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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. WEDNESDAY , OCT01MI 10 , 18 1
FINANCE AND COMMERCE ,
FINANCIAJi.
NEW YonK. October 18.
MOJJET.
Money closed at 3 ® < percent and the
rate at no time to-day wai higher than G
per cent.
Exchange closed firmer at 4 81 ® 1 85.
A OOVKHNMKNTS.
Governments closed firm ,
Currency G's \ r 0 bid
4 coupons ; l irJ , bid
4Vg coupons. . . , . 113 bid
Gji continued l OOJ bid
.5 a continued l 00J bid
IIAIMIOAII IlO.NDH.
Pacifio railroad bonds closed M follows :
Union land grants 113 @ 1 141
( Sinking funds 1 21 bid
Centrals 114J bid.
STOCKS ,
The stock market to-day was less active
than for some time past. With the
exception of a few light upward turna
pricoi wcro weak and at a decline
throughout of i@2J per centof yesterday's
closing quotations. Vanderbllt's shares
C. , B. Ac Q. and C. , C. , C. & I.wcrejespec-
ally pressed for sale and declined sharply.
In express stock , Adams , which yesterday
.advanced to 156 , fell to-day to 150 , while
Wells , Fargo k Co. advanced from 2J per
cent to 135J.
The following are the closing bids :
A&TH 52 Mich Cent . . . . 88
Preferred. . . . 00 N.J.C 135 ?
C B It Q 153 Northwestern . .1221
B C R N. . . . 78i Preferred . . . .130
CO&IC 20i Northern Pa. . . 38
Cedar 23f Preferred. . . . V8J
Oregon Nav. . . . 157
* fl = * * * % CCC&I Omaha 401
Central Pa. . . . no Preferred. . . . 101J
D&RG I'D&E 39 |
DL& W Pacific Mall. . . . 40
Erie 433 Hock Island. . . . 133
Preferred. . . . 44 : StPaul 107 |
Adams 150 Preferred. . , . 120
Wells & Fargo. 134 StPM &M..103
American 03 San Francisco. . 43V
United St.itcs. . 71 Preferred. . . . G'JJ '
H&StJ UGJ Idt preferred..l05J
Preferred. . . . 11 * Te < Pac 51
111 Cent 129 | TD& U 21
IBS W 41 Union Pacific. . 11SJ
K&T 395 Wnbdsh . . . . 43
LS 117 ? Preferred. . . . 885
MLS&W. . . . 49 W U ; . . 85i
lloPoc 1048
IIININO STOCKS.
Following are the closing sales of
mining stocks at the New York mining
exchange :
Cent Arizona. .160 Northern Bellell50
Best & Belchcrl212 ; Sierra Nov..1575
Mexican. . , . . . .987i Iron Silver 210
Con. Va 250 Itobinbon 1250
Imperial 21 Oriental & M. . . 84
Miner Boy 50 Sutro 145
Bradshaw 70 Union Con. . . . 1425
CHICAGO MONKV MAItKET.
CIIICAOO , October 18.
The demand for money continues active
and the amount of A 1 paper presented
absorbed all the funds the banks cared to
loan , All classes of borrowers were in at
tendance. Hates were firm and steady at
6@7 per cent for larre and 8 per cent for
small amounts. Eastern exchange between
city banks was quoted at SOc discount per
$1,000. The clearings of the associated
.banks were $8,200,000.
Omaha Wholesale Market-
OKFICF. ov THE OMAHA BRE , )
Tuesday Evening , putober 18 , J
There was a general dropping off in
prices of grain again to-day. Wheat de
clined about 2c. Barley declined 2c. Rye ,
unchanged. Corn , about lo lower. Oats
declined Ic. Provisions , quiet. Apples
advanced"2o@50o per barrel. Eggs , very
.firm , but quotations unchanged.
Local Grain Dealings.
\VHEAT.-Cosh Na'2,11GJ ; cash
No. 8.1 03 : rejected 2ic.
BARLEY. Cash No 2 , 95c ; No. 8 ,
.SOc.
.SOc.RYE.Cash , 91c.
CORN. Cash No. 2 , 40 0.
OATS. Cash. 3 Hr.
Livestock.
AT OMAHA BT6CK TAIID3.
Cattle Good shipping , § 4 00 ; fat cows
and heifers. S3 75@3 00.
Hogs Mixed packing , $ G 00@G 45.
Sheep Slaughtering in demand at 83 00
@ 3 75 per 100 Ibs gross.
Provlsloni.
FLOUR Spring wheat , straight grade ,
$325@375 ; patent , 83 75@4 50 ; winter
wheat straight grade S3 83@4 25 ; patent ,
54 50@4 90 ; graham rye , 82 75 ; Wheat ,
\ S3 00.
RYE FLOUR $3 25.
MILLSTUFFS Bran , per cwt. OOc ;
screenings , per cwt. SOc ; shorts , per
cwt 1.00 ; chopped feed , per cwt. 1 20 ; meal
bolted , yellow. 1 40 ; white. SI 75.
POTATOES In car lots , 100@1 03 ;
Salt Lakes , 1 25@1 3T > .
SWEET POTATOES-Genuine Jer
sey , 5c per lb. , very active at 5@Co per
pound. ,
POULTRY Live chickens per dozen ,
52 50@2 75.
PRAIRIE CHICKENS S3 50@3 00 ,
per dozen.
WILD GEESE-2 753 50.
WILD DUCKS-1 50@2 00.
EGGS Firm ; 18@20c.
BUTTER Choice scarceat20@30poor ; ,
no market ; creamery , 30@33c.
APPLES Good , sound , very scarce
at 84 75@5 23 per bbl.
HONEY California white clover ir
comb , 24@23c.
LEMONS Steady ; per box , S10 00 ;
Finest Messina oranges 88 00 repacked.
PEACHES SI 35per basket.
CALIFORNIA PEAKS Per box , S350
( 4 00.
BEESWAX Yellow , 1820c.
ONIONS-1 50@1 GO perbi
CABBAGE SI 00@2 00 per dozen , aa
RAX 'jERRIES-Per bbl. , $3 00 ®
S 50.
50.CKLERY Per doz. , GOc.
Grocers List.
COFFEE. Rio , fair. 13Ac : IHo , good ,
14cIUo ; , prime to choice , 14jc ; Old gov't
Java ; 2UJ@28ic , Mocha , 28Jc ; Arbuckle's ,
17jc.TEAS.
TEAS. Gunpowder , good , 45@55c ;
Choice , G0@75c ; Imperial , good , 40@45cj
Choice , G0s75c ( ; Young Hyson , good , 80(5) ( )
50c - - ; choice - , G5c@81 . 00 ; Japan . , lat _ . . _ Leaf ,
0(1
(
_ bong ,
eood. 35(2i40c ( ; choice. 35(2)45c. ( )
SUGARS. Cut loaf , lljc : Crusheil ,
llje ; Granulate < l , lie ; Powdered , lljc
_
- , . * * i * * u _ . CIA i. J n.rtf * A
SYRUPS. Sugar house , bbls , 50c : hal !
bis , 52c ; kegs , 4J gallons , 82 50 ; choice
table syrup , 50c ; halfbblg , 53c ; kegs , 32 50 ,
SPICES. Pepper , 20 ; Allspice , 20 ;
Cloves , 45o ; Nutuiescs , ? 100 : Cassia , 25c ]
Mace $1 00.
SODA. Dwlght'a lb papers , S3 00 ; D *
land do , 83 00 ; Church's , $3 00 ; Keg toda ,
STARCH. Pearl , 4Jc : Silver Gloss , 8J
@ 8Jc ; Corn Starch , 8J@ac ; ExccUloi
Clous. 7c ; Corn , 7jc.
SALT.-Dray loadg. per bbl , 195 ; Ash
ton , In sacks , 3 50 ; bbls dairy GO , 5 * . 3 45
bbls dalrv , 100. 3 * . 3 G5.
DRIED FRUITS Choice lialves
peaches , new crop , lOc ; Evaporated A pnle-
6 lb boxes , 1314c ; Michigan , 8Jc ; Iev
York apples , 8Jo ! Prunes , old , 75o ; new
8io ; Currants , 7@7ic ; lilackberriea , new ,
CHEESE Full Cream , 15c ; Par
Sklan , Itlo.
WOODKNWARK-Two hoop pull' ,
1 95 ; three host ) palls 2 M ; No. 1 tub * ,
9 50 ; No. 2 tubs , . 8 50 ; No. 3 tubs 7 50 ;
pioneer washboards , 1 83 ; Double Crown ,
XOO ; Well buckets 323.
LUAD-Bar , 81 03.
SIATCHKS Per caddie. 90c ; ronnd
ie1' , S7.03 ; square ca es S.i.10 ,
PUOVISrOiVS-BreakfMt bacon. 14o.
oholco lard , 13Jc ; dried beef , 14 Jc ; ohimld-
ers , canvassed 9c ; hnms , canvassed 14c ;
bacon , sides lIUo
NiWPICKrES-Medinm : , In barrels
SO 50 ; do in half bbls , 5 23 ; siimUs , In bbl- ,
1150 ; do , in half bbls , 075 ; gherkins , in
bbls 13 00 ; do , in half bbls 7 00.
VINKGAK Pure apple extra , ICc ;
pure apple. 13c ; Pruning pure apple , lOc.
HOMIN Y-Now , $0 00 per hbl.
BEANS-Medimn , hand picked $3 75
per bmhcl.
ROPISiial , J Inch and larger , 9.Jc ; 1
inch , 93c : 1 inch , lOlt.
SOAPS Klrk'aSavon Imperial , SCO ;
Kirk's .satinet. 3 GO ; Kirk's standard , 3 50 ;
Kirk's white Russian , 5 50 : Kirk's Entoca ,
2 23 : Kirk's Prairie Queen , (100 ( eakca ) , 3
10 ; Kirk's magnolia , 4 80.
CANDLES Boxen , 40 lb-s 10 oz , 8s ,
lGcbnxcvl01bs ; , , IGoz. , Gi. IGc.
LYE American , 8 40 ; Greenwich. 310 :
Western , 2 75 ; North Star , 2 50 ; Lewis'
lye , 4 GO ) Jewell lye , 275.
POTASH Pennsylvania cani , 4 doz. ,
in caio , 3 X > \ Babbitt's Ball , 2 doIn case ;
11)0 ) ; Anchor Ball 2 doz in cose , 1 50.
.FIELD SEED Red clover , choice
new , SGOO per bushel ; mammoth clover
new , ? 7 00 ; while clover , new , $1100
at alfa clover , now , $12 50 ; alslkc , now ;
$1300. Timothy , good , new , S3 00 ;
blue grass extra clean , $1 50 ; blue eras * ,
clean , § 1 25 ; orchard Brass 82 50 : red top ,
choice , 1 03 ; millet , common or Missouri ,
SOc ; millet , German , $100 to 8125 ;
Hungarian , SOc.
HEDGKSEED-Osago orange , 1 to 5
bushels , $5 00 ; o ago orange , 10 bushels or
over , 54 50 ; honey locust , per lb. , 35c ; per
100 Ibs. . $25 00.
FISH-Famlly white fuh , 90 lb hf bbls ,
S3 75 ; No , 1 white fish , 00 lb hf bbls , G 30 ;
No. 1 white fish , in 10 lb kits , 1 00 | family
10 lb kits , 75c ; Now Upland herring , per
keg , 13. > ; Russian BardincH , 75c ; Colum
bia river nalmon , per lOOllw , 8 00 ; George's
Bank codfish , Go ; Gen. boneless codlish ;
Sic ; boneless fish , 43c.
MACKEREL Half bbls mess mackerel ,
100 Ibs , S1250 ; hfbbl No. lex shore do ,
100 Ibs , G 00 ; hf bbls , fat family do , 100
Ibs , 383 ; mess mackerel , 12 lb kits , 225 ;
No. 1 ex shore , 12 lb do , 1 50 ; No. 1 shore ,
12 lb do , 1 00 ; fat family , 10 lb do , 7oo.
CANNED GOODS Oysters , 2 lb
( Field's ) , per case , 84 20 ; do 1 lb ( Field's ) ,
er case , 2 50 : do 2 lt > ( Standard ) , per case ,
00 ; do 1 lb ( standard ) , per case , 2 50 ; do
lb ( slack ) , per cose , 2 75 ; do 1 lb ( slack ) ,
or case , 200. Onions , 380. Salmon , 1
3 , per dozen , 1 G0@l 70 ; do21b , per dozen
55. Sardines , small fsh , imported , one
narter boxes per box , 14Jc ; American ,
tarter boxes per box , lie ; do half boxen ,
er box , 21 Jc. Lobitcrs , 1 lb per dozen ,
80. Tomatoc . 230 ; , do 3 It per
aso , 310 ; Com , 2 lb ( Mountain )
er , case , 3 70 ; soaked corn , 210 ; do
lb ( Yarmouth ) , per ca".c , 375 ;
ring beans , per case , 2 25 ; Lima bcana
er case. 2 20. Succotash per case , 225. _
cas , common , per case , 2 OOj peas , choice ,
er case , 4 50. Blackberries , 2lb , per case ,
80 ; strawberries , 2 lb , per case , 2 73s
aspbcrrioa. 2 lb , per case , 2 753 00.
) anisons , 2 lb , per cose , 2 45. Bartlett
ears per cose , 30o@100. Whortlebcr-
es per case , 2 80. Egg plums , 2 lb per
se , 3 50 : do , choice , 2 lb , per case. 4 50.
r en gages,2 lb per case , 3 50 : do choice , "
j per case,4 50. Pine Apples , 2 lb , per case ,
00@5 75. Peaches , 2.1b per cose , 3 10 :
o 3 lb , case , G 00@G 50 ; do , ( pie ) , 3 lb , per
ose,3 85 ; do pie , G lb , per dozen , 3 50.
RICE Carolina , ! 8@SJc ; Louioiana , 7J
? 8Jc.
PEANUTS Roasted , choice , red Ten-
essce , 9c per lb ; fancy white , lOc per lb ;
vv white Virginia raw , lOc ; roasted ,
lie.
Dry Goods
BROWN COTTONS. Buckeye L L
ian Head 74c ; Lawrence LL , Gjfc ; Ports ; ,
louth P , ' do , 4lc ; Utica C 5Jc ; Wlnthrop
i , do , 72c : Wachusetts 7ic.
BLEACHED COTTONS Altoona 3-4
: ; Auburn A 4-4 SicjJBallardvale 4-4
jo ; Dairy Cloth 5Jc ; 'Fairmont 4-4 OJc ;
ruit 4-4 10 } ; Hone 4-4,8c ; Lonsdale 4-4
ic ; .New York Mills 4-4 13o ; Pocassett C
-4 8)ic. ) Wamsutta. 4-4 13c.
PRINTS. Allen's fancy , GJc ; Ameri
can do , Gtc ; Arnold's , do , 7c ; American
oGcBerlm ; solid colorsGc.ConestogadoGic
> ochico robe , 7c ; Freeman robe , Gc ;
3unnell do , 7c ; Eddystone do Gc ;
larmony , 5 Jc ; HartelGJc ; Knickerbocker ,
Jc ; Gloucester do , GJc ; Hamilton , GJc ?
lamilton do , 7c ; Marlboro do , 5Jc ; South-
ridge do. 5 c ; Sprogno do , 5Jc ; Simp-
on' solid black , G c ; Simpson's mourning ,
c. Southbridge do , Gic ; llegatta do , 5Jc ;
pacific do 7c ; Sprogue do , GJc ,
klanchester , 7c ; Pacific , 7c ; Sprague ;
Jc ; Southbridge , G\c ; Mystic , GJc : Merri-
nack shirting , Gc ; Washington oil colors ,
CAMBRICS Garner , 5c ; Harmony B ,
ic ; Hooksett , 5c ; Keystone Glove Pinish ,
ijc ; Washington , 5c.
CORSET JEANS Androscoggin sateen -
_ een , 8Jo : Lockwood do. 9o ; Naumkcag
[ o. , 81c ; Rockport , 7Jo.
TICKING Amoskeag- . C. A. , 17jc ;
Vlbany S. A. X. . 17Jc ; Cordis A C. E. ,
7Jc ; CordiH , B. B , , 9Jc ; Conestoga , R.C. ,
lcdStripolGJc ; Conestoga , 0. C. A. , fan-
jy , 14c ; ConeHtoga , 1,0. 0. A. , 14c ; Cones-
oga , 4-4 , Gold Mo IGc ; Conestoga ,
17llc ; Eoston , B. , flic ; Hamilton , D. , llj ;
lamilton regulart 13Jc ; Hamilton H. ,
IJc ; Omegasuenor ] ) extra , 27c ; Omega
medal , 25c ; Omega A CA , fancy stripe ,
18c ; Omega A 4-4 , IGc ; Omega A i , 13 ;
'earl River , IGJc ; Shetucket , S. , lOJc ;
Shetucket , S. S. , 1-c ;
OIL CLOTH 5-4 wood , S3 00 ; 5-4
ancy marble , S3 00 ; 5-4 white marble ,
S2 85 ; G 4 wood , § 3 GO ; 6-1 fancy marble ,
$4 00 ; G-4 white marble , S3 85 ; 5-4 mo-
fiaic , S3 00 ; G-4 mosaic , § 4 00.
DENINS Amoflkeag blue and brown ,
LGc ; Beaver Creek , A. A. , blue and brown ,
I4jc ; Beaver Creek , B. B.bluo and brown.
[ 3Jc ; Beaver Creek , O. C , , blue and
jrown , 12Jc ; Everett I ) , D. , blue and
irown , 154 ; Haymakers blue and brown ,
9cOtis ; , A. X. A. , blue , IBc ; Otis B. B.
) luo , 14 ; Otis 0. C. , blue , 13c ; Pearl
[ liver blue and brown , 15Jc.
13Jc ; Boston O. H.bro. , lOJc ; Boiton XX ,
bro. , 12Jc ; Bidtinrck stripe , 17Jc ; Boston
stripe * , KUc ; Dundee etripcs , 18c ; Fall
River , lljc ; Hamden 0. O. , lOJc ; Lion
Blue , lOJc.
STRIPES American , lOc ; Amoskcag ,
Hie ; Dexter A. , 14e ; Mechanics , 8c ]
Omega , Ho ; OtUB.B.,10c ; Pittsfi ld , 7q
Uncasville , 9@9ic.
COTTONADES Angora. D. & T. , 25o ]
A. Y. A. , 2floBell ; , 18c ; Bridgewater , 19c ;
Capitol , 18c ; Charter Oak. 18c ; Everett ,
heavy , 20c ; Everett , medium , 15c ; Farm'
er's 22Jc ; Lewiston 10 oz. , 25c ; NewYo.l
mills checks 18 ; New York mills proof r ,
22Jc ; Wicklow,18Jc ; Union. Pacific , 18c :
Whittendim , D. & T. , SOc ; York , lighl it
wek'ht , 12Jc.
SHEKTINGS Androscoggin.0-4browr
23o ; do 10-4 do , 2Gc ; Pepporoll's 0-4 brown
25c : do 10-4 do , 27Jc : Alexandria , 4 (
Inch , bleached , 13c ; Androscoggin 9-4
bleached , 2Gc ; do 10-4 , bleached , 29c
Pepperell , 9-4 , bleached , 25c ; do 10-
bleached , 27ic.
Druo ,
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS , Acid
Carbolic , 50c ; Acid , Tartaric , 55c : Balsan
Copabia. per lb , "Oc ; Bark , Sassafras , pe >
lb , 12o ; Calomel , per lb , 70c ; Cinchonldla
per oz , 75cj Chloroform , per lb. 90c
Dover's jniwderx , per lb , 81 40 ; Kpso'n
talta , per lb , 3Jcj Glycerine , pure , per 11
44c ; Lead , Acetate. per lb , 22c ; Ca
bon oil , 110 ° . per gallon , llje ; do 150 °
per gal. 13cj Oil , Castor , No. 1 , per gal
* 1 40 ; Oil , Castor , No.S.per gal.8130 ; Oil
Olive , per gal , 81 50 ; Oil , Origanum , 50
Opium , 8150 ; Quinine , 82 00 ; P. &W. & 1I
&H.KrozS200-Potaiiniuui ; , Iodide , per 11
82 , 50 ; Salacm , i > er oz , 35c ; Hiilphata c
Morphine , per oz , 83 05 ; Sulphur floui
per lb , 4c ; Strvclmlne. uer oz , $1 COc.
Horiei and Muei. |
Tlie market is brisk and all grades are
selling well at a slight advance in niice.s.
The deniAnd for rood homes ctceeds the
supply considerably. Prices range as fol
lows :
Fine single driver * , 8150. to 300. ; Extra
draft horsen , 8175. to 2i" ) . { Common itrait
horses , 8100. to 150. : Kxtra farm horses ,
SllO. to 123. ; Common to peed farm horses
S90. to 8100. ; Extra plugs 8 < JO. to 75. ;
Common plugs , 820. to $ 10.
MULiS. : 15 to 15J hands ( extra ) , $125.
to 150. ; 14i to 15 hands , 3100. to 140. ;
11 to 14J hands 875. to 100. ; 13J to 14
hands. 800. to 75
Hldct , Mir. , Etc.
HIDES Green butcher's hide , 7igreen ;
cured hides. 8c ; green salt , p rV cured
hides 8@8ic ; dry flint , found , 13@14c ; dry
calf and kip , 12@13c ; dry salt hidessound ,
ll@12c ; creon calf. wt. 8 In 15Ibs. . 10@llc ;
green calf , wt , under 8 HH , per skin , 50c ;
reen pelts , 8100@113 ; green lamb Kkins ,
§ 110123 ; damaged hides , two-third r.vo ,
( cut scored and one urttb , classed two'
GOc ; No. 2'JSc. Skunk , No. 1 , black ,
GTic ; shnrt stritw , 40o- narrow stripe 'i > c ;
broad stripe , lOc. 'rnllow , BJ. k
Wool.
Merino unwashed , light , 14@lGc ; heavy ,
13l5c ; medium unwashed , light , 1820c ;
tub-washed , choice , 32c : fair , 30c ; dingy
and w. , 28c ; hurry , black and cottod wools
2@Uc less
Lumber.
FENCING-NO , i , 12 to co ft , SM oo ;
No. 2 , 12 to 20 ft. , Ill 00 ; sheeting dre.iscd ,
No. 1 , 18 00 ; No. 2 , 10 00 ; common boards ,
dressed. 20 00.
FRAMING 10 ft. and under , per M ,
20 00 ; 10 ft. studding , 22 00 ; 22 ft. 22 00 ;
24 ft. 2500.
FINISHING No. 1. finish 11 , li and
2 Inch , 850 00 No. 1 finish 1 inch S45 00 ;
No. 2 , finish lj , 1 } and 2 Inch , 815 00 : No.
2 finish , 1 inch , 8 JO 00 ; No , 3 finish , 1 inch ,
83300 ; O. G. buttons per 100 feet lin. ,
8100 ; well curbing , 82200 ? rough i and 2
Inch battens per 100 fc t HP. . 50c.
STOCK BO ARDS-A stock , 840 00 ; B
835 00 ; C , 830 00 ; common stock , 822 50.
FLOORING No. 1 , $40 00 ; No. 2 ,
J35 00 ; No , 8 , 822 00 ; yellow pine , No. 1 ,
84000.
SIDING No. 1 , $24 00 ; No. 2 , 822 00 ;
N > . 3 , 81800.
SHIP LAP-Plaln , | 22 00 ; 0. G. No. 1 ,
$32 00 ; No. 2 , 822 00.
CEILING 824 00@$37 00.
LATH AND SUING LES-A starbest ( )
fWnKles. 83 83 , No. 2 , 82 50 ; No. 3 , 82 00.
Lath , 83 50.
Building Material.
LIME Per barrel , 81 35 ; bulk per bit. ,
35c. Cement , bbl , 82 50. Iowa plaster.
bbl , 82 50. Hair per bu. 35c. Tarred
felt 100 Ibs , 83 50. Straw board , $4 00.
PAPER Stiav paper , 3i'c ; rag paper ,
4c ; dry goods paper , 7c ; maulla paper , lOc ;
news paper , So
COAL Cumberland blacksmith , 812 ;
Morris Run Blossburg , 812 ; Whitebreast
lump , 86 ; Whitebrcast nut , SO ; Iowa
lump , 50 : Iowa nut $ G ; Rock Springs , $8 ;
Anthracite , alt flize-s 812 50.
Heavy Hardware Lilt.
Iron , rates , 83 30 : 'plow steel , cast , 7Jc ;
cast tool doj 15@20 'wagon spokes , set.
2 23@3 00 ; hubs , per bet , 1 25 ; felloes , sawed
dry , 1 40 ; tongues , each , 70@S jyj > ios ,
each , 75c ; Equal o nuts , per lb , ( Topic ;
washers , per'lb , 8@18c ; rivets , j > er lb , lie ;
coil chain , per lb , G@12c ; malleable , 8c ;
iron wedges , Gc ; crowbars , Gc ; harrow
teeth , 4c ; horseshoes , per keg , 5 00 ; spring
steel. 78c.
NAILS 10 to 20d. 3 50 ; 8 to 10 , 3 G5 ;
Gd , 3 90 ; 4d , 4 15 ; 3d , common , 4 UO : 3d ,
fine , G 40 ; clinch , all sizes , 5 15 ; Gd , casing ,
4 G5 ; 8d casing , 4 4'i ' ; lOd casing , 4 15 ; lOd
finish , 4 05 ; Sd finish , 4 90 ; Gd finish , 5 15 ;
half kegs , lOc extra.
SHOT. Shot , S1.85 ; Buck shot , 82.10 ;
Oriental Powder , kegs , 86.40 ; do. , half
kegs , 83.48"do. ; , quarter kegs , S1.88 ; Blast
ing , kecs , $3.35 : Fuse , oer 100 feet SOc.
Paints Oils and Varnishes.
PAINTS IN OIL Wlilte lead , Omaha
P. P. , 7c ; white lead , O. P. k O. Co. , pure ,
Gc ; Marseilles green , 1 to 5 lb cans , 20c ;
French zinc , green seal. 12c ; French zinc ,
red seal , lie ; French zinc , in varnish nssi ,
20c ; French zince , in oil asst , > 15c ; Haw
and burnt umber , lib cans. 12c : 'raw and
burnt Sienna , 13c : Vandyke brown , 13- ;
vofincd lampblack , 12c ; coach black , l"c ;
i ory black , IGc ; drop black , IGc ; Prussian
blue , SOc ; ultramarine blue , 18c ; chrome
green , L. M. & D. , 14c ; blind and shutter
green , L. M. & D. , 14c ; Paris green. 18c ;
l"ilian red , IBc : Venetian red , 9c ; Tuscan
rwi. 22c ; American Vermiliod , I. &P. , 18c ;
chrome yellow , L. , M. , O. & D. O. , 18ci ;
yellow ochre , 9c ; golden ochre , 16 ; patent
Dryer , Gc ; graining colors : light oak. dnrli
oat , walnut , chestnut and ash 12c.
Dr ° alnts
vihitinjf comTI , lie ; li . . . .
town. 14c ; lampblack , ordinary , 8c ; Prus
sian nine , 45e ; ultramarine , 18c ; Vandyke ,
brown , So ; umber , burnt , 4e ; umber , raw ,
4c ; sienna , burnt , 4c ; sienna , raw , 4c
ParLf green genuine , 35o ; Paris green com I
25c ; chrome green , N. Y.1 20c ; chrom >
green 1C , 12c ; vermillion , Eng. , 70c ; vcr-
million1 , America , 18c ; Indian red , lOc ,
rose pink , 14c ; Venetian read , Cookson's
Ji'jc : Venetian red Am. , lc ; red lead , 7Jc ;
chrome yellow , genuine , 20c ; chrome yel
low , K. , 12c ; ochre , rochelle , 3c ; ochre ,
French , 22c ; - ochre , American , IJc ;
Winter's mineral. 2Jo ; lehigh brown. 2Jo :
Spanish brown. 2 c ; Prince's mineral So ;
VARNISHES Barrels per galldn.
Furniture , extra , 81 10 ; furniture , No. 1 ,
SI ; furniture , U. 85c ; coach , extra , SI 40 ;
Coach , No. 1 , SI 20 ; Damar , SI 50 ; Japan.
70c ; Muhaltum , 70c ; shellac , 83 50 ; hard
oilfinlsli.-S130.
OILS 110'carbon pergallon , lljc ; 150
i.eadlight , per gallon , 12jc ; 175' headlight
] > ergallon , IGJc ; crystoline , per gallon , 20a
linseed , raw- per gallon , G4c ; Linseed , boil-
ed. per gallon , G7c ; lard , winter htr'd , per
gallon , 1 0 , " No. 1 , 75c , No. 2 , GOc ; cantor ,
XXX , per gallon , 1 SOc , No. 3 , 105 ; sweet
'per gallon , 83c ; sperm , W. B. , per gallon ,
S' So ; fiishW.B. , per gallon , GOejnpatKfoot'
extra , per gallon , 75c , No. 1 , G5 ; lumber ! ,
eating , zero , per gallon , SOc , summer , 15o
golden machine. No. 1 , per gallon , 35c , No.
2 , 2Sc ; spenn , signal , per gallon , SOc ; tur *
pentino , | ior gallon. G4c ; napllia , 74 dec ,
I er gallon 20s. 03 dec. 20c.
Liquor.
ALCOHOL 187 proof. ? 2 35 per
wine gallon , extra California spirits ,
187 proof at 130 per proof gallon
triple refined spirits , 187 proof , SI 21 ; per
proof gal re-distilled whiskies , SI 00@l 50 ;
line blended. SI 502 50 ; Kentucky bourbons
bens , 8200(3(7 ( ( 00 ; Kentucky and Pennsyl
vania ryes , S2 00@7 00.
BRANDIES-Importcd , SO 00@1000 ;
domestic 140@4 00.
GINS Imported , 4 60@G 00 ; domestic ,
1 403 00.
RUMS Imported , 4 B0@6 00 ; New
Ensland. 2 00@4 00 ; domestic , 1 50(5)3 ( ) 60 ;
PEACH AND APPLE BRANDY-
1754 00.
CHAMPAGNES Imported per case.
2G 00@34 00 ; American , per case , 12 00@
, 1800 ,
; CLARETS Per case , 4 BO@1G 00.
WINES Rhlnewinc , per case , G Oe@2C
PC Catawba. per case 4 00@7 00 ,
OlRart and Tobaccoi.
CIGARS. Seeds , 815.00 ; Connecticut ,
25.00 ; Mixed , 833.00 ; Seed Havana , 850.00
Clear Havana , 875.00.
TOBACCO PLUG. Golden Rule ,
24 lb , GOc ; Spotted 1'awn. Glc ; Our Repe ,
G2c ; Star , pounds. 24 lb , butts , GOc ; Harm
Shoe , pounds , 24 Ib , butts , GOc ; Purity , 2-i
Ib , butts , 52c ; Queen Bee , 24 lb , butts. 53c
Gilt Edge , pounds , 24 lb , butts , 57 ; Annj
r and Navy , pounds , C4c ; Bullion , pounds
, f > 8c ; Jyorillard'a Climax , pounds , GOc.
FINE OUT In nails. Hard to Beat
75o ; Golden Thread , 70c ; Fountain , 80o
Favorite , G5c ; Rocky Mountain , 55o
Fancy , 50c ; Daisy , 45o. In tin foil
Catling O. S. , t ! oz packages , 5 lb boxes
per lb One ; IxirillordV Tiger , COc ,
SMOKING All urades Common , 'Z5t <
33a. Granulated lllackwelU Durham , H
ozfilc ; Dukes Durham , 10 oz , 45c ; Beat o
North Carolina , 10 or. , 40 ; Seal of Neb run
ka , ID oz , 38c ; Lone Jack.1 oz , linen bags
peril ) , $1.35 ; Marhurgs'Puck , 2 oz , til
toll , 55cj Do * Tail , 05c.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH ,
Council Blnff Mnrknt.
COUNCH , BLUFFS , Octoltcr 18.
Flour Manufactured by CryntAl and
City Mills. 3 " 5f5M 50 : Kansan and Ml .
souri flour , 3 50 ® 1 25 ; graham , 3 75 ; rye
flour , 310. .
Hran and Shorts 17 00 per ton.
Chop Corn 22 50 per ton.
Wheat No. 2 , 81 22 ® I 25 ? No. 3 , 105 ;
jcctod , 85.
Corn-No. 2 , 52 , rojccle < | 50.
OaU No. 2IQe ! rojectert , 3. > c.
Jlarloy No. 2. 90o ; No. 3 , 75c.
llay-5501000. (
Wood-C 00@8 00.
Live Hogs ft 25@5 50.
Cattlo-Shtpplnt , ' , 4 00r ( ! 00 ( milch
cows 30 00@45 00 per head ; blitcliern
stock , 2 75 ® S 00.
Shcoj4 00@5 00.
O Htdcs-5c ; a S hides , 8c.
Wool ir > ( B iB.
Butter 2'ic.
Potatoes 1 00l 20 ; sweet , 4@5c.
Onloiu-1 25@1 40.
Qrnud Jnnotton Marhot-
GllANIJ JUNCTION , I .i October 18.
Uuttor 13c.
CHICAGO. October 18.
On 'Change to-day the Brain markets
wcro weak and drooping , the fair weath
er bringing out .idler * . The receipts wcro
21,000 buMiols barley bj * lake and 5G8 car
loads of grain by rail , embracim ; 73 of
wheat , 3'Jllf ' corn , 48 of eaU , 15 of rye
and 3G of barley.
Flour Quiet and about uticluuped'
stocks light and inquiry very limited ;
common to choice western spring , 4 50 ®
G 75 ; do. Minnesota , 525@i 0 , " > j patent : * ,
750@U50.
Wheat No. 2 uprinK active at lower
range of prices. Clearing weather in the
noithwest caused an increased desire to
sell and under liberal offerings for luturo
delivery prices declined materially. The
market i pencil at about the closing figures
on 'c > ange ye terday , declined qmckly.anil
with some fluctuations a reduction of 2l@
2Jowns established , then rallied 8@Jc ,
fluctuated and finally closed about Ijjc
lower for seller October ; ljo [ lower for No-
% ember , and IJo lower for December on
the regular board , aud on call al 1 33 J No
vember , 1 38J December , 1 3 ! > 3 January ;
No. 3 spring firm and higher at 1 21 ; re
jected nominal. . . . .
Corn Unsettled and weak feeling prevailed -
vailed to-day und prices declined Ij&j2c ( ( on
the whole range. Offerings were quito
free on speculative account , and the de
mand was not particularly urgent and con-
lined chiefly to local parties to provide for
outstanding contracts. The mhrkrl finally
closed about IJc lower seller October , lo
lower for November , and lie lower for
December on the regular board , and on
o ll at Glc for October , OlZo for November
G3c for December , G9c for May , GJJc for
January ; rejected nt58c.
Oats In light speculative demand ; gen
eral market weak and lower ; No. 2 closed
44c for October , 44Jc for 'November , 45c
for December , 44o for the jear. 45c for
January , 48ic for May.
Rye Dull , quiet and weak ; No. 2 , 1 05
for October ; 1 05J- for November.
Barlev Quiet and dull ; No. 2 , 1 07J for
November ; 1 09 for December.
Pork-Tame and lower ; mess closed at
17 25 for October and November ; 18 25 for
January ; 18 45 February.
Lard Stonily at a lower range ; closed
at 11 70 for November ; 11 82J for Decem
ber ; 11 G5 for the year ; 12 l)5@1207ifor )
January ; 12 17J for February ; 12 32J for
March.
Bulk Meats Weak and lower ; short
ribs , 8 G3 for November ; 8 80 for Decem
ber ; 8 97J@9 00 for January ; 9 12J for
February.
Whisky-Steady at 117.Iteots.
. -Iteots. Slnpmt
Flour - . . 23,824 10,737
Wheat - " . ; . ' 17,5I3 ! 37.807
Corn 18G.11G 501,759
Oats . ' 70,254 54.G27
live ' -7,315 13,401
Burley * . . .03,411 24,018
The stock of grain in Chicago ia 13,019-
358 bushels against 13,800.495 bushels a
week ago , and 9,003,001 bushels at this
period Taut year. The'raceiptg in Chicago
since January 1 include 3,973,415 barrels
f flour , 12,731,078 bushels of xvheat , G8-
350,743bushels of corn , 20,907,543 bu-hels
of oats , 1,030,421 bushels of rye and 3,023 ,
720 bushels of barley.
Chicago Iilve Stock.
OHicAaoT October 18.
Cattle Receipts for to-day xyere 7.0CK
head ; nhipments , 2,000 head ; demand
very fair and all fat stock selling strongly ,
while common was unchanged ; good to ex
tra steers , 0 00@G 90 ; medium to good ,
5 40@5 70 ; . common to fair , 4 00@5 00
butchers stock , steady at 2 40@4 20 ; siock-
ers and feeders , 2 75@375vdairy ; calves ,
7 001G 00 per head ; range cattle fairly
active and firm throughout ; Texans ,
2 90@3 50 ; northern Texans , 3 35@3 00 ;
half-breeds and native * , 3 70@4 GO.
Sheep Receipts , 2,500 head ; Hhipmentu ,
550 head ; offerings largely of poor to
medium natives and territory sheep which
were very slow sale at 3 75@4 00 ; good to
choice fat muttons scarce and wanted , sell
ing at 4 35@4 80 ,
Hogs Receipt * ) for to-day were 10,000
head ; shipinentB. OO hcadmarkct ; , fairly
active and stronger early , but the strength
WOH more than loss liter , market closing
quite weak , especially on common sales ;
mixed packing , 5 90@G 55 ; light , G 20 ®
G 45 ; choice heavy , G 75@7 30 ; culls and
grossers , 3 25@5 50.
St. Iiooia Produce-
ST. Louis , October 18.
Flour Dull and unchanged.
Wheat Lower , but a shade firmer ; No.
2 red , 1 45J for cash ; 1 47 $ for November ;
lfilg for December ; 1 54 } for January.
Corn Lower ; G3Jo for cash ; G4Jo for
'November ; G7c for December ; GSjfc for
January ; 74Jc for May.
Oats Lower ; 44 Jc for cosh ; 4BJo for
November ; 4GJo ! for December ; 48jc for
January ; Gilo for May.
Rye Lower i.t 1 05J.
Barley Dull and unchanged.
Lead Dull at 5 00.
EfgH Unchanged
Butter Unchanged.
Whisky-Steady at 1 15.
Pork Quiet ; 18 25 for cash ; 18 50 ®
1875f.ir February.
Lard Nominal ,
Roo'tB. Shipm't" .
Flour 50,000 80,000
Wheat 8.000 13,000
Corn -2,000 ! H,000
Oats 7,000 19,000
llyo 20.000
Barley. . . . . . . . . . G.OOQ
Liverpool Produce.
LiVEiirooL , October 18 ,
Flour Anioricin , 10 * Gd@13s
Wheat Winter , 10 * Gd@llg 2d ; white ,
10 10d@lln 3d ; i > ring , Us lld@10d 5d ;
club , HH 2d@lls 8d.
Corn fin 11J.
Pork 80 * .
Lard GO/i / 3d.
Receipts Wheat , past three days , CO , '
000 bushels , 42,000 being American.
Toiedo.Proauoo
TOLEDO , October 18.
U .icat-Weak ; No 2 red , 1 42 for No
vember ; 140J for December ; 149J foi
January.
Com Weak ; No. 2 , G4io ( for cash ; f5J ! <
for December ; 72c for May.
Oats Quiet and unchanged.
Peoria Produce.
PKOHIA. October 18.
Corn Irregular ; high mixed , G3J@Gic
mixed. G34@C3Jc.
Oats Inactive ; No. 2 white. 4Ga.
Kyo Irregular : No. 2 , 1 08J@1 09.
High Wine * Unchanged at 1 IB.
Iteo'tH. . Ship's
Wheat 000 noni
Com 68,150 24,5 < X
OaU 111,500 31,501
Uye. 0,700 30,001
Uarloy , 80,000 , noni
High Winoi ' none HOIK
Now Xnrlt
NKW YOUK , October 18 ,
Flour Dull and deprew f ; No. 2 , 3 Sd
& 0 50 ; shipping extrai 4 80tjfl T-0 ; south *
em dull ; cuinmon to ] choice cxlfu 0 50 ©
8 75 ,
Wheat Weak , lower and iinncUtcdi
No. 3 red winter , 143@1 .H | ; No. V do ,
1500161. } ! No. 1 white , 1 44 ; No. 2
Chicago 1 40 ® 1 4' ' ; No. 2 red , October ,
I fOJIgil r i.
Corn llrauy , dull and lower and do
innmi nuxlrratc : ungraded mixed , i > 5 ©
71c ; No. 3 mixed , fi'.lc ; No. 2 do , 71@72c ;
No. 2 , October , 70c ; do November , 7lic.
OateJ@lo lower and dull ; No.
1 whllp. 53c ; No. 2 do , 51c ;
No. I mixed , 4GJoNo.2 ; do. 4riS@tGJ ;
No. 2 mixed , November , 41 > @l74o.
llyo Shade higher ano fnlrly ao-
live ; state , 1 07@l OS.
Barley Stronger but nulct ; No. 1 Can
ada , 1 13 < BU 15.
1'ork Dull and weak ; spot new mesi ,
18 25(311850. (
Lard UnRottled , weak and 5ffi7Jc (
lowot ; 11 074 for cft'h , lH''i ' for October ,
1200 for Nnvoinbor.
Beef Nominal.
Cut Meats Nominal ,
Whisky Nominal.
Clnolnnntl Prodnoo.
CINCINNATI , October 18.
Mc-w Pork-Julot at 10 2020 00.
Lard Kinder ; current make , 11 " .
Bulk Meats Steady ; cle r Hldcx ,
low.
Bacon Steady ; clear side * . 1150.
FKmr-Qulct ; family , ( I .K > @ 8 00.
Wheat Quiet ! No. 2 rod , 1 45.
Corn Dull ; No. 2 mixed , C.Sie.
Oats Firm ; No. 2 mixed , spot track ,
47Jc.
llyo-Sleady ; No. 2 , track , 1 15.
Barley Steady ; Canada spring , 115(0 (
1 20.
20.WhiskySteady at 113.
Philadelphia Produce.
Pllir.AIKl.rillA , October 18.
Wheat Hauler ; 1 154(3.1 ( 403 for caili ;
1 45i@l 4tlj | Octolwr ; 1 47i@l 481 Noem
ber.
ber.Corn Hauler ; f 84@G'.iic for cash and
October ; 7070-jc ] for November.
Oats Firmer at51Jc for ca h ; 503@511c
for October.
Uye Quiet at 1 0 . ) @l 10.
En t Liberty Llvo Stock.
KAHT LumitTV , I'a. , Octolwr 18.
Cattle Dull and a Hlmdo elf ; receipts ,
! .3G3 ; Rhipmctttii , 2,227.
Hogs-Slitw ; receipts , 2,300 ; shipments ,
G.100 ; PhiladelihiaH | , 7 00@7 IB ; best
Yorkers , U 40L'G ( 00 ; common to fair , G 00
@G 25.
Sheep Slow and unchanged.
Baltimore Prodnoo.
BAI.TIMOUK , October 18.
Flour Steady.
Wheat No. 2 red winter quiet at
1 454@145Jfor cash and October.
Corn Yellow nominal at 73Jc ; mixed
western dull at 073 f r cash aud October.
Buffalo liivo Stock.
EAST BUFFALO , October 18.
Hogs Lower ; receipts , 91 ; shipments ,
76 ; "Yorkern , G 500 00 ; good medium
weights , G G5@G S3 ; good heavy , G 90 ®
700.
j
Pittaburc Oil Market.
PlTTanuno , October 18.
The oil market opened at 95Hc bid , ad
vanced to ! Hc ! , declined to Ifijc , advanced
to Ki'lc , declined to 'J.'ijc , advanced and
closed with sales at 05po. ShipinenU yes
terday were 00,213 bbl- . ; charters were
G7.935 bbl ? . Pittsburg oil exchange stock ,
14Jc bid ; New York refmcd.Gic ; Antwerp ,
rehncd , 18J francs.
THE PHILOMATHEAN
Is the Name of Omaha's Now
Musical Club.
ArranRcmoniB noted some dayd ago
in TUB BKK for the orgiinixation ot anew
now inatrumontal club luwo bcoi
completed , and Omaha's citizens wil
shortly bo afforded the opportunity to
listen to a aeries of chamber concerts
in which none but the choicest num
bers of classical music will bo present
ed. The now society , which organ
ized yesterday , has taken for its nnmo
the "Philomuthenii Club , " and is
composed ot the following well-known
musicians :
Geo. * . Saner Solo Violinist.
G. Sclmltze lY'.01' ' ' " '
Martin Calm Viola and Piano.
K. Schneider Viohncello.
F. F. Mayer , Vlano
Julius Meyer 1' hito.
Mr. G. F. Sauor was elected direc
tor and Julius Meyer manager. Mr.
Sauor is one of the most accomplished
musicians who have over visited this
city. His musical education was received
coived in Lcipsie , where ho received
the distinguished honor of boinif re
elected to play in the Gowandliun
quartette. Under his experienced
direction three concerts will bo given
in the interval between the end
of this month and Christmas , Meyer's
music hall having been engaged for
the series. The capacity of the hall
being limited , the tickets for the con
certs will bo sold by subscription lists ,
which will bo at once circulated
among our citizens. The subscription
price for the three concerts has been
placed at the low sum of § 2.00 , or
less than seventy cents uconcert. This
should certainly insure a crowded
hall. The first concert will bo given
at the end of the present month.
Tenth Stroot-
To the Kdllor of The Jko.
OMAHA , October 17. "Ham. ; the
miserable wretch ! " This is a unani
mous sentiment of South Tenth street
towards the damphool who is bossing
the grading of Tenth between Pacific
and Pierce streets. The street is being -
ing filled up and the job commenced
properly on the east side of the street.
Although the west side of the street
will not bo reached for probably
a month yet , the champion fool who
is bossing the job , ordered 10 days
ago the sidewalks on the west side ,
the only walk on the street , to bo re
moved , both south and north of Pa
cific streets , which was accordingly
done , and the hundreds of citizens ,
who must thus unnecessarily tramp
through the mud each morninc and
evening , send out curses long and
loud , and have only one sentiment ,
first above stated aud hope , when the
fool killer comes around , looking foi
the biggest fool tg pick off , that he
will certainly get us rid of this parlic.
ulur ono , to great Batisfuction of
SOUTH OMAHA.
DIRECTORY OF LEADING WESTERN HOTELS
( D. & M. II. II. , Eastern Nebraska. )
X TT3St
Newman & Crocker . General Store
John Thomas . Manager Tomlin , DulF & Co. Grain Elevator
Goo. Donaldson . Mhtmgor Chicago Lumbar Company
S. J. Noiborgor . Pliyalc'ian
[ B. A M. 11. 11. , Eastern Nebraska. ]
J. S. McLeon Grain Elevator
J. C. Ely Flnrdwnro and Stoves
G. Granger General Store
Grnntfiold & Rogers Store and Elevator
E. F. Stoner Drugs
W. B. Svvislior Physician
Special Attention
Is Once More Called to the Fact that
[ tank foremost in the West in Asso rtment and
Prices of
CLOTHING ,
FOR MEN'S , BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR.
ALSO A COMPLETE LINE OP
rurnishing Goods - ' . " <
Hats and Caps.
iVo are prepared to moot the demands of the trade inregard to Lateat Style *
1 and Patterns. Fine Merchant Tailoring in Connection 1.1
RESPECTFULLY ,
M : HELLMAN & CO , , ;
1301-1303 Farnham and 300 to 312 13th St.
J. A. WAKEFIELD ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEIl W
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
SASH , DOORS , BLINDS , MOLDINGS , LME ! , CEMENT
C"JLJU3EC , 33TC3-
/KTSTATK / ADEN ! FOI1 MILWAUKEE CEMHSr.COUt'AXY.
Near'Union Pacific Depot OMAHA , NEB
O. H. BALLOU ,
DEALER IN
Lath and Shingles ,
Yard and Office 15th and Oumings Street , two blocks
north of v
ST. PAUL AND OMAHA DEPOJ
nod-flin } ) *
Omaha , PQLACK
Cheyenne , ,
Fall and Winter
CLOTHING ! !
LATE AND NOBBY STYLES
FOR MEN , BOYS AND CHILDREN.
Hats , Gaps , Trunks , Valises.
TVTATVEI "xro OXUDJEIZC.
IN
Satisfaction Guaranteed , Prices to Suit al t
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1316 FARNHAM STREET ,
NEAIl FOURTEENTH ,
SIBBETT & FULLER ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW ,
D * VTO CITY , KEBt
cogotr BpccUl attention glun . to collectloni . . la . Butlei . . .
T710H SALE A ( ami of eighty crw , In good
JJ tci > alr. flood houeo.ftixM ) , and ell 14x10 ,
mall orchard of bearing tree * . One inllo south
of Onawa City. la. , on tT. U. & l > . II. R. Will gtvo
time on part K wUUcU. AUJresa V , U. EO JV
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