Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 29, 1912, Page 10, Image 10
THE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY, MARCH 29. 1912. T3 GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Ho Xaterial Change Hoticed in the Wheat Sitnation. v KO SCRAP LEFT IK COSH BEARS Ball. Are Takl.g Profit, en a Large Scale Kki tsse Market la a Safe Ceadltlon Fee Slaffa smece. OMAHA, ilarch 38. il Wheat trader fail to an material chants la the wheat situation, there being plenty ol uiieai iur " and all ofieruigs are resllity taken on the declines. . Up to date very llttie .atention has been given the crop damage report, al though there Is a feeling that " '"on a grown weather appears a buying - flurry will occur In the new crop future The alow ruti demand ami continued tiberal spring wheat receipt! act ai an offset to other bullish featurea There was no fiKhi l.tt In the corn bear. Bulla are taking profit on a large enough scale, wlilch keepo the mar ket in a safe position. All ."dea cate extreme scarcity of all feed Mutt, and the late season makes It doubly bull ish, taken with th.. tery ilit iwipta. Wheat was firm and a bit higher helped by the Mr. ib.hi In cor". 1 "f market la an tinsatnaartory scalping af fair, governed by the big holder of caeh wheat. Cash temples were c to rC higher today. . , Th corn market was strong and ad vaneed to new high- level for the crop veer. The very active and eicewlonally strong cah situation l the bull Incentive in advancing valuea fuk corn was Jc to K higher. . Th following cash aalea were reported. W heat-No. I hard. 2 cars, n H: 1 car. I48; No. 1 hard, 1 car. tl.OMt: tr. II 48; No. 4 mixe.1. 1 car. 1.M. t-srnNo. 3 whit. I ear. 7 14 ''7 " wnL'"' ",' '1c; No. yellow. 3 ears, 72c: No. 4 yel low, 1 car, 71tc: : cars. 71c: No. 2 mixed, 3 care, 71c: No. mixed, i car. Be; No. 4 mixed. 1 can. He; 1 car. 70c: No. 4 flint. 1 car, 71e; no gmde, 1 car. 47 c. Oats itaodard. 1 car. Uc; No. while, t cara Mc; No. 4 whit. 1 car. 62t,c; 1-care. 52. Primary wheal receipts wr 417.10 bushel and shipments war H.0 bu"" ci. against re.elnt last year of 2J7.)0 bushels and Phlpiiimits of 156.00O bushels. , Primary corn receipts were 371.e) bush I els and shipments wer 360.0W bushels, I against receipts last year of M.OH bush aia and shipments of 470.UOTS bushel. Clearances were 11S.O09 bushela of corn, It M bushels of oata and wheat and four ruual to l7.s) bushela. . Liverpool closed lad lower on wheat and ' unchanged to hd lower oa corn. Omaha Cash Price. WHEAT-No. i hard. tl.attjl .014: No. I hard. l.Stjl.v: No. 4 hard, tletjgl.KSt. CoRN-No. whit. nmjnHc; Na 4 While. W;ie; No. t eolor. 72t72,c; : No. I yellow, tlWic: No. 4 yelaow. 70WHe; No, t, 7m;ic; No. 4. Wtlc; no trad. dosTHc. , . j OATH-No. t whlta i3.:.e: standard. l.'VneJc: No. 1 white, ti'Vottc: No. 4 whit, (tAUSsr: No. I yellow, KHt)24c No. 4 yellow. K6nie. BARl.ET-Maltlng. tscttll : "No. 1 feed, TOefwec; heavy feed. KMrtl 00. . KTK No. I. Willie; N .. Carlo Receipts. . WhaaL Corn. Oat. Chicago .......... 1 1 1 Minneapolis 31) " Omaha H . Js Uuluth Kaaaaa City Orala aaa Prevlslea. KANSAS CITT. Wrrh S-WHEAT-titewly; No. I hard. II 08MM.il; No, M, l.0i1s: No. 1 rod, W.WtfUsl; No. I, 1 ONrl (BVt. . . fOHN Unchanged to '4c higher; No. 1 inlxed. J4Mi7Mo; No- . 5: whit. Htj'sLrc: No. 2, Tr&hc. OATH-Bteady; No. I white, HHOWo; No. t mixed. ULlitc. , Closing pilces of future; WHKAT-Msy, II IHIH; July, tt4, Md; Keplember, ".. ' CORN-May. ItSc; July, Wsfjnc, aell rs; Heptrmber, 7V. i OATS-Mav. k'sttMc: July. 4c, RTB-4tlc. HAY-L'nrtianged to tl higher: choice timothy. tZ3.(s. choice pi sir Is, 100. Hl.'TTEH Creamery, lw; flraia. Mc; oe-onds, 24c; packing stock, 31V?. . KUUtf-fcxtr, JtM.oahc, firsts. 1K9 t4c. Receipts, ehlivrnls Wheat, bu ! . corn, bu 4i. so -'.' (isia bu I3.au .jo Mlaaeapall Grata Market, MINNKAPOUH, March 28. WHKAT May. Il tst,; July. II ; Heplember, 11.40. I'nt: No. I hard. 41 (e: No. I north ern. Sl.0sl 4: No. 1 northern, ,1.0441 1.4KI,: Na S, tl.44til.O4l4. KLAX-tlll. . nARI.KV-JJctill. CtlllN-No. I yellow. ittiTtc. OATH a. A HJi4v. HYB-No. I. 7c. HRAN-ln 100-lb. sack, t!S t (0. 1 1 r LaL' IV First patents, K0u.Wi far- HAMBURG AMERICAN larf s4 . Ca th Wer id 4T1 404 . Hin i.aioxkM S.1 PSESISEIT April 6, A. M. Atlantic Servtc ra. trraat ... April a, 4 A. Aavsrika April II I K II reaaajleaala. Apr. la, a r M. Hasessr Apr. m a a tiamburg dlracL Sd cabla eoiy. CROhES TS Htassrs-aMncta Una H MACS IMU C'di-tM U 4MWS asj TWO IDEALCBOISEt alKOUNlt IHt WOKLP utuKi) nxuvmaioas us aiiii Taura 9ptiaa ) l asATS Lai JAPAat I '.ewra t ' ' aas. m. w4a jly. It, HU j IT, lais. y tliTUDIl l!KFit.Ma Xoua) M.MAIIWN LA'.'U j 9850 SUAAtK CKOISeS t ta L.ASO Or tl atlaV uiua sua. Light ueiignuul cruteee wuriug daaa, falv anjl avaaeaw iruia ataaakarg ta Bess, wer, aort Cap, asstasssnjaa. as sa, siu iuratlwt It u. it ' Cost $62.51 ul t) spieseitf an. ais stsauiiss VlirvlUA LllfK." "Kho.M'tU.'si- r4.a.M ukiuc sa "aurrxa. Wrae tae aesklat it ase aratoa EJESSB-JltMEIICAI 13 W. aVaaaelpk M. Caieag. e ial atrt. r IWM 'Its- ond pateits, S4.4&94.M; first clear. IS.44 j;i; second clears. t.J"ejiT. CHICAGO CRAM AD niOVISIOXS aaass V FeaBrs f the Trailiic ! CImImb Prlrea Boird mt Trade. CHICAGO. March 28- Corn today cold at the highest prices ever known for the month of March. Kxtraordlnary scarcity of fodder, oa farms owing to protoDft-ed and aevere winter roodltton waa de clared to be rejons.hle. Cloofnff quota itona were ateady at He to S1 above laat night. Oats ftnlahed unchanged to Wtrf'-c up but wheat at decline of He to M?He and provisions dosed from be lower to 22ac higher. Speculative Intereitt centered In the corn pit. Famine in feedstuffs had become so acute thai alfalfa hay In Kansas City could only be purchased today at the ram price per pound as corn. Traders who were In a position to take advantage of the situation were jubilant buyers and there waa a bis; aggregate of miscel laneous purchasing done for the outside public as well as for disgusted short sell ers. The fact that eastern shipping call amounted to practically nothing finally induced bull leaders to counsel sales, ad vice which brought about a good deal of unloading by commission houses and resulted In a material recession from the too figures of the dav. Southwestern cash market! led the corn advance with jumps of ltf?c. At Kt. Louis the squeese In May contract! cauxed the price to go to 77c a bushel. Options for that month tn Chtcsgo ranged during thr day from 73tc to Uc, with the close i3c, a gain of bHc net Wheat sagged In view of the spring like weather which 'has been advancing northward steadily and because' of the beneficial rains that have fatten over much of the winter crop country In the last twenty-four hours. Bearish sentiment grew also out of tho fact that despite lupposed unfavorable conditions the week's shipments from Argentina prom ised to reach 4.UB0.M boahels, as against Z.fc.'l.M) bushels a year ago. Then. too. flour sales at Minneapolis were falling off and wheat receipts at the same time showed a gain. He t ween the opening and the close May fluctuated from S1.4B) 1 to $1.04. closing ateady. fcttfec down. at II. (RH. hhoris and eleventh-boor Investors took all the offerings In th oats crowd. le layed seeding and the corn bulge fur nished a motive. Outside llmhs touched for May were M'bo and &4c, with last Hales &4c. a gain of Hftc. compared with the twenty-four hours before. Provisions climbed to tip-top levels thus fsr reached for current active deliveries. Hoisted call from Investors cut a good deal of figure and so did th timely maneuvers by th paoktng companies. 1'roflt taking waa a feature In lard and ribs. In the end pork showed lvff2ZHo advance, but the rest of the list no aig niflcant change. Quotations on future ctoaed as follows; Article, Open. lilgh. Low. Close. Ysfy. Wheat) I I f I J uly. W Til W JKfcft-H Bept.l WawHtrVI Ml M M torn till May.!73.frV, ?4 July.T8Wi;4Un4l I Bept.(13HS .11 Oats I SI". ' 4SSI Ms repi. Horn 4!H 4 41 May. 17 40 17 n loel 1? UVk July. 17 10 I 17 (74 17 W 7HI i 17 H V 17 4TV4 Dept. 17 tC'U U Km, 11 ti'ii li H -II HtM tM j tl un May. July. M M0 um m l ihi ru uhi win -: Map. IDS Kept. M lt iv 1 I 19 m Ribs . May. July. 47'4l (S 1 0 llttHW 75 I K'SI is I KWBI I Kept 10 am W WW no i U.H1 A MM 1 n I t'aah quolatlona were a follows: KLOl'K Steady; winter patent. Hltft 5 ; winter straight. W.inlw tl); spring patents, KaMss-W; spdng straight. Hints L.u, battel s, tl.MMs4.su. HYK-No. :. Hc. BARUKr-'sel or mining, Tsctjtl.OO; fulr to cholc. malting, II an; I N. HKKD-Tlmoth.v, . 14. jti. Clover, liii.iSoo. ptloviaiuifnJHess pork, sn.tz.. lAra. In tierces, f 'M. Short ribs, leoae, H;s. Tula) clearances or wheat and lour were equal to IW.im bu. Primary receipt wer 4li,us bu.. 00m pared with CT.WJO (h oorresfionding day a jeear ago. Ksiiraated receipt lor tomorrow: Wheat, j cars: corn. W cam oats, Ul tain; hogs, is.voo head. t'h caan Lash rricaa-wneat. no. 1 red. fl.OS'ttll vIS; No. 3 real, tl.vutrUSV No. I hard, H.awi.w; r.o. s nam. i.;vi.vo; No. 1 northern. I1.UVI.14: No. I northern. ll.eJfll.u: No. I nonlaern. Iiueol.12; No. 1 spring. 11.0101 1: No. I spring. ll.iMtfl.10; No. 4 spring, sjrtlli.w; vsivei onaii, swesy 1144. durum, ot-4t1.07. Von. No. I, S4J ;Vu: No. s wnite, no. i- low, 7047mc; Na 1 tmlOc; Na 4 white. stUfeloic; No. 4 yellow, swriBHe. Osts, No. t white, SMliMtc-. No. 1 whits, tttjetSc; No. 4 Walt, WqoUPi. stanusru, 0rO U'c , ' live: ISO. 1. Fl. narwr: svrntl.as. Timothy seed: W0Vl4.t. Clover seed: flttntrsflo. 1 HL'ITKK-Rleady; ' craanlerlet, rtJWc Asir4s. 13sl7a. EK13 Weak: receipt, 1471 case; at mark, case included, isc; ordinary nrsts, UtilDHr: first. Wc t'HKKHK Steady daisies, lSBIc: twins, W'.VlsVtc; young Amsrlcas, U(r Wc: long horns, 1Stt30r. POTATOES Strong; receipt, 41 cars; Wisconsin, ll.?U.E. Michigan and Min nesota. 1. win. POTATOKHaktsy: turkay. Ilv. I4e dressed, lc; chicken. Mva, 13Ho; dressed, lie; springs. Ilvs, lte; dressed. Uc. .. . '. I . . .1. s..aia seesiwvms ataraei. T. 1XWI8, March M.-WUBAT-Mar. ket higher; track. No. I red. 1.H01.K; Ma t hard, tl .OStf 1 .134. CORN-Higher: track. No. I, 7IH4J1JO; No. I while, itdf.tc. 0AT8-Hlgher: track. No. J, KCitc; No. I WllllS, W'JKtC. Closing price of future: WIltAT-WaaW; May, tl.U: July, MHc. .... CORN-Higher; May, Tis4J77fcc; July, TJSc. OAT8-Highr: May. t-',c; July. atc MYK Unchanged, at Mc. KUH R Juit. but ateady; red winter patents. H n l. earra lancy ana straight. RittQ4.4i, hard winter clear. J.SA7l. SKKP-Tiroothy. lio.404JiJ.ai CtlRNMKAl-CVM. HRAN elteady ; sacked east track, KM l 32. hat arm; limotny. tatassyii.w, praina, tu neitsti. PROVIetlONS Lard, unchanged: prim team, ftitotttak lry salt meats, un changed; boxed extra short, lOV; clear rlbe. V': stwrt clean, WHc. POlLTRY-eMeady; chicken. MSe: springs, lac; turkey. 17c; ducks, Mc; Ht TTKR nrm: creamery. rUHc. KOtiS Lower; Ik. Receipts. Shipments. Klour, bhla I.'M hi) Wheal, bu 13W II.4U4 Corn, bu HOW . , Oata. bu 4t.i W.taa Mtleraake Orala Market. MILWAUKEE. March B.-WHEAT-V'o. 1 northera. II 1ml U; No. t northern. nwajl ll: No. 1 hard winter, llnejl.ol. Mav, n !1; July. smiOt CORN No. I yellow 7vntrc: No. I white. TsirTIHe; No. , 7T47Jc; May, 7T!sc; July. 7IV. , OATA Standard. MWiyjic. BARLEY Malting, l.i4jlH. l.lveeaeaal Sraila Markei. TJVF.RPOOU March 28. WHEAT Spot, ateady; No. 1 red. winter, as Id. Futures, steady; May, 7 V1; July. 7s T1: October. 7. 4d- CORN Spot firm: American mixed. new. 4 4td: Asaertcaa mined, old, I !VI; American enixea. bus aned. ts 7.d. Futures steady; May, a Vd; Bep- tember, oa 2Sd- eweta Market. PEORIA. HI.. March .-CORV- Hlgher; Na S yellow. tc: Xt 4 yellow, 71c: No. I mixed. tte; sample, tpe. OATS Higher; No. s white. Mc; standard, Mttc (axtea Market. NEW YORK, Msrr-h a.-COFFEE7-Rw No. I. 14-tr. natures closed. Meady Mar. UJsc: July. HMc. Fwtares closed barely ateady. Closing bid: March. t7e: April. 41c: May. Mile: June. Mite; July, Ml4c; August. tt tec: aetaesBber. leor; October. e bid: Noveenher. tl.72c: Deceenher, Ml7c; January, rl.;3c; eoruary, ..!. NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET Hesitation and EetetioB Again St corded on Ixchtage. FEISSTJEE A0ADTST STIXL Staaaara Oil Cess aaa y ( Ke.tacky raralahea Reasatlea mt Day b Reasarkable Rise, Mals v Cattlac Mel... NEW YORK. March a.-For the third successive seswtoo today', atock market recorded further hesitation and reaction with dealings the amalleat of the week. Apparently sentiment continued to be affected adversely by th new finsncinif of the United Htate Steel corporation, although the bond sale Is construed as notice that the s per cent dividend rate on the common ahares I IB no Immediate danger of disturbances. The market, opened. with advance of a point In Union Pacific, Southern 1'scirlc. Canadian Pacific, HI. Paul and Great Northern Or certlfleatee. The conspicu ous feature of today ( business was list transfer of speculative Interest to tue railway group. Harrlman Issues were conspicuous for there strength during the early session, but sold oft oa tne publi cation of February earning. There waa more or. less pre-sure on United Statea Steel, Amalgamated Copper and Amerl.ati Hmeltlng. these with other recent favorite, selling at the lowest i ., i. t . . k.... nnM " "'S""'"- from 1 to Z point above the low and the rally waa In progres at th end. On lh curb one of the Standard oil subsidiaries, the Standard Oil company of Kentucky, furnished the sensation of the day. The Mock opened at t. a rise over night of M point, advanced to l.u0, from which It dropped to HO, and the last sale was at Mi Th movement likely presagea th declaration of a large Mock bonus. The bond market was steady. Total sales, par value. I3.441.uA United States bonds were unchanged on call. Number M aalea aud leading quotation en stock today-were aa follows: sue. Hiss. la. Cess. Allll-Ckllslet SM Anwliaastet Ooeeer .. ABMrtcss Aarlcsltsral .. Amsrleaa Hsst gugsr... Awsrlcsa Cka Aaurlcas C. A 4 ASMrtcaa Cattea (HI.... , 'ii'i 21-s i B1 s . 4 te . tl.ws MS N4 14 : ' ts nt AsmtIcss H. A U SH. Aw. Ic gersrltlea Aerlcaa Ltssssd , Anerlcsa LetMMlles .. M4 'i 141 ASMrtcss g. A K Mil A R ,14 Aw. gtsel Posnarles Ast. tuisr Hetlslsg Amertran T. A T Amcness Tnesn. Bf4.. Amerlrss Wosies AssKla Mltlsg Os.... Alrhlsos AUBIttS I4 Allastlo Coast Lisa aaltlswn A Ueio. IMtSlaMai slssl HrsofcllB Rsslt Tr.... CaasSIss refill, , Oestrsl Leather sv 4.4M IM4 1J4'I ltl I, M 1U lUt, HI'l va Ws i.tsl 4es eJS II. tea 1M ls'4 IMIt ttl left W't WJS HI ls I" I MS lust i let i.ms r. mt ll.MS MS W t 4.10 Mm ui tat sw MS tie. 8 M W " n$ m 114 I.M4 774 Tl'i !'S IIS 144 tl tT 14 let i4 ltt iJ 4.144 11414 lHt Ut Itt Mt 4.1, M MM 3't 44 I N lit Hl' I.Kd U'l tl' Castrsl LMtsar pft Csatrsl 1 Nae Jwssy. CtMsepeske A Ohls, tlilcaeo AltM Cklcass O. W.. Mi..., Cklcats 0. W. pit , falsa, A N. W Cklea,. M. A mu T . c . a, C. A t. U Celf4e T. A I Celsreee A soul bars... Ceeaslldst use Cars Frasaots Dslswsrs A Hvosee Dasar A rue Oraaee.. SSS lt sr 1W M4 nit "4 4 A R. O. sft Dlalllltrs' Istiitllles trie krla la ft t ii t 14t . H ie . I.M Mt( II 1"4 M Kris H S'S Ussersl Klaetie ....... Oraat Kanhar pft Uraat h'artlMrs Or, elf a. 4.444 1! 11 1441, 4.4S4 111 1"1 4.104 44 41 4)4 19 HI' ltltt Ml i n n m M, l.ttt 4IH "S 41 a 111 114 114 1M H S ' ISO II II 1314 IS M Ml IIIImIs Central Istarborousfe Met. ...... Istw. Mat. a'4 latersatlansl Harvaeter . later-Martse I4 IslamatMssI Paser letersatlMst Puaia law Caetral Kasats Cltr te. K. C. s. stt LaelaS, Oss tst tt a it lal tH 41s at la Wit lei's 1 :aa 1M lal Laulartlls A NsstTllM.. Miss. A K Lou la a . at. r. A a. a. m... Ulaaaurl. K. A T M., K. T. sM U , u aIHfl H SJH 1 ant 117 i 11414 IUU. OS MV t .. . 4 , 14.4DI ' "i.to 14 . l.7t Mt , 4.N tit 4lt .44j tail. H UH aa't Nsatloesl Biacslt ....... Nal.aal Lest MS M4 ! Nae York Castrsl Iltlt Ht 1,:' at u H liati 114 net N. T . O. A w Mortal A Waatara NMtk Aaaarlrea Norther Paellis rarllta Mall las Tt1 7K ft i t) Ittai lSlt int l.W HS Kt t,;a ta Vl Kii la ie;44 lS lalw 4M 10 lal", l Pasaerlrssls Peseie'e Uaa P . . C. A t. l FIttaeiiriS teal P 3tl plk !'. ataet tar ta lit nt Pvltrus Itlaas tSr Railway Ileal gprlsg... RaaAlns Raseblls ataal M lt 14 "44 . lei MS HI '4 IMS U4I4 1.1 lit t;4i lit t!t !. 31"A Rasa Ml, steal pie Rook lilaat Ce Reek Island Oa. sft tit It Mt lit nt MS ' St , tit 41 1 a at. L A a. r. M pit... Levis m. w L A W. art Tit 44 1 t4 t aiaas lkainaM a. A I... rarltle a.Ms mt mt mt Heathers Rallear ...... m sat So. Hallway ft Tenseeses Oaaear Tessa A PaclM.-. ....... T.. ft. U A W T. tt. U A W. ptd.... Vale, rarltl, .... 1 aaa 1.I0S i.tas 54's 74S t ' 'l ut res it i.i tea u'i r r aaa Hit let Palan Part Ma sf t'alsst atstes Raaltr... l-oltot Btataa Rwbber... aoa'li'J tit 41 Tit t Lit ' 44t ' 44i t.sa Vailed Blalsa steal 141 tat ' a aa ll:a mt 119 tit sat tf U- a. steal ft L tak csessr Va.-CaraUs Ckasilcsl US! tt is sim at tit Waaaih Wabsak pf4 Waatars Uarlsat ... Weetlivjlaiue Ilaetrls it last I an l.tat 1Pa tst tt Mt Waatars Lslea wseellet A U lbles Valley If TH . It tat lt 141 144 tTilss Capper . t it tt at, Ray CeassltMlte AaterteaB Toaaoes .... . It.! lt 1I . pht ait ui tt aKa4lrlae. Total aslaa tee the ear. Mt.lst satraa : New Ttarst Meaey Markei. NSW YORK, March J8.-MONBY-OS call, steady, at JStJlt pen cent; ruling tat, it Per cent; eloelng bid. H, Per cent; offered at per cent. Tim loans, firm; lxty day. !4ttlH P"" cent: ninety day. I43 Per cent; six months, l PR1MB MERCANTILK PAPER 44J4H per cent. , . tkhijno KXCHANOE Steady, with actual business In banker' bill at M M for sixty-day bill and at M aaa) lor de mand ; commercial bill. M.Bt-K1LVER-Mxlcaa dollaia. 47c. BONUS-Oovernment, stesd); railroad, Meady. Closing aueUHons on bonds todsy wer as fellows: S. A ret. Is, rsg...l4tlstae. M. M. Mu... ts', ea asopee Itefjapea ts t B. A to. rag W tte . aaass lltK. C. Se. lot la .. Tl B. A aa. est, Hi L I tea aa ml.. n onsaa 114 LAN. SSL 4a..... 1 Allla-CaaL I Is... 4t 'U K. A T. 1st ta. Mt Aaar. At Is IMS 4. f. I Ha. S A. T. A T. e. ts..lUMo. Parltlc t 7t Aw. Toharcs ta VSN R R st M Its : oes ts t"tN. Y. C. a. It-.-. Anssar A Pa. 4ts.. at 4 eaa 4a. t.', AtraiasB aaa ts tN. Y. N. B. A H. t. . a mt ee. 4a Ill . (t is iafX. A W. 1st a 4s.. MH A C L I 4s 4. ee. 4a ...lies Sol A Oka) ta tNe rettfk tt " s tts rk on set sAW. It tit"" I L if4a ea... Ut not. Tr. rr. 4a.... Cresa or. Its till.. ITS t.ta at OS. ta Ht o M 4a lact Co. Leatkar aa KSRestls (o. 4s tit '. st h. a se .Kita u a a r. u as us Ooa A Okie 4ts...ll ee pa. la... u, o ct. to. 41St L a w e .. T', Ckksss A A Its.. a:s te lot sM .... 4lt C A A VI L 4b.. -t" A L a41. ea.... 7t t. es as M Pat eaL ta ... !', C. 1.411. 1 tl. ee. 4a t4t A L A r. a ta TTt a Kt ret. te e rta ta WS-So Reinw ..14.-4, .. 7S rets. lot. to Tit o aw. ta fete. Mlt. as. ts vsla. radii, 4a. A a r A e tses, ee ee. ta lei D A B. ee. ta a, tst A rat. ts... PT D. A R. O. ts.... PS li. a Rehear sa....wt o raf Is. -. VSl' A stool tt Is.. ..tela. ntallHear 4s -Car. Ckaam. is.. MPS ogrts a L Oa attWstaat tst 4s. IKt s pa, aa iw a. isew. as.... ass so ea. 4s. oar. A satWaatars MA 4a..... rt te asrlos ttsWaaa,- BWor. re. Is.. MS RIK CT. 1B...2.W1. CtfiUal 4S tZ Iti. Os. tst est. 4S MtMe lte. ee. Is Istoe Mat- Its St'rasesB M 2t atak at Bautlaad Stalewaeat. la-lNTX)!. March 2A-Tne weekly state ment of the Bank at England ahow tn followifur chanares: Total reserve, oe ereaaed da.t; circulation. Inorwas.d A44iast; bullion, deereaaed C4X.711: ether securities, decrwaeeo lw WSJ. ether ae ooeita decreased iaL4; public depos its. Increase) tCJ., notes rtserv, d- creased fjK. Government securities, unchanged. The proportion of the bank reserve to liability thla week la 4JU per cent: last week It waa 43.13 per cent. Iad.a t-k Market. IXINOOS. March S.-Amertcen securi ties opened at a fraction higher today. Price advanced on covering during the early tradlna. and at, noon the market was steadv. with value ranging from 1 to I. higher than yesterday e New York eloelng. London closing Mock quotations: Csaesls, T ..n l-Kboekntlls it Ksss-.WH tm aM 71 1-HMs.. Ksa. Tsa.. si's Asstl. cesser a T. OsMral US'. assesses sSKstteik ft wesurs.u:w Aris I"H . ;. . pt4 lsOitrte 4c Wjwtera. 9 BtltHsera a Osie..l sssjlssia 4J iulki rsclfle ..2IISIUS4 Mises Sit OMsseesk 41 Okie. :v.Rii d t. Great Wssters. 1 aostser. By J Chi.. MIL a' . P.11SH Me p ' Ds Iter IsVlewssrs PsrlfUj ...lnH Dtrar as IIS O.... HSlnles Pacific .....ITI e M 4H s sT4 St Erie C. stett l 1st sr4 sf4 llil. as M sia 44Va.tm.h ; Ois4 Trunk S 4. s(i 3. Illlnela Cssiial ....Uft , 0-4l. SILVER Bar. steady at St lJ-Wd per ounce. MONKV-MiJU per cent. The rate of discount In the open mar ket for short bills la 3S434 Per cent: for three month' kill. IW4 Per cent. Beete. staek Markei. BOSTON, March . -Closing quotations on atock wer as folioaa: , AlkHM 49 Hohawk ... . 41!t . t . t . lit . t Wt AbmL casssr ...... BIM.MlTsas i ASML Cwn SMuNhtsos CMI. A. X. U a 15 NIHI Mil Artsaas Csbl 4tons Bvti..... A C. C. a 8. M. Nna uw ..... il. A ArtsMS n OI4 Poailsioa .. al. A Heels SSk 1I ......... ...111 'estesnlsl Mtunser :.. at .. Kssge C. r'...: EaM BsU C. M... tithanaos ..'... HSoparler USSsparler A B. ut, M... ' Kranslls Olraai Oa ....... Orsssr Ces Orsese Cansnes ... atTanarseii n ettt I. A M... 1st at ts pf STSttaB t'ae IVl'taa Copper t. 44'Wlsons ittWotverlae ...... it. itArsie Csseer. Kerr Lea Lake Copper Ls sails COptor ... Misnl Cesetr .... 14 .... 41S 4, ....III New V.ek Mlalaaj Jrtecks. NEW TORK. March Closing quota tion on mining stocks were: Altos ... SOS euttle Cklst I Bmsselrk Caa Meiteaa ae Com. Tub. stack... 14 Onurte 14: ae easts It Opalr l Co. Cel. A Vs.... It ataodart It free surer 11 V allow Jacket, 114 Leeellle Ces, 1 tllfara. f e.dltloa af Trees. ry. WA8HINOTON. March S.-AI the be ginning of buslnesa today th condition of the United State treasury was: Work ing balance In treasury office. AM.'!.). In banks and Philippine treasury, irc.aii.- h. Total balance In general fund waa, H3S.SJ7.tKK. Ordinary receipts yesterday wer UwkIII. Ordinary disbursement. I7.MR. Deficit to date this fiscal year I ll4.iai.ofJ0 against a deficit ot ll.42i.lij at thla time last year. These figures ax- elude Panama canal ana puunc ueui transaction. n.ak ( le.rlaa. OMAHA. March . Bsnk clearings for today wr U.m.naS.M and for th corre sponding dsy last year 2.gw.aa.a. n'BW YORK GENERAL MARKET Oa.tatl.as of Ike Dar Varlaa. ( aaa aa eel tire. NEW YORK, March 24-FLOUR- KtMdv: snrlne iiat.nls. ao.2olll&.tl0: Winter straights. H.3ot4.; winter patents, .) 4.W; aprlng clear, at.zaaii.au; wmiei n.w, No. 1, I3.iiaj,l.w; Winter extra vv. , LI 66rj3 o; Kansas straignts. n.ii-"o. Rv flour, ateady: fair to good, RIjj4. phnlM In tmnnv. aXOMil.ta. CORN M E A L Hteady : fin whit snd yellow, 11 bo41.70; coarse. Il.9efjl.ii0l kiln dried, p 0. RYE Bteatiy; pio. a, pbc. e. i. .. nutiaita BAKLbY-Uulet: mailing. $l.S(jLW, e. L f.. Buffalo, w HaTAT-Snot. steadv: No. t i 1.IA. exiwrl basis, to arrlv. and tl.00, f. o. b. aflost; No. 1 northern, liuluth, II.1IV f. o. b.. afloat, opening naviga tion. Th futures market waa easy early on th. rabies, hut rallied on covering oa dec reeling local stock ana export sate of two loads of red wheat and six loads of Manitoba, but price lost part of the advance under proru-taaing, ciowin. V net lower.-' May. 41 uestn os t-io. closed at H.4e,; July, l.M4Jl.vi. dosed at I1.041. Receipts, S,A) bu.;(shipmnt. Otl.'MV ou. CORN Spot, firmer; No. I, nominal; export. 77Hc, nominal, r. o. o.. atioat. The futures market wss nominal. .No receipts. OATS-Spot. firm: atandard whits. lc. 'tvalor; No. S, lie. Th future market was nominal. Receipt. 45,76(1 bu. HAY-Plrm; prime. H.TMjMO; No. 1, fl JH41.; No, 1 1.1M1.3B; No. , IL tal.ia . . , HOPf4 Firm: state, common to choice. U1I, I63c: 1910. nominal; Pacific coast, lil. 4lii44c; 1110, nominal. v HIDKtL-Bteady; Central America, 24 Uc; Bogota JJ4i4o. 1JSATHKR Firm: hemlock first. 164 J7c; seconds, MWc; thirds, , 21X9c; rs Jects, lac. . PROV1P10NS Pork, firm: mess, 111.764 1 S5; family. A0oa21.(; short clear. 117.71 4II7J. Beef, firm:- mens. tllvuttllW: family ll.W 15 W; beef lims. 127. . Cut meat. Aeady; pickled bellies, 10 to 14 pound, 19 5u Is. So: pickled ham. IH.Sutf 12 OL Ird, Meady; middle weet prime, ta 6trl.K; refined, strong; continent, $1., south America, 110.16; compound, I7.0a 735 ' TALLOW-Steady: prim city hhdl, Ic; tneclsl, 4jc: country. oA.tWc BUTTER Firm; taceipte. 1 Ml tun; creamery pclal. tic; extras, JISc; flrsta stwvllc: slate dairy, finest. tJlc; good to prime, I74Mpc; common t fair. Ut) Sic; process special, r.r.htc; xtraa. 2Hc; ftrsts. IttjiJiSc. CHEEfE-FIrm: receipts, 1.S4 boxes; stste. whole milk, -whit or colored, held, average fancy. 1"c - eoos Unsettled; receipt. X7.5J4 cases: fresh gathered, extra. SMtsic; first. 2w: second. IlftJl'tc; western fathered, white. Key-to. POULTRY AHv. Meady: western chickens. 13c: fowl. Ittilt'tc: turkeys. lst)20c ilreteed, dull; tiesh killed fowls. UWltrVtc; frotea turkeys, 13022c. I Caff Market. 4 ' NEW TORK. March 78. X)FFER Fn lures market opened Meady at a decline of 1 points on October and of! to 11 . . .ooiha under European selling and bearish pressure Inspired by utrge" receipt, at Braaillan port nd tower European cables. Support from leading trad Interest Imparted a Mead EtSa Su. nrketd th. clowsa steady net points lower to 4 points h her tWes. 74.0W bag. March. 13.72c; AprU. llTtcTMiy. Uc: June 134:; Jul" line: August, KOOc; Weber. uasc' October. H-Otc; November. U. Sec. IhS. uTwc: January U: Febru arv II. o. Havre waa im trine lower at the close after baving "" J"""' ta UTS. Re ceipt. Tt tn. t Brasilia port. . Sis attimst bag "t year. Jun dTahvecelpts. .00 bag. against last year. - New York r,10".,,.."4: J.Vr'. i... t baa. aaalnM 11.711 ertee " i::.- . ..ii Bant. 1 Wimj . ... . canie report- w - Ko, T, .2? SZZ: St. i lW.- - Mild, dull; Cordova, IKpiSsc nominal, . ' Metal Market. ' u.-l, peMKTALS- tVvilili Lotel eales were twenty-five lla.leoie.ee. " : , iMutnn asav: ' ,'.,. fir i. id. aw Cl: .' . x. Tor today. WO mats rT"" Mans ahow tt- sjS ton. so far thl montu riSi eotverlS?TISa-': electrrdytlc tt", ' T-lilkli lSloe. Tin. weak. "'roi. is: M.rch. 142 6041W; ! "V. .T7"..-:, a,- M.v 141 4fiGi: June, rT- tVite.4;4. New York . H'54 i ' - . . . I ndon. flC J ewer. P" . "r'l, - v- York SK Ik bfci. otnet: .e7:- iUt. n lmJUn IwM. Antl- Kaet BL. Le""; m??Jr' 'nti ila TSd In laOTMkHl. foury. ru. .g a.aae Market. XEYr YORK. March 3. -SUGAR - Haw. Meady: muscovado. eee.trifwg.1. t,r.;..?n?13 " teat, A sac. ne"'" a . OMAHA LIE STOCK MARKET Beef Stem Slow, but Steady, Cowi Steady to Strong. . HOGS AXE XOSTLY TTTL HIGHER beep aad Laaak ( All Klad Sell la A beat tbe tM 4ebea a Reparted Wednesday Feat a res at Trade. SOUTH OMAHA. March S. 111. Ttecetms were: Cattle, llogs. Sheep. Official Monday .! Official Tuesday S.I74 17.S3 .7 S.96--. .7W) Official Wednesdav.... i.toi J4.fn Estimate Thursday 1 l Hour day thla week.:i.17! .S1 S7 5 Same days last week... 18.7 4S.U4 SamadsvilnkL o..ll LJ.1K 44.K7 8ame days S wka ago..ls 331 .7 W imadavalwlis aro..U.SI W H4 3.1 8ame day laat year.... 51.13 4l.il! a.4l The following table show the receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep at south Omaha for the jeer to date a compared 111. iwi;. inc. a. Cattle M.TUl t1. Hog W.i.'t osf ttS S;.47j Sheep ...774 1US.C7 1.:4 Th. follnwlna table ahows ene range Ot price paid for hog at tfomh ouuiiA (on the last few days, with coni'.afaons. Dele 1IU. llll.191.ll.:l'l.a'7 ilSi. M'ch t Wn M e 1 t 441 4 I. M'ch SI 7 ts.! Kl I 4 7el !t Is M'ch 22; 7 ft I 4 47 19 4, it, e j II M 'ch 31 W I 4 4e 10 1' I Jt, 4 .'I 1. UVk en e Is at H .3' 51! I WI1 e I 34 M'ch SI 7 HI SilO til 4 l l l ch !ij I Itrfsi " 1 H W s "1 w wo, w jo M'cll J7 717 SS !75l.!7j1ll M'ch 58 ..'0 4S10W . a 5 t m 27 Sunday. - , Ttecelnta and dianoaitlon of Ilv stock at the Union Mock yards. South Omaha, for twenty-four hours ending at 1 o cloca yesterday: Hllt.6iria-.rtta. Cattle. Hoa. Sh'p. H rt C M. A St. P. Ry. Wabash K R S 4 4 ' 2 32 4 Union Pacific ..... 3 C. A N. '., easv.. 7 C. A N. W., west... it C, vt. P. A O.... I C. B. A Q., east., t C, R. A Q.. weet... 11 C . R. 1 A P., east., i llllnol Central .. 4 Chi, Great Western 1 Total receipts.. ..121 138 Tl , LlSP08!TION-HEAD. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Omaha Parking Co.... Ss l.UL'4 Sw if l t Company oa 1.43s Cudahy Packing Co.;.. 7i t7 774 iDl 941 Armous A Company... 3o4 SchwartP-Holcn Co 2.W J. W. Murphy 6.wt7 Hurton A Co. 174 Kin Clair 1 - ... i 'line A Christy K7 w. Jl. vansant CO l Hill Hon Ilil .i. F. R. Lewi 67 Huston A Co 17 J. Hr Root Co M J. H. bulla 12 L. F. Husi n L. Wolf McCreary Carey 7 S. Werthelmer A Uegen 1' H. F. Hamilton 2 Mo. A kan.-Cal. Co.... M Other buyers M Total 143 U.4 CATTLE Receipt of cattle were lib eral for a Thursday. 117 car being re ported In. This make the total for the four dsys this week 21,171 head, which la larger than any recent week and fully a larg a a year ago. Having been heavy buyers all the week and Mill having a good many cattl from which to select such stuff waa wanted for th filling of ordera, buyers wers very much .Inclined to take their time. The result was that beef steers were slow snd dull sll the morning, but Mill price remained practically ateady with, yester day. This would mean that the market la around Wttloc lower Than last week's close. Th quality of, til cattl wss very poor, there being nothing -loppy or reerty choice In sight. Cow and heifers wer in gooa aemana th tarn a they htvs been practically every day thla week and they sold at prices Hist wer eteady with yesterday snd for thst matter steady with a week to. Ther wer no fleshy or heavy feeder of any consequence In tight, but tne reei ine waa that thev would command steady prices or in other words prices limy a!otv or .v.i Mtrona as corooareta wiiii laat week's cloee. on the other hand ther wa quite a sprinkling of light cattl on the Mocker order and they were low and weak, the market being a little lower even than last Friday. Ountatlnna on cattle: tiood to choic beef Meers, I7.0ejs.u0; fair to good beef steers, kWi; common to fair beet steers. fe4t.60; good to choice heifer. K.60tJA2: good to choice cows. M.7iaJ6.76. fair to good cows. s4.09tY4.7s; common to fair cow. H Ooejton; good to choice Mock- era and feeder.. !6.ooT4.o; fair to good stockers snd feeders. lo.aMw.otl: common to fair stockers and feeders. st-waa-A: Mock heifers. B.304.S; veal calve. M.00 1.00: bulls, stag, etc.. t4.iotte.taf. Representative sale BEEF 8TEER& . At. ft. ..... aat A 4i ..... ns 4 is m t a nt t a ..... K) I Si ..... m is .,'... lal t 44 lsti tt .....IM4 III HI lei ; leu I tn tM ten t u 124 t 44 ..... ui I a Na Ar Pr. M use t a It lis t I I.. I T.,n. II 11 IS..... 2. II .....ISM at 12M 4 U I2S4 4 M ma t a 1IH at 117 t M , hps a, 1147 I Pa , till Is ml a I2tl I It 1241 1 li .....IMS T IS 1W1 I 11.... It. A. ua I4i COWS. ui i m HIT I M ai is .....its;. I ta ..... Ml I IS .... pet t a ..... tt 4 ,... SM 4 M .111 I M ...... cat 1 It an I is 1414 I Bl II tn I ...... ITI I i S24 I M 1424 I M 1414 I S J.:::: li.-.. I t im t si i ;t I IM I I it;i I n M PM I Ti 1 1314 I IS ' 1141 I at IS lei I M I .....lit! IS t net 4 ta I Hit I to i.... I.... I..., . iss t at my a aa I' HEIFERS. ... am ta ... UI t M Ut 41 ... 41 4 a ...sat 4 ... ti2 I at ... Mi 7, II ... 7to I at ,.. II IU ... Til I ii ... W I ,., set it ... IT i ai ,.. 74? S 7i J74 ,.2T 4 at ... Ml I ti .. .1214 I 2 ...12S 1 li Si si.:... t a w is...., it T ..... ui t a K7 t 23 nt t li i BU .....1171 4 a . i - I US 4 5 .. 1. ........ lit 4 i . 1 im 4 a S , 1114 i 1 iu I aa i , ISli I 45 . .J;;- .last 6 it .113 I St .114 4 M .la i Li .142 I ii 1.... I ... I.... 1.... 4.... A... I.... CAL.V bo,' ...at i a tt T 3 II T S ..... I IH IN I St ?2t I 3 lis I et li I to ITS I tt ..... 1 to I to , Ui I to 18 IN ... SM I aa ... 14 I 44 - ... in I a ... stt 1 1 ... ssi I a ...sal 14 ... Hi 4 14 ... IM 5 ... II IS ... Ill IS ,1 , -1 , S , 11 ...... X..... I. I I 21.... II... 1 ... I... T 1 la tt 'rrvirKERS AND FEEDERS. ... ta 4 44 it .. 71 I ii ill l U M TSt I Ii ; 427 J 2 4 ri I ti u )3 1 pa t K as 1 21 11..... 7a 5 tl rt.... a..., it.... 24... 27.... H4 I a SI Sll I w tn I a 3 pm ii lit ii 4 171 IM ot II a... a... HOGS Hot: trade had a good healthy tone from the start and all no ej took plenty of Interest in various offerings with shipper leading. Some business Is lone during eerly rounds at figures 6c higher, but packer were rather back ward In allowing thl advance and the market settled to . level. leneraHy a nlckM higher, bulk selling aa this basis. Re ceipts were moderate amounting to leas than M.aa head and clearance was made la verv rood seasots. Shipper favored ejualltr rather than weight and purchased freely, taking more than one-thiro of the total receipts. Usual spreads exist rd bet wen neavlea, butcher and lights and whUe the trade was not suite st) uneven as yesterday. margins between the three classes of Mock were not any too clearly defined. Beat heavy hoes on sale brought I7.&. as compared with yesterday's limit of I7.4t ea with yeeteroay a iim't oi ..ww and bulk of the run moved within 7. til 7.0. Bacon weights occupied the low spread, selling from 17. 4s downward, but verv little busineaa was. transacted below the 17.5 mark. Ne. A., th. Pr. ... 7 at .. 1 lit Ke. At. . rr. m tJ is 44 lit tl m n n ... t t n lea -.. J ie ti m t. .....34 T IS tl M.'.-.llt ... " 0 tl.. a li. is pt ta 44 1 M II! h 1 n ... I is IS, tt tut et I 4t si 4 1 4 Sit 7 H 1 M ..171 4t 21 tS. St 4 Sli 44 nt 14 m 4t TM a .Met 44 lot U M St IM a mi Tt I Tt lit at iti Tt 1 H :ilt u ni tt 7 Li ... i a ... 7 ii ... li ... lii ... 1 U ... 7 LI 44 1 14 MTU U H7 4 C4 It 21t k :it 42... 1 it m ... I ii ... Til M 5 Li .. t It ... its ... li! .. T ti M 1 ii li rtt is i ! ... 1 4t a iti ... I li it: 44 74 : 1st- It T ts. Mi 11 241 71 144 U 234 21 Ml 2t 214 il 2t M 21 7 It - fl 244 n.. .23 M T 4 ....IM 1 41 let I 44 T at 1 ; m 1 tt T 14 I ii T I I ii I Si I U ::::s ....tTt ....rw ... 74 211 SM T li it 2t ... Ill 2li 124 I ti .222 44 i 41 ... i ii .201' 44 7 4i . i. !fi .211 .' 7 ti .224 Mt 7 4i .:ii ... T ti .244 ... Hi .24 .. 1 li .201 , 44.1 ti til 7 li ts at 49 214 . 84 SI ' 11 214 2se 74 244 SJ 2Tt 41 247 1J 274 I li 1 u 7 K a. ... ,1 4 a I aa I as 17... It... It... !...' 24... t 44 0 23 IM. T 49 ii Ml ... 7 4 71 2.1 ... J 4i 74 ..224 -12t T 4i 7t 22 ... TM 12 1U BV 41 S04 -.JZ at it :u .t.:-n m ..12 ... T 4i . 21 7 It ..St ... t ti ..214 ... 7 li II.... 4.. St.. ...2tt ...-I4S ,...Slt ... Iti PK1S. ... I 114 '... IM It... 8HEEP-Sheeo barn ... IT ... iit arrivals were roughly counted at 18.0) head but only aauortlon of this estimate consisted of bona fide offerings as something like fifty loads wore consigned through to eastern feeding atatlona. Stock that wa offered for sale met with A generally healthy demand, and the market as a whole presented no new feature of con sequence, ruling generally ateady. - . Fat lambs outnumbered sheep, the same as on all days recently, snd practically everything came in the fleece. Really good ewe w shown even more plainly, the trade remaining almost barren. Packers wanted sheep and made no secret of their needs but seemed to be rather timid about loading up with lamba This sttltude was explained by the un equal proportion of the two general classes of stock, aggravated by compe tition from shelling lambs buyers. These traders are buying considerable fat Muff for a speculative short-term at killers' nrlcea. and the division of the cron does (not meet with packers' approval, buyers ireiuentiv waiiint umu .iiaaiai. imio retired before getting into the market. Fat shearing lamb sold early at 17 li with packers willing to psy (7.25 or bet ter for toppy westema. Mexicana were quotable at quarter premiums but non were available during tne ior pan ot the-session. Few anrlna lamba were In cluded In tbe run, desplt the proximity of Easter, but a good apnncer are wanted at til and better. Fat swea, wether and vart!nga shoered on ma terial price changes, we being quotabl up to ft IS. compared witn lasi wee it a ciose, im lock values are closing general steady, packers buying big bulk of offerings. Three daya buy on country account amount to 1,300 bead, mostly fat ahear Ing lamba . Quotations on heep and Lambs: Lsmbs, good to choice, 7.V7.D; lmb. fair to good. M-SOtrt.Ou; lambs, shorn, 6.Mje.0; fat sneering tamos, eo.onwi.i'', J"1''1'' k.nHv a; betas,: vaarhnjcs. heavy. M M loo; yearlings, common. lo.6Otje.00: weth ers, good to choice. Iti.8fctti a; wethers, fair to good, .4.itr..: ewes, rood to choice, i.ltatjo.lo; ewes, fair to good, f4.il .... rtepreeentati.e Av. . ft . 71 . 77 . 78 . 71 .. U' .71 .. 7 .. 12J Pr. 7 (ft I0D 7 15 7 ls 50 7 25 175 i 15 6w fed shearing lambs ... I fed shearing tamos, cui.s 201 fed lambs 170 fed lambs I fed yearlings M fed lambs in fed lamb i fed limbs, cull rO fed welhers . 1? red yearling ..;v.-rn.... 20 fed ewe ,110 lit , n 6 in 2t fed ewe 10 to 77 10 It 71 7 S 7 SS 100 lii ; w IM fed lambs 7e fed lambs 9 fed yearling wethers 173 fed ewe 241 fed shearing lamb 3t fed shearing lamb.. CHICAGO LIVI STOCK MARKET Deaaaad far All Klad al Black I Steady. CHICAGO. March 3S. CATTLE Re ceipts, 1.000 head; msrket Meady to lc lower; beeves, l&KtfS fc: Texas Miier. M40O5.7S: western steers. fc4V.ie): Mock er snd feeders. $4.Hl : cows and heif ers. !.t.: calvet. .60ejS.IO. HOOS-Recelpts. 24.000 head; market lftw, and steadv: llrht. f7.p(Pa77.77H: mixed. t7.4647.: heavy. 7.507.KV: rough. 7.! ftf.w; pig, So.n..ij; ouia ot aaiea, a' "sHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 18.000 heed; market strong to 16c higher; native. I4.33f.2i; westerns. 4.4ili.S0: yearling. K.764S7.CO: native lambs, e5.75tj7.ai; west rn lamba, K.25ti.2a. Kansas City I.It Stack Market. vaksas CITY. Mo. March 8. CATTLE Receipts. 1400 head, including 301 southerns; market steady: dressed beet and export steers. fMOaJCS; fair to sood. Aij0t;.0: western steers. IB.799 l.tt; auitaoia ' .n. . . , . , southern steers, ei.754J7.36: southern cow, 13.Sft6e.iO: native cows, t3.25W 10; native heifer. I.7M7.00; bulls, l-l.:Be.76; calves, HOQS-Rerelpts. 7.S00 head: market 5c to 10c lower; bulk of sales. I7.poV7.80; kmw it 1G4H37 IB: Deckers and butchers. ro4si:.); lichts, t:.W.&, pit. ..a -A 8HETEP AND l.AMB8-I!eceints. 10.001 hesd: market loc to loc ntgner; .amoa. 17 loa7.6; yearlings, M.0fH.ti0; wethers. 1.JO.0(i: ewe. $4.50119.75', Mocker and feeders, tri.Wtyl.50. SI. I.e.l I I e Stock Markei. ST. LOt'18. March 2. CATTL fc7 Re ceipts, 1.30 head, including 301 Texns; ...l..t steadv: nativ ahipplng nd ex- w. steers. r.904ttl0: dressed and butcher steers. 15.hWi8.00; steers under 1 as) nounds. 1 26416. 75: stockers snd feeders, H.254J4.: cow and heifers. K.K e.- -j.- nnn... t' OMM OO: bulla KsiotiAiO: caivea, to.09.OO: Ttxss and Indian steers, 5.uOt7.); cows and heifer. 13.50 HOGS Receipts. 8.0M head: market (c lAa,.r niea and llehts. I7utp8.5v: mixed snd butcher, 17.t34j7.a5; good heavy. $7.80 'sHEKP AND LA M B8 Receipts. 4.0H0 hrf market Wc hlxher: native muttons. M. 00417.21: lambs, t'0i.W-. culls and bucks. X2.204V4.W; nwKera, .ooiv.oe. SI. Jeeeph Live Stack Market. ST. JOSEPH. March . -CATTLE Re ceipts. ljw head; market steaay; steers. M5OB1.0O; cow and hellers, l3.S4Jl.ai, calves n .VajidO. HOGS Receipts. II, head: market steadv: top. 17.81: bulk of sales. 17 4643 EHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts, 10M hesd; market Meady: lambs, s.it4J7.7i. Stack la Plabt. " . Receipts of live Mock at th five prin cipal western markets yesiertaay: . Cattle. Hog. Sheep. South Omaha St. Joseph Kansas City St. Louis Chicago Totals.... .U.3t BW.3M K7W Dry Market. NEW TORK. Msrch 2X DRY GOOD8 The cotton goods markets were quieter during the day with prices Mill very firm. Jobbers sre doing a saoderste busi ness for this period of the year. Raw silk Is Meady, but inactive. Men's wear deltveriea are alow and th market de anants is nesoi. Eva p. rated Apple, sad Dried Fee its NEW YORK. March SA-EVAPO-RATED APPLES-Market quiet and prices are nominally unchanged. On the spot fancy are quoted at f-tjle'tc; choice, SteiSV-: prime. 7M7c. riRiKD FRUITS Prunes, dull, weak: quotations range from 4Sc to lHc for California up te JO-Ivs and tjUc for . 1.000 S.SOO 10.701 . l oot H OW S 0n . 2 9 - 7) 10.4m . 1.300 ion 4tt . 5.000 24.000 U.OOO Anricots. easv wun a ouiei: trade: choice, 14114":; extra choice, lie Bite: fancy. 11V. Heachefc very quiet with aa easy undertone; choice, ira. u"ev - ... . 1wj 4tWc; entra cnoi,-e. '"''''"U-'T loose muscatels. fcrrSV'; choice t fancj seeded. se7V: aeedless, i'itjil,; Lon- don layers, Jl.togl.ti. OMAHA CEXKRAI. MARKET. utrmrji No. 1. l-lb. cartons. 12c: No. 1 In 10-lb. tubs, Sc; No. 2, 9uc; packing. S2c- CHEESE Imported Swiss. r: Ameri can Swiss, lac; block Swiss, 22c; twins. 21c; daisies. 22c: triplets. JS2c: young America, Be; wise laoet onca. -at. um berger. 2-lb.. 20c; l-lb.. 23c. - FISH (fresh frosenr-Pickerel. Sc: white, lie: pike, 13c: trout. 22c: large erappiee. 12tJ15c; Spanish mackerel, 19c; eel. lie; haddocks, 13c: flounders, 13c; green rat fish, lie; roe shad, tl each; shad roe. per pair, UHc; salmon. 10c; halibut. 11c; yel iaw nnh ar: buffalo. 9c: bullheals lie. POULTRY Broilers, 5 Mi7.50 per doa; springs, e: bens. 17c; cocks. Uc: ducks, lty20c: geese. I1- turkeys, 23c; pigeons, per dot.. II. It Alive: hens, 12c; old roost ers and stsgs. c; old ducks, full feath ered, 12c: gee, full feathered. Sc; tur kevs, 14c; pigeon, per doe., 0u; homers, per dot, UH); squabs. No. i. 11.50; Na 2, Wc. BEEF CUT PRI0E8r-r.ibs: No. 1. Wc: No. J. !4c; No. X. 12c. . Lola: No. I. 194c; No. X, lSHc; Na J, 14c Chucks: No. I, liic; No. 5, 7ic;, No. 3, 7',c; . Rounds: No. s, 11c; No. 2. 10c; No. 3. 10c Plates: No. 1. Mc:, No. 2. Sc; No. 2. Sc. ' LOINS-No. I lie; No. 2. lM4c; No. a, Ic CHUCKS No. L to, No. 1. 7.c: No. 1. RIBS-No. 1. UTio: Mo. Z, 14c; Na X 'ROUNDS-NO. 1. lie; wrp.' i lOVic; NV. t, 10a PLATES Ns. 1. rc:'Na S, ji4c; 1, 4c FRUITS Apples: Extra fancy Ben Davta. per bbl., 14.00: Jonathan, per bbl., 15.00; fancy Winesaps, per bbl., R; fancy Missouri Pippins, per' bbl.. t ; fancy Ganos, per bbt. $4.25; Idaho Jons thsn. extra fancy, per box, 12.50; Wash ington bpltxenserg. per box, 12.50: Waab Ington R Beauty, per box, 12.2S; Washing ton .-Htvaian Wlnesans. per box. .5tL Bananas: Fancy select, per bunch, 12.259 tm: Jumbo, per bunch. 12. Total 74. Cran berries: Wisconsin fancy, per bbL, 110.75; per boy, XL 75. Dates: Anchor brand, new, 30 l-lb. pkga Id boxes, per box. 12.25; Dromedary brand, uv, 30 t-lb. pkgs. in boxes, per box, 13.00. Flgt: California, per case of 13 Na 13 pkga, 15c; per caa of M Na 12 pkga, 12.50; per case of 60 Na pkgs.. 12.0(1; bulk, in 2 snd sO-lb. boxes, per lb., 10c; New Turkish, 5-crown In 2o lb. boxes, per lb., Uc; H-crown In 10-lb. boxes, per lb., 14c; 7-crown In 10-lb. boxes, pr lb., lie Orspe Fruit: Florida, it site, per crate, 15.01; 44 site, per crate. 15.50; 54-45 sites, per crate. 17.00. Grapes: Mslaga grapes In bbla. 17.00w7.5n. Lemons: Limoneira selected brand, extra fancv, 300-36o sites, per box, t.: Loma Limo neira, fancy, 3M-3M use. per cox, eo-oO; 240 and 43 sixes, doc per box less, oranges: tea: :tr . PseV California Camellia Brand, navels, sxtra fancy. 6-us-iao-i7i-3U-2ia-i9 alxeo. box, 13.24; extra choice, all sites, per box. Kso; ciepnant nrana, l2-ll-17t-:w-210-2M sties, per box. 13.50; Lion brand, ao-3sv-3Z4 sires, per nox. H-x. VEGETABLBB Beets: old crop, per lb.. 2Hc; Cabbag:' Wisconsin, par lb.. 4c; new California, per lb., 4c Celery: Cali fornia Jumbo, per dot., 11.00; Florida, in the roucn. and $ doc. per ease, it t, Cucumbers: Hot bouse, per dot., li.Ou. Egg Plant: Fancy Florida, per dot.. .00. Garlic:. Extra fancy, white, per lb., lie. ijettuce: e,xira lancy leati, per ass., 4oc. Onions: California, white, boillne. nee it. 7o: WlsoonMn, yellow Globe, per lb., 4c. reo uioae, pwr in., tit, opauisn, per crate. 12.35. Parsley. Fancy southern, per do, bunches. uw7oc. Parsnips: Per lh. Itvc. Potatoes: Minnesota Red River Early onto seed, per ou.. ti.ao; Wisconsin whit stock; per bu., 11.4001.50; Minnesota Early Rosa seed, per bu., 11.40; Blls Triumph, seed, per bu., 11.40. Rutabagas. In sacks. per lb., mc Tomotoes: Florida, per . basket crate. 13.76: Cuban, per (-baskeh carrier. 13.50. Turnips: Par lb.. 2to. MISCELLANEOUS Tarragona, per lb, lMfcc; in sacks lots, lo less. Cocoenuta: fer sacs. so.w. niDerts: rer lb., lte; In sack lots, lo less. Peanuts: Roasted. In sack lots, per lb.. 7Mc; roasted, less than sack lots, per lb.. Ic; raw, per lb., tc. Pecans: Large, per lb.. 17c; in sack lots, lo lesa Wslnuts: New crop, mil, Califor nia, per lb., 17c; in sack iota lo less. Cider: New Nthawka, per li-gal., u bbl B oo; per M gal., bbl., to.50; New York Mott's. per 15-caL. H bb., H.'60; per gal., bbl.. 16.50. Honey: New. M rames. fl. Kraut: Par u-gaL keg. M-le. per t-gai. keg, ILJa. . '' Pkiledelphla Prwdac Market. PHILADELPHIA. March 21. BUTTER Steady; western creamery specials, 13c; western creamery extras, X2c; nearby print. 34c. EGOfi-Weak. 30c per case lower: Penn sylvania snd other nearby firsts, free rases, 16.45 per case; Pennsylvania and other nearby, current receipts, free cases, H I per case; western firsts, free cans, 18.45 per case: western, current receipts, free cases, 18.30 per casa. CHEK.SE Firm: New York full creams. fancy, 3vgJ0",c; fair to good, lJaJUVc. Oils aaa Reela SAVANNAH, Ga.. March 28-OIt-Tur- pentlne, firm, st 48c; sales, 110 bbla; re ceipts, 211 bbl.; shipments. 3M bbll.; stork. 1I.21I bbla ROSIN Firm; sales, 041 bbls.: receipt!. 1.071 bbla; shipments, 260 bbla; stock. 71 482 bbls.; B, Pi.W; D, (6.05; E. 17.10; P. G, H. I. 17.15; K. 17 30; M, I7.60; N, 16.50; WG. r.70; WW, 17.75. Osasha Hay Market. OMAHA. March 28 -HAT-No. L IIS 00 CllsO; No. i. IlirjOtjUOO; Na I. JltOOej 11.00: Ko. 1 midland, I ill. tne 13.00: Na 1 lowland. 117.iO4ilS.O0; alfalfa, choic Id and 4th cutting. lU.OOas22.00; 1st and 2d cut- in. t2O.0O2i.0O; Na 3. DlOOimW: Na 3. lit. 504 18.40. Weel Market, ST. LOUIS. March 2A WOOLSteadv: territory and western mediums, 16tjllc; fins mediums. 1517c; flew, lusjltc ROCK SPRINGS MINER IS SHOT SIX TIMES ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo., March 27. (Special.) V. Gasper, a coal miner, is In ths local hospital suffering from six bul let wounds Inflicted by Nick Yourovlcli. a native ot Montenegro. Yourovttch es caped. Ths men bad started to walk to Reliance to begin work In the mine, and whan about three miles from Rock Springs Yourovich suddenly turned upon hi com panion and fired six shots. Bvery shot entered ths body -and All paused entirely through except one, which lodged Us the left . shoulder. Gasper was known to hare sent o Portland, Ore, for steaey, which he bad In A bank there, and It Is supposed that Yourovich thought Gasper had received the money and Intended to rob Mm. WYOMING MAN CRUSHED TO , DEATH UNDER LUMBER " f BIG PI NET. Wro., March 2a (Special.) John McLean, while returning front Opal with a load sf lumber, was killed by his wsgon overturning an tne ap proach to a bridge, and, falling' upon him. It wss A dark night and the road was covered deep with snow, and McLean drove too far to en side tn approach Ins the bridge, the wagon going ever tha embankment, His bead eras crushed oper and his body badly mangled. ' Nebraska Officer 4ets Man. WATERTOWN. S. D., March sWSpe. daL) C V. PraAiV who was recently ar rested at Brookings on the chares of wiht desertion preferred, by his wife, a reel dent of Lexington. Neb.. left this city yesterday In charge of Fred C. Benton, the' sheriff of Dawson county. Neb., who had secured a requisition from Governor Vessey of this state. Pratt was brought to this city by the sheriff of Brook) nee county on a writ of habeas corpus to be argued before Judge Seward ot this dty, but his attorneys failed to appear la his behalf and he was erdeied ta be lnisst over to the Nebraska sheriff.