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Til 17. OMAHA IWir.V NttR. 17 1H09
DUN'S RbVIEff OF THE WEEK
Cholera Hcs Landed , but it lit s Not as Yet
TRADE CENTERS REPORT - < 300D BUSINESS
* \ '
nlonry ririitynnd In ( Innil Dciniinil Activ
ity Prevail * In All the Omit liiclim-
trlos Clearing Homo Mntrincnt *
Ailairs iiVull Street.
NKW YOIIK. Sept. 10.H. . G. .Dun & Co.'s
weekly rovlou- trade will suy : Cholera
has lauded and the business of Now York
goes on exactly ns if It bad not. Tno selling
of stocks has been quite heavy , nnd tbo tie-
cllno In pilcos has nvoraged about SJ per
aharolorull too actlvo list. Mouoy Is In
ample supply and the demand from the In
terior Is less than usual nt tills sca on , but
liireo amounts are held out of the loan mnr-
ket by people who nrolooltlng for exceptional
opportunities to buy cheaply.
There has been much talk about pcstilocco
as un excuse for low prices of breadstuff *
nud cotton , but the fact that the enormous
stock * brought over from lust year afford a
sufllcliMit reason for exceedingly low prices.
Utcctpls of wheat ut the principal western
ports in four days of this week have been
fiUlt3SJ3 : bushels" , while the Atlantic export *
have been only 1,005 , ii5 : bushels , and It. Is
not sliango tint tbo price has declined % '
cents. At " % cents this wheat Is lower
than it ever has boon In Now York except
in two days in 1SSI. Corn has declined > <
cent In sympathy , but It is also the fuct that
western advices regarding the growing crop
nro more favorable. Oats have fallen \4
cent nnd lard is n shade weaker. In cotton
there has been heavy selling iind'Soptombor
options nro timow 7 cents , though ttie price
for spot cotton Is tinchaugcd. Oil has de-
cltnou cent , but coffee Is ; Vcent stronger.
IloporU from lliiilniM * Contort.
At Boston trade In dry goods Is unusually
large for September. Woolen mills nro well
supplied with orders nnd the distribution Is
remarkably full. Bool and shoe shops nro
crowded with orders.
At I fiirt ford trndo la satisfactory.
e At Philadelphia trndo In dry goods is tbo
) most satisfactory for many years. Wool Is
/ in fnir dcinand ; tobncco Improves and trade
In chemicals Is actlvo. and especially so in
At IMttsburg the iron trade Improves with
increased dtnmnd , though Bessemer pig is
\vcnkor. Window glass world nro resuming.
Tradu nt Cleveland h good In most lines ,
with iron In belter demand and money active.
Hut nil traio at Cincinnati is ijuiot.
At Detroit orders for freight cars exceed
capacity of works for months to come.
At Chicago business Increases.
Trade ut Milwaukee Is brisk und nt Omaha
A LM'iicrous full trnclr * Is oxncctcd at St.
Louis and ut ICansas City business is satis
factory. All western collections are reported
M'ruuo nt Louisville Is improving , nt Nashville -
villo fair and nt Little Koolt satisfactory ,
wlillo at Montcomory caution prevails , and
at Galvrslon thu Into cotton crop causes slow
At New Orleans business is only fair nnd
mouev is in strong demand , but cotton lower :
wnllo sugars und rice nro active und strong.
The demand for .structural Iron Is very en
couraging and plate mills nro well supplied ,
but quotations nro variable and bar Iron is
unsettled. Copper Is lower at llj.j'cand tin
, nt'O.UOIn spite of largo distributions , but
lead Is more a'oady at from 4c to . "c. There
is n heavy demand for cotton nnd medium
bleached goods nro hichor with browns Jinn.
Garnets are stronger.
Money has been steady nt 4 DOT cent , wlillo
foreign exchange hus fallen so far that ex-
por's ' of gold uro unprofitable. The treasury
has uudttl 51,500.000 gold and SfiOO.lXH ) silver
to its .stock , nliiio butting out -100,000 addi
tional paper. Here , us in all par Us of tbo
country , tiie supply of money is ample for | o-
gitlmato needs , nnd tno shrinkage of specu
lation is helpful as regards the possibility of
monetary ptessuro later.
Tim business failures occurring throughout
tbo country dut-ng the lastsovpu days num
ber Ib : . ' . as compared with tha totals of 170
lust week. For the corresponding week of
lost year the llguros were SKW.
CMMItl.VK llt-.i : .STATIJ3IKNTS.
Omuliti CloirliiH | Amount to Almost 81 , .
OOO.OOO u Hay Ki > pi > rlH from Other Cltict.
Niw YOIIK , Sent. 10. The following table
complied by Uradstrcot'.s show bank clenr-
Infs for the wooii ending September 15 , IbiCJ ,
nnd thu p 'montage of lncrca o nnil dccrcaso
ns comuarea with the corresponding week of
WALL , STIIIIT A VIIK. :
Cliolrra Soar en Him. H I > Uoriniil/Iii In-
lluencn Uiuii tliti . lurkut.
New YOUK , Sept. 10. Uraihtroet , lu Ms
Wall street rovloxvor the wcok , BOTSJ
Speculation ba * again oxhlulloa iu sonslbll.
\\y \ to the ( llsorKA'iultif ; lulluoncw of tbo
obolura scare. 4t would , perhaps , bo moro
correct to say that tha marltct bail drifted
Into a condition which Invited the liquida
tion niul that the nnnouticomont of cholera
DOJies In thli city only hastened a crisis wlilcu
ITU already luavitablo. Tbo declluo of a
fortnight URO llauldatoa the greater part
of tbo public Interest In the mnrkot
which Indeed was somewhat too heavy , par
ticularly In tbo Industrial shares. At that
time tbo trading bad been utmost entirely In
tbo-hands of the professional * , a largo sec
tion of whom were inclined to operate on tbo
bear sltlo. It Is true that up to Wednesday
afternoon tbo creation of a short liuertxt In
various stot'ki bcoined to afford opportunity
to thu bulls and resulted In several vigorous
rallies on enforced covering of short con
tracts. Tbo dUnuiotlni ; announcement tnado
by tbo Hoard of Ilealtu of this city mar bo ,
however , usoil 10 tbo utmost uy the boars ,
and was followed on Thursday bv the circu
lation of rxaRgoratud rumors , The llrjulna'
tlon , howuvurva quite mvt'it oia : the de
clines produced sxtcnded throuchout the
ontlrolUt , Itlv tiotlcciiblo , however , thattbo
tncsl Mrikins losses occurred In tboso itocka
In which the Ofrtr party hn been mo t nct
Ivc. Thli. with tbo manifest oiaierntlnu
th\l has been suffered to prevail about tha
whole matter , tended to produce n reaction
of RDoculatlvo feeling and to engender moro
conlldcnt views , both at to the situation and
its effect upon values. At tbo same time It
Is notlceabio ihitttho conservative Interests
view tbo situation ns one In which caution Is
ndvlinolc , since oven though the cnro may
provo to bo unnocccssary , its effect * mteht
include Interruption of ircner.il business and
of railroad tr.illlc , the rumor of n UUnoltton
to institute qtrantino at Interior iiomts hav
ing a particularly disquieting cfTect.
I'rncnro It Itrtnri ! I.nnvini ; llnnic.
Tbrcoyoa'M ao , while I 'VA * vUitmc rela-
tlvoi at Higlnsvlllo , Mo. , I was suddenly
taken with colic and severe pains in the
stomach. My relatives sent to the doctor
for modlclno , nnd bo sunt mo n bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic , Cholera nnd Dlarrhrca
Ht-tnoilv , tolling the nearer that If ' .hut mod
lclno did not cure mo ho could not proscribe
anything that would. I used It an J was immediately -
mediately relieved , Htixur A. TIIUF&UX.
I'UUXl ) O.V A Jt.tt'2' ,17 A/J.I.
Throw Survivor * of \VrrcKciI IlrltUh Vos-
ftrl Itrnruril After A\vfill SillTrrllli ; .
HALIFAX , N..S. , Sapt. 15. The schooner
Amelia , which arrived hero from the Grand
Hanks , has aboard three men , the solo sur
vivors of the Dntlsh bark Hone. The Hoob
soiled from Nash Crook , N. B. , August Ifi ,
for Now South Wales. On Aucuit 21 , when
within thirty or forty league * of Capo IMco ,
sbo encountered a heavy gale , during which
she commenced to take water , which getting
down on her lee ride , together with her
hoitgy dock load , throw her on her beam
ends. An effort was made to cut the deck
load adrift In order to rlgnt her , but wnllo
tbo tuato u ? cutting away the lashing the
bark suddenly turned completely over. Tbo
crow all managed to got on the keel , but
were only there a few minutes when a heavy
sea dashed over the upturned vessel , carryIng -
Ing them all Into tnf ) ocean. A large num
ber of deals from the dock load were floating
about , and onto thorn the men scrambled.
Threoof the men , Doatswatn William Kooao
nnd Able Seamen Arthur Frank JolllTo , and
John Nicholas managed to construct a
ruft , but the others were not so successful
nnd nil Htmllv succumDod. The three men
drifted about the sea for four davs , dttrl.iir
which time tdoy sighted vessel's several
times nnd made signals , but tt xvas not until
the 23th that the schooner Amelia saw and
rescued them. During the time thu three
men were on the raft they suffered Intensely
both from hunger and thirst , anil lu order to
keep tboir tongues moist Joliffe cut some
straps from his so.i boots into pieces , and
these straps they chewed.
"I take pleasure in recommending Cham
berlain's Colic Cholera Diarrhuji
, and Kern-
ody , " nays Goo. C. Bankston of Mill Creek ,
111. "It Is the best medlcino I have "over
used fordiarrhcua. One dose will cure any
ordinary case. " For sale by druggists.
AI''fiK TllK CO 11 , t'CM/SII.VU
> i'oivnpipi'r ; Will-turn In Chlrngii Against thn
I'uliiily Antliriicltu Trust.
Cmc.voo , 111. , Sept. 10. The Inter Ocean
this morning makes an attack on the Phila
delphia ft Reading coal deal , known as the
"Anthracite Trust " calling tbo
, upon attor
ney general of the state of Illinois to bring
suit at once under the Illinois statute , ooth
criminally nnd civilly. The Inter Ocean
points out to the attorney general the loca
tion of nlno yards belonging to tbo Philadel
phia & Heading Cnnl and Iron company In
Chicago , ant' ' also gives the Insloo organiza
tion of thn Chicago Anthracite Coal associa
tion , n secret organization , composed of uot
only the Philadelphia & Reading Coal and
Iron company , but ulso what has been re
garded as the independent companies , the
Delaware , Lacuawaunaestern , Dela
ware & Hudson Canal company , Boyd , Stick-
noy & Co. of New York , representing the
Susquehanna Coal company , the Pennsyl
vania Coal companv , Poubody Coal company ,
ruprcsoiitin ; tbo Erie Coal companv , Coxo ,
TJrothors & Co. of New York , and W. L.
bcott. The Inter Ocean claims that on ac
count of the Chicago organization not one of
tlio above Ilrras can legally collect a cent in
the state of Illinois , iiml tlmt each ono is
liable under the stntuto both criminally and
Thos. K. Crnlg.'edlttirnnd publisher of tno
Now haven ( Mo. ) Notes , says : "I have
uso-t Chamberlain's Colic , "Cholera and
Dlarrhwa liemedy with great satisfaction
for thu ailments of my children. For sale
Ccimils > titMtirx ! un Alien , .
WASHINGTON , D. C. , Sept. Hi. The census
bureau has Issued a bulletin on color , sex and
general nativity of tbo population of tbo
states of Ohio , Indiana , Illinois , Mlchigau ,
Wisconsin and Minnesota. Of tbo mate
population of thc&o states , taken as a whole ,
over 21 years of age , 1'JfiO per cent are aliens ,
01.23 per cent have been naturalized , T.Ill per
per cent have taken out their llrst papers.
As to tlif remaning 8 87 per cent , nothing
bus been learned. Of tbo aliens In Ohio ,
35.4H per cent cannot speak the English
language. In Indiana , tbo pcrccntasn Is
2 < .1U ; In Illinois , H0.24 ; In Michigan , 'JT.IK ) ;
In Wisconsin-TJ. ! i ; and in Minnesota , ; U.2U.
Mrs. L. It. Patton , KouctorJ : , 111. , wriloi :
' From personal experience I cnn rueommon J
DeWltt's S.irsap.inlla. a euro for impurj
blood and general debility "
< iot .Miuiuy niul a l.imrli.
Leo Hartley , rcsidini ; nt Ut3 North Seven
teenth street , knows what it is to be burglar
ized. Burglars visited .Mr. Hartley whllo he
slept anil carried uway f22.SU com of thu
realm Thhrsilav iiipht. Thi > light liniren-d
gentlemen milered tno house by cutting
the screen nnd raising u window of n room m
the rear of the boubc.
Alter taking the money from the pockets
of Mr. Hartley's pants , which lay upon n
chair at the brad of tbo bed , tbo burglar
helped himself to a water melon and a
plo which were In tbo pantry.
DoWUt's Sirsaparttla destroys such poi
sons us scrofula , skin dis'tajoi , eczema , rheu
matism. Its timely usu savn many lives.
NATURAL FRUIT FLAVORS.
Vanilla Of perfect purity
Lemon Of great strength-
Orange Economy In their use.
_ Flavor as delicately
and dellclously as the fresh fruit
YOUL FIND ITS
If you have clonks , suits or furs to buy ,
Our store will bo open oa'rly next week.
Many exclusive tttylo *
IGI9 FARNAM 5T OMAHA .
LOOKED INTO A IlEVOLVBU.
Contrnrtnr C. A. .Icinni Hnsita Kxpjrlrnrn
XTllh Two I'nlimlHlilnic Iliclivrityninni
U. A. Jonnon , n contractor , lives In Bcp.son
Addition and drives n mule homo from the
scone of his grading operations every night ,
Thursday night ha was accompanied by his
foreman nnd about 11 o'clock the mule was
quietly Jogging along Just outside the city on
the Military road when n couple of pedes
trians hailed Mr. , fcnsen and bU companion
and asked to bo directed to George Thorn-
sen's saloon ,
Mr. Jensen Is very obliging and n trlflu
prolix and stopping hU mule ho had Just en
tered Into a mtnuto description of the turns
antt cross roads when tbo barrel of a revolver
gleamed before his eyes anil bo WAS request
ed to hold up his hands , A similar oxperl-
unco foil to the lot of his foreman , and four
hands went up with military precision ,
Jensen's big watch was Jerked out of bis
pocket , leaving the guard dangling from his
vest. In bis pants pocket the hlgbwaymou
found $4 or $5 lu cash and appropriated It ,
In his broust pocket was nn immense pocket
book containing contracts , bonds , deeds ,
mortgages nnd nil sorts of valuable papers.
TbU was taken also. The foreman had a
poor cigar and 15o lu cash.
Then tbo robbers stopped back nnd ad
vised Mr. Jensen to hustle along homo , ana
out of respect to tno revolvers bo did so.
Whllo the highwaymen were rilling Jon-
sen's pockets n farm wagon containing two
women drove past , hut tbo oi'cupants appar
ently did not notice what was colng on , and
Jensen did not consider It healthful to say a
Flvo minutes afterwards the Boneon nnd
Halcyon Heights motor car came down the
grade toward the city In charge of Jcrry
Gobco , who wns acting as conductor and
motorman. There were no passengers lu the
car.Near Frahut's saloon the two robbers
boarded the front platform , ono from each
side , ono of them with a Unlfo In his hand.
Jerry realized the situation and though ho
hesitates a llttlu In bis speech ho Is prompt
with his gun , and whipping out his revolver
ho leveled it at ono of the robbers who
promptly dropped Into tbo weeds. Ills com
panion followed his example and that was
the last scon of them.
Mr. Jensen loft u description of the thlovos
with the police yesterday morning.
Peoptowhoglvo Hood's ' Saraaparllla n fair
trial realize Us great merit und nro glad to
say n good word for it. Have you tried It I
. I .VA OVM'Kll tl.YfS.
' I never dreamed there was so mucn In
the play , " said a veteran theatrical manager
the other day after witnessing a perform
ance of "Undo Tom's Cabla" by the Stuart
& Dock combination.
Neither did the public , forsuch a presenta
tion of the great drama was never before
seen ontbo ( stage. It seems like a DOW play ,
nnd , Indeed , It Is a now play In many essen
tials. Unllko ni33t dramatizations of Mrs.
Stmvc'.s classic. It teller the story of Unolo
Tom's sorrows In a uMr , ) , logical , coherent
nil ileoply lnterwtln.i war , and it has the
mlviintiieo of being pf-CTonteJ bv a company
everr member of which < ts an artist.
Tbeso high encomiums arc ccnoed by the
public wherever the piece Is presented , and
Messrs. Stuart & Utfek miy congratulate
themselves that tbolr production of this
classic play Is the dramatic aonsutlon of the
dav. At the Farnnm strcnt theater for ono
WCOK , commencing Sdtlllay manner , Septem
ber 13. t
This morning scats will bo put on
sale for taoongagomentbf Hustler , "
which taxes place at Boyd's theater on next
Sunday evening "Tho Hustler , " with his
merry comedians , famous singers , sweet
voiced "pretty girl conllneont" nud graceful
dancers will undoubtedly attracts nn enor
mous attendance on the occasion of its now
approaching visit hero.
Tbo present Is thotblrd season of tbo
rollicking , rip-roaring "Hustlor , " though it
has practically been made new through the
process of rewriting nnd the acquisition of
' up to date" music , dances and other
Something vary different to the general
runof plays of today ami well within the
lines of true comedy is "Alabama , " wbich
comes to the Boyd on Monday nud Tuesday
ovcmnra of no'xt week. This Is almost the
same company that opened tbo now Boyd n
. "Alabama" will bo
year ago. presented In
the manner which furthered Its original suc
cess In New York , the company being the
A. M. Pnltncr stocH company , The flno
scenery and all tbo elaborate detail of
the original tun In New York
wilt bo utcd hero. The company
Includes tbo following : Mr. FrancisCarlyle ,
Mr. Charles L. Harrl * . Mr. KJwnrd S.
A boles. Mr. Herbert Mlllward , Mr. J. C. Sa >
vlllo. Mr. B. M. Holland , Mr. Wnlilon Unta-
say , Mr. J. H. Stoddard , Mr. Odell Williams ,
Miss Jennie Uustaro , Miss Kmlly Seward ,
Miss Lllllo Wolston , AIiss Zenaldo Vislalro ,
Miss Hose Morgan. The | -mlo of seats will
open nt 0 o'clock this motnlng.
Toijsno. IowaApril 0 , 1391.
Dr. J. B. Moore , Dear Slrt My wlfo ha
used about six bottles of your Troa of Life
anil thinks that Kho has received greater ben ,
ctlt from It than any modlclna she has over
taken. Yours truly , L. H. BUFKIN.
Gon'l Atroni and Troas. West College.
Since rocelvln ? the above testimonial , 1 am
turccelnt of n letter and check from the Uov
UH Bufklnof Toledo , Iowa , April 23 , to
scndltov. J. W. IConworthy , Crostllu ? , ICan
sas. six bottles of Mocro's Tree of LlfJ.
t or sale by all druggists.
Pro | > i > oil Moir Cannl ,
Tono.xTO , OnU , Sept. 10. It Is proposed to
construct a ship canal from Lake St. Clnlrto
Lake Brio , a distance of oloveu miles. Such
a canal would mean u saving of 100 miles , and
would onnblo vessels to avoid tbo Detroit
The Man in the Moon Fragrant
would be happier If he could have a supply of and Soothing
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M of \ Inil i > utri r , Partlei unitblo to
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8unil7 10 a. m.to 1) m honil slnuiii for replj. _
i-riiposiil for 1'nlntliit : > " > ' riiiorlnt ; Kli-r.
tlon linotlis. .wj > liTcrenJfcpn
Ihd beet cicdtclnoknOjrnfqr b
Scaled propos.'ils will ho received nt tbn nne , foiu5r ilQn , rt.t | x > iJil . r > ulj
olllco of tlio city coinptrollor. Oiniilni , Neb. , irMt'j , tiuunctc. ) if rtliuj n. luss ct
nu to 4 p m , September'.M , 1 > ! ! , for the pilnt- 4 or "tc , menul U'f rf jwlcn , rlcf . l t
IncoffiOold liootlis nnd lloorlni ; of M Uontlis. dlAe.'ttnn. . iJn-aijj. tallow < -.iici- !
Sample of section of lloorlna rennlriHl. K.nch Un'ircblor'.orr falun > liTlii M 'Ji i'li llvtr
blildnr to fiirnlsli n oortllled chuck for JIOD * tp lnea topcrfcm tuflrproppr function * .
The rlcht Is reserved to accept or reject nny , ttc.- '
or all bids. TliKO. Oi.sES , Comptroller. . , jp uanm j j.Jj jkjj jo.fjOPiirjcefct..f } ! : ( > Vcrji
.Sop ! JO ilflt
THE GARNIVAL CITY
Issues a Cordial Invitation to the People of the
United States , Mexico and Canada , to visit
the city and participate in the
Grand Elccli'ic , model Which opened on August 25 ,
Arch vvitli of the Grnnt Stntuo , .with flags of the United States
Sama Mai-ia nt Summit. And Continue until October In 1892 nnd of Spain in 1492.
rni ( I P55 Tlie Si IMS
Are by far the grandest on record , outdis
tancing in extent and magnificence the fa The only successful annual Exposition in
mous Parisian displays. the world , will commence its ninth .season
September 7 and continue until Oc
Over Six Miles of Streets Illuminated
electric and Gilmore's Band of 100 pieces will give
nated , by upwards of ; ; , ooo
gas lights in many-colored globes. Four Concerts Daily , in addition to count
less other attractions , all covered by QUO
Gorgeous Electrical Panorama , admission fee.
and Pyrotechnic Displays.
The Annual Fair.
September I , 3 , 5 , 15 , 22 ; 29 , .
October I , 4 , 6 , 13 and 2O.
The Grandest Agricultural and Mechanical
Exhibition in the world , will open October *
3 , and continue until October 8 , Visi
tors to the Fair will be admitted free of
Will arrive by boat Saturday , October I , charge to witness the
and will be received with militaiy honors.
His Majesty will parade with all the splendor
° Electrical Panorama , Illustrating the Dis-
dor of the Orient , TuesdayMOctober 4 , covei'y oT America and Us gradual dovelop- Annual Trotting
mant. Gorgeous scintillating and rainbow
and hold his ANNUAL BALL the sarrr effects.
evening. Which will be held the same week.
. Upwards of $600,000 have been subscribed to the Autumnal
Festivities Fund , and the Carnival this ) nar is the most costly
'er ' attempted , _ _
ii : J
V'y y Ml IM
ON HUL ROADS.
, "For particulars as to rates and special trains , apply to nearest
' ; 'Forprogrammes and other information , address the
Columbus Flamlncj Arch , with authentic Bureau of Information ,
portrait of the discoverer or the
New World. Autumnal Festivities Association. Revolving Glebe , with the countries of th
202 A/eriiion & Jaccard Building , St. Louis. world outlined by moro lights. than 3.OJO
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