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P. O'lxa
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John Holb Son..
Mm. Omaha I'm. Co..
Horn, from HI. Jo
lmlpendnt
lunion Vin Hani..
J. H. Kulla
H. M. BurrtiM Co..
W. II. !
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lnnla I'ranrla....
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1luntlnir Oltvar.
T, J. lnfhram
V. CI. Krllnac
K. P. Uwl ........
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Knarnatotk Hroa
HulVvan Bros
W. n. Van Bant A Co.
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Total
1.44 10.441 4,111
Cattta Rri-alpla. 7.400 hrad. Rrlpta
continue rather liberal and tha market
continue to develop weakness. Trad
was very alow on Wednesday with prices
.-.n.. .ha, u lower than Tuesday and
rlaht around 16tSo lower for the h
la)S nis ween. im.v.
.,..ra .nd Drlma vearlloara have held up
fairly well aellln around t5.00O8.ll to
day but tha plainer cattle, have born the
brunt of the decline. Cow atuff waa en
erally ateady and th same was true oi
atocker ana teeaerm. . .,...
Ouotatlona on cstlle: Good to oriole
.. ..... ... ..I. ann A M.VM. .
neevea ii.iii..i
I7.1647.I5: common to fair beeves, l."
7.11 tood to choice Vearllnaa. I7.0
75: fair to good yearlings, 17.407.85.
common to fair yearlings, , 784)7.16! good
to choice heifers, 17.8507.76; fair to good
heifers. 18.007.26; choice to prime cows.
14J6B8.7I: good to choice cows, .&
IS I ritr to good cows. I6.006.40i com
mon to fair cows. l3.OO04.5Oi good I to
cholc. feeders. 17.00W7.75; fair to good
feeders, 16 407.00; common to fair feed
era. I8.104J14.15; good to choice takers,
17 S507.76; fair to good w,,ni&
7.10; eommon to fair stackers, ' '"
stock heifers, . 14.60e.00; tock cow.
. ,nai 9K atftCU PI VPH. ..vuwi.rv, 1
calves, I6.5010.60j bulls, stags, etc.,
13.76
. 7 nn
BEEF
Pr.
7 10
7 40
7 75
8 00
0 4 r.i.m.w.
NO.
.... V
lOi...
Av.
843
Pr.
T 25
.7 50
.7 15
1 05
At.
1040
88
715
11X4
..-III
..1340
..1115'
' 10...
7.
874
8 85
"steers and heifers.
75 4.
6.12
670
T 60 11..
cows.
I 10 7..
t 75 8..
4 10 3..
4 50
HEIFERS.,
5 85 - 10..
55 ..
1 00
BULLS.
4 60 . 1,,
t 60 -CALVES.
...1145
.. .1070
...1373
41
890
60
I 71
.1510 . .6.00
I 70
I 00 '
242 t 10
Hois-KecelBta. 1.800 head.'' The mar
ket today whll slow to open developed
later steady to strong as compared with
yesterday'a general market. Light hogs
aold mostly from 9.610.06 with top
price of 110.10. Mixed loada and butcher
welshta. !.70fl10.00, packing Itijj
!8.251.7I and extreme heavies 15.00
1.35. Bulk of sales waa 9.7510.00. ,
HOUS.
No. Ay.
60. .894
H8..877
72. .257
72. .231
80. .208
Sh.
280
40.
Pr.
NO. Av.
67. .289
60. .273
7W.828
83. .200
sh.;
Tr.
1 10
9 86
9 96
10 10
1 25
I 80
9 90
10 00
210
. 70
10 20
oha.M mnA l.amha RecelfotSt 1.700 head.
Fat lambs moved readily today on good
demand from local packers, prices ruling
mostly l5o higher. Bulk of the offerings
were wooled lambs which, moved mostly
within a range of 14.8514.7S with beat
handy welghta quoted at 115.00, f n
Htrong weight clipped lambs cold at 112.50.
No sheep were Included In today's re
ceipt. Ouotatlona on sheep: Fat lambs, good
to choice, 14.6016.00; fat lambs, fair to
good. 14.0O14.60; clipped lambs, 111.26
813.!5; sheering lambs, 13.7514.80;
feeder Iambs. 11.0018.75; cull lam be,
110.00912.00; fat yearlings, light, 112.60
13.60; fat yearlings. heavy, 19.60010.60;
fat wethers, I9.0011.00; fat ewe, light,
19.0001.60; fat ewes, heavy, 11.004)9.00.
FAT ItAMBB.
660 fed.
677 fed.
8T 14 50 . 436 fed.
88 14 85 '
CLIPPED LAMBS.
TO It 00.; 2t fed.
87 14 80
221 fed..
92 12 60
Chicago Livestock.
Chicago, April 19. Cattle Receipts,
10,000 head; closing fairly active and
Kenrrally steady on all killing classes; top
yearlings, 19.00, weight, 860 pounds; top
heavies. 18.90, weight, 1,421 pounds: bulk
beef steers, 17.40Sf8.60; yearling heifers
active, heavy fat cows stow, bulk fst she
stock, 15.25 6.85; bulk bologna bulls.
84.3504.40; bulk veal calves, $7.00
7.50 to packers; stockers firm, bulk, 16.60
HiT,S6
Hogs Receipts. 11.000 head; opened
strong to 10 cents higher compared with
Tuesday's average; light and medium
butchera up most;" closing stesdy lo I
cents higher; mostly on heavies and mixed
hogs; shippers bought about 1,500; hold
over moderate; top 110.70 for one load
enrly; practical top 110.65; bulk, 19.8689
10.55; pigs, 25 centa lower; good 100 to
130 pound average, 9.00l.60; packing
sows strong to 15 cents up- ,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 1,000 head;
fat lambs steady to atrong; fat sheep
steady; top wooled lambs, 116.25; bulk de
sireabl kinds. 114.76 15.10; top, shorn.
113.35; bulk, tl2.7613.26: Choice 100
pound shorn yearlings, 111.15; few native
springs lambs. 113.0014.00; few wooled
ewes. 18.00; shorn. 18.25 down,
St. Louis Livestock.
East St. Louis, April 19. Cattle Re
ceipta, 1.000 head: beef steers and year
lings uneven; generally steady to weak;
best steers 18.00 for 1.194 pound averages;
bulk steers, 17.25 7.76; top heifers. 18.20;
weight, 601 pounds: bulk yearlings, 17.25
8.00, other classes steady; bulk beef
cows, 15.00 6 6.00: bulk beef bulls, 14.50
5.00: bologna bulls, 14.25 4.50: ranners.
around 13.00; bett vealera. 18.26: bulk,
37.50fil.o0; bulk stockers and feeders,
16.S07.25.
Hogs Receipts. 11.000 head: steady,
closed" active with good clearance; top
510.45: bulk, 10 , to 250 pound aver
ages 810.35610.45; pigs and light lights.
25c higher: bulk, 120 to 240 pound aver
ages. I.50 10.00; packer aowa mostly
$8.75. ateady.
Sheep and lambs Reoeipts, ,000
head: steady, choice Tennessee spring
lambs, 16.50: medium wool ewes. IS.60.
City Livestock.
Kansas City. April 19. Cattle Receipt,
f so head: beef steers, steady to 16c
higher, beet heavies, 18.15; top mixed
ysailuigs, . 18.25: calves and stockers,
steady to strong; practical top vealera.
9 00: small lots up to 18.50; Interior
calves. 13 0001.60.
Hogs Receipts. ll.OO had: mostly
weak to 6o lower; spots off more; top,
110 15: bulk 190 to S25-pound averagea.
910 00010.10; 250 to 300-pound weights.
.90lo.eo; few closing sale mostly 10c
lower than yesterday's; bulk of sales,
JJ.604510.10: throwout sows. 15198.7;
desirable stock pigs. lt.t6Slt.6.
Shwp a nit Lsrnbn Receipts. 6.000 hesd:
killing denies, strong to llo higher; shorn
Texas wether. 18.0063.64: bulk early
. sales.
No.
....
....
Si....
S3....
IK
S tin
20 1061
1 1045
t 1163
4 1137
S 1441
5 800
8 163
S 094
1 1670
: 1 1280
4 SST
Market,
Omaha Grain
Omli, April 19.
Rectlpli of whfi. 21 can: corn,
48 on; oi, 3 cr; tyt, 1 car, to
Uliiig 7i cart, wn the run it Omaha
today. This compared with 50 tart
lait yrar. Shipment! of 75 cart ol
wheat and 54 can of corn made up
tht bulk of the out movement, which
rtsreaated IS-2 cart, ag-ain.t 126 can
year ago.
Liverpool wheat rat'let ctoed 2d to
2',ii higher, dut to fdvorable prog
rest thi morning in the llcuoa con
ference. Improved export demand
from abroad and considerable ar
ceptancei of wheat reported on over
night often, alio good demand for
corn for export.
The Chicago future nurktt die
played a itrotig undertone and an ad
vancing tendency throughout moit
of the eilon. but thia strength wat
imt reflected in our own cash mar
keti. The basil in the local market
wai reduced 1c to 2c and there wai
a good demand at prevailing pricei,
which were ic to ic lower than yes
terday. Corn wai iu fair demand at
'Ac to Ic lower. Oati sold lie lower.
Rye was unchanged, with barley
nominally unchanged.
WHEAT.
No. 1 herd wlntert 1 car. 1MJ.
No. I hard winter: I rare, 11.31.
No. I hard winter: 1 car 14 per rent
heat damaged). 11.11; 1 car (ainullyl.
11.41, near dark; I car. amutly). 11.14.
No. 4 hard wlnteri I car (emuttyl. II It.
'No. I yellow bard; 1 car (ablppera'
weightel, II 11.
No. I y-llow hard: 1 esr. II 10.
No. 1 yellow hard: 1 car (ehlppera'
weifhta). ii. lo; car (shipper1 weights),
ll.lt; I cars, 11. M.
. cor.v.
Nj. 1 white; t car. lie.
Nu. I whir: I cars, lie; 1 car, tl lie
No. 1 whit: 4 cars. HHc
No, 1 yellow; 1 car, 83c.
No. I yellow: 1 car (ahlDDera' wtlihta).
lie: It cars. Ilo.
No. 1 yellow; 1 car (vary dry), lie;
I car, tlo.
mo. i misea: cars, sine; I cars, tie.
No.
1 mind: 1 care, 10c.
OAT8.
I whits: 1 cars. 14Hc
No.
No.
4 whit: 1 car, 14 14c.
RYE.
4: 9 cars. t3r.
, OAKLET.
sales.
No.
No
OMAHA RECEIPT AND SHIPMENTS.
(CAB LOTS.)
Week
A no.
tt
i:
4
1
1
Tear
Airo.
It
Receipts-
Today
.. It
,.. 48
,.. I
... X
Wheat
Corn
I 0la
i
Rye
Barley .......
Shipments
Wheat Corn .........
75 41 83
64 44 64
.11 13 4
t 1
I ota
,
Barley . . 1
PRIMARY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
(Bushels.)
Receipts-
Today. Wk. Ao. Yr. Asn.
Wheat 661.000 738,000
B6I.000
482.001)
343,000
677,000
Corn 452.0OI) MS.nfii)
Oats 343,000 283,000
Shipments
Wheat 661,000 604,000
Corn 371,000 840.000
Oata 644,000 176,000
29I.0OO
376,000
687.000
328.000
182,000
EXPORT CLEARANCES.
Buehela Today. Tear Ago.
ivneat and flour 216,000
Corn 806,000
Oata 135,000
907,000
WORLD'S VISIBLE.
Buahels Today. Tear Ago.
Wheat 166.699.000 128.63S.OHO
Corn 37.193,000 33,928,000
CHICAGO RECEIPTS.
Week
' Carlots - Today. Ago.
Wheat 17 70
Corn 81 78
Oata 35 66
Tear
Ago.
25
110
67
KANSAS CITY RECEIPTS.
Wheat 61 70 111
Corn 23 23 9
Oata 8 4 1
ST. LOUIS RECEIPTS.
Whet
11
Corn
Oata
NORTHWESTERN
Minneapolis ,
. 11
. 23
WHEAT
.169
RECEIPTS.
113 118
95 111
Duluth
90
Winnipeg
125
134
104
Omaha Produce
Furrflnhed by atate of Nebraska,
partment of agriculture, bureau of
keta and marketing:
LIVE POULTRY.
de-mar-
Wholesale
Wholesale
Selling Pr.
10.50910.61
.25 .27
.24 .28
.25 .28
.14 .18
.22 .25
.14 .22
.19 .25
T.
.66 .60
.28 .12
.32 .35
.20 lj)l .22
.31 .36
.16 .21
.22 .21
.26 ' .27
.28 .38
.21 .22
.11 .20
.36 .40
.34 .39
.27 .30
.20 .25
Buying Pr.
to.ooato.4i
Broiler- ....
Spring i
Hens, light..
Hens, heavy
Cock
Duck
fleese .......
Stags
' DR1
20O .21
, .21.
. .22
, .10
. .18
. .10
. .16
ED POt
9.
9.
0.
9.
.
9.
. .t..9.
BOOS.
.24
.24
.16
.20
.17
.20
Broiler ....
Hens
Springs
Cocks ......
Ducks
Geese
Stag
Select .......
No. 1 ...v....
No. 2
Crack 1 . . . i
Case count, case. 8.50 1.80
BUTTER.
Creamery, prints.
Creamery, tub..,.
Country, best..... .22 .24,
Country, common .17 .19
Butter fat, sta pr .25
HAT.
Upland prairie No 1...
No. 2 prairie
No. I pratrle
,.12.00918.00
. 10.00 ii.oo
. 7.00 8.00
. 11.00 12.00
Midland prairie No. 1..
JNO. 2
prairie 9.80 10.60
No. 3 prairie
.7.000 . oo
No. 1 8.00 10.00
, 7.00 8.00
21.00 23.00
19.00 21.00
16.00 17.00
13.00 14.00
10.00 11.00
9.00 9.00
7.00 8.00
Lowland prairie
No. 2 prairie
Alfalfa, choice
No. 1
standard ....
No. 2
No. 1
Straw, oat . . . .
Wheat
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
FRUITS.
Bananas: Pound. 7 4 8c.
Oranges: Size 216 and larger, 16.50
8.50; slse 260, J7.50g-8.60: size 288, 17.25
8.00; size, 324, 17.00 7.50.
Lemons: Per box, 17.007.60.
Grapefruit: Crate. 15.00 6.60.
Apples (according to else and grade):
Delicious. . 13.5094.00; Rome Beauties,
13.5092.75; Black Twig, 2.362.75; Wine
sap, 13.0094.00; Arkansas Black, 12.50
4.00; Ben Davis, 12.7692.00; Newton Pip
pins. 81.5093.00.
Strawbarrle (crate 24 pint boxes):
Crate. 13.50.
Fig (24 pkgs.. 1 oi.): Per box, 12.25;
bulk, per lb.. 16916c
VEGETABLES.
Potatoes: Netraska, Early Ohio No. 1.
per cwt., 21.6091.76: Colorado and Idaho
Whites, per cwt., 12.002.25; Red River
Ohio No. 1, per cwt.. II. 9092.15; Oregon
Netted Gems, per cwt.. 12.50.
Sweet potatoes: Per bu., 11.75 2.50.
Celery: Dozen. 75c2.00.
Head ' Lettuce: Crates.' 14.505.00:
dozen, 81.251.60; leaf lettuce, dozen, 75c
90c.
Rubarb: 40-45-pound crates, I3.2S.
Egg Plant: Dozen, 13.00.
Onions: Red, lb.. 10tj12c; yellow, lb.,
10012c: Texas crystal wax , 45-lb. crates,
I. 2594.00; onion sets, lb.. 8 910c.
Csullflower: Crates. 12.0092.75.
Cucumbers: Dozen fancy and extra
fancy, 11.75 91.15; Florida, crates of I
dozen. 17.50: btskets of 2 dozen, 12.60.
Carrots: Old, per lb.. 3 ml 4c.
Turnips: Old. per lb.. 3mc.
Beets: Old. per lb.. I14c.
Cabbage: New Texas, per lb., lH$4c.
Tomatoes: Crates, t.O04.50; lug
13.0093.50.
Young Southern Radishea: Dozen, 40
45c.
Young Southern Carrots: Dozen, 90c
II. 00. . . .-
Toung Southern Beets: Dozen, loc9
ll.oc.
Young Southern Onions: Dozen, 15c ,
Toung Southern Turnips: Dozen, 10c.
Spinsch: Pound, ll12c
Sbsllotts: Dozen. 669 75c.
Oreen Peppers: Pound. 104735c.
' Parsley: Dozen bunches, 45tr75c.
Nuts: Black walnuts. Ib.. So: English
walnuts, lb., 22 36c; Brazil nuts, large,
washed, lb., 16 & 19c; Brazil nuls. medium.
Washed, lb.. 1416c; pecan, lb., 12930c;
almonds, -lb., sack lots. 38c: peanuts.
Jumbo, raw, 8 $ 10c; Jumbo, roasted, 10
Financial
I4i M, 1 raw. li N. 1 ruM4. II
u.
Hunayi la 1'iiib. p? ess 1 Matte;
ir -14. a-tea bs. -r lav, : Air-
MB. (. jar, s nu. I . ii e.
Wki.el irte vt twof tats s
ruv.: , t mu, ss; J rut. 7t
Ka. t HiW, U. Kv I loiks. Nu.
Loiaa, 4.. Na, a Ili.., f. h. I
Hasads, sv; Jktf. Itxuada, 1,I Now I
Maamde, US. No. I i'!.a. '.i Na. I
tha., ,j Ma. I 4'ttuik. . Nu.
, iit . i rietx 6c; ho, 1 1'uimii
IllUI.'g AND (iOL
"f tiidasi uiu, al4 ha , see
1 94a I ,sa salted Ka. f. bar lu. IS
lb,
r.a hid. Nu, I. r lb. 19 4o green
hid-. N t, r- lb, I9WJ ali4
114 (lack), (ajr lb-, t tf ra sailed
bull hid. N I, r Ik, l ra slt4
bull bldas, Na t par lb-. I.
Her nid-st Lane, 'h, I J It; ma.
diuni. asrb, I 4t, (mall, eah, taj pmif
14 glusa. aih. TMCIIM,
gb pelu: tir.-n sall-4, ( I (is
na woai, earn, erl; sn.sru,.
Ireen sailed, sue sad wowt, estb.
i.
Woelt ChoU. fin n.hir bleed, ear
lb, I9l4e tiiediiiin and thr-eibtb
blood, par Ib, lly'lei duw and ene leuri
blood, par lb, 19 911(1 burry oo, pay
lb., 1 9 lie.
Chicago Grain
By CHARLES D. MICHAELS.
Omaha liea I aaard V) Ire,
Chicago. April 19, Grain market
reverted their action of the previous
day. They were at strong at they
were weak Tuesday, closing well 'to
ward the top. The net gains were
t 5-8ftJ 3c on wheat, 1 5-8&1 3-Ae
on corn, l-a!7.8c on oalt and 3-4(
1 1-Jc on rye.
A majority of the local element
wat short overnight and an unex
pected advance of 2Cn2 l-4d In Liver
pool led to general buying. That
found offering! light. Realizing
checked the bulge at time, but the
undertone was strong. Foreigners
were free buyers of July and Sep
tember, while the seaboard took all
deliveries.
It wat apparent that efforts were
being made to cover short May and
the May-July difference widened to
17,1 -8c at last against 16c at the
finish the previous day. A liberal ex
port business was put through in
Manitoba with sales of around
1,000,000 bushels. Some sales of new
crop winters also were made. Chi
cago handlers bought 165,000
bushels to come here from Mis
souri river points. ,
World Stork Decreaaed. '
Supplies on oceun pnssugo decreased I.
480.000 bushels fur the week. World's
available stocka were reduced 1.169,000
buxhels. Crop report attracted little at
tention with spring whvut seeding under
way In the northwest.
C'ssh houses were good buyers of corn
to remove .hedges . agajnat export .sales
from the (onboard, The undertone was
strong the greater part of the day. Ex
port sales In the last two days wsre
reported at 1. 600.000 bushel. Oats were
6 fleeted by. the. actlop of other grain.
The trade mainly waa of a local char
acter and the advance wa easily attained.
Seeding I making rapid progress in pari
of Illinois. Some corn Is being planted
In Kansas, although weather conditions
In the grain belt on the whole are un
favorable. Receipts, 101 cars corn and 62
cars oats.
Cash bouse were fair buyers of rye,
but there waa selling on scale orders on
the way up which prevented it from
making a full response to the upturn In
wheat. -
rit Not.
The Chicago wheat market Is badly
overstrained and Is regarded as out of
line with other markets and with Liver,
pool. This keeps traders off the Ions
side, but there appears to be enough
who ignore these conditions to keep the
marketa aollve. The strong tone of the
lata private cables telling of Australian
drouth and Improvement ' In the for
eign crop 'conditions, as well as the bull
ish forecast of the foreign supplies for
the coming year, all counted In favor of
holders and Induced a lot of buying. July
and September are coming In for more
attention and the professional are turn-
'n;orelgners have a great deal of con
fidence in the future needs of wheat,
from the way they are buying new crop
futures. Usually they do not commence
to take them, until later In the season,
while this year they have boughttthem
for a month past. Hardly a day has
passed of lato that there has not been a
good business, only S part of, which has
been reported. '
Cash housea were good buyers of May
corn early in the day against sales for
export. Local operators are mostly so
bearish that they have fought the ad
vance and covered on bulges The main
thing In corn is fears that May qulda
tlon will carry price lower. With the
aeason late and light stock of corn in
country elevators, the trade may be dl s
appointed at the movement thi
For a good many years May corn has
fold higher in May than in o'hr'.th0Bf
Application waa made to the board or
trade director, yesterday to have gram
in cars on track made a
livery on May contracts. 7',waa re
ferred to the warehouse committee.
CHICAGO CLOSING PRICES.
J" rTi f T.O 2627. April 1.
Open. I High. I Low, Close. Sa,t.
Art. I Open.
WhU I
May 141
1.41
July 1.25
1.25
Sept 1-18 4
1.20
Rye
May 1.068,
July 1 99
Corn
May . 60
July 63
64
Sept 66
Oat
May 39
39
July 40
Sept 41
Pork I
May
Lard
May 10.70
July 11.05
Ribs
May 11.30
July 10.62
1.39
1.39
1.23
1.23
1.17
I. 06
:r98
69
69
63
6.
, 36
;36
. 39
"-39.
' 41
I 41
21.00
10.73
II. 00
11.32
10.65
" New York Cotton.
New Tork, April 19. The list was un
der pressure in the cotton market to
day, after an early upturn. There was
a gain of 10 to 20 points before enough
selling appeared to check the upward
movement. Sentiment waa bullishly af
fected by the excellent early undertone
of the securities market In the face of
increased pressure and by Increased rain;
In the central and eastern sections of
the cotton belt. .. ..
Unsettlement developed In the later
trading, which was badly mixed, reflect
ing confused sentiment. Profit taking
bv Wall Street caused the list to lose
sil of its esrly gain and drop to a level
3 to 7 points under last night. The close
wss around the low.
Spot market quiet, unchanged, 1S.10O for
middling upland.
Southern spot msrkets were: Galves
ton. 17.35c, 10 points decline: New Or
leans. 17c, unchanged; Savannah, 17c, un
changed; Augusta. 16.81c, unchanged;
Memphis, 17c. unchanged; Houston. 17.20c,
5 points decline; Little Rock, 17c, un
changed. Slonx City Live Stock.
Sioux City, la., April 19. Cattle Re
ceipts, 6.000 head: market weak. 15c low
er: fed steers and yearlings, 17.008.25 :
warmed up steers and yearlings, 15.509
7.00; fat cowa and heifers, 84.0097.2a;
canners, 12.504.00; veals. 15.0010.00:
feeders. 25.0098.76; calves, 4.507.60;
feeding cows and heifers, 13.6095.60;
stofkers. I.00j7.00.
Hogs Receipts. 1,000 head: market
ateady, 150 lower: stags. 14.1097 00;
butchcers. 19.76610.00: lights. lln.lS;
heavy mixed. 19.256 t.76; heavy packer.
1S.5099.00; native pigs. 110.00; bulk at
sales. 19.75910.00.
ftheep Receipts, -500 . head; . market
steady. -
St. Joseph Live Stock.
8t. Joseph, Mo., April 19. Hogs Re
ceipts. 6.500 head; market steady to 10c
lower: top. 110.00; bulk. 19.85910.00.
Cattle Receipts. ' 2.000 head; market
stesdy; steers. 17.0098.60: cows snd heif
ers. 15.OOS8.50; calves. 95.0098.50.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 3.510 hesd;
market 1091.. high-r; lambs, 114.609
15.00; ewes, 18.6899.00.
winneapoll Hour.
Minneapolis, Minn., April 19. Flour
Unrhsngpd; shipments. 31,904 barrels..
.Bran 1121.60933.00. -. - .
1.43 1.41 1.42
i ,. 1.24 .1:25
I. 07 l.Ot 1.07
.99 . 18 . 19
,61 '60 1
65' 8 4
- .65
17 6'- 67
I 37 27 " S7
40 39 40
42 41 '42
... .) V'-.
i
10.70 10.70 10.70
II. 05 10.96 10.95
11.30 11.22 11.30
10.62 10.57 10.67
and Industrial News of
f
Financial
HbcKttugorklZimri.
By ALEXANDER DANA NOYES.
Oaiaka it (just Mir.
New York. April 19.-Vhctlier
because the tension at Genoa scented
to have relaxed overnight, or be
cause further signs of improvement
in the home industrial situation out
weighed political considerations, tr
fur both reasons, all financial mar
kets showed evidence of returning
composure ' today. European ex
change rates moved up nearly to
Tuesday's early and highest figures.
The stuck market, after an early and
fractional decline, recovered most
or all of the previous day't declines
and the investment bond market
continued both strong and active.
The Iat rcasuring fact about the
stock market in which business
again ran far above a million shares,
making the 14th consecutive million
share dav in the present month
wat the fact that the day's activity
again converged, not on the seasoned
investment shares, but on the highly
speculative industrial, notably the
"til stocks." While it it quite true
that ttockt of thit character are
always apt to move the most violent
ly when the general markets
tendency it either stronulv uoward
or strongly downward, they are not
tne traditional basis lor a sound and
trustworthy movement of prices.
.' I'. S. Hll Advances,
United Slate steel wa In thi rgard
tha main rpton: ma advance of l
rolnte brought It within U of 1 per rent
of par. But few ether assnd Invest-
mnt shsres showed euual atrsngth; the
railway a ha res in particular recovered
slowly. This may have bean paruy be
cause the "car loading returns,' pub
lished today for the first full wek of
April, showed decrees of 112.741 cr
from the week preceding and were the
smallest since (he first week of the year.
Tins, however, had been entirety expect
ed: it cause is snown ny the fart mat
loadings of cosl alone depressed HS.4tS
car whll loadings of general merchan
dise Inoreased 4.041. Futhermor. oven
this large reduction left the w-ak's total
to 114,000 cars, or 24 per sent than In
tha same week of 1(21.
Tha current rale of the country' tel
production I calculated In the midweek
trade review t 75 per cent of capacity
for the steel corporation and about 70
for the, Independents. This contrast
with St per cent for the Industry a a
whole at lh beginning of April, with II
1 to so a month ago, with a maximum
of 45 last autumn and with a rat rang
ing from 33 to 40 per cent In thi week
of 1921.
Situation Not Clear. V
It will be seen from this comparison
on what Mr. (Jary based bis statement
of Tuesday to the steel corporation's
meeting, that the business done In steel
hss doubled In magniture within a year.
Ii Is not altogether clear how far the
present psce of expsnslon Is caused by
Increasing requirements of consumer and
how far by fear of curtailment In pro
duction because 'of the coal strike, but
actual needs are apparently the greater
driving force. ; ;
The Iron Age point out the "Increas
ing inability of mills to make prompt
deliveries." despite the enlargement of
active capacity. , Even for March the
output of atructural steel, In response to
the nation-wide revival of building ac
tivities, is now reported a having been
30 per cent above the am month's aver
age In the last 10 year and the atsel
corporation's chairman made the striking
statement 'at Monday's meeting that ex
port business "la getting back to where
It was before the war." i
New York Stocks
Range of prices of the lcsdlng stocks
furnished by Logan & Bryan, 148 Peters
T,u.tild.ngkAiLBoADB .
Tuesday
High. Low. Close. Close.
A. T & S. -F....101 100 100 100
B & 0 49 47 48 47
Can Pacific 142 140 141 142
N. T. Centra! 91 90 91 11
Ches. & Ohio 65 64 45 5
Oreat Northern... 75 . 76 75 76
Illinol Central. ...107 106 107 107
K , C. Southern... 27 ?'7t
l.ehlah Valley.... 68 - Hi
48
62
Mo. Pacific 24 23
N. Y; A N.: H. . . . 23 23
24
24
"?7
75
41
77
4
90
26
23
21
77
74
41
76
45
90
Northern Paolfic. ,
C. & N. W
Penn. R. R.
Reading
C. R. I. P ..,
Southern Pacific,
Southern Railway,
n vr as, T
ns
75
42
77
47
91
26
76
74
41
76
45
89
14
27
24
28
28
28
V.' P." .....139 138 139 138
STEELS.
Am. Car Fdry....l62 160 160 160
Allis-Chalmers
49 48 48 48
Amer. Loco.
Baldwin Loco,
.115 113 115 113
.117 116 116 116
. 79. 76 78 77
Beth. Steel t.,...
Colo. F. & I
Crucible
Am. StI. Fdry...
I.acka. Steel ....
Midvale Steel
Pressed Steel Car
Ken. S. & I
31
31 SI
62 64
87 37
52 54
34 34
77 79
64' 66
31
64
37
54
36
79
62
37
63
34
77
54
J00 ,
i'7
41
53
67
36
19
23
62
40'
31
66
Rv. stl ...Borings.. 101
100 101
Rloss-Scheffleld .. 44
U. S. Steel 99
V.nsriium 431
42 43
97 99
41 43
uorrtuno.
Anaconda .53 52
Am. S. A R. Co... 58 66
Cerro De Pasco... 36 ,38
Chili II 18
Chlno 28 28
53
67.
36
18
29
28
40
31
29
17
16
11
68
63 .
51
Cal. & Ariz
Oreen Cananes.... 28
Inspiration 40
Kennecott 82
Miami 29
28
40
31
29
16
16
11
66
61
65
29
17
16
14
65
"2
64
Nevada Consolldat 17
Ray Consolidated. 16
Seneca
13
Utah
.. 65
OILS.
... 63
.. 66
..
.. 19
Oener Asphalt
Calif Pet .. ...
Island Oil
Invincible Oil...
Mexican Peterol.
Middle States
Pacific Oil
Pan-American ..
Phillips ..........
Pierce Oil ......
Pure Oil ,
Royal Dutch ...
Sinclair Oil
standard O. N. .
Texas Co
Union Oil
VVhlte Oil ........
18
18
11
...133 129 132 129
.. 16 14 15
69 67
65 63
68
64
38
9;
34
63 67
63
37
33
62
30
... 38 37
... 9 9
... 34 33
... 62 61
... 33 3D
J. 180 ' -177
... 47 46
...21 20
177 H7
47 48
20 19
... 10 10 10 10
MOTORS.
! Chandler ........76 74 W 74
I General .Motor. .. 12 ,, 12 12 12
iWIUys-Over. 8 8 8 8
i Plerce-Arrow 22 21 22 5l
White Motor....... 47 46 46', 4B
Studebaker 121 117 120 117 '
RUBBER AND TIRES.
Fisk 17 17 17
17
40
47
18
17
63
40
32
Goodrich 41
Kelley-Sprlng. .... 48
40
46
18
17
83
41
48
18
17
65
Keystone Tlre 19
Ajax
17
V. s.
Rubber.
65
INDUSTRIALS.
Am. Beet Sugar.... 42 40
41
32
46
34
U. & W. 1 32 81
Am. Int. Corp.... 47
American Sumatra 26
45
45
86
34
American To!.,.. 121 120 121 121
mm
i ifi
. O I 0
. I . n
Jtm. ri.ee Pea 4 4,, 44 4S
.irairei itef,, , ii a, 4i4 j,
itttMataae , , ia , ia is
iui.-a.AN.. Sugar.. IIS ll'i tl II
'. 1'i.Ma.ie.,, ,ai ivi oS !
t'smaa 'iav-rs.,. !, tit sat,
tifl 8hM,,,a 1V 4 Ill's
.ll. ltd. (if ,, 44 4SI 41 S
inter. nrt.e , tat t.
Am II. I.. I-I4. T ', :', s(
C. . AloJM... 49 , 4S "'
alar, rat , .,, . 4T C1
Int-r. M. M. .f,,, si' in, ; tl,
oni. iu,,r n-l,,, IS H-t '
V,-K nurfc ... 18 II Ii T,
l luui-hai g ,,,,,,, e ' s,
Ta. I'ruduei ,,,, (V 9t. es
Martb. I'oniu ,,..11 II 63 11
Wll.ua ('a. 41 41 41 41
Wasi. Kietirte ... SI tl sth tits
Am.firs Woolen. II KH'IJ ll
MlaVELLANgol
Am. Caiiea oil... t 14
Am, Asu. I'beltt.. 114 JS
Am. Linseed 4, US
14
iH
it
it
4
4a
:'
!
I HUB ! pit ... .... .,
Iluerft Stagnate. .. 44 44 44
Ht.lra, Hauid Tr. US ll4 i;V
l onllHanlal (.'.., '' 4l
lal. Parkin ..... 11V 771. tit.
tel. U, K .8 Si, Sl' MS 11
Cel. lira I. h Its I IS . I
I nlid I'm (
National i:m... 17 S S S
Inii.d yrmi 144 141 114 ....
Irillsrd 'tul.aovo.no1 Itnu !, It
(ki....u.. a ...A a ..."
N'aiionsl 14.... 94V
91
(IS IIH
Philadelphia Co... at S
1'uliinaa 114
I'uni A I. Mugsr. 4iii,
H I'. H. Mugar.... 4S
Retail atui-a 41 S
Muperlor Hie-I.... ',
ni. L. r.... lu'.
""J
StilW
4S
44 S
s
It't
a sj'
134 IMS
4 it
4I 4',
4(S 44
....
1 :S
.... 34
a. ir i nein ,
Total salea, 1,111,(00 thar.
Money Close. !4 per cent) Tuesday
eloae, suj p-r tent.
Harks Tueaday rloee, ,C034Sr.
France Clos. ,09J2Si Tueadsy clue,
,j:y. . '
bie.-ling Close, II 42SI Tuesday 'close,
14 42 S.
New York Bonds
(The Bee Is the only Omaha
newspaper which publishes the of
ficial dote of the New York Stock
exchange bondt.)
New Tork, April It. Disregarding th
general rally In the stock market, to
day bond dealing svaln wsre Influenced
by realising for profit, thi tendency be
ing especially noted In llbertlea and sev
eral vt the foreign war offering.
A number of domestlo rail alio gave
way to selling presaure, particularly the
various Mrabuard Air I. Ins Issue, Mis
souri, Kansas and Texas and HI. Loui
and Ban Francisco.
Cosier wer Irregular, though mainly
lower, th only marked exception
(Jheaapeake and Ohio convertible 4 at
a gain of 1 point.
The day' new underwriting Included
another 110,009.000 Installment of the
i'aria-l.yotia-Medttorrantan railroad bonds
recently offered her. It Is understood
I hut several banking syndicates are
forming to bid for the coming New Tork
city I45.000.0o0. 4 per cent bond Issue.
Total alt( (par value) aggregated 111,.
783.000,
lulled Wtnles Bond.
Sale (In 11.00) . High. Low Close
190 Liberty 3-... 99.60 - 99.14-- 99.20
11 Liberty 2d 4s.. 99. 4S 99.14. 99.11
14S Liberty 1st 4a 99.80 . 99.40 99.62
1921 Liberty 2nd 4e 99.66 99.1S 99.34
970 Liberty 3d 4 54s 19.78 99.32 ' 19.44
2626 Liberty 4th 4 99.88 99.60 99.72
89 Victory 4a ..100.70 100.62 100.68
42 Victory 3 ..100.04 ' 100.02 100.04
Foreign. Qorernment, State and Municipal.
40 Argentine 7s 100 100 100
27 Chinese Gov Ry 6s. 66 56 66
38 City Berne 8s . 112 112 112
24 City Bordeaux 6s.. 89 88 89
741 City Copen 6..-. 93 92 92
2 City Lyons 6a 89 88 89.
32 City Marseilles 6s.. 89 88 69
10 City R D Jan 8a. .105' 104 105
29 City S Paulo 8s. ..106 .105 106-
10 City Toklo 6s .... 73 73 73
64 City Zurich 8s ....112 112 112
3 Danish Muni 8s A. 112 111 111
129 Dept Seine 7s .... 97 96 97
11 Do Can 6s no 29.101 101 101
10 Do Can 5s 21.. ....100 99 99
l::g Du Eas Ind Cs 47.. 96 95 98
297 Du Ens lnd 6s 62.. 90 94 90
112 French Itep ss .'.,.100 106 . ins
155 French Rep 7S..103 103 103
184 Japanese 4. .... 78 76 , 78
27 King Belgium 7a.l09' 108 109
.22 King Belgium 6s. .103 103 103
76 King Denmark 6s.. 99ti 99 (9
2 King Italy 6s... 96 96 96
225. King-Nether 6s .,.'. 94 94 94
26 King Norway 8s ..112 111 112
66 King Sweden ... 102 101, 102
690 Pa Lyons Med 6s.. 84 . 83' 83
8 Rep Chile s 4ii,.106 104 104
86 Rep Uruguay Ss"'..in6 105 105
-33 Slate Queens 7s..;.109 109 ,'109
10 Stats Queen s.. 102 101 101'.
18 S R O D S 8 .-104 ..'J0! 104
25 Swiss Confed- 8s ..11611S 114
19 UKOB7I 6s 22..106 .106 106
182 UKOB7I 6S 29. .107 107 107
89 UKOB&I 6S 87. .102 101 101
102 U S Brazil 8s 108 101 107
32 U 8 Mexico 5s .... 8 67 68
'69 U 8 Mexico 4s 59 67 67
Railway and Miscellaneous Bonds.
3 Adam Exp 4 .... 78 76 68
14 Ajax Rubber 8s:. .100 100 100
18 Am Ag Ch 7s...l04 104 104
42 Am Smelt 5s 92 91 92
81 Am Sugar 6s 99 99
99
14 Am T & T CV 6s ..115 116
118
. 81 Am T & T o t 6s. . 90 90
3 Armour & Co. 4a. 90 89
23 A T ft 8 F gen 4s. 89 ., 88
8 A T ft S F ad! 4s. , 83 88
90
.89
88.
83
76 Atl Reflnln 6US..104 108 104
43 Bait ft Ohio 6a 9 98 99
23 Bait A Ohio ev 4s 83 82 i 82
18 .Bell Tel of Pa 7s.. 108 108 108
4 Braden Copper 6s. 98 96 98
2 B Edl gen 7 D...107 107 107
21 B R T 7a ct stpd. 78 78 78
I Cal OAK 6 95 94 95
t Can North s 112 111 112
43 Can Pao deb 4s... 80 79 80
10 Cent of Oa Is 99 99 99
2 Cent Leather 6s . . . 97
5 Cerro de Pasco 8s. 115
96
96
116
116
' 42 Ches A Ohio cv 5s. 90
82 Ches ft O cv 4s. 88
65 C B A Q ref 5s A 97
110 Chi A East 111 5s.. 79
23 Chi Ot West 4s. . .. 63
2 C I A L ret 6s.... 43
14 C M A S P cv 4a. 71
90
86
97
79
62
43
70
90
88
97
79
62
43
71 .
05
87 C"t ft 8 P ret 454S 65
2 C ft N 7 ..'..107
, 7 C ft N 6 'As 108
sou
106 107
107U 108
3 Chi Rys 5s........ 80
118 C R I A P ref 4s. f 82
81 82
( ch T we in 4s 75
60 -Chile Copper 7s ..102
74 . 75
101 102
74 Chile Copper 6s ... 89
17 Col 1 Sou ref 4s. 88
19 Con Coal Mary 6s.. 88
88 8.1
87 87
88 88
BS Consol Oas 7a ....lis
7 Cuba Can Sug de 8s 85
118 116
85 85
8 Cuba R R 7s A.102 102 102
6 Cub Amer Sug 8s.. 104 104 104
1-Del A Hud cv 6s. .'97 - 97 , 9.7
2 D & R O im 6s.,. 84 84 84
. 2 D M ft F D 4s 63 63 63;
vi uet Ktn rer os ....103
72 Det Unit Ry 4s.. 82
2 Dlat Secur 5s 47
14 Du Pont D N 7s.l06
JO Duques Light 6s. . .103
67 Erie gen 4s 65
5 Erie pr lien 4a 89
' 8 Fisk Rubber 8s ....107
102 102
81 82
47 47
104 106
102 102'
64 .65
89 89
107 107
40 Framer In de 7148.101 101 . 101
28 Oen Eleo deb 6s... 99 99 99
95 Ooody'r Tire 8s 31.103 102 102
14 Ooody'r Tire 8s 41.116 116 fl6
26 Clrd Trunk Can 7s. 111 111 111
' 14 Ord Trunk Can 6s. 103 102 103
39 Ot Northern 7s A. .108 108 108
105 Ot North 6s B.. 97 97 97
12 H A M ref 6s A... 82
41 H & M ad.1 Ihc 6s. 60
5 III Cent 6s. .....101
8 III Cent ref 4s.;... 87
' 81 82
59 60
100 100
86 116
99 100
76- 76
17 18
14 14
65 66
96 96
14 Indiana Steel 6s... 100
6 Inter Agric 5s. . . .
23 Int Met 4s
24 Int Met 4s ctfs
120 Int R T ref 6s..
18 Int M M s f 6a...
76
IS
14
66
97
7 HOME BUILDERS SHARE&-$1 Each
ow ATailable by Besale
iu?.mPireflrrM? uSh?,rea CI""'"' mortg-ascs on new propsrtlea '
rn!.al.a by"t hl Home Bu"ders for reliable owner paylna- 7
Irom date of purchase. - , ,
Exempt From Normal Income Tax and Personal
Taxes in Nebraska
mIji"8r these shares yfeld better than an S lnvettraent where th
( owner pays ine taxes. .
Semi-annual dividend without a tingle omission have beta paid on
these shares for many years.
Ask for Booklet Explaining- Home Builders' Flan.
American Security Co.
Broker
Oodse at 18th at. ; Omaha, Keb.
the Day
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SI Stunt 1'eaer la A.. 114 (6 II
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41 N ll T A M Ine .. 41 4t
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:l Kite A Wra r la. .101 left 101
11 Na'l'ae pr lln 4. 84 11 11
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17 N V l T 7 1"7 )" 11
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81 l'e II T 13 M (IV II tl
II Pack Slot Car ..!! 101 lot
11 Pan Am PAT It.. 11 11 tl
21 I'a It K IS 1" 1"7S 101
44 Pa R R gen 6s ... ( (7 (7
11 Pa It It gen 4' .. to 10 10
10 IVa A i:at Inu 4.. 11 32 11
I Pierre Oil deb Is.. 9 11
( I U CAUL 5 A.. tiV (IV (SV
S Pro A Itefin l'....109 104 lot
S Itaading gen 4 ... 11 II II
IS It O f W lit 4 7t 7t 71
11 II I A I L 4t... II 10 10
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t4 I. A 8 F ad Is.. II 11 81
11 8 I, A H F In Ss.. 41 11 41
27 1. A Y p I 4 A 14 78 11
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S 8 A T A P 1st 4a.. 14 74 14
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43
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42 Sha Hteel Hon 8 A100 11 11
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87 Hinclilr Oil ro 7s. 100 tl 99
31 Hu Pao cv 4s 11 11 tl
1 Mou Pao ref 4s 7 87 17
23 Sou Pao col tr 4s.. 12 11 12
64 Sou Ry gen 1.. t9 It tl
II Sou Ry con 1 16 16 15
41 SOU Ry gen 4 47 67 47
' s S Porto Rico Sug 7s 91 'l tl
17 Stan Oil Cal deb 7a. 1 "7 14 1"
21 Tex A Pao 1st 6s.. 15 (5 95
124 Third Av adj 5s.. 64 64 64
27 Third Av ref 4s.. 46 16 61
24 Tide Oil ( ctfs. .101 102 102
20 Toh Prod 7 99 19 9t
4 H P 1st 4 91 91 (1
10 IT P rv 4s 98 93 93
I Union Tnk Car 7.t3 l"! 103
I If 8 Realty 6s.... 95 t6 (5
4 U 8 Rubber IS. ..107 107 107
17 It 8 Rubber 6s.... 81 18 81
21 If 8 Hteel f 6.. 102 1"! 10J
4 Utah PAL Ii... II 11 11
18 Va-Caro Chem 7 18 97 91
18 Va-Caro Ch 1st 6 It 18 19
:j Virginian Ry It.,., tl 16 tl
27 Western Elec Is. ..100 100 100
. 9 W Maryland lit 4t 4 85 II
21 West Union 4t ..100 101 107
131. West'house Eleo 7s. 107 101 107
17 W A L E 4s .... 68 67 47
21 Wlc Spe Steel 7s... 99 98 18
104 Wilson A Co cf7.104 103 101
19 Wilson A Co cv 6s 92 91 91
3 Wlscon Cen gen 4s. 78 78 71
- ' Xew York Coffee.
Nw Tork. ;Aorll 11. There were re
actions In the market for coffee futuree
hers todav. Brazilian came wer con-
aidered somewhat. dtsaDPolntlng. while de
velonmenta at the Genoa conference nave
neen regaraea in some quarter a moai-
fylng optimum over prospects tor turo
nan demand, .and after onenins st a de
cline of S to 13 points, prices worked off
another point or two under scattered
resllzing or liquidation. May aold off to
10.260 and September to 9.71e, or ahout
80 to 33 points from yesterday' higher
prices. The close was within a point or
two or tne lowest, showing a net decline
or 7 to 16 points, sales were estimated
nt nbout 03.00 bags.' May. 10 25c: July.
10.02c: September, 9.71c; October, 9.70c;
December, 9.8ic January, I.SSc; March.
s.nr.
Snot coffee firm: Rio 7a. llo to llVio!
Santos 4s. lie to, llr.
Turpentine and Rosin. V
Savannah. Ga.. Anril 19. Turnentlna
firm. 76T77 bbls: sales, 160 bbls; re
ceipts, 2934 bbl; shipments, 13 bbls; stock,
1,763 bbls;' ,
Rosin Firm, ''sales, '680 casks; receipts,
802 casks: shipments, 1,745 casks; stock,
66.229 casks., '
Quote: B. D. B.. 14.05 4.07 tt : O H.
T... I4.7ffl4.10: 44.1294.16; M 15.10;
KnnsM City Clraln.
Kansas ' Cltv. Mo.. Anril 19 Caah:
Wheat No. 2 hard, 11.3291.50; No. 2 red,
1.321.S6.
corn No. z wn te. 55IB55t4c: No. 2
yellow, 68 59c. ,
Hay unrnanged. . . ,
Kansas City. April 19.-r-CIoe: Wheat
May. 11.29; July, 11.17; September,
111.11. " ...
Corn May. 55c: July. 68c: Septem
ber, 61c. .
t
, , Chloagd Potatoes.
ChlCtgo, April 19 Potatoes Dull: ' re
ceipts, 47 cars: total U. 8. shipments, 666
cars; Wisconsin sacked round whites,
81.50ffil.65 cwt.: Minnesota sscked round
whites, 11.4091.60 cwt.; Idaho sacked
Rurala. 11.6091.70 cwt.; Canada sscked
long whites, 11.75 cwt.: new stock, firm:
Florida Spaulding Rose No. 1. 17.76 bbl.;
jobbing price on 150-pound tack Spauld
ing KOSS. 16.5V.
Minneapolis Grain.
Minneapolis. April 19. Cash: Wheat-
No. 1 northern, 11.69 91.42 ; .May.
11.51; July, 11.40.
Corn No. 3 yellow, 64c.
Oats No. 3 white, 24985c. ' -.
Barley 61963c.
Rye No. 2. 8 999c.
Flaxseed No. 1, 12.6692.69. .
- Chicago Produce.
Chicago. April 19. Butter Unchanged.
Eggs Steady: receiots. 27.954 csaes:
first. 23 9 24c; ordinary first, 229
22c; miscellaneous, 129lle; . itorage
packed extras, 17c; storage packed firsts,
joic... ., - ... ...
0 New York Produce.
New York, April 19. Butter Firm:
creamery, higher than extra, 40940c;
extras, 39 c; firsts, 37 39c.
wggs .Firm, fresh gathered firsts, 26
27c.:- . -
Cheese Steady, 21c.-- "
New York Poultry. '
New Tork. Anril 19. Live Poultry
Steady; broilers. 40970c; chickens, 179
83c;. fowls, 26929c; dressed, steady and
unchanged.
I.ondon Honey. ' '
London, April 19. Bar Silver 85Kd per
ounce: money. 2 per cent: discount rat -a
short and 3-month bills, 292 per cant.
. Bar Silver. ' '
New Tork. April 19. Foreign Bar
Silver 70c.
Mexican poller 63a.
Chicago Poultry.
Chicago, April 19. Poultry Alive,
higher; fowls, 26c; broilers, 40950c; roost
ers, 16C.
Kansas City Produce.
Ksnsss City, April 11. Egg, Poultry
and butter Unchanged.
N. Y. Curb Bond$
New trk. April IS Treaie"a
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1 Ara.ntln I 22. ..100
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11 Russian IS 21
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New Yerk Oenernl.
. xt-a.u is irinue Steady:
toft winter 'trlght. 16.609 76.
Wheal opot. lirm; ro. a i.u
I hard.. 11.17 i No. 1 Manitoba. 11.11.
and No. I mixed durum, 11.17, c L f.
track. New ' Tork. to arrive. '
Corn pot, firm) No. I yellow and No.
I white, 7c, and No. 1 mixed, 78c,
e. I. f. New York, all rail.
Oat Spot, firm; No. I won, nsw
49e. ' . .
Hay Easy; No. 1, 12t.ooej3i.en; wo. i.
128.0092( 00; No. I, 124.00921.00; ship
ping. 122.00924.00 per ton.
utner articles uncnanseo.
New Y'ork Pryfood.
New Tork. April 11. Cotton goods
marketa were quieter today, with prlcea
firm and tending upward on aome print
cloth and sheetings. Wonted ysrns
were offered st concessions. Silks and
staple dress good- yere unlet. Burlapa
showed little change.
New York Pried Fruits.
New York. April 11. Evaporated Ap
ples Barely steady.
l-runes yulet.
Apricots Scare.
Peaches Steady,
Raisin Easy.
London Metal.
London. April It. Conner Standard.
spot, 58 17s 6d; electrolytic, 164.
Tin tj.ii 17 ta.
Lead (21 17s 6d.
Zinc 121 17t Id.
Flaxseed.
April 19. Flaxseed 11.629
Duluth.
2.11.
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