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THE OMAnA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, APRIL 27, 1003.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
All Prodaora Ar Coll and ListVi on
Board of Trade.
PRICES RISE AND FALL IRREGULARLY
Wheat mm Oats Drop, Cora (ion l,
Wall Provisions Art Mainly la
chtBfti, After Considerable
oiling; by Loifi.
CHICAGO. April 25. Trading lu tb
(train and provmoa pa wn dull toaay and
aa easier ton prevailed in wheat. May
dosing C lower and .uly no lower; May
corn was Vc amber, with July un
cnangea. and May oata closed a (bade
lower, wltn July uown .c. Provisions
tcaa), the July product being unchanged
to Kwc lower.
Tnere waa little of conspicuous In the
trading In wheal and the market on tne
whole was null. Opening prices were
easier, due to the lower cables and May
was unchanged to o lower at 77S774c.
but July waa a abade to Ha higher at 71 Wo)
73 e to 72c. The strength In corn bad
a somewhat bull I eh eneel early and under
thla Influence May sold up to 77ttc and
July to 724C but the improved feeling was
only momentary, for with selling by pit
traders and brokers the market gradually
declined. Late In the day quite a severe
break occurred on acattered liquidation In
tbe nearby months and May slumped to
74c while July sold ofl to 72'fi24c.
Active support was lacking and weakness
continued till the close, which showed a
loss on May of e at 77c. July closed
HHe lower at 72472c. Clearances of
wheat and flour were equal to 85.00
bushela. Primary recelpie were 846,000
bushels against 216.000 bushels a year ago.
Minneapolis and Duluth reported receipts
of 174 cars, which with local receipts of
20 cars, none of contract grade, made total
receipts for tbe three points of 194 ear
against 10 cars last week and 188 car
A good commission houae demand for
both May and July corn was responsible
fur the stretch which was manifested In
the pit and with little on the market at
any time the firmness was well maintained.
Higher cables had a strengthening Influence
at the opening and with a good cash de
mand with small receipts, local shorts were
considerably alarmed at the prospects and
covered freely. The weakness In wheat
had little effect on corn values and closing
prices were firm. May being iHe higher
at 45X4e and July unchanged at 45Hc
Local receipts were 49 cars none of con
Oats started strong, helped by the bullish
tendency In corn and on small receipts,
but at the higher figures Influential sell
ing by commission houses caused a reac
tion and the market broke quite badly.
July declining Vc Prices were eteady, the
latter part of the session and July closed
Ho lower at SVc. with May a shade lower
at J44e. Local receipts were loo cars.
There waa considerable realizing In pro
Tlslons by local longs, but offerings were
well taken by brokers and prices held
steady. July pork closed unchanged at
$17.47V4: July lard was 2V4o lower at J9.62V4.
9 85 and ribs were off a ehade at 19.65
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
40 cars; corn, $5 cars; oats, 165 cars; hogs.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close. Yesy,
77V 74 7RH1
i-i v-"2 ''T
Cash Quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Firm; winter patents, 83.60(98 .60;
straights. 83.2dff8.40; spring: patents, 83.36
90; straights, 83.1093.40; bakers. $2.30ff2.S&.
WHEAT No. 8 spring. 78Vic; No. 8, 76c;
No. t red, 76J467714C.
CORN-No. i. 454o; No. I yellow, 45le.
OATS No. 2, 84c; No. t white. 33&'36c.
RYE No. 2, 6flc. .
BARLEY Good feeding, 88042c; fair to
Choice malting, 48j64c.
HEEDS No. 1 flax, $1.08; No. 1 northwest
ern, 81.10. Prime timothy, 83.65(33.60. Clover,
contract rrade. 811. 6OO12.00.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl $17.62
(17.76. Lard, per 100 lbs., $9.ftig9.6;. Bhort
ribs sides (loose), I9.6u&9 "6. .Dry salted
shoulders (boxed), $8 87SS.W; short clear
sides (boxed). $10.1210.26.
Following are the receipts and shipments
of flour and grain yesterday:
On the produce exchange today the but.
ter market waa easier; creamerlea, ltjg23c;
dairies, lExfi'iic. Eggs, easier; at mark,
cases Included. 14c Cheece, slow and
WW YORK GENERAL. MARKET.
4aotatloas of the Day as Various
NEW YORK. April 25.-FLOUR-Re-celpts,
13.540 bbls.; exports, 13.116 bbls.;
salea, 6.2o0 bbla.; quiet but firmly held;
winter patents, $3.70H.OO; winter straight,
33.60&3.6u; Minnesota patents, 84.00tt4.80;
Minnesota bakers, 83.20tjj3.4O; winter extras,
-'.ai.l0; winter low grades, 2.64i2.90.
Rye flour, steady: fair to good, $2.8t3.20;
choice to fancy, t3.2fco3.lo.
CORNMEAL Steady : yellow western,
$1.08; city. 3104; Brandywlne, $3.403.6i.
RYE Quiet; No. 2 western, 6oc, f. o. b.
afloat; state, 665ji8c. c. 1. f. New York.
BARLEY Dull; feeding. 61c, c. 1. f. Buf
falo; malting, 62OT8c. c. I. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, 146.260 bu.; exports,
16,684 bu. Spot, steady; No. i red, 82kc ele
vator; No. 2 red, 83c. f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern, Duluth, 86c, t. o. b. afloat; No. 1
hard. Manitoba. 87c, f. o. b. afloat. Options
opened l-regular, with foreign selling of
r September and were firmer later on acttv
y among local shorts, prospects of lower
temperatures west, fears of political trouble
In the far east, and the strength In corn
Hie late market was a shade easier through
realising and closed unchanged; May 8H
tlwc; closed at Slc; July, 76 1&-I677i4c
closed at Tic; September, 74f75c; closed at
CORN Receipts, 25.700 bu.; exports 630
Spot. Brm; No. 2. 6c. elevator, and 53c!
f. o. b. afloat; No. 3 yellow, 63e; No 3
white. etc Option market waa strong and
fairly active on rains In the Ohio valley
sines ana general room covering. The
iiuoo was nriu ai dti"c net advance later
cn May; May, M4i⁣ closed at 65Uc-
iUIyi JiVS: "'"fr.1 '-,vc; September;
HftulSc; closed at 6H4C
UAiB-neeepts u.ouo bu.; exports, 10,630
bu. Spot, dull; No. i, 38c; standard wh te
"$r.; ?-.7ci No- "bite. 4c; No i
w.i.1, w-w , up , iiiiAtHj wraiern. nominal
track, white. 3H5e. Options qulei but
firmer with corn. May closed ja.
-K"A.J.?l,d,y h'Wn. 'Wtf75c; good to
HOp's-Qulet. 8tate, common to choice
HlDE8-8teady. Oalve.tou. 2u o2 Itim
lie; l alirornla. n to b pounds, 19: Texa.
LEATHER Steady." Acid, 24tjc
RICE Firm. Domestic, fair to extra
PROVISIONS Beef, quiet. Famllv 111
11 1 - . u ..... 1 . . 1. . . 1 - . - '
w -vwv.w. nams. I20oi
21 W; packeta. $10.utail 60; city, extra lndli
ilti.iw. tut meats, qultt; pickled bel
lies. Vlitc: Pickled shoulders, 9c; pickled
hams, im'llc. Lard, easy; wet.ern
' rBiu'u. w.4v, rviuivu. firany; Continent
$10.3; South American, $li.u, fomiounil
.v(0o. rora. quiei; lamtlv, 11093- .hurt
I ,1 C k l It . . m . . r ...... k
cier. io to, iuvii, 9i9.iou in.
BUTTER Finn. Extra creamery. 25c;
extra itciory, iioc: creamery, common to
choice, ltNj.'lc, imitation creamery. lit
. HLcair-oieaay. state lull cr.um
fancy smull colored, fall made. 16c: mii
white, fall made. Hc; large colored, fall
micle. MH&'c; large white, fall maue.
Eiidd Strong. State and Pennsylvania,
lUti ltmc; southern, liVij liWc; Kentucky.
lCc; western gtorage packed, 16Vsc; western
TALLOW Quiet. Oty. 6Hc asked; ooun
METALS Business was quiet In the ea.1
tng metats today, with omclal quatsnop
Ui.cAaxigea 1 Ui reyorleC flria at M w4l
sflon for snot Conner, nnmlnsl: lake and
electrolytic. I14.7f.4f lis 00; resting, fl4.if 14.7t.
I.ead In moderate demsnd ann ateaay, siok
quoted at $4.67. Spelter, quiet ami firm;
spot quoted at 86.76. Iron, dull and easy;
prices nominally unchanged.
OMAHA WHOLES A LB MARKET.
CoaelHIon of Trade and 4taa4loas aa
Staple and Fasey Pradaee.
Ea08-Fresh stock, 13c.
LIVE POULTRY-Hens, 11c; roosters, ac
cording to age, b'a'Jc; turkeys, 13316c;
ducks. I0fj1lc; geese, 10c.
BITTER 1'acklng atotk. U4c: choice
dairy. In tubs, l.Vglic; separator, K23c.
OYHTER8 Standards, per can, lc; extra
selects, per can, 35c; New York counts, per
can, 4c; bulk, extra aeiects. per gal., 81.75;
bulk, standards, per g:il., (1.3b.
FRESH FISH Trout iloc; herring, 6c;
pickerel, 6c; pike, c; perch, c; buffalo,
dressed, 8c; suntleh 3c; biueflsh, 11c; white,
flsh. c; salmon, lHc; hsdriock, 11c; codfish,
12c: redsnapper, 10c; lobsters, boiled, per
lb., 27c; lobsters, green per lb.. 26c; bu 1
heads, 10c; catfloh, 14c; black bass, 17c; hali
but, 11c; shad roe. 36c each; roe ahad. Vac
BKAN-Per ton, $15 00.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Dealers' association: Choice No. 1 upland,
8m; No. I, 87.60; medium, 87.00; coarse,
W.60. Rye straw, $6.0. These prices are
for hay of good color and quality. Demand
talr and receipts lights.
RYE No. 2, 45c.
POTATOES Per bu., 26ia30c.
SEED POTATOES Northern grown, per
NEW CARROTS Per dosen bunches, 40c.
LETT I UK Per doxen bunches, 46c.
BEETS New southern, per doxen bunches,
45c; old, per bu., 4oc,
PAruiiiPS Per bu., 30c.
CUCUMBERS Hothoune, per dos., $1.50.
GREEN ONIONS Soutnern, per dosen
bunches, 45c; home grown, 12HQ16C.
RADISHES Southern, per dosen bunches,
75c; home grown, 3wo'4uc.
TURNIPS Canada rutabagas, per lb..
lc; new southern, per dosen bunches, 60c,
ONIONS Red Wisconalns, per lb., lc;
white, per lb., 14C
SPINACH Southern, per H-bu. box, $1.M.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $2 50.
BEANS wax, per bu. box, $3.6034.00;
string, per bu. box, $3.0j3.50.
CABBAGE Holland seed, per lb., 2Vs33c;
new California, per lb., iiV4c.
TOMATOES New Florida, per 6-baket
RHUBARB Per lb., lV4c.
ASPARAGUS Per dox. bunches, 7.
APPLES New Yom stock, $3.00.
STRAWBERRIES Texas, per is-qt case,
FIGS California, per 10-lb cartons. 80c;
Turkish, per 36-lb. box, I4il8c.
ORANGES CalifornU ravels, fancy, for
176 and (-mailer elxea, $.'.50i3.i6; for loO and
larger sUes, 83.2; cnolce, .4.iOffl3 oO; Medi
terranean aweets, ti.1b34.Qj; nweei, jaa,
LEMONS California fancy, $3.25.
DATES Persian, In 7010. boxes, per lb.,
6c; per case or o0-lb. pugs., s3.26.
PINEAPPLES Cuban. 83.25.
MAPLE SUOAR-Ohlo, per lb.. r.c.
l'OPCORN Per lb., 2c; ehel.ed, 4c.
HlDr.S .no. 1 g.ce.i, 014c; Nu. i green,
614c; No 1 salteu, 1V4C; io. 2 sal ed. tc;
No. 1 veal calt, 8 to li lba, ViC, No. 2 vea.
calf, 12 to la lbs., tVic: dry sailed hide, s
12c; ehecp peas, 25uSc; hor.ehldes, $).60ii
NUTS Walnuts. No. 1 soft shell, p.r lb.,
16c; hard (hell, per lb., 11c; No. 2 sofi th;.l,
per lb., 13c; No. 2 hard she.l, p-r lb., lie;
BraxliH, per lb., 12c; tuberts, per 10., i2c;
almonds, solft she.l. per lb., 16c; haiu shell,
per Id., 15c; pecans, large, per lb., lc;
small, per lb., lie; cocoanuts, per dos, uc;
chestnuts, per lu., 10c; peunuis, per lb., 6c,
roasteu peanuts, per lb., ic; black walnuti,
per bu., $1. w; bicaory nuts, per bu., $1.60;
cocoanuts, per 10j, .0O.
OLD METALS, ETC. A. B. Alplrn quote 1
the lololwing prices: Iron, louniy m . ed,
per ton, $il.000; Iron, stove plaie, per to.i,
8.00: copper, per lb., 8V4c; brt, htavy, per
lb., 8Vac; orass, light, per lb., svic; lead, j.er
lb., 8c; sine, per id., 2V4?.
WEAHB URAIX COMPANY.
Omaha Branch 110-111 Board of Trade
CHICAGO, April 25. WHEAT The mar
ket has been rather dreggy and dull, with
prices at one time oft .lc irom yta.av
day's close. Both EnglUh and continental
cables were some lower. Clearances were
&4,000 bu. New York reports 24 loedj taken
for export. - Primary reoelpts, 3w,0.0 lu.
against 216.000 last ' rear: primary
snipmenU 36,000, against . 2.1,0 0.
Northwest receipts, 174 cars, sgalns; 151
last year. Local receipts, 2) cars, ,wln
none contract: estimates for Monday. 40
cars. There was a tale here 01 dv,0 bu.
rye, and there went aome bids for wheat.
World's shipments w.li probably b a ojt
8,501.000 bu. It Is possiDle th: Am rcn
visible wl.l decrease 2.6ju,0.jo bu. Tnere will
be some Increase on passage. Wiif
conditions are still favorable for wheat and
It Is expected the May c.-j; condition will
be as high aa the April condition waa.
CORN The market has bean firm, e pe
dally for the May and September, 'lie
cash demand has continued good, with sale.
here of about IOO.OjO bu. Samples were hie
higher. New York reports 11 loads tor ex
port. Clearances, 2i6,(X)0 bu. Prmiry re
ceipts, 2:60tO bu., against ?9.','0 bu 'ait
year; primary snipments, ius.uai dj. against
HO.cO). Local recvipta, 49 cars; wl h rone
contract; estimates for Mondiy, 85 cars.
OATS Oat market opened strong, but thi
first prices proved to be the ten ens.
There was quite rree Buying py tne country
and some buying of July which looked ikj
Howe, but there was a good deal of com
mission houee selling, much of It based on
prediction of fine weather for the next
forty-eight hours. Clearancea were 32,00
bu. Local receipts, 106 cars, with 3 con
tract; estimates for Monday, 155 cars. Cash
prices were Vc lower. New York reports
100.000 bu. sold for export. Local caeh talee,
OU.OOO DU. .
PROVISIONS The provision marks hai
been quiet and neglected and prices li ive
barely held. There were 11,000 hogs. Prices
at yards 6c lower. Estimates for Monday,
2S.0uO head. Hogs in the west today, 28,20)
bead, against 29.100 lsst week and 80.600 Isst
year. Western receipts for 'he week werj
319.000 hogs, compared with 300.00) last year
and 415,000 two years ago. Receipts h -re
tor the week, ue.ouo, against a year
ago. WEARE GRAIN CO.
St. Loals Grata and Provisions.
ST. LOUIS. April 25. WHEAT Lower:
No. 2 red, cash, elevator, 73c; track, 72 14:6)
73Vc: May, 71Vc; July, 66Hc; No. 2 hard.
CO kw firm; ino. z casn, 4040, nominal;
trark. 414.'Vkc; May, 40i&40V4c; July. c.
OATS Dull; No. 2 cash, 33c, nominal;
track, 34c; May, 33c; July, 3Jc, nominal;
N'. 2 white, 37H3hc.
RYE Firm at 49c.
FLOUR Outlet and steady; red winter
patents, 3.tij3 t5; extra fancy and straight,
skko Timotny, nominal. 1z.00qf2.40.
CORNMEAL Steady at $2.30.
BRAN Stronger; sacked, east track, 66c.
HAY Firm; tln.jthy. $7.00to 16.00: prairie.
IRON COTTON TIBS 11.0a.
HEMP TWINE !w
PROVISIONS Pork, higher: Jobbing
standard mesa, $18.32Vj.. Lard, lower at
(9 37W. Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra
shorts, ws1; clear ribs, lio.izvj; snort
clears, $10.26. Bacon, steady; boxed extra
shorts. 810.87U; clear ribs. 311.12S4: short
METALS Lower at S4.27H. Spelter, higher
POULTRY-Steady; chickens. 10ffHe:
springs, $2 504)4.00 per dosen; turkeys, 12c;
ducks, 11c; geese, 4iu6c.
BUTTER Slow; creamery, 202c; ddlry.
EGGS Firm, 14c.
78. WO 49.0110
Liverpool Grata aus Provlslvas.
LIVERPOOL. April 13. -WHEAT Snot:
Firm; Np. 1 r?d western, os 2Vtd: No. 1
northern, spring, no stock; No. 1 Cali
fornia, be d. Futures: Dall: May, 6s IVtd;
July. 6s 2,i.
CCiRN-spot: American mixed, firm; new.
4i 64; old. quiet. 6s Sd. Futures: Dull;
May, 4s bd: June, 4s SSd; July, 4s td.
FI.OL'R St. Louis, fancy, winter, quiet
HOPS At London: Pacific coast, firm,
6 lua to 7.
PEAS Quiet. 6s 5d.
PROVISIONS-Beef. easy; extra India
mess, ga Hd. Pork, firm; prime mess, west
ern. '7s Sd; hams, short cut, 14 to 16 lbs.,
strady, (44. Bacon, steady; Cumberland
cut. 26 to 30 lbs.. 61s: short rl"s. 16 to 14 lbs..
64a ed; long dear middles, light. In to M
lba., &isd; long clear middles, heavy, 36 to
to ids . mi; snort clear backs, i to J lb:.
6U 6d; cUir bellies. 14 to 16 lbs.. 64s. Shoul
ders, square. 11 to 13 lbs., steady, 43s. Lard,
steady; prime mens, western. In tierces,
6ue ed: American refined. In palls. 60s.
BUTTER Good United States, steady,
CHEE8E-8teady; American finest white
nu tuiurm, ecs.
TALLOW Prime city, steady. 17a.
hesass City Grata sad Provisions.
KANSAS PITT A nrll KwuriTUiv
C'c, 6ic; cash. No, a hard, 66aec;
No. 8. 664J7p; No. 4, KHflSbSe; rejected,
61Cfe; No. 2 red, PfrT0c; No. 3, 6M7c.
CORN May. 37c; julv. 37V: cash. No. t
mixed, 37f37ViC; No. I white. 37tg37i4c; No. 3,
OATS No. I while, 83V34c; No. t mixed,
RYE No. J, 45c.
HAY Timothy. $12 6012.75: prairie, $9 00
BUTTER Creamery, 2173c: dairy, ISc
EOGS Steady; fresh Missouri and Kan
sas stock. 12c, esses returned; new No. 2,
whltewood cafes Included, 13Hc
Receipts: Wheat, 69,600 bu.; corn, 39,30);
Shipments: Wheat, 84.000 bu.; corn, 46,400;
Philadelphia Prodaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA, April 26 BUTTER
Firm, fair demand; extra western creum
ery, 26c; extra nearby prints, 27c.
EGGS Firm, fair Inquiry; frefh nearby,
16c at the mark; western. IsVic; uthwest
ern, 16c; southern, lMiloijc.
Daloth Grata Market.
DULUTH, April 25. WHEAT To arrive.
No. 1 hard, 78c; No. 1 northern, 76V; No.
2 northern, 75c; No. 1 hard. May, 78Vkc;
OATS May, 33V4C
PEORIA. April 26.-CORN-Firm; No. 3,
OATS Firm; No, S white, S34c.
KEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS.
Market la Left to the Professionals,
Who Are Inclined to laload.
NEW YORK. April 25. Today's stock
market gave abundant evidence that the
professional traders hsd it entirely to
themselves. The outside public was not
in the market. The disposition of traders
was plainly to get out of their holdings
of long stork. Some stress was laid in the
osb1d of the street upon a fear that the
situation created bv Russia's new demands
In Manchuria might develop a crisis. But
the government securities of the nations
most Interested cave no intimation that
such a crisis might become acute over
Sunday. Of more Immediate effect was the
renewed weakness caused In Metropolitan
Street Railway bv the Intimations of mat
ter for Investigations by the district at
torney's office In the affairs of the corpora
tion. Metropolitan Street Railway Itself
dropped 3 points: Metropolitan securities
and the other , local tractions a point or
more In sympathy. Tbe market waa mostly
a waiting one until the appearance of the
bank statement, which was regarded as
favorable, although the cash Increase did
not enuar the maximum estimates of yes
terday. The loan decrease of $4,682,200
contributed to raise tbe percentage ot re
serves to deposits, the surplus rising $4.
977. R25 to $10,985,474.
Bonds have fared rather better than
stocks this week In spite of dull market.
Some buying of new bond Issues and of
4 per cent railroad bonds selling below par
baa been noticed. United Slates 2's and
old 4's coupon declined M per cent, the
8 s rerlstereu and old 4's registered one
half of 1 per cent, and the 3's coupon
per cent. The new 4's advanced half as
compared wth the cloelng call of last
The following are the quotations on the
New York StoK exenanxe:
do pf d
Btl. A Ohio 2S
do pf "
Canadian Pacific 131'4
Canada 80 1
Cha. A Ohio 44S
Chlcaio A Alton J1S
Chicago O. W.... 22
do lrt pfd
do id pfd 'I1
Chlcaao A N. W ISO
Chicago Ter. Tr.. IK-i
do pfd 1"
r r c A. at. L..... tn
So. Railway pfd SI
Texaa A Pacific ',
Toledo, 8t. L. A W.. 24
Wheeling A L. ..
do 21 pfd
Adama Ex ,
I mud Statu Ex..
Colorado 80 iHalAmal. Copper
do iTt pfd 5 lAmtr. Car A P
do id Pfd
3714! do pfd...
Del. A Hudson..
Pel. L. A W ....
Denver A R. O..
do 1st pfd
do id pfd
Oreat Nor. pfd...
llllnola Central .
leva Central ....
Lake Erie A W..
.WVAmer. Lin. Oil.
.. 86 "l
Amer. 8. A R.
Anac. Mining Co. ...103
urooklyn K. T 9
Colo. Foal A Iron... 46V
tona. Oaa 311-a
vuill. IODBCCO P1U....114
Inter. Paper ...
do pfd . ..
Inter. Power . . .
National Lead .
No. American ..
Paclflo Comat ...
Faclflo Mall ....
People's Oaa ....
Presaad 8. Car...
do pfd 1
L. A N..s
Met. St. Rj.m,
Mlna. St. L
Mo. Pacific ...
M . K. A T...
N. 1. Central ,
N. Y. Central
Ontario A W..
do lat pfd...,
do id pfd
Bt. L. A 8. r.
do 1st pfd...
do id pfd
t. L. 8. W...,
. do pfd
tn. Pacific ...
Bo Railway ..
. . .lIM'l
Pullman P. Car....
Republic Steel ....
Tenn. Coal A Iron.
Vnlon Bag A P....
do pfd '
V. 8. Leather ....
U. 8. Rubber
V. 8. Steel
Weatero Union ....
K. C. Southern....
The closing quotations on bonds are as
U. 8. rot. Is. reg....l0S ;!,. A N. unl. 4a 10H,
do coupon 104 Mex. Ceolral 4a 7va
do s, reg 1074 do la Inc :'
do coupon 10V.;Mlnn. A St. L. 4a..
do new 4a. reg. .. . 43' M.. K. A T. 4a ki
do coupon Ufe'l do la tilk
do old 4a. reg U0VN. Y. C. g. tVja 101
do coupon 111VN. J. C. g. ta ISO
do aa, reg lOIVjjNo. Pacific 4a 10! VJ
do coupon 103 do a 71
Atchlaon gen. 4a ion', N. A w. con. 4a....
do ad. 4a tot Heading gen. 4a 7',
Bal. A Ohio 4s 1004a St. L. A I. M. e. Ia.lil
do IVia M14 St. L. A 8. r. 4a.... 4',
do cone. 4a lOJ 8t. L. 8. W. Is 6'i
Canada Bo. 4a. 10614 do za S3
C. of O. Be lot) .7). A. A A. P. 4a tt
do la lni Tl Bo. PaciSc 4a rOV
Chea, A O. 4H" 104 80 Pallway ta ..Hi',
Chicago A A. 3Va... 7'Texaa P. la 116V,
C, B. A 4. a. 44a
C, M A St P g. 4i...ll0V
C. A N. W. c. 7a... 132V,
C, R. 1. A P. 4a.. 104
C C C A St L g. 4e..lo
Chicago Ter. 4a 834
Colo. A 80. 4a tt
Denver A R. O. 4a.. tt
Brie prior lien 4a... tn
do general 4a M
P. W. A D. C. 1S..10S
T.. St. L. A W. 4a. . 76
t'nlon Pacific 4a 10.! 14
do conv. 4a.. 102'fc
do deb. B
Weat Shore 4a
W. A L. B. 4a ...
Wis. Central 4a...
Con. Tobacco 4a..
Colo. Fuel ia
tteHlng Val. 4e....l0SVi
Boatoa Stock Qootatlons.
BOSTON. April 25 Call loans. 3UH per
cent; time loana, 4Ji6 per cent. Official
closing prices on stocks and bonds:
Atchison 4a.. tttVAIIouea
Mai. Central 4a 7Va Amalgamated
do pfd 7 Cal. A Hecla
Boatoa A Albany.... 364 Centennial
Boatoa A Me 174V4 Copir Range ....
Boaton derated 14a Dominion Coal ...
N. T, N. H. H..I04V;Franklla
Pltchburg pfd 141 (Islet Royale ,
Unloa Pacific V Mohawk
Mas. Central n;(ild Dominion
American Sugar XS6' Oaceola
so pld llkValParrot
American T. A T....152 Qulncy
Dominion I. A 8 3S4'Sania Fa Copper.
Oen. Electric 191 .Tamarack
Maaa. Electric 32Vi I rlmounteln
do pfd al4 1 rlnliy
t ailed Fruit 106 il'nlied States ....
V. B. Bteel 36 t'tah
do pfd MV Victoria
Weatlngn. Common.. 46 Wlaooa ..
Ixisdos fmrK Market.
LONDON. April 23. Closing quotations:
New York Central. ..llo4j
Norfolk A W eaters.. 73Sa
do pfd II
Ontario A Western.. 30Vi
do pfd .
Baltimore A Ohio M
Rand Mtnea l
do let pfd 4!'
Canadian Paclte n;,S
Chwipeake Ohio.. 4
Chicago O. W 2J
C, M. A Bt. r !'
do ao pta 4
Southern Railway.... 324
Iieaver A R.
Southern Pacific lav.
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Loulevllle A Nash..
luloa racinc t4S
do pta J
United Slates Bteel.. 3
do pfd Uhi
do pfd ee
M. K. A T.
BAR BILVER Firm at r4Vid per ounce.
MONEY SV&8V4 per cent. Ths rate) of
discount in the open market for short bills
Is 3tt'S 7-18 per cent and ior tnree-montns
bills la 3 7-1&&3V, per cent
New York MlalasT Qaolatloas.
NEW YORK. April 2S. The following
are the quotations on the New xork stock
Coa. Cel. A Vs..
Little Chief ..
Small Hopes ,
ioas City Live Stork Market.
SIOUX CTTT. April 26. Special Tele
gram ) CATTLE Receipts. 20u; stockers
unchanged and killers weak; beeves t&.l&d
610; cow, bulls and mixed, 12 604)4 26:
stockers and feeders t3.2b04.6o; calves and
HOGeV-Recetpta, 1.200: about stead, sell
Ins at Kevtfi.lO; bulk, I.ettf7.0k.
OMAHA LITE STOCK H1RIET
TlV Advance of Early Part ef Week pn
Bteert and Cowi Eu Been Lost.
HOGS A LITTLE LOWER THAN A WEEK AGO
Better Grades of Fat Sheep mud l.ambs
Have Held (Heady All the Week
bat the Part Fat Klada Are
Little Lower. ,
SOUTH OMAHA, April 15.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
... 4,i9l 4,irt .1j
,.. 4.6 H.J14 o--
... i.SSi 11,011 6,J4'i
... I.ti2 s.306 i.V
... h.uii ....
... loi i.ino 3o0
Otnclai Monday ...
Ofliclal Tusday ...
Ottlclal Thursday ..
Ottlclal Uaturuay ...
Total this week 17,563 W.J10
Week ending April 43,uai'
Week ending April 11.... is, si H iiu.ao
W'eek enoing April 4 1s,4j.' ii,4
Week enuing March ia...l,lol 4o,o
Same week lust year 14.euu 4i,ijo
ntt4B 11 ice paiu lOl UUtt-' ttk ewu...
Omaha ior tne last several uh with iuu-
Date. 1903. 11902. l0l.liW0. 1899.11S3.1897.
I I ioai
I J 3
'I J H'lH
I I 1
'I 7 Hi,
.1 I li ,
6 66 7
6 so 6 l
6 SD 6 W);
6 Ml 6 8o
l ' I
b U 6 01,
il 6 61,
S4 6 !
' I 04
ti 66 I
6 sol 6 OH
6 si I 6 93
6 9 6 Vi
i v, 6 sj,
6 96 b e9
1 b Hji
6 89, I
s 00 1
3 Oi 1
3 67 (
I t 3 92
3 Wi 3 91
I 3 1
3 id, 3 99
3 3 06
3 3 3 U
3 71 3 60
3 i 3 rst
1 I 9
3 U 1 97
8 7 91
3 7V( 3 So
3 011 3 61
t 61 I HI
I 3 91
3 61 1 3 91
3 Mi 2 64
I 72 S S3
3 64 3 64
3 74, 3 63
1 8 33
! 9 in
. 1 I V I
I 7 liv.i
I 7 wvi
I 7 OlVfcl
I 7 Mlj
6 6 81
6 M t 80
b Hi I a ibi
7 04 6 771
RECEIPTb FOR THE TEAR TO DATE.
inn lonowljig table shows the reuelptu of
cattle, hogs and sheep at couth umaha
for tne year to data and comparisons with
last year; ihxj. 'Mb. ino. Dte.
Cattle 305,108 256,250 4o,d8
Hogs 714,676 bM.LM Il9,2i4
bhtep 4ii,M w4.oa4 13,Zlb
Tne ottlclal number 01 cars 01 stock
brought in yesterday by eacn road whs:
Cattle. Hogs. he p. H aea.
C, M. & St. P 1 26
Mo. rue. y .. .. 1
cnion Pacuic 14 .. ' 1
C ee N. v 6
t, E. oc M. V 2
C, bt. P., M. & 0 0
U. Ac M. Ry U
c, u, w 3
K. C ot fat. J 3
C, K. 1. & P., east.. 1 4
c, R. 1. 6c P., wet,., 1
i.uiiuts Centrul 3 .. ..
Total receipts, ... 6 lub .. - 2
The uispoeltlon of the day'a receipts was
as toliov.a, each buyti purunuSiiig the
numotr ot head Indicated:
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs.
Oiniiua. Packing Co eJl
bwut and Company 9 l.isi
Armour c o l.iul
cuuany i-acwlng Co... l.vol
Cuuuny iacHliik Co., K, C... 4 ....
Armour tc Co., bioux cil Lis9
ixiomun oc Co U ....
inner buyers 8 ....
. Totals Iu9 7,243
CATTLE There were only a few ou.i
bunches 01 cattle In the yards this morning,
so mat a lair lest ot tne market was not
maue hor tne vteek receipts show a tie
crease ot nearly 6,uu0 beau aa compared
witn the big run 01 last week, out tnere 10
au lncreaae over the correaponaing week
01 lust year amounting to about d.utO head.
The tendency 01 prices tn nrst hau or
the week was deciuecily upward and trade
was very active. , Man t was especially true
of the oeaiiaoie graues ot bvei steers, una
each days uiiermga enanged hanaa at au
early hour. beginning with Thursday,
though, packers egan to pound tne mar
ket, and on that day and trlOay they took
olt just about what, they put, on tne nrat
tnree uays, leaving tne market In about
the same position It vas at the close of
last week, btrlct.y choice beet steers sold
mostly irom 40.00 to to., good to choice
trum 44.60 to $o.ou, fair to goua lrorn $4.40 to
34.6U and the common kinds from 34.40
Tne cow market followed very much the
same course as the trade on steers. The
nrst half of the week prices moved up
ward, but on Thursday and Friday the
;aln was Just aoout ail lost. Oood nandy
weight cows and hellers sold tw 'he beat
advantage all the wee. The best grades
sold largely from 34.00 to 34. 00 fair to good
from 43.00 to 34.00. and the common to lair
grades irom 33.00 to 33.40.
There waa an active demand for bulla all
the week, and If anything prices are a
lltt.e higher than they were at the close of
last week. Oood !at bulls are selling
largely from 33.75 to 14.2b, with the com
moner Unas going from 33.60 down; Veal
calves and stags commanaed about steady
prices all the week.
Good to choice stockers and feeders have
been ready sellers all the week, and the
tendency of prices has been undoubtedly
upwaid. The best grades have been s-11-Ini
from 34.60 to S5.O0. or. in other words.
good feeders have been selling almost as
high as good fat cattle. Fair to good feed
ers have sold from 64.00 to $4.&u, and the
common kinds from $4.00 down. Representa
Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
..1343 I 00
..1040 I 10
1 1IS0 3 35
6TOCKERS AND FEEDERS
1 360 I 26 1 460 4 19
330 4 60 6 430 60
HOGS There was a moderate run of hogs
here this morning and the market opened
fairly active and a little stronger. The
bulk of the offerings was disposed of In
rood season, but toward the close packers
seemed to have their more urgent orders
filled and as a result tne ciose was a little
slow and weak. The bulk of the sales
went from 27.05 to $7.10 and as high aa 37.1.5
was paid for prime heavies. The light stud
sold irom si.wva uown.
For the week receipts show an Increase
over last week amounting to about 7.000
head and aa compared with the same week
of last year there la an Increase amount
ing to about 9,000 head. For the year to
date, however, there Is a decrease of about
118.000 head. Prices have fluctuated back
and forth to quite an extent this week, but
closing prices are about 57V4c lower than
last week's closing prices. Representative
Av. Bh. Pr.
to 7 06
40 4 86
44 6 40
... I 34
SO 6 46
361 140 7 04
....343 0 7 06
....263 SO T 06
....341 130 7 06
3X7 SO 7 06
....344 130 7 06
...147 130 I 46
...304 104 4 44
40 T 07 Vj
40 7 01U
to 1 00
,...264 140 7 07 V
..3.1) 130 T 00
..33 ... 10
..334 140 T SO
-340 40 T 00
..320 H IN
160 T 074
... 7 071,
.243 10 T 07 Va
4 7 07V
14 7 02U
... 1 oii
68 360 140 7 074
.2 300 7 0!
.330 ... t 4314
0 1 KVa
te T 03V,
.. 1 n't
.. 1 03S
to 7 :'
.241 130 T 07V4
40 T 10
SO 7 10
SO f 10
.30 140 7 10
33 10 7 e;u
.34 130 T t
to 7 06
40 t 06
0 7 06 .
.. 1 04
80 T 10
.34 130 T 1
... 1 10
... 7 10
to 7 10
33t 140 T 44
361 130 t 06
361 140 7 Of
.241 ... 7 04 7 36 44 7 10
.331 ... T 66 46 26 t4t 7 10
.211 60 7 66 41 264 ... 7 la
.734 ... 7 04 W 314 M 7 12V,
314 ... 7 44 61 274 SO 7 124
44 331 ... 1 06 14 34 ... 7 16
SHEEP There were no fresh receipts of
fat sheep and lambs here this morning, ao
that a test of the market has not been
made since Thursdsy. For the week re
ceipts are about 4,000 short of the supply
of last week, but there Is an lncreaae over
the corresponding week of last year
amounting to about 11,000 head. The most
noticeable feature of the trade haa been
the scarcity of good stuff. In fact with the
exception of a very few loads everything
haa been on the part-fat order. Packers
do not seem to want that class of stuff and
as a result trading has been extremely
slow, with the tendency of prices down
ward. Well fattened stuff, it is thought.
would sell readily at just about last week s
Tha feeder market has also been rather
quiet, aa there la very Utile demand for
(cedars at tots una oi yea, ih leawai
of prices has undoubtedly been downward,
the same as on fat stuff.
Quotations for clipped stock: Choice
weotern lambs. $.("Va.jo; fair to aood
lambs, $S.t'(it "0; choice western wooled
lnmbe, n.5"'!?. 75; fair to sxood wooled
lambs, $6.rifiei.ni; choice llshtwelprht year
lings, $S 2.V&6.50; fair to good yearlings, $4.f
4i6.ki; choice wethers. 65.(xiiB.&; fair to good
wethers. $425fa4r:,; choice ewes, $t.ji",y4.65;
fair to good ewes, $4 . "n 4 . 5 : feeder lambs,
IS.oi'ii4.r; feeder yearliiias. $3.5"iCr4.'i; feeder
wethers. $3 .VxfM.ti": feeder ewes, $2.2:43.aO.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Hogs Are Steady to a Mrkel Lower
Cat tie and Sheep Nominal.
CHICAGO. April 25. CATTI.E-Rccelpts.
100; good to prime natives, $5.10i5.70; poor
to medium, il.S'uS.l.'i, s;ockers and feed-e.-e,
$3.4O44.90; cows, $1 hoi4.75; heifers,
$2..W?6.tio: canners. ll.5o-u2.7o; bulls, 12.V)
tl 4.in; ralvee, $J.76'i6.40; Texas-fed steers,
HOGS Receipts, todav, lo.nno; estimated
Monday, 30.OOO; left over. 3.000; steady to
Bo lower. Mixed and butchers, W.93'ti7.25;
good to choice, heavy, $i"'t i.4o; rough,
heavy, $7.rirri7.15; light, $t.8o(f i.lo; bulk of
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, l.noo;
shep and lambs, nomiriet; good to choice
wethers, $4.6iKti6.0O; fair to choice mixed,
$3.75fa4.25: western sheep, H.ootio.oo; native
Innibs, $4.50(it6.6n; western lambs, $6 Wit
Cattle Wi 2.391
Hogs .18.230 1,564
Sheep 1,932 630
Kansas City L.lie StocU Mnrket.
KANSAS CITY, April 25 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 400; market unchanged. Choice ex
port and dressed beef steers, $4.7irit 5.25;
fair to good, $3.HOfi4.7o; stockers and feed
ers, $2.8ora5.00; weatern-fed steers, $2.!'n
5.00: Texas and Indian steers, $3 00511.75;
Texas cows, $3.0OT(j4.()O; native cows, $1.(K'(4
4.40: native heifers. 32.85(54.60: canners.
$1.5tKfi2.t0; bulls, $2.90ifi4.6O; calves, $2.00'
7.00. Receipts for week. 27.726.
HOGS Receipts. 2.2o0; market weak.
Top, $7.16; bulk of sales, $7.05Sj7.15; mixed
packers, $7.0(Kf7.124; light, $G.75rfl7.05;
Yorkers. $fi.95Cn7.05; pigs, $6.50Gj6.86. Re
ceipts for week, 37.975.
SHEEP AN1J LAMBS Receipts, none;
market, unchanged. Native lambs Hb"Ct
7.50; western lambs, $4.00ry7.4O; fed ewe.
$4O075.40; native wethers. 4.2tx96.M; Texas
clipped sheep, $4.15H6.5; stockers and feed
ers, $3.80i4.20. Receipts for Week, 30,700.
St. Lnnla Live Stock Mnrket.
ST. 1riS. April 25. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,000. including 500 Texans: market
steady. Native shipping and export steers.
$4.4iri5.30, with strictly fancy quoted up
to $5.75; dressed beef and butchers sterr,
$4.0tKii6.25; steers under 1.000 His.. $3,505)5.00:
stockers and feeders, $3.3.?i 4.75; cows and
heifers, $2.25(5.00, the top ior fancy, corn
fed heifers: rannfrs. $2.2oft3.00; bulls, $2.50
64.25; beeves, $3.bor(i7.0i); Texas and In
dian steers, $3.20i&4.H5; cows and heifers,
HOGS Receipts, 1,000' market slow,
steady; pigs and lights, $6.857.00; butchers,
SHEEP AND LA M BS Receipts, 6.000;
market slow; native mutton, $4.00tjt.00;
lambs, $5.00(ii7.00; culls and bucks, $2.orvjf)
4.50; stockers, $:.0C3.CH); Texans, $3.75'a3.00.
Nevr York Live stork Markit,
NEW YORK, April 2.V CATTLE Re
ceipts, 17 head, all consigned dl:e.t. No
sales rejiortiu. Dtesped Leef steady- city
dressed native sides, extreme range, ,tit -c
per In. Reported for export today, t80
beeves, 1,93b' quarters of beef.
CALVES Reciipts. 1H5 head. Rate! al
most steady. City dresned veals. 710c.
HOGS Receipts, partly tatimited, 1972
head, nil consigned direct.
SHEEP AND LAMtS-Recelpts. 92) head.
Sheep slow, aloui steady; iambi qui.',
steady. About lVj cars of ttock unsaid
Cr.shorn sheep sold at $i.75 per 11 ibs.;
clipped, 14 6(jo.l2S: unshorn lambs. $7 40;
cl.pped lambs, $1.6otfi7.124: dre.sed mutton,
7(&loc per lb.; or-nen lnmis, l)(fj"13c.
ftt II ; fc..t.
Following were the receipts of live stock
at the six principal western cities yester-
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
.1,890 26,320 6.450
BERLIN BOURSE IS DULL
Macedonia, Morocco and False Airier
loan Humors Keep Trade
BERLIN. April 26. Although the appre
hension with regard to the American finan
cial sltuutlon has disappeared the Bourse
hud a dull week last week, the slight vol
ume of trading resulting in genera ly lowe -values.
The political situation In Ma e
donia and Morocco begins to be take 1 In'. )
more consideration, becu? i emulative de
partments In the Immediate future are ren
dered uncertain. Another bear factor wal
the recurrence of the rumor that Ameri
cana are trying to cancel their orders or
German Iron, this report, however, wai no:
confirmed. Nevertheie.-H. In connemljn
with the decline In Scotch Iron through the
slackening of the Ameriiv i d.ma.ic!. It
caused a pretty heavy s.-lllng of iron fhrjii
In Berlin, quotations breaking from 3 10 4
points. The market is less liable 10 with
stand attack than any other becau e o
existence of large bull engagements. Coal
shares suffered last week because he
March earnings of the largj compan es dl 1
not realize the expectations of the market
General Industrials were generally .owei.
Government bonds constituted the strongest
teature of ths market Inst week; neverue
less German 3s broke 3up on selling 01 pub
lic subscriptions to the new lrue. Among
foreign government ecurlt4, A g rtnai
were the strongest upon tbe Impiovlng bus
iness situation. Mexicans acre firmer upon
the rise In silver, and Spaniards we e
firmer upon, favorable crop reports ad
Money rates have a higher tenden-v.
Short term loans reached 4? per cent ye ter
day and the private rate of discount wis
214 per cent. The reason for this Is that
cash is being raised for the first payments
tomorrow on the new German loan. For
eign exchange rates were not uniform. New
York dropping 75p during th wstk. th
London rate was easier and the Vienni an 1
Paris rates were higher. The Frankfurter
Zeltung believes It scarcely probable that
the easy money of March will return roo t.
The foreign trade of Germany 10.- ihe
hrst three months of thla yrar wa: Im
port. $376.5oii.rjO. an Increase of HZW 00);
exports, 43ol.25o.000. an increase of $3u.2j0.0oj.
The export of ruw sugar to the United
S:atcs for the three montha waa only 1,721
tons, as against 22.749 tons In the viar 1912
and 42.8x2 tons in 1901. Th? crop report f jr j
an 01 oeriiiany, umcu .:in to. eiu.ws en
average 01 3.2, the poorest for the nst te 1
years, with the exception of 1901. The con
dition last year was 2 2. Rye averages 2 2,
aa against 2.2 last year. Crops have suff
ered severely owlna to the severe oid of
the early winter and tne cold rains of
March and April.
The Lokal Anzelger says that the Gerrran
government has decided upon the impo I
tlon of retaliatory duties up in Canadian
products equal to the extra dut'es which
Canada la enforcing against German goods.
This measure Is intended to prevent other
British colonies from levying rtlr.crlmlr.a -
ing duties against Germany.
BRITISH BUDGET AIDS STOCKS
Ritchie's Speech Causes Boom, Al-
t hough Other Happening's
LONDON. April 23. The effect of the
budget on the Stock exchange was Imme
diate and Invigorating. The wek. wh.ch
opened with but a slight show of fmprote
ment. continued Indifferent, everyone wal.
ing for Chancellor Ritchie's annou icement
This was receiveo witn cnetnnf 011 ine
floor of the exchange and an activity un
known for a long time Immediately com
menced, the whole lift showing fair ai-
vancea over Friday's closing. It Is thou ht
probable tnat- tne recovery in consols win
continue. It Is a fact that without excep
tion writers on financial subje is, many of
whom have been despondent place the be
ginning of the year, predict continued im
provement and increasing conndeace. The
public announcement of the terms of the
Transvaal loan Is now awaited anxiously.
This, and the action of the bank on April
30, when a reduction In the rate of discount
is' expected, are two influence! upon which
much depends. The American rectlon last
week responded to the improved tune of
wall street. Argentines may be sail to
have been tbe feature ejf the last week,
tnese securities receiving a large proportion
of the attention of Investors. Altogether,
the market Is more rheerlul than it hai
been for some time past. Little attention
Is paid to political troubles In the far tat
Dry Goods Market.
MANCHESTER, April 2e. The rondlilr
of the cloth market were not materially al
tered last week. Business waa difficult to
negotiate, although the turnover was some
what Improved owing to the lact that some
sellers weakened and were more reaflv. to
meet the terms of buyers. Considerable
linos have been booked for Calcutta end
Bombay at a little aboae tne prices of De
cember. There were numerous offers fron
China, but most of tbeia ware rtfuttd,
transactions only being possible where ths
necessity of sellers were urgent. Shippers
to some parts of (toiith America ope ate I
more treely last week, but pronpeo e in
the Levant are no brighter.
Yarns generally were slightly weaker.
Many spinners are buey with old ordeis
and new orders are scarce.
Joseph Live stock Market.
BT. JOSEPH. April 25. CATTLE; Re
ceipts, 35; steady.
liOiiS Receipts, 2.754: steady: piss,
sternly: light and light mixed. $702Vd7.10;
medium and heavv $7.lrV(i7.2o; bulk, $i.07S4
I.-7.15; plus. $5.75lj6.75
SMKKP AND LA MRS Receipts, 100;
PENSIONS FOR WESTERNERS
Survivors of Ihe Wars i;eaeroasly
Remembered by the General
WASHINGTON. April "6 (Special.) The
following pensions have been granted:
Issues of April 16:
Nebraska: Original Georgi' Slrilton,
Lincoln. $.; John XV. Krlso, Frnnkun, $!.
Increase James Rennett, iturchard. $17;
Casslus McAhrams, Knoxvllle, 17; Henry
J. Burge, Reynolds. $21; Stephen ChlttU-k,
Iowa: Original Emerv 8. Huston, Bur
lington, $6; Jacob W. Price, Burlington, .
Increase Albert Power. Bloomtleid, $10;
James K. Deaton, Carlisle, U; Grorge A.
Coiner, Silver City, $1"; Jtcib I. Crook.
Iiavenport. $10; David R. Thompson. Cory
rlon, $S; Christian Mohllng, Fredericksburg,
$10; Albert B. Wheeles. Hopklnton, $12;
Richard H. Sheffield. Eldora, $12; Samuel
B. Downing. Drskesvllle. 112; James M.
Miller, North English. $12; John Knox, Sl
goumey, $12; James Hutchinson, Truro, $12;
Leroy G. Palmer, Mount Pleasant. $ $;
Phillip Kuhns. Scotch Grove, $12; Jamas F.
Bailey, Bentonsport, $12.
Issue of April 17:
Nebraska: Inrrease John Sedoras,
Brownsville, $12: William H. Johnson,
Ceresco, $10; John Blshlp. Bailey, $12.
lowa: Original Charies H. Holllngs.
worth, Hampton, $6 Increase Ena Fox,
Nashua, $8; XVilllam T. Liston. Ies Moines.
$8; Georgei W. Hickox. Campton, lu; Jos -ph
Mueller. Dubuque, $12; F oyd Water". Guth
rie Center. $12; lrs Hcndricksen, Corynon.
$12; Henry 8 Griffin. Itts, $12; Adam
Hawk, Ormanvllle, $12; Jesse C. Williams,
Boone. $12; Edmund W. Whiting, f-'hensn-doah,
$12; Isaac Hoffman, Blnomfleld, $12;
Homer H. Field, Council Bluffs. $12; Robert
Hunter, Greeley, $12; Jacob I. Decker. East
Peru. $12; Joseph XVolgamot. Falrbank $13;
Banister Bond. XVest Grove. $li; Wl Ham
Dunn, Waukon, $12; James M. Splcer, Ham
burg. ?12; V.'eslev J. Bsnks. Cente'v! 1,
$12; Emanuel W Moore. Hedrlck. $12. Wld
ows Caroline XVolgamot, Council BlufTn, $8;
Adah E. Boyce. Frcdericka, 18; Hattie Wil
cox, Osknloosa, $12.
South Dakota: Increase Oliver P. Wes
ton. Sioux Falls, $;.
Issue of April IS:
Nebraska: Original David Rogers, Paw
nee City, $fi; Oliver H. Browning. E1dv
vil!e. $17. Increase Francis M. Jamlon.
Superior, $12; Andrew Moffat. Dorchester.
$12: Edwin C. Heck, Nebraska Cltv, Jl'.;
Nelson Sayles, Weeping Water. 18: Lewis
H. Young, Carroll. $12. Widows Mary A.
Freel, Fremont. $12.
lowa: Original Harry H. Clubb. Sioux
Cltv, $. Increase Gabriel Fe'dpau'ch, De
Wltt. $12: Seth W. Hawkes. Keokuk. $10;
Charles W. Kirk. Des Moines $24; David
McMillan, Birmingham, $16; Benjamin F.
Burton. Homer. 18; Burges Baber. Avon,
$12; John M Bolt. Vllllsea, $12. Wllows
Jane Alden, Seymour, $12.
South Dakota: Increise Alfre 1 Loftus,
Parker. $12. Widows Ms.. Bennett, Ve--don,
Isaue of April 20:
Nebrnska: Original Mlerael F. Cros,
South Omaha, M. Increase William F.
Draper. Loup City, $12; Simeon Carter,
Friend, $12; Benjamin J. Baker, 8ter lng,
Iowa: Original Frederick E. Billou,
Brltt. 16. Increase: Lafavette Levolley,
Cedar Fallsi $8; Wellington Barnard. El
dora, $10; Archibald MnCnnnell, WIMr-et.
$10; John B. Whlsler, Danville, $12: Wll 1 m
T. Ward. I-ewls, $17; John Alexander, Earl,
ham. $10; Moses Demarce. Delta $16; E. T
Pickerell. Cedar Rapids, $6; Andrew Clrrk!
Maquokcta. $12; Hugh J. Shsfer. Sprlnir
nlll, $12; William Hessnn, Preston, $12; John
W. Steel, Vetbranch, $12; John . Parr.
Brookvllle, $12; Lewis Crawford. Ea ha n.
12; Daniel Oonder. Rlppel. $12: Thoma 1 An
spach, Bussey. $12.- Widows Minor of
Berch Logan, Buxton. $8.
South Dakota: Original Benjamin O.
Bills, Wooneocket, $8. Increase John
Ryan, Hot Springs $10. Widows Minor
of Edwin B. Fuller, Blunt, $14.
. Tnder date April 22:
Nebraska: Increases William W.
Wheeler, York, $: Robert McCarty, South
Omaha, $12; David Laysnn, Salem, $r;
David Eagan, Palmer, $14: William F.
Flynn, Omaha. $10; Frank H. Pew, Belle
vue. $10; Enns M. Woods Danburv, $17;
William W. Thompson. Valentine $12; Jo
slah W: Davles. Homer, $12. Widows
Elisabeth 8. Burke, Lincoln. $20; Marv
Wagner, Creston, $8; Margaret M. Haner,
Iowa: Original George W. Case, Shen
andoah, $6. Increases John Williams,
Ion. $12: James B. Walsh. Muscatine. $17;
Erastus M. Brooks. Wlota. $10; William M.
Henry. Humesfon, $12; Samuel Vlttltne,
Modale, $12; Benjamin Bolln, Dana, $8;
Jacob Rempe, Montrose, $8; Richard B.
Lynn, Beacon, $12: Joalah C. Jameson,
Des Moines. $10; George R. Robertson,
Foster. $24: I-eanriVr M. Chapman, Maple
ton. $10; George C. Nlcholl. Des Moines.
$10; Jacob Hefty, Vllllsea, $10; Talbert S.
Mack Dillon. $8; Charlea E. Lllley, Cedar
Rapids. $10; Peter H. Albert. Rock Rapids,
$10; John Dillon. North English. $12: Hiram
D. Wood, Oelweln. $12: James Monroe,
Woodbine, $12: Joseph Given, Des Moines,
$12: James Rowan, Dubuque. $12; Iuls
Schnltter, Templeton, $12; John Moore,
Davennort. 112; George K. Clifton. Grin
nell. $12. Widows Helen Craig, Albla, IS:
Mallmla J. Wilkinson. Clearfield $8.
South Dakota: Increase Theron C.
Pond. Winifred $8; Austin 8. Fordham,
Wesslngton Springs, $10; Dennis F. Andre,
Hot Springs, $20; DeLausern Franklin, JHot
Pnrlngs, $17: Mars Burrell, Canton, $12;
Hiram C. Shouse, Planklnton, $46.
C'nder date April 23: ,
Nebraska: Increase Henry Tegtmyer,
Abbott. $40; Louis D. Engleman, Litchfield,
$30; Oliver Vanalckle, Chapman. $10;
Thomas Yule, Beatrice, $46; Amos B. Bar
ratt. Be'vldere. $8; James H. E. Wadley.
Plymouth, $10. "
Iowa: Original John D. MeGuire, Web
ster City, $6: William M. Cave. Des
Moines, $ri. Increase Daniel Welch, Menlo
H6; Loreng Haner, Dubuque $40; Ulysses
E. Barrett, Fremont, $46; Andrew Lock
row. Marshalltown, $12; James Longhorn,
Nashua, $40; Emery E. Sperry, Des Moines
$46; John White, Lovllla. $40; William B.
Hodges, Wlnterset, $55: William R. Ward,
DeWltt, $40; James W. Scott, Malvern,
$55: Henry Ryan, Des Moines. $12; Alfred
P. Alexander. Marlon. $40; William A. Spur-
gin. L.-on. tii: iwls Youne.
Boone, $12; James M. Phtlpot, Creston. $10.
Widows Nancy A. Stanton. Vallev Junc
tion, 8; Sarah E. Noble, Creston IS; Por
ter Hlnes (father),- West Branch'. $17.
South Dakota: Widows Angela Blood,
I'nrier date April 24:
Nebraska: Original John 8. Crawford,
Wshoo, $6. Increase I.andv Walker. Ox
ford, $8: Loren Thompson, Ielgh, $10;
James Frasler. Lincoln. 512; John P. Fin
ley. Jr., Oerlng, $40; Danl'l May, Shlckley,
$:5; David Jones. North Platte, $12; James
H. Kyner, Omaha. $K; Gilbert H. Laws,
Lincoln, $40; Solen B. Carpenter. Inavale,
$46; James McDonnell. South Omaha $12;
Guilford D. Connally. Murray, $12. Widows
Maria K. Dudley, Nuper, $8; Caroline B.
Knapp, Grand Island, $8.
Iowa: Original George B. Frailer,
Preeton. $8: William H. Davis, Wapello. $41.
Tncrease Samuel W. Mayne. North Eng
lish, $;'; Otis 8. Allbee, Glenwood, $40;
John Toulouse. Clear Lake. $46; Samuel
Daniels. Marion. $55; Henry ('. Smith,
Fairfield. $4d; George Benedict, Muscatine,
$40; Jacob Ross. Leon. $40; Joseph F. Wil
son, Allerton. 155; John McMillan Oilman,
$40: Adam Smith. Iacona. $14: burner 8
Bailey. Traer. $40; Henrv Mundhuck, Mar
shalltown, $40; Zenas W. John, Newton
place your orders wltn
CEO. A. ADAMS CRAIN CO.,
Members Principal Exchanges.
GRAIN, PROVISIONS AND STOCKS
Write for our dally letter.
Board Trade Rjlldlng, Omaha.
'Phones 1(A and 1017. PRIVATE WIRES,
Members Principal Exchanges.
BRANCH OFFICE OMAHA, NEB.
110-111 Hoard of Trade,
W. E. WARD. Mgr. Telephone lilt
Consign your grain to the
LOGAN GRAIN GO.
KANSAS CITY. HO.,
Asa you will get best weights, beat price
and aulca returns.
$4: Peter Knhns. Centervllle, $fi Msrtln
Melllnger. Marahalltcwn, $12: Charles Cade.
Pesote. $10: Adam State. Muscatine. $12:
James Fermsn. Jr., Ksrmlngton. n; hte-
phen vsn Betithetisen, Confidence, $12;
Thomas M. Rash, Hamburg. $12. Widows
Rhoda Knatiss, Fairfield. $8; Ellsa A.
Coleman. Calamus. $$.
(Should be read DAILY bv all Interested.
as changes may occur at any time )
Foreign malls for the week ending May
i. 1!03. will close (PROMPTLY In all cases)
at the aenerai .m.-tillict! aa lolinws: I tl-
eels post malls close one hour earlier than
closing tlm shown below. Parcels p s.
malls for Germany close at p. m. Mon
day. Regular and supp ementary malls cl-se a:
foieign station half-hour later than closing
time shown below (except that supplemen
tary malls for Europe ami Central Amer
ica, via Colon, close one hour later at 101-
TUESDAY At :S0 a. m. for ITALT di
rect, per s. a. I mbrla (mail must be di
rected "per s. a. Lmbrla"); at 12:3 p.
in. (supplementary i p. m.) for GER
MANY, DENMARK. SXX'EDEN. NOR
WAY and Ri SS1A, per s. s. Kaiser Wll
belm 11 (mail for other parts of Kii
lope must be directed "per s. s. Kaiser
1Ailne.m II"); at 1 p. ni. (supplementary
2:3o p. m.) for IrEIwVND, per s. s.
Auranla, via Queetiatown (mnll for other
parts 01 Europe must be directed "prr .
a. Auranla"). 1
WEDNESDAY-At 3:30 a. m. for. IRE
LAND, per s. s. Celtic, via Queenstown
(mall lor other parts 01 Europe must be
directed "per s. a. Celtic' ); at .ao a. m.
tor El ROPE, per s. s. St. Paul, via
Southampton; at 7:30 a. m. for NETHER
LANDS direct, per a. s. Ryndam (mnll
must be dlrecteu "per s. s. Ryndam.).
THURSDAY At 7 a. m. lor FRANCE.
SXVlTfcERLAND. 1TALV, SPAIN. POR
TUGAL, TURKEY. EGYPT. GREECE.
BRITISH INDIA and LORENZO MAH
Vtl'ESS, per s. s. 1a Gatcognc via Havre
(mall for other parts of Europe mutt be
directed "per s. s. a Gascogne").
FRIDAY At 6:30 p. m. for AZORES
ISLANDS, per s. a. Cambroman, from
SATURDAY At a. m. for EUROFE, per
s. s. Campania, via Queenstown; at 8 a.
m. for RKLGll M direct, per a. s. A'nder
land (mall must be directed "per s. s.
Vadrland"); at 8 a. in. for ITALY di
rect, per a. s. Weimar (mall must be di
rected "per a. s. Xveimar ;; at .M a. m.
for SCO 1 LAND direct, per s. s. Co.uin
bia (mail must be directed "per s. s. Co
lumbia"). PRINTED MATTER, ETC. This steamer
takes printed matter, commercial paper
and samplea Ior Germany only. Tne
same cUf of mall matter for other parti
Ol Europe will not be sent by this ln,i
unless specially directed by her.
Alter the cIoi.Iiik of the supp.eY.e.itary
transatlantic n.alis named above, addi
tional supplementary malls ure opcne.i on
the piers of the Anier.can, Engilsn, Frenc.i
and German atcamerj. an.i lema.n i.,.,
until within ten minutes' of the hour of sail
ing 01 steamer. - -
Mails for Aontb atnil Central Amerlcu,
West Indies. Kto.
Bl'NDAY At 6:30 p. m. for BT. PIERRE
MIQUELON, per steamer from North
MONDAY At 9:80 a. m. (supplementary
10:30 a. m.) for CENTRAL AMERICA
(except Costa Rica) and SOUTH PA
CIFIC PORTS, per s. s. Beguranca. via
Colon (mall for Guatemala must be di
rected "per s. s. Seguaranca").
TUESDAY At 10 a. m. for NEWFOUND
LAND, per a. . Silvia.
WEDNESDAY At 12 m. for YUCATAN,
per a. a. Daggry, via Progresrr (mnll must
be directed "per s. s. Daggry"): at. 12:30
p. m. (supplementary J .on p. m. 1 for
TURKS ISLAND and DOMINICAN .RE
PUBLIC, per s. s. Cherokee.
THURSDAY At 8 a. m. for CUBA. YUCA
TAN, CAMPECHE, TABASCO and
CHIAPAS, per s. s. Monterey (mall for
other parts of Mexico must be directed
"per e. s. Monterey"); at 8 a. m. for
BERMUDA, per s. s. Pretoria; at 12 m.
supplementary 12:30 p. m.) for BAHAMAS
and SANTIAGO per a. s. Saratoga; -at 1
p. m. for BARBADOS and NORTHERN
BRAZIL, per a. s. Cearense; at 1 p. m.
for ARGENTINE. URUGUAY and PAR
AGUAY, per s. s. Sailor Prince; at 6:30
p. m. for PORTO PLATA, per s. s. Still
water, from Boston (mall for other parts
of Ihe Dominican Republic must be di
rected "per s. a. Stillwater")..
FRIDAY At 12 m. for MEXICO, per e. e.
Niagara, via Tamploo (mail must be di
rected "per s. s. Niagara"). 1
SATURDAY At 8:3) a. m. (supplementary
:30 a. m.) for PORTO RICO, CURACAO
and VENEZUELA, per s. s. Caracas
. (mail for Savanllla and Cartagena must
be directed "per s. s. Caracas "); at 9:30
a. m. (supplementary 10:90 a. m.) for
FORTUNE ISLAND. JAMAICA. 8AV
ANILLA and CARTAGENA, per a. s.
Altai (mail for Costa Rica must be di
rected "per s. s. Altai"); at 9:30- a. in.
(supplementary 10:30 a. m.) for HAITI
and SANTA MARTA per s. a. Athos; at
10 a. m. for CUBA, per s. a. Morro
Castle, via Havana; at 10 a. m. for
GRENADA and TRINIDAD per s. s.
Maracas; at 12:30 p. m. for CUBA, per 8.
s. Ollnda, via Havana.
Malls Forwarded Overland. Etc., Es.
CUBA By rail to Port Tampa, Fla., and
thence by steamer, closes at this office
daily, except Thursday,. at j:30 a. m (l.ij
connecting malls close here on Mondays.
neanua;ii mrj Tiium..i.
MEXICO CITY Over and. unless specially
aAr, i m . 11 n r , li hu .l.atn.i .In...
a u 11 v ... ... .... j .. . ..... . , , u .. v .
. thlu nfllf.. rlallv .vn.nl Xililfl.iv n I I'Ai
p. m. and ll:lo p. m. Sundays at m
ana ii.ov v. m.
NEWFOUNDLAND By -all to North Syd-
. .. .n4 . Y, r hu .1.3 TV, C W nl uu , ,1,1.-
offfe'e dally at 6:30 p. m. (connecting muni
close here every Monday, Wednesday and
JAMAICA By rail to Boston and thence
U y lien uiri , iiwp. " " " 1 i u.a
U. UI. C.CI. A. " AM..W.M.
ltiWUELON By rail to Boion, and thenc.
Uy B.CBIllV-t, im.m a. I w.i.v aijr a.
6:30 p. m. , '
BELIZE, PUERTO CORTEZ - AND
II ATH Mk .a-hv rail 10 iw 1 r .AIM
and thence by steamer, closes at this
office daliy, except Sunday, at 1 1:3) p, ta
and 111:30 p. m., Sunuay at i:i0 p. 111.
and 111:30 p. m. (connecting mall cloeee
1 1 I ... .1 .... n t .li.', n n .
nere iwuii'i.t. a. e- .
COSTA RICA By rail tj Nw Orl-ans. and
tnence ur eicumci, v.va ....b u.hi..
tially, except Sunday, at 1:J0 p. 111. anj
11:30 p. m., Sundays ai l:oo p. m. and
Ml:30 p. m. (connecting ma.i reuses herj
Tuesdavs at 111:30 p. m.i
IRegietered mall closes at 6:00 p. m. pre
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, via San Fran
cisco, close here dally at 6:30 p. m, tip tj
April 2rth. inclusive, for despitch per
U. 8. Transport.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Seattle, cloae here
dallv at t:30 p. m. up to April (2oth, In
clusive, tor aespatcn per s. a. Srnna,,
HAWAII, via Ban Francisco, closs here
dally at 6:3o p. m. up to April .'7th. In
clusive, for despatch per s. e. Alameda.
CHINA and JAPAN, via Vancouver anil
Victoria, B. C. close here dally at 6::0
p.m. up to April 28th, inclusive, for dei-
. patch per a. a. Einpreso of china. Mer
chandise for U. S. Postul Agency at
Shanghai cannot be forwarded v.a
HAWAII. CHINA. JAPAN, PHILLIPPINE
ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close her
dally at 6:S0 p. m. up to May 3d, In
clusive, for despatch per a. s. Doric.
NEW ZEALAND, AUSTRALIA rexcept
West). NEW CALEDONIA K! li.
SAMOA and HAWAII, via San Francisco,
close here daily at 6:30 p. m. after April
2th and up to May :nh, InclurLe, ior
despatch per s. s Sonoma. (If ths Cunard
steamer carrying the British mall for
New Zealand does not arrive In time to
connect with this despatch, extra malls
closing at 6:30 a. m , :o a. m. and 6 31
?m ; Sundays at 4.30 a. m., 9 a. rn. and
3o p m ulll be made up and forwards!
until the arrival of the Cunsrd rteainer.l
HAWAII. JAPAN, CHINA and PHILIP
PINE ISLANDS, via San Francisco, close
here dally at 6:30 p. m. up to May 13,
Inclusive, for despatch per a. a. Nippon
CHLXA and JAPAN, via Taroma, close
here dally at 6:3o p. m. up to May 1 13. In
Inciuslve. lor despatch per s s. Olytnpla
AUSTRALIA (except XVest). FIJI
ISLANDS and NEW CALEDONIA, va
Vancouver and Victor a. B. C close here
dally at 6:30 p. m. after May Jiith and up
to May 123. Inclusive, for despatch per s.
TAHITI ami MARQUESAS ISLANDS via
San I'ranciacc, cl here dally at 6:1) p.
m. up to May 3th. Inclusive, for de
spatch per t. Mariposa.
Note Unless oiherv.lt addressed. West
Australia is forwards! via Eur.ipe, and
Nw Z aland and Phlllpp nu' vu gau Fran
Cisco lh qjlcktai roulea. Phil ppln.-. .p..
ciall" addieiaed "via Canada' or "va
Europe" must be fully prepaid at the for
rlgn rates. Hawaii U lorwarJed via San
TranantciAc malls are forwarded M cort
of sailing dally and the arheaule of closing
r arranged 0.1 1 lie presuinpito 1 of ih-.r
uninterrupted overlanl trans. t. IRegsterei
mail cloiea at P m. 1 rev oua aay
CORNELIUS VAN l'l)TT,
Postofflce, New York, N. Y., April 14,
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