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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, ATOTL' 22, 190G.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wleat Dull on Limited Trade Throughout
DISTANT FUTURES RELATIVELY STRONG
War Pranltn te D Eratle Aeeemat
af Blsr Oara Interest Car
RaKe Rhada Lavr
Oata Bell Freely.
OMAHA. April H. UOS.
Wheat w dull on a limited trad
throughout the session. The only feature
in tlit, pit wai the strength of the July and
September deliveries relative to the May.
Operations were largely local. Weather
conditions throughout the winter and
spring wheat belt are entirely satisfactory,
and crop advlcea from all sources are fa
vorable. There Is, undoubtedly, a consider
able scattered open Interest In May wheat,
and It promises to be somewhat erratic.
Corn was moderately traded In and ruled
a shada lower, 'i'hs situation Insofar as ths
May Is concerned has not changed In 'any
particular. Next week will see a very
sharp decrease in local stocks, and arrivals
ara light and country selling nothing, In
fact, southwestern points arc paying better
prices west than Chicago. A carno sold
today at He over May tur No. 2 in store.
The July and September will be Influenced
by any future strength In the May.
Trad in May oats was light, but bright
weather and rapid progress with seeding
had a depressing effect upon the Septem
ber, which wss sold rattier freely. The cash
demand in general Is ood and arrivals
are running light.
Primary Wheat receipts were 283,000 bu.
and shipments 474.000 bu., against receipts
last year of t4.l00 bu. ana shipments of
8ul,00u bu. Corn receipts were iW.tMl bu. and
snlpments 4tn,uo bu , ugaintit receipts last
year uf 6(M,(iiij bu. and hhipinents of oDo.uuu
bu. Clearances were 5o,ia0 bu. wheat, 24,tw
bbls. flour, 457,000 bu. corn and tw.ucO bu.
Liverpool closed Htf-id lower on wheat
and unchanged to ti hikher on corn.
Australian wheat shipments were 824.000
bu., against 866,000 bu. last week and
814,000 bu. last year. lnd.an shtprtents
were 182,000 bu., against 680,000 bu. last
week and 2 48,000 bu. last year.
llroornhajl estimates the. World's wheat
shipments for Monday at 0,800, 000 bu,
Local range of options:
Articles. Open. High. I Iaw. Close. Yes y.
A Oreaf Oolii llTinG Pdgir. 6 Oooi totne mciiest ino
THE MANHATTAN MIZPAH MINING COMPANY
iile Lining the
THE KENTUCKY, CAPTAIN SAM AND ARKANSAS CLAIMS
reai Manhattan Consolidated End Lining the Dexter and Pine Nut
The game great cold-bearinir lecLsres which have made the Manhattan Consolidated famous, can be traced by bold surface croppings across the property of the Manhattan Mirpah.
ledges have been opened at a dozen points on the Kentucky, Arkansas and Captain Sam claims, revealing uniform shipping values.
Vv'. cat I till
May... I 72B 727.1 721 724 7!4
Ju.y... ,IU 71B 71A b 71Vs
C ...i- I
...ay... 43B 43 43A 43A 43
I 4i-tA 4HA tlA 41HA 4.111
uy,,. 1 XtA
A asked. B bid.
Onaba Ceah Bales.
CORN-No grade, 1 car, S&ttc.
Omaha Cash Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 hard, 7470V4c; No. t hard,
.T.Vij'jo; No. 4 herd, tiu.iWc; No. X spring,
,oti -iuvu; No. 8 spring, iWuoc.
tOKN-No, 8, 44c; No. 4, 42&43c: no grade,
36'u-Uc; No. I yellow, 44c; No. a white, 46c.
UA'1'8 No. 8 mixed, 30c; Kit, 8 white,
31c; No. 4 white, 30c.
RYKNo 8. 66c; No. 8, 63HC ,
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago i 86 123
l.au.us City 33 40 HI '
..Minneapolis 136 ... ..'
v. .ulia 1 35 19
Lwium 21 ... ...
Louis 8a CI C7
J wl VHVTT't3-
- . ft IN IN 6 eNGINCEXS.
texts and given Taluea from $75 to 9100 to the ton. The vein on the Kra.
turky has bern proven to depth of 80 feet and haa broadened out and be
rome richer with depth. On the Arkansa two ledge averaging from four to
six feet in width reveal values of better than 9100 per ton.
THE MAQHATTAIT 'MIZPAH
Capitalization $1,000,000 Par Value $1 Per Share
400,000 SHARES IN TREASURY, FULLY PAID AND NONASSESSABLE.
President. J. F. Mitchell, Mining Engineer
Vice President J. E. Baraness, Mine Operator
Secretary Harry Coffee, Merchant
Treasurer . .' L. M. Upnam
Assistant Secretary John M. Fairfield
Directors: James O. Sweeney, Attorney General of Nevada; Frank Gend
ron, Original Locator of Claims; J. F. Mitchell, J. E. Bareness, L, M. Upharn,
Harry Coffee and J. M. Fairfield.
OURS ARE ARISTOCRATIC NEIGHBORS.
The CI aims of the Manhattan Mizpah are Surrounded on All Side by the
Greatest Mines In the Manhattan District.
The Kentucky Claim Side Lines the Great Consolidated, Admittedly the Rich
est of All Manhattan Gold Mines. Four Months Ago Its Stock was Sell
ing at 15 Cento. It 1 Today In Active Demand at 910 Per Share.
CHICAGO GRAM A.NU PROVISlOXg
Fentaraa of the Trading and Closing;
I'rlces on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, April 21.-Favorable weather
througtiout the wheat glowing sections of
Lie culled States imparted a weak tone to
tne wneat market at the cluso today, final
quotations on the May delivery being oft
no- Corn was down So. Oats showed
u ius or VsW'tO. provisions were from to
to ViC tower.
Uuilng tne greater part of the day the
wheat market was steady, but lute In the
bisslon prices yielded to moderate piotit
taklntr and the market closed weak at
about tiie lowest point of the day. Pri
mary receipts today were - fcJ.Ooo bu.. as
against Su4,uu0 for the corresponding day
tine year ago, ana mis was me only Item
lit n;u favorable to the bulls received
gui inn i.ae day. On the other hand, reports
l. Mii i,,a southwest told of the excellent
tuuOKiiiii lit tall sown wheat and ndvices
I.e.. i..e uorinwcst snld that seeding Is
uujt Lompiited In tuat section. May
ope. .id a kiiade lower to a shade higher
1.1 7,'Jic, soid up to 80c and then de
. c.i icu ,i iSiC. T'ie close wss weak at
',j',c. Ciiaiances of wheat and flour were
ttiuul to lb4,uut bu. Minneapolis, Duluth and
Chicago reported receipts of 1&8 cars, as
U4nnt 363 a year ago.
The corn market was strong early In the
(lay on llrm cables and small local receipts,
but this firmness was soon dispelled by
lirorU'laklng, Induced by clear weather. The
market closed weak. May opened a shade
lower to a shade higher at 4?447Hc, s-jld
up te 47 e and declined to 47c. The close
was at 47 Wo 47V, a Local receipts were M
cars, with U of contract grade.
Kavoruble conditions for seeding and the
weakness of wheat and corn depressed ths
oata market. May opened unchanged to a
shade lower at 824C to 324!&;2c, sold be
tween 32M,c and l):H4l-'4c and closed at
J2lc. Local receipts were 123 cars.
l'rovlilons were easier. At the close July
pork was off tic at ld lard was down
fttiVtc at .67Vki(.70 and ribs were So lower
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
I cars; corn, 117 cars; oats, 114 cars; hogs,
The leading futures ranged as follows:
The Pine Nut ledge is traceable for 800 feet across the Captain Sam.
This marveous deposit of gold bearing ore ranges from 15 to 20 feet in width
und gives a general assay value of $75 per ton. A four-foot ledge has been
opened at six places on the Kentucky, giving a uniform value of better than
9100 per ton. This ledge is the same vein from which sensational values are
being taken on Uie Consolidated. At every point where these ledges have been
opened on the Kentucky and Captain Sam they have stood the most exhaustive
The Captain Sam Claim End Lines the Dexter and the Fine Nut. Dexter is
Selling at 91 Fer Share and Fine Nut for 50 Cent Per Share.
Five Leasers Are Working on the Three Claims and Have Opened Up Immense
Gold Bearing Ledges, and the Property Will Soon Join the List of
Shippers of High Grade Ore. ,
EXCEPTIONAL STOCK OFFERING
25 CENTS A SHARE
A GOLD MliiE FOR THE PRICE OF A PROSPECT
One hundred thousand shares of treasury stock in the Manhattan Mlzpan
Mining Company Is offered to the public at 25 CENTS PER SHARE.
References- Any Dank In Coldfleld or Tonopah
Thlg remarkable offer cannot snd h not been duplicated in the Man
hattan district Not only is the Mlipah Companys ground the cream of all
Manhattan, but it embraces a larre acreage three claims or about 60 acres.
Its territory Is as large as the Consolidated, and three times that of the Pine
Nut. It has a continuation of the Consolidated ledges. All along these great
ore deposits on the Mlspah Company'g ground the leasers have opened up the
veins. On the Kentucky One tet of leasers alone have opened up four-foot
ledges for four hundred feet which averages straight across shipping values,
or values of more than $100 per ton. Almost an equal amount of work has
been done on the Captain Sam. The Pine Nut ledge crosses this claim and
has been proven for a distance of 800 feet.
DIVIDENDS FOR YEARS.
In making this offer to the public we will add another to the long list of
successful companies that we have launched toward the dividend paying
estate. The Immense ore bodies that have been opened up, even at this early
day in the history of the mine, Insure dividends for every shareholder for
many years. For
IMMEDIATE rROFTT OR DIVIDEND RETURNS
shares in the Manhattan Mlzpaii Company are more attractive to either the
small or large investor. Any person familiar with the conditions at Man
hattan will know at a glance at the map in this ad that no better property
could be purchased it la the best in the district. The consolidated mine is
MARVEL OF THE MINING WORLD.
The scores of englneefa who . have eiperted it pronounce it one of the
greatest mines in Nevada. As the consolidated Is a great mine, so is Man
hattan a great camp, one for which there Is scarcely a parallel in the annals
of western mining operations. The Manhattan Mizpah
MILL nE AS GREAT AS THE CONSOLIDATED.
There will be no second offering of this stock. It will be over-subscribed
many times. It Is beyond any question the cheapest stock to which public
subscription has been invited-since the first fabulous values were found at
Manhattan. This firm has a
REPtTATION TO SUSTAIN.
In Goldfleld and Bullfrog tt has made a distinctive success of Its every
mining enterprise, and thousands of our clients who purchased stocks upon
our advice have coined money through their investments. In Manhattan we
were first on the ground, and each of our five companies in that camp are
MAKING GOOD WITH RAPID STRIDES.
The stock of the Manhattan MUpah is easily worth 60 cents per share.
Any broker who sees the accompanying map will tell you as much. The
Pine Nut Company, owing a fraction adjoining the Mlspah group, put out its
treasury shares at 60 cents, and the allotment was over-subscribed several
times within a few hours.
STOCK IN THE MANHATTAN MIZPAH WILL BE WORTH FIVE DOLLARS
A SHARE WITHIN TWO YEARS.
Remember our prediction. Make' a memo, of it and consult the stock
quotation sheets at the end of 24 months.
If you want sharea in this excellent company you will have to act quick.
Either send us YOUR RESERVATION BY WIRE or CONSULT OUR LOCAL
The Die Conservative Drokerago House
Bankers and Brokers
Articles. Open. Hlgh. Low. Close Yes'y.
1 02 15 96 18 02H It 10
1U 16 1I 2' I i-S 1 i7Vi
li 15 u v: in li If 26
8 60 tb'M t BZVi (60
8 7S 8 TV 8 70 8 75
8 8a 8 77 8 80 8 87H
8 70 8 6:Vi 8 66 8 70
k teVi 8 7i 8 17 8 87H
8 7Vt 8 80 8 8i I 874
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Mnrlctt firm; winter patents.
8i-iSWJ; winter straixhts, H J vi ft); sprlnf
(stents, 83.(wtiSl spring slraiKhls, KMUtf
!.: bakers, U.iu'l.iM.
WllKAT-Nu. i sprlnft. WtfSlMre; No. I
spring-, t'ofcHc; No. 1 r.d, iuVu'AKs.
CO UN No. I. 4c; No. 2 yellow, 4sWc
OATS No. I. 31'ic; No. 2 while, dJitMc;
No. 8 white, Uuic.
BYE-No. 2, i",c.
AHLK Uood feeding. C93Uc; fair to
choice nidlt.ng, 4.''ii-ue.
BKEDS No. 1 nai, tl CSVfc: No. I north
western. 81.15- Timothy, prime, 83.17Mi.
Clover, contract grade, 811.60.
fr-KOVISlONS Mess pork, per bbl., 818.000
l.u6. Lard, per loj lbs. I b.'iti i&. Short
ribs sides (loose). 8!.u8.iu; short clear
sides (boxed), tt) 00,y! 10.
FollcwlnK were the receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
Flour, bbls 87.ft.i0 10,700
Wheat, bu .x) li.2u0
Corn, bu Tl.tiuO )30
Oats, bu :u6.5tiO 2itt.u0
Rye, bu KouO 6,800
barley, bu tl.Ieu) 85.lM
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameries, U'(t
bic; dairies, liTJo. Ls, firm; at mark,
raaea Included. XislHc; nrsts. 15V:; prime
tlrsis, 1kVc; extras, Uo. Cheese, easy at
Mlaaeapolls Grata Market.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis snd Chicago delivery). The
ranee of prices, as furniithed by F. D. Day
A Co., 110-1 11 board of Trade building, was:
8, 29ic. Barley: 8887e. Rye: C4UO
68ttc. Flax; Cueh, 81.16V. May. 81.17.
MEW YORK OENCH4I. HAIKJIT
aotatloBS of the Dr oat Varloas
NEW TCRK. April 21. FLOUR Re
ceipts, 11,407 bbls.; exports. 11 bbls;
steady, but dull; winter patents, 8804.2&;
winter straights, 83.703.80; Minnesota
ratents, 84. S644.50; winter extras, U-Mi
35; Minnesota bikers, tSMx&i.li; winter
low grades, 12.6553.3). Rye flour, steady;
fair to good, 83.8t.(&l.0; choice to fancy,
CORN MEAL Firm: fine white and yel
low, 3120; coarse, $1.0701.0; kiln dried,
RYE Dull; No. i western, 70o asked f. o.
h. Nei York.
BARLEY Steady; feeding, 470 0 I. f.
New York: malting, blutlo off. New
WHEAT Receipts, 86,000 bu.: spot msr
ket, steady; No. 3 red, nominal, elevator;
No. t red, ftHfrc, nominal, f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 northern Duluth. 8Ho f. 0. b. afloat.
Optloi s opened unchanged and Improved
about o on cables, lighter than looked for
Australian exports, light receipts and cov
ering, but eased oft under fine crop proe
pects and closed steady at net unchanged
prices to sn advance of He. May, 86 13-13
87 5-16c, closed at 87c: July. 84 l-1664Ho,
closed at 844c; Beptemeer, hvm2c, ciosea
COHN Receipts, 40,850 bu.; spot market,
steady; No. 2, 67o, nominal elevator, and
65o asked f. o. b. afloat: No. t yellow, 64c;
No. I white, 56c. Options opened
lower, ruled quiet and closed steady at net
unohgnged prices to c lower; no eales of
corn for export; May, 68ifl04c. closed at
63V ! July closed at 53o. September closed
at 63c and December closed at bt0.
OATS Receipts, 82.500 bu.; exports. 60,
2A4 bu soot maiket. steady; mixed oats.
28 to 32 pounds. STitrSTHc; natural white, 80
to 33 pounds, Siyti&Ho; clipped white. 88
to 40 pounds, SiKame.
HAY Firm; shipping, OCKuCsc; good to
choice. Hoot! i.oe.
HOPS Steady: state, common to choice,
1'J. 87.40; Paciflc coa-t, 1SX6, 84.0O4jU.0O;
7i(: olds. 84.0OJr6.8O.
HIDES Firm; Galveston, 80 to 26 Iha.,
Mo; California, a to 26 iba,. He; Texas,
dry. 14 to SO lb. 130,
LKATHER Steady: acid. 2CW82T1Ac.
TROVISIONS Beef. steady; fsmlly.
111.5iKt.iuO: mess, rsoosrioco: beer bams,
.0iU-l.W'; paoket, H0.piiiill.C0; city, extra
India mess, us wai8 txj. cut meats, sieaay;
Dlckled be lies. sv'tflOHc; pickled shoulders
iT.ui': pickled hams, llxiimc. Lard, easy:
western prime, 88 6, nominal; refined, easy;
oonilnenf. 3U.20: South America, 310.00: com
pound, 7(7Vc. Pork, steady: family, 318.50
faiH7r; snort aies r, itt,an.gu; mess, 317.26
TALLOW Steady; city (KM per pkg.),
SViCj country (pkgs. free). 6V!86o.
RICE Steady; domestic, fair to extra.
IHIisc; Japan, nominal.
POULT R 1 Alive, Irregular; western
fowls, 13c ; turkeys. 13c; dressed. Arm; tur
keys. If. ; fowls. U.U1JC
St. Loats Geaeral Market.
8T. LOU19. April 21. WHEAT Lower:
No I red, cash, elevator, 87to4c, track, M
1 ft vie; May, 7dSc; July, 76c; No. 8 hard, 7Si
i'urn-Lower; no. x, casn, nominal, traua
60 He; May, bc; Juiy, 4-sc.
32Hc; May, sc; July, 0c; No. i white,
MET A I Lead, steady, 4&.60. Spelter,
steady, V uo.
POULTRY steady and siow; cmcaens.
11c: turkeys, 15c; Cucks. lie; geese, 7c.
BUTTER Dull; creamery, J21c; dairy,
LUJS Steady, 12 He. case count
Kaaaas City Grata aad PrevUleas.
KANSAS CITY, April 21. WHEAT May,
74V; July, 71V, cash. No. I bard. 78Ukc;
No. 8 red. 2s3c.
CORN May, 4JSc: July, 42c; cash. No. t
mixed, 46Vu-tn; No. i whits, ithta.
OATS No. 3 white, 82VSU43a-
HAY-Choice timothy, H3.264311.t0.
Bl'TTEH Creamery, 18c; packing. 11 He.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Sharea Parouated Friday to Support ths
Maiket An Offered for Bale.
SHARP SLUMP IN VALUES FOLLOWS
Titer le Some Recovery Later la the
Day oa Favorable Bank State
ments, bat Close la . s
NEW YORK. ADrtl 11. Ths movement
towards recovery In the stock markst
which was pronounced yesterday, came to
a pause today, blocks which were pur-
cnased yesterday, entirely lor the purpose
of supporting the market, came back for
sale today and the trading element, which
had followed the rebound, also re-sold
stocks. The tendency was emphasised
after the appearance of the bank state
ment, tne strong showing being taken ad
vantage of to realise profits. borne of
the stocks which have suffered from
direct property losses in California made
wide recoveries today.
The 818,000.000 gain In cash shown by
the bank statement is practically all of
It accounted for by the deposits of gov
ernment funds, with the banks against
Sold enroute from Europe. Yesterday's
eposlts on that account do not figure tn
the statement. Yesterday's deposit at the
sub-treasury for transport to California
of course figures In the bank averages tor
only one day. mere was a rurther move-
ment of funds for that destination today I
to an amount wmcn practically exhausted
the 810.000,000 limit authorised by the
secretary of ths treasury for transfer
to San Francisco. That limit was re
moved during the day. Shipments were
made by express to points in the neigh
borhood of San Francisco, owing to the
present confused state of affairs In that
The Sterling exchange market today
was nominal, out quoted rates were lower
and additional Imports of gold are looked
for next week. 1 here Is a disposition to
await the effect of these heavy with
drawals upon the foreign markets, n
which the situation is complicated by the
pending payment of subscriptions to thJ
Russian loan. There waa some recovery
In stocks from the decline after the bank
statement, but the closing tone was Ir
regular. Total sales of bonds par value, 21,240.
000. Quotations on the New York Stock ex
44. KM UHt
Articles. I Open. High. I Low. Close. I Yes y.
May.. 7Sfl"i 76V TB1 78 76H
July... 7M.3 !' ' IHUV, 78 7',
Sept... 7(riis i7 J5 76 76vs
FMa7... 1 1S 1 1V, 1 W 1S 1 1H
July... 1 2"S 1 5"S 1 to1'
Sept... 1 1 1 lyV 1 1 I 11 1 frVt
Minneapolis Cash Cloae Wheat: No. 1
hard. c; No. 1 northern, TS-ac; to arrive,
Tnwc; No I northern. 7&So; to arrive. 7c:
No. 3. Thglio; No. i Durum, 72c; No. 3
Durum. 7vJC Corn: No. 3 yellow, 44c;
Kit. 3, 43c Oats: tU. I white, tuc; No.
Milwaukee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. April 21. WH EAT Mar
ket lower; No. 1 northern, 81H4'GHc; n0i 3
northern. 7S(il ; May. 79V.C, asked.
RYE Strady; No. 1. W&uoc.
BARLEY Steady; No. X 55e; sample, 45t
CORN-Hlgher: No. S cash, iTVOTHe;
May, tTVuHc. asked.
UftrpMl Grata Market.
L1VEHPOOU April 21. WHEAT Snot,
nominal. Futures, quiet; May, ts Sd;
July, tie T,d; September. nomlnaL
CORN Spot, firm; Ajnerioaa mixed, new,
4s 6d; old, 4s id. Futures, firm; May, 4s (Hd.
.rlc C. A F
ABerlcaa C. r. l?4
AoMrlcas rotion Ol
Auwiicu Cotton Oil td ...
AomHcSS H. U 1(4
AoMrlcaa lo. Mcurttlas....
Aurloas LJnn,d Oil
Am. LMiHd Oil ptd
Am. LMomstlv I4
American g. a a
Anarleaa . A R. F'a
Amerlcoa Sugar glllniB(..
Am. Tobacco pt4. i.fa
Aaecon4a Mlalug Ca
Allaatla Coast Una
bait mora A Ohio
baltlmore A Oblo pM
broualra Rapid Traoalt.....
(antral at Maw JarMf
(kaapaaao A Ohio
Chicago A Alton
Chicago A Allan pld
hlcaga Oraat Waatara
Chicago A Korthwaalara....
Chicago, Vll. A 84. Paul..,
Chicago T. A T
tkloaso T. A T. p(4
C . C . C. A St. lolg
Coloraae Fuel A troa.
Cuiuraao A Southani
CoiaraSa 1 h IK it
Colorade A 8a. M 14.
Cora Praeucta, rig
Cora PToautla pM. rg
baUwara A HttAaca
llaUwara, L A W
Ilanvar A Kl Grailda
Uanar A R. 8 I4
trta lat ptd
aria 14 pld
IntarnalloDal Paper pf4 ...
lulaxuauoaaJ Puap pf4...
Salaa. High. Low. Clooa.
lows Contral pti...
Kanaaa City gouthars
Kaoaaa City So. ptd
LoulaTllle A Naahrllla
Metrapoll'au Street Rr
Minneapolis A St. Louis...
11., Bt. P. & 8. I. M
M.. Rt. P. A 8 8. M. pld..
Mlaaourl, Kaaaas A Taxaa..
M . K. A T. pfd
National R, R. of M. pld..
Nav Tort Cantral
Now Tork, O. A W
Norfolk A Weatarn
Norfolk A.W. pld
P . C. C. A It. Louie.
Prceeed Steal Car
Freaeed gtaal Car pld
Pullman PaJaoa Car
heading let pfd
Heading Id pfd.
Kpublle BU pfd
Kock laland Co
RockIaland Co. pfd
Rubber Ooods pfd
st. u a s. r. td pfd
St. Louie BouthweeteTB
St. Louie S. W. pfd
Southern Parlno pfd
80. Railway pfd
Tenneeato Coal A Iron
Taxaa A Pacifle
Toledo, St. L. A W
Toledo, 8U U AW. ptd...
Lnlon PaolAa ............
t'nlon Pacifle pfd
fulled Slates Kxpregs
lolled Slates Realty
United Slates Rubber
V. B. Rubber pfd
United Slates Steel
L. 6. Steel pfd
Ve. -Carolina Cuem. pfd....
Wheeling A Lake Brie
Wla. Central pfd
Cautral Leather pfd
Total gala (or the day. 401. 000 asarag.
U llt I
47 47 ft
109 10 j
opened firm on reassuring; reports, but
dealing" were restricting- and prices
closed Irregular. Foreigners generally
were steady on Paris advices.
PAR IB, April 21. Prices on the Bourse
today were weak and trading: was Inac
tive. Russian imperial 4s were quoted
at I2.lt and Russian bonds of 1904 at
BERLIN, April 21. Prices on the
Bourse today were Arm and trading was
active. The dealings In Americans Im
proved. Hew York Hesey Market.
NEW YORK. April 21. MONEY On oall,
nominal: no loans: time loans, steady: 80
days, 6tj6tt per cent; 90 days, 63 Pr
cent: 6 months, 5j6S4 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 45tt
8TERL1NO EXCHANGE Irregular at
34.H416tH.o42S or demand and at 34.81KK9
4.3120 for 60-day bills; posted rates. 34.82
04.83 and 34.84H34.S6; commercial bills,
4 R0Hffl4 604.
SILVER Bar 84T4c; Mexican dollars, 60e.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad.
Closing quotations on bonds today were
V. I. ret. la, rag.. ..W3i Japan la td series... 41
4o ooupon 10? do 4e etfe 44
U. A la. rag 13 "4 do 4e etfe II
4o goupoa 104 do Id ear lee 41
V. g. old 4b. rag.. ..101 L. A N. am. 4s 103
de coupon 101 i Men. e. g. 4s ll
V. 8. new 4a, rag ....lllo.alei. Central 4a I04
do coupon 111 do lat Inc 13
Am. Tobacoo 4s. lit Minn. A St. L. 4g.... 13
do U lOHeiM.. K. A T. 4s 101
Dostoa Stocks gad BeaAi
BOSTON, AprU 21 Call loans,
cent; time loans, 6 per cent,
closing on stocks and bonds:
Atchlaon sdl. 4s 441Alleo.es
64.M0 llOte 104 I
l.M 43 U' u
400 lost ion a lua
1,400 41 41 41
1.104 U 47 41
4.100 111 144 Ul
luO IK 114 ll
1.4u 144 147 lit
10 104 104 lull.
14 400 171 TO 171 s,
1,100 II to o
100 11 I 111 St 101
1,404 111 110 lit
!0 16 14 44
A4o 1U 141 141
104 44 44 41
10 14 1F 1t,
8.0U 11 104 ),
I'J4 log Ms,
ion 174 1114 mi
loo 10 10 11
10 II 14 7.
10i 101 luls, 101
A6u 41 41 41
too 41 11 aZ
lo 70 1o 70 I
t.lu 1 11 1JS,
' M 44 US l
n W 1
80 48 44 444
40 44 47 41
3.JOO 43 S 41 41
4u 17 11 17
1IM 47 47 ,1
l 171 171 171
too 11 11 II
40 44 41 4a
llW 14 14
400 & 14 34
Max. Central 44....
Boaton A Albany.,
boeton A Maine...
Boaton Elevated ..
Htchburg pfd ..
Malice Central ..
N. Y . N H A H
A met. Arge. Chets.
Amer. Pnea. Tub.
Amer. Sugar .
A sier. TAT
Amer. Wools .....
Dominion I. A B.
Kdioua Elec. lllu.
Maaa. Kleetrle ....
United fruit ....
United Shoo Mach
V. S Steal
..100 Amalgamated ...
.. 14 American Zing .e
.. o Bingham
..101 t el. A Heels....
..174 Copper Range ..
..IM Dalr "eel
..141 Domtnloa Coal .
.. 14 franklin
..11 ,0 rati by
..142 lele Rorale
.. 2 Maaa. Mining ...
.. 91 'Michigan
..! Mont. C. A C...
)97i01d Dominion ..
, 111 Shannon
. 47 United Copper ..
. 44'U. g. Mining
.10741 iU. 8. Oil
. 41 Utah
, 10 Victoria ..,
. 41 Winona
. 1 (North butts
so am. 4a...
Atlantic O. L
Bal. A Oblo 4
Brk. K. T. a
Central of Oa.
do let Inc...
do Id Inc....
do 4d Ine...
Ches. A Ohio 4g..
Chicago 44 A. !',-
C. B. A Q. n. 4e.
C, R. I. A P. 4s.
do eol. 4g
CCC. A 81. U g.
44 a do la
.. !. R. It.
..lulS'H. Y. C.
of M. e. 4a 44
g. Ia 41
N. 1. C. g. 60 It
No. PacISc 4a. 104
do aa 14
4a..... 44'N. A W. e. 4a. IO04
... O. S. U rfdg. 4g 14
... 17 iPenn. eon. Ie 100
...126 Heading gen. 4s 100
Bt. L a 1. H. c. 01..IU4
10 St. L. A 8. F. fg. 4a. 84
1 Bt. L B. W. . 4a.... 40
k rdea board A. L. 4a... 41
0 80. Pacific 4a.. 41
.101' 40 lat 4g otlg 44
Cola Iod. 6a. ear. A. ll'aSo. Railway 6a...
do serlee B (4sTeiee A P. la ...
rolorado Mid. 4a 14T., St. L. A W.
CjIo. A go. 4 44 Union PacISc 4s.
Cub 6c 104 do eonv. 4g ,
1. A R. 0. 4a. 100 V. 8. Blel Id 4a.
pletlllera' Bee. Is.... 46Wabaih Is
Erlt p. I. 4s 101 do deb. B
do gen. 4e It Western Md. 4..
Hocking Val. 4s....l08 W. A L. E. 4...
Japaa 4a 44 Wig. Central 4a.
Losdos CTloslagr Stacks.
LONDON, April a. Closing quotations on
the Stock exchanite were:
Consols, mosey 4, IC AT..
da account 40 N. Y. Central
Anaconda 14 Norfolk A W.
Atchiaon ' do pfd
da pfd 105 jg Ontario A W.
Baltimore A Onio. .. .IMVlPennaylvaala
Canadian Pacing 17.H Kami Ml nee
. t.H da let pfd...
.114,, de td pfd.
New York Mlalngr Hooka.
NEW YORK. April U.-Closlng quotaUon
on mining stocks were:
Adam Cos 44 Little Chief T
Alloc til Onterle Ill
Breeee 41 Ophlt ...440
brunaelck Con 61 Pboenlg 1
Comatock Tunnel .... II loloet 14
Cun. C.I. A Vs 100 Parage 44
Horn Silver 1x0 terra Nevada 14
true Silver 474 Small Hopes S
Leadviiie Cea 8 KiudsTd
I-ONDON, April 11. Rates for money
and discounts were firm today. Much
caution was exercised owing to the un
certainties In connection with the Ameri
can demand fur gold and the result of
the Ban Francisco disaster. Operators on
the block exchange were still nervous tn
consequence 01 tne 1 aiiiornta calamity,
though trading Improved In spots prior
to the settlement. Insuranoe companies
stocks recovered moderately on the ca g ga
llon of forced sale. Consols remained
easy. Home) rails Improved. America
Chce A Ohio.
Chicago Ot. W.
r M. at St. P
DeBeerg 14 Louthera Hallway
Denver A R. 0 44 .! ifd
do pfd 4 ' 3uulbcra Pacllc .
Erie 4J nlon Pacific
Brl let pfd 1' do ptd
d 4d pfd V.. ;. . gteel
Illlnole Oeulrel ll.'v 61 ltd
Louigvllle A Nagh...u: do pfd
SILVER Bar, tin... od 1-lbd per ounce.
MOMt'V-JiicSVi !jci cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 8 7-16'33 per oent; for
three months' bills, 3 7-16'u per cent.
Bank Clearings. .
OMAHA, April 21. Bank dealings for to
day were 1.4s5,7Hl.W and for tne correspond
ing date last year i.i..oa.
...31.&4.1.J4 14 31.4&oalt.
... l,4K!.7l.fcl l,3o.Uu0.l
... 1, 474. 510 M 1.16J.ii6 33
... l.AJi. 4ol 20 l.o.4.o4.ii4
... l,6Tii.u;ii.6o l..3'4 .56
... l,4ul,7lll.i) l.i. 55
Totals 38.845.758.84 88.154,740. 47
Increase over the same week last year,
WABH1NQTON, April 21 Today's state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the 3l5O.uuO,u0O gold
reserve shows: Available cash balance,
31ol,Oul,W3; gold coin and bullion, 87 1. 762, K;
gold cettlDcates, 838.670.740.
Cleartagr Hease Averagrea.
NEW YORK. April .-The statement of
the clearing house banks for this week
hows that ths banks hold 318,3oe,72& over
the legal reserve requirements. This Is
n increase of fll.5,2J& over last week.
The statement fellows: Loans, 11.017, C.ou0;
Increase, I'tllftJIU'O. repoalls, tl.(t1.i-);
Inoreaae, tii.4ul.7uO. Circulation. 6L4l,euO;
Increase, $28,000. Legal tender. 178,67900;
Increase, 31.048.000. Specie, 3lii,Kl,800; In
crease, 816.44S.900. Reserve. $26fl,2ai.8u0: In.
crease, $17,994,000. Reserve required, $251.
848,076; Increase, 86.400.876. Burplus. $16.36o,
725; Increase. $11,694,226. Ix-Unlted States
deposits, $30,726.260; Increase, 812.83,7,
OMAHA WnOk.ES ALE MARKET.
Coadltlon of Trade and Qaotatloae oa
Staple aad Faey 'Prodaee.
EOOt ttecelpLs, liber al; fresh stock, cue
LIVE ROULTRY Hens, Uo; old
roostsrr, 6Vc; turkeys, ioci ducks, La;
young roosters, 74jio; geese, SO.
DRESSED A fOULTR iT-TurKsyg. Ulol
old tome, l&vrtoc; chickens, loojlao; uld roost
ers. 7c; ducks. 12sl3c; geese. 80.,.
BUTTER Packing stock, llfte; choice
to fancy dairy, lupine; creamer, xltlH.
HAY-Prlces quoted by Omaha Feed com.
psny: No. 1 upland, ft; medium, 84 60;
con me, t.0S 60. Rye straw, 8d.6u.
BRAN Per ton. 317.60.
NEW VEOByrABLEo. .' ,w
TOMATOEH Florida, per orate ot 80 Iba,
net. b.60. ' '
WAX BEANS Per hamper ot About $4)
lbs., net, 16.00. .
STRING RKANcV-Per hamper Of About 34)
lbs., net. 8o.0U0a4.0C
TURNIPey. UBET AND CARROTS
Louisiana, per dox. bunches, 76ctill.Ou.
SHALLOTTS Louisiana. par doses
bunches, tio. '
HEAD LETTUCE Louisiana, per bbL,
$7.uo4ilO.0O; per dos. heads. 81.00411-. .
LEAF LETTLCE Hothouse, per do.
CU(iUMKR8 Hothouse, per dos $1.00
1M- .. MM
ONIONS Home grown, yellow snd red,
2o per lb; Spunlsh, per crate, 83.26; Colo
rado, red And yellow, per lb o
DATES per box ot 80 1-lb. pkgs.. 8100;
tlallowe n. In iv-ib. boxes, pr 10, 8c; 4ayt
ers, per lb., 4c; walnut stutTsd, 1-iu. page..
12.00 per dux.; S-1D. boxes, $1.00. .
ORANOlLU-California. e-Xt fancy Red.
land novels, all sixes. 88 s; tanoy aavsls,
81. li; choice, ail sices, 4. ' .
LKMOMJ-Llmonin extra fancy, 84)
site. 83.75; M lu tw slae, 4.2e. '
FIGa Calif 01 uie, tr lo-a. carton. Ait
85c; tuipoiteu buirna, Uliee-crawn, Us; SAX
crown. 13c. . .
BANANAS Psr medium slued bunoh, 3LTI
flt.a; jun.bos, $1 outu - -
TANGERiNEi caitlurnug, per bos of
about 124. $3.01 , ,
OKAI'E FRUIT FlorldA. per box. tJ.OOJf
1.60; CalltorrUa, per bos-
PKARS-Wtuter Nelua. $2 JO. '
APaLstS Calitorula Newton, F(pplns,
$i.it; i,4Uuwln, 1 per bu. box; Bn Davis, ti
pel tlu. DUX, IV lucaaiia, ea-uu xi 1
other varieties, $z.uwua.o wr bu.,1 New lorg
iipies, Ualuwlua and Russsts, 8u.(V per koi.
UHAPc 'li.pof.ed Maiugas. 0.vV7.bO.
i poiAlOh.o I'-oine .rou, per bu., 8041
toe; South Kakoia, i' bu.. ia ' .
NAVX SBiAft-rr oa,, ei.oe, .10. t, CJ..O.
LIMA LiAlsb Per lb.. Wu
CAUilAGE Callloruia, 5u per lb.; Wis
cousin, iu era tea, per to., 0.
Cfci-iil lulluu. 0
bWh.c.1 Pu'tA l'iav Illinois, per 11-pH.
bCAhht'lU PARgiNIPS, AND TURNIPs
Pur bu., 850 and $L
No. 1 ribs. 11c. No. 2 ribs, HHi No. $
ribs 4:c; No. 1 round, 4c, No. $ round,
7W,i; Ne. 4 round, 7ic; Nu. 1 lo.ns, loo; No.
$ ioins, 13c; No. 3 loit,s, UVpo; No. 1 plate,
to; No. 3 plate, 3 toe; No. i plaie. 3o; iso. 1
cuueas. tc. No. 3 vliucks. LVje; No. 1 chucks,
C1DER-Pr atepl. 8. A ; r bbl., H7k
HvjNgCl' New, per a lbs., 88.o
CHEKSE bwias, new. luoi Wlsconslg
bncn. 16c; vNiacousIn Umoeiger, Ue; twins.
Uc: Your.g Americas, loo.
NUTS Vkaiiiuts. No. I soft shells, n
.. r.r .r. LoW: hard aielia. uar lb..
LsJc! picans, Urge. Pr ii.. lc; Suiail, p.r
Ibjjc. peauiula, per 1U, 40; roasled, per
lb' Sc. Ciuli waiuuta, psr lb., iouo.
Aimouoe. oi w, nvt were
sneila. pel lb.. Uc cocoanuis, 84 per eua
FKtSH FISH. Trout. U; halibut. Us;
bickerel. dressed. 7c; while baas. Uo; stu
hau ec; parui. samnsd and dreaaed. 4i;
bike, aalloc; edsuavir, fc. 4alll.ui i-uj
irappies, c; !.. "ck bus. 22c;
wluiehBh. lU4Uo; frog leg, per dug., to;
lobsters, green. c; boiled lobsters, o;
blueAsn, lie; Herring. 6c; bfauUh mackerel,
lac- haddock, loc; snrimp, $i.uv per gallon;
smelts. Lie; cod, 12c, buiiiioad. lie; catdsh.
it,. r. ntiad, bo; noundera. He.
KADISIIJCb ticiliouae. per doa buuchA
""f'.ir'S'rPH aj ITrtgh SiandSItl. I1.4J oar e-eJ
abeU oyt:rs, $l.Uxa.t) per 4uv: Lime Neck
c 1 n l a. Il.au per aua
guuan 2 , vh.av,
grrauulaud cane, tn aauaa. $5 U; granuialed
Uet, in sacks. itVOL .
MlllC u sarnia. aw Mmm ese-i aa
en i.iuce, ev, ' . w, no. A Sauteu.
No. 2. 10c; bull hides. 1atk.cT.irZ
s, 1220c. Horse hides. Urge. $3; smalt
toeeu pelts, esch 6ocu21.2o. Talluw. n:.?
$ 10-lb. cans. $1; eases, U a-lW. cans, $2 10:
cases. 24 2-lb. cans. 81.80. -v w,
COFFEE Roasted: No. 85, 260 per I0.1
No. 30, 2trS43 per lb.; No. 2b, lv0 per lltl
No. 30. 16Wc per lb.. No. 21. Lio per lb.
FLOUK (wholesale) He t high grade Ne
brsaka, per cwt., 82,00; best high grade Det
ent Minnesota, per cwt.. $2 8u; straight pat.
ent Nebraska, per cwt, $1.80; second pat
ent Nebraska. 1.80.
CURED FISH Family whlteflsh. per V
bbl., 1"0 lbs., $4.50; Norway mackerel. tr
bbl., 2U0 lbs., bloaters. $40 .00; No. 1. aoJ.
No. X $28.00: No. 8, $30.00: Irish. No. . $iaoo:
Herring, In bbl., 300 lbs. ecn. Norway, ik
$18.00; Norway, 3k, $13.0u; Holland, mixed!
ilL6u; Holland herring. In kegs, milkers!
5c; kegs, mixed. 7t)o- ""iaera.
HIDES, PELTS AND TALLOW-No. t
L 4o; No. 3. 3e: rough, liao.
CANNED GOODS Corn, scandard west,
em. o6fl60c: Maine, $1.15. Tomatoes, s-in
cans, $lT26tf I.SO: 2-lb.. ;vcS$1.0C Plneapplea
grated, 3-lb., $2.0or2.30; sliced, $i.$vT2.2VJl
Gallon apples, fancy, $3.75; California apri
cots, $1.4112.00; pears, $1.76622.50; peachos.
fanoy, $1.C'(J2.40; H. C. peaches. 12.00-ui vx
Alaska salmon, red, $1.16; pink, 80c; fancy
Chinook, F.. $2.10; fancy eockeye, F $1.41
sardines, Vi oil, $2.60; A mustards, 31.fc.kj.
$ KL Sweet potatoes, $1 llfl.2o; sauerkraut.
$1.00; pumpkins, .80oj$1.00; wax beans, 3-11)7.
lulgHOc', lima beans, 8-lb., 7tcj 11.86; spinach.
31 8oi2 00; cheap peas, 8-lb.. 80o; extra, J5j
80c; fancy, $1.86431.76.
tf.u; No. 1 plain. $3.25.
Otis and JRosla.
NRW YORK, April a.-OILB-Cotton
s(d. steady; prime crude, f. o. b. mills,
34j31a Petroleum, steady; refined New
Jork, r.60; Philadelphia and Baltimore,
$7.55; Phlladelolila and Baltimore In bulk,
$4 65. Turpentine, quiet; 67jio.
ROSIN Steady; strained, common to
OIL CITY, Pa., April U.-OTL Credit bal
ances. $1.61. Shipments, 110.S07 bbls.; aver-sgr-.
82.847 bbls. Runs, 76.611 bbls.; average,
64.372 bbls. Shipments. Lima, 67.7S3 bbls ;
average. 75.6S2 bbls. Runs, Lima, 49,546
bbls. : nveruse, So,781 bble.
SAVANNAH, On, April . OIL Tur
pentine, firm; 6464Hc.
ROaiN-FIrm: A H C. $3 75; V, $3 80; Ti,
$3K'5; F. $3.90; O, 83 96; H. 84.30; I, $4 60; K.
$5-20; M, $5.35; N, $5 40; WO, $5.46; WW, $6.60.
Philadelphia Predare Market.
PHILADELPHIA, April 21. BUTTER
Firm; extra we.tern creamery, 22c; extra,
nesrhy prints, 23c
EGGS Steady : nearby fresh, 16V.0 at
mark: weotern fresh, liV4c.
CHEESE Firm: New York full cream.
Alice Goes to Detroit.
II. D. Allee. assistant auditor of the Burl
ington road, has resigned to become audi
tor for Parke-Davis & Co., of De
troit. He will move with his family from
Omaha Msy 1, to take up his new work.
An Idea of the extent of Mr. Allee
work Is gleaned when It Is under
stood that the company has laboratories at
Ijetrolt. Hounslow, Kng. ; W'alkervllle, Ont.,
and branch houses at all the leading cities
In this country and In Sidney, New South
Wales, London Montreal, Simla, SL
Petersburg and Tokio.
HISAL E STATU TKAKSPEHS.
Helen Ferris and husband to Chris
tian J en ecu, lots 1 and 2, block 64,
Powell Bros, to William HafTke, lot
8. block 12, Orchard Hill 100
The South Omaha Land company to
Josef Nlesxodski, lot t. block 215,
South Omaha 1
Margaret Conner to Mary 8. MoOee,
part of lots 6 and 4, Dodge ck Root's
Jonn C. Cowln to Anna J. Vrana, lot
1, block 19. S. K. Rogers' addition.. 2,700
Margaret A. Burnham to James W.
Davis, lots 18 and 10, Fearon Place.. 1,100
C. S. Shepard and wife to Charles
H. W. Uaut-rmeister, part of lot 1
block 44, Omaha $.250
Mary A. Hutchinson to Carlton D.
Hutchinson, lot $, block 3, Sixteenth
Street addition 1
Francis A. lirogan and wife to John
Deere Plow Cuii.lan.v, lot 1, 2 and
$ and part of lot 1. block 2oo, Omaha. I
John C. Cowln and wife to Kruncis
A. Lirogan, lot 3 and part of lot 4,
block ttx, omana.
James O. Hume to E. R. Hume, 4
of lot 8. block 1, Parker's addition . 1
E. 8. Flor to K. t Kennedy, lot 16,
block 2. C. E. Maynes addition....
F. C. Kennedy and wife to Or a and
Kate Augustus, same
If. li. Heulnger and wife to F. C
Cenjied, same. ....... Mw.,e.
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