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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , NOVEMBER 23 , 1890-SIXTEEN PAGES. . 13
CONDITION OF TRADE ,
Ecporta Indicate Healthy Movement and
Fair Activity in Most Linos.
WEATHER THE ONLY SERIOUS DRAWBACK ,
t _ _ _ _ _
It IlaH , However , IJccn Favorable for
tiiinibcr Trnilo in ( JrnccrlcH ,
Dry Oooils , Hnrdwnro
mid Produce.
' Another week lias passed which the pessi
mists were fearing would ho strewYi with
many wrecks in the financial circles of Wall
street and London. There have been a few
failures among firms known to bo weak and
trbank ortwo has been reported hard pressed ,
but , us a whole , tlio financial situation In the
great speculative centers is much Improved ,
It will require tlmo for the money market nt
the east to bo fully restored to n healthy con
dition , Inasmuch ns the trouble was deep
seated , but that tho. disease has now turned
and the crisis la over , eastern financiers
ngrco In declaring. Ono of the
features of the week lias been the close at-
attention paid to every move made by Daring
Brothers & Co. of London , and It
is generally admitted in Wall street that
this firm was the "skeleton in the
closest" during the recent financial troubles
and , to n very considerable degree , the cause
of all the disturbance. It naturally follows
that tha lull extent of tbo trouble being
known and ono of the prlmo causes removed ,
the denizens of Wall street can look with
greater confidence on the general financial
situation.
Although the storm which has swept over
* * "Wall street , severe ns It was , was only local ,
its effects nro likely to bo more extended.
Ono. influence that will bo apt to affect
speculation very materially for some time to
como will bo tlio bankers' caution. The fln-
unci.il straits into which some of tlio eastern
banks have been' drawn have arisen almost
entirely from a too great generosity to bor
rowers. Naturally enough this tuis tended
to caution money lenders against too great
liberality in the placing of loans. Money Is
very likely to contlnuo , dear at the great
speculative centers at le.ist , through the
balance of the year , even though the supply
may increase , If for no other reason than
because lenders will bo far more conserva
tive.
It Is a significant fact that during all the
trouble In Now York financial circles money
continued easy in the west and , so far as
could bo seen on the surface at least , western
hanks and western business were not per
ceptibly affected. Tlio building up of largo
cities in the west has , to a great extent , re
duced the dependence formerly placed upon
New York. Thus from most points In the
west , and especially from Oinahn
come reports of a fair business
activity , no boom , but a good
healthy movement In the various lines of
commorcoj The only serious drawback has
been the weather , which has been so mild ns
to greatly retard the movcvcnt of all wintei
supplies. A good cold snap Is what most
every business man Is sighing for , to put new
life into tracto and set the winter stocks of
goods moving.
It In nn old and true saying that what
works harm in ono direction works good in
another , and thus the warm weather , while
it has been n detriment in some directions
has really been favorable to the lumber trade ,
There Is considerable building for this sea
son of the year going on in Omaha and the
surrounding country , and the lumber dealers
report n very fair trade for November ,
Prices on building lumber remain practically
xiiu'hnnged. .
The grocery trade has also beer
good ( luring the past week , ir
fact , dealers in that line of business have expressed
pressed themselves , as being quite well satis
lied with tlio conditions ever slnco the receni
election. At eastern points of supply dca6rs !
nro rather inclined to complnin somowhnt o
tho'situatloh. The buyers , it Is claimed , an
adhering to the method of opening no nego
tlatlon until compelled to , and taking onl.\
sufficient stock to satisfy immediate am
clear-cut wants , und the majority of then
seoin to have rather light wants just now
Assortments nro probably qulto as good a1
usual for the bcason , some of them above tin
ovci'ago if anything , and cost In few case ;
is looked upon us out of the wa ;
*
even by eustofnors , out the attraction
nro not sufllcient to Induce In
vestment on the probabilities of the future
Among the trade rather inovi * frequent re
fcrencoto the financial situation , Is noticci
and while commercial affairs seem to bi
sound and healthy thus far , operators nr
impressed with the probabilities that.papo
and nil securities tendered for natural ac
commodation will , for a long time , bo hubjcc
to the most rigid und oven strained scrutiny
and some claim to feel the Influence already
"No ono can sell dry goods at this bcasoi
of the year , while the weather is so warm,1
was the expressive way in which a Jobbe
'summed up the dry goods situation
While the trade Is slow dealers fee
confident that the orders which iir
being hold back by the unseasonnbl
weather will como in later and that tlioy wil
then make up with a rush for lost time , j
Now \orlc review of the state of trade say :
that as a whole tbo market for dry goods wa
dull and featureless the past week. Ttio 11
nancial crisis In Wall street was a dotrimen
to business , and the week's transactions wei
restricted in volume , but a lull Inttio domun
nt this stngo of the season Is always oxpor
cncod , and therefore causes no uneaslnes
whatever. The actual condition of tli
dry goods trade at the present tlmo Is o ;
ccptlonally good. Stocks of merchandise i
tbo bauds of commission merchants and i
the mllU > continue in remarkably good shapi
and this augurs well for the maintenance !
values for some time to come. The businos
of the year now Hearing its close has bee
very satisfactory to the majority of nmm
facturcrs and merchants , uud collections in
reported easier by commission houses an
jobbers ultko tunnut the co : responding peric
for years past.
The metal market has been steady all tl
week with no changes worth mentioning , mi
the trade is reported fair by local Jobbers.
Country produce has shown sdme changi
ii those tnafuro decidedly unfavorable 1
the selllni : interest , but the trouble In th
case also is charceablo to the weather. Pou
try came In too frcelv , and dealers being ui
nolo 10 hold It until the glut was over wei
forced to sell at extremely low prices. J
seine cases they were unable , oven at the lo
prices , to unload and considerable stock w :
lost. At the close of tno week the hltuntlo
w as moro favorable , the receipts beh
lighter und the market higher. With tt
Coining of Thanksgiving there will bo tl
usual largo demand and prices ought to I
and doubtless will bo stronger. Tbo mark
on eggs has been very firm all the week wll
the receipts light and the demand good. Iu
tor has been too plenty to admit of n vci
btrong market und values accordingly 1m'
had a rather downward tendency. Gan
lias sold at talrly good prices , although tl
weather has boon too warm to admit of i
being held any great length of tlmo.
031.4.11.1 .n.
Hatnrdny , Nov. 2i ,
OATTI.K Estimated roculpt * of oattlo. MI
n * computed with l.-'sT yu&totduy andTJU Sn
unlay of lust week. Thu market wusactl
niul Htrongoron tbo best grades of bcovrs ni
Moudv on Ibbi deal ruble ones. Host hutch
stoulc nlow ami btuady , and ilull and lower i
others. Kceders did not tmprovo. iiltliou ;
there went ) bomo Inquiries. Tlio rucoli |
\vcro I holiest for several months.
Iloos KsilnmtiHl rocelptx of bogs. 6,450.
compared with O.UI7 yostunlay and 8&W Sn
tirday of lust week. The market was aotl
and steady to So higher nn tbo best , and Hti'ac
test long on etbersi , The quality of tlio r
celpta WIIN very good , tbo best durlnu sovur
months. The ruiiKO of prices was H/iva.1 ! . !
the bulK selling at M-bOSlTO. Pigs. * . ' .Uaa.5 )
light. J.v uu ; hiMivy , CUMUttj mixed. 1,1 .
CW.dl. The av iraiu of tlio prices paid w
H. < w , as eoniimreil with &I.S2 yesterday ui
JAW Saturday of last weulc.
HIIKIH * There worn no fresh receipts
Rbcon and the mnruut remains nominal
steady. Natives , titl35JJ.- > ; westerns , fc-.CH
4 .00
Disposition or Stock : ,
Ehowlnn the number of head of stock pu
rhancd on thU market , as roporto.l by tl
VFulKluimntor ot the Stockyards company f
November ' !
CATTLE.
fiVTlft&CO . . . 1j ,
( Jeorno 11. Hammond uucUltip company. . '
-Armuur-Omliihy packing company , , (
Bhlppers and feeders . Si
lions.
The Arinoiir-Ouduhy packing company . 2.782
Onmlia packing company . . . . , U.r > OJ
Hwlfl&Co . ' "
Uenree If , Hammond-packing company. , tM
.1. P , Hijillros Ac l' < . . . . . 427
Shippers and feeders , , . . . . . . Wi
The Week's Work.
SHowlna the , iiunilwr of head of stock
puiclmsed on this market ns reported by the
wolttluimstcrH of tbo Stockyards ciiiiiiiiiy for
tbv week cndtng Halnrday , November Zi :
CATTI.I : .
Swift & Co . , . . . . . . 2.IW
TliMI. II. llatMtnimd Co . l.-r > lr >
Ariuoiic-Uiidnliy Packing Co . . . . . . J > $ . * n
Utnalia Packing Co . . "
Slilpporshiid feeders. . . . . . ' . . . , , , . -,1C'J
IKKIf" .
Armoiir-Cuilahy packing coiniany ) , . < . . . ITK" > ,1
Oinnlin pHCklng conipanyj. , , , . . '
Swlfi.Vi'0. . . . . . . . . . .
Thod. II. lliinniioiilpacklnicoiiipaiiy. (
Shippers and feeders . , . . > llGu
fiwlfl&Co 700
Tlioll , II. Iliiriuiiondjiuekliigcoiniiiiiiy. IHO
Hlilypers ami fei'ders. . ' , . . . . 2-TU
Prevailing I'rlucs.
The following Is a t.'ihlo of prices paid on
this market for the grade ot Block mentioned !
Fancy steers , i.VO to Kfl ) Ihs , . . . . .JI.83 ( J.I.IK )
i'rlnio steers , ISiO to 1473 ltS 3.K ! ) 4.H !
Hood Htocrs , 1150 to 131J 11)8. . . . . . . . 3.70 { 41.00
llnlchers'steerslow tol3J01bs. . . . 3..V )
Kiitr steers , 10JO toll.Y ) Ibs. . , , . . . . H.i5 :
Common,8JO to 1200 Ibs 2.75 ( & 'l.40
Kalrto .rood cows , 1.00 f 02 00
Oood tocholcocows 2.00
Choice to fancy cows 2.40
Hulfors 2.01
Yearlings . . . . , 2.00
Kppilers 2.20
StocUers 1.40 CW.4U
rianners 1.70 05.00
Hulls 1.25 aw.oo
Uxuu ' 2.25 fw.no
.Stags 1.50
( 'lilies , 1.50
Western t'ornfod steers 2.50 ftS4.r > o
Western steers 1.50 K3.00
Western cows l.CO © 2.10
Average Cost , of Hogs.
The following table gives the average cost of
hogs on the dates mentioned ;
OctnbiM-20 a 82'i ' November fi rl 70'i '
Octobur2l : t tMU November" 3 ffili
Oclobcr'JJ. , a VIX Novcniborfl 3 77) ) %
October 211 01 November 10. . 3 7'i
October24 a Rl Novuinliorll . , 3 HI ! ,
Ootobor2.'i U 8 ! ) November 12. . , 3 7S
Oclolor27..5. ) . . a 87J ! Novumbur la. , : i u7
October ttt 4 BJ November U. . , 3 CO
Oetober2t. ! . . . . . it 7.'iK November 15. . , 3 58
OctOliorM 3 70 November 17. . , 3 58
Octoburai , ; i Ni\eniber J8. . i 57
NovRnilier J. , : ii' . November I'.l. . 3 44
No\cnilit'ra , . .1 75 November 20. . 34s
rs'nvuinbcr I. . 3 81 3 52
NorctnberC. . . . ! i ) 86 Noveiulgr22. . . 3 OT
Average Hrloe
Sliowlns tbo nveraxo prleo paid for loads ot
bogs on the days Indicated In 1887,1S88,1 M ) and
1MW :
Dny. | Nor. 10. I NOT. VJ. I Nov. ' ( a. I X r. 'H7
Cotnparativo TalIo.
The. following table shows the range In
prices on hogs !
Monday , October23 3.40 ( rJJ.17'4 '
Tuesday , October 21 Il.r > 0 64.2215
Wednesday. October ? : 3.50 ( R > f.2. >
Thursday , October St. 3.5J ftl.25
Krldny , October 24 3.50 1. 10
Saturday. Outober2'i 3.X )
Monday , October 27 3.53
Tuesday , October 2S , 3.40 4&4.15
Wednesday , October 20 3.UO 404.tr )
Thiirxlay , October 30 3.to : eti.oi
KiUlay , October , UI 3.25 564. OS
Kat m day , November 1 3.ir > ( tO I. ID
Monday , November II 3,1. >
Tuesdny , November 4 3.25
Wcdiii'Mlay. November5. . . 3,10
Tiiuraduy , Novemboi'0 3.15 ( M.li ! !
Krldny. November 7 3.00 © 3.l0 !
Saturday. Novpmberifl 3.20 ( SI.05
Monday , November 10 3 ! ! 0 463.0"
Tuesday , November 11 3.00 (84.00 (
Wednesday. November 12. . : . : 3.10 ew.10
Tliursday.Novumber 13 3.0 f > I.H7 !
I'rlduy , ivon _ _ . 3.00
Saturday. November l.'i . 3.00 O3.0.- !
Monday. November 17 . 3.uo ( rr.-i.ft )
Tnesiluy , November IB . 3.00 . )
November 10 , . , 3.00 tl.i
Thursday. November a ) . a.00 ( ( fr'J.70
1'rlday , November 21 . 3.00
Saturday , November 22 . 3.0)
Stock Hecelpts.
Estimated Today. Ollloial Vostcrnuy.
Caltlfi. . . . 51 ears. 1.40J Cattle. . . 54 cars. 1.287
tlogs U7 cr.ra , 0,403 Hogs. . . . 81 ear.s. (1,017 (
4. 1007 3 25
COWS.
2.ioa- oo 3. ,1000 1 50 10. . IH7 215
1. . l 0 1 15 1..U40 i a > 11. . D70 215
15 , , W2 200 18. . IW.1 215
00 , ! ! ! 817 i a ! ) 1. , MO 2 00 ' . ' 4..10I ; ) 240
ItVO o. . BOO i ; to 24 , , 84S 200 20 , .1118 255
VO 1. IttO 1 40 0,10-a 10
VOml , , 2 1..1110 300
2..12SO 1 50
irr
HULLS.
on
Kb 1..KKO 12. . 1..1690 150 1..15IO 225
its 2..1IKW 1 M 1..1730 2 20 1:1720 S 40
I. . HBO i ao
aoJIII.KKHS
ns JIII.KKHS AND rillNCUil3. :
itvo 1 milker . f-'W 00
vo 1 mlllcur
. 24 00
ily 1 mllkur. . . . , . 1500
1 cow and calf . 20 00
ilya 1 cow and calf . , . 25 00
a CALVES.
.as 8 , . .105 1 2,5 2. . : C0 ! 1 00 I. . KO 360
as 1. 370 1 75
nd BTECI1S. YEAUI.INdS.
0. . C2t 2 30 1. 070 2 22..1053 430
ot
Ily OX Bf.
9..1410 1 75
STAGS.
1 ,123 0 S 10
COWS.
ir-
lie 1 . tt 1 10 113 , 000 1 70 1..1UO 200
; i8. . wi 110
" "
S10CKEI13 AM ) l'KKUEH3.
10 641 OH 19. . 1118 28215
WKSTEHN CATTtE ,
Nu. Av , 1'r.l
5'.W ' Dowling & Uush
OW 1 steer 650 $335
2 m
* c'i stcbw/ ; ; ; ! ! ! ; ! " . " : ! twi i f
110(18. (
No. Av. Sh. t'r. No. AV. Sh. I'r.
i nee 40 woo 7o..24'i ' Roiaoo
R4 , in : 40 300 r'i ' z t 40 act )
107 17S 3211 * 42. . . . 274 N ) 300
8 107 JUS JIO. . . , . . . .273120 300
7n . .TO 250 325 115 274 .WO 300
42. 185 IfiO 325 OJ 241 5S > 0 3TO
4 ( ) 1S5 Ui ) 325 77..2IV ) 120 300
a 203 325 50 2 l 1 ) 'AW
114 iw : 32715 os aw 240 300
D7 170 240 SSW CD KU HO a 00
82. , . . SOO 240 330 78 . . . .2:11 : 8(1-3 ( 00
o : ws 40 asm w. . . .831 lee am
71 a 19 KM 335 02 300 ICO 305
82 103 S3 3i7' : { 7J 273 240-305
75 . . .r.-ae 2Ki ( 340 7o..2 < a lee ao-
72 IID 200 341) ) 81 2110 80 305
711 SOS 100 340 -57 302 IS. ) 8 05
7H 187 80 340 71 270 120 305
117 200 3 40 0.1 28 ? 400 305
1 410 40 140 50 2 ! ) > 3 (15 (
73aw 210 a 40 KI ae : BO ans
53 Stl 280 340 1X1 2.VI 80 305
05 247 ' 40 345 50 317 120 305
84 102 41 345 ffl ! tt ) 210 305
70 215 200 345 M 2U2 40 305-
02JIO KiO 345 40 2IS 120 303
80 2JO 240 350 lid 2)8 480 305
70 232 200 a ) 4.rv 201 80 305
74 2.10 320 350 M 301 200 307 ! }
1 ICO 350 40 314 307'i
72 244 350 58 300 80 370
01 210 120 3 fid 5C > 31 ! ) 80 370
1 28 ! ) 120 350 52 101 370
72 221 120 352 > J 00 30V 100 370
7 , ' 2.P ) KiO 352'i Kl 310 40 it 70
77 24S 210 355 Kl i4l ! 100 370
00 242 40 355 til 33.1 ! 120 370
78 240 2sO 355 4i ( 3Ti 200 370
71 241 2SO 355 63 328 120 370
ft 222 KiO 3 AS 01 HH 12J 370
0 < i 248 40 355 5.1 327 200 70
05 241 ICX ) 305 07 40 3 7U
01 241 240 355 Ot SW 100 370
71 24.1 80 355 5C. 321 81) ) 370
75 an 10J 355 49 3215 120 375
82 210 120 3 AS 5' . ' . . . .317 375
02 1(1) ( ) 80 355 M 330 80 375
5'J ' 278 200 355 . 0.1 318 40 ! l 75
70 ail ) 280 355 3f. . . , .28fi 375
50 2(18 ( 120 355 00 2H4 40 375
07 2.V > 40 300 0.1 338 200 1175
04 SO 300 4 284 40 375
5 270 300 6 | 323 80 1175
07 312 280 300 50. . . ISO 80 375
m 278 100 300 OS 307 380
5' ) 270 ilOO m 312 380
5 20(1 ( 40 3 ( in W ) 314 U 80
0 ! ) 282 40 3 00
I'KIS AND SKU'g.
4 117 150 ' 21 142 80 2 BO
27 173 -2 05 2 , " > 1111 275
22 103 215 8 140 275
10 138 . 225 i
The Stock Ynrd'fl I'roHpernun Vonr.
The ofllolul stock yarn year closes Novom-
bur30. While the figures are not yet complete ,
tbo lecord s > o far shows the year to hnvo bi > on
n "recoid breaker. " This Is a source of satis
faction to dealers and whllo It Is duo In a
great measure to unusual circumstances
causing an unusual tnarUetlii ! ! of stock the liberal
oral nml energetic course of Ucueral Man
ager llabcook n 1th the hoirly co-oporatlon
of the live stojk cxchanto will account for
the marked Increase In the business at this
point.
KsthniitliiK Iho receipts for November at
52,000 cattle , 11)0,000 ) hogs. 20.009 sheep , the total
receipts for the year are 014,000 cattlo. J.(178,000 (
hogs , 1(12,000 ( sheep , agalnsc407,310 cattle , 1,200-
1U5 ho s , I50.V)3 ( sheep last year or an In
crease of 147.000 cattle , 471.003 hogs and a de
crease of 7,000 sheep. There Is no telling what
a'day may brine forth but the olllclalMlKiiros
will not materially alteot this conclusion. Al
most all previous recouls ot largest receipts
aio broken as the following table will show ;
I < A110K8T IIKLT.H'TS OP STOCIC IN ONU DAY.
riiKviocs iiKCoiii ) . 1880-OC
Cuttle Sept. 10,1887 5,802 May II 5,814
Hogs , June 12. W8.12.OfiS August 12 10,72)
Hheop , Sept. 21,188S 5,502
Horses , Juno 0,1883 718
I.UltinST IIKCKII'TS Of STOCK IN ONE WEEK.
Cattle. Oct. Ill , 1888.18,550 Oct. 31 22.3T >
Hogs , Juno 8.I8SS..47.8H July 31 75,71)7 )
Sheep , bopt-13.1888.10,070 Sept. 30 12,817
Hort.es , Juno 7,188' ) . 801
LAIIOKST HECKIl'TS OK STOCK IN ONE MONTH.
Cattle. Sent. 188 . 52,003 October 00,270
Hogs. Juno 1HS8. . . 170,903 August 25J.322
Sheep , Oct. 18s8. . . 3I.S20
Horses , Juno 18JI ) . 2,073
OMAHA. AVUOIjKSAMiT MA.KKKTS.
Provlfllons.
SMOKKD MKATS Sugar cured. Hums. 14 to
10HiuvcriiRo.0Jc ! ; hams,20to 23 Ib avoraeu.
UUoiliuiiK 13 Ib avergo. Jo ; skinned hams
lOc : hams ( No , 2) ) , S\o \ ; shoulders , Gu ; clear
breakfast bacon. So ; boneless bieakfast bacon
bucks , 04'ol ? fatuous boned ham , He ; California ,
or plunle hams , 6Uoj boneless ham 8J c ; dried
beef hams ( bets ) , 7io ! ; ilrlcd beef clods , Oc ;
short snlcocl rolls or ham roulette , ' 7 ? o ;
.smoked ncof tongues , per doz , } J.5'J ; special
bland hams , 12 to 15 Ih : ivoriglUic : ; peilul
, brand boneless breakfast biiconMlKe ; sulectc-d
dried beef hams iiuldcs and knuckled , ' ' lOo ;
selected wide clear bieakfast bacon , UV4c.
Diiv SAIYT MKATS Fancy light weight short
eloars , ( liie ; long clears , 5yo ; shore oloars , lie ;
short ribs , 5 > fe : shunldcrs , 5c ; clear bellies ,
0ic ! ; clear bucks. Of.
HMOKKII MKATS Dry salt cured Fancy
light weight bacon short clears. 7c ; " bacon
liort ribs , UUo ; bacon short eloais fiS-io ; bacon
long clears , li'ic : bacon clear baeka , O iu ;
bacon clear bellii'S. 7o ; Dacon shoulders , oye.
SWKET 1'iCKi.Ki ) MKATS Hums , tierces. Do ;
shoulders. NowYork cut , tlurccs , 5io ! : Califor
nia hams , tierces , sycs bout hums , bbls , J12.00 ;
1'ii'Ki.Kl ) HKKK TONOITBS Half barrels , lee
lbs10.f > ) : ( inarlfr barrels , 50 IDs. , $0.03 ; eighth
bariuls , 2. > Ibs. , St.50.
H\VIKT I'ICKI.KII SPAIIK Rins Tierces , 300
Ibs. , net weight , J13.5J ; barrels , 200 Ibs. , not
weight , $8.00 ; half bancls , 100 Ib3. , net weight ,
i/A'nn I'nroleaf , per Ib. tlerco basts , GHc ;
compound , per II ) . tierce basis , 5te } : pure leaf
lard , porlb. tlorco basis , C'io ; .swoclal kettle
tendered leaf lard , peril ) , tierce basis , 7o.
IIAUIIKI.KI ) 1'OIIK AND llKKF MCSS ] )0lk , 1IOVV ,
if 11.5) ) ; family pork , $11.25 ; short cut clear pork ,
j 11.25 ® 12.50 ; boneless plv ? pork , fancy , * 14.U ) ;
e\tra mess beef , JO.OO ; plato beef , J7.UO ; oxtui
pliito beof. lfS.00 : extra , family beef , boneless ,
KUU ) ; rolled beef , boneless , Js.50 ; rump butts ,
$8.50. ,
50.MO I'oiiK Honoless Bbls , 200 Ihs , each
$14.00 ; iibl , 1IX ) Ibs , each $7.50 ; 'i bbls. 59 Ibs ,
each 4.00 ; ! Dbls. 25 Ibs , each Ji.25.
OANNKK ) JlKATS ( Jornud beef , 1-lb square
cans , 2 doper ; case , 11.10 ; 2-lb , 1 or 2 doz per
case , J1.80 : ( l-lb. 54 doz per case , $5.75 ; lunch
tongues. 1-lb round cans , 2 doz per case , $2.115 ;
brawn , 1-11) square cans , 2 doz per case , $1.20 ;
tongues , m-lb round cans , 1 doz per Cii.se ,
$5.25 : chipped beef , )4-lb ) round cans. 2 doz per
case , $1.25 ; roast hoof , 1-lb round cans , 2 d < u
per case , $1.10 ; potted ham. U-lb iciunil cans , 4
duiporcasc. OOo ; dovllod ham , U-lb round
fcanu , 4 doz per ease , GOo ; p\tted ) ox tongue , } -
Ib roiinil cans , 4 do/.porcuso , OOu ; compressed
ham , 1-lb suuare cans , S doz per case , $1.XJ ( ;
tripe , S-lu round cans , 1 doper case , $1.80 ;
minced collops,2-lb round cans , Idoz pur caso.
J2.20 ; boneless pigs' feet , 2-lb square cuns , 1
dot per case , fcf.50 ; roast boot ( Altmuulra
bnina ) , 1-lb. 2 doz per case , $1.00.
OILS Prime lard oil ( winter strained ) 4fto ;
extra lard oil ( winter strained ) , 47ei extra. No.
1 lard oil , 40o ; No. 1 lard oil , 3lo : No. 2 lard oil ,
3lc ; extra noat's-foot oil , 43o : tallow oil , 45o.
BAITSAOK llolo&na. 4ci smoked sausage , 7oj
blood sausage , 4"-4Oi llversausase , 4io ; head
cheese , 4 ! c ; fresh pork saiisago , links , Gc ;
fresh pork sausage , bulk , r > ! ; c ; smoked purk
sausagi * , Be ; fr.inufurt sausage , 7c ; smokud
hcadclicesg , Gc : Polish sauHage , 7o : ICnob-
lauoh sausage , 7o ; tongue uausago.Bo : summer
sausage , 18c.
Country I'rocluoo.
Potir.Tiiv The cooler weather has placed
tin ) market Inbetter condition and frcsli
drcscott chickens can bo safely miotcd at tvillv
turkeysB'Jc. ' On Blontlay andTuesdiiy there
will bu u good demand for turkeys for the
thanksgiving trade , nml as the glut of the past
few days has boon cleared up. prices ought to
ho good.
HrtTTEii The market Is slow and weak.
Oood country rolls. 14@17e : choice. 17 < 0 > l'Jc ' ;
Inferior , 7llc ) ; good country solid packed ,
IG17c : choice , solid packed , 1710uj good
creamery , 2123o : fancy . 25c.
Ecios 1 nuro are a good many selling at 21b ,
but strictly fresh stock Is being held largely
at22c.
GAME I'rnlrlo chicken1 ! , per dozen , $3.00 ;
mallard ducks , $2.7vU)0 ) ; teal ducks , $1.5 %
1.75 ; mixed ducks , tl.50 ; quail , 11.00 ; Jaolc rab
bits , JMSffMOO ; small rabbits , 75cal,00 ( : di-ei
and antolopn carcasses. 7Sc ; saddles , lll''c ,
PIQEONB There Is no demand ,
Flour , Jlran , Etc.
Davis' high patent No. 1 and Cream
$2.70 ; llluo D. full patent , Ji.M ; Hawkeye -
eye , halt patent , ? - . : ) ; Davis' specla
Itovul patent No. 10 , $2.85 ; Minnesota patent
? 2.75 ; Kansas hard wheat patent , $2.55 ; Ne
braska spring wheat patent. $2.00.
S. F. Oilman's KOlrt modal. * 2.80 ; Snow Willie
J2.40 ; Snow Klnko , K2.10 ; low urartu , J1.8I ) .
llrokcu llow Holler Mills' Cream. $ . ' .85 ; Myr
tie , $2.4)Jiulm ) ; ( , JJ.20 ; Kldollty , 12.00 ; Mliiiio-
sotn Chief. $ , ' .45 : 1'ateut.7i. ( .
Oskamp's ready to raise buckwheat flour
(1.50 per ease of 50 2 Ib packages ; buckwheat hi
bills , N , V. , fci.WJ ; Excelsior brand. $5.50 ; Blai
Jack meal , $4.00 per case of 50 2-lb packages ,
11 run , sacked , per ton , (19.00 ; chopped food
$ * ! .00
HAV On track at Omaha Upland , No. 1
HUO per ton ; coarse blue stem , $7,00 ; oati
straw , fu.OO pur ton.
Vegetables.
I'OTATOKs-Cfir lots of potatoes are quutec
at 85tOo with cbolco stook selling In a uninl
way from store at l 5o. Colorado stock. ILI5.
O.vioNS-Ked , * 1.35 porbu. ; yellow Danvors
ll.3.- > ® 1.50 ; Bpanlsh , $1.75 Per box.
SWEET I'OTATOES-Uood stock , . ( XXa4.50 no :
bbl.
HEANS-Supply not larso and tliDlfeollui
strong at * 2.5.Vfc2.7S.
OKLEIIV 35 < ft40o per doz.
CAuiiAne-1'er Ib , 2ic. (
TunNii'8 Hutabasas , choice , 6So pur bush ,
white , cholco. Wo.
LBTTHCE I'er doz , 3So.
Flshi
FHESH Per Ib Peroh. 80 ; buffalo , dressed
To ; pickerel , Oo ; plko , Oo ; white , lOo ; croynio
Ilo ; catfish , llo ; cod steak , r.'o ; flounders , Kk )
Oregon salmon , 15c ! llacKO'iss , Uoj lobsters ,
18o ; blue fish. Me. . „ JJVl
Salt and iilcklrd CodfLsli , extra Goorftcs
nafttlUit'iKraiiil bank , ii w , 4'iui silver , 1Mb
bltH'ks , AVic : HIIOW vrlillivU'ltt bricks , now , 7',4o !
turkev coJ , largo nild IJi | | brli-Ki , Ocl snow
whiles , crates , 18-5 Ib RfMcs , 7'ics iiiedltiui
sealed herring.2Joi No. railed horrhig , SOoi
doniestla Holland herrtwe , 40c ; Iliuntmrm
Hplci'd herring. Wo s Uns liui suulliioi. spiced ,
( toci Hiisslun Mirdlnos .Plum. Moi Imported
Holland herring , I'rtwulnrimd , 80c ; do fancy
milkers , JI.OJ ; ninokori'UMd. 1 shore , halt bbl
$12.50 : bloaters , half hhls.t'ft.ooi whlto fish ,
hnlf bbl , J0.75 ; trout. Iiair.ijbK $ j.so ; family
whlto flsli , M.dOj Milinnifi W.V ) per half bbl ;
! ! -lli broiled iiuickoiolif&nii 3-lb In mustard ,
13.001 j.1-lb In tomato sailing JJ.OO ) fl-lb Mnyn
ini > s mackerel , J'.oot ' ' 1-iU Drook trout. $1.2,1 !
1Mb brook t rout. $2.2.1 | l4IU'4.ilimm , tl.SSi 2-lb
\vhltu ( Uli , J'J.'J.'i ; 1-lb whlttxttth , (1.35 ; 2-lb loll-
Hters. $2.30a-lloystcri ; ) < , , l3)H/ ) . . .M ) ; 2-lh ovs-
Ilaratnrla' , l'o or. f2.10 ; r-lli HaratnriaY f"w. ,
f 1.10 ; 1-lb clams , lltllc ucdki , $1.31 ! 2-lb cliuiH ,
little necks. Jl.73 ; 3-lb clam chowder , J'-.GO ;
1-lb crubs , ts.23 ! 2-lb crabs , ti..5o.
Oroucrles.
AMMUNITION Hlflo powder , per keg , J5."iO ;
per V ki-g , 12'/4 ' Ibs , M.oo ; rlllc , prr * ki'it , fl'i
Ibs , Jl.fki ; blasllng. A. porli'B , tlJKi ; blasting , .
11 , per keg , $2.15. Shot Drop , iicr bad , $1.7n ;
buck. tl.Ki ; chlllod , ifl.l > 5. Caps-a.lUd'iO per M ,
IIAKIMI I'HWliK.u Itoyal , illino cans , per dor ,
tMi'l U Ib cans. $1.45i ; Ibeans , IJ.05 ; lib cans ,
$5.00 ! Price's , dime caaa. DOci \ \ Ib cuns 9lMl
' 4 Ib cans , W.Aiij 1 lbcnn , JI.75 ; other Uliuls , 1
ib cans , per do/ , H.ooa.1.85.
JlAi'i.r. SUdAH I'cr Ui fie cakes 30-lh boxes
] 3e ; lOo cukes , 30-lb bo\cs , 12iei ! 1-lb bricks ,
; His In bov. pure , 14e.
TWINKSI , COIUIAOK , KTP. Cotton twine ,
"Itlbb. " very line , ! 4-lb bales S2ci
cotton twine , XX brand , U-lb bales
18o ; hemp twine , ! t-lb liilos 18c ! mill
twine , SOoi candle wick , ? 'e ; 40-foot cotton
clothes line , 11.40 ; 00-foot cotton clothes line ,
$ tV ( ) ! 00-foot sisal lines , $ l.75 | 00-foot jute.
$1.00 ; wool twines , mo. Manilla rope All
Hl/es from7-10to 1 In , Me ! sisal rope , all.sizes
from 7-1G to 1 In , OU ! "new piocosws , " all
sl/es from 7-10 to 1 In. BC | cotton rope , J In , ,
ICc.
ICc.HHOOMS 5-tle , parlor , J.1CO ; 4-tle , $2.75 ; n-tlo ,
$2.21 ; 3-tlc. plain. fIJit ; wurehouse , JJ.OO ; toy ,
J1.83 ; wlilslc , j.ooai.'S. |
SoAl' ( 'listlie , mottled , per Ib , lOc ; do
white , per lb,14e : lauaUry soup , per 100 bars ,
KU.V&5.00 : shavhiK soap , 603750 * per doz ; toilet
snip , 3 cakes per bet , per < lo/ . 5iic2.2. * > .
ClDEll-rerbbl , rollnpdii.50 : half bill , $3.50 !
hard elder , pure , per bbl , JD.OO ; orange elder ,
half bblW.BO : pear elder , half bbl. JuW.
NCTS-1'er Ib. , Almonds , lOc ; lira/Us , 21c ;
filberts' , 14c ; pecans 15e ; walnuts , 13c ; pea
nuts , fancy white , OSJe ; roisted. 121-So.
Oi.tvKS Quarts , per do(4.00 ( ; pints , per doz ,
$2.50 ; bulk porgal.ftV. Who oil , .i pints , 2
doper ea&o. f LGOfftMS.
llAds Am. , per 100 , $17.30 ,
bArT-Ialrv,2801bs lii.bbl. bulk , 8J.10 ; best
( trade , ( id5s , $2.110 ; best KraU ( > 1003s , $3.10 ; best
grade 28 10s. J2.25 ; nxjk salt , crushed. 81.80.
MOI.ASKS Ilbls , N. O. fancy , per gal , 5255o ;
oholce , 4' > 2 > 47o ! good , ' to&Ku ; Cuba , baking , 28
O.10o ; blaukstrup , SOQSSo.
SonA-1'kjis , co Ibs to but. Bjjci kegs. 4Uc.
fiArsoiA--Kegs , 17 operlb ; bbls , Utdgrunii-
lated , 100-11) boxes , 2c.
CANNKi ) VKOKTAIILES Tomaloos 3-lb , $1.10 ®
1.15. Corn Very line , CI2.V91.35i 2-lb susar ,
$1,15 : 2-lb standard western brands , 91,10.
Alushrooias 1-lb rrenoh , extra fine , 222ic ;
1-lb Krench. line. lS@23c ; 1-lb Kreneh , ordlnury ,
lC@18c. Pens , 2-lbeaily .tiino. $1.8. % : 3-lb mar
row , standard brandsUO ; 2-lb soaked. 70e.
l''ri'nch peas , per case of 100. $15.00 .22.00 :
Strlnn beans 2-lb high grade. $1.00 : 2-lb wa\
beans , 8T > c : 2-lb string beans. H5c. Lima beans
2-lb soaked , 85c. lloston baked beans 3-lb ,
$ l.ijl..V ; ) . Sweet potatoes 3-lb Now Jersey ,
$ I.GO ; 3-lbokra und toiuatims } l.i5 ( : 3-lb okra ,
$1.00 ; asparagus , 1Mb. $2.K > a3.75 : rhubarb , 3-lb ,
$1.40 ; succotash , $1.20Q ( > I.25.
Fresh FrnitH.
GUANOES Florida stook. Jl.2jQI.GO.
Ai'i-i.KS Pcrbbl. $ J.2.vai.f)0 , according to the
quality and variety. J
CIIANUEUHIES l ancy 'Capo Cod , $10.00 ; bell
and cherry , * 8.00. on
UiiAi-ES Concord , per basket , Me ; Catawbas ,
40c. )
CAMFOIINIA I'litirrs I'ears. per box. S2.75 ;
Muscat ( trapes , $1.50 per 2D-lb crates ; nut ncos ,
$1.752.25. TL
HANANAS Yellow. $2.255 > 'I.OO per bunch.
LEMONS Choice stock , f jj.Wiiii.OO.
Miacellniibous.
lir.ACK WALNUTS 1'orliusliol , 75Jl.flO.
HICKOIIV NUTS liurgo. ; .per bushel , $1.25 ;
"
small , JI.75O2 00.
1'oi'CoiiN Cholco last usoa's stock , 22o !
per Ib.
COCOANHTS Per httiidrfd , sacked , $5.00.
Goal :
On Board Cars at Omaha Anthracite
Chestnut , range and eKgiJ.'i.2.'i nor ton ! grate ,
$800. Soft coal Walnut block , $3.75 ; Iowa
lump. $3.50 ; Iowa nut. $ XU0 ,
. Paints uud.OIIs.
LEAD WHITE IN On , Carter , In SOO-lb lots
$7.50 : In l.OTO-lb lots , per cwt. $7.20 ; Southon
Co. St. Louis , in BOO-lb lots , $7.50 ; In 1,000-11
lots , pur cwt , $7.20 ; lied Seal , St. I.ouls , In 50U-Ib
lot , J7.50 ; In 1,000-11) lots , per cwt. 47.VO.
WIIITK Dnv Qlldi-r's Wilting , i > er Ib. 1 , 0 ;
Cntiitnorcliil Wliitinir. per Ib. Ic ; Kngllsh C. S.
Paris Whlto , per Ib. life.
HKU Diiv American Venetian red. l'jo
Oliattnnooira , 2o ; Euitllsh Venetian , barrel J.1I5
bs , ' /c ; Indian , No. 1 , 1''c ; Tuscan , KiiRiUh
20c.
20c.VEI.I.OWS Chrome yellow. 0 to lOc ; ocher
nochelle , 2'ic : ocher , washed Lutch,4c ) : ocher
washed Flench. 'Jiic.
PUTTV I'ure , In barrels , kegs and tubs , 2Jc
in bladders. 2tfc ; In50-lb tins , 2 > , ie.
VKnKTAiu.K OILS Mnsecd , .domestlo raw , h
barrels , per gallon , 02c ; lln ced , domuUlc
bulled , In barreN , per RiilUin. r > 5c.
ANIMAL AND KIMI on * Whale , bleuehe <
whiter , per gallon , . ' > 5c ; whale , e\tra bleiichi'i
winter , ( We : sperm , blo.iehed winter , $ I.K ( ) .
liNOlNEOn.s Ulaiuonu orosecut engine oil
pcrKallon , 40c ; perfection engine oil , 5to ) : sloe
Inn ? enslno oil. 45c ; Hercules ennlno oil. Me.
VAIINIRIIKS Kurnltnro , No. l.UOu : fuinlture ,
extra. $1.03 ; coach , No. 1 , $1.10 ; coach , oxtia ,
$1,20 ; hard oil finish , llRhl , } 1.20.
Hides , Tallows , ! Ctc.
HIDKS AND PELTS Green salted hides. No. 1.
B'jo ' ; No. 2 , 4ijc ; dry Hint hides 7 ® 8o : calf
hides , 8.U8o : darnngi'd hull's , l'o ' lesi ; bheop
pelts , gicen. each , a.va.I.2. > r sheep pelts dry ,
ppr Ib , 1014e ,
TALI.OW A No. 1 , 4J.o : No. 1 , 'KWiiC ; crease
whlto , 3).J@4c ) ; yellow , i'/iliji.'lo ; stoarlne.filic.
HONKS Vuotatlons are for delivery In Chicago
cage Dry buffalo , per ton , $10.00aiB.OO ; dry
country , moachod , JIO. 00313.00 ; country , dairp
and meaty , $3.00310.00.
% Ijnic | , Coinnnt , Klo.
On board cars lit Omaha I'or bhl Ash
Orovo lime. OOo ; Champion llmo. Hoc ; Qulncy
white , 80 ; Louisville ccmcut. $1.50 ; illlwauKue
cement , $1.45 ; Utlca rcineut , $1.40 ; GnglKh
Portland cement. $ .1.45 : New York plaster ,
$2.25 ; Michigan plaster , $ . ' .00 ; I'ort Dodge plas
ter. $1.75 ; whlto band. $ . ' .00 ; P. I' , hair per ,
bale , $1.00. _
Metals.
UOFFINO Cluirco.il , I. 0. . U.\20 , 112 , JC.OO ; I.
X. , $7.50.
SlIEKT IllON-No.Sfl , $3.M ; No. 27 , fct.GO.
SOLDKH Strictly half and half , 17c.
STKEI , WIRE NAII.S liuso Jj.iio : stool nails ,
base. $ . ' .15.
TIN l'i.ATE-1. O. , 10\24 , $ T.50i I. X. , 10vl4 ,
$9.2.-i ; coke. 4x130 , 112 , $0.75 ,
KlIKET/.INO SO.
Coi'pKit I'laulslied bollor sl/es. 3.o ! per Ib ;
cold rolloil. 30o perlb ; shi'utlng , 2Sc per Ib ; pit
and Mats , : iOu per Ib.
WiitE-Jap. barb , $3.25 ; 'mil. , JARS.
HI.OCK TIN Small pig , 30o per Ib. , bar , 30c
per Ib. t
GALVANIZED SIIEKT TIIOX Discount 50-10 poi
con t ; pat. plan , iron , Nod. 24 and 27 A , 10ic | ; U
*
THE KKYljT ntAUICBT.
TNSTRUSIENTa piaoud on rucord Novoia-
J. borSi .
WAIUUNTirVIEEnS.
W9 Arnold mm wlfo to .P'O Cortclyon.
nKofwHlot 11 , blluliUiiHiroveinenb
association add . , , , ' , . , . $ 3,70 (
Anna Armbrust to 3 B llOnewull , , ' na nw
27-15-12 . f.1) ) , ? . . 4,00 !
Chui'lcs Anderson and ivtfo to tl 12
James , Iot2. . blklO. Urlfxa Placn . 8,00i
! ' N Connor ami wife to Abblo A 1111-
llngs , undHlot 1. bltf W lot 10. blk4 ,
lots 8 , to 1' . ' , blk ! ! , Doyd & Sharp's add
to South Omaha . l.- . 3,00
M T Dyer to I ) V Sholes , ) ft of o 101ft
lotM. Hartman'siidd . . { ft . 5,00 <
Gate City liiinit Co to W TiUrahum , lots
1 to 3 , blk 0 , lots 0 to 7 , i 111 k 3 , Ilonllng
Green . < . O
Howland Ac Bradford towl * Jensen , n4 !
lot 1' ' , blk 10 , first addition to South
Omaha , . , tn < . 52
0 M Hitchcock uiul wlfal/Yilacob / Jonscii.
lot 10 , blk 10 , llllchcocUMflrst add . 45
John Hoar and wife U > tfeM ( lajiiiulii
Interest In lots 11 and r.'iiP" < ft' . South
Omaha . . . 1,33
Johnson and wife to O'flPWebcr ' , lot 11 ,
blk 3 , Horbaoh'sseconrtlMld . 10,00
1) U Knight to Ulchard M llradloy , s'i ' of
w 'sw2S nndMo2l10lS . 13t,0 ,
0 W Loomls und wife to 11 VH Reynolds ,
lot W. Windsor I'laco. . . . . . . 4,10
W N Nasou and wife to A .T Olscn und
wife , wKlotll , blk 11 , Patrick's second
end add . 1,35 ,
Theo Olr.on et al to M M KonUcld , lot 15 ,
blk 3 , South Omaha 1'ark . . . 42
1'Bl Potter and husband toGL Miller ,
lots 20 and 21 , blk 4 , 1ake Vlowndd. . . . 1,50
J II Hudorsdnrf und wlfo to 1' J Lcpsa ,
Hlot U , oik 7 , b'outhOmaba . . . 00
Allharoso llleo and husband to Otis
Wlekunbcrg , lots 11 and 12 , blk 20 , lota
1 toB.blk3Mlllard . . „ . 6,50
John Wiley and wlfo to llortha liryant ,
Iot82niid3 , blk2Itrennan 1'lnoo . 4CO
K J Wohlersot ul to liana Lumbers , lot
18 , bile 1 , Gate City Turk . . . . . . 40
QUIT CLAIM DEEDS.
John Armliriist to Anna Armbrust , o' {
wM. nw sw , and BW sw o of Creole In 27-
15-12 . . . u
0 R Warner and wlfo to 1' I Timnius , lots
7 and 10 , blk 20 , Orchard Hill .
T-'tuI anioudt transfers . , . . . $70,03
TIIT PTipfliTi i Turn nrnirr'Tr
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
Dcspito Several Obstacles Wbcat Again
Dhows Substantial Gains.
CORN CUTS A FIGURE AND CLOSES HIGHER
Onls Follow ttio Iicnil In Iho Ad
vance mid I'rodnutfi Como In
on the llaco Mrc Stook
and Financial ,
CiitcAno. Nor. 23. [ Special Telegram to
Tin ; DEC. ] Tlio wLo.it . market met with moro
or Ies > 4 obstacles eaily In the day , but before
noon everything WHS left behind and prices
were up to Ol'io ' for December and 11.01 for
May , orlKlo tolo ! over the cloao last night.
Local receipts were inucli over the estimate
at 187 cars , and theto was nn early effort to
start a break In prices. Mtiy opened almost
steady ut IMJic. and on a Httlo drlvo
went to W-jc , causing first sales for Decem-
borarouad 02c. ! ( Liverpool cables wore firm ;
Now York cleared 112,003 bushels of wheat ;
silver was quoted higher ; iccelpU at the
northwestern markets were moderate ; good
local buying set In and prices responded. New
York dispatches gave a continuation of the
very much Improved conditions thnrc , with
standard stocks advancing. On these repre
sentations pilccs moved toOGJio for December
and JI.03V for May. At this stage of
tlio advance the failure of the rollIng -
Ing stock company was made known.
Tlicro were wild rumors of liabilities
amounting : to $1,003,003 , This caused a sharp
break and the prleo ot May , the active month ,
dropped to Dtl'to. The Hurry lasted but a few
minutes.Vclladvlsod houses claim to know
that the failure at Ilogowlsoh was not so bad
as roDrcscntcil and no tot a character to cause
other comulloatlons , and a recovery started In
atonco. In thirty minutes prirpi were at the
ton for the forenoon ut U4Ue and $1.01 , A dull
market In wheat continued the last hour.
Liverpool closed U < 1 to ' ,4d higher. The In
crease In the visible supply was estimated at
only 750,000 bushels for the wock. Milwaukee
tlgnrod out a decrease In receipts at primary
points of 1,000,000 bushels from last week. Cash
wheat was quoted ilo up from voHterday nt
Minneapolis and as much at Kansas Ulty.
Kngllsh homo grown wheat was Id up. 1'our
Atlantic ports showed 270,000 bushels of wheat
and 180,000 packages of Hour cleared for the
wook. The advance currlotl December tofllJic ,
or 2c over last night , and May tn tl.oi'i. There
wns , naturally , piottv free realizing the hist
( lfttoii ; minutes and the close was at MUo and
$1,01. November , oijfo to OlSJe to Kl' e to ftl.Uo
nominal at thoolo-w.
The corn market ROtapood deal of atten
tion todi-y. It opened ! .io up at Xta for May ,
pot a sot-back of Mo to ft'J 'c , and then went
slowly tip with wheat to 83 } jo. At this point
the Hegowlsch failure or assignment wus cir
culated and Iho corn market broke back close
to tbo bottom prices early , The strength
soon returned and on general buying the price
rose to.MJSc. After a little react Ion from this
prleo there , was icimirkablo buying by Mc-
Doutrall & Co. , Schwartz. Diiprco und others ,
and the traflocallcd It covering for 1'ardrldgo.
On this buying May sold at Kfio before 1
o'clock. There was no special MOWS In corn at
any time. When I'ardrldgo ceased buying
tliero was enough offering to put the price
baok Me to-53io at the close. 1'lgures on
early months were : November. Bl * o tnfiHau
to52j8'oto ffiisjo to close ; December , 507ic to
fiOJic to517 u to 51io ? toclose. May corn priv
ileges sold , nt 2:30 p.m. , at 5-Jio ! for puts and
S4Jc ( for calls.
The oat market did not las when other
prices advanced. Slay oats sold at 44ic
early and up to 45J.ic , closing ! { o up for the
day nt 4"i1..ic. November and December wore
quoted together f ion ) 42io ! to 43c ! , closing at
The first bull news in the provision pit was
a stockyards dispatch giving the leeulpts of
hogs at 10,000 and prices So to lOo higher. On
this the first prices In the pit were 5o to lOc
up. When corn and other cereals acted
strong , the buying of pioducts Increased and
prices moved tin slowly. The best prices
touched for pork were $11.25 for .Tnmmry and
tr.,0Ji ! for May. May closed at $12.00. Lard
was up lOc for January at SG.27'/j , and ribs u p
lOc ut J5.G5. The gain for May In both prod-
ducts was 7'iO.
WHEAT.
Mo. . Open. High. Low. Close. Yost.
Dec 8 l)3 ) 4 $ 01 J 02'J $ lU'i $ 1)2' )
May. . . . . OOlf 1 Ol'/i IW.'i 101 OU ?
cons.
May 53 D37 52 , ' 53a 52Ji
OATS.
May Wi iSy 44i 45 , 44
I'OIIK.
JFIXAXCIAL.
NEW YOIIK , Nov. 22. ISpoclal TcloRram to
TUB DEE. ! STOCKS The day.'opoiicd In stocks
with nothing to cause u set-back fi-om the
splendid advance started yesterday. Each
day maUe.4 It clearer that powerful parties
mvu had much to do with tbo recent depies-
fclons. and that at the low prices reached 1m-
lortant traiiijfors of stocks have been made ,
which , with expressions from Mr. Gould and
others , Indicate Important consideration In
iniiscontlnoiital properties. All this goes to
assure tbo btrent that the dainaslns rate wars
arc near the end. and Investors onn now take
itocks on their merits. Continued Im
provement wns noticed In all parts
of the list. li"lrst prices were sill
ilghcr , the Rains boliiK fractional In
all except Missouri 1'aolflo and Canudu
Southern , oauh of which was no IVt per cent
From lust nlRht. There was great animation
shown-especially In St. Paul , Union 1'aulflc ,
S'ortlioru Puclflo preferred , AtcbUon , Hleli-
moiul & West Point , and lioelc Island' and all
it theio stocbs , wltb tbo exception of Missouri
I'aclllc and Nortbora Pacific preferred ,
showed material advances before the end of
the hour. Lackawanna and Hock Island each
ruse IV per cent , Union 1'aclflc li ! , Louisville
& Nashville and Su ar Koflnorlea each 1U ,
Colorado Coal Hi , Ulchmond & West Point
preferred 1 per euut , St. Paul 7 , and others
generally largo fractions. The urgent de
mand of early trailing slacked away toward
It o'clock and there was a partial reaction ,
while the Ylllards bbowcd considerable weak
ness , Northern 1'aclflc common retiring nearly
1 percent. During the last hour tbero was 11
heavy fueling , which was rellovod before tin
close by nearly $1,000,000 gain In resource-
ny banks , Tills gave buoyancy U
tbo market asalu and the close
was strong with Kalns consnluunus In
St. I'nul. Mlssouili'acllio , Union 1'aolllo and
Leiickiiwunii. Sales of stocks for the half Uuj
woroi.UTO.oa shares.
'L'bo followlns were the closing quotations
Tlio Weekly llanlc Statement ,
NEW YOIIK , Nov. 2J. [ Special Telegram ti
THU Ilii : . " ] The weekly bank statement suow
the following changes ;
Reserve , increase . . , , , . $ 0 ! ,03
Loans , decrease 0OSU,70 ,
Specie , decrease , Ht,2t ) )
Legal tenders , Inercusu , Ml.Ni
Deposits , decrease 4,880,80
Circulation , increase 08.20
The banks now hold $87,750 In excess of tin
requirements ot the 25 per cent rule.
KxportH of upeclo from th port of Now Vorl
last week amounted to 50S , 4vJ , of which$73r > fi
was In gold and (131,02 * silver. The Imports o
bpoclo unioimti'd to &LI2,3ir . ot which JJ03.TJ
was la gold uud f. 0,8U5 in silver.-
Tlio Co ( Too Market.
NEW YOIIK , Nov. 22. [ Special Telegram t
TiiEllKB.1 C'OPME-Optlons opened steady am
unchanged and closed from 5 to 15 polntf ui
MiirUet dull , Sales , 5,000 bugs , lucludlu
December , 117.05 ! .Tnuuary , ftO.IMlt.31 ( | Kobr-
iinry.f 15.011 March , 115.13 ; April$1551. Hpnt
lUo. dulljfulr cargoes l .33i No7,117 1617,75.
cnw.t do
OHICAOO , N'ov.Si. tpcclnl Telegram to Tim
Hr.r.,1 OATTI.K Thorownsxcarcely u Huftlalont
n u mho r of good cattle on s.ilo to timko ( ( nota
tion * , but such as wore ofTered sold readily nt
the closing prices of yo'terdny. Tholiulkof
the receipts were Texans , Incluilliii ? a few
rangers , Texan1) ) .selling at stronger prices
The nccutnulatlon ot old cow stock
and butchers' stock generally that
congested the market dating the ourly
pnrtot the week ha-4 lieou worked ofT mid the
outlook Is tlmt this class of stock will soon
sell at bolter prices. The receipts of To.xiins
for llio week were light nml prices uro higher
on all grades , with pioipcclsi for butter prices
the coining week. Quotations : 1'rlmooxport
and fancy stoer.s $4.8095.21 ; good to choice ,
$1.2531.50 ; common , J3.7331.00 ; Tu.xam , 12.25
< ai.oo : ,
lions Iluslneis nctlvo and. values So to lOo
higher , making an advance of lOo to 15u for
the past two days , regaining the loss of the
early part of the week , Values.on account of
the unsettled condition of finances during ( he
early part of Ihn week' , dioppeil below any
thing anticipated by the trade , hut the fears
of a patiloliavoglvoii wuy to a more confident
feeling , as all speculative articles , Including
stocks , grain and provisions , uro higher. Con
servative people now think the murkut , has
seen Its lowest point for the season' of 18'.W-9I ' ,
and whllo many do not piedlct any sudden
and r.ipld advance hi prices they do not hesi
tate to ndvlso thu purchase of hojs to sell on
the basis of last week's prices In Chicago
cage ; and It u bltnil rush of
farmers to sell Is not again resorted
to , as was tlio case last week , values must
rule higher. At thu close of tliiimnrUct today
rough und common sold al * 1 floWUdi ; prime
mixed ami pacMiig grades * 3.ixiii.80 : ; prime
heavy anil ( mtchor wolghKi.7.vai.llO ; : ! regula
tion assorted light , M.G.Vjf 3,70 ; light light , W2o
© 3.BO ! pig * , 82.50fl2.10.
_
J' f ItVCJ ! JJJTtKKTtl.
, Nov. 22.-1 t ) . in. closo. Wheat
Kaslor ; cash.OJS'JJHe ; Uccenibcr , OIUo ; may ,
Corn Easy ; cash , SS'oC ! December ,
May , KJVe.
Oats Frin : cash , 43Uo , December , 43Mo ;
May , 45V. e.
Mess I'ork rir.n ; cash$9.00-Ifl.2.'i ; January ,
$11.23 ! May. $12.01) ) .
Ijtird linn : cash. $ fi.002iG.02j ! ; January ,
l.27 j ; May. $ 'l.7.'i5iil.75. '
Kvii - Firm ill 07f t071Je.
Ilarloy Nominal atilXiJ'
1'lax Easy nt 11.25.
Tlmothy-WiMik at $1.20.
AVhlskv-81.14.
I'lour Steady ; spring patent * . W.5ftJ.f,75 ;
winter patents , $4.0W.VOO ( ; hiiueis1. fl..va.'l.N ) .
llnlic MiiatH-aiioulders , J4.H7 ; ® T .OOi short
clear , tT 8'WT 5.IK ) ! short ribs , $ . " > .40a-.r > ) .
llutter Uiichangoil ; uroiinory,2J2Sdi : dairy ,
Clu'oso Unchnngeit ; full cream Cheddars.
SWilOc ; Hats. B'itiiUoi Voting Americas , tk&'Jlic ' ,
Eggs Unchiingi'd nt 22@-'fc.
Tallow Unchanged ; No. 1 , solid packed , ) ®
4He ; No. 2 , 3ic ! ; cuke , i'l@lio. !
Hliles Kaslorheavy ; gioen salted.n o : light
croen salted , 5 ic ; greun i ! ; snltod bull bhlos.
4Uc ; preen halted calf. 7i ® u : dry Hint ,
t tlcdry ; salteil hides , G7c ; dry calf , 8lo ) ;
duacons , each , 25c.
Ilccolpts. Shipments.
Flour , bbU 25,0,10 22.000
Wheat , bu 71,00) I'.l.OK ' )
Corn , bu OS.IO ( ) f > ' ) ,000
Oatsbll 200,000 223,000
NEW VOIIK , Nov. 22. Wheat Receipts.
44,0.10 bushels ; ovports , 1I,2H , ( ) ; spot , ! iU2'iO
higher ; markiit HtroiiKor : No. 2 red , $ l.Wi ( >
1.02JJ In elevator , tl.ttHtfil.UI'j alloat. $10l > i
© l.OfJi f. o. b. Options advanced ? iB'i'atand (
closed strong ; No. 2 red , November closing ut
$1.02.
Corn Receipts , SO.SOO bushels ; exports , : U.V )
bushels ; spot higher and strong ! No. 3 , white.
51 ® 5i1/i : ! mixed westi'l'i. , 4i50o ( ; white western -
ern , f > 057 ; options stronger ; January closing
at fiOc.
Sugar Haw dull and easy ; refined quiet.
1'utrolcuni United closed fur December at
CJo ! )
Eggs Fancy , firm ; western. 2VJi2Gc.
I'ork Steady ; mess , J10.MO12.00.
Lard Stiongor on bettor money alValrs ;
western stiiiini , ffl.25.
Huttor Kusy ; western dalrjll20c : cream
ery , 142tl' ) : Klgln. 2'lc.
Cheese Easy ; light skims , 4i@7o. !
*
ST. T ouis , Nov. 21. Wheat II iRlicr cash ,
Klo ; Uecember , lll.'ie : May. IMj ! ; July , HH"c.
Corn lllgher ; onsli , SSiUSJlic ; luivomborD'Jc :
May. 5P'c.
Oats Higher ; cash , 43c ! ; May44ic. ?
I'ork I'lniij J10.75.
Lard-Ill , her ; $ : > . .
Whisky-Steady ; JI.14.
Hatter ITiichnngcd.
KANSAS CITV , Nov. 22. Wheat Illghor ; No.
2 hard. cash. Mo bid , November 80c ; No.
2 red. cash. H5c bid.
Corn Higher ; No. 2 , cash , ftl.'ic ; November.
KliiO-VlVr.
Oats Slcudy ; No , 2oasn , 44)o ) ! bid ; Novem
ber , 44io bid. _
MII.VTAUKKK , Nov. K. Wheat-Firm ; No. 2
snrlng , cash , STfSSrff ; May , lilc ; No. 1 north
ern , OOc.
Corn Klrm ; No. 3 , eash.53'4Q,1lc.
Outs Muncly ; No. 2 white , cash , 44'Ji6IO ( ( ; ,
I'rovlslous l islcri work , Jiinuur , $ tl.02J. !
CINCINNATI , Nov. 22. Wheat Higher ; No.
2 red. lUo.
Corii-l'lrin ; No. 2 mixed. Me.
Oats Quiet ; No. 2 mixed , 48c.
\Vhtsky * I.U. _
" LIVE .STOCK.
CltirAflO. Nov. 22. Ciittlo Itocolpls , 4,000 ;
unchanged : fancy steers , iM.flK&.V.Vii others.
$2.75 4..riO ; Texans. J. yyi t.oO ; rangerW.03
(3'l.7j ( ; cows , * . ' .Wii2ra ) ( ; stockers , $2.wai2.DO.
Hogs lioeelpts , H.UOO ; market active and
hljher'rough and coinmon , f. ) ( i'l.0. ( ) ' > ; pauk-
ois , W.7Jf'W.wO ; prlmo hn.ivy and butcher
weights. $ J.Wa3.0J ) ; light , WU.VS3.70 ; pigs ,
'ii ) :
Hhoop Uocelpts , 1,500 ; innrKct steady and
iinclmiiGd ! ! : natives , $ l.oo < ? 44.hO : weslcrns. ( i.i.'i
4J4.M ; fed Te.Mins.irl.OQi34.)5 : ) ; lambs , tl.&OQI.fX ) .
ST. LoUis , Nov. 2. . Cattlo-Kccclpts. 400 ;
shipments , l.gM ; market strong ; fair to fnney
nnllvo steers , fUKSJ.OO ) ; alockers and feeders ,
Hogs Itecelpts. MO ; hlilpmeiits , 0,500 ; market
higher ; heavy , KI.UVQ'J.IM ) ; inlxod , JI25 a.70 ;
llKht , W.a'/i3.50. _
KANSAS CITV. Nov. 2. . Cattle-Receipts ,
350t shlpiiicntb , 2.200 ; niaiKet steady ; steor.s ,
$ .l.ooa4.u' > : cows , $2.W512. ( 0 ; stookers and feed
ers. 2.0iva.'t.2 .
Hogs llocolpts , 8,700 ; shipments. 2,100 ;
market steady to strong : nil grades , ? 3.00 < 0i
Another Grain lOlevator.
J , A. Connor , ESIJ. , of I'lattsinouth , a well
known grain and clovatoi * man at many
points In Nebraska , is contemplating In
company with several Nebraska capitalists
the erection of n half million bushel grain
elevator In Omaha. The plans nro all ar
ranged for tlio project , and their consumma
tion is contingent upon the action of a certain
railroad company. In connection with the
enterprise , Mr. Connor is agitating the prop
osition of State Doard of Grain inspection ,
and like very many other Onmlia und Ne
braska men ho Is enthusiastic over the iaovo-
meat toward the enactment of Such n law.
In the event It Is passed , Omaha's elevator
holdings can bo sold in eastern
bcaboard cities on the Inspection it
bad received hero u' the board.
Albright's Choice , beautiful lots.
Tlio Hulldini : Outlook.
Building Inspector \Vbitlock speaking of
the improvement outlook said ;
"Tho indications point to n season of activ
ity greater than has ever been known before
In the history of Omaha. There 1ms boon
moro building done during tlio past year thai
thu average citizen Imagines and moro plan.
are being made no\v for buildings next vcai
than I could make you bcllove. Every bif
property owner in tbo city is planning semi
improvement more or loss extensive iindun
less some unforscca circumstance or condl
tlon which I cannot now Imagine prevent. *
there will bo moro big buildings creeled ii
Omaha next year tbau In any other year o
her history.
Albright's Cholco , buro money.
A. Depot Hotel.
Negotiations nro pending for tlio purcbas
by Chicago parties , of tbo Elgutter proper I ;
at the southwest corner of Tenth and 1'acill
streets. .
The property U very desirable oa ticcoun
of its location near the now Union depot am
the prospective purchasers contemplate th
erection of a flue six-story lire proof hotel.
Albright's Oholco , torius to suit.
"My young friend , " said the kind old gcr
tlomau with the bundle o ! tracts , "does I
over occur to you that you are spending yon
youth In the scrvico of a hard master !
' 'Lord , yes I" answered the young muu In tli
blue uniform , hurrying on , "I'm ' ono c
Ycrkos' North 31do conductors. "
Albright's Cholco , junction all U. 1
BIG ENTERPRISES ON TAP ,
Some of the Projects Bolug Pushed for
Omaha's ' Advancement ,
A BIG BOOM IN BUSINESS BLOCKS ,
Tin ; Kiiultahlc'H IMnns A.NPW Asplmlt
JMimt The Demand fl > r llesi-
ilcttccN The Iluildlni * Out *
loalc for Nt'M Vonr.
Encli ilny of tlio week Just pint litul Its on
tcrprlso. Deals nro bclnp niailo lor Improve-
incuts tliut will mnkp next yenrs growth n
marvelous one. Hcnl estate transfers huvo
been larger tluin for months past mut unusual
activity has been displayed In nutters er-
lalnlug to InmrovemctitR of nil kinds.
Tliu following llguies aliow the totals of
realcstato transfers , building permits uiul
banlc clearings for the past woclc :
WIAI. t'STATK TIIANSFKIIS.
Monday. . . 12nll
Tlli" div : , , 22.751
Wednesday , 70.725
Thursday 31.tM
1'rlday ttl.ttfi
Satuulay 70.0V1
Totul .tS , IM
JIUIU'IM ! rllllMIT.M.
Monday I ! : .SM
Tuesday , 10,1175
Wednesday 2S.fi50
Thiusclay O'-MOI
1'rlilay 2.VM (
Sutimluy 2.075
Tola ! , UKI , : I )
HAMt CI.KAIIINdS.
Moinlny $ I , ( 7,7.1I
Tiu-sdiiy HIVH2.MI
Wcdnrsdiiy 7W.HW.Sl
Thursday. lHl.r.lrt.St
Friday ( J70KH.8'i )
batiuday Mt.iH8.4l
Total W.orj.OTX''il
An laureate of0 PIT cent over the eorro *
spondliiB week of last year.
A New A-i > linIt Company.
Tltcro will bo nu nctlvo competitor of tha
Hnrber asphalt paving company In ttio fielil
In Onmim next yoar.
The Harbor company tins lind n monopoly
of thoiisphnltuinpiiviiig business In tbls city
for years uiul has done nn Immense amount
of woik. for the city. A new company has
been formed , however , with nmplo capital til
moot tbo Harbor people In n contest for busi
ness In Oinahn. ' 1'ho now company includes
Mr. ( ! uy llarton ami other local capitalists
with Mrr John Grant as active innnngcr. The
company re.ioh tfO.OOO , whllo the capital re
quired lof the operation ot the business will
bo many times that amount.
The machinery for the plant lias boon ordered -
dored and the buildings will bo erected ami
In readiness for operation at the opening of
the next paving season.
The Harbor company linn purchased twelve
lots In East Omaha ami will rebuild mid en
large Its plant.
The Equitable' * * AVcHtern Itnniu.
Ono of the biggest impravonicnts in llio
long list premised for Omaha in the near
futuio is the proposed investment by tha
Equitable Life Insurance company of
$100,000 In an ofllco building in Omuha.
The cotnp my is nn Imnicnsclj- wealthy one ,
having assets ut over 00,000,000 , and a sur
plus of more than $20,000,000. This surplus ,
It has boon decided , will bo Invested III sub-
stnntlal improvements in ( jro\\tng western
cities , and Omaha has beoii solcctod ns the lo
cation for ono of the finest buildings to ba
erected by the company.
The resident agents hnvo boon negotiating
for n site for the proposed structure andhuvl
a number of locations in prospect and 01111
under option , butaronot Inn position to giva
further details of the company's plans.
Tlio Demand for Iteslilenees.
Some of the cioiikers viewed with consternation -
nation the erection in this city last year of a
Very largo number of residences , cottages
and tenement flats in portions of the city at
some distance from the business center , nml
more ou less removed from the car lines ,
They predicted that the houses would gn
tonnntless and that the men who \vero put
ting their money in the enterprise's would
reap financial disaster. The result of tlth
enterprise has boon a snd blow to the croak
ers , ns there is at pi went but very few nvnlU
able residences in Iho city that are unoccu
pied and nt a very fnlr rental.
This matter was discussed atn meeting of
the re.ilestate exchange the other day nml
the expression of n dozen or more of the bf ! |
realty and rental agents disclosed the fuel
that they cro buffering from n house famine ,
having calls from prospective tenants that
they were unable to supply.
President Harlinan of the exchange said :
"Our lirm had thirty houses on tholista
week ago and today wo huvo them all rental
and calls on hand for mom"
Mr. George 1'aul said : "I am renting
houses ns fast as I can secure them , and ono
noticeable feature of the tenants is that they
uro nearly all strangers In the city. Mnnv
of them do not know the streets n few blocks
from Fiiriiain , mill oxixjrienco sotno troubln
in finding houses that are not located nuar
the principal streets. "
M a < tinil > cr's Now Itlnuk.
The heaviest suffer11 from the lire that de
stroyed n number of buildings at thotcorncr
of Sixteenth and Chicago streets early In the
bu minor was Ed D. Meadlmbcr , whoso car
riage factory was completely consumed , en
tailing n heavy loss upon the owner above tha
amount covered bj * the Insurance.
Mr. Meadlmbcr possesses the kind of grit
and enterprise however that builds great
cities and buforo the ruins of his former fac
tory were cold ho was figuring on the coil-
Btruction of a new building , which lias since
been completed'and Is now occupied as n fac
tory In the rear of the old site and facing on
Chicago street.
Thp corner on which Iho former factory
stood was too valuable to holtt only a mass of
ruins and Mr. Meudlmbor has decided to orcct
a live-story store and olllco building on the
corner of Sixteenth and Chicago. Plans nro
being prepared and the ruins of the old build
ing are being removed to matte room for Iho
improvement. The now struciiiro will bo
live stork's ill height and will ho Imiltof
pressed brick , \\lth stone trimmings imd sup
plied with modern improvements. The first
floor will bo used for store rooms , the second
for olllcos and three upper floors for tenement
flats. The block completed will cost in the
neighborhood of 8100,01)0.
\ Dry < -oo < lH I'ulauc.
The Folsom property nt the northwest cor
ner of Sixteenth and Douglas stiects that has
been occupied by a green house for years Is
to bo adorned by n dry goods house which , It
Is promised , will bo the finest store building
In the city ,
Local parties nro interested In the building
which will bo built exclusively for the pur
pose for which It will bo used , and a Chicago
linn will occupy It.
The ground lease has been secured for
twenty years , the consideration being § 10,000
a year.
Plans nro noiv being rnado for the structure )
and work will bo commenced on the building
In January.
The New HruworloH.
The construction of two mammoth brew
eries Is assured. Mr. Krug has architects at
work on the plans lor his brewery , the
ground fov which has been purchased wostof
Twenty-fourth street between the Union I'a-
cifioandU. ft M , tracks. The plans will bu
completed and considerable work done on tha
buildings yet this year.
The Omaha llrowery company , which Is
tbo enlarged Incorporation of the Btorz &llcr
plant , is still looking for a suitable location
und uns three Bites in prospect , till of them
available for tlio puriioso. Plans will bo
drawn and arrangements nrndo to commence
work early next spring.
A big Chicago brewery that has never had
nn agency lit Omaha has a representative hi
the city looking for an available silo which
will be purchased und adorned with a tlna
warehouse. This city will bo made the -wost"
ern headquarters of the concern und invest
incnts will bo made la real estate and build
ings that will aggrcgaca $200,000.