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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; OIUESPAY , OCTOBER 2.
Whotit Grontly Excited nnd Subject
to Mnny Fluctuations.
A VERY DANGEROUS CONDITION.
KvrrytliltiK In n Stnto of ConlnMcin
Hncli Dealer HIIHV Wntclilni : His
Own DrnN Corn Quint nml
1' It-ill Quotations.
CHICAGO IO MAUKKT.
Cin < Afio , Oct. 1. ( Special Tclfgnim to
TUB Ur.n , Tlic wheat market wnn riuiot
nnd ( icacuful for tlio llrst hour this morning ,
but from uuout 11 :15 : or 11 : " 0 on to the < -los > o
It wiis prcatiy excited und Rubjccl to vlok'iit
price IluftuatiotiB. It was ono of the mos > t
nervous inailtcta that hui been witnessed ,
nnd to tht- trade in pencriil it was recognized
us morn dunperous than on any day lust
weik CompanitUuly siicaltinf. , few people
weio ( Inertly interested in the outcome of
the Sfptt mber wheat deal , but to-duy the
wlioli list of wliont futures was affected.
The hmtor.v of the day is a difficult ono to
compress into the limitn of a market review.
KvcTjtln.if. was in a state of tonfuMui , anil
people were too busy watching their trades
to | ? > U' Mpi'i-ml thought to causes , or to on-
pnpn in root rc'llcction. The opening range
was il O.i for October , $ ! .OIJ for December
and * 1 ol for May. The marled eased oft to
i-1 O't for October nnd $1.0i : ) ; for December ,
May loniammi ; steady and even rulvnnc-
ing slij.'htli , widening out the premium
to lc. The market turned upon good buying
bv commission houses. The Clifton failure
made traders nervous. December wheat
wt nt to $1 01. and then to il.U.1) , Mny at the
name time advancing to $ > 1.0.V4 , up to § 1. 0(1. (
There was no special commotion , but sud-
denli the market got into u state of violent
rxiik'mmt. Haxter bepan bidding for De
cember That seemed to bo tliu starting
point From $1. 0.1 December shot up to1.0 ,
nnd May to f 1 07Jf. There were jumps of
J.iJ& ' c between trades , and brokers found it
impossible to execute orders within ! ( " - ! ' c
of the limits. The seeno was ono of the great
est conceivable confusion. Nobody could
give a reabon for the terrific spurt , though
the thought uppermost was that GOIIIO big
limn or firm had gone by the board. Such ,
however , proved not to bo the case , but
no explanation could bo given for the bulge.
It was n panicky flurry , that was
nil. December was as quick getting back to
f I 0.1 ' 4 IIH it was going from il.05 to rl.OS. It
jumped up again , however , to * 1 O"1 ; , , and it
was jerked up and down between Sl.Oi.'j ' to
$1.07)i ) several times thereafter , always with
more or less violence. May and December
were close together on the first bulge , but on
tin- second bulge May was selling at $1.0. , ' 4
when December was Sl.O j. The two
months got near together again before the
day w.is ovehowever. . The miirKet quieted
down somewhat before the close , but the last
prices were at a big advance over Saturday's
closing , fully 'Ic. At ono time to-day , De
cember wheat was selling at OJ 'e above the
inside prices quoted on Saturday. An nd-
\anco siirh as occurred to-day on top of Sat
urday's bulge be.it the lecord of years.
Ilutchmson was a free seller to-day. Ho
tried to check the market \\hcn it was going
wild and sltj.ird , but it was beyond control.
There was a ( overmg of wheat on an
enormous scale to-day for foreign account.
The best bu.ing was on New York orders.
It was reported that some of thib was for the
Cammack party , who went into wheat hc.iv-
ilv several weeks ago and me now pressing
their link. They are after foreign stiorts.
"Thoi saj1' Ilulrhliisor sent out bills to-day
to paities def.iultmi' September contracts
with him til i.UU. HP Is understood to huvo
made a settlement with n great many at a
lesHliguie. Krank Clifton ft Co. were not
treated with as much leniency as others.
Hutchiason is understood to have delivered
out about 1,0:0,000 : bushels of whe.it to-day ,
on October contracts , but the most of it went
t' ' Kggleston kt 1'oolu. It probably found its
i.vay buck to the starting point.
Corn was quiet but linn. There were 8SO
cars inspected in store since Saturday , 423
oi which were No. ' . ' , and there was received
by canal 10,400 bushels. The oat inspection
was 421i70 busliols. Trading was inactive ,
but shorts were covering to some extent ,
owing to fear inspired , by the slaughter of
that fraternity going on in the wheat pit.
ft New Orleans exported W.0,0 bushels , and
freights from thence were 7d to Liverpool.
l < \ v The general excitement prevailing delajcd
* V iho llgurcs of the visible supply until near
the close , when ' 'ITi.OCO bushels increase was
announced , and wheat becoming weak at the
SPit same time infused some courage into short
it BellorH , who were freely offering all futures
* lit the close , which was rather weak. The
closing prices of the day show an Increase of
near luturos of 'jrnj o and on more remote
of from iBQsJfi1. The number of cars expected -
pected to morrow is 770 , nnd charters for
111 , COO bushels wore made to-day.
J Oats were dull though stronger , with fu
ft tures this side of May ruling JB\c ( higher
early , and closing tamo. Keceipts were liberal -
oral and the average quality only fair. At
the same time there is apparently plenty of
No. ij grade to deliver on contracts and the
oliow of strength , especially in near futures ,
was attributed to sympathy with other mar
kets. While May was nearly steady , selling
up at one time to's'i4c , cash lots of No. 2
store were held higher , Belling sparingly at
% ( < -H5c ! , or ' ( ( ( ii e advance , with trading
chiufiy by sample.
In provisions there was considerable ex
citement The Clifton suspension , which oc
casioned the unloading of n good line of long
property , and the settling of n number of
outstanding contracts caused something of a
depression early in the day , butsulHequently
the market \ \ as governed by u strong under
tone. The bull hide rather held the call , and
ns mm pared with Saturday's final quotations
the closings showed an advance of S c on
October pork and January short ribs , 15c on
October lard and November pork , and Mo
on October short ribs and January porlr.
Year pork closed unchanged , but in Novem
ber lard a decline of Ifie , in year lard of luc
and in January lard of Do was suffered.
*
GiiiCAtiu IJIVK srooii.
Cnif A.O , Oct. 1. [ Special Telegram to THE
HI.I : | CATTI.K With n run of ut least 5,000
less than last Monday , it was reasonable to
tlicori/o that there would be a more active
demand and stronger prices , but the theory
did not pan out to a strict materialization. It
was n case of "best laid plans of mice and
men" that oftentimes fails to go one's way.
Trade was fairly steady , yet there were but
few salesmen that would admit that prices
were any higher than on Saturday. The run
of Texans and rangers consisted of about
C,000 , nnd such of that class as suited bcol
packers and shippers sold icadily at closing
prices of I'Viday. Prime native cows ami
heifers , on account of the moderate run of
Tcxuns , sold in some cases substantially
higher , but taken altogether there was little
or no change. Stockcrs and feeders
remain quiet. The receipts included
5,000 Tcxuns and western cattle. Choice
booves.O.UO ; medium to good steers , 1350 tc
1MX ) Ibs , * r.005.75 ; 1 , ' . > CO to l.L'50 ' Ibs ,
Jl.'JSCfjS.Or , ; MO to 1200 Ib.s , JS.SJfl
4.50. Btockcrs and feeders. $ J.OOijta.lO ( ; cows ,
bulls and mixed , tl.40 ( > 3.00 ; bulk , J2.1C
tS'J.45. Texas cattle , steers , ? ; . 10C 8.10 ; wes
tern natives and half breeds , $3.00 ( :4.5win' : ; '
terud Texnns.'i.r 004.CO.
Hoes Uuslncss was active and values Ir
rcgulnrly higher , the advances of n@10e being
ing mainly on fancy heavy. Light und me
ilium sorts underwent little or no change ,
The best heavy sold nt $ < U5SO.r ( > 0 , and funci
assorted heavy M.GO@l.Vi. ( ( The bulk of fail
to good mixed sold at ttl.SCCgO.U. ) , and com
inonatW.VOau.lO. There was little or nc
demand for light sorts. 1'riccs were uoml
> ml wt f5.OOyiJ.10.
, , IMXAXOIAIj.
* Nnw Yoiuc , Oct. 1. [ Special
< to THE Uiu. ] STOCKS The forenoon it
stocks showed many interesting features
The opening was active at a small fractions
mlvnnco In most securities. No-.v England
Heading and Louisville & Nashville wen
i lally prominent. Karly trading was
irregular and somewhat feverish In char
acter , though the tone was generally strong.
Toward the middle of the session the volume
of business decreased , und nothing new
developing , thr > situation was rather uninter
esting. There was some realizing , but the
tendency was generally toward better prices ,
und at noon the market was strong unit
fairly active at smnil fractions higher than
Urn opening. New England was one of the
most prominent features , but did not get up
above f > 2\e , clo-dr.g ut f > ' 'c. Jersey Central
advanced 1 point , Union Pacific and Hock
Island the same , while the rest of the list
closed nt not far from the opening figures.
The duj was not especially Interesting , taken
In Its entirety.
The following were the closing quotations :
f. S. 4s regular Wi { Northern I'aclllo. . 27'
I'.H. Isrmipons * . | jn doprrfcrrcil. . . M14
t" . S. 4'1srf ' ular KI7 > C. ft N.V . . . .ll.l
U.S. 4ltHroiiMiii4 | I07J4 do proferrcd , . .US
I'arlfH lisot"uV . . l' < \ N. V. Central Wi
( Vntral I'aiifle : IP , I' . . I ) . & K 2)i ) i
( 'hlfntro&Altnn 1,10 Itork Inlnud . . . .110' '
Chicago. Iturllngton ( ' . . M. & St. I1
A : ( Jtilnry . . . lit ! do preferred. . . .11(1 (
I ) . , I..A.W . . . . 1H'4 ' St. Paul X Omah.v
Illlnoli ( Vntral. ,1S ! I iloprr > ferr l . IW'i
I. , 11. AV. . . . . ] M > 4lt'ulonl > iicillc OJ'
Kuu n * & Texas . KW. . , M. I , , A : I' l.'Oi
l.aki'Shorp . . .101 i ilo preferred . - ' * * ,
.MIihlRiin Central ' . 'I ' Western Culon M'j '
MissouriI'nnllr . sl'i ,
M..Vll\iileml. (
MOXEox CAM. l-'nsy at 2J$7 ( per cent ;
last loan , \i \ pur cent ; dosed ollcrcd nt 'J per
cent.
I'liuiE MEutAXTii.r. 1'Ai'Cii ' iji7 ; , ( per
cent.
KrrnuN'o I'xcn v\ni ! Quiet but itcaily ut
'
$1.SIH for sixty-day bills , S-l.bitf for' de
mit nil ,
I'UOIHJCK.
Ciitc\no , Oct. 1. Wheat Stronger ;
rnsh , 51 04jf ; November , f I. O.W ; Dcccmocr.
$ I.O-i's ; Mav , SI.05V.
Corn Steady ; cash , 42'Ve ; November ,
12 ' „ < ; December. .THe ; May. ! H ll-lic. (
OaU Has.\ ; cash , " .l ) c : November , 24 Jc ( ;
Decrmber , 21 'Bc ; May , 2aso.
I { ye file.
Harley Nominal.
I'rlino Timothy ? l.M ) .
Flax Sl.iH.
Whisky -Si. 20.
Pork Stronger : caslil$15..121 ; ; November ,
$11.1)5 ) ; January , Sll.lt ) .
Lard Kasy ; c'.ish , 11.0. " > j November , $9.r,0 ;
Jammrv , js.'U'j.
Klour--L''Jrm and unchangud ; patents ,
orOi < ? r , i : , ; bakers' , in sacks , $ . | .0c ( ) ?
4'Ti ; fancy , J | r > Uril"t \ \ winter , sacks , $4. GO
dil s. , ; bbls. . ? l c.yr.U ) .
Dry Salt Meats Shoulders. iXrifSJ e ;
short clear , OUtxA'ac ' ; short ribs , f5.'J7
lluttcr Unchanged ; creamery , l.V < C(2.2 (
2 c ; dairy , 14iC'Oc. (
Cheese Kirmcr ; full cream Cheddars ,
fancy , Sirfsj e ; flats , b ft-Jo ; Young
Americas , h'ijfrlc. ( !
Kggs Firm ; fresh northern ,
Hides Unchanged ; heavy green salted , 7i
7'jc ' ; liijlii green salted , 7'jt1 ' ; salted
bull , i"c ; dry flint , He ; damaged , 7c ; dry
calf , 7 ( Sc ; branded hides 15 per cent oft ;
deacons , MfrfiJOc each ; dry salted , 7c
Tallow Kasier : No. 1 , solid packed , 5'C
( rfSJjc ; No. S , 4&llic ; cake , 54@"iJ4c } par Hi.
Hccoipts. bhipmcnts.
Flour , bbls . 21,000 21,000
Wheat Lm . 127.000 ' .14.000
Corn , bu . : K > , OOU 'J4,000 ( )
Oats , bu . 2'jy,000 145IKJO
Kye , bu . . . . .
Hurley , bu . . . . .
New Vork. Oct. 1. Wheat rtcceints ,
10t,700 ; ; exports , ill , 00 ; spot market ttnty6e (
higher , with very light offerings ; No. 'J red ,
$1 OIV'I 04' lnelevator. 1.0t@I.C' ( ' , nlloat ,
M.otif.il.di1 . ! , t. o. b. ; No. ! I red , ' . , ' ; No.
I red , WOt'.iO'jC ; uncradcd rod , & " ' ' ( t$1.17 ;
No. 1 red , $ l.0i ; options very active , excited ,
irregular and 2 ' ( a e higher , with heavy buy
ing by shorts and foreign houses. No. 2 red ,
November , closed at il.d' , .
Corn Kccoipts , ' . . " > , , .00 ; exports , OO.OCO ;
spot market 3qiiighpr ; ; unsettled but fairly
active ; No. 2 , . "ilii ( jl'4c in elevator , .M' ' GD
5UHe afloat : ungraded mixed , 4'J1-510 _ < c ;
options ( JHO higher and active , closing
steady ; November closing at 6Pf. (
Oats Heceipts , ir > : tUO , I ; exports 10i ; ; spot
market J4@\e higher and fairly active ;
options active , ' ( " ' higher and strong ;
November yoai0 ; jc , closing nt : XJc ) { ; spot ,
No. " white , ! ! 4c ; mixed western , ! ii5 ( Jl cj
wlnto western , 27it45e. (
Coffee Options steady , fairly active and
firm cables ; sales , SU(150 ( bags , including
October at $12.9rij4i.HI ( : ( ; November , $12. 0
( < t 12.10 ; December , 811.Ot < ill.S > ; spot Hio
strong and more active , fair cargoes , quoted
S15.i7 : } .
Petroleum Steady and fairly active ;
United closed nt l-OXe.
KgKi Firm ; western at 21@21 } < c.
Pork Firm but quiet ; mess quoted at
"
Limt Higher but closed weal : ; western
steam $11. 2" ) ; sales of November , ? 9.7'J ' ( 'J.yo ,
closing at S9.71I.
Butter Quiet and easy ; western dairy , 12
14 } < jO ; western creamery , Kiilc. )
Cheese Steady ; fancy scarce ; western ,
Milwaukee , Oct. 1. Wheat Unsettled ;
cash W'ic ' ; December , $1.01 % .
Corn Quiet ; No. iIPjf i ) e.
Oats Steady ; No. 'J wnite , 29c.
live Nervous ; No. 1 , fit ) } o.
liarley-Firm ; No. 2. ( J'Je.
Provisions Firm I'ork Cash and Octo
ber , $15.50.
Cincinnati , Oct. 1. Whc.it In good de
mand ; stronger ; No. 2 red. $1.02.
Corn Kasier ; No. 2 mixed , 44 } ( V7115e.
Oats Firm ; No. 2mixed,2j.2ii ( ! > jC.
Kye Stronger ; No. 2 , 55 > j'c.
Pork Quiet ; held at $111.00.
Lard Held higher , neu'lccled ; $10.23.
Whisky Active and 11 nn at $1.14.
St. Louis. Oct. 1. Wheat Higher ; cash ,
f.1.02 ; October , $1.02 ; , ' ; November , Sl.W ) {
bid.
bid.Corn
Corn Firm ; cash , 8'.iJe : October , 3SJ4'e ;
November , tt.V4'e.
Oats Steadi ; cash , 2c : ! ; October , 22 c.
Pork Firm at , 810.00.
Lard Higher at $10.50.
Whisky-H.lt.
HutterUnchanged ; creamery , lb@20c ;
dairy , 15 ( jl7c.
Minneapolis , Oct. 1. Wheat The local
receipts of wheat for two days were CC1
cars and 112 cars were shipped out. Trading
was fair but prices were very unsteady.
Karly sales were made at lc below Saturday ,
but later prices advanced under active de
mand. Closing quotations : No. 1 hard ,
October , M.ltt1 , ; November , fl.lH ; Decem
ber , $1.11 ; on track , $1.1 ! ) > | ; No. 1 northern ,
October , $1.10' ' November , $1 10 ; Decem
ber , $1.11 ; on track , $1 10i ( , 111 ; No. 2 north
ern , October , $1 0 , " > i5 ; November , $1.00 ; De
cember , $1.0J ; on track , $ l.lCifl.,0. ( (
Knnsns City , Oct. 1. Wheat Higher ;
No. 2 rod , cash , 6V c bid ; November , OOo
bid ; December , sales at 024ii02JBe ! ( : No. a
red , cash , 7V bid ; No. 2 soft , cash , OOc
asked ; December , D7c bid.
Corn Quiet ; No. 2 , cash , SUc asked year ,
SSJic bid ; Muv , ; iOa < e bid.
Oats No. 2 , cash , 20c asked ; May , "JI.V
bid. 1 - ' _ _
lilVll STOCK.
Clilcimo , Oct. 1. The Urovers' Jour
nal renortR as follows
Cattle Heceipts , 10,000 head ; market
strong ; bee vesfb.tUl ; steers , t.2. " > ( ci5.75 ; stockers -
ers and feeders , $2.11' ® J. 10 ; cows , bulls and
mixed , * 1.40t < 03.00 ; Texas cattle , { 1.55Q2.90 ;
western rangers , $2 80(1 ( 4.25.
Hogs Kecoipts , 11,000 ; market strong ;
5o higher ; mixed , J5 S5 ( 0. 10 ; heavy , I5.95ii (
0.70 ; light , $ jO'Ji0.15 ( ! ; skips , $3.0rjo.50. (
Shccu Receipts , 10,000 ; market slow
lOc lower ; natives , $ ' ) .75@4.00 ; westerns ,
$ : ! . ' 'Sota.CO ; Tcxans , t3.80Q3.50 ; lumbb , $1.0t
( . . " , 40.
KniiHnH City , Oct. 1 , Cattle Receipts.
7.3CO ; shipments , 4,2-15. Dressed beef nnd
shipping steers , 5@lUo higher ; grass range ,
steady und more active ; good common lOe
higher ; stockers nnd feeding steers , stronger ,
good to choice corn-fed , t3.00@5CO ; commor
to medium , t3.25Q4..K0 ; stockers and feeding
steers , fl.COif3.UO ( ; grass range steers , $1.75
Q3.30 ; common , tU'5@3 75.
Hops Heceipts , 2,400 ; shipments , 1,530 ;
strong , active nnd 5o hlehor ; good to choice ,
N505i ( tJ,15 ; common to medium , (5.30@j.U5 ;
skips and pigs , { 3 OC@3.00.
National Stock Yards , East St.
Louis , Oct. 1. Cattle Receipts , ! ) ,400 ;
shipments , 450 ; market stronger ; choice
heavy native steers , J5.00y5 00 ; fair to gooi
native steers , W.WX35.00 ; butchers' steers
medium to choice , JJ.-HK < M 10 ; stackers am
feeders , fulr to tiood , $2.10 ( 3.20 ; rangers
corn-fed , J3.1004.2o ; crass-fed , 2.00(33.10. (
Hogs- Receipts , 8,373 ; shipments , 2,000
market strong ; choice heavy and butch
crs' selections , H"SJ3G.30 ) ( , packing , medium
to prime , ' '
OMAMA IilVK STOOIU
Outdo.
Monday. Pet. 1. 1SS3.
The cattle market was stronger to day and
hero wus more life to the trade. The mar-
tct is apparently recovering somewhat from
ho glut of the past two week" . The packers
were liberal buyers and they paid * 2 ( JO'ie '
l.Oti for quite a string of western steers. The
demand for feeders was llitht as usual on
Monday but ( > pvcral loads chang-'d hands at
itrong prices. The majority of the cows
lero were westerns and the packers paid
. ' .2. > ( < f 2.15 for some pretty fair stock.
There wore twenty six loads of hogs , only ,
n the market and they sold at about Satin1-
lay's prices. The quality was not very good
imi there were no choice loads of heavy
logs. _
SI letp. .
There were six double decks of Utah sheep
on the market.
Heceipts.
Cattle . 2,500
logs . 1.700
Sheep . 937
ilorscs . ! i'J '
I'rovnlliiit ; I'rlucs.
Thefpllowlns ; is a table of prlcss p.ild In
; his marttet for tlio gra toi of stock men-
.loncd.
Pnmosteors. 1300 to 1WM 11H..J4 50 (35.1X1 (
[ 'nine steeri , 1100 to 1300 ibi. . t.Ol fftl.15
S'ntl vo feeders . 2 .V ) C'tl ' : - " '
Western feeders . 2.UO ( nil 15
[ { anne steers , com'on to choice 2.50 Df.l.i'id
Common to good cow.s . 1 .50 ( 2.1 0
Jholce to fancy cows . 2,25 - .
Jommon to choices bulls . 1.25 (41.75
Fair toclioico light hoys . 5.S ) ( u5.95
Falrtocloioo heavy noirs . 0.10 ( ctt.CO )
Fair to choice mixed liogs . 5.95 ( ai.io )
S iln < .
I'nciccra i'liroliases.
Showing the number of iioics bought by
the leading ouyerson the market to-day :
Ci. H. Ilnmmpiul & Co 50 (
Omuhu PaekingCo 475
Armour C. P. Co b4 ( )
Uljjlii'st and Lowest.
The following uro the highest and lowest
prices paid for mixed und heavy loads of Ings
on this market on the dates indicated in lb-57 ,
ISSCund ! Sb5.
| _ t > Cp I tjupt. Ihbti. I Si-pi. KSTi.
"
13 r , to 1TK1,1 ) 70 Noales. .
Ifil Ii U ) i -V > 4 4 < 4i4 ii J ; i rat
17 4
IS 4 ( H 6/30) ) 4 45 < Tt,4 f : t : ! - > ft-i iui
111 4 50 ftl H ) Suniluy. : > in cu ! bo
111M Similar 4 ; : , ) ff < i < i - ' ' Sunday
l I 71) ) 6U SS 4 40 at no ; i 4fail ra
lS 4 70 ® l ! K ) 4 40 fet no " > 4" > ffC.II W
S I llo Wt W 4 : U 541 4 > : i 40 '
si 4 ID ( ir.4 K ) 4 aliftt rx ) 11 40 W4" .
" > Sunday. 4 ' , < LM 40 : i 40 i w
M 4 ta 444 70 Suniluy. : i 4 : ,
ii" 4 : l > U4 iVi 4 : n © i ra Sunday
ii"2H 4 00 ( til 41 4 Z't © 4 4.1 3 : vj : i 12' i
23 4 20 4 15 4 HO di.4 40 II 40 6li4' \ .
Spjitcnilior I'urcliaso of
The followinR is thu number of hogs pur
chased in this innrkot iluriiiK the month of
September , by the different buyers :
G. H. Hainmnml&Co ll)2tJ ( )
Omalia Piickliif ; Co 'Jl.OCU )
Armour C. Packing Co ' . ' ( , ,5:11 :
J. P. Snuircs & Co 1V170
F. Whlttakcr fc Son Wit
Cleelund Provision Co 40. !
Uuvis.t Atwooil KT !
A. Sprinc IH'J
Gibbs A : Wiuto : IS1
UrlttnlnAc Co ! i7T
A II.Smith 4-J-i
Speculutora lbll !
Local Uutehers Hit
Total 82,122
Increase from September , 18b7 4,10.1
Decrease from August , Ibbb lO.b l
Cattle und Slu'cp.
The followinK is tlio number of cattle and
slieep weighed during the montli of Septem
ber as compared with the same in ! Sb7.
OVITI.I : . snnni' .
Kirst week 5l)3 , ) ) s-ib
Second Wfclc 5. 04 1.717
Third week 0 , < ) . " , l 2,54 ! !
Fourth week b".1bi ; 2.ii'.i : '
Total 27,210 7.047
Sept. lb" > 7 12Si ) : 2,107
Incieaso 14,110 5,1-lJ
Ijivo Slock NotOM.
J. W. Peck , Pueblo , come in with a train pf
feeders.
Armour was the heaviest buyer of hogs
last month , with Omaha hccond.
The total number of cars of stock received
at the yards last month was 3bOS.
Frank Hoyd , superintendent of tlio stock
yards , has returned from a trip to Denver.
Ewing , Neb. , was represented by L. K.
Skldmore , who eamo in with u load of hogs.
Charles Ingweraon , of the linn of IiiKwcr-
scn , Chicago , was among the visitors at the
yards.
M. H. Mathews , Soda Lake , \Vyo. , came
in with four loads of cattle , which sold In the
market.
I. 13. MoFarland , of the linn of Dorsoy
Uros. it Clifton , is back after an extended
trip through Iowa.
The number of cattle weighed last month
was more than double the number weighed
during the same month in lbS7.
The average weight of the cattle sold at
the yards last month was 10,10 Ibs. The av
erage weight of the sheep was 102 Ibs ,
Walter Woods , of the firm of Wood Uros. ,
has returned from a trip to Sodiy Springs ,
Qartield Beach und other points Ii/Aho west.
While there was a fair Increase in the
number of hogs sold In this market lam
month , as compared with the same mouth in
Ib87 , there was a heavy decrease as com
pared with the month of Aucust of this year.
OMAHA WHOLKSALI3 MARKI-H'S.
Produce , Fruits , Ktc.
Commission men are kept pretty busy
handling their receipts. Flour Is very stiff
and advancing , In sympathy with wheat.
Hog products continue high and n stiff , atl-
vanuing market Is looked for.
HuiTEit Fancy , solid-packed creamery , 13
@ 23c ; choice country , 10@lSos common
grades , 10\7l8o.
Kaos Strictly fresh , ISQIOccandled.
CAi.irouxuGiurES $1.2. 1.,10 per case.
COXCOKD GBAPES 30@4Uo per 10-lb
basket.
PEACHES California , fl.OOSl.50 per box ;
Michipan , GOcQfl.OO per bisket.
BANANAS Common , 11.50(22.25 ( per bur" '
choice , J2.50ffi3.50. " 5
LEMONS 54.00 < 35.CO per cas *
s I0ul7."ic per dozen.
Pii'M.10 ( i , f > c per bu.
POTVTOR * Ukrtw'o ' per bushel.
SH KI-T PoTmTrs TJWUc iwr bit.
PofLTiiv No dressed foxvMft the market ;
live chickens , J..00J3.oJ ! ( per doi i spring
chickens $ . ! .0 < ii ( 2.2.1. * -
TOMATOK * 'Oc ' < f l.oo per lui
WATERMELON * * 5.03' < ln.iHI per 100.
Pr.Aiis Cullfornln , fl.OV3..10 ( pur bu uo.v ;
Southern , 71 per S , bu. i-
CKI.KKS.liij Wo tier dozen ,
Emi PUST 75i ; < ? l.tW per dozen.
ONION * 5l7."c per bu ,
Al'li.is.J.00iit4.UO : per bbl.
Cuuui'i'i.ns 75e per bushel.
Ultir.li Micliigati. $4 .VH < Ci5. < 10 ocr bbl 32
gals ; Callforniit pear cider , f 1.1.00 per bbl.
Pot1 COIIN Klce. 3011' ' ; common , 2 jf 3c.
LviiitoT50c per bushel.
HKAXS Choice eastern handplcked navie' .
$2.00 per bushel ; western hand picked
navies , fl.7.VulMi ; mediums , $1.50jtl.OO. (
Limn beans 5c per pound.
lUv f. o. P. cars. No. 1 Jplatid , Ju.OOj No.
2 upiantt , ? 1.00.
Hlus-J10.50t ( ! > 11.00.
Citofi'Ki ) Fi.cn ? 11.COSir.CO per ton.
VIM full Cider , 10 < iilbc per gal.Vliito
wine , 10i(20iportj.tl. ( .
C'n i\iinuiii. ? r.iOviO.UO ( ! per bbl.
\Hij\s-Hams | , No. 1 , 12V. No. < s
ll'ii" ' , slioulders , $ % ! : rib bacon , 12c ;
ilear bacon , l-Jj-jc : picnie hams , ii'jc ; dried
beef hams , ' .I' c. dry salted clear ! , , short ,
Iii4r ) : extra short. 10o ; .sliort rib' , 0 4c ;
pickled pigs feet , 1.1-lb kits , bOiIan : ! , ll'.d ' ?
12c ; smoked sausage , 00 ' ' per Ib ; hog cas
ings , i ; < ( ftv. |
l'l. < it'llNelir.iskn patents * , t.VitiAG.iO ( ;
Minnesota pati'iito , lOJtu1 l.fiO ; straight
grad.'s . Sl.i'UtTil.O , ) ; bakers' Hour , .00il.,10 ( !
per barrel.
( JfOUI'l-l * List ,
Kuvised prices 1110 as follows :
HAWIINO Sttuk A. seamless , 2'c ; Atnoa-
kcag , seamless. 17'5c ' : Lewiston A , seamless ,
lOe ; American , seamless , 17c ; burlaps , I
to 5 Uu , lltfgllc ; gur.nies , sinuk' , 13c ; gun
nies , double , 20- ; wool sacks , 3.1e. Twines-
Flax , 3 > c ; extra ml , 20v.ii.Jlc sail H , I''W.'Oc ' ;
cotton. 2H- ; JittiHV. .
CoFrir. : Mocliti , 2.1 ( < ? ' - 0cHio ; , good , 10'iJ
17c ; MiitidablinL' , 2i ! < ( 2be ; roasting Hio , l.ldo
li'iO. ; . C ! . .lava , 24.iC20o ( ; .lava , interior. M'M $
2Sc : Uio , tatu-y , IDjil'Ju ; tsantos and Mara-
caibo. I7 ( 'iyc : A'-lmcUlcs. pj o
Suovu Granulated. si4c ; conf. A , So ;
white extr.i C , 7 4c ; c-xtra C , 7's'i < yellow
C. 7c ; powdered , vc ; cubes , Oc.
HOXEV I'Y'iM'-i1 lor ono pound frames ;
strained hmi .v. Or < 2se pr pound.
Hnnsw\.N-Uhuicu yellow , 2d@3Jc ; dark
colored , 1311 Ic.
Cini-i : : : Young America , full cream ,
lllvtt lie- ; full cream chuddars , 0)10i' ) ; full
cream Hats , O',1 , ; good to choice skimmud
cheddars , 7' ' .1 : sltinnneJ Hats. ( ) , l < , c.
Pu-Ki.n i Medium , in bbls , * 1.5i ; do In half
bbls , S'l.ui ) ; smnll , in bbls , St5.riO ; do in half
bbls , ? : i 7.1 ; gherkins , in bbls , SS.O > ; do iniialf
bbls $4.5u
ToiiAcro Plug , 20C(70,1c ; smoking , lO&V'Oc. '
.Iri..n ' : $1.2,1 pei-30-lb pail.
Su.r ei.0il.dpor : ! ; ) bbl.
Horn 7-10. 11 , c.
MAI'I.I : SLUAH iincus , 11W12C per in ;
penny cakes , 12il3c ( per Ib ; jiure maple
syrup , $1.1)0 ) per cal.
Ti ; < s i mini ; Hvson , cntninon to f.iir , lSi ( $
2.1c ; Voting Hyson , good to fancy , 30i.i < 5oo ;
( Junpowdcr , common to good , 22 2.1c ; Gunpowder -
powder , choice to fam-v,4'l ( 0.1i $ ; Japan , com
mon to medium , lf > f < ivjr. .lapan , choice to
fancy , 'Wc'il.lc : Oolong , comiiuin to good , 2.1'
35c ; Ouloni ; , clioico to fancv , , " )0i(70i , > ; Imper-
i-il , common to medium , 2o@ : 1c ; Imperial ,
good to fancv , 'lOi'i.lOc * .
MUTS Almoiitis , 15dl7c ( ; IllOcrts ,
Hriuil , DrtlOcj walnuts , 12c ; pecans ,
peanuts , .Ifnic.
CIUCKIHS : 5'ilOc per Ib ; assorted cakes , 7
( u2 > e jierlb. as per list
JJiiiuu i' KUITS Fins , in boxes , per ib , 13 $
ICc ; dates , in boxes. 7@IOc ; London Malaga
layer raisins , per box , l..10 ( : i.7.1 ; Malaga
loose raisins. $2.Ov"2..1U : ) ; new Valen
cia raisins , l > er Ib , b ( c ; Cali-
foiuui loose muscatels , per box. Sl.MI.
pitted cherries , per Ib , 0a21c ; Califor
nia pitted plums , ) ) cr Ib , 12.'tl3c ;
dried blackberries , per It ) , 81 'fife ; dried
rar.pbcrries. per Ib , ' -V < uMie : evaporated ap
ples , b'jOi.l4c ; California nun dried
peaches , ic : ! ; California unpared evaporated
pcncnes , l.Vii ! > ( ; evapjnitcd California
upncots , /Cant'-ocurrants : , O'J'K'C ' ; Turk
ish pruiiL.s , . | i4rtti , c ; citron , 22ci2lc ! orange
peel , I5c ; lemon pool , Hie.
FI II. Holland HerrinL-'STiefiiOOc. per ke ? ,
White Fish , if bbls. . No ; 1 , JO.OO. Fumily
M.75 : Trout. No. I. .1.10 : Mackerel. H bbls.
No. 1 Shore , fl.l.ro. Largo Family , 510.10 ;
Labr.ulor Herring. $1.30 ; Columbia liiver
Salmon , S17.00 per bbl.
' Connsii Per Ib , whole. Cc ; bricks and
strips , 7ifSc.
CAKDI--Mixed. Sf.ol.1c ; sticU , b5a'J'c ( ' ;
rock candy , 10) ) iifl3c ( ; fancy candy. 7fa2 e.
COTTON FnxNT.i.s 10 per cent dts. j LL ,
5Uc : CC , 01j-c ; SS , 7J4c ; Nameless , 5o ;
HX , ISo ; R , 20c ; No. 10 , 8 c ; No. 40 , 10 ! c ;
No. ( K ) , 12 > ic ; No. SO , 13Kc ; No. 30 , colored.ic ;
No. M , colored , 12c ; No. 70 , colored , 12lJc ;
Hristol , 12lrfc ; Union Pncitlc , 17c
' WAiiP-Hib White , 19c ; colored ,
"iJ.vTT * Standard , Sc ; Gem lOc ; Hcauty ,
12Mc ; Hootie , lie ; U , cased , $0.5o.
PHISTS Solid colors Atlantic , Oc ; Slater
SKc ; Herlin oil , 0i , < , 'c ; Garner oil , 0@7e.
Con-i'.T . ! IAVS : Androscogirin , l cKear \ -
Barge , 74'c ; Hoclcport , 0'-4c ; Conestoga ,
TICKS York , 30 in. , 12 u ; Vork , 3'i in. .
13ic ; Swift Ulver. he ; Thorndiko OO , 8 > , ; c ;
Thorndiko UF , S c ; Thorndiko 120 , 0\c ;
Thorndiko XX , I5o ; Cordis Wo. 5 , < . G ;
Cordis No. 4. lie.
UKNiMs-AiiHisitca , uoz , Iflt o ; Everett , 7
oz , W e : York. of. , i3 } < ; o ; Havmaker , S'jc ;
.laftrey XX , ll e ; Jaffrey XXX. i2' < o ;
Heaver Creek AA , 12c ; Heaver Creek UB
lie ; Heaver Creek CC. lOc.
JCiiN-ri'cuv JIHNS.Memorial , l.lc ; Dakota
ISc ; Durliain , 27V < c ; Hercules , l cj Learning ,
ington , 22Vjc ; Cuttswold , 27 ! iC.
Cinsii.-Stevcns' H , Oc ; Stevens' U
Stevens' A ' ; Slovens A'
bleached , 7c ; , 71-u'c
bleached , bj o ; Stovens' P. S1 , c ; Stevens'
P , bleached , I'1 ' , c ; Stevens' N , UJ c ; Stevens'
N , bleached. 1V ( ) ; Slovens , Silt , 12JYe
Mlsrii.i\Niors. : : 'laulo on ciotn , 53.50 ;
plain Holland , O c ; Dado Holland , U' c.
Hi-own sheeting- Atlantic A , 4-1 , 7'jc ; A'
lantie H , 4-1 , 7'4o ; Atlantic D , 1-4 , 0\c ; At
lantic P , 4-4 , Of ; Aurora LL , 4-1. Ou ; Aurora
C , 4-4 , t'c ' ; Crown XXX , 4-1 , ? < * ; itoosier
LL , 4-4 , ( lc ; Indian Head , 4 I , < > ic ; Law-
renee LL , 4-1 , Oc ; O.d Dominion , 4-1 , f..e ;
Pcpperell K , 1-4 , 7c ; Peppercll O , 44 , 0"4'c ;
Pepporoll. S-t , ISt c ; Peppercll,0-1,21c ; Pep-
perell , I0-l,23o ; UticaC , 4-4.4 c ; Wachusett ,
1- * . 7i c ; Aurora K , 4-4 , 7c , Aurora H , 4-4 ,
West Point S'J ' in , 8 or , lO c ;
West Point 2'J ' in. 10 oz , 13c ; West Point
M ) in , 12 oz , 15c ; West Point 40 in , 11 oz , lUc.
FI.A\NII.S : Red , C , 24 in. 15Jy ; E , 21 in ,
21c ; G G , 24 in , Ibc ; H A FJf , 25cJ H F , jf ,
27Uc.
PIIISTS Pink and Robes Richmond , Oic
Allen , Oc ; Riverpomt. 5c ; Steel ilivcr ,
Richmond , CJ c ; Pacillc , O' c.
PIIINTS Dress Charter Oak ,
Ramapo , 4Hc ; Lodi , 5' c ; Allen , tic ; Richmond
mend , He ; Windsor , GV < ; c ; Eddystone , CJ jc ;
Pacific. O'ic
. SIIHETINQ TJerkoloy cambric
No. 01 , 9V < c ; Host Yet , 4-1. tiVc ; butter cloth
° < - > , 4i.c ; Cabot , * ; cFarweIl half bleached
y c ; Fruit of Loom , D'jc ' : Greene
CJ , Oc ; Hope , 7 f ; King Philip cam
bric , lie. Lonsdalo cambric , ll' c ;
Lonsdalo. 'Ju ; Now York mills , lu'/ic ' ;
Pepperell , 42-m , lie ; Peppercll , 4J-in ( , 120 ;
Pepperell , 0-4 , Ific ; Pepporell , 8-1 , 21c ; Pep-
pcrell , 9-1 , 2'ic ; Pepperell. 10-4 , 25c ; Canton
4-4 , S'4Cj Triumph , Co ; Wamsutta , lie ; Val
ley. 5c.
FLANNELS. -Raftsmen,20c ; Goshcn ,
82l e i Clear Lake , 3'i c ; Iron Mountain ,
TKc ; York , 7Ko ; 3s'ormandi aress ,
Calcutta dress , sWcj'Whlttonton ' dress ,
& e ; Renfrew dross , 8K12 > jo.
CAMIIIIICS Slater , OU'c ; Woods , 5J4'c ;
Standard , 5 | o ; Peacoclc , 5 > ic.
PHIMS INIIIOO UI.UE Arnold , fikc ; Amer
ican , Ol o ; Gloucester , C'/e ' : Arnold C long
cloth , 0 ; Arnold I ) long cloth. N > X : Arnold
Gold Seal. 10)4 ) : Stietel A , 12 ; Windsor Gold
J-lCttCti Iv79
Drugs nnd Clininlcals.
MISCELLANEOUSSulph. . acid , locitric \
acid , Mo ; tartaric 50c ; bal. copavia , OSc ;
borax , lOoi chloroform , 47c ; glycerine , 20c ;
gum Arable , select , $1.00 ; gum camphor , 20o ;
gum opium , 1.15 ; sulph , morphia , $2.t55 ;
bromide potassium , 42c ,
OILS Carbon , 1500 ioo ; headlight. 175
144'c ; gasoline , 74 o 12tfo ; West Virgtuia
summer , llo ; zero , 17c ; No. 1 go'.demi. ' .
chine , ISc ; extra W. S. lard. J ; rso 1 lard
QUININE- & iv pc , . OZ ( Ka. German ,
povi. . * ? 0. _
Leather.
Hemlock sole , lS@27c per Ib ; oak solo , 31 ®
Sic per Ib ; cak harness , 2S(330c ( per Ib ; ec\uc- \
ted oak und tracv , aacper lk ; eau and hem-
loci : upper , SOotS-.V per foot. Hemlock calf
skin , No. 1 , jOnPOc per Ib , according to
weieht ; oak calf skin , No. 1. PtV'ifWt 00 I'cr
Ib ; Philadelphia calf skill , extra , Jl ( Wfjl 10
perlb ; hemlock kip skin , No. 1 , t' < i UV per
Ib : oak kip skin , No1 1 , 70 sOo per Ib ; Phila
delphia kip skin , extra , fco f ilk ; 1'er It ) . French
calf skins , ( according to weight and quality > ,
M I5 ; ft.75 , per Ib ; French kip SKIIIS , do , blV'iC '
{ 1. to perlb. Cordovan. rus ett , ) scj satin
finish , 20c per foot ; welt leather , JH ri ) f4.50
I'er side ; morocco. * , ( pebble goat ) , ' 'OiuMOo
1'cr ' foot ; moroccos , boot log. 2.Vifiucpor :
foot ; glove calf skins , SOddmc per foot ;
Douglas kid , itif40 ! ) ( < ? ) ) er foot ; kangaroo
skins , 40iOL' per foot , according to quality.
Toppincs , fS wifulc.OJ per dozen ; linings ,
W.OOQO.IM n-r dozen ; apron skins , $ Ui.OO ( $
12.00 per do/en. _
Metals nnd Tlntiors * Stool * .
Hlock tin , smiill jg ; ; . f .2
Hlock ti ! ! , bar . 2ii
Copper , pliinHicd boiler sizes . : M
Cojiper , cold rolled . 31
Coj. < ; - jf , sheatliing . HO
Copper , pitts . . . . . .HJ
Copper , Hats . 31
Galvanized sheet iron , Juniattl fl ) , 10
and 5 per cent discount .
Patent plaliisln-d iron , No. 21 to 27 , A
Patent planished iron , No. 24 to i7 , H
Keening , 1C , 11x20 . 5.15
Rooning , IX , 11x20 . ! . ! ) . )
Rouning , 1C. 20v.'s . HI SI
Rooffliiif , IX. 20\-'S . 1H.73
Sheet Iron , No 20 . 51. 10
Sheet iron , No. 27 . ; i.0
' -ilrfcr , best . Hi
Solder , No. 1 . 1-t
Tin plato , 1C , I0\14 . H.55
Tin plate. IX , 10\11 . b.7' >
Steel nails , baao , per keg . 2. ' 5
Steel wire nails base , per keg . 2.s. >
Jrs-K Marhlnrj castmcs J12.HKT1S.OO ( ;
stove plates , sr.OOus.OO ; wrought iron..Oilj ?
HUM ; bones , dry , ? 5 ( X ) ; steel , ? T > ( H ) per ton ;
copper , fsxniM ( ) ( | ( ) ; brass .fUW.l'O ' ; zinc ,
$2.l > 0/i.CO : : solid lead , 12 003.fO ( . ; tea lead ,
$2 ODuC-J.50 ; rubber , SJ 50 3.00 ; mixed rags ,
$1. ltlif ( 1.15 per cw
_
Lumber.
First nnd second clear , ' . , ( ii2 In. 10 00 ( 5 ! 00
! irst and second clear , l'ial' <
in . 47 00 ( . ' 0 00
Third cleaI' ul'j in . 4:1 : ikiyMU O.I
A select , 1'4 ' ' . ( ! ' < in . 37 ( Ktfti.T. ) 00
1 select , l'4 flj In . 35 tKI.i-i7 : 00
A stock boards , 12 ( It ! feet. 12 in . 411 00
H stock boards , \-ie ( 1C , feet. 12 in . 11 00
C stock boards , l'i , HI feet , 12 in . ! ! tl 00
D stock boards. 120UO feet , 12 in . 23 00
Flooring , first common , U in . 31 00
Floorinir , second common , 0 in . 32 00
Select fcni-iiu' Mooring . 19 00
Siding , first and second cleat14n Hi ft 21 00
Siding , llrst common , Hi feet . 22 00
Siding , second common . HI IN )
C ) nunon boards . 1ii 0. )
No. 2 boards , all lengths . 14 50
Fencing No 1 , 1 ioiSo feet . Hi 50
Fencing No. 2 , 12 , 14 and is feet . 15 50
.loists and .scantling , 2x1 , 14' li > lei't. . . .Hi ( M
Timber , Ixl , bxS , 12 i HI feet . 17 I HI
Pickets , first rough , good . 15 ( X ( Sis ( H )
Pickets , fancy head and dressed , selected. 25 00
THE HEAI/I'V MAKKET.
Instrument Platvd on Kccorl : Diir-
Int ; Yos-crilay.
J T Paulson pt nl to M 1 , nml A C loss-
mnnu. li > ts 18 and HI , 1)1 ! : " , Win Huge-
iloru's ndil , w il . . . . . J 400
It and A 1'hilllps to ( c Spotts\\oort , Ints 1
und 4. blk l.Sont'i Cxchangu pland 1,1100
.1 II and A Covert to. I I' and S ri'l'iauj , n
' , of lot.l. blk.2.1 , rioicw.1' . wil . . . luO
South Omaha li.imlt'o to It I orlnmli'r , li ts
1 ami ' . ' , blk KI5 , South Omahii , w d . . . 1,100
I' A llcnunn , trustupuc.itlon of pint ,
blks HI , to I If , n oil . . . .
1) ! ' Spoon nndufi - to ( i T and C M Druw ,
c > 4 lot 11 , ( llso'sadd w il . 8.COJ
ST.tt.IulmtuM A V. inter , lot 2" " , blk ! ' ,
Umiscom plivn , w il . f.fiiio
O Hnmnann umllto to .1 Ci.otor , lots 8
unilti , blK H. Dlinilii Vow wil . . . . ' . ' .MO
C < A Cootoi- and liusli.uul ID ( ) lliuiiimun ,
lot 4 , 1 niyn's sub , and lot \ Mlllaiil
Jc CS mil ] , w d . . t.CJO
A 1" Tukcy uml wife to.l M Miuuly , lot" ,
blk I' ' , ( irainmeirv park , \ \ d . . . 72.1
W ] ' Stevens to A fi Sh.i'w , lots r , and , lilk
I , Mm ens pl.u- , \v d . . . l.SOJ
KSariiKuiinn lf > ' to W r I'.irkc-r , lots-jj
und a , I , Auburn 1101 , \ > il . . tM
II A Woilnv nnd v. He to S t anipboll , lot
: i. iilkii , .Irrouiupirk , v. il . 2,0.11)
S S l ampLell to ( iV i limey , lot.JO , blk ,
Joroinu junk , w < 1 . . . . . . . . 2,000
M S Uml'ny and wlfo to William T Smith
ot al , lot 11 , blk 2 , Muynu h "d mid , w d . 1SJ
l' ( ! ( 'ook nnd hnsbnnd to Joseph Voiv ,
o7xiui It lots U iitul in , blk : t , So Omahn
p. rk , w il . . . C7i >
S U II Clnrk. trustee , to II Nelson.lots 'Jt.
5. ii , 7 and l , blkV c.t Mile , \v d. . . . SCO
II II und l > II Wood to r Mnriihy , lots iJ :
ami 1:1 : and e 's lot H , Courtlandt plaro ,
w d . 2
T Murphy to ( J i : I'rltchett , lot 0 , blk IS ,
Omalm' wil . 12,000
1' Murphy to II I ! Wood , w ' lot 14. ami
lots li and IB , Conrtlnndt pUre. wd . . 2
City of Omaha to r Murphy. MxllB tt lot
fi. blk in , Omahn. < | cd . o' > 4
1' Murphy to C I ! Prltchttt , llxia : ft lot r. ,
blk If , Oimiha. i ( r ,1 , . 500
J Itlnm and wife toll Uent'T , 21 acres at s
w cor of n o 'J-l.-10 ! ev d . 250
Ell Johnson to .1 Illoom , ! W ac les at s w i or
of n o I'-I ' MO e. w il . 2S7
S 1) MerrcrtoClty of Onmlm , a street to
bo called I'lcasnnt , q c d . . . . 2
Twenty-llvu transfers. . . . W.'MT '
: KU vNi'ii ornri : .
JOHN M. SHAW & CO.
i
Grain , Provisions , Stocks and Bonds ,
Marnln Transactions n Specialty.
JOHNSON \ fllUlSTIAN , .Managers.
1. } IIOAKD OI'1 TKADE , - OHAIIA.
Members of thu Chli fit ? " Hoard of Trade I'rlv-
nto Wires to llikii o and New Vork
LOMBARD
lloslon. Miins. ; KaiiMts Citu > Mo.
This company liusopeneil anOinnhaolllri'and
Is prepared to furnish mom y piomptly on 1m-
pioved clt > nnd farm prcipoity.
No applications hem uwny for approval.
Loans closed nnd paid for without delnv.
.IOI1N W. ( ilSII , Miiuucer.
300 South l.Jth Street 1'irst National Hank.
rriiE scinscn OK urn , tiie
- Brrnt Meitlcnl Work or the
ngaon MlMihroil , Nrrvoin n
rhytlcnl Debility , rrcnuture '
Uicllne , JCrrornof Youth , nnJ
thpuntolil inlscrlcicousequcnt
thereon , SuO paces 8vo , I'JS
prc'crli'tloiu for all illscasce.
Cloth , full gilt , only $1.00 , l
m&ll , scaled. Illustrnth o sample free to all young
nnd mltlillo agcJ men. Bfndnow. TboOoManit
Jewelled Mednl aunnlcd to tliu iiutlior liy the Na
tional Medical Association. Addrcu 1' . O. IMX
U93 , Kovton , MOM. , or Dr. W. II. PAIIKEll , Krad
uatoof Harvard JIcdlcM College , i'ljcnrs'iiracjllco
In Ilixtati , nho may boconiultod conlUkMulally
Specialty , Dlscosc'9 of Mnu. Ofilcc No. 4 L'ulUuchat.
Our nnw CATAI.OOUE OF CAM-
PAHlSf OUTF1TH , with constitution ,
drill tftctlca and full Information about
orgnnlilnK and drilling Marching Clubs.
ILLUBTUAIED CATALOUUt : KUEB.
A , G. SPALDING & BROS , ,
. H. PAL-MEH. X p. niCnMAX. J II B.ANl-HAIti |
PALMER , RICHMAN fi CO. ,
Live Stock Commission . MercK
r
. MALEY
Live Stock Commission ,
Iloom li , Kicbanno * lIulldlnK , ITnloa Etoek Vnrdi ,
toutu Uiuaba , Neb.
ALEXATl DER & FITCTT
Cofflfflision Dealers in Live M ,
Uoom : . ' , Oppnsilo Kietiuneo llnlldlnf , Unlcrn Block
YnnlK , boutb O/DKIIU , Neb ,
UNION STOCH YA SB S CO. ,
Of Omaha , Limited ,
t'lEorU.suDerintcndcct.
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CHURCHILL I'ARKliR ,
Dealer in Agricultural Implements , Wagons ,
i arrlncet nnJ lliicKicn .t' < , o * Mrnct bvtwt'CDVllintiO
lOih OiuahK NrtirnnLn ,
AgricnltflralIinplcincntslVa onslCarriagcs
Ktc. Whole nlc. Ora L
Wholesnlo Dralrr * In
Agricultural Iiuplemeuts , Wagons & Buggies
Ml. TO. tt6 nn J IW Jotics Street , Omalm.
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P. P. MAST& CO. ,
Manufacturers of Buckeye Drills , Seeders ,
Culli > alnr . Hny llnkr , n.U-r MII1.1 uml Lillian Pul-
\ rrli r . IVr lllh mid Mrbnln ftrei It.
WINO'NA IMPLEMENT co. ,
Whole-lie
Agricnlturailmnleiiieiits VaEOiis&Bnggies
IN rm'r Dili " ! Mclio'n ' * j-troi'tn ,
OMAHA linAM'lt.
J. F. Smt3ERLINO A , CO. .
Akron. O'Uo. '
Harycsting Micliincry and Binder Twine ,
\V. II. Mv.i.l , Mnnn-cr. l.'t.lcnvi-nw ith si Umnha.
MOLINE.r.llLBURN&STODDAnta'Co
Mr.nultit tun r-tan ll tbera 111
Wagons , Biiggios , Rates , Plows Etc ,
Cor. Vthnnt IMclJlo itri'et" , Omalm. Net" .
Artiots' Mntorlalii.
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A HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' ' MattrialSj Pianos anil Organs ,
151J Duuk'lus Strct't Dmiilm. Nrbraakn.
HooUsollors and Slntlonors.
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H. M , & S. W. JONES.
Surcc'sorfito A. T. Kenyi n , V Co. Wholepnlc A Hctnll
Booksellers anil Stationers ,
Vine Wud I.IIK stati , ne-i. ( 'uniiiirnlal s-lailnncry
VA llouit'in'Slreet I'msln Net' .
_ Doota nnd Shooa. _
K1RKENDALL. JONES ft CO. ,
iMiicc ur < t llec't , Jiiiu-s A l I
Wholesale Manuiacliirers of Boots and Shoes
AL'tnu lor llc lnii llulihi'r ' lini' ( o. HtU , IM \ HIM
llnrr.oy M. . omatin. Xctimutia.
W. V. MORScO. .
Johbers of Boots and Shoes ,
1U1 , 110S-110J Douclii * Pt.Oitiniui Mnuufiutorj" , Sum
mer --t. . 1) ( stun.
Coffees , Spicoa , Etc- _
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'CLARKE COFFEE co.
Omnhs tolfec nnd hplcn Mills.
Teas , Coilees , Spices , Baking Powder ,
Flavoring KitrnctF. l-aumlry Illne. Inks , itc. : 1411
lilii ilurnortrotfi. . i'iaha. .Sulirmka.
Crockery nnd .
" " vL" WRIGHT ,
Apcnt for the Munufactun-r" nnd Importrts of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Chimneys ,
Ktc OflHo , .flT b l.Uli M. , Omaliii. Ncbrntka.
PERKINS. GATCH & LAUMAN.
Iiuunrtor * nnd JuiibCM of
Crccier/ , Glassware , Lamis , Silverware
Etr. 1M 4 t'nrnnin fi , New Pnilun Iliillillni , ' .
Cotnmlotiloii and Storngo.
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R1DDELL & RIDDELL.
Storage and Coiiiiiiission Merchants ,
otlolll' " "Mrr Vfpi Chpo-p Pni'ltry , linmo ,
llWHovvardStrist. Omaha ,
CEO. SCHROEDER & CO. .
ucuiMor. to Mc'-hano A i-rLroeder )
Produce Commission and Cold Storage ,
Omnlm. Ne
FREDERICK J. FA1RBHASS.
Wbolo ute
Flour , Feed , Grain and General Coiiiiinsioii
Jleri'liHht. Corroipiinilpncocnllcllpil. 1011 North lull
MriM't , OlIIHllU. N'OU.
Coal , Coke nnd f-lmo.
OMAHA COAL COKE & LIME'COM
Jotes of Hard and Soft Coal ,
! OT South IStli Street , Oranlm , Nchratka.
J. J. JOHNSON & ICO.j
Maniifacliirers of Lime ,
AmlFlilppora ut Coul , ( uAk , Cement. HnMcr. I.lm
Drain Tile , and Sowur 1'lpc. onicJ , sia. s. ntu
St. , Umiiliu , Neb. Tulcpliouc til.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. .
Shippers of Coal and Cote ,
211 Suuth 13th K. , Omaha. Kcb.
Dry Cooda nno NotionB.
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M. E SMITH & CO. .
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions ,
1103 nml 110 < IXjimlas , Cor 11th M , Omahn , NcS0"
KILPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS Co
Importers and Johliers in Dry GooflsNotions ,
Gents' Kurultblni ; ( ioniU. Corner llth und
su.Omulm. Nebraska.
Furniture.
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DEWEY'A ; STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
_ Fa main Strci't. ' Omahn. Xetiraskn. _
CHARLES SHIVERICK ,
Furniture
Oraaba. Nebmtkn.
Crocorlos.
CALLAGHER A. CO
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
.0.1 , 707K > nnd 711 P. lOih St. , Omalm , Neb.
McCORD , BRADY k CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
I Ih and J.envciiworth Streets , Omalm , Nebrnslin.
Martlwnro. _ _
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. SADD'LERY'CO.
\VlinloiHlo .MnnutactiircM of
Saddlery & Jiifoers of Saddlery Hardware
Anil l.eathi-r. liffl , li'U ' nml 1117 Hnrcay St. , Omaha ,
Honvy Hnrdwnrp.
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W. J. BROAfcH ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Sprio.'e , WBKOH Stork , HanlwarM , J.umbcr , Ktc. 1SK
unil 1211 llarnujr Struct , Oiuahn.
HIMEBAUGH &TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop ,
' Tools and lluffalo Hcules. UW Douglai
Street , Onmba , N'ebraiika.
& COM
Wholesale Hardware ,
N HARD-
Wholesale Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plate ,
Metals. Short Iron , ct" Agents for Howe Soalcu.
Wlaiall'o\vderttudl.p-.anTaibud ! .
_ Omalu , '
_ _ Hats , Caps , Etc.
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"WI L7 PARROTTE & CO. ,
Wholesale Hats , Caps and Straw Goods.
1107UarDeygtrcet.OuiiiIip.Kob.
_ _ _ _ J-.u m b o r . " _
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OMAHA LUMBBFJ CO. ,
All Kinds of Building Material at Wholesale
IBUBtreetund Union t'aclHo Track , OuiaUa.
LOUIS BRADFORD
Dealer in Luralier , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Door , itc. YirJs-Corner 7lli and Doa'ilas , Comci
lnh aaa | jaiula
Dealer in All of Lumber ,
UltinnJ Cjlifurnin 9ircvK.Ou.alin , Ncbiiwki
Lumber Lime Cement Etc
Etc
, , , , , ,
Cornerflh ' nml fit..Omaha.
I'.W. HARVEY LUMBE CO. , "
To Dealers Only , I
_ .tlffl fnnmm Street. Omnhn. _
JOHN A. WAKEF1ELD , *
Wholesale Liimlicr , Etc ,
Importe.l nnd Amoflcnn IVtlnnd Conical BUt4
Axviit tur MllnniUn * HjdrHiillr Omi'.ii anil 1
( Jiilm y While t.itiii- .
CHAS. n.
Dealer in Hardwood Lite ,
Wood Carpets mill Parquet rioorlnit Dili ami DouilM
it
"Millinery nnd Notlonn.
I
I. ODERFELDER & CO. .
Importers & Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
IN 510mil ipuniltli lllh Mi-rot
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Ovcrnl'o. _ _ _
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers of Overalls ,
Jeans Punts , Shuts , I ! < ll.rjun 1 1131 Doiwlas Street ,
umi'lm. , 'b.
. . . . . . Notfono
j. T.
Wholesale Notions anil Furnishing Goods
4(0 ( nil * ! IK Bt ntlt Mil , M . O uniin
_ _ Olla.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholsalc Refined anil Lubricating ; Oils ,
\ilo Ori-ano , Kte. , Omnbr. . A II Hl hnp .Mi\n gtr ,
VINYARD & SCHNEIDER" !
Notions and dent's ' Furnishing Goods ,
1U& Ilnrnuy siropt , Oniuhii.
.L- " Offlco Fixtures. _ .
Tlir.IMMiMW ( ) MANU AITt IlING CO.
Manuf.ul ir < < > l
Bank , Office and Saloon Fixtures ,
Mantli" . sidolioarJ * . llmnc Cm. " llrtis I ixtiirc , Wnl1
I a ev I'nititi mi llailniK .l iumti-i llecrand Wins
CmilcT * . Mirror ? ct I til-tun am' > > nirrirJJHud 1753
South lolli Ml. , Oiunhii , Telupbono 1U4. "
Painto nnd Olla.
"CUMMINOS * NEILSON ,
\ \ liulu .ilo I > iMier Hi
Paints , Oils , Window Glass , Etc ,
lllh Fiim-nu Mroot. Onmha. Neb.
Pnpor. _ .
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PAPER CC\T
Wholesale Paper Dealers ,
Carry a nloo stock uf Priming. Wrapping mid Writing
I'Ardr. Special allvnlton Klven to CHT loud order * ,
JOHNL. WILKIE.
Proprietor Omalia Paper Box Factory ,
* . Oumha , Neb.
Nos Hi ; ami 1310 Douglas w
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Soods.
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PHIL. STIMMEI
Wholesale Farm , Fi : -l..6 = % t Sccfls
ill ) ami I'lu ' Jou sStrccf'Mm.iil
Storage , Forwarding & Commlaolon
A'RMSTRONO. PETTIS i co. ,
Storage , Forwarding and Commission ,
nraiich lioiiMMit the Hrmipv HustT Co. Du ilc t4
ntiulMuluundrpinil.liui 1(10 ( ami 1112 Uanl ticreet ,
Oaiutiu. 'ItilupUuiiu * * o. ? W.
_ _ _ _ _ Browora. _ _ _
STORZ & 1LER ,
Lager Beer Brewers ,
1521 North Klgtlitcontli Street , Oiunhn , Keb.
Cornloo.
EAGLE CTORNICE
Manufacture Galvanized Iron and Cornice.
John Hponctcr. rmprletnr ) Doilgo anil 101 and 101
North lutu Blruet , OninUii.
Printers' Materials. _
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION ,
Auxiliary PnWishers ,
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_ _ _ Rubber Cooda.
OMAHA RUBBER C
ManufactnrcK and Dealers in Rubber Goods
311 Clothing and Leather Helling. Km Knrniim HUa U
_ Sjsh , Doers , Etc.
M. A/DlsBROV , ' "CO. ,
Wholet ale Manuf ictiirvrB of
Sash. Doors , Blinds and Mouldings , ,
Brnncb uOlci1 , 12th und Irur.l . Slreots. Oumha , Net ) . ,
M A NUF A CT u R cco.
Manufacturers of Sash , Doors , Blinfiis ,
VaulilliiK ) , Mnlr Work nmt Interior IUrJ WooJ Mn.
mi. N. U , Corner ith nnd l.i'umuwonli btruett ,
Oiualm , IS I'D.
Flttlnga , Pumpa , Etc.
"A. L. STRANG CO. , "
Pumps , Pipes and Engines ,
5toam-
CHUHCHIL'L PUMP c6ri
Wholesale Pumps , Pipe , Fittings ,
'trnmnn1 Water Sitppllca. Ilc-.toiiari-r , for M t.
oem AOo'duooiU KaniHtii St , Oraaba. j |
U. S. WIND ENGINE i PUM , " CO.7
Steam and Water Supplies ,
Wind MHN. 018 anil ! W1 Pnrnam bt. , Omuhm.
< ! . T.Jloss , Actlns MUIIBKIT.
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BROWNELL & CO.
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery.
Bhuctlron Work . Kteam I'uintn.Haw MIWi. U13-ljli
I.euvcnworth tiiMoi , orauba.
_ _ _ _ Iron ' Works. _ _
STEAM' BOILER WORKS ,
Carter & ran. I'rop'K. Mnnufiictiirera uf all kind *
Steam Boilers , Tan'is and Sliest Iron Wort
Worki South 20th und J ) . 4. M Crosaluy. . /
nio.s woiiis.
Wrought and Cast Iron Building Work ,
Knslnev llram Work General Foundry Mnoblneaud
lilacksrnltb W'Tlc oniieuint Work * , L 1' . Hj.
naJ rtb Mrect , mnalm.
OMATTA WfRE & " 1R6"N WORKS.
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railing
Dvik lUlla , Window ( luanH. Klunrr Stalnii , Wlr
fclniii ) , Ktc. lil North Kth Htreot , Uui h .
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"OMAHA SAFE ancnR'ON WORKS ,
Man'frs ' of Fire & Burglar Proof Safes i
Caulti.Jnll Work , Iron arid Wlm Kenclnir HlKni , Eto ,
U. Audtcva , 1'roc'r Cur. llth and Jackioa UK.
CHAMPION IRON and WIRE WORKS
Iron and Wire Fences , Railing ? , Guards
and Screens , forbanUi.ofllro.ilori , re < Uunce .eto.
Improved Awnlnt-s l < ockimilh Micblnrrr and , ,
Illackimllh Workii. 4Ut hoilltl IUU SU
MEACHER k WHITMORE ,
Fire and Burglar Safes.Timc'LocTfl / ! .
Oeucral Acuutt iuf Dlubold J-V > A.