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TOE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER J. 1604.
CRA1XAXD PRODUCE MARKET
Weather Has a Strengthening Effect on
Wheat and Corn.
'.ORN MAY NOT MATURE. toftE FROST
Ihorts Ortw rvees-Irice D
r4 Fatare Pelat Higher
Gossta the Sltaatloa
Flaaarlal Seers.
OMAHA. Sept 1, 1904.
Grain markets arc nervous, but strong.
, They arc likely to be euhject to fr-quent
reactions sni nervous fluctuation until
such time r accurate Information la at
hand retarding (he crops o( the year.
Corn. nl the present time la promising, but
for the present cloudy, damp weather,
which keep It gren, and feara are ex
pressed that It may not harden aoon enough
to get away from the froat. The weather
lmi la a series of X a. meaning cloudy or
rainy weather, and thla lino Interfere
with threshing and adda further damege to
wheat in shock or ruck. It la the matter
of dareagft that creates nervousress. High
price, admittedly ao. Induce natural bear
10 ihi weir ravonte ame 01 in l'lersei,
but once a flood of acara news cornea in
they ruah to cover, causing frequent nnd;
erratic rallies, after which the market
without the sustaining effect of the ahorta
purchases, ehowa reactionary tendency.
While these conditions prevail the i-ntlre
altuatlon Is tinged with strength and prom
ise of ultimate advances. Crop conditions
aeem to warrant mis. ana tne situation at
home and abroad confirms damage and
short crop stories. The deliveries In the
chief speculative centers en September coii
tracta thla morning were Ineonatderable.
and It Is not at all Impossible that theta
may aim ne a nurry in mi montn oenv
ery. Omaha futurea are adlv neglected.
Speculators naturally seek a rather broader
market, where action Is alwaya poaeihl.
but aa a east) market, if the railroads will
only treat Omaha with a decent amount of
consideration, thla promises excellently. A
car of good No. 2 wheat sold here today at
11.08 a very fai price for Omaha.
In Chicago the bulk of the speculation
waa In Decem'e- and May deliveries. Im
mediately after a firm opening there was a
alight recession, and then a turn for higher
figures reaching a point on both the wheat
futurea mentioned of to $1,094 for Decem
ber and $1,114 tor May.
v Corn gained 14e for Hep em her and a
point on each of the deferred deliverle.
The dealing in corn were quits large and
the sentiment decidedly strong, for rea
sons mentioned above. ,
Omaha Grain Inspections In: Terf care
"No. I hard wheat, S cars No. 4 hard wheat,
I cara No. 1 corn, 15 cars 'No. 3 corn, 1 car
No. 4 com, 1 car No. 2 yellow corn, 1 car
Mo. S white corn, 6 cars No. 1 white oats,
1 car No. 4 white oats, 1 car No. a rye;
total, 40 cars. Out: One car No. t hard
wheot. 5 cara No. S corn, 1 car No. t rye;
total. 7 cara.
Omaha, Cash Sales: One car No. t yellow
corn. 49c, I cars No. J yellow corn, otic; 1
Vnr No. 8 white corn. 49c: 1 car No. J wheat,
lbs.. $1.03: II enrs No. I white oata. Sic.
Caali Grain Market.
Omaha. ' Chleagc
1.04 .
No. 1 hard wh-t..
No. I had wheat .... 9SS1.0
No. 4 hard wheat 80 9i
No. I red wheat
No. 3 red whe:it
No. 1 spring wheat
No. 3 apMrg wheal.. 1.02
No. 2 corr. . 49 -
No. 3 corn 44
No. 4 corn 47i
No. 2 yellow corn.... BO
No. 8 yelloie corn.... 494
No. 2 white corn.,... . 49
No. 8 white corn 49
No grade corn 46
No. 3 oata - ,
No. I oata 29
No.. 4 oats. li
No. 2 white oats.... 81
No. t white oats.,.. 90
No. 4 white oata.... 29
Standard oata 11
i!6"ei!ifH
1.05 61.09
1.08 431.14
LOT ,
M4fl 63
644
63 I
64 I
63i
MVS
M'i
55
Mi
53
82
SIS
54i
544
tO i&
314
834 4
a ss4
34 7
Omaha Kt7er.
'.(-.... i . Close
Open High. Low. Close. Wed.
Wheat
f Sept......
Dec....,4
Corn--
- Sept......
: . Dec
May
1.00B l.OOB 1.00B 1.003
, MB 99B 90B 98B
4SB 48VB 4HB 4RVB 464 B
46 H 45 B 45 B 46 B 46 B
54 B 404B 11 t010
Nartkwestern Receipts.
Wheat Corn. Oata.
Chicago
Tltnneaporia
Duluth
Kansaa City
9t. Louia....
m . THA iw
230..,, .;;
12 -
183 ' eo 11
153 " 64 67
12 30 7
Omaha
Grata Markets Elsewhere.
- Closing prices of grain today and Thurs
day at the marketa named were aa follows:
CHICAGO. ' T
Wheat
v September
. .December
May
.Corn
, September
December
May
Outs
. September
i December
May ,
Wheat
. a September
December .
Corn
September
Today. Wad'day.
J-06Ti
1.08U
1.U4
884
61(4
4
814
334
36
8T. iXUia
1.08
1.10H
51
48
Decern dot .
Wheatr-
KANSAS CITT.
September .
December , .
Corn
Septontber .
. December ,.
Wheat-
September .
......... . 96T4
r4
47
5H
48
45
NEW YORK.
lis
113H
MINNEAPOLIS.
112
. 1.12 .
1U
. uecemoer .
Wheat
i September
December .
1.114
1.10
DULUTH.
Wheat.
September
December
1.164
l.ii
i.n
l.lOTi
Cvanaaerelal 6nasl,
Broomhall save: "Our Argentine agent
estimates the wheat shipments this week
will be about 1,800,00 bu and corn Hbout 3,
800. UuO bu."
Fitmary Receipts: Wheat, 767,000 bu; lost
week. 67a,Q6v bu; last year, 620 000 bu. Corn,
!.'.() bu; last week, 404,000 bu; last year,
4S2.000 bu. Shipments: Wheat, 46S,00 Lu;
m ear ago, 292,ttuo. Corr., 617,000 bu; a year
ago. Soo.ouo bu.
Minn says: "Our advices are that theae
rains keep corn growing Just as It did last
year, and it gets no eiutnce to ripen until
Croat ' strikes it. If we don't have dry
weather very soon, am very much afraid
frust will hit it betore it gets ripe. While
the weather 'la warmer touay through the
vorn bel'.. the complaint Is general that tha
continued raina keep corn green and grow
Ins, aud that it la no: maturing, and that
dry, warm weather ia absolutely necraaary
If it la to escapa frost damage. Cooler
weather, with raina. Is predicted for tomor
row throughout the corn section, which will
further delay the maturing of the crop'
Northwestern Miller (Minneapolis) says:
"There waa an Increase In the ovtput of
Minneapolis mills of UM barrels laat week.
Tha quantity turned out waa 181,915 barrela,
against 248.516 in 1903 and 3u5,0j In 1908. Al
tnough millers did not sell aa much flour
aa tncy made, still there were evidencea
In sight that business Is likely to be a little
better in tne near luiure tnun u nu oeen
for a considerable time. Aa for the export
trade. uIm of oaten t are uractlttally noth
ing. Inquiries at home, however, are more
numerous jusi now man iney nave ueen
Tor many weeks, showing that the Hour Is
seeded, If only tne prices were nearer what
iome millers are selling their product at."
Fiaaaclal Oeaalp. ;
- Frisco paid off tne last of Its notes.
Excessive speculation In wheat subsid
ing. American stocks In London steady about
parity.
Soma improvement reported la soft coal
trade.
Wabash earnings equal ta per cent
en debentures.
New York banks lost to sut-treasury
since Friday. tia.OuO,
yndlcata puts up 838.000,008 for Chicago
City Railway stock to consolidate all sur
luce Unes in Chluago.
Structura! steel manufacturers do not
contemplate any reduction In price. Manu
facturers resolve to maintain ateel price
generally. i
Mllwaakue Gralat Market.
MILWAI'KKE, Sept. 1. "-WHEAT Mar
ket lo higher; No. 1 northern, 81. 1601 IT;
No. I northern. 81. 0101 .14; Deceanber, 11.08.
rtYK-FIrm: No. t. 11.76.
RA RLE Y Firm j No. 8. 68c; samples. 88
CQRN-Market o higher; No. t t5fi4o.
Dalatsi Qrala Markat.
Dl'LVTH. Sept. l.-WHKAT-OIt. o ae. I
... 1.104
... 6374
... " 6H
... 82Vi
... 83
... 364
. 1.W4
. 1.114
. C14
494
No. 1 northern, $14; Net. I'tiarth-I CtTRN Srt arm- Aee4en rrl-et. l,
$1,164: on track: No. 1 northern. $1 tOj I Kuttirea, aleady; September, 4a 7J; De
. to arrive: No. I northern, Sl.17; No. Icombar. 4a Jd.
ern,
tew,
I northern. fl lS"t: Septemher, $1,164; De
cember, (i iot,: May, n nt.
OATS On track and to arrive. tZc.
Chicago rai Ann raovitioss
feat area of tk Treatag aa Closla
Friers Boar ef Trad.
CHICAGO, Sept. 1 Additional ralna In
the Red river vailey and. firmness of foreign
fraln marketa caueed strength In wheat
ere today. At the close December wheat
ho wed a gain of c Corn was tip c.
Oata were o higher and pro vl alone from
to to 17Vt up.
The opening In wheat was somewhat un
settled, December being down 46e to
44c higher at 11 08 1.08V No news of
a positive character waa at hand and as
a result traders were somewhat at sea.
During the tmrly cart of the session the
market wsa erratic, small trades affecting
prices quite material!, in spite or nrm
cables, there was considerable disposition
among pit traders to tska Droflts with the
result that during the first hour sentiment
favored the bears. A firmer feeling de
vel ped toward noon and for the remainder
of he session the market held at a fair
advance. Housea with north weat ct-nneC'
tloma were liberal purchasers, thua snvlrg
more lorce to the bullish advices rrom mai
section. The high point of the day on De
cember waa -reached Juat before the ciose,
when the price touched 81.09H- The close
wss strong, with December at ll.CWn V
Clearances of wheat and flotir were equal
to 68.400 bu. Primary receipts were 7ff?.)0
du., against tim,9on bu. a year ago. Min
neapolis. Duluth and Chicago reported re
ceipts of 322 cars, compared with 241 laat
week and 111 a year ago.
A strong tone prevailed" In corn through
out the entire aesslon. Deliveries on Sep
tember contracta were light and aome ac
tivity was imparted to Duns py inai iaci.
In addition, forelrn markets were strong,
Austria-Hungary was aald to be again a
buyer of Argentine cargoea, and Rou
manla was reported to have taken off tha
Import duty on forage crops. December
opened unchanged to He higher at 61V
tle, sold between 51So and A2T4,e and
closed at 624c. Local receipts were 624
cara, with 108 of contract grade.
Small recelnta. an imDorted export de
mind and strength In other grains caused
a Arm tone In oats. December opened a
shsde to He higher at sywc, ranged Be
tween XVifSSWc and 83V33, c and closed
at H1c. Local recelcta were 180 cara.
Small September deliveries accounted for
a moderate demand tnrotignout tne pro
visions list. Strength of grains also had
aome Influence. At the cloae October pork
waa up 16 174c at 811.80. Lard made a
galrv-of Klkc closing at 87.12H- Ribs were
up oc at .uk-
Estlmated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
04 cars; corn, 864 cara; oats, 223 cars; hogs.
14, "i head.
The Board of Trade will be closed Mon
day, September f, Labor day.
The leading futures range aa follows:
Articles.) Open. I Hlgh. Low. Close. Yes y
Wheat
a Sept.
b Sept.
1 08V 1 09V
1 084!
1 09
108S
1 064
1 08
1 104
1 06a Hi 1 07V,
1 u
l tie
1 06
1 4
Dec.
May
Corn
Sept.
, Deo.
May
l owti i uw
1 101 1 11
1 104
i ny
I
54t 63 i B3'4
i51,il
62i .61 62 W
6
60S494li
49
Oata
I
Sept.
Deo.
May
Poi k
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
Lard
Sept.
Oct.
Jan.
Rlba
Bept.
Oct.
Jan.
31'A
S2l 81V
824
33H
31V
834
35H4
343&4&
11 10
11 35
11 3a
13 76
700
7 15
11 074.1
11 15
11 30
10 974
11 15
12 424
11 124
U2VI
6 874
7 024!
11
12 24i
18 734
,1
I
874i 8 9741 6 87
7 0241 7 l?i
7 V
7 W74
,7 22V4
I VIM! I 4N
7 074
7 17V4I
7 274 7 174 7 25
7 4o 7 85 7 25
70 I 6 62Vil 674
7 174
7 874
7
624
BU
'No. Ir a old. b new.
Cueh n notations were aa follows
FLOCK Was quiet and steady; winter
patents. t6.0062O; straights, 8404.90;
spring patents. 85.0O5.60; straights, I4.30
6.10; bokera, t3.10$f3.
WH EAT No. 2 Bering. S1.1CK1.14; No. 3,
Sl.02tfl.l0; No. 1 red. Sl-9o4iTH.Cv
CUrtN imo. z, mc; in o. i yeuow. ojthuw;.
, OATS No. 2. 324c; No. S whke, 84c; No. 3
white. 32434c- ' -
KIB-NO, Z, 714C- . ,
BARLEY Good feeding. 373S4c; fair to
chnlre mnltlna. 43S.62c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax. S1.184; No. 1 north
western, Sl.25; clover, contract grade,
J12.50.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl., Sll-30
4J11.35. Lard, per 106 lbs., 86.9747 00. Short
ribs sides (loosei, 87.2597.374; short clear
sides (boxed). 88.25.60.
Articles. Receipts. Shipments.
Flour,. bbls....,A;-,X.... 18.900 ; 20.800
Wheat, bu.... 170,000 30.900
Corn, bu 412.700 30.500
Oats, bu .-. 253.800 173.100
Rye, bu. 9.000
Barley, bu 49.200 - 8.700
On the produce Exchange today tha butter
market waa firm; creamery, 14tfl9c; dairy,
124&16c. Egga ateady at mark, caaes In
cluded, 1444fl6c. Cheese steady, 8&9c.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
"
(emotetlaas' ef tha Day oa Varlaaa
Commodllles.
NEW YORK. Sept. l.-FLOtR-Recelpts.
19.146 bbls. ; exports, 23.648 bbls.; sales. 2.4(0
bbla. Market ateady but dull; Minne
sota patents, So.9o64.S6; winter patents, 85.20
t6.60v winter strslghta, 34.906.20; winter
extras, 13.464. 00; winter low grades, V2.26
473.80. Rye flour, market firm; fair to
good, S4.26&4.S0; choice to fancy, 34.55fr4.80.
CORNMEAL Market firm; yellow
weatern, 311001.13; city, 1.14,(ffl.l6; kiln
dried. S3.3S.30.
BARLEY Market steady; feeding. 47c,
c. I. f-. New York.
RYE Nominal.
WHEAT Receipts, 28.7(0 bu. Spot, firm;
No. S red. Sl.11. f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 north
ern. Duluth. 81-26. f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
hard. Manitoba, nominal, f. o. b. afloat.
Options opened steady and soon advanced
on further bullish news on spring wheat
conditions, together with small southwest
receipts and t. scare among ahorta. The
ciose was 12le net higher; May, 81.1240
1.134. closed S1134 September. S1124'
1.134. closed Sljs; December, S1.13tfl.l2.
clored S1124. ' ' ' i ' . .
CORN Receipts, O-'.zD du. spot maraei
firm; No. 2. 69c, elevator, and &c, r. o. D.
afloat; yellow. 61c; No. S white. 60c. Op
tion market firm all day, but very quiet
here . rloeine- 4ka&c net nigoer; aenivmoer.
ESOftKc. closed 69c; December. 66i684c,
niTa ncelnta 67.700 bu.: eXDorts. 7.938
bu. Spot market dull; mixed, 26 to 33 lbs.,
4tf3c: natural white,. 30 to 32 lbs.. 874t,
8t4; clipped white, 36 to 40 ina., 40nua.
Options, nominal; September cioeed llc;
Uecemoer, (ic.
we.n Irreaular: spring bran. 320.00:
September shipment; middling, $22.25.
HAY Market quiet; shipping, 674c; good
to choice, S6a
HOPS Market steady: state, common to
choice, isoa, 2736e; old. 713c; Pacific coast.
1S0J. 24?mc: old. 713c. I
HIDES Market ateady; Oalveaton, 20 to
It lbs.. 17c; California. 21 to 26 lbs., 19c;
Texas dry. 24 to 80 lbs.. 14c.
LEATHER Market steady; add, 292Ge.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family, $10.50
(rll. 50: mesa, $ 5o4i9.00; beef hams, $22.00;
packers, $9.5'al0.50; city extra mesa.
$14.00 16.09. Cut meats, quiet: pickled bel
lies, 89.00tfll.00; pickled shoulders, $6.6m(r7.00;
pickled liama, $10(X810.50. Lard, firm;
weatern steamed. $7.66; refined, firm; con
tinent. $7.65; South Amerloan, $8.26; com
pound, 85874tf0Q. Pork, Irregular: family,
$15 .'X15 60; ahort clear. $13 6oei5 ; meaa.
$12. 7b!S 13.26.
TAL1X1W Market, dull; elty, (St per
pkg ). 4c; country (pkga free). 44c
RICE Market quiet; domestic, fair to
extra, Vm'q&c; Japan, nominal.
PEANUTS Market dull: fancy band
picked, 64c; other domer-tle, S0y64e.
BUTTER Firm; state, dairy, common to
extra, lg18c; renovated, common to extra,
lx?164c; Imitation creamery, common to
choice, wniijc
CHEESE Steady; state, full eir-atn.
small colored, poor to fancy. eVqS'ic; large
white, fancy, fair to fancy. 74u8V4c.
KGOS Steady to firm; western fancy e
leod. 21c; western average best,' 1941T20O
' POULTRY Alive, steady: western chlck
enr 14cr fowla, 13c: turkeys. 13c; dressed.
Irregular! weatern ehlckena, 14tf 164c; fowls,
134vl4c; turkeys, ll&lbe. .
Kaaaaa City Grata mm Pravletoaa.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 1. WHEAT
Higher; September, M?4c; December. 964c;
May. fiocS: caah. No. S hard. Sl.OOtfllll;
No. S. 9649c; No. 4. 94c; No. S red, fi.l
1.08: No. . $1.024T1 04.
CORN Higher; September. 48c; Decem
ber. 4&c; May, 45Vc; cash. No. 3 mixed.
oc; No. i 494c: No. S white. 494c; No.- 3,
49c.
OATS Steady; No. white, 83433Hc; NOs
t mixed. 4)!4c.
HAY Firm: choice timothy, $8.50; choice
prairie. 87.3pr75o.
K Nominal at 76c.
EOOS Firm; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. 3. whltewood caeee Included, lS4c; caaa
count. )Uc; cHt returned. Uc leas. . -
BUTTER Creamery, 1440164c; dairy.
Recelnts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 1. rajo
Corn. bu.... 4(mo 30.oa
Oata. bu 17.000 6400
Llveraaal Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 1 WHEAT SpM.
nominal: futiires. quirt; September, 7s Jd;
(trrfniiwr, jn-n.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Tone of Market rirm, but Operations Are
Larjalj Profettionl.
aaawaaaagawaa f
TRADING IRREGULAR AND LARGE IN VOLUME
(I Preferred aa4 Raaaaer at
tka Leadlas Western Rail,
way tkarea Arm
Higher. .
NEW YORK. Sept l.-WMle the ton of
today's stock market wss firm In the main
wan distinct Improvement In a number of
Issues, operationa were again largely for
professional account and in moderate vol
ume. Trading waa characterised by soma
Indecision and contrary movements, Read
ing, for several day a market leader, be
ing subjected to pressure.
ihe governing factor was the crop sit
uation, concerning which a great deal of
news, mostly unofficial and of doubtful
value cams to hand. Dispatches from the
west Indicated favorable conditions for ma
turing corn and it la believed that much
of that commodity la now aecure from se
vere Injury. Oenerai crop advices from
the Canadian northweat were of the same
tenure. Yet report a of froat were effective
In advancing both wheat ond corn here.
Unauthorised statements that tha prevail
ing prices for steel beams and platea would
be maintained, coupled with other trade
reporta of a favorable character helped to
give renewed strength to the ateel atocks.
L'nlted Statea Steel preferred regletered an
other aubstantlal advance, although the
stork waa sold here by London. Michigan
Central also took profits In some of the
ether Internationals. Opening with an Ir
regular tendency, the local market soon
made recovery under the lead of St. Paul.
The amart advance In thla stock waa aided
by reporta of the company's agents tell
ing of the rapid progress that Is being
msde In the harvesting of cropa. Other
features of strength were Union Pacific,
Southern Pacific, Southern Railway, St.
Lcula Southwestern preferred and the
Rock Island Issues. There waa a renewal
ot the previous day's operationa in Con
solidated Tobacco bonds, but the buying
waa again atrongly anggcatlve of manipu
lation. St. Paul declined on the publication of
the July rrport, showing a heavy decrease
In net earnings, and the balance of the
active list manifested a reactionary tend
ency. In the late trading there waa a
further buying of Steel preferred.' Rock
Island common and Erie. Steel preferred
cioeed a fraction below the top price of
the day. but the balance of the actlva list
made more material concessions.
Develocments in the money market were
unimportant. A number of railroad reports
were loaned, chief among these being that
of Cincinnati, Chicago A St. Louis road
for the year -ending June 80 showing a
loss in nefc earnings of over $381,000. St.
Louie Southwestern reported a net Increase
for July of about 141,000 nnd- ror tne aame
month Louisville and Nashville reported
an increase of $21,500. In the government
bonds, old 4a registered declined 4 per
cent and the coupons per cent on call.
Railroad bonds were strong. Total salee
par value aggregated $8,645,000. a marked
increeae over recent dealing.
The quotations on .he New York Stock
exchange ranged aa followa:
Ofliea.nign.iKj w.vioo.
Atchison
8.700
100
4J0
814 80
do Dfd
W4 S
874 864
944
87
93
Baltimore A Ohio...
do pfd
Canadian Pacltic ..
Central of N. J
Chesapeake & O
Chicago & Alton ...
1,500 1244 1241 1244
16l
3,700 384 884
1,100 414 414
.B'a
414
U
164
174
15.4
183
,6
13
784
14
49
214
1634
270
25
7S4
284
P5
41
82
S94
13.4
22
42
234
do pfd
Chicago Great West. 1.400 164 164
Chicago & N. W.... 600 187 187
Chicago, Mil A. SL P.20.9U0 156 154
1 pro
Chi. T. A T 200 H
do Dfd 1.000 13 mt
C, C. C. ft St. L.... 200 78 78
Colorado Southern... 600 18 18
do 1st pfd
do d Dfd 300 214 2174
Delaware, & Hudson. 2,000 164 163
Del. L. & w...,
D. 4k R. O,
400
300
48.800
, 4.4110
. 3.700
247
764
294
64
414
84
89
244
76 4
644
404
81 4
do Dfd
Erie ,.
do 1st pfd
do 3d pfd
Hocking Val'ey ....
400
200
do Dfd
SS4
Illinois Central .....
1.500 1374 137
Iowa Central
SO0 224-22
300 424 424
do Dfd
K. C. Southern ......
do pfd
1.800 4W4..454
44
Louisville Nash..,
1.300 1214 1204 1H4
Manhattan U
Met. Securities
400 15 1644 loM
16.300 8 874 874
16,700 120 .1184 1H4
Met. St. Ry ....
Minn. A St. Louis...,
M.. S. P. & S. Ste. M.
ZU0 64 W 65
6(W 734 "24
is-
129
9.'
22
47
4
1224
do Did
Missouri Pacific
M., K. 4 T
do pfd
N. R. R. of M. pfd..
N. Y. Central
Norfolk & Western..
6,300
9.500
1,100
22$
47 '
87
964
214
464
its'
400
1,100 123 122
2.400 6i4 674
do pfd
Ontario A Western.
900 814 81
814
Pennsylvania .1,J0 1254 124 12Mk
P.. C. C. & St. L.
68
Reading
.19.300 624 614
614
844
734
27
64
69
4
424
6H4
.294
9
8-4
284
46
9S4
93
1H
39
17
13
r6
21
18
230
68
184
784
84
do 1st pid
do 2d Dfd
. 300
.67.300
744
74
694
l4
3i4
434
674
294
96
31
f7
99
894
434
74
254,
64
f84
19
404
664
284
914
3i4
28
48 '
974
i4
38
jj"
Rock Island Co..
do pfd
8.900
St. L. A 8. F. 2d pfd. 8.800
St. U 8. W 3.000
do Dfd 2.000
Southern. Pacific 22.700
Southern Railway ...2o.I0
do Dfd 1.000
Texas & Pacific 4.600
T.. St. L. A W 300
do Dfd 500
Union Pacific 19,600
do pfd
Wabash 6 0
do Dfd l 1.200
Whaling 4 L . E
Wisconsin central... RflO
do Dfd 6.100
Mexican Central .... 1.900. 12'
Adama E tor ess Co .-.
American Kxpresa Co
u. B. Kxpress to
Wella-Farao Ex. Co,
Amal. Copper .16,80)
674
19
794
824
664
184
794
324
Amer. C.
& F.
600
loo
100
do pfd
Amer. Cotton Oil...
do pfd
American Ice
do pfd
Amer. Linseed OH...
do pfd
Amer. Locomotive .
do pfd
Amer 8. R.
do Dfd1
i. l
64
264 264 S6 4
124
100
90
204
894
64 84
104 l'H
1314 131
80 774
644 6'4
?64 364
1964 196
1.100 21
7W l'rr
Amer Sugar Ret..... 8.000 131
Anaconda Mil; Co.. l'O 80
Brooklyn Rao. T....15.S" 65'
Colorado F. A 1...
Consolidated Gas .
600 864
1.000 194
Corn Producta 200 13
i3 13
do pfd 70
Dlatllfera' Securities. tXiO 264
General Electric 600 168
International Paper . 600 14
do pfd 1.10ft 75
International Pump . ft) 29
do pfd
National Lead 300 34
North American
Pacifle Mail
69
26
16
H4
74
28
264
165
H
284
71
23
234
'4
f8
People's G. ........ ISO!) 10?4 101U 'lrj
Pressed Steel Car .. 2X 374 324 324
an piu iw tifa
77
rut man raiart tar
Republic Steel 1,900 7'
118
4!
w4
48
74
'6
. f4
14
84
1A9
do pfd l.l'o 44
Rubber Ooods ...
do ofd
100
Tenneeaee C. A 1 1,"0 4M4
ll-O
100
444
4
864
64
184
U. 8. Leather rO 74
do pfd 100 884
T. S. Realty 0 hfi
V. 8. Rubber '. 600 19i
do pfd
IT. 8. ft reel 1 4v 14
do pfd 10,300 83
Westtnehoiiae Elec.i ....
12T4.
7A
Wwtern Tinlon 1.400
SOW SO
90
Total sale tor tha day, 671.I0O share.
Ex-lnt. . x
Loadaai Stark Market.
tX)NDON. Pept. 1. Closing:
Conaola, sonay....M 8-14 Naw York Central.
.18
do aoeoont
... aa wortolt t W
... I so pfd
Anaconda
Alchltoa
do pfd
Baltlmora A 0.
Can. Paclna...,'
Chaa. A Ohio ..
Chicago O. W..
e f M. A ft. P.
DeBeera
1anyor A R. O
do pfd
... 824 Ontario A W.
...l&Ht FennayWanta
n
t.f... 81
44
104
... aa aaae Hlaaa
...1'H Baadlog
... I do let pfd
... 15 da 84 pfd.
...1U go. RJlwy
... 14 do pld ,
... ti So. Paoinc
... 1 I'aloa Parlaa ,
... r4 do pfd
... 44 V- 8. Stoat
... 414 a (...,
,,.14u4 Wabaaa
...U.' da pM
... Ii gpaalak 4s
1
:
. n
.100,
. 84
. 4
30
..at 1
Erie
So 1 pro
da M pld
Illloola CHrl.
Lsula A Naak..,
M.. K. T
$7
SILVER Bar, aleady, S(-16d per ounce.
MON E Y 84 lr cent.
The rale of discount In the Open market
for short bills la 344X2 8-1 per cent. The
rat of discount In the open market for
three-montii btlla la 213-13:4 per cent.
foreign Flaaarlal,
LONTXIN. Sept 1. Rate for money were
easier In the market todiy. Over $17.600.0u0
In Interest and dividends waa distributed.
I'iaoouiXa eased ' sllgiillv. Tiadln ou the
81. M k exchange waa quiet and prices were
Irrogular Consols were firm, being helped
by yeaterday'a influx ef gold Ui U. Lank
of England. Home rails war dull on' ad
verse, traffic returns. Americana opened
weaker, rallied to about parity and closed
firm. Grand Trunks weakened on the rail
road aceident at Quebec, Japans were
easier, pending the result of the battles at
Llao Tang and Port Arthur. Imperial
Japaneeee government 8a of 1904 were
quoted at ,.
BERLIN, Sept. 1. Trading on tha Bourse
today waa comparatively quiet.
PARI8. Sept. 1. Prices on the Bourse to
day opened unsettled and heavy owing to
tha situation at Llao Yang.
Mew York Money Market.
NEW YORK, Sept. I-Money on call
easy, 4?1 per cent; closing bid and offered
4. Time (oana ateady; sixty days. S per
cent: ninety days, 84; six months, $4-
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPKR-3494
per cent
8TERLINO EXCHANGE Heavy, with
actual bualness In bankers' bills at $4 8735ft
4.8740 for demsnd and at $4 4tf4.S470 for 60
day bills; posted ratea, $4 85 and $4,884:
commercial bills, $4 844.
SILVER Bar, 674c; Mexican dollar.
464c.
RONDS Government, ' easy; railroad,
strong.
The following are the closing quotation
en etocaa.ana Donas:
C. . nf. 8s, rag. .. 1M4 Maahattaa . . 4s
se eeupaa lvMi. Cantral 4s....,
4a U. ri lot s 1 Inc ,
coupon A St. U 4s...,
ao in 4a, rg 1S1,M., K. T. 4a....
1044
41
144
1044
sew 4i coiiDoa..lll
de U
nm 01a s reg ins
So eeupea IT
K. R. R. ot at. c. 4a. 14
rt. T. c t"- ms.. i'"
N. J. C. . 1S4
Atrklma sa. 4. ...M4
So adl 4a ts 'No. PaclBo 4a 10
Atiantte C. L. 4a.... 14 do la 14
B. A O. 4a 101 N. A W. eon 4a 10)4
de 14a WH O. 8. k. 4a A Bar. 4
Central of Oa. 4a.... 11 1 H Pann. eon. IH i
do tat Ise MVItasdlna m 4e..-....l
Com. A Ohio 1M4 it. LAI. M. e. (a. 1114
Chicago A A. IHi ... 7 Ft. U A . T. fs, 4a. M't
C. B. A O. now 4s.. 7 8t L. I W. la 74
C, M. A St. r. s- 41.1104 Seaboard A. L. 4s.... 414
C. A N. W. e. 1a....llH so. PacISc 4a M
C, R. I. A P., 4a... 74 So. Railway K 11T
do col. t ' Ti A FaclAe la. ...114
CCC. A St. L. f. 4a.. IO14 T., 8t. L. A W. 4a. -1
Chicago Tar. 4a H t'nlon pacine !
Con. Tobacco 4a 71' do conr. 4t 104
Colo. A Bo. 4a 14 I'. 8. Stool Id ta.... f
DonTor A R. O. 4a.. .101 IWabaib la U
Brio prior lien 4a M I do deb. B 4
do (as. 4a M4iW. A L B. 4a 1
r. W. D. C. la.. .1054 Wis. Central 4a W
Hocking Val. 4m....l IColo. Fuel con (a... T34
LAN. anl.- 4a 10044
Ex-lnt.
Bostoa Stock Market.
BOSTON. Sept. l. -Call loans. 234 ' per
cent; time Imna, Sig44 per cent. Official
closing or siccus and oonua:
Atrhlaoa adj. 4a ft
Weatlng. Com..
Adventure
Allouea
Amalgamated ..
Americaa line .
Atlantic
.... 71
.... 14
.... 114
.... 54
.... 11
.... H4
r.o w ioih
'Hex. Central 4s..
. 41
Atchlaon
do ofd
. N
'Boston A Albany..
"Boston ft Maine .
16Z
Bingham
....144
Boat on Elarated ...
rttchburg pfd
Mei. Central
N. T., . NH. A H.
Pera Marquette ....
.152 Cal. A Hecla...
.184 Centennial
. 114 Copner range ..
.11 'Dalr W'eat
. 74 nom!nloa Coal
.... t
.... 57
.... 144
.... 67
I'nlon ParlBc
. rranauo .......
.... 84
.... J4
Amer. Arga. Cbem... 134 Orancy
do Dfd
74k Ile Roral
.... lt
Amer. Pnu. Tuba.
Amer. Sugar
do pfd
Amor. T. AT
Amor. Woolen ....
do pfd
Dominion I. A 8..
P.dlion P.lee. 111..
Gen. Electric
Maaat Rlertrle ....
do pfd
Maaa. Oaa
l'nlted Prait
. 4 Maw. Mining .
.KlS MIchlgio
.153 VMotik
.17 I Mont. C. A C.
. 13 Dkl Dominion .
. D4 Oarenla
. 11W Parrot
.HO IQulnry
.144' Shannon, ex-4.,
. UK.Taaiarack
. 41 Trinity ,
. 414 V. 8. Mining ..
.... 84
.... (4
.... 49
.... 44
.... 4
.... 714
.... 24
.... 84
... 44
....110
.... 74
.... 1
1WI V. S. Oil
.... 111
United Shoo Mack.... lovrtah
.... 41
do pfd Jo1' Victoria
V. 8. Stool 11 I Winona .
do pfd.....' f2HWolTrtne
Bid. Asked.
... 84
.... -4
.... nu
Hew York Klnlaar Stacks,
NEW YORK. Sept. l.-The following are
I no closing prices on mining stocks
Adams Con ii jUttla Chief
Alice lb Ontario
Breoco 17 lOphlr
Bmnowlck Con 1 Phoenix ..........
Comatock Tunnel .... 10 Potoal
Con. Cal. A Va......ins ISaTaga
Horn Bllrer 15J sierra Nevada ...
Iron Sllrer 150 flma!l Hope
LoadTllle Con 1 - Standard
. I
.8U
.i40
. II
. 14
. 80
. 40
. 2ft
.155
Weekly Statement Bnak of England.
LONDON, Sept. 1. The weekly statement
of the Bank of England show the fal
lowing chance:
Total reserve decreased 141.000; circula
tion increased, 37&.oio; bullion Increased,
V34,Z32; other securities increased, a.2.196.
000: other denoslts. Increased. 2.380.0IX):
public deposits decreased. o24,0uu; notes
reserve aecreasea. out), government se
...(. I A- .... . I
The proportion of the oank's reserve to
naniiiiy tnis ween is w.iu per. .cent.. Jast
week It was 66.66 per cent.
Coadltlon ot tsc VTreaaury.
WA8HINOTON. Spt.H. Today state
ment of the treasury balances in the gen
eral fund, exclusive or tne $150,000,000 gold
reserve In the division, or redemption,
shows: Available csab balance, $147,975,304;
gOia, !9,D12,ZVt.
Wool Market.
BOSTON. Sept. 1. WOOL A firm tone
mark the wool market.. Domestic wools
of all kind have sold freely and though
the volume of sale Is not heavy, some
thing of the activity of a month or more
ago ia prevalent.
A fair call for territory wools continues.
Pulled wools are quiet. Foreign grades are
nrm wltn a moderate Business under way.
Quotations -are. Territory. Idaho: F ne
18fil84c: heavy fine. lsfilSc; fine medium.
lS2l84c; medium. l&S2Gc; - low medium 12
CT"0. Wyoming: rine, injiic; neavy tine,
IS16c: fine medium, HHiglSc: medium. Wit
21c; low medium. 22(gS3c. Utah, and Ne
vada: Fine. 17fil74e; heavy fine l&S16c;
fine medium, 174n8c; medium, 2f"lc; low
medium, 22fiSc. Dakota: Fine, 175'18e; fine
medium, 1718c; medium, 2VS21c; low me
dium, 228c Montana: Fine choice. 20
21c: fine averace. 19320c: fine med.um
choice. 2021c; average, 19'Oc; staple, 22
a.6c; men urn cnoice. azwisc.
ST. LOlTIS, Sept. 1. WOOL Steady: me
dium a-rades combing and clothlnr -IVvaito
light fine. lftS20c; heavy- fine, 12 16c; tub
washed, zzgc.
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK. Sept. 1. COFFEE-Market
opened steady at a decline of S points un
der moderate liquidation in the absence of
Important demand. European markets
were well sustained, but the primary mar
keta were easier and with rrclpts liberal
prices here gradually worked off a little
and the market waa finally at a decline of
610 points. Sales were reported of 42.260
Dags, including nepiemDer at e.iotro. .00; lie.
7.2037.26c; May. 7.40i97.4ic; July. l607.6ic.
Bpot hio ateady at iu.c; invoice, 4c.
St. Lanta Grain aav Provlaloms.
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 1 -WHEAT Higher;
No. 2 red cash, elevator. $1.14)4; track.
I1.114Q1U; No. S hard, Sl.u6Bl.u4; De
cember. $1,114; May, $1.13.
CORN Higher; No. 2 cash, 614c; track.
S2Vic; Decern oer, 494c; May, 484c.
OATS Higher; No. .3 cash, 4c; track,
nic; No. 2 white, :-6c; December, 334c;
May, 3&4&36c.
KLOl'H Market steady; red winter pat
ents. $5.4C4S.tiO; extra fancy and straight,
$SJu't?"36; clear, $4.404.70.
SEED Timothy steady; offering $2.60
!.9i. .
CORNMEAL Stendy, $2.75.
BRAN Dull; sacked. eat track, 833S5c.
HAY Firm; timothy, .uO&1ZiU; prairie,
$6 00438.50. ...
IKoN COTTON TIES. S60. 4
baogino, 774C. . ;
HEMP TWINE, 7c. ; t ;
PKuVratONS Pork lower; jobbing. $11.40.
Lard higher; prime steam, $6.45. Bacon
steady; boxed extra shorts, $8,374; clear
ribs, tS.K); short clear, tf.16.
POULTRY Steady; chickens, 10c; spring,
12c; turkey, loc; geese, 6c.
BUTTER Higher; creamery. 154220c;
dairy. liiloC.
EdQS Steady, 174t, case count.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls....,, (..., lO.OVr) 9.000
Wheat, bu,,: J52,0rt) 79.000
1.000
1.000
Corn. bu. ......
66,000
82,000
Oats, bu......
68.000
80,00t
Grata. sa Pravtsloaa' at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL. Sept. 1 the following are
the atocks of breaaatuffa and provla.ona in
Liverpool: Flour, 14I.0O0 sacks; wheat. 1.416.
000 eehtals; corn. 253.000 centals; bacon, 6.000
boxes; shoulders, 1.300 boxes hama, S.tuO
boxes; " butter. 11,100 cwt. ; cheese. 70 fO)
boxes;' lard, '9 00ft tierce of pt!ne weatern
team and 1,850 tierces of other kind.
Mlaaeaaalla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Sept. 1 WHBAT-Sen-tember,
$1,124: December. $1 13; May, $1.13
01.134; No. J hard. $1,194; So. i northern,
$1 144- - . '
FLOUR F1r4 patents, $.V8.S0; second
patents. SSfttat.nS; first clears. $4,6044.80;
second clear, $i.86. . ' '
PklUAelpbla Prodaea Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Sept. 1. BUTTER
Firm, good deaiandT extra western crearn,
erv. lc. extra nearby prints, 20c.
eaOaFirm; nearbjr firsts, 36 t mark;
western firsts. 30c at mark. .
iCHEEBE-inim, fair demand; New York
full creams choice to fancy, 88w4c; fair
to good. aj34f. ' ;
Yaleao VraA Market. .
TOLEDO, Sept.. 1 8EEDS-4 'lover, caah.
$7 40; October and December, $7.59. Prim
a aike. 8-ntemher, $7 90 bid. Timothy, Sep
tember. $1,424. . , -- r
1 . i1 .
''Ierla' Market.
PEORIA. Spt. 1 CORN MlghAri N. 3.
Mc; No. 4. t3c; no grade, Ue.
IMAH1 LIVE STOCK MARKET
Ctttla Booeipts Ligkt and Trtdinj Actire,
with Prioei Staadj to Btrong.
HOGS STEADY WITH - THE CLOSE
he aadl La sabs fa Aettva Deaiaad
at tteady ta 'ftreag Prlees
traaa Botk Paekere aadl
Feeder Bayers.
BOCTH OMAHA. Spt 1, 1904.
Receipts went,; Cattle. Hoga- Sheep.
Omclal Monday 7,49 ,al9 14.a8
Official Tuesday 8.1 U UJ1 10.646
Official Vi earesiay ...... i.tn . i ,4v
omolai Thursday Lswi ,aoi 1.U4
Four day this week.,.14.n 2x.l.U 3D.791
Same day Iaslweek....l0,ti 18.37S S3.W
Same days Week before.. U.V97 j,4 lo.8it
Mame three weeks ago., t.'iti 48,-s U.xla
Same four weeka ago.... 7.M8 18.uu9 9.673
Same day laat year..,.17,7ad 38, 64.8i6
RECEIPTS tOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following UDie snows in receipts u
cattle, nogs ana sneep at aoutn umaha
(01- the year to ttata. with comparison wltn
last yegu-;
W4. 180S. Inc. Dae.
Cattle 4o,i0t vt.0 es,i
Hogs l,bw,tt 1,,IU8 4.167
Bhevp oia,i4a ajv.oM ln,w
Average price paid for hogs at South
Omaha lor the last several oa with com
parison.: Oats, I 1901 U903.;i02.l1901.jl900.llt9a.jU98.
August 16 t vl4 6 l 6M 6 -, 4 ll 4 44 I is
August lt 6 W4 ta) 6 77) 4 9 4 Ui 8 79
August l. 4 ket 6 21 ) I M 6 (W 4 I0 8 14
August 1 4 e4, 6 lo 68 4 Dai 4 4. S 46
Aukusi ls a lu, s m ii I 89 I 4 eui 3 67
August 201 6 li4l t 16 8 eUj 6 87 t 03' J a 70
Auust 1 , M, si ia a 4 4J -August
6 tli, o aii 1 tiii a,. 6 Oi, 4 S 63
August 23 S 084 8 99 6 91 4 97 4 41 3 74
AUUBl i, j v,
August Hal 6 13
6 44i " 1 b. a 4 SI
6 46l 7 10 6 061 4 40 8 73
!U I 3i 6 9S I 4 3 S 7J
6 2xi V 1.9: d il I 4 f8 1 3 7
6 33 7 26 8 00! i 02 4 40
6 Sl 7 ltf UJ, 6 t 4 4. S 7J
I 7 k 8 11 6 W I 4 40i 3 72
6 Zli 1 131 6 0. 4 27 3 J
5 Ut 7 33i 6 04 4 30 S tfl
August mi i u4
august zii e .4
Aoaust 28
August 1 ( 31
August 30 6
August all t 1.,
Sept. l... 6 13
indicates bur.day.
The official number of car of stock
brought in today by eacn road was:
n . Cattle.Hogs.8beep.Hra'.
C., M. 8t. P. Ry 1 ..
Vvabash i I . ..
Mo. t-aelrlc Ry 2
Lnion i-ac. cJjstem.. 19 10 24 2
C. at N. W. Ry 1 ..
F., E. 6t M. V. R. R.. 17 ti ...
C. t. P., M. O.... 8 4
B. A M. Ry 17 13 2 ..
C. B. dt VI. Ry 1 1 ..
C, R. J. oc f., east.. .. 8 .. ..
C, R. i. ox P., west.. .. 8
Illinois Central 1 .. .. .
Tout receipts ....65
The d.pouiun of uie day's receipts was
a follow, each buyer purchasing th num
ber of iiead Indicated;
Cattle. Hoga. bneep.
Omaha Packing Co 47 604
Bwlri and Company 2U as
cuaauhy Packing Co loo l.OJl
2.559
Armour at Co l.o.i
Vansant ec Co .liw ....
carey et Benton.....
McCreary A O. ......
W. 1. blepnen
Hill A tiuntslnger...
Huston ol Co
Hamilton A K. ......
L. Huss
Cudany Bros. A Co.
Norm P. ot p. Co...
Wolf A Murnan
Sol Degan
Lelgnton 61 Co
htaaden
Root
Haggerty
a
80
M
W
i
44
2a
soo ....
453 ....
79
S
ia)
216
63
18
Otner buyera Sua .... 1,824
Totals 1.827
6.U6 6.743
CATTLE ReceiDta of cattle we. a lia-ht
here thla mornlnv and nticea he.d ud in
good shape in spue of the tact that reporta
I mm nth., m a u at m K .1 r- a - j , K ,1 ,- . 1 , r-
aging. Chicago reported only J.ouO, but tne
n.arKet was uuii ana steady to a dime
lower.
The market here on corn fed steers waa
falrlv active thla nornln. t l.a.r an r
aa aealrable grades were concerned, and
just about steady prices were paia , for
everything; In Bignt. - A there we.e on y A
few incluued In uie receipt It wa not-long
before a clearance waa made As h gt) a
$6.d5 was paid, against a top of $a.75 yester
day, but there waa nothing on sale today
as good as th top cattle of yesterday.
Western grass biet ateera were In small
supply, the tame as Is generally the case
toward the close of the week. The demand
seemed to be in good shape and trading
ruled Quite active, with Duces steady to a
little stronger. Everything changtd hands
eariy. . .
mere were around a aoxen loads or cow
on sale, but buyers all wanted a few and
atarted out In good season, bidding a I t 1
stronger prices than they paid yesterday.
Salesmen cut loose freely and the market
soon came to a ciose. Even the common
cattle aold to better advantage, though of SHEEP and LAMBS Receipts.' 15.000
course the demand waa greatest lor tha head: market steady; good to choice weth
better grades. era, $3.50g4.C0; fair to choice mixed. $3.?
No. particular change in the market for 3.40; native lamba. $4.005.75.
bulls, veal calve and stags was noticeal le. '
Aitnougn tne na or uie wees , is cose at
hand, sdccu atora took hoid of the stock
cattle tiat arrived and bought them up In
short order at teady to strong prices. JThe
demand from the country lor the list lew
daya has been quit brisk, so that tpecula-
tors are more anxious for cattle than they
were a short time ago. Reprctentative
sales:
BEEF 5TELEKB.
At. Pr. No. 1 Av. Pr
too 4 00 10 Hit I to
1...
...
.
,...111 4 M 0 1NM t 61
,...IKI I II SSI 4 tt
...,1130 t t U 15t4 4 at
,...1M1 I 40 U. LM i U
....llal Itt
ttixuRa AND HEIFERS.
....11U 4 65
COWS.
II.-..
84...
86...
14...
9...
ft 1 Tt t 10U I 10
till
1 40
1 44
7 115 t 10
1 U. t 40
11 ,.. 84 t 4
It 1000 3 44
I tU I 50
14 lull 50
1 Ill I 50
1 644 It
1 1000 i 0
1 llt I It
106 1 tO
1014 1 10
luM I 04
I 4
1130 I It
7M t 80
1040 3 tt
101 3 14
1980 IN
Cuvb AND HEIFERS,
TM I 6
fiEIFERS.
., 14 3 It t
BULLd.
144 1 60 1
1620 1 to 1...,.
1:10 t oo ' i.....
... 116 3 N
...11M 10
...1140 I 10
... 810 J 50
CALV CO.
. I3S t 00
BTOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
1 iou t it
1 IM I tt
1 M IN
t tut I It
I i. 771 I 11
1 714 I 11
1 1000 I It
1 114 I If
t 640 I 10
M0 t 50
1
tan I 60
II
141 I tt
I6t 3 00
It
NEBRASKA.
1 cow...'... o0 2 0v 1 feeder... 760 8 20
lrow 9.0 SCO 1 feeder... 840 1.6
12 feeder.. 81$ S HO
14 feeder., bol a 15
16 feeoer.. 743 X
8 feeder.. V1J 3 00
3 feeder.. 880 3 15
28 feeders
ti cows...
1 cow....
16 cow...
1 cow....
'7 cow...
10 heifer.
. 720 S tt
;. 9a) S 45
. .0 2 40
.926 i 60
.910 1 60
loll 2 31
10 steer.. ..HIS $06
1 cow 11 JO S 10
10 cow 907 3 40
28 cow 85 2 80
S3 cows fc3 X 60
16 feeder. . lV9 S 06
15 feeder.. 7b8 t 30
16 feeder.. 671 S 16
742 2 60
1 heifer.... 700 S 00
7 lietfers...7 63 S 36
1 teei,....1040 t 75
1 cow 860 1 26
12 steer.... 898 so
7 steer.... S 06
1 cow; 1080 i 36
1 cow 980 1 60
6 feeder.. 743 S 10
6 cow 918 S 00
1 cow...
.. 830 I 00
... 948 S 26
,. 940 I 25
,. 735 1 26
.1080 2 45
10 cow..
S3 cow..
8 cow..
1 cow...
J. J. Johnson, Neb.
.915 S 00 8 feeders.. 880 $15
. 870 i 80 12 feeder.. 89 S 15
S cow..
1 cow...
10 cow..
K5 1 60 1 cow U10 S SS
W. V. Mathew Nb,
11 feeder.. 788 S 10 11 cow 984 1 SO
4 feeder.. 780 3 to
J. M. Cattle Co -Neb.
lteer... $ 2 60 40 B'eer... .1228 185
O. Loranger 8. D.
ter....273 $55 f heifer.. 950 t SO
4 steers.. ..1140 S 20 I feeder.. 933 S 10
$ feeder.. 91 $ $5
J. Mrty-Wyo.
16 cow 863 2 8 1 .eer....l240 J61"
Scow h. ti 3 steers.. ,.1W aJ
1 cow,
1 cow
.. 9u0 3
16 feeder.. Wl liAl
...1um 3 ta
8 leeders.. Mil f uu
i feeaar.. kii It4.
cow...
teer.
., A 3
910 J 60
A. O. Kindred-Neb.
a feeders.. 914 S 36 27 cows M It)
4 feeder.. 914 3 16 26 heifer.. 863 3 60
t feeder.. Ut 8 to
N. xnorwion weD.
I cow 880 8 40 9 feeders.
881 S 16
1 cow 1030 3 80
S cows lurt S 40
1 feeder... Hkl 1 kit
11 feeder.. l ill
1 eoa k4 ll
C. C. HaniDton Neh.
14 feeder.. luM $ 30 7 cowa...
9S S SO
S94 in
to 1 M
J., ueboner Neh.
14 feeder.. 668 8 10 13 ccwa...
J. K Grower Neb.
$ heifer.. 65 S 10 lrow....
S heifer., av) S 10 - I cows...
V4 1 I
S heifers.. Tit 1 10 3 feeder.. 6il $ 00
heifer.. 616 126 $ feeder . t-A 8 J
cow 768 1 si I feeder... 6J $00
W. H. CArtetwNeb.
1$ feeders.. 71 SIS 8 rows 893 16
8 heifer.. 4.1 t 26 3 cow Iu3t 8 60
Jo Maykock Wyo.
leaw loeft o 1 feeder... 830 S 70
11 cow.,... JM 10 1 bull.. ... 1.50 )
1 cow to tm f steer.. ..1U1 140
1 Steer 1040 S 00
T. H. Dom Neb,
' feeders, l(k S 76 88 feeder. .1017 S 40
huUS There was n unuaual.y light run
of -Jiogs her this morning, but at t'h.cago
there were 2".0oo, and a decline, of 6$iCo was
reported. That, of course, made local buy.
era a little bearish, but still as compared
with yesterday the market held up ialrly
?rell. About IS load were carried over
mm yesterday, which brought the actual
number on sale up to about 80 car. A
compared with yeeterday' mean close the
market today was steady to strong, but a
little lower than yesterday morning, or
yesterday's general market. Heavy weights
sold largely from $6.00 to $8.10, mixed and
medium weight from S6.10 to $6 20 an
choice lights from $6 35 to $6 30. Trading
wbb slow, as packers did not bid freely and
salesmen were holding for rather strong
pnees; stui tne nuiK ot in arrival was
old In fnlrlv aood season
At noon there were only a few load left
in nrsi nana, ana no particular cnang in
the market waa noticeable. It was mostly
th hesvy hog that were left, for which
the demand was rather limited, the same
as waa th case all day. Representative
sales;
Ha.
At. Sa.
...m ..
...807 .,
...81
rr.
1 t
0
I St
He,
At. ta. FT.
11..
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l..
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54..
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..819
I U
...848
...f'l
...1.14
...861
...144
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...K't
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(til
.. 8 It
.. Ill
.. I II
N 111
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t...
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76....
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71....
5!....
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.81 .. It
44
58
14 14 I Ot
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45 1X8 Its I OS
..rt i 1 it
..in too 1 11
..141 10 I II
..111 140 I 174
..864 10 $ 174
..141 180 t 80
..864 .. IM
. Ii4 18 I 8
.884 ..itt
..ill 10 It)
..tit 180 I 80
..816 tO $ M
..14 .. t tO
.111 .. I W
..121 180 I M
..100 140 I 80
..IM 140 I tO
.118 .. I 80
. 844 ..III
..tit ..116
..147 ltd t If
..111 40 6 86
, .ll .. t to
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80 074
0 1 074
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44 I 10
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I 14
71 114
44 Ml
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44..
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tO 80 I 10
144 ItO I 10
. jao 1 8 10
f to I 10
ri .. 110
.841 14 I 10
.IHI .. I 10
.t5 40 I 10
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.144 M I 184
44..
5..
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71..
70..
71..
Tl..
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ISO iss 1 1H
154 110 I It
48.
ttt 10 6 80
SHEEP Receipt of sheep and lamb
were rainy uoerai ror toe time or week,
but the demand was also In good shaDe.
nnd r.a a result an active and steady to
atrong market waa experienced. Buyera
wire all out in aood season, and tradinc
soon began, and It waa not long before
most of the desirable grade of killers were
moving toward the scales. Some of the
part fat kinds were neglected, but still even
thore sold to a good advantage aa they
did yesterday.
There was no decrease In the demand for
feeders, ao that although quite a few were
Included In today' arrivals, a steady to
strong ana active market was experienced,
Quotations for araaa sheen and lambs:
Good to choice yearlings, $3.7o454.00; fair to
good yearlings, 63.&0&3.76; good to choice
werncrs, j.otn)i3,7s; lair to gooq, wetners,
$3 26&3.o; good to choice ewes. $3.25433.60;
fair to good ewes, $2.753.36; good to choice
Inmbs. .oo6.60; fair to- good Iambi, $4.75dj
6.00; feeder yearlings, $3.40418.65: feeder
wethers, 83.0OHj3.35: feeder ewes, $2.0O2.5O;
feeder lambs, $3.76'4.60. Representative
Bates:
8
43 Idaho ewes 110
139 Idaho ewe , 112
9 Idaho ewes 108
31 Idaho buck lr.rabs 50
93 Idaho wether 108
28 Idaho yearlfriga 92
1 Ideho yearling 80
223 Idaho yearllnirs . 83
3 Idaho yearlings 80
17 Idaho feeder iambs. 35
60 Idaho lambs .-. . 81
279 Idaho lambr 63
157 Idaho lambs M
1 Idaho yearling 70
1R2 Idaho feeder inmbs 62
875 Idaho feeder lambs 61
31 Idaho feeder lambs 67
223 Idaho feeder lambs 63
148 Idaho 'feeder Iambs 58
380 Idaho larhha . 02
93 Idaho lambs 60
140 Idaho Inmbs . (12
60 Montana cull ewe 83
100 Idaho ewes and wethers 94
S6
S 50
S 60
S 60
S 65
S 85
S 86
S 85
8 86
4 30
4 50
5 13
6 23'
S 60
4 35
435
435
436
435
600
600
600
2 25
2 50
2 50
3 26
$ 25
2 70
5 25
3 25
S 15
S 60 '
3 60
3 60
3 60
1C4 Montana ewes."
....104
67 Idaho ewee......
.... 98
.... 88
,...103
....lot
....108
.... 90
.... 64
....107
.... 85
....106
3 Idaho ewes..
I"J"J? uder ewes..
' "s; "
I Idaho ewes ;.
4i MonUna ewes....
TldahO buck Iflmba
I Idaho ewes and wethers
51 Idho ewe and wether
' 26 Idaho ewes and wethers
CHICAGO . LIVE STOCK MARKET
Receipts Anoat an Average,' with All
; Classes of Stock Steady.
CHICAGO. Sent l.-CATTLE-Recelpts,
7.600 head; market steady; good to prime
steers, $5.40436.10; poor to medium, $3,603?
I 6 fO: atockera nnd reedera. t2 7ftift3 ?&! eowa
; nnd heifers. Jl. 3.104.50; canners, S..852.2o;
bulls. $2.fl04?4.0O; calves. 3J.6ftfi6.36; Texas fed
steers. S2.50i3.60; western steers, $2.604.00.
nous Receipts today, ao.ooo heao; mar
ket, mixed and butchers, $5.105.55; good
to choice heavy, $5,2516.50; rough heavy,
t4.w-irfi.00; light. 13.2C&'.6j; bulk of sale,
$5 2661V43.
Kansas City Live Stock Market,
. . . . . .
I ,, 1 W tiV rrfSi'ini i nt.
Sfil'SP.'A J," 'n- "5,22? A,. ?J?A
rli VfLl J
S,r52Sadne'lj '.'. l0lS6.?2:i.,r,,?I12i.d:
tockers and feeders. $2.254.(0; southern
steer. $2.6o4.0O: southern cows. 1.60g8O;
native cows, $1. 604.26; nstlve heifers, $2.50
434.75: bulls. J2.OVfl3.26: cslves, 2 504T6.60.
HOOS Receipts. 9.f00 head. Market was
steady to 5c lower; top price, $6.80; bu'k of
rales. 15. 154 S. 26; heavy. $6.1075 .20: packer.
$6,1545 80; pigs and lights. 15.00(55 81.
. SH EEP AND LAM US Receipts, 2 (V0
head. Market steady: native lambs, $4.fOfJ
$80: native wethers. $S.Vi4.00: na'lve cow.
$3,0013.76; western lambs. $4.5T$iS.76; we-tern
vearllngs. 13.6094.10: western sheen. $32&
3.70; Blockers and feeders. $2.5033.90.
St. Isoala Lire Stock Market., .
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 1. CATTLE Recelnt.
2.600 head. Including 1.400 Texans. Market
ateady; native shipping and export s ers,
!4.6v&5.75; dressed beef and butcher s'eers,
$4.eO46.60; steers tinder l lb., 3f0?6.?0:
tockers snd feeders. $2.0074.rO; cows and
heifers, $2.25fV.OO; canners. $1.254$S.:S: bu la,
2.603.00; calves, $3.?bJ7.00: Texas end In
dian steers, $2.25'8$-50; cow and heifer.
$2.0063.76.
HOOS Receipts. 6.000 head. Market wa
lower: pig and lights. 3.OC3T3.50; packer.
5 75:35.56; butcher and beat heavy, $S.&9
6.f.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 1 SfO
head. Market ateadv; native muttors, 83 6')
?4.60; lambs, $4.0nrK: euU and burke. $2.0)
63.50; stockers, $2.753 .20; Texans, $2.We4.CO.
St. Jaaepk Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. 8ept. l.CATTLF Re
ceipt. . 1.323 head. Market ateady to 10c
lower: natives. $.1.6035.75: oowa and h"lfers,
$1.25f4.85; atockera and feeder. $3.00i4.a).
HOOS Receipts. 6.576 head. Market 6tfl0o
lower: light, $5.1i(j5.J5: medium and heavy,
$6.S6. - "
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, 4.100
head. Market stronger: western wethers,
$3.05; western lamb. $5.60.
Sloaa City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Sept. l.-(8pclal Telegram.)
CATTLE Receipt, 100 head; market
steady; beeves, 88.6CMr6.26: cow, bull snd
mixed. $2.20til.2S; atockera and feeder,
$2 761$ 60; calve and yearling. $2.9t3.2&.
HOOS Receipt. 2.000 head; market
steady; selling. $5 006.16; bulk of sale.
$5.0585 10. ,.
taek la Sight.
Following are the receipts of live stock
for th six principal westeiyi cltits yester-
aay; .
Csttl: Hers. Sheep.
1.530 4.S0O 7.018
100 t,m
4.600 S.VH i.rA)
t.5X) 6.0O1 1.500
1.372 8.57J 4.1'9
1Mi 20.0W 1S.0W)
' 17,651 47,37$ 2S.8
South Omaha.,
Sioux City
Kansa City....
Rt. IOiils. .......
St. Joseph
Chicago
Total
Cotlaa Market.
NEW YORKr- Sept. 1. COTTON "pot
closed quiet; middling uplsnd. 11.60c; mid
dling gulf, 11.76c. Baler. I.ii6 balr.
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. l-COTTON-Market
for futurea waa qut; September,
10.719lO.74c; October. lC.6ifilO.06c; Novtmbcr.
10.6r,2lC.6Gc; December. H'.aB(ulO.70cj Jan"
ary, 10.72yi0.78c; February, 10.77e , b d;
March, 10 .84410.80. 8pot steadv; siles.
bales; ordinary. 84c; good o d nary,
tlo-l-ic; low middling. lfVl4c; rrKdllrg.
11 lic; good middling. 114c; middling Mr,
UV-
trr.. LOUTS. Sept. l.-COTTON-Oulct anl
unchanged: middling. 114c. Bales, nore; r
celpts. 16 bales; shipments, 611 bn!e; ttcck,
l,f4 bales. -
LlVk-RPOOL. Sep. 1 COTTON Spot In
Increased demand; prices 1 point lower;
American middling fair. 69bd; cold mid
dling, t lid; middling. .70d; low nilddli- g.
4 54.1; good ordinary, t.SJd; oidinary, (Al
Futusr opened steady, aad tioeed quiet;
American middling, g. o, o., S"p'emrwr.
S.21J; September and October. 6.6i!; Or
iotr and Novmber, 6.67d; Novemhe and
December, 1.63d; Utct lubw and January,
1814: January end febmtry. S7MiJTeSra.
sry and March. S7M; March and Apr.l,
I 7M; April and May, 6.7M; May and June,
iViSd.
MAHA
WHOLESALE)
MARKET
Caadltlea of Trad aadl Qaetatloaa a
tapl aa4 Paai Pradere.
EOO S Receipt moderate; candled stock,
LtVB POULTRY Hena, SfflOc: rooster,
Sc; turkeys, l.'c; ducks, fc; geese, Sc; spring
chickens, I244)13c. -
DUi'TKR-racking tock, Ue: choice to
fancy dairy l"il4c. Separator, 17017HC-
fittsu I18H-Trout. ni. pitaerei. sc;
Pike, 10c; perch, 7c; blueflsh. ljc: wnltefish.
10c; saimon, 14c; redsnapper. llv; looeter,
green, 3oc; lobster, boiled. 80c; bullheada.
10c; crappies, Ue: roe shad, il; buffalo, 7c;
whit baa. 11c; frog leg, per doa, 3&c.
BRAN-Per ton, $l
HAT Prices quoted by Omaha Wholeaala
Dealer' association: Choice No. 1 upland.
$700; N6. t. $460; mdlum. $8.60; coaraa,
$6 60. Rye straw. $6 60. Theae price at
ior nay or gooo color and quality.
OYSTERS New Tork count, per c.
4Sc; extra select, per can, 37c; standard,
per can, 32o.
TROPICAL FRUITS.
ORANOL-vii.cja. ia.e ite, U7C4I
Asa; raaU sise ti.uxQi.tO.
UCMOA8-cailtornia lancy, 370. 800 and
$u. tw; choice, tia.v3.15.
LIMES slorlda, per -okt crate, 14 60.
Ftvio Cailtornia, par lo-io. carton, 60c;
Imported a.nyrna, e-crown, 12c; A-crawa.
lu; i -crown, tfa .
B INANAa r-er medium sited bunch, $2.0
O'-M jumbo, $3.i64r-A.
CAt'kANt. f IN ikA PPLE IS and so. sis,
per crate, ft.Ou. . .
FRUITS.
APPLES Horn grown, per bu. batkat,
Oiutiuc; per obi., f2.u04jt.ie. . .
fklACttKS California Jlberu id Bu
quehannaa. $110; horn grown cling,
per 10-1 b. basket, 26c; Missouri, per 6-basset
crate, tl.ts; coiorado, sucvtl.it). r r ..
PLCMo Cailtornia groaa prune,, $1.50;
Trage.y, $1.6; Italian prune. $1.26; - Utah .
anu Cojoraao plums ana prunes, x4JW iv.
pliARS . alliornla Bartlvtt, per boa, $1.90
(jl.uu; Colorado Flemish beauty, tl-SO
Colorado, Utah and Oregon oarilett, tloD
U1..6: California B, Haroy, $1.66. "
CANT KLO UPC lArkanaa and Indian
Territory, per crate, 1 6o45Tl.il; genuine
Colorado Rocky Forda. per craie, M.00.
WATERMELONS Per lb. (crated, le.
CELERY Per doa, 15tf60c.
GRAPES Home grown, per $ to 10-lb.
basket. Sue.
CRAB APPLES Per tbl., $3.60; per mar
ket basket, eOc
VEGETABLES.
POTATOES-New home grown. In sack,
per bu., 45c.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $1.90t00. - '
ONIONS Horn grown, in sacks,, pec bu.,
604375c.
lOMATOES Horn grown, per market
baaket, 154J20c.
CABBAoe Home grown, per 100 lb..,SSc.
CUCUMBER-Per do., lie.
TURNIPS Home grown, per bu.. tOTjJOo.
BEETS Home grown, per bli., WCOe. ,
PARSLEY Per do., 28c.
WAX BEANS Per market basket, SOe. '
STRING BEANS Per market basket. 60c.
GREEN PEPPERS Per bushel baaket,
$1.00.
SQUASH Home grown, per dos., 60e . .
EOO PLANT-Southern. per dos., $1.60.
SWEET POTATOES Home grown, per
market basket, 60S 60c; Virginia, per bbL.
$8.2&4JS60.
MISCELLANEOUS. 1
NEW HONEY-Per 34 f ramea.$3.80. '
MAPLE SUOAR-Ohlo. per lb.. 10c.
-CHEESE Wisconsin twins; full cream,
11c; Wisconsin Young America, lie: block
Swiss, new, 15e; old. 16frl7e: ' Wisconsin
brick, 734c; Wisconsin llmberget, 13e.
HIDES No. 1 arreen. TUc: No. 1 areen.
84c; No. 1 salUd.c; No. 3 salted( Sc: No. 1
real calf. 8 to 12 IB.. c: No. 3 vetl calf.
13 to 16 lbs., 7c: dry salted. 812c; sheep
pe ts, 24&zic; horse hides, 12.75. , .
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1- soft shall, per lb..
15c; hard shell, per lb., 14c; No. 2 soft shell,
per lb.. 13c; No. 2 hard shell, per lb.. 12c;
Jiecans. Urge, per lb.. 13c; small, per lb.,
Oc; peanuta, per lb., 12c; roaatel peanuta,
per lb.. 8c; Chill walnuts, per lb.. igl34e;
large hickory ntita, per lb., 11c; almonrie,
soft shell, per lb., 15c; hard shell. 13c;
shellbarks. per bu., $2.00; black walnuts,
pe bu., $1.25.
Metal Market. ' '
NEW YORK. SeDt. l.-M ETALS Tin waa
higher again today. London cabling an ad
vance to tizt ta ior spot ana a.124 u for
futures, while spot closed at $27.20(827.40 In
the local market.. Copper wag easier In tha
London market, closing at. 67, 15 for
spot and 67 2a 6d for futures. Locally
copper wa unchanged With lake quoted
at il2.624S12.75; electrolytic at $12.5031175.
and casting at $12.37012.60. Lead wa Un
changed at 11 12a 6d in London and at $4 30
434.30 In the local market. Spelter closed
Arm at $5. 0046.254 In the local market, but
was a little dull In London, where it closed
at 22 15s. Iron closed at 61a M In Olas- '
sow and kt 42 104d In Mlddleaborough.
Locally Iron wa aulet. No. 1 foundry
northern Is ouoted at S13.76A14.26: No. 3
foundry northern, 113.25(13 75; No. I foundry
southern and No. 1 foundry southern soft,
$13.5041 13.75. Exports of copper for th .
month- according to the New Tork metal
exchange were 3. 437 tens, for ' ths . year
157.9G5 tons, against-82,886 tons for ths ssm
tim last season. - 1
BT. LOU1B. Beot. - 1- METALS Lad
steady, $4,1244.16; spelter firm, $5.00. - .
Oils a ad Stasia.
NEW TORK, Sept. I. OILS-Cottoneed,
steady; prime crude, nominal; prime yellow.
J!&;9c. Petroleum, steady; refined. New .
York. 87.85: Philadelphia and Baltimore.
$7.8fi; Philadelphia and Baltimore In bulk,
$4.90. Turpentine, quiet at 664jf64c.
ROSIN Firm; strained, common to good, 1
$1.70.
SAVANNAH. 8ept 1- OIL Turpentine,
ateady at $6.32.
ROSIN-Firm: A. B, C. $2 474; D,; $2,624:
E. 12.674: F. $2,624: O, $2.70; H. $2.80; I.
835 K $3.70; M. $4.06; N. $4.30. y &- 14 60;
OIL CITY. ' Sent. l.-OILSOedlt bal-
Lances, $1.63; certlflcalea. no bid;, shipment,
f n. kUI. . A .. Tt ATA 1.1.1. . ,U .
837 bbls.: average, 79,796 bbls. Shipments,
Lima,. 76.083 bbls.; average. 66.964 bbl.; run.
Lima, 93.076 bbl.; average. 63.248 bbls,
9arai aal Molasses. '. -
NEW -YORK, 8pt. l.-fllTOAR-PIrm;
fair refining. 3c; centrifugal, 96 teat,
4 6-lSo; molasse sugar steady; refined
steady. No. 8. 4.86c; No. 7. 4 80c;' No. 8,
4 75c; No. 9, 170c; No. 10. 4 8c; No: 11,4 86c;
No. 12, 4.55c ; No. 13. 4.50c; No. 14. 4.46c; eon.
feet loners" A, 6.60c; mould A, S.Onc; eut loaf,
6.95c; crushed. 6.95c: powdered, S.Soc; granu
lated. 6.25c: cuheh, 6.60c.
MOLASSES-Market steady; Nf OrleAnf
oren kettle, good to choice. 31c. -
NEW ORI.EAN8. Sept. 1 SUGAR
Strong; open kettle. S43$ 1-1 6c; do ceotrlfu
Jal. i'Wc, centrifugal whites, - 44c; yel
ows. SMHe; seconds, 243!4C'
MOLASSES Nominal open - kettle,' Ktf
SKc: centrltugnl, 104316c; syrup nominal, 20
ft2c. - . - - ' - , -
1 '.'1 i
Dry Oaods Market. -NEW
YORK, Sept. 1 DRY GOODS
Market condlt'ons are improving snd sell
ers sre ssngulne that the nesr future will
show K more general and decided request
for goods which It will be hard to satisfy
If for Immediate delivery. The jobbing
trade Is just beginning tQ sppreclste the
condition and buyers Are commencing to
test th market, . r t . ,1 ; .4,
Whisky Market.
CHICACO. Sept. l.-WHISKY-Steadv; on
basis of n,28. -
PEORIA, Sept. l.-WHI8KY-On A basis
of l-28 for finished goods.
BT. LOUIS. Sent. 1. WHISK Y Steady,
on n heals of $1,324-
CINCINNATI", Sept.' l.-WHISKY-On Si
bast ot $128 for finished goods. 1 .
. , -
Evaporsled Apples aadl Dried Vrslta.
NEW YORK, Sept. 1. EVAPORATED
APPLES Market stendlly. held, "not with,
standing the light demand; common ar
quoted at 4j6c, prime at 60-4c, cholca at
64364c and fancy at 71774c.
MINNEAPOLIS
'OMAHA
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Uood MAittorriec
"Uth sail Robert Slt
ST. PAUL MINN.
(iscosrosATsnt
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Stocks, Grain, Provisions
Bouaiit sad sold far cash or carries . n tenant '
arirlna,upoa abkht her will baaarg4 H
grain, M oa stocks snd tt v Oaa. ,
Wriukar ear market Wttw. . . . ,
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Ship Your Grain To Ui,
BssT FaCILITia. PsottrT RerOBaa,
!! at. ApVAMiisa. ,-r: (l
DULUTH . " WINNIPfO
Branch Offlca, 1 10-11 1 eardef Traaa.
'Pfea 114. OMAHA, NB'
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