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THE OMAHA DAILY BEK 'JJCJEHDA.Y , NOVEMBER 3 , 1801 ,
Tcoling in the Wheat Pit Very Mue
Weaker.
OFFERING QUITE HEAVY TOWARD NOON
Blookn of Grnlri in Mvorpool De
crciiHod Mntcrlallj Tlicro AVns
Iticrcnnc In the IOiil !
Visible S
OiitfAOO. III. . Nov. 2. On the whole rung
the ferlln developed to < lay In the whoa
market was weaker and Iliir-tuaffng and ilu
to various causes Clio drouth continues , al
though It Is cloudy nearly all over the wlnto
wheat country , but Indications were ponerall ;
for co'dor weather This together will
lilKher cables and a report that the liimslui
Kovcnimonlhad prohibited the exports of al
fir iln oxrt'pt wheat , had the elTeot of holdltii
th ( > market pretty steady duiliiK the earl :
ji.irtcif tbodiy. Hut thu speculative odorlni
was qulto heavy toward noon lar/or than tin
demand would absorb , and the result was i ;
nh krp break In prices Cables were stronger
Liverpool was from 'id to 9fd higher and Lou
don o Irenes from 4'4d to nd hlKhoi thtongl
Tllvate soiirees. Mark l.anu was a shatli
dearer.
Stock or wheat In Liverpool decreased 2,1 ,
000 bn and of lloui dccrt nsod 12,000 sacks
Now Votk reported .I ) loads of wheat taker
for export and the clearances from four port-
negrcf : itrd TA..OOO bu lather larger than foi
BOIIIO days The visible supply dlil not show
quite as larcoau Increase as was joncrallj
expected , belnK only I.V ' , ouo bu laiger thai
last wcoK A year ago there was an lin-ieasi
of I.IJO.OOO bn The aKcroRato supply Was reported -
ported at : ! ( ; .WOW uu. and a ju.ir a (
was 2122" > .00 ( ) bu. Domestic markets aKi
closed weaker. Arrivals In the uorthwcol
were liberal Uucclpts.it Dilluth were l.il
carsaud Mlnno ipolls COI cars a total of 1,11.1
cars , aRalnst 1,1- " ) c krs S itnrday and I.'O.M ar-
n your nco Local receipts worn II. ! cars ol
which ninety cars were of contr icl ; radc
Withdrawals from store , 40.1'J ' ? bn. Kcsulpti
ntall pointsii''Krelated 2,001i ( > 8 bn , and ship
ments from s imu were 0,111 , to. bu. The o\-
iiort cloaiaiiL-os from four nortx were JfiliOC
obis of Hour and d.tii,4M. ) Lu of wheat In addi
tion ftcw Orleans shipped 117,0 0 bn. Kiirly In
the session lucre was but little thaiiKc In the
closlnu llKiires of S iturdiiy onuntiiK s ilos bo-
ln fiom the same as Miturdaj's closluK to ' * c
higher , then nnsud olT from Sc to ' ,0 from toi :
ilRilrus. recovered aKalii. hold fnlily sto idy
until well toward noon , when the market be
came weak under freer ( > norlns and prices
declined 'jtor I'.iC ' In all , I lien lice line
stronpor and the closing was from ' c to ' .o
lower than Saturday.
Corn was strong and higher , owlns to the re
ports of Hiisslan prohibition anil the fact that
only TO per cent of the moderate receipts were
of old corn. Miorts Invini to cover freely and
November sold fiom fi.'c to W c , eased elf and
at 12 o'clock was r > 23BO Year sold at from 4l' c
to 4 < i'8o nud ati \ o'clock was 4 > ' c. May was
aellvo and stioiiK , sollln ? from 4JV ) to 4l1 o ,
and then at 41 0. The torn market also
turned easy dining the last hour , November
falllni ! toii.'c , year to 4r'iC and May to 4 ! c.
O its were strong at ; iJ'8c to .10' o for Nov ember -
ber and lil e to U'Jc ' for Ma/ , but o ised olT
some. The feeling grow we ik towaid the
close and November sold to 'Mc and May to
ill'ie.
Hog products were active and higher The
reco pts ot hogs were 40,0 0 ho id or A mil ) moro
than expected , and : tT > , OJO head aio estimated
for tomorrow lint the short Interest Is pretty
lanro and as there was very llttlo disposition
to sell today thu covering soon became brisk
nml a sharp ad vance resulted. January pork
old from fU > toll.r > and at Uo'clock was
111 10. January lard sold at from % 024 to
tli 174 Hid oil tofl2'i ! ' Janu uy ribs from
| ) .0) ) tn&ITA , easing off to $ " > 72'i. During the
last hour weakness ruled , Jauuiry pork sellIng -
Ing at $11.01' , , .hum , ry laid toi .l"j and Jan
uary ribs oil to $ . " > " 0.
The lu tdlng futures rancod as follows :
Onsh quntitlons were as follows :
Floun Uneliaiued : winter patents , $1.50
dl W ) : sprlnp patenls , HCOO'i.OO.
WHEAT No. 2 Hprlnir * ho it , 02 e ; No. a
iprln , ' wheat. ROttSSe ; No. 2 rod , Olc.
OoilNNo. . 2. M 'fc '
OATS No. 3 , M'/o ; No. 2 white , aiJlJ5c ;
No. a white , M'i
Hvu No. 2. ti'l .
nAiu.uv No. COoj No. 3 , f , o. b. , 40 < 201o ;
No 4. : iSiSV o.
, . Fl.AXSBKll No. 1,0411ft
TiMOTiiYSBhn I'rline , 8l.lR5tl.11.
I'OUK MOBS poik. per bt > i , $ S 25asa7'5 ; lard.
nor ewt , $ "ilW : short ribs sides ( loose ) ,
Ki.70COOj dry salted shoulders ( hexed ) , .70
OSW ) : short clear sides ( boxed ) , Jd.lV ii.S'i ,
WHIHKKV Dlstlllort , ' Ilnlshod goods , per gal ,
11.1B.
HOOAIIS Cut loaf. unohmiRod , S"i\io.
Koooipts and slilpniontstod.iy vvoio as fol-
IOWH :
On the I'rodncn oxehanso todiiy , tbo butter
maiKet was iinuli inuod : fnney suunrator ;
line creamery , .hQ'.No ; dairies , fancy fresh , 2,1
tt-'lo ; No. 1 dairies , lh(2,20o. ( UBKS , iineliaued :
New York
NuwYoiiK. Nov. ' . ' . ri.oun Heeolpls , 41,103
paeldigts ; exports , J.bu. ! bblsi U.220 saeks.
Moderately active.
Wiliur Iteeeliits , 200,700 bu ; exports , 4nal1\l
bu ; siles. aWiuuo ! un ot futures : 10J.OOO bu
of spot. Spot inarUet unsettled , moderately
aetlve , closing easloi ; No. 2 red , H.OVtH
l.iM'i In sloru and elevator ; ll.Oiai.oriH
nlloat ; JI Dl'iOI.Uiiii f. o. h : No. J led.
W io ; iniRiaded red. 05efI.O" ; No. 1
northern , $1.0.1 V3l.0ti } ; No I. hard ,
JI 07J4I.OR. Options advanced © | on
n reported olllolnl nnnonneomont of Hiisslan
prohibition of all coieulb but wheat , higher
cables , I'oroiKii buying made liberal
clearances , declined yftl'je. on laigo
receipts and vvctiKer eablus. Advanced
ffla o on coverlnt ; , closing steady at ' ,
dOho under ijatuiday. No. 2 ted , Novomnoi ,
l.o.l'4l 04 , , elosinu 1.0I ; Doceinbi-r , Jl.O'iu )
l.toii , eloslim JI lT ) ) > 4 ; January , tl.0b4 1(21.08 ( ' !
closing $1.07 : Kubrnnrv. $1.0'i\i(4l.lO. ( ( closing ,
J1.0s > 4 ! .Man1 ! , J1.10i4 , aloslng Jl.lOi , ; April ,
* l 10'1 II. elosliiB Jl.lt ; May , * ] .li4a ) ( U3' ' } .
closlugjl.il ,
U\K Dull , easier ; western , OScSII.OI ; silos ,
B.OUO bnatlho.
_ , . . , . _ l,00t ) bu of spot ,
Spot mailvot linvoi , modeiato business ; No 2 ,
b'Jo ' In elevator ; OMtl.'M.o ' nlloat ; unuraded
jnlxod , OH' , < a70o. Uutlons iidvanced ] 4 lJJ o
nnd closed Ucdounou Novemlier and 'siaiSo
up on other mouths In Russian iiiohlbltlon
May , riiijiitM c , closing at 62' e ; mixed Deo-
ember , .Mrit-M'o
OATS Itecolpif , t.10,175 bnj exports , 2:10,2 iabu ;
nli'S 1,100,010 bu of futurell. : . " > .0oo bu of spot.
Hi Hit marUot net Iv e , hlRhor. Options neth o and
liiKlior on ItiiHsInn prohibition * Novoinbor ,
lioJ44WTe , elosliiK nt U07 o : Novomber. .I74tl > e ,
closliiK nt IIT o ; January , a".i < ii.i74e , eloslna
nt .li e. Spot No , 2 , white , ; 6i'i < iWii4c' : nilved
western , aMilfe ; vvhlto western , WWlai No.
Z , CJhloiiBo , .ls < 3l lie.
HA\ steady ; shipping , COSOJo ) good to
choice. 7VhJc.
lloi'8-l'lrnu common to choice , liatUo ; I'n-
clllo co ist , UWbo.
Uorrhi ! Options opened stoady. unclinneod
to 20 points iidvuneo : eloacd steiuly n to 25
points up. Hales , 20.7.V ) buns , tnolndlni ; No
vember , } I10.VCII.75 ; December , JII.WSI1.W ) :
Junuarv , KII.U II.40 ; Mitreh , Jll.JjClll.40 ;
May , til aVill,4lt June , 11.J5 ; spot und lilo
llrin ; union No. 7. illllO.
BUOAU Itavv nulett stoudyj rellned aulot :
Htoady : fair rellnlnu Ue bid ; centrifugal , DO
test , US-lUehlil.
MuiAHStES Now Oilunns , quiet ; ttoiuly ;
common to faiioy , L'fUtr.'o.
1'wiioi. Mill-Opened steady nnd navuncod
uo on renovvnl ot IOIIK iiccount In the now op
tion ; u decline of 7o followed nftor whloh thu
marUut rallied lie und closed ; Pennsylvania
oil spot sales none : December options opened
nt COSe. hlK'hfsl UJo , lovteMt SOVc , closlne woi
Limn oil no sales ; total i > nli > s h5uoo bnirols.
COTTON bubu On < hteady , dull ! crude , 24o ;
Quiet , oasyi city ( ti.OO for pI > K . ) nt
ItoaiN Dull , steady : strained , common
to
Hiundy atM'4Q.I7c.
LAUD Opened woalc , closed Urmi western
Itoady , JO,7UJ ; vulva , 1,600 'tierce * ; outloun ,
* nloi. "M tierces : Novombnr. M.20J Docnmhm
} 0.'tj ! January , fUSC. ISi cioslnur at ( (5.40) ( ) I ob
riiirv , WV7 ! March , J < ! 07.
KiHit ririn for fancy ! western , 2423ci re
oolpK 1.1,012 paiknuc" .
POIIK "leudyj old mt > M. llO.OOs now ir.cv
lli.tt ) ! otra prime. tie VMitl.nn.
OUT MEATd-Hhort clear , November , 1(5.70. (
Ilimi'ii Qnlct , wo-ilci western dairy , lift .Me
croiunerv. wa-llci Kl ln. : H'i < a.llo
CIIIFKI : fcto.itlyt western , C'ifUi'Sci ' pur
l < lniS < fltt f.
I'm ItioN Dull , American , tl'iTVIMB.OO.
( ' ( ii'i'Wi "tcady j lake November , tll.GO ; lak
December. fll > .
I.VAtiV'onki domestic. Jl.12'5.
TlN-lull ) ! Htralts , $10 M )
_
ntiliithVlieiU Market.
OUTUTII , Minn , Nov 2. Wheat opened flrr
ntul with iv stood domnnd , but thu market 'Hi
not liolil The opening trnilliiK wns lit S.ttur
day's elosliu ( trier * , followed quickly by i
drop of HO , which was Inter followed oy mi
oilier break. Kecelots of wheat , 4M,0\J bu
llmir , fi.SW bltlt. { shipments of wheat , r > )7ril )
biij llonr. SVibbli cm track. Northern 1'iiclllc
010 : ( Ireat Northern' 471. Untliha , M ; HL I'aill 1
Ditlillh. 01 : tolnl , l.iU , lust vc.ir , i-0 ! Oniclu
reports today show tli it the total receipts o
wheat In October tUW.n'Vbn. . which IM olalmoi
to bo the lar.'c'st over Unoivn al tiny nilmr.r :
market. TnK despite. the facts tli.it re
celpio hero were. cut down \ory nmcl
by two weoUi Of wet we.ither In tin
writ. hlnt'O that time iccelpU hero have heel
constantly incrc'iiMln ? . anil last week runchui
6,3M. lee liu , or ill" ooo bit. more than In anj
previous week Shipments In October wen
( iMi.TOI bit , the groitesl over Known here
The total whe.it In stoio here tills niornlns I
S.ilvUlK ) bu an Inerenso of ( > .47U bu dmlnc tin
week Thoi'Uxe was fioni 'te to I' c bolov
Saturday's rloM1. the blKKest drop being in tin
all Novombet fntntes I'ollowmit were tin
uliislii ; ; IlKnrc's No , 1 li.uil. e.ish. OOc ; Noveni
ber.tr > . : December. fU'io ; May. l 01 bldNo
1 northern , cash , ! fJ' ' i" November ( first half )
OJ'io ' ; November ( vvnolo month ) OJ'ic ' : Dccom
bcr , OO'iCj ' May , lisije ; No l ! northern , cash
feS'ic ; No. . ) , Sic ; rejected.
Kaunas City
CITV. Mo. Nov. 2. ri.ouu rirmi
J.'OKTi..Vjtra ; fancv. $ . ' .20'i4'.V '
fancy. ! 'ova2.l" > i choice , ll.UOQ.'OO : XXX
ill Tvii..no.
WiihAT Quiet : No 2 hard , cash , -Sic bill ;
No S rod. cash lie bid.
COIIN Weak ; No . ' , cash 4o asUcd ; No
vember , : , 'l'o .is I'd.
CUT * ATTUvo ! No. 2 , cash. "Gc bid ; Novem-
her. LVSc bid.
ri.AK .IIII-M .
II AV Wi'iU ; timothy. ? S on : fancy prilrlc ,
peed to choice , * . " > 00- > 0 ; low
J V ) .
HinTiu-fllo : idy to nouL , ere imoiy. 2-Mr. e ;
daliv , 14u , btoro packed , 14lbo ; packing ,
12c1'dns rirm at IS'ie
HriUEiiTi Wheat , 47,3/0 / bu : corn , 11,103
bin oils 4.00J bu
SIIIIMIBMS Wheat , C-,70) bu : corn , 9,200 bu :
oats. none. _
Ijlvcrpool Market' .
Nov. 2 WiiBW rinn ; demand
Improving ; Ifo dors oiler spitlnglv ! U.ill-
foinla No. 1 , 6s 0'jdB4s ( li'd ' par cunt il : red
western , sprliis , M lul8s b'jd ; No. 2 red
winter. 8s4'SdiJSs ' ( fid.
Cons fctroiu , demand good ; mixed wcatorn ,
Cs.'i'id per cuntal.
liAiinI'rlmo western. Ills Oil per ewt.
C'HilKsh Ainurle.in ( Inest. white anil col
ored , 5 is per c t. foi ct | ) tnbcr.
TuiiPK.NiiMJ M'lniTS 27s percwt
STOCK oi1 Uiiiiuiviiin'S-rioitr. Tll.OOO sncUs ;
wheat , lUI7UUOeenl.ils : corn. 81,0)0 ) centals.
St. IJIMIIH 3Inrket4.
ST. Louis , Mo. . Nov. l , Wnn\T Lower ;
cash , ( rj\c.
Oonvtrons : cash. lf"4e : May. 401i10 c ,
O\m rirms Ciish , 28'je ' ; May , Jl'/ic.
I'OUK- ) 00.
WlllbKbi SI. IS.
_
ntllwauki-c Grain M'arkot.
Mir.wAUKnn , Wls , Nov. 1. WHEAT Hasyt
No. 2aorliiK. cash , OJc ; December , O0'c. No. 1
norihiMii. ' .Me.
CoHH-stuady ; No n. ivsh , . "Ic.
UATB rirmur ; No. 2 white , .l.'c.
Toledo Grain Market.
TOLEDO , 0. . Nov. 2WIIEVT Lower ; No. I
cash , U"'io.
C'oiiN Dull ; No. 2 cash , 40c.
0 MS No. 2 uish , 'J8c
Urltlsh Gr.iln Ti-.ulf Kovicw.
LONDON , Nov. 2 The Mark Lane nioss In
Its wcuKly ruxluw of the llrltlsli irraln ti ido
says : i : Kll h wheats are in Improved ro-
( iucbt.it Is Klv.uiPoon lota of f ilrqu illtv and
weight. roroUn exportIrive dKturbeil the
markets Uussl.i has alrn idv exported U.TiO-
00) quarters of who.it against b 04OOJ qu liters
at the eoi responding time last yo ir. so oven
If the Hiisslan Kovemmunt iirohlbits the OK-
jiorts of whe.it the t ratio will not heKro'itly
ollectcd. Thoio Is a demand foi line Amer
ican spring wheat. Ainerlcin Hour iccolpts
have Ineio.iscd. Itailey la actively bought
and prlcoa h.avo risen Is.
Coin had advanced Is for spot and Is Gd for
December. Oat * . .110 sliong and thomarUotls
advancing , llc.ins average Is ( id hlclier. Peas
aro'Kl and lluseedo'lul hlclier. Atto. lay's mar-
Uctnnellshwhc.it nialnt ilucd the rise I'oi-
olgn w is In dom ind and pi lees advanced Is
Klour was firm Hint especially American. The
report on the Itusslan anti-export uk iso ex
cited thotride. bpilu who it. barley , oats
and maUo woiostrom : at 2s advance. Llusued
was Is and rape seed lis hUhor.
'
6 ro t'/i.s AXU
NEW Yonk. Nov. 2. The closing of the doors
oftho Maveilck Nation il b.uiV of Huston this
morning was .1 sill prlso. to most uooplo. but It
revealed the reason of I he sslllnt ; of stocks for
bomu time past by houso- , with Itoston connec
tions and [ ircclpltated thu soiling out of stock
lield lu the si reel. The number of these stocks ,
how oor. . was small , and the effort to got out of
thorn with as llltlo loss as posslhlo had but
llttlo Inllueiico upon the Konor.il list , and It
would have liad QOIID Had It not been for the
fact th it the traders and shorts of all kinds
made It thooppoit inlty to hammer the list
andafteiwariK miv In tholr shorU on the de
cline. Aflei thu opuuluK losbos demand for
the shot Isveio Milllclont to steady the
market and e\en Infusu some stien th
Into II. The activity foi the llit half haur
was somotlilnK which Ins not hcon seen shp'ti
the late boom etilmln ited and about one half
ofthoeiitiru business of the day w as trans
acted duiliiK the fli-ahour The uxcltemuut
then went away and the dealings for the 10-
malnderoftho d iv were almost foituioless
with a llrm touo throughout. Asamitterot
coiiisu the los-.es woto ehlellv In the stocks In
which Hoston N most largely Interested and
Now IIiiKland. Alehlson , bt I'aiiland lIuilliiK-
ton woio tlio loiiUTh. of attiaellou for the tlmo
the uxcltemuut labtod , but only In thu Hist
two of these was the loss after thu opening , of
any Impot tanco.
Now l.ncl.uiil closed on Saturday at.'M'a ' but
opened mornliuat.l7il.alossofl78 poi cent
and WIIH afterward driven down to .ll'i
but recovered toI7' and closed at .I7 a. a nut
loss of I'J not cent. AtchKon opened down a
fiaclloii , and then lost l' pertunt , touohed
4P . but closed at Us oponlim n uie. Of thu
Hoston stocks only HnrlliMton , with a Unal
loss of 7S pei cent , showed any real weakness
( liirlni ; the day A drlvo was made at
Noilhern I'aelllo preferred , but there was
only a finctlomil loss , and although luke
Shore. I'aelllo Mull and Delaware & Hudson
opened 1 percent lower , their retovoiles were
generally complete , especially In the last
nan oJ , Thomaikot dually closed ( lull , but
llrm at about the hluhust pi Ices of thu d.ty ,
but Kouerally small fractious lower than on
batmday ,
lioveminent bonds have been dull and
steady , btatu bonds entirely neglected.
'I ho following ; au < thnolosiiiK iUotatlons | for
tlin loailln ! ; stocks on the Now Voile btook ox-
uhanRu today :
lU-dlr nnil ox-rliila. tAnKud
Tha total salc'3 of stoc'Kb today were 211,701
Blum's , tnuliidlni ; : Atchtson. : f.m : ; UliloiiKO
Ou.1 IWHWi hiiuicuwunnti. 8.000 ! Krlo ,
onAo A. tibvo. 17,170 ; North Amorl-
ouii , I7a.'i .Northern 1'iioillo reforrod. IS-wiOi
lluudliiS , 21,640) ) fct. I'uul. S.'b,000i Union i'aultlc ,
CSOOo ,
Klnniiulnl .Not OH ,
CINCINNATI , O. , Nor. a-Mouoy , & 30 per
centi New York oxclmnpc. IftSSAc premium
Ciuiirlngs , l.tWS.V ! > .
KANSAS CITY , Mo. . Nov. 2.-CloarlnR < , 11,013 ,
MS.
MS.Nt'w VOIIK. Nov. 2. Cloarlnss , } M,339,5 ) ! < 5
bnlnncos tt&ilQ < } .
llDSTiif , Mnsf. , Nov 2. Call loam Iffid po
cent. Tlmo lortm S'iiM per cent.
HU.TIMOIIE. Md , , Nov. 2-Clearlns * . 12,707 ,
7IOi halanucs. $4.'ti,7tl ) . Kate , U percent.
I'lilf.AiipM'itiA , PH. , Nov , -L'lo.irlnS9 , 110 ,
370,101 ! liiiliuic'c's , J..oofl.y.'O. Money , 4 per i-rnt
ST. IjOUti , Mo , Nov , S. UloirlniH today
JI.M4.87li ! halancoi. JWI.3W. Monoy. 7IJS po
cent. Uxchiiiigo on Now York ' , ' 3o discount U
par.
par.CmcMnn , 111 , Nov 2. Now York orclmnRi
I'J'ic ' nor $1,000 proinlum. Olo.irliiK" tl8.-i",4lo
Money 0 per cent Morllnit oxchanno < l M ) ' ,
for sixty-day bills nnd } l 8P ( for sight draft *
Thu stupendous falluro In Boston that of tin
Miivoilc-lc h ink wit lit tn.no > .noj of dcpo-dts lim
a rHlhor dnpressltu liilluoneo for a tlmo as tin
truiloVIIH npprcliunilvo of the ultimata con
but uonlldonco wns soon rcstoiud
New York Money Market.
NB\V YOIIK. Nov. 't MOSEV ov OAM.-
I'lisy , r.uiKhu from .1 to 0 nor cunt ; last lo.in
elosod nflorcd nlfl per cont.
I'uiMK MnliCAVTir.K l'Ai'i.-li "iiW'J per cent ,
"TtniMNO KxciiVNOE-Wc.ik and L-awlor a
$ t so'i fiiril\tyduy hills and * lh.'l for ( Icin.ind.
The following nero the closing prlcoa on
bonds.
Ijondon Alonev iMnrkcr.
LONDON. Nov. 2. IUu SnVhii-4l l-10d per
O7.
O7.MOSKY 2"1 per cent.
Hate of discount In the open market for both
short and thrcu months bills , : i3B < B > J5 ; pel
cent.
I'nrls Hcntcs.
PAIUS , Nov. 2. Three per cent routes Kt
for the account.
Denver Mining Stocks.
PENVEII , Cole , Nov , 2. The following list Is
thucloslngriuotatlonson the .Mining exchange
today , hales. IM.IOJ shales.
AlleKliiny ID ldid llock oil
Amity 2 Ironulnd 15
Aritonnut Ill lolin I
lUllnrat bl Justice 18
IMnitknk Corn It . . . A Lunvenworth 4
Hates Hunter . . . W ) I.llllo Ilulo 111
HlK Indian 13 Mny Mu/oppa ll'J
lllx blv B\ ( Mntcbloss
llrownlonr loj Mornlnx ( illin 17
Cnlllopo Is Ore 100
Clnudln J ( , ' < I'nrk Consolidated. 10
Century . . . . U 1'a ) llock
Cln > County \ii \
Cnsli I'lU/.ler 2
Ill iiiionil II 4 Itcod .N.Uliiruil 100
Denvci ( ins and Oil 10 Itlnlto 111
Kuunons . . . . . . . . 48 ItunnliiRl.ode . . . .
UettjHburtf 22 Whulo
Uoldon Troaaiiro . . HI
San Kriuiulsuo linin Quotations.
SAN I'liANCtsco , Gal. , Ni v. 2. t'he olllclal
oloslim quotitlons for mining stocks today
were as follows :
Now York Mimii < ; Quotations.
NEW VOIIK. Nov. 2. The following are the
closing mining stock quot itlons :
Alice ir > Mexican JIM
All.imp Con liO Ontario JW
Crown 1'olnt 100 Ophlr 250
ConCuluXVn 419 I'ymouth tM
Deadwood I'O ' ? lcrra Nevada 150
Knrekn Con 1.11 itnnduril 120
Homestnko 10,0 Union Con I'W
Horn Sliver J10 Yellow Jnckot. . . . l.'U
Iron bllver 110
St. I.onlw Mining Quotations.
ST Louis , Mo , Nov 2 Mlnliu stocks ncro
active today and many stojkuore dealt In.
Adams I'M Mn ill llopc'x u
American , TO Silver ALO 4U
Con Sliver 8i [ UlUabetli I OS
UrunltoM 21X10
Havana Markets.
t _ H4VANA , Nov. 3. SPANISH Goi.n $ Jil'i ©
" "
"i\ciiANfin riim : on thu United States
short hUht ohl 104 prom ; on LonJou 2)4 '
in em
Sticuii Quloti nothing dono. The weather
Is rainy.
Now IToi'lc Dry Goods Alnrkot.
NK.W YOIIK , Nov. 2. Iliifalnoss la dry goods
was unchanged In chan clei.
Trailer , Talk.
CHICAGO , III , Nov , 2 , Councilman St Day to
Coclviell llios : Who it closed * 4c lower lixlfty ,
and the action of the matUet liullcatrd llltlo
new out-ildo Iniilnoss , In absence of which
local hoar tactics piovallod against the
liilliionco of higher cables iind less Increase11- ! ! !
the visible than had been generally
expected. The diouth remains uti-
broken , but cloudy and cool weather
relieves apprelionxlons of Immediate
damage to seed nlioat. Occasional lopuits
that early sown wheat Is alio.uly dead are
goner illy discredited orohSot hythomovo-
rnent In the northwest , Thu marUet closed
just whole It did two weeks ago and , as wo i o-
f ird the condlth us since then rntlior In favoi
of holders , wu sllll advise imrchases on soft
spots Corn an.l oats woio strong
and lilshor in sympathy with cables
mil a good demand for bhlpment.
\YuadvIsoagalust shot t sales for all deliv
eries thisyeai. Provisions vveio active and
idvanccd sharply on buying of near deliv
eries by paokois. When the grain markets
declined some u ickers sold .laiuiarv product
against earlier purchases for Novemoor and
December , and about one-half of the ad vance
was loat. The closnu tone watt btoady and
rather dull at quotations.
Lliic oo , III , Nov 'i * > niirt7 , Dunoo il Mc-
Cotmlok to 1U. . bwarti A. t'o. Cables on
wheat came llrm and brought the nnnounco-
nentof thoolllelal confirmation of the Kiih-
sl.iu decree prohibiting "oviioits of all grains
except wheat. The weather In thu winter
wheat bolt o jnilnnos drv , hut In spltu of all
.his thu market after opening htiong , tilled
le ivy and closed near the bottom.
Itecelpts of corn show an Incte.iso and with
'avor ihlo wo ithor will continue to , Thu IH-
luenei's that alleeteil corn caused an advance
n oats , with pioMioets of lain between now
mil \\oine-duv ! Iiidlcallons point to still
ewer pi lees. Oahlos on corn came higher ,
wild an advance at Llveipool onulvalent to
I cents a bushel. The strength ahioid was
tun to thn Russian prohibition. I'oieUmuti
were llboral buynrs at Now Voik and hhlppors
bought llhoialiy hi r > llecolptsof hogs weio
igain beyond oxiiui-tatlons. I'rlees at the
ytuds woio luo to 1 o lower , but free lovertng
of several largo local hlinrtH caused an ad-
vani'o In prices above Saturday's closing.
C'iuc\io ( , 111. . Nov. 2 Ivoniiott , Hopkins ft
Co to.S A. Mohoilor Continued dry weather
ind betior cables give the wheat market a
Inner opening , but hhorlH were HO genurully
coveted on Xiturdav th it there was little IB-
nand from any hourco and the miiiKut soon
Iroppcd below uiu for lie-cumber In the last
lour It turned weak. Hold on * 3tu an I closed at
ibout the bottom foi no apparent reason o\ .
copt thu belief that It might lain tomorrow ,
vhlch U a holiday , and the crowd did not euro
0 go M > loiu ami tal > u the risk , The Indi
cations do not favor rain Clearances were
aigo. private advlcm mating the shlpmcntx
it lUltlmoro ncro about &IO.OOO In
excess of the olllclal report , and
closing cables were HO strong that
lUher prices on Wednesday are iiuito UUuly
fthodrouth K not bioken in the meantime.
Corn and oats weiovury strong at thu upon-
n , ' . Shorts were nervous and Ixnight freely ,
he fur futures show Ing eonrildurablustrenglh
tii.isla Is not aim , . ' ! ) uxportur of corn and li
will not out much 11'uro If she uuts oir the
hlpnients iiltogothor. Ittuurdlng OUH It
s dllrurcnt. bur o\ports of that
train being qulto large as a rule.
Our own crop Is so lar.-e. however , that we can
simply till possible demands without ntraiKl-
ng ouihulves. Wo seu no good IUIIMJII fur
nitllng either curii or oats on futuio months
A uroinlnenl receiving and shlpulng house
v ru largu buyers uf .May oats at ir.'c It
s thought to bu on export account ,
'rovlslons aru appaiently Hearing
1 basis for n.ifo Investment Till
nay not be imincdl itoly true of pork as tliurs
sstlll u Boo.l deal of sdllcltiulu lu thn tr.ule
n3 to tht < possible utfeut of euriylng t-o largo a
took of iiiimeruhant tblu pork. I.aril looks
ow enough. There scorns to bo small proba-
illlty of much moru depression while po sl-
bllUUiiof asood udvauculu the uu r future
look qulto tliitlerlrfU nibs nro relative ! )
higher booauso of the r scarcity ,
O.U.I/M
, , OVUHA. Nov 2. uoi.
There was the usil l heavy Monday's run ol
entilemil light receipts of IIDJI. Uood heel
cattle were scnrce thwbtllk of the oirorlnit <
beliu on the stocker nnd feeder order The
mnikot was exccedlllxlys low iind dull. Oood
cows and heifers wore stonily to strong , other
grades unclmiicoil. lVoilon were In heavy
supply and iHHirdoinuiiil. and the tunrkot was
dumoratlrcd , with values about as low us they
ever get.
I'rlcos on stock cuttle have not heen as low
before this season. In fact dealers claim that
values arc oven lownrth in a year ago. Tn
pens weio packed with stockers and
fcedcis of all weights and description" ,
some pmelnz the number on hand upwardi
of 4OliO head. Uutsldo purchasers were scarce
and not many are expected until after the
election. The market was lint , nraetloallv
nothing doing and at the close n largo number
were unsold. I'rlcos on thin , light stockers
ranged from ! l.r > ) toJ 00 : 00 to8.11-lhs atl..OO to
$ . ' .r > , uoo to iiv.iin ) at * . ' .2.i to u.r.0i 1,003 to i.ioo-
Ibsntf..VltotiT.Iand eholco heavy foodura
at tAUJtoWOO.
I'rlcos on hogs contlnuo to depreciate and
values yosterdav were generally 3c and In ov-
tremo ciiHes lee lower than haturdny , al
though the receipts were sm ill. The market
uns slow In oponlng. hut after once started
the few lo ids heru soon changed hands , the
bulk selling nt UTO to UT1 and lange JI GO to
WO I ho receipts at other mat kots weio llboi al
and prlcos considerably lower on all cndcs.
CATTi.E-OllIoIal recolius of entile , r,48 !
as compared with aI'M ' Saturday and 4.V10
Mom ! ly of last week. Nearly all westcrneis :
market steady In good ciittlo and slow on
others : actlveand strong on nuifors and cows ;
feeder market lint and very dull.
llons-0ilici.il rocolpts of hoss. 1,911 , ns
compared with ? , 'i)0 ' ) bntutdny and fi0) Mon-
< l'iy ' of lust wook. The market was 554H o
lower , The range ot the prices n ild was jll ( V )
( a.180. the bulk xelllng at $171 Ught , ! .l Wtt
J.SOj heavy , { ,1,709.1 hO ; mixed. W.i.1SI.73. (
UcuolptH nnil Disposition of Stock.
Olllclal receipts and disposition of stock us
shown by the books of the Union block Yards
jinpanv for the twenty-four"hours , eidlng ut
u'elocl' , p. m , November 2 , 1801 :
UKCKIIT3.
DISI'OSITION.
ncprcscntiitlvo Snlos.
Around tlio Vards.
O. W Wilkinson of Hnrtlnnd , Minn. , was on
the market with 4 c irs of cattle.
Miller & Co. , prominent shlpucrs from Ilrad-
sh iw , mai Ucted a car each of cattle and hogs.
It 11. Connors , a well known range cattle
man , had In u train of cattle from Casncr ,
W. Harris , a well known range man. had a
train of 13 oirs of cattlu huiu from C.tspei ,
Wj o.
W. A Olllosple , apiomlnent ranchman at
Gunnlsoii , Cole , was huru on his return from
the coast.
11. G Hind , n prominent cattle ownoi
brought in Ucais of Oregon gias eis from
Ontai lo , Ore ,
W. A. Danny uiought , In a car of cattle from
Woodlal.o. J. M. bmith of same placu uioughl
in two loids.
It. U llohcrtsof Arlington li id hogs hot p. as
did also W. Hairlngtonof Tok imah and J. U.
Mailer of lllali.
1'liil Sliunon was among the big cattle shlp-
it'rs today. Ilu brought In nlnutcun u irs fiom
Ueu Hook , Wvo.
Inspector Moso Howard condemned and
dlled bl lump jaw ealtlo during ( lie mouth of
Jctobor and sold the caic i ses to thu rendor-
ng company at an average prlco of tl 21 ,
The llurUhart I'aol.ing oomp my maikoted
, wo eais of cattle , llartman i. C , ten eals II.
I. Mills four cars. H. Harding two ears a id
W. H. Decker eight eais , all of which were
oaded at DUIIVOI , Colo.
H. H Mnthows , a prominent cattle man of
Colorado , was at the vaidson Ills way west
from Hed Oak , la , wharu lie puruhasod a lo id
if bulls , which he is shipping to CiooU , Colo.
'Undo" bam is an old tlmor , well known all
ovoi the west and U a thoiougli cattle man.
The ictiiriis received from two ear loads of
rough steers snipped about two weeks ago by
W , II. Jaol > , rolsom , N. M , to houtli Omaha ,
voro very hatlsfactoiy. Mi. .Iaokstatedth.it
10 would have boon satlslled If thov had not
letted moio than < -0 a head , licit they netted
, ' 7.h1 a head. Omaha Is surely thu m.irkut
center for Now Mo v luo cattle.
Chicago Itivo Stock .Mnrlcot.
CniCAno , III. . Nov. J [ Special Telosram to
Tim III K. ] Thu cattle market was abnnd-
intly supplied today , the yards containing
noru than 20.00U head , Thoio was a fair do-
luind from the several classes of buyers and
i laigo volume of business was tiaiisucted.
Jwlng to the generous proportions of the sup-
) ly a wo.ik feeling provnlled , but there was no
Material shrinkage | n values for any giadu of
uuttle. Whllu a considerably Ineruasoil num-
iui of good native. .steers could huvu beun
ilacud at about last wcukS closing prices ,
heiu was n surplus of common stun uvun
it tliu oxlromoly low prices pievlotisiv
ullng. Natives KiUl principally at fiom
1.23 to $ .M1 for oows and at from JUKI
o $17,1 for steers , , though the ovtremo
angu of ( luutatlotm was fiom 73u to $ ll.iJ. (
'hero was Mime apeeulatlvu trading In stoc \ -
is anil fee luis. on u basis uf 11.50 to JI lu. Of
vustein eattlu thero-vvoio about .1,000 head , and
) f Tu\ans4oou Thp ( oimor wuru quoted nt
rom * 1..U to H b.1 and Uio latter at from $1.2.1
01. Ill
Thu course of prices for hogs . continued
ownwaid. Itocoliitj. ran fir nlu-nd of th i
lumber looked for 411111 ho den were very
vuak kneed fiom the start. The opunltu sales
bowed a decline of from So to lUonnilthoio
vas no tlmoduilng thb day when Miloscou.il
loolluctrdto any ihc-lter advantage ; Imlned
lie lute trading vvasignnerally at a reduction
f IUu nseomparul with Hat in day 'no notations ,
'ow of thu oirorlntrinunt ibo\o ) . ' . while
trices below HUi eurrleil ulf the
router part. At thu close fl 0
iinuht tlio best heavy sort , and i.l. 0 wui
ira tlahly the top of the market for I ght
vulghts. At the ruduution thuro was an nctivu
em mil , I oth from Hhlppers and puckers and
nit few hois wuio carried over.
Thu livening Journal leiioris ; Cuitlo Ite-
olntN , I'J.OviOj ' NhlpmuntH , 4 uiK ) ; market stead ) ;
iilmc lo extra native tViVUti 4'Jj ' others. * 1T > 0
fti'A ) , Toxaiis. ( J.SVtC.'ul ; rangers , U.OJiit 10 ;
tookois , t.2.1tu.21 ; natlv o rows , W 7.1
Hogs Ho"elpts , ,10,0k ) : shipment * , 10(0 ( >
narket opened lowbr. closed t > tiou'er : nnieh
ind eommon .I.u > t61. " " > ; paukus and m \ ul
If-O-iil.l'O ; prime Heavy and butchers' wol hiH.
mv ioi light , juvaua
bliecp Heculiits , , oo , shipments 10,0 0
inrkot slow , lower ; nitlvu ewes J J "i i 4 o.l
nixed , $1 4'Iff.I U ) , woalhi.rsl V4il.7U : luxii i ,
J 7.1 ; lambs , ti.o ( < t6.i.oo ,
Now Vopk llvo . look Market.
NKVV VOIIK , Nov. 2 , llurvhs Uunlots
> n head , Inuludlng sixty-nine i'ti for sa > u
larket active , lOcper 10) Ibs hUlier Nutlvo
leers , $ t.2o3.5.'iO pqr IOJ Ihs ! eholco fancy nu-
Ivo steurs. M7.1iUOOi. Texuns mid Colorado ,
bulU uud cows , Jl.iSiWl'i Uicbtcd
beef stonily nt ( UfftOUo per Ib. Shipment
tomorrow , 00 beeves
CALVes Kccolptfl. Mlhoiuh mnrkot Ho po
lu lower : voals , $ .1ooa7.V ) per 103 Ibsi grnssor *
I.1 CK.40. )
HilRKi'-Itccolpts , 10X11 liradi market shvl
llrmnr ; sheep. f.lOOA4 M nor 100 His , lamb-
J4 i.Vit.1.fiJV | . Dressed mutton steady nt 75 ! <
jiurlbi dressed lambs iSilMi > .
lions Hcoolpts , l.KfiS head , Including olgh
cars for sale ; market dull at JI 1 (34 ( 5U per 10
Ibs. . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
KIUIISIH City lilvo Stouk > Iarknt.
KANSAS f'trv , Mo , Nov. 2. C'VTTMS lie
colutH , 10.1'Oi fthlpmoiits. iMoOi market itend ;
to weak ; steers. H'-'ViMOO ; cons , (12.Vt6l.7S
stoekers and feeders , JJOOftlOI.
HoH ( Hocelots. 0.410 ; shipments , 1.100 : mar
kul ftaiOo lowers bulk , J.I S'a.l.'O ' ; nil grade
J L25O.I.M
HIIEKIHocolpts , 5,020 : shipments , C50 ; market
kot steady. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
St. Ijoula Iiivo Stook Mnrkot.
Sr. Lotus , Mo. , Nov. 2. CATTI.K Itecelpts
2,100 ; shipments. 2.11)0 ) ; market stonily : fair ti
good natives. f.703i71i Toxnns and Imll.it
steers , ! J.0 ! < ( ? I 31 ; cows and eminent. < I.102.2.
lloosHecolpts. . 2.MXi ) shlpmonts , 0,700
choice , lower : light , 1.1 0.80. )
OMAlt.t U4llOl.is.tIl ! M.tllltKTS.
I'lonr.
Omnhn Milling comniny ; Itollancp , Patent
1270 ; Invincible. Patent , lifiO : I.ono Star , Su
perliitlve , JJ..W : tfnowllako , J..O ) : I'miuy I'am-
Ily.tt.8J
H. T I ) i vis Mill eomp-inv1 No. 1 and Croat !
High Pitent. SJH1 ; Itlilo I ) nnil Hed I * . J.'fiO.
I , Ion and llawkeye. f ! 10 ; Itoval No 10 , Spoela !
Patent , j 100 , Mlnnesiit i anil Dakot t. Patent ,
f.Mli ; Kansas Haul \\hoat , P.ilunt,0) ) : No.
braska Straight' ' , fi 1 '
S P. ( minim's Mold Modal , $70 ; Snnw While ,
$ . ' 40 ; Snowll ike , t , ' OOj low grade , Jl.l.l ; Queen
of the Pantry , f.0 < ; Mlnnosol.i superlative ,
* . ' .7D : bran , $ ( J 00 ; clioppcd feed , JJ-J.OO.
Country I'lotluco
Knos Strictly frosli eggs brought 20c. bin
there aru qulto a good many eold storage
eggs bulng tnrown upon thu market at ID'S '
llUTTEii Packing stock , ll12e ; fair to good
country , ll/itl c ; cbolco country , -MCT-'le.
Poui.TiiY Dull : chickens , JJL''VS. S ; ducks
IJA'MIJ Pralrlo chicken * , $4.rott.1lK ) : gronso.
$400l .10 ; mallird ducks , JiOO .IM ; teal
ducks. ( [email protected] ; mixed ducks , $1.5) ; quail ,
W 00ffl2.50 ; geese , * 1.001.uO.
IX II IN CKf.l. .
Notorious California Convict Dies In
Slalo'n I'rlHon.
SAUvpiivin - , Cal , , Nov. U. Charles
Schmidt , a confederate of tlio notorious
Sidney Bell , was found dead in his cell at the
San Quinton prison yesterday. Schmidt
wns brought to the prison Saturday. Just
before beiup photographed ho placed a piece
of folded'pnpor In his mouth and then tool : a
drink , tt Is now bolloved the paper con
tained morphine. Ho was then locKud up In
a cell and becatno unconscious. His cell
mates called the attention of Captain Mc
Lean to Schmidt's condition , but ho pud no
attention to thorn. They heard Schmidt
moaning during the night , but could do noth
ing for him. In the morning ho was dead , A
coroner's ' jury mot touav , out adjourned to
await an analysis of the stomaca.
The cnmo for which Schmidt was Impris
oned was a mysterious ono. Over a year ago
Samuel Jacobsou , who was shot Into nt night
and liillod , before ho died claimou bo was
attacked oy two highwaymen. Jacobson'a
story was disbelieved , and a number of sen
sational accounts have been published , all
agreeing that no was shot inside bis house
either by a member of his family or by a
man who was vlsitlnir ono of his female lela-
tivos. After n while three men woio nr-
restcd Stdnoy 13ell , Edwnrd Campbell and
Cnailos Schmidt. It was abundantly ptovod
thtitnllhad been holding up belated uodos-
trians In the city , and the liist two agreed
well with Jnuobaon's description of his mur-
derois. Campbell finally turned state's evi
dence and confessed that ho nnd Hell had
held up Jacobson , who resisted and was shot
by Hell. Schmidt was not present at the
shooting , but ho testified to many corrobora
tive details.
Bell was convicted of murder in the first
degree and Campbell was sot fiee. Schmidt ,
however , was tiiod for other robberies , con
victed and sentenced to fifteen ycats. Ho
then claimed ho had boon induced to swear
against Bell by thu police , who piomisocl to
release him , and cleclaiod his testimony
against Boll was false. This brought out a
new crop of romances in regard to the
Jaoobson murder. Bell has rich friends in
this city who are working hard to save his
life.
life.A
A very small pill.but a very good ono. Do
Witt's Little Gnrly Risore.
Kir our 1111 , v
British Army Oflicer Emla His Ufo
tii Xcw York.
NKVV i'omc , Nov. 2. Captain Algernon
Horner , 45 years old , formally n captain in
the Biitish army and of late in the employ , it
is said , of the English secret service , com
mitted suicide Sunday nftotnoon in his room
at the Victoria hotel by shooting himself
tluough the light temple with n ; Q-calibia
Smith & Wesson revolver. Captain Homer
was well known about the Victoria hotel ,
where ho has stopped whenever ho has boon
in New York dm ing the past live ye.us.
At 7 o'clock last evening a note wns sent
to the hotel addressed to Captain Hornor.
Tlio boy who took it to his room could not
t'ot any reply , although the key \vas on tlio
outside of the door , which was bolted on the
Inside. Kopoated knocking fulling to bring
any losponso , the door of the private bath
adjoining Captain Hornet's loom was toned
open and an entrance effected that v\ny. In
the bedroom , lying upon the bed with only
his tiightclothos on , lay Captain Hornor. His
light hand , which lay ncio'ss his bieiist , held
tt 32-callbro revolver from which ono car
tridge had boon Hied. A bullet hole in tlio
ngnt temple told whom the bullet was. The
man had been dead several hours when ho
was found , nnd scntteiuct about the room
xerocopies of all the mat nine papois. At
10 o'clock in the morning the papers woio
taken to Captain Hoi net's room and ho had
ovidoiuiy icad them all before killing hlm-
3 elf.
elf.Very
Very llttlo Is known about the suicide nt
the Victoria hotel , although ho has stopped
it that place during his frcrjuont visits to
Lhis country during the nast few years. Not
single letter or papof of any kind which
might give any reason for the suicide , or In
xny wny toll anything of his connections in
ICngland , wns found about the dead man.
The only thing besides u lot of concspond-
; nco wns n letter which authorised Cuptnln
iMgernon Hornur to net ( is thu ngont in this
; ountry for the Kuutur Telegraph company.
De Witt's Little Early Kis-srj.
Mi-xlonn Army Oftli-or
Houoiov , Tex. , Nov. 'J. A letter fiom ono
) t the fouornl ofllcials nt Klo Orai.uo City ,
rux.snys that First Lloutoiiant Btiznnn , fiery
r'oung olllc'lal In the Mexican army , has do-
ei'tcd to this side , borne vvouksngo , hU
) rothcr vvns caught by Uaicla's soldiers and
hot ns u biispucted revolutionist , hleute.ii-
ml Huan. on hc.irlng of the assassination ,
iciit n Guailonco to ( iencrul ( inicin. Loani
ng that lib life wns In danger , Hiuuu doscit-
id to Texas. When ho nrtivcd nt UIo Ornndo
; ity his clothes were practically torn from
ilh body by the chnppninl tluough which ho
Kid parsed. Ho will go into business.
r IUBCE mi OUT. !
O WIFT'S ' SPECIFIC is a remedy which
Is fur in advance of medical science ,
y
as it 1ms been expelling Mlcrobl from the
blood , nnd curing the worst diseases for
CO years , nnd it is only recently that the
medical world hayo concluded Hint
THE ONLY WAY
to cure disease is to force out the bnccilli
throuch the FOURS OF TIIH SKIN.
BSjjJIj Never Fails to clo this ,
/ } / / I Mil VV C Ci'rtTii . Dlltor of tha
_ , . I 5liil.UliliirjtNtn , alll Jilton Vtt ,
{ DITORl j thutliolia liccninl uly tclluv-
* " ' ' * /"l fi.rmul In
il from nn nUcfHh ch
liU ihront nil ruiiecil Inicnjo piiln olnio t choUni ;
Mm. Uu c mill not wullow rolul fnol , uud uaa in
a moil painful condition lluvuta Him In1 look only
thuci Uuttlvu , and tlul U < flu led a tomp.cio curu.
TrratUc oil Blood aud Skin Ulecaun mailed frc ? >
OMAHA
DIRECTORY.
A } \'NINGS \ AXD TKXTS.
Omixhn Tent & Awn
ing Oo. ,
rings , natnnmi ki , oil nnd
ruiiliprclolhlnir Hmnt for
cnlnloRiip 111) ) Knrnnni
DAGS AXD
BoniisOinabaBagOo.
Importers anil Mnmifmj-
tururs
Flour Sucki llnrlupj nnil
Twlno
ItlCVl'LNS.
A. H. Perri o & Oo. M.O , Daxon ,
llOi , Poilxn Stroou lllcjcle * olit on monthlj
pijrincnH
Sent ) for our cattiloxno
nnil prlcoi t.Mli stroot.
JtOOK JiIXJKltS and STA'lIOXKltt
Ackernmn Brothers & Hointze ,
Printers , binJors , cloctnitri'ir i , bUtubooK m-inu-
fnot ireri
HID Hoirnnl ilroul ,
HOOT * AXD
Morse-loo Shoa Company ,
IKTI Itonnnl Iruot
Knctorj , c-orncr llth nint Doinjlm Slroit.
\Vo nro iiuiklnK closn prices in ri d burern , nmt
clmn of iiioil < wlilcli l very nal-
nblovlili iucichnnl9
Williams , Van Aor- Kirkonilall , Jones& 0 o
nam & Harto Who1ainliMann fnrt n r'ri
Axentifor lloiton Unti-
1213 Hnnior itroot. bur 'Oioo Co 1KU 1101
aiullli > ! , llnrnoy street
Onmlm , Nab.
JiONES li U'lC HERS
John L. Wilkio , Louis Holler ,
Oman * pnporbox factory llutcliers nnd Packers
Tools and supplies llooi
l'.Uh A M .Mary'ii Ave , hni and sbiop casing
Orders promptly llllo I llll.-llls Ufksnn lri'ft
CA RRtAG UX , CIGA lib.
W. T. Seaman , West & Fritschor ,
Mannfncturos flnoclirar > .
Omnhd's Lnriicit Varloty
jobbers ot leaf tabncco.
WAUONSAND
CAHIUAOE9. 101 1 Farnnm Stroot.
CA11PJ3TS. CLOTlllXQ.
Omaha Oarpet Oo , , Gilmore & Buhl ,
Cnrpcta , oil. clothi raat- Manufactnreri and
tlnits , cur'nln Koods.ato \ \ holiKule Clothlorj ,
1511 DoiiKlnj stroct 110 ! ) Hiirnoy street.
COAL , COKE , E'IG.
Omaha Goal , Ooko & Ooutant& Squires ,
Lime r < j , , Hard and soft coal shlp-
Hnrd and soft coal S 15. t r-i
1303 rnrnim street
cur U tli and Doiml a ,
Omaha
itreets.
American Fuel Oo. , Ho well & Oo. ,
Shippers and dealers In
anlhracllo and bltu- 217 S 14th hlicct.
ntoiis coal
215 S ISlli struct. Oroana , Neb
Nebraska Fuel Oo. , Johnson Bros , ,
21JS 13th Strout , 914 1'arnam Street ,
Onuilii , Nob. Onmlm , Neb
COHX1CE.
Eagle Oornico Works ,
ManufneturorflofOalvan
l/i'd Iron Cornkc.
Window caps , inotiillo
s , etc. UlUluid
AND LJM&
J. J. Johnson & Oo , , Oady & Gray ,
SVO S 15th Street , Lime , cement , etc , etc ,
Omaha , Neb Cor , 9th and Doiicl.it Sis.
DRY GOODS.
M. E. Smith & Oo , , Kilpatrick-Kooh Dry
Dry goods notionfur - Goods Oo , ,
Dry goods , notions , ucntj'
furnlahlnt : Kooi ;
Corner llth and Howard cor. lltli unl Hownrd Sla
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
Wolf Electrical Oo. DETIlOir-AUlOMATIC
Eleotrio Motors
Illustrated catalogue
free and Dyamos fntnlii ua
free H A Klnnoyii-n' [
1(514 ( Capitol ATonno A tt & ! 2 1 N V l.lfo llld'K
FARM MACHIA'tiRY , ETC.
Parlin , Orondoiff & T. G. Northwnll ,
Martin Oo , ,
Gcnorul nostcrn nijent
Corner Jonoa and 9th Bt9. bkiiulta I'low Co ,
Omab i , Neb 134'MIM ' Sliurman Ave
OKA IX AND rnoVJSl02fls.
Cookroll Bros > F , 0. Swnrtz & Oo , ,
llrokcrs and cash .
I'rlvnto wlies lo New tile I'rlTMo wire In l
York , Clilonno , A M Ioul niut < 'lilr.i4o Itnum
10-18 Ilonril of 7. llonril of Trnilo.Umihn ,
Trndo. ' ! , a Ornut *
Olmrlos R , Lee , Louis Bradford ,
llnrdnnod lumber , wood
cnrpots and pn Lumber , Uinc.crmanl.otci
flooring
Dth and " 03J
MILIANEltY AXI ) XO'UOXS.
0. A. Stonohlll , I. Oborfeldor & Oo , ,
Jobber * la
nnil
' Imporlcrs
Milliner ) , Nntlons.C'loaks Milliner
IUu M 210 anil 21.'boulh ) llth
I1C-11SS l.tli ( i , Umnlm Hlr ot
MUSICAL JXSTHUMKXTiS , ETC.
Max Meyer & Bro Oo A. Hospo , Jr. ,
.M'f'Kjo rlcr , rtcnlors In I'luio * , Ore-ins , Artliti *
muslcil Initrnmenli , Mntcrl ila , iio.
etc
Knrnam unit IGtli 1113 DoiiKlas SlrcoL
OYSTERS. OILS.
Platt & Oo. , Consolidated Tank
Ojatcru , rlsli and Celery , Line Oo ,
SIP Soiilh 10th Be Hnllncd nnil Inhrlc.itlnz
DnvlJ Cole .Mium.-cr. ulls , nxlo tfronso , ute
PltODUCE , COMMISSION.
Ribbel & Smith , Sshroader & Oo , ,
Dealers In country prod- Cn h bnyerj butter ant
lieu , fruits , vcgotablcs , vtnit , and gonoi.il 0014-
ttc nilsnlon inorcliints
1207 Howard HtreeU ( . ' .IS-oulli 11 III Slro { ,
Robert Purvis , E. B , Branch & Oo. ,
1217 Howard Street. 1'ioducc , fruits of all
Wrllo for prices on but
ler , CVKS poultry , and kinds , oysters ,
Kama Mtli and Hnrney Street ) .
Kirschbraun & Sons , Jas. A. Olark & Oo ,
lluttcr , chccso , etfi
lluttcr , etfBs and poultry.
poultry and KIUIIO
1200 Howard Stroot. CWboutn Uth Street.
Bates & Oo , ,
Country produce , fruits ,
veKetftblei urocers * npe-
clnlllfs. tons , splcoi , etc.
417-lUH IHIiSt-
PAPER. RUJiJlLR GOODS
Carpenter Paper Oo , , Omaha Eubber Oo. ,
Curry n full ( lock of Mamifucturers and Jof > -
prlnlln. , wrapping and bcr-i all kinds rubber
writing paper , curd pa Roods
per , etc 1VQ rnrnim btroot.
Emersou Seed Oo , Jainca Hughes ,
Pecil grower1 * Uoalera In hlovcs repairs of ullklmll
Kiirilcn , Knm , nruln ami LookKiinil lloulcri
true HCCIH forsiilo. .
42I-4JJ South I5lh. 007 S Uth Streot.
I , AS If , DOORS , JiLlXDS , EW
M , A. Disbrow & Oo , Bolm Sash & Door Oo
Mnniifucluror-t of snsli. M imitnclurori of mould *
iloori bllniln and iu'i , blind' , doori , clo.
nioulilliiK' llrnncli ot OHlco.
flcc , Uth anil Iz ml bU Itoom 421 Boo HnlMlnz.
S'lEAM AND nWEJt SUPPLIES
U. S. Wind Engine & A. L. Strang & Sons ,
Pump Oo ,
, .
10K-1001 rnrnam btroot.
Ilnllldnr Wind MUM ,
8H nnil 'I.'O Innos Stroot. Onmln. Neb
( J K HoaH , nclluiiuiini'r
TEA , COVPUE , SPICES.
Oonsolidatod OofTca
Company ,
1414 nnil 14IU Ittrnor St ,
Oinnha , Neb.
'iors. MILLIARDS.
II. Hardy Oo. , Tl.j Brunswiok-
I'liy , ilolh , atl > n mi , Balko-Oollondor Oo , ,
nncy KiKiili. Iioii9ofiir Illlllanl mcrclinnilbo
il lilnu Kooih , clillil- saluon llvtnruj
cn'i ( iirrlaKP" 407 , 4W S lUlh Slruot ,
1)1'J ) rnrnuin Street. Uinnliu
SOUTH OMAHA.
JNION STOCK YARDS CO , - LIMITED
A. D. Boor & 0o. , Hunter & Green.
-W iicHniifo : Dulldlntf , ill ) K.YCIKIMKU JUllWlMI ,
Konth Oamha. South Oinnhru
UOVAIi .
Montrenl anil Quobnu to Darrr ml I.lvc rpuol
: nliln tW lo ( to , iicconllnz to Hlc'iunor anil Inintlonof
tate room Inlunnuillntu anil nloer.uuut tow rntjJ.
1 1 CAItlIKI ( )
low York unit ( lln-KOw vl i LoiiUonilvrry ovorr
lortnlKlit.
Nov IS , BTATH OH MJIIIIAHKA , noon
Nov . , . M'A'I'l.'ut C Vl.irollMA , iijon
Duo 10 , HI'A I'K Of NKVADA , II A. .M ,
Cubln J-l.'i up Huturti fir , bteeraoJ13 Apply to
,1,1 , , AN .V CO llilcnuo ; II I ! MODltDS Wubuli
kki tOll | . > oV T VAIli Ilu liit.on HckuiOill u
YOURSELF !
, . .sir jour Druggist for _
bottio ul inn li. l ho only ,
non jjoiioiiouj ic-mcd } [ or nil
1 the nnnatur.il iliscliiirniHiind
prlvalcilikc'iii > c'solineiianil the
diihilltati.ii ; v.caU aw , peculiar
lo Cornell H tuns In a lew
da > i with nut the ulil or
puhllcltv ot a dm tor
[ iiiirrwil d i tern tin Curt
.iliimitiKUiri'l h > f
The Evans Chemical Co. *
CINCINNATI , O.
USA.
> :
Wo fftid thn inarvrlniu French
Iteinujy CALTHOS fr < - < - , nnd H
liuul Kimruiiliolhiil'AI.TMOil lll
H I ( lllirhHrKci .1 I'mluluni ,
Otllll * Kr rniulorrliu.urkucvlo
und lll.M 1 O UK Irfnt \ Itfur.
L'it il ami fay i/ialii/teil.
Aitlroi , VON MOIIL. CO. ,
Bil lurrl il letou , UntlnDtll , llblo.
N1JW
UKKTAIN
, _ KIMIDV. : :
* ijinliiK Cure ,
never rolurns 1 will end fouled 1'KIIl ; to any
eullurer u prescription to unlarno mimll v cuk pnrti
aim cortaln euro lor lout vUur , eiulsslonn , varlcu *
cclo , Impolency Addror.n
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TO WEAK MENsa Js
rarlyuecny , wa.stliiK vvpntimK.'i ' , Intt iniiuh'Kxl , i'tc ,
I will wnd nvaluanlo tixatUo iMiili'di > niulnlug
full parllculara fur hume curi' , 1'ltlil , f < liarie.
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man Who U nervous und ilchllllutu ! Addrmn.
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