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TRY, BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. APRIL 2. 191i
niiu itm HTAtTTir in Turn's
UMifl ATW ffiUUUUj fflAftMiI
Wleit it Weak and lower, with lit-
tie Buying on Decline.
net Timothy. TiilLjl. (.lover:
COM SIIIIATIOI IS TOUSVAliK,,,.,,,,. crttmtrtt, r.tjc:
Cask Braiil Ceatlaaea far A ay
Cera Wheat Weakm laaet
Meaty llejaldatlasj Sales
ta Kaa Laae Orders,
.' OMAHA, April I. U.
The wheat market waa weak and
valuea lower today. There la leae evi
dence of buying on the declines and of
fering are not being a be.tr bed aa read
ily, while the selllnc' presiure ! some
whst heavier. 7
The character of the crop news la
much more favorable than the tra-Je
generally looked forward to and thera-la
uothlng (a the resb situstlon ta eneour
aga holders. The strength tn corn la
the one sustaining feature that helps
wheat valuea from fallinc to a lower
The alluatien in corn I very unusual,
fha country hoidera have moved a great
pererntaae of the crop in excess of other
veara and atlll aupplie are not burden
some. Receipts sr now very light and
will he for at leant alaty daya. Cn
demand continues for any corn thai l
available and price have advanced.
It la an exceptionally buluah situstlon.
Wheat weakened sharply under heavy
liquidating aalea to stop loai orders which
helped end the market lower. Caen
wheat waa weak and Sc lower.
The corn market continues to show x
. ellent tone and value advanced quickly
to be the strongest feature, owing to the
l.ght movement. Samples sold tttJl'tC
Primary wheat receipts were Tst.OOt
bushels and shipment were SB. buh
. la. against receipt last year of 11100
bushels and shipments of flv.tw) bushsl.
Primary com receipt were 4.t0t buh
l and hlpmnta were 4OS0W huehei.
eiainst receipt lat year of stv.sgo bush
el and shipments of tW.OUD bushels.
Clearances were !( bushels of corn,
tt bushels of oats and wheat and flour
s-oual to 3 tJOa buhel. ,
Liverpool rioted Hd higher on wheal
and SHISd hlhr on corn.
The following raah sales were reported:
Wheat-No. 4 hard: 1 car. 11.01; No. I
jnlxed: I cars, 11.4a. Corn No. white: I
sr. 73c. No. 4 white: 1 car. WVe. No. I
olor: 1 car, 73Sc. No. 1 yellow: I ears.
MSo. No. 4 yellow: I tar, 71'tc. No. 1
mixed: t car. l'c: 1 car. 73Sc No. 4
nixed: 1 car. 3c; 1 car. :V; 1 car. Tic
P. grade: I car, 71'; 1 car, 7l',c. Oats-t-landard'
1 car. ti'oe. No. white: 1
tar. Mite; I car. ilc; 1 car. Uc; No. 4
Mte; 4 cars. KrV; car, Use.
Ossaba Caaa rrlee.
WHEAT No. 1 hard. tl.OOStjlll: No.
I hard. 11 ttefltl: No. 4 hard. WSctitl.Ot.
COKN-No. I whit. MV.trWrir; No: 4
whit. it&IJc: NO.-I color.-71tf'lc; NO.
1 yellow, WiCrWtc: No. 4 yellow, 710
71c: No. t. 7;j(tc; No. 4. 7S47fc; no
OATS-No. I while. UtetJHV: atand
ord. UwMc; Ne. I white, ic'Stt&iVto;
N 4 white, MHeWV; No- yellow,
U6uV: No. 4 yellow. lH,tr4:Vc.
HARI.Rr-Mallltic. MrfdMI: No. - 1
feed, 'ettWc; heavier than feed. HfyKc.
r.VE-No. . patyalc: No. t, aVflSec.
Wheat Corn. Oata
Chicaga M lal iW
C HICAGO GRAM AMD PBOVISlOSi
Kealare af the Tradlag and Cleelag
Prices aa Board af Trade.
CHICAOO. April t.-Prerllctions that
only favorable crop reports can come
from Texas and Oklahoma for a long
time had a good deal to do with swamp
ing the wheat market today under no
end of stop-lne order to sell. Hupport
alven the May option, In which the
-onrentratcd holding her are large,
averted a more complete amaah In
I rices. The cloea waa Irregular 'o to
I't below the flgurea of tt hour be
fore. Corn finished at an advance of
'o to HtiVc: oata varying from So off
to up and bog product dearer by
12(o ta ITS.
Hull leader relied on to hold tip the
price of May wheat, failed to do an
i nlll valuea had fallen ISc for nearby
tlellverla and almost aa much for Pp
lember a brief Interval after the
t pening. The drop waa accompanied
by an amount of pit activity not often
equalled except In a selling panic.
Aside from a remarkable reduction
In the Liverpool stork of wheat to a
total of tu4.m bushels, compared with
f :4.40 bushels a year ago, there was
nothing In sight to give any atrength
ta current quotation On the contrary,
world shipment, especially those from
?:usla. were much Isrger than had
. 1een eattmeted and report were at
hand showing big srrlvalu at Mlnnea
)'U. It waa new from the southwest
that the growing crop was the best ever
I noun at this season, however, that hit
l'rlreo the wont.
A liberal decrease In the I'nlted States
vlib!e supply total h4lprd a late rally.
.May fluctuated from tl.M to 11 ftlS.
with latest trading ll Oa",. a net loee of
'c. New crop futures continued rela
tively weak to the end.
Cum sold up to almost 7c a bushel
fir May, with the cash gradea tight and
dear everywhere. - Bsrrlng an early dip
wing to profit taking by longs, the mar
ket was atrong throughout the aeaalon.
Dullness reaoked a huge aggregate and
swept prices well above the topmost fig
ures previously on record till season.
.Vdverse weether, was the Immediate
yeseon. slay ranged from 74MrrtHo to
'V. closing steady St So net higher at
tVvxKSSr- No. I yellow waa quoted at
ij7iSc far car lota.
In a measure oata followed com and
like that cereal made a new high score
fur the crop year. Large primary re
ceipts, though, brought about a reac
tion. Outside Until for May were S4Sc
end with the close Sc up at as
II. as selling stl sr.' a figure not
reached before for months, meant higher
root of prevtsiona. The advance for the
day was nearly uniform, ISSc to lT'-c
quotation on futon rrosoU aa follows:
Article? Open. I High. I Low,-1 0lo. Wat y.
. rsi m
741.1 . nt: 7H.I .A-l
I ' tt'J MSI isfisl U'i
JiHy. utia V",6 auu joui -m.
Sevt. sJStj'.rtStyli u TV43 43-.
Mar ! 17 i f II
17 14) f n r
17 47H! 17 r.
rsf 17 1
Julv.,17 tS! 1; 7
Mem '17 tor I
j IX l n CH' II )
1. .1 I I
May. M IB rse
I .!. I IK
July." lea, iws ' VjO
Feat- ! ITj
! a i -War.
N iTvJ 1 SH M I7S M
si IKi t f 8
M It I H 4i M i;tii i
ijfen quotatlona were aa follows:
FLOl'B Steady; winter patents, M.L"4)
ili; water straights, tS."H-: spring
ltenta, SlMm&M; prln( tralghta. Kit
it.7: bakers, 3vn4.4.
HTK No. z.4LV)c. ...
BARLEY-Keed or mixing. lurOtl.O;
fair to choir malting. II Jftnjl.tt
8FKD!-Timoihy, 0.iFl4.i. Clover.
PROVISION-Pork. mess. 117. I ard
tin tiercel, t(i. Short ribs (looee). S A
Tot clcaraacee of wheat and flour
cruel ta a.w ba. Primary re
ceipt were bu.. compared with
!a.a bo. tlte corresponding, day a year
auto. The vi.-ibie supoly of wheat In the
1 rated ta decreased leli ajo bu. for
the week. The anauunt of breadstuff on
kteean puaage Irereaed Z.KX4M bu.
Betlmaied receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat, it." ear: eora. US cars; oata, Si
cars; hogs, HM head.
CMcsgo Caab Pr.ceV. t re H tit
1 sr. Ne. t red. 9tM; So. i hard,
li.elSwi.et'x: No. S hard. ',cii.e; No.
3 norliiero. Ii.ii.is: No. J northern,
Vi.7ai1.IJ: No itOrthern. tl 4 1.11; No.
oprtna. rscwti e?: No. 1 surma. ,
. HM; Nat I li ioii. Mcfji.y, veil el cjxafi,
I i!v-4jtl.: durum. wr$l . Corn. No. J
Xo. 3 white, 74H7c; No. J yellow.
-Sti74c: No. 4. 714r7:Sc: X. 4 white.
7JSii74Sc: No. 4 vellow. TltyTIHc. oats.
' standard. noSf.
Bye: No. 2. FtK'-: Barley: Mr
da l Dm. 4) :7c.
Eut;. Steady; receipt. 1. cases;
at mark, case included, lie; ordinary
firsts. l!nlSe: first. imtc.
CHEESE-Sleady: daisies. U'rtilM.c;
twina. li',tjlSc, young Aiwrku, !)
3c: loni horiu. I'JOi'.
POTATOES Steady; receipt. Si car:
Wisconsin. ll.4Hrl.43; Michigan and ilin
neaporte. II. 4241. 4o.
POULTRY IJve. firm: turkejs, 14c;
chickens. He; eprinas. lie.
VEAL Stesdy: lull '4c.
SEW VOBK OKe:HAL MARKET
Qaatatlsae af the Day an 1 arleas
NEW YOItK. April 1-KIX)1T.-Eesv:
snrinx patents. sS.ttsis.aS: winter
straight. t 1l4.M;. winter patents, 14 49
tH.W. snrlng clesrs. ao. winter ex-
trse. No. I. tJ;4.M; winter extras. No.
t, tt mus ti: KanraK straights. K ;oi4 V.
Iy flour, steady; fair to good, S4.Mtta;
Rye flour, quirt: fair to good, 44.M&4.,
choice to fancy. fc.DUtte .
XH.NMKAI Firm: fine while and cel.
low. 1ii.;f); coarse, ll.Mil.; kilo
RYK-Klrm: No. sec. c I. f. Buffalo.
BAULKY Steady; malting. II Ml 1.3, c.
L f. Buffalo.
. WHEAT Spot market, eny; No. i red,
II Oi'j elevator export baala. and li es
f. o. h. afloat: No. 1 northern Duluth,
I. ITS f. o. b. afloat, opening navigation.
Kuture market waa weak early under
heavy liquidation due to more favorable
crop advices and Isrger receipts, but
rallied on covering end the large de
crease In the visible auppty. closing Str
ISc net lower. May. 1.v7bI.uS. closing
II. UTS: July closed tl..'U Receipts, 19.
4ft) bunhels; shipments, 'JSfl.XC bushels.
CORN Spot market, strong. Kxport,
79S f. o. b. afloat. Kuture market,
nominal. Receipt. 14,s7e bushels; ship
ment, .VJ9 bushel.
OATS Hoot market, , flrmi standard
While. 0Sc In elevator: No. t 41c; No.
X Hc: No. 4. sr; natural white and
white clipped, tuipBSc on track. Futures
market, nominal. Keceipte, 1W.7W bush
els HAT-Pteadv; prime, tl SI.4: No. 1.
liXSVLK; No. :. ll.UDI.a); No. J, ll.tfcv
HOPS-Duli: sute. common to
choice, 111 crop, &wc: 1K crop, nom
inal; Pacific coat, J91I crop, 4Jttc. Ui
lllDKM-guiei; Central America. iiyt;
l.KATHKIt-teady; hemlock flrats, K
4Ic; seconda, 14 v -tic, third, fltjc, re
PROVI8IONS-Pork. ffrm; meia,
ttllK; family, K.ooi.; short clears.
II77."I1.7S. Reef, firm;, mesa. IllSOtt
I40S: family, tlt.u 14.60. beef ham, tA.w
ULW. Cut meat, ateady: pickled bellies,
10 to 14 pounds, R.oMrll.M; ptrkled ham
IH7f4H2t: hard, firm: middle west
prime, HOineiK: refined, steady: conti
nent, 10.: Kouth America, Ill.uO, com
pound, rnoa: r.
TAI.Uiw-vulet: prime city, hhdt., Ic;
netial. S'ic; country, tiSSc
BrTTKIi-Flnner; receipt, r tubs;
creamery apeclala. ll'-fo; extra. 11c;
flrnt. 9oi3lSr; atate dairy, flneit, Mlc;
good to prime, L'ittTsV; common to fair,
.'faic; process npeclals, j;tf7Hc; extras,
V: ftrt. strKfic.
CIIEKSK Klrm; receipts, Kt boxea;
atate whole milk, held, white or colored
special. IDSc: aklma, 44I1&C.
K(K1 Irregular; receipt. ll.Jlt caien;
fresh gathered extras. rJStO"'; flrat. !ltr
tic; second, !"H4r30Hc; western gatli
ered, while. RtiJtc.
POULTRY-Dreseed dull; fowla fresh
killed, lttJIeSc: turkeya froxen, Ht:7x.
St. Lasts (Mtaaral Market.
ST. LOflU, ApHI l.-WHEAT-Ch,
Lower: track. No. t red. Sl.w3tJl.u3S: No.
t hard. II .elfrl.lL
COKN-Higher: track. No. I. 74ic: No
S white, 7Ttic.
OATS-mesdv: track, No. J. MfoO'ic;
No. I while. b&S4uc.
Closing prices of future:
WH BAT Lower; May, ll.OOs; July.-M!i
'coS'lN-Hlgher: May, Tie; Julr. 74'rC.
OATM-Lower; May. iic; July, 4.c,
KUHTl Kteadv: red winter patent.
14 i.M; extra fancy and straights, M.W
S4.W; nam winter clears. xi4.7l.
HKAN-niai: Mcked. east track, tl.l:
HAT-Htmnr: timothy. Kit Km 3 09: Brsl.
pkov ihionb pork, unchanged; Job
bing. llt.TV Ird. unchanged: brims
ateam. t.47SJ.iiS. Dry salt meats, an
ohsnged; boxed, extra aborts, ta.gt; clear
rib. 0.10; short clear, $.,k. Heron, un
changed: boxed, extra shorts, IS0.K, clear
rib. tiO : abort clears, I10.7S.
rWUBt - nrm; chicken. use;
springs. Itc; turkeys, 17r; ducks, Uc;
Mi. r i r.K-rtrm: creamery, oiisc.
KUUS Firm, On.
, Receipt. Shipments.
Flour, bbls Minn 4 0"
Wheat bu m. 4I.0W
Corn, bu 1 10110 it.ow
Oata, bu l-fii.ooo ti.ojo
Kaaaas City Orala aad Frsvlaloaa,
KANSAel CITT. Mo April L WHEAT
Cash, unchanged; No. 1 hard. II.MS9
1.I0S. No. I, 111 OAS: No. t red, 11.01
(SI M: No. S. I1S1.S
CORN-Market S4lc higher; No. t
mixed, 7&S477c: No. 3. JeSfilc; No. I
white, TitJIac; Na a, tc.
OATS Unchanged to So higher: No. I
white, MStrluc; No. f mixed, MStyMc.
ClcalnsT price of futuree:
WHEAT May. Scftl.W: July. WSit
tOSc: September, 'jc.
CORN-Msy. Totj.ISc; July, 73S07rtc:
Sepptember. 71 Sc.
OATei May, wsc; July, tSc
HAY-II.M higher: choice timothy.
fa.m: choir prairie, 12 06.
HUTTEHr-Creamery. Oc; first. Stc;
second. 4c; packing stock. SltMlSe.
EGa.S Extras, V: flrsta, rnsc.
Wheat, bu !.! r.K
Corn, bu I7.0M C.AM
Oats, bu M.ou Itao
. Visible Supply af Grata.
NEW YORK, April I.-The visible sup
ply of grain In ths United Htatee catur
day, March M, aa compared by the New
tork Produce exchange, waa aa fallows:
Wheat. tl.042.Oj bushels: decrease. I.-
ini.tax) bwahele; In bond. i.ul.0u bushel:
in.ceae, JM.uw bushei Corn. li,14,o
bushels; decrease. 2x7.txs) bushela Oets,
U.4a).ul bushels; decrease, tol.taw bushels:
In bond. tv7-.W0 bushels; Increase. 47S.UJV
biiKhels. Rye, aVI.uW bushels: decrease,
t)utu bushels. Barley. 2. XI, 000 bushels;
decrease. I'lioia bushels: In bond, SI. Ota)
buhelsv Increase, e7.isa) bushels. The
visible supply of wheat In Canada last
Saturday waa 2.1S.W buaheW. aa in.
crease of 7 38. Out bushels.
Llvrrpeal Crala Market.
IJVERPOOU April L-WHKAT-Spot.
steady;. No. t red western, winter, ta Id:
futures, atrong: ; WSd; July. 7s 7Td;
October. 7 4Sd.
CORN Steady : American mixed, new
4 id; old. to MSd: new American, kiln
arteu, ea fta: rutures, strong; slay, as
7M; September. Is ISd.
FIXl'R Winter patents. Sa id.
HOPO-la London (Padflc coast),
Mlaaeaswlls Crala Markrt.
MlNSrJAPOLIf". April 1-WHEAT -May,
ll.toS: July. 11 Sr17: Septem
oer. Sc. Cash: No. 1 hard. II.7S: N
1 northern. H.7; No. 1 northern, tl-w.
No. 1, II 4B.
BARLEY ijceitl. 31.
BRAN in lint-pound sack. t34at24.4i
FLOL'R rTrst patents Uot3t; sec
ond patents. HW: first clears. H.M
.&;; second dean, K XrL.
MUoraakea Grata Market.
MILWAl'KF.K, Wis, April L WHEAT
No. 1 northern, tl.tB4tl.le: No. t north
ern, tl.totyl C: No. 2 bard winter, tl.tM
L4; May, tl.OBS; July. tTSc.
CORN-No. yellow. 7iS7lc: No. t
white. 7JS4Sr7Sc: No. t 7a7SSc; Ma-,
TSc: July. TeSe.
OATti Stanasrd. toSfJoer..
BARLEY Malting, .a1.3.
Ossaaa Hay Market.
OMAHA. April L-HAT-No. I tllt
U.it-. No. I, CLaotJU.tu: Ko. I. tl44
lt-tl; No. 1 midland. !!. I4.lt; Ne. I
lowland. OT.o9ftit.0l: alfalfa, choice Id aad
eth cutting. ta.W(r22.W: 1st and U cut
tmg. t2Mr2Lt; No. i, tii.Vir.; No. S
tiU.t. . - ,
nlXUJ VflDF CThPV lflDlTT
atll lUnA OlUt'A - fflAKlUjl
Upward XoTement Again Besomed
After Brief Confusion.
UKION PACIFIC AGAIN RISES
ranker Cain la Capper Stacka Coa
earreat with Another Advaaec
la Price af Metal Tall Money
NEW YORK. April l.-After a brief
period of Irregularity and confusion - In
price, the stock market today resumed
11 upward movement In the induetriala.
especially the copper issues. Amalga
mated Copper sold at Its highest price
of the movement and gains of lii point
were made by Anaconda Copper, t'tan
Copper and Tennessee Copper, while
American Smelting and .. United States
Steel recovered tome of the ground lost
iln the final days ot the preceding week.
Best price of the movement were atso
made by Reading and I'nlon Pacific, but
it Is noteworthy that the railway stock
.aa a whole were far lees conspicuous and
j strong than the other groups.
The further rise In copper Mocks waa
concurrent wtlh another advance In the
price of the metal which was quoted at
U'tHtc per pound. There can be no
doubt that Induetrtea In which copper
plays an Important part now are en
joying a greater degree of prosperity than
they have known at any period In the
la.l two year. That much can hardly be
said of tne steel, and Iron Industry.
The day'a labor newa was a mixture of
good and Indifferent, with a better out
look for the situation In the textile dis
tricts. Weekly reports of the western
traffic managers Indicate that bualnea
la holding up well, although congestion
has resulted from the car shortage.
An advance in call money to I per cent,
together with some profit taking, pro
duced some dullness and fractional re
cessions In the laat hour, but the under
tone waa distinctly firm. The Hue in
money waa a natural corollary to last
Saturday bank statement, in which ac
tual reserves were all but depleted. It
may reasonsbly be assumed that this
condition will be rectified in the course
of the week, aa a large proportion of
the April 1 Interest and dividend pay
ments la certain to go back into the
coffers of the loo I financial Institutions.
American were atrong In London and
that market again bought moderately
The dav'a railway return for Febru
ary Included the Pennsylvania eystem. Its
eastern lines Increasing leW.UM net.
with those west ot Pittsburgh Increasing
only imuM. The complete returns of
New York Central were distinctly favor
able, aa were also Northern Pacific and
St. Louis Southwestern, Illinois. Central
loit almost KdOnuO net and the Atlantic
Coast Line decreased lias.o.
The bond market was tedy. Total
aalea, par value, were Kl,:i.. United
States 3n, coupon, advanced S Pr cent.
while Panama w declined s per cent
on oalL -
, Numur ef sales and leacing quotation
en stocks lousy wars a follows:
San. Mi. Lev. Wise.
AsultaSMtoil Copeor .
Aaortcaa Agricultural ,
Ansertraa Heat Bdgar..
Amartrea t. a W
Awarlraa Cattoa Oil. ..
Aawlcaa H. U t4
Aw. loa Sororities
Ataorlraa Lovaaaotiv ..
Ataaricss B. a K
Ass. sal. ni
Aa. Stool roaadrlaa....
Are. Sugar Reflalns
Aatorlraa T A T
1.404 1 I
.141.MW US MS
, 4 444 41 U.
, t.i"i :is
1 i.; ns
10 4. lat'i m
tot 3IS '
lies ls its nH
l.M IHs 14S '
Aisertoos Totarae !4 .
Anerene Mlatas C ...
Allanits Coaat Lis...,.
tsltltaor a Okl
trooSlta Rapt Tr
Oontrsl Leather pM
Oatral of Ne Jars?.,
Otfcee a Altos
CHtraao O. W., saw....
Otcaa a. W. SI4
Oleaso, M. St. r ...
e. iv. c. a tt. l
CloraSo P. I
Co lor see A Sootier....
Delavar A HuSoaa
Deavsr 4 Rt Oieaoa...
D. A R. O. 44
niaillars' Saearltt ...
ana M ft
Srio ta ore
IOJ ni lal -as
11.400 41', 4Jt 41S
11.40 llV IfS
a ms is i"4
1.104 114 IlS lS
l.ln I44S MS K4S
I.SM S4 IIS "S
i n 14 us us
1.104 13 t!S IUt
M iti HS S
aoo tits ats t
110 lit S44 141
1 toe it ' 74s
im M : t
1.41 4 IIS 1S
t,w 11 I vii,
1l4 14114 144
l ist 114V IMS 1S
I.M 2tS US s
I.4M 144 IMS 1"S
1,104 US 1' US
44 41S tl 4lUj
1S4 , IIS K
II aw . ns "H H
Great Neither f4
f.roat rlarthare Or ctfa.
V 144S 111 144
4.4M ItlS IKS IKS
:.!a rs 41s 4314
ta 111", 111 lll'J
i.sh rts 20
1I.W4 sos 1H lS
tm iiatt ns 11414
t.lu tl'. SIS S
l.tat US 1!S IH.
CM S t 31.
tM It 11 ll'
IM 147 k, 14TU. 104S
laier. Mat. a"
latornatlonal llarvaster ,
International Paper .....
later net tonal Paw
Kaaaas Cllr Soother. ..
K. I'. Sa M
1S4S IKS 144t 1S4
dularllla a NaahrllM... MM IMS 1UU
Minn. A Bl. Leels..
Mi 11 :iS ns
M . St P. 8. S. M
Mleermrt. K A T....
M.. K. T p'4
rm ms tuts is.
4M SIW, 31 . 34
MO 441. 4 U'i
1. 10) 44S tt felt
tM tS KS 'IS
ft.. IM I4i !4'4
1.74 Ii:s H'S Hi1.
mm ins nS I"'.
...e. l.ll 'IS 7S rS
X R. R. of M. M St
Na Tark Control....
N T. o a w
Nortoars Paelfle I. ms ms 1"
rvine Mall i lS 'I 34
IMinlnm. I IMS 14 IM
POopIo' Ooa IM I44S 1H IMS
r. C. C. a St. U 1 e. ie;'s tens 101
! ! 1X
PtbomI Stool Car.. ......
rullmas ralaea Car
Ttallwar Steel Bering....
IM IMS IMS S
I4.TB MS "S 1
14 PM 14 143 .. 1414
!. i4 rs n't
s n n ISli
Kepuelle Staal 014
Horh laleno v
Ttork Island CV f4 ...
HS 14 X4U.
41 S 41 41S
141, 74 74U,
o u 4 1. r. x pre..
)l. Iuls S W
St. L S W. Sf4
Slaao-BhonialS S. A I...
IM 44 4 41
. I S3 11)14 IMS Ho
. :.sm ss MS 3
lei 74. as
.. T.too 4 onj 411,
. t!4 H XS 3
4M ', It US
14 8 I tsu
. 4 irt'i' ITi ms
tM 1S S 1S
, l.sse n TtU 7IS
. 1 m vs hs
lMew ass, rv, o
So. Rallea 44 .'.
t , st. u a w
T . St. LAW. aJ....
I'olat Paeltie f4
t'otiH Statea ftaahr...
tnltel Slatoa hubbor...
I'olte Statea Aeet
IMS'll'S 11' 11
rub Copper Ii." " 'IS ?S
v Corollaa CMauval .. am v, s
Wabash IM 7S T 7
Wabaoli pM tt) ? 1S 1"
Wa,.rn Marrlsod l.M IS ',
WoMlaatteoos Bleeme 30a tt le, ras
IMei t alon U 1314 tsvi
Wheelloa A L B IS IS 7S
Total aalea tor tb dar. Sr.r-a4 sbstas. ,
Leadea Stark Market.
IXDOM. April l.-Amerlcan securltle
were quiet and featureleea during the
early trading today. At noon price
ranged from S above to S below c'atur
dav's New York eloetrnt:
I nlted Rtstes Stell and Amalgamated
Copper advanced later, but the rest ot the
vyi'v, - - - .
list eased fLT' J0"' crtati.
London cloamg stock tjuotatlons:
Ceosota.' awy .. .nslMhitllls Q ltssk..lt,
.71 u-itHa. Kan. a Tas... as
Aasl topoor Hl.N.w- Tor, Central.. Ills
Aaoro asKerfeSi a WossoralUS
AtrSiaae m es ped SIS
ea Bid -,..tSOMrt A' Wests, re.
BsKlwoes Ohio.. 1H IMS oajlala 41 S
Caaodlaa PaetfK ..144 Rsad Miooo S
Lposae a owe. tskooib
CXI tleoat Woator. l4Soootb.ro Jtf ,
oil.. Mil. a ex. P ius so pes 7
Do loll irsaoouter racrna ..11 rs
Daaier A to ... MStoMa Pacta .,.ls
So pM 44S do rd S4
Erie - ISf. I. Stool 7,
1st K4 ..IT do ptd lit
do M pfd 41 Wabash ....... TS
GrO4 Troe ....... 34 . pt S
111101 Onttel ....las
SILVER Bar, steady at tVd per
ounce. - - - - , - . , -
MONET-t,f(J per cent.
The rat of discount tn the open market
for sbart Mils is 2ti t-if per cent; for
three months'. Mils, t'atjt o-M per ecnL
' Mew Tark Meaey Market.
KEW TORK. April L-MONET-On call
firm, IS4T3 per cent: ruling rata, IS:
closing bid. I; ofered at 1 Time loans,
firmer; sixty days, tSt)3H per cent:
ninety days, tS4)th per cent: six months,
tSat per cent.
FIUUE MRCATIIS fAFER Sf
cent. Sterling exchange ateady
l .o," "V?:rb
at KWS for demand. Commercial .Mil.
$4 :!'. Mexican dollars. 47c.
H"VlS (soverninent, (regular; railroad,
Cloelng quotation oa bonds today were
0. a. rat. 3. rf...1llnter. M M." 4t.'.. '
S eewsea lHJ4ps tS -SIS
o. a. la. rag . c So. la x ... Tlk,
so exio IffSL S 4eb. 4s 1H1.. Tt
V. a. . ra 114 i a N. sal. ex....
40 wm ....at it. k. a t m 4.. i
iAIIIt-Ckal. let la... 44 4a ten 4S ,
AOMr. AC M t..tIWOL Fertile 4 74.
A T. It T re. 4. HKt-N R sf 4s
AM. Tesetee 4s.i...i T. C. ( IS.... It
1S e tea. . sis
Amour A C. 4S-. H X. T. N. H. lb H.
Atrbleoa cs. 4 MS er. a Ill
ci. isN. a m e. u.. i
00 c. ...19S HI
A. C. L W t..:... !. rsclfie 4s.
Bxl A Okl 44 MS 3a 4
lo I'e- H O S. L rtds. 4s... Hi
Mo . W. IS tlHrena. tv. rss 111..
Brook. Tr c. 4.... ttfc so eos. tot
Cts. ol oa U IWSReadlng gee. 4 at
fee. lettiier ie sSKll. U . T. Ig. II TeS
f. el N. J g. Is. iaiH e es. ,..; tt
Choi, a OHIO 4S- I448t. L. S. W. e. 44.. I!v(
o tt. 44. MH 40 lot goM 4 IIH
ni. a a. is., rss a. u asi. 4t.. ..ass
C. 4 1- 4.... NVSO. PSC. col. 41....
4o (OS H es et. 4. 4'
-. K t ! I. I 4lS 40 lot ref. It
c. R. i. a r. e. 4 :ii-?o Rxiir t ins
00 rf 4t t!S e. 4.
Colo 1.4 it Hl.1.1.. Purfla 4s 11
Colo. Hl4. 40. 41 40 ce. 4i :1t
r. 8 r. A 4S IS so 1st it rf. 4s...
I. a n ev. .
D R- 0. 4s...
Erie I. 4
So oa. 4a
dn cv. 4s. ear. A.
40 aeries B
Woa. Kler. ev. (a..
s I'. s. R.,t.nor 4. W4
SHI' I Siesi M ia....iatt.
uiiva.-car. rmen. U. vt
7il,We!iae lat Is mti
MS 4a let ei 4s... 11-.
TV.We.tera Ms. 4a MS
74SWoat. KUr. ev. la.. W.
M wis reolral 4S tt
ItittM Pac. ee. ia....'.
Ml. Can. 1st ref.- 4a. tsajrassau I
Inter. Met. 4'e t:ta
Bealea Slack Market. -
BOSTON. April 1. -Closing quotations
sn stocks were ss.followa:
AUoaoa 44 Moluek 4J'i
Amal. CVjfeor IttiNaraoa Goo ? SSS
A . U g ra.Nlplosn Mraoa T'4
Arlsona Com 44 North Sou r.S
a a c c. a g. u. ittvartii ! ts
C.I. a Ariieos 7li4(w Doailaiaa US
Cat. a Hoc la err Oaeaol lit..
Centaanlel atlvQiililcr :. t
Co. fUnga C. r. ... 41 S.ianaon Itk
Kaet autta c at ... 14Hurlor lit.
Frankll l!l!luavlor a B M... 1U
Gtreux Ceo i IMoTanaraek US
Oraobr Cos 4!l4t. . R. S J4 .. t
Oroana Cananoa 41; 4a ar4 4IU
i.lo Roaia cesser.. ttHt'uh roe t
Karr laxo :1 i.h Oeasor Co tt'4
LAke Coseor 47 Wlsona :io
ta Salle Copaor M, arise Ill
Mlawl Copper ' .
Seer Vark Mlalap; Staeka.
NEW TORK, April l.-Clolng quota
lions on mining slocks were:
A!lr SO l.lul, rMf
Bnisssl'h Co it Meilran ....
Cam. Tnnl ateck.. If Oatarl
4s baoda II Ophlr .:
Cos. Col. A Va Stanlar
Iras Si Kar II Yalta Jacket
l-eadvllle Coa 14
, Mask Clearlag.
OMAHA. April I -Bank clearing for
today were t2.XII.all.; and for the corre
sponding day laat year xz,llo,7eV.17. .
OMAHA GtfXEItAfj XARKsTT,
BUTTER Nd.' 1. Mb. cartons. t2c; No.
I In tv-lb. tuns, c. No. t, K; packing.
CHEESE-Imported Swiss. S2c; Ameri
can 8wis..c: block nwlta, tic: twins.
21c; dsieies, c; tilplets. Sic; young
nmencao, asc; oiu lauci oncK, sk; lira
berger, l-lb.. Stc; 1-lb.. 52c. ,
FISH (freeh frotenl-Ptckerel, tc: while,
11c; pike, lie; trout. BJ; Urge erapples,
12 lac; Spanish mackerel, lie; eel, lta;
haddocks. Itc: flounder. Uc:, arson cat.
flah. Itc; roe shad, tl each; shad roe, per
pair, aoac; saimon, iuc; nsilDUt, 11c; yel
low perch, Ic; buffalo, tc; bullheals. lie.
POL LTRY Broilers. tt.0Dfl7.it per dog.;
springs, aic; hens, 17c: cocks. 11c: ducks,
lMi.Dr; gee, lie; turkeys, ttc: nleons
per dos., IL-Dc. Alive: hs.i. 12c; old roost
ers and a lac, tc; old dues, full feath
ered, 12c; geese, full feathered, tc; tur
keys, tsu; pigeons, per tius., ouc; nomera,
per dos., tl.ev; squsbs. Ho. 1, ll.iO; No. X
BEEP CLTS-Rlbs: No. X. 17sc No.J.
Itc; So. 3, 12c. Loins: No. 1. 19c; No. I,
IM,c; No. I, l.lVbc- Chucks: No. 1, 70;
No. 2, 7Sc: Xo. 1 tSc Rounds: No. .1,
HrSc; No. X, ,lSc; Ko. 3, rSc. , Plates;
No. 1, lc: No. 1. Ic; No. 1 issc.
LOIN0-N0. L lie; No. X UVi Na. I. ta,
CHUCK8-N0. 1. to; No. J. ;o; No.j
RlBSNo. L Kto; No. 3. 14o; No. V
, HOtrND-Jt;o. I'llo; sro. t ltHte; Na.
PLATES No. t Hie: No. fist); i to.
KRl lTM.- KTC.-Applss, extra faAoy
Ben lutvls, per bbl . KB: Wlneafa, per.
bbl., IS.'; ranry Mlasnuri Prpplns.- per
bhl., t4 &; Idaho Jonathan, extra faney,
per box, 12 0-, Washington Hpltaenkeirg.
per box, C60;' Washington R. Beauty, per
box, US; Washington Htymah wme
aps, per box. tz.isi. Hsnsnas, fancy se
lect, per hunch, J JJtJt M); Jumbo, per
bunch. C7o17t. . Cranberries. Wlsconaln
fancy, per bbl tit. 71: per box. 13.71 Imtss,
Ancnor orana. new, at t-in. page, in
boxea. per box, t:2i; Dmmedary brand,
new, tot-lb. pkga,, In boxes, per -box. ti.OO.
Klg. California, per case of It No. 12
Pkgs.. toe: per case of ttt No. it Dkrt.
'.., per caao of M No. I pkgt.. fc.OO;
hulk. In 2T and 0-lb. boxes, per lb., Iuc;
new Turxisn. s-crown. In Itf-ib. boxes,
per lb.. Itc; tVcrown. in SU-lb. boxes,' lie;
7-erown. In SO-lli. boxes, tier lb.. 1.
Ornpefrult, Florida, M site, per crate.
t.W; 41 else, per crate, p.': $0-04-414 sites,
per craie. M.av. urapea, Malaga, in bbl...
T 9W7.10. Lemon. IJmonelta Selected
brand, extra fancy. Xu-. sises. per box.
t" Ou; Loma Llmonelre, fancy, JrO-X) slse.
owe per oox tess; 4;atiiornis, xtavsas sixes,
per box. It 0U. OTHngeav California I "a-
mena nrsno. .-vsvets, extra rarer. sr-17s-Ii0-l7-20t-n-t3
sixes, per box. tl fc: extra
choice,, sll sises. per box, UuO, Elephant
brand. Itsl6n-i(t-2fa.21l sises. per box.
tt CD; la-aw-ri nltea.- per box, H
VfXilTAKl,Kti Heeta: Old cron. .tier
lb.. ZSc. Cshbage: Wisconsin. Der lb.. 4c :
new California, per lb., 4c. Celefy: Csl-
irornla Jumbo, per dnx., i ot; Florida, In
the rough. I ana I dos.. per rase. 11 xt
Cucumbers: Hot house, per dos., 2 iax
f g plant: rancy riortda. Der doa. tin
Garlic: Extra fancy, white, per lb.. Be.
lettuce: Kxtra fancy.' leaf, per 'dot.. t
Onions: California,- white boiling, per
lb.. 'Ic; Wisconsin, yellow Globe, ner lb.
f,c: red ' Olohe. per lb.. IV; Bpanlsh,
per crate,- t!.S. Psrslsy: Fancy south
ern, per doa., bunches, oftwTtc. Parsnip'
Per lb., 2 Sc. Potatoes:' Minnesota Red
1 River Early Ohio seed, per bu., .U.it;
Minnesota r.any tune seed, per bu., tl 51
Blls Triumph seed, per bu,, tl tO; Wis
consin while stock, per bu., ti.so. . Ruta
bsgae: In ack per lb.. ISc. Tomatnea:
Florida, per -hk. crate, UTS: Cuban,
per t-bk. carrier,. tt-aS. Turnips:. Per lb.
gone, per lb.. ItSc: m aack lots, io kens.
Cocuanuts: Per oaok. Sa 01 Filbert: Per
lb . 14c; in sack lota la less. . Peanuts:
Roasted, In sack . lot, per lb,. 7V:
roasted, leas than sack lots, per lb., tc-,
raw, per lb. a. Parens: Large, per lb.,
17c: In sack lot, to lews. Walnut. New
crop, 11 L California, per lb. 17c; In sack
lota, le leas. Cider: New .Nehawka. per
U.-sal. g bbl . trou. per to-n. bN., Is ty
New Tork Mntt s. per li-gaX S bbl.. tUj
per tt-gal. bbL, Kit. Honey: Now, 24
frame. U.T5. .Kraut: Per . U-gaL . keg.
P.7i; per a-gal. keg. II, ft. .
Metal 'Market, - .
SKVT TORK. April 1.-VIF:T ALU-Stand-
r 1 aj . vs,st-uj , mrmtj , mwtt eaUlU s I'll I- la);
tr,j. - 5; Mar .nd jurM i.iixtii.: jaty.
io.xerris.x7H-. t.-ustioona house returns show
exports of 2. 74 tuna tot March. . Laks
copper. lc: electrolytic ' lMndrioe; cast
ing. UStWSe- Lotidoo: market stearfy
pot, i7 i: Id: -f inure,- 71 lta, . Tin.
strong; spot. Kt.1 April. IdiToy
43 i); May. 142.71) 4J.1; June. ttt.iS4tt:
July. toiaMHltt: Augnst. t41.7fttaV
London market stroma, sons, (ltd it; ru
tures. ft Ua. Lead, quiet: H3t4)t 1a
New Tark and Kit. In East St. .Louts.
London, fst ts Id. spelter, steady: ttU
4.71 In New York anal. M.t bid tn East
St- Insula London, liis. Sales la t
rjMris. May. ttLtS: t.M pounda June st
M Ii: . pound July at .. Antlminy
autett oooason s. ss.a iraa. Cleveland
warrant ta Id In London.- Lsbcaliy Iron
was steady; No, 1 foundry northern, tltjl
li.7; N. 1 14,73tTS.; Na. 1 emnhern
and No, 1 astrtbera soft, r-a.lialls.ro.
Klsrlsr orttew Martret.
ELGIN, April l.-The ouetatlooi tnrn
mlttee. e7 the- Elgta butter board this
sfternaaa daciand ( butter Una at M
cents a pound. - Output for the week.
TTMOt pounds ... l .
T. IXMli April L-WTXL-teady:
terrttorv and w eaters medrum. 14J itc;
aoaaillsas laoolbsj auno. ISSSIU, ,
OMAHA UYEJTOCK MARKET
Not Enough Stock of Any Kind to
Make a Market.
KILLING CATTLE ABE STRONGER
Keeallas ,. Cattle Slaw, bat A beat
. Steady- Rosa Fire ta Tea Ceata
Hiajher aad Leash Forty
- ' (rat Higher.
SOUTH OMAHA. April L
Receipt were: " vat lie. Mas. SheeD.
Estimate Monday:.... 1 S3 , l.S) "7
3i.me day1 last week.. . 5 i
Same day 2 wks. ago. t.m ' 1.7M ,15,5a
Santa dayi wks. ago. 4.M i 'ao I U
Same day 4 wka ago. 1 io i f I 7
Same day last year., l.t'.i. S.7-1 ,3
The following table ahpws the receipts
of cattle.' hog' and sheep at South
Omaha .fur lb year tO'dwte compared
wittt last year: I
. 111. Inc. Dec.
Cattle ..'..I B4i :74 .....' ll.wO
Hogs t7l 4JISJ7 H.M,
Sheep aal.(74 - 44.M7 1U.SK
The follo1ng table shows ens rang of
prices paid for hogs at South Omana for
the Iset few day, with orneditjoruj: -
Date. I 1M!. ,tll.u?l.lIM.lrl.,l.l
M'ch II, 7 V. 4 4S1HM; 4 Si! I II
M'ch 22 7 e i 41 h) tl s M 1 1 11 1 4o.smo.ie: ixa teei-s. ii.AHe.so: . west-w-tJ
.ii ii 2 S S S' . -' i T. I m era steer. .f.7i: . mocker and feed-
M ch 21 ; 1 41 w a 4 M 4 ; I n
k'ca Mill.., a ..U) tT I 01 I HI I U
u',.k rt. ir. i ata- o . . a.-: 4. s It: a tj
ih A 7 48S, I 41 W 70. i a I EH 1 17
M ch ii I m,' Wn : 1 1 ll; 2I
Mich 1 1 14 10 Mi I M' 1 171 1 S I
H'chSl) l a 10I7 t 78 ljSW
April 41 KT'lOOOjei. 7; 70;. Sr
- Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Cnlon Stock yards. Boulh Omaha.
hl.k L I . . .
o clock t. rr "
.'i7;i. -i. h n tt'e -
C-bf- Ht-p - a . P - I
UisMMiri 'pscifie"'- " "i
"n'oT Pacific;. j ' I ' :
n a k vu o . i
c'. st. p. m! o!!!! 7 . s
V B. Q., east....' 1
if. B. Q . west
C.M.I. at. P.,'esL.. " 2
Illinois Central.. 11 i
C. O. TV.: .'
. Total receipts.... 41
' -. . ' v . Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
oniana racking COi.r... m
Hwlft Co lit
Uudahy Parking Co...... Id
gurphy v....i'...., ...
. V Jar. Parking Co.... ...
K.-PBCklng Co.'... 1.
VV. H Vsnsant- CO....... 44
Benton Vanaant-ok Lush t
Hill ft Hon "... 41 .... ' ....
r. B. Lewis.. ....... 1. .... - J .... ....
Huston ft Co... i H
J. B. Hoot ft Co...v U
j. h. Built.. tt .... ' ....
MrCreAry ft Kejlog ' t ....
St. Werthelmer ft legn ', 7t
H. r. Hainliton 3
Slo. ft Kan. -Celt, Co... Ill .... ....
Ollrie ft Christie
Other - buyers'. ,111
' , ........ . . ; l
,- Total- :.r...: Mi: :.4st 134
I CATTLE Tnere'wsb 'm' csttte here of
any corweqilence to make a market,. otiT
forty-eight cars sll told being reported
in the yerda. Quits a good many 01 these
ere stockers and' feeders snd odds snr)
snds of vsrlou kinds. This mcsns' that
there were not nough beef steers offered
to msks .a test of -values. What fee
there, were sold It prices that looked
Stronger ss compared . with last -week I
elose, - There -we nothing gorni in sight
to mtke a top: aTthough 'there wst une
full load gnud Enough to bring I. W.
1 What fw cow and hriters theit were
Bled--commsnded -strong prices. Stuok
nattls snd feeders on Ihs olnsr hsnd were
low afid 'ho rnore than steady for the
reason - that speculators were not very
tnxlous for cl(le in view of the uncer
isJnty of . being able to sell taein tr even
thlp (hem it told.. r
I -Wuotatmn. 011 rsttle:. .(Jood , to . choice
beef steers, t" uTSpa.tM: fair to good beef
tteerl. pi twn.St, commoo to' fair beof
Iteers. -o0oe,v6e, good to choirs htiferl.
s5 lura.; good lo choice cow. t174j)l.l4.
fair to good Co t, 4 Otti'4 ;i. oommon to
fair co , tl mJ4 good to choice stock
ers snd feeders, tt.!us;l .!;. fair to good
ttockers-and feeder, M-todjato: i-umtnon
to fair stockers and feeders, tt.wejo.li;
Mock heifer. t3 V4.), vetti calv,, hooq
I. 09; bull. .Slats; etc.; HtS.t0.
- Heprestntativs sales
. , .-BEEF STEER.
Na At.. Hr. Na. , , Ar. Pr.
r. 1111 I M I...; uu t -x
lin ! .. .
. . . rW ... .
Ml lM I.;.
Ill I I...
174 I ft 14...
lit IM 4...
.....Ill 4! . 1.1.,
...iu 1 n 1...
...lit 4 71 ,
... as im
... Ill 1 X4
...141 I si
..! 1 rt
... IJ I ?i
... 13 m
... PM 4 U
... 741 4 M
... m I
.. tot I II
:. TVl i 14
... til. I 3
Ill 411. 3 .
llblf EH8. ;
.... 431 I M
.... M 4 U
.... M7 4
...1 4M 4 ft
.... Ill I 21
....414 4 11
... M IS
...nt 4 :
...1141 4 H
...111 I la
...1144 1 a
...114 t :i
... SI I H
.... IS IS
....in 4 m
...17 4 7
.... tat 4 It I
... n 1 m
... IM I il
... II 44
... S IS
... IM I 71 .
... i7 : n
... lis ls
.... n 1 as
m 1 1
m I u
24 T I Is
. If I M
. fan r fit
STOt KERrt AND FEEDERS.
1 im 1 71 11. nt 1 a
S II 4 M It. :.. HID
1 414 I M ' II. 444 4 M
i.. ..-...-'., tw I 34 44 .......... :aa 4 4J-
ji in 1 u ' .... rat
HOflrv-A run or only eighteen or
twenty load- of hogs caused by the
wcrst anting flood ever known in this
section of the' country, sold on a market
that had little sigmfirtrtce. Choice heavy
hues were lacxir.g. onenngs were or no
means - representative, and - sales . were
bunched, the trade being roughly quoted
at tax 10c advances. ' , ' ' -
Packing derharM - ws 'almost i litotes,
most buyers on slaughter account assert
ing that a four or five-load division of
the crop would not warrant the wonting
of killing gangs. .Shippers purchased toe
big bulk of offerings, taking about fif
teen toada In all.
Best weighty nogs on sate brougnt wi w.
a :viit ntckl shore Saturday's top, while
lip and ordinary butchers sold within
17 Cefjt.ll. Outeide demand at these fig
ures waa not esajriaii.v active, out prac
tically everything changed hand before
It to o'clock. .
Representative sales: .
X. AV. SB- Pr. N.
t., r Pr. :
....m is 14
....l ... t a
,...B IS) I Tit,
... -Ja ... I M
IU ... IM
IM M t
u set .1. Ins
M IM 14 IC,
;t sn 34 1 T
n. in st tt
ns ... 1 s -
! ... 1 I . .
so ... 1 irw
4. six ... 4
a us ... ; I
TO. ZIO ... I ' ' .. ..
siHKKf inaouity 01 raiiroaaa 10 De
liver live stock because of the flooded
traekafe and broken bridge spans on
every one of the transportation line was
Dialntr reflected tn the aheea and tamo
supply. Only two or three loads were re-
rtght -around tte above those In farce at
lass .week a cloee. Considerable . allow
ance mast be made for toe fact that the
run was ef tsaunc tuve, however, a pnase
of fee eitwatloa that waa Wholly reepon-
note tor the Dig advance, nun receipt
even barely normal traders all agreed
that Improvement would have been siicht.
Ooed to choice srbsrn tamo - maae a
lofty top of fl tnd some antntnoa 7
snund woo led lamb chapsred hand at
St. 7. The beat woo ted lambs oa sste were
fair ta good western, eimuar to a strtne
that sold for K it last week. T.iey moved
tl TW - -r- - - . ,
isotsjraa: so'o oa snearanx mubs oroers.
the sneeo trade also remained barren
aad nominal, and the feeder wlttf ot the
aaarBet was equally iiietesa. -
CrootsOons oa arwep and LaaiM: Lamba.
good, to enoice, t-" oof! It); lambs, fair to
toad. ss-sw,.s: laanca, soom. issbsfo.s:
tat sneanng lamoa. somj.a. yean info.
bandy. K.bi: ye -lingo, heavy. Mioat
Its; yesjiloo-comrrKi rio.. w-th-,
era, good to choice, thjf--', .wnacrs, I
fair to sood. R:t'i6: ewes, gio4 to
choice, ei.iotli&i.. ewes, fair to good, M 75
. Representative. sales: "
No. Ar. Pr.
77 fed ewes i .
tR f ed lambs :.r. 73 7 6D
! fed ewes : sg 6
' i fed ewes, culls t 0
13 fed lambs ; - ;
' Kaaaae city Live Stark Market. "
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. April l.-i-CATT LE
Receipt. g.Ott) head, lncluJi.e;
eouthems: msrket steady to ICo higher;
native steers. .e4.35: southern ,teera,
o.6bar7.S- southern cows and. heifers.
f3M4r.90; native rows and heifers. HX
;.: stockers and fecOira. U 7;s";i;
bulls. w.atiTTj: calves. ".v;i.!!;: wcj
em steers, t5.75K.M; western tow, J.iO
sji-TS. - "
HOG. Receipts. head: rrrkre-;
Wc hlartrerf hulk -f sle. - $7jH7.!J;
heavy, t7.K.fl7.!0; rck'ro an,l bif.chei-s,
7.7v47.(); lights. 17.ttrgf.7i; I;les, $;.7:!;
O.S. , ' '
SHEEP AND LA'tBS Kccetnis;
head; market stea'dy; tr.ut;ons, JiOtvg
123; lambs. H;;n; fed wether and
'tarUnga. t4.4iKii;.;j; fed t', 3.y;jf,.T7.
CHICAGO LIVE TO(K HIRKET
for Cattle and Hogs , la
ateady sheep Are Firs. .
CHICAGO. ; Apfif l.-CATTLEPjr
cefpt. 1S,6m head; market steady to liJ
ISc higher except .for. ctilvea; beeves.
: 2- w?us-w-,r Dd hlfe,-
" HOGS-Receipt. K.(- head: mrlt
steady, eenerallv afllft- above SatTirday
! night; light. r.iVB7.1i; mixed .
! f : heavy,- 7.70Jo.; rough. t7.Wr.ll;
I ulgs. &sfHSr..-Jt: bulk ot sales. I7.K7.:..
, SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 30,K
i hed: market firm for sheep, but lamb
easier; native, 4.nJH.J0; western. I.50
iio: voSf-llno.o IS 7&T no imhl nanve.
j Js.Kg7.;i; -western. S.ki8.2S.
- , ,
- . Kaasa. fit, L,ve Stock Market.
. i, KANSAS LIT V. Mo . April l.-CATTLE
a , -Receipt. I.SOO beau. Includin 300 touto-
frMi tnarktt stcidy to 15c higher; dresstd
' ibert "d Port steers. i;.l.VrM): fslr
"'Ho good. I7t.7a4i7.0t: westerft steers. 15.79
" c 'tuckers and feeder... ..::
eoutrrern steers, x.aar;.; smitnern cows.
, f3.j09o.ev: native . owe. J3 5t4j4.J8; native
" ! tielfers.-I4.6o$7.00; bulls. KOOfjo lj; calves,
j j 4i.4XtJg.ts. ' ' . '
r mwo-tieceipts. o.,w neaa: marKet iuc
Mher;-bulk of sales. 7.ti7.IO: hetv-.
17.l0sje.0t: psekenr and butchers. - IT.Twtf
sJS); ugnts. 7 B7.7: pigs. i.7M.tv.
i SUt.KP AND- LAIIHM-Recelpts. HMO
head: market ateady to strong: spring
lambs tlt-oO: lambs. xl!.oOfi7.: vearllnas.
Vi.ttrnb'.to; wether.. i;.CtakJi: ewes. Hot
... 4J5.7S; Mockers and feeders. 3 ")i) -"
712 I ..St. Lea Is Live Stack Market.
' 8T.. LOUIS. April L-CATTLE-rBe-ctlpt.
:.100 head including SO) Texan:
Iruvket'lOr higher: native shipping 'and
export steer. 7.bftrii.i: dressed- and
butcher steers.- tt.ub7.to:" steers under
LOut pounds, U.uuelo.CU; stockers and feed
rs, tS3ttt.-J3; ' cows nnd' heifers. M.OtsSi
t.2o: canners. t3.7o94.36: bulls, RtufrAM:
t-Beil. tvwtfa.fs); Texss and Indian
steers.' j;.vtV87.i. cost snd- helfert, tS.M
fH.A. ' "
:.OOS Receipts, !,3uD head: market- WS
13c higher: pigs and lights. It 5ufr8.0";
Kiixed and butchers. tT.SjfjS.15; gjod
SHEKP AND L.MB.-Receipts. - :.0Ut
p'l; market ateadv: native mutton.
U.VHU.&, lembs. I4jn.: cull and
bucks. K.264JJ.a.: stockers. L'.irflJW.
ft. Joseph Live Stark Market.
. ST. JOSEPH,. lo.. April 1. CATTLE
Receipts. i,m heed: marks steddy:
steers,. to.OMtt1.1O: rows snd heifers, 43 25
l7,o; calves. Rsufts.ra).
.HOOfi Recelots. lO.lsa) head: market
higher; top, 17. 6: bulk of sales, tr.tifj
; iHEEP 'AND l.AMB-Receipts. 4.500
head; market steady: lambs. 0.5fl..7a.
'. mock la slaki.
. Receipts of live stock st the flvs prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
' . . Cattle. Hots. Sheep.
South Omaha i.5ivi I.M) MM
ft. Joseph' :.tx it.m) 4.s
Ksnews-clty .JM .7ts) 13.0O
St. Louis :i.on) t.30) S.ono
Chicago .' ll.OM) 32.000 .
.Totals 3t0 ol.JOO U.O00
. Coffe Market. .
NEW TORK. April l.-COFFEE-Fu-ture
market opened ateady at unchanged
price to an 'advance of t points In re
sponse to steady European cables snd
covering of shorts. There was consider
able local selling around the lnllltl fig
ures and while, offering were very well
absorbed during the morning the market
eased off a ahade from the best In the
late trading with the close steady at a
decline of t points on June, but un
changed to t point higher as compared
with raturday -on .other month. Hales,
0.:l bag. April. 13.77c: May, U SJc; June,
I3.t7c: July. Il.3c; August, lire: Hep
tern her. 14.0c: October, )3.ybc; November,
13.10c:. December, 13.Kc: January. lS.oOc:
Havre wss VrH frsnc higher. Hamburg
was unohangrd to S Ptg lower; Rkt, ,&
rels lower at toft. Santos nulet: 4s, 4700;
7s. TtWl Receipts . at the two Brsilllan
ports were 1 , bass, against ,v0 last
Jeer.- Jundlshy .receipts were T.ono begs,
Igainst t.:0t bags last year. Today's spe
cial Rantoe csbie reports 4s SO rein higher
at tToO; San Psulo receipts. 13.000 base,
against ll.oun bags the previous day. New
York. warehouse deliveries Saturday,- 15.ST4
bags, againat 4.21 bag last year. 8pot
coffee, ateady: Rio, No. 7, lc: Santos,
No. 4. ' isi. Mild, quiet; Cordova, 1C4J
Evaperatrd Applee aad Dried Pralt
NEW YORK, April l.-EVAPORATKTb
Ari i,K.-yuiet and steady with prices
unchanged: on the spot fancy, ffJlOVsc;
cnotce, s',ejn,c; pnme. i'ttc.
DRIED FKL'ITS-Prunes. steady with
less preesure ttt sell: nuotatlon ranee
from 4StilOSc for California tip to Sua-)
ana stint tor ires-ons. Apricot, quiet
1 sod unchanged: choice. lfttlV: extra
! Choice. l5wl-Sc: fancy, lAftllSc. . Peaches,
steady with a little better, lobbing de
mand: choice, KSt!l"S' ; extra choice,
ltrl!Hc: fancy, 11S1-'' Hiltlns. bulet
and easy; loose muscatel. tltSc; rnolee
to fancy seeded. Si7Sc: "eediess. Ms
7c. London la vers li.tosrl ti.
Pklladelphla Prodaea Market.
PHILADELPHIA, April l.-Bl'TTER-Market
stesdy; western creamery
pedal, 33c; extra, TSc; oesrby prints,
EOUS Firm: Pennavlvania and other
nearby first, f. c. t41 per case; cur
rent rereiiita. t. c, tti-M per case; west
ers, firsts, f. e. IM& per case; current
receipt. tS.3t per esse.
C'HtSB-Firm: New York full
creams, fanty. SuhiOtjc; fair to good, is
NEW YORK, April l.-COTTON-Soot
oloed quiet. Ic higher: mlddllnr uplands.
HV; middling gulf. UJOc; aalts. OH
COTTON Futures closed atesdr. clos
ing bid; April. Hole: Mar. WStc; June.
HioPc; July. lv.Toe: August, l.74r; t-er-ten.ber.
l.7Sc: October. h.tc: November.
W.Mc: December, WtSc; January, lXtuc:
February, pxttc. j
: - 1
. Oils and Reela.
SAVANNAH. Ga.. April l.-TCRPEX-
TINE Flrrrt: KSc: sale. 1 bbla: re
ceipts. St bbls.: shipments, S3 bbls.; stock.
ICSo bbls -ROSIN
Firm: sales. 11 l.bls: receipts.
742 bbls.: shir-men ts. Istt bUa; stock.
.St bWa ttuote: B. t : 1. Pvt; fi
r 6: F. CI. H. r.UH; I. r.li: K, t7.: M.
ti.; N. .; w. 0., 1..: . .. nn. ,
. ' Dry baeol Market.
NEW YORK. April l.-DRT 5O0DS
Tb Market opened steady with a fair
volume of trade pa -alng. Cotton good ar
firm, with advances of Sc announced In
shirting prints. In men's ereer line trade
continues fair. Raw silk Is htaher. Under
wear and hosiery were la better demand
for the say.
Staeka af Crala at Llverpwel.
UVkRPOOU April L-Following ar
the stocks of breadstuffs and provtaions
In Liverpool: Flour. S 40 sacks: wheat.
171 tut cental: com. 4tZ.n cental:
tsscjoa. B.M boXes: hams. 1.401 bates.
shoulders. t9t) boxee: butter I ntel rata
cheese. !, boxes: lard. M.4tt Iterr
of , pm western steam aad-Lilt teas
ef eloer kinds.
Are Returned in the
WASHINGTON. April 1. Indktmentl
growing out of the Florida Everglades
investigation in the Department of Agri
culture were returned by the federal
Brand jury here today against C. G.
Elliott. A. D. Morehouse, Ray P. Teei t
and Frank E. Slnaleton. The defendants
arc charged Individually with haying
approved or presented false vouchers
against the government Elliott and
Mooruhouo have asserted that the
charges of technical violation of tho
law against them and their dismissal
from the department were brought about
by their opposition to the Everglade
The charges against Elliott, former
chkf of drainage Investigations, and tho
others were made to Secretary Wilson
by J. O. Wright, formerly an assistant
to- Elliott, but now- chief drainage en
gineer of the state of Florida. Wright
made a very favorab'e report on the
Florida Everglades, but Elliott did Dot
approve It and Wright resigned and went
.The report, amended by Elliott, event
ually was suppressed by order of Sec
retary Wilson, who also suppressed a
Circular letter, prepared by Elliott, In
which Inquiries were answered from thou
sands ot Investors In various Isn't
Elliott testified recently that two land
agents had threatened him if he insisted
in taking an unfavorable view of the
Everglades: They also tltreatrned t'l
take the matter "higher up."
Wright charged that Elliott. More
house, Singleton and Tecle had tech
nically violated the law in approving
vouchers for a transference of publii
funds. In 1909 the appropriation for
drainage work waa exhausted, but thf
work In hand was nearly finished and
ths officials borrowed money to com
plete it, paying it back out ot the next
year's appropriation by placing the lend
ers on the payrolls. It was not charged
that any of the defendants profited by
the transaction nor that the government
Secrelsry Wilson dismissed Elliott and
Morehouse and suspended Singleton.
Teel had resigned some time ago. So
licitor McCabe referred the matter I"
Attorney General Wlckcrsham and to
day's Indictments resulted.
WOMAN BLIND FOR TWO
DECADES RECOVERS SIGHT
CEDAR FALLS, la.. April l.-lSpecial.t
Mrs. Arthur W. Rich, who for twenty
years has been totally blind, has re
covered her sight and left today to loiii
her husband who Is in the Adlrondacks
in New York stsle. snd for the first
time in two decades will look into his
face. Her blindness followed the birth
of a child, and while she bss always
maintained that some time she would
ee sgain. her recovered sight seems
miraculous to her friends. About two
weeks ago shs began to see dimly and
now her sight Is fully recovered as aba
believes In answer to faith In prayer.
Her husband was formerly a member ot .
the faculty or the State Teachers' col
lege at Cedar Falls and is the author of
a number of practical mathematical
books used In publio school work. Sha
visited ths college this week and for tho
first time saw the buildings and looked
Into the face ot President Seerley, whom
voice was familiar to her. t?he is a
cultured woman of rare texts In dress
snd In the combination ot color and to
her a new world has been unfolded as
she looks upon present day styles In
contrast to the memories she has re
tained during her period of blindness.
MAN FALLS HEAD FOREMOST
ONTO A CIRCULAR SAW
MASON CITY. I., April 1 -(Special. 1
The particulars ot the death of Doug
las McNaughton have reached here.
He was working in a sawmill st Ion, la.,
on the Yellow river. He was wstchlng
the big saw and there seemed to be
something on the floor which was Inter
fering with its work snd he stepped
toward the raw with the intention ot
removing the obstruction. He In some
way tripped and he went forward Into
the saw snd wss doubtless killed In
stantly. His head was sawn asunder
through the center and hia body pulled
into the saw until It sawed Into the
heart. The machinery waa stopped as
quickly as possible and ths body of the
young man wss removed. It was the
most shocking; death ever taking place
In that vicinity. McNaughton was 34
Issa Newa Nate.
LOGAN-Three stores and the ex
press office were broken into by burglars
here lat night and aHfle from to in
the cash drawer at the deiiartment
tor, about 114 worth of raxor and
pocket knives at the J. T. Csae hard
ware store, p; from the cash drawer
and an unknown number of pocket
knives at the Blocker Mercantile com
pany; and two Jugs snd one case of
liquor at the express office.
Oliver Y. Rasa.
NORTH PLATTE. Neb.. April 1.
(Special.) Oliver Y. Ross, aged 78 years,
who hss lived here since. ist. died yes
terday as a result of a severs attack of
asthma. He was a blacksmith by trade
and worked In that rapacity until a few
years sgo when his falling condition
compelled him to retire. He is survived
by a widow and son. Charles P. Ross of
Omsha. who Is connected with ths en
gineering department of the Union Pa
cific. Eras Celp.
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. April l.-fSpe-
claD-Word has been received hero of
the recent death, at hia home la Canada,
of Evan Culp. who lived here several
years ago. and whose wife, formerly
Miss Cora Layman, grew to womanhood
In this city. He had but recently re
turned from a visit to southern Cali
fornia, where he went for his health,
and met with but little benefit. He waa
making preparations to return to Ne
braska when he was suddenly stricken.
TABLE ROCK. Neb.. April L -(Special.)-Vernon
Moe. youngest son of the
late Charles Moe who had beea Tory
low with tuberculosis for several weeks,
died at the residence of hia sister, Mrs
Emma MaUiewson, Sunday inornlng. aged
M years. He served In tho navy for
three years. He is survived by aa at7xi
mother, a sister and three brothers.
PEORIA. April l.-CORN-H1gher: So.
L,y!ll'" WN No. I
OATS-Higher: No. 1 white, SPic: staa.
ard, tv,c; No. I white, sec
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