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THE -BEE: OMAHA, - WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, -1&12.-'-
IGRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
longs Take Profits oa Bearish Feel
; inf After Good Bains.
BIB CHOP OCT OF THE QUX5TI0H
lfcet Caadltloaa Ik Crm Belt
Arm Com , Bceervc (lark la
till IBS Offered Lower .
Price- Are? Eipcete.
OMAHA. April 39. Wit
Good mini all over th hard winter
Wheat bell creeled a bearish feeling and
many lows took profit to lb extent of
weakening the market, thus evening up
the market after a remarkable advance.
The beat crop observances are positive
of a very Important amount of the origl
nal acreage has been abandoned and a
iblg crop Is out of the question. Prices
st these levels seem to be Justified for
trie lima being- at least.
The corn trade la aroused by the sharp
reduction In primary stocks and the small
total visible supply. Weatber conditions
over the corn belt promise to improve ac
cording to predictions. ,
With reserves storks still brine offered
freely and favorable seeding conditions,
some lower prices are expected.
Sentiment Id aheat wa boaiith. The
! change in feeling is due to the heavy
: rains which I sure to pro e beneficial
:to the growing crop. Ca wheat was
.weak, selling lVrilVn- lower.
Cora Is being offered freely and as the
nipping demand baa dropped oil buyers
are not so witling to pay present prices.
Cash cora waa unchanaed -to lo- lower. .
Primary wheat recelpte were 324.
bushels and ahlnmeais were 735,00 bush
els, against last year of X9.0W bushels
and shipments of h.uv busneis.
Primary corn receipts were 737,009 bush'
als and shipments went ?W,)0 bushels.
against receipts last year of tu.aus busn
eis and shipments of 1.1C0U9 bushels.
Clearances were si.OOs bushels of corn.
M bushels of oata and wheat and flour
equal to m.im bushels. . .
Liverpool closed N.d higher to si lower
. en wheat and kttSd lower on corn.
The following cash is lev were reported
vVheat: No. 1 hard. 1 cars. II t: 1 car.
31.48I. No. I hard. 1 car. 31 K. Corn:
No. t white, 1 cars, 7Kc; No. I while,
2 car Tsc four ears 7ac. No.: I color,
1 ear. 7esc; No. t yellow, I car, 7Ho-
no. yellow, l ear, n'c; t cara, TtHic
cara. Tsc, 1 car, 77Uc, 1 car 77c No.
yellow. 1 car. 73c: 1 car. 74c. No.
mured, 1 car, 7SV; I car 78c, 1 ear 77t,e.
I car 77 Sc. 8 cars 77c No. 4 nixed.
I cars, 76c, I cars 7&c, I ear. 71c. So
grade, t car. 7r: I cara He, 1 cars c.
I cara Ko. 1 car 44c. Oats: No. I white.
I oar. tVc; No. 4 whlta, 1 cars, 64 Se; 3
; WHEAT No. t hard. 310M1.11: No. I
Ibard. tl.07tA.14-: No. 4 hard. II.0II4M1.0J.
CORN-N. I white, Wi?MrCj .' . I
white, 7X14 7-; No. 4 wnlle, tHi i;
'so. i color, 7ieyiffv; r,o. i yellow,
fTIHe; No. I yellow. 771-; No, 4
i yellow, lltfilc: No. I. TttJoSac; No. 4
!RWc: no grade, C4trnc.
I OATS-No. white, MjW.c: standard.
MSac: No. I white, M4-4c; No. 4
one. ttti-UVjo; No. I yellow, MHOfttttc)
I No, 4 yellow, M',tf04V
; rlARLKY-Maltlng, 11 flSffl.; feed, tot)
sue; neavy ie. vsegtei.ta,
, JtYlv-No, i, lc; No. 3 Rya, t70Sc
I Cartel Jaeeelpt.
Wheat Cora, Oata,
iDulula tt . ... ...
Jt . .w e
cmicaoo a aim ao ritoviiio.it
Feature af the Tradtag aad Clealag
' rnki aa Board af Trade.
CHICAGO, J April H.-Improved eon
Itlons throughout the west, but especially
;ln Oklahoma sent wheat traders today
to the beer side of I lie market. The
lelose waa nervous, varying from HSo
ilower to He advance ns compared with
:lat night. Corn scored a net gain of
"e-ta Ho, otherwise closed Irregular, c
to He up and provisions at a decline of
IV lo riHc.
Belief that th price of whest had not
-Vacended as much aa beneficial ralna
would Imply, led lo selling pressure
right at Ihe outset. Haeaaets were not
great, however, until the announcement
mt the Oklahoma stale report showing
.a crop condition of Me" as against 74c
a -month ago, and Indicating a probable
yield of BAu.au bushels compared with
i.o.i.0Oj bushels last year. Notice waa
also taken of Ihe fact that the world a
available supply at 4I.00MW hi excess of
the total a year age.
belayed aeedlng northwest served to
restraln the downwaru tendency of the
market and so to some extent did offic
ial ackaowledment that the Ohio crop
Iwaa almost a failure. A alill batter rally
near the end of the session came aa a
lre.uU of big cash sales here and the
chartering of lake tonnage. July ranged
I from ll.ioH to 11.11. with last sales at
'el-U"..!'. a net lew of fcUHc.
Talk of a good demand southwest had
I a stimulating effect on corn prices.
July fluctuated betwen 77tr77to to7M,
7,c, closing firm. Ho net higher at 7H
!Hc. Cash grades were offered In only
i waring way. No. I yellow. WHtjaic.
In oata the discount of values under
com brought about a rally except for
lay. which waa suffering because of
'IkiaktaUng sales due to the proxltlmy of
ideUvery day. Outalde limits for July
jwere MHtts&He and BHe, win the close,
I nuggesUons that abaormallly higher
prices for packing house products would
causa serious curtailment of eonsump
tlon led to a lower quotation today.
Fork reacted the must, Mc to IJHc.
and H6.7H for ribs. . .
Article! Open. I High.
Low. Closo-I Bafy.
iisw pm! liiHl
1 UK Hi 1 II
I leall u', I
7?St 7W,S 77VrSi7H,irriOiI
si ay. I t B
July.lU M1 It 7
Hept.il 4s-70 a
N NHI M m
11 us. 11 at
,!U ze-Xsj 11 U 1JW U 23 Hi U H
C-e; It aW
t'lXlL'aV Firmer; winter patents, MM
iW', winter Straights. 4n0O; spring
Weots, f,.OQ.x; spring stralghta, li.il
'; bakers, KsntM SO, best bard clears,
aVB-No. t SJH.
BAfLUtr-Feed or mixing. gtc4Ml.
faJr to choice malting. 1.1.M.
eKKf-K Ttmotny, ctvuta; clover
FKOVl.-iIO.N" Pork, ntatjltru lard
onort ribs,, tlooeel.
of wheat aad flour
were equal to JeB bo. Primary re
eeipta were t!i. bu. compared wit
,) bu. the eorreeoondlng day a year
asa The World's viable sunolv
aoowa br Bradelreete decreased l,Sir,4uo
. etimaiee receipts lor tomorrow:
i Waeat, S cars; corn. M cars; oata, m
cam; bogs, 9 eat stead, a
Ckicago Cah Prieea-Wheat: No. I
ijaC ll.UHfcl K; No. red, 106U4; No.
f rd- U.I34rU; No. hard, 1.1
I ; No. I northern, 1 1761 . No. I
northern. WBI u. So t norttieni. n il
eo.l; No. t spring tl.legl.ll; No. I spring,
tl-"ti: J- nng. Iiawtl.ll; velvet
tiaf. sisaaji.rf; durum. 0 ,!. 14. Corn:
io. a. "e: so. j wrttte. tltiiHe; No, t
yetiew. ssvfaile; No. 3, Sa;v; No. t
-wc; .a s yellow. T,t7Ve;
No 4. 7h4jc: No. 4 white, 77a)7c; No. 4
yellow. wH7c. Oata: No t whit.
Sec: No, t white. .e67Se: Ka, 4
iiOtig-Kecelpts. .. eases Market
Jt: at mark, cases Included, ITHc.
aminsrr firsts. ITV; firsts, lie
tHEBBB-eHeady: daisies. MticTKV-.
J; Teung AiaerteaTliH;
rL. c- 'ei-l-; Miebigaa
afid M'eneeota. gLMtA aV
na 1HeKI5n; turners. Me; chk-k-
Va-aHsady at TfllHe,
t n 1 tt i7d rm
4 lttTHj 7S
Mat I 171 lis.
11 Sr'XI 11 I?
KEW YORK CEEBAL MARKET
Oaotatleas at the Day aa Varloas
NEW TORK, April ' . - FIjOUR
Pready; spring patents, $5.iij5-!. winter
straignts, stsoneut; winter paienis.
gi.10ti4.3i; spring clears. H-H .80; winter
extras, no. 1. S4.2U9H.jv: winter extras,
No. 2. U.HDUi. 10: Kansas straight 5.f""n
3.15. Rye fiour, quiet; fair to good, S4.9
D&tn; cnotce to fancy, K.abQi.z.
COftXM KALr-Flrm: fine white and yel
low. Il.noai-ie; coarse, ILTVtll.90. kiln
dried. M IS.
RYE-Steady:" No. 1 He, c. L I., Buf
falo to arrive.
BARLEY steady; malting, fl.jtei.3a;
C I. f. Buffsln
WHEAT Moot msrket essv: No. t red.
I1.SH. elevator, export hauls, and JI.S3H.
f- o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth.
H 25, f. e. b., afloat, opening ntvigstlun.
Futures msrket waa nervous with a fur
ther reactionary tendency owing to more
lavoraoie crop advlcea from the hard
Winter Whest states, hut nrices were anh-
Ject to sudden changes and the under
tone was nervous. Closing prices were
vir nt lower, slay closed si.n: juiv,
i.lV1.17tj, rloed. 11.17; eitemrer.
ei.uii.i.c. ciored, I.1J Receipts, 1(W,
suj lu.; aiiiimients. US.; bu.
t'OK.v .liOt market sedv: rsnnrt.
M-ic, nominal, f. o. b, afloat.' Futures
nominal. Receipts, none: shipments none.
t.ATM Snot market, barely ateady;
sianuara wnite, tlf, In elevator; No. i
Arr; No. 3, etc; No. 4. 4JHc; futures.
uuminai. necentta. Uf.4i DO.
Kt.c.1) Market barely steady: west
ern spring bran. 100-lb. sacks and stand
ard mixed In IDO-lb. a-tcks, tcv.lie&S.ea
HAY Firm: m-lme 11 HM I so: No. 1.
l.ki; NO. J. ll.tWlSOi No. I, I1.3B.
iiurs-r irm: state common lo ehoice.
lll crop. t2H.004ito.iJS: Hilt croo. nominal:
Pacific .coast.- 111-crop, 4l.e(s44.W; lilt
HIDEtV-meadv; Central America, Iliic
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, iM)
ic; set-onus, 2tn-.-c; tniraa, re
PROVI8IONS-Pnrk. steady; meat,fc)
vx.m; rsmlly, x.smm.lO; short clear,
ll&ootv&ot. Beef, firm: mess. Ili.ostt
14.50; family, ls.S017.n; beef hams, la w
tjjt.Mi Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies.
iu to it pounds, iicic; pickled hams,
UHOiZHc. lird, easy; middle west
prime, IW.Hill.lt; refined, firmer; conti
nent, 111.50: Houth America, IU.7S; com
TALIXIW-riteady; prime, city hogs
beads, CVtc; country, H(lc; special, TUc
BLTTER-Market strona; receipts .'
tubs; crrsmsry specials, D; extras 36Hc;
firsts, UHttc: seconds. Cu(&: thirds,
lie; stale dairy, finest, 1nsjc; good to
prime, lOtjISc; common to fair, tttjao.
CHEEBE Steady; receipts. 1.2S6 boxes;
state, whole milk, current make, white
specials, ihc; skims, UUHc.
POULTRY-Allve not ouoted. Dressed.
quiet; western fowls, 144)170 ;turkeya, II
EOG8-l'naettled; receipts 41 114 raaea;
fresh gathered, extraa IHnc; fresh
gathered, atoragepacked. WHOliHc; fresh
gathered, regular parked, ltm'; fresh
gathered, seconds, lKH4llo; wsstera
gatbered whites, aH021He.
Cara sad Wheat Reanaa Balletla. '
United gtatea Department of Agrlcul-ture-Wssihsr
bureau'a report for tht
twenty-four hours ending at I a. m.. 7itk
meridian time, Tuesday, April 30, MU:
Rtatlona. High. Low. fsIL
Asniano, rtsD.. u 47
Auburn, Neb... to 44
Broken Bow... 3
Columbus, Neb. 41
rslrbury. Neb. fs
Fairmont, Neb. II
Ur. Island, Nb.
llartliixton, Nb 44
Heatings. Neb. at '
lloldrege. Neb. a
Lincoln. Neb .. II
No. P atte. Nb 40
Oakdale, Neb.. 44
Omaha, Ntb..., 41
rekaman. rteb. tt
Valsntlne, Nb. W
Alia, la. a
Carroll, la 41
Clarlnda, la.... 41
flbley. la 44
Xloux City, la.
Minimum temperature for lwle-nour
period ending at I a. m.
UiairUtT AVKRAOEa. -
No. Temp Hala,
Central. Matlooa, High. Low. faiL
I'olulnbtia, o 17
Uiulsvllle, Ky... a
ndia polls, lod. II
t'liloagu, 111 ;4
ML u.uls, I0... Is '
Iea Moines, la. a
Kan. City, Mo. li
a , to
Omolia, Neb 17
In all except
Ottralia, lies Molnea and Kanaaa City dis
tricts, name oi one incn or more oo
curred at the following stations; Ohlo-
Ueiiefiinuine. l iu. Canton. 1 an. Indiana
Marion, 1.10. Illlnols-rlantoul, 1 10, The
weatner is warmer In the western dis
tricts. Frost occurred at seven stations
lu lb Chicago district.
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecaster, Weatber Bureau,
. St, I.eala fteaeral Market. '
ST. LOI IB. April 30,-WHEAT-Cash.
lower: track. No. 1 red U.liul.alU: No
1 bard, ll.MH4l.l.
COKN-Mteady; track Net, HHCtKic,
No. 1 white. g.t4Hc. -
OATS-Weak; track No. t, 5e4jc; No. 1
wtilte. sHntSHc . ;
i losing prices on future:
WHEAT-Market lower: Mar. 11. UU:
July. 11 HJH; He ut ember, II 07Htil 7'k.
CORN-Market firm; May, Iliac; July,
7Hc; September, 70HC
OATS-Market firm: Mar. UNc: July.
Mc; Heptember, el He.
RYE Unchanged. Mc
FIAIUR-Steadr: red winter natenta
st.Aeji.7s; extra fancy and straight, 14.70
tj.S: hard winter clear a. IVOOH.J.
nr-Ki nmoinv, gHi.uu, . .
BRAN WPlet; sacked, east track. O 49
HAY tTwettled: timothy. - CLOXKmM
PKOVISluNo-pork. unchanged; Job
bing, II W. Lard, unchanged; prime
steam. M.tttylMO. Dry salt meats, un
changed; boxed, extra shorts, lit ,4; clear
ribs, 110.71; short clears. 111 2k Baron,
uncbansfed: boxed, extra shorta tll.71:
clesr ribs, 111.71: shorts clear, tills.
ittlLlrll nna: rnkksns. UHc:
springs. tX: turkeys. lc; ducks. 11c:
Bt ttek r irm: creamery, rercc.
ECW ft-Lower; HV.
. Reoelpta Shlpmenta,
Flour, bbla 1,W stono
Wheat bu Hon la aw
Corn. bu.... I t
Oata, bu t.3au tl.ttjo
Kssaar City erala aad Prereialraa.
KANSAS Clly.- AOrtl 10 WHKAT-
Cash. VwHc lower: No. 1 hard. 1 Wf
I.14S: No. 1. H0hHl.ll: No. t red. ai.li.
1.14H- No, t l.lll.a
CORN-jne-half to 1 cent lower: N.
I mixed. I10c; No. t, 7lc; No. white.
(OHtflc; KO. J, 7SC.
OATS-Uaehanged: No. I white. 178 He:
No, 1 mixed. MHc.
cinetng prices ot futures: ,
WHEAT May. tl 07; July. tt.MVB
I MS: September, tl.HW MV
CORN May, WHo; July, TTSe; Septeot. M
er, izc. .
OATSJuly. Be: September, Cc.
HAY-Ktrong; choice 11 mot hey. IZI tttt
.: choice prairie. 13 it3 gb.
BET EI PTeV- Wheat. M cara,
BITT'ER-Crearnery. Wc. . first. Kc:
aeennds, Mr; packing atot-k. ISc.
iMOS-lLitrsa, uhc; ftrsta ITHc
' ' ' eetpta. mnenta
WbeaL h M.M ll.tn
Com, bu.... St.'trt 46)
BU ;,90 aout
A vallekle Sspatltea art tSewla. -
NEW TURK. April Mt-Snerlal cable
and telegraphic com mun teat iooa received
by rJradstreet a sbow the rollowina
chsngea in available supply- of grata, aa
compared with previous account: Avail
able Supplies vl heat. Crated mates, east
Kocktee, decreased I !er we) ftuehels;
I'nlted Statea. weel RocileaL rlecreeeed
X.OAI busneis: Canada, deereeeed Ltsl.tOj
busbeis: total 1 nited States aad Canada.
decrraeea 4,lft7.tA) bushels; aiaet for and
ra Europe, increaeeo miu.mm bushel total
Americas and buropeait supply, de
creased lltt.lMt bushels. Corn, United
eitatea and Canada, decreased 1.717. Aa)
biisbebx Uars. rmted mate snd Csa-
ada. Itwriaai 4 S3,tut buahets. Tbeleadlng
decreasea reportetl this waek follow:
Manitoba. TaSOut bushels; Portland. Me,
12.400 bushels: Lincoln. M.OM bushels;
Fort. Worth. &tu0 sMabeb), SprtOKUeid,
U. a, buaaeis. .
Xey 0 tiva Ktaatlnti Pea AdtwtlShag.
NEW JORK ST0CK MARKET
Heiitfition and JteactioD. Due to
Variety of Caatei.
MASSACHUSETTS HAS DfFUJUfCE
tateaseat af Steel Corpora I Is a Fek-
llshed After C'lae f Baalaeaa
Sarprlslag la l afavar
N'EW TORK. Anrll SO The hesllstlne
and reaction which dominated operations
oo the stock exchange todsly were gen
erally atinouied to a variety of causes
orreasons. Among them were the Mae
hltertbetweentherailwaysand cmfw shr c
eacnuseti primaries, he posslblliy
another hitch between the railways and
engineers, the Cnlted Htates 8teel cor
porations quarterly statement and the
government a weekley .weather report
wnicb confirmed discouraging advices
concerning crop conditions in cereal pro
ducing states. . -The
statement ot the steel corporation
itutiusnea alter tne close or buslnesa
was surprising In Its unfavorable chse-i.
cter. Not only were earnings and net
rnings much below even the most
pessimistic estimates, but In order to pay
tha regularly quarterly dividend of 1 t-i
per cent on the pff. and 1', per cent oa
the common aharee .teflM, nt .Imaa,
eD.Jw.sw waa created. This was tsken
irum tne unejivided surplus remaining
. ute eno oi last years final quarter.
.meet snares were .mAdeativ r,m .
during the greater part of the day.
Reading and Lehigh Valley rose and
fell alternately during the session, but
Baltimore and OMa waa t K. MAMt
of the standard railway shares. A number
of 'specialties of the first and second
class made smart gains at odd moments,
Includlnc National Risentt .j D.,tti
International Harvester, far from be
ing adversely affected hv the rum.. nr
the government's dissolution suit, was
among the strongeect stocks In its
especial department. Such erstwhile
favorites as the Harrlmen ana mil
Issues were not prominent. ,
Final quotation were aeneralle under
yesterday's close, with a heavy under-
lone numerous rsilwsy reports for
MarcS were aubmltted that of Reading
system being the most notsble. with
gain In net of over tsaouj hv the
railway, while the Reading roal and iron
company reported net Increase of al
most aa much.
this brought the net returns of th.
system up lo sllghtlv more that, lioumii
Chlrsgo and Alton. Toledo, St. Louis snd
" -nicao ureat Western also
made returns for March, these ranging
'"J he liKllfferenl to the very poor.
.... vrnra maraet was irregular, with
sharo break In A 1 1 1. I .
J'!' '' "r '" tl.swi.ooo. I'nlted
states Oovernment bonda were heavy,
the 3s coupon declining H. the Is register.
.n'1 pn'" l- on call.
Number of sales -n.i .,
on bonds today werT: "
he. Sits. La. Claw.
AsMrlras Beet tegar...,
Aim. Car A rMntry
Anerleaa rettaa oil
m. Mice A Leather m
Awerleaa les SsearltMa.
Aneneaa Laroantttva. . .
. SneltlBS a kaflalaa S aai
Aat. I. A R. aM TT .
Aia Steel raaaarM tea
Aawrk-sa Oottr rbXIalag- l.m 1K m
AaMrleaa T. A t.
ii lint HH
H H 'i
MU Wi 144
Awerlcee sssrea sts
Anaroaas Mlslag Oa t.tat
AUkiene at. 4lv... u Ma)
Autimi pit jss
AllamiU (MS Lias
juiiueare a Obie. Il.tM llil ne
tiaew mtaeii... i.ns nil
""' wine l.m ait, ut
estrsl Lett her MS n Ml.
sslrsl Leather t4 sot Mii ni
'astral et N Jeren... lea BM at
'Hiaat-ahe A Oh La Jut Mti fhht
'leaaJ A A Hen
carnage (heat Wasters ...r:
14!', Ill i,
ttk-ase Qraat WM. srg.. ,
dn-e A Nerthweuava. V 1U
Cklests, Mil. A at. reel. l.Mt III
u. ., c. A St. Una la
Calaeaea Fssl A Irea.... MS It
'oleraso a StMttMrs...
'neealaM4 Use.. Mat lUt, m
"nm lrlurla.... Lets ilk llta
Halt ears A Hulaoa H4 Itl lit
lMnear A File Orae4a.,..ar
Dt A R 0 M - MS , u
DMlllers' srerttlei l;
grle I r us
trie 1st gf4 , us life It
krls M srg 7
General tladrw tm 1U 1
nreat Nerlhara Sf4 I.M4 Ills m
Ontst Nan Mrs Ore. ells. MS 41 S MS
later baemts ll Mai
ItnefSareush Met. fft....
inn 14 IN
.Ml ' ill I4
,aS US IIS
IMS 11IH lit
nler. Marias PIS
I mental least Paper
I M0 H
Loslarllla A Naahtllla ..
Mlsaaassln A M. IXHtlS.
r. A a. a. si ...
Mlaanerl. ktoeaa A Tavaa
Me., aaa. a Toaaa sa...
I are 44
1 10a hi
' HS H4
I SM isn't
Nat' lira a g. N MS.
Nae Tart Ceetrsl
Naae Tert, (M. A West.
Nerfelt A Wallers
Mt 1US UIH HIS
44 SJ't Ult US
4,i mt ins 151 s
is us iS '
Nerth Astertcas..., ,
Non tern Partflc.
Feast' B Oas.
Fltua sk C. I. A M. I
FreaaaS OisM Csr
Fullataa P. C. el 4IV-...
.. I. aoa its
Halltrar steal Oarla
HassslW tasl sM...
..in en ms i"s ms
.. 1M s s
.. im US MS MS
FKa ItUeS rs
I tet ns MS ns
I tea t;s Ms Ms
Reek leiasa I t ate
at. L. A A F M sM... 1.IM
St lex la 0. W. aM
si. shatnais a A 1...
mo ns ns
tnlkars Farlfle 1WS HIS lS HIS
Seal hare BslMsr SSJ as "S
Boat hers Rallesy ptt. .. ..... ... . S
Taaaa A PsHtle M
T.WK Bt La.lt A Waal. 1st IIS lS M
rr rSir.1:. .?.-:.! r.:i..5 .r.; .rs
t olas Perirar set
I'ailaa Suiaa Hasnr...
t'sltet Stalaa RaStar...,
I. tea ms US MS
m.Ms ns us ii
1MB ms ms ms
t,:M us --ns fs
Valtet Otatea steel
t'altat ataies suae gra,
I tea Caster
SM US 4S
HS IS IS
M tl 4S
MS US 41 S
s rs n
Wosallog A Leas Erie.
LetogB valley. .
MS IT-S MBS MS
I.IM MS S FHl
4.MS rs u !
bu aa M im
Tatal eaWa te the ear. Wl.Me tsetse .
.. Lead.a Ptae-k Market.
tAunnv AarU a American securities
opened quiet and a fraction higher today.
Support waa tacatna awmi " -
hour and the Initial gains were lost At
noon the tone waa dull and prices ranged
from unchanged to He lower than yea
terday'e New York closing.
tvatUatOte at viw vuna
Steel advanced sharply on New Torn
Kuvine The rest of the llet hardened is
sympathy and the snarket closed ateady.
ionOOfl ctaaatna awntiwa.
is a- n tajtsn i a a aaa.m
.. nSMtk. Kan. A Tea.. MS
.. MS !er Tar Cvntrml..iri
.. SSNanSHi A WaatanvlllS
Ai-hte- -...lies ea era .. m
a. pN MHOaterle A Waatara- MS
B meters A ole..lllSFessay!-aBU, . tti,
rule, Faedht ..Ml Ka-4 HBaes SK
casehsaete A Okie ej Pesetas S
t-hi arm WeBtrra isssawsant KV jsv
cat., MU. A ot. P ius as sst s
n. Bean) - M- Baal Sara earmt ...lis
laanrB Hie MSfe-ae Faatfla ..... rrtu
S. a4 S e ft Ks
n. MSC t Meal Ms
se 1st sM sS 4e set ..IMS
OS M set ., - M aaa
Oraad Tnrtk 4e get Us
UllsaBs Caatral ....IXI - ...
SILVKR Bar. Una at !l t-Md per
MUNBT-PifH Per cent.
Tha rate of discount la th open mar
ket for short and three ateotha bills M
t 1-M per cent
, CeaaAltlem mt
tVASHINtTTOV, April -At the bearia
nlng taf batnesg lbs ccwdluaa af l ailed
States treasury was: Working balance In
treasury offices, pa.teS.ljS; in banks and
Philippine treaeury, tll.Ou.C4: total bal
ance in general runa was sj3,i,e.
Ordlnayr receipts yesterday. B.O3M10:
ordinary disbunementa 11.12 . Deficit
to dais this fiscal year ni.777.ihta as
against a surplus of tl.jel.8X at this time
last year. These figures exlude Panama
canal and public debt transactions.
w York tlaary Market.
NEW TORK, April M.-MONElf-On
call, steady: 21 per cent; ruling rate,
3: ekwlng bid, rs: offered at 3. Time
leans, steady; sixty dsys, sfiSH per cent;
ninty days, ISfllH Per cent;' six months,
lHfr3H per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE FAPER-44J4V.'
STERLING EXCHANGE Easy, with
actual business in bankers' bills at tt.s4S
for sixty-day bills and at K867S for de
mand.; commercial blHe, M.S3H.
H1L.VEK Mexican dollars, tec
BONDri-Goveriunent. heavy; railroad.
Clnaing auotatlora on bonds today went
I 0 rat. 3a, rag. .MBS laler. M. M. 4Ha... S
.ias"japaa m aa-e
WIS Be 4sa M
lTI'K. C. So. lat as .. tSS
.114 L. A Seb- tl ml.. MS
.1I4SL. A M as. M MS
. 4H.. K. A T. lot 4s. MS
.its to is ........... rs
So csssoa ...
0 0. tt. rag..
Alht-faJl. let St..
turn. As is....
A T A T. rt. 4s. . HIS Mo. Faclffe 71S
AM. Tobsees M KHN R B el ISs M
...lit N. T. C. a Iret.... 47s
Arsteitr A Co. U . IIS -oo get. M M
Aublaoa gea. 4a.... SX. I N. I. A H.
se cr. m ,...r.lMS ev. as -v us
so ev. la IM't'N. A W. lit - M. MS
A. C. L 1st 'Is MS 4o ev. M HIS
Bal. A Okie MSNe. Paelfk 4a MS
Se ISs MS 4s ta MS
So a W. ISs tl Ore. A L. rtSg. Is. MS
roes. Tr. er. 4s... tl Fens. rv. IMa. Uli. rs
"oa. et Oa Is IMS tea. 4a lets
coa. Leatsar la ..... M hea4leg gen. 4a..... MS
c. at h. J. g. U.. Itl Hi. L. A g. P. I(. M 7IS
Cbea. A Ohio 4Sa...lsS s gaa. M M
ss ret. Is sa- L- LI e. 4s.. tt
Chleoae A A ISs.. tBS ee sl sol Is SIS
C. H a (J J. 4s... MSB. A U 4a
So gea 4a MS-Pa. Fae. col M ... tlS
C. M. A O P. g 3HB BUS 4s ev. 4a HS
L A P. . M TJS ss let ret. 4a...... tl
fg. 4a OS. So. Railwsy aa 7S
Cole. Int. M Its 4e gts. 4s IIS
Cole. MIA 4a., 4 njrjlea Peettle M....H1S
llr.lt Sa. MS 4a rv. at IM
D. A H. ev. 4a. MS 'do 1st A ref. is.. M
D. A R. O. 4a M 17. f. Robber la I4IS
oo rat. la tliV. 0. glee! at U.- SKS
tllatlllen' M 7!'('a -Tar. Chest, is.. MS
krto g. I M USA'abaak lot M 1OTS
se ges. aa t. ras oo la A ex. .... m
So ev. 4a ear. A.. MS'Westers M4. Is....: IT
4o sarlaa h tele West Klec. ev. la... MS
uea. Emmv c le..liu,wia. Caatral MS
111. res. I A ear, 4a. HS'Uo Fsc. er. Is.... MS
Isler. Hot 4Ss ns'rassata M MIS
Bank C'learlaga. - -
OMAHA April so-Bank clearings fin-
today were t2.4S8.KI0.7t and for the cor
responding day last year t2.eS4.222.9b.
The clearings for the month amounted
eyto tH7.4a.l36 J and for tha same month
last year 6o,h21.ael. 30.
NEW YORK. Anrll M.-METALeS-
Standard copper,' dull: spot and Mny.
tll.50tiii.it: June. Il6.00f.lt 7S: July and
August, H5,:til6.7H. London market
market ateady; spot, f70 7a tid; futures.
(71 la Od. Arrivals reported at New York
today K tuna Custom house returns
show exports of 31.971 tons so far this
month. Lake copper, tlo.LHtilB.2il: elec-
rolyt c. 16.untrm.l.'i: casting. tl5..uyS
17',' Tin. quirt: spot. Ici.lS!.; Mav.
tM.I24.: June, 115 9Vil4S.15; July. lln.S9
4w: August.. Hb,LWst&ii-"j; Heptember,
MS OOtilS W. Sales, five tons- spot at tM.2t:
five tons, soot at ei.21H: five tons, spot
at Il,a0; five tons, siat at I4C17H. letndon
market firm; spot, tilt log; futures, ijh.
IM easy; HIP64.20, New York: HOT"
4.10. East St. Louis; London. (26 16a
Antimony, quiet: Cook son a, e00. Iron,
Cleveland warrants 5.1s M In London. Lo
cally Iron was ateady; No. 1 foundry
northern, tl5.2Milo.7l; No. I foundry
northern. tl6.0Ouli.5lt; No. 1 southern and
No. 1 southern soft. 115.254, la. 76,
Evaaoirated Applea aad Dried rrwitt.
NEW YORK, April 30,-EVAPORAik.i)
API'LES-gulet and steady, with light
stocks; on the spot, fancy, td)10Ho;
choice, tHIfc; prime, THttifcr.
HHIEI) KRl'ITS-Prunes, steady at the
recent decline, with a moderate demand.
Quotations range from OHc for Ca Ifornias
up to J0-e and 7t7He for Oregona Apri
cots, quiet and barely steaay; Choice, is
ITllHc: extra choice. UH14c: fancy. 1441
16c Peachea, dull and easy; choice, lvrv
10c; extra choice, iitrnuc; fancy, listp
lie. rlaialns are ateady. with A lair trade
looss Muscstela firtieSo: choice to fanoy
seeded, n7r; seedless, 7t;Hc; London
Philadelphia Predace Market,
PHILADKI.I'IIIA, April 3.-i)rTTEK
Firm; western creamery, special, 37c;
western- creamery, extra, t&c; nearby
prints, extra, nc.
KttUM Weak and We Per case nwer
. ennsylvanla and oti.er nearby first, free
cases, 3K.1A7 per case- current receipts.
free cases, avre per case: western tirsto.
free cases, M.00 per cases current receipts.
40.00 per esse.
(HfcKHrt ftesdy; New York
ereama, new, 17c
NEW YORK. April 30. COFFEE Fu
tures market closed steady, last prices
off from the beet, at a net advance of
from 3 to 7 points. Bales, M.2.A nag a. May,
U50r; June. laoOc; July, 11.78c; August,
HMc: September, UKlc; October, l&Mc;
November. H.ieV; December, II. ate: Jan
uary, 1317c; February, liasc; March and
Anrll nude. Pool coffee, steady: Klo No.
7. I7'c; Mantos No. 4. MHc Mild, quiet;
Cordova. lltjllHc, nominal.
- . lattoa Market.
NEW YORK. April .-COTTON-f pot
closed quiet at 10 points higher; middling
uplands. 11. we; miaaiing guiu li.sx.
Kales, S) bales.
Futures closed vary steady, dosing
bids: May. 11.24c;. June. 11.490; July.
11.3m: August. II 40c; September. H.4I0:
October, 11.40c; November, ll.iuc; Decem
ber, 11.63c; jenuary, ll.uc; February,
UJlo: March, U.iac t .
Oils aaat Meala.
SAVANNAH. Ga.. April stV-TURPEN-
TINB-Klrm at eetilsv: aaie. 77 bbig.;
ret-elpts, 1.1 bbla; shlpmenta, l.ae bbla;
stocka, U.4W bbla.
ROBIN-Klrm; aaie. z.aa bbla: re
celpte. t,M bbla.: shipments, 1,423 bbls.;
stocits, ,si4 ems. viuouttioDs: u.
Ii and K. as.ej.o6; r, u, li and a.
b-.T. M. K..2S. N, Kii MO, ft.; WW,
t.leeraovel Orata Market.
UVEKPUOU April Jt.-WHEAT Clos
ing; spot, strong; No. 1 red western
winter. 8s T'orl. futures, steady: stay.
as SJ; July. 7s V1; October, 7s Mid.
iuka-bpot: American muea, new
nominal; American mixed eld firm, 7s;
American mixed new kiln dried, quiet,
as tied; futuies. easy: atay. as 7Wd: Seu-
tember, is 41sd.
PEORIA. III., April SB,-4XRN-8teady;
No. 3 white. Tic; .Se. 4 white. TTVac: No.
3 yellow. 7c; No. 3 yellow. 'SV: Nvv.4
yellow, TTHc; Ki I mixed, 7)Ho; Na 4
mixed. TiHc; sample, ssay.tc,
OATS Steady; No. 3 wo lie. He: tn-
Kaaesva Clly Lie Stark Marker.
KANrlAS CITY. April 3 CATTI.B
Hecelpta AM head. Including 40 south
erns; market steady and active: dressed
beet and export steera. F TUtl 75; western
steers, aVSuaje J; otoc Iters and feeders.
H Tnuri.U; soot hern - steer. fc.ssuB.1,
bulla. K71ia; calves. (s.Mr7.5l
HiMIS Kecelpla l 70 bead: market,
tec lower; bulk of sales, r oVt7 ; heavy,
rji'. packers and butchers, 47.70
15. lighta r lU7.aa; pigs. 3a.7a; .
8HEKP AND LAMB.t-Recelpta, W.t
beati: marget, zm to a-c niirher; Texaa
wethers, 374: t'olorado lambs. 1)4. 1:
lambs. 3S-rlA H: yearlings, 374t,.(,
w el lie re, a-ter7..w; ,n. toettrj; a:
tockars and feeders, p 44 iA, Texaa
AS. Jaateosh Lie Slack MarOoH.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Asm 3.-CATTLE
Het-etpta toe head, market steadT:
steer. f TiiJB; sews aad heifer. RS
o..,; canree, HSsiei
huuo- Keretpts, raw bead: msraet
alow: too, .: bulk of sale, 7.W1..
SHEEP AND LAMRie-Rerelpts. X0M
bead; asarket alow; iamb. 37 ti.a.
Siaek la aiahl. . ,
Receipts ot Ire stock at the fie prio
ri pea weetera aaarkaca yesterday:
Cattle-. Hog. Sheep,
beam Omaha. lie e.W 1175
t.W so 4.M
Oty...e, IM - IAN -lAHsVi
St- lawais Me AM I M
OUcsur Jb ....
. 0 4
i rl a-il
I To Be Held at the
' His grandsire on the dam Vside was the great "Baronet Gerben," tlie sire of
"Katy Gerben", and one)f the greatest sires of heavy producing heifers. You have
in "Kado Lincoln" a bull whose breeding is known from coast to coast. We don't
have to tell you what that means to Holstein breeders.
In this sale vou can
of registered Holsteins in this 100 headcatfjlogued, you
cows and 25 heifers, dairy stock that is wanted in this
time and Dlace to tret them.
There are 8 bulls in this sale, including "Kado Lincoln. All are registered but
one, and all are ready for service. ,. , ;
i Write fur catalogue and It
will be mailed to you.
OMAHA UYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle BeceipU Are Liberal and Val
ue. Are Steady to Strong.
HOGS FIVE TO TEH CENTS LOWER
Prlcea Break Mlgrbtly mm l eeieeally
Heavy gaaaly Pa I. a at be Oa
ta New Hlrb Recoral
SOUTH OMAHA, April 30, Uli.
Receipts were. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday -i,7?0 i.KH 4.1
estimate, Tuesday 5. WO 1H0U0 4.MU
iwo day this waek... ID.M UH'.t 1V.MU
Same days last week... S.08 S-svS
Heme days I wks ao..lv.K.' 22.H43 k,4
Kama days I wks sgo.. .iW4 JT.iei. L4
Ham days 4 wks ago. t m 3,334 4.07
8am day last ysar... 7,347 1A'' U.il
Tha following table shows tha receipts
ct cattle, hoga and gheep at Sou'.h Omaha
tor tba year to date as compared with
Ian year: Mil. lull Ina Dec.
Cstlle B1.47 (41.613 3U.0U
Hoga l.We, T7 tM.473 40T.134
Sheep 7SS.JW M,4a 14MM .......
Th following table shows th range ot
prlcea paid fur hoga at South Omsna tor
tha last fsw dsys, with comparisons:
i 8 I DGi III i 431 b 1 4 li
I m 41 wf t 3b,
j C61 7 01 t 31 3 ao I 34
173) b 7 ( H 4 Ml 4
3 74 lt
3 Ml 31j 3 M
April 3 7 41 flt3t23K1 l34t
April 37 1 H7HJ 3 (ii let, M I Ml 3 s
April 3S e I i t og J 08 ( 28
ttprii sn ( is
4 U I unl 7 osi I e
I lt I
3 M 3 4t 33
Receipt and- disposition of live stock
at th Union Stock Yards, South Omaha,
Neb., for the twenty-four hours ending at
3 o'clock p. m. yesterday:
-. RECEIPTS CAR8.
- ' Cattle. HogaSheep.H'rs'A
C, SI. Bt. P 1
Missouri Pariflc I
Union Pacific XI
C. N. W . east.... 13
C N. W., weel M
C St. P., M. A .. a
C, B. Q , east.... 3
C, B. At 9 . west.... 33
C. R. 1. P., esst 3
C, R. I. P.. west., t
Illinois Central I
c. a. w t
- Total receipts... .193
1 1 -
M 17 1
14 I . ..
4 t 1
7 .. 1
I ... 1
3 .. 1
4 " .. ..
tO 33 N
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 61 I MS KS
Swift and Company.. ...1,9I 4.HU3 1.9S3
Cudahy Pat-king Co. ...1.316 l."'l 1.K7
Armour tt co ail s.usi i.iao
Mchwarfi A Co I
Morreil A 37
W. B. Van sent Co...... 3
Hill at Son ... 281
Huston A Co
J, H. Bulla 3
U Wolf Its
Warthelmer A Degen.. 62 ....
Mo, aft Ksna-'sif. Co..
Cllna A Christie . .....
Other buyers 334 .... 1.503
Totals.... 4.373 13.474 3.142
CATTLE Receipt were filrly liberal
and the quality of the offerings a
sbout the best of th season on an aver-
aa-a iamaiul fnua twtth ileeeitetl beef
men and shipper was vigorous, but there
aat a decided heel la no y en tne pan 01
buyer to pay any strong prices snd the
result was a rather heaiiailng market ah
forenoon. Strictly desirable beevea, botn
heavy and light, found a ready ssle at
alee..! v ttt atrone nrlces and the Ordinary
aun of shortfed and warmedup cattle eoul
In eubetaottally th same notcnee as on
yesterday. It waa a gooa steaay 10
strong msrket from start to finish, al
though trading waa not overiy active at
Tha market tor cow end neirers wss
fully ateady and price remained at th
high point of th aeaaoo. Notwithsisnu
Inc th very blab level of value for cowa
and netrerf the demand from ail sources
waa ot th most vigorous kind and the
limlled supple changed bands la good
seaetin. common and canning grades
were uneven seller, but brought about as
muck money aa any time recently. Veal
ealvea were la active reouest and strong
and ther was a broad outlet ano a firm
market for bulla, ataga, etc
An active demand trom yam traoer
featured the market for stocker and
feeder although country buyers were not
very numeroua In fact. It lorka as U
the trade this week would be sbout the
sam s last, speculator doing most of
lb BusinrBe during th early part ot the
week an country buyer noldlng egt un
til later in the week. Prices were uot
abiy strong for useful offerings of all
kmd and the volume of ewlnea waa of
very fair proportions
(.uoiaulocur ,1, cattM: Uoed la choice
f ataers, r SC4 K. fair ta good keel
a leers, r.4ty7.64; snaao la fair beef
steera, Ma7.t; good ta choac half or a,
M tuajl as; good t choice ewa. suitB.ir,
lair ta goad cow. tl-7i4ta.tu: cotnmtwi is
lair east, ti.EoK-Tl; goad to cketee seock-
ors aaa tewuera, .tyi ; lair t goa
stacker and feeders, lt.2aehi.7A, comisaa
te (sum stocasrs aad tVesoer. 34-osy4.a.
alec laeuera, B Shv.S; veal calve. tt.M
ae.a: auite, ataga. etc-. H-aVtl..
Ha A, rr. No. . At. Tr.
a a 4 to im 7 tl
SM I 4 I U43 t II
jji t I tat t S
BBS tBS 10 H77 t
A. Ml 7 SS el ....till t
M tm t at ' . IMS t n
M..... itu lis i...........i;w T
t. uu i a a txi t m
a us t as . .......uii t te
ii itc i ta ... uu i
1MB ti a 0M 110
to ...his t n as ia I a
U Btas t I M Ml I M
i7 in i a c im t a
mss t si a bo a
.-.itu t m ua a
n UJB t BB M IM I a
ul trie fa ....... ...am, oil
svaja i a a ,,...Uei. a
Golden Rod Dairy, Frerasot, Neb., May 8, 1912
r. m. wuuua, Mucuoneer v
This cut shows "Katy Gerben," the cow with two
world records. She is twned by the State of Ne-
braska, and is the dam of
Kado Lincoln is one of the greatest young bulls in
the world,' and will be sold at this sale May 8.
The grandsire of Kado Lincoln was the $10,000.00
bull Pietert je Ilengerveld 's Count De Kol 135 A. R. S.
get dairy stock ot great merit.
F. E. PRATT,
M 1171 t Ut I 24
lau in : ...u
; 7 it 11 ...1374 4 a
,m 1 1 uu 4
111 i 1 11s 4 14
. lei I is 4 1111 4 14
.... M IS
....lOSe ( 10
.... HI IS
....last I H
,,..1111 4 SB
....1MB I 8
....net 4 a
...1041 4 44
... 714 4 II
...i:n 1 a4
....1111 4 7t
...IBM 4 71
....IBM 4 II
.... Ml t 14
.... 414 J a
,...1017 4 SS
... n ID - 11
... M4 4 74 I..
... 741 4 IS '
... W I 44 , 1.
...IM4 III 1
...Ul I It ' 1
...U7t la 1
..UU I 44
...1274 4 14
..leBS I IB
1.. in 4 a
... 134 I 00
... iu I 00
... tt 7
,.. II t H
. It IM
, se 1 at
.111 4 as
. MS 1 OS
. HO f 10
. 14 1 44
110 7 SO
. 114 I 114
STOCK EKS AO FKEOKHS.
4 4B3 I 41 4... II) I M
4 441 I 10 3 Ut cm
11 7(4 I ! '
HOGS An unusually heavy supply of
hogs sent prices downward, the market
ruling Mtluc lower. Something like !,
head arrived, many snippers showing up
with strings from sections that they de
scribed aa being completely barren a
snort time ago, duality of th run was
rather common, on an average, a a con
siderable proportion of offerings consis
ted of up-and-down stuff, suggesting
much smaller receipts in the near future.
Despite th geneiou marketing, few
buyers were disposed to bold back at
cheaper cost, and the trade aaa featured
by a fair degree of activity throughout
1 to session, outside orders called tor
about 1') per ctnl of the crop, good me
. uluiu weight trades selling to best ad-
1 vaniage 011 snipping account. Tne 11
o'clock clearance was very creditable.
Heal heavv hoaa oa aaie brought 37. 73.
aa compared with yesterday top of 17.10,
and bulk waa fairly well bundled within
ti'JMjyr.iis, Light offerlnga moved at fl.og
ana lee, poor pacvn ano cnoic laru
Clauses selling WtlMX.' apart.
No. At. SB rr. . No. A. Ss. Pr.
IB Iff IS 1 M it IM o t 40
H 171 Silt 41 ill 00 7 M
II 114 ... IU II ... 7 40
14 Ill ,.. Ill It 10 IBS t 10
St Ill H 7 tt II Ml ... 7 II
44 Ill 00 7 10 11 Ill IU 1 40
ii 11a a in a no us 7 00
41 IM 14 7 SO II th ... 7 00
II ill ... I SO . II K4 IM t 44
77 IU ... 1 H 41 IU MS 7 41
14 114 1 111 II 4 ... I 41
41 114 M 7 U II HI Ut 7 IS
B Ml ... 7 SS 1 44 Ill ... t II
n IS M 7 SS M ... 1 41
St Ill 344 I 14 M til ... 7 01
II Ill ... 7 SS S4 its ... 1 a
n :il IN TH M 171 ... I 41
11 ra 4 iss 11... .to" i4o 1 4s
I lit 44 f 14 M TSS ... t
n uo M 7 ss 11 :u m 1 74
11 ns 40 7 00 41 U4 11 7 14
74 ... 7 M 41 Ml It 7 10
14 IM 00 7 M . M a ... 7
I S34 ... 7M 44 SB4 M 7 14
44 4 7 4 41 Mt NTH
71. ......in ... 7 4
It M0 ... ISO
8HEEP Another rattling good market
for fat lamb Involved a new set of lofty
prices, although the trade was quoted
merely steady to strong In moat quarters.
The packing demand had plenty of
urgency and movement scateward wag
brisk throughout, everything selling be
fore 10 o'clock. '
Receipts amounted to about 7.300 head,
mostly lambs, ' and th run Included a
very respectable supply of shorn offer
ings. The Belmont woo led alcxlcans
brought 810.1. duplicating the highest
price paid during April, 1&10. In March
of 1910 tops reached $to.t. a limit never
before or since equalled In the history of
th market. Other attractive wooled
lamb told at .. 3.70. 39.73 and fe.SO.
Th t.7S offering was fed In Wyoming,
being finished without com. fair
wooled lamb changed hand at 3P.3S.
Shorn lambs moved Into packer's pens
at 3H.B3. to. TV and tt.H0. the latter sale
being top. Bulk of good shorn lambs
sold at to-73. killers buying do all
along th line. There were only a few
small bunches ot sheep on sale, so that
current quotations on wether, ewes.
etc.. lack accuracy. Nothing whatever
sold on country ' account, competition
! from shearer and feeder having van-
Ouotaiions on sheen and lambs: - Lambs.
good to choice. 3 iOwlAlO; lambs, fair to
good. lt.7Mri.60: lambs, shorn, t.16i8.S:
yearlings, handy. t.lOaia.50; yearlings,
heavy. t7.tbtrt.W;-wether, good to choice.
F.3e7.f;- wether, fair to good, r.wt
J I i Are regular Bad aatisaed rostosiers for J
set O 1 ! XGiyr meter's Fare Old Moaagraaa Whiskey-ther
B eC , H v- e ccaldn t possibly be a better testiaioaial to Its ex- w
JS T' e euuute esBOMhaees. war How Aseor sad sbsolate enrity.
'It Oaly parity aad age I a gwaraatec f gwsef astiatas far "
.SS I Y . aBedtciacI porpoeea the parity et Kieger s Motaograsa is
"ta 1 4 gxoarawteed by mm aader the Pare Pood Lew while its see a 1 11
v gsatasteerl by ear twesty years ia besineBS. Voaoaa bay I , I
' RIEGER'S PURE OLD M
( i UOriOGRAU WHISKEY J?
V WkolcaaJc Pri eca
Aethd as aa eeder lor Kieger
Maangiaai lest it for toeor.
aaaut liaaao. aad all the saaea
tialB ot oao aaAaaW aae
ball of tt ad satisfy jroarr
eelf. I f roe are aot t Boroi hly
coe-ri raced that tt is th aaest
whiskey ye everesed. retar
the bo lance sioer expeast
n yemw saeaei
i emaotat gaiititaa.
' J. RleflCT C,
aa tay. ajwe-j-
- 7 "
- V s - s:
M A A
nue tnere are oniy u neaa
will find in the 65 head of t
eountry, and here is just the 3
7.3S; ewe, good to choice, S7.MeJ7.8a; ewes,
fair to good. IHOOft'OO.
14 shorn ewes
15 fed yearling ewes
2K2 shorn lambs
2M shorn lambs.
13 spring lambs ;
4 fed lambs
2 shorn lambs, feeder. .,
203 shorn lambs
18 fed lambs ,
It shorn lambs
37 shorn lambs
73 shorn lamb
423 fed lambs
2U4 fed lamb
3 shorn ewes
145 shorn lambg....
4.19 shorn lambs......
M Mexican iambs..,
30 shorn wes
398 shorn lambs
00 shorn lambs
It fed ewes
33 Shorn ewes
643 western shoe ring lambs.... aft
134 western shearing lambs.... 69
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Deaaaaa for Cattle aad !heep Steady
CHICAGO, April 30.-CATTLE - Re
ceipts, 3.&00 head; market steady to shsd
higher: beeves, 38.00(10.00: Tsxas steers,
I6.2M17.3G; western steers, tT..6Ml7.7;.;
etockera and feeders. 34.30u6.75: cowa and
heifers, 32.8o7 .40; calves, 3u.auw8.50.
HOUS-Kecelpts, 13.0UO head; imfrket
weak nnd 6'iiloc lower then Monday;
light. t7.40tj7.W); mixed, 17 4a47.; heavy,
I7.tt7.a; rough, 37.4.u.rS; pi. 34.3Txf
7.00: hulk of sales, I7.707..
SHEEP ANO LAMBM ttecelpta. 17.0110
head; market 10fi25e higher: natives, t-YU
i8 .25; westerns. te.KjiK S; yearlings, MAf
473.00: native lambs, tb.v. .!; westerns, -.
St. Louis Live Slock Market.
ST. LOUIS. April 23. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 3.409 head: market, steady; native -shipping
and export steers. 37.S5n9.'J;
dressed and butchers steers, a.7Mr7.75:
steers under 1.000 pounds, t3.Mi..V;
Blocker and feeders, 14 76eix 00; cowa and
heifers. HOOri4.60; canners, 36.S5tW.76;
bulls, t'..WB8.2S; calves, ti.6thrf7.76; Texas
and Indian steers, 83.60ji7.ixi; cowa and
HOGS Receipts, M00 head: market too
lower; pigs and lights. 3&.2603.OO; mixed
snd butchers, 37.iOfte.O0; good beany,
8HEKP AND LA MBI Receipts, 1.20S
head: market 16c to 26 higher: natlvi
muttons. tS.7MiH.00; lambs. tUL2Sti.lu.t0;
culls and bucks, ROotJ&.tS; stocker,
Will teas on sweurtty requir
laf apaelal In vaa ligation
r close uprvlslo, a.id ,
net avails his tor bank loana
Larg entsrp rises financed.
P r m p t tnvestl gallon f
ecurlty affarad. whatavar
It character or local! oa.
traw TOtltt SS SroaA Stnct
C3UCAOO. ..rirxt Mat1, ttaak 14g.
0jltrt, Bwoiltsa OIab! CrittH
Vrixt VlaA VartarMlil4
eat laaasturatttiB prompt,. And.
lytiii.ioritbiM. aDUtwpiie. I'ea
NwtrfllT prMtrmUoc Pnt Ams Dot
UiaULf aMr budm nor sum Or
im m iiliMiT Few drnp oDl malnst, m fcm
tottl a dracyiiU or deliwvd. Book 9 U t re.
rDFF w,l Eack
Twa saaipl bottle mt
Kieger a Mn Mono
graaa Wblakey, GoM
Upped Whiskey Ghaas
and listens CoiXminj.
C. lerBsr. TyiaT
U,A 134 Lear." I la all eaac.'Tlr le I-
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