Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 03, 1889, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THIHtSDAY , OOTOBBU a , 1S30.
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"Wheat Steady at Some Further De
cline in Valuos.
A FIRMER FEELING IN CORN.
No Trouble ICxiicrlonorxl l > y Provision
Trniiurn to Keep Interest AllYO
A Cut In All Clnssci
CHICAGO PKODUCI3 MAKKBT9.
CHICAGO , OoV 2. [ Special Telegram to
TUB Hr.r , ] The wheat market was steady
ntnomo further decline In values. Consld-
' crabla notlvit.v was observed , but the fovor-
ikh excitement Unit hni characterized opera
tions at Into was lucking. Cables wore
Mhcr tame In n majority of Instances ,
| though no positive iloollno in prices was
quoted. Kccclpts In thu northwest are heavy
and advlcoa from that quarter indicate that
tlio movement Is likely to bo largo for some
thno to como , possllily until snow flics. Ho *
colptB huioanu nt nearly all winter wheat
points nru not excessive. In Chicago they
nra on the decrease , only Ki3 cars boltiR re
corded on ttio Inspection sheet this morning ,
wlillo to-morrow's estimate calls for 131 cars.
"WhiMtls uccumnlating rapidly In Now York ,
liowovcr , and exports from New York are
next to nothing. About tbo most bull
nil hums floating around to-day
were statomcnts from the Toledo
market report nnd n prominent St. Louis
miller- first , that 80 per cent of the Ohio sur
plus has loft farmers' hands , anil , second ,
t Jut Missouri farmers have parted with TO
per cent of ttiolr wheat. Flour man are not
nblo to report foreign Inquiry to amount to
anything and Boauourtl clearances of Hour
are not on the Increase ) . News from the out-
oluo wixa not pirtioiiliirlyjti9t > lritinp\o cltlior
Bide , but what came that was open to bearish
construction sccmoil to bo the most Influen
tial. The market xvus qulto strong early m
the day. December opuncd at S'jj c , sold up
Immediately to 82 C@t)2 ) o and subsequently
worked elf to B3J < fC < iiyc. On this decline
euvcral good sized lines of long wheat uatnu
out , but strong buying by Ilutchlnson , Dun
ham , Schwartz , Dupco und others caused a
recovery to SJ c. Later the mar
ket workud down onca moro to SSjg'o ,
but a second , rally took the
nrlco to 82jfc. ? Thu market was quiet toward
tt < j luut. and the closing quotations wuru 83
May started in at 85J c , ranpcd at
_ ho first hour , advanced with December -
comber to about the top , sold oft to S5@35J c ,
recovering the lost ground in part and clos
ing at S5.fl3SBjtfc. October ranged at 80 > @
81p pud c'oacd ' ut S0 _ c. Compared with yea-
t tardiiy. the closing prices murk u shrliiKugo
of % @J4r Trading In futures , though
rvctivc , was not quite up to tlio rucont uver-
ago volume of transactions. The temper of
the speculative crowd Is qulto bearish , even
the bulls , or a majority of them , predicting n
reaction. Cuiluhy , Linn and most of the big
leaders are buck on the lloor and very few of
them nru talking bullish for thu near future ,
although several declare themselves bo-
Hovers in higher prices later on , when the old
world begins to need wheat bad enough to
bid for It.
There was a firmer market for corn , but
not any moro activity m speculative dealings ,
the advuuco not being stilllclotit to seriously
alurru the shorts In the absence of any ma
rt torlal chance in the munition. Ifacclpts wore
disappointingly small , being more than 100
cars loss than yesterday's estimates , this
bolr. . . explained , however , by the statement
that billed through curs hud boon reckoned
v yesterday. The demand for cash offerings
was brisk , and the chief stronth of the mar
ket lay in the ncaY deliveries. Exports were
light and the Liverpool market was quoted
wcult. Outsldo domestic markets sympa
thized only slightly In the firmness of this.
October was in good demand and closed % o
higher than on yesterday. November was
likuwiso higher , closing nt 81J o bid.
No new features of importance developed
in outs. The market was quiet oven to dull-
no"f ) , but llrui , and in May a shade bolter
prices wore obtainable- most of the day ,
though the closing quotations uro identical
with those of yesterday. Operations were
on a moderate scale. A fairly good con
sumptive and shipping demand is reported
rnd local stocks arc not likely to accumu
late very rapidly under the existing condi
tions.
fc Provision traders had no trounlo to keep
thulr interest in the market nlivo. The
monthly stocks showing , which was larger
of pork and lard nt least , than was expected ,
received considerable attention , und there
was also moro or less discussion over the
movement of hogs nnd their probable course-
In thu near future , but these subjects wura
ovcrsnadowed by October pork. That arti
cle had the cull with everybody , and the no
tion of the coutt yesterday in refusing tno
application of the cliquu for an injunction
a gulnst the delivery of October-made prop
erty , together with the day's developments ,
furnished an abundance of mutter to subor
dinate ov.irythliiK else. The manipulators
from the start were vigilant watchers of the
market. Trading opened at I0io ; : , but tun
pica was subsequently advanced by Ilutch-
Inson nnd brokers in his emnloy irregularly
to $11.00 and was mndo to close nt 11.00 , or
COo above yesterday. No weakness , so far
could bo scon on thu sui-fuco , was ahown bv
the partita in control. Thuir defeat In court
in no wlso disconcerted them apparently , and
tor the time being they retained their ilom-
nia , Ja with their old vigor. During thu last
hour of the session a tender of t50 ! barrels of
October-made pork was made by the filter-
national i'nuliinit company lo StaulTor nnd
v refused. The pork wai sold Inter under thu
rules of the board "for whom it
may ro n corn. " The tender , refusal und public
Halo. it was generally believed , were mudo
by arrangement for the purpose of making u
test case for the directors to pass upon. The
ease will probably receive. , ofllciul action an
coon as the papers can bo drawn and Hied ,
nnd the position of the board established on
its own rules governing the delivery of pork
mndo In October. When thu October deliv
ery was marked un to $11,00 Hutchinson bid
openly $10,50 for 1,000 barrels of October.
made pork. In other lines of the product
the day's ' business was naturally curtailed.
Outside orders were down to a minimum ,
nnd with professionals a strong disinclina
tion wus shown to urunuh out. Prices were
also easier tn their tendency , being aft'eutud
by the largo hog receipts and restriction ID
speculation ,
CHICAGO lilVK SCO UK.
Cmouio , Oct. 3. [ Special Tologratn to
Tim Uci : . ] OATTU ! Uocclpta wore divided
nt 7,000 natives , 0,000 Texuns and 3,000 rang
ers. The demand centered on best export
tears , md good dressed beat stuck , the nauia
oiling strong. About all other classes of
I natives , as has been the case for a mouth or
more , ruled slow and dragged along all day
nnd tUrongly competed with plain nnd mo-
( Hum Jin lives , some buyers preferring good
rangers at thu price to medium and half na
tives. Texuns wuro about steady , o.uinors
perhaps Belling a .shado off. Nutlvo cows
and heifers were no lower than yesterday ,
yet nro going at about the lowest prices of
the Benson , Hulls uro also selling very low.
Tuo slacker and feeder trade remains slow
ml prices , cspcoutly on loan stock , are
about us low as ut uny time. Choice
to extra boovcs , fl.0@4.80 ; medium to
good stuort , 1350 to 1500 Ibs , iaSO@-t.40 ;
1200 to 1 50 Ibs , | 3GO.425 ( : 050
to 1200 Ibs , (3.00(24.00 ( ; stackers nnd
feeders , fl,00gU.OO ( ; cows , bulls and mixed ,
' 1,00(32.85 ( ; bulk , (3.00(32.10 ( ; Texas steers ,
| 2. 0@2. 5 ; cows , fl.rjSG&OO ; western
rungors , J2.-10@3.SO.
Hoas 'Micro was a rtralt cut of lOo on all
classes , in some instances Ifio on big , aowy
heavy. Pacuors paid tl. 00(34.10 ( and snippers
4.10(34.20. ( Light orU sold ut fJ.60@-l.00
and lu go sorts at HSOQ4 S3. The market
4l7p8ed } weak. _
F1NA.NO1A.I4.
New yoHK , Oct. 3. | Special Telegram
to TUB HUB. ] STOCKS The opening of the
stock market to-day with a gcueral upturn
In prices from last night rcllcotod the soutl-
mcnts expressed at the uptown resorts last
night. The bulls were oven moro confident.
They argue that the desperate efforts to com
plicate financial matters for several days
past have failed to dislodge stock * as the
boars expected. It Is further calculated that
the short tntcrosi has boon Increased , which
will servo ns n bull force when the turn
comes. Chicago parties have boofl tnklug
pronto on n few stocks , but generally they
have bought Grangers on slight depressions.
The banks nnd trust companies nro not at all
nlarmcd over the money conditions , They
claim to hnvo funds for reliable houses nt
fair rates. The market followed the lead of
London in opening nt ' @ 'j _ per cent over
close yesterday. Atchlson , St. Paul , Louis-
vlllo & Nashvillu nnd Kenning took the load
In the general list nnd Sugar Trusts In un
listed stocks. Slight advances were scored
In early dealings , which in most of the Hat
amounted to from % to } { per cent , while
Atchlson rose 1 per cent to 31 nnd Sugar % .
The engagement of another KWO.OOO of gold
for oniort chocked the buying nnd prices
settled away until everything was under the
opening figures , Manhattan bccama con *
splcuous with n drop of 3 per cent to 103.
There was a somewhat better fcolitis toward
the end of the hour- and nt 11 o'clock the
market was dull. During the hour to 13
o'cloult there was little general.Improve
ment. Manhattan recovered to 104. Pull
man went up to 100. Atehlson wn < unsettled
and after Rolling oft to83J recovered to 33 ! < _ ,
Early renewals for money were at 8 and 9
per cent. There wns enough Improvement
In money matters before the oloso to allow
money to he offered at 3 per cent. There nro
Indications that the spasms In money rates
nro nbout ovor. Grangers have boon well
hold. The real business Is good und stocks
buoyant. Trusts hnvo had their trials und a
better feeling is expected to follow. There
was some covering before the end to-dny and
the general buying helped prices to nbout
the best figures of the duy. Even Atchlson
showed a not gain of 3 nor cent nt 83 } .
Qrangers , except Northwestern , were up M
per cent from lust night. Lackawannn sold
at 140 cx-divldond nt the close. Louisville
gained % per cent to 79. Sugar Truuts
climbed again to 93 , or UJf tier cent better
for the day. The total sales for the day
were 137,823 shares.
Following nro the closing quotations :
H. S.4s resular. 127 iNoithorn I'nclno. . ! B < {
U.S.4scoupons . . .127 rtoproforrml. . . . . . . "H'S.
" " X & A. W. . 1M4 !
U. do iirotorred HI
I'nclnctMor'Jj US N.Y.bontral 1U7
Central I'aclllc. . , . . 3\ . D.fcK . 81
Chlcuuo A ; Alton. . . . IL'3 Itoclc Island . 101J
Chlcn 1:0 , Burlington C..M. & 8tl > . Tl4 !
& ' } iilncv dopreferroil . 11714
r > . .r.w . .
Illinois Contra ! ll do preferred . 100
I. , 11.AV 9J ! Uiilon Pdclllo . CTH
Knnnnsdc I'exaa. . . . V-'i W..St. L. * ! ' . . 174 !
I.akeSbora J0.1J.J iloproforreii . ! > 2K
Michigan Central. . IB' Western Union. . . . Ki
MlBsouilPacltlo. . . . "lii !
Motfnr On call stringent , ranging from 3
to 10 per cent , closed offered at 8 per cent.
Piituis MBIIU.IXTILB PAPUII 5J < j )7'j ) ' per
cent.
STRKLINO EXCIUNOE Dull nnd weak ;
sixty-day bills , $4.S3 f ; demand , S4.S7.f.
Mlnin-j Stocks.
NEW Yourc , Oct 3. rSoooial Telegram
to TUB BUB. ] the following ara the m'm-
ns stock quotitions :
Caledonia It. JI..2T,0 Iron Silver 210
Koadwood T , I2i Mutual 14. )
Kuroka Con 200 Mt. Diablo l.V )
Hiilc & Norcro33.-A" Ont.irlo SUM
Homestako ! kO Plymouth 1SS
Horn Silver 130 Ward Con liW
PHODUOE MAKIC15TS.
CniCAOO , Oct. 3. 1:15 : p. m. cloio
Wheat Lower ; October , 80 ; ' e ; December ,
S2c ; May , Ki 'o.
corn Firm ; October. 81j o ; May ,
Oats Sloudy ; October , l'J > e ; May , 2
Uyo October. 41J < c.
Uarloy October , olio.
Prime Timothy $1.2. ) .
Flax Seed Cash , $1.27@1.3T.H
Pork Steady ; October , * 11.UU ; January ,
Lard Steady ; October , I3.97K ; January ,
$5.83.
Whisky tl.03.
Flour Unchanged ; winter wheat , $2.00
1.40 ; spring wheat , $1.25J3.00 ; rye , 42.50
§
2 r D.
Dry Salt Meats Shoulders , M.)7l ! ) < ;
@I.SO ; short clear , $3.50/aj.02 > ; short ribs ,
M.IK ) .
lintlor Steady ; creamery , 10@2oc ; dairy ,
13@21c.
( Jiieese Finn and higher ; full cream
cheddurs , 9 © 10u : flats , y % ( 10 o ; Young
Americas. lOifC lOJ c.
Kggs Firm ; fresh , 10)iJ@17o. )
Hides UnchanKcd ; liglu and heavy green
salted , 5o ; salted bull , -lj c ; green salted
c.ilf , 5Kc ; dry flint , r > @ru ; dry salted , tie ;
dry calf , 5Jlic ; ue.ioon.-t each , 20c.
Tallow Unchanged ; solid packed , 3 } o ;
cake , 4 0.
Recolpts. Shipm'ti.
Flour . . . . 2-V)00 ) 11,000
Wheat . 131.000 2 . ( WO
Core . 371,000 207.000
Outs . 22rOOJ 60,000
Now Y.n-lc. Oct. 2. Wheat - Ko-
colpts , 315,830 ; oxports. 2-1.400 ; spot unsettled
nnd lower ; No. 2 red , bS'if io c in elevator ;
SJJsCgWUiU afloat , 6 ( > ' } S < ! $ > ha Io. . b. ; No.
8 red , S > : fo ; ungradoa ruu , 75ii539Xc ; options
lower but steady ; No. 2 red and October
clotting nt S5 } c.
Corn Hccoipts , 273,090 bushels : exports ,
.1'jnflO ' husholt ; spot higher , closing easy ; No.
2 , 3' . > J.i@ ; y , ' c In elevator ; 40 310 afloat ;
ungruded mixed , 89@llu : options h'.guer ' uud
tlrm ; October closing nt Wa ,
O.its Uucuipts , 01,001 } bushels ; experts ,
210 ; spot firmer and fairly active ; options
llrmer and active ; October closing at2(5J ( c ;
spot. No. 2 white , 2lf@23)4u ) : mixed west
ern , 21J @ 3es white western , SdOftljc.
Coffee Oulious closud barely steady ,
5@15 points down ; October , $15.75 15.80 ;
November , S15.75@15.SO ; spot lllo , strong ;
fair cargoes , tl'J.75. '
Sugar Uuw , dull ; roflnod , steady.
Petroleum Strong ; United closed at
09o.
09o.Eggs
Eggs Firm ; western , 24o.
Pork Firm and strong ; mess inspected ,
f 22 'J3djlC.75. |
Laid -Firm ; Western steam , t8.52Q6 53 ;
closing ? < J.53.
Mutter Firm ; western dairy , 0 ( < 5IJc ;
.creamery , 12@5J o.
Cheese Firm ; western. 8@9c.
Mln n c pi > l x , Ojt. 3. sumplu wheat
dull and lower ; receipts , 333 cars ; ship
ments , ( VI curs. Closing : No , 1 hard
October , 70Ko : May. 8W ; on trnck , 8Io ;
No , 1 norlhurn , October , "lij o ; May , bi3fo * ;
on track , 78o ; No. 1 nortuurn , October ,
73i > ; May , 7Su ; on trnck , 70o.
.Mllvtiiiiictf , Oct. 2. Wheat Easy ;
cash , 73 > He ; No. I northern. 8Je.
Corn-Dull ; No. 3 , 31 > , ' ( aj2o.
Outs Sloady ; No. 3 wliito. Siji'c. '
Uye-Firm ; No. 1 , 48 @ 43J4'c.
Hurley Steady ; October 5iio.
Pro visions Firm ; pork , 111.00.
Mvm-imol , Oct. 3. Wheat-Quiet , de
mand fallen off ; holders offer moderately ;
CullfornlaNo. 1 , 7s 3Kd@7s 4Vfd percental ;
red western winter , Os 9i iIC ? s 10 > tfd. .
Corn Quiet und unchungcd ; new mixed
western , 4s 2 , d per cental ,
UniiMH Uny , Oct. 2. Wheat Steady ;
No. 3 hard , cash , OSes October , OS' o ;
No. 3 hard , cash , UUo ; No , 3 soft , c.i9h70o Did ;
October , 70u- .
Corn-Quiet ; No. 3 cash , Slo bid.
Oats-No. 3 cash , 17o bid.
Hi. Ijouls , Oct. 3. Wheat Lower ; cash ,
78K@T8 o ; May , 84fc.
LoruVoak \ ; oash , 29 0 ; May , SOVo.
Outs Firm ; cash , 19u ; May , 2'J c.
Pork-Steady ; Jll.O''W.
Lard firm at | 3.85 ( j.90.
Whisky Steady at Sl.OJ.
Uutior Unchanged ; creamery , 20@2Jc ;
dairy , 18 ( 20c.
ClnoliiMiitl , Oct. 8. Wheat Easier ;
No. 2 rod , b3@S3o.
Horn Easlor ; No. 3 uilxod ,
Outs-Easier : No. 3 mixed , 22
Whisky-fl.W.
_
MVi : Bl'UCIC
ChlunKOi Oct. 3. Tuo Drover * ' Journal
reports as folio was
Cutllo Hocoipls , 10,000 ; market higher
for good , others weak ; choice to extra
beeves , * 150il.60 ; steers , I3.000JUOJ
itocUers and foadors , 11.90 ( 3.00 ; cow , bulls
and mixed , 1.0033,88 ; Texas cattle , Jl.SS
@ 2.85 ; western rangers , W.40@3.80.
Hops Hocclpts , 20,000 ; innrkot wcnk
nndlO20o lower ; mixed , H00@4.60 ; heavy.
3.00@4.30 ; llcht , H.HK&4.86 ; skips , $3.0i ( $
4.10.
Sheep Kocclpts , 0,000 ; market slow nnd
lOo lower nil around ; natives , M.noC'Sl.SO ;
western , ftt.r > 04.S5j ( Texuns , | 3.004.25 ;
inmbs , | -I.OOJ5.W ( ! ) .
Knimrm Clly , Oct. 3. Cattle Receipts ,
1,200 ; shipments , 4.500 ; common to choice
corn-fed steers , * 3 0001.23 ; stookon nnd feed
ers steady , tl.COft3.15 ; cows Rtondy , $1,33
@ 2.f > 0 : grass rnngo steers , ? 1.00(32.70. (
Ho s KccolpK 7,300 ; shipments , 3r )0 (
market closed lOo lower ; light , $4.10
< y 1.25 ; heavy and mixed , (3.75 asked.
Nntldiml Hloalc Ynrd , ICnstSt. .
IjntilH , Oct. 3. Cattle Uecolpts , 2,500 ;
shipments , 400 ; market steady ; fair to
choice heavy native steers , $ i G0. < $4.45 ; stockers -
ers nnd feeders , & .10@3.75 ; range steers ,
$2.00(32.50. (
Hogs Uecolpts , 0,800 ; shipments , none ;
market strong ; packing , t3.5K4.20 ) ; light ,
fl.10Q4.4S.
OMAHA. ItlVK MTOOK.
Cuttln
Wednesday , Oct. 3.
In looking over to-day's trading In caltlo
U would bo dinicult to discover any essen
tially uow features. Thcro was n prolly
good run of cattle here , mostly westerns nnd
M'cxnnst. The market was bare of prime
corn-fed boovcs , but thcra were some pretty
fair natives on sale. Native beeves sold at
$3.35 ® 1.00. nnd Tcxnns nt ? 3.25$2.45. ( The
market , though sloxv to open , wus fairly ac
tive und quite a good many boovcs changed
hands before the close. Hatchers' stock
sold In seine cases easier , while dcsirublo
cows , ouch as the buyers wanted , brought
fully steady prices. Nattvo cows sold ut
$1.0U@.40 , but principally nt * l.S5ft2.00. (
Stockcrs und feeders movud freely , und the
sales were qulto largo. Some good , but not
heavy natives sola at $ J.GO. A bunch of good
westerns brought $2.75.
Hoars.
A few loads of the best heavy hogs sold
early ut nbout BtcuOy prices , but thu market
weakened so soon that It rould almost bo
stiid to have opened iic lower. It weakened
still uioru toward the close , and the buyers
became very Indifferent , showing llttlo con
cern whether they bought the last arrivals
or not. It would bo safe lo call the market
closing lOc lower , but thu best hogs were
about all sold before the close. Tbo decline
was mostly on the heavy packers , dcsirublo
heavy hogs sultiiDlo for the shipping trade
not showing so much off. "The sales were
largely nt SI.8r > ( < ? 3.flO , ns as.xln.it $ J.K.W5 ! ) ! )
yesterday. The ll ht hogs sold about 5o
lower , that Is largely ut $1.05 , ns against
SI.10 yesterday. Some light sorts sold at
$1.07 ; The light hoc sbiupera reported
their hogs as costing 4u less than yesterday ,
but with the quality , if anything , a little
bettor.
IlocoipM.
Cattle 1,800
Hogs , . . . 5,000
Prevailing Prices.
The following U a Ubla of pries ? pjld In
this market for the grades of Block men
tioned :
Primosteers. 13113 to 1010 ! ! . . _ 3.90
Good steers , 1350 to 145) ) Iba. . : i.7."i
Good steers , 105J w 1300 Ib3. . . 3.35
Western steers , 3.50
Common dinners 1.00
Ordlaary to fair cows 1.50
Fair to good cows 1.80
Good to choice cows 2.00
Fairtogood bulls 1.50
LightstocKers nnd feeders. . . . 2.25
Good feeders. 1150 to 1100 Ibs. . . 2.40
Fair to choice light nogs 4.00
Fair to choice heavy noes 8.80
Fair to choice mixed hogs 3.90 .4.00
Common to rough bo s 3.50 @J.SO
ICoprosotitacivo ri
BTCEHS.
No. Av. 1'r. No. Av. Pr.
19 11S9 $3 85 01 11178 $3 95
21 .1118 8 40 20 1218 8 95
10 .1227 3 50 40 1300 4 00
40 .1378 3 00 19 1823 4 00
COW8.
1 % 0 1 00 3. . 907 1 85
15 813 1 10 44. . 053 1 03
3 U35 1 15 8. .1103 1 03
i nro ! 5 IS. . 07S 2 00
2 785 83 23 , . 884 2 00
4 915 50 12. .1077 2 15
50X
3 1050 ( X ) 1. .1000 2 ! ! 5
n H83 00 .IS'10 ' 2 40
23 9-18 1 85 CO. . . 803
VRKDKIl ? ,
24. . 800 2 SO 21. . 3 no
51. . 002 2 35 20 . 815 2 50
7. . 771 2 40 43. . 911 } 2 150
1. ,1050 2 50 41. . 022 2 00
8. . S10 2 50 18. . 9J7 2 05
STAGS.
1. .12.10 1 t 10 .1441 3 40
1. .1400 1 S3 53. ,15'J3 ' 3 50
1IU1.I.S. .
1 . 1050 1 50 1 . . .1280 05
1 . 1410 1 00 5. . . . 1200 90
narcus.
10 . OU 2 80
6TOCKCI19.
19 CSS 1
WU3TB11K OVTTLE.
Owner. No. Av. Pr.
1 cow , stray . .10TO SI 50
4 cows , strays. . . . . . .1270 1 ISO
5 cows , straya . . 834 I 50
1 cow. slray . .12IM ) 1 00
2 aloers , strays . IH'W ' 2 75
1 steer , slray . .1800 2 75
1 slcer , slray .1550 2 75
1 sieor , stray. . .1100 2 10
6'J feeders . . Oil ) 2 55
20 feeders . . 721 2 30
7 feeders . . see 2 GO
30 feeders . . 822 2 00
13 . . 855 2 00
IW . .1070 2 40
. .1032 2 40
Brush Land and Cattle Co.
223steorH , Col-Tex . .1103 245
114 feeders , Col-Tex . ,1033 2 CO
J , M. Kuykcndull
78 cows . .1034 2 10
J. A. Cooper
lot steers , Col-Tox . ,1133 , 2 45
lOt ) steers , Col-Tax . .1123 3 45
Combs' & P.
83 feeders . .inr.2 3 75
3 stags . ,12JO , 3 SO
Riverside H. & S. Co.
44 steers , Col-Tox . , .10(53 ( 325
45 steers , Col-Tex . ,1059 , 3 25
B. F. Grout-
3S steers . ,13'M , 3 75
Wisconsin Laud und Cattle Co.
2 steers . .1410 3 50
HOflH.
. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
Sh.SO
1 113..21(1 ( SO W 00
0 02..231 1X ( ) 3 ( X )
U 49..Ull 80 a oo
J IU1..3SO 210 800
) )5. ) , .2ni 80 8 90
lli'J 8 03
70. . .23.-I 200 3 90
100 69. . . ' -'SO 100 8 90
a o 70 . 211 100 ! 1 90
120 63. . .270 8 00
620 58. 120 8 00
51. 120 3 02 !
01. . .2fO 120 3
820 02. . .2TO 100 3 92
120 62. . .291 200 3 02
100 70. , .24-i 80 3 95'
200 24. . .SIM 40 8 05
40 (11 , .3jO 80 8 05
100 120 8 05
100 60..813 40 3 95
80 70..223 SO 305
120 120 8 95
2-10 701253 ! ! ! bO 8 05
120 57..250 ICO 3 95
200 03..223 40 395
100 WJ..SU ) 2.00 805
120 713..235 820 3 95
50..833 120 8 05
SO ( . . . .245 80 S 05
120 47..249 3 05
120 45..875 60 3 05
100 03..257 40 3 95
120 78..2i7 : 120 SSK
60..250 40
73..841 bO
03..813 40
b3..225 00
83..853 00
240 00
733."j ; ; ' ; 40
Ol..2a5 120 4 05
. . . .207 405
181.313 120 05
60..25(1 ( 05
74..313 07Jf
50 * * iO 07
" ' ;
123"307 ! ICO U7J
monthly fitfuemrjnt.
Showing the ofllclnl rccolptn nnd nlilpmcnls
of Hvo stock ihirliiR tlio inouUipf Soit tnbor ,
1SS3 , ntul the number of head consumed nt
South Onmlm :
DISPOSITION.
lilvo
K. A. Moore , of HuUler. marketed oattlo ,
J. T. Deacon , came in from Coluridgo with
hogs.
.1. Sudgron , of Edgar , had c.ittlo on the
market.
n. 1J. Hurd , of Central City , was a visitor
at the yards ,
Ii. Stubbs & Co. , of Uradshaw , had hogs
on the market.
W. M. Haywood , of Tokamah , was In with
three loads of cattle.
Fuller , Smith and Fuller , of Scrlbnor , bad
Uogs on the market.
J3. W. Vuu Doron , of Lttchlloid , was In
with two earn of hogs.
S. T. Story o line In from Tokamah with
three car loads of eattlu.
Combs & Porslngor , of Ledge Pole , had six
card of cattle on the market.
W. II. Hoiifle , of Arcadii , was on the mar
ket with two loads of cuttlu.
Henderson was roproscntod by C. Hegicr ,
who had hogs on thu ui.irkot.
D. C. Nlles , of Caldwell & Niles. Angus ,
was on tbo market with two ears of ho s.
Inspector Clark Ho ward condemned thirty-
six lump-Jaws durino September. Why
people continue to send In suoh stuffs is a
nr'stcry , as they nro all condemned.
OMAHA
I'roiluce , Kriilts , Kic.
Eoo3 Strictly fresh , 17@18e.
BUTTCH Creamery , fnnev , 17@lSc ; choice ,
15(310)0. ( Dairy , fancy. IS lOo ; choice , 12 > r
1 Ic. Country , fancy , 12 u > l lo ; irood to choice ,
10@llc ; fulr , O lOc ; inferior. 7 < 3Sc.
LiviiPinnoNi ) Portion , ? 1 W.
GAMH Prairie chickens , f2.003.00 : mnl-
larcl ducks , W.50cj3.00 ( : mixed uucks , $1.50 ®
2.00 ; tc.U , $1.25 1.50 ; jack snipe , * 1.S5@1.S ( ) ;
plover , $1.00 1.25 ; venison saddles , 13ffll4o ( ;
carcasses , 810c.
HiAX3 : Choice hand-picked navy , S1.7f @
$2,00 ; choice hund-plckcU medium , $1G3@
l.SO ; choice bund-picked counlrv. ? 1.00@l.t 5 ;
clean country , § 1.50@1.CO ; inferior country ,
$1.00(31.23. (
3'r.i.Ts , TAU.OW , ETO. Green salted
hides , l)4 ) ( 4 > je ; dry salted hides , 5c ; dry
flint hides , 7c ; calf hides , 4V(5u ( ; damaged
hides , 2c loss : siieep pelts , KI-OOII , each , 25c@
Sl.OO ; sheep pelts , dry , per 11) , 0@12c. Tallow ,
No 1. 4@4J.Jo ; No. 3 , aj0 ? : o. Grease ,
while , 4KC'J14e ; yellow , 2K3c.
Woor. Fine , average , 15@10c ; medium ,
average , 21@22 ; quarter-blood , average , 20 ®
21c ; coarse average , 15@17c ; cotls and rough ,
average , 14MU1C.
CIIKESC Young Americas , full cream ,
12c ; factory twins , lOc ; off grades , 7@Sc % ;
Van Koascn Edom , fll.50 pordnx ; sap s.igo ,
19c : brick , 0@10e ; liuiburgor , SQUo ; domes
tic Swiss , lUf llc.
LEMONS Fancy , & 3.00@8.50 ; choice , 55.50 ®
0.00.
0.00.CiiANiir.uuiK'3
CiiANiir.uuiK'3 ' Capo Cod , $9.09@10.00.
OIIAXOES J ouisinna , per box , $1.00.
UUTrtiiiSK Tubs. 14o ; rolls , Ific.
BUCKWIIKAT FI.OUII Per bbl. , $0.50.
N. Y. Concord , per basket , 35
.
API-LKS Per bbl , $1.00j3.00. (
CALll-OHNtA GlUl'BS 51.501.73. (
CALII-OUMI.V PLUMS SI. 50.
PEAKS 10 Ib boxes , $1.75@2.25.
BANANAS According to size , per bunch ,
Coco A NUTS Pur 109 , ? j.OO.
Al'l'LU BUTTEU--50.
CIDKK BbKS.-i.50 ; hf bbls , $3.00.
MAI-I.I : SuoAit 12J < ; ( < 4l3o per Ib.
VIIAI , Choice , inoJium size ,
choice heavy , 5c.
HONI.Y Hie per Ib for choice.
Pniuvns : - HVjjVVgiOc per Ib.
J 1:1.1.1 : * -iftMB : ! per Ib.
BliuswiVo. . 1 , lli jl'Jc.
Pins li'KBT Pickled , kits , 75c ; pickled
pigs' toncucs , kits , $2.33 : pickled tripe , kits ,
05c ; pickled II. ( J. tripe , kits , 33o ; spiced pigs'
hocks , kits , 1.15.
Bun ir ToN ui:3 : Salt , bbls , $20.
HAY $ l.0. ) ( 5.00.
CHOP -$10.00@l2.00. :
BHAX flO.OO.
OrouericH.
PnovisioNS Hums , No. 1 , 10-lb average ,
10c ; 20 to23 Ibs , lO u ; 13 lo 14 Ibs. ll'/o ;
No. 2 , Oj i" , flhouldors , 5"o " ; breakfast ba
con , No. 1 , b-Sfc ; hum Biiusacc1 , Oc ; dried
beef bams , On ; beef tongues , Jjii.OO per
dozen ; dry suit meats , IJiiiiO o per Ib ; hum
rouletlo , 0fe.
PiUKi.u-i iModium , pur bbl. $1.50 ; small ,
$5.50 ; gherkins , 40.50 ; C. & B. chow chow ,
qts $3.85 ; pts , SI. 10.
CANDV UK ® l o perlb.
CiiucoLvri : AND Cocov 31c)7c ( ; ) ) per Ibj
Gorman chicory , red , 7J e.
GINGUH Jamaica , If pints , M.OO per doz.
OoFruu Green Fun uy , ola golden Uio.
23o , : fancy old peaherry , 24e ; Ulo , choice to
fitncy , 23u ; Ulo , m-lmc , 21u ; Kio , good , 20o ;
Mocha , 80o ; Java , fancy Mundchliug , 29u ;
Juvu , good interior , 24u.
NUTS Almonds , I5Q17 ; Brazils , Sc ; fil
berts , llo ; pecans , lOo ; walnuts , 12u ; pcuuut
cocks , 80 ; rousted , lOo.
XVicAi-riNo PAi'tit Straw , per Ib , l/ @
2 o ; ru , 2K ; munillu , B , SQJOJfo ; No. 1 ,
80. ,
SuoAiis-Cut loaf , Oj e : out loaf , cubes ,
Oo ; standard , powdered , 0 > fo : XXXX ,
powdered , O o ; gr.inulatod , standard , tidd
bo ; confectioners' A , SJ ii ; white , extra C ,
80 ; climax , 8)fc ; extra U , Nebraska , SJ o :
auihor , 7 0 ; California golddn C , 7)g ) < s.
S \usAon Bologna , 4 > i@'io ; Fnmkfort ,
7Kotonguo ; , 8Xoj summer , iiOij ; hcadohoeso ,
0 ! < o.
I'orvTOKS 3. ) ( < | r u per bu.
Poui/ruv Old nous nnd chickens , 1.00 ®
3.50 ; spring cnlckons , $ i.5'Jis3.0J ' ( ; tluuk and
gccso , per Ib , lOo ; turkeys , OC'ilOo ; young
ducks , per doz , 13.00 ; geese , W.OJ@7.00 ,
IMIID riorccs Uehncu , 5J/u ; pure loaf ,
OJ o ; kettle rendered , 7c. ' Add ' o to ko for
smaller quantities.
SALT Dairy , 230 Ibs in bbl , bulk , 32.10 ;
bcstgrado , 00 , 5s. t.40 ; bust grade. 10U , 8s ,
? 3.50 ; best grade , 23 , 10s , $2.80 j rock sail ,
crushed , 11.80 ; dairy sail , Ashlon , 50-lb bags ,
83o ; bulk , 221-lb bugs , JJ ; common , in
bbls , Sl.-iS ,
s Barley , 353 ! o ; fur
laa , 4 > o ; peas , 3'fo ' ; oal meal , 2Jf5o ( : mac-
nrontu , lie ; vormicolll , llo ; rice , 3 } < (27c ( ;
saco and laploca , .
Fisit-Sall Dried coilHsli , 5 03 0 { scaled
herring , 21o per box ; hoi. herring , dom. , Mo ) ;
Hamburg , spiced herring , $1.40 ; hoi. herring ,
Imp. , 85u ; mackerel , largo family , $11.50 per
100 Ibs ; whiU'lUn , No. 1. W.50 ; family , J3.75 ;
trnul , 15.23 ; salmon , ( S.0 ; anchovies , SOc.
DUIBU l'ituiTSCurrants , 4 > fg5o ( ! ; prunes ,
casks. 13X ) Ibs , 4.fiMXo } ( ; prunes , bbls or
bags , 4 > i@4fo ; citron peels , drums , 20 Ibs ,
Wii' lemou ueel , drums , 20 lb , 17o ; furd
dates , boxes , 13 Ibs , Oj ; nprioots. choice ovap-
orulod , 13o ; apricots , jolly , cured , 25 Ib boxes ,
15o ; airlcots | , fancy , Mount Hamilton , 23 Ib
boxes , 15o ; apricots , oboioo , bags. 80 Ibs ,
apples , evaporated , Alden , 50 Ib boxes ,
jjij ; apples , Star , 0 ( < W/o ; apples , fancy Alden -
don , 5 Ib , 805 apples , funcy Aldcn , 3 Ib , 8X0 ;
blackberries , evaporated , 50 Ib boxes ,
OJio ; cnornos , pitted , dry cured , 15o ; i ,
California fancy , } la boxes , 23 Ib , 12'os
peaches , Oal faucy , > g uopackoa boxet , 85
Ibs , lic ! ; peaches , Cal No 1 , fancy , ' uno
bags , SO Ibs , lie ; poaches , fanry , ovnp imp ,
50 10 boxes , MQ 15o ; peaches , S.ilt Lake , now ,
? ( $3o | nectarines , red , I''c ; nectarines , Ml-
vor , bags , 12c ; pitted plums , Cnl , 85 Ib boxes ,
llo ; raspberries , ovap N Y , no\v,21c ; prunes ,
Cal. H ( " . , 90-100 boxes , 20 Ibs , So ; prunes , Cnl ,
U C , 00-70 , 9e ; ornngo peel , 15o : raisins , Cal
ifornia Londons , croo lbS3 , $2,40 ( 3.00 ! rnl-
sins , Cal loose , muscatels , crop IbSS , $1.00 ®
2.00 : Valcnclas , 18S3 , 7c.
GvNNKt ) FISII Brook trout , 3 Ib , $4.10 ;
salmon trout , 2 Ib , $4.35 ; clnms , 1 Ib , $1.25 ;
clams , 2 Ib , $2.10 ; clam chowder , 8 Ib , $1.25 ;
deviled crabs I ib , $4 25 ; deviled crabs , 2
Ib , $3.50 ; codllsh balls , 3 Ib , $1.755 cavior , W
Ib. $4.355001 % 1 Ib. ? 3.40 ; lobsters , 1 Ib , $1.00 ;
lobsters , 2 Ib , $3.90 ; lobsters , deviled , } . Ib ,
$2.85 ; mackerel , I Ib , $1.75 ; mackerel , mus
tard sauce. 3 Ib , Ml. 10 ; mackerel , tomato
satico. 3 Ib , $3.25 ; oysters , 1 In , P5e ; oysters ,
21b , $1.00 ; snltnon , C. H. , 1 Ib , $4.00 ; salmon ,
C. it , 3 Ib. I2.SU : salmon. Alaska , lib , $1.00 ;
nalmon , Alaska , 3 Ib , $4.05 ; shrimps , I. Ib ,
$3.05.
CAN.sr.t ) MBATS Corned beef , Broughman
3 Ib , per doz , $4.10 ; corned beef , Armour's 2
Ib , per doz , $3.05 ; corned beef , Llbb.v's 3 Ib ,
$4.10 ; 2 Ib lunch tongue , $5.00 ; lib lunch
tongue. $2.75 ; 3 Ib ham , $4.S5 ; 2 Ib brawn
or headcheese , $1.95 ; 3 Ib pigs feet , $2.40 ; 3
Ib roast chicken , $2.30 : 3 Ib roast turkey ,
$2.80 ; potted hnm , } { Ib. $1 25 ; 1 Ib chipped
beef , $2.15.
Oiu-ICerosono P. W. , O.o . : W. W. 13u ;
headlight , lUe ; salad oil , iSi.15jJO.00 per
dozen ,
SU.SOI > A lTf(32i ( ( o per Ib.
STAUCII 57o per Ib.
STOVH 1'ousii $2.00 ( < 55.87 per grois.
SI-ICES Whole , per Ib Allspice , llo ; Cas
sia , China. 9J e ; cloves , Zanzibar , 20o ; nut
megs , No. 1 , 7Jo ; pepper , 17c.
Dry Goods.
PniSTS Pink and llobei HIchmond , 60 ;
Allun. Co ; Hivorpolnt , - 5K" ; Steul Ulver
05 Pnelllc , ( lifts.
I'MXTs Indigo Blue St. Lcger , . . , . _ ,
Washington. OJ c ; American , OKo ; Arnold ,
" " - ' old Century. Oc ; Wr " ' '
TK't ' , lOjio ; Arnold H , lOKe : Arnold A , 12o ;
Arnold Gold Senl , lO&c ; Voile Seal , 10 > , o.
CoMFOHTr.ltS $ U.GOi35.00 (
COIISET JIANS : Lloston , 7Jfe ; Androsrog-
gln , 7-Jfo ; Kcnrsage , 7 o ; Kockport , 0 fo ;
ConsetORa. 0 } c.
CitAsit Stevens' B , GKo ; Stevens1 A. 7o ;
bleached , 8c ; Stevens' P , 7J'e ! ; blenched ,
8 o ; Stevens' N , 8J c ; bleached , Ok'o ;
Stevens' SUT , lli c.
DBSIMS Amoskong , OoIBJ e ; Everett , 7
oz , lUe ; York , 7 oz , Kio ; Haymaker , 8ke ;
JatTroy , XX , HKo ; Jnffroy , XXX , 12 e ;
Heaver Creole , AA , 12c ; IJuavor Crook , 13U ,
lie : Beaver Creek , CO ! , 10a
GINGHAM Plunkett , checks , O o : Wlilt-
tcnton , ft' o ; York , 7 } o _ Nuriiiundl dress ,
7fe ; Ciiluuttn ilros * , 7J o ; Wliittenton dress ,
7jo ; Kenfrow dress , 8 (5 ( 12i e.
biiKRTiva , liuucniu ) 1'Jliorton , 7Xe ;
Housekeeper , 8J c ; New Candidate , Sj e ;
Berkeley cambric , No. 00 , Oc ; You Bet. 4-4 ,
0e _ * _ ; butter cloth , OO , 4 > | 'c ; Cabot , 7J o ;
Fnrvvoll , half bleached , 8i.u ; Fruit of Louui ,
SJ c ; Croon G , Oc ; Hope , 7)o ; King Phlllin
catnbrle , lOo ; Lonsdalo cambric , lOc ; Lous-
dale , SKo ; Now York mills , lOo ; Poppernll ,
42 in , lUe ; Pepperell , 40 in , llo ; Pcptieroll ,
0-4 , 14Ke ; PepDcroll , 8-4 , 20c ; Peppproll , 9-4 ,
22o ; Pepperell , 104. 24o ; Canton , 4-4 , 8 , ' u ;
Canton , 4-4 , 9'j.c ; Triumph , Oc ; Wumsuita
He ; Valley , ho.
TICKS Oakland , A , 7 Intornnttonnl \ ,
YY , 8c ; Shetuckot , S , 8' ' \VnrronNo. ; . 871) ) ,
Uio ; Berwick , BA , Ibe ; Acme , 18o ; York ,
0 in , 12. fe : York , 34 in. I8 } < e ; Swift Ulvcr ,
So ; Ihorndlko , OO , 8Kc ; ' ThorndlUe , Kf ,
SJ c ; Thorndike , 120. 0 > .o ; Thorndlke. XX ,
15c ; Cordis , No. 5 , 9j o ; Cord Is , No. 4 , lOj 'o.
DUCK West Point , 23 in , 8 oz , 9 > jc ; West
Point , 30 in , 10 oz , 12.o . ; West Point , 20 in ,
12oz , 15Kc ; WestPo.nt , 40 in , 11 oz. lOc.
FLANNELS Plaid Kaftsmon , 20o : Clear
Lake. : il ) > _ o ; Iron Mountain , 20Kc.
PIIINTS Solid Colors Atlantk- ; Slater ,
Oc : Berlin oil , 0) ) < _ o ; Garner oil , OC' ' 'c.
SimtTiNO CnicK8 : Caledonia X , 9Xe ;
Caledonia XX , 10 } c ; Economy , 9c : Otis. Oc ;
Granite , Cj e ; Crawford checks , 6c ; Haw
liiver plaids , 5 } c.
SIIRISTIXO , Buowx Atlantic A , 4-4 , 7 ] c ;
Atlantic H , 4-1. 7c ; Atlantic 1) , 4-4 , OJfe ;
Atlantic P , 4-4 , Oc : Aurora LL , 4-1 , Cc ; Aurora -
rora C. 4-4 , 4jtfo ; Crown XXX , 4-4 , 0 ( u ;
Hoosier LL , 4-1 , Vc\ \ Indian Head. 4-4 , 7c ;
Lawrence LL , 4-4 , OJio ; Old Dominion , 1-4 ,
r > > c ; i'epperfll U , 4-4 , O c ; Pepperell E , 40-
inch , 7J e ; Pcpperali , 8-1 , 171 < o ; Popporell ,
9-1 , 20c ; Pepperell , 10-4 , 2ic ; Utica C , 4-4 ,
4Jfc ; Wauhusctts , 4-4 , 7c ; Auroru K , 4-4 , 7o ;
Aurora B , 4-4 , O c.
FIANNELS Wnito G. II. No. 2 , Jf , 22J < fe ;
G. H. No. 1 , * { , 2i' ( e ; G. H. No. 2. Jf , 22Xo ;
G. H. No. 1 , % ! iOoQucchoe ; No. 3 , Jtf , 82 > < ; o ;
Quecheo No. 2 , % . 87 e ; Auawuu , 32 > 4c ;
VlndBor , 22Xo.
FLVNNELS Ked C. 24 inch , 15 } c ; E , 2-1
inch , 21 } c ; G G , 21 inch. iiOc ; U A F , J ,
2oc ; J It F , ? / , 27c ; G , % , 23c.
U ATI s Standard , So ; Gem. 8c ; Bo nuty
12-fo ! ; Uoonu , 14o ; B , cased , * < ! .30.
BLVNKI.TS White , $1.00@7.50 ; colored ,
$1.10@3.00.
CAUPUT WAitr Bibb , white , ISitfc ; colored ,
YY , 18o ; BU , 19c ; 30. bluachcd , 8j e ; ( W ,
2J } ; 80 , l Ko ; 50. brown and slutu , Oc ; 70 ,
Kc ; 00 , lOc.
IdiNTUCKV .IK VNS Hercules , 17o : Leam
ington , 22 ; Gleuwooil , 20o ; Melville , 23e ;
Bang-up , 27 ! o ; Memorial , Ific ; Standpoint ,
18o : Durham , 27l.fc. ;
AIiSGRUANKOUS Table oil cloth , .SO ;
table oil cloth , martilo , $2.50 ; plain Holland ,
9 > < jc , dado Holland , 12' ' c.
PIIINTS Dross Charier Oalt , 5c ; Rama-
po , 4u ; Loili , 5Jfo : Allen , Oo ; Richmond , IKS ;
Windsor , 0 } < u ; Ediiyslono , O fo ; Pucillc ,
lumber nnd Hiillilini ; Material.
STOCK Boviins A , 12 Inch , sis 14 nnd 10
feet , $10.00 ; B 12 inch , s 1 s 12 , 11 nnd 10
feet , 11.00 ; C 12 mchs 1 s 13 , 18 und 15 foot ,
jil.lO : ( ; D 13 inch , s 1 s 12 , 11 and 1C fuut ,
* 2.,00 ) ; No. 1 com 12 in , s 1 s , 12 feet , $18.00 :
No. 2 com 12 il > sis , 14 and 10 feel , ? 17.50@
18.50 ; No. 1 com 12 m H 1 s 10 , 18 , and 20 feet ,
$10.50 ; No. 2 com 13 In s 1 s 14 und 10 feet ,
$17.00.
Poii.Ait Luiinuu- Clear poplar box bds , %
in , H 2 a , $ : ! 5. < K ) ; clear poplar , % panel ,
? : ( ( I.OO ; clear poplar , % in panel , $25.00 ; clear
poplar , panel stock wide , o 2sJ ti.OO ;
clear poulur corrugated colling , % , $2'J.OO.
POUTS White cudar , 0 inch halves , 12o ;
white cedar , 5 % inch halves nnd 8 Inch n'rs ,
lie ; white codur , 4 inch round , lOu ; Tonnes-
wee rod cedar , xnlit , Kic ; spilt oak ( white )
Sc ; sawed oak , I7c.
SHULn > No 1 plain. 8 und 18 inch , $17.50 ;
No. 3 plain , 8 and 10 inch , $15.50 ; No. 1 , O.
Q , , $18.00.
DIMENSIONS AND TIMIIEIl.
13 ft 14 ft 1(1 ( ft 18 ft 20 ft 23 ft 24 ft
2x1 . . .1503 1500 1500 10 00 1000 1800 1000
2x8. . . .15 00 1500 1500 1000 10 00 1800 1000
2x3 . . .1500 1500 1500 1000 1000 18 1)0 ) 1900
2x10. . .150J 15 00 15 00 10 00 10 00 18 00 19 00
2x13. .1500 1500 1500 1000 1000 1800 1000
4xl8x.blOOO 1(100 ( 1000 1700 1700 1800 1900
FKNCINO No. 1 , 4 and 0 Inch , 12 and 14 ft ,
rougn , $ ll,00@ ! 10.50 ; No. 1. 4 und (1 ( Inch , 10 ft
$ I7.00.il7.50 ; No. 2 , 4 und ( ! inch , 12 und 10 ft
$ I8.5C ( < 311.00 ; No. 2 , 4 und 0 Inch , 10 ft. $15.00
& 10.00.
FiNisuiKn 1st and 3d clear. Winch , s 3 s ,
$ I9.00C$51.00 ; 1st nnd 21 clenr , IJrf and 3
Ini'li , s 3 s , f7.00t50,00 ! ! ; 3d clear. IJ/lncn , s
2 B , 8.00 < 3IO.K ( ) ; Bsolcct , Itfyt uud 3inch ,
s 2 H. $8r,00@83.uo ; 1st ana 2i clour. 1 inch , s
2s , $15.00 ; 3d clour , 1 Inch , s 3 s , ? 30.00 ; A
solect. 1 Inch , s 2 s. ? 3'J.OO ; B select , 1 Inch ,
s 3 s , $30.00.
SuiNai.ES , LATH Per M XX clenr , $3.15 ;
extra * A * . $ 'J.f > 0 ; standard A , $ 3.00 ; 5-lnch
clear , $ l.00@1.70 ; ( J inch clear , $1.7501.80 ;
No. 1 , $1,1U@1.15 ; clear red cedar , mixed
widths , from Washington territory , $3.40 ;
California rod wood , dimension widths , $4.50 ;
cypress , clear heart , dimension widths , f3,25 ;
luth , $3.50 ,
BOAIUJB-NO. 1 comsls 13 , 11 nnd 10 ft ,
$10.00 ; No , 3 com sis In. 14 und 10 ft , $10.U ) ;
No. 0 com s 1 s 13 , 14 und 1(1 ( ft , $14 50 ; No. 4
com * 1 s 15 , 14 ana 10 ft ( ship's cull ) , $11.00.
Add 50o per M ft for rough.
BATTBNS. WKLI , Tiimso , PICKI.TS O , G.
Balls. 'Ift inch , OOo ; O. CJ. Baits , if@3 , es ,
85o3-lu ; well tubing , D. & M. und bov. $ , ' 2.10 ;
pickets , D. & H. , llatf > 0.00j pickets , D. &U.
Bijuurc , $10 OJ ,
FrooiiiNd 1st com 0-lnch white pine ,
$31.00 ; 2d com G-inch white pine , $31.00 ; 3d
com 0-inch whlto pluco , $20.00 ; D com 0-inch
white pine , $ il,00 ) : com 4 nnu 0-inch yellow
plno $15.00 ; Star 4-miih yellow pine , $17,00 ;
Ut nnd 2d ciear yellow nine , 4 nud 0-Inch ,
$10.00.
CKILINO AND PAIITITION 1st Com , 5In
whlto plno partition. f.'li.OO ; 2d Com , J/ln ,
Whlto pine partition , $37.00 ; clear % in , yel
low plno coiling , $30,00 ; clear J In , Norway ,
$14.60 ; 2d Coin. % in Norway , $12.50.
Twines nud Itopo.
BiNDEits' TVVI.NK Sisal , 13o ; hemp , Ho ;
man Ilia , 150.
CLoniKBMNES Colton , 60 ft , $1.20 ; cotton ,
CO ft , 11.40 ; Jute , DO ft , OOo ; Jute , 00 It , (1.00.
COTTON TWINR Fine. 20o ; incJIum ,
heavy hemp , 15c : light hemp , 15c.
HAILTwiNfi B , sail , 20o ; Calcutta , Mo ;
Matilllii niK < , HK ' , * ' ' ! rope , HUe ; now
product , Oc ; jutc.iWo ; cotton , I Co ; liklo roue ,
17o ,
Tcoiininoh No Ijoniior n ICUsor.
The rumor lins gone forth tlint Gon-
crnl Shorninn lins lost Ills ambition for
kissing protl.VRlrla , suys Mllwnukoo
dispatch ol IHo Chicago Tribune. A
murmur of wonderment swept ncross
the grand stand when he missed the op
portunity othlsllfo to-dn.y. As pretty
iv girl ns anyone could desire .to kiss ,
cnmo ncross the street through the
iiica at some peril to herself , hearing n
IIvor decanter of loo-water. She was
clad in n becoming costume ot rod ,
whlto , and blue , and the national colors
were rclleclod In her chocks and oyos.
A soldier gallantly helped her up the
stairs , and thousands watched old To-
cuinsoh , ns ho drank the refreshing
and welcome draught.and then thanked
the maiden for her courtesy. The
crowd wivltod breathlessly to BOO her
receive the guerdon of morlt , the
fatherly kiss which old Tcouinsoh is
wont to bestow with fatherly readiness ,
but ho did nothing of the kind. Per
haps ho didn't think ot it , hut the
orowd did , nnd was intensely dlsan-
pointed. Perhaps the young lad.V was ,
too.
Advice to Mother * .
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup
should always ho used for children
teething. It soothes the ehlld , Boltens
the gums , allays all pains , euros wind
cello , and is the best remedy for dlar
rhuii. 2oo a bottle
l > 'or tlio Hlliiil ,
Dr. Campbell , the eminent blind man ,
whoso visit to this city during the week
aroused renewed interest in the pro
posed , institute for the blind , says the
Pittsburg Bulletin , rotor roil , among
other appliances of n complete school ,
ton bicycle trnck. When the blind can
bo taught to ride a bicycle with pleas
ure to the rider and no danger to any
one else , the art ot treating the sight
less may bo said to have attained a
point not dreamed of. A blind man
capable of riding successfully and unre
strained the uilont stood ought to bo
able to earn hit ) living as pilot on the
Ohio river.
SRROEDER & DEAN ,
GRAIN ,
Provisions i Stocks
Basement First National Bank.
: i ( > 5 South littli Street , - Oninlin ;
NEBRASKA
NATIONAL BANK ,
U. S. DEPOSTOHY , OMAHA , N3B.
Capital $ JOO.OO ( )
Surplus Jan. 1st , 1SS ! ) 52,001)
Ot'Fl0121(3 AMU D1UKCTOU3 :
HEN-IIV w. YATI- " , I'resl.lcnu
hKWls S. UEKD. Vlcu President.
A. 13.TOU/AI.IN , *
W. V. MoifW.
JOHN S. COM.INS ,
It. U. CUSHINO ,
J.N. 11. 1'ATIIICK ,
W. II. S. Humir.s. Cashier.
THE IRON BANK.
Cnr. 12lli and l < 'HruaiuSts.
A General Jlauklnir lluslucss Transacted.
COMMERCIAL
Capital , - $4OOOOO
Surplus , - 4O.COO
Officers nnd Directors II. M. Jloivomnn , O
31. Hitchcock , .los. Gninoau. Jr. , A. Henry. K
Al. Anderson , Win O.Miiul. v tmis.i \ > . II. Will
lams. A 1' . Hopkins pies. ; A. Millard. casuler ;
K U. Urj-ant , naalstnnt cashier.
BLAKE , BQ1SSEVAIN & CO , ,
London , Sin ; ; and.
ADOLPH BOISSEVAIN & CO , ,
ESolland.
Trnnfivt a Amoral linnUluu biiflnoj ; . Kcouilllcn
bought ami uM on coiinnllin. ) . I'lirclKii cxcbanecs.
Commercial nnd trno'ur'8 letters of croillt.
CIrJnra 1'or IjoiiiH and ate ki executed on commls-
cloni In London mid on ull Coiitlncntul Ilourscs u
Kiiropc.
NurfOt'ilation of Hnllway , fctivte , ( I'.y nnil Ci rpor-
ntlou I.o.vn * a epcclnllr
K1RKENDALL , JOKES A CO. ,
Successors to Itved , Jones & Co.
Wholesale Manflfacturers of Biots & SIIOBS
r llostoii Rubber hlioo Co. , 1102. HOI and HUH
llarney Street , ouiBlm , N
Brvvers.
STOltZ & ILKIt ,
Lager Beer Brewers.
lin North Blnbte ntli m'cl.Oninha , Neb.
Cornlco.
EAQLE COHNWE WOllKS ,
Manuf'ctnrers ofGalyaiiizeil IronCoraice
Wludorr-caps nuil moinllcsliTllgliii. Jolm Kpenutcr ,
proprietor. Uttaud llJtiuutb lilb ( tlieai.
Stonm Fittings , Pumps , Elo. _
' "
OL'ARK STEAM HEATING co" .
Pnraps , Pipo-s and Engines ,
6U m , water , rnllnrnr ami ralntni ; > uppllti , etc.
m > , ya apd'/'i t'arnain iiroul , Ouiulio.
u.&wiND'KxaTfru tTFuTn > uo. ,
Steam anfl Water Sapplies ,
wind mllli , 813 and U-'O Jonci it , , Omaha.
( J. F. lloie , Aclluz ilanugor.
CO. ,
Engines , Boilers and General MacWncrF ,
BbenMron trork , * teani piimpj , snn mllli. 12IJ-1J13
l avunwtrtb clrtet , Oiualia.
Iron Works.
& vwnLixa inoN wonics ,
Wrought and Cat ? Iron Billing Wort ,
Knitlnri , mass work , ireneral Inunilry , uacblnoaud
blackitnltb work. OKic and wurki , U , 1 * . Itr ,
and Ulh itroet , Oraaba.
OMA UA WJItU it 1HON WOllKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railing
i. wlnilowBiianls. ( lower Hand , , w
ate. HINumilUli tioetUinali .
OMAHA SAPti .6 itOf WOllKS ,
Manf'rs ' of Fire and Burglar I roof Safes ,
Vault , , nil work , Iron thuttori and nro cirjpti.
U , Aauraou. urop'r. Corner Ill'j aud JaokiOD IU ,
_ . ,
M. A. D1SUHOW A 00. ,
WtioUiile ronufacluriT of
Sash , Boors , Bliuds ani Mouldings ,
lirancli office , 12Ui aid IiirJ ilreKti , Oiutht , Neb ,
SOUTH OMAHA.
" 'UNION srouK YAiws'd
OfSoutliOinalia , Limitci
Agrloulturi.1 Implomontn.
Airicnlt'l ' Implements , Waions , Carriagei
lluccln.clr.vliolcin.e. . Omnha , Nc
Fiirnturo.
Wholesale Dealers in Furnilnre ,
Karn mitt8el.0mt\lm , Ncbrn k .
'
Fnrnitnrs ,
Omahit , Nabranka.
Orocorlos.
fiiADi & cti , "
Wneleialo Grocers ,
1Mb and L aTnwotth , treoti. Oninba , .Vtbrail * .
Hardware.
H' . J. nilOA'l C/J ,
Hcyy ? Hirdware , Iron and Steel ,
> r'eto-
NA bTODUAUD CO. ,
MniiutncUircm and Job cnln
Wations , Buggies Rakci , Plows , Etc.
Cor. Pthaml 1'nclflo iHrtBta.Oiimliv
Artleta Matorlols *
A. PKt Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1513 I'ouKlns "Itcct , Oinnlia , Nrliraskn.
Doot9nnc _ Shoos. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
H' . V. MOUSE A CO. ,
. Jobbers of Boots and Slices ,
1101,110J , HUi Dnuulim itrcot , Omnha. Mnnufnctorr ,
bummer street , lloilon.
Conl , Coke , Eto.
W. TUATUUEU COAL OO
Miners and SMDDcrs of Coal and Coi
Ho oin''l. I u > Niitioiiui ' link IhUiUI i .OmMin.
OMAHA. COAL , COKE & LIMK CO.
Joltu of H'-ril tnl SJit Coal ,
SOUBoutli l..Hi tlr.'Ot , ( imalin , Nclimli .
'
A'EUHA bltA FUEL CO. ,
Shippers of Goal and Colte ,
ail Soulti loth Bt,0nialia , Not ) .
LUMBER , ETC ,
JOHN A. WAKEPIELD ,
Wholesale Lumter , Etc ,
Importtd and American PortlanJl "emcut , BtmU
agon t lor Mllirnukce liUr u luccuiBut and
( julnir whlto IIBI * .
*
CIIAS 11. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwccd Lumlier ,
Wood cari < ut > und i < 'iriiii't ' | tlouniiu. Vth anJ DoujtlM
bttoeta , Umuhu , .Nvli.
OMAHA LUMUKR cb7 "
MlKinSsofBiiildiiigMaterialatWliolesalfi
IStU ttrocl and Union Tactile track , Uniaba.
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer In Lnmber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Deere , Ktc. Vanln - < 'orner * th nd l.'outjiiu.
Corner IDtli and Uouelas.
(3RA Y.
1 Lime Cement Etc. Etc
, , , . , ,
Conor tltU and > ti , Omaha.
O. ADIETZ ,
Dealer in All Kinds of Lumber ,
13tu and California ttrevts. Omaha , Nebraska.
JVIIIIInory and Notions.
'
L'dnElWELDErij : CO. ,
ImprteR & Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
an , 8IU and 212 Soulli nth Blri'ct.
Notions.
J. T. ItOniNSON NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furbishing Goods ,
11 ? ! Hartley Stvi'ot , Oaiiiha.
_ _ _ _ _ _ Commission and Storagp. ' Si
RWDELL A RlUDELL ,
Stone and Commission Merclianta ,
Evctaltlc > > llntU'r , < 'R > ! 8. chccie. poultry , garafc
1112 llmrnrd Btii'i.'t.Onuilni , Nub.
Dry Goods and Notions.
"
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Dry Good ? , Farnisliing Good ? and Notions
1102 mi J 1101 Jtouslan , cor. Ulh itrcul , Uaialia.Ntb.
li 'In n 'K-i L' GOODS CO. ,
Importers & Jolliers in Dry Guoils , Nolions
Oi'Ht'a lurnUhlnK Rnod . Cnrnir lltli tinil Uurncf
_ _ _ utreots , Uuinlia..Nobrastn. i
I1IME1JAVGJI A TAYLOR , II
Builte1 Hardware and Scale Repair Shoo
Slcihanlci1 tool nna Iltifral' ) ( calei. H05 IluuglM
ilrcut , UiiiuUa , Nol ) .
Eto.
If. HARDY & CO. ,
Jubbrri of
Tjys , Dolls , Albums , Faucy Good ? ,
Dousa rnmhtilnit KOmlx , olillilren't cKirlnne * . 1201
carnam itruut , Uiuabn , Nob. )
Oils.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Rented and Lnbricaling Oils ,
Axle Kreato. etc. , Omaha. A. 11. Ultliop. .Manag ft
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper DJ lers.
arrr u nice itnait nf iirlntln . wrni p > v nnd
per. Jpaolnl att ontlonKlTcnl u cunl paper
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
OV'IUK
Chicago , Milwaukee St , Paul R'/i '
The Ilcwl Iluulo from Omnliti and Council
IMiilfs to
_ _
ZHTHE EAST =
TWO TKAINB DAlhY HBTWREN OMAHA
AND COU.SUII. JII.U1''KH
Clilrngo , AND Mlhvniikce.
St. Paul , Minneapolis , Codur
Kock Islniitl , ri t'iorl | , Ituckfurd ,
Clinton.lliiljiujiic , Davenport ,
Elgin , Maillsoii , JancbTllle.
lleloll , Wlnonn , La Crosso.
AflO all other Important iiolnt * KaitNortb ait and
buutiivatl.
For throuuh tlcketi call on Ilia tlfket aecat at 1M ]
rmrnaia itrcet , In llaieur illuck , or al Uulc 1'aciflfl
Ieiiot.
Kullman Sleeptra and thfl tlneit Dining Can In ( ! >
world are riinun thu main line ot tha ClilraKO , Mil'
waukcoiHt. ran ) Kallwar , aud evurj altootluo U
paid to iiauujjmi iif courtuoul Biuplo/t * of tb
compRny. ILMII.r.Rlt. flonertl Mntmn r.
j. V. TIKJKKH. Aiitkttiu < < ouural Manaiier ,
A. V. 11. CAliriSNTlilt , liuimal l'ai envf and
Ticket /erot.
UKO. K , IlIJAKKOItl ) . Aiutitaataonoral 1'aiienfC
nd'Hcket Aeont.
T , J. CLAHK. Utnural BuoirluHndcnl. .
NATIONAL BANE ,
U. S , DEPOSITORY ,
OMAHA , - NEBRASKA ,
Cupllal $300,00
Surplus , 1011)000
HltUMAN KOUNT/.BTl'realdent.
JOHN A. OHHK1HTON , Vlca 1'resldeal
V. II , UAVJU , Cashlor.
W. II. MICdIJIHIl. AxMatant Oaelilor.
U. K , UATid : , ABxUtuut CaBhl |
Safety Deposit Vaults la Uusouiunt ,