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r THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , NOVEMBER 17 , 1880.-TWENTY PAGES 15 H
W THE CONDITION OF TRADE
K Local Monetary S.tuaUon Reported
H ns Virtually Uiichaugod
B PLENTIFUL SUPPLY OF FUNDS
Bj A Ilonvy Increase In Clearings unci
Bj tlio Kxplunnttnn There Tor .V
Bj Tcnilonoy in lllglicr I'rlccs
H In Must Htnplcs
Bj In Ijncnl Commercial Circles
HJ , The local roonctnry situation Is virtually
BJ unchanged Xhoro Is a jilcntilul supply ot
Bj loannljlo funds , with n fair demand from the
HJ city nnd a very liberal call from the country
HJ lor inonny to loan to stock fenders , who llnd
HJ in ttio well nilcil granaries and equable ell
HJ mate ot Nebraska the two great necessities
HJ to insure them success In their ventures
HJ Hates are firm at 8 to 10 per cent per annum
HJ Kxchunga is very scareo The cloarlngs
HJ show a heavy Increase , but this is partially
I , duo to the fact that bankers have pormlttod
H | tliolr credits to nrcruo nt tbo clearing liouso ,
Hj hoping to have thorn settled In Chicago or
Now York exchange by the debtor banks ,
i but the scarcity of exchange has bocn so
great Hint the balances hnvo piled up r.bnor-
4 • mally Mr Hughes reports the clear
HE lngn footings for ttio week nl
HE (5,2l4fST7.07 , an Incrdaso ot 31 per
HE cant , Thu balances wcro $1,702,127.72.
EH ; 1 Collections nro pretty good Extensions tire
HE.naked . for , but not so frequently ns to create
EHalarm as to the situation among debtors lu
BHj ' tbo country ; nnd well-posted credit men do
Bfe not ndtnlt that cpllcctlons nro slower than
BE } should bo oxocctetl unilor the circumstances ,
BHf when It is considered that prices tor turmcrs'
BHT > products nro so low nnd that naturally the
El producer hesitates to sail nt lets than cost ,
> Tlio fact that such largo numbers of cattle
IB ) „ nnd sheep ns nro reported coming to this
Btnto for wlntor feeding oncourngos creditors
BflEj to iiclibvo that while collodions inny bo slow
Blfl the ultimata satisfactory result is merely de-
flBB ldycd and that losses will bo smaller on sales
BlEj tniiilo this year than hist
Ell Prices nro steady nnd In most staples n
EEl ' tendency to higher figures Is noticeable
flflB Sugars ara strong nnd grautilatcd is lirni nt
BB 7 > ic Housted colTees nru fully J-i lcr pound
B lilgher , under the Influence of uilviccs from
B | Hra7ll , Indicating political disturbances
B tliore and nn embargo tompornrlly nt
i least on shipments through tlio ports of
l that empire Drlca fruits are steady and
i in actlvo demand Italslns , osucci illy , arc
! scarce ami higher Canned corn , tomatoes
B and fruits are unchanged
Hf ' Haritwnro'iind lumber tncrchnnts report
Hi , n fair trade and quotations steady Nnils
SB uiitl wire aru very llrmund likely to advance
HB The producomarkets have been active dur-
BH ing the week , with a scarcity of eggs , mid
HB strictly fresh quoted at Wa per dozen I'oul-
B try'ls lu good request nnd steady ut 010 } c
BB for cholco chickens , common stock gelling ut
B 7etSc , * cholco tuikeys [email protected] , ducks and
H' ' gcose [email protected] ! Llvo poultry is rather slow
BH sn\o \ comparatively Tbo market for butter
M is wcukor un 'dor heavy receipts Fancy
B dairy bringing not over 14(31Ge ( , cholco
MB crcamory [email protected]'Jlc , nnd n fair to good article
of table dairy [email protected] , with low grades taken
' uy packerB at [email protected]
> BB Game is in actlvo demand nnd prices are
BB ! steady for birds and quotable at ? 4 U0 to $4.50
AVmb for crouso and chickens $ .100 to $ .150 for
mallards MKcd ducks Fit ) : ) : snipe , $1.00 ;
HH qdail , $1.G0 ; jack rabbits , S4.004 ( 50 , llnlos
BBI nro lower by } { c per pound for jrecn baited
• VmW l'rovislons are shaded in the Inst packers
BBtl prices current , nnd hams are [email protected] and
BBI lOJ o per pound tor heavy , medium and ltght
BBI respectively Dry suit inoats nro quoted ,
BBI Bhouldors1K V short ribs , 5Xc ; hollies O o.
• HHt Thcso n < * o packers figures , jobbers add } o to
BB lo per pound for small lots Lard is , pure
{ SHf leaf , GVa ; liettlo rendered , 7c in tierces
tHB ' Ketull trade tus biten very actlvo In _ nll
l&BB Jlprs , and city collections buvo improved as
| fM | will
f , The new barbed wire nnd nail trust will
Ml' bo Known as the Federal Steel company ,
1JbJ1 < With a capital or $10,000,000 or $12O0ll.OJD , , of
f which $5,000,000 to $11,000,000 will icprcsont
SHa , the vnluo of the plants In the trust and the
HBi romulndor will bo water The headquarters
VHflt will bo at Chicago
. Kvaporatcd apples are lower in price , both
1 local und interior holders scomiiig moro
H ; . inclined to meet cxDort offers Prejudice
l Bj ugalnsi tbo goods in soma markets , cense
K qucnt upon seeming cvldcnco of too free use
ft j K ot sulphilr in curinc doubtless affects the
j K movement in the Kuropcnn markets , and the
, BSf comparative cheapness of old crop , saying
tSBft / nothing of the relatively lower prices ut
[ J Bff I which sun-dried apples can bo had , is not
yBBa . * , wltlioutoffcct Tlio Now York Commercial
B Ha ' Uullctlu states that export lntoro3t seems to
BBj , | center more on sun-dried fruit in kegs ut 4(0) ( )
jABB ) r 4 > oas to quality , and some attontlon is also
B B # , b given quarters nt [email protected]
B Bk Dctweon the suuply of mackerel from
B BT' * Great Uritain , Norway and the bay ilect
; BB > 'j thcro scorns to bo enough Ush for current
i BS t wantb , yet no great Burplus
Bi , Advices from llnltimoro nro to the effect
i BJ ? that canned oysters can now bo obtained ut
, BBi less than OOo for llvu-ounco und 31.UJ for ton
> Bf ounce goods ,
- Bn The Louisiana Planter says of the Now
Bf Orleans sugar market : "ClurlQed comes lu
BB u moro freely tnan opcn-kcttlo , but for both
> BB kinds our market lias been firmer tbun wo
; Bh bad reason to expect , in view of weakness
' elsowhcro , and the demand romalus Buf-
. Bfl Jlclent to move all receipts Buyers claim
iBfl that tlio assortment is not so good as last
' B year , but seem to have found llltlo difllculty
SB in lining orders lor j cllow until within the
l flBt , astlu' ° days "
JIBf Tlio annual report of the United btatos
* BB' treasurer mentions the fact that during the
.Bj fiscal year ended Juno ! I0 , lb80 , there was n
B / decrease ot $41,009,000 , In the national bank
Bfl circulation , thu largest reduction in any
, flB year slnco this currency wus lirst issucil
B Slnco ISS- ihcro tins boon n , decreasaof $150-
000,000 , of which Sl'JO.003,000 was in the last
Bfl tlireo years The reduction is preceding
BB steadily The final extinction of the national
SB bunk circulation nppoars to bo only a nucs-
: BJ tion of tlmo unless sonio chunge is mudo In
Bf thd basis ot circulation
BJ The annual report of the British board of
, ) < trade has laloly been issued , bIiowIiic the
; BBV capital , trattle , and working expenses ot the
jBB § railroads ot thoUnltod Klnguoin for the year
SflB lBsy At the close ot that year the railroads
BIB represented a lanuth opUn for trafua ot
BBBf lV.Hl'J miles and a total capitalization und
BBBf debt ot $4,325,000,000. This U equal to
BBBf ; vatlior moro tlinu U18.000 capltnl par mile
BBBJj In the United States 18Si closnd with 15D.03J
BBu miles ot railroads completed and n total
BBBflj Bhui a capital und Indebtedness of $ V.UiO- ;
flflBflH Utt3.tl31. This is equal to only $00,000 per
BflE mile
BBf The receipts of mackerel in Boston last
BBBflf month wcro 11 , "U5 barrels , or about 45 per
BBflBr cent of the entire rocclpts for the past uluo
BBBH months It begins to lank as though Kuropo
IBB would make up for the shortogo of the catch
BflJ In American waters In October last year
BBS * the receipts wcro 7,803 barrels ,
BBflB Nearly 500,000 pounds of dried apples were
BBflH exported from this countrv uurlng Boptom-
SR bcr and a total of 10,1157,050 pounds during
BBBj ; the nluo months cudlng September U0. lu
Bflfll the llrst nluo months ot lSSStho exports woto
Bflfli 5,75'J.UO pounds ,
BflHi The Imports of raisins Into tbo United
BBflBl States during tlio niuo months ending Hop
Bflfli tcuibor 00 , lbS ! ) , were , according to the
II statistics returns , 0,7oOS09 pounds The
BBflfll total for the corresponding period last your
Bflfli Is 111,214,725 pounds Importations of plums
Bflfli nnd iprimes were 24,429,042 pounds , against
BBBflV' r > ' . ' .775,000 , pounds last year
The Now York Commercial Bulletin
states that most reports from Baltimore nro
i to the affect that 00 eonts tor llvo-ouuco nnd
L50 for toii-ounco oysteru ore bottom
BBBflj ? llgurcs but soma suggest that 85 cents
BBBB , und tfl.4.1 will yet buy in rcmoto
BflBflJ : cases Tbo Intimation Is given that
JflBflJ ] packers think seriously ot putting their
BBBB figures up to $1 und tl.70 , otvlng to tlio al-
BBBB legcd small receipts of shell oysters The
BBBB supply for ttio llrst week in November is
BBBB said to have boon fur behind that ot the cor-
BBBB res | > ondluK pcrloa last year
BBBB Thcro Is a continued call fur raw sugars ,
BBBB with uo sellers nt former rates It Is said
SB tba ( J Lieut , Instead ot estimating nn In-
flj crease ot 150,000 tons In the beet crop , now
BflBlj estimates 33,000 tots shortage
BflBflJ Jcroniiuu Husk , secretary ot agriculture
BflBflJ reports that 500,000. ( arms are worked in the
BBBB United Stales by 10,000,000 people , ropro-
BBBB scutlug 110,000,000 ot population , little less
BBBflj than halt the people of tlio United States
BBBflj The voluo ot their product Is placed at * 4- ,
H ooiioooooo .
BBflB The bulk of Kuropcan mackerel coming
In nl present moots the requirements ot
American grmllng for No S and No 3 Nor
way futnishes some No l's , hut not tnsny ,
although a fair share of fat 2's that could bo
worked In on a pinch In soft stock the
fish Trom the shores of the Eraoraliislo ; have
ttio preference , because of bi > ! ng thinner
thnn Norwegian , and consequently less ob
jectionable in npncarmice
The director of the mint recommends Irgls-
lntion looking towards the discontinuance of
the coinage of the M nnd II gold pieces nnd
the Il-cunl nickel piece , nnd the wltbdrnwal
from circulation of pieces ot those denomina
tions now outstanding
O.HA.UA iiivn srooic
Came
Satunlay , November 10.
There wnt n light run of cattle even for n
Saturday ; .nd not enough to make much of n
market Still there were some of the best
cattle that huvo boon horn this week , al
though there was nothing strictly prime
The general market wn * not much different
from ivhnt It was yesterd.iVi values remain
ing nbont the same As high ns $4.40 was
paid for oho bunch of pretty good beeves ,
but the sales of nati\cswcro principally nt
$3 [email protected] , Thcro was soma trading in
feeders anil sorcral bunches changed hands ,
but ns usual on Saturday the demand was
limited Native feeders sold at [email protected]
nnd westerns nt $2.50. Cows sold fairly well
nt steady prices DoMrabla cow stuff Is
bringing high prices lu compaiison with the
wny other cattle nio selling Nntlvo cows
brought $1.70OJ.S5.
II" . - • ' . ,
Tlio bulk of the hogs sold at 5c higher to
day It was a $3.70 market , against u $31 > 5
markotyesterdlv Tlio top was the snmo
ns ycstonlay , $3.75 for good llgMT weights
The mnrkot was latrly nctivo ut the prices ,
und the hogs were all disposed of in good
Benson in the morning
Sheep
Sheep sold lOo liighor today , westerns
going utl , 20 ,
ltuumpci
Cattle 700
Hogs . 3,700
Sheep . . * . . . . . . . . . . .i 357
l'rovniliiis Irtcps
• TliofJlWwi'i- ' ; tibljnf prlasi piU In
tliisnnrknt for thj gral * of staalc tuai-
tloucd :
l-rimostoors. 13JJ to li)0llu. , $1.2) © l.0 >
Good steers , 121J to 1I > J lbi . 3 , 'JJ ' tjl.25
Goodstcerii , 105) ) to ltj ; lbi . . 3.50 ( ii.W )
Common 1003 to 1153 lb stcor * . 3 0J ( S J. . ' > 0
Vestornsteors , , , 2.5) 03.20
Common canhcrs ' . 1.0) ( j-tl.5)
Ordinary to fair cows 1.5) r t.SO
Kuir to good cows 1,83 ( uii.VJ
Good to cholco cows 2.15 C < < i.5'J '
Fnirtogood bulls 1.53 ( ( Ci.0)
Lightstoei-ers and feidors . . . 2.0J nili.OO
Feeders * J5Uo ( 110) lbs 220 oc' .l 00
Fair to choice light hogs 3 70 ( rt > 3,75
Fuir to choice heavy nogs 3.70
Fair to clirtico tnUed ho s 3.03 ( H 3.72 > j
Common to rough hozs 3.25 G J.5)
lloproseniiirivc a ilui
tTinn : < j.
No Av Pr . No - Av Pr
1 1500 $2 50 15. . . . . . . . .1441 $1 70
2 13S0 2 50 3,1 1US0 3 70
II 1047 2 00 10 1330 3 110
2 1T.5 3 00 B8 1220 3 05
33 1251 3 00 40 WIS 3 05
21 1111. 3 0" 10 1300 4 03
IS 1185 3 40 87. 1103 4 10
J llteO 3 50 40 1370 4 12M
111 071 355 23 15(15140 (
cows
20 SM 170 CO 1003 2 50
10 1050 1 S5 4 1125 2'GO '
1 1200 2 111 1 113 > 2 05
S 11C0 2 15 1 USO 2 S3
1 1210 2 50
50VnEDEHS.
VnEDEHS
7 854 2 33 CJ 8SS 2 0)
12 1012 2 40
ST0CKEK3.
0 478 2 25 35 CS3 2 05
45 UVJ 2 53
53CALVES.
CALVES
' ' ' "
4 143 4 00
nuiu '
13 1235 1 GO '
WKSTEIty OITTLE
Owner and No • Av Pr
11 steers , corn fed . . 1320 3 00
3. N. Pourso
73 f oedors 003 2 50
7'canners 621 1 bO
11003.
No Av Sk Pr No Av Sk Pr
00..123 80 3 45 74..201 80 3 70
10..403 120 8 Ki 70..243 80 3 70
117..109 IliO 3 02 > tf 51. - . . .305 120 3 70
W.2i0 ) 203 3 05 Oil..373 3 70
(13..3-41 ( 200 3 07K M.2s0 ) 120 3 70
50.329 40 3 70 ( U..277 120 3 70
74..331 200 3 70 72..253 80 3 70
150..215 300 3 70 77..227 ldO 3 70
57..298 120 3 70 52..3' )3 120 3 10
74.221 100 3 70 CO..272 80 3 70
01.371 100 3 70 07..2JU 120 3 70
58..314 230 3 70 07..2S3 200 3 70
59..2S3 100 3 70 59..310 40 3 70
54..319 100 3 70 01..303 40 3 70
09..213 80 3 70 53..270 100 3 70
07..247 210 3 70 00..301 120 3 70
71..201 80 3 70 5S..307 100 3 70
10..207 120 3 70 02..211 310 3 70
< U..309 40 3 70 01..253 120 3 70
53..314 100 3 70 05..205 120 3 70
00..255 80 3 70 78..240 100 3 70
45..293 80 3 70 01..281 120 3 70
57..2S3 40 3 70 50..327 3 70
07..274 bO 3 70 -H..2S8 $0 3 72K
05..293 200 3 70 CO..389 100 3fi !
07..272 249 3 70 4S..2 9 200 3 7JK
58..375 40 3 70 07..201 120 3 72 }
73. . . 270 120 3 70 GO..317 100 3 Ti %
53 . . 209 320 3 70 00..295 40 3 75
L1UIIT sou is
101..231 40 3 75 199..233 40 3 73
SIIECIV
No Kit Wt Pre
307 western US t 20
live Slock : Notes
A. Dexter had hogs in from Blair
U. Uoutlng , of Platte Center , marketed
hogs ,
W. A. Vinloy came In from Greenwood
with hogs
Hortou Brothers marketed hogs from
Vordlgro
Charles GriOIth , of Lincoln , was visiting
the yards
Fred Voss , of Logan , was nn Iowa visitor
ut the yurds
J. C. Helm , ot Chicago , was , one ot tbo
ynrd visitors
It Ilolgrcen had two loads ot fat cattle in
from Kearney
J. D. Stroator , of Uaymoiid.was , In with
two loads of cattlu '
M. Cunningham , ot Davis & Co , hud hogs
In from Malvern , la
J , S. Fordyco had a double-deck car of
sheep In from Schuyler
Sprague & James , ot Bonedlct , had two
loads ot cattle on tlio market
Mludon , la , was represented by Peter
Kiilors , who bad hogs on thu mnrkot
G. II , liubbitt , the well known Ashland
stockman , brought in two cars ot fat cattle
this morning which put the very respectable
top of $140 on the market
The week closed with hogs selling not far
front 100 lower than nt the opening , u small
dcclino for a market that has had a down
ward tendency nearly all tbo week ,
Mr Sutton , ot the firm of Mcintosh & Sut
ton Chapman , Neb , brought in two cars of
hogs Tbo hog cholera has made its appear
ance u few miles west ot them ana-has
cleaned out several f armors herds Mor-
rlck county Is feeding about the buuio nutu-
bor of cattle us last year , but m tno Imme
diate vicinity otCnapmuu ttiero are not so
many
OMAHA AVHOl.liHAblO MAIUCET8.
I'rmlunr , Fruits , Ktc
Kaos-Strictly fresh , 19c ; cold storage
Hides , Pelts , Tallow , Etc Green
salted hides , 5o ; damaged tildes , Ul o ; dry
Hint Hides , 7c ; calf hides , BS5) ( cj damaged
hides , 2a lesi ; snoop pelts , green , each , 25c ®
$1.00 ; sheen pelts , dry , per lb , 7013a ; tallow ,
No 1 , mko ; No 3 , & ® iiogrease \ , white ,
4(34 ( Wo ; yellow , 2 > 3a
Sausagk Bologna , [email protected] ; Frankfort 7c ;
tongue , 8o ; summer , ISo ; headcheese , Cc
Poui.Tiir Chlchcatt , per doz , live , hens
$3.50 ; spring , $3 NX 2.75 ; dressed , per lb [email protected]
Uo' turkeys , Uvo , 8(310c ( ; dressed , lOQllo ;
ducks , live , per doz $2.50t3,00 ; dressed ,
per lb OQIlc ; goose , iivo , per doz , $3.00 < 3 < J.OO ,
I dressed per lb , [email protected]
LiKU Tierces Refined Oct pur * leaf ,
GJfe : kettle rendered "c Add V lo JJe for
smaller quantities
Worn Fine , average , 32 < ft23o ; medium ,
average , [email protected] ; quartet blood , nverogc , SO
Q31o ; conrso , overage , 13 < 3t7c ; rttts nnd
rough , nvcrajc , [email protected]
FLns Beaver , eacn , [email protected] > U ; otter ,
each , $3.00(37.00 ( ! wolf , each , [email protected]$1.25 ;
coon , eoch , ! 25 < tf5 ; milk , each , lSQGOo ;
muskrnt , fall , [email protected] ! skunk raV [email protected]'
badger , rat , 25rt ( 0c , dcor skirts , fall , per lb ,
[email protected]
Lemons Fancy , M00 9M , qholec , $4 50
(30 ( 00.
CitKESii Young Amorlcns , full cream ,
10e ; factory twins , 11$12Hei oft grade ,
7rf8e ; Van Uossen Bdoui , $11.60 per doz ; slip
sneo , 23c ; brick , 12 } < c ; llmburgcr , lie ; do
mestic Swis , 13Q14C
CiasiiERttlES Capo Cod * [email protected] ,
Oiunoes Louisiana , per bax , $4.00. '
Ui'ckw iibm Flouu Per bbl , $3 50.
Aitlks Per bbl , commou $ U35(3t.50i (
choice , $ * . ' 00 < S3.f > 0. . , ,
CALiroiiSI i GltAIT-S $1 [email protected]
Pllilli 40 lb boxes , $ l.75S2.25. ; i
1av\x\i According to size , per bunch ,
$2 00(33.00. ' ' • " , .
llcTTi.itisi : Tub * , 14c : rolls , 15b. - •
Coco \s uts Per 10J , $3.00.
AlTl.li BlTtEll Co
CiliEit Hbls $5.50 ; lit hols , $3J . „
Mai-li : Stout 12) (3l5o ( per lb " -
VKAiCholcc , mecllu size " , [email protected] bhojco
heavy , < [email protected] .
LiynPioEO.vs Per dnz , $1.50.
Game I'rnirio chlckdns , $3.0)iJ3.5P ( ( mal
lard ducks , $3 00 < g3 50 : mixed duckt , . $1 urt ®
q.OOttcal , $ l.3.yl.f > 0 ; Jacksnlpo , * l.O0ai.3i ( ;
suml , ? [email protected] ; Jack rnbblti , ff.00 < ; { 4.50 ;
lmall rabbits $1.00i | l 20 ; squlrrdls ; $1.0008
1,10 ; plover , 75c < al.l,0 , ; venison'si'ddlcs , 11 ©
2Jc ; carcasses , 7it0c. ( • -
He * ns Cholco handpicked navy , $1.75(75 (
2.00 ; cholco hnnd-plrkcd nlcdium , $1 < > 5rt (
l.bO ; cholco handpicked country , $ [email protected] ;
clean country , $ [email protected] ) , inferior country ,
[email protected]
Faiiinaceous Goods Barley , ,3 < ri3Ko ;
farina-IKe ; Peas , 3t c ; bat uiual , iij ( t < . > c ;
maccaroni , Uo ; vermicelli , tlu ; rice , : tM(3) ( )
7c ; sago nnd tapioca , [email protected] ; , buckwheat ,
bbls , $5,5' ) .
StLHOtit I'VClS' c per lb
Stiiich I5i)3c ) per lb , ,
Stox u Poi.hii J2.O0G53 87 per eross
briCES Whole , per ID Allspice , Uo ; Cus-i
sin , China , 9c ; cloves , Pcn-ing , i23e ; ' nut
megs , No 1 , 75o ; pepper , [email protected]
Lye ? 1.75Q 1.50 per case .
NUTS AlinomK 15Ul7c ; Brazils , 10c ; filberts - '
berts , lie ; pecans , lOe ; walnuts , ' 12) ) < fcH > en-
nut cocks , 8J < e ; ions ted , lie } Tennessee pen '
nuts , 7c.
Wiut-riso PAl-rn Straw , per lb , ljfi (
2' ' c ; rug , 2We ; manilln , U , 5KO > 4'e ; No
I , 8c.
IUo Unbn Square , 35 per cent off llsti
SAt.r Dairy , 2s0 lbs In bbl , bulk , $3.10 ;
best grade , 09 , 5s , * 2 30 ; best grade , 100 , 3s ,
$2.40 ; best grade , 23 , 10s , $2 20 ; rock salt ,
crushed , $ lt > 0 ; dairy suit , Ashton , 50-lblings ,
a ie ; bulk , 32Mb b.igs , $3.23 ; common , In
bbls , $1.25.
Groceries ,
Piiovisions Hams , No 1 , 10-lb. average
10 > 5o20to2Jlbs ; , too ; 12 to ; 14 lbs , Uo ;
shoulders , Be ; breakfast bacon , No 1-BJfo , ;
ham sausage , 0c ; itnod beef hams , 8o * . beef
tongues , $1100 per dozsitf dry salt meats , 4X
QOJs 'c | ier lb ; hara rou\ette \ , OJ c ; add lc per
lb lnr small lots
CorrEE Hoastod Arbucklo's Arlosa ,
23 u ; McLaughlin'sXXXX , 23 c ; German ,
SJ 'so ' ; Dllworth , 'Ma ; Ahiroma , 2Jc.
Fish Salt Dried codfish , [email protected] ; sealed
herring , 2leper box ; hoi herring , dom , 55c ;
Hamburg , spiced herring$1.53 ; hnl herring ,
Imp , 80c ; inaciccrcl , fto 1 shore , $11.50 ;
fancy mess , $13.50 per 103 lbs ; white llsh ,
No 1 , S7.00 ; family , 82,75 ; trout , 55.25 : sal
mon , S3.50 ; anchovies , 8 > e.
Oils Kerosene P. \ V9J < fcV. ; . W. .
UUei hoadlight,12ceasbllno. ; . 12e ; lnrd
No 1 , 45e ; No 2 , 41e ; silnd oil , $ [email protected]
per dozen
CoirEE Green Fancy old golden Itio ,
22) ) c ; fancy old peaberry , 2Jc ; Uio cholco to
fancy , 22e ; Hio , prime , 21c ; Uio , good , 20c ;
Mocha , 29c ; Java , fancy Mandohllng , 23c ;
Java , good interior , 24e ; African , 21c.
Canned Mevts Corned beef , I lb Rquaro
runs , $1.20 : corned Oeof , 2 lb squnio etms ,
$2 05 ; corned beef , 0 10 square cans , $0.50 ;
corned beef , 14 lb square cans , $11.00. Lunch
tongues 1 lb round cans , $2Go ? ; lunch
tongues , 2 lb round cans , $1,75. . Bralvii , lib
square cans , $1.20 ; brawn,2 lb Bquaro cans ,
$2 00 ; brawn , 5 lb square cans , $3 50 ; brawn ,
14 lb square cans , $14.00. Ox tongues , ljf lb
round cans , $500 ; oxtongues , 2 lb round
cans , $0.00 ; ox tongues , \i lb round cans
$7.00 ; ox toDguos , 3lD cans , $3.00. Chipped
beef , 1 lb round cans , $2.00 ; chipped beef , 2
lb round cans , $4.00. Uoast boot , 1 lb round
cans , $1.20 ; roast beef , 2 lb round cans , $2 00.
Potted ham , \ { lb round cans 05c ; pottca
hnm yi lb round cans $1.20. Deviled ham ,
} ( lb round cans , 03c ; deviled ham , ) lb
round cans , $1.20. Potted ox tongue , } J lb
round cans , G5u ; potted ox tongue , > i lb
round cans , $1.20. Compressed ham , 1 lb
square cans , $1.75 ; compressed ham , 21b
square cans , $2.75. Tripe , 2 lb round cans ,
$1,80. Minced Collops , 2 lb round cans , $2.20.
Boneless pigs foot 2 lb square cabs , $2.23.
One pound cans nro packed two dozen nnd
four do7cn to the ciso Two pound cina are
packed ono dozen and two dozen to case
Half pound cans packed tuo dozen to ease
Quarter dozen cans packed four dozen to
case All prices per dozen , net
Canned Pish Urook , tiout , 3lb , S2.40 ; sal
mon trout , 2 1ti , $2 35 ; clams , 1 Hi , $1.25 ;
clams,2 lb $3.10 ; clam chowder , 3 lh , $1.25 ;
deviled crabs , 1 lb , $2 35 ; deviled crabs , 2 lb ,
$3.50 ; codllsh balls , 3 ll , 51,75 ; caviar , JJ lb ,
$2.25 ; eels , 1 lb , $ .140 ; lobsters , 1 lli , 31.00 ;
lobsters , 3 lb , $2.95 ; lobsters , deviled , K " ' .
$2 25 ; mackerel , lib $1.75 ; mackerel must
ard sauce , 3 lb , $1.10 ; mackerel tomato
sauce , 3 Hi , $3.25 ; ovstors 1 lb , 05u ; o.vsters ,
3 tli $1.00 ; salmon , C U. , I lb , $2.00 : salmon
C. R , 2 lb , $2.60 ; salmon Alaska , 1 ll > , $1.05 ; '
salmon , Alaska , 2 lb , $2.05 ; shrimps , 1 lb ,
$2.05.
Candy 9J 22aper lh
Chocolate and Cocoa [email protected] per ttj ;
German cluekory , red , 8c.
GivoEit Jamaica , \i \ pints , $1.00 per doz ,
Suiuhs Cut loaf , bjlfc ; cut loaf , cubes , 3c ;
standard , powdered , bife , XXXX , powdered ,
Sffc ; granulated , standard , T < il ic , con
fettlouers' A , 7a ; white extra U , 0 ! c ; c > .tra
C , Nebraskn , ( Vsc ; amber , 0 'fo ; California ,
golden C , flo
BKEi'T'o.sniJES Salt , bbls , $20,00.
H \v $5 0)0.00 ; lowland , $2 OOQ3.00.
t Chop Fi eh SlO.OOgl 1.00.
I3HA.N $8 00(38.59. (
Siiouts-$3 00(3S.50. (
Oats [email protected]
Coiin 22JJ33e. ( !
Potatoes [email protected] for cholco
Onions [email protected] for cholco . . /
Saoek KiiautUbls , $5 00 ; h'f bbls $3.00.
Butteu Creamery , fancy , [email protected] ; cholco ,
20021c. Dairy , fnnev 1410e ; choice 13
14c. Country , fancy , [email protected] ; good tp choice ,
[email protected] o ; fair [email protected] ; Inferior , IKS' . fl '
Pickles Medium , per bbl , $5.00 ; small ,
$1100 ; gherkins , $7.00 ; C , & B. chow chow ,
qts , $5.85 ; pts , $3.40.
Mincr Meat 20 lb cans , 7Jio. • • - i
Honev 10a lb for cholco
PncsmiVKS [email protected] per lb , i
Jellies iP ( > iio per lb , '
Beeswax No 1 , [email protected]
Pias I eet Pickled , kits , 73o ; pickled
pigs tongues , kits , $2.35 ; pickled trlpo , kits
05o ; pickled II C. tripe , kits , 65a ; spiced
pigs hocks , kits , $1,15.
Duiei ) FitutT Currants , now , 0o : prunes
casks 1,300 lbs , 4 , 'j'o ; prunes , bbls or bags ,
4Xu ; citron pools , urums , 30 lbs , 22c ; lemon
peel , drums , 20 lbs , 17c ; fard dates , boxes , 12
lbs , 10a ; apricots , cholco evaporated , 14c ;
apricots , jelly , cured , 25 lb boxes , 10a ; apri
cots , fancy , Mount Hamilton , 83 lb boxes , ICe ;
apricots , cholco , bags , 80 lbs , 14o ; apples ,
ovaporutcd , Alden , 50 lb boxes , 8u ; apples ,
star , 8 'o ; apples , fancy , Alden , 5 lbj' 10a ;
apples , fancy , Aldcn , 3 Id , Idyio ; Salt Lake ,
lljju ; blackberries , evaporated , 50 lb boxes ,
5 > (3U ( } < fo ; ctiorrlos , pitted , dry cured , I4p ;
pears , California fancy , ifs / boxes , 25 lb , 12a ;
peaches , Cal No 1 , fancy } s unp bags , 60
lbs , 15c ; nectarlnos , rod , Uo ; nectarines , i
silver , boxes , 15a ; pitted plums , Cal , 35 lb
boxes , 8 > io ; raspberries , ovup N. Y. now ,
20o ; prunes , Cal , U C , 90100 boxes , 125 lbs ,
OJfc ; prunes , Cal , It C , 00 70 , 0a ; orange peel ,
15o : raisins , California Londons , crop 1889 ,
$3.25 ; raisins , Cal , loose muscatels , crop 1839 ,
$2.10 ; Vnlonclas , 1833 , 8Ko ; Valenolas , old ,
7o ; Cal , seedless sks , 7 > ic
Drugs and ClieinlonlK
AOtu Sulphuric , per carboy , SJfo ; cltrjc ,
per pound Slo ; oxalic , per pound , Ho ; tar
tana powdered , per pound , 4' 'o ; carbolic , 371
( < 444c
sAlem Per pound , 3)tfe.
Ammonia Carbonate , per pound ll } c. .
AmiowiiooT Per i > ouud , 10a
Balsam Copaiba , per pouno , G3o ; tolu , 63
@ 55c .
Bonn Koflucd , per pound , llo
Calomel Am , per pound , 83c •
Castou Oil $1.32.
CuiiKn BhituiEa $1.63.
75(3$1C3. (
Cassia Uobs Per pound , 18a
THE SPECULOKE MARKETS
11
Whont Pi-loos Ti'Wol ' Over n Oon-
sldorab' .o Araot n ) ; of Territory
, .1 U :
WEAKER TONE JN [ CASH CORN
1i
Priivlsloim Attr.ic-KtMnro Attention
Thnn For MnnyJfljhys Usual Hnt-
unity ( tuslncsfilri' Onttle Hogs
Closa JUoucr
CHICAGO PltODUCB J1AHKKT3.
ECmcAoo , Nov 1(1. ( [ Special Telegram In
Tun Urt ] Wheat prices traveled over n
considerable stretch Of territory to-dny , but
the market loaves off about where It did jes-
tordny The attention of the trade Is now
concentrated closely upon thu movement
interior and export and the cagor study of
statistics Is quite popular now among nil
classes It was noted with satisfaction by
tha bulls that Atlantic port clearances for
the week were tholurgcst of any wools sitico
the beginning of the crop car , viz 820,000
buslicls ot Wheat mid 313,000 packages of
flour equal In all to obout 2,000,000 bushels
With equal complacency the benrs nro wntch-
Ing the prolongation of the mighty movement
of spring wheat In the northwest , the ox-
tilbit indicating an increase In Minneapolis
hnd Duluth 9tooks * to the extent or about
900,000 bushels Estimates of the
visible lucreaso rutigo from 1,000-
000 to 1,500,000 bushels , as compared
with 471.319 bushels last icur The
local market started In steady , with Decem
ber quoted nt 82 18 'o nnd May nt S5) ) c. December -
comber went at onqc to S26a ? nnd May to
85 c Tlioro was heavy concentrated Bell
ing nttho top and the market worked down
to 82 , 's 'c and 85) 0 , respectively , it thnn iu-
nctcd to 82 c und SAhCV from which point
thcro was u slump to 81j < jO nud StJ c around
the bottom Hutchinson , who had been a
fico seller on tiio advance , turned buyer
nnd thcro wa3 alio general scattered buying
of nil active futures During the last hour
of the session tlio inuikot virosontcd n linn
nnd even strong front , establishing nn advance -
vance of J o In Muv nnd , Jfc In December
from the lnsldo Jlgurcs of the day
The last quotations wore 81 ? o for
November , 82 fc for December and
85pjfc for May On the whole n
good business was transacted and the mar
ket seems to have n healthy tone
Near futures In corn suffered from the Im
provement in the weather , which was giving
indications of accelerating the movement of
the now crop The market for cash coin
was weaker , nnd the local crowd was bear
ish nud sold December corn with great free
dom and persistence May was weak also ,
out appeared loss so than near deliveries
und had a good many lriends at 3J o , al
though it in the end gave way and yielded
} &c below that Uguro Apart from the ex
pectation of heavier cleljvcri03 of uovv corn
und the near approact\ofjtho \ closing of lake
navigation , there worqino outside Influences
beaiing upon prices adversely Foreign
markets were strong iU ) < | the shipping move
ment fiom hero .ls _ merely curtailed
by the limited offjirmgs of shipping
parcels Decsmbor co/avwas weak from the
beginning and decltnccKstcadlly from [email protected]
32 c at tlio opening \a'[email protected]'A\o \ \ later , aud
It closoa at 31J ( $31 ? c , * r j'jlOJ c lower than
on Friday , the losing JuMuv being only } @
JjV , the last quotation toe that month being
[email protected] , su
The oat market holdrnp well In splto ot the
weakness in corn und'MUy was really firm ,
with u llbornl business , jchlollv nt 22t < ? o , ono
operator tnlclng on abdUlfl00O0a bushels of
long oats nt that llgiu'i > n The selling was
well distributed , wlth-rwolvers also frcoly
selling cash onla foracnv-al next month , 'ihls
fact and.the largo ostlm/ites / for Monday were
offset by the pressure ; of buying orders
for export uccounfTj Koar futures
wcro dull , but strong , ! with 20 , ' [email protected]
20 > fo for December , while November
was In astato ot deplorable apathy and not
quotable No 2 rcgularwas nominal around
3)kc.
Provisions attracted moro attention In a
speculative way than for many days They
were far from being nctivo , but Hutchinson's
selling of January pork u wakened iucreascd
general Interest Traders showed moro dis
position to trade and intlicir operations were
regarded with general favor Eastern prices
wore the rule nnd from the start pork led
tha mrkot For the week lust elosod the
hog receipts amounted to 183,099 head For
the coming week the arrivals are expected to
reach 145,000 head To-day's prices for hogs
ranged at $ J [email protected] 85 , against $ )[email protected] u
week ago Speculation in the product is con
fined mainly to January Compared with
yesterday the closings today showed u de
cline of 2 c on November pork nnd January
short ribs , 10c on January and May pork , nnd
5c on May lard ana short rlDS November
snort ribs wcro unchanged
CHICAGO IjIVE STOCK
Cuicaoo , Nov 10. [ Spscial Telegram to
The Beb ] Cattle The , receipts were di
vided at 1,000 natives und 1,500 Tcxuns
Business was about the same as on any other
Saturday * There wcro a few loads of good
natives that sold early and quick at yester
days prices The remnlnine : common und
rough , together with odds and ends , wcro
slow , but sold ubout the same as Friday
Tcxans and butchers stock also sold about
the same us yesterday Thcro was little or
nothing going on in the stocker and fcoder
line Speculators were clearing up und as
sorting nftcr n busy week Cholco to extra
beeves , [email protected]' .l0 ; modlum to gnod steers ,
1.330 to 1,50) ttiS , [email protected] ' - ' 5 ; 1,200 to 1,350
lbs , S3.00GsJ.IO ! ; Wit ) to 1,200 ll.s . , [email protected]
Stackers undfeeders , $ l.b03 ( 00 ; cows , nulls
and mixed [email protected] ; bulk [email protected] ;
steers , [email protected] ; caws , $1,75562,10. West
ern rangerB , $3.10 2.50.
Boas At the opening a few cars sold In
the Itock Island division at from strong to a
Bhado higher than ut thu cioso yesterday ,
but that iucidont cut no tlguru in the general
trade , us in other divisions values were
lower all day nnd finally closed [email protected] lower ,
with packers picking up a good many lots nt
$ [email protected] , with $8.70 tbo top prlco for packers -
ors , tlio bulk selling early at $3.75. Shippers
of prime Bolectod heavy paid $ J.75' < j:3.S2) : ) < f ,
Light sorts wcro in brisk demand at thu low
price ol [email protected]
FINANCIAL
New Yomc , Nov lO SpecUl Telegram to
Tub Hee.1 Stocks Ito ) trade scarcely
know what to expect in stocks today , The
bank Btatoment WJsVjjhlng ot doubt until
, near the close , when llliwus made public ,
proving the mosttnvor/y / lp ; showing for many
weeks , The increase j n the reserves was
$1,300,060 , and the bull fooling , which was
somewhat suppressed early , carried the mar
ket upward until tlio ( Slotyng prices were the
best of the day , and these , too , nt very fair
gains ever the good clo ijg figures of yestor-
dny , During the llrsVJipur the market was
ar ro , nnd Bomo declines from first figures
were brought nboutjiwEarly trading was
almost entirely conflhelf' ' to Cotton Oil , St
Paul nnd Uock lelaudj'ijijjl later la the hour
it dlod away to comparailyo dullness , Among
thn actlvo stocks tUD mprovcmcnt nt the
opening was not hold , the tendency being
downward , on very light business
Rock Island was the feature ot
the market , bolng unusually actlvo
for that stock , nnd utter opening
up ) i per cent at 08 % , it rose rapidly to 100
und afterward yloldod slightly Dclawaro
& Hudson also rose 1 per cent to 150Jf. St
Paul was fairly steady at a fraction above
71 , but Cotton Oil was very nctivo and to-
vorlslr , opening ut 294 , ng ' alnst SOjg last
evening , rising to BOJJ and falling to 29.
Other Trusts were almost ontircly iieg-
lcctod In the hour to 13 o'clock the market
was quito buoyant nud moro stocks wore
added to the strong nnd actlyo list Tennessee -
see Coal Jumped to 74 , nnd Lackawanna
went to 142x , closing nt U'ltf , or Jtf per cent
better Heading sold up to 43 , Loulsvlllo
I closed at tbo top nt 87 and Northern PaclUc
preferred at 70 > r . rtock Island touched
100V closing at par St l\\ul ro-
covcred from 71 to 7l > { , nnd
Western Union from 84 to SIX Cotton Oil
regained nearly 1 per cent from the bottom
to ' 29ff nt the cloio The session closed with
the bulls mnstors of the situation Thostreot
tins no conlidcnco in Cotton Oil , nnd mnny
operators freely predict that it will fall to
25. The feeling in Lake Shore and a few
others Is bullish on the prospect of Incroaxed
dlvidonds Armour Is credited with Inking
n hand in thb St , Paul advance It is many
weeks since the market has been as frco
from obstacles , und the bulls count on a
gdod movement next week , 'lho number of
shares sold fir the half day were 133,000.
The following wore the closing quotations :
0.8.4s regular VJJ INoithorn 1'acHIc , . 33
U.S.4scojipoaj . . .137 'dopretorrnd ' 7lt'j '
UtUUsresalar \ O. k n. W II.T" ,
U.H.4'iscoupons .lnVi dopieferrcd..U2
l'nclntn-iot'J ) . . . ,1I7K N.r.lVntrnl W ,
txntrnl laclilc . . n.Vj'1' . O..V1 : , , lti'i
ChlCRgote Alloa . .HI llorklslMiil I Hi
UhleairollurllUHtoii l' . M & . * > tl' . , 7 > ,
AJnlncv . . . , . . , , Ji ( < ) 'j dnpreferr . . , . . .
It..I > KW . . . * . . ! . , . ,111 % St.l'nul.VUinali „ MU
lllliiolsOntrAl 117'i ' dopreforrod tH
1..11..W ! ir.iion Pacific na'k '
KnnsssAcToxaa , , . . iny.st.L. . & 1 * . ITS
l.akeitliore , l r , ' ilnprsC.rr d. . . . > : cpt
Mlehlgnn Cratral . W Western Union . . . bljj
Sllssnuilladttot . 70
Movr.v Knsy with no loans
PntMU Mi.ruantile Parr.u 5 (27's ( , ' per
ccht '
Srr.nt.iNu U.\citANnt : Quiet nnd steady ;
sixty-day bills , $4 81 ; demand frl.Suj .
I'itODUCIO MA-UIClilV-t.
OnicAfio Nov 10.-1:15 p. in close
Wheat Sfndy ; November , SlVui Decem
ber , b2for ! MdVi 85 , 'a
Corn--l'iih ! ir November , 32Jj 'c ; Decem
ber , 11 IJglii - Md33' , cOats
Oats Slbady ; November , 20 , 'fo ' ; May ,
22''ifc , -
H.vcr-Noveniboi' , 45r.
Barley Knvomber , 55e.
Prlmu Timothy $1.33.
Flax Cash , Sl.33 ; May , $ l.t' < fe
Whisky $1.03.
Pork Steady ; November , $9.05 ; Janu
ary , $9,371 ; .
Lard Steady ; Novcmbnr , [email protected] " ' . n2J < ;
January , $5 85.
Flour Firm winter wheat , $3.004.35 ;
spring wheat , $3 05514.90 ; rye , $3 50 2.85 ;
bilckwhcat , [email protected]
Proylsious-T-Shouldors , J5l.37J C4 50 ; short
clear , - . $5 50 5 021 ; short ribs , $5.25.
Butter -Unchangcd : crcamory , [email protected] ;
dairy , 13JJl9c.
Hides Unchanged ; light groou sal ted , Cc ;
dry calf , riffle ; doaiwns , each , 20o.
Tallow Unchaugcd ; No 1 solid packed ,
4c : No 2 „ a3Xecake } \ , 4fo.
Checso Quiet ; full , cream Cheddars ,
' . 'CWJ/c ' : llats l > i | ' ® 9 > < o ; Young Americas
Hggs Firm ; fresh , [email protected]
, . lietolpts Shlpmts
Floiit1 „ , . . . , . . . . 22,000 38.000
Wheat , . " 84,000 109.000
Coru . „ . . . , 129.000 00,003
Oats.1s..V. j. . .118.009 218.000
Now Vorlt Nov 111. Wheat Reeolpts ,
57,509 ; exports , ! ! 9,000 ; spot , weaker ;
No 8 rcd.Si'[email protected] ' elevator , bOW30
afloat : 95j4.57o f. o. b. ; ungraded red ,
7799"fc ( ! ; options lower ; No 3 rod , No
vember , closing at S4J/fc /
Corn Itccolpts , 5.1,090 , bushels ; oxporti ,
50,700 ; spot , lower and weak ; No 2 , [email protected]
42'fc ' in elevator : 42J/@l3J c afloat ; ungraded
mixed , 40UbU ( ; options , weaker ; Novem
ber 4laO. ,
Oats Ueceipts , 3,700 bushels ; spot strong
er ; options higher : November , 23J/e ; spot
No 2 white , ; i0 30J i ; ; mixed western , 30
< V 29J c ; white , [email protected]
Coffee Options openoit irrcgulnr [email protected]
points uo and closed barely steady , 10 ( < (30
points up Political loports irom Uio caused
cousldorablo excitement , yet tend to restrict
business in spot goods pending develop
ments Sales : 81,750 nags : November , $15.50
15 03 ; December $15 [email protected] 70 ; spot Uio held
higher , light offerings ; fair cargoes , $20.00 ;
No 1 , $17.00.
Sugtir-Mtaw , hold llrmly , quiet ; rclinod ,
firm , nctivo
Pofroloum Steady ; United closed at
$ t.l0 o for December
Eggs Steady ; western , 23d24c. (
Pork SV'udy ; * mess , inspected , ? [email protected]
11.00.
Lard Quiet ; - sales : western steam ,
$ fi,47j .
Butter Firm ; Elgin , [email protected] ; west
ern dairy , [email protected] ; creamery , 13 ( ; 23c.
Cheese Strong ; western , 7Kt < $10e.
Iilveroonl , Nov 10. Wheat Firm ;
demand poor ; holders offer moderately ;
California No 1 , 7s [email protected] 2 > Jd per cental
Com Firm ; demand poor ; new mixed
western , 4s J d per cental
Kui aUi y , Nov 10. Wheat Steady ;
No 3 hard , cash , 0l ) c ; November , G3Ljo
bid ; No 3 bard , cash , 09c ; No 2 rod , cash ,
70 ! < fo bid
Corn Lower : No 2 , cash , ' 24c bid ; No
vember 23) ) 0 bid ; No 3 cish , 2'J > Jc old ;
November , SSl o bid
Oats No.2 cash , no bids nor offerings ;
November , 17o bid
JMliiiii-upnlis , Nov 10. Sample wheat
Lower ; receipts , 509 cars ; shipments , 169
cars Closing : No I hard , iNovombor , 73 } < fo ;
Mai , 81c ; on track , 79o ; No , 1 northern ,
November , 70c ; May , b2Jfo ; on track ,
77oN ° - northern , November , 73c ; May ,
7lc ! ; on'track , 7JC575c.
Milwnutcoe Nov 10. Wheat Weak ;
cash , [email protected] ; May , 79J c.
Corn Steady ; No 3 , old , 33J © 33c.
OatB Steady ; No 2 white , 23 0.
Hyo Firm ; [email protected] c.
Barley Weak ; No 2 , 50c.
PiOvisIons-Stotdy ; pork , $0.05.
8t. IjiiuIh Nov 10. Wnoat Closed
same as yesterday ; cash , 79c ; May , 84 % ( {
ivorn Irregular ; cash , COJ c ; May , 30'[email protected]
JlO c.
uats Weak ; cash , 19o bid ; May , 32 } { ®
2'2'fc.
pork Steady nt $10.50.
Irani Quiet at $5.60.
Whlsky-Sl.0-2.
Butter Firm and unehangod ; creamery ,
[email protected] ; dairy , 18a20c. (
Cincinnati , Nov 10 Wheat Firm ; No
2 red , 7Sc. .
fiorn-Frm ! ; No 3 mixed , [email protected]
Oats Steady ; No 2 mixed , 27ft52r5ic.
\ \ lusky-ei.03 ;
* ' IilVB STOCK
Cliloaco , Nov 10. The Drovers Journal
reiorts | as follows :
CattluKccelpts , 3,500 ; market stendy ;
clioleu to' extra beeves , [email protected] ; steers ,
$2,[email protected] ; stockcrs hnd feeders , [email protected] ;
cows , bulls And mixed , $1,20 $3.C0 ; Texas
cattle , $ l.i522.S0 ; western rangers , $3.10
( S3.00.
ttogs Hecolpts , 18,009 ; market lower ;
mixed , 3.(15ta8.83 ( ; heavy , $3.00 ( 3.85 ; light ,
$3 050385 : skips [email protected]
Sheep Ueceipts , 2,000 ; market steady ;
natlvos2.75C 5.00 ; westerns [email protected]
Texaus , [email protected] ; iambs , Si.50Q5.75.
Kansas OHy.No\\ . Cittlo Kocclpts ,
3,200 ; slnpmouls , 3.100 ; market strong aud
higher ; cows , [email protected],35 ; stockcrs and feed
ers [email protected]
Hogs Ueceipts , 0,030 ; shipments , 935 ;
rqarkatj woalr and lower ; light , [email protected],75 ;
heavy nndjnlxed , $ ; ! [email protected]
Nutloiinl Htnuk Yards , Dust fit
Ijnuis , Nov 10. Cattle Ueceipts , 200 ;
BhJpuleu.tS , .000 ; steady ; fair to fancy
native steers , $3 [email protected] ; stockcrs aud
feeders , $2.10 ( a40.
Hogs KecoiptM , 1,509 ; shipments , 2,000 ;
a stiado higher ; heavy , $3.55 ( 3.70 ; , packing ,
I3.O0W3.b0 ( ; light , $3 [email protected]
X Olnil Una's Grip
At IIuHott the ether day , na the
olovon-yonr-old eon of Postmustor T. C ,
Johnson wna walking through the jinto
at his homo , q mail uogspranrf upon him
and ilxod Ida tooth lu hla upper nrm ,
writes n Raleigh ( N. C. ) corrcBpondont
ot the Atlanta Constitution Tlio boy
scrdamed , for help Ills mother ran to
his uid aud made dcsporulo attempts to
tear the dog away She could not force
his mouth onon , but ono of her hands
wna wounded by the dogs tooth
Thb boys father enmo up and exerted
all IliB stront'th in vain efforts to un
fasten the savnpo grnsp of the dogs
teeth upon the muscles ot the arm Ho
choked the dog until the brutes eyes
almost burst Irom their Bocltot8j'ot , even
this was futile Neighbors cumo up
with knives , nnd ono of thom attaolccil
the dog Not until tlio dogs throat was
nearly sqverpd would ho relax his grip
upon tlio prostrate and fainting boy
Tno muscles pf the nrm wore torn to
plecoB The lad and Ills mother were
taken to Charlotte in order that a mad
stone might bo applied to tholr wounds
AFTER A MAMMOTH MODEL ,
The Now York Ron.1 Eatato Es
chew go nnd Ita Omaha Patrons
BIG DEAL IN FARNAM PROPERTY
NortgagCH on Omnlin Property I'rns-
pcctlvo Mnuifnutitrma nnd Hinl-
nos i ICnlcrpriNrfi The Week
In Iiiiprnveiiiciit Clrolos
Alter Uio New York IMnn
Tlio Otnnh.t Itoal , Hilnto oxo linngo Is
fnunded upon the plaii of the Now York
Heal Kstato oxchungc , which , In the lun-
guugo ot Ulchiu-d Wheutley lu llnrpor's
Magarlno , mom accurately than any ether
Institution or orgutm.itlou represents thu
growing numbers und opuloneo of Now
York 1' President Ilartmnti is soniothlng of
an enthusiast nnd hopes lo sco the local or-
gnnl/tition do for Omahn what the Now
Vork Koul K8talo exchaugu Is iloiiu ;
for tlio nations metropolis Tha Now
Yon : exchange owns n building
and real came valued nt nearly
a million dollars and the members of the ns-
soclntlon represent u capltnl of $300,000,000.
Of coursu nil such prosperity for the local
evchango Is not dic.imbd of , but it Is con
lldently expected bv the utithuslastio work
ers lu this body that in n few .veal's they may
ba in a position to own a hotnu of tholr own
something nftcr the style or tha chamber of
comtnerco nnd to pl.ieo the re.il cstnto busi
ness of thu city upon ns sound .1 basis as nro
the bunks or nuy other corporations
Sonic of the moro prominent citlzstis of
New Yoric are among the lulliieuilnl mom
bcis of the exchange In that city , .lohti
Jacob and William Aster , Samel D. lhibeoct ,
II It llcckmuii , cxMavorV. \ . It Grucu ,
Robert 11. Kuo < ovolt und Bimdry scions of
the ancient krtlckorbotkcr families huvo
made themselves famous by lho ficipicnuy
nnd inujnitinlo of thuir ical estuto transac
tions The object of the exchange Is to facil
itate the sale utiil transfer ot reul estate ,
more pnrtieulmly in the city of Now York ,
but also generally throughout lho United
States , l umls , houses , hotels , hulls , thea
ters , etc . nro intended to pass through its
Instrumentality from the neinla of sellers to
tliut of buyers The oxchangc grow out of u
desire on the part of tlio loading real estate
dealcis of New York to pluce their business
upon a moro rftsponslblo basis Up to ISS'J
the real ostnle transactions In Now York
were c.uricd on lu Bluffy basatnebts llogus
sales wcro not of itifrcmienl occurrence nor
could nny buyer bo certain that ho hud not
been trapped bv ' sorao volubly cunning von
der l'coplo of weuilli unit standing stood
aloof bci-auso of thu qucstloiiublu proceedings
A ehaugn was demanded and the Now Yoilt
Heal Ustato exetiungu was too result of tlio
demand Tlio exchange moved to lis pres
ent nuartcrs on Aoril 14 , 1BS5 , und two days
later an order was issued from the Biipromo
court directing that nil Hales of land in Now
York city under decrees , orders and Judg
ments of the courts should be thereattur
mudo at the looms of thu Heal Estate ex
change
The local exchange Is making an effort to
secure such nn order from tlio locul courts ,
believing thut advantages from the system
will nccruo to nil concerned
The Now York exchange , in nddltion to the
snmo method of listing property for sale that
has been iiaoplcd by tha local exchaucc , also
keeps approved forms for real cstnto con
tracts , leases , etc , for sale and lias on Uio
ull mups , books nnd literature of Interest to
the members
In Mr Whentley'B artiolo , fiom which the
nbuvo fucts are gleaned , ho bays :
"lirokcrs , with few exceptions , are
courteous bomo buy aad sell for
customers ; others speculatively buy and
sell on private account ; others tuko tbo
charge of real estate , spcuro responsible
tenants , collect rents , effect repair , pay
tnxes , und keep property up to the highest
stnndnra or productive cfllciency The ox-
chungo is the medium througn which u vast
und rapidly augmenting business is trans
acted In 18b7 , real estuto amounting to
$41,571,173 , aud stocus and securities aggre
gating $10GJ-,55S , wcro sold thcro ut uuciion ,
and the value of the real estate sold at pri
vate sale exceeds that sold at auction "
Mr Wnentley nlso claims that the dally
meetinga at the Now York real estate ex
change promote better mutual acquaintance ,
consultation on common interests und tbo
conveniences of purtlcs who Wsh | to raise .
loans on proporiy , offer property for sale , or
lnquiro for what tney specifically need "
Thcso results , and they are yory much to
bo desired , uro sure to follow from the dally
meetings of the Omaha real estate exchange ,
which has for its nims tha same accomplish
ments ttiat have made such iincaormous suc
cess of the Now York organization of real
estate brokers ,
becking ; Locntions In Omaha
Without any intention of antagonizing
tha board of trade , the real estate exchange
is , by force of circumstances , assuming soma
of the work that bas heretofore been left to
that body almost exclusively A member of
the exchange a few days ago received a letter -
tor from a manufacturer lu ua oastom city
who is looking for a western location The
manufacturer Btuted that ho had written
twlco to the board of trade but had not suc
ceeded in getting an answer Ho did not ask
for any bonus , but simply wanted to know
what Omaha's advantages wora for such
an enterprise as bis The member
of the exchange was not slow in replying to
the letter , nnd offered the prospective Omnha
manufacturer a site for bis plant frco of
charge Another member of tlio cxchungQ is
in coricspoiidence with a big wholesale dry
goods firm In New York , who thlnic very
fnvorably of a plan proposed to them to in
duce them to locate n branch liouso lu
Omaha Still another member of this rust
ling body is In close communication with the
members of a syndicate who aru planning to
establish a big tannery in Omaha , The mem
bers of the oxohnngu discuss thcso proposi
tions ut thuir dully sessions , and nro prepar
ing to offer organized encouragement to
seekers for manufacturing and businobs loca
tions in the Gate City
lUort imoH on Omnliii Properly
A few years ago , when thcro was a big
real estate boom In what was then called
outsldo property , the chronics shook tholr
heads knowingly and pictured the harvest
that real estate luwyors would huvo in a few
years in foreclosure suits and cases growing
out ot unfulfilled real estuto contracts The
belief was bo prevalent that , ns a matter of
fact , a largo number of attorneys who have
made this brunch of business a specialty ,
came to Omaha expecting to protlt 011 the
fulfillment ot thcso dismal predictions Hut ,
as with every other prophecy that has had
in it a picture of fuiluro for
Omaha , tbo fanatics have met with
disappointment and the attorneys have been
forced to llnd employment In other branches
ot litigation Mr Nathan Hhelton , presi
dent of the Midland Guarantca & Trust com
pany , who has speciul facilities for securing
information 011 this particular subject , gava
the Heal Estuto oxcbatigotho benefit of some
of bis researches the ether day There
wore tlirco mortgages recorded lust year , "
suid Mr Sbclton , for every two this year ,
und only about otio-fcurlh as many
foreclosures This year ono-llftn ot
the mortgages are speculative , two-iittbs
building loans and two-fifths uro new mort
gages filed In place of previous larger mort
gages , This jear there are from 5 to 35
percent moro dwelling houses being built
than for last year and there wcro two houses
for rent last year at this tlmo wlieio thoio is
ono now Tour times the number o ( store
buildings have boon put up In 18i > 9 as thoto
were last year , The city Is in hotter Bhapo
than ever before , " concluded Mr , bhcltou ,
' The people ara getting out of debt , "
Sir Kiuhli'M Ktylo ,
There Is ono thing I 111m about Hon F ,
Smith , " said Chris Ilurtrxuin the other day ,
• 'Whllo ho owns inoro property improved
and unimproved in Oniabn than nuy other
now resident , he never cares to sell any of
it , but believes In the substantial and enter
prising plan of improving his realty , When
ever ho U approached by a prospective pur
chaser ot some choice corner lot , lie always
uuswers 'Thut property Is not for sale ; I ex
pect to build on it some day , ' Wo ought to
have some moro men like Itlni "
In this connection it is prptty generally
I understood that Mr Smiths present visit to
BEBBBHBHaB&BB |
Omaha has boon made with n rlow ot docld- iu l
Ing upon some lmprovomont * that ho has In f H
contemplation It is stated ho plans the tl B
erection ut n hnndsomo building upon his lot i H
on Fnrnnm street , adjoining the Moixhants' I H
National bank I H
tlio nusmr-m ul tno Week l
The big deal of the week was the snlo of l l
the property at the southwest corner ot i H
Seventeenth nnd Fur nam streets for $ i,00O. , < l
Tlio snlo was made by the llrlnkcrhoff-kVkrl * i H
Trust coaipany.ot Clinton , Mo It Is not Jfl l
nunounccd to whom the transfer was made , IlltH
but it is understood that the ptircluiso was 11 1
tnndo by a syndic uo of local capitalists , who ll l
propose to Improve the property by tlio ercc- l H
linn of n mngnlflccnt oftlco building H H
Thu snlo 01 this property furnishes a fair jH B
Indication or the Incrcnsn ot tlio \ nine 01 W H
Omaha realty , Tliollilnkorhoff-l- Trust l B
company purchased lho property In 1S7 , 11 I H
little moro than two years n < o , for $30,000 , IlH
nt n tlmo when property In Onialia was con l H
sldcrcd , by chronics , " to bo badly inllated 'l H
The price paid for It Insl ween Is nn increase Jl l
nf nearly ; t5 per ceut ever the prlco of 188T. ' 1 1
In Decern bor of last year the property M l
was hold nt $75,000 , nud tit M l
Juno of the proscnt your Mr Paris 9 1
declined an offer made by nn Omahn party M l
of $70,0K > for thu property , and set his prlco 9 1
at0,0iM , $5,000 less tli in it sold for Inst SllV
weak , lu response to n recant letter milking fl l
inquiry csncornlng thu property , Mr Paris B l
wrote : "Wo ha\o disposed of Unit Farnatu 9 1
street property nud expect to deliver tbo BBI
deed on November 10. ! it is now hold firm MHi
nt $100,000. " BBi
The pr'ica paid for the property Is Just BBi
the same ns that paid by the Now York l.tfo BBI
Insurance company for Just twica lho BBI
ninpunt of ground illroetly across thoBtrcot BBI
u licro the Life bullalng luiw stands BBi
The rent estate market during the past BBI
wcok has boon very nctivo nnd numerous BH
heavy sales hnvo bean reported , many of BBi
them directly tracoubla to the work ot the BBi
Real Estate exchange Hero uro a few of BBi
the big transfers : 1 TUB ]
Potter & Cotiln to 11. W. Yates , four lots IlH
iu Hillside reserve for $111,000. IbBI
Goargu 10. ilarker to Charles Corbott , BBI
fourteen South Omaha lots , ror $11,000. HH
K. It O'Mtira to Omaha Consolidated YinMB
ogar company , lots 7lo 10 , block U , In West II ! H
Side , for SilOOJ BH
Cnurlcs CorbeH to S. R Johnson , lot 0 , fliH
block 70 , In Omaha city , for $30,0OfliH , > )
W. II Smith toV. . \V. Somou , property BIB
ndjolnlnir Cortlututt place , for $11,500. BIB
\Y. W. Lemon to Mrs S. M. Kitchen , VlB
snmo property , lor $10,000. \ 9lB
G. II tlcilulty to b. 1' . Hammond , 49 tcot 91 B
of lot5 , block " , Capitol addition , $ J5,0J0. Kill
W. II Iluydcu to .1. J. Williams , two loti . EI {
in Ilriegs Place , $10,000. II
C. II Sloman to M. 13. Carrel ) , ono lot in | l
llriggs Place , $7,000. " S
Some Coinpiiirttlvn Fliruros | j
The following tables show the result of the S |
operations in real estate und building circles II
for the past week , as compared with the
corresponding period of lust year : If
HEAL ESTATE TUAMFKUS , M
Day 1S > 88. 1SS0. 1
Monday $ S7lli7 $11,807 W
Tuesday till.llt3 40,7117 f
Wednesday , 4l.SH 70.0iS I
Thursday 23.1S0 l' .1l,0ii : I
' ' ' ' ' * " ' ' ' ' " '
SaUtrday . . . . . ! . ! . ! ! . . . . . 58 , W7 5l\0ti'J I
Totals $250,180 , $330,793 Jjjk
nUll.KINd lLHMITS H
Day 1SSS. 18Spv fl
' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' * '
Tuosdi-yV.V.V. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ili , : i00 17 041) ) ii
Wednesday 13,7A 1,850 It
Thursday ! i,8i)0 9.U00 U
Friday 0,000 S1.40U ' | l
Saturday 3. < , oiO ; 14,800 B
Totals . , . . $ IBK5 ! $37,225 , B ,
ItlllllllllK Not > n. H
Mrs T. M. Potter Is building a $3,51 ] rosl- fl
donco in Reus place H'
Q. W. Buck has commenced , work on a I
$7,000 dwelling on Uurdotto strcot , near *
Sherman avouuo .1
Mury E. Carllch hns a $0,500 brick residence -
donco on Dodge , near Twenty-second street nn
EE Whltiiinra will build a ? 3,30J rosl- ! 1
;
denco in Walnut Hill M
Mrs S. ii Myers will build a $15,000 brick > 1
carriage buildlug at Eighteenth and Cass I
streets M
A Swedish church will bo built at the corner - A
nor of Twonty-third nud Green streets to , |
cost $3,000. , " * 1
Shermun Clement will build n $5,000 brick i ,
residence on Chicago street nour Thirty v1
ninth v
John G. . Willis is building a $2,590 resi- i '
donco in Idlewi'd noarSpruco street * ,
Joseph ICavuu has commenced work on n , * J '
business block at 1211 South Thirteenth 3
street , to cost $5,000. • < f
D , J , O'Donahuo is building a $2,500 resi- " ,
donee on Grace near Twonty-thlrd. •
C. S. Raymond Is going to build a $10,000 i '
residence In Jerome park A I
The Bank Cli-nrini- . " |
The bank clearings for the past week wont \s
past the llvo million dollar mark nnd show 1
an Increase of , * )4 ) per cent over the clearings §
tor the corresponding week of last year fl
Tlio vcelts showing is as follows : I
Monday $ 040.309 G& J $
Tuesday 045,002 45 J
Wodnosdny 1U1.419 71
Thursday r. . . . 830,935 Oi
Friday . - . . . bM,7i0 110
Saturduy , 700,809 , 25 |
Total $5,2U,877 07 1
Increase 34 per cent jj
7HER ftlTY MAHK T. 1
INSrilDMUNrS pUQil oa rojjra dunag * ? ft
yesterduv AIW
J 1' * l'lack and Kite to O S ltenawn ot al , iiwl
lot 1 , l'lacic's sub w d I 3,000 fl |
i ; D Watt and husband to M ' 1 iaiio.ll ot al , W\M
part of lot jl ulkK bhlun's nild wd . . . : ,80J .IP-IB
C U Mlchaelson et al to.loan .Mlchaelson , % !
lots 6 , (1 ami 7 , nm 1. and lot -1. blK' ' , ' # lfl
Ynlley i'lneo , w il > 1 ' ? §
1. Schruodur , trustee , to M llolub , lot 17 , SBI
bikil , llrownpark w d 375 J >
M Xi l\esot alto public , street In nw nw , ' |
undsonw-J-lVll , d < uliCAtlon 1
A1' ftruko ut at to Uun 1'atterson , lots II -i
nnd 11 , blk r > , urate's add , w d : t.40O r
NVinOrnnikan nnil wlfa to r l'owlllelt , S
lms lto5. Ulk • . • * ) . Mllliiul w a 650 , S
Houth Omalia Land Co to T Ktllyutul , * * 1
loU , blKllbouthOmolia , wil , , 58.1 W ,
a W Ames nnd wire to (1 W Tminiiy lot JT '
1. Amos Siladdto IlllNdalo w d WW / > a
II Chapman aud Hlfo to M I' Cliupmac , M
wHofno aw a Si of uw so JMi-ll , m
A 1C MelCona to ii i' uiiiifi ' iiian , ' w H at no 9
hwsU of nivsoOO-ltt-U , qo U UIO M
M Alornson and wife to (1 I' Mlnulsci , lot " •
15 , hllcMorrison's add , w d 490
T II Binltti to A .1 Howe , lots u , 7 and 8 , mx
Keltey'M Bub , w d 1,400 i *
J ( i Wlustauley nnd Ifo to ( } W Ulbson , m
lotfi , blklU , .Mahattan , wd 500 '
O IIDcunovotul to Public , alley lu blk'S
SL Welt Omana plat > m
W It I Ionian et al to John Colbnrg , lot si , , ; i
blk 11. North Omaha add w d 409 'il '
J K Hhlpmim and wife to 51 Murphy , lots w
aaud7. bllcl , HoiicU'ssuO , wd W : f5
O Kitchen otaitn O baviilo lots U and IUffl
blkll lurk lorest w 1.600 '
All Kdwards et nl to J ' Dillon , uiull- Jt
vlded 1-4'rth ' otCreiKliton IlelghtB wd 1,500 JM
J T Dillon to ( It-orgo I ! Ituruer , undivided . „ <
J.iuth or Cmlglitoii Height * , wd 1,600 ; Bt
V (1 Jtood and hunbund to U 11 llowley , . mS
lots v aud 10 , Albright & Aylesworth's * III
t'dndd.wd 050 311W
li Itlclmrdson and wife to A Undblom , JMvi
lots 5 , 7 , , V , 11 and 13 , bllcl , Italpn Iflfli
HareWl . . . . . ' . 10,800 mil
Daniel llnnnnn to KdwJlltord ( , lot " ' ) , blk Mil
il , W I < Bolby's 1st add , wil 50) jMU
V Allarrett and wife to Kdw ailtord , lot 'W&M
0. blkll , W Iibelby'sUtartd.wil . . ; . . . 500WOT
BoutnUmalia Innd llv to'Jheo Tholer- 'iSMB
'olmn , lot K. blk : ) . Bouth Omahn , w d. . 180 C > M
O U Slaughter nt ul to A It Dufreno , lot I , fli W
blk 7 , Parkers odd , w d . 7.800OKW
II U Devilos und wire to IV T Wyman , lot Ma\ \
0. blk t ) , West end , w < t 3,000 VW
II IS Jenulbonuud wife to w < S Wyman , 3D
und ! i pt lots "il and "I , blk 1 , llrowu mil
lark , wrt 3,000 # H
J II Itidllald and i > ife to N Hauth , lot 8 , WM
• • lilkl Iteillleld's add , w d 500 iMM
WT Wyman to II O Hevries , pt lots 21 Sill
nnd-il , blkl , llrown purt.wd 3,000 mm
anl
Thirty transfers t52,09
IionnQlt , the pollco court clorkwas 'Ml
yoBlerday appointed u notary public , . HI
Bill IlurrU , for etoallnf , ' un Avorcout , B
wns lined $ 'i0 nud costs Jticlc Dempsey , # 1
the iiuiu who wna urrostod with iilmwun qjj
diKohurgoil -9 ]
The Lyceum loffion will hold the JKI
oponlupr iniiotltic ' ot the asdoclatlon on Jn
noxl Tuesday evening at Lyceum hndl fH
on North Baundora street A cordial SB
invitation Is oxtonilod to all The oleo
ton ? pt ofllcors will bo hold und au Iim M
torcBtlntf proRrammo has boon ar * 9
t-nngoil. ,

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