Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 19, 1891, Page 6, Image 6

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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE , SATURDAY , SEPTEMBER 10 , 1891.
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
Hews from Now York Houses Pat tbo Price
of Wheat Up.
HAND OF THE CLIQUE AGAIN NOTICED.
Knntcrn Dcnlcrs Ilcllcvcil to
Ilnvc Itocn IcRioiuillile | fortlio
Itcccnt UncnHiiiL'SH In
tlic CcrcnlH.
CniCAOO , III , , Sept. 18. The securing of the
Immense wheat crops without damage has
bccomo ( insured and since the scnro ever
the farmers'alliance "Hold your wheat" cir
cular died out , this market Inis had to look to
the cast for news calculated to alfoet prices
and New Vork , an the Intropotfor about nil of
the foreign Intelligence , has naturiilly been
the point from which nearly all of this class
of news Imscomc. Houses with forolKii con
nections In Now York say traders hurolmvo
not been slow to take advantage of the fact
ntul have managed to secure early advices of
happenings In Europe calculated to affect
prices , and holding this Intelligence until
they have placed their orders with tholr
commission met ) In Chicago , have been In a
secure position before the news bccnmo known
to the trade lu general. Asldofrom this It Is
charged by local traders hero that there are
moro than grounds for the suspicion that the
news was Invented or doctored for the Chicago
cage market In the Interest of outsldo speculator
later * . In evidence they point to the numer
ous war scares and jtho llko.whlch have turned
out to be of little or no consequence , nnd the
very contradictory market reports iccelvud.
Fnincllmcs Liverpool would he quoted lower
to the privatu wire houses whcn'.tho uubllc
cable to Die board quoted It higher , and vlco
versa.
Whether these charges are true or not. the
market has for f-omo tlmo been kept In a
nervous state , and dcater.s have been moro In
fluenced by the.clmructor of tlio current ru
mors whether houses with Now Voru connec
tions wore buying or Belling , thnn by the con
ditions legitimately affecting vnlili > s.
The icsult of It all bis ; been that Now Vork
lias had the best of It in tbo violent lluctua-
tloiiB which have characterised the market ,
nnd have succeeded In guaglng the movement
of prices with much accuracy , selling at tbo
top aiurbnylng at tbo bottom , and making
about all of the money made on the turn , ex
cept that made by St. Louis dealers , who have
followed the lead of New Vork pretty
closely and have realized hamisomo re
sults. The accuracy with which the
Nnw Vork speculators guagu the
Influence of news on this market was well
Illustrated today. The early cables were
bullish and were accompanied with buying
orders , and ns a result the shorts got .scared
nnd tried to cover , but finding no wheat for
sale they began to bid for It , putting up prices
Bharply. Initially , after they Iiul : put the prlco
high enough to glvti thu early purchasers
handsome profits , the Now Yorkers began soilIng -
Ing and rounded up a good dny's business at
prices about where they left oil last night and
In good shape for another bull campaign to
morrow morning if conditions nro favorable.
Wheat ruled strong almost from the start
and sold up half a cent anil had the advan-
tlitre with a good deal ( if stubbornness. There
WIIH sensational news In tbo market but cable
advices reported a very strong feeling In the
United kingdom , though the private advices
from thn continent Indicated some weakness
hero. Now Vork seemed to take the load In
strength and had good buying orders on the
lloor most of the session , foreigners were said
to be picking up wheat thnto very liberally
and the houses hero with foreign , connections
were generally good buyers. The demand ,
tbo strong undertone and tbo bull dispatches
made shorts very nervous. Kvery attempt to
cover a line put prices up Instantly.
The rumor that Kusalii , had prohibited the
exportation of wheat , which was circulated
yesterday afternoon , was denied this mornIng -
Ing , l.utor a private cable from St. I'etors-
burg said that a general prohibition was Im
probable , though the export of 1'erslan wheat
Had been forbidden , filter in tno day a tele
gram from Now Vork said that Russia had
prohibited the exportation of "I'orslan
wheat , " which Issiilu to be a grade of Russian
wheat embracing about ono-thlrd of the crop.
December opened at from USJic to UUc , ag'alnst
Oajto at the close yesterday , sold off to liSUc ,
reacted then after a cabon of ( inlet , forged to
tl.OOU , broke to ttlUo soon after the noon hour
on sales for Now \ ork account ; later there
wan a reaction and It closed at lWi c , 1/uto
cables to tbo Hoard of Trade quoted 1'arls lOo
to 13c higher and Eorlln excited and 5m to
6-Jm ! higher.
Corn opened considerably lower on accoun-
of tbo continued line weather In the north
west , but the strength displayed by wheat
caused tbo market to assume a strong tone.
October opened at O''c , touched CITio , ad
vanced to Xlir ? , broke to52ic ! and closed at
62 ? c against 5-'Kc yesterday. September was
weaker , losing IUc. Oats were steadv to firm
with fluctuations of a quarter of a coht. Hog
products ruled strong and higher on a. good
demand , and the firmness in grain during
the forenoon , but weakened with them In the
afternoon ,
The leading futures ranged as follows :
A11T1CI.ER. I.OVV.
WHEAT-NO , z
September ,
December. . .
May tl OiMSI UJJ { 105J <
COIIN No. 2
September. .
October. 6S
May 42M
OATH No. 2
Heptonibor. . 27U 27M
October Mny W 31jJ
MEKH I'OIIK
October. . . . . 1027W
December. . 65 1065
Janunry. . . , 77M 12 77W
LiAim
October C62
December , , . 0 02 > <
January. . , , 00 7 UU
BUOUTlllllS
October am
December. , . amou
January. . . . U7U
Cash quotations were ns follows ;
Ki.ouu Nominally unchanged.
WHEAT No , ' 'surinir wheat , m ° i < 3Ki\lc \ ; No.
0 spring wheat , 8lu ; No. i.1 rod , OO'.c. '
COIIN No. 2 , MJic.
_ , , . . ! No. a white. 27Ji ( < JL1Oo.
UVB Na 2. MtJic.
IlAitr.Ttv-No. 2 , wxaojc ; No. 3 , f. o. b. , 43Q03o ;
No. 4 , f. o. b. , ra70c.
VLAXNKHIt No. 1 , OOlttflOIJc.
TIMOTHY SECU-I'rlinv. * I,201.2I.
I'OIIK .Mess unrk , per bhl , $ loaoIO,35 : lanl.
tier owt. , M.arK ! short ribs sides ( loose ) .
* 7.0.va7.IS : dry salted shoulders ( boxed ) , W.KJ-J
4iC.,5 ; short clear sides ( boxe'l ) , $7.807uj ,
WlliSKUY Ulstlllors' finished goods , per gal.
BiifiAHR UnchanKcd ; cut lonf. 551 c.
Hccelpts and Bhlpments today were as fol
lows : .
On the Produce exchange today the butter
market was easier ; fnnoy creamery , 22W
( Q)2Jio ) ) ; line western , -'ixi'jfo ( ; line dairy , 1C4B
I8oi ordlnury. liaise. EgKs , llrm and un
changed , IRUUMTn.
Now "York Markets.
NBW YOIIK , Sept , IK. KI.OUII Receipts. 27,070
packages ; exports 12,1105 barrels , 10,810 sacks ;
market loss uctlve. but Una. Sates , 28Ui,0
barrels.
WllBAT-Rccelpts , 2C0.700 bu ; exports , 320.73S
bu ; aaiim , 0W4UuO bu of futures ; uoIW bu of
i > pot. Spot market higher , but unsettled ,
oloslnit easy and dull ; No , 2 rod , Jl.ut ( In
store and elevator ; fl.OUtHii.co > , atloat : fl.04 ? >
3.07) ) } f. o.ti.1 No. 3 reds * t.01 ( ungraded rod.
00c < 2l.07i No. 1 northern to arrlvo , J1.07 : No.
1 hard to arrive , ll.0 > i'i. Options advanced
lli2o on larger foreign buying orders , with
rumors regarding the prohibition of exports
from Russia ; declined lttl'40 on realizing ,
closing weak at , ttlo over yesterday. No , 2
rod , September closing nt { IOIT ( ; October ,
n.uiMJil.lMS , closing J1.03SS ; November , ll.om ;
OlOtjK , closing ll.07i ? ; December , H.UbOl.lOW ,
c oslngr.iBXi January , ll.uU'iOl.inj , closing
IMO.Sl I'obrtiary , closing , Jl.li1 ; , ; March.
oUwfng II.IIIKt May. ll.UOI.lii. eioslnir IU4 1
KVE Dull , enuy ; wostorn. UTHo.
llAiiLKV-Stottdy , quiet ; No. 3 Milwaukee ,
OonN-Qulct ; rcoolpti , 135,275 bu ; exports.
40'iDO bu ; sale * . l.USI.uOU bu of futures ; OI.Ojo
P.1//101- ! ' yl'ot ' ' arkot lower , quiet ; No. 2 ,
MhttOto lii elevators tii < aOo ! ! alloat ; ungraded
inlxed.OHiltKKliio ; No , 2 whteii | | o. Options
opened UWiio lower , advanced JiOHie. de
clined Wttiic , closed weak „ „ , ) purtly JfOlfl
down for the day on manipulation. Sopti-mber.
UATS-Recolpts , KM.COO but exports , 20,400
VJvk , siall's ; 'O00 , , uu of futures and
140,000 buof .
, nnot. Spot market frcebellors ,
fair y active. Optlonsqulot , linn ; September
clo lneXllict October. ; tIWaic ) , cloilng : t'io ;
IUr guitt : shipping , OJo ; coed to cholco
C541COC.
lloi-a-Kuiy , qulot
Uorrrc Optlonu opened barely steady , 65S
points down , closed barely steady. 104i40 points
down ! Kulcu , & 0TObuBS , Inoludlni ; : Septeinbcr.
114.au4il4.4U ; October. tlll.Oi ill-'Sj November.
) iiOJ < < 5l2.15j December , Ill.tXir..OOi January ,
lll.7Cail.8fli Mnrcli. tll.RMltI.70 ! April. tll.WJ
I'il. ' , ; Mny , fil.lO ) Juno , 1I.4 : > 1I.M ; spot Rio ,
dull , nominal ! fair enrgocs , i7e ! ; ho.7. ir > o.
StJOAit Raw , In demand , flrnil sale ; fi.SOO
bags centrifimnl , W tml , at ; i7-16c to Ilaltl-
mtiro ! rotlncd fairly nctlvo nnd flrm.
MOI.ASSKS Now Orleans , fairly nctlvo anO
Ilicn Firm , peed dcmnnd , . . .
1'KTiioi.r.UM-Qulot nnd firm : united c1o cd
ntftOc for October : Now York Jl.WUf.t Phlln-
dolphln and llaltlmoro , J0.1J < aC.'tOt Ilaltlmorc
In bulk. I3.wwsa.fi5. . , , ,
CoTTossnr.u on. Dull , nominal ) now crude ,
DOdWlo ; now yellow. : Wo. ,
TAM.ow-llrm , qulot , city , tt..OO for p gs. )
irau.
ROSIN Quiet , stcndy ,
TouiT.NTiNK-Qulet and steady ; MUO38 ? c.
KOS ! Pair demand , steady ; western , lui { ©
Jon ; receipt * , WlCil puckngcs.
WOOF/ Steady nnd quiet ; domcstlo flecco ,
ao < KCci pulled , WXasRIci TexaK. HWi'lc.
I'OUK 1'lrni. old iiics . IIO.7ffi8il.aij now
inesi , f I2.001412.5i ; extra prime , tll.C0311.25.
CUT MKATS Dull , steady. . ,
Miiiut.ns I'lrmer ; short clear , September ,
9" * 0
'i Klrmor : western stenm. $7.25 asked ;
HUTTKU Quiet , steady t western dairy , 13 ®
Iflc ; western creamery. lMjr > ! Sc ; woUorn fac
tory. l.'KJIWe : Klgln. X/WSMe. _ , ,
CIIEF.SE Quiet ; fancy llrm ; western. C8o ! ;
part skims , 4 i7 ? . c.
l'io IIION Quiet ; American , IIC.OMJ18.2.1.
Coi'i'Klt Nominal : lake , September , J12.30 ;
lake , October , JI2.31.
ltf.AI'Irin \ > : domestic , tl.fiO.
TiN-Dull , fairly steady ; straits , I2).0j.
City Mnrkctn.
KANSAS CITV , Mo. , Sopt. 18. I-'r-oun-Stcaay
and unchanged. , , ,
WIIIIAT I'lrnmnd higher ; ; No , Shard , cash
R2c 1:1(1 : ( : September , t SjC bid ; No. 2 red. cash ,
"Coii.v Weak nnd lower ; No. 2 , cash , & 2o
bid ; September , r > ifA8u.
OATS-QuIot ; No. 2 , cash nnd September , no
bids.
bids.HAY Steady nnd unchanged.
1'l.AXSREii Steady nnd unchanged.
llUTTKit Steady and unchanged ; creamery.
IMWIc ; dairy , lUtolSc.
Knos Steady lit lic. (
RKCEHTri Wlioat , 62,800 ; corn , 10,400 ; oats ,
3,0 iO.
SHIPMENTS Wheat , 83.3CO ; corn. 67,500 ; oats ,
none.
Ijlvcriiool
Ltvr.npoor.Scpt. 18. WHEAT I'lrm , demand
Imtirovlng ; holders olTcr fcDarlngly : ISo. 1
California , 8s Ud per cental ; red western ,
Miring. ils iH ' ,5d ; No. 2 , winter , 7s 10 > id7s
lid. Receipts of wheat for the past thrco
days , 4ST.Oou centals , Including 172.UOO Ameri
can.
can.COIIN Qulot ; demand poor : mixed west
ern , ( is 3d. Receipts of American corn for tno
past three days , 1U,7XI ( centals.
HACON Long clear , 43 pounds , : iOs Cd per cwt
for now.
1/AKli Prime western , Kit per cwt.
IIUTTUlt United Htutes. llnest1)s ! ) per cwt.
I'EAS Canadian , CS O d per cental.
A.MIUICAN : Ri'.fitidKHATOK lluKf Korcquar-
ters , UJid ; hliuhiuartcrs. 5jd ? per pound.
St. flouts Markets.
ST. I.ouia. Ma , Sept , 18. WHEAT Higher ;
cash , IKlMc ; December , USJiUWSJ-ie.
COIIN Irregular : caMi. .Wie : May , 40c.
OATS Steady ; cash , 2do ; May , yijic.
I'OIIK Kaslor ; Jll.uo.
iMlin-Qulet : Jfi.75.
WHISKEV Steady ; J1.1S.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS , Minn..Sept. 18. WHEAT Cash
quite active. Itecolpts , 415 cnrs. Close :
No. I hard , on track. 02tf(39e ( : ! : No. 1 north
ern. September , OJc ; on track , U2 c ; No. 2
northern , 87@SOe.
Cincinnati Markets.
CINCINNATI. O. , Sept. 18. WHEAT Firm ;
No. 2 rod. 07S03c. (
CoitN Scarce : No. 2 mixed , We.
OATS Weaker ; No. 2 mixed ,
WHISKEV tl. 18.
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE , Win. . Sept IS. WHEAT Steady ;
No.2 spring , cash , 01@nac ; December. 04c.
COIIN Rnsy ; No. a. cnsh , S5c.
OATS-Stoady : now No. 2 , whltc.Mc.
Toleilo Grain Market.
TOLEDO , O. , Sept. 18. WHEAT Lower ; cash
and Septemher , USJJc.
COIIN Dull ; cash , S7o.
OATS Qulot , cash , Mo.
STOCKS ASH JtOXDS.
NEW YonK , Sopt. 18. The stock market ted ay
was the most active of any day for years , not
excepting the days of the November uantu ,
and there wns a great deal of excitement at
tending the trading at all times during the
day. There was u continuation of the buying
for the long account by outsldo speculators ,
both foreign and domestic , and the covering
of largo lines of short contracts liclcod along
the upward movement whllo they swelled the
volume of business to unusual proportions.
Another element In the day's operations , however -
over , was the enormous realizations on the
profits secured during the last few days , and
those operations during the forenoon were the
most Influential factor lu making the temper
of the market.
Ilio opening was made at higher price's than
those of lust evening , but whllo Reading was
up Rovon-etghts of 1 per cent. Loulsvlllo ft
Nashville was down five-eights of 1
per cenU Heading was still the center
of speculation In the forenoon , hut the crowd
of brokers In the spaces allotted to the dltfer-
ont stocks were unusually largo and whllo
Heading and Atchlson still maintained the
premier position In point of activity , other
stockssoon came to the front with moro sub
stantial advances. The heavy buying and the
heavy realizations of the forenoon
kout the market In an extremely feverish
state , the transactions footing up to enor
mous figures for the flrst hour , the excitement
bolng correspondingly Intense. Toward noon ,
however , the realizations slacked away under
the stubborn resistance of the market to the
pressure and the shorts cumo In to cover. In
the buying movement the granuors were most
conspicuous and Hock Island , Hurllngton and
St. I'uul took the place of Heading and Atchl-
BOII as loaders of tno market , Thu advance In
those shares was very sharp , and as compared
with tholr lowest figures Hock Island rose 4 !
percent , Hurllngton 2Ji per cent nnd St , I'aul
KU per cent , while among the specialties there
were equally pronounced movements.
Texas & Mexican Central. Milwaukee ,
I.ako Shore and Western and thu In
dustrials being very prominent. The
lowest figures were reached toward
2 p. m. and after that tlmo the traders who
had started In to take tho. market away from
shorts began to realize their profits and a ma
terial reaction occurred In the last hour ,
Reek Island going back 5)5 ) per cent and the
rest of the list from iino-olghth of 1 per cent
to IK per cent. Some of the moro blugglsh
shares of the forenoon were even carried down
below the level of the opening prices ,
and Ontario & Western lost a good
Hlleo of Us late rlt > o , dropping from
uaji to 2j. } The decline lusted
until the tumid of thu guvel and
the market closed rather heavy nt
the concessions , thonch a great majority of
the list are fractionally higher this ovenlng.
content with u rUe of only seven-eighths of 1
per cent.
Government bonds have been dull nnd
steady. Htato bonds have been quiet and linn.
The following nro the closing quotations for
Hie loading stocks on the New York stock exchange -
change ted ivy :
Thu total sulc.s of stocks today were 7 Moo ;
nlmros Ineludtnit : Atchlson , CU.Oxli : Canada
Houthcrn , 7.00J ; Ohloago Oai. 6,100 : Delaware ,
l.aokawannit A Western. uVfOOj Krlo , 25'Oli
{ looking Valley , a,77Ss I.ako Shore , 4,31Qi
I.oiiisvlUo It Nashville lO.tcni Missouri
1'oclllc , at.OW : Northwestern , 7,033t North
American , 8.113 : Northern I'aollIo.U.WiSi North-
era i'acltlopreferred , i-u.iMO ; I'uclflQMaina.atiS ;
Itoaduig , IM.J70 ; KlohmondVest I'olnt ,
8,020 ; UU 1'aul , 4JilOi Uoloa 1'aclUo , i'5,311 ;
Ft. I'aul A Omaha , 4CAO | Texas Pnaldc , 15.013 ;
Western Union , 0,8'M Wftbnsli ,
riunuulnl Itcvlcw.
Nr.wYoiiK , Sept. 18. The I'osl Rays ! The
markets of yesterday nnd today show con-
clililvnly onoiigh that huylng for the rlio l > y
siicculntlvo outsiders has hccomc a factor of
prime Importance. No other Interpretation
could bo put upon the trnnsact'ons ' of 6.10,000
shares yesterday nnd this with the larger
business of today , In the majority of these
securities In believed to hnvo been made
with thOTvId of stimulative pools. The belief ,
In confirmation of which there are ninny cur
rent Indications , thnt ono of the most Import
ant Interests in the speculative market has
sltinbornly resisted thu advance , makes this
outsldo movement particularly Interesting.
It Is to a very largo extent n market without
leaders. Heading's movement yesterday Illus
trates the value In a speculative way of a dis
tinct and favorahlo cnango In the o. lit look ol
tiny single Important stock. There 'may pos-
nlbly ho moro sensations of the kind in store.
Union I'aclllo and Richmond Terminal on the
other hand remain drags upon the general ad-
Tno' problem to bo solved , therefore , Is
whether these unlucky properties can bo ab
solutely Ignored , or whether they alone have
suffered severely from the recent prolonged
boycott of the bond market by Investors ? The
next few days will go far to glvo the answer.
Now York Money iHnrkct ,
NRwYoitK. Sept , IS. MONEY ON CAMEasy. .
ranging from : i per cent to 4 pur cent : last
loan , Uii per cent : closed offered at ; iJ ! per
cent.
I'lttMB MCHOANTII.T2 I'AVRIt S < { ® 7 percent.
HTBHUNO ExciiANfiK Weak nt ll.HUy for
fllxty-dxy : bills nnd fl.KIU for domnnd.
The following were the closing prices on
bonds :
U. a. 4s , rcKlstored..1ll ! M. K. AT. ( ) en4l69..4
do 4s , coup 117 Mutual Union f 103
do4K , rpK MM N. J.Cenl Int Cert..103
Tactile i ! ot'UJ UU Northern 1'na lets..US
Louisiana Stamp 4s. . F'l ' do 2d Il.'l
TemiPMCo N. H. C9..10 : ! Northwest' consols..CI3X
ilo Bs W > H do dol)0nturn. ' > . . . 105
no Hi "W.i .St. U&I. M. McnBs. . 'M
Canada HotlthornSds Wt Ht. I , . AH. K. ( Ion.M. . 103
Central 1'uclllc lsts..10. > St. I'nut connola 121 '
I ) . A II. U. Ista INK Ht. 1' . , C. A I * , lulu..U.I
do 4a T'JM , T. IM ( I. Tr. Ilcts. . 8.H <
I ) . A U. (1. West , Ufa. 7i ; ! { T. 1' . U. O , Tr. Itcls. . : i4i )
KrlnZds 10'IU Union l'uclilolBts..10' (
it. K.AT.Clan'lliii. . . ? 6)d ) Wont Shore 1IB
Klimuclnl Notes.
KANSAS CITV , JIo. , Sopt. 18. Clearings , $ ! , -
GI7i01. :
Nnw YOHK. Sept IS. Hank clearings today ,
lia,48l,091 ; : ; balances , JI.777.4G7.
IIAI.TIMOHI : . Mil. . Sept. Ifl. Clearings today
werof-.Wa.'M : balnnces , $ 'D7fiSO.
I'lin.ADKt.i'iiiA , I'a. . Sept. 13. Hank clear
ings today. { ll.4IO.rJD ; balances , $1,700,550 ;
money , 4'S ' per cent.
NKW Oiir.iiANB. La. , Popf. 18. Cloarlnes ,
$ lliri-"J8. New York exchange O'Jc. Hank COc.
Commercial JI.M per $1,0.0 discount.
ST. I.ouia , Mo. , Sept. 18. Clearings , $3,608-
40S ; balances , $2H.M7. Money , 7S per cent
Kxcllangoon Now Vork , > o discount.
HOSTON. MUM. , Hopt. 18. Hank clearings ,
today , IinlS7,7tti ; balances , $ lr : > ! ) . : i'J7 ; rates for
money , - ! , © ! tier cent ; exchange on Now
York , 17 to lUo discount.
CIIICAOO , 111. , Sept. 18. Money steady at 0
per cent ; bank clearings , JI4 , . " > 'II,87r > . Now
York exchange steady at 70c discount. Htor-
Itng exchange weak at * l.814 ! for CO day bills
and il.Si for sight drafts.
Ijoiidun Stoolc iHtirkor.
LONDON. Sept. 18. The following were the
London stock Quotations closing nt 4 p. in. ;
Consols money 91 15-Hl ICrlo DccomlH 107 ! (
Consols account.'J4 ' 15-lli Illinois Ccntrnl 10(1 (
U.S.4 HUM .Mexicanordinary. . . S < ! {
U.H. Hi 10i l St. 1'aitl common. . , . 744
N. Y. 1' . AO. firsts. . . 4I ( i I'ennsylvnnln f > GH ;
Canadian I'aclllo U2X Heading ; :
Krlo .IITli Mexican Ccn. . new 4s 7(1 (
ItAIlSir.VKH 11 lll-IOd.
MONKY ! 5 per cent Rate of discount In the
the open market for short bills , 2 per cent ;
throe-months bills , 2 ? per cent ,
German Unnk Statement.
IlKllMN , Sept. 18 , The statement of the Im
perial Hank of Germany shows a decrease lu
specie of l.U-'O.OOU marks.
Bnnlc ot'I3n lnml Itulllon.
LoNtON.Sopt. 18.-Amount of bullion with
drawn from the Hank of England on balance
today 12,000.
Paris ICente.s.
PAHtR , Sopt. 18. Throe per cent rentes 05f
72Jo } for the account.
Boston Stoclc Market
BOSTON , Mass. , Sept. 18. The following were
the closing prlcos on stocks on the Iloston
stock market today :
Now York Dry Goods Market.
NEW YOIIK , Sept. 18. In dry goods business
was fair. Dress goods wore uctlve. ShlrtlnR
[ irlnta are sold up for fall and agents are
booking orders for sprint : at prciont values.
Thu market was generally htronK In tone In
splto of declining cotton. UooJs are well
sold up. _
Porclfjii Oil Market.
LONPOX , Sept. 18. CALCUTTA LINSEED 12s
per quarter.
REFINKII I'ETHOI.EUM 5s Jfd per gallon.
Hi'iniTH or 1'GTitor.KUM 7idt7Uu. ! ( (
Tuitl'KSTlNE Si'ilttTS 28s peruwt.
ROSIN American strained 4id } per owl.
London Mcnt IMnrkot.
LONDON , Sept. 18. AMKHICAN RiniifiEttA- :
TOH HHIK : Koroquartors , afjan lid ; hlruhiuar-
ters , Us 4dMs 4d pur 8 pounds by thu carcass.
PlillaUolpIiInool. .
riur.AiiRi.pniA , I'a. , Sept. 18. Woor.-Im-
provcd domund ; prices unohanged ,
llnvnna MnrkotH.
0. HAVANA , Sept. 18.-Suanlsh gold , 2.38yffl
-JSJj.
Traders' Talk.
OiiiCAOo , III. . Sept 18.-IConnott. Hopkins ft
Co. to S. A. .MoWhortpr ; An oxoitliiK day on
"ohango during which frightened shorts bid
lirlcos up sharply on thonuolvus close's with
the market about where It closed yesterday
and pretty well evened up. The ulloKod pro-
lilbltlonot wheat exports by Russia did duty
in many forms. As ilnally reported the nro.
ilbltloii applies only to wheat exported aeross
the I'orblan frontier an I'ernla Is herself an ex
porter. This Hounds much lko | forblddine
tihlppliiK of fOttU to Newcastle. The only pos-
slblo oxulauatlon of suoh a stop geoms
to bo u fear that I'orsla mlilit become -
como a route of transportation for
Russian grain nnd as Hubslu owns the rail *
wa.vn It would naturally seek to stop Russian
products from being carried to market ever
any other line of transportation than Its own.
It fmnnattor apparently of no consequence ,
but It served to drlvo In gomu big aborts
.among them I'ardrldgo ) and relieved the mur-
L-ctof the tension cauvud by tholr short sales ,
The iioyunco Is Uuo toHpeoulatlon. loxltlmate
demand ctittliiK llttlo llguro. It Is doubtful
If these hulKCs can bo sustained
though the clearance ! tlum far
this week have been unusually largo
asiiregating over GUO.ouo In wheat and Hour
from Now Orleans and the Atluntlu coast , but
receipts at primary markets uro so greatly In
jxcusxof ihlpments and the visible is Increas
ing NO fust that ooiiHldorubly lower prices In
the near future seem almost assured. No new
export business nt the seaboard wan reported
up to the olusti of 'ohungo. The lonx f uturoa of
cornihowcd coniWdrabUi strength. ThN was
probably duo to l < maf\gottlng \ out of the near
options nnd lulu later months , The
decline In yoptomhcr and October con
tinue * ana lf't < warm weather lasts
few days longer long futures nro likely to bo
cold , it Is nollnv d > that May corn will ho
freely bought forlm'cslmcnt nt 40l2c. Pro
visions recovered ycjutorday'n decline. Thiiro
Is every onuotiruuoiAi-nt to buy them on the
llttlo brcaki nnd wrt don't boltovo It good
policy lo sell them n ) nil except to take pro-
ciliCAno , III. , gout. IS.-Swartx , Dupoo fc
MoCormlck to iJj-Swarlz ft Co. : llocom-
lie r wheat opened tills morning nt Mo , sold
back toli3c ! , tip tofl.00 and closed nt 03 ic.
The advance was cftu etl by strongur foreign
advices and reported removal of thn agita
tion nt export only on wheat from Russia ,
The latter slatted a buying movement for
both long and short account , n bU short line
belhg covered at the top. The weakness at
the close was the result of nn effort to get out
by local traders who had bought on the ad
vance. Cables were conlllcting but generally
stronger. Minneapolis nnd Dultith had HI
cars. Export clearances about half a million
bushels , not Including Hour , Corn openct
weak on continued nno weather and liberal
selling of September for Now Vorlc account
but rallied late on the advance In wheat.
Provisions llrmcr , and they advanced a llt-
tlooarlv. There were only 10,003 hois , tlio os-
tlir.ato for Saturday only ll.OOO. Wo fool bear
ish on provisions ,
CIIIC.MIO , III. , Sept. 1C. Cotinsolnmtut Day to
Cockrell Ilrothers ; Wheat opened active and
about Uc higher. Cables were Just enougl
( Inner to liidtico the so-called llutchlnson
crowd and tholr following' to keep their wheat
olT the market and watcii for some Item ol
news strong eunuch to imiUo It tolerably xnfo
to go gunning for the short speculators. This
finally catuo In the receipts of 0,2."iO)0 ( ) bushels
of wheat and Hour clearances from Ilvo ports.
So fir this week exporters are doing nn active
business in Dultith ana a fair market nt sea
ports and an opportune private cable quoting
Antwerp oxoltotl on account of the fear that
Russia would prohibit the export of wheat
A leading short was worried Into covering
1.000,1100 to I.MW.OOO and the market thereafter
relapsed In the face of higher closing cables
and the whole advance of the day was
lost. Wo still advise kccpinff to the
short side , believing the present ex
ports are principally to Ilil sales
from thirty to sixty days ago nnd that the
accounts will tire out holders before stiles nt
present prices can bo made In any con
siderable amounts. Corn advanced 2e on
heavy buying by the former clique houses ap
parently on graded orders which hammer was
suspended when wheat bccnmo top heavy.
Wo prefer awaiting a bulge before advlilng
short sales. Provisions started off with a
show of strength In sympathy with grain.
There was not enough business to sustain It ,
nnd when scalpers attempted to realize the
market declined and closed only a shade
above yesterday and rath' > 'Llumpy In tone.
CIIICAOO. III. , Sept IS. . ' * JU. Lo nn & Co. to
Hryan Commission company : Whoacoponod
qulat. December soiling at 03c , sold of to OS > { o
and as high as tl.0vlg. ? The close Is ISi ? ,
Cables Rive higher prices lu the United King
dom and on the continent lower. As wo look
nt the position and values , American wheats
uro low compared with all other exporting
countries : ind believe In buying lu this mar
ket on breaks. It may bo only n scalping
market for a short tlmo ; ultimately wo look
for higher prices. In corn the liquidation has
been heavy In September nnd October. Wo
look for lower prices for both options. The
trading In May Is on the Increase and popular
sentiment Is that May Is selling at about Its
value. I.lttlo doing In oats , with only frac
tional fluctuations. A fair business doing In
provisions. The pauklng Interest Is more dis
posed to buy than to soil.
031.111 A 1. ATOC'K MA11KKTS.
OMAHA , Sept. ' 18.
CATTLE Official receipts of cattle , : i.ooi.
as compared with 3.WS" yesterday and 2,080
Friday of lust wo0k. Market slow and dull.
Hutcher stuir In heavy supplv and poor de-
nitiud. Market weak. B10c lower. Good 1,000
to 1,200 pound mitt vo feeders active and steady
Common llzht stockers n drug on the market.
Hoas-OIIIcIal receipts of Hogs , 2,701. ns
compared with 2.1JI yesterday , and 2.84g
Irlday of lust week. Heavy hogs nctlvo
a shade stronger. iLIght nnd mixed about
steady. Market closed Urnl and everything
sold. Light. flXXa5.0j ! ; heavy. I4.UK55.7.V.
mixed , f. > .00fji.'j.0. ( > .
SIIKEP OHiclal receipts of sheep 3 ,
-ns compared with npno yesterday , and none
Krldny of last wc'olc. Market unusu.illy
steady. .
HOUSES Offlclal Receipts of horses 17 ! > . as
compared with none yesterday and none Fri
day of last week.
Receipts nnd Disposition of Stock.
Ofllclal receipts an'Q disposition of stock us
shown by the books of thu Union stockyards
company for the twojitv-four hours cndlug at
5 o'clock , p. m. , Se'ptemuor-18 , 1831 :
DISPOSITION.
2..1105 3 CO
CALVES.
2 00 . 240 3 00 3. . 00 3 SO
L'40 250 . 310 3 00 7. . 253 300
STAGS.
1. . 710 1 BO
JIULLS.
1..1410 1 75 , .1310 1 00 1..1220 100
1..1420 2 00
STOCKBIIS AND
77. . C37 2 00 2. 705 2 50 4. OSO 300
15. . 817 2 10 (1. ( . 031 2 50 3. 1163 3 CO
18. . 620 2 15 1. . 720 2 00 51. 030 3 05
17. . 870 2 25 17. . 572 2 CO 21 -.1103 310
1. . 75) ) 225 U. . HS5 2 80 14..12CO 315
M . tCH 2 30 G..131(1 ( 2 07i ! 26..10U1 325
JO. . 03 2 40 1..11RO 3 00 20. .1120 325
0. . 5'J1 2 40 21..12GO 300 20..11TO 335
STK1SUS.
1..1200 360 B5..12V7 550
JIILKIHS : ANU SPIIINRCIIS.
"
1 milker . . * 38 00
1 mtlUcr IWOO
Icowandoalf 2500
leow nnd calf 23 00
Icow and calf. . . 20 00
WESTEHN CATTLK.
No. Av. Pr.
4G heifers , spayed 1000 { 2 25
Cross & li.
2co\V8 835 150
20cows 007 203
25 feeders 10G9 2 no
lOstcers 1151 310
TcKchcmaclior & Doltllller.
Scows 805 200
IGcows 005 200
107 cows 1142 200
aOstoors VJOi 3 10
10 feeders 1111 2 U5
Middlesex L. 8. Co.
1 cow k 830 2 10
23 feeders ; - . / , mu 2 65
1 feeder , ' -ia 1120 285
1 feeder. ? . ' ; ! 10M 2 85
20 feeders i ; * ' * 1103 285
Moran Ilros , / ,
4 COWH , 1002 2 0)
20 COWS , , „ . 0-7 2 00
10 Bteers \J \ 1178 3 15
Uuthrlo & OsKninp.
01 cows I * . ' . ' . 057 2 05
17J feeders n.i. 112T 3 00
Kmorsoii , lluliqrKoiuicJy. :
73 cows rti- . . . . . , Oi2 2 10
Ohas. I'ollardl' ' ' '
It bulls . ' ! , ! 1200 1 75
I.co Mooro. l .
3 cows v//.J 080 2 00
2steors 7i } o : 3 10
2 steers n.i > 12H5 3 10
4 sloors ii.-iul 1177 3 10
12 steers , vrj 1252 3 10
Donald Alcln. , r
" " ' 007 S 15
ISHcows . . : "
5 ! ) calves . " , . , 104 2 75
1P3 calves. y . . 140 3 75
13 steers U 11U2 3 25
Kl feeders i.-.i' 1031 2 00
10 calves 310 2 00
.1. Moran ,
CO feeders 1110 275
K. II. East ,
1 hull , 1 > 1 f > 0
Suull 14(18 ( 1 00
7 COWH UJ'l 2 00
10 feeders 1000 2 85
.1. U. Hunter.
7fl feeders , 1103 3 25
25cows 11C2 2 10
75 cows , 1114 U 35
Dahlman ftS ,
4 cows 1015 1 75
SicuWB 1048 2 10
1 stag HN > 2 5'J
75 feeders. iM 2 85
20 feeders . . . . .I. . : : . . , BW 2 CO
LATE VESTEHDAV.
Ort steers , , , . , 1191 J25
ir.'fet-dors . . . 121 ! ) 3 33
110QS.
No. Av. fih. Pr. 110QS.No. . Av. SM. Pr.
D3 100 (20 ( tl 40 131 201 120e502 > ,
5 . . . . 218 tiO 4 40 87 207 200 005
1 310 4 51 74. . . .100 40 505
" 2 JB3 210 4 0 84. . . .238 120 60S
5 240 bO 4 5 ! ) 54. . . .SSI 505
6 20H 4 b5 52. . . ,305 200 5 05
4..343 40 1 00 2S4 40 505
8 . 1M - 400 ( H . S7I 40 8MB
40 . 2S9 ! 40 4 IX ) 0,1 . KC1 40 505
S . 228 4 00 73 . 24'J 120 605
M . 202 120 4 TO 04 . 23 ! ) 200 505 :
M . SOI R ) 4 05 M. , ,8 l 80 605
45 . 27i 100 4 IW 73 . 233 5P5
67 . 823 280 405 72 . 210 80 607(4 (
59 . UXJ KO CCO 67 . 2 6 10
M . 217 240 BOO f > U . ! : ! _ BIO
07 . 204 400 600 C5 . 200 SO BIO
81 , . . . .212 80 B 00 67 . 314 43 510
68 . 255 120 600 03J7U IfiO 510
C3..251 240 BOO Kl . V33 40 610
GS . 205 320 6 00 2.1 . 270 512'
3 . 840 6 00 28 . 2112 120 6 12J
M . aiS ICO 600 Kl . 307 40 5 I2i
M..2JO 80 602J4 Kl . 231 40 6 12i
7U..2CO ISO 50214 72 . 145 80 6 12S
I'KIS AND KOUOII.
1 . 310 360 1 . 583 310
1 . 1150 263 68 . 201 40 315
37 . 100 3 00
_
Chicago Mvo Htoolc Market.
CniCArm , 111. , Sept. 18. [ Special Tolopram
to THE HF.K.-Tho ] most hopeful thlnK to bo
said of today's cattle inarUet Is thnt In attcn
oral way It was In no worse condition than 01
the prcci'dlni ! two or thrco ( lavs. A drop It
receipts front 20.000 to 11,000 had noothcr olfoo
than to arrest the downward course of prices
which nt the close of yesterday's trading
had reached a point from 15o to 40a per lot
pounds below the prices ruling ono week IIRO
The wants of the trade Were less than on pic
ceding days of the week , us the majority o
buyers had already secured tholr full com
plement of stock. l.Gsocncd eompetltlot
made It dtntcult for sellers to imloiu
oven at the low prices of the day ho fore. In
fact a good many cattle remained on tholr
hands at the close. The receipts were abou
5,500 natives and an ential number or rancor * .
The former sold on a basis of from * 1.00 to * 'l.7.
for Inferior to cholco cows , f 1,75 to 1.25 for
Btockora and feeders , and $ ' . ' .75 to Jd.25 for
shipping steers , whllo rancors were iiuoted a
from $1.00 to JI.75 for westerns anil at JI.40 to
t3.5 ! forToxans.
The calf nmrKct was active at from $2.00
to 5.2. ) . Prices for hogs ranged about the
same as on Thursday , light weights selling at
from tl.60 toi.V5anu poor to cholco medltin
and heavy at from JI.G5 to $5.50. To bring
outsldo quotations a strictly first clnss article
was required and there was ou.y hero am
there a load that " ( Hied the Iblll. '
Krom tl.75 to * 5.I5 fop light and
J5.10 to (5.33 for heavy ritid medium , were
the prices at which most hogs wnro
wolirhed. The hot weather operated as i
check upon the shipping demand , but there
was very free buying by local packers ant
salesmen did not find It necessary to carryover
ever any considerable number. The close was
steady.
The Evening Journal reports : OATTi.n lle-
cclpts , 11,000 ; shipments , Jf > 0 ( > . Market gluttc (
and prices demoralized ; prime natives. 15.50
4J5.80 ; no natives sold ; good to cholco , SI.50 ®
5.40 ; others , f3.IOS2.33 ; Texans. J2.-0i.05 :
stookcrs. fl.rwi.oo ; rangers , $ J.40 < S1.GO : poet
cows and ht'lfcrs , S2.00&2.G ) .
Jlona Kecolpts , 17,000 ; Bhlpmcnts. 0,500
Shipping grades steady to strong : packing
lower ; rough and common , il.2J@I.GO ; mixed
and packers. il.4lK$5.fO ; prime heavy am
hutchor weights , $5.255.ft ; ; prlmo light , $4.75
( & 5.30 ; gra sers and light , S'.LM&t.M.
SllKF.r Hcceluts , 5,000 : shipments , 1,800 :
mnrkct sternly : natives , Jl.004.80 ; westerns ,
$3.754.23 ; Texans , $3.4534.23 ; lambs , J.1,50 ®
5,23. _ _ _ _ _ _
New York Ijlvc Stock Market.
NEW YOIIK. Sept. 17. HEEVKS Receipts ,
4.7U' ) head , tneludlng 7 cars for sale ; market ,
extremely dull , lOo per 100 Ibs lower : natlvo
steers , $3.755.2J ; Texans and Colorados , $2,7.1
® 4.0 : ! : bulls and cows..7iVay.OO : dressed beef ,
dull ; 7 © ! > ! * o per pound ; shipments tomorrow ,
1.050 beeves nnd 3 , < GO ( Barters of beef ,
OALVKH Receipts , 453 head : market dull ;
veals. J5.007.7. ) per 100 Ibs ; grnssors , J2.2ri2.05.
SiiKEi' Receipts , 0.750 heart ; market very
dull , shade lower ; shcop , 4,00(34.75. ( ; lambs$5.1,0
lions Receipts , 1,878 chead. Including 2 cars
for sale ; market steady at $5.10 < &j.OO per 100
Ibs.
_
Kansas City Iilvo Ktook 3Inrkcts.
KANSAS CITV , Mo. , Sent. 18. OATxr.B Ho-
celuts , 7,200 ; shipments , 433 : ! ; market dull and
lower ; steers , f.'l.255.G5 ; cows , fl.50Q3.75 ;
stockers and feeders. $ ' . ' .45 ® . ' ! . 45.
Hoas Receipts , ( Jr.0 ; shipments , ROO : market -
ket steady to 5c lower ; bulk , $ I.801. W ; all
grades , JIl.OOffi5.00.
Sit EKP Receipts , 370 ; shlptnonts , 950 ; mar
ket steady. _
St. IjoulH lilvu Stouk itlnrkct.
PT. Louis. Mo. , Sept. 18. CATTLE Receipts.
2,500 ; shlpmentp , 'WOO ; market slow ; fall
to choice natives , $ . ) .005.85 ; Texans ami
Indians , $ J.30i.OO : ; canners , $ I.3i3.10.
Hoas Receipts , 8,000 ; shipments. 4,400 ; mar
ket steady ; heavy. $ j.lO3.25 ; mixed , $4.70 ®
5.10 ; light , J5.005.20.
Frcsli Fruits.
SWEET POTATOES Per U ) , 3o.
CllAli Al'i'LES 1'cr bbl , $ ' . > .50@3.00.
CANTALOUPES Per doz. $ I.OO1.25.
PEACHES California Crawfords , slnglo case
lots , $1.25 ; ten ca.se lots , 81.10 ; Michigan , per
bnskct , GOc. -
OiiAi'KS Homo grown , 10-lb baskets , 350 ;
25-lb baskets lots , 3043-'o ; Muscat , per crate ,
S1.60@1.75 ; Rose Peru. tl.iri l.SO.
PEAKS California llartlott , 42.75 ; other Cal
ifornia varieties , tS.SX8fi.SO.
PI.U.MS California , gros and Ilungarlun
prunes. $1.50 ; German prunes , $1.35.
APPLES Per bbl , $ i2.vS2.50.
OIIASOCS Per box. Imported , $6.53.
WATEUMEI.ONS Kancy , crated. 1GlSc.
LEMONS Per box , $0.00 ; fancy Maori , 53.00 :
1IANANAS Per bunch , $2.002.50 for good
shipping stock.
CiiANUEKitiKS Oaoo Cod , per bbl , $9.00(310.00 ( ;
Wisconsin Bell and llngle , per bbl. , $8.75.
Flour.
Omaha Milling company. Reliance. Patent ,
$2.00 ; Invincible. Patent , $2.80 ; Lone Star. Su
perlative , $2.50 ; Snowllakc , $ . ' .10 ; Fancy Fam
ily , $2.0.1
H. T. Davis Mill company. No. 1 and Cream
High Patent , $2.85 ; Hluo I ) , and Red R. $2.(1J ( ;
Lion nnd Hawkoyc , $2.40 ; Royal No. 10 , Spe
cial Patent. $ . ' 1.01 ; Minnesota and Dakota ,
Patent , $2.00 ; Kansas Hard Wheat , Patent.
$2.GO ; Netiraaka Straights , $2.50.
E. F. Oilman's Hold Metal. $2.RO ; Snow White ,
$2.5" ; Snowllake. $ . ' .10 ; low grade , $1.00 ; Queen
of the Pantry. $2.110 ; Minnesota Speculative ,
. feed $ ' . " . ' .00.
$2.80 ; bran , I13.b0 ; chopped ,
VcKctnlilcs.
Tlio following quotations represent the
prices at which cholco stock Is billed out on
orders unless otherwise stntod :
ONIONS Homo grown , 4053o per bu.
CKMIUV Per doz. , 33e.
TOMATOES Per bu. , $1.03.
OAliiiAGE-'llomo grown. Ic per Ib.
HEANS Navy , J..5'J2.05 per bu.
POTATOES Local growers are supplying tlio
demand almost rxolnslvoly at 235c per bu.
SWEET POTATOES Jersey , $5.50 per bbl.
Country I'rotlticc.
Enns Market steady at ! GlGVic.
Pout/ruv Market weak ; receipts Unlit.
About the outsldo on old fowls and chickens Is
$2.75 and small chickens have sold as low as
$2.00 and good sizes at $2.50 ; good ducks , IX00.
llUTTKit The best country butter , good
enough for city trade , sells at JSffllte ; packers'
stock , ll12c.
JOHN A. MCtillA.NE. K11A.NK O CONIIO.N
McShane & Condon ,
INVESTMENT BANKERS ,
300 a 13th St. , First National Bank Bulll
ing , Omaha , Nob. .
Deal In tock , boml , seourltlei , oo-misrclil pi
per , ate. Noxotlxta la mi uu I'riiirjvol O uitii rj >
entiito. Bliurt tlmu laiiai , on ; bank Block , or oils
approreil collatorul > ocurlt >
VETERINARYSPEC1FIG5
For Horsoa , Cattle , Shcop , Dogs , Hogs , .
AND POULTRY.
200 Pnnre Uoolc u Treatment of Aiilnmli
and Chart bent 1'reo.
CURES dOYcri > ConKCMlanfiInflaninintIoa
A.A.lHplnal MonTiiultlH , Mlllt 1'ovur.
Jl.lt. Htrnlnn , I.aiiieni'sn. KhfumiUlsm. .
< : , ( ! . --IMmompor , NiiHUl Dlncbiu'uce.
l.l--Ilitu or CrubvVoruiH. .
K.K.-Coniilis , Hcnvcii , Pneumonia.
J'.lf.--Collo or ( Jrlyrs. Ilcllyacbo. '
< } . ( ! . nitHcnrrlugo , lloinorrhuguH.
II.II. Urinary nml Kidney Diseases.
. . HrnplIvo IlHMiNC8 , Miinire.
, K.--llsf iiHi'H of invention , I'arulyalB.
Clnclo Dottlo ( over BO doses ) , - - .00
Htalilo On c , with Specincs , ManuAl ,
Veterinary CUre Oil and Modlcator , 87.00
Jnr Veterinary Cure Oil , - - l.OU
Sold bT DniKclitsi or Sent Prepaid anywhera
and in any quantity on Receipt of Price.
HUMPHREYS' MBDIOIND CO. .
Corner William " " f j" > | Kew * or > [ ;
HTIMPSEEYS'
HOMEOrATHIC
jt.irsSPiiGIFIG flo.1
lu use 30 jt.irs . The cnN tticoeiiful remedy for
Nervous Debility , Vital Weakness ,
nd 1'roetratlon , from over-work or other c use .
Ml per via ) , or SvUU and lumu rial powder , for 98.
BOLD BY niinnotsTit , or tout noatpald oo receipt
Of prlcc.-HUMPHnEYS' MEDICINE CO. ,
OD.WUllara and John Bts. , N. Y.
UNION DEPOT HOTEL.
Corner 10th nnd Mason Streets.
Now building , now furniture , overr thlnx II "t
rlnis ; ttneit location In thu city : alt modern Im-
jnireiuoiUi ; Hlumu Heat ; ( iat : Call llellss Until
md HarberHhoiiln coruiecitont Clcctrlo und Caula
Ciiritoanr part of tlio cltr Try us and ltd con
vinced lhat wo have the best linuso for the money
west of Chicago. Kales from II .IU to JI.M per d.iy
ONLY FREEREKEDY.
ONLYreci rr.Ur.4. I'trU > > lirrd. Cur *
il He . 1 llliUillr ! ( mil the
reci e itciUd ) I KtK to isy tuiftiti , U It
. . . . .
tria llCffCuic. A.i.lrt.lW S.
JAQUUS.U.I ) . , if W. tlhSl. , CluliuuU.O
OMAHA
f and Mb
DIRECTORY.
AWNINGS AND TENTS.
Omnha Tout & Awn
ing Oo , ,
HUE * , hummocks , all nnd
rublicrclothlntr. Bond for
catalogue. 1113 Fnrnam.
HAGS AND TWIN MS.
BomlsOraalmBagOo.
liuporlors nnd Mnnufac.
turers ,
Flour Sacks. Hiirlnps and
Twine.
niCYCLES.
BOOK HINDERS and STATIONERS
Ackorman Brothers & Hointzo ,
Printers , binders , cloctrotrpoM , blank book timnu-
fnoturora.
IMS Howard itrcot , Onmhn.
JIOOTS AND SIIOKS
Ohas. A. Coo&Oo. KirkomlallJonos&Oo ,
.Mnnufacttircn nml Job \VliolcmloMnnu fnctnr'ri
bers. AKOnts for llOJlon Hub *
bor Shoo Co. 1103 , 1101 ,
IIW Hownrrt treot. nmlllW , llnrnoy utreot.
CAR IMAGES , JWGG1ES , ETO.
CIGARS.
West & Fritscher ,
Mnnufactiiros nnocigars ,
Jobbers of leaf tabncco.
lOll Tarnam Street.
COAL , COKE , ETC.
Omaha Goal , Ooko & Ooutant& Squires ,
Lime Cj. , Hard nnd soft coal ship
Hard nnd soft coal. S. K. ' per. * .
cor. lUth nnd Douglas 1303 I-'arnainstroct
streets. Omaha.
LVMliEIt.
Q. W. Douglass & Oo John A Wakofiehl ,
ImportPil\merlcnn 1'ort
Ilnnlirooil litimbor , land Omen I , Mlhvatt
ken llrdrnullr t'ptneii
ISlOXorth inth Street. nndyulncy White Muio
0. A. Stonehill , I. Oborfelder & Oo. ,
Jlllllnory , Notloni.Cloaks Importers nnd Jobbers la
ICtc. Millinery.
SIM , 210 nnd 212 South 1UU
IIO-II9S. 10th St. , Onmlin. Street.
MUSIC A L JXSTK UM KXTSt ITO.
Max Meyer & Bro Oo A. Hospe , Jr. ,
Jt'f'K Jowolcrs , dealers In lMinni : , Ork'nns , Artist * '
muslcnl Instruments . , Materials , Ktc.
etc.
Karnam nnd intb. 111.1 DniiKUs Street.
OYSTERS.
Platt & Co. ,
Oysters , Fish and Celery ,
310 South 10th St
OILS.
Consolidated Tank
Line Oo.
Defined nnd lubricating
oils , uzlo Kruitsu , etc.
H. I ) . ltutb , Maimxcr.
Eobert Purvis , E. B. Branch & Oo. ,
1S17 Howard Street. Produce , fruits of all
Wrllo for prlcoH on butter
kinds ,
ter , OKKS poultry , and oysters ,
mime. nth anil Ifarncy Streets.
Zirschbraun & Sons , Jas. A. Olark & Oo. ,
lluttcr , chccic , epi'i
Butter , CKKS and poultry.
.
poultry and fnmo.
1200 Howard Street , COUSouth 13th Street ,
' Bates & Oo , ,
Country produce , fruits ,
vecc'lablcs , grocers' spo-
claltlt9. teas , spices , etc.
4I7-J1J S. llth St.
1'APEK. HUllDMl GOODS
Oarpenter Paper Co. , Omaha Eubber Oo. ,
Carry a full stock of Manufacturers and Job
printing , wrnpphu nnd bers nil kinds rubber
writing paper , card pa KOOds.
per , etc. ISM Karnam Street.
SEEDS. STO VJiS.
Emerson Seed Oo , James Hughes ,
Peed growers , donler * In Stoves repairs of all klndl
Karden , Krnss , grain and Cookaand 11 enters
tree seeds. for salu.
(21-I2J South 15th. TOT S. Utb Street.
SASH , DOOKS , 11LIXDS , ETO
M. A , Disbrow & Oo , Bohn Sash & Door Oo
Manufacturers of Manufacturers of mould-
doors , blinds and Ink's , blinds , doors , cto.
mouldings. Ilrnncli r > f- Olllce :
llcc , 12th and IznrdSts. Itoom 423 llea Ilulldln ; .
STEAM AND WATER SUPPLIES
U. S. Wind Eugino & A. L. Strang & Sons ,
Pump OD.
, - ' '
lOJ--IOOi l-'nrnam Street ,
Halllday Wind Mills.
913 and .r.D.lories Struct. . .
Oinalia. Neb.
( i.F. Hess , nctliiKmanai'r
TEA , COFFEE , SIICES.
Consolidated Ooffeo
Company ,
1414 and Itlii llnrnoy St. ,
Omnha , Neb.
TOYS , RD8 ,
II. Hardy Oo , , TheBrunswiok-
Toyn. iloll.i , nlbiims , Balko-Oollondor Oo. ,
fnncy goods , house fur- Illlltanl mcrclinndliio. v/
iil hliiK K O.S , chllil- Snlnon lUtiiref.
ren' onrrlnwt. 407 , 40U H. loth Struct ,
KII'J fnrnnin Street. Oinnlin.
SOUTH OMAHA.
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. , LIMITED
A. D. Boor & Oo' . , ' Hunter & Green ,
g-W Kxclmniio Ilulldlni ; ,
Houth Omnlm. South Omnlin.
MIssKllix Joseph loft .vcstcniay for Lnvp.
land , Uolo. , where she will teach In thopublU
schools during the COIIIIIIK year.
IB IBB I
COMMISSION MERCHANT ,
Nos. 2 and 4 Shormnn St. .
Roomi GO & CO. CHICAGO.
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