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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. MARCH 31. 1903.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MAMET
Wheat Ttkei Another Sprint Tuesday j
IIE.ENGTH IN OUTSIDE MARKETS
Cora Btraag Higher Irmn1
taaa4 from Kaatera Receiver
if DmiM la . Aasonals
fesalag la la Market.
OMAHA. March jo, .
T wheat market took another spurt
shortly after the. opening, advancing quickly
tn the trsngth shown In outside market.
Tha further option are ahowlnf the bt
etrrtgih, aa tha bull ldei it extend
Inf thHr operations Into tha new crop fu
tures, th ami new from th growing
field having bKDm mora definite.
Corn wa strong and higher, with an im
proved demand from tha et and a de
er In tha receipt. Thia brought out
a good demand for caah offerings.
Whtt atarted aleady and advanced
quickly along with Outatde market. Prea
aura by tha bear taction on all bulgea re
ulted In a lower cloae, but little or no
change tn the altuatlnn. :h wheat lo
cally la bringing fancy prlcea at the top
notert for tha crop year.
May wheat opened at 11.12V and cloaed at
Corn ll aleady but feature!, show
ing soma strength early with wheat, hut
eaaaa etf latar, closing ateady. Caah corn
waa lo good demand And higher receipt
brought eiit good bids for the apare offer
ings .May corn opened at t2f and rloeej
Prloiiry wheat receipts were 4K.)0 hu.
and shipment were HI," bu. .against re
ceipts Uet year of 378,000 bj. arxJ ahip
menla of 311.000 hai.
Com receipt a were 463,000 bu. and ship
mmts were 4(0,000 bu., againat receipts lt
gear of TT3,000 bu. and shipments of 817,080
Clearances were 217,000 bu. of corn. 8.CO0
bu. of oats and wheat and flour equal to
Liverpool cloaed & higher on wheat and
unchanged an corn.
Looal range at options:
Article. Opa. High. Low. Close.) Tes'y.
1 nj 1 ii'J
61'! tl MH
WHEAT No. 1 hard, Ulllll; No. I
hard, tLOBtJn.lOH; Mo. 4 hard, ll.Og0H O?: No.
t spring, 11.0l.l. .
CORN-No. 3, :Xff. t. mjj450,o ; No.
t yellow. l"4e: No. t ydsiow. BlS,eac.
OATS No. s mixed. '48iV ; No. J yel
low. oH4)60c; No. t wnite, i08lc; stand
ard. Slo. -
RIE-rUo. 3. 74e; No. I, ttfry73c,
Carlet ftaeerpta. '
Chicago t .;.,
CHICAGO GRAIN AXD PROVISIONS
restarel al lit Traaisjg aad 1 losing;
Prices oarl of Trade.
CHICAGO. March Heavy liquidation
by prominent holder caused a weak finish
In tha wheat market here today, closing
quotations showing net losses (or the day
of " to le. Corn and oats closed easy
and provisions weak.
A vaat amount of bullish news was In
jected Into tha attuatlon In tha wheat pit
today, consisting chiefly of crop, damage
reports, but despite these advices the mar
ket at times was 'decidedly heavy, owing
to liberal realisation by lending longs. One
or tha train supports of the previous ses
sion, namely a brisk demand for tha cash
grsln, was almost entirely absent and
this, together with tha profit-taking, ac
counted for the1 Intermittent weakneas.
Tha market waa heavy at the start, be
cause of tha comparative weakness of the
Liverpool market compared with tha dull
ness, but soon rallied on buying Inspired
to soma extent by a iwnort of a local crop
expert.- which showed that the fall sown
crop o4 awheat. he Improved during, the
winter In the 'Ohio liver valley. but de
preciated materially in Missouri and Texas,
and to a less extant In Kansas and Okla
homa. - Sentiment again became bearish
during tha cloalng hour and the close was
almost At tha bottom. During tha day May
aold batween l.l&tpl.l4. while July ranged
betwaen tl.OMt and 1.ot4J1.07. Final quota
ttona on 'May wera V.18H&1.18, and on
Claims of an Improved eastern demand
for tha .-sh grain caused . considerable
firmness In tha corn market early - In the
session, but later a weaker tone developed.
At tha close prtcea wera a shade higher
to M'fPt.o lower, compared with the pre
vious close, flnsl quotations on May being
at CV and July. ti6?c.
Trade. In oata waa not aa aotive aa that
in the wheat or com pits, but the volume
of business, nevertheless, waa not Insignifi
cant. Tha market waa rather weak the
greater' part of tha session and cloaed at
net loaaaa of 9e, with May at 64Ao
nd July at 470.
Provisions were weak all day. At tha
close prions were THo and MigttOo lower,
compared with yesterday's close.
Tha leading futures ranged as follows:
top. dfcreapd l.?nroft B.; ton Amrlcn
end F.nrorn supply decreased i w ok pi.
forn f'nued Pistes snd Canada. In
1 1 ..' jT.foa hu.
Oata pttei Stales and Canada, In
c!Pnrrt "iiVivw) rni.
The lea. ling f1ocrii and Increases t-P'rt-d
tills week follow:
re. reeMaiiltoba. MS non hu.; Mlnn
P"1I privet elevator. 7B.oio hu.; Rixhri
t"r. TOif" h'r
Inc iea--Rt. John, IV.Oiin bu.
MiW IflRK I.KMCRM, MARKET
taotatl.n of (he Pay nn ariose
NBW YORK Marrli jn flrR-ne-relpt.
23,l hhls. ; exports. .' bhla.-.
market mIi. hut eieartv: Minneeota
rotenie n.svri.o.; Minnesota hekera.
i.P4.,: wlmer etraighta. e.lbirj.ISo;
"Inter xtia. 4nhil: winter pa
nt. f. wvas nd; winter low grades, t3 ff
56; Kanva. siraiglitr. $S.ffi1i3 45. Kve flour,
firm: fair to good. ItaiaiJO; fancy snd
hoi. . M .Vn4.75. Buckwheat flour, quiet,
l-'orvsi.s prr ko lh.
t.X)HNMMUFirmi fine while and yel
low. 1 Mil-: wtarse. tl.:)$l 56; kiln dried.
RVK-Dull; No. 2 western. Tc, f. n. h.
HARI.KY-Rteadv; malting. 787o, c. I. f.
New Tork; feeding, 74p75c, c. I. f. New
WHKAT-Rerelpta. to.V) bushels. Btot
msrket eaev: No. 2 red. II 36fi'l.2', ele
vstor. and $1.57 t. o. b.. afioati No. l north
ern Diiliiili, i.. f. n h.. afloat; No. 2
hard winter. $l.;'4. f. o. b.. afloat. On an
opening decline of v due to poor cahles,
there wa active hull support, which
quickly rallied the wheat market. It con
tinued firm up to the laat hour, when
realizing iaued a art barif and left final
prices .c helnw laat night. Mav. II 20".
I. nT. clused 11. a; July, 1.1311.I4. closed
"ORNR eipts. S4 (loo huehela: tuportS,
14.417.- Bpot marked Meaily; No. 2. Tbr. ele
vator snd "lIV f- o- b.. afloat; No. 2 white,
nominal, and No. 1 yellow, 78c f. o. b.,
afloat. Option wore without t ransctlons.
dosing ' net, lower. Mny closed. 7'c;
July rloeort. 73'4c; Heplmber closed. 720.
OATS Receipt. 69.475 buahela; exports.
3.05 bushels. Kpot market steady; mixed
oaie. W(i::2 pounds, M'y667c: natural
white, :f,l32 pound. 57'iiiCc; clipped white,
Z&TtO nounds, 6;il.".
RRAN-Stendy; spring. 127.60; middling,
IT7.50: city, ?7.TB.
HAY yulet; No. 3. WiBTOc; good to choice.
llIDF8null; Bogota. 18'llc; Central
I.IT.ATHKR Quiet ; acid. 320-390.
PC V1810N-Heef. s'eaily; family, lS.OO
15.50; men. $10 wViTl 1.00; beef hams, 124.00
JTJ4.00; packet. H4.00rM.ot); city extra India
mee liJ.W&'3JI.. - Cut meats, ateady,
pickled bellies, tlu.00: pickled hams. 110.26$'
in.W). lrrt. easy; western 10 4O105O; re
fined atesdy; rnniineni, lio.ftt; Himh Amer
ica. $11.60; pomnound, W.lIUWl.K. - Pork.
steady; family. $19.50; short clears, $19,004
21.60: mens. $M.5oiffl9.00. , .
TALI0W lsi.j; lly '$ per pkg),
6A,c: country (pkss. freet. 5WrTV.
RICK 1f ady; domestic, fair to extra,
f4fiM"; Japtn. nominal. - -
Bl'TTER Steady at tne decline; receipts.
14,043 pkgs.; creamery apeclal. Jo5JOt4jC. cf
flcial price. c; extras. JVc; third to
- CHEWIE-Flrrn and unchanged; receipts,
I. son pkgs. .
receipts, 24.M7 rses; state,
and nearby, brown snd
21 tJJ'Aic r brown and mixed.
J0W621C: western firsts, 20
19Vc;- southern firsts. 20c;
NEWIORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Speculatiye Advance in tha Market
Cornea to a Panie.
PROFIT TAKING NOT PUSHED
Krle anal . Paal Rise Reraase of
' ftpeclal News Caanerted with
Roads Advance la steel
IS at Eaalalaed.
NEW YORK, March ao.-The speculative
advance rare to a pause in the stock msr
ket today. The profit-taking sale wre
not pushed at the expense of
were constantly renewed when
strength became sufficient to
Some Influential stock waa picked nut
for a demonstration of strength with a view
to lha sentimental effect on the tone of the
market. Krle was the first choli e for this
purpose, snd the strong statement of the
rosd s earnings for February was pointed
to as justification for the rapid rise in that
atock. Tne large gain In the net earnings
for the month corroborated the claims that
the road waa definitely safe from danger of
a receivership, whatever the fate or the
financial p'an under lis conditional ap
proval by the Public Bervice commission.
Tha movement in Erie had the additional
advantage Of conforming to I he expected
early return to Wall street of K. H. Marrl
man. as he Is Credited with a special In
terest In the fate of Erie. Bt. raul was the
next favorite of the supportere of the mar
ket, lis rise following sssertlons thst the
Psclflc Coaat extension is prsctlcally com
pleted and capable of early earning power
commensurate with the outlay of capital
which has been made In the building.
The profeaalonal followers of the market
found themselves leas able to find explana
tion for th rlae In l ulled States Steel,
which came next in order, although the
fact that tha chairman of the dlrevtors.
together with other Influential ateel men.
were reportod to have appeared yesterday
before the senate committee on finance In
Washington in connection with the Iron and
teel schedules of the tariff bill, which wss
pointed to as a coincidence that might ex
plain. Other Iron and steel stock were
effected to some extent In sympathy with
the movement In the United States Steel
stocks. The price of copper was marked
up again on the Stock exchange in that
metal In New York, but the copper and
Smelting stocks were heavy. ' The esti
mated condition of the winter wheat crop
coming from a private expert gave a per
centage disappointingly low, but the reser
vstlons accompanying . the estimate left
confidence unimpaired In the Improving
condition of that crop. Stocks at the close
of the day were ahowlng leas response to
the support than at any other time.
Bonds were steady. 8ales. par value.
$3.$.oo. ' United State bonds were un
changed on call.
and leading quotations
Sis' Intursnr Cowrtnr.
Snutb Omsk m.r 44s IfM..
Slate Ssvinft ntnk Stock. Butte
Swift a (ii. (t Si.i... ....
therits Coat M '.ill v.
"i CH? Work YsMt '4
Tn Dux land On. pf4. Mta. sanui).
Vatoa Sioh Tsrtls Co. Stork. Omiia
fsloa Cenuraetioa C . Kansti City.
ew Tark Hfeaey Market.
NEW TORK. March 30-MONEY-On
call. eay at IVB2 per cent: ruling rat. 2
per rent; clcslng bid. lw per rent; offered
st 1H per rent. Time loan, quiet snd
stesdy; sixty day. 2's per cent; ninety
ds. IVtfJS per cent; six months, IStf
$ per rnt.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-3'tft
UTERI. IMi BXCHANGK sdy. with
actual business In bankers' bills st t4 MldQ
4 for sixtv-dsv bills and at $4 77t for
den and; commercial bills. $4 SS'iffi.Wi.
P1LVER Er. 60V; Mexlcsn dollars,
BOND1 Government, steady; railrtad,
Closing quotation on bonds ss fol
..lOtlll. M M. 4"..
. .i4iHjaa 4a
. .101 n 4H
..101V do M aertea....
1 K. C. tat
V f. rtf. h.
t. . It nl
V. 8. is rf
Allia-Chal lat : .,
Am. Arli-ultural 5a.
Am. T. T. rr. 4a
Am. Tobacco 4a
Atrhivon n. 4a...
o.i S t, lat la ..
4o f r. 4a
40 FT bS
4tlantle C. U 4a..
Hal. A Oslo 4a.
4 . W. ma ...
Brh. Tr. 4a
Pan. So. 1st a. .' . .
rantrsl of it, bt..
('antral leatbar 5a..
c. of N. J. c 5a.,
Chaa A Ohio 4'(a .
Chiracs A A.
r.. A Q. J. 4a
C. at. A ..
C R. I. P. a.
4o t-ol. fta.... .
fair to olmlce.
POULTRY Alive, easy; western chick
en, broilers. 2573o: fowl. I717c.
Dressed, firm: western chickens, 12Hc;
WEtTHER IN THR GRAIV BKI.T
larreasinar Cloadlness, va-lth Possibly
Rala or Inon Wednesday.
OMAHA. March 30. lv.
An area of high preasjra extends from the
western Canadian , provinces south over
the Missouri valley to the west gulf slates,
with Us crest over the extreme upper val
ley. A depression overlies the lower moun
tsln district snd southwest, with Its center
over New Mexico, and is followed by an
area of high pressure on th Pacific coast.
This unequal distribution of pressure over
the west Is causing unsettled weather west
Of th Missouri river, and rains and snows
re general in the mountains, and light
snows are scattered over the uppor Mis
souri vaJley. C mdltlons ate favorable for
Increasing cloudiness, with possibly rain
or snow In this vicinity "tonight or Wednes
day, with no tmportsnt change In tempera
ture. The low pressure over th eastern
states Is moving off the upper Atlantic
coast, and Is followed by snow flurries In
tha Ohio valley and generally cloudy wea
ther over the eaatern states.
Reoord of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three years:
10. 1W 1907 19it
Minimum temperature.... :E IB M
Precipitation .37 .06 .nO
Normal temperature for today, 43 de
Ueficisnry in precipitation since March
Artlcle. Open. HIgh. Low. I Cloa. Yea'y.
May July 1
n v it no
IT TfVU IT 7iS
IT Tttj 17 K
17 O iU
It 721 17 72m
10 OTtal 10 07V,, 10 20
10 ITVbJ 1 I'H! 3"
Cash quotation wara as follows:
FIXUR Firm; winter patents, $6.3f)4
iiu teaiahta. tt.l5 50; spring patents.
tf 40fiaV: strahrhts. H164J6.; bskers, H06
RYls No. a. TRtTtVae.
BARLKT Fead or mixing, teQUo; fair
tn r ho tea malting. a4fM6Ae.
8EETV-Flax, No. 1 southwestern, I1.S7H:
No. 1 northwestern. tl.crVk. Timothy, .
PROVISIONB Mess pork, par bhl., $1T 1
1T.T0, Lard, per loo lbs., $10.00. Short ribs
aldea flooaa), t. TM!.Q. Short clear sides
fhnxadS. t 5474 43.
Total olearance of whsst and flour war
sto.ua. I to T7.OU0 bu. Primary recalpis were
4M.O0O bat., compared with I7l.0no bu. the
Mrraeondtng day a year ago. Th world
vlaibia supply, as shown by Brsdatreet's,
decraaaad $64,100 bu. Tha amount of bread-
attsff on ocean passage, estimated receipt
for tomorrow: wheat. $0 cara; corn, ii
cars; oats, $0 cars; hogs, tl.fttt head.
BTJTTBR eady; creameries, tt44T?ic
dairies. 2oW4c- I
FXKMI Steady, at mark, rase Included
firsts. IV; prim first. tOc.
CHEESE Firm ; daisies. tt4lc; twins.
16c; Young America, ite: long horn, 16c
POTATOES Strong; choica to fancy, srj
W2c; rair to goon, s-.fjaw.
POUXTRT Eaay; turkey. 17e; chlcscen
1l4c: aprinas. 16e
VRALr-Staady; 60 to an-lb.
40 to B-ln. weight, mc;
W to IlO-fb.
corresponding period In
rorreaponding period In
U A. W15LSH.
t. I.oals General Market.
ST. I.OL18, March DO. WHEAT Fu
turen. lower; cash, higher; trsck, No. 1
red. cash, !l.Xj.-1.3 No. 2 hard, $1.16
: stay, $i.ii'; July, l.Oi,C1.024.
CORN Weak;, track.. No. 2 cash. 65V4A
rmc; .no. i white, w4jc; May, M'-sc; July.
OATS Weak: track. No. 2 cash. 63c; No.
2 white, 66c; May. 6J7c; July, 44Uc.
RYE Nominal. 80c.
FLOUK Higher; red winter patents. IS An
e50; extra fancy and atraight, t630J4).0Q;
hard winter clears. U.W(ti.
SEED Timothy. $2.50(33.62.
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track. $1.11
HA Y Steady ; timothy, $9.5014.0; prairie.
ta. 0031 l.oo.
IRON COTTON TIES-lflc.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower: JobHng. $17.2.
Lard, lower: prime ateam, $9.80B9.O. Dry
aalt meats, firm; boxed, extra shorts. 8r;
olesr ribs, 10c; sliort clears. 10c. Bacon,
firm; boxed, extra short, 107,c; clear ribs,
11c; short clears, 11c.
POULTRY Weak: chicken. ".2V4CI
springs. 16c; turkey, 14 18c; ducks. HVc:
BUTTER Stesdv : creamery, 234J31C.
EQGS Higher, lTc. case count
;.,V' H.oOrt 13.000
67 011 6t10
Oats, bu. .
Kansas City Grata and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. March 30. WH EAT
Unchanged: No. $ hard. $1 15HOT 21 : No. 3
hard. $11 31 19; No. 2 red. $1 8Cnjil.3; No. 3
CORN Unclianged to c lower; No. I
mixed, 6$c; No. 3 mixed. 2363c; No. 2
white. rOc; No. 3 white. 63c.
OATS Unchanged; No. 2 white, 6366c;
No. 2 mixed. 61ft63c.
HAY Prairie. 264Oc higher: others un
changed; choice timothy. IIO.'W 10 50. choice
prairie, 9.7&l0.uu; cnotc aiiaira, no.mra
BUTTER Creamery. 30c; firsts, 28c; sec
onds. SOc: packing atock, 17c.
BOOS Extras, lie: current receipts, flat
at 17Sc; seconds and dirties, 144,0.
Whrst, bu K.oon 47.ono
Corn, bu .: 000 H.OOo
Oats bu 1.000 7,000
Options st Kansas City:
Nurnoer ui sale
on stock were:
Ama!gamat4 Coppar ....
Am. c. a r....
Am. C. F. pfd
Am. otlon Oil
Am. H. A L. pld
Am. lee meurlttae. . . . .
Am. L4IUt4 Oil..,
A marl can ljOcomotlTa ...
Am. booomotift pfd
Am. S. K -
Am. ft m R. prd
Am. Sugar hatming. . .. .
Am. To ha coo pfd
Anaconda Mining O0....1
AIMntta coast i.in
Ha III mora A Off
Bal. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Central Laatbsr ptd ....
(antral of Ns Jarter...
rhaaapMka A Ohio
t'blcago Bt. W
Chlnate N- "
0., l. A 8t. P....
C. C. C. A Bt. L
Oolorado r. A I
Colorado A So
Colo. A So. lat pfd
Colo. A So. td p(4
Delaware A Hudaoa
Deorar A Rio Grand....
t. K. O pfd....
Distillers' Saourttlas ....
Ariaji. -. '
Brl lat put
Brl It pfd
Oreat Kortharn pfd
Oraat Nortbarn Or etfs.
lot. Mat. pfd
Int. Paper pfd
Kansas City go
K. C. . pfd
lyHilavlll A N
Mlon. A St. I.
tf. . at. P A 8. I U
M., K. A T
M . K A T. pfd
N York Central
K. Y.. 0 A W
Norfolk A W
P., C, C. A St. I.
Praaaad Steal Car
Pullmaa Palaoe Car
Railway Steal 8prln ...
Raputelle stael pfd
Rock laland Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
St. U A s. r d pfd. ..
SI. Loula 8. W
St. U S. W. pfd.
Southern Pacific .
So. Pmclflo pfd. ..
80. Railway pfd..
Tana A Pacific.
T .. 81. L. A W ..
T.. 8t. U A W.
t nlon Pacific pfd
V. 8. Rubber
It. 8. Rubber 1st ptd
r. a. ttMi
IT. S. taol pfd
Vav-Carollna Chamlcai ..
Va. -Car. Cham, pfd
Weatlniboua Electric ....
WhMiln A U C
W laeenaln Central
Am. T. A T Co
Total sal lor th day.
tales. Hit. Law. Clo-
. 11 too
. 4 ora)
. 16 4ft)
. 1 soo
. 4 lflO
. 1 too
. 1.600 '
. I fVI
. I son
too. TOO aharaa.
Articles. Opn. High. Low. Close.
I 1 10
1 WV1 10SB
rwlladelahla Prod are Market.
FHlLADrKmiA. March SO. BUTTER-.
THitl and solid packed lc tower; extra west
ara creamery, lie: nearby prints. Sc.
XHJS Fltm: gO hlfher; Pennsylvania
and othar narby firsts, free ease, tie. at
mark: currant receipts, in returnable caae.
Wc, at mark; weatern firsts, free rases, tic
st mark; current raoelpts, free cases, lr
jor, st msrtt
CHEESE rirm; New Tork full cream,
crolce, li-45ac; fancy to good, Italic.
VfslbU aaaply af Grata.
NEW YORK. Marvh .-Speiisl cables
and tslccraphle communication re. e ve j
by Bradetreet's show the haues in avai.
able supplies aa compared with previous
account. , Available suppla:
Wheat United mat, eaat of RniWI.s
decreaaad aS.0S bu : Canada decreased
1 44 son tu ' total rnHed tat and Cana-la.
flecreased MKs) bu.; Afiaat lor . and in Eu-
A Aaked. . .
Fewrla Market. ''
PEORIA. Ill, March . CORN Strong:
No. 4 white, 44 '-c; No. t yellow. 444: No.
yellow. bc. Nix I. 45c: No. I. .S6U0.
OATS Stesdy; No. I white. 64'. c. No. t
white. 6'JSiaJVc; No. 4 while, 62c; stand
ard, S3'c. ' . .
Mlaaeapolis bra la Market.
MINNEAPOMI. Minn..- Msrctt
vVHKAT-t:ivae: May. II 144: July, l.lV,.
Caah: No. 1 hrd. ll.l7v,ol 174,; No. 1
northern. 11.1641.1SV No. I northern,
fl H'iC-I.IIS. No. I northers, 1.10V,4l.l.'4,
Oalatb Grata Market.
Pl'IA'TH. ilinn . March 10 -WHEAT
-Close: May. ti.Ml; Julr. tlOdH: Nn. 1
northern. Si 1. No.- 'i norfiiern. I1.UV.
Boataa Stoeks aad Besdi,
BOSTON, March 30 Money, call loan
m, per rent: time loan. thtW per cent.
Atchlaoa ad. 4a. NV,Butt Coalition 24 v,
40 a 10Vol. A Aliases 144V,
Atchiaon R. R io)t.i. a Mac la so
do B(d lnt'icantannial . 10
Roatoa A Albtnr K4 Copper Rang lit,
Boatoa A Main l4lVDir Weal lo
Pltrkbur pid iiv,rrnnn n
N. T. .V. H A H...1S Orbr 45
t'lon Paclho lUViOrMne Canaoaa lOv,
Am. Are. Cbaaa U laJ Rorai k
do pfd n aiaaa. aitoin I
Am. Pna. Tub 4v,Mkblsaa lovi
law. tuiaj- Ill Mohawk fJ',
do pfd isH Mont u. a c to
Am. T. A T lUViNwl it
Amor. Wool ItViOld Dominion v.
do pfd v,ucsoia 111
Dominion I. A S lV,Prro Uv,
Kdlaon Elr. Iltal 160 Qulata M
Maaa. Rlectrle lv,lnannoa 14
d pfd 11 Tamarack 71
Mas Oaa S Trlnur 14
I nitad Prttll UaV, I pliad Coppar 12V,
Vnliad 8. M M V. S Minlns 45
do Std i4 V. 8. Oil 11V,
V. 8tel Cub 42
to ptd 1114, VIMorta 4'4
Allouaa 44V Wolrarln 141
Aasal8atttd 71', North Butt 70V,
rian Com. It
Ct C. A 8t !. 1
Colo. Ind. 6.
I Olo. Mid. 4s . . .
c. A 8. r A a
D. A H. CT 4a.
do 1st rf 4a ...
D. A R. O. 4a
Erie p. I. 4a
do an. 4a
do ct. aertea A . . .
do aarlaa R .
Can. Else. cv. 61...
II. Con. lat rf. 4a
.l"Vtu 8. deb. 4s 1M1..
M I.. A N. unl. 4a. . .
.too M . K. A T. 1st 4a.
. 7V do lat A ref. 4a
. 76V, do sn. 414.
.llf,4Ue. Paclflr 4a
.ioo4,x. t. c. a. IV,,.. ..
. W, do dab. 4a
.lMVtv Y CUT 4Ve naw
I07t,v. T . N. H AH
.47 ct. I
1fr4,N. A W 11 e. 41
. 4 do ct. 4a. .
. tlUNo. Pacific 4 ......
. 444, la
1"0 8. 1..- t-fdi 4a .
.Tonsrana. ct. Ha 14'6.
. tvi, do con. 4a
.127 Rad:ns sen.
IWtm, 1. A T
1'9l. I.. S. W.
. f do at toll) la
Wa lvMaaoord A. h. 4a.
4a.. 71 o. Paclfio 10I. 4a..
.... Kuv, do lat raf. 4a
?4,3o. Railway 6a
r. ts. .
4a. 47- do ten 4a
. . 7:i,l nlon Pacific It...,.
do ct. 4a
4t,l on lat raf. 4.
. ..loovjp. 8. Rubber ta ...
. ... in' f. 8 Stool 2d 6a ...
7t,Va.-Caro. Chum. 64.
... . 'DVtWabath at ti .
.... 7' do let A ea. 4a...
.... 7S4aawetra Md. 4a...
71 Weu Rloc. ct 6a,
44 Wla C antral 4t
US'tD. A R. O raf. 6a .
lfiv,C. A O. rf. cf. 6a
OMAHA LIVE STOCi MARKET
Lsvrye Baa of Cattle,
Prieei Tending Lower.
HOGS UNDERGO SHAEP REACTION
fheea Caasaaaaa Aaaat DteaAp Prtts.
hat l.aaaba Belt Tea Casta l.ewer
Trad Rfaasaklr Aetla
at tarreat rtataraa.
Neb.. March K. 1.
CM1e. Hogs. Sheep
Two dav this week ..ll.J S4.10S
Bam days laat week ... ,14 17.
Bam days weeks so.. 11. 10 U.tM
fme days I weeks o..10.0 M.7J0
Hame days 4 weeks Sfo.. i.J 1A3AJ
rtam (lavs laat year. .. .11.41 .ls
Th following tabl now th receipts of
tattle, hoc and hep at Bouth Omaha for
th year to data, compared with Isst 'ar:
iff. Ino. Dec.
Csttle ....W,8! Ml, TI .IJS4
Hons 710.476 b.1 Bl.'1
Bheep 414,10 3M.B1B b24
The following; table show .hs average
price of hnaa at Bouth Omaha for ths last
several dsys. with comparisons:
Pate. I 1KW .'10.19M.10.1.!14M.10,
4 Ml ' I
4 mi a
64VV4I 4 74.
t0 4 BO
B74 4 m
7 I 5 Oil
i ui 11
t 601 IS
t 67 1 j
6 101 I 17 7 SO
b OO 14
I 09 101' 7 71
London Stock Market,
LONDON. March 30.-Tredina in Amer
ican Securities was quiet and prices were
steady during tha first hour today. At
noon the tone was stesdy. with Union Pa
cific and Reading H higher and the rest
of the list from V to 4 lower than yesler.
day's New York closing.
London closing stocks:
Coneola. money 14 4-14 it, K. A T .....
do account 44 11-14N. Y. r; antral ...
Anarond I'aNorfolk A W
Atchlaoa 104', de pfd
do pfd linv,ontrlo A W......
Baltimore A Ohio... 114 PanniTlfinla ...
Canadian Pacific 171 Riind Mlnaa...:..
Choaapwk A O 71 v. Raiding .
.. a soul hem nr
..161 d pfd
.. ltTiRouthm Paolflo
.. 47 Union Psolfie....
.. 444 d pfd
.. U. 8. 8tl
.. 4414 do pfd
. 14 Wabaah
.. lt do ptd
. .14t Spanish 4
..ljevaAmal. Oppar ...
steady at 2SVd ner ounce.
monkt V4t?z per cent.
The rste of discount In the open market
for short bills Is 2 per cent; for three
months' bills, l401vk Pr cent.
New York Mlalna; Stock.
NEW YORK, March SO Closing Quota
tions on mining stocKs:
t'hicaio O. W
Chi., Mil. A Bt. P
Drnrar A Rio Q...
do la pfd
do td pfd
Ixiul.Ylll a N . .
. .. t4
. . 4
Brunswick Oon. ..
Com. Tunnel stock,
Con. Oal. A V
LlttJ Chlf .
WASHINOTON, Msrrh 30. Today s
statement of the treasury balance in the
general fund, exclusive. of the $150,000,000
gold reserve, shows:. jAvaJlable cash bal
ance, 1131,230,061: gold coin and bullion.
41,!WS,296; gold certificates. Mt), 176. 910.
OMAHA, March 30 Bank clearings for
today were 15, 122,287. 68 and for the corre
sponding date last year $1,961.17.32.
. Wool Market.
BOSTON. March 80. WOOl-Ttiere has
been a falllnr off in the trade of Imnorted
supplies In the local wool market and the
customary spring quietness again obtains.
Worsted mills, however, are very busy and
seldom has machinery been So well om
ployed. The general tone Is very firm.
tne leading domestic quotations rang as
follows: Domestic wools. Ohio and Pennsyl
vania fleeces, XX, 4tfi36c; X, S2t&39o; No
1 washed.. 3889o: No. t washed, SStiWC
fin, unwashed, 2SS!24c; fine unmerchant
able, 2647270; half-blood combing, 31c; three
eighth blood combing, BOo; quarter-blood
comDing, Mwaxi; delaine, washed, Sp40c;
delaine unwashed, SO&Slo. Michigan. Wis
consin, New York fleeces, fine unwashed
22rfi23c; delaine, unwashed, S&fir&c: half-
blood, unwashed, tSt&tJOc; three-eighths
blood unwashed, 29o; quarter-blood, un
washed. 29c. Kentucky, Indiana and Mis
souri, three-eighths blood. BVjraoc; quarter-
ciooa, w&stc. scoured values. Texas, fine
1 months, 63&c; fins, 6 to B months, 6Sif
boc; tine, ran, wyooc. California, northern
68ip32c; middle county, 60(&2c; fall free, 43
tjvfAc; rail detective, stSTo. Oregon, eaatern
No. 1 staple, (LStfc; eastern clothing, 56tfl
67c; valley. No. 1, 481050c; valley. No. 1 41
45H7c; valley. No. , 4142c. Territory, fine
staple. S4j4fcc; fine medium staple, 60r3
fine clothing, 66STc: fine medium clothing.
o4Vuf6lc; hslf-blood, 6tlC4Bc; three-eighths
blood, o0tr8c; quarter blood, B&gMo. Pulled
extra, Hatj-dbc; fine A, &tc; A supers, 6H
ST. lXVia. March SO WOOL Nominal
medium grades, combing and clothing. o
Z4c; ngnt line, l.inwc; neavy line, l'agn
tub washed, KQ&ic.
Quotations furnished by fismuel
jr., 6it New York Life, Omaha.
Seat ric Orear?. oaaa
aWuiae Craarr. pfd. i
cur f Ornkt boot a '-a :tlt
Dougiaa County 4a 174
Oata Cut Malt Ocmpaar V
14. Tal la 1J 4" prd bonual
kaoau CI'f Hy. A Lifit ta till
kanaa CI'T T A l.'tt pfd
Kaoaaa HIT R. A Utot. coot
Nebraska Ttleptv.na Bioca
Oaaah Oaa I 1417
Oaaaba B U A P a t
Oauha g. L. A P., ptd ..
Omaha A C. B St. B. I 1114
O. A C B Bu Br. a 1HI .
Oaaah A C. B 8t. 8. pfd. a, ai-dlT..
Cuba A C. B 4' Br . oem
Oovaba A C B Rr B pfd I".
Oman Watr Coar,pr a 111 ..
Oman Wator Cempasr 6 444
rinaht Water f lat pfd
Caaaba Watae Coar'd pfd... .
Oaa Board ml Traaa I4 C. pld ..
nsuna Bna-d T'aae Bios Co ,-noi
OUil Bnc P4. A Til (.. 4 1111...,
NEW YORK. March 80. Th cotton mar
ket opened steady at an advance of I to .
points In response, to higher cable than
expected and aold sbout 8 to 6 points net
higher during the early session on active
covering and rreen ouying for long ac
count. M arc n contracts loixnan sic, or
even with the previous high level for the
month. There waa heavy realising on the
advance, but prices saaed off only a point
or two from tne beat ana tne market con
tinued active during th middle of the
morning, with th ton steady.
bpot cotton riosea qtuei; middling up
lands. 86c; middling gulf. JO IOc. No sales.
Future opened steady; March, t.Bx-
May. bc; July. 44c; Auguat, .40c; Oo-
tober. .2Sc; December. BMc; January, 1.23c.
Futures clnse steady: March, t 7e;
April. .60c; May. .61e; June. .Dc; Julv.
.4ic; August, .J6c: September. B.6c; Oc
tober. B.zsc: November, f.28c; Xtcember,
GALVESTON, March SO. COTTON Mar
ket higher at 1 7-loc.
NEW ORLEANS, March 80. CH5TTON
Spot, nrm; low ordinary, eB-lftc, nominal;
ordinary, S4c. nominal; good ordinary,
7 n-lsc; low middling, l7,c: middling, 7-lc;
gooa miauiitts, - ntiaaiing tair, IOV40
fair. 11c, nominal: rscelpts, 4,Jt6 -bales
sio- k. 314c. S61 bales.
8T. I.ori8. March 80. -COTTON Steady ;
middling. 7-16c; sslrs. 120 bales; receipts.
s.vif nsi's; snipments, j,?ru nsiee; stock
Oils aad Koala.
, March 80 OIL Credit bI
runs, 147,157 bbls.; aversge.
snipineiii. onia; aver-
Tha official number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
and by mlc'dev etrat-rthina; was dlsrosed
Th rlca was weak st the decline. Th
with a top st b tn.
H. At. Bk. Pt N'. At. 8h. Pf.
6. ...... .14 . . II T rt 40
tl 17 4 t ... 4
IT S IK tft 11 4 a
0. it .. at aa M4
14 14 t I t u IM lie I to
to in iao I aa I4 ... 1 tiv,
11 ... 4 4 Tt IT I tt
44 ITT . . 4 4 TT IS 40 rt
t i4 to t aft rr tat w mi
T7 Ikl 10 41 T4 14 I 4 tSV
TT 17 . 4 4TI4j 7 IM to 4 Mv,
It 114 M 4 40 41 rt 1 11)1
41 . 4 6 74 44 MA tS
Tt T 4 td 7 M4 0 t as
Bra 44 Ml Tt Ml ... 4 at
It H4 ... It 76 rt , . as
r. tt i is) 1 rt loo t 4
44 (14 a IM aa rt it I at
n 14 4 4 m m jm .
rr n t 4 w t as
ta I't 4 4 ta 74 i . . 4 at
t4 14 ... 4 10 7 BIT I I V
t. Itn an 4 Ml d M 40
M 10 la I St J4 ... 44
Ii it 40 4 1 rte ... t nvi
0 IM . . t M tl as tn t 47V,
4t trt too 1 m rt im n I t?v,
T tat) SO 4 a 41 .410 11 4 7
M 117 40 I M N) Ill 46 4 TO
rt 'T ... tH4 41 ft ... 4 7
71 14 ... 4 tax, 44 141 ... 4 1
tl it ... 14 6 aa ... ;
Tt .......It IT 4 44 41 HI ... 4 Th
.- IT ... 4 41 SO AI . , lit
44 KM II t 4 41 7 10 t 70
l in? BIB M IT4 10 TA
t tr H I U 71 Ml 1W 4 7
10 ...ait in ipi 44 m ... 4 7
44 .147 44 I 64 71 ... 4 74
44 10 ISO t Ml IT 17 0 I 70
44 Ml l IH 44 174 ... 17
71 ltt ... I 16 T t7 . . 4 7
II J14 I 44 4 17 ... 4 7
40 BIT ltl IK J ... I 73 V,
B BW 44 4 64 W .47 . . 4 "4
41 U7 44 4 (4 rt 44 t 76
ti ns . 4 tn t. as ... t it
It 407 44 4 44 4 . . 4 74
4 in . . I an si no ... ti
tl i. .Ml 10 I to It ..rt ... 4 74
71 Ill . . II o 404 W 4 7t
74 141 IH IM 61 416 M 4 4
M In 10 II m til 41 I to
..... ..44 ...
C . M. A Bt. P
Missouri Pacific ....
. N. W., eat....
A N. W., west....
Bt. P. M. O. ..
C, B. ft Q , east....
C, B. & west ..
C. R- t. P.. east ..
C. R. 1. P.. west..
C. O. W
11 .. 1
if, is 'i
4 .. 1
4 1 1
4ft 11 . 1
4 .. 1
The disposition of the day raclpts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing; th um
ber of head indicated:.
CSttle, oga. sneep
Omaha Packing Co..
Bwlft and Company
cudahy , Packing Co..
Armour A Co
8. A. S
Vaosant A Co
W. I. Stephen
HiU & Son
F. P. Lewis
Huston A Co
J. B. Root & Co ......
J. H. Bulla
McCreary A Carey ..
H. F. Hamilton
M. Hagerty ft Co ....
Benton-Van Bant ....
Total I... - 17-68 lUle
CATTLEV Receipt of cattl till morn
ing were very larg. being tn neariest. 01
any day inc aiarcn ja, wnm s
were reported in. -rne amvaie wimr
largely of a plain kind of tr sultaW
for killers, with a large miitur of fder.
W ith rcelpl o large it is neruiy
sary to add taai paoara taoa '"'
of tha-situation to pound prices a littl.
th general market being around 10c
tnan yesieraay. it. wa. nuT,,.
nvon mud occasional aalss of cattl that
Just happened to Buit buyer did not look
very mucn lower, -in irmum w.
buyers being determined to tak off while
saleamen were holding on for pretty firm
The'supply ' cows and hUra was not
very large and for that reason ths oppor
tunity lor pounaing tne maraat t mn w
good as In the case of beef steers. Still
fh troio waa alow and buyer were suc
cessful to a considerable extent tn forcing
mora or lea reduction. To call tha market
weak to 10c lower would cover tu major
ity of cases.
In spits or tne itci tnai lati. wtm w,iw
slow thr was a very fair demand for ths
mora desirable grades of stockers and feed
era and tha trade on cattl answering that
description wss reasonably active. If any
thing tha feellnc on better arrades waa a lit
tl stronger than yesterday. Among tha
r.celote ware aulte a number of western
catita, Wyoming feeders selling as high as
16.60, with a string oi laanos at ae.su.
Quotation on cattl: Cood to choice corn
fad steer. 8i.2fU.l6; fair to good corn fed
taara. 86.8001; common to fair oornfad
teera. 14 60VU6 80; good ta choice COW and
helferr, 84 60Q6 60, fair to gcod cow and
baiters. 88-804.80; common to fair cow and
heifer, 3.3&$80; stock heirei. mwr.iAJ;
veal calves. 88 604J7.W; bulls, stags, t..
a7Kn4 aond to cholo tockr and feed
ra. S4.b0O6.40; fair to good atncjiar and
feeder. M00v34.t0; common to fair stock
r and feeder. 88.X43i.0S.
Mirth 80 Oll Tur
H'Hw, 10 4,
103 V, V2
Kt.m bills .:
aae. !01.oJ7 bhla.
Dentine, firm. f7kc.
ROSIN Firm: salea,- ?70 caaka: receipts,
1.312 cask; shipments. 1 Orl caaks; atock
10.1'JO caaka: B. U K: P. 83 80: F. t tn it
1 3 4": H. 13. M: f. 83 10; K. ti (. M. Id.frO; l'
I80.60; Wl), 15.80; WW, 85.8.
I atr aad Malaaaes.
J NHW YORK March 80.-SLO AR-Raw,
bieady; fair reflnuig. 8.42c; centrifugal, uti
I test. 4.4':'c; molasses sugar. 3.JTr; refined
!sto:iUv; No. (. 4 46c; No. 8. 4 861 : No. 10, 4.S0C;
11. a.ot-. .-u. 1.. a.iui;, i o. ia( i.luc;
No. 14. i 10c; confectioners' A. 4 7oe;
mould A. 6 30c; cut loaf. 6 "8c: rrusned
S 4hc; powdered, t 03c; grsnulated, 4 55c;
MOLASSKS Quiet: New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice, 219 30c.
Milaaaake (irala Market.
MILWAIKEE. March 3D. WHEAT
Steady; No. 1 northern. 11 lS'ffl.14: No. !
northern, n i4ttH7i,; July, l OMafrl.fjs,
RYF-No. 1 TTy),c
OATS Standard. 44'-,f?fc.
rons-Miv. ov.e hi
BARLEY-bample, 6J 3340.
. AT. Pr.
IM I 44
714 4 44
1001 I I
una 1 to
. 147 8 71
. 440 8 71
I 10 11
I H 14
I 40 I
I 71 .
17 I 0
164 I at
404 I 6A
IW I Tl
14 4 00
10 4 0
411 I 44
IH 4 aft
4U 4 44
trlr: spot steady; Rio. No. J, 4c; g
to. No. 4. Sc; mild, stesdy! CordovB.
OMAHA OBKtRIL KAftKCT.
ttayla ssl raey rraAae Prlaea Far
slilad k Bay era aaA 4'a al ean 1 .
BUTTER Craamarr, Ka. I deltvwt t
th retail trad In 1-lb. carton. ; 4a. 1
In 80-lb. tub. vvc; no. 1 in 1-10. ctruna,
Bsc; la 80-1 b. tuba, STc; packing tock, lsc;
fancy dairy, tuba, iolc; cemrnera roll,
freah mad. 20c Mark! OAaag ever
BOOS stii etuiug atoc. eanaiea. snsj
Ha No storage atock tn Omaha Bsavrkst
CHH.K nnai wiaconaia run cieaos.
twins, laci young Amartcaa. la Boo, llVtcl
favorite. I In hoop, lie; dauti, 80 m hoop,
16Vci creaas brVck. full caea, M; blK
wlss. I60; full-cream lUaburger, la.
BI T11S IUIBJ, ak a. IK, 1,0. 4. JJC ;
No. a. BV4. Lioin, no. t, isii wtv a, itcj nu.
1 tv" . . a
SHEEP Sneap commanded steady prices
today, while lambs sold generally around
10c lower. While th market ws not ex
actly active, owing to th fct that sev
eral trains were Tat In arriving at th
yard, which always daisy the trad to a
greater or le extent. Still ther waa a
vry fair movement and pretty much
everything In sight ohanged hands In vary
falr season. That was especially tru of
tA desirable kind which were tought
after by packer.
Tha wtakne shown in ths lamb rnemei
wss du to th faot that a ooodderabis
proportion of tha day a receipt consistaa
of lambs. It might be further added by
way of explanation that tha total receipt.
numbering fifty car, wera tn iargt or
any day sines March 1. In fact, th
day run has been exceeded only on two
dsys this year. In spite of the fact that
there war o many lamb in sight. paca
r bought freely, cleaning up th desirable
killer in a short tlm. While t tiers wa
nothing as high aa th 18.00 top yesterday.
ther wer nine car or ismns gooo
enough to bring 87.80. As hep were not
In Buch larg uppiy, they sold very readily
au good, ateady price, there being quit
string of old wether good enough to
bring 88-88. with ewe selling up to 16 M.
Considering th vary large run, tne mar
ket waa in a most satisfactory condition.
Quotations on sheep and lamb: tiood to
ohoJc lamb. I7.80G7.80; fair to good lamb.
87.40fli7.8n; good to cholc light yarllngj.
8A71V4J7.88; good to Cholc heavy yearlings,
8A.DO0f7.OO; good to choica wethers, 86-0P84.8S;
fair to good watner. i.7Wjr-w; gooa 10
cholc awes. 3S.tOl3ft.80; fair to good awes,
86.OOt3a.eO; cull and bucks, 12. 0004.0a
648 western lamb
608 western lamb
134 watrn lanvba
880 wtrn lam ha
8M wstrn wether
3 wstrn ws
3M wtrn watbara
IM weatarn ewes
83 weatara lamb
88 western lamb
44 western wether
887 watrn ws
100 western wa
881 wtrn ws
101 weatern lamb, feeder,.
41 western lambs, cull
420 western ewe
88 wtrn we
3 wetrn ewea, cull
A weatern Iambs
148 wlra lamb
BO western lambs, culls ..
41 western lambs, cull....
34H wetter lambs
163 western wa
177 Mexican lamba
748 Mexican lamb
243 Mexican lamb
4M waatsrn lamb
BOB western lamba
180 western lambs
7 wsstsrn yearling
114 western Iambs
223 weatern ewe
221 weatern yearling
41 western yearlings
IS weatern awe, cull ....
43 weatern lambs
413 watrn lamb
11 feeder . 1010 8 80 164 feeder.. 10ta
37 feeder.. 1063 6 80
HOGS Th yard were full of hog thl
morning. Th stock yards' count at 10
o'clock showed 247 cars In Bight, with
rumor that lata trains would toting tha Of
ftoial count considerably above that num
ber. This means that the receipts were
tha laraaat or any day ainoe March 11
when th official count gave tha total a
366 oars, and, with that exception, th
largest of any day slnca May of laat year,
At th asm time, othar market point
wer reporting liberal receipt, with price
decidedly lower in conequnc About th
sam tlma cam advices of a lower opening
on th CDioavgo provision maxaot. au in
bear featurea combined to mak tha m
ket at tni point vary alow and lata In
opening. Whan pacliar began bidding at
all It w on tne Daai or a Ksgpuac raduc
tloa in prlcea. and aa salesman wr not
prepared lo make any auch aoacaaatona
without a vigorou fight, th forenoon was
well advanced before any bualnaee of con
enuene had been rranaacted.
When the trsds was one under ttv th
general market wa Juat abou." .Or lower
than yaatarday. Wh.ll lb trad wa at
POULTRY Anv. urlngs, Ue; hna. lse;
cocks, oVc; duoas. lovsjo; a, BYc; tur
key, lie; pigeons, par oa., 6e; guinea
fowl, par do,, U-fO, aquaoa, per go., 8A
Draaiied. han. lie: prlnn. 1M8134A0I oocaa.
vt,o; duck. 13c: a, lie; turktya, 81.
rian Whlunh. rrosea. lue; Herring,
gvc; salmoa, 10c; pike, ci elckrl, tMtO'ii
trout, 100; catinan, iwic, nauout, ci red
anappar, Uc; black baaa. 8c; crappiaa, 4J
8c; parch. 8c; oodilah, 18c: mltv, o; !.
I60; lobatar, grava, 37 e; boiled. 4ucj frog'
. .. .
ISO. 1 rios, lfiac; . a, uo; n a. a. c.
No. 1 loin, 18HC; No. 3. UVic; No. 8, 11 No.
chuck. 7ViC; No. 3. c; No. 8. Vo. No, 1
round. 8c; No. 2, 8c; No. 8, 8c No. 1
piste, c; No. 1 tVo: No. 8. 6V4C.
r ntian Tnuii-am, .-rir 1 ara
Baldwins. 84; fancy Bes. liavlA. 84; Missouri
Flsplns, 82.26; Idaho lVom Seautlea, 81;
xtra fancy Ben uavis, pr boa- U.. Ba
nana. 4-bunea iota, o car iia. Oranswa.
82 4HE1&.26. Lemon. U6AJ4.0v. Orap fruiu
84 Orapea. Malaga, 17.60 per keg. Florida
pineapple, per crate, .
VEGETABLES Kanaa rtiyotata.
83.74 per bbl. California relary. Urge, Toe ;
mailer, 0. New York Holland wad cab
bage, 2 Pr lb. Wisconsin Rd Olob
aniona, 14ao pr lb. California eaullflowef,
8 par crkt. Tomatoee, riorld. B-bakt
crate. 86 60; Cuba. -bskt cre, 88. Let
tuce. pr doa, 40e. Old vegetable par
nlpa. turnip, carrot 43.38 pr bi. Vloruia
avaw beta, carrot, parsnips, turnip. lo
ir dot., T8o.
STRAWBERRIES 40c per qt .'
NEW YORK. March 80 -Th London tin
market wa unchanged today.' with epnr
quoted at 133 17 8d and futures at At 1 S -t
8d. Locally the market waa a ti lot hut
higher at 828.ffik9W.60. There wa a good
advance In the London copper market, pot
doting at 67 and future at 67 13 d
Th local market waa firm, with an sd
vanclng tendency, parttcularlv on eleotro
lyilc and casting. Lake was ftuoted at
87144313.1214. electrolytic at 312rl:ft
and csstlng at 312.S7mm2'. Lead was
lower, at 13 12 6d in London The 1ocl
market wa firm t 84 OTttM.10. . Snaliev
w unchsnged st 21 7s 3d In the London
market. Locally the msrket was firm and
littl higher at 84.77Vxff4.82v4. Th Rn-
llsh Iron market waa unchanged t 44 10t,d
for Cleveland warrants. Locally th msr
ket was quiet and unchanged. No. 1 foun
dry northern, $18.364S1.75; No. 1 18.7i(IT18 6:
No. 1 southern and No. I southern oft at
ST. LOUIS. March 30. METALS -Lead.
higher, 34.00. Spelter, quiet, 31-85.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattl Bteadr Hon Flv Coat
Lower Skaeg) Barely Steady,
CKICAOTa, March 30. CATTLILV-Ra
ce! Dt. 4000 head: msrket steady: staer
84.004317.36; cows. 84.0nr73S.76; heifers. 8A3nJl
6 00; bulla. 83. 76a. 36; calves, 83.60478.00;
stockers and feeders. 88.8036.60.
HOOS Reoelpta, 17.000 head; market 6c
lower: choice heavy chipping, 87.0OfiW.10
... . . V. II UiM Irt. I w m.A U ff 1
uuA,iioio. ov.aMi'i . , ii,u, iiiiawu, w. , ' ,
choice light, 8.85tT7-0O; packing, 3Af.O0;
DiaT. 86.aXMPS.40: bulk of ale. Bo.SOJB7.nu.
HH10JSU' AP4 U LAMBB- Kaceipi. 14. IW)
head; market barely steady; sheep, tS.OOQ
7.00; iambs, I7.00O8.26; yearlings, 86.a01a17.86.
. z '. . 1
tvaasaa ttty t.iva ataeK ssariiet.
KANSAS CITT, Mo., March 80.-CATTI-E
Receipts, 12,000 head, including 600 south
ern; market ateady to 10c lower; packer
nd feeder, strong; cholo oxport and
dresaed baef tra, 3S.803.7,; fslr to good
I6.36434.80: western steers. 84 e0v1.40; Block
er and feeder. 84.00454 00; southern ateera.
84.6080: southern cow, 83.J64J6.00; native
cowa, 83 8fpo.4t; natlv halfcr. B8.B.lO;
bull. 3360f6.08: calves. l4.OOapi.IO.
HOOS Racelpta, 18,000 head; market to
lower: top, 8(86: bulk Of alea, 84.60rffA.8T;
heavy, 8. 7643. 86: packer and butcher, 88.80
e B0: lis-fit. te aiioa. a: pis. M.uaa.uu.
bheep Anu uasdo- rteoeipua, v.tsjv
head; markt loo to 16e higher; Colo
rado lamb. 88.08; lamb, 8A77'tTg OS; year-
Una. 88.60nT7.26: wether. K.vm,: ewe.
t6.0i&6.86; tockr and feeder, n.60j.eo.
Rt. Law I I.lv Stork Market.
ST. ITJIS. March . OATTLB-R
re 1 01 a. 8.000 head. Including xoo neaa tx
ana: maraet tutor to jc iowr, muvi
shipping nd export tr, .0"fW.iO;
dred beef and butcher steers. 34 OOrfltj.u
sleers under l.om in., h ooajB.su: atocxer
nd feeders. a.lMBb.n: cow ana neirer
IS 363140; otuiners. 82 00tf2.7; bulls, 83.00fB
IK: calves. 86.6O43A.00: Texas and Indtsn
steers, II. 7634.40, cows and heifers, U ToO
HOOS Receipts, ll.iou nesa; msraer, wrj
10c lower: pig and light. 14. trwir; so; pack
er. M86QA.86; butcher ana nasi neavy,
14 BOraT lt.
HH BtJf inu iambb rtaoerpv. auno
head; market. l.VfJ2Sc higher; natlv mut
ton. 8. tnjTi 00; iamb. w.wja iu: runs ana
bucks, t3.6006.eO; stockers. 83.364T4 60.'
t. Joaepk Llv Stook Market.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo., March BO. CATTLE
Reoelpta. 1,000 head. Market alow; ateera.
M 60M. 60; oowi and iifr. ataady At
nioeut: ealv. lady at 83.80O7.80.
HOOS Racelpta, 8.000 head. Market le
lower: ton. to 80; bulk of aalea. .6rM.80
SHBKP AND LAM3S Rclpl. 1 904
head. Market ateady; lamba, 87.00477.80.
Blaaa City Live llk Martrwt,
anoirx CITT. la., March 10. fSpeela
Talerram.) CATTLB-Rcelrt. 3, MO head
Market lower; baav, 84 6O4MB0; fat cow
and heifer. 88 60176.60; feeder, 84004380
HOOS Ruoelpt. 6.000 head. Mrfce4' 63
lne lower; rang of price, 84 404Ji47t; bulk of
ale, K.f0tT4 Bb.
Staek la Sight.
Rclpt of liv stock at th six prin
cipal western market yesterday:
Cattl Hog Hheep
South Omaha 7 000 17 110 h.OjO
iovz city t.ouo
Bt. Joeeph 10") I.OuO 3.000
Kaaaas City llooo IIOOu 3.00
Bt. Lout 8.000 U.luo t.OO
Chicago - t.OOO 17.000 14,000
Total -2,30O 77.800 38,000
NEW TORK. March 80 COKTEKTh
market lor eorree future opened steady a
unchanged prlcea and cloaed teady net
points lower to 6 points higher; sales wer
reported of SStni baga. including March at
!.-: Aoril and Mav. 7 3or: Jul). 7V: ri
te ruber, 8 80c, October, 6.10c; tcmbr, tJ6 ! business
L BWCJ N. X. fvae; M
1. t; ft. 3. 64e ; No.
Bvarateg Apple aad nrled Frolts
NFTrV TORK. March 30. VAPOR AT Ft )
A PPLES Market continue oulet. . With
fancy quoted st S'iTrfSc, choice st 71;jKc.
prime at 8tric and common io fair at
PRIED r"RLIT8-Prunes are flrnilv hM.
with quotation ranging from sc to "Ur
for nw crop California fruit un to 406oi
and from ttijc to 8c 'or Oreo4a 4A-R0 tr
20-dOi. Anrlcot are in a sivona postlou
with cliolce ot nted st' IVMdr- enlrs cliAlc
st 1010,c and f"riv'at HV.fli"c. Pesrhsa
sre rn-rn. with moire ciunteti st STW-e
xtra choir st 8',f8i:r a"d fancy t ,
SHc. Ralslna r dull and i"Oie or leas
nettled. Wltb loos MuSi-Atcl ouoteri
RlAtfftHc ehOlt-e to fsnpy o-r1 t Jt.t)'
6ve, seed'es s CVIio'kc and l.ond tn lv-
ers at 81.20(1T1.30.
Liverpool Oralis Vorket.
7.TVBpr00t Mn-ch W.-WHUtT.-tn-f.
feady: No. ? ted. western wi"ler. ' t't"
Futures, quiet: "ay. 8 td; July. 8 t.:
Seoremher 8 'd.
CORN Snot, f'-m: w - lcn .pil4.
via Galveston, 6s lAd Pultrre. quiet:
May, is 8d.
Toledo Heed Market..
TOLE-DO, O., March 30 SF.BD I'lovar.
caah. 86.45; March. 86.4R: April. 3i.40- rr.
tober. BAOS; December. 88.031; No. J.
rv-o. 1. I5.ZZV4: rejected. 86.08: neaiected. '
Timothy, prime. 81.80. Alsike. prim, 88 0.
KENTUCKY SWAINS BEAT U
MEN WHO CALL ON GIRLS
Mob ef FiftT
meson t Visit ef Oat
rattUttr May Re
LIVINGSTON. Ky.. March 3o.-A.mobt
fifty men last night aMscked C, C. Mont
gomery of St. Iioul R. R. Parson of
Chicago, Prank Parsons of Coibln and
Charles Parson of Winchester, Ky.. an-'
beat them vrely. Robart Parsons' is
perhaps fatally hurt. Several thot wee
fired at th men. They hid com 10 Liv
ingston to call on young women and were
waiting for a train when attacked by' th
mob. Th reason for tb attack la not
known. Caspar and Hilton Adama, who
Introduced tha men to th young women.
are barricaded In their home today -an, 1
fear to coma out, as the feeling la high
Merchant Believe to Be Drowned.
SUNDANCE), Wyo., March 30.-(Spcim. 1
Ther no longer aeem room for doubi
that County Commlisioner John Marchant
wa drowned in th Bell Fourch river
laat Tuesday, whll attempting to resou
hi horses, which hsd been swept down
stream when he attempted to ford the
river. Tha bodies of th drowned hones,
till attached to th buggy, although th
harnaea showed desperate attempt to cut
them loose had been mad, war found In
th river below the Colony ford laat Fri
day evening, and !nce that time the river
for a long distance below the ford has
been dragged for th body of Marchant.
but without result. Merchants overcoat
was found on th bank of the river below
the ford, wtwrt. It I believed, he dropped
It when h plunged Into th rlvr to at
tempt to rescue the horses. Probably he
wa kicked by on of the atrugglini
horses and drowned while insensible.
Trapper" Body I Fee a A.
BHOSHONL Wyo.. March 0.-iSpcil
Th body of Daniel Cavanaugh, an old
trappar, which was fount) on Spider creek,
after having been badly mauled and dis
figured by coyote, haa been burled at tb
pot by order of Coroner schoa. Ljttk, re
garding Cavanaugh la know In thi Mo
tion, except that he made a living from
trapping. The condition of hi body Indi
cated that n had died from .heart dis
ease and that hi body had been mauled
by coyote during th several day erhlch
Intervened between th tlm of death B.tl
that of th discovery of the corpse.
Rallreag ta Exonerated.
ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo., Maxrh 30,lior
ciaJ.l Th coroner's Inveatlgatlon of the
death of Engineer Laying and Brakemari
Pearson, who war killed by a railroad
accident near O ranger, haa reault4 In a
verdict exonerating th Union racifln RaI
road company fromhtame, th evident e
showing that the englnor dlrgj-dd ,g
danger signal and ran Into a derail
swltch, the death of hlmielf and th brake
man resulting. ' - ... ,
CITBTENNE. Wyo.. March 30. (Special. 1
i-Th most protracted spring inowstorm in
many year ended -her thia morning. Mow
having fallen without reseat ion for eighty
hours. Tonight very tittle of th (all re
main on th ground.
Better. Buder-Tha'.'s wr-it d
In Th Bee -do, (or fruur
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