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THE OMAHA DAILY DEE: I'll IDA Y. rKHIUWKY 3, IM."..
GRAIN AND PRODUCE MARKET Cash Whtat Market Weak, bit BpecnlatiTe G&ina a Liula. I WEATHER DECREASES CORN RECEIPTS aeealatlse and lash Oil Markets Are yrr WMk, the Najr Vearfclag Lowest Paint Mkf Octeher. OMAHA, Feb. 2, 1 That weak close Mednesday caused a ak opening ioiIhv, but the market ad vanrml somewhat during the session and tloM Willi a, promise or something better for neat day. rhe close last night was lV,c amder the hlgn point. Today the May atoexj at ll.lf, at nin. Liverpool cu d w"f In sympathy wl'h the American market, and Psris closed with a decline or I to n centime. Antwerp was un enafiged. The cssh markets were rather dull again with limited rain. Chicago iii huaheis; Minneapolis, with large jnllls and mixing house huvers, declined JWCj Duluth "ak'-tK-rl 0n No. 1 northern S"; St. Iuls No. 2 red in store went off Ar Kansas City ao'rt small nmounn of No. I hard at II l rM 11. the bint price In monthe. Valentine continues a seller of May, being credited with aSO.Oi) bushel odsy. The flour output for the week la .Vi.i.o barrels, against tlS.SsO lest year. The Increase Is , barrels. One house sold to.onu barrel for export, and other house reported poor demand, a part of 35 Hno barrels clear was worked for Japan. The reduction of 1 cent In the rale eaat has w . p1 ,n Minneapolis milling situation. Minneapolis wheat mocks have decreased In five day l',(i bushels. The northwest ern ears. Including- Chicago, are Z todav, 243 last Thursday and 257 last vear. 'The primary receipt of wheat. JilOnO bushels, against t04.r last year, and the shipments, 2.. mo buahels. against aM.iiO. The cold weather afTerts the local and other mnrkMe more than the rate reduc tions. Tin l.Oou.iaa) farmers are feeding from one to five bushels of corn more a flay than they would d.i with milder weather, nnd this not only decreases the surplus, but makes the feeders more care ful of reducing their slocks. At the same, time the Iowa reduction.", which become affective Haiurdar, are expected to ma terially Increase tho receipts at Chicago. Hear aro talking now of Uu-cent coin thereby and 4-rciu oats. The coid weather la Improving the grading condition of the corn. The export Bales for New York Wed neaday were 101 Joanls. The Liverpool mar ket a down to V:. and Europe la weak through excessive supplies. The clearances are "Hl.no bushela. Tae primary receipts are 4s7. bushels, against 57B.0UU buahels last year, und the shipments 23.000 bush els against Hta.Wl bushels. Wednesduy a single B.fnB bushela of May oats sold as low as 30c. The market was S'o today and It waa slightly stronger. The raeh market was weak with the specu lative and declined V lo Ho. with small sales. This is the first time the May has been to 3u',c since October K, at which time the crop movement was at its height and the atock in the public and private elevatora at Chlrugo was ll.oun.ooo bushels. Tuesday the storks were only 4.7:17.000 bush ela. The price shows that ho owner of the oats has ary profit In them. There has been a rally since October to 31Tac, but absence of export demand and the good crop In the east, which has supplied the demand there, has discouraged holders of the Mas. The south is now the best bid der and paying the highest price. In February, lisM, May oats sold at 4ts',c. the highest price since December, 1901, when they sold at 47V- Oinaktt Cash Hales. WHEAT No. 3 hard. 1 car. 6ft lb., 11.08,; 1 car. 47 lbs., $1.M: 1 car. 66 lbs.. ll.Ou; So. 4 spring. 1 car, 7c. Oamaha. Cask Prtece. WHEAT No. 3 hard. tl.nrl.0S: No. t lard. $1.0041.03; No. 4 hard, ftx.fitl.0v; No. J spring, 11.07. CORN-No. 2. 4(H,c: No. S. 40Uc: No. 4. Vo-Wact no grade, 35tinv,e; No. 2 yellow, He: No. yellow, 401,1!; No. 2 white, c; No. 3 whit. 4Vc. OATS-No. 3 mixed, 2Sic; No. 3 mixed, avc; No. 4 mixed. l'71i7V; No. 'J white. -KV.C! No. 3 white. 2sc; No. 4 white, f.H J :'c; standard. - t'arlut Keeetpts. Wheat. Corn. Oats. Chlcaso 14 i 7 Kansas City 71 16 3 Minneapolis 191 Duluth St. Ixula ,:'8 4i( . . 40 ; Omaha - J I t Wheat Qaotatlons at Mlnaeapolla. The range of prices In Minneapolis, as reported by the tdwards-Wood Grain com pany, was: Commodity. Open. I High. I Low. Close. 1 1 1 Whtat- II May , 1 15S 1 W, 1 15 i 1HB July 1 1 14',! 1 13 , 1 1.1', September ... Mr,: 6' M 96V, B Bid. SEW YORK (iKVERAL MARKET - Uaotalloas of tne la oa Asrlooi Commodities. NEW YORK, Feb. S FLOCK Receipts. 20.001 bbls.; exports, LOAD bbls.; market firm, but quiet; Minnesota Iwkers, &.10tfS.20; winter patents, 6.fa.ta, winter straights, S5.tfr&.; winter extras. 3.ti(v84 3; winter low grades, 13 .4.V04.1U. Rye flour, stead v' fair to gooj. !4.3ot)4 i"; choice to fancy, f4.7S4.0. iluek wheat flour, quiet; per cwt , Il.iwu2.u6.- CORNMEAL Bteady: One white and yel low, fl ; coarse, new. tl.06lsl.07H; alln dried, $ifc83.10. KYK Nominal; No. 3 western. Wo asksd. BAKI.E Y Dull : feeding. 4.1V. r New York: malting, 4u62e, c. I. f. Buffalo. WHEAT Receipts, l.SoO bu ; spot market firm; No. t red, nominal, elevator; No. 3 red, U 52 t . o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, lmluUi, tl.ZTH t. o. b. afloat; No. 1 hitrd. Manitoba, till t- n. b. afloat. Options opened off under bearish cables and realli Ing, but rallied and was firm for the bal ance of the day on bull support, cold weather west and small Interior receipts, closing S4Sc net higher; May. 11.15 13-14 Crl.lS ll-K closed ll, It 11-1: July, tl "3,. flowed tl.u3H; September. fti'sGiWV,, closed CORN Receipts. 1&4.HM hu.; exports, 11. au3 bu.; spot market. Irregular; No. t. 53c. elevator, and 61c f. o. b. afloat; No. 3 yel low, 61'. c; No. white, &lSc. Option mar ket waa inactive all day. closing ,o net higher with wheat; May closed fr'c; July, 40 5-ll'ri6-c. cloaed. oSc. OAT8 Receipts, lua.noo bu.; spot, steady mixed, to 33 pounds, M'iV,V'; natural white, to 82 pounds, V.VaV; clipped white, 34 to 40 pounds, ivpHi.'. HAY Quid; aglpping, .n-t)tSc; good to choice, totjsbe. HOPS viuiet; state, common to choice, l!k4. 2c.; 1903. 3g33c: olds. H'rll6c: Pa cific coast, 1904, tSu. 1903, JKiJ.c; olda, 14 ifjidc. . HIDES SteadV; Galveston. '.'0 to 25 lbs., ltic; California, ti to tk lbs., lte; Texas, dry, 24 to lbs., 14),c. . LKATHKR-ilrm: acid. I4:'c. PROVISIONS Beef, aieadv; family, 111 .00 4112 00; mesa. Is 0-kti M; beef hams. ITi OO'di a 60: packet, tio fcuifllr Oil: clly extra India mess, 15.oOj.17 ' CUJ 'meats, quiet: pick led bellies. tt 7K(j7.r: pickled shoulders, M'H i 5o; plcklod hams, t7i!9 . Lard, steady; western steamed. $7 In; refined, barely steady: continental, $l; South American, t7.7H; compound. 34 7o6 UV,.' Pork, quiet; family. tl4iai14.S-Ji shurt. clears, tl3.UK0 10.3(1; mesa. tia.a-l3lJ 75. TAia.OW Quiet; city 2 par pkg). 4c; , cuuntrr (pkgs. frse. 44Se. RICK Firm; domestic, fair to extra. T t)6Vc; Japaiv nominal J'Ol'l.TMY Alive, steady; western chlck ns. 11c; fowls, lie; turkeys, 15c. Dressed, steady; western chickens. 14 J 14c; fowls, 13e- turkey a. I.")tf2uc. Bl'TTEK Strong ; street price, extra creamery, i04jS-- Ofliclal prices: Cream ery, common to extra. .-; western fur tory. oomnion to extra. Itjr(i23c: western Imluiiion creaniry, coiutnon to extra, Isn 26c. EQG8 Firm; weatern firsts, toe; western seconds, T.ii'tv; souiherna, "L-UJOc; refrig erators, lttlMc. Palladelphta r rod ace Market. PH1LAPKLPHIA. Feh, 1 BUTTER Firm and H9 higher: extra weatern creamery. Sic. extra nearby prints, tic. fc.R!1 Firm and 1.c higher; nearby fresh, j; V at mark: westarn frvsh, 37'; at mark. CHLtbl--elieady and in fair demand; New York full creams, , fancy. 12itji;y,c; New York full oreajns, choice, 12c; New York full oreajne, (air to gaud, UStUc. Mlloaake Uraia Market. CILWATTCEE, Feb f -WH EAT-Hlgher ; No. 1 northern. 11 l.'vfil 111; No. 3 norihern, fllavl U, May. tl lotil 17. bid. R T k Sieady; No. 1. (L'c. bARLKY-Wrak; No. i iic; sample, 3bt 1 4e. CORN-Easter; No. t, 4,0 Ct; May. 44-,c, bid. Taleda aeed Market. TOLF.r0. O, Feb. -8EKD8 Clover cash and February. IT ; March, $7 44; April. 17 4?V Prime alstke. t7 an. prime timothy, ; March, ti 35 1. Dalak rala Market. ' nil.CTH. Fab. -WHFT-To arrive: No. northerii, 1113',; " 1 northern, t1 ',. On track: No 1 northern. Jlll'i; No 2 rirthern. Mar. Iim: July. 11.14V H'pteml.er. !Wc. OATS To arrtse ami on trai k. iS"g'- IHK AI.O 4.Rtl . ASD PRO li0 Prleea na Board af Trade. CHICAGO. Feb. 1-Iecrea.e of receipts ss result of extreme cold weather I theoughoui the west and northwest had a I "trenathentng effect on the wheat market 1 here today. f inal quotations iff pin--tl'llv at the highest point of the day. May wheat elcising wuh a gain of ST'Sc. Corn and oat are up HTc and provisions a srisde to 7ic. , I'rom the start severe told and smail re ceipts had a restraining Irtrhietice on sellers in the wheat pit. In conscience sentiment was not so besrlsh a might have been ex pected considering the weaknes of the Liverpool market Initial qnotatlnns on May were off '- to 'itlHc at 1.15'f 1 1'.. but prices soon maJe a general ad vance In response to a fair demand from pit tnders and commission house A4vl es from the northwest were of a bullish tenor, a good dimnnd for cash wheat leltig re ported from Minneapolis. Flour sa'.ea at Minneapolis were also said to show a de cided Improvement. A reduction In freight rates, taking effect February 1, was given as on explanation for increased shipment of fioi.r today In the northwest. The wheat market as a result paumed a stronger tone as the session progressed. While there whs apparently some good selling at times, the demand throughout the day was of an In fluential character, offerings being- radllv absorbed For May the highest point of the session wax reached at 11.17. The mar ket closed almost at the top. final quota tions on May being at II. 16V Clc lrnnce, of wheat and flour were equal to S3.7i buahels. Prlmarv receipts were 3n2.9oa bushels, com pared with .V4..) hushel a year ago. Min neapolis, rmluth and Chicago reported re ceipts of 2M cars, aralnst 143 cars last week and 157 cars a year ago. Corn prices also felt the stimulating In fluence of the severely cold weather. The cold not only had the effect of curtailing shipments, but it also increaeed the con sumption of corn. At the c.ienlng the mar ket was somewhat easy. In sympathy with lower prices at Liverpool. The tone, how ever, gradually became firmer and th. market closed at the highest point of the rty. May opened a shade to 'sc lovsr at 44'i44c i0 44Sc. sold up to 44c and losed at the top. laical receipts were XX) cars, with 1 of contract grade. Manv traders who so'd short veaterdav caused firmness In the oats market. May opened unchstired to a shade lower at 9ru,c to ii4J : c. sold between and 3'c r.nd closed at the highest figure. Local receipts were 47 rare. A much smaller Increase in contract stock than had been expected created some bul lishness in the provisions market. Shorts w-re .fair liuvers. Trading was fairly ac tive and a Arm tone prevailed throughout the entire session. At the close May tmrk was up 7Uc at 11? 87V Inrd was a shade higher at K904ir.9.'i, and ribs were tip 5c at $'' 7i.f. Katlmated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat. 14 cara; corn. 3Z7 cars; oats. 64 cars; hogs. Ui.") head. Th leading futures ranged as follows: Articles Open. ! Hlgh. liw. Close.l Yesy. Wheat May July Corn Feb. May July Oats Feb. Mav J 11 IV Bept. Pork Feb. Muy Lard Fell. May July Rlhs Feb. . May July l 1S',1' 1 17? 1 l",' 1 IH's'lltJ',-1, I I I 41',' i 4'SI 41 S in-1, 4uV'd I I I -IT.-1' 3o 'aa juv v 2Ss, t ' I 12 674 12 i) 12 Mi 6 70 7 tji 6 S24 S2', H ,4 12 al'A li 13 J 12 K7, I I 724 7 .n S K4, I 07 70 ! ( HTV 7 00 , 'i'iiii,' 7 lr 70 j s 4 7 2, 37H 7 u;',, tt 7h' ii Ss , 91 V 1.74' i 8 a 7 ir.'4 No. 2. Cash quotations were as follows: FLOCR Dull; winter pa ten I , t 1" 8 jo; winter sirnlghis, h.mv, epilna pm ents, t&. joriJ W; spring straights, i4.Sa4 90; bakers. l2.titiVa.aJ. . WH RAT No. 2 spring. 1.14fil.l; No. 3, tl.U4ttal.lt-,; No. 2 red, II .l.v,,'q 1 .to. CORN No. 2. 43c; No. 2 vellow, 41k'. OAT8-N0. 2. ?i',c; No. 2 white, 314'o:l24c; No. 3 white. 30Sc RYE No. J, '.ac. HARLBY Ood feeding, 37t).KIo; fair to choice malting, 42tt4tjc. 8IED No. 1 flax, II ll!; No. 1 northwest ern, 11.22. Timothy, prime, 32.002. 75. Clover, qontracl grade. tLi.Vi. . - . .1 PROVISIONS Mesa pork, per bbl.. 112 $13.70. Laird, per loo lls., ti.2&. Short riba sides (ioosei. Jyi.fi24h6.76; sliort clear rides tboxed), 6.7SJi.S74. Following were the receipts and ship ments of flour and grain: Kacelrds. Shipments. Flour, bbls ; 29.700 23 !W Wheat, bu ln.ii Corn, bu 2tii.o o-j,5oj Oats, bu 73 yMsm Rye. bu - 4.ii h. ,oo Barley, bu 63.SI0 12,100 On the Produce exchange todav the but ter market was firm; creameries, l!Kg244c; dairies, I9ys Kggs, firm, at mark canes Included, 22g27c; flrats. ytc; prime firsts. 2uc; extras, 32c. Cheeee, quiet, 114 12c. BT. I.OC1S. Feb. 2. WHKAT Higher; No. 2 led tash, elevator, 3,1. lu1),; track, tl.it; May, tl lSS; July, Hul!u4c; No. 2 lutr.i, tl. 1311 134. CORN No. 2 cash. 42c; track, 44fi444c; May, 1S; July. 44c. OATS No. 2 cash, 31c; track. 32c; May. V; N- J white. 33V". FIXL"R Steady; red winter patents, to. 35 66.it; special brands, t5.l6.85; extra fancy, 4-t fufi..l0; clear, t4. 44.40. 8KED Timothy, muninal, t2.00ii3.4iA COKNMEAIv-Steudy, t2 40. BRAN Dull; sacked, east track, gSc. HAY Steady; timothy, W.0043 12. 00; prairie. tfl9oO. IRuN COTON TIES-3c. , BAtKJINO iVc.i HEMP -nVlNB-aHe:- PROVISIONS-Pork, higher; Jolln. new standard. 112.124. Lard, ateady; primn steamed, ts.334. Dry salt meats, steady; boxed extra aborts, t6.(24; clear. MI74; short clear, t7.K. Bacon, steady; boxed ex tra shorts, 7.K; clear ribs, 17.424; short Clear, r 74. POt'LTRV Turkeya, higher; chickens, tc; springs, 10c; turkeya, 144c; ducks, 12c: geese, tc. Bl'TTER Quiet; creamery, 246304. dairy. lJ25c. ' ' EGOS Higher at a4''. case count. Receipta. Shipments. Flour, bbls . 10 no Wheat, bu 2tu! .tK (txi Corn, bu 4l.ini 32 0m) Oats, bu . 41,000 4O.j0 Kaaaaa Cltr Orals and Provlsloaa. KAN8A9 CITY. Feb. 2 - WHEAT fteady; May. : July, aoc: cah, No. hard, No. 3. 1 0t,ol.(K; No 4 tacejll 04: Nt. 2 red. tl.l4l.lo; No.' S. tLlOij 1.12. Recelpls. 22 cars. CORN exchanged to higher; May, 4XV July. 4t4o; cash. Not 3 mixed. 44c; No. 3. 44c; No. i while. 46c; No. 444c OATS Steady ; No. 2 white, 31i31e: No I mixed. 30.31c. HAY Steady; choice timothy, tlOXtfm.uu; Choice prairie. t7.5oH.s.0n. EOOU Higher: Mlasuurl and Kansas, new No. 2, white wood cases Included, :34c; case count. 2Sc: casea returned 4c l-s. BL'TTER Creamery. 2aV27c; dairy. 19o. Reotlpis. Shipments. Wheat, bu 12.3110 Siii) Corn, bu v. .13. 21.1 4400 Oats, bu 4 W.Ouo 10 Mlaaeapolla brain Market. MINNEAPOLIS. Feb. 2-WHEAT-Mnv, tl.lt4; July, tl 13V; September. a.ik,o; No.'l Lard. t1.17l: No. 1 northern, tl loA.; No. 2 nor'herti. 11 11H. ... FIXU'R-Fimt patents. W 3nfl i: second patents. ttf lotlS.M: first clears, 14 13'a4 i5; second clears, t2O0ii7o. BRAN In bulk. tl3.M. I.lverpaol ;raia Market. LIVERPOOL. Feb. i-WHEAT-Spot nominal: No. 1 California, no atock. Fu tures quiet; Marcli, 7a Sd; May, ba lid July. U ll",a. CORN Spot, quiet; American mixed new 3s 14d; American mixed, old, 4s 10',d Fu tures. Bteady; March, 4a Vd; May, 4s ld. Pearta Market. PEORIA. Feb. t-CORN-Steaiy ; No. 3 42'c No. 4. lci no grade. 40'c. Cattaai Market. NEW YORK, Feb i.-COTTON-Closed ?ulet at 1 points higher; middling uplands, .46c; middling- gulf. T.TOc; males, 1710 bales BT. LOL18. Feb. t -COTTON -Firm ; mid dling. 74c; sales. 111 bales; receipta. 2.V) bales; shipments, tilt bales; atock, 43,470 bales LIVERPOOL, Feb, t -COTTON Spot. In good demand; prices points higher; Amer ican middling, fair. 4 94d. good middling. 4 04dr middling, t 2d; low naddllng. J.J; good ordinary, Md: ordinary. 3 iM. The aalea of the day weie 12.on0 bales, of which 10t were for speculation and export, and Included ll.ano American: receipta, 33.0U) aalea. including 31 7u0 American. NEW ORLEANS, e'e. 2 -COTTON-Flini. sales. 4 bales, ordinary. ,; t'Mi ordlrtar)-. i i-6c: low middling, f a-lic; middling. 7 ll-lsc. goiv mldiiling. 'e: niid f.'r 7'e receipts. 3.742 bales, aivM-k. tto.ito I alas. ,. NEW YORK STOCKS AND BONDS Mi;ktt ii More ActiT. but Detlicgt Are Lar;?ly of Prcfctaiocal Character. PATE WAR AFFECTS MISSOURI PACIFIC Anthracite anal oi h vtcsiern Shares Adilmr-Mosr) Is Kav anil t n sMeetrd b Larue Kaports af (.old. NEW YORK. Fei. 2. Tlie speculative t inp . on tne slock txc imnge vti.ii.gcj loony from tne n-avy ion.- 01 yeMei,,.!v ami lliere wh.h a 1 e? jinplioii ci 1 on. ueiu in riiar.er j 1 1-es, ai-Lornuig me ewu'tuc 01 if,, preiionui.a iii e ot o,, ir.ie over seit.rg lit the inaiKct. tyeaiiiiss ceii of niui ti e atiie uiiu MiHiniii ii- c-teruay ami wer sua oticii.uKiv hi piutiMSioit.il iiinrai'ier lo a l.llge exlent. 1 My mis' dpi I.H.OTIi were i mmi- un, jh:e 10 in, ac.ni'y "1 uigiiiixcii pMitiea 01 1 -rofexaionai trailers ar.u ttiise oprtations nio were iarfti cou ciiLnileit in a lew prominent stm-as. 8"p cine news was imi a.iianeii h r ti.e moii"c of the movement. ge:i-i-,n iOi,il!i .ijt being relied 011 to wsriant t-ie suvhjk e. ic gardeci as a testing operation !terda s nnort saies und tin sliant ellei t widen cney produced 111 unvina; down pries or bring ing rut otrerli.gfi of lena stocs were as iiiuuentUil factors 111 t, ,.a s inaiset a anything else. Mtten..on was largely concentrated on Reading, in wnlcii lue prorasioiKii iipera llons centei-ed. i'ne prospetoui conditiotis of the anthracite tiattif rejultmg Iii a lilgh rate ot earnings, Willi promise ot fu.ure Hrowtn ot i iio-inl returns on the str k, were the underlying causes for the buying Various ;oK5 With immediate 01 remote proepeele of dividend increases were tukeu up In the speculation. The sprcHfi of the influence of the Keadit.a; movement was not rapid and some or me liNiding stock on the list uere Hliiaci-ii mi I neglected through a gteit part m Cie day. tills was es;jeilaily true or the '.! hum rials. The sinaii aueiiuon jaml to ihe I tilted .Slates !-tco siocks huecl tins tend ency to the trading. 11-e cn'Ois f.'poii'ied well to tiie Heftiitcg niovenient and some high grade issue which were In scanty supply In the niaiket were especially con spicuous ill cononnie !t:-. tiie recent large attention given to that class of stoi ks. The southweMi rn stoi Ks did wti. incliidit g the Wut.aalies, but not Including Missouil I'acitlc. The cut 1:1 rjf s op ex port corn offered by MIsourl f'aoiho und the spread of Hie ir for export grain as between the Atlnntie and the guif ports may hae lieen an Influence on that slick. The I'aclflcs came late Into the movement. In spite of the very moderate Improvements In liecember net earnings disclosed by th Harriman lines, Southern Hacine actually failing below the December level of th preceding yar. Tne same was true of St. Pain. Pennsylvania's strong showing of lecetnber earnings did not help the stock much In the early dealing., out it came forward later. The placidity of the money market drove the consideration of the gold export move ment Into the background, although there Is every prospect or its definite extension. All tho great foreign banks published their weekly reports today. The flow i f gold to Paris hss resulted in only a small in crease In the gold supply til the lisnk of France fur the week and thai Institution Is making no effort at retrenchment of credit, notwithstanding the t-aRer demand to accumulate gold in Paris, lis bills dis counted Increased for the week upward of $;i.iiO,ocju. The Hank of England showed a considerable increase in us proportion of reserves to liabilities, but discounts hardened in London Hnd sterling roee at Pari. There was practically no .welding in the sterling rale iii this market. The slightly irregular tone of slocks at the clralng was due to light prom-taking on the day's advances. Honda were nrm. Total snles. par value, tfi.i6.iMi l'nlttd tttntes bonds were all uncliansed. Vuoiaiions on th New York Ptock ex change were as follows: hn les. 1 11 if 11-uis.nofe. Atchison . tn s4 K4 do pfd 4.IV I le.l4 l'MVj 1"2-, Atlantic CoaM Line.. MO 122 122 120 B. & 0 27.300 1044 li-l", do pfd 2'i 7' 7 !7 Can. Pacific .; 1H4-I, lst4 l;4 Central of N. J h.t J l.ti-, lw, Ches. & Oliio Ii.oiji) bo t'.o, Chicago & A , 424 do pfd I' Chicago Ot. Western 2i.iM 244 224 2.1S C. A s'. W 3.li 24.1-4 241 2414 C. M. & St. !...... 1774 l''s l.'hicaso T. & T. 60 K 17'4 17' do pfd., trJ .31 3l . 30 C. C. C. & SI. I !.? '.r.i4 H-4 so". Cclo. & Southern 16.3m 14 2a 2& do 1st ptd 1.... 700 ti.1'4 6 63 do 2d pfd 2,300 2 374 3754 Iel. & Hudson 10.4' ls )74 ln7 Iel.. K & W 1.6") 3iS 3oo 357 D. & R. U.. rno 324 ;f do pfd 1.000 sr.'., 74 Erie 43.1)00 44 4;l 43', do 1st pfd i.i' boi Vj' do 2d pfd 6.7') t Bo', tvS-, I locking Valley 2V !h) !i :i', do pfd ViO M14 SI HI 4 III. Ccntrul 7.V) 1574 16U' !!, Iowa Central 6"0 3'- 3"'4 ;(o-'4 do pfd .. .57 K. C. Southern 0 So't 3", 3o'i do pfd H.i'1 654 (W4 wi L. & N 2.7'iu 17 , W.4 137S Manhattan L 3'0 17' 170 170 Mot. Securities.. 2,200 7!!4 74 Wt Met. St. Ry 4.!f lis Si n Mexican Central 1,"0 224 22' 22, Minn. & St. L 60 M-. St. P. 4t 8. Ste M. 7.4 101 !ei4 lino, do pfd l.l'O KPj l'V-'4 IH114 Mo. Pacific ll.l'i lc74 14 107 M.. K. &. T 2.:i 2:4 314 314 do pfd l.' 074 4 64 Nat l R. R. of M. pfd 800 42, 4P, 2 N. Y. Central :7.l 141.4 147 14s4 N. Y.. Out. & W 5.4O0 444 434 44 Norfolk & W 7.rv 7ST, 7i' 7'B do, pfd H34 Pennaylvanla ;. 12tt 1374 l:e, P., C. C. & St. L 2,lm 7H4 si', Reading 27'j.fiiO 24 ( !!, do 1st pfd l.W 14 24 3 do 2d pfd 4 W Id Rock Island Co 2.3k) H54 S44 Sl do pfd 7i) Kl St. L. rt F. 2d pfd 2.7 724 "l 72 St. L. 8. W 1.3O0 2i4 25 25 do pfd 1 l.aoo ti2 014 614 60. Pucific 14,600 h", 604 hb4 do pfd 4' 11M4 lis1, 1H So. Railway 27,6i 344 'J 34 do pfd 6oO 11 74 K7i Texas at Pacific 3.J00 3i'4 344 34-"4 Tol., St. L. & W 1"0 3.v, ib' ;i5 do pfd ; H 63;-4 53, u34 I'nlon Pacific 121. ) 123 121 22- do pfd 2o0 !" lis 74 Wabash . H.7'10 23', 22 22 do pfd 3.7m) 454 4 4n W. & Ukr Erie 2" 1!4 14 1 Wis. Central 2.t"0 21 2:t4 2;i, do pfd l.' 514 61 514 Adams 244 American Ex H 234, 2344 $i C. S. Ex 125 Welle-Parga Ex 210 Amal. Copper 22. w 7434 73, 744 Ainer. Car i F 1.4o0 311, 334 334 do pfd 1") M !i24 Anier. Cotton Oil 3") 344 344 334 do pfd 2 Ainer. Ice '.a.O K", 64 K4 do pfd 3.200 41 404 401, Anier. Unseed Oil ! do pfd 4o Ainer. Ixjtomotlve. . . l.soo 264 364 W, do pfd 2iO llo no no Anier. Smell. & H... 2,7'i H Vi4 U do pfd ' H 114 HH Ainer. S-;gar Kef 2.5oo J42S 142 141 Ainer. Tub. pfd certif 9.6 !I4 !d4 Anaconda M. Co ) liw 107 I074 Brooklyn R. T 4.7' i.l', 61 61 Colo. Fuel & 1 3.4110 474 4il4 46"i Con. Gas ' a 3014 Sol 4 Corn I'roducts 20 1H4 1W4 do pfd 7 Dtstlllers- Secuiitlc-s. 4m 37 Wi', 34 Oen. Electric l i ls64 1, uy. Inter. Paper &"0 204 So, do pfd 76 Inter. Pump "374 do pfd .. S6 Nnfl liead 103K1 2S 27 27x4 No. American 2.ui I044 lit! I1134 Pacific Mall 1.3 44', 4;4 444 People's Ons 2. lo7', I074 lifTii Pressed Steel Car ... 3 :f,i, 354 do pfd ex-dlv im lifi Vj4 Pullman 1. Car 1i 212 242 2 40 Republic Steel l,ai 1', 16 lsi, do pfd l" '- t;u in. Rubber Goods 2) 27, 21, S61, ao pio m Tenn. Coal at I I-. 8. leather do cfd V. 8. Kealty V. 8. Rubber cti pfd - IT. S. Steel do pfd Va. t7uro. Chemical.. IPO 724 714 Jl 4Wa 14- 14 4 3 Imi liMV 164 1H14 2,S s2'i tJ f l.1 d" 4 SeV 3.0 lisMs liu4- Sh.7ic) 3ni 3114 anj 1 "aiO ;i 14 mT art) 34S 44 34-4 ) V lie 111714 ) 1SD I?!!, ITU do pfd. Weatingh. Electric... Western I'raull Total sales for the day. l.'.Ot V aliares. Risk of Fraace btalcurnt, PARIS. Feb. 1 The weekly statement ef the Bank of France shows the following changes: Notes in circulation, increase, Ms,ri.la francs; treasury ac-ourita current, dn reuae, ;ji7ni'4j fiaucs: cold in hand, lilt lease. franc s; bills dim ounted, im rease. 1S1 tt75 ii francs; silver in hajid, decrease, sTYiaaj francs Bank al krraasr ktalaasaal. RF.RLIN. Feb. : -The weekly statement of the Imrerul Rank if Oermanv sliowg the f.illi at 1 ehanga: Cusl In . h I. le- creal H.'iajoni, pea u v r.o cs, deer astl .wvim: othe- securltii-.. iraT. tise l 1'."i' -rn: note in ritculsiion, increis.-d II". fm. eer Verk Money Market. NEW YORK. F"tv J-MONFV--O11 rail, firm sit l4?-"t per r-rt ; rclt,g bid nd tiffereU at 2 r cent. Mm luatis. stead v; rixtv davs and ninety d iys. 3 per cjent: six months aiej.I per cern: prime mercantile pacer 340 44 lr crt STERLING RXCHAN1E Slightly easier with actual business tv bsr.kers' bll's at ft ss for itemand and at 14 i.'.7S for ixty-d iy bi'ls; isist'd rstea. tt.,",i)4.t; commercial bii's l v4'ii4 5 SILVER Bar. 614c; Mexican dollars. 474 e BUNDS Government, steady: railroad. Arm. Closing quotations on bonds wem: V. rf ? ret .. 'ftH Jip,:! rtf ' do roupen in1, 1. ft; . UD1. l. ..I'M .Viuhattsn r. t i inj M-i rnt-l 4 . . ' 14 i lit tne IJe l 'Mlrn St. L 4 .. Tt 10" S M . K T 4 .. ise-x I1' ie ss do 3a. ri-, 1 roipon da sew 4s. re - itrt 1 oupin do old 4t. r do ceutein Ar,l. Tul.-. ,1 4". 1 I -is 4. rtf Al hS.-e sn. 4 . 1I0 aij. 4, . .. . Ai ante c L. 4 Hal a Ohio 4 . o 1',, 'eiiral I Oi do lt tTll ilo ini I'hra. Sr tihln 4it -nuas" 4' A. t'w C, H & q. n. 4 1 . Ii 1. P 4- 741, N R. R .if V ll :t llv N V. f. ,. S',a .... !N t"4i4 X. 3 t' f 1-V. . N,v pacta-.- 4 b'4 1 da Sa '' 1"S N W - 4a in 4 lei nS.t, rMg l. . . . :' 1I.1S p,nn i-nnv. 3S I"4 aj kdAlm n. 4t 1&.' . H SI L. I 4 . i UH, I t" i I, S F s 4.. tl, . JH s- u a . ... i-ahenr't A L 4 . . 7S f Parld- 4a. M't On tol. Ril!li i l l il U . 4a .1-4 T. iaa P 1 Ill Chlraa-o Ter 4t T SI I.. W 4. 4 Colorado Mii 4 i!nlo a So 4f . .. . t'uha Aa. nf D A H O 4.. iiiatlllars" Sei . Una prior I lea 4 de gn. 4a . . . r. w a- ti 1 i. . T It -non ranlli 4a laf4 , rftVi' do roni. 4 IS-" .:.S t a. Aisel Id i a li'l v,h,h ;a lit . tJ-i lo dlv B 7o .liilS' Waatera M4 4a . si w I. T. ' .11 1 1 W 1. l antral 4a .14 HkIT.i val. 44a .. 1104 Hid. Heatos stack Market. HOSTON. lb. J.-Cdll loans. :-"3 ci cent; time losn.. Ci4U per cent. OffMal cloaina on stocks ana bonds: Atthiaon ad) 4 . do 4a Mai. I'snlral 4a.. Alrhlann .... do pfd n.iatnu Albanr-. putun A Maine . . . Ii.miioo Klavated . . . Ktichhuif pfd ... .Mailt ail canlial N V . N 11. 01 11 Pera MarnnMla -. . I n'on Pa ifl' Airr. Ai-ga. rhem do pfd Ar.iar. Ptii'il. Tuha . Amar. Sugar dti pfd Amar. T a- T Amar. Woolen .... Jo p'd . . Iioniialon I. a S .. F.dlton Kik- lllu . tienera! Klaelrlc ... Maiia. Klertrln ...... do pld Mle Can I nitad prut l ulled Shoe Marh.. do pM C. S. Slael do Dfd a; W'-irtins roltimnn ? A-Iaelvira 7 . "4 A:'i.a iSA ii uliamaiad 71a .ft T.-ruan Z.a; II .SS ,AMmte- !' 17T I'; xl-an H JM leal He. is V .14 i , mennia :7 -2 i i.par Kanfa U a lull Waal 1 '' . !i.- liumlnlon Coal .... 4J 'a .WJt Pr.-.k'tn H . '.-a flrarn-v 'a . twl i lata kefala Si-'t. y Mining l-'a 14: 4 p.higsn l4 . ISJ ,M ':awk 3 ,lti Mk.i. r. '' 4 . i ;nid Pomlnioo Sltj n ai.la 4 . Parr a -"V M-i Cji.ini r 11" .la.',j Sl.ainon iii . 1 .Tamarack 1- . twi, Tllnilv 11"4 . fka, c a Mtniaa. .10i f s oil a . 7 jl tsh 424 . .bvviitoria ' . i0 W'rona US . S4VW. I' arins l"S4 -riltt. "Asked. London Stax-k Market. LONDON. Feb. 2. ClnsinK quotations on stocks and bonds were: Ctmaola. monev a.'a'S V Oeatral IMS do ai-raunt M 1-IH !4ertnlk W. l Ana'onds i dn ptd ' Anhlaon ,l(li,t,rto A W 44 do pfd lis il'aniiaalvanla "u- IlUlimora A dhlo. .. . Ins, Kant Mine, l"-ta Canadian Paelfle Kaa llns 4 t hat, a Ohio J...- 61 i do lat pfd 474 I'hlraso tit. W -4 ilc 2d pfd 44 l-.. 4 a St. P l!1! f 'ulharn Rallsay ... lieBeem 11-1 d.. pfd I" larnver R. O ssaa'atnutliarn Pa-'llli n'i do pfd 7il'nl,n Partfl,- I -l a Erie 44' do pfd ! do lat ptd st4-. a. meel : do :d pfd 7 I do pfd " llllnnla l entrcl IVJ'ajWataah 2' Uoula Kask .I4 i- pfd 4 M.. K. a T rCfc'Siaiilali 4a HI', SH.VKR-Hur, steadv. ;.iv,d per ounce. MOXKY-SiiL'S per cent. The rate of discount in the open market for short hills Is :4 per niontlis- hills, :4t!i!t-!'' Ip i- cent; tor inrce er cent. rir York Mining Mocha. NEW YOU K. Feb.' 2 The following are the closing truotattons on mining stocks: llimilK 't'l"lilil,,i"' vi imiuu Dit'viis. I on 2" i holla Chief i n lOmarlo 3711 , It tlplilr - 4S.1 Adama Alice rtrtuiaatlrk Can Ptveanll In 1'omato.k Tunnel. !n - Pi, lust II 1 en. l al. & Vs. .'. . ..19V Waraite t: Horn fllvei , .liliT.rKrra Kavatls ( Iron Oliver !' .Kinall llnpea ?7 liadvttlft t'on - 't"ai.dard liu Offered. . -T' . ' UMAIIA WHOLESALE MARKKT. Condition of Trade aail Qnntatlnns on ' Stapla and Fancy Produce. Kfiiia-Candled stock, tic. LIVE IIH'LTKY- Hens. 'a!4c; rousters. Be: turkeys, 15c; ducks, 0c; 4ji.-ee. MiiJo; spring cliickens, e. DKhSSEiJ POULTRY Turkeys, lojfl3c: ducks, lliftl.c: geese, lullc; chickens, 11c: ronsiei. tl'do. Bl'TTEK Packing stock. 184c; choice to fancy dairy. 2'.' J 22c ; creamery, SMjJe; prints. Ilho. FUK.SH FROZEN FISH Trout, 9c:; pickerel. c; pike. c; perch. 7e; bluellsh, 12c; whlterisli. Sic; salmon, 13c; redenapper. 11c- lobster, (grecni, See; lobster thoiiedt, 33c: bullheads. 11c; cattish. 14c; black has. 2oc; halibut, 12c; dapples, 12c; buffslo, 7:; white baas, lie; free lege, per doa.. 25c RRAN-Per tou. tln.Ou. HAY Prices quoted Ky Omaha Whole sale Hay Dealers- association: Choice No. 1 upland. t'i N. 1, Ji.: rr.ellum. (5.); coars9. t iJ. Rye straw. Isi. These prices are for bay of good color and quality- OYSTERS New York counts, per can, 43c ; extra selects, per can standard!,, per can. IDr: bulk standard a er gal . ti.4i; hulk extra aelecta. per gal., i.i6: bulk New York counts per gal,. 11.90. TROPICAL FRCITS. ORANGES California Redland navels, all sixes, li.iO; choice navels. t2.2i: Cali fornia Mediterranean sweets, all sixes. 12. 'JO. LEMONS Cullfiii nl fancy. t2.76; SuO and 3i0. 13 So: choice. tii.2. UATK8 Per box of 30-lb. pkgs., t2.00; Hallowe en. In i0 lb. boxes, per lb. 6436c. t iCa California. tr iw-io. carton, tic: lmiorled 8mrna. 4-crown, 124c; -crown, 14c: 7-crown, ltic; fancy Imported (washed), In l ib pkgs., 14lSe; California, per case of 36 pkgs., t'.'.-i. BANANAS Per medium slxed bunch, tl 7Sfi2 -.'o: jumbna, t2.5o-83 ). GRAPEFRUIT Per box of M to 44. ('. FRUITS. APPLES New York Kings. t3.; New York Greenings, fcl.iW; New York Bald wins. 12. 7&; Colorudo Jonathans. tl 76; Wines:, pa. per. bu box, 11. 5o. . VEARS Utah. Colorado and California, til varieties, per boy, I1.5C. CRANBERRIES-Wisconsin Bell and Bugle, per bill., to.au; Jerseys, per bbl., 17. id, per box. t-'-75. GRAPES Imported Malagas, per keg-, (6 (jiii.5ft. TAGERI'ES Florida or California, pef 4-box, t2.. VEGETABLES. POTATOES Home giuwu. in sacks. pr bu., 46c; Ctduiudo. per bu., ic. 1 U UN IPS oid, per tu., 4tc; Canada ruta bagas, per It , 1c, CAHhoTS Old. per bu., 40c. PA US NIPS--Old. per bu., 4oc. BEETS old, ptr bu., Uuc. NAVY BEANS Per bu., tl.S5H2.0u. ONIONS Home grown, red. in sacks, per bu., tl uo; SpanUli, per crais, 12. Li. culurauo yellow, pet ib.. it. Miiitu, prr in., 24-- .'LCfjiBLiiS fer Uox., 42.26d2.iO. TOMAT'OEHrr-FIorid 1, per e-uueket crate, J4 fcc6.UO. CABMAGE Holland seed, per lb.. 14c. SWEE1' POTATOES Kansas kiln aried, per bbi.. t? SO. CELERY-Californla. 4tlr7io. RAL11SIIE8 tioineilse. per dox . tic. ONIONS-New. eoutliern, per Out, 4c. CAaKUOi'b-New, par dox., 4iC. BELTS -New, per Uox., 4i TUUNIPS New, per doa., 45c. LETTUCE Per boa of about fifteen heads. 60c. RHUBARB Per dox. bunches. 7ic. PARSLEY Per dox. bunches. "Sc. MISCELLANEOUS. SAUEKKUau X iacoiisiii, per keg . 2.0. CIDER New York per bbl., ti W; per hatt Thi.. 7i 26. CHEESE Wisconsin twins, full cream, U4fil3c: Wisconsin Young America, block Swiss, new. lte; old, ljl7c; Wiscon sin brick. 14c; Wisconsin limbjiger. lie HIDES No. 1 green, 7c: No. 2 green, Oc; No. 1 salted. 64c:, No. ! salted, 74c; No. 1 veal calf, c; No. it veal calf. 7c; dry tailed, knjltij; sheep pelts, 2ic4)41.oO, horse hides, 11 so 3. 00. . NUTS Walnuts, No. 1 soft shells, new drop, per lb.. 14c; hard shell, per lb., 13c;: No. i soft shells, per It., 12c, No. S hard hells, per lb., 12c. pecsns. large, per lb., J2c; small, per lb.. M: peanuts, per lb.. 7c; roasted peanuts, per lb., it; Chill walnuts. Per 10.. I2'al34c; almonds, soft shell, per 10, 17c; bard slieil. parr lb., lie: chestnuts. Per Ire. 1.4'(lio; nea black walnuts. 7er bu . 7yuaM. , slidlbark hickory nuta. per bu., 1171; laige hic kory nu'. mr U 40. Dry Cioods Market, NEW YORK. Feb. 2.-DRY tKlrS Buy ing in the dry goods market continue In dirterent. although pnees remain prac llcally uni'haiiged. anal the attitude- of first hands is firmly aaialust reductions. Buyers, however, lack confidence 111 the situation, while re pur is of retail trade are not en com aging, especially from the south. Local dealera Mud trade Improving steadily. OilAHA LIVE STOCK MARKET Trains Late in Arrivic:, Sa that Market! Wire Slow in Opening. HOG MARKET WAS GENERALLY STEADY Ueaianal Inr Sheep aad l aixbs Kallp Kit 11 at tn appl) aa-l t.nol, Mentis Trices Uere raid fur All Desirable Oradra. 8OI.TI1 OMAHA Kel. i 16 Receipts were: Oflleisi Monday CrMcisl Tnrsd.iy Ofticlsl Wednesdav. Crt'elal Thursday.... Cai'le. lings. ShefP. . J.I'.v. 4 .ii-9 i.VA .. S I7 .i.4 &.U5 . . .1 ;4 tTi a ?44 .. .l.-fi 4.V) a.ai" "t Fe-rr diiv.a tliis wiek 1. ;!.SA 1.4I3 fame davs last week . . .14 r,9 : 4::.' U.4th Sam' illva week befoie.. 14 1" '1 .117 ..' Pame three weeks aapi..lkr '.l.V'2 Jii.sj-J Same Tnur weeks :ia ; '."S .744 -J4.'V Same days last ve.ir. .. S.ti. :.3 r".T4 RECEll'TS KoR fill; YklAR TO DATB. Tiie followirg table shows the receipt nf caule. hogs and hse; at tjouth Omaha for the year 10 date, with ccrapanson with last ar: IKu 1?W. Inc. Iec Cattle Tii.'c.l M.llii 4 l?r H' ils .u liut.tiTo ?i.l; Sheep 1.11. SUS 17:.S4 !.-. The followlna- Isble show. the nversne price of hnas at Huiit'i Omaha fur the last ev ral aays. with compartstns: ' l!. 1-4. i;ai. i:r.ini. i;ai l-9:i. Jan. Hi.. Jan. 17.. Jan is... Ian. is... .'an. i'i... .'an. 21... Jan. 11'.. Jan. i3.. Jan. :-).. J it ll. 20 . Jan. L'i.. Jan. . Jan. it... Jan. r.'. . Jim. ;i.. Jan. Jl.. -'e. 1... Fell. J... 4 614 5n4. 4 4 , , 4 &7 , 4 S 4 I.T-,! 4 tv:,, 4 71 7i4, 4 'Kl . 4 644 4 4 4 hi . 4 j 4 74, I'.', 6 15 -'7, 171 I 4 bli .' 3- 4 4i S 4.1 4 56 l 4 '4 4 it 4 t, 4 it 4 a 4 7" 4 StV 4 Mi 4 S 4 7 I .M 4 4 7H 4 kl s 47, b oM ti S3, b vi, t Wi K ol ti 64 4 84, 3 iJ a t 5 t t.l i 6) i Si' i u: 5 131 ,S 1 i ?i 5 I t, 6 IS a t o d 0 -1 1 -ti 4 03 4 .9 4 o 4 41 4 In 4 b.: a 4 r,Z I 7i4 I I) i4 Ii io. a ;i ,u 3 b4 3 4 o b4 4 10 4 c: 4 t a Uu, Indicates Suiid.o . The orticiel number e-r cars of stock brought in today by each road was: C-ittle. Hogs. Slucp.H r s. c.. M. & St. P. Ry... - . 1 abash 3 2 Mo. pacific Ry 1 I . P. system 14 K 11 C. N. V. Uy 3 5 F., E. M. V. R. U.. 1 .21 3 C, tt. e., M. A; o.... pi 0 B. A M. Ry 27 13 4 1 C, 11. a y. Hv 2 C., R. I. .V P., oust., lu 4 C, R. I. P.. west . .. 1 .. Illinois Central 4 2 .1 Chicago Ot. W estern. .. 3 Total receipts 1M 7 21 3 The disposition of :he day's receipts waa at rolhjwa. cacn buyer purchasing the number ot htad Indicated: Cat tic. Hugs. Slice p. Omaha Pucklng Co 4ol vU b.' Swift and company "i l.:'"" l.l-'n i-udiihy lacking t" l a l.:u2 l.i:C Arniou'r Co i5l l..ai l.Sii Hill Ar Son "" Hainillon 4t Rullisclilid . . ll la. P'. tlu-x S Wolf Murium 4h Mike Hagxery 2.' J. B. Boot Ac Co Bulla : Kline 2t other buyers IS' . . Wi Total !.7S S.W 5.174 CATTLE There was u llfcht run of cattle reH,rtcd at all points this morning, hut the exireipelv cold weather or lust nlRht d layed the arrival of trams nt this point 111 bad shape ami as a result it was the middle nf ihe forenoon before the catllo market ul-ened. The demand, though, was ill good snuie, so that il did not taae long to make a clearance atier the market finally got started. Quite a liberal proportion of the receipts consisted of b'of steers and the duality of the offerings was better than tisnnl. As high as '' was paid and some pretty good cattle sold for ae.ou and io io. Trading was quite active on the more desirable grades and such kinds citd satcly be quoted strong. The fsir to medium cattle also sold without a great deal of trouble at what looked to be steady prices. The cow market showed very little e ha-.tje from yesterday. Buyers all seamed to lie anxious for supplies, so' that when they started out they began bidding steady prices and the cattle soon were on the road to the scales. There were not many cows and helrers In the receipta, and, wltn the exception of some very late arrivals, it did not lake long to make a clearance. The common to medium kinds were, of course, not so much sought after as the more desirable grinles. bin still the prices paid for all kinds were about steady with yesterday s market. There was not enough change In the market for bulls, veal calves and stags to be worthy of mention. Very few stockers and ft-eders arrived and "not many were wanted. The cold weathtr has naturally kept buyers at home and as a result the demand from the coun try for the last few days lias been rather limited. Good heavy cattle sold this morn ing without much trouble at steady prices, but others were tiegltcted. Representative sales: BEEF STEERS No AT. Pr. Syj. A. pi. 1 U7 I 60 la l:iJ3 4 40 1 am) I t lin 4 40 7 li4 8 M IS r.'ilS 4 40 t SUM t 10 im 4 IS 1 l: 4 00 It 1172 4 44 2:' tin 4 io it im: 4 M 14 1IO 4 I" It i2' 4 M It lOil) 4 14 tn 1111 4 U Jl 1"71 4 !0 14 1171 4 46 11 ilpl 4 20 41 1:54 4 44 ( )M 4 : la 1274 4 74 1 114 4 n 14 lint 4 ,i i.. Int7 4 J" 4ii ISM 4 Ii 1 1141 4 J" U 140) 4 ai, 1J 1212 4 30 :i I4M ID Ill 4 16 164 S 26 6TEEKS AND COWS. j- una I 4 II i.in4 4 10 j aS 70 17 ljr i 7j 11 11110 4 0U 15 1 :t a 4 ft " COWS. . . te.'i . . Mil .. f.i ..1141 . .1061 ..lint . .ii,t .. 14 .. V.M .. tao ... HO . .Ila6 . . 1 167 I 00 t 10. t 10 I 35 1 If. 2 40 1 4 t Vi Ml 2 40 6 M 1. 10. 7. .1230 1 no 24 1 IS .lent 3 is . t77 IHM . tut . a4 Hut . a: .1074 . 11KI .1S7 . 12uii .Mil .1107 .Uiij 1 :o 3 3 3 46 1 vv 1 26 s to I 4u 1 46 I 64) 1 ao 1 16 i 76 i 76 IT.! II.. 14.. it. . 16.. . I. 6. In. 16. :. : to 7! I ) 11. a i. "1 1 t.) . Mt I I") 1 00 COWS AND HEIFERS It... I... ... 1... 4... 1 60 m 3 61 HE!r i.r.s t :t 1" 1 44 1 I W 13 4 1 .4444 . tut) . 410 . tit . 4t t 16 . inn I 26 . SJI . 140 .ISfiCI . 1620 1J4U 3 to 4 Ou i .10 j in 1 BULLB. im tin 1 1. 1. 1. 4 lina 30 til I 75 1 1 t 1 t at HTAUM. ' IJlt I 25 CALVES. uo I to , I :m 1 a STOCKEKd ANL FEEDERS. 640 t 76 16 t!4 iii 41 I 76 14 126 a 60 I 00 4... ......... n 1 jo IIS I 0 46 IM 1 an HOGS There was a llk'ht run of boas h. today, owing. 110 doubt, in u large niraauia to the extremely cold wouther. Trains were ao Mie In arriving that it was Impos sible to tell what portion of the number reported would actually arrive, and that, of course, made buyers slow to take hold. At this point yesterday Ihe market opened just about steady with yeaterday'a beat time. Borne of the buyers were rather bearish and wanted to buy their hugs for about the same money they did at the cIok yesterday, but as a general thing the early sales were ateady with the best time yes terday. The light weights sold from 14 st down, th mixed hogs largely from t4.t to 14 70, with th heavies and alao the choice butcher weights from 14. To to t4.75. with prime heavies aa high as 14 W. Trad ing was not at all brisk, but still most of lit early arrivals changed hands In fair! good seaaon. Very little change in th market waa noticeable up to the noon hour; though, th same aa usual, there may have been some weak and ome strong spots. At tlrus of going to press there were still sum trains reported which had not arrived. Repre at ntative sales: Mo. 1.... 60... No 4 . At. ..Ill ...: . , .201 . . 1:1 ..m ...lil ...lit ...12 .. Kt ...ta . . J-J . . 211 . . Mt . . 1-4 . . 17 ...7J la. Pr. 4 7 4 7 4 7i 4 70 4 70 4 7. 4 '0 4 14 4 7l'4j 4 7! 'i's . it 4 74 Kl 4 64 t6 4 46 4 66 4 47 4 4 47C, 4 V 4 47 s, 4 47 4 IT'S 4 a-iv, 4 7 t 4 T 4 7 4 7 4 : las si) 22 .lit Mil :-i .40 74. 41.. 64 . at 11 . tt . 61 . . 71. . 7 , 41 14 11 .... j . 4 re .-si ... 4 r . . . ,e n 1 1 : ;i -is 40 4 4 : . 1 ei 4 7 m . . . ?v . . 4 : 4 .... 1 1 4 :: 71 T7S 4 ? J "f 4 4 J : rn 4 r-i s 47: tl'. 4J 4 4 J'7 4 77 1 71 . .-!'... 4 7n l . . . . 4 r, T .rt ... 4 ' 4i ... 4 1-1 i! :s . . 4 ;e tHKKP-The daraainl fur sheep ami lambs ss lully tqnsl lo thi supply tms niorn!:ip snd ss n result l.i'il hiiyers were all out esily snd tne market could aafe.v te a-iotMl steady nnJ active on all desirable grade. Only about half td the rtelj.ts were In at the opaning of the mark!, but buyers took hold frel ai d tionalit ever -thira In siaht at ao"il. stcsdy pr e s A trit.f of eight cars of rwes sold t r tl 7 nil :. rri'' lyi'-nh hr-j!-.t tIA'. Wethers soij up to tVJ fc and esrllnKS Kili. Tha-re Wfre tit t hole! 1 until nmorg the early ar rivals (jtrotatlon for fed stoca. flood to rholes yearllr.as. $.at.:'b: fair to sood yesr lit as. 16.5x16 lJ. good to rholi e wethers. t."vitf-r'i ..Vi; fair to guo1 wether I fc ji 1 a ; rood to choice ewes 14 .'hit4 V. , fair to go id ew-s. 4 0iri4ai: common n t"lr ewe xa ,vi 'li3V": food to cbr.ii e latr.bs. J7 nfi i" fal lo Rood lambs, Vi.ia'j7 flu; leedrr earlina. t4 int:6:e; ir.-rter we t-ers. 44..vlt4 fent ewes. (.1.2(13 7o: feeder iambs, Vi K'liaj.r Hi prcpe ntative salts: No. ! western bucks 41 Idaho rwes 417 ldho ewes 4Mt Ifalio ew 'S JKi Idaho swes .ai'p western fredlnt lamb 1 western buck 1JX western ewe western ewes 7 South Dakota ewws 1 Hotitli tiakota ewe 4 western ewea ?0 western withers iS South D.ikota wethers &! South IH-a yeirhnas . .... Smith haltnti larnti" in western lamia In western ewes western ewes ?no wntern feeder lnmh western ewes west-rn ewes and wethers... 1.12 w tstern wethers 5m weatern wethers jearlli'irs HW western earl!' s H2 western vrMrllt.as ;'! western lambs A v. Tr. i i: r. v ! n. 4 7S 1S 4 ii ii 4 :.i va 4 7.i US !,!'! :i" J & ! "1 4 I !1 4 7i f. 4 .'. 11" 4 S 1!7 ' p.; S 15 111 5 I" 94 In i,T r, in 7 1". K 4 ii 4 7S 4 4 i no 5 i i s7 5 :'. -. 5 4'i I r. h i i in j si a I" 69 i 73 1 I IIK K.ll .1 IC SI (UK MtHKKT Cattle SlroiiB llitgs a shade liaaer sheep and l.nmhs Stroug. CHICAGO. Feb. "-CATTLE-Receipts. Iii.imi hend: matltat str uig, good to prime steers, ti H.2S ; poor to medium. tiLTs'ST fi in: stockera and feeders. $.' 3i'u4 2S; t ows. II 2:Vn 4 40 : heifers. l'..iii.V10, runners. tt.2-v 2.im: bulls. t.'.HKO.co; calves. tl.iOn7.2i. 1H HiS- Receipts. Ml.uai head: estimated for tomorrow, is.iaaj huad: market a shade lewer; mixed and butchers t4iWf4Ri; good to choice heavv, 4.tj;4 9d; rough heavv, t4.i4r?; light. $4.ci'ii4.Wt; bulk of sales. 4 ti.Vp 4 771-. BHFEP AND l.AM BS Receipts. I5.ni htad; marKit fur sheep strong, for lambs 10c higher; gotat to choice wethers, t'i.21'01 i Vi; fair to choice mixed. W.lfitf S.pi: western sheep. t4.,VKrD iii; nsilv e lambs, ti ikiifc O"; western lambs, lo.73fl7.7i. Kansas 4 itj Live Hlork Market. KANSAS CITY. Feb. 2. CATTLE Re ceipts, 4.7m head, including mm hesd south ern; market weak to l.Vs lower: choice ex port and dressed beef steers. tiifiA.75: fair to good, t.1 5iV4.fl; western fed steers, H Vlt 5.40; stockers nnd feeders, t-1.unii4.2r: south ern steers, t3.2nvi4.5ii: southern cows. I2.2ii S.2fi: native cows, tl Tifi4.O0: native heifers. . &''il4 i'i: bulls. (2.4:: 75: calves. t3 (avtii.5tl. Hi MIS Receipts. 9 head: market strong to PK- higher: top. ti; bulk of sales. 4.'i 4 t.: heavy. $4 liSfifvOrt; imckers, t4.ViH4.s6; piss and lights. tOiip4o. SHEEP AST) LAM I!K Receipts. 4.1 head: mnrkel bliVr higher: native lambs. Pi.ii Ii 7.011: native welhers. ti-tioii.si; native fi-d ewes, t4.75fti.2n: western lnmhs. tii.inTi 7.S0; western vetrluiKs. ti.TS'Uii.iii: western fed sheep, tt.'oin.Hi; siockers and feeders. t-I.Subi io. St. I.ouls Live Stock Market. ST. LOUIS. Feb. S. -CATTLE Receipts. 2..Vai head. Including l.laal head Texnns: mar ket steadv: native shipping snd export steers, ti ( Ji.VTR; dressed beef anil butchr steers. t4.noo7f,.4fi: steers under I IM) lbs.. t-1.7S eiioTi: Blockers and feeders t2. Jlfil.tt: cows and heifers, t .' 2.V94 1T; cunners. t?. i)n4i 2.25: bill s. t2.564 fi: calves. I4 iaii7 fn; 1'exss and Indian steers. tS.HTi4.75; cows nnd heifers, t2i"vo.1 o". HOGS -Receipts. R.iaai bad: market easv. slew and lower: pigs and lights. tn.7i4i4.n7; packer $4.T.Vrf 4.; butchers and best heavy, 4 Sf,Dj4 !Pi. SHEEP -AND LAMBS-Recel -s. 1.0m) )iead;,msrkel nulet and atentlv; n" ive mut toTis. H ci-'ot) io; lamlis ." tl7.2S: biieis, t4.5fl; stockers, tl.HifilM; Texaits, p.wftsa. at. Jose ah Uve atock Market. HT. JOSEPH. Feb. 2. CATT LE Receipts. 2. ink head; market steadv; natives, t.1 "off 5. So: cows and heifers. tl.&0tfj4 35; stockera and feetlers. t2 5fsri4 ii .HOGS Receipts. li.XV, head: market weak: liarht, t4d;i4.ti: medium and heavy. tl.751f 4i. j HHEKP AN1 LAMB8-Pe, elpts, S.13U lean; murast sieaay; iambs, (,.,ni. Man I lr Mve lorU Market. SIOI X CITV. In , Feb :.-(Hpeclal Tele, gram. ) CATTLE Receipts. H60 head. Mar ket about steady; beeves. M.tftfja.Zh; cows, hulls and mixed. fci.tfiO3.S0; stockers and feeders. t-.754i3.7il; calves anil yearlings, Ii.-.'i(3 &n. HOOS-Recelpts. 4 ihi hend Market strong, selling at tl.tVl 4 70; bulk, It.ii'ul.tf. stock In Mght. Receipts of live stock nt the six principal western markets veaterdav: v at t le, H05S. rJheep. 4a 4, tioO 4.0iai 7,oa 41x1 tfino 1.000 .3SK L'.l.V, 31.0U0 15.i1 8J.7S5 ai,7H3 South Omuha Sioux City .... Kansas fitv . tvVl 4.700 2.500 2.1 tiS 10, COO 23.218 St. Louis Pt. Joseph .... Chicago Totals -. Metal Market. NEW YORK. Feb. 2 M ETA L8 Thera was quite a sever break In the London tin market, which closed at ill 50 Ka for spot nnd 41120 15a for futures. The local market. Influenced by the foreign weakness was also easier, with spot closing at tS9 Si.'Ju. the outside price being more or less nominal. Copper was lower abroad, with spot finally quoted at 47 12s Ad and futures at 67 18a M Locally the market waa without change. Demand la quiet at the moment, but producer are stiil firm In their view. I-flUe la held at 115. ty. electro lytic at tft.37Vdls 50 and casting at 16 IS 25. lead was unchanged at 4.12 15a in the English market. Ixically the market la un settled for the moment by temporary con ditions and ruled firmer with spot quoted at 14 4ir4 On The local market Is said lo be practically bare of supplies for the moment owing largely to recent trouble with trans portation facilities. Hpelter waa unchanged In Indnn, closing at 24 15s. Ixically the market la easier, with spot clottng at t.15 (rril 2V Iron closed at 53s Hd In iiltj('iw and at 47s tl In Mlddiesbnrough. Ixically the market is unchanged. No. f foundrv. north ern, quoted at tl7 M4il7 US: No. 2 foutirt-y, northern, at tl7.50: No. 1 southern and No. 1 southern, soft, st tl7.7Rl Oil. HT. MiFIS, Feb. 2. M CTAI.H I-ad, dull, t4H5 Spelter, weik. Won. asked. Wool Market. BOSTON. Feb. 2 WOOL The exceed ingly amall stock on hand prevent any thing but fl moderate business In th wool market. Manufacturer have much expec tation as to a fovorable condition of the markot in th future. They are disposed to purchase anything they can use without especial reference to the price. Territory wools are moderately active and firm.' Pulled wool art quiet Foreign grades are firm. Quotations In thi market are about aa follows: Territory: Idsho. fine, lu lkc; havy fine. lfl7o; fine medium. lk'i.'i lie-; medium. 22ti'-'!c; low niadium. 23'Jilc. Wyoming fine, l74xlSV: heavy fine, IV' lav-: tine medium. KSiilUijc; medium. Hit 24c; low medium. 23i24o. 1 tnh and Nevada, line. 174 lac: heavy fine. UtjlKc; fine medium, ITVajjlSc; medium, 22fi23e; low medium, 2-'S'M 24c. Dakota, fine, lt'criac: fine medium lfc'11 lte; medium. 2$J4o; low medium. JMi: Montana, tin choice. ilJiCJc: fine average, lViiJK'; fine medium choice. 21i22c: average. Ilefjliuc; staple, :tc-; medium rhulte, 22'i 25c BT. IXFI8. Feb. 3.-WOOL Dull : me. dlum grades, comhltig and clothing. 21& 'c: light fine 18i22c; heavy fine, I4til7c; tub washed. 27HV41. Oils and Roala. NEW YORK. Feb. 1-OILB-Cottunseed, barely ateady; prime crude, nominal: yel low, 24V4526c. Petroleum, steady: refined. New York. 17.26; Philadelphia and Balti more. 17. S: In bulk, t4.30. Turpentine, steady 56VIJ5SC. RogIN Quiet; strained, common t0 good, t.k7W. OIL CITY, Feb. S.-OII.B-Oredlt Ijalitnte. tl , certlfi, utes, no bid; shipments Febru ary 1, litt bbls : l utis Jaiiuury 31. 1.T.M77 bbls ; average, 07.747 bbls. ; KhlpinenLs. Lima. Ztt.WJ bbls.; 1 una, Lima. lol.l4 bids.; aver age. M.li bbls. Coffee Market. NEAV YORK. Feb. . 4"OFFEE Msrket for futures opened steady at unchanged prleea to an advance of h points under a 1 onUniisnoe of tiie coverii g and fresh helv ing rioted yesterday The close was steady at a net decline of Mllu points Ha lea wrr teuorted of il(li bass Including U . , " liaai 2"c. May al ;.4fgT Sum.-, July at 1 Svii 7 ."e. IJepte-r her at 7v..T .C. . a.i.l liMernh-r at l.i""ivl'f. moo! rte.i.i ; Nrt. i Km. ft-lw. Inir'un Financial. l.ilXlHi.V, V l, . M 4. i I i f .od I'eir i i the ni.trket umiy In- pa:iint oi ,he vide 'la oi iic jap.iri'iir ii.n in .tal'iin nt In. ii iha Htiik nf Knc'an ' re dncd sunj ltis and i ons.-mient iilscotints hsrde-ed Tradit a on the es. hanae as irenerahv mill ;n tl ' il areiess. cois na leai-ltMl adlfht'v .tlltl iiom lulls w"-f diS--plelteil rn di:ii'ioln:i-.a tra Pic tenirne. Amern siis op. i.eu w.-ik a-nl irri g liar and grew flriner wrtthmit null h me m-ei. Phil adelphia snd Iti luting bed , s it..iiM n ceptlon: thev closed tiil.-t l-V elam-ts ware fairly hnn. ' Imiwrtsl Jap.ireae government ajs of acre n.uilej at JlV M'HI.IV. Feb - - The tnnl 'is In must tlepartments rf the Hours- tod ty cn ipiiet. FA Hit. Feb I-Tht- fn- en Ihe Hourss todsv was stmiia t heciighout th an ii'iiincrrncnt of the death ef Henri Uermsin. predrnt of the board of director of Ihe Ciedtt i.)oni:as. h iving no Ii Pue i on the trading. " At the clone i'.e murk t ".is tlrm. Hiiaslsn impt rial 4s were am'tr.' nt s He an I lliia.-mn bonds of lsl at V.' Tin'- private late if d. sen Hit was ; MS t I c-rt ntar and Molnsaea. Ni;Y VOI1X, Feb. .'. - PC ". A 11 R.i w. onlet; f:.ir refining. 4';-: i-rtrlf ign'. terd. oV1: mclaspes supar. 44r. Ketlne.l s'sd.v ; No t, . No i. .V.'iV. No. a. 5 4V: No. 9. , No. lo. Sic: No. 11. i Jcc: No 1-, Slac- No. F. V" 11. tc: onfectlorer A. t-: m oild A. :,,; -I loaf. ..V, crusted, fi V.t : pow I'.-rctl. ' -'V-. gi a'liilsied. .1!h cllhe H 4' '-. Mi iLAdSKS- 'juii t . New ot'etitis. open kett e iui I , -ho'ce. "t''i:-"e NEW (itl KANH. Feb 1 --SI'OAR -Jii'et: open k' fle. -l4aT4V.e: ,.p keitls t entrtfiip-l 4,-. c.e,iefcgHl whites. M-e; clows. 4,7 :.,: sf?rd. 34'1Sc. M'll.ASIKf -tjiiiet: on keirle. 11 c.'-ie; cenirifug.il. Ttllt.. . !4vmp. steadv . :ti:r. Rank nf Pnslaml Mtltmral, LtiXIuiN. Feb ? -The w-eekl af.itemeit of the Hank of Knfrliml shows ihe fuM "V lug changes Tot -.1 M . serve, ii . re.ia-. tni . : circnlatioti. Increise. a;17:'.".vi. bullion, ini-reae. il .In". 4:7: other securities, in cieas. l7l7.iiro: other deinpU. Inerensr. t :l..'4i"..iir); public drpcslts. deir-nst. lll.Ml !; note reserve. i".c-ease. l.afi! .!: gov ernment sctnritits tln-reasc Ah'i.'K' Tha picoortlo'i of 'he hank's reserve to liability this week Ii rt'i per c-nt. I.at week It was in. 4.1 prr cent. Irensnra Statement. WASHINGTON. Fe'v 2-Tedy's slataw mint of tin tre.'-iiry h.ilanies in tpf gen eral flind. CXi'li live of t,lc ri.V'.O"! gild II1- serve in the division of redemption, shows: Av.il-d.le cash balance ti .32l.'.li; g dd. til.:ii7.4iir.. Ilnnk 4 learlnaa. 1 iM A 11 A. Feb :-.-The bai.k e'earit.ga for Tliiirsilav wire fl.lSr..702.7. For the mmo llltv liist'veitr thee were 1.ri.V!t REAL KIT Yl'K TH WSFr-R.. Heeds lllcd for I coord February il. aa fur nished by the Midland ouamntee and Tt list company, Imnneil aostmc ter, .114 Farnam siiaet, for The llee; Mary Marrett to K. Hohmult. lot 1, block S, Florence t 3U1 Cltv of Omaha to Charlotte C. Mc Donald. 7-foot strip of alley adjoin ing lot V and 10. Crescent park on north 1 Same to Charles U. Mt Iuiald. 74-foot strip of ulley adjoining lota 11 mid 12, In Crest ent park on north 4 Anna Kuhti to J. H. I.etilhan. lot 17. (emu ha MtillditiK and Loan Ai-soila-tlon addition 1,200 T. K. Knight nnd wife to Flou nce V. Craig, lot 12. block 2. Lake Vb w i Sheriff to T. C. Kennedy, lots 7 and 8, block 3. Clifton Mill l. A. L. Rerd ct al to Elisabeth M. Shahati. lot 17. block 2, Heed's 5th addition t ICllxaboth M. Shahan lo the Ryron Reed compuny. same " I Klixaliotli M, Hostner lo F. W. Fogg, lot is ami ni lot 1. block X Ames Place 125 C. II. Mrnwn to E. V. Ilnmin. ei- lots 1 and i, block 9. Parke s add., except eouth 'i feet of said aij i H. L. Uoolil and wife to Omaha Na tional bank, north 2D feel of lot 2, block 6, Patrick Hdd l.notJ Jessie V. Flannlgan et al to A. A. Mr. Clair, n 4 of lots i, 6. 7 ami S. block 2. I'leasant Hill 75 S. I. Hangs nnd wife to Hastings & Heyden. lot s. block 13. and lots 9 and In. block 10 Summit add V0 Omaha Realty company to J. F. Miller, part lot 54 and part lot hi. H. K, lios-ers' Okahoma, and part of lot 21, J. K. Riley sub t.7i0 (Incorporated ) nalo Offica: Fifth nnd Roberta Straett ST. PAUL, nilNN. DEALERS IN Stocks, Grain, Provisions Ship Your Grain to Us raaek Orflee, 110-111 Board at Treats Blda-.. Omaha, finh. Telephone 8St4. D2-214 Exchange Bide.. South Omaha. Bell 'Phone Jl InAsiaendatit "Phone k JRAILWAY TIME CARD 1 MO sTATIO.WI'EJTH AMI M4RCV, I nliin I'arlrlr. Leave. Arrive. Overland Limited u H 4n am a : pm Colorado & Cal. K a 4 :10 pm a 9:30 am Cal. & Oregon Ex a4:20pm a 5:10 pm North Pialte lineal a 7:50 am a IM pm Fast Mall .1 .a S 50 am a t:2rt pm Colorudo Special u 7:45 am a 7:40 am Beatrice Local b 4 Jo pm b 1:30 pm Hvabaah. Bt. Louts Express fit. 1-OlllS I.Ceal (fl'Otll Council Rluffsi :: prn 8:20 am 10:30 pm ' 2:) pm a 7:15 am a 7 e5 pm al'i iO am a 3:;to pm 15 am Shenandoah Local (ironi Council muffs I 5:45 m CklefO (ral Westera. Paul Minn. ........a 8:30 pm Hi. Paul & Minn. . . a 1 : 4u am . .a 5:0) pm ..a 6 : 115 am 1 Chicago Limited I Chicago Kxpresa Chicago. Rock Island at Pad do. EAST. Chicago Limited a 8:7x5 am Chicago Daylight Local b 7:00 ant Chicago Kxpress I1 1 15 am a 7:10 am a B:6a pm a 5:15 pm De Moines Kxpiess. . .it 4::vo pm on .iii am Chicago Fast Expt e. a 5:40 pm a 1:20 put w r-s 1. Rnckv Mountain L t d. a 7:2) am Lincoln. Den. .A West, .a 1 :3 pm Oklahoma A Tex. Ex.. a 4:13 pm a 3 50 pm a :Oa pm al2:40 pm ( hlt-aoo ort lira ester n. ! I-ocal Chlc.igo -..alLltoam Mall 11 t:10 pm I Daylight St. Paul .tt7:niiani i DayliKhl chlcugo a S:n0 nm Limited Chicago. ...... a.8 p;n ' T.ocal Carroll a 4:00 pm . .K to am 11 :5o pin IJ:i0 pm j Ji:15 ant . I':30 am 7 i". am a S..11 ani SrSii am a :45 pm 10.35 am ju aii am e tVlfi pm 6:15 pm . 5:15 pill a : a in a 5:i pm Faat St. Paul a s:15 pm. Local Sioux C. tic St. P..b 4:i0 pm Fast Mail .'hlcago Express a 0:50 pm Norfolk & Iioiienteel a ' In urn Lincoln A Long Pine b 7rtUam Casper & Wyoming1 d 2:50 pm Deal wood A Lincoln. . .a 2:10 pm lltistings-Alhlon b 2:90 pm Missouri PuclAc. Ht. louls Express ... .. a fi.30 am K. C. & St. I Ex....'...all:15 pm llllaols 4 entral. . .. Chicago Express Chlcaao liultiKl am a 10: 115 pm a S:io ant hlo::& pm a :' pm .jo pin Minn. & St. Paul Ex . . b 7:2 tun Minn, ati St. Paul L t d. .a 7 5 pm i'klrsss, Milstaake at Chlctgti Duyllght Ex.. .a 7 Kt. Paal. 55 am- all:01) pni Caltroi-ttla-Oregun Ex. . .a 1 lj pm a I lo pin Ovetiand limited 11 t:tu pni a 7-16 am ix a M. A Okuboji Ex .a 7:55 a ua a t U pm III Rl.lGTO m i l lOV-lOl ll at V4III1I BarllaajloM. 1fava, Ienver 4V California. ...a t:Ml pm Noithwrst Kxpress a 11. Jo pni Nebraska pi. Ini a (:50 am Lincoln Fast Mail I 2:1.7 pm Ft. Crook at Plattsiu'th.h 2 52 pin Hellevue aV Plattsm'th.a 7:50 pm Hellevue A Pac. June. .a 3:30 am Hellevue 4 Pac. June. .a12:15 pm Denver IJnilted Chicago Soeclal a :' am Chicago Express a 4 00 pm Chicago Flyer a t To pm Iowa Local ..a i IS am St. lxiuis Express a 4:2i pni Kansas City & Ht. Jne..al0.45 pm K:tnsaa City 4k Si, Joe. .a M 15 am Kansas City i St. Juc.a 4:. 5 pm Arrive. I 1: pill a .os pm a 7:4 pni al:':"G pm a li':2.i am b t:32 am a (:5S am a'i:'pm a 7:2u am all .oO pm all 4o am a Hi aim a t:oi J til A KBMTER IIP. POT I HTM at UKH4IKH MIoarl I'aciae. Leui Arrive. Nebtaska Ixal, via Weeping ater .... Chicago, at. Paal Oaths. Twin City Passenger. b 4 50 pm hll lOam Mlaaeapolla at t am ' ti pm h 1 10 pm all :vo am Sioux City Paaseugeri Oukland laical A tUilIt . Ii daily ex "y pm b 10 sin Vjiidav d dalla; tveept rjuiurds). dai -pi aionuajii L ua..JtuI -1