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    THE HKK: OMAHA. WKDXKSIUY, MAY 11. 1010.
11
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARIET
ier Cling to Theory of Short
-c Winter' Crop.
flllSK ' GOVERNMENT TOO HIGH
Wrlral JY t ok'n, Uat This, wltli
trial ash lie mU Keep Mar
ket Firm ilett-' ttecelpl
' 'r Cxpeeted.
. ! . .
, i ii in .;- ; I
- OMAHA. May 10, Ii(10.
i.-;l lfadri contlnu-i tuin In their opln
l'i.. of a rtiort winter wheat Crop ana v
pi. hi the belltf.that the government fig
uie am too high, insect oamugo (till u
liull factor ij give further' setback to th
glowing crop.
Ligtu arrival of corn and Rood cash de
mand la Keeping the corn niarKet firm. Ke-L-iptM
will undoubtedly pick up aa spring
viiuK prugreHsv.
lioul .opened-. Ibsfor on weak cables,
fuming iiii--uuirKlf ota support from bull
leaders. iMXft' vaiu.. 'eased off again
i--piwu-d rains 14 th northwest,
weainer nas pi availed. .
Values in cum era very firm, regardless
the nervous htk market. The range In
prices was tiarrow, but generally cm the
upturn. Llght receipts'-eirengthetVd the
casn mary.-t and - small offering 'er
Miitslitl v hli. er. . ,' .
I Miliary 'f.li.At ' rVwtpts Acre 234,000 hu.
and shtiiinents nrrt lltfouO buj against re-
'isil lai ytar of 2U!V0u0:bu. and shipments
I13.W") Im. . . ,
MlfnarM rerelptii v. ere 267.O0O bti. and
shipments, were 31H.000 bu., against receipts
lnt year1 of ,90o -bit. -and shipments of
siat non km. . . - .
Clearance were 40.00 bu. of corn. 1.000
bu. of oata and whrnt And flour equal to
215.00(1 bu,
Liverpool cloned -I'a'jd lower
and unchanged on corn.
Local range of optional
Articles. Open.) Hi Kb, I Low. I Clone I Y'y.
on
where di
on wheat
l MHt-
May..
July.
Cnl'iv
May.. July..
ClOth
Mav..
July..
iBsv.fnHl i iosv
iw.ii ' .I 0041 1 pom 1 w4
. 1 . . 1 -I ...I
M' !'
'Ai .
- 1 .
414:
4 r
6
-I Pi
4I-.
MM
594 1
41J
894!
67 !
694:
4IVil
294 i
1 09
1 1 01
574.
68
41
394
Oraaba
V1 EAT rNifi.'- 2
t'nata
hard.
friers.
w II r.A r-ri ifi. e nara. n,wtii.n.
h.M 11 (hmi rii ;n 4 hard. 94otrll.ol: No
nrln'n It IMU.i' N'n ' DnrlnU. tl.lM'ftl .04) 1
No. 2 duiunf, f.rQKW, No. durum, tH
87c. '"
c'ORN-No. 2 white, 4l!4'a65i-; No. i white,
MUftiVtci . No. 4 white. Wik; No. 2 yel
low, 69;"4c; Noi .8 yelluw, MVflW -id No, 4
jellow, BJVtti'fc;' No. 'i, GliWU'Tic; No. 3,
MyaJSQ; So. 4. oT'.'tffi'i no grade. 62
AT8-StniiBJ-d...lV(S'4tc; No. 3 whit,
41rallVc; ' No; white, 40Vo41e: No' h.
low, 4uV4lla; tu. 4 yellti. SHOc; No. 3
li'k'-'-d. 3HlJ'ii-40i:. .
-KLEY-No..- 4. 5ftti51c; No. 1 feed, 4S
4S)A; rejected.' 44$ 4c. . ".
RYE No., 2, 74 75c; No. 373-8740.
! t arlol tlrcclpla.
ful vii ii. toaly; May, 7s a'l, July, 7a 2d;
October. 7s ONd.
'ul.N -."-pot. .inlet anl firm, new Ameri
can mixed northern, ha 3d; old Arn'rUin
mixed, na iltd; future, dun; July, nominal.
i'Lur It Winter pateuU, dull, m d.
WKATHtR lTHB ORAII BELT
Slightly Warner Weather lreall
Raat of the Itocky Moantalaa.
OMAHA. May 10. 1M0
The eastern depraalon la dlxappearlng off
ftia upper Atlantic coaot. Kalna occurred
within the laet twenty-four hour In the
tower lake region, the upper portion of the
Ohio vaUey and along the Atlantic coast.
Inrreaaed cloudiness ur ahown thla morn
ing tn the upper Mississippi and Missouri
valleys, but generally fair weather prevails
throughout the valleys and west to the
mountains. A depression of considerable
energy overlies the Kocky mountain region,
and unsettled weatner is general In the
mountains and throughout the northwest,
with rains falling In Montana, Idaho and
est to the toast. Hllghtly warmer
wekther prevails everywhere east of the
Rocky mountains, ecept In lha extreme
upper Mississippi and Missouri valleys,
where the weather continues cool, t reel
ing temperatures aia reported In North
ljakrtta and northern Minnesota. Warmer
weather accompanies the depression In the
mountains. 1 h weather Will be partly
cloudy In this vicinity tonight, poaslbly fol
lowed by showers Wednesday, with not
much change In temperature.
Hange of temperature and precipitation
as compared with last three years:
i"5. IWi.
.51 41 63 37
,. .00 T .41 . .00
for today, 61 de-
In piaclpltatloa.klncc JKarcli 1,
corresponding period In 1909.
corresponding period In 1906,
Minimum temperature.
I'reclpliation
Normal temperature
grees.
Deficiency
3.78 Inches.
Deficiency
3.59 Inches.
I leflrlency
a. 10 Inches.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
Corn and Wheat Region Bnlletla.
For - Omaha. Neh., for the twenty-four
hours ending at I a. m., 75th meridian time,
Tuesday, May 10, 1910.
OMAHA D1STRTCT.
' -'--Temp. Rain
max. Mirt. rai
'nicago j'..v..irK-i
Mlnntup9lf:
Corn.
118
Oat
132
vivv.v
10
Omaha
Uuliuh
CHICAGO (RAI .WO PnOVlIOX
Features of the- l'rdlni and tloslmt,
Prices on Hoard rtf Trade.
f'HICAtlO. May 10 A.''p'rallcl suBgest
Iiir the carrylnK of coal-" to .'ew Castle,
was drawn In the Chicago' i'heat pit to
day when a mlljllnn bushcta tf cash wheat
at Ouluth were -reported engaged to be
brought here for delivery n May con
tracts. The consternation resulting dropped
the price of the May option 4Sc, and caused
gcm-ial seeing In the active futures. The
dust; was weak' at practically the bottom
flgurea of the day. but. with May showing
a loss of 3v,c gm compared with .last night's
prices. Juiy and .September finished! re
spectively 'fcc and lc lower, tiorn closed
',0 lower to 'c higher, oats unchanged to
hc -limber aud yrovlstoaa,-6c lower to 2 Vic
h'Bhcr.
i i demorailxatlon over, the news from
liiluth iiifuiied shortly, before, th end
of tnt Kstljn. HevM-af commission houses
u nlrcrrfnlln,t to tftke-roflts on long
Clat" In 'the. 'May' opf Km. "Suddenly the
hftllera found the marke without auport,-'
iiK price of Alay collapsing at the rate
of a pout n minute. A spasmodic rally of
a cent or inoie was quickly followed by
ii .tHCllon fully aa great. Meanwhtfe,
wjHInn on w libaral aaale had been pre
cipitated In the deferred futures, where
buylntJ power hid been largely exhausted
by blx purchases early In the day.
Adding tn the bearish' feeling the last
hour, reports of rain and snow In the
t'auuillitn northwest . promised to remove
the' drouth that has been talked about In
tlin spring wheat states. There was a
llfcht rainfall In the lakotas todav. More
over, .-the- crup reportw from beyond the
Missouri river toduy. averaged apparently
ss a result ht last week'a rains. Septem
ber wheat "sold between H.O1M4' and' fl.02,
ch)tlng at the formal- figures. -
.Corn waa not so weak aa wheat, partly
doubtless because of the light receipts,
Heptember ranged between (U'io and HTc,
I and lV4c. and closed 4 ehade tip at MfrtlSc.
Noj II yellow sold ut (KWiWiC"
Activo , buying lit . oata , today was
credited to local speculators, including
trading "-wheat longs. September had a
variation of a full cent and -finished ex
actly In the -middle, at HJc, a net ad
vance of c ,
' Complaint of high nW'tallty among spring
pigs helped the provisions market.' Lard
and ribs closed a sltade to 2'ic up, but
pork effected by Jhe slump In wheat,
finished 2o to 60 down.
Leudmg tuturea- ranged as follows:
Stations.
Ashland. Neb
Auburn. Neb
B'keit Bow. Neb
Col'imbus. Neb..
Culbertson, Neb.
Falrbury, Nab... 78
Fairmont. Nab... 73
Or. Island, Neb.. 73
Hartlngton. Neb. 72
Hastings, Neb..
Holdrege, Neb..
Oakdalo, Nob...
Omaha. Neb
Tekamah, Neb.
Alta. It.i.
Carroll, la
Clarlnda, la
Sibley, la
Sioux City, Ja.
Minimum temperature
period ending at t a. m.
In averages.
DISTRICT STATIONS.
No. of Tei
Districts. Htatlona. Max.'
Columbus. 0 17
Louisville, Ky....
Indianapolis, ind.
Chicago, III
Ht. L.OUIS. mo
Des Moines. la...
Minneapolis. Minn
Kansas City, Ho.. Z4
19
73
7
W
7
71
73
73
71
74
72
, 71
. 70
4
44
44
4f.
M
52
4
47
4
43
49
44
62
41
4
43
41
45
48
.00
. .00
.00
.no
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
.00
for
Pky.
Clear
f-t, cloudy
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
. Clear
Pt. cloudy
It. cloudy
Clear
Clear
Clear
Clear
I't. cloudy
Clear
Clear
Cloudy
Cloudy
Clear
twelve-hour
Not Included
NEW YORK STOCKS AND DBONS
Price MotemenU Irrefultr During
Shrinking of Market.
LONDON AFFAIRS IMPORTANT
Movement Annas; Haagr Kallroad
torka Reflect ome Divergence
of Kentlment Over Prev
perla fop Wheat.
NEW TORK. May 10 -Th market
shrinkage in activity constituted the prin
cipal feature of the early stock market
today, during which prlea movements
wera halting and Irregular. Tha late bulge
In prices was concldgnt with a decline
In wheat.
Tha most plausible explanation of tha
changa In th early appearanca of tha mar
ket was that supporting measures which
were adopted yesterday and Saturday to
guard the depressing effect of th death
of tha king of England, , w era desisted
from.
Immediate Influence from th London
market remained favorable to values to
day. Th rubber share section of that
market continued somewhat disturbed.
1 ne Hrltlsh trad return showing an In
crease for April of $20.ono.000 In the value
of rubber Importa over April ofa year
ago was pointed to aa evidence of the ma
terial foundations on which London's rub
ber speculation Is based. The record of
American Import! ahow similarly striking
growth In value of rubber Importa for
which the enormous expansion In auto
mobll manufactures la held responsible.
The. movement amongst th Ranger rail
road stocks reflected eom difference of
sentiment over prospects for different
classes of the wheat crop. Railroads
through the winter wheat sections con
tinued Somewhat backward, whll the
spring wheat granger developed a strik
ing upward movement In th latter part
Of th day,
The market for copper metal mad a
show of strength both In London and New
York and there were reports of some large
sales effected here. United States Steel did
not share in th benefit of this movement.
There was a fresh crop of rumor of divi
dend Increases and a revival of old ones
touching Brooklyn Transit, C. and O. and
Louiavtil and Nashville prospects
Bonds were firmer. Total sales, par
value, $2,ll,000. United State bonds wer
unchanged on call.
Number of sales and principal quotation
on stocks were as follows
nies. Kirn. uow. una.
fund. $.'.614 WO; enrrenr liabilities. i4.412.17;
working balance in treasury nfflcee. 121.
S11.34f: In banks to credit of treasurer of
I the I'nlted Stste. f.lt.V.4 ; subsidiary
lver coin. U1..M13; minor coin. 11.10,, (CI;
otal balance In general fund. 3H2.667.S4".
19
12
M
IS
14
30
Omaha, Neb.
A8
74
72
72
7
7
;
74
in. Raln-
Mln. fall.
44 .10
62 .00
4. .00
4 .00
60 .10
4t .00
40 .30
61 .00
46 .00
ew lark Maaeg Market.'
NEW YORK. Mav 10 MONEY On call
steady. i4 per cent: ruling rate. I per
ent; closing bid, 8S per rent; offered at 4
per cent. Time loans firm and dull; sixty
daya, 9fr4 per cent; ninety days. a4 per
rent; alx month. 44V per cent; prim
mercantile paper. 4tS- Per cent.
HTKKUMl F.XCH anus weaker, witn
actual business In bankers' bills at IIOM
4 JM for sixty-day bills and at M MT6 for
demand: commercial bills, MS3t4MS.
SILVER Bar. b3e; Mexican dollars 44c.
BONDI Government stead v: railroad
firm.
Cloeln nuntstinns nit bonili wera aa
folio :
..liv tnt. .Met 44.
,.t trier.. M. M. 4v?a...
. .lnIvJpsn m ..,
. .10H d 4t ...
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. .114V, l, S 4-tt. (IMI).
.. N. un. 4s
..1WV4M..K a T. lit
..Wi Jo . 4V4 .......
.. 71 Mn. paelflr 411 ..".'!.
..lnasN. rtT. of M 4Ws
. rN. T. ontral g. is '
, ss4 40 drti . ..,
.110 N. T. H ct. ....Ulv
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. M Ne. Paclfle Is ....... .W
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. vPnn. rr. 9H (I1S
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1MV4 Un gen. (......:.. M.
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. SSS 1 1st ld 4t H
.. TO sSMbcmnl A U 4s. . IW
. sw. Psrino col. so
V. ret. tt r ..
So ref. eoapoa.
Ss Sa. reflirtares
ansa enupon ...
ds 4a raglaiara
n 4a coupon . . .
Allls-(iai. let la..
Am. At la
Am. T. a T er.
Am. Tobasro 4 ...
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Atrhlaen sn. 4a . .
as cv. 4a
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B. O. 1st 4a....
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do tut . ...
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of Oa. la
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ci. of N. J. mm. (la
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do sen. 4a
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do rfd 4t ...
nolo. In4. Ca
Colo. Mid. 4a
Appreciable rains occurred In the Minne
apolis, .St. Louis and Columbus, districts
SUice the last reports. Temperatures below
freeslng are reported In North Dakota and
northern Minnesota. L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecasjer, Weatner Buceau.
SEW YORK GENERAL MAKET
(iantatlons
on Varloas
Allla-Chalmars fd
Amalgamated rioppar
Amarlran Arrtcukural ....
American Baet gugmr
American Cae
Amarloan Car A Foundry
Cotton OIL S
H. a U pfd ...
f-e gacuritlc..
Llnaaml
Loeomottr
J
. A It.
Steal r
Sagar Refining..
T. A T
ToAacee pfd....
Woolan
Mining Oo ....
'Article.! Opon. Jligh. Low. j nose. Yes y.
Wheat I
1
May- ' 114Vla
Julvy 103n-ial
'jWlVa:!!
JlllkV l
scortf- I
81
a,i
1 16
1 Wtv
, 1 Si
61:
1 IV I
1 U4
1 00l
I
61
1 n 1 1 12
1 0'; 1 04
1 W 101V4
Sl4
62 V,
I
iSS'itil'i
SUV '
' I
22 MSi; 22 ft
t 6b I 22 K
424 42
40S J9J'o40,
31
I'
I
42S 42(ff42W
40H 40'Kj
21 5TU. 22 SO
22 67Vk 22
12-77V,. II S2V
12 74 ,12 '.I
I . 1
1J 62V 12 2Va;'l2 60
II! TVJ 12 66 U 42'
I
12 70 1 12 72S
12 67H 12 62Vs
I - I
! 12 50 I
1 12 46
22 24
Zi 7Vt
12 70
12 )
12 471,
12 42-a
May
July
rept.
Dec.
Oata
.May
;l),t,
I NC.
Fork
l-Iuly
(4ept.
lard
July
oieju .
iiii,-:
.Inly
t'ept.-'
N.! .... . ' ...
("ush (n'lotnilon were as follows:
KLUC It Higher: winter patents,
ujo; winter atralgts. f4.ba4.IM;
"tiaiRhtN, Jt 50flt.7.i. spring patents
4h for best hard; bakers. I4.0O1I4 So
ltVIKNn. ' t; .7S(37lc; ; feed or mixing
IswIay.'tyiltiMe; fair to chuica malting, 6sW
t;,c.
SEED Flax, No. I southwestern.
No. r northwestern, $2.40; timothy,
l lover- tll.su.a - r,. . ,
IMtiiVLSKiNS Mens pork, per 100 lbs.,
-2.'i5'u23.ui; lard, per 100 lbs.. $13.1i; short
iths. -.Hldf,' iluobei, I2(.0(t12.;v,; short
Irai' snioa, 4boxed.), $13.1:6.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equalled to 2i5,uuO bu. primary receipta
were 23t.0rtu bu . compared with 212.000 bu.
the .coireapoflding -day -a year ago. The
world s visible supply, as shown by Brad
street s decreased ;. 3,8.0110 bu. Estimated re
or.iitA lor ivMiKaiowi wheat, 21 cars; coin,
oai. .uau,.m cara; hogs, W.ouu head.
,-"U14" "h. Prices-v .eat: No. 2 red,
... i:e..N" 3 ,d- 1UV11"; No. t
(raid. tllrl 11; No. a hard. $110& 1.144;
'. ,r Nf " MlOi .Corn; No. t cash.
iv !v ' .v ofyoic; No. I white, tiit
..V?''.V??..3.'hi"'' Mi66-; No. 3 yellow,
..xiHjyiC; Ko. yellow. S-'iiffiLw. Oata No.
No.
tand-
4.iyd-spring
t..3S'(
$2.30;
.1.06;
of the. Par
Commodities
NEW YORK. May 9.-FLOCR-Quiet
and steady; spring patents, t5.26dj6.66;
winter patents, I5.401i.5.ft0; winter extras,
No. 1, 64.0Oft4.nO: Kansas strelghts, $4.80(9
6.00; winter straights, $4.866.00; spring
clears, $4.2OU4.60; winter extras. No. 2. $3.76
4.O0; receipts. 49.64o; shipment!, 1,360.
RYE FLOCK Steady; fair to good, $4.2u
T4.46; choice to fncy, $4.404.60.
CORN MEAL Steady; fine white and yel
low. $l.481.6; coarse, $1. 2641.30; kild dried,
$3.2R.
CORNMEAL Steady; .fine whit, and
yellow, Sl.40tfl.45. ... . .V
WHEAT-Spot. easy; No. 2 red-.: $1,15. c I.
f. ; No- 1 northern, ll.l!!. -Ajwnlig naviga
tion. Tttl9n ftHkekcr Whetrtsjorted easy
on th , cables.' vbntJ rallied , arid was firm
during the merning hn Small offerings and
support by bulls, but. eased off ahgrply late
on reports of rains In the northwest, clos
ing -rd'iu net lower. My closes, si. 10;
July, $1.10V; September. $1.07;- receipts,
67. WW bu.; shipments, 41,000 bu.
CORN Spot, steady; No. 2, 8Vc, ele
vator domestlo basis; export No. 2. nom
inal, f. o. b.. Option market was without
transactions, closing unchanged to He net
decline. May closed, 69Vck July, 71c;
September. lVtc; receipt. 6,(26 bu.! ship
ments. 8.600 bu. 1 .,
OATS Spot, steady; mjxed, lbs.,
nominal; natural white. Z&tfM lbs. t 4W4Vc ;
clipped white, 34(642 lbs., :Mac. Option
market waa without transactions.. Re
ceipts, 47,276 bu.
HAY Firm; prime, $1.20) No, ,1. '$l.J2V8i
1.17; No. 2. $1.001.06; No. 3. 6c4$l:00..
HOPS-Dull; state oommort to choice, 1908.
Hfiric; 1H0S, nominal;- Pacific Coast, 1908,
14ttlHc; 1W, nominal.
HIDES Firm; Central America, 23f 23Vko;
Bogota, 22'4(623ViC. .
LEATHER Firm; Hemlock firsts, 2U(ff
29c; seconds, XlSu-'Tc; thirds, 22'a26c; rejects,
2tfr2tc.
PROVISIONS Pork, firm; mm, $24.00
4i24.50; family, $26.O0li27.tM); ahort clears,
$23 00i 27.60. Beef, steady; mes, $16.0Oigl.0O;
family, $19.0ttf20.00; beef hams, $24 00523.09.
Cut meats, steady; pickled bellies, 10 to
14 pounds, $15.60i&'17.00; pickled ham. $15.76
Wirt. to. Lard, ateady; mioaie west prime,
$13.4(S 13.60; refined, easy; continent, $13.80;
South American, $14.60; campound, $10.00tgi
10.60.
TALIXJW Steady; prim city hhds, 7 -16c;
county, 6ilj7Tic.
KICE--yulet, domestic, B'VtfSc; Patna,
tih'tlc.
BUTTER Easy; creamery specials, 28V4
29c; process specials. 2iVk&2oc.
CHEESE Firm; stat full cream, old at
to quality, IfiHdjivc.
EtiOS Steady and unchanged; freah
gathered, regular packed, extra firsts, llfyip
22c; firsts, 20t(21c.
St. I.onls tieneral Maritet.
ST. LOC18. May 10. WH EAT Future
lower; May, $1.12; July. $1 01H; Beptember,
$1.00. Cash weak; track, No. 2 red, $1224;
No. 2 hard, $1.14fi 1.184.
CORN Futures weak: July. 6.1He; Sep
tember, 6ic. Cash higher; track, No. 2,
6Vntl64c; No. 1 white. 7lc.
OA'I'S-Futures lower; July, Se; Septem
ber. 37Hc. Uaah firm; track. No. 2, tic; No,
t white.. 4fc.
P.YE Nominal, S0c.
FLOUR Firm; red winter patents. $5.40
$10.70; extra fancy and straight, $4.7tK6.20;
hard winter clears, $3,763)4.10.
SEEl-Tlmothy. $a.00"iJ.60.
CORNMEAL $3.26. 1
BRAN Steady; sacked, east track, $1.04
41. On.
HAY steady; timothy, $14.50-918.60; prai
rie, $ 10. WV(f 18.60.
BAIHHNO 74c.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork, unchanged: Jobbing,
S22.25. Lard, hlgner; prim steam, $12.97-
illlTO1,. Dry xalt meats, ateady; boxed
extra short, $14 124; clear ribs, $14,124;
short clears. $14,374. Bacon, ateady; boxed
extra short, 115.374; clear ribs, $15,374;
short clear. $16.(24.
Pltl'Ll KY siuiet: chickens. 144c;
springs. 23c; turkeys, ltic; ducks, 124c;
Bl'TTER Steady; creamery,
EUOb Steady, 184c.
Receipts.
Flour, bbls 92.rti0
Wheat, bit .7.000
Corn, bu.., ...6H.7eo
Oats, bu.'. 64.600
riViVlufl4?':i Nv- 3 444V46V;
'aM. 44444c 4'; N0 '
imn'i
au-y
ni lef ci
creameries, 233 2ic;
BUTTE R-Hteadv-
dairies Vi2j.V.'. .
St-ad; receipts, 25 6.". cases- at
intra-:' eases included. Iil8c f rs" 184c
ITlnie. firsts. 19c. ,
iVJF'1!;?fc'",SU,"1;: "Jt'tl't. 1416c: twins,
I'u ,o fa,,cy-
enK "J.V: U"", ' lic' pnlck
.VI7AL Steady: 60 to 0 pound elahts
Mj9i; h0 to, 6V-pound welgnis: .iilOc- 65 to
llu poimda -weights. 10r,Hc. " . '. 10
Chicago Ha.eHit Whest. U csrs- corn
lis oaas..ki ,4r Estimated Tomor
row- vh- ai. cars; coi n. ; K Hn ,,
l."4 Cn't ."
ts-,r'.'. - - c
l.le;iool t.iuja Market.
KIlmUi'M a' 10. W h E a t
No. t '1 LfVrstern winter, no ai..nu'
. . A
Amarlnaa
American
American
American
Amarican
American
Amarican
American
Amarican
Amarican
American
Amarloan
Anacanda
Atch'son
Atchiaon pfd
Atlantic Coast Una
Baltimore A Ohio
Bethlehem Steal
Brooklyn Rapid Transit. .
Canadlaa Paclfle
Cantral Leather
Central Leather ptd. .......
Central of N. J
Cherepeake Ohio
Chicago a Alton
Chicago Great Weet., n.
Chicago Oreat We. pfd.
Chicago A N. '
Chicago, Mil St. p....
O.. J., C, aV St. h
Cola rnel A iron..'....;..
olo A southern
Consolidated Oei
Corn Products
Dalaarara A Hudson..
Penrer A Rto Grande ....
Iwmver A Rio Grande pfd.
Dietlllera' Sacarttlea
Br I a
Kria 1st- pfd
Brie Sd pfd
General Rlectrlc
Oreat NnrtHern pfd..".:.'...
Great Northern ore ctfa..
Illlnola Ontral
lntarborough-Mat
Imerborouwh-eMt. pfa..u..
Inter. Harvester ...,!.:...
Inter-Marina pfd . ,
imemailonat Paper
International Pump ......
low Ontral
K. C Southern ..
K. C, Southern! pfd
Laclede Oaa
Loulellle A Naah trill,
Minn. a St. Louis
M , St. P. A a Sta M....
M K A T.:
M., K. A T. pfd
Missouri Pacific
National Biscuit
National Lead
N B.J of M Id pfd
New York Central
N. Y., O. A W ,
Noroflk A Weetern
North American
Northern - Paclfle
Pacific Mall
Pennsylvania
People' a Oaa
Pitta., C, C. A, St. L. ..
Pittsburg Coal
Praaaed Steel Oar
Pullman Palaca Car
Rallwaf Steal Spring...
Reading
Republic Steel . .-
Republic Steal pfd ...
Rock Island Co
Rock Ialand Co. pfd
St. L. A 8. V. id pfd....
St. Lou la I W
St L. s. W. pld
Blosa-Shefflald S A I
Southern Pacific
Southern Hallway
Southern Railway pfd ...
Tennessee Copper
Texas at pacific
Tolad Sti L. A W
Toledo, St. 1.. A W. pfd .
t mon Pacific
Tnlm Paclfle pfd
I nlted Stales Realty ....
tnlted St a tea Rubber
I'nlted States steal
I. S. Steel pfd
I ten copper
Vlrslnta-UarolUi Cham...
Wabash
Wabaah pfd
Western Md. ctfa
Waatlnghouaa Else
Wsstem tnlon
Wheeling A Lake Brie .
Toul saels for th day,
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Kansas City Oraln and Provisions.
KANSAS CITY. May 10. WHEAT May.
$1044. bid; July 9H4; bid- September. 9846'
9oac. bid Cash nominally unchanged; No.
t hard. $l.IVal.l3; No. 3. I1.4SH; N. t
red. $1.061.13; No. 3. $1,032)1.11.
CORN May. 614c: July. tS14t,61Ve, tell
ers; September. 60uU04c, sellers. Cash un
changed: No. t mixed, 834c; No. 1 634c;
No. i white. n64ft84c; No. 3, Utj66c.
OATS Nominally unchanged; No. t
white. 4,T.i4ic; No. 2 mixed. 4ofq42c.
RYE-;n72c.'
HAY-l nchanged to 60ctil 00 higher;
choice tlmotflv. $15.00; choice - pralrl
$l0 7rvill 00; cholc alfalfa. $16.6017.60
BL'TTER Two centa lower; creamery ex
tras. 2c: firsts, 24c; seconds, 22c; packing
atock. -Mc.
EGOS Unchanged to 10c lnwn current
veers, ao.eu, mtscenanous
southerns. $6.06, storage
'
nece-ipts.
Wheat, bu 82 000
Corn,, bu llisn
OP.IS. bi s on
receipts, new
cases. $5 1;
packed, $6.70.
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OMAHA UK STOCK MARKET
Receipt! of Cattle Are Liberal and
Prices Are Lower.
HOGS FIVE TO TEN CENTS HIGHER
Strang Provision Trade More
Balance Keeling Induced
Liberal Hnn ol Stock
Sheen Weak.
.a
Than
by
SOUTH OMAHA. May 10,
Receipts wr: Cattle. Hogs
Offlelsl Monday 8.176
Estimate Tuesday 6.000
1010.
Sneep.
h.M
WW
16.S97
14.1M
12.S36
12.87ii
11. IDS
.o
To days this week... 8.17
Same days last week.... 9.1-6
Same days 2 weeks ago. 977
Sam days 1 weeks ago. 7.817
Same days 4 week ago.l3.1t7
Sam daya last year.... 8.S"3
Th following table shows th icelpt
of tattle, hog and slitcp at South Omaha
for th year to d.ite. compared w tn Uit
1910. llsTi Inc. l.ec.
:0.7t3 3H4.7M 25.9N8
79,120 9W..200 227. 40
64L3UO 5?a,8J6 &M
fnllnwln lahU ahnat th avarSg
prices of hogs at South Omaha for th last
several daya with comparisons:
Cattle
Hogs
Sheep
in
f, ih 111 1 a at ... 374
17 IS. . . IP) . ... 2
It f . . 9 74 4t 8 S
II M4 40 2 " 4 r. I1' 8 .
20 ... 2 ' 7 7- ISO 8
11 IH ... 8 21 17 ... 8
11 tn ... 9 20 . . 9 xi
71 p4 l I 7? 2i'J 8 8
71 SI 1M Si ! TIT' '
82 !4 SO 2 2.'', f 2'7 . . 9
7 ! si r.,;, ; S4i 81
?n ... :: ?i 5 ...
i ISO ... IJ4 7S vi ... .
87 t?l - 8 Si's 18. 74 ...
4 38 10 r, t; -.. ?' t 2
7 374 . . 2 .'1 44 ! 40
48 til ... 88 9
144 f.Vt :ilfl IS 85 th . . W
Kt, 23, . . II , 4 J! ' 2
74 714 139 2 2S ' 24. 21 ... 2 3
n in i js :i t so
7" t:t ! 2 3.-, 7t !l 120 8 S
(3 3M 900 8 8.-. 14 J2 ...
f 843 ... 9 8 68 .:?4 . . 8 '
2-1 81 I1 8 77 24S 170 II"
SI 12 . . 2.1 61 818 ... 8? 4
83 ?44 80S 9 28 40 10 ... 9 S3',
SO s !V1 2 :. 87 3: ... 9 884
t 812 80 1 js .4 m 41) 9 a:4
74 3SI SO J.8 14 ?fl ... 8 87 4
17 280 M l 47 273 ... 8 324
73 J10 ... Ill iS 8 S?4
7 321 SO 9 18 M :S ... 9 874
70 882 ... t . 29 84 80 9 324
34 J.V) ... 9 85 7 379 ... 9 8i4
7 ..22 SO ; Is v ... 9 M
74. 24 SU 9 l 81 3"4 40 IK
t ItO ... 2 28 94 771 ... 9 88
40 987 ... 9 2,'. 32 88 ... I 88
73 228 SO 8 8'. SS 274 ... 8 3..
8? 2?1 ... If, II 391 ... 9 87 4
87 218 ... 8 28
Dal. 1910. 1909. 1908. 1907. 1909.190i. 11904.
CAS ret. A i. 44s 974 do 1st and ref. 4a. 94
rtei. A M
D. A It. O. 4s.,
tin ref. ft
Plstlller' Is
Brte pr. 1. 4s
09 gan. 4
do cv. 4a eer.
do ser. B
Oen. glee, ct la.
III On. 1st ref.
99 t. S. Rubber 6 ....1034
. 9 V. S StMl M 89 ... 104
. fJSVa.-car Ctiem IS 94
. 1'WtjWsbaah 1st Is 10
. 914 dn let A ex. 4s.... "04
. 73 We4. Md. 4a s
. 77 sest.. Rise. rv. la.. M
. l4Wts Ontral 4a 91
.1HMs. Pac. as. &a etfa.. 94
. 8
May 1...
May 2...
May 8...
May 4...
May 6...
May 6..
May 7...
May ...
May ...
May 10..
Sunday.
Receipts and disposition of live slock at
the Union Slock yards, South ommia, tor
twenty-tour hours ending at s p. m., e
teiday.
HKUKins. ... ,
Cattle. Hogs. neep. ti r a.
Boston Stocka ainal Bosda.
BOSTON,' Mav 10 Closing Quotations on
mining stocks wera
Alloues
Ami I. Copper
A. Z. U S
Arlforta Com ....
Atlantic
B. A Corb. C. A
Butt Coalition ..
Calumet A Heel
Centennial
Copper Range ....
ftaet Bmt Copper
FranklUi
Olroui CVm
Granby Cnn
Oraene Cananea
Me Rcrale Cop .-.
Kerr. Lake
Lake Copper
La Salle Copper ....
Miami Copper ....
Mohawk
444Nevada Oon
... S4NlplsMng Mines ..
.. fc4 North Butta
.. 17 North Lake
.. 14 Old Dominion
S 124 Oarer.,
.. 204 Perron I A C...
. 66 Qulncr
... l?4Khannnn
...87 Superior ,
,. S Sulierlor A Boat on
... 124 Superior A Pitta ..
.. 7 Tamarack
...48 V. B. Coal
... 84 U. S. S ft
.. 18 do ptd ....
.... 141'tah Cnnsnl
... e84t;tah Onpper
. . 124 Winona
... 224WolTertne ..
...80.
AOII
A M.
. 194
. 10.
. 884
114
. 84
.134
. 18
. 7
. H4
. 44
. II
. 114
. 84
. 14
. 484
. 494
. 814
. 484
,. l-i
.119
C. M. ft St. P 1 2
Wabaah R. R
Missouri Pacific .... 2 1
Union Pacific 45 2'1
C. & N. W. teavsti.... 0
C. & N. W. (west).. 44
C, St. P. M. ft 0 20 2
C, H. &. W- teaati... to i
C. B. ft 4 (west).. , 44
C, R. I. A P. (east).. 10 2
Illinois Central 8
C. O. W 9
Total Receipts .227 113
Nw York Cnrb Market.
The following Quotations ar furnished by
Logan ft Bryan, $1 South Sixteenth street:
Bar . State Oas 27 Inspiration 7 8-1
Butte Coalition 80 Larose 4 U-18
Cactus I 15-1 Net. consolidated .. 94
cnino 13 Nswhous 80
Oilef Onnaolldated .. 14 Ohio Copper ,...:... 24
Dtvts-Daljr 14 Ray Central 34
Ely Cantral 1 Swift Pkg. Co. 1'
Kly Conolldated .. 10 Sears, Roebuck Co. .1114
Pranklln 13 Silver King ("lltlon. MS
Olreux 14 Superior A .Plltaourg 114
Ooldflald Cna l4Tonopah Mining .... 84
Oreene Csnanes .... !4Tr1nltr Copper 94
New York Mlslsg Slock.
NEW YORK. May 10 Closing quotations
on mining stocks were:
Alice 200 headTlll Cob I
Brunswick Coa ...... 8 Llttle Chief 4
com. Tunnel 20 Maslcatl 130
do bonds II Ontario 200
Con. Cat A Ve. Ophll tl40
Horn Sllrer ......... 41 Standard so
Iron Silver ....148 Yellow Jacket 90
London Stock Market.
LONDON. May 10. American securities
opened a fraction higher on the stock ex
change and Improved on ateady buying.
At. noon prices showed a net advance of
4 to ' over the final New York prices of
yesterday.
Consols, money 814 Louisville A N.
do account 3I4M., K. A T ...
Amal Copper 704 N. T. Central..
Anaconda A Norfolk A W...
Atchison Ill da pfd
do pfd IM Ontario A W....
Pall I mors A Ohio. . . . 11 14 ptnn.janla ..
Canadian Pacific 1944 Rand Mlnaa
" ' Bank Clearing-.
OMAHA. May 10 Bank clearing for to
day were $2,349,208.(2 and ttr tha corre
sponding data last year war $2,436,844.98.
, .
Metal Market.
NEW YORK. May 10.J-METALS-The
market for standard copper was firm and
higher; spot. May and Jurfev l2.Vflia.to;
Julv. 12.85il3 66. London maurket. strong;
soot. td 17s 6d: futures. 167 17 6d. Local
dealers reported an Improved market. Lake
copper. $12.75W100; electrolytic, $12.6012.76;
casting, $12.26012.60. Arrivals of copper at
New York today wer 600 tons. Custom
house returns showed export of 851 tons,
making 4.864 tonS so far this-month. - Tin,
firm: snot. 132.WSS3.10: May. m9O(3-3S.10;
June and July, $32.90J33.18. London market
firm alao: snot closed 1149 17s 6d; futures,
161 10s. Lead, easy; spot. Kri5f4.36, New
York; $4.1244)4.174, East St. Louis. Lon
don. lower at 12 10. The American Smelt
ing and Refining company has reduced Its
price from $44.60 to $44.00. ' Spelter, steady;
spot continue mors or leas nominal In New
York with quotation ranging from about
$5.06rt 20. On the Metal exchange May de
liveries are quoted at $6.ft.'.a6.16 at New
York; East St. Louis, soot. I4.90a6 00; Lon
don was unchanged at 22. Iron waa higher
at 49s 104d for Cleveland- warrants in
1ondon; locally, quiet; No. 1 foundry nor
iharn. I17.00rai7.75: No. 2. Slt.60m7.00: No. :
southern and No. 1 southern soft, $18.25S
1$ 76.
ST. LOUIS. May. 10 METALS Lead
firm, $4,174- Spelter, higher, $4.96.
Wool Market.
BOSTON. May 10. WOOL-Interest in
Oregon staple holds -the attention of th
local wool market. Other linos continue
estlmatee that half th Utah clip was sold
on the sheep back. - Pulled wool la dull
and demand for the foreign product 1
limited. ' t '
dull and weak. Soma heavy sales of tha
and It is estimated that 2.600,000 pounds are
now In th market awaiting buyera. It I
Shearing Is now active In many of the
f:rowlng sections, but th farmer are hold
tig for higher price. Only a few eastern
buyers are in the west. Soma of the lead
ing domestlo quotations range as follows:
Domestic wools: Missouri, three-eighths-blood,
81&'32c; quarter-blood, 29g'30c. Scoured
baals: Pine medium staple, 69c; fine
clothing, orf2c', fine mediunt clothing. Wft
67c: half-blood, 6758c; three-eighths-blood,
66(9660. Pulled: Extra A, 0!rt2S; A supers,
57El68c.
HT. LOUIS, May 10. WOOL-Lower. ter
ritory and western mediums. ' 20f 23c; fin
mediums, 184j22c; fin. Uwlrtc.
$ 4i 24 t 28 1 6 111
6 84 6 24 27, 6 12 4 67
S 3X II 1(1 t ihi 1 00
25 8 31 I 24 4
s I 6 U 6 M 4 tvl
241 I 6 2S 4 64
$ 27 $ 15 I 4 to
1 an K lii I K1 4 I 111
187 I 6 39 t Ml 6 21 i 15 4
9 I 6 36 211 6 191 4 69
I 6 961
9 013,!
S 8441 T 01
9 00s 7 C4j
9 19-V.I 7 W
9 274 91
1841 8 86
S V.
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6 87
6 34
42
DISPOSITION.
Cattle. Hogs.
Omaha Pkg. Co txw
Swift and Company .... 1.11"
Cudahy Pkg. Co 1.M6
Armour At co i,ct-u
Schwarts-Bolen Co
Schwartxchlld & B no
Murphy
Sinclair I"?
Morrell 47
W. B. Vansant Co 1
Benton Vansant & Lush 15
Stephens Bros. ' 28
Hill ft Son 22
V. L. Lewis w
Huston Co 9
J. B. Root ft Co S
J. H. Bulla 21
l. woir 1
H. F. Hamilton 7
I. Rothschild it
Mo. ft Kans.-Calf Co.. 4
Cllne Crlsty a
Other buyers 447
Total
V.045
2.077
1.H4S
1.711
1
i.097
Sheep
1.4
1.5M
1.53"
2.136
::v.
17
506 9.703 7,196
CATTLE Receipts were liberal and the
quality very fair, the offerings, inciuaing
an unusual largo proportion 01
. .... .4,.i.na were discourag
ing, and this, together with the llhft
a.mniv ....id rather bearish reeling
In the'trade, and while both local packers
and eastern ahlppers were out early after
supplies, their Dlds were anywhere from
' . '. . . ..... .. 1 .. .. . tl.en
barely steaay 10 iuuy a anus
veatenlav. and the bulk of the StOCk
changed hands on this basis. Th more
desirable weighty steers met with more
favorable demand than any time recently
. nA 4a th heat arl va n IS STC While t n
plain medium weight gradea suffered the
most and wer slow .sellers from start to
finish.. There was not a great deal or life
to the trade at anyUiroe, but Indications
wro favrtmhiM for varv eood clearance.
Nothing has developed so far as the mar
ket for cams and lienors waa cunin 11
and for the most oart Dlices were In sub
stantlally the same notches aa on yester
day. Choice light heifera are selling abou
aa high aa at any time this season, and
thin stock, on which the feeder buyers
will compete. Is also meeting with a ready
outlet, owing to the competition from
southern cattle, the market for the general
run of butcher stook is net very lively and
the undertone has been weak for several
days, although prices show very little
change. Veal calves were In better de
mand and a little stronger and there was
a good, steady market for bulls, stags and
rough stock generally.
Business In atockcrs and feeders was
rather nnlef nnrl nrlcea ComDSratlVCl
steady for the general run of stuff. Oood
tn choice stock steers and heifers were In
moderate supply and were a little stronger
hut the a-ennrel market was verv little dlf
ferent from yesterday and the volume of
hiifilness sens comriRratlvelv small.
Ouotatlona on cattle: Good to cholc
enrnfed steers. 87.35fc7.86: fair to good corn
fed steers, $6.867.30; common to fair corn
fed steers, $5.756.80; good to choice cows
and .heifers, $8 001(7.00; fair to good cows
and Tielfers. $4.75g5.85; common to fair cows
and heifers. $2. 7574.76; good to choice
stockers and feeders. $6.60fun.50; fair to good
Blockers and feeders, $4.76utC.40; common to
fair stockers and feeders, 13.4.75; stock
heifers, $3. 7604. 85: -al curves, $4.00f8.00
bulls, stags, etc., 63.76ft6.2o
Representative sales:
BEEF STEERS.
Chesapeake A O
Chicago O. W
"hi., Mil. A St. P.
Pa Beers
Denser A Rio O...
do pfd
Ens
do 1st pfd
do Id pfd
Grand Trunk
Illlnola Central
SILVER Bar,
MONEY 24124
Rr..
Reedlns
. 28 Southern
.148 40 pfd
. II Southern Pacific
. 414 union Paclfle...
. H4 du pfd
. 8841:. I. steel.
. 414 do ptd
. It Wabash
.24 da pfd
.131 S osnlsh 4s
steady at 24 13-ld par os.
per cent.
Th rat of discount In th open market
for short and three months' bills is 3 $-169
(j'34 per cent.
.1494
434
.1214
.1014
. 9i
. 4
. 44
94
.-414
. 874
. 43
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1M4
. 98
. 144
.1314
. 31
444
24
l.neal Severities.
(Juotstions furnished by Samuel Bums,
jr., 633 New York Llf building, Omaha;
Beatrice Creamery, earn ,
Cltj of Omaha 44a, "84
Cudahr Packing Co. la
Slow Portland Cement bonds
lewa Portland Cement eon. bonds...
Kansas City Stock Yards stock
Long Bsll Lumber ts
Nebraska TaL slock, 4 per cant
North Platte Valley trrl Co. la. 1120.
Omaha Waier Co. la. 1911
Omaha Water Co. la, 1944
Omsk Water Co. "4 pld
Oman a Oaa Is, I9l7
Omaha Gaa 4a. 1S14
Omaha K. L A P. la. 1838
Oauti K. L. pld t per seat
Oaiaha St. Sr. 8 lill
Omaha A C. B St. Rr. 6a. 1928
Omaha A C. B. tt. R. pfd
Omaha A O. A St. By. cooa ,
O m alia A C. B. Sr. A . pld
Psoitis T. A T. U. ipll
touts Omaha aa. city of
Staua Citr a Lock sards ptd
Topeka ftp. Is. 19s
lnli.4 Ksnsaa P. c. Ca. 4a, 1950....
. To net 4 par not. , .
Bia
884
ins 4
84
94
894
99
10
914
18
24
104
914
24
14
8
84
78
48
84
194
, 88
904
1014
984
108
It
I004
l'
101
u
8914
101
84
884
MO4
N4
44
a
94
MS4-
Evaporated Apple and Dried Frnlts.
NEW YORK, May 10-EVAPORATE1
APPLES Steady, but market continue
quiet. On the spot fancy is quoted at 10c,
cholc at 841840, prime at Qt'c and com
mon to fair at 6&64c.
DRIED FRUITS Prunes are quiet on th
Spot, but prices are steady. Quotations
range from at)e for Calffornlas up to
20-40S and 4iVc for Oregon. Apricots are
unsettled, owing to conflicting reports from
the west. Choice. lOdflOtfcc; extra choice,
10Ai:3tl4c; fancy, 114ful24c. Peaches ar
quiet, but price are steady, with little
pressure to sell. Choice. 4VgT)4r; extra
cholc, 6Va7c; fancy, 7&74C Raisins are
dull and featureless. Loose muscatels are
quoted at 3Vu6c. choice to fancy seeded
at 44i)fic, seedless at 34344c and London
layers at $1.2011.2o.
Hlaurap ursln Mnrkel.
MINNEAPOLIS, May 10. WHEAT-SI 094,
(rl.10; July, $1.004'f 1 0S'. September, $1,004.
Cash. No. 1 hard, $1.14; No. 1 northern,
$1.11401 -12V. No. S northern, $118)41 104;
No 3. 81.0fV61.OclV
riAX-tnosed st $2 36.
CORN No. t yellow. 69ifl0c-..
OATS No. 3 white. 40Srn41Sc. . . .
R Y E No. 2. 72734c
BRAN In 100-lh. sacks. $18 00frl8.2B. '
FLOITR First patents tin wood), t. o. b..
Minneapolis, $5.3086 60; second patenta, $5.10
H6 30; first clears. $4 1694 25; second clear.
$i90t3..
- . ,a
Toffee Market.
NEW YORK. May 10 COFFEE The
market for coffee futures opened steady
at unohanged prices to an advance of 5
points In response to steady foreign mar
kets, but eased off In the lat trading
under scattcrlrg liquidation. The close was
steady, net unchanged, to points higher.
Salea wer reported of 20.000 bags. Closing
bids: May. 8.36c June. 8 40c: July. 8 (Or;
August. 4 4c: rtteptcmber. t.nOr; October,
November, 8.65c; December. 1 60c j Januarv,
66c: February. S.tktr; March. .c and
April. 8. . pipot, quiet: Rio No. 7. H.c;
Santos. No. 4, 9Vc; mild, quiet; Cordova,
9H 124-
Trraiarr Statement.
Irr tiuoda Mnrkel,
NEW YORK, May 10.-The primary cot
ton goods market was quiet during the
n atmi8tiiu.il. atay i.-Tne- condition 1 Ingly. The woolen goods market ar dull.
Of th treasury at the beginning of bust- 1 particularly on goods for nearbv delivery.
ncse uxiay a luuow: . 1 rust runris I Rome manufacturers of dress
aa.it mi "o; silver nonars. 4.
No.
10...
14...
11...
14...
11...
8...
16...
88...
I...
70...
I...
II...
I...
29...
I...
11...
4...
9...
I...
11...
80...
8..
10...
1 ..
3...
15...
i:::::
As.
170
904
ISO
831
841
1170
1104
1240
941
1114
, !14
, 1127
10f,S
1187
1040
.. 837
.. 940
..H40
,.10',1
..1122
.. 101
.. "20
.. 843
.. 836
.. MS
.. 876
Pr.
8 40
I 40
4 80
4 90
1 00
1 00
1 10
T 10
7 16
1 SO
1 90
7 IS
7 28
7 :s
1 88
No.
37...
74...
80...
33...
20...,
24...
83...
37...
87...
17...
14...
80...
80...
81...
cowa.
At. Pr.
.1241 7 15
... 378
... MS
... 744
...960
,..1540
...1780
...U70
. . . 1 170
...1720
8 40
I 45
4 18
4 80
4 II
4 40
I 00
6 IS
I II
I 83
I 86
. HEIFERS.
3 71 41
4 18 LJ
6 6P
BULLS.
11..
14..'
1023
.....1194
1104
1181
1221
...... 1847
......1172
121
1881
.. .1.1841
137
1498
1492
1407
.. Ht
.. 140
..1021
..:i:
..1041
..IOU
..1I50
..1012
..100
. . 1013
810
100
840
SO
210
93 ,
140
180
STOCK ER;'
170 m
618 4 7.')
184 4 So
4 60 .
I 71
I 00
I 10
I 10
I 10
calves:
748
, 774
..1850
..12oO
,.1440
..118
..19J0
T 26
t Sfi
1 38
7 36
7 46
7 45
1 48
7 65
7 80
1 40
7 70
1 75
1 80
7 85
6 61
6 71 -6
83
I 00 .
I 00
i 10
6 II
4 II
4 81
6 25
6 76
6 10
4 II
4 15
4 28
4 80
I 88
SH KKI'-lAtub tiade as very draggy
today, the same as yesterday, and common
offerings met with more of less discrimina
tion from start to finish. Shorn strings.
with a reasonable degree of quality were
a anted, however, and despite a fairly lib
eral run sold In very good season at fig
ures quotably steady with tlio.e that pre
vailed yesterdity. A spread of $X.2,vfi8oO
took the bulk of receipts in this branch of
the trade, the best grades selling st $8.h.
In A word, the general situation remained
unchanged, best lambs going at firm prices
Ttlth others dull and about a dime lover.
The iiroDorllnii of woo ed ambs is grow
ing smaller each day. but this phase of the
trade Is only sessonshle. The Colorado
crop, which usually comes in th rieece. is
practically ail in and most 01 uie iin
Nebraska feeders have also taken their
profits. According to recent reports, there
sre only about 15.000 head of fat innuis in
Colorado feed lota yet to be marketed.
The tone to sheep tra.le was almost as
sticky as that In the lamb department tins
morning, but sales were even less irequeni
owing to th smaller supply and Indifferent
quality. In point of prices, the tendency
was somewiiHt lower, neonncs 01
A dime off buying the bulk.
Current prices 011 woolea ismos air jui-
about 15c higher and prices on woolea
Sheep around 60c higher than values on
similar quality shorn- shlpmenis. The fol
lowing quotations apply to the latter cliiss
of stock: Oood to cnolce lambs. $8.40'j
8.85; fair to good lambs, $7.80fi.4O; good
light yearlings. SS.tW8.25; H000 neavy
llnrs. 17.S;f7.76: rood to cholc. wethers,
$7.905816; fair to good wethers, $i..a.. ..tw;
good to choice ewes, ..0l3i.aj; iair iu (u
ewes, $o.6ogi.ow.
No.
4.S6 Colorado lambs, wooled
490 Colorado lambs, wooltd
2.12 Colorado lambs, shorn
499 Mexican lambs, shorn
433 Colorado lambs, shorn...
380 Colorado lambs, shorn
89 western yearling and wethers
180 western lambs, shorn
42 Colorado lambs, shorn, cuus.
270 western lambs, shorn
30 western lambs, culls
4:-5 western ewes
26 western ewes, culls
200 western lambs
38 Colorado ewes, shorn..
26 Colorado ewes, shorn, culls.
20 Wyoming sheep and bucks...
107 Wyoming lambs, shorn
870 Wyoming lambs shorn
376 Wyoming lambs, shorn
233 Wyoming lambs, shorn
164 Wyoming lainbs, .auorn. culls
CHICAGO LIVE.,, STOCK MARKET
Cattle and Sheep Steady Hogs II e-
ported Hliclirr.
CHICAGO, May 10. CATTLE Receipts,
2.5O0 head; market, steady; beeves, $5.80(0
8.55: Texas steers, $4.9tKfi8.50; western steers,
$5.10(37.50; stockers snd feeders, $4.00xft:6.70;
cowa and heifers, 82.7Mt7.60; calves, 6.0oS.2;,,
HOWS Receipts, 7.000 head; market, lotiff
15c higher; light, $9.35(69.60; mixed, $9.35(9
t.65: heavy. $9.39.624; rough, $9.3.Vu9.4o;
good to choice heavy, $9 4r.ff9.6:4; pigs, $8.91
859 60: bulk of sales, $9.50(i9.60. . .
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 13,000
head; market, steady; native, $4 357.90;
western, $4.60(37.90; yearlings, . $7.1(j8.2o;
lambs, , native. $7,2:fl9.20; western, $7.50g
9.26 -
Ksniy srlecl. per bunch. $J 'Hm .1 11 mho.
bunch. $.'.','! 3 .5. til ape Fruit; Fionas. 44
ise. ."'. 7.1 -it Mfi-4 per box, f',00.
Apples; Hui Davis, per bbl., $3 50, Callfor
til fancv W . W. I'em main., pet box,
':. California rxtra fancy . W. Pear
mains. Bed W ood brand, per box, 3.' :5;
rxtra fancy low a Jonnthftiis. per bbl., rt no.
Ct -ib"i't le ; Jeise. fieh xt.ck. pi r bog.
$Mk'. Dates: Anchor brand, new, Jo ).fc.
pkiiS- In box. per box, ti V. Figs: Califor
nia. 10c sise. Mc.
VF.UKTAIil.K!--ir.sli Potatoes: Wiscon
sin and nallxe. per lui , .'i"iioc; Colorado,
per bu.. 6k-. New Potatoes. In sacks, per
lb.. 4c. Seed Sweet Potatoes, Kansas, per
bbl . 8.t. Cnhbatte. New California and
riopthetn. per lb. 3V Onions: Texas cry
stal wax. per crate. H 90. jellow, per crate,
lit;', old Vegetables; Parsnips, carrots,
beets, lui nips. In sacks, per Hi.. IV. Unrllc:
Kxtra fancy, white, per lb., lie; red, per
lb. 18c.
NEW SOUTHF.R.V VKttKTA BLF.S
Kitdlsht-s: Per tins, bunches. 45c. Turnips:
Per dox. bunelies. MK- Carrots: per dot
bunches, Mc. SliHllolta. Per dox butiches,
fk'. Parsley: Pei dox. bunches. 50c. Beets:
Per dog bunches, fine. Splnnen: I'er bu.,
Ii lbs, $1 ''. 1-7 a K Plant. Fancy Florida,
dox., Sl.ia.Kii 2 CO. Ionia toes; Pnncy Florida
or Cuba, per 8-hsk. ct .ite. 75. choice,
$.X'. String and Wax Beans: per hamper,
about 23 lbs., $3.09. C.reen Pens. Per ham-
Iier. 2 mi 1 ucninliers: Mot liniise, prr dog
I.50si2.ii; Texas, per os., 75e.
Hti.MI-7 (IIK)WN VEOriTABI.ES- Radlsh
rs: i;xtra ftiiic;. home grown, per dog
bunches. J'C. Lettm-ei Extra fancy leaf,
per dux. 4 V; lead lettuce In hampers,
l. 75. Parsley : Fancy home grown, per
th x. butiches, 4oi.; Hhiioat b: Per dog.
bunches, 45c. Asparagus: Per dox biUH-h.es'
0V. Green unions: Per dox. bunches, s'r.
Nl'TS Black Walnut: Per lb. 2c; Call-HOItSKKADlSH-2
dox. in case. $l.w.
fornls. No. 1. per lh., I7c; California. S'o.
2, soft, per lb., 14c. Hickorynuts: Large,
per lb., 4c; small, ier lb, 5c. CoCoanuta;
Per sack, $f.0(.i; per do., boo.
( olt'.n Mnrkrl.
YORK, May 10. COTTON Spot,
Middling up-
I.1H1O, . sale.
Av. Pr
84 8 70
82 8 70
78 8 40
82 8 65
80 8 50
80 8 50
80 6 40
73 7 60
64 6 00
8ft 8 25
72 6 00
101 6 75
91 4 50
9 8 25
90 6 75
75 S 25
81 7 00
64 8 15
M 8 15
KG 8 15
68 8 15
53 6 85
NEW
closed, unlet, 20 points higher.
lands. I."i7tc; middling Kulf,
3,4 hales.
ST. LOUIS. May 10. COTTON- Steady :
middling. 14't4c; sales, none: receipts, MS
boles; shipments, 1.9NI bales; stock, 32, 808
hHles. ' ,
Snaar Market.
NEW YORK. May 10 SUGAR Raw,
firm; muscovado Sit, test S.90c; centrifugal
9i lest, 4.31V; molatsp sttKar, SO test, 8 fvc.
Refined, steady; crushed, 6. !.; Kranulnted,
5.25c; powdered, 5.36c.
COFFEE Spot, quiet; No. 7 Rio. S4c; No.
4 Santos, 9Vtc
Oninhn liny Mnrkel.
OMAHA. May 10.-HAY No. 1. $900; N
2. $..(5; packing, Sfi.OO. Straw: Wherit
$S.00; rye and oats, $7.00. Alfalfa. $120.
The supply of poor hay la much heavier
than the deninnd and low prices prevail,
but all grades have advanced 60 cents.
Peoria Market.
May 10 CORN Higher: No. 3
No. 2 yellow, 63c; No. 3 vellow,
3, fi.'4c; No. 4, 604Se14c: no
TEORIA
white, Rrtc;
624c; No.
grade. SMi.'iDc
OATS Steady ;
3 white, 424c.
standard, 43y43Uc;. Ko.
Milwaukee tirnln Market.
MILWAUKEE, May lO.-FLOUR-Steadv.
WHEAT No. 1 northern. $1. 144f1.15; No.'S
northern, $1 IOvii.12; July, $1,034.
OATS 42-a42s4c.
BAKLKY S.i m pies, 5WTfV,Vi-.
Dnltith Grain Market. ' .
DUU'i.i, lit w Hl-.A.i' may, St. 114;
July, $1.11: No. 1 northern, $1,114; No. 2
northern, $l.0!ia.
OATS 414c
Turpentine Mnrkel.
SAVANNAH. May 10. TURPENTINE
Firm, tV)c.
ROSIN Firm: type F. $4.70; O, $4.75.
I
An Ante Collision
means many hnd bruises, which Bucklen's
Arnica Salve heals quickly as It does
sores and burns. 25c. For sale by Beaton
Drug company.
Knnaaa
KANSAS
celpts. 9.000
market for
City Live Stock Market
CITY, . May 10 CATTLE Re
head, including 300 southerns:
steers, steady to strong; for
others, weak; cholc export and dressed
beef steers, $7.6568.30: fair to good. $5.60
7.50; western steers, 6.50tjji7.75; slockers and
feeders, $4.00(hn.10; southern steers, $5.25Cu
7.50; southern cows, $4.20f7j-n.OO; native cows,
S3.85tys3.76; native hoifers, $5.50fr7.30l bulls,
84. 50(1 d. 25-; calves. 34.00r.iH 00.
HOGS Receipts, 9,000 head; market 10c
to 20c higher; top, $9.50; bulk of sules, $9.25
9.45; heavy, $9.40fft9.50; packers and butch
ers. t9.264J9.46; light, tu.25.40; pigs, ..:
4(8.90.
SHEEP ANItfts-dtAMfW Receipts. S.0I0
head; market steady to strong: lumbs, 87.00
(S9 00; yearlings.-$.76(r8.0(); wethers, $i.00fli
7.60; ewea, $5.50477.00; Blockers and feeders,
$3.50446.00.
St. I.onls Live liloek Market.
ST. LOUIS. May 10. CATTLE Receipts,
4,81X1 head, Including 1,200 Texans; market
steady to lower; native shipping and ex
port steers. $ii.7(Xfi S 00; ' dressed beef and
butcher steers. Sn.OWiK.OO: steers under 1.000
pounds. $5.604fli.00: stockers arid feeders.
H.mKrrs.Zo; cows and heirers. $3.;i5(as.O0;
conners. $2.76C(jl3.25; hulls, Ji Otsti.To; calves,
$4,0048.25: Texans Snd Indian steers, $4.76
48tl0; cows and heifers, S3.OWH.50.
HOGS Receipts. 7.90O head: msrket 5c to
10c higher: pigs and. lights, $.0Oft9.i;0; pack
ers. $i'.55r.65; butchers and best heavy,
$.C0SD.70.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 3A09
head; market 10c and 15c higher; native
muttons, $r!.50fT7.S0; lambs. 7.504?885: culls
and bucks, $2,OCXfi3.a); stockers. 3.!rfij.60.
St.. Joseph Live Stock Market.
'ST. JOSEPH, May 10. CATTLE Re
ceipts, 1.700 head; market active to steady;
steers, $5.5007.76; cowa and heifers, I3.i&d'
7 60; calves, $3.0008.00.
HOGS Reselpts, 8.500 head; market 10c
higher; top. $9.50; bulk of sales. $.3t)fcfl.40.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.2W)
head; market steady; lambs, $7.50xur9.10.
Stot-k In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the five princi
pal western markets
South Omaha..
St. Joseph
Kansas- City ..
St. Louts
Chicago
yesterday;
C.tttle. Ho;
.. 5,ono
.-1,7(8)
;s. Sheep.
9.O00
4,800
2,500
4.H50
3.6(10
9,000
7.900
7.000
li.H'
1.200
8.0" i0
3uX)
13.(0)
Totals ..
OMAHA
2,1.000
(t:KKAI.
2,051 32,897
M4RKETS
4 00
6 )
I 80
1 00
1 ni)
, 7 00
7 28
7 m
170
191
110
140
11
ICO
170
140
7 SO
7 60
I OH
I 00
I 01)
I 26
3 28
3 li
I 88
7 80
4 28
4 33
Gold coin
47iTOf4V silver dollar of lssn. $3,740,000; sliver
cei tlftcstes outstanding, 84-dj 474 00t. General
fund Standard silver dollars la general
men's
si ear fabrics
goods and
ar offering ettiacllve
values in stock good, but purchaser are . jcu.
not iMf-uiiauii event ai toe low 8igurS WfUtn 19
ar Dtmi namea.
1
6
AND FEEDERS
10 ll I 10
6 404 I 38
4 e4 a at
STEERS AND HEIFERS
...492 4 88 28 all
...10 8 80 14 us7
,.' 741 4 46
COWS AND HEIFERS
, ,.in20 4 10 4 ;g
... 834 4 10 8....... 913
HOO A strung provision trad more
thn balanced any bearish feeling Induced
by a liberal run of hog today and prices
ruled higher from the opening. Advances
of 5 10c were scored in both divisions,
packers and stieculators buying freely.
The latter clas of buyers purchased about
80 per cent of total receipts. In spite of
several large orders, movement was not
specially active and It was well along to
ward noon before a clearance had been
made.
Good butchers sold right around $9.259.30
In most cases, but th prad between good
Hunts and Uia heavier gradea haa narrowed
Consld-rahly of lat and the former class
of stock Is selling almost on .a par with
weightier lots. Quality, however, Is the
main consideration and where quality Is
lacking the customary reduction la atlll
preserved. .
A large share of theVun went at St) 30a
9 30 as compsred with yesterday a long
strings nf $9 15 q (I 0. Tops advanced to
$9 874. 74c higher.
Representatives salea:
As. Sh. Pr. So. A. Ih Pr.
184 2"0 3 78 71... ... 3 274
.Sot 111 4 43 ... 6 j:4
Staple and Fancy Produce Prices For.
nlahed by buyer end Wholeanlera.
BUTTER-?ramery, No. 1, delivered to
the retail trade,- In 1-lb. cartons, 2c; No. 1,
In 80-lb. tubs, 284e; No. 2, In 1-lh. cartons,
27c; in 60-lb tubs, 2b4c, packing stock, solid
pack, Ki; 'dairy, Ih bi)-lb. tubs, 22c, Market
changes every Tuesday.
CHEESE Twins, l4c; young America.
17c; daisy, 17c; llmburger, Wc; No. 1
brick, ltic; No. 2, 15c; domestic block Swiss,
Be; Imported Swiss, DOc.
POULTRY Dressed broilers. $9.00 do.;
for stprsge, . $0.4X1; for fresh springs, Hue;
hens, 19c; . corks, 124c; ducks, guc; geebe,
J5c; turkeys. 2uc; pigeon, per dox., $1.30;
homer euuabs, $4.00 per dn.; fancy squabs,
$.1.60 par dos A'd., 1, $3.i per dox. Alive:
Broilers, from Pi to 14 lbs., 4oc; )4 to 2
lbs., 30c; hens, 14c; old roosters, lot:; young
roosters, ltic; ducks, full feathered, 14c;
geese, full feathered, 9c; turkeys, lse;
guinea fowls, c each; pigeons, 9Uc per
dox.; homers, $3.00 per dog.; squabs, No. 1
V.-.09 per dox.; No, 2, 60c. ,
FISH (all froaen) Pickerel, c; whlteflsh,
13c; pike. 10c; trout, i:ic; large dapples
15118c; Spanish inackei-el, 18c; eel, lc; had
dock, 13c; flounders, 12c. Green catfish
lKc; trout. 15c: buffalo, 8c; halibut, c;
white perch, 8c: whlteflsh, 15c; yellow
perch, 9c; bullheads. 12c; white bass, 17c;
roeshads. $1.00 each; sliadroes, per pair, 60c;
frog legs, 30c per dox.
Beet Cuts hlt-s: No. 1. 17c; No. 2, 144c
No. 3, 13c. Loins. No. 1. 19c: No. 2. 164c; No'
3. 14t. Chuck: No. 1, 9c; No. 2. 84-; No. 3.
64c. Round: No. I, llc; No. 2, Itc; No.
8, luv.o i-iate; jo. i, ,nc; jvo. 3, 74c; So.
'FRUITS Ktlawberiies; Tennessee and
Ixiulaianu, 24-qt. cases, per case, $3.00; 24
pt. cases, per case, 1200. Oranges: Califor
nia Camelta and Producer Brands Re.dland
Navels, S0-9H slxe, pi r box, $3.(v; 128 else
per box, $3 60; 150-J78 end smaller sizes'
per box, $4.00. 4ther brands from River
side and other districts, per box, $3.O04i3 5ij-60-96-1U
sixes, per box. 12 75. Havana Med
IttertSnean hi w rets, Uo-112 sixes, per box
,3 0u; 160 and smsllei' sure, per box, 83 35
lemons: Liniuinara. extra taucy, 3S)-3iiO
sixes, $5 60; cholu t0o-3H0 slits, per box,
$4.7u; 240 sixe, aw per. box less, bananas'
Thousand Dead
Recovered from
Ruins of Quake
.
Bodies Taken from Debris by Soldiers
and Bed Cross Workers Surviv
ors Cared for.
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, May 10,-Mort
than 1,000 dead have been taken from the
ruins of Cartugo. No one la allowed w-lthln
the precincts of the devastated city except
the Red Cross workers Rnd a gang ol
soldiers and volunteers employed In clear
ing away the debris, removing the bodies
and dynamiting the dangerous buildings.
Most of the survivors Of the earthquake
are now at San Jose. Medicines and food
supplies from American warship are be
ing rushed from Port Llmon, but the 'con
dition of those who still remain ground the
city is such that extraordinary measures
must be taken to provide assistance and
shelter for them.
Even In San Jose, the residents, for the
most part, sre living in tents and wooden
structures, fearing to occupy their homeB,
as the earth tremors still continue.
No living person haa bean taken from tht
ruins In the last two days, and although
1.000 dead have been removed, It Is known
that there are still many beneath th
broken wulls and timbers. Owing to the
general feeling of panic . the various or
ganizations engaged in the work of relief
find It difficult to reach all. Many sur
vivors are still hungry and helpless. It
Is reported that American marines would
be sent to Cartago to give assistance' and
there ia great need of their presence. '
Every mother should know that Cham-'
berlaln'a Cough Remedy Is perfectly sat.
Moyse Falls Into ;
Law's Grasp Again
Man Arrested in Omaha for Beating
Board Bill Faces Swindling
Charge in Chicago.
CHICAGO, May lO.-Jullus Moyse. also
known as Hairy Vincent Kavanaugh uud
Dr. V.. L. Lee, alleged bigamist and swind
ler, who married Miss Florence Uaniburyer
of Chicago, Is under arrest in St. Lou, a,
according tuword received by (he polks
here tonight .aud will .he brought to Chi
cago 011 a swindling charge.
Several weeks ago Moyse was arrested in
Omaha and taken to Kaunas City, charged
with beating a hotel bill. He was freed
of this charge and left Kansas City be
forj Chicago detectives could arrest him.
Moyse's home is -said to' be at Greenville
Mlf.
CONVICTED BANKER'S WIFE
SEEKS PARDCIN AT CAPITOL
Mr. I harlea W. Morse Aaka Member
of (on arras tu Stun Prtlllou
I rglnkv Husband's Release.
WASHINGTON. May lfl.-Mr. Charles W.
Morse stood nearly all afternoon at th
main entrance of the house and aenute to
day and quietly Importuned members of
congress to sign a petition to the president
to pardon her husband. Charles W. Morse.
Many members, both of the house and
senate, signed the petition. Some do
declined abruptly, and others explained
their unacqualntance with th fact In .the
case and did not sign. With Mrs. Morse
was Miss Morse, a sister of the convicted
f Inane Wt.
Foley Kidney Pills eontaln In concen
trated form lugredlenta of etsabllshed ther
apeutlc value for the relief am cur of alt
kidney and bladder ailments.