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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1903)
TTTF, OMAHA PA1IT HEE; WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 100H.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
!Uipti of Cattle Liberal, bnt Priow Held
HOGS SOLD GENERALLY A SHADE LOWER
Hear "h) UaH hat
finality Vrr Canan, that
Wall Ooo4 S1n Bold
Other War lowff.
SOUTH OMAHA. April 7.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Official Monday 3.24o 9.U73
Official Tuesday 4.31a 6."& !W7
Two daya this wwk..(
Same daya lam week...
Same week betnre
Bam three weeks ago.,
fume four weeks ago..,
Ham daya last year
H 'A W. I f I f4 Mlk th v.
DA i t.
The following table shows the receipts oi
rsttle, hogs and sheep at bouth Omaha for
the year to oate and comparisons with last
year: 19 3. i2. Inn. . Dec.
tattle 2.243 215.373 89.870 .....
linn bi.iH 73D.a- 123,721
Sheep 4i,M 26e.52 125.912
Aversge price paid lcr nogs at South
Omaha lor tba last several daya with com
parlsona: Data. im. 12O2.1!W1.19jO.1IS0.1S98.1197.
7 34 I
7 45 j
7 W (
1 22 I
i 1 1 !
H U 6 tl
17; i 71
26 6 821
32i 6 0
6 2 f
8 I 7S
Mi i 8.
h 6 0
5 3'.' I
7, 8 S$
3 7. 3 91
3 71 3 IM
3 til 3 M
3 oi 3 91
I 3 4
3 tk 8 83
3 U 3 7
3 t3 3 91
3 o 3 K3
3 o 3 1
I 3 !l
3 7D 3 M
3 79i 3 Ofi
a 72i a 83
4 t) 5 97
6i 6 ,7
: 6 9s;
&i i 9
I t 7
The official number of tars of stock
t.rcught in today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.HY'a.
C. M. St. P. Ry... 17 16
Mo. Pacific Ry 4
In Ion Pacific System. 34 40 18 1
C. A N. W. Ry :. t
F.. E. A M. V. R. R. 39 18 1
C. St. P.M. AO 27 11 .. 1
B. A M. Ry 89 13 7 1
C B. A Q. Ry 8 a
K. C. A St. J 2
C, R. L A P., east.. 19
C, R. f A V.. west.. 6 I t
Illinois Central 1 .. 1
Total receipts. .....192 ' 94 i
The disposition of the day s receipts was
a follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hoa. Sheep
Omaha Packing Co 314
O. H. Hammond Co
Swift and Company 858
Armour A Co 1,951
Cudahy Packing Co 8S0
Armour A Co.. 8. City... 112
Iibmin A Co
William Underwood 38
Huston A Co 4
IJvlngstone A 8haller... 83
U F. Hull IS
Wolf A Murnan 127
B. F. Hobblck 3
rennls A Co 12
S. A 8 33
Other buyers 851
Totals 4.379 8.152 7,118
CATTLE There was another big run of
cattle her this morning, which makes the
supply for the two days this week consid
erably In excess of the same daya of last
week and also of last year. The local de
mand, though, was In good shape, so that
the market was very satlifuctory to tha
Packers took hold of the beef stes'i quite
freely and the handy weight catt.e were
active and steady. The heavy cattle aold
rather unevenly, so that some salesmen
thought they got as good prices ss they
Hid yesterday, while others quoted the
market little lower. It was very evident
that packers wanted the light and tidy
weights, whereas they were Inclined to be
rather Indifferent toward the heavyweights,
specially If they were plain. There were
quite a few good cattle In the yards today,
as will be seen from the sales below.
The cow market was active and steady.
Supplies were not very heavy, so that an
early clearance was made. The handy
weight cows and heifers continued In the
beet demand, while the common cutters
and canners were again alow and hard to
aell at any price. '1 he heavy cows were
generally steady, but In spats they looked
Bulla, veal calves and stag did not show
enough change from yesterday to be worthy
There waa another liberal supply of
itockers and feeders on hand this morning,
and aa the demand from the countrv ye
teiday was rather disappointing, the' tend
,rc of prlcea was downward. There were
not very many fancy cattle on hand, so
that prices on that class did not how
much change, but all others were rather
siow and a iittie lower. Kepreit.-itatlva
7,. 40 ll.
y.MX 1 1.36V
Ks. At. Pr. ho. At. Pr.
1 4 1 B J 1 1110 4 41
1 70 I J8 17 invl 4 ii
1 170 I II 4 lint 4 41
1 HO I II I III! 4 M
I Kl 4 to 11 IumS 4 U
1 1UM 4 0 II IiWI 4 Ml
I Ill 4 10 1 KV 4 Ml
1 1100 4 00 SO 1110 4 10
1 1010 4 10 1 1210 4 60
7 141 4 10 11 U4& 4 10
4 711 4 11 14 1147 4 10
4 Ml 4 M 1 1170 4 10
t into 4 20 It nil 4 o
II 1110 4 20 14 Ills 4 0
t 104 4 Zi 14 ...1IMI 4 Ml
14 4 S 1144 4 10
4..., 170 4 l 10 117 4 Ml
U... IM 4 21 it 11,4 4 Ml
1 H 4 21 1 1114 4 U
1 11U 4 H 41 IMS 4 15
14 lo 4 10 41 1M7 4 6
II 4 I 10 Ill) 4 IS
! 1-Kl 4 30 11 1IM 4 U
' U'74 4 10 II nil 4 M
10 l'l 4 M It ua 4 U
1 1040 4 11 H 111! 4 u
II 17I 4 II II 11m 4 M
M Ilia 4 l 17 1JJ4 4 M
14 1110 4 II I n.U 4 M
" "I 4 II 1411 4 10
14 HO I II 14 1200 4 Ml
H7 4 M 20 12M 4 10
II 12 4 U II 12m 4 10
U 0 4 31 II mi 4 (o
I..., 1061 4 M II i;,4 4 4
10 4 II lb, 4 0
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14 4 ai i im 4 10
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I2"0 4 40 II till 4 M
14 l 4 40 K 1107 4 lo
1 1011 4 40 II mi 4 10
It 1141 4 4 14 14.11 4
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I I1M 4 40 II 1441 4 11
' "J: 4 40 17 1! 4 7
! 2S 4 40 14 144 4 7
I' 11M 4 4 10 ! 4 7,
!l 10J 4 40 I! 1M 4 70
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1 10M 4 41 II mi 4 74
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4 40 I 4tkl 4 II
10 KM 4 44 41 1440 4 71
IM1 4 41 m 4 7
1 l' 4 41 II... IM 4 M
m 1"7I 4 41 II ..I4t 4 N
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
4 14 1071 4
1 14 4 M II lMt 4 M
1 17 4 U It M lu
t 1014 111
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1 It 1120 I TI
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1177 4 to
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1171 4 to
.114 4 II
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1 1M1 4 II
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14 A1! 4 II
41 10IS 4 II
1 114 4 II
1 1121 4 II
1 1l 4 II
4 1171 4 II
10 1171 4 II
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4 1221 4 M
I 12 4 10
Ml I 70
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147 4 I
, M7 4 10
..771 4 10
4 411 71
1 71 4 10
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1 171 I W
1 71X1 I 60
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COWS AND 8TEERS.
10 1071 4 10
COWS AND HEIFERS.
4 MM 1 00 t ..1120 4 41
11 1145 4 35 IZ ait 4 a
1 1120 J 50
STOCKER8 AND FEEDERS.
? 415 t 00 3 14U 4 It
.J M) J 00 7 114 4 20
" 14 3 00 4 uno 4 10
MJ 1 00 I IM 4 SO
J tM I 110 1 170 4 30
IM I 00 1 114 4 tO
i 1 II I MM 4 20
U I 25 1 171 4 2S
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4 MO I 25 ;u 4 It
" 4HI I 50 1 74 4 11
" IM I M 20 J4 4 It
' 410 I 10 4t 4 4 It
'2 1 1 M I 171 4 U
J 4 I 75 1 Mi 4 5
J '20 1 10 1 171 4 It
7to I to II lotl 4 40
' 20 Ul 4 tO
4ii 4 00 to 1075 4 Ml
' Ml 4 00 1 1240 4 10
7M 4 10
HCKJS There wait a more liberal run of
nogs here today, and aa advices from other
puiiiiB were none too favorable, packers
tried to pound the market here a little.
As a general thing the prices paid were
only a shade lower than yesterday, al
though sales were made that were all the
w"y. frtmi ateady to 5c lower. The quality
Of the hoa WaM rflnilMrahlv Kat
yesterday, which helps out the appearance
of the market on paper. The lightweight
hogs sold largely from 87.20 down, medlum
welifhts from $7. to 37.25, heavy hogs from
7J '-30, and n45h as 87.35 was paid,
rradlng was not very brisk, but still prac
tically everything was dispose I of In good
t.RHMun. Representative es.es:
No. Av. tih. Pr. No. Av, 8h. Pr.
lt 240 6 65 72 248 ... 7 25
fj J J W 2U ... 7 25
J -'3 ... 7 15 tso 245 80 7 25
2 3J0 ... 7 15 21 26 ... 7 25
'? 210 ... 7 17V W) 241 80 7 25
7 20 t2 261 40 7 25
7 228 7 20 64 243 40 7 25
' 40 7 20 70 257 40 7 Jo
' 'J4 ... 7 20 61 254 40 7 25
t l-1" 7 20 64 2 20 7 25
- -14 ... 7 20 61. ,....265 40 7 25
66 213 80 7 20 11. 290 ... 7 25
40 7 22H H 2H ... 7 27V4
70 216 80 7 224 69 277 120 7 27V4
I 2 4o 120 7 22V, 77 247 . . 7 273
'8 249 120 7 22V, 14 822 40 7 27V4
65 240 ... 7 22V4 78 . 253 ... 7 27
.....251 120 7 22 ct:::::: 126 1
47 2i2 ... 7 22v, C2 21 ... 7 272
Ji "I 25 240 7 27,
78 228 ... 7 22', 54 j7 ... 7 07 d
J 221s 53 280 ... 7 27V?
H i"S l 22'H 69 224 ... 7 17V,
11 ... 7 22 ss 29g 120 7 26
'- 2 "3 232 . 40 7 28
2 212 ... 7 22V 63. 2 7 30 "
114J....-.231 40 7 224 61 ...:'.2M - 7 30
62 233 80 7 25 83 252 ... 7 80
3 -2fi9 80 7 25 6. . 279 ... 7 30.
2 2 2 25 7i::.:.:2i5 .:: ? io
63., .,.. 40 7 25 45 290 SO 7 30
Si"""'w " li 271 780
2 2M ... 7 28 63 jao ... 7 82
S-:::.v.lS Vt, ?
SHEEP Receipts of sheep- and lambs
were gain heavy this mjrnlng, but the
quality was very much on the -ominonlnh
order. As a reault the market was rather
s ow and weak. The best grades sold about
sttady, but st.ll even those kinds were af
iei,e to ome extent by iiie big run of
common stuff. Choice lambs seemed to be
In giod request at the hands of local pack
ers and they eoid ireely at ateady prlcea,
as h gh aa $7.60 being paid. Some Mexican
yearlings sold at 86.40. wethers at 36 and
dipped ewes at 5.0. The Kinds that were
sjuu emiunn 10 Dnng inosf prices were no;
much diff rent from yesterday, but when it
came to the common kinds the market wa
s.ow and unevenly lower, though in most
eat.es a dime would cover the decline.
There were quite a few feeders on hand
and the demand did not se?m to be any to
br.sk and unions the quality was good tha
IT.ce ..aid noked a litiU lower.
Quotations . for woo.ed stock; Cholc
w,BLern.,'Sm"v S7.3B7.66; fair to good
i?m?9T JP-X2-&: choice Colorado lambs,
il'f, 1 . 0,h0,c lightweight yearling,
.4tatl.,6; lair tc good yearlings t.0ii6.4O:
tholce wethers, 16.00(fi.4O; fslr to aood. 35 78
?.S;W0:. t;ho,ce ew'"t a5.766.00; fslr to good.
fci.Oitti5.75; feeder lambs. 84.755.60; feeder
Scar.ii.gs. I4.6OI&5.0O; teeder wethers, 84.00
4 66; feeder ews. 3.0uj3 60; clipped stock
tells about 50c lower than wooled stock,
lit prcseiitatlv sales:
22 clipped ewes
11 cuii ewe
i clipped ewes
61 clipped lambs
1M clipped ewes
M wi stern wethers
2 western ewe
461 c Ippei wethers ,
211 we-tern yearlings
271 western lambs (.
2 native lambs '.
C61 western lambs
15 western ewe,
641 western Iambs
66 cull ewea .
1 cull ewe ,
10 cull ewes ,
40 cull ewe
4 feeder lambs
40 cull lamb .:
1) cull wethers
81 winter 11 ewes
170 western ewea
199 western lambs
30 wetttern lambs
28 western lambs..
46 western wtthers ,
11 native ewes
704 clipped wethers
696 Mexican yearlings
87 83 00
72 4 00
56 4 00
1J0 6 00
83 6 25
140 6 60
99 6 90
85 8 15
77 - 7 16
115 7 26
86 7 60
78 6 2
56 6 40
120 2 00
70 3 00
61 3 0)
110 2 00
86 8 60
47 4 00
69 4 60
91 4 60
96 6 00
82 6 25
61 6 25
4 6 25
63 5 25
78 6 60
125 6 60
105 ( 26
i.uw Mexican yearlings
13$ wes.ern lambs
CHICAGO laVK STOCK MARKETS
t attle and f keep Arc Steady, While
Hoc, Isjellae Higher.
CHICAGO. April 7. CATTLE Receipts,
4.0H0 head; steady; good to prime steers,
I4.9U4to.6u; poor to medium, 33.9ltfi4.15: stock
ers and feeders. l3.umh4.lS; cows. 31 6my4.2A;
heifers. I2.5w64.75; canners. II 6otjI 90: bulla
$2 6(ii4.25: CHlve, 83.0iKii6.4O; Texas-fed
HiXIS Receipts, 16.000 head; estimated to
morrow, 26.O0; left over, 3.0U0; strong to to
higher; mixed and butchers. IT.OMW 36
good to choice heavy, 7 3&r7.0; rough
heavy. 17 U4i7 3i', light, W-85J'7.20; bulk of
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 12.000
head: sheep steady; lambs, choice steady
others lower; good to choice v others, 16 76
72S: fslr to choice. t45o&6.80; enter n
sheep, ta.50ft7-00: native lambs, t5.6o4i7.76:
western lambs, 85.6u4j7.90. '
... Receipts. Shipment.
Cat,,e 29.6,11 "
"" 30.414 .
Sheep 18.818 , 850
Kawsaa Cltr Live Sleek Market.
KANSAS CITY. April 7 CATTLE Re-
celpis. 10.600 natives, 260 Texana. 260 native
calvia; corn cattle steady to 10c higher;
quarantine, steady; rows, loc hither;
stockers and feeders, active and strong;
choice export and dressed beef steers. 84.5.1
UI0; fair to good. t3-6ma4.40; stockers and
feeders. 83.0latj4 80; western-fed steer. t3 75
412.UI; Tiim and Indian steers. t4 35t4 8);
Texas rows. I2.1o4 20; native cows. 10
4.40; native heifers. 2 754 80, canners, 81.60
tj2tt: bulls. 8J 60wt7S; calves. 83 Omjl 00.
H1XI8 Receipts. 13 Owl head; market
steady to Me lower; topa, 37S7: bulk of
sales. 7. 47i; heavy. 7 &vn 7 37V ; mlxel
packers. 17 itttl Jo; light. 3.7&o7.0u; yorkera,
,MS.(7 17',; pls. pif4T6.
SHEEP AND LAMB8 Receipts, 7.500
head: market atesdy to strong: nstlve
Umbs, to ftill nit; western lam he. If,. To 3
Iiiki; native wethers. 84.rii.80; Texas
clipped sheep, 34.9"j7.O0; Stockers and feed
ers, t3.6"i4 do.
St. Lewie Live Steek Market.
8T. T,OlI8. April 7. CATTLE Receipts,
tMn head. Including 9"0 Texana; market
active, steady to strong; native shipping
and export steers. 84 fS.3f, with strictly
fancy quoted up to 35. SO; dressed beef and
butcher steers. I4.0i4i6.oo; steers undnr l.OOl
rounds, t3.6'i4.8(.; stockers and feed ri,
t.'.4ti4 3; cows and heifers, 12 26''i5.0rt; can
nre, l2.2.MHtli; bulls, 82 40ti3.7o; cilves,
83.MM.60; Texas and Indian steers, t3.70y)
4.76; cows and heifers, $2.3,Vtf 3.80.
HOOS- Receipts. 4,500 head; market
steady to firm: pigs and lights, 7.1iU7.iA;
packers, t7.MCj7.26; butchers. ti.20cn7.46.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Kecelpis, 800
hesd; market strong; native muttons, 85.00
ti4t.20; lambs, t5.7Mi7.25, with springs up to
19.00; culls and bucks. 82.0IK&4.0O: stockers,
t2.60J4 01; Texana, t4.0036.00.
St. Joseph Live Slock Market.
ST. JOSEPH, April 7. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,953 head; steady to 10c lower; cows
and heifers, steady to 10c higher; natives,
ll.fn5.2T; cows and heifers, 82.6(i4.85; year
lings and calves, t3.0l(j4.S0; stockera and
feeders, t3.6tKif 4.85.
HOU8 Receipts. S.428 head; big 5c lower;
plgi ateady; light and light mixed, J7.HK8?
7.27V4; medium and heavy t.2ui'7.40.
6IIEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, ,804
head; steady; top Nebraska lambs, 17.65.
Sloex City Lin Stock Market.
SIOUX CITV, April 7. tRpeclnl Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. 1.200 head;
steady; beeves, t3.75fff4.90; cows, bulls nnd
mixed, t2.004i4.25; stockers and feeders, $2.76
(04.26; calves and yearlings, t3.uov4.50.
HIKJ8 Receipts, 3,"00 head; strong to 6c
higher, selling at $7.00j7.BO; bulk. 87.1O&7.20.
Stock la Slcht.
Following were the receipts of live stock
at the tlx principal western cults yesier
oay: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha 4.21M 6.u4 8.807
Chlcago 4.0110 15.000 12,ouu'
Kansas City 1O.5IJ0 13,(H1 7,5mi
St. Louis 2,o,jo " 4.&10 8K)
St. Joseph 1,.3 5.428 ,CI4
Sioux City 1.2U0 3,000
Totals 23,871 46,982 35.9U
OMAHA WIIOLKSA1.E MARKET.
Condition of Trade and 4aotatloaa oa
Staple and Fancy Predaee,
EOO8 Fresh stock, 12V4C
LIVE POLLTRY-Hnu. 10104c: roost
ers, according to age. iit9r; turkeys,
lc; ducks, WaSluc; geese, &loc. Dressed
stock In good condition li2c per lb. higher
than live stock.
BUTTER packing stock, 13c; choice
dairy, in tubs, i.Hil.c: separator 27I&28C.
OYSTERS Standard, per can", 2ij; extra
selects, per can, 35c, New York counts, per
can, 4c: bulk, vxtra selects, per gal., jl.75;
bulk standards, per gal., 11.35.
FROZEN FRESH FISH Trout. 9J10c;
herring. 6c; pickerel. 6Vc; pike, 9c; perch, 6c;
buffalo, dressed, 7c; sunfUh, 8c; biu Men, 11c;
whtteuah, 9c; salmon. Itc; haddock. 11c:
codhah, 12c; redsnapper, luc; lobsters,
boiled, per lb., 27c; lobsters, green, per lb.,
26c; bullheads, loc; cattish, 14c; black bass,
17c; halibut, 11c; ahad roe, 75c each.
HRAN-Kr ton sli.EO.
HAY Prlcs quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Dealers' association: choice No. 1 uplund,
86; No. 2,. 17. o; medium, 87; coarse, 86.50.
Rye straw, 6. These prices are tor hay of
good coloi and quality. Demand fair and
RYE No. 2. 45c. e
CELERY California, per uoi, 60ctl.
POTATOES Per bu., 25&3uc; Colorado,
per bu., Mc. v
SEED POTATOES Northern grown, per
NEW CARROTS Per dosen bunches, 40c
Lti.'1'T L C -Per doxen bunches, 46c.
BEETS New southern, per dosen bunch
es, 40c; old, per bu., 4oc. 1
PARSNIPS Per bu., 30c.
CL COMBERS Hoihoute. per dox., J1.75.
CARROTS t'er bu., 40c.
GREEN ONIONS Southern, per dozen
RADISHES Southern, per doxen bunches,
75c; home grown, Stxjj-Kic.
TUP.IlPS--Per bu., 4oc; Canada rutaba
gas, per lb., lVtc; new southern, per dozen
ONIONS Red Wisconsin, cer lb., lo;
white, per lb., 2c; Spanish, per crate, 81.76.
SPINACH Southern, per -bu. oox, 81.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $2.60.
WAX BEANS Per bu. box, t4; string
beans, per bu. box, t3.OU4jfa.b0
CABBAGE Holland seed, per lb., 1V&C
TOMATOES New Florida, per -baakt
APPLES-New York etock, M.00g3.60;
California Permaln, tl.SO; Colorado Ben
STRAWBERRIES Louisiana, per !4-pt
FIGS California, per 10-lb. cartons, 80c;
Turkish, per 35-lb. box, 14filo.
OKANGES California navels, fancy, $3.0J
63.16; choice, 82.75: Mediterranean Sweets.
$2.25; Sweet Jaffa, 82.60.
LEMONS California fancy, J3.25; choice,
DATES Persian. In 70-lb. boxes, per lb.,
Dc. per caae of 30-lb. pkgs., $2.26.
MAPLE SUGAR-Ohlo, per lb., 10c.
HONEY Utah, p?r 24-frame case. $32i;
Colorado, 8a. 00.
POPCORN Per lb., 2c: shelled, 4c.
HIDES No 1 green, 6c; No. 2 green, 6c;
No. 1 salted, 7c; No. 2 salted. 6c; No. 1 veal
calf, 8 to 12 lbe., Hc; No. 2 veal calf, 12 ti
15 lbs.. 6Vc; dry hides, htfl2c; sheep pelts, 25
tf7oc; horse hlues, tl-502.60.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shell, per lb.,
loc; hard shell, per lb., 14c- No. 2 soft shell.
Ser lb., 13c; No. 2 ..ard shell, per lb., l.'o;
irasila. per lb., 12c; Alberts, per lb., 12c;
almonds, soft shell, per lb., 16c; herd shell,
per lb., 15c; pecans, large, per lb., 12Vbc;
small, per lb., He, cocoanuts, per dox., 6c;
chestnuts, per lb., 10c; peanuts, per lb., 6Vic;
roasted peanuts, per lb., 7c; black walnum.
pei bu., tl; hickory nuts, per bu., IJ..60;
cocosnuts. oer loo. 84.
OLD METALS. ETC. A. B. A'plr.i quote 1
the lollowlng prlcea: Iron, country mixed,
per ion, til; Iron, stove piatet per ton, ii;
copper, per lb., &Vtc; brass, heavy, per lb.,
8V,c; brass, light, per lb., 6 Vc; lead per lb.,
tc; lnc, per lb., 2Vbc.
NEW YORK UG.HERAIi MARKET.
(.notations of the Day on Various
NEW YORK. April 7.-FLOUR-Recelpts,
29.773 bbls.; exports 4.897 bbls. ; market
teadv but less active: winter patenta,
$3.70(84.00; winter straights, 83.50-g3.60; Min
nesota patenta, $3.254.20; winter extras,
$2.803.lO; Minnesota bakers, 83.20&3.4O;
winter low grades. $2.O'02.9O. Rye flour,
steady; filr to good, $2.6ft3.20; choice to
CORNMEAL Dull ; yellow western, $1.08;
city, $1.06; Brandywlne, $3.403.45.
RYE Easy; No. 2 western. 59c, f. o. b.,
afloat; state. 67661c, c. I. f.. New York.
HA RLE Y Quiet; feeding, 47c. c. 1. f. Buf
falo; malting, 62Vft'59c c. I. f. Buffalo
WHEAT Receipts, 10,725 bu.; exports,
15.690 bu. Spot, Arm; No. 2 red, elevator,
79M.(ii'797c. f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern,
Duluth, 86c. f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 hard,
Manitoba, 86'4C, f. o. b. alloat. Options, In
spite of extreme dullness as a result of
weatern holidays, wheat was firm all day
on forelrn buying, firmer cables and export
talk. The close was at Vie net advance:
May. 7&(l7&,c: closed at 7814c; July, 76M?
75l3-16c; closed at 75Sc; September, 74io
74'ie: closed at 74c. .
CORN Receipts, 109.20) bu.; exports, 256.087
bu. No. 2. nominal elevator, and 61c, f. o.
b. afloat; No. 2 yellow, 61Vc: No. 2 white,
63c. The option market, while generally
firm In sympathy with wheat on rains west
and higher cables, was today very slow,
closed Vo net higher: May, tOViifTolVtc;
closed at 61c; July, 49V4ij49c ; closed at
4c; September closed at 49-ic.
OATS Receipts, 151.600 bu. : xports, 28.630
bu. Spot, weak: No. 2, 39Vtc; standard
white. 4oHc; No. 3. 38c; No. 2 white. 40c;
No. 3 white. Sc; track, mixed western,
nominal; track, white, 39ti46c. Options
dull and nominal.
HAY Quiet; shipping, t&gTOc; good to
HOPS Kaary; common to choice. 1902, 24(8
30c; 191. 19j21c: olds. 6afllr: Pacific coaat
ISsi. 2mt27c; 1901, lc; olds, ffrllc.
H'ltiUH Qu'et; California, 21 to 26 lbs..
19c; Texas dry. 24 to 30 lbs., !4o
LEATHER Quiet; acid. 24&'26c.
PROVISIONS Beef, easy; family, $14 0Tkf
14 60; mesa, $9.0Hj 10.00; boxed hams. $20.0n4
21.60; packed, $ll.60 llto; city extra India
mess. $2O.n20.b0. Cut meats. Irregular;
pickled bellies. f9.75All.26; pickled shoulders
t.(Wj.26; pickled hams. 211.6UQ 12.C4 Lard.'
steady; western steamed, $1026; refined
steady; continent $10.46; South America'
$11; compound. $7.1oiU). Pork, easy; fam
ily, $18.7ouOO; short clear, $18.764(911 60
mess, $13 UU4H8.50.
RICE Quiet; domestic, fair to extra
TALLOW Dull; city, 6Vc; country, 6
BUTTER Receipt s, t.681 pkgs; firm;
stste dairy, 17i27e; creamery, extra. 2c;
creamery, common to cholc. 19o2SV,c.
CHEESE Receipts. 1.061 pkgs; flrm
fancy, larg. state, full cream, fall Aiade,
colored, 14-j4illc; fancy, large, state, full
cream, fall made, whit, 14614tc; fancy
small, state, full cream, fall made, colored'
15c; fancy, small, state, full cream, fali
made white, 14c.
EGGS Receipts, t2.HU pkf f strong;
state and Pennsylvania, 14t154c; western
PCH'LTHT-Alive, firm; chickens. 13c;
turkeys, 15o: fowls. liNc; dreeeed, firm;
western fowls, 14Hc; turkeys. k
METALS The decline nl yesterday was
rollowed by a sharp advance In today's
Ix-ndon tin market, where a gain of AM 2s
d was reported, with spot and futures
closing at tl.15 15s. The local market was
steady, but demand waa light and the for
eign advance consequently did not greatly
arTc,t local prices. Spot closed at t2.2nr
29 .5. Copper declining 2s 6d to :2 7s M
for spot and 63 10s for futures In the
London market, ruled dull and nominal In
New York. Standard Is quoted at 113.25;
lake and electrolytic at tlt.SO and casting
at tl4.2n. Iad advanced 2s 6d In Ixindon,
where It closed at 12 12s 6.1, but remained
quiet and unchanged In New York at 14 67V.
Fpelter. closing at 25 2s. waa unchanged
In London, as it was also locally, where
the quotation remains at 85.70. Iron was
lower abroad, closing at 6l 9d In Glasgow
and at 49s liid In Mlddlesboro. Locally
prices were urn-hanged. No. 1 northern
foundry Is quoted at $23.M?24.n; No. 2
northern foundry at t21.6"4f22.oo; . No. 1
southern foundry and No. 1 soft southern
foundry at $22.ou22.50. W'arranta are nominal.
Liverpool Grain and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL, April 7. WHEAT-Ppot.
quiet; No. 1 northern spring, s 6d; No 1
California. 6a 7d; No. 2 red wes.ern win
ter. 6s Id; futures, quiet; May, i lS-J;
July, As mil.
CUKN Snot Amnrlptn tnlvMl new. eaav
4- American mixed, oid, be 4i; ui-
lutes, quiet; May, 4s 2d; June, 4s 2d; July,
PKA8-Qulet at 6s3Hd; Canadian, 6?
. I'J.'OURSt- Louis fancy winter, quiet at
.HOPS-At London, PaclPc coast, steady
PROVISJONS-Beef, easy; extra India
mess, Ma 6d. Pork, firm; prime weLtern
mess, ISs. Hams, short cut. 14to 16 lbs.,
quiet, 63s. Bacon. Cumberland cut, 26 tf 31
lt., quiet, 49s tkl; short ribs, Is to 2t lb-.,
quiet, 64s; long clenr middles light, 2M to 31
los., quiet, 5la 6d; long cle .r mlddl s,
heavy, 35 to 40 lbs., 62s; short clear backs,
16 to 20 lbs., quiet, tas; clear bellies, 14 to
16 lbs., quiet, 62s. Shoulders, square, M to
13 lbs., quiet, 41s 6d. Lard, prime western,
quiet, 61s; American refined, in palls, dull,
LlUTTER-Good United Stater, steady.
CHEE8E Firm; American llnest white
and colored, 69s.
A 1.1.. rime c'ty. steady, 27s 3d.
The Provision exchange here will be
cloh-fd April 10. 11 and lil for the Easter
Receipts of wheat dur ng the last thrc
days, 2.8,orti cental, including 130,000 Amer
ican. R-.ce:pts of America 1 corn during the
last three days. 2S1.00O centals.
Visible Snpiily of Grain
NEW YORK. April 7.-Special cable and
telegraphic communlf.allona lo Rra,lalr,ir,
fhow the following changes In available
"I'l"'". as compared with last uccount:
HHKAT United States and C- nada, east
of Rockies, decreased 2.187.000 bu.; alloat
for Mild in Europe. Increased 600,000 bu.;
total supply decreased 1,617,000 bu.
CORN United States and Canada, east
of Rockies, decreased 60mm im
OATS United States and Canada, east of
A-.uvn.va, urvlfllHcq &M,WI Oil,
Among the more ImnnrUnl Her.rna
ported this week are those of 460,000 bu. at
Manitoba elevators, 400.000 bu. at north-
weeiern interior elevators, 233,000 bu. at
Portland, Me., and 623,000 bu. at St. Joseph
and 60,000 bu. each at Omaha and at Evans
vllle. The leading increase Is that of 131,000 bu
at Chicago private elevators.
Milwaukee Grnln Market.
MILWAUKEE, April 7.-WHEAT Dull;
nrnerni 77tf.7V4c; No. 2 northern,
7o&76V4c; May, hc bid.
RYE Steady; No. 1 62c.
BARLEY KteAriv lsio son. 1-
64c. ' " . "F.-. w
CORN May. Uc bid.
Minneapolis Wheat, Flour and Bran.
POT .la A .,,11 T linn.-, . w .....
73ttVc. On track: No. 1 hard, 76V4c; No!
1 northern. 74'c; No. 2 northern, 73c.
FLO I' R Firmer; first patents, $3.80(S3.90:
second patents $3.7(&3.80: first clears, $2.80
v. .i-v, Becuiia clears, 2.3Ula3.40.
BRAN In bulk. $10.
Dulath Grain Market.
DTTI.TTTtT Anrll T-WHtiT.T. 1..-
No. 1 hard 7b?4ci. No. 1 northern, 74c,:
74V4C north"'n' ?cl May. 6Vic; July.
OATS-May, o'; V
Kansna fitw Kick Market,
KANSAS CITY', 7-ft'prtt 7. EGGS Fl rm ;
fresh Missouri and Kansas etock, HVc
dozen, cases returned; new, No. 2, white
wood cases included,, 12V4C. ,
.Peoria.. Market. .
MPE?RIA In- APr'1 7.-CORN-Lower;
No. 3. 39c.
OATS-Dull; No. i white, 82c.
NEW ORLEANS. April 7.COTTON
Very steady; sales. 1,960 bales; ordinary,
8-4c; good ordinary. ic low middling, 9Hc;
middling, 10 1-16c; good middling, 1014c; mid
dling fair, 113-lttc, nominal; receipts 4,331
bales; stock. 126.302 bales. Futures barely
steady; April, 10.02c; May. 10. Lift 10. 14c; June
,...-.,, iv 10c, juiy, 11. vm io.iuc; August,
9.63ie9.64c; September. 8.84''fl8.87c; October,
8. 41 ti 8.42c; November, 8.28.30c; December,
8.2Mt.29c. . .
NEW YORK, April 7.-COTTON-Opened
firm at an advance of 1S7 points and imme
diately following the call displayed activity.
May selling up to 10.40c and July to 9.99c;
this being a new higher record for the
season. The Initial strength waa due to a
continued buying In the old crop portions
by May a lid July-shorts, but the shorts
were about only buyers, and while the Liv
erpool market made a fair response to the
New York advance of Monday port receipts
were heavy and the market, 'after a brief
interval of irregularity, turned decidedly
weak under liquidation. During the bal
ance of the sesclon prices displayed an un.
Interrupted downward tendency, though to
ward the close there was an Improvement
for the lowest of 8 points In May and about
2 points on the list generally as a result of
further covering, with the market Anally
barely steady at a net decline of 6 points
to an advance of 1 point. Total sales fu
tures estimated at 200.000 bales. A factor
In the declining tendency was the talk of
shipments to be made to this port for de
livery on May contracts. It was argued
that the high level attained by values In
the local market permits of the better
frades being shipped here from Liverpool,
t was said that about 40.000 bales were be
ing held In the south for f hlpnifnt to New
York for delivery should the bull clique
call for actual delivery on May holdings,
and this naturally encouraged room shorts
to maintain their position, while It also
brought about renewed sales by commission
houses, who took profits for the long ac
count. The bull pool also was credited with
ST. LOUIS, April 7.-COTTON-Flrm and
unchanged: middling. 916-lftc: sales, 318
bales; receipts. 8.069 bales; shipments, 2,977
bales; slock. 18.471 bales.
LIVERPOOL April 7. COTTON-Spot.
moderate business done; prices 6 points
higher; American middling, fair, 6.92d; good
middling. 6.20d; middling. 6.40d: low mid
dling. 6.30d; .ordinary, 6.02d. The sales of
the day were 7,000 bales, of which 600 were
for speculation and export and Included 800
American: receipts, 6.000 bales, including
J.610 American. Futures opened firm and
c lowed quiet. American middling. April,
6.24it.26d; April and May. 6 245254: May
and June, 6.26d; June and July, 6.26d; July
and August, 6.25ff6.26c; August and Septem
ber. 6.16d; September and October. 4.8iid:
October and November, 4 60Q4.61d; Novem
ber and Iecember. 4.63d.
BOSTON. April 7 WOOL-Contlnuei
quiet, as manufacturers are only taking
material enough for Immediate use. Prices
have softened here and there, but on the
whole the changes during the week have
not been Important. Territory wools have
been quiet, with little If any change In
The following are the quotatlona: Terri
tory, chnlcuet staple, scoured, basis fine.
64'a55c; fine medium. 62ti.Vto: m"i1'um. 464
47c. Territory ord nary: Fine, 62io(3c; fine
medium, 4Wn60c; medium, 454i46c. Ohio and
Pennsylvania fleeces are quiet, steady, but
not particularly active; Ohio and Pennsyl
vania XX and above. 81-hQ2c: X. 27rg28c;
No. 1. 3mZc; No. 2. 30e31c; Ohio delaine,
teuMc: Michigan X and above. 2c; No.
1, 2728c; No. 2. 271 28c.
NEW YORK. April 7 WOOL-Flrm.
8T. LOU18, April 7.-WOOL-Easy ; me
dium srade- and combine. WnXKc: light
fine. 15417c; heavy fine, lOftlSc; tub washed
WASHINGTON. April 7-WOOL-8hlt-ments
from Australia to the Unl'ed States
last year amounted to 84,004 bales, a d--crease
of 1.709 bales from that of the pre
vious season, according to a report to th,
State department from Consul General
Bray at Melbourne
NEW' YORK. April 7,-COFFEE-8pol
Rio. quiet; No. 7 invoice, 6Vc: mild, dull;
Cordova, 7ftl2c. Futures orened steidv
In tone, with unchanged prices, ant re
sulted comparatively active. The early
news wss not influential, but later Havre
displayed a reactionary tendency, cooing
net 14f higher, and while the day's receipt
were fu'l at both ports and Interior poln'i
of BrailU a rumor was circulated that the
Braxillsii government had decided to plar
a new ta ot 21 jer cent on rc lp..- 01
coff.e. ii.- tax to be paid In colt. t ait
diMioyed, thus caiif-lng a decrease In pros
pective supplies. hlle this scheme Is n .1
regarded aa piactical by ine local irad
as a whole, Ii, in connection with tne
strength In the French market, rail nil the
fTMrk-rt around mludny and at one time
ehowed an advance 01 iii points. Juel
beiore the close, however, there was con
sioeiable fresh Interest and the inaraei
waa nnally barely steady net unchain i
to 10 points higher. Hales were reporleu
of 115,11 bags, including: May, 3 9-.Nj4.Uoc;
June, 4.lc; July, 4 lnwi.l.ic; August, 4. .
4.36c; Hepiember, 4iMi4.4t.ic; Octooer, 4.36t
4.011c; November, 4 V"ii4.o6c; December, 4 61
(i4.ioc; January, 4.7od4tkc; February, 4. Sue;
NEW YORK STOCKS AMI BO MIS
Market Develops Weakness on Dis
appointed Hopes for Activity.
NEW YORK. April 7. The weakness
which developed In today's stock market
bore witness to the disappointment telt In
speculative circles at the failure of what
are considered lavorable developments in
the trttuation to awaken any sign ot Inter
est In speculation on the part of the out
side houses. Call money was not higher
than 6 per cent at any time and fell loi i
than that on enlarged offerings by the
bsnks. There was some lending on call
also by stock coinmiaslon huum-s, which
have supplied their expected needs with
time loans and have money on their hanns
now, owing to the practical stagnation 111
the commission business in stuck, at pres
ent. The Immediate money situation erases
to be a factor In the stock market. Great
hopes have been eiitertulneit that the ad
vent or this condition would arouse some
speculative Interest in securities and would
altord opportunity to begin to move the
unolgesteu mass Wlin wnlch the market
la weighted uuan. Not much prospect was
offered by the day's events of any effective
assimilation of Hie congestion ot securities,
111 which Is Involved the emourrassing tleup
of vredita whim threutena the future fu
tilities of the money miiiitii. The Indefi
nite postponement 01 the southern pacilic
annual meeting was leu en in a more el
couragea spirit this morning, owing to Us
Insurance ot the mdeiinlie prolongation 01
ttio present control 01 that property, but
renewed uncusiiiess was telt over tne po
uitlun of the speculative pool In Southern
facinc stock, ine extension 01 the poui
carries 11 oniy 10 April in, and tne tug
fcesuve weakness ot the slock toany had
a weakening svniDathetlc eflei t on the timr-
ket. there was heavy selling at other
points In the list, attrlbute-u to the same
bo ii ice. 1 nis development uut an etui
quickiy to an upward movement during the
him nuur. leo uy isew ora central, which
seemed uealgned as a bull demonstration
with the purpose 01 attracting the expected
outsldu interest. When tins demonstration
was seen to fall of Its effect speculative
interest became atagnunt. Reports ot
strike at some of the collieries In the an
thracite regiun owing to uiSDuted Intemre
talion ot the strike coninusclon's award
haa a depressing effect on the coalers. The
narp occilnes in the Lulled States Steel
n.-cui'itles coming at the same time with a
meeting of the finance committee of the
corporation had a decidedly unfavorable
effect. Both stocks tell over a point and
the new . aoid on the curb at S4H. The
feature of the day was the wide declines
among dormant stocks made necesnary be-
it, re a saie cuuia ue enected. Lackawanna
was sold down 9 points after a preliminary
rlsj of a point. Lake Erie t Western pre
ferred and Cleveland, Lorain & Wheeling
preferred each dropped 6 points on a alngie
lale, Westlnghouse Electric 4, Virginia
Carolina Chemical preferred 3 and New
York Dock preferred 2V4- The expected Ju
dicial decision In the Northern Securities
case came In for considerable discussion In
connection with the points left uncovered
by the decision In the Southern Pacific in
junction cane and the possibilities lving
In the Northern Securities decision were
believed to have a good deal to do with
the weak undertone of the market.
Bonds were dull and Irregular. Total
sales, par value, tl,760,u00. United States
3s, coupon, advanced t per cent and the
3s. registered, Vi per cent on the last call.
' The following ure the quotations on th
istw 1 or stock exenange:
Bal. A Ohio
Chea. A Ohio
Chicago A Alton.
Chicago A 0. W.
do lt ptd
IIS Teia, 4 Paclfle
. 44 W
.. Toledo, St. L. & W
.. lo-tui do pfd
.. I' . L'nion Paclfle
..1S'.,I do pfd
Wheeling A L. E.
do Id pfd
do 19 ptd.
Chicago A N. W....1M',' American Ex...
Chicago Ter. A Tr.. llU't'nlttd State, Ex
do pfd 21
C. C. C. A Bt. L.i.. II
Colorado 80 24
do lat ptd,.,. wi,
do id pfd II
Dal. A Hudaon IIS
Pel. L. A W Ui
Denver A R. 0 Jo Si
do pfd W
Erie , iW
do Irt pfd 41
do 2d pfd : t:
Croat Nor. pfd 190
Hocking Valley loo
do pfd If, 4
Illlnota Central 11.44
Iowa Central IA
do pfd u
Lak Erla A W 40
do pfd 101
L. N 11714
Met. St. Ry 133V,
Meg. Central tl1
Mei. National Ill,
Minn. A St. L II
Mo. Paclfle 107-,
M.. K. A T Ill,
Amer. Car A IT.....
do pfd. ,
Amer. Lln.i Oil....
American 8. A R-.
Anac. Mining Co... .11
Brooklyn R. T 1
Colo. Fuel A Iron... 6
Cons. Uaa :04
Cont. Tobacco pfd... Ill
Hocking Coal ...
Inter. Power ....
National Lead ..
No. American ...
Pacific; Coaat ....
People's Gaa ....
Preaaed 8. Car ..
. 12 ,
Pullman P. Car Ill
do pfd 84 VI
N. 3. Central 170
N. Y. Central 111
Norfolk A W 19V
Tenn. Coal A Iron... 131,
do. pfd 17V,
Union Bag A P.
Ontario av W 2Vi
do lat pfd 13V,
do 2d pfd 4
Bt. L. S. P 7IV4
do lat pfd It
do td pfd II
St. L. 8. W fj',
do pfd 6OV4
St. Paul Ill 44
do pfd.. Jul
So. Parlflc sr4
80. Railway JO',
. do pfd Ill,
V. 8. Leather ....
V. 8. Rubber
V. 8. Steel
Weatern Union . . . .
K. C. Southern....
. 52 V,
Sew York Money Market.
NEW YORK, April 7.-MONEY-On call,
firmer, at 4V,4f5 per cent; closing, 6tg6 per
cent; time money, nominal; sixty-day bills,
StiVi per cent; ninety days, 6i5V, per cent;
s4x months. 6V, per cent; prime mercantile
paper, 6V,ii0 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Weak, with ac
tual bualness In bankers' bills at $4.8000jj
4.8665 for demand and at $4.fct5'ii 4.8375 for
sixty-day bills; posted rates, $4. 84V, and
$4 S7V4'g-4 S8; commercial bills, $4.K4ifj4.R3V4.
SILVER Bar, 49V,c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, firmer; railroad, Ir
regular. '1'h closing quotatlona on bond are a
tl. 8. ref. U, reg.--.10l L A N. unl. 4a 100'
do coupon Id
do la, reg 107V,
co coupon 101 V,
oo new 4a, reg 1IAV,
no coupon U
do old 4a, rag Ill
do coupon Ill
. do te. reg i,..103'j
do coupon 103V,
Atchlaon gen. 4, t
do adj. 4a MV,
Bal. A Ohio 4,
do IV,a I3V4
do conr. 4a Hkjv,
Canada So. 2s Hv.
C of U. ts 107
do la Ine 74
Chea. A Ohio 4V,a...l(H
Chicago A A. v,a... 74
C. B. A U. s. 4e... 12
Meg. Centra, 4a 77
do 1, Inc 26V,
M. A St. L. 4a
M , K. AT. 4 I94
do la to
N. Y. C. gen. iy,a.ini4
N. 1. C. gen. ts 129V,
No. Pacific 4,
do la 71
N. W. eon. 4a 174,
Reading gen. 4a 4e,
St. L. A I. M. e. 0. II
St. L. A 8. r. 4,.... NV,
SI. L 8. W. 1, t',
8. A, A A. P. 4a... !
So. Parllln 4, KI4,
So Railway I, Ill
T. A P. la 116V,
T.. St. L. A W. 4e.. 75
C, M. A 8. P. S 4110,
Inlon Pacific 4 lm
C. A K. W.
do cone. 4e...
do deh. R. . ..
W Shore 4s.
Wheel. 4V L K.
Wla. Central 4e
Con. Tobacco 4,
Colo. Puel ts...
C. R. I. A P. 4..
Chicago Tee. 4a...
Colorado 80. 4....
Dearer A R- O. 4
Erie prior lien 4a.... a
do general 4a S4T,
P. W. D. C. la... 1-
Hocking Val. 4'va. . . .Iu4'i,
Besloav Stocks anal Bonis.
BOSTON. April 7.-Call loan. 6V4 per
cent; time loans, 6641 per cent. Official
closing of stocks and bondo:
Mei. Central 4 "V,
do pfd 4
Boeto A Albaay....Ul
Boatoa A Me I'
al. 4c Hecla
Copper Rang -
Dominion Coal ....
Boetoa nieratea le
N. Y.. N. H. A H-.-toi
t nloa Pactse ....
Amertcao ugar .
Americas T. A T.
Doaitatoa I. A 8.,
Cleneral Electrle .
Sent Pe Copper...
t ailed State
Maas. Electric ...
t nlteal Fruit
V B. Steel
Bank ( learlnas.
OMAHA. April 7. Bank clearing for to.
day were 11.233.743.18; Increase over corre
sponding day last year, $176.03.68.
NEW YORK, April 7 Clearings, t.
OtC.iiJ: balances. $M.27.2.
BOSTON, April 7. Clearings, $26,673,683;
PHILADELPHIA, AprU 7.-Clearlngs,
$.257.3.11; balance. t3.O40.87t; money, MfSV
FALTIMORE. April 7 -Clearings. $4,828,
472: bnlnnres. $rtlt,S9": money, per cent.
CINCINNATI. April 7-Clerlng. H.442,.
IVi; money. 6ii8 per cent; New York ex
cliatigr. l.Sc premium.
8T. IXll'IS, April 7 Clearing. $9,041,064;
balances, $791, l; money, steady at 6ff
per cent; New Y'ork exchange, 40c premium.
London Dark Mnrket,
LONDON. April 7. 4'loslng quotations:
Conjoin for money. .11 J-1IIN. T. Central llftfc
to account II Nnrfnlk WMters.. 7I4
anar-onaa no bio
Atrhlann M- .Ontario A Waatars
do ptd V
do l.t pM
do Id pM
Kalttmnr Ohio.... I4K,
Canadian Parlllc 1J2',
rhfupuki Ohio... 44
1 niio a. w n
I'.. M. A 8t. P 117
Ill-liter A R. O.
do Irt pM
do Id pfd
do ptd 171,
I'nttrd RtatM Staal... I4
LKiuiavtue ft Naith...!;n-fc
M:oiirl. K. A T. . . . JSi,
at 22 11-181 per
MONEY-33i4 per cent. Th rate of dis
count In the open market for short bills Is
S-W'S--, per cent nnd for three-months' bills
3 e-16'u.Ts ;ier cent.
Neiv York MlnlnaT Storks.
NEW YORK. April 7-The following
are the cioslnjr quotations on the Now
York Stock exchange:
Adam, Con 40 .Oniarlo t75
Alice z, liiphlr I4S
Hreec j-fl Phniilg I
Hrunewlch Con 4 .Pntoal 40
run. tal St Va I'iiKa-ie; II
Deadwnod Terra ISO sierra Neeada 74
Iron Silver 125 iSmall Hope, 10
Leadvllle Con I ! Standard ri
Llllle Chlet I I
Mil anil Rosin.
OIL CITY, Pa., April 7.-OIL Credit bal
ances, $160; certiorates no bid; shipments,
Pennsylvania, 01.298 bbls.; average, 83.S40
bhis.; runs. 47.025 bbls.: average, 68.150
bbls.: shipments, Lima, 80.923 bbls.; aver
age. 70.748 bbls.; rims. 6.4H5 bbls.; average,
SAVANNAH. April 7.-OIL Turpentine,
quiet st file. Rosin nominal; quote: A. B.
C. D. R. $2.06; F, $2.10; O. $2.20; H. $2.40; I,
2.sr: K. $3.2fl; M, $3.40; N. $3.50; WO. $3.S0;
1A1NHON. April 7.01L-Linseed, 23 d.
Turpentine spirits, 43s 7V,d.
CoDsIgn your grain to the
LOGAN GRAIN GO.
KANSAS CITY, flO.,
And you will get best welgbti, best prices
and quick returns.
Members Principal Exchanges
BRANCH OF ICE OMAHA, NEB.
llo-Ul Board of Trade.
W. E. WARD, Mgr. Telephone 1511
(Should be read DAILT y all Interested,
as cnaiifces may occur at any time.)
Foreign malls for the week ending April
11, 1WI3, will ;:lose (PROMPTLY in all cases)
at the general posiottice as follows: f Ak
. i-Jirf) 1 .81 i.IaiLS close one hour earlier
than closing time Bhown below.- Parcels
post ti.aliB tor Oermuny close at 6 p. m.
.Monday and Wednesday.
Kcauiar and euyi.-.ieiilary malls close at
foreign station uaif 1.0 ur later than closing
time shown below 'except that supplemen
tary malls for Europe and Central America,
via Colon, close one hour later at foreigu
WEDNESDAY At 7:30 a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per a. a. Rotterdam (mail
muat be directed "per s. s. Rotterdam");
ai 11:30 a. m. (.supplementary 1 p. m.) for
EUROPE, per s. a. Oceanic, via Queens
town. THt.h6DAY-At 7 a. m. for FRANCE, per
1 . a. La Bretagne, via Havre (mall for
otLcr parts of Europe must be directed
"per s. a. La Bretagne"); at 11:30 a. m.
(supplementary 1 p. m.) for EUROPE,
per s. a. Deutschland, via Plymouth,
Cherbourg and Hamburg.
SATURDAY At 8 a. m. lor BELGIUM di
rect, per s. s. Kroonland (mall must be
directed "per a. s. Kroonland"); at 9:30
a. m. for SCOTLAND direct, per a. a.
Anchorla (mall must be directed "per s. a.
Anchorla"); at ll:3o a. m. (supplementary
1 p. m.) for EUROPE, per s. s. Umbrla,
via Queenstown; at 1 p. m. for ITALY
direct, per s. a. Princess Irene (mall must
be directed "per a. a. Princess Irene").
PRINTED MATTER, ETC.-Thls steamer
takes printed matter, commercial paper
and sample for Germany only.. To same
class of mail matter for other parts ot
Europe will not be cent by this ship un
let specially directed by her.
After the closing ot the supplementary
transatlantic malls named above, addi
tional supplementary mails are opened on
the piers of tne American, English. French
and Oerman steamer, ana remain open
until within ten minute of th nour of
ualllng of tamr.
Halls for South ant! Central America,
West Indies. Etc.
WEDNESDAY At 12 m. (supplementary
12:30 p. m.) for BAHAMAS, per a. a.
Antllla (mall must be directed ''per s. s.
THURSDAY At N a. m. for CUBA. YUCA
TAN, CAMPECHE, TABASCO and CHI
APAS, per s. a. Havana (mail for other
parts ot Mexico must be directed "per
a. a. Havana"); at 9:30 a. m. (supplement
ary 10:30 a. m.) lor CENTRAL AMERICA
(except Costa Rica) and SOUTH PA
CIFIC PORTS, per a. a. Yucatan, via
Colon (mall for Ouatemala must be dl.
reeled "per b. a. Yucatan"); at 11:30 a. m.
(supplementary 12:30 p. m.) for LEE
WARD and WINDWARD ISLANDS.
BRITISH, DUTCH and FRENCH GUI
ANA, per s. s. Fontabelle (mall for Bar
bados must be directed "per a. s. Fonta
belle"); at 12 in. for BARBADOS and
NORTHERN BRAZIL, per s. s. Ami
znnense, via Para and Manaos.
FRIDAY At 9:30 a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for 1NAOUA and HAITI, per
s. s. Bolivia
SATURDAY At 8:30 a. m. (supplementary
9:30 a. m.) for CURACAO and VENE-
Zl tu, per s. s. .una (mall for Savan
Ilia and Cartagena must be directed "per
a. 1. Zulla "); at 9 a. m. for PORTO RICO,
per s. s. Coamo; at 9:30 a. m. (supple
mentary 10:30 a. m.) for FORTUNE IS
LAND, JAMAICA. 8A VANILLA, CART
AGENA and GREYTOWN per s. s. Al
leghany (mall for Costa Rica must bs
directed "per a. s. Alleghany"); at 10
a. m. for CUBA, per s. s. Mexico, via
Havana; at 10 a. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND, per s. s. Rosalind.
Mall For warden overland, Ke.. Kg.
CUBA By rail to Port Tampa. Fla., and
thence by steamer. clcvs at this office
dnlly, except Thursday, at t6:30 a m.
(tha connecting malls close here on Mon
day,. Wednexduys and Saturday,!.
WKXICO CITY Overland, unless specially
addressed for despatch by steamer, closes
at this office dally, except bi n"ay, at 1:J4
p. m. and 11:30 p. m. Sundays at 1 p. m
ami 11:30 r- an.
NEWFOUNDLAND By rail lo Nrth
Sydney, and thence by steamer, closes al
this office dally at :3u r. m. (connecting
.nails close here every Monday, Wednes
day and Saturday.
JAMAICA By rail to Boston, and thenc
by steamer, close at this office at 9:30 p.
m. every Tuesday and Thursday.
MIQUFI-ON-Bv rail to boston, and thence
by steamer, closes at this office dally at
( 30 p. m.
BELIZE. PUERTO CORTEZ and GUATB
MALA By rail to New Orleans, and
thenc by steamer, close at thl, olAc
Oglly, except Sunday, at fl:30 p. m. and
lfl:30 p. 111., Sunday at tl:00 p. n- and
tll:30 p. m (connecting mall cloaea her
Monday at ill Jo p. m.).
CObTA RICA By rail to Nw Orleans, and
thenc by steamer, cloae, at hia oAioa
dally, except Sunday, st tl:H- p. m. and
111.30 p. m., Sundays at Tl p u. an til .34
. m. (.connecting man ur Tu-
VI at 111.30 d. m l.
BAHAMAS texcept parcel post malls) By
ran i wiismi, r ia., ani inenc by
learner, closes ttiU nOic at 16:30 a. itt.
every Monday and Wednesday.
tK EG I STEREO MAIL cloae at p. n.
HAWAII, via San Francisco, close ber
dally at 9:30 p. m. up to April loth, in
clusive, for despatch per a. r. Alameda.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Vailcouvc -nd
Victoria Um . .'Ins ner dally at M
o in. up to April iith, Inclusive, for des
patch per s. s. Empress of Jaoan. Mer
chandise fur L- d pntal a..c at
buaxghal tannoi be .twrwarded via
HAWAII. CHINA. JAPAN and specially
addressed inatlfr for the PHILIPPINE
ISLANDS, via San Francisco. her.,
dally at 6:30 p. m. up to April (9th. Incliji
1ve, for despatch tier s. a. Gaelic.
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via Mai. Fr".
Cisco, close her dally at (:0 p. 111 up t.t
April fioih. inclusive, for despatch pe.
C. S. transport.
CHINA and JAPAN. Via Tacoma clo
here dally at 30 p. m. up to April llth.
Inclusive, for despatch per a. a. Victoria.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle close hn j
dally at 6:30 p.-m. up to April IMh, In
clusive, for despatch per s, a. A ski Alaru.
Hawaii, JAPAN. I HI.VA a-d PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS. Via San Fianclsco, i
here dally at t:30 p, m. up to April l.ih.f
Inclusive, for Hespatch per a. s. Ilop J
Kong Maru. I
NEW ZEALAND. AUFTRAI.fA tev,eiit
WOSII KKW CAl-B-LH UN lA, y ' J I. IVA.Mt'A
and HAWAII, via San i-'i J:,cleco. cin-.,
here dally at :S0 n. m. after Man-li 2Sih
and up to April IlKth, Inclusive, for ,ln
patch per s. s. Sierra, (if the Cuiiiinl
steamer carrying the British m.111 tor
New Zealand does not aiilvo n.l!nie !
connect with this despatch. jr,- mail-
closing at 6:30 a. m., a. n ami G:
p. m.; Sundays st 4:30 a. m., 0 a. in.
and 4:30 p. m. will be made up and foi
wsrded until tho an .val of the Cuuar.l
TAHITI and MARgUKSA? ISLANDS. -t
Han rranciaco ciuie Here daily nt I:---'
p. m. up to April 24th. Inclusive for des
patch per a. s. Maripvaa.
AUSTRALIA (excert VVesO. FIJI Irf
LANDS and NEW CALEnCM.. v-t
Vancouver and Victoria, B. C . c'ore hn.:
dally at 8:30 p. m. after Anrll flRih and in
to April L'.'.th. Inclusive, for d--pulch e.
a. a. Mlowera.
NOTE I'nless ulherwis addreased. West
Australia is forwarded via Europe, nnd
New Zealand and Philippines via Snn
Francisco the q"lcke,t routes. Phllip
plnes specially addressed "via Canada '
or "via Europe" must be fully prepaid at
the foreign rates. Hawaii is forwarded
via San Francisco exclusively.
Transpacific malls are forwarded to port Of
sailing dally and the schedule of doting
is arranged on the presumption of their
uninterrupted over md trcnslt. Regis
tered mr'.l close at :0o p. m. previous
CORNELirS VAN COTT. Postmaster
Postofflce, New York, N. Y., April 3, ;903.
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, Cheyenne, Wyo., March 31sl, 1H"3
tseaiea propoeais, in triplicate, will be re
ceived at this office until 2 o'clock p. m..
mountain time. May 1st, 03, and then
opened, for furnishing all material and
labor necessary for tha construction of
about 1,850 feet of six-Inch sewer at Fort D
A. Russell. Wyo. Full Information, blank
forme, plana and specifications furnished
on application to this office; also to the
cmce or in vniei uuarcermaster. Chicago
St. Paul, Omaha. Fort Riley, Kan., and
Lienver. unitea mates reserves the right
to accept or reject, any or all bids or any
f .,i.riuuo vuillHining OluS 1
be endorsed "Pro no, I for Sewer ..
at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyo.." and :id
dressed to Captain W. 8. Scott, Construct
Ing Quartermaster, Cheyenne. Wyo,
U. S. POSTOFFICB, SOUTH OMAHA.
eb r8.e; ed Proposals will be received at
this building until 3 o'clock p. m. Wednes
day, April 16, 1908, for furnishing fuel,
light, water. Ice, miscellaneous sjpplles.
washing towels, hauling aahea and sprink
ling streets for this building during the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1904. or such .
portion of the year as may be deemed aa
vlsable. The right to reject any and al.
bids Is reserved by the Treasury depart
ment, FRED J. KTTER, Custodian.
AILWAV TIME CARD.
UIOS STATION IOTH AMI HAHCY.
Overland Limited a 9:40 am a 7:60 pm
The Fast Mail r. 8:2i pro
California Express a 4:20 pm
Pacific Express all;30 pm
Eastern Express a 5 SO pm
The Atlantic Express... a 7:30 am
The Colorado Special.. a 7:10 am 1.8:40 am
Chicago Special : .a e.-lO am
Lincoln, Beatrice and '.
Stromsburg Express. .b 4:00 rim bl2:50 pm
North Platte Local a 8:00 am a 6:15 pm
Grand Island Local b 6:30 pm t 9:33 pm
?t. Louis Express alO:00 am a 6:13 pm
:. C. and St. L. Ex....al0:60 pm a 6:10 am
; Wabash. . . . .
St. Louis "Cannon Ball"
Express a S:55 pm a $:20 am
St. Louis Local. Coun
cil Bluffs a 9:1$ am al0:30 pm
(.toicufcto, liock Island tc PaclDo.
Chicago Daylight L'V'd.a 6:00 am a D.46 am
Chicago Daylight Local. a 7:00 uni a 9.:a pra
Chicago Express bll:15 tun a 6:u6 pm
Des Moines r.xpresc....a 4:30 pm bll:iu urn
Chicago Fast Express.. a 6:33 pm a i 26 pm
Rocky Mountain L t d. .a i0 pm a i.t6 am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs.
Denver, Pueblo and
w .a 1 :30 pm a t :00 pm
Colo., Texas., Cal and
Oklahoma Flyer ..a 6:40 pm al2:40 pm
ChU-aco, Milwaukee etc tit. Pawl.
Chicago Daylight a 7:46 am all:16 pm
Chicago cast Express. ..a 6:46 nin a :o pin
Chicago Limited a 8.06 pin a 7:0 urn .
Des Moines Express.... a 7.46 am a 3:40 un.
Chicago Local. 10:40 aui
Chlcaso A Northwestern. .
. w."Th" Northwe.u.n Line."
Fast Chicago ..a a;10 a ;;00 am
Mali a .oo pm a srdo am
ff0.1 ty 1 8:,v m P
1 ; 1 e;wu am au:iu pra
Local Chicago al0.65 am a :iv pm
t?cf -'i-"'1 a 4:00 pm a M:6o am
Fast Chicago a l:bo pm a 3:43 pm
' Bt. a 7:66 pm a :16 Lm
limited Chicago a k;10 pm a v:io am
- . .w v.w via u v:,
tlliuola Central. ,
Chicago Express a 7:36 am
Chicago. Minneapolis V
. 6:10 pin
St. Paul Limited a 7:60 pm a 3:05 am
Minneapolis & St. Paul
Express ....b 7:36 am bl0:3i pm
Chicago Local lv:J6 am
Chicago Express al0:3j am
BIRLIMUTO fl'AT.UN-lOTH MAsO
Barllngton A Miaaonrl River,
a 7:46 pm
a t.U am
a 8:10 pm
a 3.10 pm
a 9:os am
a :27 am
Wymora, Beatrice and
Lincoln a 8:60 am
Nebraska Express a 1:60 am
Denver Limited a 4:10 prn
Black lilna snd Puget
Sound Express all:10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 8:63 pm
Fort crook and Piatt-
mouth b 3:20 pm
Bellevu & Pacific Jot. .a 7:6u pm
Belle vu tt Pacific Jut. .a 8:60 am
Chlcaso, Barllnarton ttnlnry.'
Chicago Special. a 7:00 am a 3-5S nm
fhioina Vestlbulad Ki a i m ? .? P,n
Chicago Local a 9:18 am
Chicago Limited a .u6 pm
Kansas City, IM. Joseph g
Kirnui City Day Ex. ..a 9:16 am
Bt. Louis Flyer a 6:10 pm
Kansas City Night Ex..aw.jy
a l.tj am
a 7:43 urn
a 3:4o pm
a C:0S pm
a :ls am
WEBSTER DEPOT 16TH etc VVEUITKlt
Chicago at ?.'ort Unreal era'
4 Wyomlnar Division.
Black H1U. Deadwood,
Lead, Hot Springs.. .. .a 8:00 pm
Wyoming, Casper and
Douglas d 3:00 pm
Hastings. York, David
City, buperior, Geneva,
Exeter and Sew ard.... b 8:00 pni
Bonestecl. Lincoln. Nio
brara and Fremont. ..b 7:30 am
Fremont Local 1 am
a 6:00 pm
0 6.-00 pm
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b 4:10 pm alO:25 am
Chicago, Kl. Paal, Mlaneapelia .
Twin City Passenger.... 8:30 am a 8:10 pin
Hloug Cltr P:tsenger...a J:u) pm ull:20 Lm
Oakland local... b 6:46 pro B t: JUj
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Daiiw
except Saturday, a D.riy exc.pt Monday
e Sunday only. "'
S-ew iwls-aerew taisas sf U.M t-.
gw yoka-MuTi.KUAa. .1. ZvluSx.
aliu.g WedbeaSiir at u A.U
Potadam April It, Noerdam Maw a
Slalendaoi April :a Huciaraam' v,.: ,,
fi,u(Um April it Poledai ZYt "
t Dearborn Chteago. III. '
Ham at a of. 101 n -
1U ranuu st.. J. aV kwaoiaa. Uaf .,. . T
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