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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. APRIL "24, 1011
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Kataral Wneat Should Decline After
CoBtinnou Sharp Advances.
HEAVINESS EXISTS IN C0E5
Bewe ef Meet Bnllleh ( Trader
Have Taken PreflrsCaak t era
i ailll Sinif. awl Yalaea
OMAHA April 23, ll
It eras only natural that vhMt vsluee
decline after such continuous and sharp
advances. While crop news has been
extietnely bullish reports now are telling
of some improvement In the general ap
pearance of the growing plant. These
messages nsturally encourage selling
operations together with profit taklnc
by traders who are friendly to the buy
ing side or the market.
I'nder these conditions an over-sold
market Is easily established and sharp
upturns will likely follow.
There Is a natural heavy feeling In the
corn trade, Some of the most bullish of
tne trsde have taken profits. While vslues
are liable to sag still lower, the commer
cial position of cash corn Is still strong.
'tne selling side Is -now favored by the
majority, out these same shorts ar in
tne habit of covering suddenly.
The wheat market acted topneavy and
prices broke sharply at the opening.
Heavy selling of both long and short
wheat was the feature of the day's trad
ing. Cash wheat waa unchanged to 1c
Sentiment In corn has turned bearish
aad with wheat easing ok, there Is no
enough support on tne buying side to
Hold vsiu-s. Cash corn was unchanged
to lc lower.
Primary wheat receipts were Sl.OOO
bushels and shipments were W1.000 buoh
els, sgalnet receipt last year of 32).a0
aosnels and shipments of Sar OUS bushels.
Primary com receipts were 23,000
bushels and shipments were XH.tm bush
els, against receipts last year of 6.mo
kiwi and shipments of MT.wO bushels.
Clearsnces were l. bushels of corn.
C.404 bushels of oais and wheat and flour
equal to 242.00 bushels.
Liverpool closed ltd to tad lower on
wheat ana unchanged to !td lower
The following rash sales were reported
v neat: ho. i nam. l car, ll.Ob't. Re
jected. I car. II.M. No. ; mixed. 1 car,
f! WS. No. I raised, I cars. II.M Torn.
No. 1 white, I car, Tc: I car. 7lc; No.
white, 1 car. TOiae; I car, TiHc; 6 cars.
76e; No. 4 while. 1 car. 71c. No. 4 color.
1 car, Tic. No. I )sllow, I car. 76c; 1
c-srs, onec; i ears. 7oc. no. 4 vetlow, l car.
TSc; I car. TWbo; I oar. Tic. No. I mixed.
! car, 7atac. No. I mixed, I cars, TV; 1 car,
Tlc; s cars. 74l,c. No. 4 mixed, 1 rar.
iJ-: i car, KUjc. No grade, t csrs, aJc.
Oats: No. I white. cars, rettc; t cars,
tec. No. 4 yellow, I cars, 64c.
Omaha cash Pasoce,
WHEAT No. 1 hard. 41 OT'Ol.lOH: No.
I hard. l.SHj1 .4Ht; No 4 hard, II .014(1 OS.
CORN No. I white, Tsi.e; No. 4 whtte.
Tnme: No. I solor, TtAfj74c; No. I yellow,
TMTe: No. 4 yellow. 7lH4jr7ao; No. t,
TV; No. t 74tr76c; No. 4, T14J'7JVc;
no grade, mtptlr.
OATS No. I while. BIMfHc; standard
OS IS. HSSc: No. I white, UObsfcc;
No. 4 white. HVo4V: No. I Yellow, sstv
6eV: No. I yellow. MittetS.
BAR1.KT Msltlng. IlinmitV: No. I
feed. Wejoc; heavier feed, lOrlJtl 05
KYE-N. a, aS4jc; No. I, Katie.
. Cartel Reeelpts,
Wheat. Corn. Oats
CHICAGO ttflAlK AD PROVISION i
Feateree at tbe Trading aad Cloelag
Price aa are) sl Trad.
CHICAGO. April &. -Wheat gave signs
today that the U-csnt advance In the last
three weeks hsd been a faster pare than
the market would stand. Unloosed for en
largement of the Ruropeaa visible supply
served to emphasise bearish feeling and
left prtrea at the close Vtf'so under laal
night. Corn finished at in4f'c to StrHc
advance; oats varying from atrHc off
to wc up and provisions leas oostly by
A rush to sell whast was apparent from
the start. Pins weather for the growing
crops had much to do with encouraging
tbe Idea that a reaction waa due and so
bad dispatches from Kansas and Ne
braska asserting thst notwithstanding
statements to the contrary a big crop
af wheat In those Mates waa still there.
In this connection the fact waa noted
bat ."wbraska continued to offer wheat
here to arrive.
Predictions that the I'nlted Siatea risi
ble supply of wheat would decrease
rapidly from now on brought about a
recovery to soma extent. Between tlie
opening and the doae July fluctuated
from ll.W to 11.04 with the finish a
nervous one at tl.0O4Ji.09l,. a loss of
attV. com ps red with twenty-four hours
Although corn on account of better
weather waa under heavy selling pressure
early tha market rallied and closed
strong. The July option here ranged from
TiV: to 74V, and In tha and was StfHc
net higher at PtrTf'tc. Cash grades
closed firm. No. 9 yellow waa quoted at
le for ca riots.
Fins conditions for growth and seeding
made tha oata market weak until ecru
strength acted as aa offset. Outside lim
its touched for July were 6c and tec
1 -sleet sellers at ITsc and etc showed
decline af V.4,e from last algkt.
Helling ea the part of one of tba big
peeking companies weighed down pio
v talons. Pit shorts and commissi an con
cerns added to their ho Id lugs, mainly
-.., - - - uie voivk ir
ducUoa In price I ts Mr.
Quotations on futures closed as follows:
Artk lel Open. I High. Low. I Close Yes y.
lsy .l 14V,
1 1 I i m
1 "S1 40V
IT mi! I 4.
h m ill
KM I II IT'S;
14 1W M IPeJ I m 1 94
14 . 0M 11,
! H 454 W V
I M4.W DISS.
v sr 4TW W It
I T(t' I M
WE M W M em W IMS
Cash quotation were aa follows:
FUjI'lt-Umi: winter patents, 14 toe)
IS; winter straights. KtM.i spring
stents, beet hard. r-1r., straights.
iM.J: bakere. BstM.s. "
R I K No. t Mr.
BABW5V Peed or mixing. gScfttl 4
fslr to choice malting. l rwl.JT.
SKED-Timothy, .40H .. clorcr.
PKOVlXIONe- Pork. .meas. fsmm
it 12V Lard, in tlercea, HaiTS. Shart
nbe. loose. ..
Total clearances of wheat ' and flour
were equal Is M'an ba. Prtmsry re
cetjus were aLe be, compared with
.M bu. the eorresoondiiw dav a year
ago. The world's risible eupeiy as shown
by Bradstreet's tnrreaaed Liw.eos bo.
Kstl mated rseetpta for tomorrow: Wheat.
!ifl- ?" eats. M ears; bogs.
l'hU-so Cash Prices-Wheat: No. i
red. tl.UHn.li: No. 1 red iiaviiim.
No. t hard. H.let 11',. No. 1 bard, tl 4. 1
1.13; No. I northern. tl-leSi nv. No. i
m. i.jeyi.ii; so. northern, nasa
1.14: No. I spring. i.4Sljl 11: No.
spring. B 4jLli; No 4
soring. S0.til1.44-. velvet ensff, li sttjl U;
durum, Uttifll It Cora: Not I TWiTIc'
No. I white. 41c; No. I yellow. TSttSar.
4. 4ia)T7c: No. 4 wait. TTajTse; Ne. 1
v.now. rgSrwTSc. Oats: No. t whtte. Kt,
Ne. 1 whtte. MMWrHe: Ke. 4 srhtta.
I-SWae: atandard. :ilTe Rye: Ne. I
Barley: "V-ttJJ 04. T-mhT seed;
le-aseilas lhrrer seed. tlLDeXM.
CHEESEaeay: daisies. ntwtTler
twios. P.o)isV; yoong Anssrlcas, rV
Ke; long horns. lKe.
POTATOES-meady; recetpta 6 care;
Wisconsin IIJMM.Sj; Michigan, U.Sl 3L
t L.TAY-U:-,, firm; turkeys 17;
cawkta. ut; apnegs, &c
WW YORK (,EFRU MARKET
ttaetatleaa el the Day ea llrtasi
NEW TORK. April 9L-FliTMH-Firm :
spring patents. VlMr6.9: winter straights.
H.?M.si; winter pstents. tijil4.
miring rlesis, HJMUM. winter extra
No. I, tt.(4.1: winter extra No. t I.T!
4r3.il: Kansas straights. Httfe&ui- Rye
flour; quiet: fair to good, 14 nH;
choice to fancy. &.ar3..sji.
CORNMEAI-gulet; fine white and
yellow, ll.;txi.n. coarse, ll.4aal.M: kiln
dried. $4. IS.
RTB-8ieady; No. , t 1 t Buf
falo. HAR1.F.T Quiet; malting, ll.asylJI. c
L f. Buffalo.
WHKAT Spot market, eaay. opening
navigation. Puturee market was week
esrly under llquldstion in May, owing to
more liberal offerings of cash wheat,
while the Iste months were off under
falling on the cables and better crop re
ports, out prices were steeay late on cov
ering, closing 4c net lower for May and
ic tower tor tne new crop months, stay,
II .Isfcdl.lftH. closed tl.ll'v: July, t1.l.1(
1.11. closed. tl.H'i; September closed
ll.l(V Keceipts, 120,00 bu.: shipments.
t'ORN Ppot market, stesdy: export,
Wir. nominal, f. o. b.. aflost. Ftiturei
market waa nominal. Receipta. hit bu.:
shipments. J.Z4W bu.
1 1. i s spot market, easy; stsndard
White, etc. In elevator: No. Z. etc; No. X,
C'v; No. 4. Or; natural white snd white
clipped. 42MiTc on track. Futures snsr
ket was nominal. Receipts, U,'jM bu.;
shipments 1.79 bu.
HA V-firm; prime, 11. B; No. L lj4;
No. I. I1.3W1 j; No. J. I1.154H.S.
HM)KK-st-sHv; Central America, It Sic;
l.KATHKR-Ftrm: 'Hemlock firsts. S!
frSc; seconds, imHc; thirds, J16-ic; re
I'ltOViaiONS-Pork steady; mess, .M
trai i ; family. OOawn.lv; short clears.
lii.3.a.oo. Cut meata. stesdy; ptckled
helllea, 14 to 14 pounds. lOHrtllV; pickled
hams, U4rl2Hc Lard, stesdv; middle
west prime, I10H1V: refined, stesdv:
continent, 110.1.; south America, 111 JO;
TALLOW Firm; prime city hhda..
i l-lc; specisl. &;e; country. t't(rc.
Bl'TTKR Firm: receipts, T.4H tubs:
r-reamen' aoecials. 12c: extras. HWc:
first. KriOlc; stnte dstry tubs, finest, llo;
good to prime. 2fi10e.
i rtKK.CK-Essv; receipts, 1.447 boxes:
Rtate ahole milk, current make, average
fun. v, l.i':i-i:,V; under grades, lottUVic;
F,iKJH-Flrm: receipts, cases: fresh
gathered extrss. EnS4e: first, stars re
perked. Jltr23c; nret. regular pecked, nutf
lie; peennne. Iv1sWt,ntC
POCLTRY-Dreeeed: Otilet: western
fowls, 144flV: turkeys. Uti2e. Alive;
Week and unsettled: two cara sold at
auction at UV, and thirty-five cars, held.
limited, iron uc to He.
Cera aad Wheal Regloa Balletla.
I'nlted Plates Iiepartment of Agricul
ture Weather bureau'a report for the
twenty-four hours ending II It. m.. Ttth
meridian time. Tuesday. April 1111;
OMAHA DISTRICT. .
Rtatlnng High. Low. fall.
Auburn. Neb... si
Broken Row ... 04
Columbus. Neb. 40
Ciilhertson, Nb. 40
Falrbury, Neb. 41
Fslrmonl. Neb. M
Orsod Island .. at
Hsstlngs, Neb. 40
Holdregs. Neb. 41
.Incoln. Neb.... si
No Platte ... M
Oakdala, Neb.. 40
Omaha, Neb.... 40
Tekamah. Neb. 04
Alts. la........ 40
Carroll, la M
Oeiinda. la.... U
Hioux City, la. u
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at I a. m.
No. Temp Fain-
Central. elation, riiga. Low. fall.
Columbus, O IT
Louisville. Ky... a
Indla'polla. Ind. 11
Chicago. Ill 14.
St. Louis, mo... is
Dea Moines, la. B
Mlnnsspolis .... 44
Ksn. City. Kan. 3t
Omaha. Nab IT
Freest ng temperatures with frosts wsrs
again general In all except the extreme
enu t hern portion ot ins corn ana wheat
region. Very light showers occurred in
ths sstreme eastern districts and upper
U A. WELSH,
- Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.
t. I.eala Ueaeral Market.
ST. LOI'IM. Mo.. April S.-WHBAT-
Cssh. weak; track. No. 1 red, ll.Uttl.lTH;
No. I hard, II ll 17.
t'OHN Lower; track, no. L rseasic:
No. I white, (ag-atc.
OAT-l.owr; track. No. L Sec: No. t
witKAT-uiwir way, it.iaH: July.
OXCV,!!),; Meptember, 11.44V
ltjK.M-i.oaer; May. stntc: July, maa
Tic; Heptember, Jt'tc.
oath Lower; May. Htro'tc: July.
hvk encnangsd: ac.
FIJL'R Firm; red winter patents. 14 K
fit. IK; extra fancy and atrslght. Hit
4.,e: hard winter clears. elKsi.e
8KKI-Tlmolhy, I.SX ,
R KAN Higher, socked, seat - track.
HAT-rirm: timothy. tt.SMill 44: oral-
rle. loeej.i oo.
PROVIHIONH-Perk. unchanged: lob
bing. II4.M. Ird. unchanged: prime
steam, 4S.S0WI4WI. Dry salt meats, un
changed; boxed extra shorn 11416; clear
ribs, 114 74, short Clears, 111 . Baron,
unchanged; boxed extra shorts. lU.Ts,
clear ribs, fil ls; short dears. 111.
Kri: unchanged: ate.
POl'LTRY-Lower: chickens. 11Wc:
springs, U4j3c; turkeys, 14c; ducks, 11c;
Bi TTKit Lower; creamery. He.
tUOS-Lower at l?Sc.
Flour, bbls M OSS .B)
Wheat, bu., SOW jr,.t
Corn, bu 4i,ae 4i as
Oats, bu 44,404 4J.40S
Kaaaaa City tirata aad Pre v let eaa.
KANSAS CITT. Me.. April ta. WHEAT
Cash, unchanged to lc lower; Ne. t
hard. H ae.il ll. No. I, I10ebl.il; No.
red. tl l.tjl.i;',: No. 1 II OeSOl "W-
COK.N-I m hsnged to Sc higher: No. t
mixed. TaWTSVtc; No. I. Tse; .No, i while,
nagTHv-: s J. TT44TItc.
OATS-Market Sc lower; No. 1 white.
ity: No. t mixed. rtlKHc.
Closing pricee or futures:
W 1 1 K A T May. t a;v; July. Utj'aOl
l.tt: Heptember. srrMc.
COKN-May. T,c; July. :4S4rVtc:
OATii-July. 11 Sr: September. i-'SC-RTK
I'nchanaed te 10c higher; choice
timothy. (7;.04wa.4O; choke prairie. tS.4
Himit-ajreamery, sic; urate, sec:
seconds, I7r; packing stock, rtc
IClKib txtraa, let:, firsts, lie.
Wheat, bu !. 0 eaa
Corn, ba Stew i .oo
Oats, be , !e,uw , asoa
!kltaaeaaslta Cirala Market,
MINNEAPOLIS:. April a-WHBAT-
May. tl .40S4I1 M: July, It USall US;
Heptember. $1 MVswl 44. Cash: Ne, 1
hard. II. U: No. 1 northern. tl.i:v,: Ne. I
northern, tl 10H; No. I wheat. B
ri-A.x. sz ilt. .
CORN Ne. I yellow, leadic.
OATS-No, white, MttaAr.
BRAN In NO IB. sacks, C' OOOXaS. .
RY K No. X Mc.
FLOV R First patents. KOeelav sec-
end patents. aa first clears, II
I.S; aecend care pa. BaMrlTe.
, - -Liverpool
LIVERPOOL A mil a-HCT-aa
firm: No. 2 red western winter Is. 4 VI;
rnures weak: May. as "td. July, Ta Md
October. Ta TSd-
CORS-Hpot Americas natxed new. qoiet
4s 4d: American mixed old, steady.
ee 111a, emenoaa aanxea new uia Sled.
quiet, Os ad: futures, steady; slay, as
41. BsaMesaew. as SA
MUwaakee tirata Market.
M fLW AUK CE, April S. WHEAT Ne
I northern. 8I.MH4l.inu Ne. i northern,
t! tlen bV,: Ne. I bard wtnter. lea
LIT: Msy. H.S; July. K-OMa,
CURN-Nsl 4 ywiow. Ur: No. t arMt.
" e ee- . trK. J ui, .
i. - w eitaMi. . 11 - - . .
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Better Proapecti in Engineen' Dii
pnte Influence Trading-.
KAIXSIAI : AD7AKCES SCOEED
Entire l.lst Btlssalated te Higher
Level la Meralsg. with Ceellea
' eaa Trading, hat Baring De-
vru- vnoir oTk. nAM fa.
vorable outloolt to the controversy be
tween the railroad managers and the lo
comotive engineers waa a moat important
factor in shaping tbe course of today's
I? was known long before the opening
of business thst a halt had been called
in the threatened strike, but it wss not
until later that official announcement
was made f the wlllingneaa of the en
glneers to accent mediation.
Yesterday's lethargy and heaviness gsve
way to energy, which resulted In a num
ber of material advances at the very out
set. Theee were were soon extended snd
by mlddav gains of 1 to I points were
general. There were a rew exceptions to
this tendency, notably In the tobacco
group, softie of which suffered severe
declines, presumably In connection with
the adoption yesterday by the I'nlted
Htstes senste of a resolution calling for
a review of the recent decision In the
Americsn Tobacco case.
Heading, which sold ex-dlvldend of 14
per cent, was the most prominent feature
of the day. Initial dealings were on sn
unususl scale and the stork more than
recovered Its dividend In the first hour.
In the early afternoon It was selling over
4 points above yesterday's low price.
i tie entire list wss stimulated to a
higher level In the course of the morn
ing, with little diminution of business,
but In tne afternoon trading fell off ap
preciably. Various obscure Issues took
the place of the speculative leaders in
ths Ister session, at whlcb time the mar
ket was going through natural process
Prices j were disposed to yield frac
tional!) -on heavy realising for profits,
but 8 not her buvtnv movement In Reed
ing, which advanced to Ns4. Infused re
newed strength elsewhere. Just at this
period there were some contrary move
ments In the apeclsltlea. .Sears A Roe
buck added very aunstantlally to Its pre
vious rise, witn a gain of points on
American Suaer. while rentral Leather
and Bethlehem flteel declined.
The closing waa strong, with ths us us I
recessions frum the top. Inismational
Mercantile Marine bonds and tbe nre-
ferred stork were In better demand and
made some recovery from their recent
In banking circles some attention was
paid to the renewal of loans in this
market by London, which were made on
the basis of m per cent for thirty days.
Revival of demand from abroad waa said
to be -ue to unexpected requirements
and postpnnejnent of expected ease. The
nntisn trans reports tor March were fa
vorable, on .the whole., desalts soms
gloomy forebodings prompted by the re
cent Industrial upheaval In Ureal Britain.
local monetary conditions wsrs de
cidedly easier, sixty and ninety-day loans
having been made at B4 per cant, a re
duction of pea cent from the previous
4. Apparently tha further dram to the
Interior, amounting thus fsr this week to
almost S,,0M, haa slotted ne misgiv
ings. The annual report of the Oenersl Elec
tric company, showing a falling off in
earnings, waa without affect on the
stork, which took a prominent part In
lite oey s rise.
Bonds were strong, srlth marked gains
in Denver et ruo uranda 4a and wahaiih
is. Total sales, par value, were tt.MM.uu.
United Htatea government bonda were un
changed on call.
Number of sales and leading quotations
on hoods today ware:
salsa Jlsh. Ue. Cues
Allls-Oalnera, ll. .,
AMrli Asrk-vHare ,,
Awerkna Beet ausar
AaMrlee (? 0 P. ....
Aieenrea Col lea oil ..
, I Ma
M Ut U
i Aaarlcas Hal. all
JO , Ae. Ire Sar.illlna
Aawrlaaa 0. O A. I lea
AJeerlrea 4 a B fl4. eas I
A. Steal FousSrlea .... ew
est Mat H
I lea ins IM14
4W HIS let
Aaerkiea Buaar kenalag
Anarlraa T a T
Amerlree Taeeeaa Bf4...
Aaierlcaa Wealas ,
Anacoaas Mlalag (a
Ailinik oaaa Uaa
Oaltlsiora 0 inue
Betblaliaai Iknel ..,
Breafclra R41114 Ttaaalt.,
leatral leetner ..,
TBS 47 l!
I.eM IMS, IN
Ma us m
1 TM M tat
l.sas at-, n
I BM MIS HIS
11 US IIS
1 set pal lea 1 See sf4 l.BW 14
Central al Nav Jaraarl-. -
Ckaaaaeaka 0 !! l.BW
Cblcase 0 Allea
caicase lleaat waaters.,
fnlrase (It Wet p14 ..
("ahiase 0 Nhvaniara.
t blcase. Mil. O St. real. I lea
C. (. CIS Leala... 4.11
(laleraSa rel S Ires..
Calaraea 0 Seutbera..
Cera PraSscta .........
palawara A HnSeaa...,
Daever Rle UtaaSa,,
DOR O ere
SW MS MS MS
l.BW IKS 111
M.I0S 11 11
Tea m 171
ivauieca- sscsrltlaa ., Baa XI
KXa lat '4
Brte M all
Onal .Manbers B4
Oreat.Nanaers Ota. etBj,
lllinete (leatral .,
leierhereuali atet Sf4...
171 S 174 17B
HIS '! 112
later, ktatlee Sf4.
lataraaileaal pasna Sm
Kaaaaa tlir Oeataern.... MS
Kaaaaa Cur 0a. Sf4
LaraleS Oaa ...
Lnalnltle A Naaballle .. l.aaa
MlsaaaaelM 0 01 Leala IW
II , a r I I i M. . Baa
Mlaaeart. Kaaaaa O Tnua SW
Me. Kaa 0 Taaaa BM.. IW
Mhaaarl Parlfle 4.aM
Nalianel Blacatt.. IW
eetteeel LaM . lea
Nai l Rra at M. M fN. lea
Naw Tart-Caatisl M.IW
N T. uaiene a Waal.. a-a
Keehlk a Wasters. I.1W
Nana Awaclraa II. Baa
Nartbers Paclne I.BW
FaiirH- Mall. IS
Bt M M
IMS IMS 1
14 M M
ti 1HS 1
rmeveraa. r. C 0 St,
r I Siael r
Faunas Palace fe. .
Htallear Meat Sertag...
Reaeins aa llr IS) aw
RaenWle Oicel. ............ ea leak
Reaablla Meal BM W TaS
Heel lilead (aj Maw MS
Bert Ulanl Ca B4 S-JW US
M. I. A Sea F M e4.. SW Be
at LeaM Seaaseeelara,
01 LeaW A s
Sjae-SaemeM 0. 0 I
Sa-eaera racjn I. lea
1 m a
fceatbera Rallear .. .-A.. .B
Saetbace sallear aea.
MB ItS 41
Ta.a 0 Pacirlc
TeMa. B UI Weal ... MO
Telele M LAW e4. IW
Paue Fartfic ,tw
fame raclftr at MO
t'aliei Stalw Reah. ,
raliel Otatw Rabaar SW
t'aHea Statw Waal . 17 IW
vaiuat Sutw Steal B'4... BW
tab rseaer I MS
vitalala-Caeailsa Caeau.. Lew
asb-aw giertrle... t ie
aa I'eftea 1 MS
taeieb TalM Isaw
r:m, raeaae cms
Rar reaae4eta4 a?i
ia ut n
sm au aus au
Tetsl wbw Mr tha I
ntee4aw fieelws; Sgwetatleeie.
lVMTON, April tt-ctestr quetatiews
eat stacks were as follows:
Aliases ITSMebaeS C
Ami. Cwsee CaSeaM CM H
a a I. as rMewias Miaw ... 7
a 0 C C. O A M. 4 Manb amte Ms
I 0 Ailnia...... 7Naets Laae a
ral. A necks SM 044 Daaatetaa tt
rSetaesMl MOareaaa .111
Oe Reaaa C C... M Oaaaee - M
Baal sea C M MS Bbaaaaa H
FfaaklW HHBiscitM M
wa raw. ssew.iew a R. M. 4
IVeabe Cae f TaaaaarS M
Ini-w OaaaM Bt a a R. A .. M
I Baca Rerate Cesser.. M Sa set... M
sarc beae . rriaa caa.. 14
Labs Caesar M t lab Caasaw 0S.... M
La Salle rbeeee 7SWIaaae SS
Miasm Ceeew aeveae 1U
taalaa sHenrk Market.
tvONDON. April It AaaeeVaa securttlee
openen quart ana swaay today.
I advanced, ea fair buying dart lag the first
Iflour aad at aeea ranged (roxs utwaaacea
to point higher than yesterday's New
In tha afternoon the market improved
harply under Berlin and Wall street
buying and closed firm.
, London closing stock quotations:
Ceawls. BMner ..77 14-lCUeairniia st K
4e srceest ....74 t-H Mo.. Has. Tes.
Anal. Cesser ttSNe Tork Central.
Amsll ISNerfelt 0
Atrklaoa "t se sM
s. ef4 lOWOatarie A
OaltlnefS A Oftle..lllti Peeearlvaats
Cantatas Farln ..SiS'sReJlS Mines
rMeenke A Okie. It Rea4ms
rl. Oreat Weetere. IsVBestSers Br
ml . mil A St. r.iiJH e r is
Oe Beers 1iS-tkera ratine ...Hit
Deaier A Rle O .. SttUstos Feclna V
e sf4 O 4e sJ4 SIs
Erie i f. 0. Steel...., Tl
ea M rfl 47 4. sf4 ..tl4
4 H B'4 47 Wabaak .. I
Cr.nl Tral 3B. 4e srs a
llllanla Central ....1S;H - -
ttlLVEK Bar,, steady, at it Md per
ounce. -- ;
MrtNET-jsK'i per cent.
The rate of discount In the open mar
ket for short and three months' bills ts
per cent. . . .
New Yerk Wears' Market. '
NEW TORK, April H MONEY On
call, ateady, Ritsl pet cent: ruling rate.
per cent: cluaing bid, S4 per cent;
offered at 3 per cent. Time loans easier:
sixty dsys and ninety days. SMUtt per
cent: six months. IHtftH per cent..
Closing quota a una on bones today wsrs
l 0. ret. U ng....lMH1ater. M. M. Its-.
4e cesses leett'jasas la S
f. g Sa. tag lens en i' N
4e emsoa 1SK. C Pe. tat ... nh
V- I ta. teg Ill L. a 4eS. H istl... US
4a eeuses 11H4I A K. sal.
Alhi-itial. let sa.... 4H-M K 4i T. 1st la Stli
Amer. As. is. 1MV, ee ia 47
A. T. A T. ev. ta.lut,ale. Parlfle la 74
An. Teberce, 4a..... shjn. ihys et. M- IHa e
Is 19atN. T. C. g. IH... IT
Ansear A Oa. 44a.. as 4tb. 4 ai
At-alnos ses. 4a.... (. T. N H H
4n er. la 104 ev 4s IMti
4s rv. Is IM4N. a w. 1st a 4a. t
A O. L. let ta M as rv. 4 111
Bal. A Okie 4a BStaNe. Parltie la sN
. 4e ISa 8 so ai sii,
4o g W. IUI rire S I. rfSe 4a. St.
Bfk. Tr. e. aa. .. 17 Pasa et. 4a Ult. . tin
Ceatrai of Oa. la .lMU se eaa. la 11H
a. Uataer Sa..... M Keaelaa sea. la.....
c. at N J s la..lllHs L, a . p. fg is 7n
Cbes A Okie me.. las'. Me gee. as 47
on let. le...: Ml, -St. u 4. W .eaa. la t
Cklraae t A SNa.. ll ae w xol4 la K
C a. A a I. la... sss. a L. la IS
s. la. aa -Sa r.. i 4. ai a
C.. M. A 01. p. ss sr. la M
4e. Itta 4e let ret. la
C . K. I. f . a. la 714, So. Rallear la lSTtj
4a rfs. la n se sm Tilt
Onto. led. Is... TlM'alea Ferine la.. ..let
Cala. MIA 4a u se r. la leH
O. 0. r. 4 s. Ita. Sii, ut tel. la 94
D. 0 H. . la...... St,f. g Rubber In... .104',
0. R. 0. la rv. 0. Steal 34 la....lo:
' rat. In I;.V -o.r. Caesi. I,.. n
mallleea' en T4SWabanb IK la 147
Krte s. I la ai-4 4e lat A et. ta.. H
4. la f4!.Wentera M4. la ... tl
Be r. la. ear. A Baa Weal. Elan. av. ft. SftU
4a aartea B s,.wi,. o. an.
la..lwttMK Par e. la.... m.
III. Tee. let ret.
la Htrasssui la
Inter. Met. tta.
New Teats Mlalag Stacks.
NEW YORK. April a.-Cloalng quota
tions on mining stocks were:
Alice sm-lhiIs Cblaf..
Braaavtrk Ces.. BMaRlraa ......
Ctrn. Taaael Oteek.,114 Onlarlo
4a betiBa II ophlr ...t
Caa. (Ml. A Vt 44 Btas4sr4
ires sllrar lKTallew Jacket
Laallle Ces. ....... II
t'eadltlea ef Treasary.
WARHINOTON, April S -A the begin
ning of business todsy the condition of
the I'nlted States treasury was: Work
ing balance In treasury offlre. ta.4M.S7e.
In banks and Philippine treasury. I.'Q.OM.
IW. Total balance In general fund waa
tl2S.M8.72a Ordinary receipts yester
day. I1.4HB.W7. Ordlnsry disbursements
of tl.492.Kll. The deficit to date this
fiscal year. tl4,aM.TT as against a de
ficit of K.aS4.e74 at this time Isat year.
These figures exclude Panama canal and
public debt transactions.
OMAHA. April B,-Bank clearings for
tndsy were t3..tM.7i;.at and for the cor
responding day last year l2.Jil.IB.a4.
NBW TORK, April 23. MFTTAIJ
Standard copper, steady. Spot. !15.474B
11.70; April, 111 ITHtsla 40; May, Hl.STVtr
ia.ia; june. Bia.suarib.iv; July, aiaati', t
1174, London market firm: spot, (a 15a;
futurea, 170, Us, sd. Arrlvsls reported
at New York today, 150 tons. Custom
house returns ahow exports of H.TM tone
eo far thla month. bake copper, lgve
is'.c; eiectroiye, 1MJ14 c: raatlng, 15SH
11V. Ixical salea of standards fifty
tons. April at 115.54; X tons June at
116 OS; ft tona July at 115.47s; tone July
at 115.70: W tons August at 111.70: 3 tona
August st llt.T2s Tin, firm, hut quiet;
spot, tH.70l44.7s; April, tu SSSa.a7H:
Slav. 44 554r44.7i: June, tM.ft4l44.46;; July,
tu BOttei.js. londnn market firm: apot.
t.lO. 15a; futures. C3. Isd. eaay: H 1TH
tra.se new ion; aa.oiteie.m Rant Bt.
Louie. Ixindon. fit. Us Id. Spelter,
firm; ts 14j7.04. New Tork; I4.S0 bid Kast
St. Louis. Ionrion. t. la, eialea.
64,000 pounds April at Ma). Antimony,
quiet; Cookaon's, 18.00. Iron. Cleveland
warrants. 53a, ad In London, locally iron
was steady. No. 1 foundry northern.
Hi. 1641 15. 71; No. I Hi ontf 15.30: No. 1
southern and No. 1 southern soft, lleJt
ST. LOt lS. April tt-MBTAIJI-Isd:
Ixiwer at et.47HU4.la. Speller; Lower at
Available Sappllea ef Urala.
NBW YORK. April B.-Spei-lal cable
and telegrsphkj communications received
bv Bradstrset's show the following con
ditions In available supplies ss compared
with previous accounts. Available sup
piles: Wheat. I'nlted States, esst of
Horklea decreased I BevOJO bushela I'nlted
States west of Roc kies decreased 26O.OU0
buahela. Canscls. Increased 1M.004 biish
els. Total, t'nited Stalea and Canada
decreased, liao.ota) buahele. Afloat for
and In Europe, Increased, anaoto bushels.
Local American and European aupply In
creased. l.lfbi.Oia) buahela. Corn, I'nlted
States and Canada, decreased, t.sji.soo
bushels. Oata, I'nlted States snd Can
ada, dscreased. 434. DOS bushels. The lend
ing decressee snd Increaees reported thla
week folio wa: Decreases: Manitoba,
t..V buahela. Manitowoc. hM.Ono bush
els. Nashville. MOW bushels. Milwau
kee, private. K.wej bushels. Tne re aeea:
Lotitavile. tu.tut bushels; Davenport,
Kvaaeratee A sale aawal llr led Prwlts
NBW YORK. April tl EVAPORATED
APPLKS-Market. Inactive with prices
nominal, unchanged oa spot; fsncv. tttt
10V: choice, astror: prime, 7Hrc
I'RIEO FRUITS Prunes, about stesdv
wkllh a quiet bobbing trade: quotations
range from IStflSSr for Callfornias up te
M-eOa and Tc for Oregons. Apricots,
quiet aad feature) era; choice 11V: extra
choir. lisjlaSc: fancy. MtrlCW-. Peaches.
quiet and steady; choice, KS4f ier; extra
t-noicw, 1 v t : lanc-y. iisijt. Kaiaina.
ateady on reports of film msrkst en ths
coast: loose muscatels, sejc; choice,
to fancy, aeded. 4.tCSc: feed less. 6(449
T'ao; London layers. 11 bmji ti.
( erfre Market.
NEW TORK. April a-COFTBB
Futures wisrket closed steady; at a net
decline of from I te U points, tales,
Hi baa a. April. 1150c. Mar. ukea.-;
June, IliUr: July, U; August, lt.7c;
September, iamc: Ot-tober, u lie; No
vember. liTV; laecannber. It7jt: Janu
ary. U TV: February. 1174c: March, laTSc,
npot eo tee quiet; tao. I Kle. use; Santoa,
No. I. WS-S.'v. MIM. quiet; Cordova.
PblladelsbM Peealaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. April S. BL'TTCJt
Farm: western creamery aperial. 14c; ea-
ira, 2Jr; nearby prtntA extra, ttc.
tOGS Firm; peansytvania and ethee
eerby firsts, f. c MM per case; cur
rent receipts, C e.. K40 per case: west
ern, firsts, f. .. BS.ao per case; current
receipts. M40 per oaa.
cheese tcteady; New Tork full
Dry Heeds Market.
NBW YORK. April B.-TIRT GXXDA-
The dry goods lobbing maarfceto are gea-
iny quiet ecu a prtcea mooeretacy
ady. Primary rwttoa awads markets
a re strict and steady. Leading mens
wear wllla are very fully engaged ahead
sa staple fabric. Yaraa rule steady.
' marar Mau-kel.
TORK. April rt-SrOATt-Raw.
de. BP test. Aalr; eantnfu-
gal. M test. 4 He
iwnisBtis, M test, aatc;
Pewetat Marke. - ,
PEORIA. April X-T)RN'-tnUUia--d:
tree. Ne. 4 yellow, Tc; No. i suxed.
Ka. 4 mixed. Tec, I
OMAHA LIYESTOCK MARKET
High Grade Cattle Hove Promptly at
Monday 't Values.
0TKEES SOMEWHAT SLUGGISH
Hoe; Receipta Are Heavy and Prieea
Are lrkel Lower Sheep end
leaaa Are Flras te
. " sotTir oiiaha: AprQ 3. isa ;
Offlcisl Monday.....:.. $e .? ' 14ST
Estimate Tuesday IC 13,700
Two days this week, t.fie 3U.m I.66T
&me daya last week.. 10 1 zi.ott s,:4
Same days I wks sgo.. i7,x5 3.133
Same daya I wks saw.. I.W3 . 3 i ' 4.073
Same darys 4 wks ago.. 13 Hi Six 8.631
Same days last rear., f.678 23 020 ii.M
Tbe following table -shows the reoeipts
of cattle, ooga and sheep a: South Omaha
for the year te date a; compared with
last year: EM. 1U . .Inc. Dec.
Cattle .......... 30S.OOT 5JS.W4 ....... 20.61T
Hogs LIDS.USO 7M1.69H S97.S82
Sheep .. M.1 MS, 137 117.906
The following table shows the range of
prices paid for hogs at South Omaha for
the last few days, with comparisons:
l'Ste. I Hit. iU.il10.il')l.ili.i.!la07.la4.
I tB, T 1 I Hi 4 t5 4 3
a ft 4 SO, t til . t 41
M Sa i U; 4
is; 4 Ml 5 17 43, 44
I S K 5 43i t i t SI
an 1 6 121 4 i 4 si
I 4 I M I W 51
t SOl Mi I 64 ( 341 42
t I 111 t 42, I 43
1 01 4 S 3a 4 35;
s 4i 7 Pi, i at a m at
Reoeipts snd disposition of liver stock
at the Lnlon Stock Yards. South Omaha.
Neb., for the twenty-four hours ending at
I o'clock p. m.
RECEIPTS C A FU.
Cattle. Hoxa Sh'o. H r's.
(.., u. A St r. Ky.. a
.4 .... ..
' ! I
IS 11 1
11 . J ..
79 .. ..
I! 1 U
4 - ..
in s :
Wabash Ky. I
Mo. Pac. Ry 4
Union Pacific Ky.. X
C. St N.-W., east.... 14
C. A N.-W.. west.. 42
C St. P., M. A O. 36
C, B. A Q . east.. 4
C. B. A Q., west., to
C, R. I. A P., esst 6
C, R. I. A P., west 4
lllinola Cenral Ry.. 4
C, O.-W. Ity
Total receipts ..IIS
Cattle. Hogs, sheep.
Omaha Packing Co..
xwin a company ....
Cudahy Packing Co....
Armour A Co
Schwarta ft Co
Kauf. ft Co
Boeeek Meat Co
W. B. Vansant Co....
Benton, Vansant ft L..
Hill ft son
P. B. Lela
J. B. Root ft Co
J. H. Bulla
McCreary ft Kellogg..
H. F. Hamilton
Mo. ft Kane. -Calf Co..
(line A Christie
Other buyers ,.
Total 4,i4t lt.033 4,291
CATTH? Receipts werO of verv resDec-
table proportion! and quality continues to
average very good, although strictly prime
oeevea are gotting to oe ratner avarca
In most respects ths market was a repe
tition of yesterday a trade and while de
sirable klnde found a ready sale at fully
sieaoy rigures mere was mors or less
difficulty In moving the- half fat and
warmed up grade. However. It was sub
stantially a steady market, although the
general movement was rather Sluggish
aa tar as the ordinary grades are oon-
A better tone osemed to pervade ths
market for cows and heifers and In some
cases ths more desirable klnde eold to
better advantags than en yesterday. Out
let for common and canning stock Is
comparatively narrow at present and the
market is ratner uneven and uncertain
on anything ot this kind. Oood hsifsry
stock, howsver. Is selling about as hish
as at any time. Veal calves were In rather
llbetal supply and quotable about stesdy
while the trend te value waa lower on
euus. stags ana rougn stock generally.
Freeh recelbla of stork cattle and feed
Ing steers wars rather libera! and the
supply In ysid traders hands waa larger
than dealrable. Demand from the country
conunuea aiaappoiniilig ana mere was a
lower trend to values sii along the line.
Choice light weight steers found a ready
outlet, but the ordinary tun uf llgnt
and medium weight stockers Is very hard
to move and prices are at4J6c lower than
a week or ten aaya ago.
Quotations en cattla: Oood to oho 10a
beet steers, r e0ty.4. fair to good beef
steers, !7.0Ot7.S; oommon to (air beef
steers, 14 0O(7 .40; good to choice hellers,
U 4041.60; good to choice cows. tt-6Uv4.7ii;
fair to good ouwa, M.iBt-tv; common 10
lair cows, 4f.7H.)6; good to eboioe stock
era and feeders, to. iatJ7 .40; fair to good
stock ers and feeders, 5.ltVo.;4; commou
te fail Blockers and feeders, M-sestj.at;
stock hellers, M 5ob.b4, veal calves, ti.W
sva.-S: buils, stags, etc. e4.BUti4.ea.
BEEP kTEERS. ,
Ns. Ac. Pr. He. ' Av. Ft.
41 BM I M l. in T M
M 74 4 24 M.. ....1111 I M '
t 1M 4 24 . 7 BM I B
M Ml I N - 4 IM1 t S
II TM 4 ll M Bit 1 M
M S 4 M 47 tset 1 ;
BM I M 14 12M 1 M
Ml I M 24 1111 t M
IBM I W law 4 11
,. Mi t 14 'W .
.KM I M
1US I U
.. M4 I 11 'II....
,.IH 4M I....
..1214 4 M
.. BM 4 M
. -1MB 4M
t .....! 4M
t IBM 4 M
4 C....11W 4 W
II IBM I 71
II BU I II
4 .TU IM 11
I IM I W I
I.... IM 4 M M
1 BM 4 M I
1 1MB I M I
1 IBM I 1
..... hi 4 a
.... Ml 4 14
.... 474 4 S
.... 474 4 M
''"''sTOCr.BHo' AND FEEDFRS,
11 lit I W ll Bad 4 M
M Ml I M . M BW I M
I Nl IS M 731 I 14
I Ml 4 74 tl 441 I M
HOOS Enough hogs were received at
thla point te give buyers oonMderable
advantage In the trade, but everybody
needed large droves and the market was
fairly well sustained, prices dropped a
notch, ruling generally a nickel lower,
and efforts to cheapen costs slin further
were usually unsuccessful. Receipts
were estimated at li.no heed and bulk
consisted of raised snd butcher stock,
the same as on all daya recently.
Despite a run of satd-wtntsr propor
tion, competition was not entirely
absent and business .during the eeny
rounds wsa featured by. a reasonably
broad and healthy demand. Movement
larked activity, but It alaa'Iacked dull
ness, until late la the session, and tbe
11 o crock clearance waa creditable, ctoe
Ing. market had a rather slow appear
ance. One of the favorable sfgna of the main
trade appeared In a revival of ahtpping
demand, fully 16 per cent ef total erfer
tnga moving en outside orders. Beet
heavy hogs en sale brought 17 .04. Identi
cal with yeeterday'a tup., while bulk
landed within I7.w7 M. Bacoa sretgbts
sold from 67 W downward, but ssles bWow
the 47 24 mark were few and ec-attered.
Re present tire sales:
Sa. Ac. sa. rr. Ka. av. Sa. rr.
T7 IM 1 M 214 ... J w
4 M4 ... T a U m M T w
M ITS MIM M 2M M I W
W 1ST MIM W t M I
11 IW ... IB 17 tH MIM
M M MIM !.. 2M MB TM
M...-.-U4 ... I M .....ni ... 1 j
a BW M T M M. SW M t M
W Mt M I M "s- m....r. XM -m T
ts u MiM n ka ... t
BM ... 1 M TS. Bet m 1 a
II 2M -.14 17 M) ... J as
M IM ... t M M7 IM TM
M. 2X4 MIM M.......M IB II
M Jet w ta - w. aa w TM
M tM MB IB 74-......4M ... t W
a in ... 1 a sa,- ... ta
M -ill ... 1 M m. rat M t a
71 Ml BW 1 us w SM IW t a
7I...-...2B MB t M at tap as tats
a at m t w n . t w
M IM ... t M M Ml ... IS
M...-..MS ... IM W tat MS TW
71......JX4 MB TM M J7 ... at
IT Ml IM 7 W M tO M 7 4
71 CI ... 7 H Mi ... 7 M
a IC W IM li 77B IM 7 M
IB SM ... 7M K S4 ... 7M
W : M 7 M M MS ... 7 M
7t St ... 7 4: S4 ... 7 M
w r.t ... M M SCI ... 7 Sa
4! 217 ... t M J7 SM ... 7 M
4 ! ... 7 at 7S1 ... T M
14 S! ... 7 M 71 SM ... 7 j
II 731 ... 7 41 . M 3M M T 44
U MS it Id 7a 217 ... TM
si ;it ... 7 M u sa m T M
41 2M 124 T M tl S4 ... 7 M
2 ... I 2 M T SB
U IM ... T M 1 2l ... T 40
M 2 ... 7M II 2M ... Tti
74 2M 1H 11 42 2 ... 7 at
11 2W M 7 174 ... T U
20. 231 '... t M ..."..r4 ... I 4a
4 MS ... T SI ... I 34
M 114 W 7 M M 421 IS ) ii
74 ..23S IM Tl 30 M3 M Til
71 2M M T W 41 !a .:. T M
it... . ..414 S'l 4
SHEEP-Moderate receipts of sheep and
'smba, made more attractive by a heavy
percentage of high-grade stock, combined
to put yesterda 's large advance on a
legitimate basis. The market ruled firm
from the start with packers buying "freely
ill along the line.
From a selling viewpoint, trade 1 sd
most of the good points of an ldi-al ses
sion. Supply wss estimated at ( 20 head
and hulk consisted of fst. wooicl Iiunbs,
Including a lot of Mexicans. Aside from
one or two shipment! of wethers and two
or three packages or ewes, there were
no sheep on sale.
The Mexican lambs in the fleece sold
at Di.iVaH., theae prices buying about
nine loads. Shorn lambs were ' rather
scarce, a good class moving at 17.26 with
Inlr clippers at 46.40. This wide dls-
crepsncy In prices was also apparent in
wooled lamb trade, the range in values
amounting to over 11,
In the sheep department, shorn wethers
rroukht tana snd wooled ewos sold from
tn-uu downward. Not enough sheep hsve
been coming in lately to renect accurate
price levels, however, and any compari
sons are necessarily founded upon con
lecture. Feeders ser rare exceptions and the
country demand appeared to be equally
small. There existed a lair demand for
fat shearing lambs, the same as recently.
and some toppy westerns sold on contract
at the even money, iva). Yesterday a
country buying did not exceed 600 head.
Quotations on sheep snd iambs: Lambs,
good to choice. t7.'ai4i3.M; fair to good.
l7.5oaT.ia;' shorn. K.7;.Si7.i: fat shearing,
I7.5i.00; yearlings, handy, t7.&T.51;
yearlings, heavy, I6.50ii7.(0; wethers, good
to choice, l'.BtSti.90; fair to good. t6.16i6
1.30: ewes, good to choice, 13.6566.26; fair
to good. t5.25ii6.K.
Representative sales: '
334 Mexican lamlfs
337 Mexlcsn lambs
C2 Mexican lambs
AMI Shorn lambs
426 Fed shearing lambs
Lit Fed shearing lamba
70 Fed lamba
244 fed lamba
4M Fed lamba
47 Fed lambs
470 Mexican lambs .
22 Fed lambs
21T Fed wethers ...
200 Fed wethers
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK -MARKET
Demaad for All Kinds af Stork la
Steady. , '
CHICAOO, April S3. CATTLE Re
ceipta 3.500 hesd: market steady to
strong: beeves. a-bofJMl.76; Texas steers,
t4.75ttti.IO; western steers. I510W7.10;
stockers snd feeders, t4.304zt3.4K: cows and
heifers. 12 r7 .; calves, I4.5ftir7.60.
HOOS Receipts. 17.000 head: market
slow and steady to 6c lower; light, tT.aow
7.72VI: mixed, r 40Ji7.fi; heavy, 17. 47. So;
rough. 17 4MC7 60; pigs, H.7541'7.00; hulk of
SHEEP AND LAM B8 Receipts. 15000
head; market stesdy to 15c higher; lambs
stronger; natives, tt.OOirdO; western,
HZMrTLV, yrsrlings. lVatr7.w: native
lambs, !i.rj.00; western. tS.50tie.CS.
Kansas City l.lve Stark Market.
KANSAS CITY. April 2a. CATTLE
Receipts. 10.000 head. Including 100 south
erns; msrket stesdy to weak; dressed
beef and export steers, t7.404rit.45; fair to
good, te.20tr7.50: western steers, t5.T5tr7.oi:
stockers snd feeders. 10.00417.10: southern
steers, l5.5uti7.GO; southern cows, HOOtiel.00;
nstive cows. .4.wcn7.ia); native heifers,
t5S47.46; bulls, H504j,45; calve, tt.iOty
HOOst Receipts. 14.000 head: market
stesTfv; bulk of sales, l7.lofr7.ey; heavy.
17 7(Bj 7.821,; packers and btlti'hers, IT.iwtf
IM: lights. tiXUfiM: pigs. ID.5txM.60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 11.000
head; market for sheep steady; lanihs
35c higher; yearlings, fiOOh'.W; wethers,
t4.7Mf.5i: ewes. M. &..!; stockers and
feederB.tl.SOrst 00. .
St. Leala Live Sleek Market.
ST. LOi'18, April . -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,000 head; market strong: native
shipping snd export steers, I7.5Ovih.00;
dressed and butcher steers, 5n7.ii6;
steers under 1.000 pounds, t3.5nti4.ie;
stokers and feeder, tt.00ti7.75; cows and
heifers, tl 5j4.3; canners, ! 50fi 5.io:
bulls, M.25ha.,; calves. liOWfS.Oll: Texas
snd Indian steers, t6.6n;.60; cows and
IIOOS Receipts, a.3vt head; market 644
tOc lower: pigs and lights. fc.0OarT.76;
mixed and butchers, tT.9j7.86; good
SHEEP AND IJkMBg-Recelnts, l.PX)
hesd; market lOSIoc higher, native mut
tons, ti f.a7.00; Ismbs. toTTvlit 46: culls
and bucks, t4.0OfrS-: stockers, t2.06v-4.ov.
at. aloeeph Live Sleek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. April at CATTLE
Receipts were 2,500 head; market
slow; steers, M Toaja.SO; rows and heifers,
t3 25r7.76; calves. t4.a37.W.
HOOS ReceliHs. kuui head; market
slow; lop. 17.75: bulk of sales, r. 607. 66.
SHEEP AND I .A MRS-Receipts, S 000
hesd: market, lOtJiac higher; lambs, tT.aV
.' Stark 1st Sight.
Receipta of lire stork at ths five prin
cipal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheen. -
South Omsha...'. 4.500 UTOO s.2
st. Joseph ram t.ono J.ow
Kansas City 10.ou J4.r li.uno
St. Loul I.UU0 a.30 !.
Chlcsgo 1500 17.000 16,400
.3,500 42,090 37,100
OM.4.HA GE1YCB At MARKET.
RCTTER-No. 1. 1-lb. cartons, tar; No.
I In 40-lb. tubs, 22c; No. 1, Sc; packing.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. 22c; Ameri
can Swiss, tOc: block Swiss, 24c; twins
21c; daisies. 22c: triplets. 22c; young
Americas. 22c: blue label brick, 22c; 11 m
bergrr. 2-lb 22c: 1-lb. 22 c.
FISH tfresh frosenl Pickers I, ae: white.
1le- pike. 16c: trout. 22c; targe crspples.
124115c: Spanish markrel. 1!W; eel. IM-;
haddocks, lie: flounders. 11c: green vat
flah. 15c; roe shad, tl each; shad roe. per
pair. Use; salmon. I4c; halibut, lie: yel
low perch, sc; buffalo. c; bullheads, lie.
POl'LTRY-oroliers. t00.0 per doe;
springs, aOr: hens, 14ol7c; cocks. 11c;
ducka IJ4i20r: geeee. 2c: turkeys.
nlaeons. ner dos,. 11.2k Alive: hens, lar:
old rooster. 4c; stsgs. Mc: old ducks, full
feathered. 15c:. geese, full feathered. 4c:
turkeys. Me; pigeon, per do., 40c; horn-
tMMlee rZSm. smTsw-5- fcta t
Lrr Are regelar and sstiaaed rnatossers for VtalX
er OX aieger s rare CHd Moaagraw kiake- there VafsX
eeslda t possibly he s better teatiwoaial bo tta ea W
oa aaMjMM Btaaest
as t f I aJjTjr eeakta t
SSI iTT X BStkeae asai
S I ' 1 1 Y Oaly tvarity 1
f I' BBcaioetl sarpoeca the parity e lUeger s Moaograw aa 1
srsweedby aa asderthe pare Pood Law while itssgew
WB M I V
a-"-- ciwiiwT rvers is sawiaeas. Yon caa bey
- X, I. il A
c-ed as as order Boc Bieger-
Moaogrsw MM It tor 4a rar.
sraoothaess. aad an the eseea
tiale el gaasl waaitaj - ase
hall e( ft aad earner yoar
coailaced that at M the taest
aev aaiaacc as ear
ers. per dox.. C.50; squabs. No. J, 11.50:
.NO. 2. r.
lOL"LTRY Broilers. f5.'17J4 per dox:
springs, 3t)c; hens, Mc: cocks, 11c; ducks.
lsajSic; geese. 15c; turkey. 23c. pigeons,
per dox.. tl ; Alive: hens. 12c; old roost
ers. 4c; stags. 10c: old ducks, full leath
ered. 15c; geese, full feathered, ec; tur
keys, lie: pigeons, per dos.. Sft-; homer a.
per dot., t5o, squabs. No. U H-50; No. t
Klbs-No. L ITHe; No. 2. lHc; No. 2,
12Wc Lotns-.Va 3. ISc; No. t L5c No.
1. UVc Chuck No. 1. be; No. t 71c; Ne.
2, 7c. Rounds-No. 1. Ufcc; No. 4 lc;
No. X. 10c Platee-.No. i. eHkC, Ke. t,
sec; No. X. 6iftC
LOINS Ke. i, lsc; ran. a, I6wc; Ka a. as.
CHUCKS No. 1. k; No. I No. a,
FRUITS. ETC. Apples: Extra fancy
Ben Davis, per bbL. 14.25: Winesapa, per
bbl.; 65; fancy Missouri Pippins, per bbL.
t4.25; Idaho Jonathan, extra fancy, per
box. ti iw; Wah-.ni;ton Spluenberg. pet
box. 62.50; Washiugton R. Beauty, per
box, 42.25; Washington Sly man Wiuesa.ua,
pt-r box, I2. il. Bananas : Fancy aelccu
per bunch, r2.26tj2.iu. Jumbo, per bunch,
42.75.75. Dates: Anchor brand, new,
,-a 1-iu. pki,s. in box, per box. 22.25; Drotn
eUsry branu, new, Ju 1-lb. pkgs in box,
per box, U. llgi: California, per cass
of 13 ;.o. 11 pKge. ISc: per case of M No.
12 pkk-, l.aii; per case of ov No. 6 pkgs.,
62; bulk, in a and 50-lb. boxes, per lb..
Mic; Law Tuikisb. 6-crown in 2v-lb. boxes,
iter lbs., lac; n-crown in 20-ib. boxes, per
ib., 14c; 7-crown In 30-lb. boxes, per lb.,
17c. Grape fruit: Florida, J4 site, par
crate, 15; 4a stie, per crate, $5.50; 0-o4-4
dUcs. per crate, xa-ett. urapes: Malaga
in bbls., IT .1117.50. Lemons: Llmoniera
Selected brawl, extra tancy, 30v-4av aites,
per box, tii; Loma Limonelra, fancy, KO
je sizes, per box, 5.5; 2-4 sixes, 6jc
per box lens; California lemons, 300-30
sixes, per box, 64.50bAU, Oranges: Cali
fornia Camellia brand. Navels, extra
fancy. M-12loO-lTa-4vo-21G-250 alia,, per
box. IJ.tr,; extra choice, all sises, per box.
tl; Elephant brand. 120-150-1,4-10-216 sixes,
per box, 13-50; 25u-t&-324 sites, per box.
)2.6e Pineapples. 3D-46-24 aisea, per crate,
Strawbcnles: Louialiuia, per case at
24 pints, 62.50.
V EO ETABLES Beets, old crop, per lb..
2c. Cabbage, IVisconsln, per lb., 4bc;
new California, per lb., 4c Celery. Cal
ifornia Jumbo, per dox., 11.00; Florida, in
the rough, 4aac dos.. per case, 13.26. Cu
cumbers hot house, per box. JJ-Oo. Kug
Plant, fancy Florida, per dox.. 42.au. Oai
llc, extra fancy, wlilte, per doA, lie
Lettuce, extra tancy leaf, per dos., lac.
Onions. Calif ur ma, white, boiling, per lb.,
7c; Wisconsin, yellow Globe, per lb., 6c;
red Olobe. per lb., 6c; Spanish, per crate,
tz.26. i'arsley, fancy southern, per dos.,
bunches, &0ej75c. Parsnips, fancy south
ern, per dos .hunches, sou 76c; Parsnips,
per lb, 2V. Potatoea. Minnesota Red
River Early Ohio Seed, per bu., tl 71;
Mlnneaoia krly Rose seed, per bu., 11.40;
Ullss Triumph seed, per bu., 11.40, Wis
consin white stock, per bu., tl.50. Ruta
bagos. In sacks, per lb.. lc Tomatoes,
Florida, per t-bak. crate, 63.76; Cuban,
per b-bak. carrier, to. 54. Turnip, per lb.,
MISCELLANEOUS Almonds, tarra
gon a, per lb., Ibfec; In aack lots, lc less.
Cocoanuts, per sack. t4 w. Filberts, per
lb., 14c; In sack lots, lc leas. Peanuts,
roaated, In aack lots, par lb., 7Vc; roasted
lea than sack lots, per lb., fcc; raw, per
lb.. 4c, Pecans, large, per lb., 17c; In sack
lots, lc leas. Walnuts, new crop, Ull.
California, per lb., 17c; in aack lota lu
leas. Cider, new Nehawsks, per 16-gal.
4 bbl., 13.00; per 30-gal bbl., 66.50; New
York Moti s, per 15-gaJ. bbL, 61.60; per
ao-ial. bbl.. 64.50. Honey, new, 24 frames,
13.75. Krout, ier 15-gai. keg. 62-71; per
s-gal. keg. 11.25.
BEEF CUT I'RICES-No. 1 ribs. 18(c:
No. t ribs. 15ic; No. 1 ribs, UVjc; No. 1
loins, ,20c; No. 2 loins. 17c; No. I loins.
UV; No. 1 chucks, Mc; No. t chucks,
tSc; No. t chucks, 7V; No. I rounds,
12s.c; No. 2 rounds, tlo; Nb. t rounds.
Uc; No. 1 plates, 7(ac; No. I plates, c;
No. t plates. Ottc
ST. LOl'IS, April 23.-WOOIc-8teady;
territory nnd western mediums, lOlilBu;
fine mediums, 15b 17c; fine, lot) 16c.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
Stale of Nebraska, office of Auditor of
Public Accounts. Lincoln. Neb., Feb. 1,
1912. It la hereby cei tilled lhat the Pelican
Assurance company of New York. In tlie
state of New York., has compiled with
the Insurance laws of this state, applic
able to such cnmpiinies and is therefore
authorised to continue the business of flra
Insurance In Hits state for ths current
year ending January 31. lull.
Witness my ltnd and the seal of the
Auditor of Public Arcounts, the day and
year first above written.
Auditor of Public Accounts,
O. E. PIERCE. Identity.
Accounts, v.. K. PIKUCK. Deputy.
Russell ft MrKtttrl.k Co., Agent. 43
Ranige Bids,., Omaha, Neb.
JAP IT AX, ..
Will lean on security requir
ing spoelal lnveatlgstloa
or close supervision, and
act available for bank loans
Largo enterprises financed.
Prompt Investigation (
security offered, whatever
Its character f location.
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