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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATJ&KDAY , SEPTEMBER 7 , 1889.
Wheat Heavy nnd Lower With tbo
Longs Deposing of It.
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CORN SOLD AT THE OPENING.
No Umifliinl Stir In Provisions and
Urnilorn of All Classen Con *
scrvnuvo Cattle I'rices *
About Hteatly.
CHICAGO PUOOUOK MAItllRTS.
CIIICAOO , SopU ( > . fSpncInl Telegram
to THE Br.n.1 The wlicntmnrkot was licnvy
nnd lower to-day. Thu predominant feature
was Urn Belling out of "long" whout , tlio tlo-
clinlng tendency being emphasized by a re
newal of speculfxtlvo ofTcnnKs ou u liberal
scale , principally for local account. Cables
worn sick , anil buying orjors In this nnd
other American markets wore In tunny In
stances sharply roJui53d. Suvor.il liouso.i
had buying orders for foroleu uccaunt only ,
slightly below tlio market at Its lowest
point , however. The edge of thu foreign
demand for American wheat ut current
prices seems to bavo boon dulled for the mo
ment. The Interior milling douund Is also
reported to bo less urgent , but us farmers In
the winter wheat growing states will ba oc
cupied In the near futura In sooilinj ? , It Is
not expected that the forward movement of
Winter wheat will show any increase. On
the contrary , popular expectation Is the
other way , nnd u falling olT In receipt *
nt primary winter wheat murkett Is.counlud
on. The northwestern movement Is decidedly
on the Increase , and it promises to keep ut
flood tide for a long time uhea.l , unless the
weather should bccotno so bad as to chock
deliveries. Thu temper of the trading crowd
was bearish for thu start to-day. December
opened nt 7iJo , with sales Immediately ut
7dc. , The murltct touched 78J o uoforo the
decline wai chocked. It rallied to 73c and
tnen turned down again , going to 78c. John-
sou undertook to peg the market at 7dJc and
was the bl-rgcst buyer in ttiq pit. His brok
ers bought u if day , but , tboy could not or did
not stem the tkte. Slight rallies wuru fre
quent , but the tone of the market was heavy
throughout the session. December closed at
Miiy opened at 82jJfc , runu'ed t
and closed at SHa September ,
which was far from active , opened ut Tti-S/o ,
ranged at 77@7o ( and closed at 70 c. Tim
net dccllno was about Ic. Thu
market was active early , vury dull during the
middle of tha session and qulto active again
during the last threo-iiuartors of an hour of
trading. Tno northwest was exceedingly
bearish In its advices ami sontsolllniorders ,
Now York , fora wonder , seemed Inclined to
pull buck when the decline set in hare. That
pluco soon got in line , however , and toward
the lust supplemented the western weakness
by u budget of bear toleprums reilecting
foreign bcnnshncss. Seaboard exporters
Were slow , but they cuino in on thu homestretch
stretch with oven moro than their customary
vigor. Something of u commotion was caused
by the publication of certain millers' con
clusions as to the total einp , based on in-
ereaseJ productiveness of now wheat viewed
from n manufacturer's standpoint. The
theory is not now , but the results mentioned
struck the bulls us extravagant.
There was n gouornl rush to soil corn ut
the opening. Heiiorts from the threatened
districts in the corn belt relieved thu fears
of the bears , for , although freezing tempera
ture wus reported from n few scattered
points , there wus said to bo scarcely onougli
to injure the tomato vino. Tnis wus the
chief cause assigned for the selling raid ut
the openlnir , and until October touched 'M' a
tbero was no desire to buy. At this point ,
however , u good demand from the shorts set
in , which carried tlio price back to about thn
opening quotations , but only to full back to 11
still lower figure later In the day. Septem
ber delivery brought o premium over next
month , principally through the olforts of
Hutclilnsou'a brokers , who were active buy
ers for the present month. ' The dainaud for
cash corn was modorutely active and May
delivery received considerable attention
also" , but both shared in tlio general down
ward trend. The closing prices were from
% a to J c under yesterday , September rest
ing at Jiyk'c nnd October nt 32@ia.J : < e.
In outs a moderate speculative business
was recorded , though at slightly lower
prices. May was the favorite , with prices
about % c lower , while fair quantities of long
September oats camu out , causing near fu
tures to nag ) tf@e , this month touching
lUc. Tbo general weakness was duo to the
heaviness In corn and good weather , while
the receipts nnd estimates for to-morrow
were below recent average. No. 3 regular
Bold at lUc , with cur lots in special locations
at the customary slight premium. No. 3
ivhito sold at 21c for September and ± ta
for October.
In provisions there was no unusual stir.
Traders of all clastcs were somwhal coii-
Borvutivcly inclined in their opera
tion * and tlio day's trading was
devoid of special foaturo. Hog receipts
at western points again made a good showIng -
Ing , and us thu outlook now promises a largo
corn crop und un abundant supply of hogs
this coming year , the underlying sentiment
of the trade was bearish. Pork for October
is UU looked after by Hutchlnsou und prices
to-day lor the sumo averaged higher than
those of yesterday. It also closed at un ad-
vuncoof I2&0. The closings of January
pork showed a decline of 7' ' c , for January
Jurd of % c , for September short ribj of
2J c , for October short ribs of lOo and for
January short ribs of 5c.
CHICAGO IilVE STOCK. .
CniUAnn , Sept. 0. | Special Telegram to
TunUm ! . ] CATTLE Husiness opened slow ,
but prices ruled ubout steady. Some- sales
men thai had exactly stock that suited may
have sold at u bolter advantage than yester
day , but In a general way tboro was vary llt-
tlo change , The receipts were divided at
1,600 Texans , 3,000 rangers and tuo remainder
natives. Toxuns sold about steady as com
pared with yesterday and rangers a shade
bettor than any day this weak , and the
quality was also bettor. Native butchers'
atook was selling somewhat better on ac
count of the light run of Texans and an ad
vance on the sumo. The stoeker und feeder
trade presented , no new features.
Common and light llttlo things are
not wanted and best heavy are a shade
bldiur than last week , Choice to extra beeves ,
M.50@-l.bO ; medium to ebod steers ,
lUfiO to 1500 Ibs. . M.80Q440 ; 1200
to 1U50 Ibs. , $340 ( < M.OJ ; OJO to
1,200 Ibs , I.OO(3U.70 ( ; stoclcers nml
feeders , fl.BO@.10 : ! ; cows , bulls und
mixed , ei.oodCU.li ) ; bulk , tl.75@3.10 : Texas
tuori. 13.00(33.00 ( ; cows , * 1.50@3.00.
Hens Musmess wus brisk and prices
steady to strong on prime heavy and un
changed on packers and. other classes.
Hough und common sold ut M.7U' < t3.75 and
best packers at M.SOS3.1X ( ) . Tlio boM heavy
sold nt * 3,05@4,05 , a few fancy houvy ut
tUUft-l 15 , light sorts ut (1.4534.50 and
singe sort ut ft,70 ,
P1NANO1AU.
NEW VOHK , Sept. 0. jSpoclal Telegram
to TUB HBIJ.J STOCKS The business of
Thursday in stocks showed moro clearly
than bcforo that the public has begun to
take hold of hluh-prleed shares. The testl-
mouy of coEimisuion houses Is to this effect
idso , Advocates of still higher prices fuel
encouraged over this fcntuso of the markst.
The Impression prevails ( hot no violent rn-
action of nuy extent will talio place , Ono
assurance U tha fact that each smull break
iu prices is followed by dullness , while activ
ity is followed by un advance. At the open
ing to-day tl ore was considerable pressure
upon KoJthera 1'aulllo preferred , and Atchl-
ton and the former rose > per cent , which
mllueiu'o spread to the rust ofthe list , and
the market , while active , was very feverish
In the llrst llfiumi minutes1 trading , most
stocks nlmdlntr off slightly from first prices.
Thu moat marked feature lu tha Hat , how
ever , was Richmond & West Point , which
developed unusual activity for that stock
nd steadily rose \ } ( per cent to 25. The
general list followed , nnd the early losses
were about made up. Among the Inactive
shares Texas Lund Trust was especially
strong nnd rose 1 per cent to 17. At the end
of the hour Grangers wcro T@ percent
lower , pxcopt linrllncton , which recovered
to the closing llunre last night nt 108 V
Trusts were dull. During the hour to noon
business In the stock market was largely
monopolized by St. Paul , Louisville , North
ern I'aclflo nnd Heading. Thn list contin
ued Irregular. During the closing hours
there was heavy realizing by many und watt-
Ing by these who had nlicady taken urollta
nnd hold off for a reaction , At the c\oc the
list was iriORUlar , with many stools just
whcro tlioy closed lust night , while Coal
slocks showed good trains on Inrno business.
Jersey Central went up to 120J.f > closing at
120. Uig Four lost j ( and Louisville and
Lake Shorn gained ( iZJ per cent cuch.
Northern Pnclllo common closed Jf per cent
lower nnd preferred"steady. . In western
stocks )3urlington ) nnd Missouri Pacific
nlone showed gains of ' { dl f per cent. Dela
ware St Hudson gained I to 150 , Liickawonnn
j to ir > % and Heading ; < per cent to 4'X-
The total sales were lUO.IhW shares.
The followlne were iho closing quotitlons :
0. 8.4s regular. 127 , Noilhorii I'aclllo. . Tfl'l '
U , 8. 4scoupons . . .128 dopruforrod -
U.S. Uisroumnr . .lor.t , , ' e. * : M.V nit's
U. 8.4iH ! coupon.1n ( > { iloprnrerrcd K-'i '
raclllLllsot M ) HH .N'.V.lVntrrvl NW.'i '
CVntral INvclllc. . . . m l > . D.fcB 23M
Clilcasoic Alton. . . .l Uork Island l l
Uhtcaico.liurllnKton C. , M. & St. ! ' 74J !
ilopreforred til
'u&nha : r.
Illinois CPiitnU 117 < ilopreferreil UX > ! i
I. , . & W. , U'i ' tl.ilon I'aclllo fil'j '
" W..8t.L. & ! . . . . . . . I'M
lnko Shorn llf.4 doproforred KHj
Ceutral , 1 JU Western Union. . . . tO'i
Missouri 1'ftcltlc. . . . 75Ji
Moxur On call easy ut3i < MK per cent.
PIUME MRiuuxrn.ii 1'Ai'ititfl ( j" tiar cent.
STHULI.SO Excii\NnE Qulot ami stronjr ;
sixty-day bills , $ I.S4 ! < : demand , S4.S8.
1MIODUOIJ MAUlttiTS.
CHICAOO , Sept. 0. 1:1& : p. m. clo o
Wheat Lower ; cash , 70 'cj October. 7CYoj
December , 78 l-10c.
Corn Lower ; cash , 33)ic ; October , 33
3-10c ; December , 3i L- .
Oats Easy ; casn , We ; October , 19xVc ;
December. 19 l5-10i\
Hyo September , 42c.
Harley Not quoted.
Prime Timothv Sl.Wi51.34. :
Flax Seed Cash , fl.'J7Kc ; September ,
$1.'J3.
$1.'J3.Whisky
Whisky fl.03.
Pork-Firmer : cash , 810.03 < ; October ,
J10.07K ; January , l.07Jf.
Lard Steady ; cash , Ki.OOj Octobcr.fo.'JJ ;
December. $5.1 (3(0.75. ( ( i
Flour Unchanged ; winter wheat , $3.00@
J.40 ; sprlm ; wheat , $1.30rg5.1U ( ; rye , S3.5U
( Sj-'sO. '
Dry Salted Meats Shoulders , .50@
4.0'2 ; short clear , * 5.37 > ( i45.50 ; short ribs ,
S3.00i.d5.05.
Uutlor Dull ; creamery , 10) ) @ 19c ; dairy ,
1010o.
Cheese Quiet ; full cream cheddars. 7 }
" ; Hats , 8d,8 , , ' c ; Yount ; Americas , '
Firm ; fresh ,
Hides Unchanged : srccn aalteil , _ ,
light green salted , 5j$5 > .fu ; salted bull , 4Wc ;
green suited calf , 5) o ; dry Hint , "o ; dr.v and
salted hides , Oo ; dry calf , OJ7o ; deacons ,
each 20c.
i'allow Uuclmnced ; No. t solU p.tckoJ ,
4@4j. o ; No. ' 2 , 8X ° i cake , 4 ! @IXJ-
iteceluts. anipuicnts.
Flour 13,000 8,000
Wheat KJS.OOa 131.0CO
Corn 472.00J ! i43.000
Oats U43OOD 141,00a
Now York. Sept. \Vhoat-Heceipts (
218.000 ; exports , 43,030 ; spot dull nud
M@Ho lower and wealt ; now No. ! J rod , KIJi
( ! ia4 ! S4'e In elevator ; 84 > @ 8l o afloat ; 84)
Olbilt. o. b , ; No. 3 red , aitjgsitfo ; ungraded
red. 78'JO sc ; options inotiorutoly active ,
% @lc lower ; No. a red , September , 83c.
Corn Uecoipts , , t7OUO ! bushels : exports ,
117,0JO bushels ; spot moro nctlvo , } c lower ;
No. 2 , 42 % < $ tiilo in store and elevator , 4'1@
4i ; ! c ufloat ; ungraded mixed , 42@4'3X < J ; op
tions dull , ) j31e lower.
Oats Receipts , ( > 4OUO bushels ; exports ,
52,000 ; spot , fairly active nnd easier , options
dull and lower ; September ut 2oc ;
October % 5o' , suot. No. 2 white , 274@2Jfo ;
mixed western , 24(223c. ( !
Coffee Outions closed steady ; 30 to 35
points up : sales. September , S1D.OO@15.70 ;
October. $15.TO@1583 ; December , * 15.75@
15.8.5 ; spot Hio , Annor ; fair cargoes , S19.2.V
Sugar Unw , stronp : ; bettor domnnd ; cent
rifugals li ) ( test ( ij u : Muscovado 87 test , ,
RJfa ; 90 test , 5c ; retlned , fairly active and
firm.
firm.ERRS E-is.v , ( ) iuot ; western , 17 ( ! 18't ) .
Petroleum Quiet , steady ; united closed
at OS'i'c for October.
Pork Firm.
Lurd Steady to weak ; western steam ,
(0 42M@15.45 ; September , $ .40.
Uutter Choice , stronger and In fair de
mand ; western ! ! @ 19c.
Cheese Higher ; western , 0 > j@7 c. .
Aliniiciipolii , S'jpt. ( I. biunplo xvhcat
fractionally lower ; receipts , 201 cars ; ship
ments. 105 cnra. Closing : No. 1 hard , Suiv
Sojt. 0. Wheat Easy ;
cash , 72X ; Ootxibcr , 73B'o.
Corn-Dull ; No. 3 , 3io. :
Oats Steady ; No. 2 white , 22 ; c.
Hyo Quiet ; No , 1 , 42a
Uarloy Ejsior ; cash , 57 c.
Provisions Firm ; porlr , cash , $10.70.
Ijlvcrponl , Sept 0 , Wheat Dull ;
holders offer moderately : rod western
spring , 7s ( )7B ) Id pur cental ; red western win
ter , ( U Od 'is ' 9J.
Corn Firm und demand fair ; now mixed
western , 4s 3)fd ) < per cental.
St. Lioui.s , Sopt. 0. Wheat Lower ; cash
and Octobr. 70o ; December , 77c.
Corn Lower ; cish. 29I o ; October , ! ! OJfc. (
Oats Lower ; cash and September , ISJJe.
Pork ( > uiot ut * ll.OO.
Lard Firm at 85 80.
Whisky Steady ut 31.0J.
llutter Dull ; creamery , lOgl' U ! dairy ,
13@14c.
Kansas Oily , Sept. 0. Wheat Steady ;
No. 2 rod , cash und Saptombar , ( lie ; Oclo-
ber , ( > lJ < jO bid ; t 'o. 3 rod , cash nnd Septem
ber , 5Sc Did ; No 2 soft , cash und September ,
03K bid.
Corn Quiet ; No. 3 , cash , 2lo bid : Sep
tember , 34o.
Outs No. 3 cash , 17o.
IjIVE STOCK.
Ohloneo , Supt. 0 The Drovers' Journal
reports us follows :
Cuttlo Keeolpts , 10,030 ; nmrkot steady ;
choice to extra beeves , $ J.5'J I.UU ;
steers , (3.00i ( 3.li3 ; stockers and feeders ,
( J.UO I.IO ; cows , bulls and mixed , $ l.00 < g
3.00 ; Texas caltlo , fl.50@3.00 ; western rani-
or , $3.76@.3.IX ) .
Ho s Ueceipts. 13,500 ; market strong ;
mixed. $3.70@4.30 ; heavy , jaOOgl.lO : light ,
f3.KO@l.0 ; stilps , * 3.45r < JJ.)5. : )
Bhcop Receipts , 11,000 ; market steady ; na
tives. 1.00(3 ( 1.73 : western , M.HOfcSl.OO ; Tox-
unsi.ix4.10 ; ) ; Iambi , fl.5003.W.
UniiNnH Oity , SepU 0. Cattle Ho-
ccipts , 1,000 ; shipments , 2,000 ; market
irregular and in some eases lower ; common
to choice $ ! ) . ! Ki4 ) ( 20 ; stookors and feeding
steers , $1,00 ( 3.11) ) ; cows , fl.'i'X < ? 2.00 ; grass
ramie Bloom , $ L.lU ( < i3.75 ,
Hogs Heoolpts , 3,003 ; 'shipments , 1.000 ;
market opened strong und 5 10o lilgher ,
closing with udvuuca lost ; common to choice
light , M.60@4.20.
Niitloual ritoalc Var.li , Mist Ht
IjuulH , Sept , . Cattle -Hcoaipts , 033 ; ship
ments. 3.UOO ; market active and strong ;
fair lo choice heavy native steers , # 3,80 , < $
4. SO ; stackers ana feeders nominal ; range
steers , ei.9Jci3.70. (
Hogs Hqcolpts , ll,003 ( shlnuients , 1,000 ;
market higher ; lair to choice heavv , f I,10C'3
4.25 ; packing gra Jos , f3tjaa. 90 ; light , $1.23
@ 4.40.
Sioux Oty | , Sopt. 0. Oattlo
2(30 ( ; shlpuiouts , C20 ; murkol steady ; fat
steers. FJ.90 < iJ3.40j stookow and feeders ,
$3.00053.75.
Hogs Hecolpts , 500 ; morkot higher ; light
and mixed , fJ.70@a.75 ; heavy , M.75i J.80.
OMAHA HVK STOCK.
Out tin
Friday , Sept. 0.
The market was slow again to-day and
even the bust grades of native beeves were a
drug ou the market. Tbo dressed beef
operators claimed that the rofrlgorntors wcro
nil full of beef nnd tlmt they could not ban-
llo any moro. If they talked ouy nt all ,
they would tnlk lower nnd the feeling was
very weak. Ever slnco thd break in the
market the best grades have not suffered
very much decline until during the past two
dnyswhoii they , too , have hod to come down.
Tno prices paid for nntivo steers ranged
from W.OO to $ . 0 but largely ut SJ.&OGJ4.00.
There wa nome trading in Texas steers , nnd
while there were no sales yesterday with
which they could bo compared the market
was certainly higher than at the opening of
the present week. Some 1,077-Hi Texan *
sold ut $2.I5. ! butchers' stock was extreme
ly slow und dull. A few common nntivo
cows wont utSl.fiOMl.COnnd some westerns
nt $ l.Xg3,20. ( ) ( Stockers nnd feeders sold
Trccly and there was a good demand , with
plenty of buyers in the yards.
The shippers paid a little moro money for
their hogs this morning , possibly o more ,
both on light nnd heavy weights. The pack
ers did not show any Inclination to advance
prices , but scorned contented to lot the { ship
pers have the hogs. What the shlpuors did
not want the packers would buy , paying yes
terday's pncas , nnd In some instances less
that Is , about $ -1.05 for full loads of heavy
weights and $3.f > 0 for good heavy ends of
loads from which the light had boon sorted ,
8li > Ci.
A double deck was received nnd sold at
steady prices.
Kccnipts.
Cattle . 1,800
Hog ! . . . 3,300
Sheep . 175
t'ravallln t I'rlaoi.
The following is n table of prices p.iid in
this market for the Ki'.idca of stock men
tioned :
Prime steers. WOO to KiOO lbs.t.no ; © 4.30
Ooodstscrs. VJSO to HiOlbi. . . 3.50 < i U5
Oood stoors. 10V ) to l'U3 Ibs. . . 3.2 fft > 4.0J
Common canners . l.OJ ( il.5'J
Ordinary to fair cows . 1.49 ( { $1.75
Fair to good cows . 1.75 W1.90
Goodto choices cows . l.DJ ( ( 2.2J
Choice to fanovcowa , holfOH. . " .33 ( fJ2.riO
Fair to coed bulls . 1.50 ( a > 2.00
Good to choice bulls . 3.00 ( u < 2.20
Llgnt stackers nnd feeders. . . . 3.3"i C'2.00
Good feeders. 950 to 1103 Ibs. . 2.50 W3.00
Fair to choice Ilirht hess . 3.85 ( < 0.90
Fair to choice heavy hoijs . 3.05 (3 .80
Common to fair he.wy hogs. . . 3.45 WJ.50
Fair to choice mixed nogs . 3.70 ( iJU.85
Heprojontntivo rf
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
13 . 10(55 ( $3 00 81 . 1213 S3 50
18 . 1074 320 1 . 1153 3 115
23 . 10tr 330 19 . 118t 3 (15 (
42 . 1114 345 82 . 129(1 ( 375
18 . 1154 350 80 . 1340 400
COWS.
10 . 1142 150 0 . 1057 1(50 (
23 . 1010 1 Oil
STOCKHHS.
23 . 800 235 200 . 890 2 CO
FHUDKUS.
24 . 812 315 18 . 1203 200
33 . 791 225 9 . 911
24 . 710 230 21 . 1051 270
43' . . 1110 2 5J 94 . 1019 280
21 . 953 250 18 . 1203 285
1IUU.9.
1 . 1430 1 50 1 . 1300 1 85
STAOS.
1 . 1190 173 1 . 1300 280
CANNEll-J.
18 . 830 1 00
CALVES.
17 . 348 2 00
WLSTCIIN" OVTTM5.
Owner No. Av. Pr.
ir.cown , range 901 $1 00
14 feeders , range 12S3 220
75 feeders , range 10U9 2 40
5 feeders , range 1313 390
20 steers , strays 1104 2 20
2 steers , slrays 1015 2 20
1 bull , stray 1230 1 50
1 canner , range straj' . . . 1050 1 25
1 cauner , range stray..10IH ) 1 23
10 steers , range strays..1132 1 85
1 steer , rano stray 10S9 300
Gnlbnxith
2Ssleors , range 1440 273
Stewart
Ustccrs , range 1307 205
Trowbridgc
2Scows , range 10t)3 ) 1 70
4(5 ( feeders , range 1104 2 40
Header
10 feeders , range 1193 3 40
19 feeders , range 1101 2 40
0 feeders , rungo I'i24 2 40
14 feeders , range 1150 2 50
113 steers , range 1193 2 70
39 cows , rungo 11CO 1 73
Illinois Laud and Live Stock Co.
I'M steers , Texuns 1077 2 35
4 bulls , range 1115 1 50
40 cows , range 10US 320
Haley
11 cows , range 1139 200
Moore
10 feeders 90S 250
8 feeders 945 350
HOG.H.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
10..297 100 SI 45 54. . . 302 2005375
0..318 80 350 57..321 120 875
13..320' 40 350 00..29J 200 375
13..325 100 350 59..270 200 375
5..330 80 3 50 50..278 120 375
12..323 40 350 ( S3..290 100 ! i 77 } < C
10..3.M 100 350 70..247 120 3 77j
18..344 200 350 64..2b3 60 3 SO
5..254 . . 350 73..229 80 3 bO
5..3SO M ) 350 OS. . . 215 SO 3 bO
3..3(57 ( 80 350 59..371 1 0 380
0..313 100 350 01..233 40 3'80
8. . .250 . . 850 55..203 W ) 3 80
10 .338 80 350 57..244 12J 380
15. . .290 120 850 69..230 . . 380
14. . .315 . . 350 0(5..270 ( ItiO 880
11. . .405 t > 0 850 09..217 . . 8 fa2)
15. . .309 240 330 155..2 < 9 . . 385
49. . .801 80 355 73..231 40 385
00. . .278 2SO 800 OU..252 100 883
. . .383 . . 300 54..241 120 885
18. . .8W 120 8 ( iO 45..244 80 885
09..201 12J 803 (15 ( . . .2J7 80 8 87&
00..274 100 803 (54..241 ( 40 3 87 > i
43..341 1(50 ( 3(55 ( 50..281 . . 890
03..232 100 81(5 ( 52..217 . . 890"
58..270 40 305 69..205 120 890
(5S..281 ( 1(50 ( 365 U4..23J Kill 390
01..2(54 120 805 G1..2i'l 40 3'JO
15..374 80 3(55 ( 77..198 80 390
33..305 80 3(55 ( 53..235 bO 3 90
03..2(53 ( 1(50 ( 870 40..2J1 . . 890
19..31(5 ( 40 870 55..223 80 3 IX )
01..27(1 ( 200 370 ( W..227 . . 890
51..301 200 370 80..2 9 80 ,89-1
71 . . .27,1 100 875 77..193to 11 IK )
59 . . .269 . . 375 51..183 80 3 90
02..295 120 3 75
Stock Niti ! .
II. L.Oldhuui , fromPlait8iiiouthwasotitho ,
market.
II. L. Ulmer was in from Stella looking ever
the yards.
Jay Host from Cowles , Neb. , was in with
cattle and hogs.
F. Goodwin , of St. .lames , Minn. , was n vis-
Uor at the yards.
J , Vunkirk , of Silver Creek , curao In with
four curs of cattle.
Georjjo J. Storm , of Peru , came In with
four loads of cattle.
James McICnight of Atwood , Neb , was in
with u car of cattle.
J. W.Coun , from Plattbinouth , was In look
ing over the market.
W.F. Edwards , from Syracuse , was In lookIng -
Ing over the market.
J. W. lioyd wus in from Missouri Valley ,
looking ever the yards.
Samuel Kcrkloy and brother , of Columbus ,
brought In car of hos. .
A. J. Adams brought iu u car of cattle and
onu of hogs from Uradshaw ,
J. Cummlngs came In with four loads of
cattle from Talmago , Neb.
John J. Scrlbnor. of Overtnn , Neb. , came
lu with two cars of cattle.
S. C. Haven , manager of tlio Cleveland
Cattle Company , was a visitor ou the market
to-day ,
THE REALTY MARKET.
plaoad un rooar. ! durma
i. yesterdav ,
Q K Darker anil wife to K F McCartney ,
lot . ' , blk 11. Orchard Hill , wd t tl&O
M A McOlyntito U V McCartney , lot KJ.
nlc II. Urcnurd 11111. a o d. . . .7 ! bW
J II DlclceytuIU llorlglit. part of lots21
und ! , blkl' . Alain's 1'laza , wit 4,000
J T Ilopkltu to .M A McUlynn , lot 2. , bile
11.Orchard Hill , ticd . . . . . . . . 600
Q II llunjten und wife to H Uotfunzweiir ,
part ot bik "eV1 Blitnn's add. vrd J2.00D
0 V Harrison to U U Wheeler , lot 17 , bile
4 , Ucfcermaau I'luce , wd , . . . , iw
I , ] | nn en nnd vrifo to tj 0 jfiijijnni , part
of lot 1 , bU 1 , Wrick's mMi Vd . . 1,200
William Krng to P II .Moller. u y , feet of
lot in , lilk I , Campbell's ndd , w d . 325
Q Wl.oomlH. administrator , tpK J Mlck-
nelson. lot it : , Oi R Hill. duJJl } , . . . ar,0
T Mctmern nnd nlfo to II Mullen , lots 12.
W nnd II , bit \VnlnntlllH w d . . . . fiM
I1 a 1'etorson nnd wife to VV J ( 'onnell n'
lot 0 , lilk 1 , Kotmtzo's 4th mid , w d . . 7.0J )
J r.Mnwhlnncy and wlfo. to l.iV M lirown ,
lot f , bit 1. Mimriso mid , w rt . . 400
15 a Hood and wlfo to N OlnsberjMot P.
lilkl1. . Albright's Annex , wtl . HO
II .1 Mlchnolsoii to Ii ( ; hrlst ts.en. lot n ,
Oflk lllll , cioil . . . . . . . . t
CB Sncpnul to C 1) Turner , Vlfyttty wall
rseo lriOity ! < 3llacd. . . - . , , * . . . . 407
Jl V yoloniiin to Mutual Trust Co , lot 14 ,
nlk d , t-'olomon's ndil , ml . " , . (0) (
A PTnhey andM'Koto.I M Sheeloy , lot 7 ,
blk 8 , drammcrcj' pnrk , w d . . . . 700
A 1' Tukey and wife lu ( J R 1'enbody , lot
1' , blki. ( Irnmmorcy pirk. wd . 0V )
8 H Wlnitson to W W Lemon , lot n , Cort-
lamtt 1'lnce. wd , . . . 1 . O.OCO
M Donovan nnd wlfo to Jl Feri'y , lots 13
ami III , biles , M Donovan's sub , w d. . . 4,000
Kate Carroll nnd nusband to A S Andcr-
son nt al , H acres In sw nw 0-14-in , w d. . 12.COO
1' K Moore * , special master , to M 1'cn-
body et al. nucUrldad ! i of e Si of lotfi ,
( Irimih.Vfcinllh'sudd. deed . 1
V K Moores to W J ( 'onnell , imdlvldMl ' {
ot undivided < , ot lots 7 , 10 mil ! ll ,
( Irlllln < V Smith's add , deed . 1
K Moores. special muster , toV J Con-
neil , undlvlilfd K of lots 4 nnd ( t , w ! { of
Iot5 , llrimn > V Smith's mid , deed . 1
Knto Elliott to VV WC'iselH , part of lots
0 and 7 , blk 4 , r Dellouo's ndd , w d . 750
Twenty-live Irnnsfers
SHROEDER SL DEAN ,
GRAIN
,
Provisions i Stocks
Basement First National Bank ,
5O5 feoutliltttli Street , Oiuulia
NEBRASKA
NATIONAL BANK ,
U. S. DEPOSITOR ? , 01IAHA , NEB.
Capital . $ 100 , 000
Surplus , Jan. 1st , 188 ! ) . 52,000
orncKiis AND
HUSKY W. YATKS. President.
LEWIS P. HIKD. Vice President.
A. E. TOU/.ALIN ,
W. V. MOIISI : .
JOHN 8. COI.MNS
II. C. CUKIIINO ,
J. N. 11. FA-THICK ,
W. II. 8. HumiKS , Cftsltlcr.
THE IRON BANK ,
Cor , 12th mul Krxrnam Sts.
A General Dunking llusluesi transacted.
COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL BANK.
Capital , - - . - . . $4OOOOO
Surplus , - 40.0OO
Olllcors aud Directors 5. M. Morseman. 0 .
M. Hitchcock , Jos. Garnenu , Jr. , A. Ilenrv. K.
M. Anderson. Win. 0. Mnnlj v.pres : L. 11. Will-
lama , A.I' . Hopkins , pros. ; A. Mlllurd , cashier ;
P. Ii. Bryant assistant cushler.
JBojots an djStio e a.
"KIRKEKDALL , JpXES & CO. ,
Succeuon to Heed , Jonef & Co.
Wholesale Mannl&ctnrerstif & ; , BMs & Shoes
AgeuUIorBoitton KnbbcrEboe Co. , 1102. 1101 and lid ]
Homer Street , om ha , Nebraska.
Brewers.
STOUZ & ILEIt ,
Lager Beer Brewers ,
1131 North Eighteenth street , Oranha , Neb.
CorjnlcoN
EAGLE COHKWE WORKS ,
Mannfecturers of&alYaiiized Iron Cornice
Wludoiv-c.ipj anil mctHllosiTllulits. Joim Kpcnetir ,
proprietor. lUGand llJfcouili IDtli street.
Paper Boxes.
JOHN \VJLKIE \ ,
Proprietor Omaha Paper Box Faclory ,
Nos. Ill" nnd 1319 Douglna ttrect , Omaha , Net ) .
Sash , Doors , Etc.
.V. A. DI.SBKOir ACO. . , '
Wholoialo ni 2iifaotiirpr > of
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
Branch office , 12IU o a Iianl streets , Oniuhn. NeS
BO1IN MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers of Sain , D ors , Bliufls ,
Mouldluin , stair-work an I Interior bard wood Hnbh.
13ii 'j North ICtb street , Oim ha. Neb.
, Eto.
STRAW & CLAitK STEA3r IIRATING CO *
Pumps , Pipes anfl Engines ,
Bt > m , water , rallwar and mining suppllti , ate.
W > , VII and VU Karnnni street , Oinalia.
U. S. WIND E KOINE A PUAIP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplies ,
IIallU T wind mills. 918 and Mfl Jones st. , Omaha.
U. K. KOII , Acting Manager.
& CO. ,
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery ,
Ebe't-lron work , steam pumps , saw mills. 12U-121S
l.o tcnw rtU street , Omaha.
Iron Works.
PAXTON & VIERLINO IltON WOIIKS ,
Wrought and Cart Iron Building WorK ,
Xnelnes , brass work , ireneral foundry , machine anil
blaikimllb work. Ofllce ami works , L' . r. Uj %
and Kth street , Omaha.
OMA UA W1HEJOAT WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire andiron Railinis
lu k is > lli , window cuanlt , ( lower stands , wlro slgmi ,
ate. 1 Nurta luh street , Omaha.
OMAtlA SAFE A IIION WORKS ,
Manf'rs ' of Fire and Biirglar I roof Safes ,
Vaults , tail work. Iron shutters and are rsrapts.
U. Antucen. i > roi > 'r. Corner Uti aud Jackson sis.
OUTH
UN ION STOCK'
Of South Oinaha , Liuiitei
TJIK
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
OF THIS1
Chicago , Milwaukee & 'St. Paul R'y ' ,
Tbo licst Itouto from Oiunlia aud Council
Dluffa to
E THE EAST E-
TWO Til A INS DAILY BKTWKKN OMAHA
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
8t. Paul , Minneapolis , Cedar Rapids ,
Buck Island , Fret-port , Hockford ,
Clinton , IMibiujue , Davenport ,
Elgin , Madison , Jancsyille ,
Uelult , Winoint , Lit Cro se ,
And nil other Imporlant points K t , Northetst and
buutbeuit.
For through tlcketi call on tlio lltket tic-at at IM1
rtrnaiu strt tla 1 ! irk IT lllock , or at Uului 1'acittc
Uapot.
1'ullmiin Bleiptrs and tbo flneit Dining ; Csrs In ths
world are runuu the mun line ot tUaihlcaico , Mil *
waukee & St. i'ul llallwty. nd evtrj attention Is
psU to iiauvtiiiers bjr courteous employe * of tlio
cotapuny.
H. Mll.l.iil. Oi'neul Minaeer.
j. K.TUCKKli. Asilitant ( Jeoornl Manager.
A. V. It. CAlU'ENIKll. General 1'asjtnger and
Ticket Avrnt.
QUO. E. 1IKAFFOUD. Asolltaat General I'uteaiitl
oilTicket Airent.
Agrlpulturfel Impjompiita.
Cli UliClTlLL "PARKEli
Dsalerin Agricultural Implements , f agoni
Carrlngcs nnd luiKidM. Jones nlrrct , botncen Wli an <
lutb , om aba , Nvbreska.
LIXISGEH .t ME'tOALV CO. ,
uOJlcnlt'l ' Implements , Wagons , Carriages
, etc. Wholesale. Wnnlin , N
PA11LIN , OltUXUOIlF MAHTIX CO. ,
Wholesale Dcaloialn
Agricnlt'l ' ImpleraentJ , Wagons & Buggies
Wl. 1C ) , < < U3 and W Jones itrput , Onmlm.
MOL1VE , MILI1URX& S'JODUAltD CO. ,
MnnurRclnrors nnd Job'.om In
Wairoas , Buggies Mwt Plows , Etc ,
Cor. ( nil and 1'aclHo streets. Oraaba.
Artists' Mntorlnla.
A. IWbPE , Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1613 DoiiKliM street , Omnba , Nebraska.
Boots and Shoos.
IF. V. MORSE & CO. ,
Mte of Boots and Slices ,
1101,110J , lHUllouKlnn street , Omnba. ManufnctorT. '
bummer street , Uonton.
Cool , Coke , Etc.
JAMES'nTUAIVHEII COAL co. ,
Minors and Shinners of Coal and Cok
Ituoiu 31 , U. f. Xntlonal llnnk Hullcllnit , Omnlm.
oJrAlLrCOAL , COKE A LIME C0
JoWcis of Hard and Soft Coal ,
SO South 1.1th urcot , Omalm , Nebraska.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. ,
Snippers of Coal and Coke ,
314 South 13th St. , Omaha , Nob.
LUMBER , ETC ,
JOHN A. WAKEF1ELD ,
Wholesale Lniulier , Etc ,
Imported nnd American 1'ortlanJ ' emcnt , BtaM
agent for JttlwHukcBbydrau.lonruent . und
ultu lime.
CHAS It. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwocd LinnliBr ,
Wood carpets anil parquet lloorlnn. 9tl > nd Douglas
streets , Oranha. Neb.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. ,
All Kinds of Bnilding Material at Wholesale
IStb ttrect and Union 1'aclllc track , Omaha.
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer in Lnmlier , Lain , Lime , Sasn ,
Doors , Etc. Yards Corner 7th and Douglns. Ofllos
Corner 10th and Uouirlai.
FRED. W. GRAY.
Lninlie1 Lime Cement EtcEtc
, , , , , ,
Comer Bth and Douglas sts. , Omaha.
(7. A' . DIETZ ,
Dealer in All Kinds of Lumber ,
IStb and California streetsOmaha , Nebraska.
N otlons.
& CO. ,
Importers & Jobbers in Milliuory & Note
Vi , t\0 \ and 212 South lltti street.
Notions.
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Notions aud Furnishing Goods ,
1121 Haraoy Street , Omaha.
Commission and Storage.
ItlDDELL & RIDDELL ,
Storjge and Commission Merchants ,
Specialties Butter , OBK , cheese , poultry , gam *
1112 Howard street , Omaha , Nub.
Dry Coeds and Notions.
31. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions
1103 and 1101 Douglas , cor. llth street , Oruuha , Neb.
KILPATIilCK-KOCH DRT GOODS CO. ,
Importers & Jolers in Dry GoodsNotions ,
Celt's furnishing foc& > . Corner llth and lUrnoj
streets , Omnlm , Nebraska.
I1EI.IN , THOMPSON A CO. ,
Importers and jobbers of
Wcolens and Tailors' ' T.-mniings . ,
317 South irtti strut t.
JFurnlturo.
T & k > 'WNE ,
Wliolesale"Dalers ; in Furniture ,
Kurmim street , Omnlm , Ncbrutka.
CHARLES SIIIVERWK ,
FnrniinrB ,
Omaba , Nobrutka.
Crocorlos.
PAXTON , GALLAGHER & CO. ,
Wholssale Groceries and Previous ,
Tta , 707 , TOJ aud 711 BoutU IQlh st. , Omaha , Nob.
McCORD , BRADY t CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
. llth svnd LaaTDunorth otreU , Omaha , Nebraska.
Hardware.
W. J. BROA'ICH ,
Heyy : Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Eprlniis , wacon stock , hardnnra. lumber , etc. 1209
_ _ andljll UainefKliett , Urnuba.
LEE , CLARKE , ANDREESEX HARV
WARE COMPANY.
Wholesale Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Pla'e ' ,
HIMEBAUGH A TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop
Methanlcs' tool and Buffalo scales. K05 Bougloi
street. Omaha , Neb.
H. HARDY & CO. ,
Jobbers of
Toys , Dolls , Albums , Fancy Gooft , '
Iiousa furnlthliiK Koods , children's carriages , 1201
furnaia street , Omaba , Nob.
Oils-
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Rented and Lubricating Oils ,
Ail * grease , etc. . Oinsha. A. ILUIthon , Manager ,
" Papor. . . . , - . - . - . - . - - ,
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper D3 lers ,
Mrrr anlc itook of iirlnllnir , wrarplnu nnd nrltlDsl
_ _ paper. Special attention Klrcn to card | per _ _ _
PRINCIPAL POINTS
EAST , WEST ,
NORTH and SOUTH
J302 PAHNAM"STREET.
OMAHA
N. W. Cor. 13th and Dodge Sts. , Omaha , Neb.
THE LARGEST MEDICAL INSTITUTE IN THE WEST
roll TUG TUKATMUKT OF AM.
Chronic and Surgical Diseases and Diseases of the Eye and Ear ,
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 DISEASLS ,
SURGICAL OPERATIONS , EPILEPSY OR FITS ,
PILES , CANCERS , TUMORS , Etc.
J. W. McMENAMY M. D. President
. . , . . , ,
And Consulting Physician nnd Surgeon.
Organized wito a full staff of SlalM Pliysicians , Surgeons and Trained NUK
Tills establishment ist : ponnnnent medical institution , conducted by thorough/ ]
educated physicians and surgeons of acknowledged skill and experience. The
Institute bindings , situated on the northwest corner of Thirteenth nnd Dodge
streets , is composed of two largo three-stoiy brick biddings of over ninety rooms ,
containingour Medical , Surgical and Consultation Rooms , Drug Store , laboratory ,
Offices , Manufactory of Surgical Appliances and braces , and thoBoarding1 Depart
ment for Patients , In charge of competent persons , constituting tlio largest ami
tbo most thoroughly equipped Medical and Surgical Establishment in the West , ono
of the three largest in tlio United States , and second to none.
Wo have superior advantages and facilities for treating diseases , performing'
surgical operations , boarding and nursing patients , which , combined with our
acknowledged ability , experience , responsibility and reputation , should make the
Omaha Medical and Surgical Institute tlio 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 faeb
that Omaha possesses the largest and most complete Medical and Surgical Instli
tuto west of Now York , with a capital of over 8100,000.
DEFORMITIES OF THE HUMAN BODY.
tda
tdQ
APPLIANCES FOR DEFORMITIES -
Q TIES AND TRUSSES.
Best Facilities , Apparatus and Remedies for Successful Treatment ot
every form of Disease requiring M15DJCA1J or SUIlGICALi
TKEATJMJ3NT.
In this department wo nro rapociall } ' successfiil. Our nlaiins of superiority overall i
all others are based upon tlio fact that tliis is the only medical establishment man
ufacturing surgical braces and appliances for oacli individual case. Wo hiivn
three skilled instrument makers in our employ , with improved machinery , and
liave all the latest inventions , as well as our own patents and improvements ,
the result of twenty years' experience. i
The treatment of diseases by electricity has undergone great changes within the
p st few years , and electricity isnow acknowledged by all schools of medicine as the
gieat icmedy in all chronic , special and nerve diseases , for nervous debility , par
alysis , iheumatism , diseases of women , etc. , and in many eye und ear diseases it
u tlio most valuable of all remedies.
In order to obtain its full virtues , itis absolutely necessary to have the proper
"
apparatus. "We have lately purchased three of tlio largest and most completes
tj.itterios manufactured , HO constructed as to give the most gcntlo as well as the
uiost powerful current. Persons treated at this Institute by electricity recognize
at once the difference between our expensive and complete electrical apparatus
und the common , cheap batteries , in use by many physicians. Over 8,000 dolluw
' .uvested in electrical apparatus. 1
PRIVATE , SPECBAL , NERVOUS AND
BLOOD DISEASES.
Wo claim to bo the oniy reliable , responsible establishment in the west making !
a specialty of this class of diseases. Dr. McMonuiny was OIKS of tlio first thoroughly - ,
ly educated physicians to make a special study of this class of diseases , and Tila' '
methods and inventions have been adopted by specialists in Europe and America. !
He is the inventor of the Clamp Compress Suspeiihory , acknowledged the best in ]
use. All others are copied after his invention. By means of a simple operation J
painless and safe , recently brought into use , wo cure many cases that have boon
given up as incurable by medical treatment. ( Head our look ' to men , tent free to any
address. )
DISEASES OF Aivnrfc
Wo have had wonderful success in this department in tha
past year , and have made many improvements to our facili
ties for treatment , operations , artillcial eyes , etc. ffi
CASES TREATED UY JLETTEH.
, Wo llilvo B Jatly improved our facilities and methods of
treating cases by correspondence , and are having better success m thisdonaiU
inent than ever before.
Wo are fully up to the times in all the latest inventions in medical and surgical
operations , appliances and iiibtrumcnts. 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 convlnco any Intelligent person that it is to their advantage to place themselves -
selves under our care ,
Since this advertisement Jlrst appeared , many boasting pretenders and frauds Aat-4
come and jjone imu many more will come and jo , remembered only by their wifortunuti
and foolish victims.I .
" /I wise man investigates first and decides uftcncurds ,
A fool decides first , then investiytttcs. " '
The Omaha Medical und tiuryical Institute is indorsed by the people and the mess.
More capital invested , more skilled jihysiciuns employed , more modern appliances , fnsru- (
menta and apparatus in NSC , nwre case * treated und cured , more Huccewful tiuryical
operations 2Krformed , than in all other medical establishment ! ! inthe. West combined.
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