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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY , SEPTEMBER 5 , 1889.
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
Nothing of Special Interest In the
Whont Pit.
PRICE FLUCTUATIONS NARROW.
Corn VnliiRH Ailvnuuo on Proo Cov
ering by bliorts t'rovUlons n
lilttto UiiHcttlcdCattle Uusi *
miss Slow HOKA Fnlr.
CHICAGO puonuon MVRRRTS. ,
CHICAGO , Sept. 4. [ Special Telegram
to TUB BRR.I The wheat market wus not
especially Intorcstmg to-day and price fluct
uations were within u narrow range. Trndo
was light and news was boarhh In its tenor ,
yet this mnrlcot was not Influenced to any
great extent by statistics on commercial in
formation. Hutchmson wits the greatest
buyer. Ho took all the Dcceinbar whoit
that was offered at 78o during the early part
of the session and sold all that the crowd
cared to offer at 70o. Later ho withdrew
from the field as a seller and under the In-
llucnco of liberal buying ordorn from Now
York , Milwaukee and for local account , the
market strengthened. Cables ranoJ from
bttroly steady to decidedly wealr , . Dunn
bad sick cables from halt a dozen points
In England and on tbo continent ,
bringing soiling ardors , and In two instances
ordering a sale of wheat bought for ahlo-
ment Now York was bearish and kept slug
ging western commission houses with bulle
tins to the effect that wheat lately arriving
tbcro was nil going into storo. There was n
report nfloat that twenty. live boat loads hud
boon worked In Now York , but this was not
confirmed. The movement In ttio northwest
Is increasing considerably und the market
tboro is not particularly strong. It it rainIng -
Ing throughout Minnesota to-day , hon-over ,
und Bnowing further west , whllo Nebraska ,
Dakota and northwestern lown are throat-
cncd with frost. To what extent this weather
may affect farmers' deliveries remains change
to bo sedn. It is certainly not
calculated to increase them or
uccelorato the movement. The movement
throughout tbo winter wheat districts is
rather on the decrease. December who.it
opened at 7lc ) , and held for u couple of hours
between 78ff@7d.Jfb low and 7i ) , o high.
Trade was llcht und operations without es
pecial significance. The announcement that
to-morrow's estimate was for only 103 cars
started buying , and thereafter the market
was flrin ut sonio Improvement. December
advanced to 79c , and closed at 79p8@71l c.
September wus weaker than deferred deliv
eries. This delivery ranged at 77 ? c at tbe
opening , down to 7 , ' c , up to 77-'iSc ' , which
was the close. May opened at SSo , ranged nt
82J < @ 83 c , and closed nt SUJ c. As com
pared with yesterday , September is }
lower , December t-10u higher und May
higher. In tbu cash wheat market
business was slack. Local speculative senti ;
ment is becoming once more decidedly favor
able to the bear side.
Tbo corn market was active and prices ad
vanced on frco covering of shorts , caused by
a temperature of 23 degrees reported as pre
vailing at Fort Washnkle and a consequent
fear of Us spreading into tbo corn belt to-
nieht. Later it was reported , but not con
firmed , that it was snowing iu St. Joseph ,
Mo. Export clearances were only moderate ,
but advancing ocann freight and scarcity of
r * . vessel room was held to be responsible for
I the restricted movement. One circumstance
which prevented a further advance than
seemed likely to occur was the free selling
of September corn by a prominent operator
who for some time previous has been
a persistent buyer. Receivers were also
frco sellers of September against purchasers
of cash No. 3. October opened ut 3'JJVc ,
which was a trifle higher than it closed yes
terday , aud witb Intermediate fluctuations it
rose to 34 e and closed at that.
Oats were firmer , wilh "s'CgJi'o advance
scored. Tbo seaboard markets wore ro-
portcd a trifle hlghur , the weather was
threatening , and with reported probabilities
of frost In occasional uarts of the west und
sonic strength in corn , there was less
pressure to soil oats. September improved
} { a to 19 c , und May was in fair laver in
figures around -3c. Inspected receipts were
less than the recent average , and withdraw
als from store were largo. No. 3 regular
sold > o better at 19c , for No. 2 white Sep
tember 31Mo was paid , and No. 'J October
touched 21Ko.
In the provision pit the situation was a
little unsettled. Tlio Octobar pork deal
again attracted attention , but us the mys
tery surrounding it has boon removed by
I Hutchmson's avowed connection , traders
' were inclined to give it us little notice us
possible. The "Old Man , " however , kept
a vigilant watch on the market and showed
no disposition to change bis position.
Prices for the manipulated article were also
made to average higher than yesterday's
closing , whllo January pork , lard and short
ribs sold lowor. Outside of October pork
trade was depressed early by tbo reeelut of
hogs and rod cod prices prevailing for the
same , und during u good share of the day
the fooling was quite bearish. Toward ad
journment Increased strength was developed
oped by good general buying and at the
close January pork and October and Jan
uary short ribs wore quoted 2c higher than
yesterday's last prices. L'lrd closed at a de
cline of 7J o for September , 5o for October
and 2 > i'o for January.
CHICAGO lilVK STOCK.
CHICAGO , Sept. 4. ( Special Telegram to
TiiBHEK. ] C.vrrr.B Buslnojs w > w generally
plow , owing to the recent decline of Amor-
lean beef cattle In English markets.
Export steers and other fat natives sold
6@10o lower and were slow. Common and
medium steers were slow and also a shaao
lower. Texans were not as plentiful and
again sold from strong to a shade higher ,
making an advance of 10@15o for tbo week
o fur. Tboro were only a few loads of
rangers nnd onCh sold substantially higher.
Stackers uud feeders were in limited supply
and sold steady. Choice to extra beeves
$1.50(34.70 ( ; medium to good steers ,
1350 to 1500 Ibs. , M.K1.30 ! ) ; 1200
to 1350 Ibs. . 3 00 ® 4.15 ; USO to
1,200 Ibs , (3.00 ( 3.75 ; stackers nnd
feeders , (1.DO@.UO ; cows , bulls and
mixed , * I.VI5@9.tlO ; bulk , $1.75@2.10 ; Texai
cattle were stronger ; steers , t'J.10@3,70
cowa , $1.6502.00 ; natives and half-breeds ,
f3.00@3.Weows3,00@3.405whitored ; Texans ,
Hood The demand was fair , but prices
agalu ruled SvtlOo lower ou everything.
Puckers sold down to $3.ax < ? 3.70 for com
mon and * 3.75 ! 1 60 for the best , whllo se
lected heavy mold nt $3.65@3.W ) and the latter
was.tno top price at tbo close. Light sorts
sold at $4.40 ® M1 ! . Prices wore 8040o lower
than loit Saturday and the quality much
better.
_
F1NANCIAU
NEW YOUK , Sept. 4. jSpoohl Telegram
to Tun Hiii-STOCKS : ] The talk last night
In stock circles was all bullish. Even the
most radical bulls conceded that breaks of u
point or two may occur , but they will bo
used to pick up more stock. R. P. Dower ,
B , V , White , Slayback aud others say openly
thut hlghur prices nro ahead. The llpuro
Tor Transcontinental Is 40 before the close of
tbo week. Predictions on Northern Pacific
nro 40 for common and B5 for preferred
lock , while buyers of Chicago Gas claim
v that it U wprth 75 and will go thero. Com-
Jy.i inlistcn people recommend purchases of
If good stocks and speak confidently of North
western , .Uurlington , and Rock Island.
With the o conditions n very strongppomncr
of the market was expected , but instead tbo
opening was feverish aud Irregular , with In
dications of weakness in Northern Pacific
bares. Tuo undertone was firm , however ,
and prices began on upward movement
again before tbo end of tbe hour , aud at
noon very material advances were made.
Tbe market wa more restricted than for
the past few days und Northern Paoitlcs
ftud Grangers monopolized speculative inter
cst In the list , the remainder being quiet to
dull. Northern Pacific preferred opened nt
78K nnd suffered a sudden drop In the first
few hilnutos' trading to 7(5J ( . This was felt
'in the goncrnt hit nnd most stocks retired to
rrnnil fractions under the opening prlcas in
early dealings. The lo * in Northern Pa-
clflii preferred , however , was afterward re
covered and the general list followed. A
partial reaction In rnllroiul stocks , which wns
overdue , cnmo during the closing hours to
day. It was felt most In shnrc * which had
gone up most briskly. Transcontinental
dropped to ! IO , n loss of 1J ( from the top
nnd of J/ per cent from last night. Chcsn-
pcaka lost per cent. The heaviest realiz
ing nnd the greatest loss was In Northern
Pacific preferred from 73 * off to 75) ) or
2 % per cent under the close yesterday. The
other not losses were Burlington % to 103 ,
Northwestern K to H2 % . Missouri Pacitlo
} { to74 , ' and Union Pacific ? percent to
( MJ.fi St. Pjitil , Atclilson , nnd Wabash pre
ferred clojert.abuut steady with yesterday.
Iho nxccptlon to the weakness was In coal
stocks , Dataware & Hudson moved up
about 3 points to 15J , Lackawunna n point or
moro to 143 , whllo Handing closed steady nt
4 ! > % . Chicago Gas lost } { per cent from the
best point of the tiny nnd closed stonily nl
W } { . The total sales for the day were UOO- ,
112(1 ( shares.
The following were the closing quotations :
II. S. 4s regular. 1-7 ( Northern Pacific. . 34'f
U.S. 4s coupons . . .I'-'S ! do preferred TfiHj
U.S. 4' < sregular..lu'i'i 0. & ft , W 112/
II. S.4Kscoupons..liO'i rtopreferred H-1/
J'ttcliltflsot 'Hi llt ( .N.Y.Central 107
Central 1'aclflc 31 I'.O.&K l J '
ChlcnuoJcAlton..iSJ llocklslaud
iCRKO.urngoD . - , . . . .
JcQutncv . 107U do preferred . lift
. ' . .
Illinois Central . 110 I , do preferred . 1004
i.u. & w. , . BK Union IMclllo
Kansas ft Textu , , . , 12' ' * \ r..8t. L. &P UK
ake Shore iloproforred. . . . . . ill
Michigan Central. . Ill Western Uulon. . . . K5i ?
Missourti'aclflo. . . . 74
Moxnr On call easy nt 8Z$4 ( per cent.
Pimm Mciuuxrim PXI-BU 3VJ7 per cent.
STEIIUSO ExcitA.xnn Quiet nnd steady ;
ilxty-day bills , 4.81f } : demand , 4.S7 ; ! { .
Mining Stocks.
NKW YORK , Sout. 4. [ Special Telegram
to THE BBB.I The following are. tlio min
ing stock quotations :
Caleiluula 11. ll.tX : ) Mexican V-3
an Mutual 1IU
Crown Point . Ontario 3IH
Colorailo Cen . 1(0 Ophir 411
Con. Cnl , iV Va . 715 Occidental 180
Commonwealth.MO Plymouth 273
Deadwood T. . . . . 11)0 ) Havngo 2.13
Kuroka Con . V..1MO Sierra Nevada. 20 j
CJonld & Curry. . . . 215 Standard 1K ( )
1 1 ul c It Norcross. . . ! ( # Uulon Cousolida'd.3oJ
Ilomestnko , . 1KO Ward Consolidate.180
Horn Silver . 130 Vellow Jacket IEO
Iron Silver . SOJ
PKODUCI3 MA.RKUTS.
CHICAOO , Sept. 4. 1Mb p. tn. close
Wheat Firmer ; cash , 77c ; October , 77i c ;
December. 70 3-llic.
Corn Higher ; cash and October , 31c ;
December , V3c.
Oats Steady ; cash. 195-lOc ; October ,
&e : December , 20J.JV.
Kyo September , 42c.
Barley September , 03s.
Prime Timothy $1.31.
Flax Seed-l.25@fl.25K.
Whisky tt.02.
Pork-Firm ; October , 810.50 : May. 59.15.
Lard Steady ; cash. $ O.IM ! ; October ,
So.1'5 ' ; December , $3.75.
Flour Firm on winters and steady on
spring , patents as recently quoted ; winter
wheat , $2.00@ 4.40 ; spring wheat , S1.30 ®
5.10 ; rye , * 2.f > 0@2.60.
Dry Salted Meats Shoulders , 54.50 ®
4.C2K ; short clear , ? 3.37K@5.50 : short ribs ,
$3.00(15.10. (
Uuttor Quiet ; creamery , llQlSc : dairy ,
1015c.
Choose Unchanged : full crc.iai chod-
dnrs , 7 > @ 7c ; Hats , 7J @ 3c ; Young Amer
icas , SlgSJi'c.
ERRS Firm ; fresh , 14 ® 15s.
Hides Unchanged ; green salted , 5Jfc ;
light green salted , 5@5/c ; salted bull , 4) ) u ;
green salted calf , 5Ko ; dry flint , 7o ; dry ami
salted hidts , tic ; dry calf , 0@7c ; deacons ,
each 20o.
Tallow Unehancod ; No. I solid packol ,
No. 2 , > c ; cake , 4tf@l } .
Kecoiots. equipments'
Flour 2G.QOO 11,000
Wheat 172,000 189.0CO
Corn 733.00J 22 ,0l > 0
Oats 345,000 123.COJ
Now Vurk , Sept. 4. Wheat Receipts ,
2,200 ; exports , none ; spot dull and
weak ; now No. 13 rod , S4) fJ > 3.'ic In ele
vator and store , S5@8ilJ-.fc afloat ; No. 3
red , 81 % ( < $ S2j ; ungraded red , 74J5CKc ; op
tions very slow and easy ; No. 2 , September ,
closing nt84j c ; Octooer , 84c.
Corn Receipts , 01,200 bushels : exports ,
73,030bushels ; apotflrm. No. 2,4'J o in store
and elevator , 4S@l3J.f afloat ; ungraded
mixed , 41 } @ 43c ; options moro nctivo and
* li@o higher on reports of frost in the
northwest , closing steadier ; October closed
at 42c.
O.its Receipts , 11C.OUO bushels ; exports ,
500 ; spot firmer , options higher ; October
closed lit 2Go ; suot. No. 2 white , 27 @ % ;
mixed western , 2J@2ic.
Coffee Outions closed dull and 20 to 30
points lower ; sales. 2S.OOU bugs , including
September S15.W@15.r > 'J ; October , SISJJ" ) ®
15.40 ; November , 5.33@15..VJ ; spot Kio ,
quiet ; fair cargoes , { 1U.25.
Sugar Raw nominal : refined steady.
Petroleum United closed ut'J7c for Oc
tober.
Eggs Western , 17@19o.
Pork Firm ; mess , inspected , $12.50 ®
13.00.
Lard Lower : sales , western steam ,
Uuttor Western dairy , 9@l2 > o ; western
creumery , ll@l'Ja
Cheese Western , l5X@7j/c.
Mlniiciiiiolix , Sept. 4. Sample w'leat
higher at opening , but towards tbo close sold
at about yesterday's prices ; receipts , 178
cars ; shipments. 35 cars. Closing : No. 1
hard , September , 76o ; on track , 79o ; No. 1
northern , September , 74u ; December ,
77X ° t on track , 77o ; No. 3 northern , Sop-
tumber , 72u ; on track , 73@75c.
Mllwniilcnp , Sept. 4. Wheat Easy ;
cash , 7Kc ! ) ; December , 739/c.
Corn Uull ; No. 3 , 3J@JJKo.
Outs Dull ; No. 2 white , 2-ic.
Uyo Quiet ; No. 1 , 43c.
Harley Firm ; No. 3 , fiSo ,
Provibions Firm ; pork , cash , (10.50.
St. Ijouls. Sept. 4. Wheat Unsettled ;
cash , 70u ; September , 70.
Corn Higher ; cash and SoDtombar , 30o ;
December , 31o.
Oats Higher ; oanh. 18 > io.
Pork Quiet ut $11.00.
Lard-Dull nt * 5.75.
Whisky Steady at $1.02.
Butter Uucuancod ; croatncry , 15@18c ;
dairy , 12@14o.
Cincinnati , Sept.4. Wheat Easier ; No.
2 rod , 7rtu.
Cora Barely steady ; No. 3 mixed ,
Oats Quiet ; No.2mixad , 21@.ilJ o.
Whisky Active and llrm at Jl.UJ.
Kiui aa Clti' , Sept. 4. Wheat Steady ;
No. 3 rod , cash , 04 } e ; September , 04 , ' ci
No. U red , cash andjjcptombor , 5'Jo ' ; No i
soft , cash and September , Oojfe.
Corn Steady ; No , 3 , September , 24c
October. 23 o ; No , 3 white , cash , 34 > fc.
Outs No. 2 cash , ISo uskcd.
Ijlverpool , Sept 4. Wheat Quiet ;
holders after moderately ; California , No , 1 ,
7si$7s ( Id per cental.
Corn firm : demand fair ; new mixed
western , 4s l/d ) per cental.
LIVK STUCK.
Cliloairo. Sopt.4 The Drovers' Journal
reports as follows :
Cattle Receipts , 1,200 ; market slow , clos
ing lower ; choice to extra beeves , ( i.50@4.70
steers , $3.00 ( 4.30 ; stockers nnd feeders
fl. < KKg3.1u ; raws , bulls and mixed , 1.25fr
.2.00 ; Texas cattle , $ I.55@J,70 ; natives urn
half-breeds , | 3.00@3.UO.
Hot's Hecolpts. 10,500 ; market 5@10a
lower ; mixed , t3.G.VS4.2J ; hoavv. fJ.ftr "
4.05 ; light , $ J.t)0@ ) .tiii skips , 13.4031.40.
Sheep llocelpts , 6,000 ; market steady to
strong ; natives , $3.25C44.00 ; western , M.M ®
4.00 ; Texans , $3.40@UU ; lambs , $1.50@5.75.
Huiuaa OHr , Sopt. 4. Oittlo Ko-
celpts , 3,000 ; shipments , ; bo t native
dressed beef steers higher : common to
choice corn-fed steer * , $3.1)0(34.25 ) ( ; stockers
and feeding steers , | 1.CO@3.10 ; cow * , S1.S5
® 2.40j grass ranee steers , (1 50@'J.50.
Hogs Keceipts , 0,400 ; shipmunts , 1.200 ;
market weak and lower ; light , $4.05@4.17W ;
lieavy and mixed , 13.65(33.05. (
Mtoolc Ifardj , Jiait St.
Sept , 4. Cnttlo Heeolpls , 1,000 ;
hlpmcnts. 700 ; market A shade stronger ;
holco heavy nutlvo steers , M.IKI ( 4.25 ; faire
o choico. $3.70@4.00 ; atockors nnd feeders ,
3.00-2.80 ; range steers , $3.100103.
Hogs Receipts , 3,300 : shipments , 300 ;
market weak : hcnvv , $ .1.80@I.OT ; packing
grades , $3.70 ( < Jt.OOi light , Jl.lOQMU.
Kloux C.tv. . Sept. 4. Cuttlo Rocolptt ,
,000 ; shipments , DOO ; market steady ; fat
tcers.i.03Ji3.40 ( ; stockers nnd feeders ,
3.U42.SO.
Hogs Receipts. 2,000 ; market lower ; light
and mixed , $3.45l.03j heavy , J3.5CQ3.70.
OMAHA IjlVli } s COCK.
Cattle.
Wednesday , Sopt. 4.
To-dhy's cattle mnrkot was very dull , the
lotnand ocliig llcht nnd the buyers Ui differ
ent. A few good nutlvo beeves sold nt steady
prices , quite n number going nt $1.00 nnd
> vcr. The buyers remained in the exchange
> ulldlng n good slmro of the time , nnd they
vould not take the trouble to oven loolt at
ho western cattlo. The offerings of butchers'
ers1 were large , but there was no demand1 :
and hardly trading enouah to cstnbllsh
> rlccs. A packer remarked that ho would
not buy n hoof , but if ho wanted any cows ho
would try to buy them lowor. Only n few
> dds and ends , strays , etc. , changed hands.
Desirable native feeders nro held at nbout
iteady prices , but tbo buyers were inclined
o bid a little lower ou stockcrs and western
'ecdors. The trade on this class of rattle
was slow as well us on other kinds. A few
native feeders wont nt $ -.80@i.UO ! nnd some
stockers at $3.42
1 1(1 19.
A few light hogs sold early to the shippers
nt nbout steady prices , that is largely nt $3.85
and as high as (3,00. The shipping trade
also took a few heavy boss nt nbout yester
day's ' prices. The packers started out de
manding n concession of lOc from yesterday's
nriccs und they succeeded in obtaining It.
The trade was slow and suitors were not In
clined to part with their holdings readily at
the prices offered. The morning passed witb
very little business being transacted. At
mid-day there were about thirty loads unsold ,
some of them us line loads of heavy bogs us
ono need ask for und for which only $ . ) .no
was offered. At the tlmo of closing there
were nine loads unsold , salesmen refusing to
accept the prices.
There were n few sheep received which sold
at steady prices.
Receipt ; ) .
Cattle . 2,000
Hog4 . 5,700
Sheep . 210
Horses . CO
Prevailing I'rlaoi.
The following Is a table of prices paid in
this market for the grades of stock men
tioned :
Prime steers , 1300 to 1800 Ibs. .53.90 ( $4.33 '
Good stoara. 1313 to 14 55 Ibj. . . 3.53 WI.33
Good stocM. 1050 to 1333 Ibs. . . 3.25 f$4.0J
Common c-mnors . 1.0. ) ( cgl.59
Ordinary to fair cowa . 1.43 ( ( J1.75
Fair to good cows . 1.75 uol.90
Good to choice cows. . . . . . . . . 1.002'J '
Choice to fancy uows , heifers. . 3.3 J < di'2. ' > 0
Fulrto good bulls . 1.53 r < fcS.OO
Good to choice bulls . 3.03 ( # 2.20
Lignt stockers nnd f02dor3. . . . 3.8,1 dpl.tiO
Good feeders. 9.TJ to 1103 Ibj. . 3.5'J rrt > 3.00
Fair to choice light boss . 3.SO ( < ? 3.90
Pair to choice noavy ho s . 3.00 ( 3.75
Common to fair heavy hogs. . . 3.35 ( < W.53
Pair to choice mixed noes . 3. ( > 5 @J.SU
Ueprc-SBittnvo : S.ilcu.
STECnS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
4 . HIS $3 25 17 . 1291 S3 SO
23 . 1UI9 330 37 . 1U93 400
00 . 10SS 340 38 . iar/J 420
01 . 1104 3-10 38 . 1510 420
STAGS.
2 . 1333 1 C3
No. Av. Pr.
S10 Nebraskas 100 J3 bO
I/lvii Stock NotB .
C. Rosobury was la looking ever tbo mar
ket.
ket.J.
J. H. Stick was la from Elm wood with a car
of bogs.
James Danloy from Mompbls with ono car
of hogs.
Arthur Perry came In fron. Woboo with
two cars cattle.
C. Maw came In from Geneva and brought
a car loud of bogs.
Major Haver , from Denver , was in looking
ever tbo market.
V.'in. Richardson was In from Phillips with
a car load of bogs.
Goo. 13. Folton was In from Angus , Nob. ,
with one car of bogs.
A. Fisher was In from Prague , Nob. , wltb
tbroo cars of cattle.
E. W. Thompson and J. T , Selby came m
from Hastings , Neb. , with eighteen cars of
cuttlo.
Ole Oloson was In from Cedar Bluffs wit )
two cars of cattle.
A. S. Scott , from Crcightou , came in with
ono car of cattlo.
J , H. Harden came In from Tocutnsoh and
was looking ever tbo market.
The bog market is now at about the lowest
point of tbo season , so far as tbo heavy bogs
nro concerned at least. Otrtbo&itb of last
month tbo raogo of prices was about tbo
same , but tbora were not so many Hales ut
$3.00.
"I slzo up tbo ho ? trade in this way , " re
marked a peavy doalert "Prices will keep
coma lower until tbe run loU uu. whoa there
mny bo n little mlvanco , but Mtf Will not pot
back to the sturtlnc ( mint. iTbcn tirlccs will
RO lower nsrnln , until pooj hotfa will sell nt
'
Shippers In tbo country Tiftvo been can-
tlono J again nnil again to look ut for lower
prlres on hops , but still tlioy nro buying the
IIORS too high. After tbo pacjcqra bnvo been
on the bear Mdo for no long ItIs hlph thno
that shippers were Mtdlng oyor. to the sumo
slilo and buj'lnp the hogs nccpr ingl.v.
S. S. Hiulloy , onn of the best knowr.'clll-
70ns of Cedar Rapids , Nob. , was in with two
loads of cattle of bis own summer feeding.
The fat ciutlo In Hoono county , arc pretty
well run out. Tlio hall did considerable
damngo north of the town , and cut qulto n
swath , but aside from that ere ) nro looking
wnll. In speaking of his 'lallling business ,
Mr. Hndloy remarked that the farmers iiro
giving up wheat raising and nro planting
moro corn Instead.
AVIiSTEltN PACKING INTBIIISST.S.
TlinVcnk8 Hctttrns Show Material
Cinln.
CINCIXKATI , O. , Sopt. 4. [ Special Tele-
: ram to TIIK HEB. ] To-morrow's Prlco
Current will say : The week's packing re-
urns show u total of 13. > , ( K)3 ) hogs for the
vcok against lUO.OOO the prouodlng week und
03,000 last year. The Benson's total from
March 1 Is r > , lfl3,000 , against 4,150,000 n year
go , Indicating tin Increase of 1,015,000 , the
pnln for the week being 80,000. The week's
ixporta of homo product were quite llooral ,
> olng about 70 per cent In excess of the corresponding -
responding time lust year. _
'Place ! | . liHO j IBM.
lli85.UOO Ii70.two ;
CnnsaaClty KJVWJ C60.UUO
Juiahn Ml.lXM 4S5.UOU
St. I.onis 80I.OJO 2VI.UUU
ndlunnpolls. . . . 2it.ooo ;
incinnati M7.00J 0.1.000
Milwaukee 208,1100 149.000
fedar llnplds. . . I47.0IV 1117.000
Cleveland 133.0 X ) TO.OQO
Bloux City SU.OW .
) ttumwa 104,0 X ) Itt.OOQ
febrasku City. , ICOOil
it. Joseph B.ioon
iicoln , Neb. . . . 04,000 12.00
Ditrno's Cntnrrh Snuff.
When suffering with catarrh , cold in tlio
: ioud , nervous' hcadacho , etc. , use Durno's
Snuff , it will relieve you at onco. Prioo 25c
nt druggists.
SIIROEDER & DEAN
,
GRAIN
,
Provisions i Stocks
Basement First National Bank.
0O5 feouUiltttli Street , - Uinulia
- COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL BANK.
apital , - $4OOOOO
Surplus , - - > - 4OOOO
ddlcers and Directors .i M. Morscman , G.
Jt. Hitchcock. .Tos. Gnrncau" , Jr. , A. Henry. E.
M. Audorsou. Wm. G. Mnul. v.pres. : I * . II. Will ,
lams , A. P. HopUlns , pres.'A ; ? Mlllard , cashier ;
I'1. IJ. llryant , assistant cashier.
BLAKE , BOISSEVAIN& GO , ,
Liomloii. Englaiul.
ADOLPHBOISSEVAIN&CO , ,
Amsterdam , filollnml.
Transact a gcncinl liniiklng-buslncp - ? . Socurlllos
jouRlit and sold on commission. KorclRn cxclmnges.
Coramcrchil and traveler's loiters or credit.
Orders for bonds anil stocks ex ecu toil on commis
sion In London and on nlf Conrtnenlul Bourses of
Kuropo. "
NcgotlBtlons of Ilallwar , 'State , City and Corpora
lion Leans n specialty. t
NEBRASKA
NATIONAL "BANK ,
U. S. BEPOSITOSY , OMAHA , NEB.
Capital $400,000
Surplus , Jan. 1st , 188ft 52,000
OFFICEHS ANll DIUECTOH3 :
HKNHY . YATKH , President.
LEWIS S. UBKO. Vice President.
A. E. TooXAIiIK ,
W. V. MOUSE.
JOHN'S. COLMN9 ,
. C. COSIIINO ,
J. N. H. PATRICK.
W. I ) . 8. Jludiiu ? , Cashier.
THE IRON BANK ,
Cor. 12th and Karnnm Sta.
A General liauklug Duslnrsn 1'ransactad.
Boots and Shoes.
KIRKENDALL , JONES & < 70. ,
Buccesiors to need , June * k Co.
Wholesale Manufacturers of Boots & Shoes
Agent * for Boston Itubber Sboe Co. , lira. 1101 and HIM
Hurney Btruet , Ouaba , Nebruka.
Browors.
STOJtZ & ILEJt ,
Lager Beer Brewers ,
Kft North Elglitetnth > trcotOmih , Neb.
Cornico.
EAOLE COUNWE WOItKS ,
Mannfecturers of Galvanized Iron Cornice
Paper Boxes.
JOHN L. WJLKIE ,
Proprietor Omaha Paper Box Factory ,
Noa. 1317 and 1919 Douglaa street , Omnba , X b.
Sash , Doorst Eto.
si. A. Disonoir & co.t
Wbolei&le mznufuctnrcri of
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
Branch office , Utb d liard itreota , Omaka. Neb.
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Mannfaclnrers of San ? , Dsors , Blinds ,
Uouldlnii , itatr-work an' ) Interior bard wood Bnlili.
JiiVJ NortU 16tb atrftelj Omaba , Neb.
Pumps , EtOj.
BTRA.NO J CLAliK STEAM UEATItfo CO ,
Pumps , Pipes ! and Engines ,
Eteam , wntor. rallnar and mining auppllei , etc.
830 , V33 and Wl f'arn m auoiit , OmaUa.
U. S. WIND EXUINE & PUA1P CO. ,
Steam and water Supplies ,
HallUay wind mllli. 119 and 100 Jonca at. , Omaba.
U. K. Itoii. Acting Manager ,
BROWNVLL & CO. ,
Engines , Boilers aud'.General ' Machinery ,
bheat-lron work , ateani pum | ) . law mllU. UIJ-1315
LoarcnnerlU it reel , Ouiaba.
Irorv Works.
PAXTON A riERLINO IRON WORKS ,
Wrought and Cart Iron Biiilding Wort
Kuclnra. biati work , ventral foundrr.mtrblnoaui :
blackimltb work. Onice anil vori-i , U. 1' . Uj ,
and lllhttreel. Oronliiu
OMAHA WIRE A IRON WOHKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire andiron Railing
D ak talli , window ifuardi. flower atanda , wlrv algal
etc. IZJNurtulaUitrett , UinnUa.
OMAHA SAVE & IRON WORKS ,
Manf'rs ' of Fire and Burglar Iroof Safes ,
Vanlti , jail work. Iron ahuttort and flre earapvi
U. ADdrceo. prop'r. forcer llta aua Jacktua ut.
"
OUTHlDMAHA.
UNION UTOVK YARDS CO. ,
Of South
Agrloulturfcl Ijriplpmonts. .
CHURCHILL PARKER ,
Jsalcrin Agricultnral Implements , Wapm
Carrlagea and txmjlcv Jane * street , hctwccn Itli an <
lltb , om aba , Nebrxftka.
LINIXGER .t SIKtCALV CO. ,
lUricnlt'l ' Iinplcoients , Wasous , Carriages
nugalei , etc. Who1c ale. Omnha , Ncbrajk * .
ARLIN ; onUNDOHF A MARTIN CO. ,
\Vholc9Rlo Draleii In
Agricnlt'l ' Implcinents , Wagons & fin&to
001 , TOI , VX > and TOT Jonc itrcct , Omaba ,
NOLltfEMlLBURN& KTOD1JARD CO. ,
Mnnnfaoturor and Joblors In
Wairons , Buggies Rakei , Plows , Eto ,
for.9th and rnctflo streets , Omnha.
Artists'
Materials *
A. HObPE , Jr. ,
Arlists1 Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1513 DoujUs alrect , Omaba , Kcbrnskn.
Boots and Shoos.
W. V. MOUSE & CO. ,
Joohers of Boots and Saoes ,
101,1101 , ilOSDouclin ilrcot. Oranbn. Manufnctorr ,
Summer street , llojton.
Goal , Coke , Eto.
JAMES ir. THATCHER COAL CO. ,
Miners and Shippers of Coal and Coke ,
Jloon > JM { 8. NatloniiUlnnlc Uiillillnir , Omaba.
OM sUij COAL , COKE .t LIME CQ.
Jotters of fltrd and Stft Coal ,
203 South 13th ttrjet , Ouiabn , NebrasVa.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. ,
Shippers of Coal and Coke ,
lit South ISth at. , Omaba , Neb.
LUMBER , ETC ,
JOHN A. WAKEF1ELD ,
Wholesale Luuihcr , Etc ,
mporteil and American Portland 'cmont. State
aguut for Milwaukee hydrau Iccetuent and
( julncr wbUolime.
VHA8 R. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwcod Lumtier ,
Wood carpetsnnd parquet tluorlni ; . 'Mi aod Oounlai
atrects , Omaha , eb.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. ,
All Kinds of Building Material at Wholesale
18th street and Union 1'aclnc track , Omaha.
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Jooii , Ktc. YarJs Corner 7lh mid Douglas. Office
Corner lutb and Uouiila * .
FRED. W. GRAY.
Lnmhe1 Lime Cement Etc.Etc
, , , . , ,
Cormvr Oth and Douglas sis. , Omaha.
(7. N. DIETZ ,
'Dealer in All Kinds of Lunte ,
13th and California streets , OmahaNebraska.
r. OBERFELDER & CO. ,
Imprters & Jobbers iu Millinery & Note
203,210 and 312 South 11 til street.
Notions.
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furbishing Goods ,
1124 Ilarner Street , Omaha.
Commission and Storage.
RIDDELL & RIDDELL ,
Storige and Commission Merchants ,
Ipeclaltlcs Butter , met. cheese , poultry , game
1112 Hoirard struct , Omabn , Neb.
Dry C opds and Notjons.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Good ? and Notions
1102 and 1101 Douglas , cor. lltb itrcet , Omuba , Neb.
K1LPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS CO. ,
Importers & Jobbers in Dry Goods .Notions .
( icat's furnlstalntt coodi. Corner lltb and llarney
streets , Omaha , Nebraska.
HELIN , THOMPSON & CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers of
Woolens and Tailors' ' T,1 minings ,
317 South Uth Hired.
JFjjrnturo.
DE\VEir \
Wholesale Dialers in Furniture ,
Farnum ( tract , Omalia , NobrnsVa.
OlIAItLES SHIVEJIWK ,
Furniture ,
Omilin , Nabruika.
Crocorlos.
PA.XTON , GALLAGHER & CO. ,
f nolesale Groceries and Pr&Tlsioas & ,
705 , TOT , 701 ana 711 Soutli lOtli St. , Omalia , Nob.
McCOltD , SHADY & CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
lltb and Lflivenwortli itrccts , Oniabi , Ntbrukk.
Hardware.
W. J. OROA'ICH ,
He yy Hirilware , Iron and Steel ,
Eprlmii , wason itock , bard ware , lumbar , eto , 1201
_ _ and 1711 turner ti tOmaba.
LEE , CLARKE.ANDnEESEN HARD-
COMPANY.
Vnolesa't Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plate ,
' ' ' ' ' " 1" '
rWMEUAVQII & TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop
ilechoulc1 tool nd UulTalo § c lei. 1 Uoujlai
trcel. Ouiaba , Nob.
Toys , Eto.
If. I1ARDY & CO. ,
Jobber ! of
Toys , Dolls , Albums , Fancy Goodi ,
bout * furnUhlDK goodi , cblldreu'f rarrlURei ,
farnam itruot , Omaba , Neb.
Oils.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
Alia greno , etc. , Ouaba. A. U. BUbop , Manag r.
Papor.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper DJ lers ,
Carrr nice Hock uf printing , wrapping nnl writing
pupor.JiifecliU attention ( jlren to canl tiapcr
PRINCIPAL POINTS
EAST , WEST ,
NORTH and SOUTH
iso2
OMAHA
nd
N. AY. Cor. 13th and Dodge Sts. , Omaha , Neb.
THE LARGEST MEDICAL INSTITUTE IN THE WEST
FOIl THE TREATMENT OF AI.Ii
Chronic and Surgical Diseases and Diseases of tlic Eye and Ear.
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PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO DEFORMITIES , DISEASES OF WOMEN , DISEASES
OF THE URINARY AND SEXUAL ORGANS , PRIVATE DISEASES , DISEASES
OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. LUNG AND THROAT DISEASES ,
SURGICAL OPERATIONS , EPILEPSY OR FITS ,
PILES , CANCERS , TUMORS , Etc-
J. W. McMENAMY , M. 3X , President ,
And Consulting- Physician and Surgeon.
Organized witH a Ml staff of Skilled Physicians , Snrpons and Trained Norn
This establishment is a ponflanenbmedical institution , conducted by thoroughly
educated physicians ami surgeons of acknowledged skill and expeilonco. The
Institute bindings , situated on the northwest corner of Thirteenth and Dodge
streets , is composed of two Inrgo three-story biick buidings of over ninety rooms ,
containing our Medical , Surgical and Consultation Rooms , Drue Store , Laboratory.
Offices , Manufactory of Surgical Appliances and braces , and the Boarding Depart *
it for Patients , In charge of competent persons , constituting the largest and
one
.
U11U KlW * l gVLJV * * Hlfc > w U&V\ylt kJb * l'VOf 4 1IU OI.VUIII&AJ 11U11U *
Wo have superior Jidvantages and fucilitics for trcntinff diseases , performing
wirgical operations , boarding and nursing patients , which , combined with our
acknowledged ability , experience , responsibility and reputation , should make the
Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute the first choice.
You can come direct to the Institute , day or night , as we have hotel accommo
dations as good and as cheap as any in the city.
Wo make this explanation for the benefit of persons who may feel inclined to
go further east for medical or surgical treatment and do not appreciate the fact
that Omaha possesses the largest and most complete Medical and Surgical Insti *
tuto west of Now York , with n capital of over 8100,000.
DEFORMITIES OF THE HUMAN BODY.
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APPLIANCES FOB DEFORMI
Q TIES AND TRUSSES.
M
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Best Facilities , Apparatus anil Rcmcdion for Successful Treatment ot
every form of Disease requiring MEDICAL or SURGICALi i
TKEATB1ENT.
In this department wo nro csprnially successful. Our claims of superiority over
nil others nre Imsc-d upon the fact Unit this is the only medical establishment man 1
ufacturing surgical braces and appliances for each individual case. Wo have
tlneo skilled instrument makers in our employ , with improved machinery , and
hiivo all the latest inventions , as well aa our own patents and improvements ,
the result of twenty years' experience.
The treatment of diseases by electricity has undergone great changes within the
p stfow years , and electricity is now acknowledged by all schools of medicine ustlm
gioat remedy in all chronic , special and nerve diseases , for nervous debility , par
alysis , rheumatism , diseases of women , etc. , and iu many eye and ear diseases it
u the most valuable of all remedies.
. In order to obtain its full virtues , itis absolutely necessary to have the proper
apparatus. Wo have lately purchased three of the largest and most complete
batteries manufactured , so constructed as to give the most gentle as well as the
uiost powerful current. Persons , treated at this Institute by electricity recognize
tonco the difference between our expensive and complete electrical apparatus
and the common , cheap batteries , iu use by many physicians. Over 3,000 dollars 41
' .uvcsted in electrical apparatus.
1
PRIVATE , SPECIAL , NERVOUS AND
BLOOD DISEASES.
Wo claim to bo the only reliable , responsible establishment in the west making
a specialty of this class of diseases. Dr. McMonumy was one of the flrst.thorough- ,
ly educated physicians to make a special study of this class of diseases , and his
methods and inventions have been adopted by specialists in Europe and America. !
Ho is the inventor of the Clamp Compress Suspensory , acknowledged tlio best inj
use. All others are copied after his invention. By moans of a simple operation ;
painless and safe , recently brought into use , wo cure many cases that have been
given up as incurable by medical treatment. ( .Read our look to men , tent free to cmy
address. )
DISEASES > F E3TT33
Wo liavo hnd wonderful success in this department in the
past year , and have made many Improvomouti tn ourfaciU-
tics for treatment , operations , artilieial eyes , ate.
CASES TREATED BY LETTER.
Wo have greatly improved our facilities ad rn thorta of
treating cases by correspondence , und are having bettor success in this depart.
inent than ever before.
We are fully up to the times in nil the latest inventions in medical and surgical
operations , appliances and instruments , Our institution is open for investiga
tion to any persons , patients or physicians. Wo invite all to correspond with or
visit us before taking treatment elsewhere , believing that a visit or consultation
will convince any intelligent person that It is to their advantage to place them
selves under our care.
( Since this advertisement Jlrst appeared , many loastiny pretenders and frauds have
come and gone and nuiny mvre will come und go , remembered only by their unfortunate
and foolish victims.
"A trine man invcstigntajlrst and decides afterwards.
A fool decides first , then investigates. "
The Omaliu Mtdkul und auryical Institute is indorsed by the people and the press ,
More capital invested , more skilled physicians employed , more modern appliances , instrut
incntd und umiarutut in twe , more cases treated and cured , more successful suraicul
operations pcrfoi-mcd , than in all oilier medical establishments in the West combined ,
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Vurt NIxlli-UiscAHEH Of MEN , J'rlVKto. Special ami Nervous DiscusesHporraatorrluea ( Seminal
Weakness ) , Imi > otoncy , Varlcocclu , fJtrlcturc , Qlcot , Hyplilllg , aud all disease * of tbo Cioulia
Urinary Organs ,
DISEASES OF WOMEN AJSS2Hr Wu- " r'A""r
roit WOUUN QuitiNU C'ONriNUMKNT. ( Btrlctly 1'ilvule ) .
Only ICcliublo nrudlcul Instltiito Malcliif ; n Hpcctulty of
PIUVAT13 DISEASES.
All nioo < l DUeaKC * successfully treated , Byplilllllo I'olron rcrnored from tie iretein wllbuul
mercury , Nuw Koaloriitlvo Trvtitniont fur Ix > a of Vital Tottrcr. I'utloula unublo Iu visit us in y
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truatud at borne by rorretpondetico. All coininiinlciitloiis conllrtcntlul. Jlixllclncs or liutrit *
OMAHA MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE ,
JUtU otid JoOi