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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE:- VKDFSI)AY,- FEBRUAHY -8, 190t..
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REAL ESTATE LOANS
WA!fTEDCHy loan and warrant. W.
Farnam Smith A Co., 1330 Frnm St.
22)-6R3
PAYNE. BOSTWICK at CO., N. T. Lit:
Privat money; a to 6,ooo; low rat.
(I2)-6S4
If TO IS.nno on homes in Omaha. O'Krefe
Real rmitt Co., loot N. V. Ufa. Doug,
or A-216J. - m)-4H6
SECOND MORTGAGE loans ngntlted.
Apply Room 18. First Natl Bank Pldg.
" Bell 'phone Douglas 231S. (::)-
PRIVATE MONEY-NO DELAT.
OARVIN BROS., 1804 FARNAM.
l22)-T
- ' r ' ' . - - - -
WANTED City- loan. Peters Trust Co.
22)-6S9
CHOICE U)ANH ON IMPROVED OMAHA
PROPERTY OR FAKMH; low rate, no
delay. U Sl-jbernscn. Old Boaton Store Rd.
(22-K8
FIVE PER CENT MONEY
to Iran on
Omaha Business Property.
THOMAS BRENNAN.
Room I New York Life Bldg.
' r (22)-690
LOWEST BATES Bemla. Paxton block.
(23) 4W1
TO liO.flfx) made promptly. F. D. Wead,
Wead Bldg.. lth arid Farnam. (22) 192
MONET TO LOAN Payne Investment Co.
... , ; ,. (O-tSO
'. MONEY TO BUILD.
V to fclOO.OX) at current ratea.
W. H. THOMAS, MB First Nat l BankyBMg.
2i-H
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET
Home Demand for Wheat Good, Re
ceipts Are Light.
DOMESTIC CONDITIONS THE BASIS
Cera Receipt Are More Liberal with
Improved Wnlktr (l Attvsinre
Pat a Check on the F.x
port Sales.
and other nrarby first, free case. Mr, at
mark; Pennsylvania and other nearhy rur
rent receipts, free rsars. 33c; western firsts,
free emu, Sir; Western current receipts,
free rn.ps, rr"i7 3.1c.
CHEESE Firm; New Ynrv full creams,
rlmice, 144fri44r: New York full creams,
fair to good. 134fll4c.
PRIVATE money to loan.
418 Brandela Bldg.
H. Sherwood,
fl-fc
WANTED TO BUY
HIGHEST prices fof secondhand furniture,
carpets, clothe and shoes. Tel. Doug. n.
26.)-3
1-4
BEST price paM for secondhand furniture,
A rsrpeis, stoveay-ilthlng, ahoaa. Tel. Red
f .i401. .. , 25)-j7
WANTED--A II kinds of 2dhnd furniture;
will pav highest price. J. Levlne. 304 N.
lth. 'i'hone Douglaa 771. (23) 65
WANTED Second-hand Maccy book rases.
Addiets E 463. car Bee. (25) 9 2
WANTED :t6- buy, second-tiand talking
machine with records, th kind that sell
from ' l 'to' 3t, new. - Address 2439
South 30th Av. . 26)-90 Jx
WANTED a- erond-ftnd safe. In good
condition, not lees than 1 deep In the
clear. Address Beatrice Poultry and
Cold Storage- -Co., - Beatrice, Neb.
. '. (5)-Mt09 8
WANTED SITUATIONS
YOUNG man desires place to work fbr
. hoard wlillc attending school. Boyles Col
lege. Both phones. , , (27) a
JAPANESE young. man wants a situation
at genital buu work. P. O. Box 59,
H-MHh Omab. . CT) M992 Bx
STOVE REPAIRS
FURNACE, steam and hot water repalra;
Thermostat sod other heat regulators;
new furnace and hot water combination
heating. Omaha - gtsve Repair Works.
Vf-12 Douglaa St. .'Phones: Ind. A-a2i;
iell, Douglas 9i0. 700
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE OP. .STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
IN(J Netlcer Is hereby given that the
regular annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Bouih Platte Land company will be
bald at -the of flea', of said company at
lncoln. Nebraska, at 11' o'clock a. m., on
the third day of March, A. D., 1909.
C. H. MORRILI President.
st A, B. MINOR,-Secretary.
Lincoln, Nebraska, February 1, 1809.
... .'. ; . . Fl-d3nt
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
OMAHA, Feb. I. 1909.
Tha domestic demand for wheat continues
good and reeelpta at all primary polnta are
unusually light. The present values are
based upon the domestic conditions, and i
th present stocks decrease further ad
vances are predicted.
Receipts of corn are more liberal, with
the more favorable weather and the ad
vance In prices haa checked the export
saies, and the local demand Is epasdomlc
snd values decline quickly when buylna
ceases.
Whefit- cables responded well to our ad
vance yesterday, causing a strong opening
today. Later wheat came out freely on thu
bulge and selling was heavy hv commis
sion houses and local lonus. May wheat
opened at I1.02H and olosed at Sl.olH.
The corn market suffered a setback,
owing to the heavier receipts as a result of
inn more ravnrahle shipping wenner.
The market answer readily to any buying,
but reacta with 'a lack of support.
May corn oneneH al tjip and closed at
57c.
Primary wheat reeelnta were . M2.ono
buaheU and shipments were 3I3.OU0 bushels,
agiinst receipts last year of 379.0OO bushels
and shipments of SfM.OW bushels.
Corn recelnts were 2MI.0HI bushels and
ehlpmenta were 623,0)0 bushels, agnlnst
recelnts ast vear of 614.0uO bushclB and
ahlpments of 6.0i)0 bushels,.
Clearances were 3fi3.0) bushels of corn,
none of oats and wheat and flour equal
to H2.CK) bushels.
Liverpool closed- VffNd hla-her on wheat
and t,d hlirher on corn. -
Local range of option:
Artlclea.l Open. Hlgh.l Low.! Close. Yea'y
Wheat
Mav.. July..
Corn-
May..
Oats-
May..
I
1 KK
68
I
4S
I
n?ti 1 01V 1 1 2H
92H! 91'l 92t
W j . . 571.1 57' 5S
I I
4!HI 46.! 4Si4; 49',
Prleea.
No.
No.
Omaha Cash
WHEAT No. 2 hard. 99HcSTl.on;
hard, aimnic; No. 4 hard, HfV
apring. u!ic.
CORN No. 8, S5VR65;: No. . S yelldw,
B5tc: No. 3 white. Bayi;W;c.
OATS No. 3 mixed, . 47Vi471c; No. 3
yellow. 4t'4'g4SHc; No. 3 white, 4SVi48e;
No. 4 white, 474e
RYE No. 2, 71:-; No. 3. 70Hc.
Carlot Receipts. -
Wheat. Corn,
Chicago g"
Minneapolis 160
Omaha 1
Duluth 30
CHICAGO GRAIN A.D PROV19IO.VS
111
io6
Oats
19
.Ueorg HunlEfuger to Paul Holsapfel
L and wlfn. e'4 of lot 14, block 2. Camp
bell' add...,....,.,,.., t 1,000
Oenrge W. Garloch and, wlt,e to Anna
M. Shermerhorn. alM ft. of lot 46.
subdiv. of block "A," Reservoir add. 8,300
Alexander C. Reed and wife et al.
to Frnnk HrunW and wife, kit 11,
block 1V Hal Terrace,...-. 27
Lewis 8. Itetd audi wife to same, lot
lit, blix-k I. Ilutel Terrace 275
Ellxabetli M. Sliahan to Reed Bros.,
lot V, block 5," and lots 3 and 4,
block . Central park, and other lota I
' County treasurer to Reed Bros., lot 10,
block 5. Central park
K. H. Ratrkin'and wife to A. C. Cor- .
iM-tt. lot 10, hlock I. Central park.... 1
l.itura M. Campbell to Elisabeth M.
Shahau, lot-1, block i. Pruyn park.. ,2
County treasurer to Laura M. Camp
bell, same .ir.-.j
, Bum In Reed Bro . lot 4, - block 8.
Central park
rtieo anil wkie 10 mme.
15
1,500
Feat ares of the Trading; and Closing
Price on Board of Trade.
CHICAOO, Feb. 2. An increase of nearly
6,000.(00 bu. for the week In the world's
visible supply of wheat created bearish sen
timent In the wheat market here today
and caused a net loss at the close of V'f
Sc. Corn, oat and provisions also closed
weak.
There was a reversal of local trade con
dltlona In the wheat pit today, from the
market of the pievlouB . clay. IsenTlment
In the pit being bearish throughout the en
tire day. The course of the market was
largely ahaped by the leading . bulla, who
sold quite freely from start to finish. The
fact that the short Interest waa eliminated
to a great extent by yesterday's bulge,
helped to weaken the market. A noticea
ble feature of today's pioceedings was
the shifting over from the May delivery
to the July option, owing to the congested
condition at the former delivery. The chief
weakening factor was Hradstreeta' state
ment of the world's visible supply, which
howed an Increase of 4.800.000 bu. for the
week. There was a mild show or firm
ness at the opening, due to the strength
of the fu.-eign wheat markets, but .this -was
oon sidestepped'. '-The- market closed Weak
and onlv a trifle above the lowest point
of the day, with May at ll.wiv, and July
at 7',a98c. Clearances of wheat and flour
wer euual to 143.0O0 bu.
The corn market developed considerable
weakness. In expectation of considerable
receipt on corn from the Interior. The
market closed down ss4T'Hc. compared with
the previous clove. Final quotations on
May were at KlVifOS'ic, arid on July, 63'c.
Oata exhibited a weak tone during the
entire session. The market closed weak,
with prices down i&c to VjC, with May
at 61c and July at 4ic.
Provision were weak on general liquida
tion, local packers being among the chief
seller. The market was bearishly af
fected by unexpectedly large stocks of pro
vision at outside packing centers. At the
close prices were 7V&15c lower.
Th leading future ranged a follow:
SKW YORK r.F.ERAI. MARKET
Raotatlons of the Day on Varloa
Commodities.
NEW YORK. Feb. 2.-FLOUR-Receipt i.
2!.?ipo bbls.; exports, 12.000 bbls. Market slow
but firm. Minnesota patents, 5.iMr5.n
winter straights, $4 fiTntH.sn; Minnesota
bakers, H. 204.50; winter extras. 13.704.25:
winter patents, 4.75'a5.25; winter low grades,
t3.tnrn4.15. Rye flour, steady; fair to good,
t4.fltvii4.25; choice to fancy, 4.3M)4.B. Buck
wheat flour, dull; t2.15-jr2.40 per lot! lbs.
BUCKWHEAT Irregular; New York
state, 70c. nominal.
COR.VMEAIy Firm; fine white and yel
low, tl KVcrl.BO; coarse, tl.6oiil.56; kiln dried,
..?, 3. 40.
RYE Dull; No. 2 western, 81Hc, f. o. b.
New York.
BARLEY Steady ; malting. 74-378C, c. I. f
New York; feeding. 7oc. c. I. f. New York.
WHEAT Receipts. 63. bu. Kpot market
easy. No. 2 red, fl.HMvfil.llH. elevator; No.
2 red. ti ll. f. o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern
Duluth, 11.204, f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard
winter. t!.l4. f. o. b. afloat. Although
foreign buying gave wheat a firmer oiwn
lng today; bear preasure scon developed,
followed by a big Increase In world'a stocks,
and last prices showed 4c to r net loss.
May, tl.l'"S.Til.i:4, closed at St.UM; July
closed at tl.05.
CORN Receipts. 42.700 bu.; exports. 1,
(3 bu. Ppot market easy. No. I, 714c,
elevator, and WV, f. o. b. afloat; No. 2
white, nominal, and No. 2 yellow, ic.
f. .o..b. afloa. Option market wu. without
transactions, closing 4c to 4c lower. May
closed at 7o-c, July at 704c and September
at 74c
OATS Receipts, 33,400 bu. Spot marker
steady. ' Mixed, 28 to 32 lbs., BflMViC ;
natural white, 2fi to 32 lbs., 5tfc74c; clipped
white, 32 to 40 lbs., 5t4fet2c.
HAY Firm; shipping, nominal at 6065c;
good to choice, 85c.
HIDES Quiet; Bogota, 19fff20c; Central
America, 204c.
LEATHER Steadv ; ncld. 234'529c.
PROVISIONS Beef, steadv; family. tlt.oO
I517.O0; mess, U.Xci 11. B0; beef hams, ttl.60
Ui.Bit: pricket, $16.50-017.00; city extra India
mess. $15.01X515.60. Cut meats, steady;
pickled bellies, $!i.OOfJ9.25; pickled hams, $!.60
J 10.00. Lard, easv; western, t9.70tr9.80; re
fined, quiet; continent, tlO.15: South Amer
ica, tlO.85; compound. t7.75loS.124. Pork,
firm; family, $18. So 19.60; short clear, $19.60
22.50; mess, tn.SO-S 18,00.
TALLOW-Firm: city (t-'-OO per pk.), 6c;
country (okas. free). 67v&S'c.
. RICE Firm; domestic, fair to extra, 24
fe4c; Japan, nominal.
BUTTER Fancy, firm: other grades,
quiet; cteamerv specials. aj104e: official,
30c; extras, 2iKj.'94c; thirds to firsts, 2J9
2Sc; held, common to specials. 22i2!4c;
process, common to specials, 18g244c; west
ern factory, firsts, 214f22c; western Imita
tion creamery, firsts, 2.1'g24c.
CHEESE Firm; state full cream spe
cials, 144tilj-vc; fancy, 144; good to fine,
14c; winter made, best. 134c; good to prime,
125130; common to fair. 104jllic; skims,
full to special, 244t'lla'4C.
EGGS Easier; state, Pennsylvania and
nearby fancy selected, white. 3!i40c; state,
Pennsylvania and nearby, fair to choice, 37
i.'ifcc; brown and mixed, fancy, 3fifi37c;
brown and mixed, fair to choice, 34'35c;
western firsts. 344c; seconds. Xifi.'ilc.
POULTRY Dressed, irregular; western
chickens, lL'lc; fowls, l;;jil5c; turkeys,
19 23c.
NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS
Market it Euled Largely by Technical
Consideration. ' '
PEOFESSIONALS AHE CAUTIOUS
.ewa U Generally I Imaorlaai mm
Dnllaesi Almost Rear he Patlat
of garnatlanForel;i
Market Cheerfal.
NEW YORK. Feb. J.-The stock market
5nd 'l'Jul'l largely y technical
consideration. The professional element
T..".' T rl"King short sale In view of
rd"' '"""'"tretlon of liquidation In
wk br.,h' '""'dert.bte declln of last
J,tr'- TJ,e """ duller at time
fir. VT d,,y tn;B ny ,m,e tho
n'orimUun"- dcVPloP"""
HBv.nn''Jnlpor.,.anr' ttched to a sharp
n? n!L t lnJ,ha t""l-e of copper warrant
m- JT'I"1 n-ket, th first that ha
trti lFJ.? m?ny d"2'"' enTver mine harra
l7rL. J,dv"n,e nl th,i "mwlng and the
t. ffpct, w" "'fleeted here. lthough new
he Tron" ,he Crr ""lu-lry. From
i2 In,,ad,,, cam Intimation of a ahad
dwelton?.IfrJ ,rn Prtc"- wire
ImnnVtJ ?n '.'r.Sg "VW than from anv
Mo ln th" fntlons themselves.
rJC VV ,'". M reported. The Iron
8n d.i"ieel 'n?""-'"'. however, were high, "
nh m.rket. A feature of Incoming
monthly reports of railroad earnings Tfor
wMemV"' " tn item or grating cost li
which Is shown an lncres over the mil
iar outlay in rAVemher of 1907. These ln
ZZ?Ca BT" i'"f-nt because, although
gross earning In December, 1907. showed
tlie depression on railroad traffic of the
vanic of the preceding Oclobe" there- had
trn "duair economies effectedTn op
erating cost The Item of operatlnr ex
penses of railroads In Decembe? oi 1907. m
1 t?J ILroport,on nearly 3 per cent
when Dember " xceM Cvr ht leve
a?howlSC.C'irVZrU"t b' r"""-del therefore
m-in.l"f. "T""? trenerou allowance for
Hsrrlmsn Issue receWHI attention. nd
with New York giving general support in
tbe afternoon, the market flixarwd frrm.
PARIS. Feb. I. Prices on th Bourse to
day were firm on the Russian proposition
to settle the Rutaarlan-Turklah difficulty.
The r-rivate rate of discount I 14 per cent,
a decline of 4 of 1 per cent.
BERLIN, Feb. f Price on the Bourse
today were Irregular. Iron Shares were
weaker. Amerk'an rails were firmer on
advices from New York, and government
securities wer strong
t!rv.7?a.?L' polRy of ""nblng like
o. .. k 'I1 rxpenonure is kn
during
a"adV
tnri lUU Ifl hTraaiAir dar,r.. 1
nssltv,fhre,Pref;:nt,rhan' ,n Poller ta if
necessity frotu the long postponement nf
proper outlay or whether It maPka growth
?ff7'ta CJ'nc,Ln ,i,,ure "'nlhVs Th
m-. J "Jtod " the demand for equip
ment and material. Borne flrmneaa b? 1 h
njcK or
rAllrtDAfl Arllllnmonr A.-l.-t i f
may be traceable to this cause. '
... U,MIB , nana mat m a-ht bear an
i"te.rpr.'tatlon. unfavorable to va?ue seemed
More serious attention
iulL C"rrrni "- discussion to Th
thrw.lCn.rrid.l,'on..agln"t tn claim
ine Mail paper "trimf fnr
uc-Dl WlilCjl
WEATHER IN THE GR Al KELT
w-cu. Aari- i 1 ( irtPfit nn res.
he
A4F
truat' for collertlnn f
r?"1,'10" aeal"t t"elr debtors. A c
th- wr ; out or Baltimore to meet
The California attitude on th. J.n
question and the reswmrvtlnn T.-Z".-"
terms for settlement r T,r.b.".. "I..,lne
Jgalnst Bulgaria" had a cheering' efft"SrT
'or;'gn markets and conduced to the L?!
Bondas"wein fimout "orkets there.
c ;2J3- n" 8,ate bnd. were un:
Fai
Mark
Wednesday and Not
Chance In Temperature.
OMVHA, Feb. 2. 1909.
The weather has moderated rapidly
throughout the eastern nnd southern slates
during the last twenty-four hours, and
temperatures are generally higher every
where, except in the, xtreme upper Missouri
valley and western Canadian province,
where they are slighily lower. Considerable
cloudiness Is shown ln the eastern states,
and light snows are falling in the lower
lake region. . Light rain are falling on
tl.e Pacific coast, and cloudy weathe
prevails on the western Rocky mountain
slope. It is generally clear throughout the
central valleys and southern portion, ex
cept light snow flurries are reported In the
extreme upper Miourl valley. The in
dications are for continued fair woather in
rthts vicinity tonight and Wednesday, with
no Important change in temperature.
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding d:iy of the
last three year. ,
1309. 1908. 1907. 1908.
Minimum temperature
Precipitation
Normal temperature
grees
A Central prk
' l Herbert C. Bowden and wife to same,
lot id. block t. Baker place
1. C. Patterson, trustee, and wife to
1 same, lot 3, block s. Central park....
john L. Boyd to Mary Rlnn, lot 14,
block 2. Hilli..e add. No. 1
i
.J T
leorge C. Johnson ana wti to
Charles Martin,1 tot c ana m, oiocr
4, Denron. ulac. .c -
se K. Crlaman and wife to Elvr
Hamlin. eWt ft. -of n4 ' lot . block
Park place. '.;
ited Re! Ktl and Trust 10. to
llllam Musgrav. lot a, mock z.
ma 15. 1 ric ie Aiireu n.eticit
.1 n.w.. S-1S-13
EiAma K. Perm to ran. .
ifcrd, lot . uioca us, umaim.... .......
BteUa M. WilcUlt to Iwigni wuiiama,
, e4 of Io 10, olock SB, Benaon
N 'P Dodge. Jr., and wife to Frank
E. Wllhelm, lot 3S. block 6. Paddock
Thl'cmuha' Rea'nV'coi'to ame. lot j
and 85. block 57 Paddock place
r F Bralley.' aberlff. to Portsmouth
f Saving bank, lot li, block lit. Dun-
CaflnVYley " to ' Ved ' G. " "Kii r!
nIO ft. Of let f lot
block ia. Boulu Omaha..:. .....
Otto C Kurt to John W. Kurtj lot
21 and 22. blmk 13. Saunder & Hlme-
baugh sOd- ;"':"A',"T
William Breckner to Gust OUon
, i-r7 moii 1 n iim.nn
350
l.00
700
666
400
1,700
3,500
Artlclea.l Open. High. Low. Cloae. Yes'y.
Wheat
May
July
Sept.
Corn-t
May
July
Sept.
Oats
May July
Sept.
Pork
May July
Lard
May July
niba
May
July
I I I I
1 094' 1 094' 1 084' 1 08UI
9K4!8 84! 74l9V'h
944ill 94 9441 H
lti3V
WVU4!
44'?S
17 10
17 U4l
66
774
I
t 24
9 10
V;34Jlil
'a4l 34i
4;6341',4
ta 6ii4
6W6raijtCVjli3
62'i 6l
414 4644,
394
17 10
17 124
I
t 674
774
I
8 95
10
39
16 95
17 00
9 24
75
8 R74
V ut
1 094
984
W'
tB-4
J4
34 2
... .00 .00
for today.
-3
T
21
21
.00
de-
rees. 1
Deficiency ln precipltitlon since March
1, 5.27 Inches.
Deficiency corresponding period in j-jus,
7.81 Inches.
Deficiency
4.13 inches.
corresponding period in 1907,
L. A. WELSH,
Local Forecaster.
61) 524
'4
1 95
17 00
4I
75
8 90
9 (
17 10
17 15
t 70
824
06
lot
1.400
ni..,w- A . Soratlen to vmrm
Grvey.. lot 14. . block i. Bogg A,
John' J. dRocrt'. " t ruVtV.," "to ' OeoVge
B.1.V. b 1. block 1. Anderon plsxe
K a. Maeaton and wtf to JWIna
iStelger. lot IS. A. Kounli add...
Tot.l. 0'913
OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
CAMADIAM PACIFIC
w.ekly IUn Moatreal-uebo to Ll
rooS? Two day on th Majestic t
,wrnc and only four day at sea
summer ailln( lists aid
..T
ri
liormrl
Writ lor
booklet. Btj, m. A- " '
t3a . - ck xa.
Metal Market. .
NEW YORK, Feb. i. S& ETA LB Twer
tu a sharp advene in the London tin
market today, spot being Quoted at 1
7a td aod futures at 127 6. Th local
market wa quiet hut firm, with spot quoted
gj :7.6iy27.75. Gppee advanced 10 68 5
(or spot an -at 6$ 6 for future in the
London market. Th local market wag
. k but nnmlnallv unchanaed. with lk
auoied at tlt.7Agn4.00, electrolytic at tH
1S 6 and casting at tit lt40'lt (74. Lad
waa unchanged, gt 1113 in London and
u 12VM&4.17S4 in th local market. BoeHer
wa lower at 11 10 In London. The local
-rk.et remained auiet at tfi.OJHW 074
Iron waa unchanged at 48 3d for CUvelarid
warrant In the London market. Locally
ho ehang was reported. No-1 foundry
northern. glT (trn 76; No. I foundry north-M-n,
(;g764ei7.15: No. 1 foundry southern and
tin. I fvunury ouinrn. son, tw.Bii i-
..,.,. v. e. ..a J j . . 1 1
- HI. 1 fJ L'lD, r "V. - K- 1 n. ldCT 1.1,, guii
at M; fPclter..luH at taoo, ...
WA1HINOTON, rob. 1 Today's statu
1 nuit of the treaaurr balance In th gen
rai fuod.eeluiv of the tl60.0u0.0u0 ald
ireeerv. - Available cash balau-,
n..j-ia- mnl9 rtn mnA hulliuU. Xm!f44 11l'
jfuii vartUnatea, M.6,lt.
No. 1 .
Cash quotation were as follow:
FLOl'R Strong, and price advanced
about 16c.
WHEAT No. I apring. Sl.O84jM.ll: No. 3
spring. Sl oCcr-l lO; No. a red. tl.0&44rl (W4.
CORN No. 2, 61U614C: No, 2 yellow, 614
6itii4-
OAT8 No. S white, 60&62c.
RYE No. 2. 76c.
BARLEY Good feeding, 612c; fair to
choice malting. 42tf4e.
HEKD8 Flax, No. 1 northwestern, tl.62.
Timothy, prime, t3.8iU3.tt6. Clover, contract
grades. It'. 3".
PHOVI8ION8 Short ribs, side (loose).
J8.74n8.76. Mi pork, per bbl., tW.4'cT
17.01'. Ijird. pe"" 1 '. f9 .45. Short clear
kie (boxed), S.7&!9.00.
FollowinK were the receipt and hln-
ments of flour and grain; -
Iteceipr. BUlpments.
Flour, bbls.... 30.9nr i,2i
Wheat. 4u 116.6in
Corn, bu..... 12.i.i) ac.a-o
Oata, bu luo.oo 'Jbij,900
Rye. bu "
Barley, bu fci.SCO 4.'.,000
On the Produce exenang louay tne but
ter market was steady: creameries, iKusie;
dairies, !lift36r. Eggs, weak; at mark, case
Included. Sfwi SJc : first. Sic: prime firsts. 34c.
Cheese, firm; 14clt4.
Kaaaaa City Grata and Provision.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. S.-WHEAT Un
changed; May. 51 0u-"',; July, 914c; cash. No.
1 bard, tlI074: No. S bard, S1-WJ'1.V2;
No. S red, tl.ll3'l-l2; No. 3 red. ll.1V4l.ll.
CORN Cnchanged to 4C nignerr May.
594c; July. 64c: September, 6)4c; cush.
No. I mixed, bva34c; fo. I mixed, c;
No. S white, lc. No. S white, tM,c.
OATS Unchanged; No. 2 white, 614c; No.
I mixed. 4trtoc. .
RYE T2dnic. -
HAY Steady on prairie; firm on other
grades; choice timothy, t9 75&lu.0O; choic e
prairie, p, .251 .60; choice aKalfa, tl4.0otila.tM.
BUTTER Steady; creamery. Sue; packing
stock, lie. .
EGOS 64c lower;- fresh extra, 32c; cur
rent receipt. 2&4c.
Receipt and snipments of grain were as
follow: Receipts. Shipments.
Wheat, bu sii.uoi) Kt )
Corn, bu 2t, 3.Hu0
Oata, bu li.uco 13,uuu
Kansas City quotation reported by Lo
gan V Bryan, 112 Board of Trade:
St. I.ools neneral Market.
ST. IjOUIS. Feb. 3. WHEAT Future
lower; chhIi liigher; track, No. ' red, cash,
1.144'dl.ltH4; No. 2 hard, l.(j&4y5C1.0; May,
Il.(i7"x: Julv. Mc.
CORN Weak; track.' No. 2 cash, 24
6i4c: NO. 2 white; (kVuWfttc; May, bl,iiti24c.
OATS Weak; track. Nc. 2 cah, 6lc; No.
2 white, 624c; May, 614c; July, 454c
BYE Nominal at 77c.
KI.OCR Hla-her: red winter patents,
5 lo'uJ.So; extra fancy and straights, 64.50
i5; hard winter clear, jj-io.
HEED Timothy, Kl$3.4.
( XRNM E..l-t.i.lO.
BRAN Firm; sacked, east track, t!.10
1.15.
HAY Firm; timothy, S9.60fjl4; praiitio,
l(tiil.
BAGGING f.4e.
HEMP TWINE 7c.
PROVISIONS Pork lxwer; Jobbing,
SIS.:. Iird. lower: prime steam, S9.174J8'
9.274- Dry salt meata, uncnangeo; Doxea
extra shorts. t9.25; clear ribs. S9.374; sliort
clear, S9.8C4. Bacon, , unchanged; boxed,
cxtr abort. tlO.60; clear ribs, tlO.374; short
clears. t10.-'4.
POL'LTRY-Qulet: chickens, 11c; springs,
124c: turkeys, 17c; ducks. 12c; geese, 64c..
BUTTER Steady; creamery, 2ij"9c.
EGGB Lower at 31o case count.
Receipt. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 9.5oit . 11,000
Wheat, buwheU 14.mr R2.000
Corn, bushels Sfi.f) K2,(i0
Oat, bushel 63.X . 69.UX)
Article.
I Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat
May ...
July ...
Cora
. May ...
July ...
1014! lj I004116HB
, 4i ". ti n 4 my,
1
to
!i4SV5S&4
0 5!.0 4l 54
B Bid
Philadelphia Froaae Market.
PHILADELPHIA.' Feb. - BITTER
ririn; eatra western creamery, Jlc; extra
nearhy prints. 3.-.
tUGS Wk and 2c loatr; Pcnn)lvauU
Visible Umpvf r Grain.
NEW YORK. Feb. !. Special cable and
telegraphic communicatlona received by
Hradstreets this week jhows the following
changes ln available supplies as compared
with previous accounts.
Wheat United States, east of the
Rockies, decreased J,50S.0f30 bu.; Canada,
Increased M7,0m bu.l total United States
and Canada, deereaaeel r.wn.ooo bu.; afloat
for and In Europe, lncreaaed 6,700,000 bu
total American and European supply in
creased 4.839,000 bu. corn rnlteci Mate
and Canada decreased 648,000 bu. Oata
United State and Canada, decreased 261,
6m bu.
The leading Increase and decreases re
ported this week follow:
ported this week follow: Increases Man!
tnha. 6S8.0HO bu.:- St. John, tog.OOO bu.
Omaha. 80,000; Sarnia and Fort Edward,
53.000 bu.
Decrease Chicago private elevator,
141.tX.rt bu.; Minneapolis private elevator.
pio.ooo bu.: Portland. Me., PS.OOO bu.; Lan
ing. 69 000 bu.
Minneapolis Grata Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 8. WHEAT May,
11.084; July, 11.08441.084: caeh. No. 1
hard. SI. 11: No. 1 northern; 61 10: No.-
northern, tl.7tt91-08; No. S northern, S1.06
t11064
BRAN In bulk, .X).
FIjOUR Quiet : first patents. 85. 405 60
aecond patenta. U lajie 40; first clears, S4.00
trt.10; second clear. J2 i(8S.W.
I
llverpeol Urala Market.
LIVERPOOL. Feb. 2.-WHEAT-Spot,
firm: track. No. 2 red western winter. &s:
futures, steady; March, .s 4d; May, 7
8d: July 7 "o.
CORN Spot. steady; new American
mixed; via Galveston, 6s 541; futurea quiet;
March, 5a 4u; May, t 40.
Milwaake Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Feb I. WH RAT Firm
No. 1. northern, SI 13; No. 3 northern.
Sill: May. tl.(4 asked.
CORN lxwer ; May, 4S34e.
BARLEY Higher; standard, C7c; am
ple, tx4t4i7c.
Peoria Market.
PEORIA, 111., Feb L-COLN-Unchanged;
no. a yeiiow, sic; io. yenow, vf.c; No
4, 69c; no grad. 66c.
OATS Steady; No. S whit. 609&0e.
; Teleda Bee Market.
TOLEDO. Feb J.-SEEDS Clover, raah
and February, H.J; Marcu. Vj 574. Prima
. .. .
on
Aaisloniatecl Oonpsr
Am. c. tc. r
Am. C. T. pt
Am. Cotten Oil
Am. H. A l. bm
Am. les Ssmrtlia.
Am. LlnMcd oil ,'
Amerlun LoeoniotlTe ...
Am. Locomotive pfd ....
Am. 8. a R
Am. 8. R. pit
Am. iinr fUrinlng
Am. Tobacro pfd
Amerlrsn Woeien
Anaconda Mining Co
At chiton
Atchiaos pfd ...'....'.1'.'.".
Atlanilc Co at Line!!."-!."
oaiiimore a Ohio....
Bal. tk Ohio prd
Brooklyn Rapid Tr .'.
Canadian Parirm
Central Leather
Centra Laather pfd..
irnirai 01 New Janwr....
Chaaapeake Ohio ,
Chloaa-o Oi. w
Chicago a N. W .'. ''."
C M. a 8t. P '."
r-. . C. a St. L
Colorado F. a I
Colorado a Bo
Colo, a So. 1st pfd...,...,
Colo, a go. td pit
Consolidated Uaa
Corn Produce.
ueiawar a H
Denver a K. o
D. a g. o. pfd........ .
Dlatlllars' Securities ....
Erie
Brio let pfd
Brie Sd pfd
General Electric
Great Northern pfd
Great Norther Ore ctfa....
Illlnola Central
Inierboraugh Met
Int. Met. pfd
International Paper
Int. Paper pfd
International rump .
Iowa Central
kanaaa Clir So
K. c. 8. pfd
Loulavlli a N
Minn, a 01. L
m., st. r a s. a -
Mlwourl Pacific
M., K. a T
M.. K. a T. nfd
National Lead
ew Vork Central
Y.. O. a W
Norfolk a W.i
North American
Northern Paclflo
Pacific Mair
Pennaylranla
rVuple's Uaa
r . C C. a t. L
Preaaed Steal Car
Pullman Palace Car....'!..
itauwar Steel Bprlnx.. ..
Heading
Republic Steel
Republic Steel p(d '.
Rock l.l.nd Co '
Rock l.l.nd Co. ptd
Bt. L. a 8. r. td pfd
at. Loun g. w. .
st. l. a. w. pfd...."!'.'."
Blcaa-Sheffleld 8. a I
Southern Pacific
Bo. Paeiric pfd .!!"!
southern Railwar . .'"
So. Hallway prd
Tenneeeee Copper
Teiaa a Pacific "'.
T., St. L. a W
T., It. L a W. pfd
Unloa Paclflo
I Dion Paclflo pfd
t'. 8. Rubber ' "
t. 8. Rubber 1st pfd..!...
V. 8. Steel
U. 8. Steel pfd
ftah Copper
Va. -Carolina Chemical ..!
Va.-Caro. Cham, pfd
Waba.h
Wabaah pfd "'
Weetinghoua Blaetrlo"!!!
Weaiern Cnlan
Wheellas l. g)
Wlaoor.ilu Central ."!.'.'"
am. t. a T. Co.
lea. H'gh. Low. Clots.
,o-t 7t, 7.,i4
1.SO0 4w
too lioa
a,s"w
jno
1,10
41
4
a
W Mil H
II. HV)
1 )
21
400
loa
I. W0
- 1,0
10s
2HI4
4414
100 14
m
M
i!4
11
vi 4-
281
44S
MS
4V
liu'a
4
e4
iJ'i
111
s
mtt
(ilk
4
ino
101 w 10114
. .mo iotii ieiti iWt;
ti
.. 3. 3n J 73 )Tti4 ITU
' 49,d -.-4 , ?,
,"'4,X
33!."
40 1741,
14. 0t 114
laim.
4V U0
tli Mv
l6ta 1674
34
1
IVi
'
"0 ..-)
fx) -. C'14
TK.
1100 114 lit
1 isu iv
4
H
S14
4S
III
100
U.bKt
i.e
t,IXM
J.a
100
t.WO HI
X) 711,
W lit
!H4
0
l'X
"itio
l.eoo
1.4u0
1M
600
s
4t
11 14
M
S0a
4114
74
64
) Jt
l.l 714
4, MO 424.
i.501)
4. too
l.MK)
1,000
too
l.4iy
eiN)
4, ft 10
784
W'4
47C,
'
41
iu4
)c,
17
43H
. to
4&
li
lf.4
141(4
711
14114
15 a
41
UI4
's4
10
U
r.s,
12
64
in
MT4
414
774
47
D4
1J7S
4
40
1 4
is
lld'4
1)44
4,1 '4
. 4
11
4
4
16j
1414
"14
1U
1H
41S
114
644
IA14
41
7Z4
1W1
141
70c4
42-4
74 V
77
H.-4
4714
114
r!4
1384
04.
13214
4.400 lM), !07 lt14
'" 41, 404
6 170 174
1"0 44 44U
M.4-D ISH4 t4
New "erk Sleeer Market.
NKY YORK. Feb. I.-MONKY On call,
easy. Iti2 per cent; ruling rate. 14 per
cent; closing; bid. 14 per cent; offered at I
per tent. Time loans, very dull and steady;
sixty day. 24 per cent: ninety days. 34 per
cent: six months, 3 per rent.
PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER 34454
per rent.
btkku i( baih ANtJK steady, witn
actual business In bankers' bills at tCAo)
4 R54e for slxty-ttsv bills and at t4.770 fur
demand: commercial bills. Il.847fr-T.fc4.
hii.n ER-nir, 014c; Mexican ooliars, 44c
BONDS Government, steady; railroad
firm.
Closing Quotation on bonds today wei a
follows:
....lnJ(4Man. t. a. 4 M4
....KSH. Central 4a....... ltd
....1004 do let Inc !t
....1mM. St. L. 4a m
....1hm.. K. A T. 4a ten
....12014 an . to
.... 7A.N. ft. It. of M e. 44. l-4
600
item
" 'io
ii,i"i
X)
1.700
00
l.Ofl)
K)
7u
too
It.l'jO
x
100
80 14
40
M4.
7.4
fl
1-!C4
S
2
404
4
U4
.178 "4
14
114
(OS 10
M.SOD 5314
4.100
600
1,M
" 00
I.Ttk)
too
on
ew
116
414
' 44
'iili
44
t04
414
S4
19S
4
i4
4
40 .
124
;ti,
iui4
lit 14
t4
44
4t
44
mi,
64
WSi
101
4
1144
414
184
41
0
it
18 4
41
1W
4'4
ltlll
414
I64
H
K
(4
4
44)
74
414
H14
lt
34
4S(i
M4
1784
04
4
loa
M
1144
41
114
14
4
a
1V4
124
ToU l sales for tna day. 42 1, loo a&araa
Boatea Kecks aaa Bosas.
BOSTON. Feb. 1-Money, call loans 1
per cent; time loans, 31.4 per eint
Official closing on stocks and bond
T " ' Artaona Com. ..
.?!.. i'wAllanlle ,,' '
Atehlaoti R. R 4 Butt. Coalition ...!
,i 1H Cel. A Arlaon.,....,
1 , 1I, M M I u-i-
lf Centennial
lit Copper Ran .,,!.!
m Daly WM ,
1 Kranklln
lT740ranby
ft Greene Caaaaea
me Hoyala .
Doaton a Maine.
boaton elevated ....
i'hehburg pfd
N Y.. N. H. H..
l:nion Pacific
Aia. A rye. Chem....
00 pro.
V t. te, reg
do coupon
TJ. . . reg
do coupon
VJ. 6. 4. rc
do roupos .......
Am. Tobacco 4a...
do
Atchison gwa. 4a..,
So ad). 4
do cv. 4a.
do cv. 5a
Atlaatlc C. L. 4s.,
Bal. a Ohio 4a ,.
40 t4a
Rrk. R. T. ev. 4a.
central at Gs. 44
do td tnc
do inc..
Chee. a Ohio 44
Chlcaajo a A. I4
C, B. a Q. n. 4a
c.-R. i. a r. 4a.
do col. 6s ,
do rfctg. 4s
CCC. a 8t. L. .
Colo. Ind. aa
Colo. Mid. 4a
Colo, a So. 4a
Pel. A H. ev. 4s..
n. a R. O. cv. 4a
Erie p. I. ts
do gen. 4a
Hock. Val. 44s...
Int. Met. 44
Josea 4a
do 44s
do M eerie
L. a N. unl. 4. ...
Bl. Offered.
T. c. . 14s 4
...1W4IV-. 4. c. a T
... H Nn. Paclflo 4a 104
...104 do ta 714
...107 N. a W. c. 4a ,..
... J O. R. L. rtita. 4a M4
...101 Pens. cv. I4t ll6... 4
... 44 o rtm. 4a... .1024
... 84 Reading gen. 4e 1004
...!Al4Re. af Cuba be 1024
... s"4-t. u. t 1. N. c-M .111
... i . l. a s r. t. a. r4
...14. L. 8. W. e. 4e ... 14
. .. re -rMannars A. L. 4. .. 4
... Kill Pacific 4s J
... 78 do let 4. 454
... bum. ueiiwar-K. Jll
. .. T4TeTe a r. ts lit
44. M4T.. St. L, a W. 4s... M
... 75 In Ion Paririe 4a 10114
... t'4 cv. 4a 1044
... ir. 8. Steel M 6a 100V
..1M "Wabash ta :1134
.. 4 western Md. 4a....... 844
.. 9ii . at a. k. sa...- at
.. 7lwla Central 4a. M
.. tn cv. Ca ctfs 1S14
.. ":4Wabe It. 4a , 17
.. 4Laka Shore 4a 1M1... M4
.. 04Am. T. a T. ev. 4a.. 34
..HM4
Unlas Stock Market.
LONDON. Feb. 1 Amoriran Beeurttle
Were quiet and featureless during the first
hour of trading today. Price generally
were unchanged to 4c higher than New
York' closing.
London closing stocks:
Contois, money 834 M., K. a T ...
do account 88 11-14 N. T. Central..,
Anacond , H Norfolk a W...,
Atrklaon 1024 do pfd ,
do pfd lOSHOntarlA a W...
Baltimore A Ohio... .1104 Pennsylvania ..
Canadian Pacific 174 Rend Mines
cheaapeake a Ohio.. 4i Reading
Chicago G. W Southern Ry....
CM., Mil. a St. P.. lit do pfd
Da Beera 11 4 Southern Pacific
Denver ft Rio G 444 I slon Pacific...
do prd 84 do pfd
ED 14C. 8. Steel
do 1M pfd 44 do pfd
do td pfd M4rahaeh
Grand Trunk 184 do pfd
Illinois Central 14S Spends 4a
Louirvllle A N 12S m.l. Conner . .
SILVER Bar. steady at 234d pet ounce.
MONEY 144ft per cent.
The rate of discount In the open msrket
for short bills ts ?4 per cent; for three
months' bills, 24(82 7-16 per cent.
. 414
.lo
4li(
.
. M
.114
.1824
. 84
. 644
.1174
. II
. It
44
OMAHA L1I STOCK MARKET
Kewi from' OuUide Hai Depreifing-
Effect oi Cattle.
H00 MARKIT IS VERY WEAK
raeker Bid IS t tS Ceat Letrer asiw
CentfiaratlTely Few Car Change
Haatl -Sheer Receipts
- i rkstrrste.
BOUTH OMAHA, Neb., Feb. J, 1909.
Receipts were:
Officl! Monday ...
Estimate Tuesday
Cattle. Hog. Bheep.
.. 1.4S4 4.359 7.4.'7
.. t.aoo 10.000 &.
Two days thla week . 1W
Sam dav lat meek.... s 4, 1..111
Same day 1 week ngo.. R.666 17.W3 l.V4
Same day I week ago..i.ts-4 u.j-j
Same day week go..l3. 21.4.4 16.142
Same day last year I'11' 1S'68
The following table show the receipts of
cttle. hog and heep at South Omaha for
the year to date, compared with last year:
1 191 l. Inc. Dec.
Cattle .;. MS M. J?
Hog JM.ru ti '03
Sheep 186.259 114.83 JS.4B
The following table shows th yerage
price of hog at South Omaha for the last
several day, wtlh. comparisons:
Data. 1 1K. jlio.ritXH.riK)-II-U0'l10-
Jan. a... M S
Jan. f4... 4 lfc
Jan. ... 0 111
Jan. ... 02
Jan. 17... 5S7 4 27
Jan. 28... t l 9
Jan. 20... til 4 0
Jan. 30... 6 114
Jan. tl... 17
Feb. 1.... 21T4 10
Feb. I...
4; t n
t ts
t t a
l I 33
I l
171 IIS
72 i W
4 M' 4 tS t 50
4 tl
4 71 4 89
4 7S 4 t7 7J
4 68 4 81 ten
4 64 4 7 S7
4 79
4 50 4 81 Ti
4 63
4 69 4 74
6 Bf 5 48
aoi . 411
111 S 48 4 70 4 73i 6 I
Sunday.
The official number of csra of stock
brought In today by tfach TOd as fol
low: ,,, .
cattle. Hoc, aneep. n r .
8t. P..
C.. M.
Wabash
Missouri Pacirtc ...
Union Pacific
O. N. W., cast .
C. & N. W.. wt
43, St. P.. II. O.i
C, B. Q., tit .. 4
C, B. ft Q., -west .. 19
C. R. I. P., eat ..
Illinois Central t
C. O. W 4
1
. 7
. 1
. ti
12
8
1
1
24
3
42
19
8
33
e
6
6
146
S
19
&
3
5
62
lower, rsnae nf prrres.- 5 m4JPi balk of
sales, !o.li.06. .
rir.4 i.ivR gTocK markrt
t allle Weak to l-ower tfes l.eerrr
Kheep aarl l.aeab Weak,
CTIICAOO, Frb.' 1 CATn-JRecept .
eetlmatrd' at If) head. Market -weak to
l"rt1fKj lower. tMoere. tt fOuT H; cow. $3 en
f4.50; heifer, 1.1 otM 76; bulla, .ir3 9r);
clves. $3 6tvV8.00; stoc-kers and feeders, til.W
tJS-to.
HOOS-Receipts, estirwtted at 47.004) ied.
Market l.'-ctr.iV lower. Choice iea4-y ship
ping. fn.Turng.W: butchers, ttiif.7Hi light
mixed. I2fiifi: choice light, 8siWfVi:
peckers. I 4cv,r4l.70; rg. 60T- Bulk r
sales, fi4ifA.
PHEKP AND IJIMH-Kipia, wci
m.tnH at Hon ha4 Markot weak. Sheep.
$4.2UC.u; lambs,. 17.25.76; yearling, $iM
CT.eo.
Kansas CltlTlT4rtek. Market. .
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Feb. i,-CATTt.KV-Recelpts.
13, OX) bead, Including 500 nith
erns. Mark'et for beef steer Wo to lOr
rower; top, fi ); other t-attle weak tn
lower; clolce export and dreseecl be"
ateer. 6.7rVif.00; fair to gwx, as.0006 76:
western steers. 4.HWXi.l5: stocker and
feeders, 3.e06.fl0; onhern steer. IVIOtl1
6.00; southern cow. $2.4Ui4.25; native row.
liSrwfN.; native heifers, U2dji.7; btiUs,
3.rVi4.7; calves., 83 &tViS,c0.
HOOSt-Receipts, 19.ixx) hed. Marxet rV
trt mc lower; top. M.4V. btllk Of swloa, 15.70
?JSft: hehvy. liiMtti.45: psw-kera and beat
butchers. 6.t!.3i; light. .Vr841.a; pig.
4.0Oi6.nO.
B11EKJ? AND LAMBS Receipts, 100r
head; market for sheen steady; lambtx lftdr
15c lowrr; Inrnba, R.nt)W7.75: yearlings,
tAWrfg.SO; wither. I6.0iwi4i.60; fwn, $4.0tt
6.25: stocker and feeder. $300600.
gt. I.oal live Stork Market.
ST. ijortS. 'Mo.. Feb. 2. OA TTLR Re
ceipts. 4.4S00 head. Including 1.780 .Texana.
Nml-e markot bV to 3Sr lower; Texan
steadr to 16c lower: native shipping and
export eteers. 4.4"'WT.'Sf'; dressed beef and
butcher steers. 4.0Otri.4O; etecr undr l.Ofn1
ixuinds. C4.60iff6.75:. stockers and feeders.
2.oOi3.00; mwa and helrer. 8 '3.40; can
nere. 81.7Ffi2.75; . bulls. rJ-7MJfl.; cwlves,
I4.7MT'7.76: Texa and Indian eceertt, 83.009
6.25: rows and heifers. l.754.4A.
HOOS Receipts. 14.WW head: wlsrket 15c
to 25c lower: pigs and lights, ll.tWtjM.:
packer. I .isMM.aV; . butcher -and beet
hesvv. 86.l0g.76.
SHEEP AND LAMB-Repetpts. 8V)
head; msrket 16c to 26c lower; rmllv mut
tons. $4.00cj525: lambs. ll.8fKP7.fl6: rull and
buck. 83.50o6.oO; stocker. 82.5Ot34.O0.
Totsl recelnts 183
The disposition of th day" receipts waa
a follows, each buyer purchasing the num
ber of head indicated:
uattie. nop;. OTtrp
466
Omaha Packing 'Co..
Bwlft and Company ..
Cudahy Packing Co..
Armour A Co
Hell
St. Loul Packing Co.
8. S
Vansant eV Co
Ijnbman Rothchild
W. I. Stephen
Hill ft Bon
V. P. Lewis
Huston & Co
J. B. Root Ic Co
J. H. Bulla
L. F. Hus
L. Wolf
McCreary eV Carey
rm Werthelmer ....
H. F. Hamilton
M. Hagerty A Co
F. O. Inghram
Pullllvan Bro
Lehmer Bro
United D. B. Co
Hoffman Pkg. Co....
Rothchild
Bhafer
Other buyer
Total
New York Mlalagr Mtocka.
NEW YORK, Feb. 2. Closing quotation
on mining siocks were
Alii
Brunavrtck Con
Corn. Tunnel stock.
do bonda
Con. Cel. a Va...,
Horn Silver
Leedvtlle Con
.US
t
as
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, 70
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Mexican
Ontario
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Standard
Tellow Jacket
!t
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400
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laO
76
Baak Clearlagr.
OMAHA, Feb. I. Bank clearings Tor to
day were 31.923.875 and for the correspond.
Ing date last year tl.685,661.24).
Woal Market.
BOSTON, Feb. 2. WOOL-There ha
been very little chanare during- the last
week In the ' local' wool market, euppiie
being very light and prices almost prohi
bitive. The trade await the arrival of
the new clip. Pulled wool 1 .activ and
strong. The leading domestic quotations
range follows: Ohio and Pennsylvania
fleeces, XX, S5c; X. 31'g32c; No. 1 mashed.
36&39c; No. t unwashed, SSXjQPc; fine un
washed. 230; half-blood, combing, 30
31c; three-eighths blood, combing, 30c;
quarter-blood combing, 29030c; delaine,
waahed. S840e; delaine, unwashed, 3t)c.
Michigan, Wisconsin and New York
fleeces, fine, unwashed, 38B)29c; three
eighth blood, unwashed, Sfr'JSc; quarter
blood, 2841 -JSC. Kentucky. Indiana and Mis
souri, three-eighths blood, 29uJ30c; quarter
blood, 274i28c. Scoured values, Texa fine,
12 months, ejtnc; fine. 6 to 8 montiut, 639
55c; fin fall, 4860c. California, northern,
62c; middle county, 4960c; fall free, 41
ttM4c. Oregon, eastern, No. 1 staple. 62&63C;
eastern clothing, ffcXi7c; valley, No. 1. 48
tJUiOc. Territory, fine staple. SBgtBc: fine
medium staple, VWSc; fine clothing, bWtOOc;
fine medium clothing, 65S67c: half-blood
6tvs53c; three-eighth blood, 5J0j5c: quarter!
blood. 60iji62c. Pulled extra, 6ueJjJ3c; fine A.
576)o? A supers, 60t)6c.
LONDON, Feb. 2. WOOL The offering
at the wool auction sales today amounted
to 13,376 bales In good condition. Bidding
waa animated and price were cteady ex
cept for coarse and heavy qualities which
were ey. Americans secured well grown
Merino greasy and light cross-bred s at full
rates atfer strong competition with home
buyers. Today salts follow: New South
Wales, 5.800 bales; scoured, 9dl 84d
greasy, 64dPls 4d. Queensland. 1,600 bales :
scoured. 84dfcls 94d; greasy, 8djla. vic
toria. 1,400 bales; scoured, lsl 7d; greasy
4'4d(fjls 6d. South. Australia. 600 bJe:
grcaay, 64dS'l Id. West t Australia, 100
bales; greasy, 4dl. New Zealand, 8,000
bales; greasy; 5rls id. Cape of Oood
Hope and Natal, 3v0 bales; scoured. Is 14d
Ola 44d; greasy. adglOd. Punta Arenas, TOO
bale; greasy, d9d.
ST. LOUIS. Feb. I. -WOOL-Nominal;
medium grade, combing and clothing, 19a
23c; light fine, HVg-joo; heavy, fine, loansc:
tub washed, 22t31c '
769
909
436
20
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87.
232
2S
101
208
23
83
82
27
-27
3
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7
32
X2
421
"67
6
1.2S
1.811
J. 704
2.921
144
' 778
618
!4
1.124
2.439
1.363
214
"uk
.4.562 10,596
1,706
7,r
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Altoiaa
Amalgamated ....
fci-aivw.nd.
124 Michigan
.i..4Moaawk
.title Mont. c. A c.
. J8 Nevada
. D4 4 Old botslals ..
. a4 0eeoia
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. 4 Trinity
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Cot tea Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. l-COTTON-The mar
ket opened ateady at an advanc of 1 ixiint
on March, but generally .unchanged .to 1
point lower.
Cotton future opened ateady; -March
1.60c; May. .64cr July. .49c; August sa
8 40c; September, 9.28w.29c; October. t'S?
December. 9.26c; January, 1.23c.
Future cloed quiet and- ateady: Febnt.
ary. 1.52c: March. 9.60e: Anrti a fair. vP.'T
61c; July, 8.50c; August. .40c; sWMember
.31c; October, 80c; November, fSc- ttT
cember, 8.24c; January, .20c. Spot closed
SV'1, '.J??,,nt h,fher: middling uplands
t.0e; middling gul?, 10.16c: no sle: 1
at SCc. --tj i tTJN-siedy
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. ? COTTON
Spot quiet and, teady; low ordinary, 64c
nominal; ordinary, l-16c. nominal; good
ordinary. 7Hc; low middling. 84c: middling,
84e; good middling. 10cj middling fal".
104c; fair. l)4c nominal. Receipt. 1J.079
bale; stock, S.81J bales. '
ST. IXJUI3, Feb. 2.-COTTON-Dul!: mid
dling. H-lsc. Sales, none; receipts. 7,214
bales; shipments. 3,188 bale; stock 40 787
bale. .
Forelaa Fiaaaelal.
LONDON. Feb. I.-Mony waa In better
supply on th market tdy and ay. whil
diaoounu were weaker. On the Slick ex!
change satisfactory Balkan new brought
more confidence and eupport of the iui.
tlaltle. in th foreign etion, and with fair
Investment buying of the gilt-edged and
home rail the market wer decidedly
:.'r!"er ".d n,ony de.rer. Kaffir par
ticipated in the iate trade. American se
curities opened fractionally better and
hardened further la the foreuooa under the
lead of the luw Jirlc4 lue. Wn th
I
Evaporated Apple and Drleal Pralt.
NEW YORK. EVAPORATED APPLES
-Market unchanged, with fancy quoted at
'tWc; choice, 744574c; prime, 8413170;
common to fair, svgc.
DRIED FRUITS Prune are somewhat
steadier, on epot with quotations ranging
from 44tV4e for new crop California fruit
ranging up to 4O60 and from sArtpOc for
Oreaons, ranging from 4O0 to 20'2fi'.
Apricot are firm, owing to the strong at,
tlatlcal position, with rholc quoted at 40
4c; extra choice. 44z 10c; fanoy. 114rilc.
Peaches are going alowly Into consumption.
with choice quoted at 47c; extra choice.
i4ijc: tanry. ihtfdMK. Kalsins sr dull and
aaay, with loose Muscatel quoted at 44416c:
choice to fancy seeded 66tc; seedless, 344a
aic; inaun layers, ai.suTJl u.
CefTe Market.
NEW YORK. Feb. t-OOFFBB-Odsed
Inactive:- net gain or bfrlO polnta tkte
were reported of 6,260 begs. Including
March at g.oOc; May. loir; December, tVttO
vto.npv; wcceiciv; n hj r.o. t, 1 s-isc;
4 Santos, 84c; mild, cteady; Cordova, lua
liHc- . ,
I, , , 1
Oil aad Raala.'
OIL CITT, Feb. 1 OIL Credit balance.
$1,78; run, January SI, U.88 bbl.; aver
age, 49.818 bbl.; shipment. February 1. taa.
2ol bbls. - i -.
Baliaiagr P eras it.
O. L. Wlmr. 830 North Thlrty-ftftll
treet. fram dwelling, li.tXiO; Gould Diets.
Ui-l-t Faxnam utt trick gaxog. Hi,(Ai.
CATTLBS-Whlle receipt were not at all
extensive st this point for a Tuesday, re
ports from outlde market were all to
the effect that supplies were unuually
heavy and prices sharply lower. Thl
naturally- had a vary depressing influence
upon the local trade and elealer wer very
slow arbont getting down to business.
DreaaecT beef men took their time anout
getting out into the yard and bids were
generally in tne naignoornooa 01 luttriao
lower than early Monday morning. The
trade was naturally slow and price very
uneven, but the feeling was aecmeniy
weak and the Indications were that busi
ness would done on a decidedly lower
basis if anything like a clearance was
made. Up until a late hour In the. after
noon comparatively few c&ttle had changed
bands.
The market ' for cowa and neirers wss
slso very dull, and unevenly lower. Most of
the demand came from local packers, as
there wa very little inquiry tor snipping
account. Bid and sales wer generally all
of 10c lower than yesterday, while common
and canning grades could hardly be moved
at all, even at the prevailing low figures.
In stockers and feeders the volume of
busines waa comparatively small. Prices
were anywhere from steady en th mora de
sirable grade to fully 10c lower on tne
medium stuff. The movement was slow
from start ta finish.
Quotations on cattle: Oood to choice
corn-fed steers, 36.6034.26; fair to good
corn-fed steers, 6.cXrbt.i); common to fair
corn-fed steers, $4.uoip-4.90; good to choice
cow and heifer, 34.00fi4t.00; fair to good
cow and heifers, f3.OOr50.86: common to fair
cow and heifers. 82.ojg9.00; stork heifer.
tUGt.U); veal calve. 83.0007.00; bull,
Stairs, etc.. I3.75i4.75,- good to choice stock
era and feeders, 64.76gi.26; . fair to good
stockers and feeders, 8X.teti4.4ft; common Ui
fair stocker and feeder, 63.0MCS3.6&.
Representative sale:
BEEF BTEEJRS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Ar. Tr.
II ISSI 6 St
COWB.
M Hit 4 M
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
U 787 4 18 11 134 4 M
!t 817 4 44 M 144 4 ,
HOOS Receipts of hoars were fairly lib
eral, -wtlh the quality of the offerings
very ratr as general thing. Advices from
outside points were all of an extremely
bearish character, receipt being very
liberal and all rlaases of buyers Insisting
Upon sharply lower flgurea The local
trade was krw to open. Speculator and
eastern ahlpiier bought a few loads on
th basis of a 10tj'16c declln. but local
packers, started In bidding 156jg6c lower,
and althouKtl they had secured very few
bog on thl basis un until a late hour In
the forenoon, they seemed determined to
buy them thst way or leave them alone,
and a very weak feeling- prevailed. Pros
pects were that top would reach 88.26 or
an. so, a against a top yesterday of 86.45.
and that th bulk of the hoss would sell
around 6.9io.U. a against a bulk of 86.10
oe.w yeataraay.
Representative sales
Me.
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B-rin.r.r' Receipt of aheeD wr very
moderate this morning snd as a rule the
quality was very good. The sudden chsnge
In th weather bad a demoralising effect
upon the trad -and advicea from eaatem
mutton markets were decidedly bearish.
Buyers started in Mddlna lb20c lower than
yesterday, and as seller could see nothing
to be gained by holding on, they were gen
erally willing to accept th ituatlon. and
th prospects favored a very fair clearance
on the basis of the decline noted above.
Very good lamb sold around 87 SrW .
ana gcxxi yeaning nrougnt 16 Zb. Th d
ton to th market wa decidedly wa.k
Rusines In feeder wa very limited, with
price very little different from what they
bav been at igate.
Quotation on aheep and lambs: Oood to
choir lamb. 87,00(37.40; Fair to good lambs
M-oOtarTOO; feeding lambs, 68-0Oc6 60; good to
choice light yearling. t6.0txtf 60; good to
hole hesvy yearling. 36.76?.0; feeding
yearling. 86.tXXt6.60; good to choice weth
ers, 86.00c96.10i flr to good wether, 84.70il
4 90; feediog wether. 4.0ucjj4 1; good to
choice ewe, 84.6o04.7S; fair to good ewe
84.00ta4.40; feeding sat. 83.0Of4.00; culls and
bucks, 1.4Xj4.;..--
RprenlaUv amies i
No. A v. Price.
4fc western lambs ke 7 ta
MS) weatern yeartrng s k
84wtra- lambs ..67 t IS
leas Vltg -L.lv Stack Market.
SIOI'X CITT, Feb. t CATTLE Receipts,
lk head; rnret 10o lower; beeves, 84 OtB
4 60; fst row and heifers. $3 5o76.26; fted
r. ti 60t6 .; yearl'ns. U.M4 2i
UOGS-KceIta. I,M head, isrei 'JSo
St. Joseph Live toek Market.
nr. JOSEPH. Feb. A CATTLE Refelrdl.'
3,tSti head: market for steers, KJ16o lower;
rows, steady to 10n. lower: steers, 86,ntiA.
6.30: row and heifer. J3.OOtf5.60; calves,
I3.0rti?l 60. ' .
HOU8 Receipts, is,wi neao: maraer irm
SOr lower: top. 84.40; bulk of sales, to.&tt.
6.30. ...
SHEEP AND l.AMBS Receipts, 4 .on
head: market lOfflac lower; lambs, t6.6f9
7.50, '
terk la Sight.
Rereipts of live stock at, th six prin-,
clpal western markets, yesterday:
cattle, mors.
South Omaha
Sioux City .,
Pt. Joseph ...
Kansas city
St. Iuis .....
Chicago
4.6f
2.no
3.600
Tt.onn J
4.flno
9.000,
10. OHO
S,sno
18.000
' 19.0IX
' M.60f)
47.000
ToUl
86.800 107.300
Sheep-
R.oon
t.fxw'
4.60ft
llnO.
15.0(0
toTinO
FIRST SUIT UNDER NEW LAW
Action nearan Against Saata Fe far
even Violation of Dispatch-
. era' Service Statate,
CHICAOO, Feb. . The first suit brought
by the United States government sgalnst a
railroad for the violation of a federal law .
regulating the time service of train dls-'
patchers was begun here.'.today.' The gulf
was filed by District Attorney Sims In the
United States district court against th
Santa Fo Railway company. Seven viola
tions are charged, and if found guilty fines
aggregating 83.600 may be Imposed.,
The charges ere based en conditions ex
isting at Corwtth, III., a junction point on
the Santa Fe road. The ylolstjons nsmed
in the bill are sskt to have occurred on Jan
uary 26. 36 and 57. The dispatchers' named
In the bill are Fred Hlllhouse. Edwsrd Fla
herty and W. E. Sargent.'
At the present time the Bantft Fe employs
train dispatchers from 1:30 a. m. until 8.34
p. m., with a rest of three hours after the.
first six hours' work, whll according to
District Attorney Blms the law requires a
continuous service of nine hours. The suits
were brought at the direct. Instigation of
Attorney General Bonaparte and according
to District Attorney 81ms wilt b followed
by other against several railroads believed
to b violating the same law.
"This law," said1 District Attorney Sims,
"was enacted for the safety of the public.
Most of our serious railroad wrecks would
never have happened if the train dispatcher .
bad not been exhausted from long service..
The railroad Is not complying; with the law
when It breaks ailne-hour shift ana makes
it in a sense a twelve-hour shift."
WRITES FIANCEE HE IS - DEAD
riewr t'asaei Arrest f St. Le-al Maa
Charged -Hh Bigamy
Embeasleaaeat
ST. LOU13, Mo., Feb. t Thomas H.
Bolln, a commercial traveler, charged with
having two wtves'in the west, on flancae
in Bt. Louis, another on the Paclflo coast,
and with having embessled 81,200 from th'
branch house of an Indiana concern In
Provo, Utah, wa arrested her today fol-,
lowing an attempt to spread a falsa r-.
port of his having been killed by an auto
mobile. The clue was a letter written to Sdiss Ada
M. Peck of Yakima. Wash. It was dic
tated by Bolln to Miss Rachael gchaefer of
Hitchoock, Ok!., who left there two month
ago, when Bolln promlaed to marry tier.
The letter directed Miss Beck to Obtain
further particular of hi death from
"Thomas Howard,'" No. 2216 Olive treet,
St. Loul. The nam was recognized by '
the Yakima authorities as an alias wtiioh.
Bolln had used, and on telegraphic Informa
tion from Yakima the lock! pollen arrested
him.
He Is charged with the erabesslement ot
11,208 front th Studebaker Carriage com
pany's branch In Provo, Utah; of having
deserted hi wife and two children In that
city to marry Miss Adah Qustln In Clem
ents, Kan., and of later having persuaded
Mis Schaefer to leave her home.. HI ac
quaintance with Ml Beck came between
aecond marriage and his elopement with
Miss Schaefer.
Foley's Onpo Laxative cures constipation
and liver trouble and mske the bowels
healthy and regular. Orino Is superior to
pills "and tsblets a It doe not grip or
nauseate. Why take anything else, gala
by all druggists.
Barllaatoa Pays far Rlaht-af.Way.
LANDER, Wyo.. Feb. i (Special.) Th
Burlington railroad has paid over to tiut
mand from packers was Very light and th f Wadworth of the 8hoshone Indian reser
vation 8134.000 for damages to lands on th
reservation mad by their right-of-way
from Thermopolls'to within two mile of
Hhoahone. The right-of-way , 1 on tha
ceded portion of the reservation, but th
Indian office ruled thst as the surveys
were made and the right asked for before
the reservation was thrown open to set
tlement, the Burlington wa est HI Indebted -to
th Indians for the above amount. j
Th Influence ot a Be want ad pene
trate to unsuspected quarter.' .
r cm nmr. uroox orrsaxs.
For particulars are our advertisement J
New York .Hersld. Boston Jot, PAHadel-
rhl Ledger, Baltimore , American, Wash,
ngton Puat,. I'ituburg -Dlspatsa, Oliwiio.
nail Enquirer of January list, February
td and 3rd. or spdIv ta lt.nii4 a -..
pjtty. li wU mu, iittr. Jwi4