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TTTFi omati.y daily hef,: tittrspav, may
''a.C aurpi an lUpcU of T'ou
WHEAT' tPTIONS ADVANCE ONE CENT
Rapid tpwnrd oTfmil Rear Close
ad All Oralaa Higher on Infn
Torahle Weatker, with
Kv, bu li.V
. , bu 72,Wi 17.9C10
L Use Proilnr exchange today ths but
t. t i hxket waa lit ''It; creameries,
4V : !. ISCi'Oc. Eggs, Arm: at mark,
!"-luded, lfVuliVc; firsts. 16c; prim
ti:ij. It Cheese, steady; Hpbc.
BW YORK ORMCRAIi MARKRT
Quotations of the) Day ea Varlona
NEW TORK. May 1. FLOUR Re
ceipts. H.Sifl bbls.; exports, 14.113 bbl.;
market Arm but quiet; Minnesota rat
xiii. I4.2vi4.60; Minnesota bakers, 63.4Otr3.70;
winter patents, 33.60$ 3.90; winter
straights, 11.406 2 KB; winter extros, $
6 3.00; winter, low grades, 82 701? 1 80.
Rys flour, firm; fair to gsod 8643.10;
choice to fancy, ia.86ei.15. .
CORNMEAL Firm; fin white and yel
low; $1.20; coarae, (1.101.12; kiln dried.
WHEAT Receipts, 38,000 bu ; exports.
B7.M9 bu. ; spot market strong; No. 2 red,
OMAHA, May 1, 1WJ.
The market opened higher on reports of
froeiy weather In the southwest and pi Ices
were uniformly harder. May wneat ad-
r '"'.1 ;;r,"r,,V.,rt TJ . s4io. elevstor: No. 1 red. 80c, f. o. b. afloat;
was In goo.i demand. The buying was ol No. 1 northern. Duluth, 7o, opening navl
good character, although transactions and ration, f. o. b. afloat; No. I hard, winter,
receipts were both of light volume. Jo. opening navigation, f. o. b. afloat.
't.auiea were steadier in wheat, although I There was a strong recovery In wheat
the clone was weaker. Northeast receipt I today, dua to killing frosts In tha north
were moderate and the May delivery was I west and a very bullish snow report. After
of small volume. Killing frosia In soma i a small noon reaction tha market turned
sections of KiUinas caueu early strength In ! strong again on export- sales and closed
the Wheat pit and a later e'.rengllientng .
factor M the estlmat of b. F. Snow ,
that the wheat crop would be 10.!,0uo,uou j
bushels smaller than that Of laat year.
There was good demand by commission !
hnusea and better ln.iuiry for cash wheal.
May wheat advanced o from a strong
opening at 7-Vtc, bid, and other options
advanced c on good buying, with the
opening In rleptember wheat at He higher.
The close was strong and prices advanced
sharply, a gain of 1VC being made In May
and Juiy option
lVo-Vc net higher. May, W'S'Slc, closed
lc; July, KVacilHo, closed 1V; Septem
ber, 'H'iiOc, closed 9ac ; December, 93H9
Wc, closed B4C
CORN Recelpte, 183,426 bu.; export.
69,846 bu.; spot market steady; Nq. 2, 60Ho
' elevator and 67V4o t. o. b. afloat; No. it
white, 68o and No. t yellow, 67Vc, f. o. b.
afloat. Option market was without trans
actions, closing net unchanged. May
closed 60c; Juiy, olosed Mo; September,
OATS Receipts, 141,000 bu.j spot market
Trade waa light In corn, with a bearish nrm; mned oats, X to II pounds, 47Vo;
tendency In evldenoe, although prices
war firmer. May corn advanced Ho a ail
the cloas was vary strong.
Oats opened higher With good demand
for the July options by commission houses.
There was soma short buying in May oats,
but the demand for Heptember options was
not strong. Freezing temperatures caused
a bullish tendency and tile close was
Primary wheat receipts were 601.000
bushels and shipments 736.000 bushels,
against receipts last year of 2W.000 bushels
and shipments of 194.000 bushela. Corn re
ceipts were 890,000 bushels and shipments
174.000 bushels, against receipts of 654.CX0
bushels and shipments of 675.000 bushels
Clearances were S9S.000 bushels corn,
none of oata, and wheat and flour equal to
ft Liverpool closed Hd higher on wheat and
enchanged to 4d lower on corn.
Artlcles.l Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close. ITes'y.
May... 72HB 74B 7ZHR 74R TZK
July... 7fiV4B 7HH 7Ma,H 7HB 761A
Sept... T7HB 7SV.B 77HB 78VB 77A
May... 4f4B 4S4B 4S,H 4T,B 4FVtA
; July.. 44HB 4MB 44B 46,B 44A
ftept... 44B 44 B 44B 44B 44A
Oats I I 1 1
May... I ,BI HB 41(,B B tA
July...! 410 B 41HR S 41HA
Bept..( UB 361) 3474B 86 li lt'A
be; No. s hard,
A asked. B bid.
Omaha Cask Prices
WHEAT No. i hard, TltTc ; K
Wil"c; no. 4 hard, tKKtjiHc
CORN No. , 44JJ-44HC;- No. 4, 4243c: no
srale. '.'o40p; No. S yellow, 4Iyi!'461c; lio. t
OATS No. i mixed, JiiVw-fc; No. I white,
1 JUt-Nix t &c; No. 8. 60c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
CHICAGO GRAIN AU IMtOVISIOMS
Fcatnrea of the Tradlns; and Closlnic
Prices on Board of Trad.
CHICAGO, May 1. Reports of freesing
weather In the wnt and southwest caused
an advance today of more than 2c In the
, prtoe of July wheat, which closed 2.jjf24c,
higher. Corn Is up a7c. and oats i.M
1V P.TMs.ons wre i",,10o hlphor.
The m rkt opened nt ra and i'iund ' In
strength a trading prKresd. There n
-.in ur. t demnnd all day, comml"iin
tiouaes 1. 'id Hhorts loaillng In the nuylng
In adilt.lon to the nld weather ' reports
which came from all -?tlona of the .vmtnr
wheat beK It was claimed that ti green
' bug had survived the cold weather In bet
ter shape titan had the wheat crop and la
still active. Another source of strength
was the statement made by a local expert
In which he estimated the total winter
wheat crop as about loO.OOO.OOO bushels less
than thut of last year. The beat part of
the Belling came from longs, who had
profits In sight. The market closed strong
and at the highest point, deliveries on
May contracts were nearly 4,0(0,000 bushels,
which was more than had been generally
eapectod. The grain, however, was taken
largely by influential houses, which fact
operated to prevent the enormous deliv
eries from exerting a weakening effect
on the mnrket. July opened V' higher
at MftKlV to H-Jc, advanced to 833C
and closed af 83Sc Clearances of wheat
snd flour were equal to 1M.000 bu. Pri
mary receipts were fioj.ono bu., against
140.000 bu. for the same day last year.
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported
receipt of 6.16 cars, against 6j6 cars last
week and 213 cars a year ago.
Trading In corn was active and the mar
ket was strong all day. The advance In
wheat was the chief bullish Influence, al
though small receipts gave additional Im
petus to the buying movement. The mar
ket closed strong and near the highest
point of the day. deliveries on May con
tracts were email, being IO.OiO bu. July
bpened unchanged to V(J',c hlsher at
4!Mi 4!Vc to 4!ifcc, sold up to IsotiifjOOSo and
closed at 60o. Local receipts were 104
cara. with 30 cars of contract grade.
Sentiment In oats was very bullish, be
cause f the large line of May oats held
by a prominent hull. Deliveries on May
contracts wore about 1.000,0) bu., and
nearly all of this grain waa taken by
thla same doaler. An advance of la to So
In the price of the caah grain strength
ened options. The close' was strong. July
opened VuVie to c higher at 421fl'4?ic,
advanced to 43 and closed at 43Vr- Local
receipts were 1JS cara.
. Although deliveries of provisions on May
contracts were much smaller than had
been generally expected, aggregating 4.0H0
bhla . of pork, 750 tleroea of lard and
ao,) pounds of ribs, the product fell
Into weak hands and was placed on sale
early In the day. These offerings met
with little den and snd prices became
eesler. I,ter the market rallied. In
sympathy with grain. At the cloae July
pork waa up 10c at SIR 90. Ird was up
6c at S.78. Rlba were 6c higher at $8 734.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat
I cars; corn, 11 cars; oats, 174 cara; hogs.
. 1 he leading futures ranged as follows:
natural white, SO to S3 pounds, 4lV3'4Wc
cupped while, N to w pounds, 6"4Vtc-
nAi Steady; shipping, i(tfiuc; good
to choice 1. 1601. 20.
HOPS Easy; state, common to choice,
19titJ, IWtc; 190R, 4Hrac; Pacific coast, 1906,
fHillc; itA, 4V6c.
HIDhJd luu. Central Amcrioa, 24c;
Bogota, 24 c.
LEATHER Steady; acid, 27H01BC
PROVISIONS Beef, steady; family.
M4.0014.60; mess, I9.60&10.00: beef
hams, V2t.00ift2e.00; packet, ilO.60 11.00;
city extra India mess, tao.OOy 21.00. Cut
meats steady; pickled bellies, Sl0.6O3fl2.00;
pickled hams, Sll.75rtTI2.26. Lard, Arm;
western prime, is 8(fc 90; refined,
steady; continent, 19 16; Houth Amer
ican, SIO.iXi; compound. S8.2otoO.50. Pork,
steady; family, Sl8.EOti09.00; short clear, S17.00
IS. 60; mess, S 17.2 6 18 00.
TALIjOW Firm ; city (Si per package),
Sc; country (packages free), fciiUc.
KICK 6leady; domestic, fair to extra,
2 tr fi ifc : Japan, nominal.
POULTRY Alive, steady; western
spring chickens, JhffCAc; fowls, 13Hrc; tur
keys. 11c Lresaed, qulat; turkeys, 104314c;
BUTTER Firmer; street price, extra
creamery, 274)tffec; official prices, creamery,
common to extra, Zl&c; held, common to
firsts. Hi'Jbc; state dairy, common to fancy,
ZoftrKVc; western factory, common to firsts,
19tf22c; westerri Imitation creamery, extra,
20c; firsts, 22tj23c.
CHiCldBB Firm; stata full cream, col
ored and white, small, September fancy,
16c; small, October best, 14'ul4Vio; good to
prime, lUc; large, September fancy,
16c; good to prime, 12oul3ic; Inferior,
EVHJS Firm; stats, PennBilronla and
nearby fancy selected white, 21c; choice,
brown and mixed extra, 19a20c; firsts to
extra flrsta. lN'18Hc; western storags
packed firsts, 17H&1SC (official price, 17Hc);
8t. Loals General Market.
ST. LOUIS, May 1. WHEAT Higher;
track. No. 2 red, caah, 80Wi81c; No. S hard,
7Kii'7Sc: Mav. 78 Wc: July. kllkO.
CORN Higher; track, No. 2 cash, 60
60He; May, 47c; July, 4?T4c; No. 1 white,
OATS Higher; track. No. S caah, 42c;
Mhv. 4:tVc: Jul v. 40Vc: No. 1 white. 44c.
FLOUR-Steady; red Winter patents, S3.66
4i3.K5; extra fancy ana straight, 4.2ixaJ.K;
clear, S2. 652. 86.
SEED Timothy, steady, S3.0O3.76.
CORNMEAL Steady, S240.
BRAN Firm, sacked, east track, MUri?
HAY-Pteady; timothy, $16.001S.W; prai
IRON COTTON TIE8-41.09.'
PROVISIONS Pork, higher; jobbing,
Slt.Vi. Lard, higher; prime steamed, S8.6O.
Dry salt meats, lower; boxed, extra shorts,
S9 60: clear libs. S9.62UI short clears. $9.76.
Hacon. lower; boxed, extra, shorts, I10.S7H;
cleex rlba. S10.60; short clears, Slo.tBH
It il.'LTRY (Julet; chickens, 11c; springs,
: turkeys. 11c; ducks, llc; geese, 6c.
l-V TT E R Quiet ; creamery, 23tj'-i8c.
FOGS Firm. 14c. case count.
Tlie lecelpts and shipments of flour and
grain Were: Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls 4,ftu0 11,000
Wheat, bu 80,000 27.0)
Corn, bu 104.000 116,K)
Oats, bu 70,000 -'107,0u0
Kansas City Orals aad Provisions.
KANSAS CITY, May 1. WHEAT May
No. 2 hard. 7VW78c; No. S, 71Va?7o; No. 4
red, olo: No. a. 737w.
COR5 May. 44o: July. 4540: September,
45o; caah. No. 2 mixed, 4604Sc: No. t,
tBiHCVic; mo. z wnite, 4tc; iso. 1, 4(c,
OATS NO, 2 White, 4tt-i34c; NO. 1 r
HAY Steady: choice timothy, S14.26S16.0O;
choice prairie, iK.wkaio.oo.
RYK steady, 8O04c. ' 11 -BUTTER
Creamery. 2B: packing. 16o
EKJS Market firm; extra . fancy, 16c;
current receipts, cases Included, new cases,
144c; second hand cases, llVxC; soutnern
cases Included. 13AC. -
Wlieat. bu 38.000 98.000
Com, bu 18.000 28,000
Oats, bu 11.000 18,000
Closreg quotations at Kansas City as fur
nished by Logan at Bryan, No. I Board of
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BUNDS
Trtdinr Etoomei Ball atd Frioet in AS
lowed U Elip Bukwgrd.
UNION PACIFIC AfiAIN' UNDER PRESSURE
When This lasae Turned Downward
the Life teemed to Die Out of
tha Market Bonds Arc
NEW YORK, May 1. Trading In stocka
became dull again today and prices were
allowed to slip backwards under very mod
erate selling presauie. Some of the day s
news Items were adduced to explain the
sag of prices, Including fresh crop damage
reports, but probably the largest Influencing
factor on speculatve sentiment was the fact
that Union Pacific was under pressure.
For several days past the movement of the
whole market had been practically con fined
to the sympathetic effect of the course of
Union Pacific. When that Ftock turned
downwards today the life seemed to die
out of the market.
There was soma show of strength In the
stocks connected with the copper Industry,
Including Amalgamated Copper, Anuconda
and American Smelting. This seemed to be
caused by a violent upward rebound in
the price of copper warrants In the London
market. The rise of these stocka was of
slight Influence on the general list. The
United States Steel quarterly report was
without effect on the shares of that com
pany, which were sluggish and unusually
neglected all day. The earnings of the
company for the quarter and the unful
filled orders on hand at Ita close were
acknowledged to show a flattering condi
tion of affairs In the trade. The specu
lative view of the report, however, la that
present activity represents the completion
of projects entered upon before the out
look became clouded by tne aimcuuy or
the railroads In securing capital. It Is
held that the extent of the effect of the
curtailment by railroads on the steel In
dustry mtlst bo looked for In the future
operations of the company. -The effect of
the announcement of a convertible bond
Issue by the Atchison was unfavorable to
the securities of that company and hurt
the whole market. The proposed Issue
amounts to about S3S.000.oOO, to be paid for
In Installments and to be offered to stock
holders at par. But the new Issue, besides
carrying the privilege of conversion Into
the common stock. Is to bear Interest at
the rat( of 6 per cent, while the previous
Issues of convertible bonds paid 4 per cent
snd were also subscribed for at par by
atockholders. the last Issue of about
S17.OCO.000 having been made In April of last
year. Upon the announcement of the new
bond Issue the old convertibles, which sold
at 1004 In the morning, ran off to below
9.. Some minor effect towards depression
waa caused by a rise In the call money
rate. Tha hardening of call loans was mod
erate and waa attributed to a number of
causes, Including the May 1 money settle
ments, the opening of a new bank and some
resulting shifting of loans and the prepara
tion for a number of syndicate payments.
The London stuck market waa closed, but
sterling exchange here waa firm. The ln
tereatlnar feature In the foreign money
markets, however, was a decline In the
firlvate discount rate In Paris and a rise
n sterling exchange at that point, marking
the easing tendency of money affairs at
that capital. The violent upturn In the
late wheat market decided the downward
course of stocks, which left closing prices
at near the lowest of the day.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value, SI. 474,000. United States bonds wero
unchanged on call.
Number of sales and closing quotations
on stocks were:
today were Itrgular. t.ocM shares were
the strongest, upon the renewal of the
steel combine. Americans rri lower, upon
the uncertain tone of the New York market
LONDON, May 1 Holiday, no markets.
Sew York Money Market.
NEW YORK. May 1. MONEY On call,
firm. 2tM ler cent; ruling rate, 2 per cent;
closing bid, 2 per rent; offered at 3 per
Time loans, dull and easy; sixty dya,
SH per cent, nominal; ninety days. SVft
per cent; six months, 4Vci,4,i r'r cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE TAPER 5S4
'IjTKHUNd EXCHANGE Firmer, with
actual business In hankers' bills at S4 Jo
tl ttitu) for-Jemand and at S4 W3"3.'st:to for
atxty-day hills: posted rates, 34.84 and 4.87;
commercial bills, 34 .
8ILVER Bar, 60 "c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS r Government, steady; railroad,
Closing quotations on bonds today wers
rg....li4 Jftpan M. rd strles.
1"4 to 4a f
........lotH So s -'
lulvt da 34 Mrlnt
rf....liliH & N unl
101 v Man. 0. s 4s
rei....l.H M. Central 4s....
13UU do 1M Inc
7Jv Minn. St. U 4a
1 M. , K. T. ....
DlSl N. ft. R. of M. e. 4s ft!
6 N. T. C. I ! U
V. S. rot. Is.
do coupon .
V. S. I. rt
D. old 4s.
do coupon .
r I. n a.
do rospon ,
Am. Tobacco 4s...
Atrhlaon cm. 4s...
do adj. 41
Atlantic C. U 4a.
Ilal. A Ohio 4a lln-H N. J. C. f. a.
Prk. K. T. c. 4s
('ntral of Oa. to.
"do 1st lao
do 3d ine
"do 1 Inc
Chra. A Ohio 4tta...
Chlcaro a A. IVka.
('., B. a y. n. 4a. ..
r., R. L A P. 4a..
do cel. (a
CIV. AS. U. I l :
Colo. Ind. 5a, err. A.
Volo. Mid. 4a
Colorado A 80. 4a...
D. R. O. 4s
IMntlllcra' Hug. 6a..
Erie p. I. 4a
do gen. 4a
Hocking Val. 41.
M No. PaclBc
M "do la
M4t N. A W. c. 4a ...
1"7 (I 8. L. rfdi. 4a..
so Pnn. eon. IHa ... t4V4j
19 Reading s-n 4a II
snvt at. U. A I. M. c. to. llfl
10P Bt. U A f r. tg. 4a. 81 14
Ui -St. U 8. W. 0. 4s.. "I
gnaboard A. L. 4s To
70 So PaclBc 4a H
m do lat 4a ctfa S4
(DH So. Hallway is
691 Taiaa P. la lis
H T., 8t. CAW. 4a. a0
. H''nln Pacific 4a ltC
.101 B. steal Id M. . 87
. 4 Wabanh la ..
. 4 do dab. B
. H Wratarn Md. 4a.
. bJ Vt'. A L. E. 4a.
.1044 Wis. Central 4a.
Bid. "Ex-interest. Offered. Ex-In
terest and bid.
Boston Storks and Bonds.
BOSTON. lay 1. Call loans, Mif per
cent; time loans, 4t6Mi per cent. Official
Closing quotations were
I Open. I Hlgh.l Low. Close.
Artlcles.l Open.l Hlgh.l Low. aos.Tes'y.
I I I
l494i1Wini 5w 4T4j
I4M, Yi, 00VI'1S,l4k '4
4!ipHI 604I 4S4I
f I rVpt.
. I Ribs
I 77HI S
44 42 t
n 62H 15 W
15 9(1 15 80
S 74 8 7JSa
90 8 85
rs s 50
8 72Hi 8 67H
S KiVal 8 77H
Liverpool Grain and Provtslona.
LIVERPOOL, May t WHEAT Spot,
steady; No. S red western winter, (s Md;
No. 1 California. 6a 4Vd. Futures, firm;
May, tsfd; July, tstHd; September. 6a
CORN Spot, American mixed, new, firm,
4s7Hd; Amerloan mixed, old, steady. 6s Hd.
Futures, steady; July, 4 7Hd; September,
Minnostnolls Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. May L WHHATWuJy.
85c; No. 1 hard. 88c; No. 1 northern, 87o:
No. 1 noruiern, 640 : no, s northern. W1
FLOUR First patents, S4Sf31.4: aeoond
patents, S4.K04.K; first clears. SS.204il.6o:
second clears, 62.40flt.60.
BRAN lo bulk, S1s.60QU.7d.
Breatd-gfrTs at LlvarnooL
LIVERPOOL, May L-Foljowtng are tha
stock of bread-stuffs and provision la
Flour, sacxs; wneat, 1,051,900 centals;
corn. 68H.OO0 centals: bacon. I.4o0 boxes:
hams, 6,200 boxes; shoulders, t.lot boxes;
butter, 4.400 cwts; cheese, 43,000 boxes:
lard, S.SOO tlarces of prime western steamed
and 1,130 tons of other kinds.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
Lfll.Wil'KES. May 1. WirELAT No. 1
ntrthrrn. 86i6o; No. northern, tHa;
Julv iiS bid.
HAitLSr-No. X 7ii36c; sampl- tB&
CORN No. 8 oasn, Wtc.
Cash quotations Were as follows:
FI-Ol K Steady; winter patents, tllOO
8.40; wlnt-r straights. Si!riS.ar.: spring pat
ents. 3.4tt 6: spring straights. tU uun4M:
bakers. S2 OWil 80.
WHBAT No. spring. I?lr,c; No 8
rprlng. 74c; No. 1 red. 7SiVe.
, (V'RWtN S. 6oti6,.c; No. 1 yellow.
'lATSNo. t tkSc; No. white, 4!f
HYR-No. I. C.
B A RLE Y Fair to Choleo mgrtlng. 4J8-J
' Suwr No 1 "av, tl W: Vo 1 rnrthwst-
ll Tlnioitv. 5 .. 6i.au. Clover.
f! TaMOSA-fhort r' is mlSr 'flr,i.
1 .Mm v M h!,l. li.f.i..-?
. ', IrJ per J ! !! fvta.". c!Ju.rt r'ekr
I reo',,' afid tMrrwnts of rtur ar.d
grain were: Receipts. Shipments
Fiour. bbls 8 O 67,J
Vheat. bu f3.") Si
Corn, bu 1) 17J V)
(iaatg, b. ...i3b.-M tii.M
raorln Grain Market.
PEORIA. III.. May L CORN Firm: No,
S yellow. 4i-c; No. S. 4Sc; No. 4 4H;
no srade. Ki"s9c
OATS Higher; No. 8 whits. 48c; No. 8
white, 42o; No. 4 white, 41c.
RYE (Steady; No. 8. 7VMlc.
PHILADELPHIA. Msy 1. EOQ3 Firm.
good denuuid; western fresh, firsts, lsc, at
CHEFJSEv-Easier; New York full creams,
fancy, 14ic; choice, lac
Dnlntk Grain Market
DULUTH. May 1. WHEAT No. 1 north
ern. ScSo; No. 1 northern. bVc; May, KSso;
Juiy, irfisc; oeptemoer, ,io.
OATS To arrive, 4a.
Tulda Seed Market.
TOLFJX). May 1. SEEDS Clover, cash.
19 S; October. ; PKimMt xt.b; March,
I.. 70. Timothy, 81.80. AUlka, 17.60.
Oils and Resin.
BAVANAH. Oa.. Mar L -OIL-Turpen
tine, firm, Ouvjc; sales, 7W bbls.; re
ceipts. 231 bbla.; alilBinenta. 110 bbla.
R ejIN Firm: A, B and C, S4.40; D. 84 50
K. 4 6i; F, 64 68; O, S4 70; H. 64 60; I. 8 ';
K, e lo M. 66.A1; N, 66.60; W Q, 6. WW
Am. C. A P
An. c. r. p'd
Am. rotton Oil ,
Am. Cotton Oil pfd ,
Am. H. U pld
Am. Linseed Oil
Am. Ltneeed Oil pfd....
Am. Locomotive pfd....
Am. 8. A R
Am. 8. A R. pfd ,
Am. Sugar Refining
Am. Tobacco pld ctfa..
Anaconda Mining Co...
Atlantic Coast Line....
Da U I more A Ohio
Bal. A Ohio pfd
Brooklya Rapid Tr
Central of N. J
Chaeapeake A Ohio
Chicago Ot. W
Chloago A N. W
C M. A St. P
Chicago T. A T
Ohleaae T. A T. pfd...
C. ('.. 0. A Bt. L
Colorado F. A I
Colorado ft. .80
Co to. A 80. let pfd....
Colo. A 80. Id pfd
Corn Producta ptd
Iiclawire A Hudaoa...
Del., L. A W
Denrer A R. O
D. A R. O pfd
Manners' Securities ..
Erie lat pfd
Brie 6d pfd
International Paper , ...
Int. Paper pfd
Int. Pump prd
Iowa Central pfd
Kansas City 80
K. C. 80. Pfd
Loulavllle A N
Minn A 8t. L. ...
M. , 9t. P. A 8. 8.
M . Bt. P. A 8. 8.
efleeourl PaclAo ..
M. K. A T
M , K. A T. pfd
N. R. R. of M. pfd
New Tork Central
N. T . O. A W
Norfolk A W
Norfolk A w. pfd
P , C, r. A 8t. L. .......
Preeaed Steel Car
Proceed 8 C. pfd , ex-dlv.
Pullman Palace Car
Reading let P'O
Reading Id pfd
Republic Steel pfd
Rock Island Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
Bt. L. A 8. F Id pfd
Si. Louts S. W
St. U S W. pfd
So. Pacltc pfd
Bo. Railway pfd
Tenneeese C. A I
Texas A Paolflo
T., Bt. L. A W
T., Bt. L. at w. pm..
fnloo ParlSe pfd
U S. Eipreaa
r. S. Realty
V. S. Rubber
O. 8. Rubber pfd
V. S. Steel
C A Steel pfd
Va -Caro. Cbem. pfd..
Walla-Parao Eaprees .,
W Heeling A L.
Wisconsin Central ....
Wis. Central pfd
Central Leather pfd...
Bloaa-Sheffleld Steel .,
Greet Northern pfd....
lToaVemleo'1 ter 'the' day! ' 5.r aharea.
Bale. High. Low. I
86,' TOfi Wi Us
fX) 17 IT
"''sod 'ioii 'sjii
'"ini 'ri" "fi"
100 -76 T6
10O 14 14
'"ifii 'isii 'lii
M.sno 138H iii"
io ti'i t:
J.tO 44 4 1214
U.e-O t6;4 . 64S
tno II '.S'
00 1"4 inv,
l'O n Ht'
l.ano dH f.9
1.1W 177U. 17414
"i,iH ''' -4j"
4)0 114 I'H
ao 1F.3 w
U.4U0 iskt m
I no 3S"4 S54
4 JO 40 t)0
'in6 iijii iii"
4"0 to 1
lofl T! 771,
SOD 1W 1ST
'. " too 8Mi
" tm ini '7"ii
ia 14 US
2 3 3
, tOO U 141
', '"iod 'si'" si"
'"ioi 'ii 'ifiit
! " ioo 'ii" 'iiii
" ino isj ' iifi
4"0 76U. 7
ton 17 H
, 1,400 tlVt . 2'4
1,000 76 H 744
' Sl . T OO
'. " im
10.100 6Ti4 14
11.400 1HII 1344
4.TIH) 117 14
Mix Central 4s.
Boston A Albany
Boston A Maine.
Fltchburg pfd ...
N. y., N. H. A
Union Pacific ...
Am. Pneu. Tube.
Amer. Sugar ....
Am. T. A T
Am. Woolen ....
United B. M
V. S. Steel..
do pfd ....
A ma I items ted
US Hlngham 1S
PStsl. A Heels KM
94 t'opper Range
Ms I I v Wtat ..,
1S late Royale .
140 Mm. Mining
H...176 Mont. C. A C
144 Old Dominion ..
Iu3 United Copper ,
It V 8. Mining....
67 V. 8. Oil
j7S WolTerlne ....
.. 374 North Hutte ...
..101 Hutte Coalition
... 2 Nevada
. . S4 Cel. A Arizona.
.. D5V4 Arlaona Oora. ..
R08TON. May 1. WOOI.'-The wool mar
ket Is dull and steady to firm. It Is be
lieved that much of the Immediate future
In Hoston depends on the developments In
London. Of Importance in thla country la
the first movement In new Arizona terri
tory wools at satisfactory prices. In pulled
wools the feature is the increased Interest
In the low grades. Forefrn wools are firm.
Leading domestic quotations range as fol
lows: California (scoured basis): Northern,
choice, (7WiRo; l.oithern, good, 66vgti7c; mid
dle county, 6&tiOoc; southern, 62(fii3; fall free,
67ic. Oregrn (scoured basis): Eastern,
No. i staple, 7J873c; eastern, No. 1 clothing,
6.v'tic; valley. No. 1, oWjtac. Territory sta
ple (scoured basis): Fine, 73t?73c: fine me
dium, bVpoc; medium, rjfijOik:. Territory or
dinary (scoured bnsls): Fine oSftlOc; fine
medium, obVutDic; medium, 6Sfifi4c. Colorado
and New Mexico spring (scoured): X, 6t
70c; No. 1, 63'(tifx pulled wools (scoured
basis): Extra, I'KUV&c; tine, 6iuac; A supers,
BT. IiOUtS, May 1. WOOL-teady ; me
dium grades, combing And rlotlilnar, 22iQrioc;
light fine. ari21c; heavy fine. 16tjl7c; tub
LONDON, May U WOOL A large supply
of cross'hreds was offered at the wool
sales today. Fine grades were firm, but
low grades wero In buyers' favor. Oood
combing merinos were in active demand for
Germany and Americans paid la 2d for
first half-bred combing greaales. The offer
ings amounted to 12,16 bull's. Following
are the sales In detail: New South Wales,
1.10O bales; scoured. Is lHdWls lid; greaxy,
6"Hd'(i1s 2d. Queensland, & bales; scoured,
la lUVfcdB'le lid; greasy, llMt'l. Victoria, 400
bales; scoured. Is 2dTs HVid. New Zea
land, W bales; scoured. Is 2df;is A4d;
greasy, 64dfrns 2d. Cape of Good Hope
and Natal, luo bales; scoured, 2ntr;i8 iud
greasy, iMrd. l'unta Arenas, 200 bales'
NETW TORK, May l.-METALS-TIn was
higher again today In the London market,
with snot closing at 11 10e. and futures
at lt"J Ida. Locally the market was firm,
with apot quoted at 642. 75a 43.15. Copper had
a sharp advance In the London market, with
spot chasing at 106 15s, and futures at 104
16a. Locully the market waa firmer, with
lake quoted at $J6.oOa'26.&0. electrolytic at
6L'4.ar.'S24.76, and casting at 23.(Mrn 23.60. Lead
was unchanged at $ti.Urt.l0 locally, but was
2 rid higher at 20 fs In London. Spelter
wna unchanged at 28 In London and at
8.S.fK.Ef6.rX In the local market. Iron was
higher In the English market, with Stan
dard foundry quoted at 68s 6d and Cleve
land warrants at fvSs M. Locally the mar
ket was unchanged. No. 1 northern foun
dry Is quoted at D6.26Jc2g.25, No. 2 northern
foundry at 624.7tVir26.76, No. 1 foundry south
ern at 2S.00fi2ri BO, and No. I foundry south
ern at $J6.002rj.OO.
ST. LOl'IsJ, May 1. METALS Lead. dull.
$S.!f-'Vi; spelter, firmer, li.47Vi'tJ.60.
NEW YORK, May 1. COTTON - Spot
closed steady 10 points higher; middling up
lands, ll.&oe, middling gulf, 11.6oc; sales,
t3 lfi bales.
NEW ORLEANS, May L-COTTON-Spot
cioseu nrtn; euies, s.sjo oaies; low ordinary,
ordinary. 7c: good ordinary. 9 1-liir:
low middling, Use; middling lHc; good
niiuuiing, utac miauling riur, liac nominal;
fair, Uc nominal. Receipts, 1,937 bales;
st.x'k, lnl.&Sfi bales.
LIVERPOOL, May 1. COTTON Spot
moderate buslneae done; prices 12 points
higher; American middling fair, 7.64d; good
iiiiuunng. i.iwi; miuiuing, b.otxi; low mid
dling, 22d; good ordinary, 6.66d; ordinary
6 iod. The sales of the day were 7.000 bales
of which 600 were for speculation and for
export, ana included .0U0 American.
8T. I)L'I3. May 1. COTTON Steady;
mtddllner. lltfcrt amies 911) halss' racist.
427 bales; shipments. 464 bales; stock, 88,418
UUAUA LIVE ST0C& MARKET
Cattla Markot Slow on Receipts sf Etur
LIBERAL RUN OF HOGS AND PRICES LOWER
Trains with Sheep Arrive le and
Market Inrertala and Slaw
Lower Level ( Prices
BOl'TH OMAHA. Mny 1. 1S07.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. 1
Oftit'lal Monday 4,4'il 4,t4a 1
Otlicial 'nies.lay 7.2.4) 13.1tU 668 !
Official Wednesday 6.0U) 12.HW ,7tJ
Three days this week..l.ti91 30, 19,'..'I
Same days last week. ...IS.tiU 2.!K2 U..9;
Same days lai year 12,733 1,.M3 ls.D.-O
The following table shows the receipts
of cattle, hogs and aheop at South Omaha
ior tne year to date, compared Willi last
or eight pounda heavier than for the
month previous. Tops reached 6! 40 t.xlny,
ss agnttiKt 6t yester.lay, hut the bulk of
the trade today was at J l"Sti.j6,
against I ,!.. yesterday.
)fllow Tixas. per crate, about
h.nise. per d 'S.
Goon to choice coin-fe(f ateera.
ralr to good corn-fed ateers
Common to fair steers
tfood to choice fed cows
Fair to good cost and helfera
Common to fair cowa
ralr to choice stockers A feeders.
Fair to good Blockers A feeders...
Common to fair stockers
Bulls, stags, etc
RANGE OF PRICES.
Omaha 83.2fi'fl5.75 86.W(H.40
Chicago l.stKLrti.oO ti.iw.(i4.tl-4j
Kansas Cltv 1.76.nti.lM 6.uOuti.W
Bt. Louis 1.9out.6o S.uvui.ft6
Bloux City 3.2ixi6.70 6.nVtf62o
The following table show the average
price of hogs at South Omaha for the last
several days, with comparisons:
Dats. I 1807. l06.19tl6.19i4.11O3.lW2. 101.
Union Pacific 76
C. & N. W east.. S
C. & N. W.. west... 64
C, St. P., M. & O.... 18
C, H. & Q east.... 6
C, B. Q , west .... 64
C, R. I. & P., east.... 2
C, R. I. & P., west.. ..
Illinois Central 8
Chicago O. W 1
Jew York Mlnlaar Stocks.
NEW YORK. May 1. Closing quotations
on mining stocks wsrs:
Atams Cu ' l.mie '"nisi ...
Allee 448 Ontario
Bnanewlek Cos 46 Potusl
Cmal.irk Tunnel .... SS Severe ,
Con Cel. A Va t Sierra Nevada .
Hera BUver 1 Small Hopes ..
Iran Silver " Standard ,
Ua4 villa Cos 4
WASHINGTON. May 1 Today's state
ment of the treasury balances In the gen
eral fund, exclusive of the 1o0.b0.O gold
reserve, shows: Available caah balance,
IS.l 6SS.S42: gold coin and bullion, $104,075,403;
gold certificates, $41,f.030.
OMAHA. May 1. Rank clearings for
today were 8l4.102. and for the corre
sponding date last year 81,8u7. 81147.
NEW YORK. May 1. COFFEE Market
for futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to a decline or ft points. European
cables were fully as good as expected which
Imparted the steadiness of tone at the
start, wtuie the list gradually eased off
under European selling and some scattered
liquidation prompted by bearish visible
supply estimates, continued large receipts
biiu me auseuce 01 aggressive support.
mere was a little demand for the near
months toward the cloee and these posi
tions closed steady, while later months
were easy under continued liquidation. Last
prices were bulb points lower, June being
the only month to ahow a gain. Sales were
1 reported of 64,50 bags, Including May at
! 6 45c; June, 6 3oc; September, S.2.r'n6 30c;
iiecemuer, .zn'uo.auc: March, 64o7.46o.
Spot coffee, quiet; Rio No. 7, Bantoa
No. 4. 1 Sc. Mild coffee, dull; Cordova, vj
Snajar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. May 1. SI'OAR Raw,
quiet; ralr r.-nning. jjc: cnirifuval w
teat 8 7A-- r -'--- -
fined, quiet; No. . 4 V; No. 7. 4.2F-: No,
8, 11; No. . 4.2Dc; No. 10. i.lBo; No. H,
4. Its.-: No. 12, 4.05c; No. 13, IOiic; No. 14, 8-ac:
confectloneis' A, 4buc; mould A, 61bc; cut
loaf, 6.60c; crushtd, 660c; powdered, 4.4vu;
gr".ilteil lsc; culiea, 6OG0.
MOLASSES Steady ; New Orleans open
kettle, goiid to choice, 87u-t3c.
NEW ORLEANS. May 1. SUGAR
Btesdy; optsn ketus centrifugal, Jc;
cviitjliuga. uliuta, Jea?sC, eaooitu,
MbLASJr3KS yuiet; new syrup, 30340.
Stork In Slgbt.
Receipts of live stock at the six principal
western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
1907. 1S0. Inc. Dec.
SH0.2.-.7 Jltt.MO 81,427
624,774 69,1I18 64,144
00.734 6.H.14lj tl.biyi
4 "l j Ai
S.ot Sid So
8 00 ti 4 00
4.1 lbs., I.' 00;
, li.s.. ii.s...
i I iTMl'KI:.'- Per dot.. 11 2Tv
PARSLEY --H..I htiuae, per d... bunches,
n. rr No. Av. 8h. rr. w.
S4 . . . 74 1.11 HO I Is PIE n.ANT 6" ltv KoXeS. I.' :.iiT 70.
sis 40 t 17i u i l i. t l Ait'A It Atll S-II ;.i per d..t. bin-rhea.
2U ... ; 7: 4.1 w 111 UAIUSII l-.S-Pci d.'X. hunci.e. 4.-; extra
:n so t . 51 s.t ... is.. lurg.i bunch' s. 7:.c p.-t d..a
"'"'J; ! i MuVKl.l ANliUl'B.
H m ?. 74 M J3 eUOAR-tirnul..ted cne In sacks. 85.HJ
jho t ' V 24-t "vn t grannlnti-d heel. In sticks, kvu.
Sfl t 1 tl. 't:v T. t :6 COKKLE-Rumsi.'V No. S6. 2tlc per lo.J
!7 . . 1 7s r 40 I. No. ;u 2b! ror ltv; No. 53. l!c per lb.; No.
a7 ) I ' e ... It:. 20, l.'.o per lb; No. 21, lsc per lb.
8M ... I 7J 'ii ) ill CH KEr'E-RliK'k Swiss. llc; Umberger,
i ... 8o 40 rr, 01 4 s.s i40; ,,u,,g AM.eii.-as. 17c.
Sis ... tw , Ml si IIS NU'lS -valiUiin ii v,nli:uts. No. S, soft
i P. J5 lu "" i :u ltl'vlM', pecans. ';,:2m; filberts. l?ivc; pen.
ri "' s?. w ?i s.i t 8T nuts. raw. 7'tc; rousted. s)c; '.tlifornla ai
S4I ito I nil 7t';.'.'.'.'. -.23 1 z7. 111. mils. i;,c; rornumtj. $T..(i0 per l.
v4 ... s ft Hi 40 1 t:a CANNED JO( t'S-Corn, standard, west-
j..; 80 t j'."s 74 u ... f t7. ern. 4.'Si';Cc: Maln. tl 15. Tomntoea. fancy,
211 ... I Zi't "1 :i' . . 2i 3 - It., cans. 14i'. slatiilanl, 3-lb cans, fl
:f. ... 11.4 74 ?i 4 4 Pineapples, grated. 2-llv, i.lan.laid. 82.2"J
V ' 111 S 80; sliced, 617..ii.'W; fancy Hawaiian. 2tr
I U i th !i0 ".. 2.7.-: i'-ib.. 81.T6. aiion apples. :.-j
s" "" i:5 M ni t So 3" Callfoinla apricots. .''. Pears. S1.75
249 'so I 2'j. l?".'."".'! b sr. i2.60. Penchea. 81 75'u2 40; I. C. trachea,
Sh) ... 1 71 .. . t so V .t"i ."' Alaska salmon, red, 61.15; fancy
77 -m 40 t J." 86 H i 130 I to Chinook, nut. 12 10; fnnck H'Kv e, nat, 81. 10.
SHEEP The sheep market was much the ' Pai dines, quurtcr oil. 82.26; three-quarters
same as It was yesterday. Trains were ' must nrd. I2.7T. Fweet potatoes. $1H1.26.
late in getting In and left It uncertain as ' Bauer kruut. Pumpkins. 8.V.1II. 00. 'a
to the general condition of the trade. Up brnni, 2-llv, SiV'nII.W. Lima beans, 2-lb,
until a late hour only a small proportion 7F.Si$l.V. Soaked peas, z-lb., 6c; early
of the expected day's arrivals ha.l r uchcl ! June. c1i 1 I f. ; fancy. ll.2o'(i1.s6.
the yards snd this, of course. Interfered! CALIFORNIA liHIED FRUITS-Prunes
with buyers filling orders, and as a result ism somewhat unsettled by freer offerings
the market was uncertain and slow. The , from second hands, who seem desirous of
trend of prices Is certainly toward a lower I moving supplies of Immediate grades; quo
level, and while sales here and there I tatlona range from S'.e to 9c for California
6 23 I
6 33: 4 Rl
7 t7 i
6 fi 6 02
6 951 6 H3
98 6 !
6 841 6 68
6 IW7 6 64
The official number of cars of stock
brought In today by each road was:
Cattle. Hobb. Bheep. ti es.
C, M. &. Bt. P 4 6
Missouri Pacific ....
Total receipts ....228
The disposition of the day s receipts was
as follows, each buyer purchaaing the num
ber of head Indicated:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co..
G. H. Hammond Co.
Cudahy Packing Co.
Armour & Co
Cudahy Co., fm country
Vansant & Co
Carey & Benton
Lobman & Co
Hill i Son
F. P. Lewis
Huston & Co
Hamilton A Rothschild.
Klngan & Co
J. H. Bulla
J. R. Root & Co
T. R. Inghram
Bt. Clair Packing Co..
Other buyers 492 .... 28
Totals 6,488 12.604 6,765
CATTLE There was only a moderate run
of cattle today and the three days supply
tans sngntiy snort 01 tne total iur the
first half of last week, although supplies
are still considerably heavier than at this
time last year. The quality has not been
ao good so far this week as It was during
the laat two weeks.
The market opened rather slow, but for
the most part prices bid and paid were
about steady with yesterday. There was a
good general demand and some of the
tuore desirable, light and handy-weight
sleers sold perhaps a shade better than
yesterday. On the other hand, there waa
no Improvement In the demand for the
heavier grades and prlcea wers lust about
steady at the present decline.
the market for oows snd heifers was sub
stantially unchanged. There were In the
neighborhood or forty straight loads on
sale and with both local and outside buyers
taking noid freely the offerings were soon
Picked up at full recent quotations. Veal
calves continue In liberal supply and rather
weak, while there has been' an active de
mand and a strong market right along for
bulls, stags, etc.
Business In stockers and feeders was
rather quiet, a fresh supplies were limited
and there did not seem to be any partic
ular urgent demand for the stuff from any
source. Desirable fleshy steers found a
reauy aale at firm figures, but the trade
was dull, dragging and weak on the com
mon, light and modlum-weight stuff.
721 4 II
1 4 40
4'.4 4 40
610 4 46
tl 4 60
!. 4 10
;& 4 SO
7K1 4 10
1108 4 M
KI4 4 tl
161 4 16
W7S 4 W
104 4 70
Ml 4 TO
tm 4 TO
SKt 4 70
lot 4 71
10l4 4 76
Ill 4 10
1110 I 10
, 1124 4 80
7SI 4 m
100 4 ao
1HI I M
, ICtg 4 16
, 116J 4 15
Ml 6 00
..123& 6 00
.1 av I 00
..1177 I 00
31. . .
1H4 6 00
1174 6 00
U.'l 6 00
11M 6 06
1171 I 06
1171 I 06
nr. I 10
iiil I 14
11.5 I 14
lltl I 10
llfcO I 10
1171 I 10
1(44 I 10
m 1 is
.. tnt I 16 II..
..ICO I 10
.. in 15 r
..1115 8 76 tl
. .1011 I 16 I
. .1118 4 00
..1..8I 4 01 K-
. . M 4 10 It
.. 170 4 II I
.. . T
,1031 4 85 4
..1110 4 K II ......
..114 4 J I
. .l'-'Sd 4 40 I
..1S04 4 40
.. 4M I 10 11
..!-) si.) n
.. sis 1 10 ll
. . TfiT I 71 SO
.. 7s4 I 78 18
.. Ill I T6 I
,.1l0 8 10 7
., rj in 1
..44V 4 16 41
.. 7 4 ) 41
.. 4 4 40 M
.. U0 4 60
... Tl 4 64 1
... no 6 co 4
,.. 116 I Tl I
.1271 I SO
. .llao III
. .12SI t&
.1401 I 26
..1116 I 85
..1K I St
..mi I 10
,.mt 1 10
. I 10
..14) I 96
..!. 6 40
..1S1I I 40
..1,121 6 60
..MoT 6 66
....lots 4 40
....UM1 4 41
. ... 14 4 40
....104s 4 46
....1111 4 46
....1031 4 60
....1311 4 M
....1U4 4 16
....1114 4 66
,...lll 4 65
....1076 4 t4
....10 4 S)
....KM! I II
....li6 4 61
. 780 4 5fl
. f't I 61
. I I 40
. SSI 4 80
. M 4 70
. II 4 Tt
.1104 4 75
. KS 4 71
.111 4 10
. VI 6 10
. HI 6 10
174 I TS
140 I 75
, 170 6 T6
PARIS. May 1. Prlcen on the Bourse to
day were firm throughout. P.uanlan im
perial is rioted at 75 i and Russian bonds
of lir-4 at w. The private rau.- of dUcoutit
was 16-16 per cent.
UlUOJN. Alay L Prices oa th Hours
Sioux City ..
Kaneaa tty .
BL Joseph ...
.. 1 6.0
.,r 72,101 88,824
scratched out In the neighborhood of
steady prices, offerings that did not Juat
exactly suit buyers fancy sold lower. Hid'
and sales In some rases were as much at
loutfc off from the high time, and at a
late hour a considerable proportion of the
receipts had either not arrived or were
still in sellers hands.
Prices at this market for some time
have beon as high aa anywhere In the.
country, and while there Is no general
break In prlcea, buyers took advantage uf
the situation to trim values wherever op
Wuotations on wooled killers: Good to
choice lambs. I. Ots ,00; fair to good lambs,
$7.60'U8.w.i; good to choice yearlings, lamb
weights, 17. oi(i7. 76; fair to good Barlings,
lamo weights, 3rj.fitV.00; good to choice
yearlings, heavy weights, Ki.c, 7.00; flr
to good yeai lings, heavy weignts, 3" "ii
6.50; good to choice old wetheis. H6o.W7.Oi.;
good to choice ewes, 8 Hfiiiii.Vo; fair to good
ewes, 86.36g6.8ii; dipped sheep and lambs
sell about 61 off from above quotations.
KerjresentatlvA SAlea. '
o. western ewes, shorn
101 western weihers, shorn
419 western ewes, shorn
2to Coloi-ado ewes
143 western ewes
1-4 western wethers
2"3 western lambs, shorn....
2X8 western lambs, shrn..
78 western yearlings ,
290 weatern lambs
141 western lambs
CHICAGO LIVE STUCK MARKET
Cattle Steady, bat Slow Hoars Five
CHICAGO, May 1. CATTLE-Recelpts,
about 19,000 head; market steady, but slow;
common to best stetTB, 84.4oiB40; heifers,
I3.2TaH& 60; cows, 83.it 4j3.26; bulls, 33.6iito4.7t;
calvua, 33.0u'&.6v; stockers and feeders, (3.00
hi tx IS Receipts, about 27,000 head; market
60 lower; choice heavy shipping, 36.1i.(i).iiO;
light hutche s, $o.6o4it;.b2; ' light mixed,
Sti.uO'ifH 52Vfe; choice light, 8u.60.iiii.u2H; pack
ing, 3.j.u.fut.60; pigs, 3.1.600.50; bulk of sales,
BHELP AND LAM BS Receipts, about
18.OU0 head; market weak to loc lower;
sheep, 14. J".-(i;,2n; yearlings, 85.27.00;
New Tork Live Stork Market.
NEW YORK, May I. BEEVL'8 Re
ceipts, 1,167 head; steers dull an.l Walbc
lower; bulls and cows slow to loc lower;
steers sold at 84.60iiv50; bulls, 83.5ifu4.!i0;
extra, 34.5O"u4.0; cows, I2.16ij4.16. Kxtfirt
today 2.SV.0 quarters of beef; estimated to
morrow, 41 cattle.
CALVES-Recelpts, 3.824 head; veal mar
ket 26'yOoc higher; common to choice veals
sold at 36.0IXU 1.25; a few extra at $i.5o; city
dressed veals firm at 6a 11c per lb.; country
dressed at eieOc.
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 6,776
head; sheep steady; lambs firm; spring
lambs dull and very few wanted; clipped
ewes, 34.Oirji6.00 por 100 lbs.; cull, 83.00; un
shorn lambs, t7.orriifj.60; clipped, .0o'g,7.25;
no prime oilered; spring lambs, 83.00'b5.76.
Export tomorrow Jo sheep.
HOGS Receipts. 8.2til head; market feel
ing firm to 6c higher; prime state and
Pennsylvania hogs quoted at 37.2v4il7.26 per
fruit and from Sttc to 60 for Oreuon. Ap
ricots are practically out or the market and
It Is reported that offerlnga for prv-mpt
Bhlpmcnts are being withdrawn; choice art
quoted at IT". Peaches are unchanged,
with fancy yellows quoted at 13c; fancy
Mnlr. 14'-iO. Raisins are firm; lonire Musca
tels are quoted at Ku9c; seeded raisins,
BRAN Per ton, 819.00.
HAY Choice upland, per ton, flO.Vi;
medium, K'.SO; No. 1 bottom, 8x00; off
giades. .". .""(lU DO. Rye straw. I7.0P; No. 1
FISH Pickerel, dressed, o: pike.
dvesaed, 12c; white fish, dressed, wlntot
caught, 13ftl5c; trout, 12S15c; halibut, IScj
snlinon, loc; cattisti, iso; herring,
dressed, pan frnson. 6c; perch, scaled nnis
dressed. 8c; crapples, round. fVff9o; crapples,
large, fancy, 16c; black baas. 2.V: smelts,
sweet and fine. 13c; eel, lsc; bine fish, 16r;
red snapper, 12c; roe ahad, per pair, 401
f.ic; frog legs, JtKfMOo: lobsteis, green, per
in., anc ; i.iosier, ooiieu. wr io., strtano;
mackerel. Spanish, per lb., lBo; mackerel,
tlve lH&3f,o per lb.; fresh green turtle.
meat, 2T.C lb.
HTDKS AND TAlillW nreen stilted.
No. 1, ;n,c; No. 2. 8'c; bull hides, flc; green
hides. No. 1. Sc; No. 2, 7c; horse, 31.60ir3.76
sheep pelts, RVifi1.2S. Tallow, No. 1, 4Vtc
Nn ! 3Hc Wool. lSffSIe.
n'HFD FI3H Family white fish, rei
quarter bbl.. 100 lbs.. 34 00: Norway mack
erel. No. 1, 335.00; No. 2, 82S.00; herring, 1c
bbls., 200 lbs. each. Norway, 4k, 311. 00.
Evaporates, Apples and Dried Frnlts.
NEW YORK. May 1. EVAPOfRATED
APPLES Market Is qulot, but firm; fancy
aie quoted at MlS'-tc; choice, lij.Vtn; prima,
et-sfiOHc: poor to fair. 5'4'ii8c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED r K I 1 TeJ ITunes
are unchanged on spot, with quotations
ranging from 8'4c to 12t4Ve for California
fruit and Oregon fruit, according to sice.
etc. Some sellers from the coast are
naming an opening price of 8o for tha
four alzea, f. o. b. basis. Apricots are un
changed, with choice quoted at 17rWlxo;
extra choice, lKv4r19c; fancy, 19tr'j0o.
Peaches are steady, with choice quoted at
HlillVsC: extra choice, l?1il2,c; fancy, 12H4
l"c: extra fancy, l.'lif lf.o. RaJslna are un
changed, with loose Muscatels quoted at
RMiloc; seeded ralsh.s, 7V4fcmo; Ixmdon,
Miss Oilman gald to Have Arrived.
NEW YORK, May 1. Miss Mabella Oil.
man, the former actress, wno is engaged 10
be married to W. E. Corey, president of tha
United Stntes Bteicl corporation, was re-
norted to have arnvea nera touay on tnt
steamship Kaiser Wllhelm der Orosae. Her
nume was not on the vessel's passenger list,
but other passengers said she was on board,
accompanied by her mother. It has been
reported recentlv that the marriage or
Miss Oilman to Mr. Corey Is to take placa
Pennsylvania Declares Dividend.
pdii.adf.i.PHIA. MAy 1. The directors
of the Pennsylvania Rallfflsd company to
day declared the regular scsnl-annual dlr
ldend of 3Vfc per cent.
Knnsns City Live Slock Mnrket.
KANSAS CITY, May 1 CATTLE-Recelpts,
8,800 head, Including 2U0 southerns;
market steady to weak; choice export and
dressed beef steers, 8i..6J(ij.20; fair to good,
84.76w6.60; western fed steers, 84.26(1,0.00;
stockers and feeders, 33.60.ii6. 25; southern
steers, 34.OvNu6.40; southern cows, 83 fxtu-t 50;
native cows, 33.0041-4.86; native heifers, 33.75
66.36; bulls, 33. 26 -4 60; calves, 33 5.'u6,6t.
HOOS Receipts, 16,500 head; market 5c
lower; top, 36.46; hulk o' sales, 36.3.ti 40;
heavy, 3rl.26tvitl.32H; packers, tt.3.ii6.4o;
lights, IHJtxyii 4i; pigs, tr.,lyC,75.
BHEEP AND I-AML8 Receipts, 9,(300
head; market steady to strong: limbs, 37.10
4ji4.6Vi; ewes and yearlings, 35.60$ 6' ; west,
ern fed yearlings. fci.oowi.OO; western fed
sheep, 36.2i'o6.60; stockers and feeders, 34.0J
.1 69 8 80 II 430 4 55
J 6" t 10 II 430 4 II
Itl 471 4 it 14 IV7 4 II
8 7SK1 4 to e4 4 It
14 i 4 It U 114t 4 10
II IT 4 36 80 1141 I 75
26 ! 4 40 U lCWt I tt
1 MO 4 10
HOGS There was another liberal run of
hogs and a further decline In prloes. Ad
vices from eastern markets were all mors
or leas bearish and the local demand was
not so keen ss It has been recently, while
there waa little Inquiry for shipping an.
count. All claases of buyers preferred the
light snd bacon grades and paid a good
premium for them, while tha heavy hogs
were neglected and the last to sell at bot
tom figurea. The average weight IS run
ning considerably heavier than a year ago.
Last iuvulU Uit bogs avsrtLged ISA jouuda.
St. I.onls I.lvs Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS. May 1. CATTLE Receipts,
1.5U0 head, Including 100 Texana; market
steady; native shipping and expott ateers,
35.2(rj0.50; dressed beef and butcher ateers,
84.BiK"6.66; steers under 1,010 lbs., 34.0or64.96:
stockers and feeders, 33.50((i6.2f; cows and
heifers, 84.wil0.0o; Texaa and Indian eteera,
32.66416 60; cowa and heifers, ll.ii'4.4l.
HOGS Receipts, 7.6uO head: market
6c lower; pigs and lights, 36 00i6.60; pack
ers, 8U(Vu.56; butchers and beat heavy.
BHEEP Receipts. 1.000 head: market
steady native muttons. 13 MYa:z: lumha
34.0uii8.60; culls and bucks. 14. 7t4io.uO: stock-
Slnox City Live Stork Market.
SIOUX CITY. May l.-fSpeclal Teleirram.l
CATTLE Recelpta, l.hoo hegd; market
weak; atockera dull; beeves, 34. 604(6. 70;
cows, bulls and mixed, 33 60414 76; stockers
and feeders, 33.7Fyi,'4.6o; calves and yearlings,
HOGS Receipts, 8,700 head, market 10c
lower; selling at 36.io.a6. 26; bulk of sales.
BHEEP AND LA M BS Receipts, X,W
neau; maraer, sieaay.
St. Joseph Live Stock Market.
BT. JOSEPH, Mo.. May 1. CATTLE Re
ceipts, z.oitj head; market steady: natives
34.4oft.26: cowa and helfera. 32.2fxii6.0O:
siocaers ana ieeaers, h mui.
HOUS-Receipts, 8,001 head; market lOo
lower; top, pi. 46; bulk of aalea, 36 3"ij6 40.
BHEEP AND LAMBS-'Receipta, 4,024
head; market eteady; lambs, 38.Mrtu3.65;
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Condition of Trad and 4 notations on
Staple and Fancy Prodiot.
EGGS Par dos., I6H0.
BUTTER Packing Block, uVglac; cholos
to fancy dairy, 1ujoc; creamery, 80&260.
LIVE POULTRY Hens, lollc; old roost
srs, 5Hc; turkeys. 12c; ducks, He; young
roosters, Bc; geese, oc.
yiMSAiTLCH nuriaa, 4.rx.oo per
STRAWBERRIES Arkansas, 24-quart
case, m wjt .
COCOANUTS Per sack of 100, 4.00t
' TROPICAL FRUITS.
LEMONS L'monlera, 3uo size, 36.60; 160
tie. IS io ; other brands, boc less.
ORANGES Mediterranean Sweets, 150,
171 2o0, 216 and 250 sizes, 33-0; Drt, Ui, 288
sizes, 83.2a; California Nsvds, eatra fancy.
1.0. suv, 210. iw aizca, .tu; iancy, lie) s au.
W m; lao size, H uu; cnoica, large sizes, per
bANANAS Per medium-slsed bunch,
Iz.Wii io; jumuoes, t..uuu'j..
(SHAPE FRl'lT-Slzes t4 to 80, 35 76'a6.00.
FlGii California, bulk. 6Ve; s-crown
Turkish, 14c; 4-crowu Tuiklsh, 110; 3-crown
DATES Kada way, 54e; say srs, 6c; hal
lowis, 6c; usw stuffed walnut dates, 8-10.
pox. 1 1. uo.
NEW POTATOES Per lb.. o.
POTATOES Table stock, per bu., TutjSOc;
Sei1 Sloes. .)ciii.w.
NAVY REANS-Per bu.. 3166; No. 8. 3L60.
ti.cr 11. IB.
No. 1 ribs, 13Hc; No. 2 ribs, Hc; No. 1
ribs, 8c; No. 1 loin, 17 Vac; No. 2 loin. 134c
No. 8 loin. 13c; No. 1 chuck, 6,c; No. :
chuck, 6tc; No. 8 chuck, 6Vc; No. 1 round
t'jc; No. 3 round. c, No 2 round, tc
No. 1 plate, 4c; No. 2 plats. 3 Vic, No, I
NEW V EG STAPLES.
BEANS New wax aud string, per ham-
bEE I S, TURNIPS AND CA RROTS Per
Cut. liUt.CneS. t'4MOC.
CAB11A.GE Nc Texaa, par lb., 3Ho.
TtiMATUi rJ-Florida. 80-lb. crate. 33 66.
ON luiso i-tea or yellow t'jioiaao, it
bu., 11m, Texas silver skin, per erst, about
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS'
John W. McDonald, sheriff, to John
O Carlson, lots 11 and 12, block 6,
Walnut Hill t L17s
Charles A. Johnson, to Sarah Silvers,
lot 22. Iil.ck.13. Rose Hill addition..
Margaret K. Murphy and husband to
Else Smith, lot 10, block 6, Spring
Lake Park. South Omaha
Harvev V. Peckennautth and wife to
Owen Mahoiiey, part 4-15-13 vuus
Carletmi H. Woodward to John T.
Rrunnum, lot 1. block 10, Al
brletlit's Annex. South Omatia
Peter Dundls et al. to Chicago, Bur
lington yuircy naiiioau com
pany. part eVi lot 0, block 18, South
Patrick Sheeley and wife to Enmeat
Meyer, lot 14. Olock z, Mcuavocg
Aa O Keeffe a addition. South
D. C. Patterson, trustee, to George
P. Heinls Real Estate company, lots
8 and 4, block 3. Wise ft Parmalee's
addition, and other lots
N. P. Dodge. Jr., to Maria Dudgeon,
lot S, block C boggs & 1 lilUs) Sec
Robert O. Fink, county treasurer, to
O F. Easaaserr, lot IB, block 0,
a. F. EJsaseer and wife to Alfred
TL Pardurh, same
William Gruenlg to same, same
Joseph Marvin Hlatt to Jans Orcutt
Keeline, s lot o ana nis ieei ioi
7. block 16, West End addition
Frank Hellborn and wife to George
Krause and wife, lot 6, iiascau s
FJlzabeth Dufrene to Alfred R- Par-
dun, nl6 feet lot 16, block 6. nain
Howard Sax ton. to C. George Carl-
berg, lot 1, Aliens subdivision
William R. I lo man and wife to
Thomas Bpellman, lot 23. Diocg s,
Frank H. Parsons to Sidney Bwan-
aon, part lot 3, t.iook z. t-ara riacej. .
Bertha Hahn and husband to John
O'Neill, lot 8. block it), uwigni x
Lyman's addition ,
Fred H. Guthrie and wife to William
Guthrla, lot 8, . block 184, South
Joseph A. Fossek to Anton r"osBelc
and wire, iols a ana v, woca iv,
Kountte's Fourth addition
Sylvester A- Huntoon to Arthur F.
Wood, lots 17 ana is, diock 1, oowi
Ing Green addition
Peter Jessen, Jr. and wife to Martin
Wllg, lots 6 and 6, block 1, Missouri
Avenue. Park addition. South
Thomas B. Elllngwood and wife to
Alexander Heck, lot 6, Marlon Place
Thomas Tackaberry and wife to
Adrian Blanchard, fB feet lot 6 and
part lot 4. block 2, Boyd's add
Peter E. Her to Interurban Land com-
nanv. nart seV- neV, 12-14-12
Robert 6. Fink to Warren 8. Frank,
e12H feet lot 22, block 36, Albright's
Choice, Booth Omaha
John S. Collins to Edward C. Erfiinr
et al. taxlot 6 In 10-15-13 tsrOO
Arthur H. Keeline and wife to Joseph
Marvin Hlatt, sH lot 6 and nl2H
feet lot 7. block 1. Weat End add.. ' 1
United Real Eatate and Trust com
pany to Perla O. H ungate, lot 4,
block 10. K.iuntze Place 750
Casper K Yoat to Christine Q. Jrllller,
lot In Pruvn's subdlv 1
Joseph Ia Kelley to Fred Brodegaard,
lots 1 to IS. block 11. Saunders oV
Hlmebauah's Highland Park add.... 809
Pearl A. Welshans to Ellas Holovtch
lner, lot 6, block ., Omaha ' 1
Llnlnger implement company to
Iuls Peteraen, lot 10, block 8,
Marah's add 600
Joseiih B. Weat to Continental Tmat
company, lot 7, Black a siih.llv - 20
Lvale I. Abbott and wife to TJark F.
M-niinen. lot 2 and n34 feet lot 8.
Franklin fl iuare 13,000
Walter T. ColgTuve and wife to Chrla
tlana Johnson, lot 21, block t. Pat,
ters.n's tubdtv 1,050
E. J. Peaks and wife to Stncer Otis,
nl foot all feet lot 3. block I, Haw
Robert O. Fink to E, J. Peke, inn i
C F. Taylor et al to Rraddock II
Dunham, set feet lot 10, block 3,
Perkins' sulidlv 6,000
Ella J. Rogers and huel.an.l to J, F.
Carpenter, lot 10, block ?, Prerinan
Bouih Omaha Ind company to Mary
P Bpear. lot 6, block 141. auth
John budln et al to Joseph Hudln.
lot 1. block 16. 1st add to South
Rogers I tea.! Est.ite company to Joss-f
Ha lack a. a lot 6, block 11, 8. E.
-Rogwrs' add : I860
Total amount of transfers fuVit