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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: FRIDAY, MARCH 24. 1903.
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GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
. 4 . ,
Wheat Waaler and .Spread. Between May
and July Largest of Crop.
CROWD AFRAld TO GET SHORT MUCH JULY
las Cera and' Fntnre Bath SnSfer
fresa Vkieu-Kui City
Tame Bearish aa
Itaatloa.
OMAHA, March S3. 19u5.
.h apcculattva wheat market continue!
very nervoua and erratic, and moreover
very weajt. No one aeema to have fath
omed to hie own satisfaction the exact
condition of the wheat market and the
relation of the eastern speculators to the
market. The May lout heavily this morn-lnc-
It opened at 11.18, but that win
the best of the morning, and the market
seldom reaehed SI. 13, at' which point It
atood at noon. The low before that hour
was 11.12. Wednesday the May ran from
II UH to a cent higher. The July today
ranged between 91o ahd 90c, whereas
Weonesday the-hlgn and low were 914c
and 88c. The spread between the May
ana the July Is the largest of the crop.
At the close Wednesday night it was 23
cent. This Would usually be considered
large enough to make It a profitable thing
to buy July and sell May, but now the
crowd la afraid of the May because of man
ipulation, and so will not get ahort. The
apread at Minneapolis is only IP,-, with the
premium on the July there. Valentine la
reckoned to have bought 3.000,000 bushels of
May wheat In the last few days. It la ru
mored this Is for Llchtstern, bought last
September at about the preaent prices and
carried over. It waa the largest short line
according to report. Cudaky la said to have
sold 1.6UU.000 bushels lately. Liverpool cloned
with a loss of from to on the good
American reports and expectation of large
Argentina shtpmente. Berlin declined '.,
Muda Pest 2, Antwerp remained un
changed and larls advanced t centimes.
The Price Current finds conditions generally
fivorable for the erop and for spring seed
ing. Kansas City millers aro offering flour
for European shipment In July on the basis
of 81 eenta for the July wheat at Kansas
City. H Is wondered what effect this will
have on Minneapolis. The Minneapolis mills
f round 270,996 barrels of flour last week, this
elng an Increase of 1936 barrels. The pri
ms ry receipts are 613.0UO bushels, against
418,000 bushels last year, and the shipments
are 827.0VO bushels, against 363.000 bushels
last year.
The corn is not doing very wen today, for
the speculative market Is off at least o
and the caah situation calls for from Wo
to le lower corn. The May this morning
ranged from 48e to 47c before noon.
ageTnst 4o and 48c for high and low
Wednesday. In the Chicago cash market
'"."J"1 iwr price amounted to
luO.OOO bushels for domestlo purposes and
1.16,000 bushels for export. Liverpool de
clined from o to N0 during the morning
on the cheaper American offerings. K ansa a
City has turned bearish on the corn, for
the demand la said to have ceaaed and the
receipts for the last few. days to be three
time those ef the. same days last year.
The clearances reported today are 161,000
bushels. - The primary receipts are 719,000
bushels, against 319.000 last year, and the
Shipments are 466,000 bushels against 315,000
ushels.
Omaha Caah Prices.
WHEAT No. 2 .hard, 1.02?1.03; No. t
hard. 93c1.00; No. - 4 hard, 8092c; No. I
spring, 11.02.
CORN-No. J. 44 c; No. 8, 44e; No. 4,
43c: no grade. 40W4Sc; No. 2 yellow, 46c;
No. t yellow, 44c; No. 2 white, 44c; No. 3
white, 44c.
OATS-No. t mixed, 3nC; No. 8 mixed,
2'4c; No. 4 mixed. Z&Si'UXc: No. 2 white,
80e; No. 8 wlH 30c; No. 4 white, 29c
3oc; standard, 3SV ,
OniMhk rash gales.
CORN No. S, 1 rtl, 44q.
OATS No. S whlto, 1 cjir, '30c.'
RYE No, i, 1 car, 76c, : ' .
Carlo Receipts. 1
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
Chicago. .t. .........,, 2S JM 14$
Kaneaa City ..........'..:,'..' 59 64 a
Minneapolis w... 331 " "',.,.
Duluth a
f- Iul 27 94 ii
Omaha $ 70 . i3
Mlaneapolls 'Wheat Market.
The range of prlcea paid In Minneapolla as
reported ty the Rd wards-Wood company.
Uo-lU ..Board of. Trade, was: "Pn
Articles.) Qpen.l High. JLow. Close. 8at'y,
KfVy.. 1 12('1 12 1 10 111 11JU
July...l 08l" 1 0Nl 1 07 1 07 1 Ci
Bept. X t.6;,) 85 6 87
AEW YORK GKXEHAL MARKET
notations of the Day Varloas
Coatnaodltlea.
' NEW YORIC, March 33.-FLOUR-R.
SJ,pL" I'4?,' bb,a; exports, 12.ti7S bbls.
Market dull and partially lower.- Mlnne
f?5JUPflient'. M.7SU6.20; Minnesota bakers,
14.00(54.60; winter patents, t6.36ft6.66; win
l!lLvi'!r?'llnt, .lo&.26; winter extras,
S3.50(8'4.l6; winter low grudea, 33.4fi4.05.
Rye flour, quiet; fair to good, S4.80ia-i.7O;
oholce to fancy, 4.70u-4.90. Buckwheat
flour, Inactive, per 100 lbs., t2.0trat.lQ,
. CORNMEAL-Barely steady; line white
fill2y'"W' L(1-i0; coarse new, $1.10
RYE Nominal; western, 80c.'
BARLEY-Dull: feeding, 44c. e. I. f
N?,w.,.rk,: 4tkaio c. I. f. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts, 4,b00 bushels; spot,
market easy: No. 8 red, nominal; elevator.
No. 8 red. 81.16i t. o. b. afloat; No. 1.
northern, Duluth, 81.21 f. o. b. afloat:
No. 1 bard Manitoba, 11.08 f. o. b. afloat.
Options affected by a steady run of bear
crop and weather news, wheat slid1 oft
to the lowest point of the year on new
crop months today and wsa also weak In
May through heavy slop loss selling. Part
of the loss was eventually regained on
covering, but still the market closed ff
1 net lower; May. 81.10V1rl.12H. cloned
81.11: July. WU:e closed 96c; Sep
tember, 87tr68. closed BSC.
CORN Receipts, 101,0 bushels: exports,
nV542 buahels. Spot bsrley stead v; No.
2. 67c elevator and 58c f. o. b. afloat;
No. 8 yellow, 644C No. 2 white, 64c. Op
tion market neglected all day, closing net
unchanged. May, i3i8o4. closed M;
July closed 64c.
OATS Receipts, 120,000 bushels; spot mar
ket easy; niixet oals 26 to 83 pounds, SSli
Mtyc; natual white SO to 82 potinda. 37$)
3fic;. clipped white 88 to 40 pounds, 8
HOP8 Easy: state, common to choice.
114, J630c; 1803, 2427c; olds, ll(g)13c; Pa
cific coast, 104, JiiaJSc; 19u8, 2&(gJ6c; olds
llfilHe.
I.KATHER-Plrm; acid, UQ?te.
PROVISIONS-Heef steady.; family. 812.00
I 13.00; mess, 89.60; beef hsms, 322.00Bi23.60;
fiacket, 8U.UO$U.OO; city extra India mesa.
16.003 18.00. Cut meats, quiet; pickled hol
lies. 37.0flir7.76; pli kled shoulders. 86.0Unv.to;
pickled hams, 38.60iji8.00. LArd. easy; west
ern steamed. 3i.3n; reiined. barely steady;
continent, 37.86; Houih America, 88.00; com-
iiotind, 34 87 VlSio. Pork, steady; fumilv,
U.nilloo; short clear,. 312.76i8 16.28; mess,
i3.S,H'H.;6.
RICE Steady; domeatlc, fair to extra,
i'4Ti5Ul Japan, donilnsl.
TAl.hOW gulet; city i2 per pkg.). 4'4c;
country (nkgs. fre, 4l'94c.
Bl'TTER Vli m : street price, extra
creamery, Jc. OfMclal prlcea: Creamery,
common to extra, 27&27Vc; creamery, held,
common to extra. fcttuJTc; state dairy, com
mon to extra, lt9Jc.
POl.XTRY-Allvc, ateady; western chick
ens. 12c; fowls, 16c; old turkeys, luc.
Dressed, firm; western chickens, 106 lie;
fowls. 14e; turkeys, 16&2UC.
HUTTKR Firm. Street prices: Extra
creamery. 2Mtv!Hc. Oltlclnl prices; Cream
ery, common to extra, KkbSSc.
, CHKhjtE Strong; state full cream, small,
colored and white fsnuy, lie; state line,
llc; state late made, colored and white,
poor to choice, 10Wgn3c; state large, colored
and white fancy, ic: stste fins. ISUkc;
slate late made, colored and while, poor to
choice. luUo.
EOtiS Firm; western firsts, I1c; western
seconds, 17c.
POtXTHY-AHvet Firm; western chick
ens, lie; fowls, 15c; old turkeys, itic.
pressed: Film; western chickens, 104214c;
turkeys, 164c.
Kaasaa City ttrala aa rrarUlens.
KANSAS CITY. March 23. WHEAT
Market lower; May, Kic; July. 80c. t'ssh:
No. .3 hard. 3l.fl3i&1.0; No. 3, II 00.q.i.i6;
No. ' . 7ctt1.04; No. 3 red, Sl-OSoU;
Soi . Il.4iol.07; No. 4, ajctili.ot.
CORN-Msrket steady; May. 44H4T,C;
Julv, 4Ctc. Cash: No. 2 mixed. 4-Vd4oc;
No. 8. 4JVc; No, t white, S'j'Witc; No. 4.
4014' tc,
OATS Market steady; No. white, 830
Stc; No. 3 mixed. 3Jft34c.
il AY Steady choice timothy, 383O0
Id. 00; choice prairie. I7.7M8.U).
RYE elteady, "6178c.
KOUB MtrBdy ; M'.arouri and Kansas No.
3. whitewood cases Included. 14c; rase
(,'Otint. I3W': caae returned, c lens.
BUTTER Market tlrin; creamery, 39
Z4c; dairy. U',c J
Receipts. Shipment.
Wheat, bu t.V M.
Corn, bu. 4.l 62 iW
Oats, bu a.w ' H.m
Dalath 4rala Market.
DlM-t'TW. Marrh 23 WH KAT-Tn sr
Bl a: No, 1 . northern. 81 07'.. Oh track;
No. 1 northern. 31.07V4: No. 2 northern,
il.m,l 4V May, $.; July, 31
September Hc.
CHICAOO (iRAI AXD PROVIl05iS
Prlcea aa Boars) af Trade.
CHrCAOO. March 83. Weakness prevslled
In the wheat merket here tortny a a result
of continued excellent weather for crepe.
At the close wheat for May delivery waa
off lc July wheat Is down tHc. Corn,
oets and provisions almost unchanged.
The wheat msrket was weak from the
stsrt. Opening trades were msrked by a
decline of over 2c In the price of May
delivery and 1c In July. Initial quotations
on May were off c to rie. st Il lSnl.lSV
July was down SftVfcc to c, at SI'S 91 'c.
Ivower rabies were also a factor. Weather
extremely favorable for the rapkt growth
of the new crop sttrscted, however, most
attention. Several houses with northwest
ern connections were liberal seller! of May,
while pit traders generally sold July. After
May had touched 81.12 and July oc. the
market rallied somewhat on covering by
shorts. May advancing to 81 18. The mar
ket, though, lacked any definite support,
news from the winter wheat licit being of
such bearish character aa to discourage
demand. One report from Toledo claimed
that wheat In northern Ohio could not
look better than at present. Advices from
Louisville stated that this Is the earliest
spring ever known In Kentucky end thHt
In all probability new wheat will be ready
to market by July 1. The July option
was tinder considerable pressure during the
Inst pert of the session, declining to 90c.
Cssh news from all markets was bearish
late In the day. The market closed weak,
with May $1.124. Final quotations on July
were Mie. Clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 134,700 bushels. Primary re
ceipts. 61.1.100 bushels, compsred with 416,
400 bushels a year ago. Minneapolis. Du
luth gnd Chloago reported receipts of 31
cara, against 218 cars last week and 311
cars a year ago.
Notwithstanding the sharp break In
wheat, prices on the corn market were
comparatively Arm. At the start the mar
ket showed some weakness as a result of
lower prices st Liverpool and In sympathy
with wheat. Iter shorts started to cover
on small estimated receipts for tomorrow.
Offerings, however, were light nnd In con
sequence a firmer tone developed. May
opened unchanged to Vc lower, at 4R5(8',4c.
sold between 48c and 47tjA:c and closed
at the top. rfcsl receipts, 42& cars, with 11
of contract grade.
Weakness of wheat had a depressing
effect en -the osta market. Oeneral liquida
tion was a feature early in the day.
Shorts were the best buyers. During the
last part of the session trading was very
light. May opened unchanged to lower,
at 80iflnc,- sold between ao'vftflO'iie and
closed at 80o. Local receipts were 152 cara.
A large Increase In stocks and liberal
receipts of live hogs caused .weakness In
provisions. Trsdlng, however, was very
light. At the close May pork was off 2
it 6c. at 813 77S4j. Lard and ribs were each a
shade lower, at 17.077.10 and tH.S7fS.90.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
69 cars; corn, 425 cars; oats, 148 cars; hogs,
28,000 head.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Artlcles.l Open. Hlgh. low. Close. Yee'y
Wheat
Sept..
Corn
May.., July..,
Sept..,
Oats
. May..
July..,
Sept..,
Pork
May.., July..,
Lard
May... July..,
Ribs
. May..,
July..,
.14
1.18'l
.8lOt4
atUooft,
80
S0W
12.72
12.87
7.K
8.87
T.07
1.1.1 1.12
1 0
' 86 84
48 47
48 48048
48 48
80 30
9
& ,
12.80 12.72
12.82 13.85
7.10 '70S
7.32 7.20
8.90 8.85
, 7.07 7.06
1.12 1.14
80l914k
84vi,8&tf'
48 48
48t?l48tf
4S48W
8M4
80
29
13.77
12.92
7.10
7.22:
8.90
7.07
30
13.82
12.96
,7.10
7.2S
6.80
7.10
No. 2. '
Cash quotation were as follows:
FLOUR Easy; winter patents, 36.0W6 .10;
straights,' 14. 75 4.80; spring patents, 36009
i.40; straights, 4.404.80; bakers', 82.403.40l
wheat-no. a spring. 31.osa1.13; No. s,
11.0201.12; No. 2 red, 81.131.16.
CORN No.. 2, 47o; No. 2 yellow, 4c.
OATS No. 2. 30c; No. 2 white, 32&
33c; No. 3 white, 3032c.
RYE No. 3. 7878c.
BARLEY Good feeding, . 3840c; fair to
choice malting, 43j47e.-
SEED No. 1 flax. 31. : No. 1 northwest
ern, 3187; clover, contract grade, 313.35.
PROVI8IONB-Mess pork, per bbl.. 112.70
01175. Lard, per 100 lbs.. W.ff7iS7.00. Short
ribs .sides - (leoseV 86.7597.00: snort clear
Hides (boxed), 37.007J2.
Thereceipts snd shipments of flour and
grain 'were as follows: .
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls 28.700 36.100
Wheat, bu 62,000 , 28,800
Corn, bu ..443,400 242.200
Oats, bu 281,300 249.600
Rye. bu , 4 x T.908
Barley, bu... .... 60.600 6,800
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was firm; creamery, 20J7c;
dairy, 18fiC3c. Eggs, strong; firsts, 16c;
prime firsts. 17c; extras, 18c. Cheese, steady
to firm, 12&13c.
t. Loals Grala and Provisions.
ST. LOUIS, Msrch 23. WHEAT Lower;
No. 3 red cash, elevator, 31.04; track,
3114; May, 3104; July, 86c; No. 2 hard,
81.06'aj.O7.
CORN Firm; No. 3 cash, 46c; track, 479
48c; May, 4Ao; July. 4646c.
OATS F)rm; No. 2 cash, 8oc; track. 31
(&32c; May, 38&28c; No. 2 white, 33f4l8c.
FLOUR Dull; red winter patents, 16.16.0
6.40; extra fancy and straight, J4.76ft4.9o;
clear. 84.2Mf4.50. ,
8 EfijD Timothy, steady, 82.00fl.76.
COKN MEAL Steady, 4260.
BRAN Dull: sacked east track, 8.11' 84c. '
HAY Steady; timothy, I6.00ftl3.00; prairie,
36.on moo.
IRON COTTON TIES 86c.
, H BMP TWINB-C.
rnw ii9ivi"si rum, lower; joooing,
812 27. Iard, unchanged: prime steam,
36.65. Dry salt meats steady; boxed extra
shorts, 87.12; cloar ribs. 17.00; short clears,
87.2fi. Bscon, steady; boxed extra short,
37.62; clear ribs, , 87.62; short clear,
37.87.
POULTRY Chickens, higher; chickens,
11 c; springs, llc; turkeys, 14S16c; ducks,
12c: geese, 6c.
BUTTER-Creamery. 22027c; dairy, 18
25c.
EGOS Higher at 16c, case count.
Receipts. Bhlpmenta.
Flour, bbl. '. 9.000 9.000
Wheat, bu. ;. 27,000 , 65,ono
Corn, bu . 94.000 , 79.000
Oats, bu 47,000 66,000
Philadelphia Prosare Market.
PHILADELPHIA, March IS. BUTTER
Stronger; extra western creamery, S9
Sue; extra nearby prints, 31c.
EGOS Firm; nearby, fresh. 1", at mark;
western, fresh, 17c, at mark.
CHEESE Steady; New York full creams,
13c; New York full creams, choice, 13c;
New York full creams, fair to good. li-fl'
13c.
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Msrch 23. WH EAT
May. 3111W1.11: July. 31.07; September,
bc; -No. 1 hard. 8116: No. 1 northern.
81.1;l: No. 2 northern, ll.0S.
FLOI'H Msrket 10o lower for pstents;
first patents, f6.10$.2o; vecond patents. 86.80
i.Oft; Mist clears, 3t.SBfl4.6u; second clears,
e'.'.aOrS.W).
BRAN In bulk. 314.26.
Liverpool Grain and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL. March 23-WHEAT Spot,
eimuly; No. 1 California. Cs 10J. Futures,
steady; March, nominal; May, lis 8d;
July. 6s kd.
CORN Wpot. firm; American mixed, new,
4s 4d; American mixed, old, 4s lid. Fu
tures, quiet; March. 4s 3d; May, 4s 4d.
Pearla Grain Market.
PEORIA. III.. Msrch 33 CORN-Market
lower; No. 3 yellow. 4tlc; No. 3, 46c;
No. 4. 4.")He; no grade, 43c.
OATS Market lower; No. 3 white, 80c;
No. 4 white, 30c.
Telede feed Market.
TOLEDO, March :8. - SEEDS - Clover.
Cash. 37.26; March, 37 86: April. I7.S0: Oc
tober, &.W. Prims aisike. 87.a.
Mrtal Market.
NEW YORK. March 23-METAI.S-Lon-don
reported an unchanged market for
spot tin. which remained at jC125b, while
future theie were a ahsrfe lower at A134
lit d. Locally the market waa quiet and
without material change on the average,
quotations . raiif tug from 829.70 to f.t ll,.
Copper wss a little easier in I.onlon, nun
stHit closing at :67 1i:s6d and futures at
tii. Locslly the markvt was quiet) lake
is still quoted at 3l6.3;4j 1 60, though It
is said that III some Instances these uuo
tatlons can be shaded on small lots; elec
trolytic Is held at 616.254116.87 and casting
at 61t.l7d 18.26. Lead is unchanged at 84.60
4)4.60 in the local market and all 8a td in
London. Spelter, stesdler st a'21 10s In the
London market, but was weak here, and
closed at 4;.Ciit 10. Iron closed at 64s 6d in
Glasgow and 49a In Miildleeborough. Ix
rslly Iron la unrhsnged: No 1 foitndry
northern Is quoted si I17SUM2I; No. 3
foundry northern. II 7.5o& iK.Oii; No. 1 fnun
drv southern snd No. 1 foundry southern
so". l'7TSil8 1t
IT lil'll. Msrc h IS -MKTA! S-Iad,
strong al 84 to. bid; sillier, dull at le 86.
NEW YORE STOCKS AND BONDS
Bear Party Eaids afariet in All Direction!
in Early Dealing.
WEAK HOLDINGS ALL SHAKEN OUT
Later There le a Sabalaatlal Recov
ery af Valaes Money Market le
Kasler aad Call Loan
Rate Lower.
NEW YORK, March 28-The bear party
fell upon the stock market In the early
dealings today and raided prlcea In all di
rections. The result was to shake out the
weaker class of holdings so effectually that
the nealth of the market seemed consider
shly Improved and there were' substantial
recoveries.
There was a very notable revival of some
of the rumora which have figured In the
speculation of the advance when the check
to the decline was effected today. For the
few daya past that the market has been on
the down grade the Interest in' these rumors
has grown so feeble that it would be dif
ficult to understand the previous force they
seemed to have. On the recovery today
the story waa heard of a coming merger of
southern Iron companies, although new aus
pices for the project were presented. The
professional element amongst the operators
nemcd convinced by the events of the last
few days that a considerable decline In
prices wss beforo the market still. This
served to encourage the organisation of the
bear party and the elubornte scale of .oper
ations on which they proceeded. It wss be
lieved from various Indications snd Intima
tions that very extensive liquidation had
been accomplished already on tU part of
those who had accumulated stocks on the
largest scale on the score of merger rumors.
professed expectations of dividend Increases
ana other Influences which had carrlea.
prices to the excessive level before the re
action. With this liquidation effected It
waa assumed that the market would , no
longer have the benefit of the powerful or
gaulsed support which had guarded It un
til this important speculative liquidation
was concluded. The bears were, therefore,
hopeful of Inducing forced selling by driv
ing down prices. The events of the morning
proved, tne Justice or their expectations.
The extent to which the reaction had run
at the low level of the morning Induced
caution on the part or the hears and
prompted larger covering, of short lines.
The manner In which the rally waa ex
tended alao suggested that a considerable
element amongst the professionals had
turned to the long side of the msrket again
on the assumption that the market was
ripe for a further rally.
The day's fluctuations were almost wholly
due to such considerations as these and
news of actifal conditions bearing on values
played little part In the market. Belief that
the proposed stock transfer tax had re
ceived a setback at Albany was accepted
as good news In stock market circles. The
assembling of the British cabinet was made
tne occasion for the revival of explicit re
ports of a movement among the powers to
bring about peace In the far east. The break
In the wheat market was regarded aa an
evidence of good crop prospects. The spe
cial movement in Colorado Fuel was an er
fectlva factor in the rally and was based
on subscription rights to new seaurtttes In
a subsidiary industrial company. An In
crease In the dividend rate by one of the
great foreign copper companies was a sus
taining innuence ror Amalgamated copper
Baltimore fc Ohio was notably firm through
out on Its good report of Februsry net
earnings. The time money market became
easier end the bid rates for short time
loans were reduced again. Sterling ex
change fell to a considerably lower level
and the Bank of England returns showed
another Improvement In English money
conditions. The Inter-domestic demand for
Tunas, however, shows signs of growth.
and while there Is no scarcity of money, yet
the attitude of lenders towards speculative
oorrowers is not encouraging and additional
care in the scrutiny of collateral for loans
Is reported. Thla outlook Impressed the
Deiier that stocks are not yet ready for any
strong resumption of the upward movement
and as a consequence prices moved In sn
unsettled way, suddenly running off during
the final hour In some cases the lowest of
tne aay, and tnen rallying strongly and
closing firm at about the top level.
Bonds were Irregular.' Total sales; par
value. 3.1.736.000. United States bonds were
gll unchanged on call.
Following were the sales snd .range of
pripes on tne mocK exenange today:
. Snlea.Hlgh.Low.Close.
Atchison '..; 23.800 . 89 87 88
do pfd 800 102 102 102
Atlantic Coast Line.. 5,200 140 139 140
Baltimore ft Ohtq 16,400 108 107 108
Wtern Tnlon InO tf 82 83
Total ssles for the day. 1.488.S00 Sharea ,
Ex-dlvldend.
do pfd
Canadian Pacific
Central of N. J
Cheaapeake 4k Ohio.,
Chicago ft Alton
do pfd
Chicago O. W
Chicago A N. W
C. M. & St. P
Chloago T. & T
do pfd
C., C, C. St. L....
Colorado Southern.
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd..
Delaware & Hudson.
Delaware, L. A W...
Denver fc Rio Grande
do pfd
Erie
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd ..'
Hocking Valley
do pfd
Illinois Central
Iowa Central
do pfd
K. C. Southern
do pfd..
Louisville & N
Manhattan L..
Met. Securities
Metropolitan St. Ry..
Mexican Central
Minneapolis A St. L.
M St. P. S. St. M.
do pfd
Missouri Pacific
Missouri, K. A T.....
do pfd
N. R. R. of M. pfd
35.600 148 146 . 148
3,300 67 65 67
900 41 41 . 40
300 80 80 80
4.300 23 23 23
1.700 238 23ii 237
43,800 180 178 180
400 19 17 18
8.200 86 86 36
800 107'4 107ti 10714
1,600 23 28 ' 23
600 60
600 84
300 190
100
000
43.700
2. 4O0
2.200
1,400
200
33
88
45
80
67
110 60
34 84
187 188
.... JT5
83
88
79
66
10
27
169
27
' "4
67
93
93
159
SI
800 28 27 27
800 64 63 6.1
13.300 140 189 140
e.wu 18 1D7V4 167 V
18,100
11.200
6.500
'600
600
10,600
400
700
SH
117
166
106
31
66
85 8fi
122 123
23 24
.... 60
117 117
166 165
195 100
30 20
' 64 64
40
New York Central.... 66.100 160 1S8 lf9
N. Y.. O. A W 13.100 68 5H 67
Norfolk Western.. 6,000 ' 85 84 84
do pfd j2
Pennsylvsnts
P.. C. C. A St. L
Reading
do 1st pfd
do 2d pfd
Rock Island Co.
do nfd
St. T,. A S. F. 2d pfd.
at. it. noutnwestern.
do pfd
Southern Pacific .
do pfd :,
Southern Railway
do pfd
Texas A Pacific.
T.. St. L. A W....
do pfd
I'niop Poclflc
do pfd
Wabash
do pfd
Wheeling L. E. ,..
Wisconsin Central..,.
do pfd.
Adams Express
American Express....
T". S. Express
Wells-Farao Knr
Amalgamated Copper 83300
JO1.6O0 141 140 141
600
87.100
400
21,'o6
3,700
200
... 1.600
. 64.100
. 1.100
. 7.600
100
. 5.900
. 2.000
. 1.SO0
.269.300
100
. 2.00 '
. 2.000
100
900
.100
82
84
92
31
79
w"
64
67
118
34
99
37
128
98
2i
4o'
18
23
61
80
82
91
82
79
6
66
117
.1.1
99
37
37
66
127
F9
w
44
' 18
22
60
100 228
78
87
55
.16"
47
116
100
122
IV
4O0
1.1'rfl
400
12.6iO
sofl
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6.701
8,7(10
ino
ton
6 01
t s"0
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wi
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MO
Man
Si. win
700
61
67U
14
68
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44
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88
91
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79
M
3
41
111
8i
4
31
55
it."
45
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9-
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1?9
66
63
206
13
es;
40
184
21
76
38
100V4
4
109
37
91
247
19
70
2
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89
40
lirv.
;
82
83
91
89
81
79
70
?5?I
63
66
117
34
99
87
38
66
99
23
45
18
rt
50
244
236
126
250
78
87
99
33
93
Amerlrsn C. A F 8.500
do pfd l.iuo
Amerlrsn Cotton Oil. 400
do pfd.......
American Ice loo
do pfd
American Unseed Oil i(6'
do pfd
American Locomotive 10.500
do pfd mo
American S. ft R 28.5O0
' do nfd i ut
Amer. Sugar Refining 8.910 341
Amcr. lobacco. p. c.. (too 8,;'i
nacoIula Mining Co. Sort 1)5 itM J1H
Colorado F. A i.'.'.'.'.'.JOO B00
Consolidated Gas .... 1 o
Corn Products 3 4 m
do nfd R.too
Distillers' Securities. 3 ii'0
-enerHl Electric ...
International Paper
. do pfd
International Pump.
do pfd
National Lead
North American ....
f'jiclfle Mill
t'eoples '.as
Pressed Steel Car ....
do pfd....
Pullman Palace Csr.
Renublie Steel
do pfd
Rubber Gvods
do pfd
Tennessee C. A I....
t:. 8 .lsther
dn pfd Vfl A4 i4
. . 1, t-e. 11 v
IT. n. Tt ibber
do p'd
V. 8. Steel
do nfd ,
Ve.-Csro. Chemical..
do pfd
Westinghou.ie Elec. 410 180 ISO
42
47
11.1
100
121
141
85
67
2W
14
6.1
41
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77
M
85
84
100
43
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ew Yark Maaey Market.
NEW YORK. Msrch 23-MONET-On
call. Arm at iraVk rt cent; closing bid. 3
per cent: offered at 3 per cent; time loans,
easy; sixty dsys and ninety days, 3M1'
per cent; six monthe. 3 per rent; prime
mercsntile paper. 3r4 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Weak. with
actual business In bankers' bills at 14 857043
4 8575 for demand snd at I4.8WB4 8185 for
sixty-dsv bills: posted rstes. 34 844)4.85 and
M6ifl4 97: commercial bills. 84 83.
SILVER-Bsr. 87c; Mexican dollars,
44c.
BONDS Government, steady;
Irregular.
Closing prices on bonds were:
C. I. ref. . rs....1 Jtrns M. rtfi.
e eeapen Wk t N. uol 4i 1MK4
4o la. r( tM'J, v.nhitin e. g. e..l4
eonpos Mex. rtatni u..
new tm, rag le 1st ls
So cenpm 1IJH mnn A St. U
So eld , rs IMS M.. k. a T. 4.
4 coupon 101H1 4o l
Am. Tobs.ro a, ctf. US N. R. R. of at. t
o t, ot ...117H S. T. C. (. 3 SI
AtrhlsoB sen. 4s. . . . . .1MU N. J. C. I le...
.. Mvt nd. r.cino
..I0IV 6s .
..l K. st W. e. 4s....
. . H o. a. u rtls. 4s.
..Ill Penn. con
. II Reading gas. 4a..
71 'St. U A 1. st
railroad,
. .Ml
Jo adj. 4a..
Atlantic C. L. 4s
Bal. A Okie 4a...
do la
fantral of Os. ta.
Me 1st tne
So Id lnc
71V,
.... 144
4a.. M
....101
.... H
4a. U
....la
....1M4
....104
.... 1T,
....iniH
.... rv,
1044
letH
r. ta .111
rha Okie 4Vla....lM4 St. L. 8. 9. I(. 4a AUj
rhlrago A A. '..... I2V4 St. U 8. W e. 4a ... I? '4
C. B A Q. n. 4s.... M'l hoard A. U 4a...
C, R. I. A P. 4a.... 114 80. Pacific 4a fi
do ml. ta 1114, so. Rsiiwar ft 114S
1 a s. 1. g aa .ioi'4, -Tnu a P. la in
Cntraio Ttr. 4a 7 ,T.. St. L W. 4a
rlarado Mid. 4s... 74j t'nlon raclsa 4a.
rio. A tn
rubs la. ctfa....;.
n. ft. o. 4a..
nii.tlllera Ser. la.
Brie srtor lien 4a.
do gen. 4a
r. w. n. c. ia
Hwklng Val. 4ls...ll
-iu. "uttered
9J'1 4a tost.
...! r. S. Steal M Is.
.toj
..
.11"
Wihiih la
do deb. R
Western IM. 4a..
w. L I 4s ..
Wis. Ceatral 4a..
,ln
.rn
. MV4
.118V4
, M4
.
, N
. 94
Boston Storks aad Bonds.
ROSTON, March 23 Call loans. 3fra per
cent; time loans. 3i4 per cent. Official
eiosing on stocKS end nnnds:
Atrhlasn ad). 4a MVti
do 4a lofH
Me. Central 4a 7
Atchison
de pfd 1011
Boston A Albany K
Boaton A Maine 1M
Po.ton ICIevaled 1MH
Pltrbburg pfd 4
Mexican Central 13
K. V., N. H. A H....JOI
Pera Marquette 1
Vnloa PacISc Ut"
Amer. Arge. cnern
do Dfd
Amer. Pnev. Tube i
Amer. Sugar ,...140
de pfd 1
Amer. T. A T 144
Amer. Woolen 2H
do pfd 107
Dominion 1. A 6 MS
ydlao Bleu. Illu ii Shannon
Weatlng. common .,
Adventure
AI1oo.ee
Ametaemated
Amertran glntt ...
Atlantic
Bingham ,
Cal. A Herla
(Centennial
Copper Range
Pair Weat , v..
Franklin I..
Orantr ,
z:Jl.ld Koraie
Masa. Mining
Mlchlcan
Mohawk
Mont. C. A C
Old Pomlnloa
Oeoeola .-.
Parrot , ;
Uulncv
Oeneral Electric
Maea. Kleotrlo
do pfd ,
Masa. Oaa
t'nlted Fruit
United Shoe Mark..
de pfd
U. 8. IKmI
o PM
Bid. "Asked.
.114 .Tamarack ....
. 11 Trinity
. (2 S U. S. Mining.
. 4s tr. s. 011......
.111S t'tsh
. 87S Victoria
, MS Winona
. 4S Wolverine ....
. 4t
. so
. Va
. It
T7
. 11
. t4
80
.441
. 17
. 75 S
. 14
. 10
. H
. 14
. 11
. U14
. im
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. (4
. MS
. nv,
.102
. TS
.11
. 1
4S
.
. 40 S
. 4
. iX
.111
London Stacks and Bonds.
LONDON, March 28. Closing quotations
on stocks and bonds:
Console, money ft I-1IIN. Y. Central.
so account II i-Ii , Norfolk A W..
I do pld
0 Ontario A W...
OMtlPanhaylvanla .
1I0' Rand Mines ...
Anaconda
Atchison
do pfd
Baltimore A Ohio
Canadian Facile .
Chee. A Oklo ....
Chicago Ot. W....
C, M. A 8t. r...
DeBeers
Denver A R. O...
de pfd
Erie
do let pfd
do - M pfd
Illinois Central ..
Louie. A Nash....
M., K. A T...
..ins
... MS
.. 14
..1144a
.. IIS
.114
. M
. 94
. MS
. us
. 10s
. 4IS
. 47
. 41
Reading
do let pfd.
do Id pfd.
Southern Railway ,
do pfd
14 s 'southern Pscl8e
.. US Unlos Paelle ..
.. 44S do pfd ......
.. MS U. 8 Steel
..41 do pfd
. .144S Wabaah
..144S do pfd
. . i!wlr.nl.h 4a
SILVER Bar. dull. 26 9-16d ner ounce
MONEY-22 per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market
for short bills Is 8 6-ltVq2 per cent; for
three months' bills, 3 3-7 J per cent.
..102s
.. MS
..1IIS
..101
.. US
.. MS
.. 23
.. 44
0
New York Mining Stocks.
NEW YORK, March 23. The following
are the closing quotations on mining stocks:
Adams Cos
Alice
Brunawlrk Con ...
Comatock Tunnel
Con. Cal. A Vs..
Horn Silver , .
Iron Silver
LeadTllle Con ....
II
... M
... 14
... 4
... I
!!
Little Chief
Ontario
Ophlr
Phoenix
Potoal ,
iSsvage
...111
.174 Uilerr Nevada
Small Hopes ,
4. uaasdud .....
I
.121
.kid
. I
. 10
. 11
. II
. H
.11
Foreign Jriuaacial.
LONDON. March 23.-Thdugh the liqulda
tlon of the indebtednesa to the Bank of
England lessened the supplies of money In
the market today government disburse
ments provided sufficient for the quiet de
mand. The tendency of rates was easier.
Trading on the Slock -exchange was quiet
and practically featureless. The undertone
was steady notwithstanding some Irregu
larity In consequence of fears concerning
the effect of actual and prospective capital
issues. Consols a shsde easier. Home rail
dull. Americana opened weak on Nets'
York selling, rallied a trifle to above parity,
eased later owing to lack of support, be
came Inactive and unsettled and closed
quiet. War stocks were steady on peace
rumors. Imperial Japanese government 6s
of 1904 were quoted at 1.06.
BERLIN, March 23. The changes in the
various departments on the Bourse today
were unimportant.
PARIS. Marrh 23. Prices on the Bourse
today were Irregular, but at the closing
were stronger. Russian Imperial 4a were
quoted at 88.26 and Russian bonds of 1901
at 6.06. The private rate of discount Is 1
per cent.
Statement Bank of England.
LONDON, March 23. The weekly state
ment of the Bank of England shows the
following changes: Total reserve, Increase,
403,000; circulation, increase, 124.000; bul
lion, tncresse, 626,828; other securities, de
crease, 4,015.060; other deposits, decrease,
5,018,000; public deposits lncresse, 1,402,.
000; notes reserve, Increase, 308,000; gov
ernment securities unchanged.
The proportion of the bank's reserve to
liability this week ia 66.06 per cent; last
week it was 61.12 per cent.
Statement Bank al Franca,
PARIS, Msrch 23. The weekly statement
of the Bank of France shows the following
changes: Notes In circulation, decrease,
40,400,000 francs; treasury accounts current,
Increase, 406.100,000 francs; gold in hand, de
crease, 8.300.000 franca; bills discounted, de
creese, 19,300.000 francs; silver in hand, In
crease, 1,150,000 francs.
1 t 1
Treasary Statement.
WASHINGTON, Msrch 23 Today's state
ment of the treasury balsnces In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the 1150,000.000 gold
reserve in the division of redemption,
shows: Available cash balance, 3140,221,5.0;
gold. 366,831,839.
Bank t'learlnae.
OMAHA. March 23. Bank clearings for
today were 31,378,763.62. For the corre
sponding day of 1804 the dealings were
31,863.486.09.
Evaporated Apples aad Dried Frnlts.
NEW YORK, March 23. EVAPORATED
APPLES The market Is firm, though
actual business Is moderate, owing partly
to aiuntv offering of choice to Taney,
while holders of prime are asking prices
above the views of buyers. The common
are quoted at 4itf5e; prime. 65c;
choice, 641 0c; fancy, 7c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS.-Prunes,
unimproved on spot, with buyers taking
onlv small lots. Quotations for California
grades range from 2c to 6c, while Ore
gone re held as high as Tc for the larger
sixes: Apricots, unchanged at 10cilc for
choice, 1VI3c for-extra choice and 129
15c for fancy. Peaches rule firm at loftluo
for choice, 1910c for extra choice and
llj'12c for fancy. Raisins show no Im-
Kiovement on spot, but sre quite firmly
eld, owing to stronger advices from the
coast.
, , , . . 1
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. March 2S.-COTTON Spot
closed quiet -r middling uplands. I Joe; mid
dling gulf. 6 40o. Sales. 5)3 bales.
LIVERPOOL, March 18 COTTON-Spot
market aulet. prices 4fi8 points lower:
American middling fair. 4.Q8d; good mid
dling, 436d; middling, 4 24d; low middling,
4.1od; good ordinary. 3.93d; ordlnsry. 3.764.
Sales. 3.O11O bales, of which 6u0 were for
speculation and export, and Included 7 60)
American. Receipts, (.000 bales. Including
8 80O American.
NEW ORLEANS, March 23.-COTTON-Steady.
Sales, 6,3u0 bales: ordinary, f 1-J6c;
low middling. 7'i middling fair, 8-16c.
Receipts. 8.417 be In; stock. 265 4 J6 bsles.
ST. LOUIS. March 23.-COl'TON-Loweri
middling, 7 ll-luo. Balea, none; receipts,
nuns; shipments, none; stock, 44,911 bales.
' Oils stall Rosla.
SAVANNAH. Qa..' March 23. OIL Tur
pentine, firm, 63n.
ROSIN-Firm; A, B, C. 32 77; D. $2.80;
FS, 13.37: F. :2: . $3.iK; if. 83.i; I,
8:i.;.0; M. 84 60; N. 84.75; W fi, 85 00; W W.
83.16.
OIL CITT. March 23. -Oil Credit bal
ances, 81.38; cerdflcatea, no bid; Hupmenis,
ii.'.H bbls., average 8.170 bbls.: runs, 76
4M bbls.. aversse 70.470 bbls.; Lima ship
ments. 769cV bbls.-. avere.se 67 147 bbls.;
Lima runs, 69.I96 bUl average 16 Ml bbls.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Csttl Beceipts Again Liberal, Beit Grade
8te8dj. Others Lower.
HOGS SHOW A LOSS OF A BIG NICKEL
Best Sheep aad Lambs A boat Steady.
Others Meetly Five la Ten Lower,
Greatest Decline Apparently
Beta an Clipped Stork.
SOUTH OMAHA. Msrch 4. '
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep
Ofltoisl Monday 3.95 3unl 4.i6
Official Tuesoav J. 01 .iJ t.sfiS
Official Wednesday 6.164 3,ny. 10.70
Official Thursday 3,90 11,200 i.t'O
Four days this week. .17.131 31 9MI 33.781
Four days last week. . . .14.M5 27, 4-' i8,i63
Same days week before. 16. irS 37.2M 20,8.4
Heme three weeks sgo..lAn9 .18.4! 8.29H
Hsme four weeks sso 14.161 45.4X9 y.-16
Same days last year. .. .18.918 27.133 39.190
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, with comparison with
last ) ear;
1906 1904. Inc. Dec.
faille 181.620 212,688 .... 30.868
loga 646.879 644. 0R 3.840
Sheep 366.018 4i,818 ....
'i ne following tuuiv shows the aveiage
price of hogs st Soutn Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Mar. 1.
Mar. 2
Mar.
Mar.
Msr.
Mar.
Msr
Msr.
Mar.
Mar. 10.
Mar. 11..
Msr. IX.
Mar. la..
Msr. 14..
Mar. 16..
Mar. 16..
Mar. 17..
Mar. 18..
Mar. It..
Mar. 20..
Mar. 21..
Msr. 22..
Mar. 23..
I 1805. UrUt. 11808. 11802. 11801. 11900.11
4 0 6 141
1 "111 I AO af Ml
1111 V V
4 77 I 12 T C3
4 80 I (4 7 Oil
I 8 871 7 12
88 06
4 AS. 8 13
4 S7UJ ft 1
4 8 . 6 lit,
4 6i 6 11
I I 75
4 80
4 M
4 90j
484
4 37
6 01
7 14)
7 2o
7 90
181
7 2.1
t !
v
7 30
1
8 4 68
6 28i
5 22
i 85
5 311
8 88
3 II
4 6 f S3
4 n 3 57
8 U
d 741
I
6 16
6 25
6 IS
I 6 041 7 11
6 04 7 06
. 4 uk i 1 1..
8 08 j i 7 83
0 lZ't 4 m 7 4
6 07l 4 3.M
, I 4 88, 7 45
81
a
11
8 v7
6 97
S
4 10,
a 061
e 1 6 all
6 7 I 4 Ml 8 W
i , 6 0i 8 69
8 I8 3 41 4 781
ti ij 4 4 79; 8 62
6 IS: s net 4 75' 3 43
a 111 6 61 4 79! 1 Se
6 66 4 86 3 Su
4 94
6 66)
a 01 4 18
6 71 4 K4
6 K2 4 91
6 80 4 85
t 80 4 90
16
6 21
M
6 17
6 25
6 31
4 701 3 64
4 71 3 60
4 711 I 61
4 71 3 5
3
8 W
8 6
3 56
3 80
3 63
indicates Sunday.
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle, frogs Hheep.H'r'S.
C, M. A St. P. Ry. .. ( t
Wabash 4
Mo. P. Ry 6 2 .. 1
V. P. system 11 34 17 8
C. A N. W. Ry., east. 4 8
C. A N. W. Ry., west. 33 40 4
C, St. P., M. A O. Ry 23 16 3
C, B. A Q. Ry., west 36 34 7 3
C, B. A u. Ry., east 3 6 ' .. 1
C R. I. A P. Ry., E, 3 7
C R. I. A P. Ry., W. .. 1
Illinois Central 3 3 .. .
C'hl. Great Western.- 1 .. ..
Total receipts ....161 163 30 U
The disposition of the day s receipts was
as follows, esch buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
cos i.b'.f)
2.2N9
8,152
1,347
1,164
Omaha Packing Co.
Swift and Company .... 1,143
Cudahy Packing Co. .. 9S6 4.302
Armour 4k Co. 3V2 2,947
vanaant Ac to 109
Lobman At Rothschild .. 78
Hill A Son 86
H. F. Hamilton 9
L. F. Huss 14
L. Wolf 21
Mike Haggerty 96
J. B. Root V Co 14
J. H. Bulla 8
S. A S 106 218
Z. H. Clarke 1
Other buyers 311 1.490
Totals 8,911 11,846 7,163
CATTLE There was a liberal run of
cattle here -today and as a result packers
made another effort to pound the market.
On the good stuffs, however, they had to
pay right around steady prices, thu de
cline being confined Isrgely to the com
mon and medium' grades. Trsdlng was
rather slow, and us It was late before the
market opened the day was well advanced
before a clearance waa made.
The market on beef steers could be
quoted steady to a dime lower. Anything
at all desirable sold at right around steady
firlces, or steady to a shade easier. When
t csme to the common or medium kinds,
however, packers were bearish, and auch
kinds had to sell StflOc lower In the great
majority of cases. The quality of the
offerings today could not be classed better
than fair.
The market on cows and heifers was
slow, and except in the case of the
choicest grades, which sold about steady
the genersl market was 6610c lower than
yesterday. Buyers were late In getting
started, and when they did begin they
took hold with little life except where a
bunch Just happened to strike their fancy.
The market on canners was particularly
slow snd wesk and present prices are
fully 26c lower than they were on Mon
day. Tho demand for that class seems
to be very limited at this time.
Bulls were slow and In most cases a
little lower. Vesl calves did not show
much chsnge from yesterday.
The market on stockers and feeders was
fully 6i 10c lower and slow at the decline.
The demand from the country so far
this week has been ' rather disappointing,
and as a result spsculatora did not want
any more cattle unless they could get
them for less money. The commoner the
quality the greater the decline, but still
all kinds suffered. Representative sales:
BEEF STEERS.
1...
I...
11...
1...
1...,
JI...
12...
11...
II...
11...
II...
II...
14...
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HOGS There was quite a liberal run of
hogs hero this morning, and. as Chicago
was reported a big nickel lower, p.tckera
took off Just about that much here. At
the opening trading was very slow, but
after buyers and nailers nnslly got together
on prices it wss not long before the bulk
of the offerings was disponed of. The
market. If anything, showed some Im-
irovement on the close, the Isst sales
jtlng a trifle stronger lliun the early ones
Practically everything was diiosed of
before noon. A noticeable feature of the
msrket this morning was the narrow rsnge
of prices. Mont ever) thins; sold from to.uO
to &.08. There were a few light and com
mon hogs that sold from l ti to 34.97
and packers did not s em to ! nll(lng to
pay more than VuV tr anything. Aa a
result the range of prl ,-s was the nar
rowest of the (. n. luprencnietive
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SHEEP There wss a fairly liberal run
Of sheep lit sight this morning, snd aa
reports from, other points were rather un
favorablo to the selling Inlet est, packers
were Inclined to be besrlsh. At the opening,
however, they all seemed to be anxious
for a fen- choice grades, and auch kinds
sold readily at Just about stesdy prices.
When It csme to the commoner kino,
however, the msrket wss slow and 6c to
10c lower. There was more clipped stuff
on sale tliuu at any time so far this sea
son and packers were more bearish on
those kinds thsn on the wooled stock
Some of the stuff that waa here yester
day packers refused to pay stesdy prices
for. Salesmen were not Inclined to make
the concessions asked, snd aa a result u
was late before a clearance was made.
The lamb market was In much the same
condition as the trade on sheep. Choice
stuff could probably be quoted steady with
the commoner kinds, such as feeders, buy
ers did not wsnt, slow snd wesk. Pai't
fat lambs of good quality, though, sold
readily to feeder buyers st steJy prices.
There were no fat lamba offered good
enough to bring over 87. J8. or feeder lambs
good enough to bring over 86.60.
Quotations f.cted slock tlnod choice
vesrllngs. 8l.40'a6.76; fair to stood year
lings. I6.00tl6.40; good to choice wether.
8560Q8.76; fair to good wethers, S8.004M.bO:
good to choice ewes. 85.0OV5.50: lair to good
ewes. 4.505.00; common t. fair ewes. 84.08
4 10, good to choice lambs. I7.0ft37.26; fair
to food lambs. It.76t7.00 ; feeder lambs. 16 08
6.ot. Representative sales:
No. Av. Pr.
83 western bucks 128 8 00
80 Wyoming cull ewes 68 3 60
16 western ewes t 82 4 00
13 western Ismhs 66 500
47 western cull yearlings 77 6 10
469 Wyoming ewes 83 5 10
1.18 Wyoming ewes 99 8 10
201 western ewes ?5 6 30
460 western ewes 86 6 30
601 Colorado ewes 104 6 36
180 Colorado ewes 104 5 85
8 western ewes 106 5 bo
1 western ewe 100 6 60
3 western lambs 70 6 60
47 western lambs 67 6 60
90 western lambs 68 IW
ir.'l western lambs 81 7 25
22 western cull ewes 92 3 60
10 Mexican cull ewes 79 8 6o
97 Mexican ewes 84 4 90
142 Mexican ewes 94 4 W
118 Mexican ewes 97 3 26
187 Mexican ewea 87 6 Ho
183 Mexican eyes 116 6 40
242 Mexican ewes 88 6 40
308 western ewes 116 5 bO
119 western ewes 110 6 50
3 western lamba 75 6 60 '
66 western lamba.... 77 7 00
1 western lamb 80 7 00
667 western lambs 72 7 10
130 western yearlings 76 8 10
250 western lambs 81 7 26
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Strong; to Ten Cents Higher
Hogs Five la Ten Cents Lower.
'CHICAGO, March 23. CATTLO Receipts,
7,000 head; market, strong to 10c higher;
ggnd to prime steers, 85.156.26; poor to
medium, 83.80435.00; stockars and feeders,
33.00tp8.75: cows, 31.8tHfj'4o: heifers, 83.00
tflo.Oo; csnners, $1.50(62.40; bulls, .60&4..0U;
calves, 33.Oixa-7.00. - . M
HOGS Receipts, 30,000 heed; estimated
tomorrow, 25,000 heed; market 810c lower;
mixed and butchers, 85.154J6.86; good to
choice heavy, 85.2!Vft6.S7: rough heavy, 86 16
65.25; light, 35.10i.26; bulk of sales, 85.10
t6.30.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 14,000
head; market steady; good to choice weth
ers, $S.75'f76.SO; fair to choice miked, 84.80
j.40; western sheep. 86.00flJn.8O; native
lambs, $5.5O07.8o;. western lambs, 16.40
fjtf.SS. '
Kansas City l ive Slock Market.
celpts, 4,200 head. Including 100 southeins.
Maraei Bieauy, cnoice ximu
beef steers, 5.26tK6.75; fair to good. 14.251
. . .1 .. . j tKfri'K AA .(Ar.(Ai-i
a , WRHIVIH I' ll BUTIO, ........ -
and feeders. 83.004.86; southern steers, 3.o0
QJ4.VU; souinern covco, i.ii.iui ,
$2.Oo&4.60; native heifers, $3.0u84,86; bulls,
82.60tt4.il; calves, I:. 50-86.50.
HOGS Receipts, ll.OoO head. Market 10c
lower; top, $5.22; bulk of sales, 35.00fip5. 30;
heavy, 85.22; packers, $5.10ojb.l7; pigs and
lights. 84.4orfi6.bO.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,500
head. Market steady; native lambs, $6.601Ji
7.60; nstlve wethers. $8.40f..80; native fed
- ... . -.. . i i. ma tuw
ewes, 44.ts.suo.oo, weiviei II fti-u inii.i.n, vv.v-rv
7.50; western fed yearlings, S6.0rxmi.80; west.
-I - I . 1 S Art. . . . . 1. . .. .1
ern iea snwp, ev.euuv.w, iiiakciq aim
era. $3.5006.60.
St. I.ools Live Slock Market.
ST. LOUIS, March 28. -CATTLE Re
ceipts, 3,600 head, including 2.000 Texsns.
Market strong; native shipping and export
steers, $4.25i7.O0; dressed beef and butchers'
steers, 84.16ifr6.60; steers under 1.000 lbs.,
3.0O'o4.E0; Blockers and feeders, 42.50(54.60;
cows and heifers, $3.1034.60; canners. $2.00
2.60; bulls, $2.75i&3.75; calves. $6.76.00; Tex
ans and Indian steers, $8.0oig6.10; rows and
heifers. $2.00(94.25.
HOGS Receipts. 7.600 head. Market was
lower; pigs and lights, I3.75-&5.1D; packers,
If). 206. 3o; butchers' and beat heavy, 16.80-17
3.40. .
HHEKP AND LAMHB- KeceiptS, 1.1,00
hesd. Market steady; native muttons, 83.00
4Y0.06: lambs, I5.004j7.26; culls and bucks,
$:i. 7605.00; stockers. I2.CO173.&0.
St. Joseph, live Stock Market.
B r. Juntrit, . Aisron ;j. la i i L,e. tte
relpts, 2.0X9 head. Market slow to stesdy;
natives, $4.0O((f6.60; cows and heifers, $1.9Ua
4.65 atockeie and feeders, 3l.0nti4.65.
HOGS-Recelpts, 6.SO0 heud. Market 10a
lower; light, I. 005.15; medium and heavy,
$.06!f(5.2o.
BHEEP AND LAMHH-RecelptS, 6,937
head. . Market steady; lambs, 37.46. ,
' glnns f'tlr Live Stuck Harkat.
SIOUX CITY, Marrh 23.-(Speolal. Tele
gram.) CATTLE Receipts. MUM head;
market steady; beeves, ;i,OiO,25; cows,
bulls and mixed. 'i.6o4.o0; stockers snd
u-edera, ,2.7eia4.oO; ale aad yearlings,
$2.7.3.7&.
HOiB Kecetpis, s.imi neaa; market
steady, selling at S4 804j.10; hmk of ssles,
$5,0046.05.
Slock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock st the six principal
western markets yssferday:
Cattie. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 8.800 11. .00 6,101
Hloux Clly 1.800 7,500
Kansas City 4,20u U.Ono 'j,.Vtj
Ht. Units 8.5u0 7.511 ' 1,000
St. Joseph 2.0M1 6 806 6,997
Chicago T.Ooo 30,000 14,00)
Totals
..1TJ,89 .74,005 59,187
rerttrlfugal. 4 ')".( ; centrlfugl whites,
8c; yeliow. 4M''4c; seconds. 3c
MOI.A2Ert Vluiel ; open Heine. l..-Sc;
centrtiuasl, 6i4c. Syiup. nominal, inc. '
OMAHA V4HOI.E9ALK MARKET.
Condition af Trade and Haetalleas aa
stapia a aai raaeg riet-tt,
EGGS Mecelpts heavy, market steady;
candleit stCHk, 16c.
LIVE 11(1 L'I'KY Hens. 10o; young
roosters, sccordlng to else. 18 lor. old roos
ters, 64c; turkeys. ISc; ducks, Me.
Bl'TlKR Packing stock, ltllTc; ckoka
ta fancy daily, vc; creaniviy, ii.4.;
pi'in is, ftc.
FRfc-SH FROZEN FISH-Trout. 8c: pick
erel, 6rc: pike. ; perch. &c; bluefish,
lie; whiielish. 6c; salmon. He; redsnapper,
10c; halibut. ; cruppies lie; buffslo, 7c;
white hsss. He; herring, ic: Spanish mack
erel. He. Frog legs, per (Jos., 40c.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Whole
sale Hay Dealers association: Choice No.
1 upland, $6.6(1; No. 2. $6.00; medium, $6oti;
coarse, 86 00. Rye straw, 85 60. Theee prlcrs
sre i. r iniy Oi s.u ro and qumh.j.
HH4N-fer Ion. $17.50. . v
OYSTERS New ork coutils. per can.
45c; extra selects, per ran. 6c; standards,
per can. 30c. Hulk: Standards, per gal..
11.40; extra Selects, per gal.. $1.46; New
York counts, per gal., 81.90.
TROPICAL FRl'lTB.
ORANGES Call foriiia, ex.'rs fancy Red
lsnd nsveit. ail sixes. 12 tor fancy navels,
$2.3Mf2.40; choice navels, large, else D, 9.
Hi 42.10.
iauK8-California; fancy. $3 70: sou and
86o, choice. 270, . and M 88.60.
HATK8- Per box or Jto-ih. tikgs.. 32 00;
Hallowe'en, In 70-lb. boxes, per lb.. I'eojUc.
r'IGt aiuornlM. per lO-.o. vsruii. e'fj
86c; Imported Smyrna. 4-crowr.- Ice; -crown,
12e; fancy Imported, iwashed). In
l-io. pkgs., IVtJlMi.
BANANAS I'er medlum-slsed burtch, I1.J6
Oi Mb: Jumbos, 3a.Wi-tt-4.0rt. - -
GRAPEERCIT-Per box of M,to 84, $6.00.
FKCITs
STRAWBERRIES Florida, per urt.
Al;rLEK-New York Raldwlns. $3A)ilIlJ5;
Cclorado Wlnesaps. per bu. box, $1.75.
HnAi r'.it--nii.i'ii MMiugxo. per .cg. li.
TANGERINES California, per halt-Uox,
$' 50
"CRANBERRIES Jerseys, per bti., $8.00;
per box, $2 26.
VEGETABLES.
POTA TOM-Home gronn. In sacks, per
bu., Hottli.v; Colorado, per bu., 46c.
TC'K.Nil'o-Old, Pr bu.. 4wi; ftw. P
dot., $1. J0.
t ARROTS-Old. per bu., 40c; new, per
dos., 76c. '
PARSNIPS Old. per bu., 40e. - - .
BEANS Navy, per bu.. 32.10.
CI Cl'MRERS Per uca., 31.7s4H2.U0.
TOMATOES -Florida, per 6-baskt crate,
$4.50lj6.00.
bf i-ACIL-Per bu., $1.00.
ONIONS Home grown, red. In sacks, per
lb., 3c; Spanish, per crate. $'-5t; Colorado
yellow, per lb.. 2c; Bermuda onlnna, per
crate, $'.'.75; new southern, per dos., 45c.
I.' A AGE Holland seed, pef lb., lc.
8"ERT PtlTATOES Kansas kiln uilcd,
per bbl., $2.50.
BEETS Old, per bu., 40c: new, per dos.
bunches, 65c.
CELERY California. 7S4J90C.
RADISHES Hot house, .arge bunches,
per dos., ti90c. .
LETTVCE Per box of about fifteen
heads, 60c.
RHUBARB California, per lb., 8c; per
box of 40 lbs., $3.00.
PAltSLEK iJer rtox. bunches. 76e.
ASPARAGCS-Illlnols. p- do- bunches.
$.0O; California, white, per dos. of t-l.
bunches, 35.00.
MISCELLANEOUS).
CHEESE Wisconsin twins, full cream,
13 14c; Wisconsin Young America. 16c;
block Swiss, new. 15c; 'old. 16017c; Wiscon
sin brick. 15c; Wisconsin llmburger, Ho;
brick cheese, 5i&1fic.
HIDES No. 1 green, 7c; No. 2 green, 6c:
No. 1 salted. 8c; No. 3 salted. 7c: No. 1
veal cair, 9c; No. 2 veal out. ic; dry salted.
71il4c; sheep pelts, 2bc$$l.00; horse hides,
31.6O-tl3.0O.
NUTS Walnuts, Ne. 1 soft shells, new
crop, per lb.. 16c; hard shells, per lb., 13c:
No. 2 soft shells, per lb., 12c; No 2 hard
shells, per lb., 12c; Pecans, large, per lb.,
12c; small, per lb., 10c; pesnuts, per lb.. 7c;
roasted peanuts, per lb., 8c; Chill wslnuts,
per lb., 12fdlSo; almonds, soft shell, per
ll., 17c; herd shell, per lb.. 16c; rheetnuts,
per lb., 12-ffiac; new black walnuts, per
fu., 751 90c; NhellbSrk hickory nuts, per bu.,
$1.76; large hickory nuts, per bu. fl 60.
Wool Market.
BOSTON. March 23 WOOL While tha
Rorton wool market is considered by deal
ers to be in a strong position, business la
light In most grades. The demand as a
rule favors the finer wools. The slow
movement of domestic wools Is due In part
to smsll available supply. Foreign wools
sre In fair demand and moving rather
freelv at sustained prices. Quotations:
California. Humboldt and Merulorlno. 27i
27c; northern, 'choice; 2Ti5ts2Kc: average, It
02)o; middle counties, 16U20c; southern, 15
fll7c; Oregon, eaatern staple. 214322c; cloth
ing. ISfilSc; valley No. 1. 26(g6c: territory,
Idaho-fine. 19ifJ20c: heavy fine, 161117c: fine
medium,- 19&20c; Wyoming fine, 1718c;
heavy fine. Ii'iri6c: fine medium. 18lSc;
Tjtali and Nevada fine, 17618c: heavy fine,
16-rtlAc; fine medium, 1718c; Montana
fine choice, Zl(922o: fine average, J920c;
fine medium choice. 21tfji22c; average. .19-3300:
Colorado fine, 16?16c: fine medium. 16.&1TC.
LONDON. March 23. WOOL The second
series of the wool suction sales closed to
day. A rood selection amounting to 7.973
bales, chiefly New Zealand, was offered.
There was an active demand and the high
est prices of the series were realised.
Slipes were Irft better request, ' When tha
series opened, merinos were urtrhSnred to
6 per cent cheaper, good qualities bringing
the January rates. Later all grades weak
ened, hut toward the close, under1 vigorous
competition nnd a distinctly ' stronger tone,
firke-halred Improved and at times advanced
shove the January level. Medium and
coarse eross-breds followed a like trend,
declining 10i815 per cent below the first
series, while the finest grades remained
about unchanged to 6 per cent lower. Keen
competition near the closing days brought
about a reaction and a general advance of
5 per cent. Cape of Good Hope and Natal
wool opned In buyers' fatvw, but recov
ered; best snow whites were sesree sn
sold at extreme rstes. The ssles closed
strong. Of the 105,698 bales catalogued, 84.
000 bales were sold to the home trade, 70.000
bales to the continent, 6,000 bales to Amer
ica and 20,000 balea were held over for the
third series. The following are today's
sales In detail; New South Wales, 308
bales: scoured, lodfyi jort; greasy., ittion.
. . m AAA v i . J ' 4) it j a
Queensland, 1,300 bales; scoured, ts 1d-9
1s 8d; greasy, 7&lld. Victoria. 300 bales:
scoured. Is 2dfrls 6d; greasy. 6d-ls id.
South Austrslla.' 100 bales: greasy, 74
9d. New Zealand. 6.600 bales; scoured.
7dff1s; greasy, 6dftls 2d. Cape of Good
Hope and Natal, 200 bales; greasy. 8-jr(l.
River Platts. 100 bales; scoured, 7dflls Id;
freesy, 67d. -. -
ST. IX)CI8. Msrch 23. WOOI Steady ;
medium grades, combing snd clothing, 28
J26c; light fine, 11W:tc; heavy fine, 141
16c; tubwashed, 3037c.
: Mllnsakee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. March 28 -WHEAT-10
lower; No.l northern. 31.14; No. '8 north
ern. 81.0811.12: July, 90c. asked
CORN V lower; No. 3, 46iS47C; May,
48--,c, asked.
REAL ESTATES TRANSFERS,
Coffee M.-rkel.
NEW YORK. March 23.-COr'FEE-The
market for futures opened stesdy at an
advenes of (,lu points in response lo i
higher European msrkets and predictions
of lighter Brasllian receipts. Trsding wss
fairly active and there waa not much mora
of the switching that has been a feature
recently, while prices shoasd some Im
provement after the opening, owing to de
mand ci edited to Wall slr-et houses ami
for European .'account, . The oluae ' was
stesdy at an advance of lo points. Salts
reported of 86.260 bags, including March at
l.'jic; May. iHitiiitc; July. tt!4t&M; Sep
tember, , 6Wlti.Wc December. 7 087 I ;
February, TJjjo. Spot, quut; No. 7 Rio, 'c.
later aad Molasses.' t
NEW YORK, March 38. SVG A R R w,
nominal fair refining. 4c: cenirlfugal W
teal. 4 27-3.'(: inolssnes ssigar, 4c. He
lloed, dull; No. . b-4oc; No. 7, 4V40c: No.'
8, 6 3oc; No.. 9. 6 25c; .Mo.. 10. 6 2uc; No. II.
8 to--: No. 12. 6.04-; No. 13 l.c; No. 14,
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NEW (I1LE A NS. Msr. h 23-SUGAR-Flrm;
open kenlr, 34'e; oiien kettle
Deeds filed for record Msroh 23, 1906." as fur
nished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracter, 1614
Farnam aireet, for The Bee:
Rena Geppner to Mary Horen, lot I,
block 62, South Omaha 3 5"0
George T. Morton and wife to Anna
Hart, part In 7-16-13 .....i 3,300
Flora R. Bran to G. T. Morton, lot
3, 7-16-13 .' '....'." Ill
C. Axford and wife to E. C. Axford,
part of lot 5. Axford's add l.Oou
Elisabeth Isrsen to F-ioma F. C' '
Wohlgren. lot 1, blot k il. Waliiyt .
Hill " j
W. F. Peel and wife te Mlllutl Trust (
company, part of lots 14 and 16.
block 3. Park Place -. ,r t
Llbhle C. Russell to R. McClellsnd,
lota and 7, block 11, Wuterloo ' 1
H. J. Davenport to Elsie I). Troup,, .
lot 66, Glses add 1
R. W. Innes to Edith H. Webb, psrt,,
lol 7, Troup's vuhdlv 1
Edith II. Webb to Kstia E. Monrow,
sstne property i "l
Alvlna M. Aldrlch to W. II, Galea, lot
19, Winch's subdlv 325
E. Wakeley tp Sablna Wskelsy, uart
lot 4. block 1. i lty .,. ..u... 1
Nsshua Trust oompany to J. W. Wll-
bum. tract In 4-14-18 10
J. G. K nil n and wife to A. Kulni, part
ef lot 2. block 9. Josha s ....'.,., 1
W. Kahre snd wife to , Qhye.' Ipt 3.-
block 4. Im Pont Plie 700
Anne Knlnaatelt and husband to Anna
Hume!, part of lot 21, blpcHIO. tie ml
Park t l.ttM
Edwards -Wood Co-
iarerpori4Kl i ,
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