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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY , SEPTEMBER 39 , 1887.
SATURDAY MARKET FIGURES
A Generally Drill Day With the Exception
of the Corn Fit.
CORN LEADS IN SPECULATION.
Hie Scxslnn In Provlnlnnn n Compara
tively HlnwUno .Supply of C ! i-
tlo Hm.ill Goncrnl Mir-
kot Quotations.
CHICAGO I'HODUCK MAIIKKT.
CIIICAOO , Sept 17. ISpoctal Telegram to
Iho UEK.J-Outside of the corn trade there
was a generally dull set of markets. Being
the closing day of the week , there \va * the
usual disposition to oven up , and business
passing on both wheat and provisions /ell /
under an average volume. The excitement
noted yesterday In ribs appears to havu sub-
Blded and fluctuations In all products were
rmriovv. Cash transactions In wheat were
almost nil , but corn charters were thu largest ,
with , perhaps , one exception , that they have
been any day .this . season since the opening
of navigation ' , Wheat opened just about on
le'vol with yesterday's close and a few
forolgn buyers' orders wcro executed. Par-
dredge appeared as a fair buyer through a
couple of brokers , and tliero was some de
mand from nervous shorts. It did not take
long , however , to discover that the
market was without substantial support
The old bear crowd , led by Cudahy &
Jones , McCormlckifc Ken nett , came to the
front as sellers and prices gave way Jfc ,
October receding from G9c at the start to
G8c. With the underpinning of the corn
market giving way tliero was a very Indiffer
ent demand for wheat , and therefore the
bear element found It an easy matter to hold
_ " the market down without selling much , and
"that was probably tholr Intention , for nobody
cares to put out heavy short lines at current
prices. It Is a fact , nevertheless , that all ot
the "plunders , " with but few exceptions , are
talking bearish. According to both public
and private cables there Is no material
change In the conditions abroad. The
board's dispatches called spot wheat in Liv
erpool qulot and steady at former quotations.
New York was just a shade easier at the close ,
and St. Louis declined % c. The weakest
factor here , aside from the general dullness ,
was the break In corn. Trading was light
throughout thu session and thu market closed
heavy and at the bottom , thu leading futures
showing an actual decline based on
yesterday's closings of M@c , with
May the weakest of the list.
Fluctuations covered n ranee of > c. From
C'Jc for October at the opening that future
declined to OS ! < c , which was bid at the close.
December receded from 71c to 71.fc and
May from 77 > < c at the opening to 70Ji'e at the
close. In the local cash market both de
mand and olTerings wcru llrht Not a bushel
of room was taken for lake shipment , though
them were some expert orders here at l@l > c
under the market. The dally movement
tables show receipts to bo pulling up , but
very slowly. At 12 principal point * they
aggregate 070,000 bushoK with shipments
from the same 307,000 hushels. It is esti
mated that there has been a decrease In local
Blocks of wheat this week of about 400,000
bushels. Guesses on the probable Increase
In the next visible run from 500,000 to 1,000-
000 bushels. Very few expect less than 750-
000 Increase , The exports from two ports
yesterday were 113,000 bushols.
Corn was the leader in Interest to-day and
Rpeculatlvn trading uns heavy In thn aggre
gate. Under a continuation of tlui liquida
tion by louga. which was the principal feat
ure of jestenlay , the market was again lower
and every fraction that prices declined
brought out Increased oUcrlngs. A good deal
of corn came outou exhausted margins and
the hears hammered and pounded , trying to
break May to 44c , at which liirnro it was be
lieved large quantities wcro on hand on stop
orders. They did not cot that future below
44V-for nt nm thing under 41'ic there was
good bnylnp. Opening trades in May wcro
at 44 > c , wnioit was the top , and there was
not u Ht * at deal ot business done at cither
extreme. October opened at 41Ko and de
clined to 40 c and November cold from 41 c
nt the opening ( one trade at 4lc ) , down to
40Jfc. The bottom was touched about half
an hour before the close. When it was found
that charters had been made during the past
twenty-four horns for 750,000 bushels
of corn the market rallied sharply tfc ,
closing MC. lower for May on the dav and J c
lower for October and November. The clos
ing figures worn : October 40J ( ? .lc , Novem
ber 41c bid , December 41c asked and May
4 n'c. The early break was attributed to free
selling bv liutchlnson nnd Baker. Later ,
Iteam , Fleming & Roydon nnd Jones ap
peared as free sellers , while the offering ! !
from all quarters wore heavy. Another ele
ment of weakness \vaa the lanro estimated
receipts. Monday's arrivals were ( Inured at
503 cars anil upwards of 1,100 cars were pre
dicted for Tuesday. Kxport clearings were
very light. Forolen markets were reported
dull and there was a decline In the leading
outside home markets of about Me In futures.
In view of the severe pounding the market
received to-day It showed a pretty stubborn
front. There worn apparently a good mai
buying orders at 44 > fc for May. llutchlnsi
took some at that figure.
Oats m the speculative market wore dull
and the feellntc was weaker In sympathy
with the decline In wheat nnd corn. The
closing figures , however , were on a small
fraction under thosu of yesterday. October
rested at 25tfc and May at 29Jfc.
In provisions there was no unusual stir.
Yesterday's excitement was In no sense con
tinued and the day passed in a comparatively
Blow manner , with new speculation conllned
largely to the January product. October short
ribs averaged a little stronger , but olTerinu's
fell under speculations. They sold at 83.15@
8.25 and closed at 88.20. September ehoil
ribs were nominally the sarao as October.
Lard for near delivery declined 5c , and at
the close stood at SO.DO for cash , September ,
October and December and S0.20 for No
vember. For October , the favorite of the
near futuies , lard sold from S0.a ; early down
to SO.SIH. The January product was bearIshly -
Ishly Inclined and pork suffered a deprecia
tion of 15c , lard 5o and short ribs 12Uc. Pork
Closed for January at 811.15 , lard at 30.3. ) and
Bhort ribs at SO.17K@fi.20. The cash trade
was under an average volume.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Cinai.no , Sept 17. [ Special Telegram to
the BUB. ] OATTLI : "A short horse teen
curried' * Is an old saying , The horse wai
short enough , but ho was not very soon cur
ried , as tliero was no ono who would under
take the job without much coaxing nnd low
prices. Thu supply of cattle was small , but
the demand seemed to bo smaller. There was
alack ot life In the trade to-day , as Is nearly
always the raso on Saturday , when the
week's supplies nave been more than equal
to the demand. Values
to-day were nomi
nally steady. Receipts , 1,500 Market quiet
but steady. Shipping steers , 1300. to 1500
Ibs. , S4.4iKi4.OU ; 1200 to 1C : > 0 Ibs , S4.00@I.OO ;
960 to 1200 Ibs. , 33.0uQ'l80. .Htockors and
feeders , 51.40 3.10 : cow * , bulls and mixed ,
S$1.50f $ < J2.bO ; cows , 81.0. 2.25 ; steers , 82,35 ®
s.oo.
s.oo.Hoos
Hoes Estimated receipts , 10,000. The re
ceipts are the largest in almost two months.
The "run" has boon surprlslnelv heavy and
prices durlntc the post few davs havu declined
Blmrply. To-day's market was active , but at
10il5c ( decline , making a drop of 25C > $ : > Oc >
tlnrlinr the p.'ist forty-ulght hours. Present
prices are 30i&l5c lower than ono week airo.
One or two car loads sold early this morning
at SS.2o5.30. but sales above 85.10 were
Kcattexlntr. The bulk of good to rhoico
iicavy packing and shipping sold at 84.90' > < >
6.05. Rough heavy lots sold at S4.70.iHSV
, Fair to choice mixed grades sold at St.NJOj
6.05. Lightweight soldat34.7U@5.10. priu-
rlpally 84.1KK45.10 , the latter quotations for
Yorkors. Many pigs , averaging nlnotv to I'M
pounds , sold at 83.50(34.50. (
FINANCIAL.
NKW Yoim , Sept. 17. [ Special Telegram
to the UKK.I STOCKS The stock market
to-day was gtrungor and thvro appeared to
bo a slightly better feeling. Several of the
big boars turned bull and bought stocks ,
Ore-oil A Datcmnu now boini thu Undst
. The shorts rushed tocover and frac-
Juyers. advances extending to 1 point wore
The bank statement came nut at
'
11:30 : and.sio\ved | a dfcreaso In the reserve of
This caused free soiling and most
of the early advance disappeared , the mar-
kct cloning easy at Inside figures on nearly
all stocks , Illinois Central , Itock Island and
Chicago , liurllneton & Qulucy bclne the ex
ceptions and closing at the outside. The
total sales were 78,1(70 ( shares , Including
21-1W of I torn ! 1 up , 7OG5 l.ixckawnnnn , l.nio
Northwestern. 0.700 St. Paul andS.OOO West
ern Union. The loss In the reserro In the
New York banks was attributed to the ab
sorption of funds.
Govr.n.vMr.XTh Government bonds wore
[ lull and heavy.
YKSTKI.DAT'fl OUOTATfO.VS.
U. S. 4' coupon .124J < C. AN. W H2J
j. s. 4 > i'8coup..io7jr do preferred..140
IacincClaol'l . .l23 ! N. Y.C 107'
'atmil.i South' n. . M O. R. ANd
> ntral Pacllli ; . . & > O. T.
Chicago A Alton. 140 PncIllcMall
do preferred. . . .1B5 P. , I ) . &E
. , lf.&o . ii : PiilImatiPaI.Car.143
) . , L.V . 12-J'- Reading
) . &RQ . JWiJ Rock Island . . .
St. L , . AS. F. . .
d 3 preferred. . . . C5 do preforrrd. . ,
lilnols Control. . 118 C. , M. 4 St P.
. , H. & W . 15 do preferred. 118
K. AT . 24V St P. & Ode
okoShoro . 03 % do preferred. .
&N GOJf Texas Pacific. . . . 24J
Michigan Ceut'l. . 80 $ Union Paclnc. . . 625 ;
Ho. Pacllic t . VY. , St. Ij&l1. . .
No. Pacific 25 do preferred. 2W
do preferred. . . . MJf . y. U. Telegraph 75 , " |
MO.NKY On call was easy ,
rom 4U to5 wramt last loan at 4J ' per
cent closing at 4K@5 per cent.
PRIME MKUCANTILB PAPKB 709 per
cent.
SxicnLiso ExcHANnit Steady at 84.80V
'or CO day bills , and 31.80 > 'Z 4.SO for de-
uand.
PHODUOE MAHKKTS.
Chicago , Sept 17. Following quotations
are the 2 : o clt.iing figures :
Flour Steady.
Wheat Quiet and easier than yesterday ,
losing J c lower ; cash , 67Vc ; October ,
039-16c : May. 76ftfc.
Corn Ruled weak and lower for near
fuiurc.s.whlloMay wascompaiatively steady ;
cash , 40Je ; October , 40/jjc / ; May , 443-16c.
Oats Heavy and easier , being Inllupnced
n the decline of corn ; cash , 25 > .fc ; October ,
IStfc ; May.S'J'fc.
Rye Steadv at 47c.
Barley Quiet < it 74c ,
Prime Timothy Scoa-S3.22@2.23.
Flax S ed S1.05&
Whisky S1.IU.
Pork-Dull and easier ; year , 311.00011.95 ;
January. 812.16(317.50. (
Lard Weak and lower ; cash and October ,
86.fflX30.82Jf ; November , S0.27k00.30.
Dry baited Moats Shoulders , S5.2.X35.35 ;
short clear. Si5T , ( < ( S.OO : short ribs , 38.20.
Butter Creamery , 17J Q23 ! c ; dairy , 15 #
@ 19c.
Cheese Dull ; full cream Cheddars , 10
3llc ; flats , ll jllj c ; Young Ameticas ,
at lC@17c.
Hides Steady : unchanKOd ; heavy ercen
hides 7M'c ; light do , 78c ; salted bull hides ,
6c , green salted calf , 8Ji@9o ; dry flint , 12@
13c ; dry calf , lagllic ; deacons 3to ) each.
Tallow Firm ; No. 1 country , 44) c ; No.
2 , 8 c ; cakes , 4j c.
c.Itocohiti. . Shipments.
Flour , bbls . 12,000 21,000
Wheat , bu . 17.000 121,000
Corn , bu . 247,000 aw.ooo
Oats , bu . 119,000 94,000
Rye , bu . 3,000 1,000
13arloy. bu . 56,000 67.000
Now Vork , Sept. 17. Wheat Re
el pts , 351,000 ; exports 17OtO ; options
moderately active ; prices declined Xc
early , later ruled Htronicerand rallied j@Kc ,
closing linn ; spot generally steady ; ungraded
red , 7070 c ; No. a red , 7'Jc In elevator ,
c delivered , October closing at 79c.
Corn Hecelpls , 15,000 : exports , 1.000 ;
spot declined M@Hc and ootfons '
Oats Recelitts , 61,000 ; exports , none ;
larket a shade easier and very du'l ' : mi : '
western , 32@34c ; whltowestern , 85@41c.
Coffee Spot , fair ; Rio , noininal at
319.50 ; options 25t5 ( points lower and more
active : sales , 74,000 bags ; September , 510.75
(310.80 ( : October , 318.bO@17.UO ; November ,
810.U5C4l7.20.
Petroleum Firm : United. Cs'4c. )
Eggs Firm and In fair request ; western ,
14a ( > 10e.
Pork Dull but rather easy ; moss was
quoted at 845.23.15-50. for old ; 310.25@10.50
tor .
now. i
Lard 4ff5 points lower ; western steam ,
spot , 36.57.
Butter Quiet ; western , 13@C4o ; creamery ,
16@24c.
Cheese Firm nnd qulot
Cincinnati , Sept 17. Wheat Strong ;
No. 2 red , 73o.
Corn Dull ; No. 2 mixed , 45c. .
Oats In light demand ; No. J mixed , 2S@
Rye-Quiet ; No. 2,50'ic.
Pork Dull at 815.25.
Whlsky-81.05.
St. Ijoult. Sept 17. Wheat Lower ; cash ,
C8@G8.5ic ; October , 68) c.
Ciirn Lower ; cosh , 38 @ 40 } c ; October ,
.
Oats Weak ; cash , 24c ; October , 24c.
Pork 815.-J5.
Lard-$0.25.
Whisky-Sl.W.
liutter Firm and unchanged ; creamery ,
2l@Mc ; dairy , I0@si.
Now Orlnna ? . Sept 17. Wheat In
cash lots weak and In some cases a trlllo
lower ; options opened firm , later declined } i
@ &c , closlnR steadywith a slight recovery ;
and clear rib , 39.00.
Bulk Meats Shoulders. 85.81 ; lon clear
Lard Relined tierce , 80.75
Pork-310.00.
Hoic I'roducts Quiet but flrm.
Corn meal Easier at $2.30.
Oats Quiet and weak at 34@35c.
Kanaan City. Sept. 17. Wheat Weaker ;
No. 'J soft , cash , 05)c asked ; October. COc
asked ,
Corn-Quiet ; No. 2 , cash , 36 > c bid ; Octo
ber , 3 > > Mc bid , 30o asked.
Oats aijfc bid , 33 asked.
Milwaukee. Sept. 17. Wheat Weak ;
cash , 6SoOctobor , f > 3Vc ; November ,
Corn-Dull ; No.3 , 41Ke.
Oats Steady ; No. 2 white , 23Xc.
Rye-Strong ; No. 1. 4Sc.
Hiiiley Steadier ; No. 3.
Pork September , 815,50.
I.lvorpnnl , Sept. 17. Wheat Steady and
demand fair ; holders otter tnodorati'Iy. Re
ceipts for thu past three davs amounted to
155.000centals , Including 09,000 American.
Corn Dull and demand poor ; now mixed
western , 4s B. ' d. Receipts of American corn
for the past thrco days amounted to 31,500
centals.
tiiVK STOCK.
UbtoaKo , Sept 17. The Drovers' Journal
ronoris as follows :
Cattle Recolpis. 2,000 ; market quiet and
steady ; BUluplnR steers , S3.00@4.90 ; stoukera
and tueiler.s 81.40S3.10 ( * ; cows , bulls and
mixed , S1.50@3.80Texas ; cattle , 51.0503.30.
Hogs Receipts , 10.000 ; market opened
lower and closed stronger ; mixed , 84.80 ®
5.00 : hcavv , S4..K5.25 ) ; light , 34.80i35.liO ;
skips , SC034.05.
Sheet ) Receipts , 3,000 ; market steady ;
natives , 83.00(94.10 ( ; western , 83.10@3.00 ;
Texaus , S3.00&3.70 ; lambs , per head , (4.20 ®
5.00.
5.00.National
National Stoolc Yard * . Kast Ht.
IjnuU. 111. , Sopt. 17. Cattle Receipts ,
1,000 ; shipments , 4,000 ; market steady ;
fair to choice native steers , 33.0txat.85 ;
butchers' steers , medium to choice , $3.40(3 (
4.00 ; feeders , fair to Rood , S3.COf33.30.
lions Receipt" ! , 1,000 ; shipments. 1,000 ;
lower : choice heavy and butchers selec
tions , 85.10@5.30 ; pack Inn and Yorkers , me
dium to prime , 34.b035.05 ; pigs , common
to good , S4.20i34.75 ,
KstmaH City. Sept. 17. Callle Re-
coluU. 2,000 ; shipments , 1.000 ; irood to
choice. 83.2r > @ 4.00 : stackers , 'iOO@2.eo ; feed-
IIIK stevrs , S2.G5@.i.3.5eows. ; Sl.Suft-.GO.
Iloics-Kecelpts , 5.000 ; shlpmrnts 1,000 ;
coed to cliolcis S4.WK35.00 ; common to uio-
dlum , S3.tl54.BO ; skips end pl s , SJ.25Ji,3.CO. ,
OMAHA. LIVIS UTOOIC.
Saturday , Sept 17.
Cattle.
Tliero was about an average run of cattle
for Saturday. There were very few iood cat
tlu In , thu bulk of the receipts being ranuen
and lunlly uood enuuKh for the iln-SH-d beuf
trade. Tim packers and butchers , however
took over two hundred head , and feeders as
many more. Values continue about steady
ou Kood stock , but common cows and butch
tra * stock arn way down.
11 OK * .
The receipts ot Itocs weruliidit and the av
craee quality only fair. Nothing was. doao
oil thu market during the morning , the buy
t'rs ' not -even looking at a load.It was 2
o'clock in tne atteiuouu b ( ore .uurUilog was
lono. When the market did open
airly active at a decline from yesterday of
about lOc. Three loads were left unsold.
Sheep.
There were no fresh receipts and nothing
olngon the market
Cattle . COO
Cattle . 40 cars
I'rnrnllliiit I'rloas.
Showing the prevailing prlcjj paid for live
lock on this marknt :
Choice stoors. 1300 to 1500 Ibs. . . .84.2.5(3150 (
v'hoico steers. 1100 to IWi Ibs. . . 4.004.3. ' >
Fat llttlo steers 900 to 1050 Ibs. . . . 3.75i ca90
Jorn-fed ranvto steers 1200 to 1503 & 8.V < i4.20
iooil to cliolco corn-fed cows. . . . 2.50ii ( < 2.75
'ommonto medium cows . 1.50 < 32.2. ' >
Uood to choice bUlls . 1.7.Vrf2.75
! oed range feeders . 2.50di73
joodnatlvofccders,9001bsand u it-
wards . 2.7503.00
"air to medium native fcodcrs.'JOO
Ibs and upwards . , . 2.5032.65
Stackers , 4X ( ) to 700 Ibs . 3.0uvi 2.40
'rime fat sheep . 3.2.5 3.50
'air to medium sheep . 2.5033.03
'ommon sheen . 1.50 < < i'V ' 5
ileht and medium hotra . 4.50M4.70
Joodto choice heavy heirs . 4.7Ufi24.80
Uood to choice mixed hoes .
Representative Mlat >
NATIVE STKKI13 COIIN-FED.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
19..1080 8405
cows.
1..HOO 8L50 17..1043 83.00
1..URO 1.50 13. . . . 990 2.00
8. . . . 81 1.BO 23. . . . 968 8.00
10. . . . 958 1.75 21. . . . 90J 2.22K
11IIT01IKH.H STOCK MIXKD.
31. . . . 777 82.00
NATIVK 8TKE11S OIIASSUBS.
5..lOtf
1..1370 2.00
cows.
23. . . . 914 82.10 Teschmachnr * De Blller.
WK8TKHN BTKintS.
63. . .10.50 82.75 Standard Cattle Co.
47. , .1137 2.55 Dm bin Land A Cattle Co.
40. . .103J 8.03 Win. Uonnct Cattle Co.
9 , . 974 3.00
13. . .1103 2.G5 Teschmachor A De Hlller
7. , .1053 2.65 " "
134 , .1114 8.00 " "
3U. . .1133 2.50 " "
" "
No. Av. Silk. Pr. iNo. Av. SJIik. Pr.
81..183 bO 84.50 74.,251 84.75
fc8..233 200l.f.0 f > 0. . .266 120 4.75
TJ..201 4.50 C5..25J 120 4.75
72..224 80 4.70 CO..200 100 4.75
78..211 200 4.70 03..275 80 4.75
07..235 120 4.70 78..838 240 4.75
74..231 100 4.73U 07..863 4.75
55 . . .279 80 4.75 ( , i.i',9 ! 80 4.75
66..258 120 4.75 61..293 4.bO
Stock Hold.
Showing thu number of hu.vl ot stock sold
on the market to-day :
CATTLE.
O. H. Hammond & Co 131
Local 123
Feeders 2J9
Shippers 31
Total 497
IIOOS.
Anglo American PacklngCo 1297
Total "l2U7
Unsold 200
All sales of stock in thw market are made
per cwt llvo weight unless otherwise stated.
Dead hogssollat i-fopnr Ib. tor all welzhts.
"Skins , " or ho < s weljhlng loss than 100 Itw.
no value. Prtuntint sows are ducked 43 loj.
and stais891bt. b/thaoublio inspector.
Stock Note * .
Cattle steady.
HORS drop another lOc.
The hot : market did not open until after
noon.
noon.W.
W. II. Rcaslo , Loup City , sold a load of
7oe hogs.
Wyatt Bros , Pine Uluffs , had twenty-live
loads of cattle here.
T. II. Cole , llartington , marketed a load
of 251 Ib. hojrs at 75c.
AmotiK those at the rards yesterday was
1'r.ink Lyons , Dunhip , la.
R. M. Allen , of Ames , was at the yards and
bought live loads of feeders.
Thomas F. Durbln was In with fourteen
loads of cattle from Rock Cieck.
Mr. Carall , Adalr , la. , came in with a load
of hogs which sold on thu market
Fuller , Smith & Fuller. Scribner , marketed
a load of 295 Ib. hogs at 81.80 ; the top of the
market ,
Mr. Matson , of Jlatson Uro ? . , Martlnsburc ,
Neb. , was hero and marketed n load nt butch
ers' stock.
A largo force of brick masons are expected
from Chicago on Monday , to bexln work ou
the Armour packing house.
The following had hogs on Saturday's mar
ket : C. liaxcr. Lincoln ; J. Lnnsini ; , Do-
Weesoll. ; ( Jund&Co. , Uladen ; 11. J. Ter-
nef , Ansley ; A. Mandebanm , Campbell ;
Krebbs & McFarland , McPaul ; John Lemkc ;
C. Schneider , Snyder ; Nve W. M. Co. , Llnd-
sey ; J. Cummin x , Talmage ; W. 11. Froc-
nian. Oakland ; W. H. licaglc. Loup City ;
D. Anderson. Columbus ; Hall & Muore , UiD-
bon ; 11. McClelland , Klnesaw.
OMAHA WHO ti US ; MilS MAHltKTS.
Saturday , bept. 17.
Prod ttoc.
The following are the price ? at which
round lots of produce are sold on Hits
market :
As usual on Saturdays , the receipts were
light and the market quiet. Prices tor the
most part are about steady. Old fowls are In
lair request at a little tinner prices.
HUTTKU f'rnamery , 23@30o per pound ;
choice dalrv , 17@l8c ; medium grades , 13@l5c ;
ordinary , 0@lOc ,
Eoos-Tho market Is steady at 132 > l2i < c
for cholco stock.
CIIKKSE Market fair. Fancy full cream
Cheddars , single 13c ; full cream twins , 13c :
young Americas 13fc ; brick cheese , 11X ) Ibs
In case. I4c ; Llmbenrer , 100 Ibs In case , ISJ c ;
Saun' fancy Ohio , 19c.
POULTUV Fair market ; sprint' chickens ,
32.XK ( 42.50 ; old fowls. 8.5.lX3.'ir ) ; ; ducks ,
S2.2.X$3.75 : turkeys , In very Unlit request ,
G@7c per Ib.
OvsTinis Now STork counts , 45c ; selects ,
35 < ; iOc.
GAME Receipts light : prairie chickens ,
S3 50 ; mallard ducks , S3.75@3.00. Quail ,
S2.00i2.'i'i ; teal and mixed ducks. Sl.OOCi41.75 ;
snipe , 75ciiS1.00 ( ; jack rabbits , 35c each ,
MELONS Watermelons are not in much de-
mandcholct ; > . S12.00@l4.oOper hundred ; can-
telopcs. 50@75c per doz.
CKI.KBY The receipts ere larger and the
stock better. Good stock brlnvs 35c a bunch.
CIIIKK Uholco Michigan elder , 0.00@6.50
per bbl of 33 cal.
POPCOKK Choice , for stands , l@2c per Ib.
TOMATOES Commission men are onlr
handllni ; a very fow. Uood stock 40@50c
per bushel ,
OJIIONS Cholco largo California onions
are offered on the market at 80c per bushel.
The demand Is light
SWKET POTATOKS The market is well
supplied and they sell at 3(5j3H'c ( per Ib.
CAUIIAQE California stock , lar o round
heads , 2 o per Ib.
Kio PLANT Slow sale at 00@75o per doz ,
foi choice stock ,
POTATOES The market Is well supplied.
Salt Lake and Colorado stock sells at 80$85c. (
Nebraska and Iowa block Gog65c per bushel.
HONEV Uood honey In neat one Ib.
frames ISo per Ib.
DEANS. Hand-picked naty , 33.00 per
bushel , and other grades down as low as
81.25. _
h'ruiti.
Order * /rom the country requiring se
lected stow and extra care in puckliut can
not au'/8 ( ( lie filled nt die same price *
quotcil to the local trade for common stock.
PLUMS There are no California plums
on the market A few home grown are corn-
In ; In and are Bellini ; at 11.50 per bushel.
PEACHES-- Choice California stock Is going
at 81.50(31.05. ( Michigan peaches are selling
at .VK$75c per lO-lo baskets.
GHAPKS The supply of houie-prown
grapes continues liberal. California , Tokay
and Muscat , 81.50 ; choice homo-grown ,
CKAII Ari'r.ns The supply Is light anil
thn demand very fair. Cholco Siberian , 81.00
per bushel.
OIIAXOEB Naples and Rod ! , cDolco.8C.00
00.50.
Qui.vcns California quinces , of large
SUP , 52.ooQ-i.25 per box.
CttiKHniiBiES The market In fairly r l
supplied with coed stock. Uell and cherry ,
89.50. Cape Cods will arrive In a few days
and will sell at 89.00 10.00.
LEMONS Tie supply liberal , with fair de
mand. cuoioc , io.ixxtff.9a ,
APM.KS The market U fairly well sup-
lied with good stock. Hlomc-ftrown and
Missouri stock U movln at 3330(23.00 ( ;
choice Mlchiean , S.l.00i3.'yk ) .
PEAR9-Callfornla Harriett pears are be
coming scarce , and good stock , suitable for
cshlpment , Is worth 33.00 ( 3.25 ; other varle-
Ics S3 50@'i75. " ,
BANANAS The market Ufull ot bananas
at Sl.50@'i.OO per bunch.
CocoANUTS-aood stock , S3.00.
Flour nnd @cc < t.
flic foUan-lnu arc UicloMilnattrtcfiii
Minnesota pKients , SAWtftrcwt ; Mluneso-
a Makers' straight , 83.20 p jcwt. ; Kansas and
Missouri winter fancy patents , S3:45W-.60 : ;
Nebraska patents , 83.aV33 # : rye Hour , 81.75
® l.lKporcwtryo ) ; ( Irahapi , S1.40 per cwt. ;
vlicat Urahara , ) } 1.75 per cwt ; corn ino.il.
vellow , We per cwt : corn "Ttieal , white. Sl.OO
icrcwt ; chonncd feed , Sl4.00 < $ iO.OO per ton ;
iran , S12.00 ( < tl3.00 per ton : screenings , S3. 00
© 12.00 per ton .
HAY Upland prairie , SS.OOQO.OO ; com-
non coarse , 87.UO@8.00.
Grocnr' *
Me ; Interior Java. 25 ' 2 o ; Mocha ,
Vrbuckle's , roasted , 20i/c ; Mcliatmnlln'H
XXXX , 20 < ic ; DllworthV , 20c ; Red Cross ,
20i'c. !
RKFIHKD LAUD Tierce , 7c ; 40-1 b square
cans , 7c : 60-lb round , 7ie ( ; 20-lb round ,
"v'tfo ' ; 10-lb nails , 7c ; 5-lb palls , 7f/c ; 3-lb
palls , 7Kc.
SUOAM Granulated , 7@7Vcconf. ; A , C f@
rwnlte extra C , 0 > S ( ; < OXe : extra C , OJ-fM
; yellow C , Ojic ; cut loaf , 7 , ; powdered ,
.
ROvisiONS-llauis , lW@lIJ < c : breakfast
> acon , HS' < 9'-'c : bacou sides lox uio c ; dry
salt , 9KS9jrc ( ; shoulders , 7@7 > c : dried boot
lams , 1 Unlike : dried beef regular , 10 > < ( ijllc ;
ams picnic , BjtSXc.
ad lumber
DRIED FRUITS Apples , new , } fa 60c ;
evaporated , 50-lb rlnir , I4 ( * 14 c ; raspberries ,
evaporated , 30c ; blackberries , evaporated ,
ll(3Ui.c ( ; ; pitted cherries , ceaches , new ,
's , 7 c : cvapornted pooled peacnes , c ;
jvaporatcd , unparcd , nj QlSc ; now currants ,
7 > ( tJ7J < c ; prunes , 4f(33c ( ; cllion , 25c ; rai
sins , London layers , California , loose
muscatels , Sl.BO l.85 : now Valenclas , 7Kc.
SYKUP No. 70 , 4-Kallon kegs. SlIO@l.f > 0 ;
Now Orleans , per gallon , 3S < a40o ; maple
8vrun. half Ibbs , "old tlmr. " per gallon , SOc :
1-irnllun cans , tier doz , 810.50 ; lialf-nallou
cans , per doz , 80.28 ; nuartcans , S3.2. ' ) .
CANNKD UOODS O\sters , standard , per
case , S3.00i3 ( 10 : strawberries , 3 Ib , per case ,
Si.NXieit.lO : ( ; rospberrlos , 2 Ib , per case , S3.00@
J.10 ; California pears , p r case. 54.00 < a4.70 ;
apricots , wr case , S4.10i4.2. ( ) ; peaches , per
cose , S5.75@5.85 ; white cherries , per case ,
56.00 plums , per case. $3.BO@3.W ) : blue-
i > erries , per case. 8-.30@J.40 ; eifg plums , 3
Ib. per cose , 2.50 : plnotuplas , 3 Ib ,
per case. 83.20@5.75 | i Ib mackerel , per doz ,
S1.GO : l Ib salmon , per doz , 8l.9 > ® 2.oy ; 2 Ib
rooscberrlcs , per case , 53.2vaJ.35 : ; 21bi strlust
jeans , per case , 51,75 ; 3 Ib lima beans , tier
case , M.OO ; t ) Ib marrowfat peas , per caset
82.50 'J.GO ; 2lboirly June uoas. per case ,
02.75 ; 3 Ib tomatoes , S3. 10Q2.50 ; 2 Ib corn ,
O335
PioKi.ua Medium , in bbls , S6.50 ; do In
half bbls , * > " > : small , In bbK 87.50 ; do In
lialf bbls. ! 54.2.- ; gherkins , In bbls , 88.50 ; do lit
halt bbls , 84.75.
WOODKNWABK Two-hoop palls , per dnz ,
ftl.45 : 3-iioop palls , 81.70 ; No. 1 tub , 86.51) ) ;
No. 2 tub , 85.50 ; No. 3 tub , 31.50 ; wash
boards , Sl.75 : assorted bowls , S2.25 ; No. 1
: hurns , 89 ; No. 2 churns , 38 ; No. 3 churns ,
TOIIACCO Lorillard'sCltinax. 44o ; Splen
did , 4lc ; Mechanic's Delight , 41c ; Legsett &
Meyer's St.tr , 41c ; Cornerstone , 34e ; Drum-
moiid'.s llnrse Shoe , 41c ; T. J. , 37c ; Sorg's
Spearhead , 44c.
ROPE Seven-sixteenths [ Inch , 12X@12J.fc.
STAUCH Mirror Uloss , 5Kc ; U raves Corn ,
OUc ; Oswego < ! loss , 7c ; Oswego Corn. 7c.
RKOOMS Extra 4-tle.$2.60 ; No. 1.52.IX ) ; No.
" 81.75 : heavy stable , 84 "
CANDY Mixed , SXfflilcl stick , 8H@9 } c.
CHACKEHS Oarneau s soda , , butter nnd
picnic. 4j e : creams , 7 > c ; ginger snaps , 7 > < c :
cltv soda , 7Kc. '
Tr.AS Japan , 20a55c ( ; gunpowder,20@CXc
Ynitn Hyson.2.r > ( a.r.c ' ; Oofong , 20 ( < i60c ,
JKi.nr.8-3Q-lb p'alla. 33.00.
General Alarkots.
SPIRITS Cologne spirit9,11b3 proof , 51.10 ;
do 101 proof , 81.12 ; spirit ? ) second quality ,
101 proof , 81.10 ; do IBS proof , S1.09. Alcohol ,
tucky and Pennsylvania ryes , 83.00@fi.5U ;
( iolden Sheaf bourbon and rye whiskies ,
St50@:3.ou. : Urandlos , Imported , Sr .ou@3.50 ;
dnmestic. SK30i : i.M ( ) . Oins , Imported. S4.5 ( > @
6.00 : domestic. 81.25(33.00. ( Champairiies ,1m-
jortcd , per case , S3S.OO@.00 : ! : ! ; American , per
case. S1U.000410.OU.
UKAVY llARDWAUE-lron , late , 52.70 ;
plow steel , special cast , 4Kc ; crucible steel ,
6 c ; cast tools , cm. I2dlbc ( ! ; waon spokes ,
per 8ft , S2.00 ( > H.50 : hubs , PIT sel , 31.21 ; lul-
, oo8 , sawed dry , $1.00 ; tongues , each. Wc ) ;
"xles , each , 75c ; square nuts , pcrlb , 6@7c ;
con clialn , pt'r Ib , 6 > < ; @iic : ; malleable , 8cilic ( ( ;
iron wedges , 6c ; crowbars , Cc : bnirow tx eth ,
4/Vc' spring steel , 4ii)5o ( ) ; Uurden's horse
shoes. S4.75 ; Uurdoii's mule shop.s. 8."i.75.
Barbed wire' In car lots , S 1.00 per 100 Ihs.
Iron nails , rates , 10 to 53 S2.10 ; sleel nails ,
.
i.t
HIDES Green butchers' , 5XOc ; creen
cured , 7J c ; dry flint , lie ; dry salt , 9c ; green
ralf skins , 7 > { c ; danuiL'ed hides , two-thirds
price. Tallow He. ( Jreasu Pi line white. Bo ;
yellow , Sc ; brown , l } c. Sheep cults , 25 ®
40C.
40C.CoAr.
CoAr. Kge , S'.2nut ' : , 0.50 ; range , 89.50 ;
Iowa lump , S.00 : ! ; Iowa nut , 82.75 ; walnut
block. 553.00 ; Illinois , 81.2504.75.
under groccoles. _
Dry Goods.
COTTON FLANNKLS 10 per cent trade dls
count-LL , 6c ; CC , 7 'c ; SS. 8J c ;
Nameless , 5Wc ; No. 5 Oc ; KE , a c ;
( } ( J , 10'ic ; XX , I2c ; OO , He ; NN , lOc ,
RX , IKc ; R , 2Uo : No. 10. Xe ; 40 , lOKc : 00-
lOXc : 80 , 15c ; SO , Colored , lOc ; 50 , colored.
12c ; 70 , colored , 15c ; Bristol , IS c ; Union
Pacific. 18c.
CAIIPRT WAiiF-Blbb white , 18 > < c ; col
ored , 20Kc ,
BATTS Standard , Sc ; Gem , He ; Beauty ,
ISJic : Boone , He ; 11 , cased , 80.50.
PIHNTS SOMU.COI.OHS Allan t\5Xc : : Sla
ter 5o : Berlin Oil OKc ; Garner Oil 0 to7. PINK
AND JlouKS Richmond Oc ; Allen Oc ; River-
point 5c ; Steel HlvcrCn : Richmond Oc ; Pucilic
C c. INIXUO Hi.tin Washlngtiin Oc ; Ainerl-
can6Jc ; Arnold 6J < o ; Arnold II lie ; Arnold
A 12c ; Arnold Uoldseal lOJ c. Ditr.ss Charter
tor Uak4 c ; i < amapo35fc : LodHKc ; Allen
5 > c : Richmond 5J c ; Windsor Gc ; Eddystouo
UiNonAM-Plunkett checks 7 > fo : Whltten
ton 7/c ! ; York 7 c ; Mormandlo Dress
8UTc ; Calcutta Dress BJ c ; Whittenton
Dies < U ; Runfrow Dress 9c to
CAMIIUICS Slater 4Kc ; Woods 4 > c ; Stan
dard 4 > c ; Peacock 4Jic.
COUSKT JIIANS Atidroscoggin 7 c ; Kuar-
sage 7 c ; Rockport 0 > fu ; Conuhtoga 0tfi\
DOCK West Point 1W ln.,8oz. . 10 > < c ; West
Point' * ! ) In. . 10oin ' 8fc } : West Point 29 In. ,
12 oz. , 15c ; West Point 40 in. , 11 oz. , lOc.
Chpcks-Calfdonla X. 9Ko : Caledonia XX ,
lOKc ; Kconomv 9 to 0) ) c ; Otis 9 to 9Kc.
TICKS Liiwlston 80 In. , 12 > c : Lnwiston 33
in. . ! 3Kc ; York 33 In. , I4c ; Swift Rivi > r7Kc :
oz. , 13c ; York 7oz. , 13c ; Havmaki'r 8 } o ; Jaff-
ryy XX. HJie : Juffroy XXX , 12Kc ; Beaver
Creek AA , 13c ; Beaver Creek BB , He ;
Beaver Crook CO. lOc. tn1
KKNTUCKY JKANS Memorial 15o ; Canton
18c ; Durham 27 } < c : Hercules 18c ; Leaming
ton 22Xo ; Cottswold 25e ,
CUASII Stevens' UlOc ; bleached 7o ; bto-
vons * A 7Hc : bleached BXcfrstuveiis1 P S c :
bleached 9Kc ; Stevens' A OXo ; bleached
. , , .
MiscKLi.ANicoufl Table < ll cloth 82.85 ;
plain Holland 8Uc to9o ; Dado Holland 12Uc.
FLANNELS Plald lEafutuian 200 ; Goshun
32Xc ; Clear Lake 83 > fc ; Mapln City 80) < c.
WlJitb-O. U. No. 3. 21c ; GH. No. 1'jf ,
27Kc ; B. H. No. 3 , Jf. IfJKc ; B. 11. No. 1 , jtf.
SOc : Quechce No. 1. ; / , 43c ; Quecheo No. a ,
4' 37Wo ; Quechce No. 3 , Jf , SiXcAnawan \
13Kc ; WlndKor 23KoRedC. . 24 inch , 15 > < n ;
K. 24 Inch , 21e ; GU , 24 Inch , 18c ; II. A. F.Jf ,
25c ; J. It. F. , K. 27J < c ; U. , Jf ( 35c.
CoMFOItTKRS S0.6085.00.
BLANKETS While , 31.00Q7.50 ; colored ,
BIUIWN SiiEKTiNO'j-AUantlc ' A , 4-4 ,
Atlantln II , 4-4 , 7c ; Atlantic D. 4-4 , 0 > < c ; At
lantic P. 4-4 , 5J/c ; Aurora LU 4-4 , 5Jic ;
Aurora C. 4-4.4Vc ; Crown XXX. 4-4 , 6l < c ;
JlooslorLL , 4-4,6 0 ; Indian Head , 4-4 7Wc ;
Lawienco LL , 4-4 , 6Jfc ; Old Dominion , 4- } ,
5J < c ; PeppcrcllR , 46Xc ; I'nppercil O , 4-4 ,
Oc ; PupDerell , M. lOc : l'eppert-11 , 9-4 , 18c :
Popperell. 10-4 , COc ; Utlca C. 4-4. 4jfc ;
Wachusett , 4-4 , 7cj Aurora R , 4-4 , C fc ;
Aurora B , 4-4 , Oc.
BI.RACIIKD SIIKKTINO Berkeley cambric.
No. 00 , Ukc ; Best Yet , 4-4 , OUo ; butter cloth
00,4 o ; Cabot , 7Ko : Farwull , bo : Fruit of
Loom , Bc ; tireene G , 6c ; Hope , 7) ) c ; King
1'hllllp cambric , lie ; lxnsdale. lUc ; ( von--
dale , 8) ) < o ; New York mills , lOUc ; Pepperell ,
43 Incli , lOWc ; Prpperell. 43 lllc like ; Pep-
perell , 8-4 , ISo ; Poppurell , M , 18c : Pepperell.
9-4. UOo ; Pcpperell , 10-4 , VMt c : Cinton , 4-4 ,
8)/c ; Canton , 4-4 , Wc ; Truinvr > h , Po ; Wam-
sutta , lie ; Valley , 60. .
Dry Inimhor.
DtMRMSIO.fS AMD TIMIir.lts.
. 14 ' '
111 tt. id rtlzo ft'w ft'si ft
w.txW6o3i.wsL ) ! ! fie
IB -
31.oU.Xl.ftO
2X10 . 0
1x12. . . . , .ss . w.w ) 2U.M SIMJ a .w
XI-SX9. 19.60 iW.W SI
ri.ooitiNO.
V 0 In. While Pine S.T..W ) O , saiso
11 ' : a.no l ) , ai.oo
K ' " " ( Sol. Koncln.111.00 )
stand 2nd , clear , 1.1'f Inch. s.3s 850.50
kl , clear , l Inch , s. 2 s. , 45.50
" " Itf , IK , 3 In 4fl.ro
A select , 1 Inch , s. 3 s. . 40.0D
1 " 1'h 1 .3 In 44.00
" l fnch , B. 'l ? . , > .oo
1 " itf , IX , 2 In 37.00
rupL.vn I.VMIIKII.
Clear Poplar , iUds. . K I"3 s.--SIWiO
" Kin. Panel , s. Us 27.00
" " Corrugated Celling , K23.50
ll.VTTKNS , WKLL TU11INO , I'lCKKT * .
O.a.BalU , 2 > 800.75
" Xx3 in , Mft. 00.45
In Well Tubing. D A M and Bov 2'UX )
Pickcls , D. A ; n. Flat 20.50
" " Square 81.00
So. 1 , com. s 1 s 818.00 No. 2 , com , sis 817.00
No. 3. 815,50 No. 4 , 813.00
FKNCINO.
No. 1 , 4iVrOln , 13 A 14 ft , roueli 319.W
So. 1 , " " 16 " " 19.50
Vo.3 , " " 1314" " 10.00
No. 2 , " " 10 " " 17.50
HIDINO.
A. 13. 14 and 10 ft 321.50 C , 315.50
B. ' " " 20.50 D. 12.50
CEILINO AM ) rAHTITIOX.
1st com , X In Whlto Pine Celling S34.00
2nd " " " " " 28.00
Clear , & In. Norway " " 10.00
ndconi. a ln. " " " 14.00
STOCK IIOAI1DS.
A 13 Inch 3.1 8 345.50
No. 1 , com. 13 In. s. 1 s. , 13 ft M.50
" ' " 14 rt 19.00
" " " 10 ft 18.50
No. 2 , " " " 10.00
" " " 16 ft 17.50
Inch ( ironveil Roofing 31.00 per M more
than 12 Inch Stock Boards same length.
BIUNOLKfi. l.ATIL
XXclear . .S3.10 KxtraA * 82.90
* A * Standard . . 3.75 * AHB&B 8.55
0 in. clear No 1. . 1.50 Lath 2.05
POST * .
White cedar , C In. , H - . " " "c ; 9 ' nrs. , lie ;
H In. qrs. , lOc ; 4 In. round 15c ; Tcnnussuo
Red Cedar , split , 15c : Split Oak. ISc.
I.IMK. KTC.
Rulncv white llmo ( best ) , 90c ; Akron ce-
ntont , Sl.75 ; hair , 0c ; plaster , 82.75 ; tar
hoird. Sl.75 ; sash , 40c percu ; doors , 40 per
ct. : blinds , 40e per cu ; mouldings , 40c per
3tjtar felt i > cr cwt , 2.75 ; straw board ,
SOUTIinilN YKLLOW 1'INE.
Com. 4&6In. Flooring 317.50
Star " " 21.50
Clear % In. Celling 81.50
" * i In. Partition a5.00
" Vinlsh.lt&I'Vln.s.Ss 29.00
" Corrugated Celline , 4 In 8,5.00
" Yellow Pine Casing and Base. . . 27.00
No. 1 Plain. 8 A 10 in. ! . . . ' 519.50
No.2 " 17.50
No. 1 , O. O. , 8 In 19.50
CIPITAL PRIZE , $150,000.
"We do hereby certify that we supervise the
arrangements for nil tlio Monthly anil Hemi
Aiiiuiiil Drawlnh'-i of The Louisiana SUUo hot
Icry Company , and In person munairo nml con
tiol the driiwitiKS thuinHOlvos , anil thttt the
pnmo nro conducted with honesty , fairness iinil
in good fnltli towiinl all ptrtlns. nnd wo nuthor
170 the Company to use this certificate with ffiu
Hlmlloa of our signature attached , In Us advor
tlsomcnts. "
COMMISSIONnilS.
Wotho iinilorglnoI/loJik' ( nnd nnnkcrs will
pay all Prizes dr wn"irt Tbo IxiiiieliuiH Stnto
Lotteries which may bo presented utour coun
ters.
, T. II. OOI.KSHY , Pros. Louisiana National Ilk.
riKltlti : I.ANAUX , I'ns. BUto NBtlonil Uc !
A. ] IAI.n\VIN , 1'rci. Now Orleans Nat'llfilllU
CAUL UU1IX , I'res. Union Nntlon * ! Hank.
U NPRECKDENTKlTATRTACTION !
OVER HALF AJILLION DISTRIBUTED.
LonisuHia State Lottery Company
In'ccirponitoil In 13M.for2.iy , ' riby the Log IMntura
fur t'lliio.illotiHl ami rlmrltitme yurpo f wltli a
o.'ipltnl of Jl.nuo.OOU-to whlcn urosorro fund of over
' . hits rilnce . .
Hy HU overall L'hulnn l" > I llHr vote IM Ir ncUlie wai
mnno n unrt of the nresontatato constitution adopted
DiTcniLcr'-'nd , A. It. 17.1.
The only lottery ever voted ou and ondorsud
tiyibo pcoplool uny stall1.
It newer nemos or nostponcH.
Its Qrnnil Slnk'lo Number Drawings taltopluoo
monthly , and tlioKoml-Annuitl DrHWlnua TOR
larly every six months ( Juno nnd Doi-emlior. )
A SPf.r.NUII ) Ol'l'OllTUNlTV TO WIN A
FOHTUM ? . Tenth Ornnd Drftwinir , clnn K ,
In the Acndemy of Music , Now Orlnans. Tues
day , October 11 , 18S7 IVJth Monthly Dniwlntf.
CAPITA I , PIUZE , I.10.OOO.
( "Notice-Tickets are Ten Dollars only.
Halves , $5. Fifths , $2. Tenths , Si.
LIST OK PHIZES.
1 CAl'ITAijPHlZK OF $150,000. . $1M > ,000
KUIAND | 'ltr/i : OF M.OOO. . . . 50,000
1 UKANDI'UIZKOP W.OOO. . . . iO.OOO
2 LAKQK I'HI/.HSOP 10.000. . . . ! M,00) )
4 LAHOE 1'HIZKS OK 6,000. . . . ZO.OW
oi' 1,000. . . .
50 501) . . . . 26,000
100 300. . . .
ZOO 200. . . . 40,000
KM 100. . . . 60,000
Ari'HOXIMATIOJf PniZIS.
100 Approximation Pri/.ud of } : iOO. . . . | 10floa
Itw " " 2iO. . . . M.OOJ
100 " " 100. . . . 10,000
lUTormlnnl ) ) " H ) . . . . fiu.OJi )
2,1711 1'rlzes nmonntlnir to . J.TO.QflO
Annllcntloii for mtc to club MiotiM tie msao onlr
to thouniroaf Ihncoinpany In Now Orlonni.
Furfuithor Infnrmnllnn write rle.irly. glvlnj full
aildri'M. I'OSTAI , NOTK8 , eipron monejr orJors.or
New York Kxchnnuo In ordin rr lotter. Curruncr bf
eapret , ( at our "Monwii n.1.1. . . . . ,
, ,
Nu\r OIILEANS , fa. ,
Or ar. A. iA riii > ,
WASIIINOTOrf , 1) . C.
Address Jtculate.rfiil letters to
NJS\V OKI.KANS NATIONAL HANK
NK\VOllIKN3
_
IV F M V , lU nV It I aanerali That the llenireKsrJ presonod anil or
Earlr , who lire In charxe of the ilrairliiu , i , auj r-
antee ot ttbvilutn ralrncsi and Inteicruir , that tbi
chsnoci Rrealluqu it. nni ] tbat no one caa possibly
aiTlne what number will draw a 1'rlta.
HRMIiMIIKIt that the parment of all nrl as Is
OUAIUNTEEIl I1V rOIIll NATKIVAT , IIAVKSor NOW
Orleanx , ancl tbo Tickets Hro Blzneii by the presldont
ot an Institution * who e chtrtorel rttfhts nre rocov-
nlied In thn hlchest pnurti ; therefore , bowuru ot anf
Imitation * or ununrraous Bchum4i
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
-woj-uitiaun
BOYNTON FURNACE CO. ,
Salt Uanufacturtn of
BOYNTONS
RANGES CHEATERS ,
With Alt MODEHN Irnprovoments.
47 and 49 Dearborn St. ,
J. H. MANNY , MANAGER. , CHICAGO.
TOD iAUB ar
HENRYE COX.OniaU , Neb ,
OMAIM JOBBERS' ' DIRECTORY
Agricultural Imp/ements.
nfnLPAi
Whol Mlol > oaltrln
Agricultural .Implements , Wncrons ,
Curlacoa ani > tttidilpn. Jones Mroct , belwutn 1Kb
iialinh.Omiitiii.Nob.
tl" METCALF CO. ,
Agricultural Implements ,
\T eoni.rnrrlngc > i. lluggtna , Ete. , Whn1etAtv.Oin.iM >
PARLINOItE\I01tl MARTIN
Vfholemlo llralcra In
Agricultural Implements ,
( Vwiotn and fluenlei. SOIftO.yni nnd 807 , Jonei it
I * . P. MAST iV Co. ,
Mniiufnrluwr * nf
I > rllltt,8cnlcv * , Cultivators
liar lliikes , RMpr.Mlllt nmt l.utinn I'nlrorttoM. Cor.
North llth iind Nlrluil.ui Sta.
WINONA IMPLEMENT CO. ,
IttiolcMlaAiirtcultural Implements
Wagons and nugalos. ornor Htli A Nicholas gts.
Artist * ' Material ,
A. HOSPE , JR. ,
Artists' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
. ! 1.1 Pouglai Ftroet , OmaJm.
i
Boots and Shoes.
w. r. MOSSE & co.
Jobbers of Hoots and Shoes.
till Farnam at. , Omaha. Neb. Minufactorr , Summet
trr t , llonlon.
KlKlsliM > Al.l. . JUNKis V CO.
Surcrasors to It ceil , Jonnn A Co , ,
WholcMilo Miiiiul'iipturers of Hoots Sc Shoos.
Airts fur Huston Itulibcr Shoo Co.
lfH. HIM ii'fi > > . „ . , . r nnim. vir | * ki
Coffee , Spites , Etc.
Cl < Ai < Ni ! . Cul'l-'nK CO. ,
OmnlmOilTooiinil SplcoMIII * . Tons , Coffros ,
bpiet's , llnkiiiK 1'owdor , i'luvnrlnur Kxlrnctl ,
I.iuinili-y liluo Ink , etc. H11-141U linrnoy St
OiniUm. Nobrnakii ,
Crockery and Glassware
W. L. WRIGHT ,
/gent for 'he Manufacturers and Importer * of
Crockery , Glassware ,
Lamps , Chimneys , etc. Office , 317 South llth ( t
Oniaha , Neb. .
Commission and Storage.
D. A. HURLEY ,
Commission and Jobbing.
Batter , Kgisand I roduee. Consltrr.monts solicited.
llcailqunrtnrs for BUmuwaru , Kerry llorcn Bud
Urnpo llaskeis. 1114 IKjJgostreetUmaba.
RIDDELL a > RIDDELL ,
Storage and Commission Morchnnti ,
Bpcclulilos Uiitter. Kutn. l'lu'e o , Poiltr/ , ( Jams ,
OjJterJ. etc. , etc. 1U3. ilth St.
WIEDEMAN A CO. ,
Produce Commission Merchants ,
Poultry , Butter , Qnmo , nults. * lc. 210 8. luhlt
Omaha. Neb.
GEO SCHROEDER & CO. ,
SuccostoM to MuSUunu iV
1'roilucu Commiaslou nml Co
Omahu , Noti.
Coal , Coke and Lime.
Qio. F. iMiiAan , Pro * . C. F. aoontcAH , V. Pm.
J. A. HUNDIIlLAifD , Hoc. and Treas.
OMAHA CO A I , , COKE if LIME
COMPANY
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal.
3VJ South Thirteenth Htreot , Omaha , Nob.
Mannfticturers of Illinois White Lime.
And nhlpptjrii of Coal nnd Coke , Cemunt , IMimler *
IJinn , Hair. Uro Itrlik , llraln. Tile anil Si'wer 1'ipo.
onion , I'.ixtoil riutct. Ku im tt. , Omilia , Nvb.
Tulephoni ) bll.
NliURASKA FUEL CO. ,
rs of Coitl and CuJcs ,
214 S. lllth 8t.Omnhu , N'oh.
Dry Coo'fs and Notions.
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3f. E. SMITH C CO , ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods & Notions
1103and 1104 nouxlnn , cor.llth Ht.OmnhaNeb.
K1LPATR1CK-KOCH , DRY GOODS
CO. ,
Impoitors nnd Jobbers Try Qonilg. Notions ,
Ocnts' FiiriilsblMif dooJa. Cor. llth .t Ilimicy
Bt" . . Onvhn.
Furniture.
ItEWEY C STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers In Furniture.
Farnam sL. Omaha. Nob.
CHARLES SIWERICK ,
Furniture , Bedding , Upholstery ,
Ulrrors , etc. 1806,1208 and 1210 Farnam nt. , Omaha
Groceries ,
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
Noc. 705,707 , 7U9 nnd 711 S. 10th St. Omahu. Neb.
McCORD , BMAVY < C CO. ,
Wholesale Grocery
ltn and Tiearenirorth Bts.Omuhu.
Li. rti. Siiiiii r. i\j U , ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
121 . 1221.1231 Harnoy St. , Omolm , Neb.
ALLEN BROS. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
llHiind llin Ilnniiy Strort.Oinnhn.
Hardware.
Jobbers of Ilarilwaro and Nnila ,
Tinware , fihcct Iron , Klc. AKOUM for IIowo Bculei ,
anil Miami Powiicri'o..Oiniiha.Nnli.
H1ME11A UGH < 15 TA YLOR ,
BuIIdors'Hardware&ScjiIoHepairShop
Mechanics' Tools and IlutTiilo Scales. 1400 lounln t ,
> jy Omaha , Nub.
KhA-IUK \Vll.llI-L.M V CO. ,
H'holeaale Ilanlifare ,
IQtli nnJ linrnoy Ptroi'ts , Oinahii , Nob.
Wostci n AiruntR lor Austin I'owdor Co. , .liiiror-
Kin Stful Nails , Kaliliunka titnmliiiil S
Heavy Hardware
W. , T. ItROATCH
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Stool ,
Bprl K9 , Wagon Stork , Hardware Lumber , etc. KXK
anil lilt lltrnoy st. , Onmlm.
JSDNEY cC GIBRON ,
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
Wagon and CurrliiKo Wood Stock , Heavy Hurdwar * .
Ktc. 1217 and lil Leiiycnworth et. . Onmlm. Nob.
Hats , Ccps , Ete.
W. L. PARROTTE & CO. ,
Wholesale llatn , Caps < C Straw
( noils ,
II i Ilanioy Street , Otnnhn , Null.
Liquor * .
Dletlllors of Mqunrs , Alcohol itnd Bplrlti. Importer !
and Jobbers of Wlnesanui Liquors ,
WILLOW SPRINGS DISTJLLE'Jt
CO. and ILER < CO. ,
Importer ! and Jobbert of Hne Wlnea and Mauora.
Kolamanu eiur r of Keuneilr'n Kast Indlnlilt *
tursunJ Donifl'.lol.lquori. 111 ? llnrnujHt.
Lumber.
OMAHA TXTMKER COt
Du.ile' . . All Kinds of
Building Mntorlal at Wholcsalo <
18th Htrnet anO Union 1'solllo Truck , Omaha.
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I At HIS llRADFORIt ,
Dealer in I.iiinlior. Lath , Linu > , Hash ,
Uoori.Ktc. Vardi-Corner7th nnd lJuu.'lii i Cornet
tlthanil l ) < iujl s.
C. N. D1ETX ,
Lnmbor.
l"lh and California ftrects , Oinnlm. Koh.
JFREl > IF. GRAY ,
Lnmbpr , Lime , Cement , Ktc. , Ktc ,
O'r.flb and i > ODtas ti. . OnittUu.Na > .
T. W. ILUtVEYLUMIIEH CO. ,
To Dealers Only.
Office , 00) Kurnnn ktreetOaiaba.
OMAHA JOBBERS' ' DIRECTOR !
COAS. R. LEE ,
Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood C rp U nd rirancl Flooring. th unit IKiaglx
Omiha.
JOHN A. WAKFJ-'JKLD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Klc.
ImpoHirt nrt Amorlrnn IVrtUnd CtmrnU StU
Autnt lorilllwHukro llTJrniilin Omuuluiul llett
White Mmo. _
Millinery and Italians.
iTSl tFJil lKU V . ,
Importorflnnd Jobbers of
Mlllinei'if and Notion * .
UVV-IU mul 212 S. llth St.
Motions.
ROIIINSON KOTION
Whol i le Doftltrt la
Motions and FurniH.iIng Goods ,
inland 0i B. Tonttt St. , Omthn.
V1NYARU AsSCUNKIDKK ,
Wholesale Notion * ami Gent * ' Fur *
ninliiiiff ( Joint * ,
1105 Iliii noy Street , Oinnlm , Nob.
Oils.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Dcalora In
Rejiticd and Lubricating Vila ,
AxloOron o , oth Onmlm , Noh.
A. II. lllshop , Mannyor.
PAPER
CARPESTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale I'lijior Dealer * .
Curry nice tire * or Printing. Wrnpplnj mid Wrt
lag pupor. S | > o liiluttciitliii ( Iran to c r lo io
CM era
Printers' Materials.
iNNKirsrAPER UNION
Auxiliary Publishers.
Dealers In Trpo. Proisot nml Prlntori' Bupplla * . EM
boiith T eltth Slrci't.
Rubber Goods.
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O31AIFA RUIUIER CO. ,
Manulncturer nnd Dealer ! In all klnd.ot
Uulibor ( > ooiU ,
Oil Clothlnz mil I.eiutii > r lloltliiit. IXH ( Karnani St.
S.eam Fittings , Pumps , Etc ,
A.L. STRANG CO. ,
Pnmps , Pipes nnd Engines.
W m , Wnter , Rallwnr and MlllInK Supplies.
no , UXI nd SC4 Karunul BU , On h , Mel. .
CHURCHILL PUMP CO. ,
Wholosalu Pumps , Pipe , Fittings ,
Btonmnnd Wmtor Suppll s. llenJqunrtorn fur Mul
Ko" tO > ' Oo < y1 . liu nriiiiiii > t. , Oinaliu. Nttb.
U. S. WIND ENGINE and PUMP
COMPANY.
ITMIadarWInd Mllni etoam nnd W ler Riipplt * *
VlumhlnffUocdi , ntjftlnx , Hone. U19 and V for *
uamtl. , Oninhn. 8. K. Kolton , "
Telephone No.210.
JIROWNELL P CO. ,
Manufacturers and Dealer * In
Engines , JJoilcrs & General Muchlnory
tilicot Iron Work.Bloum 1'uinps. S < U\T Mills.
] ' 'iMil3 ; : Luavimwortli St. , Uuiubiu
Seeds.
PHIL. STIMMKL & CO. ,
WIlor.KSAr.E
Farm , Field anil Garden Seeds ,
NOR. tlll-Ulll Jones Street , Onmlm , Neb.
Storage , Forwarding & Commission.
ARMSTRONG , PETTIS & CO.
Sloraiic , Farmirillng 0 Coin teuton
Ilritnch honso of thv llcnnev niiKK'Co Itnir-
trios tit wlioloiulo nml riitull. Nan. 13H , 1,110
nml IIIW I/.urd SU , Uniiihu , Nab. Teluphoti *
No. 7CO.
Teas and Cigars
WM. A. WILSON & CO. ,
Importer ! * anil Jobbers of
'Iras and Ciuars , J
Spices and Daisy Uniting I'owdor. 141lt ntI I Mitt . *
linrnoy Hlreot. , Omiihu , Nub. j
OMAHA MilHllRCTURERS.
Cornier. .
OR C
John Kponcter , Prop.
Mannfaotnrer of OalTanliod Iron and Cornice. 4)1
] > od e and 103 and 105 N , Will ( . , Omalin.Nob.
Smoke S a ks , Boilers , Etc
JJ. K. SA WYEfi ,
Mantifncttirln ? Dealer in SmokeStackg ,
llrltihlntf * , Tanlci. and ( ieno ill Holler Itopalrltit ,
111 % iloil"n troc > ( ln > nlia
Iron Works.
"rAXTON < ,
Iron Works , , ?
Wrought and Cait Iron BulliilnK Work. Iron Btaln ,
ItnllTu K , Beams and ( llrdors , Mioam Knulneii , Uraai I
Work , uimoral ( foundry , Macblno and IllsckBiulUl
Vfork. Office an JWorka , U.I' , lly. mul 17th § tre t. 1
OMAIwiRhiSsiRON WORKS ,
ManufucturorB ot
Wire and Iron Railings , Icslf Nails ,
Window Guards , FloworStands , Wire Blgnoto.
1SI N. Kith.
OMAHA SAFE & IRON WORKS
G Andreln , Proprietor.
MnmiCnoturer nf Flro anil Rurglnr I'ront Safus.
Vnulls , Jell Work. Iron mul Wlro KonelnK ,
HIJ.-IIK , olo. Cor. llth nnd JnokHon-st. Oiimhn ,
Overalls.
"jtlANU
COMPANY ,
llanufactiircra of OvorallH ,
lean * Pants , Shirts , Ktc. UK andllW llou la > Stroclj
Omaha , NoU.
Sash , Doors , Etc.
M. A > smowi co. ,
WholOKalo Manufacturers ot
Rasli , Doors , Bliiula anil Houldiiip/s / ,
Urn rich oSlco.niU and Ur.M it . ,
ItOIIN MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers , of Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
Moiild'/iKK-fiuilr ' Work and Interior Hard Wood rinltt
Juut ui'ouuj. ' N. K. cor. 8th and LuuvouwurtuUtt.
Omubu , Nub.
OMAHA 1M..AN.NU Mil.I. CO. ,
Miinnfaclnri'i-H of Moulillim'H , i-asli , Doors iind
'iiriilnif ritiilr-wurk. IJunk and
Olllcu KlttliiKA
20th nnd I'oppli ion Avenue ,
Breviers ,
STORZ , C TLER ,
IiOKor J5cor Urowers ,
1131 North Uth Strciot , Omaha , Neb ,
SOUTH OMAHA.
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C. . ' . . N. P. IIIUIIMAN. J. II. IIJ.ANCII Allll
PALM Kit , 11 1C UMAX ! ) CO. ,
//fi' Stock CtiiHiniKsliiii Merchants ,
OUIcp Idiom 31 , Opponlto Kiolianuo lliillaln.'r ,
Union Block Viinln , tioiith Oniuhit , Not ) ,
Live SSdclc Coiiinilrisloii Mcrcliiiut-f.
M r ot Fnrnl lioJ free oiijpplliitl'in. . titmkari n
ft > Hi1ers furnUhnl on RO ) ' | term . Roferonoo
Onmlm Milloiml Kink nnd Hojtn Oinah : N.itUn i
Union btock Vurdt , Ho Jth Um ilm ,
LORIMKR"WUSI'ICRPLI ) & MALKY
Lire Nto'k Unminliilon ,
Itonin 15 Uxr-h.uiKi ) liililillilif , I'nlon ' Sloclc
Viuils. riouth Oiiiiilni , Noli.
MORN & "SHAI < PK ,
Commission Doiilors In I.lvo Stiuk , Doom 2lKv <
( huiiKi' llnlldhiK , Union retook ViH. , S. Ornnli'i
Itoii'imicris llnliiu Nut'l lh > nl < , nniiihiillnliii
Slocn ViinlB llnnk. H , Diiuiha , I : . H , Uowloy ,
I'n s. Am. Hunk \Trutt Co. , Omuho. _ _
ALKXANUUR ft KITCH ,
CoinniU inn Doaluri In I.lvo Stock , lloora - . ' ,
OpixHlIu l' < i'iuiiiri ) < lliiiUlnic , Union Stock
, 'nnln , houtli Uuiali.i , Nub ,
UXJONfiTOVK YARDS CO. ,
Of Onmlia.
J.lrclU'l. Jolin Kk Ilojtd , S'jpflrinterJcnt.