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TILE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JUNE 19, lf09.
13 k CRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET 'Wheat, Steady at Oynlnr, Starts en Previous Day's Adraao. roaxioN kiwi causes raixt aflRial fa pit S Beeriek Tm-v-orofcle Reports la All LeeaUt-. Ilea Ite.e OC rke Market. OMAHA. Juno I. WOO. Wheat wm steady at th opening and started on th advanced prion of yester day. Light Argentina iMpmtnii and firmer Liverpool advice caused a abort rally early, but sentiment In tk pit hsld bear l Ish and favorabla repot la all localities eaerd the market. Corn receipt are allfrhtly better and suf ficient for th demand. Prevailing weather condition ar fine and the cultivating work la progressing. Farmers are not free sailer at theae prlcea. Wheat ruled weak after tee opening and i continued selling preaaur reaulted la! a declln In all option. Sentiment la still bearish on favorable conditions and re port of better yield In the aouthweet than wer eatlmated. Com waa unchanged, but ruled tinateady and lacked firmness. Verv favorable re , porta are prevalent from the country and everything polnu to a large crop the com ing year. Cash price were weak on light demand and recaipta are increasing. Primary wheat receipt wer 247.000 bush els and ahlpments were 7.000. bushels, apalnat reaelpu last year of 21400 bushels and ahlpmrnta of 2.,0n0 bushels. Corn receipt were 423,000 buahela and ahlpments were 1M 0OO bushels, agalnat re ceipts laat year of 601.00 buahela and ship ments Of 300.000 buahela. Clearances were 1.000 bushel of frn, 600 bushel of oats and wheat and flour equal to it. 000 buahela. Liverpool closed unchanged at Si higher on wheat and 44d higher on corn. Luiau lan. of npttenor Artlclcs.1 Open. Hlgh. Low. cio.. Te.'y. Wheat July...! Sept... Corn July Sept Oat . July Sept 101 I 1 wv 1 01 44 4Vel . ' I I 1 CvS 1 0OS s ev - i?H 47 1 K4 1 01 , 40 Osaakat Case rrlaoa. , (WHEAT-No I hard. l.ffl.W: No. I hard. U.2I1M; No. 4 bard. $La4J)l.M; No. "pilng. $1.2.t.27. CORN-No. 1. cj NO. 2. MHfl8ie! No. 4, Uotohtc; No. I yellow, IBc; No. t yallow, fc- o. t white, IVUftnhie; No. I white, OATi-N. I mixed, tittfenic: No. I yel low, hMibic; No. I white, ItMc; No. 4 white. j8VflM1c. KVE-No. t, 7806; Ko, t VQnto. Carlet Receipts. Wheat Corn. Oata Chicago I . 14 W Mlr.napolla 171 Omaha I 0 Uuluth II (1IUAUO (illAIX AND PROVISIONS Wheat I'rlrea Itrsame Their Devra- vrr.rd Trend. ClilCAUO. June 11 Wheat price on the board oi Trade today resumed their down vaiu ii end and on final transactions were . c Lrlotv yesterday's close. Coarse i lulu alxu closed weak, but provisions were linn. ,.e wheat market was heavy alt day ftiu with die e..oeption of the May option all dillvtrlcH declined more than lo from digit point of the day. Th distant iit.llvc,it. diHlayed a moderate show of JUNH..H.-. at tne start, owing to light ship nicrnx ii'oin Argentina during th week and tu tits. i upon, ot damage to the wheat tr 'ii hi liia. country by drouth, but weather toinH.ion in ihe Inter wheat belt of the Initio HieUs mere too favorable for' ha r vii upt.a .uii- lor the market to retain t .. Hi ...u!i-b fo. any tenuth ot Um. iiua;..cti by tne UUIU outlook for the if iiv... onct- brau to hammer the li:arket rhpuly After the opening and con tinued lo ell Irccly the greater part of i... day, Much resulted In a steady de cline. CLsh houses reported tha'i offerlnga of new stiui in the country wre Increaalng tiailv. ai! that demand for the Cash grain r ra hi r alack. The monthly report of a Ki. I.olIh trade journal was a bearish fuctor. drclailng that th general condi tion of the fall orop Is excellent and that hai vosilnit will be general next week over a laiKe area of the winter wheat belt. De cline at the northwestern grain centers alfo had a weakening Influence. During the day th July delivery sold between Ji.l.lV'l.lSv and tl.fi. Prices rallied a little from the bottom late In the day on covering by shorts, but the close uns weak, with July at 11.14V Cool weather caused firmness In the oorn market at the start, but the favorable out look for the new crop Induced general sell In early In the day, whloh continued throughout the entire session and which resulted In sharp decline In all deliveries. Kxtremely bearish advice wer received from the southwest, reports from Bt. Louis and Kansas City declaring that Kansas and Nebraska will have a record-breaking crop, according to the present outlook, 'r'he market closed weik with prices off Q to MPtc. compared with th prevlou cloe. Ont displayed slight firmness at th opening. In sympathy with Corn, but th ninrket soon bcae Weak. At the close ruler were jJio lower than yesterday Aral flruies. l-iovuion . closed firm, with price tin-chin-ed to Ho higher, compared with the prei-icu close. The leading future ranged as follow: Artlcls. Open. Hlgh. Low. Clo. Yeay. II IVff ", I i ; II THK I I 7Jfl"l i 5M '' "il I 43, 1 20 60 j I X) 73 1 111 1 144J 1 is4 l I I OftHlt 07H1 07X- 1 owi OSHVl itW 0SH . tti 70 m '4i ' 61 41 r. I V) OS Wit imxiri t4 KHI 604 6ou' ion' m 42 441 4.1 II 46 ! M 87el 10 I to 7J an ao 1 20 65 II 90 I 11 16 I 11 M 111 H n M 11 1 4! 12 C2 ii 11 MVil II 37 11 Olvi I I . I I I 11 SO I 11 20 r 11 M I 11 IS I 11 U 111 it 1 11 n! 11 10 1 11 mil 11 10 Wheat Jrlv Sept. Peo. Corn Julv fcpt. D-. Oa's .'"If P'P. IV e. I'ork ' .luly '"(. , Lard. ' Julv K pt. I! lbs pt. No. t One1! nuotatlon wer as follows: Hxn:n-Eosy; winter patent. $V8.t6; wpiter suaights. $4.104 60; spring patents, f.i'n.fO: spring Straights, H.Cwr.li; jIti ij(06(l RYF-No. X, He. BAR LEY- Feed or mixing. 7s7W,i fair to c'o'ce maltlnr. TOHfSlc. HiTl S-Flax. No. 1 outhwsteni, 1.6JHi; No. i ror li western. I1.06X; timothy, 1100; Cli."r II0I5. T ro'-SiON-Mess pork, per hhl., ?0 56 C'Otio. Lard, per 100 Ins.. Ill.tJ't. Short ribs, Hi't-n liMset. IU.PVtiu.t0; short clear side boedi. iu.wflrin6. The clearances of wheat and flour were equal to 4.k0 bu. Kxports for the week, a shown by Bradstreet's. wer equal to l(0,0u0 bu. Primary receipt were 146.000 bu.. as compared with 413. 110 bu.. the cor responding day a year ago. Ett:natd receipt for tomorrow; Wheat, one car; corn. 244 cars; oat, let cars; hoga, 13.000 head. Kansas City Oral and Provlsleas. KAN&A8 C1TT, June M.-.VYHKAT Un changed; No. 1 hard. tl.Ktol.H: No. I hard Sl7vlS6; No. 1 red. ti.kQ1.40; No. I red. tuiui.ir. tOKX-He hlchart No. I mlxtd, aOVre; No. S mixed. t14iifiVko; No. I white, tike; No whit. Tlo. OAT l n-haned; No. S white, l7C-; No t insert. 64ji6tf. RYE JJflfSo. HA Y I'nchangedt Choice timothy, I1I60O y.U: choice prilrie. IU.T&C12.C0; cholo ! fatfn new HlOuftllOO. BtJTTER Creamery, ettra; U4; flru. 3&e; aeconda, tie; packing stock. UH- KOOS Extras, lie; firsts. lo; current re eel pt a, )Tv; seoond nd dlrtlea. Itc. Receipt. Shipments Wheat, bu.. Corn. bu. , Oat, bu Mi ttJ0 patanta, H HO04 40; first clear. teflRfrJ.13; af-nnd eleera, VI6. BRAN In bulk. 111. nig)4 00. WE4THCR IX TUB ORAL BELT Pair ProHakiy gatarday After a !! at Wtraer, OMAHA. Jan U. 1!X. The berometle depression, central over the lake region Thursday morning, la dis appearing off the upper Atlantic coast. An area of hlah pressure overlies the country from the Rocky to the Alleghany mountains, and from th lake region to the gulf, with Its crest over the upper lake. Generally fair weather prevails throughout the country, although consider able cloudiness Is shown In the southern states, In the lower Missouri valley, and en the Pacific alope, and rain la falling In California and Nevada. Temperatures are lower In the lower Missouri, throughout th Mississippi valley, and east to the Atlantc coast, and decidedly cooler weather prevails In the Ohio valley, lake region and etrn statea. It I sllgrtly warmer In th Missouri valley and throughout the north west, and will be warmer In this vicinity tonight. While considerable cloudiness will prevail, generally fair weather Is Indicated for this vicinity tonight and Saturday. Reeond of temperature and precipitation compared with the corresponding day of the laat three years: , , . 1009. 10. 1907. 1904. Minimum temperature.... 2 00 3 6ft Precipitation 00 .40 ,20 M Normal temperature for today. 71 de greea. Ijefldenry In precipitation alnce March 1, t7 Inchea. Exces corresponding period In 1908. 171 Inches. Deficiency corresponding period In 1907, $.70 Inchc. L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster. Cam aa Wheat Reartea Balletla. Corn and wheat region , bulletin for Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four hour ending at a. m.. 76th meridian time, Friday, June is, 1900: OMAHA DISTRICT. .... -Timn Sain. Breiiona. Max. Ashland, Neb IS Auburn. Neb HI Broken Bow, Neb. M Columbua, Neb... RJ Culbertaon, Neb.. 64 Falrbury, Neb... 67 Fairmont. 'Neb... M Or. Island, Neb.. 17 Harrington. Neb. 11 Hastings, Neb.... 69 Holdreee. Neh ... ai Oakdale, Neb....: 63 umana. Neb.... Tekamah, Neb. Alt, la. Carroll, la Clarlnda, la.... Sibley. Ia Sioux City. Ia. 71 . 80 , 74 71 , 7 . 71 . 74 Mln. fall. Sky. 68 . 00 Clear M 00 Foggy 56 .00 Clear 6ft .00 Clear s .00 Clear 67 .00 Pt. cloudy 62 .00 Clear 8 .00 Pt. cloudy 66 .00 Pt. cloudy 67 .00 Clear 69 . 00 Clear 62 .00 Clear 61 .00 Cloudy 69 .00 Cloudy 64 .00 Clear 65 .00 Clear 67 .00 Pt. eloudy 60 .00 Clear M .00 Cloudy 74 48 .02 76 60 .12 7 62 .00 52 .12 M 62 .04 12 60 . 84 7 64 .00 R2 66 .00 64 62 .00 throughout the Mlaaeaaolla Oral a Market., MINNEAPOLIS, June IS-WHKAT-Joly. II iJei 23; September. li.0; December, irdkSal M Caah: No. 1 hard. M II; No. 1 northern. H.I2S4; No. I northern, II JO-: No. I northern, H.WI VLOUR First peletUs, Vy.60; second Minimum temnersture fnr llv.limi period ending at I a. m. DISTRICT AVERAGES. No. of Temp. Rain. Central. Stations. Max. Mln. Inches. Chicago, 111 20 Columbus 0 17 Des Moines, la.... It Indianapolis, Ind.. 12 Kama City. Mo.. 90 Loulsvlll. Ky 19 Minneapolis. Minn. 2!) Omaha. Neb 19 St. Louis. Mo "win uwii me cum ana wneat region within th last twenty-four hours and showers occurred In the Kansas City district. Cooler weather prevails except In Minnesota and the Dakotaa, where It 1 lightly warmer. L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau. NEW YORK SEVERAL MARKET Qaetatloas of the Day oa Various Commodities. NEW TORK, Junr n.-FLOl'R-Recelpts, 10.900 bbls.; exports, 650 bbls.; market dull and barely steady; Minnesota pat enta. 8.26.(i winter straights, Is.eG'SS.H; Minnesota bakers, lo.8655.66; winter extra, 4.S76.70; winter patents. .757.00; winter low grades, I4.7606.6O; Kansas straights, I5.i4.70; choice to fancy, J4.WS6.00. CORN MEAL Steady; fine white and yel-Jow- ll.1.70; coarse, $1.661.U0; kiln dried. RYE bull; No. t western, Wtc, nominal, f. o. b., afloat. New York. BARLEY Quiet; feeding, S789c, C L f . New York. WHEAT Receipta. 2,500 bu. Bpot mar ket easy; No. 2 red, old, 11.60, nominal, elevator; No. t red, old, 11.60, nominal; new, l.mi, f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth, tl.34t. nominal, f. o. b. afloat; No. I hard winter. U8H. nominal, f. o. b. afloat. Brilliant crop pt oepects, coupled with larger offerings of new wheat, encour aged bears to hammer the market se verely today, and prices broke over lc per bushel. In an effort to cover near the close," half the loss was regained and final prices showed He to Ho net loss. July closed 11234. September closed I1.14H and December closed 11.13'. CORN Receipts. 2,400 bu.; exports, 1,200 bu. Spot market easy; No. 1 old, 84c In elevator and 82c nominal, f. o. b. afloat; No. I new, Mo, f. o. h. afloat. Option market was without transaction, closing Sta to lc net lower. July closed tOViu, September closed 77Ho and December closed iSHc. OATS Receipt, 14,400 bu.; export, 600 bu. Hpot market easy; mixed, 26 to 22 Iba., 61He. nominal; natural white, 26 to S2 lbs., 61644c; clipped white, 24 to 42 lbs., 624C7e. FEED Steady; spring .bran, $26.85; mid dlings, 127.86; city. 127.50. HAY Quiet; No. ty. IO&86C; good to Choloe. 96oWll OO. HIDES Quiet: Bogota, 20Vi$21ic; Cen tral America. LFATHER Steady; acid 28P29o. PROVISIONS Heef steady; family, 1J .50 014.00; mesa, $10 .MMrll.00; beef hams. $24.00 C 24.00; -packet, til 004(12 60; city, extra India mess, takSOQft.OO. 'Cut meats, firm; rlokled bellies. $12.10012.20: pickled hams, 12.60. Lard strong; western, $12.15(bl2.76; refined, easy; ocntlr.ent. $13. ; Smith steady: family. $22.00; short clear, $24,604 21.00; mess. 121.60. I TALLOW Quiet; city, 6Sc; country, E4 '4c. RICE Firm; domestic fair to extra. $3 IV4c: Japan, nominal. BUTTER Unsettled; receipta, 1,270 packages; creAmery extras, 26a. CHEESE Steady; new atat full or earn apeclal. nyfM4VsC. EOOS Steady; state. Pennsylvania and nrarb fancy, selected, white, 26V4a2tc; fair to choice. Em7f"Ac; brown and mixed, fancy. nw:4; fair to choice, nwt tie: western extras, firsts, 21Wt)22c: firsts. Wtfflc; official price. 20Vc; seconds, BSvQ- 20c; southern, iiMaxivc. POULTRY Alive, dull, western chick ens, broilers, 23c: fowls, 15 16 He; turkeys, 11c. Dressed, steady; western chickens, broiler, 2123c; fowla 14H016C. t. Laat General Htrkrt. ST. IOUIS. June 14. WHEAT Lower; traok. No. 2 red. cash. $1.4)1.62: No. t hard, ll.Jutfl.M. nominal; July. $1.10(S1.10; September, 11.06V CORN Futures lower: cash, firm; track. No. t cash. 71c; No. t white. 763 76c; July, 72c; September, 6Sc OATS Future lower; cash, firm; track. No. 2 cash. 64Yic; No. t white, 67c; July, 48c i September, 42V(i4IHc. RYE Nominal. 84c. FLOUR I'nohangsd; red winter patents. $4 50(f7.00; eatra fancy and straight, I6.7V3 4.40; hard winter clenra. $4 7646 10. .SEED Timothy, $1.50JJ.2j. CO RN M E A I-I3 60. BRAN Dull; aacked, eaat track. 11 20 1.22. HAT Firm; timothy, $14.00011.00; prairie, IllOOflllOO. PRiJVIStnNR Pork. hisher: 1obh.i.-ar tV.50. Lard, higher; prime steam, $1160 11.70. Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra short. $U.K7Vi; clear ribs, $11.67: short clesrs. III 00. Bacon steady; boxed extra hort. $M874; clear ribs, $12.17; short dear. $11.00. Receipts. Shipments. 4)0 6.200 7.200 9.600 60.0)0 22.000 44.0U) U.600 NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS Taft'i Corporation Tax Propoial Affacta Action of Market Flour, bbls.. Wheat, bu... Corn, bu ... Oat, bu .... Philadelphia Predaee Market. PHILADELPHIA. June 1$. BUTTER Unchanged. EGOS Weak. He lower; Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts, free cases, 22c at mark; current receipts In returnable cases. tOSe at, mark; western firsts, free cases, 120 at mark; current receipts, fre cases, Vt'itfAc. CHEEPE Steady; New York full craams, choice, 14c; fair t good, Ujlttte. Mlletaaae Orala Market. MILWAUKEE. Jun ll-WHEAT-No. 1 northern. II MWQ1 $7Vi: No. I northern, $1.14 61 K: feertember, 1 O.l 07V OATS 67c BARLEY Sample. 78ifiSlVic. Dalatk Grata Market. DULUTH, Minn., June It Vr WHEAT July, 41 27; September. 11.04; NV 1 north' rn. $1 2H: No. t northeru, $1.27ii. OATS-WtofMVo. WHY PARIS K EJECTED STEEL Chinese Railway I.eaa aad KeveraJ Itesna la Peadlng Tar1 BUI Betk Believed to Have Had Their lalstae. NEW YORK, Jun lt-Th contest be tween opposing forces In, th stock mar ket today, was quite lively, while It lasted, but It waa over In the course of the first hour of the trading. The forces support ing prices against further fall established control in that time, but having done so seemed disposed to discontinue operationa The prevailing sentiment among th pro fessional element of the traders was bear ish, based on th unsatisfactory action of the market, when It rallied yesterday. The opposition to the tactics of the bears, which was asserted at the outset todsy, reflected the determination of banking In terests to protect the market against raid ing, and Imparted confidence to holder of stocks In some degree, a waa shown by the cessation of th pressure of liqui dation. There was a good deal of discussion among financiers and their advisers of the possible soope of the suggestion contained in Presldnnt Taft's special message, of the opportunity of extending the government's power to the Investigation of corporation accounts affairs, and under the provisions of the proposed law to tax net earning of corporation. The project Is generally con sidered of far-reaching Importance and some observer assert a large amount of selling of atocks ha been Induced alnce the message appeared. The rarls listing project for United State Steel ha by no means passed out of the discussion, and the course of the French opposition to It la regarded aa having broad significance, as well as fi nancial Import. The British request for th withdrawal of the United Statea govern ment's request Is In line with a supposition that the protest against th United Statea Steel project Is In the nature of a retali ation against American banker for the Chinese matter. Opposition of French Industry to some of the schedules of the pending tariff bill Is alleged to be a motive also. Foreign exchange rates show a hardening tendency, In spite of the easing of discount abroad. The Interior contlnuea to ship large sums to New York and another considerable addition to banking cash this week Is In dicated by the estimates. Several large syndicate transactions of the week have Involved the use of banking credits, but heavv borrow Inr abroad has extended. Another reduction in th London price of conDer and the reDorted renewal of war on freight rate were unfavorable Incident or th day. Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par value, $3,201,000. United State bond wer unchanged on call. Number of sales and leading quotations on stock wer a follows: Bilea. Hin. bow. vion. Allli-Chalmm pfd Amalsamited Copper American Agricultural ... Am. Beet Sugar Am. Can pfd Am. C. A P Am. Cotton Oil Am. H. A U via Am. !(- Securities American Llnaetd American LocomotlT .... Am. I. ft Am. S. A R. pM Am. Sugar Rsllnln Am. T. A T Am. Tobacco pfd American Woolen Anaconda Mining Co.... AtchUon Atchlium pfd Atlantic Coaat Line Baltimore A Ohio Bal. A Ohio ptd Bethlehem Steel Brooklyn Rapid Tr Canadian Pacific Central Leather Central Leather pfd Central of N. i Cheeaseak A Onto Chicago A Alton Chlcato Ot. W Chi. ago A N. W C, M. A St. P C, C, C A St. L Colorado r. A 1 Colorado A 80 Colo. A So. lit pfd Colo. A So. id pfd Conaolldated Oaa Corn Products . . Delaware A Hudson Denver A nlo tirende.... D. A R. O. ptd llletillera' securities Brte Brie let pfd..... Brie 1 pfd General Electrla Ureal Northern nfd Ureal Northern Ore ctf ... l,lu llllnola Central Illinois Central Interborough Met Int. Met. pfd International Harveater .. Int. Marine ptd International Paper International Pump Iowa Central Ktniaa City So K. C. 80. pfd LouleTllle A N Minn. A St. L. M.. St. P. A 8. S. M Mlaeourl Pacifle M., K. A T M , K. A T. pfd National Blecult National Lead N. R. R. of M. lat pfd... New York Central N. Y., O. A W Norfolk A W North American Northern Pacific Pacific Mall Pennaylvaula People's Uas P.. C. C. A it. L. Prtnaed Steel Car Pullman Palace Car Railway Steel Spring Readln Republto tttel Republic Sleel sfd Rock laland Co Rock laland Co. pfd St. L A 8. P. Id pfd ... St. Lou la . W St. L. 8. w. pfd gloat-Sheffield . A I.... Southern Pacific So. Pacific pfd Southern Railway so. Railway pfd Tennoaaee Copper Texas A Pacific... T.. St. L. A W... T . St. L. A W. pfd Inlon pacific I nlon Pacific pfd I. 8. Realty I'. 8. Rubber U. 8. Steel V. 8. 8tel pfd Vtah Copper. Ca-dly Va. -Carolina Chemical .. Wabaah Wabarh pfd .-. wretern Maryland wr.ttlnghouee Blectrte Weatern Vnton. ex-dlv... Wheellnf A U. C Wlaconaln Central m H H'4 H . at.) iiH n r. , 1,009 4i 4144 41H , IZ.m 44"4 i 4S"), i.no J ti n . 1,004 U 4H H , l,M 73 II "1 70S l 41 41 1.400 44 91 ! , 5,100 11 II 17 . l.e) ta 67 11 , It. 4.0 41 n 300 104 104 ) , l.JOrt lie 124 114 . 1.600 141 140 141 100 101 101 100 WO 14 14 14 . 1.SO0 4 47 41 , J1, M0 1H 1U 114 100 104 1' 104 400 11 131 HI , 4,1"0 lit 114 117 100 H H 700 24 la id . 1.100 11 77 71 . 1.0V) 111 ISO 111 . 14.100 12 11 II , 1.100 104 101 104 II . 1.100 74 1M 7 600 U . 17 47 , 1,100 i I ! IO0 111 lit US . 1.000 162 161 161 100 74 T4 76 . t.D 41 414 41 IK) 17 67 67 100 II II II M ao an so . 1.400 141 140 141 . 1,100 M 12 it 400 111 1M 111 . 1.0UO 44 41 41 300 II M II 600 M IS II . 4H) 3.V II 14 . I. MM 12 61 l WO 41 - 41 41 404 10 id 140 . 6,410 141 141 141 . 1.400 II 71 II 600 141 147 147 600 141 14T 147 . 1.600 17 II II . 10.100 41 41 47 44 40 13 VI M V) 14 II 16 400 19 I- If t-10 10 It K . 2,100 46 44 44 10 72 71 72 100 140 140 140 WO 66 64 66 117 600 74 71 73 . 4.IO0 41 41 41 71 100 105 106 106 04 14 U S4 60 . 21.100 111 111 lis . 1,400 61 62 63 100 II 19 14 . 1,000 14 S3 43 . I.loo 101 no lto SOO It . J, 70S 114 116 111 400 111 113 113. H M 1 ti . 1,400 41 41 42 Ill 4J . 44.300 :: 150 161 , l.liO so 10 100 101 104 10 . 14,700 11 a I 400 74 It t 100 41 41 41 M . I 43 44 44 too II to u . K.300 13n 1! m . 1.100 132V4 111 131 . I.rc lo v to 600 II 17 7 100 It It . 2,000 15 14 I 44 4 41 too l II N . 44.400 11 110 111 300 17 ,1 t1 II 104 11 n 11 . 71. 4-10 IT 14 14 . 1,400 1,3 ixt HI . 1.000 60 ! 60 . I.KW 64 12 61 400 il tin SI . U.) 13 6 67 10 II II 11 . 1.4j0 14 13 13 . i.ii nf 71 73 loo 10 14 i 67 21.100 shares. mx.To: gold certificates. $2n.Ill.T0; available cash balance, J0.49,si2. RRrORT OF THK CXBAltlJa HOl'SK TrBetlwa f the Aaaetelated Raaki fer tk Week. NEW YORK. Jun 11 Bradstreet's bank clearing report fnr the week ending Jun 17 show an aggregate of $1.44 l,.OI, a asralnat U. 474,7., 000 last week and 12 1M 4.U -0") In the corresponding week Isst year. The following Is a list ot the cities: CITIE8. Clearings. Inc. Deo. New Tork Chicago Boston Philadelphia St. Lou la rittsburg Kansas City ban Francisco Baltimore Cincinnati Minneapolis New Orleans Cleveland I'etrolt OatAAtA Louisville Milwaukee , Fort Worth Los Angeles "t. Paul Seattle , Ienver , Buffalo Indianapolis Spokane Providence , Portland, Ore Richmond Albany Washington, D. C St. Joseph Salt Lake City Columbua Memphis , Atlanta Tacoma Havannah Toledo Rochester Hartford Nashville Des Moines Peoria New Haven , Sioux City Norfolk Grand Ranldi Syracuse Evansville Birmingham Springfield, Mass.... Portland, Me Augusta, Qa Dayton Oakland Worcester Jacksonville, Pla Wichita , Wheeling , Knoxvllle Little Rock Chattanooga Charleston, S. C jvioDiie , Wilmington, Del , Lincoln, Neb , Wllkesbarre Topeka , Davenport Oklahoma Fall River Kalamasoo, Mich.... Sacramento Springfield. Ill Helena Fort Wayne Cedar Rapids New Bedford Columbia, 8. C Macon Toungstown Lexington Fargo, N. D Akron Rockford, 111 Erie, Pa Sioux Falls, S. V.... Canton, O Qulncy. Ill Rloomlngton, III Lowell Blnghamton Chester, Pa South Bend, Ind Decatur, 111 Springfield, O Vlcksburg Fremont, Neb Mansfield, O Jacksonville, III Jackson, Mis tHouston tGalveston Duluth Bcranton, Pa , 16 S II. M 14.2 41 20.01, 84.7 . M.li. 86.4 , I.I . U.l 7.2 . M.i... 1S.... Ml,... 26. 4. 3.1 M.Ti, 12.4 . 60.71, 2.H. 'm'.i JS.l 1.0 36 0 1 28.4 11.0 14 II 14.2 40.7 $1.7 23.1 toil 13.2 4.9 29.0 IS 3 19 I 22.4 41.1 22.9 20.2 64.81 22.8 1 l 8J.9 1.8, 27.4 4.4 11.0 40.8, 12.2 26.8 44.2 91. 18.11 l.tl' 16.8 .8 53.1 4S.2 48.8 83.9 47.3 4.8! 43.91 21.1 18.1 44.8 1.1 !$2.n2.7,0fl0 . I(,14t,Ot; n.i l.2.Vi.ono .t 13o.e.2,0U0 14.01 42.rXj7.onoi .o 4i.l22.0KO $1.2 42.WW,0O0 74. 4 17,140,01 "3 . 3.17,009! la,S2ti,0"0 14.046.0O0 18.121.000 20. 14071,0! H.$, a,68,oo4 sa.4 137t.0"0 11 H 11.824.0001 16 2 6.644.0001 14 231. KO 10.lH9.000i 11. 641.0D0 1.072.000 1.137.000 1.671 000 8,(W7.0noj 7.845. oon 8.021.000 4.442,0no 6.918.01 .4iXI.000 I.4K3.000 8.4S8.000 $,721.0no( t,134,0OD I.713.0HO 8.941,000 I.7K8.0OO 8 710.OO 4. 200.000 3,624.000 .3.319.000 8.418.0iX) 1.654. 000 2. 739. 0001 2,RS1.000i 2.6(12,000 t.tW7.0i) 1,274,4001 1.847.000 1,794.000 2,117,0001 1,702,000 1.S06.0O0 2.0.18.000 1.974.000 1,894,000 1.717,000 1,351.004 1,8,000 1,306.000 l,4t4,00O 1.341.000 1.196.000, 1.142.000 1,638.0001 1.706. OOOi 1,216.000 1.421.000 1.134.000 1,738. 000 1 1,169.000 1,077,000 973,000 829,000 1,075.000 882.0001 1.006,000 1.0S4.000i 698.000 703,000 1.157.0001 6HS.000I 678. 000 786,0001 801.000 674.0O0 691.000! 797.000' 642.000 643. 000 496,000 421.000 620,000 643,000 401.000 424.0001 195,000 317,000 401.000 236.000 87.000 21.913.000 9,922.000! 2, 788.0001.. 2,376,0001 62.5 4 9 4.8 6.0 26.2 .... 1.1 OMA LIVE STOCK MARKET Cattle Receipt Very Light and Prieei Nominally Steady. HOGS ARE STEADY TO TEN HIGHER Liberal Receipta t gfeeea) and Lmsaka, hat Artaal Naaaber gale I Ssaall Prteea Hanger Tea teat Lower. SOUTH OMAHA. Jun 18, 1909, Bcelpt were: Cattle Hogs. Sheen. Official Mondav 1.18 8018 8.468 Official Tuesday 1 CO I K7 t fi04 Official Wednesdar 4774 819 1.071 uiiiatal Thursday 1.2' 10.043 3 44o Estimate Friday too 6,700 4.000 F(ve daya this week. ..13084 $3 817 ISO Same day last week... .14,401 64,ts0 1.744 Sam days 1 weeks ago..l&.7K9 61.628 7,618 Sam day I week ago,.17.0S0 68. 4 11.482 Same day 4 week ago.. 19.262 89 807 12.019 Same day last year 13,871 17,667 20,172 Tb following lab! shows th receipts Of cattle, hogs and sheen at Soutn Omaha for th yew to dat. compared with last '. 190. 190H. Inc. Deo. -" 424,114 406.882 $0,031 " 1.801,984 1,412.024 110.040 Shrep 198,620 469.748 11.128 Th following table show th average price of hogs at South Oman fur the laal several daya. with comparisons. Dat. I 1909. 19f).1907.190.19v5.1194.191. Jun I... June I... Jun 10.. Jun il.. Jun 11.. Jun 11.. June-14.. June 16.. June 14.. June 17.. June 18.. T 171 T 17 T $9 7 84 T38V 7 62H 7 64 I 27! 1 r 6 27 t 371 48 i Ml 8 64 6 63 1 67j I 061 I 17i I 20 4 68 I 8C ( $ 0 I 91 6 79 I 86 6 84i e I II i 87 I r, $ I 8i I 81 I 861 S9 $ 17 I 13 I 11 I 13 I 1 4 70 I If 4 76, 4 72 4 4 4 82, t 22l 4 88 t 20 4 9J I 95 j 4 93 6 97 91 I 01 C 18) I 07 I 89 U2 Sunday. ftia r ri,, 1 . 1 . 1 - . w. . , nuiiiLr 01 cara 01 brought in today by each road waa: C M. A St. P . "", 8h,eP Wahavah ' i " Missouri Pacific 18 15 tJ. et N. W., west.... $ C, St. P. M. A O.... I C, B. & Q... east I C. B. tr O weal C, R. I. Jfc P., east.. 1 Illinois Central c. a. w 18 33 6 2 17 'i 1 82 tuck HTs. 1 Total recetDta 14 81 17 Ths dlsnnaltlnn rt I h. A r..,' . u..in. K. . - a follows, each buyer purchasing the num ber of head Indicated: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. ... 711 811 ... 82 943 1.51 ... 74 1,001 tVW 642 446 Omaha Packing Co.. Rwirt and company Cudahy Packing Co Armour & Co Swift and Co.. K. C Cudahy Pack. Co., K. C. , Cudahy Bros isr-hwartsohlld & Sul'bg'r Hill & Son F. P. Lewis Huston & Co J. H. Bulla Swartx-Boland , Hoffman , Sundan Other Buyers 60 1 18 14 $ 1 24 96 479 93 205 878 219 t Not Included In totals because contain ing other Items than clearings. I Not Included In total because com parisons are Incomplete. - New York Moaey Market. NEW YORK, June 18. MON E T On call, easy at IVXS'1 per cent; ruling rate, 11 per cent; closing bid, 14 per cent; offered at 144 per cent. TIME IXANS-31lghtly easier; sixty days, 2rjH per cent; ninety days, 2W 24 Pr cent; six months, 8 per cent. PRIME! MERCANTILE PAPER-34 per cent. STERLING EXCHANGE Firm, with actual business In bankers' bills at $4.8625 4.8635 for sixty-day bills and at $4.87 for demand; commercial bills, t4.85HS4.88. SILVER Bar, 534.c; Mexican dollar, 44c. . BONDS -Government, steady; railroad. Irregular. Closing quotation n bond today war j follow: V. 8. ret. Is, rag..,.101Uj ejtptn 4, rJH 4o cespoa 10114 4to 4Hc IIH t. . la reg .....Ill to 2d eerlea t. ta coupon 101 L. 8. oeb. 4c 1M1.... W4 U. 8. 4c res HIS L. N. nl. 4e t to coupon Ill M.. K. T. lat 4a.. .100 Allla-Cbal. lat 4c Uti do let ret. 4c... It 4a Am. Ag. 6a 141 do sen. 4e II Am. T. T. c. 4c. 104 Mo. pacific 4a 12V Am. Tobacco 4c M n. Y. C. g. IVl t do la HI 4 deb. 4a '" AtchUon gea. 4a. 100 u. T. City 4 He now.. 1114 do . L. 1st 4a... M N. T.. N. H. M. ' do CT. 4c 114, CT. to JtH do CT. 6s 116 ft. Ik W. let . 4c... MT ill c. l. in 4a a-" so CT. 4c as 41 No. Pacific 4c 1014 H do It 74V 41 HO. 8. L. rfds. 4a 44 1 Pnn. ct. ma till... 1 104S4 do con. 4c 104k 111 Reading sen. 4a 100U Bt. L. 8. P. fg ,4e enta "S 17 I Crte p. 1. 4a II -1 Mo gen. 4a.... LoBdoat. tuck Market. LONDON, Jun 18. American securities openta at a aeciin or v to H of a point. Dal. A Ohio 4c. 00 IHc Mo 8. W. ma. Brkn. Tr. ct. 4c. Canada IS. lat ia. Central of tie. 6m. . "vin. teainer ee.... pi. u c a. r. Ig-4' C. of H. J. g. Ic.lJT (. L. g. W. e. 4e Chca. Okie 4Sa. ...104 do lat gold 4a 44 'Chicago A. I Via.. Tf Seaboard A. L. 4c... 41 C , B A Q. J 4. 17V Mo. Pacific col. 4a... I2u C. 14. A I. P. IVl 0 do 1st rat. 4a 444 C. R. I. A P. c. 4a.. I048o. Hallway Is 1U do col. lc 12V do gen. 4c MU. do rtdg. 4a UHl'nlon Pacific 4s 104 CCC. A g. L g 4e. 17 do ct. 4 looa; Colo. Ind. 4a 77v do lat A ret 4c... t Colo. Mid. 4a 10 V. 8. Rubber la 105 C. 8. r. A a. 4Va. V. 8. Stool Id (a lof.Vi Li. m n. ct. ea iiis -va.-t.ro. cnem. SB., tem a Wabaah 1st as 1114 ITS da lat A oi. 4s 11V T4S4 Weetarn" M4. 4s 44 0 West. Rice. ct. as.... 4 T7UWta. Cantrml aa uu Mo ct. 4c aeries A. U Armour 4Ve w. I K' so series a 10 1:. s, a (j. g. 4c tV Oen. glee. ct. Ic....14S C. A o. ref. Is jncu 111. Can. let ret. 4a.. Wj D. A R. O ref k... II Int. Met. HC 1114 N. R. R. of VI. 4V.. . M Int. M. M. 4SC tSViSt. L A 8. T. g. Sc.. 40 K. C. BO. let ia T4 Bo. Pacific ct. ctfc.lOiH Bid. 0fferd. do let ret. 4c, D. A R. 0. 4a... Dletlliere' ia .. Boston Stocks and Bonds. BOSTON, June 18. Money, call loan, 2Vj Ui per cent; time loans, 3U per cent. Official closing: , Atchleoo adj. 4s M Ariiona Com. do 4a 1001 Atlantic Atrhlaon R. R 114 Bntto Coalition do pfd 104 Cel. A Aiiaona... uuvu i iihujt wun vaiuea : Button BleTated 1H Centannlil rrom v Deiow to aoov yesterday New I, Piichburg prd no Copper Rang .... 1 ura viueui. London closing stocks: Consols, moner ..44 4-11 Mo.. Kan. A Taxaa. tf u I ... 44 Kaw Tork Central... lit ... Norfolk A Westers.. 1I ...114 do pfd tv ...lot Ontario A Western. . 41 1 ' B.f K , . ruutiHia IB Tl Beading . . . . n , 1 leathern Railway . . i I Aeo eo pio 14 Southern Paelfts o laioa Pacific a pfd i K V. S. Steel u M do pfd ig, 41 Wabaah gi t do pfd t ""'mj Opaniia M JJ7 1J rT. : L.. - . "J1 DUJ'I, ,nal Boston A Albanr.... 1 10 Cal. A Heels.... N. T , rl. H. A H...170 D.lv Wcat t'atoa Pacific 14 Franklin Am. Arge. Cham 41 Orar.br ao pfd ll Ore.ne Cananea Am. Poeu. Tabs 1 lele Rorale Amer. Sugar 114 Macs. Mining ... .113 Mlrhlgan .141 Mtnt. C. A C... . If (Weole .lf Parrot 4J Qulocr do aoeouat Anaconda ........ Alchtaon da pfd Baltimore A Ohla.. Canadian Pacific Cbeeapeake A Ohio Chi. Groat Weatera Chi.. Mil. A S. P Do Been Denver A Rio G-. da pfd En do let ptd da Id ptd Orand Trunk Illinois Contra! do sd Am. T. A T Amar. Woolen ... do pfd Dominion I. A B. K3taon Else. I II u 141 fhanaon ... aclflo mta I K,e- I'HTcmarack Mo h2 , " 0" alJ Trinity . tnitod Prult IN United Cc LouleTllle A Neeh. .14 Amal. Covpor d hlLVEn Bar, dull at 24d per ounce. MuNEY 4,61 per cent. The rat of dlacount In th open market for short and three months' bills Is l 1 18-11 per cent. s New York Mintage Stork. NEW TORK, Jun 18. Closing quotations on mining stocks wt: Allot 80 LoadTill Can. , Brunswick Con I Uttle Chief ... Com. Tunnel stock... M Mcalcas do bonda II .Ontario Con. Cal A Vs 4 Ophir Horn OlTor Si tuaadard , Iron SIItts 14 Toll Jacket ,. Uttered. .: r .. 41 .IX ..14 ..He .. Treaaaarp ttateaaeat. WA6HINGTON, June U-Today a atate ment of the trtvasury balance In the general fund, exclusive of the Ua) 000, Out) (old re serve, show: Quid coin and bullion, $17,- t'nltod I. M. do pfd V. S. Stoat..., do pfd ..... Adventure ... Ailoues , Amalgamated Ccaaat . M v. S. Mining... . I V. 8. Oil . 44 I'tah .li Vlctorls . 7 Wtnooa . 40 Wolverine . r .. 40 .. 4 .. M ..1"! ..44 .. II .. ' -. .. 14 ..101 .. 10 .. N ..134 .. It .. 41 .. 11 .. 70 .. 4. .. 1 .. 41 .. II :: 'ft .. Total $16 6.671 $,U3 CATTLE There were only thirteen car of cattle reported In this morning, which means that there were not enough of any one kind to make a showing or establish quotations. For the week the receipts show a slight falling off as compared with laat week and a year ago. What few cat tle there were here thi morning brought price that did not look very much dif ferent from yesterday and most sellers wer quoting the market a nominally steady. For the week everything show mor or less declin. Heavy steer have Buffered quite severely, being around 26o lower. Good light and handy weight steers, while not showing so much decline as th heavy grades, are quite a little lower. COW Stuff has also coma In for Its ihara of grief, prices on the general run of grassers being decidedly lower, In addi tion 10 Deing stow and dull svery day. Feeders have been in moderate, ninnlv and for-that reason they have not suffered as much as they undoubtedly ,would had iiMin uccn larger, as tne country de mand has been extremely dull. Light cat tle especially have been poor sellers. Quotations on cattle: Good to choloe steers, 466.70; fair to good tornfed steers, $5.904.30: Common to fair oornfed steers, $5.0u4r5.:K., i.ood to choice cornfed cows ana .leirors, $. .0036.06; fair to good cow and leifers, $4.0036.00; common to iair oows ana neue- 4. 12.001p4.OO, stock heifer, $3.25gi4.00; veal calve. $4.007.00; Bulls, stags, etc., $3.256.40; good to choice Blockers and feeders, I4.40fe6.26; fair to good stockers and feeders, $40og4.40; com mon to fair stockers and feeder. $3-0Otf HOGS Th hog run this morning w very small and as thera was a very decent demand, prices showed some Improvement. The shlDDers otlt oavlnc nrlnes that wi 66IO0 higher for the good to choice weighty nipping; re a os. reciters were not quit so anxious for hogs and about the beat that they would do on the general fun of medium rjacklna? kinds waa tA neir. a higher than yesterday. Common light loads and everything on the grass order wer slow sellers and at no more than steady prices. Whll ths trad at no time t-ould be described aa exactly active, the hogs kept selling and everything wa cleaned up In good season. A considerable propor tion of all the hogs sold at $7.60'ir7.66 and on up as high as $7.86 for top loads. Today's advance carries the market to a ooint that la a high a It has been at any Urn thl eason. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts this morning looked larae on oaner. seventeen car being reported In. but four car out of this number wer through stuff and not offered for sale, and two cars were hardly good enough to attract the attention of buyers. The most of the .killers on Sale were Oregon and they sold 10c lower than yesterday, wethers going at $6.00 as against b.iv tor tne same sturr yesterday and yearling at $6 26 aa againat $6.K yesterday. It will be remembered that the first Ore gon wether which arrived here at the beginning of the week brought $6.64, but the dropped down to $6.00 the next dev. While It la always very difficult to figure out ins marser on range sturr at the be ginning of the season, owing to the fact that it takes some little time for the mar ket to settle aown, still It is safe to sat that rangers ar around IBc lower for th week. There wa no fed stuff here of anv in. aequsnoe, excepting a load ot spring lamb wnicn want at s.o. Quotations on clipped sheen and lambs Good to choice lambs, l7.5OitJ8.00; fair to good lambs, 17 007. bp; good to choice light yearlings, $6.607.60; good to choice heavy yearlings. l6Trat.M); good to choice weth ers. $5.75(i6 25; fair to good wether. $5,250 $.76; good to choice ewes, lo.401W.00; fair to good ewes. $6.00&6.40: culls and bucks, $2 04 ere. 00. Quotations on range sheep and lambs: Good to choloe lamb and yearling $4.0064 60; fair to good lamb and yearling, t.VMH4.00; good to choice wether, $6,000 5.26: fair to good wethera. I4.BOW6.00: e-ood to choice ewea, $4.7&4i"6.60r fair to good ewe. 4.ti7't.a. Coffee Market. NEW TORK June 18.-COFFEE Th market for Coffee futures opened quiet at unchanged prices to a decline of 15 points, June beirg relatively weak under a llttl liquidation In th abaence of aupporL Busi ness was quiet, and whll there were no further transactions In June, that position recovered I points ot It early loss during th day on th appearance of supporting orders from some of the leading bulls. The tendency appears to b In th direction of a reduction of the near month premium, otherwise th market shows llttl feature The close was quiet, net unchanged to 14 points lower, aisles were reported of M.OOO bsgs. Including June and July at 4 40?, Sep tember st s.9tu. March at I 60c, and May at I s6c. Th French market wa net un changed, gpot market quiet; No. 1 Rio, 7 tjHc; No. 1 Pantos. O'afcc, Mild coffee, quiet. Cordova, 95Ui Kauau City Live Sleek Market. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Jun 18. -CATTLE Receipt. 700 head, including 300 aouthern market 10c higher; eholce export and dreaaed beef ateers. $6.2637.00: fair to good $6 2&4V4.25; western steers. $5 6061.00; Block ers and feeders, I3.zSIi4.I0; aouthern ateera. $4.0OJ5.70; aouthern cow. $2 6tXa4.0O; native oowa. I? 713.50; natlv heifers. 4. 00.71, bulla. $3 0006.00; calvea. $3.7697.00. HOGS Receipta. 4.700 head; market 6c higher; top, $7.90; bulk of aalea. 7.4btY7.?5; heavy. $7. 7137.90; packers and butchers, $7.00(27.80: light. $7,2647.70; heavy. $7,707 T 90; packer and butcher, $7.6007.80; light. $7.2607.70; pig. 86.6O&4.70. v SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 1.1TB head; market steady to strong; lambs, $4.003171; yearling. $6 2643 7. 26; wethers, $4.6096.00; ewes. $4.00.36.40; stockers and feeders, f3.00fi4.75; Texas muttons, $l.0OQ $.75. Low Round-Trip Excursion Rates How Hew York, $40. 50 Boston, $40.60 And Many Other Points East St. Paul, Minneapolis, QI2.50 Duluth, $18.50 . Deadwood, Lead, $10.75 Hot Gprlngs, 0. D., $15.75 Lander, Wyo., $26.75 Casptr, $20.25 Steamship Rites vii the Greit Lakes. SEVEN CHICAGO TRAINS DAILY VI. the Only Double Track Line. THREE TWIN CITY TRAINS DAILY The Best of ErerrthiDg. CITY OFFICE, 1401-3 Farnam Street A New Through Train Fo Seattle Over A New Route The Great Northern Express leaves Omaha at 11:50 p. tn. daily for Spokane and Seattle, going via Billings and Great Northern Railway. This train carries you through the picturesque Black Hills, Judith Basin and Sun River irrigation project of Montana, past the trreat falls of the Missouri nt Great Falls, Mont., and the scenic wonders of the Rockies, through Spokane and the "Inland Empire," the mighty forests of eastern Washington and th canyons and enchanting 6plendors of the Cascade Mountains. . Round trip tickets Omaha to Seattle and return this summe. $50.00; for $15.00 additional you can return via the Shasta Route through California and scenic Colorado. The Burlington offers a greater diversity of routes to th Coast than any other line, and it Is the only line running sd through trains from Nebraska to Seattle -two dally. Writ and let me teJl you everything- about rates., routes, sld trip, point ol Interest, etc., and send you free Illustrated literature. J. B. Reynolds, 0. P. A., 1502 Farnam St., Omaha. S3 & 3 ami Inrtlsn steers. tiMW&O: cows and heif ers, $2.6085.00. HOGS Receipts, 4.BW. iar oc un"'. m.A . n ii. hi. i&rvft?.70: Backers. $7.Mj 7.86; butcher and best heavy. $7.!W.10. SHEEP i ANIJ LiAMim xwuH. i . ,.., v na.ilve muttons. $4 00 434.50; lambs, $.25&S.50; culls and bucks, $$.0OS.M; stockers, $3.2&.&0. CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET Story at Dar' Trallsj l Caltle, Hosts anal Sheep. r.xiti-' k nj-t T.irtai tR I"? ATTl.E Receipts, 1.300 hesd; market steady; steers, $6.60(.36; cows. $4,0046.26; heifers $3.0fc4.00; bulls, $$76S.26; calves, $3 008.00; stockers and feeders, H-W . .... HOUt4 Receipts, 14.WW neaa; mmrsoi bk v. i u - t..in h.svv 1R (aViiH.lfi: butch- era, $7.0S.10; Ufc-M mixed, P.HT.'O; choice ilk. e-7 ?si': nainklne. tl tWtil .9b: Diss. $6.60y7.so; bulk of sales, $7.30(fii7.bo. HiiHU.tr AMJ LAHoa rv.L'cipia, 0,vrj head; market weak; sheep, $4.60(g8!8; lambs, $6.26ft.60: sprlnc lambs, $7.6039.00; yearlings, $4.&0tf..oa Slow a City Lire Stock Market. SIOUX C1TT, la., June II (Special Tele tram) CATTLE Receipt M0 head; mar. ket slrons; beeves, I6.00tfj.00; fat cows and heifers. $4 .0&84.00; feeders, $4 00(&4.7$; year llnss, $SO04.60. . MOOS Receipts B.tOO head; market strong to 6c hlKher; range of prices, $7.40$r7.eO; bulk of sales, $7.4t-37.0. Ilork Is Stajht. Receipts of live stock at the six principal western markts yesterday were: Cattl. Hogs. Sheep. South Omaha $00 6,700 - 4,000 Sioux City 600 Ht. Joseph 00 Kansas City 700 St. Louis 1800 Chicago 1.100 &.j0 t.6t0 4,700 4.800 14,00 1,000 11.000 2,304 S,0U .4,900 4L9O0 16,600 St. ,Josefk Lie It Markel. ST. JOSEPH. June II. -CATTLE Re ceipts, $u head; market steady; iteer. 44 04 6 4 76: cow and heifer, $2 6O04 16; calv.a, $3 608-7.1. HOG a Receipt, $,600 had; market So higher; top $7 86; bulk of aalea. $7.4007.?! SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, Loot bead; market ateady; lamb. $7 Cm&I.SO. St. Lel Lire Stock Market. TT. LOt'IS. June 11 CATTLSV-Receipt 1.600 head. Including 1,000 Texans. Texans strong. Native shipping and export ateers, $4 2tV& 7 16; dressed beef and butcher Steers, I6 7644 90; tr under 1.000 pounds, $4 60J 4.00; ctockara and feedera, $1264.76; oowa aywl heifera, I3e45; cannera. $2 .fc-tfXOO; bulls, $4.76. $.; calves, $a.60(r7.7t, Ttxa Totals OMAHA OK.1Ck4t, MARKHT. Staple asil f acy r rod ace Prices Par. Iskasl ky Bayer aad Wholesaler. BUTTER Crtamsry. No. I, ol v.rtx) I th t.tall trad in carton, 26V4c; No. 1 In 10-lb. tuba. Mo; No. I In 1-lb. cartons. Mo; In 40-1 b tubs. Hc', packing stock. Uc; fancy dairy, tub. hvMc; common roil, liesh made. 17Vo- Market changoe every Tueaday. EUU rresh aelllng atock. candled, tta scorsgs stock in Omaha marasL CHKEbB l"list Wlsconsm full creao, twins, lac: your.g America. 4 la hoop, UVkC; favorlt4, I lo hoop. 16c; d slates, $0 la houp, WMk; craan. brick, lull caa. l&c; block fcwlsa. 16c; full cream llmburg.r. its. POULTHT Brollera. Juc; a.iv. spring, tltc; henu. llVsci cocks, 4c; ducks, lie: at.se. iuc; turkeys, lie; plgaorts. per dot.. Sou; guinea lowla. per do.. 12 60; aqua be, per cos., 12. ireaaed tens, Uv; pr nga. l.'ltc; cocks. SVsci d'jcaa. 11c; gee., tie; tuikeva. lie. VIAH 'ish caught; almost all ar dreaaadi Halibut. c. buttaio. Bo; trout, 13c bullhead., 14c; catflah. 17c; crappie aunflah, 4o u Bo; black baas, 26c; white, fun. Uo; plk. lie; salmon. 14c; plck.rei, loc; trug legs, $6e. Krs.ti trosen; Wblt. Itsh. No. 1. lug: round, to; Dicker.!, drsssed and beadles. Is; round, tr; pla, dresced. 10c; round. So; red soapper, Lao; epaniah mackerel, Uci BSUv uauaUirl. is sea. B1CEF CUTB-Rlb: No. i, 15S4jC5 No. i, 12c: No I, IOC. Loin: No. L l"c; No. J, 14c; No. $. Uc Chuck: No. L 7Wc; No. t, 7c; No. $. IVtc Round: No. i, lOo; No. t Vc; No. $, o. Mete: No. L bc. No. X 6Vie; No. $, 6o. FRESH FRUITS-Strawberrie. $2 7f -93 24 rr crate for Miaaourl and Arkanaaa atouk; lorlda pineapple, IS to 44. $114 per oral; giap frulta, $ else per box, $6; 44 iso, $6.60; M sis. $4; Uecaoa. fancy Fori Li m on. per pound. 4a. FRUlTt Lemons, $ta0tT4.M; Oiangea. $2 7644. 00. VbKJKTAbLlCS Ksnss sweet potatoe. $2.7 per bbl. California celery, large, 0o; smaller, 40c. New Yorar-Holland se.d cab bag. 7 Wo per lb. Wisconsin Red Olobe olona, 4o per n Calilornla cauliflower, $4.4 pet crate. Tc ma toes, Florida, baakt crate, $4.00. Ittuoe. par dos., 0e. Par snips, turnips, carrots. 1q per dosen. Flor ida new beets, arroi. paraoipa. turnip. ic. . ir dus.. 71c HlLta-No. 1 groea 10: No. I cured, u. Llverweel Orala Market. Liverpool; June .-wheat spot, No. I red western, winter, nominal. Fu ture, baraly ateady; July, laUSd; Sep tember, blHd; December, 4 l"4d. CORN Spot, steady; dsw Aa.dcan mixed, via Oalveaton, ta tVtd. Futures, quiet; July, 6s6Vd; (Soptember. 6s 6Vid. Local Beearltles ' Igsiotatloas. Quetatlona rumlaho4 by Samssl Barn, jr., 414 . Mew York Lit. tall41ng, Omaha. via. ABBea. 1414 u is 104si ioi4 ll Wt-4 lot 14 lo. 4 ... 10 100 r?H "4 474 o tusk 104 44 V, 101) Cuoahy Pseklng Co. 6a 1414 Coluajibua, Nek., at. L. 4a 1424 Cltr ot Omaha bonda 4Via )t Cltf o( Omaha (s 1411 Douglaa t'ounty 4a 1421 y. A x. Bank stock, Lincoln Oat. Cltr Malt Co, 4 Kanaaa Cltr Rr. 4a 14U Nebraaka Telephone atock 1 Nebraaka Un Jarwrltera, Omaha Omaha Oaa ta 1417 Omaha B. L. A P. 40 1431 Omaha A C. B. St. Rr. 4 1(14.... Omaha A C. It. St. Br. la 1B?.... .Omaha A C. B St. Rr. ' 4 MSI Omaha A C. B. St. Hy. com. n ft n Omaha A C. B. St. Rr. B. fti .... i 44 Omaha Water Ca. Is 144 44 M Omaha Water Co. lat ( Bt tl Omaha B. of T. Blog. 6a. I4 108 10 Omaha P. B. A T. Co. to 1111 f! racltle T. T. 4a 111 TUj 17 Sheridan Coal ta 12 44 10 l.utk Oauha Savor 4HB ltM 141 Sloui Olty Stock VarSa old 1 I 40 llnloa Stock Yard Co., 6maha, 4 44 Metal Market. NEW TORK. June-18. METALS Thr wa a sharp advano In th London tin market, wtlh spot closing at 134 ia and futures at 136 16s. IxMislly firm, but quiet, at la9 3.S4j29.76. Th Ixindon copper market was lower again today, with spot at T8 10 and futures at 6$ 7a 6d. locally weak but unchanged; lake, $1I.27H31$ 2H; elec trolytic, $11. 00013. 26; casting. 12.76iQ1$.00. Lead wa unchanged at US 3a 4d In Lon don and steady at 4 8fti4.46 locally. Splter was unchanged In both markets, with spot at 21 17s fid In London and at $5.$7Vi96.42S locally. Iron wa unchanged at 48a $d for Cleveland warranta In the English market. Locally steady. No.' 1 foundry northern, $l.2tvtrl7.00; No. 2, $1.0O$i4.60; No. 1 south ern and No. 1 southern soft, $14.26j'14 60. Wool Market. BOSTON. June 18. Th Commercial Bul letin of Boston will say of the wool mar ket Saturday: Dealers who hav desirable wool either on spot or to arrive ar still making moderate slsed sales. Price ar generally strong, with consumers admit ting the prospect of a continuation of pres ent conditions. Th shipment of wool from Boston to Jun 18. Inclusive, were 121,116. 022 pounds, against 47,611,626 pounds for th same time last year. Th rolpt to Jun 14, Inoluslv. wer 172.146.271 pounds, against 6S.S31.493 pound th sams period last year. ST. LOmS, Jun- 1$.-WOOL-Qulet; ter ritory and western mediums. t4&o; fin mediums, 21fi24c; fine, 1642220. star and Molasses. NEW TORK. Jun ll.-SUOAR-IUw, easy; fair refining, ItAftl.tlc; centrifugal, 04 teat, 8.84t'3.t2o; molasses sugar, $11 9 I. 17c; rflned quiet; No. 4. 4.46c; No. T, 4 40c; No. 8. 4.26c; No. t. 4.30c; No. 14. 4 26o; No. II. 4 20c; No. 12, 4 16o; No. 14. 4.10c: No. 14, 4.10c; cut loaf, l.76o; crushed, 6. 66c; pow dered. K.OSc; granulated, 4.15c; cubes, i.Mo. MOLA8HK8 oteady; New Orleans, open kettle, good to choice. 2S42o. Oil al Roslaa. OIL CITT. Jun 18. OIL-Credtt feat ances. 1.3; runa. Ml, $32 bbla.; average, 168.1119 bbls.; shipment. 1M,641 bbls.; aver age 182.015 bbl. SAVANNAH. Oa.. Jun 11 -OILS-Tur-pentlne firm, U:c. ROSIN-Klrm. Quote: B, $2 T2H1 17H ; P, $3 18: K. $2 47HWI.66; F. $3 76M 00; O, MMXA4 06; H. $4 20; I, $4 4094.46; K. MM; N. $6.20; WO. $3.1640; WW, $6.$tfo.60. Peoria Orala Market. PEORIA, III., Jun 18.-CORN Higher; No. $ yellow, 74c; No. $ yellow. T2.; No. I. 74r; No. 2. 7Jc; No. 4. 72c; no grade, 4670V.e. OATS-Hlgher: No. $ whit, 66Hff7Ve; No. 4 Whit. 640. Bank CToartaar. OMAHA. June II Bank clearings for to day were $3.1M.$44M and for th corre sponding date last year 1 1. 444,407 H. "HOGS INSURED AGAINST DISEASE: nd othsr Llvs Block losarl sgtltuil accident and dl," , AddrB Ths Liv Stock lUdprocU TJn3srwrltr. 410 Vftltsd Bvk JBMsU Blotiz City, I.