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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE:; 'AriUL 24, 1010.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MKET
Opening Price Are Higher,
CASH CONDITIONS HELP CORN
( n e ra 1 1 r
Oat Higher All
Work Ip One
pool Hoar at Half Oat
OMAHA. April 23, 19!.-
Sentiment among v. heat tiarjera was
ni"r bullish again and opening price" were
higher. Cables were firm following the
domestic advance yesterday. While news
from all point In Nebraska and Kansas Is
very bullish the market ruled rather dull.
'ash conditions and a stronger wheat
market la helping to strengthen corn.
Value are slowly working away from the
low point of a e'k ago.
I'nfavoi able weattier couoled with better
cash demand and higher cables turned sen
1 1 men I bullish agsin and priced worked an
other lc higher today.- News irom all
tlona of the winter v beat belt shows much
damage to crops.
The corn market was very firm from thu
Flart. (.'ash houses were good buytra on
the strength In wheat and the Improve,
ment In shipping demand. Stocks aie de
creasing and If demand continues lurtnt-r
advances afe likely.
Primary wheat receipts wete 25'.iWi
bushels and shipments were 9',uim bushels,
against receipts lust year of 2'il.iiuO bushels
and shipments ot 24i,OUO bushels.
1'rlmary corn receipis were 30.0i0 busliels
and shipments were (ili,0iH) bushels, against
receipts last year of 210.1XM bushels and
anlpments of Mis.OOO bushel.
Clearings were 2.'t4,0U0 bushels of corn,
I.oiju bushels of oats and whr-at and flour
equal to 2O7.OU0 bushels.
Liverpool closed VI to a higher on
Wheat and normal on corn.
L.01 al range ot opuoiiM
bid; July, MVi
2 whlt. 42&4k:;
60c; No .1. Vfi .".; No. 2
No. 3. filV'.V; Mav, 6c,
September, fc9c. bid.
OATS I tu banged, No,
No. I niled,, uttc.
MAY l.'nchanged; rholre timothy, 111.'
4i !.; ;hol.e prairie, (11 VYW.ta; rhu.c
Hl'TTKIt-1 nchanged; creamery, extias,
30r; firsts. iKr; seconds. pacxlng ZOr.
hhjf I'nchanaed. current recHp.s, new
rases. $6 Sf. , .miscellaneous cta, (o 8",
southerns, 4.1, storage packed, : 6 15
Wheat, bu i cars 2(i.W
Torn, tiu. ..... 31,( 80"i
Oats, bu 7.010 8.0jO
NEW YORK (iE.IEH A I.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Stagnation Settles on Stock Market
and Dullness is Intense.
COTTON THE CAUSE OF CONTUSION
Federal Proaecatlon of Alleard Pm1
I'rompti Ksrltement ll Mend
-Notice Awaited from tilted
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close. Yes y.
1 O-J'l 1 034 1 1 02'j
97 'j 97 V4
41 42' 4 41
Omaha Cash Prlrea.
WHEAT No. 2 herd, (I V(M.02; No. 3.
(ci&$l.00; No. 4, 9l!4i97c; rejected hard, Titai
tic; No. 2 spring, 1.ik0.1 .02 ; No. 3 spring,
Mtcfall.uO; No. 4 spring. UPU!fc; No. 2 durum,
MHt"4c; No. 3 durum, KWac.
COKN-No. 2 white, DSVic; No. 3 white,
tS'vt fikc ; No. 4 white, JiM? jc ; No. 3 color,
I toil jtiVic; No. 4 color, 64fi6ttc; No. 2 yellow,
' 6ic; No. 3 yellow, t2lbu&ilc ; No. 4 yellow,
48'rtS2Hc; No. 2. Bfio; No. 3. W&Mc; No.
4. 4SVil2'-4-; no grade, 3fo40e.
OATS Standard, 40V4c; No. S white, 40
Hc; No. 4 white, 3StXIHc; No. 3 yellow,
W7f40c; No. 4 yellow, 3&3c; tnUtcd, 38S46
RAltLKY-No. 4. Clifcttlc; No.
H.YE No. 2, . 74tfi744c; No. 3,
1 feed, 49
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Featnea of the
CHICAGO, April 23. -Vised along by an
Insistent demand wheat prices advanced
today and closed strong, Irom c U l'uo
up. Corn also Increased Its flgurn, while
oats equalled the advance) In wheat, Sep
tember taking on a gain of l'4c. Pro
visions closed from 24o to IBo down.
Weather conditions played a large part
In the course of wheat prices and the
low temperatures In different sections of
the market belt gave added emphasis to
reports of crop damage, particularly In
the Kansas and western Nebraska fields.
September price went up from (1.007 to
d.01'4 and July from 11.02 to (1.04. May
closed Kt the top, with a net gain of
:l&mo at (1.09Tb. Final figures for July
were. o higher at (1.0U4, while September,
with a, like gain, closed at 11. 01V
Corn price showed a healthy tone all
day. An Improved demand for cash corn
was an Important factor. The price of
cash corn advanced from tic to lc. No.
t yellow sold at 59HfrtiO4c. May traveled
between 6sV) and 6Ve ii7 the other de
liveries moving with It. The clotie was
strong, with May VttHc higher at &8ViJ
Volume of trade In oats exceeded recent
limits and covering by shorts, together
. with much new Investment, kept prices
advancing miwt of the. session. September
advanced from 38V4o to 3!c. The distant
delivery closed at the top. July and May
closed at the top. May moved from 42o
to 4Vo and closed Mc higher, while July
traveled from 40o to 407ic and closed
In provisions May pork fell away from
(23.15 to (22.02S4. The close was weak, with
prices from SVic to lOo down. Klnal figures
on May product: Pork. 10c off at (22.02m
lard, 2Hc down at (12.471, gild libs, 7 Ho
Off at (12.36.
Leading futures ranged as follows i
qaotatlons ot the Day on Yarlona
NEW YORK, April "3 KI.OIR Dull,
with prices steady; spring patents, (j-Jortr
B.U; winter stal4iht. (4.94r.A; winter ind
ents. (: 2:Vp.' tW; spring ch-nr. ( Sn 'f.
winter extrn No. 1. (4irr4.iW; Kansns
strslghts. (I .Wft.Vtfi. Hecelpts, 14.4W bhls ;
shipments. 9.S.vs hhls. Hye flour. atead ;
fair to good,- i4.2-Vi( l.4; choice to fancy,
(4 forM .
t' IK.NM RAIi Steadv; fine white and
ellow. $M0Uil.4fi; coarse, (1.25it.rO; kiln
ill it d. C! 25.
W'MKAT-Spot.r firm; No. 2 ted. (1.1"..
c. I. f. ; No. 1 northern. $1.1. f. o. b.. open
ing mi vlgatioti. Hetween freezing weather
west, firmer cables and light receipts the
option market was generally VftUc higher
todny. followed by slight reactions nenr
tlie close under profit-taking sales. Iist
prices were 'vgrVc net higher, except Mnv,
which was a cent higher. Muv. (1 irtf(
1.16't. closed at (1.1'H; Julv, fl.10MM.14.
closed at (l.insi September. ILIWiiii l.tw i,,
closed nt (I.OnV 'Jtecolpts, 10,0 bu.; ship
ments. 47.SJI7 bu. .
I'OUX-Spot, steady: steamer. K'.'jC, and
No. 4, fiOo, both nominal, ol.nutoi. export
b:4sis; export No. 2. 6lc. nominal, f. o. b.
The option market was without trans
actions, closing VstVViC net hlher. May
closed at 68c, July nt 71V and September
at 71b)R, Hecelpts. 29,iriO bu.; shloments,
OATS Spot, quiet: mixed. -2fi to 3J lbs.,
nominal; iiutunil white. Ill to :;2 lbs.. 4r'K"
4Sc; cllnncd whil?; 34 to 12 Ihs., 4iWei-'c.
The option market was without trans
actions, closing nominal. Receipts, :18.125
on.: shipments, 1.0(0 bu.
IIAY-Iin ri'ly steady; nrlnif. (1.10: No. 1.
$1.10; No, 2. c?(I.W; No. 3. S.".'ii"J0c.
HOI'S Oulcl ; state, common to choice.
If'9, 2t"(i:r.c; l!j. nominal: Pacific coast,
l'.Ui, IV-1I80; lkS. nominal.
CI I KS Firm: Central America. 22'4c;
I E ATI CKU Steady: hemlock firsts, yit
2!c: seconds, 23&27c; tl.lrds, 2253c; rejected,
I'llOVlSlONS Pork. steadv: mess.
f24.WHii2R.Olt; family, (.S.(XVji27.09; short clfar,
:o i54t27.f0. Heef. firm; mess. (l..00Jj 10.0J;
family, (IHOiVrv 19.6"; hams, $24.004i28 .00. Cut
meats, stesdv: ulckled bellies. 10 to H
lbs.. $ir.fiKr!47.00; pickled hams. (lti.MKrt)
17.00. Lard, easy: middle west prime. $12.xi,
ii 12.95; refined, o.ulet; contir.ent, $13.40;
south America, (14.2d; : compound, (lii.OOCqi
TALLOW Gulet: prime cltv. 7Sc: coun
KICK bteady: domestic. zS5?ic: Japan.
HOTTER-Unsettled: creamery sneclala.
30'n30'4c; extras, 2OH0; third to first. 2Ri39c;
held seconds to special, 24&29c: state, dairy.
cominom to finest, 24(&,'',Oc. 1
t.HKKSK Steady : state, full cream, new,
common to fair, 12rai3c.
PtJL'LTRY Alive steadv: fowls. a'4r!
tut keys, I4ra20c. Hreesed dull; fowls, Wst
20c; turkeys, 17(5230.
WEAT1IKR IN TIIK GRAIN np;i.T
Snom ienernl Saturday lornlng: In
1 pprr Mlasonrl Valley.
OMAHA. April. 23. 1910.
The disturbance overlying the central
valleys Friday morning shifted slowly to
the northward during the last twenty-four
hours and now overlies the. lake region.
with ItB center over Ureen Bay. High winds
and stormy weather continue with the dis
turbance. Snows are general this morning
throughout the upper Mississippi valley
and upper lake region, and heavy falls for
the season are reported In the latter sec
tion. A fall of six Inches occurred at Mil
waukee, three Inches at Watertown, Wis.,
and heavy falls were general over the
Green Bay region. . A wave of decidedly
colder weather Is following In the wake of
me storm, and freeing temperatures are
general this morning over the upper lake
region, the lower Ohio and upper Missis
sippi and Missouri valleys. The weather
Is generally clear throughout the west and
temperatures are allghtly higher In the ex
treme northwest and on the Pacific slope.
An area of high pressure Is moving down
over the upper Missouri . valley and will
follow the disturbance over the lakes, caus
ing continued high winds In this vicinity
during the remainder of today and con
tinued cold weather tonight and Sunday.
The following Bhows the temvernture and
precipitation for the last three years:
... , 1910- 1909. 190S. 1907.
Minimum temperature .. 30 42 8 64
Precipitation 00 .00 .12 .00
Normal temperature for today, 54 degrees
Deficiency In precipitation since March L
Deficiency corresponding 'period In 1S09.
Deficiency corresponding - period la IKK.
Ij. A. WELSH. Local Forecaster.
NKW YORK. April 23. Almost total
stagnation settled on the stock market
today. The Intense dullness marked some
tension of s ntlnietit which was a reflec
tion in part of rcprsssed excitement In I1"'
the cotton market. The situation created
by the intervention of the government to
prisecute the pool which was supposed
to control the supply of cotton formerly
Iihs thrown that market Into great con
fusion. The week's liquidation In stocks
Is believed to have come a-rtly from
sources Involved It) Ills cotton speculation.
The stock speculation has come, apiwx
ently, to a determination to await the
action of the I nlted States Steel directors
on the diideud next Tuesday and the
showing of quarterly earnings to be then
reported. Opinions vary greatly not only
as to the probable dividend action, but
as to the probable market effect of any
specified dividend declaration. This con
fusion arises from the probability that
market operations In United Sta es Steel
are being prompted by trade conditions or
prospects rather than by the Immediate
action of the directors. The stock specu
lations makes almost no demand on the
motify market. Hence the dull and easy
money' market. In spite of the gold with
drawals and the extended loan . position
of the banks of the country as a whole.
A rise In net surplus of Idle freight cars
In two weeks from 25, tiC on March 30, to
77. .".ftf on April 13, vafl taken as corroho
ratlMp of the trend of opinion in trade con
ditions. The surprise In the bank statement was
in the Increase in the Joan Item of the
cleHrlng house banks and In the average
loans of others. The small change In the
cash Item was about aa expected.
Ilonds were irregular. Total sales, par
value, (710.000. United States 4s, coupon,
have declined V4 per cent in the bid price
on call since last week.
Number of salea and IcaGing quotations
or stocks were:
working balamir In treasury offices. (22.
4'a.sVI: In banks to credit of treasurer of
the United SiHteM, (r..246.1Sfi; subsidiary
silver coin, $21. sis 277; minor coin. t ih.hm;
total balance In general fund, ( 2.02$, 237.
ev lork Money Market.
NKW YORK. April M-MONKY-On call,
nominal. Time loans, easy and very duil;
sixty days, SVn34 per cnt; ninety days,
S per cent: six months, 3t4 per cent.
I KIM ft M CO KCANTILit PAPKH-4-Yu
STKRMN0C EXCHANGE Firm, with nr.
t.inl business in bankers' bills at (4Wrf
4.843fi for elxtv-dav hills and ot (4 srso for
demat.d: commercial bills, (4 ,83Vu4 M'.
SILVER Har, K'.V; Mexican dollars, 44c.
Closing quotations on bond were ai
I'. 8. rf. U, ri ...livSlnt. M. M. 44 "'
do coupon 1''.'Pn
V. 8. Sa rr l''-k do 4W
do coupon K. C. so. lat U..... 71i
V 8. 4s rff IM'tb. 8. Amb. 4a 1W1
do coupon lub. a N. unl. 4a 9
Allli-(1il. lit 6a.... 7 M . K. A T. lat 4a.. "'4
AtI. R loa-4 do n. 4a aH',
Am. T. T. cr. 4a.lmM.. l-acltlc 4 .
Am. Tobacco 4 79'4N. R. R. of M. 4a. S4i
do ta t'T N. T. C. g. ! H,
Armour A Co. 44. :4 "do dab. 4a W't
At-hlaoD sen. 4a WS. Y., N. H. A It
do i'T. i: 111 ' rr. a inJ
do rr. r.a I11N. A W. lat con. 4a. ss
Sales. High. Lew.
Allla-Chalmera pfit ..
American . Aa;rtcultural
Am. Iifct Sugar
Am. c. A F.:
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. H. tit L. ptd
Am. lea Securities
American Linseed ...
Am. S. & R
Am. 8. kR. pM
Am. Steel Foundries.
Am. ' Rugar Heflnlng.
Am. T. & T
Am. Tobacco pfd
American Woolen ....
Atlamic Coast Line..
Baltimore A Ohio...
Bethlehem Hteel ....
II rook I yn Rapid Tr..
Cnadlail Pacific ...
central Leather pfd
Central of New Jersey
Chesapeake A Ohio 1,600
Chicago & Alton
CIiIcko Ot. W., new..
C. (1. W. ptd
Chlceiro A N. W
C., M. Sc St. P
C, C. C. A St. L
Colorado K. I
(Colorado A Bout hern.
Delaware A Hudson...
Denver A Rio Grande
O. A K. O. pfd
Distiller1 Securltlea H -3"i
Brie 3'H fot(
F.rle 1st ffd
Erie 2d pfd I
do cv. 4a aer.
do seties li. ...
Oen. Klei-. ev. tui
III. Cell. 1st ret.
IllC Met. 41, a
mo. 8. U rfd. 4a ....
.. 4lenn. cr. ! 1916.. M'4
, .1M iio con. 4e 101
..loositeadlni sen 4a
. 1H. L. A 8. F. ff. 4a. M
..101 do (en. 6a ts'i
.. W.St L 8. W. c. 4a.... 77
. . 71 "do 1st gold 4s.... 11
.. M Heehoard A. L 4s... "4
. . WW 80. Pac. col. 4a m
Kiv, do rv. 4. Ill
4a.. 7 do 1st ret. 4s., 9i
i 80. Railway 6a II
.... 74 do gen. 4 7'
.... 77l'nlon l'aclllo 4s H,
6 do cv. 4s 1"7
VU do 1st A ret. -is ... 11
. :lU. 8. Hilhber 6a li'HH
. Tl I'. 8. Steel M ."is 104
. IU4, Va.-Caro. crheni. Or. . 8
. 73Wabarh lat
Atlantic '. 1.. 1st 4. do ct. 4a.
B. A O. 4s t No. PacKle
do rs !" do Sa
do 8 W. 3s...
Pr4. Tr. cv. 4a....
Cen. of (la. 6a .
Cen. Leather &e...
C. of N. J. . ia..
Cbea. A Ohio 4a.
do ref. 6a
ChlcaKO A A. l'v
C., LI. A 0. J. 49.
do gen. 4a
C. M. A 8.P. g
C K. 1. A P. c. a.,
do rfg. 4
I'olo. bid. 6a
V-olo. Mid. 4a
C. A 8. r. A e. 4'is
I). A II. cv. 4s
D. A R. U. 4a
Erie p. 1. 41
do gen. 4s.
77 do 1st A
70 W estern Vd
4s. 1 Wis. central
1 Mo. Pac. cv.
us ft fa.
. . !
Quotations furnlshpd Cry Pamue' Burnt,
Jr., 614 New York Life building, Omaba:
Reatrlce Creamery, com
City of Omaha 4a, 129
Cuduhy Packlns Co. (a.
Iowa Portland Cement 4s
Iowa Port. C. Con. ta
Ntbraaka Tel. atock 4 per cent
No. Platte Val. Ir. Co. 6s, 1120
Omaha Water Ca. 6s, 1116
Omaha Water C. 6a, 1914
Omaha Water 2d pld
Omaha c-aa 1917
Omaha K. L. A P. 6s, 193S
OnmhA b. L. pid 6 per cent
Omaha St. Rl be. 1914
Olnahk Ac C. B. 81. Hy. 6a, 1928...
Omana A C. B. St. Hy. pfd
Omaha A C. B St Hy. com
Omaha A C. U. R. A U. pfd
Pacific T. A T. 6a, 1937
Khrevepurt O. A E. a, 1940
South Omaha, City ot
Topeka Ry. IX. 1930
Wright A WUhelmy Co
Union 8. Y. stuck. 80. Omaha....
99 I'M '4
9 - 9S
' Boston Mining, Stocks.
HOSTON. April 23. Closing quotations on
mining stocks were:
A. Z. L. A S
B. C. C. A C. rets.
11. & c. C. A s. M
Cal. A Arizona 64
Cal. A Iteula 6U6
Oopper Kange ('.. C
East Butte C. M. . .
! Oranby Con
Greene Cananea ...
I Islo Royale Copper.
I Kerr Lake
La Salle Copper....
74 Nevada Con
25 NIpiHstng Mines
11 North, Butte
7 oid Dominion 37
Lonla General Market.
'IS. April 23.-WHEAT-Futnre.
(1.0714; July, (1.01V4.
xo. a. red. i.w; No.
Artlcles. Open. HlKh. Low. Close.) Yaa'y.
Wheat I 1 I I I
May 1 OfVffHI 1 0l 1 I 1 09Til08Vi
July 1 02 1 03 1 0H 1 031 1 JV4
8epL 1 01 Vl 1 vl1 1 0074j 1 Olsii 1 Vi
Corn I I I I
May fKiiWWM 6SHi&8fJl B84
July 14i(i7 tilSieiVatlhlViitia
Hept. WaOaVtl 634 i 63(4U-Si6WV
Oala I I
May 4IaH.i i2 42 4-'il 42
July 40tfVi 40 40 vUlsilVVnO
tiept. 3H-! S7H S8V4 3HH obVs
May 23 12 22 15 22 02 22 02; 22 12
July 22 40 22 40 22 12 22 12mj 22 27
Sept. 22 46 Zi 45 22 15 22 17j 22 27
May 12 62 12 52 12 45 12 47 12 50
July 12 46 12 45 1( 36 12 37 12 40
Wept, 12 42 12 42 12 36 12 36 12 37
May 12 45 12 45 12 35 12 35 12 42
July 12 27 12 27 12 11 12 20 12 25
b'cpL 12 25 1 12 27 12 12 12 15 12 22
May, 61c; July,
No. 2, 62&63c;
2. 42c; No.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Firm; winter patents, (6.004
(.25; winter straights, (4.if(ti'6.25; sprlnK
tralKhls, (4.554.75; bakers, (iTuttfft.OO.
RY K No. (, 78c.
3AHLEY Feed or mixing, 43((,60c; fair
to choice malting, 66'nrtoc.
BKK18 Timothy, (4. SO; clover, (11.75.
I'ROVISIONS Mesa pork, per Mil., (22.50.
Lard, per 100 lba., (12.56. Short libs, aid us
(.loose), (11.2lxl 50. dhort clear sides
Total clearances ot wheat .and flour were
equal to 000 bu. Primary receipts were
261,000 bu.. oompared with Wl.UW bu. the
corraepoiidlnc day a year ago.
Estimated receipts tor Monday: Wheat,
12 cars; corn, M cars; oats, loo cars, hogs,
, '..1...... . V .. Q .-. . 1
(1.101.11; No. S red. (1.04-jl.oi: No. i
bard. (l.lUiil.ll: No. i hard. (l.OtVitl.Oj
No. ( spring, (1.03(1.0P. Corn: No. i
cash. (a.c: No. 3 caah. oMiu8e: No. il
white, oii,oWo; No. 3 white, wuol'ic; No. t Pennsylvania and
g yeuow. ii'vnuwc; ro. 1 yeuou, ouc. .in returnable cases
tiata: No. 2 white, 434i44c: No. 3 wnite,
41j43c; No. 4 while, 40u42c; standard,
CHICAGO. April 2S Bt'TTKR Easy ;
creamerlea. 25(a-'c; dairies, liu-tic.
EOUS Steady ; receipts Zt.Vbi caaes; at
mark, cases Included, 17ijWc; flrata, 20c;
prime firsts, 21c.
CHKESK Steady; daisies, 14fflSc; twins,
13ui4c; Young Americas, 14ul4c; long
POTATOIlS Steady; choice to fancy, Vi'ti
4c; fair to good, 20c.
POULTRY Easy; turkeys, 15c; chickens,
l(c: springs, lsc.
VEAltteady; 50 to 60 lb. wts., &tf'9c;
M to 85 lb. wts., fc&lOc; bo to 110 lb. wta.,
ftc-telpta Today Wheat, 17 care; corn, T9
cars: oata, 170 cars. Estimated Monday
Wheat, 12 cars; corn, M car; oata, ltio cars.
COIIN Futures, higher;
63c. Cash, hlBher; track,
no. z wnite. bo 44 (q Mo.
OA.T8 Futureei, higher; May.
40o. Cash, higher; track, No.
2 white. 44c.
RYE Higher, at 7c.
FLOUR Firm; red winter patents. j.l5flj)
6.60; entra fancy and Htmlnht, (4.50if6.70;
hard winter clears, (3.56ii(3.80.
SEED Timothy, (3.004(3.50.
U RAN Lower; sacked, east track. (1.01
I1AY Steady; timothy. (13.00(&'18.60; prai
rie. (12.00f(i 13.60.
PROVlfftoNS Pork, steady; (22.00. Lard,
lower; prime steam. (12.40(12.50. Dry salt
meats, steady; boxed extra shorts, (14.37;
clear ribs. (14.37; short clears, (I4.6i.
Hacon, steady; boxed extra short, (15.t2;
clear ribs, (15.62; short clears, (16.87.
POULT HY Lower; chlckena 16c; sp.lngs
23c: turkeys, 18c; ducks, loc; eese, c.
BUTTER Lower; creamery, 2ro30c.
v J . . uuwer at 134C.
Flour, bbls 6,700
Wheat, bu 23,000
Corn, bu 18.0110
Oats, bu 64.4W
,t 3oo 2:
General Electrlo 1")
Oreat Northorn pfd l,0"O U7 iaT4 13S
Ureal Northern Ore ctfs. .. 2M) 67
Illinois Central '
Inter borough Met 400 22
Int. Met. pfd 3,2"0 6
International Harvester .. 600 944
Int. Marine pfd.,
International Paper ...
Kansas C4ty 80
K. C. So. pfd
Laclede Oss 200 102
Louisville A Nashville 100 141
Minn. A St. L
M., 8t. P. A 8. 8. M
M, K. A T 2.200 42
M K. A T. pfd
Missouri Pacific SOU en
N. R. K. of 11. 2d pfd
New York Central 1,;00 122 114
N. Y., O. A W
Norfolk A Western 400 103 1024
Northern Pacific 1 200 "S4 1S4
Pennsylvania 3. 136 lSo
People's Oaa 2, 11 lt'e
P.. C. C. A St. L 100 10114 10IH
Pittsburg Ooal 20 20 20
Pressed Steel Oar
Pullman Palace Car 200 19114 190
Railway Steel Sprint, 10 40 40
Reading 12,4'SI 1M 163
Republic Steel 100 364 S64h
Republio Steel pfd
Rock Island Co . 47
Rock Island Co, pfd.. 600 0 0
st: l. a a. r. 2d pfd -
St. Louis S. W
Bt. L. 8. W. Dfd '
Sloes-Sheffield 8. A I 100
Southern Pactflo ,000
Southern Railway 200
So. Railway pfd
L. A W..
, L. A W.
10J 4 IS
Miami Copper 23
22 Parrott 8.
8 Superior A
7VI'. 9. C. A
s U S. S. R.
9 do pfd
H4ftah Uipper Co
1 34 Wolverine
. . 16
. . 12
. . 13
. . an
Ketnr York t urli Market.
Tha following; quotations are furnished by
Logan & Bryan, 315 South Sixteenth street:
Bay State Gaa 24 Ooldfleld Florence... 2
Boston Cona 18 Ooldfleld Daisy 7
uutte uoaiitton S3 Greene cananea 9
Ot rou x
Ooldfleld Cons S
. . Ohio tpper
11-14 Rawhide Coalition.
... 46 Kay Central 1.
.. 46 Swift Pkg. Co
.. 14 Superior A Pitta...
.. 13Tonopah Mining...
7 Trinity Copper
OMAHA, April 23. Bank clearings for to
day were 4,026,351.61, and for the corre
sponding date last yoar were (2,723,87( 93.
Monday ( 3.021,060.13
Friday Arbor da.
Totals (15,R5.-153 23 (12.878,012.77
Increase over the corresponding week lat
Neir York Mla:ag Stocks,
NEW YORK. April 23.-Closlng
tlona on mining stocKs:
Alice t60 leadvllls Con .
Brunswick Con 7
Com. Tunnel stock... SO
do feonda 19
Con. Cal. A Va 136
Horn Sliver 66
lion Silver 16
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 23. WHEAT
May. (1.08; July, (LOW; September, (1.01U
ttl.OlH; cash, No. 1 hard, (1.129; No. 1
northern. (1.10!&I.11T4; No. 2 northern,
(1.08jl.09; No. 3. (1.014,1.07.
CORN No. 8 yellow, M'fi.Wc.
OATS No. 3 white, a)',r(j 40c
FliAX Cloaed at (.'.40.
RYE No. 2, 711441 731c.
BRAN In 100 .pound sacks, (18.00irl8.25.
FLOl'R First patents (In wood f. o. b.,
Minneapolis), (6.205.40; second patent,
(5yti5.20; first clears, (1.05(i;4.15; second
clears, 12. Sou 3. 10.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PICCLADELPIIIA. April 23. BCTTER
Weak. lo lower; extra western creamery,
32c; extra nearby prints, 33c.
EOUS Firm; Pennsylvania and other
neamy nrts. free rases, 22c, at mark:
other current receipts.
I ... .....,,nui9 vci"?. 11c, wrnmni xirHlS, I ree
v ... a, , itrninn uuiirni receipts, rree
cases. 21 c.
CHEESE Firm: New York full cr-nni
choice old. 7',iil7c: fair to a-ood oia'
lti4H7c: choice new, 14'c: fair to a-ood
new, 131 Uc.
v Oils aid Rosin.
OIL CITY. Pa.. April 23 -OC L-Credlt bal-
aticea. J1.3b; runs. 100.370 bbls : averaae.
160,458 bbls.; shipments. 262,0 bbls.: aver
age, r.19.740 bbls.
HAVANNAH. Ga.. Anill MTITtlTiRV.
1 1 tnrm, bto.
R HIN Firm: B. 14.15: D. 14 ai'ii 40- IT
(460.J4 .05; F, (b.OXiio.02; O. K.05; 11. (Vlo:
I. o M): K. I5.i: M. 15 70: N IF. W
(i.'..rj00; W. W., (6.064(0.12.
Liverpool Grain avaial Provisions.
LIVERPOOI Aptll J3.-WHEAT-8pot.
dull; No. ( red wtjtern winter, no slock;
futures, steady; May, la 7d; July, 7a 4',d,
fceptembor, 7a (V4d.
CORN Spot, gulet; new American mixed,
torthern, ba 2d: old A merit a 11 mixed, 6a
d: futures, noininal.
PEAS-Caiiadlan. steady at 7 td.
Kanaata Cltr Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, April (1-W1IEAT-
Vay. (10.' H. bid; July, K-.'Sf, avllera; .Sep
tember. vitc. sellers; cash unchanged to
la hlKhtr; No. ( hard. JIOi-ulO); No. 3,
V OH) 107; No. I red, (l.Obal lO; No. ( (1 01
COKN-Vimc higher; No. t mixed, ij
Oauahav Har Market.
OMAHA. A Drll 21. HAY Vs. 1 19 on- Vs
(. (8.00; packing. (6 00. Straw: Wheat. (000;
rye and oata. (7.00. " Alfalfa, (12.00. The
supply or poor hay is much heavier than
Toledo Seed Market.
TOLEDO, O.. April IX. SKEOS Clover,
caan. Hi 40; April ( tsl; October. 11.R7: I)
cember, (467. Prime timothy, (2 15. Prime
Bt. Joseph I Ito stork Market
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., April 21-CATTLE-
Kecelpts 100 head; market steady; steers,
K.6Oi.00;. cows and heifers. (J.&utafl.W;
catves. 14 001(3 00.
HOOK Receipts 1.000
hiKliar; top, U&: bulk
No sheen on sal.
head: market 10c
of aales, (.104,4.20.
Va.-.ttin.lui (.lieintcal ...
Weetinghouse Electrlo ...
Wheellnc A Lake Brie....
Total salea tor. the Say,
400 46 46
London Closing Stocks.
LONDON. April 23. American securities
opened steady on the stock exchange here
today. During the short session United
States Steel and Amalgamated Copper
hardened a trifle, but business was meager
and the market closed dull, but steady, a
fraction over parity.
Oonaols. money... to 6-14Loulvllle A N.
do account 61 M., K. A T
Amal. Copper 764 N. T. Central..
Anaconda . Norfolk A W..
Atchison Ill do ptd
do pfd 100Ontarto A W..
Baltimore A Ohio. .. .113 Peiinaylvanla ...
Canadian Pacific IKS Hand Mines....
Chicago O. W
Chi., Mil. A St. r .
Denver A Rio O...
do lat pfd
do td pfd
MONEY S6fl 34 per
The rate of discount
146 do ptd
II Southern Pacitlo
ti do pfd
nV. 8. Steel 96
47 do pfd U
t do pfd 47
141 Spanish 4a. 96
steady al 24d per ounce.
In the open market
Is SVii3 15-lti per cent;
bills. 3 16-16 per cent.
for short bills
t IrarlnaT House Bank Statement.
NEW YORK. April 23. The statement of
clearing house banks for the week shows
that the banks bold Jll.016.ba) more tnan
the requirements of the 4 per cent reserve
rule. ThU Is an Increase of (4.085,6:2 In
the proportionate caah reserve as compared
with last week. The statement follows:
Loans (1,217,S19.7UU U,16o.S00
IletDoaits 1.204.t)oO.SuO 7,802,600
Circulation 4o,3i4,nou m,iw
Learal tenders ".1S1H) 1,008,100
hpocle !48,W8,uO S6,U0
K-aerve 316,180,700 2.O8A.O0O
Reserve required (01,06i,075 l.50,u2i
Surplus 15.01o.625 4,035.626
Ex.-U. S. depoaits .. 15,406,500 4.040,260
The percentage of actual reserve of the
clearing house banks today was 2d 04.
The statement of banks and trust com
panies of Ureater New York not reporting
to the clearing nouae snows:
.(1.1W.O45.0U0 ( 6.6O0.8O0
WASniNQTON, April 2X Tha condition
of the treasury at the beginning of business
today was aa follows: Trust funda Oold
coin, (tb8.3o0.ai9; sliver dollars. (4sw.7a5.uuO
silver dollavrs of 1k0. (I.7ot,ou0, silver certifi
cate outatandlng, (40 .726.000. Ueneral fund
Standard allver dollars In general fund
(2,lu2,Ul, current 11a bill no, (104.Sb3.W3,
NEW YORK. April 23. METALS Stand
ard copper was Irregular today. Local
dealers quote lake at (12.7513.00; electroly
tic, (12.6212.76; casting, (12.60tq.12. 62.
London market opened steady at a slight
advance, but lost the gain, closing easy,
with spot at 66 15s and futures at 57 15s.
Tin, dull; spot. (33.20-g33.37. London mar
ket lost an early advance, closing weak.
with spot quoted at 151 10s and futures
at 151 15s. Lead, dull; spot, (4.36"4.40.
London market unchanged at 12 12s 6d.
Snelter. weak: BDOt. S5.45tfi'5.55. London
market unchanged at 22 5s. The English
Iron market was unchanged at 60s 6d for
Cleveland warrants. Locally, quiet; No. 1
foundry northern. (18.06Yaa8.50: No. 2. (17.50
ig 18.00; No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern
ST. LOUIS. April 23 M ETA LS Lead.
firm; (4.25 . Spelter, lower; (5.32.
NEW YORK. April 23. COFFEE The
market for coffee futures opened quiet at
unchanged prices to a decline of S points In
response to tne aecune in tne Frencn mar
ket and as a result of further near month
liquidation. Offerings were taken around
their Initial figures by brokers supposed
to be operating for trade interests and the
market closed quiet, net unchanged to 6
points lower. Sales were reported of 14,250
bags, Including exchanges. Closing bids
follow: April, May, 6.46c; June, 6. fee; July,
6.60c; August, (6.65c; September. October
and November, 6.70c; December, ( 75c; Jan
uary, 6.81c; February, 6.84o and March, 6.860.
Spot coffee, quiet; No. 7 Rio. 8c; No. 4
Santos, c. Mild, quiet; Cordova, 119120.
April 23. MOLASSES
Steady; New Orleans open kettle, fc7t42i.
Sl'UAR Raw, steady; Muscavado. 89 test.
3 80c; centrifugal, U6 test, 4.30c; molasses.
8 test. C.&oc. Refined, steady; cut loaf,
6.9.'.; crushed, 6.85c; mould A, 6.060; cubes,
6.40c; XXXX powdered. 6.30c; powdered.
6.25c: granulated, 5.15c; diamond A, 6.16c;
confectioners A, 4.U&c; No. 1, 4110c; No. i,
4-86c; No. 3, 4.80c; No. 4, 4.76c; No. i. 4.70c;
No. 6, 4.65c; No. 7, 4.60c; No. (. 4.65c; No. 8.
4.50c; No. 10. 445; No. 11. 4.40c; No. 12, 4.35c;
No. 13, 4.30c; No. 14. 4.30c.
NEW YORK, April 23COTTON Fu
tures closed steady. Closing bids: April,
14.81c; May, 14.71c; June, 14.66c; July, 1461c;
August. li.74c; September, 12 82c; October,
11.37o; November, 12.23c; December, 1122c;
January, 12 20c. Spot closed quiet; middling
uplands, 15.15o; middling gulf, 16.40u; sales
LIVERPOOL, April 23. COTTON Spot
was In limited demand; prices i points
lower; American middling fair, (.Md; good
ndddUng, 7.86d; middling, 7.82d; low mid
dling, 7.T2d; good ordinary, 7.4td; ordinary,
St. Lonla Mn Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, April 23. CATTLE Receipts
(ta) head, no Texana; market steady; na
tive beef ateara, (6.(038.40; cows and heifers,
13 SVSS.00; storkers and feeders, (4 0u4.26;
Texas and Indian steers, (4.60(18.00; cows
and heifers. (i.0Otj4.&0; calves In carload
HOGS Receipt 1.800
higher; pigs and lights,
(s 00w..46; butchers and
SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts 100 head;
market steady: native muttons, (7.6OQ.O0;
lambs, (.vVU(.(l r , .
bead; market 6c
(7.5O(j9 40. packers,
best heavy, p:iL4f
A High Grade Bond Yielding 64
United Kansas Portland Comont Company
First Mortgage 6 per cent 10-year Sinking Fund Gold Ilonds
l)ATKI AI'Klli 1st, J010. l ,: -M'UMi 1st, IHJl).
Setni-AnniiftI Interest, payable April 1st and October 1st at Yniiuerrt Trust Compmiy, Ivan
(ta City, Missouri. Coupin llontls of $100, $-JM. $5(KI ami $l,K)0 Denomination, Willi pililcc.
of HonlHlratlon a to Principal. Kedcrinalile at HW ami Intercut at any Inlrrrst IVii.xl on 1,0
Hays' Notice. IVmllug the preparation of Kngraml Itontl.s, Interim Herripls will lie issued V
Commerce Trust Company. Kansas City Trustoo
The United KansaB Portland Cement Company owns and operates three largo cement plants lointorl
at Independence, Iola and Neodeaha, Kansas, the Initial cost ot which aggregate! $3,4 Oo.OOii.on, and
whoBe combined annual capacity excet'ds two million barrels. Its shipments exceed those of any other
competitor In the entire Western Territory. The officers and directors of the Company aie:
(etirge K. Xlcliolson, Irewident, Kansas City, Mo.
O. V. Wilson, Kansas City, Mo., President Kyley-
Wilson Grocer Co.
A. V. Cockerlll, Vice-President, Nevada, Mo.
Frank J. Nicholson, 2d Vlce-Iresitlent, Iola, Kan.
A. II. Campbell, Iola, Kan,, Attorney.
Joli n K. tiosluirn, Iola Kan., Attorney.
Win. I-anyon, Kt. Ixiuls, Mo., Capitalist.
J. N. ltolerts, Lawrence, Kan., Capitalist.
K. W. IIoH'ker, Kansas City, Mo., Member Utilities
K. II. Callaway, Nevada, Mo., Banker and Capitalist.
of McAnany &
M. Is. Alden, Kansas City, Kan.
Hewoy, Asslstimt. Treasurer.
Vandiver, Nevada, Mo., Ylce-r
Win. H. Cuffee, Carthuge, Mo., Hanker and Manu
facturer. LeiKh Hunt, Iola, Kan., President Hunt Dnplnrrr-
i 11 S Company.
Ij. Ij. Northrup, Treaatuier, iola,
Northrup National Hank.
First Mortgage 6 Bonds
Preferred Stock, 7 Cumulative
Oil, 000. Oil
Common Stock S.oOO.OOO.OO
Pl'KPOSK OF ISSUE These bonds are issued for the pumiose of retiring on July 1st, 1910, $ 1 ,0 ! 1 ,
176.70 debentures now outstanding, and to supply Increased working capital.
SINKING FUND The Deed of Trust provides that a minimum of $160,000 each year, beginning
April 1st, 1 9 1 13 . must be deposited with the Trustee in a sinking fund, for the retirement of all bonds
at or before maturity.
SKCUIUTV The bonds are an absolute first mortgage on all the Company's plants and property,
which are appraised by Westinghouse, Church, Kerr & Co., Engineers of New York City, at $.",S27,77."i:"
to which can also bo added live assets of $783,780, not included in their appraisal, thus showing aggre
gate assets of $6,511,555.
Net Earnings 6 years ending Dec. 31, 1909 $4,619,043.4 J
Less Expended for Betterments 8 67S62.67
Average Annual Net Earnings
(Equal to Seven
Times Bond Interest.)
WE RECOMMEND THE PURCHASE OF THESE ItONDS FOR INVESTMENT BECAUSE,
FIRST The total value of the property behind this issue of bonds is $6,511,555 over four times
the amount of the bond issue. """""
SECOND The average net earnings of the Company for the past six years have been neven times
the bond Interest and nearly three times the bond Interest and sinking fund combined.
THIRD The manufactured product Is a recognized standard of Quality in the mrakets the Com
pany serves, which Insures the permanency of this Industry.
FOURTH The Company is the largest producer of high grade Portland Cement west of (he Missis
FIFTH The management Is in capable and experienced hands, and the work of manufacture is ton
ducted by an able corps of scientifically and practically trained operators. Mr. Oeo. K. Nicholson, president
of the Company, is one of the most experienced cement manufacturers In the United States.
Having sold over $700,000 of the above bonds to Directors and Stockholders of the Company, we of
fer the remainder at x
9 and accrued interest yielding over 6 1-4 per cent
Further Information, engineer's report, and legal opinion may be had on request.
Commerce Trust Company
Capital, One Million Hollars
Investment Securities Department KANSAS CITV, MISSOURI
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Beef Steers Generally Twenty-Five
.Lower for Week.
HOGS ARE LARGELY FIVE HIGHER
Sheep and l.anib al Cloao or Week
Selllnar in Abont the Same
Notches aa They Did One
SOUTH OMAHA, April 23, 1310.
OfflclHl Wednesday .,
Official Thursday ....
Cattle. Hoia. Sheep.
Estimate Saturday 615
Six days this week....?2,249
Same days last week 20,610
Same daytt 2 weeks ago. .10,1)86
Same days 3 weeks aKO.J5.MH
Same days 4 weeks ago. .22,171
Same days last year 14,727
The following table shows
of cattle, hogs and sheep at
to date, compared with last
1910. 1WW. Inc. Dec
.... 314,406 288,219 26,187
.... 703,687 871.428 1C7.441
.... 474,280 634.672 60,292
table shows the average
prices of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days with comparisons:
for the year
Date. 1910. 190t. 1908. 107. 1906. 106. 104.
MT C 88
8 88 t 931
7 O'l 6 64
6 901 6 55
88 1 6 43
il 6 43 6 3
I 6 62 6 S
'31 ' li
t 24 6 31 4 88
6 38 6 28 4 81
6 4 t 26 i 8
6 81 4 89
I 49 4 8
51 6 23
51 6 28 4 80
I 6 30! 6 44 6 X7 1 70
6 64 841 6 V. ID a aa
9 01 HI 6 991 t 861 6 35
04 7 Oil 6 31 6 38 34
Recetpla and disposition of live stock at
the Union slock yards. South Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at S o'clock p.
and common kinds have been stow sellers
at all times, although values are substan
tially the same as at the close of last
week. Veal calves have remained steady
all weok, while bulls, stags, etc., have de
veloped some strength.
Business in Btockorg and feeders has
been comparatively light right along. There
has been considerable Inquiry for the de
sirable light and medium weight grades
and these have remained firm throughout.
Tho demand for the heavier grades has
been rather Indifferent and most of the of
ferings of this kind have sold to the killers
at better prices than the feeder buyers
would pay. A very good clearance has been
made for the week.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice enrn
fed steers, S7.3."i'7.86; fair to gioJ oornfed
steers, fi WVii 7.90; common to fair cdrnfed
steers, $5.7rx(i9.75: good to choice cows and
heifers, IS.Ofrfj5.75; fair to good oows and
heifers, $o.O0ft..HIi; common to fair cows and
heifers, $3.00rri 4.76; good to choice stockers
and feeders, t6.00,g7.00; fair to good stockers
and feeders, tr.2.Vfi5.S5; common to fair
stockers and feeders, J4.00'ii5.00; stock heif
ers, 3. 75ft 4.50; veal calves. $4.25(8.25; bulls,
stags, etc., 83.756.25.
HOGS Nickel advances In hog values
were the more frequent teday, but despite
a very small supply the trade was de
cidedly uneven. Shippers got busy for the
first time In two weeks and bought almost
a fourth of the hogs on sale. Their orders
called for good, smooth butchers, however,
and common mixed lots were not wanted.
Many shipments that were bought on out
Bide orders looked to be Just about a dime
higher, while packers' drovee averaged,
barely a nickel better than yesterday.
There was not very much activity to trade
at any time and It was well along in the
morning before all of tha pens had been
A large share of receipts sold at t9.00
9.10 as compared with yesterday's bulk of
$8.96ft9.05. Tops reached $9.20 as compared
with yesterday's high sales of S9.1S.
Receipts for the week afford the only
bullish feature of tha trade. The supply
shows a decrease of 13,000 head under last
week's run and a loss of 21,000 head as
compared with the official count of the
same week last year. Kvery other condi
tion was wildly bearish at the opening,
however, and prices suffered the largeet
single decline recorded at this point in
many months. Some reaciaon occurred
during the last three days, but current
values still show a loss of about 45o as
compared with last week's close.
C. M. A St. P
C. t N. W., east
C. & N. W., west....
C. St. P. M. & O
C. 13. Q., east
C. B. & y., west
O. R. I. & P., east..
C. U. VV
Total receipts 15
Swift & Company 621
Cudahy Packing Co 1.713
Armour & Co all
Schwarts-Bolen Co I'9
Murphy Shippers 3.'0
Total .- 2,634
CATTI-K As usual on a Saturday there
was little of any consequence on sale,
either fresh or stale, and values on all
grades were unchanged. For the week re
ceipts foot up about 22,000 head or some
1.5UI head more than last wek and 7,500
head nior than for the corresponding week
laat year. In point of quality the offer
ings have been very desirable moat of the
time lately and buyers have had very little
to complain of on this score. Prices have
been mote or leas uneven throughout the
week and at the cluae are from 10c to 25c
luwer than a week ago. Moat of the de
cline haa been on the filaln. heavy and
unfinished cattle as all classes of buyers
have been discriminating against this claa
ot stock, while the desirable, light and
handy weight grades have been In good re
quest right along and sre not selling much
lower than a weak ago.
Notwithstanding the very liberal receipts
for the week the proportion of cows a;id
heifers has been comparatively email
throughout md with a vigorous demand
from both local packers and outside buyers
the market has been lu very satisfactory
shape from start to finish. The more de
sirable gradea are telling perhapa a aha. la
stronger than a week ago, while the msdlum
. . . 2-14
No. At. Bh. Pr.
: 261 K) 06
I (TV l 243 0 06
... I 90 41 : 160 05
40 I M0 14 824 40 U6
11 I Wi 2117 320 4 07 V4
HI 1)6 e9 371 240 I 07Vi
... M al 203 B0 K4
110 t 0o 76 Ui 240 HI
tO I 00 79 118 til 9 10
... 00 17 213 14 10
140 00 70 Hal 40 10
10 I 00 71 lit 40 t 10
Ml t IK) 71 ti W 10
aO 00 tl 25 110 :o
... OtV, to 19 10 t 12 '4
10 va 74 Hi ... t 12'i
... Ul't 43 2.,4 tO t IS
10 t 05 0 241 JJ n;
... ut t 245 0 t IS
10 0b t 2.-4 10 9 2
140 t 06 16 244 10 t 20
... t 04 14 211 40 9 20
ISO I 06
SHKKP-No sheep were received today
and the condition of trade remains the
same as It was yesterday.
For the week there has boen no material
change In supply aa compared with last
week's run, but the tone to demand has
been uncertain throughout. More or leas
strength Ceveloped at the opening and at
the close, the same as last eek. but the
trend to mid-week trade waa decidedly
sluinpy and the net loss or gain of little
consequence. Generally speaking, prices
on all classes of stock are about In the
tame notches as a week ago.
Shorn aheep and lambs have been com
ing more freely than recently and any
thing good In tlua line has met with a
much better Inquiry than the heavier
wooled grade. Choice, handywelght
lambs still In the floece are alao favorites
with buyers owing to their high dressing
averages possible on strings of this de
scription. The big end of receipt, of
course, consisted of lambe, prices on good
ahorn ranging from l8.taVf9.20. with de
alrahl shipments of wooled going at 19.40
Offerings of spring lambs thus far this
season hava been notably scarce. A few
small bunches hava been received, but the
total number too small and shipments too
scattered to afford anything like an ade
quate test of values. Choice spring lambs
would probably sell right around 112.50.
Current prices on shorn lambs are lust
about 76o leas and prices en shorn shaep
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Oldest and Largest Hons la ta Stats.
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atock: Oood to choice lambs, $9 fro-JrlO 00;
fair to good lambs, $9.00j9&0; good light
yearlings, $s.l.VuX6G, good heavy yearlings,
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to choice ewes, $7. Soy S. 00; fair to good
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MAItKITl'
Cattle and Sheep Markets lleportej
Steady Itotts Are Higher.
CHICAGO. April 23.-CATTI,l':-JlceIpts
estimated at (WO head; market ,iy;
beeves, $5.70'fl8.W; Texas steeu, $4.7f3.26;
western steers, $i OOUjb.NO; stockuis and feed
ers, $3.906 70; rows und heifers, HMtilMi
calves, $G.76''y 8v0.
iliXIS Itecelpts entimatPd at 4..VX) head;
mark. t 10c higher; IIkM. rU.V(9M; mixed.
9.I&IM9.50: heavy. $9.2tli..16; rough. $.2V9
dim; good to choice heavy. $1.iWii.5&; pigs,
$S.Mifl.H5; bulk of sa.es. $9 .4.VU 9 60.
NHKK1' Iteceipls estlnialwl at 1,000 head;
market steady; native. $4.6'u.3&; western,
$:,.00'(i8 .V; yearlings, $7.3Wi 76; lambs, na
tive, $7,701990; western, $s.00i&1010.
Kansas Cltr Live stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, April 23. CATTLK Re
ceipt 3i0 head, no southerns; market
ateady; native stoers, $G 508.30; southern
steers. $6 7j'((7.SO; southed n cows. 3.76J 2i:
native cows and heifers, $4 WVyS.OO; stockers
and feertTH. S4.?r.i 7.00; bulls, $4.76ti 60;
calves, $7.0Vl(,..&O; western steers, li.OOdJS.OO;
neslern cows, $4.20'ritl.riO.
IKKiS Keceipts l.ouft head; market IQn
hlhr; bulk. $9 1(V9 SO; hesvy, $9 J6'h9 ft.":
packers and butchers. $9.10(a9.!; light, $3.90
9 . Ml; pigs. $S.0O.60.
Stock In Sight,
wewlern markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
South Omaha M5 Z.K'7 ....
tit. Joseph va l.AoO .....
Kansaa City ) 1 UiO
tt. louis )0 l.wirt M0
Chicago 600 4.600 1.000
Totals 1.815 11,17 1.100
Milwaukee (.rata .Market.
MIIAVACKKIO. April 23 'UKAT-N'. 1
northern, $l.(N'r(l 10; No. 2 northern, $1071
l.tV,; July, 11.03V
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