Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 27, 1912, Image 14

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    uRAiN ANDPHGDUCE KARSET
X.h;V. Bojlst to Feel En'ect of. tie
Crap Damage Seport.
Ct"'"-S -KSCEIPTS tfUL SHSKX
i vrcrt. rjretare that Steeks Will
l ..- ikumUIIii for Seaeaa,
'V, bii-h Mesas !- Period
' ef Light SanpHes.
? ; OMAHA. March 2. 1.
,A'.n'itr5 stronger today on ffJr
r.il ihi trsde bsran to tee'
.o.-rin effect of crop n "T"',
as ye- ii l ini;tiC.e lo le"
rVt real Injury exls:t.
:irand thews Mttie, ?ins of reo.T
; n -a imp promise west of tne Mle
. ;i'ti Sre Ten- faltering it aeema doubt
, . Sot he time being " the distant lu
.'ereai cad ba buitec.
It i.. Ih general opinion among corn
Wis tuM liisre will be a grest falling
. toceip't and stocks will ceaaa ao-i'.r.n!.-.:ins
for thla season, which mean
.-. ifiw fwrtoo of light auppliee. OaB
irirf arc strong and higher in in
t i. thtrort. , Favorable weather ma
ihfU the advance temporarily, but late
le Ami prlfoa will be high.
Wiieal rallied after erd? a
-jae. CSSirt were strong and report or
. .noil sales and ero-i damage caused
.,s te tover. Cath wheat waa un-
''TiXr'ii strong and higher on unsettled
r .urttlr. Receipts ars d"'
nntdlv and cash vslues are ad
. arcliw-eieecWy. Sample corn today ii
Sirnary heet receipts wera M M bu.
J ewVmeiitn wr. riew againM
"lelrt last rear of CiOW bu- and h.p-
TVmsrv, corn receipts wer C4.4W bu
and isnt were Stt-OOO bu.. ag.lnat re
. ..( wt year at K4.") bu. and ahlp-
.
I.j. of osis and wheat and flour equal to
I t. r pool dnaed '..irHd' higher on wheat
end lvd hig'r & corn. .
-. following ih prieea wcra "Ported.
WHF-AiVNo. 3 iiard. I car at
.-..KN-Ne, J white. I car at N
4 Rime. I r at c: No. I ' ""
ta-a at r 1 car at 9c: No. eilow.
4 ra at V car. at !c, t car. at
(.: Xo. S mled J cara at a.; .n
m'ed 5 cara at Uc. .
OATi-oundard. I ear it J
while. 1 rr at i!4c I car at !;
wh la. : cara at Uic.
Umaba Caak Prices.
'.YIIFAT No. S bard, l.m)I.W: No. 3
hard, U.tl'rtll ; Na 4 hard. c1l.J.
(VflN-No. 3 white. r70Hc; No. 4
while, tiic; No. 3 yellow. sVili :;
No. t yellow. Mite; No- lrtc;
No. 4. :'Uc: no giade. UtMc.
0AT8-N0. 2 white. 3Stir'-: standard,
IS'.liiJHc: No. 3 whh. WSu3tc; No. 4
white. .ItilV: No. 3 jellow. i$W(4c;
No. 4 yellow. HaJSHe. , , .
PARLEY Malting. M$I .; No. 1 feed,
tirtft-: heavier feed. ctj$l.)
KVE-.No. 2, tWc; No. I. 85e.
t'arlat Ilerejpta.
Wieat Corn. Oats.
tiiirgo W a"
M flnrapolla ... J ;
tiwha 13 31 i
Jiuluth -
4.1 ICO CRM PPOVIIOi
Feci area at lk Trs4bn aasl ( laslaa
. PHeea Basird at Trade.
nilCAOO. Mar 34. -I'll port sales and
alleged crop damataa carried wheat prices
today to a higher Jevel. Tlw close waa
firm, He to SajUo aivw laat night. Corn
made a net advance of Nc to S.
oau gain of Ve Xo He and hog pro
ducts became mors el pensive by 13Ve
o 306. t .
Wheat finished at all roost tha top point
of the day. seaboard sales for ocean
shlpmenta ware aald 10 amount to IT4.0
bushels. The fact that the foreign de
mand snowed Itself at mora than one
point tended ta emphaaUa bullish feel
ings. Beside, domestic eaah Interests
exhibited an alertoeaa not In evidence
of late. One reaatm waa that California
mha-rs bed put uj tha price of flour
4a a barrel and re propnalng another
lift because of aa atve call from Mexico
and China.' Decreaigng stacks of wheat
al Liverpool count! also against tha
bear and so did Amenllne news of un
favorable weather f r shipping.
Ohio and other suites of Hi Missouri
river furnished pessimistic crop advices
regarding lata eown winter wheat
nd mora than off sat early dispatch
of a different ttor from regions
of tb west. During the session
May ranged from ll.ct, 10 $!(. with
last sales at H.SIJ.S. on upturn of
cwTc compared with yxsterday.
Corn equalled about the top price of
the season and ended -within a ahade of
tha bast figure for the 4ey. The market
began easier on account of the
mild weather. ' but ' there was liberal
buying tor manufacturer and at the
same time a little. Improvement m
tli eaah demand fnsm the east. May
fluctuated between ;iS4y71So and 7rc
cloalna steady. 44K: up, 72.C13tac.
cah grades were easy. , No, 3 yellow waa
, quoted at 7IVjfn for rar lots.
Talk of decreased acreage on account
of 1st seeding helped t3te price of oats.
predicted rains west paumtsed to cause
delay t spring work. Outside limits
ioached for May options war UHe ana
1.1V, with in clo, 1,0 net higher at
ile even.
Provisions shewed strength all dayt but
liartlcularly after tha verdict of not guilty
in tha packers eaae. Advance for com
and hogs appeared to exert considerable
Influence In the direction of higher prices.
The sharpest rise waa for pork, eve to
:c a barrel.
Quotations on furore cloaed as fatlw:
ArtlcW Open-I HigtKI Low. Close, I Tsfy.
V batl I
May. il W.' 1 n
lH'ltHsf 1 a?
7SSrl
July.ieTtaaiVSsliajV
; $Sl n
Msy.lTl.4t7i
4uly.7t7.
Bept.ffnto::
Cate I I
My. '..!
Jtil. aStA:
ISHiTlHin 7SVM 7J1
TJV73t-,l7l,a),
ii:i s.i.rtjia
14', I ITS' $4
$3
hi aa
41
1 at 1
Mss llIB
May.
I wars !
Ml
'.tit
July.
14 Ottl 17 UH
MsTH
WITH
SPt.
1-ard
May.
r.iss
May.
ni
17 W
II 31 I 17
n in,
n
t
us
wo
t
artj
W12HI M
4
$
July.
3ie! 7
47H
bp4 t
7J, rrsbH i.s itTHl 7H
t'aaei quotations wree aa follow
FLOt'R Steady: winter patent $4 1S4
(.: winter strmigma. K.tm: spring
patanta. K sawBM: spring straighu, H4
M A: hakers, U m.
RTC-KO. 1 ttSCc.
HJl RLRT-Feed or m'xlnr. C41.M,
fa r to cbok-a marling. 11 ii 34.
SF:n8-Tlnolh. $s.vHi4.i; ckrrer,
j:i.t..
PROVlfllONft-Pork. nrn. 3J17i Ird
tin tlcroasl, . ISbort ribs tloose). IS H.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
-ieie equal ta 3W.OM bushels. Primary
reeWpta war 34.40 bushels compared
with 332. M baahal tha eorraaaonding day
a year aga. Tha world visible supply
as snowa by Bradstreat Irtareaaed 2,7,
tea) buebeia. Eatlnaated receipt for to
morrow : Wheat. 8 ear; earn. Si car;
Mia. is cars: nogs. js.ea nsaa.
Cmcago Cash rTtcsa Wheat : Na. J n
$1. aval at: Na. 1 re H 4vl ; No. t
raid. E.saan as: o 3 hard. 31 aostl
Na. 1 narthara. X1.W01.14: Na. t nortbsra.
n laari.U: No. I wortbarB, 31 saw 1.11: No.
: sprtng. $7.ll.at: Ke. 3 spring. $1.M
1 Mr No. 4 sprtn. sBctrtl .$; velvet eharf,
:iK.4rti a: dt nua. ttratgl . Cora: No.
Z, Saie: No. 3 white. m$-,c; No, i
-sallow, Vc; No. 4. CtjCVi No' 4
wnita, trw J. yenow. wifmc
Oats: Ne. 3 while. M4Sc: No. 1 whiu.
aM4tc; No. 4 whit, utyMc
fctKii"ii,a.
Kye; to. 2. WW. Barter: 7tctL31
limothy el: I.fji4.ia, Vlover
t)UtTER-4$ta4r: creaiaeries. ra3oc;
.s.rlre. 3Nsxe.
V.-K.S Biaadr: ncaip. MSSI cm: at
i k. cases tneladed. lMlc; erdinary
r.r, S4-- ftrvta. tic
1 HEKsit ateadv: dsVea. Te;.5:c:
tw',aa. ljlSc: yeuag Ar4. 1j4:5c:
hwg norns. ursjow.
T.AL-Steady: at Telle.
fyTATOEi-lL.-viig, reelrt, V ears
47W
I si I
UM M13M
37U ItfU
U 7
iV'srontin. 1..1541.3.; Michigan am. Mm-nr-cta,
ij .i&iil.i;.
rOLLI l:v Stesdv; turkeys. !!ve. lie:
dressed- 1W.-; chickens, live. 14C: dressed,
lie; tprlngs, live. Mc; dressed, lie
NEW VOBK CEER1L MARKET
ttaatatltws of ibe Dar aa Vnrlaaa
t aasasoaltlles.
NEW YORK. March 28- FLOUR
Quiet: spring patents, lntr
airaighta. :&-J: winter patents, H.W
lit; spring clears, 4.a8.50: winter eltras.
No. 1. $163.10; winter eatraa. M. J.
$3.453.65; Kansas straights. J4.7MMS
Uye flour, steady; fair to good. KJ-;
choice to fancy. IS.oetj6.2a.
X)RNMEAIv-Flmi: fine whlta and
yellow. tl jL7; coarse, ll.3&LW; kiln
dried. Cm .. ,
RYR-Rteady. No. i 5c, e. I f.. Buffala
BARLKV-Qulet, malting, $1.2261.3. e.
t t nnffntn
WHEAT Spot market firm: No. I red,
Sl.tsMt. elevator, export basis and 1.V
f. o b., afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth.
U.W4. f. o. b., afloat, opening naviga
tion. Futures market declined at the
atart under liquidation, but rallied on
renewed buying on the cabiea and ex
port rales of ten ioada of red wheat to
Antwerp, closing He to e net higher.
Hay. $107 -l&41.iV rloaed, $1 W 1-1: July
cloaed. . $1.0114. Receipts. lii.OW bushels,
aiiimnenta, a.m bushels.
CORN -Spot market firm; No. X, lie.
elerator, domestio basis, to arrive and
e i port, ;Ce, f. o. b. afloat. Puturea-mar-ket
waa nominal. Rreepits, 13.S0I bushels;
shipments, K.U3 bushel.
OATH Boot market quiet; No. (fie.
Futures market oil nominal. Receipta,
bushels. '
HY-jukr. prime. $1.!.4: No. 1.
tl.Bl.a. No. 2. I1.16L; No. 3, ILi
ftl.W.
HUl'P Dull slate, common to choice,
rill, Jjpvc; !. nominal; Padfle coast,
4lfcM.': Ii!, nominal.
HlDKS-iitesdy; Central America, Uie;
Cogot.i. r.Sft'f.c.
LEATHKR-I'lrm; hemlock flrsti, XSj
ITc. ccconus, iiOJic; thirds. Hiic: re
jects, lit.
l'HOV18ION8-Pork. firm: mess. ll.09
18.;; family, liJ.60SJu.ju; abort clear. $17. a
MtfA. Href, firm: mess. fl3.oeiiu;
fiunily. Jli.oi'UlS.iO; beef hams, $3.(Mua.uU
i.'ut mK firm; pickled bellies, n to 14
pounds. KMHIWM; pickled hams. $H.sOf
Latl. firm; middle west prime,
- ;:.i.: refined, quiet; continent, $10.s);
3mt!i Ainc.ka, compound, t7.UKj
'l'Al.l-0.' fliadv; prime ilty hhus, Cc;
cperlfll, C1-.!:; countty, .Uc.
lil'TTTlt-Kicady: mrlpts, 10.411 tuba;
rn atnery ap-tals, 3Jc; extras, 31 Sc; flrats,
:Sllc: atnte dairy, finesl, Dutfll.'; good
to prime. 274r7ir; common to fair, 224c;
process specials, MJ-1'ic; extras, tfitc;
first. Cfft3Hc.
CHEKHB-rlrm: receipts. 8,237 boxes
Iitaie. whole milk, held, white or colored
apecijift, ic: akima. Hi l.c.
EMUS Strong; reoelptr, CM eaaea;
freah gathered ealraa. :4fi!ac; first. W4t
24c; awonda, E'tric; weatern gath
ered whiles, UtoM.
l"01'LTIllf-Allve. dull; western rhlrk
ens. IV; fowls, IMjIIV: turkeys. IStlnc.
Dressed, quiet; fresh killed fowls. Ml
Win; froacn turkeva. iat30c.
t. l.onle General Market.
ST. I.OCI8. March St-WHUAT-Oash,
firm: track. No. 3 red, $1.03, No. I
hard. tI.03Al.12.
coitN-Kirm; track. No. 3, 71He; No. t
white. 73c.
OAT!l-Klrm; track, No. J, MHVUci No.
I whits, Kv.
Closing prices of future:
WllUAT-lligber; May. fl.7!.c; July,
He;
CORN-lllgher: May, 7ic; July, T4Sc.
OATn-lllgher: May. MNc; July, o.
ItVK-l'nrlianged; 30c
FIAit'li Firm; red winter patents,
tikW; extra fancy and straight, $4 00
14.4$: hard Winter clears, $J 40413.7;,
H K K I K Tlmot h y. tlO.OCWU.W.
llllNMKAlUJO.
HRAN-Htrong; sacked, east track, $1.33.
HAY-flcsree; timothy, t3.') 2I.0; prai
rie. $Wwt'i3.0.
I'RoVIMIONH-Pork, unchanged; Job
bing. II&. 7a. Lard, unchanged; steam,
p KOtrt.M. Dry salt meats, unchanged;
boxed, extra short, tr; clear ribs, ;
short clear, ec. Macon, unchanged:
extra short, lOSu; clear rib, Wo; abort
clears, I0c.
ItiCLTRY-Hteady; chickens. 1314c:
spring. Ifro; turkeys, 17o; ducks, Itlo;
geese, r.
HUTTKR-Firm: creamery, 'ijllc,
KCKlo-Lower, JO'.c.
tieceipi. nntpmenta.
Flour, barrels ..
Wheal, bushel
.?4I
VMS
. i:.ono
, 2U U
'orn, bushel ..
4tsn
32.000
Oats, bushels ....
Kaasaa Illy lira I a aad Pravlalaaa.
KAN8AA CITY.' March 24.-W1IR4T.
Cash unchanged to 1-c higher; No. 3
hard, II tMTI in; No. 3. 11 o3Sri .: No. t
reo. si "i-vwt "",: wo. 1 w-i tui 1.
"OR-rnchaiiged lo le hlirher: No. t
miaeot T.teri4.'; ao. a. 74ec; HQ. J
hlle. 74tl73': NO, 3, 7II3leo.
OATa-Unrhanged: No. 3 while, MH9
loa1ng prices of future:
WHUAT-May. $li': July, KUc: Sep-
lemoer, mwtc oia.
COKN-Msv. 73Hc; July. 71'7Se. bid
September, 4',r, bid.
OATo May, WHIfaisc, Md; July. MVie.
bid.
RYIv-Mrisc.
HA Y Fifty cent to It hlcher: cholo
ttmotny. is.ui; cnoire prairie, lisoo.
rlt'TTKK Creameries, 3o: first. 3M:
Seconds, 34c: packing atock, 31c,
tUUB-txlras. 33c: firsts, lino.
Receipts. elhiDments.
Wheat, bushel 14 00 k.oh
Corn, bushels aous aa
Gala, bushels 4.00 ;,Wo
Available tappllea Caereetlaa.
NEW YORK. March 31 -Special cable
and telegraphic communication rectlved
by nradstreet a enow the following
cnangea in avauaoie auppue as com
pared with previous account: Wheat,
t nited Btatea. east Hock lea aecreased
l$43.ao bushels'. United Htatea. weat
KocKies. increaaeo. saw buaheta
Canada. Increased. l.$24.090 bushel. Total
I nited mate and Canada. Increased. 374.
403 bushels; afloat, for and In Europe.
mere e a. l.ww auanei; total Ameri
can and European supply. Increased
$ CIM bushels. Corn. I'nlted States and
Canada. Increased. e44.tm bushels. Oats.
I nited mates and Canada. Increased
33 W bushel.
The leading increase and decreases re
ported this week follow: increases.
Minneapolis prtvat elevators, 7i,40t
bushels: Portland, Me.. 73.01a) busnala, lie.
ereaaes: lancoln and vicinity. I$t.oo
bushel; Port Huron. j4.00 buahel.
Mlaaeapalla Ural Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. March 34,-WHEAT-
siay, VJ.ai.i.',; July, ii.ati,: Heptembar.
$11 Cash. No. 1 hard. l an,( Na i
northern. B 4S: No, 3 northern, tl MS.
Na. t wheat. ll.rtV
FLAX-C1.
FARLEY 74cfr$l S.
tXlRN-No. $ yellow, 774173V.
OATS Na 3 whit. eJtri!tc.
RYE No. t He.
BRAN-lr. H pound sack. t5.3X Sk
FLOl R First patenta. t$.a3r sec
ond patent. Kfcvl: first clear tin
Mllwaakea Orala Market.
MILWAl'KEE. U.reh .wttsie
J!'ii,,r,,l?rn' w ': No. 3 northers,
11 er 1.11; No. 3 rard winter. U.tleii oa-
May. S1.41S; July. MWo. 1 '
CORN-No. 3 vellow TlelM,. V- .
OATS-Stsndard. M'.eMMc
BARLKY Malting, II XJl.M.
PhlUdelphta Pieda.s M.a,..
PHILADELPHIA. March 34. BUTTER
EtWerirm. nearby flrala. free eases.
a per nearby current receipt,
frew cases, r 54 per case; weatern firsts.
"J 17, ' " aater current
receipt, free casta, $7.4f per caa.
CMEESaV-rTrm: New York full creams.
' eet, aev ao gooq. UBjalsac.
Llvsrssal Srwla Market.
LTORPOOL, March 31 WH F-A T Spot
'"'viva urn stay, ts SSd: Juhr
7 7d: October, J, Vyi. V'
CORN Spot. American mixed, sew
nrm: ts JSi: Americaa mixed. oM.
ly: 4s MM: American mixed, trew
klla dried, needy: 4s 7v,d; .'aturea Meadr
May. 4 tSd; September, la 3Hd.
Peejeta Market.
PKORtA. March 34. -CfiRN Higher:
.-.a. wniie. ajw,c; a 3 vellow Tr- v
SIS: &: N
-.OATflr- 1 WBi."'- S: atanetarvj.
" - " a WQ'ie. eSSC.
" extmanga, aa-
varus it IM Be wal 4 sol tuna.
THE BEE: OMAHA. . WKDM&DAV. MARCH 27. mi.
NEW Y0RKST0CK MAMET
Leaden in Some Ittuet Pnte in
Their TJpwtrd Fligit.
AJCAiGAMATED COFFER STBOHG
Aaserleaa Ksaeltlas, Isllrt Stale
Steel aad Majarlty of Street
Hallway Arc laellaed
' (a Heavlaesa.
NEW YORK, March Ji-Blocka paused
In their upward flight today at least
some of them did while other of tea
market Influence roe to higher prices,
lb most noteworthy exception to tb
general tendency wa Amalgamated Cop
per, which ascended to a higher level on
announcement that th selling agendo
wr rejecting bid for the meial t l&Sc
per pound, Ita highest figure In almost
fiveweara. Tbe movement elsewhere bore
Indisputable evidence that th market for
a time at least had absorbed all it could
comfortably digest.
American Smelting, a hose meteoric rise
In th laat few days attracted much at
tention, was Inclined to heaviness from
the outset, as wer also United Stales
Steal and a mijonty of th standard rail
way ahares. Most of theaa Issue were
off a point or more before noon and later
made turtner recessions on aggressive
short selling. A n offset many minor
Issue, Including American Can. American
Bast Sugar. Cara Product, th electric
and tha Independent eteel shares, were a
point or two abov yesterday, ine rise in
these failed to enlist popular support.
however, and som fell back.
Abrunt declines In In ion Pacific and
United State Steel fn th early afternoon
and further weakness In American Smelt
ing wiped out much of the audden rise In
Amalgamated Copper and the undertone
became heavier then before. The setback
coincided with London news that the Eng
lish nun owner ware not very hopeful of
an early solution of th strike trouble
and th decision of American railway
engineer to vole on tha question of a
strike.
Prices rallied a point or more from th
lowest in the laat hour under spirited buy
ing of Reading and an Increased demand
for the local tractions. Other features of
strength In tha iat trading wer Missouri
Pacific. International Harvester and
American Beet Sugar, the latter adding to
lis early gain, regardless of circum
stantial rumors that copper metals had
risen to l&Vj. Amalgamated failed to hold
more than th amaileat fraction of It
middsy gain. Anaconda director met
popular expectation by declaring th
regular quarterly dividend. Amalgamated,
men controls Anaconda, win nota a
dividend meeting early In April and th
street ' looks lor an Increase aver th
present rate.
lawdon was a seller hers, probably to
the extent of &,IM shares, moatly ateel
and supposedly long etock. American se
curities carried a 4 per cent rat over th
Lionaon settlement.
Increasing tension In ths domestic coal
situation wa found In th curtailment of
coal by water out of Pittsburgh.
owing to a nominal Increase in oper
ating expenses, the Atchison road was
nabled to return an excellent statement
for February, na net earnings for that
month Increasing tilfc.000.
Th bond market waa featureless. Total
aalea, par value, $4,62l,(us. United State
government bonda were unchanged on
calk
Member of sties and leading quota:!en
n (lock today were aa follows:
setae. Ulsa. iie. C!st.
tllU-CsilsMrs I4 J.
AetslfmaeuNl Oeseer ...
Aaeriiu Afrtesllurt! ...
Aamhut Seel Swear. ...
ABMrtasa Caa
Asxriess c. a r
ABMrieaa IVtoe Oil
AskwMta Hat. sf4...
Aw. Ice Sent rule)
1I.M4 11 II', 4.
W M I' '4 4JH
n.set 44 ' lS Hit
44. ins 3tt, tin u
iu US -
1") 44't 14 14
IK tJ 1H4 t-H
IW 3lw Ci K'A
sm i:t it 11
Its 44 '( 3t4
n sm u Ha nit
l aw lal'l isl itt
Mann
4.404 11414 IS', 11-4
3,14 141 1111 llS
Aowrkae Liens
Aaerifsa LeeeSMtlvs ...
AsMrii ts I. a H
A a. r It. pit
Aw. Itetl raa4rte.....
AawrtcAa T A T
AsMdiaa Tsbsees
a J44", S14 t.l
est lei iat 11
't
I.IM 414 II 41
31. 11 lot Wt .
lS 10l, !
1 llt 1 iat
t.t 104 1, lai'a itavs
i.rst 34 ni, m
MM Ui, t.4 tilt
let ' suit l4
$is t n o'
M W, U-i Utt
Astr1eaa Tobsesa Bf4.
Aweneas w soles
Aneapeet Mialag Ce.....
Veldena
Atrhlsoe H
AtlsstM Coast Lias
Hamsters A ntkt
Rethlahew Steal
arasslrs S4el4 Tr
canaitlas Parlfls
reairal Lasthsr
Ceolral Lea tear pf4
fastrsl al New Jane;.
I hlaaSaahe Okts
iRlee A Altes
Cel. a to 0. W . see
kloste U. W. !.
llcaee A N. W ,
(ttraaa. M. 4 St. P..,
Ckies fesear
0 . IV. C. at. L....
relsrule T. A I ,
t'slarses A 'Sostsera....
Oasaaliaata use
Sra PreSMets
Dalaesr A HoSasn
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BOStTON. March M-Cloelng auetatlea
on atocka were aa follows
sas ........... aa'soiasses hi
OsMor MSNovse Cas Ms
f, L A g. K Ntvlaalss M'aas .... ts
in caaa. lVena Pall U
C C. A S. . TSNseth late TS
Ckl. A ansae irwote Daaauuoa sew
OBI. A Hade. 413 OareeU Ill1,
iSauwatal n Wolacr Ms
IS. Rassa ' e
BU Pen C M ... USSasorMe
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wren CSa. 4 TBaaaraek
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brseat Caaaaoa .. St-M e M MS
lau aterale Car- HSl ta C u
Karr U 't'ta Oasr Os..... tl
lsa Caseer 44 S
aia ssll Caeeoe ... ISWslvern 113
Mbtail Caspar Sta
. - Ceadltlea at Treasary.
WASHINGTON. March' St. At th be
ginning of buMness today the eondlttoa of
the 7: nited 8tatee treasury wss: Work
ing balance In treasury office. 33.737. sot;
In bank and Philippines treasury. 333.
34X.S74; total baktae In general fund. $11.
X.ot. Ordinary receipts yesterday were
ti tj7, with ardlaary disbursements ef
ai'vr. ia twirtt lo date this fiscal veer
ks tia.t-'i.tst, agtiost a deficit ef 11, 40,311
t thla time last year. These figures ex
clude Panama and public debt transac
tions. -
Sew war Meary Market.
NF.WT ORK. March St.-MONET-On
call, atearly. per cent
ruling rat.
3H per cent; closing Dia,
eeaMa 'f ner cent .
ls per cent;
TIME LOANS Strong: 40-day. t'it&i
per cent: 30-day. SiitJMk per cent; U
months. 34 per cent.
RIME MERCANTILE PAPER-44t,
"sTERUNO EXCHANGE Steady, with
actual business In bankers' billa at 34-84
for 40-day bllla and at 34.S715 for demand.
COMMERCIAL BIt.LS-X4.S3Vj.
8ILBER Mexican dollar. 47c.
BuNLrS Govern roent, steady; railroad,
ClolXng quotations on bond today were
aa follows:
O. A ret. ta. reg...1J't!Btsr. U. M. 4Hs... '.
4s eauaos lH.-JapB 4s
C. A JaTrs 44s l
4e eassos lStVK. C se. 1st Is.... 13 "4
V. S. 4s. ft 14 L. S. 4a. as 1111...
o eoepss 114 U4N.nl. 4s..... St1,
Allla-Ckal. 1 as... vf. A I. 1st 4a. US
Asier. As la IK'S 4e 4Ss M4
A TAT. cr. 4s.. ill 'Mo. racltk 4a it'.,
Aia Tanaeea 4a slw.v. R. R. ef M. 4s MS
a. e I241N. T. C g. lies.... 7
Arwoer A Ce. 4".i.. S oa. 4a 1
AKaiaoa es. 4s HHK. T. N. H. A H.
es n. 4s ev. sa .....lm,
4c er. is 1MWN. W. let a. 4a.. M,
A. C. 1 1st 4s..... M sa ev. 4s.. I1H
Bat. usls 4i Ne ascitis el...... rH
ao His KH 4e Is i.i 4U
ade S. ' I'ls.... It'iO. I. 1 rfdf. 4s... M,
Breok Tr. ev. 4a... rrSPesa. . I'M Ul.. tf's
ei ss. st Os. U....1"S see. 4s IMS
Cam. Lsstksr la. MViRaseisg aa. 4a Ml,
sit. sl N. J. g ia..l!lSa, L A S. P. tg. 4s7s,
aTkas. A Obis 4'a.l 4a rs. at
ret. H n at. u a w. c. ai'.t
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Ceie. In. Is Ila 4e sen. 4a
'a
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sc. A . r A e 4s. i ee cv. as. isj'i
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D H. O. ts. Mtl'. A Rssssr 4e....ltl,
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7liVa -ar. Ckaoa. ls,..IM'i
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Ister. Met. 4is WSrsaawa Is i)Vi
BU. ullaret.
I.oadoa Stack Market.
J.ONDON, March St. American securi
ties opened firm today. Prices advanced
on good buying during the first hour and
at noon tha market ruled firm with valuea
from t to H higher than yesterday's New
York closing.
Later the market turned Irregular and
closed undecided. Denver A Rio Grande
hare wer firm.
London closing stock quotations:
Cbssala. ssssey ..ft lt-14Le.la.llla Naab .H4
4o serosal U-ltsle.. Has. A Tat.. 11
Anal Cesser a7New Ysrk Cestral..ll4i
Antcosls twierlslk A Wastra.lll4
ilctlsas w So I4 i
4o .14 IMtiOnUrla A Waatom. 41,
auiiinoea A Okle..leli4PaSBaTlrsBla 44
IWllae raclfle .14 Kan4 Mlsas
OaaiaeaH Ohls. ISiaHaadlsa
Chi. uraai Waatara. t4 aostaera Ry
K
V
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I7t,
rat.. Mil. A St. P HI
hear
IIHsoathsrs radlia
Denver A Hie O..
4s I4
Erla
4e 1st pit
4a 14 p(4
Oras4 Trunk ....
Illinois Centrtl .
HlLVLR-Bar,
:4il'sles Pacllts .
44',, de al4
31 I' g tlsel...
U 4s I4
HSWssssk
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14
'VI
II
ll-16d per
114
steady at 31
ounce.
MONET-S per cent.
The rate of discount in th open mar
ket for short bill la 3'a per cent; for
three month' bills. 3 7-lt per cent.
New York M:alag Stswks.
NEW YORK. March 24. -Closing quota.
Hon on mining toc were:
Alice
tee sun,, cimi ..
.. I
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rsaavlck Caa
M.ikas
11 Oman
It 0Mr
74 Staadarl
1-4 Yellow Jacket
14-
Cera. TaatMl slock.
a
Cm. Clal. A Vs....
Iras Silver
Vstville Can, ....
eunsre.
Baak t learlags. -
OMAHA. March M. Bank clearings for
today were tl.t3l.3M.4B and for th corre
sponding day last year $023,337.37.
Caffe Market.
NEW YORK. March 24 -COFCEE-
Futuraa opened steady at A decline of
tr polnla. In sympathy with mo re
actionary tndncy of the European tnar
keta and aa a result of realising, but
soon rallied on covering of short and
scattered local buying, which waa prob
ably encouraged by continued flrmneaa
In Mrs III, tne sirrnirtn o
situation and later by rather firmer
.,..,,., i-ehiee from Havre. Tha final
tone here wi aleatly, with price net 4
point higher 10 4 point lower, "-
month being relatively firm. Sales,
tl mm beg. March and April. 13.: May,
13 34c: June, u.icjc; Juiy, ju.,
14.020; September, 14.11c; October, 14.)o;
uMnK.p 14 arte: Ivecember. 14.04c: Janu
ary, M.Olc; February, 13.H9C Havre wa
laiUf lower at th hour af ths local
opening, but rallied partly, eloalng H7Sf
lower, namourw wa -vi" . -
... ita i. hi. her at ea-75. Hanlo wa
1. nai eel. blahee at TCo. Receipt at
th two Biwalllan port were SaOW bags,
against k.M bnga taut year -,und,"J,j;
receipts were 7.1MI baga. against ,m laat
vear. Rain waa reported In one district
of San l'aulo, but it was fins elsewhere.
-17: ' - 1.1 ,.hlea reoorted 4S un-
ch. ind Sao Paulo receipt, of lto
bex. aaalnst 11.000 yelerdayr---Prlvat
cabiea predict a falling off In th move
ment to nanto ir V v
have been filled. Spot oolfee. firm. No.
Mild.
Rio, 14SO: o. a aw...
firm; Cordova, lrigigvio. nominal.
' 'Metal Market.
vL-iv TORK. March 36 METALS
Standard copper, firm but quwj: apov
tl4.tl$.: March and April, t I".
,r v. 1 MiAm market steaay . mvn w
f" u. cm is 3d. Arrivals reported
at New York today. ; CiM,ra:
house return show export of SS.M6 ton.
JL r.e thla month. I-k. copper, 1549
a - . sklAeAS-IIO. 1TJ ?- V . MhPtiiist.
W$ Tin. .pot. 4l'5t43.S: March, 343.30
ti4137ii; April, 34:.airfJ4it'v: stay. evj.
i.7S; June, 41.tOtrt2.M: July. W.evto
iiOt Ical aalea. l.tw ton i n
;;,.. ton June at tli 08. London
. .iu. e.,,re fftftl &
Id rmr .4 .4) in New Tork and
34.30t.4 3t In East St VTi?-n
. . . , . . -r 1 K-. hit I VSItlB
London. CH. J "ntlmony. quiet: Cookaon'
rv43H- lron. Cicvaland warrants.
No. 1 northern. tl-.2itill7: No. t fll-is
U.3G: No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern
son. Iiuaia.".., e v..
eST. LOl If. Aisrcn ""7:--; --
firm. f.JtlrlJa- Spelter, firmer. . niu.
. . . ratios) Market.
rr YORK. March 34 -CW ton-Spot
closed quiet
middling uplands.
Mi tor;
middling gulf. Mate. No sales.
cotton future, opened stead)-: Msrch.
w)3c- Mav. 14.41c: June .offered at .4sc:
Julv.' 10.51c; Aiiguat. lMr; September,
itole. bid; October. WHOc: November.
bid: V
w).43c: February, offered al
Futures closed Hrm. Clo-lng bids
March. l.43c: April, 3te: Way. 14 4-;
June, la.Bc: Jury. MJtc; SeptemrltBc:
October. W.t7c: November, lAttWjDocern
bsr. l.ac; January. lO.tJe; February,
M Mo.
rtvaparaleel Apple DHeol frmlta
vr.ff YORK. Msrch K-EVAPO-
RATED APPIX-3ulet an nomloauy
unchanged; an the spot fancy are quoted
st i4l7tc; choice. S.ettc; prim. IU
7HC
DRIED FRUITS Prunes, only moder
stelv scdve snd prices easy: quotations
ran,, from 4Sc to lie forCsllforni.. ap
to 3tts-lt ad ISl3c for Oregons. Apri
cots dull aad barely tsd: choice. Itn
4Hic: extra choice. liSc: fancy. WVI
ITSc Peachea. Inactive and about steady:
-.Li uvuausk: extra choice. llll'ic:
, iii-. Raisins, quiet and about
Meady; loos muecsteis. S4r4te-, choice te
fancy seeded. taej.rv; sa-uie o-wwi-London
layers. tl-Sktl.tt.
Dry Baawta Market.
NEW YORK. March 3A DRY GOODS
Th cotton goods mrkta are steady,
with demand leas feverish. There la aa
active demand for staples In men s aear
an-V dress good- Yarn rule steady.
Jobbers sre doing A fslr trade.
lasar Market,
NftW YORK. March tA SUGAR Raw.
sttady; muacevaoo. . a leet.
3. aw;
trifugsl. M teat. 4.4-,
l7c Ktttd, quart. -
It test.
OMAHA LIYESTOCK MARKET
Hctt All Kind of CatUe Slow to
Some Lower.
HOGS TE5 10 F1TTEE5 HIGHER
Yards Well Filled with Sheep aad
Lass as, hat lader Iaflaeace at
tiaael Baylag Oeaaaad Steady
Price Are Maintained.
SOUTH OMAHA. March It, tfli
Receipt were: Celtic. Hons. Sh-eo.
Official Monday.; . iftiZ
EsUmate Tuesday 4.SMJ 1.S0 r3,vl
Two daya thia week..le,13S B.fw 2S.4SS
Same daya last eek..ll,n7 &S77 S.VH
Same daya : week ago. .M 14.-U l'-3
.-am daya 3 w ks ago. 7.M7 l.r-4 x.v.i
Same oava 4 w'ka ago. .t.'I 14mi li.(Kl
Same day last year.. 144 K1J9 l".'!'
The following uble shows tb receipta
bf cattle, hoes end sheen At South
Omaha for the year to cate as compared
wiin last year;
IJ1J. 111. Inc. reo.
Cttl 245.494 26 211 .U3
Hog 344.308 i.i.m Dt.31S
Sheep 43,;: 4i;.4U 1.344
The following table show the range of
price paid for hoga at South Omaha for
the laat few daya. with comparisons:
Date. 1912. W11.1H.1PS.U90.1107.)I90.
M ch I7 4 47rl ii, 4 ii: 5 Ml I 1 11
M'ch 111 I K4; t 32 10 $4! t $W 4 S8 t 4t
M Ch IS 44a e ,w 41, 4 44! 1 to) 4 41(1 t 10
H'ch 30j toH' 341 44; 4 Sl 4 41 4 17
M'ch 21! 7 0t 4 4jltS3 1 4 73 t 2i t
M'ch 7 4 47 1 t; t tl. t 14; 14
M'ch 3 f M 1 4 10 til 4 9t 4 781 4 It 4 Si
JIVh 3t t 41 .14 1 t 311 I , I 4 :4
M'ch 3ii 7 tltU t 33,10 W I 6S 4 Pl 1 1
M'ch 24! T s 10 3j S 7l i Oil I 03! t
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live atock
st the Union atock vards. South Omaha,
for twenty-four hour ending at 3 o'clock
yesterday: ,
RECEIPTS-CARS.
Cattle. Hop- sheep.lrses.
C SI. k St. P 3
Wabash li
Mlsanuri Pacific .. 7
Union Pacific 92
C. ft N. W., eost.. 14
C. N. W . west.. 43
C, St. P.. M. O.. 32
C. H. A CJ cast.. I
C . & ft Q.. west.. .t4
C. R. I. ft P.. east.. 11
C. II. I. ft P.. west I
3
Zl
41
Ik
1
41
t
1
I
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Illinois Central t
C. O. W S
Total receipt . .'.'78 140
44
DISPOSITION-HEAD.
Cattle. Hows. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 47 I.0K 1.1S0
swift and company. ...l.iw
3,4ei
2.14S
Z ul
7S1
2.U1
Cttdahy Packiim Co... .1.741
l.S!3
Armour A Co.
si;
Schwartx-Bolen Co
Murphy
Morrcll
Sinclair
:it
M
4
130
1
70
130
Itw
IMS
104
1
IS
70
SI
74
3
S98
W. B. Vantsnt Co
Benton, ansant -ft L
Mill ft Son
F. B- Lewi
Huston Co
J. H. Root ft Co
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Hues
U Wolf
McCreary ft Kellogg.
Werthelmer ft Degen.
H. r. UamlUon
le Rotlatchlld
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co..
t'llne ft Chrlstl ....
Katif ft R
Other buyer
Totsls
7,011 12,233
r.413
CATTIJI-Reeelpt of cattle were large
thla morning. 371 cars being reported in.
about tba same aa on Tuesday ot last
wsk. At th same time -an oiner nvar
marketa, especially Kansas City, were
filled with cattle. Chicago, aa usual on a
Tuesday, waa very lightly supplied, but
there wer snllcipaiione mere ui a nravvj
run for Wednesday. Buyers took advan
tage of the large receipts to fore a con
cession in prices, OUt salesmen were umj-
ward about taking off, working hard to
maintain th market, which rendered the
trad slow and dull so that It waa well
along toward midday btfor very many
cattle had changed hands.
Buyers picked up a faw loads of such
beef steers aa especially suited them early
In tha morning at prices tliat wera not eo
much lower, but as a rule they were bid
ding around HnjUVo lower for tha genera
rnn or ina cam on aie. . -
they wars In no spparent hurry to fli.
orders, prwferrtng to wlt until all tlu
train were In before doing very much
business. Thu It happened, aa not at,
above, that It waa very Iat in ths fore
noon before very muca uu
tranaacted.
Cows snd neirers aiso 01''"" -'- -'
weak, although buyers pVked up quite s
number of load early that did not look
very much lower. However, a soon as 1 II
became apparent how large receipt
really were ml that the demand wae
not overly urgent, buyer bes-aobvoj'"
tower Th beat feeders sold st good firm
prTcei but The lea. deelrabl. kind. a.
well " th. light .tochers, wer weak to
l0?".h!r'.,Hl beef steer, .old largely 10c
i.e ih.n yesterday. In soma case
possibly the market waa Mlc lower
than last week's close.
Cow also closed slow to lower, common
and thin cartnera anowing
moat of all. owing to Ihe fact that the
yards were full of the common kind.
Quotations on Catila-4Jood to choice
beef steers. tT0O-ti0: fair to good beef
r. t6.twjn.tv; ,,"''
stesr. 3.iB v 'vrr.."xi r
BtaawAtO: good to enwe roe., v
fairto good cows, K0o4.7i; common to
rT eiiai A..- .Mwi In hi lit At Mlork
I&lr COWI. ipaxtarawvu, Vw- - ,
Irs and faVder. $64; f sir to good.
tttOtJAW; common to uur, e.i-. -
"slt K0iVli, vl calvwt, KOuttt-iW.
bulla. tags. tc, Httajto.
Representative aaiK.
BEEF STEERS.
No.
A. Pr. -
41 I 11 "II 4 M .
144S I M H I
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HOGS A heavy Increase In hog re
ceipts had exactly the same effect upon
ttie trade that a light run does during
a abort esslou. The market was an
active, buoyant affair, bulk of (he big
ci 00 aeliing at ilgures Utflic higher.
Kvery One on the buying aide ot the
fad seemed to be working without def
inite instruction regarding cost or Bit"
or drove, and movement had plenty of
action from the atart. liemand late In
Ihe e aaton bad all of th earmark of
Urgency and eloalng bualnx-at wan espec
ially ;-.lgh, cveryining on sale clearing
tic'ore 11 o'clock.
Yard estimate placed total receipts at
over K'M huad. and while quality of of
eiinga an reasonably good, It wss a
tvpioal late seaxon run. all weights
showing up. Snippers sod speculaiors
bought lignis ss well aa heavies, but
usuallv insisted upon smooth quality.
Hometnlng like fifty Ioada of hogs moved
on outrlae orders, fully 20 per cent of
aie total supply.
Best lard weights on sale reached 17.41.
as compared witn yesterdays top of
C.SS. wnile bulk ranged from ti.wi to
;.. Bacon gradea claimed the low
.Hires'). . selling irom 37.IS downward, but
the propoitloii of kusl!.sa under $i.tj waa
decidedly small.
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SIIEEB-TIi market for sheep snd
lsmbs opened In nulrt fashion, but It
was evident thst packers' needs were
well up lo supply figures snd sll esrly
business Indicated a trade generally
steady. Receipts amounted to sn odJ
W.out head, iambs proving more plentiful
ii,.n ewe. wethers, etc. Quality on an
aversge'was reasonably good, but this I
th time of the year when feeders ar
hipping out freely nd offerings natur
ally have a wide assortment a phase of
the market that la shown dally In the
price rang.
. Well-flnlehcri kinds of stock were
favored In killing circles and were among
ths first to ecu. although movement wss
snvthlng but active. Sheep drew the
best demsnd slid frequently rules a Httle
.tronger,. but bulk showed no quotable
improvement. Practically everything
came In the fleece.
Fed western ewe sold up aa high as
is 7S end soma ioddv wethers scted credit
ably st $ti.30. Choice, handy yearlings
were in annH request sround $4.o9. but
there ws nothing of this description on
sale to make a test of lops. Attrsctlve
fed western lsmbs moved st and near
$7.2 tidy Mexicans claiming an outlet at
price about a uarter abov extra good
westerns
Feedins slock elesrejd Iste in th ses
ton snd ths amount of business trsn
aacted in this branch of the trade wa.
necessarily small, strings inst sre
Ing taken back Into the country at pres
ent are usually low-grsde fat offerings
or near-feeders, the kinds that packers
avoid. Laat week's actual buy on country
account did not exceed i.atn nesa, tne ac
msnd and supply both being seasonably
smsll.
Quotations on sheep snd lsmbs: Lambs,
good to choice, $7.1o7.4; lamba, fair to
good. $ S0tj7.H): yearilnge, good to choice,
ts.3otyt.t0: yearlings, fair to good, puttf
43i: wethers, good to choice, i.85r4.30;
wethers, fslr lo good. to.l04rS.S5; ewes,
good -to choice. It JSi 70; ewes, fair to
good, $4.e0.3.
rlepresentsiivs saic
No.
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Pr.
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7 09
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33 fed ewes
Its ted ewes
47t fed ewes
214 fed lsmbs....
11 fed lambs
31 fed ewes ....
I.AaTfed lambs .
PI fed lsmbs ..
477 fed wethers
271 fed lambs ...
133 fed ewes ..
Ill fed lsmbs ...
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Little Hand Sewing Machine
MYERS
Famous Lock Stitch
SEWING
Sews Leather
2W fed ewes
M) fed ewes, culls
MS fed ewes
or fed lamb
2 33 fed iambs ...
103 fed lsmbs
441 fed lambs
433 fel lambs
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34 spring lambs ...
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MAfeVKK
Desaaad far Cattle aasl Sheep Stead
Heaa Higher.
CHICAGO. March St. C ATTL E Re
ceipts. ASM heaa: market steady:- beeves,
t6.3oen.ts: Texas ateers, K4.); western
steers, t6.3uli4.30; toCKer tira irvocr.,
$4 3M4.jO: cow and heller, a-48. 'J.
calve. 3i300.1i. r
HOGS Receipts. Io,o neao: marwec
moatly 10c higher; HghL 37.sa)i.47H:
tr 4tiC 7: heavy. $7.37. 73V.:
rough, r 3Mi7.aO: Pigs. to.3O07.la: bulk of
tales. 37.5ctj7.Ss.
SHEEP A.N L imbj neceipie.- i,.ww
head; market ateauy; native, $3.Mra.sb;
western. K3S: yearlings, $i- i:
lamb, natlre. $o.757.7j; western, ti lJtf
Kaaaaa Clip Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. March 34
CATTLK Receipts, t. head, lncfudinr
Tut southerns; market steady to 10c lower;
dressed beef and export steer. S7.8Mrt.40;
fair to good, t6.8oti7.3v; western steers..
Cl.7t437.09; Blockers and feeders, M.aOejei);
southern steers, $3.aOtf7.3i: soqthern cows,
$3.Suts.ti: native cows, $3.7M.26; native
heifers, $t.77.;, bulls, $4.ejYtt 7s; calvea,
t&0Mit.ta
HOOS Receipts, M.400 head: market to
to Uc higher: bulk of sales. $4.Ii4l7.70;
hea w. $7.4.vtlr7.7t; packers and butchers,
$7.6.l7.70; lighta. $7.307.; Plga, $i.t S.
SHEEP AND LJtMBS-Reoalpts, 10.4110
head: market steady; lambs, 10c lower;
lambs. $4.ki7j0; yetu-llngs, $i.aHi0;
wethers, $10uev4.OD: ewes. $4vi)3.7ii stock
era and feeders, $3.00434.90.
SI. Laala Live stack Market.
ST. LOUIS. March 34. CATTLE Re
ceipts, l. head, including Texan:
market steady; native shipping and ex
port steers. $7.yifrt.50: dressed and butch
ers steers. $.au).v1: steers under 1.000
pounds, $3.2Stia.73; stockers and feeders,
34.r(i.25: rows and heifers. .0ilrt7..''O;
canners. tJOW.OO, bulls. $3.tui)5.5: calves.
fvft'vit.'IO; Texas and Indian steers, $i00
l7.00: cows and heifers. $3.M)(.23.
HOOS-Recelpts. 4.000 head: market loo
higher: plga and lights, $a.ii'7.tM; mixed
and butchers, f7.uji;.j7lx; good heavy,
eT.7SAj-.S
SHKiVP AND ItMBS Receipts 3.00(1
head: market steady: native muttons,
33.7a4i.0; hunh. H .laiivl 25; culls an
butchers, $1.3Hr3.S: stockers, $1.3t)t3.oO.
St. Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. March. 34. -CATTLE-Re
ceipts, 3.0M head: market weak: steers,
li.aejVOO: rowx and heifers, $3.3Mi;.00i
calves, RVOO.
HCH4!-Keceiiis. lo.-ios head: mrket
trong: top, T tit: bulk of sales. $7 4647.I.X
SHEEP AMI LAMBS Receipts. 7.080
head; market alow ; lambs, t-.i'a t-Ti.
Sleek la Sltrkt.
Receipt ot live stock at ths five prln.
clpal western market yesterday.
. Cattle. Hogs. Sheen.
South Omaha .
St. Joseph
Kansas City
St. Louis
Chicago ..'
Total
lli.va) 10.te)
S.OH0 10.5HO V.M
8.1 0 10.I.D 10.001
1.300 SOI) 3.0m
4.0W liOOO 17.CW1
. 33.lt) ilS.300 47 tro
. Tarweallne aad Rosla.
SAVANNAH. Oa., March 28. TL'RPEN.
TINK-Kirtn, 4',44Mc: sales 2U bbls.i
receipts. 357 bbls.; shipment, 1.414 bbls.i
tork. 1S.2S7 bbls.
ROSIN HI rm: skies 333 bbls.: receipts
1.1M bbls.; shipments. 344 bbls.; stock,
74.243 bbls Quote: B, $4.30: P. $7 00; F,
O snd H, 17.1:4: I, 7 .15; K. r.3; M, $7,001
N, $7.45; WO. $7.70; WW, $7.7.
Osaaha Hap Market.
OMAHA. March St-HAY-No. 1. $10
to IS 50; No. 2, $m..7Ojl.00: No. 3, llsOuts
U.00; Na 1 midland. $U.OutH.00: No. 1
lowland. $I7.e04ilt.OO: alfalfa, cholc 3d and
4th cutting. lL1.0nr i; 1st and 3d cut
Ing. ia9Wt.'1.00; No. 3, tlL00t)3O.; No. 3,
lloiOtjlSOO.
Wool Market.
ST. TiOUIS. Msrch St-WOOTa-Steadr;
territory and western mediums, lttiltc;
fins mediums, lit) 17c; tins, Wtjlic.
ASSETS
REALIZATION
COMPANY
3A3TTAL
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Will lean oa aacurlty requlr
1 a g p o la I Invsstlgatloa
or cloae supsrrislon, and
' not available for bank loans
Large enterprises financed.
Prompt investigation of
security offered, whatever
It caaractar or location.
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worse. MM per selUs aeUvsrsA
Hook m free.
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tor Bienkind. roe Bolls. Braiaea,
OWMes.athnsa.tilotiFe.VBrlcoaa
Velae. Tanccsiues. Alktvs P.I..
pTtostl aa a a kottle st trawats oe aellverai.
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.r.out.r.s.r, it 7owi tc. unaiMW. asn.
Honey
Saicd Is
Money
Etried.
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