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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAT 28, 1913.
13 mm i HKAIi ESTATE CITT PHOPERTV FOH SALH. Two Close In Homes One-Tenth Cash 1540 So. 25th Ave. $3,750 Six rooms, parlor, dining room, vestl tul and den, all finished In oak: Kitchen and upstairs In best grade yellow pine. Two large bedrooms and bath. Down stairs den has clothes closet; can be used for bedroom If desired. Full foundation, cement cellar sidewalk; 1170 cash, 137 a month. 1527 SO. 27TH ST., $3,500 Five rooms, large living room across the front, dining room on southeast cor ner, kitchen: front and back vestibule,; oak finish downstairs: paved street; ce- f t sidewalks. A Splendid place. TTINGB & HEYDEN. 1614 Harney St. New Substantial Dundee Residence Located at 6117 California St., one block from car line, In the new Dundee district, wherts high-class homes recently have been built. This 8-room modern house, constructed of the best materials Is alio attractive In arrangement and design. A largo living room with brick fire place and built-in bookcases and an especially on the second floor, are among the fea tures of this house. Quarter-sawed oak finish first floor. Oak floors throughout. Good sized bedrooms. If looking for a Rood home, let us show you this house. Reasonable terms. George & Company SOI-U City National Bank Bldg. Phone Douglas 7E6. FIELD CLUB DISTRICT An elegant, practically new house, with three bedrooms and bath on second floor; reception hall, living room, dining room and kitchen on first floor; finished in oak. with maple floors, screens and storm sash; backyard nicely fenced; paved street; lovely yard; A No. 1 neighbor hood; closo to car line and ochcol. Price, BEMIS-OAELBEBG CO., 810412 Brandcla Theater Bldg. On the Hill $500 Dots this new square modern home. 8-room, full 2-story, brick foundation. Stairway to floored attic best Tale fur race. Wolff plumbing. Paved street on Harney line, close to fine school. After fGOO, you pay only HO monthly. Immediate possession for you. O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO. 1018 Omaha Natl. Doug. 2716. Evenings H. 333 or H. 6134 GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY 1350 CASH buys new 7-room house, all modern, on paved street, side walks In. yard sodded, wall paper and fixtures to suit purchaser; oak finished throughout; 1 block to car. PRICE ONLY J3.G0O. Terms. REED BROS. 303 Brandcla Theater Bldg. Douglas 501. Dundee Finely located lot, best part Dundee. Largo shade trees, fruit trees; close to oar. Very desirable. Price, S1,66U Call owner, Douglas 1722. BENSON & CARMICEAEL, 642 Pazton Block. Less Than Cost Seven rooms, all modern, hardwood fin ish, south front, fine view, walking dis tance, (4.600. Gallagher & Nelson 4S3 Brandels Bldg. Douglas 3S82. . CLOSE IN T rooms, den, mantel and fireplace, all modern; -lovely basement; laundry with hot and cold water; large south front lot 60x150; paved street; close to Crelghton university; located near boulevard and California St Price cut to 1,S50. BEMIS-GARLBERG CO., 810-312 Brandels Theater Bldg. $250 Cash Balance easv mnhthlv- rwivments! new 6-room house: east front: first floor nicely finished in oak; large living room; cement walks; nicely sodded yard; ftno neighborhood; blocks to car. Price 12,900. Call owners, D. 1722. BENSON & OAHMICHAEL, 42 Paxton Block. Bemis Park District $500 DOWN; $50 PER MO. Will buy an 8-room, 2-story house; oak and maple floors, large cellar and fruit room, fine sleeping porches, garage and cement driveways, beautiful yard, paved streets, storm and screen windows; abso lute' v all modern Ask to see it. INTiflttMOUNTAIN REALTY CO. Phone L'twlaa 4025. 1&3 Douglas St. $500 CASH Modern 6-room house, fine condition. nearly new, 2825 North ,24th street. Grow. lng in value daily as business corner. Price, 23,300; rental value, $300. Pay ISOQ cash, balance 130 per month. On market until June 1. C. S. Shopard, Owner. "Webster 2612. FOR SALE By owner, 9-room house; modern except heat; in best of repair; close in. 1S18 Webster St. $200 CASH And the balance easy payments. An 8-room house. West Farnam, modern ex cept furnace. Price 13,200. Ganges tad, 404 Bee Bldg. Doug. 8477. COTTAGES FOR SALE TO BE MOVED. tor Particulars Phone Douglas 3353. TO BUY. SELL OR RENT, FIRST SEE JOHN W ROBBINS. 1S02 FARNAM ST. FOR Florence. property Tel. Flor. 276. C L. Nethaway, Florence, resident agent. AllSTKACTn OK TITLH. REED Abstract Co., oldest abstract of. flee In Nebraska. 206 Brandels Theater. HEAL ESTATE. FARM Jk RANCH LANDS TOR. 8 ALU. Arkansas. COME to Madison Co., Ark., amidst the pleasant Ozarks. for the cheapest and r best homes in America; perfect health; Ideal climate; pure spring water; free x range and productive solL Jones, Petti grew. Ark. California. SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY ALFALFA and FRUIT Lands. Southern Pacific and Santa Fe main lines traverse our absolutely level tract. Only 15 feet to water; also artesian wells. Five hours' run to either Bon Francisco or Los Angeles, with a combined popula tion of far over 1.000,000. 1125 PER ACRE EAST TERMS. Join our half-rate excursion to SUNNY CALIFORNIA June Sd. See the FOX TANA ORANGE GROVES, located on the electrla line from Los Angeles to Riverside. Make your reservations early cd let us show you the "GOLDEN SI ATE" from Ban Francisco to Ban Diego. For free handsomely Illustrated book lets on all matters Callfornlan, see or write ffATtrTmiem.fr!, us, u BIAS. REAL ESTATE FARM A RANCH LANDS FOIt SALE California. FOR SALS Farm land In the Antelona valley, the milk bottle of Los Angeles. Land in the suburbs of Los Angeles Is becoming so valuable for subdivision pur poses that the dairyman Is being crowded out. Just recently It has been discovered that water can be had In large Quanti ties in the Antelope valley. As this promising valley Is only TO miles from the rapidly growing city of Los Angeles, and because land can still be had at a low price, farmers and dairymen aw buying thousands of acres of this fine rich land. We can sell you 2") acres or mora for COO per acre, on easy terms, located one mile from a good town. This Is choice alfalfa and pear land. For further particulars write to cen tlnela Land Company. 1000 Title Insur ance Building, Los Angeles. California. CALIFORNIA LAND. Send for catalogue. Properties In all counties. Valuable, reliable information. C. M. Wooster Co.. Fhelan Bldg., San Fran cisco. CALIFORNIA land excursions 1st and Id Tues. W. T. Smith Co. 815 City Nat. Bk. Allchlirou. FOR BALE Highly improved farm and ranch; central Michigan; S.400 acres; well watered. Henry Kdmlster, Toledo, O. Minnesota. 100 ACRES 45 miles from Minneapolis: one mile from town; 120 acres cultivated; balance meadow and pasture; heavy soil; fair set buildings; one good team horses; two cows, Beveral head of young stock; complete set of machinery, chickens, hogs and everything on the place goes at $40 jwr care, one-nair casn. SCHWAB BROS.. 1033 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. FARMS FOR SALE In the great corn and dairy region of southern Minnesota. "Write Tor illustrated booklet of 100 farmB. William Schaleben & Co., Madella, Minn. Branch office; New Ulm. Minn. A SNAP 1400-acre St, Louis county, Minnesota, 14.26 per aero. Lake front age; good soil, mineral rights. Wm. Schaleben & Co., Madello. Minn. Montana. SIXTY THOUSAND acre Caroy land open to entry at Valler, Mont, fifteen annual payments; section famous for grains, grasses, vegetables: well adapted to diversified farming. For particulars write Valler Farm Sales company. Box 102S, Valler. Mont WE ARE owners of a large block of Yellowstone county. Montana, farm land and are prepared to offer samo on close prices In tracts of 10,000 acres or up. Correspondence invited, if Interested. Prospective purchasers will d snown the land. Danahor-Holton Co., Plymouth, Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. Nebraska. RANCH FOR SALE. . A-. w tf.l. . . U.h D miles from two towns; want good 160 acres or income property up to $20,000. Price 0 an acre. What have you7 Ed Thompson, Lyons. Neb. FOR SALE IGO-acre farm. 6 miles from Fierce: good improvements; E acres al falfa; 120 in cultivation, quick sale, J75 per acre. W. H. Powers. Pierce. Neb. REAL- ESTATE LOANS. MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA HOMES. NO DELAY. J. H. Mithen Co., INC. 921 CITY NATINAL BANK BLDG. DOUGLAS 1278. I MONEY- on band at lowest rates for loans on Nebraska farms and Omaha city property in any amounts. H. W. BINDER, 8 City National Bank Bids. MONEY To loan on business or resi dence properties, $1,000 to $100,000. W. H. THOMAS, 228 State Bank Bldg. OMAHA homes. East Nebraska farms. O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO. 1016 Omaha National. Douglas 1711. LOANS on farms and Improved city Sroperty, "E, 6V4 and G per cent; no delay. . H. Dumont Se Co., 1G03 Farnam St WANTED City loans and warrants. W. Farnam SmK.h & Co.. 1820 Farnam St n A x17T"t "OTjno Loans $500 and up. W " OJiVWkJ. Omaha Nftt. Tannic 1100 to $10,000 mode promptly. F. D. A" sad, Wead Bldg., 18th and Farnam. 6 of. CITY LOANS, Bemls-Carlberg Co., v 310-312 Tlpnnflpln ThAntur Ttlriv. LARGE loans our specialty. Stull Bros. HARRISON & MORTON, 918 Om. Nat STEAMSHIP. ANCHOR LINE STEAMSHIPS Sail every Saturday to and from NEW YORK LONDONDERRY GLASGOW Ocean passage 1 days. Moderate rates. For book of tours, rates, etc, apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, Gen. Agts., 35 W. Randolph St., Chicago. OR ANY LOCAL AGENT. REAL ESTATE WANTED. LIST your house with us. We have buy. ers. Osborne Real Estate Co. Doug. 1174. . WANTED TO OUT. Dolgoff 2d-hand store pays highest prices for furniture, clothes, shoes. Web. 1C07. WOULD like to buy a five or six-room bouse to be moved on a lot. One In the neighborhood of Mb. and Clark preferred. Telephone Red 4301. Jj u&6. (J nc-K i.uyrr of furniture. BEST prices for furniture. Call D. 7802. SECOND-HAND clothes, shoes; pay best prices. Tel Tyler. 1100. LIVE STOCK MARKET OP WEST Ship live stock to South Omaha. Save mileage and shrinkage. Your consign ments receive prompt and careful atten tion. LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST. Live Stock Csmiulwlou Merchants. BYERS BROS. & CO. Strong, reliable. CLIFTON Com. Co.. $22 Exchange Bldg. MARTIN BROS. & CO.. Exchange Bldg. LEGAL NOTICE. PROPOSALS FOR SUPPLIES, ETC. Omaha, Neb., May 23, 191S.The Board of Education of the School District of Omaha, invites sealed bids for stationery, Janitors' supplies and printing for the year ending June 30, 1914. Certified checks must aooompany bids as follows: On bids for Janitors' supplies and sta tionery, $50.00 each. On printing, three per cent of the amount bid. Checks to be made payable to the School District of Omaha. Specifications can be had upon application to the undersigned. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any defect or Informality in any bids should It be In the Interest of tho School District so to do. All bids will close at 8:00 p. m. June 18, 1913. Send sealed envelopes containing bids to tha undersigned marked as follows; "Proposals for Supplies." W. T. BOURKE, Secretary, M24dSt 805 City Hall. Omaha, Neb. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. PROPOSALS FOR FQ RAGE. CHIEF Quartermaster's Office, 66 Federal Building, Chicago, lit. May 8, en sealed proposals will be received here until 1 o'clock p. m.. Central time, June 8, lil$. for furnishing and delivering at Chicago ,or other prominent railroad points, .&0 tons of bay and 3X00 tons of oats. Information furnished upon applica tion. A. L. Smith. Chief Q. M. M8-&4-7-2S-23 THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER BEST FARM JOURNAL IN WEST $1.50 A. YEAR. GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Chicago Wheat Market Suffers a Slight Decline, but Recovers. WEATHER AFFECTS CORN MART Continuous Ralna Hinder Plantliut of YaUott Cereal and an Rrsalt Prices Rally on Monday's Market. OMA1LV. Mid- 2T. 1913. Becauso light showers fell In some por t'h of the dry district in Uio southwest the Chicago wheat market had a slight decline early yesterday. The buying on the dip was good and the market re covered the full lots and closed at prices steady as compared with Saturday. There was a good decrease in the visible sup ply, although tho total Is stilt well above last yoor's figures, but tha excess Is en tirely at milling centers and should not prove burdensome. Tho world's ship ments, although large, went for the most Part to the continent and Uverpool was higher, as was Berlin. American ship ments modo lip a very largo portion of the total, and this tendency Is likely to continue for several weeks, Clearances were extremely large. Minneapolis stocks decreased 200,000 bu. for two days. St. Louis reportod Its cash market as un changed. The weather In the spring and wlntor wheat belts is favorable, ample moisture having fallen, with general re ports of rain In the dry districts In Kan sas. The socretnry of the Kansas Uraln association Is reported to have estimated Uie Kansas crop at S',000,000 bu. This re port stimulated tho buying and the strength In corn' also gave the wheat market a firmer tone. Shorts as a rule have covered very freely and traders are IncUned to look for a mnderntn nMlnr.k In values before another woek rolls around. Many speculators remember tho changes made in the wheat crop of Kansas a few years ago when it was generally believed mat, large areas or tne plant nod been killed by the abnormally low tempera tures. Tho plant waa reported as dead by many old-time farmers as well as a half dozen crop exports, and the real situation was unknown until Oeorgo M. LeCount told within a few million bush els of prospects for that state, and his opinion was made good by the returns of the harvesters. Since that time those who aro making a living at examining the crop for Chicago and other markets are more careful In exnresslng on oulu- lon as to whether the wheat plant is dead or ollvo, unless they are sura of their position. Cash wheat unchanged to tto higher. with such unfavornhio weatner lor completing planting of oorn, it was not a surprise to see prices rally yesterday for delivery In the current month. Chi cago stocks are down to a very small total and the month of May will probably end with stocks no larger than thoy were at the first of December. Cosh corn was o htghor to c lower. Although weather conditions aro ideal for oats, the market showed no apoclal weakness and closed rather strong yes terday. Cash oats were unchanged. Clearances of corn woro 2,000 bushels, oats, 29,000 bushels and wheat and flour equal to 430,000 bushels. The olose at Liverpool was unchanged to Hd higher on wheat and Hd higher on corn. Primary Wheat receipts woro 621,000 bu. shipments of 487,000 bu. against receipts last year of 334,000 bu. and shipments of 60U.000 bu. Primary corn receipts woro 659,000 bu. and shipments of 21B.000 bu. against re ceipts last year of 383,000 bu. and ship ments of 300,000 bu. Primary corn receipts were 913,000 bu. and shipments of 645,000 bu. against re ceipts last year of 309,000 bu. and ship ments of 412,000 bu. CARLOT RECEIPTS. Wheat. Corn. Oati. Chicago S 96 108 Minneapolis 124 Duluth T7 ... ... Omaha 13 42 16 Kansas City 13 30 3 St Louis .1 16 48 44 Winnipeg 253 WHEAT No. r vara, WViQCTHo; No. 3 hard, HWSBGVto; No. -4 hard, siyic; No. 3 spring, )3Y486c: No. 4 spring, 81igt(5o No. 2 duram, S8HSto; No. 3 duram, 87Vyo SSc. CORN No. 2 white, ISaf No. '3 white, 67c; No, 4 white, C6GG7o: No. 2 yellow, C6(tt5!Vio; No. 3 yellow, 6735So; No. 4 yellow, 66&67&C: No. 2, 57?t5Sc; No. 3, 67Vi57o; No. 4, KQS70. OATS No. 2, 37'o'SSc; standard. 37Vbc; No. 3 white, 37ttc; No. 4 white, S636$4c BARLEY Molting, 6000o; No. 1 feed. 42ai5c. UYE No. 2, 66V43Gc; No. 3, E606MrO. The following cash sales were reported today: Wheat: No. S hard winter, 1 car, S6V4o; 1 car, 80o. No. 4 hard winter, 1 car, S4c. No. 3 spring, car, S4c. Oats: No. 3 white, 2 cars, S7&c. No. 4 white, 1 car, 36?4c; 1 car, SSc Corn: No. 2 white, 3 cars, 68c No. 3 white, 3 cars, 57Hc No. 2 yellow, 2 cars, 58 Vic I 2 cars, 68c. No. 3 yellow, 1 car, 68o; i cars, 5714c. CHICAGO UUAI?l AND PROVISIONS Features of the Trading: and Cloalnx Prlcea on Board of Trade. CHICAGO, May 27. Dry weather com plaints from both the northwest and southwest made the sentiment bullish roost of the time today in tho wheat pit. At the opening 'and the close, however, the market showod weakness. Tho close ranged from Ho decline to cHo ad vance. In corn there was a net loss of TsO to aSttlic, and In oats a fall of Ha. Provisions wound up unchanged to B5o higher. Texas reports that wheat there would be ready to harvest next week and that the state would yield 8.000,000 to 10,000,000 bushels had considerable Influence In de pressing dealings. Damage reports that controlled wheat prices tho greater part of the session In dicated a decided spreading of crop In Jury in the United States. Nevertheless, longs were freely taking profits at the last. Export clearances pf wheat and flour equaled 430,000 bushels. Primary receipts of wheat were 021,000 bushels, compared with 834,000 bushels a year ago. Fine weather pulled down corn. After an early bulge, the result of ex perts' advloo regarding losses In tho mid dle west, oats turned lower with other grain. Nearly the entire provision list scored a good advance. The buying was mainly ior grain iraaers ana paoKers, ArUcle Open. Hlgh. Low. Close.lYen'y, Wheat! May. 92W&U 92 91 914 90H 92H 674 67H 68 64 41 924 9lii 91 92 July, Sept. Dec. Corn May. July. Sept. Dec. Oats siVidWi 92H& 904 91' S31 59W4' 60 68 V 68 6CH 414 57 57; 684 683C9 664S67 664, May. 41U 41 ss July. tea 4i44l 374368 S84044 37403S Sept. Dec. Pork May, 37S38 SSH 30 60 37K 381i 20 60 20 16 384Ui 8S4&4, 384 20 15 20 10 19 70 20 474! (aso 6o 20 124 24 60 July. Sept 20 374' aoiTwl 19 70$ 19 72 18 90 19 70 19 724) Lard May. H 174 11 25 11 15 11 224 U 124 H 074 011 10 11 1T4 July. ii oaa 11 1241 11 161 11 224 11 0&S 1107i4J H 07H 1T Sept ii nm ii vm U 22& mi iw U lTi Ribs May. 12 37 12 3741 U674I 12 25 11 45 li & July ii wai ii m 11 424 fill 451 11 47H US74 ii wy, Sept 11374 U 25 11 324 ftfll 35 n.068rt.0O4: No. 2 hard, 93494s; No. i northern. 9346064c; No. I northern, 920 954c; No. 2 spring. 92fi04o; velvet chaff a07o; durum. 91R07c Corn, No. 2, 38 SSi0, white. 04ee4ci No. 2 yellow OOSOOUo; No. 3 yellow. 68?4694c. Oats! wiiiie, so, a wnite, sasr 40c; standard, 414fNlc. Rye. No. t, 64c Barley, 60ffi8c Seed, timothy. tS.254.00; i-iuvci, iiuinmtLi. Toviiions, pone, yjxw: lard, $lL224fl-t5; riha. .1L7SB12.60. BUTTER Firm; creameries, 2427a POTATOES Lower; receipts. 112 cars; oonsln, 6&S0o; new potatoes, 1.2gt.35. rTjUJ-fivx nigner; cmcxens, olive, 154c; spring, aUve, 154c Liverpool Grain Market, LIVERPOOL, May 27 WHEAT Spot, firm J No. 1 Manitoba, 7a64di No. 8, ?s ij4 ntd Futures, steady. May. 76W1: Julr. 7s Mid; October, 7s 3d. cuKW-poi, steaay, American mixed, new, 6s4di American mixed, new, kiln dried, 6a Sd; American mixed, old, 6s; American mixed, old, via Galveston, 6s Sd. Futures, steady; July La Platta, 4s lld; September, La Platta. 6s Nd, NKW YORK HN.NT3IIAL MAItKBT Quotations of the Day on Various Commodities. NEW YORK. May 27. FLOUR Quiet; spring patents. HGMT4.00; winter straights. S4.4Mr4.65: winter patents. 14.75 4TO.10; spring clears, $4.006.20i extra No. i wiuipr, f3.swir4.iv; extra o. s winter, tS.7Olf0.S0; Knnsas straight, 4.EOtf4.80. Rye flour, steady; fair to good, iJ.esaiMS; choice fancy, ta.KW.OO. WHEAT Spot firm; No. 2 red, nominal; No. 1 northern Duluth. $1.02 f. o. b. afloat Futures were firm and higher on covering, due to bullish crop news from Kansas and tho northwest, but eased oft late with corn. May, I1.01U; July. 9o; Septcmbor, 9S4c HOPS Quiet stato common to choice 1912, 15923c; 1911, 15019c; Paclflo ooast 1911. 11SJ14C HIDES-Steady; Bogota. 2SUff284o; Central America, S4c PETROLEUM Steady, refined Now Tork; bulk, $6.00; barrels, 38.70; cases. 111.00. WOOL Steady. Domestic fleece. Ohio, 270480. CORN-MRAL Steady; fine white and yellow, S1.351.40; coarse, J1.W1.S5; kiln dried, $3.33. RYE-Stcrtdy; No. 2 west, S4e o. I. f. New York export. BARLEY Steady; malting. ftMTTOo a 1. f. Buffalo; feeding, 64a nominal f. o. "b. Now York. CORN Spot. BUady; export 054o nom- CORN Spot firm; export, 654a nom inal f. o. b. afloat OATS Spot steady; standard whtto, 40c; No. 2 white, 44c) No. 3, 454c; No. 4, 444c: ordinary clipped, white, 45464c; fancy ollpped whit. 464c ILVY-Qulet: No, i, $1.06; No. 3. DOflflSc; No. 8, 754i'R5c. LEATHER Firm: hemlock firsts. 28 SSc: seconds, I7p2Sc. PROVISIONS Pork steady, mesa. $21.75 23.25; family, S24.0OIW6.00; short clears. $20.75S2.00V Beef, steady; mess, $19,003S.00; family, $23.003.00. Cut meats, steady; Pickled bellies. 10 to 14 Pounds. 14UfflUa! pickled hnms, 154a Lard, firm, mid dl west. rennea, nrm; continent, $11.80: South America. S12.S5: comnouml. fS.374lir8.624. TALUow-icasy: city, 040 nominal; oountry, 64T4o! special. 'tc. NEW YORK. Mav M.SITOATITIaw steady: muscovado, 2.752.80c: centrifugal, 3.254JS..T0C; molasses, 2v603.56o. Refined steady; crushed, 4.96o; fine granulated, 4.25c: powdered, 4.3Cc duttbr steady ; receipts. 16JWI tubs; oreamery extras, 274o: firsts, 2aIi7Uo; ..ntn rfotrv ftnul 77n A--.n 26264c; Imitation creamery, firsts, 2&4 26o; factory firsts, 244c; pocking stock, current make. No. 2. 22o. CHEESE Firm! receipts. 2,659 boxes; state wholo milk fresh colored specials, 14c; average fancy, 13?lo; skims 24104o. EOas Bteadyi receipt. 29,767 casos; fresh gathered extras, 234S23c: fresh gathered storage packed firsts to extra firsts, 204S32o; fresh gathered regular Backed extra firsts. ZlSilMo: Pennsyl vania and nearby whites, 2325c. rotiLTllx urEsci steauy; rresn wost ern killed fowls, 1719c; turkeys, l&919c. KansnH City Ornln and Provisions. KANSAS CITY. Mav 27. WHEAT Cash. No. 2 hard. S3Stil4c: No, 3 red. 4(HW)C. CORN No. 2 white, CO3004o; No. 3. 60 604c OATS No. 2 white, 890SO4C RYE 63C. HAY Lower. Closing prices: WHEAT May, 87o; July, 864o; Septem ber. S68C4c CORN May. 69c; July, 57a; September, 67c- OATS September, S74C. BUTTER Creamery, 2flc: packing, 21c. BOaS-Flrsta, 19419c. POUIiTRY Hens, 134c: ducks, 15c. Receipts. Shipments. -Wheat, bu. 13,000 47,000 orn, bu. j 30,000 15,000 Oats, bu 8,000 8,000 St. Louis General Market. ST. LOUIS. May 27. WHEAT No, 2 red, $1.0401.06: No. 2 hard, 9341064c CORN-No. 2, J9400o; No. 2 white, C04 D61c. OATS-No. 2, 88Hlff39c(j No. 2 Vhlte, 40o, Closing prices. WHEAT July, S9c; Soptember, 8S89c CORN July, 874o; September, 674 674c. OATS July, 374o; Septomber, 37Hc POULTRY Chickens, 134c. BUTTER Creamery, 24ia47o. EOaS-17o. FLOUR AND BRAN Unchanged. HAY Timothy, $ia.0017.00. Receipts. Shipments. Flour, bbls, 10,000 14,000 aVheat bu. 19,000 67,000 Corn, bu 69,000 44,000 OatB, bu 75,000 31,000 Mllvrankee Ornln Market. MILWAUKEE, May 27. WHEAT No. 1 northern, 964fl64c; No. 2 northern, 924o; No. 2 hard winter, &305c; May, 92c ; July. 914c . . . CORN No. 3 yellow, 61c; No.- 3 white, 614c; No. 3, 6944i; May, 6040! July, 674c OATS 12c. RYE 63g34o. BARLEY-588c Peoria Market. PEORIA, May 27. CORN Cash, No. 2 white. 67c; No. 2 yellow, 33c OATS-etandard, S9334c Wool Market. BOSTON, May 27. WOOL Trading In domestlo wool continues Irregular, with values still at a low level. Now territory wool Is selling slowly, while western buy ing is said to be slack. Trading In fleece wools In practically dead, although In Ohio 184c has recently boon paid for medium wools. New Montana half-blood brings 21c and other territory wool Is also slow. Some Texas stock has been sold recently and a fair business has been done In pullod wool. Leading domestic quotations range: Missouri three-eighths blood, 23tf24c; quarter:blood, 2324c. Scoured basis: Texas, fine 12 months, 63 56o ; fine, 6 to 8 months, 47648c; fine, fall, 459':. California, northern, 62(3C3o; mid dle county, 60&c:a; southern, 48g49a; fall free. 4860c Oregon, eastern. No. 1 staple, 615C5c; eastern clothing, &SffG6c; valley No. 1. &3G4c. Territory, fine staple, 65 SSc; fine medium staple, 64866c; fine clothing, 61662a; half-blood combing, 60jJ 62c; three-eighths blood combing, 483C0c; quarter-blood combing, 4748o; pulled AA, 52354c; A supers, 48C2c. J , y Local Securities. Quotations furnished by .Bums, Brlnker A Co., 419 Omaha National Bank build ing: Did. jUked. Bettrlc Cratraerr Co. pM..... ....... I4 M Colombui, Neb.. S. U t. IKi i tl Dtrla Cole investment t p. c , 1H8. H 1004 Cltr Nt. DtQk stock. Omh....... 107 161 Council niutri a, & a. u. i:i s ts DontUs fiecurlty Co. , lttl HH 100 Deer 4b Co. T p. e. pti. ti-dlr .... 7U ttSi Fairmont CrMmtry ( pr cest zutr, . t4 1014 Ind Tl. Co. lt pM, Co. Dlufft..,, t 15 Kuitu Cltr. Mo., 7 p. e. Ui Mill., 9H 100 Kins Co., Wut. U INS,., )0Z 1M.7I Ix Antel Rr. , 1X0... n M., K a T. ti- t. 1K0 HK 7H McCook. Nb. 6. llt., 1M 100 Kew Orlcant H i U (1. 11 n lH Cltr of Omabt 4Hs, 141 100 Omit C. n. t Hi. I. l(tl.,..A 7 Omihi & C. B. St nr. pM., tU na Omtba ft C. E ft Jty- torn 14 e Oraihi C B. K. & B, pfd... MU 4SU Pelflc 1, 4l'-lp'f. notf, 1114. , H 100 Bn Frsncloeo ta. 131. 101 josu Union Stock Ytrdt. Omthi, n-llr.., 7 Updlk Onln Co.. com 101 Wyrnoro. Neb., U. 1111, , looii 101t Available Supplies of Grain. NEW YORK, May 27.-Speclal cable and telegraphlo communications received by Bradstreet show tha following changes In available supplies as compared with previous account: Available supplies: Wheat, United States, east of Rockies, decreased 3,129,000 bu.; United States, west of the Rockies, decreased 3,000 bu.; Canada, decreased, 1,906,000 bu. Total United States and Canada, decreased 6,129,000 bu. Afloat for and in Europe, in creased 1,600,000 bu. Total American and European supply decreased 3-Sra.Mfl hn ICorn, United States and Canada, de- areas ea, i.iss.uuj du. oats, united States and Canada, decrease 1.135,000 bu. The leading decreases reported this week fol low: Manitoba, 2.338,000 bu.; Portland, Me., 175,000 bu.: Bt. Joseph, 90.000 bu.; Louis ville, 54.000 bu. 1 . Hank Clearings. OMAHA. May 27 Bank clearings for today were $2,307,682.74 and $2,326,031C5 for tha oorrospondlnc; day; last yean OMAHA LIYE STOCK MARKET Cattle Arc Slow, but Steady on Mod erate Receipts, HOGS WEAK TO NICKEL LOWER Practically Steady Prices far Sheep and Lamb Packers Contlnno to Shorr Discrimination In In Favor of I,lKhtvvettht. OMAHA, May 27. 1913. Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. Official Monday 2,973 MM 6,S80 Estimate Tuesday...... 2,900 12,000 6,700 Two days this weak,. 6,872 15 11.680 Sams days last week..- 8,689 13,023 16,036 Sams days a wka ago.. 6,008 21, 266 18.S56 Same da-s 3 wks ago.. 9.881 18,377 1 4,181 Same days 4 wks ago.. 8,939 20,072 20,671 Same days last week,. 7,734 37,320 11,664, The following table shows the receipts or cattle, hogs and sheep nt South Omaha for the year to date as compared with last year: 1913. 1912. Inc Dec Cattlo , 560,652 3T1.361 10,839 Hogs JL473.S90 1,504.337 830,447 Shop W7J13 826,040 31,373 The following table shows the range of prices for hoes at South Omaha for the last few days, with comparisons; Date. ( 1913. 1912. 1911 . 11910. 1900. 11908. (1907 Mav 17. 8 ffifc 7 611 6 89 6 84 9 SOI 7 06 7 02 21 6 $0 6 35 5 31 6 38 t 2$ 5 88 6 14 6 90 397 8 26 6 11 604 6 14 5 99 5 16 6 20 5 90 May IS. 7MI 7 601 9 44 May 19. May 20. May 21. May 22.. May 33. 6 T9) 9 3SI 6 92' 6 7$ 603 It 391 6 9S 7 11 9 41 709 7 01 8 12 7 49 9 03 5 9 43 May ji. May 25. May 26. May 27. 7 4(V 6 63 9 39 TI 7 48 T3! 570 6 83 6 87 9 1 7 10 8 45V 9 14 7 14 7 14 8 424 9 37! Sunday. CATTLE Thoro was a rather moderate run Of cnttln thin mnmlnir. nhnllt it 000 head, and no improvement In the general quality of the offerings, whloh was only fair. Trade opened up slow, all class oa of buyers showing a dlsDosltlon to cheapen up wherever possible, particularly on any thing showing weight Nice, tidy little cat tlo In most cases showed a little Improve, ment but on the general run of beef It was a slow and quotably unchanged mar ket, best beeves of all weights selling up around $8.1038,16, and the bulk of the good 1,000 to 1,300-pound beeves going at $7.7008.00. Domand for cows and heifers was of respectable proportions and for the most part prices ruled steady to strong. Both local packers and outside butchers were free buyers of the limited offerings and a good clearance was effected early In the forenoon. Veal calves were in the usual good demand and fully steady, and bulls, stags, etc., found a freo outlet At firm figures. In stockors and feeders the trade was was narrow. Both supply and demnnd were decidedly limited and while desirable lightweight and green steers found a ready sale at steady to strong figures there was more or less difficulty In dis posing of anything lacking quality and paving weight Volume of business was very small and the undertone to the trade practically steady. quotations on oat tie: Qood to cholco beef steers, $8.00tft6.30; fair to good beuf steers, $7.75QK.O0; common to fair beet steers. $7.30W7.75; good to choice heifers, $7.257.76; good to choice cows, $6.80S7.35; fair to good grades, $6.00tflX1.80; common to fair grades, t-4.0Oif6.00; good to choice stockors and feeders, $7.50a.001 fair to good stockors and feeders, 7.007.60; com mon to fair Blockers und foeders, $6,253 7.00; stock oows and heifers. $6.00ig7.00; veal calves, $7.0010.00; bulls, stags, eta, $5.80(37.10. Representative sales: BEEF 8TEERS. KV. Ar. rr. Mj. At. 17 1MJ rr. 1 lotl l 1(1 t to t n 10 1010 7 li It 104 7 T5 1 7(0 7 25 so m i sb n uts 7S to..... ii..,.. i is!!!!! )..... 47..... 31..... .10S 7 IS 1. t, 142S 7 7S ...1071 7 '40 ..1110 7 M ... T ... no ... m ...1074 1 46 7 tO 17.. 1.. ..Kit T tS .1150 I U 7 CO 7 It to.,. It... IS... 40... 4... 1S. ... It.. i tl... IS... SS3 IK 1107 7 IS 1101 7 SS lilt 7 M T M ,ioa 7 co . ;ao 7 eo i. io t s lorr 1115 1401 t to t oo ll 7 s I 00 1141 7 M IMS 7 1077 7 15 1040 7 70 1044 T10 IMS 7 70 1017 7 70 1IU 7 7( 130 1 75 M' 7 71 1140 T i IStI ( oo I 04 1017 HIS t 00 It., am i 0; not I 00 .20..... itso in J I 00 I OS 23.... 6 11...,. 6 I uti I 10 .1118 S 10 .1111 I 10 STEERS AND HEIFERS. 5, 11., 7.. II.. 11.. .. I.. 11.. IS.. 41., 413 I 70 I tO' t tn 7 es . so . 747 , Sit . 1(1 . MS ii, ,..,,. 3?;..t..... tl IS 7 47 7 tfi til T SS T 7 25 7 SO T (0 7 M .. hi ., 704 .. 471 .. 151 ,.1045 7 es 7 es 7 74 7 M T 10 I 00 I 25 . 70S 11.., M 7 eo ,,1004 7 S0 1 155 ,. 797 7 (S 11 171 cowa .. ISO 4 00 ..iso 4 eo ,,1000 s a ..1140 oo ,,1000 oo 1010 I 50 its e ts mo i eo i!!!!.' x!!!!! ins 1011 Ill ...,.11(0 .' .. 710 70 T5 t 7W as TS 71 I 10 1. 1140 ...1U4 ...11W ...1111 u s ss .1041 .1110 14 S6 i!" ...ne e.40 ...1150 I 40 ...1CT5 40 1140 10 , 110 M til 7 04 .i less 7 oo ,1I1S 7 10 11SS 7 10 ... SS ...mi 4iA I 40 10 I SO i. i., J 1510 SO i. 111! 7 IS COWS AND HEIFERS. f 441 IS HEIFERS. MO 7 00 617 7 00 , 4TI 1 OS , 061 7 05 ,177 7 14 Ell 7 IS io"! ii"! no 711 7 7 14 it!!! 10... 11.'.'. r is S4S 7 SS IK 7 40 I7S 7 44 ,, SSI 7 4S lltO 7 CI , tSS 7 50 414 S4 7 15 7 16 41 7 M 141 7 M 120 774 tes 7 BULLS. itso io , 180 SO 1.... 1.... urn ts 1610 14 14(4 M 1114 7 00 1104 7 04 ,...lltt 7 05 W0 7 14 454 7 44 ...... 7S4 7 40 ...... (14 7 (0 764 7 71 ,. 1(04 , 100 , e7 , 1100 .1M0 ts 1.... 85 54 (4 l. I., TS ..1710 e 76 ..1176 U 1110 ( SS SS , 1(00 ,1A e ts STEERS AND BULLS. . Ill 7 45 STAGS. .1114 ( 60 UALiVttB. 144 10 04 10.'!!!.'!! I , 114 7 SO .417 7 S6 1 ... 114 14 04 1(5 t to I so t, ., 154 10 00 ,i US 10 04 ., 1(0 14 00 ., 110 10 00 .. UO 14 04 111 , sso . sso S 1, 1, 1, t 74 28 SO SO 114 . 114 114 . 1SS ...,. 4..,r,..... 1.,.,,, 1 114 14 40 107 10 04 170 10 00 144 14 04 t 7S 75 120 14 04 1 114 10 04 1., 115 10 04 BTOCKBR8 AND FEEDER?, It 5K 7 IS 7 114 7 45 , 711 7 SS . Ill 7 16 .tU7N t til 7 44 11 ni 1(0 S. 444 7 40 K U4 7 41 7.. .. IS.. HOGS A liberal run showed up this morning, wma 176 cars, or 12,000 head, being reported In. For the two days the total is 17,058, nearly 4,000 heavier than a week ago, but more than 10.000 lighter than tor the same days last year. Buyers bought a small share of the supply this morning At figures that looked to be Just a shade lower. Later on, how. ever, values slumped a little, and the market from that time on was weak to 6c lower, with the most of the sales show lng the long end of the decline. Before the trade closed they had suocseded in taking off most of yesterday's advance. Shippers and speculators had fairly large orders this morning, but these were filled early, and after the first rounds packers had everything their own way. The trade was consequently very draggy, and it was nearly midday before the last sales were made. The bulk of the hogs sold at $8.40318.45, and several loads brought the high price 01 uu. Representative sales, . At. BU. Pr. Ne. At, No. Ih. Pr. I 41U ..in I SS 70 at It,. It... 71... II... II. . 64. . . ... 71 7, U 44.. ..Vtt 1(4 17Vt t id 14 t MM .114 114 I I7H .,.,..114 100 I OH tit S4 I 44 ..lit I 4IM ...117 SO I 44 (e 164 S 41 Sit ...nt 1M ...164 144 116 ssi . SSS .. S44 114 M 44 2. ,.!5 I 44 44 .15 .1(4 114 111 4IU, I 4)3 104 44 iso s 44 1(4 I 44 144 41 lit IN (5 44 I 41 111 4S 8 44 III! .141 1 a 71. Ill IS 11.... 107 M I 45 71 Ml 44 45 70 MS . . 4S M 141 44 I 45 117 49 S 45 41 144 4 45 CI 1M ... t 44 ee lie im is tO Ill . . 45 M H 14 I 45 II 744 ... S IJ 71 !1 ... S 45 II IIS ... I4S 71 141 44 45 71 4 SO I 45 II M7 M I 45 55 117 ... 145 14 IM 0 I 5 71 Ill ... S 45 45 tOt ... t IS It 115 ... 145 77 HI SO 15 14 804 ... I 15 II Ill ... I4S 77 lit 1(4 I 45 71 Ill 10 I 45 61.. .....Kl lttl t 45 tt Ill 10 i 45 4...... .114 114 I 44 1 Ill 10 I 45 71. ...... M4 110 t 4IU, 71 Ill ... I 45 51 147 140 I l 14 104 ... I 47H M. ...... IS! 1(0 I 41U 14 1(5 N IH tl Ml SO I 4tS 4.. Ill ... I 54 14.. Ill ... I 414 SS Ill ,,. 154 77 Ill 4 I 4!'i 51 114 ... I 64 (1 1(1 ltO I 4SH 14 10S 40 II SO 14 114 1S4 I 114 II 107 ... 8 50 SHEEP There wore no now" features In today's trade, so prices are quotably the same as on Monday Tho supply con sisted entirely of shorn offerings and was very similar to that of yesterday, both na to size and qunllty. The bulk of the offerings wero a llttlo hnnvler, nnd on that account prices did not reach as high a point as on the day before. The de mand is still for good to choice lambs nf light weight, and anything not on this order meets with very slow salo. The top on shorn lambs was $7.20. which was nnid for some weighing around 88 pounds. A range of $6.60ig7.20 Included all the lamb offerings. Two loads of ollpped owes and two of clipped wethers constituted the mutton supply, and this was more than enogh for the paokers limited orders. Tho buy ers apparently Just wanted three loans of such sheep nnd paid steady to strong prices for them. Tha last load was not sold until a lata hour. For comparison, the arrivals numbered about 5,700 head, being nlmnst 600 short of last Wednesday and as much as 3,640 head short of two weeks ago. The supply was liberal as compared with the corresponding day one year ago. Quotations on sheep and lambs: Qood to choice Mexican lambs, $s.25tr8.60; fair to good Mexican lambs, 8,(vtt8.t5; fair to choice western lambs, $8.0OSffl.l5: fair to good western lambs. $7.85irr8.00; shorn lambs, good to choice. $7,001(7.40; shorn lambs, fair to good, $6.75XT7.00i year lings, light $6.280460; yearlings, heavy. $5,76je.O0: wethers, good to choloo, $G.758' 6.0Q; wethers, fair to good, $5.60(36.75; ewes, good to choloe, $5.25GC.50; ewes, fair to good. $5.0036.23: culls and buakx. Moan 6.25T " No. Av. Pr. 44 fed lambs 45 8 25 61 fed ewes 101 6 25 265 shorn lambs 75 7 00 664 shorn lambs 83 7 15 242 fed lambs 68 8 00 288 fed lambs es t CO 542 shorn lambs 8J 7 20 254 shorn lambs 97 6 70 319 shorn lambs , 69 7 10 231 shorn lambs 70 7 10 14 culls 52 4 60 Knirnna City Live Stock Mnrket KANSAS CITY. Mo., May 27.-CATTLE Receipts, 8,000 head; market steady to strong; native steers, $7.0033.65; southern steers, $5.75Ii7.50; southern cows und helpers, $4.60JM.76; nntlvo cows and help ers, $4.6036.35; stookers and fenders, $6.60 ST8.M; bulls, $5.7597.25; calves, JK.6O31IO.OO; wee tori stoers, $6.75tf8.25; western cows, $4.50370. HOQS-Recelpts, 16,000 head; market steady; bulk of sales, $8.60a,8.63yi; heavy, $8.5OjS.O0; packers and butchers, $8.65 8.62H; light, W.6SC-8.65: pigs, $7,253J7.76. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 0,000 head; market steady: muttons, $1.25(30.23; Colorado lambs, $7.2508.63; range wethers and yearlings, $4.767.00; range ewes. $4.25Q6.10. Cotton Mnrket. NEW YORK, Mav 27,-COTTON-Spot closed quiet; middling uplands, 12o; mid dling gulf, 12.25c; sale none. Futuros closed steady; Miy, H.6O0; June. 11.69c; July, 11.84c; Auxust ll.48c; September, 11.20c; October, 11.16a; November, 11.14a; December, ILfo; January, 1,13a; March, 11.22a. Cotton closed steady nt four or flvo points off from the best under realising. with Juno two points lower and other months two to eight points net higher. BT. LOUIS, May 27.-COTTON-8 toady; middling, UUc. Sales, 115 bales; receipts, 155 bales; shipments, 399 balos; stocks, 27,180 bales. NEW ORLEANS, May 27. COTTON Quiet and unchanged; middling, 13 7-16c. Sales, 220 balos. LIVERPOOL, May S7.-COTTON-8pot moderate business. Prices easy; middling fair, 7.S4o; good middling, fl.90o: middling, 6.70o; low middling, 6.660: good ordinary, 6.22o; ordinary, 6.880. Sales, 7,000 bales, LONDON, May 27. American securities opened quiet and unchanged today. Later the list declined under the lead of Canadian Paclflo, which was sold by Berlin. At noon prices ranged from W above to below yesterday's New York closing. London closing stock quotations: ConioU. mon7 .74 ll-lllxniliTlll A Ntb..l! do toeount 74 16-14 Mo,, Kn T.. 34U Am!. Copper 7(44 Ntw York Cntrl.,101Vt Atchlion 14114 PinntrlrtnU cm OnskOtMi Ptetflo ..ItmTUultns U Chi. Orett WriUm 14VI Southern rclflo ..I00V4 Chi.. Mil. h Bt F.H4M Union Piclflo 15SV taw & rio a... imu. s. stMi. eiu Brt JI',4WbJh ...... uj ipi piu. i.fe iicKra ...i,, annd Trunk HHIUnd Mln. ., IIMcoli rantnl 111 21e 5 SILVER Bar, quiet at 27 lt-16d per ounce. MONEY Mi f 3 per cent DISCOUNT RATE4 Short and three months' bills, 3 8-10Q3H per cent. oosion jikok Haruet. BOSTON, May 27. Closing quotations on mining stocks were as follows: Allouti II Mohawk Aroil. Coppor 71NTd C6n A. Z, U a 8 llNlplMln Mines , Arliona com 1 Mirth Dutt 4IH UK 44 3IH II, a c. c. A o. M. 50 North Uka 1U Cal. Ik Arltona..,,. 44 Old Dominion ...... 4144 Cal. & Hacla 415 OKeola K Cantennlal ltHQuliKf .., el Coppar Rial C. C 41 Rtiannon U Bait Dutta C. M... UU Superior .1744 Franklin 6Wupcrlor I). M... t Olroui Con, 1 lS-UTimarick 27 Oranbr Con. II U. 8. 8. It. 4k M... ItV Oro Canaiiaa .... IH do ptd iti lila Ttorale Toppar. 21 Utah Con. 3 Karr Laka IHVtah Copper Oo to Like copper It Winona iu I Balle Copper..., 4HWolrrlne so Miami Copper , 2SU Coffee Rlarket. NEW YORK, May 27.-COFFBE Fu tures opened steady at a decline of 6JJ16 points In response to lower foreign cables, European selling, scattering liquidation and local pressure. Tho market rallied partly after midday on steadier closing cables from Havre nnd covering of shorts. The close was steady, Sales, 49,260 bags. May. 10,77c; July, 10.81c; September, 10.93o; December, lie: January, ll.Olo; March, 11.050. Spot, quiet. Rio 7s. HHc: Santos 4s, lStfo. mid dull: Cordova. 14ttl7c. nominal. Fuptures steady; July. IO.8I0; Deoember, r MetuI Market. NEW YORK, May 27. METALS Cop per, steady; snot and May,, $15.37, of fered; June, 15.35, offered; July, $16.30. offered; electrolytic, $15.87116.00; lake, $18.00; castings, $15.62. Tin, firm: spot and May, $4185(849.00: June. $43.62848.75: July, $4S.0&34S.2S. Lead, steady; $4.80 4.40. Spelter, quiet: $5.3036.40. Antimony, dull; Cookson's, $8.7609.00 Iron, quiet and unchanged. TST-i Ji018' Mo.. May 27. M ETALS Lead, $4.20; spelter, $5.20. 1 .. Nerr Vorlt Money Mnrket. NEW YORK. May 27. PRIME MER CANTILE PAPER-JW per cent. STERLING EXCIlANaE-Steady with actual business In bankers' bills at $4 8310 for 60-day bills and at $4.8610 for demand. Commercial bills. $4.824. n0, SILVER Bar, 60c, Mexican dollars. 48c. BONDS Government, heavy; railroad, easy, Ht. Joseph I. We Stock Market. ST. JOSEPH, May 27. CATTLE Re ceipts, 1.300 head. Market strong; steers $7.orS.60; cows and heifers, $4.0OtVg.2O: calves, $6.60(89.25. U0,M' HOGS Receipts, 5,200 head. Market slow, weak; top, $8.60; bulk Of sales, $8.45 S8.55. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, 2,600 head. Market strong; lambs, $7.50igS.2o, - . Coffee Mnrket. 7 Rio, llUo, futures, steady; July, $10.81. Decern bar, $1100. M 377 tO i 44 tl. .241 ., S (0 t. ... IX) 1(4 40 es ... t40 4 1(1 1(4 44 74...,., .MT .., I 44 (1 171 114 44 .......Ml 14 t 44 44 Mt SO I 44 4 m 14 t 44 It.. .....Ill ... t 14 41.. Kl 14 40 tl W4 M 110 45 IH ... I 44 14 141 114 I 44 IB.... ...MI 1(4 44 71.. .....SOS II I 40 144 14 I 44 71 UI 1(0 44 67 Ill 110 I 44 II Ill M I 40 41 Ill 44 I 44 4 157 ... t 44 14 161 ,,. 44 (I HI 114 t 44 4 196 14 44 S1.,.....S3S 114 44 71 141 10 40 71 15 144 I 44 NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Receivership Proceedings Against Frisco Road Feature. NEW LOW RECORDS MADE Sympathetic Weakness Throughout tho Day In Issues of Many Other llnllrrnya is Notlccntile. NJ3W YORK, Moj' 27,-kn event long foreshadowed in financial and railroad circles the Institution of reculversnip proceedings against tho St. Louis t Ham liaJiclHOo railroad, was tho out standing feature of today's stock market. The companys pressing financial needs and Its inability to secure assistance saw rotlootlon in the past month In the steady decllno of Its various securities, whlcn reuobed a climax today In tha establish ing of a sorles of now low records. Long beforo announcement of tho pro poned receivership was known the com mon and pivtarred shares of the Frl;o system wuro bolng liquidated as well as the 4 per cent bonds and tha 4 per com general- lien bonds. Tho lattur declined 8 points, tho 4s 3V. tho first preferred stock 7 and the second preferred 3Vi; those quotatloivs re pre on ting maximum Io&hivs from whloli little recovery was mode In tho course of the session. Chicago & Eastern Illinois oertlfli-Ates, In which the Frisco road has a substan tial Interest, fell 10 points. Rccolvers wore appointed for tho Chicago & East ern Illinois In Chlootfo after tho clodlnr hour hero. Thero was sympAthctla weakness throughout tho day In Rock Island issues. Missouri Pacific, Kaunas City Southern and Denver & Rio Oronda common and preferred, whloh lost two also sold at low record figures. The news from abroad was Bcarculs of a hopeful char acter. Loudon sold on balanoe to the mx tout of perhaps 10.0W. The general bond market showed unusual firmness In thb face of liquidation In Frisco and allied Interests. , United States Government 3 per cents fell i per oont 011 call. Total sales par Vlilu $1,573,000. Number of sales and leading quotations on stocks woro as follows: Dales. UUh. Low. Clota. Amalgamated Ceppw .... W.7M I4li 71 7144, American Airlcultural ..... Amerlc.n lleet Buaar.... 4M 10 MJj tH Areerloan Can .......... .JO0 MS MJ4 H American Can ptd l,S It JJJt j!t American C. a JT W 41 4IVk 41 American Cotton Oil.... 40 J H Am. Ice Securltlea 1W UA 241 1IJJ American Unaeed ...... 400 JJ4 H American Dooomo4la ... . 11 JJ J,, American a & R...... 1.0M H I1H H Am. 8. A IU pfd J'H Am. Huaar Itetlnlns..... ...... ..... "JH AlSertcaS T. T 1 1MH 1H American T0W00 ...... 1W ItTH lit Anaconda Mining Co.... 100 II JTH 17JJ Atchleon .l H H H Atchlaon rfd ,;;;; t Atlantla Coaat Llna. 400 IU 1UM 1I1H Oaltlmore & Ohio ...... ..... JJ Bethlehem Steel m JJ J H nrooalyn napld Tr t.000 II T4 1H ciSadlaS rseille M4H H 111 Onlral Leather I.W0 JJJ4 to MVe Cheaapeake A Ohio...... 1.J0O MV4 H J4 Chtcaeo tl. W 100 1SH HH "H Ch Icaio, M. & Bt. P 00 104 1074 107H taicase & S. W J00 110 1U 121 it Colorulo r. & I 200 11 11 11 Snwlldated Oaa 400 111 llli 1J1H Oorn Product. 100 1VA 10M. 10 Delaware A Huanon ..... ... 1JJ Denver A Itlo Urande... too 1SH ITS HU Denver & IU 0. pfd.... 700 10 11 DUtlllers' Oecurltlea .... 700 II 14V. 14 Erie 1.(00 !Si 17H II H Brie let Dtd 1M 4IU. H H Brie Id lfd 100 144i 14V 14 Oeneral Bleotrle ., 00 140 Mi 119 Great Northern M IM 117 1MH 1HH Oreat Northern Ore cite- Illinois Central 300 UIH US III lnterboroufh Met 700 14 1444 14H inter. Met. ptd 100 MV4 MVi 4IK International Itarreitar 101 lnterMarlne ctd ;; 1U International Paper .K H H tt International Pump 1,100 I I 7Vi Kansas Cltr Southern. .. 100 SBU S1U 31 Laclede Oaa tl Lthtah ralley t.700 It'ti lti Ui Lntrlevllle & Mehvllle.. 100 114!, 11114 WM M., fit. P. & H. ate. M. IM 111 111 1M Mteeourl, It, 6 T 109 HH H SI Mluourl Pacltla l.loo I4H 1IH HT4 National nieeult , 100 US 114 111',. National Lead 41 N. It. It. of M. Id pfd.. 100 11 IIS 1IH New York Central l.KK) 11 K K. T.. O. & W 600 II 2IH tl Norfolk A Weetera... ..... Mli North American 1100 70 70 ! Kbrthern Pacltla 000 UtU 11IH 1IH Pacific Mall U renneylvanla .., (.100 U0H 101 110 Ptople'e as 100 1H 1MH lMVi P.. C., C. & Bt. 1... II Plttahursh Coal 100 It 17 17 Preeied Fteel Car 100 24 34 14 Pullman Palace Car. ..... 1S4H Reading ...... M.OOO 111 1I0H 140 Ilepuhllo I. & &., ....... 100 11 11 11 rtepubllo lit ptd II Roes Iiland Co 6,400 17 11 II nock Iiland Co. pfd.,.. 1.100 30 21 II Ht L. & B. F. li pfd.. 6,100 II I I Beabotrd Air Ltn II Beaboard A. Ii. ptd...... 40 Bloae-fihetftetd H. A 1.. , tl flouthern raclflo 1,100 M II 14 Southern Hallway 100 24 34 14 Bo. Hallway ptd.., ., 77 Tenneiaee Copper 100 14 14 14 Teiai A fielde 100 II 11 u Union Picinp 11,400 151 ui ill Union Paclfte ptd tOO 14 14 It United States nealtjr..i. 100 45 45 tt United fttatea Itubeer.... M0 n 43 (I United States Bteel,.,.,, 17,100 60 to 10 U. a Bteel ptd 1,100 IM lot 104 Utah Copper 1,900 (ft to (0 Va,.Carollna Chemical ., 400 II 17 ml Wabaeh ,, t Wabah ptd T Weatern Marrland - II Weitern Union 100 85 m u Wratlmhoute Electrlo 100 S SI II Wheeling A L. K- , i Did. I Total aalea for tho dar, llJ.lOO shares. Kew York Money M'arltet. NEW YORK. May 27. Money on call, steady, 2Vifi2ttl ruling rate, 2; closing bid. Vii-, offered at 2. Time loans, steady; 60 and 00 days, $H1 six months, 4HO44. Closing quotations on bonds today were as follows! U. B. ret. la, reg...lM K. C. Bo. ret, I:.. 7U do coupon 10 I B. deb. 4a 1111. S U. B. !. reg 101 L. A N. unl. 4s.... II do coupon 101 M. K. A T. 1st 4a. . 10 U. B. 4s reg US do gen. 4s II do coupon 114 Mo. Pacltle 4i... . II Panama Is coupon. .101 do eonr. Si...., . S3 a..C. let U eila... 111 n P. of M 4e. 10 Aroer. As. ts........ ISeN. Y. C. g. 1...I A. T. A T. 0. 41. -100 do deb. 4s M eAm. Tobaeeo Is. . . .Ill N. Y. N. II. A H, Armour A Co. 4e.. J0H nr. ts 71 Atchison gen. 4s. ... 4N. A W. 1st e. 4s. M do er. 4 1IC0 da er. 4a, jot do er. M f''o. Pacltla 4s....... 14 A. O. L. 1st 4. U io la Del. A Ohio Is. MHO. 8. U rfdg. 4s... II do ls M Fenn. o. Is 1I1J.. I7H Brook. Tr. or. 4a.., tl do con. 4a MS On. ot Oa, ts.... 104 Reading gen. 4s 14 Cen. Leather ts MS. L. AS. P. fg to 4 Chaa. A Ohio 4s. M do gen. (a lift do oosr. 41 H 8t. L. & W. e. 4i 71 Chicago A A. Is, It B. A. L, sd. (a.. . 71 C. II, A Q. I. 4s... MS So. rae. col, 4...,. II da gen. 4s,..! II do er. 4a. 17 CMUl'o 4s..l01 do 1st ret. 4s,... It C. R. I. A P. o. 4s. TBo. Railway ta 101 do rtg. 4s U do gen. 4a. T5il a A S. r A 41 II Union Paclflo 4s. . . Ma? D. A II, er. 4s 17 do or. 4s 11 D. A R. a. ref. Is. 71 do 1st A ret. 4. . . 10 DUtlllers' ts eiU. B. Hubber ls....lM' Erie p. 1. 4s I1V4U. 8. Steel Id H...100 do gen. 4e 71V.-o. Chem. s.... 14 do er. 4s. ter. II. 70Wahaah 1st A ex. 4s 14 III. Cen. 1st ret. 4s Weatern Md. 4.., 71 Inter. fet. 4 71 West. Elec. er. la.. 40 Inter. M. M. 4a.. 41 Wis. Central 4s,. It Japan 4 UK ' Did. Offered. Neve York Mining; Blocks. NEW YORK. May 27. Closing" quota tions on mining stocks were; Ota. Tunnel stock... I Little Chief t do bende UUexIcan bo Con. cal. A Vs....... 11 Ontario , .....too Iron Silver 1U Ophlr u UitdTllle Con. ...... I Yellow Jacket It Offered. Eruporoted Apples and Dried Fruit. NEW YORK.May 27. EVAPORATED APPLES-Qulet APRICOTS Firm. PEACHES Steady, RAISINS-Dull. t llTimfEoT roajT alnful, -e. - wee I Mil Www f WIIIV XVUOll.9CsU Tortnous, Ulqerated, Ruptured. fla.KUphautlaalt. ItUkaionttha lnfUramaUon, aoreneaa ana dUcolanv Uoni reUevee the pain and tiredness: reduce tha swelling, gradually restor ing part to normal strength and id. pearmncs, AUSOKlilNk. JR.. la a Willi nH WHinv 5 . eKTi mild, safe, pleasant snuaeptlo llnl ment, healing and soothing, Borers cseei wherd reins hare ulcerated and broken hare been com pletely and permanently aured.etYlrsl fen appli cations ot AUBOItUlNK, JR will glrrtG;i and prore lu jnorlu lino and gl.00 par bottle at druggists or delivered. Detailed directions, renoru on iwimn ana Hook a U free on request W. r. VOUNO. P. D. P 104 xmpii bC BprUu-flell. Mass. (