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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEEt MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1907.
ETI dfata corrected h a lass, fitted
In rour bnmi It desired; reasonable
. nrloea, Bmith. Graduate Optician, A
Ohio, 'Phone Webeter 4337.
SEWING) machine supplies for alt makes
of machines; machine repaired; machine
for rent. Heyden Bros.. Sewing Machine
Iwpt Douglas St. entrance. Tel. noug.
tout. 0) Tl M10
(18) 169 M4
ANT ONE knowing th whereabouts of
' Nels and Olaf Olsen will confer a favor
unun them br show in a; them thla ad. or
by writing to Miss Carrie Olsen, Rock
Island, UL, MO 46th Bt.
: 18) M789 MUX
R anything In the sewing machine Una
go to P. E. Flodman It, Co., 1M4 Cap. Aye.
lioj mi.m mu
im. N. BOMMETL homeopath. Bee Bldg.
RTTPTITRH CtTRED MO! no knife. Quick
Clire Rupture Co., Woodmen of the World
tiniiaing. ti M hu
HT1ALTHT nursing mother will take In
fant for nursing. Apply Mr Agne
Adam I, utn ana M eta., south Omaha.
(18 M413 B
PAINFUL, borne, any ore or akin hurt
oJckljr healed br lathi Hkln Cream. 26c
tm PROPERTY FOR BALB
Thirty lota on ny pay
menta; amaU payment down,
balance 31 per week. We will
build twenty new bousea to
ault purchasers, on eaay pay
ment Oet your order In early,
a theae will not laat long.
National Investment Co.
68 Douglaa Block, 18th and Dodge.
I ACRES, on 13th Bt., (South Omaha), one
block from oar lice; x,oou. r ix weaa.
1634 Douglaa. , (19) M846 4x
". 8060 for One acre lot, 88th
' and Kansaa Ave.; email nous
and bam, cistern, email fruit
tree and grapea; Ilea fine.
PHONE) DOUOLAB 49.
110 BOARD OF TRADE.
a HO x
OWNER wishes to sell at onoe nice east
front building lot, 624xIS6 ft., close to
' car line and within easy walking dis
tance or town. Terms caan or part caan.
Address N-Mi, care tse. ti aubm ox
Thla piece of property haa a frontage of
m reel on tiaraey street; it lies w leei wen
of tha .N., VV., ioi.;of. ,30th and.. JUrney.
5lnely located ft C row of flats. It
V'on't be lone before this will be business
' vVroperty. It lays at grade. . and la In evert
way desirable. No fancy . price on thla
piece. ... , .
"BRlOd'S PLACH." .
Thla addition baarlna at 42d St. Farnam
rune through tbe middle of these iota 1 1
have over 10s foe sale. They are desirable
fur residence and trackage. The (100) lots
muet be sold In a bunch. They are priced l
at one-hair their individual value.
This choice realdenoe tot, 60x165 ft., lies
In tAth St.. the most desirable residence
dlatrlct; east front, lot terraced and sodded.
Asphalt pavement In front of property.
1830 Farnam BC. City.
w it in wmm T - ail tWITTlTlliirn
. : 6-ROOM HOUSE
modern exoept furnace; If
taken' at once can be had for
0. C. OLSEN
8. EL Cor. 18th and Dodge Sts.
THESE ARB THE BAROAINS
Six-room house on 'Franklin street, pear
car, city water ana gas, gooo parn,. por-
manent waia. voeap at ii.iwu.
I rota on pavad street, paving paid, one
block from oar, water and sewer, 886ft for
sJL or 810V aacn.
8 lots in umana view, izdu tor an.
These lota will aooa be only ona block
from oar Una and ona lot will be worth
all we ask for the three. BUY THESE
Hlrh. slahtly lota on Ames Ava. with
oar by ina door, ixdv ana up,
WRIGHT LAS BURY.
Phone Douglas HI. 804 8. 16th Bt.
LANDSCAPE architect B. C. Fester,
T . (18-M7180
FOR BALE Two modern bouses and large
barn, one block north of Hanscom park:
paved street, east front, lot 76x150, East-
era owner will sell at a bargain.
Room IN. I.L Bide.
BUY from owner an sara commtseloni
fr-roem, new. modern cottage, 110 8. 17th.
US alou sal
8X400 Fine home. T-room modern Niousa,
valuable full lot, H.4U0 cash, balance
monthly payments. Inquire 1411 Vinton
Bt. 1-M42 6X
U INVESTMENT hi Omaha Improvement
property, cuae in. s. Uawver, 1614 Em.
aaet sit. .... Q-481 8
FOR BALE Nlc 6-room collate 41,1M. Sea
owner. : .frnt hi. tli M X
' REAL ESTATE
ARM A VD HAaCH LARDS FOR SALB
IIOHTCTETEKBTRSI Be eareful. Locate right
Investigate our faiooiii artesian trailer.
Sure crops, niatchleee climate. Ixt ua
writ rata, Millar A Jama. Meade, Kan,
80 ACRES HALT, COUNTY
Farm toina the city limit of
, Orand Island; level land. Frio
ImI per acre. ...
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
, 1001 N. T. Ufa Bldg. ......
. Phone Douglaa 2iA
taft-ACRB FARM Ooae to Gretna, Neb., at
ri6 per aore.
A) Acre, does) to Central City, at 860 an
Irrigated far near Sullivan. Neb., all In
Cultivation, 3t0 an aor. .
. Addxws U. a. buir. Gretna, Neb.
. . (A--M376 U
, REAL ESTATE
FARM AMD RANCH LANDS FOR AI.B
CHEYENNE COUNTY NEB.
-NH soH. section
p 12, range 4s;
1. township 12. range
north half smooth.- hard.
black Innil; nmnhMUt quarter
rolling; suitable for pasture.
Price lAM per acre. 88 rr "cr
cash, balance nin annual
pajrinenta, per ceflt Interest.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1001 N. Y. Life BUg.
three miles from
must be sold.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO
vrt TAT V T lf DM
' WA . M. . 1 T3 LIIVaBXj.a
STOCK AND GRAIN FARM
l.ono acres, all level land,
good black aoll, Improvementa
consist of a f-room house. -stable,
corral, good well and
mill, etc., all fenced and
cross-fenced. Write ua about
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1001 N..Y. Ufa Bldg., .
ONE MILLION ACRES ROSEBUD LAND
SOON to be opened in Tripp oounty, south
Dakotai new and authentic map Juat out;
brice. w centa, poatpaio. trw Keicn
mann, lioneateel, 8. D. 20 M3S8 Ml 8
FOR BALB Rellnaulahment to aplendld
160-acre ho meat ad. 18 mllea from Pierre.
state capital of South Dakota, IB mllea
railways. Address J &X, care Bee.
ta M.zi tz
FARMERS MAKE 200 PER CENT IN THE
OUR LAND HAS MANX ADVANTAGES
OVER ANT OTHER SUCTION OF
It haa u tnchea or rainfall.
It has more productive soli.
It baa no brush to grub out :
It don't have to be Irrigated. -
It baa pure water at sixty feet.
It costs less to improve.
It grows beet cotton in Texas.
It is a natural clover country.
il is Dent lUMitr cane una,
It Is a good alfalfa country.
It U a
splendid bog country.
Jt haa a ten months' growing season,
t has lowest shipping rates.
It sells at )12 00 to $18 per acre.
Illustrated Hat free. .
UliANU P. LOCKWOOD,
Ban Antonio, Tex.
(20) Moll M5
DALHART, TEXAS, the hub of a million
acres oi tne choicest tana in the pan
handle. Come with us on March 6th
Inln All. ananlal r fm nl.l... B, l . U -
Neb,; Clarion. la.; Waterloo, la.; Cedar
Kapios. ia.: fiymoutn. ina.. or Bloom
Ington, 111. Bee local agenta. W. P.
Boasn iana Co., Waterloo, la.
120) 118 Mart
WYOMING IRRIGATED LAND-Valloy
land 115 to 136 per acre. A 1st Irrigation
project ror investment. Adareas box hi,
Tnermopoiis, wyo. Wh-Mbja mw
640 acres smooth, hard Mack
land, underlaid with a clay
gubaoll, in Kimball county,
miles from railroad. Price
; , I6.50. .
OfKEEFE REAL ESTATE CO
"" 1001 N. T. Life Bldg., .
' Omaha, Neb.
' () M388
THE COEUR D'ALENE RESERVATION
will be opened soon. It contains 500,000
seres choloe wheat, fruit and timber land.
Do you want 140 acres t
COEUR D'ALENE RESERVATION IN
Room 17-18 Exchange Bank Bldg., B
i Bldg., Bno
WE WANT at one 600 lire real aataU men
to help ur, dispose of 100.000 acres of the
choicest agricultural lands near Dalhart,
Tex., only three to ten mllea from town.
Special inducements to live real eatata
men. Write or wire ua at once. W. P.
Boaah Land Co., Waterloo, Ia.
. There Is a great demand for
cheap land. We can' sell you
fiom 160 acres up to any
amount you want In Western
Nebraska, Eastern Colorado,
of Wyoming. ' Level land,
black top soil, underlaid with
a clay subsoil. Prices 83.60 to --
810 per acre, depending on lo-
cation and quality. If you
- are Interested write - ua and
tell how much you want and
where you want It
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.
1001 N. Y. Uf Buldg.,
(20 M391 6
1,60 ACRES of fine soil, 100 acres of Um
ber, living water J0 per acre: a forced
T40-ACRE stock, ranch Xor quick salo, 841
imr acre. caan.
1614 'Emmett St. Omaha. (20 4S8 I
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Farm aad Raaek Laad.
FTNH ranch to rant on crop plan in famed
Big Horn Basin. Write W. M. Harvard.
No Wood. Wyo. a 424 M4x
FOR RnNTV-6-acre tract of land In Ben
son' (without house), suitable for garden
ing or raising potatoes. Will rent till
January K 19uS, for t-'i If taken Immedi
ately. Addreaa E 838, care Bee.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
UNION LOAN & 1NVT CO.,
-A810 BEB BUILDINQ.
LOANS MONEY ON REAL ESTATE.
MONEY TO LOAN-Payna Investmanl Co.
GARVIN BROS.. 1604 Farnam.
. pac cent toaaa oa real estate;
I and 6Vt
LOWEST RATES Bemis, Paxton Block.
. (28) 667
P. 000, 000 TO LOAN on buslneas and rest-
oenie property lu Omaha; lowest rates;
no delay. Thomas Brenuan, K. 1, N. T.
LUa Ot 408
loan and warrant. W.
CO, 1320 Farnam St
LOANS on Improved city property. W, H.
Thomas, iu6 First National Bank. Bldg.
. (23) 470
WANTED City loans.
R. C Peter 4k Co.
FRJVATE MONEY F. D. WeAd. liXl Doug
. . (211471
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTEX To buy at one fo cash, build
in tot w u it feat wide by in aeep.
Must He within tne area bounded by
Jon. Davenport, l&ih and 8otli. Slate
" prloe and location at one. M 840, car
Bee. (23 Ml 6x
WANT tp buy oa br two sections In
western Neb.; prefer Cheyenne, Kim
ball or banner county. ' Give aectlon.
township and range, also plic, in Brut
, letter. Addtoaa E 816. care Be.'
(21) M)U T
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED To buy, second-hand furniture.
cook and beating stove, oarpeia, iinuie
uma. office furniture, old olothee and
ahoee, pianoe. feather, bed btllowa, qauuv
and all kinds of tools; or will buy tbe fur
niture of your houae complete. Will buy
antique or mahogany furniture. The nlah
eet prices paid. CaU the right man. Tel
Doug. im. &) MDU M14
TOP prices for M-hand books, novels, all
kinaa. stacey, ais w. uin. ii. nrn-i i
' (26 MS7 Mix '
WANTED To buy good late model, second
hand No. t Remington typswruer. ao
dress O-IIJ. Bee. . (26 M4S2
CASH paid for old books. Crane-Foy Co.,
lis B. ittn. f none uouiiu-uo.
WANTED to buy, second-hand typewrit"
era, all makes. E8H N. 10th St-, flat I.
TYPEWRITERS-We pay th highest eh
price ror typewnoers. can at once or
Tel. Doug. (477, Kendla, Paxton block.
(26) 474 M19
WANTED A l.tnO-pound horse, a good
looker, sound and younx. Chas. B. Bates,
01 Bee Bldg. 'Phone Harney W4.
WANT to buy hardware stock with estab
lished trade. Address, x rc. nee.
. (25)-Mt!4 Bx
WANTED Oood haae burner and fur
overcoat. Address T 260, care Bee.
(25) M42J Bx
WE have a buyer for a or l(Vroom house
In Hanrcom Park or west rarnnm aia
trlct IS.OiO to 18,000; also 4 buyers for cot.
tages, 11,000 to W.000. Wright Iaibury.
K4 So. 16th St. MtW 4
WANTED TO RENT
WANT1T.D Board and room. In private
famllyv by man and wife; reference fur-
nlahed. Statu price. Addreaa K-821, care
Bee. (26)-M256 4x
I OR 10-ROOM houae In West Farnam dis
trict. Address D-iJW, care nee.
WANTED Eight or nine-room modern
houae, In Park Ave. or tarnam St. Dis
trict, by very desirable tenant- Inquire
H. C. Callsch, care J. L. Brandels &
Bona. (2)-M434 6
WANTED Seven or eight-room modern
house in walking distance, shout lf'tn oi
April. AddreBSE7,eej(26)jM41g 6x
DAY woman furnished
Telephone Douglaa lilt
WANTED A good special line to sell
on commission In Neb. and-coio.; naa
long-time experience and been aucoeas
ful. Room it, Schllts Hotel, Omaha; in
room evenings until Marsh 8.
(27) M 486 6x
UNIVERSITY man, with t year' expert
ence as manager of grain, coal and live
stock business, wanta. good paying posi
tion, has small capital; will invest if re
quired. Address H 786, Bee.
OCtoD bread and pie baker wants a situa
tion. Address P. Hlllmuth, 468. Oakland,
I. 427)-291 8x
WANTED Good appearing young man, has
good identity with the trade, would like en
account for Omaha and tributary towna.
Address N 312, care of Bee.
(S) M449 5x '
POSITION as clerk In store or bookkeeper;
have worked In store two years; have
been bookkeeper and stenographer can
talk 8 languages; canlftifniah good refer
ence; will accept position outaiae city.
Address 8 827, Bee.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Nebraska, March 2. 1907. Sealed
proposals, In triplicate, will bo received here
and by quartermasters at the posts named
herein, until 10 a. m,, central standard time,
April 1 1917, for furnishing wood, coal and
charcoal, during the fiscal year ending June
10. laux. at Omaha U..M. Depot. Forts Crook,
Omaha and - Robinson, Nebraaexa;: Forts
Leavenworth and Riley, Kansas; rorts u.
A. Russell and Mackenzie, Wyoming; Fort
Lea Moines. Iowa, and Fort Meade,. South
Dakota. Proposals for delivery at other
places will be entertained. United States re
serves riirht to relect or aoceot any or all
oroDosala or any part thereof. Information
furntshed on application here, or to Quar
termasters at the stations named. Envel
opes containing proposals should be marked
"Proposals for Fuel," and addressed to
Major THOMAS CRUSE, C. Q M.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Neb. March 1, 1907. Sealed pro
posal in triplicate, will be received here
and by the Quartermaster at the posts
named herein, until 10 a. m., central stana
. u utile, nyin A. ,WI, ,VI . u. ...v..t .b .....a-
eral oil during the fiscal year ending June
ki, 1908, at Fort Robinson, Nebraska; Fort
Des Moines. Iowa: Fort Leavenworth. Kan'
saa: Fort Mackenxle. Wyoming, and Fort
Meade. South Dakota. Proposals for de
livery at other than the above named sta
tions wlll not be entertained. The United
States reeervea right to reject or accept
any or all proposals or any part thereof.
Information furnished on application here,
or to Quartermaster at the stations named.
Envelopes containing proposals - should be
marked "Proposal for Mineral OH," and
addressed to Major THOMAS CRUSE, C.
Q. M. M3-4-5-6-29-80
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BIS RE
celved at office of Treasure? Battle
Mountain Sanitarium, N. H. D. V. 8., Hot
Springs, soutn Dakota, until 13 o'clock M.,
March 9th, 1907, and then opened, for furn
lahlng and delivery of Screens, Cement and
Plows, in accordance with Instructions and
specifications, copies of which, with blank
proposals, and other Information, may be
had upon application to W. A. TUCKER,
NOTICB OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
Notice la hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholder of the
South Platta Land company will be held
at th-offloe of said company at Lincoln,
&eb., at U o'clock a. m. on the (th day of
arch, A. D., 19v7. By order of th Board
of Directors. C. H. MORRILL, President;
A B. MINOR, Beoretary.
Lincoln, Neb., February 4, 1807.
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
llln(t IppMn at Optaioc and Frioi of
Qraia Dam Uo.
CLOSE UNDER THAT OF DAY BEFORE
Cora Weak la Sympathy wltk Wheat,
bat Reslataace to Lewer
Level at Prices ia
. Mlaalagt. '
OMAHA. March i. 107.
Belling appeared at opening of market
and prices eased off considerably at tbt
cloae. May wheat closing at 6fc aaked, a
loaa of V.C from yesterday's close. The pit
crowd Were bearish on advices from nonn
west that the spring wheat movement will
run larger ana tnere was considerable
iiuuinauun or long lines. There waa some
covering by shorts, but the market failed
o snow any rally whatever and waa weak
at the cloee, although offered some sllgat
Cam waa weak In sympathy with wheat,
but the resistance shown yesterday to a
lower level of prices waa not evident and
May corn closed at 4-c asked, a loaa of
He from yesterday's close. Juiy corn also
lost So. closing at 4lo asked, while Septem
ber corn lost fee, the final quotation being
oats waa not in strong demand and
suffered in proportion lo wheat and corn,
closing at 40Vic asked for May and Hc
aaked for juiy.
Braomhull estimates that wheat ship
ments Monday will be ll.aw.OOO bushels, of
which Europe will take ,W,000 bushels.
Primary receipts were 41J,0iW bushels and
shipments Iw.wa) bushels, as against re
ceipts last year of 4ia,ow bushels and ship
ments of llK.Ouo bo-hela. Corn receipts were
tlicuw bushels and shipments suO.ouO bush
els, against receipts of 60,,UpO bushels and
uiiinienu oi soi.uuw Duaneis last year.
were si,uuu Dtisneis corn,
itl.WU bushels oats and wheat and Hour
eoual to 2,i,l buehele.
Liverpool cloaed lower on wheat and
Vufed tower on corn.
AjOual range of options:
Articles.) Open. I Hlghtj Low. I Close. lYes'y.
iA 42 A!
41 A 41 A
A asked, b bid.
Omaha Cash Prleea.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. yTU-iio: No. 8 hard.
63'0,c; No. 4 hard, t,'')c; iso. 8 vpring.
CORN No. 8, 38a3Si4c; No. 4, 843;Hc;
No. 8 yellow, 8SV4fp3c; No. 3 white. 41VsC.
OATS No. 8 mixed, S!4i&38Vic; No. 3
white, 89Ao; No. 4 white, feWfrUtsfco. ,
Rvbn"0. 2, 59c; .No. a, 67Vo. '
' Wheat. Corn.
. . 76
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISION
Featarea of the Trading and Closing
Prices oa Doard of Trade.
CHICAGO, March 2. The fear that the
weekly statistics which will be made
public on Monday will be favorable to the
bears caused an extremely weak market
In wheat today. At the close wheat tor
May delivery was down VAo. Corn
was off Vac. Oats showed a loss of0
He, and provisions a. loss of "VitflOc to
W 1th the exception of a few minutes at
the opening when steady cables and re
latlvely small receipts in the northwmt
encouraged some buying, the market wit
weak all day. The firmness of the open
lng was quickly dispelled by the freo sell
Ing of pit traders wb? seem to be Imbued
with the idea that Monday's statistics
will favor the bears. . The prediction was
made that world's shipments for the wtk
Will be shown to exCucd, those of the cor
responding, week last year, and that the
amount of breadstuff on passage and the
visible supply will each show a moderate
Increase. The fact- that, the markets st
Minneapolis, St. Louis and Kansas City
were weak, also affected the local situa
tion. The. market closed weak with
prices almost at the lowest point. May
opened unchanged" to He higher at 76 e
to 76TtjC, sold off to 75c. and closed fit
76H676c. Clearances of wheat and
flour were equal to 268,000 bu. Primary
receipts were 417,000 bu., against the
same amount on the corresponding (lay
last year. Minneapolis, Duluth and Chi
cago, reported receipts of 264 cars, against
727 cars last week, aad 826 cars one year
The weakness in wHeat and a decline at
Liverpool depressed prices In the corn
pit. The enormous accumulation of low
grade corn which the eastern railroads
are not handling with great promptness
seemed to cause much apprehension
among the handlers of cash grain. Com
mission houses were free sellers all dav.
Shorts were the best buyers. Th inark jt
closed weak. May corn opened a shade
to H'ic lower at 47 He to 47 He. sold
off to 46Hc and closed at 4644 0'4?;e.
Th local receipts were 874 cars, with 1
of contract grade.
Oats were weak,' ohleflv because of the
decline in wheat. Th - principal trading
was In the July option. Pit traders and
commission houses were the chief sellers,
with cash houses the leading buyers.
May oata opened a shade lower to a shade
nigner at 41 He to 42 He. sold off to 41 c.
and closed at the lowest point. Local i
celpts were 180 cars.
Liberal receipts of live hogs at western
packing centers caused steady selling of
provision by small holders and resulted
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a 3:80 pra
a 3:80 pm
a 7:10 am
a 7 46 pm
a 7:46 pm
a 3:05 am
Denver A California,
Northwest Expreas .
Nebraska Express .,
Lincoln Fust Mall ...
Lincoln nuvwi m i.eopm
j-t. i;roo as nabieiu uuu :: pm diu:zs a
..a 7:60 pm
a 9:10 am
a no am
a 1:60 pin
a 7:26 am
a 8 66 piu
a t : iin
all :30 am
a 8 46 am
a 110 pm
Bellevue A Pae.
Juno. .a 3:30 am
..a 7 am
..a 3:5 pm
..a 8:06 pm
..a 9:16 am
..a 4:48 pm
Chicago Express ....
bt. Louis Expresa.,
Ranaaa C'ltv-St. Joe.
Kansaa Ctty-St Jo.. ..a 9:15 am
Kansas Clty-St Jo a 4:46 pm
WEBSTER gTATION-lotfc M WEBSTER
Chleaso, St. Paal, Mlaaaapoll 4k
Twin City Passenger.. .b 3- am b t am
Sioux City Pasaeuer...a 2:00 pra all:am
Emerson Local b 6:46 pm b f 14 am
Emerson Local 01:48 am 1:60 pm
Local via Weeping
Water v..a 84C am a 6 80 pm
Falls City Local a 8 60 pm all:20pot
a Daily, b Dally except Sunday, d Dally
except Saturday. Sunday only, a Dally
rIMPRISI" Line of the Atlantic
xajtd to rAjrs zt rova says
The Empress of Britain and Empress of
freland make the voyage fnom Quebec t
.Iter poo I in six days, two being spent on
tbe majestic St Lawrence.
Book now for summer sailings.
O. 8L BZWJAklTaT, Crea, AgU S3S B. COark
ttiMt, (;! p. ia.
In a weak market. At the cloae May
pork was off lIHc at lkiH- Lard was
down IT He at 45. Ribs were THOlOc
lower at 1110.
Estimated receipts for Monday: Wheat,
(I cars; corn, 471 cars; oata, 24 cars;
hogs, 44.000 head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. Open. High.) Low. Close. Tes y.
Wheat II" I
May... TP "'! 75' 7S7tr 7R
July... 7TH 77"j76ii ' 77
Sept... 77H77 it 77H
May... 477 7H 40 44
July... 4V 46 4 464
Sept... Sa 46Mi 464 46H6 H 4eVH
May...42HWi4 424 41 41 42Hi4
July... riVwS 'S W 7Vi;s8
Sept... 2 Sit2VtU S&Wa
May... 16 30 16S7H 16 20 16 I24 1 S5
July... 14 46 16 47 14 7H 1 87V 1 47H
May... 62H ISH 145 45 PH
July... L'i4 5 t SO 50
Bept... 72 7ZVM 57H I 67 H 75
May... 90 8S 8M 896
July... 00 I07V4 I 92 8 95 06
Sept... IH 110 800 800
Cash quotations were aa follows:
FLOUR Easy: wknter patents. nWM SO
straights, t;l.0oti.26: spring patents. fl.5n
8.60; stralahts. 3.10iS.40; bakers. IJ.IO.IO.
WHEAT No. 2 spring, 8('iUMc; No. J, 72
82o: No. 1 red. 72Vn74c.
CORN No. 8, 43'ic; No. t yellow, 44e.
OATS No. 2. 40Sc; No. 1 white, i39
434c; No. 8 white, 414424c.
HIE-NO. 8, Sic.
BARLEY Fair to choice malting. mn
SEED No. 1 flax, 81 17; No. 1 northwest
ern. 81.84; prime timothy, 844.70; clover,
contract grade, 818 85.
PROVISIONS Short rihs sides (loose).
t8.62VL(a.75. Mess nork. ner hhl.. SlS.25cijKt.30.
Lard, per iro ina., .. snort clear sides i
(boxed), 88.871449 87H- I
The reeeipte and shipments or hour ana
S2.J.10 21. 0
3t'.4 0O SC6 3
2220) 166 6 0
, 1," V
57,9 0 17,100
exchange today the but
easy; creamery, iifi jjc:
On the Produce
ter market waa
dairy, 20ii27c. F.ggs, weak; at mark, cases
Included, 194o; firsts, 20c; prime firsts. 21c.
Cheese, steady, HVulSWo.
Bt. Loala General Market.
ST LOUIS. March 2. WHEAT Lower.
track. No. 8 red cash, 76877c; No. 2 hard,
7375c; May, 7iSc; July, 74i375c.
t'OKN-Lower; track, No. 2 cah. 44H
44V4c; No. 2 white, 40c; May, HV-HHi'l July,
oats ivower; track, no. z cash, 4zw,
No. 8 white, i3Vxii44c; May, 40c; July,
861. c. '
FLOUR Steady; red Winter, patents. $3.60
63.S0; extra fnncy and straight 83.20(64.50;
SEED Timothy, steady, 33.75S4.15.
BRAN Slow; aacked east track, 98ff99e.
HAY Steady; timothy, 315.006 19.00;
IRON COTTON TIES-811.08.
HEMP TWINE 10c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower; Jobbing,
316.75. Lard, lower; prime mess, 89.O0fi9.17H.
Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts,
3.62H; clear ribs, 89.62H: short clears, r.7..
Bacon, steady; boxed extra clears, 310.37H;
clear rihs, 310.37H; short clears. 310.50.
POULTRY Firm; chickens, lie; springs
ana aucks. izc; turkeys, 10c; geese, 7c,
BUTTER Steady :
EGGS Firm at 17o.
Wheat, hu .
Corn, bu ..
Oats, bu ..
Kansaa City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. March l.-WHEAT-lc
lower; May, te'c; July. 09c: September,
7Hi.c: cash. No. 1 hard, 6H072Hc; No. 8,
G6H870Hc; No. I red, 7374c; No. 4, 65H
CORN H He lower; May, 41o: July,
flc; cash. No. 1 mixed, 4t44'3'41He: No. 8,
40c: No. 2 white, 42H'4I14e; No. 8, 42fl42Hc.
OATS-Ue lower; No. 2 white. 414J41HC;
No. t mixed, 39!ifl40o. i
RTF Steady at SOflMc.
HAY-9teady choice timothy, 314.BO
16.W: choice prairie, 311.0011.5O.
F,f!OS ? lower; firsts. 16Ho.
BUTTER Firm.: ereamery, soc; packing, j
.. 9.000 7(Y
Corn, bu ,.
Oats, bu . .
..R2.M0. .. 2.ono
..20.000 ,. 18,000
. Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, ' March t.-WHEAT
Mav. TTH'THe; July, 78Hc; September,
7G'lhy77c: Nd. 1 hard. 79-VrWiC; No. 1
northern. TSiCWie ; No. t northern, 16
77Uc; No. 3 northern. 7Sf15e.
FLOUR First patents, I4.204r4.8t: second
patents, 34.004J4.10: first clears. 83.26fr3.35:
second clears, 82.I&92.60. Bran In bulk,
Mlfwnnkee Grain Market.
MILWAUKET3, March 2. WHEAT
Firmer; No. 1 northern, 82S3c; No. 2 north
ern. 79-881c; May. 757c hid.
RY10-8teadv; No. 1, 6959Hc
BARLEY Firm; No. 1. 66Hc; sample, B6
CORN Iiwer; No. 8 cash, 42Hft2c;
May, 46ig41Tic asked.
. Peoria Market.
PEORIA, March l-CORN Steady; No.
3 yellow and No. 8, 41c; No. 4, 4(H4o; no
OATS Steady: No. 2 white, 42S74IHc; No.
3 white. 41HS4?c; No. 4 white, 40Hc.
RYE Firm: No. 2, 67fllc.
WHISKY On basla of 31.29 for finished
Liverpool Urals Market.
LIVERPOOL, March 1 WHEAT Spot,
steady; No. t red western. 6a 3Hd. Futures,
steady; March, 6a 5Hd; May, 6 6Hd; July,
6s 2Ud. .
CORN Snot, steady; American mixed,
new. 4s 6Hd; American mixed, old, 4a 7Hd.
Futures, quiet; March. 4s 4Hd; May, 4a 4Td.
Dnlnlh Or-ilw 'MarVel,
nT'T.UTTI. March I. WHEAT On track.
No. 1 northern. 81,e; No. 2 northern, 764e;
May. 78i4yTKTo; July. 79He; September.
OATS To arrive. 89c; March. 374e.
Kansaa City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY, March t. CATTLE
Receipts. 1.000 head. Including 100 aou'h
erns; mnrket stesdy; choloe export and
dressed beef steers, 86.60jH.50: fair to
food. 34.50 0 6.40; western fed steers,
4.00(05.80: stockers and feeders. 83.60 f?
6 26; southern steers, 33.75(3(6.26: south
ern cows, 2.50S J75; native cows,. 32 B0
C4.B0; native heifer. 83 264T4.86: bulls,
3 8 B i 4 . 1 .r : calves, 33 807.25. Receipts
for the week were 88.700 head.
HOGS Receipts, 2.000 head; market
SfflOc lower: top, 36 96: bulk of snl-s,
8680T6.90: .heavy, 36.90rT6.95: packer.
36 80414.92H; Piga and lights. 86.2536.80.
Reelnta for the week 64.000 head.
SHEEP AND I.AMBS Receipts 00
head; market steady; lambs'. 86.60I&7.8K;
ewes and vearl!oe-. 4. 60(8 6.76: western
fed year lines. 88.1506.50; western fed
sheen. 14 50f 6.60: stockers and feedere,
83 6098.00. Receipts for the 'week 46,100
St. Irftwla LIt Htoek Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. March J CATTI.W
Receipts, 4.000 head, Including 380 Tex
ana; market steadv; native shipping and
export steers. 84. 90 A 4 75: dressed boef
and butcher steers. t4.60B.00: steer un
der 1.000 Ins.. 83 7504.50: stockers and
feeders. I3.60O 4.75; cows and heifers,
82 . 664 8. ?5; csnnere. 32 801.60; bulls.
2.66tT4. 60; calve, tt.flfl 65 8.00: Texas and
Indian steer. 32.60H6.60; cows and heif
er 2 SOW 5 60.
HOGS Receipt. 4.000 head: market fc
higher: r-l and Uchts. 86.264J6.90: pack
ers. 86 6847.00; butchers' and best heavy,
36 6 7. 00.
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 800
head: market steady: native muttons.
13 2606 25: lambs, 34 0007. 25: pull and
bucks. 83. 00O4.00; stockers. 32 606 8 25.
at. Jeiaewk Live Stock Market.
BT. JOSEPH, Mo.. March 3 CATTLE
Receipts. 13 head: market steady; na
tives 84. ISO 6.00: rows and heifers. 82 28
04 50: stockers and feeders. 33 7804.71.
HOGS Receipts. 8 196 head: market
opened srt-ady. rinsed weak; top, 36.66;
bulk nt sales. 16.86 6 40.
RHTCEP ANT) T.AM Recelpte. 4M
hea4: market stronr: lamba. 87.00417 15;
ymrilnas, 8t "4 76; wethers, .$6.19
40; we. 4 7lt?6 25. ...
ek la Slabt.
Receipt of live stork at the six principal
Ct'e. Host. Sheen.
South Omaha 1 " Tmo 800
Woux Cltv 8tW)
Kansas City l. lima ton
Bt. .Tsrh lt l 4
Bt. Lout ...4, mo 4.nm (no
Chicago ,. M 11.0U8 1.60O
Totals IOsT a,C t,ttO
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
liHinc tattle, for th Week Ebtw Con
- slorabla StrtDirib.
HOGS SOME LOWER 1HAN A WEEK AGO
Liberal Receipts f iheep for the
Week, wltk Fair Demand and
Prlees oa All Klada Ibow
las; Little t haagc.
SOUTH OMAIIA. March . 1907.
Rioelpts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omclal Monday 5.26 6.841 18.124
Oniclal Tuesday 1 .8'9 ll.XA 1.0M
Oftlclal Wednesday 8.S62 ll.Kii
Official Thursday 8.ti) 8.108 4.''i
Official Friday 1.3' 7.016 8 231
Official Saturday 160 7.000 600
Two weeks ago..,.
Three weeks ago.
19,822 61.471 41.SH
28,733 69.a4 41 739
.....11.501 61.719 27.18
26.019 47.9 .1 83 SO
22 37J 65.443 27 '8
rour weeks ago.
Same week laat year 24.219 68.H1 33.6
Ihe following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha tor
the year to date, compared with laet year;
107. 1. inc. Dec.
raftla ' iqj n? lis x 24.113
Hogs 4Si2S3 4T6.8i7 41,094
Sheep 2y0,629 270,187 20,342
Good to choice cornfed steers
Fair to good epinfed steers 4.7..ft6.30
Common to fllr steers l 'l V
Good to choice fed cows 3.. 64. 50
Fair to good cows and heifers S.0"h3 7o
Common to fair cows and heifers,. 8.0K(i3.0u
Oond to choice atockera & feeders.. 4.2l'tf4.90
rair to good stockers and feeders
Common to fair atockera
ouns otngs, eta
RANG IS OF PRICES.
i c.r. .c ( if;. i : IV.
.IIKHBU J.WUVI.ow v. -v"
Kansas City t.KKu6.30 .'u.oaH
Bt. Louis..- 2.6ti'.6.75 6.2ou..lO
Sioux City 2.5vati.OO e.bvju.SO
ine loiiowinx table snows me ...er.i
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, .with comparison:
1907. 11906.11905. 1904.;19O8.1902. 11901.
4 74 5 2S I
4 69 6 23 6 93
5 93i 6 81
5 8S I 84
6 83 6 27
b Uii, 6 24
(KI 4 95
6 68 6 22 4 96
The official number of car 6f stock
brought in today by each road was:
came. nogs. Diieep. r
C.j M. & St.
Union Pactfio ........
C. & N. W., east
C. N. W., west ...
C, St. P., M. V O...
C, B. oc Q., ast
C, B. & Q., wrat....
C, R. 1. & P., east..
The disposition of the dsy's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co.
Swift and Company...
l Cudahy Packing Co..
J. H. Bulla
T. B. Inghram
pther buy era ...
Totals 167 8.437 418
CATTLE There were no cattle In the
yards, at least none of any consequence.
and the market waa practically bare ot sup
plies as usual on a Saturday. For tna went
the receipts show a moderate decrease as
compared with last week and a year ago.
Tne present week started out with beef
steers slow'and lower, and the market no
niore than steady in Tuesday, Commencing
with Wednesday Dtlces under the innuence
of a fair demand and moderate - receipt.)
beaan looklns un and at the close of the
week beef steers are generally 10c, and in
some cases as much as 16o hlgner than last
While the demand has been sut
to keen ths receipts pretty we. I
cleared un the trade on most days has been
none too active. This m especially true
of th first two days of the week.
Cows and heifers Were generally quoted
about 10c lower on Monday., while Tues
day's market waa low, but about steady.
llnrlnK th latter half nr the week tne mar
ket showed some little strength so that
Monday loss was fully made up and in
some cases a little more. In other worda,
. at the cloae of the week the market is, if
a little higher than one week ago.
eck started out with good heavy
feeders commanding good, strong prices,
In fact, cattle of thut dlscrlptioii auld very
high on the first day of the week, specula
tors being tne principal ouyers. as tne ex-
rected oountry demand failed to mateiiallze
he market eased off, clotting the week a
little lower. On the other hand good light
stock cattle have been gradually tinning up
being for the week a trifle stronger. The
season has arrived when stock cattle are
selling more freely and at better prices
than was the case two weeks ago.
At. Pr. No. Av. FT.
4 44 14., 171 4 44
I 15 . 11 1001 t 40
t 41 , 11 1211 4 04
I 10 12W 4 04
8 M 1 110 4 It
IN 1 14S0 8 78
4 00 I 1M 4 ta
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
4........I... Tit 4 14
HOGS There was a fair run of hogs
today, but the market waa In very unsatis
factory Condition from start to finish. It
opened lower and kept getting still lower
all day. Sellers made a hard fight to sus
tain prices, but conditions seemed to be
against them. The fact that It was Sat
urday, that provisions were lower and
other market points were also lower,
gave buyers an advantage wnlch .hey
were not slow to make th most of.
The result waa that hogs sold 62luc lower
than yet-ter day, closing a big 10c lower and
very dull. This means that the early salea
were largely at 36.77H. with a sprinkling at
86.1)0, wheress yesterday the bulk of all tho
hogs here sold at 34 1. Ivater on a good
many of the hogs sold at 86.76, while on the
close It was practically impossible to get
No very great change took plao In the
hog maraet during the flrat four days of
th week, prices averaging Just a shade
under the previous week. On Friday the
market took a turn for tha better, hogs on
that day selling a big 6c higher. The de
cline today wipes out all the advance, and
more, too, leaving the market 6'7Hc tower
than the close of last week.
BHEEP There wss nothing of any con
sequence In sight this morning to make a
market. Two cars were reported direct to
a packer aad there was nothing of any
consequence on aale. The receipts for tha
w.iek have been very liberal, showing a
large gain over a year ago.
The market aa a whole ha been In very
fair condition all th week. On Monday
lambs sold higher, but the market eased
oft on Tuesday, sine which time It has
been praotlcally steady. At the closa of
the week prices are not materially different
from what they were at tha close of last
Week While tha demand has not seemed
especially urgent. It haa nevertheless been
fully equal to the receipts, so the arrivals
have been kept very well cleaned up. Prlcee
paid for both sheep and lamba have ranged
very high a compared with other market
rolats. Thus oa some daya the top baa
ten Identically the a mo a at Chicago.
Tbe future look promising fur th seller
Of strtutly - good and well finished sheep
and lamb. A th number coming to mar
ket 1 equal to th demand. It la only nat-
Feb. 22... I 3 Si7 I 8 9o
Feb. 23... 14 8'JH 04
Feh. 24... 16 Ob 14 btt 15 2IN t M
Feb. 25...PH ( 4 741 6 82l 8 82
Feb. 28... 8 80 IM 6 40 83
r ob. 2.'... Vf 04 4 77) 6 3-1 i Hti
Feo. 6 iiHtl 11 4 841 6 211 85
n 1 111 I a IV.I A tl.l X VI
in.tii .i w 'J, 1 wi " w w ,v
Maroh 3.. 76 I 6 991 4 7i 6 091
Xe. At. Sk. nr. No. At. Ms. Pr.
It IM ... 4 70 tO 121 ... 4 71 '4
44 1st -. 4 71 74 4 ... 4 77 St
It IH4 ... 4 74 14 til ... 4 T7i
i iu ... 4 74 re ... 4
10 til ... 4 14 -14 444 ... IT1
14 "1 ... Ill II 11T ... 4 T7S4
41 Ill ... 114 4(....,...kl 40 4
44 Ml 86 4 II 11 M4 ... 4 T1V4
tl HI ... 4 II 71 tU ... 4 T1V4
44.. U4 44 4 14 41 tit H I Tlu
41 IM 44 4 14 43 1K0 ... 4T1V4
44 IM 44 4 14 14 124 ... 4 TtI
14 IM ... 114 14 101 ... 4 T1S4
14 W4 St 4 74 41 Ml 44 4 1T4
44 144 144 4 14 44 114 44 4 T7V4
Tl Ill ... 1 14 41 144 ... T7V4
11 t ... 4 Tl 14 Ill ... 4T7S4
h. Ill 144 4 14 t M ... 4 mi
Ii...:....ao ... 4i4 -41 t4 ... 4
t m 144 4 14 44 144 ... 4 T7V
il. ...... ri ... lit it nt ... 4 nsZ
M ill ... 4 Tl 11 114 44 4 IIS
71 144 ... v4 T4 11 144 ... 4 T7V4
14 tit ... 4H 11 X.O ... I t0
44 174 ... 4 11 TO tut 44 4 44
40 . ......til 44 4 Hi 40 tut ... 4 44
10 .......111 ... imZ 4 144 ... 4 40
44 Ml 44 4 llSi II 144 ... 4 44
Tl. ...... .114 44 4 114 , 44 tit ... 4 40
II M ... I T! 44 14 ... 4 10
M l ... 4 71 44 H ... 4 40
41 141 14 4 17 11 110 ... 4 14
74 174 ... in 11 tkt ... 4 40
ural that the common and medium gradea
should move rather slowly. Fortunately
there has been a fair buying demand on the
part of feeders, which has kept such sturt
as packers did not care for well cleanest
up. As has been noted a good many times
before the propr policy for shippers t
follow is to hold back everything that la
not well finished and ready for market.
Quotations on killers- Oond to choice
lambs, 87 007.3(3; fair to good lambs, .7S
ti7.f; good to choice ycarllnga. lamb
weights. 6.0"36.4fi; fair to good ycarllnga.
lainh welKlits, 8A .Ttvrr. (0; gm.d to choice
yearlings, heavyweights, la TS.00; fair to
good yearling. hevywrlght, I6 5y75;
Kood to choice old wethers. 82 26&i.46; fair
to good old wethers, 8j.2fHi5.40; good t
choice ewes, 8&.00i&.8i; fair to good, 84.50TJ
86 western ewes, culls 77 I 78
830 western wethers, shorn 128 I 00
CHICAGO LIVE! STOCK MARKET
Cattle aad Hob . steady Sheep and.
CHICAGO, March 2. -CATTLE Receipt m,
200 head; market steady; beeves. 4.1Gt;.:
stockers and feeders. ItOfftS 90; cows and
heifers. 31.6iyS6.26; Texans, 8S.7i4i4.75; calve,
HOGS Receipts, HOilO head;., market
steady; mixed and butchers. 8H "Q'7 0f; good -heavy.
3i.97Vif-7.06; rough heavy, ttt.V-M.SOj
llxht, 36)Viii.OO; pigs, 3A.16uti.76; bulk of.
SHEKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.R0S
head: market strong; sheep, 8a.764jS.80i
lnibs. 4. 76117.65.
Horn City Mv Stock Market.'
SIOUX CITY, Ia., March 8.-9peclal Tel
egram.) CATTLE Receipts, 800 head; mar
ket steady; beeves. . 8.6ni6. 00 cows, bull
and mixed. 82.60ij4 60; stockers and feeders,
13(Wi4.60: calves and yearlings. St.NMHflO.
H(K1S Receipts, 3,n neaa; market vaio
lower, selling at 86.6Wtf4.fcO; bulk ot sale.
OMAHA WHOLKSALB MARKET.
' t . ..MhM '' '
Condition of Trade and .notation m
Staple and Fancy Produce.
EOGS Per do.. 18c. ' ' ,.
LIV1Q POULTRY Hens, 8H4c: old roo.
ters, oc; turkeys, U'c; ducks, iuc; youngj
roosters, "i49c; geewe, Kiito.-
BITTTEK r acking sioca, iuc; cnoice m
fancy dairy, 23i26c; creamery, 2'ii2c.
HAY Choice upianu, w, ineuiuiu, .uuj
No. 1 bottom, 8S.60; Off grades, 8& oti(Bi.ou.
Rye straw, 17.00; No. I ailaua, u.ou.
BitAN fer ton, im. ...
BTBAWBERRIES Choice Texas. 26 quart
cavex, ... uu; Z4 pint cases,
CRANBERRIES er DOI., 4.wiB.0.
APPLES Fancy Greenings,, per bbl
in&O; Jonathans, 84.25; New York apples.
83.60; Iowa anu INenrasKa, eauna ana coo
lng. 2.!(fi3.i; Wlnesape, 32.00 per box.
PEAKS Winter rsena. per mix, oj.w
COCOANUT8 Per sack of lo, 34.60.
FIGS California. - bulk. 6Hci 8-crowa
Turkish, 14c; 4-crown Turkish, 120; 8-orowa
Turkish. lOo. i ,
. LEMONS Llmonlera, 800 and 860 slie,
84.6; other brands, 5oc less.
DATES Kadu way, 6Hc; sayers. Be! hal
lowls, new stuffed walnut dates, V-lb. 4ox,
BANANAS Per medium si led bunch,
32.0W&2.25; Jumbos, U.Wal.Wi.
GRAPE FRUIT-Slxe ?4 to 80. 35.60.
OHANGE8 California navels, extra
fancy, all sixes, 33.00; fancy, 82.75; choice,
large sixes, 2.i(fi2.(.
BEETS, TURNIPS AND CARROTS Per
dox.. 4&)60c. ..
TOMATOES Florida, SO-lb. crate, 83.6041
LEAF LETTUCE Hot house, per dol.
Cl'Ci:MBER9 Per dox., 32.00.
RADISHES Per dox. bunohaa, 85c.
PARSLEY Hothouse, per do, bunches,
HEAD LETTUCE Southern, per dos,
OLD VEGETABLES. .
TURNIPS. CARROTS, BEETS Per bit,
76c; parsnips, per bu., 31.25.
SWEET POTATOES Illinois, per large
NAVY BEANS Per bu., 81.68; No, X,
LIMA BEANS Per lb., 8He.
CABBAGE Holland seed, home grown,
le per lb.; new cabbage, 'per lb.,- 8Hc
I'OTATOES Per bu., 604j75c.
ONIONS Home grown, per bu., 60c; red
or yellow, California, per lb:, 2c; 'Spanish,
per crate, 32.00; Colorado, per bu., 76o. '
RUTABAGAS About 160 lbs. to sack,
CUT. BEEF TRICES.
Ribs: No. 1, 15c; No. 3, 9c; No. : 8, 8a.
Loins: No. 1, 18c; No. , 18c; No. 8, lOo.
Chuck: No. 1, 6c; No.' 2, 6c; No. 8, 4a,
Round: No. 1, 7Hc; No. 4, 7c; No. 8, 6Hc
Plate: No. 1, 6Hc; No. 2. Aa: No. I, 4o.
CHEESE New full cream Wisconsin
twins, 17c; new full -cream brick, 16H317c
wheel Swiss cheose, 174j Ihc; block Swiss,
17c; ilmberger, 15a; young Americas, Inc.
FISH i'lckcrel, dressed, 9c; pike,
dressed, 12c; white fish, dressed, winter
caught, 13c; trout 12c; halibut lie; salmon,
10c; catfish, 16c; herring, dresaed. pan
frozen, Cc; perch, scaled and dressed, 7c;
perch, skinned, dressed, headless, 7c; crap
pies, round, 6u9C, crapplea, large, fancy,
15c; black bass. 2V; smelts, sweet and fine.
13c; eel, itc; oiue nsn. i&c; rea snapper,
12c; roe shad, per pair, 30ti40c; frog legs, 40c
lobsters, green, per lb.. 27c: lobsters, boiled,
per lb., 40c; mackerel. Span I all, per lb., 14o.
mackerel, native, 35e per lb.
HONEY Per 24 frames, 88.60. '
CURED FISH Family white fish, per
quarter' bbl., 100 lbs., 34.00; Norway mack
erel. No. 1, 3i.O0; No. 2. 128.00; herring In
bbls.. V0 lbs. each, Norway, 4k, 311.00.
HIDES AND TALLOW Green salted.
No. 1, lIHc; No. i, lOHc; bull hides, 9c; green
hides, No. 1, 10c; No. 2, 9c; horse, 81.6O1J
8.76; sheep pelts. 60c81.25. Tallow, No. 1,
4HC. MO. lc vooi, lbiuzzc.
Jew York, half barrel, 82.75; bar
COFFEE Roast J, No. 35, 26o per Ih.t
No. 80. 210 per lb.; No. i6, 19c per. lb. j No,
20, 16c per lb.; No. 21, 13c per lb.
pi 'GAR Granulated cane. In sacks, 36.21!
granulated beet th sacks. 36.11.
NUTS French walnuts, I6H0; California
walnuts. No. 3, soft shell, 13c; No. 1, soft
shell. 16c; Braslls, 16H018c; pecans, WWlic;
filberts, U&14c; peanuts, raw, , 7Hcj
roasted, 9o; California, almonds, hard,
shell,. 17Hc; Taragona, 17Hc; cocoanuta,
312.50 per P lbs.
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard, west
rn, ftbuMa Maine, 81.16. Tomatoes, S-ln,
cans, 81.45; 8-1 b. cans, 31.30. Pine apples,
? rated, 2-lb., 82.2ui2 80; sliced, 31.759
3o. Galiorf apples, fancy. 12.6"o3.00. Cali
fornia . aprtcata, 82 00 - Pears, . 81. 762 50.
Peaches, fancy, 31.762.40; H. C. peaohea,
82.0u2.50. AlasKa salmon, red, 81.26: fanof
Chinook. F.. 82.10; fancy aockeye. F.. 81.96.
Sardines, quarter oil, 82.76; three-quartet
mustard, 88.00. Sweet potatoes, II. 10-31.26.
Siiuerkraut, 90c. Pumpkins, SOcxullOO.
Wax beans, 2-lb., 604?Oi)c. Lima beans, 2-lb,
7Lcfe 41.36. Spinach, 81.36. Cheap peas, 8-1 0,
60c; extras,- ll.lniiullfi; fancy, 1.2&ul.85.
NEW YORK. March t.-COTTON-Bpot
closed steady: middling uplands, 11.25c; mid
dling gulf, ll.K'c, Sales, none.
ST. LOUIS, March 2 COTTON Steady
middling, 1011-16C. Salea, 150 balea; re
ceipt., 1,338 bales; shipments, 68 bale
stock, 35,6o4 bales. -
LIVERPOOL, March 2. COTTON Spot,
moderate business done, prices 1 to 8 point
lower; American middling fair, 6-d; good
middling. 6.49d; middling. 6.13d; low mid
dllng, 6i?9d; good ordinary, 6.27d;. ordinary,
4 WhI. Tbe sales of the day were 6,0u0 bale,
of which 3uo were for speculation and ex
port and Included 6,800 bales ot American;
receipts, 33,000 bales, Including 30, X) bale
NEW ORLEANS, March 2. COTTON
Spot cloaed steady. Sales, 2.876 balea Low
erdlrfary, tt, nominal; ordinary, 7c, nom
inal; good ordinary, 8t-16c; low middling,
9 9-16c; middling. lOtl-Mc; good middling,
11 9-16c: mladllng fair, 12 4-14c, nomlnall
fair, 11 3-)6c. Receipt. 6,833 bale; a lock,
296,607 bales. ,
NEW YORK, March 2.--COFFBT9-Markat
for coffee futures opened at an advance of
five points to a decline of five points, near
months being higher on steady cables and
a continued demand from roasters. ' De
cember was the only month showing a de
cline during the early trading and thla
loss was recovered later on bull support
and covering, with th market closing
steady, net unchanged to five point higher.
Sale reported are 26,260 bags, Including
March, at 6.26c; May, 6.2oc; July, 3.30c; Sep
tember. 8.26c; December, 4.26c; spot Coffee,
firm; No. 7 Rio, 7Hf; No. 4, Bttntoa, C
mlid coffee, steady; Cordova, tVUHo.
BT. LOUIS. Mo., March l-WOOL
Steady. Medium grades combing and cloth.
Ing, 242Hr; light fine. Va'Ac; lieavy fine,
16yic; tub washed, VftrfAo.
LONDON, March 8 WOOL Trie arrival
of wool for th third serva of auction
sales amount to 23,000 bales. Including 4.0u0
forwarded direct to spinner. Th Import
this week were: New South Wales, 1 4u0
bale- Queensland, 1,800 balea; Victoria,
I. Ua) bales: South Australia, 3.500 bales:-.
New Kealand. 86.600 bales; Cape of Good
Hop and Natal, 2U0 bales; various, 400
Philadelphia Prodae Market.
PHILADELPHIA, March 8. BUTTER-.
Firm, good demaadl extra western areanas
ary, 86a, .
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