Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 08, 1913, Daily Sport Section, Page 11, Image 11
THE BEE; OMAIIA, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1013. 11 TtKAT, KRTATC! FARM A KANCH LAMPS POH BALD Cnlllornln. SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY ALFALFA and FRUIT Lands. Southern Pacific and Santa Fe main lines traverso our absolutely level tract. Only 15 feet to water; alio artesian wells. Five hours' run to either San Franoltro or Los Angeles, with a combined popula tion of far over 1.000.000. $125 PER ACRE ESY TERMS. S'JL-01"" half-rate excursion to SUNNY OALIFOENIA In May See the FONTANA ORANGE GROVES, located on the clectrto line from Lot Angeles to Riverside. Make your rcseratlons early and let us show you the "QOLDEN BTATE" from San Francisco to San Dletro. For free handsomely Illustrated book lets on all matters Callforlan, see or write KARL BREHMB. 515 IlM bldg. A CALIFORNIA home In tho Sacra mento valley; 10 acres for fruit, vines and poultry; only $400: easy terms: close to railroad and markets. Goss Realty Co., Sheridan, Cal. CALIFORNIA land excursions 1st and d Tuesj W. T. Smith Co. SIS City Nat Blc Canada. Best Farm Lands In Canada Garden Tracts Ad joining Fort Fraser. 5 and 10-Acre , Tracts in the Famous Necham Vnltev. B. C. Farmers that havo looked Into farming" lands In the wonderful northwest say that nowhere In the entire country nra there lands, to be found aa fertile as thoso In the famous Neoha6o valley, li. C. Long- summer days of 13 hours' sunshine, extreme fertility and the temperate, well balanced climate Insure quick growth and maturing- of crops and no crop fail ures. Fine land for wheat or fruit raising. And wonderful pasturage facilities 10 months m the year make It Ideal for dairying. Now is tho time to buy. The Grand Trunk Paclflo completes 1U lines through the Neohaeo valley region this year. Puts you olose to big markets. Fort Fraser. the trade center of the region, is growing rapidly-putting In J3.000.000 water works anS 'crio lighting plant. Fort Fraser will be tho most Important city on the Grand Trunk Pacific between Edmonton and Prince Rupert. Tho whole oountr is growing by leaps. And It's a bully chance for up-to-dato farmers and set tlers to get n and buy the best farm lands In Corrida at mighty reasonable prices. Also Business Lots in Fort Fraser At Low Prices Long Time. Write me for faota and prices. I can prove every statement with government figures. W, B. Jordan GRAIN AND PRODUCE MRKET .kVe e ..ihn..l..nou,f8 wero vransrerrlng thorr nr& J-If8 to the mor dcferr3 ones. v 0V-, n wheat wn - It t inn..- JJf555tJret.' . report gave a decrease of -Trwf?'" ,n toe' of corn east OC thO ROCKltM. I'avArla. mmmt.im Ml.lMlUt that Indianapolis. Louisville and other ..w'f ?ver Biding Chicago for J..... '"'vmnK points. Tnese bullish iXlSI'? u 'iu'e t0 d0 wltn tne market which followed tho break in wheat Cash corn was unchanged to l2c higher. Z!le ots trade to a great extent ig nored the weakness and decline in wheat hM?h yesterday. Cash oats wsro Ho Chicago Wheat Traders Are on Buy ing Side of Market, DECREASE IN CORN IS SHOWN llraditreet'a Report of TellOTT Ce real Bast of Rooky Mountain ShoTrs Shortage of Over 8,000,000 nnahela. OMAHA. May 7. 1912. The larger oonceriiH In the Chicago wheat trade wet fairly well banded to gether yesterday on the buying side of me in&TKoi, wnue uie seiuns was pnnoi pally by the talent, and considered weaker In character than tho buying. Pit conditions continue to rule values, and the talent almost to a man will find themselves short when they enter the big pit on the Board of Trade tomorrow morning. As viewed by one trader, there was too much enthusiasm oi. tho bear side yesterday, following a break of 4 j. nose wno oeueve in lower prices for Wheat, displayed out little caution and. In some lnstnnnpN. tmnr luricmrmt In throwing over largo quantities of that nrouna me lowest levels. Crop conditions could not be Improved upon and never were as rosy aa at the Present. There are some In thn trude. howover, who believe the crop prospects have at least been partially discounted, and that It Is well to abntaln tho use of the hammer In pounding values down ward on the declines, such as have been seen during tho last few days. Nearly every big concern In the trade bought more or les-i wheat ycrlerday, as cus tci urn were following their advice to tako on some cheap grain, as the pros pects are uood for a reaction and rallv along the entire wheat list. One of the features of tho market not already men tioned was the persistent selling of the REAL. ESTATE FARM & RANCH LANDS FOR SALE. Wyoming?, FOR SALE Old Fort Laramln. nn Laramie river, in Goshen county, Wyom ing: containing 1,080 acres good land and many valuable buildings; 600 acres under ditch: 300 acres good sugar beat inn. good ditch goes with land. For full partl uiutD tvi'iJij' iu unuGn. .juseyn wild Wheatland. Wyo or John Hunton. nv.... Laramie, Wyo. REAL ESTATE LOANS. MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAIIA IIOMES. NO DELAY. J. H. Mithen Co., INC. a CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDO. DOUGLAS 1178. CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlberg Co.. 310-312 Brandels Theater 'Bldg. MA HA homes. East Nebraska farms. O'KEEFE REAL KBTATH CO. 1018 Omaha National. Douglas 2715. LARGE loans our specialty. Btult Bros MONEY To loan on business or real. dence properties, 11.000 to $00,000. yv. n. muMABi zat male Bans: uiac. HARRISON & MORTON. 918 Om. Nat. Marquette Bldg. Chicago, Illr FOR descriptive list of flnoV Canadian i?"?.8, ,5lttrKa tracts and farms, writ O. W. Chapman, Laurter. Manitoba, Uluourl. 8,080-acrs stock ranoa for sals for less than half Its value: .for further Informa tion address Owner, A. J. Johnston, Mer chants National Bank Bldg., bprlngtield. Mo. FINE horns In the O corks: 80 acres well Imp., flno orchard, large peach crop. One house, 830 per acre for a quick sale. Trosk Co-operative Land Co., Traek. Mowi.ll C.. Mo. MONEY on hand at lowest rates for lcana on Nebraska farms and Omaha city property In any amounts. II. W. HINDER, 823 Cty Nat. Bank Bldg. 8100 to 810,000 made promptly. F. D. Wad. Wead Bldg.. 18th and Farnam. LOANS on farms and Improved clly property, 6, 64 and 6 per cent; no delay. J. H. Dumont Sc Co., 1803 Farnam St WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam Smith tt Co.. 1320 Farnam at. GARVIN BROS and up REAL ESTATE WANTED Minnesota. CLAY AND BECKER COUNTIES, . MINNESOTA. In the famous Red River valley; rloh. black soli, clay suboli; 820 to 80 per S.cr,?i Sy rms. Send for list. U. T. Fell&nd Land Co., No. 627 Palace Build ing, Minneapolis. Win. BEND for free list of Mlnnwota forms, 130 to 176 per . acre. Minnesota Lama Agency, Court Block, St. Paul. Minn. GOOD Improved farms in the Red river Valley in Minnesota and Dakota, 840 to $55 per acre; land adjoining valley 8J0. Agents wanted. Iowa Land and Loan Co.. Jloorhead. Minn. Montana. SIXTY THOUSAND acres Carey U-nd open to entry at Valler, Mont; fifteen annual payments; section famous for grains, grasses, vegetables; well adaptod to diversified farming. For particulars write Valler Farm bales company. Box 1026, Valler. Mont. ox WE ARE owners of a large block of Yellowstone county, Montana, farm land and are prepared to. otter same on close prices in tracts of ULOOO acres or up. Correspondence invited, if Interested. Prospective, purchasers will be shown the land. Danaher-Hplton Co., PlymoUth Bldg.. Minneapolis. Minn. Nebraska. DON'T forget to be at Crawford. Neb 8 June 26-27-28. 1913. Ill FOR SALE CHEAP. ' 820 acres choice level land with black roll, 8 miles from county seat, on main lino U. P. B. H., In Nebraska. 813.50 per acre, one-fourth cash, balance long time at 6 per cent. A good buy for use or speculation. , J. II, DUMONT & CO.. Phone D. 650. 1603 Farnam St.. Omaha. Wanted City Loans Peters Trust Co. 1622 Farnam St. New York. COME to the land of opportunity, where crops are sure every year; 92 acres, 824 per acre, 8500 cash down. 1 mile out; buildings worth 82,000. 150 acres, 850 per acre, buildings worth P.OOO. 100 acrca, 2 miles out. macad. road. 830 Per acre. $oQ0 cash down. It, R. fare to purchaser. Write for photos. Munson The Square Deal Lend Man. 2426 8. Saline St.. Syracuse. N. T. BMP-IRE "tate form given away; 278 ac1"u '.Vii!".,6?. cno,oa Holein cows, worth 85,000; buildings worth 810.000; fod der and tools; milk averages over 817 every day In the year; old age reason: price 817.000; 85.000 cash. 8200 yearly, 6 p cent Interest; free catalogue. C. J, Ellis Varmera bank, Springvllle. N. Y ' Miscellaneous. V, B. FREE homestead lands. N.w atlas (copyrighted) just Issued, n foS colors, size 10x16. of the Rocky' mCuntalS ' and national forests; contains six col ored maps Colorado, Wyoming. Utah New Mexico. Idaho. Mon.aSL T.il. about new U. 8. 3-year homtstead law Carey act. desert land act. mining laws! Other valuable Information, up-to-date-worth 31.50, for cents, postpaid. Atlas Dept.. 921 Post Bldg, Denver Weekly post, Denver, Colo. "wy Wanted to Buy Two residences In Omaha, one for ahnnt 33,500 and the other oJbout 36,500. and put in as part payment 2-1 of South Dakota land, il valuod at 32,500, and tho other at $4,000. For further Information see 0 'Neil's E. E. & Ins. Agency 1505 Farnam St. TL Tyler W. OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET OearAnpiiM n... t rwv iS?? i u.ht2 OHt Rnd wheat and flour equal to 378,000 bushels. The olose at Liverpool was HUo lower on wheat and Uc lower on oorn. .ilniary "heat receipts were 703,000 bu and sh pmenu of 1.429.000 bu. against re ceipts last year of 3M.O0O bu. and ship ments of 453,000 bu. .i7lmJry com receipts were 62S.000 bu. ftnd shipments of 35S.0O0 bu. against re ceipts last year of 808,000 bu and ship ments of 394,000 bu. . Primary oats receipts were C87.0CO bu. and shipments of dotooo bu. against re ceipts last year of 627.000 bu. and ship ments of 607,000 bu. Carlot Itfceipts. . Wheat Corn. Oats. Chicago jj 863 147 Minneapolis 198 Duluth hk Omaha jj Kansas citv m St. Louis so winninpc ,o '$lJ$Ez?- mesHc':' No. s hard. SJlVfiKClr? Mn A h.H uun.. M spring, SJiOJic: Nc. 4 spring, S2S2o; No. 2 duram. KArfT.-raL- Mn a,.ZZ. uiri . ' ' - . . WIIH-NO, 34 30 SI white, MtfwV: No. 4 filter l&ViffMc: No. 2 yellow, 6JOo; No. 3 yellow, 53 JSATlfc?,.8x-vrh,ie' S4'-Cf34Mc; stand- AXrNo- 1 o)cs hvy llXtj NO. 2. E?Ut&rrt Nn KTifWmirt " VU4tl7g IW" cff , """.. f.? nam, winter. 1 car SJC 1 car 8IUo; No. 3 mixed, 1 car $4c; No. 3 nprlng, 1 car 83Hc Oats: No. 3 uui MBS, v.ui-1); no. 2 wnilS, 1 car 64to: No. 3 white. 3 cars 544c. 2 wnue. i car mc; no. yellow. 1 car Ullf i r.L. w ...i lOW. 1 cat- (IfX-nl) Rlt 1 nar Mil. A yellow. 1 car 52Hc: No. 3 mixed.' 2 cars w, i r o.?c. itye; jno, 2, t car 65o. CHICAGO GRAIir AND PROVIBIONB PMtnren of h Trndtnir nnil Closlnir CHICAGO. Mnv T-n Of WhOAt tnilBV nv. -tfAwf. previously weak market. Closing figures showed a net gain of Ho for July and .ii, . "3-aj wafl nt a net de cline Of UOUc. Corn mfnrA n.( - . 7ifnu, gnu xinianea at IS. aavance Of UOKo to but 6o up. ",v The change from weakness to strength In the wheat market came In the final hour. Reports of oxnnrt Bnlo. laat n1.h) and today placed the total at 2CO.OO0 bushels. When this news was made publlo the market was already recover ing from early weakness, the uplift uciiib neipea aiong oy purchases on the part of traders who had oversold, Though May nicked un nms from mwn. Ing flguros It could not equal tho gains of ine oiner months. Etirly weakness of the wheat market was mo outgrowth of continued bearish crop conditions In this county and be cause of Improved Russian crop prospects wnicn weoKenea roreign markets. Primary wheat recelDta todav were 703,000 bushels; last year 855,000 bushels. Seaboard clearances of wheat and flour equalled 276,000 bushels. Speculative buying lifted corn. Reports that Argentlno corn harvest was hindered by rains was an additional bullish In fluence. Fears of Injury to oats by dry weather In Illinois and Indiana caused the upturn noted In that market. Provisions after a weak opening, inv proved somewhat being helped through mo wnoie ust ty large buying of Sep- lemDer lara. Quotations ranged as follows: Artlcle. Open. Hlgh.l Low. Close.l Yea'y. LIBT your house with us. We have buyers. Osborne Real Estato Co. Doug. 147fc WANTED REAL ESTATE, Four or' five lots adjoining, with sewer, water and gas, close to car line. W. FARNAM SMITH & CO., 1320 Farnam St. Tel. Doug. 1064. LIVE STOCK MAHI I' til KM Ship lUe stock to South Omaha. Bave mileage and shrinkage. ' Tour consign ments receive prompt and careful atten. non. Live Stock CoiatniMlou Blerehaata, BYBns BROS, a Co. Strong, reliable. CLIFTON Com. Co.. 222 Exchange Bldg. MARTIN BROS. Be CO.. Exchange Bldg. WANTED TO RENT WANTED Desk room In downtown of fice. State price. Address 8-378, care Bee. WANTED to rent a garage In the neighborhood of 24th and Burt St. Tele phone Red 4301. STEAMSHIP. ' ANCHOR LINE STEAMSHIPS Ball every Saturday to and from NEW YORK LONDONDERRY GLASGOW Ocean passage 7Vi days. Moderate rates. For book of tours, rates, etc, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, Gen. Arts., 35 W. Randolph Ht. Chicago, OR ANY LOCAL AGENT. WANTED TO MOT. Dolgoff fd hand store pays hlghtst Prices for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1BW. P.fSBT prices for furniture. Call D. 7801. WOULD like to buy a five or six-room house to be moved on a lot. One In the neighborhood of Htli and Clark preferred. Telephone Rod 430L D. 8055. Quick buyers of furniture. LEGAL NOTICES. TO BONDHOLDERS OF THE SHER ldan Cool Company The holders of bonds of The Sheridan Coal Company on, hereby not'fled that the undersigned trustee, under trust deed of The Sheridan Coal Company, dated June 11, 1903, and recorded June 20, 1903, In book 26 of mortgage records, on page 43S, In the office of the county clerk of the county of Sheridan Mid state of Wyoming, has received notice from The Sheridan Coal Company that It will, on or before June 80, 1S13, remit to the undersigned 324,000, to take up and retire 24 bonds, as pro vided in said trust deed. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has drawn and selected by lot the following twenty four numbers of twenty-four of the bonds outstanding, secured by said trust deed. 1. e.: 33. 99, 132. 136. 133. 1C. 161. 179. 187, 194 204, 210. 236. .318, 320, 886, 453. 454. 616, 538, 664, 576, 678, 584, for payment from the sinking fund to be so paid to it by said The Sheridan Coal Company under said trust deed, and upon such payment of said 324,000 to the undersigned on or be fore June 30, 1913, the upderslgned will, at Its office, at the corner of Dearborn and Madison Sts., In the city of Chicago, Illlnola, on the first day of July, A. 1. 1913, pay to the holders or regis to red owners of said bonds numbered as afore said the principal and accumulated Inter est thereon, upon the surrender and de livery thereof to the undersigned uncan celed and accompanied by all unpaid coupons thereto belonging. Interest on each of said bonds, numbered as aforesaid, will cease after said first day of July, A. D. 1913, whether presented on said day or thereafter UNION TRUST COMPANY, Trustee. By RUFl'B F CHAPIN. Secretary M-8-16-22-29 Wheat May July.lS9&$9yil 89H SeDt corn, May, juiy. Sept Oats. Muy July Sept! Pork. May! July) Sept Lard. May July Sept Ribs. May July Sept 8i 89KOH i 54054 5431 33 34tiQ3tl 19 17 19 17 18 W4f 19 W 10 82V4 10 70 10 72J4J H 37K 10 9i I 10 7&fid 10 77H1 SjV4 34Ttt&35 34ft 19 22Vi 19 HU 19 12 10 90 10 75 10 77V4 10 V) 88T. 51 65 S4 34G34yi 19 15 19 15 18 X 10 524 IV 7U 10 70 1187H' JU 3b 10 75 64? 65 66 35H SOU 64',4g54 35H ,84 19 22H 19 30 19 12H 10 90 io nm 10 80 19 22 19 25 19 07 10 85 10 7E 10 71 10 76 11 40 10 10 4710 Chicago Cash Prices Wheat: No. 2 red. 99V4c81.02; No. 8 red, 9296c: No. 2 hard, 90H&92Ho: No. 3 hard, 89810 ; No. 1 north em. 90802c; No. northern, 8090c: No. 3 northern, S7lfiS5c; No. 2 spring, 8990a; No. 3 spring, 879c: No. 4 spring, 80imc, velvet chaff, SOSOlo; durum, 94Q0so. Corn: No. 2, 55K65c; No. white, 67f 57Hc; No. 2 yellow, 562fi6io: No. 3. 54 Vi 6c: No. 3 white. 67ij57Viu; No. 3 yel low. 6466Uc; No. 4, 53ieC4V4c: No. t white, t&UWAc; No. 4 yellow, 63H4?5IKc Oats: No. 2 white, 36a37o, No. 3, 34c; No. 3 white, 3436c: No. 4 white, 34 34Xc; standard, 3&36c. Rye: No. 2, 64c Barley, 47QSc Seeds: Timothy. 32.853C.66; clover, J16.0O321.00. ProvUlons: Pork, 819.20; lard, 310.92; ribs, 311. 12H 11.75. BUTTER Steady; creamery, 25Q2714e. KGQ8 Unchanged; receipts. 26.801 cases; fresh, 18c; at mark, cases included, 1718c: ordinary firsts, 17c: firsts, J7i CISc CHEESE Generally lower; daisies, 14 eUVso: twins. UK&ISc: young Americas. 13V. ti He: long horns, 1SQ13c. firrAiuxsa oieaay, receipts, if cars: Michigan. 4345c; Minnesota. 383430 ; Wis consin. 40347a POULTRY Live strong; chickens and springs, 17c, Kansas City Grain and Provisions. KANSAS CITY, May 7. WHEAT Cash : No, 2 hard, 8508Vic: No. 3. K&OSTHc; No. 2 red, M33c. CORN-No. 2 white, 86eC7c; No. t, 66c OATS No. 2 White, 8535He. Closing price of futures: WHEAT May. 83c; July, 8383Vic; September, 834c. CORN May, 6566c; July, 6Co; Sep tember, 65QC5c. OATS-Ouly. 84c; September, 4c. RYE Unchanged. HAY Unchanged. Receipts. Shipment. Wheat, bu 63.000 85,000 Corn, bu 20.000 29.000 Oats, bu 7,000 9,000 St. Loots General Market. ST. LOUIS. May 7.-WHEAT-Cash: No. 2 red. 31.0401.15; No. 2 hard, goeoie. eCORN-No. 2. 66c; No. 2 whlteTK OATS No. 3. 35c: No. 2 white. 3044037c. Closing price of futures: WJIEAT-July. 86o; September, 87 CORN July, 63c; September, 6c OATS-July. 34o; September. 34c. RVE-263c. POULTRY Weak; chickens. Kc: springs, i5o; turkeys, 16c; ducks, uc; geese. 7c. BUTTER Lower: creamery, 2428c. EGQB-S'eady. 17c. Llvrrpool Grain Market. LIVERPOOL. May 7.-WHEAT-8pot. steady; No. 1 Manitoba, 7s llid; No, 2 Manitoba, 7s 10Kd: No. 3, Manitoba. 7s 9d; futures, easy; May, 7s 7Vid; July, Ts 4d; October. 7s 2d. CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed, new, 6s; American mixed, new, kiln dried. 6s Id; American mixed, old, 6s lid; Amer ican mixed, old, via Galveston, 6s 8d; futures, steady; May. American mixed, unquoted; July, La Plata, 5s Kd. Peoria Market. PEORIA, May 7.-CORN No, 2 yellow, 66Hc: No. 3 yellow, 65Q55UC. OATS-No. 2 white, 96o; standard, 85e. Cattle Slow and Around Ten Cents Lower. H0QS SELL ABOUT TEN LOWER Sheep nnd Lambs In Very Light Re ceipt for the Middle of the Week Prleea Ten Higher anil the Trade Active. SOUTH OMAHA, MayT, 1913. Receipts were: CAtll. IIoks. BheeP. Official Monday 4,193 6,966 6,093 Official Tuesday.. 6,705 ltd 8.091 Mlimate Wednesda)'.. 4.400 11,000 3.000 Three days this week.14.397 29.377 14.4S3 oame uays last week,. 13,792 37,367 27,762 Same days I wks ago.. 12.236 23,901 29.735 Same days 3 wks ago.. 13.881 33,193 2S.1S9 Same days 4 Wks ago.. 12.645 3,696 32,376 Same days last year, 1LCT8 82,758 11, 970 The following table shows the receipts of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha ior me year to date as compared wun last year: 1813. 1012. Inc. Dec Cattle 820.9S5 337.626 ...... 16.6U HOga 1.015,319 1327,633 303,203 Sheep 780,150 776,345 4,805 The following table snows the ranee of prices for hogs at South Omaha for the last tew nays with comparisons! Date. 1913, 1912.1U.1910. 1909. 19O8.1907. April 291 8 1SU April JUI 8 Z8 May 1. May 2, May 8. May 4. Mar 6.. May 6,. May 7.. S S0V4 8 2SH 8 21V 8 14$! 7 65) 6 74 7 H T 61. 7 1 7 63 7 4 7 44 7 49! 6 741 a fa 6 62 6 661 9 121 7 01) 6 34 9 111 6 . I s 95 9 01 S 94 9 00! 6 61 9 19 9 17 9 18 6 94 6 U ;oi 7 N 7 00 5 M 6 4S 6 41 6 34 5 X 6 37 6 34 6 35 6 23 21 6 31 6 23 6 25 6 31 12 Sunday. Receipts and disposition of live stock at the Union stock yards, South Omaha, ror twenty-four hours ending at 3 o'clock yesterday: HECE1PT8-CARK. Cattle. Hol'h. Sheet). Al. & at. p Wabash Missouri Pacific Union Paclflo C. & N. W.. cast C. & N. W wast C, fit. P., M. A O C, B. & Q., east C, B. & Q.. west. ....... C, It. I. & P., east C, R. I. & P., west . til InatH Oenlral C. G. W 4 , 1 .10 5 ,7 3 1 ,38 25 4 ,9 13 .52 47 8 .27 6 ,7 2 ,23 29 i ,6 4 ,24 3 8.7 .4 2 1 ,210 146 13 DISPOSITION HEAD. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Morris & Co 629 Swift & Co 1,161 Cudahy Packing Co.... 715 90S muui ig , , a. . .. Schwarts A Co B. O. P. Co 9 L. P. Co 83 Sinclair 9 Hill & Son 101 F. B. Lowls 44 768 2,135 3,639 8,613 303 653 1.270 869 1,023 Huston A Co. J. H. Bulla L. F. Huse Rosenstock Bros. Werthelmer & Degon.. II. F. Hamilton Rothschild & Krebs.... Mo. & Kan. Calf Co... Cllne & Christie Other buyers 16 23 34 49 189 7 8 19 3 2S5 792 Totals 4,089 10,358 4,507 CATTLE There was another very fair run of cattle here today, 179 cars being counted In, making the total for the three days 14,297 head, a liberal gain at compared, with the corresponding days last week and, In fact, the largest for any similar period for some weeks back, and larger than a year ago by about 2,700 head. The trado opened up very slow and dull. Advices from other points, especially Chicago, indicated a heavy slump In the market and buyers hero were disposed to move cautionsly until tho outcome elsewhere was better known. Their first bids were generally lOo lower and in many coses worse than that. The forenoon was well advanced before any cattle of consequence had changed hands. Beef steers sold fully 10c, and In many cases M16c, lower than yesterday. This mtans that the market for the two days Is around a quarter lower. Among the .Iim t m Til T CO l itw t ie 1 1400 7 10 1 1V0 T II 1 1400 7 It 1 .....UN T U i ism i :o 1. ......... H TM 1 10 T W 1 If00 1 JO 1.... no) i i 1 450 7 M 1 MO I H 4 IIT 1 M 1.,. 000 7 10 t I7 reo III l.US. i uio in 4. 1 1000 I H 1 1M0 100 1 ......MM t 10 1 1190 U 1... IMO M 1........... m I 7t 1 IIM IT I..., 110 7t 1.... ...... .14M M 1...... 1M0 I M 1 1110 1 1170 M 1 1100 T 00 2 1U0 7 M I 1000 7 M I IIM t WESTERNS. South Dakota. 27 feeders 897 7 35 25 steers 923 7 35 HOGS A very fair run showed up this morning, some 158 cars, or 11.000 head, being reported In. For the threo days tho supply totals 29.877, being about J.00U larger than a week ago. but over 3,000 smaller than for the same days a year Valuea at the opening of the market this morning looked to be about 6a lower than yesterday's averngo trade, , After about a third of the supply had been sold on this basis, however, values toox a decided slump and trade stopped almost entirely. At tins time sucn bids as uio buyers would make looked to be lio lower than yesterday's average. Thin condition of affairs lasted until noarlr 10:30. when the packers, seeing that they would not hn able to fill thrlr imkn at the prices they were offering, raised thetr niai to a point aoout ivo lower, ana it was on mis oasis mat the rsi or mo hogs finally sold. Shippers and specu lators wero entirely put of the market, and overythtiiK- on sale went to the kill ers. The average trade could be uuotea as being nearly 10a lower than yesterday's general market. Bulk of the sales londod at u, loan. is and toDs brouxht 18.25. sev eral loads of good light and butcher weigm stun selling at tnai price, ine market was very "slow and at timet. sticky, and It wa well along In the fore- to. at. on. IT JWJ. A, ss. i-r. 11 Ml M I OS T Kt ... U Sit 340 I M I.a.i i m; 17 (10 li... .., 41... II... II... 41... l... 110 ID IM in lio 8 Oft I 04 I 10 MT 10 10 .! 10 ( 10 M 10 t 10 . to I 10 .181 ... S 10 .IIT 10 I 10 .2U 10 10 8 10 to m no io 40 M7 100 10 11. ......171 120 110 41 Ill ... I 10 44 IIS 10 8 10 74 114 ... I 10 II 117 10 I 10 17 119 tO I 10 SO 104 t4 t 10 74 til 110 t 10 41 Ill 10 t 10 83 (It ... S 10 71 II 113 44 81 41.. .....201 10 its, i. .tot t it ... M 10 I 10 ,. I 10 0 4 1IU .. I1H .. I ISM ,SM ISO I 1IH SI K I 1IU u m leo iiw S0 ... I ink II IS? 40 I 11H 71.. ,,...!4 40 I 134 ...: ... i is ...1(1 no s is ...its ... I is ...US . I IK ...MS lit) I IS ...Ml 300 S IS IV 40 I lft SI 101 40 I IS 41 ISO ,,. 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Some 12 oars, or 3,000 head, constituted thu nntlre sudd y and of tnese only lour cars were aged sheep, there being two loads of clipped wethers ana two oi . I . t .. n,Jl.H , t r.( . r ... . t. nuuiau wwvm. Alt nuuiuuii i - -a receipts there were three loads of wooled lambs hold over from yesterday making; In all about 11 cars of lambj on sale. Chicago and the rlvor markets wore reported as having very fair runs and early advtcos Indicated dull trade and a lowei' tendency to values at thoso placed. On account of light receipts here a dime advance was noted all along tho line In both sheep and lambs. The do mand was about the same aa on Tuesday. but with fewer offerings on hand from which the buyers could till their orders considerable competition was In evidence, with the result that voluus showed the lmurovoment aa above mentioned. Some 78-pound Mexican lambs fed In offerings were very good yearlings that I Nebraska, tho same as those at 38.45 sold as nigh as w.w. yesterday, sold at sv.66 this morning, two Cows and helisr were also slow sen- cars of fed western lambs averaging 7V ers and around lOo lower than yesterday or 1025c lower for the two days. There was soma nine inquiry ior unni stock cattle, which were very scarce and on which prices were about steady. On the other hand nesny or warmed up teedera wero very slow at lOgpUc lower. Quotations on cattle! Good to choice beef steers. 38.108.76; fair to good beef steers. 17.SMi8.10: common to fair beef steers, 17.Wtr.85; good to choice heifers, I7.25ty7.76; good to choice cows, S.757.60; fair to good graaes, .w.t; common to fair grades, 33.C&O&00; good to choice stockers and feeders, 37.6u(tf8.25; fair to good stockers and feeders, tf.WWT.W, common to fair stockers and feeders, 80.25 (i7.O0: stock cows and heifers. K.00n.l5: veal calves, 86.7642V.76; bulls, stags, etc., Ni.iMX.ito. BEEF STEERS. At. rr. Ne. At. rr. IIT 7 40 II..... 1171 S 00 Ho. 4 II 4 II to 10 li..... I 7 II.. 16.. 7.., U. II.. I.. 11... 14... 10.., 4.., 11.. II.. i 1... 11.. SO.., 11... 111...... 11.. .. 4.. 17.. 10.. IS. a a 111 T SO . 701 7 10 .1012 1 40 .1101 7 44 .1122 T IS .1244 7 IS . 711 7 IS . 04 7 70 1015 7 70 1111 7 7S M7 7 76 1101 7 71 KS 7 71 10JJ 7 71 ......1VS0 171 10M 7 10 un 7 ts 1017 7 U Ml 7 M SOS 7 SS 117 7 St 1000 7 10 , 170 7 M llll 7 M 1100 7 0 1110 to 1011 7 10 Ill 7 II 1171 I 00 1111 I 00 1142 I 00 1171 I 00 3T 1141 SOS 17 -uoi s os 11., 41., I. la, IT.. ..lu7 I OS ..1144. I 10 a. HS I 10 ...HO I 10 141 I 10 41 11S1 t 10 ' 1 2.... II I. a IT.. cowa .1100 ft 31 la. 115 S SO 170 I 74 . ...... IT II........ II II d) 11 II .'. 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HEIFERS. 710 4 W 3 Hi IU 44 4 W 4 SO UK) 7 00 410 7 00 Ill 7 00 SIS T 00 ...... 75 7 00 Sll 7 00 TIT 7 10 717 7 10 ITS 7 IS ...k.. 7 7 IS 1100 T 16 ISO 1 It n ts 4 117 7 II 1 SSO 7 29 10 110 7 SI 3 440 7 40 171 T 40 17 171 7 SO IS 0S 7 io 610 7 10 4 417 T 10 Ml T II U T14 T 10 7 117 7 10 11...., 118 7 70 171 T 71 It (M -rr. STEERS AND HEIFERS. .711 zs Id TIS : m t u I" 1160 t St HT 7 SO 1 HO I 10 HI I 10 7 I II 10. t s.I i w I 7U 7 44 1 440 T 70 1 446 T TS 37..aa.a.... 7ST 7 7 t ,..,.I1U 1 Wl 710 7 15 YEAltLINOS STEERS AND HEIFERS. ii..,, .. 13... U0I TOO 4 Ml 7 II VAliVKS, 1 ao oo l ,., no i ;s ,. 1X0 I 00 ITS DO 110 t 1 160 S 64 160 M m im Hi s so 1U IM ISO so 170 I TS BTOCKEUS AND FEEDERS. Ill 7 21 II T71 T 71 SSO 7 16 II 7t T U 4 t0 S 10 1. 3 t t f t 4 4.. 1,. 4..... t. I S0 I TJ 11 71 J 10 I 71 J P0 I 71 171 71 '..,...,.. no t ii J IM t II 1 170 10 00 3 170 It (0 pounds moved at 33.80. As much as 17.00 was paid for shorn otferlugs weighing around 75 pounds aa against t7.4 me top on Tuesday. While the numbtr of muttons appear ing on the market Is not sufficient to In dicate any material change In values In either dlreotlon, what ewes and wuthers were offered sold at a dime better than yesterday. The two cars of cltppod wethers averaging 113 pounds brought 1&26 Against 35.16 on the day before. Quotations on sheep and lambs: Good to choice Mexican lambs, 38.4OQ8.60; fair to .good Mexican lambs, $S.264i.40; good to choice western lambs, 3AUWH.34; loir to good western lambs, 17,761. & 16; shorn lambs. tf.tO.O); yearlings, light, 27.25 7.50; yearlings, heavy, fl.wtfl.'A. wethers, good to choloe, 36.b6Qti.90; wethers, fair to good, 36.35Qtl.G6; ewus, good to choice, l8.2oaC.60; ewes, fair to good, 3tJ.00iliti.25; culla and bucks, 36.00.25. Knnsaa Crty Live fltoclc Market. 1(AN8AB CITY, May 7. CATTLE Re ceipts, 7,000 head. Market steady to 10c lower; native steers, 87.85U8.76; southern steers, 36.007.86; southern cows and heif ers, J4.28O7.60; native cows, M.26&8.85-, stockers and feeders, 36.5048.25; bulls, 35.76 (7.25; calves, (6.5010.00; western steers, 36,758.35; westorn cows, 34.257.26. HOGS Receipts, 13,000 head. Market to lower; bulk of sales, $8.30U8.3e; heavy, I8.204i6.30; packers and butchers, !5.3Stf 8.401 light, 38.30ft8.40; ,,K,, S7.26W.60. BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 7,000 head. Market steady; muttons, 33.00&&50; Colorado lambs, 36.75Q4I.40; range wethers and yearlings, 35.2507.2S; range ewes, 15.00 4J8.S&. Chicago Live Stoclc Market. CHICAGO, May T. CATTLE Receipt, 21,000 head; market, weak, 10o lower; beeves, 37.2039.00; Texas steers, 38.75tt7.76; western, $6.9008.10; stockers and feeders, 36.00jI8.00; cows and heifers, $3.9008.15; calves, $5.5Oy0.00. HOGS Receipts, 28.000 head; market mostly 6a lower; bulk. $3.3608.45; light, $8.2&U.50; mixed, 38.tCii.50; heavy, 37.900 8.45; rough. $7.9036.10; pigs. $6.60(18.40. BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 22.000 head; market generally 10c lower; native, JG.WH0.Oi wentern, $5.9037.00; yearlings, $6.S0ft7.70; lambs, native, $6.35(88.40; west ern, $8.W3.45. St. Louis Live Htook Market. HT. LOUIS. May 7. CATTLE Receipts, 3,000 head. Market steady; native steers, $3.75a7.00 cows and heifers, $4&04S.75; stockers and feeders, 35.25Q8.00; Texas and Indian steers, 36.25Q8.50; cows find heifers, $4.00&7.00; calves. $5.0034.60. HOGH Receipts, 7,300 head. Market steady; pigs and lights. $7.0004.65; mixed and butchers, $8.46138.56; good heavy, $8.33 146. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,300 head. Market steady; native muttons, $6.0037.25; lambs, 27,00&75. MInurapolls a rain Market. MINNEAPOLIS, May ..-WHEAT May. tKriJIiSHo; July, 88c; September, 89&c; No, 1 hard. 90c; No. 1 northern, tt eV4c; No. 2 northern, 86'iS7Hc: No. 2 hard Montana, SH4o; No. 8. SIHU&Uo. FLOUR First patents. $.60&l.a5; sec ond patents, $4.2504.60; first clears. $3.30 &3.70; second clears, T2.SC-fi3.S0. BRAN-316.00ttl7.OO. CORN No, 3 yellow. CSfic. OATS No, 3 white, 33V4C RYE No: 2, tOJlGSc FLAX-amv BARLEYi2C8c Oil Market! NEW YOItK. May 7,-OIL-Cottonseed. firm; prime summer yellow, $6.86lc0.si6; May. $6.90; July, $6.96; September, $7.03. ROSIN-QuleL TURPENTINE Steady, MACHINE BARRBL8-34.35. V , Dry floods Market. NEW YORIC. May 7.-DnY GOODS The cotton goods markets wero steadier I In the gray goods division. Finished goods aro firmer. Trading light In all directions. Worsted yarns are easier, I Sugar Market, NEW YORK. May 7.-8UOAR-Raw. steady; muscavado, tit6c; centrifugal, 8.98o; molasses, 161c Refined, quiet. NEW YORK JJTOCK MARKET Substantial Gains in Many of Im portant Issues Mark Olose. DAY OF MIXED MOVEMENTS Hear Trailer at Openlnir Attempt to Carry Decline of the Pre cr.UnK Hessian flttll Farther. NEW YOIUC. May 7.-After a day of mixed movements, In which no well de fined trend was discernible, the stock market became distinctly strong In the filial trading and dosed with substan Mai gains for many of the Important stocks. At the opening of the session feat" traders attempted to carry further the decline of yesterday. They wero sue oessful in forcing down prices temporar ily, but later met with determined oppo sition, which brought about a smart ad anee. The demand fell off on the rally and movements thereafter were uncer tain under tho final outburst of buy ing, whiph lifted prices to the highest of the day. Private speculative Interest centered In the Harrlman stocks, whose heaviness In the early trading was a disturbing fea ture. Southern Paclflo broke to 93V4, a new low price since 1908. That stock and Union Pacific were leaders In the late upturn, bstng helped by unconfirmed reports that the Union Pacific manage ment had arranged for quick compliance with the supreme court's dissolution de cree and that the distribution of the Union Pactflo's holdings of Southern PadtlO WOllld bn llnrirnkn hv n ivnHI. cate already arranged. Weakness of biooks ouier than tho Harrlman Issues acted as a drng on the market. New York Central sold below par for the first time since 1908. Severs! other Issues made new low record a London bought stocks here only moder ately. It was pointed out that Europe's urgent financial requirements at home as welt as tho Indltforont attitude of American Investors towards their market would tend to restrict further demand at this time. The bond market showed a dlstlnot. Upward tendency. Tntnl anlAm nor vnlii.v a . ,vu wi ' Ullltod States bonds wrn unchnnemt Number of sales and leading quotations vii iutB were as ioiiows: Sl. tilth. Low. Qos. AmtlrUDstM Oomwr .... Qiao tt Ttu tiu -uu-iiv-u, iftrituuunu .. ..... i Antrictn ul sugar.,.. 1.600 II American Ou 7,700 II Amorlcut Can ptd. 400 tt American C a r 100' 4IH American Cotton oil...- 400 14 Amer. Ic HaoaruUw.... LSOO 1614 American Llnieed , ,, American Looomoitre ,., 100 II American s. a 11, . ...... XIOO IT Am. B. A 1L pld Am. Bnttx ReflMnc. American T. A T 1.100 HIV) 13714 111 American TObacoo ...... too 1SSH US I7BV4 Aimins oa,, s,to nn ITH II Atchlaon 1,400 14. SIU MU Atchlnn p(d too SMt ISM tt AiiBoiiy vuaai Mn.,.,., guv iwvh MQ 1SI Ualtlmora A Ohio 1,100 Mm !U II Dathlehem Steel H oroolrn lUpld Tr 1,100 1174 It sou day, $2,071.159i disbursement, $2,499.01 Thi. surplus this fiscal year Is $8,273,825 as against a deficit of $11,000,007 last year Tho figures for receipts, disbursements surplus and deficit exclude Panama cana and publlo debt transactions. London fltock Market. LONDON. May 7. American securitle. opened quiet and steady. Trading waj light during the forenoon, bub the market was supported and prices advanced from U to a point over yesterday's New Yor closing. London closing stock quotations: Cmuola, mone . .TS 111 LonliTllle A Kaata.lll' flo account 7tt-llMo.. Ken. T. SI", Amal. Corper HHNew Toik Central. 10- Alchlaon 101i4 PtnmyHanla .. .11 Canadian racllt . .HU, TUaCInK Sli, Chi. (.teat Weetero li Soulh-ix Paclflo I1W Chi.. Mil. A Bt. P.10; Union THclflo ., 14 nrnrer IUo O.. Mttl. 8- Steel Il Erie ........ UHWabaah IK do lat rM. 46 Pa Ileer S1U Oranrt Trnux Holland Mine 7. Illtnsla CMtral ... .11111, 8ILVER-Har, steady at 27 ll-16d per ounce. MONT3TV-sH(53tt per cent. DISCOUNT RATE8 Short nnd threi months' bills, 3403 15-16 per cent. Itostnn Stock Mnrket. BOSTON. May 7. Closing quotations. n mining siocks were ns follows: AIIm. .... .I1J.9M.I ...,.,.. Amal. Copper ...... 7T4 Nevada Oon. A. Z. U a IIM NIplaalRi Mtsea , Arliwna Cbm. ,,,,,, I KVrth Dutta 11. A C. C A 8. U. IU North lV Pal. Arliona UH old Dominica ., Cal. A Ileela 4.10 Oweola CWennlal UliQulnor Cbpper luspi a C, IIHtttiannon Hut hntt C M... IHfluparhjr Franklin IV Boperlor aV D. M. Olraux Con. 3H Tamarack Oranhy Oon tlHU. B, B. It, A M. Oreme Cananoa .... H do ptd Iile lVijale Copper. 154 Utah CM , - . Kerr Lake, 31-llUtah Copper Co.. Lake Copper ... ... 11 V Winona 1 Salle Cpper.... 4 Vt'olTerlna Miami tvewr 11 . II a UK . . , sju . 41 . 14 , II . ti . IS ,. IIUj ,. 4444 ,. 7 ,. SU4 . IS .. 4114 NHW YORK (1E1NRRAL MAItKBT 10 II list sit tlH MM 41 41 IIH II II 44 14 S14 ti li 101 Si 111 t.700 111 141H 343H too hh 11H uu tut MH U IIU 104U 107 600 mn mu nil, ew li iih 11 li iro m new iu 100 1014 10H 10)4 16S 4144 US tm IIM US U14 Stt 4114 I4H 400 iim inn 111 400 1WU 1IIH 111 700 llVt li IIU 00 111U 111 111U 1,700 14 14H, H 41 60H .... 104 .... s IM Sli .... n is H tl Canadian I'aclllo Central leather Qieaapeake & Ohio...... l.soo Chloato tl. W Chlnaio, M. a St. r.,.. t,o) 107 ijnicaio a n. w ,, Colorado F, A I Coneolldated Oaa Corn I"roducta Delaware A Hudson 1.100 1ST Denrer A lllo Qrande ., Dearer A It. O. ptd,,.. , Distillers' Deourltlea ,,. 200 lCrle 1,100 Erie lit prd 100 Brie Id pfd Oenera! Bleetrle ....... d real Northern pfd Great Northern Ore etls, Ullnole Central Interborouih Met, ,,,,, Inter, Met. prd..,.,,.,. international liarrealer.. , Inter-Marina ptd 100 International Paser International Tump lunaas Cltr Southern.,. Laclede OM bahlih Valer ., , LAUUTiua A rakAhTiiie,, l.t OV. t . K Q. D. M... .aa... .. Mlaaourl, X. A T 1,100 24 Miaaourt I'aeino .a 700 IIU National Dlerult 100 113 Nations! lad ' N. It. It. of M. 3d prd. 00 IIH New Tork Ontnl 11.100 101U N. T,, O. A W. ...... Norfolk A Weatern... North American ..... Northern Ptelflo .... Pacltlc Mall ., I'ennemanla remle'e Oaa r., it., (.-. A si. i Flttabursh Goal 100 ITJ Preaeed Bleel Car 600 Wj Pullman Palace Car., Readlns , Ilepublle I. A B lleoublla I. ft 8. Did. Rock leland Co llock laland Co. pM. St. L. A ff. F, M DM Beaboird Air Line ,,, Beaboard A U pfd SloM-Biielfleld S. A I Southern Pacttle 17, SX) KU Southern nallwtf 600 14 H So. lUllwar Ptd 400 77 Tennei.ee Copper Tcxaa A Paclflo. Union Paclllo ........... 63,600 14SH I4S44 14114 Union I'aclllo pfd 100 111! IIH IIH United Rlalea TUelty H United Btatra Rubber... 1,600 UK II IIH United States Bleel 40,400 MH 6IH 4044 U. 8, Steel ptd (00 1014; 104H 1H Utah Copper ttOO tlH SO IIU Va.-Carollna Chemical 3.100 tH 'iin "in "tii ' ioo 'mh 1.S00 1S4H 1SIH 1S4K 100 111 111 1S1H in IIH u 111 isH H 1004 I 10s 76 111s S3H too n us iJ" t00 1IIH 114 600 II IIH 6,400 1UH 1UH lit ... 10S .... tl 1TH it is ts 16S 41.100 11114 ugM mn 100 IIS 'iiioo 'kh 1,000 II II UH n H V toil .... IT .... 41 It tsi 14 It 74H tSH 11 UH 34H 7IH Wabaah Wabah pfd weatern Marriana Weatern Union ., Weitlnihouoe Electric Wheeling A Lake Brie,, 1,100 I0O too '28 tH 200 tS 300 UH 2MO . h it I IH 13 tl 6 IIH I tH it s IH 3 Total sales tor the dar, W1.400 tharea. Nevr York Money Mnrket. NEW TORK. May 7.-MONEY-On call, steady; 2;$r3 per cent! ruling rate, t per cente; closing bid, 2 per .cent! offered at 8 nor cent. Time loans. eiLHinr: slxtv days. 3iSM per cent: ninety days, I'lf-i per cent; six montns, tyiV' 4V4 per colatt. 1'IIIMIS MUUUAniiiiD a-Ai-civ od,i HTKiiLlNa BXCHANQEJ Weak, with actual business In bankers' bills at 34.332Q for sixty-day bills and at 34.8050 for de mand. Commercial bills, 34.S2U. SILVIO" war wno, Mexican oouars. BONDS oovemmeni, sieaay; railroad, steady. . m Closing quotouoiie un uonas iuuut were as follows: . . U. 8. ret. la. HI .. .10014 h. C Co. ref. Si.. 17 de eeapoa iRHb s. sen. la llll.. 0H TJ, . Ie, rlf 101HI.. A , ual. .,,, IIH to coupon mn u, n, t t, ill II,, 11 V. I. 4e. re UIH Co aaa. 4H fl'l do coupon .tun ue. fauna 4a... aji. ranama la coupon. .ldlH do oonT. li IIU, X .C. lat 6s etti.. 61 "IO II It il M 4He ts Amer. A(. U 100 N, T. C. (. IH IS A. T. A T, er ea.,100 do deb. 4 MH eAm. Tobteoo s,...lUHN. T. N. K, A H. Armour Co. 4HL. WH tt. IVia 77H Atchlaon sea. li.... IIVN. A W, lit e, 4a MH do it. 4i uie.,.. "7 -ao er, w ....104 An ct. Cl ...100 K'o. PaelMo 4a II A. C. L, lit 4l..... tOH do Ie (IH Pal. A Ohio 4a. MHO. 8. L. rtdx. la... tOH uo e rv rraa. t. etta wt nrook. Tr. ct. 4i... UK do con. la tl Cn. ot Oa. la 10IU Heading (an. la.... t4V Cen. Leather ta...., KHg. L. A 8. F. ff la 7lg Chee. A Ohio 4He.. M, do sen. te... T7H do cone. 4Hs S7Hlt. U 8. W. e. 4a.. TlH Chleato A A. IHi. 66 eg, A, 1. j,f , ng C. U. A Q- 1 ' K'.iSo. pas. col. 4l. ,. IIU do ten. 4i... .. tl do ct. 4 .. t7H C M A B I" 0 4V.I.101 do lit ret. 4 IIH C. 11, I. A P. c. 4a. SJHBo. lUllwar ti.,,...10 do rfg. 4i IIH do gen. 4i.,.. ... n C. A 8. r 4H 10 Union Paclflo 4a . ,. MU n, A II. t. 4s. .IT do er. 4i,... tl en. A R. 0. r. Se. TlH da lit A ref. 4a.. fl Dletlllera 6a 14 TJ. 8. Rnbbar ta. . jM 78rle p. I. 4a w u. 8. Steel 3d 6e..,100H do sen. li HSX.-:Cr CT"- la. IIH do ct. li. aer. D. TOH Wabaah lit A ez, la 67H III. Cen. 1st r, 4l. Jl VtaeUrn Md. 4a..... SO lii.r M.t. 4a.... 7! X Witt, rau, 1. ill. e.ntir. M. M. fji Wis. Central 4s tOH Japan Ha eiti DI4. onerea. Nevr York Sllnlng; Stocks. NEW YORIC. May 7. Cloirinr nM.. tlons on mining stocks were: Com, Tunnel noes., a auiican , To do bond 11 Ontario im Iron BllTer ... eLeadTllle Con, Uttle Chief Ollered. II Oohlr a lie small Hopes ., s Yellow Jacket II S 24 Treasury Hlutrinent. WASHINGTON. May 7.-The condiiinn of the United States treasury at the be ginning 01 uueinees toaay was; Work ing balance, $70-K),83O, In bunks and Philippine treasury. $I3.Q23,SC3; total of general fund, $129,410,382, receipts yestcr- Quntnttons of the Unr on Vnrlous Commodities. NHW YOIIK. May 7,-PLOUK-Qulet, spring patents. $I.CMr4.K3: winter straights, $1.40B)4.: winter patents, $I.7S0.10; spring clears. $I.OtH.20i extrA No, 1 win ter. $S.80tfJ4.10; extra No. 2 winter, $3,700 3.80: Kansas straights, $4.1(04.28. Rye nour, steady: fair to good, X3.C0vlJ3.33; choice to fancy, 33.90U4.03. CORNMBAL-Qulet; fine white and yellow, 31.SOffl.SS; coarse, tl.fiOl.W; klm dried, $125. ' WIWA.T Spot market steady; No. 3 rod, nominal; No. 1 northern Duluth, TOVlc. f, o. b, afloat. Futures markot was easier at first on cables and crop news, but recovered on cash demand and strength In coarse grains. May, SSVlc; July, tr7V4o: September, 00c COIIN Spot market firm; export, C2io, nominal, f. o, b. afloat. OATS Spot market nutet: standitrd white, 44H0I No. 3, ditto; No. 3, 40Vc: No. 4, 40a; ordinary clipped white, 4Ot40nV-; fancy clipped white. 42Ho. RYE-Qulot; No. 3 western, 914c C. I. f. New York, export. UARLEY-Steady; malting. M, c I. f, Uuffalo; feeding, 64Uc nominal, f, o. b. afloat. . IIAY-Klrmi "No. 1. $1.10; No. 2. $1.00 1.06; No. 3, 80000a LEATIIER Finn ; hemlocks firsts, IS tf')0i seconds, 27&28C. PROViatONB Pork, steady: mesB. $21.75(392.25; family, $13.5074.00; short clears. $2t.XQ22.&0. Reef, steady: mess, U9.OOSfM.UO: family, $23.0034.00. Cut meats, rlrm: pickled bellies, 10 to It Ibn., $14.C0 18.00; pickled hams, tl5.00O15.23, Lard, steady; middle west, $1L0B1110; refined, quiet: continent, $11.00; South America, $12.35; compound, quiet. TALLOW Easy: city, 6oi country, 67MlHc: sprclal, 7Hc . . HOI'S Quiet: state, common to choice, 1512 crop, 16WZ3o; 1911 crop, tvjillc; Pacific coast, IBIS crop, lfrffMc: 1011 crop, llQloc. IIIDBS Steady: Bogota, 2JMT29HO; Central America, 28o. PKTROLBUM Steady: refined, New York. bulk. $I.S0; barrels, $3.50; cases, $10,80. WOOL-Steadyl domcstlo fleece, XX, HOTTER Darely steady', receipt. 0,711 tubs: creamery extras, 2SHtr3o: firsts, 27um8a; state dairy finest, 2828tyc; good to prime, 2CH5P27Ho; state prime. 26Vi027Uo; procoss extras, 2Sa; firsts, 2727Hc; imita tion oreamery, firsts, 2727)40; factory, current make firsts, CTQttHc; racking stock, current make. No. 2, 24o; No. I. 23 D!3c. OIIEIME3 Ensy; receipts, 3,000 boxes; state whole milk, colored, specials. l$4c; white. l3Uc: colored average fanoy, 13c, skims. JVMriSc. m , titJUB-'l'irm; receipis, aj,in cases; iresn rnthflrndl extras. 21V,iU22c: fresh gathered storage, packed firsts, 204.21 a; rei,ular packed, firsts, 19720q; nearby hsnnrv whites, good to large stse, new laid, 22$ 23c; western gatnerea wmies, awuno. POULTRY Dressed Irrefrularj fresh killed western fowls, WHoOSc; froxen turkeys. KQSSc. Wool Mnrket. LONDON, May 7.-WOOLThe third scries of the wool auction sales closed today with miscellaneous offerings umountlng to bales. Tho demand wus steady, prices unchanged. From un cluinired n rices nt the opening the series remained at that level under strong sup port, chiefly from the horns trade. Coarse breds, scoured Merinos and Cape of Oood Ilopo and Natal occasionally advanced 5 per cent. The closing was firm, but -wnnla miltnhln for Amerlcn. and Inferior and wasty Merinos were Irregular and often lower, A feature of the sales was the absanco or American tiamana, owing tn tariff uncertainties. American pur chases barely amounting to 1,000 bales. DuHnaf tho the home trade bought 03,000 bales,) the continent 45,000 and 48,000 were held over. Cotton Mnrket. NEW YORK. May 7,-COTTON-Kpot closed steady at an advance of I to 11 points: middling uplands, 12.60c; middling gun, uzoct sales, Dtues. iruiures ciosta BlCaMijra IfiUaiaaM UaU. aUal A&.eiUi tfUIJS, 11,43c ; July, ll.Kki; August. ll-Q Septem- 11.00a: January, 10.7c; March, 11.04c. LIVEIIPOOL, May 7.-COTTON-Bpot, In Increased demand; prloes unchanged, middling fair. 7.13d: good middling. 8.33d: middling, fl.02d; low middling, c.tsd; good ordinary, t.lld; ordinary, o.SOd; sales, 10,00 bales. , UT. IvUUItS aiay 1. wiiun vjuiet, middling, 12 Wc No sales; reoelpu, 1,143 bales; shipments, L0S9 bales; stock, 80,203 bales. Coffee Market. NHW YORIC. May 7a-COITF.EE Fu tures oDned steady at an advance of 1 to 3 points on what seemed to bo a re newal of the scattering demand noted yesterday as a result of unfavorable Ilraslltan crop advices. European cables showed no special features but reports ot labor troubles In flan too Imparted a generally steady tone to the local market In the absence of any Important selling and prices worked about J to 4 points net hither. Slight reactions followed under realising, but the clone was steady. Sales, 14,000 bars. Mav. lLOOc; July, U.15o: Sep tember, It 34a; October, 11.32c; Decerr.br. 11.31c; Januarv. lLS3c: Marob, 11.33c, Spot, quiet: IUo 7s. llttc; Santos 4s, tJHc Mild, dull: Cordova, HtH7o. Metal Market. ,mtr vnni iim, A T .cf nnn.. firm: standard, spot to July. 31B.00613.50: electrolytic $15.76: lake. $15.3714: castlnef. 315.50. Tin, firm: spot and May, $50.60(0 60.75: June, IW.iwhw.STH: July. $49.00840.50. Lead, steady; $4.30 bid. Spelter, easy; 35. 45 ST5.68. Antimony, dull: Cook son's, $9.00. Iron, quiet and unchatnged. exports ot copper tnis montn, b.iwi tons, London copper, eiady; spot 69 7s. futures, 69 5s. Lewdon tin, firm: spot. cssi; futures, zz3 ivs, uonaon leaa. xvs 7s 6d. Londor spelter, 2S 10s. Iron, Cleveland warrants, 67s 6d in London. BT. LOUIS. May 7. METALS Lend. $4.22Vi. Spelter, dull at $8,374. , Mllnnnker Omln Mnrket, MILWAUKEE. May 7.-WIIEAT-N0. 1 northern, D!fifl3o; No. 2 northern. SOQSlHc, No. 2 hard winter. 9697o: May. RSUc. Julv. B8Hc COHN-No. 3 yellow, 6714o; No. 3 white. E8c; No. 3. oSHSMc: May, 65Vio; July, E6H& OATS 30aSiC RYE 63c nAItLBY-tiSWOCj Kv-inrr4a-,l Ain1ra npil Drfed Pmlfi NEW YORK. May 7. EVAPORATED APPLES-Qulet. DRIED FRUIT Pmnes. firm: apricots, firm; peaches, quiet: rait Ins. quiet. Corn HxehuuKt to Clone. LIVERPOOL. May 7.-Tha Corn ex change here will be closed Mnv 10 n.l 11 und the Provision exchange May 12, Whit- ounuu)- iiuuuu).