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    THE OMAHA DAILY THURSDAY , OCTOBER 10 , 1889.
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS.
Wheat Aotlvo Within a Honlthy
Range of Prices.
NEWS IN FAVOR OF THE BULLS.
f
Corn Still Contlmioi In a Depressed
Condition 1'rovlslon Trading n-
Ijlttlo Blow Price * Kor
Cnttlo
CI1ICAOO PKODUOIO M.
Oo' , . 9.- ( Special Telegram to
Tun UIE. ] Wlicat r.os nctlvo within n
healthy range of prices nnd values moved up
nbout Ic. News rather favored tlio bulls to-
dny. Of 00,000 bushels ofhcnt worked in
Ualtimorc for South America , 70,000 bushels
went out to-day nnd New Ygrk reports nny-
\vlicro from twelve to seventeen loads
worked thcio jcstcrdny afternoon ntnl this
forenoon. Montreal reported the engage-
mptit of ocean freight room for JG.OCO bushels
of No. 1 hard wheat for shipment , and
accompanying the announcement was that
nioro would liavo been bought If vessel room
could have been teemed Cablet nvoraged
better , and Judging from the activity of
houses In the foreign trndu the old world is
taking n lively intoicst in futures. The
largest buying to-uay WAS geneinlly believed
to be lor account of foreigners , Ilutc'hlnsnn
doing the blegcst soiling. Ho put out somewhere -
where between 1,250,103 nntl 1,750,000
bushels by tlio pit estimate nnd yet
the market advanced In tlio face of
tils offerings. No change in tha situation up
north can bo detected. Tun movement Is
still heavy and wheat keeps coming torward
as fest as the railroads din carry It. Chicago
mixers and cleaners at a getting tholr shitro
of it , nnd tlio Inspection sheet this morning
showed 80 cars out of IDS ot nil kinds ro-
ccivcd us from "special houses. " 'Iho wheat
that Iscomlng in Is grading tioorly , but some
Improvement over the quality of receipts up
to n fo\v days ago Is noted. Toledo rcnorts
that n decided improvement Is shown In.tho
rccultils there. The winter wheat move-
> merit everywhere Is light , however , anil
thuro nru woll-dollnod indications that the
dii.ount loft m f n riners' ' hands is not up to
popular expect itlons A gentleman from
tiaiigamon county , this state , who wns on
'chnngc ' this morning , Hays that thu farmers
in that county Imvu not enough unsold to
feed them. This Is ono of the fertile and rich
counties of tUo state. Higher prices limy
bring out car loads , however , where bushels
were not , supposed to exist. In nnv event
the market Is very strongly supported
strongly bulled may bo a butter phrase. In
discussing wheat this afternoon nu observant
trader remarked that "while the general slt-
uatnn lua broad way Is beilmh , and every
body sees that it Is bearish , ttioy can also
sc'o that the mat koi not only does not clo-
cline , but that it actually advances This
t nils 4o cncour.igo trading , which would nofc
otherwise bo , and constitutf s what 11 on-
Hldor a rather dangerous market a market
ll.tblo to big und violent Huetu.ttioiis. " This
view has been frequently expressed in a va
riety of ways by manj men on the lloor
latoly. ' 1 lit ) local market was rather quiet
nnd utiinteiostlng the Hist half of the ses
sion , with JJocombt'r ranging at ) > 2' ( ) < if3j ! (
nntlMnv at 85I ( Sri' < c As on jcsteidtiy ,
the battle was mound 83o for December. Ono
of the earlv factors was the istim.ito by the
boanl'sLondon ' correspondent of a decrease
of 1,1)00,000 bushels In the amount on pas-
ngp. This was so Btiitlingly out of line
nth lloerbohm's lltturcs that nn inquiry as
to its eortcctness w.ii set on loot und noir
the close of the session the estimate do-
crp-scd. These corrections had no influence
ns depressing factors for the reason that
when posted tno market was scoring for a
little bulge. The last half hour was the
busiest iiud strongest period of the day. The
market watf very active and nn advance was
scored , December going to & 3 < c , May to
60XC > nllll Octoocr to Sllfc. [ "ist prices
were at the ot'tside , a gain on tlio day of
J/lc ( ? , May making the most improvement.
'ihcro was no telicf from the dcpicssion
\vhiclilitpiy distinguished trading in corn ,
The continuance of tlio line weather moro
than olTset the modei.itc receipts and the
feo.Uig of superabundant supplies rcidy to
bo poured upon the market effectually dis
courages any buying activity. At every
stage of the decline HOIIIO shorts attempt to
cover , thereby infusing temporary spirit
into the market , which , however , soon dies
out and leaves business to its former dull
monotony.r'ho | foreign markets are tilling
loss than they had boon doing during tha
Bummer months and shippers to domestic
markets aio likewise inclined to go slower.
'Iho closing prices wore : October U03 o ,
November 'Mo and May 82 c , winch
shows n loss of J o slnco yesterday in No
vember , with October and May unchanged.
Oats were nctlvo In n speculative way , but
weak within a narrow range. Inteiost again
centering in May. There was little or no
disposition to invest in this property nt
recent prices , and liberal quantities of long
oats were again thrown on the market , with
May declining if to 2IJJf and inter ruling a
triilo ste.idler. Near futures weio neglected ,
with the exception of No 2 for delivery this
month touching 18lc , whllo December was
jjull a * , about Jtfo premium. The receipts
wu.rolargo , with moro than 200 cars expected
Vor to morrow. No. 2 In store , 01 to go thoi o ,
gold at 1S.3H@1SK < - ' , Wllh cash transactions
chiolly by sample.
The pic-vision trade was n little slow.
General speculation suffered a noticeable
restriction , \\hiio in October poilt thuro was
no iinusji.il development. A few open trades
worumade , In It nt 510 00@10.23 , and under
t Me voles of the hoard 1,000 ban els or so of
uewjiork wotosold out "for account of wiiom
it may concorn" nt $10 32) ) @IO 10. 'Iho
delivery Itself closed ut jll25 ! , or 2io ) hichor
than jcsterday. The board's nttoinoy Illod
this morning In the appellate court his
answer to the clique's motion for a revival
of Judge Shcpard's ' injunction. The court
will probably consider ami dispose of the
motion at tin early day. In some quartets it
! g still buliovcJ that the deal u ill bo com
promised and settled before the eloso of the
month. The clique U evidently dls ippaintod
wliU the outcome of its squer/o and is doubt
less open for a ptopositlon from the
fchorts to scratch tlio trade on
its books. The short Interest remaining
unsettled is estimated at from 121,000 to 150-
000 barrels nud the average price mound
tlOOO. In Iho general market the feeling
was quito strong Prices in tholr lluctua-
tlons were lt" | > t within small bounds and the
changes actually made \\ern limited , Com
pared with yestni day the closing showed ave
vo ( auMtnco of fie on Octobur and January
l > oi k nnd 21 o'ou October and January short
Tibs. October lard dot-lined Bis and Novem
ber lard 2 > v'c. January lard \\iis unchanged.
CIIIUACU IilVK STOCK.
CIHOAOO , Oct. 0 , [ Spoolal Telegram to
TUB Urn. ] CVrn B The receipts were di-
( vJj'\vl ' at 0,1100 natives , 0,000 Tuxaus und U,000
jfUtj'i ! > ls. Prliuo and fancy native ntoors
W , ra scarce and sold nt a range of ? l OOQ
, t\ ' . the bent prices for many u dav and U5i ( }
i0i > ui/hor than duilng the iccent depressed
porlou\ This advance on the best hail no
ittuivlating cifcct on other native steers ,
: lucll sailing as low as at any time , as ihdy
bad to campcto with u big run of good Tux.
nns and rangers , Native cows and heifers
Also continue to sell nt about
the lowest for the season , Texans und rang-
srs selling about the same as for the previ
ous days of the week , Tlio stoeker ana
feeder trade shows no signs of Improvement ,
the demand being light und prices down to
.ow water mark. Choice to oxtr.i beovea.
W 50615 00 ; medium to good steers , lav ) to
1500 Ibs. | iVOi 4t > 0 ; 1'JOO to 1330 11)3 , W.SOfcjJ
MO ; WO to l-JOO'lbs , fiiXQ..TO ) ) ; stockers
nnd feeders , SI S5(3..00 ( ; oows , bulls ami
iuixi-j. , j | OOQi'i Odt bulk , tl 7b ; Texas steers ,
| 2,10ftJ7Jcow ; , tl 85@3UO ; westeru ruug-
ers. l.75 ( 8.tB ,
Hous 'llioro tvas quite fa brisk dounnd
early from shipper * and speculators and dur
ing that period prices ruled steady on prime
heavy. Porkers held elf , the big concerns
doing little or nothing until Into In tha day
or until every other class of bujur * were out
of the market , mid then they went In at
6Q11M lower than the opening , paving fJ.O.Vu9
i.10 , in u few ca un M 16 , while shippers gen
erally paid f4.1S54.80. Light | ? orts were
Btcndy on ordinary York sort , but slngo sort
vvns n good lOo higher , Packers were not
anxious buyers and the general market
closed rather weak.
NEW YOUR , Oct 9. | Spcclnl Tclfcgrnra to
Tns IJrn. ] STOCKS The turn in slocks late
yesterday from a hopeless decline early to a
buoyant market nt the close , With nn almost
complcto recovery of losses for the day , was
the theme ot much talk nt the up-town re
sorts last night. The violent action In 13ur-
hnutonMIS largely charged to Chlcaeo
operators , who raided that stock Just enough
to cause frco celling and stop orders nnd also
to get the price ut a prolltablo figure for
covering , Iho belief was general that
liquidation Is nbout ended for the
present. It Is evident Hurt , there
has been a general turning from the short to
the long side 1 ho buoyancy of last night
wns the force which caused higher prices at
the opening to day. London also quoted
higher flguics for American securities. In
the market Cotton Oil wns up % per cent at
43X. Cotton Oil. Loulsvlllo A Nnshvlllo nnd
Alclilsoti were especially uctivc , nnd there
\uis n fairly active business transacted in St.
Paul , Lnckawannn , Missouri Paclfl" , lidd
ing and Sugar , but the others were com
paratively neglected. Loulsvlllo became
a feature of the market immediately
by reason of its positive stroiieth ,
and nt fcO'f ' It was 1 per cent higher than Us
lust evening's price Cotton Oil followed
withnrlsoof K per cent , making a totil
gum of l' . 'Iho rest of the market , how
ever , nfter a few light mlvancos , displ.vyed a
drooping tendency , mid sugar developed pos
itive weakness , nnd rftcr tin advance of %
per cent dropped to 84 Manhattan , Erie ,
Manitoba , und Like Shore ouch m ido a fair
gain early nnd hold It on light business till
noon. There was a giudual Improvement In
the prices of stocks to the eloso. The m.irkot
was broul and strong and very Haltering
pains \\ero mido all throuch the list. Trans
continental gamed UfFoiaoy Central nnd
Louisville l > fj , Luke Krio preferred \\i \ ,
Lake Shore ? 4' , Chicago Gaa J and Cotton
Oil \ % per coat. In western railro id shares
the galas were : Atchlsoa and Northwest
ern each $ , Uook Island , mid Uiulington
each J < J and St. Paul } { per cent. Four of
tlio Saturday bank stitomont hold the bull
fooling la check , but the action to-day shows
a pretty general desertion of the bear side.
The following wore the closing quotations :
t ) . S 4s regular. 1.17 .Noituorn 1'n.clllo . .IJ't
U.S. 4s coupons 1J7 ( lo preferred. . . 74
t.8-4 ; sroKUlftr I0"iO. . A N.V lll'i
U.8.4'/itcoupons liiii'j ilopioforred 140-j
I'lxcWciHor'llj . .118 N.YXVutra ! . . . llfl'i '
Ontrnl 1'arlllo 14'i I'O.4.K SO't
nilciiBoA : Alton .if ! Kocklsland HKU )
ChlcnioIlurlltigtou U..M. teSt.1' 7115
A Jnlnrv 10'U doproforrnil . . .114
D..UA.W. . . . I4I . St.l'uuK\iUni\lm . .CI1 }
IllinoisCatitrnl . . .110 doprofurrad . . . IB
I. , 11.4.V tl'i Uulon I'aclllo . . . . ( ! ! '
Kansasic lexas . . 11' * W..St. L XI' HP
I.nkuSliora . . . . 1 tloproforrea Jl'
Michigan Central w4 Western Union. . . . SO
Mlnsouill'apltlc
Mov i'v Cnsicr nt C@7 per cent ; closing
olTerod at 5 per cent.
PUIMK MhitOANrii.c Pvi'GtiOIBS par cent.
SIKIILIVO EXCIUVOE Quiet and llrmcrj
sixtj-day bllh , * 4.32)if ; demand , S-l.bOX.
All n hit ;
Nr\v VOUK , Oiit 9 fSoocial Tolegrun
to Tnc Bi'.B.l The following uro the min
ing stock quotitions :
Caledonia 1 ! II 210 Con. 1'ttcino 110
( on Cal. X A a. llmekn ( ou . 4M )
IlomesMfee llornbtlver. . . . .1W
lion SilverMO ( Mutual . 14H
Ontario . . . .ilOJ lOrildeulal . . . IXt
1'lymoutn 32. " > lUnlou Con iJ
P KOI ) CCU MAUKKTS.
CnifAoo Oct. O l.l-i p. in. close-
Wheat Firmer ; October , 81 > fiJ , December ,
ij3tc ; May , bO c.
Corn Steady ; October. 30 > c ; November ,
309 0 ; May , 3Jo.
Oats Steady ; October , 18 c ; November ,
Jc ; Maj' , 21o
H\o October. 41J c.
Uarloy Oetobef , uic.
Prime riinothv $1.20.
Flax Seed Cash , Sl.Si ) ; October , $1.39.
XVlilsky fl.OS.
Pot It Steady ; cash , ? 10 10 ; October ,
$10.'J5 ; January , 19 3J }
Lard Steidy : cash , $030 ; October , 5015 ;
January , fS.OJK.
Floui Steady and unchanged ; winter
wheat , $ .JOO@I 10 ; spring wheat , $123 > i5
500 ; lie , ? JoO@J53.
Dry Salt Meats Shoulders , $4 25 ( < §
400 ; short clear , $537 J' ' < i ) > 50 ; short ub- * ,
cash , ? .r > 2o@5 80.
Huttor ( iuiet ; creamery , lG@33c , dairy ,
cThecso In fair detnind ; full cream died-
durs , 9'4@.ijfo ' : Hats , O JlOc ; Young
Americas. iO ( < S10Kc.
KKK * Firm , higher ; fresh , \ . ( < TS > \ ) c.
Hides Steady ; light and heavy irtd'ii
salted , So ; salted bull , IJ c ; green salted
calf , 5Xo ; dry Jllnt , tiy7c ( ; ; diy salted , Oc ;
drv calf , 5@be ; oeacoua each. 20c.
Tallow bteady solid packed , 3 } c ; cake ,
4Uo.
Hccolpts. Shipm'ts
Hour 21,000 21,000
Wheat 1W.OOO 133,000
Corn 370,000 404,000
Outs mooo ico.ooo
Now Yorlc. Oct. 9 Wheat-Receipts , 85.-
500 ; exports. 7,0"iO , spot higher and strong ;
No. 2 red , bO'-ioiu ' elevator ; 60l @S7c afloat ;
b ( J4xf < ib7 ) > 40 f. o. b , ungradeu red , 7b@s9Xo ;
options higher and Him , No. 2 led , Novem
ber closing nt b7 } c.
Corn Uecoipts , 181,000 bushels : exports ,
89.400 bushels ; spot fntily active but lower ;
No. 2 , aO k ? ! WVu ln flcvntor , 3940'.fc
afloat ; uncraded mixed , : ! 'J ( ( 40 c ; options
moro active and easier , November closing at
data Ueceipts , 90,000 bushels ; exports ,
none ; spot moderately active and easier ;
options firmer and quiet , with November at
2to ) ; spot No. 2 , white , 2sKL ( 29e ; mixed
western , 2idi27 } < [ c ; white do , 2i@J5c.
Coffee Options closed ste.uly at 20@25
points down Sales. 70,750 nags ; October ,
fir,05 ( < Mul5 ; November , JI4tW@lfi.10 : spot
Uio , easy and quiet ; fair cargoes , $10.50.
Sugar Kaw , nominal ; rolincd , steady.
Petroleum Quiet , United closed at 9S > fc
for November. ,
Pork Firm and quiet ; mess , f I2.60@12.,5.
Laid Spot easier : futuies iirm. Sales :
Western steam , $0 05@l ! 73 , closing ut $ i ) 70
bid.
bid.Uutter Dull and weak ; nigin.25lj ( ( JOe ;
western dairy , 9c ; cienmery , 12iJ15o. (
Cheese Firm , western , lOc.
.Minneapolis. Oct. 9. bnniplo wheat
steady to sliado llrmcr ; receipts. 423 cirs ;
shipments , 105 cais Closings No 1 haul ,
October , bOc ; May , S7c , on truck , bO'11(3 ' ( > 50J c ;
No , 1 northern. October , 77e ; May , til c ;
on track , 7SX(2" ( e ! o. 2 northern , October
bor , 73c ; May , 60 > 4u ; on track , TUfLtTDc.
liniiKii-i O.tj , Oct. 0. Wheat Steady ;
No , 2hard , cash , O.V0 < 215)fc ) ; October , b5'/o ;
No. U hard , cash 11111 ! October , 01J < e ; No. 2
soil , cash. iOc ; Octob-r. 70o Did.
Corn-Qulut ; No. , a cash , 2lcbld ; Octo-
bcr and November , 23o bid ; No. 2 white ,
cash , 21c bid , November , UJJio bid ,
Oats No. 2 ciidh , loji-jo.
Ciiiulmtiut , Oct. 0. Wheat 1
No. 2 red , bOc.
Corn In fail dcmind : No. 3 mixed , >
Oiiti Stoadj ; 21J < ( it'Jc. .
Whmk$1 Ji ,
MM'i-D'iol ' , Oct. 9. Wheat-Steady i
holders offer sparingly ; red western spring ,
7a ld7 2J Dorciintal ; itU ueatoiii winter ,
Us lUl ( . < iOi lid.
Corn K.isy ; demand noor ; now mixed
western , 4 K'illor cental.
MIIxMiulin , Oct , 9 , Wheat rinnj
cash , 741fu ; No. 1 northern , SUjC.
Corii-Ouiot ; No. , aiKi3 ( ! , > i ) .
Oats Kasicr ; No. 2 white , 2' *
l yo Stoidy ; No. 1 , W 'c.
Uarloy Stoaay ; No. 2 , Uetoher , SQifc.
Provlbloiis rinu ; pork , $10.25.
Ht , liiiuiH , Oct. 0. Wheat II In Her ; cash ,
7S ) c ; Uoconiber , 7s o : May , b5 } c.
c-orn Lower ; cash SbJic : Muy , iWo.
Oats Lower ; cash , Ibo ; .Muy , --a
J'ork bteatly at $11.60.
Lard-Firm ut WOO.
Whlskj steady ut $ l.l .
Oct. 9. 'Ino. Drovers' Journal
reports a * follows :
Uattlo Receiptg , 15,000 ; market lfl@l.r > o
higher for good rattle ; choice to uxtru
bcovc % M50r ! .00 ! Moors , S300(7i.SO ( ? ;
stockers and feeders , tl 81 ( < iJt.Kj } ) cows , bulls
and mixed , fl.OO@2.CO ; fj"oxas cnttlo , ? 1.33
Q3.75 ; western rangers , ? 1.7S3.05.
Hops Receipts , 20,000 ! market stondy ,
closine weak : mixed , * OOfriiO ; heavy ,
tv1l OftJ4 40) ) light , UiQ$4 ( 40 ; skips , fS.OO ®
4.40.
4.40.Sheep RecclptB , 14,000 ; market strong ;
natives , W.t > 0 < i5UO ; western , M.BO@1.15 ;
Texans , ? : ) .OiiC' 4.10 ! lambs , f-lSOCiOOO.
Knnsfts City , Oct. 0. Cattle Receipts ,
fi.SOO : shipments , 4,100 ; common to cholca
corn-fed steers , M. 00 © 1. 10 ; stoekcrs and
feeders , J1.WM3.IO ; cows , | l.,15@jn0.
Hos Kccolpts. 3.2UO ; shipments , 2,500 ;
market steady und lower ; light , $ J.D3iij4.0o ;
heavy and mixed , M.So S.Ol ) .
.Nulliinnl Snick Vnrd * , Hnst Rt.
IJIIUIK , Oct. 9. Cnttlo Receipts , 2,000 ;
shipments. 2,300 , ; market stonily ; fair to
choice heavy natives steers , $3.20 4 03 ; stock-
era unit feeders , t l.SO ( < ? 2 50.
Hogs Receipts. 3,000 : shipments , l.COO ;
market strong : heavy , J3 80 4.20 ; packing ,
? J.70@I.20 ; light , $ J VO ( < i4.'J3.
City , Oct. 0. Cnttlo Receipts ,
1,500 ; shipments , frO ; market steady ; cows ,
? l.dO@J 10 ; stackers nnd feeders , $1.03 ®
2 bO ; veal cilves , JJ.OO@,15.
Hogs Receipts , 2.00J ; market strong ;
light und mixed , f3.76 J 190 ; heavy , $ J 87
@I.OO.
O.MAIIA ijii'K arooic.
Cnltln
Wednesday , Oct. 9.
As to the prices pild for hoof cnttlo to-day
there was not much cnaugo from vostculuy.
' 1 he bust grades sold fairly well , but the
commoner kinds were very slow. Ihu re
ceipts of cattle were heavy a aln to-day , but
there were not so many good cattla hero and
moro westerns nnd fewer natives. Tlio na
tives sold at $3bO ( < $ l20 , with a bunch of
Toxiuis at * J 30 and some- choice westerns at
$300. Uutohers'stock moved slovvlv , butn
peed many head wore sold Prices are con-
sldeiabiy lower than last week , but no lower
th in they should bo in comparison with
other markets. The simply was light hero
last week nnd uncos wore gradually forced
up to a higher point th in thu market on cat
tle would justify , and now that the receipts
nrullbei.il there lilhanututul reaction. Na
tive cows sold at $ l.lM@i 05 nud westerns at
$ lUi@JOO. The feeder trade was a little
slow and the sales were not so hit go us on
many days of late.
Hoi : * .
Iho general hog market did not show
much rhingo. Iho range In prices was very
narrow , the same ns icsterduy , most every-
tiling soiling at fJ.90@J.05. 'Ihu sorted heavy
nnd light weights brought the same price
SI OX Good light sorts sold quite readily nt
f4 0" > , but good means moio tnan it din two
weeks ngo , nnd it takes better hogs to till
llioordcts For n while back the buyers
would take mos , anything that wns light ,
but the shluncrs to dav p lid ns much atten
tion to quality , or more , than to weight.
They want b irrows , and if they take sows
they must bo smooth , nnd as good as the
b 11 rows Thu best heavy hogs good enoimh
for Uio Boston tr.uie sold n shaao stronger ,
the prices n lid being SJ i)5 ) ( < 5 l.in. Iho $401
hogs as a rule had been sorted some , a few
of the toughest , md most undesirable balng
thrown out. While the prices paid were the
same \estordav , moro loads brouirht 51 OJ
or over , 'llio buyersvuro reporting the Boston
sorts as costing about 2o moro than .vester-
day. HeivyhOfjs which did not suit the
Uostou trade nnd hoavj mixed sold In yea-
let day's ' notch.
h'tei ' % | >
There was only ono load of sheep .hero ,
and it was not good enough for the pickers.
HOUCIIIC-J.
Cattle 2f.OO
llog-f O.'Ot )
Sheep 1U3
Tliofolliwlng is a tibloof pric3 * pild In
this m irki > t for the grades of stock man-
tioned :
Prime steers. 13 ) J to 10i011i3.1.0J (3 ( > l 4J
Good steers , 12M ) to 14V ) Ibs. . J1SO 0 4.10
Good stueiN , 10 > J to 1.10 J Ibs. . . 3 r > Ofl t 0 )
Westcut stours . 250 @ 300
Common uinners . 1.00 ( oil 50
Oidmary to fair cows . 1.5J ojH.70
ralr to good coxvs . 1.70 ( ffi3. ( ) ( >
Good to choice cows . 2 OJ ( > . } 40
Fair to good bulls . 1.51) ) jjriij 15
Light stociters and feeders. . . . 2.2'i r < 6J IK )
Good feeders. U > ( ) to 1100 Iba . . 2 40 dfii ! H )
Fair to ohoioe light hogs . 393 001 U'i
Fair to choieo heivv nogs . 39J 40" ;
1) ) nit to choic'o mixed ho s . 3'JO ' ( iij4 OJ
Common to rough hn s . 3.51) ) © .I.S5
STKEIIS.
1 . 740 2 00
Owner. No. Av. Pr.
1 stray . 1420 $1 25
1 stray . 13.it ) 1 75
1 stray. . . . , . 1240 1 85
4 strays . 12llJ 200
II. L. Harncs
75 stcoi s , Col-Tcx . . . 1021 3 30
1C. Lovolnntl
CS.A1 ! ! COO .1 OJttf 73 . . .S-31 4 00
G4..209 ICO 3 lr.4 01 . . .12.50 SO 4 00
73..249 1WO 8 P2 < CO ; iU71 ) 120 400
M..2CO 240 8 OJl < OK..ntO 40 402
C { . . .2i3 ! 240 3 OJttf 4flj , , WO 40 4 05
CO..253 SO 3 05 C < \ . i.SJO 80 405
GS..27J ICO 305 SO..SO ( 210 405
68..2(19 ( 120 3 05 2rf. . . . r 10 4 (15 (
C3..237 120 805 43..tUU8 405
OS.237 SO 305 81 . , i227 120 40.
71 . . .2J3 100 3 95 4.1115 80 4 05
09..270 120 3 05 SL..i99 ! 80 4 0.5
(55..2.M ( COJ 395 33.,203 40.5
01.270 ICO 395 44..JLW 405
59..290 80 3 P5 41.\.177 40.5
15.IKlTi 80 395 S5..aOO 4 05
05..SJ5 ! 130 a 95 , ,
SlUI'S , ,
14..101 3 75 , T
Ijiv * t uioliNotrB.
Inspector Clark Howard 'condemned two
Innjpjiius ,
L. V. Deiunan came up from Valparaiso
with cattle.
Mr. Knckrott , of nnckrett &S. , was In
from Solomon , la. , with hoi.'S.
D.V , and S. Molt , of Ilartington , were In
with a train of ten cars of cnttlo.
U. F. Hake , of Grand Island , was nt the
yards visiting his brother , ,1 , A. Unite.
Haitlngton was represented by M. Oloson
with four cars of cattle.
A. ,1. Mc.Mulion came in fiom HniildCity ,
Dale. , with four car loads of cattle
Mlifoni uns icprcsented by C. C. Smith ,
who had cuttle on the market.
The SWUM Lmd nndCittlo Co bad u tram
of fifteen cars of cattle In from ICelley.
Dr. K. .T. Hurt , of Cliurtor Oak , In , is vis
iting C. M. Miiuloy. This is his tlrst trip to
the yards , and was agiccably surprised at
their imparity.
Mathieson t K ijors , who * are sblpplnp
hero from Grand Island , brought In n car of
hoes.
hoes.Wiley
Wiley IJIack. the old reliable I'lattsmouth
shipper , brought In two ilrsclass loads ot
hogs.
A. U. Gable , u feeder at tluitington , came
in this n orning with two cars of cattle.
A. .1. Adams und Hichard Stubbs it Co.
were In ftoin Urudshaw with three cars of
stock.
O.MAIIA.
I'roiluui * , Pi-nits. itc.
Eoos Strictly fresh , ISc.
Ut'TTKK ' Crcamur.v , fancy. 22 ( 33e ; clioico
20@-Jlu O.ilry. fnncy. 17t < ? lSu ; choice , 15
@liic. Country , fancy , ltl@17u ; peed to
cnnlcc , Ilrfl5e ( ; fair , lOQllu ; inferior , 7
L.IVI : I'ini oss Pur doz. $1 50.
UIMK Pralrlo ctiickuns , $ JKKii)1.50 ( ) ; millard -
lard ducks , $ J BUtji ) I UJ ; ntixed ducks , SI GJ ( < 8
1.T5 ; teal. § 1 2i@l 50 ; jack snipe , f 1.0l@t ) 'J'- ,
ijunll , § 1 75ftJ2 DO ; jack rabbits , $100 )50 ) :
small rabhlls. $ l.00@l 20 ; squirrels , Sl.OO
1. 10 ; plovei , $1 00@1 3"ienison ; saddles , U
( ijl-lc ; carcasses. billc. ( ) )
HEANS Choice liand-ulckod nnv$1 \ 75' 5
2 CO ; choice hum ! picltcd medium , $1. < VX < $
l.bO ; choice hund-incked country , 51 7i@l.bU ; ;
cli.iii country , ? 1 OJfiBl. 73 ; inferior country ,
f 1 ( ) J@1 23
linn i , PI.I.T- ' , TAITOW , KTO. Green salted
hides , l > c ; dry salted hides , 2V e ; drv Hint
hides , 7c ; call hides. 4 $ ( $ > aj damaged hides ,
2c less ; sheep pelts , green , each , 250551. 00 ;
sheep pelts , dr.v , per Ib , 'KoHJc. Tallow , No.
1. l@iMi : ; No 2 , : i'4@l ' c. til case , white ,
iKy5' ' iuciiov ; , 2 > tjc (
v\ooi4 Kino , iiveilico , l.'fijlflc ; medium.
average , 2Kf(2Jc ; iju trtcr olond , nvorngc , 20
( < { ] lr ; coirso average , l"17c ; colts and
rou h , nvpiagc , H@lic ( ,
Lin rsi. Young Americas , full cream ,
12c ; f.ictcirv twins , lOc ; off grndi.s , 1 ( < tbc ;
Van KOSSIMI Cdom , fill f.O ncr dot ; s ip s itro ,
19c ; liiiek , ! l@10o ; limlurger , b@Jo ; uomes-
tiu bwiss , 13 1 1 Ic.
Li MOSl'ancy , $5 Q0 ( ( 50 ; tlioice , 55 50
@ 0 00
CuvMintim s Capo Cod , ? 3 00@10 00.
Omxor.Louisuna , per box , $1 00.
IJuriniiNK lubs , He ; rolls , 15j : bbls ,
? 9 00.
UircivIIIT FI.OUK Per hbl. , ? J .11) ) .
GitAi'is N. Y. Concord. , per basket , 3 j@
40c.
40c.AIMLI
AIM-LI s-Pcr bbl. , Sl,00@3 00.
"
CIIfOltMV PlL'MS 51 50.
PEAKS 10 Hi boxes , $1 7Jtg2.25.
H \\A\\S Aucoidlng to size , per hunch ,
Coco\NL'is-Per 100 , ? 5 00.
Al'l'I.R UUTTKIt Gti.
Ciiiut-lJbls , S550 ; hf hhls. WOO.
Mvri.i : Suovu 12J ( (915u por'lb.
Vi u , Choice , meaiiim size , HaHc ; choice
heavy .ijlc. (
llovi.10e per Ib for choice.
Pui SKitvts 'J QlOo per Ib.
Ji LI.II s . ) ( < * -Jo per Ib.
iln swNo 1 , ll19c. !
PIGS FHKT Pickled , kits , 75o ; pickled
piir tongues , kits , f2'r ; picltlcd tripe , kits ,
0" > c ; pickled II. C. tripe , kits b3c , spiced piijs
tiocks , kits , $1.15.
Ui'i p TONOIM s Salt , bbls , J20.00.
HAI M00@500
CHOP FBEO-310 00 ( 12 00.
? 10tiO.
Groceries.
PROVISIONS Hams , No. 1 , 10-lb average ,
% c : 2J to 2J Ibs , Ui ) o ; 12 to 14 Ibs , ll u ;
IS u. 3U o ; shoulders , 5 > fc : breakfast ba
con. No. 1 , bj c ; ham sausage , Oo ; dried
beef hams , 'Jo ' ; beef tongues , ? 000 per
ilozcn ; dr.v salt meats , IJftufi'jjO ' p'lr ' Ib ; hum
roulette , liji'o ; add Ic pei Ib lorsmall lots.
PICM.IS Medium , nor bbl. $1.50 ; small ,
8i.no : gherkins , $ ( (50 ( ; C. & 13. chow chow ,
qts. ? 5 5 ; pts * . ! 10.
CANDV < J @ 12 > o per W ) .
Cuocoi.Ari. ASH Coto21@17o per Ib ;
Genmin eluukory , red , ! } < : .
Givnun Jamaica. * { pints , ? 3 00 per doz.
Lei PI.B Gieen I'ancy , old golden Kio ,
22 o ; fniioy old peabcrry , 2Jc ; Kio choicu to
fancy. 2kHlo ; , prime , 21o ; Hio , peed ,
20c ; Aloclia , I0c ! ; .lava , fancy Mnndohhng ,
2Jc ; .lava , good intoiior , 21c ; African , 21c.
Coi'i- 1 1 : Koastod Ai buckle's Arosia ,
21'iJc McLaughlin's ' XX-vX y-JJi'c German
, ; - , ; ,
2.Jfi ! ; : ; Uilworth , ' . ' .ijgc ; Alaroma , iil o.
U-S1.75Q4 50.
Nurs Almonds , 15@17c ; Brazils , 7o ; fll-
berU , lie ; pecans , lOo ; walnuts , 12 > fo ; pea
nut cocks , tic ; roasted , lOc.
Witu'ri.NO Pivisit Straw , per Ib , IJi'Q
2K 5 rag , 2 % < smanilla \ , U , d&lio ; No ,
I , tic.
SUOAIIS Cut loaf , 9 e ; cut loaf , cubes ,
9o : stnndnril , poxMlcicd , D'lfc : XXXX ,
powdered , Il'fe ' ; giaiiulated , standaid , fa' c ;
confectionord' A , b' ' c ; white , oxti.i C , 7JJc ;
extra C , Nebraska , 7 c ; amber , 7 > e ; Call-
fern 1 i golden C , 7c ,
S\i)3\iR ) ( Uologna , lj < i@5e ' : Frankfort ,
7' c ; tongue , 8 c ; summer , Jo ) ; head cheese ,
.
PouiTin ChickctiH , per doz , live , choice
oW , ? J 75 © ) 00 ; springs , $1 50fu ) 1.75 ; dressed
porlt ) . lu ( ) ( > llc ; turkeys , live , fc@'Jc ' ; dressed ,
lldgU'c : ducks , live , per doz , * . ' 50@JOO ;
dressed nor Ib , ll@l'c ; geese , live , per doz ,
fl)00iSOO ) ( ; diesseu perlo. ll@12i : .
Lviinllprces Uofined , 5o ; pure leaf ,
G' c ; kettle rendoroi' , 7a Add ) > o to % a for
smaller nnnntiilcs
SALT-Dairy , 280 Ibs In bbl , bulk , S3 10 ;
best grade , 00 , 5s , $2 0 ; bast grade , 100 , its ,
? J-W ; best urado. 23 , 10s , fci.20 ; rocK salt ,
criialiod. $1 bO ; dairy Hilt , Asliton , 5U-lb bags ,
85o ; bulk. 2JI-lb bags. $ J25 ; common , In
bbls , SI 25. '
FAIIINAOEOOS Goons 13ai ley , n@nj c ; far-
iana. 4 | o ; peas , a'ic : oat meal , 2@r > u : inau-
aroma , lie ; vermicolla , llu ; ncu , 3 > i7c ( / ;
sago and tapioca , ( > @ 7c.
FISH Salt Dried codflshBj/@S o ; scaled
herring , 2-lu per box ; hoi herring , Hum. , Mu ) ;
Hamourg , spiced herring , jl 40 ; hoi. herring ,
Imp. , S.r > o ; mackerel , hupp family , $10.2ri per
10J iLa ; white llsh , No 1 , fr 00 ; family , * 3 75 ;
trout , 5.25 ; salmon , fS 50 ; anchovies , b5o.
DniKL ) FIIUITS CurrantH , now , Uo ; prunes ,
casks , 1 , : )0 ) Its , 4J ( < g o ; prunes , bbls or
bags , 4 i'C'4140 ; cltion'jieols ' , drums , U ) Its.
"Jo ; lemon peel , drums , -0 ll > s. 17e ; fard
dates , boxes , 12 ILs , Uo ; apricots , choiej evaporated -
orated , Ho ; apricots , Jully/ / cured , 2'ilb boxes ,
lo ( ! ; apricots , faticv , Moiint Hamilton , 25 Ib
boxes , Hie ; apricots , choice , bags , 80 Ibs ,
lilKo ; apples , evaporated , Alden , 50 Ib boxes ,
Oo ; upplus. Star , il@ili.fo ; apples , fancy AI-
Uen , Q Ib , 80 ; anplc's , lanuv Aldcn , 21b , 8J < ; o ;
blackOorrlos. evaporated , 50 Ib boxes , 5) $ < <
OJfo : cherries , pitted , dry cured , 15o ; peain ,
California fancy , ' s bixog , 25 Ib , I2 ] o ;
iieachcs , Gal fancy , yt % unpacked boxes , 25
Iba , 18o ; poiches , Cal No 1 , fanoy , J s unp
bags , bO Ibs , 15j ; pjactius. fanov , ovap unp ,
50 Ib boxes , Hf < cl5ii ; peaches , Salt hake , new ,
Oo ; nectarines , icd , 12c ; nectarines , silver ,
baus. 12j ; pitted plums. Cal , 25 Ib boxes , 10o ;
rafiibcrrlcs , ovap N Y , now , 27c ; prunes ,
Cal , H C , 00-100 bovos , 25 Ibs. 8opiunes. ; .
Cal , IIC. ( SO-70Uo ; orangopael. 15e ; raisins ,
California Londona , crop Ibs'J. * 325 ; raisins ,
Cul loose , muscatels , crop It > s8 , fJOOf < 5MOj
Valoncios , 18 8 , 7e.
CiX.SED Fisii-Hrook trout. 3 Ib. $340 ;
salmon trout , 2 Ib , | . ' .35 ; clams , 1 b , H.vi.'i ;
Ib , ? 3.10t clam chowder , Sib , $125 ;
deviled crnud , 1 Ib , fO.2'55 deviled crabs , 2
Ib , M.50' codtlsh bfllln , 2 Ib. tl.73 ; eavicr , H
Ib , J2.23 ; eels. 1 Ib , M40i lobsters , 1 Ib , Sl.lH ) ;
lobsters , 3 ID , UWlobto \ s , deviled , Jtf Ib ,
f2.25 ; mackerel , 1 Ib. tl.75 ; mnckcrol mus
tard sau co , 3 Ib , $3.10 ; mackerel , tomato
snuce. 31b , $325 ; ojsters , I Ib , 5c ; o.\sters ,
Sib. * l.r > 0 ; snlmon , C. U. , 1 Ib. tJ.OO : salmon ,
C. 1C , 2 ib , S2.80 ; salmon. MaskH , 1 Ib , $1.00 ;
snlmon , Alaska , 3 Ib , ? J05 ; shrimps , 1 Ib ,
CA'VNCH MHATS Corned beef , BroiiRhman.
21b , per do ? . ? J,10 ; corned beef , Armour's , 3
Ib , per doz , fci.OJ ; corned beef , LIbby'a , 3 Ib ,
$ J.103 ; Ib lunon tongue , S3 00 ; 1 Ib lunch
tongue , Si.75 : 2 ib ham , JJ 85 ; 2 Ib brawn or
headcheese , fl 1)5 ) ; 3 Ib pigs foot , $3 40 ; 3 Ib
roast chicken , SiSO ; 3 Ib roast turkey , $3.80 ;
potted ham , } ( Ib , $1.25 : 1 Ib chipped beef ,
"oiLS-Korosono P.V. . PVe ; W. W. 12c ;
headlight , 18c ; salad oil , ? . ! 15 'J OJ per
duzcn.
SAI son A IJ 2 , ' < e per Ib.
STVUCII 5ijro ( per Ib.
Srovr. POLISH $2.00@ " > 87 per gross.
bricis Whole , per Ib Allspice , Oc ; Cas
sia , China , Oo ; cloves , Pouting , 28c ; nut
megs , No. 1 , 75cl pepper , ls@iyc.
Dry ( oolH. [
PIIIVTS Pink and Kobcs Hlchmond , Cc ;
Alien , Oe ; Ulvorpoint , uKc ; Steel Hlvor ,
C ; < ; c ; Pnclllc , Jfc.
I'uiVTA Indli'o 13luo St. Loger , O c ;
Washington , H c ; American , 0 } < e , Arnold ,
O' c ; Arnold Century , Ocindsor S > old ,
'Jk't , I0 ; < fc ; Arnold H , 10 c ; Arnold A , 12c ,
Arnold Ciold Seal , lO fu ; Yellow Seal , lOJ c.
CoMIOIlTCIts 511 oOCiJo 00.
COHSI.T.IKANS IJoston , 7 0 ; Androscoc-
gin , 74o ; Ke.usago , 7fo ; Kockpoit , OJ4e ;
Concstoga , U' c.
CIHSII slovens' U , 5Jc } , Stevens' A , 7c ;
bleached , 8j ; Stevens' i , TJfi1 ; bleached ,
bp/c ; bto\cii3l N , 8Jc ; blenched , D'.o ;
btuvons' Slli' , ll' c.
Ui'MMSAmoskeag , 0 oz , ItV/c , Hvcrctt , 7
OT , Kle ; York 7 o ? , l.lc ; Haymaker , 8' ' < c ;
Juffrey , XX , ll > ae ; .lafftey , XXX ,
Heaver Cicek. AA , I 'Jo ; Me iver Creek , UU ,
He , Heaver Crook , CC , lOc.
biu.KTiso , Hi.i.vcmii Lllerton ,
Housekeeper , b' ' o ; Now Candidate ,
Heikulei camoiic. No. 00 , Oc ; You Bet , i-4 ,
01,0 ; butter cloth , OO , 4'iCabot ; , 7 > < c ;
Tin well , half bleached , 8) ) < Jo ; rniitof Loom ,
bj/o ; Grren G , Co ; Hope , 7 cKliiK : Phillip
cimbnc , lOc ; Lotisdiilo camliric , lOe , Lous-
dale , bjtfc , Now Yorlt mills , lOe ; Pcpperell ,
13 In , Hie ; Pcpperell , 40 hi , lie ; Poppcrell ,
t4 t , I4j < rc ; Pepperoll , 8-4 , 20c , Peppon-ll. 9-4 ,
2.V ; 1'epperell , 104 , 24c ; Canton , 4 I , b'/c ;
C/nnlon , 4-4 , 940 ; Irlumiih , Oc ; Wamsutta ,
lie , Vallov , 5c- .
I IC.KS Oakland , A , 7l c : Intel national ,
YY , bcbhctueket ; , S , S'jc1 ; Warren , No b70 ,
ICc ; Berwick , HA. bo : Acme , 1'JcYork. : .
I0 ! in , 12Xc' ; York , : u in , ! 8UVj ' ; Swift It Ivor ,
Se ; 'Ihurndilic , OO , 8 o ; 'riiorndlkc , JSP ,
b c : Thorndike , 120 , Oj o ; Thorudiko , XX ,
lee ; Coidis , No. 5 , 9' ' < ( e : Cordls , No 4 , KI'jC.
Di'CK-Wost Point. 28 in. b oz , OUo ; Wrst
Point , 80 in , 10 oz , 12'fc ; West Point , 29 In ,
12 o15J c ; West Point , 10 In , 11 07 , Itic.
Ti ANS'I is Plaid Haftsnieii. 20c , Clear
Lake , ; ! tife } ; Iron Mountain , "R t. :
Piiisis Solid Colois Atlantic , He ; Sinter ,
Or ; Berlin oil , ( ij r , Garner oil , ( > ( > 7e.
SnimiNO Cm IKS Caledonia X , 9) ) o ;
Caledonia XX , 10 > c ; HcOiioiny , Oc ; Otis. 'Jo ,
Granite , li 4c ; Crawford c-hccus , to ; Huw
Kl\or pi lids , 5'Qc. '
SHI i nsn , HuouAtlantir A , 4-4 , 7'4c ;
Atlantic II , 1 I , 7c ; Atlantir D , 44 , d'jc ;
Atlantic 1' , 4-1 , lie : Aurora LL , 4-1 , dovu ; -
lora O. 4-4 , - ) ff : Cro\vn XXX , 4-4 , C c ;
Hoosier LL , 4 4 , .ri"c ; Indian Head , 4-4 , 7c ;
Lawience LL , 4 4 , 5c ; Old Dominion , 4-4 ,
: > } $ < : , Peppercll K , 1-4 , Oj Pcpperell ; 13 ,
4u inch , 7'jc ; Pcpuei ell , 84 , 17 > < c , Pepperoll
1) ) I , 20c ; Pcppc-rull 10 l , 2Jc ; Utic-i C ,
4J/I1 ; Waehusetts , 4-4 , 7c , Auroia H , 4-4 , 7o ;
Aurora H , 4-1 , 0" " c.
FUNNKIS Wtnte G II. No. 2 , J221 < ? c ;
G H. No 1 , 1 { . 2fiK " , G. II. No 2 , ' , 2 c ;
G. H. No 1X , MiQiiechee No. 3 , ' , 32' c :
( Jueihcn 7o 2 , } ( , . )7Jic ) ; An.man , 31,2c ;
Windsor , 2JJ c.
PiNSI isKcd C , 24 inch , IfiVc ' ; H , 24
inch , 2l > Jc ; G G.2I inch , 20c ; H A'P , Jf.Soc ;
J UP.v'i , 27e ; G , K. 25c\
HATT- ! Standard , So ; Gem , Sc ; Beauty ,
12 > < c ; Hoone , llo ; U , cased , SH 30
UiAMtcrs Whltof 1.00SJ7 50 ; colored , ? ! 10
(28 ( 00.
r.T WAIIP Hlbb , white , lS ) o ; coloied ,
COTTOV FI.ANXFLS 10 per cent trade dls ;
Ei : . S > jc ; GG , ! ) cXX , lOJ c ; OO , ll c ;
unbleached , I L , 5Kc ; CC , djfc ; SS , 7'JV ' ;
NN , ISJ c ; AA , 14c ; DO. 15Hc ; TT. IrtV c ;
YY. Ibc ; HU , I'.lc ; 20 , bleached , 8 > < Jc , t > 0 ,
12 c ; bU , 13J c ; 50 , blown and bl.UeJo ; 70 ,
] % ; 90 , lOc.
KENTUCKY JEANS Hercules , 17c ; Leam
ington , 2JKo ; Glcnwood , 'JOc ; Melville , 2 ;
Hang-up , 27Kc ; Momuiial. 15c ; Standpoint ,
16c ; Durliatn" . 27 c.
Miac-ni BAM ous Table oil rloth. $350 ;
table oil cloth , marble. S2 fiO ; plain Wollaud ,
O o ; * lade Holland , 12 > 2'c.
PUIM8 Diess Chaiter Oak.5c ; Hamapo ,
4c ; Locti , 3 c ; Allen , tic ; Richmond , Oc ;
Windsor , d > c ; Eddjstonc. 04 ' ; I icilic ,
Twines mill HIIJIU.
' TwiNt Sisal , 13c ; hemp , We ;
mnnilli , 15c.
Ci OTIII si.iNi'.s Cotton , BO ft , $1 20 ; cotton
CO ft , * 1.10 ; Jute , 50 ft , JOc ; jute , XJ ft , 00.
COITON TWIVK Fine , 2c ( ) ; medium , lU > e ;
heavy hemp He ; light hemp , 17c.
SAiLT\\isn-H , sail , 20c ; Calcutta , 14c ;
Manilla rope , UJ c ; sisal rope , HVrfc ; now
pioduct , Oc ; jute , 'J c , cotton , Hie ; hide
rope , 17. _
Ijiiinbcr nu 1 ItnildiiiK Alutorial.
STOCK HoAiina A , 12 inch , H 1 s It and 10
feet , S4b 00 ; H 12 inch , s 1 s 12. 1 1 nnd 10 feet ,
$41 00 ; C 52 inch , s 1 s 12 , U and 10 feet ,
fMOO ; D 12 inch , His 12 , 11 and Hi feet ,
f-MOO ; No 1 com 12 in , s 1 s. 12 foot , J18.00 ;
No 2 com , U in , s 1 s. 14 and 10 feet , S17 50 ( <
18 M ) ; No. 1 com , 13 in , s 1 s , 10 , 18 and 20
foot , * U ) 51) ) ; No. 2 com , 12 In , s 1 s , 1 1 and 111
feet , $17 00.
POH.AK IjiiMiiEii Clear poplar box bds , JfJ
In , s 2 s , J.t'i 00 ; clear poplar , % panel ,
J.SOOO ; cloai poplar , in panel , $21 ( JO , clear
poplar , Ji in panel stock wide , s 2 s , fJjOO ,
chiar poplar con ugatcd ceiling , J , JJ9 00.
POSTS White cedar , ( > inch h lives , I2c ;
white cedar , 5 } inch halves and 8 inch quar
ters , He ; uliitu cedar , 1 inch round , lOc ;
Tennessee , rod cedar , split , lOc ; split oak ,
white , 8c ; sawed oak , I7u.
Smr LAI' No. I plain , 8 and Ibinch , f7 ! 50 :
No 2 plain , 8 nnd 10 inch , 515.50 , No. 1 , O
G , Sib 00.
TIMMJ.H ,
12 ft 11 ft 111 ft 18 ft 20 ft 22 ft 21 ft
2\4 . . .1500 1500 1500 1000 10 00 Ib 00 1000
2x0. . . .15 00 1500 1500 1(1 ( 00 1000 IS 00 10 00
2xb..15l ( ) ) 1500 1500 1(1 ( 00 1000 18001000
2x10 . . 15 00 15 00 15 00 111 00 Id 00 Ib 00 10 00
2X1J..1500 1500 1500 1000 10 DO 18001000
4x4(3x8.1000 ( 11)00 ) 1000 1700 1700 Ib 00 10 00
FiiNciMi No 1 , 1 and 0 Inch. 12 and 14 ft ,
tough $11,00 1050 ; Nol , I and ! ) inch , Hi ft ,
? 17.UO 1750 ; No 2. 1 and 0 Inch , 12 ana 10ft ,
? lt ! 5Ui14.00 ( : No 2 , 4 and (1 ( Inch , 10 ft , S15.00
@ 10 00
FISIMIINO 1st and 3d clear , l > f inch , s2 s ,
WO.I % - > 1 0 ; 1st mid 2d cleai , 1J und 2
inch , s J B , 7.K(350.00 ( ) ( ; ad clear , 1" . , ' Inch ,
2 s , M 1 Ol)44ll ) 00 ; H select , I'yt \ and 3 inch ,
s 2 s , M7 OO 'lb.OO ; 1st und 2d clear , 1 inch , s
3 s , $15 00 ; .Id clear , 1 inch , s 2 H , iM 00 ; A
select , 1 inch , H 2 s , $ JJ 00 ; U select , 1 inch , s
3 s , SJO.iO.
Siu\fiirs , Li-m Pcr M XX clrar , $3 15 ;
oxtr.iA * , fJIW ; standard A , $2(5) ( ) ; 5 inch
clear. 81 M@l ) 70 ; ( Much clear , $1 75 1 80 ;
No. 1 , $ l.lOi ( l 15 ; clear led cedar , mixed
widths , from Washington terrltoiy , 5 40 ;
California red wood , dimension widths , $1 50 ;
cypress , clear heait , dimension widths , J.25i ;
luth , 5J50
HOAICIH No. 1 f > om s 1 H 13 , 14 and 10 ft ,
S1U.OO ; No. 2 com sis 12. 14 nnd 10 ft , till 50 ,
No. 8 com s 1 s 12 , 11 and Hi ft , f 14 50 , No 4
com s 1 s 1J , 14 and HI ft ( ship's cull ) , fll 00.
Add SOo per M ft for rough.
lUrri.NS. WI.I.L 'luui.so , I'JCKCTB O G.
Halts , 2J inch , OIM ; O G. Halts , 2 > ( g.l , SB ,
8"ic ; H-in well tubing. D ft M. unit bev.
$ , } 2 10 ; pickets , I ) . A : H. , Hat , f2J.OO ; pickets ,
U. fi. H. , square , < 1U.OO.
FI.OOHISO Ut com 0 inch white pine ,
f.1IOO2d ; com 0 Inch white plno , $ .11.00 ; M
com 0-inch whltu pine , fiOOO. II com uch
white pine , fJO 00 ; com 4 and 0-inch .vcllow
Vine $15 OJ , t > lur 4-lnuh yellow pine , $17,00 ;
1st and 21 clear yellow pine , 4 und ( iiueli ,
$1000.
CciLix'o ANU PAnriTiox 1st Coin , Jf in
white plno partition , F.U 00 ; 3d Com , % in
white plno partition , * J7 00 ; clear % In. iul-
low plno celling , JW.OO. clear X In , Noi way ,
III 50 ; 2J Com , Jb' in Norway , ? 12 50.
KlMli Heat , 85o.
OKMLKT ft 8" .
I'l.Asruu $ Jli5.
WUSTCUN PACKING INTKltKSTS.
The Marketing of Units AVoll Main-
tnlncd.
CIVCIV.VATI , O. , Oct. 0. [ Special Tolo-
pram to Tito HKB. ] To-morrow's Prlco Cur
rent will sayt 'Iho marketing of liogs has
been well maintained In numbers the past
week , but not essentially Increased In com-
parlson with the preceding week , while the
gain over the corresponding period last year
In the packing returns ( or the west is but
10,000. The total packing for the week is
180,000 , , aenlnst 170,000 last year , and the
season's ncgrcgato Is 5l ) ( > 5,000 ngnlnst 4,750-
000 n year ago. Eastern shipments of liogs
continue liberal , and considerably In excess
of u year ago.
Kor l
Use Horn ford's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. I. ! { , Sanford , Shonield , Mass. , says
"Most excellent In derangements or the nerv
oils svstcm , such as headache and sleepless
ness. "
TH ; < VUrY MARKET.
nN t'3 pU : < ) J oa
vcstorduv.
lin Van Camp nnd \ > lfo to Ij llrldgs , lots
1 anil - , blk it , \ an Cinnp's ailii , d . ,1 700
0 \ \ l.liniiK' r to A .1 mid V it Astimonil ,
n 'i ' lots Riidt' , lilooK.1 , U 1. .Mftjuo's
1st add to VulliijVd. . . . * * U
libi-liioc-'ior , tuisto' , to P Kudruti , lot 10 ,
blkl4 , llrowii I'nrk. wd . 2. > Q
A U Paul-it n ot nl , ox. to .1 I ( tirlstcn on ,
lot in , blk \\llluuii I llngeuorn's add ,
\ \ d . . . . 330
K II \ \ alkor and vlfo to A II blms lot f ,
bile III. i : V bialtli diidd , vr d . 7,000
A II llonianand iinsbindtnl'invoidcn ,
lots yJ ! ! ) and SJ , Ulk U' , .MjMlo 1'ark ,
w d . . . 1.000
Itobt Cluntlmm tn 11 I.lnlcy , 44\14ftlu
n w n e IMii-l.l , q o il . 1
Tntrlek l.ixnd lo to J 8 Mntthows lots ! ij
ami 21 , blL lid. Uniuko 1'lixco. \ \ il 2,760
A II I'anlCDUor and ANlli < to II b Wallace ,
lots Itoil , blk 115 , immleo IMiico , wd . . ll'.OOO
Jos llarku"nnd ulfo to M A Uagdnlu , loc
4. KnrLoV sub. n d . 10,000
1 11 llntkorniid husband to M A Dngdale ,
lots n anil 11. blk -lilnn'sadd , vt d 15.000
JI A Dngdalo to Jnmi's ana 0. K. llaiker ,
lot 1 , blk 12 , Omaha , \ \ rt . 10,000
M A lluudaio to.lnmus and (1 K llaiKor ,
lot 2. lilk I ) , Oliialu , w d . . 14,000
MA Dnsdalu to .lames nnd U U Darker ,
lot I , blk i : , Omnliii , w d , . 14.00J
JI llaulgan to Mis I O ( Jrailv. u H7 ftet.
lots 1 mill S , blk 4. Koum/u Uli tulil , w a 1
Xl-boaxertoO Xlllcks. lot II. blk II ,
\\o-.tht\M ) . q c d . . 1
0 N Micks and ulfn toll. ) ' . Seavor , lot 17
and n > ; lut" " > . lilk \\nstla\\nu c d . . . 1
1'ntrlck Lnud Co to 11 A Kurr , lots 1 unit J ,
blK J1U. DuniU'O I'laco , w rt . 1,751
James Adams tn i : l , Itulicitsun , lot 1 ,
blk. 11 , West OniAli.i ndd , w d . . 18,000
VT T Peters nudlfoto , ! C roit l > u. lot
1. , blK I. Portland I'liue.s d . . 2,500
\Vlllinm fobnrii. slicrlll , to .1 \ \ llcdford.
lotl ) . llisusw X'O-13-H , deed . 1,140
Twentj-onotransleis. aggrogatlng ? UO,008
The folio vmii3r niti 'vi-j isnsl by
Utiilding Inspector Whltlnck vesterdxy :
Mctionolitanlce Co , barn , I'lu\enth and
NKbolns . .t 1,000
U. K. * < lbflrt , duelling. lUluj-llrst and
iliiplo . 1.001
rixomluoi penults . 1.140
SeMii poimlts . . . . . . . W/.IO
SRROEDER < S DEAN
,
GBAIN
,
Basement First National Dank ,
305 South HJIli Street , - Oinalin ;
BLAKE , BQISSEVAIN & CO , ,
liouilou , Cii aiul.
ADOLPH B01SSEVAIN & GO , ,
Trnmft't n ponoinl tjnikliiQ hii'liio " . ' ccurltU'a
bouiilitnml sold nn coiniiils-loii I unli | ) H.liKiU'r. < .
Coiniucrcl il und irm c cr s lolfrs of crnilt.
Orders for boncli und sto lc < oxiriitnl on commis
sions In London and un ui ! Coiitlnonui llonibes o
KilroiiL- .
Neiotilntlon of llnllwar , "talc , f\tf npil Corpor-
ntlon I oiin" n Miocliiliy
COMMERCIAL
Capital , - $ 'tOOOOO (
Surplus , - 4O.OOO
Ollicors and Directors II M. Monoman , O
M. Hitchcock , .loi. ( inrncau. .Ir , A. lltnrv. K
JI. Anderson , \\ni l..Manl. v nrm ; I , II. Will
lams , A I1. Hopkinspie3. ; A Jllllard. ca-nki ;
1' . II. ilr ant , iiHSlstant caslilei.
Boots and Shooa.
KinKEKDALL , JOMJS & CO. ,
Successor , to Heed , Joni , t Co.
Wholesale Manafacturcrs of Biots & Shoes
Ageuln lor Iloston llubbpr Slina To . 1102 1101 nod 1101
lluruey htrvet , otuftlm , Ketirvakn.
Drowors.
S'lOUX & 1I.EII ,
Lager Beer Brewers.
1IB1 NorlU Klitlitontli tlr.ut.Omfilm , Kpb.
_ Cprnico. _
KAOLE COHNK'E won its ,
kanufrctnrers oFGalyaiiizeil Iron Cornice
\ > liidow cttpH nnil mi tallobkyllfiliti. John ll > Diitt9r ,
propriutor , Ji * anil ll'J ' buulli luth direct
_ Steam Fittlngs , Pumps , Eto. _
BTHANa & CLAtlK Sl'KAM HEA'flAO CO. ,
Pnmiis , Pipes and Engines ,
Btim , wiitir. railway nn < l minim ; iiipiiltei , etc.
Via , Vii nU VU rernani uett , Oumha.
"
U. S. WIND EAO/.V-B , v PUJIl' CO. ,
Steam and Y/ater / Snuiilics ,
llallldar wlml mllli , 919 nnd trfl Joni-i it , , Oraahk
u h. Huts , Acting Mnnrthor.
f : CO. ,
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery ,
BbcuMron nori , iteurn puupi , uw nilllt.
rent , Uiimlm.
Iron Works.
PAX'ION & VIEHUXa lltON WOliKS ,
Wrought and Gait Iron Biiiiding Wort ,
Knplnfi uia work , genrral foundry innchltiouuJ
bUtkiuiliu wurk Uttnenml vrorki , U. 1 * . II J ,
and I7tb urcul , Omaliu.
OMA HA WJHE < i Jl < 6x WOHlfS ,
Maiuifactiirers of Wire and Iron Railinis
Ucik ralli. window euanli flower iiundi. nl
etc. 12J Nurtu lull ttrocl. Oiuul
SAVE A. IRON WOIiKS ,
Manf'rs ' of Fire and Burglar I roof Safes ,
Vaultf , lull work. Iron butter , unit rlr cirapei.
U , Audreou , uruu r t nrncr lull mud Jmktou ! ,
Sash , Door jj o. _
' "
M. A. UlSJtKOW & 'c"o. ,
\Vliole rngsufacturer , oJ
Sash , Doois , Blinds ani Monldings ,
Uroucli oaico , IS Hi mil ImrJ tticul , . Ouioh , M''J
OMAHA.
UJflOX MOUK YAHDb CO ,
Of South Oinalia , Lirailci
OlHAJflBEEIS'DIEECTOB ' ]
' - it1 1- > > ' * < rr > - - ' - rjo3QQfi
Agricultural ImplomontB.
L7S7A o ETr.v.UTJ'ItVtlF'COTf *
Agrlcnlt'l ' Implements , Wagons , Carriage !
tliifftlti , otrwholoimtc Onuhn , Ncbraik * .
Furniture.
Wholesale Dealers in Fnrnliiirc ,
Furnnm IrooUOmnlm , NctrniVn
OllAltLBS Smi'JJHWK ,
Fnrnite ,
OmitliA , Nobrnakft.
Crocorlos.
_ _
" '
IJHAUr A ci %
Weralo Grocers ,
Ulhamllfl < iv nm > rtli ilrcctn. Oiinlm , N brnk .
Hnrtlwnro.
ir. j.
Hcsyy Hirdwc , IFOR mifl Sled ,
Sptlnus , nnson itnck , liiml nro. tumlicr. oto. 1301
nit 1111 HMiioi Mtc l , Umiths.
& STODDAllD CO. ,
lnnulncluror * nnil Job ! on In
tens , Buggies Rakci , Plows , Etc ,
Cor fill niul 1'ACtllo Mroti. OrnMm
Artlata * Nlntorlnls.
jlT PE , Jr. ,
Mists' ' Materials , Pianos anil Organs ,
lilt DouKln * street , Omnlm , Nit > rrki \ .
JJoots nnd Shoos.
Hf. V. MOlfeU A CO. ,
Jokers of Boots and Slices ,
1101,110-1 , llWDouk-lan strict , Omilin MnnufHclorr , '
biimiuir btriol , litMtmi.
Conl , Coke , Etc.
JAMES ir , TUATonun COAL co , t
Miners and Shippers of Coal ani Cofr
Hoi in si i SHU mil i niiu i ui i > , ( .miVit.
"
OMAHA COAL , COKE .t LHW OJ
Mcdsoi iirtuni Sj
ATI South 13tli rtivot , Oitmln Nc
A'i'BIM&AM FUEL CO ,
of Coal and Cok
311 South 1 Ith H , Oninlin , Nub.
LUMBER , ETC ,
JOHN A.
Wholesale Liimlier , Etc ,
Imported nnd Ainc-rionn InrliarU "i > ment. fit U
uncut for Mllntuki o hjilr.Tii lonmaill and
ijiilmy wliltu iiiuu
( 'HAS it. LEE ,
Dealer in HaiflMfl Linnlicr ,
Wood car pit a 1111 1 imrqm t ilourliii. % Uli ml Douxlai
utiHila , Uiunlni Nib.
OMAHA co
All Kin is of Building Material at Y/liolesale /
l-jth strict nnd Union I'a Hlclriuk Onmlui.
Laler inLnmliBr , Latli , Lime , Sasli ,
Uoui > , Kto. } HftU ( orner "tti nnd I
Corner lUth and DouirliH
Mr.
InmliB1 , Lifflpi Cement , Etc , , Etc ,
Core or Utli and DouKlns sl , Oniulia
C. X DIR-1Z ,
Dealer in All Rinds
13tli nnd Clllfonili EircctB.Oiunhn , Ncbrnska.
Mllllnory nnd Notions
/ . oisnm'ULDiui & do. ,
Imporlers & JoMers in Millinery & Notions
.111 , 2111 and 21 ! boulli lltli nlr.u t
Notions.
J. T. JJOD/A'iOiV i\'OUOAr CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and FuiMisliing Goods ,
1124 Knrnny S'rcot , Omnlia
CommlBsion
Stor EC and Commission Merchants ,
SiKclaltlcs IliitUr , t-ena , cliccsa poultry , iia
1112 llnirurd Btrtot.Uiiiulns Null.
Dry Goods and Notions.
M. E. SMITH .1 CO. .
and Notions
1103 Mid 1101 Douilnn , cor llttiitrcot , Omiihnr > eb.
KlLVA'lliirK-KOCH DIIY GOO/J.V CO. ,
Importers & JoliteinDry Goods , Notions
Gt tfl furulblilnn t' ( iil ( 'Drill r Illli nnd UurnoJ
tirit.taOiualm.Nabri9kii. _
HIMJUIAUOII A TAYLOR
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Siiou
llccbnnlci' tool anil IhilTiilo sculei. UouglM
itrtct , Oinalia , tieU.
Toys , Eto.
H. HAIUY A CO. ,
Jdlibeta of
Toys , Dolls , Alliiiins , Fancy Goods ,
Dome ( urnUblnil k-ooils , clillilrun ( nirloito , 1201
t-urnuiu itrtct , Omaliu , Nub.
JJIlB ;
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
Axle urcaso , etc. Oumha. A. IT.
Pnpor.
PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper D3 lers.
Carry a nice nlook of urlntlnir , wrnpplni : mill writing
o curd paper
run-
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
OP1HK
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y ' ,
TLu licbt Koutu from Omnlm nud Council
Itlnir , leTHE
THE EAST ;
TWO TUAINH DAILY IIKI'WKKN OMAHA
ANO tOUM'Ii , 1IJ.UIT8
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , .Wliiii'iiiolly ( | , Ceilir Itaplds ,
Ilork Island , I'leriinrl , Huckrunl ,
Clinton , Diihmiiic , Diucnport ,
Jiuimllle ,
llcldlt , Winonn , LtiCio > s ( > ,
And all other Important nolnt * I'ant , Nortbeait anil
buuttiiihul.
For through llckiti call on Ilia lltkol aiiint ftt 1MJ
Farimmbtrtet , la Unrkur Illuok , or at Uiilu I'uclflo
tullfiinn "loepen anil the llneit fHnlnir Cart In Ihi
wurlil urn riiiinn tlix inr.ln line it tlio Clilcuxn , Mil.
wauLceXtit I'uul llallwujr , uiiil ( WITJT alteDtlOn II
imlil lo immniarii liy courtcuui eiujlorvs ot tin
company
It. Mil Mill flunrrAl Mnnnecr
j. K TIIUKKU. Ai > lft4iitl. nir.il Mnnaiter.
A. V II OAllI'KMbll , Uuiural I'unura'cr and
Vlrkft Avcnt
OI'O K HMAH-OUI.A olilii tiCDernl 1'meoger
ml ticket A Kent
T. J. OLAHK. ( jtccril iinatrluttnilcot.
.Not Iff.
'Jim I'ubllr are heioby notllled that Uio Him
of ritnben \\iilMutrly iioinK biuluosH u (
MilM. IllliSt , Oniahii , .Nrbriisk.1. IH this iliiy dlu-
solved by mutuul conwnt , llc-nry Wulf rttlilnir
rrouittiikl buslnvid uno Kri'iiKN ,
" " " ' " ' *
Omaha. Neb. , Oct ! ! . It-W J
'JI y bnslnvnblll bo lontlnuoi ] byOttoHtubcn
at the biuiiu place , u ho NIK rocdi > t < * ull thu right *
of thu old Him , nil loliiH ( hiu tlm old Mrni ara
piMiblulo HID and all lluljllltltu nC i-ald IIrm
wilt ho scttlud by mi1. urro irriiiii N.
Omaha , Nob. , Oct.- , f" "
A 10 Ccnl Clunr in ' 'uilllj