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THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY-, MARCH 8, 1912.
GRAM AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bulgtt in Wheat Value Due to the
Tunidity of JCay Short. -
COO IS AFFECTED BY WHEAT
At the aaaee Timtr the Sarplae CTrm
Taltea Off the Mark DiHif
t feat Few Weeks Is Aa-
nM hr Investewe. -
OMAHA. Man T. llli
n was eieerlv riemonatrated yesterday
that tha bulges la wheat values are dus
entirety to l be timidity of the May horu
who cover nakkty on the ftret fin of
an over aoid oonaiuon. i nere r
ensueh snao In the cash trade or enougB
encouragement In tha flour demand la
support wheat on the swella Crop oam
ae reporte are very numerous, but have
received little attention so far. Should
the trade suddenly turn laetr attention
and credit thee damags reports prices
could easily work, higher.
The advance In corn was due greatly
to the buUje in wheat, at the same time
the surplus corn taken off the mark
during the last week has been firmly
absorbed by Investors who firmly be
lieve in hither levels later In the season.
Cash demand Is low for the present and
prices have declined. A revival of the
ahlpping demand and a bullish govern
ment report Friday would make tha sit
uation ooubtv at pons.
Liverpool oablea responded ta our ad
vance and wheat varies aero held steady
for awhile, but eased off later on alow
Early profit taking eased the corn
market at the mart, but all offerings
were uken readily and values soon
firmed up snd closed ironic.
Prtmarv wheat receipts wers StDOO bu.
nnd shipments were in.au bu.. against
receipts last year of Bt.it bu. and ship
ments or IiO.db nj. -Primary
corn receipts mere M.W bu.
nnd shipments were 77?.m bu.. against re
. cetpts lat year of 5CB.0U0 bu. and shlp-
IMMI n itASflS hU.
Clesranraa were Stout bu. of corn. w
bu. of oats and wheat and Hour equal
la M-flOe hu.
Liverpool eloeel r8d higher oa wheat
: and Void higher oo corn.
Tha following cash sales wero reported:
I WHEAT No. hard, I cara at trot's;
i car at fl at: No. I hard. 1 ear at II ;
No. t mixed. 1 tar at $-!; No. t
spring, 1 car at 11. W.
COHN'-No. 1 white, t car at We;
No. 4 whits. I cars at c I cars at slo:
Ne I color, i cars at eHec; No. I yellow,
1 car at ftUir; No. 4 ysllow. 1 car at OW.
1 car at CV ! car at i-. 1 car at (IV.
1 cats al mc. 3 ears at 41c: No. I mixed.
I tar at Or: No. 4 mixed. I cars at OVjo,
1 car at 41 V- cars at Cc, 1 oar at sc;
no grade. I cars at sac. I car at 17c
OATS-No. l white. 1 cars at HVjc; No
4 white. I cars at tl'ac t car at Ue, 1
car at MHc.
Ossaba Cask rrveee.
WHEAT-No. f hard. H.GL4i: No.
I hard. tl.tt'rOl MV,; No. 4 hard. WnC
CORN No. 3 while. No. 4
white. (OfD-'Jc: No. I color. 4j4Hc: N.
I yellow. HiiSjc; No. 4 vellow, 4flJr;
No. t M'rOxsc. No. 4. eVjci ao grade.
OAT8-.No. !. Hle2c: standard. I1H9
HSc: No. I white. l'4eltr: No. 4 whits,
iH(tH,c: No. t yallow. tlilici No. 4
el low. Su4Jle.
RARIiY- Msltlnf, (b-ffU.Bi No. t feed,
7MAr; heavier feed. sWiw!.
tlXB-Ne, 1, 1103c; No. t, wetle.
, Wheat. Cora. Oats
ittlcego 4 KM 114
tnnaJie 14 44 l
new. (a 4d: American mixed, old. 4s lid
new American, kiln dried, as wa. Fu
tures, strong; March. s 3SA; May. 4s 9VL
(HKIUO HHAIX AMD MOVItlO!
realarea at Ike Tradlaa aad flawing
rrlres oa Beard af Trade.
CHICAGO.' March '.-Free selling by
speculators la wheat today hammered the
market down. Knee -colored reports of tha
oundttton of the winter crop furnished a
v pretext. Closing prices wsre easy, MMc
to ,Sc under last night. The eu looms
In com as a decline of a shade to (e.
t'sia finished tsw'a.c to Sc down and hog
p.-ooucts at a amp or ion to SHO.
Wheat started higher on bullish cables,
but the strength, however, was soon at
an end. Choppy rallies followed ground
lees rumors of largo flour bualness, but
there was apparently no sustained buy
ing forue to hold tha advanced around,
ao that values again reacted. A great
deal of long wheat was sold on the
itard spots today. May fluctuated from
II ej'i to H ats, with lsl.it dealings at
ll.ws, a mt loss of ttsc.
Mtiort sellers overreached themselves In
orn and when they attempted la eover
tha market rose somewhat aa tha and of
the session approached. May ransori from
'Hv'V to iiyrWiiV. closing steady V
off at TltvATHtC. Shipping demand was
at a standstill; No. I yellow was Quoted
at a-i'WSc for carol ts.
Oats were depressed by holders unload
ing on all swells. Msy ronsed from lUee
to s.'V, with tha rloee MS41e. m tall
f ',f?Xc compared wild twenty-four
Perslatent sailing from ' Influential
eeun.es knocked the props from beneath
hng products. Tonight pork quotations
were lti;' to. 37WJOnr doen. lard oft
lii;ic and rlba at a tleciine of Ms to
The leading futures rtneed as follows'
AmHc OPenJ Hlgh.l Low. ' Cloea. Tst
MW YORK GENERAL 4RKBT
ttaatatlaaa ef the nay as Vtrissi
(eaaea edit tee.
NEW TOP If March 7. FLOUR Firm:
finrlnc rwtents. ff, feiaA: winter straights.
KSeitt: winter patents. et.UOt .; spring
clears, et.3Mp4.al; alnter extras. No. L
clears, K3Kft.6: winter extras, so. i. .
B.1J; winter extras. No. Z, naeon-ee.
Kansas stralarhts. H.?(i. . Rye flour.
quiet; fair to good, choice to
CORNMEAL-Htesdv; One white and
yellow. ll.6otjl.7. ourae, n.iOyl; kiln
RVE-Qulet: No. i Kt. c. I f., Buffalo.
BARLEY-Steady; malting. L6LM. e.
L f . Buffalo.
WHtlAT Spot market firm; No. t red.
fj.3 elevator export haata and tl 04
t o. b. afloat; No. 1. northern Duluth.
n.!i t o. b afloat. Futures market was
steady at tha start on cables, but eased
off under professional eel II tig and even
ing up for tomorrow'! government report,
closing MiHc net lower May. S.IT'tw
LOTS; closed. I1.07U: July closed fl.Ol.
Receipts, 32. tut) bushels.
CORN Spot market firm: No. 3 corn.
7S"e elevator, domestic basts to arrive
and erport 74Hc f . o. b. afloat. Futures
market was nominal. Receipts, 42.171;
OATS Spot market steady. Futures
market was nominal. Receipts, 4&,iat
bushels: shipments, SaV-bushels.
HAY Firm; prime, 1.J4. No. L tl.WO
l.: No. i. I1.1MH.; No. X 11.05.
HOPS Dull: state common to choice.
111, toetjte; MM, nominal. Pacific ooasi.
lrll. 9t4c: I19. nominal.
IIID1-M steadv; hem loci: finis. S4?7c:
seconds. Mtyic; thirds. !ljc: rejects, tic
PROVISIONS-Pork. steady; mesa, HJ.O
(fl'.Su: family. lls.AOtfl! ; short clears,
tir.iottuou. Beef, steady: mess. 111 009
130: famllv. IIVOOBlkie: beef bams, V,.i
Cut meats, steady: pickled be I Ilea,
ts to 14 pounds, mm pickle Mrs. n
Lard, easy: mlddleweet prime. tt.TitJ.;
refined firm; continent, 44: South
America. 9 : compound. M.7en.l2tt.
TALLOW Stent y ; prime city bods., ac;
sperlaL Ae: coujitry, HW4c.
BUTTER Firm: rerelpta. 4.411 tuba:
creamery specials, Ec; extras, W:
firsts, Xfizii". stste aeiry, tubs, 1 1 neat, avf
WUc; process specials, Zlc; extras, xua
JJc; ftrata. trc
CHEE8K Firm; raosipta, Tim park ages:
state whole milk, held specials, colored.
K loft Weak: recepts. lia cases; fresh
gathered extras, Kticato; firsts, 32c:
seconds, neJltiC; western gathered
POULTRY DreSKed. firm: westsrn
fowls, mytl; turkeys, Lvftac
t. Law la ties
Wheal i I j j i
JUy.ll HUH! 14s tt1W)-4
July.!rH MSI ri XV, MHS
.. ".k.::i'4; sw,: isi s;,i wa
vorn I 1 I I
RT. LOUIS. Mo., Mart T.-WH5AT
Higher: track. Ne. 1 red. H.43HO1.0; No.
I hard. ll.OJWtll.li .
CORN-lrregular: track. No. I, I7e: Ne.
OAT Firm; track. No. I wc; No. Z
white. S4c -
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT-Weak; May. ll.eJt,. July. M
L'OKJV Bteaay: nay, .rwo; jury,
OATH-Loaer: May. aZiesTac; July,
Klt'H-Flrm: red winter patents. I4.W
4KW: extra fancy and straights. UttO
4.40: hard winter dears. IJ.iotie.W,,
BRAN-Lawer; sacked, east track, fl 17
hat-nrm: iimouiy, e- oeg aw, prai
HBMP TWINB-TSo. '
I'KOVIHIONB Pork, unchanged; lob.
bins. 114.16. Lard, imohanied: prime
steam. Is.tTVitJI.atVs, Dry salt meats, un.
changed; boxed, extra shorts, tali; clear
rtoe, ia.a; anon cisara, fs-Ks- oacon,
unchansed: boxed, extra shorts, .CaS:
clear rlba .: short clears,
POULTRY Steady: ciucksns, 13Se:
springs. 14o; , turkeys, lie; ducks, lee;
Hi' ri jxit nigner, at atsruc,
EOOo-Lowar, at lie.
Flour.' bbht . 11
Wheal, bu... " 40"
ftarn. bu 47.0S) . . 174)
Oats, bu 4s.s . M,iw
kaaaaa l lty untta aad Prevlelaaa.
KANflAI CITT. March T. WHEAT
Cash, unchanged: No. $ hard. llA0IOH:
No, s, ii.oitfi.vf; no. s ran, fi.wwvt.s3;
No. 3. IVWctll).
C0RN-l n hanged to 1c higher; No, 3
mixed. 'tr; No. , W9lWi No. t
white, 4etf7U-; no. s, ric
Closing prloss of futures:
WHBAT May, II 4tttl.lts: July. Me
sJHc; Bevt ember, Sc.
COtlri stay, litrij'ioi iuiy; wajeyneao,
sellers: Hitember, rM)i4c. sellers.
OAlw-aleady: No. t white, as4J4e;
No. I mixed, iajejte.
HA Y I nohanted to He higher; choice
timothy, IM.uua.W); c notes pnUrla, tls.ne
BlTTBR-creamery. ae; flrsla, To:
seconds, ate; packing stock. He.
KUUOfcairae. svvtfjsis: nrsts. ut44yoac
Wheat bu .00s . M.s)
Cora. bu... T, tT.os)
uate, bu i.w s,w
- Minneapolis Grata Market.
M1NNKAPOU0. March l.-WHBAT
May. ll.n, Wl.m; Jub. ll.o?VtJl l"H, cash
No. 1. Il.os. No. northern, i.0i: No. I
northern, H.ng4: No. i a heat, 31.04H.
rIA HIJCY lOCTJIlS.
COKN-Na I yellow Rt'tJfiirr.
OATS-No. 3 white, 80J4uVc.
DRAN-In loo-pound aacks. fS.onttlA.4A
FLOL R First patente. I6 0lri.; second
patents, ReSfijN ; first clears, HasJJ.75.
acona Clears, BntLit;
NEW YORK jTOGX MARKET
Greater Activity and Higher Trices
- Follow Early Dullness.
UTWASD KOTE U5EXPLAETED
Oalelde t-faaactal rMatrtrt Tkerc
l adeabted Evldewew that Baal
aeae la Mead, Eepe
elally la West.
NEW YORK. March 7.-Early dullness
and irregularity followed by greater ac
tivity and a pronounced hardening of
prices which sent some of the active
issues to the highest level of the present
movement summarises today's operations
en the Stock exchanga
6o far aa could be learned none of the
day's developtnenta was directly respon
sible for this change. News respecting
the British coal strike was virtually un
changed and in fact at the outset there
was a disposition to view the general
situation with more discouragement, an
advance factor being found In the an
nouncement tratt the government at
Washington purposes to Institute fresh
proceedings giainst the standard Oil
company because of the alleged attempt
of that corporation to acquire some of
the larger Independent companies In the
The report of the Railway Steel Springs
company waa altogether poor, ah owing
earnings of less tbsn 1 per cent on the
common stock. Another batch of railroad
earnings, only a few of which were at ail
favorable, and Indications that the Inter
etate Commerce coramlasloa will soon
take - action agatnat the express com
panies, were bearish features.
As an offset to these conditions It be
came evident In the dullness of yester-
oay s morsel mat stocks were not press
ing for sale and technically at least tha
situation waa rather more favorable to
the constructive side than the other. Out
side the financial district there Is Indu
bitable evidence that business la on the
mend, especially In the west and south-
Such' significants as today's' movement
may have possessed attached In no small
measure to the continued strength of the
oopper shares. Ainalgamated Copper
crossed 74 for the flrat time In some
months and approached Its best price of
the previous year. Tha ateedv advance
of thle stork haa been one of the mysti
fying features of the market. Foreign
demand tor the metal continues apace,
but home consumers are holding back In
the hope of Soros price reoeaslen.
In tbs way of new financing, the Penn
sylvania company, which Is controlled by
the railway system of that name, an
nounced the sale of lm.000.ouu of 4 per cent
collateral trust bonds u a Pittsburgh
financial Institution and other deals of
Ilka character are under negotiation.
ine seoruary statement or the British
Board of Trade shows an Inoreasa of lia.
3M.4U) In Imports, which lust about
doubled that ef exports. The Bank of
England reported another decline In Its
proportion of reserves to liabilities from
41 to 44.a per cent. Four weeks ago when
that Instil itloa reduced Its discount to
IS par cent. Its reenves were up to al
most 41 per eent. The Bank of Franca
reported a nominal loss of gold, with the
very large decrease of t4P.uw.000 In discounts.
Ths Paris Bourse waa firm, but In
Berlin prices weakened hasiui of in.
creased tension In ths Industrial situation.
Bonas were firm and mors set I ye. Total
sales, par value, 4.1M,m. United Stales
governments were unchanged oo call.
i-iumoer or sates ana leading quotations
on stocks today were aa follows:
- 1 IllM Ulafe. 1
iimaan SDS t' ft
AaielaaaetaS Cesser ... 14 MS W, ,
Aarusliiiral ... LTe M
Beat giiaar... 1 Ma ai Ian
c. r as
AsMrtnaa CM tea nil ane
Awertasa H. 4 U ., a
Aat. lee ffxeartuee, . 4a
saMnrea uaaee lea
Am. Steal Fese4ries.
km. suaar Ran on...... ase III 111
I- t , a,ees luaj lut, )
TWaeea s'4 Sat let ual, latt
Waa lea nk
Assesses kialas Ce aisa lie; , tia it.
., I roe m raa ws
n.n.w plw , u insta iai. isa..
atlaatla oaaat Lisa...... .7s 111 mi. HI
Baliliaere A Okie t.ane 1ST, iu aiu
Wiaishesi ataal let 94 t rT
BrssSIrn liasiS Xr 4 us it, ti s,J
Caaeaias Pactita j sms bs xau. bu
Omraj Lsatkar lia IK u isu
Osalrel Uatser pl4 4.SSI an, ne; atu.
Oaatral sf New Jersey... an ITS 114 171
uaaaeele a Oala.. S.SM 14 Mk n
cits. I i
ilay 'lic.i Wl,'
Heat. 41VK1.I ' 41 VI
'lotk. I 1
Mir. in cslu;
Jul). i Y, ajt, U K
, s-pt. Hi 1 11
Hcpt. 1 l lit
:: . i I I
ar.,l7-!SI ITJty I TUi
juiy.a a-Jii a i 71
feut.l Itt Ill
tis usttA. a
S SOHl 4w
U ass' li Uh! U N
tyu Wi .
14 7Wi 11
14 44 I
M IN tt7
rw tm. a k.
1 I jl 70-14
i I 41 3 TS-7U
I lli j 4r4
I IM i UV,
Cash quotations ware as follows:
r'Lol'R eiteady: winter patents, 8Kb
a.as, aimer erraignta. K,rHe, a prills
i iioni. K7i sminf straights, Keu
I, bakers, tleatHes.
HYB-NSJ t WSc.
' BARLEY Feed or mixing. TetaMo; fair
19 r.nwe, ti.iai a
: PrF.DK-Tlraathy, 3U.00trtt.ie. Clover.
PROvmiONS-Pork. meee. new, JTiCH:
o:d. lll.l. Lard (in tlercesl, $ks5. fmort
iirnj nooaet. us.
Total cieararw-ea of wheat aad flcur
were equal to tveta) be. Primary rereJpte
-re K.U0I bu.. eompsred with aM.4u bu.
in- rorreepuoairui day a year ago.
. Fstlmated reeetpta for tomorrow
' heat. 4 cars: corn, S care; oats, 47
are; noes. 4MUS htnafl t
t hlcago Cash Price-Wheat. No. 3 red.
. n 1 . .-j reo, mccsi.si: a ;
' IJru. sLSS.4sVi: No. I bard, iareari urn
No. 1 rorU.am. IHsviLU. No. 3 northern!
fl.4HI.ll; Ne 3 northern, eLiMart.es; No.
- ipnoc ai.aeeri.si: mo. i spring, BVw
;1.; No, 4 sprUig. fOrtlK; velvet cheXf
aycun (S. durum, rl.aa. Corn, Na. 3.
..'-j ,i..-: - o wnite, a. lrrJV; yie.
yiHw, siMWt; e. 4, Mole: No. 4
wiittsk Sai6Se: So.. 4 yellow.
rate. No. i erhite, WjtJOe; Na 'I white,
7c"-.oi.r; No. 4. MSc; No. 4 wtdta 4bf
'TV: standard. eetTasV!. Rye. No. 1, w
li. !'. ewtl.la, Reed, timothy. SU.ua
3Se Cljver. 3140fBll.
BI-TTErWFtxta; creamertes, JTaWe:
r.'ir -irm. receipts. Tin essaae; at
r.eirti. .-sees included, 1Htla; ordinary
i.r fl-ata. lifnic.
CHK;,-F!rm; dalstee, 17Hria,: twtn.
?n.4ti:v: vouag Aavertcas, y.llc; long
i on., irej 'ite.
PoTATOKS-Steady; receipts, Tl care-ivan-oaain.
1 'J4L.U: Michigan and Mla
r.,s. ti irLi.
Hji'I.TltY-liaster: turkeys. 11 e. Me;
ed tsijc: ehtckeas, (lee, liVjc;
-. IV; sprmga. Il-e, lHc; dreeaed.
V LAL-ittesdy. TfJIle.
KB ll'a III, llu
m a.t, ui, uC
las 1114 Iwli iu
leaa wy. muj im
BM MS Vj utb
L'isi ieai i ln
IT 174 S
MB ,11 "t 11 III,
m u 4 a
Mass M II am
ISM H mu, M44
Lata 4414 it at
1.MS IM4 lou. It3
l.ias iv ui'a nl
' Philadelphia Proataoe Market.
PHILADELrHIA. alarch T. BUTTER
r KH ateadV : fair demand; Pennsyl
vania and other nearby firsts, free caaee.
34.40 per case: current receipts, free eases,
Ma) per case; western firsts, free cases,
lt. per case; current receipts, free cases,
t6.a per case.
CH EkTFK Hhaae laarner; New lora, run
creams, fancy, 1141140; fay. 19 good.
179 Uc. 1
Mllwaakew Urala Market,
MILWAt-KRB. Wla. March T. WHEAT
-No. 1 notlliem. II.UV1.UH: No. t
northern, l osiyh l ieu; No. 3 hard winter.
l.ajrl.t: May. ll.trMa; Julv, Kic.
coitN No. yellow. no. 1 wnita.
44Hc: No. 1. H0ac; sy. ''lUc: July,
OATH -ettantlarfl. c,e.
BARLKYr-Maltlng. lt.W1.J0. .
Olsaae A Anas
alaaoa t. w., saw.,.,.
Ctriesae o. W. sf4
Clitaaae N. W
Ctlceas. M. Bt p...
t. . a at. u
P. a t
aierwte 4 Beeiaem....
Dsleeare A Kalase
OaeYar A Rie Unuee...
o. a r u. eta
maulers' secant laa ...
ame lat pT4
arts aa af4
uveal Hanbars sfa
Orsat Nenhen, Ore stfS.
nileeta Can lr 1 1 la ill '4 IIM, itr
atsraareasb Met. I.SM l. 11V IB
later, lie. p4 1.104 4i H H'4
iswwinia narraaur.. awe in leasi lie
ia,ar.anae ere .......
latwaeUeeel sar ...
Kaaws CUr seataara...
K C. Bs. ia...,....
laaienlle m Naasvllle.
Mine A Br Leale.....
M . at r. A s. a. M.
lltBMl K. A T
at. K. T. HI
N. B. H. ef M M BM
Has Tark Omral
I.tverpawl Crala Maeket. ,
MVERPOOU March t WHEAT-Spat
t iro; N. 3 Manitoba, a. ad; fteares
Mees; March la liSd; May, 'tm 4T4
! cca-S,! e.jt; Ameneaa nixea,
PEORIA. IU.. March T.-CORN-8teedy :
No. white, eTVsc: No. 3 yellow, tttpaic:
No. 4 yellow, C44c; No. I mixed, ate:
No. 4 mixed. tHa.-; sample. toHc.
uaTb l ivrhanged: standanL iSHc: Na
I whits. tClac-
- Metal Market.
NEW YORK. March 'T METAL
Standard copper, uuteu spot, HaJ0J
14.I7H: March. April May. June and July.
tll14.M. London market, steady: spot.
EM. lis: futures fe aa. Arrlvala reported
at New York today. 1.14 tone. Custom
house returns show exports of MM tons
so far this month. Lake copper, tlltott
H7S; electrolytic, S4B014.(3H; casting
tU-'TMtlAlt- Tin, weak; spot and
Maroh. Kiiottaua: April. KZllx.4H3.aB;
May. KLeaHl.es: June. eU4trlL; July.
e Tit41.Q. London market, eteady; spot.
1U3 as: futures, t la. Loral sales, teren
ty-4Tro tons Msreh. at K3.tm: fifteen
tone March . at rC42H: frve tone May
at St IK: ninety tone apot. tO.0: eeventy.
tree tons March, ttzea. leea. quiet; 4 B
441. New York; 41 East H.
Loula London, tie ua aa. Hpetter, eunay,
t.aty7tu. New York: ls.ret.ai East rU.
Louls. London. L34 tea. Amimony, quiet
Cooksona. 17.3a. Iron. Cleveland aw
rants, Ms so In Lotadnn. Locally Iron
waa nnaettled: No. 1 towndry northern.
CarieWA.: No. 3. n4.3tlA: No.
southern aad No. 1 aouLhem soft, 11 ITS
frr Csaaa Maeket.
NEW YOUR, March t DRY OOODel-
The cotton goods primary mar eta 1
strong. Brown sbeetlngB nave bee ad
vanced fee a yard and several Hnea
branded bleached enttona are at value
aaain. Jobbers report a fair trade In all
departments, races are being bom freely.
NET YORK. kUrek T. 81 OAR Raw.
quiet: muscevaoa. aa test. 4.41c: eentrt-
tugal. is test. 4 eic; moisaaas, test, 374c.
"J T , O A W ..
Hen a Amancaa
rii S,t Car
Pvursea rake tee....
kallaar aasal Barlas....
RseabIM Blaal sis.
Ke lUJM CS..
erk UtaeS ta. af4 ....
a u 4 1 r a sol..
St. Umla I W
u a w ass
Stae-Sfcsmela i. A f...
. as) a nil geu
si s a( asu.
las la.. m law
144 W4 U4 W
Ma UiVa 1st 1144
tea n 17 rt
y iih 4144 sin
l.aw ' 4
aas 1 in 1.7
asa lit 111 u
as , i rH
(.are 1114 1114 lini
r f- e, jee. ie
sss :i, mt ih
.... ens H 114 I
asss iisv !'. !
tea 1:1, . I:
ke IS IStt tu
c. i ..... iv i a
47.i. IU4 IM4 14414
Tea l lat
rx-reased C.sa; note reserve, de
creased LS1.4uIl Government eecurltlea,
unchanged. The proportion af the bank's
reserve to liability thle week Is 44.X per
cent; last week it waa 4&.S7 per cent. .
laeav Vwrk MeMaey Me.rt.st.
NEW YORK, March 7. MONEY On
call, steady. JSa per cent; ruling
rate. ?V hut loan. Pi: doatng bid.
o'Vred at fH. Ttrae loans, firm: sixty
days, 3 per cent; ninety daya. Vii six
PRIME MERCAfTTILE PAPEIt-4 to
tV per cent.
TKRL1NI4 EXCHANOB-Steady. with
actual buab-eas in banker's Mils st H V.34
for sixty day bills and at V7.S4 fur de
tnand. .'ommerctal bills. It-st.
SILVER-Bar. il. Mexican doiara,
BONDS-GovernmenL steady; railroad.
C to slug quotations on bonds today ware
. a. rat. la, rsg..-MSlater. M. U. 4SS.... 44
4s eaaaae lr.j.eu 4a Siw
(Ik. leg Ma ea 4Se M4
esuaae la'K. U. aa. 1st ... u
D. A ea. tag llsHL - sak. aa tail.. :.
ceesoa uisl A N. aat. a (
AHUeCkaL tat Is... -". a. A T. U 4 at
sr. As- sa ej ee se. eva aw
T. A T ev. 4a..lH 14e raiUle . Kt.
Am. TMaece 4. SN. IU e M. 4aa 41V
4s 4a !!.(. T. C. a IS-.- r.
Arawer A Ce 4Ha-. n as sea 4 k
Alraiaes sea 4a M!. T N. H. A bL
aa ev. a ivs ea. t in
aa as. 4a. 1M'4N. 4 it. la a 4a.. MV,
CUlst 4a..... ass ea cv. aa. leva,
al A oala ea. asx,. Puirk 4. 1st,
sa l4a ll'a U 1a
Sa I W. 1Kb.... Il40 A L. rfea 4.... ii
Break. Tr. av. aa.... SIHraaa ay. Its lit!.. K
Oa, at Oa. ie. ! es eve. ea. W3
Cea-Lsaiaar as NIBeaamg gaa. 11
a N. J. B 4a. .1:1 a. t. A a F. ta ta aila
Ckae. A Okie 41e...ut4 ae gaa. 4a. Hit
sa rat aa. kiVsg,. L 4 f. a., an
Chine A A. Isa.. Se tat gel4 4s f
c. a- a vi- 1. af.... vs,.a u e. at.
ee sa. a ese. rse. cel. ta su
c X. 4 I P. 4 H ea sr. ta M
C R. I. A r. a 4a It ee 1st ret. Mu
4. rta. 4a aaHBa Halrsar as. 14
Oats. las. la. , 7MI ee aaa. 4a..,r MS
Cola. MI4. 4a. ka Calaa PasUie lm
A s r a a tie ana ea ev. ta l:
A H. is. 4a. Hi, (l 1st a ra(. 4a... 414
O A R. O. . aoSU. S. Reeaer as... ..let
Is rer. aa. aawu. a Basel rs IS....IS1
stMetluara' la IstsVe.-cer. Case. 4a..ea
T.,m a L n wdak us la m
as gaa. a 1st a ex. k... K
ee a, ear. A.. 47 Wsstars M4. 4a wi
ee asrlsa B...U-. flliaset. Clse ca. is.. 44
oea aiea. sr. sa....ise wis. v Mir.i m.
III. Caa. tat rat. a., si Me. pc cv. 4a.
later. Met. SMtraaaaaa Is
C. M. St. P.
In loo Pact flu .
O. A N. W ei
Leaden Maek Mairket.
LONDON. March T.-Amerlcaa securi
ties opened quiet, with prices althln a
small fraction of parity today. Trading
was light during the forenoon and stocks
declined under the leadership of Vnlon
Pacific and Southern Pacific. At noon
the market waa dull and values ranged
from unchanged to S loner than yester
day s New York closing. -
London closing stock quotations:
leesla. weesy ..!! n-lalealssma A Naek..1U
Se aceeeat 74 Me . Kaa. A Tea., tit
Anal Cesser IStthee Tark Ceetrel..ll4
Aeaseoea 1H.Nerlatk A Wasura.lllk
Afklaae IS74 ae eat II
ee at lMUOaurle A WaMara. 17 u.
ajanlaeea A Okta. ismraaaarliaals a
CaaaSlaa rasttle ..tMtsHaeS Hlaas "4
rasl A oala. lRealae 14
7bl. tireat Wastere. liSetasrs Rr rtt,
l-kl , Mil. A BU p.lia., ee f4 71
Mea Itsaeataera ParHM ..Ilea
Uaiw A Rie O ... TTSlaiae Paetlla ,...1
w4 as era sai
41;. g. msal a
44 sa s4 UlS
44 Waaaak Iu.
344 es r4 w 114
eteady at 3IH Per
C. A N. W.. arest.. JJ
C, BL P. M. O.. 11
B. A Cj. east.. 3
C, B. ft i . west.. M
C. K. I. A P., east ..
C. R. 1. A P., west 3
Illinois Central 3
C. O. W t
receipta..i: tsu -
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co Ill 1774 :.M4
Hwin ana Company.,.. ien ,;zz
lat pra. ......
llllasla Oatral ..
Cudahy Packing Co..
W. B. Varmint Co....
F. B. Lewis ............
J. B. Root t Ce
J. H. Bulla ,
McCreary A Kellogg..
H. F. Hamilton
Mo. A Kan Calf Co....
X-llne At Christie
YWJJ'i per cent. 1
The rats of discount In ths 'open mar
ket tor short bills la 3H Per eent; for
thtee months' Mlla. I 7-i4jH per cent
New York Mlalas Hooks.
NEW YORK. March T.-Closlng quota
tions on mining stocks were:
Altes xe uule CAM I
sBraasekk Cee. ... IS Msitaaa Ill
Caw. Tunnel stack.. 11 Oatarle IS
se baaea 14 olr li.
raw. (l, A Vs IS stasaesl , t
1 lilrw It Yellse Jacket 41
aLs4.llla Caa, .... 14 , a,
OMAHA. March 7 -Bank elearlnxa for
louay wsre 4a.eaa.ew.aa and for the corre-
spvndlng day last year, w. rta, eu.es. .
OMARA CENEEAI, MARKET. -
Texee A Partnr Ma
T.. St. U AW
LAW. aej..u aav
fataa rVtrk sans
l-ales rrt ft a4
t'aiual (uise aan
relt4 staiee Haaw.... IM
ranee Sum atsat m ass
r. a BMel set l.aM
risk Cseear . 4.M
Ve-Carailaa CAewlcal ..
Wehssa rti ' as
Wsmsra ararylaial 9m
W tiasaaeas Krfaetria .. las
Wser l'aa 1.4
Whaallnt A U
rre, tr. n
isii hna ier4
Tsui ealae lar Ike Say.
tl is. 1K4
S14 ITS ' 4
Til f-l Til
Bit. 41 M
.... .aa . t
law Me WS 1S
W X US 4
.aei m it tits
US MC MS tW
Baslaei Maeat Market.
BOSTON. March T. -Ckoainal quotations
en stocks were aa r-'iews:
aaa t4Maaek ...
Awal. Caesar n On
a k a B Bw.VhMaelas Mlaas .... Tt4
Arteeas Caaa 7-l4rwta (Mt r.
a A C C A A M. 7-Nrtk lek
Tat. A ArHn .... CyW nnailasw
C1 A Had. SK .laiasle 11
Cvalaaela IB Qlarr na
" Ruaaa C. a. Sh.s.ia 124
East Belle C M UUrle Bt
feealts lK,.,HO A B. M.... !
Otraea Caa. 4tTaaMnu : M
Qraaar C !!.(;, a A R. A M. 44
Of Csaaa .... e- pr4 e)
lata tuysie Cr.. atNr,a rsa. eu
Kara Use nat'tah Ceaear O. n
Ke Chseer wtea t.
La Ball Ce.'.... 4t,wlearlae ... in
UUuat Cesser M
' BUTTER No. L 1-lb. earUms, lie; NO.
t, Iu H-IU tuba, lie; No. 3. packing.
CHKK8E Imported awlss. Sic; Ameri
can Kwlae. (ao: mock Swiss, :lc; twins,
31c; dalsiae. ate; triplets, 21c; young
Amerioana, 3e: Mua label brick, 33c; Urn
berger, Mb., 30c; I-lk., He.
POULTRY-BroUers, 4.wSe4 per dot.;
sprlruta 14c; bene, lee: cocks, lec: ducks,
lev; geese, lac; turkeys. 2k-: pigeons,
per do . l.m, Alive, broilers, ll1,:. hens,
lie; old roustsrs and stage, ic; old
ducks, full feathered. Uc; gecxe, full feath
ered. Nv: turkey. Ite: guinea fowla Ho
each; pigeons, per doe., sue; homers, per
dot.. ilM; squabs. No, l. .Li; No, 1
FISH (freah froaenl-PlcksrsI, To; whltsj
Mr; pike, 7c: trout, lltfltc; largs crapplasT I
131 lie; Dps rush macasrei, Jc; set, lac;
haddocks, Ik?; floundere, 13c: green cat
fish, lac; roe shsd. 31 earh; shsd roe, per
pair, Wc; salmon, ir; luutnut, ic; yel
low perch, ec: buffalo. Ic; bullheads, lie.
BBr'F CUT PRICES-Klbs. No. L lie;
No. t Uc; No. . i:c. Loins, No. L
UHc; No. 3. 1t'c; No. . 14c. Churka No.
L Ic; No. 3. TV; No. 3. IHc. TVound. No.
1. MHc: No. i. MV; No. A Hc Plates
Na I. 4c: No. 1 flic: No. I. c.
FRUITS Apples: Extra fancy Ban
Pavla, per bbl.. 43. w; Jonathan, per bbl..
14 M; fancy Wineaapt, per bbl., -H 50:
fanor' Missouri Pippins, per bbl U.74.
fancy Oanoa per but. Mat: Idaho
Jonathans, extra fancy, pee, hex. U 0;
Washington epittenberg, per box, lit):
Washington R. Beauty, per box, :.3;
Washington ntymsn W'lnesaps. per box.
ptm Bananas: Fancy select, per bunch.
4THr:8. Jumbo, per bunch. Cltl.T.
Cranberries: Wisconsin fancy, per bbl..
Ho.TJ; per box. 117. tNMea: Anch-ir
brand, new. M l ib. pkss. In boxes, per
Vx. k!.2l: Dromedary brand, new. 34
Mb. pkg. in boxsa, per box, 13.04.
w-i.-s: California, per case of 13 No.
It pkgs.. aVc: per case of M No. 11
pkga, IXM, pur tse 01 41) No. I pare.
42.01, bulk, in 3a-lb. and M-lb. boxes,
per lb.. Mo; New Turkish, a-crown la
jielb. boxes, per lb . 14c; fcrewn In
pvib. boxes, per lb... lac; 7-crawa In
M-lb. boxes. Par lb.. I.e. Grape trull;
Florida, ei -!, per crala ei.M; 44 else,
per crate. IKtW: sa-4-4 slses. per crata.
a. M urapva: Malaga grapes In bbta.
&.4ft4.9e. Lemons: Llmoeeira belectea
btend. extra taricy, aaew sises, per oox.
M 4: Lorn uinonetra. fancy. o-as slxea.
per box. 40.: ana se sises, auo per
box leas, orarucee: California Cameila
brand., navela extra Uncy, es-M-ue-r,.
0-2:4. X4 slxea. per bes. US; extra
choice, all slsse, per box c;. Ele
ohant brand. lM-lT7-aavt4-a) alsea
per box, e.aa i.auoaae:. n laconsin, per
ih xe. carrots: per 10.. nr. Celery:
California Juatbu, per dox., 11.44: Florida:
u the rougn. e ana s ens, per case.
I. MV Cucumbera: Hut house, per doa.,
tt Egg pUm: Fancy FlorMa. per doa..
Cel. Garlic: Extra fancy, white, pet la..
1. Lettueer r'.JUs fancy leaf, per doe..
u.- Oaionat ' California, white bntUruc
per la., ? Wisconsin, yeitow uiobe. per
lb., ac. rteo ,iooe. i- ie.. er; rpan an
per crate. K.es. Parsley. Fancy south
ern. per doe. tnnchea SoffTse. Parsnips:
Per lb., ,c. potatoes: Minnesota Early
Ohio, per bo. II. is. Wisconsin white
stock, per be.. P.3S. ' Rota bar aa:
sarka per IU. IHc. Tomatoes: Florida,
per e-bakt. crate. M: Cuban, per 4-bekt
carrier. Hit Turnips: Per lb.,
nna oar lo.. USe: In aarit lot. Ic leas.
Peanuts: Roasted, in each lots, per lb,
7Hc; roasteaL-leas than eack lota per lb..
V: raw. per lb., so. Pecmns: Laraa per
Ih.. lie: In sack tots, ic less walnuts:
New crop. ll. California per lb.. TTc:
In sack lota Ic leea cider: New Ne
bawka. per la-aal. U-bMe. : per SB
sat bbl.. tS.: New York Mott. per It
sal. Vbbt.. UK: Per at-gal. bbL. sals)
ttonev: New. 34 frames, at fa. Xmnt
Per VHraL ke. .: per 4-L keg. ti n
. weak mt EsurlasiO Stateeat.
LONDON, March 7 The weakly state,
ment af the Bank of Rnglaad showa the
following ehangee: Total raeervw, de-
ereeaed Cl.aa.4S: rercaletlon. I sail!
CM4.4UI: buUien. deereeaed MJa7: ether
sscuntlea. tncreas4 Ll.ll7.e: ether de
poalts, locraaaed C.rt,W. public deposit
NEW . YORK. March T.-COTTO
Soot closed quart. JB points higher
rrdddrlnar nplamt. Waac; middling gult
Mto: sales. Vm he'ea
Cottea futnrre closed steady. Cloeing
bae:- Marco. r: apni. le.tec: Mar
10 Oct June, mac: July, Male: August
letBc: fleptetnbar. NOc: October, iftajs,
November. lBTlcr Decern her. rlc: Jan
uary. 14.71c: February. lATSo.
O as eke Mar Market.
OMAHA. March l-HAT-No. t, IM.4w:
No. t HAM: eoaree. Ill 4B; packing stock.
ra.4: alfalfa, Ctaa 8traw; Wheat.
eVaS, rjs aaa oane, ay.iavasa
OMAHA LITE STOCK MARKET
Ctttlc Fnlly Steady and in Spots
HOGS SHADY TO TE5 LOWES
keep anal Lax be 1st Cee.
. at Prices taaastaaj frasa Tew
Ceata 4a TwentF-Flve
Cents Hlcker. '
SOLTliOMAHA. SI arch T. 111
Receipts were: Cattle. Hugs. Sheep-
Official Monday ie
Official TueeJar i.171 IS.SBt
Official Wednesday . 4.?4 3 Ml
Estimate Thursday ... J..US
1 Jit ... 1 a si B4 us 4 a
41 m ... 4 24 at IU ..- 4 3i
M M4 44 4 a S 271 MS 4
H ... 4 a a...,. ..st ... 4 s
U...... M IS 47 M 11
44 BS 44 4 K 4a US 4 a
n 114 ... 4 a 4 at ... 4 a
a 14 ... 4 a 1 ai a a
a set ... s at 21 ... aaa
74. 71 ... : a at 144 4 ta
4T 114 ... 4 a 41 set ... 4
H .121 ... 4 W , 41 Mt ... 4
41 Mi ... 4 a 34 ... 4 44
74 Ill ... 4 I Tl Mi ... 4 t
71 714 ... 4 a a tta ... 4
IS. 23 ... 4 m 71 ta 4 44
i.......na ... 4 m a :2 ... 4 a
14 2U ... 4 IS C.....27. 44 4 li
n H ... 4 1 M SSI ... 4 a
74 S7 It I SS 44 2t ... 4 M
44 it ... 4 S3 ,44 Ml ... 4 44
41 St ... tii U 34 2B 49
it. I4 MIS.
Four dsvs this week.HVlM 42 SH
Same daya last week..1a. M.SI4
carat days 3 w ka ago. IS. J 11.741
same days I w ke ago.ivi
name daya 4 w'ks aso.la.4a i.wl
Same day last year.Jl.ii; 48. Hal
The folioeiror table shoae we receipts
of cattle, boas aad sheep at south
Omaha for the year to data, as compared
sua last year: -
u. iu. inc.
Cattle .A le 1S.M
ttOJta Irl.114 421. e
Sheep .374. U! 33.1s ssp'.l
The followlna table abowa ri range of
prices paid for bugs at south. Omaha (or
the last few daya with com Panama
Date. I Ul'. ilU. 1 181. lkS. I IMalWJJI.
ch 1. 1 14!: 2 I 4S; ,4 ij 4 ei
ch 3.14 4. I 7 J4 414, SOS -l 4 411 4
Ch. J., a I 4 ;s; I 40, 4 11 4 , I 4 U
ch 4. SX kt I ii I j 4 ' I 73!
ch 1. 1 tF I I 4i I 141 4 !Ji 471 M
I 4 X7.i s aa
to 4 m 74; 1
Iteceltit, and disnosltion of live stock
at the Lnlon stock yards for the twenty
four hours sBdlne: at 3 p. m. yesterday:
' Cattle. Hoga.. Sheep. 11 fa.
riHEEP-prices f'lr a beep and lambs
were ell marked higher atvaln today, but
packers seemed willing; enough to spend
their money and the trade throughout
had plenty of life. Advances on all
kinds of fat stock were large, ranging
from a dime to a quarter, but fat lamb
usually moved more readily than sheep
at figures that showed the most Im
provement. It aas a fast, snappy ses
sion In every respect and clearance of
a good-stxed supply was made with very
little selling effort. '
The run was estimated at over S 008
bead, mostly fed ewes and fed lambs of
western origin. Bulk of offerings ar-
jjj Irived In the fleece, but some shorn stuff
shipments were indue, d in the fresh
receipts. There were no Mexican blubs
on sale early and only a few. scattered
strings of fat wethers, fat yearlings or
Toppy fed e-trrn lambs reached the
even money, 37 00. while Jn between
classes sold at the middle and low
spreads of a 31.2 range In values Shorn
lambs, witii dressing promise changed
hands at le.jos, and attractive shorn
wethers landed at ll.js. Choice wooled
ewes brought aa much as tatK) and extra
good handy yearling sheep were wauled
around .&jtie.oe. - ,
Outing the week the main feature 01
he trade has been a sharply higher
trend tm prices, due to sn urgent, ex.
pending demand fur product In the east,
let lambs are closing around tu cents
higher, while sheep show net sdYancfs of
fully 71 cents over last week's close.
Feeder business baa been light and nomi
nal, three daya' buy amounting to leaa
than 3.0M head.
Quotations on sheep and lambs. Lambs,
good to choice, T. Mi'.tW; lambs, fair to
good. 35.Sj&.(i: yearlings, good to choice.
ta.ka4J4j.ti); yearlings, fan :o. good. aVSt)
aw; wethers, .good to choice. fc.t)0ttt.a;
wethers, fair to good. Hitja.0: ewes,
good' to choice, K4wa.(IO; ewes, fair to
good. Kami ti.
ro fed ewes SI
334 fed ewee ....; ,,.. 17
4 fed ewes 1S
123 fed ewes 1. 117
134 44 fed ewes tt
3.31 M fed yearlings and wethers 71
3.314 i fed ewes ..la
Totals 1141 33.3M 4X4
CATTLE Cattle receipts were fslr for
a Thursday, making the total this week
la,1H hand. Wall, as noted yesterday, the
reoetpte this week are slightly larger
than leal week a very small run. they
are nevertheless smaller than the average
tor a good many weeks back, and for toe
four daya are MM head smaller than for
the corresponding period a year ago. me
market aa a whole was In very fair con
Packers all seemed to want a few anai
llensl beef steera. and as A rule were
out In the yards la good season ta tha
morning. While tne iraoe waa net par
ticularly aotlvs such cattle as they
wanted commanded good steady to strong
nrlcea On the other hand there waa
some com plaint on the part of holders of
even pretty secant, cat lie tnat on av.
rem to 1:00 savor in ourer ere,
rtowe and hfera were aenerally In
good demand, and they commanded fully
steady price with salesmen in niaiu
eaeee quoting thtm steady to A llll's
Titers were only a few loads of otock
crs and feed era in sight and they sold In
about the sams notches as yesterday.
Quotations on cattle: uooa to cnotco
keef etre S 7M1 Mi: fair to SOod beef
steers, Mr 'aw. 74. common to fair beef
teere. k.Us X: eood to choice heifers.
E.3Hre-: food lo choice cows. 44.7it.u:
ratr 10 goou cows, s.ny.w.vm."wi.
fair cows. K.7r4.ot; good lo choice Block
ers and faedera. 14 fcj : fair to good
Ankara .nil feeriere. II TMli al): Common
10 fair Blockers and teeaers, ai awu..
stock heifers. IJ sttt4 74; veal calves. H.w
4l ou; bulls, ataga etc.. H
a Av. rt. k. .
II.....', Ill I U
ta I a
II IU4 4 a
1 474 4 14
1 471 4
B an IX
4 1444 4 M
a 714 4 a
a 1414 4 44
!.... 1 "a 4 a
...1011 4 a
... Ml 144
.... 114 I i
....ists 4 a
24 an 4 74
ii,M 1111 1 14
1 lew i
...,uii s i
.,..1113 4 t
....iiu 1 m
,...iim t a
....ISM t li
..i:s4 1 a
...,itu 1 44
....1:1a t a
....! 1 a
....im 1 a
4 14 t
1 414 t a
s.-... tare 4 a
lr 14U 4 a
1 its 4 a
1 14 4 "
I M IB
1 41 4 at
I 144 4 74
It!.- UK4 4 74
I tea 4 ti
I. 444 44
t un m
is i :
a... lit 4 a a
t 114 1 a a ,
u ; 4 4 .-..
t 444 4 TS B....1.
a. aa 4 44 4......
a. ao 4 4a 14
I it! 4 ra a.
jj....- tn 19 4
A...... 422 4ti . I
M TN II J
je MS I li 1
. . 474 4 ti I
.ISS I 14 1..
. 4U 4 II
.M44 ( a
.nrs 4 a
.127 4 U
.174 I t
.114 I 44
It 117 4 44
II IIM 4 M
SI U III
14 .' 114 I 74
4 MM 4 74
II fed Ism ha
144 fed lambs
0 fed lambs
24 fed lambs
s fed lambs
41 fed lambs
311 fed lambs
41 fed letups
- g 7a
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET
Deaaaad ' far ' Cattle Steady Hogs
Lower iHkeep ttrwns.
CHICAtlO. March ". CATTLE Ite
cetpts, ;.W head; market steady; beeves,
45 414. SB: Texas stteera, It.itM Oh: west
ern steers. ti.lotV7.IO; stockers and feed
ers. M.IOtat.li: rows and hslfers, 13.30
4. To: calves, 4.00j4 60.
H OOS Receipt. K.0W head; market IS
10c off: light, l4.2otr4.47V4; mixed. 14
I.W; heavy. PS.2otM.4a: rough, .2r.Jj;
nut. It aftini.'ia: bulk of sales. le.l&iM.ia.
8HEEP AND LAMBS-Reoalpta, 1S.0X)
head; market strong: natives, 3.iiaJro.s,
westsma 4.iXS6.in: yearlings. li.lotrt.Oi);
native lambs, Is.00t77.la; western lambs,
St. I.eals Live Bteck Market,
BT. Lotrl.l, March I. CATTLE Re
ceipts, ten) head. Including Texanai
market steady: native shipping and ex
port steere. I7.amw.a0: dressed beef and
butcher eteera. ..; steers under
1 404 pounds. t8.2Mit.7i; stock ere aad feed
ers. tM.ts); rows end heifers, t;.7jJ
1.00, canner. I2.0iej4.0ll; bulls. ta.H4jo.aO;
ralvre, t0.uu(f01); Texas and Indian steers,
3o 0047.00; cows and heifers, W.OUtiiOO.
HOGS Recslpta 1ft. 400 head: market 10c
tower; pi re and lights, tiu0tj.5; mixed
and butchers, 4.0t).; good heavy, K.o
SHBKP AND LAMFtP Receipts. 2.W10
head; market strong: native muttons, 14 W
tnVS: lambs, 40tj7.:, culls and bucks,
tZ.2oaa.2e; Blockers, K.OOtfJ.00.
Kaaaaa Clip Live Hack Market.
KANSAS CITT, March 7. CATTLE
Reoeipta a.OUl head. Including 400 south
erns; market steady to 10c lower; dressed,
beef and export steere, ttWtag.21; fair
to good. l5.S4i4i.ia; western eteera IS.Sn
7.1; stockers and feeders, !4.j0w.M;
southern ateele, 5.SOtj.75: southern cows,
.4jeS..; native cows, 33.0000.;; native
hdfrrs. t.i087.; bului, 3i7i6.i0; calve.
HOUS Rerelpta. lT.oou neaa: mantet
M to lie lower: bulk of sales. 54
neavv. pweare.; pacarra an Ducuicr.
t.j.ii. lights. VJ0tr4.4. pi (a, $L
tt. Jwaepk Live Stack Market.
ST JOSEPH. March 7. CATTLE Ke-
cetpts. UU head: market Blow: ateere,
ta.O0B1i.4t'' cows and heifers, ILiPiN.it):
HOUS Kaceipts. rs.rw neaa: mantet
slow, lower; topeUe; bulk X aalee, lb.
SHEEP AND LA M BS Receipts, t.fta)
head; market steady to strong; lambs,
xtacx aa azarai.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
South Omaha J.T00 21.0W am
SL Joaeph 3.300 11.000 ' 4.00U
Kansas City .e u.ow ikoro
St. Louia 3.w 16.OJ0 , 3.n
Chicago 7,u 3&Xs) 11.000
Total receipts ....33.30 107,001 47,800
Evapwratrd Apples aael Dried frwlte
NEW YORK. March 7. EVAPOR
ATED APPLBS Barely eteady. but
there la a little better demand; on the
spot, choice, MatilOV; choice, tV6c;
iikiku r ku 11 w rrunes, itnaciive. out
prior a are steady, owing to small stocks;
quotations range from, 4S413c for Cali
fornlaa up to 30-tua. and SSOc for
Oregona. Apricots, steady with a small
Vokbing trade, choice. 14lM4c; extra
choice. lStrK'Ac: fancy. lt17lc.
Peachoi Inactive on the spot, but prices
ana ateedv In sympathy with the Coast:
.cboloe. 10i9l(uc; extra choice. 114)ll!ic:
fancy. IIWOUC ttainna auii. narety
steady: loose muscatels, 342440: thoioa
to fancy seeded. IMjTVtc: eeedless. i
Jltc; LoVidoa layers, tl.40tjl.4i
Oils aad Keel a .
SAVANNAH. March' 7.-TURPENTIXB
48c: sales, bi bbla.; receipts. It bbls.;
shipments, 307 bbla: stock. 35,041 bbla
ROc IN Firm: sales. 341 bbla.; receipts,
408 bbls.; ahtpmenta, 370 bbla.; stock.
41 bbla Quote: B. I.7H: l, t: E,
P5.7S: F. O. H. MT7A: L K.S3H: K. r..m;
M. 17.35; N. I7.M: W. G, S.t); W. W..
ST. IGV1S. March 7. WOOL Steady :
territory and western mediums. lstUcl
One mediums. letyHo; fine, loajlic
FILINGS WILL BEGIN AT -
WHITE RIVER APRIL 15
GRBGORT. 8. D., March 7.-8rjexJlal
Flllngs tor Iwmestead lands In Mellette
and Bennett CDtsntKB will be received at
White river, commencing April U. This
Information waa received in Gregory this
morning by a telegram from Judge Wit
tan. It la probable that the department
will conduct the filing by tha aatoe
methods as used In Tripp county. On
April 11 a certain number of tha luoklet
will be called and the work continued
each day until 4.001 names have been
accounted fur, and then tha work will
again be taken up In tha fall ana the re
maining list of 4,008 namaa ootnpleted.
In a short time the government 1H
notify each successful drawer tha day
and time when his number will be Balled.
MRS. VERMILYA RELEASED
AND AGAIN ARRESTED
CHICAGO, VI arch 7.-The charge of
murdering policeman Arthur Bisaonstto
by giving him poison, on which Mrs.
Louise Vermilya baa been held tn cus
tody in the county Jail, was dismissed,
today when the case waa called before
Judge Kersten. The woman waa at
one arrested on a warrant charging hep
erlth hevlna? murdered Richard T. Bhalth.
a railroad employe, who died March U,
The authorities have Investigated a
number of deaths of those related to of
associated with Mrs. Vermilya, and the
prosecutor said the change wag mads to I
give the state the strongest case - for
trial. The hearing waa continued till
A Bloody Affair
Is lung hemorrhage. Stop It, and cuia
weak lungs, coughs and colds, with Or,
Kl Tier's New Discovery. OOo and H.00,
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
The key to success in Business is tha
judicious and persistent use of newipaper
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HOGS-Anotber heavy supply- of hogs
had the same effect upon txtcee tnat re
sulted from yesterday's receipts, but
smalt declines weer about the only bear
ish points of the general situation. Open
ing values ruled a dime lower end were
promptly followed by come recovery due
tm an active, broad pecking demand. Bulk
sold about a nickel off and In snots th i
main market appeam to ne nearly
steady to a nickel lower. Very UKhl
mixed stuff usually met with the poorest
riemand and shewed the v larger decline.
Receipt were estimated at a fu.l O.OJ :
head, a total that Included plenty of I
etrooc weight butcher and smooth lard
grade. Lees than one-third of the run ;
carried weights around, and under fee) '
pounds. Cleaxancee waa made la very j
good season, shippers and speculators !
buying lean than to per cent or tne supply.
Best heavy hoga on sale brought la.50.
Identical with yesterday's top, while
butchers and goodjlghta moved largely
within the 14 ? Kir. 40 spread. Anything
selling below IVli waa not very respect
able. iu.preenttlv aalee:
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Move before the moving season
You will have a much better se
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wait until the
1st of Aprih
o"r the 1st of (
i n g. select a
building, the pol
icy and organi
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have been tried
and never found
wanting. It takes jears to develop "service" and a
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Select a building, the location of which ta known not
only to evervone here, but to everyone who haa ever beam
The best "service," the building that is kept in
the best repair, and the best known office building -in
THE BEE BUILDING
There are only eight offices vacant today,
but among them are sme very choice ones:
, " " 1
Reception Room, private office, two larre elosaia larea
woritroora wtth two north windows. Ideal office for engineer,
erchltect doctor or other profeaslnal men. Rental per
tnoDth. ..... fin 00
43a Thts Is a long narrow room. MxllU. bavin a north
light Kenul. per month 17J
Boom 606 Is 11-lxt In alae, located on the court, close to etty
Ugnt, thus having eiceilent natural light The space couli
be divided so aa to anaka two very pleasant room, price,
per mouth ............ , fff af
Baeaa IM Office hi the northwest corner, paving four large win
dows A fireproof vault for the protection of valuable papero
la much In demand and la afforded In this room. There Is a -total
of tit square feet of floor space and aocne would be
equipped with partitions to satisfy good tenant. The rental
price la per month ........ aetVae
The Bee Building Co.
Bee Business Office - 17th end Farsjun Sts
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