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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, APHID 2, 1007.
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Cat and Whsst rpa Btr???, ' et
EXCHANGE CLOSED TULSDKY FOR HOLIDAY
tteperts of ranker Orw Bag
' HrfM Caase Advaae la
WkMl, eblch WrmUeas
Later on Denial.
Com, bu Ei fro 110 ion
Uats. bu 3J6.VO 141. 60
hye, bu 11. KM)
Larley, bu 97,?) 246.)
On the I'roduo exchange today the but
ter nS-kef W atariv; ffMMmsH
dalrl.s. Au27c. K."gga, essy; at merit,
cn Included. lH'': nrs.. 14c, prim firsts,
16Hc. Chctm, itrad)', 1.1'uloc
SEW YORK (IEHIIAL MARKET
OMAHA. April 1. 1907.
. imfnmi PI li wiv ii'i ...... .....
tire miinn took a sharp upwara urn in
sympathy with the Krfulla displayed in
jtbHt. Osts led lo the bull movement and
IV o red an advance of Vc on tne clows oi
f7turday. A reaction followed, however,
'which carried price generally be.ow tne
opening and the market continued netvoua
to th close.
JYheat opened higher on receipt of more
dir.nage report by green bug. Receipt
War heavy and . rain were reported In
the aouthweRt, with generally tavorabla
weather condition, but a decrease waa le
ported In the visible aupply and the reoui
tence of green bug report caused a
higher market. The subsequent reaction,
which wiped out nearly all gain. J
sused by denial of the bug report and
nervous and erratic market resulted, it
reported that the bug had advanced
Into the field of Nebraska, but confirma
tion was lacking. The weather condition 4
continue to be. the controlling factor In
tho market, which promises to be feverish
lor lomt time. The close ws firm at an
advance of rko over tti closing price ot
Saturday for May options.
Corn waa steady and offering were light.
Th market weakened - sympathy wltn
the reaction In wheat, but change were
Within a narrow range. . .
Good buying and light offering cf oat
feeulted In higher price. May option
pened at 42c bid, an advance of He over
tho cloeo of Saturday, but the market broke
n scattered eelllng to below the opening
prices. Trading was lively, but little sup-
ro.-t wss offered In the downward move
lent srd the cU se was weak. , , ...
Primary wheat receipt were 1.067.000
bushels and shipments 220,000 bushels,
against receipt last year of 821.000 bushel
of mi .dim bushels. Corn re
ceipts were l,fl&,000 bushel and shipment
fTLOOO buhels. against receipt lsst year
ut 610.000 bushel and shipments of 438,000
. Clmrances were 434.000 bushel com, 8,000
bushel oat, and wheat and Hour equal to
t00,00 bushel. . . M
The Liverpool exchange was Closed for
the Eter holiday. ' t , .
The worlls wheat shipment for the last
Week were 9,466.000 bushel, againat 8,6i6,0O0.
rushel last year. Corn shipments were
X.00t bushels, against 2,840,000 bushels last
'H The visible wheat supply decreased 865.O00
bushel to 47.21S.000 bushels, against a up-
ply of 4, 48.000 bunnls last year. mo
corn aupply decreased b.iu.ia Dusneis v
12,213,000 buahels, against 11,881.000 bushe s
last year. A decrease of 126,000 buhel
was recorded In the visible supply of oats.
Which Is 10.503,000 bushel, sgalnst 21,832,000
bushels lat year.
The exchange will.be closed Thursday,
which Is election day throughout the coun
try. k. Local range of options:
Articles ! Open. I Hlgh.l Low. Close.1 Bafy.
I I I
70W 70B 70B1
71HB 71'bJ 71HB
41UA 41V4 A!4TA
41AI 41BI 4074A,
itAi 41A 41A
4IBI 42HB 41'A
SSVBI 38'B S84A!
A asked. B bid.
. Omaha Cash rlees.
WHEAT No. t hard. 68tt-ft69He; No. J
hard. tTOi7e; No. 4 hard, M'u3c; No. 1
'(Mat WW: No. 4. :.
jrade; 21c: yellow, 8886V,c; No.
OAtS-NoT mixed. J8fl38c; No. I white,
o'3'40; No. 4 white. SSHtiSSVo.
. RIB-No. t c: No. S, 58Vc
Wheat, Corn. Oats.
C-Woago 14 299 W
kansa City 140 147 54
.Minneapolis ,-O'S . . ,
Tmluth ..'a .
CHICAGO ? CHAIN AND PROVISIONS
Prlrea o Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, April 1. Oreen bug reports
and unavorablo weather for the growlnsl
rop caused firmness tolay In -the wheat
market,' the May delivery closing at a net
gain of H4)1o. Corn aud oats were each
off Wo. Prwvlalona were 7VkO to. JOlOHo
'"AoactlTe demand for wheat, especially
for the May option, caused reports of am ln
creased area affocted by the reen bug and
by statements -ct damage by frost In In
i.n. Aiwnut the middle of the day the
nuu-kst eased off because of the report of a
crop expert, which m&de the oondltlon of
wheat on April 1, 88.1. oompared with 2
lor the aia-repodlng day last year. Thi
report seemed to dispel some of the fear
rrttiurf trt renorta of creen bug damage.
The market rallied again near the close on
buying by shorts. The close waa steady.
May wheat opened unchanged to o higher
at 7tte to 70So, sold up to WAa and then
declined to 76a The cs waa at 7&'t
lt)o. Clearanoes of wheat and flour were
equal to 7,2uO bu. The amount on pasaage
Increased 4J4.0X) bu.. and the visible supply
increased 740, OuU bu. Primary receipts were
067,0(10 bu,, against 821,000 bu. for the same
day lat year. Minneapolis, Puluth and
Chicago reported receipt of 746 care, aga'nst
44 ours last week and Ull oars one year ago.
Trading In the com pit waa very quiet and
tigs tone of the market was easy. Scattered
liquidation by local loners and eoma selling
by receiving houses was In evidence. Large
primary mcelpta, poor ahlpprng demand and
the possibility of liberal local receipts by
Wednesday had a depressing effect. The
Ce was easy. May corn opened un
changed at 4to sold at 464o and them de
clined to 464 o. Final quotations were at
ao'to. Local receipts were 2M cars, with two
on tract grade.
Ma.y oat at the opening said at 4340, the
tMsheet price of the season. The advance
Was caused by the covering by shorts, who
were smarmed at the congested condition ut
the market. Prices eased off later on soil
ing by elavator Interests. The deferred fu
tures were also sold freely because of re-pts-ta
Uia.t seeding Is progrensBlng rapidly.
Hay evened a shade to ViSo hlgDer at 4.10
to 4Jio, sold 0(1 to 430 and closd at 4)ini
iirtio. Local receipts were lh oars.
Provisions) were Arm because of a lOrrVtte
advance In the price ot live hog. Offer
ings came mainly from longs. At the close
May pork wss up 10c at 814 . Lard was up
' 7 Ho at Kiba were lwfi.Vc higher at
tlmated receipts for Wadneeday:
Wheat n carat; corn, M4 cars; oats, 802 oars;
hoea. ir tornorrow. K.ouO head.
The Board of Trade will ba closed Tuea-
day. eieotW.o day.
The leading futures ranged a follews:
ttaotallons of the Day oa Tarleas
NEW YORK. April 1 FLOUrWRe
cdpts, I6.e7 bols.i exports, 4.474 tsjls
market strauy with light Inquiry, Minns
suia pstenis, t4.10w 4.t; winter stralgnts,
iS5360; Minnesota bakers, lif
2.60; winter extras, 82I0W8.00; winter
patents, 8.eu'i.se; winter low grades,
i )n Hye dour, dull; fair to
good, 11.666 2.80; choice to fancy, !.
CORNMKAL Steady: fine white and yel
low, DV'jI.tt; coarse. tl.Osal-10; kiln dried,
WHEAT Receipts, 182,000 bu.; exports,
2 D64 bu. Bpot market ateady; No. 2
red, !2Sc, elevator; No. 2 red, 81 c. f.
0. b., alloat; No. 1 northern, ljuluth, e.
1. o. b.. afloat; No. i hard winter. 7Vc,
f. o. b., afloat. Between further bug
damage new from Oklahoma and low
temperatures In the southwest, wheat
was generally firm all day, although quiet.
A bearish snow report caused moderate
selling pressure In the last hour, but
there wa a rally near th close, final
1 !' showing H OHc net rle. May,
85V 085 7-1 c. closed at t6c; July,
8 5 V, a Sec, closed at 86o; September closed
I'uHW Receipt, 166,950 bu.; export,
69.689 bu. Spot markot steaJy: No. 2,
66c. elevator, and 62c, f. o. b., afloat; No.
2 white, 64 Mr and No. 2 yellow, f. o. b.,
nflost. Option market was without trans
actions, rinsing net unchanged.
"A i 8 Kceipt, 228.000 bu.; exports,
200 bu, Ppot market steady; mixed oats,
to 2 pounds, 4Hc; natural white,
30 to 28 pounds, 47(3 49c; clipped white.
26 to 40 pound, 48962HO.
H Kr'v. shipping, 70 80c; good to
HurS Bteaiiv; state, common to choice,
196. 184Mc; 11H5. ftfllc; Pacific coast, 1906,
lift 14c; isl higYio.
HIDES Quiet; Central America, 24 He;
T wtMKR Stesdv; acid. 27Vtig9e.
PROVISIONS Beef, quiet; family,
214.60 16.00; mess, 89 60010 00: beef
h-us 'l dOiff ?6.00: packet. 810.5Oril.O;
city, extra India mess, 820 00 21.00. Cut
rreHts, steady; pickled bellies, 810 SO
12.00; pickled hams, f 1 1 .60 12 00. Lard,
firm: western prime, 89. 10ft 9 20; refined,
steady; continent, 29.60; South America,
19.50; compound, 28.87 H Q 8 62 4. Pork,
firm: family, 219.00; short Clear, 217.75
19 25: mess, 217.60 18.25.
TALLOW Quiet; city, Ho; country,
RICE Dull; domestic, fair to extra, 24
l'ic; Japanese, nominal.
Hl'TTEJl Steady; street price, extra
creamery, 20H'331c: official prices, cream
ery, common to extra, 2&330c; state dairy,
common to finest, 21fc29c; renovated, com
mon to extra, 166 2Rc; western factory, com
mon to firsts, 19'5Ro; waetorn Imitation
crenmery. extras, 8r77c; firsts, 28!B24c.
CHEESE Firm; state, full cream, col
ored and white, small September fancy,
15c; October best, 14fr'14Hc; good to prime,
l.WUHc; winter made, average best, 124c;
October best. 14i??"14H: good to prime, 12
lSWe; Inferior. lim&.12Ho.
EOGS Irregular; state, Pennsylvnnla
and nearby fancy selected white, 19HB2op;
choice. lHlc; firsts to extra firsts. 17
18c: western firsts, 1617c; seconds, 16
hi oar Raw steady; fair refining. 8 koi
centrifugal, 96 test, 2c; molasses sugar,
2Tc. Refined steady; crushed, 6.40o; pow
dered, 1.80c; granulated. 4.70o.
St. Iowls General Market.
ST. LOUIS. April 1 WHEAT-IT! gher:
track, No. 2 red eweh, 7tS4G77Hc-i No. 2 hard.
iwumr; my, lomv 10 'c; Juiy, fito.ic,
CORN Lower ; track, No. 2 cash, 434
43c; No. I white, 45c; May, t$o; July,
OATS Weak; track. No. 2 cash. 41c No.
2 white, 42ff42Hc; May. flHe; July, 364c
r wiUK-Lnin: red winter patents. 3 so
4i3.su; extra fancy and straight. 23.208.60:
SEED.-Tlmothy, steady, 3.COBH.00.
CORNMKAL Steady, 2140.
BRAN Easy; sacked, east track, 29070.
HAT-teady; timothy, 215.0019.00; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES-TLIO.
HEMP TWINK 10c.
PROVISIONS Pork. higher;" Jobbing.
216.92H. Lard, higher; prime steam. ti-KMdf
8.774. Dry mt.lt meats j(boxed). flrrn; extra
shortsr 89 63ft:' clear ribs, 2S.62H; short
clears,' 89.75. Bacon '(boxed), firm; extra
Shorts, 210.60; clear ribs, 110.50; short Clears,
10 6S ,
POULTRT-Steady; chickens, lie;
spring. 13Vio; turkeys, 11c; ducks, 12o;
geese. 7Hc. .
BUTTER Steady; creamery. 23331 Vfco;
EGOS Firm at 14c. '
Flour, bbls 14 0iX lLOO
Wheat bu.... 61.000 61.0O0
Corn, bu n.OT0 144.000
OaU, bu O,0u0 86,000
SEW YORK STOCKS ANDBOaNDS
IfirVtt Cpett H'.ilit, liiThVi oa rr cf
C Serine, from Abroad Tomorrcw.
NIT LOSSES FROM LOW Lr.VEL OF FRIDAY
Oreat Iferthera Preferred a Drag
oa the Market Beeaaae of Call
far Paymente oa Hew
NKJW TORK, April 1. The New York
market operated again to day without Lon
don to erve as an index of the foreign atti
tude. There was a time today when this
seemed to arouse misgiving ovor the ex
tent to which price were being carried
away from the leel when London last
traded in our securities on Thursday last.
The rebound of Friday was materially ex
tended by the gains which were added to
day. The resumption of trading in London
tomorrow Is awaited with Interest to see
what view will be taken of the rapidity of
the recovery here.
The drop In Canadian Paoiflo at the OTr
Ing here waa largely due to stock supplied
from foreign sources, as the extent of the
short Interest In that stock reviewed n Fri
day last made It In eager demand SU11.
The demand from the shorts promptly reas
serted its Influence on the stock and It re
bounded violently. The fact that Friday's
rebound In that stock waa sufficient to bring
out large offerings of foreign holdings sug-
fiested a possibility of what might happen
n the general list when London resumes
tomorrow and led to the general reaction
after the opening, wiping out practically all
of the gains and establishing some striking
losses from the low level of last Fridoy.
The movement of Great Northern preferred
also acted as a damper on the early
strength of the market. The heaviness of
this stock seemed to be connected with the
official notification by the company that
tne original terms of payment of si beer p
tlono to the new stork would be unchanged
by the delay In the Issue caused by the liti
gation to enjoin It. This would call for the
payment of four 10 per cent Installments,
amounting to aome 84.000,000 on April 9.
The subscription lights were dealt In bn the
Btock exchange for the first time today and
declined to a lower level than was touched
on the curb when the judicial decision In
favor of the cy-moany waa first announced.
Anothr factor In the early reaction was
the knowledge that a formal announce
ment was Inunlnent from President Roose
velt on the subject of governmental policy
towards the railroads. Humors first
current on the Stock exchange were
that the expected statement was
to be In effect a reiteration
of former views and an expressed de
termination to continue In them. This ver
slon caused a distinct halt in the rise in
prices, but thg rise was actively renewed
when reports got abroad that emphasHs was
to be laid by the executive of disapproval
of any project that would Invalidate rail
Decided relief was felt tn-er the Improved
money situation and with the first of April
fairly passed It was believed that relaxation
would follow In the money market. Rates
lor time loans were marked down de
cisively. The sub-treasury report showing
a gain by the banks since Friday of nearly
86,000,000 demonstrated that the effect of
the treasury relief makeeures were not to
to be at n fined to the bank statement of
last week. Another decisively strengthen
ing Influence on the market wits the better
prospect reported of a settlement without
a strike of the claims of western railroad
employes for higher wages and a reduced
working day. Moet of the day s gains were
retained to the last, although the closing
tone was rather feverish.
tjrnas were firm. Total sales par value,
Il.9a4.ai0.. United States 2s coupon declined
7 jj-ai tun I 4.1 fl CHI I
Number of unA
New York Stock exchange: " "
Bslss. HIh.-bow. Close.
r.2.RC.nrs: gold coin end bullion, 11,742.2;
gold certificates, l2.Jl)i.m
Xew York Meaey Market.
NEW TORK, April l.-MONET ON CALL
SWiij, SVtf'l csr.t; ruling r.te,
clolng hid, 8: offered st 8. Time loans,
soft; sixty djiys. &Va; ninety days, &;
six months, ..Vj per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-664
STERLING EXCHANGE Strong with
actual business In bsnker' bills at 84. 8.1-6
ti4.S70 for demand and at 84.794 7910 for
Ixty-dsy bills; posted rates, 2480 and
4.H'i; commercial bills, 34 79.
SILVER Bar, 6CSc; Mexican dollars,
BONDS -Government, easy; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
I'. 8. rf at.
11. g. Is. m
U. S. old 4a, rf ..
do coupon ,
U. 0. b.v 4t, reg..
Am. Tobaoeo 4s....
AtchlMxi gsa. 4a..
Atlantlo C. L. 4s...
Ll.l. Ohio 41....
P'S. R. T. o. 4a....
Cent nil of Oa. (a.
do 1st Ina
"do M Ino
do Id Inc
Ches. ft Ohio 4Ha..
c, B q. n. 4a...,
C. R. L A P. 4a....
do col. ba
CTC. . U g. 4a..
Colo. Ind. Ra, aar. A.
Colorado Mid. 4a
Colo, ft So. 4s
D. ft R. O. 4a...,
mannara1 See. 6a...
Rtia p. 1. 4a
do fan. 4a
Hock. Val. 4a..
Japs , Id sartas.
do 4a (tfs
o 4Sa rtfa
4o Id aarlaa
t, ft N. anl. 4s....
Man. e. g. 4a
Mn Central 4s....
do 1st Inc
Oil A". I A LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Etrsssr U Tsa Ctsti Eisttr tad
HOGS OPEN HIGHER, BUT CLOSE LOWER
Large Hast . of Sheep and La sabs,
vltk Price Weak Tea
Ceats Lewer oa All
ft Pt. U 4a M
M , K. ft T. 4a
S T. C. g. Im...
S. 3. C. g. la..
No. Paolgc 4a
S. ft W. . 4a
n. 8. L. rfdg 4a..
Pasn. eonT. Ia....
Raadln gen. 4ft M
at. u ft I, m. t. ts. no
.inewilst U ft S. T. rg. 4s II
. 12 (St. L 8 W. 4a.... 71V
. 1C"IISsaoniir4 A. U 4s.. 71
kJVa go. paclflo 4a
7v' do IK 4a ctfa 114
M iSo. Rallwar M....10H4
7 Texaa ft P. la 14
Vi'jT . t. It. ft W. 4a. T
ilnlon Pactftc 4a 101
K If 8. Staal M 4a.... M
U Wabaah la 110
H do dan. B 0
11 Wcitarn Ui. 4s 14
10l lW. ft L. . 4s.... 14
MTt(Wla. Cantral 4a kVj
EStJnterest. Bid. Offered. Ex-In
terest and offered. fEx-lnterest and bid.
- Boston Storks aad Bonds.
BOSTON. April l.-Call loans. per
cent; time loans. 6ff6H per cenL Official
closing quotations were:
Atchison ad, 4a ... II iRingham
do 4s 17 Tal. ft Hecla.
Mex. Central 4a 81 H Centennial
do pM m
Boston ft Albany... m
Flonton ft Maine 140
no.ton EleTMed 140
Fltrhburg pld 1
Mexican Central 114
N. Y.. N. H. ft H...174
fnlon Psolflo 1JIH
Amer. Pnau. Tube.. 7H
Amtr. Sugar IK1
do Pfd ' IX
Am. T. ft T 1111
Amer. Woo Inn
Isle RoralS ....
u. Mining ..
Mont. C. C.
H Vnlted Copper
Fdlion Bloc. Illtt 2ns IV. 8. Mining.
Mass. Elactiie 17H I'. 8. Oil
t'nlted Fruit .......
I'nltcd 8. M
V. 6. Steal
. M"4 Utah
, IS jWlnona
,. 17 W'olTarlns .......
. M4 North Butts .....
,. W4 Bulla Coalition .
.. IH Ntrada
. (I Cal. ft Arltona..
94 Arltona Com. ...
. UVa'Oraana Con
... 61 H
Boston Copper Market.'
These quotations are furnished by Logan
Sc Bryan, members New York and Boston
Btock exenanges, z jjoara oi neaun:
Articles. Open. Hlgh.l Ijow. Close. I Bafy.
7SH Tv,"" i
T;t',4t Tsrsi 7v
SI I slSl ' 81H
sa 2: r'.?i,
16 S7V,I 16 40
16 87M:I 16 46
8 8 97V4,1
Ov I 0C4 M
Kansas City Grain aad Prorlilosi.
KANSAS CITT, April 1. WHEAT May,
69c; July, Tic; September, 7Sc; cash. No.
2 hard, 70H'ff78i4c; No. 2 red. 66Vs72V,c; No.
s reu, liiiioo; no. s, octf , dc
CORN May, 40c July, Uo; September,
42V,c; cash. No. 2 mixed, 40c; No. 2, WH
&c; No, 2 white, 41c: No. 8, 4Off40Ho.
OATS No. 2 white. No. t mixed, ilo.
RYE Steadv. 62 0 66a.
HAY Steady: choice tlmothv. 114.100
1626; choloe prairie, 211. 00O11.80.
EGGS Easy; firsts, ISo per dosen.
BUTTER Creamery, 29o; packing, lio.
Wheat, bn 146.000 62.000
Corn, bu ....147,000 66,000
Oat, bu 84.0QO . 11,000
Closing quotations at Kansas City, as fur
bished by Logan oV Byron, I Board ot
Asnalgamatae Copper ln.XW
Am. c ft F ioo
Am. C ft F. pfd ioo
in, loUMI Ull
Am. Cotton Oil pfd....
Am. H. ft U pfd
Am. Litnsaae Oil
Am. IJnml Oil pfd...
Am. L pfd., ax-dlr...
Am. g. ft R
am. s. ft a. pf t.loo 104
nn. buht nanning... 4,700 114
Am.. Tooaoeo. era on m.t. 4oe M
W0 M ! r
100 ttO 110 lot
100 tt II I1U
100 77 77 TT
too II II 13
100 2 It 81
100 4 tl 14
M 40 .111 us m
t.luO IIH 104 104
4,700 11 114 13'
6. TOO M4
W.SOO Mt M Et
tn.too i jr? in
1400 41 40 . 41 .
4O0 14 II 13
2.0(0 160 147 149
80,400 114 UI 114
I Open. Hlgh.l Low. aose.
B bid A asked.
. Tlslble Sapply of Grata.
. NEW TORK. April 1. The visible supply
of grain Saturday, March 30. as compiled
by the New York Produce exchange, was
Wheat. 47 2O7.000 bu.; decrease. 646.000 bu.
Corn, U.P77.O00 bu.; decrease, 0.ooo bu.
Oats, 9.2M.O0O bu. ; decrease, 134,000 bu.
Rye. 411.000 bu.; decrease 102.000 bu.
barley, 2,840,000 bu.; increase, 109,000 bu.
PEORIA. April 1. CORN Dull and easy;
No. 2 yellow and No. 8. JiUHc; No. 4, tec;
ne grade, t'Silc
OATS Higher; No. 2 white. 42c; No. I
white, 41Vc; No. 4 white, Ma.
RYE-6teady;.No. 2. 67i9tKc.
WHISKY-On the basts of for fin
1,000 1 12.1 1U
1,000 18 II It
100 11 71 71
U0 114 111 114
400 80 80 0
4.000 11 4 TO
84.7UO 16 14 X
J.OOO 40 t l
to 40 U
00 14 14 144
144 144 144
14 14 14
Dally Waat .,
Eaat Butt . . .
Isle Royal ...
L. 8. ft
If Nevada Cons...
20 N. Butts
I Old Dominion
87 Pncu. Rarvlce .
Arlions.KI Pntu. Benrle
Hecla. ..170 Uulncy
. 41 Tamarack
. 15 Trinity
. 11 United Fruit' .
. 10 V. 8. Common.
.16 V. 8. pfd
.121 Utah Cons
. I Victoria
. tl Winona
Pittsburg... 21 Can.
Ft 4.. 17
.. .. 10
New York Mining Stocks.
NEW YORK, April 1. Closing quotation
on mining stocks were:
S,M0 111 111 11
10 tl tl 11
100 4 41 4
tuO 10T 104 104
KIO 111 131 10
4,400 7t 14 78
t.tiio ii n
KO 44 49 44
2.100 40 41 141,
i'ioo iii iii m
SOD II II !
n) 11 77 71
Philadelphia Prodsct Market.'
PHILADELPHIA. April 1. EGOS
Steady and li fair demand; western
fresh. 18c at mark.
CHEESE Firm and In fslr demand;
Ny York full creams, fancy, 14 A
14 c; New York full cream i, choice,
Cash quotations were ss follows:
FLOVR Wieady; winter patenu. IllivjJ
1 4o: stralghla UV-1 spring patent,
i U 43L6u; ktralgbia, il.uval.30; bskets, i.uO
WHEAT No. I spring. affWc; K0,
pring, ?liilc: No. 8 rfi THft7I"ie.
CufiV-No. i. 44e: No. 2 yellow, 4fA4c
CATsv No. 2. 4V; No t white. 4StlHrc;
2'o 8 white, 4oVyu4JC
RYE No. 2, !.
HA HI.KY talr to choice malting. 63ftnc.
Btb-lti No. 1 flax. 1118; No 1 north
Western. 81. BO. Prime timothy, 64.30. Clover.
Contract grades. 1:6 60.
PHOVI(il")Nt Short ribs sides flooae).
- peiSTV. Mee pork, per bhl., :4.ViJ9il;ti
. Lard, per Yt) lbs . 8 S"i .:' Short clear
4 au1 (boxed), 8s.K7 V 12v.
llowlii4j were tn receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain:
"our. bbls M f 17 i)
Mlaaeapells Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. April 1. WHEAT May.
TSi;; July. TS'$inc; No. 1 hard, im9l;
No. 1 northern. Isvii?i0i4jc; No. 2 northern,
7o..Wv: No. 1 northern. T57c.
FIOl.'H First pst'nts. 24.157ti.40; second
patents. 84.orij4 10' lt clears, 3.2sa.50;
aecotid clears, H4tXff! 60.
Mllwaakee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. April 1. WHEAT Mar
ket steady: No. I nortliern. KtiMc; No. I
northern. 7MiMe: May. Tlie. aed.
BAPIEY Steady; No. 2, 7?Vr7Se; sam
CRN-Lower; No. I cash, lUglHo; May,
Dnlath Grata Market.
DT'LITH. April 1 WHEAT No. 1
northern. Wie; No. 2 northern. 7Se; May,
S?Se; Julv, HHc; September. He,
OAl-On track. 4lc; April. 4wo.
Tolede leed Market.
TOLEDO. O.. April 1. SEEDS Clover,
eash, 830; April. 16.40; October, 34 60.
Alsiks, prime, 7.4i. Timothy, prime,
Anaconda Aiming. Oo.,
Atchlaoa pfd ,
Atlantis Coaat Lin........,
BaHlmora ft Ohio
Bal. ft Oblo pfd
Brooklyn Rapid TT
Centra) of Maw Jersey
Chaaapeak ft Ohio.........
Chicago Ot. W
Chicago ft M. W
C. M. A 8t. P
Chicago T. ft T
Chicago T. ft T. pfd
C. C. C ft Bt. L.
Colorado I. ft I
Colorado ft 8o
Colo. fa. let pti
Colo, ft Bo. 3d pfd.
Corn Products pfd
Delaware ft Hudson........
Da)., L ft W...
DaOTer ft Klo oranas
D. ft R. O. pfd
Brla 1st pfd
Brl 14 pfd
Osneral E lactrts
Int. Paper ptd
Int. Pump pfd....
lows Central Pfd
Kansas City go
K. C. 8s. Pfd
LoaliTllla ft N
Minn, ft St. Lt
M . 8t. P. ft 8. 8. M
M it. P. ft 6. 8. M.
M., K. A T
M , X. A T. pfd
N. R. R. ot M. bM....,
New York Central.
N. Y.. O. A W
Norfolk A W ,
Norfolk A W. pf4
Paopls's Oa ............
P., C, C. A Bt. L.....
prassed Steal Oar
Prae4 8. C. pf
Pullman Falao Car..,.
Reading 1st pfd, yftani
Reading Id pfd....
Repablls Stael pfd
Rock Island 00
Rock Iilaal Co. pfd...
huobar Oooda pra
t. u a r id pfd.
81. Loula 8. W
St. L 8. W. pfd
Bo. Pacific, ex-dl
go. Pact 8o pfd.
Bo. Railway pfd..
Tennssase S. ft 1.
Teaaa ft PaclOa
T.. Bt. L ft W
T , Bt. U ft W. pfd...
Union Paclne ...
Union PaclSo pfd..
V. 8. Eipraa
U. a Realty
U, 8. Rubber
V. 8. RubbaT P'd
C. 8. Btsol....
U. g. gtaat ptd
Va.-Cnro. Chemical ...
V--Caro. Cham. ptd...
Walla-Fargo Btpraaa ..
W astern Uslos
Wheeling ft L a
Wla. Central Pf
C.nu.1 Leather pfd ...
Oreat Northara pi....
Int. M-t. P'd.. ..........
!... ck.a.is gteal ...
Total sales tor ths day. 1.026,6u0 shares.
Ooverasneat Balaaea kwet.
'WASHJNOTON. April 1 -The crmpara
Uve statement of tha government receipt
c,Br.dituree for March. 1907, shows
to?ajT recelpU to have been 8o4,m.9il
aii the expenditures 343.6C'2.0U7, leaving a
!r.?T L mi month of 3119 M6. The
Small Hopes ..
400 111 11 141
. 41.100 1H
. 1,400 . II
....144,to 104 lot
TOhK. April 1 COTTON Spot
clreed quiet, middllii. upland. 10t6c; mid
dung guir. li !c; sai. 4tuu bale
NEW ORLEANS. April 1. IxjTTON
Spot closed quiet; sales 1.7X bales; low or
dinary. 3 IS-lie. nominal; ordinary, 6 16-14c,
nominal; good ordlnarv. gc; low mid
dllr.g, 9 7-l' : middling. 1'c; good middling,
l'V: inlildllng fair, 120, nominal; fair,
l.i'V. nominal. Receipts, 1,204 bales; stock,
147 4nl bale.
ST. 11 18. April 1. COTTON 8Uayi
ml'1d!lng. 10 11-lo. salea, b bales: rwoeipta,
1 077 bavles: slilvtueuta. U feaiss; stua.
26 3tD j tt,7t bales.
.. 6 t"0 l
.. l.l I
.. I 37
.. 1.4W II
..laa.luO UDS in
.. 3U0 14 14
46 KO 17
Brunswick Con. .
(oa. tal. a vs..
Horn Silver ......
Leadvllla Con. ...
- Statement of Pnblle Debt.
WASHINGTON. April 1. The rrumthly
statemt nt cf the public debt shows that at
the close of business March 80, 1907, the total
debt, less cash In the treasury, amounted
to 89i4.10o.no6, which was a decrease as com
pared with March 1, of 311.53s.asg.
Tho debt Is recapitulated as follows:
Interest bearing debt. tyu8.8Mt: debt on
which interest has ceased since maturity.
tl,uU6,3G6; debt bearing no interest, j 1, 646,642.
This amount, however, does riot Include
31,130,146,1) in certificates am treasury
notes outstanding?, which are offset by an
equal amount at cash which Is held for
(The cash In the treasury Is given as fol
Gold reserve. 2130.000.000: trust funds.
21,130,146,8u9; general funds, 81S0, 630.54S; In na
tional bank depositories. 31&,236.679; In treas
ury of Phllllptnes, nusi.ivi. Total, 31.648,
Against which there are demand Ilablil
ttas outstanding amounting to 31.24S.922.r-i
which leaves a cash balance on hand c
Evaporated Apples aad Tr1ed Fralts.
NEW YORK. April l-EVAPO RATED
APPLES Steadier, with holders of strictly
prime fruit asking higher prices; fancy are
quoted at 8c, choice at 7c, prima at 6V.O
6Hc and poor to fair at SHWUc.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS Prunes
show no improvement on spot. In aplt of
bullish reports from tn ooast. rnoes rsng
from 8c to ISo for California fruit and from
6Wo to 10o for Oregon. Apricots are In light
supply and prices are firm, with choice
?uoted at 18c, extra choice at leHr?19c and
ancy at l30c. Peaches are quiet and
barely steady, with choice quoted at 11 ?
liHo. extra cnoice at lai'So. fancy at 12'
ts13c and extra fancy at lS(nl5o. Raisins are
rather quiet, demand telng from hand to
mouth, but prices are firmly held. Loose
muscatel are quoted at eyiuc, seeded
raisins at 7qiuo and London layers a
NEW TORK. April l.-METALS With
the London market closed, metals were
quiet today, and with the except lou of tin
were generally unchanged, j in was higher,
with spot quoted at 40.'fl-t0.62J. an ad
vance of a little over 20 points on the aver
age. Conner continued dull and more nr
less nominal, with lake quoted at 824.764?
26.25. electrolytlo at 8H4.2WJT.S.OO and casting
si P'S ''.. topper exports Tor tli
month of March were 3,006 tons. Lead wa
quiet and unchanged at 34 00ft6.20. accord
lng to shipment. Spelter was dull at 3n.&f3
6.90. Iron wss unchanged. No. 1 northern
foundry being quoted at 35 PT.'S?6.26, No.
northern foundry at 324.2f.4J2R.78, No.
southern foundry at 221. 00 26. 50 and No.
southern foundry at 3a.OOi?60O.
BT. LOUIS, April 1. METALS Lead,
quiet, po.uB. opener, quiet, to. fo.
lo lMl H4I W
too 1 14 14
90J00 141 1M 140
1.10 36 t
l.luO to & 40
SU0 34 U 34
j, fur h nine months the preswnt
i wear Is over 3il MJ.ti0. One year
tha sirplu was a uu.e .ea ta.n s,yM-
oompared with March, 1906, the eus
totns reZTpti Tshow sn Inoreaee of 8l,X..f0.
InTenalrVv.nue an Increase of owttH
ftW and miscellaneous a surplus of 3192.0M).
The expendlturea for last month are trvsr
83.Ouu.O0O Vees thai for March, 1K06.
OMAHA, April L Bank clearings for to
day wre 31 iv.',iO 07 and for tlis correspond
ing date last year 8UH6.E3.17.
WASHINGTON. April 1 Today's state
ment of the treasury balances tn th gen
eral fund, exclusive of ti.a if0 OuO.uCO gold
leeerta, sh Available ia baUuoe.
SOUTH OMAHA. April 1, 1907.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Ofllclal Monday 4,0
i I Same day laat week.... 4.246
i Same day 2 weeks ago.. 6.3b3
I Mini dav 3 weeks asro.. 6.4ia
Same day 4 weeks ago.. 3.33
Same day last year 2.787
The followlnw tnhl shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs snd sheep at South Omaha for
ins year to uate, compared wun lest year.
1907. 1906. Inc. leo,
Cattle 2S4.00 247.434 26,612 ......
Hogs 623.249 6,6.97 6d.il
Sheep 610.167 465,277 44.799
Oood to choice corn-fed teera....26.2fi'g'6.i6
air to good corn-fed steers .nc ji.
Common to fair steer 4.0tiv4.66
Good to choice fed cow B.si'tri.w
Fair to good oows and heifers.... 3.0V(f8 26
Fair to choice stotkers Ik feeders.. 4.4t"u6.0
Fair to good stockers snd feeders.. 3."a'4.40
tVmnion to fair stockers 8 Of.;: so
Hulls, stags, etc 3 7&f4 40
Vsal calves 4.0O660
Ths followlns tabu rtia,re the average
price of hogs at Soutn Omana tor th last
several uUiys. with companions:
Date. 1907. 19O6.1906.1904.1903.!1905.1901,
March 22.1 6 16V
March 26. 6 07H
25 6 011 4 97) T 44 6 06
6 241 6 08 I 02 1 37 6 06
6 16 6 06) 7 24 6 14
6 131 7
27 6 IX
6 261 6 10 t 17
6 2 6 f 6 14
301 6 09 5 07
6 26 6 14, 4 W
7 i 6 121
7 IW 6 96
7 21 6 06
7 2S 6 97
0 141 V DO I M " ' I T li
6 1& 6 04j 7 29 6 6o 07
RANGE) OF PRICES.
Omaha ..t2.6r.fm.60 86.40fc6.60
Chicago 1.&IHU6.80 6.80H6.76
Kansas City 2.76y 80 6.7o(jti.6
St. Louis 1 "n.&0 .00ig.70
Sioux City I.00ii6.66 6.86t6.0
tJA i ix.t! Trier was a lair aionaay s run
of cattle, not far from ju cars being on
Under the Influence of a good local de
mand and encouraging reports from other
selling points the market opened early and
fairly active, with prices on beef steers
generally strong to loo higher. The pro
portion of fat cattle on sals waa not very
Urge, so that the most of ths offerings
changed hands In good season at the ad'
Cow and heifers were In fair supply;
still the offerings were not large enough
to be at all burdensome. The demand, as
was ths case with beef steers, was good
and the market fairly active, pretty much
everything changing hands in good season.
The prices paid were strong to loe nigner
than laat week's close.
There were oulte a good many stockers
and feeders on sale, but there was also a
good demand, anything In ths way of de
sirable cattle commanding strong price.
The bulk of the offerings changed hands In
good sesson In the forenoon.
..1171 4 34
.. HI 4 40
..1000 4 40
.. 411 4 46
.. Ill 4 46
..1041 4 71
..lost 4 10
..1010 4 N
..1181 4 tv
..1117 4 K
1103 4 It
1171 3 00
1177 4 00
1173 8 00
11M t 00
1140 t It
1107 t tt
IK. 4 I IS
1410 3 3S
...N1K1 I 63
. i . . ...
1007 8 10
HIT 4 00
ISO 4 00
Ill 4 SO
110 4 1
J17J 4 14
......1047 4 10
1061 4 18
Ml 4 II
1100 4 1
1060 4 It
...... till 4
sri 4 30
Ml 4 30
1081 4 14
10U 4 14
1K1 4 1
list 4 It
1040 4 90
......1041 4 Bt
1123 4 34
1318 4 23
...1M0 8 43 II.
... H 8 10 4....
... IM III tt...,
... 110 I tt 14...,
... 144 8 tt I...
...ion 3 80 4...
...lost I 40 10...
...11.21 8 60 10...
... 140 8 66 31...
...110 8 tt
... T71 I 10
...Hit 4 TO
...101T 3 70
11 1161 3 71
II K'4 Tl
1 S4 8 14
1 1160 3 71
1 1240 3 71
10. '. 1040 I 71
31 1001 8 3
14 1101 8 40
11 424 1 10
8 8 8 00 41 ITI I 64
1 460 8 00 17 410 8 44
4.... 670 I 10 1 660 4 00
6 Ill 111 3 470 4 00
4 421 I 10 t 1140 4 34
6 424 8 16 4 to 4 It
1 US0 3 N 1 1600 8 16
8 1610 8 40 1 1761 t et
1 1340 3 40 8 1640 I 70
1 1300 8 40 1 iOOO 3 14
1 140 8 40 8 1110 4 00
l im 4 oo t m t to
121 4 H 1 160 I 10
1 100 3 30 4 IM t 10
t 4 00 4 110 to
170 00 1 110 t 60
a MM 4 00 4... 160 4 40
1 10 4 31 3 16 4 40
1 170 4 60 8 :.. 150 4 60
BTOCKKK8 AN U . FEEDERS.
3t western ewe 114
'.'4 Colorado ewes l'!
t Colorado ewes lot
2i6 western lambs 80
9 western lambs "0
4 fftlrtr I ii , , . oa
LM Colorado lambs 94
44J western ewee 96
443 Western ewes.
830 western ewes...
216 western ewaa
314 western lmts
418 western lambs
269 western lambs
CHICAGO LIVID STOCK MARKET
Cattle Tea Ceats Hlgker Hogs Tea te
Fifteen Ceats Hlgker.
CHTCAOO inril 1 CATTLE Re
ceipts, 21.000 head; market 10c higher,
common to prime steers, 4.00i.OO;
cows, 33 251.00; heifers, 8 3 0041 6.36;
bulls, S40 4 40; calves. 31767.76;
stockers and feeders, 38.00(15.00.
MtiP Kecelpts. 20.000 heaa; maraei h
fJ16o higher: choice heavy shippers,
3.77 Vi C 6.80; light butchers. $6.1 1
6.88H; choice light, 6.804f6.82 Vai pack
ing, 38.26 4j 6.77 V ; bulk of salsa, 26.75 0
SHEEP AND LAMRS Receipt. 26,000
heed; market slow and weak: sheep.
34n6.60; yearlings. 86.2607.26; lambs,
New York Live gteck Market.
NEW TflHV. Anrll 1. REEVES Re
ceipt, 1.S92 head; steers more active and
lOiffUe higher, some sales 26c higher; bull
and cows steady to 10c higher bulla, 23.60'i
4 26; cows. $1.7(45.1S. Latest Liverpool ca
bles quoted live cattle steady at lfVj4il2A,n
per lb., dressed weight. London cable
Suot live cattle eteedy at UHl&c per lb,
ressed weight, and refrigerator beef firm
at 9V4o per lb. Export were 400 cattle
and l,6on quarter of beef.
CALVES-Receipts. 6.411 head: lower; an
sold; common to prime veals, 6.(alfs5.60:
soma eariv set es st sh.tmts.uu: runs, m.'x'u
4.60; few barnyard and fed calves, is.&frc
4.ou: dressed calves lower; city uresson
reals easier at S!3e ner lb.: country
dresssd lower at 6 rill io.
HOGS Receipts, 12,oi head: higher; Btat
and Pennsylvania hogs, 87.3ffr7.36.
untii' aa! LAM1s- iteceims. t.iis
head: sheen weak: larr.tis KviflSc lower:
sneep, 34.0US4.dO; lambs. 37 753.6b.
St. Lools Live Stock Market.
BT. LOVIS, Mo., April 1. CATTLE Re
celpts. 8.5U0 head. Including 1,060 Texans
market loo higher. Native shipping and ex
port steers, to.4tru.Ru; aresstm peer ana
butcher steers. I4.ku6.: steers under l.noO
pounds, t4.0Uiii4.66: stackers and feeders, 3.1.60
6.26; cowa and heifers. 32.6ryut.26; cannnrs,
9WZ.60: bulls. 32.6641-4.60: calves. 33.Mfc7.00
'ex as and Indian steer. 32.ftiil5.60: cowa
and heifers. 81.90iu4.O0.
HOGS Receipts, 8.000 head; market lfV
20o higher. Pig and lights. 31.0wS.66
packers, 34.164i6.66; butchers and best
. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1.200
head; market steady. Native mutton
33.26tftS.00; lambs, $4.0i3.00; culls and bucks.
Kansas City Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 1. CATTLE
Recelpts. W.000 head. Including 1.700 south
erne; market strong to 10c higher. Choice
export and dressed beef steers. 35.8S'cF.):
fair to good, 34.6nrfr6.26; western fed steers.
34.ssiits.iio: stockers and feeders, I4.O04j6.ui);
.Mill. .Iv. A,nAB.a , HM.f Al -n. .,.. " ' "
'., ....... i. m , . . ' , w., a , 1, w w n.
33.OOS4.28; native cows, 317(VS4.60; native
heifers, tt.6&-'g4.70; bulls, 83.204.60; calves,
HOGS Receipts, 7,000 hesd; market 6fEf7Ho
nigner. Top, .; uuik, ..4fVU-oo; neavy.
36.47V.a PO; peckers, $6.46&6.66; pigs and
lights, 36.3647660. ,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Rscelpte. 8.000
head: market strong. Iamhg, 87.407.0:
ewes snd yerllnrs. 36.8fV56.00: western ferl
yearlings, 86.0i(U6.90; western fed sheep, 85.00
li.uo; stockers and feeders, 3S.6O?jj.50.
St. Joseph Live Stork Market.
BT. JOSEPH. Mo., April 1. CATTLE
rteceipts, z.si. nead; market steady to
strong. Natives. 84.26w6.26: cows and helf
ers, $2.2634.06; stockers and feeders, 33.75
HOG8 Receipts, 4.270 head: market 64J10e
higher. Top. $6.56; bulk. 36.60an.62.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 7.23S
head; sheep lOfTZOe higher. Lambs. 37 Soii
7.s: yeri"-- tt3'(.ou; wethers, 36.0U(6.bo;
Host nv , Ire Stock MsrteU
SIOUX CITT. Ia.. April L (Special Tele
gram.! ca i i i-io Keceipta x-buu neaa
market 10c higher: beeves. M-Xi&SB: cows
bulls and mixed, 160034.60; stockers and
feeders. 33.fMj4.75; calves and yearlings,
HtxiS Receipts, 1.800 head; market 61 Oo
nigner, selling at Vi iMaW, duik oi sales,
Stock la Sight.
Receipts of stock at the six principal
western martlets yesteraay:
South Omaha 4.300
Sioux City 2,600
Vane-s City 10.000
Bt. Joseph 2,613
St. Louis 8,800
l-lb., 7V-4JTJ 86. Spinach. 81 . Snaked pees,
lb.. t; extras, s'.ieava.aei fancy, gl.Zwf
CALIFORNIA PRIED FRTTtTS Prunes
are somswhet nneettled by freer OfTertnr
iiunl vr.a ....a, t; ..a srm Omiioui of
moving upplle of Immediate grades; quo
tsilons rang from to to lo for California
fruit and from 6r to K0 for Oregon. Ap
ricots sre firm snd tt la reported that
offerings for prompt shipments are being
withdrawn: cnoi-w an siuoiaa st ic; ex
tra choice, 18V4ai9c; fancy, aHj30e. peaches
are unchanged, with choice quoted at 1)3
12c; extra choice. 12vlSo; fancy, 12,j
IJHc; extra fanoy, Uibc. Ralslr.s are
firm; loose Muscatels are quoted at Hic;
Seeded raisins, 9jj llo.
H1UF8 ANO lALfcOW-CnWB Sal'ed,
No. 1. l'"c: No. t. 9c: bull hides, let sreen
k. , J V I .1. r. X. . Tl . r, r . . . l
8 76; sheen felt. 60c31 26. Tallow, No. I
IHjc: No. i lKV Wool. EffSa.
FISli Pickerel. dressed. t. plka
areesea, lio ; woite rsn, a ressed, winter
csught, 13c: trout. 11c; halibut, 11c; salmon.
10-:; catnsn, itc; nerring. dressed, pan
frozen. 6c: perch, scaled and dressed. 7c-
perch, sklnnsd. dressed, heedless, 7c; crap
fles, round, ku9c; crappies, large, fancy,
tc; black baas, 26c; smelts, sweet and fine.
lie; eel, inc; oiu nsn. ioo; rsd snapper,
lie; roe shad, per pair, 80tl40oi frog Ipsa, 0ej
loostors, green, per io., lo; loostsrw, boiled.
fr lb., 40c; mackerel, Spanish, per lb., 16c;
mackerel, native, 86n per lb-
CURED FISH Family white fish, nee
usrter bbl.. 100 lbs.. 84.00: Norway mack.
ereU No. 1, 83u 00: No. X 328.00: herring, la
bbls., !oa Iba each, .Vnrway. 4k. 811.0a
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Aorll 1. WOOL
Steady; medium grades, combing and
clothing, 26iq2Sc; light fine, 20'fftc;
heavy fine, 16018c; tub washed, lOtVSsc.
.. 41T 4 40
.. 464 4 44
..301 4 41
.. 40 4 40
..124 4 40
.. 403 4 63
.. T 4 T
.. ISO 4 T6
.. Ill 4 30
.. I4 4 16
..luW 4 90
.... 14 4 64)
.... 461 4 M
.... 414 4 40
.... IM IN
....1114 4 40
....1173 4 33
14 TOO 3 0 II.
I 417 3 40 44
30 Ml I It 1
II 161 I SO M
4 411 4 00 46
3 tit 4 10 IT
13 tit 4 It 14
14 471 4 3S 41
13 196 4 M 34
I 4at 4 10 111
10 4S3 4 40 II
II 171 4 40 1
3 466 4 40
14 411 4 00 31
18 173 4 M 10.
34 IH 18 t
1 471 4 IB 1
14 Itl 4 46 II
It I7T 4 60 It
80 41 4 60
M steers. ...1001 4 60 9 cows KS t 20
10 feeders.. 876 4 40
HOGS Hogs opened loo higher than last
week's close, ths early sale being largely
at 8.47H4 50, a againat 36.27r3.40 on
Saturday. The demand, however, at tho
price wa limited, some of the heaviest
packers holding back and not trying to do
anything on that basis. After about half
the hogs had been sold and ths more urgent
orders filled ths packers who had been hold
ing back had things more nearly their owq
way, with the result that on the late mar
ket tt was hard to get over 16.46 for any
thing. Representsttve sales: '
Na. At. Bh. Pr. No. At. Ik. Pr.
Tl 1st 40 4 40 tt tn . to 4T
av. ... . . .aai in a tv ,i
Oils aad Hasla.
NEW TORK, April I OILS Cottonseed,
easy; prime crude, f. o. h. mills, 3oUjJ7c;
prune yeuow, r. o. D. mini; 4Ho- Petrol.
bum mi.m A -uAn4 W.v V L. ,o n. ...
uot, .twif. fliiru, . ' - " lull, n. AT, rilll-
adelphla and Baltimore, 88 16; Philadelphia
ana naunnore, in duik, i v. .Turpentine,
ROSIN Stesdyt strained, eommot to
goon, m w24.oa.
OIL C1T7, Pa.. April 1 OTL-redlt bal
ancea -3178. Runs. 871.673 bills.: average.
ui, no, num. ; snipmenia. iij ddis.; ay.
erase. Ifv3.667 bbls..
SAVANNAH. Oa.. April L-OILTurrn.
tine, steady; 67o.
.ROSIN Firm; quote: A, B, C, D, B,
14 20: F, 34.26: G, 34.30; I, 340: K, 36.16;
M, 85.20; N.. 86.26; W O. 86.40; W Wri5.6w.
NEW TORK, AprU 1. COFFT2K Fu
tures opened steady st unchanged price
There were no European cables to Influence
sentiment. Braatllan markets ware un
changed, and trading hare was quiet. Prices
were slightly Influenced by small orders. In
th absence of general business, snd ths
market closed steady at a net advance of
6 points to a decline of 6 points. Sales were
reported of 33. OM) bags. Including May at
8.7W8.ajc: July. 66c; September, 8 6uo; De.
comber. i.66c; March. 6.7ia6.7&c. Spot Rio,
quiet; No. 7 Invoice, 7c; No. 4 Samoa 3c
Mild, dull; Cordova, tfllMa
laisr aad Molaaee.
NEW YORK, AprU 1. BUG AR Raw,
flrrn; fair refining. e; centrifugal, ti
test. 864,0. Molasses sugar, 3o; raflned,
MOLASSES Quiet New Orleans, good
to choice, 87f4lo.
NEW ORllEANS. April l-JUOAR
Steady; open kettle, centrifugal, 39
3o; eentrtfugal whit, 4 3-14 0 4 W'S
centrifugal yellow, 3Hw4Ha aeoetida,
40 I 47
30 4 47
,.. I to
30 6 to
... I to
... 4 to
.. 4 40
... 8 60
40 I 10
... 3 40
... 4 40
40 4 40
141 140 tO
.344 ... I 10
...o ... i to
..lul ... 4 6
..111 ... It
..141 IH IM
..136 ... I W
..140 ... IM
..3s 44 6 10
..It 30 6 80
164 ... 4 41 II....
TO (4 40 4 46 tl
TT 3:3 ... 146 11....
17 tal 1 I 46 60....
40 374 ... 4 46 tt
11 364 ... 144 TO....,
tt IM ... 4 46 43
Tt UI 40 4 4t 44
T4 314 ... 4 41 Tl....
11 321 40 I 47 10
41 !4T ... 4 47 71 ...
64 ll ... 3 47 41....
4t ... 4 41 34....
tl 143 30 4 47 44....
47 2.1 ... t 47 48....
17 224 ... 4 47 44
M S.-4 ... 147 IT....
44 ISO ... I 47 34....,
37 14! 10 I 47 44
0 124 60 47 It....
13 171 ... 4 47 10....
11 lit ... 4 47" 76 ...
1 J7 30 8 30 1....
i tto to 4 te
SHEEP--Recelpts of sheep this morning
were very large, 106 cars being reported. In
other word, there were about 25,000 head
of sheep and lambs. Ths receipts consisted
largely of lamb and owes, thers being faw
yearlings or wethers among the arrlvala
Chioago also reported a liberal run, with
quite a little sprinkling at down th river
market points. As a result of th large
receipts and the reported break at eastern
points ths market here eased off. Ths
prices looked anywhere from weak to loo
lower than last week's close. Still In spits
of the large receipts and the weaker mar
ket, the trade, though not exacly active,
wa In a good healtby condition and a con
siderable proportion of the offerings
changed hands In reasonabls season.
Quotations on killers: Good to choice
lumbs, 7.fcdr7.0; fair to good lambs, 17.28
(frf.66; good to cholc yearling, lamb
weight. 8e6oQ75; fitr to good yearllugs,
heavy walghts, to. l'"&4 V; fair to good yesr-line-a.
htavr weixtivs. SC'16.10: eood to
ohoice old wethers, ta.6v 2t; fair to good
old wethers. 10 7.-41 sou; guoo to choice ewee,
35 41. 7o; fair to good ewe. 36.006.10.
luo Colorado ewee , 97
t0 Colorado ewee 64
6-uJ ( oloraiio eae , 1"1
1:U Colorado ewe 1 :
V4 CVloiiuiO ewe 1 1
lt'7 rsta iwtt 1 : 4
A weiia sees 1-4
. Elgin Batter Market.
ELGIN. 111.. April 1. BITTER Firm at
80c; sales for the week, 647,600 lbs.
BOOM TOWN DOWN EAST
Bay Staters Imblde Westera Ideas aad
Start the Circulation la
It Is not only In th west that towns
spring up tn th night. For years the little
town of South Hanson, Mass., has lain
dormant, unambitious and nearly decadent-
It has consisted mostly of unbroken forest
land, with a house here and there. A year
ago It woke suddenly, and there are In
dication that In a few month It will ba
a well developed city. Thomas Lawson,
A. C. Burrage and two or three other
prominent men are directly responsible fbr
the sudden awakening, but th discovery
that South Hanson pest could be turned
into a gas to drive engines Is Indirectly
responsible. Sammy's Neck, a barren
stretch of land. Is now th most Important
locality In the town, for it la there th
power plant has been erected, aad from
that sourc th town will dcrivs all Its
Factorleg have sprung up which will be
set going just as soon as the power plant
gets down to business. One la a large
porcelain factory, and another is a tin foil
factory. Sttll another will b occupied by
an electrical firm. And at another th
cement bricks are made from which all th
new bulldlnge have been constructed. Near
the brickyard a gigantic water tower has
been erected, from which th factorleg will
get their supply of water. Th tower I
of such a height that an enormous pres
sure will be exerted.
A new street has been laid out, with
houses going up thickly on tt, and the
one sparsely settled Pleasant street now
atrly bristles with neat homes, wher th
operatives of th factories will live. A
hotel, which wilt accommodat several hun
dred persons, hag been erected, and be
tween th hotel and the porcelain factory
a postoffi.ee Is being constructed.
All these changes have taken place wlthtn
a year, and the conser people of the
old Bay Stat are fp'-' Vng at these
western methods right 'leart of Mas
sachusetts. This boom t i will probably '
b known as Burrage and not as South
Hanson. New Tork Tribune.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Caadltloa of Trad aad Qsotatloas a
ntanle and Faaey Produce.
enna x ,
LIVE POULTH'V-Hens. lOHot old roost.
ers. 6c: turksys, 12c; ducks, lira; young
roosters, tiic; geese. 60.
BUTTER Packing stock, 19c; cholc to
isncy dairy, 1244240; creamery, vuhijmo.
HAT Choloe upland, 310.00; medium. 34.50
No. 1 bottom, 16.00; off grades. 86 00tr.sO
Kys straw, tf.w; No. 1 auaita. 310.00.
BRAN-Psr ton. 819 60.
PINEAPPLES Florida, 2S.O0iS.80 par
STRAWBERRIES Cholc Ttxas, 34 quart
CRANBERRIr-S-Per bbl., 84.KKS.50; in
bushel box, 31.&OU3.76. I
APPLES Northern Soles. Fancy Green
Ings, per bbl.. Ii8.n0: Iowa and Missouri Ben
Lav Is, 32.60; Wlnesaps, 82.00 per box,
COCOANUTll Per sack of luO lbs., SLGCj)
TRC PtCAL FRUITS.
FIOS California, bulk. 4Wi! g-crowa
Turkish. 14c; 4-trown Turkish. 11c; sVarowa
LEMONS-Limonlcrsv 300 and 366 sisa
30.00; ouier oranot. ouo lesa.
BANANAS Far medium slsed bunch.
c.ofo- 2: in moos, tz.oofjs ao.
GRAPE FRUIT-tMie 64 to 80. 15.60.
DATES Kada way. Be: sayers. 80: hat
lowls, 6c; new stuffed walnut dates, t-i
ORANGES California navel, extra fancy
176, 200. 216, 200 sizes. 13 76, fancy, 126. 169
sizes. 23.25; choice, large Sixes, per box,
BEETS. TURNIPS AND CARROTB-Pet
dog. bunches. 46fi60c.
TOMATOES Florida. 20-Ib. crats. 84 60.
LEAF LETTUCE Hot bouso, psr dog
t'L'CI'M HERB Psr dog., 81.60.
RADISHES Per doa. bunches, sSo.
PARSLET Hothouse, psr doa buocbsa
HEAD LETTUCE Southern, per dog,
NAVT BEANS Per ku.. 31. ot; No. 1
LIMA BEANS Per lb.. 6H0.
SWiEET POTATOES Illinois, per larca
bbl., 36.00; Wisconsin Rural and Burbanks,
65c per bu.: seed swset potatoes, per bbl.,
31.86, April 1.
CABBAQE Holland seed, home grows,
lo per lb.; new cabbage, per lb., 2Ho.
POTATOE Tabls stock, per bu., 00c;
seed stock, 7I.cfcll.00.
ONIONS Home grown, per bu., 76o; red
or yellow, Colorado, per lb., 2c; Spanish,
per crate, tl 90.
RUTABAGAS About 160 lb, to sack.
TURNIPS, CARROTS. BEETsT Pr ha,
76c; parsnips, per bu., 81.00.
CUT BEEF PRICE.
Ribs: No. 1, 16c; No, s, ra; Uo. 1 3a
Loin: No. L 16; ho. 2. 12c; No. f, Iva.
Chjck: No. 60; No. 2, 8c; No. t, 4a,
Round; No. 1. 7e; No. 2. 7o: No. 8. w.
puts: No. L 6M,o: Na. k. toi No. 1 4a
HON ET Per 34 frame. 31 MX
SUGAR Oranulaiwt can. In saeka. 88.311
granulated best, la Back. K U. '
COr Vk-a-Hoasls2, No. Mo pa ,
No. 2A 210 per lb. No. lio imt Iu. ul
tt. 16e per lb.; No. H, 13 per lb.
CHEI.oB New full cisam Wlsoonla
twin, l'c; nw full creaia brick, iroi
wheel Svlss cheese, Uc; blouk i
17e; '.Itnbergar. lau; Tounf Americas, lao "
CII'kR-Nsw Ifuik, baif barrel. bar.
NUTS-Callfornla walnuts. No. , soft
shell, llo; No. A, ft siir.il, ac; Li-aa.ia,
la413o; pecAns, l,.-c; tiiUsita, IV vy. p.
nuts, raw, rotated, 8o; Calif uinla si-
snonda hard shsil. i:'o; Taragona, 17Uo;
gO"ont;ts. 36OO ir loo.
CANNh-D GOoLii t orn. standard, wesu
srn, 6uiwmj; Mtlue, (1. 16. Tomatoes, 3-lb. can
1 46; SLStidaid 3-lb. cans, 31. 'Jl ftneatpple.
gistd, 2-ll., Btsddard, 62 a..!il 30; s.iteo.
l.7 a i fant-y imwsiian, l b., 2176; iv
to . Si 7. Gsilon ar"ies, futicy. $2.-Ji.)
f slif .i tiia Si-iicois, 4- i. hears, ji.lfcj i k
h fsi.y, 8J.7I.-3 8.40; L. C. pmi-i,.
m):M. A.. a saiiiiOB. red, H.15; j,,,. ,
I him-., fut ti 10; fancy sotaeyw. Cat. )i rl
f-al.'.J.eS. l"'lUr Wl, 11 Wt4-duf.
,,u.'J. 1- Sweet putst&4 f : 1 .
r .uiut. 9ou. PurnpailiS, 6, . ,1 vM:
Vi A loi.. 10 -V!w- Lltr.a Laai.,
Now Is th time to msks your wants
known through The Be Want Ad peg.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The National Land company to
Ephrlam W. Llaon, lots 28 to 48,
Kelley's addition 3 itl
Sam to Ellery R. Hume, lots 1 and
2 and othsr lots, Kelley's addi
Same to same, lot 8, Kelley's addi
Thomas Q. Breneman and wife to
Arthur B. Adams et al n38 feet
of lot 1, block 83, Florence 1,200
Robert O. Fink, county treaauror,
to Fred Sullivan, lot 82, Nslson's
Sams to Carolina Krause, lots 1
and 2, block 8, Mayne'a addition.. ......
Same to E. R. Hume, lots 1, 4 and
9, Miller's subdivision
.Same to same, lot 17, block 8, Or
Same to sams, lot 11, block I, Hill- -side
addition No. 1
E. R. Hume to Jennie V. Bovell,
Josephine H. Weldenfeller to Annie
C. Obert. lot 8, block 10, Summit
Northwestern National bank to
Ernest Weiss, lot 14. block I,
Jotter's addition to South Omaha. 1,400
Harry A. Tukey to Emll Fleschsr,
lot 8, Tukey's subdivision (00
Anna Kettnacker and husband to
John Ho (T men, part lots 7 and
8. block 14, Improvement Associa
tion addition 1,800
Henry Realty company to Common
wealth Trust company, lot 8,
"block B, Horbach's subdivision,
and other lots.... 1
Rev. Richard Scannell to St. Ce
celia's church, nl91V4 feet of
lots 18 and 19, block I, Park
A. G. Edwards and wlfs to E. C.
Hodder, lots I and 10, block 8.
Frits E. and Menso B. Darling to
Marshal S. Newklrk, nlO feet of
lot 4, block 63, South Omaha. , . .
L. M. Bowers and wife to Nors E.
Melvln. lot 10, block 4, Bower's
E. R. Hume and wife to Belle H.
Dunham, lots 14 and 15. block
3, Monmouth Park :
George Dewey and wife to William
H. Gates, lot 11. block 24,
Kountte Place '. , . .
F. W. Cermtchael to Louis A.
Hitchcock, lot 11 and 12. block
98, Dundee Place.....
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer to
' Charles Ladd Thomas, lots t, 4,
6 and 7, block 116. Florence
Same to asms, lot 20, block It,
Sam to same, 40 feet of lot 11
and n20 feet of lot 14, block 9.
Lincoln Plaoe ,
Same to same lot I to 7, Middle
Sams to same lots It to 17 and lot
i ana xo. block tin. ursnd view. ......
Same to same, lota 18 and It, block
2, Roster's addition
Same to same, lot 8, block 85,
Mke Morley and wife to Edward
Glstn, s40 feet and nl20 feet of
lot 9, Barker's Allotment , . 121
Mary S. Atkins to .Harry L.
Mitchell, lot t and w7 feet of lot
6, block 7. Jerome Park.... 1,800
winiam sawyer ana wire to lennl
iVi of lot 2. block 26.
Emma Sawyer and husband to Den
nis cusning. nH of lot I, block
26, South Omaha 108
Sarsh H Dunham to Martin Dun
ham, wSt feet and aH of lot 22.
block 6, Kountse dc . Ruth' addi
John W. McDonald, hertff. to
Edward W. Human, blocks 161
and 162. Florenoe 1.711
Edward W. Homaa to Myron L,
Learned, same 1
W. Far nam Fmlth to -Agnes J.
Webb, e86 feet and w70 feet of
lots l and I, block 8, Kinicom
Place , 4.000
Jsme A. Hurban and wlfs to
Francis K. FlUrerald, 6t feet
of lot 1 and 2. How' addition.. 1.T68
City of Omaha to Georg Forgan,
trip adjoining lot 1. OrifTla as
Northwestern Mutual Life Insur,
sncs company to Jacob Katie
man snd M. Tatel. w97 fest of
lots 28 and 29. block t. Kou&t-.e
A Ruths sdflitlon 7.009
ftabert O. p'nk, country treasurer,
to Maine B. MCVmibs, ski f.-et
f lot 4. block , HorbAub' fc--..l
a Jin loo