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TITE OMATT.V DAILY BEE: MONDAY. APRIL ?.7, .DOS.
1 i, Y ; 1(1 r s y r r ; I i I, 1 1 A REAL ESTATE ' c itt property ron SALE (Continued. V A BENSON SNAP" I? .3SA-A dandy pew A-ronm cottage parlor, dining riKira, klichen, ln or hod ro'm downstairs; I bo,l rornn nml and hl lipetnirs; lrc c'mets snd panir.f. ; Ground 76x'2)l. 1 blM ks from Mr. Fruit tree, mall fruit, ganien and blue grass 11 In. Modern excnjit heat. This In cludes full-length serins t windows niirt tlrors; Bow, best quality ilmiiiii, linoleum an kitchen flour. large, now "Mrvil" range, all connected, iao base limner. Io you know whrrr you ran duplicate " thl offer? Onlv t clown, hnlanc; I2 ' per monlh. lasted o" Haleinn Ave . rec ond house, south of Reed PL, runt front, where th ntwr will be plearrij to how It ny lime. Fhnn Fenson 4R.". ( MISS x Safe Business Investment t2,6O0 for th ni:1 went cor ner of 4t.h nd Jackson Pts.. M feet, with 3-story brick hulldlng, In flrst-das repair, netting a large rmo of. Inter est. Reasonable lrmi. GEORGE. 4k CO., 11 Farnam St. , ., us) ius ;s SOUTH OMAIIA SNAP Beautiful i-rcom limine, part modern. In elegant shspe; splendid neighborhood, close to car line: walking tltatance. Kx trellent very large lot. fenced; prrma- nent wak; fruit and shade trees, lar'.-e bam and chicken heme ami chicken ya.nl. Only part cash required and at a lvke , that will aurprlae you. NATIONAL. INVESTMENT CO., (82 Brandeia Bldg., Omaha, Neb. , iA M135 , IN th West Farnam dlatrjret,- a. room dwelling on lot 60x165, eajt front, 132 North ith.a.vnue; fine )iwn. tree. ce ment walks and paving; Tiouae has been -put In fU-st-clas conil.tion, iw roof, plumbing, electric llgUt. new fixture., papering, ate, For tela tor t&,S00, or for rent at A0 a month. REED BROS, 171t KAIINAM BT. (!) M77j. I4FTW (-room tiouae. (l.SQP. S434 Pahlor PI. New, roomi, 3'th and Sprafua Sta, $(f75. A. U. Heaoley, iiii Sahler Bt. ' u Mats I WANT ,n "tC9t on the property, II and 1130 8. lint fit. ; two mod boite and ' good barn; well rentd. Thla property la wpe4 ty an eaatarn narty who tpuat atlL THOMAS BRKNNAJC Room 1, w York Llla lildc ' A MODERN 8 -room houaa and barrf, bar gain. . 82 8.. 17 th Ft. Bee owner FOR SAIK Four $Tiio lota on can Una, weil, for 3na aach. Mnat be aold Monday. Trustee, room loj McCagua HUgr. (i9i inu r,x TJBAL. F.9TATF3 TI1!-,!? TF.rrsT pn lik CI1AS E. WllXaAJ430N. Prej. W IKt THE REED AB8THACT CO.. eat. ISM. Prompt rvji;e. Uet our prices. 1714 Farnam. ' ! 8i c-:,.-,tv-"",: , i .T7 : REAL ESTATE JFAJRSI AND nNCII LAMI FOB SALE CaiauuM. Canada Lands FIFTY THOUSAND ACRES AT A (JREAT SACRIFICE ' i V. . . Il7',f J. at- I ... 1 Mut b aold in tracts of not leas than iO.OOO acre." " ' I'rlcea are reduced to figure that makes thla ' th beat bargain In the Canadian market today. HERE'S A CHANGE To Inveat in strictly first class laud In oms of we mem Canada's 1m at districts, ' now being opened up by tba new Trns , ContUcntal railway, the Grand Trunk Pa- ,clfic. .... j ' For full particulars apply or writs lin mediately to j Thomson Beattie, Rome Hotel. Omaha . . . rth Osksta, ' OUT IHET OO On ths new C.. M. M. P. Coast Railway, through Adams county. North Dakota, vbtoa Is attracting homeavekers to an vuexcelUd taruilug country. Buuj.1i me, itt coal, pure water, aura cropa, a Iwui iTo.tbl occupation for you. Laui but tJi to 8.0 aa acts row. fcay tcrma, V Jtv bmetea4 relUiiiuiahnieiiia tor - oaun. Win. li. lixoaa Co., Uayua r Mott, Ncrt Dakota, or Ui UtSallo 6t., i Chlvago, iiL stapa fro. Mention tins T pr. O writ our liaudau. North Da. kuia. offioo. . . U) Miw JEAHTEiRN NORTH DAKOTA, 10,0(10 acrra general farming Itn.fe retailing from 814 to 8-U per acre. Lnd Ire iiem luiun brajire and tills guaranteed. No equal . u this) proposition In the northwest. I Owner going to Kurooe and KX.Cfc.PT ION. AlXr low figure will be quoted to re liable partloa- I close out entire tract. : For particular address box 34, Ht. PauL ' Urntt. ai-Mll 27x seath Dakota. cholco farm In eastern "South Da kota (or sals or exchange. Easy terms, h. J, lUtVa, Jb.g oloue City, 8. D. C UiU Mix 0-ACIl3 ltr.provsd farm, bioarn cauaty. asm a peawia, J6 I'd per Sere. Two a mailer farms at bargain rica. fcv. . oral quarieia uuimprovcd Zand. All fine v invest uienta auu V-1 1 1 idnU vIo:Jt in 7 epeci.ton. Cash or terma. liyx xJS, Aber ' Stan, 8. P. t0i Mtlle Ai M laoUasiowa. trrBTCTN lNI, largo and small tracts; els ' and exchtti ga, JaUwnai lnvt. Co Ui Braodela bid.. iXiM DOUBLE YOUR MONEY IN i)0 DAYS v Bectlon good raw land I miles from counly sent R. R. town; land around it aellmir at ' an acre; country aettiin uu er ft. r-eluig to cnreatdenl and must he s-14 ft en.-e. Part sat m tli handle this and Only an acre. NATIONAL INVESTMENT . COMPANY, , 683 Frandoia tUdg., Omaha. NeK i Jl - M1H7 REAL ESTATE LOANS IT TJ .H9 mads prmnnJy. jj. Wead, W'ead ii.aa.. ia ac4 k aiuaot. uV IRiVATB MONKY-NO DKUAT. UAiiV.; 6-Oi iM fARNAM. li.J Qui ilONtlT lO LOAN On improved city prop. 'tj bglulmg lunne a illly; i,u dMi. V. Ii, ltiuu.se. eve lat Viat t a. blug (2i-M;u All j Ftl CE T mcney to lusin oa atera I-BLie.ke lrms mui (uo4 bueiuees piuo stl tu O" Al c i i .. C. KTt'NNTTT. U s"lf4-. j.,.i.'..-a i-aL 1 . .g, TaJe ( 4--. .. A ... V, Cil REAL ESTATE LOANS t,itit.rtati.) l0: n rr.provd Omaha property H. K. hM U. T.'Llfe HI,,.! . (M-M LxjVMCaT nATJ8-Kemla. Pajtton liloch. lJ2;-; a-niVATB MCNET-CASH ON II AND NO LiKLAV. 11. WITHKN, Mt-I lfir NAT. BANbl liUJli. ItU LUU ir. (Z2)-7i WANTFD-City loana a1 warranta. W rarnaai Smith ft Co., U: Farram Bt. a)- MONKV to loan on improved cltr property. HanUnea at ileyOen. 1704 Karnan. (t. (22 r XVANTEU City kiana. rtra Trtiat Co. a-7. etONBy TO LOAN Tayne Ioveet nt Co. WANTED TO BORROW WANT to borrow M.ffsl at a per rent on Onialia reul i'. i'c worth .Aririrots W care Pie. t.'4-M17l 2 V ANTKD ttan t7" for nirntv days from private party. Will pay roo.1 diii tniaalon anil fiirniBli firat-ciais security and refenncca. Aililrrss S"-4:', rue Hoe. ; ; (241-M177 27x J WANTED TO BUY WANTED To buy secondhand furniture, cook and beat inn etoves, rarpetat lino leums. oirice tumiture, oin cmihef. quint and all kinds of tools, or will buy tli furniture o your house complete. The HuheM prlre paid, (.'all tha right man. Tela. Douglas 3371. Independent A-SS71. C) M1S BEST "price paid for 2dhand furniture, csr pets, atoves, clotl:ln4 shoes. Tel. Red Mill. . " 2M-M)i7s WANTED TO RENT WA NTED Throe ur.f urnished looms b yoiina; -man and mother. AJilrefK P-4(i, care Boe; (2i) 15i 27x GOVERNMENT NOTICES CONSTRrCTINU QCARTERM ASTERS Office, Fort Mrade, S. i., April 20, Urns. Scaled propale. In triplicate, will be re ceived at this office until in a. m., moun tain time. May Si, .l!w8. and then opened, for constructing 1 aet of commanding of ficers' quarters, V double act of lieutenants' quarters, 1 aet of bachelor officers' quar ters. 1 band barrack and 1 adminietratlon building, and for inetalllng plumbing. Mourn heating, electric wlrlnn ami vlectrtt HkIiI Ing fixturea in bulldlnga spucifid. Pluna and specif icstions may be seen by Intend ing bidders at the otflcrs of thu cbief ituar termaster, Department of the Miasoiirl. nmh, Neb.; Department of tns Colorado, Denver, Colo.; Department of the Lakes. Chicago. III.; Department of Dakota, Si. ThuI, Minn.; Depot Quartermaster. 8t. Louia, Mo., and thia office, at which latter place a'l information may be obtained upon application. Tho I'nited States reserves the right to reject any or all bid. or to ac cept any part of a bid that bihv be ad vantageous to the government. Envelopes containing propnstils should be endorsed "Proposal for Public pulldinga, etc.. Fort Mrade. P. D.," and addressed to D. C. SCUERKR, Captain and (Juarlermaater, Fourth Cavalry, Constructing tjunrtermas ter. Ap4--?7-;8-Mav3ft-21 WANTED SITUATIONS EXPERIENCED, competent young adver- tising man socks connection with leading manufacturing, mail order or wholesale house. Can plan and execute all details Of advertising cairipaigna; thorough and practical experience in preparing adver tising copy, booklets,- follow-up matter, e-u. Well posted tm to rstes and circula tions of all clasaes of publications.- Ad dress M 437, Omaha Bee. 27 M3t6 27x L'iAMCKS SHlitT STUD LOST sBtwisg rrsron statioit ai pooXorriCB i1S0.U0 fiEWASO ' Tot rotara to CaeUsy Brag 16th aad Capitol ATsan. . MO UUKdTtOJtg A1IZD, -eastgtfiw ,'efl RAILWAY TIME CARD LMO. BTAtlOAlorU AND MARCY IsiloJi PoelAo ' Leave. Arrive. Tha Overland Limited.. k:6o ant a i;4'J pm Th Colorado Kxprvas.. :oU pm a ;o pm Atlantic k.xnieas , ilu:la urn '1 lie oreaun L.Kpres.,..a 4 : lit pm a 5:v0 pm. i ns l.os AUifeiue iiui...ii.jo piu a :ia pm Tha Fast Mall a am a 6:a put The cmna at Japan Mail 4:00 pm 6:50 pm Norm Platte local a 1.U aiav a 4:4 pm Colo. -Chicago bpecla)...aU.w aui a 7:oo aai burg Local llllaoia Ceatral Chicago Expreas .... L'liicago Limited ..... Minn. -Kit. Paul Exp. blL':30 pm b 1:40 pm .a 7:15 am .a :ut ptu . t J :i am a J 43 pm 8;J am Mmn. -St. Paul Lim. a :U0 Lin a kij am tklcaio Urcat Weslera SI. Paul-Minneapolis 8:30 pm 7:30 am lit. Paul-Minneapolt.... T.9u am ' ll:id pin Chicago i-imiteu ti.u pm S.i am Clucaku k.xpreea ):im 11 pm Chica Express pm i.Jn) pta lkies ksrtkwestera - Chicago Daylight 7:25 am ail:JS pm Su Paul-Minn. Kip a J;iwm lv:2u pm Chicago Local ail;su am a t.ni pia loua City l'augtir..a 7:u am :) iia Chicago Passenger...... 4.3d pm a . am 7nicago epeciai a :u pm v.iH am Bt. Paul-Minn. Lim. ....a :a pm a :W) xin 1 .os Angaies Limited., .a ptn aUi:3A pm Overlanu Limited alb:iAI pm a i:i4 am fcaat Mall i.'ii pm t:iO am t am a 8:'i p.u lvM win : pm a k:to pm b :H Din bioux City Local . ..a l:n pin ..a 8:M pm ..a 7:4j tin ..a 'i :8 am ,.lw put , .a :uu pm . .b (:U0 pm Twin L'itv LJmuad Noriolk-Buneatevl . i.incoin-Long Pine Dcadttood-Llr.com Caaper-Lander .... llastlngs-tsupiiiior k renftOUL.Ailjion .b 8:m pm b 1:3j pm tairago. Hock lalajstt I'aclfi EAST. Chicago Limited a 3 00 am all:0 pra a 4 WI pm aU ao pm b .m pm a 1:18 put :a am Dea Mutnr i'aaovnger. .a 4:vs put lowa uki till. sin Ciucnao ( Eaatern Es l . e Chicago, i Iyer a .W im WEST. Rocky Mountain L i d.. all 15 pm 2.i0 am Colo. A C'al. Expra...'.a 1:10 pm" a 4.4o pm tiki. A Texas 4.) pm a l.u plu (.btcaao. MUwaokoo (. Past . Chic. Colo. Bperisl... 7:8 am all 50 pm ..a . pm a 8:iA pm ..a im pm a :ju am ..a 8.18 pm all.oo am Dverland-Linilled .. Perry Local W a bask. St. Louis Express Bt. louia l.iM-al I from .a 8 J0 pm J5 :m Council Diuits a 1.00 am all.lj pm Btandberry Local (from t'ouncll Kluffai bi.Otpra bl0:18 am Mlssvarl 1'srllio K. C. & St. U Kxp..'.,.. :0 am a 8:48 am K. C A tit- Le Lxp......all.l4 pm a i.t'4 put PLRLIGTUJ("TAe-10TH MAS0.. Barliagtoa Leave. Denver A California. ...a 4 I'J pm Northwrat bpoctai a 410 pm lilaek J t :11a a 4.10 pin Nortliweat Express ....ull.fca pm Nebiaaka poiuls a 8 44 am Nebraska Express i 8:18 am Ijneoln Faal Mail b l.ki pm Lincoln lK-al , , Lliicolu Ixk1 ,, M ,,, Lincoln Lo al bchuyler - Piattsraouth.b 8:10 pin lii lie v us PlaltauuoulU.a 8.W0 piu liattsniouth - Iowa b 8.18 am )ellrvuo - Piatismoutk. ......... litnvar Limited ..u,. .a 4:19 pm Chicago iSswtel I 41 tin Cnicaito I mpress a 4 20 pm Chicago Flyer ....a 8.30 pur looa 1hu1 a 8.15 am 8t. Ix.ul Express a 4 46 pin Kinaitj I "try ft ft. Jt..kl0.4u pm Kansas City at St. Jos., la am Kansas City A bt. Joe. .a 4.4 pal Arrive, a 3:45 pm 3.4j pm a 3 46 pm aioas pra a 6:10 pin (10 pm al2:ll pm b 8 118 am alO la pm 7 fco pm blO 3D am a 8.o0 am b 1 SO pm lie am aJl :4o pin a J .;o pm 8:1 ant all.i am atl:iK am 6 30 am 8.10 pm WE88TC8I fTA. ll'IH WE85TEK, Ckleago, tt. Fasl, Miaaeapolls Y Leave. ' Arrfva. Tala Cl'y Pseer.rr...b 8 t am b 8 10 pro a.oux City 1 et.iatir. .a 8 "f pu aio 6- am l.am.u Lci.ai 8.4S ji -e t. tm GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Actirity Waj Noticeable at the Open ins of the Market. MARKET RALLIED FROM CLOSE Liverpool t'ahlea Caaaea: at Fair Ad. vanre, fk (he ' Crowd llav las Decidedly Rollish ' Teadroclea. OMAHA, April 3. 1W. rtm Bt'miiT (IT lite fibrillin, nn-i nn- . market rallied front yrhterrisy's H.ik clo. . u aas a eciping market, However, whii tli bulls in com rot. and tlioy realized a fair advance on etrorx Liverpool rabies and a verv nutlcenule Increase In demand for all eraina. Interest died out Inter after offerings lm,i been absorbed and the cash dema i.l. , atln.fierl. Wheel" np'ntd very a'cgreoalve. with crowd f.tvorii.g the buil sine and bids were sti'inR and Inniiet. baikrd by higher table and bcHer deinHiid ltolh here and abroad Offerings were readily ebartird and tile early advance was lost by lack of support. May wheat opened tit HSc and closed al 9Sc. Corn op.r.ed steady, but run nervous on general eelliiig. and no one waa willing to take tfie looae offerinca. It was a dull and llfel-ss market I hrmigltnut I lie slow enlon. May com opened al tile and closed Ble. Oata were steadv and unchanged, with no feature ami very llltln doing. May opened at 4rw4c and closed at !c. Clearances were 5r.nro bushels of corn; 4.0tK) bushels of oats, and wheat and flour equal to 2K8.00O bushels. Liverpool closed Md to lUtd higher on wheat and unchanged on corn. Twnl ranee ft f iinllntli: " Artlclcs.l Open. illgli.t Low. Close.1 Yes y. Wheat I II I May... I UrS ,!V 9- rSi July,..! 83 s:i 3 k3 H Eept...J 7 78 TS 78 7 Corn , May... . 61 i 61 ftl k A1 July... Rsi, ftsi4 v Mi fA'-sj hi Sept... 57 67 ( 57 ' Osts ii I x May... 43 19 ' 4SSi 49- Omaha Caakt Prices. WHEAT No. 2 hard. W(!i7c; No. S hard. 82V&r-; No. 4 hard, 8Sft'J2c ; No. 3 spring, 94e7c. CORN No. 8. fn4c; No. 4. 6OVS0Ho; No. 3 yellow, lfe61c; No. 8 white. oV(ii'e. OAT8 No. 3 mixed. 47ifts7V,p-No. 3 white, 47KH7e; No. 4 white. 47Vi47'-c. KYK No. 2. 73(ct7c: No. 3, Tl73o. Carlet Receipts. Wheat. Corn. Oats. Chicago ,. 9 . . m 2oS Minneapolis l"n (imaha 38 20 15 Duluto , 7 . ... , ... SEW YORK GE.tEE.tI. MARKET notations of the Day on Varloas Comnaodit Ics. NEW YORK. April 23.-FLOCR Receipts. 7.7W hbla.; exports, ll.oiiO bids. Mraket was firm, but quiet. Minnesota patents, 85.4y. 8.4S; winter straights. 34.1MI4.;ili; Minnesota bksra, J4.(t4.W; winter extras, $3.fiOi'4.U; winter patents, 84.50OT4.W; wiater low grades, 8:i.40!i4.ixi. Rye flour, firm; fair to good, 4 4(Wr!-l. P0; chcice to fancy, 8a.omri.o.lD. t'ORN'MKAly Firm; fine white and yel low. 31.4ixtjl.ev; coarse., 81.4oftl.4i; kiln dried. 83.K5. HYE Strong; No. 2 wesiern. 4W. f. o.b. WHEAT Receipts. 3,0iX bu. Spot market firm; No. 2 red. ti.08Vk. elevator, and 81.0st, f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Duluth, 31.14, A. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard wintor, 31.12W f. o. b. afloat Opliona opened4c higher, nad further advanced c on cabfe and strong Stat ml lea, but reacted under fine crop prospects, and closed Sti'StC higher. May, ll.C6S1Tl.07Mi. closed 31.liS; July. G7t7Tfcc, cloacd STTsc; September, I'lMl'iC, closed 3Vc. ( CORN Receipts, 875 bu.; exports. 2.500 bu. Spot market firm; No. 2, 7c, elevator, and 75e.- f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 white. 76c, and No. 2 yellow, nominal, f. o. b. afloat. The option market opened quiet and aold off under realizing and bad weather. Closed ea.yi-Viif(-,e dee litre. -May, 75&7oic, cloned 75c; July. 71Vit72'4c, closed 71V- OAT8 Receipts, 51 ,mm bu. ; exports, 3,300 bu. Spot market steady; mixed oats. 26 to 82 lbs., MV: natural white. 26 to 32 lbs., 55 &S7'v; clipped white. 82 to 40 lbs.. 86$ 62c. HAY Firm; good to choice. 85ff97!c. HIDHS-Dtill; Bogota, 17c; Central Amer ican, 17c. LE ATWEU- Easy ; acid. Iftff27c.' PROVISIONS Reef, steady; family, 31850 17.00; mess, iU.blXu 14. P0; U'ef ham a. fci.0mtf 28.00; packet. 31 4.5tu 15.00; city extra India mess, 3-4.Ouifr25.fiO. Cut meats, steady; pick led bellies. S9.uOtQ10.00; pickled hama, 810.00. Lard, barely steadv; western. 3a-!rVii8.2.'; re fined, dull; compound, 37.75iSJ.00. Pork, firm: family, t17.fciWr18.fi0; abort clears, 816.00 U 17.110: mesa. IM.dtwilo.2i. TALLOW Steady; city (82 per pkg ), BHc; country (pack, free, 64idc. RICE Quiet; domestic, fair to extra, 3tJ 6V(m-: Japanese, nominal. Bt'TTKK Weak; creamery specials. 27r; extrss, 20'c; third to first, llVcradc; held, common to specials. IStj.'Sc: state dairy, eommon to choice) lSfl-25c; process, common to p.-clala. 18&'J4c; western factory f.rsts, 2Uc; Imitation creamery, flrats. 31JIii!2c. CHEESE Easy; full cream specials. 15'tc; state full cream, small, white, fancy, 15c; ate full cream, large and small, col ored fancy, 14'c; state, fair to prime, lie; atate common, 8g9c; state, winter made Hfliic ECKJS Steady: state, Pennsylvania and nearby fancy selected -white fancy, 18Higl9c; good to choice, 17tc; fancy brown and mixed extras. 17V4c: flrats to extra firsts, MVttc; western firsts, fresh gathered, ltioii,u,e: seconds. ltal5'7TC. POULTRY-Allve, dull; fowls. 14c; tur keys. 13c. Dressed, weak; turkeys, 12jfl7c; (owla, lafJ-H'-fcc. Mlaacapoll Uraia Market. MINNEAPOLIS. April 38 WHEAT No. J hard. 81.084 ; No. 1 north, em. tl 07 S1 1.07 8k ; No. 3 northern, tl.0Stl 0oS; No. 8 northern, AttcQ 81.03; May. 310IS: July, tL04V; Sep tember. 80 904C. HRAN In bulk. 321.00 4T 21.25. CLOI'R Cnchanged; first patent, I5.uU(h6.0. second patents. $5. Ji 45 10, first clears, 3 1.20 4 85; second clear. 33.403.80. . . Llverol CSrola Market.' LIVERPOOL. Aorll 36. - WHEAT Snot. !"., No. t red western winter, 7s 2d. Fu- RAILWAY TIME CARDCc" Missouri Pacific Auburn Local b 3 50 pm bll:26 am a Daily, b Dally except Sunday, c Sun day only, d Daily except Saturday, e Dally except Monday. . ". OCEAN STEAMERS Foe real, oleaauro ar walaoa H aaya to trawol a Ik M. F R E T J C H -LINE j ToFARiS, tho City atoatrtlful. Tonc to all point a tna Caarjaeat Zt?Jr Ctmpg itl) Qirivral Trnt!rtiau r Put Limit Mail fcenrier ' NCW T9MK TO FAI IN DAT v HaT ca gigantic twin-screw express s'rsmcr, niliu every ThurUy to a. nx. Trlce woode. of niooera inveutiont liave ail Ike cooveMteace and luxury of most fatalist awlela oa more imaieaaa scale, aseecger elevator, roof cafe, gymnasium, eiresat auitea atd single apart nicnta; dally aewvpaper, oFrncairr, wireless leiea-rapitr, famous cuiaise stul vxy psona4wa toe aaicty auu etmiior La Preera4) May II 1 Saroie May 81 La Lemma.... Mar 14 1 La Provencal Jus 4 La Vouralli Ma; U ' lui Lorrama Jaaa 11 Karly raaarvatloaa rewina4. or eorr st liitMix-aiM koek et ta-4 a4 rata aeatr is BAHkt . McoHka. .... Ivl r-areaw It. I B niVNoLJJa, 1; Faraaax St. W. B. B'lt'K. ike parse lit. W U. liUVIMDN, ..... li.t Karnam . IDl'ii X.a.g. - - - aats rUwl MaUaasI ataaa. CAIIADlAfi PACIFIC v Tmpraea J-lne of tk Atlsiitle X.Xba XaLAw fOOkV XiAYa AX MA Th Empresses sail from Quebec t Liverpool In aix day; two day on th majreilo tit. Lawrsnca, hptad, comfort. aieKnoe and aafety at combinad la the piindia expras teamr. At any u- set asent for partlrulara. tall or Writ for lllual rated booklet dea-rihlng paisoually Coiidaeled Euio ptan toura. a. n. gMjiwnr, ea art Ti.-'E..ct k.errtsna 114. 833 eoolU -irkik t.ia.V, Ct..c-.10, XU. luren. firm: May, 78d; July, 7sNd: Bp temhrr. 7 ld. ri;iN-Ppct. firm; new Amerleae ki n-rl-led. 6s-l; old Ainericea mixed, 8a lf1. Pii r.it, quiet; May, Re fld. PEAfr-Canndlaii, steady, 7s V.A. CHICAGO GrtAIt AD PRVIIOM Feat ares of Oh Tradlaa- aadl Closing Prlre aa Boarsl at Trade. CHICAOO. April 35. A sharp advance In tlin price of- wheat at Liverpool had a strengthening effect today on the local market, the July delivery closing at a gain of c. Corn was off S4i r. Oats down '., and provisions iftiloe hlglii-r. The wheat market waa extremely nervotie all day. but a firm lone prevailed. Trading nt times was uniieunly active. Tha market opened strong, on brlKk demand by shorts ami commission houses, which was based on an unexpected advance at Liverpool, where prices were tip ttrV In the noith, notwithstanding the dpcllne of more than 1c here "yesterday. . The principal demand at the start was for May delivery and that option advanced nVsrly 2 cents within the first few minutes. The upturn brought out liheral offerings from longs, which caused un equally quick decline- and a las of nearly all the earlier gain. A feature of the trading In the last l.atf of the day was the changing from May to July and September deliveries. This lisd a tendency to .itrengthen the new crop months and to weaken the nearby option. The market closed Irregular, July and September being flint, and May rather weak. May opened at higher at 97-'4,70So. advanced to ff'ic and then declined to 87V-. where It closed. July opened S'"So higher at Rwrr 8'c, soM between SS-VftSiMc and closed fWc. Clearance of Wheat and flour were equal to ys.OfO bushels. Frimary rc-lpts. ITs.ftln bushels, compared with 7S5.0WJ bi:shel the corresnondinar rtav a vear iko: Minne apolis, Duluth and Chicago reported re-J ceipts of 121 care againat 3M cars last week and C9 car a year ago. Th Corn market was weak nearly all day. becauee of free selling by commission houses and bull trailers. The close waa easy. May opened c higher at 67c. sold off to 66c, and closed at 6Sc July opened a shade to 'o higher at ;2xf2c sold off to 614C and closed at ;Sf'2MrC- Irfical re ceipts. 326 car a. with SI rata oonlracl. Trade In oata was moderately active, but the range of prices was not so wide as In wheat or corn. The close was easy. May opened tc higher, at 63SC, sold off to and closed off at th bottom. Julv opened unchanged at 46V. ld off to ioc, where It closed. Receipts, 2i8 cars. Provisions were easy nearly all day, because of liquidation of May holdings. At Ihs close July Pork waa up 10c, at 813.324. Lard waa 5c higher, at 382714; ribs also uc higher, at 87.15 Estimated receipt for Monday: Wheat. 10 cars; corn, 350 cars; oata, 185 cars; hogs, 33,000 head. Th leading futures ranged as follows: Articles. I Open.l Hlgh. Low. Clos. Te y. 'V. " Wheat May Julv Sept. Corn May July Sept. Oats a May bMay ajulv bJuly Sept. Pork May Julv Sept. Tard May July Sept. Ribs May Julv Sept. 974 S 97H1 97 97 l 8S SoSISIfea Wish1 4 85Vi?SC 84-; 6i so 67' ti-'S ' 67 61S iv7 62Vui as i 62 61ti4il 63U . 4f.H HllV bivh 64 91 53 I MS 82SI 45S 631, 52. 53 52V . 4-.Va 6114 '"S 45S 4.1'a 4ft'4 4SV4 36S 4itVc 'a 3tiS 12 t.J 3'.36'' 3 1 12 85 13 00 18 82' 13 62,4 13 on 12 90 13 22 13 bo 8 02 8 SO 8 35 13 17 13 15 13 55 8 00 13 32 I J bo 8 00 8 0 U 62! 8 07i 8 27 tOTHl 8 27Vi 8 47j 8 17 8 40 8 40 8 47 I I 8 80 8 87; T7 i 86 7 15 7 48 6 80 7 10 -7 38 7 07 7 35 I 7 10 7 40 1 on 7 36 No. t 01d. bNew. . Cash quotation were as follows: FLOCR Firm; winter patents, 14.20: 4.i; atraights, t3.90W4.40: spring patents, 85.ou4ju.2ii; straights, S4.oor4.60; bakers, t3.10 J-4.40. -i.' WHEAT No. 1 prlng, 96c1.07; No. 8 red. 97&)c. . '- CORN No. t, OHScr-No. S yellow, 6rt,c. OATS No. 2. B2c;,No, t white, SiHy'iAlc R A RLE Y Fair IditrKilct malting. 74(iMc. SEEDJJ-Flax. Kol jtorthwestern, $1 1. Prime timothy, 84.5, .0 1' PROVISIONS Short ribs tride (moe, tti.aMjii.87. Msa jrk, per bbl.,' . 313.00 13.12. jird.per 3i lbs., 88.06. Short clear sides (boxed)', 87 2617.. ' . Following were the receipt and ship ents p( Hour and grain: . ' Recelnts. Shlnmasnts Flour, bbls '. 24.200 19 7wl Wheat, bu IS.onn 44.O11O Corn, bu .....JUi, 141.0110 Oats, bu ,.,1.227.800 204.300 Kye, "bu .-...r. . l.OoO , Barley, bu .7S.. 73.700 15,300 On the Produce exchange today th but ter market was weak: creameries. 30(2fir: dairies, 20?i24c. Eggs, easy; at mark, cases mciuoeo. J4'ac: msis. 14-nc; prim xlrsts, 15. Cheese, easy, H4(12c. ' 1 St. Loals General Market. ST. I3VIS, April vJ5. WHEAT Firm; track. No. 2 red caah. 81.01: No. 2 hard. 7c(iiil.3; May. 97c; July, Sitf&,c. LVMM-ixiwrr; track, mo. z caali, atie; No. I white, rjlc; May, 64c; July. l(&lc. UA1D-liwer; track. No. z caali, tSfiiooc; No. 3 while, 63c: May, 47c; July, 4oc. FLOCR Firm; red winter ratenta. 34.851 4.80; extra fancy and straight, 84 ltH.45: clears, 83.5fKfi3.70. SEED Timothy, dull, t? 90183.50. ORNMEAU-8teady at ti BRAN Strong; sacked, east track. SI.20M1 t.!2. HAY Steady; timothy, , t9.50flU.rO: prai rie, I9.50fa12.00. IRON niTTON TIE 81. HAOOINO 7c. HEMP TWINE Sc. BUTTER Weak ; creamery, 2428e. EOC.8 Unchanged at 13C, case count. PROVISIONS Purk. ateady: lobbing. tl3.25. Lard hlghopj prime steam, 87.7544 7.85. . Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra shorts, 17.50; clear rib. 87.37; short clears, 17 75. Paron, steadv; boxed extra shorts. 88 25; clear ribs. 88-12: short clear. 38 .87. POULTRY rtrwi; chicken, 11c; springs. Sfxyaic.; turkeys, 11'gUc; ducks, 8c; geaae, 6c. -; Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbl. 7,1100 .(l Wheat, bu .2ii,0u 20.000 Corn, bu S2.000 13,000 Oats, bu. 9k.0u0 39,000 Kaaaaa City Oral a a at Pirovlsloa. KANSAS CITY. April . WHEAT-fn. changed to c higher; May, 9c: July, 82Sc: Seplember, 7S7a-. Cash: Nu. 3 hard, V;$ 3100: No. t. S33i89c: No. 2 red. kScfltl.Oo: JSo. J, 9fiijf99c. corn unchanged to lc lower; May, 8oc; July, 67c; September, 86c. Cash: No. 3 mixed, 62"83c; No. 8 mixed. 8"Ww!c; No. 3 white, 2c; No. 8 white, e2(fCc. OATH Unchanged to o lower; No. I white, 48'v?i9c; No. 3 mixed, 447c. RYK-7S-. V HAY Eaay; eholc timothy. tll.50tg12.00; choice prairie, 39j00ift;9.50. BUTTER W2c lower; creamery, extra, 85c; pecking stocks, 14c nUri Sieady; frU extra, 15 c; current receipts. 13& Receipts. Shipments. Wheat, bu. 4.uo 62.0O Corn, bu. 81.H1 16. OO Oat, bu. 84,000 ,0j9 Quotation at Kansas City a reported by Logan 4 Bryan, No, I Board of Trad: Article. Open. liigh.l Low. Close, Wheat I j T " May 9? I 9I,I 91S 92 July 82 8 1S0X 83A September ... 78 77!6S'eS-A Corn- I . May 8ns n4 ai! 0iA July 6S 8"S 87-6T'ti-8A Septsmber ...56a.-i 6!:5oS-.l 8B A asked. B bid. Prla Market. PEORIA. April 28. CORN No. 1 yellow, t6(ji7o; No. 3 yellow. 4nc; No. t, 84c; No. 4. tUo; no grade, 844ve. OATS Lowr; No. 8 whit. S0tJ61c. WHISKY 8L8& . Philadelphia Pratt ae Market. PHILADELPHIA, April tS. BUTTER Weak, 2c lower; extra western creamery, 3bc: exria nearby prima, Sue. BGGti Steady ; Wnnsylvanla and other nearby flrata, fre cases, !-. at marier current receipta In returnable cases, lie, at mark; wealern flrats, free canes, Ibc, at mark; weal era current receipt, fre case. Inc. at mark. Mllwraakoe Orala Market. MILWAUKEE. April 26 WHEAT Xa. 1 northern. tl l0?111; No. I north rn, ll bltilOa; July, ke bid. BARLEY Dull; No. 2, 87c; sample, 1 fl c. t Dalatk Grata. Market. DULUTH. April 15 WHEAT No 1 portl.ein, ttOiS: No. t nonuern. 6101; ay.. tl 04; July. 10t-, sclsbar, 81 c OAT2 Ito. 0IflA LIVE STOCK MARKET All Kindt of Killing Cattle Higher for the Week. IIOGS SHOW DECLINE FOR WEEK ;ood Fat Lam ha Steady, wlrh Com mon tirade Tea to Fifteen Lower and r-aor Staff Flfteea t , Qnarler Lower. SOUTH OMAHA. April 25, 1W. Receipts were; Cattle. Hoks. fjhrep. Official Monday 1.87ft 1.82. 1.te Official Tuesday 3.6:1 .S90 8,914 Offical Wednesday 2.5!l T.53I .8M Official Thursday 2.5l .0-.'4 4.4ni Official Friday l.OnO 8.111 27 Estimate Saturday 215 6. 4:1 Six days this werk....10.sr3 S'l.tW 27.WW Same days last week. ...12. 7W 42.HT.2 Same days 3 weeks go..l4.2C5 37,445 2&.S Same days weeks Fgo..lS.410 3TI.273 ;.M8 Same davs 4 weeks ago..17.'.m 33.011 44.'2 Same days last yenr....25,0; 40.780 .'12,478 The following table howa""the receipt of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Otnaha for tho year to date, compared with last year: 190R. 1907. Inc.- Dee. Cattl 291,743 871.013 79,270 Hogs 944.4H7 7 7X.672 165. 925 Sheep 40T.,Vi 657.7SS ........ WW Tho following table ahowa tha average price of hoga at South Omaha for the last several days, with comparisons: Date. I 1908. 1907. 190. 19Q5. 104. IJHI. 11901. April 18., April 18.. April 17.. April IS. , April 19., April 20.. April 21.. April ??... April 23.. April 24.. April 26. 6 42fc 6 87 89 I 8 31 43 49 8 39 6 511 5 23 4 89! 7 161 8 95 8 91 6 95 6 90 6 97 a 6 86 6 86 t 6 93 4 7 07 6 42a 7 13 6 51 il AMIS 2 6 301 6 441 6 21 4 80I 7 14 4 75 S 5S 6 84 S 42 5 231 4 28! 7 10 7 11 7 07 6 42S 6 43 6 301 4 6 3.- 5 33 4 SI 5 31 8 38 8 34 6 341 I 4 82 7 fC 7 061 7 05 8 fl 6 291 6 SAI 8 3KI .11 I H M b 2i 4 751 Sunday. The official mimber of car of stock brought in today by each road waa: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Mo. Pacific Rv.... S 8 Union Pacific R. R 23 1 C A N. W., Ry,, (east) .. 1 C. A N. W. Ry., (west) .11 C. St. P. M. . O. Ry 3 . R. H. Ry., least) 3 C. B. & Q. Ry.. feat) t 10 1 C. R. I. A P. Rv.. (eaat) 1 C. R. 1. ft P. Ry., (west).. 1 .. Jl Total 6 77 1 8 The disposition of the nay's recrlpt wa aa follows, each buyer purchasing the num ber of head indicated: Cattle... Ilogs. Sheep. Omaha Packing Co . 940 Swift and Company 1,106 Cudahy Packing Co 1.236 416 Armour ft Co 1,226 Hill 4c Son. 6 J. H. Bulla 1 Other buyer 3 COO St. Louia Packing Co.. 352 Huss 378 A. O. Buchanan 82 Klngan Packing Co 5'0 lngrham 1 Total io S.Slt 916 CATTLE There was the usual Satur day's holiday In the yards this morning, there being no cattle of any oonsaoueno to make a market. The receipts, forthe week have been very licht, showing some de crease aa compared with the Jprevlou week nd a falling off of over onei-half a com pared with a year go. MosC of the eattl received during the week havwi been killers, cornfed ateere predominating, with quite a sprinkling of western hayfeds and cow tuff. The market on beef steera. ha been Just the reverse of what it was last week. It will be remembered that ewn In the fc of moderate receipt the market last week steadily declined, reaching the low point on Wednesday. During th last two day of the week, with almost no cattle on sale, prices reacted somewhat. Tha Improve ment continued all this week, and at the close prices are 2fttfi35c higher on the gen eral run pf, lieef steer than they were on the low day last week. Handy light cattla of ,good quality In many cases .are 40o higher. Beside showing a good Improve ment in' prices, the trsdo has been more active, so that on most day tho rattle have been sold by 10 o'clock in th morning at least. ' Good cow and heifer have advanced lOb.'ISc during the week, which Just about sets off th decline last weak. ' While the good grade have been fairly active sellers throughout the week, common and medium kinds have been a little slow to move, and the market on such has not shown very much improvement. The supply of Blockers and feeder on most day waa so light as to attract very little attention to that branch of the trade. Tho demand, however, was fully equal to. the receipt, and the offerings sold lulte readily overy day at good, strong prices. There appears to be a aomewhat betted feeling In the market for stock cattle, due to there having been general rain in sur rounding territory. Quotation on cattle: Good to choice corn fed steers, tn.3Mt6.75; fair to goad corn-fed steers, t6.R6tjtj.i6; common to fair corn-fed VE .1 r i r 89 V" PHAT is vhat the Bee Wont Ad sco tion is called by those vho watch those columns every morning and take advantage of opportunities they find to either make or save a few dollars Why don't you adopt this plan? It pays - Do you want a Home, a Situation, a good Investment a nice Farm, a fine Driving Horse, anything good at a bar gain? Then look NOWTODAYin the Want Columns of the. Bee and chances arc that today ' i a rjust viicn you arc luuiuiig iur -j0" Iff J it. LSs i r v - -i. i T Jw. steer. t( T.?S.s. roM to eNii rows and lift ft is, n.kni.Oii; fair to iiooil - i-nii'i and j heisers. .M so-o 4 K.1 ; common to fair cows and heifer. 82 2Mi3.88; good ,to chok e stockcr and fei;ters. t4.7ni.30: fair to gootl stockeis snd feeders, tl.titl T.. com mon to fair stockeis and feeders, 8.kf4 . HOGS Hogs o)a-ned with a good shipping demand, and with deslrnhlo kinds, such as shlpiers could use, polling st pieces that were strong to 6c hluher than ytesierijay. In other words, the earlv hoss sold largely st 8o.4r'h6.46. Willi a top at 8S..W With art vlcea from other points favorable packers were not In the least Inclined to tollow shippers' lead, and, accordingly, aa ship filled their orde'rs srd dropped out, the market weakened, closing 6'olOc lower, that is. 7c lower than yesterday's g-onorat mar ket. The Iste hogs sold largely at to 36t 8.40. Everything In sight wa cleaned tip In good season. For the week the receipts ha-ve ha-en very light, showing a large falling off aa com pared with the prevloua week and a suit l eavler decrease as compared with a year ago. , The market has had a lirwv tendency thla Week. It will be remembered that at the aiose of last week there was a little reaction from the low point on Tliur.".day, and that reactli n continued over into the preaent week, hogs selling a little stronger on Monday. Commencing whli liiesday, the market traveled down hill rapid y until Thursday, when the low point was "reached, not only for the week, but for thri month to date. On Friday there waa a eiabstantlnl reaction, which waa fairly well maintained today In spit of th weak close, 'i lia week winds up a good l"c lower than tho cloa of last week. Representative sales: No. A. 8k, Ft. Kb. at. Sh. fr. : ju ) 8 m 7c t.j si ( 3: 4 IMi til 6 30 . t4 to bin 'l SIS (44 Ii SO 244 1211 a 411 tuo 4 8 so st : :40 6.40 lb in 240 I 2.Si ) i 40 $7 ;' 40 I J2'., :7S ... t 40 85 tfJ SO I Xt 19 ?tt mo 6 411 1. ...'....t. Ml t .Ij 77 214 11 I 40 7C 240 SO 5 Si 7.1 :is 40 5 40 74 '.,.K3 Jf f IS 87 S7 240 140 sb m.' K'o ( as 77 us n n 4.-14 til 2v0 40 I 35 7S 21 4 421, 111 241 40 6 J.S 71 1H! 4 i 4:i 71 17 0 8 Sit SIS 120 t 42U H )3l i S5 H..U.-. U3 ... IliU 4 1t SO i 3h c 240 120 4-1, 7 24 I0 i 15 42 321 70 8 4s 4 71 2:t1 40 6 Sr. 5 )7 l t 42U n at ... t ss si . ......no im 6 4214 2 30 INI 8 174 7G j:i& ... t 411 II H 300 !'. d xsh . . 45 hi 2M1 an S S74 HI 2C 44 6 45 66 tit 174 N 242 im 4a 11 8 174 K SJ4 ,)U 1 45 62. ...... .274 40 874 71 lai un 6 4ii 71 W4 1 6 174 tS 274 140 .45 M lfl) h 34 8? 2111 40 ,-,4-, M 7 180 6 S74 7 2M , ... 6 4S 2flt K0 I 874 75 m .. 5 45 64 217 M 6 87 4 67 2411 120 I 45 ii 1W) 120 t SI4 77. ..,.... H 111 71 lt-4 40 6 114 71 ..2tr SO till W Hi ... 8 374 17 la 10 ( 50 il 293 ... 6 174 SHEEP Three car were reported in thia morning, but they wers mostly stuff bought to arrive, wethers belDg wolghed up t 85.75 and ewe at 85.40. whlcn were aiesrtv price. For th week the receipts have been quite liheral, showing a gain over the previous week and a comparatively small decrease as compared with the correspond ing week a year ago. Under the Influence of, a moderate con suming demand for the mutton, the market on sheep and lambs has. been rather quiet throughout the week, hot only her, but at U other points as well. At the same time, prices have shown, a downward tend ency, an to tne lacx or nuying support. Still, strictly good woo'd lambs, owing In. large par to the fact that they have betnn far from plentiful, especially at this pot a, have remained about aleady and the f tyar arriving from day to day have met wsfih quit ready sale. On tfha otiier hand. in ro nton to medium lamb have eased orf, and at the closn of the week are 0Ca15o leaver. Shorn slock of all kind ha shown th most weakness and . la iafely 16$r26o apwer for th week. Sheep men are by m means diseourtaged. Thoy realize that strictly good killers are now bringing good price, and thej- also feel that a the supply I rapidly bain; lessened, there Is a good outlet Dor the future of the market on desirable laX abeep And lamb. . Quotation on lajnh: Good to choice wooled, t7. 25167. 60; fair to good wooled, 86.76tt7.at: good sheatinr lambs oarrviua j flesh, 86.504.78; good shearing lamb, thin, J 86.0iK34i.t0; shorn- lambs. 60c under wooie Quotation on sheep: Good to choice light yearlings, shorn, tCOOfrt-S. 36; fakr to good yearlings, shorn. $.Y75i,-i.oO; gihjrd ta choice wether, shorn, Vi.7.'. iOS.00; fa,.r to good wether, shorn, 85.b04t6.7e; got.d t cholo ewes, sh-rrn. fl !5(S .ftO; fair to good ewe, thorn. 84.76ii6.26: cull and buck, horn, t3.0O4.5O; wooled ehoep, tSgWo above shorn stock." Rapreaentativ !: Not. 1 Jir. Pr. k Colorado ewes,..., no f 10 28 Colorado wetheV and year- - ling, culls -. 88 4 00 223 western wether .108 8 76 6 western wether and ewsa, culls 88 4 no 6 Colorado bucks - 158 ' 4 00 Kanaaa City Lire Stock. larkt. KANSAS CITY, April 25. CATTLJS Re celpta, 1,100 head. Including 100 southerns. Market ateady; choice export and dressed beef steers. .CrfMrf.OO; fair try good, 85.5ttl 6.60; western steers, to.fMKa.80; stockera and feeders, t3.6O4j4.80; southern steera. t4.25iiy 8.50; southern cows. 82.766.00; naxive cows, 83.6vo.65; native heifers. 84.6i(.-0; bulls, t3.66il3e.40; calves, !4.5Oif'6.00. Rucelpt fay tho week, 23.409 head. HOGS Recelpta. 4,000 head. Market We lower; top, 85 67; bulk of sale, 86.356.80; heavy, t5.45(&6.67; packer and butcher. you will find V .V o TABLE , .' ; SajBxaw -a )avaai ajaa ajp tfteS mm ' J 8 Vm iV ii -f Tv ii S.O SV.A-; . I It1 r i i jray I 3 V . I I il I I r t i V " - '-.J- ' : I I ii til l ss :2,ri5: iioi,i. 8.v.7:,; p'. ri. tit... Rroe!is for tho week. 17.' head. . S 1 1 l-;i-. P AND LAMI'3 Receipt. .m head. Market steatlv; Texas muttons, 116"; lamha, t'toott? !; t wos and yearling. t 2 ytl.25: western yeaiilnga, t.i.8'v'j4 75; western sheep, 34 (i4i 25; stis-keia and feeders, ti 0 jo.O. Receipts for the week, 3.8ii bead. (illCIGO 1.1 YE.' STOCK MARKET tattle and .keep teadyHa Weak to Tea t eal Liwsri nlliotort A 1 .( . el4Tt LBM,lnll brad; market steadv: heeve. t4 .nt7 2: i- . , - n . . titXA m. ifitnp, t.,."i.ui", -i oi.. . ".. Blockers snd feeler. t3.4Vffw.r; rew end lienors. -.e'T?s it; cHtves, B4.rsi.n. no. i 1 1. tiu. k. . . . .. I. , r aW I T 'i c ros-,M.v , - - - nr,i, iiibib-v " " " In 1Ao In. .f llvtt XT. 1AT. tA lv.1 V-tfl V, 26 f8 6.7:: heavy, tr lf.7: rough, . 88.18941. 8i pure. 4.in-.4 M- bulk or sales, xa ini. SHEEP AND LA MRS Receipt a. t Sot) I I i .1 . 1 O . 4A. iioi.ii, nmiK.' ei.tu.v, H"".r... ...rv...... , westerns. K.'7t.6i a-eerllnss. . H 8ifl7.10; I I. a,- ft. - . . . . .. nn, . lanu1!, r.i.t i . werici.iis, aTj.vi.w. St. Leal Lira Stoek Market.' r- ... .M , i- . . .11 - OB f ITTI H 19 A. it I , . I .V 'I I I . IIH II . ' A Wl celpts. 300 head. Including 178 Texan; market steadv: nntlve shipping snd - . Art. J .. J W - n pnri ei-iers, aasni t,t", rni.p u butcher steer. t5 804T6 15; steers under 1.TO0 ranunds, t4. 760 6.40; trkr and feeders. 83 0047 8 28; cows end-- hslfet. tS75iff6.00; eanner. 82 003 3.00; bull. 3.25if 8.25; calves, 3. 80(3 7.00; ,TX8 Indian wteers. 82. 504ft. 25: cow and .keif. era. t17.6?4.25. ' ' Hfiaa Rersipt. 1.80 hesd; msrVt steadv; pips snd lights. 83.60 5.79: pack, era. 14 rHT.70; butcher snd best bvy. irt.suxi e.su. No sheop market. v St. Josepk IJvo Stork Market. ST. JtHSKPH. Mo.. April 36CATTLR Receipts, 156 bead; market, nominal; na tive, 86eOr7f: rows nd beifeea, tlftf 8,(i: stoclers and feeders, t3.754t8.26. IIOGS ilocelpta. 4,014 head: market. W loo lower; top, $5.55: bulk, f5 Xfsh 45. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt, nor.: lambe. 86.75;i7JO: yoarlinga and wetljer. 86.7696 75. ' , , , . .. mons CWy l.lTO Stork Market. SIOUX CITY. 7a.. April 25.-l8peclal Tel egram.) CATTLK Recelpta. 100 hetd: market steady; beeves. t5.:5(ij6.So: cows and heifers. t.7Mii .50; Blockers and feeders. 84 .(Wo 4 75; ?alves and yearling. 38 5Vu4.8). HOGS Receipts, 4.000 hesd; msrket lower; range. 35fr5.40; bulk et sales, t 3$ft 36. : Stock la Sight. , Receipt eif live stock at th U prlncl pal westem markets yesterday: Cattl. Ho. .Sheen. South Om-ah. 215 5.900 424 sioux City mo 4.000 . ..... Kansas City 1,100 , 4.000 . 1,$0,1 St.. Louia 800 1.800 St. Josephs, , e.. ; . . 166 4.014 ..... Chlcaro '-.. 200 8,0 . 2.504 Total'. .2.370. I.7U 4,121 OMAHA WHOLES AL til MARKET. Conrdltlaa of Trad aad Qaoratlon oa Staple aad Faaey Prodace. KGGS Fresh elllng eggs, candled, '13c BUTTER Common, 1. ; fncy tub and rolls, lonilitc.; creamen1. 28c. CHEESE New full cream, Wisconsin twins, 17e; new full cream brick. 17e; d' mestlc new Swiss. 18c; new limburger, loTj) 16e: young Americans. 17c, - LIVE POULTRY-Sprlngs. 9c; rooster. 5c; ducks, 11c; ec. 6v; cupon.. 15c broil ers, V. HAY-Chole No. 1 upland, $7 50; nedlum. t.50; No. 1 bottom. 15.00: ott grades, HOOT 5.00. Ry trw. t7.00. No. 1 allaiU, til.bi. MI8CELLAN EOU8, CANNED GOODS Corn, etandard W'Bt ern. 65c. Tomatoes, fancy, t-pound can. 11.46; standard 8-pound cans, 31.10. Pine apples, gated. 2-pound. .Mftt.ao: ,;'' tl.fcio 235. Gsilnn apples. UOA CallfojT apricot. t2 6i.3. Fr. tilOJfj. PawUie. tl.804j41.li. U. C- PwH. 8.16. AlatCfa lmon, red, 8140; ,j,ncy Chinook, flat, tt.lti; Tenoy ocke' f4t tt.16. SapdlnaB. atairter ail. WJaf r. quartnrs mustard, 8346, Swee' potatoes, t! 9WL36. Sauerkraut, 95. Ptalmpklna. Sim tftl 00. Lima boana. -pojr,d. rji-tttl .85. Soaked peas, 2-pourad, Sec.-fancy. H-2&I&J.45. FlriH HeJitout, Joe; ttout. 11c; pickerel, 7c; pike. 9c: white Plati, sas; -buffalo. 8c;' bullhead, skinned rind dree efl. Me: cBtfiNh, dressed, 11c; -MisdliiBn -cropote and yellow aunfiah. 4Va9s large eronrles, 16c: herring, froah frosen. 4c: perc. 8c; wblt bass. 14o; black ha. . 23c. - ' CALIFORNIA - DRrffe) rPTTS-'e'r tines r-omwht unsettled by frer of fertnf a from secwind hands, yho seem desirous of moving aupplle of Ityimedlst grade, quo. tat Ions range from ' do to 9c tor California, fruit and from Fc to So for Oregon. Peaches are very firm, with fancy yellows quoted at 13V4e. . SUGAR GraneMa red. cane, per sack, til 80; bet, W.an; cut--roay. 7cj -eubtjs, 8.We; pow. dened. 6 60c. C50FFEE Wosated. Wo. -SS, Kc; , No. 30. tie; No. 5. IPC; 14c BAJ8TK "BxrotlXTS etTaJMlVx'SSI). Oltlaaaa Bank ft -frost Coaapaajr. tat 3(os9tory, . SartlaaTtU, OUattexna, DepsaHa la this sank OUARaVNTKKD hr th atats af OkUkoma Ouaraaty Kirn. Maw aaat law er. aidaa 4 aOUJl- ArTT to sstr ttepovrtort. Tka iiat fsarasiM the ratura et tbelr mamr as. sian anilartaay tlitmuaaN. 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