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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, APRIL 20. liXtf.
CR1IS A5D PRODUCE M1IUT
Goe4 Bnpport oa Bretki Checked De
, Clint ob. Leeal Market.
GOOD, mM T021E AT TEE CLOSE
Cast) .. 4r aa Higher, Cask
PrlfM tmtt mmm Ska l.lkl
'.'.' MMUff Wer ttaloklr
,, 'OMAHA, April W, 1M.
Liverpool ant) otld market wtw eaaler
And aame lcwer at th opnln. cnunl by
heavy profit taking sale and selling pres
sure on th deferred futures. Good uptort.
on th bra) checked the decline and
snort covered, rnding prices sharply
hither mad the market ciosad with a good,
Cora waa strong and hither, cable prloee
advenead and the light offering were
napped up, with price advancing oti each
Wheat opened unsteady with heavy prea
sur af Belling and weaker Urrpool cable
A. good caah nnd firmed price for the
time being, hat valuta eased off again at
the cloae. Hay wheat opened at tl.24
and closed at tilt1. ,
Corn was atearty and strong from tne
. . - xiuAMnAji atiAmiT nn nlaner or -
f.rii nin recelot. The caeh ait-
ustion 1 t'n'"f strength and "cellent.
prlcea were paid for all grae on the floor.
V rl at ate and clotted at SC.
Tri.rv wheat recelot were 413,000 hu.
and ghlpment were 261,000 bu.. galnt re
ceipt last year of 449,000 bu. and ahlpmema
of 304.000 bi.
Com receipt were tM.nfW bu. and htp
i.nt. Bar ana em hu . aaralnst receipt lat
year of KSt.OuS bu. and ahlpmenta of 376.000
bu. .. . .
f Jrerpool closed oWtr on wheat
and unchanged to 4i nigner en corn.
Local ranee or oytrene:
Artlel ! Open. High. Low. CToee.l Saty.
i Omaha Cash Price.
WHEAT Na. hard. $L2631.27; No. S
hard. tl.ffl X; No. 4 hard. $1.17l.M; No.
I apnng, l.a8l..
CORN NO. . : No. 4,
yellow. fte: No. S white. (7c.
c; Na 3
OATS No. t mlied. lac; No. I yellow,
c; No. t white, MfMyc; No. 4 whit. 6t
froJf; standard. Wc.
RTB No. 2, 78c: No. t,
.. 4 'i
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Fea tares af the Tradlat aad Closing
CHICAOO. April II. Wheat prices on
the Board of Trade broke from U to Vc
today, owing to general selling baaed to
some extent on unexoectedlv liberal ex-
ports ol' wheat laat week from Russls. The
market closed at almost the bottom at net
losses of H to 24c. The corn market was
exceptionally strong, the May end July
deliveries advanced to new high records
for the aeason. 71'i being the ton point
reached for the May option. Oata and
. nrovlalons closed steady.
Bullish enthusiasm In the wheat market
on the wane today and on aeveral
occasions It required combined support by
bull leaders to check the declining tend
ency of prlcea brought about by a general
selling movement. . The change in aenti
ment was due In aome degree to the
heavy movement of wheat from Russia,
total axports from that country laat week
being li.O64.O08 bushels, compared with only
Sid. 000 bushels the corresponding time
year ago and to mora favorable reports re.
gardlnt the fall sown crop In this country.
The market opened weak at declines of
H to lVt&c. following a break of pence
to i pence at Liverpool, out recovered
part of the loaa early In the day owing to
good demand by commleaion houses for
the September and December deliveries.
After rallying to within ao of Saturday's
close for July, the market broke aharply
again on renewed selling preasure. July
aeclintng from eui to. ilis. nuppri by
Bun leaders causea a mild recovery but
decidedly weak tone sgsln developed letn
In the sesaian and all deliveries sold off
to new low points for the day. July drop
ping back to H.laTt. The close waa weak
with July at ll.lS'.CS- May cloaed at
tl.27 and SeDtember at 81.07.
Substantial advances In corn prices were
scored during eerly trading, but owing to
the slump In wheat a large part of the
gain waa loet. The May delivery art
anced to tl'.o and the July to (18c. which
la the hlshest orlce recorded so far t hi
season for those options. The September
oeiivery also rose to a new nign point at
'4c. During the day May sold between
?i7 to 71Ve. The market closed firm
at net gains of VstJ1 to He with May at
Trade in oata waa on a large scale, in
vestment demand by out or town sources
for the distant deliveries being a feature
The market closed about steady with
prices a ehade lower to yatyc higher com
pared witn saturaay a close.
Provisions were firm during the first
half of the day but weakened later, cloa
ing barely ateady wlth prices unchanged
to o tower.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articlss.l Open. Hlgh l Low. I Close. Safy.
Wheat - i i
May 1 ri, 1 2S J aM 1 2T 1 28i
July 11 17 44, I Hit, 1 15' 1 141S1 lwV.4,,
Sept. 1 074V4 1 W 1 I 07 1 Ogi
Dae. 1 0'S 1 0rtjl 1 g6, 1 06
May ia7,4r70 TlHl47niiftV4Wn'70
July 'M Stl 64Wi,
Sept. '7S'fr! 7Si8 CfVl T
tW. I MSI A MS &S&8SS
Oat-' I I '
May I S .va, U f
fwly 14 eH - 4fHi 4 49"9 47A
ept. 41! .. 48 41V6, 414k41HPH
Dec. 41S! 42H . 41Vi il
Pork- ' "
May It ai i 18 St It 80 18 80 18 JO
Julv IS 221 II ft 18 17 18 W IS 20
SeDt. IS 2?', 18 II ITS 18 17V 18 17H
May 10 4S 10 47Va 10 7V 10 CTx 10 4ft
July 10 67!,, 10 SO 10 60 10 6i 10 tVi
Sept. 10 77ft, 10 7V 10 OS 10 10 OS
May B t 5f S87 S87H
July 7!Ht. 87V,7Vi70
SesA. 85 I87H ISO 80 9 80
Cssh quotations were aa follows:
FLOUR Firm; winter patents. 86.8o!
.; winter atraignta, SB.ouDe.so; spring pat.
nta. S8.S044)10: spring straights, 4.bui-.7o:
ha k era, &44.w ..
RTB No. 3. llWOc.
SARLETY Faod or mixing, irfic; fair to
choir malting. SMpsTHc.
f EKD48 Ftaa. No. 1 southwestern. 81.874;
No. 1 northwestern, nmotny. .H0.
Clover, ss to.
rROVianONS Meaa pork, per brJ.. l(.o0t
it 10. Ird. per 100 lbs . 810.r.V Short ribs
aides looaeiv IS tfHfl 8iV. Short clear
sides fboxedl. 7S.
BITTER Steady; craamerlas, Z22c;
Srra: firsts. 10c; prima firsts.'
CHEEX-P1rm; daisies. llVWIl'Vl twins.
llVbtltc: young Americas, lb91c; long
FOTATOI.S Strong: choice to fancy, 11.06
fj l o: rair to gooo, si.enm eg.
FOULTRT Firm; turkeys. We; chickens.
14"r: seringa. la.
VKAL a-aay; 0 to SO lbs. 4r; 80 t 71
lbs.. TaCTtec: aS la 110 lb . 847c.
Total clearaneas of wheat and flour were
eaual to 108,080 bu. Primary receipts were
tlisoft bu., compared with 440.000 bu. the
corresponding day a year ego. The visible
surolv of wheat In th I nited Ststes oV-
crcaa4 ISM, 000 bu for th week. The
amount of breadatuff on ocean passage de-
craM4l I.ISS.O0O hu.
estimated receipts for tomorrow: Weat,
' car; corn. 147 cars; oats, in cars; nogs.
Liverpool Grata Market
LIVERPOOL Aorll 1 WHBAT-Spot,
rong; No. I rod western winter, Ss Id;
'uture. steady: May. 8 lSd; July ta d;
September . a 7d.
CORN -Spot. American mixed, new. via
nalveeton. 4a, 3K,d; future, dull; May, U
mi: July, a Td.
KtAI-Csnad.an firm: 7s Sd.
IH.Cl'R Wtntsr patent, arioag; 34s.
Philadelphia Pr aval are Market.
PHILADr.TJHIA. April It. BUTTER-
: 1 ni; weatern creaiServ, ; nearby
E&GbV Firm: 'rr b.ghsr; Pennsylvania
and ather nearbv riraia. free rases. Tic., at
mark: current receipt. In returnable cases,
lie st mark; aevtain Mists, 'ree cases. Y
al mark; current rc,p.. :.Hiv. at luark.
CURES B Firm; New Tork. full rresma,
choice, lstyrjl5A,e: fair to good, 14i15c.
WRttHKR I3i -TUfJ RI1 IIKI.T
fair Weather Twesday,. wllk Riant
I ' Trmatrittrc Tonight.
. .... OMAHA, April 1. 1
The area of low Treasure that moved
over the central valleys fiunday. causing
light and scattered ahnwera In the lower
Missouri and middle Mississippi valleys, la
now central over the lower lake region, and
la canning gene-illy insrrttled weather from
the Mississippi river east over the Ohio val
ley srie Vake region tt th Atlantlr -onat. A
r ool were followtl the low over the central
valleys during Sunday, and decidedly cooler
weather prevails . tlila mornint from the
Ohio valley and lake reason west over the
central valleya Into the mountain districts.
The weather Is clear In the extreme upper
vallva ajid throughout the northwest, but
continued cloudy and aomewhat unsettled
In the lower valleya and throughout the
eouthwest. Light snows are falllna; this
mornlnt In southet"f n Wyoming, eastern
Colorado and New Mexico. The temperature
will rise slowly n thle vicinity tonight and
Tuesday, with probably fair weather.
Itecord of temperature and rreclnltatlon
compared with the corresponding day of
the laat three yeara: '
190S. 1907. 190A.
Minimum temperature.... S SH 77 h
precipitation 00 .Oft T T
Normal temperature for today, 6.' de
grees. . .
Deficiency In precipitation since March
1, l.S Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period in 190.
correeponding period in 1J07,
!. A. WE1JIH.
Corn and wheat region bulletin for
Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four hours
ending at t a. m.. 76th . meridian time.
Monday, April IS. 1909:
Statlona. Max. Mln fall. Skv.
Ashland, Neb fi .( flear
Auburn. Neb 67 32 .00 Cloudv
Broken Bow. Neb. 44 22 .ffl Cloudy
Columbus. Neb... 4 24 .no Cloudy
Cnlbertson. Neb.. M M ."0 Cloudv
Falrbury. Neb.... 81 33 T Cloudy
Fairmont. Neb... M J" T I'loudv
Or. Island. Neb.. 4 X on pt. cloudy
Hartlngton, Neb. 46 24 T Clear
Hastings. Neh.... 47 .00 Cloudy
Holdreae. Neb... 4 St on Cloudv
Oakdale. Neb 44 24 T Pt. cloudy
Omaha. Neb MM T Cloudy
Tokamah, Neb.... 4 ?ft . Clear
Alts. la. 46 -J t leer
Carroll, la 52 20 .( Pt. cloudy
Clarinda. la 64 M .17 nondy
B'blev, T i 24 .oo I'inar
Bloux City, la... 4S 90 .00 Clear
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at 8 a m.
DISTRICT AVERAGRS. i
Max. Mln Inches
70 40 .04
2 Hi .02
HO . 3i .51
so s? ,ir,
74 .' It
S4 sii .12
4S 24 .01
51 . .01
2 50 .00
Columbus, o ii
Des Moines, la.... 12
Indianapolis, ina.. n
Kansas City. Mo . 22
Ijouisvllle. Ky 1
Minneapolis, Minn.. SI
Omaha, Neb 1
St. Louis. Mo 11
A cool wave spread over the western por
tlon of the corn and wheat region during
Sunday, and freexlng weather la general In
Nebraska, the Dnkotas and western Minne
ota this morning. Hesvy rains fell in tin
Chicago and Dea Moines districts and
llahter rains In all other except the St.
i,. a. vui.m.
Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
NF.W YORK GENERAL MARKET
of the Oar oa Various
NEW YORK. April 19. FLOUR Ree
celnts. U.aoo bbls. : exports. 18. two ddis.
market firmly neto. dui quiei, wnu-
out quotable changes; Minnesota pat
ents. W.00i7.3O, Nlnnesota Daxers. .vv .m;
Winter patenta, .otwj.oo; winter straignu,
l5.6ig.lo: winter extraa. 84.36SJo.00; winter
low gradea, M.iMH.fO; Kansas atralghts.
85 70!).S5. Rve flour, firm: fair to good.
S4.2fi&4.50; choice to fancy, 81 .WK94.80.
CORNM KAL oteaoy ; wnue aim jru.i,
8l.6vi1.56; coarse, $1.46j1.60; kiln dried, w.u
RYE oleaay , r0. I weeiern, iric, i.
... . . .
BARLKY Steady ; malting, noipwc
f. New York: feeding. 73to74c, c. I. f
Nork . 4 '-.:.. ;. , ' . '
WptlAT Receipts, li.vn ou.; expona.
a2,9in) -bu.; spot. Irregular; No. i, 74C,
elevator; No. Z red. u.u. i. o. a., biiui,
No. 1 northern Duluth. l.Sfl, t. o. o.,
afloat; No. 8 hard winter, 81-3M. f. o. b..
afloat. Wheat opened weak under poor
cables and favorable weather iur seeniua.
sold off Vo-lV:, but rallied on decreased
visible and strong spot situations; again
weakened under realising ana ciosea
barely ateady at a net lose of Vs. . MV
closed at 81 81; July ciosea at i.i4.
September closed at 8114.
porn-Kece itits. oi..ii ou.: o,vw
bu. ; spot markeet strong
elevator, and 78Wc. f. o. b.,
No. t oc.
afloat; No. 2
No. 2 yellow.
white, 79V4c, nominal, ana
afloat. Option market
iHc, r- o. o..
opened firm on
cables and ,a strong spot
, new high record, with a
reaction In sympathy wltn wneai ana
closed steady at a net rise of Hlc Msy
cloaed at 79'4c; July ciosea at roc. orp-
tember closed al le.
OATS Receipts, 33,wi ou.; spoi nai
firm: mixed. 21 to B lnl
natural white. 26 to 32 lbs.. NPlc; clipped
white. 84 to 42 lbs., nnqwy.
HAT Firm: No, S, .va'mc; goou iu
choice. 87VW0o. ,
HIDES Firm; Bogota, vrauu
LEATHKU nuaoy. mm, jw-.
PKOVISION8 Beef, easy; family. 114 SO
IC16.00; mess, fl0.6utrn.tn; neei name, a-iw
26.00; packet. 8ia.6txf14.00; city extra India
mess. 821.5O0a'i'.OO. Ojt meats, 'dyi r lck
led bellies, Skb.O0; pickled hams, 810.50. Lard.
firmer; weatern. puawiro.m "' J,,!,':
continent. 81110: uoutn a m.r v cm. . ...w,.
compound. f7.7Mrtl.0O. Pork steady; family.
Iisoitraooo; abort clear. tl.u21.&0; mesa.
H?".9:.6?:. .. ,.0 .w.vs,,,
country (pkgs. f reel, '48'!- .
RiCFi Firm; oomesviv, ivn .v - w
6Uc: Japan, nominal. '
ftatiUc- official prlcea, sc; niru. cikiv,
thira to nn". "'-'-"- ,:r 'HZZ,-
fiffic- process, common 10 npeuiau.
western iaviury, ini, wTyv -.
rXViS Strong; western fliala, 2HMT22e;
seconds, ama'-lc; aouinern iirsis, wm"fto.
POU LTK 1 A 1 1 VP, nun, wc-.c.i
broilers. 2433c; fowls. laWlbc: dressed.
firmer; western cnicaens, iiv, nnr
St.- I.oola General Market.
ST. 1X1VIS. April 1.-WHEAT-Futures
lower; cash strong; irsca, ro. 1 rmi, n,
81 481.6m; No- bard, fl.f21.36; May,
8127' Julv, tl.UV
trW'r J'..' Z . r. 1. V- lh Tllil
CXiW rilguer, nv. - - - 1 - ... .
TJVtc; No. i Whit. 7Z'0iZVc; May. bw-xc;
J II I V 60 vB"
OATS-Hlgher: track. No. ! cash, M
65Hc; No. 2 while, 67o;.May. MHc; July,
Rv- nominal. S2ltc.
BRAN Strong; sacked, east track. fl.2
HAY Firm; timothy. tUOOtJK.OO; prairie.
FLiH'R Firm; red winter patents.
to.iOtJ 7.t0; extra fancy and straight,
f 5 60 S 3&: hard winter clear, f4.20o)
4 'sFEP Timothy. 82.2MT J. 35.
WHISKY II. 38.
BAOOINO 7 l-lc.
11 KMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, sieadv: jobbing.
117 S24; lard, lower: prime steam, fio.10
trlO 20. dry salt meats, higher; boxe.l
extra short. 10S"; clesr ribs, 10S"':
short clesrs. lOHc; bacon, strong; boxed
extra ahort. llc; clear ribs, HSc; short
clears. 11 He.
POULTRY Finn; chickens. imc:
springs. 18c; turksys. U!tc; ducks,
10'xc: geese. Rc.
BUTTER Steady: creamery. 2;f!sVe.
rXlOS Ajulet at !'. case count.
Corn, bu. .
Oats, bu. . .
Mllwsske Gralat Market.
MILWACKEE. April IS. WHEAT .
1 northern. 31.29; No. northern, fl 27', :
July. 31 1V
OATr3 8tsndsrd. 87Lc
Byyi.EY Samples. 567c.
Dalalh Grata Market.
Dl'Ll'TH. April 1.-WHEAT-Mv.
81.23t; July. 31.W,: No. nnrtnern, 31.25V,;
N". 2 northern. 81 2.1'.
PEORIA 1H . April 19 CORN- Higher:
No J y-llow. 71'. N 1. 3 yal'nw. 704c, "No.
3. 74. c. ... 1. it,'- . n., Tj ,e rtt1c.
OATS Higher; Xo 3 a.uu, aie.
SEW MRS STOCKS AND BONDS
Market Again frorei Ita Resistance
to Supposed . Unfavorable Factor..
FEW OUTSIDE SELLING ORDERS
aperalatlve Toae A bread Is foatl
dent aad London Is Hear
Bayer la Wall
NEW YORK. April 1V-ih stock mar
ket once more proved Its power of resis
tance to what were considered unfavor
able factors in Hie outlook Slid ocveiopea
considerable degree of positive sirrngin.
The beara continued their operations to
day whin they perceived how little eneci
was nto, lured on foreien atom mnin u.
the admittedly serious situation of affairs
In Turkev. The speculative tone amunu
was confident. London. Instead of aiding
In depressing prices here, was a buyer of
stocks on a considerable scale. The cir
culation over the week end ol marKei in
ters and reviews brought no increase ui
outekte selling orders. Influences from the
wheat market also were not calculated to
disturb feeling amongst the financial ele
ment. Weather advices from the crop
reclons were assuring. I he weainer situ
ation probably had as much general in
fluence on the tone of the market as any
one factor. . During the morning hours
there was more confident expwctstlons
thsn for some time past tnai a orni"n
from the supreme court would be forth
coming today on the validity of the com
modities clsuse. I he oeanngs iibsk-u
a time after it became known that th de
cision was not to come today, I ne coal
ers maintained their strengtn wen. i or
metal Indnstrlala also were a Wrong sus
taining influence In the market, th move
ment embracing not only the Iron, steel,
copper and lead dealers but companies en
gaged In more advanced stjges in those
Industries, lnciuuins; etccnu-ni rui nci,i
companies. Bteel trsde sentiment is re
ported conservative on the continued heavy
tendency or me price ifuvviiihu p'-' w
today's announcement of reductions in
steel wire prices. Railroad traffic officiala
share in the conservatism expressed from
the steel trade and report aman imprur
ment in freight movements. Hopeful ex
pressions on the prospect reported from
the head of the Vnlon Pacific's banking
house in the course of his iravela abroad
was of perceptible influence In keeping up
the tone of the day s stock market.
Bonds were firm. Total sales, par vaiur,
8fi.196.000. I'nlteil States bonds were un
chsnged on call.
INumoer or saiea ana leading quuinuu
on stocks mere aa follows:
saiM Hin. low. tie
Am. c. r
Am. C. A r. pfd
Am. cotton Oil
Am. H. A L. P'd
Am. Ira gacurltlea
Am. LcomotlT pfd
Am. 8. A R
Am. B. A R. pfd
Am. Sugar RsMntng
Am. Tobacco pfd
Aoaoonda Mining Co
Atlantic Court Line
Baltimore A Ohio
Ral. A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Central leather pfd
Central of Naw Jersey....
fheaapoaka A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W
l'klca(0 A N. W
C , M. A St. P
C, C. C. A St. L
Colorado W. A I
Colorado A So
Colo. A So. lat pfd
Colo. So. td pfd
S.ono S 14
" 400 in 4
Delaware A Hudaon
pener A Rio Grand
P. A R. O. pfd
Brio lat pfd
Erie 2d pfd
Oraat Northern Jfd
Oraat Northern (jro otfa...
Int. atet. pfd
Int. Papar pfd
Kansas City So..'.
k. C. So. pfd
Lulalll A N
Minn. A St. I.
M.. St. P AS 8. 54
M., K. A T
M.. K. A T. fd
Now Yerk central
N. Y.. O. A W
Norfolk A W
P.. C. C. A St L
Praaaad Steel Car
Pullman Palaoo Car
Railway Steal Sprint
Republic Steal pfd
Rock Island Co
Rock laland Oo. pfd
8t. U. A S. r. td pfd ...
St. Lou la S. W
St. L. S. W. pfd
Hloaa-Shottlald S. A 1
. 4 .
. 1 H)
'. isi 200
a Pacific pfd
So. Railway pfd
Taiaa A Pacific
T., St. 1 A W
T.. St. L. A W. pfd
Vnlon Pacific pfd
V. S. Rubbor
I', i. Bilbbar 1st pfd
t'. . tal
I . Steel pfd
Ctah Copper ,
Va -Caro. C am leal pfd...
WaatlnsbouM KJartrle ...
Wheeling A L E ..........
Am. T. A T. Co
Total aalaa tar iba day.
Hew York Master Market.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 3V44
STERLING EXCHANGE teady, with
aottial business In bankers bills at 84 MOWtt
i.X4k for sixty day bills and at 84.S770 for
demand. Commercial billa, 34.tSoSti4.on,.
SILVER B.r, 614c: Meilc-an dollars. 44c.
BONDS Government, steady; railroads,
SHW YORK, April 19. MONEY On call,
easy, lsfT2 per cent; ruling rate. 1 per
cent; closing bid, 14, per cent; offered at
l pr cent.
TIME IiOANS Slightly firmer and more
active; sixty days. Z2 per rent: ninety
days, 2 per cent, six months, 2,j;.1 per
Closing quoUUons on bonds wer aa fol
low: V. g. ref. Is re.
I'. . 4a. rag
V. S. 4a. reg.. ex.
10114 Japan 4a 14.
101S do 4ta US
101 1 do Id aerlas -'S
101SK. C. Sr. 1st Is 7..t
Int. Ill L. g. dab 4S 131 tot
Allla-Chal lat ss....
Am. Af . Ss
Am. T. A T. n. 4s
Am Tobacco 4a
Atialaoa fea 4a
do S. L. lat 4a ..
do ot. 4a
do ct. 4a
Atlantic C. U 4s. .
Bel. A Ohio 4s
do S. W. Its ...
am. Hr. e. 44.....
ttnada So. tat 4a..
Central of Ga. oa. .
Central Lather i.e. .
C. ol S. J. f. 5a..
Chan. A Ohio 4ta
Chicago A A. Ita .
..IJS'AI.. A N. unl. 4a li'
.. llfM.. K A T. 1st 41. list
.100', do 1st A ref. 4a 47
..1-e.S do fan 4tl 9lS
. 71 41 o. Pacific 4a 44
..l.Jt,N. Y. C. s. Ita.... 4H
..104', do dab. 4a lot,
. SN. Y. City 4ta naw li:t
.106', N. Y.. R H. A H.
..104S e. 4a 144,
.. 47tK A W. lat eon. 4a 44
. loit do v. 4a Ks's
. 44 No. Pacific 4a l'U',
.. 41 ' do 4a 74',
.. 4t" S. U rfdf 4s S
. ,l.',fsan. cr la 1114 ... M,
..104 do con. 4s. inn',
.. MS Reading (n 4a 4',
..IMS St. U A S. P. If 4.
. loo', St. L. g. W. c. s...
. . 74 do lat fold 4a,
B. A 1
Iat04itoar4 A U 4a
C. M. A IP
f. Its Ut So Pacific col. 4a.
c, i. a r.
. do lat nt. 4a
. 4iSSo Rallwar 4c. ....
. 4.'S 4o fan. 4s
. II t nlon Pacific 4a
. 71 dn ct. 4a
. If do let t rof 4a
. 44tl'. S Rubber 4a
1CSI' S Si a. I Id 4s. ...
lo.'tV'a -Csro. rncm la
. MtWaaaah lat 4a
.71 de lat A ax. 4a....
. 47 Waaler tad. 4s
. 14 Was Use ct. 4a .
. 7H, Wis Central 4a
. ISO. A R. O ref. 4a.
I40tc A O ref rtfa 4a.
So enl. 4a
do rfdg. 4a.
C(C A St. L It
Cole. Ind 4a
Colo. Mid. 4a
C. A S r. A e. 4ta
D A H. it. 4a
4o lat ref. 4a ....
P. A " O. 4s
Una p. I. 4
do saa. 4a
da 4, ear Irs A
do aenae S
Oen. Clec. ct. 4a.
ill. fea lat. rof. 4a
Int. Mat 4v,a
In' y. 14 I ii ...
lstN R 8. af x
7lsso. Pacific ct. 4a rtf, 7t
IjONDON. April 19 Money was abundant
in the market today and discounts sere
steaaier on the ilee In gold and the fart
that France secured t?.Sa') In g.ld on
the open market, tin in" ntoik; es.. unis
ricri tr.k a favor; e vie of tuc Tu k-'
let, si. ii Lion gild maiked up couauls
Another ' was added In the afternoon.
Continental purchases tf foreigners and
Kafflra imparted good strength, and In
vestors paid attention to home rails. lJter
the bars covered freely and the market
finished firm and cheerful. American se
curities developed strength In the forenoon
and good buying carried values over parity.
Ijiter New Tork accepted th hlghrr level
and sent fair support and the market
BKRLIN. April 19. Prices oa the Bourse
todav were strong.
PARIS. April l. Prices on the Bourse
tndsy Improved on the belief that the
young Turks' psrty would have an easy
victory In the movement they are conduct
ing In Turkey.
I. seal derarltles.
Quotations furnished by Ssmuel Burns,
jr.. (14 New Tork Lite Building:
BMtrk-s Ostmery. romsion
Cod r tanal Auoclatlon, 1
Columbus L. II. P.
CUT of Omaha Bonds. 4Hs Itl
tnulM lounijr 4 1S
0t City Malt C'ompis 1
Oermin Fln Int. Co
Ind. Tel. M 1SJ P' MUI
KmMi City H. A I.. H lll
K. C. R. A L. pf
Nebraska Tel. Stork
Omaha Gil t HIT
Omaha B L. A P. M
Omaha A C. B. St. Rr. 1'4
Omaha C. B. St. By. M ll-
Omaha C. B. St. By. pt4.
Omaha A C. B. St. By. com. 4V
Omaha C. B. Br. A Brtdgs pr4
Omaha Waior Co. ts 1114
Omaha Waier Co. 1M4...,
Omaha Wator Co. 1st ptd
47 1 14
44 47 1
42 1 S
Omaha B. o( T. BI4f. Co. pt4 4
Omaha B. of T. Bldf. Co. rom
Omaha B P. T. Co. 4a 1417
Paelflo T. T. Co. la 1117
Scott's Bluft. Nob., Wator
South Omaha Swr !.'
Sloui City Stock Yards pra
Swift A Company
Tn-Slate Lnrt Co. pfd. 7
Topaka St. Br. 4i
Vnlon Bunk Tarda Co., Omaha, 4 ...
London Stork Qaatatloaa
Lrndon cIosIlr st'.ck' quotations:
1-llMo . Kan. A Taiaa.. 4HS
litNew York Central ...143t
do account .
. . 44 Norfolk A Weatern.. 44
. .109-, 1 pfd
..I0440iuarlo A Western.. Kt
do pfd .
Baltlmora A Ohio..
Canadian Pacific . .
Chesapeake A Ohio
Chi. tlreat Western
Chi., Mil. A St. P
Penrer A Rio G...
do 1t pfd
do 2d pfd
i74ttand Mines IS
14 Reading 7IS
4S Southern Railway ... 2IS
I4.1t do pfd 4t
K.t Southern Pacific 1J-:S
Mtlnlon Pacinc lWt
o do pfd !
liHl'. . Steel ai'i
4i, do nlrt ... 117V,
1.8 Wabatl' us
204 dn itJ 4
148t Spantfh 4. tt
1414. Amal repper 77'a
IxiulsTllle A Nash
SILVER Bar. quiet at 23 -ld pel" Ounce.
MONEY S rr cent.
Tli rate of discount In the open market
for short hills is 1' per rent; for three
months' bills, lljiqis per cent.
Xewr York Mlnlag Stack.
NEW YORK. April 1. Closing quotations
on mining stocks:
..171 Leadvllie Con.
Brunawli-k '"on. ..
Com. Tunnal stork
Con. cal. A Vs....
.. 4 t.lltla Chlaf ..
., 21 Maslran
.. 42 Ophlr
.. 44 tandard
..140 Y allow Jacket
WASHINGTON. April 1. Today' state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the floO.000.OUO gold
reserve shows: Available cash balance,
81J8.290.44; gold coin and bullion, 847,306,
9Vi: gold certificates. f&320,o80.
OMAHA, April IS Bank clearings for to
day were S2.3HO.722.6v and for the corres
ponding date last year f1.991,ou3.2.
OMAHA GKlSBRAt. MARKET.
taplc aad Patter Pradace Prices Far.
Ished by Bayer aad WholeaaUer.
BUTTER-Creamery. No. 1. delivered to
the retail trade In 1-lb. cartons, Jlc; No. I
In 60-lb. tubs. 30c; No. 2, In 1-lb. cartona
KC-. In 60-lb. tuba, 27Hc packing atotk. lc;
fancy dairy, tubs, :o'jlc; cornmcn roll,
tiesh made, U0Uc. Alarket change vijr
KQGal- Fresh selling stock, eai-.died, 80(3
He- no storage stock In Oiium market
CHEESE Finest Wisconsin full cream.
i Wln" yUUIia AlUSIIVBS, IS UUUL?, 1U?SJ..
zavori:, a in njop, ,vc; oaiaies, zu in noop.
jotc, crcsiQ vit., sui jwt wiwa
BwlbS, 16c; full cream limburger, 14c.
POCLTRYAllva, spring. 12c; hen. 11c;
rocks, 6c; duck. , 10s; tur
keys, l&c. pigens, par- .. 46c; guinea
fowls, per dos.. 82.60, squabs, per dua,, 8:4
Dressed, hens. 11c; springs, 1212'Ac; cocks
tc; duoks, 18c; gs. 11c; turkeys. 21c.
FISH Whiteflsh, froaen. 10c; herring.
8"c; salmon, 10c; pike, c; pickerel, ihM'i
traut. 10c; catfish. lowUc; halibut. c, red
anapper, 12c; black baas, J6c; crappiaa, 4tf
8c; perch, ac; codfish, Itc; smells, Vc; aela,
lac; lobslera, graan, 8c; boiled, 4U:; frogs'
Klba-No. 1, 17c; Na J, 18c; No. t, c
Loins No. 1, lc; No. X UVtc; No. 3. llHtC.
Chuck No. 1;, 7Sc; No. 2, Sc; No. 8, Hu.
Round No. 1, 8i,c; N. 2, Sc; No. i. c.
Plate No. 1, 6V; No. i. 6Sc; No. 8. 6&
FRESH FRCIT3 Apples, western b.x
apples. 82.0042.60. Bananas. 6-buncn lots,
c per lb. Oranges, 82.BoQjl.26. Iemons, 83.60
64.00; Q rape fruit, fl.oO. Grapes, Malagas,
87.60 per keg. Florida pineapples, per crate,
VEGETABLES Kansaa sweet potatoes,
82.76 per bbl. California celery, large, SOc;
smaller, 60c. New York Holland aeed cab
bage. 4Ho per lb. Wisconsin, Red Glooe
onions, 2c per lb. California cauliflower.
83 per crate. Tomatoes, Florida. 8-basket
crate, 88; Cuba, (-basket crate, 83. Lottuce.
per do., 40c. Old vegetables parsnips,
turnip, carrot 82.26 per bbl. Florid new
beet, carrots, parsnips, turnips, etc. per
8TRA WBERRIK9 tf.0OC8.2f.
HIDES Ho. 1 green. 8c; No. 1 cured. Sc.
Kanaa City Grata aad Previsions.
KANSAS CITY. April 19. WHEAT
May. fl.244j; Julv, fl.ORV Septemher, fl.01'.
CORN May, 67c; July, 66c; September.
OATS He higher; No. 3 white, 6"',4c; No.
2 mixed, 53'S54c.
HAY Firm: choice timothy. tll.7tVai!.0i);
choice prairie, 29.3rV89.76; " choice alfalfa,
tlti.00gjr47.00. . , . - .
HUTTBR-Creamery. JBc; first. 2c; sec
ontls. 24c: packing stork, 18c.
EGGS Extras, 21 V; current receipts,
flat, 19 '.; seconds and dirties, ISc.
Options at KSnsa City:
I Cpen. High. Low. I Close.
1 24V.1 244B
1 07'4j! 1 08'
1 08 V-
A, asked; B, bid. f
NEW YORK. April 19 METALS The
London tin market wa higher today, with
snot at 123 12a Ad rnd futures at 134
17s 6d. Locally the market was steady,
with unit 8J9 36479 45. Copper advanced
about 2s ld in the lrndon market, with
spot at 67 os and futures st 58. locally
the market was dull and unchanged, with
lake quoted Rt tr-.S.H'n 13. nO: elertrolyt'c.
tl2.0tv812.J,; casting. lL'.7Vy912.50. I-4ad
a as unchunged at 13 3s 9.1 In the London
market. Ixxally the market wss firm and
6 points higher, with spot quoted at tt.'.O
4)4 25. Spelter advanced lo 21 12m 6d In
I ondon. locally the market as firm at
5.02SfJi 0.07' t. Iron wss higher st 47s 9d
for Cleveland warrants in the lrndon
market. The local market was steadv: No.
1 foundry northern. 3l5.7o4HK.50; No. S. 315.50
il.25: No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern
Scot Yairk Dry tsoods Market. v
NEW YORK. April 19. Th drygoods
market showed Improvement In retail
and Jobbing channel, due to mors season
able weatlier. Some .lubbers In th west
snd south are beginning to operate ou
staple cottons for fall delivery. Mill ar
declining to sell long contracts at cur
rent prices for cotton goods owing to
the uncertainty and higher values In col
ton. The dress goods houses are busy
sending out sample pieces. Rsw e.lk la
Visible iilr af Grata,
NEW YORK. April 19.-The Yiaibla auppiy
of grain In th I'm ted Slates Saturday,
April 17. aa oomplled by the New York
Produce exchange. as as follows: Wheat,
32S28.aiO bu.; decrease, J. 211 000 bu. Corn.
6.051 mo bj.; decreas. lvo bu. Osts.
8 91 A bu.; decrease. AS7.(iti) bu. Rye. W.-1S
bu. ; decrease. 40 000 bj. Barlev. 3 17ii.(O0
bu.; Increase. 33.t4 hu. The visible supply
of a heat in Canada last Saturday wis
9 u60.0i"i bu.. an increase of 806 ftsl bu.
. flgla Hatter Market.
' FUilN. 4prTl IS -Rl 'TTER-Firm;
Pales fur the aeek, t;i,i pounds.
OMAHA LIVE STOCl MARKET
Receipts of Cattle Much Smaller
Than a Week Ago.
HOGS DO NOT SHOW MUCH CHANGE
rat Sheep aad Lama In Mederat
apply anil DeesaaA iet41 at
Steady Price, Everythlag
SOUTH OMAHA. April 19, 1W0.
Receipt were: Cattle. Hogs. Shesa.
Estimated Monday 3.4-S 4 .847 ..
Same day last week 8.o 6.677 8.7S4
Pame dsv 1 sraeka in.. 8 60S 4.43:1 10.044
Same day 3 weeks ago.. 6.288 . '
Sam day 4 weeks aao.. 2.082 4.702 8.6C6
Bame day last year 1.816 2.9-1 t.51
Tke folloming table shows the receipts of
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha, for
th year to date, compare with last year:
tais. i08. lno. tec.
Cattle 277.371 280. HPS 3.S18
Hog R28.8H 00.124 80,261
Bheep 622.390 437.882 84.468
The following tame snowa ttlia average
price ot hogs at South Omaha for th laat
aeveral days, wtlh comparisons:
Dat. I 1809. 18O8.lW.lO.l06.l04.il!)(.
99 1 1
a 711 a xi t 3l 4 ll 7 27
4 48 t 82 f 13i 4 881 6 1 t 15
f 681 8 801 5 !6
6 72 t 4J t3 6 28
IS 42i t 84 ! 6 81
641 4R S8I 6 i
46 6 4 M 7 22
6 39 I 6 111 4 89, 7 14
6 , f 49 I 4 M 7 Oi
8 6 611 6 , I 7 80
48 6 01 6 041 7 0S
48! 11 I 4 S ? 19
Th official number of far of stock
brought In today by each road waa:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H r a.
C. M. A St. P.
C. ft N. w.. east
C, ft N. W.. west
C, St. P., M. ft O....
r., B. ft Q., east
C, B. ft Q., west....
t'.. R. I. ft P.. east..
Chicago Gt. Western.
Total receipts 148
The disposition of the day'a receipt waa
as follows, each btier purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheo.t.
Omaha Packing Oo 618 711 70D
Pwlft and Company 74 1.042
Cudahy Packing Co 70S 1.7it 1.M2
Armour ft Co .122 1.148 1.27S
Vansant ft Co lis
Uiliman ft Rothchlld..., i
Hill ft 8011 77
F. P. Iewls It
J. B. Root ft CO 132
J. H. Bulla 8
1-. Wolf IIS
McCrcary ft Carey 27
Sam Werthlmer 80
H. F. Hamilton 1H
M. Hagcrty A Co 82
F. G. lnghram 7
Ihmer Broa 14
I'nion Dressed Beef Co. ' 8
Other buysrs 141 22
Totals S.6W 4.tt 4.66
tiTTLE-Receipls of cattle this morning
looked small compared with a week ago,
there being less than half the number re
ported on Monday of last week. Still the
run was about on a par with two weeks
ago. and not far from the average. The
arrival, a ha been the case tor some
little tlm back, consisted very largely of
beef steers, although the proportion of
feeder was larger than on moat days laai.
week. There was also quit a Sprinkling
of cows and heifer.
Blockers and feeders were th first cattle
to sell, buyers of that kind being out In
the yards very early In th mornlnt and
all of them anxious for fresh supplies
The fact that speculators cleaned up ver-
thing they had lsst week made them keen
buyers tills morning and everything was
disposed of In very good season. All de
sirable kinds of feeders and stockers com
manded fully steady and, In some caaea,
strong price. Wht'e there waa nothing
very fancy in sight; there waa quite a
bunch of rattle good enough to bring 36.26.
Common light stockers are a liitls slow,
th demand for that kind not being espec
The demand for beef steers proved to be
very fair and when the trade waa once
under way everything In eight changed
hand before midday. Prices generally
were Just aboul steady with laat week.
There were some very good cattle on sal,
a high as 45 being paid for the best.
Cows and heifers also commanded aiea.iy
prlcea. In fact, some salesmen thought
they got out a little better. If anything.
than lam wtek. Trade was not very active,
but everything aold In deoent sssson.
Wuotationa on cat'le; Goud to choice
cornfed steers, 86OS.40; fair to good corn
fed steers. 35.SfVge.i4i; common to fair coin
fed steers, f4.504j4.50; good to choice cows
and heilers. 3175(55.50; fair to good cows
and heifers. t3.8oi?4.7o: common to fair
cows and heifers, t2.269f.8o: stock heifers.
f3.004jH.26; veal calves. f3.36i.76: bulls,
stags, etc., f3.0uj4.90; good to choice stock
ers and feeders. t4.5ft3S.60; fair to good
stockers ar.d feeder. 34.0054.60; common to
fair atockurs and feeder. 33.aodj4.0l.
Ne. At. Pt. No At. Pr.
17 444 4 14 ' 11 1074 4 74
4l 4 00 14 412 8 14
17 441 4 40 1 no 4 74
I..: 444 4 28 14. 144 1 4 71
20 1MI 4 l 40 11(1 7
4 1120 I 40 iftjn fit
14 104.1 4 40 20 1141 , a
4 404 4 40 24 ism 4 40
11 1040 4 44 40 1111 4 40
1 1124 4 10 14 1224 4 40
1 10 4 40 17 .....1220 I 40
4 442 I 44 24 HU 6 40
II 73 I 44 K 1243 4 40
24 lll 6 l 17 1211 M
14 1184 8 44 44 1270 8 40
40 1144 4 70 14 1144 4 00
21 1144 4 74 l 1222 4 0a
14 1121 4 7 41 liOT 4 1ft
.'. '....US? 4 74 20 117 f t
14 1041 8'74 14 :M f '
16 .v.HM -6 It 21 1478 44
1 414 2 It) 4 lift 4 74
8 474 I 11 14 04 4 40
2 414 2 74 1 11
1 441 2 sO 11 4 a,
7 v 10 4 74 4 !2l 4 40
1 1011 4 01 II 1044 4 41
4 11 4 14 T isat I an
4 27 III 7 IM I 00
2 1020 4 40 It llli Oft
4 H 4 40 4 UM 4 Ml
4 44V 44 J 1133 I SS
1 1041 4 4S
1 704 110 2 714 4 7JI
1 4rt) I 4o I KM! Ik,
4 440 I 40 14 NI IM
i HO I II 1 W0 M
14 111! I 8 17 743 8
14 M 8 SO I v I (10
1 41 4 OO 7 . . .' 7.4 4 44
12 ,. 444 4 00 1 100 0
10.. 444 4 10 I (ill 8 no
S4 742 4 40 24 441 I 28
1 271 4 40
1 110 t SS I 17na 4 4ft
1 H40 2 1 1 Kftft 4 7
1 P4 2 m I 1774 4 74
1 100 2 71 1 7MI 4 7
1 440 I 74 1 i m 4 74
N 144 2 Is 1 1S40 4 71
14 !Mfl 4 00 1 lain 4 71
4 1177 4 00 1 14A 4 14
1-. 1.1(114 4 Oft 1 fM 4 74
1 14 4 24 1 Hi) 4 k,
1 14'4 4 24 1 1704 4 II
1 1-'.70 4 40 1 4V) 4 41
1 Ha 4 4S 1 1,) 4 4ft
1 4 l 1 14M I no
1 4 M 1 1440 4 (1
1 1774 4 so
1 w 4 an 1 44 4 24
1 i lift t fta
8 4) 1 i AA
t m 4 im . t
1. 4(14 4 24 1 r.t 4
4 44. 4 40 l.t 04 C
2 274 4 aft 1 tm 4 44
1 140 4 4 I i-ft I na
6 444 4 40 1 120 a
t 34 64 2 lit ( Ml
1 'fs 8 ft 1 144 8 40
1 SO f 00
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS
1 444 4 00 4 7(2 4 4
1 114 4 7 '4 U4 4 4ft
2 674 4 41 74 M7 4 14
14 331 4 14 ;.. 474 4 71
St 471 4 4ft II 714 4 71
14 cli 4 fl 7 4.1 4 11
13 4 4 VI 11 M4 4 74
4 470 4 4a St 477 4 4ft
11 4tl 4 SO I Ml 4 40
74 42 4 4ft ;i; 4 0
. 44 4 4 V4 741 6 14
1 W. V1brn-Wy.
66 feeders.. 414 f 00 3 feeders.. SI 6 4 00
44 feeders., teii 4 70 14 feeder.. JtSS 4) ?8
M heifer.., 644 3 75 If hlfers... 472 t 71
21 heifer... 464 t &
HOGS Hrgs sold not far from steady thl
morning, f ethsps to call th a.-""-'
ket steadv to lower In spots and closing
eaeier, would Just about cover the situ
tu n. On the other hand, th quality of
i the hogs was lolhlng like ss good aa on
Jfc: I fisturriay and packets were claiming that
, lueir urovet. vjuality con si a e red. were cost
A tank whose
Loans are largely
confined to business houses
handling marketable mer
chandise. It has always been the policy
of this bank to support Omaha
merchants In every way con
sistent with the safe handling
of Its depositors' funds. '
We particularly solicit the
accounts of merchants.
Firs! National Bank
11 g fully steady with Saturday. In fact they
were figuring some of their early pur
chase strong. One thing was certain
and that was that the market lacked the
snap tn.t go characteristic of Saturday'
trade, which of Itself wr sufficient t
give it an eaaler tone. Salesmen were :i
fighting hard to get very cent possible out
of their holdings, and that in Itself con
tributed to the dullness ot th trade, so
that the forenoon waa pretty well consumed
before anyth'ng like a clearance was ef
fected. The bulk cf the hogs sold at 88 8O4J
i.w, ana on up to 17.10 tor good neavy.
At. Sh. rt. No. At. Sit. Ir.
.44 ... 4 no 71 no io a a
.107 ... ( 80 IS8 ... 1 :,
..124 84 4 Ml 247 240 4 J',
. .110 ... 8 TO l JUT 40 4 Ml,
..144 40 4 74 i; -S 40 4 44
, 204 20 I H Is -.t 10 4 4.1
.141 t0 4 40 44 ! 0 I Id
,.214 84 4 40 44 242 120 I !S
..lit.. . 4 40 44 144 40 4 II
..104 ... 40 40 H 40 4 44
,.1S 110 4 40 71 244 ... 4 II
..204 1.4) 4 40 44 241 Sift I M
..117 44 4 82S 71 214 10 14
..213 120 4 44 77 321 40 4 IS
..205 ... IS. 48 244 40 4 41
..144 ... 4 IS 74 234 14 4 44
"24 ... 4 Ml 72 260 120 4 ir,
.'.J27 40 4 M III 241 ... 4 4714
. 221 10 4 M Is 0 . . 1 00
. 211 . . 4 41 341 10 7 00
. 141 200 6 I:. 44 242 10 7 00
..214 ... I 84 K "(. 7H)
..1.1 ... 4 84 243 120 7 00
..211 40 17', 1 '.'5 80 T 40
..44 ... 4 to 41 241 114 7 K.
..21 40 4 W0 IT 140 7 (!',
..20 11 4 40 4' 244 SI 7 on
. 217 10 4 40 42 Ml 80 7 04
..tl 10 4 10 4.1 ISO 4il 7071,
. Hi 44 4 40 14 944 120 T 10
. 214 ... 4 40 42 244 10 7 10
. 224 40 4 4!
SHEEP The stagnant condition of last
week'a sheep tisde found Its opposite ex
treme In this morning's market. A fair
siied run wss reported in and ptactlcsllv
everything wss sold by 9 o'clock. While
only a small percentage of the arrivals
consisted of sheep. nd these mosllv ewes,
the fact that moll of th offerings were
lambs, seemed to have no perceptible de
pressing influence upon values, even in tli
fsc of lower eaatern advices early, and
everything moved at prices steadv to a
hade trongr. There was nothing choice
In either division with which to make a
test of the market. However, the general
average of quality was good, and a bunch
of pretty good Improved Mexican lambs
brought 37.80, the top of the day. Wooled
ewes topped At 86.00 and Shorn stuff sold
as high as 84 . There wer no wethers
among the offerings.
Quotations on neep and Iambs: Good to
I ii,0'fle. 'smos. , .tns.w; ra:r to gocd UmU4.
J;-g2i'S,: "?r? A", J'nl y"r
34.8F'f7.26: gfod to choice hesvy yearling,
ft? FO'flS i6; good to choice ivetVers. fb.OOfri
.: fair to goo-l wethers. 35.7&7J4.00; good
to cholt we. t6.7tj4i.00: fair t v gnorl ewes
3d. 24-56 .76: culls snd bucks. 32.004J4.00.
160 cull lamb
658 weatern lambs
20 western lambs !
3 western lambs
6! wtslern lambs
BIS western Isnfbs
147 Colorado ewes
83 Colorado lambs
30 Colorado ewes, culls
840 western ewes
197 western ewes
16 western ea.es, culls
15 spring lamb
75 western bucks
40 western ewes
48 4 55
74 7 00
SO 7 SO
7 g 73
77 7 7S
74 7 0
41 8 00
fit 7 :
74 4 00
no 3 m
108 4 95
91 3 00
S3 10 00
13.' 1 1-6
IT.' 3 35
S3 , 3 50
79 3 oo
77 7 78
110 3 00
79 S 50
171 w estern ewes
22 western ewea. culls
M8 western lsmbs
631 ro!ordo lamb :
11 western ewes and bucks
488 western ewes, clipped
CHICAGO I, trie STOCK MARKET
SteaAr Hog mark
CHICAGO. April l.-CATTLE-Receiols.
zi.'jov nead; matkt steady; steers. 35.009.
00; cows. f4.()06.75; heifers, f3.35.O0;
bulls, t3.76t16.26; calve, f3.60t96.60; stockers
and feeders, t3.30t3A.36.
HOG9 Receipt, 24,000 he4; enerllv 6j
higher; choice heavy shlpolng. f7.30dJ7.37ti;
butcher. f7.16?7.3S; light mixed. ftl857.20;
choice. fn.204J7.15: packing. 57.00(97. 26 ; pigs,
$6.0Vfi35; bulk of sales. f7.lO97.80.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 90flf0
hesd: barely steady: sheep. 31 26tn 50;
lamb. 85.oCfi. 20; yearlings. 36.2647.36.
Kaasa City I.Iti Stock Market.
K ANSA 8 CITT. April 1. -CATTLE Re
ceipt. 10.700 head, including l.tnO head
southern : market for steers slow; steady,
other Strong; choice export and dressed
beef tteer. 0oB,S: fair to good. 84.75B
6.90: western steers, tS.ooilj.4-0; stockers Snd
feeder. 84.0Oa5.7i; southern steers, 84.7iVji
t.10; southern cows, fd.001r5.00; nstlvs cows,
33.0006.26; native heifers. 34.WVB6.00; bull.
f3.26rt6.10; calvea. 84.OGti.60.
HOOS-Receipt. 8 000 head: market. 543!
10c higher; top. f7.26: bulk of galea. W 75$
16; heavy, 36SVt7.26: psckera and butch-
era. 36.80?. 15; light, f6.5u7.0t; plga. to.fruto
SHEEP AND LAMBS Rectipt. , 9.000
head: market for theep steady; lambs, 68.00;
yearlings. f6.007.40; wethers, 35.25$.60;
ewes, 34.io.00; stockers and feeders, 83.50
ti.50; Texaa muttons, ft u$6.50.
t. I.al Ll stack Market.
ST. tiOL'IS. April 19 CATTLE Receipts,
t00 head. Including 1,400 Ttxana: market
lotidlio lower: native shipping and export
steer, t6.260T.OO; dressed beet and butcher
steers. 84 Ot'crX io; steers under 1.000 pound.
83.6o1.10; stockers nd feeder, f 4.50Q6 26 ;
coma and heifer. 2.15044 30; cannors, 82.00
fie.ao; bulls. 4 0(Kir6, calves. 85.Wsrr7.2s:
Texas and fndian stetrs, St.oOQo.SO; cows
and heifers, 3.tl q6.:6.
HOOS Receipts. 5,000 head: market 5c
higher; pig and lights, t4.254'.7f ; packer.
34 fc(3 7. 20; butcher and best hv-, f7.1a3
7 35. 1
8HBEP AND LAMttS-Recelpts. 8,300
hesd; market Kt?18o lower; native mutton,
f4 "iM 26; lamb. t OtVfls .10: cull and buck,
$3.5utt.00; stockers, f8.0O34.26.
t. Jasepk Lit Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. April 19 CATTLE -P.-ceipi.
1.8ta hsftd, market ateady. steer.
t4.6Ot?.30: rnwa gnd heifers, f2.s04j6.75;
calv es, ft 6034 60.
HOOS Receipts, t.ooo head; market
ateady: top, 87.10; bulk of aales. t8.3&1i;.d6
SH EEP AND LAMBS-Receipts. i.u, I
bead; market weak: lamb, f7.004f7.9o. !
tlaas City tut Stack Tjfarkat. ,
, SlOf X CITY. April lt.-tSpeclal Tele
gram. I CATTLE Receipt. l,Xi hd;l
markat, steady; beeves. 15.004)41.75: fat pot. I
and heifer. f4 0036.50; feeders, t4.tM6.35; 1
yearling. .0ta4.&5. I
HOGS-fUceipta, 300 had;'marat sieady;
range of prices. fJe7.)0; bulk Of nlm, 1
ttssek la SlAkl.
Receipt of live stock at th six
cipal western markets yeslerdsy;
.. 3 600
..39.475 45,1 w 4,3 tix
Sagar aatt Mollasee.
NEW TORK. April 1 SCQAR Rsw.
nearly, fair refining. 3.42c; ni 1 if usjI.
8 it- 92c. Molassa u,'4.r. IlTc, Re-
Shftfti . I
;,9v .ai ;
j.ti 6 it) ;
Jl ' i'T' .n'-t1 .csamaal
fined, steady; No. S. 4.4Sr; NO. T. 4.4Sr;
No. 8. 4.85c; No. . 4.30c; No. 10, 4.25c; No.
11, 4.20c; No. 12. 4.15c: No. 13. 4.10c; No.
14. 4 10c; confectioners' A. 4.76: moulu
A. R 80c: cut loaf, 6. 75c; crushed, fi.Soo;
fowdered, 6.05c; granulated. 4.86c; rubes,
MOL.ASSF.S Quiet: New Orleans open
kettle, good to choice, 28tr42c.
, Cattail Market.' -
NEW TORK, April IS. COTTON Spot
closed oiiiet, 10 points lower: middling up
lands. I o.ttx:; middling gulf. lO.SOc: sales.
GALVESTON. April 19.-COTTON -Hlirher;
ST IOriS. April l.-COTTON-Hlghr;
middling. I0"c; sales. .147 hales; receipts.
4. bales; shipments. 664 bales; stock, 44.171
NEW YORK. April 1!.-COFFErt-Futures
opened snd closed ateady at 10 polnis
Mfjter. Seles for tlio day ware reported of
24.!0 bags, Including April St SOc, May St
6.8tiiti6.o6c, July at S SCc. Angust at 4 i'H .
Pepumber at 6c S'ld December at 5.86jS
6.90c. Spot, qnlct: No. 7 Rio, S'.cj No. 4
Santos, ',c. Mild, dull: Cordova, SMc.
Toledo "red Market.
TOLEDO! O.. April 1 9. SEEDS Cash,
35.86: April. f5.8r; October. 36.60; De
cember, ffl.BO; March $6.75: No. 2. $5.7n
No. 8. f50; rejected, to. 35: no estab
lished grade. f5.00. Timothy, prinT, f 1.80.
Altke. prime. $8.1 0.
Minneapolis Floor Market.
MINNEAPOLIS April 19. BRAN In
bulk. f3. 00023.50.
FLOUR First patents. trS.001; 8.20; sec
ond patents. 36.9006. 10: first clears, $1 95
65.15: second clears. 6;!.60 tj 3.65.
Oils and ftosla.
OIL CITY, Pa.. April 10. -Ol L Credit bal
ances. fl.7S; runs. 13R.417 bbl.; sverago.
12&.H2 bbls.: shipments, 319.521 bins.; aver
age. 1M.014 bbls.
Sleepy Hewitt on
New Side of Bar
Once He it in Court at Wit
ness and Not the De
fendant. SK'epv Hewitt is to be star wltnes
the stale In the trial of Henry Brown
th murder of Sam White. Impaneling of
Jury for which began Monday morning.
Ii aurpr'4'd Hevwit a little lo find him
sell on this side of criminal process, but
law vers ssy if h make a good A tvllnes
f ( r Juglas county .1 he usually does for
1 imelf. then ' It Is all up witn Henry
C. M. Chelson, one of the first men ex
amined for the Jury, declared that he had
more or less of al prejudice because his
brother had been killed by a negro. He
was excused. George Tompkins, an elderly
and well respected colored man, passed
preliminary questions su'-c essfuily, but the
state will challenge him. Tompkins served
on the James Smith Jury which brought In
a verdict of guilty Saturday, but the prose
cution will tak no chances of any colored
man' aympathiitng with Brown, who is,
of course, himself colored.
I BATTLE OF LEXINGTON IS
CELEBRATED IN THE SCHOOLS
I.essaas of Patriotism Taaght ta
Paplls by Saa of Aaaerlcaa
"Th Battle of Lexington 'and It Le
on," was the aubject of an ddr, writ
ten by Ralph W. Breckenrldge,- preaident
of the society, and delivered In every public
school of the city Monday, morning by
orn member of the Nebraska Society of
the Son of the American Revolution. Th
esrcle were. held, at U o'clock, th dsy
belnr the"1?4th ' anniversary of th flrt
conflict in th revotutlorigry war.
The story of the battle, Its significance
and result was told In brie'f form.
The Revolutionary father fought and
died for thr personal rights, and to s
curo Independence for 11 their deacendants.
for all true bbe-ty-lorlng foreigners who
have come to this land; but they lived and
fought and died In vain -if their type of
heroism and devotion to principle died with
them. For though the clash of arm. th
din of trlfe and th groan of the wounded
hav passed away; though only a monu
ment or two attest that peaceful Lexington
was the scene of what proved. In It ef
fect, to be on of the great battles of his
tory; though the combatant themselves
sre nothing but dust; there abides th Idea
for which they fought and riled, and there
comes to us, "borne, prl the night wind of
the past." a call to. the duty which lie
before us; a warning against the perils
which threaten society In th'. our ilav, no
less grve thsn those which menaced th
Revolutionary patriots. Disrespect for
law; dishonesty and treachery In politics
and public life and lu but mens: th saloon
In politics: the smalcss conflict between
the rich and the poor, are nmong th perils,
which call for a rosolut a stand a our
forefathers made against lh tyranny of
th BrltiBh. .
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