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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY. MAY 24, 19(0.
FARM AWDR AVTHlTvJiF FOB !. j FARM A 1 R A C HLA DFOR S41.B
, fContTniiecM I (Continued)
Idaho-Carey-Act-Larids
Snake River ValleyTwin . Falls Country
IDAHO IRRIGATION COMPANY'S PROJECT. '
. Engineering and Construction Work by
- - - J. O. White & Company, Incorporated
50,000 Acres Will Be Opened by Drawing
Under the Supervision of the. Idaho
State Land Board
SHOSHONE, IDAHO,
JUNE 8, 1909
Registration Will Open June 1st,
v Closes June 7, 1909
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME TO SHOSHONE, IDAHO,
AND INVESTIGATE.
...... . . . . : -
.. , v WRITE
V C B. HURTT,
Mgr. Lend Sales Dept.
North Dakota.
rOB RAI.K 50,000 cr'bnt wriest snd
flax land In the north went; for further
Information call or write John J. Doyle,
W I stick, N. D. (30)-M61 JUx
Orta.
FAMOUS CAMAS "pRAIRIE Rich, black
oil, abundant rainfall, mild climate: ig
for map of northwest. Oin. M. Reed.
Uranguvijie, Idaho. uo; Mm J3
OREGON farms, city and suburban homes.
Parties coming to Oregon might get noma
information tnat will be a help to them
Id selecting a home. Thirty years of
continual residence in the Willamette
valley might enable us to give you soma
Information tliat would cava you some
money. Ztrect your letters to Everett 4c
MeCleod, Room M Rothchild Bldg..
Portland. Ore. . . r0)-M4r, jeio
OklaJkosasu
' . "OKLAHOMA
41 820 acres of upland prairie. Mack sandy
oil, near Caney, Kan., price 120 per acre.
487700 acres of agricultural land In one
tody; soma Is leased for oil and gas arul
some la not; located, f miles southwest
of Nowata; price Hi per acre.
478230 acrea of extra goud farm land, lo
cated nnr Wann, okl.; x acrea of this
la as rich as you will find, acres has
some -draws In It; land raised 60 bu. of
corn and oata to the acre; 70 acres is
leased for oil and gas and in paying $1
per acre advanced royalty; big bargain
at $20 per sos,
4MB 1.040 acre of rich -valley land: all
smooth aid part of same i In a high
state of cultivation; tills land is located
within three miles of Wat ova, Okl., and
six miles from Kowala, Okl , 800 acres of
it ia practically, in one -body And 40 acres)
Is located three miles south i lljw land la
well worth $36 oer acre; an exceptionally
good bargain at $20 per acre. ' "
We have land In Nowata Co. In any size
tract you may desire from 6 acres up at
pricea ranging from $10 to $35 per acre.
There are 4,6oO flowing, oil wells in No
wata Co. Natural gas is sold at 2c per
1,000 cuMo feet. You might get ao oil
well with 'your land.
Average rainfall . in Nowata county. 30
Inches per annum; average from March
1 to October 1, 24 inches, and distributed
Just as needed.
Good water is found from 20 to 40 feet.
Find Nowata county on your map.
The Oklahoma & Cherokee Central R. R.
ast and west' through this county Is a
certainty i Land ' will probably double' in
value within two years. You can't afford
to miss this opportunity. Ask Mo. i'au.
"ticket agent about lojw rates to Nowata.
Come In and see us. or write.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite (24 N. T. Life Bldg.
Phone Red 1899. Omaha. Neb.
Open evsplngs. (20) M631 29
OKLAHOMA
ORIGINAL ALLOTMENT MAP
Showing each Indian allotment In Cherokee
strip. It is a. curiosity. Come In and see
It. We will explain why the land Is so
cheap. ... s.
NOWATA IjAND A LOT CO.,
Suit 62i N. Y. Life. 'Phone Red 1999.
- - (20) Mo33 2
4a Oakvla.
'' ' "
FIND farm lands In Hand and adjoining
counties South , Dakota. Hiistllug sgenu
wanted. Jay P. Morrill, 612 Pulace Bldg.,
Mlnnaupolla, Mtnu. 30 M747 J lux.
' Twaaa.
..'
FOft BAtJC 14 , sections land. Gray and
Wheeler counties. In the ralnhelt of the
Pan hand la, will be sold at auction, high
est bidder, court house door, I Fors,
Texaa, Juns 1. 1"(). to satisfy Indebted
ness secured bv deed of trust. If vou sre
looking for bargains, COME. W. K. Pat
terson,. Trustee. McLean, Tex.
(20I-M5PO 27
REAL ESTATE LOANS
" YtVti FHTR CKNT MONET
to loan on
Omaha Business Property.
THOMAS HKENNAN,
Room 1. Mew York Ufa Bldg.
i22-a
MONSX TO LOAJW Payne Invsatment Co.
32-34
1100 TO 110.000 made promptly. F. D. Wead.
Wtad riWg., Jih and- Fax nam. (12) 3J0
' PRIVATE money to loan. J. II. Sherwood!
1( turaadala Hldg. (u AM
FATNE, BOSTWICK A CO.. N. Y. Llfa
Privatg gngney. lauu to 16,000; low rMt,
.. . ' iOt-UI
REAL atat purchase jioney
inortgajiM
and contracts bought. . Anttlope Inv
Co..
Old Boston btore Bldg. CL) il
S00 TO 1200,000 oft Improved property; no
delay. GAKV1N .BROS., loui Farnara Su
1 . (S2)-M3o;
Good 6
Farni Mortgages
Always do hatct and for Rule in
amounts from' $300 to f 3.000.
BENSON & MYERS,
'' ;' (22i M430 24
' . MONEY TO BUILD.
' SM" to-IMi.uOO at eulfent rates.
H, THOMAS. oJ First Nat I Bunk Bl lg.
; -' (ii-32
W. li,
loOO TO 86,008 In home In Omaha. O'Keef
Mtl Kstats ( c, lout N. T. 14e. Doug.
or Af 1M.
(2Zr-M8
$12,000
Private money to loan at f per cent In
terest on first cla mortgage swuniy. In
answerUtsj giv description of the property,
the rants incojit and the amount A loan
ealrtst a aaiua AA4ia U4:l. care Bee.
t2Jj-U7
BOISE, IDAHO
WANTED City loansT Paters Trust Co.
(22) 323
SECOND MORTGAGE loans negotTatodT
Apply Room '.lT-L, First Nafl Bank Bldg.
Bell 'phone Uouglas 2318., (22) 324
WANTED City loans and warrants. W.
Farnam Smith at Co.. 1320 Farnam St
122) 326
LOWEBT RATES-i5ms...BTandels Bldg.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WE HAVE BUYERS for a 6-room house, a
4-room house and a couple of vacant lots,
NOWATA LAND AND LOT COMPANY.
. Suite 624 N. Y. Life Bldg., Omaha.
'Phone Rod vm. Open Evunlnga
t22j $&
WILL PAY PART CASH
for strictly modern 7-room house in west
ern, part of city If jirice la right.
NOWATA LAND AND LOT CO.,
Suite: :4 N. Y.. Life Bidg.
'Phone Red 19W. Omaha. Neh.
' (23 1 Mill 28
. STOVE. REPAIRS
NEW furnaces; hot water and hot alf com
blnation healing, t and 4-hole laundry
hot water heaters, mantle grates, gaa
loves repa'ired, wster fronts and flower
vases. Omaha Stove Repair Works, tl2u
1208 Douglas St. "Phones Ind. A-3621. Rell
Douglas a0. ' ' XM
. .. . ... .... -y--- . . ....
, WANTED TO BUY
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothes' and shoes- Tel. Doug. 347L
'
BEST price paid for 2d-hand furniture,
carpets, siovea. clothing, shoes. Tel. Doug.
6H- . (25)-3M
STANDARD upright pianos. Ph.me Web
ster 8726. (26)-M835
WANTED To buy sma l-slzed refrlgerutor;
must he cheap. Tel. A-3671 or address J
areBee CiS) 291 27 X
WANTED TO RENT
WE are getting Inijuirles for well located
houses. Must have sole agency. Nowata
Jr!"1 ,Xxt Co.. , tulle (i4 N. .Y. Life
Bldg. . Phono Red 19. (Jmaha. Neb.
Oyn veilings, .. (2) M712 -
WANTED SITUATIONS
FAMILY washing granted: all work guar
anteed. Call W. 4473. (27 M142 24
GOOD, all around man 000k wknts posi
tion In hotel. Box 68tt, Avoca, la.
-tJ'l M307 25x
GOVERNMENT. NOTICES
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS-NOlTCa
Is lisisby given Ilia I sealed bids will be
received by the Board of Commissioners
of the South Dakota kUat Soldiers' Horns
at Hot fepilngs. South Dakota,, at the office
of the commandant ,of said home on or
befoie tlie lint day of June, 1909, at
I o'clock lr the afternoon, for Hie erection
of a atone and brick .smokestack for tliu
Slate boldieis Home, aC4Aid ng to plans
and spetlllcations prep.irud uy Joseph
SwarisarcuiU'Cl, Sioux Falls, a. D.
ALiiU .
For the furnishing and selllpgs of three
Dew boiieis and lilgo prauru work -Jor
the South Dskota Stale Soldiers' Horn at
Hot bpringu, South Dakota, accorulng to
plans and specifications pictured by Bsn
Cowler, chtf engineer. 'Bit. a will ba re
ceived for steel stack according to specifi
cations separately. Bids can oe u.a.lu in
lump sum 4or the whole amount of the
work except for tne"'brlck or steel smoke
stack, which must be a separate bid. Ail
bids oiuat be t oirunled by a certified
check equal to 10 per cent 01 the amount
of the bid.- The buard reserves the light
to reject any and all bids. Plans and
specifications can be seen and examined
at this office of- the commandant or at
the office of The Omaha Bed, Omaha,
Neb Sioux City Journal, Sioux City, la.;
hiuux Falls A'gus Leader, btoux Fads.
S. D. Dated thi.4 Jt It day of May, IB08, by
order of the Board tot Commissioners. J.
B. GEDD1K. Commandant. klllJlst
OFFICE OF CONSTRCOTLVO QCAR
tennaster, Fort Itouglas, ttah, April
26, 1S08. Sealed pioponals In triplicate,
subject to tli us'ua conditions, will ba
received at this office until 10 o'clock
a. nv. May 25. 1909. and then opened In
th presence of -atlvndlng. blduera. for
lonstruotlon ot a Garbage Crematory and
Crematory Building at Fort Douglas,
Utah. Information furnished tm applica
tion. Envelopes containing bids to ha
marked "Proposals for Crematory Build
ing.", and addressed trj "Captain T R
Haa-ker. Quartet mauler, 15th Infantry
Constructing Quartermaster Fort llouif
lss. I'tah.- A. 26-27-28:8. M. 24-25.
- a
RAILWAY 'TIME CARD
l.MO TATIU. 1UIH AMJ MASON
I aloa raclflo
Leaye:
..a um
..a 1:60 pm
..a 4:10 pm
..al2:66 pm
Arrive,
a 9.o pm
a 6:uu pm
a 8,J am
a 6 .00 pm
a 8.00 pm
a 6 4a 1 an
a 6 to pin
a 4 to pm
a 1:06 am
Overlajid Umlted..'.:
Colorado Express
Atlantic Express .....
Oiegon Expie--s
Los Angeles Limited.
cast Mall .a 7-ii am
China and Japan 4ail.a l! t ual
North Platte Local a 8.1a am
Colo. Chicago Special al'MO ara
Beatrice & StriimaUurg.
Local -. .TblJ:
jmv .b 1. 40 pm
valley laical (motor Via
I-an Cut-Off)....-...... aJ0:0 am
.Valley Lotal (motor). .a 6.30 poj
lH-al rrui.; . pot . crj iV4
No. 1 and 2.
a 2,46 pm
a 8:00 am
on trains
Hastings-Superior ..j,.-.b J:16 pin b 6:3) pn
Illinois Oatralv .
Chicago Express .'a"7:l8 am
Chi.age lamlled , pin
Minn. -St. Paul Fin 1, mi
a I 45 pm
a 7 :16 am
a 7:15 ani
k'U eVJ am
T On am
a i.vO pm
t .Viiiiii.-St Paul Lid I in nm
Cniall -Ft, Dode Loc.lt ,.m
Sllsauari Pacific--.,, .
K. C. 8t. U Exp......g 9:00 am-
K. C at HI. L. fcp..,...4il.ia PUi
RAILWAY TIME CARD roTI'"
Chicago Jk Northwestern
Chicago Dsyllght u 7.25 srn all:48 pm
Twin City Express a 7 .45 am ,i0 20 ptn
Chicago Ixiral a 4:3o pm a 8:2 pm
Sioux City local a 3:40 pm all on am
Chlcss-o l.wal a 4:30 pm a 8.23 am
Chicago Special a 4:02 pm a 8.23 am
Minnesota-Dakota Exp. a 1 00 pm a V am
Fast Mall a ( 35 pm
Twin City Llmltei a : pm a ; .. am
Ifs Angeles Limited... .a 9:10 pm a 12:3 pm
Overland Limited. all no pm a 1. la am
Nebraska and Wyoming Division-Norfolk-Honenteel
a 7:50 am alO SO pm
Lincoln-Long Fine a 7:50 am all:") am
Di-adwood-Llncoln a 3 f5 pm 5: 20 pm
Casper-Lander a 3 55 pm nil on Hm
Frernont-Alhion h 5:30 pm b 1:38 pm
Iklcagro, Hork Island A Pacific
BAST.
Norfolk A 80. Platte... J;i.-, pm 5 31 pm
Chicago Limited a 3:00 am all: pm
Iowa Lral a 7:14) am a 4:30 pm
Horky Mountain Ltd a 1:00 am all ( tun
Dee Moines Knetern. .a 7:00 am a 4 30 pm
Des Moines Passenger. .a 4:00 pm mU 30 pm
Iowa Ivocal bll:O0 am b t 66 pm
CIiIchro (Kastern Kx)...d 4: pm a 1 10 pm
Chicago Flyer a 6:(K pm a S.35 am
WEST.
Rocky Mountain Ltd...All:13 pm a 2:S0 pm
Colo. & Cal. Erpress...a 1.20 pm a 4:3') pm
Okl. A Texas Express, .a 4.40 pm a 1:00 pin
(kicaHO Orent Wrattrn . 0
St. Paul-Minneapolis J:J0 pm 8:ir am
St. ranl-Mlnneapolls 7:30 am 8 W pm
Chicago Limited 6:10 pm 8:16 am
Wabash
St. Louis Express a 8:30 pin a 9:25 am
St. Louis Ixical from
Council Bluffs) a 8:00 am aim pm
8lanberry Ioeal (from
Council Bluffs) b 5:00 pm bl0:13 am
( klraao, Milwaukee A .
Chicago 4 Colo. Spec. .a 7:.6 am all:.W pm
Cal. & Ore fcxpi ess.. .a 6:iO pm a :2S pm
tiverland Umlted all:4H pm n 7:15 am
Perry Local b 6.15 pm -blLiS am
BlHUMiTO. ST A 10T1I Jt MASO.V
Rnrllnaton
Leave. Arrive.
Denver California a 1:10 pm a3:i6pm
Puget, Bound Exp a 4:i ,h.i . tt:iu j,i
HUik Hills a 4:10 pin a6:10i'm
Norlhwent Exp ll:w) jun a 7:'o am
Nebraska points a S:4S am a :10 pm
Lincoln Fast Mall b 1:0 pm slJ 15 pin
Nebraska Express a 9:15 hjti a:lopui
Lincoln Local b 9:0 am
Lincoln l.cal a 7:J:i pm a i;oil pm
Schuyler-Plattsmouth ..b3:0Spm bl0:Jlam
I'laitttmoutti-lowii a 11m a i.ai um
Bellevue-Plattsmouth ,.al2:3Jpm a pin
Colorado Limited all:,' p. 11 a 7:'A .mi
Chicago Limited a 7jW am all::iS pin
Chicago Express a 4:) pm a S:5i pm
Chicago Fiver ., a i:30 pm a8:3nam
Iowa Loral a 9 IS am al 1:30 am
St. Louts Express a4.4pm all 3" am
Kansas City Kt. Joe. al0:46 pm u:.Wam
Kansas Cliy & St. Joe..a9 15 am a 6:10 pm
Kansas City & St. Joe. .a 4:40 pm
WEBSTER 8TA 18111 A WEBSTER
Chicago, St.
Omaha
Paul, Minneapolis A
Leave. Arrive.
Town City rassenger..b tj 30 am b 8.20 pm
Sioux City Passenger. ..b 2:00 pm Ml :50 am
Sioux City Local c 8:46 am c 6'io pm
Emerson Local b 5:55 pm b 0.10 am
I niHonri i'acuie-
I Auburn Local b 1:50 pm bll:30 am
a Dally, b Daily except Sunday, c Sun
day only, d Daily except Saturday.
OCEAN STEAMERSI
CANADIAN PACIFIC
X.XKB TBA9 TOV DATS AT 81A.
Weekly BalUag Between Moatreai. Unabaa
Two days on the beouitfui gt. Lawrenca
river and tba shortest ocean rout to ir
rop.
Nothing; oetter on th Atlantlo than out
Empresses Wtrelnas on all steamers.
rlxst claaai 990 1 aooad, 150) ooa aiaas
cabin, 940. .
,1k your ticket agent, or writ for aaU.
trigs, rales and booklet.
c. x. BZHiAimr, o. a
933 Month Olark St.. Chirsga. ' . -
OMAHA CESBK4L MAflKET.
Staple and Fancy freaset Prices). Far.
Ished by slayers and Wholesalers.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, delivered to
the retail trade In 1-lb. cartons. 28c;- No. 1
In 60-lb. tubs. 274c; No. 2. In 1-lb. cartons,
13c; in 60-lb. tubs, 244c; packing stock, 18i
falncy dairy, tubs, lQ:oc, common rc-ll,
fresh mad, l&c. Market changes every
Tuesday.
EGOS Fresh selling slock, candled. 20a
No storage stock In Omaha msrket.
CHEE8E Finest Wisconsin full cream,
tains, lac: young Amerlcts. 4'tn hoop. liWc;
favorite, 8 In hoop, 16c; daisies, 20 In hoop,
liSic; cream brick, full case. 15c; block'
Swiss, 15c; full cream llmburger, 16c.
PoUJl'RY Broilers, soc; alive, springs,
IZVjC. hens, 12Vic; cocks, 6c; ducks, ,11c;
geese, 10c; turkeys, 19c; pigeons, per dot,
tic; guinea fowls, pur dos., 12 60; saunbs,
per doc., 12. Dressed hens, 11c; springs,
Uyl9V; cocks, 6Mc; ducks, He; geese, He;
tin keys. 21c.
FISH Fresh caught; almost all are
dressed: Halibut, 8c; buffalo. Sc. trout,
lie; bullheads, 14c; catfish, 17c; crappies,
sunflsh. 60 to 9c; black bass, 26c; white
fish, 13c; pike, 12c; salmon, 14c; pickerel,
10c; frog legs, 86c. Fresh f rosea ! White
fish, No. 1, 10c; round, 8c; pickerel,
dressed and headless, 7c;, round. 6c; pike,
dressed, 10c; round, 9c; red snapper, 12c;
Spanish mackerel. Uc; natlv mackerel, 36
each.
9c; No. 3, 6c. Plate: No. 1. 6c; No. 2,
t'Ac: No. I. 5Vc.
FRESH FHUITS-Apples, western bog
apples. 12. 904 2. 60. Bananas, 6-bunch lots,
3V per lb. Oiangea, 82.863.23. Lemons, 83 68
4)4.00. Grape fruit, . $4 60. Orapea, Malagas,
17.60 per keg. Florida pineapples, per crate,
13.00.
VEGETABLES Kansas sweet potatoes,
1176 per bbl. California celery, large. Soc;
smaller, 60c. New York Holland seed cab
bage, 4Vc per ib. Wisconsin Red Globe
onions, 1c per o. California cauliflower,
83.00 per crate. Tomatoes. Florida, h-basket
crate, U0u; Cuba, 6-basket crate, 83.00.
Lettuce, per dor., 40c. Old vegetables, par
nlpa. turnips, carrots, (2.26 per bbl. Flor
ida new beets, carrots, parn:pa, lurulpa,
tic. per dos., 76c.
ST RAWBERKiES-13. 00(93 26.
HIDES No. green, c; No. J curod. 0.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, May 22. COTTON The
market opened steady at unchanged prices
to an advance of 6 points, which was better
than due on the cables as a r. suit of over
night buying orders, but quickly . broke
under heavy liquidation and selling by
some of the leading bulls, with July da
llning to 11.05c snd DeVember to l".79c, or
about lu points below the high level of the
call HnJ 6 to 7 points net lower. Week-end
figures were considered bullish, and theie
was some further talk of too much lain In
ceiiiral section of the belt, but ciop pros
Puts In Hie southwest are supposed to
have improved. There was spprehenalou
that a bullish June bureau was being over
discounted ami the market ruled unaettled
during Hie middle of the morning under
continued heavy liquidation which came
largely fiom Wall aireet s.iuicea.
pot cotton eloee.l quiel to 10 points
lower; niiddlli.'g uplands, il.tc; middling
gull, U.tiic. No sales.
Futures opened steadv: May. ll.8igll.40o;
June. 11 1.V offered; July. 11 loc; Ai.gust,
II. hoc; Octolier. ln.S7c; December, lo.Shc;
January. 10 .km ; March, lo.mc.
Futures closed barely Heady; Mjy, 11 2ic;
June, ll.ic; July, 11 ir.V; August. 10 8c;
September. l.n.Klr; October. 10.76c; Novem
ber. l"74c; Iierember, 10c; January
10 72c; March. 10 7ic.
GALVESTON. May 22 -COTTON-Steady,
10Tc.
ST. LOCIS. May 22 -COTTON-uiet ; mid
dling. loc; sales, 19 bales; receipts, 3.2-3
bales, shipments, 3,7a3 bales; Block. 24,;m
bales.
Loral grrarltlea,
Quotations furnlhhed by Samuel Burna
Ji., v.s i J iur, Ljjits ouuuing.
ruiUhr Parttni ( 0 i. i:i
Colunihus. Nb.. EUctrie Light 6s U"i..
I'M) of onuiis to l'U
Cllr or Onuh. Bond-. 41s 129
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BEEF OUTS-Rlbs: No. 1. 15Uc; No. t
13c; No. 3, l'!c. Loin: No. 1, 17c; No. t,
14c, No. 8, Uc. Chuck: No. 1, 7c; No. I,
7.c: No. 3. 7VaC. Round: No. 1. Bc: No. 1.
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CRAW AND PRODUCE MARKET
Short Corer Freely on Advance
6atnrday.
MAY HITS NEW HIGH MASK
Corn Easier on Frerr Country Offer
Ingrs and Mariner Cash rtemand
Prospects for tJrowlnsj Crop
Ar Better.
OMAHA. May 22. 1909.
Cables were a surprise, but had no effect
on the locii market after the opening.
Crop reports are not aa satisfactory as was
txpertcd after the recent rains.
Shorts covered freely on the advance
and the congested condition of the cash
market sent values to- a new high mark
for the May option.
Coin was easier on fleer countiy offer
ings and a lixht cash demand prospects
for the comina crop are mote favorable.
Wheat was weak early on soft cables,
but strengthened later and showed a good
advanc e i t the rlcse. Advices from Europe
and some Iwd crop rerorts from Kansas
were the feature for the advance. The
cash situation Is the stronttest now It has
been a. id further advances are predicted.
Mav wheat opened at $1.3oVi and closed at
U .12. .
P.lmary wheat receipt were ?V!,niiA bush
els and shipments were flit. 'no bushels,
analnsr receipts lM Var of 4o;.0u0 bushels
and shlptne.ua of 67S,ioo bushels.
Clearances tverc 8.0") bushels of corn, 375
bushels of oats and wheiq, and flour equal
to 1 !9.0(l busbe's.
Liverpool closed Hd' higher to Sd lower
on wheat and X holier on corn.
Ixical range of options.:
Articles. I Open. High.t Low. Close I Yes'y.
Wheat
Mey... 1 31'
July... 1 lO'k
Cm 11
May... 7'i
July... k
Sept.., 6.;;
O.its . J
Mav...
Sept... 41
1 n
1 3m
1 10-V
1 S"J
1 31V,
1 104,
70'i
1H
1 iW
1 US,
70', :
66
57SI
vs!
421,1
Omaha Cash- Prices
WHEAT No.. 2 hard
$1.1 a 33; No. S
rd, 11. 21-31.27; No.
hard. r..27lSO; No. 4 hard,
2 sprmr. li.27ii.l.:
CORN Nu 2. taVk-Ci.Ko. 3, 9nii'(94C; No.
4. tWift'tc: No. 3 vellow, tKi'irnftc; No.
2 white, 7tV; No- 3 white, 70V:.
OATS No. 8 mixed," oo's'&W-V-'; No. 3 yel
low. 5',;4iV)V : No. 8 white, 56Mj"v4C; No,
4 wTille. 55,(tio5,c.
RYB No. 2, 7Q79Hc; No. 3, 7778c.
Carlat liecelpts.
'Wheat Com. Oats.
Chlrago 5 367 163
Minneapolis 146
Omaha 5 60 21
Duluth . 13
CHICAGO GRAIN -AXI PROVISIONS
Feat a res of the Trading; and Closing
Prices on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, May 22.-Nen high record
masks for the season Were made today In
the price of wheat ami oats, the May deliv
ery of the former advancing' to' 11.82, and
of the latter to 6V. Corn also was firm,
but provisions were only steady.
The wheat market was an erratic affair
and the strength of May was a feature,
Siiorts In that delivery were more uneasy
on account of the short time remaining In
which to- make -deliveries. With the excep
tion of the, current month the market In
feneral displayed considerable weakness,
.ater, however, prices advanced sharply.
July rallying I'ie from the low "po-'nl. One
of the principal bullish factors was a re
port credited to an official of one of the
western railroads ' which etsimated the
wheat crop of Kansas at the low figure of
60,000.000 bushels, agaiBM. the government's
estimate of 94,000,000 bushels made on May
1. Another strengthening Influence was an
improved demand for dash wheal here and
In the northwest. The market was nervous
during the final hour, -Kit bullish sentiment
predominated and a firm tone prevailed at
th close. The rangx.for the day on May
was between 81.31iSl.3i1 snd for July 1.1
and 11 .1744.. Fma) qui nations showed -gains
i.f Vil'nc. May being at 1.32'4 and July at
S1.17M1. 17.
increased receipt of' eorti ' prompted an
opening raid on the May delivery, which
resulted in break of-aimom 1c; the mar
ket, however, soon turned strong. During
the 'day the July delivery sold between
6Vf(4WTse and 69SiC. -The close was firm,
with prices up V to VtfHo comparvd with
the previous Xinal figures. July closed at
61Hc.
All deliveries of bats rose to new high
levels for the season as a result of ra
nswed covering by Influential shorts.
There was no change in the general situa
tion. The top for May was reached at 6T'c
and for July at SiWc The market closed
strong at, almost the highest point, at net
gains of '4(ti4c to lVo, with May at 61i,,c
and July at 64Vc.
.Trade In provisions was quiet. The rloa
Ing prices were 2Vsc lower to 2'&6c higher.
Closing quotations were as follows:
Articles. Opeti.l High. I Low. Cloec.l- Yes'y.
Wheat
May
July
Sept. .
Dec.
Corn
May July
Sept.
Dec.
Oats
May July
Sept
Dec.
Pork
May July
Sept.
Lard
May July
Sept.
Ribs
May July
Sept.
l.tt'itt 1 324.1 1 31
1 82',. 1 31
1 17Hi 1 1614
1 oO'ni 1
1 T7Vl 1 OS'S
1 164! 1 IT 1 164
1 OOVii 1 0t, 1 08
1 06Vi. X 07i 1 6Vi
72
73UI 72
T3 I
72'4
67
68
6RVfili
o64
69H 68.Crt7
6.4s!
6j
61'sl
64H,
6J!i
' I
60ii
63M,
4 V i
681
'6W4
61
54,
533,
44TS45
! 1 &Wt
1444VtP&
j 4o
18 271 18 80
18 87i 18 35
18 26 I 18 27
18 3o . IS 40
18 18 42V.
i
10 R2W! 10 3
18 X
18 30
18 87
18 42: 18 37
I
I
10 H2!
10 65 j
10 75
10 65 I 10 62
10 67; 10 62
10 80 10 ;74
I
10 10 I 10 10
lo 12 10 ii
10 17j 10 1
10 6-i 10 671
10 771 10 80
10 10 I 10 10 10 10
10 H7i 10 12, lu 07;
in in i in ii.. ia in i
IV I JW A I -7fl iV IV
No. 2.
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Strong; winter patents, Itt.SOifr
6 60; winter straight. 86.76 20; spring pat
ents. 85.8iKg6.10; singula, H.TtX&JKSo; bakers,
I3.4ufi6.00. . . , .
RYE No. 2. RSo.
BITTER Firm; creameries, 2225c;
deiil-s. lSfi24c. : -
EGGS Rtesdy; s mark, cases Included,
firsts. 20..; prime' firsts, 21c
CHEESE Steady; daisies, l3!4l.1c;
twins, 13i'fil3r; young Americas, KlViillc;
ion horns. 13;f!l4c.
POTATOEH-Strong. choice to fancy. 98
fci'fc; fair to good. 80i1l2.
POCLTRY-Steady; turkeys, 15c; chick
ens. l,- springs, 15c.
VEAL Steady; 60 to 60 lbs., RfWe; 60 to
83 lbs., 7gixc; 85 to 110 lbs., 8Vo9c.
BARLEY Feed ir mixing. 776; fair
to choice malting, 74ti78c.
SEEDS Flax, No. 1 south western, 81. 6S;
No. 1 northwestern, 11.78. Timothy, 83.v.
Clover, .".
PllOVIb'liiN'S-Meas pork, per bbl., 18..14
ft18. to. Lard, per 100 lbs., 110.65. Short ribs
sides (loose. 10.05'fr10.15; short clear side
(boxed), 10.37rTl0.50.
Total clearances of wheat and fl iur were
equal to 139.000 bu. Primary recelpia were
$i3.000 bu., compared with 4,000 bu. the
coriesponding day a year ago. Estimated
receipts for Monday: Wheat, I cars; corn.
367 cars; oats, 129 cars.
t. Lonla General Market.
ST. LOCIS. May 22.-WH EAT-Higher;
track. No. 2 red, cash. $1.54f( 1 56; May, 1 36
bid; No. i hard, II 3'Vvrl 40; July, 1.13fj,
1.13: Stptemhfi'. .lon'nl 08.
CORN-Weak; track, No. 3 cash, 74074V;
July, 69J4C; Kepiember, 66'u; No. 2 white
7'. .
OATS Firm; track. No. 2 cash. 68p
July, 57c; S. ptember, c; No. J while!
60c.
RYE Nonilnal. 86c.
ELOL'P.-Duli; red winter, oofi.50; extra
fancy and straights, I5.T.VM.40; hard winter
clears. 14 50414. 9o.
SHED Tiniotliov. U 00.
C O K N M E A 1 y-iS 50.
BRAN Firm; saclred, esst track, 11.36
HAYStrong; timothy, $l2.6u4il8l0; prai
rie. II" fii 13 l.
I BAfUllN'l 7 t 16c.
j KM P I'A'INK-'ir.
1 rit :VlKIt)Vri - Pork.- sleav: ir.l.hj.
1112 L4rd. higher.' prime steam. l0 4ri
10.58. D'y salt meats ri'itet; boxed extra
Bhorts. llt.Ui; Clear ribs. Ill 00; short clears
111.12 Bacon, boxed extra shorts. Iljuv
clear ribs. 1200; short cleais, 12 12
HI TTER- PteadV:' crehrnery. 2i4j"ic
EilC.at Steady. lUe. rase eoum
'.7ff.Tlc; ttirkerk. 13rjl6c; ucks. Ic;
H .
Receipts. Shipment
6 too 7.UV
S.nxi 16 5
J 4.6s) 82.110
46,40 6.i
Flour, bhls
Wheat, bu
Corn, bu
Oats, bu
WEATHER IS THE t.RAIJf ' BEIT
Cloadv, wltk Pawalblr Hkswrn far
Sunday, Saa Welsh.
OMAHA. May 22. 1909
Paln are general this morning In the
middle and upper Atlantic states, and
heavy falls are reported at New York City,
I'hilsdelphla and Washington. Light rains
are falling In the extreme lower Missis
sippi valley, and In northern Montana.
Very light showers were sc attered over the
upper Missouri, upper Mississippi and Ohio
vadeya within the last twenty-lour hours,
and light rains were quite general In the
mountain districts. Temperature continues
unusually steady in all portions and no Im
portant change has occurred In any section
slnco the preceding report. A relatively
hlKh pressure overlies the central valleys
and eastern states. A trough of low pres
sure extends north and south over the
Rocky Mountains and ti.e eastward move
ment of this lorn- pressure will probably
cause showers In this vicinity tonight and
Sunday. No important change In temper
ature is indicated for this vicinity tonight
or Sunday.
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared with ihe corresponding day of
the past three years.
1909 1908 1907 1906
Minimum temperature ..66 49 M 62
Preclpitstlon 00 .00 .08 .61
Normal temperature for today 64 degrees.
Deficiency in precipitation since March
1, 2.56 inches.
Pendency corresponding; period In 1908.
1.40 Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period In 1907.'
6.36 Inches.
L. A. WELSH, Txical Forecaster.
Corn and wheat region bulletin for
Omaha, Neb., for the twenty-four hours
ending at 8 a- m , 76lh meridian time,
Saturday, May 22, 1909:
OMAHA DI8TRICT.
Temp. Raln-
Statlnns. Max. Mln. fall. Pky.
Ashland, Neb 76 51 .00 Clear
Auburn. Neb 76 49 .00 Cloudy
Broken Bow, Neb. 73 40 .00 Clear
Columbus. Neb... 75 48 .00 Clear
Culbertson. Neb.. 7K 45 .00 Clear
Falrhuty. Neh.... 76 50 .00 Clear
Fairmont. Nb... 74 45 . 00 Clear
Gr. Island, Nh.. 76 60 .00 Clear
Hartington. Neb. 80 50 .06 Clear
Hastings, Neb.... 7fi 46 .00 Clear
Holdrege, Neb.... 76 43 .00 Clear
Oakdalo. Neb 78 44 .'00 Clear
Omaha, Neb 74 S6 .10 Cloudy
Tekamnh. Neb... 77 4 .00 Pt. cloudy
Alta, la 76 63 .00 Clear
Carroll, la 78 47 .00 Clear
Clarlnda, la 77 49 .00 Pt. cloudy
Sibley, la....:,.... 76 44 .LI Cloudv
Sioux City. la... 76 64 T . Cloudy
Mluimum temperature for twelve-hour
perkd ending at 8 a. m.
DISTRICT AVERAGES.
No. of Temp. Rain.
Central. Stations. Mnx. Mln. Inches
Chicago. Ill 36 72 48 T
Columbus, 0 16 64 60 .02
lies Moines, la 14 76 50 .10
Indianapolis. Ind.. 12 tS 60 T
Kansas City. Mo.. 21 74 64 .04
Louisville. Ky. ill 68 66 .02
Minneapolis, Minn. 29 72 48 .06
Omaha. Nob 19 76 48 .01
St. Louis. Mo 13 74 62 .00
Temperatures continue" practically un
changed throughout the corn and wheat
region. Light showers occurred In all ex
cept Ills St. Louis district.
L. A. WELSH.
Local Forecaster. Weather Bureau.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET
Quotations of the liny on V'arions
Commodities.
NEW YORK. May 22.-FLOUR-Recelpts,
20.0U) bbls.j exports, 6.600 bbls. Market was
quiet, but firm; Minnesota patents, 86.SX44
6.50; Minnesota bakers, 8j.2Vn5.55; winter
patents. 4O.4O4jii.K0; winter straights. 14.260
6.4o; winter extras, 34.662j6.ao; winter low
grades, 84.65(5.20; Kansas straights, 6 8.Vj
5.95. Kye flour, quiet; fair to good, 4.6oto
4.70; choice to fancy, 84. 754.90.
CORN MEAL Firm; fine white and yel
low, $1.65ig.l.;u; coarse, I1.60Q1.55; kiln dried.
13.110. .
It YE Dull; No. 2 western, 97c, nominal, f.
0. b. New York.
BARLEY Quiet; - feeding, 0c, c! 1! fl
New York.' .
WHEAT Reoelpts, 84,000 bu. Spot market
firm; 'Nil.-2 red. 11.45, elevator. 11.45, nom
inal, f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 northern, Du
luth. 11.35V f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard
winter, 11.39V f. o. b. afloat. Opening
easier because of poor, cables and bearish
weuther news, wheat rallied sharply on
bull support, but finally eased off under
profit-taking, and closed partly c net
lower. May closed at II. 3S. July closed at
11.23. September closed at 11.15 and De
cember closed , at 11.13.
CORN Receipts. 12,7no hti. Spot market
steady; No. 2. 84e, elevator, and 81c, t.
o. b. afloat; No. 2 white, Mc. and No. 2
ellow. 82. f. o. h. afloat. The option mar
ket was weak. ' May closed at 8lc. Julv
closed at 78V. and September closed at
76c.
OATS Receipts, 62.500 bu. Spot market
slow; mixed oats, 26 to 32 lbs., nominal;
natural white, 26 to 82 lbs.. 63a6e ; clipped
white, 34 to 41 lbs., o3fT9c.
HAY Firm; No. 3, 7ofa7fc; good to choice,
964f95c ......
LEATHER Ptendv; acid. 23jfi28e.
PROVISIONS Beef, quiet; family, 113 60
(Hilt.OO; mess, llO.nOfftll.OO; beef hams, $24 Ooc
26.00; packet. I12.0fval2.60; city extra India
mess, I21.00tff21.60. Cut meats, firm; pickled
bellies, 111.26; pickled hsms, ll.fi(Vffl2 00
Lard, firm; western. $10 954H1.02; refined
steady; continent. 111.26; South America,
112.00; compound. 7.75i&8.60. Pork, steady;
family. $!9.503?ft 00; short clear, 19.5oif21.60:
mess. $18.5ia19 28.
TALLOW-Qulet; cltv t$ per pkge.), MC!
country (pkge. free). SVi&STfcC.
RICE-steady; domestic, fair to extra, 3
6c; Japan, nominal.
BUTTER Firm; western Imltstlon cream,
ery firsts, 21S42c.
EGGS Firmer; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy, selected, white, 2fitp2c ; fair
te choice. 2412fie; brown and mixed,
fancy, 24'u24c; fair to choice. 23'A(fi23c;
western storage packed, 23f23c; western
fh-hts to extra firsts, 21ff23c; seconds. 20
21c: southern firsts, 2121c; seconds. 20
!20c.
POULTRY A live, firm; chickens, broil
ers. 27(S30c; fowls. 17918c: dressed, firm;
western broilers. 2 30c; fowls, lfygn6c; tur
keys, frozen. Ifvff25c.
CHEESE Steady to firm; new state full
cream specials, 13fjl3c; new state full
cream, small, colored or white, fancy,
12o; new state full cream large colored
fancy, J2c; pew state full cream, common
to (air, fridlc; sklma, full to special, 2ilc.
Kansas City Grain and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. May 22. WHEAT-L'n-changed
to lc higher; No. 2 hard, $l,8nf
1.38; No. 3 hard. I1.281.87; No. 2 red, 1.45a
1.65; No. 3 red, $1.43'1.64.
CORN c-lower; No. 2 mixed, 72c; No.
mixed. 7272c; No. 2 white. 72(u.72c;
No. 3 white. 72!c. '
,OA.TaT,!nohan,ipdi No 3 white, 674r59c;
No. 2 mixed, 664(ibc.
RYE 82c.
HAY Unchanged; choice tlmothv. $12.7Mr
13.2o; choice pruirie. $ll.uu'olL26; choice al
falfa, 116.76ft 17.76.
BUTTER Creamery, 2Jc; firsts, 21o;
seconds, !9c; parking stock, 17e.
EJGS Extras, 22c; current receipts. 21c;
seconds and dirties, 19c.
Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu 4.900 000
Corn, bu 48,o) 8,l.iiO
Oata, bu 16.0U) Jjjjjuo
Options st Kansss City':
Articles.
I Open. I High. I Le w. 1 Close.
Wheat
July .
Sept. .
Dec. .
Corn
July .'
Sept. .
Dec. ,.
. 1 061 1 I'M,' I 08V1'
1 on
w
1 02A
I 03
83
S4'". 64V
101V.B, J Olv.i 101
68! 68-,l M
1 02SI 1 03, 1 021
Ui 53 6Ji
. Minneapolis brain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, May 22.-WHE4.T
Msy, $1 32; July. 1 i't; September. $1 10
Cash: No. 1 hard. 11.3441 fo; No. 1 north
ern. $1.33fl.84: No. t northern. ll.31Wi&
182: No. 1 northern ll.gotii.Ji,
SEED Flax, II. 77.
P. RAN In bulk. 124 00114 60
FLOUR First patents. f6 30-86 50; second
patents, $6.2tV(i4l 41; first clears, 4 9r 05;
second clears, $3.563 69.
Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. May 22.-WHEAT-Spot
No. 2 red western winter, nominal; futures
rteady: July, ts lOd; September, 8s 7d; D
ctmlair, ks 4d.
CORN-SiKit strong; new American mixed
via fiiilvealon, to 6d; futures steady; July'
6a 6d.
Pulalk Grain Msrkrl.
DULUTH. Minn, Msy .: -WHFAT-So.
1 poril.ein. I! ?'.'; No 2 north-ru, 113
Mav. fl-'O',; Jul, 10; September, 1.U
OMHA LIVE SlOCai MAKRET
UiuaJ Llyht Sale on Saturday and
Cattle Lower.
HOGS DIME UNDER. LAST WEEK
Ran for the Week Falls Below tkat
of Corresponding Period Year
Aco tibers Hold Aboat
Even.
SOT'TH OMAHA. Mav S.
""Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday 1.771 6.0) 2.621
Official Tuesday 6.975 l'U'l M70
Ofldal Wednesday 6.773 l.44i 2.318
Official Thursday J.6R4 7.502 8-2
Off leal Friday 969 6.678 1.2h3
Estimate Saturday 3.1KJ
Six days this week 19.22 47.9V
Same days last week 18.270 40.531
Same days 2 weeks ago.. 21.507 60.SS5
Same days I weeks ego.. 17,651 61.14
Same days 4 weeks ago.. 14.737 . 64,4.5
Same days last year 13.602 723
12.019
13.7.U
16.498
19.2!3
10,745
22.678
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hog and sheep at South Omaha
for the year to date, compared wltlr last
year:
1909 19iT8 Int Dec.
Cattle 38.15 S52.68H 15.477
Hogs 1.079.TTI l.l.ff.'n 86.664
Sheep , 696.097 6M),721 15.176
Tne following table ahowe the average
price of huge at South Omaha tor the last
several days, with comparisons:
Data. 1909. l0i. 107. 11908. 1906. 11J04. 190l.
Mav 12...
7 00 5 42(
7 4 VI 6 36
I 6 S0 6 26; 4 65
6 351 I 6 iO 4 !
801 6 3l' I 4 6:i
8 24 6 80 5 15 I
6 191 V9 6 20. i 61 1
8 211 6 88 j 5 28; 4 63
47
6 4'.'
6 3i
(, 34
6 86
May 18...
May
14.
16.
7 08 I 6 94
7 1"; 6 22
stay
May
May
16..
I 24
17..
7 06
7 01
6 91
May 18.
6 30
May 19.,
May 30..
5 34
6 38
1 8 36: 6 20
23i I 6 24
4 471
4 46:
6 22
6 "7
6 25
6 18
971
May 21...,
May 22... I
1 01 I
991
6
6 24 6 26
4 41,
6 37 6 IS, 6 23, 6 29,
Sunday.
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by aech road was as fol
lows: Hogs. Hoists.
C. M. & St. P 3
Wabash 3
Missouri Pacific 2
Union Pacific 28 1
C. At N. W., east 3
C. & N. W.. west 87
C, H. Q.. west 28
C. R. 1. & P.. east 2
Illinois Central 1
Totsl receipts 114 1
The disposition of the day's receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs.
Omaha Packing Co , 67
Swift and Company 1.827
Cudahy Packing Co 2.361
Armour & Co 1,931
Hill & Son 1
F. O. Inghram I
Hoffman 2"4
Swartl ...v 141
Other buyers 2
Totals.... I.M1
CATTLE As usual on a Saturday there
was nothing of any consequence on sale.
Supplies for the week have been fairly
liberal showing a heavy increase aa com
pared with.tJie third week of May last
year and the quality of the ofenngs has
becq about aa good aa it has been at any
time this year. During the early part of
the week the liberal receipts here and at
efustorn points were responsible for some
falling off In the demand and the trend of
values was lower. The decline for the three
days amounted to Waste, but during the
latter half of the week, with more med
erate supplies and a better tone to reports
from the eastern beef market, the trade
picked up somewhat and a part of the de
cline of the early part of the week was re
gained, closing quotatlona for beef steers
being right around Urn 15c lower than a
week ago. The- decline has been most ap
parent on the plain heavy cattle, while
some of the desirable light and handy
weight grades are selling as well aa a
week ago.
As a rule the course of values taken by
cows and heifers has followed fat cattle
very closely all week. For the first three
days of the week the HlieraJ offerings gave
buyers the chance to be a little more par
ticular in their purchases and the result
was mora or less decline on the ordinary
butcher and canner grades. Most of this
has been recovered, however, and closing
quotations are not more than loc lower than
a week ago, Through the week the demand
has boon beat for the fat light grades and
these have Shown no particular decline.
Veal calves are celling fully as strong aa a
week ago and the same Is true of bulls,
stags and roughstock generally.
Business In stoc.kera and feeders has been
rather quiet all week owing to the fact
that supplies of thla kind have
been comparatively light. Good rains
throughout the corn belt have stimu
lated the - demand considerably and
there have been plenty of buyers and buy
ing orders here all the week for desirable
cattle of all weights. Prleea show an ad
vance of possibly 10gl5c, although the
volume of business has been comparatively
small A good clearance has been mado
and fhere is every prospect of a good de
mand at firm figures next week.
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
oornfed steers, $.6Oft7.00; fair to good corn
fed steers. S.oOB6.40; common to fair corn
fed steers, I5.00ifj6.90; good to choice cows
and heifers, I6.'26fi6 26; fair to good rows
and heifers, 4 407rf 25; common to fair cows
and heifers, 12 a'a-l.25; good to choice
stackers and feeders, 4.30j6.60; fair to
good Blockers and feeders, 14 OOfit 80; com
mon to fair storkers and feeders, 33.01103
400: stock heifers, 3.2iH.40, veal calves,
I4.25CT7 26; bulls, stags, etc.. 18 2.6.50.
HOGS Receipts today numbered 116 cars,
8,14 head, as against d.bou nead yesterday
and 6.369 on last Saturday. The run tor
the week luutls 4., iioad aa against
40,531 head last week and i8,2uu head fur
the col lespoiidlng Week a year ago. The
run for tne weeg siiuws Heavier than a
week ago but falls tar below the number
received this wutk a year ago. With no
great change in values this morning, prices
are, however, around a dime under last
baturdsy, the tiigu day of the season.
Dealers look on present prices aa being
exceptionally high considering conditions
surrounding the trade and are fighting any
further advance but with indifferent
success owing to the fact that supplies
have not bpen excessive for some days.
The outlook was not so very promising
to sellers gt the start, however, local con
ditions proved better than anticipated so
that the market In the main pruved fairly
satisfactory, especially on the big bjlk of
the better grades..
The market started out in fair season
Willi buyers out after the finished grades
snd bid from the start around steady prices
for the better grades. As outside reports
all cauie lower steady bids here looked
quite attractive to sellers so that trading
was reasonably brisk at around Friday a
best figures on good hogs.
When dealers gut Into the poorer kinds
the tiade was not so satisfactory. Sales
of the commoner hogs Were Irregular and
anymiiere from around ateady to as much
as 5c lower. With the good hogs out of
the Way the market eased off knd finished
rather dull and weak on the common lots
especially..
The tops today reached $7.37 and the
bulk sold at $t' 85Q7. 10.
Representatives sales:
No. A. 8. Pr. No. At. 88. Tr.
15 fl - . 0 66 U 1.0 7 a
:i ; .i m t to u :4 so 1 00
2 "7 M 234 !40 I o
M Hi 4l 4 0 (3 245 J.0 7
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HkKP There iftt 110 arrivals today
and sheep salesmen enjoyed their custom
ary week-end holiday.
The market this week has been crm
paratlvely uneventful. l'a kers started out
Monday with lllt'oncealcd bearish inten
tions, trusting to luck and their own
eJ forts, lliat.val.ues would swing back to
lower levels. Light receipts made break
on Monday Inposslble but developments on
the following day were decidedly in favor
of pack4 interests. Kansas city wired
heavy receipts of. grass-fed sti'Ck and
Chicago supplies were liberal, as vrll. Ad
vices from both points were of a bearlsn
nature and local buyers were- sole lo
hammer values with ease. The decline,
however, was not groat, the bulk of
supplies moving at a lot15c lower basis.
With tho exception 'of yesterday wnen
there were hnrdly enough offerings lo
make a market, the demand has iv-en
backward and the trade alow throliglit'ut
the week. While the total decline alll not
exceed 15fl2Se nuder last week's close, an
easier feeling is evident In live mutton
circles and ha Influenced trading fumes
In a small Ut-grce. The level ol price,
however. Is nt ill at a comparatively lofty
point and even though' tome of tile icccnt
bluom has been effaced.- the near fuurc
of tho sheep market Is anyilli.'lg but di.--coui-aglng.
Live nnittoii vulues tire In tl'.e
readjustment stage and more stability may
be expected during the in m tix we ks, m
least. It might be well li iiicntlon tne
partiality of packers for clipped stock St
this time of the yesr. Woolsklns. do pot
dress out as well as in the warmer weather
as clippers and for that reason tile demand
for the latter nt current . prices, has a
better tone.- - .
The general quality of receipts this week
has fell down considerably, a larger por
tion of supplies consisting of mediunl
grade and culls. As was n-ted yesterday,
the receipts this week have leei unusually
light. The official count Tor the past five
days Is right around ll.orn head as com
pared with 13.000 head of Inst week and
22.000 head fur the corresponding week ot
last year,
Quotations on rjtpperl sheep and lambs:
flood io ch- Ice liimbs. $7.4o4T7.9o; fair to
good lambs. 16 flui 7. k; good to choice light
yearlings, 16 2.""i!.;5' good lo choice heavy
yearlings. If,. 751111. 26; good to choice weth
ers, fi.mr,fii 4t; fair to g'od WeOierl. I5.6MI
5 90; good to choice ewes. $n6t.ifil6; fair to
good ewes. S5.2j'n5 66; culls and bucks. 1-0"
Iri.oO. ivuotaiiotis on wooled lambs: Good
to choice lambs, $v4Olir..90; fair to good
lambs, $79ujjXin '
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MAHKKT
CatlleT' Kheep and . Lambs tdy
logs Lower.
CHICAGO, May 22.r-CATTLK-Roelps
estimated at ;i head; market steady;
beeves, 'i.ltfi7.2i;. Texas eteers. .14 7ri'd.S5;
western steers. $1 7riifr.of ; etockers and
feeders, $1 6t& A 60; cows and heifers. $2 600
6.40; calves, 85. 007.00.
HOGS Receipts cstlmuted at 9,000 head;
market 5c lower; light. 5.8H(?fi.71: mixed.
18 WSji 7. 4C;. heavy,, $7.001.46; rough. $T kf
7.20; good to choice heavy, 17.21 7.45; pigs,
tO sOtiO 75; bulk of sales. !7.1.r47.26.
SH'F.EP AND ' 'LAMBS Receipt esti
mated st l.orio head; msrket ateady; natives,
$1.906 25; western,' $4.ut'tfi6.80: yearlings, to.10
ti7.2.'i; lambs, natives, lti.0or(8.2e; westerns,
I6.01Kij9.0O.
i ,.
Kansas City Live Slock Market.
KANSAS CITY, Mav " 22.- CATTLE -Receipt.
100-head; market steady; re
ceipts for the .week, 41.900 head; choice
export and dressed beef steers, I6.254&
6.96: fair to good, M26H5 6 26; western
steers, 16.00 (8 6.76; stockris and feeders,
$4.001 5. SO; southern steers, 11 25(4 6 40;
southern cows. 2 50lfl'4 76; native cows,
$2.751 5 75; native Velfers. $4. 2KJ6.50;
bulls. 13. 5U11.5. 25; calves. i 0046.50.
HOGS Receipts, I.OnO head; market
steadv to 5c lower; receipts for the week.
80.90li head; top, 17.35; bulk of sales,
16 755) 7.3"; heavy, $7.15$r 7.35; packers
and butchers. 16 90 7. o; light," ' 16.60(0
7.10: plga, $5 60i 6 70
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 800
head; niutktt Ftcd'i receipts ' tw the
week. 36.400 head: Inmbs. $6.0018 50;
yearlings. $5. 501 7.50; welheis, $.00f.
6.50; ewes. $1.001 6 00; Blockers and feed
ers, $3.25ii 6.25, Texaa muttons. $4.75it
6.00. '
St. I.onla Live Keek Market. '
ST. " LOUIS. May 22. CATTLE Re
ceipts. 200 load. Including I OH Txaii-;
market ntcaily; nailve shipping and ex
port steers. $6.2F4i 7.00; drehsed beef and
butchers. $3.60 ti 6.75; meet under 1,04)0
pounds, $l.50ffi u.yu; dockers and . feeders,
$4.504 5.35; cows and heifers, 16.86 &. 6.75;
canuers, I2 25rn3.36. hulls. $4.607.60;
calves, $J.OO(&7.25; Texaus and Indian
meers. $4.25 'a 6.60 i;owh .atul hellers. $2.76
6 6 60. 1
HOGS Receipt 4, 8,000 head; niurket
weak; pigs and lights, $5,00i& 7.i0; pack
ers, $ 7.05 (g; 7.35; butchtrs unil heat heavy,
$7.15iii 7.45.
No sheep on sale.
81, Joseph Live Block Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. May 22 CATTLE R. -ci-ipis,
.10 bcud; iiiarki l steadv; steers, b.M
(iii. mi; cows and heifers, 3.i friH.; calvc-4l-4.50.
llOliS -ReceipU. 4,.:0 head; nm ki t w.aK
lo 5c lower; top, $73; bulk of sa.es, l-i.'jj
4)1.15.
No sheep on sale.
Sioom Clly Live Stock Market.
SIOUX CITY. la.. May 22.-(Special Tele
gram. ) CATTLE Hen-lpt, 2i head; mar
ket steady; beeves, $6.oiiW.75; fat cows and
heifers, $4 mjis..7; feeders, li.0u4l5.tU; yesr
Itngs. I3.00h4.75.
HOGS-Receipts, 6. head; market 6c
lower; range of prices, $6. 75g 7:U ; bulk of
sales, $6.857.06.
Stork In Slaiht.
Receipts of live stock at the six prlncl.
paJ western markets yesterday: .
Cattle. Hogs. 8heep.
South Omaha...: g,l2
Sioux City 200 6.600
St. Joseph.... 1-00' 4.600 ... .
Kansas City i0 J.ttO
St. Liuls 2oo 3.000
Chicago 2H0 9,000
Totals ." loo 3o22
800
2.606
2.SU9
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frnlts.
NEW YORK. 'May 22. EVAPORATED
APPLES-Market is firm. wllh fancy
Quoted at S'iijiS'c, choice at 7-&74ic. prime
al 6'ti6c and common to. fair at 5a6ir.
DRIED FRUITS-Prunes are steady,
with quotations ranging from 2lr to HUc
for California fruit and from fcH" to ic
for Oregons, 40-Sos to 20-30s. Apricots are
unchanged, with choice quoted ot loJlVc
extra choice at l"Sftlo4e and fancy at l
ftl3c. Peaches are rather easier, owing to
Increased offerings from the west' and a
slack demand; choice are quoted at 6"g6ii
extra choice at Vs6c and fancy gt Tffl
6'.j(c. Raisins are unchanged, with loose
muscatel quoted at aVfll'iC, choice to fancy
seeded at 4fcitVc, seedless at 84xft6Vko and
London layers at $1,164-1.30.
flngrar and Molasses.
NEW YORK, May. 22 -SUOAB-Raw,
steady, 8.42i334DC: fair refining, $92ig.96c;
centrifugal, 96 test, 3.92t.95c; molaases
sugar, IWqQ.jfic; refined.-, steady; No. 4,
4 66c; No. 7. 4 40c; No. 8. 4 25c; No. 9, 4.88c;
No. 10, 4 25c; No. 11, 4.20; No 12. 1.15c; No.
13. ,4. loc; No., 14 4.1'ic; confectioners' A.
4165i4.75c; mould-A. , m Umt. S75c;
crusheil. 5.65c; powl-red Iil'm-; granulated,
4. 95c; cubes. 5.2oc.
MOLAS.4KS-.Nrw ut.t kettla.
good to choice, iiV.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADELPHIA, May SI. -HUT TER
firm: lair demand; extra western Cream
ery. 27c; nearby prints. 2Sc.
EGOS Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby firsts. fre cases, IS'ic at mark;
current receipts, lo returoshle cases. 22'4jc,
nt mark; western firsts, free cases. 2au.c.
J st msrk; currerxl receipts, free esses. l;
t 2214c-
CHF.ERK Firm, New Tork. full creams,
Choice, mc; fair to good, llr13i,c.
Mea Market.
NKW ' YORK, May ti METAL The
metal markets aere as fpiiet as usual In -the
absence of cables. Tin -was quiet at
129 .12Vo29 24. Copper remained steady,
with lake qnoted at tit 12 ,4j 3 11 7t4; elec
trolytic, tl3.87feftjU.Mi; casting at $12.76f
12 87fe. Lead was firm at 4 134 tti and
spelter at lo.lfxi;.). Iron was ateady and
unchanged.
Coffee Market.
NEW TORK. Msy 2$ COFFEE Fu
tures closed steady net unchanged lo
66 points InVer; sales. 11.600 bags, includ
ing May at MW Iic. June at 86c and
Bvptember st l ine. Spot nulot; No. I R.o
7'gsc; Santos No. 4. 8Ti89c. Kild QUleii
Cordova, 8ftl2e. .
Peorln Market.
FEOR1 A, III., My 8-Ctmw-Lower;
No. I yellow. f3Uj-78fec; No. 3 yellow, 7Jc;
No. 2, 73c; No. I. 76o; No. 4 72c; no grade,
64c.
OATS Higher; No. I white, 0jNHc; No.
4 a bite, 69fec
Mllwaskea Grain Market,
MILWAUKEE. May f!. WHEAT-Ne. 1
northern, $1 No. i n.Mtkra, $LiJ;
July. $1 ITSfl 17'.
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