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Receipts Yesterday Were
Fairly Liberal.
TOP PRICE WAS $5.00
Cattle Market Was Active and
Firm,
-Receipts at the stockyards yesterday
were liberal. THe total number of hogs
which came In aggregated 1,745, com
pared with 1,453 of a week ago. There
was a fair run of wagon hogs, although
not as large as several days this week.
Some of the car lots did not arrive un
til late, delaying the close of the mar
ket. The market yesterday was steady,
strong to a shade higher at the opening.
It remained at that point the greater
part of the day. The close was steady,
with draggy sales. The demand was ac
tive early in the day, hut sales were slow
at the last
The quality yesterday was generally
S od, and was the best of the week.
Ttre were a numner of choice loads in
vhith brought the top prices. There
were a few loade of common mixed hogs
in, but these were not in the majority.
Tne wagon hogs were generally a good
Ut
The top price of the day was J5.00, the
Bme as the previous day. The bulk of
the ties went at $4.95.00, practically
the seme as Thursday. Wagon hogs sold
ai J comparative prices, ranging but
a little off the car lot prices.
T 1 market compared well with other
w stern onea. Kansas City quoted tho
ir"-k. l as steady. St- Louis sent out
tie report that hogs were selling slow,
wr le Chicago quoted hogs as active and
cl tins: strong.
CLOSING QUOTATIONS.
LI-ht packing hogs, 130 to
20 !bs 1 921JM24 &r
lum weight packers, 200
M
t ) j0 lbs 4 S3 Q5 00
Heavy packing hogs, 250 to
5 ibs 493 5 00
HEAVY; HOGS.
y Dock. Av."Wt. Price.
71 40
15 SO
73
S3
72
74
82
SI
73
76
73
73
3
6
-2C5
269
271
300
00
231
270
222
... ! 221
230
203
SCO
MEDIUM "WEIGHTS.
243
120 237
230
230
243
219
217
243
245
218
211
2!0
850
23G
2f0
250
312
220
... 212
243
LIGHTS, CULLS AND PIGS.
120
396
115
190
153
145
194
r.oo
360
20
$5 00
3 00
4 95
4 92
4 S7&
4S5
4 SO
iSO
4 SO
4 SO
4S0
4 CO
500
5 00
4 97
4 95
4 95
4 93
4 92
4 0
4 Jsa
4S5
4 92
4S0
4S0
4 H)
4 SO
4 80
4 SO
4 70
4 63
4 95
4 65
4 70
4 C3
4 65
4 55
4 50
4 43
450
CATTLE.
Thf cattle . market was fairly active
i uTlay. The recoipts were rather
i' it. Prices ruled steady tu ilrm.
No.
9 feders
i leaders
5 nfers
1 (. w ....
I cow ...
Av. Wt
S40
9S5
CIS
1100
920
Price.
$1 50
4 23
3 65
3 CO
PROVISION MARKET.
Provisions were weak yesterday. Pork
aeclinod 10 10 124 cents. Lard dropoed
back 2 to 5 cents, while ribs told raff
IM: cents. The close was weak.
May Open.
Pork Jll-50
Lard C S3
Ribs 6 52
July
I?ork 11 65
Iard 6 S7
Ribs .' 6 57
Close.
J1140
6 SO
650
1152
6S5
6 55
vSlIVB'KHS. -VXI SUTIW.
Mu.-er Bros., of Anson, extensive stock
men i'f that section, topped the market
yesterday They had two loads of heavy
hogs in. one of which brought the high
pi Ice. while the other so d if or theJbu.k
sum.
George Ab'e. the prosperous and ener
getic stock shipper of Perth, was on the
market yi-.-t rd ij with two loads of fine
medium weight packers. One sold for tho
top price of the day.
Hcorv S einkirchner. the well known
feeder and shipper ol Newton, came-in
yestertley with a load of hogs, averaging
239 pounds, which sold for a high bulk
price.
J. L. Vandoveer of Hackney obtained
a. satisfactory price for a car of 249
p .and hogs he had on the market yes
terday. U. Y. Griffith, the popular shipper of
Belle Plaine was in yesterday and sold
a load of medium weight swine for tho
ruling hu k price.
Jeff Houston, tho regular, cvery-day
shipper of Ponca City, sold a car of light
hogs y.nerday for a satisfactory price.
Ed "Woidline, the capable buyer at Au
gusta, was represented on the market
yertordny by a load of 211-pound hogs,
which ,rjuht a good price.
Janus Harper, the popular and widely
known UeAf and stockman of Colwich,
tqpped tne market yesterday with a car
oC 25SI.-; und hogs ho brought in late In
the day
,' E, F Quisley was up from Medford
-with a car of medium weight packers for
Which he obtained a satisfactory sum.
George F. B rry. the old-time respoi
slble fVedr and shipper of Pond Creek,
'obtanii.I a go -d. stiff pric for a car of
J217-p"und h gs he hid in.
L. B Diils n of Maze, one of the best
liked and ir. n ca;ab'e buvers dealing
Jierf, c.ire la jetrr.lay with a car of
RflACc ME A MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE
prr,ljnpoteacr,Pl&cn?.:xs,et3 caasad
by Abcso or other Kxcesscs end Inillr
cretlon. 3Jy giiicUy anti surtlu
restore Lost Vitality la oldor-ronair.oaa
t u au icr ktzt, oausess or m&rriico.
faBi'ln tin. Their cw shim i mrirA -T
3at tnd eSccts a CURE whero nil other loll In
dst cpoa burins tho penniro .jx Tcblstc. The7
tuiTecurad thousands an! wi'lcureyoa. Wo cir? a cos
iurownUcnEnnraatoatoenectacnre CnpYC la
cocucasacr refund tha noncy. IrIcoOJt3 tdinsr
rccte.'To; or exx rte icll treatment) fcr 52B. St
rccM, ia plain vfTapror. npoti receipt of rrico. Clrcalar
" AJAX RcAIEDY CO., Sggffi
Frr sale in Wichita, Kansas, by J. p.
Allen, Druggist, 283 E. Douglas avenue.
Suppose You Try Plr-So Tabloes.
Ko doubt you're tried a Bcore of remedies or
dyspepsia, constipation and kindred ailments ;
but unless you've tried Pib-So Tjujwss you're
nerer found the right one. They turn over tho
liver, xreahen the complexion, cure bilUousness
and banish tick headache. At all druggists.
medium weight packers, which brought
the top price of the day.
"Doc" Shlves of Burrton, a regular
and frequent patron of the market, waa
down yesterday with two loads of hogs
which sold well. They were late arri
vals on the market.
L. W. Robinsoo, the well known cattle
man of Towanda, came in late last night
with a car of heavy packers, which sold
well.
Maxlett & Hawthorn came in from
Benton late last night with a car of
heavy weight swine, which sold satis
factorily. The railroads did a fairly good busi
ness at the yards yesterday. The Santa
Fe brought In 9 cars, the Missouri Pa
cific 6, tho Rock Island 3, and the
Frisco, 2,
LIVESTOCK MAKKKrS.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, May 1L Cattle Receipts, 2,
000; steers active, 5 to 10c higher;
butcher stock steady to strong; natives,
best on sale today, one car load, $3.62;
good to prime steers, $5.00g5.S0; poor to
medium, $4.2554.85; selected feeders,
steady, $4.255.00; mixed stockers slow,
53.75S4.00; cows, $3.004.60; heifers, $3.23
5.00; cannere, $2.40g3.00; bulls, $2.904.S0;
calves, $4.506.50; Texas-fed steers, $4.00
5.20; Texas bulls, $3.253.75.
Hogs Receipts, today, 19,000; tomor
row, 14,000 estimated; left over, 1,500) ac
tive, steady to strong; top, 5.45; mixed
and butchers, $5.103.42; good to choice
heavy, $5.235.45; rough heavy, $5.10g5.20;
light, $5.00So.35; bulk of sales, $5.25
5.37.
Sheep Receipts, 5,000; sheep steady;
lamhs firm; good. to choice wethers, $5.35
5.75; fair to choice mixed, S3.00JJ6.50;
western sheep, $5.50g6.70; yearlings, $5.75
6.00; native lambs, $3.007.40; western
lambs, $6.0aS'7.40.
KANSAS CITY.
Kansas City, Mo., May 11. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2,500; market steady to 10c higher;
native steers, $4.00iC.30; Texas steers,
S4.004.75; Texas cows. $3.O03.75; native
cows and heifers, $2.004.75; stockers and
feeders, $3.6025.50; bulls, SS.O&gtJ.oO.
Hogs Receipts, 10,000; market steady;
lambs, ?5.05g5.20; heavy, $5.075.25;
packers, $5.035.20; mixed, $4.90g5.17;
light, $4.905.10; yorkers, $5.005.10; pigs,
$4.654.93. -
Sheep Receipts, 4,000; market strong;
lambs, $3.1OS'7.50; muttons, $3.00-56.00.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, May 11. Cattle Receipts,
500; natives strong; Texans steady; na
tive steers, $3.705.65; stockers and feed
ers, $3.0034.75; cows and heifers, $2.00
5.10; Texas and Indian steers, $3.S0Q5.15;
cows and heifers, $3.10g"4.30.
Hog Receipts, 7,000; market slow; pigs
and lights, $5.105.20; packers, , $3.13
5.30; butchers, $5.25g5.40. f
Sheep Receipts, 2,003; marketfirm; na
tive muttons, $4.1C2jo.50; lambs,; $5.C0
7.23. A
BANK CIC.VIVG3.
New Tork, May 11. The following table,
compiled 'by Bradstreet, shows .the bank
clearings at the principal cities for the
past week, with the percentage of in
crease and decrease ap compared with the
corresponding week last year:
Citi?s. Clearings. Inc. Dec.
New Tork $1,003,175,116
Boston. Mass 119.88t,720
Chicago. Ill 147,210,445
Philadelphia. Pa.
St Louis, Mo
Pittsburg, Pa
Baltimore, -Md
San Francisco, Cal ..
Cincinnati, O
Kansas City, Mo. ...
New Orleans, La....
Minneapolis, Minn. ..
Detroit, Mich
Cleveland, O
Louisville, Ky
Providence, R. I
Milwaukee. Wis. ....
St. Paul, Minn
Buffalo, N. Y
Omaha, Neb
Indianapolis. Ind ....
Columbus, O
Savannah. Ga
Penver, Colo
Hartford. Conn
Richmond, Conn. ...
Memphis, Tenn
"Washington, D. C...
Peoria, 111
Rochester, N. Y
New Haven, Conn. ..
Worcester. Mass. ...
Atlanta, Ga
Salt Lake Citv
Sprinsueld. Mass
Fort Worth. Tex
Portland, Me
Portland. Ore
St. Joseph, Mo
Los Angeles, Cal
Norfolk, Va
Syracuse, N. Y
Des Moines. la
Nashville, Tenn
Wilmington, Del. ...
Fall River. Mass. ..
Scranton, Pa
Grand Rapids, Mich.
Augusta, Ga
Lowell, Mass
Dayton, O
Seattle. Wash
Tacoma, Wash
Spokane. Wash
Sioux City, la
New Bedford, Mass.
Knoxville. Tenn. ...
Topeka, Kan
Birmingham. Ala. ..
WICHITA. Kan
Binghampton. N. Y.
Lexington. Ky
Jacksonville, Fla. ..
Kalamazoo, Mich. ..
Akron. O
Chattanooga. Tenn...
Rockford, 111
Canton. O
Springfield, O. ......
Fargo, N. D
Sioux Falls. S D....
Hastings, Neb
Fremont, Neb
Davenport, la
Toledo. O
Houston, Tex
Youngstown, Pa. ...
Sprlngllold
Helena. Mont
Saginaw. Mich
Macon. Ga
Little Rock, Ark
Evansvllle, Ind
5.1
14.3
5.S
6.3
21.5
15.
1.7
2.4
37.0
1S.2
33.9
14.6
27.0
S4,7":fi.5e3
32,003,667
35,509,716
2J.1O0.O10
19.451.SZ0
15.10S.100
15.331.763 24.7
7,970,900
11,OSS.700
S.034.C23
10.05S 25S
8.679.S57
S.CEJ.CH)
5.493.1SS
C.403,766
5S23.004 11.fi
6,005,337 42.7
6,39:.459 ....
5.636.400 25. S
3,102,239 21.4
4,453,394
2.333,903
3.474,264
2.510.933
2,924,087
2,096.468
2,300,097
1.417.11') ....
1.2i.540 ....
1,660,746 10. S
2,105.379 ....
1.22S.524 ....
2.421.192 25.1
l.oiices
1.95S.4S4
4,391,070 5S.G
2.400.073 27.5
1,297,636 22.1
1,139.532 ....
1.731.114 21.3
1.252.SS3
S13.4U
S51.SS5
1,019194 14.1
1,595.943
755.997
509.967 ....
1.132.27S 7.S
2.2S5.253 51.7
915.6S0 27.0
1.1S1.09- ....
1.2S9.960 24.1
409.903 ....
4S1.577 8.5
650.9S4 34.0
7S9.146
52I.01S
SOi.aOO
392.311
241.S1S
419,570
473.400
392,653
31S.7S5
2J7.C0D
319,959
330,624
154.647
-J 69,937
103.153
STUSl
2.202,433 35.3
6.11S.S43 46.3
27S.C29 ....
37S.997 17.0
519,620
461,749
4S7,0X)
543.17S
S60,053
26.4
1S.3
5.6
3.3
2S.1
5.3
11.2
1.2
11.4
10.:
5.0
16.2
24.9
14.7
27.6
.... 33.7
13.S ....
3.9
1S.5
12.S
3.9
3T4
20.5
7.3
ioli
3.S
10.5
17.9
31.3
17.1
4"5
21.3
14.0
62.5
32.S
S.S
60.6
6.7
14.7
2.9
Totals, TJ. S $1,851.S91.S39 ....
Totals outside N.Y. 64S.706.423 ....
DOMINION OF CANADA.
Montreal $15,258,949 ....
Toronto 10,603,449 ....
Winnipeg 2,024,2S9 17.1
Halifax 1,533.116 1S.5
Hamilton S33.699 ....
St. John. NT. R 752,523 ..?.
Vancouver S4S.953 16.S
Victoria 714.S42 ....
Total
2.S
6.3
1S.0
l.S
1.0
11.9
1S.S
$32,565,256
cot r u.
Galveston. May 1L Cotton quiet;
9. 7-lSc
Now Orleans, May lL CottorJ teady;
salos, 3,550 bales; middling, 9 7-16c.
Liverpool, May ll. Spot cotton fair de
mand; prices favor buyers. American
middling, 5 7-ld. Futures dull, but
steady.
New York. May 11. Spot cotton closed
quiet; middling uplands," Sic; middling
gulf, 10c Sales, 1.1 s bales. Futures
closed steady; May, J-J.70; June, $3.51;
July, $9.4S; August 59.27; September, J 4S;
October, $5.21; November, $S.(H; Decem
ber, $S.01; Januarj 5S.02; February. $3.04;
March, $S.05.
aiHTAX, 31AKKET.
New York, May 11. The market for
metals was" again weak with price varia
tions still toward a lower level. Tin
eased off In sympathy with London, clos
ing weak in tone at $2S.6225.75. Fig
iron warrants ruled very weak and con
siderably lower for futures. Tha spot
price was quoted at $15 nominal at the
close. Northern No. I foundry wa3 nom
inally quoted at $21.22. Lake coppsr con
tinued dull and unchanged on ;h basis
of $16.67. Lead ruled dull at $J.554.30.
Spelter was a shade lower today, owing
to lack of demand, closing easy at $4.53
$74.60. The broken price for lead today
was $4 and for copper $16.67.
rrvi"!i a sir A
'Lit nu a
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SI
Government Crop Report and
the General Outlook
CLIPS OFF JULY WHEAT
Corn an Equal Loser-Other
Markets Decline.
Chicago, May 1L Wheat dropped lSc
today, July closing at 65?4c. The reported
splendid outlook of the coming crop
throughout the southwest and Jgovern
ment crop statistics were the main fac
tors of weakness, which compelled liqui
dation. Indications of a heavier acreage
planted than ever before, coupled with
the decline in wheat, caused a slump In
corn. July closed with a loss of 1
l&c. Oats lost c and provisions from
2 to 12c.
Wheat opened quiet and a-fraction
lower. Traders were in a quandary as
to how to interpret the government crop
report, the area beingsmaller while the
condition showed decided impovement.
That the report was generally regarded
as somewhat bearish was soon evident,
however, from the downward tendency
of prices. Continued dry weather
throughout the northwest, together with
some sensationally bad advices from
Tennessee, checked the decline for a time
but when reports from the southwest
of the excellent condition of the coming
crop began to flood the pit, liquidation
by longs became quite general and the
price kept rolling down until stop-loss
selling, also contributed to the weak
ness. July opened to ic loweV at 664
66ic, sold sparingly at 66&C, declined to
65?gC5ic, and closed at 65c. Chicago
receipts were 22 cars, one of which
graded contract. Minneapolis and Du
luth got 203 cars, compared with 2S5 the
corresponding day a year ago. Brad
street's reported the week's clearances
from both coasts at 3.4SO,0CO bushels,
wheat and flour. Indications were for a
reduction of 2,000,000 bushels for the week
in the visible supply. Argentine ship
ments for the week were 1.S0O.CO0 bush
els. Today's Atlantic port clearances
equalled 61S.000 in wheat and fluur.
Corn opened steady, but began to give
way immediately under active liquidation
and had a downward tendency during the
great part of the session. The weakness
was Increased toward the close by stop
loss selling. A poor shipping demand,
fevorable planting weather and reports
that a greater area than usual was gen
erally expected, were the depressing in
fluences. Receipts, 164 cars. Argentine
shipments for the week wer only 96,000
bushls and Bradstreet's reported the
week's clearances at 4.63S.O0O bushels.
July opened unchanged at S'stic,
touched 39c, decJned to 37S37?4c, and
closed at 37?ic.
Oats ruled weak In sympathy with oth
er gialns. Perfect weather conditions
were also against the market. Rsctipts,
137 cars. July opened a shade higher at
22622c and declined to 22&c at the
close.
Provisions ruled fairly steady untll the
session was nearing its end, when de
moralization of the bulls in corn made
longs timorous and throwing over of
holdings caused a sharp decline. July
pork closed with a lost of 12c, at
$11.52; July lard 7c lower at $6.S2
6.S5, and July ribs off 2c at $6.55.
Estimated receipts for Saturday: Wheat'
20 cars; corn, 165; oats, 165; hogs, 15,030
head. 1
UllAINANO, VMMVCIZ 3IVlllvEr. (
CHICAGO.
Chicago, May 11. The leading futures
ranged as follows:
3,034 packages; firm; western creamery,
16gS0c; factory, 1315c.
Cheese Receipts, 2,029 packages; firm;
fancy large white, 10c; fancy large col
ored. 1010&cx fancy small white, 9U
9c; fancy small colored, 99ic
Eggs Receipts, 12,547 packages; steady;
storage western, at mark, 13133c;
regular packing, at mark, 12412c;
southern, at mark, ll13c.
Sugar Raw steady; refined, steady.
Coffee Quiet; No. 7 Rio, 7c, nominal.
JDUY. GOOD3 aiAltKESS
New York, May 1L There ba3 been
more Inquiry for brown cotton for ex
port today and one considerable transac
tion reported put through for China, but
on a low-price basis. Home demand slow
in all departments In both staple and
fancy cottons. Tone and prices without
change. Prints and ginghams unaltered.
Print cloths sold in fair quantity outs de
of Fall River, at 3c for regulars. Odd
goods unchanged. Burlap market dull
and irregular. Linens steady, but sales
limited.
JEFFRIES HAS IT YET
Continued From Second Pajre.
Open. High. I Low. Cj oe.
May e...rr..... C5 65' 644 644
July 06 65 65Qi C5i
Mavr?iT. 37 37 38 36
July 3ST4SS9 39 39ra 39
Sept 37 274 SiVfcfc-W 3SU
May1!" 22 22 22H 22
June 22 22 " "
July 22tr 22fc 22M. 22
Pork ' 11 in
tav 1X 4U
July 1165 1170 1152 1152
IMavr T 6 S5 6 S7 6 SO 6 SO
July :.. 6 90 6 95 . 6 2 6 S6
Sept 6 90 6 97 6 S5 6 So
May 6 0
July 6 60 6 65 6 52 6 05
Sept 6 57 6 62 6 52 6 55
CASH QUOTATIONS
Flour Du'.L
Wheat No. 2 spring, 6566c; No. 3, 61
64ic; No. 2 red, 70C71c.
Corn No. 2, 2Sig3?c; No. 2 yellow,
Oats-No. 2, 2323c; No. 2 wh.t-' 26
26c; No. 3 white, 2525c
Kve No. 2, 53Cc.
Mess pork-Por bbl., $11.4Agm.45.
Lard Per 1W lbs., $6.S2C".i6- s
Short rib sides (loose), 4o.4J6.6; dry
salted shoulders (boxed), 6'gc; short
clear side3 (boxed), $7.067.15.
Whisky Basis of high wines, $1.25.
'Clover Contract grade, $7.00.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbls 3.C0O 13.C00
Wheat, bu 14,000 32,0fi0
Cora, bu 14.000 ses.GW
Oats, bu 3M 1U.C0O
Rye bu S.OjO 15,003
Barley, bu 13.000 1,000
On the Produce Exchange, today, the 1
market closed as roiiows:
Butter Steady; creamery, 1419; dairy
lSUc. ,
Eggs Steady; fresh, 10llc
Cheese Dull; creams, Sllc.
Iced poultry Fairly active; turkeys,
10c; ducks, 74?$c; cnickens, S9c
KANSAS CITY.
Kansas City, Mo., May 1. Wheat July
60c; cash. No. 2hard, 62c; No. 3. 909
61c; No. 2 red, 6S67c; No. 8, 625c
Corn July. 35c; cah. No. 5 mixed, 3;
No. 2 white, 3Sc; No. 3, 37c
Oats No. 2 white, 26c.
Rye No. 2, 54c
Hay Choice timothy, $10.58f1.03;
choice prairie, $7.257.fi0.
Butter Creamery, 16lSc; fancy dairy,
15c.
Eggs Fresh, 10c.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, May 11. Receipts Flour, 3,
000; wheat, 15,000; corn. 19,000; oats, SyPtt.
Shipments Flour, MOO; wheat, ILC";
corn. 21.tfX; oats, 24.0CO.
St Louis. May 1L Wheat Lower; No.
2 red cash, elevator. 7c; track. 7172c;
Mav. 69c; July. 6566c; August, ttfcc;
N." 2 hard. 865c.
Corn Lower; No. 2 cash. c; track,
29c; May, 37c; July, SSc
Oats Lower; No. 2 cash, 54c; track.
24c; May. 2c; July. 2c; Angost, 22c;
No 2 white, 27W2Sc.
Rye Steady; 55c.
NEW YORK
New York, May 1L Butter Receipts,
Broken Arii.
Wlm Major's
1 vgSSrJ&i'' u
PninAiil
UliltJH
Retaembsr
MAJOR'S
RUBBER
CKMEST,
MAJOR'S
LEATHER
CiSiENT.
rushed at Corbett like a wild man. Oor
bett met his rushes with left jabs to
face, and the best that Jeff sent back
was a right to the ribs. Coming to cl5so
quarters, Corbett drove right to body and
hooked left to the face. Jeffries landed
left to body and then drove his right
hard for the chest, but Corbett blocked
the blow. A hard left on the body from
Jeffries almost took Corbett pff his feet,
but Corbett held on plucklly and skipped
around out of danger when it looked as
If he would be "bound to lose. This was
Jeffries' round.
' Round 18 They went to a clinch with
out landing a blow. Corbett hooked left
to jaw and blocked Jeffries' return for
the body. Corbett hooked a hard left to
the jaw but was not so fortunate in es
caping, as Jeff put a faard left on the
chest Jeff tried right for the face but
only landed with his forearm on the chin
and there were cries of "Look cut for
that elbow " Then Jeffries hooked left
ito head and Corbett drove right hard to
ribs. Corbett hooked his left to the faco
and blocked Jeff's counter for the body,
ke-pin the big fellow at arm's -length-until
the round was over.
Round 19 Jeff tried two lefts for the
body, but these were blocked. Then Jeff
hooked left to head and Corbett sent
bad: a left swing to the jaw. Jeff rush
ed and forced Corbett to the ropes, send- j
ing left to body and right to neck. Jeff
knocked Corbett to the floor with a right
smash to -the ear. Corbett got up like a
flash, as if tho fall had not taken any
of the steam out of him. Jeff kept crowd
ing In. using his left to the rib3 and
neck. Corbett countered with straight
left jabs to the face. In a clinch Jeff
sent-his right twice to the kidneys and
had all the better of the round at tho
close.
Round Nineteen Jeffries rushed at his
man llko a mad bull, but Corbett side
stepped' and spr nted out of harm's way,
sending straigt left to the ribs as ha
went. Jeff rushed again, but Corbett got
inside his lead and fooled him. He threw
his body against the champion's chest and
blocked every blow. ' Corbett stepped to
either every time Jeffries tried to land,
and dodged two hard left swings, Jef
fries succeeded in landing left on the n-ck.
Corbebt countered on the ribs. Corbett'o
foot workw as extremely clever in this
round, and ho surprised everybody who
watched him. Jeff seem disgusted at not
being able to land a, tellin b.ow. -
Round Twenty-One Corbett opened with
left on face. Jeff rushed htm Into a cor
ner, whero Corbett shpped quickly and
evaded a right swing for the head. Jef
fries kept boring in, but Gorbett met at
every turn, blocking cleverly. Corbett
hooked right to the stomach, and Jeff
sent two lefts to head. Jeff Jabbed left
hard on the chest and hooked to the face,
Corbett countering with his right to the
ear- At close quarters Jeff led right t
head, and in the clinch which followed
lay heavily on his opponent. In the break
away Corbett landed right on the head
and sprinted to the ropes, where another
clinch occurred without any more harm
being done.
Round Twenty-Two Jeff rushed madly,
puttinig left to head and right to body.
Corbett hacked away, without returning
a blow. Jeff, still forcing, made Corbett
go to the limit of the ring and sent a hard
left to the neck. Again Jeff sent bis left
to the neck, but Corbett in sliifting al
lowed Jeff's elbow to get under his chin.
Jeff made a wild swing for the head, but
Corbett threw left hard to ribs and evad
ed the blow. In elde stepping Corbett
outgeneraled tho champ on, but Jeff put
a left on the body that Jarred Jim con
siderably. Jeff was very strong at the
end of the round, while Corbett seemed
to be wi-akenin?.
Round Twtnty-Three After a couple of
passes, Jeffries swung his right to Cor
bett's Jaw, and then rushed him acros
the ring to the ropes to a neutral corner.
At close quarters Corbett hooked left
twice to the face .sending the blood spurt
ing again from Jeffries face. Jeff threw
two hard lefts into the body and smashes!
his, left again on Corbett's face, sending
Corbetfs head back. Then Jeffries crowd
ed hlui to the ropes, and, with a full
swinging left smash on the jaw. sent Cor
bett rolling down and oat. Corbett's IkoJ
struck the floor haavi'y, and ho rolled
over In a vain attempt to-regaln liis feet,
but he was too far gone to recuperate
within Che time call of ten seconds. Cer
twice on the ring flo r. but a moment af
ter Referee Wmto had counted him out
he was able to regain his fet, and the
seconds had l.ttle difficulty in rtv.v ng
him. Time of round, 2 minutes 11 seconds.
BASEBALL
National ucasne.
Played. Won. Lost- Perc
Clubs.
Phl-adelphia
Cincinnati ...
Brooklyn ....
St. Louis ...
Plttsbcrg ....
Chicago
... 17
... W
... IS
... IS
... IS
... 13
New York 2ft
Boston 15
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.3
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.S
.444
.430
.233
RHE
Philadelphia at Cincinnati-
Cincinnati sasaoiftii ins s
Philadelphia 4,4 2 3 0 0 4 3 29 3 5
Boston-Pittstmrg game postponed; wet
grounds.
j,
American League. J
Chicago at ladjanapolis R H B
Indianapolis ..1686006901
Chicago 1000 IS JO 714 4
Milwaukee at Cleveland
Cleveland .30 1 0 290 1 0 7 JS S
MUwaokee lt2 016 3 512 2
Detroit-Kansas City gaa&e poatpooed
on account of wt grounds.
Wetrn Xcacrec
Des Moines at Sio&x City R H S
Sloax City .8 02 000 18 2 3 4
D3 Moines ,0$10&S6 7 3
Omaha at Puebie
Pueblo ......3 5 1 0 I 9 0 2 1 3 4
Omasa. Jb 70901166 $ S S
St. Joseph a; Oeaver
Dorr J220012l S S 1
SC JosepdE .3,01 010 !-$! l
0 Mo
E 1
Pressure of Liquidation Over
bears Everything,
PRICES AT WEEK'S L0WES1
In Many Cases-Bank State
ment Unfavorable.
Cfclc&so, Slay 12 Yobrc Criff ivjtt
six fesc Toania to a. draw w.th jade j
Lewis tonight. j
Xew York, May U. The stock market
succumbed ag anitoday to the pressure
of liquidation, which effectually overbore
what elements of strength showed in the
early trading, wiped out yesterday's re
coveries and carried prices down Jn many
Instances to the lowest of the week.
There was nothing in the news of tha
day to account for the renewed weak
ness In stocks, beyond tho general sup
position that tomorrow's bank statement
will show a further considerable reduc
tion of the surplus reserves. It was very
evident early in the day that the de
mand from the outstanding short inter
est, who had sold precipitately in the
break of Wednesday, had been about
satisfied. ?o outside demand had been
attracted and the bull pools which had
resumed operations yesterday found the
task of holding" up their favorites a hard
one. They had some assistance from
London, where the market made a show
of strength, encouraged by developments
in South Africa; but the opening prices
here were about the highest The con
siderable gains shown by Missouri Pa
cific, Baltimore and Ohio and National
Steel yielded to the selling-pressure and
were wiped out, the first two stocks
taking their place amongst, the--weakest
of the railroad list. Southern Railway
preferred was another sufferer. The prin
cipal examples of weakness, however,
were found among the specialties and In
dustrials. Sugar and Steel and Wire were
weak from the opening. American To
bacco was under severe pressure all day
on rumors of a projected competitor and
the price shows a loss of nearly seven
points, following yesterday's loss of 3
points. Many of the metal stocks and
the local traction stocks show- losses of
from 2 to 3 points. Net losses of a point
or upwards are frequent in tho railroad
list. Closing prices of stocks were as
follows:
Atchison 23"?! do pfd SVA
do pfd 67Texas. & Pac... 1.
Balto. & Ohio.. 75 Union Pacific... 524
"Can. Pacific... S3i! do pfd S31
Can. Southern. 51 Wabash S3'i
Chesa. & Ohio. 27U do pfd ....... 21H
Chi., Gt. W.... 12. Wheel. & L. E. D?4
Chi., B. & Q...124 do 2d pfd .... U
Chi., Ind. & L. 12HJW1S Central.... lo4
do pfd S24' Adams Ex 1U
!Chl. & E. Ill lfts lAm. Ex 149
Chi. & Northw.155 U. S. Ex 4i
Chi., R. I. & P.105 Wells Fargo.... lk
C.C.C & St. L.. 574,1 Am. Cot. Oil .. H3
Colo. Southern. oVa do pfd 01
do 1st pfd .... 3J I Am. .Malting .. 3J4
do 2d nfd .... 15! do pfd 2lVj
Del. & Hudson.ll3Mr' Am. Sm. & Re. 3i
Del . L. & W..17SH do pfd SSM:
Denver & R. G. 17Ht Am. Spirits .... 2Vi
do pfd 67 do pfd 1
Erie 12 (Am. Steel Hoop 23
do 1st pfd .... Zb'M do pfd ..; J1V4
Gt North. pfd.lSUV Am. S. & W... Zi
Hock. Coal ...13 l do pfd ....... '2
Hock. Valley... 37 Am. Tin Plate. 2o
111. Central ....112; do pfd 7
Iowa Cent. pfd. 47 ' vVm. lObacco... 00
K. C. P. & G. 1G4! do pfd 125
Lake E & W.. 2s I An. Mln. Co
do pfd 01 Brook. R. Tran. 69
Lake Shore ....203 'Colo. F. & I... 3JH
Louis. & Naph. 93 ICont. Tobacco.. 2t
Manhattan L.. SifcAl do pfd 73
Met. St. Ry... .150' Fed. Steel 35
Mex. Central ..13 I do pfd
-Minn. Ss St. L. 63 Gen. Electric. AZ
do pfd 93 'Glucose Sugar.. 4
Mo Pacific... . 568,' do pfd 93
Mobile & Ohlj. 40jlnt. Paper 22
Mo., K. & T... 11 ! ao pfd 61
do pfd 32 Laclede Gas ... 6
N. J. Central.. 116 I Nat. Biscuit.... 30
N. Y. Central. .130 do pfd SJ
Norf. & West.. 33 Nat. .Lead 19ft
do pfd 76 do pfd ICO
North. Pac ... 55Nat. Steel 204
do pfd 7C' do pfd S7
Ont. & West... 21 IN. Y. A. Brake.125
Or. Ry. & N.. 42 (North Amer Wa
do pfd 76 I Pac. Cbaet 46
Pennsylvania ..130, do 1st pfd .... S2
Reading Hi do 2d pfd .... X
do 1st pfd 551 Pac. Mall 301'
do 2d pfd .... 27 Peopie"s Gas .. 99"s
Rio G. West .. 55 Press. Steel Car 46
do pfd S3 I do Pfd 77
St. L. & S. F.. 10, Pull. Pal. Car.. .ISO
do 1st prd .... C3 1 Stand. R. & T. B
do 2d pfd .... 32 Sugar 11'.
St L. Southw.. 11 ! do pfd Ill
do pfd 27Tenn. C. & I... 75
St. Paul 115 JU. S. Leather.. II1
do prd 172 I do pfd 69
St P. & 0 112 U. S. Rubber .. 2s
South. Pac .... 33 do pfd 9
South. Ry .... 12! West. Union ... 7Js
The cash changes of the banks for the
week Indicate a further decline of cash
reserves, which is estimated at about a
million dollars, tho losses by gold exports
being that far offeot by the receipts of
currency from the Interior and a small
gain on sub-treasury operations. Rates
for money were not quotably changed in
this market. Sterling exchange vas
firmer, In response to higher discount
rates In London, but no gold was en
gaged for export to London. News that
the Bank of England was securing g,l
from Rurela and the complaint made in
Berlin that some gold was also going
from that center to London shows that
London's call on .New York 'Jrr gold
may be deferred.
Prices of bonds gave way during the
day in sympathy with stocks. Total
sales, par value. $l,3O),0D0. United States
new 4's declined H and the old 4'e ad
vanced la the bid price.
XrirYorii 3Inr Mnriict.
New York. May 1L Money on cal!
nominally 2 - cent; prime mercantile
pap&r. 34U Pr cent Sterling ex
change Arm. with actual business n
banker' bills at 14.Wfce4.S? for demand
and at $J.Sl!4.$4 for 01 days; posted
rates, ?I.S54.3& and $4.&&4.8: com
mercial WUs. J4.SJfH.SH. Silver cr
tlScaiM, 309c; bar stiver. : Mexican
dollars, 47. Government bonds weak.
Coid From Hniln to London.
New York, May 1L The Eventsg Post
cable from London saya 5.aXC wlU
be shipped to London from Rcsala with
in the next few days.
MUSIC AND DRAMA.
Te Musical clb recital at the Sedff
wiek ball vrt3 be one of tiw bet of e
year, and it H boped the will b a
leXfeC attendance. The smaJQ sm of tea
cents will be charged to corer lacfcloattU
expanses. Tte fottowing prosrratn will be
given:
PART L
Ovortaro Tanntttter Wagaer
Mrs. Hljtnson, MVs Ijs&c. Hiss
Clark. MJm Bl3atz.
Messaagar of Peace Rleazi-Wagser
WJcbiia Musical Clafe.
Alfaerein, 7th Symphony. Beethovoa
Mas. McCoy. Miss Datey "Woe,
Mies 2;r. Miss XXseantz.
Httagarfea Srcn March ....Uazi.
Mrs. McCoy. i2sa Smyth
PABTIL Dae Orectre to E-snoat B4&ere
Mr. McCoy. Mis Lemper.
Vca S4l-"Kfca.s Drrasas"
Loheaprin Wssnar '
Miss Mab4 lATisk'jr.
phfua&urbeytvck. Rirtfrf-a?3tr
Mrs, McCtyy, Miss Bteaaatz. Mtos
Le?r, VJm Cafooaa.
Spins tx Ghana TSyta Dnufeoun"
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Wichita. M&slcal Cib.
Hox.
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formerly Governor
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bow a resident of Saleta,
Ore., says:
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f helpless invalid. She was afilictedl
' with terrible headaches, and grad
ually grew weaker and more languid.
f anoarentlv without cause. I tried sev
eral doctors, but all without avail. One
day to please a friend, I bought a box o
PinfcPills
and to our surprise, before it was used
up her headaches ceased, the color
began to return to her cneeks ana
lius and her strength began to assert
itself. I bought five boxes more,
and by the tune sue ma nnisnea
them she was completely rc-
storeu, anu 10-aay sac ia a.
rooust, rosy, iicauuiy gin,
instead 01 a pate, ureu ouu
sickly one."
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The audkmc who were at the Crawford
theater lat night saw an artistic pnxltfC
tlou of "Sap ho." Tha audlenc waa ona
of ho best rld tb&t hs bean in tha
Crawford for many raomfes, mad thMe
who Ud not see "Saotoo" ntatacd attmt
thing 3n In tha tbaauieal itoa. Thv play
wia woll stag-9d aad finely acted, and ll
aaOiaaca waa ranch tiasraaacd with aoa
srttalc work. The tcdln? fa4r. MJa
LlOten Atwood, In tha rola of Paeay Lm.
Grand, "Sapha." AM very strooc aiao
tlonaJ work. MIsm At wood la ao arltat
a dUrdnct hit wth 'WlabiU. tWtorsorz.
Tha lewdins man. Errin Bunkall. in Oj
charactar of Jtaa, did h!ghlr crdJta;
work. In fat, tb ntlr ct prwntlnir
Daucet a &reat norl, l.-x-Iudl.iff th awa-t
paru. wte x! wal taka. Th rttro
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