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TJIK HKK: OMAHA. WEDXKiSlUY. MAIiCH 24. ini".
It oases rt (otlnira.
-ROOM modern bouse, J' N. 3(tli St. 14.
Tel. Red :..
per hr.. drey. I mn, II. per hr. J7U
Webster. Doug. 14M.
J. U. iCCQ rs" "Sragt
LVJ Karnam. p. ciai
Wa have a complete llet of all houses,
apartments and (lata that are for rent!
This list tan be sees free of charge at
Omaha Van Moras Co.. 80S So, m
8-reoni mod, house. 2512 Chicago. I). 8145.
lOUSeS I',' ,JPJW ' the city.
" Cretan Bona AV Co., t
7-RoOM. nil modern. 24:i Parker St.
t RtJtiyS, 3807 Jones hi., $.1n. Never been
occupied. Sleeping porch; onk finish:
modern throughout. Apply 3115 s. r.th tit
Phono Douglas SW.
6EVKN HOUMS, Penii perk, modem,
clone to car. $:. Walnut :3"y.
NIl'K modern bouee. 6 rooms, corner lot,
25 locust St.; attractive home. Shep
aid. Owner, Web. M2.
$.)0.00 6-room all modern house, garage.
IJO.OO 8 rooms, modern except heat.
IJ.VOO S-room, modern, paved street.
IW.OO in-room tut. modern.
I.'S.OO 7-room, all modern.
$-S.&0-S-room brick house, steam heat.
AMERICAN JSECtTRlTV COM PAN T,
Ioug, 8013. Wal. W7, Harney 2M5.
2"i0 HOUSES IN ALL PARTS OF CITY.
117.50 5-r., mod., 221 Lnthrop.
$?2fi0 4-r. Apart., Hi No. 2ith.
$3."..0o 7-r., mod., 120 No. Mth.
fco.00 11-r., mod., 1910 Cass.
81H.0O 6-r., mod. ex. Iiat, 2"9 Caldwell.
$27.fiO -r.. mod. ex. heat. 2705 Douglas.
$24.00 7-r., mod., 3113 Leavenworth.
$42.50--r., mod. brick Apt., 106 So. 33d.
J100 00 12-r.v, mod. brick, 411 So. 3ith St.
Call up and we will locate you anv
where. W. M. NASH A CO..
Real Kstate and Rentals.
02 Rec Hldg.
Office Phone Red 3235; Night, ITarnpy 1127.
A tore tad Ofrire.
SPACIOUS desk room, 015 Brandels
WANTKD TO BUT
Y a la buys everything 2d hand. Tyler 1418.
OFF1CK furniture bought and sold. J.
C Reed. 13)7 Farnam. Doug. 14.
WB BUY iM-na.nd clothe. I4fl N. 44 th.
WANTED To buy gasoline engine, 1V4 or
t h. p. Address O ZS. Hoe.
Blightly used hlgh-grsu? piano. D. 2i7.
OULDKN oak typewriter desk. D. 3."21.
FARM a HAIM.il- l.ANU FOR AL
FOR SALE At a big sacrifice If sold at
once, my equity In ten acres of the
finest land in Merced county, one mile
noirt Pmnana. Aduiess B. A. Alberta,
Hotel San Diego, 6an Dlcgo.
TO SETTLERS ONLY 820 ncres for $300.
Rich corn, alfalla and wheat land; no
acd. J. A. Tracy, Fort Morgan, Colo.
1,020 or 4S0 acre stock and dairy ranch,
20" acres bottom land alfalfa; MO acres
cultivated timber; good , Improvement;
cattle, horses), machinery. Chae. A. i'et
tersen, Watklns, Colo.
F.XCHANOE Grapefruit grove In Flor
ida, $15,000 for good Income; not heav
ily encumbered; lumber or hardware busi
ness: grove will net 10 rer cent on 25.
(00; can add land up to $20,000; show good
returns and particulars In first letter.
Paul Lavcrents, Miami, Fla.'
. 20 ACRES irrigated land, Payette, Idaho,
to trade or sell; price very low. C. L,
Kelly, Owner. Address E K0, Bee.
BARGAIN 240-aere f aria 20 miles from
Minneapolis; 140 acres ujder cultivation,
40 acres good meadow, 6 acres timbered
paature; can practically all bo cultivated;
good corn land; farm is fenced; 10-room
house, barn, granary, mach.no shed, wind
mill, etc.; U Head good milk .cow, 4 good
liorsea, harnesaes, .wagona, complew set
of machinery, Hogs, ciilckens and every
thing on the farm goes at 45'per acre;
14.000 caan, balance can sUnd for 10 years
at per cent, (Schwab Bros., 102 Viy
niouth Mldg., Minneapolis. Minn.
BKiLlNG several high claaa stock farms
direct 10m owners. Farms near cities,
prices right, ftifr up. Spring work starts
around April 10. M. hi. Carlson. Clear
water. Minn. -
. . . ManUM
RENTERS. itOMESEEKERS Your op
portunity, ft.m acres Irrigated wheat
and alfalfa land for settlement at Valicr,
Mont. 41.M to 50 per acre; fifteen years
time. For particulars, write Valler tarm
Sates Co., Bo 1002. Valicr. Mont.
BIGGEST land sals of the year now on.
100 forty-acrs farms WHO each. Good land.
"Well settled locality. Cloae to railroad.
112 per acre is half actual value. Great
est bargains in South Missouri at sensa
tional prices. Write today for free liter
ature. D. Merrlam, Ellis & Benton.
Kansas City. Kansas. .
WANTED FARMERS Land In a mild.
pleasant climate at true value. No ex
tremes of heat or cold. I have for sle
farms, stork ranches, business opportu
nities. ' The best land In Oregon. 120
m-rws, price 6.iu, one-half cash, balance
terms. 119 acres level valley land, 50
ncres cultivated, more can be, 35 acres
timber brush pasture, balance open pas
ture; rich black soil, good house, barn
and out-bulldlngs; . family orchard;
tenoed. oros-teiiced ; schoolhouwc on
land; good road, cream route, telephone.
C. H. Burkholder. Lebanon, Ore.
( Upper Wisconsin
' Best ua.ry and general crop state la h
union: suiliera wanted. Lands for sals at
low prices on aasy terms. Ask for book
1st No. M en Wisconsin . Central Land
Grant. EicsUent lands for stock raising.
If Interested la fruit lands ask lor book
i. n a ..nia Orchards. Address Land ana
Industrial Depatuusat, boo Lin Katiway,
FAKMS XJK RENT
UNIMPROVED 4 and U-acre tracts.
JOHN N. FRENZER DOUGLAS 554.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Cl'i'V anu laiui loan, s on. per oral.
J. H. Duroont at uo., i piats puna
WANT&iJ 'Jny Kiana t-stra 'Iroat Co.
y aM'b,u CJty wans an-1 warrants. W.
l-aiiiuui Siniin . 'o.. tarnain.
ilONKY on band for city aud farm luaiu.
H. W. Binder. City Nat. Bank Bldg.
tliu to it.w luauiv piuuiim. . D. Wel,
Wa Hiag., 1Kb auJ Farnam ta.
EK urn first for farm loams la eastern
Nea. Uaitad atataa i rut Co.. Oman a.
7p. CITY LOANS. C. r. iVrlLerg,
u tlH-ili Brandels Theater Bldg.
CITY property. Larue loans a specialty.
W. A TnoraM, J State Bank Bid.
OUAiiA homea. Ikaat Nabraska faruta,
O KEkFU REaL F.VA1E CO..
1014 Omai.a Natl. fMiuaiaa Vli
iU to liU.wuO Raiii prooipuy. . u. vt eati,
Vvead Bldg., IMU ar.O uu bis.
ABSTRACTS OF TITLES
(ICKli AUairact Co., oidst abstrai't o(
rce In Nebraaka. Braiid.s Tliealen
KEKH Tills Uuaraaica an4 Abktract Ca,
a snodsro atxu-a. 1 alEtca. JUu 0. iUn St.
I Luii Ixuglas fc4KJ.
RE.IL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Franis flats aad toiiK, g.H4 r).r,
e! ioialrd ti-um tin yrly. Pli.e.
utiti-k .f. Umu only H.ii caan re-
""".NOKTII flf'E KKALTT CO.,
J4th St fiid Ainrs Avr
riTirlN biut'Hi.a attv all Inipiuve
it.nl i a"d paid. suff. Int fiuntage
i..r a .l--n fi t ri r ." ).
I'WNr INVI.bTWKNT 1VIPNT.
lu.4i t"l. W ale I'lo k o
nEAL ESTATE TiOIlTH SIDH
LAURELTON and BELLE ISLE
The most remarkable development ever made in Omaha
has taken place in these two additions, lying south of Miller
Park and west of 24th street.
Is going on there NOW than any part of the city.
Only 9 Lots Left
One ori Laurel Avenue $8.V
One on Crown Point Avenue $800
Two on Crown Point Avenue, each $950
Two on Kansas Avenue, each $1,150
One on 25tJi Avenue $800
Two on 27th Street, each $700
These are all fine lots and the price includes eewer, water
and walks for each lot.
Come Out Today
See 15 houses under construction and see why a hundred
other buyers selected this spot.
New and entirely modern, furnace heat:
six rooms and bw,th; fine arrangements;
oak finish: splendid full sized baaement;
nice lot, on navea street; new and at
tractive homes on all sldea. Near csr
linoi Can be bought on easy terms. This
bungalow was built by day labor and will
bear close inspection throughout.
Scott &HU1 Co.
Phone Douglas 1009. 7 McCaguc Bldg.
!S77 EVANS 6-r. mod tioma. oak finish
throughout; easy terms. Wsb. Wit.
REAL ESTATF WFWT SIDE
At 33d and
. i j k..llln .! loft
we nave buvciii buuu .... ...... ... ' " .. '
fronting east on 33d, Just north of Cali
fornia, which would be an ideal location
tcr m tirlck flat or a small apartment for
tin Investment. ...
We built two ouiiaings in inn
last year, and they were rented immedi
ately. We will have plans drawn accord
ing to your own Ideas, or we will advise
what is Desi 10 ow ii -......
in this locality. It will bring vou at
least 10 per cent net on your Investment.
We have several buildings already built
and rented that we can sell you in rase
.i u a A Ki It r S ( hi Ml
you ao not want w uuiiv. , , r m
cah will handle a double brick bulldinff
. , . . txi. i it tit nan Valtl t f MAs
in mis locniiL-y. n wni
us ab out this at once., ,
Hastings & Heyden
" 1614 HARNEY STREET.
Fine Modern Home
.... -A fir.. .Inln nnrch.
house is absolutely modern, delightfully
arra-iged and in pink of condition; with
out doubt the best close in bargain in
such a fine district that we have offered
for a long tunc; oiociva w n.ii. -...
You had better see thbj before you buy.
Tylef 1536. Bta'.e nana; ciog.
At a Sacrifice Price
11 1.. .,r.M innm hniiRA and
lA K llrClociVed south and
west; small payment """"""" V ' d" V
suit. House alone cost 11.400 to build. A
TV.,, 423. 24 State Bank Bldg.
Nice Modern Home, West Part
of Citv Jiit UaK misn
Four bed rooms, sleeping porch, attic
full basement, south front lot at 8W
California street, with a cement drlve
to garage, convenient to Ilarner
iarf Oo out and aeo this fine home;
owner moving to Lincoln. .
W. H. GATES,' .
mt rim.ha Nat. Bank Bldg. Doug. 14.
FARNAM ST. West ot 40th. rooms. 3
V ' . - nak finlMh.
Dfiiruonia. 1 1 ni "
south front. Price W.S0U.
Y, ll. THOMAS & SON. Douglas lb8.
REAL EHTATE SOUTH SIDE
See This Place
Owner is hard up for cash, so the more
caKh you pay in now the better bargain
you will get. Thla la a fine chance to get
a home at a" bargain price. House la at
I.Cl 8. 26th Kt baa 6 rooms, all on one
floor, is mod. rn except heat, on paved
street, shade trees, two blocks from good
car line. See this house today, then make
your offer. It js to be had at a bargain
Creigh, Sons & Co.
rw liee Bldg.
Field Club District
s-room brick and frame; 4 bedrooms;
tile bath, sunrooin. sa( mg poivli. beauti
ful ei trlc light liiturea. lolJiUalw. must
r.VR:ri,cT"tt''oFF.CK D. 1144.
NEAR EiELI) CLUB
7 rooms, all modern, hot water heat,
cement basement and walks; fine east
front lot. paved street choice location,
prl' fJ.mj. Located on 3Mh Ave.
C. O. CARLliERU,
312 Brand.U Theater Bldg
NfcAH VINTON CAR 11AKN.
Can I fit .tfii'tly modern k-rooni
hoiiM on ea.y term.. A fine ila lor
r .mier. iiirra aia 4 iM-droom and
oulv W tlrM-ac from M.uth 'titta nr.
I'AYVK IVVi.eTM t.NT (JMPAST,
riioov D 'ltiU. r-l Hlo. k.
Investors Hb nwmrj read the Itcal
tNtat ads In The 1W. Advertise your
rop. rtir for a Quu k sale
REAL ESTATE NORTH SIDB
Martin & Co.
742 Omaha Nat'l Bank Bldg.
NEAR BKMIS PARK
Almost new B-room cottage, strictly
modern: oak finish in living rooms; fine
outh front lot; paved street, all paid.
C. (J. CARLBERG
' 313 Brandrla Theater Hldg.
NORTHEAST COKNKH UKT 3ith ave
nue and Ames avenue. Owner says sell
on terms to suit. Make us an offer.
house, strictly modern. Address 313, Bee.
SKCOND lot to corner 2rJ8 Crown Point,
faces Miller park. Web. 6373.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN
Must Be Sold '
Now Is the time lo buy a well built.
attractive hnuso loextert on one of the
choicest spots In Happy Hollow at a
price mat is right.
The house has 8 rooms, besides an out
side sleeping porch, finish In oak and
white enamel with selected oak floors
throughout. There Is a full basement,
with hot water heat.
The lot has a south frontaa-e of 7fi ft..
fronting a park and avenue with beau
tiful shade tree. Price reduced for quick
saie to fio,uw, out we want orrer.
George & Company
902 City Nat'l, Bank Bldg.
Phono Doug. 7i.
A h. 1 1 1 i f M 1 Amnm 4..tiwu kn.i.. in
(Dundee, on 60th Ave., 2V( blocks from car
line. I.arff reontlnn ti.li riiniuur m
and kitchen down stairs; S large bed
rooms ana oatn upstairs; full basement;
Combination heat, lauivlry and every
iiiiMi.-ni improvement.; rine appearance;
tiest location in city. Must bo sold ai
owner has left city and will not rent
Uood terms to right party.
4 brick flats, all rented at $1,320 per an
num; all well built; walking distance.
No trade, etrlctly cash. These flats are
inuuern ana cosi tis.uuu to Dulld. Owner
AV. M. NASI1 & CO.,
Tlll Kilt at T-a im nninl. .
03 Bee Bid. - Ihone Red 823fi.
nOme. lom terl Vtmt wann U ii .
?ne? f.t?,e b"t v'ur in Dundee. On
rl,oor there ' large living room
with fireplace and bookcases built in a
nice den with French doors, a large din
ing room with French doors to porch
complete kitchen with bullt-ln cabinets'
and a room off of the kitchen which carl
be used for breakfast room or girls
room. On the second floor are four nice
bedroom Including enclosed sleeping
throughout and nicely decorated through-
11.000 csj?h will handle.
Glover & Spain
919-ao City Nat. iBk. Bldg.
This Is a well built, strictly modern
house, having large living room with
brick firepiace, flnlahed. in quarter sawed
oak, attractive dining room and conveni
ent kitchen 1st flour. 2 bednvun. I
ceptlonally large, with Z closets and com
plete nam room on 2d floor; located on
high. Hlghtly. south front lot, tOxVJb feet,
affording a fine view.
For new B-room bungalow, havlna liv
ing loom with brick fireplace, dining
room with beamed ceilings, finished In
oak, 2 bedrooms, complete bath room with
showr, and convenient kitchen, all on
1st floor. Ktulrway' to 2d story, with
ample space tor 2 or I more rooms. North
front lot. GOxISO feet. Two hlncka from
car line. Terms about KuO rash, balance
like rent. These houses are cheap and
will sell readily. Investigate at once.
George & Company
Phone D. 'IS. tt City Nat. Bk. Bldg.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Oood arretge clone to Omaha Is one of
the best Investments today. We offer yoa
acreage tracts that are bound to increase
in value, and so close to Omaha that a
good price for your j.iodi.rLe Is aaaured.
See us today. We are acre specialist.
rifteon a'rea. West Center, five blocks
from car. Fine Improvements, cost over
lMw. price, l&,uol.
Twenty acres, s little farther out. Good
linprovr.nei.is. All in fruit and roneded
to U the equal of any fruit farm In the
state. Price, tl5,m.
Taenty scrs, northwest of Florence.
Very fair Improvements, lots of fruit and
shruboery. This land is rolling, but fine
for fruit, poultry or hog raising. J'rUe.
Twenty acres, about l' miles west et
Florence, a abort disian.e from the ir:a
isdain road. Very lair Imurwrrsienis,
fruit and shrubbery. Prl' ed .i Xf4 way
below pi lee of adiolnlng property.
Five acre., atwut inilesiuth of Bouth
Omaha city liinlls, with A No. 1 liu
i r. ineni.. that cvt at least i.M
Pre . in same locality. Improvs
menl. fair. Pi ice, 4. is.
O'NfiPH If. K. A; Ins. Af-nry,
luQ FAHNAU CT TtL. TVU.ll PTtf.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Rnmort Float on Board of Trade,
with Long? and Shorts Both
EXrORT TRADE IS FALLINO OFF
OMAHA. March 2!, 19IS.
With Prsemvsl In tlia hanila of ltuit.ls.
the avernge man of wheat liellevea thnt
the road to Berlin Is open and that there
is a possibility of KiiMinn wheat being
cXMirtcd. Many unconfirmed rumors'
were In circulation on the Board of!
, I . : . 1 ,
.iH.it.-, .uq urnvy intiooniion ov lonas
and shorts selling was Indulged In.
There was a fvellng in the trade nong
certain speculators thnt the war s hear
ing the end.
There has been very little export bills
and the sealoai'd i-eortcd only fifteen
loads of wheat ,.ind thirteen loads of
corn for shipment abroad.
Coarse grains are both lower, largely
In sympathy with, the price losses In
wheat and helped also by tlie lack of
buying power from the cash Article,
The weather Is against the shelling and
movement of corn, and It Is also raalnst
the seeding of onts. but these facts are
given no groat amount of attention by
Omahn, Spot Market Wheat was tin
changed, corn was Vc to le higher and
oats were c lower to 'c higher.
Clearance of wheat and flour weve
equal to 8U6.O0O bushels; corn, lol.OOO bush,
els; oats, 114.000 bushels. Corn closed d
lower at Liverpool.
Primary wheat receipts were i"t.0i0
bushels and shipments 421,Ok bushels,
against receipts of 4ss,0i0 bushels and
shipments of 474.00O bushels last year.
Primary corn receipts were 601.000 bush
els nnd shipments fcA.tmo bushels, against
receipts of N4H.H00 bushels and shipments
of 6KI.O00 bushels last year.
Primary oats receipts were 874.000 bush
els and fhlpments Kis.(KX bushels, iigRlnxt
receipts of "W.ono bushels and shipments
of 8.'i4.000 bushels last year.
Wheat. Corn. Onts.
Chicago IS'i Hi 3a
Minneapolis 1TH ...
Omaha 4 27 !
KanSHS City II 74
Kt. lxuls M M
Pales reported today: Wheat No. !
hard winter: 1 car, f 1.51V. No. i hard
winter: 1 car, $1.6Pi: 3 cars. II. TO. No.
4 hard winter; 1 car, 11.4ft. No. S aprlng:
1 car. I1.49H. No. 4 mined: 1 car. 11.44.
Rye Sample: 1 ear, $1.10. Corn No. 4
white: t cars. M4c. No. 3 yellow: 2 ears,
69c. No. 4 yellow: 1 car, 6SHc, No. 6
yellow: 1 car. (Sc. No. t mixed: t car.
iK'jc. No. 4 mixed: 1 car, near white,
6Nc; 1 car, use; t car, tnstc; l car, ec.
No. 6 mixed: 1 car, Ofic. Oats No. 2
white: 1 car. S7'4c. Standard: 1 car.
M-V. No. 3 white: 4 cars. 6tVc; l car,
&c. No. 4 white: 4 cars, ojftc. unmpie;
1 car, Mc; l car, 640.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 Tur
key, LoJH(fil.f3'4; No. 3 turkey, ll.Barul.5.1;
No. 2 hard. jf.WH'al.Mc; No. IihiM.
T14Htf1H; No. 3 spring, $t.4K4n.4.t;
No. S durum, tl.44iir1.46; No. 8 durm, $1.43
B1.4fi. Corn: No. i while, 6MMJ7IV; No.
2 white, ffl'i'SflieV: No. 3 white, 1f8tfc;
No. 4 white, x.ti8Mic; No. 6 white, M
8'4c; No. ft white. b7H(Bii4c: No. 1 yel
low, 69i()44c: So. 2 yellow, iiV ;
No. 3 yellow, 6SH?iW4c; No. 4 yellow, S
f9o; Nc. 5 yellow, tix'msc; No. ( yel
low, 7V-ciie: No. 1 mixed. WV4(jjiSc; No.
2 mixed, S8'JftiXie; No. 3 mixed. 6MWt'.i;
No. 4 mixed, 67teWcj No. 6 mixed, "'oi7o;
No. S mixed, 6Ti(S.c. Oats: No. 2
white, B7(fi,4o; standard, KS4rjifi4e: No.
S white, 5(VdWVc; No. 4 white, fjfiViifiWW
Barley: Malting, 7Kif7c: No. 1 feed. 3
6Sc rtye. No. 2, H.13GU4; No. S. $1.12
CHICAGO GRAIN AMD PROVISIONS)
Peatares of the Trmdlag; aad Closing
Prices oa Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. March 23.-Rcports of wide
spread danger from liessUn fly made
wheat run .up In price today notwith
standing a tumble at the start. The mar
ket closed strong, 2Vnaic above last
night. Other leading staples, too, all
scored a net gain corn. VHo, oats, Vrtf
o and provisions 6pl2'4c. '
According to a leading authority evi
dence snowed that Hessian fly was in
the domestlo winter wheat crop this sea
son over a wider area than for several
weJL7: 2" i2reJlirtpl that tne next
w,k" woilld bring about an unusugl
number of complaints of the presence
or the Insect It noed csuse no surprise,
he added, if a crop scare of considerable
proportlona should develop regarding
orhS:itn:!chevf K'Vir ,trom westim
Ohio to the eastern half of Kansas. Other
experts pointed out that the lightness of
the r.Mrv. . .trl. - i L
, . -- .iiiKfi.. im-uma a rur-
l!LSoure ot 'I"! n c" t"o serious
found to ,be ,true."a,UOnB
Ecxport demand, which of late' has
iu u . ln" 7"ni revived today when
the wheat market began to bulge. The
.ujiiih, nosuy ac ine seaboard,
WSB RSlli te n n-ir ....... 1 orn a . '
There were also reports that Minnesota
millers had refused big orders for flour
snd that Argentina wheat shipments
turned out to be of unlooked-for quality
On the other hand, lower cable quotations
had much to do with ah early down
turn in prices here.
Corn swayed with wheat. Trade was al
most wholly of a local . character. Oats
tvt a nf fguttakH flixnniisa U smu .(V at- J
There were signs of tin active cash de-
ij tuna i ruin ine fwaDoaxa.
Provisions rampn on account or cover-
tun m iii rv. uwnnvtu , Ilia
market was oVprfleacd owlnk to a sag
all (.IJ4D Vl IUO Lfl 1 1 If (
Artlcl-I Open.l H)gh. Low. Cloe, Bst y.
May. 1 MH 1 S5H 1 toi 1MH 1
.luly. 1 204 1 Zi 1 1974 123?, 1 20
May. 72Ti 7.14 T2 n 7;i'4
July. 75H 76 7o'i 76U
May. RSS S4 5H B9H f9
July. M. 54 M M' (AM
May. 17 25 17 42V 17 22H 17 42H 17 30
July. 17 70 17 87V4 17 7V 177 17 76
May. 10 16 10 25 10 15 10 22Vi 10 1714
July. 10 42 10 b2V 10 40 10 60 10 46
May. M 10 0 60 10 00 S fr2
July. 10 15 10 82 10 26 10 82 10 2A
Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red.
tl.&2)i.ljG; No. 2 hard, 1.5ol.to. Corn:
No. 2 yellow, 74c; No. 4 yellow, 6ru.7ic.;
No. 4 white. 70c- Oats: No. 3 white,
r369c; standard, biaiuc. Parley, 74ty
83c. (Seeds: Timothy. I4.60ffl.uO: clover.
t.ot84.ii. Provisions: 1'ork, l7.1i;.
tarn. sv. id; rins, vt.utniv.ni.
Reports that Hessian fly had become a
menaoe In many moro pla-ea than usual
tended afterward to bring a, aiiarp ad
vane. Pesldea. It was said near the end
of the day that export sales at til" sea
board would reach 1.0.'0 bushels. The
close waa strong, 2'd-3iO above last
Subsequently the market developed
nrmneaa. owing to tne late strength of
wheat. The close waa strong, HrSc net
HI'TTKR-fteady; creamery, 20V2V.
EKiH Iiwer; receipts, ll.ltfO cases; at
nirk, cases Included, 17rl4c; ordinary
firsts, 17yci!7c; firsts. IK'.'U'lRWc.
PTATOK8 Hlsher receipts, 8 csrs;
Michigan sind Wisconsin red. 'd40c;
Michigan and Wisconsin white, i'.'fi .!(..
POULTUV Alive, unsettled, fowls. 14
49 lac; springs. 17c.
REAL ESTATE ACREAGE
Two 5-Acre Tracts
ft Acres In Keystone Park, good location,
fcf.OUO. Close to Henson.
5 seres on main road that runs north
o? Kni Park, east front, one of the most
desirable 6-acre tracts tbst ran be pur
chased la this locality; all In original
prairie; beautiful location, close to school,
12. 71 A
i: 1 1 her of these two pieces sre xcep
tlonal bargains and can be had on easy
Hastings & Heyden
114 HARNEY KTHEKT.
Lxx ated convenient te ar line In north
ot Krug Park district: lie high and
smooth; one of the prrttieat ttacts In this
diMiiet: ara offerlnv It for e .asli
price t ll for a f'w dava
Shuler & Can',
IX BiaU bank VMg
IIMIHI (.1'.M:HII, MttlKKT.
HI TTKU No. 1. l ib. cattyns, c; No.
2, fv , tubs. 20.
CHl'.l'.SK Imported Swiss. 34c; Ameri
can 8ulss ac; hliK-k Swlsev twins,
1 ; dniMlrs. 17e; trltlets. 17c; Young
Americas, l'c; hlue llel brick, 17c; llm
buraer, 2 lb.. 1-lh , 2IK-; New York
"sblto, l!v. Imported French ItiMiuefort,
FISH Trout. lVe: lnrge crapples, IV;
halibut. IV; channel cntflsh, le.
SWKKT IMTA DiKS--Kansas. 12.7 bbl.
HKKF CFTS-ltlbe: No. 1, No. 2,
ln-; No 8, ll'v. l.ins: No. I, !; No.
2. !.'; No. J, 12c. Chucks: No. 1, Sc;
No. t, 8,c; No. ;t, 7c. Hounds: No. 1,
1J.-; No 2. Il'.c. No. 3, pV Plates:
No. I. 7,e; No 2. 7',c; No. 3, tr.
PlU'LTItY Hrollei s, ?(V; spring chick
ens. Iim" lit. 11. lit" L. H.I.IKI-.
SV-f' il.ii. hU.,.' iln..l.a 1iw' s.-rt In." I
turkeys, l.KftlV; pigeons, xr dot., tH'e;
ducks, full leathered, liV; geese, full
feathered, 8o. siiuabs. No. 1, I.W; No. 2,
Aiarket quotations furnished by Ulllnskl
Fit C ITS t antes: Kxtra ranty Alpha
betical, all sites, I2.7.i per box. extra
fancy SunklM, all sites, fcl.W lr box; ex
tra fancy Hed Hall, all sltea, $.' Ji per
box. lemons Fan 'V Kunklst, "n, Shis,
$4.nttr4..piO ier box: cholco Hed Hall, 8:t.(i0
per box. tlrape fruit: $1.7."i box; Ms,
2.25 per box; ;:s. :'.( r box; '4, Kis.
12.50 per box. Apples: Kxtra fancy Wash
ligton PearniHines. I1.7S )ier box; extra
fumy Washington 8pitttiliurgs, 81.50 per
box; WashliiKton extra fancy Hoovers,
l.;ift per box; extra fancy black Hen
Davis, 11.35 per box; extra fancy Hlaek
Twigs, 81 50 er box; fancy Hlack
Twigs. 11.35 per box; extra fancy 1'tah
Oanos, 81.25 per box; fancy Roman Reali
ties, $1.10 per box; fancy Roman Reali
ties, & box lots, $1.40 per box; Hen Davis,
highly colored. $3.25 er barrel; Shield
Wine Paps, $4.00 tier barrel. Hananaa:
Per bunch, $2.0nS2.25; per pound.
VliOKTAHl,l't--aullllower, $;U.O per
crate. CabbaRe: New York Danish, 2c
per pound; Wisconsin Holland seed, lc
per pound; California new, 2c per
pound. Celery: Jumbo. fKV doten. Pep
pers, fV basket. ltluc,i: Head, $1 doten;
lesf, 40c doten. Onions: Red, 2o pound;
yellow, 2c. pound: white. 2c. pound:
Spanish, $l.ri crate. Artichokes, $1.50
doxen. Hndlves, 36c (Hiund. Hrussel
sproute. ). pound. Tomatoes. $l.."i0 bos
ket, tlarltc. 25c pound. Radishes, dOi"
doten. Turnip, 60c doten. Spinach, 50c
doten. Parsley. V -lor.cn. Heans, $4.fi
hamper. union Sets; Yellow and red,
$1.50 per bushel: white, $1.75 per bushel,
strawberries: Per quart. 60e. Potatoes:
Colorado Kurala, 7.V per bushel; Red
River Ohio, c per l.usbel; Minnesota
Whites, Hoc, per bushel. Sweet Potatoes:
Seed slock shipments, April 6 to 10, $2.00
MlNCKU.ANF.OV Nuts: No. 1 Cali
fornia walnuts, lo pound; black walnuts,
3 pound; filberts, IV pound; pecans,
12c pound; Hraxlla, 12-c pound; al
monds, 20c pound. Figs: 60 ft-ot., $2 per
box. Dates: Sugar walnut, $1.4 per box;
Hallowe'en, 8c pound. Popcorn, shelled,
4c pound. Limes: Per box, $1.76. Cracker
Jack: Per case, $3.M; half case, $1.75.
Checkers: Per ease, $3,50; half ca, $1.76.
Cider: New York, $3.50 per keg. Cocoa
nuts: Per sack, $3.liii; per doten, 75o.
Cranberries: Dates Howes, $7 per barrel;
per box. $&fyi. Peanuts; Raw, 7c pound;
raw, sack lota. Jumbo, 8c pound; rousted,
8o pound; salted, $1.50 per can. Mush
rooms: Per pound, UK:
New York Jeneral Market.
NEW YORK, March 2S. BUOAR-Raw,
firm; centrifugal, 4.NSc; molasses. 4.12r.
Refined lrm. Futures were firm snl
higher early toils y on a. renewed demand
from trade Interests and scattered buying
by commission bouses prompted by the
higher spot market. Prices at midday
acre 4f5 points not higher.
HUTTER Steady ; receipts. ll.SOtt tubs;
creamery extras, H2 points scoring, 2c;
creamery, higher scoring, 2W-'3e; crcam-
er firsts. ni'2o; seconds, 2.iv"uc.
PHEKHK lrregtilar : receipts 1.232 boxes;
state whole milk, held specials, 16Vril7c;
state whole milk, average fancy, K.ultio.
K.K"I8 Firm; receipts, 88,o;i cases; fresh
gathered extras, 22U23c; storage packed
firms to extra firsts, 20fd21Hc; regular
paiked extn. Iftrats. 2-KSul'.ict regular
packed firsts, 2ii21o: nearby hennery
wl lies, flno to fancy, 26c; nearby hennery
l'Ol'i.TKY Alive, firm; western. 17p
lite; tuikcys, l.VylKe; dressed, quiet; west
ern froten chickens, l!K-(t21c; fresh fowls,
ItfoISc; turkeys, 13j20c.
Mlnnrnnolls (iraln Market.
MINN ISA PO LIS, March 23. WHEAT
Muv. ll.4kUCil.4ii: July, ll.40; No. 1
hard, $1,641,1 No. 1 northern, $1.5uHj)1.52;
No. nortriern, n.4i wi.ei'ai.
FIX1TH Declined; fancy patents, $7,00;
first clears. $(1.20; second clears, $t.S0.
CORN No. 3 yellow, W,fWc.
OATH No. 3 white, 57rj7"iO.
Kansas Cllr flrala and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. March 2i.-WHF.AT-No.
2 hard, $1.4o4i 1.60; No. 2 red, $1.47
i iTU.- Muv 81.46V.: July. 81.1641.16;
yi. id kj m i ii 71Ue; No. I white. 72
(fi72c; No. 2 yollow, 72ijj'i2c; No. 3, 71
(ji72c; May. 7lc; Jiuy, 1074c; oepieuiutjr,
tl'c .. . ... . M
CIATS NO. s While, dsc; eio. s rainn,
Bt I.ouls Oraln Market.
8T. DOUIH, March J3.-WHBAT-N'o. t
red $1.61'&1.&2; No 2 hard, nominal;
May, $1.60;, July, $l.Wi. ,
CORN No. 2, 74c; No. 2 white, nominal;
May. 73l73Vc: July. 76o.
OATS No. 2, 68c; No. 2 white, 60c.
Liverpool tlraln Market.
........ m...l. MWHRAT-.
..l'vl"rxV.n.,ohM'.vi:t. m: NO 3 13.
llUVt i - -
8d; mixed, old, Us 2d; March, is 6d.
....... viMiL- M.iroh n rmFFKK The
mat kit for coffee futures Pf un
changed tO It pomiS MIKIier ..ii -
pean buying of later deliveries and In
svmpathv with the steady ruling of the
liratllian markets. There was no Im
portant demntid, however, and prices
later eased off under renewed near-month
..I,..,.. I ...t.nrrf I mil I. UK lilnir.
liquiimLioii iin . L
The close was tJ to 10 imlnts higher. Seles,
21,000 baga. juarcn, i . ."..-.
8Wci June, .5c; July. 7.IAic; August, 7.l.o;
rkipuunber, 7.21k' ; October, 7.26c.; Novem
ber, 7.82c; December, 7.38c; January, 7.44c;
February, 7.48c. Spot, quiet; Rio Nf. 7,
8c; Santoa No. 4, 10fcl0c. Very few offers
were reported In the cost and freight
market and prices were said to be about
unchanged. Rio exchange was hlKher.
while inllrels prices were unchanged.
Omaha llay Market.
. . . r . . . L ipi Tl) A 1 ft T l,- WAV
OlIIAJll. illliri l l iiniiiii. '
(liolce upland, $1.1,iu; No. 1. $12. "i0; No. 2,
$10.ryll.!VO: No. 3, t).im lO.OO. Choice mid
land, $12.50: No. 1, I12.: No. 2. $in.0ir
11 '! No. 3, $y.0ri Ui.uo. Choice lowland,
o.50; No. 1, $iauO; No.i 2, $S.Wrn.u0;
No. 8, $H i .50.
STRAW There Is no straw on the mar
ket. Choice bright wheat straw is iiuot
ablo at $6.rif4l7.ii: chobe bright oal or
rye et raw at $7.mKi7.tii.
AWAI.FA Choice pen-green. leafy,
fine ttein, $14.0Cil 15 00; tit tukes extra
choice to hrlnif II." ); No. 1, $13 5ltff 14 tl;
No, Z, $!2.0O13.; No. 3, $ll.Oifc 12.'.
NKW YORK, March 2S.-.M IOTA 1.8
I-ad, steady, $4.o5i4.lu; lindon USI 2a
id S elti r. nominal: Ixindon, i-l'l l.s.
Tin: Nominal; tlve-ton lots offered at
52'i0 Cupper: Firm; electrolytic. $15.314
'ul.1.30; eastings, nominal at $M.ai'(i l&.g.
Inn: Steady and um bunged.
At I mnilnn-Copper: SKt, 4.69; futurea.
fMt 1". Tin: Spot. 173 ; futures, A.iii.
HT I H IS. March 23 -MKTAI,S-Iad:
julet a $4 4.15. Spelter: l-iasler at
Vj .lt ta 10 00.
NKW YORK. March 23 COTTON
Slt, quiet, liilddlliig uplands, 9.26.'. Males,
Cotton f'lture closed very steady;
llanii. 8 02' ; May. !: July. 4c; tk--tober.
; Iw-eeiober. 9
The cotton market closed steady and
from 5 to 20 point net higher.
1.1 V FRF ! March 21. COTTON
Sp.it steady. S'io-1 inl'tdllng. 5htl, mid-
Ming, 5.3il. low ml. til. Inn. 4 tV.il.
Ilrr liiMtdt Market.
NfW YORK. March ft-liRV iHNiDfl
-4'otton giKMia rr. steady tixlay. Men's
wear lines aeV quiet. Fin dies goods
were In aleniaiul fur fill Silk trade lor
fsll was light, Joitliers reported a mod
Tl.itd Paseinan 1 V. i r Vaughn, iai of lb
Id. f r a In li'lernatiiifiiils. Is showing : as
put a bill, r with Hi '1 rulers at
OMAHA LIVE-STOCK MARKET
Cattle Steady to Ten Cents Higher
Than on Monday Sheep and
Lamb Pricri Steady.
HOGS FIVE TO TEN CENTS UP
SOFT 1 1 OMAHA. March 23. VM5.
Ruelpts were: Cattle, JIoks. theep.
Official Mondsv 4.fv"i 4 sT.i 14.(3
Kstlmate Tuesday ."..n lti,,'i)o lOfmO
Two dava this week.. l '."n SI. 875
Same tlsvs Inst Week . . 1N.:!47 a.ii70
Same days 2 weeks ago .7U 14. MO
Same dnys $ weeks ago lo.2f V.Q.2
Same dn a 4 weeks ago 9,tt 1W,1!I
Shiiio diiv last rar.. 7f.l5 12.!i'i
The foliowlna tahte snows the receipts
ef cattle, boss nnd sheep at the South
Omshs live stork market for the year to
date as compared lth Inst year
Cattle IXiTO 27
Hoas sis, WW t:7i'..lls
Sheen fv o-ai gn.lTS
The following table shews the average
price for hogs at the South Omaha live
stock market for the last few days, with
. Date. I ms. ii4.:ii.H isi2.l:l 1 . i 1!10 11909.
I 8 62:
$ :a $ t-'
6 7fli 7
6 fW 9i
7W 10 $2
8 84 8 31
8 4ii 8 4M
80' 10 if
8 50 8 6,1
8 6i'. 8 57
0 73110 351
67 10 3f
45! 10 63
6 45 10 49 64
6 45 10 61) 6 W
23 I tn
Receipt end disposition of live stock
at the Inlon Stock Yards. Bouth Omaha,
for the twenty-four hours endlna at 1
Cattle, llosa Hheen. Il'r'a.
C, M. St. P 7 6
Wabash 1 2
Missouri Pacific.... . 4
I nloji Pacific m t: V, I
C. A N. W.. east... 15 1 1
C. N. W., west.. 49 71
C St. P., M. & O.. 0 22
C. H. O.. east .... 7
C., H. ft west.... 45 81
C, It. 1. 1- P., east.. 11 16
c. R. I. P.. west. 1 I
Illinois Centra 7 7
Chicago Ot. West.. I
Total receipts ... 198 L':t4
Morris & Co
Sw tt A Co
Cudahy Packing Co.
Armour & Co
Schwarti & Co
J. VV. Murphy ,
Lincoln Packing Co.... 8
So. Omaha Packing Ca 12
W. H. Vansant Co 22
Henton, Vansant & J,JUBh 6
lllll AY Son 17
F. B. Lewis M
Huston fc Co 1
J. H. Root A Co 47
J H. Hnlla 77
1.. V ' llur HI
'Rosenstock Hros 30
II V. Itsmlttnn K
Sullivan Hros 52
Mo. Hr Kansa Cnlf Co -M
Haker. Jones & Smith.. 76
Tinnr tlmi.. .
John Harvey 12ii
Other buyers loo
fotala 4.N73 . 9,34.0 8,505
CATTLK-ltccelpts were very fair for
a Tuesday, but for the two davs this
week receipts foot uu only 9,020 bead,
being only about half tho slse of last
" e.-iv a excrpiioiiauy neavy run. nun tne
receipts for the week to date are larger
than tho corresponding week a year ago
by 2.01)0 head.
Light or handywetght beef steers were
In the best demand, as has been the
rase on most days of late. Heavy cat
tle, even of good quality, were not so
mucn sought arter. While the market
was not exactly active, there was a fair
demand, with prices ranging anywhere
. 1 1 n. . ... 1 . , , . , . ,
...... mwnuj iu mm mui.ii ai n iu nigner
In some spots, the general market being
safely a little stronger than yesterday.
Cows and heifers, especially the better
grades, were In active demand and sold
very freely at prloes that were strong
I 1Art 1. I . . . . . 1 . r .
... mifiir i.nitn vcBiernay. ieas ae-
slrable kinds wero at least steady.
Ut . w. U -r- .. .. A , . m 1
..... n mi., inuini. wrra in very lair
request with desirable kinds strong.
Ouotntluna ... II Ia . 1 '. 1 ...
.. . . . " - ' ' 1 .jiwu w tnnic
coinfed beeves. 7.6'aH.3n; fair to good
.-M-iu.u ucee, fi.iun'i.iu; common to
ralr corhfed beeves $.(i0iT7.10; good to
iholce heUors. $6.26(7.00; good to choice
r;r" .; iair 10 gooa cows, la.oirj
6.7..; common to fair cows. $4 tlf5O0; good
to choice stockars and feeders, $7.O0tf7 60;
iJ,r t0 00', "takers feeders. M.50(
T-.H,."., nknn imuri . n.fAT21i X. look
cows, 14.751,6.0.1; stock calvesT l.004j.7?60;
$4.7rif,T)o : ' Wi nu", la,r"' et0 '
....IIM T Ml
....lltt T 1
.... t7 T 15
....1124 T 10
..im i to
4 n i
..lio 6 7fi
4 71 11,..
..1170 I li i "
i t no i...,
1140 I 10 a....
i6o in . i....
'II Ml K 1A ,
HTfX KKItri ANikKKDI
' 40 18
774 t 7 a
1 aio 7k
WO f All
71, T It
sail t ;o
. " su j .g
UO(j Ker.,Y, while not vo urm- tm a
WINK AKli. Wrra fnlrlw Ilh..rul ..I.?.,., oil
. -' aw.jiF iiHtQ np ni I
I he two dy' totMl of 21,375 i
head inullne ihun iu l.
s over jx.um
but Is 8,4'JO
- . rim. nt'rn,
In view of the fact that advices front
dlher points were rather dlcournglng.
nippers and speculators started out buyl
ilia at nlmlitli ..,.-. ...i
giades luovinir freelv at fivu... ;...
r about a nickel lower HTan yraler-
'''-.'"''I'r'lng purchases was made
hlgi .. '$g.7!! h occln ld as
Packers were very bearish, making
nlr r.;rl? 0f,, r nt "kures that were
fully i. Itwer. Sa.ninen were not in
clined to make so large a concession, and
a a result most of the forenoon passed
before any packing hogs were sold.
In. the end sellers were forced to give In
and when the big hulk of the killing boa
sold it was at figures that were in most
cases a d'nie lower than yesterday. Move
ment remained alow throughout, and It
waa after midday before any sort of a
clearance was made.
As a general thing the shipier market
can be limited aa a nickel lower. hht
the packer trade was Just about a ilbne
off. !,aier In the forenoon a hen ship
per were buvlnn hog that were not so
I'esiriftljln from tii.-lr ..lint nt ilnw i ...
PP ked up a number of loads around I 0
and that puts the bulk of the shipping
t nrrhsses st the Istter flgur
being the rlHy's top. Most of the packers
droves were tut up nronnd It'..! S5, ag
syalnst yesterday's Kl market In kill
Ar. Oh. Pr.
No. A. Ilk P".
71 Ml ... t -
) mi ... r
7. ii: ... ;
7t J0 40 7l
.I I7 ... 75
ia ... (It
4: 21 . 4n
sn :: ...
-4 ... Hi
i.ii trt i
77 2-3 41 AW
4 l' 4f mu.
II 70 ... tf
SH FKP Fully steady prices were paid
for both sheep and lamli this morning,
notwithstanding the fart that early ad
vice from outside points were bearish.
I.Ike Monday trade was slow most of th
forenoon, but when a trading haala wa
finally resehed business was fslrlv actlv.
resulting In a seasonable clearance. Th
receipts were ll.rO head, against 15,132 a
week ago and 9.443 a year a an. Moat
other markets were well supplied. There
were hot as many ewes on sale this morn
ing, the total supply amounting to nc
more than half a cloien- loads, among
which were two cars of Scott's Hlufl
ewes as good a have been seen here In
a long time, that made a new high mark
for the year at $7.8.., the highest sines
1910. The bulk of the ewes moved at
$7.601,7.7:, and most of the lambs at $."
1t9.7."i, quality and weight fixing the price.
There wore no feeders to speak of.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Dambs,
Mexicans. I'.i.fio!.',; lambs, fed westerns
I" oi9 70; Ismhs. sheering. $8..Y.i! on
Mexicans, $9 40nt.76; lambs, fed western,
$H90.i9i; lambs, ahearing, $8.1taSa;
vearllng. llnht. $8 75"tr.0O: yearilnga,
heavy, 18 'iOS8 76: wethers, good to choice.
$7 i.VnvQtt; wethers, fair to aood, $7.fiOiJf7.76;
ewes, good to choice, $7.0(r7.5i; ewes, fall
ti good. $7 :ti7.60.
619 fed lamb 77
Ml fed lamba 73
453 fed IhjiiU 2
194 fed lambs 3
Ifci Colorado wethers 93
2i ru.l wethers Ml
128 fed lambs 79
17 culls fi7
130 fed lambs 79
86 Colorado bucks 148
741 Wyoming lambs 72
2U3 fed ewes td
CHICAGO 1,1 VH STOCK MARKET
" ' .a
Cattle II ran ltoa Weak fa Lower
Sheep I nettleit.
CHICAOO. March 23. CAT TLB Re
ceipts, ?.min head; market firm; native
steers. $5.ci, 7Ti: western, $5.35i7.40; cows '
and heifers. $.lv.t7.7:.; t gives. $7.00ii0.5t.
HoilS-lterelpts, 19,000 head; market
weak, iic to PV lower; bulk of sales. $A.ti.V
4J6.75: light, $i.5f,((i.73; mixed, KM!.);
heavy, $rt.2fh.76; rough. $6.26(66.40; pig.
tHIKKP AND T.AMRS-Reeelpta. 14,000
heHd; market unsettled; sheep, $7.101iilA;
y callings, $7.8TiTi0.15; lamba, $7.60n1.MO.
kt. I. oal l.lre Stock: Market
ST. LOIMS. March 23.-'ATTLE-'Re-.
celpt. 2.HH0 head; market lower; native
eef steers, $7.nv.i8.i; cows and heifers,
$5.!.i'(i8.26; southern steers, $6.25(rJ'7.75;
cows snd heifers, $l.00(r.00; native calves,
$6 nfiifi-io 25.
1HK1S Receipts, 120O0 head; market
Steady; pigs and H-hts, $5.8.V(f7.25; mixed
and butchers, $6.!C $0; good heavy, $7.00
SHEEP AND LA M B8 Receipts, 09
head: market steady; native muttons,
Kt.7r.TiS.0O; lambs. $U0iVu9.85: yearilngs, $7.50
rtl.90; sheared yearlings, $S;50t7..
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, March $3. CATTLE-
Receipts, 8,009 hesd; market weak; prime
fed steers, $6. 25ii'S 66 ; dressed raef steers.
$7.00fii.16; western steers. $g.R5igH 30:
stnekorn and feeder, lAOOQI.SS; bulls, $6.26
trtW: calves, $6 (KKrflOSO.
HOOS Receipts, 10,000 head: market
lower; bulk of sales. $6.tiiK(.60; hev.
$Ati0tiH.7O-. packer and butchers, $6.8040
6.M6; light, $H60,4)88; nig. K25i(M.6i.
SHEF.P AND LAMBS Receipts, ".Rftl
head: market lower; lambs, $! 0W .7& ; .
yesrllna. $8.(iOi3.76i wethers, l7.254jj-8.00;
glo City live gtock Market.
SIOtTX CITT. la.. March 23. CATTLH
Receipts, 1,500 head; market steady; na.
live steers, $62r.W.25; butchers. i6.00(ff.7;i!
cows and heifers,' $4.609141.40; csnners, $3.60
AIM; stocker and feeders. $4,50tf8.70;
bulls, slags, etc., $4.ROm.26. .
II OOS-Receipts, .70 head: msrket,
steady: heavy. $.664i.70; mixed. $6.6inti
.; light, $6.6506.80; bulk of sales, $0.60fi
'sHEEP AND TAMRS Receipts. 6no
head; market steady; ewes, , $6.0O7.3o;
lambs, $9 .
St .Joseph I-lTS Stock Market.
BT. JOSEPH, March S3. CATTLBRe-'
celpts, l.fmo head; market higher: ritlve
steers, $7.00ff so; cows and belfers, $4,004?
8.00; calves, $iMW9.50.
irOOS Receipts, 4.S0T) head: market
lower: top. 16. SO; bulk of sales, $tT.WU.77.
SHEEP AND LAM W Receipt s, 10.000
head: market lower; lambs, $9.0iXlg9.7.
Urn York Moaey SIarket.
NEW YORK. March 23. MERCANTU.U
PAIMCR 3 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Steady at
decline; sixty-day bills $4.76; for cableH,
S4.7KIV,: for demand, $4.7826.
HILVf.lt Bilver. 60oj Mexican dollars.
HONDB Oovernment, steady; railroad,
flMONEY On call, steady; high, S pet
cent; low, 4 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per
cent; last loan S per cent; closing bid.
Mi per cent:-offered at 2 per cent.
Closing quotatloas on bonds today were
u. B. rf. t. rag... H4Mo. Par. . .... 4S
So eouson tHN. T. C. g. ts.... so
n a taTrig 01V4N. Y. City 4He.....W4i
ao eoupoa 101 N. Y. HU 4... IMS
V S. 4 rS Mtl. Y., N. H. H.
do uouioa ! 196
Panama ll eoupoa.. 101 N. Paciflo 4s..... ., tl't
Am. Soialter .... lot1 do s 4
A T. T. ev. 4M'irX. S. U r f. 4..... Kl
Armour Co. 4.. tlHrac. T. T. ta.... Hl
Atohlaoa 4.... 2Srn. eon 4.,..,., 17,
llal. A Ohio 4s M oo COB. 4S.' IMS
Che. Ohio 4.. M Htlln( ln. 4..., Vt
V. H. AV. U ) 4.... Mg. U P. r. 4. T,'
CHAIFI 44a.. Wi go. Par. rv. 4
do cv. Aa 1B1K So raf. '4a M',
C. R. I. 4 P. . 4t 31H do ev. 6a tf'4
C. AV B. f. 44a.... U Bo. R.llw.r la US
II a It. U. rf. ts 41 fnloa Psrlfle 4 Ws
I4rl gso. 4a t do ev. 4
"Uan. b.lietno M....iiui4 v. e. tiuoo .,.. .ii-
lt. No. 1st 4(4.... 7 P. S. Stl t lots
III. On. rt. 4a KHWalh 1st a
K. I'. Mo. raf. 6.. M W.l. Vnkm 4H.. 1
U AV N. unl. 4a..., lt Waal. Elw. ev. Is.. 814
M. K. T. m 4. 7H
Kvaporatrd Apples aad Dried Frails
NKW YORK, March 23. EVAPOR
OHlF.li FRUITS Prunes, dull and easy,
Apricots and peaches, quiet and steady.
4.olf tierm tiets a Hold.
The golf germ has Infected the Roston
Rraves 'tt the Macon camp. Even Fred
Mitchell, the veteran coach, has fallen
victim. Johnny Irver Is the beet player
of the hunch, with Walter Maranvills a
fairly close second.
Don't Gut Out
A SHOE BOIL, CAPPED
HOCK OR BURSITIS
will remove them and" leave no blemiahe.
Reduce any puff or swelling. Doeg not
blister or remove the hair, and hone can be
worked. $2 bottle delivered. Book 6 K (ree.
ADSORBINE. JR.. iht tsilMBdi Unlswst tarsus
triad, ft gull, guinea. Old m. twrlkuta Vstira
Vnna, Vaikoimn. AIUr l-ai. Prlc II asA (1 1 BOOM
SI driuiiiiu ml AcUvcraA. Will tall awra U 70 B-rit.
W.P.VOUNO, P.O. FH104 TtiNk It- tpriagflels.Mstt,
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