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T1IK IIKK: . OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. ,WSK :!0. 1000.
CRAB AND PRODUCE MARKET Wheat Picki Up on Better Deaand from foreign Centcri. NEW CECP P2ICE3 LOOK BULLISH tora ball at Oprnlaa, hut Grows Firmer with A el va ace la kpal Iemaad Mow, llonrttr, aac Receipts Liberal. OMAHA, Juno . If03. Foreign demand la picking up (in and heat values gained strength on beitir i? " nd rnewed buying by longs. With stocks much depleted and with millers buying all the new wheal offere.1. U looks aa If tha new crop prices were to com I mi a high. New wheat in being contracted for at fancy price. Corn waa dull and weakened slightly at first, but grew firmer with the advance In wheat. Tha demand la slow and receipt fairly liberal. Wheat waa strong on higher cables and good export sales. Buying easily advanced firlees, canning shorts to covr. Demand much Improved and new wheat Is bring ing better prices than was expected. Torn was Inactive and held steady with the firmness In wheat. Offerings were fairly liberal early In the session. Weather conditions are of the best and reports show the growing rrop making fast progress. Primary wheat receipt were v.00 bu. and shlpmanta were 2MI.000 bu., against re ceipts last year of M6.000 bu. and shipments of 323,000 bu. Corn receipts were 534,0n0 bu. and ship ments were Ml.noo bu., against receipts lat ar of (78,000 bu. and rhlpmenla of 3..1.000 Clearances were 1.000 bu. of corn, none of oat and wheat and flour equal to 31,000 bu. LWerpol rinsed HiJMHd higher on wheat and unchanged on corn. Local range of options: $1 12-fi 1 11 Cash: No. 1 hard. IL,; No 1 tuithern. fl .,; N'i I northern, I1.27S; N'. 3 norlliern. II Z-Slj l.fc;1. HUAN-ln bulk 121 .'.Oil 3 00 CI.OI n- Klr-t r"nts, fill 40; second r nn nie, In V..'. M. first clt-ais, 15.06435.25; ond Cieare. 3." Cru 5 V. MF. 4,T1IKII iTIIK CiHI1 DKI.T Fair rrobsbly Wednesday, with Coa tlnsatlnn of Warm. OMAHA. June . 1909. I.'ght Bin! ec.-ut.red showers occurred w Ithln the 'set tw enty-four hours In thte extreme mrtrtwest. the central valleys, southern slstes end along the tipper At 'BMtic cut. Generally fair weather pre valls In nil portltons this morning, except light lalni are falling In North Dakota rtnd on the south Atlantic coast. The e enther eititlniics warm In all sections and tmperat i;re are somewhat higher every where except In the lower lke region and wesicrn Csnsrllnn provinces, where they aie sllglitly lower than on Monday morn ing While the weather will continue some what tinpettlcd In this vicinity this after noon, the outlook Is favorable for generally fair tonight and Wedcneday and continued warm. Record of temperature and precipitation compared with the corresponding day of the last three years: 1909 190(1. 190T. 190 Minimum temperature .... 73 57 W 6. Precipitation 00 .00 .OH T Normal temperature for today, frees. Hifl'lcnry In precipitation since 1. .7!t Inch. Excess corresponding period 1908, Inches. Deficiency corresponding period In 1907, 8. 13 Inches. 1 A. WELSH. Local Forecaster 76 de-March 1.08 Artiolea.1 Open. Hlgh. Low. Close ! Tes y. Wheat-! J U I y a Sept.. Corn July.. Sept. Oats . July.. Sept.. 1M '. Id t(M 109 1 N 1 03 1 04 1 WH 1 vVfc 1 0.1V, 7H S7H 67H 67"t 04 S4 64 U 64 7 47 44V4 4H 47 404 40S 404 404 404 Omaha Cash Prices. WHEAT No. t hard, $1.24-91 M; No. 8 bard. ti.Mejl.z4; No. 4 hard, IM0&1.U; No. I spring. 8i.2afri.28. CORN-No. 8, MtWc, No. 8, 664c: No. 4. KHe; no grade, 4t?65c: No. 8 yel low, ffiV7e; No. 8 yellow; a4tr7c ; No. 8 white, 704fJ70Vio: No. 8 white, 7047040. OATS No. 8 mixed, 474&484c: No. 8 yellow,. 41!'494c; No. 8 white, 4344c; No. 4 white, 47480. HYB-No. 8, 7!r74c; No. 8, 76780. Carlot Receipts. Wheat.Corn.Oats. Chicago 4 847 M Minneapolis 190 Omaha 1 64 18 DuiiiUi U CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Coaalderable Strvagta la shersra la Wheat Market. CHICAOO, III., June 28. Aw unexpectedly liberal decrease In the world a vlsiulo sup ply of wheat and bufcUsh foreign news in spired considerable strength In the wheat market here today, final quotations show ing net galua of l'14o to 14U14c Corn and provisions also closed firm, but oats were easy. The wheat market opened firm with prices bp 4o to o compared with yesterday's tlnal figures, tha Initial strength being largely due to an unexpected advance of 4 to 4 pence at Liverpool. The failure of 'he Liverpool market to respond to the slump of a cent or more here on the previous aeeslon was said to have been the result of unfavorable crop conditions In France, Uermany and Hungary. Crop condltlona In this country, however, were again extremely favorable, the weather throughout the greater part of the winter Wheat belt having become settled and the offlolal forecast was for continued fair weather. During e.ie first half hour there waa quit general selling based on the favorable outlook for the new crip, vhlch caused considerable weakness, par secularly p the July delivery., Fob. a. time sentiment waa rather mixed, but toward midday a string tone developed and prices started upwards. A decrease of nearly 7.000,000 bushels In the world's avallablo stocks was one of tha chief reasons for the charge In sentiment. Other factors that contributed to the upturn were lightor country acceptance, large aales of cash wheat to millers and an unconfirmed ru mor of black rust In the wheat fields of Minnesota. The market closed strong with prices almost at the ton. Corn was weak early In the day, but be came firm during the final hour of the session and closed at net gain of a shade to half cent compared with yesterday's final quotations. Oats were weak all day. At tha close prices were unchanged to o lower. Provisions closed strong, with prices a shade lower to 23Ho higher than yester day's close. The leading futures ranged aa follows: Cora and Wheat Hegloa Balletla. For Omnha, Neb., for the twenty-four hours ending st 8 m., 73th meridian time, Tutsday, June 29. 1909: OMAHA DISTRICT. Temp Rain Mux. Mln fall. B'ntlnns Asl.land, Neb W 71 .53 Aiiimrn. Neb H M ,'J0 Rr'iken Row. Neb. 90 68 .00 Columbus. Neb. . 91 V7 .00 Culbertson, Neb.. H7 71 .00 Falrburv, Neb... !3 M Cfi Fairmont. Neb... 91 t .00 dr. Inland, Nob.. 9.1 B7 .00 H'tlncton, Neb.. HS 68 .00 Hsstlnus. Neb.... 93 3 .00 Holdreco, Neb.'... 91 74 .00 Oakdale. Neb .... 90 68 .00 Omaha. Neb Si! r .00 Tekamah. Neb... 87 68 .00 Alta. la 87 66 .00 Carroll. Ia M 64 .00 Clhrlnda. Ia 87 6 .00 Hlblev. Ia 86 66 .00 8loux City, Ia... 84 71 .00 Minimum U-mperature for Pky. Clear Pt. cloudy Pt. cloudy Clear Clear Vt. cloudy Pt. cloudy Pt. cloudy Clear Cloudy Clear I't. cloudy Pt. cloudy Clear Clear Clear Clear Cl.-sr Clear twelve-hour period ending at a. in. Not Included in averages. DISTRICT AVERAGES No. of Temp. Rain. Central. Stations. Max. Mln. Inahes. Chlcngo. Ill 26 88 S. T Columbus. O 17 68 .26 Des Moines, Ia.... i 8 68 .06 Indianapolis. Ind.. H SO 72 .01 Kaneas City. Mo.. 19 90 68 .04 LotiisvUie, Ky 18 90 70 .12 Omaha. Neb 18 90 68 .0?. m. Louis, Mo 13 90 70 .14 Articles. I Open. I High. Low. Cloae.) Yes'y. Whest July Rept. Dec. Cot n July Pept, Deo. eoi July Hept Deo. JcV July Sept. J.ily Sept. ih July Sept. 1 Wsi ITmia;, 1 49H '4.14'4 1 1841 1 14411 164 1 WWl W44 1 084 19 M 20 10 70S G84 49V 4:iS 434 20 20 20 48 11 (0 I 11 70 U 66 I 11 7ft es4 4841 4.1 4341 484 4 434 4 43&4l 434 19 8741 24 174f 1 96 tO 10 tO 424! 20 20 I 11 6741 11 70 I 11 6!4 I 11 6241 11 76 I 11 -,4 11 0741 11 10 I 11 00 I 11 0741 11 074 lu iu iu 8vl iu w4l 10 70V 674 6S4 494) 1 15 I 104 1 084 704 67H B8i31i4 494 The weather continues warm throughout the corn and wheat region. Showers oc- curred i All districts since the last report. L. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau. NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET Quotations on Various NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS Considerable Actirity it Shown Industrial Group. in BUYING SIDE CAUSES GAIN Xewa that Sagrar Trnst Will probably Not Bo Prosecotea lias Favorablo Kffert oa Soaar Stock Lead Market Better. Not 0h ouotstlons were as follows: FLOUR Steady; winter patents. 86.40rfj 76: winter straights, 6 HKfU aS; spring pat ents. 84.006.80; spring straights, 4.BO(Jii.lO; bakers. U40ii6.80. BARLEY Feed or mixing. 634c; fair to choice malting, ft(t8e. SEEDS Flax. No. 1 southwestern. $1 1564: No. 1 northwestern, $1,664- Tlomihy, J3.80. Clover. $10 7S. PROVISIONS Mess Pork, oer bbl.. 130.16 O30.174. Lard, per 100 lbs.. $11 70. Khort ribs, sides (loose!. Ill 07411. 124- . Short clear sides (boxed), 811.6011.76. Total clesrsncea of wheat and flour were eoual to 81,000 bu. Primary receipts were 8S4, bu.. compared with 865,000 bu. the corresponding day a year ago. The world's visible supply, as shown by Bradstreet's, decreased .M40W bu. . fe.stiinaled re eipts for tomorrow: wheat, 4 cam; corn, lo cars; oata, 1 cars; hogs, HOO be4. 4. Loala Ooneral Market. ST. LOCI8. June 29.-WHi:AT-IIlgheri track. No. 8 reer, cash, nominal, new, $110; old, $1.61: No. t hard. $1 21'jl SI, nom inal: July. $i.U4VlU-; toepteiuW, (1.UU4 CORN Ixiwr)s trck. No. I cash, 7144 72c; No, 2 while, l4c, July, V47wci 8ep tember, 6t o,'. J OATS Lvwer; track. No, I cash. 6040 (lc; No. 8 white. fc4; July, 44o; tember, 4tS- 4 RYB Nominal. K& FLOUR Dullt red winter patents. $6 TOO; extra fancy and stralglit, t6.76U4.40; hard winter clears. $4 7146 10. SUED Timothy, $2.7U$26. CO RN M K A L $8 60. BHAN ICaay; sacked, east track. $1.10. HAY Weak; tlinuthy. 1mmu17.; prai rie. $lOWrt JX . BAtKJL.O 74e- Hr.MP TWINF-7c. PKUV13ION-Pork, steady; Jobbing. $.5. . Lard, higher; prime steam, $11.40 11 iA. I TV' sail meats, steady; boxnd ex tra shorts, ll34; clear ribs, $11624: short Ciena, $11. 7i. Bacon, steady; boxed extra . short, 112 6X4; Clear ribs, IL1.U4, short clears. 111 75. I-Ol'L'l'HY k"irm;chlckens. I24c: springs, 16i 20c; turkevs. lrc; ducks, lc; geese.. 40. BUTTER Steady: creamery, 21j2flc. KUJtl Higher, -i4o. . caes Includsd. 4 Receipts. Biiiymenis of the Day Commodities NKW TOnK, June 29,-FLOUR-Recelnts, 2S.3(K) hbls.; exports. 1.600 bbl a.; the market held firm with a moderate local trade; Min nesota patents, $6.ZTf)6.60; winter straights, $6.6n!76.86; Minnesota bakers, $S.3TSG.6fi; winter extras, $4.N646-76; winter patenta, $. 7:7.00; w inter low grades. $6.601 65. Ilye 'lour, steady; fair to good, $4.601.70, choice :o fancy, $4.80(&6.00. COItNMKAIj Steady; fine white and yel low. $1.661.70; coarse, $1.551.00; kiln dried, $3.80. II YE Dull; No. t western, 97c, nominal, f. o. b.. New York. BARLEY Quiet; malting, 85087c; a I. f., New York. WHEAT Receipts, 34,00 bu.; spot mar ket firm; No. 2 red. old, $L47 elevator, atxt $1.47 e, O'-ev afloat nominal;- No. t red, new, $1,224 and August; No. 1 northern Duluth. old. $1.38 nominal, f. o. h. afloat; No. 2 hard winter, old, $1.36 nominal f. o. b. afloat. Rig commission houses who sold wheat yesterday were large buyers of Sep tember and December today, causing sharp advances In these contracts. There was a good cash trade besides and final prices showed 14o to lc net rise. July closed at $1 26, September closed at $1.1S4. December closed at $1.17, May closed at $L18. CORN Receipts. 23, 7W bu ; npot market steady; No. 2. old, 814c In elevator and 80o f. o. b. afloat. No. 1 new, 66c, winter shipments. Option market waa without transactions, closing partly 4c net lower. July closed at 79o, September closed at 7640, December closed at 68c. OATS Receipts. 79.800 bu.; spot market steady; mixed, 26'ij.'!2 pounds, 60c, nominal; natural white, 2 Su'i2 pounds, KiTZo; clipped white, 84142 pounds, 6048064e. FEED Steady; spring bran, $26.85; mid dlings. $27.85; city. $27.60. HAY Dull: No. 8, 75S'80c; good to choice, WK'Mo. HOPS- Stendv. 1907. nominal; Paclfla coast, 1908, lffl4o; 1907, 6810e. HIDES Firm; Bogota, JO' 204c ; Cen tral America, 214c. LEATHER Steady: acid. 23229c. PROVISIONS Keef, steady; family, $1 ,d 4)14.60; mess, $11. 00'u 11.50; beef hams, UiM 61 128.00; packet. $12.50fh 13.00; city, extra cut India mess, $20.60".i21 00. Cut meats, steady; Elckled bellies, $12 HHil2 75; hams. $12.50. ard, rauy; western, $11.M911.95; refined firm; continent. $12.40; South America, $13.25: compound, $3,009-8.15. Pork unquiet ; family, $21.0tV322.00; short clear, $21.0023.00; mess, $2 1.00ft 21. 50. TALIOW Easy; city, t 8-16CJ country, IK-16in6 18-16c. RICE Firm; domestln, fair to extra, 8 464c; Japan, nominal. BUTTER Firm; receipts, 27,212 packages; creamery extras, 2T&254c CHEESE Steady; receipts. 8,801 pkgs.; new state full cream specials, 184oM44e. EC1QS Firmer; receipts. 19.964 cases; atte. Pennsylvania and nearby selected white, fair to choice. 84(S27c: brown and mixed. 234i244c: western extra firsts, tHJ tV4e: flrBis. 214i 22c; seconds. )W204e. POULTRY Alive, firm, but prices not iahllliel: dressed. steady to firm: western chickens, broilers, lSf24c; fowls, 16U164c; turkeys, H'(j20o. NEW YORK, June ). Such expansion of activity and Interest as occurred in tne day s stock market were traceable to the dealings In the Industrial group and In a number of specialties. Ilie growth of activity came iroin the buying side of the market and a fair showing 01 suusiaim gains In prices ss the result. Horn Its inceDilon amoiiKst the stocas of a dormant and obscure classs, the de mand issued Into the better known In dustrials, especially of those dealing In tne metals and with later and 11101 a pro nounced effect In United States steci. Tne news In the market, such as it a8, fol lowed thla movement Instead of preceding them and this kept up the Impression ot the narrow and protesslonal nature of the market. Reading, meantime which was practically the only prominent siock which rose yesterday was held back throughout the sesKion. The May state ment of Reading earnings showed some falling off in surplus compared with the same month last year but the action ot the stock win attributed rather 10 tha effect of proflttaklng than to any posi tive depression cauxed by the figures. American sugar was prompt to rexpnnd favorably to the pithlinhed reports that the statute of limitations has not been found to operate as a bar to the pro posed criminal prosecution by the federal authorities for the acts disclosed In the Pennsylvania Refining eompuny's liti gation. The advance In both classes of the sugar stock were followed by Ameri can beet sugar and then by a large number of minor Industrials. The min ing and smelting group was affected first In the copper and smelting sections. Keports of better conditions In the lead market owing to the working down of stocks on hand, the resulting prospects of a rise In the price, were an Influence In this movement. Use was made of ttie claim that such an Improvement in the lead market Is a usual precursor of an Increase In demand for copper. The cop per stocks consequently shared in the strength caused by the lead adviceB al though Immediate reports from tlv cop per trade were less satlslacti and prices of the metal declined ' London. There was current again lit stock ex change district an often prevalent rumor of a proposed combination of a large num ber 01 companies outside or thw United States Steel corporation wbloh are con cerned with the Iron and steel Industry ine reNM-rence 01 tnis rumor had ttie eti-jrt of advancing the price of United mates steel apparently from the belief that suoh a combination If effected would work In harmony with the big corpora tion rather than In competition with it. Oreater centralization of control would be looked for from such an arrangement. United States steel preferred shares In strength of the common stock. This move ment proved to be Impressive and affected sentiment towards the whole market, al though the list still failed to make a comprehensive response. Money markets are so little ruffled by the near approach of the half yearly settlements that the promise or sustained abundance has some stimulating effect on the securities mar ket. There were slight advances today In ine private discount rate in mils and in Berlin, but the rates In London receded and the extreme ease of the New York money market was undisturbed. The rising tendency In the wheat market was In face of highly encouraging advances regarding the grain crops. The good crop news was of some heln to stocks. The large Influence of the notable Advance In the steel stocks did not dissipate en tirely the Irreaular tone of the market The variety of the demand for bonds waa taken to show some re-Investment In an tlclpatlon of July distribution of nroflta. Total salea of bands. Dap value. 15.466.. united States bonds were unchanged on call. Number of salea and leading quotations on siocks were aa toiiowsi atiea. HlxB. Lew. Clou. prices firmer. American securities were strong. I'AkIS, June 29 There was a better tone on the iiourse today. The private rate of discount la 14, an advance of 4 point. fc e w York Money Market. NEW YORK. June tsi -MONEY-On call, easy at lai per cent; ruling rate. 14 per cent; closing bid, 14 per cetit; offered at 8 per cent. TIMK UJAN Dull and steady; sixty days. I'1f24 per cent; ninety days, !44ji per cent; six months 3i34 per cent. PRIM K MERCANTILE PAPER 84S4 p cent. STKHLINCJ KXCHANGK Steady, with actual business In bankers' bills at $4 8of0 g4.0 for slxty-dsy bills and at $4 8815 for demand; commercial bills. $4.8641 4.864. SII.VKR Bar, 52c; Mexican dollars. 44c. BONDS Oovernment. steady; railroad. firm. Closing Quotations on bonds today were m folinwt: V. 8. !. rea, l"14Japmn 4i So Pi upon linn do ' . 8 .1, ri 1"14 do IJ serin 4a coupon J014L. 8 deb 4 1M1 . 8 Is, rf IK u N tint. 4 . 4o crxipon 1K4M . K T Al-CIl. Ut (I 4 'So lt rot. 4 A IB. Af. ( Am. T T. Am. Tobacco 4. .. do Atrhtona fen. 4.- do 8. U 1st 4 60 cv. 4t do cv. 6 At. C L. Ut 4.. lit I. Ohio 4.... 00 am do s w. IV41. .. Brk. Tr. CT. 4i.... rudft so. 1st Is.. Ven. of (Is. . . . Central Letthftr fii. C. ol N. J. I W HI. L. 8. W c. 4s.... T' (Tien. 4i Ohio 44B. ...I'! do 1st sol 4 7H Chlcsjo A A. IHS.. 79hord A. L. ... "Hi P., B a q. ). 4 ii8r Pai-lftc col. 4t.... 'H Mas. P. g. to do. lot rer. 4a w .. R. I. 4V P. e. 4.. v,Fo. R.H.-iy it Ill do col. Is pt do sen. 4k ZTfc do rfJs. 4s M Union Psrlfle 41 W ct'C. St. L. g. 4o. do ct. 4i li4 Colo. lid. & Colo 1114. 4f. :. r. d. a it. ct. 4s. do 1st rsf, 4s. I). A K- O 4s. Pi tillers' 6a ... Rrls I. I. 4s... 1 sen. 4a... do cv. 4a series A. do series B 73 Muo 'i.'ioo too "24 1S24 1174 124 )4 2) 774 ..... 11 163 '4 644 140 U4 li 44 6 4 9 62 Kansas City Grain aad Provisions. KANSAS CITY. Mo.. June 29. WHEAT Nominally unchanged; No. 8 hard. $1.28 j l.Se; No. 8 hard,, ii rni st; n 1 rea. si a fei :i0; No. $ red. $l.20al-26. CORN Uncnangea 10 two nignrr; no. 1 mixed. 66: No. 8 mixed. M4e; No. 8 white, 604'u70c; No. 8 white, BMk)p. OATa Unchanged to o lower; iso. 1 white, 63'(V5c; No. 8 mixed, 44!ijic RYE buii vie - H AY Unchanged; cholre timothy, $18.00 $13 60; choice prairie. $11. 2fj 11.60; choice alfalfa, new, $12.0u& 13.00. IlUTTER Crwamcry extras. 23c; firsts, 2Jc: seconds. 19c; packing stock, 18c. F.GUS Steady at 214o: flreta. l4o; cur rent receipts, 174e; seconds and dirties. 16o. v Receipts. Shipments Wheat, bu "0 40WK) Corn, bu ....80OH0 88 000 Oata. bu 7.000 $.000 Leading quotations were as ioiiows: Articles. Open. I High. I Low. Close Wheat July , September 1 lecember September December. 1 074 1 04'. 1 014 644 624 ! 634 Allls-cnaltnars p'4 too 514 1 61.4 AmslKsmaU4 Copper 4,100 83 tl American Axricultural 1,000 444 Am. Hoot Susar 11.700 444 4SH Am. Can p(4 1.800 fl t , Am. O. & r (00 66H Is Am. Cotton Oil ,") 75H 144 Am. H U pfd It") i! 42 Am. Ira Sacurltlaa. too 19 !tvi AmaHcan Unsaed 1.3W 174 IT1 Amarlcan Locomotlva T0 60 - M4 Am. a. A H 11. M0 2S 04 Aa. i R pfd 10 H'- lioi. Am. 8ugar KeflnlDf IX 121 124 '4, Am. T. tt T. 4,i)0 142'4 H'-, Am. Tobacro pfd T'i 101 liii American Woolen 100 M4 14 14 Anaconda Mining Co 1.5'K) 4 48 Atchison t.V'O 114 115 Atchison pf4 l.(M m l"6't Atlsntlc Cxaat Una 2 U 12 Maitimora a Ohio 7.7UO J in1 Bal. Oblo pit I Bethlehem Steel 1,200 31 4 hroiiklyn Rapid Tr lo.SOO 80 Canadian Psnlho l.niO 182 Central Leather 1,600 31 4 Central Laather pfd-... Central of New Jeraer. Chesapeake Ohio.... Chicago A Alton Chlcio Ot. W Chlraso A N. W C, H. St. P 4.M0 164 C, 0., a tt St. I Colorado P. 1 4.no 444 Colorado A 80 too (414 Colo. A 80. 1st pfd Colo. 80. Id pfd Consolidated Oaa 2 701 Ul' Corn Producta l.tQ 23V, Delaware Hsdaos 1,K 1S PanTrr A Rio Orande l.fO 414 P. aV R. O. pfd 400 t4 DlBtlllera' Bacurltlsa I.tflo 404 Erie 6.400 ! Erie lat pfd 1,400 624 Erie td pfd General Electric "0 la 44 Great Northern pfd 4.200 149, 149 Great Northern Ore c(S.... l.iO 74 16 Illinois Central 9"0 Ui 14s4 Interboroush Met. l.toO U's 14S Int. Met. pfd 16.400 61 6014 International Hanrester ... 1 15 K Int. Msrlna pfd 100 ItVe 144 International Paper International Pump Iowa Central Kansas City Southern.., K. C. 80. pfd LuuliTllle N Minn. Bt. L M., St. P. 8. M ... Missouri Psclflo M . K. A T M . K. ft T. pfd National Biacult National Lead N R. R. of M. 1st pfd. New York Central N Y . O W Norfolk w North American Northern Paclfla Pacific Mall PennaylTanla People's Gss P . C. C. a Bt L Preeaed Steel Car Pullman Palace Car.... Railway Btael Spring....' Reading ,. Republls ftteel ' Republic Steel pfd -. Rock Island Co Rock lalaad Co. pfd . .-. St. U S F. 24 pfd.. St. L. S. W St. L. I. W. pld Slora-Sheffleld I. A I., Southern Pacific 80. Pacific ptd ......... So. Railway i.toe 314 So. Railway pfd 1"0 ?H Tenneseee Copper 14 ri Texae A Pacific 0 t T , St. U A W - 47 T , St. L. A W. pfd 40 4 t'nloa Pscine ,.. it,To4 I44 t'nlon Pacific pfd 1104 UU4 I', g. Realty , V. S Rubber.. . 16.400 l'O 10O 4"00 mo , LfkiO o 00 J!4 t'4 4i4 724 141 M4 414 II f"0 1H 1 rs! 1 1 W4 M4t RaV ' &J4I 1 vt 1 twv 1 04 1 0 4 1 034 1 '4B 6T4! 2 I 241 64WA 634R Plourv bbla. Wheat.; bM. ., Corn,, bu,' .. Oata, b. .. 8.:t3 . t.m ...iS'.vd ,-.lJ04 9,11) i.70l v tirsee,i Qrala Market. LTVRRrOOr June 89.-W1I EAT-gpot. No. 2 rax western winter, nominal; futures, steady; July. Vs.. V1.; September, 8s., 7Vd.; l mbar. aa., id. Cork 4Spet. new American mixed, via Calwton, steady, 4a.. 44d : futures, quiet; July, aa.,- 8d.j Heplenibar. ts., 4d. . Mlaaeayalla Grata atavrket. x4INN:A$OLI9. June fl. WHEAT iuly, sytataUrer, li.12; IoeuUer, Philadelphia Provlaioa Harket. PHILADELPHIA. Pa. June -RI"l'-TER Steady: western creamery and oear bv prints. 27o. Rtic.i Firm. 4c higher: Pennsylvania and other nearby firsts, free cases, tlo at mark; current recelpfa In returnable cass. tic at mark; current receipts, tree cases, 20-lc at mark. Cll EElC ftcgdy; New York full cream choice, lip; fair to good. !244jl3c 1.6 S64 ii.otio 1U4 ' joo M0 S'4 l0 1J2'4 Jl 3 1.10 1S44 1,700 1144 4') 434 100 11 ' 1O0 414 . 73. I O 117 ,' .710 l, ' 100 tH . 4710 's , 1,04 1IV4j wo 4:1s S' 17 S I4 4) .'S . 4S.o i.ioo !l4 ss 294 44 74 14"4, (4 n 724 41 7 '64 1224 'iiii 14 ism 114 l:ms 114 424 110 62 24 44 44 aa 74T4 414 64 4'4 1WV, 1-1 142S 10'S 14 41 1154 1IWU 12SL, M'4 o 182 va 114 104 2D3 174 474 71 44U . M4 14014 z:'4s 4S 19 14 624 4!4 114 149U J4 W4 84 4 lfi4 ls 24 4t4k 141 6a 13K4 71 .an 10T S4 iu 11344 624, SV Ss (2 IMS 14 1H 114 1 41 110 4:114 34 J4 M 100 1 4 , K 6 4 1114 OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET Fat Cattle Generally Slow, with Prices Steady to Easier. H0QS AEE STEADY TO ITVE LOWER .hees Coatlaae ilow eellera, While Vetera Art Graaaally Worklag Dswi to a I.ower Basle for All Grades. SOUTH OMAHA. Juna , IP- Receipts were: Offlclsl Monday ... Estimate Tuesday . 101 do ten. 44s c. 4s. lviViMo. Pacific 4s .. "ef y c. a 1V ... ..1114 do deb. 4s . .PUsM. T. T 4HS sew. .. 14H N. T.. N. H. A M. ..uss. cv. 1M4 ..ll N. A W. 1st con. 4a . .. H od tr. 4a 4 ..l'4No. Pacific 4a I"i4 .. M do Is 14i .. "Sf S. L. rfd. 4a ... 4i .. 7VPenn. . 1V.S 1415.. H . .10't "do con. 4s W4) ..114 Readme sen. 4S I0OH "'st u s r. tt s. 77 do 1st A ref .... llltl!. S. Rubber 4s ctfs..l'f4 4v,sHt' t. Steel Id 6s 1S lnd't Va -Cam. chem. 6a... SI .....t014Wahsali 1st ts 1IJ14 .... IV( do let A ax. 4a 774a. 7 Western Md. 4s V .... CTViWsst. Elec. CT. la.... 4 77 Wis. Central 4s 154 Armour 4s 4.s C. B A q. s. 4a... i" 6 77 6 Dli 8 88 6 18 6 So 4 3o 6 16 6 VI 6 83 I 6 20, R S7I 6 80 t 86 a. 61 K tl IS 89 IS 2 t 681 E 82 4.11 6 S21 6 14 7 644 6 M IS 441 6 30 6 11 The followi.. table shows the average price of hogs at Pouih Omaha for the last several days, with comparisons; Oen. Klec. ct. Is I4C4C. A O. ref. 6s 1"1S II. t en. 1st ref. 4s.. M"r. A R. O. ref Is... e44 Int. M4. 4v,s 794 N. R. R. of M. 4a.. "4 Int. M. M. 4s 'JSSt. L. A S F. g 6s.. sot, K. C. Sn. 1st Is 74,o. Psclflo cv. Ctfa...l024 Bid. Offeree. Losdoa Stock MarVef, LONDON. June 29. The market for Amerlran securities opened unchanged to 4 higher, with business rather ltgnt. The movement of prices ruled Irregular nd at noon the market was dull with prices 4 lower to 4 higher compared with the New York closing. London clOBing stocks: Consols, money ....84 -! Mo., Ksn. A Teiaa.. 41 do account lAuf.1.44 -fciiNew York 1 entrsi....is' Ansronda Norfolk A western.. 114 Atchison Hi do pfd vo do pld inavt Ontario a wallers... l4 Baltlmwe A Ohio. ...1W4 PannsylTanta .... Cansdlsn Psrtfla . .,184 Rsnd Mines Cheaapaaka A Ohio... TDXReadlns Chi. Creat Western.. 84 Southern Railway Chi.. Mil. A St. P..l do pfd Ie Rears Denser A Rio a. do pfd ,. Brie do let pfd do td pfd Orand Trunk . .. Illinois Central .. LouisTille A Nash. 14 Southern Pantlo 494 in H4 . 14 , 704 l"4 4S4tinlon Psclflo 1M lit do pfd . Vi 8. Steel . 14 do pfd .. . 44 Wabash ... . 13 do ptt . . 161fefpenlah 4a .144 Amel. Copper 105 ... 9 ...1274 ... 21 ;.'."!;;!i7t, SILVER Har, quiet at 23 15-1im1 per ounce. MONET 14 per cent. The rate of discount In the open markt for short and three months' bills Is 1 9-10$ 1 per cent. Boston Storks and Bonds. BOSTON. June 29. Money, caU loans. 2 f?3 Dr cent: time loans, 84x5 per cent. Official closing: ' v' Atcblmn adj. 4s S3 . Ailmiei do 4s .1004 Aenalfminated Atrhletn R. R HI4Arlaona Com, do pfd H"4 Atlantic Boston A Albany If Butto Coalition ... Boston Elaratad 124 Cal. A Arlsona.... ritchturc pfd HO401. A Hecla N. Y.. N. H. A H...171 Centennial t'nlon Pacific lM4Copper Banre Am. Irae. Chem 44 j)aly West Am. Pneu. Tube I Isle Royals Amer. Sugar .1274.ejaes. Mining do pfd J?4 4tDihise Amsr. Woolen H Mohawk' do prd '...lOHismnt.'C. A C pomtnion I. A ., 14 -,N everts Kill son Elec. , Illu,,..l4 ad.IiMmlnloa-- Benersl BlectrioJ....aeii jwreoia Maaa. Electrlo do pfd .... Mass. Oaa ... I tilted Knilt United 8. M. do pfd tr. 8. Btnel.. do afd Advenlure ... g34TInlty 7VTite4 Copper ..... 48-4 1.' S.- Mining.. ,....144"i tl...f... i4Plsh M4 Victoria at Winona ... lit Wolverine v.... IS North Butte ... .. 41 .. 124 .. 4 .. S.-.4 . .103 ..60 .. 324 .. 12 .. 4 .. 14 .. 14 .. IK .. 4S .. 20 14 ., 64 ..1K5 ... U41 .. 10 .. 4H ... 824 ... 41 .. 44 ... 64 ...14H ... 674 Local Securities Qnotatloos. Qnotttlons furnished br Ssmue Barns, Jr., New Ytrk Life building, Omaha. Cudahy Packing Co. 6s 1824 ColumMia, Neb , K L. 6a 126 City of Omaha bonds 44 1 City of Omaha 6a 1(12 Pouglas county 4s 1824 F. A M. Bank atock. Lincoln Gate City Malt Co. 4 Kansaa City Ry. 6a ltll Nebrsaka Telephone stock 4 Nebraaka CnJerwrttera, Omaha Omaha Oaa la 1117...- Omaha S. L. A P. 6e ltll Omaha A C. B St. Ry. is 1914 Omaha ft C. R. St. Ry. 6a 1924 Omaha A C. B. Bt. Ky. pfd I Es-dlv. Omaha A C. B. St. Ry com. 4 .... Omaha A C. B. St. Ry. A B. pfd 4... Omaha Water Co. 6a 1144 Omaha Water Co. 1st pfd... Omaha B. of T. Bldf. Co. pfd Omaha B. P. A T. Co. 4a 1117 Sheridan Coal Is HI I South Omaha Sewer 44a 124 Sloua Clly Stock Yards pfd e...'. Union Stock Tsrda So., Omaha. 4 Bid Asked 94 4 sv. 10DV4 II 1024 "T4 74 '74 , 1(10 4 l4i , S 454 . 4 14 100 6 1014 loj, 101 1 ion 4 vs 4 ino 101 100 4 Tl 4 4 n 103 0 M 1KI 10014 101 U K) I N New York Mining; Stoeka. NEW YORK, June 29. Closing quotations on mining stocks wre: Alloa 171 t.esdvtlle Cos Brunswick Con I Uttle Chief . Com- Tunnel atock... Mexican do bonds II ontsrto Con. Cal. A Vs. 15 Ophlr Horn Bllrer 13 standard Iron Silver 140 Yellow Jacket Offered. ... 4 ... T ...!0 ...16 ...140 ...176 ... 60 1M 1M lie 104 114 71 41 174 8 814 7114 1"4S4 SC VI 4, 4H 874 ass. 24 V. S Steel lll.tnt) (Si, SJT, r. S. Steel pfd 1.1" 154 1-'H ftah Copper 'V 414. 4S4 Va -Carolina Chemical M ".4 '44 Wabash 1 T') H4 4 Wabaaa pfd I.Oia) M 17 Western Maryland 8.M0 Ui 12' WesllnihcuM Eiectrls a) S6 ei Wsetem t'nlon Wheeling ALE Wisconsin Ctntral ) 46 66 Total sales for the day, 611.100 share. 113 1:144 M 14 94 44 lk l 344J 144 47 47 " v, eit 154 IH44 64 MXa; 44 1IM 4t4 644, 21 6' 4 U'4 14 "4 10 66 Treasury Statement. WASHINGTON, June 29. Today's state ment of tie treasury balance In the gen eral fund, exclusive of the 1160.000,000 gold reserve, snows: Gold coin and bullion 844.727,407: available cash balance, in,a23,6og gold certificates, 871,163.27)0. Dank Clearings. OMAHA. June 29. Bank clearings for to day were 12,047,746 07 and for the corres ponding date last year si.tw.tus.BW. Cotton Market NEW YORK. June 84). The cotton mar ket opened barely steady at a decline of &i10 points and showed a net decline of 6u'tl8 Dolnts during the early sesHlon as result ot heavy realising and selling for a turn on the idea that a reaction was UKeiy before the holidays and the government July report. A few leading bulls were la rue buyers, but prices held within point or two of the lowest during the mid die of the morning, with the tone unset' tied. Hpot closed quiet; middling uplands, 12c midland gulf. 12.2&C: sales. 851 balea. Futures ouened barely steady: June. U.60ull.0c; July, 11.4Sc; August, 11.63c; Sp- tember, 11. mc; octoDer, u wc; L'ecemner, 1168c; January, 11.65c; March, 11.62c; May, U.usc. Futures closed barely steady; June, 11.66c; Jul, 11.47c; August, 1160c: Septemyer, 11.60c; October. 11.4ic; November, ii.dic December, llf3c; January, 114c; March 11.60c: May. 1163c. GALVESTON, Tex., June 28.-COTTON- lllpner. lle. 6T. LOC1S. June 8 COTTON-Hlg-her middling. 114c; sales, none; receipts, 8,014 bales; shlpmeuta, 8,014 baleso; stock, 27, Ua paiea. Visible Supply of ilraln. NEW YORK, June 2.-8pecUI cable an Peoria Market. PEORIA, III . June . CORN Lower; No. 8 yelluw. 7ic; No.. J yellow. 724c; No 8. 72l.c; No. 4. 714c; o grade, 7c. OAT3-Lower. No. while. 6140214: No. 4 white, 6O0. Dnlata Grain . Market. Pl'LUTH. June 29. r WHEAT July, 81 274; September, 8113; No. 1 northern, tl 8V: No I northern, 1.W OAT-X 1 telegraphlo communications received by Hradstreet's hli.iw the following changea In available supplies, aa compared with Dre vlous sx'count: Wheat I'niled Stales, enst U.i.iliU, " . A . . n... .... . 1 .... , .. Cleaned 71:1.000 bu. Tola I nlted Statea an IONDON. June 29 Money was wanted Canada decreased 2.H16.UO0 bu. Afloat for on the market today for monin-niil req'ilre-1 and In Kurope tlecreased 4.0U0 000 bu. Total ment. Ilacounts were steady. The volume j American and European supply decreased of business on the Stock exchange as : 6 1o.ij0 bu. Corn I'nited States and steady . Uiiitsh and foreign rails and 1 Canada decreased 214. 0U) bu. Oats I'niled Kaffirs yielded to selling pressure, but Htates and Canada decreased 8.n6t.000 bu. the latter as well as foreigners closed The leading im'reases and decreases rev firmer on continental support. Crand Trunk ported this week follow: . Increases 4'leve and Canadian Haclflc beneflte.1 on the May land bfi.Ouu bu. Oecrt-aaes Chicago private 8.403 8.0U0 6.403 4 478 Hogs. Bheop. i.tfl 6.iV) .04) 14.41 9.VJ0 16,433 6,M 9.C.75 6WI iee t:M 14.WM 8.43 M.tiS 6,414 Two da- this week.., Bame davs last week..., ame davs 2 weeks sgo.. nme days 8 weeks ago.. 4.94 atiia days 4 weeks ago.. 6.3S8 Same days last year 6,413 The, fnllnwtnr table shows the receipts of cattle, hoge and aheep at South Omaha for tha year to date, compared with last ear: iw. iiw. -'TV ...i. ai ixn i n it) m f,7 Iocs 1.378 fti4 4i2.1S4 11S.1W Sheep 663,724 6S7.014 Tha fnii.iwins table ihni the average price of hogs at South omeha for the last several days, with comparisons. Date. I 1.109. UOS.liHr7.l.18l6.llH.lSJ. una 19... une 20... une 21... une 23... une 23... une 24... une 86... une ... une 7... nne 2S... 7 63 I e 7 634 6 674 T 444 7 3S4 7 484i 7 68 8 44! 8 031 4 381 B 191 Mil s soi 0 oi ; w 6 h'M 4 24 1 6 lUi B ui 6 07 6 06 6 10 6 4 6 88 6 84 6 '3 t 67 6 67 S 70 8 65 Date. I 1909. 1908.1907.1904.1'J06 104.1'.I03. une 18... une 19... une 20... une 21... une 22... une 23... une 24... une 25... une 20... uno 27... une 23... une 2:1... 7 04J 6 67 6 64 6 ri 7 63 134! 7 6 7 4441 7 M 7 44 7 68 a 7 644 77, 8 86 6 2 6 67 6 63 6 861 6 7 4 3" 4 93 687 5 93 8 8S 6 19 6 V4 6 91 6 80 6 la 6 00 8 88 689 6 28 6 10 6 07 6 91 6 33 6 13 6 07 I 81 6S66 16 6066 7S 6K3 6 20 6 12 6 67 8 80 6 85 6 16 6 67 6 81 39 5 28 8 70 6 82 4 43 6 82 5 14 6 45 6 86 6 44 6 80 6 11 6 4721 6 47 6 22 6 06 5 47 WE OFFER 1,290,000 STREET'S WESTERN STABLE CAR LINE FIRST MORTGAGE C's Dated June 1, 1909. Denomination $1,000, Coupon Bonds, rrinclpal tnsr be registered. Principal and semiannual Interest June and December 1st, payable at the First Trust and Savings Dank, Chicago, Trustee. MATLIUTIK9 AND TRICKS 9 00,000 June 1, 101ft; 08.73 and Int. 100,000 June 1, 1018; 08.M and Int. lOO.OOO Jane 1, 1917; 08.88 and Int. lOO.OOO June 1, 191H; 08.23 and Int. lOO.OOO Jane 1, 1019; 08.07 and Int. 100,000 June 1, 1020; 97.03 and Int. 9100,000 June 1. 1021 1 V7.79 and Int. 100,000 J cue, 1, 1022 ; 07.07 and Int. 100,000 June 1, 1023; 07.54 and Int. 100,000 June 1, 1024; 97.43 and Int. 100,000 June 1, 102ft; 97.89 and int. 100,000 Jane 1, 1020; 07.21 and 1C 9100,000 June 1, 1927; 07.11 and Int. The above bonda are the vnsold portion of an authorised lsau of $1,000, 000, secured by an absolute first lien on all the cars of the Company, num bering about 7,500, and by a First Mortgnfie on the Company's plant cohering some ten and a half acres of land at 47th and Morgan Sts., Chicago, and on all of the reeU estate, building and other cfs of the Company now or nere after acquired. The total assets of the Company December 81; 1908, as cer tified to by Price, Waterhouse & Co, Auditors, were 97,74,472.70. Capital Stot k CAPITALIZATION Authorized. Preferred (Cumulative 7). Common Bonds (thla issue only) . . 91.000,000 . 4,000.000 . 2,000,000 Outstanding-. 9 775,000 8,800,000 2,000,000 Sunday. lhe official number of cars of stock brought In today by each road was: .Tattle, nogs, norses. C, M. k St. P 2 Mn. Parlfic Ry 6 Union Pacific 22 N. W., east 4 A N. V.. west 44 C, Pt. P., M. A 0 14 C, H. & Q.. east 14 C, B. & Q.. west 86 O., R. I. & P., east 1 C, R. I. west 0 lllnols Central C. Q. W I tl 12 43 22 121 11 Total receipts 151 The disposition of the day's reo'lpts was as follows, each buyer purchasing the num ber of head indicated: Cattle. Hoers. Sheep STATEMENT OP INCOME (IUsed on Actual Net Earnings for 1008) Net earnings (after deducting repairs of cars, taxed aad all other operating and genera expense) 9 801,820.02 Interest on Bonded debt (tills issue only) lOO.OOO.OO Net income 201,820.02 THE COMPANY'S SIKP1A8 DEC. 81, 1008, waa. . . . 1,400,888.04 The net earnings of the Company for the past twenty years are 98,207, 019.75 an verag of $314,880.90 per annum, or over five tiiuea the average) Interest required per annum on this Issue. We have on file a letter from the President of the Company wore fully describing the issue. Copies furnished upon request. In accordance with the provisions of the Equipment Trust Indenture, the title to the equipment remains in the Trustee, the First Trust and Savings Dank, Chicago, "until all of the bonds have been retired and all obligations of the Company, under the Indenture, have been fully compiled with." SURPLUS The Company covenants and agrees that It will not, at any time while any of said bonds or coupons remain unpaid, declare or pay any dividends upon Its capital stock that will will reduce or cause to be reducl the surplus funds of the Company below the sum of 91.200,000. Special circular describing this issue will be furnished upon request. Short-time Bonds of approved standing taken in exchange for any of the above. A. D. LEACH a COMPANY 140 Dearborn Street, Chicago Omaha Packing Co Swift & Co Cudahy Packing Co Armour & Co Krey Packing Co Omaha Pk. Co. fr. K. C. Swift & Co. from K. C, Cudahy Pk. Co. fr. K. C, Carey & lienton Hill A Hon F. P. Lewis Huston fi Co II. nulla L. Wolf Sam Werthlmer H. F.. Hamilton F. O. Inghram Sullivan Bros United Beef Co Swarts & Vollen St. Louis Independent ... Other buyers 4'.'4 m, 1,126 "24 CA 134 DO 4 17 113 20 19 5 W , 12 , 27 TS 181 1,080 1.805 3,2:15 2.203 364 177 817 1,2S 194 IS 693 1.144 statements American securities opened un changed to higher, with buslnvxs rather light. Prlee movements ruled Irregular and at noon the market was dull, with price U lower to H higher than yesterday's New York closing. In the aftermx I'nU.n Pa cific. United Rtatea 8teel and AicMson. Topeka 4V Santa Fa received the mottt at tention. Then the New York opening cheered the market and prices hardened, especially In steel, and closed steady near the beet. BEKLIN, June . Trsdlng on the Bourse .toda wag luacUvs. wlia Lbs Uudeacy of elevaloi Sla.OuO bu.. Furl Worth 146,000 bu. Begar aad Mulaaaes. NEW YORK. June 2. ail'tJA K-Raw, ateudy; fair refining. I.4c; centrifugal, ' lent. 3 92c : No. 4, 4 4."c; No. 7, 4 40c; No. 8, 4 25c; No. . 4.30c; No 11. 4 20c; No. 11, 4.16c; Nr. 13. 4.10c; No. 14. 4 10c; confectioners' A, 4.76c; mould A. 5 3c; cut loaf, IV&c; crushed Bt'ic: powdered, iu6o, granulated, 4'.o: cubes. 4 20c . MOLASSICH Steady; New Orleans jpen kelUe, good to choice, 62a Total -.8.4:3 8,412 . 3,602 iHTTl.K-RerKinta ni cattle thla morning were fairly liberal, 161 cars being reported in. As has been the case on most days of late, the great big bulk of the receipts con sisted of cornfed steers, many of them aood weurhtv cattle. The mirkst was In verv much the same condltlim as noted yesterday and the latter part of last week. Buyers seemed to want a tew light cattle, and anyuung mat, suiteu them commanded about steady prices. They also picked up a few heavy cattle at very satisfactory prices, but the majority of the heavy cattle anu everyming on tne piaui order was very mucn negiecieo, 11 using alnw market with a lower tendency. Buy ers were about the moat particular ana the hardest to please thaj they hava been anv dav of late. The number 01 cows ana neirers on saie waa small and anything desirable along that line commanded prices not materially different from thone prevailing yesterday. In fact, most salesmen Quoted tneir sne siock as steady. There were more feeders than have been on sale most days of late. Still the supply was quite small. What few cattle there were sold quite readily at steady prices, as high as ti.X) being paid for pretty good cattle having some weight. uuotstions on cattle: uooa 10 cnoioe corn-fed steeis, ) 4)6.76; fair to good corn-fed steers, i.0CK.40; common to fair corn-fed ateers. tt.oudis.uu: good to cnoioe corn-fed cows and heifers, Jfi.00igi.85; fair to good cows and heifers, 43.7tva5.uu; com man to fair cowa and heifers. 4i.OtWi3.7f stock heifers. 43 264.00; veal calves, 4.0Ou 7.00; bulls, stags, etc., $3.Sft5.2S; good to choice atockers and feedera, M-at-fro M; fair to good atockera and feeders. 43.764H.26; common to fair stockers and feeders, 13. ui e?J5. . . . . . . huub uooa snipping nogs ana nogs 01 gocd quality commended fully steady prices this morning and the market was fa r y active on that Kind, un tne otner hand, packing grades were sluw and gener ally 6c lower. Taking tne market as whole, It could hardly be called other than dull, but still everything changed hands In fa r season in the morning. A consider able proportion of the hogs sold at 17 W(J 7.76 and on up as high as (7.8a for full loads. A piece of a load reached 17. 90. It wculd be well for shippers to understand that buvers are 1 making quite a little dif ference In the matter of quality. There Is a rood shipping aemana at mis point, which causes the better grades to command a premium over less desirable loons. SHEEP There was some Improvement to the general tone of the trade on today's market. It was'evldent from the opening, however, that buyers had not discarded their bear tactics and sales as a rule showad more or less of a decline. Re ceipts were moderate, consisting as usual almost entirely of range stock. While today a market was far from being an Ideal seller's session, it must be re membered that bearish pressure ot late has been strong enough to fores declines on arassers 01 as mucn as quarter. Not Infrequently one day s break on certain grades has - even exceeded the quarter. In addition to a demoralised prlca list, demand has been unusually slack and the trade as a result has exhibited very little life. The live mutton market this morning la right around weak to 15c lower than yesterday, with spring lambs quotably steady. Early trade waa slow, but as the morn lnir rjroarresfied most of lhe pens were cleared uo In reasonably good aeason. In the California delegation yearling wethers made 35.60. Bprlng lambs sold at $8.00 and a string of choice breeder ewes moved at 36.75. Tha demand for feeding stock was rather backward and quality waa nothlna extra on an average. Wyom Ina- feeders were weighed up at 3360. A small string of native spring lambs were put over the scales at i ou. Quotations on range sheep and lambs: Good to choice spring lambs, r7-5ta8 60; fair to good spring lambs, Jt;.00((f7.W; good to choice yearling lambs. . 76; fair to good yearling lambs. 4.7y5.'&; good to choice wethers, ss..4oeu, iir 10 a wethers, HM&4.40; good to choice ewes. i4.0O'ii4.5O: fair to good ewea, 13 604.00; feeder yearlings, f4.60tl6w. Bt. Joseph Live Stock Market. 6T JOSEPH. Mo.. June 29. CATTLE Receipts 1,600 head; market steady, steers, calves. 4.1604(7 00. HOGS-Receipts 7 600 head; market lc , .. . it un rm k nf vales. t7 6.7.70. SMKFP AND LAM 118 Receipts 8,000 head; market lower; lambs. e.bisWi St. Loala Live Stock Market. UT I"H'18. June W CATTLE Receipts .K!4. Including 2,107 Texans. Market steady; iiatlve .l.i.pmg and ep..rt steers. W;.l. dreHscd beef and butcher sierr- 7.-.f. try. ,Zt mtir LOuO pounds, 4.6044,00; stock- NEW YOIIK PHILADELPHIA BOSTON ers and feeders, t3.2DiN.7K; cows and heifers, 33.75iu7.00; canners, Ii.2Oifj.00; bulls, 33.700 6.06; calves, $6 5007.60; Texas and Indian steers. 83.7504.60: cows and heifers, tl.mt 5.20. HOOS Receipts. B.20S. Market 10a to 15c lower. Pigs and lights, 15.667.80 packers, 7.t&457.80; butchers and best heavy. 37.K6iiT8.15 8HKEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 13,511. Market 15e to 2fc lower: native muttons. 13 hi4.T6; Iambs, 40.CNW-8.86; culls and bucks, 3.46i6.(0; stockers, $3.60(3-4.90. CHICAOO L1VH STOCK MARKET ttorr of Iay'a Trading; la Cattle, Hoge and Sheesi. CHICAOO. June 29. CATTLK Recelnls. 1,5(10 head; market steady to weak; steers, 86.60&.!t6 cows, 84.0035.76; heifers, 7.00; buns, I3.40ifp5.23; calves, t3.00fr7.60; stockers and feeders, 8190ff5.2n. HOOS Receipts, 14,000 head; market 5c to lOo lower; choice heavy, 8.OO4i8.07Vj: butohers, n.SOift' 06; light, mixed, I7.offl7.70; choice light, 87.7037.80; packing, 87.70u7.W; pigs 85.67.30; bulk of sales, fl.HHtn.h. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 13,000 head; market weak; sheep, 83.7&4'S.O0; lambs, 7.50ij8.50; yearlings, 6.004j4.&0. Kaaasxa City Live Stork Market. KANSAS CITY. June 29. CATTLE-Raw ceipts, 8,000 head. Including 1,700 southerns. Market steady to strong. Yearlings, 37.28; choice export and dressed beef steers, $i 50 I !..-; rair to gooa. S4.iiMit).4u; western steeis, 4.76a4.W; stockers and feeders. 43.4046.75: southern steers, 3.0fr6.S5; southern cows. H.iarg4.t; native cows, KWiTbtb; native heifers. 33.5O4jj7.00: bulla. 13.3Mi,4.86: calves. 83.50477.00. HOUS Receipts, 12M0 head. Market m r.. in. KA f. . m . . M Pam 47 411. U..IL. ' sales, 7.40$7.80. Heavy, I7.80ST7 iri; packers 4Lim iiuicoere, mt.vowi.w, llglll. st.SOSUI.Io; Pigs, I5.75ilI7.35. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 4 000 head. Market steady. Lambs. 87.00rrfS 26: yearlings, 34.76(ij.O0: wethers. M.OO476.OO: ewes, 3 aw4.80; stockers and feedera. 82.76 foe-26; Texas muttons, $3 76a4.76. tors was held during the day to perfect further gray goods contract on which the manufacturers associations have been working for some time. OMAHA GKlfBsfAs. MARKET. S4agIa sa4 raaey Pradaee Prises Para atskeal ty Bayers aad Waeleaalera. BUTTER Creamery. No. I, delivered la the retail trade in 1-lb. cartons, 2Vic; No. 1 In tO-lb. tubs, ttio; No, I In 1-lb. cartons, 14o; In 00-lb tabs. 8JH0; packing stock, lo; fancy dairy, tubs, 19Q2oo; common roll, fresh made, IVikO- Market ehangea every Tuesday. EaQ Fresh selling stock, candlea, 13a. No storsge itock In Omaha market. CHKEBlt f inest wisoonsiD mil crsasa. twins, lie; young Amerlcee. 4 In hoop, UV4ot Its, s in noop. 10 ; daisies, so i a noon. 6He; cream brick, full oase. Uo; bl Sloes City Live Stock Market. 8IOUX CITY, Ia., Juns 38 (Special Tele gram.) HOO8 Receipts, 4.000 head: market 6310c lower; range of prices, 37.354J7.70; bulk of sales, 37.46tf7.6S. CATTLE Receipts. 400 head; market slow to steady; beeves, 85.0CHTC; cows, 83 50341.00; feeders. 83 6043-1.76; calves and yearlings, 33.00S4.40. Stock la Sight. Receipts at ths six principal markets yesterday were; Cattle. Hngs. Sheen. South Omaha 8,000 9.0"0 3,800 Sioux City 0 4 000 St. Joseph 1.500 7 5"0 1,000 Kansas City 9.000 U 000 4 000 St. Louts 6.324 ,30,t 12.611 Chicago 1,600 14,000 12.000 Totals 22.426 67,703 83,811 Metal Market. NEW YORK, June 29. METAfJrJ The English tin market was lower today with spot auoted at fias and futures at U33 17s Cd. Locally the market was quiet and a shade lower at 10334.20. Copper declined 5s In Iondon, With spot quoted at (58 17s 6d. and futures at 139 15s. Locally the mar ket was dull; lake is quoted at 13.f7 18.42H; electrolytic at 318 OO&ll 12H. and casting at 812.7691800. Lead was a shade lower at (12 17s 6d In London, but quiet at 34.8fr84.46 locally. Spelter advanced to (22 In London.- Locally the market waa quiet and unchanged at 85.406.46. Iron was un changed with Cleveland warrants quoted at 48a Id In London. The local market was steady; No. 1 northern foundry, 1 14.50917.00; No. 1, 3t8.0O1?14.W; No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern soft at 814 .161.50. ST. LOUIS, June 2s.-METAI.fi Lead, firmer at 34 16. Spelter dull at 36. at. Wool Market. BOSTON, June I. WOOL Tha opening of the goods business for next year at values considerably higher than usual has placed the local wool market on a firm basis. Tha leading domestic) quotations range as follows: Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces, XX. 8538c; X, S3iT34; No. 1 washed, 40tf41c: No. I washed. 4t?41c; fine unwashed. 274724c; fine unmerchantable. 80 4?91e; half blood combings. 86c; three-eighths blood combings, 34c; quarter blood comb ings. 84i&35c:- Lielalne washed. 44u41c: De laine unwashed. 33 d 34c. Michigan, Wleci.n- p 1 11 n II U rew 1 ui n, uwi r.. Jiii. uii.mii'i, 2t,?(Xc; Delaine unwashed. 81013o; half blood unwashed, 86434c; three-eighths blood unwashed, M'rrwvc; quarter moon, u'sac Kentucky. Indiana and Missouri three alarhths hlood. 2f,3c: Quarter blond. IHVrCTc. ST. LOUIS, June 39 -WOOL Weak! territory and western mediums. tagzjo flna mediums, flfct&c; fine, 12920c CoSee Market. NKW YORK. June 29. COFFEE Fu tures closed barely steady, net unchanged to 10 points lower. Hales were reported or 14.000 bags, including June at iters. iso. July at 4 lie, September at I 4&u.70o, March at 86.66tl&0 and May at 6 0c Spot coffa. quiet; Cordova, W12'c. favorll Swiss. 16c: full cream llmburger, 14s. IOULTRT Broilers, Joci aiive. springs. imc; heno, UMc; cocks, lc; ducks, lloi geese. 10c; turkeys, 19c; pigeons, par dos.. 46c; guinea fowls, per doc, ti.to; equaba, per dox., 82. Dresaed bans, ic; aprluga. 1201Vsc; cocks. ci ducaa, Uc; gesaex ile turkeys, 21o. FISH Freeh caught; atsaosl all ara flresaeUi Halibut, Sol buffalo. So; trout. Uc; bullheads, 14c; catflsn, 17c; crapptos, sunflsh, 4o to So; black bass, 35oj whlta flab, Uc; pike, lJc; salmon. 14c ; picker,. 10c; frog lags, 86c. Vresn (rosea: W hi ta fia h, No. U 10c: round, to; pickerel, dressed and headless, to; roUneL ic; pike, dressed. 10c; round, K; red enspar. lie; Spanish mackerel, Bsllv snaaeral. aaej each. BEEF CUTS-No. I ribs, 1514c: No. 1 ribs, 12c; No. 8 ribs. ,0c. No.. 1 loin, lie; No. t Toln, 14c; No. 8 Ion, lie Na .1 chuck, 7c; No. chuck, 6'c; No. 3 chuck, 80. No. 1 tound, 10c; No. 8 round, lc; No. 1 round, o. No. 1 plat. 6ViC No. 8 piU,tl; No. I plale. 4Hc. ' ', FRESH FRUITS Btrawbsrrles. ttl.7503.2l per orate tor Missouri and Arkansas stock; Florida pineapplea. Us to. 41a, 83.78 per crate; giape fruits, 86 sis per box, 5; 4 tlsu, 16.50; 64 slae. 14; bevaanaa, fancy Port ,lmon, per pound, 4o. -. CITRUS FHUITli Lemona, 83.50ff4.60; Oianges. 32 764.00. VKOETABLES Kansas sweet ( potatoes. ItTtt per bbL California celery, large, 0ot smaller. C0c. Naw York Holland seed cab bage. 7fto per lb.- Wisconsin Red Ulobe nlons, Jo par u California cauliflower. 83.U0 per crate. Tcmatees, Fiorlaa, tbaake4 Crate, 14.00. Ixittuoe, per dot..', toe. Par snips, turnips, carrots. Vuo per aoaen. Flor ida new beets, aarrota, parsnips. ' tiiralps. sic. oer dox.. 76c. POTATOES Weak; 86(&86c. HlUKsj No. 1 green 10c; No. 1 Sured. tie. Oils ana Rosin. NEW YORK, Jun . -OIL-rMrolum, steady; refined, New York. 336; New Totk and Faltlmore, 88 35; New York and Balti more, In bulk, 34.35. Turpentine, steady; 46o. Cottonseed oil, -steady : prime crude, 34.8.V94.6O. nominal; prim yellow, 36. 0066. to; July, 35.664J6 W. KOS1N Uuiet: strained, common. 33 16 1.20. ' ; SAVANNAH, 'June 19 TVJRPF.NTINE Dull; shipments, 138 hbls.' -l, ROSIN-Flrm. yuotet B, t3.to32.67; I, 63 003 05; E. 33 403 60. F, 3 S2Vytff3.90; O, 4 90: M. 86.0O4T4i05; N, 35.U5 36, WO, 3&ua 1.60; WW, loaOat.CO. w Mllwaakea Orsls Market. MILWAUKEE. Jun -WHFlAT-No. 1 northern. $1.33: No. 2 northern, 1.31Vt; Sep tember. II. ll'nir 1.111a. bid. OATrV-lHc BARLEY Samples, 84r71. Former Omakaa Takes Pastorate. MARSHALLTOWN. Ia.r Jun 9.-Bp-clal.) At a meeting of the board of trustees of ths Presbyterian church of this city, held today. Rev, James Rayburn, wh until recently was of Omaha, was offered and accepted tha pastorate of the church. Rev. Mr. Rayburn has been supplying (or tha church for the last two months. Serloaa laMierailotta and wounds are healed without danger of blood poisoning by Rucklen's Arnica Salv. th healing wonder. 26c, For sals by Beaton Drug Co. ''',.. ? Dry tiaosla Market. NEW YORK. June 19. DRY OOODS Th dry goods markets rule very firm. Spring dress goods will be shown next week by the large corporations. Men's wear lines are active fur spring. The cot ton goods export trade Is quiet and firm. with higher prices named. Cotton yarns are firm and la slightly better Inquiry for knitters. A meeting of cotton good fac Vosvrlttea Law Sastalaeel. CHICAOO. Jun 29. Th unwritten law waa sustained today by a jury In Judg Kersterns court which treed Michael Paoal lano, charged with th murder of Frank Bereno as a result. It Is sllaged, of th tatter's betrayal of Paoellano's sister. Foley's honey and Tar ta especially rt ommended (or chronlo throat and lung troubles and many suf fsrera from bran. ahltls, asthma and consumption hays found omfort and relief, by using Foley's Hoaey and Tar. bold by all druggist. HOOS INSURED AGAINST DISEASE: and ottsr Live Block lasurot against accident and dlsaa." Address Th Ll Stock Baclprocal Underwriters. 410 United bank bldg.. olous Cltjr, la. ' -