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THE REPUBLIC: THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1902. FINANCIAL ADVANCES TQ-WQRRGW NIGHT ETO YOU CAM EVIAKE 25c A SHARE By Buying To-Day and To-Morrow at $f 05 a Share, with allowance of the 5 May Dividend on all stock "bought up to TO-MORROW NIGHT. Here's a Chanca te Ms Big Money in a Day, Profit on 100 share Profit on 200 shares Profit on 30(i shares Profit on 500 shares Profit on 1, 000 shares--. SAFE AS tlQ&EY IN BANK. Detroit-Beaumont is an organization of strenuous and wealthy business men, who are in the oil business to stay. With $100,000 capital, Detroit-Beaumont operates 67 tank cars, has a private pipe line, storage and settling: tanks and S40,0o0 worth of land, owned in fee simple. Over 30,000 invested in improve ments. Yet Over (0,000 Shares Still in the Treasury. Buy this stock on its merits, while you can pet in at $1.05, with the bijr 5 per cent May dividend, which gives you nearly two vears' interest on your monev in a day. The stock sells at Beaumont now at $1.35 a share. Contracts Are Secured for 3300 Gars of Oil Providing an income to pay 40 per cent in dividends in sis months. These dividends will double with The Advancing Price of Oii F. 0. B. Oars. AVe have more cars than any million-dollar compam in Beaumont. Dismiss Prejudice; Use Reason, And you rill surely invest in this stock. Absolutely reliable management by men vrho are rated at 5 millions. Don't hesitate, but subscribe you can take at si.ua, dividend of 57c -which 3 , to date Orders postmarked May 23 -will be filled at $1.05 and receive the dividend- REAVIS SECURITIES CO., secTO&g. Bell, Main 1529 M. Einloch Make sure of getting In at SI write telegrams thin: "Keavis itecjnties Uo.. -tub Zs.-curlty ISjiiainz, St Louis Reserve shares Detroit ct SI 05. Rsrnittanct fetlons." (So of Shares.) Office Open To-Night and TMorrow Until 10 P M. to Re 5M ceive iiuuscriptions. bjKhj SUMMARY OF ST. LOUS MARKETS. At the opening: of jencrfiaYs grain msrHet the feeling was decidedly weal Manr truCers believed that when the foreign markets should open after two holidays there would be rather brisk buying for export account. In this they were disappointed At Lixcrpool and other European points prices were sharply on the down-turn, mainly be cause of reports that Eurojtean a-nfl colonial crop conditions were improving There was a great deal of early liquidation in domestic markets, but toward the end of the first Hour It became apparent that there was a short interest which was making an effort to oer. Prices were run up until this class of traders had been moderately squeezed Then the pressure was relieved and wheat was permitted to sag of Us own weight. It was a pro fessional market throughout. Corn was fairly well supported This grain imparted its strength to wheat and held its own well untl near the close, when profit-taking wiped out a portion of the early guins. July wheat opened unchanged and closed l-16c up. July com opened He up and closed c up. July oats closed Rc up. Trading in produce was fairly brisk and receipts were moderate, with prices generally firm. Local securities were in only moderate demand. Tractions were well takn on slight, recessions and bank blocks had many FUpporters. YeHierday's bank clearings were $9,:29GS7, balances SLCIkO. Discount rates were steady between 4H and j per cent. , Spot cotton was quiet and unchanged in the local market. EftRLY GAINS LOST IN WHEAT AND CORN. CLOSE IS OY A TRIFLE HIGHER. Shorts Forced to Cover, but Later There Is Lack of Outside Buying. Speculative Interest In "wheat and corn, though a trifle better than on Tuesdaj, wus, again light. At the outtet the market Fhowed considerable weakness In sympathy with sharp declines at Liverpool and other European centers. Thouph there waonly a moderate cash and export Inquirj. it became apparent toward the end of the irEt hur that there was a short interest afcich vva anxious to cover, and prices were si. on the upturn. When the thortB had been squeezed BJfficlently and the bujing ceased there was another period of depression which lasted until the clos?. News from the Xortbwtst Indicating more favorable weather lor Bedlng was regarded as bull ish, but there was little or no ouu-ide bu ing. July "Rheat opened unchanged and sold at: 72c. TVf72Hc SVC. 725.C Sept. sold at TSC. JSc ilaj TVc nomlnaL Corn held up well throughout the seslson on fairly good cu?h bujing by Southern and Southwestern railitrs and light receipts. In this grain, too. there was said to be a hort Interest, mainly in Chicago. Spot prices were firm, and det-p'.te several at tempts to break the speculative market. values were well maintained. July corn opened He up and cold at; Ufc CHttC. 61iC CISC, Clfec, 61c ClUr 61SC, QirC, 61VC 6.c Sept cold at &8"c L?i,e, Sq. "SSS9fec, S9c. SSc Dec- sold ax 44Hc, 44c Receipts of wheat at St. Louis were 42.0SB bu , of which 3t0 sks and 41 cars were lo cal and C cars through, against 23,7(77 bu., of which all were loca. In Idl Receipts of wheat at primary points were 217,473 bu against 4S2,U)0 bu. in 133L and shipments were 224.727 bu.. against BILtXH) bu. The Northwest received S3 cars, against 02 cars in ISQL Chicago receied S0.77T bu. and Kannas CIO' 3200 bu. The clearances of wheat and flour were equal to 44,017 bu. or wheat. Receipts of corn at St. Louis "were 2a90 bu of which 18 cars local and 10 cars through, aga nst 3S.400 bu.. of which 27 cars local and 21 cars through, in -1901. Receipts of corn at primary points were 1K,U5 bu., against lO.tW bu. Jactycar, and a Share. $25 50 75 125 250 for as many shares as rememberinsj the May makes 25 declared ST, LOUIa, Mo. A 33 05 by tclegraitkinz your orJcr. the shipments therefrcrn were 2GD.ol7 bu . against S3.0jU bu Chicago reeeiv ed S2.Cj bu. and Kansas Citj 40,ou0 bu. The clear ances were 4.242 bu Receipts of oats at St. Louis were 32,650 bu.. of which 34 car? were local and 9 cars through, as against S.aiO bu., ol which a cars were local and 5 cars through, a jear ago. Recelpti of oats at primary points were 349,SjT bu., as against 679 000 bu last sear, and shipments w ere 257,685 bu., against 428, 000 bu. The clearances amounted to ?,750 bu. Prices on 'Change. Th- following tables show lb range cf prices on future and cash grains: cioseo iiangea Closed tu saay. 74 n ..7r-,o72j Gl- n ..CIS b .5--,tr5?4 Jesteiday Teslelday . & 79 n 721.W7JU '.; 7?,if73. ;.(, CJUJIjI- 124. 6i ,tr. 611 b 5S U594 c&4 & ii 43a ti .Cab Wheat May July . bept Corn May July FV.pl Oat-May . Jul; . . 3- b 5S. .6 bept -S4OIH a Cash wheat, coin ind nata rau--l Tcsterday TaetdAy Tr Ago 74 U.i 7o & -. e 43 U . 4.1 Sr', ....in ... ..it .. Ilfeu ... 3.-r ... 3i ... Mtit . ....tt ... MOeal No 2 red 1 S2 No I hard ..77 u Corn No 2 mxd to w . . . No. J nhlte 66 UC6W No 3 m,xcd. ,b4 ft . . No 2 nnlie 65tx0u6 No I yellow ,.t5 qy5a No 3 e.low 6446 Oats No 2 mxd 4S ts3 No I Northern.4ji.i No 2 white . 46U3 . . 81 SJ!. 77 V . Wi-S T C3U61i; 6viSr66 t .. 64 !.... 41 43-i 414(l44 ,b V- No 3 white. . 44,-.4i) 44Vi?r4 4 No 4 white 44U45 41 &. .. btick of Grain in Store. Testrrdai Tuesday Last Yr. ii,. .r- t.t ,o rr, n 1 Wh-at Corn - Oats Rse ltu.Iey .. . 1U2.I65 St.458 fol. ..0 K5.3J7 73.317 1.63 4CU31 311 177. .S6 I1.S18 .CU - UdS .. .. 8J.JSS J4.05S 125.911 So.111 2l 0,fi 1.360 49,oi; 4J.177 73.270 2.991 46.J1 21.1.94 31,133 No. I red wh al No i; hard whtat ...... No a m.xed corn..... ... No 2 hard corn .... 41.3 0 53.490 74 997 to? 23.26J No 2 mixed o-ts No. 2rse . ... 3Z.-I-4 ... 6.SC2 No. Ijellow com.... Cash Grain, Floor, Etc. ' WHEAT Cash Mncet Rscelpts, 350 ska. and 41 cara local and 6 cars tnrough, 79c for white ard ovc for red winter on Leiee. buk at Sic W urd SiWc to EIc del E aide, mainlv at 8IUC lor No. -i red, and Su'-rc to E. side at ioHc. No."2 hard ct T7c for Nebraska and TSUc for Turkey del E bide CORN Cash Market Receipts, 15 cart Iccal and 10 cars through. By sample del.: No. 2 at 65c E and to V aide. No. 3 at G5c to W rna Wc and No. 4 (poor and soft) nt 5c E. side: No 2 jellow at G5--e E. and 65c W side. No. 3 yel low at 64!-.c W. and 65Wc E. side: No. 2 white at "$t6c E. and CoSc lo W. side; No. 3 white at 65tr66c E. and 66c to W. a'de. OATS Cash Ma'ket Receipt 34 cars local and cars thrcuah. By sample de at 43Hc -west and 43Hc to 43c Hatter lat ) R side; No t at 43c wet side: No. 2 Northern at 4332 west side No. 2 white at 4',c west .d:: No. 3 white at 444a43c E. side and 45tr45sc west afd: 2fo. 4 white at 4414-74 west de. HIE No. I at . I ISARLEY At fOc to TOc I rLAX-JEED $1.60. ! inJOL'R Quotations on soft winter for ear lots EM 9jg I tik ratms II C3S3 75 straights at S3 S23.r): xtra fanrj $2 SSiiS 43, cliar 14i3.15, low grade . w r.ttr in Ju e -ks J. c -.i). hard winter 11 tut sks I- 6iji2 ..-. for near 3. -i3 fo-.truigM-. J 15-j"; 2j fi- patert spring uhut pat-r's :.i W& 75 tn bulk .5 higher in wo".L ill i-'-"-Ib Ml at Hi3c tnla and I. side, a' m I w" ihlj nl $1 Ili I LuUR-Jobbing at 13 10 In sks and $3 43 m pdis f ORNMI -.L-ritr rieai ten VIM. pearl. criife anil tir ti ri :2 43 llA Reeel-ts -t. toiiB local ana 80 tons throuch .hippeu -.I tons Prices C irk. as follows Tim .fu S V1 V for i-liolce. S14S14.50 for -So 1. $ M: 13 - fo- No 2 cloier-mlxed Wffll and for N I Jl' JU 50 tor No 3. bTK-LW Whiat $-.5.G4 75, cat j:. rye $381,311 on t-K 1.1HP ANT' -FELTER-Lead a' 33 53 to S4 03. Sle ler at J4 i .T4 23 VVlllbL. At SI ol PRODUCE. Fruit, Vegetable. Poultry, Egg and Buiter Quotations. Buttf-r Scarce and h m Qjnta.t-or.r-: CrsasiciT -Lstra i.-i tliBt l&alcr fronds lo&lTc Dtil r Lira l:pl.( firMe liit-ic, frrt-su-e 4C i-adl-IaiKed tx a lie, Urals ibv Ccuntrj Tir to p oo lyn it Lj-s inrt rrrciptH at lSc Receipts 1 413 X.kks loca and 1,4' thrcupb he JobblCR Twin -t 13-3c- elnelei 135c dairies I"r i I-V lanr norns l-.Sc. Llm tuitscr V ;wise Choice inc. .So 2 lT'-B&lJt-Ij . h 13 -VHt PROVISIONS Pork New standard il.Z&31 60 per bbl !n a jobtitns was Laird ""hntcf tam E 4.1d 10 Goc pe-lb In a jdhbmr nm ItetUe-remiered at U4107i. jre-n Ilura-ln cr lots I o h h, alcr Hame i' !-. 14 a-nd 6 av lb&ajt at USfillc, i. nneo hams 35 u lS&2is, ."Jpiaat i-U Jl2c fcxlfornta. ana .New lnik -lmuia s at SUSc Trom the block ael Run of huuse ham a, US lis- Xylite at I'fcll'-c c-ltiomU and ts,cw lok nuUinerh. at t-c I S AWT Tn a,"ix. ACtjS-av cur0 c -lbs hld at r' Ciirl C5c 40-a it S Tuc c t t Rxd mi n a. jotb rp. wa ranged hxfa fhort 10c rib luc f-nori riur i -,l . fill e iuxiw-e htandard barks at 10c plate at JrSc tat backs at "i,X( lif-aler cha ce n cher uri orde-s Ua on l!xd t. c nst tr. a Jo hr; a rit-fd Lxtra shoit aid c ribs at 07gc hot i-ai 11' b-IIl at HHllSc, standa d bak- lit p'at. at l&Sit rat back- at 10Bc Dck. rs hare? h pber en crdert Breakfast bacon at ic for heaii to 14' c for liKht hams at l2Uc CSVi fnuL and New lork snoulaers at 94c t ountn I-a'd Choice fcvc Ct-untrs iiacon iucb nt t.c Talim-Slcaa Tirime rnuntn No 1 at 7p No Z at j'iHc, pacaere cholct. at TS'Sc !t stearlne Quote at 14c "iT-M.se Tial i-rcular lots countn B-OTrn at Ct elio at 4'iC whltt at 4Sc Packer' Ftock iii-' wo ai O&i-SiC jeliow at $t$foc. white at Ft ip Lee- Large 51 CO. medium 7-c. small A3: pc doz Sb;" At S0zc thii er-es and bucks IgSc, lambs at 44fe54c Sprint lamts at 4454c eal"If-nt ipipt teati Quote choir fa n fg64t. r" ,b air at 5c heretics, rojRh small thin at 3V3c rr lb Ittief in (-rder Rbld Plate and Tulton Mar ket and roll nt 52 T0. mes ct 511 50 d-i"d sets at i"4 t.mrues 15c rtr lb , lns'des 35c knuck les i'. outsid- liueis LJe Poultrv H hw and Kcht bens 10c root rs w prtns chictcn" rr lb 25c. rral! Bled Z2t Tu-ke Aerai-e receipts Sc Ducks C4. i'leons $1 -5 ter do: G w 4$m3c Ttresfd INiuItn- Fwaicd znS undra? n. T.lth head? and 1-p on Chicken- dioiep at lie roosters 6' Turkeh Choice at Sc Pucks tc Roasttnc Pips In demand at 51.251.0 per bead Freh PlBh- Pteadj Quote. Eunfi'h at 4c, crap ple at c f" small to 7c for large bans lie, oVf tat r tpocnMH cat Cc dc-sd ball head Tt burrala prp. 3c drested tiuffalo 44c deaMd German rarp 3c. white p-rch at 2l Tarn. Itaccoon at 10- to bfc mink nt 15c to SI Ekunl. a: 15c in 0c v. ild cat at 15c to 20c. diet col at 15 to iic badcr fat 5c lo 2jc. hou cat 10c. muLrat fflft;. tar S1&12 bt-aier Xi6. oppo uib 104?25r TA fox 15c to Jl 50. cra fox lOtrX" otter Jl 5&S 50, prairie wolf 3)Quc. tlnber wolf Zhc to J1 au 1 ool. Uat Neb . Dak W I Tex. 1 T iOk BrfKht niil lBHff Jdlutn It m IiarK 1 j15s CoarF- A. low 14 WIS Llsht fin ..13 fil4 i Haj One . ID fill Haj buck .9 Bll L'Kht fine 14 14V- Jllifoul Illinois I Ark i Southern Cbic cnitttnc. Mrf (fleece) .17 fi?17U & i loth ma.l7Hi' -1'"! fione) . is 16w Clnthlrj; ib-iii7 MiRbt imrrs . u nir- lCSSi; I Hard bt-rrr 94'gltt' trid rtl'rht burn n nH7 luonnEnea. Ha'fl burrj .12 pi: No 1 LlKht ftr HWi'Vj llea fine. .12 &12U lb V ir A Minn - JT-lcht med 1CS , Lipht line ..n'-.K.1 Dark . IS CW IIeAVj fine . 10 C?I1 I No 2 . . . .'21 Z2 Bur- . ..k 17 Ang-ora goat batt el ear 2S Bu r .... 12i Hard burrj 10 nidcn. Irr steadv Dr flint Texan heavy J4c; Tex as Herae 134c. TeaaiF 1 cht Uc, far en 13Vc. native and Arkansas I23c No 1 native 13c o 2 native llc bull "-c. cull 7c IT-nlted round, henw ll-c rouno licht 10c salted No 1 I2l salted o 2 10c Hct hid Drj 7&c Gr en sa.lt d Western round 7S". Southern 7"c. ecl-ci-ed No 1 8c, selected Nu 2 7Ue, part curd c Pt lb 1 59. uncurd 1c p-r lb lep rulls 4c IInr hides JJ .a do No 2 51 25, uncured Im Iluli li less than cow hides Frnltn and Vef?etnble. Th Republic's quotations are for car lota in firet hands, mile-s otherwise specltied Small lot on oruers are charged higher Ont-l-Kic:? leitntsoee $-.25 2.50 pr 6-pak case 1'CACHn First of season from Overton, Trx , st M"5c per box -TliAv li..It Kt J? S Home-grown 51 7 pr 3-gal care 52 ...JfC for choice. Arkansas 51 to- in ferlr 52 Iz'iiZjM for choice to fancv . bulk cf sales hi 52 llllnt is i2 S0S2. and Kenturkv jrjiS , ac ccnlinp to rondltlt-n Tennessee 52fi2 50 liLAClvIit.Itltlfc.t Cho.ce 2&2.-t; per 6-paU ctnte OHANGHS-Car lets on rk California nnioU 152 fc standard, and 53.2ff2.G0 fo- Itedlands. aed ling 2 tuu i'i tr nor. Mediterranean sweets S3S? S 2 oh-lng higher i LUlUN.s-on trk Caliromia iZ.iz K J box. Jobbing higher, new Medina 12ff3.50 box. in a Jobbing wav. Klcllr 3&Z 50 BANANAS On orders 51g2 per buich firsts and 51 To for seconds Pr per for NhAi'Plxr Cuban Wac each in bbls Al'1'l.KS-llun. From store No : U-n Davis CAlif-AGU-Slfady. rrcelptf food 1 lo.Ua Jl.S) for poor, si tw for cood and J2 for choir n-r crate Mobile J2.fS per crate Mlss'sstppl S3 for choice per large crate Texas lH2c per lb ONION'S .New Orleans new Jl 35 per sack and SZ.UtUl-'Z per bbl . Mississippi $1 7i2 per bbl . Texas U f Aft. Tt UNIPfc Home prown 2oS'20c per doi, bunch es crCTMDEnR New Orleans J23 per bbl , Florida SI per crate. STIUXG UEANi Mobile S3e$l far round preen New rleanB Jliil 2S per bu bci ior round and fh for fat creen Texas 75t per bu b'x J "ATOE- Half at 85tf23c per bu , according to quality and condition Nf..v i'LTA7uti Supply (food Tr'amph f "fl4 nnd irl"s 532 p"r bbl and 31 SO bk i Mrbll" II 2n p"r be and Jl W kd SMUETT POTATOES Sd varietien per bbl: Nanemond S-, lt"rmuda iZU S SO jellow 4. Quen JlElT-20ftSfc ier doz. bunch" GHUEN I'tAhn-Alatarra 75fl93c for choice. 0? for poc recipts jer tm ttox Miilrpl 75" Arkanis 50c it 't-bu basket, home-grown 7c5n pr bu TOM ATOEv Florida Jl 755J2 '-r choice, and 12.2.275 tor Ian"), culls 50ft" I GUUSN rurPKHSFIonda Jl 2531 50 p-r crate &AUERKRAIT New handmade J3 75 rr V 1 bl and 53.: ii"r bbL, ordre higher HOlthEKADlSH On orders 12 50 ir bbl. Jtt'TAHAGAJ On orders ZA per dos el. ASi'AiiAGUh iiome-rrown zwvie irfr tier doz tunc hep faOF ASH Florida. S1S1 15 tier larre ernte. Tex. ap 25c per 13 bu box. Nw Orleans $2f2 53 per bi n t EGGPLANT Florida Jl.151 45 per case CAULIFLOWER Home-grown McgJl per bu. ' tcx , CAl'.ItOTS Northern SI per bbl ; New Orleans 1 30r per dor bunches ' HHl'BAHR Home-grown S30c pe- doz. KOHLRABI Hl-f40c per dox. hunches, aa to I ti7e GATILIC 15i25c De- string KALE New O-l-ans 5c rr bu, box. MFSTARD GREENS Home-grown 5010c per per bu box. bunchep. bPINArH 5c pr bu box CELER1 Nev Orleans 50f75e per bu-ih. ?llpieellnseon Markets. FEATHt-j- ill uLiutnl, stead) Trlme l.ve reee: in small sks 41c. in large sks 45c, grav Joe In small, 3.1c in large sks , old white 5S 7c. X 2i.tJc NX 16-jIJC. XXX 10J12c. XXXX Sc. chicken 3c Turkei Tall 32c wing Cc, pointers 3c wing ind tail ic. wing, tall and pointers c. bod 2l Duck tt hlte Ac. dark 25c DEUISMNb ETC ITlrne deerskins Sc per lb . iilack tall 22c. Texas st 19c. anteicpe 15c tier lb , t,uat mc each, damaged out Bfir.SW.AX Quote at 3uc per lb. for prime fcHEEI' PEL1S Full-wool pe.ts nominally to 90c, shearlings at 5c to 15c. dry stock, fallen, etc., ic per lb. ROOT.' Ginseng at from $3.50 to $4. ladr Upper at he, Ttreca at 3it. pink at lie, g-ljer. seal 41CJ43C. May apple at 2-c. wahoo. bark of root 8c, bark of tree 24c, snake at 25S26C black at 4c, aniellca .l 64tK- blood at 2ic, blue flag at 3C sassafras bark at 6c. wild ginger 5c CAbiOK BEANb At SI 35 and 1140 per bu. for prime in car lots, small and inferior less. hlr-l LOWEll bliED J2.75 per 100 lbs. LINbEED OIL Raw at 64c. boiled 65c. prices nominal CAST. OR OH-Lot 200 gal.. H-jc lb. No 1 and lOwc No 3. small quantities lc per lb. more. COlTON-bLLU OIL Summer ellow at 47ct white 45c: winter yellow 51c. winter white 52c HOPS New lork 19820c. Pacific Coast lStcIJc; old al lie, foreigr at 4JP4JC tALT E. sld. Medium 30c. granulated !Sc per bbl : Fe per lb irore this a'de. HEMi'bEED Latest bid at $3 03 per 100 lbs pure let DKlt-D GREEN TiiASE Jobbmg from store at $1 71. bcotch Jl So. split $2. whlppuorwlil pease at WHITE BEANS Hand-picked pea bins in - small way from 'tore $1 Saffl 90 per bu.? screened SL70tTl 75 per bu.: rnachlue-puJted at $1.75x1 ij- , .,. a, S. JO n 11, hB.b. . b. t S'a Lima beans at j 411 per in . Diackeye S2 2S. en. fomla pink at 4,c: lentils at 4ic: New Tork kidney at 4l,c '-lr-- HONEV Comb- Dark 638c. bright amber 10a lis bright alfa'fa LSI6C Strained: South-rn In bbls. at 4W4-i- t-in 58-51,0: CallfornlaaS 63 6Uc MObS Market steady: machine-picked In best demand: offerings literal, gray-mixed maiCe grav. brown and blacic mixed IXttic: brown anri black mixed le2W" machlne-plcknl v at 3,c: XX at :ia4c: XXX at 4Qi: xxxx'Ft 5ti5'-.c: Inferior pIcR-d less: cxtiik black icT I EilPTY BARRELS Coal oil. turpentta- and gasoline 95c: Mnegar TOc, black oil 60- lln-i-rt 1 75c: do. hair bbls 65c: wine 95c: sauerkrauts?- ' eni,,- srfi, d.. .. uuu, .. uimaMes J9C lard tcs. 25c: loc OfT for each broken head. Ic off Tar CM-h hoop missing. ""- ,aI UROOM CORN Nominally firm. Quote ner ton Fair JW1-SS5- common 865S75. pw tD' ltAGB, etc rer 100 ins.: country sags at I old rope. No. 1 and manlla $1.50. No. 5; at sic: r BONES-Oioice -Wsached at $14 per ton; other kind from SO to $13. ' RAP IRON AND METAL Per loo Iba. Wrought iron 65c: heavy cast, milieable. ateei ana breakaee Miic: stor. ci,s; burnt Sc; JlirSt A QR ST. LOUIS - I Advances to J I Get Some of This Stock by All ieans. I .SEKF0.l C. H. WLLE PROSPECTUS brass JS heav bra 59 copper 5a sine 52 SO ie-d 52 50 pewi- J. 50 IOP "OUN im ob Hiolce white S2.5G per 1C" Ihfi ice wo-tb 53 nilxd 51 "0c2. pnA'-vrrase re: el me 7ujri,f. rEANI'Tt We quote Farme-s btack Rfl at liric i-er lb white 2$'ILc W ALNTTs-Sdl rs at 25c per la. I HICKORY TT. nuote per bu at 83c for la z and 50c for nhellbaTit. CI D Ell Quotable per btil in lots a SCff &) M'HGHl M CAM- snBL Itrvt b'd at :; i5 pr , 10-t lbs ' ORGliril lrlme new quotable at 20ST25c per cal MArLE ST'GAR AND FIUUP New sucar at (c jier lb . Crsadian at 13c. maple sirup at tOc to iOc per ra" ONION FET5 At 52 SO pe- bu GRA&t bKEDS Tlmoth at 55 to S5 23 mlllt at 51 7 t. J- Ji Hunra n at 51 to j; io Clo ver nomtnallj at 5- tu 5" Uj hlgh-prade redtop PRIET I-RUTTS Appl Thee mi at 5: to BVc tor suti-drid quarter and at 6VjC tn f?c for eap rate a rn . nups hi inisc to ;iitc. l'ech e -un-dried hahes 2Ur to 3 Ll'MltER rrom hrsi hands quotation ranie t a- follows "ieltiw pn I IniEh at 52 S2 b-ic-d common) at J15ft7 flooring Ptrirs at J192 anj WiCV optar-l inch at 52?B and HW9. li Incb 53)&32 and 52.22. 2-tnch and thick I er at 531ff23 und S2ie23 squarF U4 at 52fi an1 ' Sift Ex to 7x7 at 52SM2') and S1SC20 ixH and uo ! at 52222. Oak riain-suved whit Inrh nt t-W I 27 and SlD?Ti7 1U to -I Inch at S2tfD and 517 2" 21- lo r inch a 53122 and 521C22 quarter I awed whit l-lnch at ?4g24 1V,81S-Inch at J43H and 52.".f26. quarter-saw efl rrd. 1-lncb at 522 Lid 522 lMfIu..tich at SSS34 and 52321 I ttoKten and reacht- at 526 topuei at 522 Asi I 1-inrh at S2& and Jl. lUtrtMi: Irrch at 52PS39 and 5I&20 2 to 4 Inch a.t 53ta22 and 52022 ItUck walnut At 570. 52e2S and $17rl& rherv -Clar end cond ot SG5 common ZV and cull 512 Hlekorj ct S33Ji22 and 515Clf hlzkon nxl-s nt S3sr and 51C Cedar ct 5225 and S1P.QK. posts 17c to 2c ach accordlnc to nire fcca more at 510 tor merchantable stJ7 do qt-arVr-saw-fd at 52ir27 and S13G1C Cottorottd Mill run ot 515016 box boards (13 inchen and overt at S2:23 pum at Sffr to- -ap S'vj and 512 for Ted. choice L uilana wo-th more Map'- at 51J fn- choice Orders higher Cs press at I2S&22 jnd 51(,a22 COfpnRTT tts Quote Cottonwood flour bbl at 10 25 do m-a. bbl ct SI SO No 2 at 53. half bbl n 54 te- kc at J12$il lard ti'-ce 57 pork bhl SIS Ileodinc P"- " No 1 flou bbl c mill run. 17S-inrh tork for apple bbl 4c No 2 do 3Uc lard tierce lfic o-k bbl 12UC Sha-d hoon riour bbl 54&4.rO "nr eo-ier. 52 V) &2 Tor boofPr, half bbl 53 . oolled elm i-foot 5" DO f-fck lard tlrce, cooper slipved 56gS, pork ' bbl JS TorERAGF I-ard tiet"- si 15 to- wooc ana JUS fo- l-on-lcund bbl pork hbls at 9uEf9JHc for wood-liound 51 for tron-bound oleo tlrce at 51274 Slack work Kound-hocp Hour bbla. 34c. fiat -hoop do 21c, half hbJs 20c, mal bhls. 27c, produce or cpple bblK 25c RAGGING. FTC Racglrp per vard lV'b at Sc. 3-lb at ;"-c. 2!-lb 6Sc Iron cotton ties 51 Hemp twire c M. I-noim Cotton Market. pot market quiet and un' bancd Sales. 10 bale Quote ordinary 7 13-H- rood ord.narv g 7-lftc; low middling fr, middling ic. cp3 mlddllni: Sc mldllirR fair Sc. Tinses and Gained at Sc b-low white. f- rstur riot market Fteady xnlddllnfrs 3 5-lbC, 'v.rv, Orleans Spot mark1 firm, middlings 9 1 ICc sale 4 000 tales Memnhl Spot mnrkt statlv . mUWllnps 5 i-lc. IcelptF at principal poirts t.alverton ZU tale ev orieans 1 S4 Mobil" 101 Savannah 78). NorMk E7 Hnuctan 5C9 vTmphls. 222 Th net receipts at all Ui.ltd States por'n for fiv davs were 13 244 bales, at. acainst 304 a week ago and 35.S01 a 3 car ago. expo-ts. 47.73S hales, against ., n ar ago. bTle against 4C.330 St Louis warehouse statement: . stocks. 4CS.32S Trl L.3"Jt Tear 1nr 34 27R f R13 172.S1 Z3H 07 JTK'fl 170 6 w 2S.27C 74 VS CI 1 W .V).ZLZ S74 9 11 . 1.341 ?21 .7S6.4S4 S39.S4 i closed tadj. Stock on hand Sept Net receipts since Ppt 1 . . Net shlpmer-ti, since Sept 1 Storks on hand to-daj 0-r receipt to-da Gross recelpti" ince Fept 1 ('-os rhlpments t'wlav Grots shipments clnc Spt 1 By Teliffraph ptt Tork. Mas 21 Spot rotto ?,V"C ifcir E5 V ;lr?,d5 e"fi 8S:? (,ae. Hr li.rl.er, mtddllnc uplands a -ISc. mtdc'Ilnp Laies i-iitures cios"d SKIC. Julv !i C2r Anr S 72c. Pent. 8 lfcc. Oct S.C3c. ov 7.SSp rer 7 S4c. Jan 7 9c. Feb 7 !c The mark"t opened firm and 2 to 5 points higher The me was a Film response to UverpiXrt cablen and exceed Inslv small receipts at all polntK After a mo ment's hesitation the whole mark"t deelcped d"clded strcneth and worked rap dlv richer tin til Julv rcarh-d K.Sftc all htreet sold at th start, but later lccam" a larce bu er of the stiTimer montKR 5-not cotton hou" and exnort interests bid for larje blocks of Maj and jun fStSUS 7 t!;??, Sd 'SSPfal bought in the local r'ng Profit-taking latr ent p-lccF ofT 4 to pilrts but earlv in the after noon the market agan exhibited bullish trndtm ci"s and advanced olnt bv point on n"rvou demand from thoroughlj alarmed shorts In the last hour th" whole list advnnrrd rapldlv w'th July up to 9.03c and Aug to f TaC Trading ws ver active with "Wall street bears prsumablj larg" buvers A jump of 27 points In New Or l"ans to 9 35c for Julj followed repons that ex porters a.td ep'nnerp .v"re buvlrg contracts as a hedze snalrst neded supp.lrs of actual cot ton The local market clod steady and re: 6 p,j nE ii. to JC po'nts hlghr Total Faies w"re ettimatea at 300 Oi) bnlf-s w 1th the new crops at tract lnc Tnn utlantlnh Vi-ii-i tin en tit lint iHt Vil ca- """ J s p. cannrR JL50fJ2 50 hulls 2.75 call's ' L'verpoil. May II fjjttori-Snot moderate bul- '"S" Texas f-d steera J5 TiOgG 8." Hogs-Re-tess done prices 1-321 higher: American mid- I "Ipl to-dav .14,0") to-mor.ow ..vXI. Ictt oiw dlinc fair 'i 7-16d. r"od middling 3 5.12d, mlddllni 5 l-22d. low middl'nr 4 15-16d. good ordlnar 4 13-lCd good ordinary 4 6-lsd The sales of the daj were 8 oco ba!--s of which I.00fi were for sp-culalioa and export, and Included 7 6ft) Amer ican Re-elpts 20 000 bales. Includ'nr 16 500 Amer iian Futures opened and cloned st-adj . Amer ican middling, g o c, Mav 4 3i-64d li . May June 4 CS 64d b . June-Juh 4 67 6-4 68-64-1 n.: July-Aug 4 56 64S4 57-64d b , Aug.-bept. 4 61-61d h rnt.-Oct. 4 35-6494 35-64d b Oc'-Noi. 4 27-61 m I8-64d , Nov -Dec 4 25-6464 I6-6d - . Dec Jan 4 -6464 23-64d s Jan.-Feb 4 I4-64d B New Orleans La May II. Cotr-n Futures rtendr; Maj 9 2029 23c June 9 54PI I5c, July 9.34 ft35c. Aug S(SaS9ac. Sept K2-S:4c. Oct 7 J8ff7 Sc Noi 7 77fi7 Tsr Dec 7.7787 7c. Jan 7 7-J7 Sic Si-nt cotton lir-n sals 4 Vf ordlnan 7c rood nrdlnarv IV. low- middling 8c. mid dling 9 3-lCc good middling 91-r. middling fair 10 1-lGc Receipts 1.564 stock 146.C75 LIVE STOCK MARKET. Native Receipts Tnlr Beef Cattle 1 Stead? Sheep Close I.o-ner. NATIVE CATTLE Ile-f bteerjRecelpti of cr-ttle In the natlie division were abcut the same as a week ago In number, but the ahare of dressed beef, snipping nnd export steers war not fo laige and the qualit did not aierage ae -rood thourh the top of was $7 li was the same. The demand was no-mal and the -nor-m-nt was fair with strength enough deelop-d to tale the supl Jill nt steady prices The clearance was good Butcher Cattle There was a fairly food run nf butche- Muff consisting of a de. eni representa tion of toppy hclf-rs and n larger n-oporllon of medium cr-we Tn- t2st klnus -e-e genemliv l-ady i.lth strung sir If but m-tilum wert- simv sale, but around steady "Betw-on" kinds of i-ows new the weakest icaiure oi m trad. Veals were steadj at Tuesday's best pness. w ril bulls were unchanred Represrntatllt sals: BEFF AND BFTCIIER STEERS NO, AV IT .O. A. AT 14 . 1173.. .36 SO 1!...1163...$7 Ol 15 . 976 6.10 1 . 851... b 53 E 720 .. S.ert 4. ..1143... Ca 2. ST0 . 4 35 5 Crl... 4 5) 1 780. . 4 eu leanings. 41 931 6 IS bOUTHEUN CATTLE Quarantine cattle ar rivals were 15 care and 440 head, against 26 cars and 519 head last Wedncsda) and II cars and 87 had two weeks ago. The entire pupply was from Texas, and consisted mainly of steers of fair quality, but included a few canning cows pnd some light rahes There wcr no bulls. Cnmpetltlon on the steers wa" good, and th. r.r-.r. . Ma,lM.. rilmaul nf at r-m- n ,1. ofie-ingB were readilv disposed of at strong to 15c higher alues The jards were well cleaned up. Representative sales innFETt-: No. Av Pr 780...S6JW 661. 5 25 1CC0... 5 00 635 .. 4 75 695... 4.70 . 610... 4 JO 637... 4 50 415.. 4 CO No. Av. Pr. 1.. 7S0...S5.T5 12.. TI... -1.80 I .. S3 .. 6 00 2... 825... 4 75 '... 715... 4-65 No Av. Pr. te C37...S6 01 1...1010... 5 51 6 . S3... 4 85 4 .. E5... 4 70 6... 631... 4 b.. 2... C10... 4.'0 3 L40... 4 6 1... 720... 3 7. y.. 1.. a... 1... 90... 4 CO S10... 4.50 2.. 33... 4.00 1 461... 3.50 1... r-0... 2.61 '"'cows." -1...11-0... 5 DO i...imo a.m 1 ..ISM 45 1...1370... 4 ti 1...1015... 4 0 1... mo... 40 12...9CI.. 4JS 1...1-SO..-4.2S MIXED. 16... 774... 50 BULLS. S...1270..-. M 6 630. 3.83 6... 522... 3 60 3... 563... 3.50 1... S70... 5.2S ...103... 4.75 1...1170... S. l...UO0. 4 CO "L..11S0... 4 B) 1... -HO 4 FO 2 :... 4 50 3... S26... 4.25 14... TT... 6.30 1.. JW... 4.75 1 53).. 1... CM.. , 360 , 3.5J ..131... S 00 ..1U5... 4 65 ..12S0... 4. i .. Sto 4 a) ..ITZO... 4 B) . MS... 4 61 . Ml... 4.47 .1120.., 4 J5 i... CI... 4.75 1...1470... 4.50 No Ar I-r. H 1357 $7.15 6 95 6 10 1 910 6 CO 2 700 5.50 11 72 4 12t FINANCIAL FINANCIAL. m EAT OIL BARGAIN I SP Stock at 5 RESERVE STOCK BY LETTER OR WIRE, OUR EXFENSE. 4 2C 4 U 3 7 i OH 14-.. 1 iii I44't '4s 4 -i "1 4 i 4 O l M.V 3.' ti.v i j 120 :j i - -i i' 4. IS 2 1.5 7 2T- . l.h h ly 136 ; if 12 .. P. s no 7 r . ! . i t 1 14-t " 2- 4 .. 7i-0 1 1 7 0 ltr 7 W HOGb The run of h ps wn about to eame n on Tuesdav in quantitv anu in qual tv tne did not aveias quite as good a- u&aai. 1 he dt-mand was not u.gent, c nq ert v the ma. Let opn d slow and uull Uuf r l sisted on a red ctifi" tn p-ic end fucered in e- tine tnir bojb 5ti IOl lower than rn Tue uav tter this U si ha a ben establirhcd business wad nio-r brisk bu at ho t.me durint; the dav was it what w-ou d i called an acme market T. e pip and lights especially tre lo-jr- pr de t ncs, t Id fob., ir rtt,ular and ve un-ut tfart rv i he t enei to be rr demand whaever frr thm Th" letter o srld in k rep tag with the medium and lieav hos The lat market wa -vtrj w ak, and the clearance cnlv tai Fair to god tieaw hoct. 230 lbs aera" and abot? fold t? wvti 45 medium wMctUe 1&0 to 220 lbs at 36 V7 th bulk at JG o1i7 IS. lijrrl 1?r to li' lbs rt "S27 10. th" bull' at S5 ?1& 7 l ngnt ngniF jw to iw ids at m .jij w tne nuiKii at jt zju t pigs urar iw lb . at J4 aiyG w hestvx culls a 53 f-$iC on rair to good mixt at So 7$5z7 oo Tne top was j" 4j and th hulk nf thf hor ahme ljt Irm b .Id at SS Mft 20 aKainst a tor or J7 4; and tli bulk at J5 "ow 7.2f' Tuesdai SHEEF A good liberal supplv rt heep tva on pale again The effer'nqs included a pood repre ntation of native s e p la nib- and eir lings also freral car of Texas oep The mar ket opn'd slow dull and t ns.d rablv lower than ct Tudav Fiif tn snod lamb- were ut-out 2Tc lovr. yt-lings were also in the neighborhood of 2it lov r, wpile sheep werr 24c tower The common grades vvte hlmost unsalable "vei rt the decline and trad'ng was not rj fcr k on the good ones. The tncKr market was not materlillv charged but buln-ss as g ow A snot nam sheep vre held over end & me cf therr diJ not so murh as even recve a lid HOKaEc There was a verv librral suppl ol horse? on the market ednesdav tht numbe amounting to about -i head Iuiic tb- fore noon th au"tlon was dclddlv a"tive, and about 27u had p3fd under th hammer The demand from th- East and frcn all other qa1--tirs was remarkabH cood for eve-v thing with Flze and qualitj but as has been the rae r centlr the eommrn and smati classes w - ery flcr The tore of the rrark,t was roiMderablv strong'- than the r.rt part of the week, and .fo-re- tnin a week ago Hrrsp qurtatlons Heavy drafi Ccramon to good. S12j3t3 choi" to ext-a SlcnaiFi Chunks, l.ia tr LCS ls Fair to good. Jfiotf?") good to choice SSVStlG Coach hors ami cob rrti" to good Sltffl7a, clioice to x'rn 52ir5'va. floret fo" tht nuth Small, light drivers, fair to gord. 520S4S cholc tn exta JS0Q Siuthe-n drvcr larg. SZZ"12Z I Expo-? chunks 1 : tn 1 r-0Q Its 11 a in to pood 575?f'i0 choice 10 extra SlOo'iTl) Business j drtvrsralr to good SSUO cholrr to extra. ' 512nfii150. ?addle-s for fouthrn usa pair to c"Md 57515) cholee to extra Sl(Wffn fancv galtcd anu N-w Yo-k -adders. S1SV7300 Inferlo- I horses Common small plugs. S2i$i20 heavy wo-k jil-- 'WHifl MUL.EP The receipts were a couple of carloads on the commission market and about 4 carbad3 to th dale-v. few other small bunch" were Inrlua d n th" run The marke continue on a oulet basis with a fair dmand from Eastern nnd Snutheas'em Ftate which is blng "asl filled f"Tim the supplies in the lunds of dealers However the comrieslnn receipts hav" im so small lateh that d-lTS have ben forced lf the cnuntrv for supid e Th outh-rn demand i still a verv unimportant factor in th move ment There have ber no ouatable c'ntr"s i valu-B since th" oprntng or The week Ss.l"snien nr" flndmc a et-ad market for what mul" h"ve r?n rcpo'ted Th" demand fn common mi.ls growi quieter each week nnd only the choice big animals ar" in activ" request Mule quotations (for broke mules. to 7 years 9'5. . .-ftMM 14 nanul, ezrcin. rancc ' "t ' ' 14-hands bulk ralf M ootr fd ( T5 iif 00 w ioriS w 14U hands, extreme ranee- 111 kAn. V,.lll r.0 anI.E l hands, extreme nince ji hand bnlk of fcal1 13 hands extreme ranc . 15 hands bulk uf fj!"s JK to lfix2 handF "xt-erie range 16 to 1CU harf'n bulk of sales 120 m'c; no The first are Qr nutarion- :r encr cuss is cal culated to rep-r'ent tbe full ranee from common J to extreme Ifalen.. however ott"n classUr fu- perls tive bunh-s (all tops) for buers, wh'cn frometlme sell considerably abor" the Irel.e! niinrntlnis Th -rnn1 Unp of nUotat'Dl Ficni- I pes the bulk of sales and cen"rallr repre-er.t I the ar1ous claims as thev Rr" o!d on th cum mtsslon market, more or less mixed. j Ily Telrgrrupli. J Kansap Cltv Mo . May 21 Cattle Ilereipt 4. I C5j natives 43fl lexann and 100 calve, best beevts steadv to stronc, others yteanv- to whade $ lower, choice expert and rtresM-beef ster S 5 10. lair to jtood j.ieh eu. stoKcrs ana rea--s WftiV. f"d Ustin J4 06 70 Texas and Indian ! AP1 JS2 ???? : !i. .U Jlirt) 6. native heuers S3 oOGt 5 canners Sl.ivjr . 2 to. bulls J3.i;r5 t" cahes J3 25&C t Hogs Receipts l0.ayi market weak to 10c lower mostly 1 5c liwcr. top J7 4. bulk of sal-s J77 3tl. heaw J?.4S7 4). mixed packers $7 10o7.3o. light !.5.- (r. 15 1 orkers J78 15 pigs 55 iSH;.k3. ther Receipts 4 20v steadj to weal lamlm lofloe lower- name lambj iZ 4ff7 15 Western lamls $o 67 20, natie wetherr Jj.30ff6 I.,. Western wethe-J J4 3fj5 15 fed ewes J4 75ii6 Texas clipped earllnfcs $5.505 95. Texas clipped s'leep XI qi tu. stotken. und fe ders $2.5014 1 Clwcaso Mai 21 Cattle RcelMs 17.0.TO in- I eluding lh)f Texans rteads t goKl lo prime ieers i J7ft7 Co iiocr to milium $- loG5 S5. stockers and feeders S2 75$7 10, cvs J1.W&6 15 he fers Ji-ToS" feeder JJ !& "WW. "Penea ojiii-c loner cioea mk nt iuu ehrlc btaty S" IOfl7 45 rough bea- J7C7 13, llcht 16 BJff7.05. bi.Ik of sales -6.93S7 10. Hrrep Recelpta I0 0"0. vcak and a shad- lower: lambs I'tc in zic lower, coou to cnoic- wciners n-7- -'i ' fair to choice mixed 53.23ff6, Vtestsrn sheep $5 30 (ft 6.25. natiic lambs clipped 35 IJSffi 93. Western steera slow and lOfflac lower, bul s and row steady to Idc rff steers S5.SioM7 lc. bului $3.50 670 cows $2.5041 4 C , a few cxt a Sl.75iZ5.25 ca bles slow and uncharged snlpme ts 3.CS0 quar ters of beef Calies Jteceipls f.57S, market I5S 50c lower- closed firm lels S4.5oC S7H extra $7 fanrj S7.37Vj b ttermi k UUt.1. c ti d e sed icals lower at JsJj'O 50 ixlra $11 Sheep and lambs Rere'pts 10,141 sheep alow ard weak lambs 13f!uc off except on extra prime latter Elead . spring lambs slow sheep, all clipped $4 r 5 75 choice $6 few expa-t ewes $ 50 cllpp-d lambs $5 507 4 cul t"5'5 25 woj ed lambs S7f(S spring lambs ST 5"B6 50 bj the bend $1 SOP 3.V Hoc Receipts 5 '75 fi-m at $7?' 30 St JoFenh Mo. May 21 CUfe Tie e'pa 1 410. steitd natlies $"..25Ti7 35 -cows and hel c-s l.r0Q' 6 TO eals $3 S05f6.3.i stoc, e-s and feeders $ 25 5.35, Hogs Rere'pts 8 52C a eadv 11-ht anl 'Iht mu mixed 16 soZii.-l: rre-'tum a 1 r-es.t 37. 5H. s1! pigs $4SC Sheejr Receipts 5X . 1013e liwer I-anltrj. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. New Tork. Maj 21 Liv Poultrv Receipts to-day we-e 8 cars "Western. 1. cars inulhweKt ern and a few encps by express. While the -.hops on the East SlTe were clos-d. the rioters haie acqu'seced in regard to poultry, and some, busl resj Is looked fo- late- in the week Ar-ii-al up to date are still in fi-st hands n-d markt finallv setled nt 13c on fowls and 8Uc on old roosters Turkevs uncharged Bucks and gec Flow Sprint- broilers ZttA lbs to pair. 90c? $1 M. do 2V-S3 lbs to pslr .Toe-Sic: f ow Is 13c old tonsters 84c. turke 10c iu"ks Western, pair -ri-e-soc. do. Southwestern T5g9rtc. plg.ns. pair KS40C Dress-d PouHn Receipts to-da 7C7 pkes The fresh recs'pts from Indiana were quite liberal, while there was also an Increase from other Nc-the-n sectloi e. but there was e-r little here from the outhwert. excepting Southern Iil'nols and Soutfcsn- lndinna The easy trne noted the last two -ays became more n-onnunee'l at the or-eMng this mo-nirg. and resulted in a d-cll-e of V-c per lb on fowls. The feeling agninst hig-i priee-j Is beo-nInr -o l;en.!n-i th-it the larr't supplv houses cla'm hat their orders are sn cu-lalled as to mnteriallv reduce th.lr iolum or buelnesR. Sspie -effort wis trade to bold fowls un to 53c. but buyrs would not concede 01 er 12i-.e on aierage lest We-itern. while 13c was reach'-l on snm- of the lnii""ri-rs. r,,i to ca-s nf fMnc dr lews fowls pack"! in bc---s. rrr- placed at a premium v-ri jew bouinwes-ern rowls on I the mn-ket. w'lb lH-c ton Tcn-md whll fair was not euflc'ent to alrsorh the --"c-lpts. anl several small lots we-e opsin at th close. A t few lot" of rtrv-olcked W--stern bmilrs orriied and -old at rswoc. wnlle "3- was dl'fi-ult tn ex ceed on seaHet. Fresh-klll'i tu-i'-'i-s ar-ivd rtuiti- freely a"d sold In -nod demand at strawy jil --c i.vu i,.-. ,1 , ,- 11 '.r-jjcje. n-! pnd Weste-n scalld r-lr-. tsi.-. ol(j ro3Ptc-s Snic Other quctatli-- un-lmnged j Ecirs. RETUPLIC PECI4.L. New ork May 21. Eggs Receipts to-daj 14.- I 4H cases The demand for fins ei-gs continued good, but evidently th" bulk, cf the stoik tint will be so accepted went Into st-re or was of fered only as storage packed, of which latter grading sales were made of car lots No-th-m Iowa at 174- On the regular packings of cur rent arrivals dealers had to contend with a quality of stock that showed an average loss of twa doxen a esse and mark rafts 'had to be lambs. cliPTea i..jin w iop lormioraoo ranis iieaumoni, xex . ilsy 21. The followlnr oil J7.50. Official jeste-daj'Recelpts Caal- 7.158. ' stocks we-e sold to-day Independence. 11 0 0 hogs 22,227 sheep 1.552 bhipments Cattle 1 3J. sh,-,. at 3.,c, M.. K i. T . 25v shares at 10c, hogs 1,i38, shep 2.190 Anrlo-Amerlcan 8,oi sia-es at lc: Dividend, New ork. May 21 B-ees Recelp's 2,91: 20 (1 share, at ic. Beaumont Oil Mineral. I Cents Per S 9 Gents on En :-; Will B e a Big FSSGIL AGENT.... P k iKGGRPORfiTOa. BUILDING. WEsaEiBiBgBgsaagB&ffisaBHra made In acc-dae Tanv April 5torings wre held ar 112t vttp atn p rat" aodrd wltn no pressure to sti Turtles and h cits were Arm wirj sam- receivers asking MgJvr rrieB F-eh ga herrU if otitis ci mark 14c Other quota tions ui.i hanged I'nlladelphia Alav 2i Eggs fi-m pood demand, Wp-tt r f-esb t d ?)Uthwesr-n ICtrlS'rc do. South' -n l'aU s 1n(-agu lias . Lrgs steads fresh 14c jcr doz Kansas "t Mo Mav 21 Eggs seady nev Nf - v nitewood caas inluid 13c cass returnee ISt Batter nnd Cliere. New York. May 21 Futte- Receipts 5 $S pkg3 , Pteaay. Stat- dairj IS'jaSlc. creamt . Sute I?is4f2ic. creamery, lmitat.oy. ivur-c fatrrr lilBtjC Cii"ese Receipts 2 4 j)kps Rteadj o ti-m fancv larf coined 17 -yt ian;.- large, white. IH-l. fancj tmak, new htae Jjfl c earn, colored, choice l4t , Iancj tmail. white, 124 c Chlct-co Slav 21 Ratter fi-m creameries 1S 22r ilairirs 17$! CfceiW weal. ll,j&12V I,hiUd"lphla Jllav 21 Rutter qui"t. trtnt-s lc lower extra Western crehm"ry 22lc N"w Yort fuh t r-am", irime small. n"v Uifeli'iC . da. lair to good llt-lic Dried Fruits. New- lork Slav 21 The evaporated rpplr mar ket continues ery firm, but with rr.e voLnis of bublneiH small, botl for jobb.ns arid expo X account in some instances notacs oi impu ten prade-s ar atkmr; ecn hlpnr than cuta.d nsuiTs nuoteu fctate, common to frood. tgii prim- s-,r.w cnoice i'J,'3: uuc rarer is 1 Inin"s gen"ral!v unchnnped. Etead er and nOt" ! lobbinp demand :.oted c- nw Santa Clara fruit, larc- sizes old fruit itlll irregular and lower to sell Apricots and teacnes steddv i.n i chanced and show no featu'e lruns Vc 1 Apncots hxs Vts4&l4r bogs I0S12c. Peaches, I peeled. liaiSc. uni-l'd t,,plK Turpentine aod Rosin. I Pavanah, Ga Ma 21 Turpentine firm 43c nos.n nrm Quot" A H r D Jl 20 E, J125, r Jl . G Jl 25 H Jl 1 Jl Z K 12 4. M, -.b. .. o , v o, w.w v v, S3 wrcs.tw The 3!etal ."rlarketh. New lc-k May 21 There was anoth"r active daj in copier at the New Vo-k M"tal Ex change The sales amounted to 2Tj0W piund", Including 10o(v pounds Lake fur Aur delivery at ili.Uc and l.i0 poands el-ctrubt.c in e;ual lots fo-Jun- Julv and Auc delivery at 12 - -c This together with an advance of Orf In the linden mark"t caused on improvement uf about He L-ik" i losed at 11 S7u.r to iZ CUc lect-o-litie at 12 3V to 12 3ic. casUng 12 lVpl2 35c. and standard for Fpot to Aug. delUerj at 11 S5 to 17c London closed at !". fcr Foot and futu es Tin wan "asie- hr" ht JSf' to S3J 05 and London was 15s lower with Fpnt at tlG Z and future? at 122 Is Lead ruled steadr h"e and un changed at S4 18 whi.e London Ftood at 11 12 Co f-plter wan unchanged at London, closing , at tlh 10 whereas th Nw Tork market was h.gor at J4.50&4 Cf The local Iron pr.ees w"-e cteadv with warrants nomiiuil No 1 found v NortlieT $& 50tif 5f No 2 found-v Northern $uy92f.S No 1 fiundrv Southern SlS.fi0fi 2 No 1 foundry Southern soft CIS o0K19 c0 Th f""ricn market we-e about stsady Glacyw clawed at 53s l(M and MIddlesboro at 43s. New Inrk Curb Market. RnrVBLK SPECIAL. New York. Slav 21 The curb market to-da opn"u st"ady in tcne. but with cjdlet dealings Trading was rostrlct-d, but In the late p-asion it ueveiop"d a broader aspect and p Icee showed timneF with some coed rallies The firmntss held during the rnidua and afternoon session. al thoug h tow ard the clo-e there was prortt taklng that shaded prices The close was fairly active tnd with a teadj tone, a reflected m fcnal quotations Tntfl t "-"uction9 were es timated at abcut ZO.CCb chares Ikij h.te uas vva iw. kji active Issue, with ralt-s of atut 6 6oO eharh at 2n2S. and 1.600 tlu-trs of General Carriage sold at 242i- and later back to S t'nit"d States Meel new fires hld at rfT,5V nnd later back to S5S lor about M bonds Five hundred share of Greene Con solidated Coppe- Fold at 26. Northern Securities told at lCOfflO-it, for 1.2--0 shares American Can preferred sold at 5a for 1 shares, and fcan I-rancisco TTactlcn preferred sold at SS-kfcW1,! !o- SCO shares, and S125.WW worth of the "suhs" sold at lui&lVl Standard Oil sold at C25P52S for K tham A sale of r shares of American El-vated Railroad clock vas maile on the curb to-dav at SI pe- "hare This was a c. eel tne of C points from jesterda price. American Elevated iUtllrrad stock sold nt J44 ,a per share on the curb on May Z and at 42 btd lat week iucar. New Tork. Mar 21 Surer Raw steady: fair reining fT.c. rentrifujral test. Ct.c molasses hucar IS", fined firm, crushed u.TCc: powdered 4 75c. grarulated 4.65c Molases stead New i origan 3.3jiiic New Orleans La . May 21 Sugar "teadv: open kettle 2US3 3-ltv- opn kttle centrifugal. !gr.,c centrifugal mellow v-t&i 1-lSc, seconds 28 3. 3-lCc Molas"e dull, centrifugal 6gISc ADV.WCC OP IIHAUJIOXT OIL. "' Contract Are Isr?iionIble Urai-?- Increnae in PrirrK. The advance in the market price from 2c to 25 a bbl for lleaurront oil is said by the agents tu b- due tr the cpeniis of trade with thousands i of lire plantations- uionc the Gulf Coast, prin- j cipalty In LoulMana and M.sslfslpil Great qjan- ! tiil-r of fuel are required to oierate the thresh- ers and oil is much cheaper than coal In that section I Many contracts hae also been made w'th the sugar planters, who requir fuel in the sugar re- l.nerles. The largest iiurcha-.-rs lalel. howeier, hale been the oil refineries which will begin op- eiatlons soon Mean-ihll- million-dollar reflnr- ies are gnln-r up jto rapidly, and the p-o-pectlie nemana to- the oil appears to be so large that ,u 1'iuuui.vi uir- Bin, huuui maivii fi u: cim- tracts for lurg-tim future delliery. ' Sharp in- t,es, in pric- are eiprrted Tbe best enrt:ract on reen-d tt Beaumont was -eported i esterdft It calls for about 3 OT0 0C0 I is to pav all tl' expens- of i Iping and loading. Bennmonf Oil Stock Sales. RET UBLIC SPECIAL. 1 100 shares at 7c: Gold Ea-le. 3.400 shares nt 10c Texas Weste-n, 4D shares al SI. 40, No. 1 oil, f. o b . 25c No. I oil 15c Shipments. 120 care, roakirg 3.051 cars for Maj H-mslon Oil Stock Sales. REPUBLIC bPEClAL. Hounon. Tex , May 21 The low price of stocks has been the caus- of cons dcrable con Mcrratli e huj Ing on tl e part of thos- whos falth in the belJ is not shaken by the many vagi!- rumors abroad nor the present weakneH In the -tocl: market Natu-al y. with a good part cf the activity extracted from the s.tu-i-ticn. prices will suffer, but the cousen atlve operators are taking advantage of this to 1'ad ,, on rtindard shares, bales Anglo-American, n'. UUniUMt.-: -Lr'a. 4, 41 If U) 1 BU 5.7W at Ic Ansio-Amrrican. 2 510 at IV. Gladys of Beaumont. iw- at.c. ie;ky bnarp -.mm at 3c, Ut.JlL.lo. 5(1 at 5c Federal Crude 5 at 3c. Forward Rerlucatinu, 3tl at S2.50. Inde pendence. Itit at Sc. Trenton Rock, l.Tno at 12c ."laid cf O-l-ans. 1 con at lc, and LM at Inic, International l.ro.) at Ic -llexillcnn "War Velernns Atljonra. REPUBLIC SPECIAL. Fort Vortlu Tex . Jlay 21. The Mexican War Veterans completed the work of the -e-fclon and adjourned. A telej-ram of greet inff and apnreciution was read from Presi dent Kooevelt and a suitable reply made thereto. A memorial ask'nu that Mexican Vi"ar pensions be made uniform at $12 via-" adopted, and a copy sent to the .President and Con-rrcss. airs. Arnold Parker, a daughter of Major Riplcv A. Arnold, who founded the cost at Fort Wonh. was pres ent. Only two members of Major Arnnl-Ts command are ill inc. Colonel Abe Harris. Fort Worth, and Lonzo rreeman. TVeath-r- ford The old officers were re-elected. After 1 the busine" via- concluded the dame- of 46 entertained tb veterans- the balance of the day. Grief Caused Snlcide. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Harrisburc. III.. May H. Mrs". Caroline Vi'illlford committed suicide at L-ilford to- ,1a.. t. - IqI. . nr n, aHnea r.r .,.. ,.1.1. .a T. UH .IJ ..blk.ll in v,UJi-r 111 11IU, illllllC. Jl a 15 beliei ed that the tracic death of her son. I who fa shot two ears as-o. followed by the death of her husband, recently, had un balanced htr mind. A few days ago. It Is Mated, she took exceptions to her daughter ltecp'np company with a vounjr man and attempted to shoot herself, but was pre tented by members of the family. Fire Laddies Resi-rn. RETUBLIC SPECIAL. Evansviile. ind.. lav n. The members of the Mount Vernon lire Department re signed last nif-fc: and to-nicht the city is without fire protection. Mayor Owen is making an effort to secure new members for the department. hare, ay 2Jffi, Dividend Payer Soon, SEND FOR PROSPECTUS GET THE FACTS." Oil Investors Journal. Tti tnitb nn( nothtn; but the 'ratn conr'-ninE the paumont (Wd and ntnr faou'hem olt fields. Accurate report n alt companies fre to ubcrb'rn. fr'iu Zti nth for tmu t-ial FUhcnptlnn Ad 4rM5 Oi Investors Ass n Deaur.wnt. "ex. Harrilns in Oil and Mining Mocks. Verde Grande 113 00 Go;a Shale :v.c Sam Hojston 4c Equitable j" shares or over 5e Ground F.oor SI 13 Volcano 4c G.obe Oil and Gold oc Lou slana Ilirchase . TEIK 1TTESTHEIT fO.. II HC cltdt Bnildiat. THE WEATHER. Official Forecast Announced To-Day and To-Morrow. for Va-hircton May 3 Fortran For Illtno j fchon ere on A thunderstorms Tliur da cooler in extrm southern portion. Iresh youth tvlrd. Fridai Jair For Missouri Show ers Thursday, cooler in southern portion rrida fair. Tor Kansas Show ers and warmer Thursday. Fridav fair .. . . , l, p"or West Texas Generally fair Thursday aha Tridaj Tur Eat Texas rartly cloudy Thur"daj . prob ablv shovrer in west portion, except on the. cot- Friday oartlr cloudy. freh nouth wlnili. J To- Oklahoma and Indian Territory Show - Thur-sdas Friday lair: warmer Fo- Arkana Probably showers and cooler Thursda. Friday, showers Loral Rrporx. St Louis. Wednesdaj . May 51, 1SK. Gw) a m. t.19 p m. ThrmDmeter. degrees T6 74 Humidity, degrera ... ... -ST i litrectlon ot vslnd -...S ?n Rain, inchest 0 38 Velocitv of wind 4 Wr-at'ner at tS c tn. clear; at 6:59 p m.. 'aiy. Maximum temjerature 50 degree-, minimum tem perature, 74 Ittxer 12.1 fet, n. 3. HYATT. ' Local lorecast O'.fLc.lLt GoTeroioent Report. Dpartirent of Agriculture, Weather Bureau. Metenrolocical observations received at St. Louis May n, lifCC, at G 59 p m local time and 8 p. m. seventj-fifth meridian time. Observation md at the same xtimcnt of time at all stations. Statloi Dr Tp M. li. Weather. Nev. York ..... 1'huadelpnia ASasbinton ..... Norfolk .. . . Charlotte Jacksonville . ... Atlanta . ... Montgomery Icksburs New Orleans . . Little Hock . . I'alestine . . .. Memphis rashille Chattanooga Luulsiille Indianapolis ..... Cincinnati 2'lttsburg Tl'orkersourg . . Hurralo Cleveland G-and Haen Maiquette ....... tCnlcaso Clea- Fair Cloudv. Oear Cloudy Fair tlear Fair Clear . few g: . 6 7.' .... 6a .. 70 74 .. 75 92 .... 7S : H M . .. ....bE E E SE XIV N m 9: bE M .. . b M .. scu s W NE . ...NE ko .. .NE 84 bW a 92 Clear Clear ts . Clear Clear Clear Clear Rain Fatr Clear Clear Cloudy w 9: .- 8S . ko s-i ... 84 M . t ti .. i: m .. .... IV bE bE 74 NE 4 NE 70 SB 70 SV 76 S 70 . 76 .. 70 . ... Clear . . Rain .10 Fair .... Clear .10 Cioudy . .. Clear .86 Cloudy .18 Cloudv .... Cloud Fair .31 Clear .... Fair .04 Rain .OS Cloudy .01 Fair Fair Clear i .66 Rain ' 8.1 SO 78 Duiuta .NE Dubuque .......S 75 ) SO 82 SO SI to 90 tDavenport SE bt i-aui tcoiurnbu" ...... tFort famlth .. fchreetort S E SE S6 90 .... s ss s; ...NW Co St S 74 M SE 74 94 15 M 2 ....SE 82 & N 62 86 ,ics Alpines . ' tSnrlnetield Tn ' -tj. ixjuls ..... Cairo Springfield Mo. IKansas city .. SOmaha , Huron liUmarck QlArpell-. Calgary ......... lare ...... Helena Rapid Citv ... North I'iatte ... Lanoer .. ... hejenne . .. Demer 1-ueblo Dodge city . Oklahoma tConcordla . ..S 64 a .31 Cljudy S, 70 75 .... Cloudy ... ..SW 72 74 Clesr 56 64 .40 Cloudy NW 48 4 .11 Rain NW 52 68 .56 Rain W 4S 48 .OS Rain . ...SW 70 . . Rain S M t! .... llaln W 64 5S .... Rain tV ti 58 .. Clear .... .NE 64 E? ...clear W 76 80 ... Clear .. .SB 72 1.10 Cloud- b 78 81 Clnudj- . ..SB 82 74 1.54 Rain I Abilene J t Vnatrillo ' o'rand Junction l kr1- T-k- El Paso - .. si w .. . ralr .. ..SE K (k Cloudy .. .SW 70 ii .05 air ...isW C2 65 .... Cioudy NW 68 60 04 Fair SW 66 72 .... Clear S 61 64 .. Oear NE 60 78 1.2-i Rain S.' 65 60 .. ralr bE 82 88 .02 Cloudy lnfall inappreciable. Valentine Santa Fe ... TlllChtta Moilena ban Antonio -indicates t tThunderstonns. R. J. HTATT. Local Forecast O.ficial. DID NOT RECOGNIZE THEM. Wanted to Have Union Labor City Officials Arrested. RErUBLIC EPECIAL. Ansonla Conn., May aDutlne th parade of the Governor's Foot Guard here to-day an Incident occurred which afforded much amusement for the hundreds of spec tatorp in front of the reviewing stand. The out-of-town (-nests were leaving their car riages, to take their places on the stand when Jud-re Heubcn H. Tucker of Ansonla. who rode proudly at their head on a hand some horse, perceived, with much surprise, that the benches were alreadj- occupied by men mostly In workinir clothes Th no. ....... . . 7 w v t . I --up-uns were tne members of the Board of ' Jiiuerm-n ana timer onicials. called Anson- an union labor admlntstratlnn. who had been invited lo the rpvlrwin-r Ktnnri Judge Tucker did not recognize the city fathers, and thinking; they were men from the crowd who wished positions of advan tage, called out: Here, you men, eet down from there:" Not a man stirred, but several smiled. "Say. do you hear?" the Judge shouted, waving his cane threatenlnKly. "l'ou m-n will huve to Lome down from there?" His words, havlnc no effect, the Judge showed rifrns of exasperation. Noticing; Sheriff Frecdman In the crowd. Judge Tucker, shouted to him in a voice of thun der: "Sheriff, clear those men oft the stand. If thev refuse to go lock trem up." Sheriff Freedman who had been an amused observer of the scene, said: "Oh. no. Judge." "Whv. what do jou mean?" thundered the JuJo- "Those men are member" of the Board of Aldermtn." replied Freedman. Judge Tucker gave one comprehensive glance at th stand He did not collapse, but rose lo the occasion like a gentleman. "Here." he tald, reaching into hi"- pocket nnd drawing out a bill, "get a box of cigars. It's up to me to treat Illinois Pharmacists. REPUBLIC SPECIAL Jacksonville. III.. May 2L -The delegates to the Illinois Pharmaceutical Association held but one buslnes --"-.sion to-day and that was devot-d to a revision of the con stitution and by-laws. Thomas V. Wooten of Chicago gave a report on the National Association of Druggist-,. The rerolutlon-i presented bv the committee -were adopted, and the contents of the resolutions' are sum marized in tho btatement that the National Pharmaceutical Association was indorsed in all points. This afternoon all dele gates anj roanv others witnessed a pro gramme given for their entertainment at the State School for -the Deaf. Thomas) Kno-bel. East St. Louis, waa announced this evening to be the -n-lnner In tho prlza -ar conteat. ' .- OSA. ais. . Jr -j V - W-taWi.-1-' , F i .!,'& (S J.P.--Xr,. .-ii--. Bfc36ii -j.-.. . WV,. M W i -vV g'TV-l- -K , - !-. SV- -.