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THE O MAI I A DAILY REE: WEDNESDAY. MAhVH -4. 1!(.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MUT
Wheat Strong- tnd Higher oa For
WAR EUMOES EXCITE EUE0PEA53
4 nrn Firm Aloaa; sslta nknt mi
Teasoorarllr at Least
Iu: Rrrml glaaap la
tincon r.'g-wr; twed extra short. I (' ?7Sj.
r r im... ff'Tr-. sh"rt finr. I'l .
f'l I. I'll V cj .net . i M k-r.s. LV . sprles.
u t-H. ca li7--; duck". 14c; . ti-iC
H''TTKK-H.w. irmrrr,. joUc.
EJ;i Higher. 17i . rotiM
Receipt". Sh.pIT" nts
T-'lonr. br.'". ( 14i
Wi.-at. bj W.n
'frri. I. 'i 4; nm yi. in
Oats, hu 4A5t"J 44. in
SEW YORK hKTRAL MRKKT
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market Showi Plainly the Remit of
Redaction of Short Intereit.
U.MA1IA. March 13. I.
(..(. i niAitfil strung and higher on nn
expecied utg.iei' lacblrt All European mar
kets were cp ot. ixitt'd war timi and
IIk isllea r 'ii c1si:c J a I'lMi fur renewed
buying im Ibis inre.
The cAh situation wan regarded much
better, a Inquirer were more riumetous
and for larger uirounui.
Corn wa stronger with wheat and showed
better strength, aa prim have been fulltt.g
steadily loM and a reac tion n In order.
Whrst started firm, to h'gher and tl
vtr nl steadily wltii outside maikets rn
new that n mora favorable to t)i bull
side. Receipt weie good, but there Is a
better demand on the optn market. Way
opened af tl.tes and closed at 31.00V
t orn held steady, but was considerably
firmer owing to . & better rash feeling.
1 here report af a livelier extort de
mand and bolter prWA, are expected fer
ire next few day. May corn opened a&
w',c and cloned at Cc.
Primary what receipts were 47S,ono bush
els and shipments wen M.('" bushels,
against receipig last year of 4.Mi bushel
nd shipment of JIT.O'JO bushe:.
Corn rece pis were Ms.Ibi biihe!s and
snlpment were S!'.'."! bushels, sgalnst re-
Ipt lam ear nf CT.ViO bushels and
shipment of 47! ' bushel
-earnres were 3in.it a) bushel nf corn.
11n.oj bushels of oata a.nd wheat and flour
H';al to Ili"."" Illlhl.
I.'.erpiol loned lSd higher on wheat and
?f1 l;laher on corn.
Iral rat-jre of option:
Open. High i Ixw. C'lofo., Yea y
V Teat- ! I I )
My...j 1 n't 1 "'! 1 , 1 "U 1
miv.,.1 c: .. .. cv,
Oat i i 1 I I
May...' .M 51', M ( 51W
Omaha ( Price
llll 4.41 4.RAI AU PHOVl'IO.NS
l ea tare of Ike Trading aad t'loalag
Prleea sa Board of Trade.
CilK'AiMI. March 3! Revival of r
talk unoernitig th" Kulkan aiiuatloii n J
an improved export demand hukpiI
strength In the wheat wrk"t ht-r today,
pries at lie clie l'lng up Srtic to Vole
ompated with 4attf'lH.V final pjiitaliona.
Corn, oaia and prnvlsl ms i losed firm.
Trad in the wheal pit was not tH-cially
active, but the market-w aa Hrin through-
ut ihc .niiie eeoaion and piios moved
ivi r a range of in aily lc Several mi;d
PUrtR occurred during the day on covering
bv l, ri and at th close prices were al
niosi ilt the lop notch. 8trength of the
hat maiket a.1 l.iverinil and Budapest
HMd cr"i damagrt reports from Missouri and
.Nebraska aiso auamented hulllKh sentiment
I'jritig the dav My ranged between II IM,
and ll lS while July aold between Sl-'C'a
nd tl.'kS. The maiket closed strong, with
Mnv at lUSVal.W and July at $1.3S.
Notwithstanding liberal receipts and a
poor demand Cor ih cash, grain by shippers
and i-xporteis the corn market Was firm
all dav. oaing to active bidding by shorts,
offerings were neagv-r throaghcHit the en
tire pension, liencand was chlcfiy for the.
J i.v delivery. Cash com w up ijJc. The
maikei ciosted firm at net gains of 'nftiSJ
(umpured with the previous close. May
being at SSVii'ifWc and JiUy at r"iV",iic.
oats were firm on boring of the May de
Ilverv by cash interests. The market was
influenced by the firmness of wheat and
corn. At the dose prices were up V'f'a O
V and May being al Hy and July at
Provision were firm all day owing to a
general demand based on a 15c advance in
the price of live hogs. At the cloae prices
were 6iTV" to 17V- higher.
The leaamg futures ranged aa follows:
Articles. Opoit, High Low. Close. Yeg'y
May July '
1 is, I ,, l lH 1 lSu
1 M 1 W', 1 o:.! 1 tC,
TStil ' TV!-0',
tii'1. 6V tioW'oS v
K.'t I wVi, &
Mnolallona nf the Hay
XF,W YnP.K. Marvh 2S.-t R-R-cfipts.
bbls : fxr'ri. I o bbls . mar-
k"t dull and barelr stdy; Minnesota pat
er ts. avnii; wlr,tr straights. R TMiS.i;
Minnesota hikers. 4'S4.7f, winter extras.
4'ii4tki; winter !teqts. ta.iofiCOrs winter
low grades, t; r,i4 oi; Kansas stra'.gbts.
.-."fin i". R - f.nur, steady: fiilr to .
14 IS-a."". choi - t i fancy. H6.V1I 75. Buck
'. cut ti n,', dull; l."ir: a per l ' lbs.
CORNMKALi Steady : fine white snd yel
low, tl MtVyl.tii., coarse. M.siil.&o; kiln dried,
l!VI-IHi!l; No. 2 ne'trrn, IWc, f. o. b.
MARI,Ky eVendv; malting, 7ir7!c. c. I. f
New York; feeding. 4'i;Tic. c. I. f. New
HKAT RTipts. 2 hu. ; exports,
V.V b-j. Spot. firm. No. 2 red. tl 22,
l elevator, and II t'V f o, b.. arioat ,
No. I norUirn. Iuluth. II ?. f. o. K,
aflst; N .j. 2 hard wint- ll f. o. b..
afkrL Khrp advances were scored in
wittat today as a tesiilt of hlaher cables,
export talk, higher outside markots ard
adverse crop reports from tin- winter wheit
belt. Commission Ih'Usi snd shorts were
good buyers all day and last prices showed
Sc net advrtncp. My rJosl at fl. iV1 and
July at II. US
CORN Receipts !.' hu : exporls. 114 WW ,
n't. t-pot. firm: N i4'c, elevator, and
7I4c f. o b . afloat; Net. I white, nominal;
No 2 yellow. 73-. f o b.. aflost. The
option market whs wMnout transitions.
losing isfic hie.ier July cHosed at TSse
and P' ptcnilr at 7?sc
OATS Receipts. 47. bu. Spot, rssy;
mlx'd oats. to .I's . iHtfi7': natural
wluto. .fi to Ihs , 57"3.''Sc-; clipjwd white.
Ti.' to 4o lbs . ftiiMc.
HAT j j iet; N". 3. &So; good to choice.
IIII'CS Dull; Mogota, lfr'alhrc; Central
1 KATH KK Quiet; acid. 234'u.5c.
rRoVltSIONH-Beef. qu:t. family. Ho.Oi
mchs. in.3iij'ii mi, beef hams. I.4l1,vu
2b O'i; packet. 114 i"il4.b0; city extra India
mess. tJ.Vi'rrX.iu Cut meats, pteady; pi' ki"d
bellies, $..;; pickled hams. I10.2o 10 j".
ljiid. firm: western. tlU 4j10.So; refined,
firm; continent, IW.7n. South America.
Ill.ao; compound. $s.l2vl'fi.?t. Pork. stead ;
family, lis 5 "n V au; short clear, 1,9 Scud .5";
T A LJ-iOVV tl ady ; city, !2 per Pg I.
dTsi ; countrv ipkgs. freet, ,'c.
HlC-Firm. domemlc. fair to extra, 2,
t"'': J.ipan, nominal.
Bl'TTKR Klrm; held, creamery, common
to s;-i lul. LO'jJ'A'.
KCKi.S Kirm ; state. Pynnsylrania and
n'arhy. brown and mixed fancy. y9-ytii,c ;
Rime, fair to choice, !"t4ilec; western
fusts. i:Sc: seconds. lSMyiic.
POl'LTRT Alive, firm, chickens, broil
ers. 3CrtiU3c ; fowls. IS'TlSc; dressed, firm;
chickens, Uc; fowl. 1Va16c; turkeys. 14
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
Staple and Fancy Prod ace Prleea For
nisbrd by Bayers sad Wholeaalera.
Bl'i"l Kli Craamary. No. 1 dehveieti Is
the retail trade in lib cartons, lie; No. 1
in fllMb tubs. JuVxc; No. 2 In 1-lb. cartona,
tUc; in ft.'-lb. tubs. 27to?: packing stock, lie,
fancy dairy, tuba, IMwi.c; common roll,
freab u.ada. 3uu. alarasi change avary
KtiUS Fresh seUli.g slock, candled. XsJ
He No storage slock In Omaha market.
CHi-hiSli ii.est Wisconsin full Cleans,
twins, lac: young Americas, in Doop, 16c;
favorite, I lu hoop, lac; daisies. 20 lc hoop.
)o'c, cream brick, full casa. lac; bloc
bwia. l&c; full-cream Uaiburger, lta.
Beef Cuts Ribs. Na 1. Inc. No. 2, lie;
No. t, IVkC. Loin, No. 1. lsc; No. t 14c; Nu
1, lie Chuck. No. 1. 7S(c; No. X r,a; No.
t, ec. Round, No. 1, c; No, X. .c; No.
s, Tri. PUle. No. 1. c. No. 1 c. No.
POULTRY All v, springs. Uo; nana. 10c;
cocks, duck. lci,t; geaae. c; tur
keys. IK; pigeoDk. par dos.. tic. guinea
lowis. per dux.. U-oO. squabs, per do.. V4.
Liessea. bens, lie, springe, U)iic; cocks,
(V; ducks, lie; geese. 11c; turkeys, tic,
FISH Whlteflsu, frosen. loo; herring.
IVtc; salmon, iuc; p. sc. c, jxcaerei. JU,t;
trout, loc; cat flaJi.. l(iljc; halibut. K, red
snapper, lie. black baas, 2oc; crapptea.
tc; perch. c ; codfish, Uc; smalls, c; aoia,
lac; lobsters, green,' c; bolied, 4oc; frogs'
No. i rib. 17Hc; No. I, i3c; No. . J-c.
No. 1 loin. leic; No- i V"; No. t, llo.No.
1 chuck, 7H'. No. X 7c; Nc. 3, tVc. No. 1
round, Ss?; No. 2, i'; No. , tc No. 1
plate. bw ; No. 2. Vc: No. 1. 6Vc
HIDLts No. 1 green, -c. No. i cured. lOe.
bllcA'.Vfah.RrtitJ--Jc per qt.
VAC? EFFORT TO EXTEND RISE
Needs of Hears eesn to Re gatlsfled
aad Period of Dallreao F.asoes,
Mhlrh la Followed by
NEW TORK. March 21-Th stocg mar
ket today showed quite plainly h effect
of the reduction of the t ort Interest which
has brought alout the driving to cover of
the bears of Jreeterday and, Indeed, ever
sin.-e the Introduction of the tariff revision
bill Into congress. Home attempt was ramie
today by the professional element to ex
terd the advance, but the amount of stock
for sale at the higher price levels provd
an obstacle. The needs of the shorts
seemed not to be so urgent and the market
lapse. Into extreme dullnews and then ran
off rapidly. There was some revival of
uneasiness over the Balkan situation abroad
and London was a seller of stocks here on
a moderate scale.
The position of the professional elemen.
as defined by those operating on the long
aide of the market, was that the tariff dis
cussion had entered on a stage where It
ws not likely to attract lively Interest for
a time, while the spring recess of the su
preme court tnsu-ed exemption from an In
fluence that has proved disturbing to specu
lative sentiment with the werkiy recurreme
of the decision day for the court The de
gree f.f discouragement professed bv varois
authorities in the steel trade Is calculated
to arouse s me caution among proff ssionals.
who take these statements ss confirmatory
of Information on which stock market
action has already been taken. Due notice
was taken of the decision of the trunk line J
miii'isH iu introduce toe rsie on grain lor
export to meet the competition offered bv
ihe Canadian lines. The strength of New
Yoik Central was ascribed in part to this
news. The renewal of the rate cutting in
the contest over the differential rate be
tween Boston and southern trunk line
terminals was not considered so satisfac
tory. Advices from the copper trade were
of more cheerful Import, sales for two days
PHt being greater, according to publistiel
claims, than since the early part of the
month Amalgamated Copper, however,
was one of the heavy features of the mar
ket. Reading also was a drag on the at
tempt to lift prices, and the droop In the
price of that stock directed attention to the
reassembling of the conference over anthra
cite miners' wages during the day. Tns
most effective factor in the direction of de
pression came from the New York Traction
group, in which heavy liquidation and an
unsuisported state was again evident, fol
lowing on the decree of foreclosure sale of
the Third Avenue railroad. The Incld'-nt
served aa a reminder nf the discouraging
effect on the demand for stocks likely to
result from such episodes. The purpose to
await the decision of the Hepburn com
modities law cases, the Erie bond Issue snd
the more definite shaping of the tariff legis
lation, la promoted by the fear of slmllsrlv
disturbing effects of these fsctors until they
edged securities. Kaffirs and foreigner
Home rai's. however, t ardened and virtu. 1
Trunk was quite strong under bear cov r
Ing. Amerlcsn securities tuo. dropped he.
low parity In the foreman nlv recovering
a fraction prior to the Wall s'n-et opening
New York, however, rs sed vslies in the
afternoon and this caused a steady close.
BLRL1N. March J-Triing on the
Bourse today was light. Iron and o.
prares and American securities were firm
The rest of the list was irreaular.
PARIS. March 23. Prices on the pnirs'
loday opered firm on the advices from Niw
Tork and the end of the strike of C.e gov
ernment telegraph snd postofflce errpio.s
loiter they he sme heavy on continued
anxiety over the situation In the Balkans.
ew York Moae Market.
NEW YORK. March 2S-MONKY on
call, steady st 1VsT2 per cent, ruling rite.
1 per cent; dosing b'd. 1 per Cent, o'fered
at 2 per cent. Time loans. 'Iimr; sun
days, it per rmt. ninety ri. iVi-!1 per
cent, pix months. 3 pr rent
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-! Vu 4
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady st de
clines, with actual business in barkers b.l'.s
at M WifoA.Vno for sxty-cav h;s and at
S4 SMrt for demsnd; commercial bills, H ads
SILVER Bar. 50Nc; Mexican dollars,
H nds Government, eHady; railroad.
Closing quotations on bonds were as follows:
W.Int Vet 4cj 1i
WltlM. M M 4V :t
11 .'span 4 .. M
!"1S eo 44 ;
l't do Id aeries K B
ff'llt l si lt .... ti
L. 8. Hh 4n Ittl . S
l"' LAN unl 4. . 101
S'VSHI . K at imi
. nt si 11 g srf. 4 . . MS
. do fen 4ca Sic,
.K'Ai Mo Fi 'tic 4f t.
. si'sN. Y ('. g JV,, M
I'tc, do deh is
KS 1 on 4c, nf i;n
rri4N y n. m. 4 h.
OMAHA LIVE STOCH MARKET
Killing Cattle of All Kindt Ten to
HOGS SLOW, BUT LITTLE HIGHER
at Price that Are t.eaerally Tea
to Fifteen Hlaher Tbaa
SOI TH OMAHA.
Official Monday ...j
Estimate Tuesday .
Neb.. March 23
I S rrf Is.
I' r re
4-i t iupoo
l 4 rag
Alu-Oial 1st hr ... .
Am. Ag-tcultural .ss.
Am 1 4 T r 4
Am. Toba'o 4a
Atrttison gan 4a ...
lo L lt 4a . ...
di 0. 4 ,
do r a .
A'isrtie c I, :n 4a
Bai A Ohio 4a .
do s. w jc,i .
Rrk Tt. fv. ta . .
' anada fi lat 4a
entral of r.a Aa
'Antral Leather Ka
'. of N. J La
"he A Ohio 4Wa
(Tilraso A. J',
I' P A Q )
M A S P ( !
C . R I A P. r.
il3 r'l 4a
X A (' L I
olo Mid 4 ...
ion, n. (a
. M N. g- w 1st eon.
. lV4No Pacfir 4a
. ' ado Aa
D A H. e 4
lo in ret 4a
I) R 0 4s
gr.e 1 4,
do sen 4a
do 4a aer A..
do aeriea H
Gen. E:ec rr ha .
111. Can lat rf 4
. l'n. s L rtdr r s
.. I"T' Ptntl. r IS Mia . "S
. . S" con. 4a i' l',
.. 117, riadin sen 4 ....
l -si S' L. ar r fg 4a. K
... :sst 1. W c tt... 7
. . sk dn aold 4 ... MS
W H Pebo rd A L 4a .. ASS
. " ". Piclflr n. 4a... "
. . t:Vj do urt ref 4a l
4a. T"fo KasIr ,ic ill
... MS gen. 4a 7'i
AiS I'nion Parttir 4a
Two da( this week . . 4 AT 17 11
Same das lsst weg . .U.W 19 49 Y...xA
Samediy J weeK ago. .1" 23 M 1" 376
Sitme day3weeK ago.. A 9'2 1 3 i
Same dav4wecks agj.. t.6-8 12 71 17 7i
Same days last year 7.611 12.' 1.33
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year lu date, compared wlih last year:
10 i45 Idc. Dec
Cattle ?)!ctl S21. !WS ll.tSJ
Hcga M7.'.7 TTti.SIS . . L.1.J61
Sheep 37C.472 319 S7 6i.0
1 ti following table sliuws the average
price of bogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Pat. !!. !lw. 1;V7. I".!li6. 1S4. 1'3.
March in. I 52V 3 I t 11 4 Ai 5 IV 7 25
March 11. 6 4" ' 4 34 75 ', 4 An S ll1 7 29
March 12. ; S 4s-- 4 :a 6 . 03 If, 15 7 31
March 13 6 47V 4 37 12; 4 ' I 7 34
March 14 1 4 45 6 AS A 11 4 71 ! 5 15 7 2s;
March 15. J?1, 1 6 a.'' 8 M 4 91 S i
March 1 ' A 4 45 A 4A' 07 4 41 5 15 7 20
March 17 ' 55 1 4 54 I I 11 4 5 04 7 10
March 1 A 4:V 4 fv' 4 1 5 01 ; 5 ' 7 OA
March 1? A 44 I 4 A3 A 4 A l.v I 4 9S! 7 19
March fi 44 I 4 AA A 4" A 17: 5 nn 7 33
March 21 i 1 4 73 A 25 A 19 S 13 4 92' 7 3j
March 22 A 53 4 14 A la 5 i 4 9:-1
Marc h 4 79 6 IS1 6 25 i 01 4 97! T 44
The cfficlal number of cars cf slock
brought in loday by each road wss:
iniuf. nogs, eneep. n r .
4a S A" A raf 4a
.... !Ht'. A. RuM- a ..
HS I S Steal M Si .
SVS -Caro Ohem. 5a
74 Wihash lal Se .
US do 'at A ei 4 . .
fn W'ealem Md 4a . . .
A... AJ Waet. E;r rv 5a,
. . M Wii. Certral 4 ...
U D ft, n r. is .
KluSC. A a rfg cf. As.
Quotations furnished by Samuel Purns.
jr.. km ,fw york ure ouiidmg, omahs
A eerr CoTpany .
Cut of Omaha bnnda 4Sa 1AS
f'Ugiaa Countr 4a lAi .
UU City Malt rmran. 4 pr rant ..
lrd Tal la Mt tsi fd benuai
kanaaa rity F.r. A Light 5a '.til.
C, M. A SL P
Missouri Pacific 2
I'niun Pat iflc ;vi
C. & N". W. east 4
C. St N V.. west 17 ,
C, St. P.. M A- O ... 11
C, H y , east 3
C, B. & y . west 30
C, R. 1. k P . cast... 11
C . R. 1. A P.. west.. ..
Illinois Ci ntrtl f
Chicago Gt. Western 4
Total receipts 12:
The disposition of the day s receipts was
as follows, each buer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
i 17 oil
f 10 15 I
ID 53; 10 4t
I 50 T t 4o
c:' ' t to
t 0 Tt)
17 10 I 17 R2V
17 724 K A2Si
17 72' 17 AS
io rv; io rvi,
1U 10 STH
Cash quotations were ss follow:
KLOCR Steady; winter patents, l-OiWg
f ; stralgbts, f&.lotA 2: spring itaients.
tA AF.'g ); atrsighta, fi.litfa.X; baker . ti oi
RYE No. t. 7KV-
BARLEY Feed or mixing. 3ti3Vc; fair
lo choice malting. edlfoWc-SEEDS-Flax.
No. 1 southwestern. 11524:
No. l northwestern. II 644; timothy. I3.W;
clov er. $9 or.
PROVISIONS Meaa pork, per bbl.. 117.70
4T17.71. iJird. p r ! Ihe.. IV) 17'-, Short rlt.
side (loose). tvTMlSITH: short clear sides,
(r-d i. I5'tia24
Total clearancea of wheat and flour were
etisl tn 2190ik bu. Primary receipt were
47.a bu . comjiared with 43,rto bu , the
corresponding day a year ago. The world s
v sible supply a shown by Bradstrect s.
increased S27n bu Eslm1ed receipts for
tomorrow: Wheat. 57 car, corn. 1' cars;
oats. 104 cars; hog. 2S.ci head.
AE4TrlF.lt. IN THE C.RATW BELT
Peaalfcly t'weettled ' for TATedaeaday
aad I.ltllo (baage la Tesaperataro.
OMAHA. March 13. 109.
Toe- presaur contmues high over the
i.imrv east of the Mississippi river and
the wrathtr is garvrrally clear everywhere
ail of (he river. It continues generally
ImiJy throughout th central val.eys, and
hgiii and s altered precipitation has oc
tuned in trie extreme upper vailieys within
Ih last twenty-four hours. A barometric
t.epreion overlies ihe southwest and con
emus are decidedly unsettled throughout
tnat section, with iigm rmna arid anows
faii.r.g in aoutliern 1 lah. aou.hein ,NViaU
and nrlh-ii Anion. Temperature condi
nona tonlinue unusually even for the sea
son over lit entire country, no important
nange ha'lng occurred in any aectlon since
in preceding report. The depression over
ine sciuinwesl w ul probably cause unsettled
weather in this vicinity hy Wetineeday, pre
ceded by fair lordght, with nut much change
tn ten-.peiat-aur Xouigni oc lAojneaday.
Record (. leipperatare and precipitation
otnpared with th outrespuruiing dacy uf
tne lal lhr gears: -
. . 1& la. I,?. Vf
Aim, mum lemperatur 4J 17 4s 23
rrectpitatton .09 .Ui ta) T
Murmial lempeisiure for lousy. 40 degrees.
Dwfit'ieney in preclplta.(ion since Malta 1.
t it of an inch
lief:ciency corregpondlrca; period In I9ut.
p 55 of aa inch.
Oefitteiiry i orreapotidlng period In Iv7,
0 J ol an Inch.
L. A. WEIH.' rxal Forecaster.
ftt. I.owl 4emerwl Macracrt.
ST. LOC1S. March ZS-r-W H EAT Higher.
trak. No 1 red, cash, II i 1 SJ4, So 2
hard. I1.12VOI 1": May. tl l."s. July, tl cvV
AllRN Higher; track, No. i caah, sac; No.
J whit. wi6V', May, kjc; July. aV'Sc.
OA1 8 HigiK-r: Hack. No. I rash. S;c; N'o.
white, Use. May, a4c; July, ec.
RYE Nominal, t-c
FLOl'R l'nchange.1: red w Inter patenti.
ciga4; extra fumy and siraigcv
Ia20tiat; baid winter clears. i iuv
SEE1 Tiiiiolhy. t-VajiTi.
BRAN Steady; sacked. eat track Ilia
HAY-S(rady; limothy. tsnilci. pra;rie.
tj t till ls.
.ON' COTTON TlE-gS0.
B AOiilN't: 7c
PROVISIONS f. rk steadv: Jobbing.
I'.T &. I-rd higher: r"-im steam. is.i'.i y
lrv sail o'-ais liislier, h."ed xlra Nhrt-
424. clc.-e -.t. U 7. short v.caia. .v jv
Visible Sapply of lira lac
NEW YOlK. March 23. Special cable and
telegraplilc conimunic stlon received by
KiBdstreet iio the following change In
available supplies as compared with pre
vious account. Available supplies: Wheat.
I nned States, eiuit of Rockies, decreased
45.ui bushels. Canada, decreased 232.'JO
btislx-ls. Total I'nited States and Canada,
decreased 173ts bushel Afioal for and in
Euro;, increased '.. bushels. Total
American and European supply Increased
Corn: I nlted Ptstes and Canada, de
crease d ''.cko bushela
Oats: I n. ted States and Canada, In
creased 534.0HU buahela.
The leading decreases and increases re
ported this week follow:
Decrease: Manitoba, 411.000 bushel; Lin
coln and vicinity, 175.0ir. buahels; Louisville.
154.n bushels; Chicago private elevators.
TS.OVai bushels; Owen Sound. 65,000 bushels;
St Joseph, M0i bushelsc
Inerciise: Milwaukee piivste elevators
Kansas City Grata aad Pravelalaaa.
KANSAS CITY, Mo . March 23 -WHEAT
I'nchaneed; N'o. 2 hard. tX10f(.i7; No I
hard. l.cTl.lS4; No. 2 red. ll.So.ii'1.31; No.
3 r d. l.2-il J.
CORV 1 'ncliMnrcrl to t-e ln. x? a
pilxed. AlAc: N'o. 3 mixed. tZSc', No. 2
write, we; .o. 3 wnue, b-c
OATS 1'nohanged; N'o. 2 white, t4-Sr4c;
Nil ! mixed. ai4itf634c
If A Y Timothy, buc higher; others un
cliaiigcd; choice timothy tlO.ftlH&O; choice
prarie. ts Tatif oo; cliohe alfalfa, ii.'aV5i..o.
Hl'TTKK Creamery. Joe: first. 2Ac; occ
tmt;. 2v; packing stock. 17c
EtlOS Extras, lie : ruirent receipts, flat,
164c; seconds anil Uirtien. 1:41.
Wheat, bu '.00 iio.0
Corn, bu .Hua 21.i.'5
Oats, bj A.'"k 12.&0
Mlaarapelli lirala Market.
MINNl-lAr'OLlS. March 23. WHEAT
May. 1114; July. 1114',. Ctosh: No. 1 hard.
11.16V No. 1 northern. I1.1&V No 3 north
ern, ti 131, : No. 3 northern. II lW 13.
SEE1-Flax. 11 i4
HRAN -In U'Jik, US OiajrCllo.
FI l'R Slow ; first talents. fi f4Jf Tf
second patents. 16 tblrf. 5. first Clears, 4.3
ii4 45; second clears. to.la4 2S.
I.lTerpool Ore I a Market.
LIVERPOOL. March 23 -WHEAT-6pot.
teady. No. 2 red western winter. As 44d :
futures, firm. May. & rd. Juiy, ts Id,
September. 7s l'j1
CORN Spot, firm; new American mixed,
via Galveston, aa lid. futures, steady;
March, nominal; May. as V
rBORlA. 111. March 23 4VRN Higher.
' No. 2 yellow. tkV; No J yellow, 4c. No.
I 2. 44c ; No. X. t4vc. No. 4. S4sj.V; no
j grade, ii-t'e.
OATS-rirm, o. I white. My; No. I
white. i."(lV; No. 4 while, aisc; siavnd
Dalalk I. rata Market.
IMUTII. March 23. WH EAT May.
fl 137; July. F.' 14. bid. No. 1 northern.
n.li'V No. t northern. i.U; September.
Oils aad Roala.
OIL CITY. March SL -OI l Credit bal
ai.iea. II. 7S. Rc'.n. l!i.47o Mils ; average.
I lanuM bbls. Shipment. J ! bbls.; acr
I age. 21J.& bbl.
j SAVANNAH, Marih a.-oll Turpentine.
1 firm: 44is:c.
ROSIN - Cum y Kt : B. 12 2t: U. 14 3.
E. tt;': K. H 45 ts U3"4. H. ; 1. M
K. Ife'i. M k.o, N, ti.'. WG, AiK, WW,
they sre out of the way. The effect todav
on the general list of the slumr In the local I Kanaaa cit Rr. A LaaM mfi!
tractions was moderste and wa long In ! Kacaas City R. Ligst. com
asserting Itself. That and the perception JraAa Te.epione atock
that advance brought Increasing offerings i?" 6 ."J ' . .,..'.
of stock, for sale undermined the market. ; 't A pT.", .:::::
ihe money market was appreciably f.rmer. Omaha A ro. muff, st Rr 5a 114
in response to ihe continued withdrawals ' Omaha a 10, Blufra At hj. la itta
of gold for export. The foreign exchanee j Omatia A (. Rlutfa tt. Ry , eT- ai-dn..
market yielded somewhat. In response to ' Orrah A Co Biu'U gt. Rr . com 4s .
the lessened demand for remittance, with ' 0,r,h A r piuffa Rr A Brlitgt. rd 4i
the increased demand far fund here
Bonds were steady. Total sales, par
value. t2.AA.OA). I'nited States bonds were
unchanged on calL
Numoer of sales grid leading quotation
on siocks were:
Amalgamated Copper .-
Am c. a r
Am C. A r. pfB
Am I'ettoa Oil
Am. H. L. r'd
Am. lo Securities.
Am. Linaeed Oil
Americas Loenmotivs ..
An. Locomotive pfd ..
Am. g A R
Am. P AR rW
Am. Augar Refining
Am. Tobacco pfd
Anaconda Mining Co.
A: laock Cosat lane
Raitlroora a Ohio
Hal. A Ohm r'd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Canadian Pa ihe
Central Lea' her ptd
Cantrsl af New .lsrae?..
C fceaapask A Oslo
CBtcago ot. W
Cbuago A N. W
c, m. a t. r
C, . C. A 84. L
Colorado F. A I
Colorado A So
Colo a go lat ptd
Coin. A Ao. Id pfd
4 om Produrta
lielaware A Hudaon
LeDar A R!o Grand..
tv R U. pfd
Planners' Sacurltlaa ...
Ens 1st pfd
Brla Id pfd
Great Nortftam pfw
Great KoruWn Or etfs
Int. Mai. pld
Iniamailocial Pagier ...
Inl. Paper pfd
Kanaaa City As
K. c go. prt
Lotlietlll A N
Mian A At. L
sf . At P A A g. M . .
Missouri Pariftr .
M , k. A T
M . K A T pf4
Nee York OsBtral
X Y . O . A V
Nrirtharn raclho ,
T . C. C A it. L
Pressed Steel Car ......
Pullman Palace Car....
Raileay Blast fconag ...
Republic Steel pfd
Ror I aland Co
Rock Uland Co. pfd .....
Si. U A 8. r M aid ...
At. Louis 8 W
tt. L. 8 W. pfd ,
Bloae-Abefleid i. A I...
80. Pacific pfd
Aa. Railway pfd
1 jt Fmfinc
T . St. L. A W
T . tl. L A W.
1 niou Pacific
I nlen partrtr pfd
l" g Rnbrjer
I . A Rukoer 1st pfd.. .
I' 8 Wtaai
t Steal pr
l is ivfpar .
Vt -Oarollns Chataicwl ...
a -Cam. Cham. IA
W eat isgkoeas Klaetne ...
Anlrrn I olotl
V. healing 4UI
w isc'Hiaia Ceatrsl ......
Am TAT. 'a
Total sales for Ik day
Omaha Water Company f :;t
Omaha Water Company a !
Omaha W'ater Company 1st pfd,
Omaha Water Ooaivany 2d pld .
Omaha Hoard of Trads B:dg. Aa . pfd
Omaha Board of Trade Bldg. ,Ce- aatn..
j state insurance company
Sales. H'lh Low Cloat. I Aouth Omaha Aewar Sa :f-A . c
: 7-S SS ', I ?tc. Jn.rii Pank etock. Hilda. .......
Vl 4I" t 4S 1 Awlft A Co . ea-d .f.
It I fnef.dan foal As if 21 ....'...."...
Sloui C'ty Stock Tarda, ptd ".
Trl State Land ce . pfd.' (ernntrlbn bonua)
1'nton Stock Tarda Co., stock
Vnlos Construction Co., Ksntaa City
f!iS 1 1
1 m :"
t 0,0 vus
,n 1 as
' 1 its
i i's -7;s
I.oodon Stock Market.
T O VIVV Vfa..l- e t 1 .
"Pened dull and below parity today. During
the first hour 01 business, -the market was
ga ; easy and st noon prices eerr from to
4it, below yesterday's New f,ork closing.
i ts ; ionaon " losing stor ks:
Omaha Picking On...
Swift and Company...
Cudahy 1'acklrig Co. . .
Armour A- Co
S. A- S
Vansint & Co
1-obman A- Rothchllil.
S . 1 Stephen....
F. P. Lewis
Huston ot Co
J. B. Root A- Co
J. H. Bulla
I.. F. Husz
H. F. Hamilton
M. Hngt-riy A Co
Swart & Bolen
l.SvA 1 792
Omaha's Democratic City Council
THINK IT OVER
Crur ctlixcns hgre ttpry rca-aon to lt primd of them gnrt the trcord they
hart? nude ag "THK 11KST tlTV tH Mil, dMAHA HAS KVKK HAH." a
ougrht to help rc-elcil thom If you believe In Weeping in office niesi tho have
tMvn tried and found to be Hue iprewcntatitew of the people.
A.MY HAXSKX, Councilman Kirwt Ward.
l.KK imilHJKS. Council Serond Ward.
L. B. JOHNSON, t'ouncilmnn Fourth Wtrtl.
(aOODLKV K. IllU rhKK, Ouncilman Mrth Ward.
". 8. KHELTHJN, founcllman Sixth Ward.
A KM A JACTiSON, t'ouncilmnn Seventh Ward.
IR. JOHN" C. DAVIS, (Aun llman Klgihth Ward.
.THOMAS M(-(tOVFN, t'ouncllnutn Ninth Ward.
PKTfcK K. K I SASSK.lt, ttiuncilman Tenth Ward.
M. K. H NKHOt SK.lt. Councilman Eleventh Ward.
M. U KNDKES, t'otinrllnuin Tttellth Ward.
They hare given a bnAlnesisi.like administration of city affairs.
They have paJd off more old debt a than all 4ther Omaha lily CotinojlA,
they baviag paid fv!7,04K of old bonded debt and $110,000 of old warrant
They have reduced lave an affirrefrate of .1.V0 on each thontutnd dollar
of Omaha property during their term of office, as compared with the former
three years of Republican rule, and have Issues I no bonds to pay running
pente ma did the preceding administration.
Fnder this administration, more miles of new pavement and more Mocks
of new sewer and new sidewalks have been plai-ed than under any council be
They have placed and have kept the city n a cash basis. They have pec.
mitted no over-laps in city funds, thus no tleficlta.
All transactions of the City Council are held in open nice ting;. So tar
No corporation lobby at this Council's meetings. They have been free
from corporation domination. Fair-net- of treatment to all has been their
watchword, the humblest citiien recelvinji the same courteous treatment a the
largest corporation lawyers.
This Council has been free from prejudW and fanaticism. They have en
forced the laws and made many belter tnes.
They have KTAntexl more police and (riven lietter fire protection.
They have Installed in the city more than SIO new electric street light;
this with less taies.
They secured a contract whereby garbage ( removed free to all citiiens.
They have secured the oening of Twenty-fourth ttreet. Several other
They have secured a viaduct to cross the railway tracks at Bancroft gtreel.
They have secured a reduction of Telephone and Electric light rate.
Among Ks moat notable acta has been that of acquiring the Lssvi Carter
Park Omaha's future greatest park.
They have secured universal street railway transfers.
They have secured the renmval of unused street car tracks.
They have secured the removal tf eliM-trlc light and telephone pole from
the down town streets.
They have secured the removal of unsightly street signs from sidewalks.
They have redeemed all platform pletlges.
They are not politicians, only three 4f them were ever candidate! for any
public office other than the owe they now hold, and only two of these ever
held public office before.
Hy giving to the city a business administration of its affairs, they have
re-e.tabllshed confidence, thereby Increasing real estate values and encourag
ing all building tHpration.
You ought to vote for them. They need your support. Tolls open from
12 m, to A o'clock p. m.
Democratic voters In any of the wards can vote for all of them at the pri
maries March SO. They are to be nominated by the city at large. ADV.
1 , 3'
... I 4' 1M
... l.l.n its
... I, Mai 4
... lA.4'a) 14S
. .. S4.ua
I J 'i
... i.l" 112S
. .. l.ivm us
14 est 4i
. . I 4S
. 1 11
1 ' s
VUS 1 Cc'naola. money
nS I 00 aocnuni
11V do pfd
!: Waltimor A Onie.
5S Canadian Pac 'lc.
liilS C)ieaapake A O ..
:. ' Chicago ci. W ...
At',"' chl.. Mil A St. P
4', l Basra
17k ' banter A Rio O
MIS V pfd
74 ! Erie
.12 ' do lat pfd
A.-, I do Ad pfd
"S Orard Trunk
71 I lll'.coia Csotral.. .
:f I bom rr Ilia g N ...
:S I SII.VKR Rar.
tSM .VAT 4
AS 11- X. V Centra! ltS
... 'SNorfolk w A-'S
. .1S do pfd IB) I
...!A Ontario A s
- 111 PannsvlTania g s
...171 Rand Minea TV
. . 7'.SRea! r.g IT
I gouthern Ry .. 24S
.14tS do P4 AS
. Its gout ham Pacific :tl
. 4'Slnlon Pacific :A4ti
.. AT do pfd. s:s
JfSf. i. Ataal 45S
. I do pfd 1:1-,
. Si Wahaah Us
!" do pfd 45 s
.144VApaniBa 4a ms
.lilSAmal.' rappar 7 IS
steady at 23Sd per ounce.
MONKY per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market
for short hills Is ZsS per cent: for three
months' bills. !l-16JfH jer cent.
Sew York Mlalag Stork.
NEW YORK. March 2S Closing quota
tion on mining siocks:
sBrunaalck Coo t
Com. Tunnel slock . . tt
do bonda la
on. csi. A v t:
Horn Silver tt
"S Leadriila Don 4S
Talloa Jacket ....
Baataa Storks aaat Beads.
ROSTON. March S Money, call loans, t
ti3Si ner rent; lime loans. B4P4 per rent
1 t osTee Market.
NKW YtiRK. Mrt-o 2? - c't.r'KKE-TI.e
niarkct fi.r c, ItVe t.icnea ";ci'd ettady al
ua-hugc1 prtcs-a 11 a ce lit.e uf I pcmis
and cl.aed stradc, net u-i hanged Sale
mere reorieJ of la -.al h. Including
Min ri at U11 at ; Seprem-
. t- r at 'a ai'-l I'- 'il.Vr at a '. S;.-.-l
I if .. .1, , ' . --...-. lS-Vi.
j c . Al-il c ..'Lx, C'tiij.a, r"ai.-.
Atchiar sdl 4s.
do aa .
Atckisoa a. g
Bust oa A Albany...
1 hoaios A stains....
j Boston glevaleA
I N T.N HAH
( I n. on Pacific .
I Am Arga Chea - -
1 do pfd
j Ana Pnes Tvh.. .
Am T A T
Atber Al solan
fianinios: I g 1 ..
R4iaoa Klac 111m .
Maaa Cleclric ...
ni-d PraM ....
Idled A. M
I' A t eal
do ptd .
A I isms
Anaoa Cot ....
. lOS' al. A Anions .
..lWSCal. A Hacia ..
raa Copper garcga .
..It Pair Wast
. :st)reana "a una
.. r lala goeala
. At hlaa. htislng ..
ISHichiesa .. ...
1 -as Mofcaw. . .
..KISHont. C. A C .
laScMd tleailBiaa .
. . S'sroJa
. . M Pares
. . tSTaiaa.-cti
. . itS I'stts rVsyaar ..
. Wst' A Mining, .
..At C A 041
.. tsSt cah
. .l." Victoria
. . At Woisarlfi
. AeSNonh Suite ....
OMAHA. March 23 Rank clearings for
today ere 2.iC ASS V snd for the corre
tpond.ng date last year tl.S.SJ 070.12.
BOSTON, March 2S.-Wl.iOL In the ab-
,L J sence of heavy domestic tocks. local won!
- 1 1 ru Inr. a I , .A . V. t j .
..aii.avTivnn mix; v-'ii i uc iu iiir iumj;n
product, whtl" in both llns the demand
exceeds the supply. Healers are eagerlv
awaiting the arrival of the new clip and
I advices from the west show an advance
Mo 23c for Montana and Dakota wool on
1 the sheen's hack Verv little rtf Ih. .v.
i"i I "ock ,s Available and transactions are cun
3s I fine1 lo An'll lex a. There Is a steady d
iw I mand for pulled wool st firmer price for
' I ll TV... 1..,.;.... ,t..
j.i, ,.-.. ii irnuniK u'niieaiic g licit al toll s
laiiKi as ioiiows: uomesuo wools, ixtio
nd Pennsylvania fleeces, XX. 34tgXc; X.
2i'.ac; No. 1 washed. 3A4r3!c; No. 2
washed. 4i3r; fine unwaahed. 23rfi.k ;
half-blood combing, 31c; three-eighths hliiud
combing. 3fc; one-quarter blood combit.j;,
!ayix'; delaine, washed, nafic. Michigan,
WifCOneirt. New York fle c-s. fine um-
US wasnetj, onc; aeisine. uitwaahed. i2:c,
t'S half-blood, unwashed. 2S'n'J'c; three-eighths
4s I blood, ung'gshed. 2o; one-guarler blocid
rSH'Jw. Kentucky. Indiana. Missouri, threo
ngt.th blood. 2A6-c: one-quarter blood,
2-ti'2ec. Scoured values". Texas, fine. 12
month. eVo-ioc: fine, i to I months, nigi&V':
fine fall. 4sti&)c; California, northern, ijj,
2c; middle county. 5oj62c; fall free, 41&4V-;
Oregon, eastern. No. 1 staple. SJJjdc: east
ern clothing. Xiia7c:; valley. No. L 410'K':
territory, fine staple, 6:wuic; ftn meduim
staple. i'ai2c; fine clothing brs'tfc; fin,
medium clothing. .Sy'uv: half-blood, ijinic.
three-eighths blood. -. AiSc; one-quarter
blood. iyitJc. Pulled: extra, tiafiiic; fine A.
.tA'J'12c; a supers. jiO&oSc.
LoNfHiN. March 2S Wt Iy The offer-
aS i ings at the wool auction sales todav were
:sV , largely ros0re'ls and amounted to 14.37
bales. The demand wag animated. Amer
icans Umghr l.isii bales of medium fine al
prices from 10 to 1 r lent shove the
January sales. Home buyers paid 7Vaio
per lent advance for coarse grades. The
few Merinos offered were in brisk demand
at advancea ranging from 10 to IS per cent.
Today'e sales fulkvw: New South Wales,
'i bales: greasy, lOdjyls 2d, Queensland
1 i"'i bales; sixjured. Is ei'4l 1(S1; greasy
axdiirls liHd: Victoria, pa) bale; greasv,
Ildjls; West Australia. 7iA) bale; greasv,
AdmiB New Zealand. s.Srti tmles; scoured
lldgl 6d: greasy. 4Sdo'.s 2 VI. Cape of
Gd Hope and Natal. bales; acoured
lldnjls 1VJ; greasy, A;pS4. Punta Arenas'.
! bales: gieasy. 7V1SJ1.
ST. IXH'IS. March 23 WOOL Market,
nominai; medium grades. combing and
clothing. SiBji'4c; light fine. 17trAA,:' heavy
fine, ljrrn7c . tub waaoed. jtc.
Total 3,126 ll.nrsi MM
CATTLB J'.ece:pis of caule were nioci
erate again thi morning, only lit) cars
being reported in, as against 2V5 car on
Tuesday of last week and 37'.' car two
weeks ago. At the same time other mar
ket points were lightly supplied and ad
vices from all direction were encouraging.
Buyer of beef teer were out In the
yards early in the mornlrg and the market
mi active on all desirable kinds, with
piices loful&e higher than yesterday and
around 4oc higher man the low point last
week. Everything- that would do to ki.1
changed hands :n a very short time at
the advance noted.
Cows ang heifers were als in active de
mand snd they too sold pralfvc higher than
yesterday, the moderate supply being soon
exhajsied under the free buying.
There were comparatively few stocker
and feeders in the yards, but they met
with quite ready sale at prices that were
a Utile higner than yesterday. A feeder
buver paid a high a to.40 for very good
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice corn
fed steer. S$.a&1; fair to good cornfed
teers, $5 toil'' en . common lo lair corn-fed
heifers. 4 4oj 35; fair tl good cow and
heifers, J3 75'ti4 4"; common to fair cow and
steers. $4 6.io4o; good to choice cows and
heifers, 32.23 75: stock heifers, 33(rg4 26.
veal calves. HlicX&7.2; lulls, stags, etc..
12 7L4I sS; good to choice stockera and feed
ers. H .Soil 5 26; fair lo good dockers and
feeders. (4 mnji't 61; common to fair Blockers
and feeder. S3.254.0(.
Ke. At. Pr. Mo. A rr.
14 Ill 4 41 I tit t 2A t
I MS 4 SO It I "! I SO
t Ian 4 Ii 11 I 40 '
I V S i t '.ill I 40
4 in t Ot 11 1 t 75 ,
7 '.Tie I ' t 11 I tM
41 n o 5 ; A ,. i.40 t Ao
io i'i t ;a ia iji i is
it i;i i a ' t n't t
I I.ONT-ON Msnh 23-Money ass war.
1 on tiie market todar. preparations for the
j mor.ili end reetr.elirg supplies, discounts
mere hji4. luslnesa on tne Sto. k eg.
- l.ang in meager and the lone was le
' firm cairg io pi oflt-i iking. pr.nr-ii,:ly ,,n
' c mnc4ica, Sv-counl, i,Kn atLeclcd gt'i-
Sagar aaal Mslaaaes.
NEW YORK. March 23 Sl'QAR Raw.
steady; fair refining. I 42c; centrirug'.
t test. 3 .'; molasses sugar. 3 17c. re
fined, steady; No. i. 4 lie, No. 7 4 J'K-;
No. i. 2ii; No. 4 20c. No. 10. 4 lac
No. 11. l ine; NO 12. 4 tar; Ko II, Otic;
No 14 4 Otic; confectioners' A. 4ii;
n.ould A i sue; eat louJ. Jc; crushed,
( Sir; powdered, 4 Stic, granulated. 4 ..
I Ulies. i 1 Oc
MOLAS3KS Steady; New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice. 2trt2c
Toledla Seed Market.
TOLEDO. March a.-Sr.EIS-Ck.ver.
rash. Sine. March. Ilor, Af-rli. sAac; Cleio
lr. Avf,-. .o. 2. AiV; No. 3 i.:-7V- ; re-
cted 5 i.V; nigle.-ied. 4 7.V. Tlmouiy.
prime, 11 Su. Aikialc. l-iioia, Li.'jlL
t Ill 1 at ;; 1015 4 At
4 77 3 10 t M4 4 AO
1 K0 I Of I I2A 4 At
4 A40 I AO luit 4 i
3 I 71 1 1 .'.7 4 tt
1 lu) I A" 10 7t 4 AS
4 101 I to A '.(.tl I 7
I l:W 4 M 12 lit 4 71
t .lmn 4 ( I Ml 4 7t
4 t"5 4 ( 10 11M 4 t
li !"-.A 4 t 14! i
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ie i'"4 i ts it I'.m i ui
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I fl'' I 7t tl Mil t ao
I 714 4 1 t 770 t 10
1 71 4 ' 1 '.) 14
I tt 4 Of. t l'W t li
4H 4 3 1 ;., t U
I It'll 4 U 11 144 I to
1 1'HO J 7t 1 14A0 4 tt
1 110 t 75 1 If 4 tt
1 '9 I 71 1 mo t 3A
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ll A. I 70
t AO ti 4 4 7t
4 i I 74 4 7i
4 t 1 114 4 :t
4 tt ! 11 l lo
4 an 1 t;i 4 ti
A ill 17 it 4 e
. io4 4 ti an i-,4j i a
. Aai 4 At lit ! I a
A. a 4 hi 4 . 071 t ot
. I'l 4 an J ........ . 444 I r
.r'lT W 14 om ( J.,
A40 4 At 4 fff lu
. 11 4 41 1J tii A U
. Stl 4 10 11 t n I U
. 7tt IM 2 :i II
HOGS Hufi s-jid around ic higner thi
momlrig, but tn trsde was slow at the
advance. Salesmen all had pretty strong
Ideas and were determined to force a much
advance a possible, while packer were
very reluctant to he hog go any higi.er.
As a result, buyers picked out here and
there ruch hog as locked good to them,
paying price that war largely ic higher
loan yeaterdsy. On the rtner hind, in a
good many easea. rhey were bidding no
more than steady prices With receipts
large arid with salesmen holding on for
stronger prices, U.e movement sit nat
urally slow and the forenoon was well ad
vanced Mure i ery much bus.oess was
While ihe market was at na time what
might be called sells, the hog kept sell,
lng and by midday practically everything
was cleaned up. The big buik nf all the
hogs went at o!iji65 and on up as high
tie. Aa Ah r Ko. A. Ah Fr
AS IT . . A It at 1st t li
IM tao . 24 . 4U
. . "t ! w : tm hy t FA
74 lat ... A sv 71 l.t ... t al.
M 171 ... 4:, II .. .. 174 ... I '
l: tut ... AS 71 l',A . . A AA
A' 11 . A lo 41 740 It IH
r. ii to t ;t. tn . t .'
At MT 11 t 47 S M 140 m A Af.
A JOT Al A 4"s o IAA ... IU
tt 14 40 t 47 s At. J'4 . I
so t7 bo f in 44 a; ho t Ms
49 214 40 I AO 77 217 :t0 I &7
A 40 Ik 41 2)4 ... A J7S
7 lBt ... t to ' S'l . t S7 s
At lit 110 t SO 11 I'S AO A MS
1A HJ ... t An 77 I'l ... t In
Tt ft 40 t SO A' 37 . . I to
V.. fl 4 fc 77 HO ... Ill
f" 1T7 y Ul 7f 12 . . I An
77 Jf I . t so At rA to an
t7 Ut 40 t I It lf.7 . I so
A 2IO . I H 72 -11 40 I so
80 1I AO I SO M l?t . I So
11 til ... I SO A 211 40 t AO
A! Ol . I pi 7S V 40 I go
Ill 40 t S A 2'l ... I so
A . ...it . . A so 71 tyi i m
St .. t4i i: tn 17 y. :?i ui
17 -rr t so t:s an n
M 'to n At ; 40 i in
7t r 110 IS 7 to -to so
74 Ill hi . to 7! 1-7 ... f do
74 '4 . I SO lit 131 . . Bo
75 Ill AO t SO 70 144 A. (CS
77 tot 10 I SI 1 til 10 t IS
t i4 in so it i:: . i
111 AO I hi t HI 4 I IS
fl ,."'4 40 I SI A4 HI ya'i ICS
J5 I- . A AO AS ;47 ;i I Hi
T' 107 40 I As 71 .... 24 c I IS
t H ItMil 77 2.- . 4 al
7a to so I SO li fan 40 I It
At HI !' t SO IS 20 ... su
Al 144 hi t St 11.. )H ... IS
At IH . . t AO 14 N7 ... I IA
' 144 .. A An At :! 40 t IS
as m so i as a; i:t ... t to
n 14 41 I i.s t IM .. 70
77 307 .. t S2S Af. ill ... I 70
!4.V IT I MS 40 .. . 24 . I 70
77 114 ... M 12 . ,
71 tot ... I ft Al :4 ... I 70
o . . i ss s tai ... t 7t
74 217 1)0 111 71 1st ... 70
o 1S4 4A I SI II 0 ... Tt
A. J a IU Af J2A . t 71
I' Ill 40 A At AO i n
Tt 114 to I U At I'l . 71
A" IM AO A It AO AO t 75
St tl It 4 tt I" 124 AO t AO
u tii i 17 n ... t so
A! Ill AO A At - It 171 ... ho
AO )04 10 f tt It tut ... Id
A4 XI ... IS At 171 ... at
11 Kl IM I IS
packers K6Mff.(l); butchers. 3A!iirr7.10.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 1.700
head, market. 10c higher; native routtona.
H TTViiiW ; lamlis. tVi.frt'aS tiO; culls and bucks.
33 5o'ij,v4f; stockers. H2iVfi4 2S.
tHICAtiU I.ISK STOCK MARKET
( allle AteadyHogs und Akeea Steady
. to Higher.
CHICAGO. March 23 -4-ATTLE3 Re
ceipts, estimated at I.tti head; market,
steady; steers. la.iitfJT 15; rows. I4.0tr&6.7;
heifers. ti.ifyijA.iti; bulls. 7i7iyoii.a; calves.
H.-a-liASr.. stockers and feeders. t&BTil6.4.
IKxjS-Receipt, estimated at 13.o head,
market, stead to 10c higher; choice heew
sliipplng. o.!K.l7.i: butchers. o,gir7.nfi..
light mixed. 3o.7Hj6 HP; chok-e llait. H.gfrd
AST.; packing. 3o.7.Vn4 SS; pigs, 36. 26636.
bulk of bale. $'.. TTi-tl-o !i
SHEEP AND IaAMBS Recellts. tl
matcd at H.iBii hesd; market, steadv to
loc higher: sheep. t.1rraiu; lambs, t7..ftr'
8 20; yearlingB, go 6irr7.oti.
Kaaaas City LIT Btoek Market.
KANSAS CITY. March 23. C ATTIE Ro
ceiiits. Initio head, incljdirig 7to southerns;
market steady lo strong; top. if. Art; choice
export and dressed beef steers. HlMJiVSii;
fair to good. 3fi ai-,.p.i: western jsteer.
34 Vio Ah; stockers snd feeders, 33 Abiit to;
southern steors. $4.iVu"..Ci0; southern cows.
C.itfifW SO: native cows, 32AOrio A); nstn-e
leif'Ts. 1.('iJt;. 24'; bulls, 33.206.00; calves.
IKKiS Receipts, 14ai head; market be
to l'V higher: top. 3196; hulk of sale. KM
iS 9o; heavv.',& 96; packer and btiich
ers. 6.5'i!: 90; light. Vi.5(-r.77iA; P'rs. 36 1
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, S.fjr:
market 5c to liic higher; lambs, a.ricji7 70;
yearlings. t' 26'o7.)ri; wether. $A.40jj;
ewea, titoflcj'; stockers and feeders, 33 54
riMtivf lite sneep market so far thi
week ha been all lhat seller could aak
for. Yectsrdavy price wm up at a rapid
rate and in Lhe lac of liberal receipts Lnis
morning, the market showed still further
advance of It? 16c. In addition to being
tugner, the trade was active and practically
everything In sight changed hand by 3
o clock lu the morn. rig or oou xfier. ii
was. in faci, a most saiUiaviory market
Good lambs sold up as high as 37 71, with
the big bulk of all C.e lamb in sight bring
ing 37 5--TJ7.7.. Vearllng sold as high a
17 00. While there were no old wethers of
any oonseciuene offered, they undoubtedly
would have sold higher in the same propor
tion as other kinds. Knes sold very largely
at tib&tJST'i. All these prices were the
highest of the momb and of the year to
Quotations of sheep and lambs: Good to
choice lambs. T.5jr7.7o: fair to good lambs.
17 a7 fjo; good to choice light yarllngs,
3fi7fy7 1o; good to choice heary yearling.
3"ii3'7 on; good to choice welh'rs. 36.7a
OP; fair to trood we-hers. 3o&ciJ)5 75; gotid
to choice ewes, 3o 90476 Sii ; fair to good
ewes, )4 ,!ycjT .!; culls and bucks, lZ.Wg4 0
N" Av. pr.
62 western ewe M 5 ss
IS western lamb 71 7
faj weatern ewe I n ;o
n western ewe 13b S 70
3 wcxiern lanilx fit (50
245 Colorado ewe si I
244 wetern ewe 1T1 5 '
3 wetern ee 11-i 5 ')
1W wetern wethers and ewe 113 5 11
J4A western ewes I'M A 7i
M western ewes M?, 5 us
214 w estern lam he 103 7 30
11 western ewes, culls 102 4 trt
3 western ewes, culls, l'"i 4 no
21A western lambs .. 75 7
o-'l western lambs 7A 7 2R
4'!A western ewes 'i? b AO
fo aestern hmbi 7S 7
SI weatern lambs Si T A'
24 wetern lamb 7
117 western ismt 74 7 4
141 westi rn (snobs AA J ,vi
IU western Is'mrs 7 1 5o
lso tern lamb 7 7 Tl
K west, yearlings snd wethers.. i 8 7o
Sll Mt-x. yrsrlir.g and withers.. 7A 7
.'ml western ewes AS i 40
164 west, yearling snd wethers . A2 A it
H western eaes 73 3 i
AJ', Mexlian larrbs ; 7 o
12 Mexican lumhs. cul's u A .',0
?J Mexlon lmi C7 7 (I'l
2!1 weatern lamb 7 7 !'
144 western eaes 7" 5 2-i
Sen western ewes 77 5 2",
40 wstem lambs 7 7 m
A western lambs, cull M 3 r-n
I m.stern ewes Vi J t
377 western ewes 104 Ml
33 western ewe, cells It I 4m,
11 western wethers 1)1 ibj
1 western lamb w 7 ut
C weatern yearling lis A ,1,
tlosi ritr l ire Stack Market.
SICirX CITY. Ia.. March 3 (Rpeelal Tel
egram. ) CATTLE Receipts. 1 KO head;
market 10c higher; beeves, M6tvfj77.00; fat
corns, and heifer. 33 Airfie.60; feedtrs, 34.009
I. AO; Yearling. 33 OfAja bfl.
Hong-Receipt. 2.bo0 hd: mkrkgi to
higher: range of prices, 16. 264.73; balk' Of
sles. 3.6lHiij. 65.
St. Jnaegk l ire Stork Market..
8T JOSEPH March 23 CATTUB-i-Re-ceipts.
l.OOu head, market !? higher; steers
t4.7&4i3.AS; rows and heifers. 33- si 50:
calve. (3 5o7.
HChJS Receipt. 8.600 hesd: msrVet Be
higher; top, 36 : bulk of gales. At ?
SHEEP AND IAMBS Reoeipts. 1 000
head; market 10c highar; lamb, r.OO&7.7S.
Stock fa llgrkt.
Receipts of live srtock at the six prlrlclrsvl
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hog. Bheep
South Omaha 1 ft") IS. So . ar
Sioux city l.stri ifcfo
Pt. Joseph l.Ofaj - bta) scOOO
Kansas City IO.011) 14.f" lOil
Clilcago IOibi 130O0 l4.or.i
St. louis 1000 I f ) L7ijn
Tot ad &.300 Cl.700 I40
St. Loal Lie Slock Market.
ST. LOCIS. March 23. -CATTLE -Receipts
tiaS) haai. Including 1 .IO Texars;
market, strong to 10c hlgr.er. natne ship
ping and export steers. 3t '"fr; 10: dressed
beef and kulrher s'eer H.O-c 2f: teer
under J m lt . P tV9Ai; strs-kers sn4
feeder gttj6 7t. cows and heifers 3S
Ann; usnnera. glOiBrie TS. bulls. 33 nrstii .
calves tt 24ei7 ki; Texas and Indian alter.
U7s.! row snd nHfers. 3. 7V&6 3b
HoOS Reoeims. Wbi hed. market, ko
14c hgher, tig and lights 34.iajai,
NEW YORK. March 21 COTTON Th
market for futures opened tteaulT; March,
:-. May, c; July, 17c, October, g.c;
December. (-AO 08c; January, 03ig.Bc.
Col ton futun closed steady; Mexeh.
1th ; April, Xlc : Alay. aVsec; June, tXtc,
July, it..; August. A IKc; September. 14c;
Oc tober. I 14c; November, l ive; Deonanbar,
sloe; January, 07c.
Spot closed quiet. 10 point higher; mid
dling upiand. 7oc, nil (idling gulf, 3. Ate.
2s o sales.
UALVE8TON. Tex., March JJ.-C0TT0N
Si'. IJL1S. Msrch 23 CCyTTOisj Un
cr.anged, inictd.ing, t .-lc; sales none:
lecepi. 4Mi bale, shiptnerK. 4rt) bales,
slock. 43.1 tiKlea
NEW ORLEANS, March 23. CXTT0N .
Spo s were steady; low ordinary, Ac.
iuin.nai. crdmary. 4 3-Wjc. nominal; gsod
t.ij.tary, "He; low middling, kll-lec; mid
d ir.g. Jt'.u . good middling, lc; midaling
fa r. lo-,c; fair. 10:A'-. nominal Raaceipis.
2.1ji. tuiti; stexk, Hi.iZl bsiva.
NEW YORK. March 23 M kTTAIS Spot
1 n u i.ighc-r al AL2D 7 bd in London,
but f jlurea trt uiicnauged al 130 17s 4d
Loca: the market wa dull, witfi ipot
u .o.d et 3:Cii(2ii. Copper was lorn ere
in imil'jti. tsith po st jo 6 3d snd fu
tures al is Wl. lynally the market
a f 1 nil. war. lake qtHited at t L2 7fS 12 871,,
elect roll tic it 112 37'g"ii- jv and casting si
i:f ul2i7s Lead was 2j M lilglier st
Al M Vd In l.i:dii Tne loci) market
wis ci'j.n and utit hanged al Hi STVytivd 024.
Shelter was undoing') at A.'l 7 td in L011
ti'i Ti e Ctal insrKet wa quiet at 34.754
4 77', Tie Engiim iron market wag luwri.
lti cliirland vc.:riarit quoted st 4n 3d.
The loal mat tot wua unchanged. No. I
f.jj.iurv ti n tl.erii un ited at 314 254 1 71. No.
2 finindr rori iern at IS. 7M1 It 5V No. 1
fo imlrv eoutoern and N . 1 foundry south
ern Soft at 3IA 'Hat 5o
KT IH1B. 'Marcn 23 - MKTAL Ied
essier. 3 AS 81 elier. steady. 34 bt.
Mllsaaakee l.rala Market.
MILWAlKEE. March !S WVTBAT
Steady; No. 1 northern. SI 171 7aj: No.
northern. 31 14rl ls: Julv. 1 u-A tlcj
4 tiRN-Higher: May. ebsassv' bi.
B4Hl.Ei'-Dull. staadaud. AoaCj sample.'
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