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THK I.EK: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14. 1903
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MiiilT
iituation -Abroad it Very Acute and
Price Are Higher. i
!.' bu.: la?ute ille.
private elevator, tn.w lu
Huron, bb.Wv bti.
n ". bu.; s. jf.ia.. . .: jvca mot c Tar tic ivn onvnc
Me,i bu : Chlcaeo pmate elcveiors, -JLill IV.ll JlUtUJ flalU DVallJ
DOMESTIC ADVANCE SETS PACE
Fact la EtMMl that Pretlaettoa i(
Wheat Haa Kept Pare
nltk rMiaiilUa the
VI arid Over.
Oil AH A, April 13. 19"
Th situs ilon abroad very acuta thU
morning. Prices were l"rd higher following
closely tha domeatlo advance during their
The fact la evident that the production
nf wheat haa not kapt pace with the con
aumptlon the world over and higher prices
are expected for thta crop and no decline
(or the coming crop prices.
Recatpta of corn are under tha estimate
and the demand shows good signs or im
provement. Valuea are very ateady. while
the market la overly dull and If receipts do
not Increase an advance la probable.
Wheat U atlll erratic and subject to heavy
fluctuation. At the opening tha bull fever
wu atlll prevalent and values advanced
sharply, mainly on the strength In foreign
news. Cable wheat was strong, with ui
lerings light. . , ,
Msy wheat opened at 1.21' nd closed
at 8i.i2a. . ,. . ,
Com la dull and unchanged under light
trade and featureless news. The country
run Is light and somewhat under the ell
mste. The cash situation Is Improved and
prices wore Ho higher.
Msy corn opened at Cc and closed at
r-nmsrv wheel receipts were Tii.OtO bu.
n1 shipments were 277.000 bu., against re
c?ipta last year of 229,0 J bu. and shipments
i :.it,tM bu.
Coin receipts were 29.0f bu. and ship
ments were Sod ,000 bu.. against receipts Isft
tui of 2o6,0U0 bu, and snlpments ot 406,1)00
Jlcaanica wet llOOOii bu. of corn, 10.640
hu. of oats and wheat and flour equal to
i.Uer.ool clcsed 2'4S,ji,d higher on wheal
ni. i 'j higher on corn.
Lxjl1 tange of pi-ona:
ai iiciis., open. High. Iw. Close.i Tes y
1 ' 8
1 21 '4I
HRITHKR 14 IIIK .R4I IlKl.T
Fair is Warmer Midi mm Feasibly
OMAHA, April IS. I.
The trcugll of low pressure, noted In the
preceding report as extending north and
south over the central valleys, haa moved
alowly eastward within tha last twenty
four hours, and now extenda from tha lake
region south over the Ohio valley to the
gulf states, with Its greatest depression
over the lakes. Light ralna and anowa
were general in the upper vaiieya taat
night. Heavy rains have (alien In the
lower Jllesissippl valley and guir siaiea,
and rains are general In the lake region.
Ohio valley and south Atlantic slates this
morning. A very decided lull in tempera
ture haa followed the low over tne central
valleys, and freesing weather extends
south to Oklahoma, where killing froat la
reported. It, Is very, much warmer In tha
west, and generally unsettled conditions
prevail throughout ths mountain district,
and the outlook Is favorable for showers
In this vicinity tonight or Wednesday, with
Record of temperature anud precipitation
compared with the corresponding day ot
the last three years;
iw. iui. ivr. i9rw.
.. .11 62 23 37
.. .00 .00 .W .44)
for today. 44 de-
Market Ha Wareiing Tendency
Due to Want of Confidence Abroad.
TWO VIEWS OF SITUATION
Trl-Btal Land Co. r'J V
Topeka ft. Rv. 6s fcom. bnniei .
I'nion 8tk. Yards Co., Omaha 4
Deficiency In- precipitation since March 1,
corresponding period In 1M,
corresponding period In 1907,
L. A. WBUH.
Corn and wheat region bulletin for
Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four hours
ending at I a. m.. 76th meridian time,
Tuesday. April 15, 1909:
fllatlons. . - Max. Mln fall. Pkv.
(J mi aba (salt Prices.
lUlK.VT-.o. i h.inl. Jl.ua l.-i: Ni'.
ta.. w,Ait.',;::-.Ni). 4 hard, i.K'C3.1.Ii; -S'j
3 a i.14114.', l.-j.U.:il.
..,..u. , ac; No., 4, 61 ladll ' c ; No.
-1 .. . i.-w. o.c; No. 8 wblt. WWkc.
iiAiK-.Su. .1 mixed, SOc; No. 8 yellow,
.... .w. j Knit. ei'c; No- while, suiyqi
...u.- :u. 2, 7ioi.T8c; No. 3. 73 75c.
" - -, fueal. Com. Oats.
''-. ..... . I JoJ
'.".... i . ... ...
. fa . 'ii
j-i - uj
. IIIC AI.O iHAI .4U I'ROV lIO
t't-attirea f the Tradlag anal Closlag
I'rtceS mm Board ef Trade.
i:l-ll(.AUU. At 11 IS. Wheat prices again
ten today to new high re. or a marks ror
...i uciivviies, July auvanclng to Ji.H't and
ccpiemtwr to 1.W4 per bu. Al the same
i ii t tne tjy option sold at tl.M. ins
uaikek slumped on rcaltdng sales, but rt
named part ot the loss, . At the close prices
were 4V!aC lower to V.o higher, compared
with in tlnal quotations of the previous
asy. corn and oate closed easy and pro
Sensational advances In tha price of
vhtst at the principal giain centers of
faurnpe. pi titxuarly at l.lvirpool, whert;
asms of t3'd since last Thursday were
itcoided, caused tne mantel her to optn
excited and strung, wtin all. deliveries sell
ing at record breaking prices for the season,
i iid initial aovai:eu iangei (.m '40-c to
mc. the lattii uetng ..in the May option,
wi Ich opened at i.4.(l.!j, tlrst, traui-s In
j u! y wire mane at i'.iii,,4l.ii'. and In
b(-)iCmbL.' ui i.0!4V,.i!m. Oemna for
Jiiiy wan , cciorniuua hhi mat itcilver.n
uuiikiy 4iiil tip to 1. ii.i. 1' ... inliri ri.iij
i iio lie.,wi. i,i l!li.l:i.,' ur "
Ashland, Neb 54 .no Clear
Auburn, Neb 62 26 .Oil I'leur
Hicken Bow. Neb. 4:' , .no tloudy
Columbus, Neb... 47 2 .0 Clear
Culbcrtson, Neb 47 - 40 . Clear
K.ilrbury, Neb. ... 6o .00 Clear
Kalrmont. Nh... 4H a .00 Clear
Or. Ilrnd, Neb.. 47 7 ."0 Clear
Hartlngton. Neb. 42 24 .Oil Cloudy
Hastings, Nb.... 46 l ."0 Clesr
Holdrcge, Neb..: 47 ' SS . Clear
Oakdale, Neb 42 22 ' l't. cloudy
Omaha, Nab 4H SI oo CVar
Tekamsh, Neb... .V) if . near
Alta. la , 4S ,.28 M Clear
Carroll, la 4S 2-' .n Clear
Onrlnda. Ia M . . Clear
feib ey, Is 42 22 . Clear
Sioux City. la... 42 28 .00 Clear
Minimum temperature: for twelve-hour
'period ending at I a. m.
Chicago. Ill .26
Columbus. O I
Des Moines, Is.... 14
Indianapolis, lnd.. 12
Kansas City. Mo.. 22
I-rfiulsVille. Kv 17
Minneapolis. Minn. 31
Omaha. Neb 19 '
Max. Min Inches.
6S 35 .M
70 IK .06
4 2H ,1
s-; . ii .ht
64 2X .:)
TO t M
40 IS .01
62 2 .00
throughout the corn and wheat region, and
temperatures are below rreeiing this mom
hie in all except the extreme eastern die
trlrts Good rains occurred In the central
and eastern portions and lighter showers in
the western portion. U. A. WFJH.
l,oeal Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
NEW YORK GGXEHAL MARKET
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ma,'. ...d uy tiiui.,.
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1 .1. 11.J.1 at snip-. ilea .
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Ime tin; ili.il.lii) I'lhiiti u n.iit..'.il j 11 iv haafat 'ft'lic not
iioppeu to Vi m- atiiti ..-pieiuoci 1.0 l.'i'.4. ' closed fl.32'4;
i'Oi a i.me tne uldrnti v as uu'iliimi to be
l4y !t-i.aiiee 01 fret' rediiKing aauf. but
gisaualiy b!cam buoyant again, owing to
ihe bullish character, of news if me rtuy.
ore of the strengthening Influences m 1
tleertase of moro than s.OuO.Oh) bu in the
world s visible supply. A further advance
In the prlcea of Uie cash grain here also
gav t-ncouragemenl to the bulls. hTe top
plica lor No. I red wheat wtva quoted here
lutioy at 11.40 per bu. Tha otatement ot
ihe leading bull thai It would be several
.teaia before wheat prlcea would be much
tuner than tliey are at praaent also had
tortsiderable effect. The market closed
rum. will. July at S1.lftS61.lt1. and Sep
tember at 11.07S- " "
The bulge In wlicst caused moderate
firmness in the com market st'ihe Stain,
but Utter prices declined shiirply. Al tne
close prices wer--fctHvc lower than yes
I'nliyi final quota.ilons, Msy being at
Otvts .ern. weak tne greater part of the
day. At the cloae price wer to NTtVic
onr. Mny being at bi&Mc.
Provisions wera firm early in the day. but
later eased off a trifle. At the close price
were S'.tfloc lower, to la higher, compared
wth yeaterday's final quotatlona.
The leading futures ranged as follows: .
Uae Party Reaarda Rise as Dae ta
Cheaper Maaey, Other Aftrlaatee
It a Demaada Caaaed by
Articles. I Open.J High. Uiw. Close. Kes'y.
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. IS M '
18 10 .
mi au '
llli'il 1 27
1 164,11 WSsl
1 6'l 1 07SI
1 J j 1 OeV
, S3 V63-,T-4 64'
4JVI 47S1 474
1 07 IS t5
18 02 is 10
IS 05 I IS 12VI
10 4714; 10 35
10 ..1110 62fc 10 40 I 10 4714)
10 til W W 10 24i 10 80
a m 1
t 0 I
Msy .1 u y
No. t. .
Cash quotations were as follows:.
h LOCR-Bteady; winter patents. te.3Jfl
K75; winter strsigfits, SSltT&iiO; spring pt
nts, Sa.4tfi6.i; spring straights, S41U?r.J0;
RYK No i 7ft&S0c.
BARl.EV-F'-ed or niUIng, SlHc; fail-
to chi'lee maiin'g. iuv3c.
8KKDd-Pl i. Nt. t southwestern. 11.56s
No. i noi ibwetern, SI Timothy, 3.7t9
3 .. I low, ."
rHOV'Oi'ff-Alew pork, ptr bbl.. S1S86
i1S.1i' . ''. or 100 lbs., S1030. Short ribs
,d il stfi.J. eixsrt clear aides
Tct.i! 1 !;-nm f or wraiii and flour were
(" I 1.1 .' bu Primary recMpia were
.;4.("" I n.. ..oiiiuared with 2?ora) bu. the
. iin,ii,lii x day a year ago. The world's
islhk- mrity. a shown by Bradatreet's
rie rrssod l.'.io.0 bu.
Rsimiattd receli-ts for tomorrow: Wheat.
." cr rs: com. 3S cats; oats, N cars; hog
ef the Day., an
NEW YOBK. April 13 -FIOVR Receipts,
ZJ.l'.H bbls.; exports, 4.720 bbls.; market firm
with trading unlet: Minnesota patents. (6.90
.3u: Minnesota bakers, S4.0ft6.00; winter
patents, 6.90i.36; winter straights. SS.7M
B.00: winter extr&a. S4. 3606. 00: winter low
grades. S4.27.aH.90: Ka.nsas straiglits. JS.F-KW
6.85. Rye flour, firm; fair to good, S4-004?
4.60: choice to fancy. S4.6jM.80.
CORNMEAI-Bteady; fine white and yel.
low, Sl.nofll 0; coarse, Sl.a01.66; kiln dried
RVK Steady; No. 4 western. 8c. f. o. b
BARLEY Quiet: maltlna. 76(Bl7c. c. I. f.
New York: feeding, 744i1oc', c. I. f. New
WHEAT Receipts, 1.300 bu.; spot mar.
ket tUmVNo. 2 red. Si. 38.. elevator; No. :
, I'd, 1.;J7. f. o. b. afloat; No. I northern
. DuluCi, Sl.Uti'n. f. o. b. aflont; No. 2 hard.
w Intel. ll.:itv. f. o. b. afloat. After u.
MirnnB a iid excited opening In wjiictt prkiea
; nvidu new high records, following a big
1 iKlvaiife at Uverfool. wheat brake badly
! today under heavy unloading. Part of the
1 selling wan tin iie tr southwest weather
news and rumors that i.iiicago duiis were
unloading.' The market closed about steady
decline. May. l.32(il.4Vi.
July. SI.22i,Sxn.24'. closed
SI. 2:.; September. Sl-MH'&'l.ltrt. closed Sl.15'4.
CORN Receipts, l,S76 bu.; exports. 5.o23
bu.; Spot market firm; No. 2, 77c eleva
tor and 76c f. o. b. afloat; No. 3 white, 16c
nominal, and No. 2 yellow, i&c f. o. b.
afloat. Option market was without trans
action, closing Uo net lower; May closed
c; July closed isc; September closed
OATS Receipts, 68.6 bu.; exports, 10.170
bu.: spot market steady; mixed, 26 to 83
pounds, 67iW68c; natural white, 26 ta 82
pounds, 58ai0c; clipped white, 34 to 42
H AY Bteaay ; io. t. vmxc , gooa 10
HIDES Inactive; Bogota. 184eilw; Cen
tral America. 194c.
PROVISIONS Heef. quiet: family, S15 00
i16.60; mees, S10.60& 11.00; beef hams, S24.00
irH.00; packet. S14.flofil4.60; city extra India
mess, 822.yiift2a.00. Cut meata, steady; pickled
bellies. S10.00; : pickled bams, SIOoO. LArd,
firm; western, 8lO.na10.7&: refined, firm;
continent. SI 100: South America, SUM;
compound. t8.nMbO.iS. Pqrk. steady; family,
SI8.6iira'l.&0; abort clears, 810f 21.00: mess,
TALJXIW-fMeady; city rtiSO pea pkg.),
5c: country (pkgs. free), SVtitpSc.
IUCE Quiet; domestic, fair to extra, i
SHc; Japan, nominal.
BUTTED Market firm and unchanged;
creamery sperlala. 28KMrO (official
price. 28e); extras. Tft'CVsc; thirds to
firsts, 21M3HC; creamery, held, common to
special. 2tne27c: process, common to spe
cial, 1723c; western, factory, firat, 1H
1c; western, imitation creamery, flrata,
EOOS Market barely steady: west
ern storage, ptuked, 21.jc; firsts. 219'211c:
seconds, aHc; southern firsts, 21c; seconds,
POULTRY Dressed, dull; western chick
ens. 124c; fowls. HHtilil-. Alive, dull;
chickens (broilers). &e;33c: fowls, ltkl7c.
Ht. I.obIb Geaeral Market.
art. LOUIS. Mo.. April 13. WHEAT
Futures, firm; cash, highur; track. No. 2
red. cash. Sl.4iMH.50; No. t hard. SI. 30(811.32;
May. S1.2&; July, S1.124sl.L4H.
CORN Firm; track. No. 3 cash. S7j77Vic;
No. 3 white, eTC-insc; May, 64"c; July,
OATS Steady; track, No. t oash, 63;c;
No. ! white. &i'c; May. S2H; July, 46c.
FTOVRStrong; red winter patents. 8S.S3
ini.Ta; extra fant-y and straight, So.4064.&;
hard winter clears. S4.iOo4.HO.
8 FUD Timothy, S2.2oa3.2i.
CORN M EAL 83.30.
BRAN Higher; sacked, east track. 81 26
HA Y Firm; tlmotliy
B Alio I NO 7 l-lc.
HEMP TWINB 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork. steady; Jobbing.
t17.2t4. Lard, lower: prime steam, SI0.OJH
A'10.12ti. Dry suit meals steady boxed ex
tra shorts, t.STW: clear ribs, 810.00; short
clears. 810.12'. Bacon, steady: boxed extra
ahort. SlO.871; clear ribs,. 11c; short clears.
rOL"LTRY--Ffrm; chickens 13c; springs,
18-: turkeys. I.VnXt-; ducks. Agc; geeae, 4c.
HUTTER Steady; rrejmfry. 21:.9c.
EOOS Higher; lMy.-. count.
Flour, bbls 7.600 I0.4H0
Wheat, bu ."o.i"0
Corn, bu 7 '' '.700
Oats, bu t frl"' 33 10
NEW YORK. Anrll ll-There was a
wavering tendency In the srock market to
dsy which changed Its recent semblance
or stability. The resumption of activities
abroad after the K.sster holiday Interval
was partly resnnnstble for this, the selllnc
of stocks here for foreign account arguing
some distrust of this market's rate of ad
vance. An elment In the home speculation
that feel the same ilistrtist 4s not lacking
and its activities were joined to the de
pressing Influence from abrosd to affect
the market. This element urges tba lack
of news bearing on events to account for
tha rising tendency of prlcea and points out
features In the trade and crop situation
tt-at are claimed as making for decline
rather than advance. Tha plethoric condl
tlon of the nvney market Is alleged to be
solely responsible for tha freedom with
which speculative purchases of stocks are
mrde and It Is pointed out that the specu
latlve sctlvlty is common to atocks. wheat
and cotton, although causes which re lie
tha prlcea of those articles might be re
garded as making against values of rsl
road stocks. Sole reliance on cheap money
to lift tha prices of stocks Is feared as
leading to Inflation of values.
Tha other party to the speculation urge
Ihst cheap money la an Inevitable sfter
effect of the financial crisis of 1907, which
Is tin certain to stimulate renewed employ
ment of capital In business a are the cuts
In prlcea of material to Invito the renewal
of conaumptlve demand. While the low
money ratea are accepted, therefore, as
result of present stagnation of mercantile
demand, the condition there Is rlaimed si
promising betterment and tberefore calling
ror epeculmtlva anticipation.
- Foreign markets were reported to be dls
quieted to aorne extent by the disturbances
In Constantinople and traders In the home
market aold stocks in the late dealings on
tha assumption that there may be further
uneasiness abroad on that account In fu
ture. A feature of the situation Is the renewed
activity In tha bend market, which Is a
reflection also of the abundant state of the
money market. It Is noted that the sales
of municipal bonds effected during March
wera larger for that class than for any
other month of record. This evidence of
the abundance of capital and tha cheapness
st which It can be had are calculated to
Incite a revival of enterprises and are
claimed by tha advocate of higher prices
as a substantial factor in favor of that
course. Some Of the operations for lower
prices todsy came from speculators who
had sold their holdings yesterdsy to meet
the new demsnd from outside sources and
having rea'.lted their profits in that way
hoped to aee lower prices at which to re
buy. The market was not lacking In points ot
sttength and at times during the day the
siiow of firmness extended generally
through tha list. A conspicuous featur
was Denver Rio Grande, regarding which
rumors circulated of an actlvu Interest by
E. H. Harriman in ita affairs. The Gould
group aa a whole had some benefit by
sympathy from this movement. On the
other hand, soma of the other stocks which
have been foremoat in the recent rise ware
pressed for sale to take profits and this
radiated a depressing Influence throughout
tha list. United States Realty differed from
tha keeping of the dividend unchanged, as
there had been some rumors of an in
tended advance. Quotations for copper
were raised at the New York Metal ex
change and In London. The market closed
under considerable prasstie and with prices
Bonds were Irregular. Total salrs. par
value. S8.542.000. United Statea bonds were
unchanged on call.
Number of aalea and leading quotations
on atocks wera as follows:
tftalM. Hih. Law. cishs.
Am. c. r
Am. C. r. pf
Am. Colion OOII
Am. H. A U pf4
Am. Irs SacurltiM
Am. Llnmd Oil
Am. Locorafttlve p'd
Am. a, a a......
Am. . A B. ptd
Am. Sugar taflniot
Am. Tobacco ptd
Anaconda Minim Oa
Atlantic Coast Una...
Baltimore A Ohio
Hal. a Okie pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Ontral Leathar ptd
Central of New Jars4y
Chaaapeaks aV Ohio
C'hlcato Ot. W
Chicago N. W
C. M. St. P
c, c; C. A gt. L
Colorado F. A I
Colorado a 80
Colo. A 80. lit pfd
Colo. A 80. Sd ptd
lMlawaro A Hudaon
run if r A Rio Oranda
D. A R. O. ptd
Erie 1st ptd
Erta d pfd
Great Northern pfd
Ot. Kortoarn Ore 01 f
IntartMroug h Met
Ini. Mat. pfd.
Int. Paper pfd
Kanaaa City Bo
K. C. Bo. pfd
Lotiiavill A N
Minn. A 8t. I
M . St. P. A I. I. M
M., K. A T
M.. K. A T. pfd
Now York Central
N. Y . O. A W
Norfolk A W
P.. C. C. 81. I,
Praaaad Steal Car
Pullman Palace Car
Railwar Steal Spring
Rapubllo Btaal ...
Republic S144I pfd
Rock laland Co
Rock laland Co. pfd
St. LSI. T. 2d pfd
It. Loula . W..
Si. L. 8. W. pfd
8loa8hafflld 8. A I
So. Pacific pfd
So. Railwar pfd
Taaaa A Pacific
T. St. U W
T.. Si. U A W. pfd
t nlon Pacific pfd
V. S. Rubbac
V. 8. Rubbar tat pfl ......
I'. 8. Steal
II. 8. Steel pfd
I tan Copper
Va. -Carolina Chemical ....
va.-Caro. Cham, pfd
W aba k pfd
Wealing houM Electric . .
Weatern- I nton
Wheeling A U. E
Am T. A T. Co
Total aalea tor tha Ur.
THeer York Maaey Market.
NEW YORK. April IX-MONEY-On call,
eay at i"2 per rent; ruling rata, I per
: cent, closing bid, 2 per cent; ottered al 2
TI.MK IOANS Dull and steady: sixty
days. 2'a per cent: ninety days, 2 per
cent; six months, 2V per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE. FAFER- l4y4
BTERI'lNlt EXCHANGE Stesdy. with
actual business In bankers bills at 84 264?
4 8xtt for sixty-day bills and at t 7f for
demsnd: commercial bills, S4f4M'4,.
8IL.VFR Bsr. filHc: Metcsn dollars, 44f.
ROND8 Government, stead ; railroad, Ir
regular. Closing Quotatlona on bonds wera aa fol
V. 8. rat. Is ra l""4Ut. M. M 4a
OHAHl LIVE ST0C1 MARKET
Another Large Run and Yards Filled
COUNTRY UNLOADS SURPLUS HOGS
Liberal lleeelpts af Sheesi sad l.aenbs,
n-ltfc Oeaeral Trade low, Ks
pevlally mm Comiaaioa Klaaa
Trices Ara Steady.
V. 8. 8a. rot
Allli-Chal. lot ta ...
Am. Ag. 5a
Am. T. A T. CT. 4a.
Am. Tobacco 4a
Atrhlenn gen. 4e .. .
do 8. U 1st 4a ...
do -c. 4a
do cv. 64
A. C. L tat 4a
Bal. m Ohio 4i
do 8. W. IVte
Rrk. Tr. or. 4i
Can. 80. '1st Sa
Ontral of Oa. ia ...
Central Leather aa...
C. of N. .1. g. Sa li'HSt
Chee. A Otlo 44a. .. . IM8(
.lOHtjapas 4a M'4
.10114 do 4a US
lUt do Sd eorieo J-'
.lt K. C. 80. let Sa J--1
lfHU 8. deb. 4o 1M1... S
twiaU A N. anl. u mis
10 M . K. A T. 1st 4i...lOv-4
Vii'i do gn 4v,..
7S MO. Pacific 44 ..
110 N. T. C. g laa
1004 do deb. 4a
S4N. T. City 4Ha 1
IM'iN. T.. N. H. i
OS . la
TS. A H. lat c. '
in do cr. 4a...,
tMHNo. Pacific 4a
1S do Sa
(( 8. !. ring. 4
.looHPenn. cr. Sa 11S... 4'
.10 do con. 4a 114 14
MVfloadlnr gm. 4a "'
L. A 8. r. It 4a. ani
L. 8. W. e. 4 714
Chicago A A. 8s.... 71 do let gold 4s...,
C , R. A Q. 1. 44 eH'iScahoard A. U 4a.
C. M. A 8.P s. SV44. tHifto. Pacific eol. 4a
C . R. I. A P
do col Sa
do rfdg 4a
rvc. A St. L. 1 4a.
Colo. lnd. Sa. .......
Cole. Mid. 4a
C. A 8. r. A a. 4V!t.
D. a H. cr. 4a
let rf. 4a
P A R. O. 4a
do sen. 4a
do 4a aerlee A 73
da aerlee n. . . .
Oan. Rlar. r. it
III. Can. lift ref.
Int. Met. 4Ha. ..
. .105 '4
44Wle. Central 4a..
141 P. A R. O. ret. Sa... S
!004,C. O. fdg. cf. S4....1I':
7'4N. R. R. of M. Ill , M'4
4 do let raf. 4a...
0H8o. Railwar is....
1 da gen. 4a
J'il'nion Parinc 4a..
78 do cr. 4a
47 do lit A raf. 4a.
Ht:. 8. Rubber (a..
10l'. 8. 8teel d Sa.
10t'4 Va.-Caro. Cham. Si
MiWabaab lat So
14 do lit A aa. 4a.
4 Weetern Md. 4a...
Wcat. Blec. cv. cv
London, block Market.
LONDON. April 18. Business wss re
sumed on the stock exchange today after
the Easter recess. Trading was quiet In
all departments. American securities
opened steady and slightly below parity
This level was not Improved during the
first hour and at noon tbe market was
quiet and steady and from to e below
ISHMo., Kan. A Teiae. . 4J
KNew York Central. . ,im
Norfolk A Wsetam..
ttoii do pfd
. 1'H tOnlaHo A Woatarn
yesterday s New
Ohio... -US Pnnarlv4nls
. S48outhem Railwar
.164 do pfd
. USonthera Pacific
. antiunion Pacific .
. to do pfd
. kOHV. 8. Steel
. 4iV4 do pfd
. -04 do pfd
.1..1 Rpaniah 4a
. ItlViAmaL Copper
steady at 23 S-ltkl
Cheaapaaka A O....
Chicago O. W
Chi., Mil. A St. P
Denver A Rio O. ...
do let pfd
do ii pfd
Illlnola Oenti-al . . .
Ijoulevllle A Naah
MONEY,! per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market
for short and three months' bills Is lfetMH
call loans. 2',
339 per cent.
M.SU0 7S 77 7T
. 1,400 &0S SO h
8,H SS 7S S7S
300 4Hi 40S S
51.200 42S S'S 40
4,100 1(S "S
1.200 twS . S4S o4 V
: 9s ss S
1,100 tots KIS'a 1'14-a
,iM 1M 1S-S tolls
700 SS SI .''l
100 tt s 3.1
1.400 4S 4,'a 4i
7,500 107'a 1071 1111
100 14 10J" loa'a
l.sno i'js W' Kl
4.400 1tS 112S H-'
1'K) S4 S4 MS
T.SO0 77S 14'4 74a
1,000 17'a ' 176S 17o:i
MOO 30S US 2?H
200 34S. 24 24
44.0i 77S 7JS 74't
soo ss ss s
. 8 8o
. IT (00
. . 100
. 1 ONI
. ISO 73
S71.0o ah area
Boston Stocks and
BOSTON, April 13. Money.
(if3H per cent; time loans,
...KTSCal. A Ariaona.
. ..l'UStal. A .Heila ...
...144 Copper Range ..
. . .187SOranby
... MSCireena CananM
... S4 lele Horala
... tSMaaa. Mining ..
. ,.l Mohawk
...137 Mom. C. A C...
... MSOld nonunion ..
. ... sasneceola .....
... (1 Shanupa
...ta I). 8. Mining. ...
... . I. S. -.Oil
... i Utah
... SIS Victoria
... 7(North Butts ....
. . IK
. . S
. . 144
Atcnteon adj. 4a
Atchlaon R. R ..
Boatos A Maine..
Fltchburg pfd ....
;v. y., N. H. a ii
t nlon Pacific
Am. Arge. Cheaa.
Am. Pneu. Tub..
A mar. Sugar
a do pfd
Am. T. A T
Amor. Woolen ...
Dominion I. A 8
Bdlion Rice. lllu.
.fitted S. M
V. 8. Steel. .. .....
Ailaona Com. -
IiONDON. April 111 Mone? was abund
ant on the market today and discounts
were easy. Austria secured the bulk of the
13,000.000 in gold, available. Trading on the
Stock exchange opened cheerful and firm
There was good business In the forenoon
st hardening prices, but the news ot the
revolutionary outbreak In Turkey checked
pi ogres sand consols eased foreigners
from s'14, while Karfirs. in which the set
tlement lias comm. iced yielded fraction
ally under Paris of(t....s and the market
closed uncertain. American securities
started strong in sympathy with Wall
street, but the lack of support caused
drooping later. New York did little in the
afternoon except support Denver & Rio
Grande, and after a small business the
market closed dull.
BBRI.IN. April 13. Prices on the Bourse
todsy were firm on the advice from New
New York and Vienna.
PARIS. April 13. Prices on tha Bourse
today were weak. The private rate of
discount Is lVs per cent, an advance of
K4W York Mlalaar Stacks.
NEW YORK. Ap-11 13. Closing quotations
on inlnlnar stocks:
Alio 17S tadvllle Can.
Rruniwlck Coo 4 l.ltlle Chief ...
Com. Tunnel stock.. .. v Meiiras
do bond! lSSOmarlo
Cos. Cel. A V S Ophlr
llora Silver a 1 allow Jacket ..
Iron Sliver.. 100 Standard
business hsd been transacted to really rail
It a market. F-arly bids In most esses
were lower, although shippers msy here
snd there have picked up a load at a little
oener prices man yesternay. nut mere
a ere tint ennugh sales of that kind to have
any material Influence on tha market.
when tha trade a as one under way
there waa no very great difference between
the sales todsy snd yesterday. In fart,
moat salesmen figured their hogs as bring
ing about yesterday prices, but it took
a good deal of work to get them. Toward
tha close the market eased off, the last
hogs slllng a shade lower than yesterday.
SOUTH OMAHA, Neb . April 13. 10o9.
Recelnta afere: Cattls. Hoars. Sheep.
Olflcisl Mondsy 6.04S 4.S4S .i4
Estimate Tuesdsy 4.560 1.7M 4.SS0
Two days this week .. 3 15.3k lfi.144
Same dava last week 7.111:1 lOA" lu,tl
Same days 1 weeks ago.. 12.0H0 n 421 IT, 72
Soma dsvs 1 weeks aao.. i.lW 17. 9M 1 7.64
Same daya4 weeks aao..ll 330 19.49 15.W.4
Sams days last year .... 7.U44 15,36( 7.11
The following table shows the receipts of
rattle, hogs and aheep at South Omaha for
tba year to data, compared with laat year:
loo. ln. I no, Dec.
cauie jf2.c75 m.a n.m
Hogs TM.IIH4 370.614 7&.JB0
Bhwp 491. 6C3 413.C80 7T.M3 ...
Tha following table shows the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for tba last
several days, with compartaoeva:
Data. I lo .ira.lOT.lM.lM.lt04.im,
April 7. .
I t ltl I
30 J K
C 23 I 211 14
21 1 t ZV U
20i 4 So
221 I 31 4 3
I I 35 4 1
7241 I 701 I 4
17! It 7 4ft
7&4I I ? ( 47!
14 74 I tt
I 7SS! i 8i
7H! 4 74
m,! I 321 e
0VI 4 74! 4 M
4 48 sTij 13 4 Ml 4 19
8fVl S Ml S9I ( 301 4 tM
' S 72 4. M I a 4 Ml 7
( 99U ! 1 42 341 t 31 1 4 Uhl
I 5 64 461 38! 6 28 4 Sl 7 19
The official number of cara of stock
brought In today by each road waa:
t attle. Hogs. Bheep.H r s.
C, M. aV St. P 2 S
Wabaah ..1 I
Missouri Pacific 10
Liitn Pacific B7 27 26 i
C. eV N. W., east 4
C. A N. W., west Sfi tt 2
C. St. P., M. aV O.... W 14
C, H. Q., east 2 4 .. 2
C, B.i Q , West 44 27 t 1
V., R. 1. & Q., east.. 4 2
C. R. I. P., weal.. .. 2
Chicago OL Weetern i 1
Total receipts V 123 3: J
The disposition nf the dsy's receipts was
aa follows, each miyer purchasing tne num
ber of head indicated:
Omaha Packing Co.
ewlrt and Company
Cudahy Packing 1:0
Armour & Co
t-'udahy, from K. C
8. A 8
Vanaant & Co
Carey A Henton
libmtti & Rothchtld....
Hill 4e Son
F. P. Lwis
Huston A Co
J. B. Root & Co
J. H. Bulla
I Ay ton A Co
McCreary A Carey
H. F. Hamilton
M. Hagerty A Co
F. O. Inghram
Illinois Packing Co
St. Lrfiuis Packing Co...
No. Af, 8k. r. No Av. as. t-F.
Ji 1 ... t SO ao is I s
an jet S st its o t On
78 :..SoS ito e 1 so :in tot
74 KM SO 4 t 144 40 J OS
t '( to 4 Sr. ti 24 IS 1 oS
SS 14 SO SO Tt 241 ... 7 04
( I'l . 4 t 74 81 ... 7 t
3 M 40 71 244 1(4 7 OS
87 'S Sfl an v 2J4 ...
12 lit ttn 4 SO tS 24 4 7 07 S
71 !1 40 0 71 3M 10 7 7S
7fl I4 ... 4 0 84 241 ... 7 7S
tr. H 4 8 S 249 ... T I
84 tot 10 H H Ml SO 7 1
SI ! ... 4 8 4S 24 ... J 1
84 2M 20 tS ,4 218 120 7 1
7 1 13I H 71 li ... 7 10
2 Ill 80 4 SA (2 !( 8 7 10
71 81 . . 28 S SO t 10
76 14 14 4 - It SI ..71
82 ' 40 8 87 .841 8 7 1
0 SM M Ml 72 V 40 1 It
S 710 1t 4 SS aa ; SO 7 II
St 147 120 8 t TT 278 SO T IS
8.. 24S 18 7 So 44 tit fIS
84 Ml 44 7 Oil (1 813 . . IIS
43 M 7 Ot ' 74 21 I t 1
It 114 . . TO 41 26 . . 7 30
74 i8 30 T 00 Ttt 80 t 80
87 22S ... t 00 M 27 ... 1 20
71 1.4 120 7 0 10 U ( tit
77 Ml ... 7 0
SHEEP Receipts this morning ware
about ten cars under yesterdsy's total,
twenty-eight cars In all. Most ot the ar
rivals consisted of lambs. There wra a
few ewes and wethera and about four cars
of clipped lsmb. Tha quality of today's
receipts was generally better tnan yester
day. However, there waa quite a liberal
sprinkling of medium grsde supplies.
Buying demand was nscKwara st me
opening snd a slow, dragging market rn
suited. Tr.e reluctsnoe of buyera to do
business continued until well along in the
morning, and It was lata before very mm h
business waa trsnsacted. Prices were gen
erally about steady with yesterdsy, hut
huye'S were Inclined to neglect the mxdlum
grsdos snd give preference to offerings of
choice quality. On a few trades In the
belter (lass of stuff values io;ikd to be
even stronger than yesterday. Four cars
of Mexican lambs were rood enough to
bring I. A couple csrs of western ewes
topped the market at 3. 10 and two loads
of prime western wethers brought t.'A
One deck ot broken fleco western lambs
sud at 7. I-ster on the market took en
an tsslar tone In both the aheep and lambs
divisions, with the weakneas mnre notice
able in sheep. I.tmtii closed steady to a
shade eoeinr. with aheep quotable steady
to 10c lower.
Quotations en sheep and lambs: Good t
choice Ismbs. '.o? 0: fair to good lambs.
7.2r47.; good to ohofc light searllngs.
17.1X57.40; good to choice heavy yearllrgs,
t.s37.00; good to choice wethers. $8,009
6.40; fair to good wetbert, 6. 7636,00; good
to choice ewes, $5.76i8.10; fair to good
ewes. 36.K96.74: culls and buoks, S2.00-34.0o.
PTtim KRU ITS- Prunes are steady,
with quoistlivns rsnslng ftom 3c to H'aO
for new crop California riult and from
c trt c for Orrn pmnrs, 40-SVw to JO-.l-e.
Apricot are tiulet. But firm, with choice
quoted at ftlt'tioc: ev.na chol-a ot lOttlO'eo
and fancy at 1141.-. Peaches are tin
chsnged. alth chonm quoted at fc4iy: ex
tra choice at KVatlriV. t'l fancy at TtW'sc
Raisins remain unscttleil, with loose nu
oatel quoted al ;iS4H' : choice to fan '
seeded at 4'oc: seedless. 3tr'4c, ami
London layers at ll.aajjl.ao.
OMAHA OKSJKHAL MA UK 1ST.
ftayte sal raacy rrexl tc PrlMS Far
alokeel ay Bay era aael Wkolooalora.
BUTTER-Creamery. No. 1. delivered to
tha retail trade in 1-lb. cartons, ale; Na. t
In 40-lb. tubs, 4c: No. 2. In 1-lb. cartons,
Mc; Id tsvib. tubs. r"Vc; packing atock, 19ci
fancy dairy, tubs. imkO'IIc; common roll,
tresh mad. U8lc Market changea avaijr
EOGtf-Frefch selling stork, candled. t
Be. No storage atock In Omaha market
CHKk.SK Finest Wisconsin full cream,
twins, 16c, young Americas. 4 ia boon, US',
favorite. 3 In rwop. 10c, daisies, 30 la boop.
16 So; croam brick, full case, lKc; block
Swiss, lie; full cream llmburger, lc.
1'OUL.TRY Alive, springs, lie; bona. 11c;
cocks, 4c; ducks. Ho; geoso, 100. tur-
goys, 13k; pigeons, per 00s.. ac; guinea
foais, per dos.. 12.60; squabs, per do., 12.
Lreaaed, hen a, 11c; springs, 1-4JIW40; rocks,
V4c; ducks, 13c; geesd, lie; turkeys. He.
F1SH-VV hltefish, frozen, 10a ; herring,
lAo; salmon. 100; pike. o; pickerel, VrW"n.;
trout. 10c; catfish, louic; nallbut, (o; rj
snapper, lac; black bass, 36c; crapplas, t
c; perch, ac; codfish, 13c; smelts. c; aols.
lac; lobsters, groan, 7c; boiled, 40c, frog a'
Klbs No. 1, 17c; No. 2, 13c; No. I, V.
IjOlns-No. 1, lc; No. 5, 13ic; No. J, lC.c.
Chuck No. 1, 7Sc; NO. J. trSc; No. 3.
Knund No. 1. S.c; No. & tSc: No. 3. kc
Piste No. 1. Mie; No. , i'ic; No. S, 6c.
FRfc-ail FRUITS-Apples, western box
apples, t2.0Otr3.6O. Banrfraa. 4-buncn Into.
2o per lb. Oranges, li sot.K. Laemona, 33.6a)
4)4.00; Orap fruit. 34.60- Orapoa, Malagas,
17.60 per keg Florida pineapples, per crate,
VEGETABLES Kansas sweet potatoes,
I2.7& per bbl. California celery, large. We;
smaller, 60c. New York Holland Seed cab
bage, 44c per In. Wisconsin Red Gloria
onions, 20 per lb. California cauliflower,
13 per crate. Tomatoes, Florida. 4-baskut
crate. S3: Cuba, S-basket crate, 38. Lettuce,
per dos., 40c Old vegetables parsnips,
turnips, carrots 33.24 per bbl. Florida new
beets, csrrols, parsnips, turnips, etc.. par
8TRAWBERRIF.S-43 0O4J3 24.
HLDEfl No. 1 green, 8c; No. 1 cured, to.
72 Mex. lambs, broken fleece
6T3 Mexican lambs
473 Mexican lambs
200 western ewes
2R western ewes, cul!s
172 western lambs
62 western lambs
tvatlabla SaIlcs af Grata.
NEW YORK. April 12. Special cable and
ii-kgraplilo (ommufilcatiotia retalvea by
Rtadsiieet's show tbe) following change in
ailabk' supplies. compared with-previous
Wheat, In the I'nited States, east of da
Rockies. do-reise4 1.4'4.01'A bu. In Canada,
derreaoed l.jTo.OnO bu. Total In United States
and Canada, do'-reaeed ;.S74.a) h i Afloat
;oi and in Europe, decreased .400fi.' hti.
'I eta! Ameritsn tind Eur'ptan supply fl-
'" .-74.0i4 ba.
t.'orn. In. ilia I nited
decreased I n t0 h'l
Oa;a. in tSe 1iind
ne reafeo ziewi ou .
' " ivnii's r.fi and incteaice tr., i'l. a - 1 iryd n ft:. i
p rtad thm week f.:iuw: l)crees-M am-, I Lot R- Vi ml' 1 lattnis. mc.ig
Steady; extra western creamery. 2Kc; extra
iwrh prints. JO'.
rXTrG Market i higher; Petins Ivanla
and other nearby firsts, free ras. a'oc
at mark: Penrnv lf.n'a riirrent reedpts. In
leturnal'le i-aifi, Jlc at
fiiats. fne runes. I'l'-C Hi
current leveipis. free cass. j21c.
Iliersaol t.ralM Market.
j l.lV'KRPOOl.. Anrl 13. -.' WKAT
snotig: JN'o- 2 ret ra rn l t , niir
9a 2d; fiitjrea stca.!.. : Ma. Ha d:
C, 'L. I U.nibmK.i la 'i.A
and Canada. I'ORN Sp a. frm: n tn kai, mlxerl.
; limit . qi.i.'.: Ally. ,! fed. Ji ly. i, (XJ.
States and Csnsdi.
Local fere art ties.
Quotations furnished by Samuel Rums,
jr., 414 New Tork Life building. Omaha:
Beatrice dreamery, rnmmon..
Beatrb-e Creamt-ry, rfd. V,
Cody Canal Ass'n,
Columbus L. H. A P. Es 124 ...
Cltv nf Omsha Binds 4's 192
Douglas County 4s 128
Oate C'ty Malt I'd. br
lnd. Tel. 6 1927 6tt pfd. bonusi
K. C. R. A U 5s 113
K C. R. A I- Ptd
N.bissks Tel. 8tiv.k 6"c
Omsha Oss 6s 1917
Omaha E L. A P. s 1933
Omah A C B. St. Ry 6a 1914
mark: western 1 Omaha A f . H. t. Ry. as 191 ...
mark: western Itimat.a . ". si . pm ..
nrnara a 1 . ri. er. ny. com w, .
Omaha A C. R R. A B pfd. 4V
Omsha wair 10. so ii
'Omaha Wa r Co 6a IV
Omaha R. ot T. Bids. 'o. pfd o,
Orvaha R. of T. Bid Co. cm....
'f mai a P.P. T. Co . 1917....
, Pa- ilic T. T. Co 8g 1987
F elt Bluff. Neb Water ST,
South Onisha ." 4as 12
Vv-ASHINOTON. April 13.-Today s state
ment of the treasury balancea In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of tha 8160.000.000 gold
reserve, shows: Available cash baUnce.
11 29. 626.374: gold coin and bullion. 346,007.417;
gold certificates, 11. 116.390.
baa ft Cleartaae.
OMAHA, April 13-Bank clearlnga for to.
day were 32,28240 91 and for. the corre
sponding date taat year, 11.103,2.10.78.
NEW YORK, April 13,-t'OTTON The
market opened steady at an advance of
Spot cotton closed quiet: middling up
lands, 10.35c: middling gulf, 10.40c. No
Cotton futures opened steady; May, lO.OSc;
July, 10.08c: August, offered. 10.04c; Octo
ber. 9.9nc; December. .lc; January, .88e.
Cotton futurea closed stead v; April,
lO.w'ic; May. 10.01c; June, 10,lr2c: July,
10.03c; August. 9.9c; September. 9.89c; Oct
ober. 69c: November. .8.c; December,
.87c; Jsnusry. ( 61c; March, Soc.
GALVESTON, Tel.. April 13.-COTTON-Illgher.
ST. LOI'IS. April 13.-COTTON-8tesdy ;
middling. 9"ac; sjlcs. 34:i bales; receipts. 102
bales; stni-k, 44 775 bales.
NEW ORLEANS. April 13.-COTTON
Spots opened higher; iluiied firm: low ordi
nary, 3-lu. noinlcal; ordinary, 7c. nom
inal: good ordinary, 8 7-lbV", low middling,
9 6-ltk-; middling. 97c: good middling, lo'ac;
miduliiiai f-ili. 10Sc; iair. ll-Sc nuinlnul;
receipts, 4. 757 bles; stuck. 2"A,7r bales.
KOS roN. April is. w ool. Trading in
the local wool market la HveliM- on lnrrese
In new contrai-ts notd. Foreign wool con
tinues to be of chief interest. The leading
domestic quotations range us follows: Do
mestic wools. Kentucky, Indiana and Mia,
soul I. three-elgliths blood. .fUgZOc, qtiartrr
bluod. .'4-S. S.oured al11e3. Texas fine,
twelve month. o(ii2c: fine, six to eight
months, fiaitc: fine fall. 4.'447c. Califor
nia, ncitlhern. 68u4ioc; middle county, 4MI
6'jc: fall free. 4ii46c. Oregon, esstern. No.
1 stsple, G-yrnvk-; fas'ern No 1 clothing. 6i
467c: vslley No. I, to'o.'iOc Territory, fine
staple. kuritiCc; fine medium, slaple. totaoA-;
fine ilothing. iMiic: fine medium, cloth
ing. ooaoS.-: liSll-bloid. joilv3i-: threo-eighlhs
blood. 5h0i68e; quarter-blood. Sotjxiic. Pulled,
extra. 04tliv: fine A. sae)2r: A supera. il
Totals. 8.901 8.631
CATTLE Recall ts of cattle were
very liberal this morning, around :tu iron
cats being on ssle. Th most of the cattle
were killers, there being among the num
btr some pretty well finished boives. as
well as a sprinkling of fat cows an-1 he.f
ers. The large run today following very
liberal receipts yesterday placed buyers In
a position wl.erir they could sfford to; iske
their time In filling orders. It will be 1
membered that for timt littl time back
ihe demand neither here nor at any other
killing point has been very urgent owing
to the light consumption st the large can
ters of population, hence it waa not sur
pr.sing that the genersl market this morn
ing waa alow and very late.
Buyers of beof sieers were In no hurry
about getting out thla morning and the
forenoon was very well advanced befjr
the market had opened. , Ti e demand vtava
only moderate nn the part of packers, b-it
there were a few shipping orders winch
helped out to some extent. Tha result w,ia
that while the trade was slow the best
cntt'e commanded about steady prices,)
vi lilln other kinds were weak.
Good cons and heiters, especially these
thai were wanted for shipping, were hoc
very much different from yesterday, but
buyers seemed to feel that ttere was no
necessity of f aying quite as much as thev
hiive been doing of late,, with the lesult
that the tendency was a Ultle eus4r 00
the general tun of stuff.
Stcckers and feeders were In very light
supply, especially good feeders, anl any
thing com ng tender the latter head met
with very ready sale at prices mat were
fully steady with yesterday. Preltv l"cent
feeders aold very readily a 3S.J0 i.W).
Everything In the way of good feeders was
sold st an early hour.
Quotatlona on rattle: Good to choice corn-
fed steers, 36.20Q-S.60; fair to good cornfed
steers. 35.60tfeJ.20; common to fair cornfed
steers, 14. 5005. 60; good to choice cows and
heifer. 34.755.6; fair to good cow and
heifers. t1.8o(tH.7R: common to fair rows
and helfrrs. 82.-16rS86: stock heifers. 33.00
4.24; veal calves, 33.2W7.2li; bulls, stag, etc..
83.0066.00; good to choice stockrrs and feed
ers. 34.60(36.60; fair to good stockers and
fiveder. 4 0uff4.6O; common to fair stickers
and feeders $8.254.00.
A. Pr Ks. Av. Pr
. :(! :i 81 111 t tl
. 87e 6 S-i .12 1487 4 00
.100 S 40 14 l4a 4 0
.844 M'l S 1040 4 OA
.1072 6 SO 4! ISO t Oft
. l.'a S 50 2 12.S4 4 111
.1044 S o It ISM 10
..10H4 S : 71 1244 4 IS
.104 i (3 21 1?2 8 II
.1145 S ' II 174 It
.1167 S 75 !4 1280 IS
,1105 S 76 14 1110 20
.11)7 6 Ifl II 1257 8 It
.1167 6 10 22 14M 24
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CHICAGO LIVR STOCK MARKET
Cattle, Hags, Aheep and Lambs Are
CHICAGO, April 11 CATTLE Receipts.
1.600 hesd: market steady; steers, t&OOfiii.U;
corns, 34.006.7n: heifers. t3.3o35.00; bulls.
33.76136. 20; calves. 84.oO4f7.60; stockers and
HOOS Receipts. 10.000 hesd; market aen-
lower: choice heavy shipping.
butchers. 37.463.7.90; light mixed,
choice light. 37.35(37.60; packing,
pigs, 35.30t?4l.8e; bulk ot sales,
AND LA MBS Receipts. 12.000
head; market steady; aheep, 8.75&.o;
lambs, 36;, yearlings, 3i.00fi7.36.
Kansas City Live Stack Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., April 13. CATTLE
Receipts. 9,000 head, Including 100 south
erns; market stesdy to strong: calves. '25c
lower; choice export and dressed beef
steers. K.104P3.75; fair to good, 35.00(8-9. 00;
western steers. $5,O0M.5O; stockers snd
feeders, 33.80tTji5.st: southern ateers. J4.S'fo(
4V26: southern cows. 32.76tif4.75; native cows,
W.2&an.30; native heifers. 84.OOfj4.20: bulls,
33.(kVVo; calves. 83.6ru7.00.
HOGS Receipts, 11,000 head; market
steady to 8c higher, top. 37.27: bulk of
sales. 6otr7.e&: heavy, $7.165'7.26: packers
snd butchers. 36.9t'7.'n4; light. 30.6O4j7.12H ;
SHEEP A.V LAMBS-Receipts. 800
head: market ilrong; lambs, 87.OiVS4.06;
yearlings. t8.637.50; wethers, S6.75tns.60;
ewes, ib:H8$.2n; stockers and feeders, 33.60
NBJW YORK. April I'J.-META LS-1 he
Ixit don tin markot waa higher tiian at th
disc last week, with spot quoted at 133
17s 6d and futures at 134 17s d. The 1ccai
market was dull but higher on the aversa
at $..itl-29.n5. Copper advanced about Its
In London, with apot quoted at 4:67 Ws and
futures at 5S 3s d. The locsl niiiiket was
steady and showed a tendency to do better,
lake being quoted at 312.87HS13.00, electro
lytic at 812.5(r,l?.7S and casting at 312.87i!r
12. 62i,i. . Lead waa lower at 13 6s Sd In
London. The local market, however. m
firm and higher at $4.124.11i. Spelter
waa unchanged at 21 7s 6d In the Iind'.i
market, but was firm and higher at M.&JWSj'
4.ft24 locally. The English Iron market ail
vanced to 47s 10'd for Cleveland warrants.
The locitl market was quiet, but steady,
With No. 1 northern foundry quoted st
813.76ai.26. No. 2 nortbern foundry at ri.'al
fl.0o, No. l southern and No. 1 southern
soft at S1S.2o16.7a.
8T. LOII8. April 13.-METALB-Lead.
higher, 84.U4jr4.16. Spelter, tiigiier, 4.S2"-
Oils anal Rosla.
OIL CITY, Pa.. April 18.-OII.8-Cedlt
balances. 81.78. Runs, 183.921: average, 4130,
7tl. 8'ilpments, 273.720; average, 190,17.
SAVANNAH, Ga.. April 13. OIL-Tut-pentlne,
R081N Firm; sales. 1.236; receipts. 1.063:'
shipments, 416: stock, 9881. Quoted. B 33.2a
(t?3.i; D, 13.36; E, 33.37H: K. $3,474; G.
33.50; H, 33.5; I, 34.10; K. 35.06; M. 16.40,
N, S6.46; G, 36.66: V"W, 36.65.
lolcdo Heed Market.
TOLEDO. April 13.-PE"EDB-Clover. cali,
Ij.So: April, 5.6a: October, 36.60; December.
.t2s; March, 3G.75; No. 2. 856; No. S.
15.50; rejecud. 3.26; neglected, $5.10. Tim
othy, prime, $1-80- Alaike, prime, 35.10.
atrsr aad Molasses.
NEW YORK. April 13. Sl'GAR-Raw,
film; fair refining, 3.42c; centrifugal. P
test, 3.9:c. Molasses mi gar. 3.17c. Refined,
steady) ciuslud, 5 66o; powdered. 6.05c;
granulated, 4.96c. . ...
Mllvraakee Grain Market.
MILWACKEK, April lS.-WHBAT-No.
I nortlierii. $1.231. 2H; No. 2 northern, 31.34
HSfl.io; July, 31. iWl.l4, asked.
OATS Standard, 3m:.
BARLEY Samples. 61iQ4inc.
St. I.eaia Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. April IS. CATTLE Receipts,
J.450 head, Including 30 head Texans; mar
ket etrone: native shipping and export
steers, 35.267.36; dressed beef and butcher
steers, S4j0ai.4O; sieers under 1.000 lbs.,
33.60rs6.10; stockers and feeders, $3.755.26:
cows and heifers. 3S.50t96.60; canners. 82.00
1.75: bulla. 33.5Oli5.50; calves. lo.OOB'o.00; Texa,
and Indian steers, 34.0034.60; cows and heif
HOG 8 Receipts. 8.600 head; market, &(&10c
higher; pigs and lights, $4.50(37. 2o; packers,
87.20C7.40; butchers and best heavy, 37.46M
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1200
hesd; market 10c higher; nstlve muttons,
34.&orS6.60; lambs. S6.00ti6.25-. culls and bucks,
33.o0y3.5O; stockers, 84.OOS6.0O.
PEORIA. III.. April 13.-CORN Higher;
No. 2 yellow, 8V: No. 3 yellow, 6c; No.
2, 6c; No. 3. beijc; No. 4. tetyc.
OATS Steady; standard. 64c; No. 3 white,
Dolstb Grain Market.
Dl'Ll'TH, April 11-WHEAT May,
July, 31.14H: No. 1, northern, $1.264;
ft'ip'loi" C si f-s
jS oui City tHct'k
Mlaaea-aalls Grata Market.
MINNEAPOl TS April 13.-WHEAT-Xlav.
81 '24i: Julv. $1 24':l.24',; i-aaii. No. 1 hard.
I SIT'afll Jm: No. 1 northern. 81.26i.tl. -,;
; No. ? nnrthr:i. $1 24'44jl.244. No. 3 nortn-
u 1 ' 2l. -at t-''-.
in; ; RR4-Tn bulk, ra yim tm.
H'l ! F'l.OI R Fi: patents. V, OiaW .. ., a
1i . pstenis. 3V9i-t4 10: firat . elesra, 84 Hi,'ri4 It-.
IT tacvonri tleaiB, $j.46jvtf '
5 00 ;
t-.'-i 4 to
749 t 10
:a 1 .
Ki4 8 75
4-1 4 40
4: 1 fo
M 56 C nleers,...12 5 70
I IOGS Receipts of hi gs tliis morning
nunird ,7ii, as against 4.672 0:1 Tuesday
c,f last sick. Tie receipts for tits two
dava amo-.iri 10 15,000 head anl nve. ai
again! l".Oo head for Hi? same, cava its
week. As compared aitii a year aao th,
wa practice If no change n t te leceipta.
AS was noted yesterday aid on s-veral
other daa of late packers a ere strongly
lnUined to leslat the rapid advance tnat
has taken place In piVr-i Juet as far aa
possible. They l evidently ben araid
of a runaway market and have naturally
KCted on the bear sltj just ss far as piac
tical. Thla morning, with lecelpts literal,
they were In a position to enforce 1 ha-ir
ldrss. and accordingly sst doan hard on
any alie-npt to boost pnree. As salesmen
ere determined to force every cent possi
ble ojL of th market it wss unusually lata
befote buyers Mnd ssleanien could gel t.
gotlier rn a trading tie el a I" f-l 1 t 4
i ciuat to 11 0 clock before
St. Joseph Lla stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH, April 13. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2,400 head; market steady: steers,
$4. 60S. 60: cows and heifers, $2.60(36.78;
HOGS Receipts. 4,600 head: market
weak: top, 37.20; fijlk ot sales. $8.8537.15.
SHEEP AND LAM B3 Receipts. 8.000
head; market 10c' lower; lambs, $4.8oig'7.0.
Sloes City Lira Stock Market.
SIOCX CITY. la.. April lS.-(Spvtal Tele
gram. 1 CATTLE Recelpta. 1,200 head ;
market stsady: beeves. $6,00(7 7.00; fat coa-s
and heifers. $.1.7414 50; feeders. $4.0Og6.2t;
HOGS Receipts, 2,i head; market Ml 10c
higher: rsnge of prices. $7.10; bulk ot ssles.
Stock la bight.
western markets yesterday:.
Cattle, flogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 4 60 9.792 4.360
Sioux City l.-rno 2.W
St. Joseph 2,000 4.600 3.000
Kansss City .000 ll.tjno 600
St. Louis 2.450 8 b") 10
Chicago l.&Oi) 10,000 12.000
Total 1.71 47.692 :fm
TRIAL HALTED BY SUICIDE
New York Official Cbaraed with Km
bessllatT Funds Shoots Himself
Through the Head.
B1NGHAMTON. , Y., April lS.-Ort tha
eve of Ms second trial on the charge of
embeiillng Broom county funds, which
was scheduled to open in Cooperstown at
10 o'clock this morning, Arthur W, T.
Back, former clerk of the Broom County
Board of Supervisors, former custodian of
county buildings and former chairman of
the Broome county republican committee,
committed eulcld early today by shooting
himself through the head. '
Goverameat lo Kb Serfdom.
LISBON. April 18. The government has
decided to introduce- a rigid system of In
spection In Angola, Wast Africa, to put
an end to the conditions of enforoe) labor
among the native workers on th cocoa
plantations which have rearulted In condi
tions akin to slavery.
KANSAS CITY. April 13. WH EAT May,
1.21': July. $1.W'4; bepianibet, tl.f'l-,
f'OKN- M.v, 4"'c; July, tSc; September.
OATS I'nchanged; :o. 2 white, 64ic,
No. 2 mixed. &4j53c.
HAY Steady; choice timothy. $:0.75t4
H.'O: thole prairie. $3.7510.00, choice al
falffi. $16 0OU14.OO.
BUTTER Creamery, 2Sc: fittts. 26c; sec
onds. 24c; packing stock, 1,'c.
LOGS Extras. 2XMc: current receipts,
flat. lS'-ec; seconds and dirties. 17jc.
Wheat, bj :l0.u(ii 9i.ii0
Corn, be IO.omi :VtXi0
Oats, bu . 17.0.0
NEW YORK, A;nl 13. -COFFEE-Futures
opened quiet at (til advance of 15
points on June, whirh ref ( ted a nominal I
leadjuatment to nea" pantv wltii the apot
month, but generally uiicliangsd. Uutineia
T ss very quiet ami small ordsra nxumtd
some irregularity during His dsy, the t loan
being steady, net ft points lower 10 15 point
higher. Foreign markets showed no Im
portant changes. Ssles here war reported
of 11,766 bsgs. Including Mav at 6.S4V0 4 90c ;
July, 6 4-'i.50c: September. 4.10; December.
6 96c. Spot, quiet; Nr. 7 Rio. tc; No 4
Sanios, '.tc. Mild, quiet: Cordova. 941Ji.
Bvasarate1 Apples aad Dried rrell.
NEW YORK.. April 13 -EVAPORTLL
APPLES Markot continues steadv on a
semewhst Improved demand with fanc.i
quoted at 4V94Vc: choice at 7fl71c; prims
' ai no-i'it and romnion to fair hi inw .
saougn j Willi Its old crop fruit prslng tor ttle.
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