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TIIE OMAITA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1903
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
All Products Enle Weak and 0!o9 Lower on
Eoard of Trad.
WHEAT BROKERS AWAIT CROP REPORT
Cra aad Oats Salter and Previsions
Are Also Affected Both by Liberal
11 oa; Receipts aad Orala
Coadltlons.
CHICAGO. Msy 11 The wheat market
a weak affair today, due to generally
besrish news, and July cloned c lower.
July corn waa ott c, wltn oats uown c
beptemher proviNlons closed Iron! luc to
Livyi lower.
'i railing In the wheat pit waa exceedingly
dull the greater part ot the session, many
operator being ulnpsed to remain quiet,
awaiting the issuance of the government
crop report. Heavy world's shipments anJ
feneral ralna throughout the southwest
ad a tendency to ueprees prices at the
start and July opened MjVeO lower at 72if
Tlc. I nder these Intluences there waa
quite general selling by commission houses
and local bears, and with little support tho
T.arket declined still further, July selling
vit to 72c. The decline whs temporarily
checked by buying through brokers by the
leading operators, but the absence ot any
outside business caused a bearish senti
ment In the pit. Late in the day a firmer
tone developed, July closing V lower at
72V. after selling down to 72gs72Hc. The
visible supply showed a decrease of
l.Oin.uoO bu., while the amount on passage
Increased l.lSo.OuO bu. Clearances ot wheat
and Hour were equal to 471,) bu. Primary
receipts were 4ot,fetU bu., against M8,;j00 a
year ago. Minneapolis and Duluth reported
recelpta of 10s cars, which, with local re
ceipts of 47 cars, none of contract grade,
made total receipts for the three points of
246 cars, against 278 last week and 264 a
year ago.
Corn was quiet .and while prices were,
fairly steady early in the session, the gen
eral dullness later resulted In an easier
feeling. There was scattered selling by
local traders on the Increased receipts and
no effort was made to support the market.
The weakness In wheat had a depressing
Influence late In the session and July closed
c. lower at 444c, after selling between
44V arid 46c . Ixcal receipts were 250 cars,
26 of contract grsde.
Oats were dull and eased off in sympathy
with other cereals. There was scattered
liquidation by smaller holders and the de
mand was limited. The feature early In
the day was buying of May by a prominent
commission house. While the sentiment
in the pit was divided, the majority of the
traders appeared timid, owing to the un
certainty of the crop prospect. Belling
pressure again became apparent, with com
mission houses on that side of the market.
There waa a little better support late In
the day. After ranging between 32c and
82e. July closed tye lower at S232Hc.
Local recelpta were 161 cars.
The weakness In grains and heavy re
celpta of hogs, with lower prices at the
yards, were mainly responsible for the
easier tone in provisions. The selling, how
ever, was not on a large scale and brokers,
supported to the acting for local packers,
took the larger part of the offerings. Clos
ing prlcea were lower on all products, Sep
tember pork being off 124c at $16.80, Sep
tember lard downline at $8.97H and rtba
Ko?124! lower at IS.lZVt.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: wheat.
P csrs; corn, 496 cars; oats, 220 cars; hogs,
15,000 head.
The leading future ranged as follows:
Articlea. Open.,1 Hlgh. Low. Close. Safy.
Wheat
May
July
Sept.
Corn
May July
Sept
Onto
May
July
Sept.
Pork
May July
Sept.
Lrd
May July
Sept.
Ribs
May
July
Sept.
7814 71, 7R4 7Ss
72H'fii72KS'73 , " 7?H 72, 724
71X5704 70S, 6934 70 "0,
44Hr 44 444 44Wi 444
447f45 45 44- 44 46
44V&4 , 444 44444 444 44H
364 SRH 85 35 S51t
324W4 24 32 S2324 324'!tH
294, 2WiT 29V4&H 29 29
18 50 18 50 18 80 18 60 18 624
17 10 17 10 17 00 17 00 17 20
16 624 1 624 16 60 16 60 16 724
8 824 "24 8 724
806 l 886 880 00
024 06 8 85 8 874 74
1 20 1 20 15 15 9 ?!4
274 30 t JO 224 324
8 224 174 8 174 8 30
No. J. "
Cash quotations were as follows:
FLOUR Dull and ateady; winter patent.
$3.50&'3.0; straights. 83.2003.40; spring pat
ents. (3 353-90; straights, $3.103.40; bakers,
12.30.F5.
WHEAT No. i spring. 7g80c; No. 8, 79c;
No. 1 red. 78.4a784'.
CORN-No. 2. 44c; No. 2 yellow, 46
464 c
OATS No. ?. 85e; No. white, 874c; No.
t white. 83Q35HO.
RYE No. 2. 60a.
BARLEY Good feeding, Tl340c; fair to
choice malting, 49r75c.
SEEDS No. 1 flax, $1.11; No. 1 northwest
ern. $1.16; prime timothy, 33.453.50; clover,
contract grade. 812.60.
PROVISIONS Mess pork. per bb $17,374
4T17.50. Lard, per 100 lbs.. $S.80S8 874. Short
ribs sides (loose), $9.10CT.20. Pry salted
shoulders (boxedV $1 3748.60. Short clear
rides (boxed), $9,624(69.75.
Following are the receipts and shipment
of flour and grain Saturday:
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, bbl 15.700 12.400
Wheat, bu 62.500 4M.4u0
Corn, bu 199.800 646,900
Oats. bu.. 200.100 831,000
Rve, bu 11.400 27.100
Barley, bu 43.000 J, 200
On the Produce exchange today the but
ter market was firm; creameries, 16021c;
dairies. 14VSlHc. Eggs, firm, at mark, cases
Included, 14SSHc. Cheese, steady, UWit
l4c
SEW YORK GENERAL MARKET.
was lower and weak, spot closing at $29 614
2s7e. Copper advanced ?s 6d In Lindoi.
closing at tci 6s and futures at M Is sd.
Locally copper was quiet and nominal at
$14.76 for lake, electrolytic and cas ng.
Lead declined Is 3d to 11 17 6d In London,
while locally It was quiet and unchanged
at $4 874. Spelter ruled stesdy at $5 75 In
the New York market but declined 6s In
Iondnn to 21 10s Iron closed st 62s d In
Olaj-gow, and at 47s 141 In Mlddleborongh.
IxK-ally Iron was quiet and unchanged.
No. 1 foundry, northern. Is quoted st
$21.754r22.I5; No. t foundry at $20.25fr260;
No. 1 foundry, southern, and No 1 foun
dry, southern, soft, at $21.0f81150. War
rants are nominal.
Qaotatton f the Pay oaVarloas
Commodities.
NEW YORK. May ll.-FLOUR Receipts,
24.169 bbla.; exports, 89,240 bbls; sales. lt,
60) bbls.; market dull but steady; winter
r stents. $3.7034.00; winter straights, $3.60
60; Minnesota patenta, $4.(Kn4.30; winter
extras, $2.NO?j-3.10; Minnesota bsktrs, $3.2n9
3 40; winter low gradea, $2.60l2. Rye
flour, steady; fair to good, $2 8 g3.20;
choice to fancy, $3.25(33.46.
CORNMEAL Quiet; yellow western,
$106: city, $1.04: Brandywlne, $3.4063.56.
RYE Quiet; No. 3 western, 694o. f. o. b.,
float; state, 6oiu9c. c. I. f.. New York.
BARLEY Dull; feeding, 61c, c. I. f.,
Buffalo; malting. 8285!c, c. I. f.. Buffalo.
WHEAT Receipts. S30.52" bu.; exports,
144.4i'i8 bu. Spot dull; No. 2 rei. 824c ele
vator; No. 1 red. 8.'4 f- o. b., afloat, No ,1
northern. Duluth, 8iVc. f. o. b.. afloat: No.
1 hard. Manitoba. 874c. f. o. b.. afloat, tt
waa an uneventful day In wheat owing to
uncertainty as to crop report figures, scat
tered liquidation following bearish crop
news, liberal recelpta snd a small vlxthle
supply decrease on supply decrease weak
ened prices and the close waa 4'o'4c net
lower. May. S2Vfi82o. closed 8'JWc: Julv.
77 6-168,77c. clo,ei 774c; September, 7(V3
iDHe. ciosea mc.
CORN Recelpta. 18.650 bu.: exports. 91.
47$ bu. Spot stesdy; No. . 634c, elevator,
and 53 f. o. b., afloat; No. 2 yellow, 65c; No.
$ white. 5jc. Option market wai dull and
vracttcallv nominal all dav. Mav broke im.
aer uquioaiion inn was nnsiiy yjQ nei 'ower
saalnst a net loss In July. May. o3roi4lVc
closed 53V; July. 614fi'flp, closed 614c;
Fepte-nber. sOi-liMHtc. closej 6t)4r.
OATS Receipts, 139.S01 bu ; exports, 1(0
pu. epo uuiei; io. i, "s-,c; standard
white, 4lc; o i, stvc: No. I white. 41c
iso. wnne. ovc; irsca mixeq western.
nominal : tram unite. 3Mg4tc. Option
quiet and easier; May cloe.l 41c.
II AY Dull; shipping. 7l1;5c; gool to
Choice. $1 .IS1 15. "
HOPS Quiet; state, common to choice.
r.1 crop, ii it .:c; i:u crop, 11x41 ikc.
- HIDES Steady; Oslveston. 20 to 15 lbs
lKc; California 21 to 25 lbs., 19c; Texas dry
24 to 90 lbs 14c.
LEATHER Steady; acid. 242S;-4e.
RICE Quiet: domestic, fair to extra,
7c; Japan, nominal.
PROVISIONS-Beef. dull; family, $1150
012 60; mess, $9 nrufi iti.n0; beef hams, $20.01 K
21.50; pscklnc. $10.604111.00: city extra India
mesa. $l.(hu?0oo Cut meats, quiet; rick
led bell'es. $2Mul0 76: Klried shoulders.
$9 00; rlckled hams, til 5'ilt00 Lard, easy;
western steamed. $9.20; renned. eiy; con
tinent, 19 4"; South America. $l0 2"i; c 'm
pound. $7 624f0'l. Pork, quiet: familv,
lis: short clear, $1S 504j 20.25; mess, $1S.2j4
18 75 1
TALLOW Dull; country packings, 1 1-4
ElUlS Receipts 16.0?2 pkgs. : weak; stmts
and Pennsylvania. 17i ; western storage
ps-Kd. 17c : western firsts, 16VwS'7c.
POll.TRY Firm; sprine rhtck-ns. 11
Jc; fowls. 134c: turkevs. UtMlc. Dresred:
Klrm: fowls, 14c: turkev, l&c.
B I'TT E R Receipt s, 4.4TJ pkgs.; market
very firm; extra creamerv. tic; nmmon
to cbolce. IR'ilWe: atata dairy. 17Jj!lc.
CHEESE Receipts. 1.028 pkgs.; tteadr:
State, full ceam. fancy, small, colored
and whit., old 13rl5c- larae, colored and
white, old. I4rl4n; Imall. colored and
wn new. 'V; lrge. colored and "his.
METAI 8 p't tin declined 6a to 13". lOt
and futures 7s M to 134 Pa 6d in the lx-n-don
market. Tha New York market alaj
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Coadltloa of Trado aad (saotatloa oa
Staple aad Faaey Prodoea.
KaOS Fresh stock, 13134c.
LIVE POl'LTRY Mn, 11c; roosters, ac
cording to age, fi'ij; turkeys, 13U16c; ducks,
lifllc; geese, wa io. . .
BUTTER Parking stock, 12124c; eholca
da'rv. In tubs, 15617c; separator, 2223c.
FRESH FISH rreen caugnt trnnt, rjf
1(: nlckerel. 6Hc: Dike. 11c: perch. 6c:
buffelo. 7c; blueflsh. lie', whlteflsh, 13c; sal
mon, lsc; nadfiocK, 11c; coonsn. lac; rea
snapper, 10c; lobsters, boiled, per lb., 27c;
lonstcrs, green, per id., bc; ouiineaas, iuc,
cstflsh, 14c; blsck bsss, lie; halibut, 11c;
shad roe, 3Ac each; roe shad, 7&c eacn.
BRAN Per ton, 15.
1-1 A "ViPrirm ftitnlmA bv Omiht Wbotesala
Dealers' association: Cnolce No. 1 upland.
I 60, No. 2, $8; medium, $7.50; coarse, $7.
Kye strsw, 16. These prices are ror nay or
good color and quality. Demand fair and
receipts light.
CORN 40c.
OATS 35c.
RYE No. 1 4T.e.
VEGETABLES.
POTATOE-Per bu., JKxgno.
NEW POTATOES Southern, per lb.. 44o:
per bbl.,- $7.KI.
mew uakkhth Per ooien buncnes, 400.
LETTUCE Per dosen bunches, 46Qe.
BEETS New southern. ber dozen
bunches 45c; old, per bu., 40c
PAKB.MPtt Per bu., 300.
CUCUMBERS Hothouse, eer doa.. I1.2&H
1.50.
GREEN ONIONS Southern, cer dosen
bunches, 45c; home grown, 1245I5c ,
KAUlSHbS southern, cer doxen bunches.
301 ?6c; home grown. 20c.
TURNIPS Canada rutabaaas. tier lb..
14c; new southern, per dosen bunches, 60a.
unjuiNo-Kea Wisconsin, per id., ic;
white per lb., 14c.
SPINACH Home crown, ner bu. basket.
NAVY BEANS Per bu., $3.(0.
BEANS Wax. per bu. box. $4: strlna. '
per bu. box, $3.00a3.60,
CABBAGE Holland seed, per lb., 24c;
new California, per lb., 23
TOMATOES New Florida, per 6-basket
crate. $4.004.60.
RHCBAHB Per lb., lo.
ASPARAGUS Per dosen bunches, 75
FRUITS.
STRAWBERRIES Texas and Arkansaa.
per 24-quart case, $2.
TROPICAL FRUITS.
FIC3S California, cer 10-round cartons.
80c; Turkish, per 35-pound box, 1418o.
ORANGES California navels, fancy, for
176 and smaller sizes $3.50&X75; for 150 and
larger sizes, $3.25; cnolce. $3.003.50; Medi
terranean sweets, $3; sweet Java. $3.
uimwwb-California rancy, $3.26.
lb., Cc; per case 0 30-pound pkgs., $2.26.
i-lAEiAl'f L,K CUDan, 63.6013.76.
MISCELLANEOUS.
MAPLE SUGAR Ohio, per lb., 10c
POPCOFN-Per lb., 2c; shelled, 4c.
HIDES No. 1 green. 64c: No. $ green.
(4c; No. 1 salted. 74c; No. 1 salted, CVc;
jo. 1 veai can, 1 10 u ids., S'ic; imo. 1
veal calf. 12 to 15 lbs.. 6Mc: dry salted
hides, 8012c; sheep pelts, 25 75c; horsehldea,
$1.5(Kh2 60.
in ltd-walnuts, iso. 1 ort neii, per lb.,
16o; hard shell, per lb., 14c: No. 2 soft shell,
-er lb., 13c- No. 2 hard shell, per lb., 12c;
Brazils, per lb., 12c; filberts, per lb., 12c;
clmonds, soft shell, per id., lttc; hard shell,
per lb., l&c; pecans, large, per lb., 124c;
mall, per lb., 11c; cocoanuts, per doa., 61c;
ehestnuts, per lb., 10c; peanuts, per lb.,
4c; roasted peanuts, per lb., 7c; black
walnuts, per bu., $1; hickory nuts, per bu.,
$1.60; cocoanuts, per 100, $5.
OLD METALS. ETC. A. B. Alplrn quotes
the following prices: Iron, country mixed,
per ton, $11; iron, stove plate, per ton, $S;
-opper per lb., 84c; brass, oeavy, per
lb., 84c; brass, light, per lb., 64c; ad,
per lb., 3c; sine, per lb., 24c
WEARR GRAIX COMPAHY.
Omaha Branch HO-111 Board of Trade
Balldlngc. -
CHICAGO. May U. WHEAT Haa bean
considerable selling, induced by the spring
like weather and this ha caused a rather
bearish feeling. Market has been narrow
and everybody Inclined to wait tho pub
lication 01 government igures cms aiter
noon. English cables were about un
changed, but Paris waa 1 to 140 up. World'
shipments were large, 10,922,000 bu., and
there wa an increase on passsga of
1,148,000. The decrease In the visible was
1.010,000, which was considerable less than
expected and about, one-third of last year.
Clearances were 477,000 bu. New York re-
?orts twenty-five loads taken for export,
'rlmary receipts, 409.000 bu. against 30,
000 bu. last year: primary shipments, 608,
000 bu. against 6'J5,flO0 bu. last year. North
west receipts. 203 cars against 262 last year.
Local receipts, 47 cars, with none contract;
estimate for tomorrow, 35 cars. It waa
assumed wheat condition for May would
drop about five points rrom the April con
dition and show about 92 points. The
northwest market were strong.
CORN Was firm early, but the first
prices proved to be the best ones. Trsde
was small and market wa Influenced by
the weakness In wheat, and also by the
liberal estlmste for Tuesdsv of 496 cars.
Local receipts, 250 cars, with 26 contract;
clearancea were 208.000 bu. New York re
ports seven losds taken for exrtort. The
sample market waa lie lower. There was
some Inqtilry from the east, but price
were nut of line, but little business done.
The vlslhle decrease waa 249.(00 bu. The
local stock.' 1.774,000 bu.; decreased 444.000
bu. World' shlnments, 8,784,000. On paa
sare Increased 836.000 bu.
OATS Market ha been quiet snd prices
have yielded some. Locsl receipts. 161
csrs, with 18 contract; eatlmate for Tues
day. 220 cars. Clearances. 11.000 bu. New
York reports 80.000 bu. taken for export.
The cash market was lower. The vis
ihle Increased 76.000 nil. snd the local stock
873,000 bu.. decreased 45,000 bu. Shipments
of oats were 333,000 bu. A feature haa been
the Increased demand for September
throneh "i-rlsalon houses.
PROVISIONS Market onened easv. The
weakness In lard wa caused by llnulds
tlcn. The cash densnd Is still poor. Bsrlr
offerings were light. There were 42.0O0
horn market opened active snd week,
price in- lower. Averse weight for the
week ?2 lbs. egelnst I lbs. lsst week
and 217 lbs. last yar. Estl-Mtes for to
morrow. H.Ocft bead. Hogs tn the west
todv, 3 bead eceinst 63.000 head last
week and M d tst. nr.
WEARE GRAIN COMPANY.
t. Loala Grala aad Provision.
ST. LOUIS. May 11. Close WHEAT
lower; No. 2 red. cash elevator, il-c;
track, 74c: May, 714c; Judy, Stie: Septem
ber, 67Wi?i67c; No. 3 hard. 71i744c.
CORN Lower; No. 2 cash. 43c, nominal;
track. 4Mi4o4c: May, 43c; July, 41S341c;
September, 414c.
OATS Lower; track. 844c: July, 81 4e;
September, 29c, nominal; No. $ white,
SS-riSRUc.
RYE Steady. 484c-.
FLOUR 8teadv. Red winter na tents.
13 40(3.65; extra fancy and straight, $3.1031
3.43.
SEED Tlmothv, nominally, $297.40.
CORNMEAL Steadv. $1.30.
BR AN Firm. Sacked, east track. 6MrT0e.
HAY Firm. Timothy, $9.0O15.50; prairie,
$7.fli "fill. 00.
IRON COTTON TIES $1.06.
B A O O I N G (, 4c.
HEMP TWINE Sc.
PROVISIONS Iower: standard mess.
jobbing. $11.50. Ird. lower; $8.56. Dry salt
meats Lower: boxed, extra shorts, $9.25;
clear rina. fs.au
lower
ribs. $10
LEAD Dull. $4 17'4.
SPELTER Firm. $6 40S 60.
POULTRY Quiet: chickens.
springs. 16923c; turkeys, 11c; duck, lie;
geese. 4Wks.
BUTTER Slow; creamery, 16321o; dairy,
1JT1C.
EGGS-Higher. 134c.
Receipt. Shipments.
9.000 t ono
64.0iO MOV
99.000 62.000
90,000 28.000
Kansas City Grain aad Provisions.
lApAa v 1 1 x, .Tiny - 1 1 r. n 1 m&y,
657ia6t: July. 624ifit;24c: cash. No. $ hard.
Jvfio!c; No 3, 6tiQ'j64c: No. 4. l63c; re
jected, ftjyo'c; mo. 1 rea, ; no. z, tyQ.c.
CORN May, Sc; July, 374&37V; cash.
No! $, 4t40c; No. $ white. '4c; No. i
wnne. siomc
RYE No. 2. 454c
HAY-Cholce timothy. $11751813.00; choice
prslne $10.00.
BUTTER Creamery, 17030c; dairy, fancy.
11c
EGGS Fresh, 124o
ivuwrr; Dukca. rim nnoni, W.2D;
lbs. $9.50; short clears, $9 624. Bacon
boxed, extra shorts. $10.2s; clear
I.60! short clears, $10.70.
164e ;
7Sc: No. I northern, 7Tc; No. I northern,
77'fl77He.
FlAtVn First patents, $4.1fi4T4.25: scond
pstents, $4.06104.16: first clears, $3.0va3.10;
econd clear, $2 452.60.
BRAN In bulk. $l2.0(iri2.oO.
Philadelphia Prodneo Market.
PHILADELPHIA. May 11. BUTTER
Steady; fair demand; extra western cream
ery. 224c; extra nearby prints. 23c
EGGS Firm; good demand: fresh nesrby,
16c, at the mark; fresh wetern. l4ti'164c.;
southwestern, 16c; southern, LVainc.
CHEESE Firm but quiet: old New York
full cream, choice, small, 14441 15c; fair to
good, 14144c; choice, large, 14e; fair to
good, 14c; New York full creams, best,
lic; fair to good, 12&124C
Liverpool Grain and Provisions.
LIVERPOOL. Msy 11. WHEAT-Spot.
steady: No. $ red western, winter, 6e34d;
No. 1 northern, spring, 6s M; No. 1 Cali
fornia, 6 84d. Futures, steady; May, 6
S4d; July. 6s 44d.
CORN Spot, American mixed, new, firm
at 4s84d; old. quiet at 5 3d. Futures,
quiet; May, 4s 6d; June, 4s d; July, 4s 4Sd.
Mllwnakee Grala Market.
MILWAUKEE. May 11. WHEAT
Higher. Close: No. 1 northern. 814e; No.
8 northern, 784ff04c- July, 77Hc asked.
RYE Firm. No. 1. 624&f13c.
BARLEY Lower. No. i, 5869c; sample,
40UiM4c.
CORN-July, 44c bid.
Peoria Market.
PEORIA, May 11. CORN Firm; No. 8,
444c; No. 8, 434c
OATS Steady; No. I white, 83c; No. 4
white, S146324e.
WHISKY-$1.30.
Dnlnth Grain Market.
DULUTH. May 11. WHEAT To arrive:
No. 1 hard, 8040; No. 1 northern, 784c; May,
No. 1 hard. 79c; July. 779ic
OATS-May, 834C
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS.
London Baying; Help) Prices Tempor
arily, bat dpeealat Ions Are Quiet.
NEW YORK, May 11. Today stock
market showed no signs of a revival of
speculative interest, 'lhere was an upward
tendency during the first hour which was
helped by the buying of a small number
of stocks for London account. The Lon
don money market 1 still tied up with the
subscriptions to tne Transvaal loan, or
with the 8 per cent. Of the subscriptions
which was required to accompany the ap
plication. As fsst as the .allotments can
be determined the excess from over sub
scriptions of this 3 per cent will be re
turned to subscriber and this Is expected
to effect a marked relaxation In the Lon
don money market. Sterling exchange
here, however, held firm today and Its de
cline in part left the way open for an
export of gold here to that point. Conse
quently $1,j00,000 was engaged to go out
tomorrow. It was allowed to be under
stood that $500,000 In gold will go to South
America during the week. This news was
followed by a decline In the price of stocks,
although It had oeen quite generally ex
pected. That the decline waa due partly
to short selling was demonstrated by the
recovery late in the day when the short
began to cover. They did this in the ap
prehension that the monthly crop report to
be given out by the agricultural depart
ment this afternoon would not show as
large a deterioration for winter wneai iron,
the almost perfect condition of April 1, as
ha been feared since the cold wave in the
last week of April. This covering move
ment was again interrupted by sharp sell
ing at tne last ana ins nurui i-iuoru
easy. Some special innuences were
work during the day. A strong upward
movement in Illinois Central reaulted from
a large buying order from a single firm,
which was ostensibly based on rumor that
the dividend is to De lncreaseu. 1110
strength of Amalgamated Copper was due
to the active demand for the metal in the
London market. Brooklyn transit had the
benefit of yesterday very heavy seaside
traffic There waa continued accumulation
of Missouri Pacific and of the National
Railroad of Mexico stocks by the same
Interests which have been especially con
spicuous In those properties for some tUiie
... H.ith.m Pacific suffered from the
reports of a Btrike on the system, but re
covered later, when it was alleged that the
workmen were still at their places. A drop
of three points in Meiropoiii.ii
was attributed to an unwillingness on the
part of the holders to pay the second sub
scription of 25 per cent which has been
called. Report of labor trouble on the
Mobile tt Ohio and the Great Northern
served to keep alive the general appre
hension which is felt over the growth of
uch troubles. There were some large 1 of
ferings Of United oiaies mrei v..-...
-i.H I sharo break In the price of the
bonds, "when Issued." on the curb market.
The unfavorable view taken on Saturday
of the loan expansion of the banks seemed
understood" that the Increase wa. due to
the shifting of debts due to foreigner,
tne "'" ,-- throughout. An
example wa. offered by the fact that there
wa no alo ot .ugar until the final hour
of the market Trans-
The prices 01 umu " " j",' . ,
actions last week showed a decrease of 42
r cent compared with those of the cor-
rzrj.r united
State bond were all unchanged.
The following are tne quouuvu. u w
New York Btoca cut!..-
Flour, bbl
Wheat, bu
Corn, bu
Oat, bu
Recelnta ShlDments
fci.rtO 4r.6f0
11 t1t 61.200
19.OU0 9.0u0
Wheat, bu
Corn, bu ,
Oats, bu
Minneapolis Wheat, fleer nnd Bran
MINNEAPOLIS. May 11 WH EAT
Cash. 7Sc; May, Hc; July. 76'c; oa
traek. No. 1 hard, TiVi No. i northern.
9J4
....1324
.... 714
.... 44
.... 4
....
.. K
.. 7J
.. 11
,.ll
.. 1
.. 5
.. 1
.. 23
.. 4
.. 4
..17T4
..J814
.. 4
.. 644
.. Zo
.. 484
'.. 414
. .186
..11)04
.. 94
,1
Atchison - J
So p!
..7ir. A Ohio.... 1
do pia
r..illu Pselne
Canada Soutnara .
Chs. Ohio
Chicago Altos..
do pf4
Chlcaso Ot. w.
do l pi
do 14 pf4.."-'
micaso N. w.
Chlcagif T. T...
do pia
C. C. C.
Colo. Southern ...
do M P,a
do M P'4
D!a- m Huaaon..
Pais.. U W....
Danver A R- 0 -
do pm
Brio 1
do in pio
de id Pli '
Ot. Nor. pfa
Hocking vsiiey ..
An nfd ........
Illlnola fontral 14
Iowa central .
do pro
US W
do pi
Louis. A Naah.
Manhattas t, ...
Met. St. Ry....
Uax. rantrsl ...
Mox. National ..
Minn. A St. U .
Mlaaourl PaclBo
M .. K. T
do pfa
N. J. Contra!...
N. Y. Central...
Nor. A Waat....
do pfa
Ontario A W....
yaenayivanis ...
Reading
do lat pfd ...
do Id ptd ...
St. L. A 8 F...
do lat p'd ...
do id ptd...,
St. U S. W
do pfd
L Paul
do pfd
8utbora Pad As
Southern Railway ,
do pfd
Taxas A Pacific
T.. 81. L. A W
dd pfd ,
Union PactBo
do pfd
Wabaah
do pfd
W. A L. E
do id pfd ,
Wis. I'antral
do pfd
Adams Kiproas ....
Amr. Evpreao ....
U. 8. Bipraaa.
. K4
.
. t'
. Jf
. 424
.
.
. 41
. 134
. 44
.
. 414
.i
.126
Walla-Fargo Ex too
. W4
... CO
... 40
...106
...11
...1414
...132
... T7a
... 52
... M
...1114
... 344
... I.7S
...170
...130H
... 71
... M
... i'4
...130
... 444
... 44
... 44
- SN
... T
... S
... 3'4
.,.161
...mv
... 444
Amal. Coppar 644
Amar. C. st T 3
do pfd 114
Amer. Lin. Oil lh1
do pfd 41
'Amer. 8. A R 404
do pfd K4
Ana. Mm. Co 104
Brk. Rap. Tr 64
Colo. F. A 1 46
Con. 0a tot
Con. Tob. ptd Ill
General Eleotlio ,...1MH4
Hocking Coal ....... 14
lnt'n'l Paper 17
do pfd 70
lnt'n'l Power !
Laclede Gas 47
National Blaculf .... 41
National Lead 204
No. American 44
Pacific Coast M
PaclOo Mall SI
People's Gas 104
Preaaed Bleel Car... i4
do pfd .... ti't
runman rai. iar....in
Republic Bleel
do pfd
Sugar
Tenn. C. A I
U. 8. Leather
do pfd
I). 8. Rubber
do pfd
U. 8. Steel
do pfd
Western Union
Am. Locomotive ..
do pfd
K. C. Southern....
da pfd
Rock Ulend
da ptd
184i
. 4:
. 13
. & '4
. 14
. kt
. i44
. 44s,
. Xn'
. 24
.
. 3v4
:
..104 IHocklng Vsl. 4 Ha...
..1U4 L. A N. unl. 4a
,.14'4 ku. Central 4a....,
..10T' do lat Inc
..lloVMtan. A St. U 4a..
..1.64IIM.. K. A T. 4a
New York Money Market.
NEW YORK. May ll.-PRIMB MER
CANTILE PAPER 441164 per cent.
STERLING EXCHANGE Firm at (4
4 8 for demand and at t4.S4X647 4.S5 for 40
days: posted ratea, $4 854ia4.8S4ftf4.89; com
mercial bills. 14.8444.84.
SILVER Bar, 54c; Mexican dollars. 4?c.
BONDS Government, steady; railroad.
Irregular.
The closing quotation on bond are as
follows:
U- I. ret. 9a. re.
do eoupon ......
do is. reg
do coupon
do sew 4a. re.,
do eoupoa ,
da eld 4a. re...
do eoupon
do 6a. rog
do coupon ......
Atrblaon gea. 4c.
4e adj. 4s
Bel. Okie 4s...
do Haa ,
do conv. 4o....,
Caneda I,, la
C. ot O. 4e
do 1st Inc
C. A O. 4VM
C. A A. I4e
C. B. A Q. a. 4s
C. M. A 8. P. g 4i
C. A N. W. cos. 7a
C, R. I. A P. 4s..
C C C A Bt L g. 4s
rtlcag Tor. 4s....
1 010. m so. ea
D. A R. G 4a
Clio prior Ilea 4a...
do general 4s
r. W. A D. C. la..
Bid. Offered
..liot
..in
..lulV,
..103V,
1S
do is
N. Y. C. g. lva .
N. J. C. gen. to...,
No. Pacific 4a ,
do la
N. A W.
.10l"Resdlng gea.
?.- V- - "
..101
..104,
..loala
.. 71
..104
.. t7Vy
.110
.Ui.a
.1U4
l-4
hi. l. a g r
St. L. 8. W. la ...
do la ,
So. PaclSe 4a ,
So. Hallway to
Teiaa A Pacific la.
T . St. L. A W. 4a
Union Pacific 4a
do cost. 4s
Wahaah la
do deb. B
i West Shore 4e...
A U 4a ..
Wta. Central 4a..
tCon. Tob. 4a
..110Cola. Fuol to
.1074
.lll
. 7
. lVi
.10014
. M4
. II
.101
.133
. 71
. r
i
4
. 44
. 41
. WV4
.1114
.lie
. 7SV,
.1024,
'
.110 S
.107
. 14
.114
. 41
. I4
. 4! ,
. 464
lied, partly owing to the Idea that some
of the returned Transvaal losn spplleatlon
money will be Invested In other high-class
securities. A portion of this Improvement
wms subsequently Inst, but the market con
dition closed with an Improvement. Amer
icans opened week on the poor bank state
ment, Improved later to above parity, be
came almost stagnant and cloeed steady.
Orsnd Trunk was firm on the traffic In
crease. Rio tlntos were strong, on the
hrd"nlng of copper, due to a report of
German buying. The msnsgement of the
Bank of England later In the day an
nounced that there h.td been I15.4O0 appli
cations for allotment of the Transvsal
losn. the aggregate amount being $6,870,
Oon.OflO. The amn'int of bullion tsken Into the
Punk of England on balance today wa
73.000 sterling. x
PARI8. May 11. Stocks opened stronger
on the bourse tndsv. owing to resssuring
advices regarding the threatened foreign
complications. Rentes advanced snd the
tone of the market was good throughout,
though toward the close there ws a slight
reaction. The private rates of discount
wns 24.
Three per rent rentes. 97f 80c for the ac
count: exchanges on London, 26f 174e for
Checks.
P.ERLTV, May 11. Prices on the bourse
today were somewhat firmer. Money on
cn 11 wns quoted st S4 per cent.
Exchange on London, 20m 4R4pfg8. for
checks.
Boston Stock floatation.
BOSTON. May I1.-Call loans, JtfM per
cent; time loans, 44(86 per cent. Official
closing prices on stocks and bonds:
Atchison 4a W, Amalgamated 44
Bingham
calumet Heels. ...41
Mex. Central 4s T7
Atchlaon T9Va
do pfd 47
Bonon A Albany-...264
Boaton A Me...
Boston fclevated
.176
Centennial
Copper Range ..
Dominion Coal
.US' Franklin
N. V., N. H. A H..104 lele Rorale ...
Kltrbburg pfd 1404 Mohawk
XI Old Dominion
I'nion Pacific
Mrl. Central ...
Amor. Sugar ...
do pfd .......
Amer. T. A T...
Pom. I. A
General Electric
Man. Electric ..
do pid
United Prult
U. 8. Steel
do pfd
Adventure
Allouea
.... i7l
....1J8V
....121
,..,IMU
24!
Oaceoli
Parrot
Qulncy
Santa Fa Coppar.
Tamarack
..141 jTrlmnuntaln .
.. 31 Trlnlty
.. 17 V, United State
..1044 Vtah
.. 14 ' I Victoria
.. 84 I Winona
.. Wolverine ...
.. 7 lOnlr West ...
24
.... 44
....1084
.... lov
.... 10
.... 414
14
.... 47
.... 34
....Hi
.... a
....140
.... 41
.... 4H
.... 444
....
.... 44
.... 114
.... 71
.... 474
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET
Cattle Trado Eatber Blow, but Prices Ee
mtined About Steady.
HOGS SOLD FIVE TO TEN CENTS LOWER
C MMMH
Moderate Ron of Sheep nnd Lambs
and Market Haled Acttre oa
Good Stat wltk Price
Fally Steady.
SOUTH OMAHA, May 11.
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Oinclal Monday 2.4M7 b.:S2 3.1.8
Same day last week 4.M9 6. (118 i.l'U
Kama week before S.iU 5,Kjy i.iw,
8a me three weeks ago 4.Sftl 4.4 t.ilb
Same foifr weeks ago i.4Nj t.bVf M'M
Same day laat year 1.813 S.KiO S.7U7
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATE.
The following table show the receipts of
cattle, hog and sheep at Souin Omana for
the year to date, and comparisons with last
year:
1903.
Cattle 14S.8J1
Hogs mi,tJ3
Hneep 4V7,0U
Average trice ualu
Omana lor tne last several day with com
parisons:
Inc.
bD.i.li
Dec.
1902.
2i8.096
fwtt.lf
SJ1.4S4 146.648
lor liugs at South
U7.53J
Date. 1901. lS(i.lWl.1900.189..:iS9S.il897.
London Stock Market.
LONDON. April 9. Closing quotations:
Conaola, money it Ne York Central. ,.H4'4
.42 4-14 Norfolk A Westers... 71i
Foreign Financial.
LONDON. May 11. Money was scarce In
the market today in connection with the
Transvaal loan. uiscounts consequently
were aulet. On the Block exchange busi
ness wjs Inactive, everybody awaiting the
Transvaal losn sllotments. At th cluse
of business it was rumored that the arjill
rations amounted to lo.rH6.0ii0.UCO. The tone
of the iparast was cheerful. Consols ral-
do pfd .
Ontario A Wealern..
PennayWanla
Rand Mlnea
Reading
do lat pfd
do id pfd
41
40H
704
im
4
4
44
Southern Railway.... 44
44
44
do account...
Anaconda e
Atchlaon 44
do pfd loo
Baltimore A Ohio M4
Canadian Pacific, JJt
Cheaepeake A Ohio.. 4i
Chicago U. W ids
C, M. A St. P 164V.
DeBeera tl
Denver A R. 0 344
do pfd n-4
Erie MSt
do lat pfd 70
do M pfd 3,
Illlnola Central 141 St
Loulavllle A Nah...l20
M . K. A T M'-'
BAR SILVER Steady ; 2416-16d per ounce.
MONEY 34 fa 4 per cent. The rate of
discount in the open market for short bills
Is 34 per cent and for three months' bills
is 24 per cent.
do pfd.
Southern Pacific.
L'nion Pacific ii:
ao pia
United States Steal.. 4
do pfd 41
Wabaah ithi
do pfd 44
New York Mining notations.
NEW YORK, May ll.-The following are
the quotation on the New York Stock exchange:
Adams Con
Alice
Breeco
Brunawlck Con
Cometock Tunnel...
Con. Cel. A Vs
Horn Silver
Iron Sliver ..'
Leadvllle Con........
Bid. Asked.
. to
. i&
. 20
. 4
44'
.iro
.100
.125
. i
Little Chief ...
Ontario .......
Ophlr
"Phoenix ,
Potoel
Savage ,
Sierra Nevada
imall Hopes ..
Itandard ,
. I
.140
. 4
. 16
. 18
. 44
. 40
.240
Cotton Market.
NEW ORLEANS, May U. COTTON
Flrm; sales, 2.450 bales; ordinary, 9 l-16c;
good ordinary; 99-16c; low middling, 10B-lc;
middling, 11 1-lSc; good middling, 114c: mid
dling fair, 12o-16c; receipts, 3,679 bales;
stock, 97,368 bales. Futures, steady; May,
11.31c, bid; June. 11.41c, bid; July, 11.65(
11.66c; August, 10. 91 10. 92c; September, 9."(j)
9.81c; October, 9.87a9.88o; November, &.74(op
8.75c; December, 8.i4ig&.75c.
NEW YORK, May 1L COTTON Opened
excited at an advance of 5323 iilnts and
throughout the session ruled very active
and at times showing sensational strength
under what amounted. tot practically a panic
of nearby shorts. The .Initial advance was
largely due to the strength at Liverpool,
which at the time ot the local opening
reached an advance of 4ifll points. This
showing, the advance of 10 points for spot
in the English market and a further ex
hibition of firmness t on the part of the
New Orleans market,, brought about active
covering by snorts. Right after the call
May sold up to 11.15c, July tov10.5rtc, Au
gust to 10.21c and September to 9.44o. this
being an advance of 1624 points over the
close of Saturday. Then there was a re
leasing movement from the bull clique,
while commission houses were taking pro
fits, and prices eased off to a level net
SffilO points higher, as compared with the
previous closing. The estimated receipts
for tomorrow's leading porta were heavy
and this, with the good weather, en
couraged the realizing around midday.
Toward the close a report was circulated
that a new pool had formed In calling New
Orleans for the purpose of carrying the
May deal in this market over juiy ana
August. Influenced hy this rumor, there
was a fresh outbreak of covering, under
which prices resulted the best point of the
dav and season. Mav soia it lu.ztic; june,
10.76c: July, lO.fftc; Atigut, 10.34c: Septem
ber. A 46c. From thla there wss a flnn'
reaction of 1?4 robt and the market closed
net 14936 points higher. Total future sales
estimated at 900.000 bales.
ST. LOUIS. May U. COTTON Steady.
J-loc higher; middling, 10Hc: sales. 200
bales; receipts, 602 bales,; shipments, 602
bales: stock, 14,458 .bales.
LIVEnrUlIU May . 11-uuri un-opm.
rnnn business done: nrlces 610 points
higher: Amerlcen middling. 6.22d: good mid
dling, 6.9c; middling, S MV1; low middling,
6 62d; good ordinary 54fld; ordinary, 6.22d.
The sales of the day were 15,000 bales, of
which 5.000 were for speculation ana ex
port, and Included 13. 400 American. P.o
receipts. iTirures openen 11 rni ana cucthi
fovfHch. American middling, good to ordi
nary, closed with May st R.fild: May-June,
5.80ri5.ld: June-July. S.5J.aod: July-Au
gust. 5 57rj5.&Hrt: AUgtiHi-oeriremDer, o.oz's
5 43d: September-October, 4 99d; October
November, 4.79d; November-December.
4.72d: Pecember-January. 4.7084.71d; January-February,
4.61d.
Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS. May 11. WOOL Strone-.
Medium grades and combing, 15tJ18c; light
fine. 14fi 17c : heavy. lOfilDc: tub washed.
lS'JfirrHc.
NEW YORK. May 11. WOOL-Firm.
LONDON. May 11. WOOL The offerings
at the auction sales today consisted of a
superior selection of 10,99 bales. Merinos
and coarse cross breds were 10 per cent
above the March average and scoureds in
line condition sold at nign rates. The
offerings of Tasmanlan were large
and there waa a strong demand for
greasles. Americans purchased several par
cels of cross breds. , Following are the
sales in detail. New South Wales, S.5o0
hales; scoured d(gi, 114d; greasy. 64d.
Queensland. 1.800 bales: greasy, 6d1s Id.
Victoria. I.hOO bales: scoured, esdls. South
Australia. 200 bales; scoured, lld'gls 2d;
greasy, 6i10d. Tasmania, 1,800 bales;
aressv. Is 4Ud. New Zealand. 2.600 bales:
scoured. Is Id; greaay, S'rdirjllVid. Cape of
Good Hope and Natal, 3 10 bales; greasy,
svaiod.
d Rosin.
May 11. OIL Credit
Oil a
ait rirv n .
balances, II 53; certificates, no .bid. Ship-
m.nl. A i.ra irt runs. 114.-
373; average, 72.1(2. Shipments, Lima. 133.-
146: averaae. 6B.I60: runs. 170.(77; average.
62,216.
SAVANNAH. Ga.. May 11. OIL Turpen
tine firm. 46c. Rosin, firm. A. B. C. D. E.,
1.70: F., $175; O., 1 80; H.. $2 25; I.. 12.85;
K., $3.00; M., 3.10; N., i.w; w. u., u.la;
W. W., $3.45.
vriTtr VADV XI... 11 1 T T Pntlnn mmA
dull; prime cotton seed. dull. Petroleum,
firm; refined, 9.5; Phllaeieipnia ana nani
more, $8.50; in bulk, $560. Turpentine,
steady. Rosin, steady.
Sogtar and Molasses.
NEW ORLEANS, May 11 SUQAR-Dull;
open kettle. l'S4i3 7-ltic; open kettle cen
trifugal, $4u-3V; centrifugal white, 44c;
yellow, tSv-lc; seconds, 24'j34o.
MOLASSES Open kettle, nominal, Wi
6-; centrifugal, '18c; syrup, nominal, II
NEW YORK. May 11. SUOAR-Raw.
nominal: renned. steady.
MOLASSES Steady.
Visible Supply of Urala.
NEW YORK. May 11. The visible supply
of grain Saturday. May 9. aa compiled by
the New York Produce exchange, Is a
follows:
Wheat, SI. 446,000 bu., decrease, 1.010.000 bu.;
corn, 6 IIO.OOO bu., decrease. 249.000 bu.;
iwii Hr2.0ii0 bu.. Increase. 76.000 bu : rye.
1,1. 4. WO bu., decrease. 44.000 bu.; barley.
1.201.000 bu.. Increase, ll.uui bu.
Elgin Batter Mnrket.
ELGIN, 111.. May 11 BUTTER Ruled
firm on the Board of Trade today, selling
at 21c a lb. XUe sale (or the week acre
4.0.0UO Iba.
ATirll 16
April 16..
April 17.
April 18.
Anril 19.
April 20..
April 21..
April Tl.
April 23.
April 24.
April 25.
April 26.
April 27.
April 28.
April 29.
April 80.
May 1
May
May
May
Mnv
May
May
May
Mnv
Mav
May
2...,
3....
4...,
6....
6....
7....
8....
...,
10..
11..
J 1641
7 0741
7 14
7 14
7 10 I
7 1041
7 0641
7 011
7 0b4
7 0441
924
83
7741
sivs
( 83 I
6 76
764!
72
6 66 I
t 634!
6 6341
6241
I 644
3f
95
sl
96
Wj
Vl
861
6 86
( Mi
97j
7 04
98
I
7 07i
7 03
6 86
( 60
7 01
7 02
I
7 03
98;
( 93;
7 00
7 08
7 081
01
6 93
6 92
6 l
6 8
mm
5 81
6 801
6 76j
6 77 1
( 77
6 66;
0 64
6 64
6 71
6 72
6 65
e
5 68
6 70
64
6 65j
6 61
6 6b
72
46 a ,
6 6 8 7i
49 X 6s,
t 46 3 71
6 46 S 76
6 4 3 77
a 1 ro.
6 36
6 321 3 67
6 36 3 66
6 39 3 66
34j 6
6 37
e
6 32
6 26
6 18
6 17
6 30
6 22
3 6
3 69,
V
3 66
8 t0
3 68
3 62
3 64
6 21
6 10 3 691
6 12; 3 bu
5 161 8 62j
6 16 8 66
3 l 3 81
3 611 3 87
I 91
3 60
8 bl 3 91
3 63i 3 84
8 73 3 n
8 84 3 M
3 741 3 82
3 83
3 71
3 84
3
3 77 8 75
3 79
3 83
e
3 90
3 87
8 93
3 95
8 93
8 90
e
3 89
3 j
19
3 81
3 77
3 74
3 $0
8 79
e
3 71
3 72
3 66
3 64
3 70
3 71
a
3 61
3 66
Indicates Sunday.
The official number of ear of stock
brought In today by each road was:
cattle. Hogs.eneep.
C. M. A St P 3
Wabash 2
Union Pacific 22
C. A N. W 2
F.. E. A M. V 25
C. St. P., M. Jr. 0 31
B. A M 23
C, B. As Q 2
C, R. 1. & P.. east 8
Illinois Central 8
25
1
8
4
21
6
10
3
1
1
79
Total receipts 116 79 11
The disposition of the day's receipts wa
a follows each buyer purchasing the num
ber or neaa lnaicaiea:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Omaha Packing Co 371 161 ....
Swift and Company 617 875 1,279
Cudahy Packing Co tV 1,553 178
Armour, from Siox City. 19 1,813
Armour, from country... 617 9-2 1,315
vansant & to
Lobman & Co.
Hill A Huntxlnger.
Huston & Co ,
Rothschild
L. F. Hus ,
Wolf A Murnan....,
Werthelmer ,
Other buyer
. 4
. 11
. 10
. 18
. 67
. 3
. 22
. 166
.2516 6.357
a Ren
in lust
st Frl-
Total 2,516 6.357 2,772
CATTLE There was a moderate run of
cattle here this morning, but at some other
point there was n liberal supply, so mere
was no chance for any Improvement In
prices. Local packer, though, took bold In
rainy gooa snape ana tne general mantel
wa about steady.
1 he nrst sales 01 peer steer tms morning
were fully steady with the close of last
week, but after the first round buyers
slowed up and the market was rather slow
and no mora than steady. In fact, some
salesmen thought they bad to take a shade
less tnan iney aia last ween, dui as
eral thing all desirable grades sold in
about the same notches they did last
day. Trading was not very brisk at any
time, but a receipt were not excessive the
bulk of the arrivals was disposed of at a
reasonably early hour.
The cow market was aiso a utile stow.
but about steady. Buyers seemed to be
anxious for the better grades and especially
ror the medium weignt cows ana neuers.
Those that were lacking in quality, though.
were ratber nexiectea ana were certainly
no more than steady.
Bulls, veals calves ana stags an soia with
out much trouble at just about the same
prices that were paid last week.
1 nere were uniy a lew etocsers ana leru-
ers In the yards mis morning, nut mere
seemed to be enough to meet the demand.
Anything good sold without difficulty at
steady prices, but when it came to the
common grades the market was slow and
the tendency of price wa downward. Rep
resentative sales:
BEEF BTEE-R8.
No. . At.
I 170
t 441
4 1071
1 711
I IB4
44 .'.1211
1.,.. U0i
14 4Si
I IM
4 Ill
11 HI
1 110
T. toil
1 ISO
1 1000
no
IS 41
14 1040
4 1000
44 40
II 1134
41 lc0
4 1071
11 1109
1160
1 1111
S 0
11 1110
II 447
II U44
11 114
1 1114
45 HI
STEERS
76
111 1
xi loaa
10 1044
41 1100
STEERS AND fyAQS.
1. lev
IT. No At. Pr.
1 40 1... 1020 4 70
I 44 41 109'J 4 70
4 00 41 1105 4 70
4 10 11 1044 4 70
4 IS 20 1304 4 70
4 34 37 1144 4 70
4 IS IT 1KT7 4 70
4 10 4 1101 4 74
4 14 1 1111 4 74
4 IS 20 1181 4 76
4 40 13 HOT 4 74
4 40 14 1327 4 71
4 40 1 .1161 4 74
4 40 14 Ull 4 40
4 40 II lbSl 4 10
4 40 It 1164 4 SO
4 40 14 IMS 4 SO
4 SI 10 1S3I 4 40
4 44 14 1114 4 10
4 44 II 1314 4 40
4 40 S3 18!7 4 40
4 40 110 IMS 4 M
4 40 4 1111 4 IS
4 40 II HIT 4 14
4 40 1 1141 4 II
4 40 1 :....i:4o 4 is
4 44 41 12S3 4 40
4 4S 11 1260 4 40
4 4S 14 1321 4 S
4 44 II 1311 4 00
4 4S 24 110S I 00
4 10 4 1041 I 08
4 TO II 14tS I 04
RB AND HEIFERS.
4 10 IT 11S1 4 TO
4 14 IT 1101 4 7
4 40 13 1101 4 74
4 45 11 1:01 i as
4 70 14 1044 4 IS
1
.. TOO
.. T0
.. IM
.. TAS
.. 170
.. T40
.. ltd
.. K0
.. 110
.. IM
.. 140
.. 110
.. TK)
.. T1S
.. 40
..1140
.114
..110
..1010
.. 464
.. Ill
.. Ii&
.. 414
..1060
1.
1
1
4
I
I
1
I
If
I
1
I
I
IT
1.
10M
1IM
460
1040
1040
1100
1070
1140
1010
464
1074
474
M
COW
474
44
, 474
440
414
44
It!
40
, TS4
401
4 74
COWS.
t 00 1 1100 ) g
t 6 4 1063 I ts
I 14 1 H0 I s
I 14 I .'. Til I 71
I 14 1 440 I 71
144 1 too 174
I 40 4 1001 I ss
I 40 t 1041 I IS
I 60 1 1033 3 40
I 64 4 428 I M
I 40' 4 SM 1 SO
I 76 4 X 4 00
I T4 1 1135 4 00
I 40 1 1100 4 00
I 40 I IW IM
I 14 3. lull 4 00
I 10 1 1610 4 00
I 14 1 1171 4 04
I !5 14 107 4 10
I 14 I 1403 4 10
I 21 1 124 4 10
I 60 T 1034 4 14
I 60 1 1430 4 10
I 60 43. 104 4 14
I 60 1 1064 4 10
I 44 11 1001 4 14
I 40 1 1140 4 14
I 40 T 1110 4 14
I 44 4 1074 4 10
I 60 10 1121 4 IS
I 60 IT lifoO 4 IS
1 60 20 110 4 JS
I so I i:m 4 ft
I 40 I li0 4 IS
I 40 1 1170 4 10
I 40 4 1344 4 10
8 64 l.(. 1114 4 40
8 AND HEIFERS.
4 14 I e-4 4 20
4 34
HEIFERS.
I 44 14 IM I M
I 44 1 140 I Tl
I II 1 474 I 40
I 14 4 41 4 44
I K) 1 130 4 10
I 14 I IV IM
I IS I T71 4 40
I 24
.. TM
..14S
..120
,.144
..1040
..loie
..1370
.. 744
.. 174
..1000
.. 474
..1410
.. 7M
..IMS
...16a
..1404
.. to
.. 100
BULLS
9 to
I 44
I 14
I II
I 14
I 14
I 44
I U
I '1
111
I 71
I 71
I T4
I 44
8 44
I 44
CALVES.
140 I....
4 4 ....
4 4 I....
1.
....1044
.... 6"0
.... 640
....1404
.... 444
....1640
....
,...14M
....1M0
.... IM
....1660
....134
....1344
....!
.... 464
, 14
, 131
4V4
I 44
I 40
I 40
I 44
4 00
4 00
4 so
4 00
4 00
4 00
4 10
4 14
4 10
4 10
4 21
I 44
I 44
I 44
aee
"IT
READ EVERY WORD
THINK QUICK BUY QUICK
A CHANGE OF A LIFE TIME
Is a nhrase that actually describes tha "SOUTH
THE POT II LEWET" mine located on the same great ledge and
OF COLD I 1J0,rinS the famou "Dewey" mine In Thunder Moun
tain, . idano.
THE "SOUTH
DEWEY" MINE
property consist 'of ten full mining claim f30S
acres) and w own the property outright.
This mean that every dollar you Invest goes
Into development work and no part of it Is used
to pay salaries. This la a vital point and should
be one of the first thing looked Into before In
vesting in any mining company.
NO SALARIED
OFFICERS
TREASURY I
STOCK I
IIO CENTS I
PER SHARE I
We have decided to place a limited amount of
Treasury Stock on sale to continue development work
and purchase necessary machinery.
For a short time only you can buy this stock pir
value SI. 00 non-assessable no personal liability) for 10
cent per share.
WILL RISE
SOON
The present allotment of stock 1 limited and the
Board of Director may deolde at anytime to raise the
price a It la selling fast
WRITE
TODAY
And enclose check or money order for many shares aa
you can possibly afford It' a chance of a lifetime.
A PROSPECTUS
FREE
Giving full particular of our property and a
description of "Thunder Mountain." which is
going to become the greatest gold mining
camp tn the world. Sent for the asking.
Send Checks, Honey Orders or Inquiries, to
The South Dewey Mining Co.
(LIMITED.)
Suite S 739-740, Stock Exchange Dldg., Chicago, III.
Or M A. CDPPVV all A Da Wtlr4e flmaka AJAu
a. w-vMw.e a wiiiaiiaeasvaJe
STOepBPweaaa. eeaamBBBexflpvaaweaBiaaaKae vaeaaaneaan(aMaeea)(aaenaea.
1..
IS..
IM IM 1 114 ( 44
TO 4 IS
STAGS.
1:10 4 10 1 140 4 IS
1464 4 24
STOCK CALVES.
184 I 10
STOCK COWS AND HEIFER".
l:0 1 40 1 4M I 14
814 3 Tl 11 TM I 14
, 415 1 40 T 411 I 39
BTOOKERS AND FEEDERC.
t 314 I 00 1 4M 4 M
I IM I SO . I I4 4 10
t 140 I 40 1 140 4 10
1 470 I 10 34 44 4 40
1 420 1 40 I T34 4 10
1 440 I 74 11 421 4 TO
1 494 I 40 14 400 4 TO
I. 403 4 00 14 Ill 4 10
1 124 4 00
HOGS There was a fair Monday' run of
hogs here this morning and, aa other mar
kets were all quoted lower, price here also
took a tumble. Packer started in bidding
6'OlOc lower and that waa the way the
hog sold and there wa practically no
change in the market from start to finish.
Trading was not exactly active, but as
there were only fifty-seven loads on sale
everything was out of first hands by the
middle of the forenoon. The long string
went at $6.66. The lighter weights went
mostly at .60 and t.B2V4. while the heavier
hogs sold from I867H to 18. 60. It will be
noticed from the sales below that packers
ore not discriminating in favor of the
heavy hogs to the extent Iney were a
short time sgo. They seem to be looking
more at quality now than at weight. Rep
resentative sales:
IF YOU TRADE
plaoe your order with
CEO. A. ADAMS CRAIN CO.,
Member Principal Exchanges.
GRAIN, PROVISIONS AND STOCKS
Writ for our dally letter.'
04 Board Trad Building. Omaha.
Phone 14X4 and 14)17. PRIVATE WIRESl
WEARE GRAIN
- COUPANY.
Member Principal Exchange.
- Prtvat wire.
BRANCH OFFICE OMAHA. NSa
110-111 Board of Trad.
W. E. WARD. Mgr. Telephone ISIS.
No. At. Bh. i'r. No. kt. Bh. Pr.
4 120 ... I 75 44 C4 ... I 44
11 234 ... 4 4H 44 2S4 140 4 54
44 227 ... 44 71 234 40 I 45
71 224 40 4 50 71 141 100 4 54
ST 184 ... 4 60 47 172 140 4 41
41 110 m 4 50 44 Ill 40 I 45
10 121 40 4 50 T4 144 40 4 44
7 221 40 40 40 ! 10 I 54
(5 f.O ... 4 ITS 41 254 140 4 41
74 !: 14 4 1.2', 72 244 110 I 51
I... 242 10 4 52i, 44 ?34 40 4 55
74.. 211 40 I 12V, 41 171 ... 155
45 221 40 4 62, 44 217 10 4 45
Tl :.i2 140 4 62', 44 221 ... 4 45
47.. 234 ... 4 621, J ,..241 10 4 66
61 241 40 4 62'4j 40 20 10 4 65
3 343 ... 42Vi TO 24T 40 4 46
74 240 ... 4 62l 40 IM 120 4 65
67 SK0 120 4 424 44 161 160 4 66
60 234 40 4 621, 71 274 ... 4 65
61 15 40 4 (.!', 74 234 40 4 45
Tl !7 40 4 46 41 241 10 I 64
41.; 271 40 4 65 61. ...... 2X4 10 4 47V,
(3 244 ... 4 66 64 24 10 4 47V
46 274 ... 4 66 10 371 40 I !7Vi
45 376 ... 4 55 7 344 ... 4 67 V,
47 240 40 4 64 17 381 ... 4 40
43 29 120 61
SHEEP There was a moderate supply of
sheep and lambs in sight this morning and
no new developments were noticed in the
situation. I'ackers were all anxious for
good stuff and the arrivals answering to
that description were soon disposed of at
fully steady prices. The commoner kinds
were not as brisk sale, but still they
brought a good prices as were paid last
week. Some spring lambs sold as high as
14.75 and some clipped ewe brought J4.75.
The same as has been the case for some
time past, good stuff was very scarce this
morning.
The supply of feeder wa light and the
market could not be quoted anything but
steady.
Quotation for clipped stock: Choice west
ern lambs, ).0tVg4j.&0; fair to good lamb,
fJR.tl0i.(Ki; choice western wooled lambs
V Sng7.15: fair to good wooled lambs, 0v
f50; choice lightweight yearlings. $5.S0?)
5.76; fair to good yearlings, I4.50fr5.26; choice
we'hers. $60iyi75.25; fair to good wether.
e4.'.'i!4.fi6; choice ewes, $4.50T4.tK; fair to
pood ewes. t3.504.25; feeder tombs, S3.6Mti
$4.50; feeder yearlings. I3.50tfi4.00: feeder
-s-ethers. KiSOfjl.OO: feeder ewes, J2.25ij3M.
Representative sales;
No, . Av. Pr.
20 cull lambs 4 3 50
2 bucks 10 4 01
fl cull lambs u4 4 io
21 western ewes M 4 7
12 western yearlings 79 5 50
48 cull ewes M t 75
7 Mexican ewe 75 S 60
S30 western ewes 72 I 60
152 cull lambs 42 4 00
1 cull lamb 40 4 00
411 western ewes 10S 4 76
820 Mexican yearlings 4 5 25
864 Mexlcnn yearlings 64 6 25
2 western lambs 70 6 00
21 wemern lambs 79 rt)
western lambs M s 00
4i7 western lambs "... fS 8 50
2M spring lambs. hi 75
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Cattle Are Steady to slow, While Hons
aad sheep Both Drop.
CHICAGO, May 11 CATTLE Receipt.
2S.00 head. Steady, closed slow. Good to
prime steers,. $6.10ff5.0; poor to medium.
M(i5.10; stockers and feeders. $3.0Cnft;4.75;
cows. 1 WX&lfiO; heifers. 2.5V6.00; canners,
S16u2 76: bulls. 2 5o'n450: calves. f2,6O$00:
lxss fed steers. 14 1114.25.
HOGS Receipts today, 42,000 head; to
morrow, iO.OOn; left over, 10.000; lrt20c
lower; mixed and butchers', e.G&'nfi 00; giod
to choice heavy, i 7Votl 16; rough heavy,
p; .VVi-Ki 65; light,' $6 .306.55; bulk of sale,
$ti 6.VSj 70
SHEEP AND I.AMBfl Receipt. 20.000
head. Sheep steady lo 15c lower; lambs
strong to shsde higher. Good to choice
wethers. 15 Ofi!r5.85; fair to choice mixed,
3 45ifi3.75; nstlve lambs, t.70fj4.75; western
lambs. $4.75tf7.30.
Official Saturday: - Cattle. Hogs.
Receipts 75 1.670
Shipment 647 47
Sew York Live Stock Market.
NEW YORK. May 11. CATTLE-Beeves,
receipts, l.7'J; steers opened moderately sc
tlve snd steady, closed stranger on medium
and light welKhts; bulls, firm; cows, l"d
15c higher. Hieers. $1.6iV,'fii 46; bulls, t 46
474 i- cows, t.&Va4.15. Cubles quoted live
cattle firmer at llv,ijl24ie.. dressed weignt;
sheep selling at 113l5. dressed weight Ks
ports tomorrow. hl'J cattle, 1.03) shet-p and
1,7'JD quarters of beef.
CALVES-Recelpts. 1.450; veals, 4.fo
7 0(); tops, $7.25; buttermilks. $3.6mu4 0; cliy
dressed veals, 7Vyol'";. ,
HOGS Receipts, ,CM head; slow; Ut
and Pennsylvania hogs, $7.0037.16; west
ern, $7.00.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, .16I
head; sheep firm to 10c higher; lambs 15,
25c higher; good spring lambs firm and
wsnted, others slow; clipped sheep, $3.5Vri
6.60; export. $5.80; few wooled sheep, $5.75:
clipped lambs. $6.00g7.75; spring Iambs.
$8. to, by the head.
Kansas City Live Stock Market.
KANSAS CITY,' May 11. CATTLE Re
celpta, 4,200 native, 250 Texans; calves, 160
native. Beeves steady to 10c higher: quar
antine steady; cow steady to 10c higher;
Blockers and feeders quiet. Choice export
and dressed beef steers, $4. $036.25: fair to
good, $3.75ifi4.60; stockers and feeders, $3.35CT
4.76; western fed steers, 12 9M7 5.10; Texas
and Indian steer. $3.5054. 75: Texa cow
$2 90(5:3.76: native cow. $1.60fr4.30; native
heifer. $3.1(V4 76; canners. $1.26J20; bulls
$2.75473 75; calves, $2.(nvg6 80.
HOGS Receipt, 6.000 head. ..Market 5ffl0c
lower; top. $S70; bulk of sales. $t.52V,6.fio;
heavy, $0.VSti.70; mixed packers. K45($r5;
light. $.4086.56; yorker, $6.50S.t5 ; pigs.
$6.55735.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. 12 000
head. Market tronsr. lambs I0n hlrh.
Native lambs, $4.2Sf?7.iiO; western lambs. $4 ori
?7.50; fed ewes. $3.85tfiS.25; nstive wetnrs
$4.0OS.R5; Texas clipped sheep, $4.0Olj.tf);
stockers and feeder. $3.70(34.30.
St. Loala Live Stork Mnrket,
ST. LOUIS. May ll.-CATTLE-Reeelpt.
3.900 head, including 2.300 Texans. Mnrket
steady to strong. Native shipping and ex
port steers, $4.45ir6 76: dressed beef nnd
butcher steers, $4.00a6.2S; steers under 1 Oio
lbs., $3.60165.00; stockers snd feeders. $3.2tv?j
4.76: cow and heifers, $2.25(r5.00; canners
$2.25(33.00; bulla $2.6004.00; calves $3 6ii. fKl;
Texas and Indian steer. $3.S04f4.50; cows
and heifer, $2 25tfJ3.75.
HOGS Receipt. 8.600 head. Market Rfi
16c lower. Pig and lights, $A.40ti.65; pack
ers. $.4V36.60; butchers. $.y36.75.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt. l.FA
head. Market active and Arm. Native
muttons. $4.VQ6.60; lambs. $5.00457.90; stock
ers, $2.008400; Texans, $3.75tfj4.70.
St. Joseph Live Stork Market.
ST. JOSEPH. May II.-CATTLE-Pe-ceipt.
2.141 heed; steady to strong: n
tives, $4 35B6.50; cows and heifers. $2.25
4.85; stockers and feeders, $3.5tKfcn.0ft.
HOGS Receipts, .4 head; mostlv 10c
loser; light and light mixed. $i5.R0fiS 67U,
medium and heavy. tK.htfi .67 ; bulk. $1.,"2
4T141.S5; pigs, $5 50tfj6 40.
SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipt', 6.791
head; stesdy; top Colorado and Ksnsa
lambs, $7.30; top Colorado ewe, cllpprd
$5.00; top Texas ewes, $4.35.
Slonx Cltr Live Stork Market.
SIOUX CITY. Mav ll.-.Speclal Tele
gram.) CATTLE 3.5fl head; stockers verv
slow, lower. Killers steady; beeves $4.0(Kf
6.00; cows, bulls snd mixed, f rtvi 4 "5
stockers nnd feeders, $3.60(f4.60; calves und
erllngs. $3.004.4O.
HOT.P 2.100 head: msrket 10c lower at
$6.35t3.65; bulk, S 3541.46.
Ltoek In Slant.
Following were the receipts of live stork
st the six principal western cities yester
day: .
Cattle
Omsha 1.47
rhlcsgo 2f.0(i0
Kansas City 4.ao
St. Louis S.&OO
Bt Josenh 2.141
Sioux City $.500
Ifor ghee-
5.:r
4 mv
6 nnn
S '00
3 404
1100
S 17!
?o Am
1? V
!.oo
6.7M
Total.
.81 ?21 C2.78 43.474
Rvnnorate-I Annies tt.il Dried Frnlts.
NEW YORK. May H.-EVAPORATIID
APPLES Are firm tinder a fair deinnnil.
rnmmon are quoted at 44t5V.c; prime, o'.c;
choice. Vft7'4c.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS-Spot
prunes are attracting a good demand ard
are firm, particularly on the larger sixes
Quotations range from So to 7c for ll
grades. Apricots rilso continue firm, with
some export business noted. Choice -.re
quoted st 7VnKie, snd fancy at 9Vr)tOU.
pearhes are quiet but Arm on fsncv fruit
Choice are quoted at 74fi8c. and fancy at
SV4SK'V4c.
Coffee MrrUet.
NEW YORK. May II. COFFEE Snot
quiet. Futures opened dull at unchanre
nrlc.es to a decline cf 6 points snd rul1
idle In keeping with featureless cables until
Just before the close when the covering
caused a recovery and th market was
finally onlet st net unchanged prices. Psles
were 6 500 bsgs. including Mar at 3 Sue
July. $.s5c; September. 4 16c; October 4 k-:
November, 4.25c; December, 4.6V; March!
4.86c.
Dry Good Market.
NEW YORK. Mar u DRY GOOD1
No material enlargement to trading his
been noted today, although buvers n
more or lefs Interested In the future a d
are making Inquiries about prices. Th-
hls-h cost of the raw material Is a facor
which la produclnr Increasing concern with
manufacturers snd agent.

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