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T1IE OMAHA DAILY 13 KE: TUESDAY. MAKCH (5. 190C.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Weaknew Tnrn to Strength in Later
JULY WHEAT OPTION GAINS ON MAY
' thai Jonf." Fliirn Are Too
I.argew Exportable Corn ftarplna
of Argentina' Cut Do Tra
cts Is Close aroaar.
OMAILV March 6. 1906.
Wheat started weak on liquidation by
longs, and there was a quirk break to fic
for May. The market turned strong then,
though the pricipal buyera were short. The
visible showed a murh imniur itirAU
than waa exacted. There was considerable
comment that the Jones figures at Satur
day on reserves in farmers hands' were loo
laige. Know makes stocks r hii in
fanners hands, March 1, as KtuOyuM
ousneis. July closed on a strong rise nt 'c
above Saturday. May closed be-low Salur-
uay. - ...
Tha corn market ooehed weak In sym
pathy with wheal. Receipts were moderate
and demand fair. There waa a cable from
Argentina to the effect that the estimated
exportable surplus had been cut duwn, ana
this, with the rally In wheat, made a
tinner feeling. -The market rallied and
Closed above Saturday.
Oats opened a trine lower, but the gen
eral market strength which developed car
ried this cereal to V: above Saturday.
1'rltnnry wheat receipts were itti.nOO Iju.
and shipments Itio.uuO bu., against receipts
last year of 789,000 b'l. and shipments of
21H.OO0 bu. Corn rerelnts were illilol hu.
and shipments 3(i.0oo bu., against receipts
ism year 01 Wii.uw nu. anil shipments of
8W.00O bu. Clearances were 24,"jo bu. of
wheat, il.WjO bbls. of flour, 234,000 bu. of
corn. 47.0,0 bu. of oats.
Liverpool closed Va'nd lower on wheat
anil nncnariged to u lower on corn.
World's wheat shipments last week were
10,64.0 bu., against o.8X8.v bu. the week
before. Cc.rn shlDinents were Xliuntlii hu
against 4.2SO.O00 bu. tlie week before. World s
wheat shipments for this week last year
were ll.12h.000 bu. On passage wheat this
i" en.oM.uw nu., last week 4n.7!il.i4l Du. ;
on passage corn this week is 14,ti!A,tiot bu.,
lost week ltj,0f,4.0ii0 bu.
Hroomhall said: "Included In world's
fihlDmeula this week were 3 MX8 000 Hnehals
wheat shipped on orders, against 2,636,000
bushels last week and 2,93,(00 bushels a
year ago. Total wheat taken by conti
nental countries the past week was 4,ti,000
bushels, against 3,8nn,W bushels the pre
vious week and 3,4S,0i0 bushels a year
Tha local range of options:
I Open. High. Low. Close.
-A 74 U
37 Al 37&vl!i 37 A; JTHtR
'. 'f!A) 3S ti JiSA! 3! U
I ! ! 38 H
Omaha Cash gale.
WIIEAT-No. 3 hard, 1 car, i:Vc; 1 car.
tftc; No. 3 spring, 1 car, ilV.
CORN No. I. 3 cars, 354c; No. 4, 1 car, 35c.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. t hard, 71r74Hc; No. 3 hard,
WaT2c; No. 4 hard, 64inic; No. 2 spring,
72Vui4e; No. 3 spring, 0t.(fl71c.
lunn-ni), , o-5c; no, 4 34-ji34Vc; no
grade, Jru32c; No. 3 yellow, 35c; No. 3
OATS-No. 3 mixed, 2Sc; No. 3 white. 28140:
No. 4 white, 2i;i4c.
RYE No. 2. 6tc; No. 3, 53c.
Wlieat. Corn. Oats.
CHICAGO t.nAI AU PROVISIONS
-Features of the Tradlaar and Closlng
Prlcea oa Board of Trade.
' biCHICA?0, .March S -Rumnrs of a possl-
... ... i.ui u.r una a aecrensca esti
mate of the exportable surplus of wheat
In Argentina were the chief factors In
creating a steady tone today In the local
what .market atee a weak- opening.- At
' ?.OB whet ,or May delivery waa off
uf'&L. CrV UP Sc 1'rovlslons were
ltW-iHc higher. Oats were '.c higher
During the first hour of trading prices
declined shsrply and sentiment in the
wheat pit was extremely bearish. Selling
was general, while almut the niv .m,,-.
came from shorts. Weekly statistics were
i. . . in uen, me snipments
being large and the amount of breadstuff
on passage showing un Increase of 32,WO
bushels. The continental markets were nil
lower and Liverpool showed a decline of
Id. Advices claiming that the European
money centers were In a condition of seml
panlo bocauae of a possibility of war be
tween, France and Germany were received
and exerted a powerful influence In steady
ing tha market. Another factor for higher
prices was an estimate from Argentina
showing that the exportable surplus Is
much below previous estimates. It was
also reported that forty-two boatloads of
wheat had been purchased In Now York
for export. The market closed steady with
prices slightly below the final quotations
of Saturday. Clearances of wheat and
flour were equal to 115.000 bushels. The
vlalhle supply Increased 3M.(mu bushels.
Primary receipts were M7.000 bushels com
pared with 739,000 bushels a year ago.
..Minneapolis, Uuluth and Chicago reported
receipts of 531 cars agHlnst 724 cars last
week and 654 cars one year ago.
Early in the day the corn market was
weak In sympathy with wheat and there
was considerable selling on advices from
Argentina that the crop there is expected
1 to yield a larger surplus for export. The
market, however, was well supported bv
shorts and commission houses. During the
last hour an advance of V,e In the prloe
of corn stimulated the demand for options
and the market closed firm with prices at
the highest point of the day. May opened
t-',c to c lower at KHUAftgo to 42He,
sold up to 43Ce and closed st 4ft4t.c.
Local receipts were 275 cars with 7 cars of
The nats market was easy at the open
ing, but later a firmer tone developed on
a fairly active demand by pit traders and
commission houses. An advance of V6V
in the price of cash oats stiffened the
market. The close was firm. May opened
"vnc lower at 29fi29V advanced to
3cHe and closed at the highest point. Lo
cal receipts were 240 cars.
Provisions were strong all day. Prices
of live hogs were higher because of di
minished arrivals, and this fact apparently
held up the entire market. I .oral packers
were active bidders, but offerings wero
' small. At the close May pork was up 171
iiOW at 115.70. Lard was up loo at J7.90.
Ribs were 1741 3c higher at t35.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
If oars; corn, 290 curs; oats, 211 cars; hot;,
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
Articles ! Open.l High.! Low. Close. Yes'y
7M 7t s 7!i4i t
MS, t.'V' 4SViii 4JV
44V 43SI 44V 43
S'V Wtl 30V JO
I 15 55
7 7 fJH( 7 o
I e.'V 7 9L'V ( 00
t L'Vs1 I 06 I 8 l.'V
S 37V (
S 42V 27!
Cssh quotations were as follows:
KLtil'R Dull and weak; winter patents,
fci ."S4.w); winter straights. $3.40 3 70; spring
Jvatents. t3ion3M; spring straights, IXiif
; bakers. I2.2.$3.00.
WHMT-No, i spring. TS-Suc; No. 3,
75V". No. 2 red, T'.jic.
CORN No. 2. IWOWHc; No. 2 yellow, 40"
OATS No. 2. 29V: No. 3 while, 232Vo.
. R V E No. J. Sic.
H VRLEY-Oo.d fee.ling. SttjJTc; fair
to "h.Mo raltlng. 41"r'c
SEi:isNo. 1 Max, tl 07H; No. 1 northwet
ern. tl 1JV ITIme timothy. 3 li. Clover,
cootrai-t grade. I1S.85.
PROVISIONS Mesa xirk. per Mil.. $15
HflS.iiu. Lard, per hw lbs., r7 U. Short r'bs
sides (looe .' $M 2otj.26; short clear sides
The receipts and shipments of flour and
Flour. LI. Is
Corn, bu ...
Oats, hu ...
! 1 lil
si It ....
un the Produce exchaage today the but
XL Tr. V ' I creameries. li
-V: dairies 1WJ2.C. Ebus. steady al mark
raea inUuded. U,c; ttisu. 1; Jri J
SKW YORK GEEItl, MARKRT
NEW YORK. March ft FLOl'R Re
ceipts. U.y.it bbls. ; exports. .2te b'bls; mar
ket essy; Mlnesota patents, 4.a4.6o; Min
nesota bakers, 3 4frt.1.75; winter patents,
13 SUM. ; winter straights. .1.7fi3 So; win
ter extras. 12.7513.26; mltiter low grades.
-6.".'u3.'5. Rye (lour, dull; fair to good,
3.)iftj3 90; choice to fancy. I3.KVU4.3A.
CORN. MEAL Steady; fine white and yel
low, tl 15; coarse, tl.ftf'ijl.OS; klln-drled,
RA RLE Y Dull; feeding, 4Te c. 1. L
Buffalo; malting, 47(ft2c c. I. f. buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, .) bu.: exports,
24. (S3 bu. Spot market steady; No. 2 red,
84c for elevator and 8frc f. o. b. afloat; No.
1 northern Duluth. 8dc f. o. b. afloat. At
the opening wheat broke He below the
previous low point on further heavy un
loading, but reeoverles followed, and the
close, was V,c net higher. The late buying
was on bullish private estimate of farm
reserves, heavy covering, reported lower
cables, reduced estimates of the Argentina
surplus and export sales; Mav. 84Va6 5-lijc,
closed at K6c; July, 4VhV:. closed at
SfiHc; September. 83Vfi4V, closed at S4V.
CORN Receipts. 1M.7J6 bu. : exports, 88.175
bu. Spot market steady; No. 3. 49c for
elevator and 47Hc f. o. b. afloat; No. 2
yellow, 47V; No. white. 4V. Option
market was active and generally firmer
on talk or light receipts, bullish Argentina
news and covering. The close was partly
V4C net higher: May. 4Sij349c, closed nt
4c; July. 49H9Hc. closed at 49c; Sep
tember closed at 50c. "
OATS Receipts, 117,000 hu.; exports. 40,
344 bu. Spot market steadv: mixed, 26 to
33 lbs.. 34V&36C; natural white. 30 to S3 lbs.,
36VU3rie; clipped white. 38 to 40 lbs., 3739c.
FEED Steadv; spring bran. I19.75. March
shipment: middling, 119.75, March shipment.
HAY Steady ; shipping, 45&'S0c;' good to
HOPS Stemlr; state, common to choice,
195, Hftinc; i!M, 9llc; olds, c; Pacific
coast. 1906. 94fl4c; olds. 6ifi7c.
HIDES Quiet; Galveston. 20 and 26 lbs.,
25c; California, 21 and 25 lbs., 21c; Texas
dry. 24 and 30 lbs., 19c.
LEATHER Steadv; acid. 2fiVtfI7He.
PROVISIONS Reef steadv; family. Ill 50
4513.00; mess, $9.001000; beef hams, $20.ova
21.50; packet. HOniillOO: city extra India
mess. $!9Wtf??000. Cut meats iirm; pickled
bellies, 9.(g9 50; pickled shoulders. 17 oMr
7.60; pickled hams. loV,tflHc Lard firm:
middle a-estern prime, ts.5: continent, ts 30
fi.80: compound, $6.0i.37V Pork, firm;
family. I17.nwi7.50; short clear. tl5.O0fffl7.6O;
mess. Ill 2Mi 10.76.
. TALLOW Steady; city, 5c; country, 5
RICE Quiet: domestic, fair to extra, 3V?
6c; Japan nominal.
BVTTER Irregular: street price, extra
creamery, 2743"27V. OfBrln I prices: Cream
ery, common to extra. MtfjZic; state dairy,
common to extra, lW2tic; renovated, com
mon to extra, 121511; western factory,
common to firsts. l.ljjlijHc; western Imita
tion creamery, extras, 21c; western firsts,
CHEESK Steady; state full crenm. small
and large, colored and white, September,
fnncy, 14-il4ic; state, October, best. 1.1 V
lMie; state, late made, small, average best,
12'4c: state largo. 12V: state fair, 11512c.
EGOS Firm ; state. Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white, 3Vfi21c: state
choice, 18h!9c: mixed extra. 17c; western
(lists, IbVJc; western seconds, 13V&15C;
POULTRY Dressed. quiet: western
chickens, 10(6 13e, turkeys, lott21c; fowls,
it. Iala (ieneral Market.
ST. LOUIS, March 6. WHEAT Firm;
No. J red. cash, elevator. 831iWc; track,
89VW2V: May. 77Vsc; Julys 7ii'c; No. 2
CORN Higher- No. 2 cash, 34c; track,
40Vii41c; May, 4oc; July. 41c.
OATS Firm ; No. 2 cash, 30c; track, 30
Sir; May, 30c; July, 2tc; No. 2 white,
' FLOUR Steady: red winter patents. $4.30
(M.SO; extra fancy and straight, t3.90fi4.26;
SEED Tlmothv, steadv: tJ50iat80.
COR NMEAL Steady. 12.25.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track, tiia
HAT 8teady; timothy. $8.00613.50; prairie.
IRON COTTON TIES-$1.02
HEMP TWINE 7Hc.
PROVISIONS-Pork, higher: jobbing,
$16.60. Lard, higher; prime steam, $7.50. Dry
salt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts,
$8.50; clear ribs. $8.75: short clears, IS 87Vj.
Bacon, steady; boxed extra shorts, $9.S7H;
clear ribs. I9.37H: short clear. $9.60.
POULTRY Quiet: chickens. lOftlOHc;
springs, 12Hc; turkeys, lc; ducks, 13c;
BI TTER Firm: creamery. 20829c; dairy,
EGOS Higher: U'Sc case count.
The receipts and chinments of flour and
grain were: Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls....... 11,000 6,000
Wheat, hu 43,nno fifi.ono
Corn, bu 81.000 tSl.flort
Out, bu 142.000 75.ot'0
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. March 5. FLOUR-Firm ;
first patents. $4.1ilfi4.20: second patents. $390
H.oi: first clears, $.1.603.60; second clears,
BRAN In bulk, $13.50ff 13.75.
(Superior quotations for Minneapolis de
livery). The range o orlces, as furnished
by F. D. Day & Co., 110-111 Board of Trade
Artloles.l Open.l Uigh. Low. Close! Safy.
Wheat I I
FHx- I I
July.. I 1.15
1.16 V 1.15V
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard. 78c: No. 1 northern, 76Uc; to arrive,
7V; No. 2 northern. 74lo; to arrive, 74V,c:
No. $ northern, 72fi73c; No. 1 durum, 89V4";
No. 3 durum, 67c Corn: No. 3 yellow,
S."4c; No. 3, Mi Oats: No. 3 white,
2744C; No. 3. 2tK,42tic. R:irlev: Xf,'ui
Be: 64n'gric. Flax: Cash. tl.lOV, Mav.
Kaaaaa City firaln anil Provisions.
Stronger; May, 72Vc; July. 74V,c: Septein
ber, 72'.c. Cash: No. 2 hard. 74VU'77V:
No. t. 721T73HC; No. 2 red. SS'jSSsc; No. 3,
I4j9c' No. 2 spring. 72ifi3o.
CORN Lower; Mav. 3'c: July. 30,r;
September. S9c. Cash: No. i mixed. Vthtc:
No. 2 white, S.sVTWc; No. 8. 38c.
OATS Steady; No. t white. SoVSltyc.
.HAY Steady : choice timothy, $lu.75'u 11.50;
choice prairie, $S.258.76.
RYE Steadv. 5nh5sUc.
EGOS Steady to firm; Missouri and Kan
sas, new No. 2 whltewood cases included
count, lie; cases returned, Ho less
Bl TTER Weak; creamery, 26c; packing,
.... . , Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu W.000 4:t
Corn, bu Xs.'iOO
Outs, bu 14,000 7;ouo
Mllwaakee'liraln Market. ''
MILWAUKEE. March 5 WHEAT Low
er; No. 1 northern. 79'yuHiV; No. 2 north
ern. 7tK8e: May. 73i7snc bid.
RYK-Uiwir; No. 1, t-.'
BA R LEY Dull ; No. 2, 64fi53c; sample
OATS-Steadv: standard. 3iV&31o.
CORN Steady; No. 3, 3.sVa3sc bid: May,
Visible Sapply of Grata.
NEW YORK. March S.-The visible sup
ply of grain Saturday. March a. as com
piled by the New York Produce exchange
was as follows: Wheat, 47.2M.OdO bu.; in
crease. 3l.iu bu., Corn, 1.2O,00O bu ; In
crease. tfM.OiO bu. Oats. 24 4."l.(VO bu. ; de
crease. 32cUO bu. Rve. 2.714.000 bu.; in
crease, 4J.0OO bu. Barley, 4.1&9.UIO bu.; de
crease, 141.0U) bu.
Liverpool (irala Market.
LIVERPOOL. March .-WHEAT-8pot
nominal; ruturea easy; March, 6s 7d: May,
Cs 6Vd: July. 6s 5Sd.
CORN Spot steady: American mixed,
new. 4s: American mixed, old. 4s 7V1: fu
tures nulet; March. 4 d: Mav. 4s ld
HOPS In London (Pacitie coast), steady.
2 l(XKu3 las. y
Philadelphia Prod ace Market.
PHILADELPHIA, March 6.-B UTTER
Firm; extra western creamery. SOc; 'extra
nert'bv prints. 32c.
EOGS Firm; nearby fresh and western
fresh. IV at murk.
CHEESE Steadv : New York full creams'
fancy. 14ml4.c; choice. 13VU13Vc; fair tu
Peoria Grata Market.
PEORIA. March 5. ('ORS-Un ; No
3 yellow. jN.r: No. X S9c; No. 4. SdVc; no
OAT8-teady; No. $ white, iv.c; No. I
WHISKY On the busla of $1 for fin
KTU' VORW UaMk ft ,M,L'L.n ,.
1. . V -.v.r r r.c Mar
ket for futures ntiened s'eadv at tinchanaed
"rh-es to a decline of 5 points the lofcses
being dut to scattered realising. The ur-
k-l I . -t.u.li- .. . . .1 1 .
' v,-., . ... . wiiiiMiigeu. Bales
acre . reported of 22.7.V bnes. ineluilina
llar,h .1 T Vf . T I..T It... f..i.. .. .
nrwrmuTl 9'"t W, le ll 1T. I
l-tuuuy. 7 c. Bpot, steady; No. 7 Rio. I
8 1-U-G. I
ftrts ll'y; extras. 16c
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Share Are Thrown Orer bj Wholesale at
LEADERS DECLINE FOUR TO EIGHT POINTS
Readlna. Hill Hallways. Amerleaa
melting; nad Colorado Fael and
Iron Drop Sharply Bonda
NEW YORK, March S.-A penalty was
paid In today s stock market for some of
the excesses of the past speculation. The
fiaylng of the iienalty must be the more un
palatable as coming In the midst of the
fruition of the expectations on which the
original simulation was based. Incoming
reports from all quarters sustained the eon
virtlon in the unparalelled level of the coun
try's pro-perlty. Nevertheless, stocks were
throwrf over today by wholesale at heavy
sacrifices and at severe speculative losses.
Judged by the enormous shrinkage In market
quotations Indicated by the comparison of
prices touched today with the high prlcea
touched while the speculative excitement
was In force.
The slump of today was a culmination of
the morn gradual declining tendency last
week. The acceleration of the pace In the
later stages of the movement Is not a
novelty in the stock market whether the
movement be either upwards or downwards.
Speculative holdings which have been re
tained through earlier discouragement In
the hope of a turn In the tide and an Im
provement In conditions, become an Increas
ing burden as prices sag downwards. When
selling becomes urgent In character the
quicker decline enhances the difficulties of
belated holders and detracts from the dis
position to buy stocks. Hence it comes that
the later stages of a decline take on an ap
pearance of aggravated weakness. Margins
are wiped out, stop-loss orders uncovered
and the professional bear trader Is always
on the watch to take advantage of the sit
uation and force the decline. The shrink
age In the value of collateral makes the
lenders of money additionally exacting and
prompts refusal of some securities as col
lateral which may have been playing the
largest part In market activity. All of
these factors were at work In today's mar
ket. There was not much news of any
more substantial character to account for
The opening of the week disclosed the
continuance of the factors of depletion of
bank reserves. The sub-treasury continues
to take funds from the New York market
and Interior exchanges Indicate that the
current of the cash movement Is In that di
rection. Foreign exchange also becama
firmer today In spite of a yielding of dis
count rates In London. Rather gloomy pre
dictions were heard of the outlook for an
anthracite strike and the special weakness
of Reading was attributed to this cause.
The continued disturbance In the life In
surance field was given credit for effect on
sentiment, although It had no Immediate
consequences In the stock market. The
liquidation In Amalgamated copper was
supposed to come from Interests concerned
In the settlement of the Montana copper
dispute and cynical discussion was heard
of tho possible auspices of the decline In
this stock market. An advance In the price
of copper, both here and In London, had no
effect on the price of stock. The market In
the latter part of the day showed some evi
dence of the relief afforded by the liquida
tion and the bear traders were inclined to
buy to cover their short contracts. This
caused some recoveries from the day's ex
treme decline which ran to over 8 points In
Reading and between 4U5 points In Amal
gamated Copper, American Smelting. North
ern Pacific, Great Northern preferred, Col
orado Fuel and a few others. Declines
ranged very generally from 1 to 3 points.
The late rally was not well held and the
closing tone waa rather easy.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales par
value. $1,868,000. United States bonds were
Quotations on the New York Stock ex
change were as follows-
tUl. High. Low. Cln.
Ainalsiiuatril Copper ....
Amrlt-sn C. & V
Anitrlon C. & P. ptd
American Cotton Oil
10 2M 50
2(1.900 M KM
Anierlon Cotton Oil pfd
American H. & L. pf4 00
Aniarloan Ire. ecuiitlr tfoo
American Llnaeed Oil 100
American Unwed Oil pM
American Locomotive ....
Amer. Locomotive pfd....
American 8. flr B
American 8. K. ptl
American Sugar Rrnnlng.
Am. Tnnarco pfd ctfa
Anaconda Mining Co
U.tOU lV MM
i.eon m 1st
1I IMS 1"4
T3. 00 Z.
Atlantic Coast Line 400 1M
Baltimore & Ohio ptd.
Prnoklyn Rapid Tranalt
.too loT4 lulos
moo ot4 7IS "w
11.2O0 ldia 17
Central of New Jeraer 400 114
Cheaapcake a Ohio S.tofl M'i
Chicafii a Alton pin
Chicago Great We.tern ...
Chicago AV Nortliwcutern..
Chicago, Mil. HI. Haul.
It. 100 iH its
1H.J.I0 177S lif", 171
Chlnian T. & T
Chicago T. AV T. pfd
C. C. C. a SI. Louie too
Colorado fuel A Iron 4.00
Colorado ac Southern I.7"0
Colorado a Bo. lat pfd 100
Colorado i Bo. 2d pfd Too
corn Producta pfd
Delaware A Hudson
Iwlaware, L. a W
Ilenver a Klo Orande
llenvrf V It lo Orande pfd
ICne lit pfd
trie 2d pfd
International Paper pfd...
14. I'D 1(7
J no 17tt
100 lift 11 11
t.ono iui ir.s, us
International Pump pfd
lnwa Central pfd
Kautaa city Southern too
Kanaaa City Bo. pfd loo
Loulavllle it Naahvllls l.too 144
Manhattan L Io0 1M
Metropolitan Bdcuritlea .... l.&oo
Metropolitan Street Hy
M.uncapolia A St. Loula...
M , St. P. S. I. M
M . St. P. 8. M. pfd..
M . K. eV T , ei-rllbta
M.. K. T. pfd. ei-rlthl
National H. It. of M. pfd..
New York central
New York. O W
Norfolk A; Weelern
Norfolk At Wertem ptd
P . v.. C. it St. Loula
Preaaed Steel Car
Preaaed Steel Car pfd
1.(00 U(4 111 114
t.oo 24'i 13 ' 1144
l.i no i, tm, li
ioo . ts tl li't
400 70 It It
!4.(oO 7114 71 74
201) II M 17U
1.600 AI4 VI t7(4
7u0 42 41 41
14.400 17'4 1SDV,
Pullman 1'alac tar..
Reading lat pfd
Itmdllig Id ptd
100 U 111
....tll.ioo i:t 1W1 12H44
.... MV tlH
. , . . M0 tl
.... 1.7i) 21
Republic Sir. I pad l.foo 103
Hock laland Company 1.1 no !,
koek Island Co. pfd
St. L. 8. r Id pfd too
St. Louia S. W l.too ia.
81 Louis 8. W. pfd 700 ,H
Southern Pacific M.lie koI
Southern Pacific pfd
6oulhern Railway pfd....
Tenueaae Coal at Iron...
Te&as aV Pacific
Toledo. St. L. W
Toledo. St. L. A W. ptd.
t nlon Pacific ,
t limn Paclhc pfd
ioo 1174 117 11714
14. too MS
200 lie) M'
ion 11414 144
111. 100 14M4
1'nited Staiea txpreaa
I u tied States Healty too H
I nitid Statea Rubber.. ..I.. t.44 W
I . f Rubber pfd l.lov 1114
I . 8. Steel Ill too 40
i niiea states steel pf.
Va. -Caroline Chemical .
a. -Caroline Cham. Dfd
1. 400 ItHS 104S
l.tw Its 4eS 4t
Wabuh 1 ton u
Vabah pfd l.auO 41
W.l.a-fargo Bapreta lis) 114
Weatem Lnlon io0 11
Wbeclluf A Lake Krle M
Wiacoualn Central euo tuv
Wivonaln Central pfd Ita) 14Sa
Northern Pad Ho It, too 111
Central Leather I.Mu 4J'4
Central Leather pfd too lot
Sioas-ShelBeld Steel 4. KD 71
Total ealea for the day, 1.47 sot.
LONDON. March 5. Money waa plentl
ful and cheaper In the market today,
owing to Saturday's gold arrivals. Dis
counts, consequently, were easier. Opera
tors on the Block exchunge were princi
pally occupied with arrangements lor the
settlement, but the tone was) cheerful oil
the munelary outlook. There have been
fears of serious trouble In Kaffirs during
the forthcoming settlement, but the piesent
Indications are that the failures, if there
are any, will be unimportant. Consols
eased toward the close. Americans opened
a shade below purity and hardened on local
support. The Improvement disappeared in
the afternoon on Wall street advices, and
stocks closed weak. Foreigners were In
active. In sympathy with Paris, but hard
ened on moderate support. Russians, Jap.
neae and Mexican rails were steady. Kaf
firs were a fraction harder, but the morn
ing business was narrow, dealers being rn
gMged In arranging the settlement. Prices
declined In the afternoon and closed easv.
Japanese Imperial s of ltH were quoted at
PARIS. March fv -Priors on the bourse
today were weak, and the tone was Indeci
sive, owing to the situation at Algeclras.
Toward the close rentes were offered on ru
mors of cabinet dissensions. At the close
prices were wesk. Kusslsn Imperlsl 4s
were quoted at S2 40 and Russian bonds of
l!i4 were quoted at 4M.X
HERLIN. March 5-Tradlng on the
bourse today was dull and disquiet, Ameri
cans were weaker.
New York Moaey Market.
NEW TORK. March .MONEY On call
steady at 44j per cent; ruling rate, 4Vfi5
per cent; closing bid. 3S per cent: offered
at 5 per cent. Time loans, Arm; sixty and
nlnfty days. $HS per cent; six months,
ISfRH per cent.
PttlMIO MERCANTILE PAPER-&et3V.
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm. with
actual business In bankers' bills at HK&Ao'f
4.86HO for demand and at $4 laTOS.If.'TS for
sixty-day dims; posted rates. 14 mvj and
e , coTiinierciiM inns,
81 LV BR Bar, 4So;
B0ND8 Government, stead; railroad. Ir
regular. Closing quotations on bonus today were,
U. g. ret. It.
..101 '.'span la. Id series.. lot
..11S I do 4a ftfs MS
..1M Ho 4Sa rtfl 0'4
.101 L do Id aerlea to
..lots 'L. N. unl 4a 10114
..IMS Man. 0. 1 4a 109
..tao Meilran central 4a.. M
..110S do let Ine US
V. 8. la. 1
V. 8. old 4a.
80 coupon ...
V. 8. new 4s. 1
io coupon . . .
Am. Tobacco 4i
Atchlaon gen. 4
do adj. 4a ...
Atlantic C. L.
Bal. A Ohio 4a
Brk. R. T. e. 4
'Central of Oa.
do lat Inc....
do Id Inc....,
do Id Inc
7s Minn. A St. L. 4s ... Its
..11"S M., K. A T. 4a...
..I0IS, do 1
.. W IN. R. R. of M. 0.
..MS N. Y. C. g isa..
.104 N. J. C. g. la....
.. 13S No. Pacific 4a....
..14 do la
..IMS N A W. c. 4. ...
.. M IO. 8. L. rfdg 4a.
7S Pnn. ronr. ISa..
14 1 Reading gen. 4a..
Chea. A Ohio 4Sa...lOS St
Chicago A A. IS ... MS St.
Li. A I. M. C.
L, A 8. F. fg.
C, B. A Q. n. 4a.... tts.'st L. 8. W. c. 4a.
C. R. I. A p. 4a.... 7 Seaboard A. L. 4a.
do col. it MS Sn. Pacific 4a
CCC. A 8. L. g. 4a. .lobs do lat 4a rtfa....
Colo. lnd. (a. aer. A. 77 Po. Railway aa
do aerlea R.
... T5 Teaaa A P. la
... 7S .. t- L. A W. 4
... 14 lnlon Pacific 4s...
. . .lot I do cony. 4a
...100S V 8. Steel Id la. .
... I7S Wabash la
...loos do deb. R
Colorado Mid. 4e....
Colo. A 80. 4a
D. A R. O. 4a
Dlatlllert' See. Ss...
Erie p. 1. 4a
do gen. 4a
Hooking Val. 4St.
. Ms western Md. 4a
.10 W. A L. E. 4e....
.loos vVle. Central 4e ...
Boston Stocka aaal Bonds.
nvaiun. raarcn . uan loans, Mf per
lime mans, aseo per cent, umclal
quotations on siocks and nonas were:
MS A Hours
Mex. Central 4a....
Boston A Albany...
Boston A Maine....
Boston Elevated ...
Pitch burg pfd
Mexican Central ...
N. Y , N. H. A H..
Amer. Arte. Chest..
Amer. Pneu. Tube. .
Amer. T. A T
.101s Amalgamated .
. 0 American Zint-
. its Atlantic
.21 ( si. A Hecla..
.177 ICentennlal ....
.1(4 ICopper Range .
.140S Ualy West ....
. J3S franklin
.IMS Isle Rnvale ...
. 27 S Mass. Mining .
. B7 Michigan
. 21S Mohawk
.1.14 4, Mont. C. A 1:.
117 jtild Dominion
. 41 S Parrot
.. 1 A
. . o
.. 41 S
. . 'hi
Dominion I. A 8.
10 i Shannon
Rdlaon Elec. Illu 145 .Tamarack
I'nlted She Mach..
. M t'ntted Copper
. 47tj V. a Mining...
.107 f. 8. Oil
. 0 il'tah
. It Vlciorla
. US I Winona
. 71 INorth Butt ...
V. 8. steel
Wetting, common .
Loa don rioataar Rtorka.
LitJiuc)N. March S. Closing quotations
wo .no block excuange were:
Console, money ...
10 1 11 N r. Central 16.)
Baltimore A Ohio.
Canadian Pacific .
Chea. A Ohio
.. ei'S Norfolk A W 7S
... I2S do pfd IIS
.. IIS. Ontario A W 8014
..em-a rennsyivanis 11
..111 Rand Mlnea IS
..i"- itaaaint: at
.. (7 do lat pfd 41
Chicago Ot. W
C. M. A 8t. P....
:iS: do !d pfd ds
-im eoutnern aauway ... it
.. isl d pfd i n
.. 44s;Southern Pacific H74,
Denver A R. 0....
.. 11 Lnlon Pacific 11444
:i uo pin ts
do lat pfd
do Id nfd
.. 714, u. sttel 41S
.. m 1 ao pro illy
..174 Wehash 14
..1 do pfd 51
llllnola Central ...
Louisville A Nash.
M., K. A T
. 3454 Spanish 4a 144
ntllet. ri rvee Atin...
ii -jii 1 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
tor sunn mi s is 1 s-lKfff M ner or,. r-
iiirce monins Dins. Z'Mirz -lti Der cent.
w York Mlnlnar llorka.
NEW YORK. March 6. -Closing auotatlon.
on mining stocks
K.lttle Ctilef ...
Small Hnpea ..
Brunswick Con ..
Con. Cal. A Vs..
Leadvtlle Cos. ..
WASHINGTON. March . Tnrisv. ...
ueiim ui me treasury naiances in the gen
erai runci. exclusive of the SloO.OiW.OCO gold
reserve, shows available cash balance, $13:',-
eoi.oi; goia coin sun million, 7n,4S4.71: gold
certificates, $u2.7S7,2SO. ' "
u.vi.itA, inarcn (.-Bank clearings for
o") "Tin ti.wM.tiB.n anu ror tne corre
sponding date last year $1.84,0T2.1o.
NEW YORK. March 6.-METAIS-The
London tin market broke ahaiplv. with
spot closing at 1A1 16s and futures at
eCloltsrkl. The local market waa weak In
sympathy and closed at $35.35ri86.6 for spot.
Copper was higher In London, closing at
79 15a for spot und at 78 6s for futures.
The local market was also Iirm und higher,
with outside offerings light, and the big
producers firm In their views. Lake is
noted at $lS.37Vm.:3. electrolvtlc, $18,124
frlfttO and casting at $18"ft 18 35. locally
lead was unchanged at $V36t5 45. but de
clined 2s M to 14 in London. Spelter also
was lower In London, closing at 24 15s.
Ixically. however, the market was firm
and a shade higher at II tiVno.Oo. Iron was
lower abroad, with standard foundry clos
ing at 47s lid and Cleveland warrants ul
4ls. The local market was quiet; No. 1
foundry northern. IlK.lCfiiSU'S: No. 2 foun
dry northern. Sn.TVijlS.jo; No. 1 foundry
southern, lis 2Mji8.7i; No. 2 foundry south
ern $17.7Mrl8 i. .
ST. LOIMS. March 5-METALS-Lead.
steady, la.iVfa; spelter, higher, 10. 06.
NEW YORK. March 6 COTTON-Bpot
closed quiet, 10 points lower; middling up
lands. 11. av; middling gulf, 11.45c; sales,
LIVERPOOL. March S.-COTTON-Spot.
good business done; prices i points lower;
American middling, fair, S42d; good mid
dling, lofcd; middling. 9od; low middling.
5.74d;.good ordinary, IKd; ordinary. 5.40d.
The sales of the day were ia.t) hales, of
which 1.000 mere for speculation and export,
and Included 11.500 American. Receipts
were l.0t)o bales, including 13.50) American.
BT. IOFI8, Mo.. March l.-COTTON
Quiet: middling. 10 15-lbc. Sales. 100 bales:
receints. hoi bales; shipments, none; stock
44 400 bales.
NEW ORLEANS. March 5 COTTON
8 pot closed quiet; sales. 4.700 bales. Ordi
nary, 7'c; good ordinary, 8S-I60; low mid
dling. 10 1-lbV; middling. ln;c; good mid
dling. i-16c: middling fair. 11H'
celpts, $.811 bales; stock, 298,578 bales.
Itgar and Molasses.
NEW YORK, March B. 8UOAR Raw.
nuiet; refined, t SSi-si U-ltic: centrtrtiral,
M test, $ 13-$2'g.1 7-loc: molasses sugar,
2 21-S2-&2 ll-16c: refined steadv; No. 1 4.10c;
No. 7, 4 to; No. a. 4c: No . S5c: No. 10,
$lo; No. 11, 885c; No. 12. $0c; No. 13,
1.75c; No. 14, 1.75c; confectioners' A, 4.45c;
mould A, 45c; cut loaf. 5.S0c: crushed.
1.30c; powdered, 4.7Cc; granulated, 4.S0c;
cubes. $4 86.
MOLASSES-Steady; New Orleans open
ke"l. good to pholn. MKftMf.
NEW ORLEANS. March S.-SfOAR-
Flrm: open kettle centrifugal. 3ii3S-lric:
centrifugal white. 3Vd4r
11116c; seconds. 23 l-16c.
MULASStri Open kettle,
SYKCP Nominal. 26j3oc.
Wool Market. .
laONMH)N. March 5.-WOOI-The arrivals
of wool lor Ihe second scries of auction
Bales closed todsy. wltki the following
amounts listed: New York. Wales, 5J.i74
bales; Queensland. V.'i'l; Victoria. 72.071;
Houth Australia, 14.S4; West Australia,
4.76; Tasmania. tV4; New Zealand. It.irj4;
Cape of Uomd Hope and Natal. J7.800. The
total amount available for the sales Is 131
7S bules. as 14.5"o Austnllss and el.)
C" or Oood Hod mni Natal ei (ur
warded to spinners.
ST. LOL'18. March 5. -WOOI, Kteadf
medium grsdes combing and rtothtng. 24tr
2sc; light tine. JIj;;U:, iieaV hne. lfcjaw;
tub-wahd, Ji-rOc .
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Unusually Licht Run of Cattl of All Kindt
HOGS ARE A BIG TEN CENTS HIGHER
Best Sheen anil Lambs Command
tronr Prices, with Kwea K More
Than ateady and 4nallty
ot Receipts ftaata.
SOUTH OMAHA. March S, !.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 2.547 2387 .2t)
Same day last week.... 4,156 7.H67 14.itt
Same day week before.. S.US10 4.4i"il 10. 4
Same three weeks ago.. t.Ui 4.244 J, 102
Same four weeks ago.. 4.3n3 4.i 10.147
Sstne day last year 4.6u 4.9eM 13.JW)
The following table shows the receipts of
rattle, hogs and sheep for the vear to date
at South Omaha, compared with last year:
lUo. 1905 Inc.
171,862 134.2P7 17.iM
Hogs 4S3.366 437.07(1 01
Sheep 27H.5IO 275.M1 $.7
The following shows the number of cars
Of atockera and feeders shipped to the
country Saturday and their points of desti
nation: . . . CATTLE. Cars.
J. M. Holt, Omaha, Neb. U 1
r. r . Hanks, Atkinson. Neb. F. K 3
L. E. Patter, Springfield, Minn M U. 1
Johnson C Story City, la. N. W.... 1
John T. Moss, Silver City, la. Wab 2
William Oettleh, West Side, la. N. W.... 1
H. K. Brown, Horton, Mo. Mo. P I
Will am Oettlrk, West Side. Ia. N. W.. 1
The following will show the price paid
for the different kinds of csttlc on the
South Omaha market:
Oood to choice corn-fed steers. .. .$4 9ofi6.io
Fair to choice corn-fed steers.... 4.i&4.!i
Common to fair corn-fed steers 4.W4.oi)
Oood to choice cows and heifers.. S.6ofy4 V
Fair to good cows and heifers.... S.oi)3k)
Canners and cutters 2tvt)"ls
Good to choice stockcrs and feeders 3 !4 to)
Fair to good stockers and feeders. S-nt-ya )
Common to fair stockers $.0tij3.C0
Hulls, stags, eto 2.6t'ul4 00
Oood Veal calves 6.Ou..50
RANGE OF PRICES.
$2.nm.6.7 $6.17V"t 224
price ot hogs at South Omaha for the lust
several days, with comparisons:
Date. I 1906. 11905. 11904. 1903. 11902. !901. ilW.
4 871 5 051 97! 6 7i 5 221
I 5 12' C 91 1 t 87 6 231 4 84
t t I
5 91 '
6 841 5 311 4 74
5 881 5 83i 4 74
$ 9G t tW 4 70
I 6 321 4 70
6 201 6 841 6 95 1 4 o9
5 S2i 8 8J 6 93 6 381
6 40 93! 6 88! 6 34j 4 65
5 821 6 8iii 6 KM 5 27: 4 87
6 21 6 ls 6 5 2 4 70
S l?,i I H 22! 4 951 4 t
A Ml A 08 8 22 1 4 le'il 4 mi
5 12 7 0:li 6 li 4 !0 4 70
6 04; ( 021 6 191 6 0-1
5 07 7 11 I 5 Oil 4 74
The official number of cars stock brought
In today by each road was:
C. M. A St. P. Ry... 1 2
Mo. Pac. Ry S
l nlon Pacific. System. 21
C. eV N. W. Ry. (east) 8
C. N. W. (west).... 20
C, St. P., M. 0 14
C, R. AV Q. (east).... 3
C, B. & Q. (west).... 18
C. R. I. & P. (east).. 2
Illnois Central S
Chicago Great West. ..
Total receipts 102
Omaha Packing Co.....
Swift and Company......
Cuda.hy Packing Co
Armour A Co
Vansant & Co
Hill ft Son
Huston & Co
4 2.1 1
37 39 2
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
.. 263 5X1 1.33S
. hHU 938 2, Sill
.. 442 512 2,443
.. 277 1,157 1,897
.. 7H '
,. 236 !i22
Hamilton A Rothschild..
L. F. Hnsi
J. B. Root A Co
Bulla A Kline
Total 2.688 3.408 9,291
CATTLE Receipts of cattle this morning
were the lightest for a Monday since the
first of the year, less than lot) cars being
reported in when the market opened It
would look very much its If the storm of
last week, which prevailed over nearly- all
of the tributary territory, had discouraged
With so few cattle In sight and with the
quality not very good on an average, that
Is, with a scarcity of desirable fat beeves,
the trade was lacking 'n features of spe
cial Interest. Buyers were oul In good
season, but tho csltle did not appear to
be the kind that wjuld create min-h en
thusiasm and they were slow In making a
start. When the market did open it was
on the bssis of a little stronger prices than
those which prevailed on Friday of last
week. As the general run of the cattle
was not very g.iotl, aa noted above, sales
did not show up very advantageously on
The market on cows and heifers was In
about the same condition as that on steer.
It was slow in getting started, hut when
once tinder way prices showed some little
strength over last week. In some cases
salesmen who appeared to have Just what a
buyer neeneq 10 nil ins order t houaht that
they secured A fifilOe advance, but It would
hardly do to call the general market that
Stockers and feeder did not show miieh
change from last week. Good feeders were
fully steady and thore was some Innuiry
for that kind. As noted last week too
many light stock cattle on the Pommtinlnh
order have been coming forward and the
market has a surplus of that kind. As a
result light stock tattle are slow to move
at the decline noted last week.
. . . KM
1 Ti '
1 00 1...
. . . . 1047
. . . . I 1J1
.. 4 en
t IK IM
1 ISla 1 71
1 1144 I W
1 lit.) ISO
t lit I td
I u; I M
1 114 I to
1 14ta) 1 It
I UK) I 11
I 1. I II
1 IS4J I 11
II I1U I II
J llee I :
1 ic 11
ai r:..KeJ AND
il lilt 4 U
I OH t (II I SO 5 fl
1 1st I ? tri 1 eo
1 !I5 4 so t m 1 f,
I 14 4 on M 1 71
I ISO 4 nu ion I 7r,
1 100 4 Ml 4 IM I 7:,
I IM 4 (X nt i 71
11 4 00 1 i;n 4 on
I HO 4 no t 1' 1 1x1
I ri 4 et . t i n ti
1 tun 4 no 1 ito I ne
II 170 4 10 1 1.1a c mi
I JW 4 11 1 .1:0 IS
1 t" 4 So T IM I sr,
1 10 4
STOCKERS AND VESPERS.
1 4!W I 00 4 77 1 7f,
1 COM 1 5 I l I 7
I IW 1 Sn 17, 1 7f.
5 I 1 Oil 4 W 1 to
1 710 1 0 ;7 til IK
I I M 1 00 1 5 111
I t"l I on 1 4:.o 4 mi
1 t0 I 00 27 1 4 on
I Mi) t IS I t;u 4 Of
1 170 I SI 1 S!'l 4 in
7 7T I 40 S ' 4 4 In
1 140 1 SO "n Ml 4 in
II I 1 IT 114 4 I.".
21 Ill I tu I Kit 4 11
4 !4'l 1 70 I 7Mi I II,
1 110 I 70 IS til 4 :.
It 140 I 71 4 TV) 4 11
11 411 1 71 "4 741 4 1'.
HOGS Another high record for the year
was made this morning, rnder the Influ
ence of a good local demand and the very
encouraging reports from all other selling
points hogs sola early a big 10c higher I linn
Inst week. The earlv sales were verv
largely IT, SOfei .22',. aa agnlnst ti .11 rati .124
on Saturday. For a few minutes the trade
was quite active nt the advance noted but
by the time half of th.' hogs were sold the
trade slackened tip and became dull ami
easier owing to the fact that some of the
heaviest packers were still oil the bent
side of tho ilal and not disposed to allow
any eharp advances without n etrtiggle.
4 . .
. . .201
. . . I'll
. . . 2WI
:i.i . .
. . 72
I 22 '
1 a: i,
. m: 10
. J ...
SHEKP Offerings this mornlna consisted
very largely of ewes, wi:h only a sprink
ling of old sheep, yearlings and lamlis.
I'he average quality was a long wuvs from
being good. Now anil thru there was a
pretty decent load, hut the nicst of the
stuff on sale was of the kind that bu.ers
generally designate by the word "rotten."
The gnjieval slluttiou uMilc from the
quality of the reicipta wits rather In fav u
of tha selling interests and old sheep and
yearlings sold nt what looked like strong
prices, as high as Ji, belm- paid for a bunch
of the latter. Only a very few lambs were
offered and none of them such as would be
called right choice. The few loads on sale
of the mure desirable kind 4 brought prices
thut looked a Utile hlehr. In fact. In some
eases as much as luc higher tlmn lust week.
1 retry decent xctsiciis sold up to Jl..'ii.
Kwes by reason or the large supplv did
not show any Improvement, but commanded
Just about last week's prices. While the
market was not exactly what might !
called active still there was a fair ileninnil
and the offerings sold reasouablv well, so
that a considerable proportion of the re.
celpts changed hands bv the middle of the
Quotations: Good to choice native lambs.
J6.4iij6.6ii; good to choice western lumln.
Irt.3iifi8.riii; fair to good lambs. rt.iKi'tn;.30: cull
lambs, I4.n0fid.25; good to choice light vear
I ngs, t-1.78i.ti.iaj; g,,od to choice hea y eur
1 ngs, lfi.6irfio.ti5; fair to good heavy venr
llnge, 15.4tXu6.50; good to choice wether,
to. otitis. 60; fair to koimI wetheis. $..2fiit.5l:
good to choice ewes. t4.!1t."i.40; fair to good
ewes. I4.5f-fj4.90; cull sheep und bucks. 13.W
1 western buck
87 western ewes
85 western ewes
427 western ewes
17 western ewes
405 western ewes
49 western ewes
25 western lambs
4rl yearlings and wethers...
573 western In nibs
226 western lambs
4 western htmbs '
218 western lambs
241 Colorado lambs
41 Mexican ewes ...
M Mexican ewes
47 Mestcan ewes
Go cull Mexican em s
5 Colorado bucks
374 Mexican ewes
9.1 Mexican ewes
S75 Mexican ewes
M Mexican ewes
SW Mexican ewes
115 Colorado ewes
lif) Colorado ewes
2.'.2 western lambs
9i3 western lambs
130 3 73
7 4 R0
121 5 !."
111 5 15
97 n lo
Vi'l 5 3')
lufi 5 30
104 5 ri
71 5 75
84 6 IV)
82 0 25
61 6 2.1
IT, 6 1V1
80 H 50
86 6 62
7.1 3 5n
Ml 2 1.0
7 3 75
7i.1 3 7.1
128 4 en
. 82 4 75
X2 4 7.1
M 4 75
VI 4 75
92 4 7.1
93 4 75
1"2 5 00
87 6 2!i
112 6 jo
CHICAGO MVK STOCK MRKKT
Hons Ten lo Fifteen Cents
market lOWl.lc hiirhcr- -.un.
20.000 head :
mon to prime steers, f. 7domI.4u; cows. jLl.lurii
4.W; heifers, ti.iVHS.oi); bulls. 12. 41M1 1.3.1;
caives, (.oo; stockers anil feeders, fits)
HOGS Receipts. :!2,M) head; market Kft
15c higher: choice to prime heuvv. 6.4SW
0.52H: medium to good heuvv. f'c, 3.V(i,i t.y
butcher we ights, trt. lo6 ,12i.j; g,'.od t , ,ol. e
heavy, mixed. t6.3tVi.it. 4.1; packing, $6.01 h
fcllBKP AND LAMRrl-Kceflpt. 18 1,
head; market 10c higher: slici-n. tt.o.Vj, ii.21
yearlings, t6.60,i6.2o; lambs, 'i.21'tt7.10.
Kanaaa City Live Mock Market.
KANSAS CITY, March B.--CATTLK Re
ceipts, ti.Kl) head, incluillinf 7;,.i south
erna; market 6ulfo higher: choice export
arid dressed beef steers, Jo.rBtiS.tu; fair to
good, t4.ltirri1.25; western fed steers, $1 riVri
s.oG; stockers ami feeders. t3.l'i4 S)- south
ern steers. 3 2.i4!i: southern cows, f 2.II1
4.011; native cows. 1L.:.14 i.iii: native heifers
.I.2MM e); hulls. 12. 751(4. hi. calves. n.Oirti,! .-j'
ftDGh-Kecetpts. o.:or: head; market lu,i
l.V higher: top. f..X: bulk of sales. V, 27v
(1.30; Tieavy S.;.27V.i.!.V.: packers. KUVtf
6.i: piers and llgiits, 5.tOtitJ.:5.
SHEKP AND IAMbS-Recelpts, io.OOij
head; market strong to 10c higher; native
lambs, li. UHHX, ; a.ftern fed lambs. S.1
e I'1 F"?. "n,J venrllrea. 1. 7Ciff.:K' ; western
I. ri.rlln"- V-''T-- : western fed sheep.
4.J-o.9u; Mockers and feeders, 12. 235 4. 75.
SI. I.oals Live ftork Market.
ST. IvOtlS. March ft.-CATTLK-Re-Cfclpts,
2.500 head, including 1.0.0 head Tex
ans. market loc higher; native shipping and
export steers. t4r."i8 10; uressi-d beef anil
nitcher steers, $.'l.oiii.OCj; steers under I con
lbs., I.I.KKUI.40; sloi Iters and feeders S" ilr,.
li'2i-.,.;rl!!'''4.''n1 ti"'"'"- --i,l''l.i; earine.s.
II.Kt,n2.60; bulls. t2.4ir4.:j; calves. $2rVi7fx):
Texas and Indian steers, $3.31., 4.711; v,;wi
and heifers, ti.t-iiit.lo. '
ir.nCi0?H"'.''i,)t''' .f" ,,,"'.' niarket lij
15c higher; plirs an.J lights, ti.5oojti.45; pnek-
t?'-'- ,"",',,," ''" "'.
BlIEKP ASP LAMH3-H...eipts. K) h sid
markci higher: native muttons. $4 it, 'U9 .-(!
lambs, ti.-ji. ;5; CU alul ,U( K, ,t.,,,i w:
Blockers. U.2j3. 75. '
Slon City Live Slorli Market.
BIOFX CITY. March S.-tSncclal Tele
gii.m. ) CA IT LK Receipts. 2,7(, h,.ai. ,
market Italic higher: lK-eve, $4 Offi 5 75- I
eoa bulls and mixed. $2.75'd4.tt; stockeis 1
and feders, Uto4.3o; culves and yearlings 1
HOUS-Rereipis, 1.H1 head; maik.l 1 k- '
l'r; KO- liti.iO; bulk Of ralis. '
$n 10111 IB.
BHKEP AND LAMRit !rr. l,.i. iri i.,.j I
t. Joseph Live slock Market.
8T. JOSEPH. March 5. -C.VTTLF.-Re.
celpts, 917 head; market strong to Ik
higher: natives. $4 XV(5.0; Texas arid west
erns. $3.lii'o.40; coat ai.d heifers. $1.C,4 tj
stockers and feeders. .(;: 1 '.0.
HOOS RfCeinta. S.7!ri he trt - r.,oC, W....
higher: light. f'.-Hw i.ii: medium ar-d heavy
$j.lfiti.3.i: bulk of tales. $0 2CCitf.i7i.
1JHKKP AND LAMRM-Reolpts. 414
head; market strong to lu- higher; l-mb-ti.ci.
stuck In flclit.
Receipts of live stork at the
western markets yerlerday:
South Omaha : :i7 '
I1am.11 City ii - .
Kloux Cite Y.S.'I
ft. Joseph 9.7
fl lmlJ .;. it,
Chicago .. ., ,
- 0 1
Unlink train lrL.ei.
Dl-LFTH. Mn-h l-t'HKAT-Tu urv v. :
Nca, 1 northein. 7CV,c ; Nu. 2 northern nr
tn linik: No. 1 noi-.,.rn, 7tai,e- No
nc 1 them 74 V; May. 7;ct; Ju:. ;jv
.OA 4. T" arrive and 01 truck. :!r;
M.iy. :i,c ..
Llula Hniler Market,.
KLtilN. March 5 - PI TTKR - Firm,
Ing toduv at i'T'.tc. s cumpaKd Willi
-ck nm )it,iit f"r ML
tik, 4lit.'"i 'iiit'.l-
tli-it i, t dut mg
omaii v noi.i: i.i; nitivi: i.
Condition of 1'rnde and tlnm minus
taple mill It-net I'rmlni c
l-MGS - Receipts Illu i ll.
I. IN K Ptil l.TKV li. ns ' . ..1,1 in....
crs. ."n . tuikivs. 1'.f: lin. K 11, . so, 11
lonster.. Tul'c; gi esc. Sc.
lKKSSI-:i I'cu'Ll It 1 - Tin kes, l'il '
old loins, 1,V,i8c; . lili ken.-.. mil:..
Iiiostets, To; ducks, l.ul.1. ; gi esc, 1 .'c.
Id ' T 1" Kit liicslng Muk. !,; il,. in
fancy dulty, lMii:v, creiinierx. .1 ..I'-.c.
HAY Prices quoted by tnn.il'11 li'eed cm
puny: No. 1 uphintl, js.0.. ineilium, .'i..'';
course. M Suor ni Je straw , t,
1!R.N Per ton, tl6.Su.
TROPICAL 1'ltl US
I.TK8 Per Imx of .M l-ll.. yk.. I.'.V;
Hallowe en. In 7t'-lli b"Xcs. er lb., lie; ttiv
crs. per lb., -ic; wa Unit stun,), 1 -Its ks.,
l.'tsi per do.; i-lb. boxes, tl.cii.
oRANtiKS-c'ul : r. it'll ui . xtui fancy Re I
In ml navels, nil sir. s. f!.."n'. la'ny ii.im Is,
t.i:iA; choice, nil slxc, M .Ti.
LK?. 14 l.liui'iiiei s. xlvi f.iucv.
size, J.'I.Mi; :4l to Ml sizes. J1.U0.
KKiS t ill 1 : 01 iil:t . per Ih-IIi. carton. Tn'r
85c.; tmport'd Kmyriiu. ttuee-cn r.11. He;
BANANAS- Per 111 ilium sixid bunch, tl .i
ti21S; Juuilios. f.'.'-iii, .t.io
TANciKRINLS-Callfortiin. per box of
about U'S. $;i.(i(i.
Git A Pi: Kit I IT Florida, per Vnix. t7."v
7.60; Ciihfoi nla, ju-r box. l t OH 4..V).
l'EARS Winter Nellls and Mount Vetnun,
At'PI.KS --California Newton, pippins ami
Kttlilw ins, t:.im per 1 .11. box; lien liavis, $i.,'5
pt-r lm. box; 'miai'H. l...'.u per bu. lice;
oilier viiileilcs. t-.to i: per bu.: New Ymk
apples. Ilaldwins anil Itussi t.s, t",l l" i bbl,
URAPKB I 111 I I tcil Aliilagns. .,'rti'iiii.iO.
POTATOKH-lloine grown, per bu.. 5: 'j,
CiK ; frtouth lmlcola, per bu , 75c.
c )N IU. S 1 ionic giow u. ellow und red,
per bu., !ac; ipanlsn. per crate, l.'m., Colo
riuli.. red ami yellow, per l:i., $l.ii.
NA V ltl.ANS -Pel bu.. t.'.tn..
LIMA liKANS-l'er lb.. eVsC.
CAIU4AGK Callloi fia. :c .i r lb; 1 is
const . In crates, j.ei- Hi., c.
I'AhliUlS, i'AL8NII' AM) Tl'UNIPS
I'er bu., N.c.
CKLKR1 Citllfiirnia. .1 per ilcr.
8WEKT !'( I'ATOKS-Kansas, per L'-bu.
N EV V ICGHTA ULKS.
TOMATUKS-KUu ida. pel ciate of ::n lbs.
W AX F.F.ANS -Pcf hainpcr T about ?.
lbs. nei, Sci.
HTHIMI HKANS - Per hainpcr
3" lbs. net, :l.n.rnt to
LtHl Pl.A.S I -I'laiiil i. pet dc.g..
1 1 :.'.
ot ai.i.i.t I" tloz.. 11 ,:C.
-I'loinlit, per h.Hiij'ir
Tl ISMI'M. HKi. IS AND
Louisiana. !" v ilo.. luiiu lice.
SIIAI.U)'!' T.-5 - I.ouislitia, per
HEAD I.HTTl'CK-LoiiiHinnn. per bid..
tl2.co,i ln.00; per dnz. luails. 1I. .,ki2."".
LKAF Lr; 1 Ti CK- llutnousc, per dog.
crcl'MHKRS-llothmisp, HT clog., tl.75.
RAD1SHKM llclhousf, per doz. bunches,
Mi ROOMS- Hothouse, r lb., Ck1n7.ric.
BISKF Ct TS.
No. 1 ribs. i:v; No. I roiinil. 7'.':
No. 2 ribs. . i'v; No. 2 round. ; ,n.
3 ribs, oc; No. .1 round. li'Cje; Nu. 1 loin,
lSVic; No. 2 loin. l:ic; No. ;i loin, be: No. 1
plate, 4Vac; No. 2 plate. Ic; No. 3 phite, :!c;
No. I cnuck. .i'sic; No. 2 chuck, 1c; No. i
ClI'LH Per kci;. 7.1 ; per bid., Jii.7o.
HuMiV-New, per 2-1 lbs.. W..10 .
I'llKtSli-w iss, new, 1 lie; Wisconsin
brick, lie; iscoii.-iln linibi 1 m r, lie; twins,
15c; Young Americas, li;c.
N FT? W'uliuits, No. 1 soft shells, new
crop, per lb., lnvc; hard shells, jur lb.,
loVc. l'cc.cns, lame, per lb., lie; small,
per lb., 12c. I'eunuis, per Jb., ti'.KC; roasted,
per lb., nc. Chill walnuts.' per lb., 12'u i.;iac
Almonds, soil sliell.s, per II)., lie; liuid
hliells, H-r lb., loe. Cocoa nuts, t4.20 p.-r
rack of t).
FRFrfH FISH Trout. 11c; halibut, PK-;
pickerel, dressed, ic; white liass. lie; run
iish, ti'jt'.'C; perch, skinned and dressed, Sc;
pike, ic: reilHliaiiier, 11c; salmon, lie;
erapples, Cfj'.tc; eels, lie; black buss, l.'c;
whltellsh, lie; 1'iog leys, per tins., 5.1c;
iobslers, y.ieei), 3:!t ; boiled lobslers. SVc;
bluetlsli. 1.1c; herring, Ic; fnanisli nucckeiei,
liic; haddoc k, I'c; slu lin, 41.00fei.iu per
gallon; smells, 12c; cod, 12c.
OYSTliRB Fresh titaiiilanl, $1 40 per gal.;
shell oyslers. tl.ueti2.li0 jar 100; Lllilo Neck
eiiiins, 11.50 per lt.
SI'OAR-Oianulateil cane, In bbls., t.l.fsj;
granulated eutie. ill sacl.s. $5.01; granuluied
beet, in tacks, tt.'Jl: .,
Siltl 1' in barrels.-21c per gal.; cites, U
ln-ll. cans, ll in,; eases, 11 i-lb. cans, $2. SO;
eases, 21 IS-lii. en nr. Sl.iK).
I'ul'FKK ltoasit d : No. fi.1, LT.c per lb.;
No. :i, I'.'se per In.; No. lsi,i.. per io. ;
No. 2D. I:ilc pi r lb.; No. 21. ;2'jc per lb.
Fl.ol'U twholealcl-He.si luc-!i gi-aih Ne
braska, pel uwt., $2; bos I high fci.ule patent
.Mli.nesiiia, pet int.. 12.Ji.; iti.tlxlil paleni
Nebraska, per ill., $2; s mil patent Xi-
CFRKU FISli 1-iiiiiily whltellsh. fier 'a
bbi., bu) lbs.. l. So; Norway mm ken !. p(Y
bid., 210 lbs., bloaleis. u; Sn. 1, ..v; No. 2.
ji; No. S, tic; lrlstl No. 2. $J7. II. rrli.g. in
bbls., 210 lbs. eneli. NorwBT. 4k. JIJ; Nor
way, :tk. t!3: Hollai.J, iniKiil. tlli". 1 i . j 1 -
lallil llel'lillK, ill h'gS. 11'IUel:,, NIL, kefcS,
UROO.MS No. 1 ciiipet. :j.25; No. 2 cur
Pet. U.H1: No. ; lilain, t;;.2.1.
! CANN Kl OOOLiri (.1.111. sland.ird west-
c-rn, ill-'iiiiii' : Niaine. $l.:.'.-ii-- 'lliiu-iioi s, 3-II1,
, cans, fl.2i"il.ji; -lb., '.O'ji-SI. Pineiippli-.s,
griiloil. 2-lb.. $..c.i'ii 2.W; aliced. Jl !i.ii ..-.;
i;;iilou apples, fancy. 1 'a ht'iii tiia it j,i-i-
I eols, $l.4iei2.io; p.iu-fc. $.75'n ::.i 1; pvaeiie...,
fancy, $l.'iC4i2.o; 11. C in .e-li. a, 1:.ii.i.i-...",i.,
i Alaska siilinon. led. tl.il; iink, !ie; funcv
Cbinotik. F., t'i.l'i; 1 incv s-a-keye. I-'.. l '..';
I nafilines. '...-oil, $2. 5a; 14-musiaids. 'J. ;,(".(.
3.1U. pweet polatoes. M.l.it.2.; satlel Kl .1 11 : ,
i; UMIilvll;f. Hie.i.r wax hc'lllM. 2-lb.. Tim,
IVJe; Lima beuim, 2-lo., 7u'i'J i-'u 1 1.3.1; spinacli,
vl...il 2.1 li; 4-iie.-l as, 2-II1.. M-c, ixlia. i.n.
'; 1 nicy, 11. t.'i l.'.j.
lllDKrt. PFI.TS AND TALLOW-No. 1
green hides. !''jc; No. 2. S',,o; .No. 1 sali.-.l,
ll"4e. No. 2, lO'ic; bull hides, s-c'.ie; ihv
hides. Ii''i 2uc. lloi-Me hides, lai ne. t :.."'";
email, 12. 10. Sheep pel is, inch, no '.i-l
TulliiW, No. 1,. 4-tc; No. 2, ?ic; muiii, l'.e.
nils 11 ml Itosln.
YORK. .Much 1. 1 ) 1 1, ( o. i on si- il
prime enule, f. . b. tnllls. 21' :
1 oil linn
I inline yellow, :i2tti. 2 '-..'-. pel i.il.-.im siiady:
! letined. New Yol k. 7.ftl; l'liil:t.l. li,a rflel
Haitian. re. t7.il; Philudi Iphia anil II ill i'li.e e
In bulk. Si.c. Turin nt in. ouiei. ;i,.ot2e.
ROSIN Culel ; suuincil, con iinm lo good,
II, $1.21; 1. 11.1.1;
Y . (.., $8.10; W.
OIL CITY. 1
March 5. )l L Tui in ntiiio
A. II, C. I ).
li. $41 "
K. $.1.2u; M.
a.. .March . 1 )l L Credit
lilinienls. ..ii.iilu IiIiIm.; in-.
crage. 5K,Mi7 bbls.
eritge, lil. 214 bills.;
bbls.; uvi-iiiK'-. .'.!',;
SSitf bbls.; uvcruge.
runs. II, 1. ml b. Is. ; 1
shlpnieiils, Lima. (,7
"7 bbls.; runs, Lima.
Kvnpnrntrd Apples unil Pried I'm lie.
NEW YORK, March 6.-KVA p( iRATKU
APPLKS .Market iiilet. but piles eie
nrmiy nem. c oniiiinu to lair
ire iiuoted at
fill Kl R'l'ld
good tl'.cli. M.w'ii:.i,c;
H'iiotic; prime" ny.e;
Toledo heed llitrki-l.
IYiI F.DO, Murtdtu. SI-:i".l)S -I'h. vi 1 : Cadi
Hi-.d Mnreh, $N 22'; (li tolii r. i! In. Tlniotliy,
$1.80; alslke, $x.2 .
iii'.ti. i;i4Tii: tiunhkiiv
Deeds tiled rot record M uch 4, )!i f, nt
fi inlshcil by the J. Fr.-d Knr t'o homled
lilif traeieis. i; s ,'w- York Life buil iing:
Ji hn L. Church and v.i' - to .lolui ('.
Kimball, lot 1. i.-nw-'snn's ,i,l .... $i,-,
Flunk J li rsnv.s to Anna ri. I'isc,
ninth 5) feet lots 11 and 11. block I,
Jitt.-r sudd to Sun' Oiiiim.. 1,0.)
Jnmes H, llalpins and wife In C'.nicii
giitlon of Uni' l 1 1 11c. 1 . !-t 1. block
7. eub. of J. I. H' cllck s add...
Fdna C' Walworth to C1141 lea If Mul
li.T. soutil -U fett lot 3 anj ,ii,itii 2
fet lot 4. blcc-k 3. Hind i; itld-i 1 0
Emese Sweet to Kdlth 1. Pa f tfci sun.
lot 5. Kin-st .Swe. i s HJ,1 l,7-
C. I L Fckery ami wife to F.li It Ne il-
l.i"-n, li,;s 1
I'.i'rlt k s
Isclier and wife
101 21, re-plat
o Frank A
I'l' LI:-' k .
He 1 l-i imrk
CI ilKilaii lfotli n'lil nil" I
eningi. lots 1. ' 7 and
8 'ling's u.l.l t" Clklioi 11
KmIIhu iiii M Win il'.voi 1 1
l allil lo J.-n-ih- li 1'. .nil-,
9. I'J. igh ton H-iJI.is...,
Lewis II olil Mill w 1;
. i-.'t-i r.ifjc-
!. 0 lock -7.
i . li.l li.: - .
lm 11. b! 1 k
F- Du Day Cl Go."
1)4 tiers la . J
Mitckv iiruin. I'rovir.ioni
skill lour (.raia it la.
tlruorli 11 nice, llu-lll fcaard of IrsU
Pldat.. Ilacaba. Aeiu 1 rlephone 8A14,
HU 'Phone 214
Bldg. South Omaha,
luueiendcul i'tiong a.
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