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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, APRIL 13.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET!?.:
Whfat Activ and Go
Cent and Half
(rack. No. J northern. No. north-
'.-: Slav. Hoc: Julv. BiUc: Septem
OATS To arrive and on track and M;i) ,
EXCITED SHORTS ATTEMPT TO BUY MAY
( n a h drain at Preinlnca Over Options
nd Look Thonk Utile Mr
HoaU Be Delivered tints
4 torn Firm.
OMAHA, Arrll u ww.
The wheat market developed a surprising
activity, gaining IV for the iay. Tin
clijef factors were small receipt and ex
it llent cash demand tn all markets. May
short wre excticd Hnd Iifkh 'o cover
early, tind a the amount for sale small
prices went up quickly May acta con
gested, nnd since cssh wheat is selling at
a premium It looks a though little would
be delivered on May contracts.
Corn wa not so active as wheat, hut
tirm. The day advance for May " 'c.
Factor were small receipt, good domestic
demand and the strength In wneat.
Oat were active and closed V higher.
Cash demand win good.
Primary wheat tei-etpt were 278. onn bu.
and Khipmrnls of IX.nno hu., nglnt re
ceipt,, iHut year of 33S,Oisi hu. and shipment
f i'14.oii hu. Corn receipta were IXS.KW hu.
nl shipments 624.O11O hu., against receipt
Infi year of 3i3. () hu. and shipments of
;'.( hu. Clearances nere us.Guo bu. wheat,
-7,;5 hi. Is. fiour, 299,000 bu. corn and ii,0o0
hu. oh t A.
Liverpool closed 'd higher on wheat and
d higher on corn.
Argentina shipments were 2,744.000 bushels
s gainst 4.3..2.OH0 bushels last week and 4.40.
oeo bushels nat year. Corn ahlpmenis w re
ijl.Ksi bushels, against 890. (A bushels laat
week arid .-.l,imo bushels laat year.
Range of local optlona:
ATI Idea. Open. Hlgh. Low. Close. I Yes y.
B 7.ISB, 72 B
31V, A I 30ll
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
1 110 99
: 26 9
23 45 106
Kansas City ...
Omaha (auk Sales.
CORN-No. 4. 1 car, 42c.
Omitha t ana I'rlcea.
XVHEAT No. 2 hard. nVS"':
hard. 7'fi73c; No. 4 hnrd, WJjJOc;
spring. iWh i5c.
COHN-.No. 3, 42Acl No. 4, 4V542c; No.
t vellow.. 4ZV: NoI white. 43V.
OATS No. 3 mixed. 80V; No. 3 white.
Sic; No. 4 white. aiVU
RYE No. 2, 54c; No. 3 52c.
t iiica;o (iR4i aad PROVISIONS
Kratnrra of the Trading! nnd tlosloaj
Price tin flnnnl or Trade.
C.MTCAfiO. April 12.-Wheat prices on the
loc.nl market advanced ne-ivly 2 cents a
bushel todav on mi a. live general demand
for Hint cereal. A report that foreignera
wro Inlying American wheal and the
MrenKtU of cash grain a.t various other
markets .In tbts oojinlry were the main
Influences In causing Hie upturn. At the
t'lojte the May option allowed a net gain
of lsfil'i-c. Corn was up V-. Oats were
'c lilgner. PrnvlKinnia were 5'uloc lower.
The wheat market was strong from start
to finlah anil ;rading was expectlonnlly ac
tive and broad. Demand was general
throughout the day, wlih shorta the het
huyera. At the Matt the market waa In
tiui'iicrd by stattatlcn. showing a material
decrease In shlpinenta of wheat from Ar-
fentina. the total movement for the week
1Hi a,T44.tW biiehela, compared with 4.3M.
(M bushels the preceding week. A smaller
tiKement in the American northweat also
stimulated the demand early In the ses
sion. There were also reports from the
aoutliweat claiming damage, to the fall
Kuwn crop, on message from Omaha tell
ing, of trie appearance of Insects in the
wheat fields of western Nebraska. The
market closed strong, with prices almost
nt the -highest point of the day. ' May
oljened unchanged tn i,c higher at 7!fi7Slv,
advanced to Soc and closed at HnHTtWc.
July sold tietweerT 78Hc and 79TirRty a nd
closed at "(Sit'79r. Clearancea of wheat
tind ,. r were equal to M.OuO bnsheli. Prl
mnry recrlpta were I7S.0OO bushels, com
pared with S.'i9.0oi bushels the correspond
ing day a year ago. Minneapolis, Duluth
nnd Chicago reported receipta of 211 cars,
against 3o cars laat week and 223 carl one
) ear1 ago.
Kirmnest prevailed In tha eorn market
nil day. Srn'rts and commission housea
were active bidders for the cereal, but of
ferings were not large. The opening of
lake navigation, prediction of wet weather
In the corn belt and amall local receipt!
were factors that Inspired the buying. The
market cloaed firm. Mav opened bc
higher at 4'vH"Hc, sold tip to 47c and
closed at 4tiVi4i;V. laical receipta went
110 cars, with one of contract grade.
Oals were strong In sympathy with
wheat and corn. OrhYlul predictions of rain
for the oats-growing states also had a
stlmuliting effect on the market. The
buying was of good character, shorts, cash
Intcnsta and commission houses being ac
tive on that side of the market. May
opened unchanged to a shade lower at SI'
id au, advanced to i-c and closed at 32Vic
Ixiiil receipts were 9! cars.
Provisions were dull and Inclined to j
wrakncNs. DeNplte a 6c advance in the.
price of live hogi, there wk moderate i
profit-taking by local packria and this I
servl to weaken value. Tha activity In !
the etrain pits detrait from tradlrig In
prnvlKHins. At the close July- pork waa off
in-, at SI.-!). Julv lard was down tc, nt
i&M.' July rlhs were &c lower, at ts art
KHtiniatetl receipts for Saturday: Wheat,
J cars: corn. l.Vi cars) oata, 171 earn; hoga.
The leading futures ranged at follow:
Articles. 0en. HIjrh.l Liw. Close. I Ym'y.
U;W lOKh iGKN.(l, MtRKK.T
Quotations I of the Oar an Virlaia
NEW YORK. April ll-FLOCR-Be-
Una hhls ; exports. fim hbl: sales,
pkgs; inatKet (irm. with better In-
. y: Minnesota patents, 14 Si'M.S": Min
I eotH bakers. tZ iii 75: winter patents,
M!i4.2ri: winter straights. f:l.elilt : win
ter extras, U.7Mi3.X; winter low grades.
L'.ii.V(t3 in. Bin flour, firm; fair to good.
H.RMi.1!: choice to fancv. 1.1 fiF.fr 4. 10.
( 'ORNMEA 1 Firm ; white and yellow
finei. 11.16; coarse. tl.W.'al 07; kiln dried.
MARLKT 8tedv: feeding. ,c, c. I f .
New lork; lualUng. BtiftMc. c. I. f.. New
RVE Dtill: No. 2 western, "fc asked f. o.
b. New York.
HEAT-Receipts. 2,00 bu : exports. 50.i4
bu.; sales, 4.4.mi1 hu; futures; spot market,
firm; No. 2 red 90c asked, elevator; No. 2
red. lie f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern
Duluth. sStc f. o. b. afloat. Options opened
c higher on good cuhles. increased the
advance to IV on covering, following un
satisfactory receipt, poor weather, strong
country market and bullish Argentina sta
tistic, eased otr partially under realizing
and closed lliISc net higher. Mar, s"i 1.1-1S
tlxe. (limed at 'nc: Julv, fcVuKhc, closed
at Wc; September, SSHtiMc, closed at
CORN Receipts. 40.RM bu.: sales. 1i5m
bu. futures; spot market, steady; No. 2.
S'k, nominal, elevator, and Mo, nominal,
f o. b. afloat; No. 2 yellow, 5fi',c. nominal;
No. 2 white. 55c. nominal, option mar
ket opened Sc higher, increased the ad
vance to 4ilc on favorable cables, unsat
isfactory weather, diaappolntlng receipts,
light country offerings and strong spot posi
tion, eased off partially on realizing nnd
closed Sti'to advance. May, 5SSu54c. closed
at 537c; July. fwiVtWS''. closed t 53He;
September. MS,iQfi3c. closed at 53c; le
cember closed at 54C.
OATR-Recelpt. liaiROO bu. ; spot market.
Arm; mixed onts. 2K to 32 lbs.. S7'n37Vtc;
natural white. 8o to 33 lha.. SSWc; clipped
white, 3H to 40 lh., ."MHlVxC.
r"EKI Klrtn; spring bran, $20 25; April
shipments, middling, $20.i5; city, 120.70
H AY Firm ; shipping, 504f-5jc; good to
HOPS yulet; state, common to choice,
lti6 crop, hi'al5c: 1904 crop, 7fo9c; olds, 5Cu7c;
Paclllc coast, 1905, tjl3c; 1904, 7c; olda,
HIDES Steady: C.alveston, 20 to 28 lbs.,
20c; California, 21 to 26 pounds, 21c; Texas
dry. li to So pounds. 19c.
PRf)ViS10NS Beef. steadv; fanillv,
111. ou4S 13.00; mess, 39 COfi li pfl; Iteef hama,
$JA.O21.n0: packet. 310.oO.fJU. 00: city extra
India mes. 31 IR.dO. Cot meat, firm;
pickled bellies. I9.2fjl0.l5; pickled shoulders.
itolc; pickled ham. 11'oimc. Ijird. firm:
western steamed, H8iVuS6; refined, firm;
continent. 39 35; South America, tv 75; com
pound, M-?7'4C Pork firm; family, 118 5c
18.75; short clear, JlS.y 18iO; mess, 317. 25tf
1 7. 7f.
TALIXJW Firm; city. 6c; country, o-tj
BUTTER Stiuy; street prices, extra
creamery, 2Kcr21 V; official ptlces. crnamerv,
common to extra. It'&lJlc; renovated, com
mon to extra, liaise; western factory, com
mon to firsts. W(t6r;, western Imitation
creamery firsts, 17c; atatt dairy, common
to extra, 14ift20:.
CHEESE Firm; atata full cream, larg
and amall, colored and white fancy, 14'-,c;
atate good to rrlme, laH'tjUc; atate, com
mon to tair, ii'oijc.
EGOS Weak; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy aelected white, SV; state,
choice. SVll9c; atate. mixed extra. lSVc;
western first, 17,i&17V4c; western second.
17c; southern. 1&517C
POI'IrRY Live, iiulet; western chlck
ei.s, 1iK-; fowls. 13c; turkys, IK'nlSc; dressed,
steady; western chickens, 10ttl3c; turkeys,
lti'if JSc ; fowls, Ut13ViC.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Call Money Martet Openi at Ten Ptr Cent
bnt Eells Cff Later.
MOVEMENT HALTING AND IRREGULAR
olahle trenth I Limited lo a
Ken Indlvldaal laaaea and
There la l ittle elllaar
OOonrmf, general deposlta decreased J.Xfcv,f,
gold In hand Increased 33.7W.'f. silver In
l and del-reused 25.f. bills discounted iV
creased a.OSO.cfli'f and advances decreased
at. I.onls General Market.
ST. IitJClS. April 12 WHEAT Higher;
No. 1 red. cash elevator, fc7j5o; track,
97i98c; May, W,c; July, 7JV: No. 2
CORN Higher; No. 2 cash, 451,!; track.
ec; jnay, 4.1 c; July, 4o'c.
OATS Higher; No. 2 cash. 32c:
32,c; May, 31Jc; July. Jlc; No. 2
Fl.Ol'R Steady; red winter patents. 14.30
(r.4.40; special branda higher; extra fancy
and straight. 33. 764.30; clears, 32 'a3.10.
HEK1) Timothy, quiet at 32.5iWf2.70.
CORNMEAL Steady ; $2.30.
BRAN Firm; sacked, cast track, 95cai
HAY Strong;; timothy, I8.0or15.50;pralrle,
, IRON -COTTON TIES $4.01.
HKMP TWINE 7Hc
PROVISIONS Porki lower; Jobhlna.
$lfi.l. Lard, lower: prim teHmed, $ 2.".
Dry salt meats, steadv; boxed, extra shorts.
$.K7t; clear rib. $9.00; short clear. $9.IL'U.
Bacon, steady; boxed, extra aborts, $9.6iV;
clear rib. $9.75: abort clear. $9.87.
POCI.TRY Quiet; chicken. 94c; tur
keya, 15c; duck, 12t,tc; geeae, "c.
Bl'TTER Dull; creamery, l&822c; dairy,
KGOS Steady, 14c.
Flour, bbla 3,000 6.0n0
Wheat, bu 23.0"0 lflAiO
Corn, bu 46.0n) 15t.iii)
Oata. bu 16S.O0O 7,'0
NEW YORK, April 11 Today- money
market did not fulull the promise held out
by the violent relapse In rate caused by
the news of the heavy engagement of gold
for import. With call loans opening at
lo rer cent and large amount loaning near
that rate, vesteruav'a view of the extent
of the relief afforded by the gold engage
ments was modified, although the money
rate ran off later. A considerable relief
from the degree of stringency before exist
ing waa obilou and there waa no algn of
pressure of lhiuiilatli n In the stock mnrl.et.
There was an equal lark of any aggreive
Initatlve toward speculative accumulation
of stocks or attempts to advance prices.
Notable atrength whs limited tn a few Indi
vidual stock nnd the movement was halt
ing and Irregular. The imrresion wa
given that relief from the stringency
the money market secured from the en
gagement of gold In the Ixmdon market
was designed for other purposes thno to
foster a renewal of speculative activity on
the atock market. It is understood that the
New York Citv government, which bor
rowed $5.(io,0iio last week for a period of a
week rather than rrarket bond on the
high Interest basis necessary at that time,
has placed its bunds for half the amount
on satisfactory term, but ha borrowed
the other half again for a enort term. Bor
rowing of this character will be sup
planted when they fall due by more perma
nent obligations, which will then make their
demand upon the resources of the money
market. Another $1.0iio.0oo In gold was se
cured In London today and It became known
that one of the Canadian bank had secured
an amount said to be $3,000,000 In London
for Import Into Canada, but with the pur
pose of using the proceeds for loaning pur
pose In thi city. The response of the
foreign money markets and of our own ex
change market did not offer proml for a
large extension of the gold movement. The
rebound In sterling exchange was parox
ysmal. Compared with the low rate of
vrsterday for demand bills, which was at
one time 4 290, the rate waa rushed up
today 175 points to 4.8465. The suddenness
and violence of this movement Is probably
without precedent in the New York market.
The weeklv statement of the Bank of
England showed the strain upon It re
sources Involved by the gold wlthdrawala.
Its holdings of bullion having fallen during
the week to $10,8J0.770. The decline In the
loan account was not sufficient to prevent
a considerable decrease In percentage of
reserve to liabilities. The Bank of France
in the same period has Increased Its gold
holding $ti.75O,000. with a large contraction
both in loan and the outstanding note
Issues. The Increase In the pension pay
ments ha reduced the sub-treasury's ab
sorption from the banks for the week to a
nominal figure. The announced policy of
the secretary of the treasury to deposit,
the current excess of government receipt
over the expenditures with national banks
at various points relieve the New Y'or't
hank from Rome portion of the demand
upon them from the Interior. But the
heavy custom collections still renter at
Readings strength was connected Willi
hopes of a labor settlement and the ad
journment of the coal conference whs fol
lowed by a reaction In that stock. Thl
was the mainstay of the whole market and
prices declined In sympathy to a fraction
oelow last night and closed easy.
Bonds were steady. Total sales, par value,
$2,455,000. fnited State new 4 registered
udvanced Vi per cent on call.
The following waa the range of prlcea on
the New York Stock exchange:
Uif Varlx Market.
NEW YORK. April 12. MON EY On call
easier, 44tlo per cent; ruling rle. 5 per
cent; closing bid and offered. 4 per rent.
Time loans, firm: slxtv and ninety days
and sit months' bills. rr cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE rAPER-5V.i!
STERLING EXCHANGE Strong at $1.-4tv-ti4
M70 for demand and at $4 1754 10
for alxtv Oar bills: posted rates. 4 K2"il
, 4 " mid $4.804 Commercial bill. $4 8U
! SILVER Bar. 4c: Mexican dollar. iOc.
BONDS tiovernment. firm; railroad,
1 Closing quotations on winCs today wr
.puttljapan M atrlta .. '
.lMl So rlfa
.loii, it0 ctfa ?H
.104 an U iMM i-
.nHIL. S. unu 4a l".i
.11 Man. c . 4a 1"0'
;t Kn. ( entral 4a
131V I" it"' 14
. TH Minn St. L. 4s ... II
.11.' M . K A T. 4a 11
inn,, oo t n
. N. ft. R. of M r. 4a. n
. H N. Y. C. s Ht 7
.I'UVN J f. g. as IS
. 4.Ka. Faoiar 4a t'4
. M I do 3 7v
.fl IS. W. r. !
. lavo. L rfiix 4a
. n IPenn roar. JVil Iftl't
n iReadinx fro 4a 110
.H St. L A I. M. Ea .114
St. L. A F. ts 4a. Mi
V a. rf ia. ri ..
v. a. ta. r
V 8. I4 it, ref...
V. a. new 4. rt ..
Am. Tobacco 4a
Atrhlaon gen. 4
do ad). 4a
Atlantic r. L 4s
Hal. A Ohio 4a
Prk R. T r t. . .
( antral of (it. it ..
do lot Inc
Mn fd Inc
do Sd Inc
In ! rhea. Ohio 4a. .
Chlcasn A A. .
C. B Q n. 4a .
C . H I P. 4a...
do eol. &a
rrr. t. I.. 4a
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle of All Kinds Show a Lower Ranee
HOGS DEVELOPING A LITTLE STRENGTH
Fair Average Haa of sheep and l.amna
with lle.t Klada taoat Steady
aad Cithers Kaaler aad
Very Slow Sale.
SOUTH OMAHA. April 12. 19C.
Receipts were: i ntlle Null Sheen.
OfTli,! Monda 2 744 4.174 14.'
Off'clal Tuesdav i.till 7.9a .'Wl
Official Wednesday 3 T5 7 )5'. l.fi-'
Official Thursday 3(Hal .: t.:
Four days this week. .15.230 2VI9: 32.11$
Same days last week... .15.141 41.2: 31.L57
Same two weeks ago . . . 1 . . 19 478 47 074
Same three week ago.,19.7t; 42 23 44.3oJ
Sam four weeks ago 17 6 i.67 42.7
Kanie days last year 17,922 S1.0I5 3. 529
The following table ahov.s the receipts
of. cattle, hogs and sheep nt South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with luot
I a t .
i :o l .
4 M I
. . tl
k -, ..
lowei ; natiir. Mm;i'i;
$1.7 V 1 .'. stock O' s and f
III VIS- ill', eipls. T.f.'l
sieartv; hght. $. :-.m;. o
hen l1 . X i. I '.
S1IKV1' AMI I AMD -He, eptl. 11
ll.iol. luaik.t sl-:ni..': wool.-,! hi rob. $'. I
!lp) el lHtllt.. .'... Kp-ina l.l-l'l. tl". '.
roiva and lielfers.
ell 1 I . $;i .5114 V1
In ml ; market
MtiiK f. r.
t K i 4 po
II 614 I IS
1 TO 4
IS H III
it : 4 a
4 4 4''
:. . ... H'i
45 31 '
Colo Ind. la.
do aeriaa R
Colorado Mid. 4s.
Colo. a Bo. 4a . . .
D R f) 4a....
rilatlllani' Sec. is
Brio . 1. 4a
do xn. 4a
Hocking Val. 4a
.inoVt I- S AV.
. f4 hoard A I..
. 41 So. Panne 4p. . .
10411 do l"t a rifa
rtla. Pa. Rallwav la . .
... Tt iTtxaa A P la ...
... TS T .. 81. I, W. .
... M fn'on Pactflc 4..
...104l do conv. 4a.. ...
...ll";r. S Steel td ta.
... hniWaba,h la
...lKHj do dak n
... '.'VWtern Md 4a...
.lOIH 'W. t.. R. 4...
. 4 IWI rentral 4a...
Boston Rtoeha and Bonds,
BOSTON, April 12-Call loans,
cent: time loans. .VyitH per cent.
c.jsing on stocks and bonds
Atrhlaon adj. 4a
Mn. rentral 4a
Boston A Albanr..
Hoion Elevated ...
Mtxtcan Central ...
S. V.. N. H. a H
Am. Arsa. Cham,
Am. Pneu. Tube
Amer. T. A T
Amor. Woolen ....
Dominion I. a
F.dlaon Klec. Ilia..
Maw. Rloctrlc ....
I'nlted Shoe Mach.
f. B. Sleol
. . .4 Amerl. an Zinc
. . 14 Atlantic
. .lrt-.'S! Bingham
. .IliSCaL a Hecla..
..lMli Centennial ....
..144 jropper Range .
. . V4 balT West
. . 17 Il Roralo ...
. . M Maes Mining .
. . 'Michigan
. .ISTHlVont. " r. .
. .134 jnid Dominion .
.. 42 Onoeola
.. It iTamarark
.. 47lVnited Copper
..104 l". B. Mining...
.. 7H l-. 8. Oil
(Monk Rutte ...
Undea Clostnar atoeks.
liONDON. April 12 Closing quotation on
the Stock exchange were:
St. Iouls .
754 425 . 413
.... 2 SofcS im
The following will show the prices paid
for the different kinds of cattle on ths
t.outn Omaha market:
Good to choice corn-fed steers
ralr to choice corn-fed steers
Common to choice lorn-fed s'.eers.
Good to choice cows and heifer.
Fair to good cow and heifers
Common" to fair cows ana heifers.
Good to choice feeders
Fair to good atocker and feeders
Common to fair stockers
Bulls, stags, etc
The following tuhln ihnva the
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons.
the hog inatkot this morning. The trad
f pened a trifle stronger nltho gh the range
of price at writ ii the bulk sold was t'-o
same a yesterday. The eirly sile were
largely at fs; for the frn't il run of roc.i1
hogs, but later on the market ense.1 ofY
end $ S.'tt became the popular price lo
other words the hogs sold very Hrgely
at $ JJHTi ."A. the sume as yesterday, but
the proportion at the higher pi ice w,i
somewhat larger today.
A noted yesterdiy the rocor' of hoir
are very llsrht, due nppnrrntlv to th
farmers Iwlng busy In their fields. Te
recelnts for the week to dete ns w'.U be
noted from the table bovt slow a hciw
falling off as com pared with lat weel.
apd also with a yenr ago.
$ Oo-SO ".7U.
S 254ii 45
, 4.6i'U4 9.1
. 3 'bil'i 5o
. S.25H3 75
. 4 l.Kf(4.50
2. 75(313. 50
Date. I lt.i. :l06. J1304. 11903. 1802.,iVl 11900
Mch. 27.. I
Men. 23.. I
Mch. SO.. I
Apr. 12... I
6 ! I S 131 7 281 6 12! I 4 97
( sttVU 5 10, t 171 7 40' 5 95i G 22 '4
b 09, ( 14 I 0 Wl i : i 17
6 304,1 S 091 C 07i 1 3T1 1 6 06 n !sl 0 13
' a in 4 mi 7 Z8i a 17 a a is
It 16 b 04, 7 6 be! 6 :n
- 1 e Kjt 1 Hti t wi iitj u in
6 16! 17 241 e Ml & II
5 21 S 141 7 2til o 04, i 991 i ii
b 2l b 071 1 6 62 t 5 I 30
5 :to S not 7 ''5
211;! 6 26, 4 93, 7 2il f'
I 5 25I 4 1 ' 7 S4:
V,K' ! fill 7 25 . 6 671
6 304,. 5 251 1 7 2o 80,
3S: 6 2S; 4 945' 7 221 90
i 31 4 80
5 921 5 31 I
6 87; S 34
6 92 4 36 I
b 99: 5 33
Vo. A. St Pr NO At Sh P-
14 S ... $ t3 M T 41 I S
1 SM W II) t Jc4 l
i j-T 4'o 40 a 10 t s
70 fog JI0 1 U 1"4 ... 4 Si
71 ?w mo JJH 4 fl . . 4 At
70 . .. f too 1 jt ra ?o i w
l :U 44 4 H'l Tl fl IN 31
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to t : M 21 ... .J
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II ;os m 1 ?t, aa r-s (o m
Ml Jf. 40 g J?i 40 57 o I !
47 f go 4 Jls tl
7 P4 ... 4 S3l 45 !71 241 n
74 rt fo 4 ;4, S 3o ...
10 24 40 g Ml, 44 Ill ... 4
44 !. 120 I 24 Tl 2.1 . M
Tn IIS ... I lilt ! 74 S.1 4 :
u ia no g i:i 4 :il ...
74 Ill 120 I l!, a 51 . Jr.
7 fi so n:t r an ir
as tx ... h W ai
Ml 1S3 10 I JJi, IS - ... 4 f.
45 f"4 140 I?'. "4 225 0 4 IS
14 1S4 ... I 44 fc'S 40 I 85
10 tit to I !! II 227 121 IS
14 t5l ... I All M '"i ... Sr'
41 f'4 ... St. 4S Mt . . SS
Tl 1ST 40 I 321 74 24t 40 I S
44 tog U0 I 32 27.1 ... 4 Ii
(IS 224 120 I I7H 14 1?0 f.
4T 1 ... I I2 II 14 ... 4 If.
44 244 lo g 24 IS4 41 IS
47 2?S 10 IA T4 Jf.3 120 I 14
40 Kl fl 4 IS fl 2A7 10 I S7i
61 140 N III 44 2'.t 10 I 7i
T4 la ... I SS 72. 4i ... 4 I7l
7R 241 ... 4 J5 71 244 201) 4 17k,
74 22J 40 IU IT 112 ... JTl
74 1J ... 4 S 14 210 ISO I J7i
41 720 .. 16 JT'J M 4 40
75 241 go g M
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. April 12.-FLOCR-Iligher;
first patents. $4.1OfcM.30; second
patents. 33.90.fi 4 r: Hint clears, $3.&i;!g3.t0;
second clears, $1 I0iQ2 65.
BRAN In bulk. J.ttO
iSuporlor Bourn of. Trade quotations for
Mlnntacout ai.d (Chicago delivery). The
rings of puces, a furnished b f. D. Day
Co.. lliMU Board of Trad buildlr.g. was:
Articles.! Open. I
I I I
79 di If oi
4V! 47 I
MtiVuS! 47 i
I t I
!'Ho4 3H4'q A 30V4!
4lAi 4teW,4tiit .,
1 25 j
8 8.5 I
8 87 V
16 0TH 16 7i
1 19 i
High. Low. Close.) Tea'y.
1 19 t
1 18 !
1 19 I
Minneapolis Cash Closo Wheat: No 1
hnrd, 8iv; No. 1 northern, TjUc; to drrne,
?i-V; No. 2 northern, 78'c; No. 3, 7v(j77o;
No. 1 durum. 711!-; No. 2 durum. i'Vc.
Corn: No. 3 yellow, 44V; No. 3, .
Oats: No. $ whits, SoV; No. 3, ;ii7c Bur
ly. ;fit'uc. Rve, ioSa-ioc. Flaa, caali,
.1.I7H. Mav, $1.18.
g SO I
t 90 j
Cash quotations were as follows:
FIjOI'R- Market steady; winter patents.
$A.4iti3 90, winter atraltfhts, $r!i3 HO; spring
patrMts. $3. 5f.ii 3 9ft; spring strahrhts. J 3J
3 5o; bakera. $Jiu!90.
WHEAT No. 2 spring. 792c: No. S
spring. TT-fiSlc; No. 2 red, 86V,'avic.
CORN No. 2, 47hC; No. 2 yellow. 47e
OATS No. 2. SJStC: No. 2 white. 33.4ti34c:
No. 3 white. 4?3or.
RTK No. J. 2HIi2We.
BAULK V Ootid feeding, S9c; fair to
choice malting. 44ftf0e. -
FEEDS No. 1 Max. $l.C9V,c: No. I north
western. $1 15Vc; prime timothy, $3 17;
clover, contract grade, $12.50.
PROVISIONS JJess pofk. per bbl., $!C 00
47t ! ub. l.ard. per lt lbs., $.a. Short rib
al.lrs (loon!. $8 Ha 70. . Bliort clear sides
I boxed i. $3.(ri9 H8
Follow inn were the receipts anil ship,
nirnts of flour and grain:
Ksnagi City tirsin and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, April 12. WH EAT
Higher; May, 75c: July, 72c; Septemler,
Tl',0; cash. No. 2 hard, 78'j84c; No. 8, 74VV
80c; No. 2 red, 94&96c; No. 3, 8S'94c.
CORN-Higher; May. July. l.'Hc;
September, 4Jc; December, 40'c; casii.
No. 3 inlifl, JV'j4ieVc, Nt). 2 white, 47Vo;
No. S. tic.
OATS-Hlgher; No. 2 white. 36(838c. '
RYE Steady at 54'dftiic.
HAY Steady to higher; oholi-e timothy,
$11 75(111; choice prairie, $9.25 9 50.
FAJcJS Steady ; Missouri and Kansas, new
No. i wlulewood oases Included, UV; case
count, L'V. casts returned, "sc. less.
Bl TTtrt Steady; creamery, 34c; dairy,
Wheat, bu !Ju.l 28 Call
Corn, bu - 19,m)
Outs, bu 3.000 12,000
Mllwaakee Mrala Market.
MILWAl'KEE. April 12 WHEAT
Higher; No. 1 northern. 8ll'(i:,ic: No. I
northern. TT'&Slc; May, SOVrjMrtse asked. .
RYE Steady; No. 1. 4c.
BARLEY Steady ; No. 2, 56c; sample, 40
OATS Steady; standard. 3.'Sft33c.
CORN Higher; No. 3 cah. 4dVu47c; May,
1 at. bu....
On the Produce exchange today tha but
ter nmrket was steady; creameries. 144J
2i V; dairies. 14-tflSc. Eaga. weak, at mark,
.am Included. M1-: llrst. 14c: prime
Prsts. litr; extras. 17c. Cheeoe, steady, 11
I Iterpoel Grata aad Provlaloaa.
LIVF.RPCH3L, April l.WHEAT-Sio.
t:oininal: futures, steady: May. 6s k;,d.
Julv ts 7Std; September. Id.
CORN Spot, firm: American mixed, new.
4 34d: American mixed, old, 4s 7d Fu
tures, firm; May, 4s 4Hd: July, 4s 4V1.
Pearla Graid Market.
PEORIA. Aprtl 1? -CORN-Hlgher: No. I
'Jl"W, 47c; No.- 3, 47Vi 4. ac: no
MATS -Firm. No. t while. 32c; No. 4
RVE-t-tady. No. 2, a13c.
-' Ualalh Grata Market.
MH T1I. April 12.-WIIKAT-T0 arrive.
No. 1 toruitru, avv; No 2 northern, 7&V;
Philadelphia Pradaea Market.
PHILADELPHIA. April 12. Bl'TTER
Steady; extra western creamery, 21c; ex
tra nearby prints, 23c.
EGJS Steady; good demand; nearby
fresh and western fresh, 18c at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full creams,
fancy. UVfellc; choice, lSUc; fair
to good, UVulSc.
Toledo Beed Market.
TOLEDO, O.. April 12 SEEDS Clover,
rash and April. $6.60; Aprtl, to W, timothy,
$1.52; alslke. $8.20.
NEW YORK". April 12. METALS The
London tin market was higher, more than
regaining ths partial setback of yester
day, with spot guoted at 176 5s and fu
tures at A'17f; locally the market was also
higher, with spot closing at $3S.fo73$.75.
Copper waa unchanged at 84 17a d for
spot and 81 17s od for futures In the
1-ondon market; locally tha market waa
a 'bo unchanged, with Ink quoted at $14 50
43 IS. 75 electrolytic at I1N :r.j 18.50 and mat
ing at $18.mtfM8 aft l-ad waa quiet and
unchanged at $5.2&ii6.35 in the I. sal market
and Ali 15 In London. Spelter advanced
2t 6d In the English market, with spot
closing at . 15c: locally spelter was dull
aud unchanged at V(04 10. Iron was
higher In the English market. with
standard foundry and Cleveland warrants
both quoted at 4aa; locally Iron was steady;
No. I foundry northern is uuoled at $lv5oj
19 35, No. t foundry northern at $I8,
18 MA. No. 1 foundry southern at t'k 1 g
IS 75 and No. t foundry southern at $17.7Ua
ST. LOIIS. Aoril 11-M ETA 1.3-Lead.
Arm; la -TVj b.J. bpeller, film, $j idi.
Ainnlgainated Copper tl.ooo 111V
American C. A V 1.800 44
American C. A F. pfd
Aaierlmn Cotton Oil 800 S41 JS
American Cotton OH pfd
Amarlc.n II. L. pfd 200 .A3
American lc, aecurlllea. . .. 11.100 H
American blnaeed Oil
Am. blnaeed Oil pfd ...
American Uocomotlva 1.400 484 41
Am IjOcnmntlve ufd i , '
American B. A R 17,100
American 8 & R. pfd 700
American Bugar Refining., l.too
Am. Tohacco pfd. ctta 100
Anaconda Mining Co 12 00
Atchiann prd 1)
Atlantic t'oart Una 100
Baltimore A Ohio I.2O0
llaltlmnr A Ohio pfd ion
Urooklyn Rapid Transit tt.SOO
Canadian Pacific 100
Central of New Jersey
t'heaapeaka A Ohio 1.700 81
Chimin ft Alton
Chicago A Allon pfd 100
Chicago Great Waetern 1.100
Chicago Northweatem 200
Chicago. Mil. A HI. Paul.. 1,2,00
Chicago T. A T
Chicago T. A T. pfd
C. t. C. A 8t. Loula too 10014
Colorado ruel A Iron 7.100 dtV,
Colorado A Southern l.S'O S4'
Colorado A So. lt pfd 1.1"fl 7114
oloralo So. Id pfd 300 44
Consolidated Gaa 22.100 14S4
Corn Producta. rfg l.oo t.
lorn Producta pfd. rfg 4"0 41
Delaware Hudaon 800 112
llaware. L At W
Ixnvar A Ttlo I'.randa 1.400 44' 44
Henver A R. O pfd
ntsllllerV Swurltlea t.00 tt
Krio t.MO 441
Frle let pfd 7i) 7i
Erie Id pfd ton 9
licneral Electric S"0 171
Hocking Valler 1.100 t't
llllnola rantral I.ano 11114
International Paper 6(4) 12
International Paper pfd
International Pump 900 454
International rump ptd
Iowa roitral pfd
Kamtaa t'lly Southern.,
kanaaa City 80. pfd..-.
liuiaMlle dt NathTllle
Metrepolltan Street Ry
Mexican (antral 1.000 15 4 ftAl
Mlnneapnlla a St. loull
M.. St. P. AS. 8 M 100
M . St. P A 8. B. M ' pfd . 100
Mlaaouri Pacific (00
Mieaourl. K. A T IO0
Miuourl. K. A T. pfd 500
National lad 1,000
N R R. ot M. pfd 200
New York Central 400
New York. O. a W 1.400
Norfolk A Weatem 1.500
Norfolk A W. pfd
P.. O.. C. A 81 Loula...
Preied Steel I'sr
Prweeed Steel Car
Pullman Palfcro Car
Hoadlng let pfd
Rending 2d pfd
Republic Steel pfd
Rock laland t'o
Rock Uland Co pfd
HI U 8 V Id pfd ....
at. Loula Southwestern. . .
81. Loula 8 W prd
SoutUern Pa.-lflc pfd
Southern Railway pfd...
Yenneaoeo Cual A Iron..
laiaa a Pacific
Toledo. St. L. A AV
Toledo. St. L. A W. pfd
Vnioa Pacific pfd
t'nlled Stat, a Kipreaa....
rolled Sialea Really
tailed Slates Rubber
I. 8. Rubber pfd
t'nltad Slates Sloel.
I'nlUd Btulea Steol pfd.
a. -Carolina Chemical ..
Va -Carolina Chem. sfd..
Wabsah MO !S 12S
V, eailnghouao Elettrte 100
Wettero t'nlon tut
Wheeling A Lako Sri
Wiaoonaln Ceuiral 100
Wis Central pfd lot
Northern Pacific I.lus
Control Leather 1.10
rem ml Leather pfd
Bloea Sheffield Steel 1 400 III
Total aslot (or the day. ttt 400 shares
. . 11.40A
'. . " SOD
.. 1 tct
.. 4 91
.. 4J 4
Conaola. money ..
Baltimore A Ohio
Csnsdlsn Pacific .
Chee A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W ...
C. 94. ft Bt. P...
flsnver ft R. O. .-.
do 1st pfd
do Id pfd
14.. K. T,
... tll't'N. T Central ...
...it iNnrfotV ft W
. .. 144a do prd
... MS, Ontario ft W
...II. 'A, Rand Mines
...41 do 1st pfd
...22 I do 2d pfd
...142 Southern Railway
... l&H do pfd
... 47 Snul hern Pacific
...12 t'nlon Pacific ....
. .. 4t on pfd
... I1A4 V. S. Steel
...71 do pfd
Nah...lMLj do pf
MV, Bpanleh 4s
SILVER Bar, steady. 2!)Sd per ounce,
UOVL'V a... 1
wit.i.D.i cii vein.
The rate or tl.acount In the r.nen marVst
for short bills is 34781, per cent; for three
month- bills, 3':ti per cent.
Bank of England tatemrnt.
IX5NDON, April W.-Vhe weeklv atate-
ment of the Ban wfEngland shows tho
following changes: Total reserve decreased
2.246,000. circulation fncitased 820,000. bul
lion decreased 2.104.154. oth or Heciirftlos
decreased l.24.0O0. other deposit increased
1.908.000. nubile deposit decreased 5 441 -
000, notes reserve decreased 2.127.0XiO am!
government securities were unchanged. The
proportion or tne Dank a reserve to liabili
ties thin week Is 44.10 per cent, as com
pared with 45.28 per cent last week.
BERLIN. April 12-Prlces on the bourse
today were firm and hsd an upward ten
dency. Americans hardened.
PARIS. April 12 Trading on the bourse
today waa Inactive and prices generally
were weak on realisation In view of the
approaching Issue of the Russian loun.
Russian Imperial fours were quoted at
82.50 and Russian bonds of 1904 at 518.00.
The official number of cars of
nrougnt In today bv each road waa:
c m. & st. p HT ft!, p-"
V. P System
C. & N. W., east....
C. & N. W . west ...
C. St. P.. M. O...
C. B. & g.. -at
1 ., . dt y., west....
C. R. I. & V., east..
C, R. I. & P., west.
Chicago Gt. West...
Total receipts ...
The disposition the dav s receipn was
as followi, each buyer purchasing the num
ber cf head Indicated:
41 24 19 I
.19 3 3
2U 19 3
. 1 1
.124 87 27 "I
Omaha Packing Co...
Swift anil Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co
Van Sant Co
W. I. Stephen
Hill A Son
Hamilton A Rothschild...
Wolf & Murnan
Sol Degan ,
J. B. Root A Co
I'nlon Dressed Beef Co..
Sheridan Meat Co
OMAHA, April 12.- Bank clearings for to
day were $1,581,994.49 and for the corre
sponding date last year 11.505, 100. 8L
BOSTON. April 11-WOOL Moderate
buying characterized the wool market. But
there I undoubtedly considerable uneasi
ness over the situation on the part of both
dealer and manufacturer. Contracting
Is still slowly In progress In tha west.
Territories are in fair movement. There
1 a greater demand for pulled wools. For
fine A super buyers pay 66tt8c. Medium
and fine combtnga are exciting a fair in
terest at full prices. Foreign wools are
firm. There are very few price changes
to note In the market thla week. Territory
Idaho fine, K2fS"23c; heavy fine. Hafi'.oc;
fine medium. 22r323c;- medium. 265j27; low
medium. 26Vif?7c. Wyoming fine, 210'.'2o;
heavy fine, 19024V; fine medium, 22(b23c;
medium, 2HfiZlc: low medium, 2t'.'g27c. L'tali
and Nevada, fine, 22&23C; heavy fine 194
10c; fine medium, 22i8'23c; medium, 2tff27c;
low medium, iVg'27c. Dakota, fine 2ig23c;
fine medl um, 2223c; medium, 27(i'2Sc; low
medium, 2627c. Montana, fine choice. 24
i5c; fine ave.Bge, 23ft24e; fine medium,
choice, 24tr25c; average. VSt24c; Staple, 27J)
28: medium choice. 2728c.
ST. LOII8. April 12 WOpI-r-flteady :
medium grades, combing and clothing. 2W
l'8c; light fine, awz4c; heavy fine, 1821c;
tub washed, 31633c.
Totals .. 2,920 -.2i5 5,539
CATTLE There were n.. many cattle In
tho yards, only 123 fresh csrs being re.
ported, which was considerably amaller
man uaual on a Thursday. There was,
however, a great plenty as compared with
The market on beef steers opened ex
tremely slow and dull. In fact, the market
was a dead on at the beginning and It did
not develop any great amount of life dur
ing the day. Packera' representative were
very slow to take hold, apparently having
about as many cattle on hand aa they
needed. Hence they were in no greut hurry
to add to their holdings. The result waa
that the cattle sold at prices that were
anywhere from weak to l'c lower than
Cow and heifer did not escape the
weakness which overtook the teer market,
in fact, they were if anything, weaker
than ateers. Most buyer seemed to have
come to the conclusion that they had been
paying higher prlcea here than were war
ranted by. the condition of other markets
and they announced right from the atart
that they would have to buy even the good
cows and heifers lower or leave them alone.
With buyer taking this position, there
could he only one reault a slow and lower
market, prices In most cases being all of
As usual on a Thursday the demand for
feeders was not as brlF-k a earlier In the
week, speculators being Inclined to act eon
aervatlvely for fear of having cattle to he
carried over Into next week. A few cattle
which were In early and which Just hap
pened, to fill ome place old at steudy
prices. Later trains brought In more feeder
cattle than usual for a Thursday and the
break on fat cattle acted a a atlll further
bear Influence. The result was feeders
closed off slow and easier.
SHEEP There was about a normal run
of aheep and lambs this morning, twentv
elght care being reported In the b:irn. O'
thla number two car were Bold to arrive
nnd practically everything else wn on Bnlo,
so that actual offerings were lower than
on a good many days of late.
The market waa In rather norullnr con
dition and It is no eny matter to describe
It In a way that will make It entirely
Slain to one who was not here. In the
rst plnce a portion of the offerings such
as puckers happened to want sold early
In the morning nt fully steady prices.
Some good Mexican lambs sold n high
a $6.50, which I a higher price than Im
been p.ild lyre for some time buck. Soma
feeder lambs also sold nt f nil v teady. or.
If anything, a little stronger price". So:n
go. id shorn western wether and -earlln?e
with a few natives on them sold nt $5:11.
On the other hand the market waa dull
and blow. There wa a feeling nmonr
Rome of the buyers at least that they had
been paying pretty stiff prices here as
tompared with Chit ago and they were in
clined to go slow, which gave the market
an easier tendency. Some of the same
lambs which brought $6.45 yesterday had
to aell at $6.30 today, showing that the
market did not have the anap and strength
that It had yesterday.
Quotations: Good to choice native lambs,
$&25ft6.r0; good to choice light western
lambs, $6.2nn.S .80; good to choice heavy
Inmba, $0.00'tf6.40; fair to good lambs. $0.00
8T6 26. cull lambs, $4 605.50; good to choice
light yearllnga, $5.75.15; good to choice
heavy yearlings, $5hnfl6.-0; fslr to good
heavy yearling, $5.5065.75; good to choice
wethers, $6.6o4.l6 20; fair to good wethers.
$5 40436.86: good to r.hoco heav y ewes. $0 40
4JfS.7&; good to choice light ewes. $fi.004K.4fl:
lair to good ewes, $4.(0r3.00; cull sheep and
2 clipped bucks
145 western clipped lambs
253 western ewes
376 western clipped lambs
95 western clipped lambs
261 clipped wethers & yearlln
409 western ewes
1 Mexican cull lamb
685 Mexican lambs
29.i Mexican lamb
570 MexIcAn lambs
13 weatern ewes
486 weatern lamha, feedrs...
274 western lambs, feeders....
614 western lambs, feeders
. HIS 3 so
.61 4 25
.89 4 SO
.119 4 73
.73 6 00
S HI 5 23
. 102 5 40
.60 6 00
.. 74 20
. . . 80 6 2j
CHIC.4UO l.IVK STOCK M4HKKT
NEW ORLEANS. April 1J.-COTTON-Spot
market closed firm. Sales. 2.060 bale.
Ordinary, 8c; good ordinary. 9 15-ltic; low
middling. loc: middling, llo; good mid
dling. 117e; middling fair. 12V Receipts,
2.207 bales; stock. 241.094. bales.
ST. I)CIS. April 12.-OOTTON-Steady;
middling, HSc. Sales, none; receipts, none;
shipments. 66 bales; stock, 40.2?4.
LIVERPOOL April 12 COTTON-Spot
in fair demand; prlcea 8 points lower;
American middling fair. (66d; good mid
dling. a.36d; middling. 8d; low middling.
6iixl, good ordinary. 5 82d; ordinary, tti'Jd.
The aale of the day were 10.000 bale, of
which 1.000 were for speculation and expoit,
and Included S.4o9 American. Receipta,
4.000 bales. Including 3.64) American.
Xew York Mining; atoeks.
NEW YORK. April 12. Cloaing quota
tions on mining
Comalock Tunuel ...
Coo. 11. ft As
tt ll.ittle Chiof ...
WASHINGTON. April 12. Today s state
ment of the treasury balance in the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the $l5O.000,uia) gold
reserve, shows: Available cash balance,
$1w.iCh,?74; gold coin and bullion, I77.5-' 8r
gold I't-rliAcatea. $i.794.40.
Baak of Prate Statanteat.
PARIS. April 13-The weekly statement
of the Bank of Franca shows the following
changes: Notes in clrculatlo.i deirnmed
42,45u,i.vvf, slreaoury Ueposil lu;lvetl 14,.
agar aad Molasses.
NEW YORK. April 1? -SCQAR-Raw.
steady; fair refining. 2 Jl-Siti7k-; centrifugal,
96 test, 8 15-3?&3Hc: molasses sugar, 2 23-32U
2c. Refined, quiet; No. i, 3Ac; No. 7.
4 15c; No. (, 4.10c; No. a. 4 06c; No 10. 4.00c;
No. 11. $.95c; No. 12, S.oe: NO. IS, 85c. No.
14, 3 85c; confectioners' A, 4 56c; mould A,
5.o6c; cut loaf. 6.40c; powdered, 4 80c; granu
lated. 4.70c; cubes, 4.95c.
NEW ORLEANS. April 11 8L'G A It
Quiet but steady: open kettle, centrifugal,
S'o3vc; centrifugal ahltea. Jc; yellows,
IS'03ll-16c: seconds. 2&3vc.
MOLASSES Nominal; open kettle. I7j
30c; centrifugal. 7620c.
Oils aad Koala.
NEW YORK. April ll.-OII-Cotton-seed,
strong; prime crude, f. o. b., ml'l.
he'uSlc; yellow, 8oVfc37vc. Petroleum, steady;
retined. New York. $7.60; Philadelphia and
Baltimore, $ &&; prime bulk, $4 to. Turpea
lire, quiet at IsSvytHSc.
ROSIN Firm; strained, common to good,
$3 9ia4 0O.
SAVANNAH. April 12.-OM,-Turpenllne.
firm. S8c. - ' ,
ROSIN Firm; A. B. C. $3 70; D, $3.75; K.
$3 8u; F. $3 85: O. $3 90: H. $4 35; 1. $40; K.
$6 00; M, $6 bu; N. $ 10; W. IV. $5.20; W. AV .
NEW YORK. April 12.-COFFEE Mar
ket for coffee futures opened stesdy at
unchanged prices to a dot line of Ave points
on one position. Tha cioao was- steadv.
net unchanged, to five points higher. Sales
were reported of 1M.500 hags.' About 170.aj
bags were exchanged. 8 lea Included April
at 4 46c: May at (.5q6ac; Juno. 6c; July
at .7t.(i Sue. September at ttuc: October at
T oo; December at T 17 is-; January, T i5c
and March at 7.40. 45c; ayut, steady; Kg. 7
Rio Invoice, 1 1-ltc.
Mo. Ay. Pr. No. At. Pr
I 773 1 28 tt 1201 4 7t
I 711 1 60 11 list 4 l
tat 1 40 24 1211 4 78
14 t7 1 10 10 1171 4 76
19 til 4 00 It 1110 4 71
II 10 4 10 10 1115 4 71
( 71 4 16 2 1141 4 71
II W.I 4 20 40 ling 4 7J
It 4 10 II 117 4 71
II 1ii9 4 00 1 1S40 4 0
1 177 4 00 7 1041) 4 10
U 1041 4 S6 17 1061 4 89
180 4 .A3 71 llal 4 W
7 ITS 4 16 34 1124 4 IS
tO 1044 4 It 17 ISM 4 IS
11 loot 4 40 14 1201 4 as
II 1. 44 4 40 7 1045 4 tl
14 1401 4 40 20 1340 4 Kl
8 tt2 4 40 17 1207 4 15
17 1010 4 40 1 12S1 4 86
7 4 4 45 tl 14lt I 00
14 1478 4 K tl 126t I 00
t 1200 4 60 17 . v 1441 8 o
11 1117 4 10 10 1311 I 00
11 104 4 M 1330 8 04
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It 144 t at t 1107 I 74
1 Itrt t 60 1 1M) 8 71
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1 160 1 W I 1261 4 0
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It .1031 1 1 4 1100 4 M
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t 121 1 tl t 471 4 Ml
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IT 11A4 I M I lie I a
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Hoar Steady Piter
CHICAGO. April 12. CATTLE Receipts.
6.0(4) head: market steady; common to prime
Bteera, $4.0O-&6 ; cows, $3.25f4.jO; heifers.
$2.76a6.00; bulls. $2 ei4 35: calve. $2.76446.10;
Blocker and feeder. $2 76?J4.75.
HOOS Receipts. 16,000 head; steady;
choice to prime heavy. $1i.&oifi.60; medium
to good heavy. $ti.4Mi.60; butcher weight,
$6.4Si.56; good tn choice heavy mixed, $? 5
tiA5.-; packing. $5 47H.
SHEEP AND I.AMB8-Recclnts. 20.(00
head; market dull; sheen. $1,2516.60; year
lings, $5,001)6.26; lamb, $4.7.Vu.Co.
Kaaaas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, April 11 CATTLE Re
ceipts. 4.000 head, Including KO southern:
matket dull; choice export and dressed
beef steers, $5.30(116.90: fair to good, $4.2R'fi
5.26; western-fed steers. $3.755.25: stock
ers and feeders. $3.0034.80; southern steers.
$3.7616.00; southern cows, $2at'fi1.00: native
cows, $2 604.80; native heifer. S3. 5195.00;
bulls. $2.9o(u4.26: calves. $3.00i(i6.50.
HOGS Receipts, 8.EO0 head: market
strung and slow: top. $646; bulk of sales.
$i-..SOi&6.42H: heavy, $6,4070 45: packer, $6.35
4)6 4.' 4 : pigs and light. $5.2f.u6.40.
BIIKBP AND LAMBS Receipt. 7.600
head; market strong and active- native
lamha, $5.00a6.6O: western lnmbs. $5.00fiii.5o;
ewes and yearling. $4.5(KfA 00: wetern-fd
sheep, $5.00Q6.25; Blocker and feeders, $4.60
ew York Lire Stock Market.
NEW YORK. April 12.-BEEVES-Re-celpts
425 head, all consigned direct; noth
ing doing In live cattle; market nominally
eteady; dressed beef In fair demand at
L,4l4o per pound for common to choice
native sides. Exports, 12 cattle, 191 sheep.
CALVES Receipta. none and nothing do
ing; market feeling steady; dressed calve
firm; city dressed veals. 7A'&12C per
pound: country dressed. 6'g9V
HOGS Receipts. 444 head: none for sale;
msrket feeling steady.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 2.256
head; market for aheep steady: lamha slow
and unchanged; spring lambs tlrtn; cliped
butchers" aheep. $4 6iA4: clipped .export
wethers. $ 10; unshorn lamb. $6 76; clipped
lambs. $o.aV(,6.37At; spring lambs. $3.Gk.u6.00
t. l.oals Live Stork Market.
HT. IOri8. April 12 CATTLE Receipts.
8,&o0 head. Including 2. Coo Texans: market
stesdv: native shipping and export sleets.
$4 85 fil Wc dressed beef and butcher steers.
$3 7036.40: steers under 1.000 pounds. $3 )6r
4 60; stockers and feeders. $2.40-5 4c: cow
and heifers. $2.1oS.00; canners. $1.7.'A2 i5:
bulls, $2 4034.4O; calves. $2 6q 66; Texas
and Indian aeers, S3.70fii.70; cows and
he'fers. $2 KfJ4.f5.
HOGS Receipts. 5.000 hesd: market
strong; pigs and lights. J.1.0.M6 4j; packers.
$6 oeaG.50; butchers and beet heavy, $6.33
SHEEP AND LA MBS Reeelptt. .'00 hsd;
msrket steady: native muttons. $4. 006 6 50:
Ismhs, $5.5v34.?5: culls and bucks. $3.7x1
! Condition or Trade and 14 notnl lvtia nn
I Maple ami I rtuc.v Produce,
j I'tlOk-i.ti'MyU, lil-ei:; f.teii sl.k. ca
count. 1 4V -
LlVI I'OIUI'.V - lieu. 11c, oi.i
lut.sleie, .ot uiiAiry. mc, duck, lie,
voung 1 ouod-i . tiCcst . M.'.
l.Ri:S.SLI ' I'Hi l.ih 1 ru.eeis !SiUc;
old totoo. i.Viilv. ciucketis. lenl-c. old loost-
. et s. 7f. iiiics. i.ui.it.-. ttist, iv.
j Bl'TTER I'ui'hii.a it.t.K. Lie; choice
to fancy dally, lvjilic cteioei. ll'u-IV-
HAY-l'ilceo qu..t-d by Omaha Feed coin
pan) . No. 1 upl'ind. $7. medium. $ iJ,
I re, Iti.o.'n 5o. Bye straw. $0 W.
! UP AN Pe. ton, H7 60.
I NEW Lisbi AllLES.
I TOMAToh-S Khirlun. pvr ciaic of 30 lbs..
I lit 1. t'
WAX iiLANS Per hainper of about Jt
I h . net. IU ...
1 rKlNG UEA.NK -ler hamper of about Jo
I ib., net. 3 iv . t un.
i TLUNlli.. siLKTfl AND CARROTS-"
LoiitMtiii.t. .- dos. buiiciies, it-.-.
1 fcllAi.l.Oi IS Louisian.i. Jr doaeB
HEAU l.KTTl'C'K Louisiana, per bbl.,
$. ..iM 111 11, 1 . r OoS lixatls. l.tJfl .
LhAr l-Ki'TLCK WotOouse. per do.
C'l'CCMtitLS-Hoinouse, per doa . aLioW
ONIONS Homo rown, yellow and red,
per bu . out', bpanisti, per Cisle. ti.Ji; Colo
rado, ltd and it-How. per bu.. $!.
11.ot-1v.AL. rr.; iia.
DATES- Per Do vt 80 1-lb. pkgs., loo;
llalloue I'll, in ".0-lb. boxes, per IU , 6c; t-a
r, per lb , 4c; walnui stufted, l ib. pktj..
12.00 uer dox.; B-lb. boxes, $1 uO. '
ORANOEd-Caliroriua. em fancy Red
land navele, ail eiscs. $3. Stt: fancy navels,
$8. in; choice, Hu sixes. $.
LEMONS Linionu'i's, extra fancy. I4J
B.ze, $3.".J; y) lo i.U sire, 14. 26 .
FIGS-Cillfoi'in. r--- so-iii. carton, ift'i
A5c; Impoiied Siujrna, three-iiown. 11c; six
vi o n. 13c. ,
HAN ANAS Per medium sired bunch. $1.7$
;6; Jun.bos, $2 oiKul 00.
TANGERINES California, per boa of
about 120. $:i.wy
GRAPH Kit U IT Florida, per box. $1 Mil
7.50; California, per bo 4.0"4.!ia
Pl'.AHR-'Yn.ier Nellie. 12.60.
APl'LES- Callfornla Newton. Pippins nnd
Baldwins, $2 Per bu. box; Ben Davis, $3
per bu. box; AAiuesMps, 82.50 per bu. box;
other varieties, $2.0ucj it.60 per bu ; New York
Bl'Ple. Baldwins and Russets. $6.00 per bbl.
ORAPr'.tJ in. pot ted Malagas, 36.tX4t;.60
POTATOES Home grown, par bu., i
Wc, South Dakota, pel bu.. 7ic.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., ll.lw; No. 2. $1..5.
LIMA bi.ANS-IVr lb.. bo
CABI3AGE C-i.forr.U. w per lb.; Wis
consin, in crates, per '.o.. iAa'a-c.
CELERY Calltoi nla, $1 per Uos.
SWEET POTATOES Illinois, ir 11-pk.
hCARROTS. PARSNIPS AND TUHMta
Per bu., tec.
No. 1 ribs, lie; No. a ribs, lHic: No. 1
ribs, 9Vc; No. I loin. lb; No. 2 loin. 13c.
No. i loll), ll'.sc; lo. 6 cliuck, 6c; No. I
chuck, 6V:; No. t chuck. Be; No. 1 round.
8C; NO. 8 TOUI1U, lc, A-vo. tuutiu, i-st.,
io. 1 plate, 4c; No. 3 plate, 3V; No. pi la,
CIDER-I'er Keg, 3.i&: lbl., $6,75,
liOM'. V Ne. per 24 lbs., $3.50.
C11EESK Swiss, new, :oc; Wlsconsfn
but a, luc; laconsin liniberger, 16c; twins.
13V; 'oui.a America, lie.
NUTS AAuiuuU, No. 1 soft shells, new
Clop, per ib., liVc; l'rl snclls, per lb..
LiV. 1'ecor.s. laiae, per iti.. 14c; small, per
lb, 12c. i'eanuia, per IV. v; roasted, per
lb., sc. Chill waiuuts, per ib., i.'4,ldV-.
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., l'.c; hard
snelia, per ib., lac. cocuanuia, $4 per buck
"ekEoH FISH. Trout. 11c; halibut, 11c;
plckeicl, dressed, 7c; wlilte bass, lie; sua
bsli, oc, pel to, sMiiiu-U and Ui eaed, oc;
pike, 9l.t-'; iedsiiak.er, iio; tain. on. Lie;
cnipples, 6c; eels lc; black Iwss, iic;
whitensn. Ii'jl2e; frog legs, per dog., 60c;
lobsters, gift-n, 38c; bolied lobsters, 4'c;
bluensn, loc; Herring, 6c; Spanish mackerel,
16c: haddock, luc; blirnup, ti.tli per gallon;
smelts. 1-c; coti. 12c; l.uiuieaiio, Uc; catilsh,
lie; roe eiiad, ioc; flounders, lie.
ML'SHRooMS-liotlicuso, per lb, 604560c.
RADISHES liu;nouse. pel dos. bunches.
oYSTLiRS--rrfcsli aiandarn, $1.40 per gal.,
shell oyottirs, $1.iu3.1k) per ivo; LRUs Neck
ciams, $1.60 por 1 . . . , M
SUOAK tiianulated co.sre, in bbls.. Sj.06:
granulated cane, In sucks, Su.Oll granulatod
ueet. In sacks, $1.91.
HVRL'P-In barrels, 24c per gal.; In casea.
10-lb. cans. $l.u; cases, U 6-IU. cans, $2.u;
cases. 24 iVlu. cans. $1.90
COFFEE -Roaiited: No. t.i. 2oe per ib.;
No. 80, 20V4O per lb.; No. A. 18Vc per lb;
No. 20, 15V Per ,b-' No- a 1;iHo per lb.
FLOL'rl twholesale) Best high grade Ne
brasko, per cwl., 81.80: best high grade pat
ent Minnesota, per ct., $23o; straight pat
ent Nebraska, pur twi., i v, second pat
ent Nebraska, 81.80.
CURED FiSH Family whlteflsh. per
bbl., Pl Ibit.. $4 50; Nora-ay mackeral, par
bbl., 200 lbs., bloaters. $40ia); i Ul;
No 1 S'M 's.1: No. 3, $41.00; Irish. No. Z. $16.00;
llrrri'ng. in bbls., Mi ioa. eecn. Norway, 4k.
$13.00; Norway, 3k, $13.0u; Holland, mixed,
$11 50; Holland herring, in kegs, milkers,
ljuc; kegs, mixed, ioc
HIDES. PELTS AND TALIX)W-No. I
gien hides, 9c; No. 2, 8c; No. 1 salted,
lie; No. 2. 10c; bull hides, TSSe; diy
hltlt. U'aMc- Horse hides, large, 83; small,
$J. iiei'i pelts, each 6ucu$:.'-'5. Tallow, No.
1. 44: No. 2. Se; rough. lAc.
CANNED uOOuS-t'org, standard west
ern, 5i4ioOc; Maine, $1 .26. Tomatoes, 3-lb
cans, $!.2j-i(1.50; 2-lb . 9iV-4'8l 0"- Pineapple,
grated. 2-lo.. $2.ui4j2.30; sliced, $l.lkiw23i.
Gallon appies, fancy. 13.50; California apri
cot, $1 4i.ia2.O0; pears, $126.96.36.199; peaches,
fancy. $1.7i,'a2.40; H. neaches. $0uu;..A
Alaska salmon, red. $1.15; ping. 80c; fancy
Chinook. F'., $2.10: fancy aockeyn, Y., Sl.U;
saidin.-H, : oil. $2.50: mustards, $2.iut
$10. Sweet potatoes. $l.loil.2G: sauerkraut.
$1.0o; pumpkin. fCc'uKI.OO; wax beans. 2-lb.,
751i9oc; It mi, twans. 1-lb.. 75c'(il 36; splnacn,
il.30-'ii2.O0: cheup peus. 2-lb.. 80o; extra, i5t
$0c; fancv. $1 "iiil.75
BROtJMS No 1 carpet, $S ia; No. t carpet.
$2.4u; No. 3 plain. $3 26.
Evaporated Apple and Dried Fratts.
NEW YORK. April 12. EVA POR ATED
A PPLES Market -ahowM no further
changes. Fair to good are cpinted at 8V'
9c; nearly to strict prime, 9't'j!c; choice,
loc; fancv. at Ho.
CALIFORNIA DRIED-? FRUITS-Prune
are In good .lobbing demand with io-o
particularly firm. Quotations range from
47lu8o. according to grade. Aprlcota are
light In supply on spot nnd the torn, of the
market Is firm. Choice are 'quoted at lo
1i1)c; extra choice, livy'l'-'': fancy. Ylt
L'c. Peache are In good Jolil.lng du
mand nnd firm In tone, although prices
are not quotably higher.
REAL ESTATE TH tMPEIIl,
Stock In Slsbt. !
Receipts of live stock at In six principal j
western markets yesterday: I
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. I
South Omaha 3.0 0 8SO 6. 1
Sioux City frf) 2.9ii . . . j
Kanss city 4.iij ..'..) ;.coo
St. Joseph 2 334 7. 691 4.104
St. I-null 3 600 6 00 G it 1
Chicago 6.KIM 16.i)0 !.(,)
Total receipts 1334 tC,,VA 38.7
tloas ( Ity I.I va Stock tlarke.
SlOtX CITY. la.. Aprtl 12. (Special T!
egtam. "ATTLE Receipts. 600 hesd; mar
ket steady; Blockers sluw: lieeves. 81 Z1i
6 60; cows, bulls and mixed. $3 0(jat 5.i:
stockers and feeder. $3 5"a4 6(;: calves and
)earllngs. $3 25 a4 40.
HCnIS Receipts, tfrOO head: market
rteadv. Belling at $6041i. Rjlk of sale.
t. Joseph Lira Hark Market.
BT JOSEPH. April 13 -CATTLE Re
ceipts, Z,lil bead; oiarket ateady u 104
Victor H. Caldwell and wife to John
A. Schcnk. lots 3 and 4, block 8.
Jeroni" pa ik $
A. U Reod et al to Alfred Beaton,
et, lot 3. block "G," Omaha
Justus Slemert to Martha J. Stern
er!, w-A ne't ami e M n'1, 2-15-11
Claud Caml.lln to A. H. Alpvlu. lots
a and 6, block 7. Iloroach's 2d add.
Freilerle N. Goddurd Hnd wife to
Claud Camblin, i;iin
Maria Lay, on and husband to Wil
liam E. tinhorn, tract lot II, block
7. Pullman Place
George D. Mtewart to Henry H. I.e-m-re.
lot I'O. Griffon A' IsaacB....
AVilllam A. Graham to Fannie Levin,
lot 6, block 2. Plalnview
Emma J. O Itearn ei u;. 10 jors.
p;ton A. Clark, part lot 9, block
)JS. South Omaha
Mabel V. Shinier and husband to
Nellie McDouougli. part lots 8 and
9. 20:1) and Amea Ave. sub
Louis and Lulu K. Burmoster to
Josephine II. Weideiife tier, lot 12,
block 22. Omaha View
J. C. Lushlaugh to Charles Ilanley,
lot $. block ', Bowery Hill
John W. McDonald, sheriff, to the
I'nlted Real Estate 6c Trust Co.,
part lot 30, Harlman's add
George Vrudenburg and wife to
Alma HummeU lot 26. Eills Plate.
Mary r lelhow and husband to Mary
Hoban. sW lot 7. block 13. E. V.
Bridget Welsh and husband to
Vs'lav Kaukovtky, lot 63, Sulli
van's . . .
Th Alldwsy Investment Co. to
Frank Lelek. lot 17, block 4, Par
son's at Lorry's add ,
Brower E. 81ii'anL.e and wife to
Hans C. II. I'ook. lot 4. block 3,
I.. P. Hammond s aid.
Fannie arid Arnold F lyevin to Wil
liam A. Graliam, lots 2 and 2. w.
A Redlck's add.
F. Da Day k Co.
2tock. Grain, I'rovlaloii
Bkia leal '-rala to la.
Cbleatio aad MiMuaapollo Urllvary.
One-eighth coinailtsluu on 4, rain, onw
cual ter on Slocks. Prompt and careful
tueiiiion givtn iu ouisiue. accounts. Writ
for cur djily Market Letter, mailed fta,
. 81(1-818 Board a( Trad Bid.
VS Dlataaee Tk-?a, $aaglas 8614,
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