THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY MAY 15, 1004.
CHAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Hamning to Bgi in T.im and Pro-
pecta Art Exported Good,
BIG LOCAL BULLS LOOK FOR HIGH CORN
Omaha Cora to Flood ChlcaaV,
All Sol. Sonta Karl Pleat,
las Offset br CU ,
, ' OMAHA, May 14, 1904.
Dallas, Texss, wires th harvesting of
Wheat will begin In two weeks and that of
"JJn thirty days. Poth of these crop
will yield twice hi much wn promised
a month ago. The long drouth of winter
and spring had put Urn grain In uch con
dition It was mid eerly in April a total
failure might be expectad. But In the .last
two weeks there have been heavy rains In
all TexHa except the Panhandle and con
servative men place the wheat crop at 13,
OOO.OOu bushels, and the oata In Dallas and
eurroomllng counties at forty to sixty bush
els to the acre.
"Wa have heard a food deal," aald A. B.
Jaqtilth, "of heavy shipment from Omaha,
nnd other markets that would flood Chi
cago. I can t nee It. The terminal ele
vator of Omaha and Council Bluffs have
only fcW.WO bushels of contract corn. All ot
this hoa been delivered on May contract,
and all of It has been sold and placed to
fro south. This takes any weight from the
teal market and .the stocks In the hands of
the fnriaers west of the Mississippi are too
small to flood anv market. The racelnta. it
V course, will naturally Increase a little If
the trices remain as high as they are.
y1 .. v "The bears have be
" a, : the early planting In
I i h f but 1 believe that wl
f f ) ' , and tha frosts In the
I M'"f state nothing hits bee
been feeling good over
Iowa and Nebraska,
tth these cold nights
i western Dart of the
been aalned. Corn may
ocma to be worth 88 oents at Nebraska sta
tions.. I should not be surprised If It were
to become so, for I have known It to be
that high with less bullish conditions. The
only bearish feature la the lot of corn col
lected In Chicago and the lake shipping tie
up They call that corn No. 2, but I believe
It Is not eontraof. stuff."
A Chicago paper Bays receipts of eorn
from Nebraska nave Increased because of
the anticipation among western shippers of
the Increase In rates June 1. The grent part
of the Nebraska corn, however, the paper
finds t-t be going to 8t. Louis, aa that place
Is tho, highest market.
The rango In price, of Omaha grain for
future delivery and the close Friday and
today were as follows:
Open. High. Low. Today. Frl'y
July ,. ....
July ...... 43 4R
Sept 43 43
Sept V.V.V SO 0VA 2M4
A asked. B bid.
Local .! trala Hirttt
Receipts are somewhat better and busi
ness was slightly Increased. The corn,
however, was off lo from the prices which
have .ruled for several dnys antl the de
mand! was not particularly eager. Wheat
and outs were steady at prevailing prices.
Receipts were: Wheat, 1 cur In and i3
cars out; one week ago, 3 cars In. Corn,
8 cars In and 2 cars out: one week ago, 3
and 8 car's. Oats, 4 csrs In and 3 cars
out; one week ago, 8 cars lo.
Representative sales of car lota by sam
ple on. track. Omaha: r; ". . ,
vorn wo. o. a care, wc; o jcnuw,
cars. SOHc; No. 2 white. 1 car, 62c
Oats No. 4. 1 car. 894c.
WHEAT No. 2 hard winter. BWrWet No.
I hard winter, tMJ4c: No. 4 hard winter,
rB7so No- 3 spring. Ka"90c; No. 3 spring.
CORN No. 2, SWle: No. 3. 49360c: No.
4. 4Hi49o: no grade, SBflttc; No. 2 yellow.
tfHtSl; No. 8 yellow, . 5C3 fiottci No. 1
white,- foffBlc; No. 8 white. 4ft50c.
OATS No. t, 41s: No. 8. 40c: NO. 4. n
Wo; No. 8 white. .4? 18c; No. -4 white, 419
4io: standard. 41041HC
c.- ,. Notes from the Exchange Offlces.
D. Q. Dawson of Llnwood and M. Alby
of Harvard were exchange visitors.
Omaha Inspections of grain were 39 cars.
Of wheat, 1 car graded No. 8 hard, 1 car
No. 8 hard and 8 cars No. 4 hard. Of
eorn, 81 care graded No. 2, 7 cars No. 8. 1
car No. 4, 1 car No, 8 yellow, 1 car No. 3
WMtVf -areV tfWte-' amt ftr. no
S Omaha stocks of grain are: Wheat. 177..
!3 678 bu.; corn, 232,a& bu.; oats, 1I2,81'9 bu.
TZ tAnisiaflt vrn mint ka Marrlam A Holm-
quist, 122.754 bu., and tfrloh elevator, 81.874
Urala Markets Elsewhere.
Closing prices of grain today and Fri
day at the markets named were aa followai
CH1CAQO. , '
, Today. Frl'y.
'ptember ..J '.
ei-. (ssustatloaa ' it the Day
nl JTEW YORK. May 14 -FLOUR-Recolpts,
. 7 750 bbla.; exports, J.OJil bbls. ; the marks!
quiet and barely steady; Minnesota pat
,ta uis, o.l.0u6..'b; limnisuttt bakers, 4400
kM(.ti4.80; winter patiu s. $j.owio8.; w nter
s; straights. M 8Ci2j5.uO, winter extras. 18 iu(J
iuO; winter low grades, JS.iViuK IJ. He
il u flour, alow; fair to good, 83.0u.tf4.15; choice
Hi to tuncy, M.lol4.b0.
U CORNMEAL Steady : yellow western,
81.08ai.l0; city, 31.ldSl.l2; kiln dried, ti.wt
BARLEV Dull: feeding. 4o. e. I. f . New
York; malting, atxuc, c. I. I., wunaio.
' , WHEAT Receipts, 87.200 bu. Spot, steady;
JeHrTsNo-. 3 red, 11.04. elevator: No. 3 red, $1.07i
J f ill, f. o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth.
S -98c, f. o. b.. afloat; No. 1 hard Manitoba,
nominal, I. o. o., anuat. upuons openea
n; steady and advanced for a time on favor
able cables, prospective bullish weekly
statistics Monday and froat In the west.
Later they weakened under foreign selling
u and. heavlnena In outside markets, closing
... net unchanged. May closed at 91c; July,
Si.- BW la-It, closed at eo; nsptemher
IU'vmVic, closed at 82HC; December closed
CORN Recelpta, 17.300 ha.; exports. 1W
t: bu. Boot, steady; No. 3. 69c, elevator, and
ytiHo. f. o. b., afloat ; No. 2 yellow, bOc; No.
3 white, 67c. Options dull and practically
unobungeu; May closed at sici juiy, mo;
j September, ' ' '
li bu.. Spot, steady; riii
f 47o ; natural white,
September, Ke.' - , . .
tHJU DU. , Bipurii, 9,991
xed. S to 33 lbs., 46tf
ao to 3! lbs., 4&&aoo;
..lliii m.l,ilr. SH I., at lbs.. VkiMWO.
f HAi-UMiet; shipping. , tin. 0c; good to
I choice, ti97e. '
IV HOPS Steady; state, common to choice,
19x3 crop, Wuitc; 1902 crop. 23UMo; olds, t'lt
i 14c. Paclflo coast. 19-H crop, 243oc; 1S02
I crop, i(filc; ohU, 9(il4c.
HIDES-Stoady; Galveston. to 26 lba.,
J JS..-; California, 31 to i pounds, 19o; Texas
v Cry. 14 to So pounds, 14a.
LEATH k;R Steady ; actd. 2SI250.
f RICtC Steady: domestic, fair to extra, t
f."--s55'4c; Japan, numlnul.
W'OOIUrm: lomestlc fleece. WS2c.
I " PHOVISHN8-Beef. quiet; family. 39 M
i". 10.W: mess, ts OiX'itl ISO; beef hsms. I2D 0ta
-:.io, IHcket 4.6i'U; city extra India
nieaa. 814 0(M8flu. Cut meaUv Inactive: pica
led bellies, PiZbfil.W, pickled shoulders,
ttib: pickled hams, tuMgiooo. Lard, steady;
western steamed, U; rvtlned, ateady; con
tinent, 3lK': Smith America. 17.85; com
pound. H12W.28. -Pork, dull; family.
313 5V; abort clear, 817.0 14.50.; ntewa, 8l2.75tJ
TAL11W Berely steady: cltv (33 per
pkg i. 4ic; country (pkgs. free). 4o.
' lirTTKK Firm; creamery. UTjSo'jC.
CHEfciilv Vlulet; old. iNtfUVtci new, 80
fc10S Purely steady; western storage se-
lettiiins, lnKic; western Hrsts. HtfllNe.
iHii-m'iiV Alive atiil dreaded unlet and
f Kmhi C ity tirala ana provl.loas.
ri KANSAS CITT.' May 14 WHEAT May,
(.c; July, ll'al(.v.t: September, SU'wy
".Ve; raaU. No. Z iwird,- fcrfll.-; No 3.
T K,.iH'e; No. 2 red, s.-.ifM; No. 3. fc!r7e.
,i t l.N l.nfi ; M"v "c; July, 4.Vi
mixed. BlSSc: No. 3. V)r61c; No. I white,
l5.c; No, 8. 60fa51c.
m OATS-Bteady; No. 2 white. 42Hac; No.
3, 42c. -
F.OOg Weak; Missouri and Kansas
atock (cases Included), lHc; new No. 3
cases Included, 134jC.
BUTTER Creamery, l&S17c; dairy, fancy,
HAT Steady ; choice timothy, 318.60011.00;
Choice prairie, 87.764j8.00.
RIE-No. 3, He
Wheat, bu 22.400 14.WO
Corn. bu. ...t . 2,8nO 1U.4"0
Oata, bu 2,000 . 2.CM1
CHICAGO GRAtN AM) rROVIIIOXS
CHICAGO, May 14 -An estimated de
crease In available stocks Imparted firm
nets to wheat today. Final quotations
were practically Identical with yesterday's
close. Corn Is down V.He. Oats are off
Vic. Provisions show no change.
Initial sales on July wheat were He
lower to He higher at UMc. The mar
ket closed with an Inclination to flrmnew,
final quotations on July being at Mg
i3c. Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 4X,90 bushels. Primary receipts
were 165.200 bushels, compared with 1!16. 7tX
bushels a year ago. Minneapolis, Duluth
and Chicago reported receipts of 91 cars,
against 12b last week and la? a year ago.
Tba early corn market was strong on an
active commission house demand, The
market closed weak and near the towewt
point. July opened unchanged to 'no
higher at 47?fc'84'i4kC, sold between 47V4SSj
and closed at 4i(iic. Local receipts
were 49 cars, with 4 of contract grade.
An easier leeling in oats late In the ses
sion was due almost entirely to weakness
In corn. Prices held firm until the last
hour, when moderate liquidation caused
some recessions. After opening a shade
higher at 3"c, July ranged between 8SVu
3S'o and closed at 30 VulHV:. Local re
ceipts were 82 csrs.
Provisions were steady, notwithstanding
the easier tone of grains. About the only
feature of trading waa sales of pork and
purchases of lard by outsiders. The mar
ket received the benefit of higher prlcea
for hogs; July pork closed a shade higher
at 311.1 7 Vj; ribs were up 2Vic at 3.87Vi6.40.
The leading lutures innsi'ti aa follows:
Articles. Open. High. I Low. Close. Te'y.
WH 90 f 90HI 90
He i &4;S4!4)roho,84Vax&
No. 2. a Old. b New.
Cneh quotatlona were ns follows:
FLOl'R Dull and easy; winter patents,
84.70f4.80; straights. 84.4004.60; spring pat
ents, 34.3034.60; straights, 83.904.10; bakers,
2.8Bf;3.80. . '
WHEAT No. 2 spring, 90S 94c; No. 2, So
93o: No. 2 red, 31.03&1.06.
CORN No. 2, 4Vii49c; No. 2 yellow, B2V4
OATS-No. 2, 42H42Hc; No. 3 white, 41V4
BARLEY 6ood' feeding, 353Sc; fair to
choice malting, WqSOc.
SEED No. 1 flax, 81.01; No. 1 northwest
ern, 31.09. Prime timothy, 83. Clover, con
tract grade, 310.75. ,
PROVISIONS1 Mess pork, per bbl., 311.10
11.12V4. Lard, per 100 lba.. 86.25(86 80. Short
ribs sides (loose), 36. 12Va4T-26. Short clear
HMes (hoxedt, I6.26i60.60. ' '
The following -were the recelpta and ship
ments yesterday; ..',,. .
Flour, bbls 11.600 8,900
Wheat, bu 81. W0 t- 24,lu0
Corn, bu. 67.700 817.00)
Oats bu 146,500 128,800
Rye. bu 6,400 1,700
Barley, bu 30,800 89,400
On the Produce exchange today the butter
market waa ateadyt creamery, lS(618Ho;
Hi.irv "nrnr Em. steady: at mark, casea
Included, 16fll6'c. Cheese, easy, 8&e4c.
! (( MU WHOLH9ALIS MARKETS. ' ' ,
Coadltloa tft Trad aad Q.aotatlons oa
taala asd raacy Prslaes.
EQOS Receipts, Uberal; martlet steady;
fresh atock, 16c,
LIVE POULTRT-Hena,'o: roostera, ac
cording to alia,. 63"7o; turkeys, lie; ducka,
9c; geese, Be. . ,
BUTTER Packing atocfe., UV4c; choloa
to fancy dairy, 14lic; separator, 20c.
FRESH FISH-Trout, 14c; pickerel, 8o;
pike, 12c: perch, 6Vc; hluetlsh. 12c; white
fish, 14o; aalmon. lie; 'nadur-ck. 10C: cod
fish, 12c; redsnapper. lie; lobster, boiled,
per lb. 80c; bullneads, 11c: catflsn, ld14c;
black baas, 30a; halibut, lie; crapples. 12c;
herring, tie; roe shad, .76c; shad roe. 8oo;
small clscoes, 10c.
BRAN Per ton. 318.60. ,
HAY Prices quoted by Omaha Wholo
ssle Peslera' assncHatloji: Choice No. 1 up
land, 88.00; No, , 7.80; madlutn, 87 00; coarse,
84.50; rye straw. 38.00. Thaaa prices are for
hay of good color and quality. Demand
fair and recelr,s light. .. .
ORANGES Navels, choice, all slaea. 32 60;
fancy navela. all slaes. 32.7&iS8,00; Mediter
ranean sweets, all sixes, 3X.2e; Jaftaa, all
alses. 32 60. ,
LTSMONS-Callfornla fancy. 300 to 860,
3.50; choice, 840 to 270, 83.OO058.25,
, CALIFORNIA FIGS-Per 10-lb cartons.
c; Imported Smyrna, -crown, l2o; I
crown. 14o; 7-crown, 16o. ...
BANANAS Per medium alsed buncb,
85.O0iS2.6O; Jumbo, 32.76S 2.
DATES Persian, per box of 0 pkgs, 82;
er lb. In 60-lb boxes, 6c; Oriental stunea
tes, per box, xa.40. i
PlNEAPPLEB-ln eratea f 24 to u par
crate, 33 So. nvlTa,
APPLES Oregon lancr Ben Davla, pe'
box, 8160; New York export Russets and
Baldwins, 34 0U
STRAWBERRIES Arkansaa, per 24-qt
case, r32.C0!a 2.26.
CHERRIES-CaUfornla, par box. $1.60
3.00. . '
POTATOES-Colorado, 31.10; Dakota. Per
bu.. 31.10; new Texaa Red stock, In sacks,
per lb., 2c.
NAVY LtiANS-Per bu 32.162.aB.
ONIONS Bermuda, per 50-lb. crate, 82.00.
CABBAGE California, per lb., 8c;
Southern, ner crate. 32.763.tW.
CUCUMBERS-Per doa., 76C&3100.
TOMATOES Florida, per t-basket crate,
fancy 32 60; choice, $2.26.
RADISHES Per dos. bunches. JStfBftc. 1
LETTUCE Top lettuce, per dosen, 469
TURNIPS Southern, par dog. 4Bc
BEETS Southern, per doa., 76c,
CARROTS Southern, per doa., 760.
PA RflLEY-Per dos., 40c.
BEANS-Wsx. psr bu. box, $3.00; string,
per bu. box, 82 00.
SPINACH Per bu homa grown, 60fi0o.
ASPARAGUS Per dosen bunohes, 4baiM
GREEN PEPPERS-Per 6-baskel crate.
EGG PLANT Per doa.. $1.09.
SQUASH Florida summer, per dos.. $1.00.
. PEAS Per bu. box, $2 00.
CHEESE Wisconsin twins, full cream.
Ho: Wisconsin Young America. 12c; block
Swlsa, 10c i Wisconsin brick. lS'o; Wiscon
sin Hmbergcr, ISc.
CIDER Per bbl., 36 60; per H hl.. $3.28;
MAPLE SUOAR-Ohio. per lb.. 10c.
HIDES No. 1 green, eo; No. 8 irreen. 8o:
No. 1 salted, 7c; No. 2 aalted. o; No. 1 veal
calf. 8 to 12 lbs., 9Hc; No. $ veal calf. 12
to It lba. H; dry salted hides. 8tfl!e:
aheep pelts. 24fr27c; horsehldes, 81.60(82 60.
HORSERADISH Per crate of 8 dosen
NUTS-Wslnuts. No. 1 soft shell, per lb..
16c; hard shall, per lb.. 14c; No. 1 soft ahel),
per lb., ISc; No: 3 hard shell, per lb.. 12c;
pecans, large, per lb., 12o; small, per lb.,
too; peanuts, per lb.. 6c; roasted peanuts,
per lb.. eciChill walnuts. liU3Hc: large
hickory nuts, per lb.. Uc: almonds, soft
shell, per lb., 16c: hard shell. 13c: shell
barks, per bu., 32 0Q; black walnuts, per
bu., $1.26. '
rklleaelahla Prodaeo Market.
PHILADELPHIA. May 14. BUTTER
Steady and fair demand; extra western
creamery, 31e; extra nearby prints. 2Sc.
EGOS I'nsettled; freri nearby, 17t3 at
mark; freah western. 17Vfil.7 at mark;
fresh southwestern, 17c at mark; fresh
southern. 1610 at mark.
CHEESE Steady; New York full creams,
choice to fancy, Mfy9c; fair to guod, $
Ij!MiC. ' ,
Mloaeaaolla Wheat, Ploar aad Iris,
MINNEAPOLIS. May 14 WHEAT-May,
81V: July, oHc; September. To. On
track: No. 1 hard. 96V': No. 1 northern.
8c; No. J northern. VSe.
KIjOUR First tiatents, K.0tf6.10: second
patents, 84j5n"j nrst clears,' 83 63.60;
Second clears. I.a0.
B KAN In bulk. 3iltPt17.aa,
Mllwaakee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE. May 14 VHKAT Msr
krtqutot; No. 1 northen. 97V: No. 3 north
ern r,i,tjec, old July SCk'SrSec bid.
RTH Firm: No. 1. 76',fc 7.c.
HA It LEY Dull; No. 2. tv; sample, 81
'(RN-Pteady; No. $. fxWc; July, TT4
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
8eoaritif3 RecoTtr Early Lotiw, tut Clou
Ifrijnlar a'd Lowtr.
ACUTE WEAKNESS IN THE ERIE SHARES
General Movement of tba Market Nat
. row, Altkoagh lalted States Stoal
Preferred Has a Reassr
NEW YORK, May 14.-Prlces of stocks
receded for a time today and then recovered
parny, closing Irreguiar and lower tnan
last night. Acute weaknet-s In tne brie
shares nad an unsettling effect and seemed
to oe based on tne material decline In earn
ings coinpured with lasi eai. Amalgamated
lutcieu iroiu yesteruavs advanoe. The
Wabaan stocks were weak un tne move,
ineiil by dissatisned holders of Wabash
debenture B bonds lo enforce an accoutu
Ing. l he general movement was narrow.
evidence ot support tor United States
Steel preterred hud a somewhat reassuring
sentiment, 'the bank statement also failed
to show aa large an - impairment of the
surplua as was feared, by reason of the
unexpectedly moderate loan expansion.
However, the very large transactions of
lha week reckoned by tne system ot dally
averages by which tne nana statement Is
computed confuse the shovlna so much
that the publications beget hesitation rather
man assurance, 'today a shipment of I6.U00,
(mo gold does not figure In tne statement at
all nor dues the payment this mornlna or
W.l&l.wO by the subireasury on account of
the Japanese gold which arrived at San
rrancisco yesterday. Also, arrangements
already made point to tba shipment on
Tuesouy ot 10,5uo,uu0 ot gold and the limits
of the gold movement do not seem to be
yet in signt. Until Paris relaxes Its de
mand for gold the movement does not seem
likely to bo checked. Tne allotment of the
Russian loan In Paris may release funds
on a large scale. A possible contingency
is a resulting redundancy of supplies In
Paris which may divert the tide from that
point. The total sales of bonds today, par
value, were $tt45,0o0.
The placing of part of the Japanese loan
here establishes a fund for that govern
ment to draw upon and It la believed will
atop the shipments of Japanese gold to
San Francisco and may even Involve some
additional gold shipments from New York
on Japanese account. Alao, part of this
week's outgo of gold was ugalnst New
York subscriptions to the Russian loan.
The course of our export trade since the
Panama payment first became a problem
has diminished the supply of commercial
exchange by reason of the heavy shrinkage
In grain and cotton exports and has thrown
upon the market additional requirements
for exchange which are calling for large
gold shipments aside from the Panama
lfut It seems apparent alao that many
holders of stocks have been Induced to
keep their holdings by reason of the fear
that a rise In the money murket would
prompt the throwing over of such holdings
has been the motive for some speculative
pressure upon the market and has given
added effect to the reactionary factors Iti
the general outlook. The most influential
of these Is the conservative tone of au
thorities In the iron and steel trade. The
United States Stoel securities have played
a lending part in the week's trading, with
marked sympathetic effect on the whole
list. Railroad trafflo officials are disposed
to admit that the advent of spring weather,
although it has resulted In some revival
of traftlo has not brought forward deferred
tonnage in the volume that was expected.
Some high grade bonds have risen In
price, but the general tone In bonds has
become rather heavy in sympathy with
stocks. United .States registered Us have
declined per cent on call during the
Following was the range of prices on
the Stock exchange:
Bales. man. LOW. Close.
Baltimore tt Ohio.
do pfd .1. ,
Canadian Paclflo ..
Central of N. J
Chesapeake aV Ohio
Chicago & Alton ..
c a. w
C. N. W
C, M. A St. P
s.txai do v "4 sv
116V4 116 im
29 29 lM
. 8,100 139 139 189
. ... 175
C. T. T..
C. C, C. & St. L
Colorado Southern ...
do 1st pfd ,.
do 2nd pfd
D. , L. & W
D. & R. Q
do 1st pfd
do 2nd pfd
Hocking Valley .......
K. C. Southern
L. & U
700 107 106
Met. St. Ry
1,000 142 142VI
M. A Si
M.. St. P. & S. Ste M. 600 61 61
Missouri Paclflo 2,100 89 69
M K. & T .....
do pfd - 100 s: inv
N. R. R. of Mex. pfd. 200 86 36
New York Central 100 114W 114U
orioia ot western.
Ontario & Western.
P., C. C. & St. L
do 1st Did
do 2nd nfd 700
Rock Island Co 6,400
do pfd SoO
St. L. A 8. F. 3nd pfd 300
St. L. Southwestern
do pfd iflo
Southern Paclflo 6,800
Southern Railway ... 600
do pfd t"()
Texas & Paclflo 9u0
T., St. L. St West
Union Paclflo 10,300
do pfd 100
do pfd 1,900
W. & L. E 6i0
Wisconsin Central ... loo
do Dfd 700
1 tilted States
Amal. Copper 20.8H0
Am. Car & Foundry.. 400
do pfd 100
Am. Cotton Oil
Am. Linseed Oil
do pfd 1,800
Am. S. R 300
do pfd 600
Am. Sugar Reflnlna-.. too
Anaconda Min. Co
Brooklyn R. T 6.900
Colorado F. ft 1 400
Consolidated Gas 8,700
Oeneral Electrlo ....
800 157 168
do pfd ,
National Lead .....
North American .....
Pressed Steel Car...
do pfd ,.
Pull. Palace Car 1
Republic Steel 1.000 , 6 6
do pfd 2,200 8S 87
Tenn. Coal o Iron .. 500 83 82
V. 8. leather ........ 4o0 6
do pfd 100 79 79
U. 8. Realty 200 6 6
do pf-l 6"0 68 68
V. S. Rubber 300 16 16
do pfd 100 6f 65
V. 8. Steel 4.700 8 8
do pfd 19,800 62 61
Westing-house Elec :
Western Union 800 88 88
Total sales for the day. 174,800 sharea.
Raw York Mlalaar Stocks.
NEW YORK. May 14 -The followln
the closing prices on mining stocks
brwnaelck Co ...
t'ematock Tuosal ,
'oa. ('at. Vs..
Sojli lloia ,
riearlac tioasa Averages.
NEW YORK. May 14 -The statement of
averages of the clearing houna banks ot
this city for the week alums: Loans,
tl.uVS.PAtfO. incrtas 37.S94 sou; deposits,
$1 IL'9 SIS.4UU. decrease 82.17.410; circulation,
tiA"J.7'0, Increase $.7a,lnu; lgal tenders,
.7.uvi0. Increase 32 iXa.loO; specie, till 1IH
hut. deureaae 112 I7t,4i; reserve. $J6 til PjO.
S-creaae $10.421. : reserve required. .Ti,.
j4.jtt deureaaa kCt.tovi surplus, $iA$-'7,itf,
decrease 38.W6.91W; ex-ITnlted States depos
its, l.uw.wv ow;iB"f ia,iu,iiai.
Hew Yark Stoaey Market.
NEW YORK, May 14.-MONET-On call,
nominal; no loans. Time loans firm; sixty
days. 2 per cent; ninety days, 2 per cent;
six months, 9 per cent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 8 94
per cenv. .
RTERL.INO EXCHANGE Steadv aHth
actual buHlness In bankers' bills at $4.86t)
Ii ror aemana ana ni mm ror HO days;
posted rates, h ana H ta; commer
.1.! kiii. i miA i. .V
SILVEh Bar, 6c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, steady; railroad,
The closing quotations on bonds are as
0. S. rf. a, res.
o tm. ret
do saw 4a, rat..
do eld 4a, ref...
Atcblaon tn. 4a...
do adj. 4a
Atlantic C. h. 4a.
B ft O. 4
Canto I of Oa. la.
do ltt inc
Chaa. ft Onlo 4Ha
,.10S .Manhattaa e. f. 4s.. 101
I enirai a.....ai
. .1H! do lat ins 14
..!' I Minn. & it. t. 4a.... M
..lJiv, at.. K. a T. 4e loo
,.1AC QO ?a 19
,.1"7 N. R. R. 0t M. e. 4a. 74
N. Y. C. f. ,s....; H4
..1IWI4.N. i. c. a. la HIS
.. Ill V No. PaalDe 4a 10H
.. 5 4a la 72S
..11W5 NX. c w. c. 4a I7i
.. N 10. i. L. 4a ft par... M
..1H Pann. conr. it M
.. 7tst)' Raadlaa san. 4a MS
..104 8t. L. 4fc 1. If. e. Sa-.U.'S
iniram a A. !
. . iBh 91. Ia as. r. Tm Am 9
C. U. A U. B. 4a... 4Vk 8t. U g. W la a4
C. M 4 f. P. a 4a..lii!.v, graboard A. L. 4a.... a
C. A N. W. a. Te....l2t( So Partno 4a M
C. R. I. P. 4a... t Fa. Rallwajt ii 1114
do sol. b 1 iTaxaa a P. la 115)4
C.C.C. ft S L. s 4a. .1001 T., St. L A W. 4a.. TO
I'bloato Tar. 4a...
JH t'nloa PadAa 4a 104
ion. l oDacco 4s...
Colo, ft So. 4a....
D. ft K. ii. as
Erla prior Man 4a.
do fan. 4a
F. W. ft D. C. la
Hocklns Val. 4 4i
. aw i ao eonv. 4a 91
. I4V4 V. S. Steal Jd 6a T1TI
. Wabaah la -..1144
. n do dab. B Mi
. 8W W. Sc 1. B. 4a '
. ioivi nn. icnuai a aot
L. ft N. tint. 4a 101
.mils -oio. r. aa g. a. as. . u
Bostoa itoek ttootatloas.
BOSTON. May 14.-Call loans. !(J3 par
cent; time loans, vail per cent, umoiai
closing of stocks and bonds:
Atcblaon adj. 4a.... 0 weatlnt. common
do 4a WA Advanture
Max. Cautral 4a Allouc
Atchison aai' Amlaraata4
Boaton ft Albanr 24
Boaton ft Malna 1M
fioatua Klavaisd ....140
Vltcbburt pld '-it
Mex. Central H
K. Y.. N. H. ft H...H7
Para Marquette 79
Union faclllc a2
Amar, Arta. Cham... 14
do pld 1'
Amar. Sutar 124
do pld lxa
Amer. T. ft T 1!
Amar. Woolen 10 "4,
do ptd i4i
Dominion I. 8 10Vi
Bdlaon dec. I'lu Ml
Cal. ft Heels.,.
Copper Rente ..
Iila Roral ...
Maaa. Mlnlnt .
Mont. C. ft C.
Old Dominion .
re ma reek
U. t. Mlnlnt...
V. n. oil
. Maaa. Electrle
United Shoe Maok..
V . steal
do pfd .,,
Loadon Stock Market.
LONDON, May 14. Closing:
Coneola, monar... so 11-14, N. Y. Central.
dn tcraunt SQIA
Norfolk ft W
Anaconda ,. ITs
do pfd 4ti
Baltimore ft Ohio.... 7
Canadian Pacific ....11114,
Chea. ft Ohio H,
Chicago Ot. W 16V
C , M. ft Bt. P 14a
Denver ft R. O so
do pfd 70
do lat pfd..,.,.... a2
do Id pfd I
lllinola Central 1SJ
Lou.la. ft Naah Uo
M.. K. ft T la!
Ontario ft W.
Rand Minos ..
do lat pfd..
do Id pfd. .
So. Railway ,.
So. Paclflo ....
I'nlon Paelta .
t. 8. Steal
KILVKR Bar, quiet, 264d per ounce.
MONEY-1 per cent.
The rata of discount In the open market
fni ahnrt hllla I o - . 4 . i
months bills, Kofi 1-18 per cent.
' Bank Clearlaa-s.
OMAHA, April 14. Comparative state
ment of bank clearings fur the wseki
w ' 1804. 1903.
Monday $1,318,287.38 $1,276,766.64
Tuesday 1.S04. 146.86 18.104.22.168s
Wednesday 1,181,741.89 1,277,629.87'
inursaay I,4iw,L'SZ. 1,2X7, all.39
Friday 1,299,611.84 1.38,e39.d
6aturday 1,107,888.03 1,304,821.48
A decrease of $202,7.17.4$ from the corre
sponding week last year.
New York Imports aad Exports.
NEW YORK, May 14.-Total Imports of
dry goods and general merchandise at the
port of New York for the week ending
today wore valued at $12,942,888.
Exporte of specie from New York for the
week were $400,10 silver and $13,976,702 gold.
Imports of specie at New York during the
week were $48,990 gold and $91,342 silver.
Forelara . riaaaalal.
LONDON, May 14. Rates for money
were extremely eaav In the market tn.
day and the surplus accounts were higher,
un the Stock exchange there waa tha
usual eaiuraay lassitude. 1 tie undertone
was fairly firm, but all-round nrnflt tak
ing reduced the market to a condition of
exhaustion. Consols were easier and
home rails had a sagging tendency. Amer
icans were dull In anticipation of a bad
bank atatement. They closed uuist after a
slight nominal recovery.
fAttia, May 14. on tne Bourse today
rices tell off some, but the market closed
rm. Russian internal 4s. 88.80: 3 Der cant
rentes, 96f 90o for the account.
bliKLIN, May 14. On the Bourse todsv
trading was dull; quotations mostly lower.
Cotton Market. '
LIVERPOOL. May 14.-COTTON-not
3ulet; prices 4 points lower: American in Id
ling fair, 7.64d; middling, 7.62d; good mid
dling, 7.84d; low middling, 7.2od; good or
dinary, 7.0kd; ordinary, 6.M8d. The sales of
tne day were 4. WO bales of which 20U were
for speculation and export, and Included
8.600 American. Receltits. 7.000. Including
4,000 Amerlcsn. Furores quiet: May and
June, v.ua; June ana July, i.ubd; July and
August 7.02d; August and September, 6.80d;
September and October, .28d; October and
November. I.OSd: December and Januarv.
6.9td: January and February, 6.96d.
. u t . luna, iuuy i. vw 1 I u r U-
turea, quiet; May, 13.14c; June, 13.26c; July,
13.8Sc; August, 18.01c; September, 11.70c;
October, 11. Stic; November, 11.18c December,
11.17c; January 11.18c. Snot, quiet; mid
dling uplands, 13.66c; middling gulf. 13.80c;
aalea, 8M bales.
NEW ORLEANS. Msv 14 PflTTOW-.
Futures, steady; May, 13.90c; June, 13.67(3
13.69c; July, 13.77lS.78c; August, 13.82613.63c;
September, 11.67 11. 58c: October, 11.074
11.08c; November, lo.SfitflO 98ci December,
lo.H&ioaoc; January, ia.iwail.00c. Spot
quiet; aales, 700 bales; ordinary, 11 8-16o;
good ordinary, 2Hc: low middling, 13o;
middling, 13Hc: middling fair, 14 8-I80. Re
ceipts, 1.162 bales; stock, 175 807 bales.
ST. LOUIS, May 14.-COTTON Quiet and
unchanged; middling, 18Hc; sales, none;
recelpta. none; shipments, none; stock, 13,
t. Loala Grata aad ProTlaloas.
at. t-uuis. May 14. wheat Firm: No.
$ red, cash, elevator, 81.03V; track, $1.06(3
l.7V: No. 3 hard, 8ofl7c; July, 820 bid;
September, 79o asked.
CORN Lower; No. 3 cash, 61e; track, 62
tfc; July, 4"c ; September, 4e.
CIITJ W..I.. X . nauu Ait... . . ..k. un
43Hc; No. 3 white, 46c; July, 3ou alA; Sep-
FLOUR Steady and unchanged: red win
ter patents, 84.9o4j6.o0; special brands, Wfp
36o higher; extra fancy and atralght, $4.i)0
4.88; clear, $3.804.15. .
SEED Timothy, steady at $3.40(2.88.
CORN MEAL $2.40.
BRAN Slightly lower; sacked, east track,
HAY-Sleady; Umothy, $8.0I314.60; prairie,
IRON COTTON TIES-820.
lieMV TWINE Bo.
PROTTSIONS-Pork, lower; Jobbing, $11.26.
Lard, higher; prime steam $6.97H. Bacon,
steady; loxed extra ahorta, $7.124; clear
ribs, $7.60; short clear, $7.76.
POULTRY Steady; chickens, ISc; spring,
$2Uti4 00 per doa.; turkeys, 10c; ducka, 3c;
HIITTITRHlnii! creamery. IfVfMlf. 1alrv
tuas Steady, 13VC, rase count. '
Flour, bbls. I.O11O 4.U1O
Wheat, bu tl.uia) T7,0o0
Corn, bu M.CmO S3.0n0
Oats, bu dO.OuO 68,(M)
Evaporated Apple aad Dried Pratt.
NEW YORK. May 14 EVAPORATED
AI'l'LES No change, either In prices or
general trade conditions. Common are
quoted at 44J6WC: prime at 6Vb;64c; choice
at tiVh'-je. diiJ fancy at 7ti"o.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRIriTS Prunes
ahirw im Improvement as a result of the
alight Improvement In demand and price
still range from 3o to 644c, according to
grade. At'ilcots attract a fair Jobbli.g de
mand ami rule firm; choice are quoted at
tiiliHtC and choice at 9HSI0C. Pes chea
also are moving fairly well and with hold
er confident prices are firmly held. Choice
are quoted at 7s'?i74c. extra chol. e at
HHc, and fancy at DVyaiQc.
Toledo leed Market.
TOLKDO, May 14 SEEDS-Clover, cash,
$&0; Oolober, 38 V6. Alaira, prime, to 15;
August, fM.. Timothy, prima, $1.40; sap
OMAUA LIVE S10CH MARKET
Ctttl EtceipU Light All tht Wsck and
Pric$ About Butdy,
HOGS HAVE ALSO SHOWN LITTLE CHANGE
sail Raa of Sheep aad La rubs, wltk
Qaalltr laterlor, and wltk m t.lea
Ited Demaad Market for Week
No More Thaa Steady.
SOUTH OMAHA. May 14. 1904.
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Official Monday ...
Official Tuesday ...
Total this week 14.178
Same day last week. ...18.011
Same days week before. 28.419
Same tlirea weeks ago... 21. 769
Same four weeks sgo... .23.12
Same dava laat vaar U2.108
RECEIPTS FOR THE YEAR TO DATS
The following table shows the receipts of
cattle, bogs and sheep at South Omana for
the year to date with oumparlaon with laat
year: lfloa taut. Inc. Dec.
Cnttle 3j0.010 8fi6.180 t.lM
Hogs 834,670 861.97 82.603
BheeD i.lSMl any lot 130.373
Average prices paid lor bogs at South
(.'nana ior tne last several oa wim vm-
Date. I M1H.19M.1J0$.1801.1.U.18
t .390 lti !'2't
Th official number of cart of
brought In today by each road was:
cattle, xious. enwep.
C. M. A BL P.
Union Pacific syBtem
C. & N. W
K, E. 4 M. V ,
C, St. P., M. & O... ,
B. ft M
C, B. at Q
K. C. & St. J
C, K. L s P., east.. ,
C, R. I. oc P., west..
Chicago Ut. western
Total recelpta I
Tha disposition of tha day's receipts was
aa follows, each iuyer purchasing tne num
ber ot head inaiuated;
Buyers. Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
umana racking CO
Swift A Co i 36
Cudahy Packing Co
Armour at CO
Swift, from St. Joseph
Armour, from Sioux City.. ..
Other buyers 4
Totals 40 fili "640
CATTLE There were practically no
fresh arrivals ot cattle this morning and
for the week recelpta have also been very
moderate. As compared with last week
there Is a decrease amounting to nearly
4.000 head and aa compared with the same
wsek of last year, tha decrease amounts to
about 8,000 head. Other marketa have also
had moderate receipts so that the total
supply for th week at all the principal
marketa shows ' a loss aa compared with
Considering the light receipts the beef
Steer market has not been entirely satis
factory to the selling Interests. Each day
salesmen tried to get more money and
while the market did show some strength
on a few oocastons, still trading as a rule
waa slow with no Ufa or tone to tha mar
ket such as would naturally be expected
with light offerings. As compared with
the close of laat week, price are very
little different and In fact there Is not
enough change In either direction to be
worthy of mention. The cause for the
lack of demand on the part of packers Is
found In the fact that eastern marketa
have been rather flooded with dressed beef
so that packers could not take their usual
amount of stock. Good to choice beef
steers are quotable from $4.6O&'6.00 a 1th
something fancy a little above that. Fair
to good grades sell from 34.0mu4 W, and com
mon to fair from 1s.6w14.oo.
Tha cow market is also fust about steady
ror the week. The proportion ot cow stun
to the total receipts has been small all
the week so that there have been none too
many to supply even the limited demands I
of local packers. Salesmen tried to ad- I
vance prlcea but were unable to do so aa
packers persistently refused to raise their
bids. Cannera are very slow sale and are
undoubtedly lower. Some of them have to
sell below $2.00, but most of them sell from
3.vO&8.26, with cutters from $2.603.00; fair
o aood arades. 13 Otxaa.60. and good to
choice from 33.60iff4.26.
Bulls have been in fairly good demand
all the week and are safely steady. Oood
10 cnotc grades sen irom 3s.bug4.tu; isir
to good from 33.0o4fJ.6O, and commoner
grades from $3.00 down. Veal calves have
been In llheril aunnlv all tha week and
prices are In extreme cases a quarter lower.
With the exception of something veiy.
choice, which In extreme cases will bring
eo jo, aoout .UU ts tne top.
Blockers and feeders have been in fairly
good demand and the better gradea may
be quoted steady for the week. Common
sinns tnougn, nave been neglected and are
a little lower. Oood to choice srrsdea sell
from 33.1Vfl4.26: fair to aood. 33.6CKa3.76. and
the commoner kinds from $3.60 down. Rep
Me. At. Ft. No. A, ft
1 444 8 00
BTOCKli-Ud AND FEEDERS.
1 440 8 M 3 1U 4 M
WOUS There waa a light run here this
morning, but the market uld not snow any
improvement, 'ine quality of th offerings
waa hardly as good aa yesterday anu, tak
ing that tact into consideration, the mar
km started out about steady. After pack
ers had their more urgent orders filled
they were inclined to be bearish, so that
the close waa alow and weak. Tha bulk
of tha hogs went from 34 60 to $4.70, with
choice loads selling from 34.70 to 4476. The
commoner kinds went from M.60 down. Al-
tnougn tne market was not active at any
time, still practically evervthlna waa de
posed ot by 10 o'clock la the morning.
For the week receipts have been light,
aa there Is a decrease aa compared with
laat week amounting to mora than 16,00
head and aa compared with th same week
of last year there is a decrease ot about
24.000 head. Tne market has not fluctuated
mucn during tn week, but prices have
averagad a littlo better than laxt week,
though at the close the market Is only a
shade higher than at the close of last week.
Packers have not taken hold with much
life, so that It has been Impossible for
salesman to advance th market lo any
extent. Representative sales;
. At. sb. Pr.
let 44 4 34
AT. Sb. Pr.
.114 14 4 rruj
40 I ut
4 41 i,
4 47 J
.. 4 M
44 4 40
.. 4 4244
.lis lee e sit
.141 140 41
.tut HO 4 4IV4
,t4 144 4 44
.113 1J0 4 44
.114 40 4 44
.lit 40 4 44
.! 144 4 44
.ir 40 4 44
SO 4 46
ISO 4 46
3x0 4 48
... 4 44
40 4 44
1 4 4 4(1
164 40 4 14
.IW ... 4 70
)M 110 4 10
.111 t40 4 10
mo 4 414
li 4 414
. . .i7
40 4 47
40 4 47
40 4 41
140 4 47
14 4 17
ll 4 41
T '-'44 4X1 I 17
44 Ut aO 4 17 'I
SHEEP There were not enough sheep In
sight this morning to make a markM. For
the week offtilnga show a tallln. iff as
compared M'.'i 1.1st week amunntlng to
about 608) bead end as compared with th
correapuiiding week of laat year there is a
decrur.e c' nboi't 3 Ul head.
The bulk cf (he receipts this wek has
been muds up of sheep and lambs ot only
fslr quality. Packers have not appeared
to be particularly anxious for any great
quantity anil aa a result the market has
been j low. without much change In prleea.
Th sUuailou ca-H beet be disunited by call
4 7Vi 7 141 $ 9
4 76 3 90
4 81 T W
4 7Hf. T lu $88
4 814, 7 08 $ 88
4 tUVa 7 01 86
7 0a 96
4 74 7 04 7 OS
78 3 98
4 74Vs 8 82
4 71W $ 83 7 87
4 S 77 7 A3
4 l 84 f 96
83 $ 90
4 68 a 76 7 1
4 Ifc 7 01
5 141 6 76
4 Mft 8 73 7 03
4 66H M 8
4 645s 6 3 i 98
e 3 83 7 00
4 87V4 $ 83 7 08
4 68W 7 07
4 64 $ 64
4 61 6 44 8 88
4 68 6 41 7 0-.
4 6M4 6 3G 7 12
$ 48 $ 68
$ 4i S .1
$ 461 $ 7&
I $2 8 671
6 so 3 M
I 39 3 l
8 841 3 7
e 8 V
8 i 3 o
6 11 I 8 65
6 84 3 68i
t 221 3 U
8 10 $ 69
6 12 8 ai
5 16 3 Si
8 lit 3 62
6 lo, 8 W
I 3 Ml
ing the market rather slow, but about
Steady with the close of laat week.
Quotations for clipped stock 1 Oood to
Choice lamba, $6 8047 6. uS; fair to good lambe,
$5.(,iw8 60; good to choice wooled lamba,
$6 90f.76: fair to good wooled lambs.. 88 0)
ti4!": good to choice yearlings or wether.
K.OOCt.K; fair to good yearllnas or wethers,
$4.7bjj6.00; good to choice ewes. $.70Tj4 90;
fair to good ewes, $4.&0j4.70. -
No. Avar, rr, .
Mi westers wethers 1.... 80 4 o
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MtRKET
frlees Hal Firm eat Reeelsli Are
CHICAOO. May 14 CATTLE Receipts
too head; market rood;' prime steers, $." 10
S6.66; poor to medium. $4.6n4.$i; Blockers
and feeders, 13 104.40; cows, $17.Va4 35;
heifers. 2.i'J4.iJ; canners. 1.15ii'..75; bul.s,
$2.oofi4.00; calves, $2.6tx&i.26; Texaa fed
HOtlf Receipts 8.0CO head; estimated
Monday, 8a.0t.i0 head; market steady; mixed
and butchers, $4.70'fT4.9"; good to choice
heavy, 64.e.(ir4 .90; rough heavy, $4.60r4.75;
light. 84.6.V3'4.i: bulk of sales, $4.76 4 83.
SHEEP AND LAMKS-Rerelpts l.OCO
head; market steady; lambs, steady; good
to choice wethera, $4.6Mt6.60: fair to choice
mixed 33.76u4.bO; western sheep, $4.6Ofib.60;
clipped native lambs. $4.&0a6.tx?; clipped
western lambs. $4.76iti.l0; wooled western
lambs, $0. 26fc6. 80.
St. Loal Live Steele Market.
ST. IOt'18 May 14.-CATTLFi-Recclits
150 head, no Texans; market steady; native
shipping and export steers, $4 6fi6.C5;
dressed beef and butcher steers, $4 26sj&.60;
steers under l.ooo pounds, 34.25Hi4.60; Block
ers snd feeders, 84.2Gji6.fl0; cows and heifers,
J3.26fi4.75;- canners, $t.3W.6S; bulls, $2.6.Vtf
.00; calves, $3.00v5.00; Texas and lndlitn
steers, $3.364.78: cows and heifers, $3.(K'
HOO8 Receipts Hn0 head; market about
steady; pigs and lights. $4.25tj4.60; packers,
34 5004 88; butchers and beet heavy, 34.76tf
SHEEP AND LAMH8 Recelpta 800
head; market steady; native) muttons, 34.00
ft 5.60; lambs, 85.00dj8.nn; culls and bucks,
$4.OOHgC.0O; stockers, $2.60 3.00.
St. Joseph Lire Stock Market.
8T. JOSEPH, May 14. CATTLE Recelpta
82 head; market unchanged.
HOUS Recelpta 3.9W heed; market
steady; lights. 4.66a4.85; medium and
heavy, $4.70Sj4.8S. ,
SHEEP AND LAMBg-Recelpte non.
Stock ia Sight.
Following are the receipts of live stock
inr in aix principal western cities yester
Cattle. Hops. Sheep.
.. 44 6.930 640
.. 800 8.000 7,000
.. 900 4,000 6,0)0
.. 160 . 2.fi0 300
.. 82 8.966
Kansas Olty .
St. Joseph ....
Sioux City ...
1.626 29,190 6.840
LONDON. May 14. WOOL The offerings
at the auction sales todny amounted to 12,
021 bales In good condition. Competition
waa brisk and prices were maintained.
Americuns bought a fair quantity of light
Victorian. New Zealand was In active de
mand for France. Medium greaales and
fine scotireds were quickly taken by Ger
man buyers. CroBsbreda were In general
demand and a good supply was taken for
America, Next week 85,530" bales will ba
offered. Following are the sales In detail:
New South Wales, 3,000 bales; scoured. 10d
Is 7d; greasy, 5V4W1S Wt. Queensland, 1,100
hales: scoured, 9dls lid; greasy, 10rl(S
Js Hd. Victoria, :,700 bales; scoured. 9dfj
U 14d; greasy, 7d(ffls Irt. South Australia,
I, 800 bales; greasy, 7Vrt?lld. West Aus
tralia, 100 bales; greasy, 6Qttttd. . Tas
mania, 28 bales; greasy, lRifls 1(1. New
Zealand, 6.000 bales; scoured, 9d7?ls 7Hd;
greasy, 6Vjd8ls Id. tape of Oood Hope and
Natal, 9"0 bales; scoured, 7Hd2 d;
greasy, 6'8V4d. The arrivals of wool for
the fourth series amount to 89,126 bales. In
cluding 44,600 forwarded direct to spinners.
ST. LOUI8. May 14. WOOL Steady ; Me
dium grades, combing and clothing, 17(g21c;
light fine, imlc; heavy fine, 1214c; tub
NEW YORK, May 14. WOOL Firm ! o
n.estlc fleece, 2S32c
Snarar and Molaasea.
NEW TORK, May 14. SUGAR Raw,
firm; fair refining, 8 6-16(f3o; centrifugal,
96 test, 8 13-lfx8Tie; molasses sugar, 3 ll-ltf
80. Refined, firm; No. 6, 4.40c; No. 7, 4-86o;
No. 8. 4.80c; No. 8, 4.85c: No. 10, 4.80c: No.
II. 4.16c; No.) 12, 4.10c; No. 13, 4.06c; No. 14,
4c; confectioners' A, 4.65c; mold A, 6. Ho;
cut loaf, 8.60c ; crushed, 6.60c; powdered,
4.90c; granulated, 4.80c; cubes, 6.05.
kettle, aood to choice. 8167370.
NEW ORLilvA N &, May 14. BlJtfAJ
atendvf icien kettle. 8Vif7)3 8-16o: onen ket-
ti centrt'ugal. 34jc: centrifugal whites. 4H
34Hc; ye lows, 34if4ic; seconds, 2SUc.
MOlASSEft-Nominal; open kettle. aCVt
IT: centrifugal, I0l6o. Byrup, nominal, 80
J26o. . , .
' I Oil and Roala.
OIL CITY. Pa.. May 14. OILS Credit
balances, 3162; certificates, no bid; ship
ments, 62.694 bbls., average 77,851 bbls,;
runs, 87,461 bbls., average 76,834 bbls.; ship
ments. Lima, 45,894 bbls., average 68.106
t L. 1 - . ...... I Art rj-.l KKta ni.mr-a mm. V .
iIB, , lUlM) v,w w.
NEW YORK. May 14.-OIL8 Cotton
seed, easv; prime crude, nominal; prime
yellow. fc7tc. Petroleum, easy! refined.
New York, $8.15; Philadelphia and Balti
more, $8.10; In bulk, $A.t0. Turpentine,
steady, f&58Ho. , ,
RoarN Quiet; strained, common to good,
SAVANNAH. May 14. OILS Turpentine,
ROBIN Firm; A. B. C. D. $2 60; E. $2.65;
F. $2.70; G. $2.76; H, $2.80; I, $3.00i,K, $3.16;
M. $3.20; N, $3.30; W O. $3.50; W W, $3.80.
Neve Yark Lira Stock Market.
NTTW YORK, May 14. CATTLEBewves,
recelpta, none. Pressed beef quiet at 0',4ja
8V4c per lb. for nntlve sides.' Exrnrta to
day, 2.090 cattlei 516 aheep and 7.2-00 quay
. . W A
CALVE Receipts, 107 head. Market was
steady; common to good veals, $3.5O5.50;
cltv dressed veals, slow, 0c.
HOOn Receipts, S lli ntiao. , moiie lur
sole: nominally weak.
heud. Clipped sheep, firm; clipped lambs,
10c higher; unshorn stock nominal: clipped
aheep, 86.30; cnppea iiinioe, eo.jimvo.o.
Dressed mutton, 8ft10tto; dressed lambs,
firm at 10WilH.
.Tinir vmiv lurav 14 pntrtrartr' flnot
Rio, stesdy; No. 7 Invoice, 6Tc; tnilfl.
steady; Cordova, lOifflac. Futures openrd
Steaay at unennngea prices in reione m
. .1 1 . r,,n,n..n aKlaa anil rennrta thnt
primary reeelnta during the holiday had
fieen light. Demand waa very limited,
however, and soon after th opening th
manet sgaei orr a parum d i)inif, .-iu
Ing net unchanged to 6 points lower. Sales
were reported of 16.800 bags. Including May
St 6.60c; Julv. 8.70c; September. R.807ifi.8ic;
December, 6.203.26c; March, 6.456.to.
' Metal Market.
,ST. LOUia May 14.-METAL8 Lead,
dull. $4.$7H. Spelter, dull. 86 00.
NICW YORK. Msv 14 METALS Quiet
and steady, with only small lots called for.
i-nwxwmm I.W. . Ill Rn. m. m.nt Tl Vt Irt. Xl X 1 ''X'rf
18 26; caatliig,'$12.87H)0'lS.12Vi: casting. $12.8TH
I913.12H. Tin. quiet; spot. $?7.26(f?7.v: , May
Oeiivery. l.rI.OHTUI W, rtrenrr, mri !..,
6.ZD. Ieaa, spot, s4.owm.iu. iroti. ,
and nominally unchanged from previous
Dry Ooods Market.
NEW YORK. May 14.-DRY OOOD8
The week Just clossd has shown a decided
Improvement In the demand for spot goods.
Warmer weather throughout the country
haa haen mnlnlv easnnnnlble for this In
activity. ' Trad In nearby aectlona has
opened up snd from now on the demand at
both first and aecnnd hands is expected to
Oalnta Grain Market.
..mtf a . . J U'lIK IT Th a . . .
UUIjU 1 II, iwu.y (. .... ...
No. 1 hard. 81.c; No. 1 northern. B0c; No.
i northern, 57e. to nrnvei no. i naro,
c: No.1 1 northom, 82c; No. 8 northern,
wc. .n rraca; t iiuiuinii, w.n,
No" northern, B7;'fjslc; May. 80Vc; July,
ttr; ..ntember, 9ic.
OATtJ To arnve ana oa traca, ezo.
tloni'rilr Lire Stock Market.
MOrx CITY. Ia.. May 14.-(Speclal Tele
cam. 1 CATTLE Recelnt a, 200 dead. Mar
ket steady; beeves. $861141480; cow, hulls
per mixed. $3.fjri4 .80; stockers and feeders,
$1003.80; calves and yearlings, $2 753.76.
SAMUEL BURNS, JR.,
Hiph pratlf railitind necurltlcH, 4 per cent.
School District and Muntcipnl bonds, 4 and 5 jx r cent.
Wc buy and sell Tnion Stock Yards tn'k.
let National, Omaha.
Urnalia Matioiial UanK .
HOOS-Rccelpts. 4 nn bead. Market
Strang, selling St M (n4.70; bulk, $4j4 ei.
CARRIER BAFFLES ROBBERS
Mlaaoari Maa Remove Obstraellna
freru Railroad Track aad Is
rloesly I a) red.
CHILLICOTHR. Mo.. May 14-An at
tempt waa made near Sampsel today to
wreck Wabash passenger train No. 1, th
Cnnnonball, which left St. Louis last higllt
bound for Omaha and the northwest.
James Dunn, rural free delivery carrier,
went to Sumpsol station tn get mail from
the Cannonball. The train waa a few
minutes late and he walked up the track,
lantern In hand. A few hundred yards
from the station he found two railroad
tirs bound across the rails. Me removed
the obstar.lea and started back to th sta
tion. Before he had gone half the distance
he was attacked by two men, who bent him
almost into Insensibility and stnbbed him
four times with a knife. Hi wounds ar
serious. Th strangers disappeared In the
darkness and nothing more hna been seen
Scientists Ulsenas Edacatlos.
BOSTON. Muv 14 The extension of edu
cation to adults was the general topic
considered today at the closing session of
the convention of the American Social Sci
ence nssoclntlon. President Charles W.
Eliot ot Hitrvnrd university outlined th
problem. The program also Included popera
by Dr. Melville Oewey, state librarian nt
Albany N. Y.,. who spoke upon "Higher
Education for Adults at Home Through
Life." and by Dr. Henry M. Leipslger.
superintendent of free lectures of New
York City, who discussed the relation of
free ptibllo lectures to the education of
REAL ESTATE THASr'ER.
Deeds filed for record Mny 14, 1904, as fur
nished by the Midland Guarantee and
Trust company, bonded abstracter, 1014
Fnrism street, for The Bee:
Emma M. Gusts f son and husband to
August Norden, part of lots 1 and 8,
block 65, Credit Ponder add $ 600
C. D. Hutchinson to Oeorge E. Gift,
lot 8. Dennett's eubdiv., and lots 9,
10 and 11. block 3. Orchard Hill..
Sheriff to Sarah J. Mom
ow. lot 28.
nit tie s sunuiv
National Land company to Belle Wy-
land, a piece of ground in aw cor
ner se', 32-16-13 iOO
Q. W. Wakefield" to May L. IOaton.
undivided half Interest In lot 6,
Shaw's subdlv 1
Michael O'Hern and wife- to Duncan
Gray, lot 1, Freeman's subdlv 1,875
Ames C. Pennook and wife to Flor
ence P. Lcavltt, trustee, part of lot
7. block 6. Reed's lat add 1
Mission Society of the Methodist Epis
copal Church to Amos C. Pennook.
part of lot 7, block 6, Reed's 1st add. 1
Henry W. Pennock, trustee et at., to
Florence P. Leavltt. trustee, same.. 1
Henry H.. Ernst nnd wife to William
O. Clement, lot 16, block 4, Cottier
A Archer's 600
University of Michigan to John II.
Vance, lot 6 and pert of lot 7, block
5. E. V. Smith's add 4,500
John Norbergh and wife to Peter N.
Winter and wife, lot 16, block 4,
Ambler Place 1.001
Frank Thompson, executor, to Thomn
E. Olsen, lot 10, block 22, OmiUia
William L. Bessell, trustoe. td H, O.
Harte et al trustees, sH of Per
kins' subdlv SS.000
W. H. D. Bus and wlfo to D. V.
Sholea company, . part of lot 26,
Archer Place i.300
Frank Banawclough to Minnie G.
Green, part of lota 1 and 3, block 8,
Shinn's add MM
L0WREY BR0S.& CO
Boom 113, N. Y. Life Building. 'Phone 3616.
Speolal attention given to telegraph and
mail orders, OdAHA.
ship In 14 gold mines and I great
rold mills, producing gold aa
Price advances May
statements, mineral, bottle vt
concentrates, pictures, free.
SIKSKT OOf.n CO. i SOO Mark Block,
, - National Bank
of Omaha, Neb.
U. 8. tsetltwr
Capital tad Surplus, JWO.00O
rSAK auam, free. mifmiT.N.
LUT1C8 D4UU. Cjakaef.
nm T. BAJIIL70M. Asst Csaalsr.
' Bmln sseseans t Waka, kaakees. nmf
atloas, Snas aa4 MetSsals aa UfawoAJe
rorelia tefeaag keocht as sn!4.
taatan a Credit laauaO, erasable ta all
Satte of tka areria.
leiarast fl oa Time OertSSoata st favaaH.
' CallacUoua a4 araiaatlr sa4 aeenenilnallj.
reaaest umani tesis.
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1320 Farnam St. Tel. 108
, We buy and sell South
Omaha Union Stock .
THE MARKET CHART CO.
furnishes reliable and conservative Infor
mation on the Stock and Oraln markets.
Terms 16 per mon.h. No trader can afford
lo be without thla service. We have sonre
thing Interesting in WHEAT. Addrets,
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WHY 171-2 CENT COTTON
WILL EQUAL 551.83 WHEAT.
. IN ITS EPPUCT ON Tita STOCK flARKBT.
aa. fee tht. latter anewls. what eoke ta kaf l
make lba moat aouer est ef the coaUbf rte.
Ordoea iecuta4 In ell !late4 eiaake far Ineeetment
or ea martin. Special auaellee lao t Wla.ng
gent for Illurtr.te4 koak 4eKrlkiBf saaaaMaa. sii4
CROWN KINO MINES CO.
laferaatloa wnMrnln. tola mJaaele trei4f an4
all eti.er UNLISTkO Kluckl sLaarfullr fumlaW.
J. I. IVIcLEAi & CO., Bankers
Mala Olaee, SS Dia4 It Raw Yark.
Updike Commission Co.,
, CHAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Bualnias t-anJlad promptly In all marketa
Cfflc. 8S3 Bee Building,
O W. VPU1KK, MANAGER.
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