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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEK: WEDNESDAY, MARCH. 21, 190G.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Leading Cereal Taken Decline of
Half Cent. 1
WHEAT IS SELLING ON EVERY ADVANCE
Raster ( rnarri Ha I it to Be l.ona Blaj
l.tnew shorts Principal Rarrt
la (orn, bat F.le
OMAHA. March 20. 190C.
The opening s marked by it'tdlnra
at prices unchanged to t,c lower, but trade
" light and prices showed an Inclination
to drag. C'ush ri' iimnd at Minneapolis and
at the southwestern markets wu reports
good, cables were higher, and there was
mM to be an Improvement In the flour
demand. (In every spurt there was wheat
for ale an1 outside Interest was too liajht
to absorb It The eastern crowd la said
to be Ion? a bin line. The weather in fa
vorable. The ( low was at the bottom and
lj- lower than Monday.
Shorts were the principal buyer In tha
corn pit, but at the early advance elevatora
old heavily aRalnst purchases made In
tha country. The market lost all Us ad
vance and a little more. Farmers are
showing more of a disposition to part with
their corn and an Increased movement Is
Oats were steady. May cloned ',4c higher
and deferred futures unchanged.
Uverpool closed 4V4d higher on wheat
and 'in higher on corn.
Primary wheat receipts were 422.0OII bit.,
and shipments 23l,OW bu., against receipts
Ihhi year of JuS.txJi) bu.. and shipments of
:0i3.nrt bu. Torn receipts were 373,000 bu..
and shipments 333,000 bu..' against receipts
of pw.fMt bu. last year and shipments of
4.V4.0W bu. Clearances were 1,736 bbls. flour,
LIU.OuO bu corn and ll,8oo bu. oats.
Hradatreet noted an Increase of 38,0is bu.
In tha vlslhlo wheat, a decrease of l.OSa.OuO
lu. In corn, and a decrease of 1.168.0UO bu.
Prlngle wired, the Von Porn Oraln com
pany: "A prominent house here who had
the last Argentina estimate and which was
for surplus of 112.O4O.0uO bUHhels. have a
cable from there this morning reducing the
estimate to 75,000,0f'O or o2,i00,00u bushels.
(Slaughter's man. who predicted 'iS.OOvt'H)
bUBhels, and who nas been correct on
Argentina for five years, will win out yet."
The local range ot options:
I Open. I High. I Low. Closa.
394 U Sr4A 39-aA
A asked. B bid.
Omaha Caah Bale.
OATS-No. 4 -white. 1 car at 2b4c.
4 Omaha Caah Prlcea.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 724fn754c; No.
tiard, 6tf71c; No. 4 hard. Wttisc; No.
erring, 72ii73c: No. 1 soring. 6ifri70c.
COKN-No. 8. 34c; No. 2 yellow. 3We;
No. 3 white. 39o.
OATS No. 3 mixed. &Wg?fic: No. 3
white. 29fn29'4c; No. 4 white. 2Kc.
R Y E No. 2. 63e; No. 3. 514c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago C 279 229
Kansas City 25 12 13
' Minneapolis 10
Omaha 7 SX 34
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Fratares of the Trading; and Closing;
Prlcea on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, March 20. Increasing receipts
Ju the northwest and the proepect of a rec
rd-breaklng crop In the aouthwest had a
weakening effect today on the local wheat
market. The tone at the close waa easy
Sjtnd the May option waa down 4c. Cora waa
Tn hc. oats snowed a gain ot "40. r rovis
ions were a snaoe lower to 1H0 nigner.
Sentiment In the wheat pit throughout the
day was bearish and although - prices at
times were slightly above the closing quo
tations of last nlgbt there waa a tendency
toward lower values. There was no Innu
enttal buying in evldenoe and the market
received Its principal support from shorts.
Fit traders and commission houses were the
chief sellers. The main encouragement of
the bears waa found In reports from Kansas
City that the prospects for a large crop of
winter wheat are dally growing blighter.
Heavy receipt In the northwest despite the
poor Condition ot country roads also tended
to reduce prices. Factors that strengthened
the market - were firm cables and a de
creased estimate of the Argentina surplus
available for export. The market closed
easy with prices at the lowest point of the
day. The May option opened unchanged to
VfWic lower at 78tf7OTiJ to 74c. sold be
tween 7R4c and 7!4c and closed at 7a4o.
July ranged between 77H5 and 74c and
closed with a net loss of 4ttka at 77SU7740.
Clearances of wheat and flour were equal to
18.000 bu. . The world s visioie supply as
shown by Brtulstreet'a Increased S8.000 fau.
l'rimary receipts were 422.000 bu.. compared
u.lth l mi ho. a Vear Bin. Minneapolis.
Duluth and Chicago reported receipts of 3tf
cars, against. 263 cars last week ana .la cars
a year ago. .
Small local receipts and firm cablea caused
a aianriv corn market and prices throughout
the day held within a narrow range. Early
tn the day there waa a fair demand by
commission houses and offerings were read
tiv taken. Latter, however, the market
weakened somewhat because of reports In
dicating an Increase In the movement of the
ornn in tha near future. The close was
steady. May opened a shade lower to 4c
higher at 44'i 44V c to 4c, soia on iu w aim
.!.. .1 t the low point. I.ocal receipts
were 279 cars, with six cars of contract
'riffe were firm all dav. There waa good
buying for Investment account and a fea
ture ot the trading was liberal purchases
of the May option by a prominent commis
sion house. May opeuea uncmiuru ot
sold un to 3oVfi9i4c and closed at 304o.
1 ..l rx(nta were 2?9 cars.
Provisions sold at prices which marked
new high led for the season. Lard in
particular wtvs strong and had a bullish
effeet on t. entire list. Shorts and local
..nkr mre active huvers. Iater. how
ever, the greater part of the gain was lost
on liberal pront-taklng. A UllOc advance In
the price of live hogs and an excellent e
n,.n f,.r caaii lard were the main bullish
Influences. At the close May pork was up
7'o at $1.?74. Ird was up 00 ai .y.
Rll.s were a shade lower at W.tv."yn.tia
Katlmated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
4 cars: corn. 1 cars: oats, 2 cars; hogs
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcles.l Open. Hlgh.l Iow. 1 Close. Yes y
44 I 441
AA . IS, 1
2.v 4fjSI 4
I 16 23 I 18 4&
I K 10 I 14 40
1 JTH! 1
111 10 I 16 2U41 I la
5 40 I
Caah nuotatlons were ss follows
FLOCK Dull; winter patents. (i.44i3.H0
lm.r airalifhts. Kl.ltl3.: ei'tln itaients
ti 5;.''i3.W; straights, K!.i"i3.50, bakers', tZ 'j)
a 2 w.
WHEAT No. t spring.- 7-isc; No.
priiiK. rj'dTXc; No. 2 red, 2VtM4c.
CORN-No. t 4:'443c; No. i yello
UATS-No. 2, Sc; No. while, 2!4fc:!1c
HiK-No. 2. 0llWl-.
BARLEY lood feeding. 37to74-: fair to
. hole inaltinu. 4fwl6Uc
8KKl)S No.- 1 flax. 81.044: No- 1 north
western. II. 104. frime timotny, w.l.v
.lover. itntrH't graile. ?M.ot.
PROVISIONS Mess twik. per bhl.. I1S.I0
il.3o. Laid, per I1"' lbs.. 174- Short ribs
o.le, (looxel l'f"llt). Short clear siil
I boxed I, I.si8 o.
Receipts ;n.,i shipments of grain and flour
.ue e ttUtAs: . iiece'fi. eiiipni-nta.
larlev. bu . .
nil the produce exchange today the but-
er market as ste.oly; creameries Ivii'M'-c:
laiiles, lSti:3e. r'KK,, steady; at mark,
ases Incluiled. 134c; flrats. 134c; prime
li tis. 11 '.,c. extras, 16c. Cheese. st udy,
l.lrerMol t.rala and Provisions.
LIVERPOOU March rt.-VHEAT Spot.
onlliial; fulurrs. dtetv: M.ir, ,. noimna':
.lav. (. I. JuU, (s (rVl
loKX -pH''. th in; AmerK.iu mticj.'hea.
4s14d; American mixed, old, 4s T'fcd. Fu
tures, Arm; March, nominal; May, 4s Id.
SEW IORK GKKRAI. MARfLF.T
4)aotaloas of the Das- oa Varloas
SEW TORK. March 30-FIOCR-Re-eliits.
18.8JK bbls.: exports. S hbls. : mar
ket dull but firmly held: Minnesota patents.
4.iitj4 (; Minnesota bakers. I3.4"M3.;5: win
ter patents. winter straignts.
13 7i3.hii; winter extras. I2.7V3 2S: winter
low grades. t2.54M 3i. Rye flour dull;
fair tn aood. 13.4oti4.ii0: choice to fsncy.
fcl X-Qi 20.
4 OKN.MKAL Firm; flne white and yel
low. 81.15: coarse, llufl'bl.os: kiln dried.
R A RLET Steady ; feeding. 404c e. L f. I
Buffalo; malting. 4!5&V' p. 1. t. Buffalo.
WHEAT-Receipts. Mt.oon bu spot ma--1
ket Irregular; No. t red, SoSc elevator: 1
No. 2 red. 87ao f. o. b. aflost: No. 11
northern, Duluth, RS-c f. o. b. afloat. The,
wheat opening waa steady on cables. De
clining toward noon tinder favorable home
crop news and Increase In world s stocks
and liquidation the market later recovered
on Increased demand west, reduced Argen
tina surplus estimates and covering. It
Anally broke under bearish reports as to
northwest stocks and closed 4'8Ho net
lower. May, V 1-lrtc, closed 4c;
July. WuK4W. closed 84c: September. hZWii
8.14c. closed 824c
OK Receipts, 4i.ua nu.; exports. M.ivi
bu.; snot market firm; No. 2, I24c elevator
end 494c f. o. b. afloat; No. 3 yellow, 604?;
No. 2 white. 604c. Option market was
firm up to the last hour on light receipts,
firm cablea and bull surnort. but finally
eased off with wheat, closing partly 4
net higher. May. fttHijOo-Vc, closed 304c;
July. 5OWj'r0c. closed 6oc: Seotember.
61ti614c closed Mc; December, 50c, closed
OATS Recelnts. C7.SHI) mi.: exnorts. ll.JtiiO
bu. ; spot market firm; mixed oats, 28 to
38 pounds. H5ti.4c; natural white, 30 to 'ai
pounds, X.VarftSc; clipped white, 3D to 40
HAY Dull; shipping. 4o(S0c; good to
HOl'H Sleadv; state common te choice
IV. limine; 1!M, 7ic: olds, 5r7c. PaclflJ
uoasi, 110, SWl.lc; 4, IrTllOr-; OU18, 45C.
11 1 r . 1 .'1 a. . .-. . . ... . . n. .
"iftn eieaujr; uaivesion. u to 0 10s.,
50c; California, A to U lbs., 2i.-; Texas
dry, S4 to Ju Ihs., lc.
I. RATHER Strong; acid. 264r27Hc
PROVISIONS Heef. barelv steadv: fam
ily. 110.504(11.00; mess, 19 oofa W OO; beef hams,
lJ0Onj2l.nO; packet. 110.00 10.60; city extra
India mess, !18.flifl8 50. Cut meats, firm;
pickled bellies. 19. 10.26; pickled shoul
ders, I7(Jir7.W: pickled hams. HO.5tiW10.7i.
Lard, strong; western prime, !ft.Ioi'0N.K; re
fined, firmer; continent. I6; South
America, IS. 15; compound. !6.124i&.374.
Pork, firm: family. H7..Suta18.00: short clear.
Ilo. i.V(H7.7S; mess, Ils.a017.00.
1AL.L.OW steady ; city, oc; country, 69
RICE Quiet; domestic, fair to extra.
JVntie; Japan nominal
Rt, n fc-R Irregular; renovated, common
to extra, 114'qlftc.
CHKL'SE Firm: atate full cream small
and large, colored and white fancy, 14
144c; state, good to prime, 134l3e; state,
common to fair, 114il3c.
EGOS Firm; state. Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy, selected white, 21622c; atate,
cnoice, iijk! state, mixed extra. 16c;
western firsts. 17c: western seconds. Wc:
southerns, 1517o. '
POULTRY Alive, firm: western rhlckens.
114c; fowls, 144c; turkeys. HiHtc. Dressed,
firm; western chickens, lo'13c; turkeys, IVff
ic; iowis, 119144c.
t. I.oals General Market.
ST. LOl'18. March 20. -WHEAT Futures.
weak; cash, firm: No. I rod cash, elevator.
83&!(itc; track. 34c; May, 74c; July, 764c;
no. z-nara, vH'ur'C.
CORN Lower; No. 2 cash, 414c; track,
4c; May. 414c; July. 4246424c.
OATS Firm; No. 2 cash, 304c; track, 314
4S32c; May, 304c; July, 284c; No. 2 white,
FLOl'R Steady: red winter natents.
t4.15ft4.26; extra fancy and straight, 13.70(9
,.tw; tn'ars, liwoBO.
SfcJKD Timothy, steady, 12.60(92.80.
CORNMEAL Steady, 12.20.
BRAN Steady; sacked east track, 863.
HAY Firm: tlmothv. Iti.0o4r14 r.l: nr. trie
IRON COTTONTIES 11.02.
HEMP TWINE 74c.
PROVISIONS Pork, firm' 1oh1ln llii
Lard, higher; prime steam, 17.75. Dry salt
meats, steady: boxed extra shorts Un
clear rlba, I8 B7H; short clear, $9. Bacon,
steady; boxed extra shorts, $9.60; clear ribs.
$9,624; short clears, $9.75.
POULTRY Firm; chickens, 104c; sprlnga,
H4o; turkeys, 16o; ducks. ISc; geese. 74
eci luiv-iiniij creamery, mxaaac; dairy.
KUB-43teadv- at 124c, case count.
' ' - rteeelnta. fihlnmait.
Flour, bbls 4 oti in inn
J heat, bu s,ooo a.0i 0
Corn, bu 37,000 t.ooo
0t. bu 70.000 . .. 66.000
Mlaneaaolla Grata Market.1
'Superior Board "of Trad quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery) The
range of prices, aa furnished by F. D. Dav
A Co.. 110-111 Board of Trade building, was
Articles.! Open. Hlgh. Low. Cloae. Tea y.
71i$ . 774
74f 41 '. 794
Minneapolis Caah ClAK-urh. -
hard. 774cj No. 1 northern. 774c; No', t
norwiern, ia7c; no. J. 73"a744c; No 1
Durum. 70c; tin. Durum. ft4c. Corn:
No. I yellow. 372h4c; Ne. 1, S7Viti37Ue
Available SaoBllea .1 n..i.
NEW YORK. March 20. -Special cable and
..-!-, mmv communications received by
Bradstreet'a show the following changea In
available sunnllea aa r.mn...j i , 1.
vlous account: 1
Wheat United States and Canada, east
of the Rockies, decreased 862,000 bu.; afloat
for and In Europe. Increased 100,000 bu
total supply, increaaed 88,000 bu.
.wl"' V"'1 States and Canada, east of
the Kockiea i aoc a. ....
Oats, United States arid Canada, east of
4., ,wr"a l.ltis.ooo bu.
mi lufJi'i" decreases reported this week
- . iiiauiiiiua, iw.uuu at the
Mlnneaimha npho. i 7A .
L ' ; - ...... ... rir.niun BJ.IW at
Omaha. 67 n in elevatora In the vicinity of
;V -a e-..::.;;,.""0 w-uw ,n Chicago
KSbti. M Bur,lnton' Increased
Kaasaa City Grata and Prorlaloaa.
KANSAS CITY. March 20. WHEAT
"IE- 'c:, L rumber,
24 cars ' "WCi N' X 8TeUC- R'Pts:
COHN-May Xc; July. 404c; Septem-
" v one, v , i u, j). gr
HAY Strong; choice timothy, $11 3111
Et.OS-'hteady ; Missojii and Kansas, new
m iiw-fl inciuuea. tc; e
lvmit, i.., ..avea leiurneu, ,c on.
, . Receipts. Shlpme
. orai. uu , Ul.umi
Corn, bu 12.m
Mlaaeauolls Grala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. March 20 WHEAT
May, 764c; July. 7c; September, 774o; No. 1
hard, 774c; No. 1 northern, 774c; No. t
FIXlUR First patents, $4.tl4.10: second
patents, t3.8ui3 9u; first clears, $3.501j3 til)
second dears, Ii4ufI2 65.
BRAN In bulk. I13.5tvgiJ.75.
Mtlwaek.ee t.rala Market.
MILWA4 KEE. March 30. - WHKAT
Bteady: No. 1 northern. n81c; No. 2 north
ern. 7'9c; May. 7t4c
KYK steady: No. 1. 3a4c.'
BAHLKY-Sleadj ; No. 2. 4a35o; sample,
CORN'-Iflgher; No. J cash. 41.'b4:4c;
May. 44c asked.
Philadelphia Preface Market.
PHILADELPHIA. March JO-BI TTER
Lficlianged; western creamery. i9c; extra
nearby prints, 32
EtitiS Firm; nearby fresh and western
fresh, 154c iu mark.
CHEKsjE-Fliiii; New York full creams.
llelath t.rala Market.
MM TII Marih 2". WHEAT To ai
rlve, No. 1 northern. 7i4c; No. 2 northern.
744c; on track. No. 1 northern. 7tP,c: No j
northern. 744c: May. 774c; July, ',9c; Sep
ii.tTS-un track and to arrive. S4c May.
Peoria t.rala Market.
PEORIA. March 20 -CORN-Hlgher: No.
3 yellow. 424c; No. X, 411 Vi No. 4. 414c; no
OATS-Firm; No. 1 white. r&304c: No.
I white. J!, .iK.e.
WHISKY On the Usls of $J.J
Toledo aeed Market.
TfLEIa. March !. SEKD8 Mover,
n.v, .vprll. $ - Alaike. prime, UU.
Timothy, prime, $1 K
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Prices Advance olisrhtlj on OoTerun Opera
tioni by Profeuional Bears.
MARKET GENERALLY WEAK ANO SLUGGISH
CUelng la Flrna, with ales the
Hlahest of the Day Boad
Market Steady and
NEW YORK, March 20-The demand for
stocks, which caused today's partial re
covery of yesterday's losses, was not of
an important character. I ne snnnsage in
the volume of the transactions Is Itself
evidence of this fart. So also is the dis
tribution of the day'a recoveries on lines
closely parallel with yesterday's declines.
inis is pretty clear evidence always 01 me
covering operations by professional bears.
The responsibility of this element for some
part of yesterday's pressure on the market
waa evident from the character of some
of the rumors circulated on the Stock ex
change and which were shown this morning
to be totally without foundation. Sudden
failure of health and death for half a dosen
prominent capitalists were alleged In these
rumors, which could only have been origi
nated In an attempt to depress prices In
view of the lack or foundation proved lor
The demand today to collect the short
contracta put out during the circulation
of these rumors was a natural consequence.
That the buyln extended beyond these
limits was generally disbelieved. Foreign
markets gave an Impetus to the recovery,
owing to the encouragement felt over the
proepect of a settlement of the difficulty
over Morocco. News of actual develop
ments, however, had very little reflection
In the market and offered no Important
changes from conditions existing yesterday.
News from the conferences looking to a
settlement ot the coal mining labor dis
pute snowed no detinue outcome in pros,
pect. An advance In the price of Sugar
was an Incident of the day. The recovery
In Amalgamated Copper gave rise to dis
cussion of the growing foreign demand for
the metal, although the prices in lxndon
yielded today after a sharp advance yes
terday. Oross earnings of railroads reporting for
the second week In March showed a de
cided shrinkage In the ratio of Increase
over last year compared with that since
the first of the year, which la attributed
to the Increased difficulties of operation
caused by the bad weather conditions.
The situation In the money market was
not changed and no effect waa shown bv
the payment of the final Installment on the
Japanese loan. Money rates here were
unchanged and discounts yielded In London.
roreiarn exchange here was inclined to
yield but very slowly. Reports were cur
rent of the probability of further remit
tances to the home market of Japanese
funds on deposit here.
The last half hour of the trading In the
Stock exchange waa the moat extensive
of the day, the demand from the short
interest showing Increaaed energy. The
market was favorably affected also bv
news that definite terms of settlement of
the Moroccan dispute were believed to
have been agreed upon. The closing tone
waa decidedly firm and at about the top
Bonds were steady. Total ssles. nar
value, $2,OK5.000. United States new 4a ad
vanced 4 Pr cent on call.
1 he following are the quotations on the
rew lorn stock exchange
High. Lew. Cloa,.
AiMlftiulel Copper 44,100 146
A morion C. F 1,400 41
American c. ft F. pto
American Cotton Oil 1,104 14 II
Amorlnn Cotton Oil sfa
American Eipran 100 !tt Its
smariuan H. ft u. ptd l.oov u
American lc. aecurttlaa. ... 4. MO 4(74
American Ltnaaed OH
Amarlcan LlosaM Oil pfd.
American Locomotlra ....
Amir. Locomottra pfa....
Amrtran fl. 4k R
Amarlran 8. ft R. pfd....
Amtrlraa Sugar Raflnlns.
Am. Tobacco pfd ctti 400 103 tot lu
Anaconda Mining Co 4I.0 144 20 jm
Atcninon 11.700 ,1
Atrhlon pfd 700 101 lot
Atlantis coast ulna 1.100 im li.4
baltlmora ft Ohio. 1.400 110 lot
Raltlmor A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Transit.....
Central of New Jaraey
Chaaapeska ft Ohlo....o...
Chicago ft Alton v.
Cthtcago ft Alton pfd
fhtago Great Waiters
Chlrago ft Northwattorn....
Chicago. Mil. ft St. Paul...
Chicago T. ft T
Chicago T. ft T. pfd
C C. C. ft St. Lou I,
Colorado Fual ft Iron
Colorado ft Southern
400 tn jo
"t.ii 174H lTIH
M ll'i It
Colorado ft So. 1st pfd.....
Colorado ft So. Id pfd
Com Producta, ctfa
Corn Producta pfd, ctfa.....
Palaa-ara ft. Hudton
Dalawar. L ft W ,.
ban var ft Rio Oranda
Danrar ft Rio Oranda pfd..
Kris 1st pfd
Brie td pfd
Illinois Cantral .'
International Paper pfd
Inlsrnatlonal Pump pfd
Iowa Cantral pfd
Kansas City So., 01-rlghta.
k. C. So. pfd., ei-rltns...
LoulSTlll, ft NaahTill
Metropolitan Itraat Hjr
Minneapolis ft St. Louis....
M , St. P. ft S. 8. M
M., St. P. ft I. g. M. pfd..
Missouri, kanaaa ft Taxas..
Missouri. K ft T. pfd
National R. R. om M. pfd.
how York Cantral
Now Tors. O. ft W
Norfolk ft Western
Norfolk ft W. pfd
P.. C. C. ft St. Louis
1.J00 144 144
Pressed Steal Car 1.VO0 111, II
Pressed Stsel Csr pfd
t'ullmaa Palace Car
Reading 74.100 lr7
Resiling 1st pfd 100 SA
Heeding Id pfd
Kcpuhllo Stsel toe
UcpuDllc Steal pfd Too
Hoc Island Co Moo
kock Islsnd Co. pfd 1,400
St. L. ft S. F. td pfd 00
St. Louis Southwestern
St. Louis Southwestern pfd
Southera Pacise pfd
Southern Rallaar ,
Southern Railway pfd
I'siiniasee Coal ft Iron
Tssss ft Pacific
loladu. St Luul, ft W. ...
Toledo. St. Louis ft W.
t nlou PaciOc pfd
t iiitcd stataa Kir
t uilad fctalas haaltir
I'ultcd Stataa Ruhbsr
t'nltsd States Rubtwr pfd
1 niisa stataa sisal
I'nlted Sistss btael ptd..
Va. -Carolina Chemical .,,
V 4. -Caroline Cham, pfd..
44. SOU It
Wsbaah pfd guO
W'sstern Lnlon. i-dlv 100
Wheeling A Lake Brto M
W lsionsin ( antral .
Wisconsin Central pfd.
Northern Paul Be
1.700 14 111 it
44 41 1 44
I antral Leather pfd las lu. u
alosa Sheraeld Steel I.lixj 7,14
Total sale, for the day, 414.4011 shsres
Boats gtocka aad Boada.
BOSTON. March 20 -Call loans. &4ie per
nt; time loans. 44664 per cent. OfTiolal
closing on stocks and bonds:
Atchleoa tdj. 4a.
SI'S. Caatral 4a
Boston ft Albany
Aoaiaa ft Maine
Hnaton delated ....
N. Y.. N. H ft 11..
I'nlon Pa' lie
Amr Arga. chem
Amer. Pnew. Tirba...
Amer. T ft T
Hcmli.iuo I ft S
Mk.Ulena Klac. Ills..
. 1 Amer waa (lac ..
. M Atlantic
.101 , Bingham
.!M Cel. ft Heels
.1441, Copper Hsutjt
.Ill iDait Wast
.lei Isle Rsrala
. it Maaa. Mining
. t iMlchigsa
. U IMohawt
.11. Mont. C ft C
. Iw7 Old Oomlruoa ...t..
. U Parrot
. -1 S.isauaa
.141 ;eTanuirack e.
. it , Trinity
. at t ailed Copper
. 41 If. S. Mialna
. il t
I nited knilt lot It. I. Oil.
inuee snea Mack.... aivi tah
da ptd ie .'ictorta
V. I Steal tt Winona
do pfd lol.t Wolrertne
Westing com aioa ... at North Butte ...
Adreatura H. gi
WASHINGTON. March JP Today s atate
menl of the treasury oa:ances in tne gan-
100 44 K4
ro J1.1 101
" too '44" 'ij
JO.OOO 404 57
1.404 4t 414
'"ioi 147" iii"
4.K0 M 11
" ioi "tiii 'io
' too 'it ii'"
T.soo 111 ir
lot 111 111
4,1M 14 14
eral fund, escltislve of the $ihn.fnn.niio gold
reserve, snows: Avallshle cash hslaivc,
$164,212,?; gold coin and hulllon. $77.7.; Jl;
gold certlflcatea. $44.RL':.Mt).
ew ltrk tittii Market.
NEW TORK. March 31. MONET On
ill. firm; highest. &4 tier cent; lowest. 4
per cent: ruling rate, 6 per pent: last loan.
&4 per cent: closing hid. ( per cent; offered
at a per cent. lime loaas, steany; sixty
and ninety daya, S4 per cent; six months,
HjS4 pr cent.
PRIM E MERCANTILE rArER-MS't
8TERUNO EXniANQE-Kttv, with
actual business In hankers' bills at $4 R&o.(
4 N for demand and at 14 KJhS'ri t '0 for
sixty-day bills; posted rates. $4 S31 and
$4ho444 $7; commercial bills. 14 4.'',ti 4 S2'.
BlLVKR Har. 54c: Mexican dollars. 60c.
BONUS Oovernnient, firm; railroad,
Closing nuotatlons on bonds today were
C. 1. ret. la.
....lMJapsn ta. td aerie,
104i rln 4a rtfs
....lo do 4s rlfs
101 do 14 series
....lrctiL ft N. anl. 4s...
....im Msn. e. g. 4s
;....llItlMex. Central 4s..
....1121 do 1st Inc
. t 4
do coupon ,
V. 8. tn. rag.
do coupon .
. s. old 4a. rag...
V. 8. new 4a, rag..
Am. Tobacco 4o. ...
7 ssllnn. ft St. L.
.114,M., K. ft T.
Atebleon gee. 4t....
.1"4, do is
do adl. 4s
R. R. of Td e. 4a. 4
Atlantic C. L 4t...
Dal. ft Ohio 4a.....
Y. C. g. ls
J. C. g. 4s...
do lt ,
No. Ptclflc 4t...
N. ft W. c. 4s..
t). S. L. rfdg. 4s
Brk. R. T. c. 4....
Central of Ot. 4s...
do let Inc.
do Id Ino
ssPenn. conr. ls.
do Pd Inc
to Reading gen
Chea. ft Ohio 4s....tot l.
U ft 1.
M. c. (a. 117
Chlcago ft A. Is.
C, B. ft Q. n. 4s.
C, R. I. ft P. 4a.
I. ft 8.
F. ft 4. 14
,..inn!st. L. 8. W. r.
... 7'Hahoard A. L. 4s
,. . 1M
do col. 4a
So. Pacific 4s.
CCC. ft 8. U g.
Colo. Ind. ta, ear.
do 1st 4s rtfs...
Co. Rsllwsy 4s...
Texss ft I'. Is ...
T.. 8t. L. ft W. .
L'nlon PaclSc 4a..
do conr. 4s
C 8. Steel td 6a.
do deb. R
Western Md. 4s...
do ft rice B
Colorado Mid. 4a...
Colo, ft So. 4s
I), ft R. S. 4a
maimers' See. Is..
Brie p. I. 4a
do sen. 4e
Hocking Val. 4t.
W. ft I. C. 4s.
Wit. Central 4s It
London Closlnar 8toeUs.
LONDON. March . Closing quotations
on atocks were:
Consols, money 404 K. T. Central
no acraunt so t-is Norfolk ft v.
Anaconda 13 do pfd
Atchison ti Ontario A W.
do pfd lot Pennsylvania
Raltlmor ft Ohio 111 Rand Mines ..
Csnsdlnn Pad Be ....!! Reading
Chea. ft Ohio ili do let p,d..
Chicago Ot. W tl do td pfd
C. M. A St. P,al...l7t8outhern Rsllwsy
is I aa pM
a Southern Pi-'lfti .
Penvwr ft R. O
. 4 ,
l 8. Steel
do pfd ,
do 1st pfd
do td pfd
Loulsrtlla ft Nash..,
M , K. ft T..
fcl LV KR Bar! "firm.
8Wd per ounce
MONEY S-&4 per cent
The rate of discount In the ouen market
for short hills is a&-l4t.tS Pr cent; for
three months' bills, S4 per cent.
ew York Mining torks.
NEW YORK. March 20. Closing q
tions on mining stocks were:
Little chief ...
Hmsll Hopes ..
Brunswick Con ...
Com stock Tunnel .
Con. Cal. ft Vl...
OMAHA. March 20. Bank clearings for
today were $l,Fj&3,984.43 and for the corre
sponding date last year $1.341,)1S.2!.
BOSTON. March 20.-WOOL-The sales of
wool during the last week have lieen widely
scattered at firm prices. The strong open
ing of the London wool sales last week has
strengthened tne tocai market on an
grades. There haa been a fair movement of
territories, though the scored cost does not
show any material change, pulled wools
are In fair demand. Foreign grades are
firm. Leading quotations follow: Ohio and
Pennsylvania XX and above. 3&'8".l6'c : X.
$2S34c; No. 1. W&iDv; No. 2. Mic; fine un
washed. HHUMW. 4-hlood unwashed. Xi&
824c; 4-hlood, 83gMHc; 4-hlood, 8iiai4o;
unwashed delaine, 2h2!c; fine washed de
laine, 84Vrf'3o. Kentucky, Indiana, etc.
4 and 4-hlood. S&ftKk." Territory and Idaho
Fine, 2223c; heavy 'flue, l4i20c: fine me
dium, ah&lc; medium. -aC7e: low medium,
2b'crz7c. tv yoming rTue. iVaVic; heavy fine,
lSifiiOc; fine medium. 'JSS-Oc: medium. 26vii
27c; low medium. 2.4i27c. I'tah and Nevada
Fine, 22i&Sjc; heavy fine, W&iOc; fine me
dium, 22t&23c; medium, 2bj27c; low medium,
2fij27c. Dakota Fine, 22'g2Sc: fine medium,
22a2Sc; medium, 27i628c: low medium, inW
27o. Montana Fine choice, 24W26c; fine
average, 2Stf24c; fine medium choice, 24i2oc;
average. Sft&Jtc; staple, 27i&2oc; medium
LaJNDON, March 2V WOOL The offer
ings at the wool salea today amounted to
ot).wt bales; competition was spirited and
prices were firm; fine merinos were 74 per
cent and croashreds 16 per cent dearer:
tine greasy crossbreds were taken by
Americans; a lot of a.gnn bales of Puma
Arenas sold quickly. , Following are the
sales In detail: New South Wales, S.OoO
bales; scoured, lsftlelld; greasy, 7dfils3d.
Queensland, 800 hales; scoured. Is IdQXn
74d; greasy. tdiSls. Victoria, 8t bales;
scoured. Is 14d. South Australia, m bales;
scoured, KHidQls 104d. West Australia, 400
"sifs, acouieu, is sera is no ; greasy, 7,01
Is fd. Tasmania, 600 bales; greasy, lid's
Is 2d. New Zealand. HMD hales: a,.r,i,.jT
lOdeislOd; greasy. 7dtrls 4d. Punta Arenas!
2.1100 baea; scoured. Is Id&ls 44d; greasy.
nr. lAJi 18. March 20. WOOI-8teady ;
medium grades combing and clothing 24'rf
2Sc; light fine. 21 424t;; heavy fine, l22c;
tub washed, 328 4Cc.
NEW YORK, March lO.-METALS-The
Ixindon tin market was Ss higher, with soot
Closinr at Jl7 10a and futures at SIKS i5s.
vuyswiy mere wss a slight advance on the
Inside price and the market closed steady.
Copper was unchanged locally with lake
quoted at $18.VJlii 7o: casting, $10.21800;
electrolytic, $l.fXo 18.16, Lhe Ixindon mar
ket was easier, with spot quoted at 81 and
futures at 7 10s. Lead waa Is 3d lower at
sSU 2a ltd In London, but remained quiet and
unchanged at $3 60ir4.SO locally. Spelter was
unchanged at 24) 15a In London, but ruled
a shade easier locally and closed at $ti.l!i'
6.26 for spot. Iron was lower abroad, clos
ing at 4ns 9d for standard foundry and at
4ss 44d for Cleveland warrants In the Eng
lish market. Locally no change was re
ported. No. 1 foundry, northern. Is quoted
at $18.7619 .36; No. a foundry, northern,
$17.75'H'l8.So; No. 1 foundry, southern. $18,261
18.75; No t foundry southern. $17.76018 "6
ST. LOPIS. March 20.-M KTA L8 Leud.
steady at $6,274- Speltor, steady at $.18.
NEW TORK. March 20.-COTTON-8pot
closed quiet, 26 points lower; middling up
lands. 11.16c; middling gulf. 11.40c. No sales.
LIVERPOOL, March ).-4X)TTON-Sr. t,
moderate business done; prices Kp.1 points
higher: American middling fair, 41d; good
middling. U.lld; middling. 5 Hid: low mid
dling, 676; good ordinary, 6.a7d: ordinary,
6.41d. The sales of the day were 8.0taJ bales,
of which l,t) were for speculation and x
port, and Included 900 American. Receipts,
34iOf) bales, Including &.4i American.
ST. IXJl.'IS. March io COTTON Market
quiet; middling. 10 16-1&C. Sals, none: re
celpta. 1X1 bales; shipments. 18 bales; stock,
NEW ORLEANS. March SO.-COTTON-Spot
closed quiet. Sules. 1.160 hales; ordi
nary, Ttc: good ordlnarv, 8 8-loV: low ni'il
dllng, 101-loc; middling. loc; good mldd'liig
Utac; middling fair, 114c. Rece.ptx. 74. 4-. I
bales; stock, SfcO.loS bales.
Oils and Roaln.
NEW YORK. March 20.-OlL-Cotu.ii-seed.
Arm; prime crude, f. o. b. mills, 2Wi
26c; prime yellow. 3.'4io3c. petroleum,
steady; refined. New Yoik, $7 60; Philadel
phia and Baltimore. $7.55; prime. In bulk,
$4.66. Turpentine. 721i724c.
ROSIN Firm; strajued, common to good,
OIL CITY. Mavi'li f t.-Otl.B-Credlt bal
ances. $168 Shipments, in.lul bbls.. ve..
age. 2.ai4 bbls.; runs. 12.677 bbls.. sverage,
63,6o4 bbls. Shipments, Lima, 48.or& lib. a.,
average, i.VT, bbls.; runs, Lima. 1737 bbls..
average S6,4ti bha,
SAVANNAH. March l-O.-Ol L-Tui peiit.ne,
KOS1N Firm; A, B, C. I. E, F. $Sff. H.
$4.u5; I. $4 66; K, $6.; M. ei.45; N. $6sj; W.
O.. $S.lu; . W .
Sugar a ul Molasses.
NEW YORK, March 1". 8C4SAR-Ku.
firm; fair tenning centrifugal, so tent. S'u
$4c Refined, firm; No. 6. 4 Un-; No.-7. 4.15(, ;
No. 9. 4.u6c; No. 10, .u-; No. M. 16a - No
12. $.9uc: No. 13, 3 Sue; No. 14. I.85c; confec
tioners' A, 4 6tc; cut -loaf. i4c; crush' d.
S.4ee; powdered. 3 , granulated. 4 toe
MOLA88E8 Firm: ..New Orleans oin
kettle, good to choice, a aiic.
NEW ORLEANS. Mareli S0.-S13AR
flrni; open kettle eontrifugul, lii0 7-;.K :
centrifugal whites. $'44.-; yellows. 34fc
J U-I've; seconds. 2ai:i4e.
MOLASbrJS NoniMwtl: open kettle, JT?
v: centrtn:gsl. 7r'.rc
OMAIIA LIVE STOCK MARKET
BeeTM 81ow to Ten Lower, with 0ow$
Steady, leederi 8trou?.
HOGS ARE ACTIVE, FIVE CENTS HIGHER
keep Heeelpta er Heat, at All
Selling Points. rltk balnea
on the Down tirade and
SOl'TII OMAHA. March 24), lit"!.
Receint uere: i'attl lines itheen.
OMicihi .uonuay 4,oki a.oil
Othcial iuesday ',,.'wi ll.is.sj lt.tw
Two days this week 11.297 H.SPtt 31,aJ
Bailie uays last week.. h.k3 11. .44 So.MO
tame daya weeg before., s.uw li.4i li,,s
bame inree weegs ago. . .U,ot! IH..W Ih.TOl
bame tour weens ago....lo.u9 1,j42 2.li
ttame days last ytar o.OIi 11.069 M'iJ
The louuwuirf snows the receipts of cat
tle, hogs and sheep at bouth Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last year:
1:JU. II w. Inc.
Cattle li.o).l la.,127 si.owl
Hogs b.4"U 4J(.Wk1 loo,44l
bheep iM.130 2ii7 K'4,SiH
VK8TKKUAY H 8Hll'MKM'a.
The following shows the nunrber of cars
of stockers and feeders shipped to the
country yesteruay ana tnelr points of desti
nation: CATTLE. Cars.
C. A. Carlson. Uiooiuiieul. Neb., M. A O.. 1
Peck ft H.. Hurlington, la., t 1
Peterson & W., Osceola, Neh., L". P 1
H. J. llaiiHiur, Ui-eentleld. Neb.. Q I
Viirnuin Hros., Malcomb, la., K. 1 2
P. H. McNaniara, Van Peter, lit., R. I.... 1
John liebencr. Fremont, Neh., K. E 1
J. F. Mooi-nead, Thornton, la.. O. W 1
CAT I CE WL OTATIONS.
The following will ahow the prices paid
fur the u.rieieiii kinds of cattle on tne
South Omaha intrkc.
Good to choice oorn-fed steers $4 8S'(i5.60
Fair to choice corn-fed steers 4.tVn4.S6
Common to choice corn-fed steers.. 4.(Ka4.t6
Good to choice cows and heifers.. 3 7.Va4.tO
Oood to choice feeders 4.0tii4.60
Fair to good stockers and feeders.. $.Sij4.Qt)
Common to fair stockers 2.7Vu3.50
Bulls, stags, etc X.K100
RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha $2.3w4ji .00 $.li"a1.30
Chicago 1.6ri6.26 6.96u 46
Kansas Cltv 2.2i4o.9i) 6.0Kf6.20
St. louls 2.HKy6.00 5 tV)'u.05
Sioux City 3.0OUO.6O .06(6.
The following table shows (ha average
price of hogs at South Oman, for tha last
several days, with comparisons:
Data, I 1906. 1C.1904.19U1.1U2.1901.UOO.
4 8h j
6 14, 4 n
6 2n 4 71
I 18 4 7
I 4 79
5 16! 4 76
( 26 4 79
6 21 4 85
6 20 4 1)1
5 27 4
I 4 87
I 6 114l 4 81
6 03 4 911
0741 4 M
11 i 4 (,
, 6 01
10 I I
I 5 08
The official number of cars stock brought
In toduy by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs Sli p. U ses
c, M. t si. p
I'nlon Pacific system
C. & N. V eaat
C. N. W west
C, St. P. & M. O
C, B. &. J., east
C. B. ft g., west
C, H. 1. & P.. east
C. R. I. P.. west...,.
1 2 .. 1
.4 1 "... i
, 3 . 4
, 87 34 47
7K 55 2 1
39 1 4
, 45 21 10 2
.9 6 .. .
,4 2 .. ..
.277 157 tW 4
Chicago Great Western...
The disposition of the day'" receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
omBiit r'acaing v.u.,....i.uis
Swift atid Company. 1.153
Cudahy1 Packing Co 1.290
Armour & Company 1.434
Swift and Co., bt. joe.. .
Swift and Co., country,
W. I. Stephen
Hill & Son
Hamilton & Rothschild..
U F. Hus
J. B. Root A Co
Krey Packing Co
I'nlon Dresaed Beef Co.
Independent P'ck'g. Co.
Total $.201 11.047 13.36H
CATTLE There was a liberal run this
morning, about 300 cars being reported In,
as sgalnst 228 one week ago and 222 two
weeks ago. One year ago today there
were only ?18 cars reported In. it will be
noted that the receipts continue very heavy
and decidedly In excess of a year ago. In
spite of this fact the general market Is In
fair shape, although prices this week are
Owing to the very large receipts of beef
steers and to the further fact that-lower
prlcea were reported on the opening at
all other selling points, the market here
opens slow and weak. Buyers and sellers
were some time In getting together on a
trading basis and when they did the cattle
did not move any too freely owing to the
fact that buyers were diaposed to take
their time on aec tint of having so many
cattle from which to make selections. The
general market might be described as slow
to Wo lower ...
Cows ard heifers. In spite of the large
receipts of cattle were In moderate supply.
At the snrce time there was a good de
mand and In snlte of the weakness on beef
I cattle both cows ind heifers sold at good.
I steadv prices. In some instances those
who happened to have what buyers eape
' clullv wanted thought that they got out
I even hetter than yesterdsv.
I Feeders were also scarce and In active
demand, ao much so that buyers were
watching for that kin of cattle as they
came Into the yards. The result was that
all the desirable kinds of feeding cattle
sold at good, strona- prices.
br;ti hi r..n9.
v . Pr. No. A r.
1 wso 3 :i if nwt 4 o
J z I (11 H 1S4I 4 7"
I K.OO I 45 17 1241 4 7
J IM lt 11 US? 4 74
II 7 4 (SI 3 14S.4 4 7(1
t S.i 4 ("I 8 Ilt7 4 71
17 .M 4 HI !5 It4 4 75
til) 4 10 4 11H 4 Ml
1 tot 4 9 7 4 l
87 til 4 4o J Hit 4 IS
4 HOT 4 4'i 40 1140 4 4$
15 4 4 40 4 ltn 4 4
4 ti l 4 4il II It'll 4 Ii
lu 1104 4 4 ?S 1144 4 IS
M .Hit 4 4li It IIM 4 s
li tM 4 40 21 1144 4 to
It Iw7 4 44 t ll'U 4 HI
t 110 4 M 41 1 4 4l
14 1011 4 4 4u 13.17 4 11
t 44 4 t l t ISi'T 4 It
JO 1137 4 4r. 14 1!ll i 04
ii IIS: 4 44 11V4 4 nt
II lirt 4 40 II 134 I 14
10 1041 4 4'l II lets I 14
nt 1U47 4 44 4 1471 I to
1 tw) t Si 4 1141 i U
I t S 3S 1 Hi 74
1 110 1 40 1 1:70 I 71
1 W I 40 1 1U6J 1 4.'
1 1I.W 2 ID 4 llii II IS
t Hi 9 an 1 104) -.
1 1010 1 75 1 1010 I 44
1 7r.t S 74 21 104 I tn
1 ' 3 71 7 1144 1 to
1 770 ! 74 11 114J I M
1.. . 1U0 11 4 1071 1 M
I M S on 1 1160 I tn
1 hj On I ir I tn
1 1170 I 0 11 10M I t.1
1 too I 00 II IIU I M
t W !M t 1044 4 IS)
1 11:4 II Ou 7 1014 4 oa
1 1044 1 00 4 107U 4 49
1 MO I On 1 1 '"XI 4 UO
: Iliv S :i 1 Il5 4 !
1 IOsO I 14 1 1WSI 4 04
1 440 1 3S 4 Hot 4 bu
t II' J 1 IS 4 1141 4 04
1 te- : ti 1 lite 4 00
1 1110 3 si) 1 14WI 4 0C
1 1' JO I I 'J 1 1041 4 10
1 If I 4" 1 1'' 4 14
7 lit: I to 10 l;o4 4 14
1 Ilia 1 to T 1?4 4 IS
1 IS" I to .4 Usl 4 la
7 1001 I ai 5 1174 4 10
1 11 M) I 4o : l.S 4 to
1 1111 1 ti 1 MM 4 m
: to;0 1 t'i '7 1U 4 6e
t 4.-i f 4 4'.t 111
) su ic ir, ti too
4 H ST. 1 '," 4 m
t ... i l'i 1: Mr I la
I nt i it 7 is; 1 i
t wi :'. 1 1111 4 I"
1 4'0 1 ; 1 .' 4 IS
I m Iii I . li'atl 4 ii
1 1.'io 1
1 l.'l t !. K4t I U
1 1140 4 0" 1 linn I
444 I 14 t 1114 I 1
1 rttu I 4 ta 4 0
1 .Ite-i 1 1 10 4 10
1 14M I f
I 31" 4 ii J JU 5 4
1 4.''i 4 iJ 1 Us
tA 1 1 t 11 1
!74 I 1 IT l
1 1 re 1 ise 1 it
BTOCKKP8 AND FKKDERS.
SS? I 44
I7 I 74
to I It
I"4 I 4
4 1 40
It I at
. t7 I SO
. 7r I tn
W t 44
. til 4 14
, 44 4 H
741 t M
HOO8 Hogs opened a good 6c higher this
morning and the trade was fairly active
at the advanre. Some of the packers,
however, were bearish and were holding
off. so thst when the more urgent orders
were filled the market became easier, a
portion of the earlier advance being lost.
This weak spot was not of very long dura
tion, the trade reviving again as It le
came apparent that the demand waa really
very good. The hogs sold freely at tha
advance noted on tha opening, the nulti
going at K1SJH.1T4, as against $0 K.it
4 1 24 yesterday. The top today. was
74c higher than anything brought ester
day. The sales ott nepr would Indicate even
more than So advance, hut a portion nf
this was due to the fact that th quality
of the receipts waa very good, there being
a large proportion of right desirable loads
No. Ar. Sh. Pr. No. At. Sh. Tt.
10T 114 ... lf tt tt 4"l 117 V,
71 iSI (44 4 14 40 Itn IN 17V6
II 117 ... 10 71 M ... H'li
II Ill ... I 14 74 114 ... 174
4 ! ... 1131, 1: M 4 17',
42 171 ... I 1S! 17 144 140 4 17
4" lit ... I Ut, I, ill ... I 171,
4f) 10 M II, 42 Ml 41) 171,
16 14 ... I 1J , 44 Ill tO I 17,
77 104 40 14 34 " U0 4 17S
44 ...114 ... Ill it 171 ... I 171
42 t4 40 I II 1 K4 ... I l'i,
44 Kit 110 115 14 tit ... lilt
77 Ill ltO I 16 III. .114 ... IIS,
in tin ... I II II i ... I It
71 177 K I li 74 14.1 4 4 14
44. Ml ... I li 49 10 4 It
74 Ill 40 I II 10 14 ... 171,
4 114 ... I 11 V tn W 4 IV,
W 10 ... 1i 71 147 NO I 17,
4 in ... I II 71 141 ... I ITt,
71 1M tot I It 71 It 10 I tn
40 171 ... I It 71 Ml WIS
14 114 ... 4 14 7n 144 ... 4 M
77 too ... I 11 It 14 10 I K
44 1M ... I li 44 144 ... I tn
54 Ill ... I II ... I to
4f 11 ... I li 41 lt ... 20
44 .214 ... 17U 14 Va 10 It
4f- 242 ... I 171, 17 241 I to
44 r.7 M 4 17U 04 Jll 40 4 M
44 271 240 1 171, 41 11 ... 4 )
II 142 .. 1TV6 47 217 ... 1
71 141 ir0 4 17', 44 112 ... I
71 142 10 I 17, It... 117 M K
' :"t M 4 17V, 17 Ill ... I 114
43 ir.n lio inv, m 11; ... in
8HKEP Too mint sellers, too few buy
ers, the market slow and 10c lower; that
In brief tells the whole story of the sheep
trade, not onlv here, but at other market
points as well. Values seem to be on the
down grade, and aa the country keeps
pouring In the sheep and lambs, they con
This morning's offerings at this point
consisted almoet entirely of lambs, there
being very few sheep or ewes in sight.
The quality of the lambs was generally
good, although right choice stuff was
scarce. The demand on the part of pack
ers was about on a par with what It has
been of late, which means that It waa not
equal to the recelpta. Hence the trade was
very slow, even at prices 10c lower than
yesterday. Unfortunately the lambs gen
erally were too good for feedera, which
prevented buyers of that kind from doing
very much, although there were plenty of
orders to he filled.
It was very late in the day before much
business was transacted and. as was the
case yesterday, the market waa prolonged
Into the afternoon.
Quotations: Good tn choice native lambs.
$5 ;n-(Hj. 60; good to choice western lambs,
$4 267i.SO; fair to good lambs, .0VKr4.?6; cull
lambs, $4 50456. 60; good to choice light year
lings, $S.tj-tjS.g5; good to choice hesvy year
lings, $6.tsV(-6.SO; fair to good heavy year
lings. $5.4066.riO 1 good to cnolee wethers,
$fi.6trri6.76; fair to good wethers, $6.a66 66;
good to choice ewes, $4. 76476.10; fair to good
ewes, $4. 264. 46; cull sheep and bucks. $3.00
No. Wt. Pr.
232 western owes 97 4 60
2t4 western ewes K 00
74 western ewes ........ IN 6 09
260 western ewes, yearlings and
wethers $ $ 26
247 western cull lambs 69 6 60
$69 western wethers Ill $ 76 ,
27 western wethers Ill 6
$60 western lambs 8 45 1
15S western lambs tl W
tsU western lambs 69 6 2
10s Mexican ewes l 4 60
1U Mexican yearlings 97
691 Mexican lambs 7
268 Mexican lsmbs 77 X
CHICAGO I.IVR STOCK MARKRT
Cattle .Slow Hogs Fife to Tea Cna
' Higher Skeep gleady.
CHICAGO. March 20.-CATTLK Receipts.
4.6ort head; market slow, prloes steady; com
mon to prime steers, $3.H6tJti.4(t: cows, $3 tV3
4.60; heifers. $2.7rVr5.25; bulls. $19fM4.36:
calves, $3.0047.75; stockers and feoderg, $2.76
HOGS Receipts. 21.0CO head; market frfflOc
higher; choice to prime heavy, $ti. 401 60;
medium to gooa neavy, nani' w.
weights. $iS.ilMt1.46; good to choice heavy
mixed. $6.35j.40; peeking. $6.COrifi.374.
SHEEP AN1 LAMBS Receipts, 1S.O00
head; market, sheep steady; laniha, weak;
sheep. $4.60iii.60; yearlings, 16.75(66.40; lambs,
Kaasaa City Live itork Market.
KANSAS CITY. Msrch SC.-CATTLK Re
ceipts. 10,000 head. Inrluding 400 southern.
Market steadv; choice export and dressed
beef steers. $5.00(3690; fair to good. Kafi'tf
6i6: western fed steers. $$7o8.SO; stoclters
, . . M i,Vfij Kil aniillirn atrs. 63.50
ana iceuma. wwui-i ........ .. .
i6 i; southern cows. $2 .26!S4.00: natlvf cows,
$2.1$4.60; native neiters, lo.ouTjixau, on-,
$3 0;si4.26; calves. $3.0tS7.00.
HOGS-Recelpta. 10.600 head. Market was
6c higher: top, $.SO; bulk of aales. $i.lirt
; heavy. $6.?O.0; packers. $10fi.2r14;
pigs and lights. $6.0fe.174. ' ' '
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 7.tl0
head.. Market steady and active; nftlve
lambs. $5.7VS S0; western lambs, $5..&o,
ewe. and yearlings. $4.60fl6.O: western fed
ii Ik iiAiim- wsiiurn fed sheeo. 14. J5
jrm line". ' v." - -
f)J.76; stockers and fosders, $J.JW4 60.
w York l ive Sloek Market.
NBW YORK. March 30.-BEKVES-Re-ceipta,
l.il head; feeling steady, with mod
erate receipts reported for Wednesday.
Dressed, slow, but steady at 4c : -ports
today. 100 head cattle, l.osft head sheep
and .oo quarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts, head: no trade of
Importance; feeling steady. Dressed. y;
city veala.- $4?13c; market lower at Mt
"tHEEP AND LAMBS Recelpta, 10$
head; sheep nominally ateady; lambs, quiet
but alout steady; good to prim lambs,
HOGS Receipts, $.770 lieafl; non for
sale; nominally steady
K4. Lonls Live Steck Market.
ST. LOl'IS. March 20 CATTLE Receipts,
1 sco head. Including $10 Texans. Market 10c
higher. Native steers. $3.001 5.40; steers un
der 1 OW lbs., $3.204 !0; stockers and feed
ers f'atiB4.40: cows and heifers, $2.10fi6.tO;
can'nera. $1.752.60; bulls. $2.40I 4U; calves.
$2 6ti7.2i; Texas snd Indian steers, $3.s?4
4.70: cows and heifers. $2.i4i4.l6.
HOGS Receipts, 6t head. Market 6c
higher; pigs and light, l".iij'V46; packers,
ii ltrtjO.60; butcher and best heavy. $5.0,
IIEEP AND LA M BS Receipt. j.OVO
bead Market etesdy: native muttons, $4.00
Hji.50; lambs. $6.5oa.$6.
ftloax City l.lto ftork Matrkei.
8IOLX CITY. la.. March Jo.-t Hnefll.il
Telegram.) CATTI.E-Reeelpls. 1 Hot hnadj
market weak; stockeri higher; beeves 94. 2o
56t10: cows, hulls and mixed, $S."t)4.60;
stockers and feeders. $IOj4.SO: calves ami
yearling. $3.0064.3. ...
HOGSRecelpts. 4.600 head; inerkel Jo
higher, selling at IS.oituJ. 20: bulk of sales.
HEEP AND LAMB9-Reclpt. 400
head; market ateady-
it. Joseph Lire Stork Market.
ST. JOPEPH. Matvh JU. CATTLE Re
ceipts, :.:i$ hesd. Mrkel stesdv to luc
lower: natives. $4.Ufi r cows atil hlfrs,
$17S4i4 60; s'ockT inl feeders. $U. 4.6").
HOGS Receipts. 9 211 head. Market st
active and a shade p 5c lower: light. $! id
if.tU-u.: reedlum and heavy. $b.l3?.30; bulii,
'"sitEKP0 AND I.AMH(-Re'-ltil. S.X.i
head. V.atket steady; lambs, $4 .60.
took la Us hi.
Receipts of live stock the six prluclpgl
Ftoux Cltv ...
Van st Cltv .
"t. 4osp'i ...
Ca'tle Hg Bheen.
T.'ri J1 is.i li.'Mf
.'. , . ,i'.v I't.-fo 7 n't
....... '".:'l :'' a.wi
.... I.- tl.TAi i ')
4,f fi iii.ro
Ksiiirslrl 4. i I e a -'t trel "lts.
NEW YORK. Msrcli l0 - "JV A PORATK"
APPLF.S-MarW't ta otiirt. villi no exnort
demand ef crnseou'r-e I've.! tobbera
laklns en'y snsll lot Common fal"
ore nuotrd at 78V.e. fair to rood. ' 6 st
fSfistc. r,rir to str'efv pr'i- '(94:
,..o,.e at setec fin ra-ey ' " IV,
CAI.IFOPVIA ftr--. rTlTS.p,,,,,
sr In s eade i-l.iri ,J -n rn la e
lots ar c'ti'''" ha-ds --i.e, are "n
. . . . 1 . 1 r. ,.,..-i ,B , j. .
fee-ed t'et'e . "''
re.-ai-.a 1-, r--1 4,iv
rierta f arm. Wl' ' 1
extia tholie at lie,
rierta f rro.' Wi'"' t 'f e K - a 'A"
fancy al ll',tjl;c
Peaches are unchanged with eanlo fluefed
at lor, extra choice at l"vy, fancy at n
lie and fancy at 1i4al.V. Kalslns ahow ne
fresh feature. Ie Musestel are quoted
at tvt4c; seeded rslsins, 64t'4pi London
layers, 11 Vkiii.rii.
OMAHA WHOI.KKAI.K MARKRT.
CoatlltUa at Traele aael Qaetatleas
tas a at! Faaey Prealaee.
KUOS-Kecetpts, liberal; fresh slock, rate
LIVE I'ot. LTRT lltns, K-4J10V; oH
roosters, 6e; turkeys, !.c; aucst, Uc,
young roosters, tspiw; geese, $0.
URKMKIi i-Ot 1,1 rt 1-iu.kevl. lltjltc;
nld (oma, jtrlc; chlekena, -jlx; old roost
re, 7c; ducks, lit) lite; geese, lac.
BLTrKR-lacking siock. IJc; cholea to
fancy dairy, lHalic; creamery, 21I4c.
HAT Prices quoted by Omaha Feed com
pany: No. 1 uplsnd, $7; medium, $6.60;
coarse. $s.oiHi H. Ry atrsw. $ 60.
BRAN-Per ton. $U..
DATK8 per box of Mb. pkgs., 3t;
Halloween. In To-lb. boxes, per lb., 60; af
r, per In., 4c; walnut stuffed, 1-lb. pkgs.,
$J tl per dos ; -lb. boxes, II .
ORANOBrJ-Callfornla. extra fancy Red
land navels, till sixes, $3. $6; fancy navels,
$" 26; choice, all sites, $3.
LKMON8 Limoniers, extra fancy, S
Ice, n.7i; $no to oO slse, 14 tt.
KlOrt 'aIlfornla. per 10-ib. carton, 7S
86c; imported Smyrna, three-crown, lie; all
BANANAB-Per medium ailed bunch. H.76
92.26: Jumbos, $2 wniSis).
TAN'ilKHi NKS California, par bos of.
about li6, $200.
ORAPK FRUIT Florida,' per hog, 7.fJ0jl
7.S0; California, per box, $4 OvSH.0.
PFARfl-Wlnter Nellls. KM).
A PPLK8 California Nwton. Pippins and
Baldwins, $2 per bu. box: Ben It vis. $
per bu. box; Wlneeaps, $2.60 per bu. box;
other varieties, $2.ooj2.60 per bu.; New Torlt
apples, Baldwins and Russets, $H.0O pr bbl,
GKAPKS-Imported Malagas. $e.ofar7-f0-O
LU VHuE'lAU LOi.8.
POTATOEtJ-Home grown, per bu., lO
XX': South l'akota. per bu., 76c.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $1.66; o. . $1.76.
LIMA BEANS Per lb., 64jC.
C'AUBAUK California, 3c per lb.; Wis
consin. In crates, per lb., 244j'J4c.
CARROTS. PARSNIPS AM) i'URNIPS
Per bu., Wc.
CELERY-Callfornla, $1 per dot.
SWEET POTATOES-Ilflnols, per 11-pk.
TOMATOES Florida, per crate ot ) lbs..
WAX BEANS Per hamper of about 10
lbs., net, $.
ONIONS Home grown, yellow and red.
per bu., tec; Spanish, per crate, $3 2; Colo
rado, red and yellow, per bu., $1.
8TR1NG BEANS Per hamper of about $0
lbs., net, $3.(04 00.
GREEN PKPPERS Florida, per -baskat
TURNIPS. BEETS AND CARROTS
Louisiana, per dos. hunches, 76c.
BHALLOTT8 lAJtilalana. per dosen
bunches, 7Sc, 1
HEAD LKTTl CE lotilslana, per bl
$7. Writ 10 00; per dnx. heads, $100$ 1. 25.
ETTUCE Hothouse, per dog.
CLCL MBER8 Hothouse, per doi . tl.761
RADISHES Hothouse, per dot. bunches,
MUSHROOMS Hothouse, per lb . tNOfffJOc.
No. 1 ribs. 13c: No. 1 ribs, 114c. No. I
ribs, 84; No. 1 loins, lc; No. 3 joins lac:
No. t loins, 10c: No. 1 chucks, 64c; No. t
chucks, 6c; No. I chucks, 44c; No. 1 round.
74c; No. 2 round. 74"; No. 8 round. 7c;
No. 1 Plata, 4c; No. t plate. J,-; Nov $
CIDER ler Kog, 13.76: per bbl., $.7a. .
HON KY Now, per 34 lbs.. 13.60.
CHEESE Swiss, new, lo; Wisconsin
brick, 16c; Wisconsin tlmberger, 16c; twin,
134c, Young Americas, 15c.
NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft sheila, new
crop, per lb., 164c; hard shells, per lb.,
U4u. Pecans, large, per lb., 14a; email, per
lb., l!c. Peanuta, per lb.. 4o; roasted, per
lb., sc. Chili walnuts, per lb., 1201340.
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard
shells, per lb., I60. Cocoanuta, $4 par sack
FRESH FISH-Trout. 11c: halibut. 10c:
pickerel, dressed, 7c; white bass, lie: sun
flah, 64j9o; perch, skinned and dreased, to;
pike, 10c; redsnapper, lie: salmon, 11c;
crspples, 67) c; eels, 18c; black baas, lie;
whlteflsh, luc; frog legs, per dog., 660: lob
sters, green, 33c; boiled lobsters, 37c; blue
fish, 16c; herring, 4c; Spanish mackerel, 16c;
haddock. 10c; alirimp, ll.00iil.60 par gallon;
smelts, 12o: cod, 12c
OYSTBR8 Fresh standard, $1.40 par al.;
shell oysters. $1.0Otf2.00 per 100; Little Neck
clams. $1.60 per 100. , ., - ,
SUGAR Granulated cane. In bbls., $6 06;
granulated cane. In anoka. $4.01; granulated
eet, in sacka, $4 91. .
SYRUP In barrels, :4c per gat.: In oasea.
f 10-lb. cans, $10; oases. 11 i-lb. cans, $10;
cases, $4 j4-1. cns, $1.90.
COFKEE-Roasted: No. IS, 264e per IK
No. so, 2040 Pr lb.; No. 26, U4e Pr ls. t
No. JO, lX4c per lb.; No. 11. 124o per lb.
FLOUR (wholesale) Best high grade Ne
braska, per cwt., $1.90; best high grade pat
ent Minnesota, per cwt., $130; straight pat
ent Nebraska, per cwt., $1.90; second pat
ent Nebraska, $10.
CURED FiSh Family whltensh, per
bbl., 100 lbs., $4,50; Norway mackerel, par
bbl., 200 lbs., bloaters, $40.00; No. 1. $6100;
No. 3, $26.00; No. , $20.00; Irish. No. 1 $160;
Herring. In bbls., 200 lbs. eacti, Norway, 4k,
$1$ 00; Norway, 3k, $13.00; Holland, mixed.
$11.50; Holland herring. In kegs, milkers,
80c; kegs, mixed, 70n. .
CANNED JO0D8 Corn, Standard west
em. 66tjtic; Maine, $1.26. Tomatoes, l-lb.
cana. $1.2Mjl.t0; 2-lh.. 974c1.00. Pineapples,
rated, 2-lb.. $2.06412 $0; sliced. $l.fvt)M0.
Gallon apples, fancy, $3.50; California apri
cots. $1.4tf2.00: pears. $1.7Jfft60; peaches,
fancy. $1.752.40; H. C. peaches, $1.008
Alaska salmon, red. $1.15; pink. 90c: fancy
Chinook. F.. $2.10; fancy aockeye. F., $1.96;
sardines, 4 oil, $2 50; 4 mustarda, $1 6
S.10. Sweet potatoes, $l.l5$rl.26; sauerkraut.
$1.00; pumpkins. 80ct9$1.00; wax beans, a-lb...
76trOo; lima beans, $-lb., 75cta$l.$6; spinach, .
$1. 36432.00; cheap peaa, I-lb., SOC! extra, 76
$0e: fancy. $1 36(61.76. V '
BROOMS No. 1 carper, $3.26; NO. t carpet,
$2.40: No. 3 plain. $3 26. . ,t .
HIDES. PELTS AND TALLdW-No. t
green hides, 9c; No. 2. sc; No. 1 salted,
lie; No. I 10c: bull hide. 7i84o; try
hides. 12lT20c. Horse hide, large, $3 mll.
$2. Sheen pelt, esch 6oci$1 .26. - Tallow, No.
I, 4c; No. I, c; rough. 14e.
NEW TORK.. March X.-COFFJEK Mar
ket for futures opened steady at unchanged
prlcea tn a decline of 6 po'nts under mod
erate selling, which seemed to be for both
accounts. The market held faif ljr' steady
during tha afternoon and closed ateady,
net unchanged to 6 point lower. Sale
were reported f 4H,f!0o bags, including:
Mav. .80c; Jnlv. .&27c; September, T.lac;
Weember. 7. 40-13 7. 46c. Spot Rio, BOady: No.
7 Invoice, 84C . . . ...' :
BERLIN. March . On th boursa today
a moderate amount of business ta. tratil
acted. Prloea were ateady.
REAL KtTATR THAHirERS,
Philadelphia Mortgage . and Trust,
company to Fred A. Hennlnger,' part
lots 111 ana 11. mocg i, tianacotn
Zora I. 6hlelds U Emily McDonald,
part lot li. block 6. 1st subdlv to
Griffon tic Smith's
Fidelity Trust company, trustee to
Met Bros. Brewing company, w4
lot I. block 34. Omaha
Elisabeth A. Colfax to E. S. Holme.
lot 1, block 2. Maine's add
Omaha Real Estate and Trust oons-
pany to A. C. Hart, lota 17 and 1st
block 14. Saunders at Hlmebaugh
Highland Park add
Helen 8. Haynea and husband I
same, lot 1 and 'Ju. block 14, same.
Rosa J. Zerbo and husband to Emma
Telford, lot 5 and 6. block I. Ar
Lawrence Mlnot el ai o Etta ugr
man, lot 12. block 3. Hoppe'a bw.
Georae B. Lasbury to William H.
Podemann. lot I and . Ulenwawl
Caroline Olson to. Saiah O. Taylor.
lot 2, block 3. L. P. Hammond's add
Marie F.- bowmtn -to he-Lirmifi
Realty and Improvement compaay.
lot 4. Johnson's aad .
George L. Miller and wife to C. T.
Kountae et al, tract In ' 1-14-11.
and other land
Same to same, part n4 n4 11-14-11..
Harriet K. Imlard to P. II. Phelbin.
part tax lot 3. lfi-lff-13
Edward Ht.vllr.ek to Anna Havllcek,
nne-lialf Intelsat lot It, block 4.
Kountse'i 3d add
Horace C. Alger, trustee, ta William
A. lxton. lot 7. Catalpa :d add...,
James Tylor to Kinil Parkenlng. lota
1 and 2. block 12. Sating a add to
Els turn. Neb
IF. Dt, Day & Co.
block. Grain, P$ aviation
talp .oar tlrala lo Fa.',
f blcaao aad Mlaaeanolla Delivery.' '
Onr-elghtb commission on Grain, 6na
i quatisr un Ktoi'Ks. Prompt and careful
aituniion given lo outside accounts. Write'
f r vi r daily Market Letter, mailed frtl. .
Main (fho. . ,
llo-lll Hoard of Trade Blag.
i l.eag Ulataara Tkt, Oeegla Mid.
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