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THK OMAHA SUNDAY l.KE: MAY 3. 1H10,
CKAO AND PRODUCE MARKET
Bulls Refuse to Consider Influence
of Raini.
PRICES ADVANCE STEADILY
While fbrk and Kansas
Halo, i:nrra He aorta Are t
fat arable. Cri Fallon a
W heat I anard.
' OMAHA. May 7. MlO.
flie heavy rains received In Nebraska and
Kansas were not considered bearish oy
leading bull. ... , i i
Crop report from east of tha Mississippi
river are not encouraging. HuylnK n1'""
general on unfavorable crop news n0
prices are steadily advancing.
The coin market lacked news, but P'"':
were steady and higher In sympathy wltn
wheat and good cash conditions.
Wheat opened strong and covering Dy
shorts and the strength of c"hMn.p!
easily sent prices up again today. ' J"
favoring the bull slda and a bull market is
expected next week, when government ng
i.res are Issued. .
Corn firmed tip with the advance In
wheat. The market was VrKn. hv
the exception of the renewed buin Dy
ash handlers and outside tra
offerings wera sold readily at yesterday a
'V-ri'm.ry wheat rec.lpt. war.
els and shipments were f bJ
against receipts last year of li.000 busheia
and shipments of 201.000 ushel.
Primary corn receipts were 1.9.000 bushels
and shipments were 630.000 bushels, against
tecelpts last year of 277.000 bushels and
shipments of 364,000 bushels.
Clearances were 85,000 bushels of corn,
none of oats and wheat and flour equal to
117.000 bushels.
There wss no market at Liverpool on ac
count of the death of King Kdward VII.
ixx-al renga of options:
Artlelis.lOpen.l High. I Low. I Close. I Ye y.
Wheat- I I I
May... 1 07 1 1 0!) 1 07
July... 1 OOHf 1 01 1 ou'41
Corn l I i
Mav... 684 BS' 6SV
July... W !
Oats I 1 I
May... 4l-'j,j 41H! l'il
July... 3Vr i I
1 09
1 01
I
5a
i
41 '4 1
89Vi(
LOT
1 00
14 VI; chnfce prstrle. $10.;.V8 11 n; choke al
falfa, $1 WUVM.
KO'Jf Market tc higher; current receipt,
new cases, $ft AO; miscellaneous esses. $0.46,
southerns, ts.ui; storage packed. In 70.
Receipts Shipments.
Wheat, bu I7.fi 7.'i
Corn, bu 27,) 41no
Oata, bu 11.000 4.000
WR4THER II THK GRAM BELT
Eireaalre Ralaa la Mlsaoarl and Kan
sas, tieaeral Ralaa Over Valleys.
OMAHA, May T, 1910.
The barometric depression, noted In the
southwest Trlday morning, moved slowly
northeastward during the last twenty-four
hours, and la central over the lower Mis
souri and middle Mississippi valleys this
morning. This disturbance Is causing con
tinued unsettled weather in the central
valleys, and rains sre falling this morn
ing along the lower Missouri river and east
over the middle Mississippi and lower Ohio
valleys. The rains of the Isst twenty-four
hours wera general over the valleys, and
excessive rains occurred In Missouri and
eastern Kansas. While no heavy falla oc
curred In Nebraska, the rains were gen
eral over the state, and were well dis
tributed. The weather remains generally
cloudy west of the Missouri river to the
mountains, but It has cleared In the moun
tains and west to the coast. Temperature
changes have been slight and unimportant
over the plains states, but they are higher
In the eastern and southern slates; In the
extreme northwest and on the Pacific slope.
The weather will be wermer In this
vicinity Sunday, with fair tonight and Sun
day. The following shows the temperature and
precipitation fur the last three years:
1910. 1901). 190s. 107
Minimum temperature.... 45 4 as 43
Preolpltatlon ii .00 .00 .00
Normal temperature for today, GO de
grees. lieficlency In precipitation since March 1,
Inches.
corresponding period In lttos,
l)ef iriency
1.18 Inches.
Deficiency
1.69 Inches.
U A
corresponding period In 1908,
WELSH. Local Forecaster.
Cora sail Wheat
Rrgloa Dalletla.
For Omaha. Neb., for the twenly-four
hours ending at ii a. m., 75th meridian time,
Saturday, May 7, 1910:
OMAHA DISTRICT.
Temp. Rain
Oat"
124
15
Omaha Cash Prlees.
WHKAT-No. I hard. $1.05H108'i: No. 3
hard. S1.02ttMN"V. No. 4 hard, 3ctl1.01;
No. 2 prlng. $l.O5'ul.06; No. 3 spring,
ll.0Mil.044; No. 2 durum, 80tS7c; No.
durum, fttf88a
CORNNo. 2 while. Kl&fiS'ic; No. 3 white,
fil'fi4c; No. 4 white, 0.itmiV4c: So. color,
Hf'4c; No. 2 yellow. BSMrtitiOc; No. 3 yellow,
hr(i594c; No. 4 yellow, 67(ii67c; No. 2, 594
fiOc; No. 3, 59(fcrp9Uc; No. 4, WHftiiVHc; no
grade. r,0E3c.
OATS Standard. 414ti41c: No. 3 white,
4KU41'ic: 5to. 4 while. 40V4le; No. 3 yel
low, 0-uAc; No. 4 yellow, 3g40c; mixed,
394W40C.
BARLEY No. 4. Wfcolc; No. 1 feed, 479
490 ; rejected. 44'54l!c.
RYE No. 2. 7a47c; No. 3, 72WWic.
Carlot Herelpls.
VVneat. Corn
Chicago 8 61
Minneapolis 126
Omaha 4 5S
Duluth 20
C1IICAUO tiHAIN AND PROVISIONS
Features of the Trading; and Closing
Prlcea on Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, May 7. Short sellers were on
the run In the wheat pit today. Leading
longs had the whip hand, forcing covering
on stop-loss orders and doing considerable
In the way of taking profits. The deferred
futures doted Mi He to c up, and May
lc. Corn finished unchanged to 'c off,
and oats unchanged to a shade higher. Pro
visions showed 10c loss to 24c gain.
Except for a trace of easlnesn, which
came at the outside snd was due to flue
rains In the winter wheat country, a con
dition of nervous strength prevailed from
elart to finish. In the last half of the ses
sion the bears were In a seml-panlc. Liv
erpool was unofficially higher, the Mlchl
gun crop report noted a condition 2 points
lower than a month ago and the prospects
were for a. decided decrease. Anxiety as
to the government report Monday regard
ing diminished acreage was without any In
dication of letup and kept the bears In
misery. The atock of contract wheat held
here In public and private houses was re
ported to be not more than 2,500,000 bu. Sep
tember sold between 11.024 and $1.03,. clos
ing at tl.WVs 1.01V a net advance of 4
Corn scored a fairly good early advance.
The May-July difference Is now under 2c,
s against a trifle more than 4c a week ago,
when there was liquidation because of ex
pected large deliveries. Cash corn has stead
ily gained in strength since. The week's re
ceipts here were a jout 1. 500.000 bu. less than
the shipments. The cash market today was
Hbout steady. No. a yellow, Iji64c. Septem
ber raiiRed from 63V(63;c to 644c and
closed easy at tVl'sC
Oats were a trifle firmer, helped by the
advance In wheat. Trade was at a min
imum. September fluctuations kent within
4c and the option closed at 38,'li ie. Dre-
Stations. Max. Mln. fall. Sky.
Ashland, Neb 4S 43 .r,2 Cloudy
A ..Y.. Vh 1H 41 F.1 floilri'
i IH'k'n Bow, Neb! W) 40 .10 Cloudy
Columbus. Neb... 4S 12 .47 Cloudy
i',,iWpi.ii vh rjl lit 17 Cloud V
Falrbnry, Neb... 52 43 .21 Cloudy
394 Fairmont. Neb... 4S 41 .46 Cloudy
(Jr. Island. Neb.. 4 41 .08 Cloudy .
Hartlngton, Neb Cloudy
Hastings. Neb.... 49 41 .25 Cloudy
Holdrege. Neb... 52 4.1 .00 Cloudy
Oakdale, Neb 48 41 .03 Cloudy
dr., -ho Kh- u 41 .M Cloudy
MTekamah. Neb... 49 42 .8 Cloudy
Alta, la. 4 42 .3.) ciouay
Carroll. Ia 47 41 .. tiouav
Clarlnda. Ia 4 42 . 80 Raining
Sihlev, la 45 41 .43 cinuoy
Sioux City, la... 4t 44 . 29 Cloudy
Minimum temperature for twelve-hour
period ending at I a. m. Not Included
In averages.
DISTRICT STATIONS.
No. of Temp
Districts. Stations. Max. Mln
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Death of Xing Edward Has Little
Effect on Pricei.
PLAN TO CLEAR FINANCIAL SKIES
Rankers Take Large Blocks of
Railroad Seearltlea to Be Placed
at - Home and In
K arose,
I
NEW YORK, May 7. (Special Telegram.)
The news of the serious Illness ot King
Edward In the middle of tha present week
had a more serious effect upon the stook
market than his death. It was believed
that tha turn for tha better which the
niarket took In tha middle of the week
was a substantial one.
The railroad financing abroad and the
rise which accompanied the news here took
a large part of the bear section by sur
prise and It was obliged to retreat, al
though it attempted to take refuge In
the news of King Edward's Illness and
aeath. The bear party la supposed to have
suffered heavy losses.
. The placing of great bond Issues abroad
means the clearing of financial skiea In
the I'nlted States. Financial men believed
there could be no genuine confldanoo In the
future until a condition had been reached
where there was a market upon which
railroads could sell their 34 per cent bonds
to an advantage. In the last two years the
bond market In this country has been so
narrow that the placing of 4 per centa here
meant nothing. If not a loss to the com
panies Issuing.
It was announced after the close of the
Stock exchange today that Kulin, Loeb &
Co.. and Speyer & Co., Jointly had pur
chased from the Baltimore St Ohio 140,000.
OiiO three-year 44 per cent notes and that
they will be placed by bankers here and In
Europe. These note are part of a $60,Ww,0i0
Issue of which 310,000.000 Is bolng reserved.
On the weeks' currency movement New
York banks gained 17.043,000. On transfer
operations with the International banks
there was a net gain of t7.&M,00Q, but a loos
of fii,225.O00 on sub-treasury operations. No.
gold exports.
Out of respect to King Edward the stock
market was In session only an hour today.
The opening was generally higher. Southern
Pacific advanced 4 on Initial sales. This
helped L'nlon Pacific, which immediately
ascended 4. A wide opening occurred In
steel prices ranging from 814 to 824. but
closed higher. Trading turned dull after
thirty minutes trading, with a slight de
cline. Southern Railway Issues were
stronger on rumor that dividends would
be resumed on the preferred stock. The
sales were' 261,034 shares.
Money on call was nominally 4 per cent.
Sterling exchange was strong. 4 per cent
higher today. All bonds were firm.
Number of ssles and principal quotations
on stocks' Were as follow:
Salsa. High. Low. Clou.
genrrsl fund. 8isiC.271; current liabilities.
l0f.,TW7.4U: working hslsnce In treasury of
fices, 820.124.iM.''.; In bsnks to credit of trcss
urrr of the Cnlted Pistes, 8.15,206. 4W; sub
sidiary silver coin. I21..M3.7!); minor coin,
II.1OS.720; total balance In general fund, 8S1,-Os!.477.
v York Moner Market.
NEW YORK. May T.-MONEY-On cell,
nominal. Time loans, stcsdv; sixty days
and ninety dsvs, 4'it4 p-r cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER M
54 I'r cent.
STERLINU EXCHANC.E Rarely steady,
with actual business In bankers' bills st
34.8454.842j for slxty-dnv bills and at ft.Ki
for demand; commercial bills, 84.834 4. l.
SILVER Har, 6;rc; Mexican dollars,
44c.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad.
Irregular.
Closing quotstlons on bonds were as
tonne a:
..lOMitnt. M. M. 4'tl
. .10" JlDin 4
Mo 4Vfr
..1UHK. ('. So. lit ....
..U4HU S. dab. J!.:'....
. .1141,. a N. unl. 4"
.. 77VM.. K. 4 T. IK 4..
10H, do -n. 4S
1004 Mo. Px-lfic 4..
74N. R. R. ot M 4S.
InHWN. Y. C. S. Js
V. 0. ref. 2d rex -
do ref. Za roupun.
so Sa, realmervd
do la coupon
do 4s . registered ,
do 4a coupon
Allls--tiil. 1st sa...
Am. At 6
Am. T. T. ct. ta
Am. Tobacco 4a
rln Da
Armour A Co, 44a.. tij do dab 4a.
e.14
mil.
4'
i4
:
H'
'4
S3
Atrhlaon frn. 4a...
do ct. 4a
do ot. ta
At. C. U lit 4....
B. A O. 4
o S4a
do . W. 44i
Brk. Tr. ct. 4a
Oan. of Oa. do
Can. Leather &a....
C. ot N. J. (. oa.,
Chea. A Ohio 4S..
do raf. (a
Chlcaio A. 'i.
C , B. ft U. I. 4l .
do gen. la
H.
lit
N. Y.. N
. uH ct. e
.111 .N. ft W
. 4S do ct. 4a
. No. Pa.lflc 4...
. oi4 aa0 3,
. iio. S. L. ndg. 4:
ft H.
41.
ni',4
103H
.. 711,
V..1 b
4a 77
... MVk
Columbus, 0 17 t- 42
Louisville, Ky 19 66 48
Indianapolis, lnd.. 12 64 44
Chicago. Ill 26 4 42
St. Louis. Mo 13 5s 44
Des Moines, Ia.... 14 M 44
Minneapolis. Minn. SO 58 38
Kansas City, Mo.. 24 M 44
Omaha. Neb 19 48 42
Rain
fall. .00
.40'
.40
.40
l.0
.80
.40
1.0)
.40
Excessive rains were general In Missouri
and eastern Kansas during the last twenty
four hours, and moderate rains were gen
eral In all other portions of the corn, and
wheat region, except the Columbus district.
Freezing temperatures are reported In the
extreme upper Mississippi and Missouri val
leys. I,. A. WtfLHH.
Local Forecaster, Weather Bureau.;
clsely last night's price.
rrnvlslons: Pork whs TVftlOc down
Kill bo up and ribs 2ltfjf5c lower.
LesdliiK futures ranged as follows:
lard
Articles.) Open. High. Low. Cloee. Yes y,
NEW YORK GENERAL. MARKET
on Varloas
K
16, UK)
:no
1"0
l.lUi)
6.2i!0
Oi.O
47',
74
41
lot
in
Wheat
Mav
July
Sept.
Corn
May July
Kept.
Dec.
oats
May July
fern.
Pork
July Sept.
Lard
July Pept.
Rlhs
July
Sept.
I1I3V14I
10l'8-06
.lOJ's-tBI
1 16i,l
1 0ft'
1 0Jl
I
i iny i is ) i isi,i
i "4'ini os'iim-oa
1 02',1 02VtHl 1 m
lilrl',1,l 615,i 60',
"'iW'i'tf'il
o"sl
64
5Tii
I
424 1
4041i'
X i 36
12 N
12 46
12 35
12 X2
4'-"l
40'l
22 37S!
Ti SIM
12 So
12 55
12 40
12 32
I
61 til
t.2'41 G3
63;63!aVu4
681 6H
o81
I
4'-,,4! 42HI 42H
4lS140,fal 404
3S'i38'i(3!381!''a- I
22 10 23 25 I 22 45
2 171 22 37V.' 22 46
12 45
12 35
12 25
12 20
12 65
12 66
12 40
12 32W
12 60
12 62V,
12 42V,
12 35
No. 2.
lilota,lons wr a follows:
h LOL'R yuiet; winter patents. 84 WKj5 10
VZL'I 'W1"' 4.25'?4 s: "P'lnK straights
84oO'n4.i5; bakers. I4.00ijj4.9o.
nm-no. i, liKgsoc. i
BARLEY Keed or mixing, 4i&S2c; fair to
choice malting, 6f$i63c.
SEEDS Flax. No. 1 southwestern, 82.30;
No. I northwestern, 12.40. Timothv. U 2i
Clover, 111.26.
(? 6;i L"r,d.IerJw) lba ti2 - Sn" t ribs,
aides (loose), I12.40ta 12.62V. Short clear sides
l boxed), 813.50ii13.6m4.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
I?.u.a! l? lll'm bu- Primary receipts were
LD.tuO bu., compared with 178,000 bu. the
corresponding day a year ago.
Estimated receipts for Moniiay: Wheat
9ii''i?: 0,'n 69 rttr; oau- 111 cars; hugs.
82,000 head.
Chicago Cash Prices-Wheat: No. 2 red
ll.15til.17V,; No. 2 red. ll.lKUd.liV,; No. 2
hard, 1.14VU116,; No. 8 hard. $1.084,1.15
i,ir"o: c"!,h- 6"-TI2'ic; No. 3 cash,
eifio2c; No. 2 white, 6tiit46Vc: No. 3 white.
M'liUWHc: No. 2 yellow. TWe; No. S
yellow. 26Sc. Oats: No 2 white. 44'44i45c;
white, 42t&444c; standard. 44Vtt'4Ac
BtTTKR Easy; creameries, 23U27c:
dairies. 22V20e. u-.,
EUUS Steady; receipts. 18,178 cases: at
murk, cases Included. 16tflSc: firsts. 18Vc
prime firsts, inc.
CHEESE Steady; daisies, 1415c; twins
iai4c: young Americas. !4i14Vrc; long
horns. 14V4.tfl4c.
rTjiA TOKS steady: choice to fancy. 2s
POL'LTRY-yuiet; turkeys. 15c; chickens,
li;c
VEAL (Julet; 80 to 60-lb. weights, Mt'.ic;
0 to 8i-lh. weights, 4ti0c; 58 to 110-lb.
weights. 101 Hi'.
Chicago Receipts Wheat, t cars; corn,
M cars; oats, 124 cars. Estimated Tomor-'-Wheat,
10 cars; corn, ts cars; oats, 111
tars.
Qaotatloaa of the Oar
' Commodities.
NEW YORK, May 7. FLOUR Dull' and
without change; spring patents. $6.265.66;
winter patents, $5.Glij&.u0; winter extras.
No. 1, t4.0OU4.:i0; Kansas strelghts, $4. 804
6.00; winter straights. $4.8166.00; spring
clears, $4.2O-4.50; winter extras. No. 2, $3.75
&4.00; receipts. 31,329; shipments, 882.
RYE FLOUR Steady; fair to good, $4.25
t&4.4b; choice to fancy. $4.404r4.6O.
CORN M KAL Steady ; fine white and yel
low. $1.4031.45; coarse, $1.2601.30; klld dried,
$a.2T.
WHEAT Spot, firm; No. 2 red. $1.17,
nominal, c. I. f.; No. 1, northern, $1.21,
nominal, opening, navigation; option mar
ket: Wheat was quiet, but prices were firm
on small offerings, predictions ot frost In
the southwest and expectations of bullish
government reports, closing at lkc decline
to 'c advance; May, $1.17?1.1, closed
$1.18; July. $1.12V1.13'V closed $1.13H; Sep
tember. 91.lOfil.10 3-16, closed, 91.10; re
crlps. 97,200 bushels.
CORN Spot. firm. No. 2. .60Vc nominal,
elevator, domestic. basis; export. No. 2, tW'-io
nominal, f. o. b.; option market was with
out transactions, closing unchanged to Vic
higher; May closed, 6Vc; July, 72'c; Sep-
teioher. 71.c. ReCelotS. 4.500 bushels.
OATS Snot, firm; mixed. 26 and 32
pounds nominal; natural white. 26 and 32
pounds, 4648c; clipped white, 84(642 pounds,
47ifif21)4c. Option market was without trans
actions, closing nominal. Receipts, 33,500
bushels. .
HAY Firm; prime, 91.20; No. 1, $1.12V4
L17; No. 9. $L003L06; No. 8. 96o$1.00.
HOPS Dull; state common to choice, 1909,
2ig25c; 1D08. nominal; Pacific Coast, 1S09,
14H7'18c; 1908. nominal.
HIDES Firm; Central America, 23.323ViC;
Bogota, 22V4(S23Vtc.
LEATHER Quiet; Hemlock firsts. 38
29c: seconds, 23tfr27c; thirds, 222oc; rejects,
205i21c.
PROVISIONS Pork, steady; mess, $24.00
fi24.50; family. $26.0ft(J:7.00; short clears,
$2.'iOOW27.50. Beef, firm; mess, $15.OSl.0O;
family. $19.001120.00; beef hams. $24.00(426.00.
Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies, 10 to
14 pounds. $15.50tgi7.00; pickled hams, $1600
16 50. Iard. easy; middle west, prime
steam, $13.00g'13.10; refined, easy; continent,
$13 00; South American, $14.50; compound,
$10.00tl0.50. "
tai.IjOW-Oulet: prime, city hhds., T 3 16c;
! country, GV&?c.
RICE (Juiet; aomesiic, iwiik:, nun,
BUTTER Essv; creamery. specials,
29Hc- extras. IS'.jc; thirds to firsts, 2528c;
state dalrv finest. 28(928V4c; common to
prime, 23fj27c; procesa specials, 26c; seconds
to extras, "K325c; imitation creamery, 23Vt9
24Vxc
CHEESE Steady; state. full cream,
new average best, 13c: state full
cream, new common, loViUllc.
EGGS Steady and unchanged: fresh gath
ered, regular packed, extra firsts, 21Vrfl
f firsts 20f(21c.
POULTRY Alive, nnseiiien.; orouere,
fi$1.0 per pair; fowls. 1i'4c; turkeys, 10
15c. Dressed, stesay; rowis, nojuc; tur
keys. 17(9 23c.
lllla.n,,lmwl nfrf
I Amalgamated Couper H.2M0 67
Aniartian Agricultural
Am. BM Sugar ..
American Can
Am. C. A T 1.100 i
Am. Cotton Oil 400 65
Am. H. A L. prd
Am. Ice Bacurlttea
Amatican Llnaced ....
American Ijocomotlva
Am. 8. ft R
Am. 8. ft R. pM
Am. Steel Koundrlra. ..
Am. Dugor Ketlnlng...
Alfl. T. ft T.
Am. Tobacco pfd
Amorlraa Woolan
Anaconda Mining Co..
Atchison
Atchlaon plil
Atlantic ooaat Una
Baltimore ft Ohio 7U0 104 V's
Hethlehem Btoal
Brooklyn Rapid Tr .0 7
Cenadlan. Paclflo , l.l'
Central UaaUiar 4,400 41H
Oantral Leather pfd .
iwitril nf New Jereav
Chen peak ft Ohio S.700 K7x
t;hlcago ft Alton, offered
Chicago Ot. W., dot.-
C. O. W. pM
Ohtcago A N. W
C, St. ft M. P
C, C, C. A 8t. L
Colorado T. I
Colorado A Southern
Conaolldated Oaa
Corn Producta
Ualawara ft iludeon
Denver ft Rio uranda....
D. ft R. G. pfd
D:atlllera' Sacuiitlaa
Krla ;
Kris :w pfd
Krla id pfd
Uanaral Electric
Uroat Northern pfd
Great Northern Ore ctta. .
Illinois Central
interboroush Mai
Int. Mat: pfd
International Harvester
Int. Marine pfd.:
International Paper
International Pump
Iowa Central
Kansas City So
K. O. So. pfd
Lacleue Uaa
Loulavllle ft N
Minn. A St. i..
M.. 81. P. A 8. 8. M
M., K A Ti.
M. K. A T. pfd
Mlraourl Pad I in
National Biscuit
National bead
N. K. R. of M. 2d pfd ..
New York Central
N. Y.. O. A W.....
Norfolk A Western
North American
Northern Pacific 600 12S
Pacific Mall 20O !'
Pennsylvania 4.700 litis
People's Oaa 50 1U7'
P., C. C. ft 8t. L 1U0 lOmi.
Pittsburg Coal
Prewd . Steel Car
Pullman Palace, Car
Railway steal Spring....
Heeding
Republic Steal
Republic Steel pfd.
Hock Island Co
Rock Island Co. pfd
St. U 8. F. id pfd..
St. Louis 8. W
at. U S. W. pfd
Sloes-Sheffield S. A I...
Southern Pacific
Southern Railway
So. Hallway ptu.. ,
Tenneaseo Copper
Tessa at Pacific...
T., St. L. ft W...
T., St. L. A W. pfd....,
Union Pacific
Union Pacific ptd..t.
U. 8. Really..
U. 8. ' Rubber
U. 8. Steel
U. 8. -Steel pfd
L'tah Copper
Va. -Carolina .Uhamlcal
WabasQ
Wabash pfd
Wefiern Msxyland ctfa.
Wefttlnghoifse Klectrla .
Weateni t'slon
Wheeltna ft L. E
Total isuea . lor tna aay, iis.uuu ausrea.
lO) 44
1(K) 2ti4
' oo iiwi
l.DOO lSVaj
1.900
tM 134',,
"ion
m i
100 23
3M
SOU 4I
" SVOO 134
100 43
1.200 1'0S,
2. 100 o.'i
1.000 U'iSt
iiH) 4ol,
MO 20
"itin ia
)) 1M
SU0 14iVs
" ioo iiiii
S.SOO 41
.V) 69
"'700 7iii
8.0O4 lit'j
1,400 1WS
900 42
700 101
o4
64
4.
"S'S
134H
'sin
1015
-.1
144
)v
844,
44
2(i
14944
13,4s
6
13344
i '
84i
'294
24
44
1S3V
u
6344
464)
20
145
iiii,
lm
'75 "
M
42S
101 Vi
128)" "
Hit,
106?,
100
C. M. ft S.I
C, R. 1. A P
1o rfg. 4a....
Colo. lnd. 6s
Colo. Mid. 4a
I A R. r. ft a. 44e
I), ft H. ct. 4i
D. ft R. O. 4a
do raf. oa
Olstllleri 6s
Krle p. 1. 4a
do gen. 4s
do cv. 4a, aer. A.
do aertea B
Gen. Elec. CT. 6
III. Can. lat ref. 4a. S
lnt Met. 4t SI
Did. Offered.
SlSPrnn. ct. Sl,s 1916...
..llTe do con. 4s
.. a"" Reading gen. 4
..'8, 481. L. ft 8. r. ft. 4a.
..h do gen. .'is
.. t1?.St U S W. c. 4S...
.. 70 do 1st gold 4k
.. K.i,erord A. 1.. 4s...
.. lHHSo. Pacific c. 4s
do ct. 4s
du l' ref. 4s
d Railway 6a
do gen. 4f
74 Union Pai lllc 4s..
7 do ct. 4s
yt do 1st ei ref. 4s
9 1 t. 8. Rubber da. . .
H t . 8. Steel M on.
. "Va.-csro. CJiem.
tl Vis tin h let 6a
75 do 1st ft ex. 4a.
14V,W'etern Md. ..
tn West. Klec. ct. 6a
..13s Wis. Centicl 4a
5'i
102"l
7
8
10)
7t
RHs
MM
... w
...01
... 941,
. . .104
... 77
...loll,
...I'll1
... (WH
...l'tla
...104
os. 9!V,
,...ltV
....iH
... Sf,
to
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Beef Steer9 Steady, Feeder Lower
for the Week.
UUmUU, T"'1r7 s-issbsbtwwi
The Cornisii Apar.ments
. afai
Xcntli and Wllllnm -streets
HOGS SHADE HIGHER FOR WEEK
.tbeeii and l.t. axis I'm enl -"1 vf
Klft Cents l.nnrr Then tiu
Week Ano, trlth Belter
Kellnu Ml t losv.
SOUTH UMAII.l,
Otiiciui ,uiiU.t
t-flUL-isi i atiuuj
w'lllClut l VU.,tBOlj
.'l.iClal '1mu.ioi.uj
Olncirti 1'i'Kiay
chiiiiiuie Oaiuluay
Six day this week...
rf.nuo ti.ts last Vii-fh..
.-ante uas it v.eeks utiu
.-!. lO Uta.. S O ntfj H,U
Bailie aaya 4 Wvoks U-o
satnu uus lul yeul....
The fullowlng table shows
of tattle, in.gs anu sheep al
tur the ytai tu ot.it-,
yvar: i;.n.
Cttiile
Hogs
.sm t p
'1 he following
.OiJ,42
.7lh..l.l
.624.01J
table.
Xi.fitIO
l,t,uJ
i..,l.l
Ut,i.tM
J0,u44
uo,oo4
tl.e tectlpts
Suiuti uina.ia
uim atttl w t.i imt
l.v. lli.. I'vC
a,AI,u!.') .1,W
.1..,fKi. 22s),ull
oiu,.b.i 4u,74o
shows the average
prices of liu, ut south uniana lor ma last
euvtinl day Vi uli coniput isuns:
X-'ate. 11)10. il!SJI).jli.l;l0i.lLIOti.i:'0...ll)O4.
Mo. Pac. ct. 6a ctfe. . 84
4D
M
42
86
10
(,
6a
J
24
)
4i
77H
13V,
123
134i
44
i4l,
40V,
1011
101
124
1'I8
2i
"8
18o
41
10
2ti0 ,
"
4.7
!'6
t
149
82
37
1
134
13
173
39
79
29
441i
3
1W
133
l,:l
1JJ',
i;0,
6)
J
17
Uli
44
m
23
4
19"4
14.1
m
183
414
IS
bij
109
75Uj
29
119
C
101
704
12
M
l.il
o;
loo
Local feparltlra.
Quotations ftirnlshetl bv Samuel Burns,
Jr., 033 New York hlfe building, Omaha:
Mi i As
Deatrlcs Creamery, com
City ot Omaha 4s, 1934
Cudihr Packing Co. ia
Iowa Portland Cement bonda
lows Portland Cement con. bonda.
Kanau City Stock tarda stock
Long Dell Lumber Co
Nebraska Tel. stock, I per cant
North Platte Valley lrrl. Co. a, 1920..
Omaha Water Co. 6s. lilt
Omaha Water Co. 6a, 1946
Omaha v'aur Co. d pid
Omana Gas 6s, 1917
Omaha Gas Da, 1914
Omaha E. L. ft P. 6a, 191.1
Omaha K. L. pfd 6 per cant
Omaha St. Ry. ta, 11114
Omaha as C. B St. Ry. 6s, 1931...
Omaha OS C. U. St. Ry. pfd
Onmha tc C. B. St. Ry. com
Omaha ft C. B. Ry. B. pfd
Pacltlo T. ft T. la, ,937
South Omaha 6a, City of
Sloua City stock yarda pfd
Topeka hy. ia, llo
United Kannaa P C. Co. s, 1920
To net 6 per c'nt.
1
91
99
99
t'J't
9
100
... M
... 12
... 98
... 104
... 94
...
... 99
... 9
... Ill
... 73
... 46
... 9S
... !(
0
119)
99
li
100
100
I'll
101
9i
13
94
101
99
83
100
9
44
74
il
9t
I'Wjs
0
9
98
April it.. D 04 6 Diii 6 2 SS, 8 S4, B 1 4 ii
rtpnl ie..j w, V Oct; o .'n t Ut a 10 4 'ti
I 01, 0 o4 k - I 0 ll w
6 3 D 40( V ti '), I 4 W
It itoi 0 411 ti ;4 b i6 5 11,
o j4, 0 il t 2M D 1- 4 57
7 01 ill a ti 97 1 5 ll 4 t.5
7 W, 6 Id! b iol 6 6 2B 4 l
I 00, tt o I AMI U ..vi 1 ''-
b Di b ti 1!4, I s 2o 4 I
I Lit II
A IM ll
May 1
May a
May H
May 4
May b
Jlay
May
h.
U
I 8 H
I
I Olfbl
I 4
i I' Oo'l
I 1D)1
I 27-:..
... I K IK'.ei 6 tw a ol' b 8 lij
I 4 W
Sunday.
lteceipta and dinposltloii of live stock ut
I'liiuti tsiocK yuri!, oouili Oitiahu, lor tno
lv,enty-iuur hours onk-u ut i p. in. r rlday:
HKCKll'i ss CAUJs.
L'atiU'.llugs.M'r's.
C. M. & St. P
Wabash
AiioBouil r"uciric
Ltiion I'd ci lie
U. c N. . least)
C. cc iv. V. ineKt)
C , rtt. P., M. Ac u
C, 14. Of. Q. (otiBt)
C, Ji. ot v. (Meat)
C, li. I. o; i'. least)...
C, it. 1. oc 1. (weui)....
1
1
1
V
i
U
l
t
1
1
ID M. vi . . . ; .... "'.-I 71
E . vli( I X-iK . k-
- Iocated In one of the most pleasant districts In the city, llavo
every modern convenience, including steam heat, janitor service, hot
and cold water, gas ranges, kitchen' cabinets, window shades, and auto
garage. Call and Inspect, and be convinced that these apartments are
most desirable as to location, arrangement and finish, and in every
respect. Two apartments left at $45.00 each, three at ?50 each, and
two elegantly furnished apartments at $75 each.
W. Farnam Smith Co.
1320 Farnam Street
ia -
llostun Stocks u lid Bonds.
BOSTON, May 7. Closing- Quotations on
wei e.
.... 40 Mohawk
. ... Nevada Con
!IJ Nlpieaing Mines
6 North- Butte
4 North Lake
15 old Dominion ...
II Oi-ceola
l(Parroit S. Ac
681, tiuincy
675 Shannon
)5 Superior
80 Superior ft B. M
7 Superior it P. C
11 Tamarack
;ru. s. c. & o
41 U. 8. S. K. ft M..
8 do pfd
14 l'tah Con.
8t'tah t'opper Co....
, f.2Winona
, 11 Wolvarlna
. 214
mitiinij stocks
Alloties
Ainal. Copper ....
A. Z. L. ft 3
Arizona Com
A'Uuitlc
B C. IX ft C. rcia.
H. ft C. C. ft 8. M.
Butte Coulltlon
t'al ft Arlsona
I J I. ft Hecla
Centennial
Copper Ranue o, C.
Kast Uutte c. M
Franklin
Clroux Con
tiraniby .Con
Ureena CAnanes ....
Isle Royale Copper..
Kerr Luke
Lake Copper
La Salic Copper
Miajul Copper
.. 47
... .9
... 9
.. tl
.. 10
.. 3;i
..JM
.. 1J
... 74
.. 10
.. M)
.. 9
.. 11
.. 47
.. 33
40-1t
48
20
43
'
110
Total receipts 2 41 1
J-UtiPo.smoN HEAD.
e Cuttle. H08S.
Omaha Packing Co n)
awut anil ijompuny
v uuuhy i-acKint; Co n
Armour & i.'c h:l
dcnwartx-i3oien Co lu
JJuipny, Hlnipin' Jia
otiivi uuyeis Pi
Totals 1 I'.Oci
e,v York Curb Market.
The following quotations are furnished by
Logan &. Bryan, 310 South Hlxtee.th street:
Bay State Gs
Boston Cons
Butle Coalition
Cactus
Chlno
Chief Cons
Iavia-Ialy
Kl Cor.e
Ktuiiklln
Glioux
Goldfleld Cons
Ortene Canaanca..
, 24 Inspiration
IS ..rose
18.ero'la Cons
aNf-house
10Oii.. copper
l4rtav ventral
lSwlft Pkf. Co
60 Sears, Roebuck t o.
ilSuprtor Pitts...,
7 Totiopah Mining
4 Trinity Ooppar.. .
. 4
. 79
41
.
.'.0Ji
.1.4
.
Near York Mlulnff Stocks.
NEW YORK. May 7. Closing; quotations
mining stocks wer
1H
37
lit!) 12 162 ltil
100 38 M 31
34,COO 167 1664. IX
100 34 ii 33
7
6,200 44 43 14
el
:00 4ii 4 46
2J
7I
73
39.400 11.. 181 126
600 28 24 2
') 61 to ' )
. I0 27 n 27
700 32 31 I S14i
IjO 3844 3 3. '1
43
K,0 141 17!l UiHi
200 14 4 84
72
6.1) i" 40 40
68. K) 82 81 81
7.10 117 117 117
:,4 - 43 41 43
700 67 67 67
4tio :o 19 ie
:,1' 43 42 43
100 44 44 43
, ti
400 48 68 48
Kaasaa 4 lly Grala anal Provlsloaa.
KANSAS CITY. May 7,-WHEAT-May.
Jl OiiS,. sellsrs; July. Jl.00. bid; September.
IS1.jai,e. sellers. Cash, unchanged to lc
iiiicher; No. x hard. $1. Will 11; No. S. ll.OTia
1 12; X.. 1 rej. tl .IMA Ml; No. 1. $1.03L11.
tOKN-Mt), lc; July. oJWo. sellers;
SfWsmber. WSfwlOc, sailors. Cash, un
changed to lo hlh-her: No. 1 mixed.
b4t; No. S, oiV,,.; No, white, too; No.
I, tU)fc.
OATti-Unchangrd. dull; No. t white, 4iUi
46c: No. i muted. 4042c.
HYt-7Jo.
Hl'TTKR I'nchanned; rieatnery, extras,
tsc-; XL: sis, ac; seconds, !4c; packing; stork,
WAY Unchanged j cboic Umotbyv 1110041
St. I.onls General Market.
ST DOVTIS. Mav 7-WHEAT Futures
hlsrher; Mny. $1.13; July. $1.04. Cash higher;
track, No. 1 red. $1.; No. 2 hard, 1.17fji
1.1RV. "
CORN Futures. Mav. ttWiOtfec: July. Me.
Cash hither; track. No. I. 6.1c; No. 2 white,
6WI70C.
OATS Futures firm; May. 42c: July. 40c.
Cash firm; track. No. 3, 42V,e; No. 2 white.
4F7i4V.c.
ItYK Nominal, SOc.
FI.Ol'R Firm: red winter patents,
I V4nR.T0; extra fnncv, and strslarht.
$4.70(1-1.60; hard wlnttr clears, $3.7543'
$4.10.
PF.FX) Timothv. $3.0051.60.
CORNMEAl, $3.25.
TtHAN Steady; sacked east track,
$l.oafri,04. l;
HAY Stesdv; timothy, $14.60 1 8.50;
prslrle. tO.O0tf11.50.
BAiiaiNd 7 He.
UBIMP TWINE Tc.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged; lob
hint;. $?!.00. Lard unchanged; prime
steam, $l2.724f 1 2.12. , Drv salt meats,
lower: boxed extra lihorts. 14 c: clear
ribs. 14 c: short clears. 14Sc. Baron,
lower: hnxed ex'ra shorts. 15 4ac; clenr
rih 1 6 r : short clears. 15S.
rtn Li t 1 nteaoy; rnirsens. nc;
springs, 23c; turkeys. 17c; ducks, 12o; geese,
U-r.
Rl'TTF.R Higher: creamery,
EGOS Steady. 194e.
Reeeints.
A. 4 00
12.000
12.000
44.000
on
Alice
Brun&wlck Con ....
Com. Tunnel atock.
do bonds
Con. cat 4 Va
Horn Sliver
Iron Sliver
offered.
.UK)
.
. 16
. 18
.106
. 03
.106
Leadvllle Con
Little Chief ...
Mexlcsn ,
Ontario
Ophlr
Standard
Ytllo Jacket ..
. S
.
. U
too
.145
. 50
. 1W
Wool Market.
BOSTON, May 7. WOOLr-The Commer
cial Bulletin will hay of the wool market
tomorrow: Little general Improvement In
ttallng la reported, although it Is under
stood that another line of Oregon staple,
amounting to 600,000 pounds, was sold at
63c, scoured, while 75,000 pounds of short
Arizona - clip changed hands at OOCc
olean. Clothing wools are still in best !
niHiid and prices are being held firmly,
for dealers understand that stocks cannot
be replaced In the country at current quo
tations. Michigan and York state quarter
blood are selling moderately at 29c and un
washed Ohio delaines Is moving very mod
erately at 2HUZic. It Is believed that busi
ness will not Improve materially until tne
new lightweight goods season opens In
June, when serges will be offered.
$4.00&C.2ri; Texas and Indian Rtoers, $4 7"i'j
8.00; cons and heifers, $:i.0t rfi6.50; calves (in
carload lots), $4.00(38.75.
HOGS Receipts, 0,000 head; msjrket 10iil."c
lower; pHjs Hinl lights. $x.00'i-(!).,Vi; packers,
$i.M0(!9.tju; butchers and best lu-avy, $!Uo
SHEEP AND LAM US Receipts,
head; market steady; native muttons.
ttti.ist; lambs, JT.oo'u'J.W).
llllt'AtiO I.1VK STOCK MAHKKT
500
$7.00
Evaporated Apples and Dried Frails.
NEW YORK. May 7. EVAPORATED
APPLES Fit mly held with a little better
demand. On the spot, fancy Is quoted at
10c; choice, Ut&BVic; prime, Tgrflac; common
to fair. 8&4V4c.
DRIED Fit CITS Prunes are quiet and
unchanged. Quotations range from 27ti
ho for Californias up to So-40s and Vtj'jc
for Oregon. Apricots are firm, with a fair
export demand; choice, 10g;10!4c: extra
choice, lOVl&'imc; fancy, l:;ijjl2toc. Peaches
arc quiet, but firmly held; choice, 6SjGVic;
extra choice, 6'i&7c; fancy, 7th7',c. Raisins
are quiet and steady; loose musoatels are
quoted at 2V4!fi5Vic; choice to fancy seeded,
HitWa;e: seedless, 3Vift4J4e; London layers,
$1.15(91.20.
t.u.tit, tiiiy ihu lichii cai 01 tu..
vvtlw 1'cl.ulli.u i.l luio inoi illlla,, Wlucil via
not elli.uall lo eUl uliy liejuie On llik; llibi
kcI. i' ui' me nciit teuclpis navo uuen ine
nbu'ebi lur several v. ceua, uitnouan
.-no i lug a lallmg oif ot icm tnan
1i1.au us citui ui iu wun last week. On tne
01 tier Itanu, a., coinpaieu viltli a year Ui.
inoie lias oet 11 a loa ol ttiiiiust b.lmu heau.
un jiiu.iuay, tne juarket MUiiipi-u hatliy,
the trade oil that day oemg snaipiy lotivi'.
a.iu'e tneii the niai Kel ims l tu in lair
lonuitlon ana values nave lecovcrtd to sucn
an extent mat at tne muse of me week tue
iiiaiket Is about wnere it was one week
t,o. As has been lite case for some time
6ack uatiuy weight or liyht steers have
been hi better reuuest antl have been tret r
sillers Uian the heavy cattle.
CoftS ami heifers uf the heiter ci-ades.
that Is, strictly good killers, have sold very
noli all the week, una at tne close they
are bringing about the same money us one
week ago. The same can be said of can
ning stock. On the other hand the medium
grades have been more or less neglected,
and In consequence of this, the market is
around lfi(t25c lower than one week ago.
in atocker and feeder market has been
very unsatisfactory all the week. While
receipts nave not been very larre. the
country demand lias been disappointingly
sinaii, anu, in consequence, the niarket
has slumped lor the want of a good buying
support. At the close of the week prices,
especially on the light and thin kinds of
cattle, are 1523o lower.
- quotations on cstlle: rjond to choice
cnrnira steers, ji.zru, .50; rnlr to ?,ood corn
fed steers. $fi. 75(4X7 .2".; common to fair corn
fed steers. $5.7iVrti.7r,: good to choloe cows
and hellers, $t:.Ouva7.00; fair to good cows
and l.eiffrs, ,",.X)Wi.0O; common to fair cows
and heifers. $2.75'ao.OO: gotnl to choice Block
ers and feeders, $.".2roni.75; fuir to good
stockers and feeders, li.TM " . 2." : common to
fair stockers and feeders, s:i.o0fuv4.75: stock
heifers, $3.7&i4.S5; veal calves, $4.254?S.2j;
bulls, stags, etc.. S3.754j4j.2j.
HOGS A light run of hogs toilav lost its
bullish Influence In a bunch of sharply
lower reports from provision centers and
prices suffered large d dines In both divi
sions. Order buyers picked out a few loads
at the opening ot figures about a nickel
lower than yesterday, but packers Insisted
on more liberal diclines and were finally
able to put up their droves at reductions
of 10x15c. Movement was at no time very
ictlve, but very good clearance was made
before midday. Heavy hogs met with a
poorer demand than good lights and in
most cases suffered the full decline.
A large share of the supply changed
hands at $9. 159.20 as compared with yes
terday's bulk of $0.251! 9. 30. Tops dropped
to $!i.0, a shilling less than the best price
paid yesterday.
The week's receipts show a heavy in
crease as compared with last week's sup
ply, but an even greater decrease as com
pared with the official count of the same
days last year. In point of prices the mar
ket has been very uneven owing to the
uncertainty of the provision trade. Values
were hammered hard at the opining, but
much Improvement look place during later
days, with the result that yesterday's sales
were fully a dime higher than those a wtek
ago. Today's break leei s the market a
shade higher than at last week's close.
Representative salts:
Cattle and Sheep Markets iead
Hogs Reported Lower,
CHICAGO. May 7. CATTLK Itecrlots,
300 head; market t.tendy; beeves, $o.rjtiiS..1i;
Texas steers, J4. 70f;iti.4o; western steers,
$4.851 0.S5; stockers and feeders, $2.!s94i.U5;
cows and heifers, 2.70((j,7.25; calves. 4ti.00ii
8.25.
HOGS Receipts, estimated at 10.000 head;
market. 15c lower; light. $'J.LtKu'.i.5."i: mixed,
S9.2it:).u0; heavy, i'.;''.y.57li; good to choice
heavy, 4.i.S6fa!co; pigs,' $!s.!)iri4S.5ii; bulk of
saleu, $D.45f0:).SO.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, esti
mated at 2.000; niarket steady; native, $4.2."ifa
7.C0; western, $4.50ft7. SO; yearlings. $7.tKKS.15;
lambs, native, $V.26'ta.OO; western, $i2.7.li
9.10.
Kansas ( lly Lire Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY, May 7. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1,000 head. Including b)0 southerns;
market steady; native steers, ii.25'nS. lo;
southern tiUcii, i:i"i(!j7.li6; southern cows.
$:;.4tnii.ti0; native cows and heifers, J.'f.uO'fi
1.50; blockers and feeders, $4.0olftj.0o; bulla,
$4.25i7j0.riO; calves, $3.758.25; western steers,
$o.76'f 7.75; western cows, $4.000.50.
HOGS Receipts. 2,600 head; market 10
15c lower; bulk of sales, iii.2ltU'J.'.lir. heavy,
$l'.303.40; packers and butchers, $9.25iS)9.40;
light, $D.lfraSI.2o; pigs, $S.60fa8.75.
SHEEP ANli LAMBS Receipts, 1.000
head; market steady; muttons, 5.50tg'i.75;
Iambi,-, $d.5u4ts.73; fed western wethers and
yearlings, $i.00i3.00; fed western ewes, 6.5o
(j.7.50.
. Hen York Bank Statement.
NEW YORK, May 7. The statement of
clearing house banks for the week shows
that the banks hold $10,772,625 more than
the requirements of the 25 per cent reserve
required. This Is an Increase of $4.001,3,5
in the proportionate reserve as compared
with last week.
The statement :
.$l.Ii4.1M.3O0
. 1,173,278.700
47.S5.i,000
As, 441.000
. 237,6ol.200
. 3O4.02.200
. 293,319.675
10.772.525
11,172,550
Loans
Deposits
Circulation
Legal tenders.....
Specie 1
Reserve
Reserve required
Surplus
Ex-17. S. deposits
Increase.
The percentage of actual reserve of the
clearing house banks today was 26.11.
The statement of banks and trust com
panies of greater New York not reporting
to the clearing nouse snows:
Decrease.
$23.4..i:O0
21.477.SHtO
225.200
2.700.300
1.332.200
1.3oS.100
5.3b9,473
4.001.375
3.998,100
Decrease.
$ 7.850,300
17,000
156.400
10.8S4.7OO
2S09a
Klour bh's.
Wheat, bu.
Corn, hu.
Oats, I. vi. .
8hrpment.
$.800
t.oon
- 61.100
J7.000
Peoria Grala Market.
PEORIA. Mar T.-CORN-Hlgher; No. $
yellow, siHe: No, t, Wc; No. 4, 60e; no
grade. 50HfMlo
OAT8 Unchanged; No, I white. 42m
42e.
r'orelaa Financial.
PARIS. aMs' 7 Prices on the Bourse
recovertd and rloeed atrnng itnon I he
theory that with King Edward's death
the w-rat was ovr and also on ej rumor
that the Hherala had decided to post
pone tha House of Lords Issue to next
Loana $1,182,077,000
Specie 128.369.2O0
Legal tenders....!.... 11.008.100
Total deposits 1,244.315.300
Increase.
. Hank Clearlusja.
OMAHA, Msy 7. Bank clearings for to
day evere $2.608.mo and for the corre
sponding date last year were $2,310,362.54.
. , " 1910. l!.
Monday I I.7S0.044.S4) $ 2,674,616.77
Tuesday 1I10.694.S0 2,363.503,73
Wednesday 1.762. 76. 40 I.740.fi67.
Thursday J.044.880.M 2.873.634.2J
Friday 2.790,774.27 2.676.850.114
Saturday t6Ot.22S.0t 2.110.363.64
Totals $1,T7,270.S6 $15.SS9,524.54
Increase over the corresponding week last
year. $l,13,74i.l.
Treaaarr talanent.
WASHINGTON, May 7. The condition of
the treasury at the beginning of business
today was aa follows:
Trust Funds Onld coin. $85I,S23,8ti9; sil
ver dollar. $ISS. 092.000; silver dollars of
IK,'. $1741000: silver certificates outstand
int. $4s.a.0u0.
General fund Standard silver dollars In
Sogar and Molnaaea.
NEW YORIC. April 7-SUGAR-Raw.
steady; Museavado. 89 test, S.SOc; centri
fugal. test, 4.30c; molasses sugar. 89
test. 3.55c. Refined, qulft; cut loaf, il.05c;
crushed, 5.95c; mould A, 5.60c; cubes, 5.50c;
XX.XX powdered, 5.40c; powdered. 5.35c;
granulated, R.25c; diamond A. 5.2:c; con
fectioners' A, 5.05c; No. 1, 5.00c; No. 2,
4.95c; No. S, 4.90c; No. 4. 4.86c; No. 5.
IMc; No. 6. 4.75c: No. 7. 4 70c; No. 8. 4.65c;
No. 9, 4.tWe; No. 10, 4.55c; No. 11. 4.50c", No.
13. 4.45c; No. 13. 4.40c; No. 14, 4.40c.
MOLASSES Steady ; New Orleans, open
kettle, suuA-c.
Dry Goods Market.
NEW YORK. May 7. DRY GOODS
Market was nulet for the day. Buying
continues on a light scale and for Imme
diate delivery. Jobbers are securing
good advance orders, but the house
first hands; trade is smaall. Linens
are. aulet at first hands; burlaps weak.
Fine and fancy cottons are quiet.
BERLIN, May 7. Prices on the
Bourse wtre firm, with Americans
above the New York parity of yester
day. Oils and Rosla.
SAVANNAH, Qt , May 7.-OILS-Kplrlts
turpentine, firm: 59Vtr60e; sales, 173 bbls.;
receipts, S96 bbls.; shipments, 308 bbls.;
stocks, 6,275 bbls.
ROSIN Firm: sales. 1.178 bbls.; receipts.
1.176 bbls; ships.; shipments. 1.482 bbls.;
stork, 60.544 bbls. Quote: B. $3.85; D. 14 16;
E, $4 65; F. $4.70; G, $4.75; H. $490; I, $5.00;
K. $5.10; M. $5.00; N, $5.70; W. G., $5.80;
W. W.. $5.95.
Coffea Market.
NEW YORK. May 7. COFFEE Market
clostd steady, net 1 point lower to 6 points
higher. Sales were reported of 14,700 bags.
The closing bids follow: May, ( 40c; June,
4ftc; July, 8.4.V, August, 6 50c; September,
fAo: October and November, 6.60c; Decem
ber, (65c; January, (.8c; February, 6.70c;
March, (.73c; April, (.75c. Spot coffer,
quiet; Rio No. 7. 8c; Santos No. 4. 9c;
n lid, quiet; Cordova, l,tJ'U'c.
No. ay. Sh. Tr. No. sr. gh. Pr. .
17 2.17 120 10 67 154 ... tl7's
72 til) 40 10 67 241 160 9 17Vi
65 233 SO.) 1) UVi 4a 210 ltO t 17-s
M -.11 120 t Vi'l 71 till ... t 171,
62 334 li 74 t.V, UK) 7t,
69 2-0 SO IS U lit; 10U 20
74 i30 HO 15 tl 4i 120 2n
45 236 ... 15 (7 277 SO 20
CI 245 (0 4 IT, ;o 2.10 80 2D
44 233 SO 16 liO 2CU ... 8 20
73 221 1JU 15 1.3 til 0 9
30 2:16 ... I 15 7 tit 110 li
34 21 ... 15 tt 2JI ... 9 25
fiS 213 140 15 41 2M ... 25
79 224 ... 4 15 t9 2.k1 uo t ti
7C i'23 140 4 16 65 214 40 V 25
71 212 ... t IS tl 307 ... b 27ti
lit all !40 15 74 2., I ... I So
74 1 0 40 15 67 27 ta 30
s; 25 ... is o so ;.. t so
SHEEP The sheep barn was bare of of.
St. Joseph Live St nek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., May 7. -CATTLE
Receipts, 100 head; market unchanged;
ttecrs, $t.Otxa7.u5; cows and heifers, $4.004f
7.S5; calves, 4.00rg1i.00.
HOGS Receipts, 3,500 head; market 15
20c lower; top, JSI.40; built of sales, $i).w
Hta.30.
SHEEP AND LAMBS No sheep on sale;
niaiket nominal; laniDs, $8.25li)9.10.
Stork in .Hlght.
Receipts of live stot k at the f i s
principal
Western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
South Omaha 32 2,472 9
St. Joseph 100 a.iOO
Kansas City Loot) 2,o(M 1,01)0
St. Louis ;KX) ti.iXH) 6(X)
Chicago 300 10,000 2,000
Totals 1.732 24,172 3,509
OAIA1IA CKMCIIAV. MARKETS.
Toledo Heed Market.
TLK1MJ. fh. May T.SKEDS Clover,
e: h, $4.80; October. $(.684; March. $6 62.
Timothy, prUne, 2.I. Alsike, prime, $6.15.
ferings today as is u.-ually the cusu at the
extreme close of the ween and th& market
remained nominally steady.
Bearish conditions in the east ruled prices
during early days this week and liberal
dicllnta were ecoied at all leading trade
centers. Local values on lambs, both
wooled and shorn, dropped 4titi7c during
the first two days and sheep trade was al
most as slumpy. A better demand and
slight recovery in prices featured the mar
ket on later days, tn.t muca of the early
decline is still in force and present values
are all of 25(ot0c lower than a week ago.
Supply figures for the week do not look
very bearisn, but eastern trade was badly
demoralized and the demand for product
the poorest ot the season. A large share
of local receipts consisted of shorn stock
and, barring hlgn-dresslng Mexican lambs
In the fleece, wooled shipments met with
a very dull lnquliy on most days.
Quite a few shorn ewes and wethers have
been coming, the latter class of stock sell
ing almost on a pur with shorn yearlings.
A spread of $7. 15i 1.: 35 has been taking tne
bulk, some of the best wethers here going
at $7.55. Actual sales on shorn lambs
ranged from $.257i8.50, with a top at $6.70.
Wooled Mexican lambs reached $9.45, the
high price of the week. Quality, however,
has not been anything extra, as a good
mbny of the larger Nebraska arid Colorado
feeders aro bringing in the tall-end of their
winter's production.
Current prions on Wooled lambs are Jus'
about 76c higher and prices on wooled
sheep around 60c higher than values un
similar quality suorn anipmenis. The fol
lowing quotations apply tu the latter class
of stock: Good to choice lambs, $ &og
8.75: fair to good lambs, $7.508.40; good
light yearlings, $.O0&8.25; good heavy year
lings, i;.2M7.76; good to choice wethers.
$7XgS.15; fair lo goud wethers, $7,3547.66;
good to choice ewes, $7.007.25; fair to good
ewes, $5. 50(11-7. 00.
Bt. I.oais 1.1 8tok Market.
ST. 1XMMS, May 7 CATTLE Receipts,
SO0 head, Including 100 head Texans; market
steady; native beef steers, $t;.7o48 K; cows
and bsifeis, $3.60q8.00; stockers aud feeders.
Staple and Fancy Produce Prices Fur
nished bjr Bnyera aud Wholesalers.
BUTTER Creamery, No. 1, delivered lo
the retail trade in 1-1 b. cartons. 20c; No. 1,
in 60-lb. tubs, 29Vfct; No. 2. in l-lb. cartuns.
31c; la 60-lb. tuos, 27Vsc; packing Block, solid
pack, 20c; dairy. In OO-lb. iuds, Joe. Market
changes every Tuesday.
CHEESE Twins. 16c; young Amtrics.
174u; daisy, lie; limburger. 18u No.
1 brick, lbc; No. 2, 15c; domestic blocs
Swiss, 22c; imported Swiss, 30c.
POULTRY Dressed broilers. $9.00 do .
for storage, $6.00; fori fresn springs, 20c,
hens, 16c; cocks, 12Viic; ducks, 20c; geese,
16c; turkeys, J6u; pigeons, per doz., $1.20;
homer squab.', $4.00 per dor.; fancy squabs.
$3.50 per doz.; No. 1, $3.00 per doz. Alive:
Broilers, from l'i to 1', lbs., S5c; IVi to 2
lbs., 3oc; hens, 16c; old roosters, 10c; young
roosters. 16c; ducks, full feathered. 14c;
geese, full feathered, 9c: turkeys, 18c,
guinea fowls. 25o e.tcn, pUeons, iuc per doz.;
homers, $3.00 per doz.; aquab. No. I, $2.00
per doz.; No. 2. 50c.
FISH tall frozen) Pickerel. 9c; whltefish,
13c; pike, 10c; -trout, 13c; large crapples,
164 18c, Spanish mackerel, 18c, eel, 18c; had
dock, 13c; flounders, 12c. Fresh catfish,
18c; trout, 13c; bud's lu. 8c; halibut, 9c; white
perch, ic; whltefish. 15c; yellow perch, !)i;
bullheads, 12c; while buss, 17c; roesliads.
$1.00 each; shadroes, per pair, 3)c; frog legs,
30c per dos.
BEEF CUTS No. 2 loins, J5'ic; No. 1
chuck, 9'ic; No. 2 chuck, R'e; No. 3 chuck.
8sgc; No. 1 round, ll-)c; No. 2 round, Utc;
No. 3 round, 11' ac.
VEGETABLES.
IRISH POTATOES Wisconsin and na
tive, per bu., 404(60c ; Colorado, per bu., 50c.
SEED SWEET POTATOES Kansas, per
bbl.. $-'.
CABBAGE New California and southern,
per lb., 4c.
ONIONS Texas crystal wax, per crate,
$J; yellow, per crate, $1.75.
OLD ' VEGETABLES Parsnips, carrots,
bet is, turnips, In tacks, per !., 2c.
GARLIC Extra fancy, wnit. per lb.
lie; led, per lb.. 16c
NEW SOUTHERN VEGETABLES.
RADISHES Per doz. bunches, tie
TURNIPS Per doz. bunches, 60c.
CARROTS Per doz. bunches. &uc
S11ALLOTTS Per doz. bunches. iOo.
PARSLEY Per doz. bunches, 6i)c.
BEETS Per doz. bunches, 60c.
SPINACH Per bu., 12 lbs., $1.00.
EGO PLANT Fancy Florida, uuz., $1.60
2 00.
TOMATOES Fancy Florida or Cuba,
per 6-bsk. crate, $2.25; choice, $1.75.
STRING AND WAX BEANS Per ham
per, about 25 Jbs., $5.00(6.00.
GREEN PEAS Per hamper, $2.50.
CUCUMBERS Hot house, per doz., $1,500
t.00; Texas, per doz., 75c.
HOME GROWN VEGETABLES.
RADISHES Extra fancy I101110 grown,
per doz. bunches, 35c.
LETTUCE Ex ir fancy leaf, per doz.,
45c; head lettuce li hampers, $1.76.
PARSLEY i'ancy home grown, per doz.
bundles, 40c
RHUBARB Per dcz. bunches. 45c.
ASPARAGUS Per doz. bunches, 75c.
GHEEN ONIONS Per doz. bunches. 25c.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HORSERADISH 8 dos. In case, $10.
WALNUIa-Black, per lb., ic; Califor
nia, No. 1, per 10., 17c; California. No. 1
soft, per lb., 14c. A .
HICKORY NUTS Large, per lb.. 4c;.
small, per lb., 6 ' 1
COCOANUTS Per sack. 50o; per dos.,
S5c.
FRUIT.
8TRAWBERRIES Tennessee ard Louis
iana. H-qt. cases, per case, $4 25; 24-pt.
cases, per case, $2 00.
ORANGES California Camella and Pro
ducer brands Redland Navels. fcO-W-lU
sizes, per box. $2.SA; ltf size, per box, $3;
150-176-300-218-250 sizes, per box, $J.6o. Other
brands from Riverside and other districts,
ter box. $2.854jJ.OO, aO-94112 sizes, per box.
$2.5va2.i$; Uavaua, atedllerraueaa baaois.
126-112 sizes, per box. $2.75; 150 and smallei
sizes, per box, $3 00.
LEMoNS - l.imopiera. extra fancy. 300
360 sizes. $5.50; choice, 200-:t':o sizes, per box,
4.f.O; 1!40 sire, 50c per box le.'s.
HAN ANAS Fancy select, per bunch, $2.31
tjJ.iV); Jumbo, bunch. $2.75tjJ.76.
GRAPE FRUIT-Florida. 46 size. $1.50;
54-64-80 sizes, per box. $5.
APPLES Ben Davis, per bbl.. $3.?r,
California fancy. . W. Pearmalns, pel
box. $2.10; California, extra fancy V. W.
Penrnialns, Red Wood brand, per box,
S2.25; extra fancy Iowa Jonathans, per bbl ,
CRANBERRIES Jersey, fresh stock, net
box. $2. i
DATES Anchor brand, new, 20 lift,
pkgs. In box, per box, $2.
FIGS California, .0c size. 80e.
Minneapolis taraln Market,
MINNEAPOLIS, May 7. WHEAT Sin v.
$1.11': July. Ii.ny.- September. $1 o.'V
t'nsii: No. 1 hard. $1.15; No. I northern
$1.13ei.l3ti: No. 2 northern, S1 .1 1f& 1. li; ;
No. 3. $1..1.10)..
FLAX Closed. $2.35!,.
CORN No. 3 yellow, RS'i'&nJlp.
OATS No. 3 white. 40,41 4VgC.
RYE No. 2, 7Ht73',o.
Omaha liny Mnrket.
OMAHA, Mav 7 HAY-Xo. 1. fg.SO; No
2. $7.50; packing, $l.,rA Straw: Whe.it. $5.50;
rye and oats, $8.50. Alfalfa, $11.60. The sup
ply of poor hay is much heavier than thi
demand and low prices prevail.
Woman Invents Vmbrrlln.
SIOUX FALLS, R. D.. May 7,-(Speoial.l-By
reason of her Inventive genius. Miss
Katherlne Connors, late of Salem, but who
now has taken up her residence In Sioux
Falls, enjoys the distinction of being the
only woman Inventor In South Dakota
She has Just been granted a paten on a
folding umbrella, which her friends believo
will result In her securing a fortune.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
4-7
Real estatn transfers for Mav 7. furnished
by the Midland Guarantee and Trust com
pany, bonded abstracters, 1714 Farnam.
Douglas 2S05.
Andrew Anderson ni:d wife to Eman
uel C. Jansseii, lot 4. block 96, Flor
ence '. $
John P. Rahn to Elhn Barrett, part
lots 2. 3 and 4, block A, South
Omaha
Minnie Hant en to Otto Hansen, lot IX.
block 6. Bennington
Byron Reed company to Stephen I).
Bangs, w25 feet In width of e:0 feet
lot 3, block 2. Capitol Hill
Idi B. Balls and husband to Vivian
H. Murphy, lots 2) untl 24, block 1.
1st add. to Central Purk
Katherine Henck and Florence 1 1. Mirk
to Ernest P. Rogers, lot 21, Forest
Hill Park .
W. V. Stoecktr company to Alfred K.
Grantham, t-22 feet In width of lot
3. block :t,L', Omaha
Lizzie R. Stewart and husband t'
'George Fortran, lot 11, block 17, u ml
lot 13, Mock IS. Omaha View
Charles E. Gibson and wife to George
Forgan, lot 14, blot k 18, Omaha View
Anna B. Snvldge and husband lo
Charles Vaiia. lot 1, block 11, .let
ter's add
Mattlo L. Ualvvmtii and
Carl H. I Inches and
Hughes, lot 2!, block
j'liice
Joseph Suptlsh and w ife '' Vo'V-'hiVrles
Vans snd wife, lot 4, block 1. Ex
change I'laca
husband In
Susie II.
2, Iienmn 11
3.1:.-.
1
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10
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Investment
Opportunity
An exeeptlonal op
portunity for profit
able Investment li
offered in the Six
11111J one -Half per
rent preferred Heri?"-
Itles of a well established, rapidly gt
Ing manufitetuiing Institutions doing n
International business, whoso annual sales
have grown from $200,000 to $2,000,000 In
four years' lime and uie still growing.
Manufactures and sells 11 staple line di
rect to consumer for cash. Sales run as
high vji $25,000 In rash per day. Has paH
a dividend every year sline 01 gauizat ton.
has set aside ample siiipltt
off ample depreciation ace
of instllutltsn Is one of '
sorvatlve expansion, of " 11
than capacity. A cruiipnny
tees Its goods has
office oi;anlZHl Ion,
hiis charged
tint. History
vvili of ron
iiiiind greater
that gtinran-
a perfect lai tory aim
no open accounts, lit.
liolnis against It. no liens or mortgage
on any of lis property. A high class,
prosp-rous legitimate,. Industrial that
must expand to l. t i pace with its rapidly
increasing trade. Write me today and I
will give you my I" "'position In full. Ad
's dress H. E. XEI&TEli, Waterloo, lows.
The I'nlU'd States olrfult court hni
authorized me to Issue $210,000 of r4a
culver's certificates bearing C per eu
secured by a flret lien on property
worth $1,000,000. I am offering a
I limited number In denominations ot
$100, $o00 and $1,000 to net the pur
chaser 8 ',2 per cent.
LYSI.K I. AIWIOTT, UKCK
Telephone, A-132.
4(;l VTAJtK HUH K,
Herbert E. Gooch Co
Brokers and Dealers
'Bonsioaa. btocziv
Omaba Office 1 1!9 Board ot Trees Bid
Bell Telepuoaa, Douglas 63 1 1
Xadepsadent, A-aiJJl.
Oldest ill X.arai Bouse la tb State.
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