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THE BEE: OMAHA, TfKSDAY, MARCH 31, 1914.
1 HAVE bull pup 1 M-ar old. white thor
oughbred bull, Rood and sound; fine
watchdog. Will exchange for bicycle In
good condition. 8. g. wa. nee.
HAVE TYPEWRITER AND 1'LAT-TOP
desk: also 4x5 camera, want Turkish
nig, or what have you? Address 8. C.
CLEAR LOT SOl'TIl OMAHA, 25TH
and Madison. Price, $10). Trade lor
Kent auto, Utiarantee tit lo abstract. Ad
dress S. C. 667, Bee.
COLLECTION OF RUGS TO EX
Changs for diamonds or cash. Will have
tu see rugs to appreciate their value.
Address S. C, 617, care Bee.
UOOD COTTAGE -NORTH OMAHA.
Iodern but heat. All newly painted
and papered. Oarage, ft. Cement
walks. Mtg., $800. Want $500 cashand
good, light auto or clear lots. S. C. 869,
HAVK A PR1NTOURAPH MACHINE
for multiple letter work; prints through
ilbbon like typewriter; can use ordinary
printers' type, and cuts, also; electric
.motor and hand power; cost $335. Wilt
trade for cheap lot or land, or will con
sider any kind of a. reasonable offer. Ad
dress S. C, 565. Bee.
TEAM OF MARES. ONE SORREL THE
other black, about 1.700 lbs. Ood condi
tion, broke. Will swap for farm machln
ery Address S. O 502. Bee
GAS STOVE. 4 large ovens, hardly
used, excellent baker. Would like to
nwap for chickens; prefer White Rocks.
Address S. C. Ml, Bee.
GENUINE MEXICAN SADDLE AND
trappings, used slightly: will sell cheap
for cash, or what have you? Address S.
C. 540. Bee. '
GOOD SMALL BOVS BICYCLE FOR
sale or trade; boy outgrew It. What
have you? The bicycle is in good condi
tion and can be used by boy between 5
and 3 years of age. Addreta S. C. 640. Bee.
,,AVILL SWAP TYPEWRITER FOR VIC
.trola or 2A kodak. Address S. C. 303,
HAVE THREE LOTS IN RALSTON,
will swap for city property, or what
have you to offer? Will consider good
lot In either Omaha or South Omaha.
Write at once, S. C. 6S6. Bee.
"WILL SWAP WHITE HOLLAND TUB
'S key torn for two turkey hens. Address
NE FIFTEEN - LIGHT ACETYLENE.
'.What have you? Address S. C. 633.
AVtfAT HAVE YOU FOR ELEGANT
Ri&hoguny dresser and chiffonier? Ad
dress S. C. 677, Bee.
AVILfc SWAP GOOD QUARTER SEC
tlonlpf agricultural land on railroad In
southern South Dakota for vacant lot,
house, stock, bonds, or what have you?
Have good lot to trade for a first-class
diamond or will buy If bargain for cash.
Address 8. C. 521, Omaha Bee.
WANTED TO TRADE PAINTING AND
papering for printing. Address S. C.
NEW HAMMOND TYPEWRITER. COST
$30. Changed work so cannot use. Will
trade or selL AddresH S. C. 65S. Bee.
A GOOD BAKERY. WORTH $3U. FOR
trade. What have you. Address S. C. 116,
WANTED TO SWAP A STEAMER,
trunk In fine condition for a Morris
chair, or what? Address S. C. 647, Bee.
TWO CLEAR LOTS PIERRE, S. D.
Good abstract. Price, 11,000. Want gen.
tndse. or auto. Good abstract and war
ranty deed. S. C. 668, Bee.
FAnM A RANCH LANDS KOR BALE.
From $15 to $75 per aero.
'Are the cqilal of any in 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
acre, stands first of
all states in the union.
SEND FOR SPECIAL PAGE OF
MINNESOTA FARM BARGAINS.
Published in the
Minneapolis, Minn., March 29 to
April 4... A 2c Btamp will bring It.
THE M1LLE LACS REGION IS THE
very heart of agricultural Minnesota;
leva), fertile, clay loam lands, two hours'
ride from Minneapolis, at $10 per acre are
100 cheap to last long. Secure your land
bofoie prices go up. Call or write for map
and full Information about our state and
unlcrslty land running 30 years at 4 per
cent. Dally land excursions. Export
enoed field men to show you around. Now
Is the time to get over the ground. A.
E. John.on Co.. 300 1st Ave.. S. Min
neapolis. 2S0-ACRE farm, 35 miles from Minne
apolis, H4 miles from a good railroad
town, part under cultivation, balance
meadow and pasture land; good soil,
good ti-room house, worth $3,0(; barn,
granary, corncrlbs, cattle sheds, machine
kheds, etc.; 14 cows, 20 head of steers and
heifers, three horses, hogs, chickens,
complete sot farm machinery, bugglej.,
wagons, sleds. 50 tons of hay, 1.200 basket-
com, 15o bushels mixed grain, l.o
bushels of potatoes. In fact, everything
on farm goes except the furniture. Prue,
il2,0W. one-half cash. Schwab Bros., 1WJ
Plymouth BIJg.. Minneapolis Minn.
WE ARK offering tnousands of acres
of choice and well Improved lands In the
Red River Valley, northeastern and south
eastern Minnesota; also cut over lands, at
retail and wholesale irlces. Prices and
terms reasonable. Write us for lists.
Aetna agents wanted In Iowa, Illinois
and Nebraska. Stewart Land Co., 405
New York Life Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn.
BARGAIN from owner If taken at once,
ltfl-acre Improved farm near Davis, Tur
ner county. South Dakota. Easy terms.
50,000 acres improved and timber lands
on main line of Northwestern railroad.
Easy ifnns, For particulars wrlto Far
rU & Aioore. Solon Springs. Wis.
FARMS for sale ; $G down. $3 monthly
buys 49 acres good timber land, near town,
Tx:s county. Mo.; price, $200; pcrfoct
title. J. B. Jarrojl. Mt. Vernon. 111.
VOUND 320-Bcre homestead In -ettled
neighborhood; fine farm land; not sand
hills; cost you $200, filing fees and all. J.
A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb.
Best dairy and general crop state In
the union. Settlers wanted. Lands to
rate at low prlios on easy terms. Ask
for booklet 34, on Wisconsin Central Land
Grant. State acres wanted. Write about
our grazing lands. If Interested In fruit
landeu ask for booklet on apple orchards
in Wisconsin Address Land Dept. Soo
Line Ry.. Minneapolis. Minn.
DOUGLAS county. Wisconsin, produces
apple., plunu. sinull fruits, vegetables,
of all kinds, hay. email grain and corn.
Best for dairying, stock and general
fanning, Good land at low prices and
on easy terms. Farmers' l-and & Cattle
company, Ltd., Globe Bldg., St. Paul.
FOR SALE OR BXCHANG E R. E.
OFFICIAL publication concerning soK
climate and crops of Wisconsin mailed
f.-ee to th ite addressing Wisconsin State
Board of Immigration, Capitol 100), Madl
1 HAVE a camera or a diamond or type
writer or a good walch and rash for
your piano, or what? D. C. Ml, Bee.
HAVE GOOD OAK DRESSER. COM
mode, Ice box and some uhairs. will
consider trade for horso and pay differ
ence, or what havo you 7 First good offer
takes It. Address 8. r. 597. Bee.
I HAVK A FEW CITY BCILDINO LOTH
to swap for n. good truck or high-grade
automobile. S. C 520. Bee.
ONE DOUBLE-BARRELED ITHACA
hammerless shotgun; good condition;
will swap or sell. Make offer. Address
S. C. 664. Bee.
HAVE FULL BLOOD WHITE ROCK
cockerel which 1 will swap for another
White Rock cockerel that I can use for
breeding; Is a fine, full in own fowl and
not quite a year old. Write at once. First
rood offer takes it. e. -. wo
OARDEN TOOLS AND SHRUBS OF
any kind wanted for house or offlco
furniture; have roll top desk, two chairs,
chiffonier, leather parlor "chair. Address
t i. Mi nee.
PRINTING AND PAINTING WANTED
111 exchange for dentistry. Address S.
C. 607. Bee.
WILL TRADE A SEWING MACHINE
for bookcase or buffet. Address S. C.
INDIAN CURIOS, private collection,
genuine buckskin, bead work, clubs
pipes, etc.; beautiful and rare decora
tions for den. Will trado or sell. Ad-
dress S. C. 559. Bee.
I HAVE A GOOD. HEALTHY TEAR
ling colt I would trade for calves. Make
mo oner. Address a. v;. cm. -j-c.
CLEAR LOT. EXCHANGE FOR ANY
kind of auto In running order. Address
S. C. 678. Bee.
GOOD LEATHER TOP HUUUV TO
swap for phonograph, or what have you
to offer? Am tearing down barn ami
have no place to keep buggy. Good
chance Address ts. u. w nor.
HAVE $800 EQUITY IN COTTAGE ;
will exchange for io, or ui
dress S. C. 376. nee.
TO SWAP ONE 3-DRAWER 6X8 CARD
cabinet for typewriter. Address S. C.
GOING AWAY". TRADE REMINGTON
visioie typewriter, annum irem
mond or article can use. Address S. C.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR
small Round Oak heating stovo used
only one month? Complete with pipes
and an extra set of grates. Address S.
C. 626. Bee.
CLEAR LOT FOR ROOMING HUOSB
of 10 or iz rooms. Address o. .
ALL-STEEL RANGE AND FURNITURE)
for swap or sale, Mako offer. Address
S. C. 679, Bee. .
SECOND-ILVND REMINGTON TYPE
writer to swap for good bicycle and
cash. Address B C 618, Bee.
$8,000 CLEAR MDSE. STOCK IN
Omaha, consisting of dry goods, no
tions, hats, gloves, shoes, etc. Fixtures,
$600 only. Want clear Omaha property or
clear land. Will assume If some cash
paid. Good location. Cash business. 8
C. 570, Bee. "
WOODEN LETTER FILING CABINET,
3 drawers, to swap for an office chair.
Address S. C. 605, Bee.
WHAT have you to swap for a set of
golden oak quarter-sawed dining-room
furniture and a Solar steel range in good
condition? Address S. C. 600, Bee.
FOR SALE OR. EXCHANGE R. E.
WILL trade one or two quarter sec
tions Idaho land In Twin Falls county
lor general mercantile or hardware stocks.
Land $.Ai an acre; small encumbrance.
Twin Falls Realty Co.. Twin Falls,
SEVEN-ROOM, modern, 100x160 lot: will
trade for smaller place or acreage. 3840
Franklin. Webster 4079.
WANTED A good, well located mov
ing pitcure theater, In exchange for a
substantial grocery business located In
Nebraska county scat. Give all par
ticulars and price In first letter. Address
Y 482. Bee.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
REAL ESTATE LOANS.
HARRISON & MORTON. 916 Om. Nat.
OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
1016 Omaha Nat. VDouglas 2715.
$100 to 310,000 made promptly. F. D.
Wead. Wead Bldg., ISth and Farnam.
CITY LOANS. Bemls-Carlberg Co.,;cr
310-312 Brandeis Theater Bldg. u0
WANTED City loans. Peters Trust Co.
GrARVIN BROS Lans, $500 and up.
-rj.v v -! xjxvvjo. omahii Nat Bank.
CITY property. Largo loans a specialty.
W. H. Thomas. 228 State Bank Bldg.
WANTED City loans and warrants.
W, Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam.
CITY and farm loans. 6, 514. 6 per cent
J. H. Dumont & Co.. 1603 Farnam, Omaha.
MONEY" on hand for eltv .mrl farm
loans. H. W. Binder. City Nat. i! Bldg.
REAL KSTATl'i WANTED.
HAVE cash buyers for good vacant
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY.
Phone Douglas 17S1. Wre Block.
WANTED TO RUV.
Highest price paid for furniture. D.37
WANTED TO RENT.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OPWEST
9H1P llv o n n L- a...u .
----- ............. ,u winana. save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign!
Ton recolve PTomVt and careful attln
Live Stock Commission Slcrchnnt.
MARTIN BROS & CO.. Exchange Bldg.
MRTV Vl-im.' l. .
...... w.vk, .unun alUTALS
fad,nJlfy at -75Ga-8B: london, 18 17s
ft 7 TL1 . .., i-onoon,
1.1 is 1 bd. Copper, steady; standard, snot
f1d Vk,,MfiM-tt! ectrolytlc. 4.5
lake. J16.00, nominal; castings, H1.371. TI11
easy; spot. 7. 75088. 36. June. J3S.oiaJS.tU.'
Antimony, dull; Cookson's, J7.2S. Iron
quiet; No. 1 northern, 13.5?i 16.0; No i
northern. JH.50615.00; No. 1 southern
London prices: topper, steady; spot. 61
m?J ,f,utuI"' thi -1?.d- Tin. firm; spot.
IJJ2 10s; futures, 171 is. Iron. Cleveland
warrant, no 7!id.
ST- LOUIS. March 30.-METALS-Lead.
quiet at Si.7a. Spelter, dull at Jl 12U.
Olla and Hosln.
NEW YORK, .March 30. COTTONSEED
OIL Steady; prime summer yellow, tl.tb;
May, J7.60; July. J7.; September. J7.70.
ROhl.N-Qulet; strained, common to
TU'RPENTINE-Steady. machine bar
SAVANNAH, Ga.. March 30. TURPEN
TINE Firm at 4ic; sales, none, re
ceipts, 38 bbls.; shipments, 3S7 bbls.;
stocks. 11,863 bbls.
ROSIN-Flrm: sales. 260 bbls ; receipts,
1,691 bbls.; shipments. S.3S4 bbls.: stocks.
1I2.30S bbls. Quotations: A, B, C and
D, JJ.76; B. J3.77i; V. J3.W; G. J3.0J; II.
J4.10; I, J4.12H; K. J4.16; M, J4.60; N, JJ.60
WG. J8.S6; WW, J420. '
NEW YORK, March 30.-COFFEE Tho
coffee market opened steady at a decline
of 7 to 8 points today in response to re
actionary European cables and scattering
liquidation, but quickly rallied on a re
newal of bull support and covering
Higher firm offers from Brazil, steadier
closing cables from Havro and talk of
a better Brazilian financial situation were
the factors on the advance. The mar
ket closed firm and from 13 to 16 points
net higher. Sales were SS.5S0 bags.
March, 8.Slc. May. 8,91c, July, 9.00c. Sep
tember, 926c October, 9.34c, De'-cmber.
9.4ic January, 9.60c Ppot, steady, Rio
No. 7. 9c, Santos No 4, lli , mild, quiet,
Cordova, 12HtflSV- nominal
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Interest in Corn is the Largest in
FORMER WINNERS NOW LOSERS
Mnny Tritdrr Who Itntr necii Jink-
Inn Good Martina In Hip Yellow
Cereal Are on Loalnit side
itf the Gnme.
OMAHA. Starch 30. 1914.
1 . . . . . . , , . .
interest in com Is tne largest in
many months. In Hddltion to the hold
ings by the down state operators, Includ
ing farmers and others, there are big men
In tho east who have come Into corn out
of the cotton and stock markets. Tho
bullish developments In corn have been a
great surprise to the bears, as well as to
those who put out short lines with the
expectation of securing a profit on reces-
Some of the larger tradrrs In this mar
ket and who have been quite successful
mrtnnrli. . . . 1 . i .... , . ...
...... v.. nu uerii uie largest loners in
corn lately. It was expected by these
tnnpnt.t.... 41... .... ,.,!. i ....
u-v....nvvin mm uir nifcin prices TCOU1U
bo more attractive to country holders of
the cash than has been shown and that
the shipments from the farms and out of
country elevators would be sensationally
The farmers, however, advanced their
asking price ns rapidly as the futures
and cash article advanced at Chicago,
and In addition to this the Argentine
corn was fairly well taken and conditions
nave been anything but extremely bear
ish at any time.
According to advice received from the
,?," an1 ouhwt uie Saturday, the
buying power for cah corn Is on the
iii.t It, v. " "ago trom Boston said
tin - bu.,nB "lie is pretty well filled
co"s,lt'erablc corn has been sold to
fif. cl1,1caso " been unable to sell
e"?lvH0Ui,ntl l0,t8 or tn' corn, as bid, re-
S 1hnertre.Llav'' beIOw "king
price and those sect ons wanting corn
dlsVosne eo,th,h '"""-""on that In o?der to
PricPe.8ewlll rule. SUrP,U" "eld hCre low"
i.Ji?e wno (lon't bfllfve In the present
go ! L(Korl""Vi,re "lvlslng customers to
?h.,n mnk,lnR Purchases, as they fig.
ThosV1 f r f ' about due.
7.,..l,wno. bellev" In corn are advising
fng spoVs! RVOld the adVanceB a b"
enTfiJ'' "V.1.9 ,n tne wheftt ltatlon to
encourage either a bull or a bear n
nrom I1.1! the "Potation Sf securh'g a
FhSni" near future- !" conseqiiencS
fUtnrS fi1, lt th.e Ings of the May
i?Bro excP'od There are two clr-
k0?ti,nC.?,irround'l.,,r. thn. wllcat ""or
.iat mRy be called dec dedly bearish,
and hkiif .demand ir, the cash wheat
Ki JJf?1 crSp. Prom' In the south
west nre referred to.
Cash wheat was UJic lower,
in .i atJ! market ts likely to continue
In the footsteps of corn, as has been the
IrSyj;0- al V.n as In the visible, aro
a?e in fv2i'eU,1.' "jovement, while they
are in ravor of the bears.
Cash oats were iQlc lower.
i,i .i,!1"!,?"l,!or', who aro c'e to tho
miitttlon ln0 west ar banking on
th. S?I,r. run ,b?cause of weakness of
n2 ",arH.et coupled with the muddy roads.
.?.? ' iere Ua teen some buying
scattered Interests, Including grail
TR? "tocks of manufactured prod
thi.8nL,?hicai.0 are claimed to bo any.
fiJJiS ut bllrdennie, although tho de-
!.at.nsfactorryhofC,,aBthe.arUCle hB8 b6Cn
-?&aiiances of w;'eat and flour were
57.000 bu.; com. 18,000 bit.; oats. 15,000 bu.
mVi Ill.e1iP001 whcttt clot,t,i Hft'Ho lower;
corn, ijo lower.
h,. 'marv. wheat receipts were 1.03,000
bu. and shipments 402.000 bu., against re-
ffl bu! ssftr-and 8h,pmcnt "
celpts of 4SS.OX) bu. and shipments of 334,
coo bu. last year.
Primary oats receipts were 832,000 bu.
rlJiSnlentB 95l0Ou. bu" "Balnst receipts
of 649,000 bu. and shipments of 619,000 bu.
These cash sales were reported Wheat.
nar- w'"ter. 2 cars (dark) at 86c.
7.if? at. 5 N?- s 1,ar1 "Inter, 1 car
&a)wat Pc' 1 car at Kc' 1 car at
Slfic; No. 2 durum, 1 car at 86c; rejected,
1 ,c,al' ai SJiic' 1 car nt 80c. Corn; No. 2
1,,le' . 9c,ars. at No- 3 white. 2
ears at 66ic. 6 cars at 6c, 1 car at 6&c.
5 cars at 65Hc No. 4 white, 2 cars at 65c. i
car at 64o; No. 2 yellow, is cars at 65Hc;
No. 3 yellow, 12 cara at 65Vic, 3 cars at
65V4C 26 cars at 65c, I car at 64;c, 3
cars at 64!4c No. 4 yellow, 4 oars at 64c;
No. 2 mixed, 12 cara at 66o; No. 3 mixed.
iParSiat 1 S?r nt wc 10 cars nt
64',4c. 8 caM at 64c, 1 car at 63c; No. 4
"lix! 1 car at 1 car at Wo, 1 car
at 63Hc, 1 car at 63Hc. 1 car at 63c, 1
car at 63Hc. Oats: Standard. 2 cars at 38c.
V-.carat 'ic; No. 3 white, 27 cars at
sjttc, 2 cars at 37c; No. 4 white, 13 cars at
37c; No. 1 mixed, 1 car at 3ttc; no grade.
1 car at 36Hc Rye. No. 4. 1 car at 56c.
..maha C'" Prices-Wheat; No. 2 hard.
84660; No. 3 hard. 83H4j854c; No 4
hard, 79383c; No. 3 spring S5HSS6c; No 4
spring, 82HfS4',ic; No. 2 durum, 85V4Kcl
66V,gc6i4c; No. 3 white, 65H66t;(; No. 4
i.L, uiwv , jt'UDw, DO',iw)c; rvo
3 yellow, 64VS5jMc; No. 4 yellow. 63144
64c; No. 2. 6t4S65c; No. 3, 63g6Rc; No. 4.
standard. 37?i03Sc;, No. 3 white, 37(S37Wc-
&c4 w.hlt0. T,c- Barley: Malting.
63ff2c; No. 1 feed. 4252c. Rye: No -5Sj68Hc;
No. 3, 6740JSC.
CAR EOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat Corn. Oats
Kansas City .
CHICAGO (JRAI.V AJVD PROVISIONS
Features of the Trnillnr and Closing,
Prices nn (J oar it or Trade.
CHICAOO. March 30.-Abundant mois
ture, that extended from the Allegbcneys
almost to the Rockies and gave sanction
to estimates of the largest winter crop
ever known, had a notable bearish Influ
ence today on wheat. In consequence, the
market after an unceasing decline, fin
ished weak, at a loss of llVic to lUQl"ic
net. Other speculative articles, too,
showed a setback; corn, c to HfrSc;
oats, ',c to H6'.4c. and provisions, 5iil7Hc
Selling pressure on tho new crop de
liveries of wheat became so pronounced
as to disturb seriously the confidence of
holders of cash wheat and May. Tlif
bountiful rains of the last three days had
widened out to Include even the dry por
tions of Kansas, where complaints have
been numerous of late. In addition one
of the leading oxperts had gone on record
as predicting a winter crop yield of more
than 600000,000 bushels this season as
compared with 633,000.000 bushels lust year
the biggest previous record.
Leading houses that have not heretofore
been Identified with the bear side In
wheat came out openly on today s break.
Much Btrcss was laid on advices tending
to show that there had been virtually
no acreage loss from winter killing, and
that the seeded territory possessed an
amplitude never before equalled
Corn succumbed with wheat and be
cause of lack of demand for the 12,000.000
bushels stock here, n large part of which
s winter shelled and la liable to de
teriorate. Most of the selling came from
bear speculators, who showed Increased
courage Oats felt the Influence of con
tinued free arrivals and the fact that In
vestment and shipping call was poor.
In provisions. Ilquldutlng and short sell
ing formed the rule as generally as with
grain. The chief argument was that cur
rent levels were too high.
Artlclel Open. I Hlgh.l Low, jciose. I 8af y
92T4 93 921), 92U 934
S8H 674. 87 Si
6S 68&i 68 K84
S9i U 39 I 23 S9i4
W 40 I 30, 39S u
21 Of. 21 05 I 20 76 f 20 80 f 21 C6
n 22H 21 SiHI 20 874' 20 90 21 20
10 624 10 Wf 10 4 10 43 10 614
10 724; 10 724j 10 6241 10 624 10 62V?
It 2241 II 4' 11 03 ' U 05 ' 11 25
11 40 I 11 40 11 174l 11 20 I 11 40
l'hl ago Cash Prices-Wheat No.
X' VP 54c, No. 3 red XWqOlht, No, 2
JJ'tc, No 3 hard, S1',fiPlV. No 2 north-
cm, MiIWM'fc. No 3 northern, MHUWS, .
No. H spring, MifM . No. 3 spring, 9w
94vc Corn No 2 c; No. 2 yellow.
BSHc; No. 3. No 3 white, tff
c. No. S ellow. liHKISc. Oaia: No. z
white. 40Hc: No. 3 white. m.t8V.
standard. JHJt4c. Rje: No. 2, SSHc
Barley. 4Wdr. Timothy 3.2$nf4.7.
Clover S tiffl3.00. Pork: $J0 90. Lard.
J10.J7HO. Ribs: 10.3,4f1l UH.
Bl'TTKR Pteady : creameries, IStfllV
EGOS Lower; receipts, 30,110 cases; at
mark, cases Included, lTfltSe. ordinary
firsts, 17t,G17V. firsts, 17U18V.
CHBESE-Steady; daisies. Uc, twins,
16f 17c. Americas. 17'I7Hk;: long horns,
POTATOES Steady: receipts. 72 cars:
Michigan. Minnesota and Wisconsin, red.
eSjJc; Michigan. Minnesota and Wiscon
sin, white. 68flSr.
POCLTUY-Allvr. higher: spring. ISc;
NISW AOniv (ili.MiltAl, .MARKET
(liiotn Hour of the l)ny nn nrlon
NEW YORK. Maich W.-KLOIR-Barcly
steady, spring patents, $4.6t44 ia.
winter strnlghts. $1 3tj4.: winter pat
ents. tt.lOfi4 76. siirlng clears. ll.IW4.lu;
extra No. 1 winter. J.t.WfiC 7:,: extra No. 2
winter. W-353-M". Kansas straights, tl 10
WHEAT Spot market. steadN . No. i
hard winter, J1.00, c, 1. f., New York, No.
2 hard winter, H.O). c. I. f., New York.
No. 2 red. Sl.Ou. elevator. No 1 northern.
Duluth. Jl.Ol'i; No. 1 northern, Manitoba.
fl.US, f. o. b.. afloat, opening navigation.
Futures, weak and lower, owing to bear
ish crop and weather news from the
southwest, cloflng nt Ir net decline Ma,
$l!00?i. July. SHiijc; September. !tVic.
CORN Spot barely steady; No. 3 yel
low, 7tUc, c. I, f., to uirlve.
OATS Spot easy; standard white. 45'n
(fitSc. No. 3. ;U4.)S4o, fancy clipped white,
HAY Quiet; standard, J1.00. No. 1.
Jl.OiHWI W; No. 2. Kc. No. i3, SOJIOOc.
HOPS Steady; state common to choice,
1PI3, 3i$l44e: 1912, 17jf21c; l'aclflc const.
1913, 1M?4!3c, 1912. 1.MT19C.
HIDES-Steudy; Bogota, 23',4ljWsc; Ccn
tral America, 300304c.
PETItOLKl'M Uteady; refined. New
York, bulk. J5.25, barrels. SS75. tascs.
WOOI-Steady, domestic fleece, XX
LEATHER Firm; hemlock firsts, 30r;
PROVISIONS - Pork barely steady,
mess, $23.00023.50; family, J24.0O26.0O:
short clears, 20.35if22.00. Beef, quiet;
mess. JI8.005jl8.50, family. llS-tXjOXOO. Cut
meats, steady; pickled bellies. 10 to 14
lbs, S13.3oifl4.54; pickled hams, 14.25$M4.50.
Lard, weak; middle west. $10.4(SnO.W; re
fined, easy; continent, '$11.05, fouth Amor
lea, 111.76; compound, 8.37HS.62W.
TALLOW Stendy. city, 6c; country,
6061,0; special, 6TiC
BCTTKR Murket steady; receipts 4,818
tubs; creamery extras, i&tfl'ioHc; first',
23H8 24Hc; held extras, 23fl23i4c; process
CHEESE Market, steady, receipts 2JA
boxes; state whole milk held whites, spe
cials, 19c; state whole milk hold colored,
specials, 19'4c; state whole milk held
whites, overage fancy. IS'WrlSc,
KQaS .Market, steady; ro-elpts, 29,209
cases; fresh gathered cxtrhfi, 22o; firsts,
storage packed, 2lc; fresh gathered firsts,
ltt'ltiMlic, nearby hennry, white to fancy,
254f26c, nearby hennry gather whites, 2&o.
I'Ol'LTRY' Oresshd. quiet; fresh killed
wfintcrn chlcken,s, 14'324c; fowls, 15tjlM4c
OatAIIA GHNEItAli BIARKET.
BUTTER No. 1, 1-lb. carton, nc; No.
1, 60-lb. tubs, 27c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. 30c; Amer
ican Swiss, 24c; block Swiss, 22c; twins,
21c: daisies. 21c: triplets. 21c: Young.
Americas, 22c; blue label brick, lSttc; lira-
burger, 2-lb., wc; New iorK wnito, sic-
FISH White, lie;, trout, ISc; large crap,
pies, 12c to 10c; Spanish mackerel, 16c;
shad roe .per pair. 60c; salmon. 11c; hall
hut. 12c; buffalo. Sc: channel catfish. 16c;
pike, 12c; pickerel, De.
POULTRY Broilers. 25c; hens. He;
cocks, 9Hc; ducks, 14c; geese, 10c; turkeys.
25c; pigeons, per aozen. si.w; cjucks, mil
reatnerea, uc, goeee, tun icatnorea, itic;
squabs. No. 1, Jl.6Ojy2.00i No. 2, 60c.
Wholesale prices of beet cuts offeotlve
today in Omaha are as follows:
BEEF CUTS-Rlbs: No. 1, 18c; No. 2,
16Wc; No. 3, HVic. Loins; No. 1, 19'4o;
No. 2, 17c: No. 3, 15Hc Chucks: No. 1,
Hlic; No. 2, 10V4c; No. 3, 10c. Rounds: No,
1, lie; No. 2. 13V4c: No. 3, 13Vo. Plates;
No. 1. fl'.Sc; No. 2. 8Kc; No. 3, hVlc.
The following prices are furnished by
the Glllnsky Fruit company:
FRUITS .Sunklst oranges, all sizes.
12.60. Lemons: Sunklst Golden Bowl,
300 and S60, 13.60; Red Bull Sil
ver cord, 300 ana zw, 14.50. Grape
fruit; Indian River, 36, 83.50: 46. W,
14.25; 64, 14.60 ; 64 and SO, $5.(0. Bananas,
per pound 3 to 3V4c Apples: Colorado
Missouri Pippin, per box, sz.iti; Colorado
Ben Dan-Is, per box, $2.25; Colorado White
Pearmaln, per box, $2.60; Idaho Wlncsaps,
per box, $&60; extra fancy barrel Ben
Davis, 16.50; extra fancy barrel Qano,
$6.60; extra fancy barrel Missouri Pip
pins, $7.00; extra fancy barrel Wlnesaps,
FRESH VEGETABLES Beets, per
dox., 60c; carrots, per doi., too; spinach,
per doz., GOc; turnips, per doz., 50c; shal
lot, per doz., 45c; parsley, per doz., 40c,
radishes, per doz., 50c; head lettuce, per
doz., $1.00; leaf lettuce, per doz., 40c; egg
plant, por doz., $1.50; artichokes, per doz.,
$2.00; Brussel sprouts, per lb., 'Mo; new
potatoes, per lb.. 7c; celery, per doz., $1;
Florida celery, per crate, $3; peppors, por
basket. 60c, cauliflower, per doz.. $1.75;
beans, per hamper, $4.H); cucumbers, per"
doz., $1.50 to $2; asparagus, per doz., $4;
new cabbazo, per lb., 2Hc, rhubarb, per
box, $2.25; rhubarb, per box, $2.25. Florida
tomatoes, fancy, per crate, $4: Florida
tomatoes, choice. ncr crate, $3.60.
OLD VEGETABLES Now York cab
mage, per lb., 2V4c; sweet potatoes, per
hamper. $1.50; parsnips, per lb., 2c; beets,
per lb., 2c; carrots, per lb,, 2c; turnips,
per lb., 2c, Red River Ohio potatoes, per
bu., $1.00; Idaho potatoes, per bu., Mr;
Early Rose potatoes, 85c; red onions, por
bu , $3.00; yellow onions, per bu., $3 00,
.Spanish onions, per crate, $2.00.
Kansas City nrnln nnd Provisions.
KANSAS CITY'. March 30.-WIIEAT
No. 2 hard, SCSOOc; No. 2 red. SOftuic,
May. S5flfcS4c, July, 82'.4c
CORN No. 2 mixed, 68c. No. 3. 67fl
68c; No. 2 white. 68V4SVac; No. 3, 67'4)
fiSHc; May. (KHc: July, 70Vj70i,ir.
OATS No. 2 white. iVc; No. S mixed,
BCTTER-Creamery. 25c: firsts, ile;
seconds, 22c; packing, 144c.
KGG8 Firsts. 154c; seconds, Uc
POULTRY Hens, 13c; springs. 15c.
Minneapolis Criiln Mnrkrf.
MINNEAPOLIS. March 30. WH EAT
No. 2 hard. 93!4Q93Hc; No. 1 northern.
90H92c; No. 2 northern, 8SM0OV; No.
F LOV R L'nchangcd.
CORN No. 3 yellow, 63fi02',ic.
OATS No. 3 white. SGijMUc.
I.lvrrnool (i.ntn .tlnrLct,
LIVERPOOL. March 30.-WHEAT-.Spot
quiet; No. 2 red western winter, 7s 3'd;
No. 1 Manitoba, 7s 4V4d; No. 2. 7s 341:
No 3, 7s 2d. Futures easy; March, 7s
2id; May, 7s 2?id; July, 7s 2Hd.
CORN Spot market steady: American
I mixed, 6s 8d. I -a Plata futures easy;
July, 4s 7id.
FLOUR winter patents. u 3.1
HOPS In Iindon. Pacific coast, ( 10y
S(. I.imiIh (ieneral MnrLct.
ST. LOl'18, March 30.-WIIEAT-.o. ;
red. 4fiMc; No. 2 hard, aijfosc, May.
91'ic- July, S4'tc.
CORN-No 2. 6Sr; No. 2 while. 7I :
May, 70'.c: July, "OHJVTWic
OATS-No. 2. 40c: No. 2 white,
May. 36c; July. 3014c
I2nornteil Apple hiiiI llrlril I'riill
NEW YORK. March 30.-BVAPO-
RATED APPLBS-Klrm; fanoj. ile -
i,ni Kmmiin- nrim ui..fiUn
DRIED ERUITS-Prunoa. steady, ('all
ftti.las, 3Ti0124-: Oregon, 10912c Apri
cots firm, choice, 14$itJ15o; extra choice,
ll-V'igific, fancy. I6'ifif 17c. Peaches, steady,
crclce. 6VWWic, extra choice, 6!4fTWji
fancy. 70S-. Railns, dull; loose musca
tels, 6U7io: choice fanoy seeded. Wff
Mc; seedless, 6J7e. London layers,
Omaha Mar Market.
PRAIRIE HAY No. 1 choice upland,
tml: No. 2 choice upland. $8.Vfll0. No.
3 choice upland. $6458; No. 1 choice mid
land, $8.50jj!3.60; So. 2 choice midland,
$800.50: No. 3 choke midland, $6438. No.
1 choice lowland. $7fj6; No. 2 choice low
land, $6ft7. No 2 choice lowland, $Ko.
ALFAI KA -Chol'C, peagreen. leafy, fine
sttm $m.l4, No. 1 linn Nr 2, $9ll
NJ ?., TSJ9
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Very Slow Sellers and Most
HOGS SLOW TO FIVE CENTS OFF
Shep nnrt l.nmhi Ten to Thirty
HlKhcr Vnlnr llintirst Nltirc
thr Month nt Jnnnnr)
nnd I'nlrly Active.
SOt'TH OMAHA. March 30. 1914.
Receipts weie- I'avtti. Hogs SheP
Estimate Monday .. S.0 6.- 7.508
anle day last week . LOW
Same day 5 weeks ago. 4,111
Samo day 3 weeks ago. 6,30i
fame day 4 weeks ago. 5.706
Same day last year... 3.30
Hie following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hugs and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with last year:
1914 1913 Inc. Dee.
Cattle 2S1.5JI 381,672 10.14$
Hogs 7S4.! 753.930 19.553
Sheep esi.OtfO 561.S80 131,211
The following table shows the range of
prices for hoes at thn South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
Date. 1PH. I1I13. 1H2.I1911. 11910.11900. 11908.
34W 8 321 16 75110 23
6 531 4 38
( 10) I 31
6 481 4 85
6 471 4 37
8 3IS 8 4d 6 80 10 27
8 40U 8 451
6 48 (10 37!
13. 8 60H 8 69
6 66 n 63
11.1 8 55V i 67
6 45) 58110 34
6 69 6 60110 42
16.1 1 6 571
is S 444
6 53 6 73,10 35(
6 til 4 15
6 551 4 54
6 501 1 M
17 8 S8i 8 71.
IS. 8 43 1 8 74) 56 6 52
10 54 6 501 1 M
I J , s to n G5
10 6V 6 4( 4 nJ
I 6 441 4 36
8 8 69 It Ml 6 36!
8 54 I 8 791 7 10 6 45
10 531 4 73
Mnr. 2,1 s 67UI 8 811 7 (V 47ilO 49 241
Mnr. 2S.' 8 12141 6 9S S 4V10 01 1 6 56 4 79
Mar. 25. 8 5(4, 8 901 6 41110 C3 6 61 4 80
Mnr. 26 I 8 V S STi 7 Oil 6 3&10 ittl it f 4 Si
Mar. i;i s js.i s si t ni
fi KI10 65 6 m 4 89
Mar. 28 8 41N, S Sll 7 48
6 ClIO 70! ' 5 50
6 32110 71 6 6S
6 2410 6S 6 58 3 57
M.tr. 29 K S6 7 66
Mar. 30. 8 I24I I 7 711
Receipts nnd disposition of live slock
nt tho Union stock yards, South Omnlm.
for the twenty-four hours ending at :t
o'clock yesterday :
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep H'r's.
C. M. A St. P ft 3
Wabash 1 .. ..
Missouri Pacific... 5
Union Pacific 19 9 4 5
C. N. W., cast.. 19
C. N. W., west.. 19
C. St. P., M. & O.. 15
C, B. At Q., rust... 10
C, B. & Q., west.. 4'i
C., IL I. & P.. east 7
Illinois Central 4
C. G. W 10
Total receipts. ...159
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Morris & Co 330
Swift & Co 412
Cudahy Packing Co.... BIS
Armour A: Co 384
J. W. Murphy
Lincoln Packing Co.... 123
8. O. Packing Co 1
Hill & Bon 163
F. B. lwls 1
Huston A Co 160
J. B. Root A Co 50
J. II. Bulla 197
McCreary t Kellogg.. 107
Wcrthetmor & Degcn.. 235
II P. Hamilton 12
Sullivan Bros 27
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co.. 175
Baker, Jones ft H 32
Tanner Bros 47
John Harvey 6S
D. & Francis 92
Other buyers 476
CATTLE Recelnts were llaht at
point, but large nt most other markets,
especially at Chlcnao nnd Kansas L'llv.
Reports from other selling points woro
very discouraging and thero was an entire
lack of snap and llfo to the trade.
Fat steers were not only slow, but gen
erally 10c lower than last week's closo.
Tha best yearling heifers were about
steady, but the general cow trado was
slow tp 10c lower
Blockers and feeders were steady to ns
much ns lOo lower than Inet week. It was
very late before a clearance was effected.
Quotations on cattlei Good to cholco
beef steers, $S.20Jr.8u, fair to good beef
steers. $8.0038 20; common to fair beef
eteers, $7.26Q8.00; goodj to choice cornfed
heifers, $7.25(87.75: good to choice cornfed
cows, $(1.6037.25, fair to good grades, $3.60
JW.50; common to fair grades, It.Zsas.fcO;
good to choice stockers and feeders, $7 75
8.25; fair to good stockers and feeders,
$7.2607,75: common to fair stockers and
feeders, $6.50(87.20; stock cows and heifers,
$6.0007.50; stock calves, Iti.tO&s.OO; veal
calves, $7.60(30.60; bulls, stags, tc, th 1
Av I'r. No. .Ar. pr.
..! W 2 1104 7 M
93' 7 iO II UK 7 II
.... i 7 4'j ii nn 7 &
. .. J7 7 ts 41 irffj 7 M
...AVOi 7 7 17 UJj t UJ
....1119 7 W 1J U70 111
::::il8 1 su "M ,,s
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
IV . . .
:o im 17..
. . l'JKl
.. M 7 60 SO ,
.."tl 7 44 1!
.. in 4 ts
.. u i on i
.. ttb i u u
..IU Ml 1
..1047 31 y
..1130 fO II
..uta 60 u
. . 116i 6 6,-
771 7 M
til 7 30
110 7 SO
460 7 n
855 7 00
600 7 W
... tit 7 00
U3 7 10
... tu iw
...neo 4 7 l
...i:o t k i
...ISM 6 IK) 1
...mo i co a
... 370 I M
. . 1(0 i to l
... 270 1
... S t t-i 7...,
... 270 t Ti 1 ..1
m i so
170 I ftO
210 9 76
!0 9 J6j !...... .
HTOCKERS AND FEEDERS
i m i i8.
il 7 tt
440 7 40
M'J 7 U
400 7 7i
it J10W 7 2d 11
12 lit 7 10 M
t 740 7 tO 2J
40 IOuS 7 M 2
7 641 7 M 40
31 holfere. . S20 60 9 heifers
14 feeders.. 065 7 30 I bull....
630 6 .70
.1230 6 00
HOUh-On tho strength of a kllght ad
vance at other points shippers and pecu
lators bought a number of good light and
hutrher weight hogs enrly that looked to
be d nickel higher. Meveial lonriy iiinv
...K" i uacr uiu
I tlim lean and slariea out bidding about
'; coining much sold at tn.s time,
aH, nalesmen wore working for higher
priuea, hiiii wnen unutr me "nriijeiice of
' woakonod Prices In Chicago early bids
. woakonod prices In Chicago early bids
'leased off the big end of the supply was
I still unsold. Even after the trado began
'jto look shaky most of the sellers hunr
on. aim in me eno values braced uu
again, so that when the supply moved
prices were almost as good as the ear
lier bids, or steady to possibly a shade
er",,;a Saturday's Vveraie
i 1?,,' ,iow hrouiihout J fh
(was now iiiruuKnuui anil me c
extremely draggy. so' that a clearance
whs not made until late In the forenoon
The general market can be quoted,
steady, a any weakness shown In the
killer market Is covered by the strength
In shipping grades. Bulk of the offer
ings moved at JS.40fl8.45, the larger string
being at $3.40, and u number of loads
No. At fib Pr. So. Av gb. Pr.
74 ... M 1C1 IU 74 SOS 40 t 49
.1441 . 1 It 117 IM ... 49
a m 40 t ii', 77 :i ho 1 4
M .... 2I ... 1 40 7 M ... 1 40
27 $44 ... 1 40 t ... 1 40
II It M0 1 19 60 SU Ml m
71 119 . I 40 6 . . 24)1 . I 4IU
47 IK 40 I 10 7 ... M7 40 I 4IV
-.1 . Ill M I It C. 147 I 11 U
; 214 40 "fc 311 10 I IJI,
S 14S I 4n M 201 4Ji
tt ::t no s 40 it li i,
-1 -.'47 I 40 T Jll HI I 4.',
(I iu to "i ' j;o i ts
M 5T tM f 11 ?U 19 I t.,
m . n M w th
M till . I A TO . Mt . t 4t
II . .. Ill SI. .. . lit
17 at .. I M Mt . . S Vi
(I . .Ml Jl . VI
i .... lit im m y iw i wi
?k . HI M M U III M 1 M
i . .ne . . a 7i n h H
m : . . 1 1 n ... in y
SIIKKP-A very light run of ihe;. and
lambs for a Monday, not only here but
on the whole market elrculi. gave sellers
another opportunity of boosting prices
this morning, the sharp adtanre on the
best grades of both sheep and lambs
amounting to JOtjIOo. Of course the Im
provement In values was In a large meas
ure due to tho unusually light receipts,
and If theie had been anything like a
normal run or hiuers :tt tho disposal of
buyers In all probsblllny the upward
tendency to prices would not have been
nearly so pronounced. The medium sheep
and lanibt were not ns much sought after,
consequent! prices on them did not Im
prove as much, the advance on such
Krmic belli: no more than about 10U30o.
the general trade was Just as spirited
ps nt the rlo.e of last week, resulting In
an early clearance.
No strictly good Mexican offerlnrs of
any klml were on sslc. and the big bulk
of the killers belonge dto tho fed west
ern class, the average quality being fairly
good. A little better than a car of fed
western lnmhs made, a new top for any
kind of lambs since January, the price
being $.I5. A large proportion of the
fed western grades moved anywhere from
$7.3O0,7 9O, according to weight and qual
ity. Fed western ewes were In better sup
ply than in setrral days nnd made up
about half of the day' receipts. Homo
were good enough to bring $6.35, which
Is a new top since $7 was paid In April
of last .sear. The most of the transac
tion were Included within a range at
Only some 7.500 head constituted the
day s receipts, a against 16,663 last Men
dn . 17,374 two weeks ngo and 13,000 a
Quotations on sheen and Inmbs: Litmbs,
Mexican, $7.90dS.40. lambs, good to choice
western. $7 75'G8.I5; Inmbs, fair to good
western. $7.30117.75: lambs, culls. $3.60
6.50: yearlings, light, $6. 10i7.60: yearlings,
heavy, $6.7507.10; wethers, good to choice.
k.mU6.75: wether, fair to goou, a.Nir
6.50: ewes, good to choice. $6.m35;
ewes, fair to good. $5.70$,0.00.
ISO. av. jt.
341 cornfed lamb 78 8 15
400 Idaho lambs 7 90
21 culls 85 6 50
1R3 rornfed lambs 69 7 W
S?6 Colorado ewes 7 W
60 culls 75 4 50
215 cornfed ewes W 85
DOI Wvomlns lambs 62 7 30
761 Wyoming lambs 76 7 MJ
iw cornfeil ewes "
126 Wyoming ewes HI 2
221 cornfed ewes 9
204 cornfel ewes S w
108 Wyoming feeder Inmbs 63 $0
234 Colorado lamb 80 R05
215 Colorado lamb J
184 Colorado lambs "
217 Colorado lambs 8 f?
210 Colorado lambs 1 7 w
61 Colorado yearlings ' r?
223 Colorado owes 6 X
184 Colorado ewes 89 6 So
117 Colorado lambs 81 So
246 Colorado lambs 1 J .5
261 Colorado lambs 81 7 7o
161 Colorado lamb j oo
149 Colorado lambs 83 7 8
209 Colorado lambs $2
114 Colorado lambs
CHICAGO laVB KTOCK MARKET
Cattle Close Weak and Slostly Ten
to Fifteen Cents l,OTer.
CHICAGO. March SO.-CATTLE-Re-nim
?i out hml: market closed weak
and mostly lW15e lower, bcoxes, $5.95
9.to; Texas sloers, j.:utjs.jj; wesiorn
stcors. u.9USfS.w; siocncrs uiiu ":
$5.5O'8.0O: cow and heifers, $3.6Stf.40;
iirinnnini MHO head: market
ur.kettlcd, oped 6o higher, later declined
fully 10c; bulk of sale, $8.50U.66; light,
$S.60J8.70; mixed, $8.3698.65; heavy, $8.25
4JS.65; rough, $8.25Q.40; pigs, $7.r38.60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 22,001
head; market mostly 10316c higher; na-
live. lo..vii.w; wcsicru, ,rui..wf j -ling.
$8.2S87.76: natlvo lambs, $7.36ti.35;
western imus, (.ua..
Kansas City lh Stock Market.
if ANSA R CtTTY. March 80. CATTLE
Receipts, 12,000 head; market steady to 16o
lower; prime fed steers. $8.50i3,9.2u: dressed
beef steers. $7.2508.40; western steers, $7.25
fi.40; soutnern steers, ii.wbo.w; rows,
$4.507.50; heifers. $6.ttJ.tO! Blockers Bnd
feeders, $6507.8S; bulls, $5.7567.25;
iincinTiorolniii 7.700 head: market
steady to 6c higher; bulk of sales, $7.30tf
8.56, heavy, i.Mxrs.6u; pacKars ana uuicn
rn M.4i1l.Ui tluht. $8.20)98.60.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 13,000
head; market, steady to llo mgncr; lamns.
$7,00fl8.2A; yearlings. iu.uia-(.M; womers,
$;..D056..W; owes, $5.6016.25,
St, I.onls Lire Stock Market.
ST. mitlR. March 20. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.0CO head; market 10c lower; beef
Hears, $7.60fif0.25; cows and heifers, $4.2.Mfj)
8.75; stockers and feeders, $5.00(63.00; south
ern steers, $5.754200; cows and heifers,
Jl MWfrt.lV,: calves. $6.0090.90.
HOaS Receipts, 8,600 head; market
steady; pigs and lights, $7.001fS.80; nilxed
and butchers, $8.7008.60; good, heavy, $8.70
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. iOO
hfad; market. ISiJJCSc higher; muttons
$5,76C.W. lambs, $7.00fllU5.
Sioux Cltr Mvrt Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia. March 30,-CATTLE-
Rccclpts. 2.S00; market 10a lower; natlvo
steer, (6.768.23; butchers, $5.7&U7..o; cows
and heifers. $5.WM17.(Hl canners, $4.w.w;
stockers nnd feeders, W.65IT7.40; calves,
l8.O0S9.oo; bulls, stags, etc.. 5.whw.60.
HOGS Receipts, 2.600: market 6 cents
higher; heavy, $8.37HS8.40; mixed,
8.37H; light. $x.35; bulk of sales, $.a.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 300
head; market lOfilSc lower; fed muttons,
$6.00ib'.75; wethers. $5.2Sft6.00; ewes, $l.606
5.25; minus, wi,ui.
SI. Joseph Lire Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH1. March M.-CATTLE-Re
relnts. 1.600 head: market alow: steers.
$7.009.00; cows and heifers, $l.0ae,60;
HOGS Receipts, 3,200 head; market
strong to 6o higher, top, $8.65; bulk. $8.40
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 10.0W
heud; market strong to 10c higher; lambs,
l,le StonU In Hliilit.
Receipts of live stock at the six prin
cipal western markets wore as follows:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
f-'ioux City 2,800 2,5"0 300
St. Louis 2,000 8,500 700
Kansas City 12,(00 7.70O 13.000
Chicago 21.000 6,000 22,000
South Omaha 3.RO0 5.320 7,500
St. Joseph 1.500 3,200 11,000
61.600 32.230 53,500
NEW VORK. March SO.-COTTON-Fu-turei
closed steady; March. 13.27c: May,
12.46c; July. 1211c. August, 11.90c; Octo
ber. 11.47c: December. 11.61c fipot.
steady, middling, 13.75c: gulf. 14.00c.
NEW YORK. March 30.-COTTON-Markct
closed a shade off from the boat
under realizing, but steady and 1 to JO
points net higher.
LIVERPOOL. March 30. - COTTON
Bpot, steady: good middling, 7.60.1; mid
dling, 7.1Sd; low middling. 6.7bd. sales,
I.fiitilnn Stork Mnrkrf
LONDON. March 30. American securi
ties were quiet and steady during the
early trading today. At noun prices ranged
from unchanged to t above parity.
Consols for money, 75H: for account.
75i (Mayt; L'nlon Pacific. 1624; bar sil
ver, riulet. 24d, money. HiO?H per cent,
short bills. 2 per cent; threo months, lifj
l'i per cent.
NEW YOBK. March 30.-SCGAR-naW.
straay: moiaases, -mz, crniruugai. :.kic
IlrV tioo.ts Miirkel.
NEW YORK. March 30 -DRY GOODS
Colton goods market was firmer for the
day. with buying of convertibles more
active. Raw silk was Irregular. Reports
have reached the market of low offerings
of dress fabrics In western markets.
Elaln Butter MnrLct.
K1A.IN. III. March 30.-BI TTEU
Weak at ri'iftK'tc
rminou. aicnu) 1 I'm iuoi, u.wu. vrunnen.
4.c; mould "A," 4.60c; cubes, 4.1So;
XJCJCX powdered, 4.05c; powdered, 4c; fine
granulated, $3.Mc; .diamond "A." 3.Wc;
confectioners "A.' 3.60c; No. 1, 3.65c.
NEW YORK JJTOGK MARKET
Speculation Reaches a State of
Deadlock at Session,
DECLINE IN PROGRESS HALTED
,nrU of Pnlillo Drninnd nnd IJotrn
irnrd Trend of Prices Cnnur
Trndrrs to Take Short
NEW YORK. March 30,-Speculatlon
reached n state of deadlock today. Thn
slow decline In progress last week was
halted, but little else was accomplished.
The lack of public demand for stocks and
the downward trend of prices caused
trader to take the short side In the
early dealings Professional pressure was
not severe, however. At noon a recovery
lhlgh Valley and New Haven led the
upturn of the afternoon Amalgamated
Copper also developed strength and In
the late session the western railroad
stocks moved upward smartly, so that
at the close a number of Issues showed
gnln of n point The average change,
however, was slight
North American extended Its recently
largii gain. Htudebakcr and Goodrich
were1 strong on reports of Increased busi
ness, .v few specialties gave way
sharply. Tobacco stocks once moro
weakened on the prospect of an anti
trust suit against the tobacco companies'
distributing agent. Oil shares were un
der pressure, with heaviest losses in
Mexican Petroleum Isiuer
The late advance In the western rail
road shares followed publication of St,
Paul's February report, which was in
contrast with the poor statements of
other large systems for last month. There
was an Increase of $117,000 In net earnings,
although gross felt off $119,000. Southern
reported a shrinkage of $318,000 In Kebru
ary net revenue.
Despite the cash loss snown in m
bank statement nf Saturday In place, of
the expected gain and notwithstanding
the preparations for the quarterly poy
ment to be made on April 1. the money
market reflected continued case. Tlmn
rates nnd commercial discounts again
were shaded slightly.
London's market was ns auu as mo
v.l- AvrhinirA and foreign repre
sentatives did little here. A few; orders
were executed, all of them on the buy
ing side and amounting to about 7.0W
hBonds reflected mild Pressure In spots.
Total sales, $1,900,000. United Btate bonds
were unchanged on can, ,..
Number of sales ana waning
on stocks were:
gain. Hlh. Low- Clejt.
11.100 7tf li'lt '
American nl puir
Aomlrtn Oiil pti .
Amrlfn C Y ..
Amrrlcsn Ootton Oil ...
Am. Ice Recurlllti.
Amrlean Locomottvo ...
Amerlctn 8. It
100 . S
Amfrlon . h. r '
Amr. ffuiir neflnlnf....
Amrlctn T. T
American Totacco .
Anaronoa MlnlnR Co .
Alchleon pM ,
1,100 102H 1014, 101'4
100 'JU H
COO ltl'4 IW'.a 1"'
104 2H4 31 24W
too II UU 3'k
V0 i M
Allamie coait una
Paltlmoro A Ohio
Ilrooklrn Hapl4 Tr ..
(harak 4V Ohio
Chicago O. W
Chlcaio. M. A Ht P.. .
Chicago N. W
Oolarado Fuel 4 Iron....
Ilaltwara A Hudson
Danrer Itlo Oranda.. .
nenrer A K. O. rt
niatlllarf 6turltlfa ....
Brla , -
Kile Iat IM
Erin M pld
Grrat Northern pM
Oraal Northarn Or ctta,
Intarbnraueh Met. ......
100 I1U (1 II
l.SOfl MH 1M4 99
too iu is:
4M liJIi 1471i 14
...r? . . 21
104 UU 11 18
2,200 :', 2S'i S)
... . 41
110 141 lll'i 1414
1,401 I2tU 1U4 121
100 1101 110U. 109
300 ll'k HH H'i
700 M l Ml
lnlarborouih Mil. pld.
miarDorouin n. piu... ."v ;
Intarnatlonat 1-arvaHar.. 1.400 10j 104, 10IJ,
Intar-Marlna pld . S;
Inlarnallonal Pvr:r .... iOO '4 JH
International I'ump ,..
Kaniaa I Ity Houthern -4,Vi
t,lrfa Itm Si
lltlih Vallar M00 I4I4 142U 14J1
loulavlll A Nhlll..
M.. 81. P. A . Hta. M.
Mlaaourl, K. A T
Nt It. It. of M. Id p(4..
Naw York Canlral........
N. V.. O. W
Norfolk A Weatarn
P , t. C. A St. It
I'reaaed Steel Car
Pullman Palace Car
t.ioo :i'4 :4t
l,0J W14 MS
4,500 110H 103. HOi
400 21 21 201,
tOO 41i UU 4SVt
200 l!l 111 191
17,100 !Ui 183'.
l.00 24 21 HVi
Republic Iron A Steal...
Ilmubllc t. A A. efd....
IOO 7M Ml
tt(k liland Co 400 4S
Itock laland Co. pfd.... 1,000 t't
Rl. L. A B. r Si pfd... 200 IV
Seaboard Air Una.. . 100 19J,
Kaeboard A. U ntd SOO Mtt
Rloaa-Uhellleld 8. A 1
Houthern I arlllc 1,100 IV
Southern Railway 5 24
go. Ilillwar pfd
Ter-netaea, Copper 100 144
Taxaa I Pacific
Union Pacific 7,00 9
Union Pacinc pfd
United Htatea tlealty
United Htttaa Hubt.tr ... 100 lla
United Htatea Hleal 51,400 (114
... . 2t
V 8. Steel pfd
i.doo 1091. 1094 tout,
1,400 M ti 1SH
Weatarn Union 1.100 II
Waatlnghoue Electric .. 3,10U It
Wheeling A Lake Crle
Chlno Copper 1.100 411a
N. V . N. H. A 11 MOO 7014
rtr Con. Copper 2.700 214,
Total aalaa for tha day. 191,100 iharaa.
Nevr Vork Money Market.
NEW YORK. March 30.-MONEY-On
call, isteady, U7 2 per cent, ruling rate,
17a per cent; closing bid, 12 per cent
Time loans, easy; sixty days, 2H7J3 per
cent; ninety days, 2i per cent, six
months, 3(it:i'4 per cent.
MERCANTILE PAPER-3HSI per cent
8TRELINQ EXCHANGE Bteady, sixty
days, $1.8460; demand, $1.8620. Commer
cial bills. $4.83.
SILVER Bar. 55c; .Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady, railroad,
Clotlng auotutlons on bonds today wore
l: S ref. 3a. rf
U. . Si. rf
do coupon ....
9I4K. C. So ref. It 91',
B. deb. ta. lilt 92
102 L. A N. unl 4a.
101 St. K. A T. Iat 4.. 1
til do zn. 4U. Ta
U. 8. 4i, res
do coupon ....
..113'iMo Pacific 4a.. ., 4
Panama la coupon .101 do ronr 5a, . f
Amar. As. (a 100 N rt.rt. of M. 4V4a 13
A. T. A T. c 4a ..111 N V. f. e. llit. .. ttU
Am. Tobacco la . .13014 do deb. 41 ml
Armour A Cn. 4 lj .
Alehlion nan. 4i..
du i-t. 4e. 1940
do cv. Si
ACL lit 4e. .
nl A Ohio 4)..
Drnnk Ir. cr 4i .
ran. of Oa it
ran leather ia .
rhu. A Ohio 4ta.
?iN V.. N. It. A II.
c. 34a 70
1014 do ev 4a. .. 10;
924 No. Pacific 4. it.
9414 do 3a i,
lio. 8. U rfda. 4i 9!
MtaPtnn. cr. H,a, 19t5. 914,
10H, do con. 4a.. , 1011,
Mii Itaadlna: sen. 4i 9J4.
9414 '8. . a a. F. f, 4 71
n-i conr. ie.
l'i do ran. Sa
.. . 41
Chlraao A A Hi 41 Si. U s. nr. e.
C U. A Q . 4a .. M'afl. A. U aal. Sa
do gen. 4a.. . .. 9114 So. I'ac. ool. 4a,
(' M H P e IVaa 10H4 do ct. 4a
C n I. A P. t. 4i 14 do lit ref. 4a.
1n rf(. 4a 7IHPo. Ilallwar la. .
I". A g. r A a 4,. 831. do gen. 4i.
D A II. e. 4a.... Sl'.l'nlon Pacific 4a.
tl. A II. Q. r. 5 . IIU do cr. 4a..
niltlllere' ta ... 4 da Ut A raf. ii aii-
Krle p. I. 4a l4l. S. rtubber la. loiC
do sen. 4a 71141' S. Sue! 2J j, inj
doer 4r. eer. n 71,V..r. Oiem. la.! . .9114
III. Cn. Iat r 4t.. (I Wab. Iat A ei. 4, hi
inter. Ilcl iv.a. . .. .evi-weattrn Nd, ta. . 7&u
Inter. M. M. 4'ji.
JJWMt. Elec. cr. la.! 94.
1 Wl. Central 4... Iju
Jaoan 4Wa . ...
Iloatoii Mining -cU.
BOsTON, March 30. Closing quotations
on ttockb were;
Allouet 11 Nevada Con
Amal. Copper .. ..76 Nlplaalna Mlaea .
A. Z. L A S II North Butte .. .,
Arlwna Com 41, North Lake ,
Cat. A Arltona tltiOld Dominion .
Cal. A llecla -111 Oaeeola
icnienniai 11 wuincr
Copper Ruii C C. 17Uahanaon iliill!
Kaat Butta C. M. . llllduperlor
V..nLlln U..u.l.. a.
.a..M.... .,.'uni.l 0 n.
.a. . 1. v l b .. u, . niiu. c. a.
tela Morale Copper tt do pfd
IMaU. a s. n. A M
4 t'lah iVn
La Salle Copper
64Utah Copper Co
IIS Butte A Supertor
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