Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 28, 1882, Image 5

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THE DAILf BEE-OMAHA TIIUESDA5T SEPTEMREJR 28
Nebraska National Bank ,
Of
J > A\A \ up Capital. - . $ i > 5o OOO
DIUBCTOltS :
I. RJOHXHON , iTMldfnt.ol Sticlo. Johnson &
Co.
A. K. TOUZAMN , VI * i'r 'dent , ol C. , I ) k ( J.
II. Ji. , IloMon.
VT.-V MOIlSHofW. V Mor
< &C < i.
JOHN 8. OuI.I.INH , ol 0. It. & J S. Colllm
J. II. WOOI.WOUT1I , Councilor ami Attornej
at Law.
L , S. UKED , of Ij ! tan Uec. | A Co.
It. W. i'ATl.S , Caihlcr , late Cuhlcr of thr Kit-it
National Bank of Umaha , and romnvtcd with
thcortlto management of ( hit lluik nine. ' it.
orgoiintlon ! In I Mix
OrixiD for InulncM Ajirll 27 , 188J , , lth the
largest capital of an ) bank In NiWiuAa.
COU.ICTIOM rccilte | wlt1 attmUon ami rlur
f cs lowest obtainable liero or clsimhett *
IKTHHW allowed on time tUpi ills vjwn tutor-
blo Uniu HH ! upon accounts of lunl * mil l > ink
ere.
KORRKU .KICIIAIOR , Ocncrmmnt llmul * mil
County MII ! City securities bought and fold
It li propirc'l ' t nlo a general baiiLIni ; LiiKlniw
In all Its ikUlK and In the treatment of uuinni'
tit wilt piirvui' the moit llbu.alxiiy \ \ \ continent
'
FINANGEAND COMMERCE ,
FINANCIAL.
Nn\v YORK , September 26.
UO.NF.V ,
Moner-4@9 per cant per annum , clos
ing at 4@ti percent.
Prime Mercantlla Paper 7@9 per cent
per annum.
Sterling Exchange Steady ; bankers'
billi , $1.52 ; demand , $1.874.
Governn.euts wore firm ana generally }
per cent higher.
The stock market opened strong , but
* * "i * \BP
\ coon becamu rather heavy and remained so
until near 11 o'clock , from which time un
til a little before 12 it was strong. Soon
aft ° rl2the market became ratler heavy
ior the general list. In the last hour the
market WAI itcady and prices advanced n
fraction. lu the last half it wai decidedly
weak and the lowest prices of the day were
made. Oregon & Trans-Continental broke
to 9.1 from 94J , it having early in the day
sold M high at 97i. This break was duo
to the announcement that the executive
committee bed to-day recommended the
quarterly dividends lo begin January 1st
be 1J pjr cent Instead of 2 per cent
Northern Pacific was sympathetically
we k und fell to 49 } and 91J respectively
for conimou and preferred sto 'ks.
The f mndatiou for the talk about W.
U , Vanderbilt'n advancing United States
bonds to eaeo the money market is that a
bunk offered to borrow from Vandcrbllt
$10,000,003 in United States 4 per cent
bonds which ho holds , advancing thereon
the full market price of the bonds , or
about ? 12,000,000 , and charging him for
money so advanced a low rate of interest.
It is understood this offer of the bank was
part of the scheme to have United States
internal revenue receipts deposited in the
bank , which would give the bonds bor
' rowed from Vanlerbilt to the government
*
: v as security for internal revenue receipts on
government money thus left with it. Two
L * purposes would be served by the operation.
The first would be that the money , instead
of being locked up in the treauury , would
be aivuted from its way to the treasury to
national bank , where it could be
lent in the market , and the other , which
would concern the bank alone , would be
the profits which it could make by lending
government deposits. The Evening Post
says : "Our understanding is Vauderbilt
declined to lend his bonds , which are all
registered in bis name , and that the scheme
has been abandoned. "
The following paragraph finds pusllca-
tioo :
"It is reported Secretary Folger stated
thlfl morning the government would take
what action would be necessary to main
tain an easy moaey market. When ho re-
turci to Washington he intends to look
into the matter very thoroughly , and if the
law will permit he will recommend the
government shall loan money to banks and
take bonds for security. "
Up to 12:30 : the assistant United States
treasurer had redeemed 81,891,300 , of called
bonds.
GOVERNMENTS ,
Saturday. To day
B's 1000 1008
4J's Coupons 112 ] - - -
of 1895 130 130
BONDS.
Control Pacific firsts 113. .
Erie ixKoiid * * ii'i' '
Lehii-h & SVilkesbarre 103 *
Louisiana cousoU 09
Missouri ti'ri 110
St. Joseph 1(134 (
St , Paul t Sioux City firsts..Ill *
do new * ol
Texas & Pacific land grants , . ( ilj
do It. ( i. div. . . . 83
Union Pud&o 1st mortgage. . 115 ? "
do land grant.114 *
do sinking fund. . 118
Virginia C's 34
do couHola 6's 51) )
do deferred 13
BTOG1CD.
Adams Express 139
Allegheny Central 30J
AltonfcTerre Haute 16 *
do pfd. . . . 87
. American Express 1)1 )
' . > J4url. , Cedar Itapidi & North 83
Canada Southern 67
Col. , Cln. & Ind. Central. . . . 100J
Central PAcifiu U2J
Chesapeake tc Ohio 2 !
do 1st pfd. . . 38i
do M pld. . . 1C
Chicago & Alton 139J
do pfd 160
Chi , Burl. & Quincy 132 ?
CM. , St. L. & tfew Orleans. . 70
Cin. , Hind. & Cleveland. , . . . U
Cleve. , Col. & Cincinnati. . . . 82"
Delaware & Hudson canal. . . . 11 ! jj
Del. , Lack. & Western 41 ?
Denver & Ilio Grande 59i
Erie 42j
do pfd 80
East Tennessee , 110'
do preferred 1171
Fort Wayne & Chicago 135
Mannibal & tit. Jo ph 18
do pfd.-'dS
Harlem 2lOi
Houston & Texas Central. . . . 83 KSl
Illinois Cetitral 1392
. led. , Bloom , & Western 474
Kacaaa & T san 393
Lake Erie k Western 39 ?
Lake Shore & Michigan So , . .115
Louisville i Nwhville 71 ?
Louhv , , New Alb. & Chicago 70
Marietta Ic. Cincinnati 1st pfd 10
do do 2d pfd 6 |
Memphis i , CliarUi'on. . . . . . 53
Michigan Ceutral . . . /.Wt
ilinneapolia & St. Lttfld 33 ,
. do pfd. 73
'tMouri P.wlfio .108
ibile&Ohlo . . 12
ianhattan . . . , , . . . . , .
MorrU& Essex , CO
Nashville & Chattanooga. . . . . 7'J. .
New Jersey Central 6t > ,
Korfolk & Western . . .
do preferred . . .
Northern Pacific 60J
do pd 904 9li
Northwestern 146 14G
do pfd , . ' . . . .166 16(5 (
New York Central 133 $ 1333
Ohio Central 17i 174
Ohio & Mississippi 38 38 ?
do pfd 109 105
Ontario & Western W8 1271
Pacific Mall 44 44
I'anama. 167 167
I'eorfo , Decatnr & Evansv. . . 3U 34
TitWiurg * Cleveland 13SJ 1381
Heading 1G35 Ifiaj
Koclt Island 13JJ
St. Lonh & San i'ran. . . 40
do pfd. . . . 01 } < Ht
do 1st pfd 9U ! 0114
St. Paul & Milwaukee 100 ? 109JS
( Iff pfd. . . 125 12U
St. Paul , Minn. & Manitoba.lOL'i 169j
3t. Paul S Omaha MJ filj
do pfd 1114 110J
Te\M A 1'ftilfio 4ti | 0f
Union Pacific Ill * HOj !
United Stoics Expr s 70 OU
\Vab sh , St. L. & Puclfio. . . . 31)J ) S63
do pfd. 6S 67si
WollK , ynfgo & Co. Express. 1 i ! ) 121) )
Western Union Tolegiaph. . . 8SJ 88 |
OarlboH 1 ? 1"
Ceutral Arizona. , i
Excelsior. . . 1 1
Ilomf stake , 15 18
Uttle Pittsburg 1 1
Ontario 3'J SbJ
Quicksilver 8i 85
do pfd , . . . 40 10
lfuVic.r - 1 1
SihorCHir S f
South Pacific 16 1C
Standard 7 7
flutro , i i
Offered.
PRODUCE & PROVISIONS.
Special Dlipitcbw to Tun Dsn.
CIUCAOO.
OlllOAQO , September 27. Flour Steady
and unchanged.
Wheat Market active , but lower ; regu
lar , 101 for September ; 9lo for Oc
tober ; 021@92jo ! for November ; 91gc
for the rear ; No. 2 Chicago spring 1 00 ®
101 ; No.i re I winter , 1 00@1 01 for
cash ; 1 01 for September ; 921o for Octo
ber ; U2l@9i3 ! for November ; Ulj for the
year.
year.Corn Un ettled and lower ; 59@9.Jo
for cash and September ; 59j@M } > j for
IMober ; 59Jo for November ; 5353jo for
the year ; 49o for January ; 5 Jo for May.
Oats' Market dull and prices a shade
lower ; ! OJc for caoh ; SOjjc for September ;
3-8'fjr October ; EOJc for November ; SOJo
lor the year ; 331c lor May ,
Uyo-Wcaker ; 59c.
Buloy-QuU't ; 85J2.
Flax Seed Lower ; merchantable , 1 174
© 118.
Pork Fair demand , but at lower rates ;
21 05@21 10 for coshJl ; 05 for September ;
2105 ( )2l07i ) for October ; 20 774@20 80
for November ; 19 03@19 U71 for the year ;
19 774@18 80 for January.
l.aid Fair demand , hut at lower rates ;
12 62i@l2 55 for cash , September and Oc
tober ; 12 15@12 171 tar Novembsr ; 11 50
© 11 52J for the year ; 1125@11 274 fJf
January.
Bulk Meat ) Market dull ; she dders ,
10 15 ; ehcrt fibs , 14 0 ; short clour ,
14 75.
Butter Steady and unchanged ; creamery
, o choice ladle packed , 14J@lGc.
Eggs-Firm ; 24@25j.
WhUky Quiet ; 1 20.
Freights -Kites on. oem to Buffalo , 2c.
CALL BoiitD. Wheat -Firmer ; regular.
1011 for September ; 924o for October ; 9 4
for November ; 91 go for the year ; 92jc ( for
January ; 95a for May ; No. 2 red winter ,
1 01 for S ptembor.
'orn Dull and heavy ; 59JJO for cash ;
59 ] e for September : 5Sgc for November ;
63jc for the year ; 51 Be fur May.
Oats Firairi ; 3UJC for cosh nnd Sep
tember ; 30J@31c for November ; SOle for
the year ; 33Jj for May.
Pork Irr. gular and easier ; 21 05 for
Octol er ; 20 874 tor November ; 1U 10 for
the vear ; 18 80 for January : 18 62J(2tl8 ( 75
for February ; 18 70 for March.
Lird Irregular and easier ; 12 55 for
October ; 1215 for November ; 11 47i for
the year ; 1125 for January ; 1125@U30
Cor May.
NEW TOBK.
NEW YORK. Sept o iibor 27. Cotton
! I3.16@l.t 3-Kic ; September , 12.33c ;
October , 1180 ; Noveniber , 11.60c : De-
ccmber , 11.GOc ; January , ll.CSc ; Febru
ary , 11.78 ; March , ll.OOc ; April , 12.01c ;
May , 12.13c ; June , 12.24.
Flour Market dull ; superfine state
western. 2 ! IO@400 ; common to good ex
tra , 39D@4it ; good to choice , 4 80@
7 G0white ; wheat | < xtra. 6 25@7 60 ; extra
Ohio , 4 00@7 00 ; St. Louis , 4 10@7 60 ;
Minnesota patent process , -7 2 @ 8 50.
Wheat Ca h lots , Ic lower ; options ,
l@2o lower : No 2 spring , nominal ; un-
Vradedred , 8rc@1053 ; steamer No. 3 red.
87c ; No. 3 red , Io2j@l 02i ; steamer
No. 2 red , lOSJ l 04 | ; No. U red , 1041
© lOlJforcertliicates , 1 0\g@l 061 deliv
ered. 1 05fJ'3106 to arrive ; ml toil winUr ,
1 024@1 0'2'h ungraded white , 103 ; No. 2
whiie.l 081081 } ; No. 1 white.6,500 bu.
old at 1114@1 I''i ; No. 3 ted for Sep
tember , 80,000 bu. bold at 10U@104jj ,
clo-ing at 1 041 ; do for October , 552oOO bu.
sold at lOlj10IJ , cloaing at 1 OJ } ; defer
for November , 1,100 000 bu. sold at 1 05ij
( dlOli , closing at 1054 ; do for December ,
672,000 bu. sold at 1 06J@t 08 } , closing at
1 OGl ; do for January , 2ii8,000 bu. sold at
1 08i@l O'Ji , closing at 108h do for February -
ruary18 CuO 'bu sold at 1 091104 ,
closing at 1092.
Corn l@3o lower ; market heavy and
unsettled ; ungraded , 63$70c ( ; No. 3,674 ©
8c ; No. 2 , 6770c in elevator , C9@7 4o
delivered , 67o in store ; No. ii white , 72o
delivered ; No. 2 for September , 6S @ 69ic ;
do for October , G7tf@70e , closing nt 67jo
do for November , 66@iS8ic , closing at
603cdo : for December , 62 6ryJ 18c , closing
at 63c ; do for January , 574@57 fa.
Oats Unsettled nnd @l.Ja lower ;
mixed western , E2@10c ; white wettern , 40
© 504o.
Hav Demand fair and market firm ;
GC(365c. (
Hopi In good demand ; New York
state , 55@G5o the latter being for famy
11017. ,
EKB Fresh western , higher and firm ;
25'J6e.
Pork-Firm ; 21 374@21 50.
Beef Market dull ami weal : .
Cut Meats Quiet , but firm ; long clear
middles , li 70gl..CK ( ) .
Lard Stronger ; prime steam , 12 60 ©
1275.
Butter Market quiet , but firm for
choke ; lE@3lc ,
BChcecs Firm for choice ; western fa >
tory , 9 104 ; western iht , 5i101 /
BT. L9U18 ,
Sr. Louis , September 27. Flour-
Dull and lower : XXX , 3 55(3,3 ( tO fiunily.
4 05@4 It ; fancy , 4 70&'i 15.
Wheit Dull and lower ; No. 2 red fall
sold Bt ali-ht down from Ul @ 92ia for
cash ; 91i 90Jo for October ; 90j@Slo
for Novnuiber ; 922@92i for December ;
i)3j@90gii ) tar the jear ; 1I3JGJ/J3J3 ( or
January ; Nc , 3 red fall , UO Sj ; No. 4 red
fall 82a.
Corn Caul' , October and November
lower ; other months opened better but
chfed off ; OOA for cath , cloclni ; at Ulo for
October ; 552@So for November ; 18o \ far
Dooembrr ; 4y@ < 84 ° ' "r 'ha year ; ' 16J
4CJc for Juuuitry : 48@171 for M ay.
Outs Ljwer31i@3c ; ; , cloMni ? at Silo
for caah ; 31u for fipptembeii IWJo for
Df ceinbcr ; 2'Jii for the year ,
Uye Quiet ; 55te.
Barley-Quiet ; 70 ® ) c.
ButUr-Quiot ; creamery , 27@30c ; dairy ,
WhUky Lower ; i 19.
I'ork Market lower ; offered at 22 80 for
c.i h21 ; 60 bid.
BulkMeit - None offered.
B icon Scarce unl firmiihoulder ; , ll 25 :
short rib,10 00 ; short clear , 16 OL'ie ,
L nl Dull and nominal.
AiTtr.wjv BoABnWheat About
staady ; ' . ' ( Ifa bid for October ; OIJa for
November ; 924o for Doeuab r ; 99 a for
the year ; 93o for Janusry.
Corn-I/jwer ; 60S@60o fjr October ;
54cfor November ; IHjo did for Dec mbr ;
48548Jo lor the vear ; 4Cjc for January.
O tk Qilet ; SOJo for Uctobtr ; SOo tfor
November ; SO301 e 'or December ; 29Jo
for the veir.
KANSAS C1TT.
IVAK AS CITT , September 27. Wheat-
Dull and lower ; No. 1 red , 86a for cash ;
No. 2 red 75Jc for cash ; 7fa for October
and November ; 75Jc for the year ; No , 3
red , OSc bid for casli.
Oorn Weak and lower ; 50o bid for
ca b ; 443 lor October ; 3Iio bid for the
year.
year.OatsLowet ; 29529jo for September ;
2c lor October ; 27JC for the year.
llutter Firm nutl wanted ; choice , 23 ®
2 < ! e.
Eggs Liwer ; 17@18c.
LlVKlirooL.
LiVKni'Oor.Septembtr 27. Breadstuff ii -
Dull and ca ior.
Whiot Winter , 7s@S < 6d ; spring , 81CI
Corn-6 10J.
rcontA ,
PEORI.V , September 27 Corn Dull
and lower ; hu-ti mixed , 6'J@6/ic / ; mixed ,
61 f6.'c.
' " Steady and lower ; No. 2 white ,
.
Hyo Dull and lowe ; No 2,5Gi@5" .
High SVlncu-lMitn ; 1 18.
oouKotL BLurra.
COUNCIL Btorrs , September 20. The
round I Bluffi markets carefully revised
to date are as follows :
Flour Golden Shnaf. 3 00 ; Kansiw City
winter wheat , 275@3 25Mlunojotn ; winter
whest , 3 00@4 03.
Wheat No. 2 , 76c ; No 3 , G5c ; rcjeoteil ,
50o.
50o.Corn No. 2,50a.
Oats No.2 , SOo.
Uye-No. 2 , 4 > c.
Barley None.
Eggs Scarce ; selling to packers at SOc.
Corn Meal 1 GO for white ; yellow , 1 GO ;
com clr J > . 23 00 per tou ; corn ami oats
chop. 20 00 per ton.
FUU1TS-Apples , 200.
Broom gorn Sjfa'-te-
Hay Loose , 7 00&9 00 ,
Wood 5 00@G 00.
Wool 15@25.
Butter Creamery , 30o ; in rolU , wrap *
oed , 20c ; rolU not wrapped , 22c ; Rdxod
colors , 10124c. .
Onions 40c per bushel.
Live Chickens 2 50@3 00 per dozen.
Potatoes SOc per bushel.
Cabbages 2o@ lOc per doz.
Turnip * SOo per bushel.
Sweet Corn To per dozen.
LIVE STOCK.-Cattle-Extra , 300 ©
350 Veal Calvea-5 60 ® " * 00. Hogs
7 0007 2o. Sheep g 60.
LIVE STOCK
Srcdol Dlipatchca to Tils Bur ,
CHICAGO.
CHICAGO , September 27. Tha Drovers'
Journal rep.irtx : u follows :
Hogs Opened steady , but became
wcakei ; piicei neraged 5@10o lower ;
sales : cunnutntu good mixed , 775@840 ;
hea\y , 8 40fe9 15 , quality good ; liqht ,
7 70 .8 4ri ; Kkios , D157 20
Cattle Dull ; value ) uenerally Meady ,
except on lowest grade * ; uo exports here ;
good to choice Ehlppiug , 6 50G 50 ; common
to fair , 4 00@5 2o ; butchers' slow and 10 ©
15o l.wcr , ut 2 30 ® t CO ; stockers and
Feeders in full supply and only moderate
demand at 3 15@4 35 : range , steady ; Tox-
tine , 3 G0@4 10 ; lialf-biecds and Ameri
cans , 4 00 ® 175.
Sheep Slow , weak nnd not quotably
lower ; common to fair , 2 85@3 40 ; me
dium to good , 3 C0@4 10 ; choice to ex
tra , 4 25@4 G5.
EW 10RK.
NKW Yens , September 27. The Drovers'
Journal bureau reports :
Beeves Active and firm for Texas half-
breeds , western and light native steirs ;
dud and lower for the better grades of na
tives ; extremes : poor to choice natives ,
9 OC@13 0 ; Texas steers. 9 00@9 25 ; half-
breed western steers , 0 00@11 00 ; a car
loid of fancy steers sold at It 35 ; export-
arn used 200 fat steers at IV 00@U 50.
Sheep Demand fair for sheep at1 00 ©
5 75 per cwt , and lambs at 5 80@7 00 ; a
few extra lambs sold at 7 20.
Swine About steady at 8 00@0 00 per
cwt.
Bt. LOUIH.
Sr. Locis , September 27 , Cattle-
Supply large , quality poor and prices
weak ; southwest steera sold at 3 30@3 75
native cows , 3 00@3 65 ; go id pony Bteers
for butchers Bold at 4 004 50 ; ordinary
butch'r steers , 3 50 ® I 00 ; grats Texans
and Indian steers , 3 00@3 75 ; good ship-
| ) 'ng steers would sell , but none are of
fered.
Sheep-Steady and in coed demand ; fair
to best muttons , 3 50 © I BO ; Texans. 2 75 ©
4 00 ; ntockcrc2 25@3 00.
Hogs Packing grades lower ; others
steady and unchanged ; Yorkers , 7 BO ©
825 ; butchers' pIKs , 8 00@S.,40 ; heavy
butchers' to f * ncy , 8 509 10 ; mixed pack-
inp , 7 25@8 25 ; skips , 7 00@7 23 ; culls ,
G Ot7 ) 00.
KANHAfl OITI.
KAKUAS CITV , September 27. The Live
Stock Indicator reports :
tattle Steady for good ; weak and slow
for common ; Texas cteers of 900 to 1,000
pountfs sold at 3 15(2 ( 3 45 ; native cows ,
2 50@3 00 ; stockerj and feeders , 3 25 ®
Ho -Weak and 510c lower ; lots of
215 to 291 Ibs sold at 7 JI8 ) GO.
Sheep -Steady at 'i 75@3 25.
MERCHANDISE.
Srutclal Dispatches to Tim Dsx.
N W YORK.
New Youc , September 27. Coffee -
Market dull and weak ; Klo cargow quoted
at 7 @ 10J.c ; job'lots ' , 8@lllc.
Sucar Market dull ; fair to good re-
Gninic. 77-t6@79.16j.
MoluascsQuiet , but steady.
Itico Steady , with a fair demand ; do
mestic , 57Jo ] ; Hunxoon , 6@54c.
Petroleum Quiet , but lirm ; United ,
85Jc ; crude , GJ@7fic ! refined , 7J@8o.
Tallow Market easier ; 83@8oc.
Kosin-Firm ; lgO@190.
Turpentine Higher and firni ; 454@40c.
Leather-Firm und fairly active ; hem-
lor-lc oole , liuenoi Ayres and Ilio UramJe
light , middlu nnd heavy weights , 2J2io. (
I'Jirsiiuno , P.I. . September 27. Pe
trolcum Weak ; United certlfiitcs closed
at 8 lie ; reGuod , 7go for Philadelphia do
livery _
' WOOL.
Special Dispatch to TUB His
J-'KW 10UK ,
NEW YOIIK , September 27. Wool
Quiet . . . .n. . , taii xu-adlly . held ; Union , 32fe)47c ) ;
ipfeMc. unwasheJ , 12fe32c'J'cias ; ,
LONDON ,
Losnot' , Sur/t mber 27. At the wool
sales to-day 11,100 bales were dlsi.orcd of -
chleily Port Phillips , Sidney und Queens-
laud. 'Ibo market showed good spirit nnd
prices reiuxined uachungpd.
TRAFFIC.
Special Dlfpatcho to TUB Utn.
OUAINH.
ClllOAOO , Keptcml r27. IlccoJpU and
shiimiuiits of flour nnd grain for the iiaul
21 UUIIM hav b ea an follows :
KecelpK. Shlp't- .
Flour bbls . 13 000 12 000
Wheit bushels . 3AOOO 215.00(1 (
Corn " . 181,000 ISa.OOO
Oats " . 05,000 78.WO
ye- . J3.00J 24000
Barley- " . .000 19,000
NKW YOBK , September ' > 7. llccelpta and
rhlpmtnts of Hour and grain for the past
24 Lours have teen as follows :
_ . . . . Itecelpts Hhp'U.
Four-bbl . 15,000 2 FOO
Wheatr-bujhcls . UO.COO 23j D15
Corn- | ' < . 39000
Oats- ' . 42,500
ST. LODJB. Soptemifcr -Keoeipts and
hipmenti of Hour inr grain for the past
24 bourd hav ' * been s iollowi :
, . . Receipts. Shlp'ii.
v
Floar bbli. . , , , . \7,000 17,000
Wbeat-bujhtls " 2,000 73,000
Com " H,000 . . . .
OaU " . . . . . . . . 14,000 1,000
Kyc- " S.OOO 2,000
" < .
Barley-
KANSAS CITT , September 27. P. eelpts
and shipments of grain for the pa < t 24
hours have been M follows :
llco'ts. Shln'K
Wheat , bushels. . . 19.000 22.000
Corn " 2,000 100
tlVK RTOCK.
Omcuoo , September 27. lleccipts and
shlpmenU of live stock for the pat 21
liours have been ns follows :
Kta If. Shipm'ts.
16OrO 4Rnn
' ' ' '
( fettle' . . . 1C-.000 3(100 (
Sheep 4&00 COO
NKW YOHR , September 27. lleoelpt *
nnd shipments of lite st rk for the past
48 IIOUM have been as follow :
] lcot * . tjlilp't" .
Hoe MOO
Hivttle P.700
Sheep 15,400
ST. Loom , September 27. Itecelpts and
.ilpmnnU of live stock for the past 21
liours have been as follows :
Ilco'ts. Shlpm'ts
220
MOO 250
Sht > cp MOO . . . .
KANSAS Cur. Septembcr27. Itecelpts
and shlpmenu of llvo stock for the past 24
liours have been as follows : _ . . .
I'.co'U. Bhtpm'ts.
Hogs 2.500
Cattle 2,200
Sheep . . . . . _ . 500 . . . .
OMAHA MARKETS.
Wholesale rlooi <
Orrioc or TUB OMAHA B r ,
Wednesday Evening , September 27. f
The only changes reported in the market
; o-(3ny ( MO as follows :
Wheat No. R2 declined ic ; rejected
declined 3c.
Bailey-No. - advanced Ic ; No. 3 dc-
clloed 4c.
. Declined Ic-
\ Lcc l Grain Dealing.
\VH35AT. Cash No. 2 , 75o ; cash No.
3 G5Jc ! rC'rctcd , 45Jo.
nAliLEY > l < ash No. 2 , 734o ( No. 3 ,
'KYK. Cash , 450.
COHN. No. 3 , COo.
OAT-S. Cash. 28o.
ST11EBT PlUOES-Corn , Osj ts ,
35c. - Ax
Produce and Provisions.
POTATOES-25@40o per bushel. V
ONIONS-SO@r.Oo . per bushel.
NEW TOMATOES-30 pr Ib.
BUTTEH Choice countrj24@25c.
KOGS-2J@22c.
HONEY California , pcrlb , 22 $ .
APPLES-Pcr barrel , S200225.
C\MTA1 0PES-Pcr dozen , 76c@t 00.
OYSTEllS-Srlect. 50o per can.
WATUKMELONS-1'cr 100 , ? 15 CO ©
18 00.
PEAKS-Callfornia , 52 75@3 60.
PLUMS-Callfornla , 52 00oi2 ( 25.
GKAPES-California , Si 00@2 2. > .
LEMONS-$4 5005 00 per box.
BEANS Importud German 2 70 per
Qrocora * Llot.
CANNED GOODS Oysters , L Ib
( Field's ) , per cose , $1 00 ; do 1 Ib ( Find's ) ,
? or case , 2 75 ; do 2 Ib ( CtandardV , r Cas0i
A 75. Lobsters , 1 llj 1 > er dozcn
180. Tomatooa , 280 ; do 8 Ib per
ciwo , 260 ; Corn , 2 Ib ( Mountain )
per case , 3 09 soaked corn , 1 93 ; do
2 _ It , ( Yarmouth ) , per case , 3 00 ;
otriiip beans , per case , 2 10 ; Lima beans
per case , 1 70. Succotash per caso. 1 80.
Peas , common , per cose , 1 50 ; pooe , cboico ,
| xr ; case,2 70. Blackberries , 2 Ib , per case ,
2 20 ; Btrnwberriea , 2 Ib , per coeo , 2 GO ;
raspberries , 2 Hi , per case , 3 50. Dam
sons , 2 Ib , per case , 2 45. Bartlett
pears per case , S 00@4 CO. Whortleberries
per caso,275. Egg plums,2 Ib iwrcusc , ! ! 76 :
Green gagos,2 Ib per case , 2 75 ; do choice , .
Ib per case i 50. Pine Apples , V 11) , per CAPO ,
4 00@5 75. Peaches , 2 Ib per case , 3 00 ;
do 3 Ib , case , 4 00@4 50 ; do , ( pie ) , 3 Ib , per
cobo.240 ; do pie. 6 Ib , per dozen. 2 40.
rLUUK-Jobbinp prices , Jack Frost
St. Louis winter ) $3 90 per 100 Ibs. ; Topeka -
peka Patent Kanaw , $3.85 ; Minnehaha
Minnesota Patent. § 3.bO ; Shawnee Fancy
winter , $3,10 ; Eagle , XXXX wintur ,
$3.00 ; Triumph spring , best , $2.90 ; Chris ,
tiaii's superlative , S 85 ; bran , per ton-
814.00 ; chopped feed , $28.00.
FISH No 1 mackerel , half hrlf , 6 75 ;
No. 1 mackerel , kits , 1 00 ; family mack-
ore ! , half brls , 4 75 ; family mackerel , kits ,
85c ; No. 1 white fish , half brls , G 00 ; No. 1
white fish , kits , 95c ; family white fish ,
half brls , 4 50 ; family white li.h , kits , 80c ;
medium scaled herring ; 35c ; select boneless
cod , 84c.
HUGAKS-Powdered , lO c ; Cut loaf ,
103 ; Granulated , lOjc ; Confectioner's A. ,
lOj ; Standard Extra 0. 9Jc ; Extra C.
8Jc ; meditun yellow , 8c ; dark yellow ,
7jc.SYRUP
SYRUP Standard Com. , 4Gc , bhls. ;
Standard do , 44 gallon kegs. 92,25 ; Stan
dard do , 4 gallon kegx , $ 2.00.
BPIPES. Pepper , 20 ; Albplce , SOc ;
Cloves , K5o ; Nutmotrn , 82 00 ; Cassia , 24c ;
Mace 81 00.
LYE American , 3 SI ; Greenwich. S 40 ;
Western , 2 75 ; North Star , 2 00 ; Lawin'
lyo. 4 CO ; Jewell lye , 2 75.
1'EEU-Jobbing prices. Chop feed ,
61.50 per 100 Ibs. ; chop corn , $1.40 ; bran ,
70o per 100 Ibs.
STAUCH. Pearl , 44c ; Silver Gloss ,
8c ; Corn Starch , 8-Jo ; Excelsior Jlous ,
7o ; Corn , 74c.
UOFFIIt. Kio , fair , Ho ; lllo. good
12c ; inline to cboico , 13 ta 13j ; Old gov't
Java ; 2G4ji ( > } cl2 Mocha , 284a ; Arbuckle'd ,
14Jc'MEATS
MEATS Hams , 15Jc ; breakfast bacon ,
15/c / ; clear Hide bacon , 15 c ; dry unit bacon ,
144c ; i-boulders , llc ; tleroo lard , 131.
HOPE Sisal , inch and larger , lOc ;
li inch , lit.
UHUESS-Full Cream , ISic ; Part
3tlm , 104 j.
TEAS .CJunpowder , good , 4.r55 ;
Jhcloo , 60@76c ; lmperlr.1 , good , 4i46ci
'Vise , GOJj73c ( ; Young Hysou , wood , 3C ! < g
> 0c ; choice , 66c@81 00 ; Japan Nnt I al ,
Kc ; Japan , choice , 60@75c ; Oolong , good ,
& ( f$40 ; Oolong , cho.ue , 40055 ; Souchong ,
< ood. 35@40o : choice , 35t5c.
NEW PIOKLES-Medlum , In birrolj ,
? 800 ; do luhnlf bbls , 4 tOHinulli | , In bbl .
10 00 do , in half bbls , 5 60 ; gheiklus , in
bb ! . 12 00 ; do , in half bbla , G 5'J.
WOODEN WAU15 Two noon pnlli ,
1 95 ; three hoop pailn , 2 20. Tubs , No ,
1 , 9 60 ; Pinneer wbshhoards , 1 85 Uoublo
Cr 7n290 ; Well buckets , 3 KO ,
LEAD Bar. $1 03 ,
VINEGAR Pure opple extra , ICe :
pure oppla , 13c ; Prusain ? uura toulo , IGc ,
SAIVI' . Dray loads , per hbl , 1 65 ; Aru-
ton , in ao k , 3 60 ; bbU dairy CO , 5 * . 3 CO
HOMINY-New , J4 60 per bbl.
BO 1) A Dwlght'a Ib papers , Wt 85 ; Do
end do , 32 85 ; Church's , $ J 85 ; Keg coda
"
CANDLES Boxes , 40 Ibe , Ifi nz , On
I5obxea : 40 Ibs. , 10 oz. . in. loo.
HICK Carolina , 74@So ; Loul/lana , 7
@ 8c ; fair , fi 6J.
A1ATCHKS Per caddlo , [ )5c ) ; round ,
cnsw , C8 10 ; square , cnsee , C5 40 ,
BOAl'.S-KIrk'BHavon Imperial , 845 ;
K rk'n satinet , 3 CO ; Kirk's standard. 3 75
Kirk's white Kuwlan. 6 M ; Kirk's
Eutocn , 2 15 Kirk's Prairie Qucon ,
(1 ( ) al : rs ) , 10 ; Kirk's mRctio''a , 4 86
POXASH-Ponnsylvaula CBW , 4 doz. ,
| a casa , 3 S5 ; Babbitt's Ball , 2 dor. in oao
1 90 ; Anchor Ball 2 doz In case. 1 60.
FIELD SEED lied cluvcr , choics
new , fO 00 per bushel ; mammoth clover
nsw , 7 00 ; white claver , new , $14 00 ;
i ? cl ° J'nr' new 81260 ahlkc , now
o , , , ' , > ; ,
pOO , Timothy , good , new , b 00
blua , e'2f ' Oltrft deani * 1 W ; blue gross
clean , 81 25 ; orchard grass C2 60 : red toj ) ,
choice , 1 03 ; millet , common or Missouri
BOc ; millet , German , 8100 to 3125 :
Hunxariau SOo
HEDOKaEED-Otage orange , 1 to 6
bushels , ? 5 CO ; osage orange , 10 Inuhcb or
PEANUTS Hooted , cholon , rod Ten.
nossoe , lOoporlb ; f n > ty wuit , 104o porlb ;
raw , ipc
Trolicht & Bunker
OX *
ST. 3LOTTIS ,
Guarantee Manufacturers' Prices and Invite In
spection to their Unsurpassable Selection.
Dry Ooodi.
7lc ; Chlttcnango A. 6c ; Ureat KnlU E ,
8JcHoosicr , Gjc ; Honest Width , 8Jc. In
dian Head A , 8Jc ; Indian Standard A ,
8Jcj Indian Orchard d. w , , 8Jc ; Lawrence
liU 7c ; Mvstio Hlvcr , 7ic : Pcquot A , 8o ;
Shawmut LL , To ; Uttca 0 , 6Jc : Wachus-
ctt B , 7ic ; do A , 8jc ; do K 48 , lajoV ; 1-
colt 1)15. 8ic.
KINK BKOWN OOTTONS-Allcndale
, .
W msutta4-i ISo
BLEACHED COTTONS Androfcog
tin L 4-4 , flic ; BlackstonoAA imperial 8c ;
do do half bleached 4-1 , Ucj Cabot 4,8j ;
Fldolity4.4 , 91cYrult ; of thel < oom,10 ; do
cau.brio4-l,13odoWatcrTwi8t,101circat ; ;
Kails Q.lOJc : Indian Head shrunk 4-1 , 12c ;
Lonsdalo. lOc ; do cambric 37 , 121c ; Now
York Mills , 12jc : Poquot A,10e ; Peppercl
N G Twills , 124c : Pocahontaa 4-J , 9Jcs
Pocasset 4-4 , Sic ; Utlca , He ; Wnnunttn
0 X X , 12Jo.
JJUOKS ( Colored ) Albany K brown.
8e ; do O , drab , lit : do i-lV stripes and
plaids , 12Jcj do XXX brown and dr.\l ) ,
otripon and plaids , l"Joj Arlington fancy ,
10c ; Brunswick brown , 8 c ; Chariot fancy ,
12jo ; do extra heavy , "Oc ; fall Kivor
brown , extra heavy , lljcj Indiana A
brown IXr' Vouonset A brown. IDo.
TlUlUiNUa iimoBfcpaK A U A 82
42J ! do XX blue S2 , 18jc ; Arniwanca ,
"
164c ; Andover DD blue , . > , .
blue Scotch , 184c ; Concord U
bronn. 12Jc ; do AAA , do do 13J1- .
dodolllciHavmnkur's blue amf\brpwn ,
UJc ; Myjtfe llfvor i > D Blrfjw , ] 64erToKrf
Iciver , blue and brown , Ilk : ; Uncasvlllo ,
blue and brown , 14 Jo ,
'JAAUiHinaJJ-ruarti > Eddyntonc
'ug. ' 24 iucli double face , SJo ; Oarner A
glazed , 61c ; Manhattan glove finish , 5Jo
Newport do 6c ; ilo glazed , 5Jo ; PoquoS do
3c : Louknnod kid finish 60.
COKSET JEANS Amory , 8cAndro *
coggin satteen , 8 Jc ; Clarendon , 6Jc ; Cones
o-gnaattccns , 7jc ; Hallowel , 80 ; Indl J
Orchard 74o ; Narrigansettimprovoiio
Pnppcrill sattncn 94 ; Hockport , 7iia
PIUNTS - Alleni , 64c : American , 6Jc ;
Arnold , 7o ; Berwick , 4ffc ; Cochcco , 7c ;
Conestoga. 64c ; Dunkirk , 4jjc ; Dunnoll ,
67c ; Eddystono. 7o : Gloucester , 60 ,
Harmony , 54c ; Knickerbocker , 61o ; Mer
rimao D. 7c ; Mystic , 540 ; Sprapues , 60 ;
Southbrldgc , Cc ; do. Ginghams , 7o ; Marl-
boro. SJc ; Oriental Clo.
GINGHAMS Am skeag. 12ic ; Ainoi-
kea ? dress 94l Arpylo , lOJo : Atlantic ,
9c ; Cumberland , 74o ; Highland , 7ioj
Konllworth , 84c ; Plun kctt , 104oj Sua
osx , 8c
COTTONADE3 Abbcrvlllo 134c
Agate , We ; American , lie ; Artislan , 20c
Cairo D Mid T , 18ic ; Clarion D and T ,
174c ; Doccan Co.stripesDandT.lOc ; Key.
stout ] , 134c ; Nantuckot. 19c ; Nonpareil
16o ; Ocean D and T. 13Jc ; Royal , 104 >
Suaser , 12c ; Tioga , 124c ; Wochusott shirt-
in ? shocks. 12ic : do , Nankin , 124o ; York ,
plain Nankin , lijc ; do , chocks , stripes and
fancy , 124c ; do , 8 oz , 20o.
SHEETINGS Andros-wjcln 10-4.274o
do 9-4 , 24c ; do 8-4 , 22o ; Continental C
42 , He ; Fniit of the Loom 10-4 , 27J ; Now
York mills 98 , S5c ; do 78 , SOc ; do 68 , 23ic
Pembroke 10-4 , 25c ; Pe < inot 10-4 , 2850 ; dc
7-4,19c ; do 49 , 16o ; Ponperell 36 , 29c
do 67 , 21c ; do 57 , 18c Utlca 90 , 3fio ; dt
8 , 22Jo ; do 48 , 17c
OlRurm nnd Tobaccos.
OIGAU8. Seodj. 516.00 ; Connecticut
925.00 ; Mixed , $35.00 ; Seed Havana ,
250.00 ; ClearHmnna. $7C.OO.
TOBACCO PLUG. Golden Ilnle ,
24 Ib , 60c ; Our Hope , h'rat quality , 62c
Star , poundr , 24 Ib , butts,60c ; Horse Shoo ,
pounds , 24 Ib. butts , fi8c ; GUt Edge ,
pounds , 24 Ib , butts , 60 ; Army and Navy ,
pounds , 55c ; Bullion , pounds , 69c ; Lorll
lard's Climax , pounds , COc.
FINE CUT In pnlls. Hard to Beat
76c ; Golden Thread , 70c ; Fountain , 80o ,
Favorite , O.1 ; llocky Mountain , COc
Fancy , 65c ; Daisy , bOc. In tin foil
Catllus O. 8. , 5 Ib boxes , per Ib 63c ; I/jri
Ulard'H Tiger. GOc ; Dltmond Crown , Cdo.
SMOKING Allgrudea Common , 25it
iiSc. Granulated Blackwolb Durham , K
oz file ; Dukes Durham , 16 oz , 4Sc ( ; Seal o :
North Carolina , 10 or , 46 ; Bool of Nebro *
ka , 16 oz , ? Hc ; Lone Jack , 4 cz , linen bags
perlb , 01.35 ; Marburgs Pnck 2 oz , ill
oil , 55o ; Dog T ail 66c.
Paints Oil * nd Varnlihas.
OILS 110 * carbon , jnir gallon
12o ; 1'60 headlight , per Dillon
13c ; 175 * headlight , per gallon , l/o
linseed , raw.teryMun \ , ' < ! ; linseed , bollo-i
per gallon , < > < > c ; ] trd , winter str'tl , porcal
Ion , 1 00 ; No. 1 , 85c ; No. 2 , 75 ; cantor
XXX. pi-r t'ftllon , 1 15 ; No. 3 , 1 05 ; bwoet
per gallon. 85c ; sperm , W. B. , per gallon
1 55 ; fish , W. B. . par gallon , GOc ; neatnfoot
extra , per gallon , 7ftc ; No , 1 , 65o ; lubri
eating , zero , per gallon , 30o ; cummer , 16c
( joldtn machine. No , 1 , per gallon , 35c ; No
2 , 80 ; uperm , signal , per gallon , HOe ; tei
pentico , per gallon , & 5c ; iisplha , 74" , pei
gallon , 18c ; Of , 17c
PAINTS IN OlL-Whlto load , Umahi
P. P. . Olc ; white lead , St. Louis , pure , 0 ? "
Marseilles grocn , 1 to 6 Ib cans , 20i
French zinc , gi : < jn seal , 12c ; French zinc
rod ueal , Ilo ; French zinc , In vamtsh asul
20c : French zinoe , In oil nsnt , ICoj Hav
and burnt umber , 1 Ib cans 12c : raw r.m
bunit Sienna , 13o : Vandyke brown , 3 ,
refined lampblack , 12c ; coudi black , 1KC
ivory black , 16c ; drop black , IGc ; Pruxalai
blue , HOc ; ultramarine blue , 18c ; clmini
green , L , M , & D , , 1 ic ; blind and shutte
ween , L. M. & P. , Kic : Paris green , 18c
Indian red , 15c ; venatlan rtd. Uc ; luscai
drt , , 22c ; American Vennlllod , LAP. , 18c
chroma yellow , L. , M. , O , Is. 1) 0. , ItJc
yellovr ochre , 9c ; golden ochra , 10 ; paten
dryer , ficj ralnhi | { colors : light onk , darl
oaV , walnut , chestnut and ach 15o ,
Dry D lnti
Whlto lend , CJc ; 1'rcncUino. . lOc : 1'ftri
whiteiug 2ic ; whitiin ; gildeis , ljc |
vhitlnt ; ( som'l , lie ; ! mr phlaok German
town , lie , It unblock , oruiii. ry , K-c ; Prns
slau blue , 55c ; nltrainarlne , 18c ; vaudyko
brown , 6c ; umber , burnt , I-1 ; umber , rav/
4csleona ; , burn t , 4c ; ulennu , raw , 4c
Pnris green genulne/.Wo ; Paris grwn com'
' 20u ; chrome grocu , N , Y. ' 20c ; chrom
green It. , 12c ; vennilllon , Eug , , 70c ; ver
million , America , IHv ; Indian rod. lOo
ro e jiink , lie ; Venetian read , Coolson'
? Aovtmistiau rod Am. , IScj rod lead , 7ic
chrome yellow , genuine , 20o : chrome yel
low , 1C , , 12o ; ochre , rochelle , So ; ocore
Fruuch. 2c ; ochre , American , 2c
Winter's mmeral. 240 ; lehigh brown. 2lc
uponhh brown. 2c ; Prince's mineral 3c
VA31NIBHES Barrels per gallon
Furniture , extra , 91 10 ; furniture , No , 1
el ; coach , extra , $1 40 ; each , No. 1
81 20 ; Duinar , eitra , 81 76 ; pan , 70cas ;
phaltuiu , extra. 85c ; hellao 3 60 ; b rt
oil finish. 1 80
PAPEIt Straw paper , Sfoj r g paper
4c ; dry goods paper , Cc ; manlla paper , lOo ;
news paper. Be.
Heavy Hardware Lilt
Iron , rated , $3 40 ; plow steel , special
cant , 7o ; crucible , 8c ; KpoclalorGormanGc ;
caU tool do , 16@iX ) wagon spokes , sot.
2 S5@3 00 ; hub * , per net , 1 2.1) ; fclloen , sawoil
dry , 1 40 ; tongues , each , 70S5o ; nxlcs ,
OAch , 75o ; miunro n.it.i , per Iti , 7@llc ;
wnahern. per Ib , S llSc : 'Ivcti , per Ib , llcj
cell chain , ix > r Ib , G@12o ; malleable , 80 ;
ircn wedfjcd , Go ; cniwban. , Cos harrow
teeth , 4c ; lionwuhofn , t > cr keg , fi 00 ; sjiring
stcol , 7sJ8c ( ; Bnrdon * hornathoos , 650 ;
Burden's mulcsliocs , G CO.
BHOT.-Shot , 81.05 ; Buck shot , $2.10-
Orlontal Powxlcr , kegs , SO.-IO : do. , half ,
kegs. 3.48 ; do. , quarter krg * . $1.88 ; Blast-
in e , koirc , & 1 3fi ! W o , u r 100 feet 60o.
BAUBKU WHU'-In car lot , ,8 30 per
100 ; in lots than car lots. 8 55 tier 100.
NAILS Kates. 10 to 00 , 4 GO ,
h i
Oak sole , 38o to 42c ; hemlock solo , 28c to
3T > c ; hemlock kip , BOo to 100 : runner ,
GT c to 0c ; hemlock calf , 85o to 120 ; hem-
look upinT , 23o to "Cc ; oak upper , 24c ;
alllKalor. 4 00 to li 50 ; calf kid , 32@3flc ;
GrciHcn kid , 2 f < 0 to 276 ; nak kip , Wo to
1 00 ; oak calf , 1 20 to 1 30 ; French kip
1 10 to 1 Ji5j French calf , 1 25 to 2 00 ; run
netti. . 5 50 to 7 CO ; linings , G 00 to 10 50
topping * , 9 ( X ) to 10 CO ; B. L. Morocco , 80a
to llfto ; pebble O , D. Morocco , 36o ; sluton ;
afflto300.
HAKNr.S3 No I star oak , 42o ; No 2
do , SUc ; No. 1 Ohio oak , 38o ; No. 2 do ,
aria ; No. 1 Milwaukee 37c ; No. 2 do , JHc.
Hone * nn Mules.
Tlio market in brink and nil grades sro
nolllngweU nt u rliht | advance in P'lcoi. '
The ilcmnnd for good tiomcs oxcocdn the
supply couiudcraoly. Pr'coa raugu la fol
lows :
1'ino sluglo drhctr. 9150. to 300 , J Kxtra
draft horpcn , $171) , to 225. ; Common drnit
horcco , 51CO. to 150. : 12xtra fann honoc ,
S110 , to 125. ; Conunon vo gosd farm horses
800. to 0100. ; Kttrn plugii , ? GO. to 76. ;
Common plugs , $20. to 910.
HULKS. 15 to 15J hands ( cxcro ) , 8125.
la 150. : 1H to 15 hands , SlOO. to 110. ;
If to 144 hands , 075. to 100. ; 134 to 14
muds , ? t > 0. to 75.LI
LI nor * .
ALCOHOL 187 proof. 231 per wine
uxtra California spiritu , 187 proof ,
roof gallon ; triple relined spirits
128 per proof gallon ; retlistillfd
ll BO ; fine blended , 1 50 ®
houibons , 200@700 ; Ken-
and Pc ylvf.nIa rj-f-w , 2 COW7 00.
uSDIKEPlWrtod , 83 00@16 00 ;
doniustlc 1404
UullS-Importod , 4@0.
Entrland. 2 00f4 00 ; domostHg'.i
PEACH AND AL'L'LB
170@400.
OHAMPAGNES-Imvortoa
00@3 0Am8r\j ; \ a , c&so ,
1600 ,
CLAHETS Per cioe , 4 EO@1G 00
WINES llhlno wine , per case , G 00 ®
20 00 ; Catawba , per case , \ 00@7 00.
Lumber.
WHOLEaALB.
We quote lumlier , lain and shingles on :
cars at Omahn at the following prices ;
JOIST AND SCANTLINC-16ft. and
under , 820 00 ; 18 ft. , 822 00.
TIMBERS 10 ft. and under , 821 CO.
, TIMBER AND JOIST 18 ft. , $22 00 j
1C ft , $24 CC. 22 ft. , 527 50 ; 24 ft.C27 50.
FENCING No. 1 , 4 ncd 6 in. , 821 00 ;
No. 2 , 819 00.
SHEETING No. 1 (2nd ( common
boards ) . 818 03 ; No. 2 , ? 1Q 00 ,
STOCK BOARDS.-18-hJ. 1) , $2300 ;
li-in. O , $35 .00 ; 12-ln. B , SIO 00.
LIME Per barrel , 81 10 ; bulk per out'
; SCc ; Cement , bbl , $175 Iowa plaster.
bbl , 83 00. Hnlr per bu , 35o. Tarred
felt 100 Ibs. 83 00. Straw board , 83 CO.
COAL Cumberland blacksmith , 812
Morris Run Blosaburg , C12 ; Wbitobrcoal
lump , 85 f,0 ; Whitebreost nut. 85 60 ; lowi
him } ) , ? 5 50 ; Iowa nut ? 5 CO ; Rock Spring
? 8 ; Anthracite , all slid. 810 50.
Drups
DUU B AND OHEMlOAIja Acid
Carbolic , COc ; Acid , Tartarlo. COo ; Bnlaun
Copablo , per Ib , 70c ; Bark , Sassafras , p
Ib , 14o ; Calomel , per Ib , 75c ; Cinchoniam
per oz , 81 15 ; Chloroform , per Ib , 1 00
Dovor's powdero , nor Ib , 81 40 ; Epuon
tails , per Ib. SJo ; Glycerine , pure , per Ib
6c ; Lead , Acetate , per ib , 2 It
Oil , Castor , No. 1 , per gal , H 15
Oil , Castor , No. 3. per gnl , 8100 ; Oil
Olive , per gal. 31 60 ; Oil , Origanum , 60
Opium , $ r. 00 ; quinine P. li W. A K. & S.
per or , $2 30 ; Potassium , Iodide , per 11
Cl 90 ; Salacm , per or. , 40c ; Bulplmta c
Morphlua , wor or , 03 85 ; Sulpnur floui
per Ib , 4o ; Htrrchidiie , Tier oz , (11 ( 35.
Wool.
Merino unwas od , light , 14@lGo ; lieavy.o ,
@ 1315o ; medium unwnsliod , light , 18MO
washed , chotoo , 32c ; fair , SOc ; tub-ding ,
and w. , 28c ; burry , blaukand cottod wool
2QCo ICBH
Hides fun , Etc.
HIDES 'jiroou litttcber'H hldo , Ci'7c
cured 8c ; hldon , green salt , part cured 74c
hides , 74c ; dry Hint , sound. lS@14o ; drv
calf and kip , 12@ltc ; dry salt hides , sound ,
10@llc ; grain calf , wt. 0 to 15 ltn. . 10r < dllci
grnen calf , wt , under 8 Its , per t > kin , C0c |
liioen ] xjltn , 50@S1 25 ; green lamb nkln.i ,
81 ' > ( $ l 60 : damaged hides , two-third ruto ,
cut scored and ono Krub , eluded Ivro
tLlrdii rute , ) branded hldon 10 per cent , oil ,
Coonrltlns , No. l,45cNo. 2 , 80c ; No. 1 ,
t0 ! < ; No. 4 , lOo. Mink , No. 1 , 60c ; No. 1
COc ; No. 3 , 15c ; No. 4 , 5c. Fox , No.llr ,
GOo ; No. 2 , 25o. Bkunk , No. 1 , l > 26oi
Ofo ; short i tripe , > 10n : narrow strlpco
brotd stripe , lOo. Tallow 7c.
OAI T ftvo money ami order tM direct from
OflL I iuwoulili , | promptly by rull at tli
ov.Lnt i'ou ' ll > lo uxtli prkolo all wuxtvrn point *
| ( lm-lm TfLKU dMi'C ( ) . . bixiruw Ultr.Mlcl )
lr , Norvin ( Jreen , who in tn retire from
thu iiiettlJency of the Webtcrn Union Tel
ri'raph Cninpany , in uaid to bu worth 810 , <
OGO.OOU , His nulmy i only 815,0,0 a year ,
anil Ilia imiiienio fortunu has been made It
stock manipulations ,
FKiaill'FUI. FHACTURE.
A I3oy Fiilla Forty Foot Down In the
Now QnmUu Kutlonal Bunk.
About juion yvaUrday n youot ; lad
ruiinod Joe Flory , who is un a ed ul
Wsat t Froitchcr'o cigar ( aotory , wet
playing with eonio companiona in tin
now Millard bank on Thirteenth
Btroot , utnl was riding in nu oluvatai
used for hoiatiny iimtorial to the
upper iluora. When about 40 fuel
up the tlovntor fell. The boy had
both bonua of thu loft log fractured
just above the unklo iuint , the bonct
protruding through the ekin. He wn :
removed to his homo on lower JJaug-
las struct , whore Dr. Van Camp ut-
tended him. It was iiocwsrry to saw
off portions of the bpnoi , and the cuf-
fcror will have a cliff aiildu and ono
short limb , though both log Mid foot
arc eared.
LOOAL ,
A i ongre ational meeting of the Lutb
cran church will bo held In Max Meycr'i
hall , corner of Karnam and Eleventh
streeL' , September 28th , at 7:30 : o'clock , p.
in , , tdecide upon n plan for a now church ,
nnd attend tootherbmlncsi of importance.
A petition signed by nil the leading
members of tha bar and bminoss men of.
the Fouith ward was presented to tha
Board of Commissioners yesterday asking ;
the appointment of Fred W. Boyden
fomttblo in that ward to fill a vacancy.
It will no doubt bo granted and Boyden
will make a first-cla > s olliccr.
Complatnti bavo been filed in the
police court by H. Knowles vs. Thomp
son , for laiccny ol tools and by Fred
Drexel \s. J. Oilluskl for receiving Dtolca
good * , the latter consisting ; of a portion ol
n derrick uicd in the construction of the
county court houso.
A colored man on the VJth street U
reported by the neighbors to have n habit
of drubbing his wife regularly every morn
ing. Yesterday the blows sounded Ilk *
n beef killing was going on in the locality *
The man thould bo looked alter by the
p ltc .
- The work of covering the completed
toctim of the sewer on .Tones and 9th U
pngroffting rapidly , the dirt being pro
cured from upper 9th street. The rotten
old rth strict brtdgo will soon give way to
the solid c'irth and those who ttavcl that
way will hereafter feel castor. The order
of the council Tuesday to drain the
pond of stagnant water In that locality by
newer connection Is already partially com
pleted with and the d mgcrous pool should
be entirely done away with at once ,
PKHBONAU.
Col. O. D. Ball ls to the city.
J. T HInckloy , of Ashland , Is in towu.
Mason Urebof lied Cloud , It In UJB
city.
0 A. llinger has returned from the
oast.
oast.O.
O. C. Chapin , of Uivertou , is at the
Paxton.
John n. Amcc , of Lincoln , Is at th
Paxton.
V . O. BurchSof Wymore , I * at the
VjAr
jAr , . Montgomery , of York , ii at th *
Wni. : . .1
the Millard. . *
Win. II. Co < ey , of Fremont , ii at th
Metropolitan.
Jj , Clcvelnnd , of Elgin , 111. , Uvl th
Metropolitan.
A. , T. Oalbralth , oj St. Paul , is t the
Metropolitan.
Mian Ada Caroline , of Portland , Ore. .
Is at the Paxtou.
*
0. Mitllon , of Beatrice , h in the city ,
a guest of the Millard. f
Mrs. U. B. O'Houlon , of San Jose. C l. ,
It a L'ueBt at thu Puxlon.
S. Wolvertou and wife , of Fort Atkin
son , nr < 9 at the Metropolitan.
Win. II McMillan , traveling auditor of
the U , P. went went yesterday ,
Miss Tilllo C'.NVillo , of Chicago , and
trimmer for C. A. Iiu0er ! , came in Tucs-
iliy ,
Lieut. Baldwin left on the noon train
jcatenlay for Fort Douglas , Utah. His
company preceded him several day * .
Co ) , J. N. Andrews , of the Eighth in
fantry , known to the army as 'Charity"
Amhuws , jmsrcd wi > st yesterday til rouU
tn Bcnlcln , C.illfornlii ,
Col , Htditnn went west on the noon
tra'n ' yesterday to meet tko Incoming x-
prois , umong the paitcujtciH on which v/cro
Lieut , ( ijrriugu nnd Senator Bayard , ,
Prco of Ohur/'e. /
All prr nni sulferlnK from Cough , CoUU
Aktlinm , Uronchltiu , Low of Voice , oruiij
aliection of the Thront und Lun s , are re
quested to call at C. F , ( joodman's drag
store and get a Trial Bottle of Dr. King's
Now Oiucovery for Cotuuinptlon , free of
charge , which will convince tliL-in of its
wonderful merlin and show what a regular
oltu-nUn ! liiittl.i will do , Call early.
THE GREAT CURE
ron
A * It U for all the rvUnful diaoaica ofths
KIDHEY8 , LlVCn MID DOWELS
It cleananlio ! > jrtt racfUio acrid poUoi
Uiat eauaoa the dreadful ulfcriiiff which
only the vlcUmi of rhcumatUra can nliu >
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the Tvonit forma crtlil * tcrrtilo eUoom-
have been quickly relieved , tnd ill ulun
Uma
' " * PERFECTLY CURCD.
nira 11. ijqriu tr nur , ( .OLD L ? nut CCISTS.
" . < ) Pry can bo rent by mall.
' < I /Jfl. / 7tU'HAltH' > OK As CO. . JIurlUiKton.Vt
INCREASE
SIO YGJU CAPITAL.
Thocti ilotlrlntf to imVe money on
riKj'l ' anl mm lum Invtitmeutila
20 I rain , ftoiMonn anil stock | > ccula-
'
| ila Krnmi' ) 1 , HSl.lo ilm present -
WI11CAT sent < * ati , on iututlinui set 310,00
to $1,001) ) , cauti proQU hate been
runlzel and ] ilii to Investors
BIIIOUII intflomcr 1 IIwiv tbecrlg-
S50 Inil ln\i * lucut , "till Icavla tha
or ylnul Im t > tiu nt n akin ; mono ;
or ) > ) abon \ diniiind Explanato
BTOOICS ry clriular * and ttiltmeota of fund
WiU'tfrtxi Wo w ut re.-pouilble
ajii'U. who K 11 r < port oncrcpn and
SlOO Int-oduco the pliu L boral com-
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