Chicago, May 11. } Following were the quotations on the board ■ oftrade to-day: Wheat- No. 2 May, oponed S1.01Í4, closed $1M}4; July, opened 9c, closecl $1. 00%; September, opened 94Jc, closed : 96c. Cora- No. 2 May, opened 62JÍC, closed i 6tc; July, opened 584c closed 59c; August, opened - , closed 58Lc. Oats- No. 2 May, opened - , closed 51c; July, opened tójác, closed %c; September, opened 35c, closed 354e. May, opened , closed $11.35; July, opened 111.7!% closed $11.00; September, opened $12.00, closed $11.85. Lard- May, opened - , closed $6.42). Live stock- Following were the prices at the Union Stock yards: Hogs-Market active on packing and shipping account, and prices well maintained; sales ranged at $3.0U@4.(0 pigs, $firstname.lastname@example.org light, $email@example.com rough packing, $4.50 4.90 mixed, and $4.75@5.Ü5 heavy packing and shippingjots. Uattle- Market active on local and shipping account and prices well supported; quotations ranged at S5.firstname.lastname@example.org for choice to fancy shipping steers, $5.0O@í. 70 good to choice do, $email@example.com common to fair do, $3.50,34,25 butchers' steers, $2.tiO@3.5O stockera, $3.0U@ 5.25Texans, $3. firstname.lastname@example.org f eeders, $L50@4-O0cows, $email@example.com bulls, and $2.504.50 vel calves. Sheep- Demand rather active and prices ruled steady: Quotations ranged at H75@6.70 westerns, $5.(Xk&0.75 natives, and $6.UO@7.5Ü lamba. Produce: Butter- Fancy separator, 27c per Ib; dairies. fancy fresh, 23@25c; packing stock, fresh, 15@17c. Eggs- Southern stock, 13M@14c per doz; northern, 14c. Live poultry -Oíd chicken, 10c Ib; spring, $1.5O@B.O0 per doz; roosters, 55Hc; turkeys, mixed, 9c; ducks, 910c; geese, $firstname.lastname@example.org per doz. Potatoes- Rose, 7585c per bu; Hebron, 9O@95c; Peerless, 8ö83c; Burbanks, $email@example.com; mixed, 75@85c. Strawberries- Tennessee, poor to fair, $firstname.lastname@example.org; good, yi:,ió&!.W per 24-qt case; Mississippi, poor to fair, ïl.email@example.com per 24-qt case. St. I.OUÍH St. Louis, May 12. Wheat- Strong and higher; No.2 cash, fliB; May, $1.03 bid; June, $1.03 bid; July, b -H@ 96Mc; August, 95c. Cora- Higher; cash, 5J4c; May, 595c; July, 57?éO57?íc. Oats- Higher; cash, 51c; May. 51Jác; July, 43&C. Pork- Easler; $1L 7511.87H. Lard-Quiet; $6.25. Whisky-Steady; $1.18.