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- _ _ - THE OMAHA DAILY BEESUNDAY FEBRUARY ii , . 1S88.-TWELY PAGES. 11
TSTURDAYNARKET FIGURES
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' ' . . ' The Bu11s Monopolize Attention in
Lc ; the Grain Pit.
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u : . CORN PROVES THE STRONGEST.
, 1 _ _ _ _
, ' : . An Early atiti Good 1)omand For Oats'
' ' From s1iurti-1'rovIIon Tritt.
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; ' ' * ng Active From the Start
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-QtantatIon.
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' - ChICAGO PitOIUCE MARKET.
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ClilcAno , Fob. 18.-Spectal [ Telegram to
: the 1fti.-It was a bull day lii the grain
nrnrkets and irlccs svoro advanced nil along
tli line. The feature of all thu markets wa
the buSIng In of short grain. In wheat Hutch-
) flIOfl , who Is believed to be Mhort a big line ,
; va the lrluciIal ) buyer , and ho bought all
: the wuy up. The smaller shorts followed lit
: . Ical. Thorn was some buying early by corn-
: rnh4i1on housc , but the volume of It was not
Iitrgo and later the market was loft almost
. entirely to irofessional. Maywlicat opened
p , at , which was jc under yestorday's
iosc , , and the crowd seemed bearish , but
' Ilutchitison's buying turned the sentiment
' : and iF ¶ : ig tIm first hour the price worked up
: th 8' ( c , hung there for sorno time , then ad-
vaeed to SOXc , and just before thocloso was
'blil up to 8i3c , but there wore but two
' , . "lives" sold at that price and wheat could
. ' ' have been bought at Sic when tlioso wore
. ' sold. The market finally closed at Sic. Juno
c wheat opened at SO3c , sotd Up to and closed
.1 ' SIc.
, of the grain markets corn wastho strongest
: . ' nd advanced the most. Hutchinson was a
; prominent buyer and the other good buying
ultC1UCd to be for investment , but the Shari )
' advance was due chiefly to the covering of
; : Rhorts , who were aijparently alarmed at the
' early strength sbowii in pork. After their
' demands vero sntistlcd the market was
. . * easier mid the small decline was helped by
' the consklorably increased estimates
' ' ' of receipts for Monday. May corn
, , oieiied at 5lo and advanced 34c in
' the first hour and before the upward
t' movement culminated 5iCo was touched , but
.
there was very little trailing at tiiat price.
' ' On the failing down turn b1e was thuched ,
, but there was a recovery later and iile wa
the price at the close. Juno corn opened at
' sold UI ) to5liIo and closed at 5l3c bid ,
t 'There ' was a good demand from shorts for
oats curly , and Ilutcliluson coming In as a
' ' ' frec buyer , mude that market quito strong
and advanced prices somewhat. May oats
' opened at 31c , sold at 313c , then up to 31
@ : I1o and closed there. Juno outs opened
' at 3I jc , sold UI ) to and closed at fllc , , Tust
' . . at the close llutchinson appeared iii the oat
' , . crowd and offered to buy all they wanted .to
' soil of May oats at [email protected] or sell all they
' wmtcd to buy at the sanie price , and remarked -
marked that If they could not trade on that
lropositlonlt was no useth , try to do buBIness
with them.
The provision trade was strong from the
. start. Yesterday's free sellers bought back
a large amount of ProPertY then sold and
. . with shorts also free buyers the market ad-
' vunced 'snarply. higher iriccs prevailed
. ' ' alriiost us a matter of course , and , although
. ' business was quito active , there was no
great excitement at any time. In pork the
closings slided an appreciation of 17c as
coniparctl with last night's final quotations.
The advance In lard was [email protected] and in
short ribs ISo. May , the favorite delivery ,
- ' 501(1 from l4.O5 up to l4.25 for pork , from
T.S2' ' thLi)23 ) for lard and from 7.59i4 up
to $ T.573 for short ribs. At the close the
snrno rnonthstood at l4.2O for pork , $7,99l
, for lard and.7.55 forshort ribs. Nearer tb-
; liveries than May were comparatively qutet ,
' _ closlqg at cl4.th ) for February ned March
. $ , - Pork1 7.77 for February lard , and $7.J7 }
, for 1 ebruary and , Marchsliort ribs.
OIUOAGO LIVE STOCK.
' CnloAoo , Fol 1.-Special [ Telegram to
' , the BEa.-C.tTTLF.-thlsllless was about 111cc
any other Saturday-slow and uninterest-
. . . . ing-soino salesmen quoting coinnion nativ.cs ,
" . such as have been making [email protected] and
along there , us a good lO3 lower. Other sorts
' wore unchanged. Fancy , . [email protected] Good
' steers , 1850 to 1500 lbs. , 4.3.(4.SO ( ; 1200 to
' , iLo : lbs. , [email protected] ; ti0 ) to 1200 lbs. , [email protected]
' 4.00. Stockers flOti feeders , * 2.5O3M1J ; cows ,
bulls and mixed , [email protected] ; bulk , * [email protected]
.SO. Texas-fed cattle , [email protected]
Hoos-Trado wa's hri'lc auth values a good
' nicklo higher , best heavy making . 'i.5OOi.6O.
During the week values declined [email protected] and
nosed Inc lower . titan last Saturday.
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' fr'INANOrAL.
; 4 NEW Yonx , Feb. 18.-Spccial [ Telegram
t to the Ugs.1-SToccs-For ) Saturday the
stock market was surprisingly active , more
' . business being transacted in two hours than
' was witnessed during the entire day for
three days this wocic eXCelt Thursday , the :
sales to-day aggregating hihO,041 shares. A
fniit evidence of the return of old traders to
the uiarfet was noted , but as yet they are
only taking a small "flyor" for a change and
will require considerable encouragement to
induce thorn to keep on trading , should their
ventures be unsuccessful. Thu settlement
J , of the Reading strike , on which that stock
advanced two ioints yesterday , was conS
firmed. This was regarded by many as an
Inthicatlon that other diflicuitles that havc
barrassed the bulls would soon be removed
and that the pending negotiatior.s between
western railroad managers will result err
long In a complete restoration of pc'uce and
an advance In rates. The market OjOfletl
strong with indications of going higher. Thi
Induced longs , who liivo : been waiting for a
good chance to miload their stocks , tu do so ,
Traders SV1lD bought Heh1ing yesterday for ti
, scnlp began dumping it. $ horts , who worc
the chief buyers yesterday , ( lid not come fast
, onouh to absorb the offerings , and to rnar
kot.'graduahIy weakened and closed at J4 1)OV
: cot decline. The wculcucss spread to the
rest of the list anti declines of lor cent
, Wore recorded on all oceept St. Paul , Union
' l'acitlo and Manhattan , which developed r
surprising degree of strength and ndvauee
) per cent. The bad bank statement
S caused a weaker feeling at tim close , wbet
the last saibs on a majority of stocks were at
. Inskio figures. TIm decrease In the rcserj
2et)3t ) , ) ' and deposits JJOtQOO.
OsvEustnNT--Go % crotnent. bonds wer
dull but StCflIY.
L , csrnInAy's ) QUOTATIONS.
, t U. 8.1sregisterrd.l2 U. c N. . . . . . . . . . . . ) '
.1 , U. H. 4s cou'on , . , .y .io'reterred. . . . . .
. 1J.8.4jsrt'gIstredI(1ll4 N. % . Ventral..lo7
11. 5 41s COUjOfl. , . 0. hI. N. . . . . . . . . . . . . ( tIh
) i'cHlcI' . . . . . . . 1' . ' 1 , ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
L'snsd Southern. . 63l l'artftc Mall. . . . . . . .
Central 1'aeltc. . . . 0. 1) . & l . . . . . . . . . .
Chlca .S. : Alton. , .i3i . I'nllinan l'alaCeCuI lU
.
C. . ii. , $ c . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
i ) . , 1 , . . . . . . . , j' .31 ItCk Isiinil..112
1) ) . & It. (1. . . . . . . 21 . tt. L. & S. F. . . . . . . .
t lt ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2'j tlu ireferrcd. . . . . . 71 .
ila Proforzet. . . , . , tie . . . M. & St. l'nul .
l1liioIsCtutra1..117 do preferred..ll5'i '
: t ' . . . . . . . . . . . St. 1' . , \ I. ) . . . . . . . . . .
: % & ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ItIi d. Preferreti. . . . . .
I .nke ,1orc * . . . . . , , . . h'a.'ltic. . . . . . .
, t J , . & N. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ia' ' , tTtIn'5rIfl . . . . . .
. NIriI1an ) ; ( : entrni. , $2'I W. . ft. I. . & 1' . . . . . . . 14
, . ! ls'4l)1 % I'ncilic. . . .ln PrI'ferre , ' . . . .
) .Xissotirl Pieitlc , . . . 21 ' IV. U. ' 1'cieiiaph .
di' llrtcrteLl. . . . . .
' ' Mc.NaT-On call , ruletteasy at 2 i'er ' ceitt
Psipir. McItC.tNTILa 1'AL'F.II-t''J' ( ! ' ; l'e cent
STEIt.IO 3.cIlANor-Lull but nteady a
n' do tbt bUiSfl.S3) ) for de&azd ,
I'ILIIJC1
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Chicagn , U't. 1r5 ti.e tti : :
chlstn pI i'L' ! :
: tourStiady winter wheat bljL , IIJ.Oc :
l.iu ; s.nks , i,5O3t.Th ; wheat , b1ii. bi.T.V4
, Jo. s&tckt' & , $2.7O'C1 ; spring , $ I.m'I..MJ :
. ) .ye l'our , ir bbt ; buhve..t
l br , ier bhl.
W'iitttitre'ig' opened 'jc ' b'ttiw. 1w
I1DCd null with s\igitt \ 1lIt1lth')1s ) tdvuiie
. ' 0 , ; o uitl elo.cd 1a hi1ltet tlixtr. yutcoJ.iy
e&sh and . March , ' ; dJc , MIty , Sht.
Corn-lultd active nut tltt'tt1Cd , tltn
, ' tbo fcolin as quite ijrtn'tiur'.ng the ? ei'iI ;
. apcd ) ( o under yesterday un .1 c1v' . : . t
o higher than yetlerday ; cat and .luil
9-ltp ; ti.to.
. O&tsIn ttr dciaanc wtt ativuac
. ) sjr$19-16c. .
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Rye-Quietat6lo.
8arloy-Nomlnal at [email protected]
Flax-seod--l.45.
RPiixne Timothy-42.4Tt2.48.
LhWhIsky-l,15.
I'ork-F1airiy active and firm at an advance
of 15o' ' cash , l4.4O ; May , $11.20.
Lar'l-Moderathly active and stronger ;
cash , i'.77t' March , $7.80 ; May , * 7.tI2.
Dry Salkd Meats-Shoulders , ' .PO.O3 ;
short clear , tT.9OjS.OO ; short tibs , $7.373.
Butter-Steady ; creamery , 222tc ) ; dairy ,
2od2.c. ;
Cheese-Steady and actIve full cream ;
cheddars , [email protected] ! lists , ;
young Americas , [email protected]
Egirs-Steady at 21t'ij2c.
Hides-Unchanged ; green hides 63'o ; green
frozen , lie ; heavy green salthd. 6) ) ; light
green salted , 11 % ; salted buU 5jc ; green
bull , 4c ; green salthd calf , ct dry flint
and dry calf , 1213c : branded , 15 per cent
of ! : deacons , 8Cc each ; dry salted , be.
Tallow-In fair demand ; No. 1 , country ,
solid , 43o ; No. 2 , 334 ; cake. 4o per lb.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour , bids. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,000 2ooO ,
Wheat , bu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21,000 15.000
Corn , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ( ) , 105,000
Oats , bu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114,000 70,000
Rye bu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2,000 5,000
Harley , bu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24,000 83,000
Liverpool , Feb. iS. - Wheat- Steady ,
but demand Poor ; holders offer moderately ;
California , No. 1 , Os 8dths Sd per eental ;
red western spring , Os 7ddtis Od.
Corn-Steady. but demand r.oor ; holders
offer moderately ; new mixed western , 4s0d
per centaL
St. Louis , Feb. 18-Wheat-Higher ;
cash , 80bSlc ; May , S2c.
Corn-Firm ; cash , 453440c ; May , 47c.
Oats-Firm ; cash , 3Cc ; May , 89c.
1'ork-I4.r,0.
Lard -17.8T.
Wliisky-l.0t1.
Ilutter-FirnI ; creamery , 24630c ; dairy ,
[email protected]
Minneapolis , Feb. 18.-Wheat--There
was a firm feeling in wlu'at to-day , and
sellers wore holding stilt at yestqrday's
flgur. Heceipts 220 cars ; shipments , 87
cars. Closed : 1 hard , in store , cash ,
70o ; March , lie ; May , 759b0 : No. I north-
era , cash , 75c' Maceli , 753cMay,77c ; ; No.2 ,
northern , cash , 72c ; March , 723c ; May , 74c.
On track : No. 1 hard , 7Sc ; No. 1 noz'thorn ,
[email protected] ; No. 2 northern 74c.
1'lour-Unchanged ; I'aenth , In sacks to.
ship , [email protected] ; bakers' , [email protected]
Milwaukee , Fob. 18.WheatStrong
and c higher ; May closed at 70t.c. $
Corn-Neglected ; No. 8 , 4Cc.
Oats-Steady ; No. 2 whIte , 31j32c.
Rye-Steady ; No. 1 , Ole.
Harley-Stronger ; No. 2 , [email protected]
Provisions - 3teudy ; pork , February ,
$13.75.
Cincinnati , Feb. 18.-Wheat-Firm ; No.
2 rod , SOc.
Corn-Firm ; No , 2 mixed , 5tc.
Oats-Quiet ; No. 2 mixed , 83c.
Rye-Dull ; No , 2 , 62c.
Provisions-I'ork in moderate demand at
$14.50 ; lard strong and higher at $7.05.
Vliisky-Steady at $1.00.
Now .York , F& 18.-Whoat-Heccipta ,
2,200 ; exports , 10,000 ; options opened a shade
lower , soo.i strengthened and rallied 3c ,
closing firm at the the ; ungraded red , [email protected]
00Jc , closing firm at the tep ; spot lots firm
ungraded , 873t)031'c ) ; No. 1 red was quoted
at93c ; No. 2 red , [email protected] In store and
elevator , S9.I9O l-lGe ! . o. b. , store and
afloat , O0Ot)0Kc ) ; Marchclosing at 8Oc.
Corn -Receipts , 15,400 ; exports , 10,44)0 ) ; options -
tions ruled easier early , subsequently advanced -
vanced 34'htc and closed strong ; spot lots
quiet nud firm ; ungraded , 5SUOo ; No. 3.
i33c' No. 2 , 6Oc in elevator ; March closed
at 599o. : '
Oats - Hoceipts , 50,000 ; exports , none ;
moderately active knd ® ( c better ; inixod
western , [email protected] ; whltowostern [email protected]
Coffee-Spot , fair ; 1tio , dul' ' at $10.00 ;
O1)tiOfls [email protected] poInts Iqw r. but moderately
active , closing firm ; ' sales. 41,250 bags ;
March , $ [email protected] ; April , [email protected] ;
May , $1 1iJ00J12.0O ; June , $1l.75(11 ( 1.55 ; July ,
* 11.801311.45 ; August , * [email protected]
Petroleum-Steady ; united , 89jc.
, Eggs-Qulct and easy ; western , fresh , 25
Pork-Steady ; mess was quoted at$15.25O
15.50 for iiew ; $15.15dl5.25 for one year old.
[email protected] 1)Oiflts higher ; western steam ,
spot was qoted at S.05.
I3utter-In light request ; western , 14 ®
800.
Chqcso-Quiet ; western , [email protected]
Kansas City , Feb. 18.-Wheat-Steady ;
No , 2 soft , cash , 7'Jic , ; May , 70e bid , 813c
asked.
Corn-Steady ; 'No. 2 cash , 48i4'c asked ;
March , 4iu asked ; thay , 45c bid , 40bc %
nslced.
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Oats-No. 2 , May , 20c asked.
New Orlenits , Feb. 18. - Corn-Quiet
anti steady ; white , GO0le ; mixed , file ; ye1-
low , 02c.
Oats-Quiet ; ' No. 2 , [email protected]
Corn Meal-Steady at $2.80.
hog Products-Quiet and tcady ; pork
14.O24 ! ; laru , $7.25.
. Bulk Meats - Shoulders , $0.20.
LIVE STOCK.
Chicago , Feb. 18.--Tho Drover's Journal
reports as follows :
Cattlc-Ifocoipts , 2,000 : market unchanged ;
fancy , [email protected] ; goodoatcers , [email protected] ;
stockers and feeders , $2.23.UO ( ) ; cows , bulls
and mixed , $1.7573.l5 ; Texas-fed cattle , $3.00
4.O0.
Hogs - Receipts , 22,000 ; market strong ;
mixed , $5.O05.35 ; heavy , * [email protected] ; light ,
' $4,[email protected] ; sIdps , $3.94)4.O5.
Sheep-Receipts , ,2,000 ; market steady ;
natives , $ .tiOO'5.40 ; western. $4.800j5.25 ;
Texans , [email protected] ; lambs , $ . [email protected]
National Stock Yards , East St.
: Louis , Feb 18.Cattlo'Receipts , 200 ; ship.
' meats , 1,300 ; market flriii ; choice heavy
native steers $4.40j5.2O ; fair to good native
steers , $3.SldJ4.45 ) ; butchcrs' steers , medium
to choice , $3.104.80 : stockers and feeders ,
fair to good , [email protected] ; rigers , ordinary
to good , $2.lOj ( ) 1.00.
Hogs - Hocelpts , 700 ; shipments , 2,000 ;
L market steady ; choice heavy uul butchers'
selections , $ & [email protected] ; packing , medium teL
L iI'ilIe , $5.O0d5.35 ; light grades , ordinary to
good , $4,750J5.05.
Kansas City , Feb. 18.-Cattle--Rc'coipts ,
570 ; sliiptiti'us , none ; market steady ; good
to choice corn-fed , $4.30034.S0 ; ciunnion to
rnediuiii , $3.24. ( ) ; stcekers , 1.8O2.3O ;
feeders , $2.0Oc73.25 ; cows. $ i.Occj3.00.
hogs - - ROCCIItS , 2,2(10 ( : slipmeiits , none ;
market strong and e higher ; common to
' choice , $ L750'i.49 ; skips and 1)1gB , $3.0O
4.00.
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OMAHA LIVE STOCK.
Cattle.
UNlor Sroci YARDS1 (1 ( l. lu.
Saturday , Feb. 18 , ISSS.
L The receipts of cattle to-day were light and
but little btsltiess : was done on I lie mut'lci't.
Hainmoini took the bulk of tini offerings atitt
Sliiiiei's the balance. Pr1cs were steady
nnd a shade stronger.
The inuricet doria , : the past week hat been
in a fair condition , and good cattle have coin-
IflflhIdVtl good iiriccs a' ; high as I\50& & ) being
patti , 'liile offers of on good stock has
been refused , \Vlth thu iceeii'ts no heavier
c than during the past svcelc nod a good. quality
here Pilces wtll doubtless advance.
Hogs.
The receipts of hogs were motlorato and
lri'es about steady , one load of good stuff
L selling at $5.5& t'ho local packers bought
fret'lv , ned viIl coptinue to so n'i long as
lot , raten 00 ttt'CS'30d incu ts prevail.
Sheep.
The receipts of sheep vcro :1st : he.ul , but
nothing was sold en the inarlcot.
Oflltlni lteceits.
Cattle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
hogs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shed ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
: I'ruvr.ihiiig l'riees.
t 'l Io : fol1 p'i : I'4 s table of irieM paid In
t1iis iimi-lcr. fcir tlir' gi-aiti's of toek nien.
tiiiiwi IL fi'it'u.itly oe.urs that no sales of
SOiUt , 'att"iltr griite : arc : : ad" , when In this
case t.i1a ! svlt ! st'tc n' iieei1v n'osiblu ;
(1 ( I lie p r1C thtt : 'ciiLt 111'O ) ? ioiiil iad theto
1eu ilny Jf tha : ,1.ts aiii'ig , tue offtriegs.
C Priiic : steunt , 1300 to i.o bs. ( t./ )
Prime steels. t10 to IkItI Ib. , 3.t ) Il ,
; Fat , Itt'ti sccv , Us ) to i'ise ' ib. 3 ? ; ,
C'jrn fed nti.i : tteer' , lh ( ) to
1'.I Pit . . . . . . . . . . . . . : i.su tfl4
CkittI1'Js ( to CIICL'O kiL.f'it
t cows. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00 3.l5
; \'etcri' c't. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l./I
[ "air to goiti tzwo ) fce'b'r . , . . . 2.3' ' ) ' .75
Meditiiii ' g'ed : : . ; l'o tre'lers ,
2 ( lbs iir.tt'tiiwu't1 : . . . . . . . . . ' 2 C ! ( J5 tf
Cotitiiuit to pi.butb. . . . . . . . . . 2.00 'J.O0
, , .l'lttt' Ic , 111C4110111 tititlve feeders ,
tuyJ ! b &iiiil , upwar.ia . . . . . . . . 2.q 42.O
itoker , 403 to 700 tb.4 . . . , 2.15 @ 3.75
'I't.e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . : ? .7
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Cockl fat sheep OOdjIOO lbs. . . 8.50 3.78
Fair to medium sheep . . . . . . . . . ( t3.OO
Common sheep..I.i. 2.00 t,2.25
Light anl medium bogs . . . . . . . 4.55 @ 5.10
Fairtecholco heavy hogs. . . . . 5.25 045.55
Fair to choice mixodhogs. . . . . 5.15 045.85
It.cpresonttive Saho&
NATIVS BTEr.RS.
No Av , Pr. No. y. Pr.
21..1lO'J $3.40 SO..1104 $3.00
12..1107 8115 51 , . . . . , 1111 8.00
6..1105 3.75 20 . , . . . , 1270 3.110
cowl , .
1..1000 2.50
ntis : , cows AND STAOS. ,
11..1401 3.00
, ) uJ1.ts. . , . ' , . '
1..2000 3.00
nrnj.s AND COWS , ; ;
7..12-17 2.25 ,
0XSN AND STEE1t " ' \
15..1273 a.a : ;
noes.
No. Av. Shk. Pr. No. y. Shk. Pr.
02..141$4.55 74.,4241 2405.15
82.1t11 320 4.80 ( h3it.230 120 5.15
81..177 80 4.85 73.239 80 5.15
45. , . .103 - 4.110 (13. ( . . .250 120 5.15
70. . . .1117 190 4.05 74. . . ,221 40 5.15
85..107 200 5.00 713..203 - 5.15
fl0..210 120 5,00 5S,2211 - 5.15
70. . . .213 80 5.00 07. . . .22-t - 5.15
83. . . .203 200 5.00 70. . . ,237 100 5.15
72. , .2l3 240 5.00 (111. ( . . ,240 200 5.15
03. . , .24 100 5.05 65. . , .205 200 5.20
70 , . . 205 120 5.05 03. , .200 160 5.20
70 , . . .248 120 5.05 68. . . .212 100 , 5.20
-74.2l7 40 5.05 70..235 100 5.20
65. . . .217 40 5.05 78. . . .291 160 5.20
78. . .200 40 5.074 7th. , . .256 244) ) 5.20
09..257 240 ' 5.10 117..250 100 5.24)
54 240 80 5.10 07. . 234 - 5.20
ese : . : oo 5.10 09. . .235 80 5.20
Ti.249 120 5.10 72..24S 120 5.25
51) ) . 248 280 5.10 52. 249 80 5.25
71) ) . . 280 120 5.10 MI. . . .284 40 5.30
64. . . .234 40 5.10 53 , . . .289 200 5.40
64. - . .245 120 5.15 65. . .30th 40 5.40
65 , . . .253 250 5.15 58. . . .309 120 5.40
40 , . , .417 - 5.55 -
Live Stock Sold.
Showing the number of head of stock sold
on the market to-day.
CATTI.a.
G. H. Hammond & Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Shuipers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Total. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241
11005.
Armour & Cudahay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1118
Omaha l'iieking Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1331
Swift Packing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0. II. Haiiiinond & Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 534
Total. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3334
All 501(1. ( _ _ _ _
flange or Prices.
Showing the extreme highest and lowest
rates liid : for loading grades of hogs on dates
mentioned . : _ _ _ _ _ _
- bii.iheavy. : . Mixed. Light.
Feb.7,535 clIaSS 525 4111155 520 153O
Feb. e.r,45 t5i4 5t11 @ 550 4145 IdSJO
Fob. ( I. a 55 tit5 70 5 no ( ifS ( .0 4 15 5 2) ) )
Fob.l0.535 ) h,156. 525 @ 550 430 tlta2S
Feli.1t.5as i14560 530 @ 500 425 Ct530
Feb. 12. Sunday Sunday Sunday
Fob , 13. 5 85 G7.a 5.5 r..ia r.a no t to 40M 15
Feb. 14. 5 a'i as so 5 15 545 8. ) 4 50 tth 10
Feb.15. 5 25 .5 00 5 15 11.5 150 4 ft. illS 15
Feb. 16. 5 20 hIS 40 5 10 1J 30 4 70 4115 15
Feb. 17. 5 24) ( iJ 4.3 5 10 cts 30 4 a , . , 10
Feb.lS.520 sa515 11533 455 @ 515
.
flange o1 Prices.
Showing hIghest and lowest prices paid for
ending grades of cattle on dates mentioned
Space left blank Indicates that no sales of
that particular class of cattle wore made on
that datS :
' . l'rinie St'rs Common
Prime St'rs. , to
D a t o. 13000jl501) lb. [email protected] lb. ChoiceCows.
Feb.li..420 420 375 @ 375 200 @ 255
Feb. 12. . Sunday. SUnday Sunday.
Feb. 13..I . 6) 4111 60
Feb. 14. . . . . . . . . . . M 25 2 55 @ 3 10
Feb.15..390 @ 460 365 @ 800 160 @ 800
Feb. 16. . . 4 e211t4 01 . 3 50 ci8 55 . 2 1214143 00
Feb. 17 , . 4 20 @ 4 30 3 65 @ 8 65 . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4l300 . 250 i50
Shipisionts ,
Cattle , 0 cars , C. , B. & . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dressed meats , 7 curs , C. , B. & Q. . . .Chicago
Dressed meats , 9 cars , N. N..Chicago
Ioekage anti Commission.
Public inspectors dock pregnant sows 40
pounds , stags 80 pounds each.
Dead hogs. lOt ) iounls and over , $1.00
2.00 per cwt , less than 100 lbs , of no value.
Yardage : Cattle , 25e ; hogs , Sc ; sheep , Sc
er head. Feed : Corn , $1.00 per bu. ; timothy
hay , $30 ; Prairie hay , $20 per toti.
Commissions : Cattle , Soc per heacil calves
and yearlings , $10 per car. Hogs and sheep :
Single decks , $5 : public iflSlOCtiOfl on hogs ,
Ilic per car. All sales unless otherwise
stated pezi 100 lbs live weight.
Ijivo Stock Notc3.
, Hogs steady.
No sheep hero.
Cattle steady. -
F. , G. ICene , Albion , rnarkcfed a load of 40o
hogs.
hogs.Ben
Ben Ilefler , West Liberty , In. , was at the
yards to-day.
J.v. . Cununins was in from Western with
a load of cattle and a load of hogs ,
S. 1)1. Karr , Walnut , In. , was at 'the yards
and marketed ii load of 417-lb hogs. They
netted $1,030.60.
P. J. Murphy & Co. , regular shippers to
this market from lIngers . , Nob. , marketed a
load of hogs at $5.40 , .i
S. A. Little , of Chicago , was among the
visitOrs at thQ yard ; lie has lately returned
from a trip abroad ,
J. A. Moore , of the firm of Hall & Moore ,
Gibbon , was hero and marketed 151) ) head of
1187-lb cattle at $3.00.
Chicago Drovers' Journal : J. C. Sharp ,
secretary of tIm Omaha Stock Yard company ,
was at the yards to-day.
Special reports to the Cincinnati Price
Current show the number of hogs vacked
froiti November 1 to date and intest mail
( hates at the under-mentioned ilaCcs , corn-
li1cd : with the corresponding time last year ,
asfohiotys :
: ! ! iier ) 1 to Feb. 15- I . 187-5. 1855-7. _
Chicago. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ) ,575(5J ( ) ' 2diiij
KLU"IIS ) Cit ) ' . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7O5.L0 ( 701.058
( ) iialia. , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2)i.(4JO ) ( 215tiJO
Ht. Louis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84t ) ( fl )
hiidianapoiis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24t,411 3414U ( )
Cincinnati. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 301,115) ) mpIK
Milivitlikee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . htt.X5 ( 118tMBJ
Loubit'Iihe. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181.tS 194.1)
C.'dar 14(11)105. ( . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149.342 2iS ( )
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 110,848
SiiUX Cit ) ' , Iowa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1(54.011 ( 80,428
Keokuk , ( . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 4)1,21,4) ) )
St. .lophi , 310. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108,1110 100.tA0
Nobraiska t'it ) , Nob. . . . . . . . . . 60.708 55,050
Jincoln , Neb. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51,428 52.1110
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41.12 42iI ) )
OMA hA V H OIIESAI4E MARKETS.
Produce , FrUits , Nuts , Etc.
Saturday , Feb. 18.
The market was quiet but steady , and
there were no changes of importance to note.
Ihitter was iii fair supply , with a moderate
tleinaint at unchanged 1)rices , The demand
for eggs was coed , but receipts were heavy
nail jriees clused weak. The receipts of
poultry were only modcrato ( and as the de.
uiiind was fair , Pi'icos for , turkeys were
iitarlced up a cent. Other quotations are
given a.'i before ,
IIUTTSu--Crearnery , solid packed 21c83c ;
choice rolls , l7ii0c ( ; medium , 140l5o ; low
giades , lOOJl2c.
) 'uan-Strletiy fresh , [email protected] ; limed , 10Oj
19e.
'JenNies-Good stock , 00305o ; 1 utabagns ,
5OSe. t
LuMoNs-I.OOO4.50 jer box.
CAI.woItNlA 1LtII . - $2,5O.1S , . , extra
choke , $3.00. I
1OTATOa5--Utah and Colorado stock .
- - , $1.10
tll5 ; choice hoiae grown. 11O495 common
grades at dOe. '
hiF.ANS-GO0(1 stock , $2.00(2.80 ( ; Cafornia
beans , [email protected]
OCIIANIuntilIss-llchl & Cherry , $105O0
11.01 ; 11011 & Bugle , [email protected] ; lIeu &
Bugle , prelilium , $ li,[email protected])0. )
IJAN.INAS - - Medium , 9.50d3.O0 . - ; choice ,
$3.thBd.50. )
OSoNs-lIome : grown , 05O$1.C0 ; Spanish
oiilona , iicr 51)-hIs ) crate. $1S0dl,75.
tiF.LEIti-ChCtCe ) , 44)1144th Pr dozen ; fancy ,
SOc.
iri.as-.la.torii fruit , fair to choice , $3.Stt
( j.75 : ; fancy , $3,75'4.B ( ) .
TATSS--PersialI , Sc per lb.
Sst'sii hrn4vT-Choico per bbl. of 80 gal. ,
$ i.2SG1S.54 ; 3 , ( bbl. , $4.S73S.00. $11.00 per
( cS ) gUI.
C : , i-ChioIc , Michigan cider , I0.O06.5C
Iar bbl. cit 8 gii
Pcircoits--Ct.l"e rice corn , * ( per fl , ,
Other kinds , ' 1.'i'.c ' nor lb. '
Ciiirors-$2 52.5J ( I'Pr barrel.
Piitsigr.s-.Neiv siock , $2.50 per barrel
0 YUTBIi-Plalr : standard , ' 23c ; plain so ,
, itis , 3ia ; taijttard , 10o ; ita sclnrts , 35c
, r-1JtnThwf-W- !
- - -
New York counts , 40o' bulk oysters counts ,
$1.85 per 100 ; selects , j3.OO per gal ; standard ,
$1.25 ior gal.
OiI'.Noas-California Riverside , $3.OO4.25
Messina , $3.75f4.25 Vaioncias , $0.00Oj8.X
Ier case of 420 ; Florida , hrlghts , * 4.25t
4.50 ; russatts , $3.S04.0O ; Mexican , $4.t10 ;
Los Angeles , $8.tC.3.7S' navals , $5.50.
Poux.TItr-Dresscd chickens , 8Ji0o per
Ib ; turkeys , OOJlIc ; ducks , 8l0c ; goose ,
SOjIOc.
CAnDAOE-t Per eloz. , and 8 j33c ier Th
for CaUfornia.
CAUIIrLowan-000d thck , $2.609.S4 ! .
OIIAPES - Malagits $7.5OS.O0 per bbl. ;
and larger sized bbls. In proportion up to $10.
Fins-In layers , 1303lt ; cake lie per lb.
NuTs-Peanuts , O'Tc ( , raw ; brazil tints ,
13c ; almonds , Tarragona , 2'3c ; English
walnuts , 15lSc ; filberts , lSc ; Italian chest.
nuts , ISo ; vecatis. 12c.
hloxrx-1)4)421o for 1.Ib frames ; canned
honey , 1Od1tic per lb.
Grocer's List. .
- PitovistossIlanis , [email protected] breakfast
bacon , ( @ ; bacon [email protected] ; dry
salt , , ( ® ; shoulders , O0J7c ; dried beef ,
10ttle. (
UANnT-lixed , 9cI1o ; stick , [email protected]
RSTINED L.tnn-Tlercc , 7c ; 40-lb saunre
cans , 7o SO-lb round , 7Ie ; 20-lb round ,
7o ; 1O-1 pulls , 8jo ; 5-lb pulls , 8)e ; 2-lb
pails. 8c.
Picictics-Modium in bbls , * 7.00 ; do in half
bbls , $4.00 ; small , in bbls $3.00 ; do in half
bbis , * 4.50 ; gorkins , in bbis , $9.00 ; do in half
bbls , $5.00.
Jiis-3O-lb pails , $ I.5O1.75.
TEAS-Jnpatis , [email protected] ; gunpowder , 20
doe ; Young ilyson , 250455c ; Oolong , 200j
GSc.
GSc.RoraSovenslxtheiiths. . 11c1tc.
SYIUi'S-NOW Orleans molasses nor bbl. ,
40d08c per gal. ; corn syrup.85c ; half bbls. ,
OcT ; 4 gahlonkegs , $1.55. I
SALT-Per bbl. car load , $1.40.
MAPLE SUDAn-Bricks , 12c per lb ; penny
cakes , l5o per lb.
Coprxic-Ordinary grades , l8GJlOc ; fair
19l20c ; vrirno , 20O2lc ; ' fancy green and
yellow , [email protected] ; old government Java. 2S
800 ; interior Java , 252Sc ; Mocha , 2&3Oc ;
Arbucicle's roasted , 22j'c ; McLaughlin's
xxxx , 2934'c ; Dilwortti's , 220 ; Red Cross ,
22c.
22c.TonkccoLorillard's Climax , 45o ; Splen.
did , 45c ; Mechanic's Delight , 44o ; Leggett &
Moyer's Star , 45c ; Cornerstone , 3110 ; .Drum.
niond's' horseshoe , 45c : J. T. . 4'ic ; Sorg's
Spearhead , 44o ; Catlin's moorschauni ' Blc ;
Catiin's Old Style , 23c ; Peiper Heidsie'k , 0-Ic ,
SUCAn-Granuiated , ) @ ( ; cont. A ,
77c ; whlteo extra C Of4ic ; extra C ,
O04Ic ) ; yellow C , ; cut loaf , [email protected]
Stfc ; powdered , [email protected] ) ° ; New Orleans , 5 %
thioosts-Extra4-tle , $2.60 ; No. 1 , p3.00 ;
No. 2 , * 1.75 : heavy stable $1.00.
STAnch-Mirror glass , 4c ; Graves' corn ,
Oi-c ; Oswcgo gloss , To ; Oswcgo corn , Tc.
HOr.LANI ) [email protected] ier keg.
\VoonnswAiut-Two-hoop pails , per doz. ,
$1.40 ; three-hooppails , $1.05 ; No. 1 tub , * 0,50 ;
No. 2 tub $5.50 ; No. 3 tub $4.50 washboards -
boards ' $ l.0 ; fancy washbonrds , $ .5O ; as-
sorted'bosvls , $9.75 ; No. 1 churns , $3.50 ; No.
2 churns , $8.50 ; No. 3 churns , $7.50 ; butter
tubs. $1.70 ; spruce. in nests , $1.70.
CANNEa Goons-Oysters , standard , per
case , $3.800J3.35 ; strawberries , 2-lb per case ,
* 3.253.35 ; raslbcrries , 2lb per case , [email protected]
8.30 ; CalifornIa pears , per case , $1.70hJ4.S0 ;
apricots , jor case , [email protected] ; peaches. nor
case , [email protected] ; White cherries , per case.
* 4300 ; Cal. plums per [email protected] ; blueberries -
ries , per case [email protected] ; egg plums , 2-lb
per case , * 2.511 ; pineapples , 2-lb , per case ,
5.20645.75 ; 1-lb salmon , per do ; [email protected] ;
2-lb gooseberries , per case , * [email protected] : 2-lb
string beans , per case * 1.80041.85 ; 2-lb Lima
beans per case , $ l.OO1.85 ; 2-lb marrowfat
peas , k2.6Oc2.70 ; 2-lb early Juno odar , per
casO , $2.85 ; 3-lb tomatoes , $2.50 ; 2-lb corn ,
[email protected]
Danro FirniTs-Apples , bbls , - new , Ks
@ 7Y0 ; evaporated 50-lb boxes , UXOJhOc ;
raspberrles , ovaporatfl , 2S24'o ; blackberries -
berries , evaporated , [email protected] : pitted cherries -
ries , [email protected] ; peaches , Eastern , new , 3a , 8K
@ 8c ; evaporated , peeled peaches , 800432e ;
evaporated , unparcd , [email protected] ; now currants -
rants , [email protected] ; prunes , new , ' 45c ; '
citron , 240425c raisins , California-London
layers , $2,[email protected] ; California loose muscatels -
catels , $2.0O2.lO ; new Valencia , 708o.
CuAcicitirs , CAKES , ETc.-Priees subject to
change. Soda , So ; soda ( city goods ) , 7c ; soda
snowflalces ( in tins ) , lie ; soda dandy , ( IKe ;
soda wafers ( In tins ) , bc ; soda.zephyr , Sc ;
city oyster , tIe ; excelsior , 7c ; farina ova-
tot , , 5'c ; gem , oyacr , Sc ; monitorj.7c ; .
Omaha oyster , To ; penn oyster , Sc ; plciilc , Sc ;
snowdrop oyster , So ; butter , 5e ; Boston , So ;
Omuhiti butter , 7c ; saw tooth butter , flo ;
cracker meal4 5Kc ; graham So ; graham
vnfers , lOu ; graham s afors in pound laehc-
ages , 12p ; hitrd bread , 5 ; milk , 73e ; oatmeal -
meal , Sc ; oatqical wafers1 lOu ; oatmeal wa
bra in lb pkga. l2Kc ; animals , l2c ; bohiver
ginger ( round ) , To ; cream , Sc ; Cornhill ,
bc ; cracknells , be ; frosted cream , 8c ;
giliger 51iti)3 , 8c ; ginger snaps ( city ) , tic ;
home miuoginger snaps in boxes , 13c ; home
lillian ginger 5(1111)5 (1 ( lb camis ) per dozen.
$9.50 ; lom'od' cream , 8c ; vretzeis ( hand
made ) , 1i3'c ; assorted cakes and jumbles ,
llKc : assorted fingers , ISo ; afternoon tea
( in tins ) IW ( dozen , * 7.00 ; banana fingers ,
14e ; buttsrijumblos , llKc Brunswick , l5c ;
brandy snaps , ,15c ; chocolate drops ( new ) ,
lOb ; checolato'wafcrs , ISo ; Christmas lunch
( In tins ) , per dozen , $4.54) ; cocoa taffy snalis ,
14o ; cotton cake , i2c ; Cuba jumbles , liKe ;
cream puffs2o ; egg jumbles , 14o ; ginger
drops , llcilioney jumbles , liKe ; jolly fingers -
ers , l5c ; jelly wafers , ISo ; jelly tart ( miow ) ,
15c ; lady fingers , iSo ; vanilla bar , 1-Ic ; va-
nihla wafers , 14c ; Vienna wafers , 1 dozen
packages In box , 1)01' dozen , $2.50.
All goods Packed in cans I Ct. per lb. nil-
vance except Snowflake and Wafer Soda ,
which is hacked only In cans. Soda in 2 lb.
and 3 lb. paperboxes , 34 centperlb. advance ;
all other goods , I cent per lb. advance. Soda
in 1 lb. paper boxes , 1 cent PO lb. advance.
The 2 lb. boxes are vacked in cases holding IS
in a case. The 3 lb. boxes are packel in cases
holding 12 lea case. The 1 lb. boxes are
Packed in cases holding 86 in a case. One lb.
Graham and Oatmeal Wafers packed 2 doz.
in a case.
ShowTops 1or boxes , with glass openingto
show goods , 75 cents , Cans for Wafer Soda ,
$3.00 not returnable. Cans for Snowflake
Soda , * 41.00 per doz. Tin Cases with Glass
Face to display the goods , 75cents each. No
charges for Packages except for cans and returnable -
turnable cases. Glass Front Tin Cans and
"Snowflake" Soda Cans are returnable at
' peiccs charged
Dry Goods ,
Duca-West Point 20 In. oz. , lOKcVest ;
Point 211 In. 10 ox. , l2Ko : West Point 1) ) ) in , 19
02 , iSo ; West Point 44) in. 11 oz , ithe. Chocks
-Caledonia X , OYc ; Caiedonia XX , 1Oc ;
Economy , 9c ; Otis , 8c.
KIiNTUCItY JEANS-Memorial , ISo ; Canton ,
iSo ; Durham , 27Kc ; Hercules , iSo ; Learning-
lou , 22K0 ; Cottswold , 27c.
CnAsit-Stevena' 11 , Ic ; bleached , To ; Ste.
yeas' A 7c ; bleached , 8Kc ; Stevens' P ,
834e ; beacied , Use ; Stevens' N , liKe ;
bleached , l0) < c ; Stevens' 5 H P , 123'c.
MIscg1ANEous-'rabio oil cloth , $2.85 ,
Plain Holland , 8Je to lie ; Dade Holland ,
CAMIIRIcS-Slator , Sc ; Woods , 5c ; Stan.
dard. Sc ; l'eacoek , Sc. 55
Cou'[email protected] ) .
13LA7xKITs-White , $ [email protected] ; colored $1.10
8.00.
13rnAcIIan Simaarixo-Jlcrkeley catnbric ,
No. 60 , 94e' ' Host Yet , 4-4 , 6Ie ; butter cloth
00 , 4Kc ; Cabot , 7Xc'Farweli'SKo' Fruit of
Loom , 0o ; Greene a , Ic' Hope , o ; King'
Phillip cambric , lie ; Lonsdalo , liKe ; Lens-
dale , tie ; New York mills , loXo ; l'epperoll
42-in , rIle ; Pcpperoll , 4e-in. , 19cPopierehi ;
(1-4 ( , lSc.Poppereii ; , 8-i 21c ; PelpereIl 0-4 , 23e ;
Popicroli 10-4 , 2.'ic ; Canton 4-I , 84'c ; Canton ,
4-4 , ( IKe ; 2riuiiphi , IC ; Wamsutta , lie
ley , Sc.
F'LANNE.s-Plaid--Raftsmnan , 20c ; Goshicn ,
89c ; Clear Lake , 89e ; Maple City , 3OKo ;
White-G H No. 2 , tile ; G H No , 1. ,
2lKe' B 11 No. 2 2'2yc ; 11 H No. ' 1 , ' ,
hOe ; ? uecheo No. 1 , 'j , 4ic ; Quechiec. 'No , 11 ,
, 87e : Quechee I4'o 4 , % , 323.c ; Anawan ,
I. . 34C Windsor , 2914c. lied-C , 134-iachI5Ke ;
13c24-inch , 2lc ; GO , 24ineli , 18c ; IC A F , % ,
25 : J It F , a ; , 2TKc ; G , % , 35e.
pmsTs-oIm1) : Cnaons - Atlantic ,
Sinter , SKo ; Berlin Oil , OKoGarner ; oiiocj
To. PINK AN ! ) HonEs-Richmond , 0j4o ; Allomi ,
( iKo ; RmverpoMt , 5o ; StheiltiverOio ; Rich.
mood , Ic ; Pacific ( IKe ; INIfloO BLUE-Wash'
ington , 6e'Century Indigo blue prints , hOc ;
Americanmi To ; Arnold 7c Arnold B ,
lIe ; Arnold A , 12c ; Arnol Gold Seal
laKe. DnEs-Chqrter Oak , 5he ; Ranialo
4Kc ; Lo4i , Sc ; Allen , do : Richmond
3o . ; WindsorOXo ; Eddystone , OKc Pacific ,
tTTON FLNzqELs-10 per cent trade dis-
count-1L(0 , ; CC , 7e ; SS , SKo ; Naiae-
lOSS SKe ; No. 5 , Ic ; EE , OXu ; GG , luKe ;
xx , 12e ; bo. 'lc' ' NN , Ide ; RX , ISo ; H , 9Q.
to , , iO8cu , ; 40 , hiS3.'u ; 60 , l2Kc ; SO , ISo ; 83
colored , hle ) , ( .0 , colored , l2o ; 70 , colored , l5c ;
Bristol , 13k'o'Uniou ; PacifIc , l8.
CiltriT Vut'-i3cbb white , lO,14c ; colored ,
2Oko , ! '
riUnnwN SnsrINo-Atlanta A , 4-I,7Kc ;
Atlaitte H , 4-47.el ' Atlantic D , 4.-l,5o ; At-
, lautioV , - " ? ' Adront 14. , 4-4 0-e ; Ama'
-
mrs 0 , 4-4 , 8o ; Crown XXX , 4-4 , . c ;
hoosier LL 4-4 , flu ; Indian Heath , 0-4 , 7L1o ;
Lawrence LL , 4-4 , Ic' Old Dominion , -4 ,
53.c ; Iepperoli H , 4-4 , c ; Pepporoll , 0. , 4-4 ,
Ic Poppereii 8-4 l8).c ' D-4 2ie
; , - , ; l'eppercll , - ; ;
l'ei'pereli 10-4 23e Utica C 4-4 4c
, - , ; , - , Wa-
r4stt00.44 , 7. cAuroralt ; , 4-4 , Oo ; Aurora
, .
I3Ars-Sthndard , Sc ; ( loin , IOKc ; Beauty ,
123c ; Boone , 14o ; 13 cased , $0.50.
GISOIIAM-Plunkett checks , 7Kc' 'Vhit-
tenton , 7c ; York , 7)-e' ) Normarnit dross ,
8Ke' Calcutta dross 8Xo ; Vhittcuton dress ,
tic' Ionfrew dress , gt 04l2c.
I'zeas-Lovisthn , 80-in , I23c ; Lewiston ,
32-in , , 13io ; York 132-In. , 14' Swift river ,
7Ke ; Thorndiko , bo , 8o ; 'horndiko , EF ,
S4e ; Thorndiko , 120 , 04e ; Thorudiko , XU ,
ISo ; Cordis , No. 5 , liKe ; Cordis , No. 4 11g.
DENIMB-Anioskcag , t1-cz. lOb ; lt.vcrctt ,
7-oz. , ISo ; York 7-oz , 18c ; ilaynmaker , 83.c ;
JalTroy , XX , lie ; .hiffrey , Xxx , l2e ;
Beaver Creek , AA , tOe ; Beaver Crook , 1111
ile ; Beaver Creek , CC , hOc.
General Markets.
GRAIN-Wheat , No. 1 , first quality , floe ;
oFdinary , 57f359c ; rye , 55c ; oats , 84)u'j3le ) ;
yellow corn , 400 ; white corn , 45c ; barley ,
5501600.
} "aouit AND Paso-Minnesota patents , $2.60
per cwt ; Kansas and Missouri fancy winter
i'atnt. $2.6O'i2.7S per cwt ; Nebraska pat-
eats , $2.450j2.50 ier cwt ; rye flour1 * 1.1)04)3 )
2.00 Per cwt ; wheat grahitun , $1.75 Per cWt
rye graham , * 1.4(1 ( per cwt ; New York buckwheat -
wheat , * 0.50017.00 ier bbl ; New Yorlc
buckwheat , $8.50 per cwt ; Excelsior , $0.00
ir bbi ; ready raised , $5.00 , or 100-lb case ;
cornmeal yellow , $ [email protected] Ior cwt' white ,
$ l.O50l.1h icr ewt ; bran , $ lO.00i7.Il0 ver
ton ; scrcening , * 14.500315.00 per ton ; horn-
lay , $3.25 tier bbl ; chopped feed , $ lkM)4)320.00 )
per ton ; chopped corn , * t8,00i9.O ( ( ) per ton.
SolmnTs-Cologno spirits 188 liroof , $1.15 ;
do , 101 proof , $1.18 ; spirits , second
quality , 101 proof , $1.16 ; do , 188 ;
proof , $1.15 ; alcohol , 188 proof , per wino
gallon , $2.16 ; redistilled whiskies $ l.OOL50 ;
gin , blended , $ i.t'0Q2.O0 ; Kentucky bourbons ,
[email protected] ; Kentucky and Pennsylvania
ryes , $2.00030.5t } ; Golden Sheaf bourbon and
rye whiskies , * 1.50013.00 ; brandies , Imported ,
$5.00638fi0 ; domestic , # 1.804)33.00 ; gins hit-
ported , * 4.50036.00 ; domestIc , $ [email protected] ;
champagnes1 lmported , per case , $28.00 ®
33.00 ; American , per case , * iO.OOlO.0O ,
OILS-Carbon , 1225e ; linseed , boiled ,
62c ; linseed , raw , 50c ; castor , No 1 ,
* 1.20 ; No , 2 , $1.12 ; sperm whale , * 1.00 ; fish ,
bank 35c ; neatafoot extra , 55c ; neatafoot No.
I SOc ; gasoline , 74 degrees , ISc ; W. S. lard ,
Ille ; No. 1 lard , 500 ; No. 2 lard , SOc ; W , Vu.
zero , 14c ; W. Vu. summer , 12c ; golden No , 1
40c ; golden No 2 , 2.5e ; whaio , ODe ; naptha i
degree , 1-Ic ; headlight 150 degrees , 12c ; hoed-
light , 175 degrees , 15c ; turpentine , 400 ; cm-
tor. pure , $1.45 er gal.
EXTItACT8-Sandersofl's oil bergamot , per
lb. , * 3.00 ; oil lemon , per lb. , $2.50 ; oil pep-
porniitit , $3.00 ; oil wintergrccn , $2.50 ; olive
oil , Malagn , per gallon , $1.25.
S0AP-Castile , mottled , er lb. , 803100 ; ens
tile , white , [email protected]
! A1NTS-Whith lend , pure Ocwliith ;
load , fancy , Go ; putty , in bladders , 3 ; Paris
white , 3o ; common , 2'4o ' ; red lead 7c.
Wisnow GLASs-Single 70 per cent
double , 70 and 10 per cent discotmnt.
HmnEs-Groon butchers' , [email protected] ; green
cured. 534041c ; dry flint , lie ; dry salt , 8o ;
green calf skins , 7c ; damaged hides two-
-thirds price. Tahlow-3Kc. ( hroase-irimo
white , 43e ; yellow 8c ; brown , 2c. Sheep
lelts , 25c01i.0O. temtdv and unchanged.
Green ox pelts , 33-c ; kip skins , ( unfrozen ) ,
[email protected] ( ; cowhides , 45c.
1'[email protected] ; mink , [email protected] ; musk
ratfall [email protected] ; striped skunk,54)425c , ; mountain
wolf , lo. 1 , * 1.50032.50 ; No. 2 , lrairlo , 5003
75c ; No. 2 25d4Oc ( ; beaver , No. 1 , per lb ,
* 2.00033.00 ; 1'4'o. 2 , $ [email protected] ; otter , $ L0003
6.00 ; dry deer skins , [email protected] per lb ; dry ante-
101)0 , 01k , moose , etc. , 15(95e. (
Hay-Upland prairie , $ [email protected] ; common
coarse , 5.00030.50 ; straw , * 0.00030.50.
PownEn ANt ) SnoT-Shot , $ L45 : buckshot ,
* 1.70 ; Miami powder , $5.00 half kegs , $2.75 ;
omta-fourths , $1.50 ; blast6g , kegs , * 2.15 ;
fuses , 100 feet , 450375c ,
Fr&xsuan-Quotod at $1.85 per busheL
HEAVY HARDWARE-iron , rate , $2.50 ; plow
steel , special cast , 4o ; crucible steel , ( IKe ;
cast tools , do , [email protected] ; wagon spokes , per set ,
* 1.75033.00 ; hubs , persot , $ l.254)2.00 ; folloes ,
sawed dry , * 1.35031.50 ; tongues , each , 7Cc ;
axleseach,75c ; square nuts , per lb. 503l3c ; col-
chain , per ib , ; 64)Jl3c ; melleable , 703100 ; iron
wedges , Cc ; crowbars , Ic ; harrow teeth , 403
4Ke ; spring steel,4030clhurden'Shorse ; shoes ,
, $4.65034.75 ; l3urden'smule shoes , ' 5.115035.75 ;
barbed wire , in car lots , * 4.00 PCI' 100 lbs ; iron
nails , rates 10 to 60 , $2.40 : steel nails , $2.50.
LEATnEII-Oak soles , 850337c ; hemlock
slaughter solo , 266329c ; hemnlocle dry sole ,
210325o ; hemlock kip 115031)Oo ) ; A. & 13. run-
ncr kip , 500375c ; A. bcmniock calf , 'J0c031.00 ;
A. A. hemnlocic calf. "backs , " 75c ; hemlock
upper , 100424c ; English grain upper , 25c ; hemlock -
lock grain upper , 214)324e : Tamnpico 13. L.
Morocco,2t10333c ; Tampico pebble , 0. D. Mo. ,
220320c ; Curacon , 13. G. Mo. , 3Cc ; Simon 0.
D. Mo. , * 2.75033.00 ; Dangola kid , 300335o ;
Kangaroo , 40035Cc ; American calf kid , 32e'
Grieson kids , * 3.00033.50 ; French glazed
kids , * 2.50031.75 ; French calf kids , * 2.7503
3.20 ; oak lcip skins , 80c03l.0O ; oak calf
skins * 1.00031.25 ; French calf skins , $1.2503
2.05 ; French kip skins , * 1.10031,50 ; Russitt
linings , P1.00030.50 irnr doz ; pizik , cream and
white linings , * 0.500310.00 per doz ; colored
toppings , * 9.000311.00.
Dimuas-Ammenia carb , 14c ; camphor
refIned 320 ; COPIeras , 1310 ; cream tartar ,
400 ; cream tartar Powdered. [email protected] ; Indigo -
digo Madras , TSc ; mom-phia sulph , $3.40 ; soda
bi. carb , 4Ko ; Venice turpentine , 350 ; gum
opium , * 4.50 ; quicksilver , 8Cc : quinine , Ocr-
man per oz , 55c ; quinine , I' . & W. , Ole ; wax ,
yellow , pure , 32o ; wax , white , 400348c ; citric
acid , per lb. , 62e ; exuhic acid , per lb. , 12c ,
tartaric acid , powdered , per lb. , 54c ; alum ,
4o ; borax , refined , or lb. , 100.
ad wooden ware
Omaha Itetali Markets. . . . .
Saurday , Fob. 18.
.ithl quotations gimiemi in this Colulnm arc
obtalncd-front , leading dealers anti arc cor-
rcctcet tinily.
CoAL-Per single ton , delivered : Egg ,
$12.00 ; nut , $12.00 ; range , $12.00 ; walnut
block , $5.50 ; Iowa nut , $1.50 ; Iowa lump ,
$5.00 ; Colorado , $5.00.
Commercial Chips.
The Chicago , Burlington & Quincy has do-
oltu'ed a dividend of 2 per cent , payable
March 21 to stockholders , on reeord March20. ' '
The New York Morning Journal is authority -
thority for the statement that Wall street
has soomi its best days and that the amount of
business done is fast decreasing ,
P. D. Armour & Co. , the rn-eat lork pack-
jag firm , show by their returns , recently
compiled , that in 1887 they did a most re.
, rnarkable business , selling over $00,000,000
worth of lrolucts. The weight in hounds
was 425,285,00t ) . This as an aggregate Prol-
ably surpasses that of any business house in
tIme world.
The total number of failures last year
shows a decrease of 200 us compared with
188(1 ( , but tire totals for averages and liabihi-
ties show a large increase. In 18843 there
were 0,0-13 failures , with liabilities of $114-
0-14,110 and nit average of $11,551 , while in
1887 the figures vere 11,384 failures , liabilities
$107,500,144 and average of * 17,832.
The cables announce that the wheat crop
of India is at least thirty days late , which
confirms frequent nOvices by mali stating
that the crop was late and irregular. Eng-
laud depends largely upon India for her
supniy of wheat , and a decrease in the quantity -
tity received 'wilt create a 'greater demand
for American grout , and without doubt cause
an advance in jirices. The area of wheat
Iii the Punjaub Is said to be 15 er cent loss
titan a year ago , The exports from India
between \it'il I and January 28 were 24,7O4 ,
000 bushels , of which 12,770,000 vent to the
L'nitel Kingdom. A heavy decrease like the
above caunot fail to seriously affect- English
muarkets , esPeciallY as stocks are decreasing.
S
Omaha Iusino4s ,
Tlio , condition of the wholesale trade of
this city at the close of the week just ended
is very healthy. At present matters are
nioii,3 ouict thams otherwise. Leading grocers
report trade as being somewhat slew , but at.
tribute ho inactivity to the fact that us the
old proverb would state that country dealers
are ow "between hay ' and grass , " and that
vciy soon morn activity may be looked for.
In anticipation of a good' business all lead.
leg houses are replexmisliing their stocks and
arc importing staples in large quantities in
order to ho ready to fill all orders received at
the earliest nioutcint pOs1ble. Dry goods
men are still hard at work getting reUdy for
Slirilig tradp. Early or'Jurs mire miow coming
III and &ii' shilmienta ! romii this ioImmt atc nOw
quite heavy. 'lime 1uo4lccL for the season'e
trade are vary bright and u very large In. -
crease over last year is looked for , At
Present there is not merit doing in the pro.
duce markets , but nlcaiei's-atmUelp.ttc a change
BOon. Tue same iji&y : be ti'uthfally said of
. nil other hues , Including lumber , heavy hard. '
ware , flout' and feed and general u11roian :
disc. , . ' ' . , . , - , .
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'Eiiiiy BUSINESS REVIEW.
Voiy- Pow Changes to Chrontolo In
the 'thanoin1 Situation.
LOANS COMMAND GOOD INTEREST
Speculation In flaliroad Shares the
Slowest Within Twenty-flyc eare
-A Fair Trade In Grain
and i'roislons.
In the Sante But.
ChicAno , Feb. 18.-ISpeciat Telegram to
tIm Dm5.1-The week under review has
brought few changes inthefinancial situation
here or at other leading fimmancial centers.
Chicago banks , while reporting a suflicloney'
of funds to supply all the legitimate demands
of borrowers who lrcsented desirable signs.
tures or paper backed by convertible collaterals -
orals , svore not disposed to lower rates on any
ciitss of loans , amid at the same institutions
there was less Inclination to accept the figures -
ures ruling at the openimig of the imionthi ,
Strictly gilt-edge names ntmd coihiterals , when
rcsemitcd by local borrowers , occasiommally
comnnianded funds at 5035) per cemmt on call
and thirty 1ay loans , but in immost instances 0
per cent was the inside figure , and the bulk
of the advances on grain , ProVisiemis and
other produce in Chicago elevators and warehouses -
houses were ([email protected] per ccmmt and 7037K
per cent at other leading shipping Points
and S rr comit is the rule on corn and other
grain at interior shippimig stations , There
has been a fair amount of paper offered by
manufacturers and merchants. The former
is largely to be used in the Purchase of materials -
terials for conversion into finished goods ,
while the latter are borrowing with a view
to discounting purchase bills to secure the
advantage allowed to cash eustoators , the
discount being [email protected] per cent against the
buyer on sixty days time. The leading job-
bimmg houses report considerable improve-
bent in trade over tIme preceding week and
collections lettor. New York exchange has
been in moderate demand and steady at par
0125 cents hfl'cmiuin per * 1,000 betwecn'banks.
Foreign exchange was lIrm all weelc and a
shade higher , closing at * 4.84013.83t ( for
shippers' sixty day documentary sterling
bills on London. Mommy at the eastern seaboard -
board and London has shown a tendency to
easeand thicbunk of Ermgiaid , has reduced
its rates to 234 Per ccitt. The bank of
France's rate is also down to 2K and of Germany -
many to 1K per cent. Specuiation in railway -
way shares has been slower titan at any time
within a quarter of a century and some say
the dullest ever known The only apparent
demand canto from "shorts" and the slight
'recoveries recorded were entirely duo to ccv-
oring by "shorts" who were securing profIts.
There was , in fact , miothiing to justify conil-
defoe in the value of shares. Ott the reverse ,
the flerce rate war among the Granger lines
and expectations that it would extend to the
eastern roads was ample ground for general
distrust Total shares 70,700. 'Trading dur-
lug the week has been very fair , both in
grain and provisions. The speculative do-
wand on outside account improved sonto amid
there has also' been miioro doing on
behalf of local operators , time action
of the market during the wcclc influencing an
increased dIsposition to trade. The shipping
movement has continued good , mainly for
corn and oats , and would have been active
but for the firmness in eastbound freights.
Under the inflUence presented markets have
ruled weak , though provisions did miot do-
dine until late in the week. The prices for
wheat declined 1 % , corn 1 ( , Oats 1 , mess
pork 65 , lard 22K , and ribs i2Kc , from the
highest prices paid fast Saturday , with a
slight recovery before the close. Foreign
market advices have been unfavorable , quoting -
ing dull markets and lower prices. Domestic
markets , too , have sympathizod'ivith the general -
oral weakness. Sieeulativo operators have
been disposed to sell and favored the
"short" side , amid time decline in
Iricos brought ' 'out fair quantities
of hiom1g stuff , which helped the depression.
However , there s as much less brought out.
oil stop ordois and the exhaustion of margins
than had been expected , which led to the be-
hief that the markets-is-crc prettywell evened
up. The declimie also brought out a good demand -
mand from the "short" interest.
Receipts have been moderate showing as
yet no particular increase ; in fitet the arriv-
ala of wheat towards the close of the week In
the northwest began to show signs of letting
tip. Mothing siecial in the way of cr01)
news was received. As usual at this season
df the year they are contlicting.
Two very Important events have
occurred during the week umider review
which nm'o closely allied with the grain interests -
ests of this cit' and should alike re-
suIt in bqneiltting our merchants and farimmors
of the vest , lit the first place the announce-
meat by the elevator Proiirietors of Chicago
of a imiaterini reduction in the rates of grain
storage agreeably surprised operators , who ,
although wishing that such steps would be
taken by these interests , hardly dared to ox-
Poet so sweeping a reduction as that con-
ceded. Next came the out in freight from
western loints to Chicago , made by the Chicago -
cage , Burlington & Quincy railroad , An-
ether stop was takemi in the endeavor to
remedy , indirectly , one of the great
evils operating against the grain trade
hero by cross line roads in the way
of freight discrimination against Chicago.
The reduction in grain storage , while not effecting -
fecting first term charges , make a 50 ver cent
reduction on grain held for a longer term.
The reduction in freight to Chicago amounts
to about 4K cents jier bushel , imiost of which
fails to the benefit of interior. shippers and
farmers. Of course It was the general belief -
lief that other roads would fellow the step
taken by the Burlington , but this they have
not done as yet. However , under the interstate -
state commerce law no advance from the
lreseut low rates can be made by the l3ur-
lington until after tea days' notice of such
advance.
AIdiOWE1) TO STARVE.
Cruel Treatment or InIians By time
Donitnian Government ,
SVINNII'mm , Feb. IS.-Special [ Telegram to
the Ban.-Edmonton adviecs state that I.
Cunningham , mernlei of the nortbwcsteOun-
oil , who has just returned from a trip to Lao
La ihiche in the far north , reports the condition -
tion of the Indiansthereasdcplorable. Tiies
Tiidians liavo been cut off from governmnemit
assistance since the lUol rebellion , their
horses , cattle and everything given them
prior telSSI beIng taken front them , They
, nro now raiding the settlers or
are comnjilotey eating them out of
provisions by beiging. The state of affairs
in the Edmonton district is no bettor , where
the Indians are mietually dyiqg of starvation.
A small amount of beef is given tlnnit hero ,
but not enough to Iluliport life. Mr. Cunning.
ham says lie has r000ateliy ( reresented the
condition of affairs by letter to the author-
ties Ut Ottawa and 1cgmus , without eflect and
thinks it S lilt time to give the licartitiss conduct -
duct of the departili2nt pimbl icily.
Two young women at Milled goville ,
Ga. , have engaged hi the Insurance
busimmes and two agents for number ci
companies.
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The "LjL1itY" shoe nas obtaitinil a
rnhititItIioi. wherey.ir Introduced for
'correct .tyle , " "perfect Itt , " ' 'cclii-
rore atmit ilttrhbIIity. " ' ( hey have no
superiors in hand 1i.rn.flasmnl Velts.
Gootty'ar ' Vslis , Sun lacImInn 24e wed.
, liadles , * It ( or time "JtJhLOW" 4heo. .
: ' Trj lhcui A11C13'OU will bu no oiicz'
- ,8t-.i.Lri4 ' ' inri.5-
CAN IT''BE TRUE'
_
That the ltallrostd 'Oompnee 1m.
ploy Millions of Mon ?
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THESTATEMENTOFA , NEW YORK " ,
NEWSPAPER WRITER.
To the Effect hiatTIioro Ar More
Men Enlployel at Ithitroadln *
Thami the Comutfined Foi-ece
of the Intto War
Semite wter in New York-presumably nte "
ingenious than ambitious-is liroparing es.
tilmialt's on this number of railtonO mites at work
In the United States. Ills work was prompted
1)3' time remimark of Chiuinyo flriew ; , at a recent
1)iiitmot t locomotive cogineurs , that the New
York Central read alone had niore than ton rettl
Ixients of tiiefl Imi its emmmplo ) . AconlIng to the
work of the statistician referred to time railroad
muon , or the men at work In nih the dlffersnl "
1)rammchmes cominretei with the riiilroads in the
Utiltel States. if gathered together , wouhit make
an armmmy greater thati that , if Xurxcs whan he
iiinrchetl eastward to thni con(11msst of Ureece.
According to his llgure.s no Ruropoan miatlofl
has a stamulimig army one-halt the mmumerk's
strength of the American railroad mites , and , I
1U ) is right , the rittlroad mcmi iii this country
taken together , exceed In number tiifl rolls o
botim time minion anil eonfe'deartn troops of our
liit ar ankietl together.
If this is true it Is indeed wonderful. flut
whit'n 01mm 5101)5 14) Ihumik that there Is tiot a city -
of aiii' slz Iii the Country that t1os not em-
vIny Its host of railroaders , these figures do not , '
,
st'Ili 50 'ery atnimige , '
Olitatia aimitl Coumicli Bluffs , with their net.
work of railrads that stretch ciii like imtfllftfl (
erable mush frcmn the center of i circle towardS
tile cIrcumference , have a i.imiaIi army of rail-
roan men and emnployes living within their
bounds , The writer was uet'er mnoio iimmprCised
vltht their numerical Immiportanco as a coimipo- '
flout Part of the lPiiiattOii of both cities than
In thmi' course of , i conversation i-eeoiitiy with
MrVilltamn Conmior , who % VUS in the employ of -
tint hubs l'acilIc for miimietcen consecutive
years. A machinist by trade , but for sometint '
liast hiss beemi taking life easy. being now hi his .
( uthm year. lie hi Mcii and favorably known , re
siding In Omaha for the hflst ill years.
Duming the convsrsation serious snbjoeg
% vere talked about , ammmommg which was the healthj
of Mr. Connorswhio said : " 1 haVe been troubie4
for years with what several physicians tormmi , ' %
imialarial fever. My trouble begail with a cold ,
and I lout a high fci'cr which continued us-
almateit for about thmeo weeks , which vaa at-
tt'mile&l with lucre OC lce , of a cough and the
rising of mucus of a tough kind , and which
sremmit'd to hold on with this tenacity of a fight.
log bulldog. I called in to astst nature a ledo
lug IthiVaictan , took hits limcdietflm-btit got no re-
list , l'amitIimg help I consult-ed another and still
another nmmiommg thorn beimmg the so-c-ailed beal
doctors In the city , Thmeyiioped me with
QUiiilNli con r.ivgit OIL ATISENIO
and oIlier drugs , amid In place of getting better
grow worse. I actualiy believe I have bottlei
and box's enough ) at hommie to start two apothe-
carl 51(01)8. 1 limit ilot oxaggemating a particle
Muon I say I imal at least thlrty.livo or rorty y
blisters on nie I had pain in time , fiont part of
fli ) ' beadamnl through may chest amid in my shoul. '
ders. My nose would stol ) UI ) antI made my r
breathing dilhtcimit . "
"You were certainly In a bail vay. "
"Yes , but that was not all niy ironbie. While _ ,
lying down at night this imitteotis or phleghmn . I
WouI(1 gather In flu throat situ I 'Would swSiIoW , ,
it , which , I think , poisoned lily' stomach and
formel a gas , and after a whIle nothing that I
ate would want to remain on uiy stomach ,
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1-sr4 ?
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whIch , in adilitton to my liver , seemed to 'e "
always out of order. My eyes trero weak amid : .
tntiaitimued. and emitted considerable water at '
tunes , I had a btmzziimg and roaring noise in my
heat and ears , which put mae in mind 0 ? a train - 4.
01' cars pa'ning through a covered bridge. I
'ou1d hawk and spit amnst-cmtttnuahly ) , and in . '
thin morning tiftor risimmg would lowe to gag and ' '
vomtiit forsomnetimnes an hour before I would got
lily throat clear. "
'Iiut you seem all right now ? " floyou fool us : '
well as you iook'e" nucried the scrilme. '
"SVeII , I should say. I am all rlichit now , and '
thinic I feel oven hotter than I look. " '
"fly what method or treatment did you obtain
time mmmcli neciled relief ? " ,
' 1 have boon a rmulor of the daily papers ever ,
since they vero published lii Oniaha , and rcaii
tIle notices of tint cures peolilo lout received by - )
using Dr. McCoy's treatnient. I concluded to , Y
try lOin , amid tint ri'stmit Is ito has cured me
entirely. audi feel well agaIn sitS sin thankful
them' , : is located in Onmha such a specialist as . -
tue , ioctor. sI , tutu lioth tIme doctor anii ht' asso-
clate iur'ii'ofi ability real believe them to be
thoroughly' rrhiahlo gentln'mncn.
Mr.Conmier reitles ) at 101)1 ) % 'ebster streetwhere -
ho will be glad to corroborate the above state- . ,
meat.
A LEitDIG 1'IYStOIsOGlST
Advances His Theory or'Oatarrh and Y
Consumption-lIla Advice
on io SuiJcct. "
One of the host learned physicians of modern'
times , in an article on catarrlt amid consump
tiomi. says : "Time treatment of con'umption has
umade great advances by the introfiuctionot sow
remedies , and has enBllad the close student and
specialist to astabiih indications for remedies
bug iii use , so that by their methodical appilea.
that bettor results are attained than were for-
mnerly gained at a tinme when conaurnptiofl , an4
cancer were regarded as edualhy Incurable , anti
'were somiiewhiat slmiiilmirly treated , ,
"The treatment of consumption dentands' a
careful avoidance or all agents calcuisted to
cause hiyperemnia of the lungs and bronchial ca.
tarrhi1 ersons In vlioimi a tendency to eon
suimiption is suspected should be treated with
the greatest cart , anti attontlin. ,
"FInally , t'Iietiever there is time itlightest sue. , j
picien of a prehIspoltlon ( to consunmptlon. every
catarrah ma matter how slight , should be treat. .
ad with tte utmost cure , widen must flot be ye. ,
taxed until tim cutarrli Is entirely well. This
rule. so obvious front our PoInt of view , is very ,
frequently violated. ,
"Mi.ny patiemits fall a victim to tIme deeply
rooted prejudice that a noglectedcatai'rh never " ' .
leads to censuiiiptton.
IN SIMPLE FO1tM.
-i--
- - - '
l'opular Expiammailon of a Matte
lJsuaiiy Veiled inTcchnloahlttes. .t.
In thus connection there can hardly' be a misore
interesting fttiiject than the imltlimiats eflect * of
catarrb upon time hearIng. TIie1rcese8 of this
disease Iii polsomiing time breath , rotting away
thoilehicato amachtinery of smelt lied taste , pois.
cuing time lungs iind time blood , 1111(1 passing Into
tIme stomnmtchm , enfeebling the digestion , vitiating
thi , , secretions atid pohinting tIn , very folmntalits
of life. All this has , PerhliPs. been very generally -
orally ( hiscmmssccl , bitt the very frrquent effect of
calairli of the nreiind threat upon the hearing
baa hOt been touched upon as often as the sub.
ject warnumts.
A very little study of anatomT will show the
remidc-r that the Jumictien or thin back passage of
tilt' iiui0 amid the upper Iart of limo throat ii con.
tieCtotI s'itli the oar by uimiimutto aiil delicate pas.
age known as the Etmstaehiian tube. Aimg this
tube thit' tatnrrhal irocess extends , producing
congebtion and lniiaimumatton. Ily the further
extension of thii process to the mucus lining of
the tynmliitnunm of the- ear in caused. in som
cases. slight furniS of catarrit of the middle ear
and in this way Ilartial or COUfliete doafneS %
may In like manner icault front time thickened
tlssiio encrmathiflg upon time mouth of the'
Eustuchiiami tube.
Partial ( ii' conipll.te deafness may also result
fioni cittairliiil interference with the nasal
lireatiting , depriving time ear of a proper supply
of iniie aIr or frommi the elrocts of omntrmmctioli
In the mutsa ) Iassages , citmisliig umiduti raridea.
tioncr coudunsatiouof the air In the mlddio
ear.
ear.Iii such caos its theo general retmiedtewhtch
at' . : of en rsci'ihd , iruvo omnpsratjveiy in-
effetlvo. A cute can omiiy be obtained by eliOt.
fiml anti scientific local treatrnent and let it b
zulu hale flint nothing coillIl be attenited wills
111010 nhtsastroiis results titan utiekihiflil local
tmnatnirnt-cmnbliied tyitli con'tltntionsl ti'at-
Illimmit. amid came rot' time ilsea Which brought
about time trouolo I ) thu htearln , ' '
Permanently Locateti.
Dr , Ct'enp .1 , McCoy. late of flellevue HospitAl ,
New 'omk , and bis nasoctalt's , late of the
tjnlversity ( if New York City , iso of lYasit-
ingioli , 0. C. . have iccited lierlnanently In
tue Italilge blocit , Omnsii.s , Neb. where
nil curable cases are treated skIifnlly ,
COlt'Umiiitiou , 1Irfglmts Disease ,
, DyBpt'i'ia. iiheumnatism , nt1 all
ziervous diseases. All diseas
ptculi.tr to he ii specialty , . ' '
CATAREH CURED !
CouultatIoa at oiilCe or by mall. SI. OIflS
hioilrsOtoil ani.,2to4p. as. ,
7t i6piii.
uSaJ Riars PICnI 8 a. , to 1 p. .
Correpoud.uCe yuceivss promlipt attention.
No loiters iui4wered uulss accoinpauted hyde
In srimip. ,
4i(1tr41 ( ( all mall It ) Di" . McCoy Romg-
sti 311 , Uuwebuittlit Onutlmh'O ,
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