Chicago, May 26. Following were the quotations on the board of trade to-day: Wheat - No. 2 May, opened $1.0% closed $1.0í; July, opened S1.UOJ4 closed 51.00%; September, opened 96jc, closed 96!4o. Corn-No. 2 May, opened 58%c; closed COc; July, opened 54%c, closed 564c; September, opened KSJc, closed 55c Oats- No. 2 May, opened - , closed 48Hc; July, opened i2Hc ciosed MJíc; September, opened 34)4c, closed 35ác. Pork- May, opened $10. 87)4 closed $10.70; July, opened $10.80, closed $10. 82; September, opened 811.02J4 closed $11.05. Lard - May, opened $6.25, closed $0.27}. Live stock- Following were the prices at the Union stock yards to-day: Hogs- Market active on packing and snipping account, and feeling rather flrm; prices 5@10c lower; sales ranged at $2.6Ü@4.20 pigs, $4.2Jíi4.55 light. $firstname.lastname@example.org rough packing, $4.25@,4.60 mixed, and $4.40ii4.65 heavy packing and shipping lots. Cattle- Market moderately active on local and shipping account and pnces wel] maintained; quotations ranged at $5.75 @6.40 for choice to fancy shipping steers, S5.email@example.com good to choice do, $4.3íi@4.90 comnion to fair do, $firstname.lastname@example.org butchers' steers, $email@example.com stockers, $firstname.lastname@example.org Texans, $email@example.comü feeders, $1.50@1-Ü0 cowa, $1 5J@3.5U bulls, and $2.504.50 veal calves. Sheep- Demand fairly active and prices ruled steady; quotations ranged at $firstname.lastname@example.org westerns, $4.00@5 50 natives, and S5.25&Ü.75 lambs. Produce: Butter- Fancy separator, 17@18c per Ib; dairies, fancy fresh. 14@15c; packing stocks, fresh, @llc. Kggs- southern stock, 15c per doz; northern, löjc. Live poultry- Oíd chickens, 9íc per Ib; spring, i(&22; roosters, 5@5Hc; turkeys, mixed, 8@9c; ducks, 8H@9)4t; Potatoes- Rose, 7585c per bu; Hebron, 9Ü@ 95c; Peerless, 85a90c; Burbanks, $L0J@1.05; mixed, 65@75c. Strawberries- Tennesaee, fair togood, 50@00c per 24-qtcase; Illinois, 75c@ $1.00. New York. New York, May 24 Wheat- No. 2 red winter cash, $1.1:%; do May, $1.12; do June, SL10Lé; do July, Í1.08. Corn- No. 2 mixed cash, 67c; do May, 68c; do June, 62%c; do July, 610. Oate- Dull but steady; No. 2 mixed cash, 514(a52e; do June, 494c; do July, 48%c. Bye- Nominal. Barley- Nominal. Pork- Quiet; $12.0OO13.75 for new mess. Lard- Quiet; July, $6.57; August, 86.66. Live Stock: Cattle- Market flrm, but no trading in beeves; dressed beef, steady; native sides, 9á@92íc # t. Sheep and Lambs- Market dull; sheep $4.5O@ö.70 # 100 Bs; lambs, $7.OO@8.0O. Hogs- Market dull; live hogs,$4.605.15 Y Ib 1ÜU s. St. Louis. St. Louis, May 26. Wheat- Firm; cash, 81.03; May, 8102 bid; July, 96c asked; August, 94}L@94c. Corn- Steadv; cash, 55c; May, 56c bid July, 51J4e; September, 52%c. Oats-Steady cash, ii&c; May, 43% July, 41c bid; Au gust, 35c. Pork- Steady; $10.87)4 Lard- Quiet; $6.00. Whisky-Steady; 81.10. Detroit. Detroit, May 26. Wheat- No. 2 red cash, 8109 bid; July $1.01; August, 98J6c; No. 1 white cash, $1.11 Corn-No. 2 cash, 67c bid. Oats- No. 2 cash. 46KÍI-.