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THE OMAITAv DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1D00.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle, of All Kinds Ten to Twenty Lower
HOGS A SHADE LOWER FOR THE WEEK
Ha' Sheep or Lamb Bale Today
For Wtrk Umbi Arc Fally
Twenty-Fi Illaher aad
All Klada Stronger.
SOUTH OMAHA. April 21. 1!).
Receipts were: Csttle. Hois. Bheep.
Official Monday 2.58 t.M l"5!
Official Tuesday 6.7I
Official Wednesday 3,77 8.W0
Official Thursday 2.S12 8.7."
Official Friday 1.1M 8,41
Offlclal Batu.-day 48 Soo
Thin week 11.110 43.5'S
It Week 15,970 36.37
Two we-ks ago 1.247 tl.&
Three weeks ngo 18.2S7 4.iM
Four weeks ago 21,771 6.0H
game wek Inst year 17,877 37.648
RECEIPTS TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, compared with last
year: I. 1W6. In'-
tattle 205.761 257,713 SS.MX
Hons 808,841 721,7 ,i44
Bheep 600.058 624,681 65.377
RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha $1.7&3'. -ff,'0-?
Kansas City J.frotiO.W
ft. Louis 00
SiOUX City l.lOttfo.60
The following will aliow the prices psld
for the different kinds of catUe on the
Bouth Omaha market: , .
kod to choice corn-fed steers. ...84.85a.. 40
Fair to choice corn-fed ateers i
Common to fair corn-fed steers 4.Wu4.
Good to choice cows and heifers., 3tM.
Fair to good cows and heifers
Common to fair cows and heifers.
Good to choice feeders....
Fair to good stockers and feeders
Common to fair stoekera
Bulla, atags, eto
The following table shows ths average
price of hogs at Mouth Omaha for th last
several days, with comparisons.
practically all grades of fat cattle sold 10e
lower, and this was followed on weonesoay
by a market that was quoted anywhere
from weak to l"e lower. On Thursday the
market was weak, though not very much
lower, while Friday's market. If anything.
little stronger. At the close or me wru
It Is safe to quote heef steers 15S'.i0 lower
ian the clou, of the previous woek. The
ado on practically every day of the week
as flow and dull, there being a lark of
rifeney to the demand which robbed the
market of life and snap.
Cows and heifers followed along in me
ak of beef steers, the declines amount
ing to about the same. Possibly some kinds
of cows did not slider quite so much and
some are quoting the declines for the week
as amounting to littiznc, but it woum noi
be far from the truth to quote them the
same as beef steers, that Is, l&tj-Oc lower.
Blockers and feeders sold very well dur
ing the first half of the week, but when
hursday came nnd it became apparent
that cattle of that description were be (Tin -
ilng to accumulate In the hands of specu
lators and that there was a possibility that
some of them might have to be carried
ver Sunday values weakened off very rap-
Idly and soon became all of 10 15c lower on
the most annzht after kinds and lMi"De
lower on the common to Inferior grades.
HOGS After a decline of a most 10c in
the last two days, the hog market looked
p today. While the advance was small.
he market being only a shade better, the
nange was In the right direction to pleas
he sellurs. The trade, when once under
way, was active, and tho hogs sold very
largely at 3H.4S. with a sprinkling at $6.46.
It will be remembered that yesterday the
bulk of the hogs sold at 3a.40-gti.42V4- The
top both days was the same 16.60. Every
thing sold and weighed up In very good
season In the forenoon.
lhe market this week has fluctuated
more extensively than has been the case
on a good many weeks previous. The week
tartea out with a good advance, which
was followed by a still stronger advance
on Tuesday and a strong market on Thurs
day, that being the high day of the year.
1 'urlng the two days following prices eased
off quite rapidly, but after allowing for the
light reaction today tna market la only
4c lower than It waa at the close of last
No. At. Sh. Pr.
Date. j IK. )IOi.l04.!ljea.lloa.llul.l0.
161 I 04 7
I 8 osi 7
7fe I 1(1 7 241
2 I 21 14 T X
U I 6 21 I
21 I 381
b0 6 23
t wl 7 2M
4 931 7 24 68
46) I C7
ti t 0i I 06
68 6 M I 11
64 6 tWi 26
2 6 M 6 M
4 Ml 7 JU
4 tfiil 7 07
6 m 4 fOl 7 141 J
a zn 4 r i
6 221 6 2 7 10
6 80 4 S6 7 U ( 89
I 99 I 33
04 6 40
I o 4v
6 94 6 46
6 921 8 &
6 85 6 49
6 ij 6 46
S 86i 6 46
The following list shows the number oJ
cars of stocxers and feeders shipped to tho
country Friday and their points of desti
nation: CATTLE. Cam.
Ed Farley, Bancroft, Neb. M. A. O 1
C. 11. McColm, Logan, la. 1. C 2
Win. I'lleHtman, Unenandoah, la. Wab... 3
C. John mm, Monroe, la. R. 1 6
City State bank, Corydon, la. Q
w. r. liuchler, Emerson, la. 14...
A. U. Hall, Spalding, la. Q
V. M. Widner. Corning, la. Q
John Shorky, Council Bluffs R. I.
w. M. Davis, Atluntlc, la. K. 1
M. M. Coad, Fremont, Neb. U. P
IeCou Bros., Woodbine, la. I. C
W, M. Goetsch. West Side, la. N. W....
W. N. Pence, Midland, Tex. Q
Wm, Holland, Waterloo, la I. C
O. li. Daugherty. Shenandoah, la. Wab.
W. L. McNeill, 6oda Springs, Idaho U. P. 1
CATTLE It is hardly necessary to aay
mat mere was no cattle market today ow
Ing to the lack of receipts, as It Is gen
erally a well-known fact that Saturday
has come to be practically a holiday.
The receipts of cattla this week show a
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle. Hegs. She'p. HVs.
v., m. at c. e. ny.. .. &
V. P. syetem 1 26
CAN. W. (east) .. .. 8
C. A N. W. (west) 36
C, St. P., M. A 0 6
C, U. St Q. (east) 1 2
C, B. & Q. (west) .. .. 14
C, R. 1. & P. (east).. .. 9
C, R. I. ft P. (west).. .. 8
Illinois Central 1
Chicago Ot. Western.. .. 3
Total receipts 3 109
The disposition of the day's receipts waa
aa follows, each buyer purchasing ths num
ber 01 neaa indicated
Omaha Packing Co. .........
Swift and Company
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour & Co.
bt. Louis Dressed Beef Co..
slight gain over last week and a very slight
decrease as compared with the previous
week. The receipts are also slightly smaller
than a year ago. In other words the run
this week has been about an average for
this market. The tendency or values, now
ver, has been lower and declines of greater
or less extent have been experienced at
practically all selling points.
The market on steers opened the week at
South Omaha about steady, values on Mon
day being generally rettorted as steady
with tho close ot the week. On Tuesday
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UM Dlataaaa rktsa, leaaglaa 8814,
No. Av. Sh.
74 22 ...
78 176 ...
80 6 45
... 6 45
SHEEP Cnntmiir M rh. ti.,,al ....- nM .,
Saturday, there were a few sheep here to
uay, tiiree cars of lambs being reported In.
they were, however, not offered for sale,
btlnif feeuers on their way to 8t Paul to h
iiuiu ana tea out. receipts of sheep at
iiib uuiuL ut&ve men very larre in waic
but as a matter of fact Lha actual ofrariiiira
on the market have been only moderate. A
vonsiaerauie proportion Of the arrivals has
consisted of lambs on their way to eastern
ana normern points to be shorn and pre
pared for the later market and In conse
quence not offered for sale at thla nolnt.
The actual offerings on the market have
consisted principally of lambs, no wethers
or yearlings of any conaeqeunae having
been Included among the recelDta. The tun.
ply of ewes has also been extremely light.
The market aa a whole has been In most
satisfactory condition and values have gen
erally tended upward. As to sheep there
have not been enough here to make a test
of values, hence It Is Impossible to say just
how much advance they would show. The
supply of ewes has also been verv liKht and
the market has been practically bare of
real choice stuff, so that there has not been
much opportunity for Judging how much
higher they really are. It is safe to say,
however, that desirable wethers, yearlings
ana ewes wouia sen aeciaeaiy nigncr ir they
were to be had. Some operators on the
market venture the assertion that a right
choice bunch of ewes would crowd 86.
Lambs for the week are safely 25c hleher
than a week ago. The trade on most days
nas neen not oniy strong ana niaher. but
active on all good kinds of killers Oood
choice lambs were sold as high as 86.80,
which Is the best price paid since February.
Feeder lambs have also been good sellers
at good, strong prices, and it has been no
trouble for receivers to unload anything of
mai aesenpuon pomessing aesiraouity.
Quotations: Good to choice native lambs.
itf.404ti.ko; good to choice light western
lambs, J6.40jj6.SO; fair to good lambs, 36.00
G.4o; cull lamns, n.owib.oo; good to choice
yearlings, $5.75f6.25; fair to good heavy
reariinKs, o.omaD. ivt gooa 10 cnoice wetners,
35.66(34.26: fair to good wethers, 5,4(u6.fi:
good to choice Heavy ewes, 35.50CT6.&5; fair
to good ewes, $4.506.60; cull sheep and
ducks, a . . w.
CHICAGO L1VR STOCK MARKET
Cattle, Saeea aad Lambs Steady Hogs
Btroaa to rive Ceata Higher.
CHICAGO. Anrll a. CATTLE) Receipts,
SDO head: market steady: beeves, t4.0Ouu.15
cows and heifers, 31. 60(116. 10; stockers and
feeders. 32. 60ia4. 80.
HOGS Receipts, 7,000 head; estimated
Monday. 33.000 head: market strong to 6a
hlgser; mixed and butchers. 36. 46416. 75 good
heavy, .Vo6.T?; rough heavy, 36.Sfrfie.45;
light, 36.4.'4:6.75. pigs, 35.95itf6.60; bulk of
aaTea. 3 fxu.72V4.
HHEtt" AMI UIM11B-'KeceipiS, I, (WO
bead; market steady; sheep, fci. 25i6.30,
Hew York Lire Stock Market.
NEW YORK. April . BEEVES Re
ceipts, 640 bead; feeling nominally steady
dressed beef slow at 6'd8c per lb. for
native aides. Exports woie 1,030 beeves and
,860 quarters Of beet.
jAL.vai .Receipts, u neaa; leenng weag
and ne sales reported; city dressed veals
slow at 6&10c; country dreased dull at
SHEEP AND LAMori Receipts. 1,731
head; market firm; a deck load of clipped
sheen were held over; fair unshorn lambs,
37.35 per 100 lbs.; clipped lambs, 35.70; dressed
mutton in fair demand at 8&'ioc per in.
dressed lambs tlrm at 9&'Uc: country
dressed spring lambs steady at $2 Ui6.50
HOGS Receipts, 2,475 head; steady.
loax City 1.1 vm Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. April 21.-(Snec1al Tele
V.-.. V fiTTl IT ft I r. , . .
ket steady; beeves. 84.uOio.50; cows, bulls
and mixed, 33.10j4.40; stockers and feeders,
litvVfU M); calvea and yearlings, Vi.4ui4.to.
HOGS Receipts, 2,80 head. Market
stendy. selling at 36.3&6.47; bulk ot sales.
NEW YORK. ADril . COFFEE Mar.
ket for futures opened steady at unchanged
prices in Keeping with the forelan cables
The market ruled generally steady on soma
fresn tmying tor king account and covering.
J ne close was stcuny, net unchanged to
points higner. tsaies were r ported o
1 J.7i bag!, Including May at 36.6((i6.70
July at lo w; epietiiter at 7.05; Uecenihti
at )7.S(7.40 and March at 37 60. Of the
total buslneaa reported about 110,000 bags
were exrnanges. Bpui Rio quiet; No,
Invoice, 8 1-14.
agar aad Molasses.
NEW YORK. April SCGAR Raw
dull; fair rennlng. 2 2S-32i2 U-lc; centrlfu
ami, M test, 1 u-JjB3 7-lc; molasses sugar,
Z 21-52UZ li-ioc; renuea. quiet; jso. . 4.10c
No. 7. 4.06c; No. 8. 4 00c; No. 3. 3 S6c; No,
10. 3 90c; No. 11. 3 85c; No. 12, 33 80c; No.
13. 8.75c: No. 14. 3.75c: confectioners' A,
4 45c; mould A, 4.8&C; cut loaf, 5.30c; crushed.
8. Sue; powdered, 4(vc; granulated, 4.60c
cubes. 4 bbc.
XloLAbtiES Finn; New Orleans, open
tHUi, gooa 10 cnoice, suasc.
Toledo Reed Market.
TOLEDO. O., ApHl H. SEEDS Clorer,
cud ana Afrit. in;iuwr, O.Ua. AlmO'
th, li... JLUUM.lt, a.ju
CONDITION OFOMAHA'S TRADE
Fettures of Prominent for Ftat Week
UN-CENT DECLINE IN REFINED SUGAR
Sorno Cotton Goods Well Cleared to
aad Hard to Get Jobber Re.
Jolee Over Better Weather
No features of prominence have marked
the trade of the fast week. The most Im
portant has been the decline of 10 cents a
hundred In refined sugar. No further ad
vances in shoes or dry goods have been re
ported, though certain lines of cotton goods
are txceedmgly Brarce. Trade In general
has been good. Jobbers are pleased with
the reports from the country, which say
that the farmers are getting along well
with their work after a long Inactivity
causrd by wet weather.
Cheese Is a trifle easier. The factories
are starting up, so that lower prices may
be looked for, especially with regard to the
new make. Fancy October Is scarce and
will no doubt continue to command a pre
mium. The new cheese coming on the mar
ket Is reported to he poor and will not be
of the best kind for several weeks, when
full grass cheese Is offered.
Rice is firm and some of the rice millers
say they expect to see It advanced 1 cent
a pound within sixty days. The demand Is
fair and rice of good quality Is scarce.
Though the Lenten season has gone and
the demand has eased no romlilernhi v
prices on salt fish remain firm. The market
on canned lis 11 is nrmlng up and the can
ners are predicting an advance.
Coffee Is In a more settled position than
last week and prices are practically un-
iiauieu. moras are Doing steadily re
lief d. The reason sriven that rnff., riw
not advance Is that the new crop is con
ceded to be much larger than the old on
and It Is not for away.
Reined Sagar Cheaper.
Owing to a Steady dei-lln. In r, auraM
for savaral days renned has dropped 10
cents a 100 pounds. The market in Cuban
ugar shows a decline of 15 nuinta fr h.
week, though foreign raws remained prac
tically the same. Htnoka am miuH ,,n at
New York and the accumulations there In
the last two weeks amount to TO.OuO tons.
Refiners want the low market, so they take
x iiucm ior me neavy demand,
which comes in Mav anri Jim, tnhh...
here expect a strong reaction as soon as
ine neavy consumption begins. At present
the prospects for a larre amall fruit .mr.
iii,ver tne country are excellent
Ths past week has developed a very
strung market on spot tomatoes In the east,
where there has been an advance of from
10 to 12c per doxen. It Is now supposed
that there are very few tomatoes oulalde
of the hands of the syndicate. Reports
have it that they have advanced thir
prlcea on full standard goods 60 per dosen.
Ihere Is, however, positive connrmallon of
UllS report. There are no chanarea In rnnnrt
In future tomatoes, except that the pacKera
wiiciuiB 10 cgntnci ior eany delivery,
says th middle or last of July, at prlcea
considerably below those ruling today.
There Is no particular change to rennrt
with reference to snot corn. Mmt nt it
packers oliering future corn have with
drawn their early figures, not many of
them caring to enter the market th.
prices established by a few of the very
large packers. Corn is going out remark
ably last and there are sull good sised
blocks in sight.
Earthquake Affects Canned Gooda.
At the present writlna-. it la dlffiuit tn
tise up th situation on California, canned
fruits, for the reason that considerable
surplus stock was-stored In and around
San Francisco, and It Is ImDosaibia to ut
accurate information as to in amount of
block mat nas oeen destroyed. On tiling,
however, la very clear, and that Is that
with th destruction of properly that Is
known to have taken place In th oity,
there will be quit a heavy demand for all
ainas 01 canned fruit and vegetables, so
that It Is reasonable to suppose tnat tnere
Will be slightly higher prices on thla :in
of goods, tne advance, of course, depending
upvu ui pruvuruuu 01 in iruii mat nas
been destroyed. The demand for all rmdi
of this character ha been heavy, n.d but
few of th packers have had anything; Ilk
fair assortment to draw from.
Salmon Is in stronger Dosilion week hv
week, while th demand Is growing heavlor
and th supply less. It is now well estab
lished that both aockeyes and Columbia
river Chinook salmon will open up at higher
finues wu ruiea uui season.
Stronger market la renorted on a-allnn
apples, th supply of which Is vary limited.
ouiu fitw x or state ana Micnigan are
asking more money for Lhia atno.k. Rvairv
Item In th line of gallon goods la In strong
position, wiia in possiDi exception of
A further advance has taken place on
evaporated apples, both whole and ring
cut. Peaches are In stronger position, due
to th increasing demand and the limited
supply. K&isins also are taking on addi
tional strength. The destruction In San
Francisco is going to have Us effect upon
ins oriea xruic margei. inasmucn as tna
surplus of peaches and prunes waa largely
concentrated in that market. It Is not prob
able that they have a greater buddIv of
peacnes ana apricois man win now be re
quired for their own and the coast trada.
Another advance has been scored on Santa
Clara prunes, th market being boosted Wo
during the last week. Almost without ex
ception the canned goods and dried fruit
lines are In active demand and in strontr
position, m aemana ior everything in th
una peing 01 a neaitny, active character.
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Cotton Good nro Scavrce.
Advance order business with local drv
gooas nouses continues gooa, ana coueo
uons are satisfactory. The feature of th
trade situation is the inability of the Job
bers i gei cotton gooas in any quantity.
Th mills are cleaned ud on cotton, and
th Jobbers are finding It hard to get gooda
ordered aa early as last tall. Hosiery, un
derwear and other lines, which are atill
needed In quantities to supply to trade, are
slow In coming, a small amount being
snippea at a time, ttaiunggan underwear
Is apparently all cleaned up, especially In
me cneaper graaes. ana lobDer will nav
auncuity in renuing orders.
current business with shoe jobbers Is
running about the same as last week. Ox
fords and whit oanvaa shoes are In big
demand and th trade In them promises to
be the largest in years. Th fall order busi
ness is good. The jobbers report collections
good. Leather Is holding nrm at the hlgn
figures of the season.
Rope has scored a bid advance. Manila
going up c. while the cotton rope is lo
a pound higher. Outside of this, there have
been no changes of moment, a few small
articles having advanced slightly. Barbed
wire and woven wire are the leading sell
era, and sales of these goods this season
have far exceeded those of last year up to
the same time. W ire cloth and screen doors.
which advanced something over a week ago,
ae moving out well.
Palate, Oils nnd Glass.
Th window glass situation is strong
and an advance la expected to be an
nounced today, glass manufacturers hav
Ing met recently to discuss the situa
tion and decide on the extent of an ad
vanoe which seems sure to come. Plat
glass Is Xhe same as last week. Th paint
business Is at its height, the trade being
exceptionally brisk in that line. The de
mand Is very heavy. Turpentine is the
same as last week, the price being 74c
Southern lead is quoted, at 7 Sc. while
Carter lead la 74C the same prices ruling
last week. Raw linseed oil Is 40o and
boiled oil 42c, these prices having ex
perienced no change since last week's quo
Drag and Chemicals.
In drug circles predictions for the com
ing season's business have been most
optomlstlc ever sine the turn of the year,
For the first three months these predic
tions were Justified by a large Increase
In business. Just now there is a slight
lull in trade. It Is hard to account for
this seeming falling oft in business, but
the general volume is preceptlbly smaller
man it waa last weea. roces are steady,
There have been but few changes. Opium
is slightly lower, being quoted at 13.20
to 33 36: powdered. 84.00 to 34.10. Quinine
Is moving steadily, but there is ne active
aemana. inert win prooaoiy be no
change In price until the next bark sale.
which will ocour next week, when higher
prices are looked for. Menthol continues
very nrm ana tne aemana is Increasing,
prices having advanced. It is now quoted
at $3 00 to 33.26 per pound. Vanilla beans
or all kinds snow an increase in price.
Rrturhnni are worth from tX &a u li aa,
Mexicans. 31.60 to 38.00. Camomile flowers
are scare and prlcea have been marked
up about to per pound; Roman, 32o to
26c; German, new crop, !4o to 28c Oil
peppermint contlnuea to shew Increased
strength. It Is now firmly held at from
38.26 to 83.80 per pound. OH pennyroyal
is strong and prices are tending upward.
Manufacturers nave withdrawn prices on
gum campnor. 1 nis article is la
peculiar position. japan controls the
source of supply, and there Is very little
either crude or refined, coming to this
country. Camphor is likely to advance to
ll. tiv per pounu ueiore in season is over.
Aiconoi is nrfn wiia prospect of an ad
vanoe owing te in nign price 01 oorn,
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Ranncy High Grade C QC
Refrigerator at wiOO
Five sizes up from 85.85. new Improved make
hard wood case, best lining, guaranteed for
economy of ice. Has improvements to be found
In no other make. On tlie eany terms mentioned.
91.60 Cash, 600 Weekly.
srf' 41 m m i ihmiiii w
iutbus'i bbitessu nxran
is sxia rt. tf? 7c
Bo Miter Beam. I 9
Handsome exclusive patterns, most
beautifully blended colorings. These
Rugs are specially made for the Hart
man stores, are closely woven and are
of wonderful durability. Every on
Is thoroughly guaranteed. Terms,
91.76 cask, 60s waakly.
Small It May
20 to SO
Rk. Goods Delivered
. In Plain Unlet-
V If Desired.
Steel Range With High Shelf, 25.75
Every part entering into the construqtlon of this Range Is of the
yery best material. It Is constructed on the most Improved lines and is
consequently a splendid cooker and baker and at the same time an
economizer of fuel. It has six large holes and large square oven.
Special price ,25.75. Terms: $2:75 Cash, 50c Weekly.
Folding Reclining Bicycle QIC
Tubing Co-Cart, 0lu
Steel frame. The most Improved cart on
the market. Body folds perfectly flat and
wheels overlap in folding, thereby taking up
but little space. All parts are extra strong-.
Has bicycle tubing frame and handles, best
gearing and extra strong wheels with large
rubber tires; patent footbrake.
Terms t 60o Cash, 60o Weekly.
YOUR UQIIEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MOIIEY BACK
- - -
MA99TTB BOU9 OAK
These Sideboards are of masslv
proportions and of superior construc
tion. They are made to order for th
great Hartman chain of stores and
the -greatest care has been given to
very detail of workmanship and fin
ish. They have extra large heavy
French beveled mirrors, elaborate
carvings and a lined dawer for silver
war. Terms, U6 cash) 60o weakly
t.'r"" i. ' ....
All Goods Marked In Plain
Figures at Hartman's.
yard 3 4c
All Wool Ingrains,
at, yard 6Sc
Fine Velvet Car
pets, yard . . . 85c
at, yard. . . .$1.10
Heavy Mattings, at
Good Grade Oil
Cloth, at, yd. 29c
Chase Leather Couch Special, 15.75
It has a frame of solid oak, polish finish; has carved claw feet, is upnoi
stered In best materials and deeply tnfted, covered with extra quality Chase
leather. This massive couch has all steel construction and full set of oil
tempered steel springs. It Is constructed with new Improved features and Is
thoroughly guaranteed. Terms: $1.80 cash, 60c weekly.
22 GREAT STORES THROUGHOUT THE U. S.
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This Dresser Is made under our di
rect supervision and according to our
own specification; and is therefore a
dresser of superior charactsr. It Is
highly polished and the mirror stand
ards are neatly carved. Mirror Is of
extra else and has a deep beveled
edge. Easily a 112.00 value.
Tsrmsi 91-00 Cash, 60o Weekly.
1414-16-18 DOUGLAS STREET
BiiutU Velvet Rng,
0(12 Ingrain Rugs,
at $3 J
Hug, at. . .$11.75
0xl Velvet Rugs,
at . $-'1.75
0x12 Body BrusiM'is,
Velvet, at. . $19.50
0x0 Art Rugs,
amount to 9)1.884 bales. Including 114,800
forwarded direct to spinners The Imports
this week were: New South Wales, 8,7l
bales; Queensland. 2.82; Victoria. 8 441;
Beutn Australia, 834: Tasmania, 465; New
Zealand. 11.777; Cape of Oood Hop and
Natal, 1.891; various, 1,662 balea
Evaporated Apples aad Dried Fralts.
NEW YORK, April 21. EVAPORATED
APPIJBS Remain firm. Grades below
prim are practically out of supply and
consequently axe not quotable. Htrlctly
prime fruit Is quoted at choice
at louc; and fancy, lie.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
are In Jobbing demand With price firm
from lac. according to grade. Apricots
are nominally unchanged at l2c. for choice;
12"o for extra choice and 12Md4Ho for
fancy. Psacha are la light suppljr and
rul firm with choice quoted at 10Hc; ex
tra choic at lOVUc; ncy llyWic;
extra fancy at llal-c. Rslslns unchanged.
Los. muscatels ar e quoted at &4oSc;
seeded .-alHina st fcWtfiSc. and London lex
ers at U6ol 0-
NEIW TORK, April XL MBTAI.S Ther
was no change In the vaxtuus uiulul mar
kets, with business showing the usual But
urday apathy. Boot tin is quoted at UH.fif
8S.B&. Copper continued nrm. with lake
quoted at 18.5t'4(i18.76, electrolytic at 819.
618 W and casting at l8.0u4rlS.26. Load was
firm at 86.fcMu6.eu. Bpeitrr remained at 88.10
8.1&. Iron was qulst.
LIVERPOOL. April B COTTON Spot
aiarkat uiti prloe 10 poluU hlgbari Aiuer-
lean middling fair. 8.64d; good middling,
8.84d; middling, 8 14d; low middling. 8 4d;
good ordinary, 8. Bud; ordinary, 8. bed. The
titles of the day were 7.0X1 bales, of which
6U were for speculation and export and In
cluded 8.4U0 American. Receipts, X.OU0 bales.
Including 8u0 American.
PEORIA. April 21. OORN Steedy; No. t
yelluw, i:c-. No. 1 4rV,c; no grade, 45'tc.
OATS Unchanged; No. 8 whit, Ju42io;
No. 4 while. 31c
BTB Steady; No. t, 83c
Dalatk Grata Market.
DUL.UTH. April 21. WHEAT To arrlv:
No. 1 northern, 79e: No. 1 northern, 7Tc
Oa Uacki . 1 nortaara, 7c; No. I
northern. 77Hc; May, 7SHo; July, Tc; Sep
tember, 77!c. ,
OATS-To arrive, on track and Ma Jlc.
I bi p o rt aad Exports.
NEW YORK, April 21. Imports of mer
chandise and dry goods at the port of New
York for the week ending today war
valued at tlS.ti.GM.
Total Imports of specie at the port of
New York for the week ending today were
M,07k sliver and gold.
Total exports of gold from th port of
New York for the week ending today wsre
841.446 silver and no gold.
When you hav anything to trad, ad
vertise It In the "For Exchange" column
on Th Be want ad page.
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