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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 10G.
CRAB AND PRODUCE MARKET
r.oiilitn. THi:i-; Mav,
ri piemticr, , sc.
UAT! 'lo arrive and on in k and May,
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS !
Eulei firm t Hieber PricijKW
CASH DEMAND IMPROVED GENERALLY
Damage Rfportt omlna from
Mlsaoarl. Illlnetla and Kansas
Lart Dfrrrai la 1'arld'a Isl
hie lorn Frartloa Hlf krr.
OMAHA, May $, 1!M.
Wliest ruled firm today at pikes about
S; lilrnor for May. Trad an light, the
principal buying being hy shorts on I ho re
ports ol a generally better cash demand.
Mock ai Cnlcago were latgt-ly decreased.
A few damage report rarne (rum Missouri
u-id Illinois, and aim trom th southwest,
r-railstrects' weekly world a visible allowed
Urge dnreaif, which was regarded aa a
hulliali feature. Primary teeelpt were;
larger than last year, hul Ihe (ash de
mand seem strong enough to tare for
them at u premium over the May. Rus
sian advlcea claim a lean favorable wheat
crop outlook, particularly in the south
cast, wliere drouth waa prevalent. Bat
tling clerka at Chicago figure the Wrenn
house la abort 4. '!.) bushrts May wheat.
May closed r higher nnd July c higher.
Oata ruled llriner and cloaed nearly H
higher, 'ihe northwest la aaid to have ahot
its bolt, ao far an supplying any large
block of oata to the seashore or the east
a concerned. Minneapolis No. 2 while oata
were selling there yesterday at Vic
(.'I l'-ii go May.
torn waa nr.n wiin prices a miction
f. o. b.,
higher In sympathy with the strength In 6lc
of the bay
I NKW YORK. May 1-FLOC R-Reeelpty,
82.171 bbl.; exports, 14. P9 hhla ; market
firm but dull; Minneaotn patents, tJ(
i 4.S": Minnesota bakera, 83 4o-n3. i"5; Winter
I intents, H VI f, winter straiiihts, 13 7.Va
I 1 !; winter extras. tMtn'nSSo; winter low
grades, ti'TrVfjl 30. Rye flour, steady: fair to
good. t3 iog choice to fancy, 3 P.
t'UKNMr,AL-Mteady; line wiiite and yel
low. 11.20; coarse, 11.07 OH; kiln dried,
12 708 2 10.
Rl'K-I)ull; No. 2 western, 7'X
BARLEY Steady; feeding. 47V
New York; mailing, 52ti5;c. c. I.
WHEAT Receinta. oi.ti'io bu.: exports,
R,S7 bu.: spot market stady; No. 2 led,
f. nominal elevator; No. 2 red. 93c. nominal i
f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern. Duluth. 8or, !
I' o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern Manitoba, 9"c, !
f. o. b., alloat. Starting out firm nnd higher
whenl ruled generally strong all day up to i
the lost hour influenced by cold weather, I
unfavorable crop news ami u bullish slate- I
nient of world s s'ocke. Final slight renc- !
tlona were based on profit-taking and the
market, while closing V'tHc net higher, waa
as much down from the top. May N!KgVnc,
closed HHv; July. So 3-lirtioe. closed, anHc;
September, 83)ifM7-,c, closed ai 83H''.
CORN Receipts, 76.325 bu. ; exports,, 17.5KM;
pot market steady; No. 2, 57Hc. nominal
elevator and Sly, tiomlnal f. o. h. afloat;
No. 2 yellow. 57Hc. nominal No. 2 white. :8c,
nominal. Option market was dull all day,
but steadier on cold weather talk nnd with
wheat, closing c net higher. May closed
MW; July. WMMV; closed at Hc; 9p-
temlK-r cloaed at oii'ec; LVi ember closed at
m (hkkt JIgrket Makes a Strikine sod Compre-
hsngiTe Ehow of StreDetti.
DEMAND IS BROADLY DISTRIBUTED
Mmeiaeat hi a Uellberatloa aad
Meadlneaa that Hit Beta
Lacklna for Sana
wheat. Receipts are considerably larger
than liial year, but the cash demand la
strung at a pteinium over M'y. Trade Is
OATS--Rceirt. l"6,r,il bu.; exports. 9.2W
bu.; spot market steady; mixed oats. 26 to
32 pounds, XlWt&c; natural white. to
Clipped white, as to 40
IO choice, Jocfi 11.00;
ao laht that the rang of the market n i nounus.
very small I PVn'l"' lc-
Primary wheat leoeiuLe were 3tM.a0 I HAY-Hiw; Rood
buahela and shipments ag.fl bushels. ; shipping, nwrtic. ...
agfunst receipts last year of ISl.'M) mi-hcls i HOP8-Stcd.v ; state, common to cho re,
and Khlpmenis of Ktti.ixi bushels. Corn . crop, lnijJBc: iw or.ip, 9tV-. olds,
recelpta were 4'JS,ii00 bushels and shipments nominal; I'nclflc roast. Iff crop, lOfcl.c;
M.OUU bushels, ag.ilnst lei-filpls last year ! rpp. "1'-; olds 4-aac.
of Lift.OOO bushels and shipments of 3J4.( ; HHKS-8teaily; O.ilveston. ?) to J5 lbs.,
bushels Clearancee were M.nm Imshels c: California. 21 to 2o lbs., 2lc; lexas dry,
wheat. 1J.W10 barrels flour. bushel 24 to ln.. lc.
torn and 9.000 bushels o,xts. l-KAT IEIV-8 toady: acid fli!;
IJverpool closed unchanged to ,d loWr . PROVIBIONft-Beef, steady: family. 11 50
of wheat and VtrM lower on corn. tfl.60; mess. ptorosSn; beef hams. $30.:5
Loral range of options: 2i.00; parket. 110 m, 11 00; city extra India
.. L - ! mess, $l7.6ftris.s). Cut meats, steady;
Artitlea.l Open. Mlgh.i Low, I Close.; Te y pickled bellies. $3. 2f4jl0.6: pickled shoulders.
" , . , Ih.W; pickled hams. 111. (Wall. 75. lird,
I I I
74B 74iB 74SB
31 Bl SmB! 31 B
asked. B bid
Omaha Cash Sales.
WHKAT-No. 2 hard. 1 car. 7c.
COHN-No. 4. 1 car, 49ic; 1 car,
Omaha Cash Prtcea.
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 74?T7RSic; No. 3 hard,
l'5'J4o; No. 4 hard, Hft'd'TlHc; No. 2 spring,
",3'H'ibc; No. I spring. 7i"li5'c.
CORN-No. 3. 44c; No. 4. 424;iS4c; No. 1
yellow, 44c; No. 3 white, 4fiHc.
OATS No. II mixed. S0c; No. 3 white,
J1V: No. 4 white. 31c.
it 1 E No. 50r; No. 3. HWc
Ivan sad City
bt. u. a a ...
fined, steady; continent. IS!; Bouth Amer
ica, tfl.HR: compound, I7.00-H7 50. Pork, steady;
fnmllv. I1S.50; short clear. HS.25'ffl8.0ii; mess,
TALLOW steady; city, 6c; country, ota
RICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra. 3"
flo; Japan, nominal.
POI"LTRT-Iricea for alive not estab
lished; dressed, eay; turkeys, 14tltic;
common to extra, 1320c; state, held. 13(9
18c: renovated, common to extra, ltVijlSHc;
BUTTER Firm. Street price: Extra
creamery, aoc. Official prices: Creamery,
western factory, common to nrsts, litgibc.
CHEESE Irregular; old state full cream,
large and small, colored and white, fancy,
14c; good to prime, 13H&l4c; common to
fair, ll&13c; new state full cream, large
and small, best, SVkc: state fair to good.
LOtia Steady ; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy, selected, white. 19Vir; state
choice, 19c; state mixed, fancy, lHV19o;
western extra firsts, nHSlSc; western sec
onds, IsiiliCc; southerns, 10(fl6Hc.
POULTRY Live, steady:, chickens and
turkeys, 12c: fowls, 14o; dressed, dull; chick
ens, 10c; turkeys, H'alfio; fowls. lirn'13c.
I1H Ail tillAIV AU l"BOVI10MI
Fentnres of tkr Tridlag aael ( loalaai
Pr treason Board of Tirade.
CHlCAfSO. May 8. Cold weather In the
wheat growing seepsnna of the Vnlted
tt.utes caused firmness today In the local
wheat market.' the July option closing with
a net gain of "Hi fi Ho. Corn was up He
Oals were up Htir. Provisions were un
ci unged to eH' higher.
The wheat market was firm all day. De
sj.iie lower prices ut Liverpool the quota
lions of the local exchange ahowed a
Might gain at the opening, ithe July option
I.e.. g unchanged to He higher at TDc to 79'o.
I lie firmness at the opening was due to
tenons of killing frosta In Minnesota and
otner portions of the spring wheat terrl
toM . For a thhe there was an krtlve de.
niBTioT,"epoc!Ti.V7rom lofal bulls, lut offer
ings were light. Later the market waa
Mrengthened by an omc.lal forecast of froat
tonight throughout the spring wheat sec
tion and portions of the winter wheat
countiy. A decrease of S.6O0.000 bu. In the
world's visible supply, as shown by Brad
aircelV, was anotlier reason for the bullish
henllnvent. For July the highest point of
the day was tearhed at 7!r. Tha market
closed firm with July at 7H'fl,79Hc. Clear
ances of wheat and flour were etpial to
lS.On) bu. Primary receipts were 26)1.000 bu.,
gainst 181.ri0u bu. for tha corresponding
day one year ago. Minneapolis, Duluth and
Chicago ' reported receipts of 181 cars,
against ?40 cars last week and 75 cars one
Shot is and cash houses were lively bid
ders for corn throughout the entire session
and as a result the market was firm all
day. The demand waa Inspired chiefly by
cold, wet weather and the strength of
wheat. Prlcea at tUp close were at the
highest point of the day. July opened He
to He higher at 4&Hr to 4oHc sold up to
4oc and closed at the top. Local recelpta
were .0.' cars with fi8 cars of contract
Oals were strong in sympathy with wheat
and corn. Commission houses were the
chief sellers and local traders bought mod
erately for the new crop montha. The
market closed steady. July opened a shade
nigner at sir., sum niween 3i"4twic and
31 He and closed at 31 He Local receipts
were .' J cars.
Provisions were firm earlv In the dav.
but later the market eased off and closed
steady. There waa some buying at the
opening by pit traders of lard and ribs, but
this demand waa soon satisfied and the
market became dull with orlcea Inclined to
sag. A lc advance In the price of live
nogs stimulated demand earlv In the dav.
At the rloe July pork was off (Si'JMf at
tjvitxpin.ii. i.ara waa down Hr at I8.42H.
, riioa were uncnangea ai ta o.'iis ao.
Estimated recelpta for tomorrow: Wheat.
. 2 cars; corn. 73 cars; oata, 12S cars; hogs
26 otO head.
The leading futures rsnged as follows:
81 f 81W
4&H 4&V.I 45H
Articles. Open. High. Low. Cli e Yea y.
Rt. f.oala General Market.
BT. LOUIS. Mo.. alaV 8. WHEAT
Higher; No. 2 red, cash elevator, 88 i 92c;
track, 92fc3c; May, eOHc; July. T7So;
No. 2 hard, 82 & 8 6c.
CORN Higher; No. 2 cash, nominal:
track, ,49H49Hc; , May. 46c; July.
OATH Firm; No. 2 cash, 32Hc; track.
83c; May, 32Hc; July, 31c; No. 2 while,
FLOUR 8teady; red winter patents,
14 204 4. SO: extra fancy and straight.
3.70fii4 10; clear, 12.262.90.
SEED Timothy, ateady, 12.502.90.
CORNMEAL Steady, 12.50.
BRAN Steady; sacked, cast track. SoflBie.
HAY Firm: timothy. I1I.00916.60: Prai
rie, 111. 50013 50.
IKON COTTON TIES 11.01.
RAGTINO 8 He.
PROVISION r Qdlef, Johblng. 115.17.
Lard steady ; prime steamed, 18.17 H.
ry salt meats steady; boxed extra shorts,
19.63 H; clear ribs, $4-87 Hi short clear,
POULTRY Steady! chickens. 10Hc;
springs, 20ff25c; turkeys, 12c; ducks, 11c;
BUTTER Lower; creamery, 15 H 20c;
EGOS Steady, 14c caae count.
YORK. May The stock market
triKina ano comprehensive show of
strength tooay. The movement of prices
was much less spasmodic than in the first
violent rebound irom last week s extreme
depression. The demand was much more
broadly distribute,! and the movement
showed a deliberation and steadiness that
has been lacking for some time, ll was
considered likely that the requirements of
Ihe more persistent element on the bear
hide still had much to do with the advanc-
log tendency of prices, but tt was obvious
; thai tpe'ulallve organisations and maiket
I pools committed to the long side of the
market were showing much more confidence
and greater willingness to re-embark in
market .iperations than for some time.
There was no special news to account for
the more aggressive tendency of ihr re
covery In prices, and It was haaed to a
large extent on the feeling that the unfa
vorable developments which had carried
prices downward might be considered to
escape. This was particularly true of the
money situation. Anxiety on thut score
was due more than to any other cause to
the decided relaxation in the rates for time
loans. Hrokers In that market reported
much more lllaral offerings of funds and
a, willingness to concede rates, which made
the tone soft even at the lower quotations.
1 here is no rear or any -further large drain
to San Francisco, although pmall remit-
lances continue to he made to that destina
tion through the subtreasury each day. An
Han Francisco is expected aa sxin as
banking operations are resumed and the
dimensions of the demand upon deposits
are dellned. In this connection, however,
there was Interested discussion of reports
of projects for financing the proposed re
building of San Francisco by means of or
ganizing syndicates. The course of the fur
elKn exchange carried an Intimation of the
probable termination of the Inward now
of gold to New York. Discounts hardened
further In Umilon and sterling exchange
moved In favor of that center, both In
Paris Hnd here. London waa a seller of
stocks here, and this made a demand for
exchange In this market which helped te
advance the rate.
The action of the whole market suggested
some uneasiness over the cold weather In
the crop regions, but the stock market was
Indifferent also to that. Conflicting reports
of the outlook for a settlement or a pro
longation of the lake freight handlers'
strike left the prospect In that matter
somewhat obscure. The actual factors In
the day s stock market are thua seen to
have been somewhat mixed, but specula
tive sentiment was undeniably encouraged
and the active demand at advancing prices
was well sustained. Many of the high
priced stocks which suffered most acutely
In the recent forced liquidation by reason
of the unstable height to which they had
been pushed made notable progreas today
In retracing their heavy decline. Reading.
Union Pacific. Smelting and Amalgamated
Copper retained their position well In the
forefront of the speculative movement.
The activity of the demand fell off to some
extent late In the day. but prices were
firmly maintained and the cloning tone was
Bonds were firm. Total sales, par value,
t3.3iiO.O0O. Cnlted States bonds were all un
changed on call.
The following was the range of prices on
the New York Stock exchange
eral fund, exclusive of the 1 Srt.flOO.Otio ,
gold reserve shoms: Available cash hl- j
hiice, l S.142.770; gold coin and biilllo.i,
I'lViSl.nM; gold certificates. 3. 687.95a.
New ork Mnnry Market.
NEW YORK. May l.-,VoXF.Y-On call.
Arm unlll the near close. 2VMH P"r cent;
ruling rate. 4H Per cent; offered at 1 per
cnt. Time loans, easy; sixty days. i'i.'
-er cent: ninety days. H I"1'" cent, six
months. SV'H per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-aHV
STERLING EXCHANGE Strong at
14 M7?-i4 S4 for demand and at II.MJ.Vfj
4 81 Wl for slxtv dav bills: posted rates, H
ar.d I48M4,; commercial hills, I4.81'j4JiH-
SILVER Bar. HVc: Mexican dollars. 51c.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
Quotations on New York bonds today
were as follows;
C S. ref. at. rs .-'1(A':-Ps . M serin...
6o coupon 1"J-I dn rtfi
...OM ao fits
...I' I an M sertse. nt
...losVb N. um 4s I4
.. .lUV Mm. r s 1"0'
...IS ' Mei Central l "'
...1J I no lt Inc Jl
... 7 I'Mlnn. A St. I. 4s... M
...IUVM.. K. T. 4s tel'i
. . . Il I in (Wi
... ,N. R. Ft. of M r. 4r MS
... we In y. c. t Js
.. 1H N. J. C. ( Is 127
. .. 4VNo. Psrlfli- 4l I0S,
.. Jlti 1o 7
...llOt N A W. ta '
... H O B. L. roll 4 f.V
. .. m Vrnn. cont. 3le... .. M1
... M fRssdlns sen. ts IHf
...nW!St. L,. I. M. c.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Lares Erin of Cattle Giet Valnei
REACTION OF FIVE CENTS ON HOGS
gheea aad lmatts la Moaernte apl,
silk Trade Fairly Active at
Prlcea Bhawlna "n Ma
against 15 yesterday. When fie be
as nnce broken the liadc wa. fatn ac
tive, so much so that annus. e,erili' v
was disposed of In very got.d ciaJ'in In tho
morning. A few late ooa.. n,in
received from Chicago did not s II quli'
ao well aa the earlv ones, siill the ni.o'Sci
ss a whole was In icry Ian- comlit'""
The top price was 8.:'". as against 11.20
This Is the nrst reaction of an con
quence that las taken place since tlio
break In values commenced o,i April li
On one or two davs rime ihM time Ilia
market showed a rliade stronger rlcs
but at no time as much as 5c advance.
V. 8. 1. res
I s. old
V 9 n s. rt
! Am. Tnhseco 4s...
I do t
Atrhtimn ten. 4
do adj. 4l
AI Untie C U. 4t
Bal. A 0hi9 t..
Brk R. T c. 4s.
Central of Ct. Hi
do 1st Inr
do Id Inr
do Id Inc. . ,
rhea. Ohio 4 its...
Chlraso 4k A. I4t...
R. a y n. 4a .
R I P. 4 ..
do col. aa
rrc. V St. I., s 4a
Colo. tnd. 5a. aer. A
do series H
Colorado Mid. 4a
Colo. a So. 4a
D. A R. G. 4a.
TllMlllera' BSt. is...
Kris s. I. 4a
do sen. 4a
Hockins Val. 44is
May 8. 19 .
Wheat, bu. ,
Ci rn, bu. . .
Oats, bu. . .
Kansas City Grain aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, May 8. WHEAT May,
75Hc; July, T-'Hc; September, 70Hc. Cash:
No. 2 hard. 77Hfilc: No. 8. 74 V8"78V4c : No.
4. ti6iij76Hc: No. t red, Wt&Oc; No. 3, 8o88c;
No. 4, 705R5c.
CORN-May, 44Hc; July, Hc; September,
No. 2 mixed. 47ij4
3 wnite, 47HW47HC
white, 33S$Q4Hc: No.
4ft 47Hc; No.
HAY" Steady; choice timothy
13.75; choice prairie. Il0.754tll.00.
RYE Steady, hb&67c.
EGGS Higher; Missouri and Kansas,
No. 2 whltewood cases Included. 14c;
count. 13c; cases returned. He less. '
B I'TTER Creamery . lc: packing. HHe.
Wheat, bu :..Mi00 7.im0
Corn, bu SO.OoO 37,000
Oats, bu 2,000 10.000
Mlaapolls Grala Market.
(Superior Board of Trade quotations for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery. The
range of prices, as furnished by F. E. Day
& Co.. 110-111 Board of Trade building; waa:
Articles.! Open.j High.) Low. Close. Ye'y.
. I2HH: 2H
15 00 I
15 15 I
15 00 15 07H
15 17H! 15 32H
15 07H' 16 10
8 45 !
Minneapolis Cash Close Wheat: No. 1
hard, 81Hc: No. 1 northern. 8(Hc; No. 2
northern. 78Hc; to arrive, TlsHc; No. I, 76H
t77Hc; No 1 Durum, 73c: No. 3 Durum,
flc. Corn: No. 3 yellow. 45'4c; No. 8, 44o.
Oats: No. 3 whito, 31V; No. 3. 2!fk a 30Hc.
Barley: Sxt(47c. Rye: 54Hy5Hc. Flax:
Ylslble gapply of Grain.
NEW YORK. May 8. Special cable and
teleiiraphlc communications - received by
Bradstreota show, the following changes In
the available supplies as compared wilh
Wheat I'nltcd Stales and Canada, cast
KockU s, decreased S.o'Ji.OKi bu. : afloat, lor
and In Europe, decreased 2,U.Uii0 bu. ; total
upiv. decreased s.iiCuiii bu.
Corn I 'nil i'U Stales and Canada, east
i Rockies, decreased 9o8.utiu bu.
j Oats Cnlted States and Canada, east
Rookies, decreased 2.4.oii bu.
The leading increases reported this week:
j luO.unt bu.. ut Port Huron; 96.HWI bu. at Porl
I land. .Me; 75. uO bu. at ChattaniMiga and
I i.'i0 bu. at (ioderlch. Out.
I tie leading decreaaea are :XIM bu. in
Cash quotations a-ere aa follows:
FIAJl'R Market ateady: winter patents,
t3 5o'(3 9o: straight. tS!()3i; spring pat
ents, 13.558 Hi; spring straights. i3.4o3.llu;
W HEAT No. 3 spring. 81ti3c; No 1 7A4 I aianitona; ab.iaw at watertown and M.OU) bu.
83c; No. t red, KVi:iuc. I t the Milwaukee private elevators.
CORN No. t 4Ht; No. 2 mellow. 4l
' OATS No. . i2t-: No. 2 white, J3VS 1 Ffclladelpala I'rodar Market.
; ""'S vVNOk. 1 wh.',c- 14k'('32c. I PHILADELPHIA. May 8.-BCTTER
STFri?? V. . . I Film: extra western creamery, toe extra
BJrlr.t vtviiu leeoing, VVM1HC; lair IO
choice malting. 47tile
SEEDS No. I flax, II 07H: No. I tiorth
wastern. 11 13H I'rime timothy. t3.8itl3 35.
Clover, contract grade. Ill 35.
PROVISIONS Mess pork, tier hhl.. Ill as.
15.00l Lard, per bu lbs.. Iv. Short rib 1
aides (loose). 8.4u.50. Short clear allies
tbexedi. .8.vy.!. T j
Following were the recelpta and ship- j
menls of flour and grain: I
Flour, bbls 30.7) 13. J
Wheat, bu 14. (0 :5.1u0
C orn, ,bu KMX i '..t wi
Oata. ru Hnj.mn LhJt.lim '
Rye, bu y.isv I
Herlev. bu 22.000 3 no 1
On tho rroo-ura exenange today the but
ter market waa steady; creameries UHJ
;v," rua, l.t18e. Kggs. ateady: at mark.
.-.. 'n hided. lHrliH': nrsts. liHc; prime
I'.- ' !?; extras. lHc. Cheeae, easy;
nearby prints. 23c
EGGS Steady: nearby fresh and western
fresh. 17c at mark.
CHEESE tjuiet; New York full creania.
Nllwaskee Grain Market.
M ILWAl'KEE, May V WHEAT
Steady: No. I northern, &2fek3c; No. t
northern, 78fi2c; July, TIH(7!iHr asked.
RYE Bteadv; Ko. 1, S2Hc
BARLEY Steady ; sample. 40 fi 54c.
CORN Steady; No. I caah. 47 H l 48 He;
July, 45ic asked.
Amalgamated Copper ....
American C. St K
Amerlran C. A P. pfd ...
Amerli-an Cotton Oil
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
American H. tt L pfd...
American cs. securttlea..
Amortcsn Unaead Oil
Am. Llnaecd Oil pfd
American Locomnttvs ....
Am. Locomotlvs pfd
Amarican R. A R
Am. S. A R. pfd
American 8ucr Refining.
Am. Tobacco pfd. etfa
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic Coast Lino
I Haitlmors A Ohio
i Baltimore A Ohio pfd
Brooklyn Rapid Tranatl
Cenlral of New Jersey
Chaaapeaka A Ohio
Chicago A Alton
Chicago A Alton pfd
Chicago Orsat Western
Chicago 4k Northweatarn
Chicago, Mil. St. r
Chicago T. A T
Chicago T. T. pfd
C. C. C. A Bt. Loula
Colorado Fuel a Iron
Colorado A Southern
Colorado A Bo. lot pfd
Colorado A 8o. 2d pfd
Corn Producta. rfg
Corn Producta pfd
Iiclawar A Hudaon
Delawart. L,. A W
Denver A Rio Orando
Denver A R. O pfd
Erie tat pfd
Kris Id pfd
International Paper pfd....
International Pump pfd
lows Cantral pfd
kanasa Cttjr Southern
Kansas City Bo. pfd
Louisville A Narhvills
Metropolitan Street Rv
Minneapolla A St. Loula ...
U . tit. P. A 8. B. .M
M . St. P. A 8. g. M. pfd..
Miaaourl. Kansas A Taiaa..
M . K. A T. pfd
National R. R. of M. pfd..
New York Central
New York. II A W
Norfolk A Western
Norfolk W. pfd
P . C. C. at at Loula
Preaaed Steel Car
Prcaeed Steel Car pfd
rullman Palais Car
Reading let pfd
Reading 2d pfd
fupubllc Steel pfd
Rock lalaud Co
Hoik Ibland Co. pfd
St. L. A V. !d pfd
St. Loula Southwestern
St. Louis goutltwretera pfd
Southern Pacific pfd
So. Railway pfd
Tennaiaee Coal A Iron
Trxaa sr Pariflc
Toledo. HI L. A W
T. St. L. A W. pfd
I'nlou PaclSf pfd '.
I'nlted stales tipreaa
t nlted Btatca Realty
InlUd States Rubber
I 8. huh bar pfd
I'nlted Statee Steel
t S Steel pfd. ei-div...
Vs. -Carolina chemical
Va -Carolina Chem. pfd...
W esciughouae Ulecirle ...
Wheeling eV Lake Ens....
Wuconaln Centrml pfd....,
Northern Pan Be
Cenlral l.eether pfd
Oreat Northern pfd
Total sales for the Say,
n St. L. A 8. f. fs. 4. 4t4
WsiSt L. S. W. c 4....
77H Sceboard . L. 4a.... US
W4 So. PaclB, 4 ii
1C3 do let 4a cl fa tt
74", So. Railway ie 117
. t" 'Teiaa A P la 133
. 71 .T . Si. 1,. A W. 4a... 0
4 t nion Parlfl' 4a IC4
.14V, 1 S. Steel Jd 6 7S
,ino iWahanh la 11.
. el dn deb. R T.V
.KVjX, VTetern Md 4a
. 11 IW. A L. Ft 4a MI4
.losvg.wte. Central 4 !
. H '
18.IM I 1"
Doatoa 8toek( and Bonds.
BOSTON. May 8 Call loans. SH
cent: nine loans, va per cent
closing on stocks and bonds:
Atcolaon adj. 4a.
Mex. Central 4..
Roaton A Albany
Boston A Maine.
Fltchburg pfd ..
N. Y., N. H. A
t'nlon PaclAc ..
A met. Arge. Chem
Amer. Pnu Tub..
Amer. T. T
Domlnlnn 1. A 8..
Kdleon Klec. Illu...
Maaa. Klectrlc ....
I nlted Fruit
I'nlted Sho Msch..
V. I. Steel
. . 4 .Adventure
. .IH"4 Allouei
-. 77V j Amalgamated ...
.. i-i4i Am-rl-an Zinc ..
. l. 1 Cel. Heels. ..
..141 1 Copper Rang ...
.. .! Paly West
. 16 lal Royals
. II I Maaa. Mining ...
. re Mirhlgan
1U 4! Mohawk
.11 iMont. C. A C...
.l4Hltild Dominion ...
. n loaceol
.UM J, I Parrot
. 114 lUulncy
. 46 Trinity
. 4 I'nlted Copper ..
.104,4 t:. . Mining....
. IV4jl". 8. OH
.... Jl t'tah
41114 1 Winona
... 7t North Butt
I Receipts were: Cattle.
1 Omciai Monday 4.in!
Orhcial Tuesday .M
Two days this wek....K'.2'U
Same days mst weea s.n(j
Same week nefore ;.9s
Hanie three weeas ago.. 8.8fv
Hume four weeks ao 8.S.
rlame days last year
RECEIP-1S FOR THE YEAR TO DA IE.
The following- table snows the. receipts of
cattle, holts at.d sheep at ttotith Oniaua for
the year to oate, compared with last year;
1H.SJ. liso. in,.
Al.'8 ?8. JI7 5i.j71
(461. 7 ill s,b4U
RANGE UK PRICES.
LIlkHKO 1. sou bill
Kansas City Z.swui.iili
bl. Louis I.ii4,n i
Bioujt city s.ney.i.
he ioliowin, will show tho prices paid
for the mneient klnus of caUie on in
o.uiii ot.iana market:
Ooon to cnoice or 11-ted steers.. $41a55i)
fair to coulee corn-fed steers 4.ho4t4.ii0
Common to talr corn-ted steers.... toiyi.tn
od to cnoice cows and heifer.. 4.uu4 ts)
rair to good cow and halters o. sau4.w)
Common to fair cows and heifers.. :.W'j3.tX)
Oood to choice stockers and feeders 4.usu.U0
tair to guud atockers and feeders. i.rnm.iU
Common to fair stockers S.ia-a.W
Buils, stags, etc '.5fu.l.i&
Veal calves 3UO"i!&.7&
The following tahle shows the aveiuge
price of hogs ut Uoutn Omaha for tne last
several days, with comparisons.
Date. I lldJi. l06.Wu4.!li.,l!2.lj01.l!C.
April 20.. I 41 ( 23, t U 7 iU 3 si: i 48
Aptll a.. 41HI i 4 8U1 t ll! t 4a
April 22.. e 1 ( aaj 4 8l t t7 8 8i t 81
April &I..I 8 3414, I 4 ki 7 u kl s W I 38
April 24..) tja t36 7 0u W 7 a U
April it.. 1 k 4Vt, h M 4 75 V ub 1U 8 M
April 6.. I 23i 4 7i 1 7 tail a 74 8 811
April 27.. S UHl t lb 4 71 8 2 t 72 t (4
API 11 .'S..1 s 4' ft 1U 4 1- SOI I VI - I ut
April '29. .1 e in 4 bfii 8 771 7 031 6 Oki
April S0..2H! I 4 W S4; 8 tA, 6 i 6 33
may ivhl till I a ttoi 1 v a M ft o
May L'....l ( 2iv 6 Ut 4 57i iol 7 'i 5 71, 6 18
17Hi ft i 4 S6 I 7 01 ft 72) 8 17
-'lHi 6 ii, 4 6i 8 75 ft 64 t 28
15 1 301 4 ttll 7J 1 IK. 1 6 22
I i 28 4 A i b BM 6 B
15 I I 4 86 63 93 ft 70, 5 22
I I 1" I 6 64 7 tWI ft 4 & 11
law York Mlnlmtr Itoeks.
NEW YORK, May 8-Closlng quotations
n mining stocks were:
Adam Coa it Little Chief
eBrunawick Con 06
Cometock Tunnel ....100
Con. Cat. A V.
Horn Silver ..
Iron Silver ...
;8mall Hope ..
1.(34. too abarea
LONDON. Mav 8 Monev thono-l, shun.
dant today, was In strong demand lor calls,
wntcn included 8l.sno.ov9 of the Chilian loan.
Discounts were firmer. Brokers were cau
tious, owing to the. uncertainty reaardlna-
gold movements. Operations on the stock
exchange were overshadowed by the mon
etary situation and fears of a rise In the
bank rate, but during the afternoon consols
Improved sharply on a rumor that the
Bank of France had arranged to release
$6,000,000 In gold weekly until the American
demand la satisfied. Home raila failed
to benefit by the encouraging hoard of
trade returns. Foreigners were dull In tha
absence of Paria aupport.
OMAHA. May .-Hank clearings for to
day were 11,460.815. 75 and for the correspond
ing date last year II, 334,367.85.
- Wool Market.
BOSTON. May 8. WOOL The small sup
ply of stock available and a considerable
number of cancellations reported, as re
ceived by leading manufacturer, are re
sponsible In great part for an Unusually
quiet wool market. There Is little buying
In the west. Pulled wools are quiet and
firm. A supers pssa at 62c and white Bs
at 660. Ordinary Bs run as low aa 52c.
Territories are without Interest. Foreign
grades are firm. Leading quotations fol
low: Ohio and Pennsylvania XX and above,
343oc: X, 3L'ii.13c; No. 1, 8Sfc3Sc; No. 2, 88
J4oc; fin unwashed, 26-0 Joe; quarter-blood
unwashed, 32ii2Hc; three-eighths blood, 4
j3c; nuir Diood. 3iV.j3e; unwashed de
laine, 28fc2c; fine washed delaine, Son'Mio.
Michigan fine, unwashed. Moi'ific: courier
blood, unwashed, 31J42r; three-eighths blood.
32rafBc; half blood. JlW32c; unwashed de
laine. Zitr2c. Kentucky. Indiana. etc.
three-elghtfra and quarter blood. 32a.'44c. Ter
ritory and Idaho fine, 228"23c; heavy fine. 1
tgiuc; nne medium, ssic; medium, atyyinc;
iow nieaium, lottrcfc; v yoming nne, Zltj iuo;
heavy fine, llffliOc;. fine medium, 22f23o:
medium, 2brd27c; low medium. 26ii27c; Utah
ana nevaua nne, jjrgjHc; Heavy nne. lira
tuc: fine medium, 22(g28c: medium. 2tVS27o:
low, medium. 2fi27c. Dakota fine. K623c;
nne mraium, zt'aw; medium, Zfroj'.'sc; lo
medium, atfcjjOTc. Montana fine, choice, 24
tj-jsc; nne average, atifite; fine medium,
choice. 2h4r27c; average, 2324o; ataple. 27TJ
28c; medium choice, , :T4c; average. 2ttf
LONDON. May 6 WOOL There waa a
large attendance of buyers at the opening
of the third series of wool auction sales
today. A good selection was offered and
competition was animated at Arm prlcea.
The offerings numbered 12.755 bales, prin
cipally croaa-breds, and practically all were
sold. Home buyers look the bulk of the
wool. Francs and Germany competed for
medium and fine soourad, while America
secured a few lots of mediums at full
rates. Following are the aalea In detail:
New South Wales, 900 balea; scoured, lOHd
ix2 Id; greaay. Mills 3d. Queensland. otJ
hales; scoured, 13Hd-H, greaay, 8'0lOHd.
Irtorla, boo balea: scoured, la Hd os H I:
greaay, S(iigls id. Weat Australia, luO
bales: greasy, 8Hd'(fla' Hd. New Zealand,
7Ku bales; greasy, (nla)a 3Hd. Cape of Oood
Hope and Natal, 31m bales; scoured, Mills;
greasy, 6-iTlld. River Platte, 3o0 bales;
greasy, lsiiils 3d. Punta Arenas, 3.0U0 balea;
greasy, 7Widrils Id.
ST. LOl It4, May 8. WOOL Steady: me
dium grades, combing and clothing. '2Vt
-"7c; light fine. 21j23c; heavy fine, 17(J"c;
tub washed, 31f57c.
NEW YORK. May 8.-COTTON-8pof
closed quiet; middling uplands. 11.80c J mid
dling gulf. 12U5c; sales, 2.415 hales. '
LIVF.RPOOL. May . Ct)TTON-8pot In
fair demand; price unchanged to two
points lower; American middling fair. 6.5sd;
I good middling. 4Cd; middling. eJ-12.1 ; low
I middling. 6 d; good ordinary. 5.78d; ordi
nary, i.ihil. The sales of the day were
Ie fKi balea of which .M were for specula
tion and export and ne tided 8.800 Amer can
Re, eip.a, ti.iuu balea, jartuuing e7,lml Aui-t -ican.
ST. LOUIS. May 8.-COTTON- Spot, firm;
sales. 1.176 balea: ordinary, 8 -16c; good
ordinary, 8Hc; low middling. 10 11-ltic: mld-
11 13-lfic: mld-
Receipla, 2.567 bales;
The official number of cars of stock
brought in today by each road was:
Cattle. Hogs. Bheep. H"es
C M. A Bt. P 4 4
W abash 3 2
Missouri Pacific 2 h 1
C. P. System m 2!) 17
C. at N. W., east 4
C. & N. W.. west 63 4o 2
C. St. P.. M. i O.. 2S J 1
t.'.. H. A Q . east S 4
C. H. & 4J., west 73 3 1
C R. I. & P.. esse... 3 7
C, K. I. P., west.... 1 .. 1
Chicago Ot. Western 1 1
. . ISO
. . . Z
4 . I
,Vs e 8h Pc "b
4( 211 so 17 71 :o :
72 244 t 4 17 .
40 :wt 10 c no . is. .
40 in -a..
It 241 40 ( 20 24 .
78 234 a 4 70 .
(7 147 40 20 ;..
74 Si! 0 ( jo -,!..
811. .Ji'8 ... ( !li 7S. .
T7 210 40 4 to tf . .
13 isi 20 ;..
7 230 to t re ti j.'.t 40
4 20 at.
( 21' 41
(-' ; .'.:
(20 ;n . i'
( 10 el 2K li"
I 10 M 2' til
30 at IHli' . . .
(20 iti . .
4 20 74 "il HI
( t a; 2K is-'
( f (7 2:3 . .
4 1" ,1 :i4 ,;ii
4 20 ,4.. la I ...
(20 71 M 40
I i.l 1 il
4 20 1 Jl 2 .
(20 U I4 'l
( 20 48... Mo ...
10 243 4"
4 20 U V44
4 20 HI its 0
( SO l
to H6 .
1 20 ;
4 in (I .
( 20 4.
20 (. .
'.4 au to
to II .
( 20 HO.
( 20 14.
I'.lvi' There was no new feature rf
special interest with the a:.ecp and laniii
trade this luorrilng. The lioie oiy I usl
ness might be summed up s a good,
steady, active market, and that is all
there waa to It. It mmnt ie uuo .. 1, .ou.i
that at prevailing prices a good stewly
active market waa entirely .111 tisfaetory
to the selling Interests. Buyers wei-e on'
early and most everything In Hie wa ,- of
desirable killers changed hands In -...
good season In the mornltirr.
Among the aales noted Were three more
double deck of the Gibson sho'n lanios
which brought $.2!i, the sama as yesier
day, with the less desirable kinds si-lllm,-ftom
that price on. Another consignment
of the shorn wethers, evhlih brought l.i.n'J
yestertlay sold at 3 65 torinv, but lliey
averaged a little lighter today. The bei
shorn ewes on sale brought to. 25.
It will be noted thai almost everything
On sale today was shorn, there being very
little wooled stock In sight.
Quotations: Cooii to choice western
lambs, 7.O07.35; fair to good lamtis,
t.50 u 7.00; cull lamba. 14 ooi.i fi.00; good
to choke yeailings, P,'Hirt.,J, t:tir to
good yearlings, 5.756.00; good to choice
wethers. 4.tJ'ii6.7o; good to cnoice ewes,
So.7ofrt6.25; fair to- good ewes, li.unfa 6.7.. ;
cull sheep and bucks. U.H tp j.kj.
bnorn sheep and lnmbs are bringing
polnis I I5I.11 W illi vrx.i i int. ,1 t SI (,) 4.'.'i.
t one,- ..i 111,, 1 1 it 11 a. . I in v iiiale r In l.on
11111) ivit'l ip- 1 niti'ti .1 c.t t.l .'is nml futiii, :'
nt IV2. t ,,. I ctllv wiii i'ikut Tliipi
mi, 111,1,01.1 11,111 I'li-li'M '! I . 1 s salr
Hiocnd t :'"' lor .inn mi l Jul ui'li,ry.
I ' . i i .,il.!e, mi -fl'-l'i ; t rol ; 1
S ..','n1 " . a '.! g. 81V' i1n ; . l.i-ol v,.i
llllf h II ti ll nt $ 'i -. "1 i'i I 1 ihe l"C ll 111. I I H I
nnd hi up. 1' In l.oinli n
I :n1 was uiu .iuimi ,1 nt 3C, t 7i 1.1m loi ;,li.
lion iiilMincid a, I 111 (ho l-.nit.i.ili maiket,
with titiitui.ii d l'iuinlt iiuoti'il .it I'.is I'd ,i-i I
C cveln d ail .ir.t it ,"n L 11 ly t tni.r
ket i ."i ilnh. No. 1 loniii.iy li- ithirn !.
1; lotcd 1't .k : t'.i; No. 2 f' nnd- norili
ei p. ri.-f'i''i ,v . , No. 1 fonn.liv outln-iTi.
1 :'."i4i l:..s : No. . fi umtl'V sou-hem. 1h
l?i .': No. '.' fi unrtrv soiith-ni. ; 1 . T.i'n ) ' '.
ST. I.Ol'IF. Mi .. .May S - M K I'.M.S- l.i ad,
hlghrt, S'iTi; rpcli -i'. quiet. f.'.!''v
. . sr-u
. . :)
( ; -
( 2.' 1
4 I. ,
4 l: i
OM4II4 W IIOI.e:,4i.rJ MKI',T.
( ondlllnii of Trnde and l)nolattniis on
j Maple nnd Fancy Produce.
I KtlOt Keii'iplH, liberal; lush alocK. cas
I Count, 15c.
! LIVE I'Ol I.TIlY - liens. liwullc
luostris, ti-u.c; turkey a. lie iIucas, 11c.
(it 1 1 l.lt- I'licKinii hi ck. uc. cnoice n
fancy daily. 16c, cicuniiiy, 21uilH,:-
MAY-i iki, liuotcil bv tl-iuiha Feed coin.
1'iiiy; No 1 upUtm. 87; medium. In';
course. tii.t'Uvii-bO- l')c straw. .50.
I4H AN I'M' too. JI..W.
TO.MATui.o - Florida, pci .,.. of 31 lbs .
WAA. tillA.NS IVi box of ab.mt ) lb..
SI'MiM) UKAXS-lur box of about I
lbs., net, 1.
'I'l'KMl'B, UliKTS AND CARROTS -l.cui.ia.i,
(.el ill 1 bunches, 4c.
1 , L- ... . . Kl.l
1 liriOLI 1.L.1 1 l v p, j.uuieian,,
f r 1... I..,.l. 1 .'.
LiiAK l.illLCIi. - lli.tlio'ise, per do,
1 L cL.uiiEK llntliouse. !er dos.. Jl .'!
ONIONS Coluraiio, yellow and red. 20
per lb.: paiiiMli. per crate, l-.mi.
Ml SHUuuMS-Holhouse, per lb., 5043GCO.
HAUltitiliB lioliiouic. pel ilox. ounc:n..
DATLS-lVr box of 'M 1-IU. pkgs. U.O';
Hallow i! en. III 7u-ll. ti.tXi-s. pel 10., ic; a --1.1.
per lb , 4c; walrui slutted, l-lb .
iM per dos.; 8-lb. buxes, 8100; 'iifTas, .ill
Alcailctiauen fceci. a.1. -j.
MIeS. 4.1. 2i.
-et uiiiie-s 4-i.
Tha disposition of the day's receipts was
s follows, each buyer purchasing the nuro-
per 01 oeaa indicated;
Omaha Packing Co
Bwllt and Company...
Cudahy Packing Co...
Armour tt Co
Vansant & Co
Lobman St Co
W. I. Stephen
Lewis it Underwood...
J. B. Root A Co
Bulla A Kline
8. c S
T'nlon Dveased Beef Co
No. Av. Pr.
4 western ewes, culls 5 4 ii
1 western ewo, cull 1 mi 4 .'ill
31 western ewes, culls ill 4 S"
2 wentern ewes V, S 5n
487 western Ismbs. clipped 71 5
1 western lamb, clipped 7n 6 to
3 wi-stern lambs 82 6 "."
5 western wethers, .clipped
culls 7n 4 1'5
7 western lamb cull Kii 5 'i
350 western ewes. clipied !W 6 lt
440 western ewes, clipped 1 5 15
127 clipped lambs 71 5 fn
26 western wethers, clipped.... 5 iw
BOO western wethers, clipped 88 5 13
121 lamha. cllpre! 78 lu
376 lambs, clipped 811 6 10
312 western lambs 01 :S
2, western lambs, clipped 81 H iT
600 western lambs, clipped 81 V I'i
CHICAGO LIVC STOCK M ARK FT
Cattle strong-lloga Higher sherp
Steady to Lower.
CHICAOO. May 8. CATTLE Receipts.
1.500 head; market strong: common 10
prima steers, t4.GOKtf.30; cows, tJ.2fjJtl.bli:
heifers, t2.75tj6.35: bulls. t3.0nj4.25; calves,
t2.7rVB6.00; stockers and. feeders. t2.75'55.00.
HOOS Receipts, 10,0(0 head; market l',ty
Totals 5.963 10.073
CATTLE There waa a very heavy run
of cattle thia morning, 268 cara being- !
reported In. This was not only very large I
In. m lloBalnu K. . t 1. wwjam Ka k...
. " , m a , ' , , n ,, on vile 1U1J,, . . , , , , , ... , ,
of anv dav alnce March 20. when 276 higher choice to prime heavy. Ktodn-oO;
ears were, rer.,rtor4 In Wllh m,n en. I medium to good Heavy. tl 40il;.4(: butcher
tlons today s run waa
year to date. A very
tion of the recelpta
steers, although there was a considera
ble sprinkling of cows and feeders.
thm heaviest of i h 1 weights, ttf.40a6.47H: gotl to choice heavy
..ih-?!V?LJ! mixed. t 87HU6.42H: packing. 15.WMi6.lo.
,..;.,li C.e I SHEEP AND LAM BS Receipts, iO Wo
With such heavy offerings of beef steers
It would have been surprising had packers
not taken tha hear side of the deal. The
fact was they did Juat what might have
been expected, that la, started out very
slow, bidding lower. On the other hand
sellers. In spit of Ihe fact that the re
celpta wera heavy, aeemed to feel thnt
cattle ought to sell pretty close to steady
head; n.arket steady
to UK- lower;
California, extra tifticy Red
all sl7."S, ."&, !aiu: n.ive.s,
all so.es. .'!
- I.luii.iiici-s, extra fancy. 244
sie. f4. .HO to ;!liir aie, J4.'-J
F14J8 4. iilifoi tiit, per H-lb tat ton.' 7i'
V,i. , tniioi iea cMiitnu, Ihii-c-crown, lie;
ti.w i ow n, Uc.
JJA.NA.v.Vri - Per medium sixed bunch.
ti...c1'.-i,; u.iibos, J.' 6'i'iia.W'.
TANC.EI.IaKS - Cuillonua, per box of
about i.'.i, j.cu.
liltAl-r; 1 Kl'IT Calll'ronlu, per box. tO.vt
1'I.n KAPPLKS Sizes 24. 20 dild 36. t5; size
PEARS Winter Nellls, 2.i0. '
APPLES Califoriilu. Ren Davis, 82 per
bu. box; W iiieiiaps, JJ 00 pel bu. box; other
varit ties, t2.lAiu2.au per bu. New York up
pics, liulilwiiiM and Itusscis, tb per bid.
U11A1 Eri liiite i nil Ma lamia, 6.0uu;.ii0.
I'OTATOES lioiiie h'tow, 1'er bu., . 'i"(ti
Sec; South Dakuia. pot b.i., 7'uT5c.
hlVlihl I'Ol'A UlliS -Illinois, per ll-peck
Obi.. X4 75.
NAVY HE A NS Per bu.. tl.8T: No. 2, 11. ij.
Ll.MA BEA.S-l'ei lb., iiHc
CABHAijt. C.illloi niii. 2-c per lb.; V!S
! cousin, ill crates, per ll., 3'.c.
CELElll- l-loriim. ii.a per dux.
No. 1 I lbs. Ill , ao. l itis. 1"H'; N'o. 3
ribs. He; No. I lniiiM. l.'c; No. 2 loins. 12';
No. 3 mlns. lie; No. 1 chucks. 5Hc; N'o. 2
i chin ks. oc; No. il i.'iiui ks. ic; No. I rotinil,
' c; No. 2 round. Hc; No. 3 round. 7c; No. I
' plativHc; No. 2 plate, 3c; No. 3 plmc. 2Hc
1 CU'l-Ut i'ttr Ki t, .l.i .. pel bbl . tU.75.
'; HONEY New, per 14 lbs., U.bU.
ctil-r.oE bw la. tiew, lot, Wisconsin
j bilck, loc; laconsiii HiiiIk ycr, Ijc; twin,
! loc; Young Aiuei leans, ioc.
j ncTb ts ulnuls. No. 1 Bol t shells, new
! crop, per ll., la-fjc; nurd shells, per 11).,
I UV- Pecans, luigc. per lb.. He; small,
. per lb , lit. l eanuie, per lb., 6'ac; roasted,
per lb., sc. Chill wainuls, -r lu., 12)iJHc,
Almonds, sott shells, per lb., lie; Inurt
sheila, per lb., loc. Cocuanula, tl per ruck
I FRESH FIdll Trout. 11c; halibut. 21c:
pickerel, diesscd, 7c; wuile 'bass, lie; sun
lit il, tic, pticll, skinned und dretuej, 8c;
pike, !ul0c; ledsuuppur, lie; sitliiiuu, loc;
ciapplcb, vc; eel, loc; black bass, 2:'c;
wiiitelihh. 1 djl.c; nog lens, ter uo., 6jc;
lobater.s, green. Jc; boiled lobsters, 42c;
bluetisli, loc; I, erring, 5c; Spanlsu riiacl.
erel, lot, haddock, liic; shrimp, 41 per gsl.;
smelts. 12c, cod, i2c; bulliieuas. He; chIiioIi,
liic; rue snud, ioc; lluuuUeia, 11c.
oYo'l Etta ! icsli auinuaid, 81.40 per gal.;
shell uysicrs, 1 U'ul.ou per loo, Little Nee
ciaiiis, i.-o per 1U).
bUtiAR O.anulatcd culm. In bbls., to (.Hi;
granulaled cane. In sacKs, to. 01; granu
lated bed, III sack. 84. Ml.
SYRL'F In barruis, 24c per gal.; In cases,
6 lv-lb. cans, tl.uu; i'ubm, 11 j-lu. cans, tl.hu;
i cuss", 21 2H-lb. cans, ?i.ao.
COFFEE Hoaaled: No. 33. 25Hc per lb.;
I No. ao, iuHc per lu.; No. 25, lHc per lb.;
: No. 20. loHo per lb.; No. 21. 12Hc per lb.
li itori r utiiiiy w iuieiisn, per tm
ew York Live gtovk Market.
NEW YORK. May 8 BEEVK3 Receipts.
887 head, all consigned direct except three
cars; nothing doing: feeling firm on re
ported light arrivals Wednesday: dressed
beef In moderate demand at 7iiSHc per
pound for native sides: Liverpool anil
and In consequence were not inclined m ! London cables, steady: exports today. !-lfl
make any very great concessions. Th I cattle, 4,ru0 quarter of beef; estimated
result of all mis waa mat it wai it o cioca morrow. 4.10" quarters of beer
or after before any business of any con
sequence was transacted, and there was
still a good many cattle unsold at mid
day. It being considerably after that hour
before anything like a clearance was
effected. Some of the most desirable of
the cattle aold at prices that were very i except for prime .handv lambs; prim
nearly or quite steady, with others any- ; clipped sheep. 15.87H: clipped liunbs, ti.iiOifi
where from weak to 10c lower. S.50; no choice offered: culls. 4.73: ellpiied
Cows and heifers followed very closely yearlings, 15.75. no spring lambs,
after ateera. Thoae which Just happened i HOGS Receipts. 1.176 head: none for
to please the buyer and which were needed i sale; nominally firm on Buffalo advices.
tO nil BOtne special uinri uroufciii ngni i
ri:n : j fish Family whlteilsli. Der
8S.4lioj6.sn; lamps, jo.oop I bbl., luo lbs., t4.50; Norway mackerel, per
bbl., ll) lus., uioaters, w.uu; xno. j, i.i.x;
No. 2, tltf.'iu, No. 2, t-u.uu; Irish, No. 2. tltf Ou;
herring, In bbl., JM) lbs each; Norway, 4k.
V13.nu; Norway. 3k. i3u0; Holland, mixed,
811.50; Holland herring, la kegs, milkers,
ipc; Kfga, mixed. 7t!c.
CANNED U' lODS Corn, standard west
ern, MitOoc; Maine. 11.15. Tomatoes, 3-lb.
cans, $1.2u4jl.5o: l-lb.. 7Hc81.00. Pineapples,
united. 2-Tli.. 12.Oo4iC.3o; :llced. 81.9UU2 20.
j tjnlloii apples, fum y, tl.7b, t'aliforn.a aprl-
j cols, 41.v.ili.ui", 1'i-aiK, e. ,.,'u-.,io. iictn urn,
taiicy, tl.7oiu2.40; H. C. peaches, tl' 0i(j2 ,si.
! Alaska s,mon, red. 11. lo; pink, 9ts-; fancy
I Chinook, 1'., 82.10; fancy Hockeye, F., II..-.;
I sardines, H oil. t'J.50; mustard, tl ooy
i .110. Sweet potatoes, tl l.Vrl.i'ii; sauerkraut,
. (l.uo; pumpkins, 0. 'aH.ul. w, x bcana. 2-11...
! ;.i'ii9ic; lima brans. 2-lb., 7ocditl.2i; spinach,
tl 3o'(i2 (; cheap pens, 2-lb.. ioc; extra,
i ic.ic: taiicy, 11 . : 5 1 75
HIDES. PELT8 AND TALLOW No. 1
1 Riecn hides. No 2. tc No. 1 salted, lie;
No. 2, lOe. bull Hides. 7i v?tc; ory niacs.
CALVF.S Recelots. 32 hem! and 710 f r
trad ng; feel ng firm; dresFed calve, sfaCy;
city dressed veals, 7H'0l'i'; country
BHEEP AND LAMBS -Receipts. 1.2tl3
head; sheep, steady; lambs, slow and wnk
up to steady prices, wmi oilier ainos
weak to 10c lower.
Ptockers and feeders also suffered from
the large run, being slow to 10c lower
than yesterday. Some of the cattle here
yeaterday brought 6n less today.
2 dllng. 11 5-lc; good middling,
sJ onng fair. 12 3-16c
KiiJ J stock. 157.127 bales.
London, C'lealaa; Ntorka. .
LONDON. May 8. Closing quotations on
ina nioca exchange were:
Liverpool Uraln anal Provisions.
LIVERPOOL, May 8.-WH EAT-Siot.
nominal; futures, sirady; May. sa s'ad; July,
4a7d; September. 6a 6Hd
CORN-tipot, firm; Amerlran mixed, new,
4a 6d; American old. 4a Hd. futun-s. steady;
May. 4s 6d. July, 4s 4d
Toledo leed Market.
TOLFDO. May T SEEDS Clover. cah.
WITH. October. lo.KH Alaike. prime. 88 80.
Dalnih Grala Market.
Dl'LCTH. May I. WHEAT N'o 1"
aoilhero. 80H'', No. 2 northern. 7Hc:
a traek, Nt. 1 nortbern, '.-, Nu. I
Peoria (irala Market.
PKORIA. Way 8 CORN Strong: No. I
yellow, 4c; Nr. 1. 4Sc; No. 4, 4e. no
grade. 40 44te.
OAT I'nchanged; No. I white. 32o;
No. 4 white. 81 He.
Kvaparated tpples aad Dried Frail.
NKW YORK. Mav 8 EV A PORATED
APPLK- fitrl. tly prime. Uc; choice, ll'.'a
V; iatic. UAalilic
! do orount
j Aneronda ,.
! Baltimore Ohio.,
j Canadian PenAi: ..
Oimi A Ohio
Chicago Ul. W
c. at. A St. P ....
tienrer A k. 0
d let pfd
do Id pld
Illlnola I'entrml . . . .
Louiavllle A Nah . .
M . k T
a t-ltiN. V Central
U S-K Norfolk W
.. 11 do pfd
. II louuii A W
. Hi. Rand Mines
..14'4 1 Heading
. . e de let pld
.. vi do Id pfd
. . II do pfd
..41 Southern Pai-ltc .
.. a t nloa Pacini
.. 1.1' de pfd
.. TI4.C. S Si eel
.. 4. da pfd
..141 ,! do pr
. . 44
firmer, 3ud per ounce.
The rate of discount in the often markei
for short bills la 8 15-1I.-H4 per cent; for
tnree months' bills, 1 IS-lo'at per cent.
1 Treaaary atateaaeat.
! W AsjIIIN'OTON. May 8 Today's slate
4 nicni, of Hie treasury balances In the geu-
Kagtar aad Molasaea.
NEW YORK. May 8-8COAR-Raw.
firm: fair rettning. 2 15-l?j:3r; centrlfugsl.
86 teat. 1 13-3l()3Hc: molasaea sugar. 2 11-16
jic; refin-d, steady: No. 8. 4 loc; No. 7.
4.06c; No. 8. 4c; No. 9, l.c: No. 10. 3 80c; No.
11. i R6c; No 12. 8.80c; No. 11. 1 75o; No
14, 1.75c: confectioner A 4.45c; mould A.
4.85c; cut loaf, 5.30c, crushed, d.Jiir, pow
dered, 4.70c; granulated, 4 80c; choice,
NEW ORLEANS, May 8. SI 'GAR Quiet,
but ateady: open kettle. 3'a3 7-l6c; centrlfii.
gal whites. 3fa4c. yellow, 3SS3c; sec
MOLASSES Nominal; open kettle, 174
.-; centrifugal. 7jc.
8 Y'R CP Nominal: iii3ta-.
- ("oaTee Market.
NEW YORK. May 8 -Market for futures
opened steady at unchanged prices to a
decline of 5 point In response to lower
European cables and bearish private cables
from Havre. Offerings wrn not very
heavy, however, notwithstanding the con
tinued heavy receipts, and prlcea rallied In
the late trading on a Utile buying by
short and local bulla. The market rloied
steady net unchanged lo I points lower on
sales of 88. Sou bags. Including May at 6 25c:
June, t itle; July. 6.3514. fee: September. 6 6u
j6.5c; Dei-ember, .8oe: February. 70c;
March. 7 lix ; Apnl. 1 al,.Xc. spot K10,
klead) ; Nu. 7 Invoice, 8c,
,4 t7t 8 tt Kl 11W 4 t
Tf' 441 8 to 17 1117 I to
I. ' 1000 4 V 11 12-14 4 0
' t4l 4 10 ll 114 4 44
jl' I2 4 10 ll 1171 4 m
(' 1014 4 44 It 124 4 1)0
4 1040 4 tt II .117 t 00
J 10S7 4 M ft DM 4 OS
1 llt4 4 40 II 1.188 8 0
ri nut 4 o 14 Hum 8 0
14 1126 4 0 1144 4 0
) tl 4 4 I.. 17011 I 1
1( 1111 4 70 81 1411 I 14
30 11f 4 76 1 1144 t 10
... 122 4 W 11 1MIS I 2
II 1151 4 IMS 4 .1
41 1244 4 It
1 '..40 I 00 1 ti 1 as
1 1070 t 40 I ID I (4
j 1110 I to 10M t an
1 110 2 to t t7 8 tt
1 (10 1 40 1 440 4 00
J 1020 t to 4 0 4 0
1 ton I It t 12i 4 00
a 110 1 Ut I 1140 4 Ml
I IN IHl 1 11W 4 00
1 '.00 t 1 Ill 4 0
1 17 8 f M 4 00
1 luOO a ) 14 Ilt 4 00
J t0 I 10 I lmm 4 00
4 II 1 M T 41 4 Oi
1 40 1 IS 1 1.154 4 1
1 a t ( .n;i 4 10
4 m it 11 1044 4 it
1 tui 1 1 um 4 11
4 107 I M 3 1110 4 14
4 10M t SO 10 11(4 4 to
7 M IM 1 11-8 4 It
14... 1U5S I li, I 0l( 4 It
1 1450 1 Ml 1 1310 4 ti
1 Io0 M 1 Md III
I 10 4 76 It) I Ml 4 4i
4 tat I 75
1 741) I 7t I 500 8 40
1 740 I 11 4 HI 4H
a. .. 46 a to 7 44 a u
4 71 a 10 41 74 1 10
4 87t a 16 1 110 4 o
1 ,.7i4 a 2 : 7o 4 00
a 411 111 4 (71 4 10
I To 4 1" 1 1040 4 10
1 1710 I M 1 120 a 40
1 1440 a uo 1 mo a an
1 143 3 15 4 1707 a 40
1 1)10 I 25 1 1670 a 44
1 1100 a 2s 1 100 a v.
1 lo a :i 1 nt a 44
I i4o a to 1 1514 a
I IMD 1 14 I 1444 8 76
I 160 a 40 1 176 t 76
1 1470 I til
1 12 4 16 1 IOO 4
a iti 4 w 4 m 1 ti
ll I Ot 1 114 8 16
1 II 4 16 1 14 4 75
II 141 4 1 140 ( 00
1 160 I 16
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
1 6M 1 64 40 730 4 84
1. 414 I at 4 710 4 0
a 44 a 4 t m 4 4
I ti 8 64 14 14 4 44
1 7n 4 10 7 t -4 4 40
1 4W I 71 11 17 4 46
I 411 4 14 14 4M 4 40
11 444 4 16 17 114 4 44
( 4K1 4 46 11 741 4 4
1 40 4 14 It 41 4 14
1 4M It 144 77 4 4
Kansas t Itr Lire "fork Mtrkel.
KANSAS CITY, My 8. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 12.U3 head. Including 2ti0 southerns;
maiket, strong: stockers and feedera. lnc
lower; choice export and dressed beef
steers. f5.4Ofj8.0O: fair to good. t4.40fj.;i5;
western fed steers. t3.75n5.40; stockers and
feeders. 13.0ODf4.75; southern steers. t3 .2'ii
5.25: southern cows. !:!.5iKH.in: native cows,
f2.6tvp4.60; native helters. !3.SOl3.Ji; bulls.
!3.3o14.;r; calves, g3.Offl5.7o.
HOOS Receipts. li.iK'u head; rnaiket.
I strong to shade higher; top. 3T: bulks of
I sales, 16 17H6.:ri: i.eav. li;.27H'!"i "5; puck
1 trs. 16 2D676.!lu; pigs snd llslit. 15. 20 '11 6. 21 H
BHLKP AN!) LAM RH Receipts, K.iKO
! head; m.irkel, strong; lamb. t'l iS-UiiO: 1
I sheep and yearling. tl.4n4ii.utl; western fed
yearlings, t5.0lK06 jit; western fed sheep, tl.iu
I (ff6.20; stockers end feeders, jj.ur.ffiJ.ru.
::iffJ0c. Horse hides law. 13; small.
Sheep pelts, each, 50cbl.26. Tallow, No.
I4c; No. 2, 3-l4c; rough, lHc
R I A I. K8TITK T H . N F KH8.
I St. I.onle Ut Stock Market.
; ST. LOl'IS. May CAT IV c. i.eceiuls.
j 4.0m head, including t.lSo Texan: market,
I higher: native shipping and export steers,
, 44 !s.i6.XI; dressed lieef and butcher steers.
t3.fi;ii5.20: steer under l.o0 pounds, $.i F,i'u
! 4.00; stixker and feeders, t2.4fi44.60: cows
; and helfer. 12.IViiR.UO; canners, H.5vi2.'.'i;
hulls. I2.ct4i4.2u: calves. fl.tK 'd6.fto; Texas
I and Indian steers, tl.W'i 4. 75 ; cows and
' heifers. t- o'3.90.
I Htxjri Receipt. .lno bend: mark-t.
higher: pigs and lights. tS.tmfyR i ); packers.
t6.U':.40: lt'tchera e.id pest heavv. tt. lu'n
. SHEEP AN l.i I A MBS Receipka. 1.UO
head: market, 'e'l'v; e.ailve multoiis. jl it)
i6.n0: larrbs. " '.'"if: cttll and bucks,
tl.ift.rsi; stic'.eis. luif,4.i0.
SI. .! -'i I.I re Slock Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Mav 8. TATTLE
Receipt. ,1.246 head; mark'M steady lo
strong, natives. tl.Oatr 5 r-0; cow anil
heifers. 1 1 .75 "Sf 4.50 , stockers and fei di r.
13 00 tl 4.50
HOOS Rieelpts. 5.1i'4 head; mark-t
steady to strong: light. So 1 5 i ii.25 ;
medium and heavy. 16 2n j 6.32 H : bull;,
16 203 27H.
SHEEP AND LAJI 1 Receipts,
head; market steady; lamb, 17. .15.
H. J. Urove and wife 10 Luclle P.
.Matthews, lots 2 and :!, block 8, Ben
son t 5W
1 It. Appelgren to Oivld filllhtrom, lot
I 11. blcck 12. Rose Hill.. 150
1 Antnnie Tobias and husband lo Joseph
I t'eiek anil wile, lot 12. block "A,'"
! Mtirrison's aild 400
1 Jane I. II nlt.in to Isabella T. Tart
w light. lot 4. bloiK 137. South
4)inalia j .-...' 1
F:ed Siiilili-. ml. rf to Curl llolccek,
lot hi. hi- . ; Melius Isl 123
Mary A. R :-.11.111 to Henry E. P'-isa,
ion 2 14 11 . 1 . b:.ick 1. Portland Place 1
nnd wife to Rachel
1 :. block 1, Lincoln
1-iunK L. Madi
14, block 7, Syn-
; John 11
, fin e
; iMl .1 J. Ij ... I
)i Mi. c1 lots i j and
; d.cate Hill
".Mher Welnstelti ft nl. to William
i E. Mai til. 11H let 1. block 11. H. E.
j Roger'a add 6.000
j O. T. Redlck to Martha A. Barnard,
' tract ne tf-15-13 51
'Charles V . Nunen.unn and wife to
1 K. C. Hervey. lots 7. 8. 8. 52. 53. .it,
I block 2. Klrkliafim r & Winner's sub.
J. E. Smith to Selma Hudgi-s. lot 1.
block 2, Patrick a 3d Saratoga.
Mathias Ivctz ami wife' to .lames
, Knutsky, part lot 3. block TK. South
' Omaha ..'. 15.')
I Willl'iin E. Martin to Mils Uros.
HOOS Hugs old ic higher this morn.
!'(, Ilia long string going at 16 20, as
ioas rity Live Htnrk Market.
SlOl'X CITY. May 8.-tSperIal Telegram
CATTLE-Receipts. 2.110 head: market 10i
lower; stockers, steady; beeves. It.on'uS.w;
cows, bulls and mixed. t3 fC'g4,"l; stockers
snd feeders. 13 iO'i?4 40; calves und yenrlin.,,
tfOGS Receipts. 3.7M head; market 5c
higher: Selling at 16.10a6.25; hulk of sales,
f. l.'Vfl 15
stock la Klght.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
Tat lie. Hogs. Sheen
South Omaha 4. (so li.i.w 5jo
Hloux city 2.I00 3.7. 0
Kansas City !2.u IT.om 4 Con -
St. Juaeph 1.246 5.124 5 .87 j
St. Ixul 4 I4t I'll I mi I
Chicago 3.,'uo lO.if-iO iv.is-i
.3v.7 54.S.-4 3.':
NEW YORK. May l.-METAI.S-The tin
market showed coiitlnuid exeiiemenl. l.i
lxmdon the price changea wire aselu aen- -
satiunal with spot tin advancing 1.3 l.i to I Margaret
4.1. 1 . while the futures were lower ,11 O Pike
4.1s list. Locally the maiksi wu over loo park .,
Hawing Co.. 11H lot 1. bliM k 1. S. E.
IMzalxlh 51. Shalian lo
Kielxcr, loia ;J j-ml 21. block
Etlie! K. Hoycj- and lusband
A. Mi 11 raw. pint lot 6,
Jnseph tlejduk to Marie llelduk. part
l-)l .. block 2"i. inaha
Paul Plxey to U. L. Spillman. I'd 13,
James 11 Harvey and wife to A. O.
Nelson. I01.4 Is anl Hi. fftaminercy
Jrlm KtioulHt mid wif. to Tl.ia Hed-
berK. lot 4. Willi. 11, l a s.ilj
John 1. Hcndt!")n to Llzzin Oraham,
lot 1" block 2, Moca' mhIi
John I). Ware lo Lnc.lse S. Reed, lot 1.
block 2. liNetz Place
Artnlph II lirvall li J. P K' hoc. lot If
and pan 15. b!oi k 5 Il'-ilfonl PI ice .
O. M. Lei s 10 Oscar Kro,ietcdi, lot II.
block 8. Popileioii Paik
Ortruile Puriiielee ami liu-ibatid to
Nellie A. l! ii ileciatti. lot 41. uni) part
42. Reef;' Place
A. S. AtKiiiHun and w,te lo Mis. W.
IWhcIic, lot 5. blin k 1' . My u. Rich
ards At Tllden'r add
Jamea W. LliKKar and wife ct al. to A.
H. Atkliini n h.une
Cyi.thl.i M. Mt-Cui'.ue tl J. lie Kits
M tsmi. lots :x and 30. bio; k 2, Miotic
I 4 rl-
Smith, trustie, to Charles
part tix lot 1. nw'4 nw
William F. Pan and
Rati In, lots 24 und 2
to John W.
ick 2, Mystic
Martin and husband lo H.
lot 1. block t. Spring Lake
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