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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MARCII 30, 1D07.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle EUadj for tb Vtj and Higher
for tha Week.
H06S MAKE ANOTHER GOOD ADVANCE
Vheep aa Unh f Desirable Qaallty
' Caatlaae Frrt (viler at mm
High Priees HUT Pre.
valled Tkla oa.
SOUTH OMAHA, March , HOT.
Receipts war! Cattle. Hon. Sheen,
, Official Monday 4.i 11.10
' omcni Tuesday 4,486
C'melal Wednesday a.
i - Official Thursday MKT
v Official Friday l.(M)
rhr day this wee.... 15.531 .l8
Pame day last week.... 26,2:18 61,7,9
Sunt day I weks atro. .24.M4 46. Ml
Buna day I weeks ago.. 11. ml 38.611
. 6am days 4 weak ago.. 19,873 44.471
Earn day last year.... 18.1J3 87.716
The following table shows th reoelots of
cattle, Ivogs and stjeep at Bouth Omaha (or
the year to date, compared with last year:
1W7. 1908. Inc. Dec
Cattle Ti.SiS M.VS) 34,068
Hoga m,ol 6'W.ltW
Bheep 4e0.6t4 4b4.,8 ,W6
Good to obolo corn-fd steers... .16 307.70
Fair to food corn-fed steers 4.VuV20
Common to fair atear 4.oru'4.66
Oood to choic fd cow 8 8oa40
t air to good oowi and heifers W
Common to fair cow auid heifer.. 1uai8.ij6
Good to oholc atocker feejers.. i.ihfc4.9C
Fair to good atocker and feeder.. .8J'44.35
Onunon to fair (lock ere .00y 80
-Bulls, stage, eto 17fa4 40
vU caivea 4.ati.M
The following table shows the avertvg
of hog. at South bmaha for th. last
U amam. with comnariaons-
. price oi
! Dt' I I9W- IUW-IM06. U04. 180l. 11908. 1801.
; March It.
i March 19. i
"1 March 20.
, March U.
; March n
- March 27
; March 29
RANOK Or PRICES.
Kansas City t.tu.'A
fct. Louis , i.fc-ati.&ii
Uuua city Utxuh.M
ri'ne oftimal number nf rir.
brought In today by each road waa
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'ses
C. M. A St. P. .... 1 3
Mo. P. Ry l
U P. system ........ 9 19 88 t
CV N. W. (tut)., 4 7
C. N. W. (west).. 21 18 1
C... Bt, P M. 4s O.. 4 t
C B. Q. (east).. 1 3
C. B. a t), (west).. 6 ' 11
C, R. L A P. (east).. 19 .. ..
llllnol Central 3 9 ..
Chicago UU Wee tern 1 i.
Total receipts 49
The disposition of th. day, receipt waa
as follows, each buyer purcnaelng th. num-
Cattle. Hogs. Bhaep.
Omana Packing Co. .... 139
Bwirt and Company .... U4
Cuuahy Packing Co. .... 4
Armour Co. 271
bwlrt 4k Co., country... 86
Carey A Benton 14
l.obman A Co t... - 27
McCreary A Carey 4
W. I. btephen 148
Hill A Hon .' 48
Huston & Co '. 9
Hamilton Rothschild.. I
Mtk. Haggerty t
Sullivan Broa, 4
United . 4k O. Co.... la
Other buyer 189
Total L824 4.0M 6.086
CATTLE Receipt of cattle, aa usual on
a Prldav. wvre IlahL. there being hardly
iMough In Bight to make a test of vaiuea.
nr inawinff n m n rvrrti rt 11 raiiiTiK uu mm
Uy..mn,,u1 with ih. nra.li.i i wA.Lf Anrl. A
4714J B01l047 0Ctai(29
48 t0 497 1S 627
e sl " i o t m 37
MW 6 19 til 7 36 U I 36
lt tlSIGB.K tOUlll
161a26601 4977 44 (Wil6
I24i08l 03 7 1it08tt3
f 07 I U I OH I M t 1 I U
02V.6IO I U 7 an IIS
US 27 t IB 7 6 i:
tt 62ti IUMB17 T6Vd 623
eaotkiHtosUi K 6
-'eoonaiaeraDl. aecraaaa aa comparea wiui a
What few beef cattle there war lit eight
old quit readily at good, steady prlcea.
Among the offering, were a few pretty de
cent catUa, as high aa 16.60 being paid for
Cow. and heifer also sold In about the
same notches aa yesterday, and aa reoeipt
were ao light everything In Bight changed
hand In a ahort time. th. market oomlng
to a cloa for th. want of more cattle to
There war. no itock.rg or feeder, of any
conaequsnce, but what there were also
brouaht steady Diioea.
The tendency ot th. market this week
ha been upward on killing cattle, both
ateers and sow .tuff, so that it Is safe at
the present time to quote the general mar
ket 36o higher than last week. Stooker
and feeder, on the other hand, did not
break last week, and while they have been
firm all thle week, there ha been no great
change In tn. market.
rte 4 T4
1M4 4 M
Ill 4 N
, KW 4 14
, Itt4 4 40
, 1100 4 44
.....14 4 44
.lUl 4 U
Ul4 9 14
1141 8 14
1H4 4 90
1474 4 14
iia 1 14
Utl 9 44
1M 8 44
1341 -4 44
1444 8 4
4 aoe 9 18
9 , 474 4 IS
9... 4 4 9 40
4 M ITI
4. 1 .9 44
14 IH 4 14
4 .....llBt I
1 14a 4 40
1... 941 9 99
41 441 9 40
90 441 4 40
4 1140 9 40
3 IBM 4 44
14 1IM4 4 44
1 li0 4 00
18 1114 4 10
1 1040 4 18
6 104 4 44
1 1474 4 44
4 lfTT 4 44
t .UU 4 44
t ..... 44 4 44
1'4 4 44
J ..1074 9 10
MO 4 M
M III 4
ui III 4
44 I 48 10
....... 474 4 14 10........
, 434 I 44 4
, HI IH 4 ,
414 I 74 8
, 1448 8 40 4
4 40 , I
IN IU 1
Itel 9 4 ' 1
, 144 4 44 1
rt 4 44 1
M 1M, 1
40 3 44 1
444 8 44 3
it 4 14 4
.. 474 4 18
.. M IN
.. 474 4 00
.. 4 4 04
,..104 4 10
.. 460 4 14
.. M 4 II
.. 4J0 4 14
..1444 I TO
...llrO I II
... 9 74
.. 44 4 4B
... 1T4 4 00
.. 140 4 44
,.. 1M IM
.. 14 4 40
.. 11 4 40
..HO 4 44
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
V. 141 4 44 4 440 4 40
4.1 4 U 1 164 4 40
4 44 4 10 II 4H 4 4
14... W IU 14 144 4 44
T 464 4 44
HOG Hog. sold TVSaOo higher thl.
morning, the bulk gvtng , at 16 'V $i'Jt.
whereae reaterday over one-half of all the
Doss sold at Klh. with a sprinkling a
taiuS--. The trade wa. fairly active
and th. early anivaie sold In very good
season. 1 ne lau arrival ot some or tin
traltta naturally delayed the trade some
It will be noticed from the sales below
that solti. loads sold as low aa 94.15. It
would be well for shipper to understand
ir.ai ineee .uw-pnweu iuue are made up
of stuff running all the way from pig. to
U . - , - -Kmu v. .1111
deeurlDtlon. known as high mixed atuir
may be cepenceo upon at me present time
to sen at in ounoiu ui me maraeu
a. Skt. rr.
.'. XO 444 4 14
He. a. Ik. ft.
44 U ... 4 14 .
It Ill ... 4 S
44 XI ... 4 44
M 4 ... 4 4
44. no ... 4 t
44 121 ... 4 44
4 144 44 I 4
41 m ... 9 44
It 44 ... 4 SI
44 444 44 I 14
44 4.4 41 I 44
44 IK ... 4 M
14 1.4 ... I 44
47 Ml ... I 44
44. ...... 14 ... lie
tl 4l ... 9 90
11 144 ... 4 1
n ai ... i f
44 44 ... 4
44 r ... 4 4
M 11 ... 4 Mi
T4 i4 ... 4 IB
H 4 ... 4 pi
44 14 ... 4 hvi
II IM 44 4
44 IV ... 4
41.... ... 4 ... Ila
41 i:i ... 4 14
. . 4 a
T 144 44 4 44
Tl r4 . , 4 44
ta..M...as 4a 4 II
.M BU 4 riti
44 14 ... 4 It
it ... i rw
T4 444 . 4 4 4
........ 44 44 I 97
14 4 4 I I
44.n 44 ... 4 M
4 9 ... I 44
tl ... 4
tl 1,4 44 4 40
H , 44 4 44
44.. ill 144 4 44
14 140 I W
t .444 4 4 44
t44 4 4 4 44
11 .4l ISO 4 44
"44 U4 imt 14
ll. M ... I 44
L,rt IH ... 4 14
44 t 4 4 44
H. 14 M 19
14 4 M I M
44 441 ... 1 44
4 SJI N IN'
44 r4 ... 14
14. ...... 4.4 ... 414
14 lut H IU
44 4 ... 4 4
71..... 1,1 44 4
. 94.....T..4J H IU
4 Ill 4 IS I IH
U ... 4 10 1 410
a.. w en 47
BH K.T.-1LI -l
liberal again thin mornlne- maklne- a fsir.
hut not heavy run fir the week to data.
Ihe market a a whole waa In satisfactory
condition. packers all seemed to want
good sheep and lamb and th offerings nf
such met with quite ready eala at steady
to a little stronger price. Some atuff actu
ally old 6tj 10c higher than waa paid for a
rut off yeeterday. There were lamb good
ennilflh In hrln r? CO with null. .n.Ub
ing at I7.f7.7S. Hrnvy yearlings, con
tracted a week or ten day ago. warer
weighed ud at 16.50.
uotn ihcfD and lamb are selling a hlrh
aa at nr time this iukiii and the market
for the desirable kind I In a good healthy
. Quotation on killers: Oood to choice
lamb. fJ.6Mf7.90; fair to good lamb. $7 25
O7.eo; good to choice yearling, lamb
weight, 8fl.603.75; fair to good yearling.
neavy weight. ft-lKiO.M: fair to good year
ling, heavy welch'.. J9"i10: aood to
choice old wether, 86.0ra6 26; fair to good
old wether. 85.7."&6.uO; good to choice ewe.
o.Ktfo.;G; fair to good ewea, is.ote.eo.
4( western ewe 100
1.36-1 western ewe 96
44 western ewes 1"4
14 western lambs, shorn 71
Iht western year'g wether 113
19 western lambs, culls 73
2fc9 western lambs, ahorn 73
m western lamha, broken pelt 7fi
119 western lambs.
JU western laniba, feeder.
1?T western lamb
1) western lambs
418 western lambs
Il& Mexican lamb
&') Mexlnati lambs
I4 Mexican lamba
CIIICAUO LITIS STOCK MARKET
Cattla Heady Hoa: sal (keep Taa
CHICAGO. March 2. CATTLB Re-
"'l. hBd; ."th!?f!l;.C0TII
I to b8t steers, 14 6 heifer.,
U.io; cow, 13 6.0U; bull. 33.30G-4.40; culve.
32.60417 26: Blockers snd feeders. Ii60?i'5,10.
11UUS receipts, 10,000 head; market loc
higher; choice heavy shipping, $4.4.4f5.6);
light butchers, ti.il ritft.bi': Tight mlxrd,
lii 4n(fl 47; choice light, 86.6.S6.wi; packing,
94. ii" 45; bulk of Bales, 16 46a.6.
4HIDKP AND LAMBS Receipts, 4,"W
head; market l'c higher; sheep, H-OOIo;
yearlings, 86.0oi6rj.26; lamb. 96.006.10.
Kew York IJt gtoelc Market.
NEW YORK. March 38.-BEBVES Re
ceipts, 3,66 head. Market for steers slow;
common grades hard to sell; bulla, slow;
cows, steady to strong: about four cars
unsold: steers, 4.tt3.i6; bulls, 93.80iHj6;
dressed beef, quiet and unchanged. Liver
pool and London cables quoted live cattle
firmer at 11Hu12Hc per lb.; tops at Lon
don selling at lo, dressed weight; re
frigerator neef, firm at 9o per lb. at Lon
don. Exports today, none; tomorrow, 838
cattle, 20 sheep and 6,36 quarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts, 610 head. Market
lower; about all sold: veal a 96.60Q6.76: few.
99.60; culls, 34.6oiQ4.76; dreaaed oalvea, lower;
city dressed veala, SyiWbo; few choice, 14u;
country dressed, 7Sl24c.
BHh.iii' AND LAMB- RecelpU. 2,258
head. Market for sheep, nominal; for
lambs, firm; all Bold; prime lambs, 38.76;
no spring lambs offered.
MOO Receipts. 8.964 head: none for sal.
alive. Market nominally steady.
Kansas City Lira Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Mo.. March 29. CATTLB
Receipts, 1,800 southerns. Market steady;
enole export and dressed beef steers, 86.80
(ft. 26; fair to good, 94.26'oe.6; western fed
steers. 3l.00-u6.75: stackers and feeders. 33.60
4.86; southern steers, 176u6.10; southern
cows, 33 008.76; native cows, 82.60& 4.116: na
tive heifers, 83.2634.80; bulls, i3.7bi.20;
MtxiS Receipts, 6,800 head. Market 10O
higher; top, .40; bulk of sales, 911.326, 40;
heavy, 86.3ftfrt.3ft; packers, 36.30ii43.40; pigs
and light, f6.8O418.40.
BHtHi' ANU l.AMHH Kaceinta I DOB
head. Market strong: lambs. 87.46(8'7.80:
ewea and yearlings, 3S.2K6.0O; western fed
yearlings, 9.00o5.80; western fed sheep,
5.0o4.9u; stockers and feeders, 33.GCK3o.00.
t. Louis Live Stock Market.
CKT TTTTO Ifn AMh 9A PiTTf
Receipts, 1,200 head, including 800 Texana.
Market strong; natlvs snipping and export
steers, $6.66(2(6.60; dressed beef and butcher
steers, 84.9uttf6.40; steers under 1.000 lbs.,
cows and heifers, $2.66SV26; canners, 31.90
t.w, Duns, 82.60CH.oo; calves, 83.764i8.00;
axjks and Indian stasrs. .f2.4iVS.B0:
and heifers, tl.90ig4.0o.
HOG 8 Receipts, 8,600 head. Market
lOo higher; pigs and lights, 94.G056.46; pack
ers, tri.90d1.46; hutohers and best heavy,
4H KKr AND . LAMBS Receipts, 1,000
head. Market steady; native muttons, 83.26
66.00: lambs. I4.00&0.00: culls and bucka
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
at TnatPDU if. oa 4"i a nfT m
Recelpts. 627 head. Market steady: natives.
34.266.26; cows and heifers, 32.2iu-t.66;
storkers and feeders, 89.764.60.
HixiM Keoeipts, 2,760 head. .Market lao
hljrher; top, 36 60; bulk, 36.40.46.
HMH.m' AND LAUU8- KecelptS, 8,944
head. Market active: lamba 37.6097.86:
loax City Mve Stock Markets.
Dlftinr r"TTTt f.Mh M J 1 f
sTam.) CATTLB Receipts, 1,200 head;
market steady; peeves, i.uout.w, oows,
bulls and mixed, 3.fa4.40; stockers and
feeders. 88.6ou4.60: caivea and yearlings.
HOaS Receipts, 3,000 head market 6100
higher; selling at I.2oS.t6; bulk of sales,
Stock la Sttykt.
Receipts of stock at th. gig DrlnolDeJ
western markets yestaraay:
South Omaha l.ooo
tn k i it m r
" Ill ... 40 41 .114
1760 3 944
Bloux City , 1.200
Kansas City 1.800
St. josepn mi
St. Louis l.too
Total '. 6,827
WiSTON. March 29 WOOL The Com-
men ial Bulletin of Boaton. basing Its re
port upon statistics gathered for the gov
ernment will aav tomorrow of th. wool
market: ' Tn. xxnaon auction sbjos cioaem
firm, without any break, in onoea. adoui
lO.OoO bales were bought for the United
mates, and more could nave oeen curea
but for the high price, prevailing. Th.
firmness of last week is maintained, but
there is no Improvement in local business.
Tha market for domeatlo grades Is dull,
manufacturers having their Immediate
wants auDDlled. There Is no change In
quotations. Imported stock continues lo
move freely on old oontracta, while a fair
amount of new business has been closed.
Including considerable t's to 80s on th.
scoured basis of 77c. Choice fin. sold at
47c In the grease and average fine and
cross ureas at 4irj440. in domestic neece
there Is a good demand for three-eighths
at SSV4'584c, and not much to be had. One-quarter-blood
Is neglected at ZXi'ite, asked,
and bids a cent or two ont of line, fine
territory sells on th. scoured basis of 44
70c snd fine medium at ee'87c. Grease
prices rsnge from 20o to 2?c. There is
nothing doing In Oregon, Teiaa and Cali
fornia stocks. Pulled wools sre quiet. The
shipment of wool from -Boston to March t.
Inclusive, according to the same authority,
are M.lM.iM lbs., as against 83.69L089 lbs.
at the same time last year. The receipts
to Mareh 2k. Inclusive, Br 4,1!0.S?9 lbs., ss
against 82.828,663 lbs. for tb. sani. period
Kew York Provision Market.
NEW YORK, March S.-Bf TTTER-Qulet
street prti?, extra creamery,
tic Official prices: Creamery, com
mon to extra, 27000; stats dairy,
common to fine. JlfiJXi; renovated, com
mon to extra, loViiXc: western factory,
common to firsts, 1Su:iHp; western Imita
tion creamery, extra.. 2&tf2?c; firsts, 124,240.
CHiUfcSliSteaAdy; state, full cream, col
ored and white, small, September, fancy,
If; good to prime, 131 44,0; winter made,
average beat, L4c; lard. ptember fancy,
i;c. October, beat, litilt'V; good to prim.,
18-til.1c; Inferior. llVgl."c-
L.GOS Kaay ; atate, Pennsylvania and
nexrhy fancy selected white, afllic; choice,
19i4lrAic; brown snd mixed extra, 19c;
nmi to extra firsts, 1. Sj;18'.-: western
firsts. 17',H4c; oftlclal price, earns; sec
POULTRY Alive, steady; fowls, lc: tur
keys, ltn. Droeeed. alow; turkeys, lJlac;
Tw4 Kxelaangee Opiesu
NEW YORK. March Ths Stock ex
change and th. Consolidate.! exchange
have decided 10 remain open on Oood 1 1 1
day, but wl'-l close Uinuirrow, are the only
exchangis in the world except the Metal
exchange and tha lUrltlm? exchange which
will do businees lody. Ths Chicago Board
of Trade and most of the western mar.
keis oiose loaay. ana nere in ew ior
Ih. Pnitna Produce) and ( oflra tirhxnxiii
will be dosed t day and tomorrow. In; WASHINGTON. March . Today's state
London there wii be no business tiaite- ment of the tieaury baUnces In the grn
acted in the markets from last night unci era! fund, exclusive cf the tl M.M).v gold
Tuesday morning .
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Animition and Ptreueth of tb aTir iet
ProTii (nrprin to Tradera.
BUYING BY SHORTS THE FEATURE
Day's News Faralshes Little Material
for Speculation Aside from the
Marked Improve Meat la
NEW TORK. March 2S. The animation
and strength of the stock market today
waa a surprise In view of the experiment
or keeping the Stock exchange open on
Good Friday, contrary to the usual custom.
It waa expected that operations would be
little more than nominal, as the keeping
of the exchange open was Inrgcly a conces
sion to the bankers to avoid the necessity
of making loans on Thursday to carry over
until Monday. There was a small attend
ance on the floor of the board room when
the market opened. The London Stock ex
change followed the custom there and re
mained closed and no business was sup-
filled from that source. All appearances
ndlrated that the malorltv of member hnd
taken advantage of the opportunity to got
away from the city. When the activity
began to show slns of revival observers
were skeptical and profesed the convic
tion that room traders' operations re
giving an artificial appearance to the mar
ket. Nevertheleee a substantial day's busi
ness was recorded and the price movement
waa decided and comprehensive.
The rapid advance In prices Is explained
on th noeda of a still uncovered ahort
Interest, rather than Investment buvlng
or new speruUtlon for an advanoe. The
day's news offered small material for specu
lation, outvlde of the pronounced Improve
ment In the banking situation, indicated
by the preliminary figures of the week's
currency movement. Mostlv as a result
of the treasury's relief measures the banks
seem to have gained upwnrdu of 3l2,0in.0(K
of cash reserves during the week. The
regular express movement with the In
terior has. moreover. vtplHert a mull in
on bnlance, Imltrntlng the current of the
movement In favor of this- center. The
premium on New York exchanpe af Chi
cago has risen to 30 cn!s. Indicating th
course of remittances from that cltv to New
Jork. From this Is Inferred a probable re
turn flow currency from the Interior after
the turn of the month.
The money market was little affected hv
the preparations for Monday's settlements,
though call loans Were quoted at yester
day a renewal rate. The loan Item of the
bank tomorrow will be complicated lv the
influence of the tock market liquidation.
The expectation was general, however, thnt
tomorrow bank statement would he strong
"5 " the Stock exchange will be closd
flr.. -e?i Mon(1y market would show th.
1 enrA.ts on the bank afatement.
,otner dominant Influences In thA
nnnSr'.h-,?" In,?,n,l ' thi' na
t oS It ?hih. h,l""J1,. br1n abo"1 arbltra
to ,..h Ibor differences which threaten
western nJ1"16 "mon'"t employes of
of th i.',roa1"; The eldest movements
Stock. nrHWrV' ln,.the H1" nd H-Tlman
Paclne VLi. Canadian Pacific. Onnadlnn
Interest. f a dlgtreed short
flfA.oml ndf. flrni' m,t mn" hi"Pks
or some Inactive Issue were marketed at
chatg ontnd'8tate' were unl
thN'or!. P "
-... niuv exenange
Amalganuitad Copper ...
Am. c. A r
Am. C. A P, pfd
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. Cotton oil pfd
Am. H. A L. pld
Am. Linseed Oil
Am. Lineeed Oil pfd....
Sales. High. Low. Close.
14 IS 44
ISV4 It u
. 100 77 77 764
ifio "is"' 'ii" si 14
100 11 404. 1 H
. 44,100 Hon itduj 11,
. 1. 100 104V4 10214 101
. 1.4IK) 11344 121 IM
loo ii4 6Uj aov
. 11.100 II 40 42 U
. 11.400 4V, u ia
100 16 T4 M1( 44U.
. l.OOO 101 47 100
. 4,100 M 44 17
. 14.400 13 60 61
. 17.400 111 1IT 111
.. 1,000 41 4P4i 41
Am. IrfMomotlTS pfd....
Am. 8. A R
Am. 8. A R. pfd
am. sugar Refining
Am. Tobaoco pfd etf....
Anaconda allnlne Co
Atchlaoa pfd ,
Atlantlo Coast Line
Baltimore A Ohio
Bl. A Okie pfd ,
Brook Ira Rapid Tr
Central of N. J
Chesapeake A Ohio.- ,
Chloago Ot. W
,. l.KW 14 . II it
Chicago A N. W... ,
C, St. A St. P
. 0,"V 14B ISO 141
. 14,100 1S2 128 111
Chloago T. A T
Chicago T. A T. pfd
c. a. C. A it. L.
. l.ftOO 10
. l."0 44
. 4.800 t
Colorado P. A I.
Colorado A Bo
Colo. A So. let pfd
Oslo. A 80. Id pfd
Cora Products pfd, ea-dlr.
Delaware A Hudeon
Del., U A W
Dearer A R. O
D. A R. O. pfd
Erie let pfd
Krie 11 pra
40. 144 141
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump pfd
Iowa Central pfd.;
Kaaeea City 80
K. C, 80. pfd...
Loulanile A N
Ulna. A St. Louis
M. 8. P. A 8. 8. M. el-dlT
M., St. P. pfd. SX-dlT
at., K. A T
II., K A T. pfd
N. R. R. of at. pfd
N. T. Central
N. T., O. A W .'
Norfolk A W
Norfolk A V7. pfd
People' a Oaa
P., C, C. A 4L L
Praaaed Steel Car
Pnaaod S. C. Pld
loo 104 lot
6 131 ISO Uu
l.SOU 74 77 74
.. 1,000 111
.. 1,000 18
.. LOW II
.. 91,400 123
., 404 84
.. 4oe 44
.. 1.100 46
. .111,109 108
Pullinaa Paiao Oar
Heading 1st pfd, offered.
Reading Id pfd
Republic Steel pfd
Rack lalaad Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
e. U A g. F Id pfd...
Bt. Louis W
Bt. L. S. W. pfd
60. Paclflo pfd
So. Rallwar pfd, ex-dlT.
TanaesaM C. A I
Tezaa A Paolflo
9.444 33 II
"'"00 iai isi"
T.. It. L A W
100 17 II
T.'! It. LAW. pfd. ax-dIT l.t'O II 41
12t,3u0 184 111 14
Union Pacific pfd
U. 8. Express
U. 8. Realty
U. 8. Rubber
TJ. 8. Rubber pld
U. 8. Steel
V. 8. Steel Pfd
Va.-Caro. Cham. pld. sx-dl
WeMiashouas Blet., sx-div.
Wheeling A L K
Wla. Central pld
Northers Pad 80
Central Leather pfd
Great Northern pld
t. x4L. sfd
l.loO 14 74
ft) 41 414
1,000 lol 100
H.I'iO 8 81
14,104 i l
8ia H3 lot
400 14 18
"ino iii" iii"
4,K 40 "
i 13 It
40 14 14
14. 904 128 118
4. 82 41
4.K 64 61
141 136 138
1,6'KI 86 "'
40 68 61 4'
Total aslas tor the say. 814,804 shares.
Boatoa Coper Market.
These quotations are furnished by Logan
A- Brvan. members New York and Boston
Stock exchanges. Ill Board of Trad.:
Black Mountain ....
la swivi al
8 Nevada Consolidated. 14
16 North Butte 4i
llOld Iiomluloa 48
44 Pneu. Service I
27 Pnes. service, pld.... 17
Calumet A Ariaona. .144 Oulncy
Calumet A Hecla...
Oreeue Copper .....
L. S. A PlttaSurg.
848 bhaonoa 18
. 88lamaraB Ill
. toTrlnltr 14
. 15 t'nlted fruit 10
, u tolled States, com.. e4
. 14 t ailed Statae. pfd ... 44
. IS l taa coaaolldatee .. II
.114 Victoria 4
. Winona I
. 80;. Woiverlns lao
li Sipiaelng ,
OMAHA. March . Bank clearings for
today were 3i.6jio.vT!. at, and for the corre
sponding date last year Il.4iw.a0a.l4.
I reaorva, shuns. Available tr Lalaucea,
t!i?.WI.M: g"ld rofn and bullion, tl24,99;
gold certificates, 84;,976.tfO.
Revr York Money Market.
NEW YORK, March 29. MONBY-On
call, steady at iyti per cent; ruling rate,
4 per cent; CluBlng bid, 3H per cent; offered,
at 4 pee cenl. rime loans, easier: i and
9 days, I pr cent; months, 6tj1 per
CPR1AIE MERCANTILE: PAPER-W,
BTKKLINO EXCHANGE Eaay. with ac
thal business In bankers' bills at f4 S31i
1.M16 for demand and at 34.7S6r4j 4.7K70 for
slxty-dav bills; posted rates, 84.80 and
34 K4i4j; commercial bills, 94.7SS-
F1LVF.K liar. 6c: Mexican dollars, S0V4c.
DuNDS Govemment, steady railroad, Ir
regular. Closing quotation on bonds were, a
V I. rt. 9s, reg 1 Japu Is. M series... 444
4o rovpon 14 In 4 ' '"'S
V. t. Is. rf IfH' 'lo 4Sl cltrn. 4"4
8o eeupos U'SH 4o IA nrlM RTS
C S. oM 4a rg h0 L. A N. onl 4a 47,
4o coupon ldiH Mn. a. g. 4 IK4
V 9. nw 4a. rl....U0it In. ( ntrl 4a 4!
.ll'"4 lo lit Inc 11V4
. 7114 lna. A St. L 4s.. II
Am. Tobacco 4s...
At-htton gan. 4a...
do adj. 4a
Atustta r. U 4a.
Bl. A Otilo 4a....
Brk. R. T. e. 4a..
Central of O. la. .
do 1st tno
do Id Ino
Chea. & Ohio 4Vta.
C B. s Q. n. 4a.
C. R. I. A P. 4a.
do col. la
.107 "M.. K. T. 41
.44 I I,
. 4"V4 . T. C. f. IWs..
. a4 N. J. C. g. Is...
. It 4 No. Pacldc 4a
. tl lo
. II iN. W. e. 4a...
.101 lo g. L. rfdg.
. W Pcnn. conT. tHa,
. 71 Heading aca. 4a..
.11 PU L. A 1. M. o. Ii .11
.1004 St. L. A 8. r fg. 4a. 74
. II i 8t. U 8. W. o. 4a... 71
. Ill Paabnard A. L 4a 74
. I214 80 Pacific 4a Itt
Ct C. A Bt. U g. a.
I7t do 1st 4a clta tl
ColK lnd. a. acr. A. II
fo Rallwar la lol
loto. Kid. 4a
Colo. A So. 4a
D. ft K. O. 4a
Matlllcra 8c. Is. ..
Krle p. I. 4a
do goo. 4a
Hooking Val. 4V,a...
17 Teisa A P. Is 1UH
M-4 T., Bt. LAW. 4a.. 4)1
i ll'ninn Pacific 4a. U'H
i U. 8. Steel Id 6a..... 14
UVt'Wibuh la 110
14 I do deb. B 47
111 Wratern Md. 4a 71, H
IM W. A Yt. R. 4a. M
M4lWla, Cantral 4s.... 16 St
Boston Stocks and Itonds.
BOBTON, March Call loans, efiH per
Cent; time loans, OyT per cent. Ulllcial
prices on stocka and bonds were:
Alrhl.on adj. to 48 ICal. A Hecla..
do 4s Ib'Ontcnnlal ....
Hex. central 4a lo iropper Manga
Atchison kUH'rjalr Wnat ....
do pfd I1II4 Franklin
Boaton A Albanr &t' OraQbr
Hiaton A Maine 140 Isle Itoyale ...
Bneton EleraUd 140 Vase. Mining .
Kltrhburg pfd 1:10 'Michigan
Mexican Central 81! "-Mohawk
N. Y., N. H. A H...174 (Mont. C. A C.
I'nlon Pacific 134 Old Dominion ,
Am. Pnru. Tube ,OM-eola
"do pfd ....
Am. T. A T...
t'nltcd Copper .,
V. 8. Mining...,
V. 8. Oil
Vdlaon Elec. lllu . ..ill)
I lilted 8. tl
17. 8. Steel
Hntte Coalition .
'al. A Arixona. .
rcGt.a Com. ...
Kew York Mining; Stocks.
NEW YORK, March 19. Closing quota
tions on mining stocks were:
Brunawick Con. .
Con. cal. A Vs..
Leadvlllo Con. ...
Little Chief ...
Bmall Hopes .
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Cemdltlom of Trade ssd Quotatlona on
Staple and Kaaoy Prodace.
EQG-Per dog., loa
L1VL POULi'H trT-iiens. 10 Vic: old roost
ers. 6c; turkeys, 12c; ducks, luc; young
roosters, iiiiloc: aeess. 6c.
BUTTER Packing stock, 19c; choice to
fancy daily, U'ui-ic; creamery, iituwa.
HAT Choice upland, tlO.00; medium, 89-SO;
INO. 1 bottom. eS.bo; on grades, 4b.0lKatt.iU.
Kye straw, li.oo; iso. i aiiauxa, 111.00.
BRAN Per ton. tl60.
PINEAPPLICS Florida, t5.00S6.CO per
STRAWBERRIES Choice Texas, 34 quart
CRANBURRIEB-Per bbL, t6.600o.60; In
Dusnei dox, ii.wui- to.
APPLES-Northern Snies. Fancy Green
Ings, per bbl., il.oO; Iowa and Missouri Ben
Ti.,,1. C Eil. VI' . I a 1 na - v
AMTiO, e.w. ' .....".i.. , ,wr WA.
COCOAN UTS Per sack of 100 lbs.. 81.5041
FIGS California. bulk. oVkc: g-crowa
Turkish, 14o; 4-crown Turkiah. lie; tV-crown
LEMONS -Umonlera. 900 and 980 Bile,
to. 'Jo; other brands, 60c less.
BANANAS Per medium steed bunch.
t2.oir2Z.2D: lumboi, M.tiXiH.bO.
GRAPK FRUIT Sixes 64, 64 to 80, 35.50.
riiTTTO Vnawnv A 1 r. mil v.r, 4a. k.
lowls, 6c; new stulted walnut dates' 9-Tb.
ORANGES California navels, extra fancy
178, A, 216, 260 sixes, $4.00; fancy, 126. 160
sizes, 44.zuu3.du; cnoice, large sizes, per dox.
BEETS. TURNIPS AND CARROTS Psi
dos. bunches, 46igeuc
TOMATOES Florida. 80-lb. crate. t4.50,
LEAF LETTUCE Hot bouaw, per doa
heads, 4Xc .
CUCUMBERS Per dog., .60.
RADISHES Per dos. bunches, too.
PARSLEY Hothouse, par dos. buucbea
HEAD LETTUCE Southern, per dos.
UL.1J V .UC14AlV..rj.
NAVY BEAKS Per bw, tXSf; No. X
LIMA aJKAINO f.r ID., 40,
SWEET POTATOEf Illinois, per large
uuij fU.vv, ecvu mwwmrw yvMiw UUI,
tl.86, April A.
CAEbAUK-noiiana eeec, nome grows,
. - IK . .... u V. It. Ul.
AA Vwl X ..wiwi rw aw. e-FjrU.
POlAiVta- laoi. biock, per ou., 80c;
seed stoca, iouaAai.iv.
ONIONS iiouie grown, per Du., 76o; red
or veiiow. t-uiuraao. per id., xc: MDanisn.
per crate, ti.90.
KUiAUAUAB-awui isv ids. io aaoic,
TUHKIlrD, tAiutin, pams kr . DU-.
76c ; parsnips, per ou.. ti.w.
CUT BEEF PRICES.
Ribs: No. 1. lao; No. a. x; 'Jo. t 8a
Loins: No. L Ibc; No. X, 13c; No. 3. loa.
Chuck: No. L 6c; No. 3, to; No. S, 4c.
Round: no. L 7c; no. x. ic; No. i, Vm
riate: no. a. u-- .mi, . . a, su.
U XSCELLAK SOL'S.
HONEY rer t tramea. 88.80.
SUGAR Granulate, cane, in sacks, 86 311
gtanulaied beet, in sacks, 36.11
KKJr r Ate. ituaiicA "tu. ju, c per ID,
No. 80. 21c per lb.: No. a& 19c nar lb.: N.
A). 15c per lb.; No. U. 13c per lb.
CrtlLlliOAl AVOW lull lectin VVISCOnSIQ
twins, 17c; new full cream brick, l9o;
wheel Swiss cheese, lhc; block Swiss,
1?n: Mmberaer. 16c; youna: amaiicaa. mn
CIDER New Yurk, naif barrel, ti.7ij bar.
rel, 85 04.
NUTri California walnuts. No. t, soft
shell, lac; imo. a, soil sneu, oc; tiraslla,
i4libc; pecuua, itrAj, uiuei ii, iasc; pea
nuts, raw, c; roaeted, Wicj California al-
mor.as. nura suin, nvscj xaraguna, lilac
cocoanuts, to.00 per 100.
CANNED OijuijS Corn, standard, wen.
ern, 55ijo"c; Maine, tl 16. Tomatoes, t-lb. carui
tl C; standard t-lu. cans, tl.Ji Pineapiiles,
f rated, Z-IU.. stuuaaru, 4-'oia;u; sliced.
l.ujj-2J5; fancy Hawaiian, 2S-lb., t!76; iw-
.. 11.7a. Gallon apples, fancy, 32.'i,S'A
alifurnia apricots, J.0k. Pears, 1.7nif2.'A
caches, fancy, fl.75u3.40; L. C. peaches.
f2 uuUZ Ml. Aiaaaa saiwion, rea, 41. la; fancy
Chinook, flat, ti.10; fancy sockeye, flat. tl.M.
Sardines, quarter ell, tt.26; Uiree-quartei s
mustard. W.uu. Sweet potato, J, ti.iui ;6.
(sauerkraut. 9oc. Pumpkins. 80ctl.vi.
Wax beans, 2-lb., ooidDOc. Lima beans
t-lu.. 7ocutl.35. Splnavh. tl 35. Soaked peas,
2-lb.. 6"c; extras, L "aul.l6; fancy, tl.iii
CALIFORNIA DR1 ICD FRUITS Prunes
are somewhat unsettled by freer offerings
from second hands, t. ho seem desirous of
moving supplies of immediate grades; quo.
tatlons range from Sc to ISc for California
iruil and irom 60 to loo for Oregon, Ap
ricois are Arm and It Is reported that
oflerlngs for prompt shipments are being
wlth.ln.wn. choice are quoied at lc; ex
tra choice. l&VtflUc; fancy, UrijLOc. Peaches
are unchanged, with choice quoted rt II14S
12c; exira choice, 12Vol3c; fancy, 12p
UVic; extra fancy, U-g 16c. Kalaiiis sra
ilnii; loose Muscatels are quoted at 84,9c;
seeded raisins, 94,110.
FISH Pickerel, dressed. 9e; plk
dresacd. 12c; white fish, dressed, winter
caught. 13c; trout, 12c; halibut. Ho; salmon,
10c; cattish, loo; herring, dressed, pan
frozen, c; perch, scaled and dreaaed. (o;
perch, akinned, dreaaed, headleaa, ic; crap,
pies, round, 0i9c; cruppiea, huge, fancy,
16 ; black bass, 26c; smelts, sweet and fins,
13c; eel, 16c; blue flh. 16c; red snapper,
Uo; roe shad, per pair, SOutoe, frog Ire. 4vc;
lobatars, green, per lb., 97c; lobsterg, boiled,
.er lb., 40c; mackereL Spanish, per lb.. Inc.;
li:arkerel, native, 6" uer lb.
H;DES AND TALLOW Oreen sal'ed,
No. 1, htc: No. t, V'c; bull hides. 8c; areen
h'.aes. No. 1, 41c; No. s, 7c: house, Tl.&gi
1 76; sheep polls tcvtn 2a Tallow. No. L
IVvc. No. I Wc. Wool. U4!2i.
CURED F1MH Family while fish, per
luarier bbl.. I Xi loa.. 14.00; Norway mack
mi. No. 1. 136 00: No. 1. J8 00. herring, la
bbls.. -OV lbs. each. .Norway. 4k. tlLO
United States National Bank
OF OMAHA, NEBRASKA
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Time Loans $5,819,039.97
U. S. Bonds (Par) 500,000.00
Bank Building 200,000.00
Demand Loans ..$ 948,987.54
Bonds . 427,160.00
Cash ard Exc... 2,559,107.69 3,935,255.23
M. T. BAIILOW, President,
O. V. WATTLES, Vlce-It.
V. B. CALDWELL, Vlce-Pret).
A. MILLARD, Cashier.
W. E. RIIOADES, Ass't CaBliJep.
L. M. TALMAGE, Ass't Cnahlpp.
a. E. UAVERSTICK, Ass't Cashier.
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Retail Bugineis in Staples and Bpeoialties
Impasses All Expeditions.
IRON AND STEEL ARE STILL ACTIVE
Plgf Iron Slightly Loirer, bat No
Deliveries Can Be Mad. Before
July Trices of Cotton
Nlbw YORK, March S9.-R. O. Dun A
Co's. weekly review of trade tomorrow
Easter retail trade surpasses expectations,
favorable weather bringing out a large
Volume of business during the last week,
whlie activity was not confined to spe
cialties but extended to all seasonable lines
of staple merchandise. Wholesale and
Jobbing- houses received many supple
mentary orders, especially for -dry goods
and millinery, and turther Improvement in
collections was reported.
Announcement by some railways that re
trenchment must curtail plans for exten
sions, has had no peroeptible Influence on
the Iron and steel Industry, owing to the
scarcity of stocks In all positions. Prices
were held within reason during the season
of greatest pressure, when big premiums
might have been charged, and the con
servatism of the leading Interests Is now
bearing fruit. A few quotations of pig
Iron are slightly lower, but as a rule de
liveries cannot be made before July, and
domestlo furnaces are not able to satisfy
requirements during the second quarter.
This has revived Imports and one shipment
Irom China is under consideration. Btruo
tural steel Is taking a seasonably prominent
position, specifications coming forward
freely as open weather facilitates building
operations, much business coming from the
central west and the Paclflo coast despite
the possibility of a strike May 1. Tube
and wire mills are falling far behind with
orders and capacity of sheet and plate
plants sre Inadequate to handle the busi
ness offered. ,
More quiet oondltlons prevail In the pri
mary markets for cotton goods, but prices
are well maintained, producers having
large contracts on hand. . Jobbers report
the first rush of the season as ended, many
buyers having returned home, yet those
still In the market operate liberally, and
reports from the west and south Indicate
that eany spring orders irom retailers
have been most satisfactory. The only
changes of the week were upward and the
attitude of sellers has lost none of the
Independence that has characterised opera
tions thus far this year. Bales at second
hands deviate little from the general level.
Elxport trade Is still slow, but the manu
facturer Is securing better returns from
machinery diverted to home business than
oould have been received on foreign orders.
Congestion of stocks at Shanghai still
domlnste the Chinese market and Bouth
America supplies practically all the export
demand. Development Is Blow In the
woolen goods Industry, buyers of men's
wear not yet having ascertained the trend
New Kngland shoe manufacturers have
about concluded work on spring contracts
and have commenced cutting fall footwear
on orders from western wholesalers. In
terest has suddenly appeared in rusaet
shoes, for which retailers have made In
adequate preparations, and jobbers are now
urging makers to forward calf and kid
colored shoes ss rapidly ss possible. The
decline In leather and hides furnished hopes
of cheaper products, but thus far no con
cessions can bs secured from manufac
turers, and In another week liberal fall
buying by eastern wholesalers Is antici
A better demand for leather has ap
peared, but transactions are not large, be
cause buyers do not make satisfactory bids.
Tanners have curtailed production In order
to maintain values and depress hides. As
stocks of the leather accumulate In the
hands of ths perckers and dealers, the tone
Is notably easier, owing to ths season
Native cow hides sre weakest.
stocks being estimated at 300,000.
fractional decline Is reported In foreign dry
hides At the leading commodity exchanges
rtv1iAr 1-iiIaiI fetrlv tav an1 nnflin trail
ing was restricted by ins unsettled security
,1 U . ltd.
BRADITHEGfi REVIEW OP TO ADR
Easter Business Exceeds that of Any
Prevlntns Year la Volume.
NEW YORK. March 29 Bradstreefg to
morrow will say:
stimulating alike to retail trade and crop
progress, a cessation cf liquidation In Be-
ourltiea and an easing of the strain In
money markets, so far as the April 1 period
IS xoncernea, are me no'.soie ravoiaoie tca
tures In an encouraging week. Reports as
to Easter demand are of a large, in fact,
record trade, thus crowning a three
months' period which except In a few sec
tions has exceeded any preceding year and
the only drawback In which has been the
getting of goods In sufficient volume tl
j supply demund, ies pessimism siso is
shown as to the crop outlnok: Insect dam
age Is. comparatively speaking, minimised,
and winter wheat, aside from parts of the
southwest snd Texas, promises well, though
I It Is expected, of course, too early to fore-
, cn't ultimate outturn.
r o' - hs"d fnilActlnna are still
backward, which Is attributed variously
to slow delivery of goods, congestion of
farm product deliveries and finally to the
i heavily Incrosaed volume of paat trale.
Money Is still high in price, a long period
of this condition is apparently In sight an1
there Is a disposition to await a clearer
view of the future and esnerlnlly the mat
ter of crop prospects before "xtene've com
mitments are made as to the distant fu
tures. i"hia Is perhaps best Illustrated by
the holding off by the buyers of pi Iron
for the third ouarter and bv the Quieting
In 'demand of fine cotton fabrics for later
delivery. For anything like prompt de
livery cotton goods are. nowever, strong
snd some fabrics are really hlarher. Exrort
trade shows rather more I'fe. Wool Is
nulet. partly because of high money sni
idualera refuse to meet hlch views of
growers. There Is mors unreat In Hbor
circles, notably In the matter of ra'lway
employes and of building hands. Tslk of
retrenchment by railroads Is still rife. Vit
cancellations of orders for rails and other
materials are so far reported light. There
la Ifss firmness In the voices of some
metala. copper principally but Iron prices
are held flrmlv by the deadlock between
buyers and sellers as to d'stant months.
SnlfB of foundry pi ,on f,,r 1st. xt half
! delivery are light, but "tore Innul-lee see-vi
to be crooning up snd the market Is firmer
In symnalhy wllh the strength in Hessemer
rlar. Furnace Intere-ts are so w II s'tu ited
i Ihit thiv a'poenr ahl" to rerlst demands for
price concessions. Hesafmer nig is nrmr
on lndlcallns that some ledlng Interests
d'd not fully rover their retirements by
th purchases of last week.
Tre paucity of steel In the central west
continues. In finished lines tha situation
Statement March 22,
Capital Stock $
Surplus and Profits
Circulation . t
M. T. Barlow,
Ouy C. Barton,
S. B. Caldwell,
V. B. Caldwell,
N. A. Duff,
Thou. A. Fry,
C. W. Lyman,
is a strong one, with little trustworthy evi
dence of cancellations. A large demand for
structural material Is In sight. Demand
for cast iron Pipe la heavy and trade In
tubes, sheets, bars and wire is exception
ally brink without precedent. In fact.
Dry goods jobbing at the east Is active,
the only complaint Vicing slow deliveries of
goods by first hands and mills. Fine yarn
goods for late delivery are quint. There is
more doing In men's wear for fall. Haw
silk Is higher snd the silk trade Is active.
In raw wool, the market Is quiet, dealers
are not contracting for western clips snd
high money rates are complained of, dis
couraging operations. High foreign mar
kets hold prices steady here.
Business failures in the United States for
the week ending March 28 number 104,
against 157 last week, 167 In the like week
of 1, 227 In H-16. 212 In 1904, and 146 in 11 3.
Canadian failures for the week number 21,
as against 82 last week, and 18 In this week
heat, Including flour, exports from the
United States and Canada for the week
ending March 28 aggregated 3,707.688 bu.,
against 1,870,640 last week, 1,642,863 this week
lust year, 9S8.600 bu. In 1906. and t un no in
1W2. For the last thirty-nine weeks ot the
iiocai rtar ine exports are 130.591, K6 bu
against 102.98,765 bu. In 1906-08, 47.632.30B In
lik-4-06. and 196.6t52.252 in isoi-oa. ,n
Corn exports for the week are 1,844.633
bu., against 2.608,786 bu. last week, 2.843.479
.v?' , yu.r a' and 2-0,62 bu. In 1916. For
ilXVi W yrBr lo aa'e lne ePorts are 61.
6b.860 bu., against 4,S69,760 bu. In lSoS-08.
and 67,378,838 in 1904-06.
ItEPOIlT OP THE CLEAIUNO HOISE
Transactloas of the Associated Banks
for the Week.
NEW YORK. March fc.-Rradstreet's bank
as''JJi! f eport for the w,Bk endln8 March
now! 8r aggregate of 33.06i.2t5 000 aa
ag. nst 33.835.747.0(0 last week a 1230 -ftW
the oorrnsnnnrlln. m,..!,
nadlan clearings for the week total 378 639 '
rffiflno W S8'SS8. lt week and 361 .
same week last year.
a list of the cities:
Clearlngal Inc. Deo,
Omaha , ,
Tort Worth ,
Rail Lake City ,
Portland, Ore ,
Spokaaje, Wauh ..
Tolado, O. ,
Na.hllla ... ,
Grand Rap Ida
Charloetoa, I. C
IS7, 485,000 14 4
4I.I80.OHO 14 6
48.084.000 14 8
14,714.000 11.8 ..i. .
18.041, 00 11.4
14.460.000 II. T
1.888, 00(1 81.1
. T. 161, 000 11.1
4.1168,000 S3. 1
4.044.0OO 14. T
4. W4.0W 10.4
4.IM.0O0 64 4
5. tM.OOO . J
4,847,000 17.4 ......
I,l8.00t 16 I
- l.4M,0OO II. I
l.ttl.WD 11. 1
1.687. OHO M.T
l.8J4.0nO II 0
1.487,000 II I
1. 117,000 14.0
I.08T 0O 1.4
8.144.000 II 8
l, mi. ooo ii. i
1,438. Ot0 Ml
1, 63I.OOO 1.8
1.648. OOO .1
1.888,400 16. T ,
1.444.000 40 0
1. 044.000 .1
1,114.000 4 6
I. HI duo 7 4
441.000 a. ft
Til, COO 4.1
181,000 4 1
ldl.OOO 17 I
111. 000 II
1S8.000 1 1
474, 000 II. I
480.0O0 11 6
445,000 40 I
646,000 75 41
401,000 II 4
14.0o0 71 0 ......
131. 0 10 I
M1.0OU II I
liO.uvO 40 4
. , H.4il.60 1
II, 761,000 10. 1
' Little Rock
port Wavae, lad..
Cedar Raplda. la.
; Iz J,. "
! Mloosaingtaa, III....
South ltend, lnd
Bloux rails. I. V....
m im .ooo
1,771, tK l
St. Jolin, N. B.
Vl.ilor.a. B. C.
l.ll'.l i 81 4
1,144. OuOl 41.4
Not Included in totals because ooroparl
sona are Incomplete. .Not Included In totals
because containing other Items than clear
ings. rbtcago Provlstoa Market.
CHICAGO. March IS. BL'TTKR 5teady ;
creameries. 2wJVic; dairies. 2wo'ii.o.
IiitiGtt-Weady; at niaik. caaee Included.
J- . , . 1 1 r. ! ,. ... I r-.
CIIEKBtU r-sy; uanirs, "
13V-'o HH" ; young Americas, ItHtiloHo.
POULTRY -Live, firm; turkeys, 12o;
chickens. Ue springs. HHo.
Philadelphia Prsiduee Market.
PHILADELPHIA, March EUOS -Week,
Vo lower; western frrsh 17o at
'"ciiEEBE Firm and In fair demandr New
Yoik full ereania, fancy, HiiljltaC; choice,
Dry Cinnda Market.
NEW YORK, March 29 Ths dry goods
market waa quiet for the day, Pilca hold
with remarkable firmness and any offerings
of second hand goods are being accepud
quickly. I-attge sales of prime! and
bleached ovltuii goods are being piude. The
E. W. Moranian,
A. L. Reed.
B. F. Smith,
W. A. Km i tli,
G. W. Wattles,
C. E. Yost.
proposed ccntnblnatlon of silk mills will
be launched n-xt month. Cotton yarns are
very quiet- xoreign wools are nrm.
FILIPINO STUDENT AS ORATOR
Miguel ftlcdao Will Represent jtate
of Illinois in Contest 1st
WASHINGTON, March 2.-New honors
have been brought to the Philippine stu
dents who are being educated In this coun
try by Miguel Nlcdao, who will represent
ihe state of Illinois In an Interstate oratori
cal contest soon to be held at Emporia,
' Nlcdao Is a student at the State Normal
school at Normal, 111. He defeated all con
testants for oratorical honors In that In
stltutlon and won a gold medal. Then he
was successful In a contest participated
in by all the state normal schools and
won the right to contest In ths approach
ing Interstate contest In which Wisconsin,
Iowa, Illinois, Kansas and Missouri will
At Cornell university the Philippine stu
dents have organised a sextet which hag
become one of the most popular organisa
tions In the school.
HANGING IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Former Preacher Pays Peaalty for
Harder After Preachlagr Ills
8PARTANBURQ. 8. C. March 29.
Thomas Harris, a young white man, for
merly a Baptist preacher, waa hanged In
the jail yard at Gaftney, S. C, today for
the murder of Mrs. Hortenpe Morgan, an
aged white woman, last November. . Be
fore the black cap was adjusted, he
preached his own funeral sermon.
He killed Mrs. Morgan by cutting her
throat, after which ha took 3800 from her.
Harris narrowly escaped being lynched at
the time of hla arrest and wag brought to
Spartanburg for safe keeping.
Fatal Fight la 'Territory.
ARDMORE. I. T March 2S.-In a fight
between farmers at the town of McMillan,
near here today, Thomas K. Jackson waa
shot and killed and Stoke Walling and the
latter's son-in-law, Henry Lewis, were fa
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The Florence company to Charles C.
Logan, lot 22, Phelan's Add 3 1,400
james rv. (. nam tiers to Lieiia uates,
lot 1, block 1, Bedford Place
H. E. Jannlson and wife to Ellen S.
Hooker, lots 2 and 21, block 4,
Catherine A. Murphy and husband to
vena uaiy. lot i. biock 39, Albright s
Walter I. Dallas and wife to Eric
Miller, , part lot 12, Sub. blook A,
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer, to
Provident Heal Estato Co., sM ft
.lots 1 and 3, block 2, Omaha View,
and other Iota
Same to Reserve Realty Co.. lota 1
to 6, block 1, Hltohcock's First Add.
and other lots
Same to same, lots t to 11, Hitch
cock's First Add., and other lots...
Same to Josephine H. Weldenfeller,
lot 2, block 4, Crelghton Heights....
Same to same, lot 19, block -4, and lot
6, block 8, Crelghton Heights
Same to J. A. Mc In tyre. eli6 feet lota
29, 30, 83 and 34. Harlem Lane
Same to VVUUam A. Boeck, lot 14,
Haas' Sub., Bouth Omaha
Same to iReserve Realty Co., lots
6 and 3, block 4. Hitchcock's First
Add., and other lots
Same to Eva Tlbbita. lot 26. blook 10,
Albright's Annex, South Omaha
Same to Florence F. Craig, lots 3 and
3, block 2, Lake View
Same to Frederlcke Schwarlck, part
Hamilton street adjoining lot 1, block
Same to Anton Hason, lot 6, block
Same to J. A. Mclntyre, eH lot 6,
v.i,..tr a a a t,-i..i. .. a.,.4
uivv. , a. d. 1 .nun .uu..........
Same to same, lots 6 and 9, block
Same to Union Investment Co., nllj
ft. let 6, block 16, Improvement Assn.
Same to Herman SchaefTer. sH wlio
ft. lot 19, Kountxe Second Add....
Same to Reserve Realty Co., lots 1
to 17, block 16, Hitchcock's First
Add., and other lots
Same to Lena Meyers, lot 10, block 8,
Matthew's Sub., South Omaha 1..
Same to Willis Crosby, lot 8. block 10,
Patrick's Second Add .....
Same to Wilson T. Graham, lol U,
block 3, Clifton Hill
Same -to same, part lot 10. block 6,
Same to same, lots 13 and 14, block 2,
Jennie IHumond to Annie Berney,
lot 12. block 7, Kenrtnll b Add
Anton Trlska and wife to Stephen
Marl no Vic, lot 15, block 4, Wilcox
Valentine Krleff and wife- to Dora
O'Neil et al., ado ft. ell ft. block
15. Improvement Asan. Add
O. W. Wattles and wife to George
Fortran, part wV lot 3, Orlffen dt
pwlght 8- Cochran to Horry D. Reed,
lot Id. block 4, Boyd A Sharp s Add.,
The Westland Realty Co. to Carl
Jenaen. lots 9, " and 11, block 25,
Wilcox Second Add
Hugh Mcf'arTrey et al. to Emma Pat
terson Bates, lots 3 and 4, block 8,
Charles B. Kountxe and wife to Wil
lie m F. A. liuuer, sH lot 45. and
n2t) ft. lot 48. A. Kouuue Add
Phillip Andres et al. to Emma Pat
ters'm Bittea. lot 6. block 8. replat
block 5. Windsor Tt rrace
Peter E. Her to Alois Iiobromysl, lot
17, block 4.vl, Grandvlew
Alois Dohromysl lo Barbara Dobro-
mysl, lot 17, block 4'it). Urandvlew..
Rosa E. Wonder and hustand to Wil
son W. Abbott, lot 7, hlock 1, Lln
wood Park. South Omaha
Henry A. Barrows to William O.
I is kin and wife, lot 2t, block t, Mon
Margaret Collins and husband lo
John I. Wear, wit ft lots 13 and 14,
bUx'k 7. Kountze 4c Ruths Add ....
Esther Isabella Varney and husband
lo Nels Kas1nusse.11, nev; ne4 28-18-13
Frances M. Knlylit to Nels Rasmus
Ben. ne' neV. 28-16-12
The Northwestern Mutual Ufe Insur
ance In. lo Satuuel Ravlts, part
John R. Brandt and wife to Fred D.
Wrad, kits 3 and 4. block 1. and
lota i and 8, blutk 8. Kendall's Add.
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