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CONTROLS THE MARKET Again List was dominated by Harri man Road But Its Influence Is on the Wane NEW YORK CENTRAL'S BAD SHOWING Quarterly Report of the Big Road Was a Disappointment and Haa Bad Effect on the Market Gener? ally?The Total Sales and Closing Quotations. , (By Associated Tress.) MOW YORK. May 3.?The action of I lie stock market today was domin? ated largely still hy the movements of Union Pacific. These movements were very Irregular and uncertain and tho whole list conformed to this with much exactitude. The move? ment in Union Pacific showed some evidence of running out, and this Indication served to discourage ac? tivity elsewhere and greatly curtail? ed operations after the first hours ol business. There was largo realizing .in Union Pacific above 150, tho In? dividual transactions showing large 'blocks changing hands. On the oili? er hand a fall below 150 brought out support for the stock. Tho conse? quence was restriction in tho move? ment and constant vibration within those limits. The publication-of the net earnings of the Harriman Paci? fies -for March disposed of the sup? position that the recent rise In Iheso stocks was due to unusunlly favor? able condition In operation of the company. Southern Pacific's net earnings drained out over a million dollars compared with March of last year although the February state? ment showed a lmicXome profit on the gross Increase, save for the tier. Tim Union Pacific saved only $150, 000 increased of March net earnings out of a gross gain of over a mil? lion dollars. Union Pacific sallied within a shade of early high level after the publication of the earnings. The poor earning reports of the rail? roads was emphasized by several other reports, especially tho Now York Central, which showed an ex pnnsldh of expenses for tho tlrs*. quarter of tho year of $2,755,100 or upwards of 17 percent over that for tho first quarter In 190G. Tho quar? terly dividend mcnnwhllc has been raised from one quarter to % per? cent. The fluni rise after the pay? ment of the dividend shows a de? ficit for the quarter of $1,469,985: The stock was weak on this sbowing. Crop reports were not of much Immediate effect in the slock market, the disposition to take profits in wheat counteracting tho effect of for ; casts of a cold wave. Bonds were ? Hint; Total- kales-par value $1,56$, tiOu.' .TT, s. bonds wore unchanged' on '?call. Total sales (today XlX.noo in? cluding Copper 70,200; Smelting 38, 701); Brooklyn Rapid Transit 211,000; ', Tobacco !)00; A. C. L. 200; C. and O. ''4,100; Penh. 32,'.:00; Rending 107,000; ?'L. nud N. 100; M. and W. 4,200; So. 'I'.iio. 32,000; Union Pacific 173.800; ; U. S. Steel 56.400: Northern PaciMc i?l.lOO; Southern Railway 1.70(1; Do aitd. 3O0"; Va. Caro. Chom. ptd. 100; I'Sloss^ShcffiOld Steel 800. pf - '- ,- ' Closing Stock List. ? . 'Adams Express ..280 Amalgamated Copper . 96% Amor lean Car and Foundry .... 38 American Car and Foundry pfd. OOVd American Cotton Oil . 30% r Amor lean Cotton Oil pfd .82 American Express .210 American' Hide and Leather pfd. 21 % American Ice . T.\^ American Linseed Oil . K^i .American Linseed Oil pfd.i American Locomotive . 03% American Locomotive pfd.10!) American Smoking and Rfng . .135% Am. Smelting and Refining pfd. 109 American Sugar Refining .125% American Tobacco, pfd. cortif. 92% Anaconda Mining Co.04 Atchison .95% Atohison pfd. . 95% Atlantic Coast Lino .105 Baltimore nnd Ohio .100% Baltimore and Ohio pfd.89 Brooklyn Rapid Transit .61% Canadian Pacific .177% Central of Now Jersey .185 ..Chesapeake and Ohio . 42Vi Chicago Great Western . 11% Chlcr.go and Northwestern ...153% Chicago. Mil. and St. Paul -137 Chicago Terminal and Trans .. 6M> Chicago Tor. and Trans pfd. .. 17% C. C, C. nnd St. Louis. 70 Colorado Fuel and Iron . 30% , Ccdorado and Southern . 25%' Colorado and Southern 1st pfd. 59^ Colorado and Southern 2nd pfd. 46% Consolidated Gas .133% Corn Products . 95% Corn Products pfd.77 Delnware and Hudson .7R9V& | ? Delaware, Lucka, nnd Western 470 Denver and Rio Grande. 29% Denver and Rio Grnndo pfd. ..71 Distillers' Securities . 78 Erie . .75 Erie 1st pfd. 66% , Erie- 2nd pfd. 39 General Electric .118% " Illinois Central ....145 International Paper . 14 International Paper pfd.74% International I'ttnip . 27 ? i International Pump pfd.18 Iowa Central . 19 * Iowa Central pfd.38 Kansas City Southern . 25 8 Kansas City Southern pfd.00^ Louisville and Nashvillo .119% Mexican Central. 21% If-Minneapolis and St. Loula -49 8 Minn., St. P. and Sault. Sie. M. 105 Minn., St. P. and S. S. M. pfd...132 SMIbtomH Pacific . 7G% 'Missouri, Kansas and Texas .. 36% Missouri. Kansas & Texas, pfd. GO National Lend . 05% National lt. H. of Mexico pfd. 52 New York Central .118% New York Ontario and Western Norfolk and Western .78% Norfolk and Western pfd. .... 81 North American. 75 Paclllc Mall . i-Mj Pennsylvania .12?'j People's Gas . 93 I'lttsburg. C. C. and St. Louis.. 70',<j Pressed Steel Car . ?6% Pressed Stocl Cnr pfd.'.'2: Pullman Palace Car .161 Heading.IMVi Heading 1st pfd . 84 Reading 2nd pfd . 81 Ropubllc Steel . 38% Republic Steel pfd.85 Kock Island Co.22% Kock Island Co. pfd.40 St. Louis & San Fran. 2nd pfd. 34% SI. Lruls Southwestern . 21'. St. Louis Southwestern pfd, ... 50 Southern Paclllc . 80% Southern Pacific pfd.117% Southern Railway . 22 Southern Railway pfd.27% Tennessee Coal and Iron .115 Texas and Pacific . 2!) Toledo. St. Louis and Western 29"s, Toledo, St. Louis and West. pfd. 53% Union Paclllc pfd.92% United Slates Express . 95 United States Realty . 70 United Slates Rubber . 42% United Slates Rubber pfd. ....107%( United States Steel . 3R United States Steel pfd.102?, Virginia Carolina Chemical ... 27% Virginia Carolina Chemical pfd. 103 Walmsh . 13% Wabash pfd.25% Wells Fargo Express .230 Westinghousp Electric .144% Western Union . 82% Wheeling and Lake Erie _t. 11 Wisconsin Central . ll'/j Wisconsin Central pfd. 10 Northern Pacific .130?/.1 Central Leather '.. 2!)% Conti al Leather pfd.0? Slops-Sheffield . 55% Great Northwestern pfd.137% Interborough Metropolitan . 20 Intcrborough Metropolitan pfd. 60 New York Money Market. NEW YORK. May 3.?Money on call steady 2>? a 1 percent; ruling rate 3, closing bid 2% offered at 3. Time loans firm: GO days 3V6 percent and 90 days 3% a 4 percent; six months 4% percent. Close: Prime mercantile paper BV4 a 0 percent Sterling exchange firmer with actual business In hankers' bills at 480.1 a 480.40 for demand and at 483.40 a 483.45 for GO day bills. Posted rateC 484 a 4S7. Commercial bills 483% a 483%. Bar sliver 05%. Mexican Hla-tlars 00%. Government bonds steady; railroad bonds firm. Baltimore Produce Market. BALTIMORE. MD., May 3.?Flour ?Firm; unchanged. Wheat?Easier; spot contract SG% a %; southern by sample 70 a 71. Corn?Easier; spot mixed 50% a %; No. 2 white 57 Vi a %; Southern white corn 55 a 58. Onts?Quiet. Rye?Dull, No. 2 Western domes? tic 75 a 76; choice 80. Butter?Firm, unchanged; fancy imitation 24 a 25; do creamery 29 a 30; do ladle 22 a 23; store packed 20 a 22. Eggs?Steady, unchanged, lG'/fc a 17 cents. Cheese?Active and steady; un? changed. Large 15, medium 15% a %. small 15% a %. Silgar?Unchanged, coarse granu lated 5, fine 5. Southern Bank Clearings. (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK. May 3.?Total Ltink clearings' $2,8ao,481,000; against $2, G71,500,000 last week and $3,506,922,-1 000 last year. Richmond, $6&08;0V00; increase 7.9. Savannah, $3;303.000; decreasu 27.0.' Atlanta, $1,108.001); decrease 9.7. I NoijfOlk, $2.748.000. Augusta, $1,401,000; Heel-ease 20.3. Knoxyille, $1,553,000: increase 17.1. Charleston; $1,263,000; decrease 1.0.1 Jacksonville, $1,500,000; Increase) 2S.9. Mucon, $811.000; Increase 19.G. President Jackson's Dramatic Death. It was well that the "Renegade President'' had permitted no delay in I carrying out the will of the people.] expressed in the election of 1844; for even a slight delay would, as we now know, have thrown Sam Houston Into] the opposition and have caused the loss of Texas at last. . Late In February, one of Houston's] intimate friends tells us, "He came Into my room hooted, spurred, whip In hand. Said ho,''saxe Weimar (his] saddle horse) is at the door saddled. I have come to leave Houston's last words with you. If Congress of Ihc United States shall not by tho fourth of March pass some measure of an? nexation which Texas can with honor, aceedo to, Houston will take thoj stump against annexation for all time | to come. Without another word . . . ho mounted and left.' " For mouths later, as the long sha? dows of atllune twlight began to f?ll upon the Tennessee capital, the well remembered figure of Sam Houston passed through that city in the direc? tion of the Hermitage. He had ful? filled to the letter the pledgo spoken | thirteen years hefore, "I shall yet he President, of a great Hpuhllc. I shall bring that nation to the United States," and he was hastening to make his final report to Andrew Jnckson. Tidings had reached him I that Jackson was fighting his last battle, this timo with an unconquera? ble antagonist. As Houston npproached the Her? mitage, he met Jackson's family phy? sician, drlVing slowly in the direc? tion or Nashville. There was no need to ask the question. "Thirty minutes I ago, at six o'clock In the evening, the end came. You are just too late. An? drew Jackson Is dead." ?From "The Mexican War." by Robert McNutt McElroy. Ph.D., in the May Mctropolllun Magazine. Wife?You are going shooting with cold like that? No, I couldn't let you go possibly. Husband- Oh. hnl I promise,! you ! a hare. At leant I must go and coun tcrmund it.?Luutlgo Blatter. World c VIRGINIA LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. At Richmond?Rlchmoud 1; Ports-1 mouth 4. At Norfolk?Norfolk 4; Danville 6. At Roauokc?Ronuoko 2; Lynch burg 7. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs W. L. PC Richmond ?.7 3 .700 lloanoko .7 1 .C30 Danville .6 4 .600 Lyuchburg .? G .500 Norfolk ..-2 6 .250 j Portsmouth .3 s .27:i Virglna League Games Today. Portsmouth at Richmond. lloanoko at Lyuchburg. Danville at Norfolk. NATIONAL LEAGUE Yesterday's Results. Boston 0; Philadelphia 2. Now York 1; Brooklyn 0. Chicago-PittBburg?Postponed on nccount of cold weather. Standing of the Clubs. Clubs W. L. New York .14 .'I Chicago .13 n Plttsburg . 9 :'. Philadelphia . 9 6 Boston . 7 9 Cincinnati. 5 10 St. Louis . 3 14 Brooklyn . 1 13 Games Today. Brooklyn at New York. Plttsburg nt Chicago. Philadelphia nt Boston. St. Louis at Cincinnati. Phllas Went to Pieces. BOSTON. MASS.. May 3.?The Philadelphia team went to pieces !n tho seventh today and Boston won easily six to two. Score: R. H. 10. Boston . 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 0 x?0 0 2 Philadelphia .. 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0?2 43 Llndnman and Brown; Lush. Mornn and Jacklttsch. Time 1:45. Umpire Rlgler. Mathewson in Good Form. NEW YORK. May 3.?New York proved too much Tor Brooklyn today in a close game and won 1 tu U. Score: R. H. E. Brooklyn . 00000000 0?0 2 0 New York _ 00001000 x?1 3 1 Strlcklett and Rutlcr; Mathewson and Bresnahari. Tlmo 1:32. Um? pires?Klcm and Emsllo. AMERICAN LEAGUE Yesterday's ReBults. Washington 0; Boston-3. 1st same, Detroit'4; Chicago 9. 2nd game, Detroit 2; Chicago 1. Cleveland 5; St. Louis 10. Philadelphia a; New York 4. (10 innings.) Standing of the Clubs. ClubB. W. Li. Chicago .11 f> Philadelphia.10 ?1 New York. ..*;. . . 10 0 Detroit ............... 0 7 Cleveland-'S 8 Boston- .'..7 10 Washington . 5 10 St. Louis .5 13 American League Gamea Today. Now York at Philadelphia;. Chicago at Detroit. St. Louis at Cleveland. Boston at Washington Six Pitchers Used. CLEVELAND. OHIO, May 3.?St. Louis defeated Cleveland today 10 to 5, each club using three pitchers. Moore and Pelty wore tho only ones to show good form. Score: R. II. E. Cleveland .1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0?5 14 2 St. Louis .0 1 1 5 03 00 0?10 15 1 Hess. Thielman, Moore and Clark: Powell, Morgan, Polly and Stephens Time 2:15. Umpire O'Loughlln. Broke Even in in Double Header. DETROIT. MICH., May 3.?Chicago broke oven with the home team'in a double header. Willofs wlldnoss and his ineffectiveness with men on bases made the visitors' victory in tho open? ing an easy one. Both Klllinn and Smith did splendid work in tho sec? ond. Score: . First Game. R. H. E. EJetrolt _O2O0OO2OO ? 4 4 3 Chicago .2 0 2 0 4 1 0 0 0?9 10 4 Wilieta, EuhankB and Schmidt; Pat? terson and Sullivan. Time 1:40. Um? pires, Stafford and Sheridan. Second Game. R. II. 10 Det rolt.000000 2 0 51?2 7 3 Chicago .0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0?1 9 2 Killinn and Payne; Smith and Me Fnrland. Time 1:30. Umpires, Staf? ford and Sheridan. Young's Support Won for Him. WASHINGTON. D. C, May 3.? Young nnd Fulkenherg had a pitchers' battle loday. the good support, of the former enabling Boston to defeat Washington 3 to o. The score: , R. H. E. Washington _ooooooooo?0 4 4 Boston .I I. 0*10 I 0 00?a 3 1 Falkehborg. Patten and Warner: Young and Shaw. Time 1:15. Um? pire, Evans. A Three-Hour Game. PHILADELPHIA. PA., May .'!.? New York defeated Philadelphia lo PC. .688 .625 .?625" .5ti:: .500 .412 .278 8 tt^^AVA^^x*^^ day in n long drawn out und unlutor ostlng toil Inning contest. Scoro: R. II. 13. Now York .0 0 0 110 0 0 2?t C 2 Philadelphia ....020000001?3 8 2 Doyle nnd Klolriow; Coombs, Her ry and Powers. Time 3:07. Umpires, Connelly and Hurst. SOUTHERN LEAGUE. At Nashvlllo?Nashvllle-Atlantd, n? game, rnln. ? ?l?| ai lllrinlngham ? Dlrmlngham Montgomery, postponed, rain. At Little Rook?Little Rock n; Memphis 4. At Shrevcport?Shrevoporl-Now Or? leans, postponed, rain. RAMBLER IN HERKOMER TOUR. American Auto to be Entered in tho German Contest. Over the picturesque highways or Bavurhl a Wisconsin-made automobile will strive next June to wrest the Horkomor trophy from tho pick ot tho foreign shops. A Rambler car. driven hy Carl Illrseli, a publisher and sportsiuun of Coustad, linden, Germany, win bo among tho entries. Mr. Hirsch was In Chicago last week and made arrangements for tho ship? ment of a forty horse power, four-cy? linder touring car from tho Kcnoshn factory of tho Thomas 1?. .lottery Company. This will protnbly lio tho only American car In the tour. No American has yet announced his wil? lingness to follow in the footsteps of l'ercy Plorco and enter tho contest ns did tho Buffalo autolst last year. Who Archbishop Blenk la. Most Uev. Archbishop Wenk has n long and Illustrious record of past achievements to his credit as priest, bishop and archbishop. Although born in ltavarla, he baa been 11 resi? lient of New Orleans from his Infan? cy, and hi considered a thorough American, lie was ordained priest In lhtmhilk, Ireland, in 1885; was presi? dent of Jefferson College, at. Janios' parish. Louisiana, from tSOl to 1800; was consecrated lilshop of Porto Rico on July u. 1800, and after the dentil of Archbishop Cbnpollo. In August. 1005, he was transferred to the arch dlOCOSo of New Orleans, anil look charge as archbishop on July l,_] 000. ?Prom the New Orleans Picayune. 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