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TITK OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: ATOITi 10. 1910.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Wheat Ooei Higher on Heavy Buying:
by Trade.
BEAES COVER UP LINES NOW OUT
Cora .More Active en Imfrtvtmril at
Cash Demand and sympathy Man-
Ifeated with Iptarn la
H the Wkrat PI.
DUllli Inrll inn
After a firm nd steady opening shorts
In the wheat pit began covering their
sslee and aiueo. by new buying by -the
wuiii bviii me new crop wneai
future sharply higher, htntu and Ne
braska have hud nu rain and (laid report
are claiming further deterioration In tne
Slowing- crop.
With some improvement In the caiih de
mand the corn market l more anive and
prlt-e loilowed the advance In wheat.
WhMAt U. firm -nA V. t t. ........ tl..
tart. Short covered freeiy and lack of
offering with complaint of dry weather
giving the most strength. Unles there la a
decided chance for the better In weather,
condition In Kaneaa and Nebraska, much
micner price are predicted for next week.
The corn market rallied barely ateadv,
atrenth In wheat and better cash demand
prevented lower price. The altuatlon Is
not soot yet and a more active demand
Is necessary before any advance la likely.
Primary wheat receipt were 429.0O9 bu.
-....-,,,,,,, -r- JW((W) du against re
V'PJ" '""t year of 675.WO bu. and anipments
Primary corn Tlw.fr.ts wr 428.000 bu
iid shipment were i.oi.iiOO bu., axainst re
celpts last year of 604,000 bu. and ehipments
of 4B1.0UO bu. -
Clearances wre 49.O0O bu. of corn,' SOO bu.
of oau and wheat and flour equal to M0.OU0
bu.
Liverpool closed unchanged to !1 lower
on wheat and unchanged on corn.
JUocal ranut of oiuious:
Articles. Open. High. Low. Clone. Ye'y.
Wheat
May. ..it 0H
July...l 01 Va
Corn I
may.
July.
O la
May. July.
1106V,
1 01'4
MS f M'4
65 I
" 41V4
894 I 39V.
I 06'4 1 rS4 'I 06l
1 01 't 1 01 ' 1 00
63',, 54 Mi
I 68 . W 6GV
40 41t 40"a
. 39'i S34 3ft'
Carlo Receipt.
' Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago u 133 63
Minneapolis. 184
Omaha 9 82 S
Duluth 107 .. ' ..
CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Feat a res of th Trading- and Closing
Prlcea 00 Board of Trad.
CHICAGO, April .-Wheat prices ad
vanced more than lc today on reports of
chinch bugs in the wheat fields of Kansas.
1 he market closed at almost the top piilnl
of the duy, wltn the July and September
deliveries each showing a net gain of 1
lJic torn and oat advanced with wheat
and closed at about the best mark. Pro
vision also ruied firm.
The bulge In wheat was inaugurated
about the middle of the session. tieveral
local houses received message rrom their
representatives In the southwest which
claimed that the chinch bug had appeared
in Kansas. Advices from MIhhouh also
claimed M-hf-ai u' k.inu in 1. ....... .... ,i..
Mian flic, ihrse dispatches started active
buying. From l.U654al(K the July de
livery advanced to while the 8ip
a?m.,r.op.!on.ln tno meantime rose rrom
' to l.W'ffl.03. There was liberal
realizing on the upturn, but all offerings
were readily taken. The market closed
active and strong, with July at 1.0tS(&1.0ttt
and September at 11.031. .
Trading In coin was fairly active. The
l..1HV. u,vnc8 In wheat - was the chief
bullish Influence. The market for the cash
grain was steady to c higher. No. 3 yel
l!w "'d ' -.u6Vc. May ranged between
6y68c and 6s-tc. The close was strong,
May bP.lng"atU6aHc,ned ,0
-Oat were firm nearly all day. owing to
buying by short and elevator Interest
t baaed on the strength of other grain. May
old jetween ,. The market
May ai f 42'c ,4C l C' W,th
ni,r.h-,Hi?"" S10.?"1 f'r"U FlnaI Quotation
on the May delivery: Pork, ll!4.1iV,, a net
fih? w5WHcs,,rt Wher;
1 lbs, 813.27', up 6c compared with the pre
vious close. ,
'tin leading futures ranged, as follows: ,
lh.. nominal; natural white, M to M 1H .
4vvfi4c; clipped while. 84 to 42 Inn., 47tf
Bl1 The option market was without
transaction, closing unchanged. May, nom
inal. Receipt. l.t0 bu.; shipment. 6"0 bu.
HAT-Steadv; prime, 81 1: No. 1, 11.10;
No-, i, fNjl.fl0; No. a, 0ufiftc.
HII'KS Firmer; Central America, C4U
23c; BHr'ta. 22-i.f2.1c.
LEATHER Sieady: hemlock firsts. 2?f
2c; seconds, 23t(27c; thirds. 22'62."c; rejected,
20 a 21 c.
PnOVISION Pork, steady; mes,
02l7.i; famllv, 27.BOfiMOO; short cloar.
2 fJ2 50. Beef, firm; mess. !5 0Vfi 1 00;
family, l Vfi 19.60: beef hams, U OOj 20 00.
Cut mee.1 dull; pickled belli". 10 to 14 lbs.,
$l..Wijri7.00; pickled ham. 15(V( 17.00. tjHrA.
tead-y; middle west, prime. ll4.2Mi 14.3R; re
fined, ateady; oontlnent, $14 0; South Amer
ica, $15 ; compound. I0. 2oi 10.50.
TALIXW Firm; prime city, hhds, "He;
cotintry, TMiflTV
HH'K-Steady; domfi--llc, 3fi'6V4c.
BCTTER 8tron; receipts. J.527 tierce.
Creamery specials, 33c; held second to sp.
ctals, 24310; process, firsts to specials. 244
4jRo; western Imitation cremery, 2.iVii28c,
KOOS4 Firmer: western storage, select.
23Vy624e; western, regular packed, entra
flrwts, 23&23Hc; western firsts, 'i:i1i23c;
soirinern, regular packed, firsts, z-'ifc.
FOl.LTRV Alive, steady; fowls, IHMrfli
10c; turkeys, 14ilc. Dressed, firm; fowls,
li'UlSc; turkey. i;2.lc.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Speculative Sentiment Unsettled in
Wall Street Markets.
WHEAT COMMANDS ATTENTION
la Watched for Appraisement of Coa.
dltloaa of Governaneat'a (a-aa
Report Baa k Utatemeat
Ikewi Weakaesa.
WEATHER IN TUB GRAIN BELT
Ralalaar la the Month, bat No Proe
perta for Thl Cectloa.
OMAHA. April V, 1910.
Kalns are falling this morning In New
Mexico and Texas and unsettled weather
continues on the Pacific slope, with rains
on tha upper coast. Generally ciear weather
prevails thl morning from the Rocky
Mountain east over the contra! valley to
tho lower lake and no appreciable precipi
tation has occurred In that territory suvce
the preceding report. It I cloudy in the
lower lake region,-the extreme upper Onto
valley and east to the Atlantic coast. Tem
peratures are decldealy higher In the Ohio
valley, lower lake region and eastern states
and a alight but general rise Is shown In
all other portions. The weather will con
tinue fair In this vicinity tonight and Sun
day. wtlh no Important change in tempera
ture. The following knows the temperature and
precipitation tor the last three year:
, , 1?10- 1909. lit. 1907.
Minimum temperature ..62 32 3U SI
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 .00
Norman temperature for today, 4s de
grees. Deficiency In DreclDitatlnn slnr'a March 1
2.01 Inches. .
Deficiency corresponding period in 1909.
1.1s inches.
Deficiency corresponding period In ' 190S.
1.33 Inches.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
Cora and Wheat Hearloa Rallrtla.
For Omaha. Neb., for the twentv-fmir
hour ending at 8 a. m.. 75tii meridian
time, Saturday, April 9, 1910: . .
OMAHA DISTRICT.
Temp Rain-
Stations. Max. MIn. fall.
Ashland, Neh 75 S8
Artlcla. Open. Hlgh. Low. I Cloe. Ytfy.
Wheat
May
July
r'ept.
Corn
Msv
July
Mept.
Oats
May July
Kept.
J'ork
Mav
July
Wept.
Lard
Mav
July
ept.
Ribs
Mav
July
Kept.
1
!1 12'Vi 1 13 1 12 1 lTO-.l 1 1-v.
I OiMs 1 (KU t n-n.v i n Li i 1 ix?
I 03H) 1 0."4 'I 0J-,'l 0247,
168
T
'l IS cnu, M,
61T62,hv,)4 81-Vfi2H&k
4i5iri!
-!4l
38
24 10
21 OTi
23 7:i
13 60 1
13 10 I
13 00
IS 25
12 7H
24 17U
24 S2:
23 j
13 7i
13 20
U 07H
13 27'4
13 024
12 874 13 90
4141 42'i
3V,i 40
37137 VsWH
23 BO
21 OS
23 tifi
13 47!
IS 07'i
13 974
tS 2?'J
12 !V4
12 Ki
24 12!
24 27 W
2.)
13 621'
13 17(4
13 06
13 27fJ
13 on
12 90
82
41'i
3ST
37H
24 03
24 'iO
2i 824
13 474
13 10
12 974
IS 22V,
12 92i
12 824
No t ' "
Cash quotation were aa follow;
! LOUR Weak; winter patents, if.. 205 'w-
V?i&5i,.Mi,K!;''- 4;?fi:K'; "Prinu straights
4.70(B4.90; bakers, 3.tiinu.rtt.
RVF-No. 2, 7'.ii880o.
BARLEY Feed or mixing, 42tfMe; fair
to choice malting. 67f6o
SKF.DS Flax, No. 1 southwestern. $2.24
i- 1 nlY,tSwe,tern 2-S4- Timothy. 4.8j.
Clover, 112.60.
T.KPVi,S10.NS-M'," Prk- P'r lbl-. 124 1-4
i,26-..,L',r,1 P"- 100 lbs., ns.974. tihon
r bs, slden (loose). $i;i.00(j 13.27M.-. Short clear
Ides (boxodl. l4.0Oj 14.20.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
rj""' o m.WO bu. Primary receipts w.r
4H',000 bu.. compared with 675,0(10 bu. the
corresponding day a year ..
Fatlmated receipts for Mondav: Wheat
"l m head' "' ' eai"S' 0t',, S' ar,; h8''
Chicago Cash Prices-Wheat: No. 2 red
1 'U 5: No. J hard,
I1.1I41.1S4: No. S hard. 1.0,Va1I14- No. 1
northern spring. $1.(S1.12. Corn: No. 2
cash 686(i4c; No. S cash. 651156c-' No. 4.
ESf-i N?V wn,t- S'Tc: No. Z white,
H'87c; No. I yellow, M4iSAic: No. 3
yellow 6taM4e, tats: No 2 white. 44-.
4-Sc; No S white. 41t4c; No. 4 white, Si
14e; standard. 4844.
BCTTKR liaay; creameries, t831c;
ia'rles,. Sk'JRo. '
KJU8-Recelpts, 2.0 case; easy; at
mark, rases hioluded. 18200; firsts. 204;
prime first. 2140.
t'HKKSK - Steady; daisies. 14fll44r
twin, iswisv: Voung Americas, 14W14'4c
long horns. U'ii m4c.
lOTATOKS-k;nsy: cholca to fancy, ft
tte; fair to good, 23ae.
POULTRY-Ka.y; turkey. 16814c;
chicken. I80; prlng, iSc.
. VI;AwU-E"y: 60 10 -lb- wt . W4c; m
toSfr-lb. T.U.. Bllc; 86 to lHMb. wts , 11
Reoelpta-Today: Wheat. 12 cara; corn
liV'.1.0"18-' Wcr- Climated Mondav:
Wheat, 9 car; corn. 196 cats; ot. ii cars.
RKW VOUK BEKAL MARKET
ftuolatloa of tho Day on tarloaa
loaaaaodltlrs.
NEW VOKK, April .-FI.Ol R,-Mai ket
dull and about aiead) ; aprlng paients. 15 60
; ainter atralght. $t.Mi6.86; winter
patent!, 8.00; winter atralghts, 14 64 76
wlnter extras, No. I. S4.8W) 4.90; winter ex
tnaa, No. S, 84.30ff4.46; Kansaj straight
K'fi5 20. Itecelpts. 24.745! bbia.; ahipments'
24.654 bbl. Rye flour, quiet; fair to food'
84 2Mi4 45; choice to fancy, II.6094.S&.
CORNMEAL Steady; fine while and vel
low. 11.4541.60; coarse. 81.,jl.40; kiln dried,
3.30.
RYE-Nominal; No. t Western, 694i f. o.
b. New York.
WHEAT-tipot. firm; No. 1 red. 81.22.
nominal. . I. f.; No. 1 northern. 81.234. f.
o. . b. opening navigation. Opilotia were
iulet, tout prlcea wera firmer on light offer
ing and covering by short on re-porn of
chinch bugs in the southwe.it, closing tit
Vfto net advance. May closed at 81 80'.
July closed at 81 U4 and September closed
at 81 10. Receipts, lx.Ouu bu.
CORN Spot msrket ateadv; steamer,
Wee. nominal, and No. 4. 6c. both el
VMor, export basis; export No. 1. 24c, f.
. b. Tha option market was althout trans
actions, closing unchanged. Export sales
noro 3 loads. Mav closed at Sio. July at
7'lc and September at 704c. Receipts
U bu.; ahipineiK... izi bu.
OATa-Spot u.arket uuiot: mixed. M to 32
.00
Auburn,- Neb. ....-75 -,'36 " .00
a ken Bow. Neb. 79 34 .00
Columbus, Nob.. -78 3i .tiO
Culbe'rtson, Neb.."fc0 45 ' ,W)
Falrbury, Neb..., 79 36 ..00
Fairmont, Neb... 74 HS .00
Or. Island, Neb.. 78 36 .00
Hartington, Neb. 7 32 .00
Ilastlnga, Neb.... 75 41 .00 '
hloldrege. Neb. .."76 42 .00
Oakdale, Nob 75 40 .00
Omaha. Neb 72 48 .10
iekamah. Neb... 74 .'to .00
Alta. la 72 '41 .00
Carroll. Ia 71 38 .00
Clarlnda, la 75 36 . 00
Sibley, la 74 33 -.00
'bloux City, la... 72- 48 .00
Sky.
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
"lar
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
. Clear
Cli-ar
Clear
Clear
Clear
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending lilt, m, f Not Included In
averages.
LilSTRICT AVERAGES.
No. of Temp Rain.
Central. Station. Max. Mln. inches
uoiumDua, o 17
Louisville, Ky 19
Indianapolis, lnd.. 12
Chicago, 111 26
St.' Louis, Mo...'.. 18
De Moines, la.... 14
Minneapolis, Minn.. 30
Kausaa City. Mo.. 24
Omaha, Neb 19
60 38
74 . 42
It 42
74 40
78 ' " , 4S-
72 . 40
7! - 38
78 44
76 .38
fair, with'
track, 8IO0
116.0 19. 00;
preclable precipitation, throughout tho corn
and wheat belt during the last twenty-four
hours. Warmer weather prevails throurh
out the entire belt, and freezing tempera
ture are reported only In the upner lake
rtion: , A. WELSH. ,
Local Forecnter. Weather Bureau.
- St. I.oala General Market.
ST.' LOUI8,' April 9: WHEAT Higher1
May. 81104; July,- 8104H- Cash steady;
track, No. 2 red, 81.164; No. 2 hard, Jl.ll
CORN Higher; May, 5959c; July, 624
624c Cash, higher; track. No. 2, 604W
61o; No. 2 white, 624c.
OATS Firm; May, 414c; July, 39c. Cash.
1mJt'"a.ek No- - l So- 2 white. 46c
RYE Nominal; 8014c.
. i,,IjOLTR Du"! red winter patents, 8.7.40a
5.80; extra fancy and straignt, U&'S6.J&
hard winter clears, 83.7ti4.00.
SEED Timothy. 83.00to3.50. " '
CORNMEAL 13 25.
BRAN Dull; eacked, east
1.08.
HAY Steady; timothy,
prairie. 8'2 uO&W.tlO.
BAUUINIM'iC.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
.'oPJLloVIStON8Pork unchanged; lobbing
h,V- H''"1, hl'1'-i prime steam. 813.6244
13784 Dry salt meats, lower; boxed, ex
tra shorts, 814.75: clear ribs, 14.7i; short
clear. 815.124. Bacon, unchanged; boxed
extra ahort, 818.374; clear ribs, 816.374;
short clears, 816.824.
POULTRY Firm ; chickens, 16c; springs
20c; turkeys, 21c; ducks, 16c; geese. Sc.
BUTTER-Steady;. creamery, .27&33C
EUGS-Weak; 204c.
" " ' ... ' ' ' Receipt. Shipments.
Hour, bbls 6,100 4,500
Wheat, bu 28.500
Corn. . bu 71.900 67.600
Oats, bu....... 1 49.600 24,009
Kansas City iirala and Provlaloaa.
KANSAS CITY. April 9. WHEAT-Mav
81.07Tktjl.08, sellers; July. 81.0lT4Hjil.O2. sellers1
September, 99To bid. Cash, unchanged; No.
.' hard. 8l.lO9i.i2; No. 3. fl.07frl.10; No. 2
red, 81.15ti 1.18; No. 3, 8l.Of15jl.l6. ,
CORN May, 684c bid: Julv, 559',c
bid; September, 684c. Cash, Irregular; lo
lower to 1c higher; Xo. 2 mixed, 6i9c;
No. 3. 62V67c; No. 2 white, 68y6Jc; No. 3
53M574C.
OATS-Unchanged; No. 2 white, 44(S46c:
No. 2 mixed. 42(r44c. ."'
RYE 74e.
HA Y I'nchanged: choice timothy, 815 00
J",,i,Llr"' 11-28;" choice alfalfa
BUTTER Unchanged; creamery extras
30c; firsts, 28c; seconds, S6c; packing stock.
lU4c. . ....
k.t!US -Unchanged; current receipts, new
casts. 86.00; miscellaneous casts, 85 96
southerns, 8i.70; storage packed. 84o : '
rteeeipis: Shipments.
45,000 .. 30V
'iJ.OOO 16.OJO
1 M.0IW , .S.'WIO
litat. bu.
t'oin, bu...
Uais, bu...
Hllnaakrt (irala
MILWAUKEE, April '
No
market.
9. FLOUR
WHEAT No. 1 northern, $1.18116;
BARLEY Samples, 486S4c.
Snaar and Slolasaes.
NEW YORK.' April 9,-SUtJA R-Rw,
easy; muscovado. 8a test, 3 86c; centrifugal
.ILL""- 4 3Hc- Molassea sugar. 89 test. a...le.
HVflned. steady; cut haf. 06c: crushed
5.96c; nionld A. 6.iOc; cubes, 6.6rtc; powd'inwl
5 35c; XXXX powdered, 6.40--; granu ated
.HiH': !'nionrt A, 6 25c; confectioners' a!
5 0c; No. 1, 5.00c: No. 2. 4.y.-- im jni.,.
..... -, iii. . f.s-.ip-,- ro. s.
No. ,. 4 0c; . No. 8, 4 .c;- No. .
No. 10, 4 55c; No. II, 4.50c; No. 12.
No. 18, v; No. 14. 4 40c.
MOLASSF.S-gulet; New Orleans
ket lie, 324i 42c.
Oils and Rosin.
SAVANNAH. April 9 TURPENTINE
Jlrm o80 4; sales. 1 1 ( bl.ls. ; rerelpTT
a!. !','!' "'"Pments, 295 bblt.; stock'
ROSINKlrm: sales. 78 boxes; receipts.
31 boxes; shlpmenta, 2.496; stock. 79,834
uot- B.. 34 20; ). 84 40; E
7JH; H. 35.10; 1. 85 40: K 20; m
88.26; N. 3 30; WO, 88.46; WW. 86 60.
. Ol I. t i l y- April 9. OILS t'rdlt bal
ances. 115 ' bbls. ; runs, 90.414 bbls.; aver
age, mi. 38 bill.; shipments, 2J" M7
bbls.; average, 245.382 bbls. '
4.75c;
4.6.)c;
4 4ic;
open
' Ur Uooala Market.
NEW YORK. April 9.-DRY C.OOD?-Tra
market was quiet for the day. A firmer
tone la shown In donatio cottons, but
trading Is yuiet Yarn rul dull. Print
aie Inactive, and gtnahama steady Wide
sheetings and 4-4 bleached goods rule
steadier. Fine and fancy cotton are in
llnht c?l. Hosiery and underar are
quiet. IJnecin are firm and burlaps steady
at low iprlcea. .
NEW YORK. April 9-Tha stock mar
ket today remnlned under tha Influence of
much the same factors as on preceding
day and reflected tho continued unset -
tlement of speculative sentiment growing
otrf of till situation.
Tha wheat market waa attentively
considered for an appraisement of the con
dition of the government crop report by
actunl dealer in wheat, but with the re
serve due to th belief In the existence
of fictitious speculative condition In the
wheat market.
Tli . arrival , in New York yesterday of
a ship, with a cargo of 10,009 balsa of cot
ton from - Liverpool waa regarded aa sig
nificant of the artificial condition In the
commodity markets. These conslgnmonta
are designed for delivery against May con
tract in New York and to . break tho
thratened corner.
The engagement of gold for next Wednes
day's faat steamer began today and large
additions to the engagements for sailing
day were connldeitd certain. Th Indon
discount market waa firm and foreign ex
change ratea here rose again In spita of
the gold engagements.
The bank statement, while not aa weak
as 'it waa feared It might be, showed noth
ing to Indicate that the policy of the banks
In the loan market would be changed.
With next week's gold outgo already in
augurated, a further scaling ,down of
loans by the banks seem likely.
Bunds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value, 81,438,000.
United States 3s. registered, have ad
vanced 4 P"r win and the 4s, registered,
have declined Vi t.er cent In the bid price
on coll during the week.
Number of sales and principal Quotation
on stocks were as follows:
galas, tilth. Low. Ulam
PAPER 449
... Ji nr treasurer cf the United State.
bsh.iihz; subsidiary sliver coin, 821.-
"". Ji; minor coin. 861.281.431: tot
balance In general fund. 889.668.860.
w,Yark Money- Market.
NEW YORK. April 9-MONEY-On call,
nominal; time loan, stronger; sixty and
""'f Vdtv per cent; alx months,
'Hifl per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILK
per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGR-Flrm. with ac
tual business In bankers' bills at. 84 M1(M
4 8425 for sixty-day bills and at 84 .870 for
uemann; commercial bills, 84.834'(l4 4.
fti.vr.K Hr, 624c; Mexican dollars. 44c.
MIL-NUB uovernment. steady; railroad, ir
regular..
Closing quotation on bond were
ioiiows:
..1ilnt. Met. 4va ms
..10. Int. M. M. 4a -
..'OlVtK. C. So. 1M la rH
.101 14 L. g. deb. 4a 1ii.... S.114
..lHStL. N. ant. 4 "'
..lit , K. T. lat 4s.. a4
.. T do cm. 4a U
..no mo. rarinn aa 7
..loiHN. R. K. of at. 4Ha. 4t
.. (1N. Y. C. ( IS4a K4
. .llWat Sn Amh. 4m m4U.
Atrhlann en. 4a hh tr aa 1M
no ct. 4a iiu.n. a w tmt dm all
...11414 CT. 4S l'Kl,
... H tnton Paeifle 4a !
... M4 do la A.. 7IH
... soho. s. Ls rra. 4a ti
... tottPann. ct. tfea lots. . Ml
... as -ao can. 4a......r..io4
.KfTMReadlnt (n. 4a m
V. g. raf. K rat.
aa eovpon
O. t. U rt
do coupon
re,
do eoueoa .. .
Alllt.(.Th. lat te..
Am. A. (a
Am. T. A T. ct.
Aa., Tobacco 4a...
oo
::
Allla-Chalmera pfd .......
Amalgamated Copper -
Amerkian Agricultural ...
Am. Beet Sugar
American Can
Am. C. & F
Am.' Cotton Oil
Am. H. L. prd .I.
Am. Ica Securities
American Llnaeed ,
American Locoraottva ....
Am. 8. & R.
Am. 8. A R. pfd
Am. Steel Foundrlaa ,
Am. Kusar Reflntnf.t
Am. T. T ,
Am. Tobacco pfd
American Woolen
Anaconda Mlnint Co
Atchison
AtchUen pfd
Atlantic Coaat Una
Baltimore A Ohio
Bethlehem Steel
Brooklyn Rapid Tr....
Canadian Pacltic
Central Leather
Central Leather pfd
Central of New Jersey
Chesapeake aV .Ohio
Chlcato Alton
Chicago Ot. W., new
c. "a", w. pfd
Chicago aV N. W
C. M. & St. P
C, C, C. 4k 8t. L
Colorado F. tc I I
('clot-ado V Southern
Consolidated Oaa ....
Corn Products
Dataware aV Hudson
Denver A Rio Oranda...
P.. R. o. pfd
Distillers' Securities .
Erie "...
Rrla lat pfd
Brie Sd pfd : .-.
General Electric ........
Great Northern pfd
Oreat Northern Ore ctfa.
Illlnola Central .........
Intarbot-ough . Mat
Int. Mat. pfd'.
International Harvester
Int. Marina pfd
International Paper ....
International Pump ....
Iowa Central
Kansas City Bo
K. C. So. ptd ,
Laclede tias
LoutsTtlte aV N
Minn, it St. L
M., St. P. aV 8. 8. M...
M . K. A T
M., K. 4V T. pfd
Missouri Pacific
National Biscuit
National Lead
N. R. R. ot M. 3d pfd..
New York Central
N. Y.. O. ft W
Norfolk A Wavtern
North American .A
Northern Pacific
Pacific Mall
Pen na Ivan la
People'a Gas
P., C, C. ft St." L
Pittsburg Coal
Pre.'d Steel Car.
Pullman Palace Car
Railway Steel Spring
Reading
Republic Steal
Republic Steel pfd
Rock Island Co
Ruck Island Co. pfd.....
St. L.' A 3. P. id pfd...
St. Louis 8. W
St. Li 8. W. pfd
Sloss-Sheffleld 8. ft I...
Southern Pacific
Southern Railway
So. Railway pfd
Tenneaaea Copper
Tens it Pacific
T., St. L. ft W
T.. St. U ft W. ptd
I'nlon Pacific
t'nlon Pacific pfd
U. 8. Realty
U. 8. Rubber
V. 8. Steel
V. S. Steel pfd
litah Copper
Va. -Carolina Chemical .
Wabash
Wabash pfd
Western Maryland ctfa..
Weettnghouee Electric ..
Western , I'nlon
Wheeling ft L. K
30l
27,100
"00
mo
1,100
200
3714
73
SH
10
824
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1
84
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604
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4.80O 77 4
200 114
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300
300
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74
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400
100
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1.300
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8,100
600
400
200
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12,600
300
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1,100
1.600
100
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114
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London t'loaln Stock.
LONDON, April 8. American securitie
opened lower today on the United States
Department of Agriculture crop report and
bear prtssure. Prices hardened alightly
near the close, but the market finished dull
and from 4 higher to lower thart yea
terday'a New York closing.
Contola. money 814 Louisville, ft N 1524
d) account 81 5- 4 M., K. ft T 414
...76 N y.. central
... tHNorfolk ft W...
...1144 do pfd ,
...1064 Ontario ft W....
...1134 PennsyWanla
tnadlan Pacific. ...1864 Raiid Mloea ,
Cheaapeaka ft 0 14 Readlna
Chicago O.-.W W48outliarn Ry
Chi.. Mil. A St. r...l414 do pfd...-.
De Beers 14 Southern Pacific
Denver ft Rio O -404 Union Pacific
do pfd....,
Amal, t'opper.....
Anaconda
Atchison
do pfd 1
Baltimore ft Ohio
1244
......106 .
3
44
4
84
....... 684
31
45
.1264
xi
. 64
.128
. 14
. 464
84
to do ptd
Eris 2T4U. 8. Steal.
do let pfd 4t4 do pfd....
'to 24 ptd :,'.... 88 Waaaari ....
drsnd Trunk 24 do ptd....
Illlnola Central 1414PranWh 4a
, eiL.v r-.lt Har. steady at i -iBd per ox.
' AiO.Sfc 1 2(ii3 per cent.
. The rate of discount in tha open market
for ahort bills is 34 per cent; for, three
months' bills, 816-18 per cant.
I . (
- Local - Becarltieaw - '
'Quotation furnished by Eamus tturua,
jr.. 814 few I oik L.11 DUiidlDsT. ume.na:
Bid. Asked.
Altna. Neb., city of
ttea trice Creamvry. com
( Ity ot Omaha 44s, lit
illy vt Oraaiia 44)', l-'l
t Ity ot Omaha 44, .lsit7..
Cuitahy backing Co. da
(Mumbys. Neo.. B. L. 1st mort....
-atrniont Craamory, ptd
Iowa Portiaiid t-mm .6e. :..
Iowa Periland cement fon. 6a
Nebraska Municipals, t per cent....
Nabratka Tel. fforh,- 6 per cent.....
No. Platte Val. lrrl. Co. ea. 1W....
Oinaha Water Co. 6s. ll
Omaha Water tV. te, llrM
(imaha Water Lo. 2tl ptd
(Kaaha Oaa 5a. Mi
Omaha E. L. P. '-. itlt
Omaha k. L. pfd. 8 par cent
tnuaha St. Ky. ea. 1UI4
Oinaha ft C. 8. St. Hy. 6a. 1124
OtnaUa A C. B. St. Ry. pU
Omana ft f. B. at. Ky. coat
Omaha C. B. Ry. ft B.. p.'d
Pscltlc T ft T. e.. 1137
Shravaport O. ft B. ts, 140
South Omaha, ttty of....
TctM-ke Ky. 6e, lJ0...a
Wright ft Wtlhelmy lo
t'nlon T. eiock. to. Omaha
To net 4 ptr oau.
Mm
l''
M'V,
lot
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Trrasary ntatrauenl.
WASHINGTON. April 8. The condition
of-the treasury at the beginning of butil
nueea today waa as follow:
Trust r'tinda tlold coin, 8852.477.888;
silver dollars, 84)11. 027. 000; silver dollar
of 1880, 8,786.000; silver certificate out
standing. 846.027.000.
timer I Fund Standard sliver dollars
in genersl fund. 8814.861.000; current lla
hilittea. 81'. 61 1,048: working balance In
treasurer offices. 82 8,4;3,"?0, lu lanka to
do ct. ta.
At. C. U let
ual. ft Ohio 4a... .
do 14a
do 8. W. 14a
Brk. Tr. ct. 4a ....
Oan. of Oa. 8a
Oen. Leather 6a....
a f 1. J g. f,...
onio 44.. 101481. U 8. W. c 4.... 714
- .m. !, ao let told 4a... tl4
"-v m. h, sm.. 7Basoard A. 1 4a
1004 St. L. ft S. r. fa. ts. tt
.124 do ken 6 84
Q. J. 4a
c.
44s.
C, B. ft
do sen
C. M. ft B P,
C. R. I. ft p.
do rfe. ie.
Oolo, lnd. 6a.,
Colo. Mid. 4a
C- 8. r. ft e
D. ft H. ct. 4s.
D. ft R. o 4.
do ref. 6a
Distillers' 5a ,
Erie p. I. 4a...
do gen. 4a..,.
do ct, 4a. sat
do serlea B...
Oen. Klec ct.
111. cen. 1st ret. is.
Bid. offered.'
r4So. Pactflo eol. 4a
t4 do ct. 4a..
g 14a e4 0 1st ref
71,80. Railway 5a. .
84 do gen. 4a
78 Union Pad No 4a...
77 do ct. 4s
t?4 do lat ft ref. 4a..
4U. 8. Rubber ts
.. '.I64U. 8. Steal 2d 6a...
.. t34Va.-Cara. ( hern. ta.
.. 724Wabaah 1st 5a
.. 834 do 1st A ei. 4..,
.. 74 Western Md. 4s
.. 78 4 West. Elec. ct. 5a..
.. 70 Wis. Central 4e
5....lSf4Ma. Pac ct. 5a ctfs
74
44
104
..1
5
...l'S)
... 78
...l'K)
...107:
... t74
...103
1044
W
IO84
704
854
874
t.l
83H
Iloston BItatnar Stock.
losing quotation on
BOSTON, April 8.
minimr stocks:
anouei
A ma I. Copper
A. Z. L. ft S
Arlsona Com
Atlantic
B. c c. ft c, rcte.
B. ft C. C. ft 8. M.
Butte Coalition
Cai. ft Arlsona
Cel. ft Hecla
Centennial
Copper Range c. C..
Ksst Buite C. M..,.
Franklin
434 . Miami Copper 23 .
. 724Mohawk 44
. 254Nevada Con 204
. lT4Nlplaalnt Mines 14
. 7 North Butte 4... 8:4
17 North Lake 144
124nid Dominion 36
204Oaceola
. 6 Parrott 8.
.575 Qulney ...
. 18 Shannon ..
. 84Superlor
t Superior ft
.14348upertor
ft C...
Glroux on 774 Tamarack
Granby Con 44 V. 8. C
Qreane Cananea t4U. 8. 8. R.
Isle Royale Copper. 164 do pfd ...
Kerr Lake ist uh Con. .
Lake Copper ........ 604 Winona ....
La Salle Copper 14 'Wolverine .
Asked.
O
ft M.
..144
.. 164
. . 804
.. 114
.. 43
.. 124
.. 124
.. 54
.. 814
.. 42
.. 494
.. 114
.. 74
..114
New York Curb Market.
The following quotations are furnished
by Logan & Bryan, 315 South Sixteenth
street: ,
18 Ooldfleld Cons.... 7 7-16
174 Greene cananea 84
804 Inspiration 74
8 Larose 44
134 Nevada-Utah 1
14 Ohio Copper 14
24 Ray Central 34
14 Swift Pkg. Co 1044
674 Silver Pick 124
144 Tonopah Mlnint 64
74 Trinity Copper 64
Bay State Gas.
Boston Cons....
Btitta Coalition
Cactus
Cnino
Chief Coiaa
Dayla-Daly ....
Ely Central
Ely Cons
Krsnklln
Glroux
New York Mining; Stocka.
NEW YORK, April 9.-CIosing-tatlons
on mining- stocks:
Allrl '. 18S l.eadrille Con ..
Brunswick Con 8
Com. Tunnel atock... 10
.... 16
.... to
.... 70
...166
do bonds
Con rial., ft
Horn Silver
Irort Silver .
Ottered.
Uttla Chief
Mexican
Ontario
Opttlr
Standard
Yellow Jacket
. quota-
.... 6
.... 4
....126
....260
....:60
.... 66 .
... 80
New York Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, April .-The statement of
clearing house banks for the week show
that the banks hold 8ri,S30,rW) mora than
tha requirements of the 25 per cent reserve
rule. This I a decrease of $4,178,775 in the
proportionate cash reserve as compared
with last week.
The statement follows:
Decrease.
Loans
Deposits
Circulation
Legal tender
Specie
Reserve
Reserve required . .
Surplus
;x-U. S. deposit.
.11.242(578.600
.. l,227.64.2t)0
48.408,000
65,807,2u0
. 147,614,600
. 318,421.700
,. 306,1191.050
6.5:H).660
6,921,960
t 8,274.800
Z2,4tfl.HO0
107.600
035,71)0
1,168,300
8,7!I4.0U0
6,616,225
4,178,775
4,187.350
The percentage of actual reserves of the
clearing house banks today was 25.66.
The statement of banks of Greater New
York not reporting to the clearing house
shows: '
Loans
Specie
Legal tender ..,
Total deposits
Decrease.
.1,.176,SI4.900
.. 125, 825,300
si.ais.Boo
.. 1.213,275,4(10
Increase,
s 7m, 700
291, tSOO
51,200
4.766.400
Bank Clearings.
OMAHA, April 8. Bank clearings for to
day were 82.273,364.68 and for the corre
sponding date last year were 82,081,046.64.
Monday ....
Tuesday ....
..
Friday
Saturday ...
Totals
1910.
.$ 1.194.613.82
. 2,627. 148.84
. . 2,606,686.00 .
. 2.917,785.26
. 2,861.713.67
. ,273,364,68
1909.
$ 2,56,C54.34
2,478.808.17
2,672,364.72
3.340,332.67
. 2.292,662.70
2.0S 1,046.64
$18,481,211.37 $14,234,796.14
increase over the corresponding week last
year, $2,146,418,28.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Killing- Cattle for Week Quarter to
Forty Cents Higher.
HOGS SHAKPLY LOWER FOR WEEK
(thee) Market Slant laaprowenaeat
liarlnc Latter Half ot tne Week,
Leawlnar Prices Strange te na
na red wltn Week Aajo.
OMAHA. April . 1910.
Cti1e. llor. Sheep.
.Bank of Germany Statement.
' BERLIN, April 8. The weekly statement
of the Imperial Bank of Germany shows
the following changes: Cash In hand, In
creased 48,797,000 marks; loana, . decreased
88.325.000 marks; discounts, decreased 159,
615.000 marks; treasury bills, decreased 21,
318,008 marks; notes In circulation, de
creased 183.017,000 marks; deposit, de
creased 60,127,000 mark; gold In hand. In
creased 37,876,000 marks.
Philadelphia Produce Market.
PHILADKLPHIA. April . BUTTKR
Firm, lc higry-r; extra western creamery,
S5c; extra nearby prints. 36c.
KQOS Firm 4c higher; Pennsylvania
and other nearby first, free cases, 234c,
at mark; Pennsylvania and other current
receipts, returnable cases, 224c, at mark;
western firsts, free oases. 234c, at mark;
western current receipts, free cases, 22c,
at 'mark.
CHEESE Firm, fair demand; New York
full creams, choice, 174&175c; fair to good,
16417c. ..
Merchandise and Specie.
NEW YORK, April 8 Import of mer
chandise and dry goods at the port of
New Vork for the week ending April 4
were valued at $19,288,425.
Importa of siwtiie tor the port of
York for the week enriirg today
$11.871 silver and tlM.We. gt.ld.
Kxporta of specie from the o, rt of
York or the week endlnjt tu'ity
7B,tilO sliver and $7,431,200 goid.
New
were
New
were
Coffee Bra r ket.
NEW YORK, April . COFFEK TPiiiures
oin,i steady at unchanged prlne o a
dwcllre of 7 points, under scatter' d Killing
of th;, late months, which seenvd to lie
partly for Utirupi-an account and pn.-lly in
ins- wav of scattering liquidation, lading
trtt it: I wests gavs- the near month some
support Mnd the inarknt ruled ttincrallv
steady after the opening, with i.ie close
steady net unchanged to 6 tlnts lower
Salea were UI.71WJ bajs. Closing oM- Aprii
arid May, 6 60c; June. 67or-; JTulY, 6.Sic; Au
gust, September, otot,-4- tiniS November
'i.K-r; iMcemher. .: January. 62c; Feb
ruary. .e; March.-.45 84c, .Spot, quiet; No
J Rio. 84: No. 4 fcanlos, 84c Mild. quiet
Cordova. 9Vx(!l34c.
SOUTH
tteelntM mere
Offl.-tal Mnnrlav 1.801 4 6.3?3
Official Tuesday 2.9CS 7.150 6 017
Official Wednesday 8.720 $.63 4"97
Official Thursday 2.5 7.754 8.i04
Offl.ial Friday 919 8.840 2.CIU
Estimate Saturday 13 MM &W
Six days this week....l0.9S4 89.370 ' 12.573
Same day last week. ...15.148 36038 SS.SJ
fame day J week ago.. 22.97 1 39,07 8 84.311
Same days $ weeks ago.. 21. t7 4o.-i8 5--4J
Pame daya 4 weeks ago. .80.914 44.82 8.8si
Same days last year 15.226 40,632 34,14
Tha following table showa tha receipts or
cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha for
the year to data, compared with last year:
1810. 1909. I no- Deo.
Cattle 271.543 262,743 18,802 .......
Hogs 62U.742 7.4,117 IM.sio
Sheep 415,914 476,414 W.oOO
The following table ahowa A'' average
price of hog at bouth Omana tor th last
several days with comparisons:
Date, I 1910. U-O8.UK.1907.!19O8.19OS. 1984.
Uaroh 89.(10 714
March 80
April 1
April
April
April
April
April
April
I
8
4...
10 64
10 60
10 604;
10 694
6.. .10 484
8ki
6 6
$ 78
6 72
8 761
e
6 7:
5 67
6 ;oi
6 79
6 6
S 74
"I
8 Ml
4 48i
8 45
6 47
$ 4KI
1 6 4.H
$ 88
8 80
e
30
6 2
22
6 211
I 0i
i OS
I 161
E If
6 21
6 29
6 Zi
I 14
6 07
ft 01
ft 08
e
ft 14
5 07
S 00
wethers. $7.403 7. tlS; good to rhn're ewe,
$7.ir.-f7.60; fair to good ewe. $685tf7-15
good ewes, 64K,!.l8..
Representative sales:
No. Ar Tr.
000 Mexican lambs (7 $ 60
Chicago lire Stork Market.
CHICAGO. Aptll 1.-CATT1.K Kccrlpta.
estimated at HtsJ head; market steady;
beeves. $5 flotj 60; Texas steers. $.VWH.4t;
testern steers. $6l"at0; stockere and
feeders, A 114.1! 50; cows and heifers. $.'.rii
7.10; calvee, $;.00'(i8.2i.
HtHiS Receipts, estimated at head;
market, 6lj higher; light, $H 1" ,
mixed, $lti 8t!I10.h6; heavy, $l0.3t. lO.tift;
roitgli, $iu.36ajil.46; good to choice heavy,
$10 4? 10.65; pigs. $8.ewtfl0.$0; bulk of aales,
$10.6) u 10. 60.
MMrJKH AND - LAMBS-Receipt, esti
mated at l.Ota) head; market steady; native,
$4.5nru8.-!6; western. $6.0t44.26; yearlings,
$7.3ru8.76; lambs, native, $7.V61i9 60; western,
e$.0Utu9.60.
110 834.1 6 8811 6 71)1 8 46i 6 21
.110 154! 6 901 6 821 I $ 221 6 S6I 4 W
April ... iu iti'M.1 8 90 5 74 8 3b - ei
April 9... 110 1641 6 931 6 741 8 821 $ 231 14 91
'Sunday. .
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union stock yards, ttouth Omaha, for
twenty-four hours ending at 3 o clock p
m. yetserday:
RECEIPTS-CARS.
Cattle. Hoes. SheeD. HVi.
1 . tit 2. w., east.... 1
Missouri Pacific 1
Union Pacltic i
C. A N. W west
C, St. P., M. & O
C. B. & O., east
C, B. & y., west
C, R. I. & P., east.. ..
C. G. W
Total receipts .... 4
DISPOSITION-
11
18
8
4
13
1
1
63
-HEAD.
Cuttle Hnlra
Swift and Company 1.1,211
Cudahy Packing Jo tl l,Da
Ai-mour tt to
Totals
2.039
12 4,749
. Liverpool Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, April . WHEAT-Hpot,
dull; No. 2 red western winter, no stocks
futures, quiet; May 7s 10;d; July. 7s 10d
October, 7a 84d.
CORN Spot, quiet: new American mixed
northern, 6a 84d; old American mixed 6s
8d: futures, dull; July, 6a 6Ud.
FLOUR Winter patents easy, 31 Jd.
- Peoria Market.
PEORIA. April ft-CORN-fnchanged
No. 3 yellow, 6-t!564ci No. 4, IWuM'c; no
grade, 87oi4uc.
OATS Higher; No. $ white, 42t4:4c; No
4 white. 4140.
May lard opened ai $13.60 and ribs at
$i274-
t-Al 1 LE-There were verv few paMU
here today and very little demand, aa Is
tne case usually on a Saturday. The total
ror me weetc has been extremely light,
snowing a laige falling off as compared
with last week and the week before. In
fact, it has been the lightest run of any
week so tar this year. The slump in re
ceipt I plainly due to the break in prices
the week before and Is taken a a sure
Indication that the country ia very bullish
in us views and not prepared to sell on
Dt-eaKs.
Aa a result of tha llrht recelnta hnth
here and at other market Doini. prlcea
this week. In the face of a aood biivlna-
aemana, nave atuadlly worked upward
until at the close of the week beef steer
are all of 264j 40c igher than at the cloe
of last week. Thl mean that the market
is now very nearly, back ta where It wa
the high time. A farther advance of lora
16c would put price up to high a point
as was ever touched In tha history of the
maraei.
Cows and heifers have advanced to the
tame extent aa have beet steers and the
belter grades are about as high us they
have been at any time. Old and inferior
kinds are still rather unsatisfactory seller,
but they are bringing good prloes In pro
portion to the better grades. Bulls, whioh
broke badly last week, have been worklna
Upward, but they are not quite aa high
a at one time.
Blockers and feeders have sold falrlv well
all the week and are around 1625c higher
man one week ago. This means that the
market is very high, and It might be added
that $7.30 was paid th. week for cattle to
go back Into the country on feed.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice mrn.
fed steers, $7.608.10; fair to good cornfed
steers, $7.00i37.DO; common to fair cornfed
steers, $5.75(fi7.00; good to choice cowa and
heifers, I6.00rri6.60; fair to good cowa and
heifers, $5.00ra6.00; common to fair cow and
neners, tz.butib.w; good to choice atocknra
and feeders, $6.O07.30; fair to good ttockers
and feeder, $5.006.00; common to fair
stockers and feeders, $4.00(5.00; stock heif
ers, $3.75(4.50; veal calves, 4.2608.25; bulls
tag, etc.. $3.505.85.
HOGS Quality and weight were scarce
n the hot; yards this mornino-. and win,
total supply light, naturally commanded a
premium. Anything In the way .of good
butcher weight went at figures strong to
nickel higher In SDOts. but - rnmmnn
mixed and light grade were neglected
from start to finish, and at nn time refi
lled prices better than steady. Receipts
amounted to an odd sixty loads; trade was
low throughout and the close dull -nA
weak.
A large share of the sunnlv went or v.
terday s spread, $10. 10 10. 25, with tops un
changed at $10.35.
The trend of the market this week ha
been decidedly lower. Hupplv was fullv
normal, but Wednesday' big slump in
provisions echoed strongly In all of the
hog markets, with the result that prices
broke sharply. Shipping demand has
practically vanished and movement on all
days was slow and forced. Current sale
are a big 40c lower than a week ago.
No.
I. ...
7. ..
70....
74...
61...
84...
71...
71....
65...,
74...
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..467
..lit
..201
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.17
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STAG HOGS.
86. Pr. No.
to 10 10 4
SW 10 JO I
HOGS.
30 10 OA
... 10 00
... 10 OS
... 10 10
... 10 1
... 10 10
... 10 10
... 10 10
... 10 10
... 10 10
40 10 10
to 10 10
... 10 10
... 10 10
40 10 10
to 10 10
MO 10 10
40 10 10
so 10 10
180 10 10
W 10 15,
10 10 114
... 10 16
10 10 :
... 10 16
... 10 14
... 18 14
ItO 10 It
... 10 U
140 10 II
... 10 14
40 10 16
71.
7.
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..230
.824
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..247
..317
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..tit
..841
..til
..848
. t4
..ill
..871
..!41
..til
. .3H
..2ii
..2'
. .?(m
.247
..i.il
..134
..870
..261
..m
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Sh. Pr.
I 10 10
240 10 80
10 10 U
to 10 :s
... 10 ii
...10 174
240 10 10
80 10 80
... 10 )
... 10 10 '
110 10 10
... 10 2
100 10 14
SO 10 80
... 10 M
1 10 to
120 10 m
40 10 114
... 10 11
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40 Ii) ti
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120 IV !.',
10 10
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Kansas City Live Stack Market.
KANSAS C1TT, April 8. CATTLE Re.
celpts, 3U head,. Including 100 southerns.
Market steady; native steers, 86.208.40;
southern steers,' $5.358.00; southern cows,
$3 6tti6.76; native cow and heifers, $3.763
7.25; stockers and feeders, $4.40v8.75; bulls,
$3.80i476.0; calves, $4.00(ft'7.76: western steers,
$6.7Mi8.i6; western cows, $4 0tVir.40.
HOGS Receipts, 2.000 head; market (if
10c higher; bulk, $10.2010.46; heavy, $10.401
10.50; packers and butchers. $10.30(3.10.45:
light, $10.10ral0 35; pigs, 89 0,19 60.
SHEEP AND LA MB.-4 Receipts. 2 000
head; market, steady; muttons, $6.608.00;
lambs, $7.6(rii50; fed western wethers, and
yearlings, tT.pOOj 8.75.
St. r.ools Lire Stork Market.
ST. IXH'IS, April 9 -OATTI.E-Recelpts.
208 head, Including 60 head Texans; market
steady; native beef steers. $6.70(ti8.45; cows
ana netrers, 41.Mrr1s.7v; stockers and feed
ers. $4.0OH6.00; Texas and Indian steers,
$4. 601i 8. 10; cows and heifer. $3.004.35;
calven In carload lots, $2.60(38.60.
HOGS Receipts, 2.000 head; market 6c
higher; pigs and lights. $7.6010.46; pack
ers, $!0.tt( 10.60; butcher and best heavy.
$10.40Ca 10.65. , .
No sheep on sale.
JN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
A '
Sharp Contrasts Displayed in tha
Business Situation.
ACTIVITY IN THE INDUSTRIALS
While llnalnraa tiooil In Maaafnc
tnrlnar l.lue there I Dullness
In a-'lnnnrlal Circles Em
port ShoTT tiuln.
I
NEW YORK, April 9.-R. O. Dun aV
weekly review of tratle lolay tays:
businrss rltuatlin rontlnumi lo
Co.
The
it
In any
broad to define
tratle In the nation
ft. Joseph I.lve stock Market.
ST." JOSEPH. April 9. CATTLE Re
celptn. 100 head; market steady; steers
85.5O'aS.00; cow and heifers, $3.60(3 7 00:
calves, $3.00di8.00. ..
H(Xi8 Receipts, 2,000 head; steady to 6c
higher; top, $10.50; bulk of sales. $10.20SI0 40
SHEEP AND laAMBS-N. market;
lambs, quotable, $8.00419.60.
Stock la Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the five prin
cipal western market yesterday:
Cattle.Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha..'....
St. Joseph... .j....
Kansas City. ......
St. Louis...
Chicago
Totals
.103
.100
.300
.200
.200
6,000
2.000
2,000
2,000
6,000
.903 10,000
2.000
looo
3.61(9
- Cotton Market.
NEW YORK,- April .-COTTON-Markt
opened steady at an advance of 26 points
on the old crop, but unchanged to 2 points
lower on the new In response to easier
cables and week-end realizing. There ap
peared to be little May for sale and that
month held steady at an advance of from
2 to 4 points, but later positions etued off
to a loss of bti9 points during the early
session In the absence of bull support.
Weather advices were considered favor
able. Rumors ot possible labor difficulties
and Lancashire were denied by private
cables. Futures opened steady; Aprll,14 98c
offered; May, 14.83c; June, 14.67c; July,
14.65c; August, 14.15c: September, 13.20c, of
fered; October, 12.64c; December, 12.47c;
January, 12. 45 12.46c.
futures closed steady; April, 14.93c; Mav
14.83c; June. 14.57c; July, 14.56c; August,
" t, otrpii-mucr, tree; uctooer, 12.66c
November, 18.41c; December, 12.40c; Janu
ary, i;.s(c. pot closed auiet: middlinar un.
lands, 15.25c; middling gulf, 16.60c: no sales.
11 v EiitriAjJ.,, April . COTTON Spot,
medium business done; price 6 points
hlgtwr; American middling fair, 8.44d; good
miuaiiner. s.ita: midannsr. 7.uxd: low mid
dllng. i.88d: Rood ordinary 7.63d: nrrlinurv
T.S8d. The sales of the day were 7.000 bales.
of which 600 were for speculation and ex
port ana exciuaea 8,800 American; receipt,
1,000 bales, Including 200 American.
Mlnneapoll Oral Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Anrll wuriT
4i.is Juiy, 11. is; caan, No. 1 hard
ti.ittt; iMo. 1 northern, $1.111.14: No
t.ivut.i2 io.ji nortnem 11 aium
1.104. '
FLAX Closed at $2.64.
CORN No, t yellow, 4462 3ic.
OATS No. S white. S9H38To.
RYE No. 2. 70H74 4c.
BRAN In 100-lb. Back. $20.00.
FLOUR First Pnlanla In VL'rwiH t V.
Minneapolis, $8.80 5.60 ' second patents!
$6.106.30: first clears 84 25ffl)4 US-
ond clears, $3.003.80.
Hay Market. '
OIIAHA. April 8. HAY No. 1. 810 00-
No. 2, $8.00; packing, $6.00. Straw: Wheat,
$7.00; rye and oats, $3.00. Alfalfa, $13.00.
The supply of poor hay Is much heavier
than the demand and nobody want to buy
the poorer quality. The supply of good hay
Is shorter than th demand and the market
remains about the same as H haa for the
last few daya.
. 1 ;
Play Khtirp contrasts Dullness In the flnan-
W.7..1 1 l"oiitrs.ils tvitli an active In-
ntlStrlul OUtUllt. Tl,e i.-.L'. rn,u-la n, -
lliar.1,1,. . t -7
AiitW. 1. '. ,rly trrvxuiar and make
10 81"" lll he siluatton
I'oinNo siirriclently
as u whole.
t,,.i?r .,r,''K"nty Is appai-t-nt In finished
Pi Uiri lro", aIld ,t""1 because of the
l! a w n 1 V apat'ity of the mills. Yet It
Isl't 1'",,""" smu-tural ateel bKk-vlS-
.1 ? f-rat 0-"4"-''r exceed all pre-
..iii.,.. i i , "ml periou wun two ex
.om-V " . il " "' '"at the lea
. .mtiur, conattiiMis exist, as constirrvr
i " yursu8- 1nit attitude and prloe
show some further weakness.
Lxports of cotton eooo Bhow a decided
ga ti in the Philippine titul.. since the en
Si'i.'.1.?' f. th.e "pw l,,riff fimlatlcan. 20.
wu.wo yards bavin been shipped durlnif
V'" Rht """"us ending Krhruai-y, ugalnxt
MWOiju yards In the two previous veara.
curtailment in cotton nulls is becomina;
wklesprea.i nnd tleinttntl for worsted In
nien a wear is to UrIU that many loom are
Idle.
Trade In footwear Improves Gradually
and Is much belter than weeks ago. Th
question 0f values Is Ick of a disturbing
element.
Si
exer-
crop un-
liltlh level of
except for ab-
Toledo Seeal Market.
TOLFPO, O.. April 9 fOCEDH r-lover,
caah. $7.30; April. $r76: Oct.er. $6 6'); De
cember. $6 46; rejected. $6 65; negle-tnd, 14 25.
Timothy, prime. $2 16. Alslke, pi lino, $7.60,
neglected, 5 (A . . .
SHLk-P Only two or three small ship
ments of lamos were received today, tne
best Mexicans selling at fj.M. steady with
yeateruay, and Incidentally tne best pi.ee
paid llila week.
bupply for Hi week haa consisted iargi-lv
of lamb, most of them wooled. and the
total count 1 but little more than half a
large a last week' run. A sharply con
tracted eastern demand at the opening was
strongly reflected at this point and prlcea
suffered conaidei ably, but lighter supplv
during the lata two or three days Induced
a bolter furling In packing circles unci
early declines have inore man been re
Itair.ed. The market hux been very uneven,
nowevvr. and it I a doubtful ir current
prices ate much better than strong, a
compared wan last Meek a clone. Prime
Mexican lambs aro quotable up to $.1. .5,
with the ordinary run of tho atufr going
about 75c441. lower than the hlj;h time
thus far una sen Hon. There have been no
shorn lambs or sheep of consequent oil
aale, but well finished strings would proti
ubly sell around 1.0u p.-r owl. luwtr than
the same clasa of wooled slock.
Bheep and yearlings continue In limited
supply; in fact, the proportion of wethera.
, etc., Iina been too meaner to aftoid
anything like a broad test or value.. um,i.
ably firm and ri amiable active would be a
veiy goud v.ay of dracrlbtng this end of
the trade, although mure or lean weaknrs
Has apparent during tne fore part of th
week. .
tjuotatlona on aheep and lambs: Oood to
choice lamb, 18 fctf9.75; fair to good lambs
MWj3o, good light, yeurlmgs. $8.1ddafco'
good heavy yearlings, $;.76pn 15; good to
choice wethers, - $7.vS.0O; fair to good
OMAHA GUarERAIi MARKETS.
Xaplo and Fancy Prod nee Prlcea Var
nished by Bayers and Wholesaler.
BUTTER Creamery. No. 1. delivered .
the retail trada In l-rt cartona. :u-: M.. 1
in 60-lb tubs. 2c: No. 2. In l ib carton.'
31c; In 60-1D tubs, Vc; packing stock, solid
puck, 19ic; dairy, In co-lo tubs, tjo. Market
onances every xuesday.
CHuiKiiK Xwlns, loc; Young; America,
I8iic; Daisy cheese, lio; llmberger, 18o;
No. 1 brick, lac; domestic block ttwlss, 22c;
imported alwi, Suo.
POULTRY Dressed broiler, $8.00 do.;
for storage, $6.00; for fresh springs, 19c;
bena, 18c; cocks, 12c; ducks, 18c; geese,
lac; turkeys, 86c; pigeons, per doa., $1.20;
homer squabs. $4 per dux.: fancv aauaha.
$8.60 per do.; No. 1, $3 per do. Alive:
ttroilera, Horn 1 to lfe lbs., iuc; 1 to I
lbs., 30c; hens, 16c; old rooster. 9Wc:
young roosters, 11c; ducks, full feathered,
14c; geese, full feathered, Uc; turkey, 20o;
guinea fowls, 25c each; pigeons, 60o per
ao.; homers, $4 pei do.; burners. No. 1,
$2 per -iox.
Fltfll (all froxen Satrnon. 11c; pickerel,
9c; whltefiah, 13c; pike, 10c; trout, 13c;
catfish. 18c; large crapplcs. Italic: smelts.
16c; bpanlah mackerel, fee; eel. ISc: had
dock, 13c; flounders, 12c; frog legs, 40c
per do.
fruits Mrawberrles: Texas and Louis
iana, 24-qt.. caaes. per case. It-00; 24-ot.
cases, per case, 2.6Oa'3.00. Oranges: Cali
fornia Camella brand Kediand Navel, 'id.
86-112-126 !xe, per box, $3.00; 150-17tl-200-21-
250 lxe. per box, $3.26; other brand from
Riverside and other districts, per box. 12 ks
tf3 00. Lemons: Limoniera, extra fancy. 309
860 alxes, $5.0O5.60; cholca 800-360 size, per
oox, ea.ov, w ajse, hid per dox less .
Bananas: Fancy eelect, per buneh. I1.7r.iai
$.00; Jumbo, bunch, $2.758.75. urap: l,n
ported Malaga, per keg. $5 00(35 an Grape
Fruit: Florida. 48 alxe $60t vpples: Ben
Davis, par bbL, $3.60; New 1 oik Russets
medium slxe, per bbl., $3.60; California
fancy W. W. Pearmaina. , per box. 8a in-
California extra fancy W. W. Pea rm a tin
Red Wood brand, per box, $2 25: cholca
Colorado Jonathans, per box. $2.00; extra
fancy Colorado Jonathans, per box, $2 60
extra fancy Colorado R. Beautle. nr box'
$2.50. Cranberriea: Jersey, winter stock, per
bbl.. $6.uo(U5.tu. Date: Anchor brand, new
80 l ib. pkg. In box, per box, $2.00. Figs
California, lOo slxe, 80c.
VKUETABLKB Irish Pntstnea: Wlaenn.
tin. and native, per bu., 4otefi0c; Colorado.
per bu.. wejwc. tweet Potatoes: Kanvaa
per bu., $1.26. Cabbage: Wisconsin, Holland
eea. per 10.. jvtc. eiery: alUornla or
Florida, per 12-lb. bunch, 80c Onions- Red
per lb.. S'tc; yellow, In sacks, per lb., 2c!
Old vegetables: Parsnips, carrots, beets
turnips. In sack, per lb., 2c. tiarllc: fctra
fancy, white, per lb., lac; red. per lb.. 16o.
NBW SOUTHERN VKOETA BLKS-.
Radishes: Per dox. bunchea. tti'7oc. Tur
nips: Per dox. bunchen, 6uc. ' Carrots: per
dox. bunche, 60c. Sliallotts: per dox
bunches. 60c. parsley; Per do, bunches,
toe. Bests: Per dos bunches, 6oo. Kplnavh:
Per bu., 12 lb.. 6100 Kkk plant: Fancy
Florida, dox., 81.&0O2.00. 1'omutoes: Fancy
Floi lila or Cuba, per 6-baxket i-rute. $J 64;
choice. $3 00- String and Wax Means: Per
hamper, about 25 lbs., $5.0H'U'! ft. Cucum
bers: Hot house, per dox., $1.76 3 2 00.
HOME OROWN VEOKTAHLES -Radishes:
Extra fancy borne grown, per
dox. bunches, 36c. Lettuce: Extra fancy
leaf, per tloc. 40c; head lettuce, in ham
per. $J.(nKt5.00. Parsley: Fancy hotn
growrj. per dos. buneuas. 40c.
'MISCKI.LANROO! Cider: New York,
per 1 bbl., $3.60. Horserndlsn. Two dozen
in rase, $1.90.- Walnuts: ' HIkck, per lt.. 2c;
California. No. 1. par lb., !; Oullforma,
No. I, soft, per lb.. 12Uo. Hlckuiv nuts:
Large, per lb., 4c; small, per lb., f.c. Co
co. quia: Per sack. $6.00; per dox.. toe
lrlOTXKXMTp OT OCKA8T BTK AMBKITS.
fori. Arrived. Sailed
I.IV Kit FOOI. Koip. ot Irelan
ST. JOHN km ol Britain.
ST. JOHN 8ar4inlac.
NEW YORK
TAt-'OM A La Pronsaea Columbian.
BRADSTREIST'S RKVII.W OF TR4.I1B)
Trade and Crop Hepnrta from Varlona
Section Show Irrraalarlty.
NKW YORK, April 9 -Uradst.-eet a to
day says:
Trade nnd crop report, still betray Ir
regularity. In the northwest on the Pa
cific coast and In Texas where needed
rains have fallen trad and crop report
are alike good. In tho southwest, the cen
tral west, parts of the south and on the
tipper Atlantic coat there Is conservatism
In buying, verging upon caution, and there
e mritt'B 01 me repression
ciseu uptan traae movements by
certainty or because of Lite
prtres, discouraging buying,
solute needs.
Jobbing and wholesale trade, except In
the sections favorably situated mentioned
above, has been quieter and there la a
disposition to regard spring trade, except
for reorders laber, aa being over. In th
Industrie reports vary. Iron and ateel,
except structural material, are rather
quieter. Production Is not so heavy and
re-sales of earlier purchase cauha some
weakness in prices of cruder forms.
liusiness failures in the United State
for the week endlnir with A m il 1
240, against 229 last week. 227 in th like
week of 1909. 258 in IMS. 194 in 117 anrl iki
In l:06.
Wneat. Including flour, amnrls from er.
United States and Canada for the week
ending April 7 agereirute 1.777.0S6 bushels.
against 1,744.279 bushels last week and
1.061,244 bushels tills week last year. For
the forty weeks ending April 7 export
are 117.046,660 bushels, atrnlnst 146.676.6H9
bushel In the corresponding period last
yettr.
Com exports for the week are 6715,624
bushels, against 1.086,351 bushels last week
and !i26,fWS In 1909. For the forty week
ending April 7 corn exports are 23.8iO,478
bushels, against 25.748.958 bushels last year.
Cannon Writes
to Woman Who
Defended Him
"Unrle Joe" Says There Are Times
When It's Better to Fail than
Have Yictory.
MILWAUKEE, April 9. "I have alway
believed In tho principles and policies of
the republican party and expect, bo long
aa I live, to keep the republican faith. Ia
my opinion it Is better to fight and fall
If fall we must than to win at tha sacrifice
of tli oaa policies and principles and have
viotory like Dead sea fruit, that turns to
ashos on the Hps."
This is the substance of a letter written
by "Uncle Joe" Cannon, speaker of the
house of representatives, to Mrs. Kate
RIdsdale of Milwaukee, in acknowledgment
of the pleasure given him by reading a re
port of Mm. Rldedale's current topics talk
on Speaker Cannon and the recent fight in
the house of representatives, which she
gave recently a the Young Women' Chris
tian association. Giving an analysis of Mr,
Cannon, Mrs. RIdsdale described him In
this way:
"Just one nerve composed of one part
magnetism, two parts irasoible dominance
L little, tense, five foot five rapid-firing
gun, with a cigar Instead of a ramrod, al
ways trained on the enemy, spitting bullet
by the thousand, eaoh one finding- its target
and leaving a gash.
"And again: 'Be something,' Is Speaker
Cannon's slogan. He is no Tomllnson,"
whose lack of individuality barred him
from right to place either In heaven or In
heil. 'Uncle Joe's' supporters say he' all
white his foes declare him unrelieved
black. He may be either or both, but not
even the most color-blind could mistake
him for drab. He's an Individual a good
friend,-an unrelenting foe always a fuitzy-
wuxxy" and whether right or wrong, a 'first
class fighting man' eventy-four year old
and still In the rini?."
Th Key to th Situation-Be Want. Ad.
9 and More
A Remarkable Profit Sharing OffeJ
It 70a har $10, or 950, or 1100, or
91,000, or can save a few dollar aclt
month from your earning and wish to
lnrest them In the lgrt magasln pub-
llhlng enterprise la Kansas City, Mo a
bnaln of constant growth and rrea8
fatur, X will b pleased to bar from
you.
I will than nd yon a full dasorlptlon
of oar busln and lta condition, tha
story of Ha great snooe and (how you
how you can share In th unusually large
and growing- profit of a rraat business
of th brightest propacta. Th basin
la firmly established, and additional funds
ar only needed to do bigger things under
exceptionally splendid condition. Only
a limited amount of praf erred hara en
titling holder to a fixed yearly Income
of Bri 1 offered. With each preferred
ahargo for a short time only a sub
stantial bonus of contmon stock, which,
with th further development of th ntr
prise ourht to pay additional dividend
of ao1; and mort, ,
Write at onoe. If you don't wish to
mis this remarkable investment propo
sition to become a nsrtnar In a wall-e.
tabllshed buain and share In It pres
ent bl profit and fatur great anting.
Addrea J. O. YOUHO, Secretary,
1100 Soyc Bldg., Chicago, IU.
WAKT rAKTIEg TO V St W 81 ITU
Irrigation Bond Issue of $300,000
Security over t'.O'io.DO.i. TtewrToIr and eanat sys
!ni I, mil. IU.ik.i srra of derrim I anil. Walar tor
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