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THE OMAHA " DAILY BEE: SUNDAY. MARCH 12. 190.".
23
VTir VnDL1 crnrvc irn nnrno
Vanderbilti and Boulbern Railway Oronpi
Art Active and Higher.
RUMORS AFLOAT OF INCREASED DIVIDENDS
Western Railway aad Metal Share
Are Lower on FroBt Takla
Moarr Market Coa
tlane Ear.
NEW VORK, March 11 -Yesterday sud
den n'urt ol 7 points in Chesapeake
Ohio ltd to a much excited conjecture a to
the cuse and wait the stimulating Influ
ence in tuday's stork market. Suppositions
as to the basis lor the movement er con
flicting and various, Yesterday's rumor of
an Intended Increase In the dividend to 4
per cent waa a continuing lactor mid gave
rise to the general theory of a policy of
more liberal dividend disbursements on the
part of railroad companies under tha Penn
sylvania domination. This reixrt waa sup
plemented by a story of a pian to form a
new railroad system with an outlet trom
the middle west to the Chesapeake at
Ohio Atlantic terminus. This story ex
tended the speculative excitement Into the
middle western Vanderbllt stock, which
already have affiliations with the Cincin
nati 4k. Ohio. If to the stocks thus af
fected Is added the southern group, which
was temporarily strong and active, the
limits of the active movement In today s
market will be generally defined.
The rent of the market was comparatively
quiet snd was under pressure ot realizing
at many Important point. Cincinnati
Ohio ltelf was sold to take profits and Its
occasional rallies did not carry It at any
time to yesterday's high level. New York
Central and Pennsylvania shared to the
full In the movement In their subsidiary
stocks. The Psclflcs, Reading, the Cana
dian group, the metal stocks and some
others which have been prominent In tho
week s speculation were heavy throughout.
The profit taking in them affected senti
ment and Increased the disposition to real
ise toward the lrtst, so that the (losing
was decidedly Ir-egutar and with net
changes mixed, In spite of a great show of
strength during the sedition.
The complexion of tho bank statement
had been quite accurately foreseen Hnd the
small changes in the various Items Indi
cated no change from the present eary con
dition of the moricv market.
Total sales of Iwnds, par value, l2.3M.CO.
Following' were the sales and range of
price on the Stock exchange today:
nH ii icn.ijow close.
Atchison
do pfd
Atlantli) Coast Line,..,
Baltimore fc Ohio....
do Dfd -
Canadian Paoific
Central of N. J
: hettaneako A Ohio..,
.'Ilcuao A Alton
do pfd
Chicago O. W
Chicago N. W
c. m. a st. p
Chicago T. & T
do pfd
C. C. C. A St. I.
Colorado or Southern
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Delaware & Hudson.
Delaware, I.. A W....
Denver & Rio Grande
do pfd
tine
14.) jS
I.OjO 104
14,ft 144
7,W)0
tii in
6'W
60,800
'ioo
iit'4
147
67i
si"
234
92i
1II8V
14.li
110'
9714
147fa
aui
23
92
W4
14!!
Ill
7
147
60 i
as
2W 2444 242T4 243
,H0O ixm, 1804 S
100 V 17 17$
10 ( PW KK4
l,X 254 2ht
3n0 3Ki SH14
$3
6U6
3HV4
2.100 1814 11
B00 372
loo 3:14
001
do 1st prd 2,700 8;
do 2d pfd 2.3O0 7
1 locking Valley Bin)
S 200 2 t
200 2;ik
noo u;4
21.81") 14S
1.000 17H;
;.7'i w
2.7IK) 1XP.4
:.I00 25
370
334
884
48 4
824
704
984
!'
IH04
284
29i
84
1424 143'4
85
122
25
300
I24,7ftt
1 800
....... 13,000
300
58
117 117
lt 162
1094 1"4
3144 32
6h WT4
41
R1.900 1I4 1S94 1614
67 674
864 4
84 93
144 14T.4
84 NO
4 98H
1344 1H
I
til
100 88' I
B2.4"I0 H
8:14
714
80
do nfd 2 am twu
Illinois Central 3,H)0 Ml 'J
lowa entrai .,
do pfd
K. C. Southern.
do pfd
& N
Manhattan I....
Met. Securities
Metropolitan St. Ry.
Mexican Central
Minneapolis & St. I,..
M.. St. P. & 8. St. M. 700 118
do pfd l.lflo 1 tilt 4
Missouri Pacific Ki'K) 110'i
Missouri. K. & T 1,300 824
do pfd 4,400 7
is. rt. ri. or ftl. pta
New York Central..
N. Y., O. & W 2H.H8) 574
iNorioia at western., dd.ixio kk1
do prd
Pennsylvania .
P.. C. C. & St
Reading; .......
do 1st pfd....
do 2d prd 1110 01
Rock Inland Co 4.3O0 38
da, pfd..' J..:.."...'. i,0 . 81
Rt. t. A B. F. 2d pfd. 200 714
St.'U' Southwestern ....
do pfd...
Southern Paoific 1,500 70i
do pfd loo 118'.
Southern Railway.... 71,100 K
do pfd tiOO B04
Texas A Pacific 14.300 40
T.. Bt. U ft W 700 3t
do pfd 1,600 S3'
l moil facinc 3t,tjuo
do pfd 1(0
Wabash ' 3flo
do pfd 400
Wheeling A V. K
Wisconsin Central ... S.4n0
o Dfd 2.90)
Adam KXD'f
American txnrcsti. . .
I'. S. Kitirns
Wells-rargo Express
Amulaamufd Conner 32.800
American C. & F itrnl
do Dfd 200
American Cotton Oil. IW)
do pfd
American Ice
i do pfd
American Llnsecfl Oil
do pfd
American Locomotive
do pfd
Americiin 8. ft R
do pfd
,mer. Sugar Refin...
mer. Tobacco, n, c.
mieoiula M. Co
Brooklyn R. T
Colorado V. ft I
Consolidated Uus ....
Corn Product ; 1,100 184
do pfd 200 75
Distillers" Securities'. 900 384
(leneral Eloctric 500 188
International Paper. 13,700 204
do pfd 3.SI0 82
International Pump.. loo 3!)
do pfd 100 87
Nutiotml Leud 5.0110 384
North American 1.W0 W;T
Paclllc Mall
Peoples C.as 4.I10 111'
PreiMert Steel Cur ... . 200 3"V
do pfd 200 84 8)14
Pullman Palme Car. ,
Republic Btecl '04 20
do pfd lot) 774 7iim
Rubber Qooc's KIO 254 254
do pfd
Tennessee C. ft 1 2.300 91 91-S
X'. 8. Leather 1,200 134 124
do pfd 800 10H 10F.14
V. 8. Realty ' tiiiO !)8 954
U. 8. Rubber 500 424 424
do rfd 5i0 1134 113
IVB. Steel 81 ' 37 3H
do pfd 11.000 m 9,4
Va.-CHro, Chemical.. ) SO 35
do nfd 200 1074 107
Westlnahnuse Elec
Western I'nlon SOU 94
370
33
884
ls
824
704
974
54
29)4
8n4
1234
tl.lt7.6 too. deereaae n.mtton; circulation
42.4,60, inrresse $13.iO0; legal tender
K,(0.9f0. decrease 11,248,900; specie $221, 189.
7, Increase fl.stl,3no; reierve .i6 194 fl"0. In
crease, IJ12 reserve required ll;.91.460.
der:reise 57.056: surplus s.27S.15n, Increase
S88 46; ex-1nlted Slate deposits 14,22o,uOO,
Increase t806.1o0.
New Fork Meaey Market.
NEW YORK. Msrch 11. MONEY On
coll, nominal; no loans. Time loan, easy;
sixty days and ninety days, 3H3' per
rent: six months. 31.31 ner rent
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-314H
per ceni.
STERLING EXCHANGE Stesdy. with
actual business In bankers bi'is at 14 JiHuw
4.8680 for demand and at l4.M7C4i4 8 475 for
sixty-day bills; posted rates. 4 Si4 and
1474; commercial bills, 4.44e4.844.
SILVER Bar, i4c. Mexican dollar.
454o
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
steady.
Closing price on bonds were:
1'. 8. ret. U. r ...1WH Jpn , tilt
do exupon 104'4 L. 4k N. usl, 4i WS
-1 as. f 144 Muibsttss e. i. 4i.,.10
ds coupon 104 Mrt. Cnlrl t 77
lo U. rag z". t do lit Inr 26
do coupon 1124 Mlsn. A St. L At . M4j
do old 4i nt l'4t M K. A T. 4 !
ds old i: coubob . . 100 ) do 2a 15
Am. Tobsrro 41. etfl. TtVi N. R. R. of M c. 4r Hf
I17H N. Y. C. g. 10UH
.104I N. i. C. 6. ll'S
. ' Ms. Ptctlo ta 10M,
.1011k do la H
.ine N. A W. r. 4a 101H
. 85 o. I. L. rfds 4 Tt
.115 'Pnn. conv. aa 107
. 1 ,Rwdln ten. 4a let
. St. L. A 1. M c. ts..l
CYin. A Ohio 4a....lM St. L. A 9. V. f(. 4i. i
Chicago A A. Ia.... t24 Bt. L. s. W c 4a
r , n. A Q. n. 4a . ..100 S.aboird A L. 4s .
do ta, atra.
Atchtooa xn. 4s..
do sd. 4a
Atlantic . U 4s...
Bal. A Ohio 4a ...
do l4
Caotral of Ga. ta. ,
do lat tnc
do 2d Inc..
C. R. I. A r.
do col. ba
rt'C. A Si. U . 4a.
t'hlraso Tar 4a
Colorado Mid. 4a
Colo. A Bo. 4a
Cuba Ba. ctfa
D. A H. O. 4a....
01 at! Her' Sec. la
Erie prior lien 4a...,10l4
do can. 4a 93
r. W. A D. C. 1a....lrt
Hocking V'al. 44a....llo
d.
11 Bo. Pacific 4a...
44 So. Railway (a..,
I" Till! A P. la ...
t7 ,T.. St. L. A W.
.. 77 Lnlon Pacific 4a.
.. :H' do oon. 4a
..1044 f (. Steal 2d la.
. wahaah la
7
Offered
do dab. R
Wuatarn Mrl. 4a..
W A L. B 4a..
Wis. Cantral 4a..
..
..114
..122
.. 14
..04
.1.1
.. Ci
..1184j
.. 7A,
.. 2
.. 4
.. 44
I.oadon Stock Market. -
LONDON, March 11. Closing quotations
cn stocks and bonds:
Conaola, mona Iis n. Y. ''antral
do account II IS-IB Norfolk A W
Anaconda ,. 614I do pfd
Atchison 15 lOntarln A W
"a '4 losVPennaylvanla ....
Baltlmora A Ohio. .. .1U', Rami Mlnea
.IttVIUadlng
. 4i do ha pfd
. -'-V, do td prd
.IxtiVBotHhu-n Kallmij
Ul'o do pfd
0 t southern rariflc .
.144
.. 4
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Beef 8teen and Cowi Fifteen to a Quarter
Higher Than a Week Ago.
HOGS ALSO AVERAGE BETTER FOR WEEK
Market oa Sheep aad Lambs Slow All
Week with a et Loss All Aroaad
Amoantlna to About r'lfteen
to Tnrstr-Fhe Cent.
SOUTH OMAHA. March 11. 19"6.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hog. Shep.
Official Monday 4.'9 4,4 13,-
Oltluai Tuesday 4.71D 12,24 K.i!
KtHcial Vedne?day .iho lu.otv) 3,'iSi
ttfflclal Thursday X 5 33 8 6
Offlclal Friday 2.364 .4 . 8.017
Official Saturday 249 7,134
Total this week 18.606 53.695 36.821
Total last week 15.881 56,977 31,3.9
Total week before. ...... .15.523 60.754 ii.ibi
SHme three week ago. . .19.441 84.578 31.567
Sam four week ago....l5.6.tt 49.4J 31.977
Same week last year 16.476 35,673 31,822
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
Tha followlnsr tahle shnns the receipts of
cattle, hogs and ufaesp at Soutb Omaha for
lust ear:
. , 1906. 1304.
Ule 1D2.9J3 172.916
485,7n2 4S8.500
I'P Si-4.777 352.931
Tiie .'o.Iohiiiu .. m
price of hogs at South umahs. for th last
Meveral days, with comiaristmi:
I 1903. 1904. 119C3. 119U2. ;1901 . 11900. 118S9
date, with comparison with
Inc. Dec.
19.812
27,222
48,154
dver.iKu
Feb. 1
?b. 17...
'eo J..
teb. 19..
Feb. 20..
Feb.
f ed. 2,
Canadian Pacific
Chaa. A Ohio ...
Chlraio Ot. W..
C., M A St. P
DeBeera ,
Danrar A R. O. .
do pfd
Kris ,
do lat pfd...,
do 2d pfd...,
Illinois ('antral ,
Loula. A Naah..
M., K. A T
.. ?1U
.. 4H
.. tit,
.. ili
..144
..144S4
Colon Pacific
do pfd ..
C. 8. Steal..
do pfd ..
Wabsah ....
do pfd . .
. 10s
. MIS
. 47
. 4111.
. 36
.1014
. 72
.UH
.102
J7H
. H
. 44
. 47i
SILVER Bar, quiet, 27d per ounce.
MONEY-24 per cent.
The rate ot uwcui.nt in the open market
for hort bill Is 2492H per cent; for three
month' bills, 24024 per cent.
Foreign Financial.
LONDON, March ll.-SupplIe of money
were more abundant In the market today
and rates were easier. Discounts were firm.
Prices on th Stock exchange were firm.
Console were strong and home rails were
attractive. American were firm and a
good amount of business was transacted.
Chesapeake A Ohio was the sensational
feature and lifted up thu whole 11m. For
eigners were Inactive. Japanese hat dene J
on the war news. Imperial Japanese gov
ernment 6s of 1904 were quoted at 1.05.
PARIS, March 11. The tone on tr.e Mour.oe
today was heavy, the situation In the far
east causing a general depression. Rus
sian Imperial 4s were quoted at 88.80, and
Russian bonds of 1904 at 6.02.
HERLIN, March U. There were no
marked changes In any of the departments
on the Bourse today.
Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON. March ll.-Todav's state
ment of the treastiry balance In the ger.eial
tund, exclusive of the JIjO.iHjo.OOU gold re
rerve In the division of redemption, Hhowa:
AyalaJMe cash balance, 1142,335,175; gold,
Bank Clearings.
OMAHA. March 11. Bank clearings today
were 81 491.833.20. The clearings for the cos
responding day of 1904 were 11.244,47s. 06.
St. Louis Grain ante Provisions.
ST. LOUIS. March ll.-WHEAT-LoWer;
demoralized by liquidation; No. 2 red, cash,
elevator. 11.044; track, 1.10: May, 1.04;
tjuruN i,ower; no. z cash, 47c; t
track, 4Sc;
OATS Lower; No. 2 cash, 32c; track, 83c;
May. 464fr4u4c; July, 46-V
May, 30T4c; No. 2 white; 33Uc.
FLOUR Dull and beavy; red winter pat
ent. l5.20fM.40; extra fancy and straight.
$4.7604.90; clear, $4.26U4.60.
SEED Timothy, eteady, I2.752.80. .
rORNMEAL-Steady, $3.50.
BRAN Dull; sacked, east track, 85&87c.
HAV 8trong; timothy, $6.O0(gl2.5O; prairie,
$6.tOtl0.00.
IRON COTTON TIES 96c.
BAOOINO 7c.
HEMP TWINE Hc. ,
PROVISIONS - Pork, steady; Jobbing,
111.87V4. Lard, higher; prime steamed. 6.5().
Dry rait meats, steady; boxed, extra shorts.
200 130 ISO
36
05'4
36H
100
2.800 44
1.4(1) 115
15,9) W
5
43'4 43
1134 114H
98 98
122 1227,4
144H 145
97H 97'4
l'.l 1184
s.i; t-iesr riDs, I9.87H; short clear. $7 12".
Bacon, steady; boxed, extra shorts, $7.50;
ciear nor. si.&u: snort clear, 7.87',
POULTRY Firm: rhlrken nA
1 ' ) - ,.LA. 1 . , . . , ... . CI'
. , 1'iinrji, "'ifioc; aucsn, ic; geese. To.
BUTTER Dull ; creamery, 2330c; dairy,
19&26c.
EQGS Ixiwer; 15Hc, case count.
. ... Receipts. Shipments
flour, bbls. 4,000 D.coo
v nim 1, du , 4a.tino
Corn, bu 3V000
Oats, bu 69,000 52,000
Kansas City Grain ana ProvUlous.
KANSAS CITY, March ll.-WHEAT-May,
H6&tc; July. 80'io. Cash: No. t
hard, $10f(fil.O3H; No. 3, il.0fjdjl.tl2; No. 4,
sticipjl.OO; No. 2 red. $1.03(91. 06; No. 8, $l.oi
fcl.04: No. 4, 93c(a1.00. Recelyts, 77 cars.
CORN May. 45Hc; July, 454c. Cash. No.
$ mixed, 4iHc; No. 8, 454i45(4c; No. i white.
46c; No. 3, 4oHc.
OATS No. i white, SSJjJBHc; No. 2 mixed
S2Hc.
HAY Weak; tfholce timothy, $9.5010.00:
choice prairie, t?.?..
RYE Steadv. 78c.
EGOS -Higher; Missouri and Kansas,
new No. 2 whltewood cases Included.
16"4c; case count. 15c; case returned, Uo
less.
Creamery, 22-ft2Se; packing.
23..
4..
25.,
Feb
Feu.
Feb.
Veb. 26
r cb.
Feb.
Mir.
Mar.
Alar.
Mar
Mar.
Mar.
Mar
Mar.
Mar,
4 85H ( 03 3 16
4 73 j i 021 7 03! 6 7
67 ( 4.4 U 97 6 7I 5
28
1 66;
4 6'l
4 7o-.l 0 2
4 6!V 5 22
4 66, 6 19j
V (wMt O O
12 Ii 91 ! 6 86 5 23
6 14
4
4 761
4 S3
4 78
981 t 86 1 6 31
Oil 6 K8 6 33 4 741
1 6 Uj B j 4 l)J,
6 V3 ' IB 3-1 t
0 841 5 971 14 691
6 81 1 6 931 6 38
4 7.MA & 321
! C 391 6 911 5 881 6 $3i 4 66
.'I G b' & 81 6 27
ii 6 89 6 901 6
4 621 i -U
I 4 0 I 0 1 4; bill
4 5 09 RV
4 77"l 5 121 7 C2! 11
4 80) 6 (41 7 Oli 6 07
S 01 7 12 6 97
Mar. 10...
Mar. 11...
4 85 7 OS.
4 8fl, 5 131 7 16
4 87l 6 19
4 88 1 5 la 7 14
4 874 6 lot 1 26i
4 8ol4, 5 Hi 7 30
6 99
6 lo
06
a
6 9'
6 09'
0 'i
6 28
4 67
I 77,
4 M
4 68
4 69
fi 321
S 371 4 74,
6 331 4 701
5 37 4 711 3 60
6 39 4 721 3 63
6 4J 4 711 Z 58
1 4 tit 3 53
6 40 3 69
$ 58
3 61
3 62
a
a 60
a 47
3 bi
t (8
3 63
3 t
a
a a
1 51
S 52
3 57
S 63
a 54
pared with the high time, present prices
are fully !!6i5iic lower.
Feeder buyer are still taking some of th
part fat lambs, but they were not a liberal
buyers this week Isst.
Quotations K,r ted ttcki Oood chntc
yearlings, $ti.4v36.76: fair to rood rear
litijta. a.oc4i.4)vi, guod to cliolcv wethers,
$6."j5.76; fair to good wethers. $5.0Or.aOj
good to choice ewes. to.0H4i4.su lair to gorxl
ee. 4.jij6iio; common t. lair ewes, $4.00
C4.50: good to choice lambs, $7.0067.25; fair
to good lambs, $i.75jj7.O0; feeder lambs, $6.00
6lo. '
Indiciites Sundsj-.
The ufflcfal numliAt. r.e rnra nf atopic
brought in today by each road was:
Cattle.Hogs.Shp.Hses.
2
C. M. & 8t P. Ry 2 7
Union Pacific System.. .. 19
t & N. W. Ry., east.. .. 7
C. & N. W. Ry., west.. 2 30
C. St. P. M. & O. Ry.... 3 8
C. B. & y., west 13
C. B. dc y., east 2 7
C R. I. A P.. east .. 7
C. R. I. A P. Ry., west.. .. 1
unicajro ureat w 3 ,,
Total receipts 9 102 .. 2
The disposition of the dav's recelnts waa
as follows, each buyer purchusing the num-
uur or neau inaicaied:
Cattle. Hoa-s. Rhren.
maiut x'acKing 10
Swift and Company.... 42
Cudahy PacKing Co.... 20
Armour & Co
S. 4 S
Other' buyers...
4
66
1.021
1,573
1,789
1,760
1K6
843
7,171
MUTTER -
lCc.
Wheat, bu..
Corn, bu....
Oats, bu
Receipts. Shipments.
10.600 5O.JO0
65,2141 24.0
9,000 7.000
94
Tula) sales for the day, 913,700 shares.
Iloston Stork Market. .
BOSTON, March 11. Call loans, 3&W4 per
cent: time loans. 3Vti4V per cent. Official
closine: 0 'ocki ""t I'twN:
AUklaaa suj. 4a sit. Wealing common ...
do 4a liiJ A.lv.mu-a a
. .10
. .150
..141
Allouaf!
Amalsamated ..
merli-as Zlno .
Atlantic
ningnam
(".I, A Hatla..
Centennial
l4MjlCiieDrr Kanaa ..
JOT IHaly Waat
SA Ifiomlntun Coal
HIS Kr.nklln
som nranry
c
Mas Cantral 4a.
Atctiltun
do pfd
nohtna A Afbanr- ,
Roaton A Malna...
Hixtcit Rlrratad ..
FltchMug pfd
t Maitras Central . .
N. Y.. N. H. A H
Para Murquctt ...
I'nlon f4..iiSo , ...
Amor. Ana. Csam
do pfd
Aniar. Pnau. Tuba.
Amr. Sugar
do pld
A mar. T. A T
Amr. Woolen
do ptd
Dominion I. a.
Kdl.on Klar. Illu.
(Iruaral Elcitrlr ..
Maw. Klaitrlo
dn ptu
Uca. Oai
t'nlti'd rrult
1'nltd tht Mh.
do pld MttiVlriorla
I' i. Siael Ml Winona .
to P'd H'ilWulvarlne
Asked.
..
..145
le Royala ...
Maaa. Mining
Michigan
Mohawk
.144 j Mont. C. A C.
. 114, 'old Dominion
.1014 tiacaola
11 rarroi
..;so
..if
..
.. 4
.. 44
..IK
Qulnrr
Htiannun
TamaraL'fc ....
Trinity
t . . Mining,
I'. S. Oil
I'tah
. .. tiit
... II
...
... Kt
...480
... I.H
... Tt
. .. 14
...to
... llli
...
... 27 i.
... U
:::ar'4
... Mt
... IS
... I
.,.121
...
... S
... 44,
... 41t
... 4t
... 1444
...lit
. Sew York Hinln ItarLi.
NKW YORK. March ll.-Th following
are tho doting tiuotailuns on milling stocks"
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK. March 11 COFFEE The
market for futures opened sttudy at un
changed prices to a decline of 6 point
which was tully as good oa due on disap
pointing European cables and decline In the
primary market. Receipt were a little
smaller than the recent average, but were
nervier than last year and eeemed to be
restricting general demand, notwithstand
ing offerings which were absorbed, and th
market ruled steady around the opening
figures. The close was quiet, net unchanged
to 5 points lower. Sales were reported of
69.750 bags, lncludlna March at ttiLirv Muv
at 6.30c. July at 8.45rn.50e, Setitemler at
6.66, December at 6.M)6.90c. February at
.96c. Spot market quiet; No. 7 Rio, "c.
Evaporated Apple aud Dried Kralta.
NEW YORK, March ll.-EVAPORATED
APPLES Market generally unchanged;
common, 40,'Hc; prime, 5HS61ic; choice, tiy)
6Wc;' fancy, 7c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Prune.
firm on the coast; locally, featureless; quo
tations, 2fei!uTi. according to grade. Apri
cots, firm, supply limited; chuk-e, lOMdlc;
extra choice, lU4I12Vc; fancy. Umlbc.
Peaches, firm, offerings light; choice, 10
10V.c; extra choice, ll4iI(loo; fancy, m
B12e. Raisins, unchanged; loose Muscatels,
44i6V4c; London layers, $1.(61.25; seedod,
1H j4c.
Philadelphia Prodaee Market.
PHILADELPHIA. March ll.-BUTTER-Firm.
4)(SSc higher; extra western, cream
ery, 17Vjc.
FXJGS 2c lower; western, 22c at mark.
CHEESE Firm; New York full creams,
fancy, 12itJ14c; New York full creams,
choice, 13"4c; New York full creams, fair
to guo. 12li)134c. .
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. March H. WHEAT
Msy, li t; July, $1.05; September. 87V; No.
1 hard, $1.10; No. X northern, II. (V; No.
2 northern, 1104V
FItf'R Tjiwpr: Hrif ntlAntu tx ona.il aa.
Second patents. $S.70j7.1O; first clears, $4.li
a, .to; itcuna clears, 9- vnmi-tit.
BRAN la bulk. $14..
ToUl
CATTLE There was no particular
change in the, cattle market here today,
about the usuol Saturday conditions pre
vailing. For the week receipts have been
a trine heavier than last week, thtj gain
amounting to about 3,000 head. As com
pared with the corresponding week of last
year there Is a gain of about 2,000. head.
The market on beef steers has been In
very satisfactory condition all the week,
tho demand apparently being In excess of
the supply. A a result the tendency of
prices hhj been upward, with a net gain
over the close of lust week amounting to
about 15&25C. The improvement has been
general on all kinds that would do to kill.
As compared with the low time present
prices are abput 75c per hundred tilgher.
The top price of the week was $5.6ii snd
good to choice grades may be titioted from
iT.lfi to $5.65. fair to good from 44.50 to $5.15
and the shorter-fed varieties from $140
down.
Tho cow market has also been active all
the week, with tho tendency ot prices up-1
ward. The gain over the close of last week
amounts to about the same as on steers,
namely, 15Ci26c, or 75c over the low time.
The common kinds have sold to good ad
vantage the same as the better grades, but
of course the demand has been greatest for
tho choicer classes. Good to choice grades
of cow and heifer may be quoted from
$3.26 to $4.35. fair to good from $2.50 to $3.15
and common to fair from $2 to $2.50.
Hulls are also 15(Q.25c higher than they
were a week ago. Choice grades may be
quoted from $3 to $4.15, with the commoner
kinds from $3 down. Veal calves sell up
to $6.25 or a little better.
The demand for stockers and feeders has
also been active this week and with mod
ern ta offerings the market has advanced
fully 15i25c, which carries prices to the
high point of the season to date. Good to
choice trraden have sold from 14 to 84.75.
6700 with fair to good from 3.50 to $4. The com-
""! moner Kinds nave not neen as orisk as the
choicer loads, but still they have sold a
little higher than they did a week ago.
They may be quoted from $3.60 down.
Representative sales:
UK ci-' STEERS.
N at. Tr. No. Av. Ft.
1 W3 s 75 13 i:n 4 60
8)Efc.K3 AND CO Wet.
10 US 4 2i
COWS.
1 400 1 7S 1
fi t K 7
7 1014 S 85 1
MEIFERS,
4 407 1 70 1
1 800 I tS 1
1 IK) 110
BULLS.
1 UIO t 14
HOGS The market opened out fairly
brisk at Just about steady prices and eurly
trading was along those lines for desirable
grades of shipping and heavy. Alter first
round, and In fact at no time was the trade
much good on common, mixed and light
lots, the market became decidedly dull and
unsatisfactory and sales appcured lower
than the opening all around.
There was a Tack of weight and quality
this morning, no choice heavy loads on atle,
so that tops show far below yesterduy;
however, the bulk appears practically in
yesterday's notches. Heavy sold at $4.90i
BOO. medium and mixed at $4.82(4.90, and
light grades from $4.85 down. Sale toward
the close were usually quoted weak to a
nickel lower than the opening.
8b. Pr. No.
,.. 4 70 ' (3...
80 4 75 73...
... 4 75
... 4 77t4
4 SO
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle. Hogs aad Lasab Art Steady
'Sheep Strong- on Light Receipt.
CHIC AGO. March Jl. CATTLE Receipt.
20n head; market steady; good to prims
steers, $5.1 54.26: poor to medium. 3.7osJ
4,so: Mockers and feeders. $2.6ui4.6o; cows,
3.Mji4.6; heifers, $3.006.00; canners, $1.60
62.4(1; bulls, U.r--34.25; calves. $3.00(j7.00.
HOGS Receipts, S.000 head; estimsted
Monday, 40.U4) head; market steady; mixed
and butchers, 14 8oi)6.10; good to Choice
heavy, $5.oi1i6.17U; rough heavy. $4.04.95;
light. $4.7(ngo.074; bulk of sales. $6.0x80.10.
SHEEP AN1J LAMPS Receipts. $.000
head; sheep strong; lambs steady; good to
choice wethers. $o.KJi6.10; fair to choice
mixed, $4.7("(r6 .40; western sheep. $5.0O4J.0O;
native lambs, $5.0o7.; western lambs,
$6.018 7.70.
Kansas City I.I Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. March ll.-CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1110 head; market unchanged; choice
export and dressed beef steers, $5.35.76;
tair to good. $4. 0035.25; western-fed steers.
$4 2iifci.2o; stockers and feeders, $3.004.80;
southern steers, $3.6oiij4.75; southern cows,
$2.25(03.66: native cows, $3.034.26; native
hellers, $3.0O4.6; bulls, $2.604.00; calves,
$3.'Vfrt25. Receipts for the week, 36.900.
HOGS Receipts, 2.000 head: market
steady to 6c higher: top, $5.05; bulk of sales,
$4. 85. 05; heavy, $5.0oi5.06: packers, $4,901?
5(43; pigs and lights, $4.16(9 4. J. Receipts for
the week, 23, lot head.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, none;
market nominally steady: native lambs,
$6.50lr7.40; native wethers, $5 25'a5.6o; native
fed ewes. $4.75a,6.$0: western-fed lambs. $650
ff 7.40; western-fed yearlings. $6.00 5:
weMern-fed sheep, $4.i5(i$.66; stockers and
feeders, $3.5066.50.
St. Loot LIT Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, March 11. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 2.V) head, including 100 Texans; mar
ket steady; native shipping and export
steers, $4 5C(ff6.G0; dressed beef and butcher
steers, $3.7&'u5.26: steers under 1.000 lb., $3 25
4.35; stockers snd feeders, $2. 50034 60; cows
and hetfers. $2.354.85; canners, si.75QZ.3b;
bulls, 83.0OQi3.89; calves, $4.2o(f7.0i Texas
and Indian steers. $2.75S6.0O; cows and
heifers. $2.00B3.75.
HOGS Receipts 1,500 head; market
steadv; pigs and lights, $4 75(tj4.o0; packers,
$r.(XXy5.16; butchers and best heavy, $5.16
5.26.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 600
head; market steadv: native muttons, $3.09
ff)6C0; lambs. $5.0o$7 0O: culls and bucks,
$3.254.00; stockers. $2.0033.00.
(it York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK, March U.-BEEVES-Re-relpts,
254 head; no trading: market feeling
firm; dressed beef, slow, $6 5f69.r0. Exports,
1,500 beeves and 4.400 quarters of beef.
CALVES Receipts. 3 head: no trading;
market feeling Weak; city dressed veals,
slow, 87.6O81S.00.
HOGS-Receipts, 3.429 head; none on sale;
market nominally higher.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 76 head;
trade extremelv slow. Sheep were rated
futlv steadv. lambs 10(frl5c higher; sheep
sold at $4.7oH7.66: lnmHs, $7.87H'5'i 6). Dressed
mutton, slew, $8.50f 10.50; dressed lambs,
111.50(6 13.00.
I l
St. Joseph Lira Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. March 11. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 71 head; market steady; natives,
83.8afi6.50; Texas and westerns, $2.85'84.Z5:
cows and heifers, $1.75(64.50; stockers and
feeders. $3.00fi4.60.
HOGS Receipts, 2.874 head: market
steadv to strong; lisht and light m'xed,
$4.i(M 95; medium and heavy, $4.85735.00.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, noris;
demand strong.
Sioux City Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY, March 11. (Special Tele
gram. ) CATTLE Receipts. 600 Tiead; mar
ket steady; beeves, $3.605.25; cows, bulls
and mixed, $2.50(34.00; stockers and feeders,
$2.75fj4.00; calves and yearlings, $2,607)3.60.
HOOS Receipts, 4,000 head; market
strong to 5c higher, selling at $4.6025.25;
bulk of sales, $4.8034.86.
Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western marneis yesiernay were:
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
GoTrnmBt Report ia Bather Bearish on
All Drains.'
WHEAT MARKET GOES OFF AS A RESULT
Cora Reserve Larger Than Expected,
Ball reel Situation Make
Cora Good Above tr st
ent' Figures.
OMAHA. March ll. IK'5.
The government report only deal with
th amount of . grain In farmers . hand
March 1. Wheat lartn rtseives aie given
at 111,000,000 bushels, or 20.1 pr cent of
th crop, compared with U3.9uu,OJ0 busnels,
or 20.8 per cent,' in i9o4; io4,cO.(-M). or iO.o
per cent, In 1903, and 173,uoo,cOo bushels, or
3 1 per cent, In i902. Corn rej-erves are
given at 804,000.010 bushels, or 88.7 per rent
of the crop, compared with 839,0J0,iuo buu
els, or 37,4 per cent, in 19t4; 1dj,ooo,oi 0,
or 418 per cent, in 19S; 443,000,000, or 19 1
per cent of th crop, In 1902. The oats re
serves sr given at B47,0uv,o00 bushels, or
88.8 per cent of the crop.
The report is said to be about what waa
expected In wheat, but the break In the
May this morning shows the bulls looked
tor th reserve to be under th hundred
million. By noon today the May reached
81. HH, the lowest point Since the m'ddl of
December, The high point. Friday was
S1.14V and the low $1.13, so that the slump
In on dsy amounts to S cents. The open
ing and high point ct the Mav todny was
$1.13H. The July kept pace with the early
delivery month, falling from Mc, the high
polnf of Friday, to 9Tc. The September
lost about a cent tlurlng the session. Th
September at Chicago Friday night sold
on an export parity with Liverpool. The
northwestern cars are Soo today, 323 last
week and 836 last vear. The Australian
shipments are heavy, being 1,952,000 bushe's.
against 1.452.000 bushels th preceding week
and 1.066,000 bushels. last year. Cables are
H lower.' No decision will be given on the
Oregon red whest until early next week.
The government - report shows th re
serves a little larger than was expected,
and the same is true of oats. The corn
market, however, did not show any effect of
the statement this morning: It had been
fully discounted, anywav. The oats went
down sbout He. W. H. Bsrtlett says of
corn that the Maroh report in 1903 showed
farm reserves of 1.05u.ooo,ooo bushels, or
100,000,000 bushel more than at present. In
th former year the corn sola at 58c. In
July and August. This year he sees a
greater home consumption and a greater
export demand. Brokers who usually trade
ror Armour have been large buyers or the
corn one taking 2.000.O0O bushels of the
aiy hi aa-ic ana aoc. ijnicanro reports
,i,oou nusneis in corn calls bought Friday
Ight at 48V4o. The corn exDort seems, in
tha general ODlnlon. to be on the increase.
The total export today Is 1.127,000 bushels.
Omaha Cash Prices,
WHEAT No. 2 hard. .81.04fll.06: No. 8
hard. 96c(f1.03: No. 4 hard. 60ff96c: No. S
spring. 81.06.
CORN NO, 2, 46V,c; NO. 3, 460; NO. 4,
ftc; no grade, 4004Se: No. 3 yellow, 45Hc:
No. t yellow. 45fcc; No. 2 white, 45Hc; No. 3
nue, 4on,c. . , ,
OATSNo. 2 mixed. 30c: No. 3 mixed.
tOIZ.. Va A flM. HTn A 1. 1 . 01 .
ai.7ti.. v. V iiunfu, &iti, ... win,.-, oil',
No. 3 white. 3tiVtc; No. 4 white, 29Hc: stand
ard, 30c.
cariot Receipts.
Wheat. Corn. Oat''.
Kansas City
Minneapolis
Duluth
Minneapolis Wheat Markat.
The rsr.se of prices nald In Minneapolis as
reported by the Edwards-Wood company,
110-111 Board of Trade, was:
Articles. I Open. I High. I Iw I Close. Tss'y.
Wheat I
May... 1 104(5 I
1 104 1 10m 1 077 1 08 1 lost
July... 107i 1 07l 1 04i 1 05 1 074,
Sept... 88 Hial S7!k SS
South Omaha
Sioux City ...
Kansas City
St, Louis ....
St. Joseph ...
Chicago
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
7,134
249
6I0
100
250
71
200
4,000 .
2,000
1,500
2,374
9.000
100
24500
34
.1000 1 on
. . Ml I 25
.1(110 t 80
. M t ft
..1100 4 00
Adanu con
All. a
Hri-e .
Hrunsti-k Con .
Vwat o'k Tuun.l
Con. I'al Va..
M,.rn Stiver
I.oi titlver
Laadvllla cos
M
. . Mt
..
.. 7
.. t
.144
.174
Ilk
.. 1
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untarla
Uphlr
rhoanla
'Potusl
Savasa
Biarra Navaoa
fciinall Itnpaa ..
Standard
.. t
..175
..
..
.. 11
.. Ii
.. 4
.. Jo
.140
Clearing; Hons Averages.
NKW YORK. M:;rch ll.-Th stattnient
of i.versges ot the clearing house banks
"ft Ms .Ity for tin. week shows; Unl
ll. 132.9.0. 3'M. decrease $l.6u6,0; deposits
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. March ll.-WHEAT-Lower;
No. 1 northern. 81.12H: No. 2 north
ern, (i.ui; juiy, tfifcc, Did.
RYE Steady; No. 1, too.
BARLEY Dull; No. J. 51c; sample, 28fi
60c.
CORN Firm; No. 8. 47t4fco; May, 48c,
bid. .
No.
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II.
At.
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..!(
..174
..in
.111
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...111
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.117 ... 4 Iflv,
.227 40 4 82 V,
.1(4 ... 4 12 V,
M 4 2Va
.. 4 Mvtj
40 4 H
160 120 4 M
131 ... 4 (U
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..111 110 4 86
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121 ... 4 13
141 ... 4 19
80 4 15
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223 SO 4 IS
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67....
61 ...
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,..17 M 4 U
..141 ... 4 16
..141 160 4 16
..272 120 4 15
...260 SO 4 K
...141 ... 4 16
...144 40 4 81
. ..2..0 120 4 It
,..tn ... 4 16
....'. ... 4 85
...277 40 4 15
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...177 ... 4 171,
...W7 ... 4 17 k,
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121 40 4 87V4
40 4 17V,
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Liverpool Grala Market.
UVERPOOU Msrch il.-WHKAT-Bpot.
nominal; futures, 4tulet: March, nomlnul:
M"v. tisvSd; July, h7,,i,
' CORN Spot, sttudy; American mixed,
new, 4s2d: Aniertraii mined, old, 4s lid.
Futures, quiet; March, 4sT,d: May, 4s 4Hd.
SHEEP-There was no quotable change in
the shven market here todny. Fcr the week
recelpla have betn quite liberal, there 1.1,.
an increusM over last week and also over
the corresponding week of lust year
amounting to about s.ooo head. The tnd
enry of prices lias been downward most all
III week owing to the liberal receipts and
to,.t !i.lthT "m''p,J demand. As compared
with the close of last week, prices 011 both
sheep and lambs show a lixs of 1.1
Xx: the greatest loss of coutse being on the
less desirable grades. One ressun for the
i'irs 111 i rn is ine common ltl;lllv of
tuw nun ulna t-f.iuiiis iiirmurq. Very lilt la.
choice stuff In fact iius been 011 the murket
this week, and whenever that La the cai
y m Kin Btiuvei iriiaia iu sutler. AS QOIO'
Total 1,470 2,008
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trad and Quotation oa
Staple and Fancy Produce.
KOQS Receipts increasing, candled stock,
l4U7c.
LIVE POULTRY Hens. 10c; young roos
ters, according to size, 80 to loc: old roos
ters. b'A'nHc. turkevs. 15c: ducks. 10c.
BUTTER Packing stock, loc; choice to
fancy dairy, 219310; creamery. .ta-c;
prints. 2oc. , .
r'Ul'.Su FROZE FISH Trout, 9c; pick
erel, tic; pike, 8i4c; perch, 8c; blueftsh, 11c;
white. mil, o, a....ii, lie. redsuauper, 10c;
hTllbnt ii: crntiiiie. lie; buffalo. 7u; whit
bass, 11c; herring. 6c; Spanish mackerel, llo.
Frog legs, per dos., 4uc.
HAY Prices quoted oy Omaha -Wholesal
Hay Dealers' assoctatlon: Cholc No. 1 up-
and. 17.00: No. 2. W.60: memum, so.w; coarse,
$6.60. Rye straw, $6.60. These prices are
for hay of Ruott color una quality.
i)KAN-Mr ton, sn.Du.
OYSTERS New York counts, psf. n.
45c; extra selects, per can. 85c; standards.
rer cnn. itoc. Hulk! rjtanaaras, per
81.40: extra selects. Der gal.. $1.6&i New
lork counts, per gal., 8l.su.
TUOPiril. SHlJl'l'H.
finANr.Rs ruiif'--iin. extrj fancy Bed
lnr, n,u.l, all rlxea. 12. fit): fancv navels.
$2 26; diolce navels, large sixes 60, W, UJ
"0. ... ......... .
LKMONS California, rancy. z.o; sw ana
860. S.io; cholc. 270. $00, 860, $3.00. .
DATES rer dux or 30-lD. pag., .wi
Tfallnwee in 70.1 h. hoxea. Der lb.. 4V4nS0.
FIGS California, per io-id. cartor. tao
86c: lmnoried Smyrna. 4-crown. 10c! 5 and
6-cruwn, 12c; fancy, Imported t. washed), is
1.11, itkora lftn' MA
BANANAS Per medium-lsed bunoh, $1.71
2.26; Jumhos. $2.5U3.00.
UHAl'M! rtui 1 fer oox or oi 10 , o.vw.
FRUITS.
APPLES New iora Klncs. $3.25; Now
York nreenlnsrs. 83 GO: New York BaldW n
$3.10; Colorado Winesaps, per bu. box, $1.65
IpplIIB, 41.00.
uKAi-Lo imuorted usaUgas. per keg
17. U0.
TANU.tviNia uaiirornia, per dos.
: w.
CRANBERRIES Wisconsin Bsll and Btl
gle, per bbl., $8.00; Jeissy, lt ubL, $8.0u;
per box, V2.Y6.
v e.uEiABLij.a.
POTATOES Home grown. In sacks, per
bu., 4ic; Colorado, per bu.. 60c.
TURNIPU-Old. Dr bu.. 40c: Canada rut
abogas, per lb., lc; new, per doz., $1.00.
... id-oid, pur uu., 4uu; r.aw, par
doz., 76c. ;
t'A FM vIPfT old. rjer bu.. Vic.
BEETS Old. Der bu.. 40c; new. per dos.,
tae.
BEANS Navv. rjer bu.. 32.10.
ONIONS Home grown, red. In sacks, per
lb., 2c; SoanlJh, per era .a. $2.50; Colorado
j euow. per id., ic. Bormuaa onions, . per
crate, $2.iu; new. southern, per doz., 4oc,
ilLi MHEKS iVer doz., $1.704.2.00.
TOMATOES Florida, rer -basket crate.
$5.fi('iiiu.60.
CAULIFLOWER - California, per crat.
sj.w.
CABriAQEr Holland seed, per id., imc.
SWEET POTATOES-Kn.nas kiln uiled
per l.hl . J2.60.
usuhut-caurornia, txm,bc.
RAUibHEB Hot house, per dos.. 460.
LETTUCE Per box of about fiftssa
beads, 60c.
RHUBARB Per dos. buhches. 76C$LvU
PARSLEY Per dos. bunehes. 75c.
MISCELLANEOUS.
SAUERKRAUT - Wisconsin. Der kes..
V (o.
CllEtiK Wisconsin twins, full cream
18c: Wisconsin Young America. Hot block
Swiss, new, 15c; old, 10317c; Wisconsin
brick. 1.1c; Wisconsin limburgcr, 14e.
HIDES No. 1 green, 7c; No. I green. 6c
No. 1 salted. 8'4c: No. 8 Salted. 7 We: No. :
veal calf, 9c: No. $ veal calf. 7c: dry salted.
814c; sheep pelts, locfcll.uO; horse hidas,
ll.tll'I j.uu.
NUTS walnuts. No. soft shells, new
crop, per lb.. 15c: bard shells. Dr lb., lie
No. 8 soft shells, per lb . 13c; No. I hard
shells, per lb., 12c; pecans, largs, per lb.
18c; small, per lb.. 10c; peanuts, per lb.. 7c
roasted ceanuts. uer lb., tu: Chill walnuts.
per lb., U4131: almondi, soft shell, per
u., ioj, fiaiu .'!!, r ill,, ioo; cnesinuis
per b , 12W'Jlc; new black walnuts, par
iiu.. iffwi:j suvuoai'K nicsory nuis, per DU.
ll. io; laru nn-Kory nuts, par bu., ll.si),
Toleio ferd Market.
TOI.EDOJ March ll.-SEKDB Clover, baa
aim aiurcn Sf.ia; Pr"i 4; Uctober, 16 80,
"'"'"i iirinie, ei.iv. iiniuuiy, prints, fi.Hi
iwiiuH, a.w.
' l
faorla Market. - '
r-E-imiA. siMnii ll.-CORN-Klim; No. I,
wit-. no prauM. lie.
.. 21 474 2M
.. 66 46 2
.. 237
,. 16
,t 42 S.r. 69
.. 8 69 20
Edwards - Wood Co
(lacorporated ) "
riala Office: Fifth and Roberts Streeti
ST. PAUL, fllNN.
DEALERS IN :
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
Ship Your Grnin to Us
araash Offle. IlO-llI Board of Trad
Bldv Omaha, . Telepkon 3B14V
812-714 Exchsng Bldg.. South Omaha,
Sail 'Pkons ala Indapendsnt 'Pooo t
300 PROFIT
IN TWO WEEKS
ufaHe h our ottHtomers on our advice in
Tonopah, Ooidfla'.d and Bullfrog stocks. $.0)
Invested witn us in toe iasi iwo weexs on
our Information brought from 100 to Soo per
cent profit to our clients. The enormously
rich strikes made recently In the Crlnols
Creek, Goldtleld and Bullfrog Districts have
caused tremendous advances in siockh. we
pick the winners. Direct wires to Cripple
Creek. Salt Lake City. Gnldfleld, and Kin
Francisco. Write immediately for our free
dally market letter and this week's infor
mation. 1
THB AMERICAN BAMCINfJ ft BROKERAGE CO.a
294 Msastl Bldg-. Oiovsr, Colo.
17. Farnam Smith
1 Co.
TOCK8, BONOS'
INVESTMENT SECURITIES.
1320 Farnam St.Tel. 1064
PROTECTS INVESTORS.
THE FINANCIAL WORLD.
KO INVB8TOR OR IPBCI'LATOR can
Sfford to bs althout this fcapar tha only papar
that, tesahst haw to.dlacaan laftUreata propoal- ,
tloss from fskaa It baa asvaJ fsrtunaa to In- ;
Jastors. It txpcaaa all financial tricks and traps,
t soss not arcast a4r.nl. am. nt. In order to b
Isflaranaant. It sxlats and pro.e.ra by aubacrlp- ,
tlpna only. Oa of th meat valuaSIa f.atur.a :
of tha pasar Is Its
FflEE ADVICE BUREAU
In oharga It on whs has had thirty-Are years'
sxparlanc snd wlio Will an.w.r all Inoulrlaa ot
aubacrlbara rarardlng Invajtrr.nli r Jttr If
you. ra Jnl.ra.ted? In RA1LK04D, OIL.
rrorKI r twuida. vou ousnt 6v all rnaana to
rad this pssor snd slo rt th benefit of It
fRER ADVICK Bl'nint'. Pnbnrrlrt'nni
Briia st.oo Daryaar. SAHraiii .ii-x.r. nr.t.
...i,M.iy.t. uiti.U, 4gihiller biJ., cu. caio.
The Merchant
National Bank
of Omaha, Neb.
V. I. Depository.
Capital and Surplus, 600.000 -.
. LUTREft MKf. rVsiidtst.
F8ANK T. HAMILTON. VI s Prctldial.
f, r. Issriltss, MU Ctlblar. B. II. Mrllc. Aut.Cith.
Raoaltr s.oauBta at banka, baskari. oor
aartllana, grma sad isdiTlduala oa far.rabla
sod sold,
s.silski la
all
ra Cxrnansa bousnt
Lattani of aradlt iaauod.
Bsria ot tha world.
Istarast said oa Tims Cartlflestas sf Dafjoalt.
Coll.ciloji. m4a prosiptlj sad scososilitslly.
Ws rstuaat oorrnpoodanc.
S. BURNS, Jr.,
Phone 95. 320 H. Y. Lift.
40 I'nlun Stock' Yards Stock, 0 per cent..
tS Bloux City Stock . Yards. per cent.
10,00 Omaha aV Council liluff Street R
H. IK, 6 per cent..
QIQ MONEY
IN 4 0XtTAT lll. TO( K
AT 10 d'tCKTS SHARK.
Buy at one before price advam ev Have
T50 acres In 'h. ut 0l Fiuld, t nough fur
OH wells; Ik flreauy piotiulng.
' t oir r wit. 1 4i., "
Wl y. V. Life liullalttg.
Teleukua f-TXi. , Oiusfaa, ti.
GOLDFIELD
The Trans vzLiA of America.
Twenty-Five Millions Now on the Dumps
The jrreatcut gold nilulnjf camp In the worM today Is OoldflMd,
Xavada surpasslDK tho early timet In Cripple Creek and the Klondike.
Ooldtleld Is one year old -as time la counted by the calendar; but let
us reckon front results. ...
Within one short year (roltlfleld has produced upwards of three and
one-half millions of jrold ore which Is a million more than Cripple Creek
yielded the first three years.
Some of the ore beds are So rich with virgin gold that claim-holders
hare built stockades around their proierty to prevent the ore being
carried away by dishonest persons something heretofore unheard of in
the history of gold mining.
In calculating the possibilities of this Western Kldorado it should be
remembered that It Is only within the past thirty daya that the first
stamp mill iu Ooldfleld' waa ready to begin operations tho ore having
to be treated by the moat primitive processes.
It Is conservatively estimated that there are now twenty-five millions
worth of ore on the dumps which, with the enormous yield of the vari
ous claims, promises a golden harvest for tho year 1005 that will be tho
wonder of the world.
Those who take an optimistic view of the situation say that Ooldfleld
is good for at least
A Billion Dollars
During the next1 Ave years while some even talk of over-production.
But. aside from these seemingly wild statements, conservative men old
time miners, who were through the thick of the rush to Cripple Creek
and the Klondike claim they never saw such rich "pay dirt" as is 'being
dug out of the very streets of Ooldfleld!
Three young men from the Middle West landed iu Ooldfleld with
less than fifty dollars la cash and no other resources except health and
a determination to succeed.
Without any knowledge of mining, they took up claims that men of .
more experience had passed by as worthless, but which proved to be
worth more than a million dollars. .
dividend-paying basis within' the (shortest possible space of time,
newspapers teem with reports of rich finds. The people are simply
impregnated with the desire for gold.
A Los Angeles minister, who found himself stranded In Tonopah,
delivered lectures to get uioucy enough to reach Ooldfleld.
He got there staked out six claims-two of which he sold later for
enough to make him independent for life, and his additional properties
may bring a million more. ... t
It Is estimated that btween thirty and fifty thousand people will go
into Ooldfleld within the nextv three months.
The Early Settlers Secured the Best Claims
Our representatives, composed of expert mining men, under the direction
of a capable business man, were among the first to reach Ooldfleld after
Its discovery.
We own or control some of the richest claims In Ooldfleld besides
being fiscal agents for the great Mount Whitney Oroup, in Inyo county,
Cal.
Shares in the last Ooldfleld company financed by us were over-subscribed
inside of thirty days and no more stock is for sale at any price.
Many of those who go to Ooldfleld have to withstand toil and bard
uhlp and It Is only men of the strongest constitution who are able to
undergo the strain.
But You May Share; In Goldfield's Undug Mil
lions Without the Danger of Exposure
and Fatigue of Travel
Wre are now organizing a company for the purpose of developing a number
of rich Ooldfleld claims, and YOU may Join with us as one of the CHAR
TER MEMBERS. ...
These claims are located within the proven tract of big mines, and
show every indication of becoming bonanzas.
The company will be Incorporated under Arizona's favorable laws,
and will be capitalized for 1,500,000 shares, at a par value of $1.00 a
share, each fully paid and forever non-assessable. A limited number
of these share are offered just enough to secure sufficient funds for
rapidly pushing development work-in order to put the property on a
The exodus from Los Angeles to Ooldfleld Increases daily. The
No debts will be incurred, as the money from the sale of the stock
will be sufficient for all emergencies under the direction of a reliable,
, economical and experienced Board of Directors, to be selected from among
those subscribing for stock..
2 i Cents a Share
The promotion or charter member price of the stock will be L'U, cents a
share (par value $1.00) or twenty-five dollars per thousand shares (par
value $1,000).
No sale will be made for less than 500 shares and no subscription will
be accepted for more than ten thousand shares giving an opportunity
for more stockholders to get in at the formation price.
.The Incorporation of the company is now in process of formation, and
very shortly after the preliminary work is concluded there will bo a
decided advance in the price of the stock.
We are putting our own money into the proposition and advising our
friends to do likewise. If you act now, YOU can get in on the ground
floor with us: but we reserve the right to reject your subscription and
return the funds, providing the allotment of shares is disposed of before
receipt of order.
Not Later Than March 18th
Iu order to be safely within the time limit, your order, with remit
tance, should bo mailed on or before the 18tb of March.
But if you are not fully satisfied of the wonderful possibilities of this
proposition, und are willing to take chances of obtaining stock later (at
a higher price) we will SEND YOU FREE a book about Ooldfleld con
taining full description and 25 full-puge pictures of the camp.
Concerning Our Responsibility
We are a corporation, located in Los Angeles, Cal.. Our business it
buying and selling mi nines, acting as fiscal agents and financing com
panies for the purpose of developing mlnelng properties.
References
Broadway Bank at Trust Co.
Colonial MortKage k Trast Co.
Mercantile Loan at Trust Co.
All Los Angele Newspaper.
And Any Repatalil Mercaatlle
Aareauy la Loa Anatetes.
Request For Further Information
BOUTIIWESTEKX SECURITIES CO.
Los Augfles, ChI.
PleHBe send mi your book about Ooldfleld
und its wouderful mlnea.
Mv name is.
o. ii. AddreHH. . (i
Denver Dally HluluaT Itevord.
Colorado Spring; Mining; Investor,
Chleagro Farm Loan and Cllr
Bond -aad I'nlted Seearltles Com.
pair ol San KranrUoo.
The foregoing statements art short, concise and. as true as we know
how-to make concerning the condition of the mines and prospects at
Ooldfleld of which our properties are part aud parcel.
1
Cut Out Coupon nud mall with remittance today. It may
mean the turning point in your life. Will you do it?
Southwestern
securities Lo. 3
Sth Floor II. W. Hellmin DM..
South aatarn
Kerurilie ('om
D.iny. I.i a Angeles.
f'.l I.'nnl. .... I . . ., M A
FnUrtll nnd Soritlff StS.. f ,r shares In your
I UUl 111 Uliu JJi iltg wia.f at.w ooldrtuld Corniwny.
Los Angeles
California.
Name
Street
City. 8tat

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