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TIIE OMAITA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, MAY 20. 1903.
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Grain Markets it Chicago Show Consider
able Firmness.
ARMOUR'S SALES HAVE SLIGHT EFFECT
Pit Traders Forced to Did Market
Vp. HavlDK Sold Short on Jaly
HJ September, and St. Loals
Bayers Help Them.
CHICAGO. Way 25-Wheat with the ex
ception of May. showed firmness, July
iio.ung with a gain of Vc. Corn was firm
witn Higher pints all around, final tin
u.es showing July up ijc. Oats were
aii-i early, but strengthened witn wheat
anil closed firm and unchanged. Provis
ions were weak and closed uCgiVc lower.
Armour sold May wheat
caused weakness In that delivery, which
soon was reflected In the later options
July having opened a 1 Ittle easier .on ha
cables, uncnanged to V; lower n i3Hai8v
followed with a decline to iic. Un i at
tempting to DUy at inn in".
p tr.'ers having sold short July and
September, they were forced ? bd "
market up and July advanced to .44,o Buy
ing of tit. IajuIs houses also helped the
late strength. Toward the close senti
ment became divided and the market eased
off final figures for July showing an ad
vance of c. at V3',c. The visible sup
ply showed a decrease of 8.463.000 compared
with a yesr ago. Clearances of wheat
ind flour were equal to 32.0no bu. Primary
receipts were 43S.O0O bu . against 392.0no bu.
last year. Minneapolis snd Duluth re
ported receipts of 275 cars, which, with
local receipts of 3S cars, none of contract
grade, made a total for the three points
of 313 cars against 203 cars last week and
252- cars a year ago
Good buying by commission houses on
cables and adverse crop reports caused
i" i .,- The selling was scat
tered and there was not much on the mar-
f
OMAHA WHOLLIALB MARKET.
Coartltloa of Trade and Qaotatloaa en
Staple and Finer Prodaee.
V.i'b Tresh stock, lic.
LIVE 1'OLLTHY Hens. 10c; spring
chickens, per lb., 25c: roosters, according to
age. 4 'i6c, turkeys, loloc; ducks, ltjllc;
g?ese. PfilOc.
HI n'fc.H Packing stock, LlSfiltc: choice
dairy. In tubs. 15417c; separa'cr. 2V?3c.
KUKSH FISH Fres,. cauht trout, c;
pickerel, 9c; pike ;,e; perch, tic; buffalo, "c;
rlu-tih, 11c, whltefish, 11c; salmon, lXc;
haddock, 11c; codfish. 12c; redsnspper. 10c;
lobsters, boiled, per ll., 27c: lobsters, green,
per lb., 25c; bullheads. 10c; catfish, 14c;
black bass, ITc; hall nut, 11c; shad roe, 35c
each; r-e shad, 7nc each.
IlRAN Per ton. flu.
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholesale
Dealers' association: Choice No. 1 upland,
; No. 2. fa.fio; medium, (a; coarse, 87. oo.
Rye straw, 4650. These price are foe hay
of good color and quality. Demand fair
and receipts light.
CORN 43c.
OATS -34c.
RYE-No. 2, 4Cc.
VEGETABLES.
OLD POTATuEH Per bu., 45350c.
iEW POT ATOc boutiieiii, per lb., 4V4
6.c; j)iT bbl., 8ti.6o.
L.KT 1 ICE Per dos. bunches, 30o.
J'AKBLKY Per aos. bunches. 30c
PAltSMPS Per bu., 3Wt40c.
CLCL'AiUERS Hothouse, per doi., $116.
trtt.t..N ONIONS Per dos. bunches, home
grown. UVfllic.
RADISHES Per doz. bunches, 15520a.
bPlNACH Home grown, per bu. basket,
UEAN8 Wax, per bu. box. $4; string.
per bu. box, fi. 004)3.60.
CABUAOE Holland seed, per lb., 2Hc;
new California, pec lb., 3c,
TOMATOES-New Florida, per (-basket
crate, JK a.'.'L
RHUMAhB-Per lb., lo.
ASPAHAOUS-Per dos. bunchea, 40a
NAVY BEANS Per bu.. 82.60.
FRUITS
6TRAWBERRIE8 Arkansas, per 34
quart case. 32.26U2.6t.
CHERRIES California, whlta and black,
per lo-io. box, 31. 60.
TROPICAL FRTTITB.
FIGS California, per lo-lb. carina, 80c;
track. No. 1 hard, S1V; No. 1 northern,
7'Ci No. t northern, 7i4ji7c.
t w)UK- irsi. patent nrm, f l.l'tffj 1.1.;
secmd patents, f i wjt .in; nrm clears, -i
H4 l, second clears, $2.4; J.50.
BKAN-I.N bulk. U..
k?l Jul" closed c higher at 45V.C after Turkish, per 18-lb, box. 18c.
ranging between nc. near u
and 4&V There was some local selling
due to Increased country offerings, but
the volume of business was small. Local
receipt, were 479 cars with 61 contract.
Osts were affected by wheat and an
easier feeling prevailed. .Offerings were
well taken. Tiowever, and prices ruled
steady, the close having rw between
I..... re .n,a ia Aentlment la still
somewhat bullish on crop conditions. Local
receipts were 20 cars.
Large receipts and low prices for hogs
at the yards gave a weak tone to the
provision market. There was some early
i . , i.
UKANOEd California navels, fancy, for
176 and smaller slses, 13.75; for 160 and
larger slzea, 83.25; Mediterranean, all alses,
13; Jaffa, $3; fancy blood, per half box,
12.00.
LEMONS-Callfornia fancy, all slses, 83.60;
Llmonerlas. 14; Mecinlas, 84.
DATES Persian, In io-lb. boxes, per lb..
6c; per case of 30-lb pkgs, 12.25.
PINEAPPLES-Cuban. U.Jk.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MAPLE SUGAR Ohio, .per lb., 10e,
POPCORN Per lb., 2c; snelied, ia.
HIDES No. 1. trHn Ur- Nn t rruii
run-ins bv brokers thought to be acting dc; No. 1, salted, 7Vc; No. 3, salted, Wc;
for packers and prices early held steady. No. 1, veal calf. 8 to 12 lbs., Ko. 2.
but scattered selling later caused declines veal calf, 12 to 16 lbs., tHc; dry salted
in everything. July pork closed Re lower hldoa, 512c; sheep pelts, 265gi.se; borse hides,
at 814 , with lard down 7V4c. at f8.9., and ti.bO-Bt2.60.
nuiB-namuii, no. 1, aort shell, per lb.,
16c; hard shell, per lb.. 14c: No. 2. soft shell.
per lb., 13c; No. 2, hard shell, per lb., 12c;
braslls, per lb., 12c; filberts, per lb., 12c;
almonds, soft shell, per lb., 16c; hard shell,
pei lb., 16c; pecans, large, per lb., 12Vic;
small, per lb., lie; cocoanuts, per dos., 61c;
chestnuts, per lb., 10c; peanuts, per lb.,
6ti-. rosstvu peanuts, per lb.. 7c: black
walnuts, per bu.. 11: hickory nuts. Dr bu..
J1.60.
OLD METAL. ETC.-A. B. AlDlm ouotes
the following prices: iron, country mlxen,
per ion, siu; iron, stove plate, per ton fS;
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat,
to cars: corn. 446 cars; oats. 275 cars; hogs,
ID.IViO head. .
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles ! Open. I Hlgh. Low. Close. Safy.
Wheat I I
May I7wn
July
Sept.
Corn
May July
Sept.
Oats
May July
Sept.
F''!
May
July
Sept.
July
Sept.
rtio:
May
July
Sept.
70H-&H
444CT4!
44'il'Rl'
44VflH;
3
33if:
I 30)
77 76H
74H 73
71 70H
4S4
trSfVt 444
443, 44
36H 85Vt
84 Shiff
si 30:
I f so
8 97m
f 00
I
f 65
36
I
18 62W 1 2V4
11 41) 17 62 17 40
16 75 16 H2 16 tv
I
8 87H
8 87
t 87H
8 97!
00
45'
9 65
87Vs
I 87H'
47H
. 27W
n
73H
70Vi!'8'i
44,
444iir,T copper, per id., Vio; brass. Heavy, per
I ' Bc; ora
8
83
31
17 60
16 85
. lmil'AUU, May 25. W
ok helped after a soft opening 1
J level by tha big decrease Tn
05 t.463,000. The early weakness
Visible Bapa-lr of Urals.
NEW YORK. May 25,-The visible sup
ply of grain Saturday, May 21, as com
plied by the New York produce exchange
is as lolluws:
V heat 2u3,OM bu.; decrease, t,453.000
bu.
Corn 4.336.000 bu.; decrease, 316,000 bu.
Oats l.i-iK.uuo bu. ; decrease, bu.
Rye 1, 1i.im bu. ; lucre. ib-. 74.tmu bu.
Barley l,o80,Ou bu.; decrease, 66.UUU bu.
Philadelphia I rodace Market.
PHILADELPHIA, May 25. BUTTER
Steady, fair ilemand; extra western
creamery, M4c; extra nearby prints, 24c.
EOU8 Firm; He higher; fresh nearhy,
16c lots oil. v.esitin, lb'c loss oif;
southwestern, lbHc loss oil; southern
nominal.
CUbLflG- Unchanged.
Milwaukee tiraln Market.
MILWAUKEE, May 25. WHEAT
Close: No. l northern, &3V,c; No. 1 north
ern, S2c; July, 73c.
RYE Lower; No. 1, 63c.
BARLEY Lower; No. 2, b3c; sample,
tJiJlOd'tC.
other sections were featureless.
Toledo Seed Market. '
TOLEDO, O.. May. 25.-CLOVER SEED
Dull, unchanged; October, 15.46 bid.
HEW YORK STOCKS AXD BODS.
will be considerable pressure in connec
tion with the settlement and month-end
requirements.
lAHld, May 2."). Business on the
Pvurse tixiay opened unwettled, but
closed firm. BukIikss was slack.
PARIS, May 25. Three per cent rentes,
9Sl, &c for the account.
Discounts were him. Business on the
stock exchange was cheerfully quiet and
attention was mostly centered In the
mining carry over. Consols were mostly
firm and neglected. Americans were de
pressed on New Y'ork advices. Chicago,
Milwaukee A St. Paul was prominently
weak. Prices closed firmer.
IajNDOS, May 25. The amount of bul
lion tsken Into the Bank of England on
balance today was 131,000. The sum of
lu,ooo was withdrawn for shipment to
South America.
LONDON, May 25, The stock ex
change will be closed on Saturday, May
3, and Monday, June 1, in honor of the
Whitsunday holldu-y.
BERLIN, May 25. Exchange on Lon
don. 20m, 43pfgs for checks. Discount
rates: Short and three-months' bills,
JVi per cent.
BERLIN. May 25. Unfavorable reports
regarding tho American Iron market weak
ened Industries at the opening of the
bourse today, but later a better tone pre
vailed. Money on call was quoted at 3"4
per cent.
London Stock Market.
LONDON. May 26. Closing quotations:
60
60
40
ss. light, per lb.. 6ltc: lead.
per lb., Sc; lno, per lb., 2a.
WEARS GRAIX COMPANY,
Omaha Branch llO-lll Board of Trade
Bnlldlng
CHICAGO. May 26. WHEAT Waa
to a higher
the visible.
rlv weakness was caused
by liquidation of May by Armour breaking
the market to lic from which figure
there waa a recovery of about
a cent. After the visible was posted
there waa a rush to cover, and a big Im
provement In the volume of business,
mostly on the bull side, and the market
ruled firm for the rest of tho session. A
noticeable feature was the strength at
St. Louis and the buying from that source.
wnicn waa instigated Dy aamage claims in
the southwest. Clearances, 2(3,000; world's
shipments, 12,213,000. Local stocks 4,638,000,
and a decrease of 673,000 from last week's.
No. 1
Cash quotation were aa forlowa:
FLOUR-Oulet.
WHEAT No. i spring, 7778e; No.
OATS No. J, 33533140; No. I white, 6e;
No. 8 white, 4aa-c.
BARLEY Good feeding, 88iJ48c; fair to Weather was favorable. Seaboard reoortea
Choice malting. 49ff54c, 26 loads for export. There were no local
SEED No. 1 flax, tl.12; No. 1 north- sales. It Is generally understood that there
western, tl.lTH; prima timothy, fS.46. are to be liberal deliveries of wheat on May
PROVISIONS Mesa pork. P",, gS1,- contracta this afternoon. This morning's
wn.iTMr j. ; ara per 1., .o.ouho.oiti, i receipts m care wun none contract; estl
short rib aides (loose). t9 3.W9.40; dry salted mated for tomorrow. 80 cars.
boulders (boxed), f8 0008.12 H: abort clear CORN There was an unexpectedly large
idea (boxed), t9 3&9.87H; whiskey, basis of decrease In the corn visible, numerous re-
hlgh wlne, tl.30; clover, contract grade, ports of too much moisture through west-
fll 6011.75. ern Iowa and eastern Nebraska, which
Following are tha receipts and shipments more than offset the big estimates for to-
it flour and train Saturday: . morrow. The range In corn haa not been
Receipts. Shipments V""". "" , .T.
, im em I and a steady advance In the face of heavy
ii'SS .ii'SJ I liauldation of a scattered lot of orders
""2,4 -w) tni '400 through commission houses. The heaviest
""a7f0 155 7110 1 buying was done by a few well posted
9o0 61 60S I nouses wnicn SDsorDea an tne orre rings
Flepur. bbla.
Wheat, bu..
Corn, bu....
Oata, bu....
live, bu
Barley, bu
Draatle Liquidation Aaaln Marks the
Day on Change.
NEW YORK, May 25,-The stock market
was subjected to further drastic liquida
tion today carrying prices to a new low
level for the year. The tide of selling was
at one time pretty effectually checked and
prices established at a- substantial recovery
from the low point by the determined sup
port of Important banking Intrresls and
their persistent bidding up of prices. But
the pressure became more severe than ever
after the buying demand was seen to have
oeen witncirawn at the higher level and
prices plunged from the Highest to the
lowest point of the day. There were some
feverish rallies due to the buying to take
quick profits by the room shorts, but the
closing was unsettled and unsteady and
not much above the low point on the aver
age. There was do new development to
explain the heavy selling and it was evi
dently due to general causes and the dis
couraging effect of last week's prices.
There was a large accumulation of selling
orders to be worked off in the opening deal
ings. Houses with out of town wire con
nections were very large sellers and much
liquidation was attributed to Pittsburg and
Chicago sources. This gave rise to re
ports during the morning that the condi
tion of the cotton market and damage to
the wheat crop were responsible for the
weakness of stocks. It was this accumu
lated selling that the supporting Interests
In the market had to contend with In the
task they had set themselves and which
seemed to be achieved before noon. The
Interests which have underwritten the New
Pennsylvania stock Issue and those con
nected with the United States Steel syndi
cate were supposed to have a share in the
support of the market. Buying for London
account also helped to absorb the ac
cumulation of selling orders. Later In the
day London turned to the selling side and
sold heavily. The second period of weak
ness seemed to grow out of the conspicu
ous selling of Rock Islands. The seemingly
unending stream of St. Paul stock coming
upon the market also had a sinister effect.
The origin and the motive of this selling
which seemed to be concentrated In char
acter was the subject of much animated
gossip all through the financial district.
There was talk of dissension In tho ranks
of the controlling Interest of the Rock
Island project. Assertions were freely
made of the recall of loans on an enorm
ous scale with the Implied deduction of
disciplinary purpose against undue indul
gence and speculative excess both In cotton
and In stocks. The support of this morn-
ng, which waa clearly by large banking
nterests seems to conflict with the view
that the later liquidations was forced by
peremptory recall of banking credits. The
engagement of f300.000 in gold for export
to Germany waa a disagreeable supplement
to the day's heavy outgo to South America.
But the best nrlces of the day for stocks
were made after the gold engagement waa
announced. The dlaturbea: labor situation
and the progress of the fued between the
Pennsylvania ana tne wester onion were
rilsturhlnz factors. The former tone of
discussion, which took the form of surmise
as to what the possibility or industrial re
action was Impairing the value of securi
ties seems to have changed to a question
whether the persistent decline in securities
Is not a symptom 01 some unreveaica un
health in the Industrial situation.
a war. weak In vmnnthv with
stocks. Total sales par value ff.670,000.
United bonds were an uncnangea on ma
last call. .
Following are tne quotations on me w
York Stock exchange:
TJSt Tu t Psetee.
14 T., It. L A W
Convols, money
do scceunt .......
Atrhlson ,
do pfd
lUittmore A Ohio.
Canadian Pacific ..
Chea. & Ohio
Chicago tit. W
C. M. A St. P....
D-Ileers
rjtnrer A R. O....
do ptd '
Erla
do Lit 1M
do id pfd
Illinois ('antral ...
Louts. A Naah....
M , K Ac T
.. 114 N. Y. Cenirtl..
.. 1 I Nor. A Wcat....
.. Tu do pfd
.. MW'Onlarlo A W...
. . to Fnnt7lTant ...
..UlSlRand Mine ...
.. 41' Rxading
.. Ill do lit pfd...
. .1M do 2d pfd...
.. HSI80. Rail war
.. ao pin
.
. 17
.a
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1
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4
10V,
Jt
4.H
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MS
4) '4
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Roooipti Moderate and Fiicea a
Little Stronger.
HOGS SOLD FIFTEEN CENTS LOWER
keep aad Lambs of Decent Quality
ia Good Demaad at Steady Prices
aad as Reeetpta Were Llaht
Everythlac Sold Early.
SOUTH OMAHA, May 15.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday X,b9 .4l0 i.J.4
Same day last week l.ui 4.im4 ...Hot
Same week before 2.48i 6.372 3 1.x
bamt three weeks ago.. 4.619 tol8 3.&3
Same four weeks ago.... 3.iU o..J i. 8 i
Same day last year 1,j6 o.Jla .ihj
KtXKlPlS t'OH 1'Hl; 1-.AR TO DATE,
The follow In k table shows the receipts ot
cattle, hogs and unwp at South Omana tor
tne yar to uatv ana comparisons who ii
ear:
1903. istttt. inc. uec.
Cattle 34.jS 30i.i 7.,w6
Hogs A,oi I.iMj,? iw,6
Blieep oOi.sW 4.i Ls.cJo
Average price pata lor uua i south
Omana lor in lail aeveial Uaa with comparisons:
So. Pacific ....
Union Pacific ,
do pfd
V. t. steel 31 '4
do pfd 12
Wabarh 3
do pfd
46,300
.570
On the Produce exchsnge today the but
ter market was steady: creameries, 15d21VtO:
dairies. lilRc; eggs, weak, at mark, cases
Included, 144j1414c; cheese, new, easy, llfcifc
120.
NEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
Quotations of tho Day oa Tarloas
Commodities.
NEW TORK. May 25. FLOUR Receipt
1A.K50 bhls.: exports. 17.06S bbls : Quiet, but
u . 1 1 .... .. ....- li Kun
4.4b: MinneVoti bakersT iX'; wnte? rttorr In the east badly In need of rain. The
and then bid the market up to tha high
point or tne aay, wnere it cioaea. Ke
celpts 479 cars with 61 contract and there
were 40 cars contract corn Inspected out of
private houses. The visible decreased 81.
000. There were about 35 loads taken at
New York for export and 160,000 sold from
here. Country offerings were considerably
lighter. Estimates for tomorrow 446.
OATS There has been little of Interest In
the oats, small trade and narrow range.
with the tendency somewhat lower. Re
ceipts were 260 cars with standard. Esti
mates for tomorrow 275 cars. The favorable
weather mao was the main bearish consid
eratlon, although there Is still a large ter
patents. f3.70KH.00; winter straights, W-fcOcft
4.65; winter extras, t2.80fr3.10; winter low
grades, t:! Wcr2.90. Rye flour, dull; fair to
good. f!.ft2 90.
CORNMEAL Quiet; yellow western
tl SO: city, fl.04: Brandywlne, t3.4o93.65.
RYE Quiet; No. t western, 69V4c. f. o. b.,
afloat: state, 66fr&8c, c. 1. f.. New York.
BARLEY Dull: feeding. Sic, e. I. f.. Buf
falo; malting, bamac. c. 1. 1., Hurralo
WHEAT Receipts, 349.060 bu.; exports,
31.918 bu. Spot, Arm; No. 3 red, elevator,
83V40, f. o. b., afloat; Mo. 1 uulutn, K'Hc.
f. o. b.. afloat: No. 1 hard Manitoba. RSXic
f. o. b afloat. Options sold off on big
world's shipments, favorable weather ana
easier Liverpool cables. It was rallied at
noon by the heavy visible supply decrease
visible decreased 136,000 and local Stock In
creased 91.000.
PROVISIONS Opened weak. Influenced
by liberal hog receipts and a 1016c lower
hog market. There was some good buying
of July ribs early, probably for Armour.
later tne support was witnarawn ana tne
market weakened on selling of July lard,
but recovered part of loss In sympathy
with grain nrmness. exporters report lm
nrovement In cash trade. Hog receipts to
day 60,000; estimated for tomorrow 19,000.
Hogs In the west today 77,000, against (7,
700 last year. .
WbAna uiuun LUJurAii 1 .
St. I.oala Grata aad Provisloas.
HT. LOT7IB. Mav 26. FLOUR Steady: red
nu merearier ruieo stronger on a Dig aa- 1 winter patents, w.tttt3 tto; extra fancy ana
vance anoui ni. xouis ana crop complaints; 1 stralgnt, 93.aKCM.ou.
closed Sc net higher; July, 7CViWT9 8-ltc, WHEAT Higher; No. t red cash, leva-
closing 11 ftftc;
riosea ii Bvtc. aceintmr. ivbvqw:. ciosea tl 1 temner.
76kc CORN Higher; cash, nominal; May,
CORN receipts, ZM.MO mi. j exports. 102.- 143'c; July, 42V4c; September, 421,c.
OATB-nrm; iso. z casn. 30c nominal;
track, 35ii35c: July, 33c; September, i2o;
SEED Timothy, nominal, t2.00ffl.26.
Ct )H N M E A lo teaa y at Ki bo.
BRAN Strong; sacked, east track, 739
'hay-:
exports. 160 t7.lKa 11.00.
WHISKI Hteaay, fl.OT.
Thill; timothy, f9.00916.00; prairie.
610. Spot, firm: No. 2. 67c, elevator, and
64Wc. f. o. b., afloat: No. 3 yellow. 66c: No.
3 white, 65c. OpUons were generally firm No. 2 white. 38 tie
til day on covering, due to smaller country RYE Stead v. 49e.
acceptances, me wneai airenrtn ana crop
aamage compiainis, closing nianer: Mav
67anc. closed at 67c: Julv. 52(fr62 5-lSc.
closed at 6Z -ikc; eeptember, 60ta0 15-16c,
ciosen mi nu 10-100.
OATS Receipts. 85.600 bu
V,. BiMt t b A v XI, M. a
white, 41V4c; No. 3. 37c; No. 2 white. 41c; IRON COTTON TIES L05.
No. I white, 4ic; track wnite. 39450. Op- BAOOINO 64,(S-ic
tiona lairiy active ana nrraer on adverse I HEMP twine dc
crop news. PROVISIONS Bacon (boxed), steady
may nteaay; snipping, iw76c: good to extra shorts. 10 37: clear rlba. 110.62
choice, tl Ooul lO. short clears. flO.75. Pork, higher; Jobbing,
HOPS Quiet ; state, common to choice, standard mess. 117 96. Lard, lower. tR Si
1903 crop, 174r24c; 1901 crop. 15jj"l8c; olds, 6'rj METALS Lead, quiet, 34.16. Spelter, spot.
luc. i-acinc couei, jw enjp, losiV73C; 19V1 I to.lu.
crop. 16jlc; olds, SihlOc. POULTRY 81ow; chlckena. 16He; springs,
rtiifc. nteaay; uaiveston, lsc; Call for- HWi'.-Oc: turkeys. 100 for hens: ducks. Uc;
tila. 19c: Texas dry, 14c. geese, 3Wtc.
LEATHER Steady; acid. S4fl26e. HI'TTER Slow; creamery, 16dJ23c; dairy,
nn. r. nrm aomeauc, lair to extra. vTb 1 13ii 1 ,c.
7c; Japan, nominal. I EUGS Steady, 13c fresh.
"PROVISIONS Meef. dull: family, tll.orws
1200; mess, ja.Wfgiauo; peer nanis, fjo.otVd)
:iw; city extra inaia mess, tn.ntifg 19.00.
cut meats, easy; piemen Denies, ki.i&w 10.40;
Pickled shoulders, ffv.6uiat.76; pickled hama
fll.2S47ll 60. Lard, steady; western steamed.
f.10; refined, steady; continent. ts 40; South
America. t!0; compound. f7.7ft'a' 0o. Pork,
teady; family, tit; short clear, tlO.&ij JO.jO;
mews, ia .-so in. 10.
Flour, bbls..
Wheat, bu..
Corn, bu....
Oats, bu....
Receipts. Shipments
.... lO.ono 60.000
.... 70.0K) 62. POO
....133.000 66.000
.... 67,000 62, 0U0
Kaasas City Grata aad Prorlalaas.
KANSAS CITY. May 25. -Close: WHEAT
aiay. motmSic; July. Wc: Hentember
TALLOW-Dull; city. 6Hc; country, 6U -&2Hc Cash. No. 3 hsrd, 7067mc; No
6H
HITTER- weak: extra creamery, 22c;
extra factory. 13sl5Hc; creamery, common
to choice, 1Mj21V"; Imitation creamerv. 15'iji
lax-; siate oauy ntn.ic; renovaien, utjjiNo.
. ite.i-.SE. irreruiar; state, run creams,
rancy small coioren, new. ltc: small
white, ll'o; large colored, new, 11 He; large
wnue, new, uhoii'iC.
KtBIS Steady ; slate and Pennsylvania
17-&I7V-; southern firsts. 13M14c: Kentucky.
16ijlorrc; we.-tern storage packed, 17c; west
ern nrms. iti-uiic.
METALS The feature In the metal mar
keta today was the sham break In tin
London cabled a decline of 4 &s In spot and
01 J. - i. on tutures. tne former closing at
i-U- las ana tne latter at 13t, ls. In New
York there was also a sharp break and the
market closed weak at ff?2.5o. Copper
declined 6s In 1-ondoii, spot closing at 02
It 6d nnd futures at T 10a. Locally copper
iv-i6Vc; No. 4. 44-g46c; retected, 62
; No. 2 red, 706r72c; No. 3. 69'a70c.
13
63c
CORN May 6d'c: July. VkiJc: Sen
tember. 38Sc Cash. No. 3 mixed. 41xo
iso. z wnite, tig 43c; no. 3. 4lB4lHc
OATS No. 3 white, 8oV4836c; No.
mixed, 34(i344c.
RYE No. 2. 45Mc.
HAY-Cholce timothy. 81100: choice
prairie. IS 50i 10.00.
BUTTER Creamery, ltQltc; dairy,
fancy. 16c.
EOQS Weak; Missouri and Kansas
stock. 12c doxen. cases returned: new No.
2. whltewood cases Included. 12Vc
Receipts, enlpments
Wheat, bu 7S.6O0 23..VW
Corn. bu...
Outs, bu.
...128.UO
... 27,000
411
1.0U0
Dalatk Grata Market
Pl'LVTH. May 26. WHEAT Close: To
remained dull and more or loss nominal ; I arrive. No. 1. hard, sic: No. 1, northern,
"c; May. No. 1. northern, 7c; July,
OATS May, 34c.
7Sc.
lake, electrolytic and casting sre quoted at
314 75. Iad was steady at t4.37U In New
York, while London reported an advance of
:ui, closing at 111UW. HM-lter was un
cbunged at 20 1iSod In London snd at
ti '.i In New York. Iron closed at 62s 6d In
tilssgow and at tomiM In MtddlrstorouaTh
Locally Iron was quiet and more or less
nominal. Nn. 1 foundry northern Is ouoted
il96tn:0 2a. No. 1 foundry southern snd No. I Mlaaeapalls wheat, Floar aad Braa
1 foundry southern soft at IJu.in j) Ti. W.r. 1 VIXXF.APOI.IS Mv -rinu, h i...,
tenia are nominal. l7!,ci July, T77c, Scpteuber, 9";$70a, on
Peoria Market.
PEORIA. 111.. May 26-CORN-Flrm; No
2, 41V; No. 4. 43c.
OA lo-Steauy; io. I white, S4Hc; No.
white. 32V8 33&
BAR SILVER Quiet, 2od per ounce.
MONEY 33H per cent; the rate of-din-ct
unt In the open market for short bills Is
3 per cent; for three months' bills, 3t
per cent.
New York Mlalas; Qaotatloaa.
NEW YORK. May 26. -The following are
the quotations on the New York Stock exchange:
Adams Cod 34
Alice M
Dreere 2S
rirunawlck V9 4
1 ometork Tunnal 8
Con. cai. a Va i:t
Horn Sllw 110
Iron Sllvar 12i
lxadvllle Con t
xAsked.
Little Chltf ..
Ontario
Ophlr
Fhoenlx
Potoal
Savac
Heira Nerada
Small Hosei .
t'Undaxd
... 4
...IM
...1U
... I
...
... II
... 40
... 6
...2S
Atchlaon
do pfd .
Baltlmora A Ohle. ..
de pfd
Canadian Paclfio ...
Canada Southern ...
Cha. A Ohio
Chicago A Alton
do ptd
Chicago A CM. W...
do lat pro
do M ptd..-..
!
at
l
.
, J, Hi
7V.
10
71
11
Chicago A 14. W 1714.
Chicago T. A T.
do pre
C. C. C. A St. L..
Colo. Southern ...
do lat pfd
do Id pfd
Del.. A Hudson..,
Del.. U A W
Deliver 4. R. O....
do pfd
Erie
do lat pfd
do 14 ptd
Ot. Nor. pfd
Hocking Valler ...
do pfd Bl
Illlnola Central ...
Iowa Central ....
do fd
L. B. A W
do pfd ........
Louie. A Naah....
Manhattan L ....
Met. 8t. Rr
Max. Central ....
Mei. National ..
Mlna. A St. L...
Mleaoari Peel So .
M.. K. A T
do pfd
N. I. Central.
14
... 46V.
... 1S
... llVi
... i
...171 VI
...250
... II
... 44V.
... U
... IT
... 64
...m
... M
... J
...un
... tt
... to
... 14
...too
.. .11114
...131.
...l:-
... JS4
... 11
... T4
...1044
... 13
... i
.1
N Y. Central 124-4
Nor. A Weat.
do pfd
Ontario A West.
Pennaylvanla ....
Keadlni
do lat ptd
do Id pfd...
It L 4 8. F...
do 1st pfd....
do Id pfd....
I. I 8. W
do ptd
St. Paul
do pfd
So. Paclfla
So. Railway ....
do pfd
... 47
... tSVi
... 4S
...IMV,
... W
... nv.
... f.
do pfd
Union raelflo
do pfd
Wabash
do pfd
W. A U B
do id pfd
Wla. Central
do pfd
Adams Express ....
Amer. Expreee ....
U. 8. Eipress
Wella-P.rao Ex....
Amal. Copper
Amer. C. a F
do pfd
Amer. Lin. Oil
do pfd
Amer. 8. A R
do pfd
Ana. Mln. Co
Brk. Rap. Tr
Colo. F. A I
Con. Oaa
Tob. pfd ,
General Blactrto
Hocking Coal
Int'n'l Papar ,
do pfd
Int'n'l Power
Laclede O.e
National Blarutt .
National Lead ....
No. American
Pacific Coaet
Pacldc Mall
People a Gaa
Pressed Steel Car.
do pfd
Pullman Pal. Car.
Republic Steal ....
do pfd
Sugar
Tenn. C. at 1
U. B. A P. Co....
do pfd
V. S. Leather
do pfd
V. U. Rubber
do pfd
71V, U. S. Steal.
74
.... 5W
.... 90V.
.... 46S,
....14t
....114
.... 44
.. It
.. a.
do pfd
Western Union ...
Am. Locomotlre ..
do pfd
K. C. Southern....
do pfd
Rock Ielan4
do ptd
..
.. 90
.. 3a V.
.. US
.. nv.
.. 35
.. 44V,
.. 324
.. U
.. 20 Vi
.. 41
..JU
..too
..111
..too
.. 0'4
.. atv,
..
.. n
.. 3.
.. 4744
.. 94 V.
.. a
.. 0
... 47V1
..too
,.io
..in
... 14
.. II
.. 74
.. tt
... 17
.. 40
.. 7Vi
... II
.. kl
... .7'4
... n
... bi'
... K
...J0v,
... 16
... 76
...121
... i
... I
,.. I
... lHi
... 4
... 1444
... 4Vi
... 10
... KH,
... 41
... U
,.. 0
... ni
... 4KV.
... 17
... 71
Cotton Market.
LIVERPOOL, May 26. COTTON-Spot,
moderate business done; prices unchanged;
American middling. 6.28d. The sales of the
day were 8,000 bales, of which 500 were for
speculation and export and Included 7,100
American. Receipts, 9.000 bales, Including
6,7(1) American. Futures opened nrm and
closed steady; American middling, g. o. c.
May, 6.0i"lrt.l0d; May and June. 6.073.08d;
June and July. 6.04d6.06d; July and August.
6.01'n6.02d; August and September, b.l&
6. hid; September and October, 6.43d: Oc
tober and November, S.ll'So.d; November
and December, 606.01; December and Jan
uary, 6.4.; January and February, 4.47d.
ST. LOUIS, May 25. COTTON Firm,
unchanged; middling llvc; sales, 69 bales;
receipts, 6S0 bales; shipments, 690 bales;
stock, 12,52 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, May 2R.-COTTON Fu
tures, quiet Hiid steady; May, 11. dv, nom
inal; June, 12.02c, nominal; July, 12.39fgl2.40c;
August. ll.7iitfill.S0c; September. 10.13-(i 10.14c;
October. g.SS'af.tflc; November, 9.20fff9.22c;
December. 9.2tVfi9.21c. Spot, quiet; sales,
4,5ti0 bales; ordinary. 9 9-16c; good ordinary
10 1-16c; low middling, 1013-lc; middling,
119-lBc; good middling. 12c: middling fair.
1211-lSc; receipts, 1,407 bales; stock, 84,997
bales.
NEW YORK. May 25 COTTON The
market opened firm, 2 points lower to t
points higher, and ruled comnaratlvel v
quiet. The Initial losses were confined to
the old crop positions and were In sympathy
with the early Liverpool cables, which
were rather below expectations on these
positions, while the new crop waa firmer
than was considered probable, due to the
local closing of Saturday. Right after the
can, nowever, tne wnoie market waa ral
lied sharply, partially by the strength In
New Orleans and partly bv the southern
buying orders. July sold up from 11.06c, the
lowest price on the call, to 11.2Kc. August,
opening at 10.67c, advanced to 10.85c, while
September, opening at 9.64c, advanced to
9.98c. The firmness at New York waa at
tributed to the presence of the bull leader
In that market, and It waa also thought
that the rush or southern buying orders re
celved here probably originated from that
source. The Increased activity waa of but
short duration, however, and this market
became comparatively quiet, with prices
ahowlng a reactionary movement tonight
under selling for both accounts. Thla was
encouraged by favorable weather. Port re
ceipts for the day were 4.217 bales, aaralnst
1.961 bales last year. Still there aeemed to
be more or less uneasiness as to the show
Ing to be expected from the weekly crop
report due at noon tomorrow, and shortly
after mid -day, when a loss of 3t points
rrom tne nest ot tne morning nan Deen re
corded, the market again turned firm.
though without showing any appreciable
Increase In activity, and advanced to a new
nign level ror tne day, July reaching 11 30c
and the general list a level 10 30 points
higher, with the late months still exhibiting
especial firmness. From this there was a
partial reaction under realizing, but the
market was finally steady, net 2f(Tl3 points
higher. Total sales of futures estimated at
3UU,uuu bales.
The closing quotations on bonds are at
follows:
U. 8. rec. Is, reg....l04,t,. n. anl. 4s 101
do coupon lOoVllMei. Central 4s.... 71
4o la, reg 101 VI do 1st Inc
do coupon lul Minn. A St. L. Is 13;
do sew 4s, res....lJ6'a lM.. K. A T. 4s 9U
do coupoa lieVt: do Is IP
da old as. reg UOVsN. Y. C. g. IV,a,...102i
do coupoa inViN. J. C. gen. ....112i
v ma .".TB.no. racmo as 101
do coupon 1- o I do Is 71
Atchlaon gea. 4s I N. a W. a. 4s
ao hj. a ru iKe.dlng sen. es 7-
B. A O. 4a 10. St. L 4 1. M. e. 4e..lUV
" i si. i.. at a. r. s
ido conr. s lovv, gt. L. a. w. u.
xCeaada So. Is 10t ido la
C. of O. la 1U6V. S. A. A A. P. 4a.
Ido lat Ine 74 iSo Pactte 4a
Chee. a Ohio 4V,e...l04 So. Railway 6s...
c a a. tsta Tsvi iTuu a p. i...
C , B. a (1. a. 4s... MV.lT.. St. L. a W.
,C. M a St P g. 4... lut .In loo Pacific Is..
C. a N. W. e. Is. ..131 do cour. is
itC, R. I. a P. 4a... 106V. Wabash la
iCfC. St. L. g. la. M I ido im
iCklcsgo Tsr, 4a aJV do deb. B
Colorado so. la 'J ft Shore 4s now
Denver A R. O. Is... MV. W. A L. E. It 1V
do general la. a6'Coa. Tob. la.
IP. W. a D. C. Is.. 110 iLolo. Fuel 6s.
xHorklng Val. 4Vts..l07Va
xBld. axOffered.
... JVa
... .1
... T
...
...114
...111
a. ii
...102L.
... H
...HIS.
....lUd
71
0
4SV.
Dostoa Stock Qaotatloaa,
BOSTON, May 25. Call loans, 2jj44 per
cent; time loans, 4mi5 per cent Official
closing prices on stocks and bonds:
Atchlaon 4a
Mel. Central 4s....
Atchlaon
do pfd
Boaiou a; Albanr..
bo.too Ulevated .
N. T . N. H A H.
Pltchburg ptd
Union Pa.lfic
Amer. Suger
do pfd
Amer. T. A T
Dom. 1. A 8
General Elactrls ..
Maes. Electrto ....
do ptd
United rrult
U. S. Steel
do pfd
Adveature
Alloue.
Amalgamated
. .. P4 iBIngham
... 71 Cel. A Heel.
... 71 V( nteunll
... Ms. Copper Range ....
...266 jlKmlnloa Lual ..
...las lisle. Rorala
...ia Mohawk
... M old Dominion ....
...U2 Oereola
...HO Parrot
...164 igulniy
... 14 Santa Fe Copper..
...1M il.aiarack
... ;i,Tnraoiai.la
... 6s Trlnltir
...HH I'nllad States ....
... 10 Utah
... koi., victoria
. .. 7'Wlaona
... I IWolvsrlne
... 40i.lD.lr Weat
... tl
...111
... 21
... tV,
... MV.
...
... 7V,
... 4.
...144 V,
... ai
... 34
...1U6
... 1
...11.
... wv,
... 1
... M
... v
... 4 V,
... uv.
...
... 45
Forelaa rtaaaelal.
IjONDON. May S -Rates for
had a hardening tendency In the market
today, owing ut Indication that thai
money
Evaporated Apples aad Dried Frwlts
NEW YORK. May 25. EVAPORATED
APPLES The market for evaporated
applea Is quiet and the tone
ratner easy, tnougn prices are still un-
prime at b'iogovfcc; choice at 6rstv.c, and
fancy 6v4ff7c.
CALIFORNIA FRUITS Anrlcota remain
Arm, with some holders showing a disposi
tion to hold for still higher prices. At the
moment demand Is moderate, however, and
prices are unchanged. Choice are held at
7MSc and tancy at 919V4c. Prunes are
steady to nrm at prices ranging rrom sc
to 7c for all grades. Peaches are In quiet
demand and ruled fairly steady at 78c for
choice and 8Vkal0c for fancy.
Oil aad Koala.
NEW YORK, May 25. OIL Cotton seed
steady. Petroleum, steady. Turpentine,
steady: 64Vystwc asked.
ROSIN steady.
LONDON OIL Calcutta linseed, spot,
40s 3d; linseed, 23s 3d. Petroleum spirits,
7Url. Turrjcntlne sDirlta. 42s 6d.
OIL CITY, Pa.. May 25. OIL Credit
balances, 11.60; certificates, no bid; ship
ments. 102.498 bbls.: average, 82,208 bbls.
runs. L468 bois.: average. 77.869 bbla. Ship
ments, Lima, 113.777 bbls.; average, 69,246
bbls.; runs, Lima, 77,164 bbls.; average.
D6.433 bbls.
SAVANNAH. May 25. OIL Turpentine,
firm. 6lc. Roiln. firm; A. B. o, D, ll.TO; E,
si.iu; r, si.fo; u, si.rj; n, w. i, a.vo. ,v,
13 10; M, S.a; N, 3.26; WO, $3 36; WW, 83.65.
Coffee Market.
NEW YORK. May 25. The market for
coffee futures opened steady at unchanged
prices and ruled quiet. Foreign markets
were unchanged, but the primary re
ceipts were full and this brought about
some selling which gathered force with
the progressing position snd closed the
market steady .at a partial decline or
points. Sales were 14.760 bags. Including
May, 1.76c; June, .7Mg3.76c; July, 4.90c
August. 195c: September. 4 06414 10c: Oc
totier, 4.15c; November. 4.10c; December,
.6oa4.oUc; January, 4 u34.6tc.
Isgsr aad Molasses.
NEW YORK. May 26 SUGAR Raw,
steady; refined, firm.
MOLAHHE8 Quiet.
NEW ORLEANS, May 26 SUGAR Dull
open kettle. ZStWT-loc; open kettle cen
trlfugal. 3f3Sc: centrifugal whites, 4c
yellows. 3-nSc. Molasses, open kettle, nom
Inal. 13'(ic: centrifugal, 6gl8c. Syrup,
nominal, iyjZ4c.
Dry Goads Market.
NEW YORK, May 26.-DRY GOODS-The
market is advancing witn uuying or onl
moderate proportions. The continued lilg
prices of raw cotton Is making the namln
of material advances a necessity. Curtail
mint has been adopted aa the policy of a
good many mills and Is expected to spread.
Local Jobbers are having an Indifferent
business.
Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS. May 26-WOOL-Strong 1
demand. Medium grades and combing. 16i
2uVfcc; light fine. l.Viil7Vc; heavy fine, ll'pltc
tuo wasnea, lratViC.
Wklsky Market.
CINCINNATI. May 25-WHI8KY-Dis
tillers' finished goods, stesdy on basis o
ii. u.
Evldesr of Wholesale Hrlbery.
BOSTON, May 25 J. B. Moran. a lawyer
announces that he haa In his possession ol
a wholesale bribery echeme mapped out by
Marsachusctts men. which involves seven
prominent legislators who are In the com
bine. The confession was made by a Bos
ton merchant, a member of the leglslatur
of 1KS1. who dlsanncared after placing th
confession1 in Mr. Moran a hands. Mr.
Moran will at once lay his evidence before
the (rand Jury.
Date, i 1903. 1993.im.jl9fM16l.;l!iM.l7.
May l.... 6 83 90 6 4 26 8 (1 I 8 71
May i 76 I 7 UL ill 6 II! i 66i 8 90,
May ( J U2 k 73 6 1 4 o i i I .1
May 4....I ibgi I s ooi u oo s s n
May 6.... 4 72 I 7 03 I 6 22 8 J, i tKt i he
May .... b 6 90, 5 48, 8 44 1 8 93, 8 64
May 7.... 6 UV,, 3 ,U, t 21 1 I 3 90 3 70
May 8.
May 4 ...
May 10..
May 11. .1
May 13...
May 13...
May 14...
May 16...
May 16...
May 17...
May 14...
May Is...
May 20...
May 21...
May 2t:..
May 23...
May 24...
May 2j...
UM 1 00 6 64 6 1 8 69 i 171
C 641 7 l 6 b6 6 12 8 W 8 89
7 08 6 61 6 16 3 H 3 9o 3
54V.I I 6 ft 6 16 I So 4 Wi J b
6 44 t M 6 161 3 66 4 II, 3 47
II 41-i US, t 68 3 a 4 Jt 3 6b
bVi 7 13 6 711 t 17j I 4 231 8 61
82V, 7 12 6 66 I Zl 8 67 8 61
3o-4, 7 0. 4 9 6 - 63 4 26
7 13i 6 73, 6 J0 3 6U 4 4o) 1 o
( rS 1 6 73, U 8 o 4 2j 3 6J
6 31-, 7 12 6 lui 8 en i 4 34 ; 3 ol
6 27hi 7 11 6 73 8 661 4 26 3 53
C 24 7 08 6 67 I 03 4 3 62
lsSl 7 Vi, 6 63 6 0S 3 62 3 62
( 19-Sl 7 0S 6 61 6 01 3 66, 4 33
7 06 5 6, 6 04 3 6i, 4 25 8 45
0441 6 61 o 14, 8 i 4 lil 8 40
Indicates Sunday.
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
1 toads. uatlie. riogs. en p n ses.
C, M. c St. F. Ry.. 1
Wabash 4 ..
Mo. Pac. Ry 2
U. P. System 16
C. 4 N. W. Ry 10
V., E. A M. V. R. R. 35
C, St, P., M AO.. 20
B. ft. M. Ry 33
C, B. A- Q. Ry .... 1
K. c. & el. j
R. I ft P. Ry.. E. 3
Illinois Central 2
30
1
8
10
27
7
19
3
10
3
118
Total receipts ..125
The disposition of the day's receipts was
aa follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber or head indicates.:
Buyer. cattle, nogs, eneep.
Omaha Packing Co. ...
bwlft and co
Armour ft Co
Cudahy Packing Co
Swift and CO. (country)
Armour ft Co. from K. C.
Lobman ft Co
Huston ft Co
Hamilton
F. Hues
Wolf ft Murnan
Sheridan Meat Co
Dennis A Co
Rothschild
Other Buyers
636 cAH 2bl
464 1.546 17S
49 1.813 49
620 1.79S 931
176
1,963
1
10
52
19
41
84
8
6
211 ... 151
Totals
CATTLE There
...3,663
not an
8,042 1,560
excessive
run ot cattle in sight this morning at any
of the market points and as a result 1.10
teeung was a lime oeuer. i railing inn
was lalrly active, wun prices a liuie
stronger oil all desirable grades.
Kenr steer buyers started tut in good
season ana tho general market could sa.ely
be quoted a iltue stronger, lie Mine as
waa the case at the close ot last week, tue
market was rather uneven, so that while
some sales looked iKaiwc Higher than tne
same kind 01 cultle urouiit last riiday
otner sales old not look any more man
steady. The prices paid, though, averageu
a little stronger tnan tnose paiu last Jt'ri
uay. Tradliiat was falny active, so tie
moat ot the early arrivals Were disposed 6.
In good season.
Tne cow market was also active ana
stronger. There was even more uneven
ness to tne cow maiaet man mere waa iu
the steer market, ao that salea were made
all tue way irom steauy to lue or even loo
higher tnan tne late rriuay maraei. inj
general market could' best oe uvscrioed oy
.11 llinar it mruna to a dime lilKher. Tue
greatest advance today was on tue better
trades. It will oe rememuereu tint 11 waa
tnaf, class mat suiieteu tne gn-Mieai uq
inline lust week.
Bulls, veal calves and stags ail sold
freely at steady prices. There were very
few stockers and lecoers In the yards tins
morning and as speculatois ull wanted a
tew Ilesn supplies ait uesiraoie giauva
were In good aeinana at iuuy steauy prices.
The common stuff was more or less ne
glected, but there was no quotable change
in tne prices paiu. rtepiew!ui.ue wum
BT12EIIS.
No. A. l-r.
I 700 4 00
I...., 760 I 60
I I.U 1 60
1 713 3 60
1 140 I 76
1 60 I 00
1 700 4 00
1 IM 4 11
I tWO 4 10
loul 4 20
XI .47 4 26
400 4 34
24 4 24
II 1044 4 40
11 Ml 4 40
It Ill 4 14
I U IX
e 1001 4 to
I en tit
II (34 4 14
It lOil I 16
1 1140 4 16
14..... 12t 4 46
1 1117 4 60
II 1140 4 60
It 1111 4 60
11 1000 4 60
17 1101 4 40
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STOCK COWS AND HEIFERS.
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8TOC KEHH AND FEEDERS.
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. 410
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HOGS There was an exceotlnnallv hoaw
run of hogs here today for a Monday and
as Chicago was quoted liijl6c lower prices
here naturally took a tumble. At the start
there were possible a few loads that sold
l'Vpl6c lower, but the general market was
right artung 6c lower than the close of
lust week. After packers had their more
urgent orders filled they were very In
dlnerent so that the late market waa aln
and weak at the decline. The bulk of
the hOKS sold at rlalit around If, OK or f mm
6 00 to 16 07V,. Tha prime loads aold mostly
irom 06 to 16.10. salesmen were slow to
tafle oft as much as puckers wanted them
to so the day was well advanced before the
bulk waa disposed of.
Today s decline carries the market to the
lowest point reached since December 19 of
last year. Representative aa es:
No.
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60 244
67 260
70 268
60 236
67 2S7
70 254
67 264
58 191
60 319
66 2s5
49 221
SHEEP There was a small ran of sheen
and lambs here this morning snd while the
bulk of the stuff was rather Inferior there
were some of pretty decent quality. Buyers
took hold of tne more desirable bunches
quite freely and the market could be
quoted active and fairly steaov. There was
considerable uneveness In tne prices paid,
the same as has been the case for some
little time past. Some clipped lambs of
fair quality brought 46.25 and some clipped
ewes 4. 36. The common stuff was, of course,
rather slow sale, the same as usual.
Quotations for clipped stock: Choice
wentorii lambs, $6.2oS6.75; fair to good
lambs, $6.606.261 choice western wooled
lambs, efi.75j7.00; fair to good wooled
Ixmbs, IS.Ofl6i.50;; choice lightweight year
lings, I6.60S5.76; fair to good yearlings,
S4.7oo75.26; choice wethers. 16.00(35.26; fair
to good wethers, 84.2fVfj-4.65; choice ewes.
M.S-W3.MJ: fair to good ewes, 3.50oT4.25
iceoer iambs, 33.60Q4.00; feeder
83.5ooj4.00; feeder wethers,
fft-der ewes. $2.263.50.
151 cull lambs
8 bucks
172 western ewes
western ewes
Ill western ewes
49 western ewes
39 western ewes
97 western lambs
23 western yearlings
767 western lambs
yearlings,
43. 60 -&4. 00;
63
81
90
93
89
87
92
63
67
73
3 65
3 "i5
4 3.
4 35
4 So
4 85
4 76
6 60
6 60
6 25
CHICAGO LIVE aTortv MARKET,
Cattle Trices Show aa laereaae of Tea
ta Flfteea Ceats.
. CHICAGO. May 25.-CATTLE-Recelr.tsL
9,000 head; 10rgl&c higher. Good to prime
iccra ai.wiw.4u; poor to medium, 34.0fa
4.90; stockers and feeders, $3.26; cows, 81.6014
sou neirers, ;.o0j6.00; canners, 31.60ffl2.80:
bulls, 2.00W4 .26; calves. $2.&04j.75; Texas fed
HOGS Receipts today, 60,000; estimated
tomorrow, 16.WW; left over. 10,000; 154i20c
lower. Good to choice heavy, 46.1d4i6.4U.
rough heavy, 86.9yn.,.l6; light, 86.50Hj6.86;
"uirt vi Dtliril) s0. fxtfj O iU.
SHEEP AND LAM RS Receipts, 14.000;
sheep and lambs steady. Good to choice
wath.r, li .f.. -m , - l ... 1 1 , ,
$3.54.60; western sheep, $4.765.'J6; native
in., nun, ei.-i'-w, western lamps, e4.oOCa7.UQ;
Receipts. Shlnments.
200 679
11,401 i,.(l
2,703 48S
Official Saturday:
Cattle
Hogs
Sheep
Kansas Cltr Live Stork Market.
KANSAS CITY. May 26. CATTLE Re
ceipts 3,000 natives, 1,300 Texana; calves, 65
natives. 65 Texans. Beeves fV3-lftc hfe-her-
Texans, steady: cows, stockers and feeders.
nrm; duiis and valves, quiet. Choice ex
port and dressed beef steers, $4.55(ij6.25; fair
to good. 83.60424.55: stockers and feeders.
2.86B-4.76; western fed steers. $2.806.u0;
Texas and Indian steers, $2.60-34.15; Texas
cows, $2.00(33.00; native cows, $1.50(34.40; na-
...... v. 1 ... 1? ruvsj , . . , ,4. n . ,.
bulls, l.&KiH.OO; calves. i2.txa.S0.
HOGS RecelDts. 3.600. Market aOadv.
ii"" - "tn. v'i w'- e is is v j a sa i rm , WV. oirji
6 12Vi; heavy, $6.1036 25; mixed packers, $6.0o
rU. 4. T1 44B 4 4 4., an. WWlj'v.iV, J Ul IkClB. N.tKnW
Kl; pirn. $6.0CrfJ5.60.
BHEEP Receipts, 6,800. Market active,
steady. Native lambs, 84.805 7.60; western
lambs, $4 0IK&7.40: fed ewes, $3.605.3&: na
tive wethers, $3.8506.70; Texas clipped
sheep. $3.75il6.75; stockers and feeders. $3.40
64.20.
New York Live Itork Market.
NEW YORK, May 26. BEEVE8 Re
ceipts, 8,380 heai; steers, firm to 10c higher;
bulls, steady; cows steady to strong. Steers,
$4.6o4i60; stags, $3.90oj4.60; bulls, 43.2EX&4.30;
cows. $1.80&4 06; cables steady.
CALV KB Receipts, 6.667 head; active
and 60o?76c higher. Veals, $4.00416.76; but
termilks, $3.60.04.00; mixed calves, 44 37V
6 60; city dressed veals, higher, 71310c; ex
tra, 10V.C
HOG fi Receipts, 7.220 head: steady; state
and Pennsylvania hogs, 86.uV36.30.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 11.268;
sheep slow and steady; lambs steady to
firm. Bheep, $2.604.60; choice, 84.76; culls,
$2.0(2.30: yearlings, $4.6016.26; one car
extra, $7.26: dressed weights, 12V,3T3V,c;
lambs, $6.003.76; culls, $5.
Shipments tomorrow: 762 cattle, 1,007 sheep
and 4,800 quarter ot beef.
It. Loals Lira Stoek Market.'
ST. LOUIS. May 28 CATTLE Receipts.
2,600 head, Including 2.000 head Texans; mar
ket steady to strong and higher; native
shipping and export steers, $4.00fi6.26;
dressed beef and butcher steers, $3.75436.00;
steers under I,0u0 lbs., 44 7Mb. 76; stockers
and feeders, $3.0O34.60; cows and heifers,
$2.26S4.76; canners. $2.0082.76; bulla, $2.60i
4 00; calves. $4.6tXfl4.26; Texas and Indian
steers, $2 904 40; cows and heifers, t2.3t
8.30.
HOGS Receipts. 6.000 head; market 10316c
lower; pigs and lights, 85.6o56.80; butchers,
85.9656 26.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.000
head; market active, strong; native mut
tons, $4iio'(i6.60; lambs, $4.60g700; culls and
bucks. $2 6o-n4.60; stockers, .2.0058.00; Tex
ans, $J.75.4.7&.
t. Joseph Live Stock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. May . CATTLE
Receipts. 2.614 head; steady to 10c higher;
natives. 85.UXij6.20; cows and heifers, $2.03p
4 60; stockers and feeders, $3 26414 80.
HOGS Receipts, 3.000 hrad; MTl&o lower;
light and light mixed, $6.02Vt'Q6.10; medium
and heavy, $6.07V,l5 2t; bulk, $6.1056.15; pigs,
$5.25i5 75.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 1,810
head: steady.
CORN-July, 45V4C.
llssr City Live Stoek Market.
SIOL'X CITY, Ia., May 25. Bpeclal Tele
gram. CATTLE Receipts, 2,000; stockers
10c higher, killers strong; breves, $4 03-1.90;
cows, bulls snd mixed, $2.50f(j4 10; stockers
and feeders, $3.t05-4.60; calves and yearlings,
63 mj4 oo.
HtMJS Receipts, 3.500: market 15c lower
at $5.7554 15; bulk, $5.Jj&.06.
stork la Sight.
Following were the receipts of live stock
at the six principal aestern cities yester
day;
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
Omaha 2.669 4.410 2.314
Chicago 4.xi tO.Oiu 16000
Kansas Cliy 3 0"0 3.6HO 6.800
St. Ixiuis 2 b"0 6.000 1 (no
St. Joseph 2.614 3.nno Jjio
Bioux City 500
Total 27.548 78,410 17,424
NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH
Hlgk Seat Backs Prevent Orcnpenfa
froaa Beleaj Creaked fader
Aateasoblle.
SAN- FRANCISCO. May 26-Florencc
Blythe, who Inherited a $4.0 0.001 rM.it
from her father after a sensational flfte n
year suit In San Francisco courts. hn
narrowly escaped death with her hushur.rf
A. A. Moore, Jr., and Ma sister. In in
automobile accident near Oaklnnd.
The tire of one of the rear wheels ll
up while the machine was going at u
speed of thirty-five miles an hour. M:.
Moore threw on the breaks and shut on
the power.
The heavy machine swerved to the right
but righted Itself for an Instnnt and tlif .
upset, Mr. Moore and his wife and tt.-i
were pinned under the wreck of the auto
mobile. The high seat bucks previ nt
all three from being crushed.
Celebrates Birth of P.nieraon.
CONCORD. Mass., May 25. Concord t.
day gave Itself up to a genera' celfhrtio
of the 100th anniversary of the birth t
Ralph Waldo Emerson. A large numt r
visitors came to mingle their homage -wlti
those residing here. Thrre were two pari
to the dsy"s program. The forenoon r :
clres were planned exclusively for Ih
school children. The principal speaker t
the morning was Le Paron Russrll Hrta
of Harvard and a feature of tlie crlelm.
tlon was the recitation by pupils or r, -l-cted
poems of Emerson. In the aftcinoi.i
President Charles Eliot of Harvard. I'u'nw
Thomas Wentworth Hlgglnson, Prof. W'i.
nam James of Harvard and Senator Hon
wire among the speakers.
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IAJLWAY TIME CAKll,
lMO STATION lOTH AND MARC V.
Uaioa Paelde.
Leave,
.a 9.40 am
Arrive,
a 7:60 pm
a 3:26 pni
Overland Limited.
The Fast Mall ...
California Express a 4:20 pm
r-acinc ,xpreas aU:30 pm
Eastern express a 6:30 pm
The Atlnntiu Express... a 7:30 am
The Colorado' Special. ..a 7:10 am a 3:4U um
Chicago special a 3:40 am
Lincoln, lieatrioe and
Stromsbuig Express. .b 4:00 pm bl2:60 pm
North Platte Locul a 6:00 am a 6:16 pm
Urand Island Local. ...b 6:J0" pm b 9:35 am
Wabash.
St. Louis "Cannon Ball"
Express a 6:56 pm a 8:20 am
Bu iouts Local, Coun
cil Bluffs a 9:16 am al0:30 pm
Chicago. Mtlsvaakee aV St. Paal.
Chicago Daylight a 7:46 am all: 16 pm
Chicago aai express. .a 6:40 pm a e:iu pm
Chicago Limited a s:ue pm a i:ou am
Des Moines Express. ...a 7:4o am a 3:w pi.i
iliii-aaui Hens lalaad ak tacl4tc.
EAST.
Chicago Daylight L'i'd.a 6:00 am a 6:45 am
Chicago DayliKtu Local. 7:u0 am a pm
Chicago Express bll:le am a 6:jo pin
Des Moines Express.... a 4:o0 pin oli:! a.u
Chicago cast a.xpres8. .a ; pm a 1: pm
A EST.
Rocky Mountain L i u.a 6:60 pm a 4:55 am
Lincoln, Colo. Springs,
Denver, i'ueblo and
West a 1:30 pm a 6:00 pm
Colo., Texas, Cat and
Oklahoma Flyer a 6:40 pm al2:40 pm
llllaola Central.
Chicago Express a 7:36 am a 1:10 pm
Chicago, Minneapolla 4V
St. 1'aul Limited a 7 60 pm a 8:06 am
Minneapolis at St, Paul
Express b 7:35 am b!0:3S pm
Chicago Local 10:36 am
Chicago Express al0.36 am
tsicsta ev Kortawestera.
-The Northwestern Line."
Fast Chicago a 3:40 am a 7:00 am
Mall :W P" a :3u am
Local Sioux City a 6:10 am a:jo pm
Daylight St. Paul a 7:36 am alTi:26 pni
Daylight Chicago a 8:U0 am ailau pm
Local Chicago all:3U am a 6:10 pm
Local Cedar Rapids.... 6:10 pm
Limited Chicago a U pm a 4:15 am
Local Carroll a J:oo pm a 9:o am
Fast Chicago a 6:60 pm a 3:46 pin
Fast Bt. Paul a 8:10 pm a 8:16 am
Fast Mall t A a 2:40 prn
Local Sioux City b 4:00 pm b 9:60 am
Norfolk and BonesteoL.a 7:lo am a!0:36 um
Lincoln & Long Plne..b 7:1 am bl0:3a am
Missouri I'acltte.
St Louis Express alO.OO am a 6:25 pm
K. C. and SU L. Ex....alO:oO pm a 6:1s a n
WKBSTERVDEPOT 18 TH at WBBSTEII.
Chicago at Northwe
aad WyeaalnK Pit'
slera, Nebraska
lalou.
Leave.
Arrive.
. 8:00 pm a 6:00 pm
I 8:00 pm a 6:0 p n
Black Hills. Deadwood,
Lead, Hot Springs... I
v.. ..mln, Citner and
- .
riAiialas O
Hastings, York. David
City, OUperior, uenevsv,
Exeter and Seward. ..b 1:00 pm b 6:00 p:n
Mlaaosrl Parlfle.
Nebraska Local, Via
Weeping Water b
Chlcaao, at. 4'aul,
Oniaha.
Twin City Passenger... a
61oux City Pasaenser..a
Oakland Local b
4:10 pro al0:25 am
liia.r spoils av
6:30 am a 9:10 pm
2:00 pm ull:.0 .un
5:46 pm b .4o a.ii
a Dally, b Dally except Sunday, d Daily
except oatuiday. e Daily except Monuay.
BURLlSaTOX TATIOX-aOTH etc Jl.llOl
Barllaartea A Blraaoarl River
Beatrice and
Leave. Arrive.
V, F . n. nr.
Lincoln a 8:60 am
Nebraska Express a :j -"n
Denver Llmltea i 4;lo pm
Black Hills ana 1 ugei
Sound Express all: 10 pm u 3:10 pin
Colorado vesirouies.
Flyer ;
Lincoln Fast Mall b 2:o2 pm
Fort Crook and Flatta-
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Bellevue A Paclfio Jet. .a 3:50 am
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Kansas City Day Ex. ...a 4:15 am
St Louis Flier a 6:10 pm
Kansas City Night Ex.. al0:30 pm
TEAM SHIPS.
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aMCHOA LWB V. A etAlT sTAHI-
HIW TOKIC LONDON'bgRgT AND OLA.OOW,
MBW TOKK. OIBRALTAa AMD NAPLES.
kapertor aocotnmolitl.il, Eicellent Cslelae. Tke
Caafort at Pase.ns.ra Carafullr Cotieie.ree. Siu.le
ar Ko.Dl Trip Tlcketa leeue4 between Mew Yerk ..I
Scatca. Kasllah, irlah aol all srloclpai ceiitli,.ni.l
plau at altractlvs rates, fvad for Book af Teure.
for tlcketa or seaeral iDforuaallea apply ta sap
local asent ot the Anekar Llae er ta
HINfiKPON OkOS., ties'l Aa.oia. Cklcaa. 111.
EUROPE.
THIRTY TOIHI will leaea luring the
aeaaaa. elslllnf lo s leisure 1 7 a. I afraa
skls siionar all parte of Europe frost
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Medlterraaeaa ta the Artie
occupying, fraa 6 le It wseas st fans
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All Ktsenaas llielttae4.
Alae Indidawl Trar.l Tuketa gso4 st
snp tin... at loweet naa aatltltng hol.
era la eerrlcee of Cook a Interpreter, ai
All fore enl Kallwap Station.
Proar.moMS aaa Particulars Irom
THOS. COOK & SON,
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