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THE OMAII A -DAILY. BEE: MONDAY. MAY 1, 1905.
8 p. m. May 20 for despatch per . .
TAHITI and MARQt'ESAB ISLANDS, vis,
9,n Frsnclscn. close at f p. m. May Jl
for despatch per s. Msriposa.
Philippine Islands anf ocam. via
San Francisco, clme at 6 p. m. May 20
for depatch per U. 8. transport.
MANCHURIA (except Mukden, New
chwinx and Port Arthur) and EASTERN
SIBERIA ia at present forwarded via
NOTE I'nlr-ss otherwise addressed, West.
Australia la forwarded via Europe; New
Zealand via Han Francisco, and certain
places In the Chinese Province of Yunnan,
via British India the quickest routes.
Philippine Specially addressed "via Eu
rope must be fully prepaid at foreign
rates. Hawaii In forwarded via San
WILLIAM R. WILLCOX. Postmaster.
FostofTtce, New York. N. T., April 2k, ,1906.
MINING IN TI1E BLACK I11LLS
Branch Mint Company's Stamp
PKOFOPtLS FOR INDIAN SUPPLIES.
Department of tha Interior, Office ot In
dian Affnlrs, Washington, D. C, March 13,
1906. Sealed proposals, Indorsed "Proposals
for blankets, woolen and cotton goods,
clothing. etc.," as tbe case may he, and
directed to the Commissioner of Indian Af
fairs, Nob. 119-121 Wooster street. New
York City, will be received until 1 o'clock
r. m., of Tuesday. May 16. 16. for furnish
ng for tho Indian aervlre blankets, woolen
and cotton good, clothing, notions, hats
and caps; Bids must be made out on gov
ernment blanks. Schedules giving all neces
sary Information for bidders will be fur
nished on application to the Indian Office,
Washington, u. C. ; the U, 8. Indian ware
houses, lls-121 Wooster street. New York
City; W6-2R7 South Canal atreet, Chicago.
111.; 816 Howard street, Omaha, Neb.; 602
Routh Seventh street, Bt. , Louis. Mo.j 23
Washington street, Kan Francisco, Cal.;
the Commissaries of Subsistence, U. S. A ,
at Cheyenne, Wyo., and Bt. Paul, Minn.;
the Quartermaster, U. 8. A., Seattle, Wash.;
and the postmasters at Sioux Clty.Tucson,
Portland, Spokane and Tacorha. Kids will
be opened at the hour and days above
stated, and bidders are Invited to be pres
ent at the opening The department re
serves the right, to determine the point of
delivery and to reject any and all bids,
or any part of any bid, F. E. LEUFP,
FROPOSAL8 FOR MULES AND CAV
ALRY and artillery horses. Deoot Ouar
termaster's Office. Omaha.. Nebraska. Anril
25, 19)6. Sealed proposals, In triplicate, will
be received here until 12 o'clock noon Mav
Bi. 1906, and then opened, for furnishing 208 au8e
GOLDSTAR'S ELECTRIC DRILLS SUCCEED
stockholder, of l.nrkf Baldwin Com
panr from Denver Hold Meeting
and Dlscasa Pntnre Man
agement of Concern.
DEADWOOD, B. D., April 30. (Special.)
It is now stated that the 120-stamp mill
of the Branch Mint company will be In op
eration by September 1 at the very latest
and that In the mines a large forco of men
will be employed. This company's ground
Is located in the Bare Butte district, at and
near the town of Galena, and had been
ODerated several years ago undnr a dif
ferent management, but poor methods and
a desire to sell quickly and put little
money Into the ground killed the proposi
tion at that time. The Branch Mint com
pany, however. Is a new concern, and while
it includes within Its holdings much of the
ground covered by the'old Union H1H con
cern, it has added to It and Is the posses
sor of about 1,000 acres of good mining
ground. The mill Is being erected In the
town of Galena and has progressed so far
that the power plant has been set up, part
of the stamps are in position and the rest,
are expected to arrive within a few days.
Attached to the stamp mill will be a com
plete cyanide plant for the retreatment
of the tailings, the building for which is
about completed. Mining will be done from
the Hoodoo shaft, At wheh point there has
teen placed Ave Gates crushers, and the
ore will be dumped Into the crushers as It
Is hoisted and from there Into storage
bins of large capacity, from which It will
be drawn as wanted Into cars for trans
portation to the mill, the company having
built and equipped three miles of narrow
road Just for this purpose. Since
and Its cleanup for the latter part of the f included, 14V15c; firsts,
In the neighbor- J l; extras, lec. cneese.
mules and 285 cavalry and artillery horses.
IT. 8. reserves the right to reject any or all
bids, or parts thereof. Information and
specifications furnished on application. En
velopes containing bids to be marked
"Proposals for Mules and Cavalry and Ar
tillery Horses" and addressed to Captain
Tli os. 8 wo be. Quartermaster, A 28
PROPOSALS) FOR TRANSPORTATION
Chief Quartermaster's Office, 416 Pullman
Building. Chicago. 111., Moy 1, 11)05. Sealed
proposals. In duplicate, will be received
here until 11 a. m., central time, June 1,
!, and then opened, for furnishing trans
portation for military supplies from points
la the United States to Manila, P. I., from
July'l, 1005, to June. 80, 1906. Information
furnished on application. Envelopes con
taining proposals to b marked, "Proposals
for Transportation," and addressed to
Lieut. Col. W. H. Miller, Chief Q. M.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
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ANCHOR LINE U. 8. MAIL STEAMERS
i - NEW TORK. LONDONDERRY AND
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, ' Ruperlor arcommodatloa. Excellent Cuisine.
, Tl"e Comfort of Passengera Carefully Con
sidered. Single or Round Trip Tickets is.
' sued between New York and Scotch, Eng
- llsh. Irish and all principal continental
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. Tours. For tickets or general Information
apply to any local agent of the Anchor Line
Genera) Agents, Chicago, 111.
A free lunch counter needs no advertis
Self-love Is the root of most people's
Things a man cant oo without are
thorns la his path.
Wr.en It comes to selecting a wife some
, men are easily pleased., '
The young man parts bis hair, but the
bald man has parted from his.
However, the harder a man works tha
longer he can stave off the chloroform aga
Lots of people enjoy getting Into trouble
otherwise they wouldn't get married.
When wo become one It sometimes hap
pens that the missing one will sever be
Wheu a roan unites with the church most
of his acquaintances Wonder how soon be
will Ivfcim i pay his debts. Chicago Nvws.
the Branch Mint has taken this property
great deal of development work has been
done upon it under the direction of James
Hardin, the general manager, and it Is
his opinion that the mine, even at the pres
ent time,' has been opened , up sufficiently
to supply the mill and by the time It Is
ready' to run will be in splendid condi
Trial Ran. of Electrle Drills.
During the latter past of the week a
trial run was made by the Goldstake com
pany with the electric drills whlcfc. It has
lately Installed, and from all accounts they
give the best satisfaction, and by tlicfr use
the work of drifting which has been started
n the long tunnel which the company Is
driving has been greatly facilitated. The
power plant consists of a ten-horse power
special electric gasoline engine, connected
with which Is a generator capable of run
ning four drills, all of which Is located at
the portal to the tunnel In a neat frame
building. From the portal of the tunnel to
the face of the working It Is a distance
of 500 feet, and while running that distance
two well defined veins of ore have been
cut, both showing good values. Develop
ment work will continue for several months
In the verticals and In the quartzlte ore
shoots, and by that time It Is believed' that
sufficient ore will have been blocked out
to warrant the erection of a stamp mill or
some other form of treatment plant. Ow
ing to the topography of the country the
tunnel when It reaches the main ore bodies
will tap them at a distance of 600 feet from
the apex, or where they are exposed on the
surface. This company was organised sev
eral months ago for the purpose of develop
ing and working 150 acres of mineral land
which Is -located in THose proximity tot a
number of good propositions in the Garden
Lneky Baldwin Company Meets.
J. P. Wilson of Denver, accompanied by
a number of people Interested in the Lucky
Baldwin Gold Mining company, was In
Lead, the headquarters of the company,
this week for the purpose of attending a
stocknolders' meeting, at which plans wefe
dlscusued for the future management of
tne concern. This company owns a large
acreage or land in the vicinity of Hill City,
on which It has had a force of 'men 'work
ing ior some tune, developing a strong
vertical of ore, carrying free -gold and
concentrat.'ng values. Work on these verti
cals will be continued and the company
also proposos to work the surface ground
on a part of its claims for the placer gold
which It contains, and will shortly con
struct a dam to Impound the waters of
Sunday gulch and use it to sluice the
'gravel and surface dirt, all of which carry
good values. It not being a difficult matter
to pan out good wages on many parts of
PrenjLrattnn i tnw Oia In... !)..,. .
Important addition to the milling plant on
the Extreme Mining company's gTound two
milea northeast of Custer City continue
ana tne management hopes to have it in
operation before the summer Is over. This
will consist of a cyanide plant for the re-
iroaiuicui ui vno innings ana Include a
power hoist and air compressor, drill and
improved machinery. Besides this. It lb
the Intention to connect the milling plant
with the mine with a tramway for the
better and quicker handling ot the ore,
Reports from a test run on 1.9U0 tons of or
taken from the mine show that it gave re
turns of 86,600 net and It is estimated that
Mucn or the values In the ore were lost
which would have been saved had a cya
nide plant been Operated In connection with
Victoria Is Prospering;.
A switch Is being built to the milling
plant of the Victoria Mining company on
Bpearnah. river at the mouth of Squaw
creek. and it Is expected that It will be
ready tor the delivery of heavy machinery.
building material and other supplies within
a few days. At the last meeting of the
directors of this company Us affairs were
placed In tbe hands of a managing direc
tor, who has been made responsible to
the stockholders of the company, and, as
his authority has been made absolute all
contracts are referred to him for approval.
William M. Class of Omaha holds this
position, and under his direction the af
fairs of tbe Victoria have prospered. Pre
liminary work on the big 240-ton mill has
already made a good 'start, and the walls
ot the building will soon be raising. De
velopment work continues upon the splen
did ore bodies which have been opened up
on this property, and they are looking bet
ter than ever. This particular section of
the Ragged Top district had been long
neglected until the Victoria entered it, but
tne aevetopmenis maae by the company
have been such that It has prospected a
great deal ot the surrounding ground and
many utn ui properties nave aonn ik
great deal of work, and on most of tin m
good ore has been fousd. In fact. It has
been responsible for disclosing In the dl
trict more siilciore than In any of the
districts ot the northern hills. Besides the
work which is being done by the Victoria
there Is a great deal going on and all ot
it is of a most promising character.
Imperial's hew Tanks.
One ot the new tanks Is in use In the
Imperial 'company's- mill in Dead wood,
ana it is expeciea tnat witntn a day or
so tha others will bo. When all of the
tanks are employed the company's mill
will have an output pf 4.600 tons monthly
This mill Is doing some of tbe finest work
of any ot the plants In the Hills, and Its
extraction Is Increasing right along, the
last gold bars which resulted 'from Its
semi-monthly cleanup being much finer
than usual. Of late the plant has been
running on higher grade ore than usual
month of April weighed
hood of $15.0(10.
Experiments which her beep under way
for some time on the ore from the Globe
oompany's mines have proven very 'satis
factory, It Is snld, to the management,
which has concluded ttt hasten the work
of building a plant. Chlllean mills will be
Instiled, this method of crushing the ore
from that property proving to be the best
of the many that had been experimented
with. Between 8,000 and 4,000 feet of tun
nel has been done on the property, and
the ore bodies have been, sufficiently de
veloped, It is said, to keep the plant which
will be built running at full capacity for
a long time, and to Insure a steady supply
of ore. -
Harris Franklin, general manager of the
Goldep Reward Mining company, has re
turned from a protracted visit In the east.
It Is stated that Mr. Franklin will shortly
resign his position as general manager of
the company, his health being such that
he will be unable to give It the attention
which Its Importance warrants. It was to
Mr. Franklin's Individual efforts and good
management that the Golden Reward com
pany has Attained the position it has
among the mining 'companies of the Black
Hills, being, next to the Homestake, the
largest producer of gold In the state of
I.ncky Strike Wants Stamp Mill
Superintendent Allen of the Lucky
Strike Mining company says that It Is the
Intention of that corporation to build
targe stamp mill on its property on Elk
Creek the coming summer. At present
there Is no work doing at the mines, and
will not be until the weather settles and
the roads dry up, for as they are, it is
Impossible, to haul supplies over them.
ork will be resumed, however, Just as
soon as the roads get good sgaiw, - and
the development of the property proceeded
with. It is at present in good condition,
and the various ore bodies exposed In the
workings showing up well.
There bas been some talk lately of build
ing a cyanide plant on the Richmond
Sitting Bull property In the Galena dis
trict, and C. B. Harris, who had the
euperlntendency of the property for a num
ber of years, has gone to New York City
to confer with Henry Eaxle, the owner.
When the property was gutted of Its rich
smelting ores years ago there -was, as
In the Wasp 2, vast quantities of
medium grade ores left standing, and it
Is this material It Is now proposed to run
through the .cyanide process. It ia as
serted that should a mill be built on the
ground it will be a large one, and one
that will have capacity sufficient to handle
a great deal of custom ores besides the
material taken from the company's ground.
On last Saturday final payment was
made by the Reliance company on the
Johnqulst property In the Ragged Top dis
trict, and the deeds, which have been In
escrow In the American National Bank of
Deadwood, have been taken out and war
ranty deeds conveying the property to the
Reliance company filed with the county
register of deeds. This ground contains
sixty acres, and Includes the site for the
proposed cyanide plant which the com
pany will erect this summer. . With this
payment the company has secured title
to all the ground upon which It has held
options that has developed any considera
ble quantities of ore. It holds a number
of options on some adjolnlpg ground upon
wpicn rair prospects . nave.. been, ootainea,
but on which continuous ore bodies have
not been found. It is said that the com
pany is In a good financial condition, and
that It will within few weeks make a
very Important move.
For some time past there has been
rumor current In the Black Hills that the
differences between the American ' and
English stockholders of the Harney Peak
Tin Alining company are about to be set
tied out of court and that In all proba
bility the American stockholders will se
cure possession 1 of the property. It Is
further said that if this end is attained
that the company's properties In the vi
cinity of Hill City will again be the scene
of extensive operations.
lsc; prime firsts,
SEW TORK GF.XKRAL MRKRT
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
CHICAGO GRAIN, AND PROVISIONS
Quotations of the liny on Virions
NEW YORK. - April !. FLOUR-Re-
celpts. 8.SM bbls.: export, 6.918 bbls. Msr-
sei was unsettled and weak. Deing mwr
to sell. Minnesato patents. $i.2.Va.n0;
Minnesota bakers, 3.4(tf,i3,MI; winter pat
ents, H.HiKiff) lio; winter straights, tt.iUjt.i.-):
winter . extras, 83. 3nii 3. 75 ; winter low
grade. S3.8iifl3.to.' Rve Hour quiet; fair to
good. Ml'tntS6: choice to tancy, 4.70u
I'ORNMEA L Bn rely steady. Fine wheat
and yellow, 31.2: coarse new, fl.uyui.10;
kiln dried. I2.76fi2.85.
K YE Nominal. Western, 80c.
BARLEY Slow. Feedlna. 46.112 bu. : New
York malting. 45c. c. 1. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Kecelnts. 1.000 bu.: SDot mar
ket weak; No. f red, 90'o nominal ele-
'Vator; No. 2 red, 81-Sc. f. o. b. afloat; No.
1 northern Duluth, PVuf. f o. b. afloat; No.
1 hard Manitoba, W-te. f. o. b. afloat. A
weak undertone existed in wheat ail the
forenoon, causing a drop of over 1 cent
In the new crons. It was due to lower
cables, favornble weather and prospects
for heavier world s shipments. Last prices
were lVSil'Ac net lower: May. IKtfj'JOUc;
closed SXic; July 8"(fi8 5-lfic ; closed 87c;
September, 83'a84c; closed 83e.
CORN Receipts, 61,275 bu. ; exports. 110.766
bu.; rpot market easy; No. 2, 6c, nominal
elevator, and tlc t. o. b. afloat; No. 2
yellow, 527c; No. Z white, t2. upuon
market had a sharp break under liquida
tion. Imnellert hv clearing weather west.
easy cables and the bearish attitude of big
western operators, closing to w nei
lower. May, 61fcti61-Sc, closed ila, July
Closed eigc. ' ,
. OATS Receints 30.000 bu. : exports. 1.85
bu.; spot market bnrely steady; mixed, 23
c; pounas, jivw.ve', natural www,
2c; pounds, 86ltfr36ttc. Option market
FEED Steady; spring bran, xis.i;
prompt shipment; middlings, 318.10; prompt
shipment; city, J19.fttVu-1.50.
HAY Steady; good to choice, 774(S2V4e.
HOPS Steady ; state, common to choice,
1904, 25Cr(29c; lSi'U, 2J1!c; olds, HfilSc; Pa
cific coast, 1904, 254j'28c; 19o3, 214j24o; olds.
HIDES Steady : Galveston, zo to
pounds, 20c; California. 20 to 25 pounds,
19c; Texas dry, 24 to 80 pounds, 14c.
r.EATHKR-Plrm. acid. 244lc.
PROVISIONS Beef, strong; family, 313 50
14.00; mess, 311.90Can.50; beef hams, Jtfi.oo
4(22.60; packet, 812.50& 13.00; city extra India
mess, izo.kb22. jui niem, meuuy ,
pickled bellies, 37.25188.00; pickled shoulders,
a.oua'i."u; picKiea nams, ti.iwjw.. i.n.u,
steady; western steamed, 87.40; April
closed. 37.40 nominal: teflned steady; con
tinent, 37.60; South Amerlcah, 38. 2o; com
pound, SR.26Sf.2Vi. Pork, barely steaay;
family, 314.5(15.00; short clear, S13.0txjjl5.00;
mess. 313.60. ,
TALLOW Quiet; city, (W per pacaagej
4,c: countrv. narknaes free. 4iSr4MiC.
RlCtS Firm; domestic, iair 10
2?r?i&Uc: Jntiun. nominal.
H1ITTKK Market Dareiv sienoy; xiren
ftrle .Tt crmrv. 27c: official prices
creamervl common to extra. 234127c; state
dairy, common to extra, 21&26c; renovated,
common to trn. l7rff2Kc: western factory.
common to choice, 19823c; western imita
tion creamery, common to exira,
I'HKKSh nirin: state, tu l cicmiu.
colored and white, fancy. 144c; flne,13c
state, late made, colored and white, poor
to choice. JO-lkSt 13i4c: stale, Inrre. colored
white ronr to choice. 1fW?il3C.
EGGS Firm: western storage selec
tions. 17iWiKo; western firsts, lie.
POULTRY Alive: Quiet: western cnica-
urn fnw. i:ic- 010 turaeys. tou,
Dressed: Firm; western chickens, 1012c;
fowls, 10314o; turkeys, l-ial8c
St. Lonls General Market.
ST. LOl'IS. Anril 29.WHKAT Lower;
No. 2 red cash, elevator, 87'4&2c; track,
90c; May, 87Vc; July. iSVfcc; i"o. 1 nara
CORN weak; JNO. 2 casn, inc; irain.
474ifHSc; May, 45yM5,V.,c; July, 45c.
()AT9-1)pr: No. 2 casn. 2c iracK
3Sc; May. 27V.c; July, 27?,c; No. 3 white.
FliOUR Dull. Red winter patents, n.t
64.80: extra fancy and straight, Sl.SWtj-l.io;
car, ,&0(B3.W. . . . ,
BKKD Timotny, steaay, a.wg'3.ou.
niRKMli'.AI-.fllHiiv. 12.50. .
BRAN Lower ana duu; . sackea east
HAY Dull; timotny, SB.WJWia.ou; prairie.
IRON COTTON TltrtJ SWC.
BAGGING Site. .... . ' '
Wl"MI TWINP Ue.
.PRnvisifiNS-Pork, hleher: Jobbing, 311.50,
Lard, steady; prime steam, 6.67ty. Dry salt
meats, steaay; poxea extra Biwrn,
clear ribs, 37.12; short cleaou S7.37MI. Bacon,
steady; boxed extra norta. i.s; ciear tids.
PliLLTKI lumeys MOO-- uu rb, iuwt-i
chickens, lOVic; springs. 5.owo-o per aos.
BUTl Kn-Bieauy; crvauivi y, , wui.ov
dairy. 1214c. . ,J. . .
k r:cs Minnv hi ic. envts (.-truiii.
lTlnnp hhls 7.000 9,000
Wheat, bu. 8,000 35,000
-Wn hll. 31. TOO . ' H.UUU
Oats. bu. '.... .27.000 " 28,000.
loth Beef Steers and Cows Thirty to Torty
Cents Lower fr. the Week.
HOGS AT LOWEST POINT SINCE MARCH
Sheep Aboot stead)- for Week, bnt
I.nrabs Hnve Bern Slow Sale and
Prices Just Abont Twenty-Five
tenia Loirer All Aronnd.
Receluta were: Cst'l"
Official Monday 2,413
uinciai Tuesday 4,1a
OiiiiimI -din-d.Hy .-
Official Thursday S.3.
I'lIK'iai t 1-illHV i.tsM
Official baturday 3H
Total this week If, hi 1
Total last week ." 1J.S77
Same days week before.. 20,314
tame three weeks ago. .1H.M1
fame four weeks Hgu....li.S10
Same days last yar....2ti.419
.Total April, lny3 70,20
Total Auril lt Ka una
Total April, lwo3 87,l,t
Total April, iwj2 07,4;f
Features of tbe Trading; and Closing;
. Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. April 29. Brilliant weather
wilted prices in the wheat market here
today. Other enervating Influences were
large primary receipts and lower cables.
At the close May wheat was oft la. July
is down l'wiftc. corn snows a loss of
7o. Oats are down Provis-
sions are 2ttc lower to 10c higher.
Weakness was in evidence in the wheat
market at the outset. Initial quotations
on Mav were otr ?c to 2v.e. at 80Mc to 88c.
July was down c to Miiftc, at STfto to
8a43Vc Continuation of weather condi
tions excellent: growth of fall-Bown wheat
was the chief reason for the sharp de
cllnes. Another bearish factor was unex
pected weakness at Liverpool, notwlth
standing the strength exhibited here yes.
terday. Liberal movement In the north
west was a further depressing Influence.
reoelpts today at Minneapolis and Duluth
being ins cars, compareu witn vu cars a
year ago. The market failed to rally from
the opening break. As trading advanced
distant deliveries became weaker. July
declining to bl!tjSlc. May held within
the opening range. Tne marsei -closed
weak, with May at 87c. Final quota
tions on July were at Wc. Clearances of
wheat and nour were equal to btt.Bou bu,
Primary receipts were zis.uw du., com.
no red wl' ifio.luo bu. a year aco. Mtn
neapolis, D.'.iuth and Chicago reported re
ceipts of 206 cars, against 363 cars last
week ana ion cars a year ago.
Lower cables ana weakness of wheat
started active selling of corn by prominent
1lt traders. The result was a weak mar.
:et the entire session. Tbe market lacked
any outside support. Demand coming
mostly from shorts. July opened V4rCfio to
He lower, at 4bVu46'c to 46Hc, sold off
to 4E-Vo and closed at the lowest point,
Local receipts were 62 cars, with one of
Tha oats margei was arrectea by weak
ness of wheat ana corn. commission
houses and the pit traders were the Drln
cinal sellers. Cash house were fair buy
ers of May. July opened a shade to Wtc
lower at zbo to zs-.tc, soio. 0.0 wn 10 usYtC
and closed at 28c. Local receipts were
The leading futures ranged as louows
Article, I Open. High. Low. Close. Yst'y.
SOl'TH OMAHA. April 29. Id".
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE
The lollowlns table shows the receipts ol
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omanu for
the year 10 date, with comparison with last
.U.l I. ..!.
Si. 043 44.M
70,872 . 22.6SO
lJCKv 1o4,i lb
19ii. 1 W M, 748
147, H9S 135.SM
he followina table
price ot nogs t bouih Omaha tor the last
several oays, wttu comparisons:
1!04. 1303.1902. 1901. 1900. 11839
6 15k 5 03 1 7 SOI 6 661 6 971 j 4
10.. I 6 25
11.. I a zai 4 oi 7 21
8 31 I 4 k
6 23 I 4 t0 7 2
6 2tHl 4 bOi 7 21
6 3u 4 8 7 16
vl J 23 wl 6 uvj 5 0
I 7 231 6 6H1 6 ot S 161 3 J
6 0 1 6 13 7 a.1 e 631 8 i 0 2i S
6 al 6 0i I ui 6 K a 30 8 M
30 I 5 001 7 24 I 6 901 t 30) 3 63
6 2041.1 4 7 "41 681 1 5 2(1 8 04
8 fcl 4 MM 7 211 631 8 01 8 W
1 4 Mi 7 ani Khl 6 921 6 331
I 1 7 3i 6 ; 6 i 5 3 3 68
tl 6V 0 Vl 0O
6J 6 Mi 6 33 8 63
I 041 6 40 3 61
6 E6 I 6 48 3 61
6 96 8 1 I 72
through, so that not much of a lest of the
mnrki't was made. As a matter of fn t,
lwf er, buyers did not seem tc be very
anxious for supplies.
For the week receipts show a loss as
compared with Inst week of about 6.000
head, but as compared with the same week
of last year there Is an Increase of about
16,000 head. The mutton market In the east
has been In bad Shape this week ana
cago reports a M( drop in prices tor
stuff. A this point, however, the supply of
sheep has been rather limited and with a
rair demand desirable grades nave nem
about steady. Common and part fat kinds,
though, have been slow sale and ft trifle
The bulk of the. receliits all the wees
consisted of lambs and ss a result packers
have ben able to break the mnraet ju-i
about 20c on both the good and medium
grades. At most of the other markets the
decline Is considerably more than that, so
tnnt prices here are well In Hue wnn tnoi-n
being paid at other markets.
Quotations for clipped stock: Good to
choice laml.a. tfi.7fVfitl.iiO- fair to good lambs.
35 0Vi6.75; good to choice Colorado wooed
lambs, S7.CM7.4f; good to choice yearlings,
35.25i5.5t; fair to good yeorlli-gs. 35 0'Q5.:5;
good to choice wethers. StSOySOO; fair to
pood wethers. S4.5iiif) 4.H0; good to choice
ewes, S4504M.85; fair to good ewes, 34-0"'
4.50. Wooled stock sells Trom 75c. to 3100
per hundred pounds higher than clipped
mock. Representative sales:
8 Western bucks
2 native lambs..)
5 native ewes- ,
14 western lambs-.
C1I1CAUO LIVE STOCK MtnRKT
Cattle, Sheep and I ambs Are Steady
CHICAGO, April .-CATTI.E-Recelpts,
200 head; market steadv: good to prime
steers. $5.75'i.iO; poor to medium, Vt-2.vi?
5.40; Blockers and feeders. 82.7iif5.2; cows,
3:.75ir4.76: heifers, S2.50i6.R0; fanners. 31-60
2.40: bulls, S2.Evff4.75; calves, 3-1 OixjiO.75.
HOGS Receipts, 8,000 head; estimated
Monday, 35,000 head: market easy; mixed
and butchers, sa.00fffi.30; good to choice
heavy, 8n.o0(6.30; rough heavy, S4r.oy4.96;
light, 85.0O66.27V.; bulk of sales, 35.00fta.25.
SHEEP AND LAMHS-ltecelpts, 8.000
head; sheep and lambs steady; good to
choice wethers, shorn. S4.ttO-i(5.ou; fair to
choice mixed, shorn, S4."0m4.50; w.estern
sheep, shorn, 33.5OJf6.0O; natfve lambs, shorn,
S4.OOWti.60; western lambs, 86.757.40.
I 6 27,
1 6 ai
20.. I 6 24 4 81 1
21.. 6 29s 4 79
6 821 4 81
I 4 S9 7 0i 6 91 1 5 V3 6 45
I 7 03i 6 901 0 92 6 6o 3 72
7 141 6 99 6 M 6 4 3 68
16 90( ssi 40 I (i
7 lOf I 6 boi 6 46 ( 3 76
7 101 6 88 I 6 42 3 77
7 001 6 861 S BOI 8 72
I 4 bll 7 01. sol 6 8ui 5 301
5 85Hl I 7 06) 8 Wj 5 70 6 32 8 67
26.. 6 26,1 7 74 1 7 04,
26. . I 6 22V.I 4 78i
27.. I 6 161 4 74 6 91
28.. I 6 10- 4 711 6 83
19.. I 5 10;i 4 66 1 6 77
6 771 6 ijo 3 65
6 771 6 9 3 6
6 72 b 34 K bi
I 6 37 1 3 09
5 65 3 69
Tbe official number ot cars of stock
brought in by each road was:
C. M. A St. P. Ry 4 ..-..
Wabash 1 .. . '..
Mo. Vac. Ry 2
U. P. System 28
U. A N. W. Ry 3
F., E. A M. V. R. R 27
B. A M. Ry 8
C B. & O. Ry 2
C. R. I. A. P., Eat.
Chi. Great Western 2
Total receipts 82
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indies ted 1
Omaha Packing Co
Swift and Company -.
Cudahy Packing Co. .. .....
Armour & uompany .... t
Martin A Gregson
8. A S
Other buyers .' 4
Kansas City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CI TV', April 29. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 500 head, Including 260 southerns.
Market unchanged. Choics export and
dressed beef steers, S5.60(b6.50; fair to good,
34.255.40; western fed steers, 34.tOf(iti.25;
Blockers and feeders. S3.0Ofl5.O0; southern
steers, S3 5oitf6. 75 : southern cows, S-'.2o(j4.50;
native cows, 3-'.2Vd4.75; native heifers, 33.50
&A.50; bulls, 32.754.75; calves, S3.60jj 6.26; re
ceipts for the week, 21.300.
HOGS Receipts. 3,000 head; market slow
to steady; top, 35.624; bulk of sales, Solo
5.20: heavV. 35.164it.22V4! Backers. S5.10rnt.2O;
pigs and light, S4.25rQO.15. Receipts for tho
rmk.k-.p Aiwn ijmhs-Keceitits. none:
market nominally steady: native lambs,
85.60ii7.1l0; native wethers, Sl.50-fffi.00; native
feci ewes. 14.2MW) Hi: western tea lamos,
35.6((17.00; western fed yearlings, S5.00i2o;
ArA-tufn fart ahAaii II -r,,ft Kh ! Rlfir K erS .lliri
fue.lers, S3.00ii.o6. . Receipts for the week,
St. Joseph Live Stock Market
ST. JOSEPH, April 29. CATTLE
R-rMnts. 290 head, and market steady
Native, S260.25; cows and heifers, S-'-Oog1
stockers and feeders. S3.00til5.00.
rlUiJD rteceipts, tf,oo nena, inai ivei wai.
6n lower: IlKht. S6.104r5.17V4: medium and
SHEEP Receipts. 26 neaa; niaraei.
steady; lambs, 37.80.
Slonx Ciiy Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. April 29. Special Tele
gram. WC.ATTLE Receipts 250 head: mar
ket steady; neeves, S4.wun.uu; cows. uun
and mixed, S3.0Org5.0O; Btockers and feeders.
tl orwrM : ralven and yearlings. 33.0OW4. 2o.
HUUa- necfiipts. ,ouu neaa; -miiriitu
steady; selling at S4-95&6.12V: bulk ot sales.
St. Lonls Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. April 29. CATTLE Receipts,
nons Nona on sale.
1,368 ..... HOGS-j-Recelpts, 700 head; market steady;
GRAIN' AND PRODUCE MARKET ,
Whra. in Weak ro3i!ion Ihrongb Good
Wf ather and BRTishne3 of Crowd, .
JULY WHEAT SOLD AND SLPTtMBER B0VSHT
Corn Shorts Will Not Find It Con
venient to Deliver Mondar--Ch-rnga
Makes Heavy Uk
OMAHA. April S9, 190
llh every prospect for fair weather over
Sunday, with the crowd bearish and mostly
on the short s ite, and no outside buying,
wheat is in a weak position. The May
wheat closed Friday night Ho lower than
II was the s.une ntuht lust year. The July
wheat was l-Sc lower and the September So
lower than a vear ago. In corn the May
cloned at the same flguro It did a year ago,
or 4ti-)),c. The July was 1e and the hep
tombcr lio lower than a year ago. The
May oats closed 12vc lower tlisn a year-
ago. The Mav this morning opened st 87CT
advanced to (iw and returned go sic nt the
close. The hlvh nml low in, lots KflOAV
were S9c and iss';,c. The Julv reenhed Wa
and SlSc for high and low today and closed
at 82c. Krlday the extremes were tw1 and
W-'ic The trade was light In the wheat
and confined to the proirslonnls. Gates
Is reported to have bought a lot of short
wheal In Mlnnenuolis.
Cu.h wheut Is snld to be selling In Chl-
capw at prices which cannot be met Ift the
southwest by as much as 4c. Minneapolis
loaded out ilt cat of wheat, including 41
earn of fso. 1 northern and ? cars of No. 2
northern. The world s shipments are esti
mated at 9.0W.0HO huuhels. The Australian
shipments are 846.000 bushels, against 84.000
last week a id 1.124.000 last year. There is
disposition to buv Julv wheat and sell
Septemher on the theory that the small
slocks of wheat makes It unsafe to be short
tho July at such a low tiremlum. It is
said that Wrenn will deliver over a million
liusliels of corn on Mav Fates the nrst or
the week. They have been bearish on corn
for some tim? and have held the cash corn
since December. Shinning houses were
active in taking oft their hedges Irl May
and July yesterday, four houses buying
If the corn longs (.tend by their holdings
on the first delivery day, Monday, it is
pmbafcle tha shorts ' will cover for the
present. The clearances are 670,ou ousn-
cls. The May corn ranged between 4So
and 45c for high and low, against 40So
and 4f)c Friday. Shippers are bidding- St
Illinois stations for ,-orn to SO SOUtlt
equivalent to 46V40, Chloago, for No. 3
corn, and 4Sc for No. 3 yellow corn.
This would Indicate that there Is very
Utile chance of corn coming from that
section at the present time on the. basis
of present prices in the market. Corn
was chartered at lc and lVc. Chicago to
Buffalo, the outside rate being up tne
river loading. The amount contracted for
was 400.000 bushels. The primary receipt;
of corn are HW.OOO bushels, against 196.000
bushels, and the shipments are 442,000
bushels, against 206,000 bushels. , .
Omaha Cnsh Snles.
WHEAT No. 8 hard, 1 car. 67H lbs., 830,
Omaha Cnsh Price. '
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 9ne: No. 8 hard. 75
tT6c; No. 4 hard, 0i75c: No. 9 spring. 90C.
CORN No. 2, 4:nc; no. 3, sc; no. ,
42V4c: no grade, 3Sr41c; No. 2 yellow, 44c:
No. a yellow.. 43V4c; no. 2 wnne, c; no.
OATS No. 2 mixed. SSVie: No. 3 mixed. 28c
No. 4 miked. 27V4c; No. 2 white, 2V4o; No.
n n and Uffhta. S4.tm(n.iu
5.16; butchers and best heavy, S6.0666.26.
alltHjf neceipis none:
None on sale,
Kansas City Grain ana Provisions,
ViMHAH CITY. Antil ' 29. WHEAT
Lower; May, 79V4c; July, 72Vc; September,
70c. Cash: No. 2 hard, tergwe; No. a
79rriS5c; NO. 4, Kxaouc; no. i u, i-u.
4. 65rgt0c. ., ' 1
CORN Lower; May, 2ic; juiy. c;
September, 42c. Cash: No. 8 mixed,
46c; No. 3. 44V4(&44'tc ; No. 2 wnue, ibwa t
46c; No. 3, 45c. J
OATS steady; no. 2 wnue, uc; do. t
RYE Steady, 70710.
EGGS Steady; Missouri and Kansas new
No. 2 whltewood cases - Included,. 14V4c;
case count, 13Hc; cases returned, V4je less.
, HAY Steady ; noice umomy, a.owo-vu.w.
choice prairie, S8.0orfr8.60.
HUllWa creamery, , iwcmkim, iov.
Wheat, bu ......24,800 62,800
Com, bu 20,400 18.300
Oats, bu. ....17,000 9,000
Liverpool Grain' (Market.
LIVERPOOL, April . WHEAT-Spot.
dull; No. 1 California, 6s Vid.' futures.
quiet: May, 6s 6d; July, os w; Septem
ber, 6s 4'Ad. .
CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed,
new, 4s 2d; American mixed, old, 4s 10V4.d;
futures, quiet; May, s zu; juiy, is
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA. Anril 29. BUTTER
Weak; extra western creamery, 28c; extra
nearby prints, iso.
EGGS Firmer; nearby fresh, 17c at mark;
western fresh, 17rj17V4c at mark.
CHEESE nrm; New iora run crrmmery.
1314c; choice. 13Ve; fair to good, hi'ii
Milwankee Grain Market.
uit.witlKCT!. ADrtl 29 WHEAT Dull:
No. 1 northern, 97c; July, 82c asked.
BARLEY Margei sieauy; o. 01c,
1 WAftitc; May.' 45rs
CORN feafay, no
89 A 8V4
46V 46V. -
U 72Vj U 85
12 06 12 15
7 07 7 0IV 7 07W
7 25 7 22V? 7 2
7 42V4 7 87V, T 42V,
78 SO Vi
Minneapolis Grain' Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. April 29. WHEAT May,
oiu. iniv. tWVic: SeDtember. raVaSOVte.
KltlUxt rirsi paieillB, o.wuu.u, itmiim
patents, 34.80(84 90; nrst clears,
second clears, S2.75rS2.85. .
PEORIA. April 29. CORN-Steady ; No.
8 vellow. 47c: No. 3, 47c;,, No. 4, 4oc; no
rrnrie 44c. 6
OA I B Lincninijcu, . w .1.1.., tmmv.
No. 4 white. nc.
v Dnlnth Grain Market.
niTT.l'Ttl Anril 29. WHEAT To orrlve
No. 1 northern, 90V4c On trai k: No. 1 north
ern, 9mVc; May, 9Vc; July. 90Vc; September,
OATS TO arrive ana on iraca, ss-jje.
Toledo Been Market.
TOLEDO, April 29. SEED Clover,
88.00; April. S8.00; October, S5.77V4 bid;
alsike, 37.50; prime timothy, 31.421.
CATTLE Thee were no fresh receipts
of cattlo here today with which to make a
test of the market. For the week receipts
show a Iobs ot about 2,000 head as coin-
Dared with last week and a loss of about
11 ooo head as comDared with the same
Week of last year, supplies at Other points
have also been light, sq that the decrease
a a mmnarul with lust WBfk at six Of tha
leading markets amounts to about 25,000
head. This, of course, makes quite a dlf
ference in the amount of dressed - meat
available to meet tne requirements of the
In unite of that fact the fat cattle market
this week bas been the most unsatlstaotory
from the sellers' standpoint of any that has
been experienced In some little time.
Packers claim tkat the dressed meat trade
in the east Is in bad shape and conse
quently they have been very bearish and
have broke the market on beef steers about
30 to 40 cents at all points. This decline is
not confined to the commoner grades, as
the irood to choice cattle have suffered
about as much as the common cattle. The
condition of the market next week, oper
ators say, depends almost entirely upon
the sise of the receipts, as Ahey think the
dressed beef market needs a little breath
inr Good to- choice beef steers are
quotable from S5.75 to 36.15. fair to good
Su.oofc6.75 and common to fair 34.004j6.0o.
The market on cows and heifers has suf
fered the same as the trade on steers. The
decline on the bulk of the cattle, including
the better grades, is around au to 40 cents.
A few cows are beginning to arrive tnat
how signs 01 grass, ana me loss on mat
da is a trifle more than on the others,
1 1 hm been a slow, mean market all the
week. Good to choice grades are quotable
from S4.36r(f6.00: fair to good, 33.604i4.25;
common to fair, S2.264J3.50. Good veal calves
have held about steady, oesi graaea selling
up to S0.00.s The common kinds, though, are
little lower. ...
Tha sunnlv of Btockers and feeders was
rather limited last week, and as there was
a fair demand from the country, the mar
ket has held Just about steady In spite of
the big slump In prices on fat cattle. Some
of the commoner grades may be a trifle
lower, but anytntng tn aesirame is sell
ing In Just about the same notches as a
Week ago. as nign an j.w wiu, piu huh
waelr for some oholce hay-feds and good
to choice feeders may be quoted from 34.60
to 85.00. Fair to gooa attie sen irom
34 00 to 34 50 and the common to fair grades
so mostly from 33.00 to 33.76.
HOUS mere was uuuui a normal run, 01
hogs here this morning and the market
showed very little change from yesterday.
At the opening prices were Just about
steady with yesterday's best time and
trade was active, the ruling prices being
35.10 and 35.12V. Most of the hogs changed
hands on tnai dhhib ui m cany nuur, out,
the same as was me case yesterday, buy
era beared the market on the extreme
close and tried to buy the last hogs under
35.10. Salesmen held on for the morning
nrlces. so tnai 11 was miner laie oeiore a
complete clearance was made. The bulk
of tha nogs couia De pmrea 11 n.u7 to
35.12V. with the choicest loads selling up
For the week the receipts of hogs have
been quite literal, there being an increase
nv.r last week of about 9.000 head, but as
compared with the same week of last year
there is a decrease 01 aooui zo.uuu neaa
Packers have been bearish all the week at
all of the markets and have succeeded In
breaking the market a little over 30 cents.
This decline carries the market to the
lowest point reached sines March 30. As
compared with a year ago, however, the
market la about 44 cents higher. Represen-
Stock In Sight.
Recelnts Of live stock st the six principal
western markets yesterday:
(..aiue. nogs, oneep,
Sioux City ..
St. Joseph ..j..
00. ror 8.(110 -
29c) No. 4 white, 2 Vic; standard, j
St. Louis ...
.62 : .f
, 43 10
,. '.. 131 ... .
8 . -31
Minneapolis Whent Market. .
Tho range of prices paid In Minneapolis,
as reported by the Edwards-Wood com
pany, 110-ni Board of Trade, was: .
I High. I Low. I CloseJ. Tst'r.
I 94V 96
92 V P24i,
I 81V 81 V4
closed uh:ti riuJdung Uplands,
ril.na. .f.lf -.R lllc. Males. 150 bal
" r, - 1 . 1, . r. T T
rvhjW utl,t-Aj? ra. . - Ajiri 1 .-n.uiiun-
Cotton Mairk'et.'' .'
Tp4RK,.vAprll . 29.-COTXO
auni UU1HI1US. ftl
Sales', 150 bales.
quotations were as fallow's:
Si. mt. 40,
FLOLK t-osy ; winter pi
S4.7otj6.2S; -spring straights.
WHEAT no, 1 spring, smgwx;
spring. 6041910; NO. 2 red, Sbc.
L OttiN no. z, iovvjc; no. z yenow, 4.vc.
OATS No. 2. 28V,c; No. 3 white, 31V43ic:
No. 8 white. 20V31Vc.
RYE NO. Z, lie.
B A RLEY Good feeding, 37fi40c; fair to
choice malting, 44'S47c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax, 31. H; No. 1 north
western, si-to. prime timotny, 2.sa. Clover,
contract grade, 813.50.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, per bbl., S11.S0
(11. 85. Lard, per 100 Kta., 37 05r7 07V. Short
ribs sides iioosei. .i'o.sm. mnori clear
Bides tboxed), S'S TCrflU 87V.
Following were tne receipts and ship
ments ot nour ana grain:
. Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls 15,! 12 uiO
Wheat, bu. 92.0O0 .t
Corn, bu 68. 361, 0
OatS, DU..... IJ.WW 69.4u
Rye, bu l.luo
Barley, Du n.iuu 87.4U0
On the Produce exchange today the -but"
ter market was easy; creameries. 2U(a2c:
dairies, , sy; at tuurk. casus
Evaporated Apples and Dried Prnlts.
NEW TORK. April 29. EVAPORATED
AfPLHiU Maraet continues quiet ana un
changed. Common to nearpy primes are
quoted at 46Vc; prims at S5.30e.40; choice,
lnOVw: funcv. 7c
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
are a little steadier on spot, with quota
tions ranging from 2ie to 674c Apricots
are unchanged. Choice are quotea ioiovc
extra choice. Ho; fancy, liulto. Peaches
m onlet around recent figures. Choice
are quoted at Io4jl0,4c; extra choice at 10V4
ilM.c; fancy at llV?fl2c Raisins show no
fresh feature. Loose muscatel are quoted
at 4V;rS6V,r; seeded raisins at 6Vlioc, and
London layers at si.owji.zv.
Clearing; House Averages.
NEW YORK, Aprli, 29. The statement
of average of the clearing banks of this
citv this week shows:
Loans, S1.6v7,9"2,100, decrease, ' 39,382,800
deuosits. 31.1-10.5:8. Out), decresse, S5.440.0u0
circulation, $H 148.&I0, decrease, 3284. 01 10,
le.nl tenders, SSi.U2.3HO. Increase. S2.2iiO.OUO
speole. 8317,715.100. increase 31.58.200; reserve,
33u3.297,4u0 increase. SJ,aa7,2UU; reserve
quired, S286,6a2.l&0, increase, si.jw.ono; sur
niiia Slo.tkX.i&O increase. S6.217.2: ex
rnlted States deposits, 320,869,950, Increase,
OMAHA. April 29 -Bank clearings today
were Sl.9,5rf.2S. For the corresponding
oay ex uivt inn tjieariujrg n.iiv.us.ri.
No. At. th. Fr. No. AT. go. Pr.
7 tl 40 6 MS 47 ...10 120 I 10
tl M ItO 8 10 II SO 14
44 T U0 I 10 tl) 40 1
49 174 0 t 10 M 241 40 ( 10
tl XX 140 8 1 (7 ITS ... I 10
47 ,tl 40 t 10 44 X4t SO 8 M
75 271 120 I 10 I Ut 1M 6 10
0 m too 1 rr 111 ... it
70 in m r ro h .1m lit lit
IS HI ... I 10 14 ll 44 8 10
74 221 ... 8 10 11 HI ... I 1
tl Ml ... 8 10 4 I0 4 I 1114
I) Ill ... I 10 M 171 ... S U
71 141 40 t 10 Tl tit 100 12
BI til ... t 14 U M4 WO I l!S
II 161 40 t 10 71 Ill ... S It
II .11 40 I 10 60. ...... .144 ... i 11
IT 124 80 i 1 M. 10 I 124
70 Ill ... I 1 TT. ...... .Ml 40 t 11
Tl... Ill 00 I 10 16 141 140 S 11S
II. ,, IW 0 I 10 ! 161 ... 8 11
I 141 (Oil 17 lit M0 I 11
17 141 140 I 10 It 110 ... I 11
17 Jl 40 I 1 44 161 ... (12
M 114 ... S 10 4 IM ... I 11
71 Ut 120 i 10 II Il M I It
4 2j4 ... I 10 44 1 40 I US
14 I ... 110 44 1IT 110 (II
44 161 SO 114 M.., Ml l 111
71 141 110 (10 71. ...... .114 (0 (11
II ...127 H i II 40.. 271 .. ( 11
14 Ill Ml ( 10 It ...Ill W ( 11
64 1S4 ... (10 ' M.. lit ... ( U
TO ..Ml u ( 10 IT 7 ... (11
71 Ill KM ( 1 II 117 40 (It
It 14 tu ( 10 41 Ml 1X1 ( 11
41 t7 ... ( 10 64 in 10 ( IS
1 ia ... ( 10 40 Ill SO 8 II
71 tH ... ( 1 1 144 ... I li
7 ttl 40 ( 10 64 ill tO I li
IT Ml IM ( 1.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET,
Condition ot Trade and Quotation, on
Staple and Fancy Produce.
EGGS Reoelpts. heavy, market, steady
candled stock, 15c.
live poi ltry Hens, lit young
roosters, according to sise, 8riJ9c; old
rnm n n ? florkcvB i4Arinr: nucKH. iin.
RI'TTkR Packlne " stock. 1617o: choice
to rancy dairy, zu3"2zc; creamery, a-we-oc
FRESH FROZEN FISH Fresh trout,
12c: nlckereL 6V4e: nlke. 8V4c: nerch. 7c
blueflsh 11c: whltetfsh. 10c: salmon. 11c
redsnapper, 9c; green halibut, 13c; crappies.
11c; bufiaio, 7c; wnue pass, 11c; nernng, 1
3Vc; Spanish mackerel. 12c; lobsters, boiled,
45c; green. 40e; finnan baddies, 7c; roe shad,
eacn, oc; soaa roe, per pair, euc; irug legs,
per dos., 30c; catfish, 14c.
HAT Prices quoted by Omaha Whole
sale Hay Dealers' association: Choice No.
1 upland, xi.eo; ro. 1. xi.iw; menium, 0.00;
coarse, S6.00. Rye straw, 35.50. These prices
are for hay of good color and quality.
BKAH-rfr ton, sn.&o.
ORANGES Extra fancy Mediterranean
sweets, all alies, S2.7tij3.00: fancy navels,
slses 126, 150. 178. 200, 216, 250, S3.253.6o;
80, 94, ll2, S2.50i2.75; seedlings, all slses.
LEMONS California, extra fancy, 270.
800 and 30 slse. 33.00; fancy, 270, 300 and
360 slse, 82.76:, choice, 240 and 370 sise, 32.26;
8u0 snd 860 size. 32.50.
DATES Per box of 80 lb. Pkgs.. 32.00:
Hallowe'en, in 7Mb. boxes,- per lb., 6c.
FIGS California, per 10-lb, carton, 5rt
85c; imported Smyrna, 4-crown, . lOo; 5-
baim axmab jfer meauim sisea Duncn,
UKAf k; itL 1 1 4-aiiiurniu, per Dox of 54
to 64, 34.00; Florida. K.OOfie.OO.
CALIFORNIA CHERRIES Black, ner
8-lb., box, 31.75; white, per 8-lb. box, 31.50.
STRAWBERRIES Texas, per 24-qt.
APPLES New York Baldwins. SS.OOt Col.
oiado Her Davis, per box. J1.25rJ1.50.
TAiNUHjjtuxMja caiiiornia, per half-box,
32.75. . '
CRANBERRIES Jerseys, per crate, 32.00.
POTATOES Home grown. In sacks, ner
du., sue; vjoioraao, per du., 40c;
toe,, per lb., mte.
TURNIPS-Old. per bu.. 40c:
carrots 01a, per bu., 40c;
PARSNIPS Old, per bu.. 40c.
BEANS Navy, per bu.. 32.00.
WAX BEANS Per Vk-bu.box. 31.00: strlns
Deans, per ,-ou. pox, iuo.
CUCUMBERS-Per don., $1. Rffl 50.
PKAB New. per bu. box. S2.Ou6f2.50.
TOMATOES Florida, ner 6-basket crate.
SPINACH Per bu.. 75C.
ONIONS Colorado yellow or red. oer lb..
2Vo; new southern, per dox., 46c.
CABBAGE Holland seed, per lb., 3c;
California cabbage, In crates, per lb., 2o.
BEETS Old, per bu., 40o; new, per dos.
RADISHES Hot house or southern, tier
LETTUCE Hot house, per dor, 46o; head
lettuce, per dos., 81 (Jural. .
RHUBARB Illinois, per box of 60 lbs..
rARHLHi rir ooi. Duncnes, 460.
ASPARAGUS Home grown. Dei- dos.
CHEESB) Wisconsin twins, full cream.
16c; Wisconsin Yeung America, lc-. block
Swiss, new, 16c: old, 17c; WlscqAsril brick.
toe; Wisconsin nmnurger, loc.
w uti walnuts, no. 1, soft shellii, new
rrop, per lb., lbo; nara shells, per lb., 13c
No. 3. 'soft shelis, per lb 12c; No. X har(
shells, per lb., 12c; pecans, large, per lb.,
12c; email, per lb., 10c; peanuts, per lb., 7c;
roasted peanuts, per lb., 80; Chill walnuts,
per lb., 12il3Vc; almonds, soft shell, per
iu., jic; nara saeii, per id., isci cnestnuts,
per in., izvrui3c; new black walnuts, per
uu., iuvjuu, piivii ua.i R iiic-Kury nuu, per uu..
li.iB, inrge nicKory nuts, per du.. 1.60.
HIDES No. 1 green. 7Vc: No. 3 green.
SVc; No. 1 salted, Vc; No. 3 salted, 7Vi
lso. 1 veal calf, 10c; Na 8 voal calf. 9c
dry salted, 7yl4;, sheep pells, 25ct231.O0;
Market steady. Bo lea, 1,200 bales. tOrdltmry, -r
413-lOej good ordHiary,. c; low minaung,
6c; middling, lc; good mlddltnji, 7 U-16c:-mlddHg
fair, 8 1-lOc. Receipts, 7.80 bales;
stock, lls.nia bales.
t LIVERPOOL, April 29 COTTON Spot
3uiet; price 4 points higher; American mid
line fair'. 4.68d; good middling, .3Cd: mid
dling. 4.20d; low middling, 4.04d; good ordi
nary, 8.86d; ordinary, 8.0d, The sales of
the, day were 7,000 bales, of which 500 were
for speculation and export, and inoluded
6,600 Amerlean. Receipts, 17,000 bales, In
cluding 12,800 American.
ST. LOl'IS, April 29. COTTON Market '
quiet; middling, 7 9-lc. Sales, 85 bales; re
celiits. 400 bales; shipments, 165 bales; stock.
Oils and Rosin.
NEW YORK. April 29. OILS-Cottonseed
oil, barely steady; prime crude, nominal;
yellow, XWtc- Petroleum, quiet; re
fined, New York, 6.95c; Philadelphia and
Baltimore, 6.90o In bulk, 4.00c. Turpentine,
ROSIN Steady; strained, common to
SAVANNAH, U8, April . Oily 'turpen
tine, steady. 57c.
ROSIN Firm; quote ABC, 32.87H; D.
S2.92V4; E, S3.02V4; F. 83.07V; G, 83.12V; H,
33.80; J, 33.40; K. 33.70- M, 33-75; N, 33.70; W
O, W.llo; W W. 4.Ut)r4.1D.
OJL CITY,pa., April 29. tl L credit bal
ances, 31.29; certificates, no bid. . Shipments,
82,385 barrels; average, 75,091 barrels. Runs,
115.781; average, 71,900; shipments, Lima,
55,549; average, 66,316. Runs, Lima, 73,967;
average, 55,484. ' '
SHEEP There was a big run reported
this morning, about 10,000 being on sale.
Must all ut them, however, wsrg billed
NEW TORK. Aurll 29. COFFEE Mar
ket for futures opened steady at an ad
vance of 10 uolnts oi May and S uolnts
higher on other options, in response to
stesdy Surcpfsn caLles. Tbe cluse was
steady at an advance of I points on May
and unchanged on other months. Sales
were reported of 43,i60 nigs. Including Ma
at a.Mmti.&fc'. juiv s.surao r: HetjiemDer.
in-rii.uir- uecemoer, i.bw wr Marcn
7 46c. Huot Rio stesays no. 1. invoice,
ITtc; mild, sttady; Cordova, lvlja,
ruin Office: Fifth aad Robortg Str4)tl
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Stocks, Grain. Provisions
Ship Your Grain, to Us
Branch Office, llO-lll Board of Trade
Uldst.( Omnba, Neb. Telephone 8014.
212-214 Exchange Bldg., South Orrfhha.
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REAL ESTATE! TRANSFERS.
DEEDS filed for record April 28 as fur-
nished by tne Midland uuarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracter, 1614
Farnam street, for The Bee:
A. T. Thompson to D. Olsen and'
wife, lot 6, block 11, Saunder s A
S. Slayton to A. W. Johnson, lot 4,
block . Hillside l.
C. E. Nelson and wffe to 8. Reynolds,
lot 44, Luke A Tempietas 3,100
City of Omaha to Storz Brewing com
pany, strip adjoining lot 8, block ' '
71. City of Omaha , 1
William K. Potter, receiver, to J. J.
Fitzgerald, lot 6, block 10, Albright
Annex '. 34
A. E. Timberman and wife to F. A.
Crook, lot 1, block 15, Waterloo.. 1,500
George W. Hadlock and wife to J. O. - -Jewell,
lot 3, block 12, Oak Chat- ' ' '
ham i "380
Katherine E. Crane to J. O. Jewel). - '
lot 16, block 2, Plalnvlew '- 300
W. R. Paul and wife to O. Reye, lot '
8, block N, Lowe's add 3,300
J. W. Thomas and wife to R. V.
Cole, part lot 11 and 12. block ,'
Summit Place t,$90
F. Prlborsky snd wlfs to R. Krsll- -cek
and wife, lot 28. Oak Hill 31,100
Jessie Johnson and husband to It.
S. Straight, lot 10, block 5, Hans- ' ..
com Plsce .- 8,800
B. B. Burchard and wife to Jessls ,- . .
Johnson, part of block A, Shlnn's
2d add 1,500
Jessie Johnson and husband to W. J,
liermody, same property 1,100
I'nlted States National bunk to F. L. .
Green, part lot 2. block S3, South
M. K. Barlow and wife to F. L.- ""
Oreen, same property ( 1
Julia K. Child, and husband to F.
H. Bubsker, lot 4. block 4, Isabel. .. 2400
M. T. Harlow to F. L. Green, part'
lots 1 and 2, block 33. South Omaha.. 1
F. L. Oreen and wife to F. W.-Tow ,- '
same property 1.100
Helen E. Oray to O. W. Smith, lot
I, block 107, Omaha and other prop-
F. H. Brownlee to Margaret S. Bran
lee, lot 4. block 3, Armstrong' 3d
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