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THE BEE: OMAHA.. THURSDAY, APRIL 4. 1911
LADIES' fin wishing I
erne. Call Webster 4ft:4.
iffiBSUari,"u WiH"7 Ctrried try Bull Lead-
COLORED (Irl want work. Call D.
WANTED Sweeping. Ironing and duel
Phone Webster 3-
F.XFER1ENCED laundreoa aant day
work. Phone Web. 4U.
TOl'NG lady wants office work; ma
wages to start. Phoiw Web f."v
EXPERIENCED ealesA-lv -ll posi
tion In genersl muse : imiti (Hrmn and
Xngllsb; good references. Box 232. Eualia,
WASHING or cleaning for Friday and
Saturday. Wen. 4T1.
FAMILY washing to lake
Phone Doug. 4T
LADY wante short ordar work In
restaurant. .Harney "74."
particular and conw-ienllous); three day
to fill ia Haraer 347.
LIVE bTUCK MAKKET OP WEST
Sal your slock ta south Omasa. See
Aileae; and tnrli.kag. Tour coaaaga.
xnia rtveive ita-oai aad cartful auaa
lit stark Caluli Utrrkiala
Byen Bro A Co. Strong and raapoaalbla.
W OO D BHOA. 04-a Exchange Bldg,
Croat Wast, Com. Co, Omaha A Dearer,
"w. R. SMITH A SON )ut handle ebeen,
Clav. llobwaon a Co.. Exchange BldgT
"jalerilate Co. Bettor roaul la Ship to as,
""CLlirTUN com Co.. xu Asanantta BldaT
Coi a Jone Com. Co, bunch of hustler
L. E ROBERTS A Ca. V Each. Bid.
" Faraiere L. A Com. Co.. as) Each. Bkl
"klarl'n Bro. A Co.. .MM Bseh. BUlg
T A GCl" BHOA handlo cattle, nog, ahaaa,
DeponF pteceed of sMpment la Stock
tarda i-al'l Bank. Only hauk at yards.
03UHA, THE CRAM MARKET
l EEKA URA1N CO, (rain mere beaut,
t awiHiuu aoticlteA, tat Brendala,
NUTICR TO CONTRACTORS.
Reiarate hlda will bo received until 4
eV-och on Monday, April I. 111!, at tha
ifJc of the Secretary of tho Board of
Ju-ltyni". I'nlveralty of Nebretka, Lln
i.i.ir, for th construction of a Medical
i Mz laboratory Building, alao for
lasting and ventilating apparatus, plumb
lug and electrical airing for tha iw;
iii IntHl wet lu ha approximately k).uw
to bi built on tha northeast corner of
) tarty-second Ayonuo and Iieeey avenue,
t li v of Omaha. Nebraska; arcortling to
I'lana and specification by tihepley.
Ituian and CooliUge. Architect. Chicago,
111, and now on flit In tha offioa of tha
euperintendent of ' Construction, Room
Administration Building, University
of Nebraska. Lincoln. Blda muet ba
sealed and marked with tha bidder s
i,am and the words:
bid for construction of Medical College
Bid tor heating and ventilating appar
atus of Jiedkal College Laboratory
Bid uf plumbing of Medical College La
Bid for electric wiring of Medical Col
Irge laboratory. Building.
Written plainly on the outside of each
hid. respectively. A deposit of Ten ' Dol
lars illO.tni. pay a hie to th undersigned,
will be required for tha use of each sat
of piani and specifications, the aama to
lie surrendered on return of eaJd plana
and specification to tha Superintendent
uf Conatructlon. J S. DALEH.
Or'FICK OK THE Cjl ARTfcKMArTKR.
.r'ort Logan. Colorado. April let, llt
rtlcd propoeale In triplicate will be ro-
alved hers until Mam.. May U lll. for
furnishing Corn. Oats, Hay. Straw ar
bedding Hay, Wood, Fuel Coal. Char-
oal. Mineral Oil and Oseollne. required
during th fiscal year tndlng Juno Jo, 1113,
a), Furt lgan. Colo. Information tur
iilihed on application here. Envelops
to be marked "Proposals for forage, ted
ding, wood, fuel coal, charcoal, mineral
II and gasoline at Fort Logan, Colorado,
T. T. PYlaaell. Quartermaster.
1 KOPOSALS FOR WOOD. CHARCOAL,
HM1THINO COAL. GASOLINE MIN
T4UI. OIU FORAOR AND BEDDING
chief Quartermaater'a office. Federal
Running. Chicago, Ills.. April 1. lile
rtealed proposals will be received hers
!!! It A. m May I, uu, for furnishing
euppltea mentioned above required 'in
this lifvlalnn during fiscal year eammen
i ng July I, uu. Information furnished
Q appllcaUon. Col. J a o. L. Clem. Chief
Viuartermaater. Al l l-e-S-M.
i'KoPOHALS FOR REPAIR OF ROADM
Fort V. A. Ruaaell, Wye, April 1. Illl
Healed proposals for repair of road,
lurba and gutters will ba received here
iiatll W a. m May I. MIX and then
pened. Information furnished on appli
cation. Envelopea containing pnoposala
tinuld be endorsed "Propoaala for tepatr
rvada," and addressed Amos W. Kim.
htlU Major A Q. M. Al-M-4. S, V
NEW YORK CITY
ae aeleool aeeesle tier. Is aseeeedV
raseasslHseri Unnur la I!
I nil (eery kanry ea
wejees, karery, ee, esses boss f
om. BTorr ninrl
Quidt, DtGiitfJ V-YiM Via
Frend. line Steamers
L Hew neiwPisiis" lab
. Onereeei Sereer Tailaii ilieeier
- T 'aoal
V am W
eBeelaeBMr aAaes S7X
lnil.il. I. el I.. i nb. aWeeerr
!-aee estety essiessea. Fee nmealsti SJb
.. BOCK, ISM Faraaaa .
Is aTBBga. nret aTeUeeal Bank.
t. B. IITI9UII. l&oa raraaaa St.
Oommton Canadian Srvtcm
M.'i ieye.Jeaa L
Meaaeek Mey 1 1. JsA. J. a
I s.ieiii isr Js-njrj
Ftrat eJ, SesslBl TI.!
; For 25c The Bee.
Evening and Snndaf. ' '
ciOelivered at your home.-
OMLSiia, MiniMaaut l
Tksd Casa 11 Jl a Hut I
Anaiigetsaaliaii wwALacal Agoem
ar Ceaenwy'e Oaasaw CMcaaja, tel.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
era are TfnriaTTated
C0S5 SnrrDEEHTO TOCHAHGED
There Is a Tr.de aey to Take Fraflta
as Ike Serella, Wblek Lawka
Sensible, . aa Prtcwa Are
It r warded aa lUarw.
OMAHA. April S, UU.
Tha (enaral optnlona expressed on the
wheat altuaUon Indicate that th big bull
leaders are getting tired of carrying
the heavy load of rash wheat which al
ready shows a big loss. With stocks very
heavy and no cash demand coupled with
-k. . . .... . il- al this
tea son. bears aeem to be well fortified In
tnelr position unless some very ''"'-
able crop conditions develop. .
I neve wee noituns umytrv - -
holiday to changa the sentiment In corn.
There la a tendency to take profits oa
the swell, which looks sensible as price
sre high. Although cash prt-es show no
agns of weakening, th natural altuaOon
Is very strong ana may iorve
higher later In tha araaon.
S.. . . . i. a.h.ai tnarket
I no euse we .. . . .
and with any attempt to aell fun'
out neavy oiieringe inn
Cash wheat waa Ml lower.
J ne corn mareei - - -
some reaction from those levels I prob-
n.r, ae ine hbik
Cssh corn waa WyV: lower.
Primary wheat receipts were fao.or) bu.
nd shipment were C3.0 bu, against
. . trrwrWao. a. Aai si hi tv.
"TP" ' " KU
rnmarr wi n rnxiiii. - -
and ablpmenia were .W bu, against
. .vn k.. .. shin-
receipts last year w -.vw -mente
of .0(K bu.
Clearances were IM-Ot bu. of oorn. .
hu or nets and wheat and flour equal to
Llvsrpool closed VwLsd. lower on wheal
and unchanged on oorn. .
The following caan aaiea were r-i-w...
WIIEAT-No. I hard. 1 car, Jra.
l,Olli o. wnue: I -
yellow- 1 car. TJc; cars, TRsC
mled: 1 car. Kc. ,
OATH standard: 1 oar, . w-
white: 4 cars. 53VC No. 4 yellow: 1 car.
Omaha t'aaa l-rlees.
WHEAT-No. hard. Il.ooaiol: No. I
hard. V,frtl.vl; No. 4 hard.
tx)RN-No. I whit, jurrcsc; 0: i
white. !::ic; No. t color. 13,:3e: No. I
yellow, ijesTlVi; No. 4 yellow. 71;ic; No.
?:s.f;ic: No. 4. 7lt44t;:4c: no grade,
OATH yn. I white. sIhuvc: stanaaru.
Utltac: No. I white. Utjol'ic; No. 4
white. U'ioir: No. I yellow, aMsMVo; Ne,
I ysllnw. K',Uc. . .
BARLEY Malting, II.SStH M: No. 1
feed. Mwe; heavier, feed. HlcOdl .
RYE No. , Mytc; No. A a0M.
When. Cora. Oata,
Chlcaaa 4s las M
Mlnneapolla , 174 " -.
Omaha t 11 T
Duluth H . ... ...
CHICAGO ORAIX AJID PROVISIONS
Prlree aa Board of Trad.
CHICAGO. April l-OIlt edge weather
for growth In Kansss and Oklahoma and
far seeding In the Dskotas and Minne
sota encouraged speculators today to
pound down th price of wheat. Latest
trading left the marks! at decline of
Ml So to Iho net. Corn finished H0o
to V off, oats at a loss oi oho ana
hog prices varying from th earn as
Monday night to drop of a dim.
Attention In the wheat pit veered al
most completely from th May option to
ine monin reprsseniing aeuvery oi ine
new crop. Th southwest sold Isrgs
amounts of th July futur here, th rea
son being not only the fin growing
weather or tn laat two day, nut an or
flctal ' forecast of ' atmllar condition to
com. Crop experts traveling tn that aec
lion reported th outlook superb. Mlnne
spolia sent word at tha same that aeed
ing operations would be la full awing all
oter tha thro principal norUiwsatsra
Is tea by tha end vf tho week. Mom
seeding waa said to be already under
way across tn boundary lino in Canada.
Prices suffered also because of eonalgn-
menta of Haakatchewan wheat pressing
for sals dear from Duluth to Omaha.
An estimate put forth on klgh author
ity that tha wheat crop of tho I'nlted
mates April I showed a condition of ft, I
per cent, sgslnst (VI a year ago fell flat.
Tha crowd went on sailing new crop
month and forced a new low level. Be
tween the opening and the close July
rasged from Kc to W'tC, with ths final
tnas 'Steady at WUts. ljlo under
forty-eight hours before.
Corn weakened with wheat and because
of a general move to eecure profit on
purchase mad during th recent ad
vene. Prospect of lighter feeding In view
of tha clear eklea and rising temiierature
had a aotnewhat disconcerting effect en
the bull aide. Cheen offerlnga of low
grade Canadian wheat at Omaha counted
also agalnat values of ordlnry forage.
My corn fluctuted from 7Sc to He and
rloaed eaay 40 down at VfcfyTSUc. Cash
gradea war weak. No. I yellow waa
quoted at JeSeFilr for carlors.
Bright prom la or a start soon on plant
ing made -the price of oata wilt. The
northwest reported a big acreage prob
able and ald soil conditions wsre per
fect.' Outside limits for ths May option
proved to be Mo and Hc. with last
sales MMrettkC an easing off of Sc from
Monday's Istost figure.
Thar waa a huge trade In provlalens.
Packers, however, met freely the general
outside and foreign buying so tnat In
the nd the market stood unaltered or had
us on rrora a naas to rue.
tjuotatlona on futures cioeud as follows:
Article! Open. Hlgh. Low, Cloce.l Yea y
May (1 BU'
' Sept. invUV
4 OS '. tesoj iw
Peru I I
May. IT HO!
I 17 ,
M U I W U
Sept.) M 4I
July.l M f
Sept. I W H
M loM N 11U
14 104 1
Caah nuotatlona were aa follows:
FliOl'R teadv: winter patents. Hit?
Ill: winter straight. KiautHm; spring
patenta KMr: spring atralghts. He
1 70. ask era. l.0.
RYE No. t Wc.
BARLEY Feed or ml ring. SOcfitl.e;
fair to cnoena malting. fvrl.R.
KKROK-Tlmotliy, jlJ.v. Clover.
PROVISION-Mesa pot. llT.1JHe17.l
Iird, la tierces, B) K. Short ribs, looaa,
Trx m I .U.MIUM a! terKel m rA 11...
two days, were equal to fTXeD bu. PrK
mery recetpta. two aaya, were o.ng bu,
compared with e&,0M th con ponding
two day a year ago.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat. II cars: corn, tn cars; oats, X'.
cars; boas, Ft.ota) heed.
Chicago Cash Prices-Wheat: No. I red
n.mei H: No. I red. BV-erO 45: No. t
herd, H.'T1.4V No. t hard. ac1.l:
No. 1 northern, 1 Mri II: No. t northern.
tl.OMri M No. t northern, tl at91.r; No
I spring, MHc4te1.l: No. I epring. Kr-w
II 44: No. 4 spring, Mrertl M; velvet chaff,
ajobtl 7: durum. aMtH.OS, Corn: No.
t TM7lc: No. I white, 7etT75lc; No. 3
yellow, !lW(e; No. A nHy7jc; No. 4
white, 7SHr7c: No. 4 vellow. n,w71ie.
Oats: No. 3 white, Uve.Aae: No. t whit.
SetKoo: No. 4 wait. Ue4c; standard.
RYB-No. t, . . .. .
TEAL-eJteady. 'otitic. '
TIMOTHY BEED-4S 'lia.
BUTTER-Steady; ereamart, rfrc;
EOOS-Weak: receipts, W.19S cases: at
mark, esses Included. iac; ordinary
firsts. lSc, firsts. Utilise.
CiiEESE - wak, dajnta, Ofay.
twfris, r; young America; ttSlic;
long horns. lMk01c
POTATOES Firm; receipts. 4S ears:
Wisconsin. .eLJ; Michigan and Mla
POl'LTRY Strong: turkeys. 14c; chick
ens. Ufrc. sprrnga ltr.
HW YORK. OEM KRAI MARKET
atatlea ml lbs Day en Varlaae
NEW TORE. April J.-ELOUR-iulet:
spring patenta. X4ti.it; winter etraiehts.
U tbtti.it; winter patents. H 04 .
spring clears. M.S44M: winter ex
tras. No. 1, t TObl.s; winter extras. No.
i, .:ie14i; Katwas straights, Vt Tetrl A,
Rye flour, quiet; fair to good. S.aHHu.
choice to fancy. tO-j..
CORNMEAL Steady; fine whHe or yel
low. i.MsLM; coarse. el.4jLH; kiln
RYE Firm: No. tlc'r. I. f. Buffalo.
BARLEY Steady; malting. tl.41.3, c
L f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Ppot market Irregular; No. I
red (Lots In elevator, export basis to ar
rive, and II 7'4 f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern Duluth. eLlHi f. o. b. afloat
opening of navigation. Futures: Further
liquidation of lata month occurred today
In response to bearish crop and weak
news The market was weak all day
ad closed aV net lower. May. K 9
1.47V closed ll oTt-ll; July. tl.W 7-lMf
D.flV closed tl.M 7-14. Recetpta, llT.aj
bu.; shipments, IM.flht bu.
CORN Spot market eaay: export. Wee
f . o. b. afloat. Futures market was nom
inal. No receipts; shipments, I.U bu.
OATH-Spol market steady: futures
market nominal. Receipts, Ctfc!i bu.;
ahlpmenta. Sut bu.
HAY Firm: prime, ll.4n; No. t, Jl.K;
No. t ILS; No. A 1.1MI .
HOPS 8teady; state, common to
choice, 1911 crop, SSei&c; 19H crop, nom
inal: Pacific coast. UU crop, 41b44c; ln
crop, nominal. -
HIDES Quiet; Central America, S4Hc;
LEATHER Steadv; hemlock firsts,
ere; seconds, J1ic; thirds, HtjiJc; re
PROVI8I0N8-Pork, firm: mess. 1-7S
fili.S; famlly. t,00jZl u. abort clears.
ITtOeHlTO. Beef, firm; mesa. tlljOft
1440: family, lls.wajllSI': beef hams, taut
klLO. Cut meats, firm: pickled belllee,
N to 14 pound a, .5Uftll.M; pickled hams,
I11.7efl2 l. lrd. ean) ; nilddl west
prime, llO.IOtil'lJO: refined, steady: conti
nent. 10; Mouth America. Ill.u; com
pound. IT O0tf7 J7H.
TALLOW Firm: prim city, hh.hv, fc;
special, aic; country. etieAc,
BUTTER Firmer; rec-lpts, AA33 tuba;
creamery specials. 31c; etnas. Ille: first.
BrWlyslc: stst dairy, finest. 11c; good to
prime, SMtduc; common to fslr, ltiJ7c.
CHEESB-FIrm; receipts. If boxes;
stats, whole milk, currant make, colored,
KOOit-ntcadlcr: recelpla, J7.SU cases;
fresh gathered, first atorage packed, ll'i
fjSc; fresh gathered, flral regular packed,
J0til'c: fresh gathered, accomla.
tlV; weatem gathered, white. jrnaSr.
POl'LTRY Alls, very firm: chickens,
Kc; fnwla. 17c: turkey. 17r; dreaacd,
quiet; foejls, 14414lc: turkeya. W&ac
Cra aad Wheat Realea B.lletla.
United Statee Department of Agricul
tureWeather bureau report fur tha
twenty-four hours sndlng at S a. m, 75th
meridan tlms. Wwtnesday, April April I:
OMAHA . DISTRICT.
station. ' High. Low. fall. Sky.
Aahland, Neb, 14 li .00 Clear
Auburn. Neb... 41
B k n Bow, Nb. at
Culberta'n, Neb 44
Falrbury, Neb. 47
Fairmont, Neb. 43
Or. Island, Nb. 47
H'tlngton, Neb. li
Hastings, Neb, 44
Holdrege, Neb. as
Lincoln. Nb.. 44
No. Plstts. Nb 44
Oakdale. Neb.. 16
Omaha, Neb.... 4.1
Tekamah, Neb. U
Valent a, Neb. 44
Altai la. 41
Clarlnda. la.... M
Sibley, la 41
Hloux City, la. U
Pt . cloudy
Minimum temperature for twalve-hour
period ending at I a. m.
. DISTRICT AVERAGES.
Na. -Temp. Raln
Centrai. Stallone. High. Low. fall.
Columbus, 0 17 M . M .a
Louisville, Kr .. n n 34
India pot la,' lad. 11 44 at
Chicago, 111 M 44 . 34 .00
St. Loul. Mo... 1 M C " .
De Moines, la, 33 41 M
Mlnneapolla U i .
Kan. City, Mo, 43 IB .)
Omaha, Neb 17 43 Bi ,4V
Ralna occurred within the last twenty
four houra In the eastern snd soulliern
portions of the corn snd wheat region.
Temperatures at or below freesing were
recorded In all except th Loulsvlll dis
trict. Is A. W ELSH.
, . Ljcal Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
St. I.eala Ueaeral Market.
ST. LOC18, April t-WHBAT-FIrm;
track No. 3 red. II. 4; No3 hard, 1101
CORN-Strady; trick No. 1. Tec; No. I
OATS-Steady: track No. t MfWc;
No. 1 whit. 4e44c. -
Closing prices of futures:
WHEAT-lower, Ma , ll.OOStil 40H;
CORN 'xiwer; May. 77c: July. 7c.
OATS-Weak: May, tic; July. 4eHo.
RYE Unchanged, tie. v .
FLOL'R Firm; red winter patents. MA
teS.eu; extra fancy and straight. M.VUQ
1. 16; hard winter clears, C 403.7e. .
SEKD-Tlmothy, ll4.aoeil3.4a. , ,
BRAN Firm; sacked east track, $1.33
HAY-Stronger: timothy, t:iliitA;
prairie. Wl loti'iS.t.
PROVISIONS-Pork, unchanged; Job
bing. 114.71. I-ard. unchanged: prim
team. B9.47saS-a:. Iiy, aalt meat, un
changed; boxed extra shorts,. $9. 3fi; clear
ribs. $9.31: abort clears. $9. 7a. Bacon, un
changed; boxed extra shorts, lie.3; clear
ribs. 114.26: short clears, tla.-e.
FOl'LTRY-elteady; chicken. KUc;
springs, lie; turkeys, ,17c; duck, lie;
BL'TTER Firm: creamery, 'JJ4J31 VtC
EOOS Unchanged, lac.
Flour, barrel M.Oft U.W0
Wheat, bushels .......... I,) M.ntn
Corn, bushels il.tta) ' M
Oata, buahel 4.401 , Tl.aa)
Kaaaaa City tieala aad Prevlsle.a.
KANSAS CITY. April I WHKAT
Cah. unchanged: No. ! hard. tl.jl.h);
No. A n 4IW1.; No. 3 red. ll.O201.tt. Na
CORN-MJ'c Vtgher: No. J mixed. 77J
Tec; No. A MOWsc; No. 2 white. r.Qllc;
No. A 74c.
OATS t"nchnged to He higher: No. J
whit. WCIedec: No. 3 mixed, MtjMc.
Closing price of futures:
WHEAT May, MV: July, 9;,J
tic; September. He.
CORN May, TSc; July, 73S7,c; Sep
OATS May, Wto; July. 4Sc- ' - -
HAY Steady: choice timothy. W.44;
choice prairie, UI.7sn2C.4a.
BUTTER-Creamery. Mc: firsts. Kc;
seconds. 2c; packing stock. Ben He
EOJ 8-Extra. c ; f I rale. uv.
. . Receipts. Shipments
Wheat bu..... 1I.0M - loi.aiw
Corn, bu l.io wan
Oata. bu 4.4M 34 OW
Mlaaraaalla Urate Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. April 1 WHEAT
May, 1.S; July. ll.aV, September.
7Sc. Caah: No. 1 hard, $l.o; No. I
northern. II OS's; No. 2 northern, "tl.l.;
No. A H AI14.
BA RlY-9ctJa ..
CXRN No. I yeltowTHr. '
OAT8-N0. I whit. tttjo.'Sc.
RYE No. A .
HKAN-la Ms-pound aackt. I34.s
FLOt'R-Flrat patenta M.WOe.3: sec
ond patenta M So4.M: first clears, S3 a
wl.o; second dears. 13 ti1.u.
Userpssl Crwla Bf arket.
LIVERPOOL. April A WHEAT Spot,
firm; No. I red western winter. ts3Hd.
Futures, firm; May. 7 MSd; July, 7s vd;
October. Ts 4VA
CORN Spot steady; American mixed,
new. ts Hd: American mixed, otd. 4s MHd:
American mixed, new, kiln dried. 4s7d.
Futures, steady; May, 47VI; September,
PE03J.A. April A-CORN CncbaBced.
No. I yellow, TMtc; No. I mixed. Tiltc.
No. 4 mixed. 74V.
OATH-Lewer: No. 1 white, (i'ic; tan
dard, See, No. t Ut.
EW Y0RKSTOCK MARKET
Dealing- Decrcmj ia Volume, with
Prices Yielding- Little.
S1E-SAW H0VE3CE5T LAST EOTJS
Tradl.a Elease.t laellaee Derldedly
TaerarA ftclllag side, with Stee-I
a.d 1 a lea Pacific lades
Pr r ee.re.
NEW YORK. A mil 1-Althouch
of sundard atocka yielded but Ultle to
day, the reactionary tendency of the
early week heoanie more pronounced and
dealings fell to the smallest total record d
in any full day for more than a fortnight.
Virtually all the activity waa In the first
hour. The trading element Inclined de
ddeclr toward the selling side, this atti
tude finding Ita surest reflection In the
reistlv heaviness of I'nlted Statee Steel,
1'nlon Pacific and Reading;, with some
pressure on the coppers. Advances for
the most part occurred In issues with
Uttle public following.
Declines far outnumbered rains at the
opening. Canadian Pacific was the most
I conspicuous exception, opening here with
a gain or more than z omnia. i.,uoinc
Its rise of slmost t polnta In Ixindon.
The strength of this stork wis need a
an exeu-w to advance Kries on the now
famllUir rumor of a Canadian Paciflc
F.rte traffio alliance. A brisk movement
In Wabash preferred and the 4 per cent
bomia furnlahed a baste for rumor that
lArkawanna Interests were buying those
issue for control.
The market assumed an even tone In
the last hour under the lead of steel
ehares. Activity Increased, but the move
ment wss of brief duration, and Amalga
mated common, American Smelting. Union
pscinc and Lenigb valley reii to ine
lowest of the dav. Theie was some re
covery from this level just .before the
close, with a spurt in Amencsn t-an
common and preferred, both of which
ePtabllehed hlah records.
The day brought no new adverse In
fluences uf groat moment. The only new
financing announced today was that of
the Erie road, which has received per
mission to aell 1D,dw. of three-year 1
per cent notes
A compilation of the new securities
Issued In the first quarter of the current
yr shows thst the railroads put out a
mailer amount of nol-e than tn the
same quarter of Ifll. while the Industrial
companies Increase, I their output by over
tta,wi.iyv. Total offerings of bonds, notes
and atocka for the last quarter aeere
gates 7S9.win.uia, an Increase of ir.i'W.0
over last year.
I tonus were firm. Total sales, nar
value, C.II!Vin. tnlted States bund
were unchanged on call.
Number of aaies and leaTtnv quotation
on stocks today were a follow:
SSI Hire. fce ties.
4tlls-1ilsier fit IH i
AaMlsswsle CSpeer ... M M CS l
Awsrkss Afrtesllsrsl ... S t
Anerlrsa. IMet Sutsr.... 1 79 fl't aS
Smencsa Css II.TM ll'k t!
Aaericsa '. r. ....... M . U HI
Assrrtcas Cottea Oil
Aearlesa M a L I4...
Aa. Ire sersrlllea M Ut4
. ... J4H
Aawrlrsa LeroautlTa ., m tH
AnerMaa a. m R W in
Aw. s. a R. pre aa
Aa. Rlesl ysunrte
a 17 liw leS
m Lit ia t
t.sw iiiv lU'i n"i
ICe 41 Ut J1
t.laa laH lest lt
in wi mi kui
l ew lets IM't WIS
i.Kt Ji' us N
I Ma ti a'S us
l.W I4ll twi III
Aw. auger Rsrinisg,
Aaierlcsa T A T
Aiserlesa Tca ptt.
Aaerlraa Wsslea ....
Asscoada MlsUig Ce..
Allamlc Coast Us...
Ball law A litis
Brsoklrs Ral4 Tr...,
rasselsa rarlfle .....
1 i Jl Pi
Cselrsl Lealker pt ...... let U
tslisl of Nav Jseasy., -,
Choaaseske a Okie M.14 TH. V
I lease A Alloa
OUrsae O. W.. sew 1a 1
dieses a. w. I4 e rd
I'klrsss N- W M 111
1'klttio. M 41 P.... I1.W 111
. : cam. u...
Colsraaa F. m I
Cslaraos A Bawtker.
M 47 T.
B S S
r'onsolMale Uss ........ Be tU
'era Prolseta ia Ilk
Delaeare a Haese 11
uesasr A Rle Ursade.
D A g. O. (
nieiuanr geurlllss ..,
ane 1st sf4
grle M sM
General Klerlrle .
Ores! Nan Iters fd
Oreat Nortasm Or atta..
Interest loss! Harvester .-
Internalises! Pm ......
Kansas CHy asutaera...,
K. Se. r
Loelavlll A Nallla...
Mil. at. Loul
m , at. p. A a a M...
Hlaesari, K. A T.a.
U.K. AT. sl4
N. R. R. el M. M et4..
New York Central.
N T . o. w
Korfeik A Westers.
rsrirtr Malt ,
l.tn U7t la N7S
IMS 111 I lua
4?S 4I 4IS
I l i;u
ii. a ats
1I1S 1UU 111
U7a IMS 1M
; is ut in I
4. AN S 4iS
1.U ms nit
lo mat la
M.tu IKS I"
tfl s S
U.;a i:is ir-s las
a nt ns as
l.Ha t:is ims is
T f. C. A St. L
ruisbarsk real ....
P I Steel Car..
sm :it us is
MS ' MS
. . . 1S
Pullsiss Psiaco Car.
rl.... let . IIS
7. ! Ills 13S 14'S
Rsssklle Steel scd....
Rock lalsn Ce
Dork Ulead s. s(4...
h. L t r M sf4.
St. Leaia a. w
. u S. W. sM
aises-Skarllel I. A I
Baalkera rarlfle 4.4M
eoslnsra Rallwsr ' J.1S
toalker Kellsar Ptt.... le
Tao.i e Cesser W
Tesas A rarltit M
'., l. U m
. si. C A I
w ' ie
t'slea rarlfle M.na
fnloa Pan pM aa
line mala rteanr e
t'slls stales Rooter.... I.HK
I'sHel Stsiae stool .re
V. a Steal a!4 Sn
CU Carper .
Va.-rSrellsa Caeaueal .. M
Waneak I4 law
Westers Marrlas4 "
Waoilsawsuss Elect rla .. ,
Waolara tales ,,. 44
4.M 144S 141 S IM
rklee One. ei-rtgkte.. ' MS
Total aalea lor tke ear. M.o aaaroa.
New larM Money Market.
NEW TORK. April l-MONEY-On
call, steady; 2at4 per cent; ruling rata
: per cent; closing aid. 1" per cent; of
fered at 4 per cent. Time loana. easy:
Ixty day. I1- per cent: ninety day.
3163 per cent: six montha 34 per cent.
PRIME M ERCANT1LE PA PER-4-,9
44 per cent.
8TERL1NO EXCHANGE Steadv. with
actual business In bankers' bills at MATS
for sixty-day bills snd HaTTS for demand.
Commercial bllla hB
SILVER Mexicaa oonare, a.c.
RON Del Oovenunent. steady; rallreaA
firm. 1 .
Closing traotadong oa bonds today were
0. s. eat. Is. reg...ietetr. si at. as-.. s
ta anwaa WeS-Jan. 4 MS
. g. as. leg MIS 4 4S "
esse. 1SK. C. So. lot So S
n a 4a. rae, 114 L. a. d-o. ea latl... MS
s. - - 114 l A NL aal. 4a ... MS
Allie-Oeal. 1st -.. MSM. X A T 1st ,.. M
Aassr. Aav to. MIS sea. 4S ass
.TAT. . on-.a..-.t raruia oa....... las
Aav Teeaet 4a. SX. It K. at H 4Sa Ms
4. sa IMSN. T. C. a ISa.... It
Ameer A Ce. S MS ea ea. 4. us
Atctlaea ea. .... e-a-ia. i. ia. as. t a.
Ie ao. . ...i
s ee. 4e. HSN. A W. let a s.. MS
I C. L la a sas ae ee. aa. ills
SaJ. a OOIO sa " rawe oa. aa,
TlV MS oa u aes
, AW. IV ''tO- L. rM. aa.... MS
kesa. Tr. v. 4a..- tTSPeaa. ee. ISe UU.. Irs
,w J OS. Is. IMS o rea. ...MS
Oa. Uetker as..... MSlteaalag gee. .... Ms
d K. J. I M..H1HS. U A a F. ta. 4s Ts
Caea. A Okas 4Sa...MS e see. as M
e e. a" - a. .-.. o. oa.. aiw
ruesa A A. IS-. M let oM 4a.... IIS
C. B A Q- J. 4a.... liUm ie,.... Ms
ee sea. 4. go. Pee. eeL ts MS
c. a. A a. r. i a or. 4s ts
C B. t. A P. a 4a. Its do 11 ref. ta. MS
4 its. a atsaa. Railway 4a. Mis
Ota. la, as. t4 o too aa. as
Colo. Mi, ta. ttHValea rarina as.... 11
alt tit IS S7S e. 4s....'....Ms
a A B. ev. 4B- MS e tat A ea. 4s.. Ms
aap. A B 41. 4a.... MSL. s. Bekbee a....iei
oo ret. se.. ........ - a. aaeei ss oe...ias
nwillaeV M ........ Ilal'UV. aana. is..ws
aitrte a. I 4s.. vskea 1st as 17 s
e aoe, at. ''a i oa.... jew
so . ts. w. A- M Wsstara MA v... Uk
So imo. a ISVWaol. Klee. ev. Is.. SS
Oes- Elee. re. es...HoSWle. Ceatnl SA
ni. res 1st roT Of - aSMo. Pee. ce. M sa
sue. Mat ase 91 Psasssa la MIS
Laaalwa atatrk Market.
IvONOON, April A Anteelcsn securities
were ouiet and steady during the early
trading today. At noon prices ransjed
from unchanged to V higher than yes
terday's New Turk closing. Canadian
Pacific was strong at 2 points advance.
London dosing stock quotations:
Cesools saaaay .... aSLoeMrllle A Naak. Hl
s aecsset 74 1-Uslo.. Kaa. A Tea.. IIS
Aaaat. Coeasr MSXae Tart Oetrsl .lH
Asetoaea S.Norik A Woetere-lltS
Alrklaoa HIS et r-
4o eM lttsoeurls A Waetera. 4
Bainaaore A Okle less ISseaylasala SIS
CsssSiaB rarlfle ..tatSRas lllsss "
Coaasseske A Okie. MSResSlB It
(.Sjl. Orsat WsMsrs. M Sesisere Br . 3S
CM., MM. A . P.11JS eo T,
dm Bears ISSSoethers Paelfte ..117s
beaver A Rat .... 4',lalos Pacific , 174S
e t4 so eta M
trio aSC 1. Steal S
So 1st ft 7 so ftt 1U
ae a ef4 4sassa IS
Orsat Trunk S eo t H
UllseM Central IM -
SILVER-Bar. steady at Zl l-ld per
MONEY per cent
The rate of discount in the open mar
ket for short and three months' bills Is
ls per cent.
Roatea Sleek Market.
BOSTON. April A Closing quotation
on stocks fre ss follows:
Anal. Cesser Neaaes Coo. ..
AIL 8 llSNInlaalnf Hiaea
Arias Cean iSMortk Bulla ...
B. A C. P. A . M. ISNonk Lake ....
'sl. A Artaoss. "SSI nosaislea .
Inl A Heds...
Ksst Ball C. M
Groeee Csosses .
tale Morale Coeeff
1 Salle CSpBer..
Mlecsl Cosser ...
. HSUslory M
. HSKkeaaoa IS
. US porter U
. ISmnorior A B. M... 1'i
. 42STsaasrark S
. 4SV. a S. R. A M... MS
. IIS a af4 4as
. I'aruk Cea 1
. MSI tak Coeper C. '
. ilSlena t
. M Wolaerlae Ill
tre Yark Mlalagt Sleek.
NEW YORK. April I-Oosln; quota
tions on mining etocka were:
Alice M Little Cklef I
Bras.olck Ce I Maalcaa M
Coat. Tossel eteck.. I OeurM IM
koaes 11 Osklr II
Cos. Cel. A V 71 Standard M
Iron atuer 11 Yetlo. Jackt 13
Leadline Cea. 1
OMAHA. April 1 -Rank clearings for
today were 3Z,.tMI.7k3.3o and for the corre
sponding day last year fc'.ia.nu...
OMAHA UE.1EHIL JIAKKET.
BL"fTER-No. 1. Mb. cartons. Xt: No.
1 In M-lb. tuhe, A'c; No. A c: packlus,
CHEESE-lmported Swiss. 3!r: Ameri
can Swiss. Sic: block Bwlss. 33c; twins.
2Jc: daisies. 23c: triplets. 21c; young
Americas. 33c: blue label brick, 34c; 11m
berser, 2-lb.. 20. ; l-lb.. Sc.
FISH (fresh froseni-Plckerel. c; white.
11c; pike, lie; trout. Sc; large rrapplrs.
lltflic; Suanlah mackerel, lie; eel. I::
haddorka, Uc; floundera, 13c; green cst
flsh. l.'ic; ros shad. II each: ahad rue, per
(air, USc; aalmon. 10c; halibut, 11c; )el
uw perch. 4c; buffalo, 9c; bullheads, lie.
POULTRY-Brollcra, tniakii 7.S0 per doa;
springe, 2uc; hena. 17c: coi.'k. lie: ducks,
Isy.uc; geeae. lc: turkeys. Kc; plgeona
per doa., lLuc. Alive: licus. Lc; old roost
era, ltlc: Ntsgs. 4c; old duck, full feath
ered, lee; geeae, full feathered, 9c; tur
keys. Kc; pigeonspr do., a:; homers.
p-r doa., K eu; squabs. No. 1. 31. eO; No,
BEEF CUTS-Rlbs: No. t Vc; So. i
14c; No. 3, lie. Lulna: Nu. 1. lbv; No. 2.
Kc; No. A 154c. Chucks: No. 1. 7c;
No. J. 7tc; No. 3. 4c. Round: No. 1.
WV: No. S, ltrHcT'No. 3. ec. Plate:
No. I. tc: No. 3. 4c; No. 3. ilyc.
LOINS-No. L Mc; No. A lVc; No. 3. (&
' CHUCKS- No, 1. lc; No. 1. le: No. A
RlBS-No. A 171-fC; No, 3. 14c; No. A
'ROi;ND8-No. A lie; su S, lWc; No.
MlaCELLAN ROCS Almonds: Tarra
gons, per lb . lSltc; In asck lets lc less.
Cocosnula: Per aark, li.wl. Filberts: Per
lb., 14r; In sack lots, lc lenn. Pesnuts:
Roasted. In aack lota, per lb., 7lc;
roasted, lesa than aack lota, per lb., ae;
raw, per lb., 6c. pecan: Large, per lb.,
lie; In sack lota lo lea. Walnuts, New
crop, mil. California, per lb.. 17c; In sack
lota, lc lr. Cider: New "Nehawka, per
IA-gal. bbl , A im; per e0-gal. bbl., t5.s;
New York Mott a, per le-gal. ti bbl.. ll jO.
per M-gal. bbl., KA Honey: New, 24
frame. I37n. Kraut: Per li-gil. keg,
IXi.; per I gal. keg, 11.21.
NEW YORK, April A-COFFEK-Fil-lures
oiiened uutet at a decline of 4ti7
polnte under a renewal of scattering
liquidation or moderate aelllng. which
waa aunrjoaed to be Inatilrcd by the con
tinued large receipts at Hraall. The close
waa barely steady at a net decline oi
from i to I polnta Sales, 4n.iJ base.
April, U64c; Mav. ll;:V; June. IS.TSc,
Julv. 13.85c; Auguat. nunc; September,
13.loc: October. W.SOc; November. 13.10;
lecemler, HaSc: January and February,
13.11c; March. Ii3c. Havre was frxnc
hlgHer. Hamburg waa unchanged at !'3o.
Samoa wa unchanged at HtVCr); "a. 7Wh.
Receipt at the two Kraaflian ports were
H orn lissrs. aaainat 7.(4)1 laat year. Jundl-
ahy receipts were 9.1A0 bags, against 2v
lat vear. rociav s apeciai caotee in'm
Santos reported the market Inactive, with
4s unchanged, and Sao Paulo recelpta of
I2.B bass, against 13.Ct the previous day.
Th world visible supply statement
howed a decrease of Mo.Kt! hags In th
viaihle for the month of March, agalnat
a decrease of 36,H2 last year, making
th aupplv as of April 1 l.' tJV.'l.i bair.
agalnat 12.i.72R laat year. Spot coffee,
quiet; No. J Rio. 14,e- No. 4 Santo.
lSci Mild, quiet; Cordova, IC?t'SStc,
NEW YORK, Aorll 3. METALS
Standard copper, quiet; spot, aia.uiiia.ie;
April and May, tle.a0nle.7v: June and
July. tli.jMtle.ii, London market, atrong;
spot.' ! lea future. fi 13s 4d; arrival
reported at New York today, 62 ton:
custom house returns enow export of
3.02 tons ao far thla month. lAk copper,
tl4.00trlti.25; electrolytic, IIMU; casting.
tlASntjlaTe. Tin. firm; spot. t43.104J43.iO;
April. 341 110j43.10: Mav. t S4i .40: June.
H2.37Vi43.iiiH; July. t42.l3Mr43.7o; Auguat,
t4l.7Vt'41.27ti: lxmdon market strong:
aiot. 197; futurea, ft; Vat. lead. quiet;
M.4.. New York: M.lIMtd. F.t St.
Loula; London, fl 3s sd. Selter, dull and
nominal, BveiafilW. New York; ia
East St. I.ouls: lindon. 1 .'i 7a 4d. Anti
mony, quiet: Cookaon'a. tS.Ha. Iron. Cleve
land warrants, ale V in London; lo
cally Iron waa steady i No. I foundry
northern. fiajS4ili.7e: No. 2. tl17iilo.z;;
Nit I southern and No. I southern soft,
"sUR-IS. April 1 M ETA I.S LeeC
firmer, K2i. Spelter, firm; te-oft,
Erape rated Apples aad Drteel Fralta
NEW YORK. April 3. EVAPORATED
APPLES-Uulet. with prlcea about
ateady; fancy. Mili"fC; choice at V9
lc: prime. 7'a8'.
tRIEl FBl'ITA-Prunea. quiet but
steady, with nuotatlona ranging from
4tc to 19SC for t'allfornlaa up to 3s-40s
and from to to lie for Oregon. Aprl
eota. dull but firm, with choice quoted
at 1fl4Ac; extra choice, lieiltSc: fancy,
ilic; no fresh feature l reported In
the market for peaches; choice, WMlc;
extra choice. 11iIISjc: fancy. UseilJc.
Rsislna unchanged : choice to fancy
seeded. ,7V;; looee muscatels, otjsa,!-;
seedless. eS:7ac; Londoa layers. tl.a)
I.. . ,
Pklladelphta riaelaee Market.
PIHLADEIJ'HIA. April 3.-BCTTER
. ... . . ., lafwanr anectal. 13e:
ereaauj . - - .
extra. 2c: nearby prints. 34c.
BOOS Weak and lower: Pennsylvania
and other nearby first a. free saaes, pi.44
per case: current receipts, free cases. 3&.M
per case: western firsts, free case. Ik 44
per cane, current recetpta, tree cases, te-M
OataBTa Hay Marks. .
OMAHA. April t-No. L t33.4: No. I
tJ2.; No. A m: No. 1 midland. .
TtT , I tea- olfalfs rhelra Xrl
and 4th rutting. SAW: 1st snd 2d" cutting.
tJriT.s; o. e-.oia.oe, a.w. e,
NEW YORK. April a Sl'G A R Raw.
. .. i ea aea la. aenirir.'
acsAM test. AMe: mo ma sugar, t test.
S.41C. gteilBSWa. ajwaoa.
Refined Bacar la B4atA
NEW YORK. April A All grade of re
fined auarar were reduced ( cents per MB
pounda tooay. .
OMAHA LIE STOCK MARKET
Killing Ctttle Around Quarter
Signer Than last Week.
HOGS STEONG TO FIVE HIGHEB
Sheep aad Leaaba Active a.d rally
steady. Leasee Toachlaa Hlgheat
PwlatSiaee Moath- f Jaae,
SOUTH OMAHA. April 1 Mil.
Receipts acre. cattle. Uog. Siiecp.
OfflcUl Monday 1.741 1.37 1,
Official Tuesday !.! 1.9 2.S6
Estimate Wednesday.. i,AM i.x i.5
Three dav-s this week 4.7S9
Same daya laat week. .18,172
Same daya i wks. ago. MM
Same daya 3 wka. ago. .14. 787
Same days 4 wks. sgo..lS.4f5
Same day laat year.. 10.4 J
The following table ahow th receipa
of cattle, hog and sheep at South
Omaha fur the ear to date as compared
with last year:
1J11. IM!. Inc. Dec.
Cattle SaS.JOJ 174.710 17.410
Hogs SM.71 asa.SSi SxV,.el
Sheep S7.7 AiSl 117. K
The following labia show eeie rang of
price paid for hoga at South uenaua for
the iasl few daya. with oomfiaireetia:
Date. 1M5. ilsll. bl.:19ia.ill.il'AM
M ch s;
7 37 I
41 10 t3i
( 36,10 5:
12 It TO;
6Ci W 71
4 24 le iti
iS 10 I7
4 5ii 4 m ;
68! 4 S f
I 47i ul ( o f M
a! -.2, t 221 111 SI
o i M 4 tM 4 VT
I t 67! Ml i 14
M ch i3t
t 78 J 3S 14
4 7.11 t 7TA 4k i
7I TSi 451
4 74, i 7 t 47: 6 24
Recelpta and disposition of live stock
at the L'nion Stock yarda. South Omaha,
Neb., for twenty-four hours ending at 3
o ciocg p. m.:
Cattle. Hogs. Shp. li r a
C. M. A St. P. Ry.. 1 4
Wabaah Ry I 4 .. ..
Missouri Pacific Ry.hr 7 4 1
Union Pacific Ry 1 1
C. A N.-W., east ...10 Ml
C, St. P.. M. A O... II
St. P.. M. A O... II -2
B. A Q.. east 3 4 4 1
".. B. A g.. wet....1 3 21 6
C, R. I. A P.. east.. I 11 1
C, R. I. A P.. west.. 2 1
Illinois Central Ry.. 7 S
C. Q. W. R I 2
Total receipt It M 32
Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
Omaha racking Co 30 ftio HI
Swift A Co 272 1.3M 1.781
Cudahy Packing Co 384 1.114 2,30
Armour A Co 507 1.312 1,318
Schwartx A Co 3.3
Sinclair 31 ... ...
B. A M 237. -..
Hill A Son ' Hi
F. B. Lewis Ill
Huston A Co 3t
J. B. Root A Co
J. H. Hulls 3
L. Wolf... "0 a
McCrrsry A Kellogg.... CK
Mo. A Kan. -Calf Co.... 83
Cltne A Christie tx
Other buyer 231
Tutala 1.92 i.SM 1,715
CATTLE Receipts of rati: today num
bered seventy-one csrs, being the largest
for the week ao far. It would appear
that Hood conditions are slightly Improved
sa shown by the Increase in recelpta.
The total arrival of cattle fur the week
to date foot up only 4,7o9 head, being only
about one-fourth as many as were re
ceived the same das last week and only
about oue-thtid as large as th averag
Buyer of rattle wra out in the yard
In good season In th morning nd with
a reasonably good demand and with ao
few cattle on sale it naturally took them
very little time to clean up everything
In eight. Price thla week, owing to the
extremely light recelpta. have been ad
vancing ao rapidly and the market from
day to day haa been so uneven that It la
not easy to make comparisona Still It la
aafe to quota desirable killing cattle of
all klnda as steady to strong aa compared
-so I4.it yesterdsy and around 26c higher
than lust week's close.
oalng to ths difficulty of shipping cat
tle out the feeder trade naturally con
tinues aloefS Most of the buyera her
thla week have come from Iowa roads to
the eastward being open. Prlcea paid
have not ahown very much change, be
ing In the main about steady.
limitation n cattle: Cood to cholc
beet teem. I7.0taji.tw; fair to good beef
steer. vKti';.t, common to fair beef
steers. ti.elMio.iiO: good to cholc heifer,
Se.50t-.li.30; stood to choice cow, 14 7&4J5.7S;
fair to good cows, HW4J4.75; common to
fair cow. t3.vtil.W: good to cholc stock
is and feeder, to.ivi.M; fair to good
tuckers and feeders, B2id.0; common
to fair Blockers and feeders, e4.6ojti.li;
lock heifer. Uaoo-t Zi; venl calvea, ILUvtf
.: bulls, tag, etc.. HSflCK.
Na Ar. It. No. At. Pr.
I! 77! I I t im m
a H ia it tin t
1 144 I M It 1M4 f 1
Ill 11 loot t M
I uu 4 w it.-. im t a
ii tai i u rt no 1 1
II 1114 I M 11 14M tit
U IMt I IS M UOt T 1
COWS, STEERS AND HEJFERS.
i tn i a it...
it m is i...
t 111 I a
4 42 I M I...
im i a
MM' I S
MS 4 St
im i a
M7 4 71
MT 4 7S
Ml I 75
174 I M
Ml I M
Ill I tl
TU 4 a
IB 4 M
175 I M
im i a
14 I U
. M 4 li
M 4 II
ne 4 a
rl 4 a
IM 4 75
117 I M
12 I It
H7 la 4
s I a n
712 I U I
7i i a s
4 m is a
I Ill 4 M
1 MT 4 ti 4.
.117 5 4a
..U4 I M
.MM 4 M
.114 S IS
,. Ttl 1 71
. M I la
I lat la
l trw 4 TS
l ... ni I ea
1 in I
1 IMS I II
- .115 t IS
. lit M
... tw I a
..ims 4 a
.. m im i .ta i ta
t a s t i 14 M
1 IM 7 M 4 14 la
I II 1 -4 1 let I M
I IM 7 S I It
1 2M T 3
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
II SI l M I a
1 44 1 M t TS I S
1 tot I m rl . aw i m
4 44 4 M n.. lit s a
IIOGS-Seversl store trains have been
marooned at feeding ststlons for several
!aye past, arrived today and brought In
enough hogs to relieve famine condi
tions In the trade. Over AO head were
received, a run that originated la rat"!'.
In Iowa and Included, as weH. a big
atring of wagon nog off the "Sarpy
offerings met with an -aggieaalve de
mand from shipper and a fair demand
from packers, but competition among the
local buyers on elaugbter account, was
rather slack than otherwise. Shippers
set the pace at prices steady to a nickel
higher, buying one-fourth of the total
receipts during early rounds. Packers
followed reluctantly, one of the laraer
concerns taking only four or five loads.
Aa soon aa outside awpport began to
weaken, the market took oa a rather
angary appearance, closing a Uttle lower
than yeeterday. ,
xJBest heavy hogs sold . at the high
praeee. tofra remaining at 17 SV Print
to this weer. the 37 limit tit not been
raarrrl la over a vear. January or 1911
claiming aa ta-1 top. For good butcber
gradea, it waa largely a 7 trad with
raeoa classes selling oown to si.tn.
Sales beeow 17 to were few and scat
tered, the I nice tanre baring; narrowed
considerably this week.
Seventeen car of nogs tnat came in
about mSbday after the atarket had prac
tically closed and buyers had moat of
them left th yards, did not far ao well
aa the early arrival. , Buyers wanted
to take off Mo from to Burning Ctrvu-ts
and In some cases more then that, so
that there set still hogs unsold at a
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SHTJKEr-Conslderable ' Improvement In
rails ty service from polnta west of
Omaha was reflected m sheep and lamb
receipt- For the first time this wees:
enough stock arrived to give the market
a life-stse appearance, about 7.5i" head
ahowlng up. The bulk consisted of lambs,
both worded and shorn, bia there waa aleo
a very respectable showing of sheep In
cluded In the run. Packers were nat
urally hurtgry for all klnda of fat stuff,
and the demand proved active from the
tart, most ottering moving on a gener
ally steady basis
Good shorn li mbs were among the first
to sell and prion paid Indlonted the same
limited margin below wouled offering
that have been shown on most days re
cently. Attractive lambs minus fleece
brought 37 0047.25. wtille good to choice
wooled lambs made a top of $7.80, hlgheat
sl.ice June. 1910. Pretty good wooled
lanibs were cashed at, 17.45 and less.
A few strings of wethers and ewe
were the only offerlnars of consequence
in the sheep branch oaf the trade. Some
of the ewes were topriy. being similar
to tine pi.00 article of yesterday, and the
wether were alao well finished, bringing
16.20. No shorn sheep appeared In the
early supply and yearKngs were very
Country outlet was practically closed,
nothing whatever being purchased for
shipment thus far thla week. The de
mand for shearing stoclt, one of the trsde
features last week, ha vanished and
feeder orders are esaeonahly scarce. Aa
a matter of fact, almost all of esch
week's feeder output lately has consisted
of fat stuck in the wool, bought tor
shearing and a short finish.
quotations on Sheep and Lambs
Lambs: Goorl to choice, S7.5&7.90;, fair
to good, eSMKr?.: ahorn. eS.o0tjp7.25; fat
shearing, pj.4b4e7.2o. Yearling: Handy.
to.4ov7.00: heavy, M.2o4t.tw; common, tb.ad
i.uv. Wethers: ISood to choice, 35.90
Jf: fair to good. ti.Mtl.1t. Ewes: Good
to choice, e5.504d5.oi; fair to good. tt-W
No.- Ar. Pr.
117 fbd lsmbs 7! 7 i
10 fed lanibs, culls ill 16"
301 sliurn lambs 72 7 2.1 ,
31! fed lambs , 73 7 S
234fer!; lambs 80 " A.
fed iambs 7 80 -
SS4 fed tvel'ter .....HO 20
H fed ewes 1 6 80
14 fed ewea. culls M 4
147 fed ewea W 5 a
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Dtrmsjad foe Cattle Stress at Mart -.
Hogs aad Sheew steady.
CHICAGO, April l-CVATTLE-Recelpts.
13.40D head. Market reached le.S for dis
tilling cattle, the highest since 1882. but
closed weak, except fur rows and heifers;
beeves, S7Jb303f8.66: Texas steers, M.505.85;
western steers, t5.35fie.ot: mockers and
feedeia, PJZbt.GO; cowa and heifers, 13.60
(14.75: calveii, 35. 7568. 50.
HOGa-Raceipta. 23.000 head. Market
opened steasly lo 6c up: ndvnnca lost;
light. r.oOOT.SS; mixed, t7.4MrK.00: heavy.
!7.S5tS.06; roajtrh. r AV87.T5; pltja, t5.30v7.a);
bulk of sales. t7.807.95.
SHEEP AND LA M BS Reorlpts. XOfr)
head. Markea steady to 10r up; native.
H. e6..rj0; weatern. t4.50T7.(-0; yearling.
o.uat7 15; larraba, native. IT.-lx-'jU.SO; weat
St. Lo.la Live Stock Market.
ST. LOTIS, Artrll 3, CATTLE Re
ceipt. 2.W head. Including I'D Texan.
Market Mr higher: native ahlpplng and
export ateers. 17.501 KJiO: dressed beef and
butdier steers. 05.001(7.55: ateers under
I. dW pounds, tlOWtiS.Ott: stockers and feed
era. I3.1;HS.26; cowa and heifers, tiOOw
4.S! bulls. XiMtfiM; calve. t5.00(7.00;
Texas snd Indian steers, t5.flPif7.00; cowa
and heifers ll.iOtt8.2S.
HOGS-Iteoetpta .0O head. Market
trady: pigs snd light. t5.5iii:8.00: mixed
and butchers, I7.S6iJ0; good heavy, w.00
SHEEP AND 7JtMBS-Recelpts'l.00O
heads Market lofrloc higher: native mut
tons. R2Sti. 76; lamba, 36.00&O.25: cull and
bucks'. t2.25iH0: stockers. -.5tr3.75. a
Kasssas City Lira Stack Market.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. April 3. CATTLE
Recelpta 5.0UO head. Including 300 south
ern. Market ateady to strong; dressed
beef and export ateers, t7.25tT8.50; fair to
good, fc.75ti7.ao: western steers. o.774i 0u:
atockers and feeders. KoOit.75: southern
teers. I5.10ty7.50; southern cowa, 33.504
.00; native cows, t3.75a3.fi0: native heifers.
H.7it7.10; bulls. M.25f5.75; calves, K75a
HOGS Receipts. 9.500 head. Market
steady to rrong: bulk of Bales. 17. Sot'
7.96; heavy, t7.864jo.00; packers and butch
era. tT.iatyT.te; light. t7.ae7.8; nlga, t5.ii
PHEEP AND LAM BSr-Recel pts. S.nnri
head. Marker ateady; lambs, tf.iiOias.Ofi:
yearlings te(y37 Ml: wethers, K.tMa.35'
ewes. t4.50u.i; stockers sn feeder. 13.00
St. Joseph Live Sleek Market
ST. JOSEPH. April 1 CATTLE Re
ceipt, 11.0011 head: market atrong- loo
higher: steers. 3S.ooes.00; cows and half
era. tS.25IV7.O0: calvea. !50fT)l 00
HOGS-Recefpta AW0 head; market
Vow. strong; top. IS.09; bulk of aalea
t7.75J"7 95. '
SHEEP AND IMBS-Recelpt. 1 TV,
head; market ateady: lambs. t6.0Oty7.ti.
"lack la Slgkt. '
Receipts of live stock at fji fly prin
cipal western markets yeeteralav:
- .. . Cattle. Hog. Sheep.
South Omaha 10 t.n
St. Joseph li.ocn t.59
Kansas City 6,ot ajaw tw
St. Louis two can) lonio
Chicago - 13.0W 23.000 JO.OW)
33.40 53. 40 4.25
V F W TflP.li tnrll a-am-ec. m
closed quiet. M polnta lower; middling no.
lB.aa UK., w.,., ii ,. .. ...
CaDTTON Futures closed ouiet. Clos
ing bids April. M.40c: Mav, lo.iSc; June
M.9c: July. lASSc: August. lO.fec; SeV
t ember. tASTc: October. 19. 73c; November.
l75c; December. H7c; January, JATac
February, M.74c; March. 10.80c. -
Oils a.d Real..
SAVANNAH. April A TiRPEXTTXE
Firm: SAc: sales. 140 hhls rm.
ceipts, 423 bbl.; shipments, 13 bbl
stock. M.14S bbla.
ROSIN Firm; sales, 240 bbla.; receipts
1.4M bbla; shipment. 1.343 bbl.: stock
TtJ.ilO bbla.. Quote: B. 3S.85: M. R a. n'
r.S: G. H. t7121: L 17 24; K, !.; j
7.ta); N, V W. O.. 17.79: W. W, fc ii -"
Mllera.kee Orata Market.
UTt 11 I I'L'L'E, II. , . 1 1 . .. .
No. 1 northera. tl.Koal.ll; No. 2 north- -em,
B tSttl.: No. 3 hard winter, a
vl.3: May. 94c: July. I6,c.
CORN No. 3 yellow, Wc; No. I white
7W7ttc; No. A 754a7Sq; May, C54c; Jull
BARLEY Mai ting, 11 Seal. 38.
Dry CeaaaU Market.
TvTRnr XTkltW tn.r4l HOT . ....
Trie cotton gooda marketa are ateady.
- wui yams
are steady. Worsted yarns are firm. "
a doaen. Wool and worsteds are beina;
advanced for later dellverr. Jobbers re-
leM a ecau acowaok
ST. LOUIS, April A-WOOL-Stedr: t
ternaory and west em mediums. lt&itc
fins medlUBis, IttjUc; fine, totgUc
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