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rilR BEK: ()JAIIA, TITSSDAY, MAHCH 24, 1914.
. HAVB three parlor hairs ami ono par
lor table, slightly worn; tho chairs are
Of mission deals!! Anil nrn crnnft fnt pnn
. rlderable service; will cxcliango lor bed-
tllmltllM n ntl.-,. .,..f,,l !,.,. t,-t.l
fles. Address 8. C. 682, Ben. .
A NBW Persian lamb lady's coat, 44
oust, 46 length, hardly worn, mado to
order, latest model; want aomo cosn,
balance horses, or what nave you? Quick
answer, am leaving Omaha. Address 8.
C- 542. Pee.
WHAT havo you to trado for a small
Hound Oak heating t,tove used only one
month? Complete with pipes and nn
extra set of grates. Address S. C, 16,
u i HAVB three lots In Bawlston will swap
R for city property, or what have you to
J(fer, will consider good lot In either
iaha or South Omaha. "Wrlto at once.
twrif .im i 7T. 7Z .
nni'i.ni nuva JUU lu .CUUne,t lor
1111 ....... ,.ti .k1 mi i . .. .
ln.enty full-blooded "White
,7l ono rooster? Best of lay
WU,1 tj ado a sewing machine for
bookcase r buffet. Address S. C. S80,
TjKTT? a parrot with fine cage tor
k. safj or what? Address S. C. Wl.
I HAVE a good, healthy yearling colt
I would, trado for calves. Make tno ofur.
Addre a C. 684. Bee.
ONI" double-barreled Itlmca hammer
less r.totKun; good condition; will swap
or mi. Make offer. Address 8. C 664,
I WANT tq BWap a sccoid-haud brass
bed for a lawn roller or tither gallon
toct Address S. C. 5S3. caro lice.
ir.'imrii In mv nttic Is a lady's Jals
wtf.ttng desk worth about C What havo
yrfu to swap for It7 S. u. sw. caro ea.
what hn.vo vou for 40 acres. Hayes.
Co.. Neb.7 Address . . w-'.
'I. TO swan one 3-drawer 5t8 card cabinet
tn,i ono rooster? uest or layers. Am go- J for typewriter. Address n, "w.
"Tw, "i.;"S 10 1 HAVE a few clt Uillding lots to
Address S. C. 541. Bee.
pOOU, small boy'u blcyelo for sale u
iAdo; boy outgrow It. What havo you.,
oe bicycle Is In good condition and can
used by boy between 6 and 9 years Ijj
ge. Address 8. C. 640, Bee.
HAVE a good, sightly lot, north iart
of city, for trado; vnlued at J350. Vuat
have you In exchange? Address F,. c.
637. Omaha Bee.
GOOD leather top buggy to swafTor
phonograph, or what havo you to r ffer?
Am tearing down barn and havo noi place
to keep buggy. Good chance. A .dress
S. C, 582 Bee.
WIL.I. swap White Holland turV ey t.'m
for two turkey hens. Address S. U. odi.
SHETLAND pony, 4 years old. perfectly
gentle and broken for children.; a flno
little animal. What have you. to offer.'
Address S. C. 6C5. Bee.
HAVE! typewriter and fl Zt-top desk;
also 4x5 camera; want Turiluh rug, or
what have you? Address S. p. 550, Bee,
WILL, swap Hanger blcjclo for bull
pup. Address S. C. 654, Bcc
swap for a good truck or lush-Brad,
automobile. S. C. 520, Beo.
P1UNTINO and painting wanted In ex
change for dentistry. Address 8. C. ).,
SOL.ITA1HK pledged J30, cost J120. Ticket
cash, or wnatr Auoross o. " w
WHAT havo you for elegant mahogany
dresser and chiffonier? Address S. C.
ilAVK J!HW equity In cottage; will ox
chango for auto, or what? Address h.
C, 678. Bee.
WANTED To swap a ateumer trunk
in fine condition for a AEorrls chair, or
what? Address 8. -V. 547, Bee.
WOULD llko to' heur from aome.na
having a motorcyclo to trHde for a per
fect one-half carut bluc-whlto diamond,
diamond cost $145. Address B. C. Ml. Bee
WILL, swap typewriter for Vlctrola. or
3A kodak. Addroea s. J.
I WOl'I-D like to swap with you; you
take my flrst-olass piano and I wnnt
twin motorcyclo or your camera ana casa
Address S. C. 53. Bee.
CITY IIiHEUTt f.'-)It SAIiG.
6-room house, paved street, near 27th
and Blondo Sts. Reduced to J1.C00 Tor
quick, salo. $3X) cash, . Phone Doug. 3607.
TWO houses, now, oak and birch fin
ish, six rooms hnd, trath, full basement,
all modern; $100J each. 2013-15 Bancroft.
Phono Douglas. S4S3,
FOB SALETWO modern. 5-r houses,
flno interior; fine oak finish, 23d and
Bancroft Sts, Douglas 4337.
TO BUY. 'oELLAJK K-NTi KIKST Slitl
JOHN' VV ViOBBfX'S IfiO" FARNAM ST.
MJSRCKA, NDISEi stocks wanted. Fried
man, XiO Oln. Nat. Bk. Blug.. Omaha.
FA RSI Jt UAjiCH LANDS Foil SALE
FOR 8AXK OH EXCHANGE U. E.
Desirable real estate In Oma.ha to ex
change for property In. or near Houston
I have a good 6-room cottage, modern
except heat, to exchange lor a strictly
modern and up-to-date 0-room cottage, on
a gooa ioc in. a good noignDornoou nortn
and will pay cash difference. Tel. Doug
las 2S42. ailim Bobbins, 18 Patterson illK.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Market Continues in Groove,
with Few Sales.
SHOWS INFLUENCE OF BEARS
Both Ilnll nnil 11 mm Anxtona Ore?
Developments of the lrewnt
Corn iltiiiillan, with Ar
Kcnttnr n Factor.
240 ACRKU Custer county. No In
cumbrance. Also one '5 passenger auto
mobile, as good an new, will trade for
equal value on Omaha city property.
It. A. K1MPSON.
1914 Farnam St
ItEAJb ESTATE WANTED.
Prom $15 to $75 per acre.
3A.re the equal of any iu the
United States that are selling
from $150 to $300 per acre.
These lands can be bought
on easy terms.
Minnesota's 1913 corn
crop, 40 bushels per
f aore, stands first of
all states in tho union.
SEND FOR SPECIAL PAGE OF
MINNESOTA FARM BARGAINS,
Published in. tbo
Minneapolis, Minn., March 29 to
April 4. A 2o stamp will bring It
LIST your farms with us. We havo
the customers. Wo havo been making a
specialty for years or .Irrigated farma In
western Nebraska and Colorado, and also
farms In southern Minnesota, but we
have a number of customers at present
who want farmB In eastern Nebraska for
cash. Let us know what you nave, ana
If you will sell at a bargain wo have
a customer for you.
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
15th & Farnam, Omaha.
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
HAHIUSO.N A: .HilKTUN M Ota. Nat.
OMAHA nomes. -Cast Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1016 OMAHA NATIONAL. Douglas 2715.
(100 lo 10,ooo made promptly. V. D.
Wead. Wead Bide. lEth and Farnam.
lia CITY LOANH, Beinla-CalberE Co..
u 310-312 Brandeis Theater Kulldlng.
WAN1ED City loans, fetura Trust Co.
GARVIN BROS, ft nu
CITY proporty. Largq loans a speciulty.
W. II. Ihomafc. V," State Bank Bidg.
WE ARE offering thousands of acres
of choice and well Improved lands In the
IRed River valley, northeastern and south
eastern Minnesota; also cut over lands, at
retail and wholesale prices. Prices and
terms reasonable. write us for lists.
Active agents wanted In Iowa. Illinois
and Nebraska. Stewart LaDd Co., 405
New York Llfo Bide. Minneapolis, Minn.
2S0-ACRE farm, 33 miles from Mlnnt
paollr, IVi miles from a good railroad
town; part under cultivation, balanca
meadow and pasture land: good soil,
good eight-room house, worth $3,000; barn,
sranary. corncrlbs, cattle sheds, machine
sheds, etc.; 14 cows. 20 head of steers and
heifers, three horses, hogs, chickens,
complete set farm machinery, buggle.
-wagons, sleds, W tons of bay, l.SOO bs.x
feets corn, 150 bushels mixed grain, 11
bushels potatoes; In fact, everything on
the farm goes except the furniture. Prlca.
312,000, one-half cash. Schwab Bros., Ml
Plymouth Bidg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
THE M1LLB LACS REGION IS THE
ery heart of agricultural Minnesota;
level, fertile, clay loam lands, two hours'
ride from Minneapolis, at li per acre are
loo cheap to last long. Secure your land
before prices go up. Cull or write for map
and full Information about our atate and
unhcrsity land running 30 yeara at A per
cent. Dally land excursions. Experl
.need field row to show you around. Now
iB thn tlmA tn uat. nvcr the around. A.
k. .lnhnson Co.. 300 1st Ave.. S. Min
WANTED City loans and warranUi.
W. Karrmm Smith & Co.. 1220 Farnam Ht.
CITY and I&rrc loans, U. o. . J. tl.
Dumont & Co.. I Mo Karnuni. Omaha,
MONEY on hand for city und Utnn
loans. II. W. Binder.. City Nat. Bk. Bidg.
wanted to mn
WANTEU-oOU CAJKS SCRAl IRON
, AND BONES.
HIQHEST PK1CES PAID FOR RUBBKJl
CASH paid promptly upon receipt.
WRITE for prices and shipping tags.
SON KEN UALAMBA IRON METAL
(Largest dealers west of the MSsslsslppL)
Kansas City. Kan,
WANTED To buy fpr carfi at onco n
good Shetland pony; give full Information
as to height, age, etc., by letter. Address
F 181. Bee offlco.
Highest pricea paid for furniture, D37
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED To rent a seven or uiaht
room furnished house in desirable, reel-
aenco neigunornoou. orerence3 given.
Address J 187, Beo office.
LIVE STOCK JLVRIM Ob WEST
OMAHA, March S3. Ml.
Sontlnirnt nn whiwit tm Iw.nrlKh. While
tho ttVorago professional feels that the
rice or mis grain must sen to mucu
lower level, lie Is careful about putting
put u big short lino, oji he has suffered
losses on previous occasions when he
made a stand as n bear.
Tho wheat market has ruled narrow
for sotno time past, and is likely to con
tlnuo In a rut, owing to tho promising
crop outlook and tho failure of experts
who are now In tho belt to locate deter
ioration worth mentioning.
When a market tho slxo of Chicago Is
unable to sell moro than 30.000 bushels
of wheat In one day, as was the case
Saturday, tho cash situation may be
called qulto flat. In addition to the dull
nsi there, the smaller markets of the
country reported trade at a standstill.
Lxport bids received here, as well as at
Canadian markets, were said to bo fully
lc below actual cost or the wheat, and,
according to advices sent hero from
Liverpool by the editor of th Corn Trade
News, supplies of wheat are ample in
all countries, and tho buying power in
England and on the continent will not
suffer because of a lack of this groin.
TllO May Wheat futurn In n infln-
to the other months. Tim nric nt that
lltiurn Will CnntlntlA In -nntrr,! nf t.n.
longs and of tho holders of cash wheat
hero, who will he In a position to forco
the price upward or downward at will,
One of tho larger holders of May was a
zieavy seller of that month Saturday, and
a Chicago concern sold 800,000 bushels of
May and bought that much July In the
Minneapolis market. This was probably
In tho way of undoing a spread, or It
wos In the way of protecting cash trans
actions. The bulls and bears In corn arc both on
tho anxious bench at present, and while
the bulls believe that they aro to see
higher prices and the Argentine corn
sold to come to this country Is not likely
to cut much of a flguro tho bears look
upon the situation from a different -viewpoint.
When tho fact Is considered that
tho recent bulge In the cash article was
tho result of an urgent demand for corn
from tho south, and that Fort AVorth,
Tix., alone has bought eight cargoes of
Argentine corn to come via the gulf gate
way the situation cannot bo called bull
There Is little In the situation to oats to
encournsrn the liuvlnir and holding of a
lino for future profits. While some of
tho bears in corn advance the opinion
that oats will bo fed whenever It Is pos
sible liwtead of corn, because or the alt
forenco In tho prlco of the two grains.
Argentine shlnmnntn of nuts were a great
ueai smaller man ror tno corresponding
time laBt year.
Tho cash trade In hog products Is re
ported bv iiftckerH nil somewhat better.
with the larger business in meats. Hogs
havo advanced some Uurlng the week and
tnls In the fact of strong opposition,
Cash wheat was unchanged.
Cash corn was unchanged to ',4c higher.
Cash oats were unchanged.
Clearances: Wheat and flour. 430.000
bushels; corn,- 21,000 bushels; oats, 00,000
Liverpool close: wheat, uncnansca to
14c lower: corn, tie lower.
Primary wheat receipts were 961,000
bushels and shipments ss.ww ousnei.
against receipts of 718,000 bushels and
shipments of 341,000 bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 1,008,000
bushels and shipments G71W0 bushels,
ugalnst receipts of 317,000 bushels and
ehlpmonU of 342,000 bushels last jcar.
PHmiirv nuts rocclntii were 877.000 bush
els and shipments 6i,O00 bushels, against
receipts of 37U.0M) buntieU and shipments
nf i97 eon himhpla l&sti vear.
These cash sales wero reported; Wheat
N'o. 2 hard winter: 1 car. sic. No. 3 hard
winter: 1 cars. 86cl 1 car. 85H& No. 3
mixed; 1 car, fc57ic; car, tevtc. No grade:
1 rnr (iluniml. 8Sc. No. 3 durum: 1 car,
S6Uo; 1 car, 86c. Corn-No. S white! 7
cars, 67Uc No. 3 white: 2 cars.,C7i4c; 8
cars. 7c; 3 cars, 6(JJic; 6 cars. tHVic No.
4 white; 1 car, Ofla; 1 car. 66Jo; 3 cars
65Ho, 1 car, c; 3 cars. imc. jmo. i yel
low: 9 cars, CCVic No. 3 yellow: 16 cars,
Wio; 2 cars, WiVic; ;vi cars, ooc: i cars,
e&c; 2S cars. KVVsc; 1 car. 65c. No. 4 jrel-
lOW: J Cars, WWi I nutu, u v.u,
2 cars, 6IV4c. No. 3 mixed: 2 cars, 66Vic; 4
cars, 06c. No. S mixed: 1 car. tc; l car,
65?iq; U cars, 0t4c; I car. ffiUc: 12 cars,
tan Vn. 4 mixed: 1 car. 6M4c: 1 car. 64c:
s mm. B4i4e: 1 cnr. 64c: 2 cars. 63Hc. No
grado: 1 car, 6314c: 1 oar, 63c. Oats
Standard: 3 coxa, 39V4c; No, X white, zt
ears, 3S?io. No. 4 whlto: 4 cars. 38Hc; 6
cars, 3,iC no srauu: 1 car, oiviuj i vu.i,
Omaha Cash Prices "Wheat: No. 2 hard
85V4Baic; No. 3 hard. MHtiSTo; No. 4 hard
XMAimwUo: No. 3 snrtns. 878Sc: No.
spring S3V46Cc; No. 2 durum, S6V48Tc;
Nn. 3 durum. 8548c. Corn: No. 2 white.
K7iffi77iAc: No. 3 white. 66V44iC7V4c; No. 4
white. 64V4P'6c: No. 3 yellow. fiGUgoJttc .
No. 3 yellow, wttttna-. no. yuow, mmv
6Sc; No. 2, WUWW, no. 3, IiMijwjc; ro. i,
6314lmc; no grade. !BffC34o. Qata: No.
s while. 3!Wifi40Uc: standard. 39l439V4c:
No. 3 whlto. 3SHff33c; No. 4 white. WAJtt
SS'f. Barley: 'Malting, 53B2c; No. l reed,
42j62c. Rye. No, 2, G7flC8c; No. 3, 66g
Omaha .'. 39 208
St. Ijjuls 80 103
Chicago Cash Pricen-Whoat: No. 2 red.
No. 3 red. MYrtrMHe: No. t hard.
ffHrMVic; No. hard. KtteUUc: JNo. t
northern. l4Sfi9Rc. Nd 3 northern.
WHr. No 2 spring. MlStftc: No. 8 tsprlng.
MmjMV Corn: No. 2, SV4ftci No. J
yellow, gchhwc, -no. s, jno. a
wntte. fDHltwC. NO. 3 seuow. etywo. uats:
No. 2 white. 42c. No. 3 white. mT40Uc;
standard. 40ifT4mc. Rye: No. J. 60c Bar
ley. 4Mi0c Timothy. MjOOMH.60. Clover.
t9.(X814.00. Pork, Lard, ia67H,
BltTTBR Firm; crriunerlrs, SOiJjae.
KOOS Lower; receipts, 19.8S5 cases; at
mark, cases Included, 17Jfl7ic, onllnry
firsts. 17V,ttl"sic firsts. U.'U'1U,
CHEESE -Steady, dalMm. WftiyVic;
twins. 17ilSc; Amertcas. tsoJlKNc; "long
July ' 10 K
May U 47
July.l 11 (O
11 03 I 10 K I 11 00 1 10'Ti
It S3 11 11 47 5 11 ITU
It 7 j 11 00 I 11 66 f 11 1S
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Killing: Cattle Slow, bnt Steady and
Feeders Sharply Lower.
H0QS STEADY TO FIVE HIGHER
liherp and l.Mtnb In Uw llerelpt
Thun Uanal Trmle I" Ilnthcr
.Slovr unit Dull nt A lion t
SHIP live moLH iu auaui uiiium. aukal Kansas City 5
POT ATOKH Steady; receipts. SO cars;
Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, red.
XJr65c; Mlchl-an. Minnesota, and Wiscon
sin, white. 667c.
POULTRY Alive, higher; springs. 17c;
SEW YOIIK Ol IN Kit AIi SDMIKET
)uiilnllons of the Iiy on "Vrloa
NEW YORK. Miirch 2 WnilCVT
Hot market firm; No. 2 hard wlntur,
tl.OlW. c. I. f.. to arrfvc; No. 2 rod. il.orM.
elevator, domestic; No. 1 northern, Vu
luth, tLOiU. f. o. b afloat. Futures quiet
and barely steady early on the oAiles
and favorable crop news, but ralllert on
tho decrease In the visible and In wym
pathy with thn outside markets, closing
Miric net higher. Muy. Jl.02 3-16; July,
Wc; September, 96HC
HOPS-8teady, state common to cliolce,
1913. 381H4c: 1912. 1741210 ; PuclDc coast, 1913,
l!Hl23v; 1912, lGWlyc.
HIDES Steady; Bogota, 3HW2c; Cen
tral America, 31c.
PETROLEUM Steady: refined. New
York, bulk, $5.25; barrels, J8.75; caeca.
V OOI--Steudy; domestic fleece XX
CORN Spot, firm; No. 3 yellow. 7oc.
I. f., to arrive.
OATS Snot, steady: standard white. 4f.
?464c; No, 3, 43W6c; fancy clipped
white, 46?MSHc, ,
XihiATiit.il inrm; nemiocit iirsis, auc;
HAi liJisy; stanaara. ti.uu; ro. i, n.vin
01.05; No. 2, 95c; No. 3, 80690c
PROVISIONS Pork, firm; mess, WS-SO
23.37',4; family, J24.004j.00; short clearn.
fM.SMil.w. lieer, sieaur; mess, .wv
18.60; family, J19.CKW30.00. Cut meats,
steady; pickled bellies, 1 0to 14 lbs., 314.25
14.60; pickled hainB, Jl4.00ai4.ri0. Iard,
firm! middle west, J10.75W.85; refined,
steady; continent. $11.26; Koith America,
$ll.K; compound, firm; $s&r.60.
TALLUW liareiy steauy-, cui. oru,
nominal: country, CJCc, weclal, 7c.
BUTTElt-Hteady: receipts. 3.600 tubs;
creamery extras, zTHfiiSc; firsts. 2627c;
Hold extras. abfrsbc: xirsts. zivc; pro
cess extras, 20(521 c.
CHEEo IS Steady: receipts, i.iw ooxes;
stato wbolo milk held white specials. 19c:
oolored, 19c; white average fancy, 18V44?
EGOS Weak: recoIutB. 22.400 cases:
fresh gathered extras. 2m2 firsts.
20Va21c: nearby hennery whlUja, 26r26c.
POULTRY Dressed, oulet: fresh killed
western chickens, 1&JTI4C; fowls, 14lRc;
Knnsaa City lira In and PrOTlalnns.
ICANSAS CITY. Maroh 23. WHEAT
No. 3 hard. 87l4tlc; No. 2 red, 90telc
CORN-No. 2 mixed. TOHOClo; No. X
68H69c; No. 2 white. a!ia72c; No. 3, 70
Closing prices of futures: Wheat, May.
87c; July. S3Ktj3ttc. Corn: May. 70O
TOttc: July. 71'iic,
OATH No. 2 white. 41ic; No. 2 mixed,
BU'n'EIl Creamery. Sic; first, 23c; sec
onds, 22c; packing, Uc.
euus Firsts. ic; ooconds. 17c.
POULTRY Hens' 17c; springs, 18c.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. March 23. WlfEAT
Spot, easy; No. 2 red weotern winter.
7s 4d; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s8Hd; No. 2,
7s3',4d; No. 3, 7s 2V4d. Futures, easy;
March. 7s 3d: May. 7s 4d: July. 7s 2d.
WJKN-spot, steady; American mixed.
6s 8d; Ia Plata futures easy; July, 4s7T4d.
iLuuiv-wmier patents, afsaa.
HOPS In London (Pacific contV
Minneapolis Grain Sfarkpt
MINNEAPOLIS. March 23. "WHEAT
ino. i nam. iw&atts-c: no. i nrtiurn
92&S4Hc; Nol 3 northern. 90?ie02Hc: No,
, iiiBa'c; aiay, miaJlW; JUly, 92J,c,
riAJii it unennngea.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 6206214c
OATS No. 3 white, 36M87o.
SEED Flax, $1.68HQ100U.
St. Loali General Market.
ST. LOUIS. March 23. WHEAT No. 2
red. 94Bttc; No. 2 hard. 9C4r9Si4c: Miy.
c; juiy, mhc
COllN-No. z, 71c; No. 2 white, 7imio;
May. 71071T4c: July. 7lir7iT4e.
OATS-No. 2, 39Vi40c; No. 2 -white,
41ic; May, 40c; July. 39c.
SOUTH OMAHA, March 23,1914.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Ksum&le Monday 3.700
Same day loM week.... 4.2U
Same day 2 wks ago. . . 6,Sf
Same day 3 wks ago... &.7W
Same daj 4 wks ago... 2.810
Same day last vear. . . . 4.0S2
Tho following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at the South
Omaha llvo stock market for the year to
dato as compared with last year
1914. 1913. Inc. Dec
Cattle SOfi KK 2131.1 19.4IS
Hogs 676,129 693.900 17.790
Sheep 630.644 630,141 100.403
The following table nliown thn rann of
prices for hous at thn Smith nimhi llvo
stock market for the last tew days, with
mtleogo and shrinkage. Your conugn
menla receivo prompt und vuruCut uliun.
Live KtocL; Coiumlaalou Merchuuta,
MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchana Jlldg.
I NEW YORK, March 23.-COFFBE Tho
I coffeo niuiket opened steady, six to eight
IM AH11ES. 110.300: $3,300 COSll. bal. lO llinlnla hlirli..- In ruannn...
suit: 13-room house; barn holds 25 head; 1K.an caoles ant, report 0l a 8taaier
c5Swn,'.S,"ft SrS f'S-tuw" iPmHa to cwt aml trelht - There weio
".SS-C,f' VT'.fahoon- the'" Land imPoratlvely fev buyers around the
county seat. C. A. cahoon. tne L,anu
Man. Cambridge. Minn.
FOUND 320-acro homestead lu settled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand
hills; cost you $200 filing fees and all. J.
A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb
HOMESTEAD and timber lands for
sale In northern Stevens county, $5 to $10
per aero, easy terms, good soil. Ideal
climate, no drouth. Land adapted to
fruit, grain and dairying. For particulars
addrets Northport State Bank, Northport,
Uooer Wisconsin -ixV.fevfrmoS
I us. w
ring, however, and prices nnseil off Wa
in the day under scattered realizing, re
newed liquidation and local selling en
couraged by tho continued. Hantoa move
ment. The close was barely steady, tj4c
lower. Solos. 36.0O0 bags. March. S.l9c;
May. 8.3lc; July, 8.46c; September. S.61c;
October. 8.6Sc; December, 8.76c; Januury,
8.82c, Spot market, quiet; Itlo 78, &c;
Santos 4s, line Mild, dull; Cordova, 12
Oils nnd llosln.
YOnK..Marcl 23. COTTONSEED
OIL Firm; prime summer yellow, $7,42;
".Styuv-'S' iai 'Qa Juiy, j7.ta.
ROS.IN Quiet; strained, commun to
j-um'K.NTiNB-steaiiy; inaclilne, bur
March 23. Tl'R
; .alas. 89 bblu; rtt
ts, 137 obis.; stocks,
th unloa fJettlcrs wantea. na tot ROSIN-FIrm; sales. 110 bbU; recelptji,
sal at- low prices, on easy terms. Ak :ti ,)b,.. 8hlpments, 332 bias.; stocks
toe booklet. Won Wisconsin Cn'l . Land nCl60 i,blB, ouote: A H c D, $3.W; E
our grazing landa If ta'""1, h'ri" -10; M. $I.M; N, $i.50; WU, $5.85 WW
lands ask for booklet ou ople orchard! .jo.
In Wisconsin. Address Lana Dept., txn i ,
Line y.. Minneapolis. Minn. Metul Mnxkel.
OFFICIAL MUDlicatJofi eoncernlnK soil. XRW YORK, March & MET.VLS
eUmate awl crops of Vi Iseonsln mail J f ja.i . QUi,.t $a.9Jft'L05; I.nlon. 19 Us.
fre to thoae aadrosslng A iscoauln -t i Spelter: Quiet. $6.20fi.30: London. 121 10s.
Board of Immigration, .-aprtoi aiaa. 0pP.r; Firm; standard spot and May.
on. WW . IX13.7Mi14.37V4: electrolytic. $14.60: lko
' . DOUGLAS COUNTY, WIWiMWN. ha. I gW "..tlnK. $14.25 Tin: Strong; spot.
the liest ciay ana ciay iuam taiw. ... ,, . ' r. . ,i,iufiiun.
timber belt of the state. Many app e or- Dull; Cookson's. $7.25. Iron: Quiet; No,
timber Mil oi . in ., r,maJi northern. S15.0OH1B.00. No. 1 nnrthrn
't-.a J!?"- 1.iril1"-l-r- sTnd No 2 southern" llVjU!0 "
iiirn nuiHflriur aim . , .u iiuii . ..a . "
lyonaon copper steativ: snot. Lot i: M:
futures, 6 2a 6d. Tin. Firm: Bpot, fin
us. iron; i ivveianu warmnu. w iv&u.
ST. LOUIS, March 23. MISTALS Lead,
quiet; W.W. Spelter, dull, $5.15.
Hvnporutrd Applrit und Dried Fruits
NEW YORK. Marah 23.-EWAPO-
R.VTED APPLES-Qulet; fancy. ll4Q
jsc; rnoice, KNtiiix-. prirao, S((llc.
DRIED FRUITIrune, less acUve;
Caltfornlas, 3?l&12c: Oregonn. 101112c.
Apricots, firm; choice. HJMflJt". extra
choice. lSi416c; fancy, 1EV44I7c. Peaches,
steady; choice, fifiCPir, extra choice, 6V4
474e. fancy. 7S( Ralolns, quiet; loose
muscatels. tjfl'.c choice to funcy
seeded, 7TiSc: seedless, 5407c, I-jndon
lutlv. 8uperlor and th Iron ranges. Sena
for roan and booklet. Farmers' Land and
CatU Co:, Ltd., hiodc uiag., tn. i w,
AD R E
It me locate you. T. Bayahoffer, Val
KEAL ESTATH, WANTED.
k HAI.E assured If you list With
o liave buyers for 4. & and tt-room
VOOEL REALTY AGENCY.
10l-l(i w. u. w , jsiag.
QuoUllom furnlahtA br llumi, nrlnker Co.,
i9 wiuaii. .aiiunui hui punainK.
AurolU. !., (a. 13J..
llxtrir Creta pf4.
(ko Threihln. Machine Co
Commonwealth Lit tm., Omaha ..
Drera A Co. pt4
Dei MoIbm. la.. School 4Hi, 1M1..
Fairmont Creamery 7 par cnt ptd.
ttcuHpn, icx,. ivm,..,
Hoofr, Nb.. Olty Hall it. !..., n
C1IIUAGU CatAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feuturea of the Tradlnar and Closlna
Prleen on Board f Trade.
CHICAGO. March 23 Corn today
lumpetl higher than at any time since j
December-18. Tronuactlono ran into mil
lions of buatifiU and brought severe pun
ishment to speculators who had bocn ag
gresslvo In selling the market short. The
outcome was. a stuady dose at an ad
vance of- '4'iflo to I'.iSflSio net. Wheat
finished with a. gaJn or to HUic,
oats up ?4fia to -Hie, and provisions the
same on Saturday night to a rise of 6c.
it won the wost and south that started
tho cxcltomcnt In com. Advices seemed
to indicate, that oash buyers In both di
rections had becomo not only unable to
supply tho fording demand, but hail found.
contrary to iirsL niports, mat bidding)
auovo mo intiiMi uiei uui ornuf any ma
terial Increase of itfferlnga from rural
holders In Iowa and .Illinois. Dos Moines
was said to bo tendering unsuccessfully
what would bo equal to 71 cents at Chl
cagofor corn to go west.
Fright seized the qorn shorts when on
attempting to cover extensively about
midday, the- fact was disclosed that the
market hod been hopelessly oversold.
Commission house tirero In possession of
tho whole pit surplus, and there waa no
way out of the dtfflculty but far tho
leading bears to givo up the fight. Profit
taking on the pait of holders allowed
tho market finally to recede somewhat
for the top prices of the session.
Wheat played cond fiddle to corn and
a rather slow serund at that. As In corn
there was too much short selling early,
and a scramble io cover later on. A big
decrease In the visible supply had con
siderable to do -with the tightening of
the market. Attention waa alii .v.. .
southwestern reports of foreign bids for
-Wheo,t fnA Ui tal.k of a cortolnty )f
northwost supplies for the mills
Oata developed strength wth com.
Trading, huwove., was not nearly so ac
live as In the coarser grains.
Provisions formed no exception to other
staple. In responding to the corn bulgT
Longs took advantage, of the situation
and Indulged In realfzlng to a moderate
Date, 1911. 1913.1912.ll911.tl910.ll9.'l9(W.
Mar. 14.) S MV
Mar. 1S. 8 E7
ajar. i s 1
K 38J.1 8 70
8 45 1 8 74
8 561iJ 8 70
B 8 C9
8 64 8 79
8 671 6 45
I 9 6S1 0 161 4 23
e nol 4 a
761 j 4 44
9 78 6 48
I B ! 6 681 4 4J
0 68 4 38
6 40 I 31
a 4si 4 r
6 47 4 37
6 76110 22
6 80 10 27
6 68(10 34
6 6010 42j
6 73110 86
6 62 10 64
6 611 4 45
661 4 64
1 6 601 4 C.8
8 67! 8 81, 7 061 6 4710 49'
10 61' G 44 4 IM
6 86 44 4 36
6 45 10 M 4 71
l) 6 84 1
6 feetlol-..10K 7 M! 4$ fe-deT5. .1016 7 76
C. R. Siwineer Utah.
95 feeders.. 1007 7 6 feeders. 1087 7 25
Clucns ft Swanson Wyo.
1 hull 1130 BOO 21 feeder-.. 80S 7 70
3 feeders. .1133 7 70
M feeders.. PM 7 76 3ft feeders.. 977 7 i."
28 feeders. 1021 7 5 2 feeders. . 1020 T on
6 steers... 948 7 0,1 1 eow 960 6 78
HOGH There was a moderate run In
sight this morning, but Chicago reported
a liberal run nnd a alow steady market,
so that thn loonl market opened on a
steady basis. As the morning ndvnncen,
however, competition between the packers
nnd shipper caused prices on all grndes
to Rtrotmthttn up, and by the oloso trade
wbh active, and the last sales looked to be
as much ns a nickel higher. Taking the
market all the way through, values aro
steady to 6c higher, and the general mar
ket averages up n slmdn higher tlinn Sat
urday. Movement was fairly actlVu, and
the moderate supply was cleaned up long
before 10 o'clock. Rulk of the offering
moved at $S..YfS.6. and tops again sold
at 70 equaling tho highest prlco that
has bren paid so far this yean
Receipts worn estimated nt fifty-nine
cars, or 4,tt liend. This Is only about
half or large as the run a week ago, and
Is n little more than 700 head short of tho
corresponding Monday Inst year.
No. At Hh. Ir, No. At Hh. Pr.
II . ITS 240 US Ml ..Ml W S7H
.M W II MS
Ml lfi.) II 87 U
.307 . Kit
.Itl (0 -t,
ATI lt S 17 Mi
0 X W
M t nn
. . KM
in ... Km
...M7 160 I M
.us ... m
...ItH (.0 II M
.SOI JO I M
.. a ms
,. II ft
40 II M
10 S 70
ileccluts and dlnnnali: nn nf 11va lnpj
at tho Union Stock yards. South Omaha.
for tho tWuntV-fllllr hmin onilfnir nt X
C. M. & St. P...
Missouri raclflo ....
C. : S. W.. east....
C, ft N. W.. west....
C, St, P., M. & 0...
C. H. & Q., east....
C. 11. & Q west....
C, R, I. & P., east..
C. It. J. & P.. west.
Chi. Great West....
Total receipts 147
. . 2
. 239 275 1.663
Mortis ft. Co ,
Swift ft Co
Cudahy Packing Co...
Armour ft Co
3. W. Murphy
IJncoln Parkin Pn ...
St. Clair Packing Co....
vv. ii. vausant Co
Benton, Vansant & L.
riui ft bon
F. II. Lewis
Huston ft Co
J. B. Hoot ft Co
J. II. Bulla
L. F. Husr
liosenstock Bros. .....
McCrearv ft Kellnrtr. .
Wcrthelmer A Degcn.
t. tr. Jiamnton
Mo. ft Kan. Calf Co...
Baker. Logan ft Smith. 36
John Hervey ,
Other buyers u
' ... lit 14. . . 104 ... 7 7S
HHEEi' HIowimhh was a --erv nroml-
nont feature In the nhoap barn this morn
ing, na most or tne forenoun had passed
before any trading of consequence had
taken placet. Tlio receipts wero fairly
largn for a Monday, being estimated at
some 16,poo head, against 17,274 a week
ago, 13,246 two weeks ago and 9,221 on
tho corresponding day a year ago. The
average quality showed no material
chungn from last week, though thn per
centage nf heavy nheep and lambs was
apparently smaller. At a late Hour llio
bulk of the killer brgnn to change
hands on a basis showing little It any
change from the nlose of last weolt, but
tho movement was slow at that, a com
plete clearance, not being mado unttl
ate In the day. While most of the of
ferings sold nmctlcally In the same
notches as last Friday the weights were
a llttlo bettor, that Is on the handy weight
order, just what tho pneknrs nave oeen
wanting thn last week or so.
Among thn early soles wern soven loads
nf Idaho, bunks that wont to tno pacxera
at $3.83 and a small hunch of Mexican
rivpa fori In Pnlnrnrln that hmilBht $3.76.
Two cars of Wyoming hay-fed lambs
weighing around 68 pounds sold to a
feeder buyer at $7. OS.
Quotations on sheep and lambs'. Lambs,
good to choice, $7.46(87.75: lambs, fair to
good, J7.jWT..'i: lamns, common to tair.
, .VUCU.I .i4 lamus. CUlia. a.u-.uv, jrai-
lings, UahU I6.40CC.83; yearlings, heavy.
fi&9ja.4o; wetners, gooa to cnoicc, o.h;ku
6.16: wethers, fair to good. $3.4025.06; ewea.
good to choice, $.40(.l6; ewes, fair to
48 Wvom ng lambs rat
138 Wyoming ininns i
Artlclel Open, j Hlgh.l Low. ICIosa. I Sat'y
21 07 I 21 67 I
May.! 21 621V
Juiy.i 21 07 21 CT I 21 63 I 21 62
Lard ' f I
May 10 70 10 82 t 10 Tl 10 80
AtounUlq EtaUa T, a T K!
Uount Arr. la.. KUt. ittl ios
N't- York 8Ut Br. 4Via
Omaha K. U te P. pti M
Omaha Ua In. 117,
Clly at Omaha 4H, 1HI )0t
nmtlu ft -?. II. Rt. Ilr. s. ltu M
Omaha A C 11. t. Br. Ptd.. l-Jlr, n
Omaha, k C. I). IU n. pfd. ....... M
Portland. Or.. 4U. Its. loiu. im ny
nwi. 7 run, ponui, ff2Vi
M. i . snarar es, coinmon ?o
Hwlft Co. 7 par tut alock A., lots IMS
Hloux Cltjr Btok Ytrda Im. m fits Slli
Hloui Cltr Stock Yard pfd 17 m "
Peattla Krhool it. JfiZl i ioa
Ran VUno. oal.. 8. D. (. I IK J0JT4 101.
Cnlon Huwk Yardi. Omaha aiu inn
Utah Powar and Light C. ti, 1H4 fl II
Oiunlut JIny Market.
OMAHA. March 23.-HAY No. 1 up
land. $10.00flrii.oo; No. 2. $S.OO10.00; No. 3.
$6.(J43.0O. Na I midland. $9E0l0.m; No
2. $8.CKK19.M: No. 3, $6.00(ftH.OO. No. 1 low
land, $7.0038.a)i No. 2. $6.O07.00; No. 3
H.OOSf.00. ' '
STRAW Choice oat or rye, $6.af.e0:
choice wheat, $5.00J6.H.
ALFALFA None on the market: choice
P-Sr6"'. '.afjr ftnd "n tem. $13.00i
14.00; No. 1. $11.0tm: No. 2. 89.00ftli fk
No. 3. $7.00900. Very little demand for
ru-, out gooa demand for
choice. Nos. 1 and 2.
Omaha lftr Market.
OMAHA. March, 19.-HAY-rralrie
No. 1 choice, upland. $10,0011.00: No Z
$S.0Of10.00: No. 3. $8.00.00; No. 1 choice
midland. $10.0ft8tai0c No. 2. $8.000110.00: No
3. W.OOaS.00; No. 1 icholce lowland. $7.wS
8-OOr No. 2, $6.00Gt.00; No. J, $4.0O
Alfalfa: Choice pea green, fins stem.
$13.008n4.00; No. 1. $ll.irt3.00; No. 2. $9 00
GU.00; No. 3. $7.0099.00. " ' W
Dry Good Market.
NETW YORK, March 23.-DRY GOOPB-
t-otton goouH inarwiis were quiet today,
with steadiness resorted on icrav rlnihn
duo to refusal of manufacturers to ac
cept late contracts at losses. In soma
loniBin uunniiiiiuiii. cu proauciion in a
larger way was suggested. Yarns showed
no cnange. ureas .gooas were quiet.
NEW YORK. March 23. COTTON-Fu
tures closed barely steady; M-rch, 13.01c;
May. 12.20c; July. lL95c; August. 11.7c;
October, 11.38o; December, 11.44c Spot.
arnnriv: middllnar. 13.EIM: a-ulf. IS TIU.
LIVERPOOL. March .-COTlrON-3
pot, steady; gtjod middling. 7.65d.-, mld-
fiun. 7-i3dt tow miuaiing. o.T3a. Kales.
Dry Good Market.
NEW YORK. March 23. DRY GOODS
Cotton closed barely steady at a net da.
dine of 6 to 9 points, or at practically
me low point ei uia y.
OMAIL. March 23 Bank i.earln.a fnr
Omaha today were $a,OU),44T.33. and for
tno corresiwnuing nay last -year, $2,019,
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising U tho Road t't
Total 3.9SS 3.0S4 12.4S8
CATTLIJ-Recelpts were lighter even
than last week, only 14S cars being rv
ported today. A very large proportion of
the arrivals consisted of stock cattle1 and
feeders, there being more cattle of that
description In the yards than for some
little time back.
The offering of beef steers were very
small, nut advices from eastern consum
Ing oentrrs were not at all encouraging
and the trade was slow and dull. Prices
lp most cases were steady, with possibly
nera and mere a sate oc extra good cat
Ua a little stronger.
Cows and heifers were stead v to dos
slbly a little stronger than last week's
close, but tho trade was not particularly
Owing to the large receipts of stockers
nnd feeders, trade on that kind of cattle
wa very slow and dull, with prices low
j:c lower man last week.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beef atsers, 18.204fS.so; fair to good beef
steers, $S.COfB.20; common to fair beef
ctceri, $7.2&ff8.4X; good to choice cornfed
heifers. $7.264ff.7&: good to choice enrnfod
cows. $t037.2S; fair to good grades, IliiO
OTxbu; common io rair grades, $4.2506.60;
good to choice stockers and feeders, $7,754)
8.26; fair to good stockers and feeders,
J7.I5tn.7I: common to fair stockers and
(eeaers, J5.wa7.si; stock cows and heifers.
$6.0007.60: stock calves. $160rS.00: vna
calves, $7XO0.60; bull, stags, etc., $5.76
At. Pr. No.
700 7 00 1.
. . .1010 7 33 41 ..
014 7 40 II...
. ...USl 7 60 ...
1101 7 fit 1...
lio 7 es i...
1047 7 T t...
. .. .1011 7 10 L...
U8J 1 tf) 12...
645 7 M S3. .
M 7 M 1...
I4 Itf U ..
1(11 7 US
STEERS AND JIEIFKR8.
...1104 I OS'
...1140 1 10
...1170 I 23
...1791 I 21
... U I 35
...1C60 I m
417 T 10 30
... MO 4 35 7..
... m 4 Jt
. .. 00 4 40
...10H0 4 II
... 710 6 00
. . . 900 I 90
... 60 I JO
...IMS I 10
...1114 t V.
. . . 140 t ii
... VS. 00
. . m no
...1040 ( t.1
...10J0 f 10
...1040 t 20
... WO I IS
.. an t
.. Ill 74
.. 117 7 0(1
..Ml T 00
.. M7 7 00
.. (70 7 10
.. 404 7 10
...10 6 71
...144 I IS
. . . mo i to
... id im
... 170 I 00
...1I0O 4 10
.. I7t I 00
....1011 I 40
....1012 I M
.... 711 M
.... 171 I U
....111 I 71
.... rai t
.... Vtt i IS
. ..1211 to
....urn 7 to
....444 7 05
....1160 7 X
.... Ill 7 10
... 44S 7 71
.... IM 7 M
.... Ml 7H
.... 70 T 24
.... 711 7 M
.... CSt 7 U
.... 721 7 M
.... T0I 1 M
.... 7M 7 fO
.... 174 I ii
....1410 I H
....1110 I in
... ISO I M
. ..1110 M
....mo i m
.... MO 7
10 4 00 1 ISO I SO
IM 7 00 1 100 I 71
411 7 00 1 100 t 00
411 III t ISO I 00
IIS IM 1 tOO t 00
Ill II) 2 171 60
no I on
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
II 7 00 11 721 7 M
i no 1 is i; 7ti 7 in
10 10W 7 SO 41 U7 7 10
11.. nt 7 II 17 M4 7 IS
14 110 7 K 11.... Ml 7 tt
t 0 7 K It 414 7 71
12. ... i 7 40 4 1247 7 71
II..,, 44.4 7 M 1 441 7 U
( 711 1 IS 41 1011 I
io m is 47 1061 i os
10 (71 7 AO
Rudolph Mueller Wyo.
1 cow...... 690 6 7,1 2 cows. ...1045 6 76
10 stockere 400 8 30 IS stacker 734 7 85
Harry Hoffman I tah.
60 feeders.. 1000 7 ?0 3 feeders.. 1000 7 00
2$ feeder? . 8H 7 U 4 feeders 568. 6 23
. ii . 1 m
.171 . SO
..in ... im
..202 . 8 Ml
..214 80 8 SO
.203 . . 8 10
.171 inn 8 M
.4 IM 8 UU
. 98 110 8 Ml.
2M . . 8 H
.130 10 8 II
.187 180 8 IK
.1D 80 8 K
. .Kit M 111
..21 ... 8 5S
.K2 . . 8 Ml
. 100 ... IK
.211 IX) 8 (8
.WO 120 8 C74
.9J T J fl bt
7. . .180
NEW YORK ST0CK MARKET
Uneven Courses Pursued, but Rise
at Close Above.
STRENGTH SHOWN AT OPENING
Spaalnu linllrrnrd Orcnalonolly lr
llrli-f 1114 k if Active Specula
tion, Thonxh linlet Prcrnlln
Alost of Time.
NEW YOIIK. March 23,-An uneven
ctl.rse wait pursued by tho slock market
ti'day, but at the rlosn prices were well
nbovo liiflt week'n final range. The Ses
sion was enlivened .iccatlonally by brief
lerlods of nettvo speculation, although
most or the time the market lay quiet
The strength was displayed nt the open
ing. Now Haven began the day 14
higher, Influenced by announcement of a
Settlement 111 lhA imirntlAf Intiw fnr Hlann-
lutlon of the system. The stock quickly
iosi us 'iitvnntage. nowovcr. Bearish
traders made r. concerted attack and tho
list surrendered the opening gains, which
in some caias amounted to a point But
the decline failed to bring out stocks,
anil the market reRtcd around Pnturday n
olcslng level until tho afternoon, when
another advance wns berun. .
Thn Hill stocks led the upturn, nn which
Northern lnclflo rose more than thre
points, The familiar rumor that Ureal
Northern wiuld take over Northern Pacific-
liitercst In Burlington opening thn
way for nn extra dlctrlbutlon on North
ern Pnrlflo. was revived, but there was
r.n authnntl" iiitarmatlon.
The upward movement spread through
thn list, tiding hlped on by rrports ot
tir.pemllng developments of a favorabln
nuturn In the Mexican situation. New
Haven advanced with the general list, an
did BaltliiDrc ft Ohio, despite Its poor
lteort for February. Among the Indus
trials tho coppers benefited from tho In
oreHHcd doinadd and higher prices for tho
mctlil here and abroad, Hteel made a
poorer showing than the other leaders,
nut intimately joined in tho general move
The bon.l market liesltated ror a time,
but later roo with storks, Total sale?,
J2.&8S.000. United Htutes bunds unchanged
Number of sales and leading Quotations
on stocks wore;
Hulft. llltn. Law. ClnM
158 Wyoming lambs
225 Wyoming lamus
12S Wyoming ewes
191 Wyoming ewes
223 cornfed lambs
118 Wyoming feeder lambs.
1109 -Wyoming lambs
B cornfed owes
212 cornfed ewes ,
223 cornfed ewos ,.
228 cornfed lambs
2.7) cornfed lambs
263 cornfed lambs
CHICAGO LIVK HTOMC JIAttKKT
Amalgamated Copper . .
Anifrlran AiTlcultural .
Amnion ftrct Sugar,...
American Can rfd
American 0. F
American Ctotton Oil....
Am. H Pccurllloa
American Incod .......
American luoomatlve ...
American H. a It
American 8. a 11. rta..
Amrr. tftitnr llrllnlni.. .
American T. ft T
Anaconda Mining On.. ,
Atlantic Coatt Un
Jlnttlmore A: Ohio. . ...
Ilrthlrtiem meel ........
Ilrooklrn rtajrid Tr
Cheaapeaka ft Ohio... .
Chlcnio 41. V
CM earn, M. A Rt. r....
riilcifn ft N, W
Colorado Kuel ft Iron. ..
ITonmliaalnl na ,
Del are ft lludnon
Denver A lllo Grande...
Dcnrrr ft n ii. pro. ..,
niitlllera' Keeurlflca ...
Krta M ptd
Krle 2d ptd
General f.lertrle .. ... ..
Oreat NoHhm pfd
' 400 "iiii
1,200 1244 t:
400 48 44H
l.tOO 31V 1114
400 IIH IIS
700 3tH l
i.Xt) 71 C8U
axi IIIJU ira
4,400 i:ih itl iS
i,ieo nt :m jii
I, Ml 184; 54 H MS
,m IH Wl MH
W 100H 1H 1W
400 W't 122 112
4. Dm !H W8i OT
1.1C) 44 4144 41
1.8O0 02 4 9H4 MS
WO BH 208 2M4
t.100 24 x sm
3,300 84U UUj 14
0O US 11 11
7,100 101H WH 700i
too 188 ISIVi 1141.
1.800 33 11 '3
200 1HV4 184 134
200 1IU 11 US
400 ISO 141i lltH
200 12H 12H 1211
20) 1111 11 18U
6,:oo son es'4 m
1,000 4lt 41ft 4H
6.700 1ZST6 ltIM, lVt'i
Oreeit Nnrtheln Ora etla. l.fcn) 3T Ml H
300 111 111
M1 1H 15
400 60 H 80
'0 106H 106
Callle Stendr to Dime- limner
Mown dtrndr 4" I'wrri
i-'inf-Afin Mnrch M. OATTI.E Be
-.iiiia iiYino tiHndj market steady tn 10c
r . . " . , . t t lfvi
mgnnr; caivon ju ioww, ,M-r,c, ...v,.
qv.io; Texas sioers, ii.idwb.. iui
steers. K.WW18.20; Btookers ahd f?eilers,
I5.A6Q8.20; cotvi and heifers, J3.7.,ir8.M;
linnu nornluta. 41.000 linml: market
mtAv in nn Inii'nr. bulk of sales. 88.70t
8.86; light. s.w9jB.sii mixea, s.wwo.ou,
heavy. 2,3uma.K; rougn, M-'i !"
t7 nvira rt,
SHI2K1 AND lMBS-neeelpts 25,000
head; market steady to a snaae nigiier;
IIHUICU' n-atnrn. lj.005lfi.40i
veiiHlnff's. 15.Kfir7.10: native lambs, tS4j
7.80; western, I6.8337.S0.
Kmiua Cllr JAr Sloclc MnrUct
T.-1-MHAH P!TV. Mo.. March 22, CAT-
TLK Becelpts. 7,800 head, market steady
to weak; butchers- granes sieauy to iw
hlgher; prlmo fed steers, iS.604'3.25;
dressed beef steers. J7.40tlS.60; western
steers. 27.H01r8.riO: southern steers. 26.6M1!
8.26; cows. I4.SMJ7.0O; helfors. J7.001tS.7ii;
Blockers and feeders. M.POSI8.00; bulls,
en rwvrv.T m- rnlvn. lfi.rWifl.60.
iinfWn-celDts. 7.1100 head: market
r.o lr.nra.r- llllllt. tR.60ilS.70l llCaVV
l-tL. ti-i.t tfi Tii4L70f n an. t7.&WIS.M.
4HKH ANU UAMtw-iiemiiiiB.
head: market steady; lambs. !..MI7..0;
vearllnKrt. IS.-i'Ui.w; wesiern e.j.,-u,
Sioux rily Mve StoeU MnrUel.
-TniT-v- rrrv. la.. March 23. CATTtiR
Beeelpts, 3.200 head: market lower: na
tlve steers. 27.201(8.40: hiitchors. 5..,g..42:
cows and heifers. 25.20fl7.n0; raniiers. MS
(H5.25; stockers and feeders. K'-Tim7:?"-calves.
7.25f9.: bulls, stags, etc. n.5
6.0. . . . a AAA 1 1. ....l.t 1
..."i-.H PWmUA.5S: mixed. 28.,'AW
8.KU.; light. 8.45jS.t0i hulk of sales, SR.U
tlt-Q: t VMnIlrclnt. 100
head; no quotations.
St. I,omU Mvr Stork MorUrl.
o- T nitttX -March S3. CATTtilO-Re-
celpt's. MM head; market sUady; liecf
steers. J7.1WW.23; cows anil hMtn.U.tm
8 76: stockers nnu -,..v-,..v-,
southern steers. 7W8.Mjrow and heif
ers. I4.WVfi.&5; calves. 6.008f.K.
linns BeeclPts, 2.600 head; market Oc
lowerY Plg m ll-hts. J7.0WJS.S5; mixed
n7 butcher. JS.TOfiS.W; good heavy.
CSHBKI AND I.AMIVH-necelnts. l.m
headl market steady; mu.ttons. J...7W6.00;
St. Joarph I.lvr Slock Mnrkel.
ST JOflKPH, March 28. CATTLB Ite
celnts. 1.400 head; market slow, steers.
J7f0.on; cows and heifers, Jt.0Oi8.60;
HOOH Recelnts. 4.X) head: top, J8.7S;
bulk of soles. J.6MIS.re
BHKKP AND LAMBS Uocelnt. 8,00)
head; market slow; lambs. J7.00f7.75.
I.lvr Slork In Hlir'it.
itecelpts and shipments of live stock
at the six principal markets:
4,-aii'o iina-s. unesn.
l.MH) 149U. Ml 14KTi
409 131H HI 1MU
1,100 IIS 18 1781
4.600 H 14 H 26
20) 1111 IMt 134
. . 411,
6.200 11 14(4 't
700 104 103U 104
0 74. 74S 71 S
17,100 11H HSM. 11
in) mh itu, rm
4,100 llttt 1IIS I12U
1,40) 124H 11414 114V,
too lis, 2114 :it
400 45 44S 44i
-300 UlS lit
2), C"0 1I7S 1MV4 lMfa
MM MS 3 IIS
l.KV) 24H. Utt :S
1.200 8t u ay,
1,600 31V MS !St
M US 18 PSi,
20.700 1H 1M74 9i
1,00) US 1li
u.4Ao us at u
i.too nos nou now
X.S00 CI 8i KS
IIS u US
100 1 IS II,
2.000 tt 41S 42S
7.M 71 I9S 11
1.300 22H 21S 22
. . . 1 4ft)
4,01 1 .(
..32.700 23,400 63,900
tt York aioney Market.
NBW YOBIC. March 23...MONKY-On
call, steady at 11M per cent: ruling rate.
IU per cent, eloalnff. liifilTa per cent,
Time loans, soft; 60 days, 2W3 per cent:
ninety days, 3 per cent; six months, 3i
PnCIMR MKnCANTILK PAPBn-4r4W,
per cent. Sterling exchange, barly
steady; sixty days, t4.875; demand, J4.sreo
Commercial bills, J4.84.
HH.VEB Bar. S8',io; Moxloan dollars,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
Tho Pertinent and Judicious Uso of
Newspaper Advertising U tho Koad to
Ititrliarmi(h Mel. ptd. ,
International rarer . . .,
Intematlnml Pump .....
Kanaaa Illy Southern. ..
IxiuUvlll. A Kaaktllle..
M.. HI. 1. A 8. Hie. XI,
Mlmnurl, K. A T
n. n. n. r m. id pt.,
Maw Vnrk Onlril
N. T., O. ft W
Norrolk ft Wefrni
North Amerlcau .......
People'" 0 , , .
P.. C, O. t Ht. U....
I'rmied Steel Car
I'ullmtn ralam Car....
Ucpublic Iron a 8tl..
luputnc i. ft n. ptd.... soo ns a
I lock Iiland f'o goo 4S 4s
Hock leland Co. pfd... MO S S
St. U ft 8. V. 2d ptd
Heabnard Air Un rw 2nn 2H
Hn board A. I pfd , IN ti U
Hlnti-Hheffleld B. ft I
Houlhnrn Pacific ,
Kouthtrn Hallwar . .,
a. IlAllwar pfd ,
Texaa ft Paclllc
Union lflcKIc ntd
.t'nltfd Statea 1teal.r..
United Btitea Bubber,,
United Hlatea meal..,.
iV H. Hteel ptd.. . .
lUlah Vomtt ,
Va,-CaroIlna C3iemlcal .. 2.:iN)
Watoaah . .
Weatern Maryland ..
Wcrtern Union S.60) ASS tV
We4lnghouM Electrio ,, ,J00 71 S 7S
Wheellnx ft I-ika lrl ....
X. V...N. II. ft IK. .,
Ip.iir iron. Clonber
Total aalei (or tha dr, 122,400 iharaa.
OMAHA t;HNEUAI. aiABKBT.
Ilevlere of (iperaltona on Stock Kx
rhnnge During: the Day,
BUTTlBn-No. 1, l-lu. cartons, 77ci No.
1, UU-ID. tUQS, iiC.
CIiniSSE Imported Swiss, 30e; Amer
ican Hwisii, 24c; block Swiss, 22c; twins,
21c; daisies. 21c; triplets. 21c; Yountt
Americas, 22a; blue label brick, 19c; llm
burger. 2-lb.. 20c; New York white, 21c.
FISH White, lie; trout, 13c; large crap
pies, 12c to 16c; Spanish mackerel, 16c:
shnd roo .per pair. 60c: salmon. Ho; hali
but, 12c; buffalo, Oc: channel catfish, 16c;
pike, 12c; pickerel, 9c.
POULTBY-Brollers, 20c t hens, 14c;
cocks, Olic; ducks, 16c; geese, 13c; turkeys.
22e; pigeons per doren, J1.20; ducks, full
feathered. 12ic; geeso, full feathered, lie:
squabs. No. l, J1.D&02.OO;, No. 2, 60c.
Wholesale- pilccs of beef cuts effective
today In Omaha are as follows:
HKBK CUTS-No. 1 ribs, 18e: No. 2,
lHc. No. 3, HHc. No. i loins. iHc; No.
2. lie; No, 3. luttc No. 1 chucks. Uic;
.No, 2 I0c; No. 3, lOJie. No. l rounds.
14c; No, if, 13',ic; No. 8. 18c. No. 1 plates.
y?tc; No. 2, s-tfc; No. 3, 8Uc.
The following pricou ate furnished by
the Olllnsky trnlt company:
KBUITS 8unklst oranges, 94, 128. 150.
200. 216, :76; IL0, 2SS, 224. Ji.W. Lemons.
Sunklst Uolden Bowl, 30J und 360. J5.&0;
Bed Bull Silver Cord. SO0 and , J4.60.
nrupcfiuil Indian llivcr, 36, 13,60; 16. 96.
24,26; 64. 14.60; 64 and 80. Jj.00. Bananas!
per pound 3 to 3V4c. Apples: Colorado
Missouri Pippin, per box, 2.2i; Colorado
lien uavis, per oox, izo; Colorado White
Peiirmaln, per box, J2.60; Idaho wlnesaps.
per box, J2.&Q; ixtra tanoy barrel Ben
Davis. J6J0; extra tanoy barrel Oano,
I6.W; extra fancy barrel Missouri Pip
pins, J710; extia fancy barrel Wlnesaps,
FKUSH VEGETABLES Beets, per
dog.. 50c; coirots. per doz.. 60c, spinach,
per dox., BVc; turnips, per doz., 50c; Bhal
lot, per dor., 46c; parsloy, per dos., 40c.
radishes, per doz., 6oc; head lettuce, per
doz.. 11.00; leaf lettuce, per doz.. 40c. egg
plant, per doz., $1.60; artichokes, per doz..
12.00; Brussol sprouts, per lb., iOc; new
potatoes, per lb., 7c; celery, per doz., Jt;
Florida clery, per crate, J3; peppers, per
basket, 6V; cauliflower, per doz., J1.73;
beans, pur bumper, 21.60; cucumbers, per
doz,, JI M to 12. asparagus, per dos., l,
new cabbaze, per lb., 2H"; rhubarb, per
box, J'J.26; rhubarb, per box, 12. I'lorlda
tumatoea, fancy, per crato, Jt; Florida
toiimtocr. choice, tier crate, J3.60.
OI,D VEOKTAHI.ES-New York cab
mage, per lb., 2ttt-; sweet potatoas, per
bumper. J150; parsnips, per lb., 2c; beets,
per lb., 2o; carrots, per lb.. 2c; turnips,
per lb., 2c; Canadian rutabagas, per lb.,
IVkc; Hcd illver Ohio potatoes, per bu..
93c; Idaho potatoes, per bu., S5c; Garly
Bose potatoes 8tc; red onions, per lb..
4c; yellow onions, per lb., 4c; Spanish
onions, per crate, JL7S.
London Stock Market.
UONDON, March 88. American secur
ities opened quiet and steady today. Fair
buying advanced the leaders during tha
first hour and at noon prices ranged from
unchanged to Ti above parity.
Consols for money. 75 5-16; for account,
76 6-16; I nlon Pacific 163.
SILVUIt-Har. steady. 25 lM6d.
MONUY-.MQ4. per cent, short bills,
2'i per cent, 3 months, 21-16 per cent.
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