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THK BFK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, lf)14.
GOOD FOUR-PASSENGER INTERNA
tlonal auto to exchange for good build,
ing lot or lota In Omaha ; value J0. Ad
dress 3. C, S7f, Omaha Dee.
ONK on TWO LOTS CLEAR IN UOOD
town South Dakota, price, cash, S
each, or exchange for good one-karat dia
tnond ring. Address B. O ftSft, Omaha Dee.
240-ACRB HICH; BLACK FARM LAND
.In eastern Nebraska, price, WOOD; want
320.000 to 335.000 general mdge. gtock. with
. out building. Addrcgs S. C. 611, Omaha
WILL EXCHANGE GOOD VHOOM COT
tage at MSB Grant St., Omaha, price
32.800. Inc. liOO. for 32.000 grocery gtock or
gents' furnishing gtock and shoes. Own
era write me. 8, V. t74, Omaha Bee.
Old-style sideboard, ruid-seyb
maple with marble top, hand-carved
and a pretty piece of furniture, but bulky.
What have you to exchange? Address
S. C. 610. Bee.
AV ANTED DISC PHONOGRAPH HEC
crde, slightly used. In perfect condl
V22 tnat are for a,c cheap for cash.
nuuregg.s. j. ki, care uee
WILL SWAl" GOOD QUARTER HEC
tlon of agricultural land on railroad In
southern South pakota for vacant lot.
house, gtock, 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 Hee.
GOOD COTTAGE -NORTH OMAHA.
Modern but heat. All newly painted
and papered. Uarage. 16x28 ft. Cement
walks. Mtg., pm. Want 3300 cash and
good, light auto or clear lots. H. C. 663,
TWO CLEAR LOTS PIERRE, S. D.
Good abstract. Price, 31.W0. Want gen.
mdse. or auto. Good abstract and war
ranty deed, a. C. 6b8. Bee,
HAVE A ' PRINTOOKAPH MACHINE
for multiple letter work; prints through
ribbon like typewriter; can use ordinary
Vi Inters' type, and cuts, also; electric
motor and hand power; cost $335. Will
trade for cheap lot or land, or will Con
alder any kind of a reasonable offer. Ad
dress S. C, 665, Bee.J
TEAM OF MARES. ONE SORREL THE
other black, about 1.700 lbs. God condi
tion, broke. Will swap for farm machln
ery Addrem B. C. 602.
1 HAVE BULL PUP 1 YEAR OLD!
white, thoroughbred bull, good and
aound,- fine watchdog. Will exchange for
bicycle In good condition. S. C. fl. Bee.
I HAVE A ONE-TON LIGHT TRUCK;
make offer. Address S. C. 631. Bee.
I HAVE 40 ACRES FINE OREGON
fruit land: a 6-room cottage, modern ex
cept heat, and a 1813 Overland touring
car. Will trade for anything. Make of
fer. Address 8. C. 622. care Uee.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO SWAP FOR A
set of golden oak quarter-sawed dining
room furniture and a Polar steel range
In good condition? Address 8. C. 600, Dee.
r w a wt rn ow n cntcl niRP PHONO
graph records. What have you? Address
S. C, 623, care Bee.
GARDEN TOOLS. AND SHRUBS OF
any kind wanted for house or office
furniture; have roll top desk, two chairs,
chiffonier, leather parlor chair. Address
S C 643. Bee.
HAVE GOOD OA1C DRESSER. COM
mode. Ice box and some chairs. Will
consider trade for horse and pay differ
ence, or what have you? First good offer
takes it. Address 8. U. 537, Bee.
SECOND-HAND HEMINGTON TYPE
writer to swap for good bicycle and
cash. Address S C 643, Bee.
PRINTING AND PAINTING WANTED
In exchange for dentistry. Address 8.
C. 607, Bee.
WILL TRADE A SEWING MACHINE
for bookcase or buffet. Address a. C.
ONE FIFTEEN - LIGHT ACETYLENE.
What have you? Address S. C. 633.
GAS 8TOVE. 4 LARGE DURNEHB AND
one oven, hardly used, excellent baker.
Vould like to swap for chickens; prefer
White Rocks. Address S. C. 601. Bee.
A.-NO. 1 SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
former price 165. for salo or swap. Ad-
(preas . u. oil, wee.
HAVE TYPEWRITER AND FLAT-TOP
der.k; also 4x5 camera; want Turkish
rug, or what have you? Address S. C.
A GOOP BAKERY, WORTH 3300, FOR
trade. What have you. Address 8. C. 418,
care Bee. . .
CLEAR LOT 80UTH OMAHA, 26TH
and Madison. Price, 3600. Trade for
llgnt auto. Guarantee title abstract. Ad
dress S. C. 667, Bee.
GENUINE MEXICAN SADDLE AND
trappings, used slightly; will jell cheap
for cash, or wliat have voU? Address S.
GOOD SMALL BOY'S BICYCLE FOR
sale or trade; boy outgrew It. What
have you? The bicycle Is in good condi
tio."! and can be used by boy b4twcen 6
and 0 years of ago. Addrecs S. C. 540. Bre.
iWILL SWAP TYPEWRITER FOR VIC
trola or 3A kodak. Address 8. C. 60S,
WILL SWAP WHITE HOLLAND TUR
key torn for two turkey hena. Address
S. c. 666. Bee.
COLLECTION OF RUGS TO Ex
change for diamonds or cash, Will have
U see rugs to appreciate their value.
Andreas H. C, 617, care Bee.
iWHAT HAVE YOU FOR ELEGANT
mahogany dresser and chlflbnler? Ad
dress is. C. 677. Bee.
WANTED TO TRADE PAINTING AND
papering for printing. Adlress S. C.
WANTED-T Y P E W R I T t R, TYPE
writer desk, flat top desk, filing cab
inet, office chairs; exchange clear lot in
South Omaha; abstract, good title. Ad
dress Si C. 625. Bee. i
CLEAR LOT FOR ROOMING HOUSE
of 10 or 12 rooms. Address i. C. 656, Bee.
34,000 CLEAR MDSE. STOCK IN
Omaha, consisting of dry goods, no
tions, hats, gloves, shoes, etc. Fixtures,
$600 only. Want cleur Omaha property or
clear land. Will assume It some cash
paid. Good location. Cash business. S.
C. 50, Bee.
NEW YOte MOCK MARKET
Responds Strongly to Feeling that
Rate Raise Coining Soon.
POSITION TECHNICALLY STRONG
ONE DOUBLE-BARRELED ITHACA
hammerless shotgun; good condition;
will swap or sell. Make offer. Address
o. c. 664. uee.
INDIAN CURIOS, PRIVATE COLLEC
tlon, genuine buckskin, bead work,
clubs, pipes, etc.;' beautiful and rare dec
orations for den. Will trade or sell. Ad
dress 8. C. 663, Bee.
I HAVE A GOOD, HEALTHY YEAR
llng colt I would trade for calves. Make
me offer. Address 8. C. 684, Bee.
CLEAR LOT, EXCHANGE FOR ANY
kind of auto In running order. Address
S. C. 678. Bee.
I HAVE A CAMERA OR A DIAMOND
or typewriter or a good watch and cash
for your piano, or what? D. C. 601, Bee.
WANTED TO SWAP A STEAMER
trunk In fine condition for a Morris
chair, or what? Address 8. C. 647. Bee.
AN EDISON HOME PHONOGRAPH
with about fifty best records, song and
music, for lot, horse, or what? Address
8. C. 672. Bee.
Trading; Thn Far This "Ycnr No
Heavier Than In 101.1, De
spite Hopes Earlier
NEW YORK. March Sl.-The extent to
which the speculative situation Is bound
up In the freight rates case was indicated
by the course of tho stock market today.
Tho action of the Interstate Commerce
commission In expediting the rates case
foreshadowed an early decision, and, as
the financial community expects that the
decision will be favorable to the rail
roads, the news was construed as dis
tinctly bulHsh. The market responded
While the upturn was attributable pri
marily to tho action of the Interstate
Commerce commission. It was Influenced
fundamentally by the strong technical
position of the market Professional sell
ing had been carried to a. point which
exposed the shorts to successful 'attacks.
In fact the advance began In the lato ses
sion yesterday and was resumed at the
outset today before the announcement
that the railroads would be. permitted to
complete their testimony immediately.
Other Influences were at work on the
constructive side. Estimates of tho con
dition of winter wheat Indicated a prom
ising outlook. The London market was
more cheerful and American stocks ad
vanced there. I-ondon was a buyer hero,
taking perhaps 6,000 shares.
Despite the hopes for better business
entertained by brokers In the early part
of the week, trading thus far has been
no heavier than In 1913. With the close
of the market today the first quarter of
the year ended. During that time tran
sactions In stocks were about 2A000.UIO
snares, compared with Siboo.wu snares i
last year. Bond sales this year were
about 3218.000.WO. compared with 14fs0iO,ttW I
In 1913. !
Bonds shared only In slight degree tho i
general slrensth In thn stock market. '
Total sales, $2,670,000. United States bonds
declined from H to on call.
Number of saies anu lettaing quotations
on stocks were:
Sales. Hlah. Low. Close.
Amalgamated Copper ... 11,100 1, ,6( "4H
Amnion lleet Sugar
Hooper. x,h , ni Hill s lsJ M 1
King couMv. Waah . , 144 IM lo l
Uneetn Neb.. Trattlon M M
llneeln (. llrklge 3. INS m l1S
Molina Hew Co lit It!
Mentaln States T T M M
Mount Ayr U., tHe, IHI. . . . 1 )M
Montreal Trammer Ut and rtt la.. Ht
New Yerti State Hj. 4'te H 9
Omasa K. L. V. pfd W ft
nil r Omaha 4Ha. 1X1 lUi 1M
8Kha r. n. 8t. Ur i. imi. . 4
mana C. II. Ft. ttr. ptd. ei-dlr. 1
Omaha C. n. R. A n H M
Portland. Or.. 4m. IMS Km, ;n.t
Swift a Co. a. itl SI H
Swin Co. T r cant trk W 1M4
Sloui City Steel Tarda it. MM . . t, SI',
Bloui City ?tK Varda rid l
Sfntltf Itrhool , 15tt 161 1M
Union Slick Yards. Omaha . .... .. Hi IM
Vtah T. U Co.Jli. Mil H M
London Stock lnrket.
LONDON, March SI.- American gecuri
ties were tjulet and featureles during the
early trading today. At noon prices
ranged from unchanged to V above parity.
CONSOLS For money, 7MR-1S; for ac
count. 76-1-18; I'nlon Pacific. 1MV.
SILVfat-Bar. steady, Vd.
MONEY moi!H per cent; short bills.
IT per cent; three months, 1 ier cent.
OMAHA, March SI -Bank clearnts for
Omaha today wore K.tAS,076.Ri. and for the
corresponding day last year, K,SI1,1T7.4.
NEW Vonit GENERAL MARKET
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Very Slow and Most Kinds
Show Further Declines.
HOGS DROP TO A LOWER BASIS
Tradr In Rlirep anil l.amlm Not finite
So Active as Monday tint Val.
ne nemnln Steady lo a
SOUTH OMAHA, March SI, ll.
Receipts were! Caul. Hoss. Sheep.
HAVE JS00 EQUITY IN COTTAGE;
will exchange for a J to, or what? Ad
dress S. C. 676, Bee.
TO SWAP ONE 3-DRAWER 6X8 CARD
cabinet for typewriter. Address 8. C.
I HAVE A FEW CITY BUILDING LOTS
to swap for a good truck or high-grade
automobile. B. C 620. Bee.
WOODEN LETTER FILING CABINET,
3 drawers, to swap for an office chair.
Address 8. C. 603. Bee.
GOING AWAY, TRADE REMINGTON
visible typewriter, almost new, for dia
mond or article can use. Address 8. C.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE FOR
small Round Oak heating stove used
only one month? Complete with, pipes
and an extra set of grates. Address S.
C tCX, Bee.
NEW HAMMOND TYPEWRITER. COST
iW. Changed work so cannot use. Will
trade or sell. Address S. C. 668. Bee.
ALL-STEEL RANGE AND FURNITURE
for swap or sale. Make offer. Address
S. C. 673, Bee.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Market Pressure Brings, About Re
cession, of Wheat Prices.
CORN ALSO SUFFERS LOSSES
Yellow Cereal Takes a Slump, lth
the Bnylnsf Power More nni
Wore on the "Wnne OaU
Go Little Loner.
OMAHA, March 31, 114.
Wheat suffered price recession ofc 7i
HHc yesterday and was under prelsuro
from the opening to the closing o! the
day. Crop rep oris were still most excel
lent. There was liquidation by the longs
In May and thero waa liquidation the
deferred months, together with Jeavy
putting out of short lines In the atter.
The buying power was absent, aare at
prices where the buyers wero unaile to
eecure a profit. .
A feature of wheat market yesterday
was the appearance In the pit of Barnes
A. Patten and other big men, whi i sold
Brain personally. A Boston miuage
paid that exporters report cables r dis
couraging and that there are re-elleM
of wheat abroad at lc cheaper thin can
be made from the eastern seaboard
Cash wheat was Wia lower.
Corn suffe-ed losses of ViQHc, the buy
ing power geting more and more fn the
wane; The- speculators, however, wo be
lieve In lower prices are cautious! about
amttlng out short line. Cash narkets
throughout the entire country werelower.
Sales here for the day were onlf 5,000
bu. to eastern shippers and the south
western markets all reported bualiess as
ilat. even at the new low prices. Veatern
receipts for the day were Uberal, rt 1,222,
000 bu., while a year ago they wfre only
J33.000 bu. . , .
Cash corn was unchanged to W lower.'
Oats were Jower with the other grains
and there was a decided heavy) feeling.
Cash values were lower In all the western
market, with the possible exciptlon of
Teorla and St. Louis. Prlmarji f,ec'Pt
were heavy. There was some Idling of
oats here In a hedging way. Cash sales
were small, 105,000 bushels. Te Uslble
supply decreased 873,000 bushels.
Cash oats were unchanged to c lower.
Holders of hog products, not to be out
done by the holders of grain, were liberal
sellers lt thu way of liquidation. This
waa indulged In not only by tie small
holders, but the large ones as t11. The
buying was slow and cautious ahd prices
declined sharply. The only
for pork and ribs on Investmew account.
Cagh trade waa small and boss closed
weak and 10Q15c lower, ,
Clearances: Wheat and floor equal to
111000 buahels, all Canadian, crn, 2,000
bughelg; oats, 30,000 bughels.
Liverpool close: Wheat. d lowsr; corn.
Prniajry'0wheat receipts ware 698,000
bushels and shipments 440,000 bllthels last
Primary corn receipts were 3300 bush
els and shipments 636.000 bu,ls last
y Primary oats receipts were S,40 bush
els and shipments 778,000 buelels last
yfar' CARLOT RECEIPTS.
Wheat Coti. Oats.
No. 4 yellow, i car. 64c. No. 3 mixed,
1 car, 65c. No. 3 mixed, 1 car 65c; 1 car,
1 car, ei&c; 3 cats, 64V4c; 1 car, 6lc. No.
4 mixed, l car, t3Hc; 2 ears, 63Uc; 4
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 hard.
8486c; No. 3, 83Viia5c: No. 4 hard, 78o;
No. 3 spring. S5HO6c; No. 4 spring. So
8414c: No. 2 durum, SSiffS6Ho; No. 3 durum.
8&&5ttc. Corn: No. 2 white. 655V4c: No.
3 white, 64V435c; No. 4 white, 63b4c; No.
2 yellow, 64$45ttc; Noj 3 yellow, 4ti6Ho;
No. 4 yellow, t44ttc; No. 2, 64ykc
No. 3, 63tt66c: too, 4, 62W63V4c. Oats!
No. 2 white, 37i38c; standard. S737He;
No. 3 white, S6i7c; No. 4 white, 36A
36c. Barley: Malting, 6362c; No. 1 Utd,
421852c. Rye: No. 2, 66QC6Mc; No. 3, 66V4
CHICAGO GRAIN- AND PROVISIONS
Kansas City ..
r .i-o. . uniij.,l there-
. A year ago - "r", r ,h.V date.
fore no primary V.,,,J. m
These sales were reported- hejt . No.
i ii.rrt n inter 1 car. S4c. No. 3 had win
ter, H r,tl,c;Ctrcar. SSVic. HbU hard
winter. 1 car. 82c. No 3 dururajl car.
Sl'ic. No. 4 mixed. 1 car, S4e. I No. 3
mixed durum, I car. S3Hc. Nolgrade,
H car. ?5c. Rye No. 2. 1 car, 66. No.
32 cars. 66c Oats: No. 3 white, p cars,
37c No. 4 white. 5 cars, ,36ir; cars,
JO'.f No. 3 mixed. 1 car, MHc Cn No.
3 white. 3 cars. 66c No. 4 white 1 car,
file 1 car, 634- 1 thr. 62Vc No 2 yel
low 3 cars. 66'i' 1 car, viW Nt3 yel
low. 4 cars. V. 1 car. "lie
Feature of the Trading; nnd Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. March 31.-Radlcal bearish
sentiment as to wheat developed today
because of the brilliant crop outlook,
and in consequence of the total lack of
exports. The market had no good re
action and closed heavy c to lo under
last night. Corn finished HQio to lc
down, and oats off He to c. In pro
visions, the outcome varied from 10c
uccueii 10 an advance or 2ttc.
Liquidating sales on the part of big
holders formed an Important element In
the situation regarding wheat, but the
downward pressure was by no means
confined to longs. In view of further
rains over western Kansas relieving ap
prehension of drought In that region, the
main body of speculators accepted the
crop promises as perfect on the greatest
acreage ever reported for April l, and
there was soon evidence that the break
was fast widening, bringing Into action
many stop loss orders.
Corn trade became semi-demoralized as
a result of the cheapest offers yet ff m
Argentine. Besides west bound rail rates
from New York were being cut In some
particulars, and there was no enlarge
ments of the eastern Inquiry for corn
from here. It was said that 12,000,0j0
bushels of corn had been sold from Ar
gentine ports for April-May shipment
to Amelrcan markets, and that in ad
dition considerable was coming to the
United States from India. The weak
ness of corn and wheat was too much
for the oats market. Depression was em
phasised by the big stock here, and by
9 per cent Increase of acreage in Okla
homa. Provisions receded with grain. There
waa some substantial buying on the de
clines though, believed to be for one of
the leading packers.
Artlclel Open. I Hlgh. Low. IClObc. jYca y.
n 91 90. 91'., 0214
ilhi 87H 86V4 i6K tTiM
C7T& 6SH Hlfc 67'., 6SU
6SV4 6SH 67H TH
29 38 381. 39
39H 39H S!f!i 39H
3OS0 2OP0 20 7 20 72 2OS0
20 87 20 97 20 7S 20 60 10 90
10 45 10 65 10 48 10 IT 10 45
10 62 10 71 10 62 10 66 10 62
11 05 I 11 12 11 00 11 02 H 03
11 30 I 11 27Hi 11 15 11 17 U 20
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No, 3 red,
9J093Hc: No 3 red, MUc; No. 2 hard, iW
C93c; No. 3 hard. JWStUc; No. 2 northl
em. 93fiHc; No. 3 northern, 92fl93c; No.
2 spring. 93S94o; No. 3 spring, 9214c. Corn:
No. 2, 6SHc: No. S. 65fl74c; No. 3 white.
67Vif?6Sttc: No. 3 yellow. 65liMMc. Oal.
No. 3, white. 38'.4939c; standard, S3V-a
Heeds; Timothy, I3.2yrf4.60; clover, t8.00tf
12.75. Provisions: Pork. $20.70; lard.
BUTTER Steady; creameries. l9e24Ur
EUQS lower; receipts, 23.2S5 cases; at
mark, cases Included. 164tl7(C, ordinary
firsts, IfiUftne. flrsti. 17 Wje.
CHEESE-Bteady; dafsles. lo; twins.
lOiiOUc; Americas, tl7',4ei7'4c; long horns,
POTATOES Steady, receipts, fj cars,
Michigan. Minnesota and Wisconsin, red
tiOtg&e. Michigan. Minnesota and Wiscon
sin. whit 631iSc
POl'LTR -Mix hlthT. sprlnss. 15c,
AmerlcAn Can ptd
American C. ft F. . . .
American Cotton Oil
Am. lea Securities
American Iocomottre ...
Araerlo&n S, ft It
American 8. A R. pfd...
Anu. Sugar Kenning...
American T. ft T
Anaconda Mining Co . .
Atlantic Coart Line
Baltimore A Ohio
Brooklyn Rapid Tr
Cheaapeaka ft Ohio
Chicago O. W
caao. m. a st. r. . .
Chicago A N. W
Colorado Fuel ft Iron....
elan are ft Hudson
Denver ft Rio Grande....
Denver ft It. O. pfd
Erie lit pfd
Brie :d pfd
Great Northern pfd. .. .
Ureal Northern Ore clfs.
tnterborough Met. pfd...
Kansas City Southern....
Loulailtle ft Nashville...
M.. St. P. ft S. Me. M.
Missouri. K. ft T
National niscutt .,
National Lsad ..... .....
N. R. H. of M. 2d pfd..
New York Central
n. y., o. ft w
Norfolk ft Weaterm.. ..
Northern Pacific .......
P.. C ft ft St. L.
Pltteburgh Coal ...
Pressed Steel Car...
Pullman Talace car..
1.900 10'i 50
500 00i 100
i.ioo lias iau mi
7M UiH KO'i
m 3s s
60J H7li KS
40,000 2o7- 2or
1,500 100t t9'4 lOOVi
SM 131K 1311, 1JSV
' i .too ii'i
' "ioo io3H
4, tOO HIS4
" ico is""
16, W0 18911
... . m
. .. 1H
Republic Iron ft Steel...
Republic 1, ft S. pfd....
Uock Island Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
St. L. ft g. r. Id pfd....
Seaboard Air Line
Seaboard A. L. pfd
Bloas-Bheffleld S. ft I...
So. Hallway pfd
Tezaa ft Pacific ,
Union Pacific nfd
United States Hralty
United States Itubber. .. 1,100 IVi
United State, Steel 47.200 G4U
U. S. Steel pfd 600 110
Utah Copper Moo it
Vs. -Carolina Chemical ., 600 SlH
Wabash 1,(00 1
Wabash pfd 1.SO0 (1,
Weatern Maryland .. .. 100 SO",
Western Union 1,304
Westlnghoun Electric. .. 1.10O ?6Vi
Wheeling ft Lake Erl
Ohlno Copper 1,600 41!,
N. T.. N. II. ft II . .. 1.200 70H
Hay Con. Cfcpper 1,100 11
Total' aalea for the day, 2(3,200 shares.
New 1 Ork Money Market
NEW YORK March Jl.-MONBY-Call,
steady, 1T. per cent: ruling rate, Z per
cent; closing; 01a, i'W- per cent.
TIME IXIANS-Weak: fio days. 2VVfi
per cent: 90 days, 24 per cent; six months.
vttiM, per cent
MERCANTILE PAPER-3t44 per cent
STBRLTNO EXCHANGE Steady, 00
days. 11.8176, demand. Jl.sOo.
COMMERCIAL BILLS M.
SILVER Bar, RSc; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, weak; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today were
if. S. ret. la. reg.. ttW'K. r. go. ref. t. . I
do coupon Ht4M,. P. deb. 4s. 1S31 !'.,
U. H. as, reg.. '" 1 n. uni. ts ..
do coupon 101 M. K. ft T. 1st 4s. 0
V. 8. 4a. reg Ill "do 414 W
do coupon 112'., Mo. Pacific 4s. .. 0'4
Panama as coupon. .101 do eonr. Ss 71H
Aroer. Ag. 6a.... ...100 .. n.n. of M. 4i,s 61
A. T. ft T. ct. 4. ,N- T. C. g. Hit.... SH;
Am. Tobacco s ..,.11', do deb. 4s 90(4
Armour ta. t. n. 11. 11.
Atchison gsn. 4s, . . MH ct. 3H 70
. ! . w isi r. is. . S41
.Wl do ev. 4 s 101V4
. 934 No. Pacific 4, sku
MS do la till
do ev. 4s. 150,
do cv. SS .. .
A. C. U lit 4s..
Bsl. ft Ohio 4a..
Brook. Tr, cv. 4a,
Cen, of Oa. 6s,.
On. Iveatner is..
. U40. it. I rfdg. 4s.. 1'4
. HSPenn. cv. IHe. 1916 lit,
.103H do con. 4s ion;
. MV4 Readlnc ran. 4. ta!
dies, ft vmo 11s, , b. i. o. r. rg 4a 7
do conv. m. Sit, 'lo gen. 6a 41
rmicago ft A. am., 4JHSt. L. S. W. c. 4a73'4
C. D. ft Q. J. .. ;Jk8. A, L. adj. 6. .. 71
do gen. 4a.... .. MH'So. pse. col. 4s .. 9iu
C M ft. 8 Pc 4s..l01H do ev. 4s,. . .
C. n. I. ft r. c. 4s. IS do 1st raf. 4s.. . rit.
do rfg. 4 74 so. Kallwsr 61 ...mv
C. ft S. r ft 4Hs M14 do gsn. 4s... 14U
I), ft H cv. 4s . MH Union Pacific 4a..
D. ft H. O. ref. 6s. 6li do cv 4s. . . iu
DUtlllsra' 6a 4 Vt 'do 1st ft r. 4s. .. 3ii
Erie p. I. 4s SS 'V. 8. Huhber e.,.Ul
do gen. 4s.. . . 74tiL. 8, Steel M is.. .10314
dq cv. 4a. ser. B. 73tV.f. Chert. Ss. ... 4
III. Cn, 1st r. 4a. 214 baah 1st ft . 4, juj
Inter. Met. 4Hs .... 7614 Western Md. 4s. .7514
Inter. M. M. 4Hs. . 64 West. Elee. cv. .. 4U
Jspan 4Ha tli;Wls, Central 4a.. . rjsj
float on Mlnlnsc -"nrVr.
BOSTON, March 21. Closlne quotatlong
on stocks were:
stsnetaaa. lob im
tV&Nlplsslna Mloea.. 6 16-16
Quotation of the Ony on
NEW YORK. March ai.-VLOUR-Barely
steady; sprlne patent. 14 fHJ-.7fi;
winter stralKhts. al.aHjM.M; winter pat
ents. ,4.40114,75; sprliiK clenrs, KKMflMi
extra No. 1 winter. $3!w3.7i; extra No. S
winter, N.SMra&O; Kansas stralghtF 14.10
WHEAT-Spot easy; No. 3 hard, wln
ter, 9Sc. c. I. f. New York; No. red,
J1.04H, elevator.. No. 1 northern, Duluth,
ll.OOMi; No. 1 northern. Manitoba, al.OWi,
f. o. b, afloat, opening navigation, Ftt
turcs, weak, closing ,c to lo not lower
May, tLOOMS; July. KHc; September,
CORN-Spot barely steady, No. 3 yel
low, 744c, c. I r. to arrive.
OATS Spot, easy; standard white. 45J
4S4c: No, S, 41'r4,V; fancy clipped white,
HAY Quiet; standard. St-ctfll.OO; No. 1.
al.tttVidn.OB; No. 2. OOflftk:: No. 3. SOflflSe.
HOrs Quiet:, state common to choice,
IMS. 331144c; 1912, 17W21C; Pacific coast,
1P13. ltfiCIc: 1912, lMfflo.
IIIDES-Steady; Bofrota, 29Vj0Hc; Cen
tral America. 30e.10Hc,
PETROLEUM Steady: refined. New
York, bulk. $5.25, barrels, 98.73; cases,
WOOLSteady; domestic fleece, XX
LEATHER Firm? hemlock firsts, 30c;
PROVISIONS Pork hnrcly steady;
mess. 23.00823.&0: family, a24.00fl2J.no;
short clears, 20.SS1T22.(. Beef, steady;
mess, $U.tlS.M: family, $19.00fJ).00. Cut
meats, steady; pickled bellies, 10 to 14
lbs, 13.25014.50; pickled hams, I14.25iri4.50.
Lard, steady; middle west, ilO.lOrtflO.Hi; re
fined, steady; continent, 111.05; South
America, 011.76, compound, steady, JS.37V4
TALLOW Quiet, city, 6ic; country,
6g6?ic; special, 6!ic
HUTTfcill-Mnrkct weak: rece nts. 7.400
tubs: creamery extras. 25ff254c: first?.
23H9244v-: held extras, 23ft234c; roce3
CHEESE Market irrewular: recelots.
2,000 boxes, state whole milk, held whites,
specials, 10c; state whole milk, held col
ored, specials, 19Uc; state whole milk,
held whites, average fancy, 184fiU8;c.
EGGS' Market weaker; receipts, 37,100
cases; fresh pothered extras, 22c: firsts,
storage packed, 21c; fresh gathered firsts,
lDSiQ'.Wc; nearby hennry, whlto to fancy.
ZSf j Stic . nearby henery. gathered whites,
POULTRY Dressed, dull: fresh killed
chickens, 15Q19c; turkeys, 22fP23c; fowls,
OMAHA UENEUAI. MARKET.
Two days this week.
Same days last week.
came i weeks ago....
8m 3 weeks ago. . .
Same 4 weeks ago..
Same days Inst year.
The following tV,1 tiA rjrlnta
of cattle, huga and sheep at the South
Omaha live stock market for the year to
date as compared with last year:
n 1911. nil Inc. Deo.
CUI 226,977 JJ4.934 ... S.957
Hogs 743.26S 76I.S31 ..... 1S.063
e,,eP 697.415 574.S39 122,616
The following table shows the range of
F.ri-t' for,hs; ' the South Omaha live
i."?arkt ,or thc w 1). '"Ith
Booklet on Ittquest
STANDARD OIL CO.
V e ess si snsa Wl a. U
css ai 1 tapes s.
2TBW TOnX CITY.
1914. 1913 mi Itjn, lRliK. 1901
SHl S Ml it 16110 211 G Ml
3 din iii t soi g an 10 r.
4o 6 43 10 37'4
oOH 8 68 16 56 M e g
S SS 10 14!
6 601 10 Uj S 4ft
s o H
S 67 6 59,
II 4 3J
fi 401 I 31
10 35 Sit 4 13
IV 30 g 661 4 M
10 541 6 50 4 C,
10 61 6 44
I 6 44
7 6 47IIO 6 !l
o D3 g 4M1U . ft 6'
5.1 1 1 54H 8 J I4I10;SW4 80
?A ft AKKi C C All at ttltA At . till a toea
8 SI! 7 01
f 84 7 45
S Ml 7 56
1 7 711
8 78 I
6 35110 06 t, 68
6 35110 65 6 58
0 42'10 70
SJilO 7U 6 i
6 21)10 fM 6 IA &
6 2910 57 R t 5;
Receipts and disposition of live
at the Union stock yards. South O
for the twenty-four hours endln,
o clock yesterday;
Wabanh 2 I ,
Missouri Pacific .... 4 I
Union Pacific 42 2S. 1
C. & N. W cast... II 5 t
C. & N. W.. west... 26 40 I
C, SL P. M. & O.. 1R
C B. & Q.. east 15
C, B. & y west... 30
C, It. I. A P.. mat. 1
C R. I. p., W0llt. 2
Illinois Cen trnl 1
Chicago G. W 2
Total receipts ..167
BUTTER No. 1, 1-lb. cartons, "c; No.
60-lb. tubs. 27c.
CHEESE Imported Swiss. 30c! Amer
ican Swiss, 24c: block Swiss, lie; twins.
lc: daisies. 21c: triplets. 21c; Younu
Americas, 22c; blue label brick, 19c; Urn-
burger, 2-ib aoc; New vorK wntte, :ic.
FISH White, lie: trout. Uc: large crap.
pies, 12c lo 16c; Spanish mackerel, 16c:
snaa roe .per pair, sue; satmon, 11c; nan
but. 12c; buffalo, Uc: channel catfish, 16c;
pike, 12c: pickerel, 9c.
POULTRY-Brollcrs. 25c: hens. 14c:
cocks, 9tic; ducks, 14c; geese, 10c; turkeys,
25c; pigeons, per dozen, 81,20: ducks, full
feathered, lie; geese, run icainerca, luc;
squabs. No. 1, Jl.6Otf2.00; No. 2. 50c.
Wholesale prices of bete cuts effective
today In Omaha arc as follows:
ii&air uiiTH uids: ino. 1, ic; iso. s.
164c; No. 3, U'jC. tolns; No. 1, 19,c;
No. 2. 17c: No. 3, 154c. Chucks: No. 1.
114C; No. 2, 104c; No. S, 10c. Rounds; No.
1, 11c; rxo. i. irtc; no. j, xtws. t-iates:
No. 1, 9Hc: No. 2. 8c; No. J, HVic.
The fo Iowlnc Prices oro furnished by
the Glllnsky Fruit company:
h tluiTS nunKisi, oranges, an sires,
2.50. Lemons; Sunklst Golden Bowl,
HOG nnd 60. (6.50; Red Ball Sli
ver cord, 300 and SCO. 11.50. Grape
fruit: Indian River, 31, ji.K); 46, W,
$4. 25; 54, J4.W; 64 and 80. o.00. Uanunaa.
per pound 3 to 84c. Apples: Colorado
Missouri Pippin, per box, 42-25; Colorado
Ben uavlb, per dox, uoioraoo vvnite
Pearmaln, per box, 32.50; Idaho Wlnesaps.
per box, UW, extra tancy barrel beh
Davis, 36.50; extra fancy barrel Gano,
36.50: extra fancy barrel Missouri Pip
pins, 7.00; extra fancy barrel Wlnesaps,
FKUoll viiuc.iAmit.D- oeeis, per
doz 60c; carrots, per Uoi , 60c; spinach,
per dos., Ax; turnips, per dog., 60c; shal
lot, por doi.. 45c: parsley, per dos., 40oj
radlgheg. per doz., 50c; head lettuce, per
dor.. 31.00; leaf lettuce, per dos.. 40c: egg
plant, per doz., 31.50: artichokes, per doz.,
12.00; Brusgel sprouts, per lb., 20c; new
potatoes, per lb.. 7c; celery, per doz., $1;
Florida celery, per crate. 13; peppers, per
basket. 60c: cauliflower, per doz.. 31.76;
beans, per hamper. 34.50; cucumbers, per
doz., 31-60 to 32. asparagus, per dos., 14;
new cabbaze, per lb.. 24c; rhubarb, per
box, 32.25; rhubarb, per box, 12.25. Florida
tomatoes, fancy, per crate, 34; Florida
tomatoeg. choice, per crate, 33.60.
OLD VEGETABLES New York cab
'mage. per lb., 24c: sweet potatoes, per
hamper. 31.60; parsnips, per lb.. 2c; beets,
n.r itv irt parrots, per lb.. 2c: turnips.
per lb.. 2c; Red River Ohio potatoes, per
bu.. 81.00: Idaho potatoes, per bu.. 85c;
Early Rose potatoes, .5c; red onions, pur
bu 33.00; yellow onions, per nu jjtw,
Spanish onlong. per crate, za.w.
Minneapolis Grain StfirUet.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. March 31.
WHEAT No. 1 hard. 8940W4c; No. 1
northern. 89H914c; No. 2 northern, 8T?i
18SUc; No. 3, S5i1B&5Tc; May, 58Sc; July,
CORN-No. 3 yellow. 61452c
OATS-No. 3 white, 354J35c.
Knnaaa City Grnln nnd Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., March 31,
WHEAT No. 2 hard, E5Q894c: No, 2 ro
wff!XiU. Mav. S37ic; July. 814c.
CORN No. 2 mixed, sc; No. 3, 67c: No.
2 white. 60c: No. 3, 67fl674c; May, tMWe;
OATS-No. 2 white, 40c; No. S mixed.
uLTTER-Creamery, 24c; firsts. 53c;
seconds, 22c; packing, 144c.
EUGS Firsts, 154c; seconds, 16c.,
POULTRY Hens, 15c, springs, lie.
Morris & Co.
Swift & Co
Cudahy Packing Co....
Armour & Co
Schwartz & Co
W. Murn hy
Lincoln Packing Co
South Omaha P. Co....
Kay Packing Co
iV B. Vansant Co
Benton, Vansant Sc. 1...
Hill & Son
F. B. Lewis
Huston &. Co
J. B. Root & Co
McCreary & Kellogg.,.
wcrlheimer ci uegen..
II. F. Hamilton...
Mo. & Kan. Calf Co....
A Z. U
Cal. a Arlsena
is north Butt S74.
4 (4 North Lake 114
MVtOH Dominion lo
.411 Osceola ;
. It Qulner n
Copper Range C. C -'HHJiannon a,
Bast HUH, "TTS ' . ." -
Franklin W Superior B. M .. fi
nfanby Con asitTamarefk J4
g I,",,? canine. 314 U B. t R A M. H
lale RorU CoPPr- 4,It P' 471i
Kerr I-Ve JJth Con. nu.
Lake 4'opper .. .. 7 Utah Copper Co.. ISI,
I Halle tapper.... 4J Winona J),
Miami Copper . Jolyerlne .... 41
Mohawk 43,ButU A Superior X'4
Quotatlona furnished br Burns. Drinker a Co ,
44 Omaha National bank building:
Atkinson. Neb., ts. liaj.. -, 1K
Beatrice Craanerx pi. . . a
rieaumoat. Tex . Sa. . . 101
(feuntll BluKa O A R. U . . it H
Tim A ro Bid SS ft
' Pes Molnee la. fVhool 4i, lJ: KOt, 101'
J'airmont Creamtrr 7 p, c p(d , ei d W na
WHEAT No. i
2 hard, 908904c; May,
Jtt. I.onln Genera
ST. I3UIS, March 31.
red, 92j94Kc; No
aottr- Julv. 834c.
CORN No. ?. 69c; No. 2
May, e9VC94c; July, 64c.
OATS-No. 2. 40c; No. 2
414c; May, 3S4c; July, 35?ic.
Liverpool Uraln Market.
LIVERPOOL. March 31. WHEAT-
Spot quiet; No. 2 red western winter, 7s
S4d; No. 1 Manitoba. 7s 4d; No. 2. 7s 3d;
NO. 3, is .a. 1-mures easy; may, is j',a;
July. 7s M. ucioner, s ?ta.
CORN Spot steady: American mixed,
6s 8d. La Plata futures easy; July 4s
Oinalia ll- Market.
PRAIRIE HAY No. 1 choice upland,
31011; No. 2 choice upland, 13.00910; No,
3 choice upland. S68; No. 1 choice mid
land, 33 60S 10. 50; No, 2 choice midland
I&39.60; No. 3 choice midland, JfBS; No
1 choice lowland, 3765; No. 2 choice low
land. Vfiil: No. 3 choice lowland. 34o.
ALFALFA Choice, peagreen. leafy, fine
stem, 313TH4; No. 1. 1113; No. 2. 19Q11.
No. 3. 37(89.
Persistent Advertising is the Road to
cattle, uost 1
very largo they were In no hurrv in ml
their orders. Salesmen started by asking
"" HV..I.V iun.ru. nut mey soon camo
to the concision that a break of some
,ii v.nn iiiivimDir, una tney wound tip
u I'uuns men- oiienugg snout a nickel
lower than yesterday's general market.
Lvcn after sellers had made this much
of a concession packers refused to better
their early IMr and for nearly three
hours the markrt remained at a stand
still, both buyers and salesmen refusing
Jo go any further In an effort to trade.
Toward 11 o'clock, however, killers raised
their early offers about 24o all around,
putting values on a 6fn0o lowr-r
At first this strength only made It harder
10 00 anyining, as most of the sellers
took It ss a sign of still better prices,
but It soon becsme apparent that this
whs ns far as buyers Intended to go, and
In the end the big end of the supply
moved at a MflOc doollne. Even after a
trading basis was aKreed on the move
ment was more or Iras slow, and It was
well alonjr toward midday before any
thing nke a clearance was made.
The big end of tho sales was made at
IS. 36, with a quotable bulk of JS.3OtfS.40.
The tendency on both days this week
has been toward a better demand fof
lightweight stuff, and today these grades
sold at about the same prices as the
more weighty offerings, a good share of
thn top prices being paid for hogs that
were on the light order.
Na. A. Pa. IT. No, A. Bt. Tr.
47 It! , IH SO 33 40 a at
w m to a so si.......m .. ass
It 1ST ... a at it sit m a at
m aot uo a so to m too a as
so W7 to 1 to ai 7 ... a ss
it in ... a si si too 40 a ss
at t"t iso s so n ui ... a as
at lta ... a so 71 it: ... nu
m ssa too so ai tit .. ass
7S.......IH ... a an m sio so t si
as ..t47 ... sio it sis ... ass
at its ... a so ss jit ... nm
a? tas ... a am 77...... .111 110 asm
7t sit ... ass at ,. so an,
71 .zts 40 a ss 31 it: ... 1 114
7i 314 iso a at ts it 1 ... a to
74 s ao a ss 41... ...sia . . a 40
41 tu .., m at mi . . a 40
?4 an ... a as m ..aio ... a 40
U 111 to a 14 74 141 ... a 40
It 191 40 S St 67 14 ... 40
4 ist ... a as 11 sot ... a 40
7t. .,. lit a ss so sio M a 40
74 111 iso a ss M tin ... a to
11. . ...mi . a ai is ui ... a 40
i 140 40 s ss
at iot . : ts
Totals 3.92S 3,776 12,402
CATTI.T5 Thn cattle run was about on
a par with yesterday, 153 fresh cars being
roportcd in, Ttie total ror mo vwo aay
amounts to 2.553 head, .being larger than
Inst week by a few hundred head and
larger than a year ago by about 1,100
head. . . ..
The trade was agin very slow nd nun,
the same as It has boen on moat recent
days, with the tendency lower. The gen
eral run of beef steers wero arouna jug
lower than vesterday. Some) of the beat
cattle may not have shown that much de
cline, wnue oiner Kinng may nave suown
The best light heifers were In good de
mand at prices that wero about steady
Cows were neelected and It was well
along toward midday before buyers really
made any errort wnatever to mane a
clerance of cow stuff. Cows wero fully
lOfjlSo lower right from the beginning.
Stackers and feeders opened up very
slow and around 10o lower than yester
day. quotations on cattle: Good to prime
yearlings. 3S.2589.(X: good to choice beef
steers, 1S.16QS.75; fair to good beef steers,
37.75tia.l5, common to fair beef steers,
37.25S7.75; good to choice cornfed heifers,
37.2Sa-S.00; good to choice cornfed cow,,
30.6047.00; fair to good grades, 35-iJ&WW;
common to fair grades, 34.2505.60: good
to choice stockers and feeders, J7.tMu7.fii:
fair to good stackers and feeders, J6.50
7.25; stock cows and heifers, J6.00'a7.50;
stock calves, JO.COS.OO, veal calves, 37.u0
439.60; buulls, stags, etc, H.76ttS.7J.
SHEEP The Interest In ewes and lambs
was not as great as yesterday, though a
fairly liberal supply of each sold generally
steady to ft shade higher. As often Is
the case, packers took the best offerings
first, and bought the balance later In tho
forenoon, the last to sell being heavy
nnd medium grades. While a strong un
dertone seemed to feature tho early mar
ket, the movement scaleward was rather
slow, which may have been due to the
wet condition of the fleeces as a result
of the rain early this morning. The Im
provement in values was on the better
class of killers nnd, while prices on the
less desirable grades were largely steady,
in somo instances tney naa an easier ten
dency. A clearanco took place at a rea
Mexican offerings wero trt n scarce.
'ed western lambs moved anywhere from
,iu to gs-iu, witn some shorn kinds going
it 38.SoST.00. A string of lambs on tho
shy order went to a feeder buyer at
tea western ewes made a new top for
I'tvear. as 424 head, nverscinir 11S nnnnrii.
Ml up to 30.45, It being the highest point
'" 37.00 was reached In Anrll of lnur
re, Most of the ewe sales were mado
Tla rarAlntis smnnnts in anm 19 nnn
lad being 4.0f!7 more than a week ago
ni pl9 more than on the corresponding
' syeriago. Monday and Tuesday's
JPPlr together foot up' about 21.000 head.
4mnri(i Wth 24J.IOS for,th same days
lit weik. 27,324 two weeks ago and 19,689
luotaUons on sheep and lambs: Lambs,
lcan. 3S.00mg.60; lambs, good to choice
JiKW.20: lambs, fair to good west.
3"'i7,85: lambs, culls, I8.6ftff6.60: year-lVL-1.,5ht'
tf 'toW.fiOt yearlings, heavy,
we? 10; wethers, good to choice. W.60i1i
"wethers, fair to good. J6.0Gfj6.C0: ewes,
gO' 33 'jo' W',(W,4S; swe8' fBlr
144 eder lambs
243 4-nfArf l.mh. .
lower, top, IS. 45; bulk of sales, 3S,3o3
SHEEP AND LA MBS -Receipt s, 4,50)
head, market steady, lambs, J7.251J8.30.
I HICA;0 LIVH STOCK MARKET
tntllr bIimt nntl Wonk lloga Most,
CIIOCAGO. March 31. CATTLE 1
celpts. 4,000 head, market, slow and weak,
calves 2S4TS0e higher; beeves, J6.95U9.IJ,
Texas steers, 37.20flfl.20: western steers,
J6.9OK9.60, stockers and feeders, 35.50ffe.00,
cows and heifers. JXCW.W; calves, s.50
HOGS-Recclpts. 11.500 head: market,
slow and generally steady, bulk of sales,
J8.6MrS.CO; light, JS.5Orr8.70; mixed. JS rvffi
8.674; heavy, JS.2MrS.00; rough. JS.2oflS.3d,
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 24,000
head; market, sheep strong to 10e higher,
nnd lambs mostly lOo lower; native, 35.50
W 7.00; western, l5.50O7.00; yearlings, JS.50
ttT.IM; Inmbs, naive, J7.IOSj6.25; wevatern,
NEW YORK, March 31. METALS
Lead, quiet; 33.764f3.Ra; Iindon, 150 9d,
Spelter, steady; J3.2IiiG.30; Ixtndon 21 7a 6d.
Copper, firm; standanl spot and June,
311.50V14.30; electrolytic. J14.624, lake
J1.V00, nominal; casting, 114.374.' Tin,
ttulft; spot, W-Kim.2.; June, 3S.1240
33.024. Antimony, dull; Cookaon's. 37.25.
Iron, nulct, unchanged.
London prices: Copper, firm: spot,
2a6d. Futures, 6fti0s. Tin, easy,
svot, 173 2s fkl. FutlitTS, 174 17s 6d. Lead,
60a9d. Iron. Cleveland wnrrants, COsPd.
8T. LOUIS, March 31. -Lend, lower at
33.fA7l3.70. fpeltor, stronger at 35,15
Oils nnd Itnaln.
NEW YORK. M.rch 31.-COFF91E -The
market was lower today under
liquidation, renowed bear pressure and
foreign selling. The market opened
steady. 3c to 12e lonor. Bull support
caused moderate rallies during the
morning, but the general tendency wan
downward, and the market closed steady,
20ft2l net lower. Sales, 'il.OOO bogs. April,
S.fi0c; May, 8.71c; July, SSSc; Beptembor,
9.05c; October, 9.15c; Decembr, 9.25c; Jan
uary, v.jvc. npot, quiet; hio jvo. 7, e,
Santos. No. 4. 11V. Mild, dull; Cordova.
i:44 164c, nominal.
NEW YORK. Alarch 31 -COTTilXSKEn
OIIj Irregular; prime summer yellow,
3T.61; May, (7,61; July, J7.60: Beptembcr.
SAVANNAH. Gn.. March .H. TURPEN
TINE Quiet, 4(V5;c; receipts. 2 hhlr.,
shipments. 143 bhls.. stocks, 12,018 bbln.
ROSIN Fl-m; sriles. 2.340 bbls.; receipt.
1.559 bbls.; shipments. 3.IH2 bhls.; stock,.
119,42.". bhls. Quote: A. B. C. V, E, M.75:
F. G, J3.R5: II. I, K. 34.10; M. $4.W; N, 33.40;
WG, 33.M; W JVS-20.
tot ton fllnrktf.
NEW YORK, March 11.-COTTON-Vuturos
closed steady; May, 12 12c; Julv,
it.ui.-j august, ii.sic; urioDer, u lie: rr
cember. 1l.6o; spot, quiet; middling, US;
COTTON-Closod steady, net 4 points
lower to 2 points higher.
LIVHRPOOI March 31. COTTON
Spot steady; good middling, 7.63d; mld-
?ilmK7,.Jldi lQW middling. .8ld. 8ales,
No. Av. l'r. No. At. IT.
II ,. ll 7 IS 10 ., 1104 I 00
It t40 7 Hi 11 1244 1 00
11,,, 1111 7 40 1 iiii a 00
ti lilt 1 to b net a m
a 1:11 7 m 10 iou 1 no
14 10U 7 to II 1047 a 10
11., mi 7 to nt ism s it
21 ...IMS 7 70 31 14) a 20
14 11M 7 T& 4 tti U'i
14 3 7 S3 20 1404 t 34
IS 1112 7 10 11 1404 I 26
11 ,.10JJ 7 M 11 101O 8 94
ss isrt 7 Si 1 1620 a m
II 1144 7 SO 7 Hit S bl
tl J12T T i
BTEKRB AND HEIFERS.
7 42S 7 M 11 11 7 70
It Ill 7 II IS Ill T IS
24 S4 7 to 20 601 I 00
10 m 7 "cows.
t ais a to 4 1027 1 to
2 S4S 1 eo a ti; 6 M
7 W0 4 10 2 1240 t 40
4 iqii a ia b , a4 c tu
4 S70 a 71 2 1140 4 M
2 nil a 00 114 t eo
4 1217 4 It 7 ISO 7 00
2 Hit 24 5 Ill 7
4 vu as t no 10)
21 1010 4 SA
420WB AND HEIFERS.
1 720 t 40
7 sat 4 0 7 til 7 00
It US 4 tfl 11 S7S 7 24
t io an 1 7M 7 a
t IM 4 t4 1 110 7 H
a 1074 1 00
w- iorado ewes
M Jder lambs ..
19 tprado bucks
J cdfed lambs
303 coed lambs
H? aPr yearlings
202 Bolt Dakota lambs.
Hi Dakota lumbs,
206 Colido lambs
199 corm lambs
300 corn lambs
81 corn! ewes
216 Wyplr wes
Knnsicitjr LItb Stock Mnrket.
hanha CITY. March 3. CATTLE
Receipts, too head, market steady to 10c
lower; prk fed steers. J8.40tt9.00; drossed
K'iLo'if0! 0tf.2i: western steers,
ftS-H' Vthern steers, J18JS7.85; covs.
JI.6tVit7.60; lifers. J7 W8,75; stockerN and
n.80; bulls, J5.75n)i calves,
HOaS-Rjlpts, 12.000 head; market 10c
r'.fS'i .t11"?' J3.25H6.45, heavy,
Ol.8,". tkers and butchers, J8.34W
8.45; light, b5fl8.; pigs. M.608.f.
, HHEEP.An LAMBS Receipts, 8 000
nean; marKepncoc higher; limbs, steady,
lambs. J7.0q.25; yearlings, J6.00tf7 25
wethers, Jo.a.60; 4)wes, $5.00Q!.t5.
4 10 . .
...170 10 00
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
ao 4 1 14 w iu
it 1U 14 Ill 7 14
Ml 7 2t 22 737 7 to
ate 7 in a 714 1 to
too 7 40 ta ani 7 to
412 7 to ! an 7 70
710 7 41
16 steers.. ..1303 6 75 4 steers.... 562
M cows 104S 6 4 canners. D72
24 canners.1033 i 00 6 stk. hfs. S to
it calves.,. 161 5 35 6 bulla 1106
15 cows.. .. S10 6 35
HOGS Receipts were moderate
Tuesday, something like 9.000 head being
received- For the two days the total Is
14.100, being a little over l.ttt) larger than
lust week, but more than 9,500 short of
the corresponding days last year.
Aside from a few leads of light hogs
bougnr by shippers early at a nickel do
llne the market opened out very dull,
r-arkcrs were offering 10c lower prices,
and as the shipping demand was not
e fttnek Market.
March 31. CATTLE
oojdt tniLrknt 10. lnur-
native steprs.-i0MJ7.Ki: butchers.
'WjWwa andllfeik JS.COgi.OO; catmers.
J4.OOfj6.00: stoQlU ahd feeders, J7.903rt.35.
calves. 6.0018.r bills, stags, etc, J3.49
y 7.00, I I
HOOS-Kectlrt , 30 head: market 10c
lower; heovy, SJ4V.S0; mixed, 38 274;
llsrtit. J8.4J8.27bfik ot aales, -J.SW
SHBKP AND I'-IMDS Receipts. ECO
head; marVcl stidy
6,76; wetrlcra. J5JQ'
ST. IX3UI8. Mrol
celpla, '3.7W headim
lower: beef tert 1
helferf. ,l.2Sfj."5; ato
J5 ftB8.ti southern tte
ard heifers, J1.50Q4H6,
steady to 50 lower; lit
8.70; mixed and butthe
SHEEP AND LAlIB
had: market 10S16c llgl
i6.50: Iambs. J7.0OOS.W;
t steady to 'Oc
25, rowj and
rs and feeders,
d lights. T7-XV
Ury linoda Dlnrkct,
NEW YORK, March 31.-DRY GOODS
cotton yarns were easier and lower to
day. Colton goods were steady with pur
chasing fair In gray goods. Uncertainty
ns to styles Is hampering the fall alltc
business. Foreign carpets and rugs are
being sold more freely here than had
ErniinrntPtl Applea nutl Dried Krnlls.
ASr?',5K Mrch Jl-KVAPORATED
fJCfm1BS-,:"'m;.f!lno?; liWSWCi choice.
10f10,H' prime, 94tj94p.
DRIED FRUITS-Prunes. firm. Apri
cots, steady. Peaches, steady. Raisins,
PREACHER BEATEN IN
KEOKUK MAYORALTY RACE
KEOKUK, la., March Jl.-B, W. Moore
head won over Rev, J. F. Sander In the
election for mayor today.
CEDAR RAPIDS. Ia March 31.-Mayor
Louis E. Roth and the entire city coun
cil were returned to orflce today.
CLINTON, la., March 31.-W. H. Far
ver, democrat, was elected mayor today
over a progressive running on the cltlrens
LlTr Htoclc In
RecelPta of live gtocK
w estcrn maracis w wa
St. Joseph ....
Bloux City .
e six prln-
M. Joat-pn isv4f 3irk fiyrt
ST J Of is 11 1 aio.. .-Mfircn 1WTTLE
iteceipts, 1 i nraa- inarKri ai,teerai
ei.lArtfn o, 'un unit in imir, fOvls.50
IIUUB-UC"einij, s.iiv ncaa, iiet
Has Imllalors But Ho Comcaliftrs.
A. Bafe, Speedy and Posltira Cure fa
Cjrb. ijUnt. Sw.eir, Oapasl Heek,
traiaed lendana, jauniler, Wlii
i. suuaniu rraa I5S1TIB,
WstUnj a?d ythtr hnr tioaral
Oursa all aiia diwaaas ar TaraaJUa,
Jaroth, nipbtherls, Uemorsg Tu
Sua eh fa froa Hortu t CttUt.
per belli. Sola br drugtUta. or eant W ax.
!,..u- .aSnl tor daaeriptiss ejmilata.
tesUmoDlala, eto. Adlress w
" th Lawreneft-Wllllamt Co.,Clavlgnd. 0.
100 Concord Grapes S3. 50
i.n wiin oraer. sent prepaid,
GATE OITY NURSERY,
1802 Farnum Street, . Oraabn, Neb,
MONEY IN GRAIN
lie.W burs puts or ealla on It SMS bu.nsla ot wti." or
corn. No timber risk. Aranreanntoftefrtjairrlce
altssjpu an opportunity to take lj. li-.S49Se. sSo
nni. , h..H. ... v - . ...
rlta lop barllFUUra.
Cumpany, ttl finance BuUdlair, Knur
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