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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. MARCH 20, lflOt?.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET I
tor market w steady; creameries. 1J2K4e:
dlr)r. lSflTSe Kk. steady; at mark,
raees Included, 134c; firsts. 134'-; prime
firsts, 14V; extras. 18c. Cheese, steady,
DEFERRED FUTURES ON DOWN GRADE
Heportg t bond latadltloaa for Record
, Winter Crop ash torn Irorrn
(nod Advance aad Op
Hons Arc Strong.
OMAHA. Mutch 19, ISmi.
The wheat market started atrong and 4d
4c higher unlr the Influence of nigitcr
cables, but Bonn eased tiff 4C unaer prollt
taking. A ilecreHHe of 41t,uO busheis m
the visible was considered a bullied tealute,
Klnco general predictions were lor an in
crease of oMi.tiuj husnci. Thla together wltti
reported Improvement In the cash
situation, caused a firmness and the loss
was regained. Advlrea from southern
Kansas and Oklahoma said conditions wure
favorable for a record crop of winter whtai.
May closed unchanged and deferred tea
lurea were weak.
Cablet were 4'4d higher on corn and
recelpta were amah. Cash corn scored an
advance of 4c under strong demand, ami
started an advance In futures, tlevaior
interests were the Iwst sellers at the ad
vance. They said their reports from the
conutry Indicated a freer movement In the
Oats wer strong. The close was 4c
higher, almost at the lop.
Liverpool closed 4-ft4d higher on wheat
hnd VflWd higher on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 671,0"0 bit.
find shipments lt;2.fsjo bu., agHlnst receipts
lust year of 8ot,fJnO hu. and shipments of
242.000 bu. Corn receipts were 431.000 bu.
and shipments of gk.t4t bu., against re
ceipts last year of 1.239,000 hu. and ship
ments of SOP.fiu bo. Clearances were 184,tm0
bu. wheat. 13.118 bbla. Hour, 978,ni) bu. corn
and 870,oiio bu. oats.
Broomhall cabled: "The strike at Rosario
has been nettled. Harvesting of corn In
Santa Fe has been delayed owing to lack
World's shipments of wheat were 9,7J4.W
bu. and of corn i,lS4.0u bu. The visible
showed a decrease of 42ti,t.) bu. wheat,
against a decrease of 1.151. Out) bu. Inst year,
t'orn decreased 9s7,ne hu. and oats de
creased 72.Ks bu. Wheat on passage in
creased 1,728,000 bu. and corn decreased
Interior Illinois points reported liberal
sales cash corn to go to Cincinnati and In
rianapolls, buyers paying 42c track at eio
valor. Chicago exporters said Manitoba wheat
was strong, but they closed nothing for ex-
fort thla morning". They aav Winnipeg
mldera are unsually firm In their views
and are holding tlpht. Duluth reported big
aales of durum thin morning for export.
Tha local range of options:
quotations of the Day oa
NEW YORK. March 19.-FLOUR-R"-ee.pts.
T.H hols : export. 6.714 bbls.; ma"
ket Arm hut quiet; Minnesota patents.
M AH fto; Minnesota bakera, 13.4063.76; win
ter patents. .1.iif;4.3l; winter straights,
W7fi3sO; winter extras, 12.753.28; winter
low grades. 12 HrVfia an. Rve floor steady;
fair to good. 13 o4i3.9n; choice to fancy, I
t3 9rVr4 2o.
t'UKNHEAl-Firm: fine white and yel
low, 11.13; coarse, llu.1ftl.06; kiln dried.
t2 t5fi 2 75
I1ARLKY Dull : feeding. 404o. r. I. f. Buf
falo; malting. 4'?i5c, c. I. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts. 46.0O0 bu.; export ,
4n.(f! hu.; spot, steady; No. 2 red. 343
elevator; No. 1 red. 874c f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 northern. Duluth. K84 f. o. b. anoat.
The early wheat market showed decld -d
strength and considerable advance, base-i
on higher cables, light Argentina offerings
and moderate world e shipments. At noon
bulls were helped by the visible supply, de
crease and small receipts, but In trying
to unload later caused a sharp decline, t'.vi
close showing 4c to Sc net loss. May,
KHiWo, closed at S54c; July, M'iiM'v
closed M'c; September, ciosou
CukS-Receipts. 10S.2) bu.: exports. 241.-
871 bu.; spot market firm; No. 2, 624c ele
vator and 49o f. o. h. afloat: No. 2 yellow
and No. 2 white, 50c. Option market had
a higher opening and subsequent further
advance on Arm cables, the wheat uptit'oi
and covering, hut In the afternoon eased
slightly with wheat, closing 4'a4c nt
higher: May. 5044ii4c. closed at ftSc;
Ji;ly, 5titi'U'"4c, closed at 60c; September
closed at rW,c; December closed at 494c
OATB Reoelpta, S7.0n0 bu.; exports, s,7&
bu.; spot tusrket firm; mixed oats. 2 to
32 pounds, 3.Va'3T,4c; natural while, 80 to 33
rounds. .V.fiioc; clipped white, J8 to 40
HAY Steady; shipping, 4tcj0c; good to
tato common to choice,
74i!tc; old, 5ji7c. I'aclflo
14, WilOc; olds. Kiac.
Galveston, IV to i lbs.,
1 to -j ll., Jl.; Texan
I Open. Hlgli.l Low. Cloaa.
A asked. H bid.
Omaha Cash Sales.
WHEAT No. I hard. 1 car. 70Vc.
Omaha Caah I'rlees.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 71'1i74Hc; No. i
hard, iMiilZc; No. 4 hard, 6J'ti7o; No. :
spring, 7k?iT-'V4j-; No. 3 spring. B6'a71c.
COHN No. 3. 3Mi:M4c; No. 4, M'aic
no erradc, 3;i'&.tSe; No. 3 yellow, 3V.c; No
3 white, 391.4'uJSuc.
OATS No. 3 mixed, '.HHe; No. 3 white,
smja'nc; inc. 4 white, avu-c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats
( hlcag-) o
Kansas City ..... 13
8t. Louis 1'4
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market is Easy and Price Yield Decisirely
Under Slight Offerings.
SPECULATORS ARE BECOMING CAUTIOUS
rerslatent Drop la Valaea la Fae
of Karoaraglna; Sewa la Alarm
gold coin and bunion, tT7.WH.171; gold certlfN
rates, 44.Cf.UO. ' .
NEW YORK. March 1.-The sprinkling
of liquidation which came upon the stock
market today served to lift the trading
out of the lifeless condition Into which It
had suna last week. The growth In the
volume of transactions, however, was
slight and the most Impressive fact about
the market was the easy way In 'Whlcn
prices vlelded under offerings that were
comparatively Insignificant In volume. No
attempt was apparent to sustain prices at
anv stage of the selling and professional
operators Interested In having the level of
values maintained were led to the discour
aging conclusion that the market waa with
out organised protection. There waa no
Important development to explain the flla
poslilon to sell beyond the cumulative ef
fect of the stagnant demand which became
more and more marked laat week. Mon-
dav morning s oneratlona on the Stock ex
chanre are likely always to reflect
weeklv readlustment of position on
present alass of operators who
their efforts from a station
16. llilHc; 14.
coast, l6. Xfil3c;
HIDKS Steady ;
dr. to lbs..
CHICAGO 4.HAI AMU PROVISIONS
l-'eatarea of the Trading and Cloalagr
Prloea on Hoard of Trade.
CHICAGO, March 19. Snow In the south
west had a weakening effect today on the
local wheat market, but a lively demand
for the cash article held the May option
comparatively steady. At the close the
May delivery was unchanged from the
final quotations of Saturday. Corn was up
'4&HC. while oats showed a gain of He
Provisions were IS to 20c higher.
The wheat market opened strong, with
prices of all options showing moderate
gains. Initial quotations on May were H to
o higher, at 78 to 71o. Within the flrat
: few minutes t reached "SHSVic on ac
tive demand from shorts and commission
houses, based chiefly on an advance of A
at Liverpool. At the end of the first half
hour, however, the market showed algna of
Max declined In sympathy, with July go
ing down, to 7KSc The extremely favor
ahle weather for fall-sown wheat In tha
southwest caused the hulk of sales. As the
session advanced the July option continued
to decline, until the price was almost lq
below the cloalng quotation of Saturday.
At the same time, however. May held
steady on a fairly active demand by com
mission' houses, based on the strength of
cash wheat at Minneapolis and Kansaa City,
At the close the May option was steady,
but future deliveries were easy. Final quo
tations on Mav were at 7S74,c. July opened
at 784iS7SHc. Bold off to 77c and closed
with a net loss of ViuWc. at 78c. Clearances
of wheat and flour were equal to 342.500
bushels. The amount on passage Increased
1.728.00ft bushels, while the visible supply
decreased 42!t.0t bushels. Primary receipts
were 571,000 bushels, against ftOn.oiXP hushela
for the corresponding day one year ago.
Minneapolis. Duluth and Chicasro reported
recelpta of R23 cars, against 67S cars laat
week and u7 cars a year ago.
Corn was atrong throughout the day.
There waa extensive covering by shorts,
and also active buying by commission
houses and cash Interests. An advance of
Vfcc In the price of cash corn, firm cables
and unfavorable weather for the movement
of the crop were the chief Influences for
higher prices. The market closed firm.
My opened '1iV,c to V.ScVo higher, at 44C(f
44V. "Old between 45'i44Vc. and closed
at 44V. liOcal recelpta were 171 cars, with
8 of contract grade.
ats were in active demand by shorts,
and the market was firm all day. Offer
ings were light and came largely from
small holders. May 0eiied Vc to n
higher, tit ?7o to 30r. advanced to S0V4C and
(loxed.'at 3tic. Local recelpta were 180
Notwithstanding a atfilOe decline in the
price oi live hogn. the provisions market
was firm and trading waa active. There
was a strong Investment demand for all
products and excellent Inquiry for lard and
meats, while local packer were liberal our.
chasers of lard and rltin At the close May
pork was up 17V. at 1S Lsrd was i(t
hltrher, at eS l7H- Hlbs advanced ISc, to
Kslimated receipts for tomorrow are:
Wheat, ". cars: ccrn." Shi cars; oats, 221
cars; hogs, Ji.lMl head.
The leading futurea ranged as followa:
LEATHER Steadv : acid. 2Kiyt27V.
PROVISIONS Heef. steady; lainlly, IIO.'O
fVll.Ou; mess, VH -Hi Ui.00; beef hams, 2u.uu4i
21. do; packet, ilO.own 13.00; city extra India
mess. .$18 soft 19.cn. Cut meats, firm; pickled
bellies, l-t.OimlO io; pickled shoulders, 7.io'(j
7. So; pickled hams, tlfl.2S4rlO.50. Laid, firmer,
western prime, bt.lmhe.lo; retlned. strong;
continent, $8. do; South America, 19.10; com
pound, t.VW(f.il. Pork. Arm; family,
117.50; short clear, 15.7aU'li'.7i; mess, lib l
'I ALLOW-Steady: city, Gc; country. i'U
RICK Quiet; domestic, fair to extra,
3','uv; Jattn nominal
U UTTER Irregular: street prices, extra
creamery, 27th Z7V- Official prices: cream
ery, common to extra, li'Aiic; held com
mon to extra, loiic: state dairy, common
to extra, lB'q2tc; renovated common to
extra, li'jmv; w-eetern factory, common
to llrstn, I3fulic; western Imitation cream
ery extras, :lc; western firsts, 17c.
CHEESE Firm; state full cream, small
and large, colored and white fancy, 144
14V; stain, good to prime, 13t13c; state,
common to fair, lll.lc.
i(18 Strong; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy aelected white. 21a2ic; state,
choice, innate; state, mixed extra, 174f
17V; western firsts, liic; western seconds,
15V; southerns, llfolUc.
PO(LTK Dressed, firm: western chick
ens, 10&'13c; turkey, 14sal!tc; fowls, Uiill1?.
at. I.onla (General Market.
ST. LOCIS, March 19 WHEAT-Futures
lower; cash Arm: No. 2 red cash elevator,
KMioflk-; track, vh<te; May, itiUu: iuly, 75c;
No. 2 hard, TfiH'iiMc.
CORN-Hlgher; No. 2 cash, 4142c;
track, 44V; May, 41'iG4ic: July, 42H4'c.
OATS Higher; No. 2 cash, 'V; track,
31Vu3ic; May. 30'ijc; July, atT-DV; No. 2
FLOCR Steady; red winter patents, ft.li
Q4.25; extra fancy and straight, 13.7044.00;
SEED Timothy, steadv, $2.&0S2.80.
CORN MEAL Steady, $2.20.
bRAN Steady ; sacaed. east track. 85o.
HAY Steady; timothy, i6.0offll4.uo: prairie.
IRON COTTON TIKS41.02.
PROVISIONS Fork, higher: Jobltlng. S18.
Iarti. ' higher; prime steam. 17.70. Dry aalt
meats, higher; boxed extra short, $8.76;
clear riba, $8.8?t4; short clears. $9. Bacon,
steady; boxed extra shorts,. $0.50; clear ribs,
$9.2A; short clear, $9.75.
POULTRY Firm; chickens.- 10c; prlng,
12Hc; turkeys. 16c; ducks. 13c; geese. 7V-
B UTTER Firm; creamery, 204i28c; dairy,
EGOS Steady, 12Hc case count.
Flour, DDia lii.tmo
Wheat, bu 24.0UO
Corn, bu M.umt
Oats. . hu , 8.0aj
fmm vti street than the average com
mission house contingent. Orders from this
class of customer swelled the list of sell
ing operations today and the resulting de
cline in nrlces seemed to aggravate the
News of general conditions continued very
encouraging and authorities In different
trades protest with a degree of empharla
that prospects continue brilliant for sus
tained prosperity. But the reports of tills
character do not entirely offset the fact of
the lull In the demand f if Iron for future de
livery pending the defining of future re
quirements. A tendency toward contrac
tion In the volume of bank clearing In
the principal reserve cities also constitutes
a note of warning of a lull In business
activity. The persistent droop In prices
of securities la regarded In Itself as some
what ominous and as a possible herald
of less hopeful promise in the better pros
pect as viewed by Influential and well In
formed Interests whose operations are likoly
to shape the course of the stock market.
The deposition of the spokesman for the
soft coal operators wa taken a Indicating
dissatisfaction with the pollcv of conces
sion to the miners and aa increasing the
danger of a rupture of relation and a
strike. The stormy weather waa against
the operating efficiency of the railroads,
but the reported advantage to the wlntet
wheat crop of the snow covering was an
offsetting influence. Money was aomewhnt
easier In thla market today and discount
yielded In London In spite of the fact that
the final Installment of subscription to the
last Japanese loan falling due tomorrow
will make larger requirements on the Paris.
Inndon and New York markets. Foreign
exchange here yielded, but recovered before
the close. A rather feeble rallying ten
dency In the last hour of the market gave
way to- renewed decline and the market
closed weak at the lowest. Reports of
an important mercantile failure in Russia
Intensified the lata weakness.
Bonds were heavy. Total sale, par value,
$1,925,000. Cnlted States new 4s advanced
4 per cent on call.
The following are the quotations on the
New York Stock exchange:
Saw York Moaey Market.
"NEW YORK. March 19 MONK Y On call,
firm; highest, iV per cent; lowest, i per
oent: ruling rate, uiii per cent; last loan.
4 per cent; closing bid, 4 per cent; offered
at 4H per cent; time loans, steady; sixty
and ninety days. SV per cent; six months.
6QfS Pr Cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE P A PE R-6-& .V4j
8TERLINO EXCHANGE-Easy, closing
firmer, with actual business In bankers'
bills at $4s6Mi4.W7B for demand and at
$4 8 MO ICs for sixty-day bills; posted
rates. $4 tuv and I4.S6VO'4 ; commercial
bills, $4 KHiRteV
SILVER liar, fine; Mexican dollar. 60c.
BONDS Oovernment, firm; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
t . a. ref. la. m ...IMV.Jspin . wiet.
no coupon ie 4o 4 etr.
V. t. r I0! i 4W "
4ft coupon 1MV dft 14 serten
V. g. ol4 4. rf fit.L a N. unl. 4. ...
4n roupoa liMVMon. I 4i
V. . new 4. ri... HI i 1st Inr
ss coupon in I'Mlsn. St. L. 4
Am. entree 4 7S'4 .. K, . 4s
do to .-llSl do 2
Atrhlpon gon. 4a...
do adj. 4a
At last Ic C L 4a..
Bal. V Ohio 4a
Bra:. R. T. c. 4a...
Central of Oa. ia. .
de lat Inc
do id Inc
do td Inc
Chaa. A Ohio tS.
Chlraio A. ISi.
C, B. a Q. n 4t.
C, R. I. P. ..
do coi. hi
err. 8t. 1 g. t
rolo. lad. 6a, aer,
do acrica B
Colorado Mid. 4a...
Colo, tc So. 4a
D. a R. O 4a
DIMIIIera' Sec. a. .
Krla p. I. 4a
do sen. 4a
Ho, km Val. 4Ht.
..UH IN. R. R. of M. c.
... tC4 X. V. C. f
... HS N J r. g. Ka
...1M4 Ni. Pacific 4a
... M I An
... W. c 4t
...Ill i.'. . L. rfdg 4a...
. .. tH Pcnn m. Jwa...
... srW Reading gen. 4a ...
... ;.. At. L. at I. M c. I
...1MVSI. I.. F. f.
'HI. L. s. w. c. 4a
. . n
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Slow, with Prices
.lonVSeahoard A. L. 4a W"
, v',,So. Pacific 4t MV
. V)k do lat 4a ctfn Poh,
.1IH4 do. Ralllrar (a MM',
.. t4 .
Texaa a P ta
,T.. t. I.. A W.
tnlun Pacific 4a..
do ennv. 4a....
I'. H. Steel Id 5a
do deb. n
"Western Md. 4a..
. t lW. aV I. K. 4..
.liwvWls. Central 4a..
HOGS SELLING TWO AND A HALF LOWER
Urge Raa of Sheep aad l.anibs, nllh
Trade lotv aad Dall and
(ienerally Ten ta KIN
- teen t eats l oner,
8OCTII OMAHA. .March IS,
Receipts were: Cattle. Hugs. Sheep.
Official Monday 4.1 4.o"0 Ix.iO
Paine day last week 3.SK) ' J.:! n.07')
Patne day two weeks ago a.ST4: 9.311
Hame three weeks ago.. 4.1M 7.KT
fame four weeks ngo... b.io 4 4.il 10.W4
Banie day laM yar J.nol 4.51
The following shows the lecclpts of cat
tle, hoas and sheen'st Rnnth llrnnhi for
.the year to date. 0nirwr-d with last year:
ttle llil! ltiH.Ml ;.lf
J,lK Tt.7i2 5-.-3.ftta T.li-J
ahevp 370.8:4 UCM
SAT! RDAY 8 SHIPMENTS.
The following shows the nuntner of cars
of stockers and feeders shipped to the
conntfy Saturday and thilr points or dewtl
nation: CATTLE Cars.
P. B. Clark, Creghton-K. K 4
Ralston Htos., lilow Island-L. P 1
P. Af. Smith. Manila, In. -Mil 1
W. C. Hurdhurv. Code, 8. 1. F. K 2
L. II. Miller, State Center, la.-N. V.... 1
A. W. Wade. Lu Mille, lii.-y 1
Ca 11 L.I: S(l O i .Tlu.Ntt.
following will show ihe price paid
for the d.Itetent kinns of cailio en the
South Omaha nmrkt .
ooj to choice corn-fed steen
BTOCKKR8 AND FF.F.PF.R8
1 4S0 1 M 4 MC 4 m
o. t A l ..11 4 m
4 - I Hi r 4 o.'
D toil It f H4 4 1"
t nn is ti 4 ;
4 1 .i ir 4 r
1 HHn I fto 1; r 1W 4
1 ai t 74 l :.. l'"0 4 .
t Ml I 71 7 IIM 4 at.
ri tn lu 1.1 i""o 4
;i 4 1 itoi' 4
flostoa Ntoeka and Bonds.
BOSTON, March 19 Call loans. bvi per
cent; time loans, 4'r?iH ler cent, ttftlclal
closing on stocks and bondF
At'-hlaon ad. 4a
Mi. Central 4a .
Boaton a Albany.
nnaion a Main
ritchburg pfd ..
81 lArneriran Zinc
:'.4 t al He la..
16t4iCotper Rnngs ,
HI I ls I t Waat ..
1'W rranklla ,
N. Y . N. H. A H...IH nranhr
t'nlon Pacific lAOtt'lala Royals ...
Anicr. Arga. Cham... IMaaa. Mining .
do pfd 7 IMlcblgan
Amer. Pnau. Tuoa ii tMnhaak
Amer. Sugar 14', Mont. C. A C.
do pfd 1.17 Old Dominion
Amur. T. a T
Amar. Woolen ....
Dominion I. A ft..
F.'llaon Elac. Illu..
Maaa. Klacirtc ....
Initio! Krult 107'!tt
l olled Shoe Mich ... I tah
V. t. stoel
V eating, uiinmois.
:),, . neceola
. tl ,( Parrot
. JO j Shannon
J44 Tamarack ...
. ja Trinity
. 4 United Copper
4 I. s. Mining..
its North Butt
. . 10
. . -
. . .14
. . f.4
'. . Ti4i
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. March 1.-F1X)UR-Steady;
first patents. 4.0i"a4.1O; second pnt
ents, S3St"&.o; first clears, 3.5a3.);
second clears. 2.Vi2. 55.
BRAN In bulk, 13.B(j!H3.io.
' 1 Superior Board of Trade quotations' for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery). The
range of prices, a furnished by F. D. Day
61 Co , 110-111 Board of Trade building, was:
Article. I Open. I High.! Low. I Close. Bat'y.
1 18 I
1 18 I
1 16 J
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, 77Sc; No. 1 northern, 7.Tc; to arrive,
76V; No. 2 northern, 7ISSi'(i'7rSc; to arrive,
76V. No. 3 northern, "STtc; No. 1 durum,
7(c; No. 2 durum, SSo. Corn: No. S yellow,
37c: No. S, 37'hC. Oata: No. I whlto,
:nv,c: No- 3, 6'i?27c. Barley, 87(a47c.
Re. 5SjMc. Hax: Cash, I1.1.1V4; May,
Articles.! Open. ! High
l4w. I Close.! Safy
70 TV'.Tr k.1
;?''niii 3't'i' -7a
-s-:'1 Ui'st'o-N i'i'JAi
lu 074' W -- I
14 0.W 14 17H
S (A) I
s So ''
16 16 J
S 30 '
Ca.h quotation were a follow:
FLOl'R Steady: winter patent. 13 40
JS3.90; straights, WftSoO; spring patents.
.Mt3.bO; ftralghts, H '4j3.60; baker , 2.;0
WHIUT-No. 8 spring. TlWiSle: No. 3,
TSo: No. 1! red. S-'SiSlc.
(tiltX-No. 2. 4:4c; No
OATS-No. i. So4r: No.
No. 3 white. 29W,.t,c.
r RVK-No. t. tiii4o.
. I1ARLKV tl.iod feeding
h.ilce Inallltlg, 4n4jfitV.
StKPH-No. 1 fl.x. li t; No. 1 northwest
un. II I:' clovi-r. .'i.ntiarl grade, HIS.
I'RtJVlSIONa-Mess pork, per blil., I15.ro
g-lilb linl. per 1 lla.. Wl.4. Short
tilia sides ilooiiri. I it 60. Short clear
side lxed. t hni; ?i.
Receipts and shipments of grain and flour
ocra a tolloas: Receipts, blnpmenta
Kaaaaa City Oram aad Provlalaus.
KANSAS CITY, March 10. WHEAT
May, iic; July. T0c; Beptember. 1040;
can. No. 2 hard. VViiSoe; No. 3. 744tPiKc;
No. 1 red. (Cltl4c; No. 3, 80$9l)c.
CORN May, 4oc; July, 44: cash, No. i
mixed, 404c; No. 2 white, 44c; No. 3, 414
OATB No. ! white. S14J0Jc; No. i mixed.
HAY Steady; choice timothy, tll.SSSll.SO.
choice prairie, S.6tVitl.7J.
R YK Strong at 65fjj67c.
KGUH Firm; Missouri and Kansas new
No. 2 whltewood cases Included, Uc; case
count. H4c; cases returned. 4c less.
Ml' 1 1 r.tt Creamery, Jc: packing, 12c.
Wheat, bu 3!).(W 30.KIO
Corn, hu M.Ourt 34,'pOO
Oats, bu Z7.00O ,0o0
Visible Mnpply of (iraln.
NEW YORK. March . The vtslhla aup.
ply of grain Saturday. March 17, as com
piled by the New York Produce exchange
was aa follows: Wheat. 4,.?72 hu.; de
crease, . Corn. ln.249.0t) bu.;
S;7.ii bu. Oats, glow, on) bu.;
742.i) bu. Rye, 2.2.6.mi bu.;
ItHMl bu. Uafley, S.iMl.uot) bu.;
! yellow, 4Sc.
i white, 3oVi3:c;
T:.; fair to
.. .142 !
U11 the ivJut Hinge uuy
Liverpool Grain nad Provisions.
LIVERPOOL. March 19. W HEAT 8 pot.
nominal; futures, steady: March, nominal;
May. 64d; July, Ca 6d.
CORN tiot American mixed, new, firm.
4s 14d; American mixed, old, steady. 4a
74l; futurea, steady; March, nominal; May,
llol'S In London (Pacific coast), quiet,
Mllara.kra Grata Market.
MILWAl'KEE. March IS. WHEAT
Steady; No. 1 northern. 7-i)S0c; No. t north
ern. i4'a7Sc: May. 784.C asked.
RYE-Steady; No. 1. tU4i614i
BARLEY Steady; No. t 5mc; sample,
CORN Steady; No. S cah. 4140:; May,
PHILADELPHIA. March 19.-B1TTER-Steady;
extra western creamery, 2)c; extra
nearby prints, 32c.
WIGS Firm; nearby fresh and western
freeh. 154c at mark.
CIIKEfar; (Juh'i; New York full creams,
Peoria Urnla Market.
PEORIA. March 1 -COKN-Hlgher: No.
S yellow. 424c; No. 3. 424c; No. 4. 414c;
no grade. e40r.
OATS Steady; No. I white. SuV; No. 3
white. SoSc; No. 4 white. 4c.
WH18KY-On the basis of ll.tt.
American r. m F
American C A P. pfd
American Cotton Oil
American Cotton Oil pfd....
American H. ft L. pfd
American lc. securities....
Am eel can Llneeed Oil
American Llneeed CHI pfd..
Amer. LocomotlT pfd
American 8. A R
American S. a) R. pfd
American 8ugar Refining...
Am. Tobacco pfd ctfa.....'. .
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantle C. L, . ex-tighla. . . .
Baltlmora A Ohio
Baltimore A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tranatt.....
Central of New Jeraey
Cheaapoaka' A Ohlo.,.....
Chicago Ml Alton.
Chicago at Alton pfd
Chicago Great Weatern
Chtoago St Northwaatern.. ..
t hlcago. Mil. A St. Paul...
Chicago T. T
Chicago T. A T. pfd
C. C. C. A St. Louia
Colorado Pual aV lenn
Colorado a aoutharn
Colorado A So. let pjd
Colorado Sr 80. 2d pfd
Corn Product a, ctfa
t om Product! pfd. ctfa
IMawace St Hudeon
!elaare. L. A W
iKiirer A Rio Grande
Denver A R. 0. pfd
Eris lat pfd
Erie td pfd
International Paper pfd
International Pump pfd
low. Central pfd
Kanaaa City Southern
Kanaaa City 80. pfd
Metropolitan Street Ry
Mlnneapolta AV St. IjouIs....
M , St. P. A S. 8. M ...... .
M . St. P. S 8. M.. Tf1. .
MlMMurl Pacific .
MlMourl, Kanaaa 4: Teiaa. .
Miaaourl, K. A T. pfd
National R. H. of M. pfd..
Saw York Central
Now York, O. A W
Norfolk A Weatern
Norfolk A W. pfd
fa. lie M.ll
P.. ('.. C. A St. Louie
Proceed Steel Car
Preaeed Steel (ar pfd
I ullman Pal.ce Car
Heading lei pfd
Reading td pld
Kepubltc Steel pfd
Rock Uland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd
t. L. A S. P. td pfd
81. louta Sotithwertarn....
St. Louta w. pfd
eouthorn Pacific pfd
Southern Rall.ay pfd
Ifineeaee teal A Iron
Tctaa A Paclbc
Toledo, St. Loula A W
Toledu. St. L. A W. pfd..
I uton Paiiflc
I'nton Pacific pfd
tinted Statue Kxpreae.
I Dtted .-ttatea ItnAity
t nlud lilalaa Rubber
I Ailtd elate. Hubber ptd .
t utted riatra Htael
lulled htatea steel pld....
a -Carolina t'bainUai ....
Ve. -Carolina Cham. pfd....
Wbah pfd ,
WMtiniihuua. ICIecirfe ....
V astern I mon '
Wheeling A I.tko K.la.
WiMonatu t'entr.1 pfd
( antral Leather
Central lalhar pfd
Total aslM for the day.
1.400 M4 a
i.soi sm, 'iiH
1,400 t(4 14
too M4 M(4
tt.iOD 1M4 1S1
. It. IO
. " 100
ISew York Mlalnar Xtocks.
NEW YORK. March 19 Closing quota
tions on mining stocks were:
Adama Con t Little Chief
Alice 160 Ontario !2t
Rreece 38 Ophlr t"C
BruoiiWlck Con 1 Phoenix 2
Comatock Tunnel .... IT Potoal lo
Con. Cel. A V. tti Savage (
Horn Sllr.r I1 fliarra Narad. 21
Iron Silver ...626 Small Hopes SO
Letdrllle Con t Standard !2t
Ings at the
1 4.3! bales.
4 T5',i4 .)
. 4 i' 14 TS
. i.a-tj 1 00
ran to choice corn-fed steers
Common to talr corn-fed Htcets...
Oocd to choice cows an. I heifers.
Fair to good stockers and feeders
Common to fair stockeit
Mulls, stags, etc
Good veal calves
RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha IJ.Tfutt.tiO tri.titViib.124
t'hicago l.tiijo.ito s.?.eu.4v
KanfaM City a.ii,ii.!j j.2ini 30
Ft. Iouls i.ltrSiti un 6.ocutj.oi)
Bioux City 3.W(2j.ll S.outrO.lO
Ihe following lablu .lions the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
lit cows Sco 2 h 1 hull 14:m JW
Scows... . !i i'.h 1 hull loTO 3 1s
21 cows lie,1 3 T4i U cows H-l'l 3 so
T feeders. ,ltc6 4 SS l' fcdrs. . 7 1 :t 4 4"
2 feeders.. !."n 4 hn i steers.. ..Iihso 4 tx
MOOS The run this morning was very
modornt". as usual on the first day of the
week, but thst fact did not prevent tho
market lielng a little easier. The decline
did not amount to much, prices lieing only
a shade lower than last week. The irntlo
whs slow to open and the market wax
something of a dr.tg throughout, but still
the hops finally changed hands tn reason
able season. The bulk went .at right around
t M as against HltnU.!!1! at the cloe i.f
The week opens with prices on tin ever
age '24c higher than they were at the 1k.
ginning of Inst week.
baas. Including May. at July. 7v.
Septemher. 7.1V; liecemher. 7 5"K" : Jrtntis ,
7-: Kfbrtiatv. 7 rtV; sxit Rio, steady;
No. 7 Invoice. S4c-
Na At Sh. -r .-.c. Sh Pr.
it 144 ... 1 14 ft :io tn t 1:4
! Kt . . i7w 71 sal ... 124
ti 171 ... 4 07i, Jit. ... tl!
76 r; ... 1 10 -, :i ... i'
73 2S7 ... 4 1" 7. ::to ... 4 li',
71 Ill ... 111 M Ill ... 17"
71 iSo IM t HI 4 174 6 7:.
74 1S I" " JW 140 ( 07',
71 :;i 4.1 t 10 i sr.' ... 10
7 17 411 tl 10 14 lt ... 10
4,1 's:i 00 4 10 17 213 140 4 III
74 1 44 id " m ... 10
7t W ... I 10 14 242 140 t 14
71 1.1.14 10 10 7t ?"7 ... II ill
77 IK4 ... 4 1" 7 22J ... 10
77 It4 . . 10 ( 12 .... l."
61 51'4 140 4 111 U Hi ... It li't
27 S.S t lu k iff 40 4 12'.
4. 3.17 60 I 10 214 ... K.
7:t 214 40 I 10 :l .".!"' ... I 14
75 214 ... I 10 3 It" " li
Ds-ta. I U06.lO4.iSO3.mj2. 1301. li10.
1 a e
6... t W
... b 1
4 S0 S 131 I i 23 4 Sol 4 6S
4 T- o t!'i H 43ti ti iii 4 Kb 4 w.
6 04 I 0;
6 071 1 Hi
4 86 1 7 04 24
4 ft al 1 11 It 111,
I ( 0941 i W 5 20
I li 14! 4 ae, 6 IS
a 041 4 71
1 41 70
bU-.li) io 4 71
09j 6 06 4 72
b Idi o 14, 4 71
4 W 6 11; 7 LV., li 14, 6 L'ti 4 73
4 Kti li In 7 'Jli s 04, t L'4l
09 ( 5 151 T 311 U 181 4 7
t4, 4 8Q a , 7 mi g imi, I 4 i
tt 1141 i ol S 16; 7 3S 13; 5 16 4 75
6 ml 4 9ll S 2fi 6 22 i 26; 4 73
6 074 4 S4 5 lrt 7 y 6 15 5 21 4 85
b 11 I 4 W 5 04 7 10 6 17, 5 4 111
6 01 i 04, 7 Oil id 5 28,
, 4 9o 7 18. 6 27 4 DO
The official number of enra stock brought
In today by each road was:
Marclv lfl.-WOOLe-The offer
wool sales today amounted to
Competition waa animated at
rates, especially for lower
giades. Crossbred were In large supply
and mot wit ha good, demand. America
buying suitable parcels at an advance of 15
per cent over the January average. A fint
selection of New Zealand halfbred comb
ings brought out eager- competition. Cape
of Good Hope and Natal grades were ao
tive. The withdrawals to date amount to
l.ij balea. Following are the sales In de
tail: New Routh Walea, 3,70ft bales; scoured,
Is 64d'ilH 114d; greasy, 64di7i1s 3d. Queens
land, i.iHU rmies; eeonreti, is mwi. vic
toria, 1,1 Wi bales;,j areuped. Is 34di0e fid;
greasy, 64d4uls Id. ejoutk Australia, noo
bales; .scoured. Is 3dflH fid ; greasy, (hKo)
Is WI. West Australia. 300 bales: greasv
114'1'als 14d. New Zealand, 7.70O bales;
scoured, lsldals7d: reasy. "dwls 44d.
Cape of Good Hope and Natal. 1.100 balea;
scoured, is znn-js hu; greasy, b'ff-a.
ST. LOCIH. March 1.-WOOI-Steadv:
medium grades combing and clothing.
2So; light fine. 31tUi4c; heavy line, lg'ijSJe;
tub washed, 321; 40c.
NEW YORK. March 19 METALS There
was an advance of Vm In the price of spot
tin In the London market, which closed
at 167 6s. while futurea were unchangeJ,
at 165 10s. Locally the market was flrr.i
In tone, with prices firmer, at t36.7OtSi37.0O
for spot. Copper waa 15a higher In London,
with spot closing at 4.41 5a and futures .it
78 be. Locally no change waa reported.
but the market shows a continued firm
tone, with lake quoted at tlS.6oiils.7o.
Electrolytic, at tll.2biaik.j0. and casting, at
tl8.on$lg.26. Lead was unchanged, at 15.35
ifi.4S In the local market, but advanced
la 3d to 12 3s Sd In London. Snelter de
clined 5s, to 25 15 In the lyindon market
It waa unchanged, at to. 2( "ti 4.30 locally.
Iron was higher abroad, with standard
foundry quoted at 4e Sd and Cleveland
warrants at 48s Sd. Locally no change waa
reported. No. 1 foundry northern la guote.1
at tl8.tVi51S.36; No. 2 foundry northern.
tn.7Mt'18.8; No. 1 foundry southern, tl8.25
4Y18.76. and No. 2 foundry southern, 117.75
ST. LOriS. March 1.-METAL8-Le.id
steady, 15.274; spelter. 14.15.
1 ... 1
10 is "i
C . M. & St. P...
Mo. Par. Ry
I'nlon Pacific System 37
C. & N. W. least l 7
C. N. W. (west).... 51
C. St. P., M. & O.... 22
C, B. & Q. (east).... 1
C, B. & Q. (west).... 33
C. R. I. & P. (east).. 4
Illinois Central 7
Chicago Qt. Western. 5
Total receipts 1
The disposition of the day's receipts was
aa follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber or head Indicated:
Omaha Packing Co
Swift and Company,
Cudahy Packing Co....
Armour A Co
Vansant & Co....
Lobman At Co
Hill & Son :.
Huaton & Co... ..........
Wolf A Murnan
J. B. Root & Co
Cnlted Dr. Beef Co...
Cattle. lings. Sheep.
bo9 74 . 1.116
798 f 400
57 1.619 3.17
640 . ti3 2,127
3.689 3.7U6 ltl.lj2S
CAi The receipts of cattle were lib
eral thla morning, 18!) cars being reported In
the yards. At too same time other market
points were reporting very heavy receipts
and lower markets.
I'nder the Innuence of the bear news the
market here opened very slow and It was
late before any business was transacted,
buyers and sellers lieing considerably apart
In their views. When the cattle did sell
they went at prices considerably lower
than last week, it being aale to quole the
general trade 10c lower.
A few cows and nelfers that were wanted
to kill out Immediately sold early at prices
that did not look much different front laat
week The general cow market, however
waa, like steers, slow and m most cases
The number or stockers and feeder on
sale was not very large: at the same time
there waa a very fair demand, ao that the
desirable kinds of fending steers com
manded fully steady prices. The common
kinds of stock cattle Save not been very
active at any time within the last two
SHEEP The early 4stlmate of Sn.0"0 sheep
for the day's receipts hud a decided hertr
Influence on the market, and probably when
telegraphed out did not help st r-tiRt lif'i
other markets. As ti matter of fact there
was nut to exceed half tliet number in
sight when the market opened. Nine cars
Included in Ihe above estimate cuine In
Sunday and were only hailed fur feed,
being shipped out the same day. Anotho
twenty cars were it-ported buck oil tho
I'liion I'aclric, no one knowing when they
would arrive. In other words, there were
only about forty-four curs actually in the
barn when the market opened, which was
by no means an excessive run for a Mon
day, Every market on the map was sending
out weak and discouraging t-poits this
morning, so that the trade hete unened
very slow and the general mat ket could
safelv be called IOLh- lower. As a matter
Of fact, some sales of especially desirable
sheep may not have show 11 quite that much
decline, hut they were the exception Hint
not the rule. Some Mexican hinibs sold
as high as tn.60. They were fed !iy the
same man as Uioko which brought tf.no and
Jfi 60 last week, but were out or anothev
pen and n little lighter. Yearlings and
wethers mixed sold up to to To. Another
bunch of the ewes, which were sold at
15.26 for future delivery, were brought In
and weighed up at that price today. Right
good heavy ewes sold on today's mnrket t
Quotations: Good to choice native lambs,
$.3i'&6.6o: good to choice western lambs,
tn.3iXi.50; fair to good lambs, t'i.0o-!i0.:K: cull
lambs, 14.&tLi5.rro; good to choice light year
lings, t5.fiMi5.85: good to choice heavy yrar
llngs, So.onifnVSo; fair to good heavy year
lings. 15. 4005. 30 good lo choice wethers,
to.5trho.bXi; fair to good wethers, tT.l6j5.H6;
good to choice ewes. $4.7tt5..'".ij: fair to good
ewes, $4. 2653:4. 70; cull sheep and bucks, 13. OP
No. A v.
356 western ewes .., 112
42 western ewes lof
180 Wyoming ewes 1-J
IW Mexican yearlings and wethers !i
1:5 Mexican lambs 77
8') Mexican lambs Jji
60 Mexican lambs u
145 Mexican lambs 7b
320 Mexican lambs 78
HI wi stern cull ewes
50 Wyoming ewes
loK western ewes
18 western ewes
JO western cull lambs
120 Wyoming ewes
304 Wyoming ewes
1!J Colorado ewes
344 western ewes
2G4 western lambs
317 Colorado lambs
712 mixed lambs
Ualata Oralt- Market.
DI LI TH. March il WHEAT To arrive
No. northern. 744"; on track No. 1 north
ern. 77c; N". 1 northern, 744c; May, 774v;
Julv. 7V4c: September, 7We.
UAToWe'ti auive and ou Ui.k, Mav.
Laadoa Closlaaj ttacika.
LONDON, March IS. Closing Quotation.
.. VN. Y. Central....
10 T-ll Norfolk a
..144 to aid
.. tw . Onlaxlo a W..i,.
..Ii4 Paanarlranla ....
..Ill : S...4 Ml nee
.. W4 do let afd
..It do td ctd
..Ul Southern tUllv.r
.. de (d
..44 Sou I ham PaoISc
.. M t nloa Pa I no ....
.. 4i'., to afd
.. 74 V. S. Sta.1
.. I , So tt
..14 do pfd
.. i4 Saenl.b 4s
steady. Sud ter ounce.
Mti.r.i j-u? per cent.
The rate of dlacount In the open market
for shurt bills U 84 P-r cent; for Hires
months' bills, 343JK-1 per cent.
on stocks were
Conaola. money ...
flaltlmoro 4 Ohio
( aiiaill.B P. -IAr .
Chae A Ohio
( h lea o Ot W ...
C. at. St. P...
Denver S. 0 ...
do lat pfd
do td pld. ......
Illlnola Central ..
M.. K. T
OMAHA. March IS Bank clearing, for
today were tl.eT.74 14. and for the corre
sponding datw last year 11. 61 1287. 46.
WAoH INGTON. March IS. Today's state
ment of the treasury balances in the .u
eravl fund, exclusive of the tl5o.4ro0.oi0 gold
4 teat rve, shows cash be lance, loo,v2i,04,
NEW YORK. March 1.-COTTON-Spot
cloaed 10 points higher: middling uplands,
11 4oc; middling gulf, II. inc; sales, loo bales.
ST. LOC18 Mo., March IB. COTTON
Steady; middling, 10 15-ltic; sales, thirty
four balea; receipts, itl bales; shlpmeiita,
432 bales: stock, 43.219 balea.
LIVERPOOL. March 19 COTTON-8pot
good htatlness done; prices points higher;
American middling fair. 6.40d; good mid
dling, .48d; middling, i.od; low middling,
5.74d; ordinary, (5id; ordinary, 5.4t)d. The
sales of the day were 14, OX) bales, of which
2.0)0 balea were for speculation and export
and Included 11.300 American. Receipts, 13.
000 hales, including 6,300 American.
NEW ORLEANS March 19. COTTON
Spot closed firm: aales, 9.10a hales; ordinary,
74c; good ordinary. 9 1-14K; low mlddllnz,
lo 1-lAc; middling. l"4c; good middling,
114c: middling fair. U4o. Recelpta, 4.M12
balea; stock. 273,691 bales.
Oils aad Hoala.
NEW YORK. March 19. OIL Cotton
seed, firm; prime crude, f. o. b.- mills, to
264c; prime yellow, 32iS3c. petroleum,
steady: refined New York, 17.60; Philadel
phia and Baltimore. 17.56; prime In bulk,
14. K6 Turpentine, 7245724c-
ROSIN Firm; strained, common to good,
pentlne. firm, 694c
ROHIN Firm ; A.iB C. D E.
O. 13 .96: H 14 08; I, 4 56; K, 15 20;
N 15 SO; W G. 16.10: W W. tb.2.
OIL CITY, March 19. Ol 1 Credit bal
ances. 11.58'; ahlpmeitts. 82,762 bbla. ; aver
age. 61.118 bbls.; runs, 113.430 bbls.; average,
bl.TUZ bbla. Shlpmenta Lima. 127.901 libla.;
average, 60.312 bbla.; runa Lima, 75,016 bbls.;
average, 37,306 bbls.
laiar and Molaaaea.
NEW YORK, March 19. SCQAR Raw,
strong; fair refl.iing, 11-lbc; centrifugal si
test. S9-16o; molassea sugar, 24c. Retlned.
steady; No . 4.1oc; No. 7. 4tc; No. 1,
4c; No. . l5c; No. 10. 19oc; No. 11, J.gSc;
No. 11. 1.80c; No. 13. I.7ic: No. 14. 1.7ac; con
fectlonera' A. 4 46c; mould A. 4.76c; cut loaf,
6 Sic; crushed, i tOc; powdered, 4 7oc; gran
ulated, 4 c; cubes, 4.95c.
MOLASbES Firm; Jew Orleans,
kettle, good to (holce, 3Ujj3Sc.
NEW ORLEANS. March 19.-8CQAR.
Firm; open kettle centrifugal, 23 7-luc;
centrifugal whites. 3tt4c; yellows, 3-(f
1 13-Mc; seconds. 2j84c
MOIASSES Nominal; open kettle, 17l,i30c;
SYRl'P Nominal; SSQSuc.
LONDON, March 19 Money waa In good
demand In the market today and supplies
wera sufficient. LUcounta were alvadv,
keeping In sympathy with the money condi
tions. Trading on the stock exchange waa
quiet and mostly featureless. Consols op
ened fairly steady and hardened at tha
cloee on the influx of gold. Americans
opened Irregular. The movement, wcrt
slight and stocks were fairly supported at
rates abova purity but bualnesa waa in
active and prices reacted during the last
hour and closed at the lowest quotations of
tha day. Foreigners mere quiet. Interna
tionals were maintained. lioarton copper
Share hardened Kami, were easier on
Palis selling Japanese Imperial bs ul 14
aert quoted st 104'a,
No. A. Pr. Kc, At. Pr.
to 1147 4 70 It 1326 4 76
I tn 4 16 24 17 4 76
14 '- 4 10 4 1164' 4 77
1 1066 4 36 id 1074 4 HO
1 120 4 26 1 1!7I 4 10
17 4 36 1 1-40 4 4i
13 1040 4 40 1 1223 4 DO
4 1146 4 6o 14 1006 4 6
4 1 4 to II 11.1 4 as
14 1046 4 46 20 1116 4 tv
4 til 4 60 i It 1270 4 o
1 ....ltva 4 60 101 12M 4 to
I....' 104 4 60 4e 1171 4 Ti
24 1104 4 40 1 120O 4 tf.
1140 4 40 12 6 00
10 lilt 4 4.1 .'4 1.(74 i 20
46 1111 4 it r; lot) 4 V)
1 TM 1 St 7 K6 5 3!
I t:o 1 . 1 770 I 16
1 740 1 60 1 ll.lo 1 en
1 Wi0 I Y, 1 Jlit 4 60
2 776 l 76 :t; t 6
1 7MI S 0u 1 ll30 3 60
1 620 i 26 S MO 3 50
1 640 2 3d 14 133 3 60
4 744 3 26 14 1020 t 66
1010 i !." 10 106 3 46
1 liu 2 16 Itft.i I 46
1 100 t 6o 10 lt,24 1 76
1 7U t lil IS t t 70
1 t0 t 'l 1 1110 t 70
1 !:'' I 60 ' I MO I 76
1 WO 1 60 3 1213 I 76
1 640 t 60 1 1310 t 76
t 1036 t 40 14 1103 1 75
1 ...1U30 2 4li 10 61 I M
1 ldlO 2 Jl 1 12S0 I to
1 HOC t 76 tl I0M 4
4 tot t 7S i 12M 4 CO
1 t4 2 ;j 4 n77 4 Oil
T i5 t U 1 1144 4 04
3 113" 3 76 I 1040 4 00
10 104 2 2 V. 1 1364 4 10
I I OOJ 2 i 17 hiM 4 06
1042 I i t l.'U 4 to
1 lv!0 I in t llko 4 20
1 6to 3 00 12 I) 4 24
I i:S t 00 I K3 4 I"
1 1O70 I 10 t 140 4 20
i. t4 IN 1 1240 4 40
1 1100 I 26 II lout 4 00
t 170 t 26 1 176 4 it
1 440 2 76 14 64S 1 T6
1.; HO S OO 34 714 I 76
1 110 3 00 24 710 I 76
1 4K1 t 26 I 670 I 76
1 1030 I to 17 1 4 I II
1 11 1)0 I 60 26 126 4 01
t 460 I ' 417 4 10
I lit t 60 i 740 4 II
4 746 t C 24 Ml 4 16
14 414 I 10 1 240 4 ij
1 410 I to
1 1010 I 7S I 2040 3 10
1 444 t li 1 1410 3 14
1 10b I 74 1 1700 I in
1 1240 t 70 1 1400 1 40
t... 1160 I to 1 HM t 40
1 1110 I 00 134 t hi
1 lirm 3 16 1 12!0 I 46
1 It Hi t 16 1 1:40 I 711
1 1410 1 16 I It20 I 71
I IM0 S 30 1... 1710 t 76
4 1120 I 16 1 1WW I Ml
1 1640 I 4u 1 !M I au
1 11W I 60 1 4 tn
1 140 I 60 1 iiu 4 00
1 1670 I 60
I la I ou 1 220 ." io
t 17 3 on 1 t- n
1 ul I on lov 3 f 1
1 14 in 1 110 1 ou
1 110 I 16 1 tto 4 00
1 330 t4o t 10 I6
1 440 t It 1 170 4 16
1 ,.. 70 4 on 4 17 ti
1., 0 4 W 1 160 4 24
1 4 4 26 1 100 .6
1 4 2i 1-A I &q
1 ...KM t Ot'
1 t 1 !2:l 4 4
STEERS A NO HEIFERS.
I 17 1"4 4 141 21 1"64 4 N
0444II4 WIIOI.K14I.K M4HKF.T.
I.andlllnn af Trade and 4)untailnna on
Maple and lent-) I'rorlotr.
Ell OS -Receipts, liberal; fresh slock, ca
count. I3li 1341-
1.IVE 11 if LTR Y - Hens. iitl0sc;
rAostere. -64c: turkeys. I.ic ; oucix't.
y-Ming roi""ti ro. v,ilic: gec-., sc.
DRESSEI tHM l. l t 1-Itirkeis. , lst!ic;
! old tim. intiltrc; chicken, b'lillc. old rOil-
crs. 7c; dticHs, I.I1I..1. g cec, inc.
I LI'TTKIt I'm king sun k, 13c; choice to
i fancv dalrv. Istfhic. cic.tnii 1 v. UI-SlHw.
1 MAY Prices otioted by DinahM Feed
I pan : .No. 1 uphtn.l, t7, tin illtiifi.
! innrse, t onit; in. Itve straw, 1" a.
I BRAN Per ton. llV 6"
j D ATES-Per lox of :' l-lb. pkgs., t.' 0,11
' Halloween. In it'-lb. boxes. tcr lb., 5c; 24nj
' t ts. per lb., 4c; wnltv.it stinted, l-lb. pkg.,
I 12. HI pet- d" ; s-lli. U'Xcs. tl t4,
j OKANtlES-4'ahfornl.i. extra fancy lted
, hind nseis. all sizes. :t .85; fancy navels.
11 -o; In ilce. all sites. !.'..
I.E.Mt iNS Linioniei t xtrn fancy, :40
Slge. 1I..5; ,Tn to 3tt site. 14.26.
FIGS t iililornia. per iil-n. carton. 751
c; Importeil Hinyina. thn e-ciown, 11c; al
HANANAS-rer medium slaed bunch, tl.71
i216; Jttinlros. t2.;a"n3.t4.
TANtlERIN KS t. allliirnla. per box ot
about 123. 13.10.
tlRAl'K FRl rr-Florida, per box. 17(xu
.5ti; Cullfotnln. per box. t4.inntt4.5u.
PEARS -Winter Nellls. 12. So.
APPLES--California Newton. Pippins mid.
Baldwins, $2 per bu. box: Ben iiavls, ti
per bu. box; vineap!. 12.50 per bu. box;
other varieties. J.'ti .50 pi r bu.; New York
apples, Hiildwlns and Hussels, Iti on per bbl.
GRAPES Imported' Malagas, tti t17.5t).
til.l) Etil. I ALi.Lrl
POTATOKS-llonic grown, per bu., 60
6ttc; South Dakota, per bu., 75c-
NAVY PEANS-Per Int.. tl.85; Na. 2, $1.75.
LIMA UKANS-I'er lh., .,4c.
CABBAtlK-fiillfiii'lihi. per lb.; W la
consin, in crtttes, per lb., 24240.
CARROTS. PARSNIPS A.M 1 L RN1PS
l'er Int.. 85c.
CKI.KR Y-Callfnrnht, 11 per tlos.
SWEET POTATOES Illinois, per U-pk.
NEW V EttETAHLES.
TOMATOES Florida, er crate of DOlbs.,
WAX BEANS Per hamper of about 30
lbs., net. It,.
ONIONS Home grown, yellow and red.
1 11 r bu.. ; HMini.li. per irate, IJ.26; Colo
i ndo. red und yellow, r bu., L
8TR1NO BEANS -Per hamper of about 30
lbs., net. t-i.i"n4 W.
OREKN PEPPERS Florida, per 6-baaket
crate. 14 . 5t.
Tl HMPS. HBETS AND CARROTS
LotiiiHiiR. per doa. bunch s. Tit.-.
C HALLOTTS Louisiana, per docen
HEAD LETTCCE Louisiana, per bbl.,
17. it'ii 10.00; per doit heads, tl.oifil.L5.
LEAK LETTl'CE llotnouso, per dot.
CL'Cl'MHKRS Hothouse, per dot., tl..51
Chicago live: stuck market
Cattle 4eady to Ten t ruts Lower
Hogs Five to Ten Cents Lower.
CHICAGO, March 19 CATTLE-Recelpts,
21,000 head; market steady to Inc lower;
common to prime steers, 13,8.Vn4i.40; cows,
t3.6543i4.S0; heifers, t2.75oili.2a; bulls, t2.50tr
4.26; calves, t3.0(K&7.7S; stockers and feeders,
HtXIS Receipts, 4o.Uj head: market 5rtt
10c. lower; choice to prime heavy. tti.8.Vj
t?424; medium to good heavy. tt).30J'ioi;
butcher weights, H.3nii.4ii: good to enoice
heavy mixed, tti.3tvaH.35; packing. t5.9tebS.iUi.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. M.OtO
head; market, sheep steady; lambs. 15iij2ic
lower; sheep, !4.26''at.25; lambs, 4.70?tj. 10.
Veer York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK, March 13-BEEVES-Re-cetpts,
J.724 head; steers slow and generally
lufil5o lower, except; for extra stocks;
bologna bulls, steady; fat bulls, steady;
cows, steady to slow; steers. 14.6018.00.
bulls, 13.254i4.10; few fancy. 11.70; cowa, 12.00
fi4.26. Liverpool Rnd lyindon cables quoted
live cattle firmer al 10fil2c, Ureased
CALVES Receipts 2,789 bend: good veals
steHdy, others slow to a fraction lower;
barnyards, steady; veals. 4 tVn9.(4i; barn
yard. U.Otiliit.oO. Dressed, steady; city
veals. 8(j'184c: country. 8tftl2c.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 9.179
head; sheep, steady; lamb, slow and fall
to 10c higher; sheep. 14.o0o6.O0; no good
Sheep here; lambs, ..bVf(4l.,rij; culls, 15.H0.
IIOUS Receipts, 10,512 head; uiaikct
hlrfher; state, l''..S5tJY7.0u.
HADISHES-llothotiH'.'. per dor. bunches,
Ml'SHROOMS Hothouse, per lb., 60$ title.
BEEF Cl "IS
No. 1 ribs. 13c; No. 2 ribs, 114c: No. 3
ribs, 84c; No. 1 loins, ltic: No. i loins. 12c;
No. 3 loins. l"c: No. I chucks. 54c; No. 2
chucks. 5c; No. 3 chucks, 44c: No. 1 round.
74c; No. 2 round. 74c; No. 1 round. 7c;
No. 1 plHtc, 4c; No. 2 pltUe, 34.40; No. 3
CIDER 1'T Keg. 43.75: per hbl., 1;.75.
HONEY-New-, per 24 lbs.. 13.50.
-HEESK--HW-IHS, new. ltic; Wisconsin
brick, 13c; Wisconsin liniberger. lie; twlna,
lilUc; Young Anierlcus, 15c.
jJl'TS Walnuts. No. 1 soft shells, new
crop, per lb., 154c; h.trd shells, per lb.,
134c. Pecans, large, per ib.. 14c; small, per
lb , 12c. Peanuts, per lb.. 04c; roasted, per
lb.. 8c. Chill walnuts, per lb., 12i"gl34c.
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard
shells, pel- lb., 16c. Cocoanuta, 11 per sack
FRESH FISH Trout. Ho; halibut. 10c;
pickerel, dressed, 7c; white bass, 11c; sun
fish, ti'illc; perch, skinned and dressed, 80;
pike, ioc; redsnapper. 11C7 salmon, lb :
crnppies, Miltc; eels. ISc; black bans. 22c;
whilelish, lie; frog legs, per dog., 6ac; lob
sters, green, 33c; boiled lobsters. 37c; blue
llsh, lfio; herring. 4c; Spanish mackerel, l'lc;
huddock. 10c: shrimp, tl.tjufcl.au per gallon;
amelts. 12c: cod, 12c.
OYSTERS Fresh standard, 11.40 per gal.;
shell oysters, tl.On'SiJ.Ot) per 100; Little Neck
dams, 11.60 pea: 10U. . .. .
, ai-GAR-Cft-anvilaVCtl Mne In bbln., 15.00;
granulated carte,, tit ait Cjl V 111. KnUiula ted
beet, In aacka, tl.JCl. , -. . I.
BYRCP In barrels. 24c per gal.; in cases.
6 10-lb. cans, tl W; cases, 11 Hb, cans, tiSti;
cases. 24 24-lb. cans, 11.80.
COFFEE Roasted: No. W, 26Hc per lb.;
No. 3o, iv4c pta- lb.;. No. 26. 184c per lb.;
No. 2t, 154c per lb.; No. 21. 124" per lb. .
FLOUR (wholesale) Best high grade- Ne
braska, per cwt., 12.00; bast high grade pat-,
ent Minnesota, per ., 12.30; atralglit pat
ent Nebraska, per cwt., 12.00; second patent
CURED FISH Family whltefish, per 4
bbl 100 lbs., 1450: Norway mackerel, per
bbl , 200 lbs., bloaters. Ko trt; No. 1, M.taj;
No 2, 120.00- No. 3, 1-D.00; Irish, No. 2. tl7.tm.
Herring, In bblB., iOO lbs. eacn, Norway, 4k,
113 00; Nnrwav, 3k, 113.00; Holland, mixed,
til. 60: Holland herring. In kegs, mllkum.
Sue: kegs, mixed, 7oc.
BROOMS No. 1 carpet, 13.26; No. carpet,
12.40; No. 3 plain. 13 25.
CANNED UOODS Corn, standard west
ern. 55'aOOc: Maine. 11 23. Tomatoes, S-lb.
cans !1.2,Vu1.d0: 2-lb., 974cill.u0. Plnearmles,
grated, 2-lb., 12.u54i2.50; . sliced. tl.90fu2.2o.
Oallon apples, fancy, fi.H); California apri
cots. 11.4O'fi2.00; pears. 11.75'f2.nO; peaches,
fancy, !1.7t.ri2.40; H. C ueachet, t2.00t!2.5'.
Alaska salmon, red. 11.15; pink, 90c; fancy
Chinook. V., t2.10: fancy sockeye F., ll.K..;
sardines, 4 oil, 12.50; mtiNtartls, 12.orii
3 10 Sweet potatoes, tl. 15411. 25; sauerkraut,
tl.oo; pumpkins. iOcititl.ttO; wa beans, 3-lb.,
75i floe; lima beans. 2-lb.. 75cutl.S5; spinach,
tl 3:i2.0O; cheap pea a, 2-lb., 80c; extra, 75'ic
90c: fancy, tl.3twl.76.
HIDES. PELTS AND TALLOW-No. 1
green hltlea, 9c; No. 2. 8c; No. 1 salted,
lie; No 2. 10c: bull hides. 7tf8c; drv
hides. 12j20f. llorw hides, large,-13; small,
12. Sheen pelts, each otkYutl .26. Tallow, No.
1, 44c; No. 2, 34c; rough, 14c.
Kaaaaa City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. March 19.-CAT-TLE
ReceUita, 10.500 head, Including 1.0H0
southerns; Market steady to 10c lower; top
iuaiantlne steers, 15.0"; choice export and
dressed beef steers, 15.4bn.8u; fulr to good.
14. 254(6.26; western fed steers. lJ.754ri.40;
Blockers and feeders, !2.75 .5o: southern
steers, I1.76tj6.fm; southern cows. t2.25n 4.t;
native cows, t2.25rfi4.50; native heifers, 13.t4)
fe5 2ii: bulla. t3tJi4.26; calves, 11.utKn7.00.
MOOS Receipts. s.ti nead; tnarKet txn l'tc .n..i.i s.,l. '
lower; top. SH.224: bulk of sales. M.l'ao 15; ToU'do Heed Markrt.
heavv. to.l5ho.224: ckeiB. l.l(Kii4.224; TOLEDO. O.. March l.-SEED-Cloyer,
plus "and lights. M.tVrh.l."i. t-ash. 1V.85: Martb. 17.85; April. li;
KHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts. KnKl October, lrt.224; timothy, cash, tlfl0;.al.
head; market rV)15c lower; notlve lambs. Hike, cash, 18.25.
ln.o"i4i.to; western lamtjs, iVonuiti.oii; ewes
and yearlings, t4.5tVfi5.S0; western fed er-'
lings, lo.tid'ii.'i.siO; western fed sheep. t4.'J5?f 1
Evaporated Apples aad Dried Frnll.
"NEW YORK. March 19. EVAPORATED
APPLES Mai ket shows little vhiingn.
strictly piime fruit being steadily held;
common to fulr are quoted at 74i84c: fair
to good lfiS. 8fiSTi,e; nearly to- strictly
pihne, ft'o4c; choice, yi.-aioo; fancy, H-rj
6.75; stockers and fecderc, t3.2(4.60.
St. I.onla Lira Mock Market.
ST. IXH'IS. March 19.-CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.5tw head. Incluillng 75o head Tex
ana: market ateady; native shipping and
export ateers, !4.s5'(iti.Rii; rl"sned beef and
bitlcher steers, til. 751(5.50: t. era under 1,(00
lbs., tii.2i(4. 15; Mockers and feeders. 12.2", (7
4 50: 1 own and heifers, t2Ki5.00; canners.
tl.76Ai2.3f.; bulls. i.1..4Ka4 40; calves. t4 ("4f
7.26; Texas and Indian ateers. t3.9nfa4.7o;
cows and heifers, t2.ii"(i4 .25.
HfiflS Receij Isi l.t head: market
steady: pips and lights, tr, I'.Vui! 40; pnek
rrs. t'i .On4t;.4t; huLcl.t-rs and beat heavy,
Irt.V.a'Ki '. '
SHEEP AND IMPF-Receifts. 2..V11
head; market steady: naii'f- littittona. 14.(4)
4i6.5t.; lambs, 15.5t(2ti..S7.
Cilia Hater Market.
F.ljtllN. 111.. Mutt h 18. BI TTER Firm 1
al 27c: aclea for the week, 497,600 lhs.
It E A 1, ESTATE TRAMFRRS,
St. Joaeph l.lvr Stoeb Market.
KT. JOSEPH. March 19 CATTLE He.
retpis, 2.154 heHd; steers, steady: market
1 bc.de lotaei : natives. 14 h'.fiti.Ci,: cowa and
belters. 11.751 1, til; stockers und feeders,
13 2.V(i4 50.
HOtJS Receipts. 4.052 head; mat ket slow.
6H(li,e lower: light, ti,.' 'n 6 1 "1 ; medium and
htavy. llloif8.iu; bulk of sales. I:.l'iiti. t'j.
SHEEP AND LAMBU-Kecelptk. 15.547
head; lamb. It nllo lower; lop lambs. Hoc;
Deeds flb-d ror record In the offlce of th
register of deeds, aa furnished by J. Freit
Kerf Co., Im nded itbHtracters. IO08 New
York Life bull. ling. March 19. Itditi:
P. E. Her to Omaha Ice & Cold 8tor- a
age Co., part government lot 4. 23-
George A. Klink and wife to Sorena
Hansen, part lota 16 und lti, block
2, Okabonai purk l.Stw
Wm. F. Ioreimen and wife to Oeo.
A. Klink, same .' l soo
Oeori;e S. Huyden and wife to .Au
gusta M. Stegberg. lot I. Rivervlew.. 426
Atla E. Hubbard to Henry Keinebrnth.
norih 4 lot 2o. blot k 2. Armstrong's
2d add Li"
Anna Covell to liax Loth, lot 15. bliM-k
klons CHt l.lie Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. March 19. (Biclnl Tele
gtytn.l CA'ITLE Receipts. J.iVi head:
murket weak; stockers t tglier: b ves. 14 o)
4j5.Hp: cows and heifers. .:.0i JJ4.f"; stock
ers and feeders. UtiU:: calves and
yearllnirs. It fioj4.2j.
HOGS Receipts, i.ltf) head; muiket in
lower, selling at tfi.m !';. Ik bulk 01 tales.
Mock In fight. '
Recelpta of live stock a t tic- tlx principal ' M
western maiket. yenteidev.
2. Covell s atld. 10 CreiKhton Heialits.
Thomas E. P-rfl' ld to Luclnn B. John
sop and wife, lut 1. block 8. Central
O. A. Llndqttest and wife to Fred A.
Policy, lots 12 and 13. block 4. Ruse
George T. Morton and wife to Emma
V'ehole. lot IS. block 8. Or:iurd
Aithnr I H-wer to E. A. Hewitt,
pirl lot 11. block 2. Cl'fendon
Artecr I Hoover to J. O. Huntley,
psrt lot n block 2 Cla-einlon... .'....
I"-pU M Dow and hurband to fhua.
D Armstrone-. lot 13. block 13. Hltch-
c.ifVt 1st sill
Hrlilge M O'CallahBO to L. C. Peter
. n. lot 7. bl.K-k 7 O-ct'rd Hill
M',rbH J. Kelly und hiisbund to Marv
Fl. rgerul'l. lax lot 13. e4 nw4 31-l-1ii
A K'irll,t t. (t,,..e . i u
l.ii 4. block 11 So.ith O'oiha...
Cattle IluK Slteeo
Hotit't Omtha (. 1 40 I moru
Sioux ITtv 2"l 1-.IV4I
Kansas City UO" OtOi ,y,i
St. J.iseoh 2 554 4.0J: IS:
St. Iiuia V.V 1 4,tt 5t I
ChlcuKU 31.1 ' j.i'J i&.mi
Total 58.164 16.512 71-.017
1 l'oTea Mnr el.
j NEW YORK. Mtrch 1 9 'O F F K E Ma .'
1 Vet for futuret opened teidv ut uni hangel
' p. li e. to a de lli.e .f 5 points tinder snull
tir7.ru gs n tea sviei of demand
I close dull at e net ) - line of
points, alth sales retried of only
F. Day Cl Co.
Slock. Grain, I'rovialori m
Skip Voir lirii lo. Is. r
t bleatto and Mlnaeapolla Dellvera
Onelghtl) coininiaalon ou OraJn,
gutitet ou Siocka. l'lotnpt and carvtul
.fiiention given 10 uutaide accounts. v rn
for 1 ui d.lly Market Letter, mailed tra.
Th , lltfiil raaaj Jtiag.
'.tJl.j I OMAHA. 8ES.
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