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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1D0G.
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Ira da in
it Dull and
No. 1 northern. 41c; No ? northern. TV;
Mat. ': Jt'ty. W'V" Sept "inner. 7"V
OATB To arrive, on truck and May,
WHEAT CLOSES FRACTIONALLY HIGHER
Cask Demand fteeas to Be Baling la
BiriiM la All Uralaa Fair
Wtratr Weather Make
OMAHA. May , 1
Tha wheat market wit very dull, with
. l.iuf traae from l ho outside, in
,.. oearish foreign news tliera i
a unit irvniw at tha start and an advance
u.ti oi soout He on talk of better caah
.,..t ..fi.i-.inl and better flour demand In
Mnii nun-sets. The latter pail ot tha
xe.iMi tiiu market wn easy and the close
nut n.Me nlaner tnan yesterday. The crop
la pi-ogiessmg favorably, but ita condition
001 not count much at present aa a fac
tor. Tha market nes developed Into a
narrow, scalping aflair. The cash sltua
tlona la now tha controlling factor.
Oata were strong. The cloae on May
waa M higher and on July Ho higher.
Warm and clear weartier throughout the
corn belt had a weakening effect on futures
and prices at the clone showed a email loss
Receipt were light and cash demand
atrong. Aa It la generally expected that re
celpta will Increase aa aoon aa planting la
over, eentlment aeems to be rapidly chang
ing to the bear aide. Trade la too light to
admit or anything but a scalping market.
Primary wheat recelpta were 1.000 bu.
and shipments 1M.OO0 bu., against re
celDts last rear of 122.000 bu. and shlp-
mnnta of 211,000 bu. Corn receipts were
ilJ.uuo tu. ana sntpmeni iii.uuu bu.,
agalnat recelpta last year of 16J.00O bu,
and shipments of 176,000 bu. Clearancea
ware 8a. 000 bu. wheat, 44, (09 bbl. flour,
257,000 bu. corn, and 14.000 bu. oata.
Liverpool cloaed unchanged on wheat
and HWd higher on corn.
Local range of optlona:
Arttcles. Open. Hlgh. Low. Cloae. Te y
Wheat I I
May...! 74B 764
'July... 72HB 73
Corn- I I
July... UB 42k
May... S1B S1'B
7441 7WB 74 K
72HB 724 B 72V
4.1 44B 434
424 42HB 42A
UB 3HB tlHB
A aaked. B bid.
Oaaakei Caak Prleea.
WHEAT-Nq. I hard. 744f77o; No. I hard,
7V-i74Hc; No. 4 hard. erVSTlHc: No. 3 aprlng,
7Kw7ftic: No. 1 anrins?. 7ofarZiil4e.
ORN No. I. 44Vkc; No. 4, 4i3H3Hc: No. 3
yeiiow, tic; na a nn. oc.
OATS No. I mixed. 9Uo; No. t white.
No. 4 white, lie,
RVB-No. 1 Mc; No. 3. 64Hs.
Wheat. Corn. Oata.
Chicago . 2 70 118
Kansas City 40 42 t
Minnearmlia 49 ...
Omaha 6 M.I
Duluth XI ...
t. Loula .'. S3 132 U
CHICAGO GR.AIX AND PROVISIOHS
I Peatr : ea of tha Tradlag and Closing:
,' Prleea Board of Trade.
CHICAGO. May .-Cold weather and
frost throughout a large portion of tha
wheat belt were chiefly responsible for a
atrong and active wheat market here to
any. At the close the July option was Ho
nianer. Corn waa down. HftVtC. oata were
up He and provisions were 2iyal'c lower.
The oold weather throughout tha north.
west, with reports of killing froata in sev
eral aeoiiona, caused a nrm opening tn me
wheat market today, the July option sell
liiir it hiaher. at 7W The newa of
tne aay generally favored the bulla and
tne mitrkel continued atrong until tne cioae.
-Hecelnta In the ' northwest were smaller.
Minneapolis . reported a good demand for
cash Wheat and there were some reports
of actual damage In Kansaa and Nebraska.
Late in the day there wea considerable
selling by local longs. For July tha high
eat point of the day waa reached, at i
ajauc. The market cloaed firm, with July
at itHe. Clearancea of wheat and flour
were caual to 243.0UO bushela. Primary re
celpta were 19.(D bushels, against 125.000
bushels one year ago. Minneapolis, jjuiuiu
and Chicago reported recelpta of 87 cara.
agalnat 2U cars last week and M cara
Tha earn market ruled lower today on
falrlv liberal aelllna- of. the July ODtlon by
several prominent commission house and
py pit tracers. E.any in m nay cuu
houses and broker bought actively, but
the demand waa short lived and prices
eaaed off. Weather conditions were favor
able and it was predicted that a tree move
ment of the crop will commence in a few
iava. Tha July ODtlon opened at 45H't
bc. sold up to 4B'c and cloaed steady at
46V4a- Local receipts wera iv cars,
aiith 13 para of contract srrade.
Tha oata market was Arm throughout the
day. There waa good buying ot tna May
option by shorts and prominent commis
sion houses. Local bulla were the chief
purchasers of July, with commission
nouses supplying tha bulk of offerings-
UUtJ UJWI1CU .7SV, " K " w w '
cloaed firm at lic. Local recelpta were US
The provision market was dull and
lacked support throughout the day. Pit
irariera aenerally were Inclined to take a
bearish view of tha aituatlon. There waa
fair buying of lard by local packera and
good shipments of all hog products. Prices
for live hoge were steady. At the cloae
July pork waa 17Htraoo lower, at 14.KH.
Lard waa down 2 He. t fS.40. Rib were 6
ifjIHo lower, at 8.6ZH- , .
Kstlmated reoelDta for tomorrow: Wheat,
2 cars; corn, 7 cara; oata, lit can; hogs.
The leading future ranged as follows:
Articles. Open. Hlgh.j Low. Cloae. Yea'y
1 'Wheat I
i July it 1TH
ftept. 11 00
Sept. I U
May I 40
July I tnik
4T4i47 J'H 47H
K I2H r. S2H
1H 1 31 H
29W H 2H 3H
14 87H 14 7 14 TS 15 00
14 17H 14 K 14 WH U 17H
16 00 14 W 14 16 07H
im t ts irTHitTH
I 46 I 16 JH I 42V,
I 67H I 47H ( 60 I 66
(40 140 140 146
I 67V I 62H &-'H W
61166 S67H t2Vi
rash ouotstlons wera aa follows:
FlXJl'K Market ateady; winter patenta,
uwil0: stralahta. l& iti V; spring pat
enta, S3.K9S80; aprlng airalghla, SS.tOisV;
baker. 62.30 2.10.
WHEAT No, ' t apring, 2igHc; No. J
aprlng. 77jr3o: No. 1 red, BWHC
CORN No. 1. 4SVo; No. t yeiiow, 44.
OATS-No. t, So; No. t white, 23
No. I white, J2.?i3iV,c.
BAKLKV Good feeding, 40C41HC; fair to
choir maltlna-. 4oi60c.
6 E EDS No. 1 flax. 61.00; No. 1 northweet.
era. 6116. Prime timothy, (.. Clover,
contract rrade. 611.26.
PROVlSlONeV-Mesa pork, per bbl., 614.78
Cf'U.lu. Lard, per HO lbs.. 68.30. Short ribs
sides (loose). 6 864 . 46. Short clear side
(boxed), 6 6t8 86.
Following war tha receipt and ship.
inenia oi nour ana grain:
(lour, bbla zs.6
Wheat, bu 14.0U0 Jv)
Corn, bu 14 fc) 130. cm
Oats, bu 463.0O0
Rye, bu 6.000 &.)
barley, bu 7J.o 7v
On tha Produce exchange today tha but
ter market was ateaay; creamerlea UH1)
K-t dalrlea. UtrlSo. Eggs, ateady: at mark.
caeea included. UxqUH'; flrsta, iHc; prim
nrsts, ic; eairaa, issje. vneese. ateady
PEORIA, May .-X)RN-F1rm: No. t
yellow, 4Dc; No. 6, 49c; No. 4. Uc; no grade.
OAT-HIer: No. I white, S2Hc; No. 4
titte. Jl SO jive-
HVK Kuui: No. t 44c.
WHISKY-On the baaie of tin for fin.
V MllwaaJae Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. May l.-WHEAT-Mir
kt higher; No. 1 northern, fotiMc; No. t
northern, nwc; Juiy, wc, aaked.
RYE ltwer; No. L li?Vc
feARLE V Dull; sample, totaaic.
l-ORN teady; No. 1 caah, THr4ec; July,
b)c, bia. i,
Dalotk Gralsi Market.
DULUTH May .-WHEAT-No. I nurth
ern. sic; xo. i northern, 7c. On track:
sr.w lORK HRIRRU MARKET
Qaetatleaa of the Day on Varloo
NF.W YORK. Mav . FMJUR Receipt.
0.1i bMs.: exports. :. bbla.: market
eteudy, but ulct; Minnesota patenta, 64 Wit
I no; Minnesota baaers. winur
fttents, 63 ij4 2; winter straltthta. IXiVd
6; winter extras. I2SW3: winter .low
grades. 6?.7Mix.30. Rye flour, steady; fair to
good. 6,1. Until. M ; choice to fancy, 6;l.!fi4 10.
CORN M EA L. Kteady; line white and yel
low, tl.to; coarse, 11.07 11.0; kiln dried,
RYE Hull: No. t western. 70n. f. o. b..
BARLEY flteadv! fearilne. 47'. r. c. I. r..
New York; malUng, 6i?6ic. c. I. f.. New
WHEAT Recelnta 10 000 bu snot mar
ket steady; No. 2 rd. nominal, elevato.;
r-o. z ren. axe, nominal, r. o. o. anoat;
No. 1 northern. Duluth, 04e f. o. l.
afloat: No. 1 northern, Manitoba. 90c f. o.
h. afloat. The local market for wheat
opened firm on cold weather and light
northwest receipts. Reactions, due to pre
dictions for a bearish government report
on Thursday followed, after which ih
marKei responded to oeciaea strengtn in
the northwest, bull crop news and 4
scare of May shorts. It finally eaaed
slightly from top, although showing at
the close He o e net advance. ' May,
ss r stiiac, closed at '.c; juiy,
05 7-l66Ac. closed at SBHc; heptember,
S -ltrl 12-1c, closed at 83 He-
t'UH.N Receipts, sz.sfto dii.; exports,
142.712 bu.: SDOt market barely steady;
No. 2, 6644c, nominal, elevator, and 66Ho
f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 yellow, 67He: No.
white, 6c. Option market waa dull an 1
without transactions, clotting partly He
net lower. May closed at fis He: July
closed at 6Hc; September closed at 62c;
December closed at oZVte.
OATS Receipts, 66.ROO bu.; exports,
80.445 bu.: soot market steady; mixed
oata, 26 to 12 pounds. I7Hj8Ro; naturil
white, 20 to 33 pounds. 3XJ39c; clipped
white, IS to 40 pounds. th?41c.
HAT Firm: good to choice. SOcfitl.OO;
shipping, fiOtJtlSc. 1
HOPS Steady ; tate, common to choice.
18f crop, lqlSc; 1904 crop. 9gl0c; oM.
nominal; Pacific coast. I! crop, 10fJ17c;
19fi4 crop, trllc; olds, 4fi5c.
HIDES Steady ; Ualveston, w to 26 ins..
2ftc; California. 21 to 26 lbs., 21c; Texas dry,
24 to to lbs., ltc.
leather steady; acid, ZBirnji'c.
PROVISIONS Ref. ateady: family. 111.60
12.60; mess, $ lnvag.90: beef hams, J0.'.'6
622.00; pscket. 610 tifll 00: cltv extra India
mess, 117. 60V 18.00. tut meats, quiet.
pickled bellies. 9 .25-010.60: pickled shoulders,
63.00; pickled hum,', tUOOtfi 11.76. Itrd.
eaay; western prime. i.o(8,d.6t. nominal;
reflned. eaay. continent, 13.90: South
America, 19.76; compound, 7.00'9I7.S7H.
Pork, ateady family, tis.no, snort clear,
616.26613 00; mess. $16.50t? 17.25.
TALLOW Dull: city. 5c: country. 6tt
RICE Firm: domestic, fair to extra, 5
fjc; Japan, nominal.
POITLTRY Alive, steady; chickens and
turkeys. 12c; fowl, ltc. Dressed, dull;
chickens, 10c; turkeye, H'al6c; fowls, 11-UlOc.
BUTTER Firm. Street price: Extra
creamery, 20Hc. Official prices: Creamery,
common to extra, 13Ca30c; tate, held, 13
13c; renovated, common to extra, ludjlfiHc;
western factory, common to nrsts, litdinc.
CHEESE Irregular: old atate full cream.
largM and small, colored and whit., fancy,
14Ho; good to prime, 13HWKc; common to
fair, n wise; new state run cream, large
and small, best. 6Hc; state fair to good.
EUUa strong; state. Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected white. 20c: state,
choice, 19ttil9Hc; state, mixed fancy, lc;
western extra firsts. IKe: western seconds.
16H517c; southerns. lllHc.
4. Loals Geaeral Market.
ST. LOUIS, May .OWHEAT-HigheT!
No. 2 red. caah elevator, nio; track, 3(t
MHc; May. 80Hc; July. 77;ji77'!c; No. i
CORN Higher: no. I casn, nominal;
track, 49HiSoc; May, 47c; July, 44H&
OATS Firm; No. 2 cash, iic; track, 33c;
May, 32Hc; July, tic; No. 2 white, 36c'
FLOUR Steady; red winter . patents,
64.2049 4.60: extra fancy and straight.
6S.70W.lO; clear, 2.2&2.0.
SEED Tlmathv. ateady,
CORNMEAL Steady. 62.60.
BRAN Steady; aaoked, east track, SOS 92c.
HAY Steady; timothy, tl2.00l.60; prai
rie. 6116018 .60,
IRON COTTON TIES 91.01.
HEMP TWINE 7Hc.
PROVISIONS Pork, lower; jobbing, 316.00.
Lard, lower, prima steam, S&.12H- Dry salt
meat, 'steady: VOxed extra shorts. 6S.E7H:
clear ribs, 69.12H: short clears. 69.25. Bacon,
steady; boxed extra ahorts, 69.62H; clear
ribs, X9.87H. snort clear, iio.w.
POULTRY Steady: chlckena. 10c: springs.
20(g2fic; turkeys. 12c; ducks, 11c: geese, 6c.
BUTTER-Dun; creamery, lfrtfj.-wc: dairy.
iJCHJB f irm; itc case count.
Flour, bbl 8.6ti0 8,0(10
Wheat, bu.... S9.0H0 44,0H0
Corn, bu 1S2.WO 6h'.uno
Oata, bu 81.000 79,000
Mlaideapoll Grala Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, May . FLOUR First
patenta, 84.104.20; aecond patents, 63.90
04.00; first clears, $3.6063.40; aecouj
BRAN In bulk, I16.26O16.60.
(Superior Board of Trade quotation for
Minneapolis and Chicago delivery. The
VI "l.m .M.iuafiw VJ K, Lit. J
Co.. U0-1U Board of Trade building waa:
Artlcles.1 Open. Hlgh.j Low. Close. Yes'y
May... 774 78
July... 7Hi&H 7H
Sept... 77H&i 77H
May... 1 16H 1 17
July... 1 17 1 V
Sept... 1 17 1 17
Kaaaae Ctty Grata) aad ProTieloata.
KANSAS CITY. May 9. WHEAT May
76c: July. RHc: September. 71Hc: caah m
t hard. 77VMle; No. 1 757tc; No. 4. 6wi
4 TUhXtc. Recelnta. 11 cara
CORN May, 44c; July, 43c; September.
42c; cash, No. 2 mixed. 47347c: No 2
44c; No. t white. 48c; No. t 47i&47VsO.
UAis-M. i wnite. nmaac,
HAY Firm; choice timothy, 113 00813.75;
choice prairie. 610. 76911. 00.
BOOS Firm: Missouri and Kansaa, new
No. 1 whitewood case Included, 14c; caae
count, UHc; cases returned. He leas.
BUTTER Creamery, lc; packing. llo.
Wheat, bu 11.000 s.ono
Corn, bu 21.0o0 tt.ono
Oats, bu LOoO 11,000
Philadelphia Prelate Market.
PHILADELPHIA. May fc-BUTTER
nrm; extra western creamery, 2142le
extra nearby prlnta. 23c.
BXK1S Steady; nearby fresh 17c at mark;
wwi.rn iresn. iic an mara.
CH EES B Quiet; New York full creams,
Uverpoal Grata Market.
LIVERPOOL. May 9.-WHEAT-Snot
nominal; futurea. quiet; May, in 6d; July.
CORN Firm; American mixed, ' new, 4
aa; American mixed, old, 4a Hd; futurea,
quiet; May, nominal; July, 4a 4d.
Toledo goed Market.
TOLEDO. O.. Mav 1 Hirrrvn r-i-
cash, 6426; October. 64 00. Alelke, prime!
6 20. Timothy, prime. 61-62. Rye, No. t,
NEW YORK. May 6. METALS The Lon.
don tin market was still nervous, hut
fluctuations were narrower and the snot
premium wa further Increased with the
position quoted at 197 6s, while futures
were slightly lower at CIS 12 6d. Locally
the market wa quiet, with holder a little
easier In their views, spot being quoted at
63 b&43.76. Copper waa higher In the Ensr-
liah market, with spot quoted at 83 15
and future at IM lis ad. Ixically copper
waa without notable quotation. Lake was
at tlft.tutiilt 00, electrolytic at 816 .26il.6 and
casting at tlK.00to16.2&. Iead waa unchanged
at 14 10a in ill English market arid at
8a.OwiY70 locally. Speller was 2s 4d higher
at 2 7 id In London, but remained un
changed at 80uci.10 locally. Iron was
higher In the Engliah market, with Clave
land warrant quoted at 60s lHd and si an,
ard foundry at 6us. Itcaily Iron was un
changed. No. 1 northern foundry, 318.6'd
19.00. No. 1 northern foundry. Iia.25vls.an.
No. 1 southern foundry, tit 254ll.6t. No. I
auuioern rounary, 9if. ib-Qis.eu.
ST. LOUIS. May t.-M ETA L8-Lead,
strong. 66 76. Spelter, lower, 86.9tiu3 92.
NEW YORK. May 9 COFFEE Market
lr ir open 'ea.. at urn-hanged
price in keeping with European marketa.
The close wa ateady at unchanged price
to an advance of 6 points, balea for the
day were reported at 86.750 bags. Including
uu, uiy. -. BrpteintM-r, ra
-: O-teber. 4 70i.7&.-; let.eniher. gnoc;
i wi, April. 1 ax. iHt Rio,
quiet; No. J invoice, rc.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
BeooTerj in Prices Makes it Profitable to
Boll to Take Profits.
MARKET SHOWS ABSORBTIVE POWER
trona- Rally After Extensive aelllna;
Greatly laereasea Ceafldence
NEW YORK. Mav y The recovery In
prices In the stork market resetted a point
today where It met very Tree selling 10
take proflts. It was apparent during the
morning the stock offerings In the market
were more than enflVlent trt supply the
demand from uncovered shorts, which con.
tlnued quite an appreciable factor and over
bore the efforts of newly revived pools 10
continue the advance. The profit-taking
was not without effect on prices, while it
continued most active, but the market
showed a degree of absorptive power, which
proved a surprise to professional spernia.
live operatora.. The rallying tendency or
prices lHte in the day after the extent
to which the realizing process had been
carried resulted in much increasing specu
There was no evidence of any large new
demand from outside source", but combina
tions and pools amonsst professions! op
erators or habitual operators of large re
sources took a renewed position In the
marKet with increased confidence. This wa
notably perceptible In the Industrials, espe.
dally those having to do with copper and
lead, both In the mining and smelting
stages. A grotin of operators In these
stocks has acquired very large prestige by
the success of ttielr operations in recent
months and by the enormous speculative
profits which they are credited with having
made. Any stuns or a new speculative
campaign by this element attracts a large
following amongst the board room trader!
and of outside operators of a smaller class.
The general speculative sentiment Is Im
proved also by the clearing away of some
of the dangerous factors which overhung
the market. The money market Is obvi
ously much relieved from the late strain
upon It and funds are obtainable with
comparative facility and at yielding rates.
where a short time ago spectiliitlve borrow
ers had no resource but to sell out thlr
holdings of securities and to liquidate their
obligation. Th banking review of the
future course of currency from Ban Fran
cisco doe not fully bear out the sanguine
expectations if stock speculators as to the
promptness with which the return flow will
set In. Transfers through the subtreasury
to 8n Frsnclsco and to Denver rose to
over tl.ooo.ono today, after having fallen to
a nominal level several days ago. The re
vival of this movement had some modify
ing effect upon the supposition that San
Francisco would Immediately return cash
to New York or would find its reserves In
a glutted condition, even before the banks
had reopened for business. There was a
further strong advance In the sterling ex
change rate In this market, which served to
clinch the growing conviction that the
movement of gold to New York has cessed
for the present. This had a cheering effect
upon the London market which waa helped
also by an advance In the sterling rate
at Parts, Indicating a tendency towards
relief for London from that aonrce. Aa
money continued easy here, the New York
market had i reflected advantage from
the Improvement In the London stock mar
ket. The relief of the monev market, the ad
journment of the New York legislature and
tne proteased belief that the congressional
agitation against corporations nsd culmin
ated formed the basis for the attempt to
extend the speculative interest In stocks.
This attempt met with some renewed ob
stacles in the way of realising aales at the
recovered level of prices late In. the day and
the market closed rather easy.
Bonds were steadv. Total sales, par
value, tZ.S.IO.OOO. United State new 4s de.
Clined H per cent on rail.
The following was the range of prices on
the New York Stock exchange:
gain. Hlsh. Low. Clnaa.
n qm r.xprBS
Amalgamated r-opper ...
Amarlran CI. St P
American C. St F. pfd..
Amerlran Cottnn Oil
Am. Cotton Oil pfd
Amark-sn H. St U pfd...
Amerlran Ira. securities.
American Unaead OH...
Am. Unseed Oil pfd
American LocbinotlTe ;..
Am. Cocomottve pfd - inn 114
American a. St It.. ...,.',;. ll,oe tsau,
American 8. at R. pfd ina lis
American Sugar Refining. .. T.SO0 IS4
am. renacco pre. ctre,
Anaconda Mining Co
Atlantic Coast Line
Baltimore Si Ohio
Baltimore Ohio pfd....
Brooklyn Rapid Tranatt. ..
Central of New Jersey....
f heeapeake St Ohio v.
Chicago St Alton
Chicago Alton pfd
Chicago Oreat Waalers...
Chicago St Norf hwaftern. .
Chicago, Mil. & Ht. Paul
Chicago T. T
Chicago T. A T. pfd
C. C, C. A St. Loala....
Colorado Fuel A-Iron...,
folorado St Southern
Colorado Rn. let pfd... .
Colorado So. Jd pfd
torn Products pfd
Delaware St Hud .on
Delaware. U St W
Denver St Rio Grande
Denver St R. O. pfd
Erie let pfd
Kile id pfd
International Paper pfd...
International Pump pfd.,..
Iowa Central pfd
Kansas City Southern
Kanaaa Ctty Bo. pfd
Loulevllle St Naehvllle
Metropolitan Street Ry
Minneapolis St St. Loula..
M., St. P. A S. S. M
M., St. P. S. g. M. pfd..
Mleaouri, Kanaaa A Texas.
M.. K. ft T. pfd
National R. R. of M.
New fork Central... .
New York. O. W
Norfolk St Weatera
Norfolk ft W. pfd
P., C. C. ft St. Loula....
Pressed Steel Car
Pleased Steel Car pfd ...
Pullman Palace Car
Reading 1st pfd
Reading td pfd
Repnbllc Steal pfd..
Rork Island Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
St. Ixrala ft S. F. td pfd
Loula Southwestern. ..
St. Loula 8. W. pfd
So. Pacific pfd
So. Railway pfd.
lean C. ft I
Texas ft PariSr
Toledo, St. L A W
T . St. LAW. pfd
I nlon Pacific pfd
t'nlted states Express.....
lulled Statea Really......
tutted Statea Rubber
I'. 8. Rubber pfd
t'nited Statea Steel
t g Steal pfd
Va. -Carolina chemical ..
Ya. -Carolina Cham. pfd...
W abash pfd
Weelloghouea tlesAru: ...
Wheeling ft Lske Kris ...
Wlw-onstu Central pfd ...
ureal ptonnera pfd
Northern PadSc ...
Cexitral Leather ...
Ceatral Leather pfd
:i:f.4O0 IMS IMVj ins',
. 1,800 40Uj 3114 40
inn iatt ton, inn,
no lit, tit, aiH
11.404 . 14
?on 10114 io
WO KM', 101 01
144V 14a 144
t,Mr) 104 1074, 10'a
t.coo ito lets, i5s
4.104 t4i 1714
. l ine tot
. M.toe its
V4k4 10.'. 14
4,K IST14 114 137
I.1O0 iJ4 014 Tin
rs 77 Uj
404 304 tot
1.S00 41 '4 404
" SOS 171 "
in Vt iu4
4.100 14444 141
14.104 11514 U44 1U
400 444 411. 4341
104 1171, tJT14 til4
144.J04 H1H4 1114 Ul
1 700 I1IU hi 111
I.104 174 Itu 17 u.
" i H
IM. 104 141 14614 47"a
Je 44 . 44 . 41V4
104.404 41 u
l4 14 11
IX 14 tvl
t ana m
Total sale for the day, l.MO.loO share.
Karri a KtaaarUI.
LONDON. May -Rates for moner were
a shade easier today and discount wer
steady. Bills were taken mure freely new
that the Bank of Franc a 111 su reply fh
Ameriimn demand for gold. Trading on
tha Stock excluinge wa quiet. Dealera
were occupied with the adjustment of the
account. The ton waa firm, owing to Im
proved monetary situation and the fact
that th differences on the fortnight are
not aa large as anticipated. Consols hard
ened early in th dav,. but loat their Im
provement. Home rail received much at
tention. American opened ateadv under
th lead ot th coaler a and hardened to
over parity during th morning on th
bear coveting. In th afternoon price
were Irregular, weakened on New York ad
vice nd cloaed weak. 'ure igners generally
were luactlve. but dim. Museums cr n.
dined to wonken. olng to fears of pnli'l
cnl disturhnncra In Husl Japanree im
perial (e of I1 weie qiinted at 1"4.
lw Yark Money Market.
NEW YORK. May . MONKY On call,
ateady at I'HitH er cent: ruling rale, 4
pr cent: closing bid. i ik r cnt: offered.
' per cent. Time loans, easier: 00 dnvs,
H per cent: 90 tlsys. a'aftO1 per ctnt; 1
months. rVfl1! per cent.
PRIMK MKrtCANlILE PAPER-t',ti5
STF.RMNtJ KXCHANGE Strong at
M SRTfid HMO for demand end at 44.M7Wr
4 1K for -dsy bills; posted rates, tl L"ft
4 lwt; commercial hills, 14 Rli.
PILVKR Bar. 7c: Mexlcen dollsrs, 51c.
BONDS Oovernment, week; railroad,
Quotations on New York bonds today
were as follows:
l t. rer. ta, reg lotVt ..lapsn 4. m series
d eeupos ..,..1.. .lot
f. S. t. reg K3
do coupon .....lot
V. 8. eld 4a. re la)t
I' 8. n. ta. reg
Am. Tobacco 4a. .
do 4a .'
Atchlaon gen. 4s..
do ad. 4a.......
Atlantic C. I. 4a
Bal. ft Ohio 4s...
Brk R. T. c. 4 ,
Central sf Oa. 4a
do 1st Inc
do id lne......
do Id Inc
do 4a rtfs
do 4, a tr....
do Id aerlea
L. ft N. unl 4a.
..lojHiMan. c. f. 4a. ..
. -114 Max. Central 4..
. is .
. 1 '
do let Inc
rm ft St. L. 4a
M . K. ft T. 4s...
1 do ta
N, R. R. of M. c. 4s 1
V X l IU U
..10H N. J. C. g. 5s...
K'tlflo Pacific 4....
.. 17 f do Is
..liouj.s. ft W. e. 4s...
JO 8. L. rfdg. 4s
Pkea. A Ohio 44a..
ChK-ago ft A. la..
0 Penn. coav. IVfO e4T
tfuReedlng gen. 4s 100H
L ft I M. c. ta . Ill
L. ft 8. F. fg. 4a. i
C, B. A Q. n. 4a ... ) St. L. 8. W. c. 4a..
C, R. I. ft P. 4a.,... i74IHeahoard A. L. 4s..
do cel. rs a4 So. Parlflr 4e
CCC. ft St. I g. 4s. .101 , do 1st 4a rtrs
Colo. Ind. is. ser. A. 77 '4 So. Railway ta
da series B 1 774 Texas ft P. Is
Colorado Mid. 4s ..... T64 T.. St. L. ft W. 4a.
4u, Cnlon Paclfle 4s ...
.104', V. 8. Steel Jd Ml...
,1'Xi iWsbaeh la
t e4l do deb. B
.101 , 1 Western Md. 4s
. IW. ALE. 4s
Hocking Val. 4'it... 1071 Wis. Central 4s
Japan 4 41
Colo ft So. 4a
Co ha 6r
D. ft R. O. 4s
Erie p. I. 4s..
do gen. 4s
Boston Stocks aad Bonds.
P.O8TON. Mfy t.-Call loans. 5'fin per
cent: time loans, fiti per cent. Official
closing on stocks and bends:
Atchison ad). 4s
Mex. (-antral 4s....
Boston ft Albany...
Hoston ft Maine...
Boston Elevated ...
Mexican central ...
N. T.; N. H. ft II.
. . S.SJ
.' .174 ,
t'al. ft Hec)a..
Copper Rang- .
I nlon Pacific HTVOmnbv
Amer. Arge. Chem.... 14 lisle Rnvala ..
do pfd 44 I Mans. Mining
Amer. Pseu. Tube.... i Michigan
Amer. T. ft T,
Amer. Woolen ....
'Dominion 1. ft 8.
Edison Eleo. lllu..
Masa. Electric ....
tntted Shoe Mach.
I. 8. Steel
IU iMont. C ft C....
.....1.11 loid Dominion ...
tksloeceola '. ...
. lx Tamarack
. HVilTrlnlty ....
44 1 t'nlted Copper ..
,C. 8. Mining.
U. B. Oil...,
.. II twtnona ......
..104 ! Wolverine ...
., '. I.Nortb Butte
. . t
Rerr York Mining Stocka.
NEW YORK. May . Closing quotations
on mining stocks were:
Adams Con M Little Chief ..
Alice ZJl Ontario T
Brae, e 44 Ophlr ,
Brunswick Con 47 jhnoeotx
Comsteck Tunnel i: llot.nl
Con. Cal. A Va 104 Savags
Horn Sliver UMI Sierra Nevada
Iron Silter boo jbmail Hopes
Leadvllle Con 4 Iblandsr .....
OMAHA WHOLKAs, MARKET.
Coadltloa of Trad aad Quotations on
Staple and Kaacy Prodacc.
EOG8 Kec!pta. liberal; freali stock, case
1JVK POULTRf Hens. lOHftllc;
roosters, "7c; turkeys, lie; duck, lie
BUTTER Packing atock, 11c; choice to
fancy dairy, 16c; creamery,
HAY Price quoted by Omaha faed com
pany; No. 1 uplanu, t7: mediant, te.60;
coarse, to.OOa6.60. KJetiaw, 46.60.
BRAN Per ton. ti.Au.
TOMATOtS-Flortda per oat or 31 lbs.,
WAX BEANS-Pei' box of about SO lbs
pet, t4.60. . r .
8TKINO BEANS per . box of about U
lbs., net. $1. L. 1
, TURNIPS, ' BEETS AND , CARKOTS -Louisiana,
per dos. bunches. 46c
HEAD LETTUCE -r- Louisiana, pr bbl..
IT; per dox. heads. UX)0U1.2&.
LEAF LETTUCE Hothouse, per dos.
heads. 45c. '
' CUCUMBERS Hothouse, per doi.. O-WW
ONIONS Colorado, yellow and red. SV.0
per lb.; Spanisli, per crate, 1200.
MUSHROOMS-Hothouse, per lb., 60C0c
RADISHES Hothouse, per tioxv bunches.
DATES Per box of 10 1-1 b. pkgs. $:.00;
Hallowe'en, In 70-lb. boxes, per lb., ic; Bay
ers, per lb., 4c; walnut stuffed, l ib. pkgt
12.00 per dos.; ft-lh. boxes, tl-00; laffaa, all
sixes, f3.26; Mediterranean sweets. ti.i;
ORANGES California, extra fancy Red
land navels, all aires, 1X36; fancy nave.,
t3.2s: choice, all aisea, ti
LEMONS - Llmonlera, extra fancy. 'M
Size, 14; 300 to 360 Six, t4-25.
FIG8 California, per 10-lb. carton. 769
RSc; Imported Smyrna, three-crown, lie;
BANANAS Per medium sixed bunch,
tl.76w2 '.-6,- Jumbo. tZ WKuJ.OO.
TANGERINES Calif ornla, per box of
about 126. t3.00.
GRAPE FKUIT-Callfronla, per box. te-OI
PINEAPPLES-Slae Z4, 30 and M, tS; sis
PEARS Winter Nellla, (2.6a
APPLES California, Ben Davla, S3 per
bu. box; Wines ps, UM per bu. box; other
varistiea, t2.0OQ2.iO per bu. New York ap
ples, Baldwins and Ruaaeta, t per bbl.
GRAPES Imported Malaga. Umfl.bQ.
POTATOES Horn grown, per bu., 60
(Co; South Dakota, per bu., 776c
SWEET POTATOES-llllnola. per 11-pck
NAVY BEANS Pr bu.. tl.86; No. 2, I1.7S.
LIMA bxiANS Per lb., 6Vc
CABBAGE California. 3c per lb.; Wis
consin, In crates, per lb., SVic
CELERY Florida, tl.26 par dos.
No. 1 rib. 12c; No. 2 ribs. lOftc; No. t
rib, c; No. 1 loins, 15c: No. 2 loins, 12c:
No. 3 loins. 11c; No. 1 chucks. 5Vc; No. 1
chucks, 6W0; No. 3 chucks, 6c; No. 1 round,
tc; No. 2 round. 7Hc; No. 3 round, 7c; No. 1
plate, tViCi No, 2 plate, 3c; No. 3 plate, ZsC.
CIDER Per keg. 33.76; per bbl . M.76.
HONEY New, per 24 lb., tt.60.
CHEESE Swiss, new, lac; Wisconsin
brick. 16c; Wisconsin limberger, 16c; twins,
UWc; Young Americana, l&c
NUTS Walnut, No- 1 soft a hells, new
crop, per lb., 16Vtc; hard shells, per lb.,
iahu. Pecans, large, per lb., 14c; small,
per lb., 12c. Peanuta, per lb., Hc; roaaied,
per lb.. 8c Chili walnut, per lb., UUVkC
Almonds, soft shells, per lb., 17c; hard
hells, per IU.. 16c Cocoanuu, 34 per e&t'K
FRESH FISH Trout. He: halibut, !lcj
pickerel, dressed. 7c; whit baa, lie; tun
Ash, ec; perch, skinned and dresned, fee;
pike, fcolOc; redanapper. He; salmon, ltc;
crapplea. tc; eel, lac; black baa, t.o;
whitettah. li4(12o; frog legs, per dos., 66c;
lobster, green, 3tc; boiled lobsters. 42c;
..i M U 1 . l,.rr,n I,.' U r . . . h . . . . t .
erel, 16c; haddock, luui shrimp, 31 per gal.;
smelt. lc; coo, im, Bu1111ea.ua, uii caUiah,
lac: roe a had. 76c; flounders, llo.
OYSTERS Fresh standard, 3140 par gal.;
hell oyaiera, lin-uiw per tuu; L.itti 4Nock
clam. 3160 per luu.
SUGAR Granulated cane. In bbla, 36.03;
granulated cane, in sacks. 36.01; granu
lated beet, in sack. M il.
SYRUP In barrels, Zo per gal.; in cases,
( 10-lb. cans, 31.; caaes, U cans, .tu;
cases. 24 xVb-id. can, n so.
COFFEE Roasted; No. IS, &a par lb.;
No. 30, IsHto per lb.; No. 26. lao per lb.;
No. 20, HVo per lb. 2 No. 21. US40 per lb.
CURED FiaH Family whltetisli, per U
bbl., lt lb., 34 60; Norway mackerel per
bbl., 2u0 lbs., bloaters, tsu.ut): No. L 328.U0;
Nc 3. 300; No. 3. 3i0 00; lrtali. No. 1 ti4.Uu;
herring, in bbls., too lbs each; Norway, 4k.
tilOO; Norway, tk, tUOO; Holland, mixed,
lil.10; Holland herring. In kegs, tnilker.
tuc; kegs, mixed. 70c
CANNED GOODS Corn, standard west
ern. 66(ioc; Maine, 3116. Touistoea. 3-lb.
can, tl-tt-BleO; 1-lb.. rctfl OO. Pineapple,
grated. 3-Tb., 32.OMtf2.tO; si iced, ll.tvo-l iu.
Gallon apples, fan:y, (2 76, California apri
cot. tl4cJ00; ptars, (1 7Mj.6o; peachea.
fancy, .VQ 40; H. C. peaefiea, tlui-v-60.
Alaska salmon, red, tl IS. plak, toe; fancy
Chinook, J'., t! 10; fancy aockey. Jr., tl ko;
aidine. oil. 32 6u; mustard, tiiud
i 10. Sweet potato, tl lifll S; sauerkraut,
tl u); pumpkins, kuciti tl Ou; wax beans. 3-ib,
7w;-aV: lima U-ans. 1-lb., TicAtl.tO; spiuach
tl 3tetOO; cheap pea. 3-lb., Iwc; extra, lint
; fancy, tlS17.
HIDES. PELTS AND TALLOW N. 1
green hide, tc : No. J. tc; No. 1 aajtad. Ho:
No. 2. luc; bull hides, 74,tj1kc; dry bide
l.-'tfCOc Hon hldoa. laras, H: small. U.
Btiaep pelt, each, 60-fci.i. Tallow. Nc L
tc; N. 4 3c; rough, l)
0MA11A LIVE STOCK MARKET
In Spit of Levrtre Receipt Cattle Eell
HOGS SELLING IN YESTERDAY'S NOTCHES
Sbora kee aad Lamb Free Holler
4 Steeds- Prieeo Wooled Stock
.ot ta flood tleaaaad
8OUTH OMAHA, May , 1908.
Receipts were: Came, tiogs. Sneee.
OlnciHl Monday 4.d 4.a0 li,u4
Olhcial luesddy 6,as4 p.sio sxlMf
onicial Wednesuay o.tu S,wu .M
Three days this week. .15.166 2S,4tiO .14
Same days last ween 1 . 1,I4 16,
Stime two weens ago lo.evU M.tnl 1.ii
Mnm three wceas ago...ll.t7 A.4.1 ,.!
Same lour weeas aso lt. .fl 2fc,lo
Same days last Jeer. . . .Iv.Jwl 21, lit l,6a
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DA1K.
Tne following table snow tn receipts of
came, nogs ai.d sheep at Bouln umai.a for
tne year to uaie. compared Witn last year:
11. 11M. im
Cattle H44.M1 2ti..i 6.4
Hogs sVi,! Ml. o.O llNO.Oi
Sheep Sil.UiU kMH o,uU
RANGE OF PRICKS.
Omaha t-. Jxtiu 16 fis-uo.wi
c nicao i.ewsi.u
rvanaaa City z.tsruv.l! k.lOM.at
St. lxtuis l.ttiueXotl b.iau-4o
BIOUX City .BlMUO.eV .Utf.a
CAT! I.E QUOTAllONS.
The folluwmg will snow tn price paid
for the oitterent kinds of caUie on cue
cjoutn uniana market:
uowi to cno ice corn-ied ateer tS.OOlpS.bo
1-alr to choice corn-ted steers .iuetaj
common to talr corn-tea steers.... 4.w.it
Good to cnolce cuws und heifer.. .ov4.o
fair to good cows anu neiier e.4i4.tsj
Common to fair cows and neiters.. U.Ocku3.00
Good to choice stocker and feeder 4.0o)6.00
Fair to good stocker snd feeder, geoat.ot
Common to fair Blockers 3 Woo id
bulls, stags, etc 2.6Xnfa.7t
Veal calves 3.00S&6.7S
The following table shows the aveiage
price of nogs at Soutn umana tor in last
several aus, witn comparisons;
Date. I UOt. 1J06.1904.1IM). 1802. lSWl.ilS0O.
Apt II i.
.1 ( 4
I tl 27
I 4 16 I
I U (
t ui 7 ;u
4 aWI 7 U
4 kl 7 Ul
4 W I M
I 7 0t,
4 76 I tie,
4 76 6 tt
4 i Mi
4 U M
4 371 8 b
4 65 I
4 6f t 75
4 M 4 I2
4 OH) b
4 u ( 63,
4 8 Oil
k 4 43
V I W
6 -i s J4
I 72 6 34
s M 3 23
6 64 3 2
6 U, 6 It
72 3 11
6 4 6 24
I 1 .1
6 70, t
6 4 6 11
IM, 6 U
YE3TERDAY 8 SHIPMENTS
The followln shows the number o
of atockera anu feeders shipped to the
try anu their points or destination:
John Flnerman. Denlson, la. I. C. ..
J. O. Convers. Eastervllie, la. I. C.
t". Convers, lerrtil, la. 1. C
W. E. Arnold, Klrkman, la. G. W..
Johnson or c, Ames, Neb. U. P...
A. C. Molt. Johnstown. Neb. F. E..
Joe Woerin, ilasttngs, la. Q
t nomas cockrein, Earlham, ta. tt. .
II. Bolls. Scribner. Neb.-F. E
John Briscc Tekamah. Neb. M. 6z O
Tne official number of cars of
brought In today by each road was:
Value, nogs, nncrp. n mvm
C, M. & St. P 4
Missouri 1'acllic '3
U. P. System 64
C. et N. V., east 6
C. ; N. W., West 1
C. St. P.. M. et O.... 46
C, M. J , vast
C, H. ek M.. west 40
C. n. 1. a: f., cal..
C H. I. at P.. wst.. 1
Chicago Gl. , Western ..
Total receipts &l
Th disDosuion of tn day receipts wm
a follows. ecn buyer purcnasing in num
ber of head inulcaleu
1 .. 1
iti IS 1
.V i 3
U4 35 IS
Omaha Packing Co..
Swift and Company.
Cuduhy 1'ackin Co l.i'M
Armour At Co l.loo
Vansant & Co 17
Carey at Benton lln
Lobman At Co t
W. I. Stephen 1
Hill & Son t
Hamilton at Rothschild.. 7
J. B. Root & Co lo2
Other buyers i6
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
7 2.19s 1.1W
Totals 5,628 8.65t 7,436
CATTLE Another day of large receipts
following ihe big run of yealeraay, togetner
with the fact tnal first advices from Chi
cago, Indicated not only large recelpta down
there, but a lower market, made things
look bad at this point for sellers. It turned
out, however, that th demand waa better
than anticipated and the market. Instead
of tx-ing slow and lower, aa a good many
anticipated, wa really very satisfactory.
Beef steers wece in very large supply this
morning, th bulk of th offar.nga consisting
of that kind or cattle. Moreover tn qual
ity wa very good, there being a large num
ber of very weil-flniahed loada lu sight,
which naturally makea tna sale ahow up
exceedingly well on paper. Whether it waa
the good quality of the cattle or some other
causa buyer all seemed to have liberal
order in hand and when they one got
started the market wa very nearly steady
with yesterday. As might be expected bids
were some lower In spots, but th general
market waa not enougu different o far aa
prices were concerned to admit of any
change In quotations. All the desirable
cattle sold freely, the big bulk changing
hands In reasonable aeaaon in the morning.
As high aa t o6 waa paid for the beat on
sale, which ia tne highest price paid on this
market this year.
While there waa a liberal sprinkling of
rows and fielfers ther wss no great number
on sal and the market wa generally
steady with yesterday.
Blockers and feeders were a little lower
yesterday, but there was - no material
No. A. Pr. N. A. Ft.
I 414 4 44 44 110 4 44
It 1104 4 44 1204 4 44
t 414 4 17 1141 4 44
4 104 4 14 14 126 4 44
14 M lli U lt0 4 4
It 44 4 44 41 101 4 H
II Ill IH 44 14 I 44
44 144 4 40 11 144 4 44
14 100 4 44 44 114 4 44
43 M IU 40 Ull t 4
4 42 4 44 44 llilf t 44
14 1144 4 44 44. v 114 I 44
t 1114 4 44 !..... 104 144
It 1"4 4 W r$ ln t 4
tt 11 4 40 It 174 t 44
II 114 4 4 IK t 44
14 104 4 14 It 1044 4 l
It 1191 4 T II 114 I 4
1 1140 4 14 t 1M4 t 44
14 1141 4 14 1 1441 t 44
11 101 4 14 tl U4 t 14
11 7M 4 70 11 144 I 14
1 1M4 4 11 lso IH
M 114 4 44 It 144 t 14
14 1144 4 4 11 1UI I 14
44 114 4 74 11 1U4 t It
1 1011 4 It 34 1144 14
14 ..I') 4 If 4 Kit I 44
1 1240 4 It 14 IsJt t 44
4 114 4 II 1 1144 I
Tl 1141 4 4 tt in t It
II 1114 4 44 24 144 t ts
4 104 4 44 I Ue I M
I tot I 14 t 1411 t 11
t M IN K1 III
1 44 I 14 1 1144 t 4
1 44 I 41 t. 1 t 44
I nt IN 1 114 I 44
1 4e4 I 44 4 141 t IS
1 M IM t in I 4
1 44 1 44 1 lu4 t 44
1 114 I 4 1 1044 I 4
1 I I 44 1 11M I 44
1 as I 0 4 41 t 44
1 44 t 44 t 114 4 4
t 11 t 14 4 lost 4 44
t 1104 t 2 ' t 1171 4 4
4 424 t I ISM 4 14
t lvl I an 1 114 4 14
1 1 M II 104 4 U
1 104 t M t 44 4 14
1 1414 t 4 4 111 4 44
4 474 I 1 I IU 4 4
1 104 I Tl 1 lie 4 4
t 40 I 74 14 UU t 44
t 44 t 4W 44 71 I 4
I W IN . 44 4 44
4 - 44 t 44 1 14 4 44
II 41 I 44 11 404 4 II
I lee I 4 t Ii 4 u
t M IN tt 44 4 44
1 14 I 44 1 4.4 4 4
t 46 t 4 14... Ha 4 44
1 IU I 4 1 , in 1 14
1 IM I It 1 II II
1 IT It
I no 1 m
1 14 I 44
I ISM t 44
I 1ST I 4
I FW I 4
I tree t
I ,..141 t 4
t 110 t 44
I H 1 I
I list I 44
I 4S IS
t I1M I 44
I..... 44 t
I t.v 14
I ISO 44
I t; t m
I II t
1 1 tt 4
I ?4 4 4l
I. I IH
t 110 It
1 104 1 44 1 Ii I I
I IH IX 1 IM I I
1 44 I 04 t 120 I II
1 140 I 44 1 17 in
STOCKKR8 AND FKKDERS
1 10 I M 1 74 I M
I Ill t 44 1 M III
17 114 4 41 4 4S
4 I" 4 04 1...V 1 4
1 71 I 44 1 40 4 I
14 417 4 14 24 44 4 t
1 M III 1 44 I 4
1 44 4 II 14 0 IM
COWS AND HEIFERS.
n 111 4 11
1 144 I 44 I 1114 4 at
HOG8 The advance cord yesterday was
fairly well maintained today, the hogs soil
ing In about the earn notches as yesterday.
At the opening, however, packers were a
little inclined to be bearish, (heir ftnit bid
being a little easier and possibly they se
cured a few hogs that way, but th general
run was steady. In other words the hogs
sold largely at ts.10 today, the earn s yes
terday. There we also a sprinkling of bet
ter loads at t 22ty. with the top at 34. S.
Some of the less desirable sold under 3 20,
While th market opened rther slow ow
Ing tn th feci that packers started nut
bidding lower the trade was active when
once under way and all the hogs were sold
bv 10 o'clock in th morning.
No A. h. Pr. No. At. th. Pr.
1 44 4 I 40 I 4ft: ... 4 t
1 40 14 I 40 44 Ill ... I tt
I. M ... t tt II T-1 S IN
I ISO M I 44 tt til t0 4 M
1 II 44 I 44 44 141 144 I 14
1 114 ... I 74 14 174 44 I 14
1 404 HIT 74 t04 ... 4 N
lf 177 ... tO) 71 t3 ... It
10 144 IN I M 71 Ill 44 I M
12 tat Mil 41 10 ... 1 to
73 441 ... IN II Il IN
44 14 N I 20 74 17 ... I to
I Ill ... IN 41. .1 N IK
M 114 40 I N N TM ... IN
44 IN ... 4 N 7 4 ... 4 to
74 IN ... I N 74 147 4 I W
II 144 14 I N 14 1.4 IN IH
74 141 ... I N 77 IN IN N
41. ...... .114 IM I N 71 7?7 M IN
II .241 ... I N W 174 120 I to
14 .IN 40 4 20 B 217 ... I to
40 174 40 4 14 74 Ill N I 10
21 IN ... IN N ...141 4 f
44 til ... 4 10 17 114 too I N
74 147 ... IN N t NIN
71 ttt IN I N 17 Nl HO I N
74 241 too I 10 II Ill IN N
4... IN IN I N 71 Ml 140 4 N
77 NA ... I 14 M 247 40 I tn
Kl IN ... I N 17 Ill 40 I N
It... IN WIN t HI ... 4 20
71... ttt 140 4 N CI. 14 N I IXUj
II 214 ... IN It tS N I 22
N Ill ... IN II 211 ... I I44
71 147 130 I N 70 T7! ... I IU
14 til M t 10 0 47 ... 4 tl
It 11 14 I N II Nl IN I III
74 IK 40 I 20 17 IM 124 I 2!
74 227 120 I 20 SI S4I ... 221
72 147 N I N 1 Nl ... I 23V4
N Ill N I N II Ill e I 21
71 127 41 I N 72 Ill ... I ZIV
II IU M IH 71 21 ... I 1'4
71 144 ... IN 44 341 10 4 US
77 2M WIN . II Tn ... I tlVt
14 134 ... It 74 Nl N I tit,
17 IM ... I N 71 14.1 ... I 11'.
M 21 ... I N 74 1J ... I 2! -4
4 2M ... IN 41 171 ... I tl4
T Ml 44 IN 41 242 ... I
71 117 304 I N tt IN ... I 21
77 244 N 4 20 17... 2N ... I 21 '
71 21! N I N 27 ... I H
SHEEP Tha sheep market wa In very
satisfactory condition this morning as re
gards the desirable kinds of clipped sheep
and lambs. Values aa rule were Just
about steady with yesterday on anything
answering to the above description. Good
shorn lambs sold at 34.26. the same as yes-
tcrtisy. witn tne shorn wetnere which sold
at 3S.t5 yesterday, bringing 13.70 today.
Shorn ewe sold up as high aa 3S.26. but
they were not as ood aualltv as those
which were bringing the same price a few
daya ago. Some of th less desirable kinds
were not such free sellers and were Inclined
to drag a little, but practically everything
wa aiHpoeca or in very tair season in tha
There seem a time every snrin when
wooled sheen and lamb cease to be in
such good demand , and when buyers of a
sucitien seem 10 preter snout stun. That
time seem to have . arrived, as wooled
lambs, which wer o much sought after,
hve ceased to attract the attention and
are much harder to dispose of than shorn
lamo. mere wer several loada of wooled
lamb on sale this morning, but they were
left until the last and holders found it hard
work moving them. Shippers will also not
that shorn lamb cloaed lower at Chicago
Quotations: Good to chole western
lambs, 7.0097.1i: fair to good lambs,
M.60&7.00; cull iambs, 14 &Jrt 4.00; good
to choice yearling, 3.00$.76; fair to
good yearlings, t6.739l.00: good to choice
wethers, t4.w4.7i; kood to choice ewes,
lt.T604.S6; fair to good ewes. 36.00O6.7t;
cull sheep and bucks. t.CSj6.00.
Shorn sheep and lambs are bringing
price genet ally 75ol.S. iess than
No. Av. Pr.
11 western cull ewes t3 1 76
114 western feeder ewes 76 2 a
: goat 74 3 a
162 western ewes 81 3 76
166 western ewes 86 4 83
112 western lambs 6 4 90
10 western culls 71 I 00
4i6 Mexican feeder lambs 72 I 66
181 Mexican lambs W 3 76
670 western clipped lamb ot t M
1 western wether 110 4 26
till western clipped lamb 82 (26
667 Mexican lambs 44 (30
3 Colorado lambs 70 (60
6 western lamb 7t 1 00
2M Colorado lamb , 74 7 23
23 western cull 68 00
217 western wether, clipped 88 6 70
387 western wether, clipped .... ft 6 70
20 cull, broken fleeced I' t 76
206 clipped lambs 47 (76
20 western lamb feeders 73 (00
216 clipped lamb (g ( 6
471 western larnbs 84 (26
423 western lamb HH (36
1 western wether 230 (60
303 western lamb 71 (to
44 western lamb feeder 72 (26
CHICAGO LIVB STOCK MARKET
CattI Tea Coat Lower Roc Fir
CHICAOA Mar . CATTLE Receipts,
22.000 head: 10c lower; common to prim
steers M(-4tt; cows, Sl.t64f4.(9; heifers,
t2.7M(.J6; bulls, S3. &Uf4 26; calve. 32.7643.00;
Blockers and feeders, 32.7646.10.
HOGS Receipt, 22,000 head; la higher;
choice to prime heavy, 36.t64t.I0; medium
to good heavy, H I" 46; butcher weights.
l.4ATj.47H; good to choice heavy mixed,
41?42H; packing. ISotj 42V4.
SHEEP AND LA M B8 HeceIpt . 22.000
head; market ateady; sheep, t4.7Bffit.S6;
yearllngs, ,.40t36.tO; lambs, 5 KJT7.6I.
Kansas City Lie Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY. May I. CATTLE Re
ceipt. 4.600 head. Including 700 southern;
market, weak to 10c lower; choice export
and dressed beef steers, 36.4Xb6.00; fair to
food, t4.364jt.16; weatem fed steers, 33.769
36: Blockers and feeder. tJ.00ji4.T6: south.
ern steers, t3.76tt6.26; southern cows, 12. to
a: native cows, uvienu; native nelrers,
13 6(fe 26: bulls. 33.0O84 26; calve. SlOWiJrt 0.
HOUS-Receipts, ij,) head; market,
ateady to strong; ton, 34 36; bulk ot sales,
fv2ii.30; heavy. M.30y.36: packer, o.2u
I.82W: nl and liahta. I4.7KS4 2.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. (.200
neaa; mersei. strong ana active; lamb.
t6.2Mt7.40; sheep and yearlings, S4.ttrr4 to;
western fed yearlings, t6.t64jus.6O: western
fed cows, I-I.60b.24; Blockers and feeders
S.0O5.Ot . .
k Iw Sight.
Receipt of live stork at the aig principal
western market yesterday:
Cattle, Hog. Sheep.
South Omaha 3 too t i
Sioux Ctty 1.100 3.100
Kansas City 1.600 11. ton (,
St. Joseph 3.162 4.261 2.020
St. Lauls l OuO 7 Cast 1 hsi
Chicago 3.0X) 21. ot) 30.000
.41.362 6366 StVJK
stesdy: fllgs and lights, ts V1S4 : packers.
h. ; mit. iirr and best heavy.
ttrl EF.l AND LAMPS -Receipt, 5,Mi
heso; n.arket. .. a i ; na I e mu ton-, tt 0.1 1
.(; lambs, ..!, tn; uli ann buck. ..ii
tjt.tiO; stniker. 4. itf4i
ROSTON. My f.-WOOl The small sup-
ply irf stock availab.e and a cuuaiuerao.c
number of cancellations reported, aa re
ceived by leaning manufacturers, are to
sponsible In great part for an unusually
ttuet wool market. There la little buying
In the west, pulled wools are quiet and
firm. A supers pars at t.'c and whit bs
at 66c. tirainary Ha run as low es tc.
Terrltorte ai without inters!. Forelan
grades are firm, leading quotations loi
low: Ohio and Pennsylvania XX and above.
S4tf:c: x. :'itfxtc; No. 1. 8jc: No. 2. SH
nr; fine unwashed. tMitec; quarter-blood
unwashed. StlS-'V; three-eighth blond, 34
u.tMe; naif blood. XVMti; unwashed de
laine, rStjzfcc; fine washed delaine, 8tn.T.'c.
Michigan fine, unwashed. 14Vc; quarter
biood. utiwasnt-d. fflQXr; three-eighths blood,
JtiMc; half blood, mttXc; unwashed de
laine. 27a 28c. Kentucky, Indiana, etc.,
three-eighths and quarter blood, 8rtlJ4c. Ter
ritory and Idaho fine, y?J2e; heavy fine, it
Gave; fine medium. 2Vflc; medium, fkif?ic;
low medium, ltr.'ic; Wyoming fine, iltfJVe;
heavy fine, liii0c: fine medium, ttfjAV;
medium,' 3WJ27e; low medium. 2M:?7e; t'taii
and Nevada fine, ;?J!c; heavy fine, l!lj
Vc: fine medium. 22trj'23e; medium, t4727e;
low medium. lv?7c. Dakota fine, 22it-tc;
fine medium, JiJ3c; medium, 274yfe; low
medium, 21) 27c. Montana fine, chok-e, M
Q'&a; flne average. jSt-c: fine medium,
choice, ?r27c; average. 2sa4c; staple, 27
28c; medium choice. Z70'-'c; average, 2M
t ettoa Market.
NEW YORK. May t. COTTON Spot
closed quiet, it point higher; middling
upland. ll.6c; middling gulf, li.toc;
LIVERPOOL. May . COTTON Spot
quiet; price I point lower: Amerlca-i
middling fair, (.t'd: good middling, (.lid;
middling, (.lid; low middling, l.lxd; good
ordlnarv, 6.77d: ordinary, l.67d. The
ale of the (lay wer 8,000 ha lee, of
which 600 bales were for speculation and
export and Included 7.400 bales American.
Receipts, 21,000 bales. Including 13,400
8T. LOIUrt, Mo., May . COTTON
steady; middling. ll4c; sales, 84 bales;
receipts, 104 balea; shipments, 63 bales;
Stock, 33,446 hales.
NEW ORLEANS, 1.. Mar . COTTON
Spot cloaed firm; ealea, 1,376 bale; ordl
narv, 8Sc: good ordinary, tlt-Kr; low
middling, 104c; middling, ll4r; good
middling. 11V; middling fair, liUe. Re
ceipts, MM bales; stock. 1(1,44? bale.
. a star and Molasses.
NEW YORK. May . SUGAR Raw,
firm; fair refining. 2T4J2 16-lc ; centrifugal.
t test, 3 IX-82(Ve; molasses sugar. 2$-311-ltc:
refined, ateady: No. 1 4.10o: No. I.
4.06c: No. 3, 4c; No. 8, S.S5c; No. 10, S t"V; No.
11. i 860; No. It. 3.80c; Na 13. 3.76c: No
14. t.76c; oonfectleners A. 4.44e; mould A,
4 t6c; cut loaf. 6.8O0; crushed. 6.30c; pow
dered, 4.70c; granulated, 4.40o; eholct,
NEW ORLEANS. May I. SUOAR
Quiet but ateady; open kettle centrifugal,
3rS7-le; centrifugal white. !t4c;
yellows. IS9t4c; seconds, 2 V I '4 c.
MOLASSES Nominal; open kettle, l.ff
30c; centrifugal, 7V 20c.
SYRUP Nominal; 26fl0c.
Usls Cloalac Stock.
LONDON. May I. Closing quotations on
the Stock exchange were:
81. Jaeh Live (lack Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. May .-CATTLK-Re.
eetpta. 2.162 head: market, steady; natives,
S4.0ue4.8o; stocker and feeder. 3J.0tff4 6O,
cows and heifers, tl.764p4.60.
HOGS Receipts, 4.W head; market. H0
higher; light. ti.lTw4.tr; medium and
heavy. U.JM4 26.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 203
neaa; maraet, weaa; la in oa, it.su.
long Ctty Live (lock Market.
SIOUX CITY. Ia.. Mar (.-fSpactal Tel.
gram. CATTLE Receipts, 1.10 bead; mar
ket weak; Meeker steady; beeves. 14 toft
s.av; cows, vuus ann mixen, I sB4 40;
Blockers and feeders, (t.tu4.4t; calve atid
yearling 34. 4o4. 40.
HOJel Receipts, 3. Out head: market Sit
lower, selling at tlotatfwiS): bulk ef sale.
gt. Loala Uti Stank Mark.
ST. LOUIS. May 8 CATTLE Reclnls
lout head, Including 1,309 Texana; market,
steady; nattv ehipujng and export ateer.
fl sfvnt.OO; dreewed if.t and butcher steer.
il7uo-26: Steers under l.OuO loa.. ilaiula.Su'
tocker and fevders. tlou: eowa and
nviivis, si.wut.wi 1-annnTi, 41 00432.40; Dull,
tt Utea400; csJves. 14 (., &u: Texas and In.
diaa steers, 3a.0oti4.l6. cow and heifer.
Hoas-Reteipts. T.ou head; market
M. Y. Cantrsl...
.lOk pennsrlTsota ..
IIIV4 Han Mines
Baltimore A- Ohio..
Canaotaa Pactlr 14
t'heaapeas Okie... 144
Chlcaso Ot. W to
C. St. St St. r 1734
I la Beers 114
n. a 8. a it
4o tl N4
Krla .t 44
40 tat sf - TW
ae M pfl flit
Illinois rostral 174
Louisville St Kaak....l4l 4
tt.. K. A T Cll
SILVER Bar, steady, Sid per ounce.
MONEY 3034 per cent.
The rate of discount In th open market
for short bills Is 8'4!H per cent; for three
months' bills, 374.414 per cent.
4e let oft......
I 40 td pfl
Son thorn Railway
In lon Paclso ....
U. . Steal 414
do pfl liot
4 pfl 44
Spanish Is N
OMAHA. May 3. Bank clearing for to
day were 11.663. 406.31 and for th correspond
ing date wat year tl, iJS.ua. w.
REAL ESTATB TRAKSFaEItS.
Angus C. Van Camp to John D. C
ituscn, lot 7, ' bloc; I, cottage
Park I 1
American Fire Insurance Co. to
August Beermsnn, lot iZ, Fearotf
National Insurance Co. to K. O. Mc-
Gllton. lot 4. block 110. Omaha.. 11.600
J. L. Brown and wife to Othello
Beesley. nH lot 37, block 3, Arm
stronars 1st add 26
John D. Hogan and wife to P. M.
samueison, lot I ana 4. Benson
4 Johnson' 1,069
Ellsa Shelley to C. N. W. Ry. Co.,
oart lot 2. block 63. Omaha 1.769
Chnatlan Jenaen and wife to same,
lot g, block ts, omaha 7,000
Sophia Warner et al. to same, part
lot 4. block 23. Omaha 1.000
C. W. U. Baker to W. J. Court-
Wright, lot 4. block 364, Omaha. . 11,100
E. K. Balch and wife to C N. W.
Ry. Co.. lot (. block 864. Omaha. . 7,34
Anton Gaantner to W. B. Smith,
part lots 3 and 7, block 7, Omaha 13,(69
Thomas Swift and wife to same,
lot t, block 7. Omaha U,00
Nels Lyon and wife to C. N. W.
Ry., tract lot 4, block 24, Omaha 3,00it
Ellsa Callahan to same, lot I, block
314, Omaha 14,309
O. H. Hill to same, part lot U block
tl, Omaha 1,909
Joseph Schllts Brewing Co. to
ame, lot T, block 23, Omaha.... 13,009
Katharine Urlau and huaband to
W. J. Courtrlght, lot 4, block 164,
Omaha 1 1
Edward Coyle and wife to B. B.
Balch, lot (. block 364, Omaha.. 7,t0J
E. R- Hume and wife to Louisa H.
Alqulst, lot 17, block 1, Stevens
p. Handschuh and wife to 0. Bevt
age, lot 3, block 1, Andrews at
Omaha Safe Deposit A Trust Co.
to Mary Brandes, part lota T and
3. block 7. Forest Hill T.000
Hastings 4V. Heyden to Fred Zeeck,
lot 7, block 10, Summit add.... 1,700
Claud Camblln to Jacob Kstelman,
tract lot 4, Johnson's add...... 1,009
The John A. Crelghton Peal Estat
tt Trust Co. to C K. W. Ry. Co.,
lot 1, 3 and 3. block t(, Omaha 19,901
Heirs of Crelghton Estate to same,
lota 6, (. 7 and s. block It,
W. J. CoortwrlgHt et al to Mm.
lot 4, block 364. Omaha.. IMOO
Adolph Newman and wife to tun, .
nVs lot 4, blo-k 40. Omaha...... 0.900
Elisabeth W. Wright snd husband
to ssme, w lot I, block . 1,
Omaha 1. 339
George W. Smith to sam. lot 4,
block St. Omaha 11.199
John Ecklson end wife to C. C.
Williams, lot 13. block 1. Halcyon
J. A. Howard and wlf to Fred,
A. Bailey, lot 24, block 14. Roo
John W. McDonald to I. A. How
Benson Land Co. to same, lot 19,
block 7. Benson 199
William H. Russell and wlf to
Peter H. Sturek. n lot 3. block
86, South Omen 109
L. A. Poulaon and husband to H.
P. Ryder, lot 16, Burr Oak 1.099
William Bodeman and wlf to O. B.
Lasbury. lots I aad 9, Glenwood
Georg D. Rio nd wife to same,
lots 8 snd 4. Olanwood Height.. 109
E. W. Pendleton and wlf to O.
M. Drew, part lot 1. block 14.
Clifton Hill I
Michael Ooggln and wlf to Pheb
E. Safford. lot 3. block 3. Shull 1.109
Sarah J.. Russell to William H.
Russell, lot 23. block 3. Baker
Plaoe : 399
We act as fiscal Ajent of
Municipalities and CcrpcriUons.
We purchase and sell Invest
A. D. LEACII & CO.
FARSON, LEACH 2t CO.
KEW VORK CISCaCSO
BOSTON v rUlL-UDELTUlA
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