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ititi UMAMA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 18, 1909.
A CONTENTS OF FRIVATE "TABLE.
Handsome, etyllnh pair of matched horeee;
Kentucky bred saddler (has all the g.ilts),
reliable family or depot horse; faat trot
ter. 2:12'.; prlta winning runabout cob;
children'! pet pony; Brewster brougham;
miniature victoria (naed four times); mall
phaeton, cutunder depot wagon; family
urrejr (seat four); runabout wagon; um
brella top phaeton, Tuxedo trap; gover-
' ties cart; Blelgh; alngle and double har
ries; Imported ladles' and genta saddles,
bear and cloth robea, liveries, whlpa. flx-
' turea, etc.; tremendous sacrifice; owner
ha purchased automobiles, rrlvate Bta-
fcla. 9 EaJt 62d Bt, naar 6th Ave., Nw
York. (18)-3&8 18x
Ins., Ramge Bldg.
6TRIKC.ES. rubber ' good a. by mall; cut
Ktce. Band for free catalogue. Myers
Uon Drug Co.. Omaha 18i 14
TUB SALVATION ARMT solicit caatoff
clothing; In fact, anything you do not
' Pd. W collect. rapair and all at IM
N. ljth St., for coat of collection to the
worthy poor. Call "phone Douglaa 41
and wagon will call. Ui) 7bi
f AftNFTTTf! treatment Mme. Smith,
iUii.UlMrjXXV 6J, H j4th toiri floor.
aa HOME for woman during confinement.
. We find homes for bablaa where moth
era cannot care for them. Bable
' boarded. Mrs. Martha A. Lee. lot Ban
croft St. 'Phone Douglas 1821.
(18) M438 May7x
R.fVATHI homa during confinement;
bable adopted. The Good Samaritan San
itarium, 140 rirat Ave., Council Bluffs.
HAXJB aafea, new. Id-hand.
1818 Fa mum.
DRUNKENNTJ8S DfttjO HABIT, cured to
stay cured under positive guarantee.
Write the Fnsor Remedy Co.. Dept. O,
South Omaha. Neb. , 08) M9S2 M13
Flectrlo vibratory, 120 B.
'l(th. room 308. Fourth
Floor, Old Boat on Store. (18) 943 Mayli
TOUNQ WOMEN coming to Omaha aa
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian association, 17th nnd
Howard St., where they will be directed
to suitable boarding places or otherwise
assisted. A deaconeas representing the
association meets trains at the Union sta-
tlon aa travelers' aid. (18) -268
MAP8AOB PROF. O. K. DINJ1AN. EX
PERT MASSEUR. For ladles and gentle,
men. If tired, languid, laiy, from lack
of circulation which causes Indigestion,
constipation, torpid liver, rheumatism and
chronlo troubles, try the Oriental mas
sag. Thorough hand work. Face and
scalp treatment; I years la Oman at 406
Bee Bldg. Douglas 4038.
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, warts and moles
t permanently removed by electricity; con
sultation free and confidential; all work
guaranteed. Miss Allender, 624 Bee Bldg.
A REFINED lady of middle age and alone
would like to meet a refined gentleman of
. i niters ana Divorced are, excused.
Address, p. O. Box 217,
POULTRY AND EGGS
B. C. B. LEGHORN EGOS 11 per setting,
13 per 100. O. H. Deaver, Orleans. Neb.
. ill) M6t iix
8. C. WHITE LEGHORN EGGS Choice
standard bred stock. Heavy laying strain.
S& per 100, 88 per 80, 83 per 20.
Mra. W. L. MoKeuney. .. .
Parmer, Merrick County, Neb.
8. C. BUFF ORPINGTONS, free range;
egg for hatching, 31.26 per IB, 83.00 for 60,
86.00 for 100. Indian Runner duck eggs, 11
for 31.26; W for 83.60. Toulouae goose eggs,
. 86o each. Guaranteed fresh and ferule.
Peter 4V Brehm, Harvard, Neb.
WHITE ROCK EGGS, $1 for 16. 1611 Oak St.
(11) M532 20x
BARRED ROCK egg; good utility atock.
Arthur Gillette. 815 N. 16th Bo. Omaha.
I (1D-M633 18x
6. C BLACK MINORCA eggs for setting!
: 81 for 14. Tel. Harney 8883. Uli MSS8 M2x
It. C. R. L RED EOGB for sale. Pen eggs,
'. 81.80 per IS, 88 per 100; from pens scoring
i su to sa range ai per ia, ss per 1UU. J. w,
Abraham. Valley. Neb. (11 M24
CHAMBERLAIN'S Original perfect dry
. chick feed. Use this only and save young
chickens. Stewarts Feed Store, Sola
Agents. 11 N. 18th St. (11 M841 May 1'
1 .. ,
White Leghorn eggs 86 per 100, at Mandy
Lea Farm. TeL Florence 162.
- Isard Sta.
for sale cheap. Apply to
Delivery Co., 221 and
(ID M731 18x
BUFF ORPINGTONS Baby chicks and
eggs. Ask for prices. Big winter layers.
Prswltt, Box 628, Ottawa, la. (ID
JARVE PTG. CO., Job orlntlng and calen
dars. 16tb e Cap. Ave.' 'Phone Ind. A-262U,
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
to ACRES no Improvement a, 4 mile west
of fclmwood Park; ft miles west of itth
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO,
' 1001 N. Y. Ufa. Douglaa or A 2151
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loans.
Peters Trust Co.
SECOND MORTGAGE loana negotiated.
Apply Room 417-18 First Nat l Bank Bldg.
Ball 'phone Douglas 2318. t22 62S
loans and warrants. W.
Co., UiO Farnam St.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED Information regarding a good
farm for Sale; not particular about loca
tion; wish to hear from owner only, who
will eel) direct to buyer; give price, de
scription and state when roaseeelon can
be had. Address L. Derbyshire, Bo 1901
D. Rochester. N. T. (28)-
WANTED To buy new home In Bemls
Tark Diet. or 7 room; modern; not
over 13,000. Address W 30, cure Bee.
(23) M476 18
TR1VATB money to loan.
CM Brandela Bldg.
LOWEST RATES Bemls.
NEW furnaces, hot watsr and hot air com
bination heating, t and 4-hole laundry
hot water heaters, mantle grates, gas
stoves repaired, water fronts and flower
vaaea. Omaha Stove Repair works. 12f6
12oa, Douglaa St. 'Pfconee Ind. A-3621;
Bell, Douglas . 349
WANTED TO BUY
Apply 618 8. 18th St.
HIGHE8T prices for secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothes and shoes. Tsi. Doug. 8971.
BEAT pries paid for secondhand furniture,
carpets, stoves, clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug.
The Practical Auctioneer. 848 N.
WANT TO BUT A small line of elevators
and lumber yard In eaatern Nebraska or
Kansas. R. (R. Chenoweth, Ohlowa, Neb.
(25) M232 18x
WANTED Dirt to fill yard. 2817 Miami Bt.,
or 'fhons web. 194. (26) M243 lx
WANTED By young couple without chil
dren; I or 1 rurnlehed rooms equipped for
light housekeeping; must be In f tint-class
modern home and neighborhood; will
prove permanent If agreeable and ref
erences exchanged. Address L 334. Bee.
! GRAIN AND PRODUCE MAUU
Wheat Ariin Ooei Up on Foreign
WORLD-WIDE SUPPLY SCARCITY
Cora- Higher on LI gat Sapply and
Poor Hia of Dally Receipts
Still Higher Prices for
OMAHA. April 17, 1908.
Wheat prices advanced again today. The
situation abroad Is becoming more sent
and the acarcltv cf suonlles Is asserting It
self the world over. Still higher prices are
predicted, with only slight reactions off and
on. Liverpool cables were up 1 Saturday
and started the domestic markets strong.
Lighter corn supplies and a lighter run
of dally rscelpts during the spring planting
season are pushing corn vales steadily
his her. Cash Is strong but slow.
Wheat opened on the firm foreign news
and maintained a strong tone during the
session. Cash Is still on the advance and
there seems to be nothing In sight to
stem the upward tide. May opened at
81 234 and closed at fl.244.
Corn was strong and higner, with a gooa
general trade. Receipts continue very light
and with this Improvement In the eastern
demand prices are expected to advance.
May corn opened at 64Vc and closed at 65c.
Primary wheat recelpta were 281,000 bush
els and shipments 280.000 bushels, against
receipts last year of 601. 000 bushels and
shipments of 346.000 bushels.
Corn race rts were 206.000 bushels and
shipments .TStS.Wrt bushels, against receipts
last year of 664,000 bushels and shipments
of 624. 0iO bushels.
Clearances were 28.000 bushels of corn,
8,000 bushels of oats, and wheat and flour
equal to 157,ono bushels.
Liverpool cloaed -Vfcttliid higher on wheat
and 4n4d higher on com.
Local range or options :
WANTED to rent Msy 1, I or 6-room mod
ern house. Must be In good neighbor
hood. Will lease for year. References.
No children. State terms. Y 162, Bee.
(26) M237 23x
FOUR or 5-room furnished octtage or flat.
Addreea C 826. Bee. (26) M149 20X
WANTED 8 furnished rooms, May 1; Loth-
rop school district. L. R. Vorce, 124 Bin
ny Bt. (26) 469 20
BOOKKEEPER Young woman, ten years'
experience in drug house and wholesale
line, wants position; best of references as
to ability In handling books, office work
which requires dealing with public, but
. not stenography. Address, giving time
most convenient for applicant to call, N
336, care Bee. (27) M260 I8x
YOUNG ATTORNEY wants position with
established law firm. Well educated. C
276, care Bee. (27) M&6 lflx
POSITION wanted by all round clerk; 13
years' experience In general merchandise;
best reference; a worker; reasonable
wages, isox 418, Wayne, Nebraska.
WANTED By a Filipino boy a place to
work for board while attending Boyles
Business college. Best of recommenda
tions. Address Fermra Gamo, Crawford,
Nb. (27) M396 25x
SEALED-BIDS" WILL BE RECEIVED
at the office of J. C. Simpson, secre
tary, Dea Moines, Iowa, for the erection
or a steel construction fireproof grand
stand, to be constructed on the Iowa
State Fair Grounds. Bids will be reoelved
on the entire work complete, and also
separately on the steel work, mason work,
grading and plumbing. All bids are to be
in on or berore 13 o'clock noon of the 29th
of April, 1909, and shall be accompanied
with a certified check of 6 per cent of the
amount of the bid, aa a guarantee that
the bidder will enter Into contract. If re
quired to do so, and give a good surety
bond of 40 per cent of tha amount of hia
contract, for the faithful performance at
the aame. Approximate estimate of
quanoniea: uradlng, 20,000 yarda; brick
wotk, iwm; cut stone, 1,140 cublo feet
reinrorced concrete floors, 80.000 euhlc
ieet; cement walks and curb. 80,000 feet;
ir-i worn, vii lona. All worn to be com.
n hiii on n, hrnp. K ww a. ......
1909. Plans may be seen at the office of
Secretary Simpson, or at the office of
i iver j. Diaun. arcnitect. aoo roungerman
ii aim alter April lutn.
PAYNE, BOSTWICK a CO.. N. Y. Life.
Private money; 8600 to 18,000; low rata
lioo TO 8W.O0O made promrtly. F. D. Wead.
W e&a tliag., ism ana r amem. "ID 2S
. -a a-
band and (or sal)
from $300 to $3,000.
BENSON & MYERS,
412 N. Y. Life Bldg.
nVI PER CENT MONEY
te loan on
Omalia Business Property.
Room L New York Ufa Bldg."
txoo TO 86.000 on homes In Omaha 0Kcefe
Steal w. w a. av. iuu
MONEY TO BUILD.
MM tit Alia At mirranl ra
, B. THOMAS. 8u8 First Net I Bank Bldg.
- BOO te 87OO.00O, lowest rate
(J win Bros.. 1604 Farnam.
ONEY TO l-OAN Payne Investment Co,
' WHEN writing to advertisers remember
It only tk a strnk or two of the pr
o m"itiua the fact thai you aaw tha a
. Tha Bee.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
shorts, 31L2B; clear ribs, 811.80; short clears,
, 1-oi'LiTRY Steady; chk-Jtns. 17c;
springs, Ibc; turkeys, 111019c; ducks, WVc;
BI TTER Fteadv; creamery. 2:c
EOQS eteady at l!c, caaa count.
Receipts and shipments ol dour and
giaiii were as follows:
Flour, bbls 8.800 6.400
Wheal, bu 36,iO 5l,tw
Corn, bu SS.VO " S.7vH)
Oats, bu 82.100 31.000
WEATHER IX THE GRAI BELT
la Tern oermt are.
OMAHA, April 17. 1909.
Light showers were scsttered over south
western Nebraska and the lower Mlasourl
valley during Friday night and are re
ported In the extreme upper valley this
morning. Light rains are falling In the
lower lake region, and generally cloudy
weather continues In the lake region, the
Ohio, Mlssisolppi and Missouri valleys, and
Increasing cloudiness is shown throughout
the west. The weather is very much
warmer In the middle and lower Mlaaourl
valley and weat into the mountains, and
generally warmer prevails everywhere ex
cept In the extreme northwest and on the
north Pacific coast, where the temperature
Is falling. Tl e weather will continue cloudy
and unsettled In this vicinity tonignt ana
Sunday, with probably showers late tonight
or Sunday, with warmer tonight, louowca
by cooler Sunday.
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the last three years:
1909. 1908 . 1907. 1906.
Minimum temperature ... 43 48 28 CO
Precipitation 00 .17 .15 .00
Normal temperature for today, si degrees.
Deficiency in precipitation since March 1,
OiiAiU LIVE STOCt MARKET
Killing Cattle Fifteen to Quarter
Lower for Week.
HOGS OPEN FIVE TO TEH HIQHEB
Liberal Receipts ( Bhe-es) aad l.anabs
(or Week, While Prices Are
WoaJc to Aroma Tea
OMAHA, April IT. 1909.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
i. it incnea.
WELSH. Local Forecaster.
Articles.! Open. Hlgh.j low. Close.j Yes y.
Corn and wheat region bulletin for
Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four hours
ending at 8 a. m.. 75th meridian time,
Saturday, April 17, 1908:
Stations. Max. Mln
Omaha Cask Price.
WHEAT No. I hard. $l.ffl.26; No. t
hard, 11.211.24; No. 4 hard. 81.181.20; No. ,8
CORN No. I. 86BHe; No. 4. 64o; No. t
yellow, wattle; No. 3 white. (We.
OATS-No. 8 mixed, HV,g51c: No. t
yellow. 62S24c; No. t white, bZSfJo:
No. 4, 62Hc; standard, 63c.
RYE-No. 8, 76c; No. 8, 74376c
Wheat Corn. Oats.
10 64 106
12 15 IS
Broken Bow, Neb.
JOr. Island, Neb.
Hartlngton, Neb. 66
Hastings, Neb.... 61
Holdrege, Neb.... 67
Oakdale, Neb 65
t larlnda, la...
Sioux City. Ia.
The official number of cara of atock
Drought In today by each road was:
M. & St. P 1
Missouri Pacific 1 1
Union Pacific 18 12
& N. W., east. 2
& N. W., west 26
St. P., M. & 0 6
C, B. A Q., east 2
B. & Q., west 11
R. 1. & P., east 2
hlcago Ureat Western 1
Total receipts 19 65
The disposition of the day'B receipts was
follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated:
With the Man
who delivers his wares, his
meats, groceries, milk,
bread or even clean laun
dry, in a rusty looking,
worn out, dilapidated
Omaha's an up-to-date
city, it's people are critical
and demand clean goods
and clean delivery of same.
We have the best vari
ety of open and top fancy
in the city.
We're reasonable and
CHICAGO GBAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featares of the Trading; an Closla
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, April 17. Popular sentiment
In the wheat pit on the Board of Trade was
decidedly bullish today and prices worked
back still closer to the high point regis
tered before the sensational break of last
Friday. At the close prices Were fcS'lHc to
lHc higher than yesterday's final Quota
tions. Corn and provisions closed firm, but
oats were rather weak.
Trade in t-e wheat pit was again of
large propon. ..a, but no wild fluctuations
in prices occurred, the undertone through
out ine a ay Detng one ot consistent firm
ness. The price of cash wheat here and
other centera continued to move on an
extremely high plane and the demand by
miners was said to be fully up to normu
Foielgn markets also were strong, Liver
pool being up Tfcd to lWd. Proaepeets of a
bullish set of statistics on Monday, Includ
Ing. a amall world's movement, a liberal
decrease In the amount of wheat on piesage
and a probable large decrease In the Amer
ican visible supply, further contributed to
the upturn here. The market ODened strona
at gains of "4c to lc. May being at 81.27'i
1.28V4. July opened at 81.17S4S1.17H and
September at 81.07Vx31.0Y. Trade In the
May delivery was slack the greater part
oi me day ana the price declined at one
time to 81.27. The July and September
options, however, were in good demand
practically all day. The market closed at
almost the highest point, with May at
3128S4 and July at $1.184t4?a.l8fe. Septem
ber closed at J1.08V.
corn tor May delivery advanced to a aew
high record mark for the season, selling at
). w per du. on initial transactions and again
a few minutes before the end. Indications
that local stocks will be greatly depleted
during the next few days, owing to the
opening of navigation, was a bullish factor.
The price of the cash grain advanced lc at
the sample tables.' The market, closed
strong, with prices a shade lower to Voc
higher. During the day May sold between
6VWc and 70c and closed at 69T4'S70c.
Favorable conditions for the seeding of
the new crop inspired considerable selling
of oats. May, however, manifested some
firmness, owing to an advance of hc to He
in cash grain. At the close prices were
shade higher to c lower.
Provisions were firm because of a 10c
advance In live hogs. Closing quotatlona
were 6c to IZHc higher.
The leading futures ranged aa follows:
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a. m. Not included in
No. of Temp. Rain.
Stations. Max. Mln. Inches.
Des Moines, Ia. ...
Karsss city, mo..
Bt. Louis, Mo
throughout the corn and wheat region
Light showers in an except tne liouisvuie
district since the laat report.
L. A. WELBM,
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau,
64 42 .12
70 60 T
58 88 .13
76 50 T
74 46 .06
"8 60 .00
62 84 .04
63 88 .02
74 60 .16
ttnues to rise
Omaha Packing company
Swift and Company
udahy Packing company
Armour & Co
Kohan Packing company
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close. Yes y.
May , 1 27H 1 28HI, I 27 1' 28H 1 27H
July 1 J7S4H 1 18H' ' 1 17H 1 184H 1 17
bept. 1 07HS 1 08V4 1 07'n 1 O8V4 1 07V4
Dtc 1 06?a 1 0TVk 1' 1 06 1 05
May 70 69H WAfflO ePSITH
July 67(6ti8 6S4 67H4W 684 67Hf84
Sept. 87W 67 67 67S WHfHd
Dec. 58H 66 5868HH 5H
May 55T4056 56 65H0H to 55
Jcly 4 4S 4874 4
Sept. 41!5'4 41 1 tHS"i 41
May 18 20 18 22H IS 16 18 20 18 16
July 18 15 18 20 18 12H 18 20 Is 07 H
Sept IS 17H IS 17H 18 16 18 17H 18 07V;
May ID 85 10 40 10 86 10 40 10 82
July 10 47H 10 52H 10 47H 10 te'.t 10 45
Sept. 10 60 10 67H 10 60 10 65 10 67H
May 9 50 9 67V. 60 67H 9 45
July 960 9 70 960 9 70 9 67H
Sept. 975 980 9 75 980 9 70
18th and Harney
. V HAVE BUYERS for a 5-room house,
, a-rooin bouse ena a couple A vacant lota
, MOW ATA LAND AND JOT COMPANY,
autte 624 N. Y. LUe Bldg . Omaha.
n::w yo7;k. ap-i; 17,-coffee-Fj
tuies opened irregular at an advance of
polnta on June, but generally unchanged
to 10 points lower, under scattered liquida
tion. There was no business In June. The
matket ruled somewhat steadier In tha lata
trading as a result -of covering and bull
surport. oaiea Were reported of 41,(t) baga,
lnchtdlng April at wl8fcc. May at .7fr?
sue. June at ttuc, juiy at t.300 and
September at sc. Spot, quiet; No. 7 Rio,
8c; No. 4 Santoa 8H0. Mild, dull: Cor
ova, rfcOUo. . . a. v
Cash quotations were as follows
FLOUR Steady: winter patents. 85.80
b.zb: winter straignts, tbHrae w; spring pat
nts. S5.WKb6.10; spring straights. 84.50(34.70:
RYE No. 2, 80W81C
BARLEY-Feed or mlxlrg. 64!W4ttc: fair
to choice malting, 66'Q7c.
EE. EDS Flax. No. 1 southwestern. 81.574:
70. 1 northwestern, 81.67. Timothy. 83.S0,
PROVISIONS Mess Dork. ier bbl.. 218 Boa
L60. Lard, per 100 lbs.. 810.40. Short ribs.
rides (lo.se), S9.V2Q.62H. Short clear sides
BUTTER Steadv: creameries. esffMo?
EGOS Firm: firsts. lOUc: nrlma flr.t.
t HFEaE Firm: daisies. llifillHc! twins.
15irl6o: young Americas, 15tC16c; long
POTATOES Btrons: choice ta fancv 11 06
V inir 10 SOOQ, l.lni.U9.
POULTRY I' I'm: turkevs. 10c: chickens.
iv-t. ijriMKa. idc.
VEAL Ea,v: 60 to fo lbs. c: 60
lbs.. 7a7fee: 85 to 110 lhs.. alc.
Total clearances of wheat and flour mmr
equal to lis.Ouu bu. Primary receipts were
281.0(0 bu., compared with 501.000 hu. the
correaponaing aay a year ago.
IvaUmated receiDts for Mondav: Whi
u cars; i orn, 00 cars; one, 12! cars; hoga,
of the Day
NEW YORK. Auril 17.-FLOTJR-RecelptB,
10.600 bbls.: exports. 12,400 bbls.; market dull.
without quotable changes; Minnesota pat
ents, 86.0Oiati.50; Minnesota, bakers, 84.606.10;
Winter Datents. 86.00ffl6.50; winter straights.
S5.85&4.16: winter extras, 84.36n6.0O; winter
low grades, H.8.yu; ivansas straigius
85.706.96. Rye flour, firm; fair to good
14 ifi4 SO: choice to fancy. 84.60(94.80.
CORNMEAlv White ana yeuow, ti.ovra
1.55; coarse, 1.461.60; kiln dried. 83.4003.6').
RYE Easy ; no. 8 western, sue, 1. o. d.
barley Oulet: ma tine. 76KC7c. c. 1. r.
New York: feeding. 74S75c, o. L f New
WHEAT Receipts, 2,400 bu.; exports,
24,000 bu. Bpot, Irregular; No. 8 red, 8140,
elevator, and 81-41, r. o. d., arioat; ino. j
porthem. Duluth. 81.23. f. O. b.. afloat;
No. 2 hard winter. 81.38. f. o. b.. afloat. In
response to higher cables, wheat was gen
erally firm all day, with offerings light,
wrrld'a shipments small and the cash situa
tion still bullish. Final prices snoweo. ,to
He net advance. May olosed at 81.8SW4. July
at J1 2x1 and Sebtember at 81.14T4.
CORN Receipts. oti,7t)0 ou.; exports, i.nw
bu. Spct, steady; No. 2, 7!Hc. elevator, and
77He, f. o. b., afloat; No. 2 white, 7bVjc,
nominal; No. z yellow, iitjc, 1. o. o nnusi.
Th nntlon market waa strong and de
oMediv hia-her on a big demand from May
horts to cover. That delivery cloaed 2c
m anlnit lUc advance otherwise. May
closed at 78Hc. July at 76c and September
oath Receipts, bo.wjj ou. expons, o.vjm
hu Hnnt. onlfit: mixed oats. 28 to 9t ids.
676580: natural white, 26 to 32 lbs.
clipped white, sz to to ios;, iwomc
HAY JOOd aemtwio; ro. a, iw;
HIDES Firm; Bogota, ivuvx;.
i.fa th rti Hteaav: acta, uwisn.
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family, 815.00
irtnu. m. m tio.snmi.oo: beer nams, r:.w.a
26.no: DacKet. nvumn.mi, tuj
m.. 121 tftff 23.(0. Cut meats, steady: pick
led bellies. 810.00: pickled hams, 110.50. Lard
firmer; western, iiowwiu. 10, reiuiun, mm
..niinani in 10: South America, iii.wj
POmDOUnrt. 87.75COW.OU. I-orn. Iirm; laiuuj
819.0020.00; short clear. 8lOOii.ou;
" 'Tl. . ,mn ,- III.
TALLOW-uuin ; cny vc Fa , "t-
aa.,mw trVmw frve. 6HA6C.
RICE Firm: aomesuu, inir i u
CHc; Japan, nominal.
nrlce. 2Sc; extras.
firsts. 21?'2e: creamery.
special. 2tS7o; procsss,
rnnn-Rtmnr western bwi" rnl f' "
tic: firsts. 21C21HC; seconds, soumem
1111 - ' . . . . . j . . .ki.i..
POULTIt I Alive, fienuxi
ens. broilers, uxuna;, ir, w
n,ui. steady: western chickens, lie
Philadelphia Prodaco Market.
PHTUtDELPHIA. April 17. BUTTER
Firm; extra western creamery, are,
irnras Kirm: -ennyivii
rhv firsts, free cases. uvc at main
u...iu.ni and other nearby current re
celpts returnable cases, 2rHc at mark
1. fir.t a free cases. 214c at mark
1 . , . . .Alz
western current receipts, iree i7as
wu.r at mark.
n-jrn:re Firm: New York full creams,
choice, unaic; fair to good. 14HS15c,
Liverpool Ural a Market.
LIVERPOOL, April 17,-WHEAT-Spot,
atrong; No. red western winter, 9s ld
futures, firm; May, 9a 2d; July, 9s 4d
Oartpmbr Ra 9d.
fXlK. POl, SiruilB. iiww ihti Rill
mixt.,1. via Oalveaton. a sa; futures, tirm
May, 6a 1HJ: July. 6a 7Hd-
firm and tin
27Q27HO; thirds to
held, common to
common to ane
174523c: western, factory, nrst, was
eatrn. imitation creamery, firsts,
St. Loots General Market.
8T. LOUIS, April 17. WH EAT Higher'
track, No. 1 ri d. caali. 81.21; No. J hard
A-M-ri i.tiv, iimy , a.., iuiy. fl.ll.
tUH.N-Hifher; trnclt. Nr. cash. lO1
no. z wmte. m:; Wy, taSOVic; July,
oatb Migner; triek. No. 1 caah, 51c;
ro. i wiiii.. mci ia.iy, n-e; July, 484.0.
RYE Higher at r2c.
fl.ut rt i nrtiangrd; red winter patents.
.!o.7: extia Unry snd straight, ti.bHf
a.a; nun wu.irr vit irn. .zHi4iM.
C'GKK MF AL 3 X
BRA.N-i-irm; sacked, east track, 81.2a
HAY Firm; timothy, llJOPfinoO; prairie.
IHON COTTON T1E& 80c.
HEMP TWINS iC.
KROViaiuKS-rorK, stesay; jobbing,
817 H- I-ard, higher; prime ateam, 810 1:4
CT10.22V4. Dry aalt meata, higher: boxed ex
tra attorta, 810 25; clear ribs, 110 bo: short
Clear; fl.50. Baooo, Hubert boxed
PEORIA, April 17. CORN Hlghsr; No,
1 vellew. 70e; No. 8 yellow, Ric; no. j,
10c; No. 8. 694c; No. 4. Mtc.
OATS Higher; NO. I wnue, eotc; no.
white. 641Afi65c; No. wnue. wc; stan
Sagar aad Molasses.
NKW YORK. Anrll 17 8UOA R-Raw,
atesdv: fair refining, 3.42c: centrifugal, SS
test. 8.9?c. Molsasea sugar, sue. netinea
steady; No. 6, 4 45c; No. 7. 4.40c; No. 8, 4.c
No. 6. 4 S0c; No. 10. 4 ane; No. n. t e
No. 12. 4.15c: No. 18. 4 10c: No. 14. 4 10c
confectioners' A. 4.75c; mould A. 6.80c ; cut
losf. 675c: crushed. 5.65c: powder?d. 5.06c
granulated. 4 S5e: cubes. 6.2ftc.
rllM.Ar.Br t.Mjiei: .-w uriMna pjicii
kettle, good to choice, 2aC.
Mlaaoaaulls Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Ml'm . April 17.
WHEAT Msy. 8126,; July. 5126T4; rsah
No. 1 hard, 81.SO$1.304: No. 1 northern
81.291 M1; No. northern, SL271.2714
No. 3 northern. n.Hai.zv
FLAX t toseo
BR A N In bulk, 8-'3 0C523 SO.
FLOl'R Flrat na'ents, S0Kg1.3: second
patents. 85&4-10; first dears, Sivt.86
Official Monday 6,043
Official Tuesday 6.7:
Official Wednesday 5,618
Official Thursday 8.156
Official Friday 699
Estimate Saturday taO
Six days this week.. ..20,538
Same days last week... 15,226
Same days 3 weeks ago..l7.3W
ame days 1 weeks ago..lt.MX
aim days 4 weeks ago. .18.0)
8a in 9 days last year.. 12, 789
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
ui year to aula, oomoarea wan last year;
ii i9c. Ina Dec,
Cattlo 273.718 280.914 7,19
Hogs J....gj;t)2 0ii.449 52,767
Sheep 617,808 429,904 87,904
The following table shows tthe average
price or hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, wtih comparisons:
44.101 41 .887
Date. I 1909. 190g. 1907. 1906. 1905. 1904. 1903.
5 74 4 361
4 48 6 S-'
6 42 6 34
t Id 4 911 T 27
m 6 25i
8 SHI 6 &
451 ( i
6 611 5 23
6 28 4 961
6 811 4 tt
CATTLE There were no freeii recelpta ot
cattle today of any consequence, the yards
being practically bare of supplies, for me
week receipts have been very large, but
this has been by no means a record break
ing week. Supplies huve consisted very
laro-elv of beef steers with moderate show
ing of cow stuff and almost no Blockers or
The markets of the country tnia wee
have Buffered a Bevere reverse In beef
steers, the close at this point being ten
eraly 2&o lower than one week ago. The
causa for such a severe break Is to bo
found In the limited consuming aemanu
at eastern centera of population, which in
Minnvikin with the 1111 e recelbts. com
bine to send prices downward at a rapid
rate. A teature of the market is tne tact
th.t tha demand Is more active for tne
commoner kinds of cattle than for the
Hat hnuvv mrnfAdfl.
Cows and heifers have declined during me
week lStflflo and In some cases as mucn
as 25o on the kind that waa Belling at
around 84.754j6.00. The market on the she
stuff, however, hae been more active than
on beef steers, for the reason that the
consuming demand seems to call for the
irani rilta Cit beef.
A peculiarity or me worn rri--ciA.
tr, he found in the fat that an extremely
small number of stockers and feeders waa
Included In the run. on some aays mere
there have hardly been enough cattle ot
that description to make any test of the
market. While the demand ftns not been at
all large, there has, nevertheless, been a
fair Inquiry and the U3ht offerings met
with very ready takera at tuny sieauy or
even stronged prices. In other words
stockers and feeders have sold this week as
high as they have any time this year.
The feeling on tne mainet seems 10 i
that the future of prices on an Kinas 01
killing cattle is dependent very pargeiy uu
i-..int. It has been tmi)iif.trated that
business conditions In the east are not such
aa to admit forcing any increase in con
iimniinn nt mpt nroducts. Hence any
material' Increase In receipts of live cattle
la almost certain to be louoweo oy
AAmanniiAInf derreASS In DrlceS.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
cornfed steers, S5.9mS6.40; fair to good cora
fed steers. 85.5fi6.90; common to fair corn
fed steers. 4.&Oafi &0: gooa 10 cnoiu-e cum
ml heirera. K 75fr6.50: fair to good cows
and heifers. S3.8Stff4.75: Common to fair
cows and helrera, 1z.axaa.s3; bh-k unirn,
S.rAr,(!M.26: veal calves. S3.25a.75: bulls,
.tnfira etc . aa (v7T-4.o: aooa 10 unuiu. . iu. .
ra and feeders. S4.50tn6.50: fair to good
stockers ar.i' feeder. 84 (KXff4.50; common to
fair atoekvra end feeders. at.26.uu,
nna Sh loners livened things up in tne
hog yards this morning, paying prices that
were 6c ana in many cases wc uiguer man
yesterday, for the kinu of hogs they could
use. One or two packers also chipped In
paying around 5c higher for good light
and good heavy hogs. The other buyers
however, ho d back and when tne more
urgent orders ' were filled the advance of
the morning very Quickly disappeared, the
market becoming no better than steady
continued about that way until the close.
The hogs sold largely at S6.6u7.05 and on
up aa high aa 37.16 for several loads or gooa
heavv hoss. It will be remembered that
most of he hogs ye:-iday brought 86.80u1
37.00. with a tOD at 67.10.
Tha receiots ot i rzj iniH wtea nave been
quits liberal, showing s gain of about 4,500
head over list . dui a tailing on as
eomoared y 1th the "ec-k before. Receipt
this weeg nave- aito known a smaii gain
over a vear ago. Tn nnrxet tnis weea ha
undergone some uicioea cnangea. The
ft rat two days prices advanced quite
rapidly, the average price paid for all the
hogs on Tuesday reaching slightly above
87.00. the highest point touched so far
seven year. During the next three days
there waa a eiendy downward movement
In nrleea in-l. fter allowing for the ad
van re. today, tne market is still a shade to
60 lower than it was at the close of las
week, or 7Hi"c lower than the extreme
high point on Tuesday.
Nu At. ah. Ft. Ino. At. an. r.
t 14 ... I 00 It tv8 40 4 N
II M ... I 40 71 134 110 to
H 1 75 s M 120 t W
1 1M W ill 130 t K
M 181 10 78 77 S0 W I 1
(4 t"l 110 4 85 73 33) 120 4 W
81 il ISO 4 14 14 tit too 4 9
H Hi 80 6 W 76 141 t) S
an too (ft I U 43 44 120
ii tu4 so at It il M 4 7
14 U 18 7 t7 10 I S7V
71 M W 4 U 61 2M M t 00
71 IK 120 4 M 74 231 ... 1 0
(A ilO 40 4 M 7S 140 10 Itt
( Ml ... 4 17 U f IN IM
H 1W t S7Sa 7 2:5 160 t 00
4! M7 M IM 70 241 ... t 0114
1 ! ID I ) 74 SS 40 t 0tS4
j; l 140 4 M 8u !3S ... 1
tl tt ... 18. .......IW ... T M
71..: til 80 43 IKS tO 7 Oi
so im ... 6 0 7t U ... lot
It 1HS ... 40 71 ... 7 0S
40 814 120 !V4 44 2: ... 7 Ot
7t lit 100 4 a: it Mi I ia
tl ill ... I ! '
77 0 110 5 44 3ol ... 114
77 Wl ... 4 J It Ill ... 1 U
SHEEP ReceiDts of alieeu on Saturda
are generally very mengur and on a few
occasiona of a n.lnu quantity. Today
there were 00 arrivals wliatever.
Outside of the slow, stlcl.y condition o
tha aheeo trade this week, the market h
preaenteil no erei:llly new or Interestln
features. Under the influence uf activ
bukliia den.and of a fcpasmodio nature,
values rallied at times but seemed to be
unable to maintain iiermanent levels.
Sulsamen are geuer.-tlly of tl.e opinion that
ti.e raiige or uiices .uiu.-
th. htt r 1.1. nil.,. rt'Hl.i'l. in the lam
Aiuiiinn Tlila 1. ne.'iiaiia aicounicd for by
tha fact that the iijulity of supplies has
not been good on n average and aa a re
ault buyers have oeeu forced to lake wlia
they could get. leaving top prirea iiuuiam
unrhiniMl. The bulk of the aheep move
at nrtiea aenerally lower than last week
Tiia Drlce list, as It stands toOay, show
5c and 10c declines on most grades.
Tn.al rarelnta this week show a gain
.,ni.iiv TuuO head over the recelnt
- n ataxvloua weak. TiaS offlciaj noiinS
Orchard & Wilhelm
414ie13 So. I6th St.
I Tlattk" Fillni Cabinets
Wood aad StceL
We are agents for Globe Wer
nicke Elastic Business system
and filing devices, both in wood
They are tools which respond
quickly to business growth.
They are elastic, the kind
that grow with progressiyo
They are always just right.
Catalogue upon request or our representative will call.
Telephone Douglas 313.
of last week was 84.146. while this week's
supplies number 41.3N7 head.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Uooa to
choice Inmbs, 87. 508. 00; fair to good Inmhs,
87.251.50; good to choice light yearlings,
86.85(7.25; good to choice heavy yearlings,
86. 604! 6. (io; good to choice wethers, pi.Wfi
86; fair to good wethers, S6.75fu6.oo; good
to choice ewes, S5.76'ai.0O; fair to good ewes,
Ju.2Ui5.ioi culls and bucks, I2.0oy-4.00.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle, Sheep nd Lanbi Steady
CHICAGO, April 17.-CATTLE Receipts,
estimated at 100 head; market steady;
beeves, 84.807.00; Texas steers, $4.65.75;
western steers, S4.40ctio.80; stockers and
feeders. t3.604i6.&: cows and heifers, 2.xxii
6.00; calves, 86.007.00.
HOOS Recelpta, estimated at 5,) head;
market SffilOc higher: light. 86.70W7.l5:
mixed, S6.80if7.26; heavy, 86.85g7.30; rough,
I6.857.00; good to choice hevy, 87.OOfi7.80;
pigs. 6.fiO!7j.SO; bulk of sales, sh.smi7.zo.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, esti
mated at 1,000 head; market steady; natives,
83.66'Si6.25; westerns, 83.66i3.20; yearlings,
ttf.l.Vfi'7.25; lambs, native, 86.50ae.30; western,
(Dividends payable quarterly) v
A Limited Number of Hhares)
AUTOMATU; OPEKATINU CO.
' Capital 100,000
offered conservative Investors at at
tractive price. Company established
and doing Increasing business. Tar
Circular and Fries on Request
CLAKKNt'K M. SMITH & CO.
4 Wall Street Hew Tork
Herbert E. Gooch Co.
Brokers and Dealers
OAACr, FSOTISIOITb, BTOCX8.
Omaha Office i 310 If. T. Ufa Bldg.
Bell Telephone, Douglas 621.
Independent, A-8181 and A-aiBO.
Oldest and Largest House In the state.
Bt. Lonls Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. April 17. CATTLE1 Receipts.
200 head. Including 100 head Texans; mar
ket steady; native shipping and export
steers, 85.25a7.16: dressed bef and butcher
steera, 84.0r6.40; steers under 1,000 lbs.,
83.50S6.26; stockers and feeders, 84.60(36.35;
cows and heifers. 88 606.40; canners, 82 00
2.50; bulls, S4.00i36.36; calves, 85.0ftgr7.25;
Texas and Indian steeers, $4.056.40; cows
and heifers, 82.75(26.25.
HOOS ReceiDts. 2.000 head: market. 10n
higher; pigs and lights. S4.26&&8S; packers,
'to'8'7 butchers and best heavy. 87.15QI
SHEEP AND LAMBS Recelbts. 500 head:
market steady; native muttons, $4.506.60;
lambs, I60078.25: culls and bucks. 83.500
6.00; stockers, 83.00ig4.25.
Kanaaa City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITT. Anrll 17. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 200 head; receipts for the week, 88,
100 head. Market steady; choice export
and dressed beef steers, S6.00iijj6.70; fair to
good. 84.80i.90; western steers. 84.7n7i6.40;
stockers and feeders, 4.0CiJj.6O; southern
steers, $4.806.2V, southern cows, $2.6CkTi(5.0fl;
native cows, 82.75w5.4n; native heifers. 84.00
66 20; bulls. 83.406.25; calves, 83.60it74.50.
HOOS-Koceipts, 8,000 bead; receipts for
the week, 58.200 head. Top. 17.10; bulk of
sales, 86.70(g7.00; heavy, 88.9007.10: packers
and butchers, 86.85(37.10; light. t550S,96;
BHKE1' anu lambs no receipts today:
receipts' for the week, 122,800 head.
t. Jose pit LIto Stock Market.
BT. - JOSEPH, April 17,-CATTLE Re
ceipts. 400 head; market , steady; steers,
84.75iti.60: cows and heifers, $2.506.00;
HOOS Receipts, 1,600 head: market, K'fJ
10c higher; top. 87.15: bulk of sales. M.mt
SHEEP AND LAMDS Receipts, 1.000
head; market steady; lambs, 7.Ob8.00.
Blonx City Live stork Market.
BIOUX CITT. April 17. CATTLE Re
eelpts. 103 head; market steady; beeves.
85.00fti6.75; fat cows and heifers, 8S.fXHt6.50;
reeners. i4.ix7M).a; yearlings. fS-WW4.u.
HOOS Rerelnts. 1.800 head: market
strong to 6c higher; range of prices, $ii.60
i.iv; duik oi saics, ao.Kxri i.uo.
Sioux City .,
St. Joseph ...
St. Louis ....
8loek la Sight.
of live stock at tha six
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
. ru AJ CXAX,.
WANTED Banking lioiiRe or Broker
to place 7 Cumulative Preferred
Stock, Principal Ouaranteed. Will net
Investor over 8H per annum. For
particulars addreus, H. R. Kneesel,
Land Title Bid., Philadelphia, Pa.
with lake quoted at tll.&'Wa 13.00; electro
lytic at fl2.50ivl2.62H; casting at UZXrWrp
12.50. Lead was unchanged at S4.1&&4.20
and spelter at S5.0t(u6.o5. Iron waa quiet
ST. LOFIB, April 17. METALS Lead-
firm at 415ft4.2Q. Spelter firm at 84.96.
OMAHA GRNBRAL MARKET.
Staple aad Faacy Prodace Prices rare
Dished by Bayers aad Wholesalers,
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, delivered to
the retail trade In 1-lb. cartons, 81c; No.
In 60-1 b. tubs, 80Hc; Xo. i. In carton.
fee; In 60-lb. tubs. Z.c; packing stock, 1K1
fancy dairy, tuba, iW--'i x-ommun roll,
treali made, lSjl9c. Mark.t change svsiy,
t,GG3-Frh M'll.ng r; - K. rai:di-d. Sw9
He no fcmi.v . , ..u.ia miirkot,
CHEEBK -i ,nt. . .. ..sui i .ai orearo,
twins, lac; youu w.. ..i.. 4 in noop, 16c;
favoi., b in lui;'. .,, u.iioio. 2v In hoop.
15Vic; cr6am buck, full taw, ii,c; blocs;
Swiks, i5c; full ere Jin llmujis-er, .60.
POULTKY Alive, spnngj, Uu; hens, 11c
cocks, 6c; ducks, lie; grebe, 10c; tur
keys, 19c, pij;tuii, .rr uua.. luc; guinea
fowls, per dot., tJ.iii; Kquaps, per dos., ti.
Dressed, hens, lie; springs, UiuUVjc; cocks
feVkc; ducks, Uc; geesi-, 11c; luiKeys, 210.
FISH Wiiittfisti, fiosen, lot; herring,
Vtc; salmon, Jkc; pUe, tic; picaeial, oVtftfic;
trout, luc; catiuli, luil-c; nallbut, tc; red
snapper, )-c, uIuck iww, c; crappies, 64JI
9c; jjtrc.i. m.; euuilsn. ij. ; aiuelia, 9c; aela.
15c; lobslvr. a'cn, iic
ibs No, 1, 17c; No.
Lolas No. 1, ltc; ,o. .
Chuck No. 1, 1 Sit; .u.
ltound No. 1, 6 tat; ,i
Plate No. 1, tiV:; ah.
applts, Jx.Oiii..i,u. ii.. .
ic pe.' lb. liraiigeo, f.
Pliu 1 1 .in ..,p.i.'.
..1.880 15.850 8.500
Kanaaa City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Abril 17. WHEAT
Unchanged; No. 2 hard, S1.28iin.36; No. 8
nard. 81 21.84; No. 2 red, 1.48f31.48; No. 8
CORN Wale higher; No, 2 mixed. 67
67ffc; No. 3 mixed, oTOWTVic; No. 2 white,
67SitT7V4C; No. 3 white, 67c.
OATS Unchanged to lo higher; No. 2
white. 55fi67c; No. 2 mixed, 6iS63c.
HAY Firm: choice timothy, 8U.T6'ai2.0O;
choice prairie, 83.25fi9.60; choice alfalfa,
BUTTERr-Creamery, 28c; firsts, 26c; sec
onds. 24c; packing stock, 18c.
BOGS Extras, 21c; current receipt, flat,
19c; second and dirties, 1740.
Corn, bushel .
At.hlion adj. 4...
Mchlwn K. R
Boston & Albany..
Pulton A Mnlns ..
Histon Elnvated .
1 Itch tu: g pfd
N. Y., N. H & H
Am. Arge. Cham..
do r td
Am. Pneu. Tuba..
Am. T. T...
.. S4Arlona Com. ..
. JWSH Hut it- ( oillilon
. .11 3lt Cul. & Arlinna.
..834 ( Hi. & Herla..
. .ll'm't tuennlal
..:1 Cupprr Hanga ,.
..I5 ImI) Will
.. 174 Gretna Cananea
.. 6 1k Koyals
8 Mum. Mining ..
137 44 Mont. C. a C...
W Old liumloloa ..
Option at Kansas City:
Articles. I Open. High. Low. Close.
May 126 128 1 26 1 2KB
July 1 1 l' 1 09V.I1 l(M.iB
September ... 101 102. 1 01V.I1 03B
May 6W k1V4 H 66V.B
Julv 16614111. 6V flTiVal i8
September ... 63 64 63V 64A
A. asked; B, bid.
CTearlnsr Hoaie Bank Statement.
NEW YORK. April 17. The statement of
clearing house banks for the week shows
that the banks hold 811.202.200 more than
the reaulrenients of the 26 per cent re
serve rule. This Is an Increaso of 81.164.175
In the proportionate cash reserve as com
pared with last week. The statement fol
Reserve required ...
Ex. U. B. dopoalts...
The percentage of
... 343.847. JO0
of t tie
clearing house banks today was Zb.7'J.
The statement of banks and trust com
panies of Greater New York not reporting
to the clearing house shows that these In
stitutions have aggregate deposits of 81.272.
531,600; total cash on hsnd. 81 46,667,6U). and
loans amounting to 81.(,69fi,70Q.
NEW YORK, April 17,-COTTON-Fu-tures
opened firm: May. 10.45c; July,
10 44c; August, lO.SSc: October, 10.25c; De
cember. 1 24c; Januarv. 10.19c.
Cotton futures cloaed steady; April. 10.40;
May. 1041c; June. 104V; July. 10.43c; Au
ruat 10 84c; Scptemler. 10.23c: October,
10 88c; November. 10 21c: December, 10.22c;
Januarv, 1017c; March. 1016c. Spot cloaed
oulet is points hlKber: middling uplands.
10 75c; middling gulf. 11c; sales, none.
The msrket closed steady, with prices
net 12 !( ! Hit" hlalier.
OALVr STON, Tex., April 17. COTTON
BT. IO IMS, April 17.-COTTON Steadv;
middling, 10Vc; sales, 815 bales; receipts,
3.101 bales; shipments, 3.064 bales; stock,
' MTtal Market.
NEW YORK. April 17. METALS Mar
kets were quiet as usual In the ahxenc of
cables. Tin remained easy at 82.7t?9 85.
Codisht waa dull and nominally unciiajuged
Dominion I. & 8 34
Kdlaon Elac. 1 1 1 ta 3
ma r. lecinq ,
Vnlted Fruit ...
t'nlted S. M ...
U. 8. Steal
l ulled Coppar
24 I B Mining..
6''4 . a- Oil
7r, '4 North Butta....
uuuud, 40u; frogs
2. 13c; No. 2, 9Hc
:. 13,c; No. 3, 10V.O.
2, t-s.e, No. 8, 6V1C
. .. o;l No. 3. sc.
.. fl'c; .Mo. 3. 6c.
, i.jateia box
...j. v-.iuncn lota,
illlu.ij. LMiiotis, U.tO
7.w0 per ktg
VEGETA KLES Kan.as sweet j.jtatoes,
82.75 pir bbl. California rol.-ry, lair, Wic;
amullur, 60c. New Yorl. Hollai.d fccvd tab
boge, 4Vc pr lb. N !si""i l''u Gioi.e
onions, 2c per lb. CaiifornU cauliflower,
83 per crate. Tomatoa, HuuUj. u-uaakut
crate, 83; Cuba, 6 bask t rate. J. Lettuce,
per dox.. 40o. Old vegPtjLlei puranlpa,
turnips, carrots 32.16 per bbl. tiorida new
beets, carrots, persnlpa, turnips, eto., pr
8rRAWBERRIES-S3 0O33 25.
HIDES No. 1 green, 8c; No. 1 cured. 9a.
Boston Stocks and Bonds.
BOSTON. April 17. Money, call loans, 2Va
(SZ'i per. cent; time loans, 36 per cent,
London Stock Qaotatlou,
LONDON. April 17.-On the stock ex
change here today American securities
opened weak on New York selling. Con
tinental realisations cause! a drooping dur
ing the session and prlcrs cloaed weak at
the lowest for the day.
London closing stock quotations:
Contol.. monay t4M., K. a T
do account Ma-liN. Y. central......
Anaconda Nor'""' a W
Atihlnon )' do PM J '.
do pld " "niarlo W
Baltimore Ohlo....H4HPeonaylvanla ....
Canadian Paclllc... . .1' ' nana Miuaa
t'hliaao O. W ..
Oil., Mil. a St
Dalivar A RIO Q
do lit P'd
do Id pfd
Illlnol. Central 14
Loul.vllle a H 140
77 V Reading
lal do Dfd.
t'nloo Pacific. ...
8 do pfd
J"'f 8. Steal ,
47 do pfd
84 W.baiA ,
ItVi do pfd
. . . 1M9V4I
81 LVER Steady at 23d per ounce.
noivisi-ii per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short and three months' bills Is 1, ixr
OMAHA, April 17. Bank clearings for
today were Sl.845.8fl. 88 and for the corra
apondlng date last year. 81. 6u9, 079.86.
Monday $2.45.eJ4J.08 21.9x3,476 84
Tuesday 2.2X',64it.9t 1,0. 210.7a
Wednesday 2.UK7.701 67 2.0ju.92SM
Thuraday 2.554.S7.2 2,2f.6iJ.l
Friday z.is.si3.ot 1.869,201.46
Saturday 1.946.W1 88 l.y.0;9.i
Total 811.490,531.62 811.73S.S1.7
IncreHse over the corresponding week
laat year, 22.7i6.132.83.
New York Mlnlasr Stock.
NEW YORK. April 17.-CloBln quotatlona
on mining stocks:
Alio waavtu rn.
Brumwlck Con 'Little Chief ,
Com. Tunnel atock... tl Meclran
ado bond. WjOnUrl
cia. Cal. a Va J ophir
Hon ilr tndarl
Ina ilr lu Yatiuar Jackal
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