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THE OMAHA DAILY REE : SUNDAY , SEPTEMBER 23 , 189i 15
CONDITION OF OMAHA'S ' TRADE
Business In n Jobbing Way Quito Aotlvo in
Sams Lines.
COLLECTIONS ARE REMARKABLY GOOD'
Munafaclurors And Their Annual Meeting *
Selllns1'ritH 1 > jr Auction nml the He *
eulu Situation In the I.Uo Stock
Mnrkct nt South Omiilm ,
Tha fact that there U an 'Improved feeling
la the jobbing trade la very gratifying , even
It the actual Improvement In business la lim
ited to n few staple lines. It goes to show
that there Is returning confidence In spite ot
the hard times and toss of crops , nnd that the
business men ot this section ot the west ore
not discouraged , but are going ahead , not
withstanding there are obstacles In the road ,
As pointed out aweek ago , there are certain
lines ot business from which but Ilttlo can
bo expected when the crops are light , but on
the other hand the staple lines are more act
ive lhan was anticipated. A good many Job
bers wcro looking for a light business even
In such lines as groceries , dry goods and
boots and shoes , but In this- they have been
happily dUappolntod , The opening ot the
present month found the shelves of the mer
chants almost bare of goods , as a result of
the conservative policy In buying that has
been the rule during HID past year. It soon
became evident to the merchants that while
their -business might not bo so largo as on
somd former seasons , there was bound to b ;
BOIIIO business , and they have been forced to
stock up to meet the demand for the. fall and
winter Roods. A good many ot Iho largest
retail merchants In the state- who have been
accustomed to buy In the east had | nit otl
placing tholr orders until It was too late to
go cast for the goods , and they have been
forced to transfer their bunlness to local
houses , thus helping to swell the volume ol
business. Omaha dry goods houses claim
that they are now sending out moro goods
than they ever did before , even during tlu
most prosperous seasons ,
The coming of cooler weather during the
iarly part of the week had a 'tendency tc
Mart up business a little In some other lines ,
Thus the hardware jobbers reported an In-
crcaso In the sales of seasonable goods and r
better outlook for business during the nc\l
feww eka to come. Collections contlnm
Tory fair In the country considering the gen
eral situation.
TIIK MANUFACTUIUJnS.
Wbllo there Is not very much In the wa ]
of newa affecting ( ho Jobbing trade , the pas
week has been an active one with the manu
facturers. A good many ot the Omaha tac
torlea nro busy and are pushed to flll order
owing to the Increased demand for homi
made goods. Ono by ono the different manu
facturlng establishments are being forced ti
Increase ( heir plants by Ihe addition ot mon
machinery and the employment of mon
hands.
The exhibit madu by the manufacturer
at the state fair Is bearing fruit In the wa'
of Increased orders for homo jnatlo good
from various sections of the state.
The secretary of the Manufacturers am
Consumers association has just roturnei
from Lincoln and Beatrice , where ho ha
teen holding meetings of the members to
the election f directors. The Lincoln mem
bers met on Thursday evening at the Ltn
dell hotel nnd elected eight directors , cad
city bolng entitled to ono director for ever
flvo members : J. C. Ilarpham was electoi
chairman of the meeting. The followln
wore elected directors : S , J. Alexander o
the Farmers & Merchants Insurance ) com
pany. J. C. Ilarpham of Ilarpliam Bros
M. A. Warren of the Lincoln Paint an
Color company , George H. Clark ot the Lin
coin Packing company , C. R , Teftt ol Ken
dull & Teftt , W. n. Howard of the Howar
Mcdlplno company , II. 8. .Llpplncotl of th
State Journal and Charles Hawlcy of th
Western Carrie ge Top company. The Llncol
members are feeling well satisfied with th
results of the manufacturers' display mad
at ( ho ctato fair , and are more enthusiast !
than over for "homo Industry. "
On Friday the Dcatrlco members elected 7
It , Dempster of ( he Dempster Mill Mam
taclurlng company to represent them on th
board of directors. The recent homo Indu :
try banquet was successful In arousing
great deal of enthusiasm In Beatrice , an
the Klein New York Racket store has a wlr
do\v 100 feet long filled with what It call
tli a first annual display of Ueatrlco indu :
trlca. The Institute for Feeble Mlndc
Youths shows a flno line of brushes of the !
own manufacture , next to which is a samp !
Iflnco and n roll of barb wire made by tli
Beatrice Barb "Wlro and Manufacturing con
pany. The Beatrice Printing company nhov
a tine of book binding and printing. Noi
nro pyramids ot canned corn and tomato :
by the Beatrlco Canning company and cor
and gloss starch made by the Beatrice Stare
company. A model wind mill and a fine a
sortment of Iron pumps and cylinders mat
by the Dempster Mill Manufacturing con
pany occupys a prominent place , -while tl
Beatrice Building and I'avlng Urlck compat
shows n full line ot samples ot their pavl-r
brick , sidewalk tiles and firo-proflng. Ire
flower stands by the Beatrice Novelty cor
pany , buggy tops and wheels made ojr Li
Wchn and H. N. Shell and a fine line
inen'a work shirts and ladles' skirts man
facturcd by the Klein New York Hack
store complete this very Interesting exhlbl
The secretary of the association says th
a -window like this In every town In tl
atnte would' afford an object ; lesson In pra
tlcal homi Industry that would bo far reac
Ing In Its Influence for building up and o
couraglng Nebraska manufacturing Indu
tries. Meetings In Omaha , Nebraska Cl
and Fremont will be held early next wci
and the annual meeting ot the directors f
the election of ofilcera will bo held on Fi
day at .Omaha.
SELLING FRUIT AT AUCTION.
At the opening of theCallforlnla fn
season last spring the commission men
Omaha organized a fruit auction and I
nuguralcd dally sales ot fruit. This net I
waa taken because the shippers of Callfon
favor ( hat method ot disposing of th
fruit , and as markets In the east h
adopted tho. plan It seemed necessary tl
Omnha should do the same. The fruit si
son Is now -well advanced and It Is posstl
to give BO mo Idea of tlio results of tl
method of disposing of fruits.
Up to the present date 1G9 cars of d
fornla fruit have passed through the Oma
auction house , the total salea ot wh !
amount to 3121.GS7. Thla largo amount
fruit has not all been consumed tn Oma !
but hits been distributed from this pate
to Ihe smaller markets , mostly In Iowa a
Nebraska , though shipments have been m :
to other stales. The handling- this lai
Amount of fruit has given employment
qulto a. large force of men and the trade
' upon the whole , of moro Importance to 1
city than thoa : outside of the business mil
Imagine.
Omnlu commission -men were , of the op
Ion that there -were not enough whole *
dealers In fruit In this city to support
auction house alone , and accordingly tl
* established what Is known In the trade
an "open auction ; " that Is , ona In wh
any person can buy fruit. The very fl
auction that was held -was attended by
' tin peddlers In tha city , and it coon beca
evident that they were bound to cut an I
portant figure in the trade. Ai tha sea :
progressed this phase of the question
raine better understood. The peddlers
not only buying the Inferior fruit , but tl
lisvo gradually extended their oporatl
until the regular fruit commission tinu
complain ( hat they are ruining the buslni
The peddlers , after making their purchat
load ( ho fruit on to wagons nnd carry
around to the retail stores and fruit sta
and soil It out at an advance of 5 to
ctnti per box. As the retailer pays tli
cash they can afford to aell at a miall mar
am ) still make what to them Is good wai
They also load up their wagons and Btal
them on the itrcet In th early morn
whom the grocers are accustomed to c (
lo buy tholr dally supplies * ot the nut
gardeners and furnish tha trade right un
tha noses ot the wholesalers.
All this trade formerly -wont to tha t
ularwholesale houses , and U ti safe to
that the peddler * have just about rul
tha local business of Ihe regular deal
1 during the pait summer. This Is not at
surprising , as other cities where open i
tlaus ara held hive eip rieuced the si
Th bowftrar , ore not
with the local -business , but are reaching
out after tha shipping trade. They have
mada serious Inroads upon thn trade ( tha
wholesale houses In nearby towns , such as
Fremont , Blair and Tekamah.
The jobbers thought that or not allowing
any buyer to purchase less th.iti good round
lots ot fruit at the auction hou-irn would
shut out nil the smaller peddlers , nnd tluy
would hare to come lo the jabbers to get
their supplies , the fiamo 49 frrmorly. In
this they were mistaken , iu the peddlers
combine , and If ono cannot handle a single
lot , lie divides It up among his friends. It
was also provided that every purchaser
should deposit $25 tvlth tha auction
company before being allowed to maka
a bid , so as to Insure the carrying out
of contracts. The peddlers got around this
by having one of their number make the de
posit as required , and then ho docs the
buying for the crowd.
So far as the regular fruit houses are con
cerned , there Is no disputing the fact that
the auction has proved a great detriment.
On the other hand , there Is" no doubt but
what It Is a good thing for the grower and
shipper of the fruit. It brings all the buy-
era together and Increases the competition ,
and Insures him better prices than could bo
expected at a private sate. The best Inter
ests of the grower would appear to be on
the side ot an open auction , hut It would
look at the present tlmo as It the closed
auction -was the only thing that would pro
tect the regular fruit houses.
Whether the Irult men -will take any
action to protect themselves against the
peddlers the coming season remains to be
seen , but whatever they do , the fruit auc
tion will be continued In some form or other ,
as the auction method ot disposing ot Irult
has come to stay.
L1VB STOCK MARKET.
A fair amount of business tvas transacted
at South Omaha last -week. The receipts
of cattle were larger than during the
previous week by some 8,700 head , but there
was a decrease. In the arrivals of hog !
amounting to about 5,500. The packing
houses are experiencing no little difficult !
In securing as many good beef cattle a ;
are required by their trade , and while thcj
are paying better prices than other mar
kets , tlio cattle do not seem to come here.
Several times during the past few day :
western cattle shippers have divided theli
shipments , sending one-half here , and th !
balance to Kansas City , with the resull
that the cattle brought to Omaha wouli
bring 25c and 35c per 100 marc than tin
others. On some days ot the past wccl
there have hardly been enough fat stecri
here to. make a real test ot the market
while on other days there has been a fal ;
run , but everything received has sold rsadllj
at very satisfactory prices. Prices havi
ranged very even , there being little changi
from day to day , but If anything the mar
kct Is a little firmer at the close than I
was at the opening of the weel : .
The market on cows and mixed stock ha
been In good sliapa all the week , there belli ;
an active demand and a very fair supply
The business doing In stocliers and feeder
has been la/gc , and the country has been <
liberal buyer , though U baa kept dealer
busy to keep the supply down , the receipt
have been so large. Owing to the larg
supply the market had a downward tendenc
during the latter part ot the week , an
prices dropped 15c and 20c.
The hog market has experienced a decide
drop during the week In spite of the fallln
off in the receipts. A short time ago ther
was a very active demand from all quarter
for provisions , and every one was buyln
under the Impression that the market wa
going still higher. Some were predlctln
that hogs would reach $7 In the fto
future. All ot a sudden the excitement an
desire to buy cameto an end , and as th
market turned downward the demand fc
hog products has fallen oft very material ! :
Two weeks ago England was a most acttv
buyer , and English cuts were In great 1 (
mand. but at the present lime there is a !
most no demand. In ( he tearae way th
south was a large buyer , but with provision
It Is. the same as with all other commod
ties , no ono wants to- buy -when the marki
Is dropping and the demand has fallen o
from that source as well. Some of tt
wise ones In ( he trade are now cpmmcnclii
( o predict that the Hoc market , under U
present light demand lor the product , wl
drop until hogs will bo selling at this mai
kct for $4.50 to $5. "
The sheep market does not show muc
change : from day to day , and prices ai
.about the same now as they wera a. wee
ago. Omaha is not a 'very large shee
market , but there Is a demand here for
fair number of good muttons , and It Is a
every day demand , which In the course i
a month would amount up to quite a nun
ber ot head.
head.ht.
ht. T.ouln Grnrrnl Murkct.
ST. IXDIIIS. Sept. 22. FUJUn llncliahitcd.
WHEAT Cloned HOHc Dtt nn MlHns nnd lisl
clearances : 'No. i a-ed. cnsh. tic ; Sen.
SUc : December. SOUffilc : May. S6He-
COHN Lost lo with wheat's decline ; No.
mixed , cnsh , E3ttc : September. Bllio ; DcCembe
! 7Vic : May. Sc.
O.VTS Weak and lower ; No. 2 cash. IW
September , SDltc ; May , 3U4c-
UTU Scarce nd strong : BOc bid for INO.
caih. cast fide , and 55o asked.
HAIILEY No trading.
1HIAN Ixiwcr ; Kc for sacKi-d. cast trade.
FLAX SEED-Stcady at JI.37.
CLOVER SERD Higher nt 8.05fr .20.
TIMOTHY SEED Lower at J5.2ja5.43.
HAY Dull , -vrllliout change.
nUTTER Unchanged.
EGOS Unchanged.
LEAD Weaker ; upot , delivered. It.
S I' ELTBII J3.30.
CORN [email protected] ,
WHISKY JI. 33.
COTTON TIKS Unchinged.
DAOOINa-Wnchanged.
PROVISIONS Heavy and weak. Pork , stan
ard mess , lobbing. 111. Lard , prime steam. ! ? . <
choice. SS.53. Dry rait meats , loose nhouldei
| 6 M ; longs and libs , 17.60 : short i. $7.75. llacn
packed shoulders , J7.7i ; longs , JS.37U : ribs , 18. !
shorts. t8.7 ! J.87H. . . . , , „ .
IlEOEIPTS Flour. 4,000 bbln. ; wheat , M , <
bu. ; corn. S3.000 bu. : oats. 51.000 bu.
SHIPMENTS Flour , 7,000 bbls.j wheat , Ea , <
bu. ; corn. 6,000 bu. ; oats , 1,000 bu ,
AVonl .Market.
LONDON , Sept. Z2. At the "wool auction sol
11,800 bales- Here offered and of thin numl
1.000 wera withdrawn , The tone of the marl :
waa strong. The lioma trade took most of I
offering * . American buyers paid extreme ral
for suitable parcels , both greasy combings a
Victoria courlng . Neit week'a catalogues v
comprise 7S.751 bales. Including 8.800 bales Ni
SiHitli IValca. 11,790 Victoria- and SO. :
New Zealands. Tha Imports of nil ln
amounted to 257 bales. The following i
today's sales In detail : Now South Wales , 1. '
bales : Scoured. 7V4'lflB 7U < 1 ; greasy , 6',4W :
Queensland. W bales : Scoured , Is [email protected] W.
Victoria , 3,661 bales : Scoured , SVfcdOls (
greasy , CHQIOd. South Australia , 343 bait
Scoured. U ; Breaay , SHM. Tasmania , W ball
Bcoured. 6HIJW. New Zealand , G.673 bol <
Scoured. OdOla Slid : creasy , [email protected] Pur
Arenas , 1.160 bales ! Greasy. SQ1W , Tlio Pur
Arenas prices represented Hn advance.
ST. LOUIS , Sept , SJ. WOOL Quiet and i
changed. '
Hrori > eel Market * .
I.IVEIIPOOL , Sept. 23. PHOV1SION8 Hac <
holder * offer freely ; CumberUnd cut easy
43s ; short rlt.s easy at Its M ; lone clear. 4 ! U
dull at 41a ; loner and eliort clear. K Ibs. , dull
41s tl. Shouldera easy at &Ss.
CHKESE rirm I holders orter moderately ; fin
whllo and colored. 61s Gd.
TALLOW Nominal ; supply poor ; prime cl
COTTON SEED OWFlrm at Us Cd.
TtjnPENTJNB Steady ; holder * offer mod
a.tely ; spirit * . 21s.
HUSIK Dull ; holders otter moderately ; co
mon , 3i W. -
1IOP3 At London ( Pacific coast ) , steady ; ho
, era offer freely al HOES lOa.
lo Knnsnt City Market * .
KANSAS CITY. Sept. \VUEAT-Slonr i
Ho loner ; No. a h.inl. 4C047c ; No. I red , 4IO )
No. S n-d. 4c : rejected , 4tg > e.
COIIN Steady ; No. Z , Sic ; mixed offered K
under yesterday's prices , vrlth takers at < G < 6' '
OATS-Slow nnd Ho lower ; No. 3 mixed , :
No. a white. Sic. , _
HUTTim Common -weak ; others steady ; crrn
cry. 192Jc : dairy , 17fil8c.
KC.ClS-Qulot and iteady at l,5e.
HECEtPTS Wheat , S.100 bu. ; corn , none ; D :
"siIIPMENTS-Wheat. H.WO bu. : corn , no
oats , none. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Market ,
NBW YORK. Sept. tl 8UCJAR Dull anil n <
Inal ; lower to cell ; fair refining , JVic ; ntrlfui
94 teit , IKc ; gale * , none : redned qulel and ea
No. . t ll-iaOIViCi "No. 7 , 3 IS-HtfHic : No.
S IMMHc ; No. 9. taet 15-lGc ; No. 10. 3 II-
S ! c : No. H. SH91 W-Mo : No. 15. S MWJ
Nu. 13 , 34c ; off , S'tiiH 9-l6c ; mould A , 4 II-
4Kc : standard , IMH & - ! * < : conf ct loners'
[email protected] 9-Uci cut loaf. 5 1-lWVJo ; crmhej. C
tfiVic ; pondered , 4UO4 IHfc ; granulated.
4 ll.Mos rub" , C < J5-16- ' , ,
LONDON , bei'U a. SUGAR Centrifugal , Ji
in 15 3d ; Muscovado , fair rt lining , IU M.
Cotton .Murkt't.
16
Ot ST. LOUIS. Sept. ZJ.-COTTON-Qulet ; n
(311ns. ( SViOi sales. COO balrti receipts , W ba
erE hlpmeata. COO bales ; stock. I.EOO balea.
NKW OHLKANS. BeplT 2t COTTON Es
E- talcs , ppot , MX ) bales , to arrive , 800 bales ;
Eid celpti. 1.021 talcs ; exports to France. I.4CT la
y continent. 117 balut coastwise. (37 baleit l <
idre i : . U bales ; futures , ( toady ; sale * . S3. WO ba
re BapUmUer. 15.90 ; December , ) l.0ltt .0j | Janui
ill JO.OJi November , I5. sfi5. s , December , ; . < ; J
c- uary , tlMQ6M ; February ; M-HQt.lt.
'I'rUruVhe t Quotations.
BAN JTRANCIBCa , Sept. SS-WHKAT-Dec
nt ber ,
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
Speculators Anticipated a Ileavy IDCIJOSO
In the Yisibla Supply.
WHEAT OPENS QUIET BUT VERY STRONG
Corn \VM Iflrm JJirlj- , but Old Not Long
Ilrmnln Bo , nntl Orixdiinlly Wcnk *
rncil nnd nt llio Close \Viu
at the Ilottam.
CHICAOO , Bop 1. 22 , Northwestern re
ceipts were heavy today , and speculators
anticipated a heavy Incrcaso In the visible
supply. As a result wheat shows n loss of
Hoper bu , . wjillo September corn dropped
2o and May lo of their previous value. Pro
visions are lower by So for perk , 17J4c In
lard nnd 20c In ribs. For the first time
slnco August C wheat la worth more money
ha a No. 2 corn.
Wheat opened quiet , but firm , at a small
ractlonn ! advance. The firmness was In
onscqucnce of the Inspected receipts hero
: urtilng out much leas thin had been esti
mated. The estimated receipts were 160
: ars , and the number actually Inspected
OS cars. The general condition oC the
pcculatlvo situation was uncnangoJ. The
weakest feature of the day's n-ews was the
eavlness of the northwestern receipts , which
at Minneapolis and Duluth amounted to 010
car loads , compared with only 650 on the
corresponding day of the year before. The
speculative business was local In character
and rather light In volume. Fearing the
probability of a heavy Increase In the visible
supply , the crowd was bearish and all the
moro Inclined to sell on account of the
weakness of corn. Decccmber opened at
57We , and sagged wearily to Glc. which
was the price when the minute warning
bell sounded Its caution to prepare for the
close. The desire to sell Increased and
V&C & was reached near the end , with from
H54c , the closing price.
Corn opened firm , but did not long remain
so. It gradually became weak , then
weaker , and was weakest at the end. Stop
loss orders were reached at c decline , below
52a for May , and as the closing value was
lJ2ic , there were numerous opportunities tor
the stop loss orders to come Into play. Tha
weakness was principally In consequence of
tha pressure to sell September , which , for
the first time this season , sold , at a discount ,
as compared with May , and for the first
tlmo In about two months , cash corn was
cheaper than cash wheat. The receipts
wore 357 cars by rail and 20,400 bu. bj
canal. September was worth 52c neai
the opening , and G0o at the close , while
May declined Ic from the highest to the
lowest price made today.
Oats were active from the beginning to the
end. Selling was still very urgent , mostb
long stuff , and prices were agsln lowered
Tha first symptoms , of the decline were no
ticeable at the start , when brokers fm
Cudshy started to raid the market with heavj
offerings. The general disposition was tc
close , and the prlca of May declined frorr
34&tc , the opening price , to 31c , the lowest
point , and at which price the market closed
n decline of % c. October ranged from29V4 <
to 28o and closed % o under the latter price
Hogs receipts being light and the gralt
market rather firm at tha opening the firs
few transactions In the provision marke
showed some steadiness : That state of feeellni
was soon exchanged for one of extremi
weakness. Stop orders on the decline wen
reached In great plenty from the appearanci
of the offerings and the packers , led b ;
brokers for John Cud ah y , made It easy fo
stop orders to be reached. There was ver ;
Ilttlo recovery at the close , from the botton
prices , .although a good deal ot covering o
shorts was In progress during the last flf
Icon minutes oC the session. Business wa ;
actlvo during the greater part of the' ' day.
The leading futures ranged as follows :
"
Articles. I Open. | HighT" ! Lovr. [ "Close.
WheatNo. 2
5cpt 52M '
Dee B6J4 .SM
May oojj 61'h S.W
Corn No. S ! . .
S2M B2T4 51
Oct C''M 51 !
Dee G0f ! 411
May. 52S5'J ( > B1MGJ
Cnt No.2. . .
i-'ept 20 20 2RV1 28'
Oct. . ' 211W JUH 2R * 285
May , a 31
fork per bbl
Jm : i : : os 13 C7M is es 13 SO
Lanl. ICO Ib-5
Oct. 8 tO S 80 s r o H 00
Jan 7 IW 7 03 7 72J- 7 75
Short lllbs
Oct 7 BG 7 S.1 7 27M 7 27) )
Jan. U U7 ( I 07 U 7.1 U 75
Cash quotatons were as follows :
FLOCK Venter patents , Z.wg2.80 : wlnte
strnlKhts , J130fllM ; sprlne strulghts. tiW32.X
bakers' , Jl.74ffl2.00.
AVIIKAT-No. S nrlnK. 51052f4c ; No. 3 sprint
nominal ; No. Z red , 51 ! { M5Uc.
COItN No , i. ElVlc ; No. 3 yellow.
OATS No. Z. 8V5e ; No. Z Willie ,
No. 3 white , : Vi31Uc.
UVH-No. 2. tic.
IIAIILKY No. t , f,353Hc ; No. 3 , 50aMc ; N <
I , CICMVic.
FLAX SHED No. 1 , $1.41.
TfilOTHY 3EiD Prime. J5.45.
I'llOVISIONB SIcss iwrk. per bbl. . J13.37
1J.GO. Ijard. per 100 Ibs. , tS.608.C5. abort rib :
sides , loose , $7.3007.10. Dry salted shoulder :
boxed , ! C.G2'/505.7i ; short clear Bides , boxed , 47,1
C8.00.
WHISKY Distillers' finished goods , per sai
J1.33.
The folio wine were tha receipts and shipment
today :
A nicies ! Receipts. Shipment
Flour , bbla. 21.OC
Wlie.it.bu. . . l.iu.nt
Corn.bii 21H.OC
O.-itn.liu 81,01
Ijo. ! bu O.OC
Parley , bu. . ip.oc
NEW YOHK OINKIIVL
Yesterday's ) Quotations on flour , Urulii an
I Provisions , Mctnln. ICto.
IC Ir NEW YORK , ' Spt. 22. FLOUn-Hecelpts , 11
C 700 bbl . ; exports , 20.SOO bbl 3. ; salea. 3.700 pUga
4
dull and more or less nominal ; city , $7 ! Patent
f 1.0004,15 ; city mill clears , (3.45 ; Minnesota pa
ents , J3.M33.W ; Minnesota , bakers , 42.3083. :
xvlnter patents , 1S53.10 ; eprlnp low grade
Jl.70fll.S5 ; sprint : extras , H.S082.S3. Southci
flour , dull ; skies , none. Itye flour , quiet ; supc
fine. J8.75O2.80 : fancy. J2.90S3.0B.
11Y13 Nominally steady ; car lots , C2Q ! > 3c ; bo
loads. C3c.
IIAIILKY Nominal : No. t Milwaukee , 0fi
13Ant.BY MALT Nominal ; western , 70S8io.
-\VI1BAT Receipts , 87,700 bu , ; exports , 8,0
bu. ; sales. 1,650,000 bu. futures. 40,000 bur spc
Spot market Weaker : No. 2 red. In store ni
elevator , 6 Hc ; anoat , Cjyo57c ; B7Hc f , o. 1
alloat ; No. 1 northern , ClVin delivered ; No.
hard , C35ic delivered , Option market open
steady and ruled firm on largo weekly expot
from both coasts and small offerings , Towa
noon the maiket suddenly went to pieces und
modrrate selling , loslnr He In a few mlnut
and closed at Ho net decline ; No. 2 red , MB
WU63Hc. closed at C3Hc : September , closed
G6Uc ; October , closed at Kc- November , cloi
at B79io ; December. & 8 4O59ic ! , closed at 6S3JC ,
COltN-HecelptB. 15,900 bu. ; exports. 20,5 * ) bi
iwili-i. 213.000 uu. futures and 3 .iKX ] bu. spot , Bi |
market weaker : No. Z. WtSMo In elevatt
W54 i o afloat ! yellow. J,[email protected] Options open
weaker , rallied with wheat , but subsequent
sold oft sharply under liquidation , closlne l !
Ho lower : May , MHBMHo. closed at K > Uo ; Be
trmb r , ESHtfWc. clo ed at W\5c \ : October ,
closed at Wo ; November , & 7&MVic. clou
al U ) < c ; Ilecembcr , KKOKHc , closed at
OATS Hecelpts , 15T > bu. ; exports , nor
sales. 0OUO bu. futures , 14,000 bu. spot , Kr
market very dull : Nu , t , 33o ; No. 3 , J2V4c ; No.
while , 3Co : No. 3 white , 35Uc ; on track . wh
western , ! 6ff40c ; on track , while state. 3CSI
Options generally weak all the mornlne a
closed Ho. net decline ; January , closed at 3tVi
May , &SO3SKC , closed ftt MVio ; Beptemb-
closed nt 3SKc ; October , S3UG'33 ' > ic , closed
SJVic ; November , closed at JIUo ; Decemb
closed at 35 0.
HAY Dull ; shipping ; J3.0033.M ; good Co Choi. .
HOPS Weak : state , commsn to choice ,
9c ; Pacific coast , WMc.
ItlDES Quiet ; wet. salted New Orleans ,
lected , 4S lo (5 Ibs. , 4HI5c : liuenoa Ayres , d
S ) to 21 Iba. , Ho ; Texas , dry , tl to 30 Ibn. ,
O
LEATIIEIl Steady ; hemlock sole. Duel
Avrea. light to heavy weights. UtflSr ,
WOOL Qul f domeitlo fleece , lH4c ; Dull
.
PHOVlSIONS-Bfef. dull ; family. lOOlte ; ei
mezit. So ; be f hams , lJ.wail.O ) ; city , ex
India mtca , KOI c. Cut meats , weak ; pick
bellies , 8V4 OHc ; plckleU shoulders , 7c ; rick
hams , lOHOHo. Lard , lower ; western ete
closed at f .15 ; city. 14C8He : fieptemlji-r clo :
at S9.20 nsktd ; January , } 8. 7H , nominal ;
nnrd , quiet : canttnent. t3.W ; South Amerl
110 ; compound , IS.75. I'ork. dull new m *
| l3.SOjn.W ; extra prim * . IU.OHtl3.EO ; fam !
I11SOO17.00 ; short cU-nr. IU.OaU.W. .
llUTTI3Il-6tron r : western dairy , llO17o ; we
ern creamery. KCUlic ; western factory , 12 !
15o ; Clglns , KVfCi state dairy. UttJ3ct lt
creamery , U ! tHc.
BSIi-Weak : state , large , J13 c : urn
Ko ; part iklnu , 4iT ViOj Cull skints , .
EGOS Firm ; sttta and Pennsylvania , II' '
13c ; IM hou . llViSievic ; western fresh , ll <
cmw * . { 10063.10 ; rtoolpls , lll pktt ,
uuilej cltued at I
In Wa , . Sai-jaJlned Nevr York ,
Jl.Ui I'hllulelphln. and tlalllraore , ti.10 ; Thllit-
drlphla , nml llaltlmore. InUMfc , ttM.
TALLO\V Htendv ; city - ( lil > er pkff. ) , IHo :
country ( r > kx * . free ) . Be. ArilO quality ,
HOSIN Steiuly ; strained , . tiTpmmon to good.
J1.ITHPI.S2.
TtMIPENTlNIV-Stpndi- SMrZSWo.
UICB FIrm ; domestic , WOtttc ; Japan , 4HO
MOLAS8KS Steady- ; New Orleans , open ket *
tie. K3 > 1 to Choice. ISffMc.'i .
PtO IKON Dull ) Scotch , i 19.50io.o ; Ameri
can. SIX. I ui
COTTON SEHD OIL FlrmV but quiets prlmo
rnrlp , 30y31c ; nominal ! ofti'ftrude. ' 2Stt ) Ci yel-
Isw butter grade * , 3SO ! choloe-veltow , 38'4c ; prime
yellow , S'vc ; yellow oft gcudta , 33Q33'ic ; prime
will I P. 39R40C. r .1
L13AD No bill * or Fn.tes.-i" ! '
COPPEU No market toilay. ,
OMAHA UKhKItAU JII VICUKTS.
Cnnillllon ot Trula and QnotitMittii on
SI n pi o uml I'll n cy rrnilucn.
Ocnerally spoaklnc , the market en country
l > ro < Iuca lias not shown much change during
the pnst week , values for the nioit part rc-
mnlnlni ; In about tha snina notch ns a week
ngo. llecelpts have nls. rcmnltu-il nlunt Iho
Knmo as for the- previous week , with the ex
ception of a alight Incrcnso In th < * cneo of poul
try. Tha fullowlnir will lu > w tin- arrivals of
thn leading lines of produce on thin market for
the vast six < lnys as comparpil with the welt
rnduii ; on the < latrs at liend of column , the
figures representing the cases of eggs , packages
of butter und coops of poultry :
Sept. ! 1. Sfpt 14. Sept. 7.
l-.KK , 1.113 1,112 ! > : -C
Mutter , 1.0S7 1.002 8S3
Poultry C17 613 62i )
Willo the receipts of eggs have not been ex
cessive during the past week , there has been
a tendency toward accumulation of stocks. Thla
la iluo npiHirenlly to the fact that the quality
of the eggs arriving has been Improved , nnd
that n larger prjpjrtlon tit the receipt * nro now
maiketnlila than wns the case n short time nso.
A few Ktotngu eggs nre nlso being put out. nnd
that cuts off the Bale for Just many fresli
arrivals. Upon the whole , the feeling nn the
market Is hardly as llrm as It wns a feu- clays
ago.
There has been n gooj ilc-mallil for choice table
butter nil the week , but the arrivals of sucl :
have been rather light , Inft'rlar grades hav <
not been In very active demand. The wcathei
U most lee -warm to cnoounige Ihe shipment o !
roll butter as yet. llutlcr .men nre nntlclpntliu
that the present high price of butter will stlmu
Into the * ae of Imtlrrinc , which will mluc <
the demand for Reniilno butter.
The game market lins not shown much nctlvllj
thus far this fall , the Jemand blns tight , con
Burners Ix-lng on the tojksut for somethlnt
cheaper than game.
The poultry market lias been fnlrly actlv <
( lining the pnst six days , though It weakened ofl
toward the close. Prices on poultry for som <
time have been quite satisfactory , though ther *
IKIVO tieen nccnMonat low tioints owing to th (
supply sometimes being In excess of the domiind
As the west Is a very hrnvy shipper of poultrj
to the easlmi markets the following In regurt
tn the future demands nf the market from I hi
New York llulletln will he of Interest : Thi
Hebrew holidays usually commence In September
and until they clocc about a month liter thi
live ] K > ultry market prcs > ntH much nrtlvtty , n1
verj' lorce quantities arecunnimptl during thli
porlatl. The holidays nre Inter thla ycnr thai
usual and twenty ilnys Inter than they wen
Inst your , the first holiday New Year's day-
tint occurring until Octol/er 1 , nnd the year o
6C5 > extpnds. acoonllng to Ihe Hebrew cnlcmlar
until September 18. The market Is Influence ,
almost entirely by the supply nnd Is natural ) ;
very sensitive during the holidays. Probably th
l t niarkft flays for slock Intended for Ih
New Year holidays will be from th 25th to th
27th. and the Kinds of poultry which will l > e m
wanted will be fowls , turkeys , clucks nnd geese
The next holiday will Iw the Day of Atonement
October 10 ; nil kinds of poilltry nro In demam
for this holiday , hut particularly nrasterx. whlcl
nre used In their religious ceremonies. Manilas' '
Octolwr 8 , will probably be the best trade cla :
In the wholeftile market , the day folloulni
the retailers will likely be busy at tliolr rclsl
stands. The Pcast of Tabernacles occuia next , o
October 13 und 1C. and the liest market day xvll
prolably l > e October 11. For this holiday th
IS expected to be- the bcsf"ilayH In the
market. This closes the" IiyH.lay senson for 189' '
the next holldara not ociflrrtllf ; unlH March II
1803. It being the Purlmi' , ; , ' demand thi-n I
for fowls nnd turkeys. The , , Tansover extend
from April 9 to April ' 13. nnd turkeys , fowl'
ducks ami geese ; ell best. The. next nnd la ;
holiday Is the Feast \\Vpkp.Miiy 20 und 30 , fc
which all varieties are wami-tt A peculiar fac
Is that while all holiday ? .incurring In IS'JI nr
twenty days later than Just-year , the holldiy
which occur In J8S3. besCnnlnu. xvlth 1'urlm. ar
twelve days earlier than l st.year. | Most of tii
poultry which nirlves In th1 - > market comes froi
Ohio , Imllnnn. MlchlgiiiillJnos ) ! and' the xvej
though rcme slock Is lecelved from nearby wesi
cm states nml the gauth , nml from neighhnrln
portions quite a llttlfr"&frl > e by express. A
thn new tariff lowers Ujc.dojvipn poultry , It l
expected that some fnnadlanjioultry will nrrlv <
Shippers Intending to , hli ) , 'youOlnfqr the hoi
. . . . . , , . . , " '
days should have lt in" itarket promptly'
time , aa live poultry' fluctuates Very hipMly. nn
n. day and even a. few hourajofjen causes a wlfl
difference In price. Tlte Taup [ > lv of poultc
through the west la large , nnd If stock Is m
fat and In condition to shlp.lt might bo well 1
carry It over until a later holiday. Quotation :
IIUTTER Packing stock. Ho ; fair to goo
country. [email protected] ; chcXcc to fancy , 18020o ; imtl
ered creamery. EG21c ; separator creamery , 22i
S3c.
S3c.EGGS
EGGS Per doi. . 13c.
LIVE POULTIlY-Old hens. 5c ; rooslers , 3 <
spring chickens , Itj7',4c ; ducks , MfTo ; spring tui
keys , SIWc ; hen turkeys , 707Wc ; gobblers , [email protected] &
3lil ireese , 4OSc.
OAMK Prnlrlo chickens , young , per doi. . 12. !
62.73 ; pratrlti chickens , old , iier iloz. . U ; urous- -
young , , per dox. , J2.GOii)2.7ri ) ; grouse , old , per doz
JJ ; blue wing toil , per doz. , $1.51 ; green win
teal , per doz. . $1.25 ; ducks , mixed , per doz. , I
canvosbacks , (3,6034.00 ; mallards , J .EIvTJ.OO.
VEAL Choice fnt nnd small venla are quote
nt 5Vic : large and coarse , 3tJ4c.
CIHJESK Wisconsin , full cream , new mnk
12Wc ; Nebrn-iVn nnd Iowa , full cream. H
Nebraska nnl Iowa , putt a'clma , 7Q3 < : Llmhurge
No. 1 , Ho : brick. No. 1 , 12o ; Swlfs , No. 1. 14S13
HAY Fair clemnrul. givid supply. Upland ha
} 9 : midland , 33. ! > ; lowland , ti ; rya straw , I
Color piakes the price on hay. Light hales se
the best. Only top grades Jirlng top prices.
PIGEONS Old birds , per doz. , SOc.
VEOETAHLnS.
POTATOES California. SOtSfoc ,
MELONS Good stfx : ! : , crated. IM.
CANTKLOUPES Home grown , ptr crnte. 11.1
OLD MEANS-Hand-picked , navy , I3.S3 : m
dlum , Jlioo ll ; common white beans , } ! . ? :
1.80.
1.80.ONIONS
ONIONS On orders , 75flS3o per bu.
CAriHAOE-On orders. 2c.
CBLEHY Ver doa. , Sc iOc *
SWEET POTATOES PeV Ib. . So. or J4.003I.
per bbl. ; Jersey , 15.50 per bbl.
FUUITS.
Tha fruit market has lx > en In a very pntlsfa
lory condition for the past. , week. Pjlces ha'
baen firm on most days nf the week under r
view and shippers have realized something f
the'r fruit ever and above the cost of packli
nnd shipping , which Is mora than could besn
earlierIn the Benson. The arrivals of Cnllfom
fruit have not been sn large ns wns the en
earlier , nn.l It would npp nr that the l > ! g rush
over for thla year. Iltutlett pears nre becnmli
very scarce , but the later varieties are arrlvli
In liberal quantities u > tnko their place , T
late peaches arc very fine nntl nre command ! !
good prices. Crapes , are abundant and the
arc a goo l many different varieties to bo foui
on the maikct from which selections can
made. Quotations :
APPLKS-Qooil stock , per bbl. , $2.Mfl2.75.
P-EACHHS-Callfornlii freestone , | 1,[email protected]
cllnga. Wcitll.W.
1'LUMS California. l.i.
PHUNES I1.K01.W ; French and Italian ,
01,15.
PR\nS-Hartlett , $2.25 ; n. Hardy and
Clalrgeau. 12.
Al'UICOTS-Callfornla. none.
CHEUIlIES-Callfornla , none.
OllAl'ES Concords. 10-lb. LaEketa. 23o ; rou
lots , 22ft2-c ( : California Tokay , jl.5091.65 ; mmci
I1.26B1.40 ; cornlshon. J1.W.
cnANItGUIllES Cape Cod , fancy , | 10 t
bW.j Cape Cod. choice , I9.CO ,
TROPICAL FHUITS.
ORANGES Mexican. 150. S , per box. $1.1
Meuinas , 123 , 240 , per box , KJ.OO o.(0.
I1ANANAS Choice stock , Jl.75iff2.2S per bum
LEMONS Fancy Ilo.ll , 13.50 ; fancy Messlt
13.50.
OUANHES None.
PINUAPPLKS None.
MISCELLANEOUS.
OYSTEHS Medium , pen'can , 12c ; horse aho
15c ; extra , standards. 18c ; extra selects , 2
company selects , c : New Tfork counts. SOc.
FIGS l--nncy. per ll . . 15c , t
HONEY-Callfornla. 13o : dark honey. lOOlJc
MAPLK BYHUP Gallon cns. per doi. , t\3-
NUTS Almonds. 15 l7c ; Kn ll : i walnuts , 1
I2c ; Illljerts. 120 ; llrnzll nvitsi'lOc.
CIDEU Pure Juice , per I.W. , < 8 ; half bbl. , * 3.
HIDES-No. l green hMcA , 3'ic : No. 2 gr
hides , 2Uc ; No. 1 green Valtrd Wiles. 4o : No.
green * \lted hldea. Jc ; No. 1 green wilted hid
K to 40 Ibs. . Ic ; No. Z gfecjwaaltnl hides. 23
40 Ibs ; . Sc : No. 1eal calf.1 * Jo IS Ibs. , 7c : I
2 veal calf , 9 to 15 Ibs. 6cVNp. 1 dry Hint hid
6 : No. 2- dry flint hides ? ' fftf No. 1 dry sail
hides , Bo : part cured hldcVfib per lu. less th
fully cured. ' . ' '
SHEEP PELTS-Qreen-f'sllViil. each.SSflC
green salted shearlings ( sl ) ct , woolc.l early skin
each. KXr20c : dry shearllng "tahort wooled ea
skins ) . No. 1 , each. SSJtlSc ; . 415 nt'-earllngs < ih
jrooled early skins ) . No tTjcach. Be ; dry fl
Kansas and Nebraska ImicSer wpol r lts , |
ID. , cclunl tv-deht , taSelijdry..Hint Kansas i
Nebraska munaln wool pelts , ppr Ib. , ncti
weight , 4S 14 i dry flint ifioloruda butcher W
pelts , per Ib , , actual weight. tSS'.ic : dry fl
Colorado murrain wool pelti , per Ib. , act :
weight. 408o ; ( have feet cut off. a * It la usel
to pay freight on them ) .
TALLOW Ann anEAsrj-r iinw. NO. i , 4 !
tullaur. No. J. if ; grease , white A. 4o : rrea
white II , tUtn grease , yelloir , Slid grease , da
! % c ; old butter. 24i2U ; Uetwax. prime , 1502
rough jellow.
London Stook Qqptatloni ,
LONDON , Sept. 2J.-t p. m , closlnr :
heir York Weekly Hunk Statement.
NEW YORK. Sept , tt-Tha weekly Unk * ti
ment shows the following change * ; Ileserve.
creaiw. 120.976 ; loans , Increase , 12,832.800 ; * pei
Increase , $374,100 ; legal tenders , decrease , I2J9 , !
deposits. Increase. (1,231700 : circulation , Increi
VKt.'UD. The banks now hold | 53W,725 In exc
of Ihe renulrement * of the 25 per cent rule.
I > Un of the Kujjur Truil ,
PHILADELPKIA. Sept. S.-U Is currei
r jK > rl vl that tha Sugar Irtut will shut Uo
mmt of Its rctlnerlen next wefk for nn Indeflnltn
lierlcxl In order la work t > rf the large Block < if
rcOnftl migar. Price * decllneil V4c ngnln todsy.
which mnkpn n decline for the r k of 'Jc , and
It la said tint the shutdown Is regarded as ncc-
csxary In order to reduce stock and keep up
rrlces. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
STOCKS AMU
DurltiR the llrlef Se ilon ot the Hoaril the
Market Mns Menilj ,
NBW TOUK , Sept. 22. During the two
hears ot business on the stock c.iclianga to
day the market wns dccldeilly strong In tone ,
and tlio almrca trailed In , wltli but few Im
portant changes , show an Improvement , rang
ing from Vs to 2 per cent. In the UU deal
ings speculation w.is most buoynnt nixl tlio
market wna nrm , with the prices nt or nctir
the highest point of the day. The volume
business waa rather light nnd was chiefly
In Chicago Gas. Sugar nml HpnilliiK. St.
Paul led In the transactions In the grangers ,
the buying In It being good , ami n steady
rise ot 1 per cent to G < ! was recorded. The
closing wns only & per cent below the high
est. In view ot the break yesterday In
Hock Island , there was much .Interest ovl-
tlonced ns to the course of the stock today ,
nnd pcrhnps seine surprise nt the early nd-
vance ot % per ct-nt. The bears , however ,
were not disposed to permit the rise to RO
unchallenged , and they made a drive on the
stock. In which the cntlro Improvement was
lost. The reaction , however , brought out
frrsh buying orders , under the Inllucnco ot
which a gam ot % per cent was made , the
last blng the best price of the day. IJur-
linglcn & Qiilncy appreciated steadily from
opening to close , much ot the buying being
for the western account , ant ! nn advance ct
% per cent was established. Northwestern ,
too , on small trading , showed In the Im
provement to the extent of * J per cent.
Sugar was not In active demand , but at the
same tlmo there was no anxiety to sell the
stock , asthe lUictuatlons were confined
within a limit of % per cent , and a net
decllna or % per cent was effected. In the
general list the more Important advances are ;
Lviid preferred , 1 ! per cent ; General KIcctrlo ,
1 per cent. The only stock which shows a
dtcllno of moro than a fraction is Colorado
Fuel ft Iron , which lost 2 per cent. The
brnd market was strong and fairly active ,
and prices generally moved upward , Seattle ,
Lnko ShorJ & Eastern firsts advancing 2 per
C"nt , Oregon Navigation fives , trust re
ceipts , 1 % per cent.
The Post gays : Much to the perplexity of
the small professional speculators , nobody
was disposed to sell securities today , and
the granger stocks , Including Hock Island ,
scored a sharp advance , ether stocks moving
up simultaneously. A good part of the de
cline , forced yesterday on the dividend , was
thus recovered. This prompt reaction was
rather an unusual showing of marked com
mon sense.
The following were the closing quotations
on the leading stocks of the New York ex
change today :
Total Rali-a of otorks todaywere49C5 ! slmivB ,
Includlns : Susrar , C.SM ( ; Hurlltifrtun. C.S-M ; Clil-
cast ) Gus , C.BW ; Distiller * . 2.IOJ ; Crnxial Kleo
tile. 2.000 ; Lou'svlllo & Nashville , Ji > : Heading
4,500 ; Hock Island. lO.GM ; St. Paul , I4.6JU.
ClORlnp quotations on bonds were as follows :
ICANSAS CITV , Sept. 22-ClParlngs. Sl.476.03
N W OIILKANS , Sept. 22. Clearings. H.074.2 ]
I'AniS , Sept. 22. Three per cent rente * . 103f 1
for the account.
MEMPHIS. Sept. 22. Clearings. S7T.7W. Nv
York exchange selling nt 11.50 premium.
CINCINNATI. S'Pt22. . Money , SCI per rcn
New Yurk exchange , 25c discount to par. Clti
Ings , Sl , I ! > . > .
SAN rnANCISCO. Sept. 22. PrnflK. flijli
IS We ; tclegrnphlc , 15c : ellvcr bars , UXtiUU
Mexican dollars. HG13150.
IIALTIMOntX Sept. 22. Clenrlngo , J2.H8.0- :
balances. $ : CS,003. Vlenrlngs for the tveclc , M'
081.553 ; balances , IU3VO.
UOSTON , Sept. 2J. Clearings , IH.127.D57 ; I > c
ances , Sl.JCO.COI. Clearings for the week , t' ' .
OM.03 ; Ualance i I9.103.9U.
NEW YOniC. Sept. 22. Clearings , S71.BU.K
balances. JI.010.CCC. ClearlngH for thi- week , I1
11B(30 ( ; balance * , t30.'J9J,06S.
LONDON. Sept. M.-Gold la quoted loilay
llucniia Ayres ut 117 ; Madrid , 1C ; Lisbon. :
St. Pelernbure , COi Atlitns , 77 ; JEomr , 1M.I
Vienna , 101.
NI3VV YonK , S pl. 22. Exporls for the We.-
Gold. J3.1M ; stlvrr. 67.l6t. Tlm Import" Wei
Gold. t : O.H8 ; tllvrr , J79.MO ; drjr roods , ir.ld/.U
gcntrul merchandise , | iU7,29i.
NEW YOHK. Sept. B. The lolnl clesrlnis
all tlio cleainK houia cltlm for Ih * l.'nllwl Hint
tat the week ending to lny were JVS7X)7S ( )
against IT72 , 19.1S1 last -week and $175,011,411 t
corrcfpondlng weak last year ,
LONDON. Hept . ' . Clo * * : liar elher , 7-l
pec * 01. Money , ti per cent. Tin- lute of UI
count In the open market for short bllU U
per cent nnd for three mnnthi' lilllH WfJ ! p.'r en
The amount > .f bullion wllhclmvrn fmm l
Dank of KngUnl an balnnca toilay "in fai.OOO ,
KT , 1.01'IB , Si-pt. 22 I'IrarlngN. US012J5-
week. . ' .77I , ! > : ' ) , s.imeweek Init year. U'.6l1.7i
last week , IU.7n.2iU. Ilalancfs , toUy. ttJi.l
this week , JJ.3UWJJ s > m week last year , IZ.tC
111 ; lut we tt7 Jl.W.all. Increase this yea
clearings for th * wrek J,5M,0 1. or II. * per cei
EicluniB on N w Vcrk , 24o dlsouilat bid. Mom
dull ut i&T tt-r e uU
OMAHA LIVE STOCK MARKETS
Week Olotcs with Only n Fair Supply of
Caltlo and Hogs on Ham1.
WESTERN GRASSERS ORING FOUR DOLLARS
Orecnn llnngrrii Top tlio Marhnt on that
flum Another llmicli llrlnt ; * 8I.OO
HOK Clonn Stonily nt the l > o-
ctluo of 1'rlilny ,
SATURDAY , Sept. 22.
The receipts today wcro 2,661 cattle , 3,249
hogs and 3C C sheep , as compared with
2,969 cattle , .1,111 hogs and 109 sheep yester
day , and 1,120 cattle , 4,850 hoga and 921 sheep
on Saturday of last week. There has been
a considerable gain In the receipts of cat'.lo
during the week , but a falling off In the
arrivals of hogs ,
CATTLK There were about 100 cars of
cattle hero today , which was n slight fulling
oft from yesterday. There were moro beef
steers here than yistcrday , but still not as
many as there ought to be , or enough lo
srpply the demand. Olio bunch of range
cattle brought $4.60 , the highest prlco paid
so far for rangers on this market , but they
wtra high-bred and fat. Some Nevada
range cattle went nt $1.00. The Eamo cattle
sold In KniiR.is City the other day at $3.ti5 ®
3.76. There were also some pretty fair
natives here. The market was strong nnd
tha demand good.
Cows were not In qulto so largo supply
as on most days of the past week , but there
was finite n sprinkling here. There was a
fair demand nnd the market was strong.
The fresh receipts of feeders were quite
liberal and there wcro plenty In the hands
of speculators. The market \\&t slow , as
usual on the last day of the week. Repre
sentative sales :
nnnssr.o TIEKK.
No Av. I r No. AV. I'r. No. Av. Fr.
2. . . . KS MOO 4. . . . 7SOJ3M 19. , . . 991 14 (10 (
S. . . . 960 3 Zi SI..1131 3 Si 21..1131 41)
1..1100 3 3J 7. . . . ! M 3 t < > 31..ISM 4 4J
2. . . .1215 3 33 2. . . . 52 : ) 400 8..1153 500
SlIiri'INO AND EX1-O11T.
20..1230 4 2S
COWS.
1. . . . 7RO 1 Oi ) 4. . . . SCO 183 15. . . . M9 2W
1. . . . 72 > > 10 * S. . . , 912 183 3. . . . WO 2 51
1. . . . f30 1 M -4. . . . 930 190 23..Sf.221
1. . . . 770 J GO 4. . . . JI37 1M S. , . . MM 233
7. . . . 800 1 B1 1..121I ) 190 4. . . . 903 2 Z }
1..1W70 1 M Z. . ; . SOI 190 31. . . . 307 2 21
3..i S3fi 1M 1..1340 200 1..1HSO 2 2" >
9. . . . 75 ? 100 2.IHO 200 1..101)0 ) B J !
B. . . . 812 ICO J..110) 200 C. . . . 81H 2 21
n. . . . OT ? i r.i 7. . . . sn : , 200 3. . . . SM 223
1. . . . 770 1 CS 5 , . . . 9M 210 1..1MO 224
1. . . . Kh ) 1 Co 1..102I ) 210 29. . . . 879 2 21
1. . . . 980 1 M 23 , . . . 507 210 C. . . , KM 223
4. . . . SS7 1C. , S , . . . SIM 210 2..1013 223
2. . . . KM 1 CT ' 11 , . , . HS7 210 2. . ; . 9IS 225
3. . . . 7S3 105 9. . . . 770 215 1. . . . > - ' ) 8 2 >
17. . . . 882 170 0 , . , . 911 ! 13 4..1003 223
1. . . . 710 170 3. . . . 870 215 1. . . . 970 223
SO. . . . f )3 ) 170 3 , . . . 9S3 213 9. . . . O.M 223
1. . . . KM 1 7r 13. . . . SC 213 1. , , . 870 2 35
19. . . . C34 173 1..1010 215 1..8V ) 21)
3. . . . SM 175 2. . . . PC ) 215 1..10W 24)
2. . . . S43 1 7f. 10 , . . . 78 215 2. . . . 7002 & )
1. . . . 841 173 5. . . . 1 215 r..102) 2 73
r. . . . . 9.14 183 1. . , . 990 213 2.lliV ) 273
1. . . . (33 1 S 8. . . . 720 SIS 2. . . . 930 JW
1..1030 1 85
85COWS
COWS AND HKIFEUS.
9. . . . 580 2 Co -
1. . . . 330 1 30 2. . . . 4G3 1 C5 1. . . . C23 2 00
1. . . . 3SO 1 30 L. . . 670 1 f > 2r . . . . HIS 2 10
3. . . . 4C < ) 1 35 1. . , . 070 I 70 1. . . . BfO 2 13
L. . . 320 140 2 , . , . GOO 173 X. . . . 110 32.1
3. . . . 26J 1 M H. . . . SSI 1 S3 9..B20 223
L. . . ro 150 3. . , . 7I 1 90 S. . . . KM 2 CO
i. . . . r.o . i to 9. . , . co i 90 G..10CJ 2 50
C. . . . 5W 1 CO
CAI.VKS. *
1. . . . 230 100 C. . . . SOI 223 2 , . , . 110 S 00
i , . , . a. iso i. , . . an 2 no 3. . . . 210 SBO
1. . . . 121) 300 ] . . . , 150 2'DO 1. . , . 110 S 00
2. . , . ST. 200 5. . . . 328 2 M ) 2. . , . 22.1 3 M
L. . . 120 225 4. . . . 220 3'00 l..t , IfO J SI
3. , , . KO 225 2. . . . 113 300 1. . . . 160 400
L. . . 31) 225 2. . . . 150 300 t.1J7 425
HULLS ,
1..1630 140 2..1310 1 SS 1..1Q90 200
1..IKX ) 1 40 l.lrO I S3 "I..12X0 2 01
1. . . . 0 160 2..1JS3 1 ! K ) l.,1100 200
2. . . . SKO. 1 70 1..1410 190 1..1570 220
1..1610 175 2..1280 200 1..1710 323
OXEN.
1..1G30 223
STOCKERS AND FEEDKIlS.
. .716 200 I. . . . KM 230 10 S37 2 f,0 ,
2. . . . ea 200 13. . . . CM 230 12. . . . 713 2 CS
1. . . . 4SO 200 12. , . . 7Z1 230 8. . . . SSJ 2 f.O
2..1000 200 7. . . . Sll 2 S.1 K. . . . S1J SG.1
.1. . . . 497 2 II ) _ 24. , . . Gtj 235 12. . . . 931 2 M
3. . . . SCO 210 . , . . 673 23313. . . . . S7I 2 C3
5. . . . 2G1 215 11. , . . 700 240 ] . . . . S)0 273
2. . . . 7fX 315 17. . . . Ml 240 S..11)33 ) 273
2. , . . S7S 22.- 3. . . . 453 2 4 ! . . . . 10.V5 S 73
4. . . . 312 22.1I. . . . , 735 2W > 1. , . . OM 2 SI
1. . . , iOO 221 10. . . . CG2 M 12. . . . Wl I SI
' . .740 2 S3 , ! ) . , . . 7ES 2 CO 4.,1053 300
WESTERN CATTLE.
No. AV. I > r. No. Av. Pr.
9 aim llg..1113 } 2 si 30 cows 9:11 : tl M
2\ steel * 1153 3 ! 3 27 Eteers 1150 350
'I steers 1213 3 CO
. . Hnll & Johnson.
1 cow 1KO ISO cows. fi30 210
J Mccru 1102 3 15 13 steers. 10IC 3 15
1 c-nlf . " 00 4 00
COLORADO.
3 hulls 1142 IOO 2 cows 931 200
3 sirs tig. , . . 973 3 23 79 feeders 339 2 01
7 feeders.H10 ! 2 SO 9J steers 1073 560
I bull.i 1170 150 44 cows 911 200
3 Bteers &W 2 K W cows 1030 2 DO
H steer ? 1073 3 M
MNEVADA.
NEVADA.
E. J. Jlell.
CS steers. 12M 400 70 steers 1197 400
12 hUvnt. 1151 S W 31 cmvs. 10S7 300
70Btoc-s | JIM 400
400WYOMING.
WYOMING.
Windsor , Kemp & Co ,
1 bull 1270 1 Ci 1'bull 12 * ) 1 3
1 caw 970 175 2 cows 750 175
7 cnws 851 220 K fecHlern , . , . 792 240
2stPer 1200 2SO G Moors..1203 300
Western Union Ilecf company.
C3 ttrsTejc.,1017 245
, D , J. Sheohnn.
1 cow 900 105 1 str tic 970 t 85
1 cow. sio 2 S3 10 sirs tig..ISM 2 50
1 steer. HCiT 3M 1-Btecr. I1H ) 325
William Hnrrls.
1 cows 870 SOJ 14 cows 833 2 3S
-Wilkinson. .
IS stm.i. . . . IMO 4 SO Icon- . , , 810 165
17 cows. S19-Z25 II steers 1K 315
HOGS There was a lair run ol hogs heifer
for Ihe last day of tlio woolc and they wei
all solil at a reasonably early hour. Tl
feellnu on llio market was considerably bs
ter , but tlio market could hardly bo quoli
much If any higher. Perhaps steady l
strong would beat express Ihe condition i
the market. The quality of the hogs wi
somowliat better than yesterday and tin
made the Bales look higher , so much so thi
some salesmen -were- calling the mark
higher. The buyoivj Kcnsrally were reporllr
their droves as costing about th(5 same i
yesterday , taking quality Into coiulderatlo
Representative- :
No. Av. Sh , Pr , No. Av. Sh. I'
17 , .15J SO } 4 2-1 C 251 . . .ISSJ
SI 157 10 450 M 221) 40 54(1 (
91 102 200 4 CO 79 20,1 1M 54 !
101 1S3 SOT 4 1)0 ) C.1 SH XO 5 4C
75 ISO BO E 00 CS 224 160 54"
7S 162 ICO 5ft ) - H 2J5 M S 4 !
. . . , . , , , M ) 5 00 73 222 12J 54'
C6 173 120 r.OO Cl 23 ! ) S > ) B 4 :
28 171 , . , 611) l 211 40 r. 4'
73 ICO 200 fill S3 223 3M 54'
21 S3S 240 515 k3 1S9 . . . S K
. . . . . . . . ' ) . . . 5 1.1 V ) 210 WO C O
72 ISS160 S 17',4 4) 276 160 B U
77 203 210 52' ' ) 43 230 MEM
73 174 10) 3) . ( I ) 713 4. ) cn
74 232 M ) 5 20 43 2 C 12J 5ft
f-2 1W 1C' ' ) 82' ' ) Cl V& SO EK
19 2.5 ! 40 ii 25 Kl 262 40 C S1
13 201 It R 2.- 14 2.H . . . 6 K
: c nn . . . B 23 ' , , 211 so G n
S2 197 120 823 S 256 , . , B C' '
; , C 191 1M 820 60 20J . . . GO
77 IM 120 & 3i ) S3 233 . . . 5Ci
47 219 4' ) 535 Cl 238 44 C O
3..2' 120 135 64 v.2M . . . 5C
PIOS AND IlOl'OII.
3.- 33 . . . SIS 20 S3 . . . 4 *
1 150 . . . S 25 4' ) 91 . . . 41
2 170 . . . 325 S3 , ,77 SO 44
M K . . . tM 111 93 1W 44
C3 41 . . . 37 : IV 92 . . . 4.1
II 10- . . . . 3 f5 f > 3 136 15) 4. .
4 10) . . . K MS lit 211 4 C
BHRHP The receipt * of nheep were lar |
but there was no quotable cncnno In tlio nu
l < pt. Kalr to choice natives are quotable
from $2.25 to $3 ; fair to Rood n-eaterni , fn
$2 to f2.80 ; common and ttnck sheep , fn
$1.75 to $2.25 ; Rood lo cholca 40 to 100-
lamb ? , from | 2.50 to $ < . Ilepretentatlvo sail
N . Av , Pr
93 native BWM 81 12 2
Ut. IrfiulD l.lvn Slock Jlnrknt.
ST. I/5UI8 , Bept , H.-CATTLl'-ItMelpts.
head : fliliniifnln. 1.7OT hrnd ) niailut nominal I
cniiflo nf Uck uf aup | > U ? > * ,
HOGS llPMlpts , l,3i hend ; shipment * . 2.
head : market iliill ) Rood llRht , JJ.7li(5. ( ) ; mix
loin. i3.COi i,73.
SHMIil' llcoelrtii. 400 lieud ; uhlpmenU.
hi-uili market nomlniil , Ilivre being practlcn
| no sheep on sale.
Knuiitt Ctiy 1.1n , 11 > ok llurlirl.
KANSAS CITY , Kept. i2.-cATTi.i o < ! ii
2,300 lieud ; Ehlpmcnla , l.iiM head , Market , b
graJes Klendy In llrm ; ollicru Mniilv ; Tr :
sletrsi H-iii/S.Ui nullVB cows , 'll.OOIfJ.U9j [ 0
. , S. OJ.7S ; bulls nna mls d.
tl.i59f2.75.
. fl-necelpI * . 4.100 headi .hlpmtnl * . 1,100
head. Mnrkel opened utenrtr , clotetl weak mid
hulk Ot Kile f5,3 ff6.fi ; liMVln , $3.4Sa
* 2iW"ri1' ' ' WJMl.St ) ; nilnil , IS.W05.W ; light ,
H.FOWlSi ) : Yorkrm. ISSSJJX.ti.
BlJKKlltecelt.t , 3.00) hcndi ihlpmcntg , J,60
head ,
1,1 vi : STOUIC ,
r the Wcrli * lifTrrliiKit ) lie-tlilril AVer *
Tiiktn hjr Slilppor * .
CHICAQO , Sept. J. Today's cattle receipts
were Mtlmnted nt 1,500 honJ , maklus 01.R1 for
the wr k , ngnlmt 91,171 last week nnd M.47I
n year ago. Of tha week' * offerings , not far
from one > thlM were taken by uhlpper * . In
thnt wny tlm market was not dlfferrnt from
other Hnturvlftj-a. There wan a Unlit utipply ,
llKht demand nn < l n straily mngc of valuc .
Them were liuyent nl from J1.2J ti JH.50 for
imtlvpi , from tl.DO to 11.83 for wraterni nn < l
from H.Si ) to > X2a for Texns cnttl * . N t weck'l
receipts nro expectnl to elmw nn Increase on
thin wcck'ii tolnl. but the mnrkrt xvlll glnnd
mnili-rnle Incrcd'o without weakening.
Hecelpts of hoffn were estlnmted nt 9.000 head.
mnkln/r 97.4Ti ) head for the week , or nl-out 13.000
hwxd less limn tor Inst wwk nnd nlnmt 10 OM
head lena limn for the correjivondlnR week lnnt
year. Tlie Bltiiutlott wna not n whll letm d < i > -
tnntrful to neller * than on llio precedlnR hull
dozen < lnyB. Klili > t > t > m 11.1 well nfl tlm lopnl i ck-
ere ttero benrlih , and while there vet.a re y
early miles of choice IIOKS nt iilmut. yenterdny'ii
closing- price the Rfneral market wn lOc lower
nnd llfelrl. * . A frt d mhny IIORH went ti pucker *
at from 35.13 to IS.3S , nnd some nt lower llRiireM
durliiR tlio week. Next week la likely to nee a
reaction ,
Knlrs of sheep were nt fully na KOO ! prlceti
xvere juild yontoidny. nni\ \ them wna n.lw > conlln-
unl nrnihiR In Inm'm. ' The rnncof ( Kiutntlnns
for tln > former wns from II to I3.W. nntl lamia
were salnlilo nt from J3 to JI.JO. lUT-'Iptn wera
nlwdt 6,000 ln-ail , nnd for the week GO.OM hend.
or 9.000 lioul less than for ln t week nnd 8.0JO
hend less than n yi-nr nito.
Jlecelpls Cuttle , 1.5'V ' ) head ; cnlven , 200 hend :
hturs , 9,0 * ) hend , sheep. 5,0'JO hend.
The llvcnlnit Journal reports !
1IOOS llecelit | , 9.C-00 head ; nlllclnl vcstcnlay.
16,013 hend ; plilpnipnts. 7.94J hend : left over ,
about 8,000 head ; niiallty not quite BO KWX ! i
Tor tlio Inst two or three days ; market uulcl ;
prices weak nnd nUnil 10 < ; lower.
C'ATTMUecfliils , l.WO hend ; market dull :
prices unctmliKOd.
MIHIHr Kocelpts. E.mX ) head ! mnrkct quiet ,
wltli no change.
liT < > lnv | mill l > lpn lti ( > : i of Morlt.
Olllclnl receipts and disposition of stock HI
Rhown by the Imikii of tie : I'nlon Stock Vnrdi
ramimny for the twenty-four limits cliilliic M
S o'clock p. m. , Reptembvr 22. 1S9I :
IIKCKIITS.
. .
Cattle . , . . . . . . 0.1 Z.t91
llosa . 43 3,111
Sheep : . , . 18 3,528
DISPOSITION.
'
The O. II. Hammond compiiny 401 MS
Swift und Company ' . .17 SOI 9 ]
The Cud.ihy Packing company 7SI 1.0S3
J , Ixiliman 92 . . .
L. Jlwker 74 . . .
Tmuortnnn S32 , . .
a. H. H. from 1C. C 1CB
fudiihy , 73 , , ,
A. Hnns. , C.1 . , ,
H. Ileckcr & De-Ron S < ! . . .
riKlnhy llrni 201
Kliliipera nnd feeders 4-1 2W
Left over 300
Tot.ll 2.022 3,533
i tork In .
Reeonl of receipts nt the tour principal msrkcli
for Saturday , September 22 , 1RM !
Ctattle. Ilppo. Sheep.
ftiuth Omaha 2,59 ] 3,3(8 ( 3.R6
Chlcaso Ir,0) 9OH 5.0'
Kana.18 . Oily. . . . ' . 2,303 4,200 2.rxy >
St. Ixiuls 404 1:00 iM
Total 0,793 17.818 10.0:6
Cuff IMMnrltit. .
NKW YOnK. Sept. :2.-CO'l'B'i-Oiit'oiw |
opened harejy steady , 10ifJ13 pnlntu tl cl'ne , rul"d
feeble under local prc * ure , closed steady nt 1111-
chiuiied to 11 | K > lnlR net decline ! calea. 11.101
IHIRS , Including : September. jn.7.11fl3.M : Octn-
l er. S13.irilX2 > ; November , Il2.f > 0 : leceinNr ,
S12.2liffl2.23 : Janutuv I12.05ttl2.10 ; Mn-vh. $1273
O12.SO. Kpnt o ffoo. lllo. nulcl ! Nn , 7. 15c : in Id ,
quletj Cordova , I1S.50B19.00 ; rnle < , none. .Snnlo ,
weak : RTHid nverntro Snntns , ttl. i ) ; receipts. 27 ,
COO IKIITS : rtoek. 277.000 IORS. Wnrohnusa < Hlv-
eries from Netv York yeslerday. 5,9.11 hn : r :
Now York Ftork tr lav. 131,913 hum : ( Tilled
Slatcn stcl < , 172.087 hacs ; nnmt for the Unltpil
Slnliii. 221OM Imss ; total visible for the I'nltrd
Salf3. ( 333.0S3 b.iKS , nK.ilnst 25S.01C bncs lust
ypir.
ypir.HASIHUno , Sent. 21 Steady ; prices UOU P'ff
hiwer ; sales W.OOl ba.cn.
HAVU13. Sept. 22. Opened Imrely stendv , un-
chmied to tj pfu lower nt noon ; cloi-el hiirfly
Rtencly ; net decline of UfiH pf ( ? . : tnlnl flnlcs ,
.18.000 bacs.
IHO 1 > R JANniKO , , Font. 22--Qulet ; No. T ,
lllo , JU.R3 : exclmnire , 12t4 < 1 : rceelnts , 1.WV ) lint-s ;
elonred for the United Stntei , nnne : cleared for
Kurrpe , 1,000 bass ; stock. 211MO bis .
New York Dry ( inmls JInrkot.
NT.W YOUK , flept. 22. Kxeept In the nhipp'n
( Icpiiltmont , It was the innst Millet SMmdiy iti
some time. ' The order dcmaml nnd prsi nnl
spl"rtloii were on n minor penlii nnd were In
re. | > onao to ursent rcqulremonts. C'lolhinc wanl-
ens of the low cost variety nre well sold nnd
for clc UlnR tlie"e wns a steady demand , Print
ing elntlilni H , iinlet hut firm nt 2 15-lCa for C4
raimrcs. At Vnll Illver the Fiiles for the wepV
wera 32iW ) | > 'epes. nnd nt Provide ne M.Wfl
nVceB. Production. HOTivy ) pieces nt both nmr-
kcU. , * 3int slock. 242.000 plcct-s.
OrcRon Kidney Tea curca backache : Trial
ize , 25 cents. All druggists.
Indium mill ( iittlcnion utYiir. .
WICHITA. Sept. 22. A special to the
Eagle from Woodward , OM. , Bays tliat the
cattlemen and Cheyenne Indians- near there
nroat war. Tha ssttler * In the vicinity are
moving their effects Into town and th ? citi
zens are moving. Thursdny tha Indiana
drove nlT several head o [ cut tic belonging to
Ira Eddleman. They wcro Intercsptcd by
cowboys this morning. The Indiana op-nod
lire , at the snnio tlmo retreating. One In
dian and ona cowboy were Wiled before the
Indians escaped. The poopla have sent for
rcllsf to Fort Supply , sixteen miles ntvay.
The p.eopl are panlcbtrlcUen. nnd their
terror Is augmontcil by the fact that Fort
Supply Is soon to bo Abolished ,
Says M. JV. Selby , Munclf , III. : "Last
summer a coal miner came to my drug store
one night , halt dead with cramps. Thtro
\vu no doctor to bo had. lie asked me II
I had anything that would help him. I
opened a Irottlu of Chamberlain's ColicChoi , -
era and Diarrhoea Remedy and gave him &
large dose , In twenty minutes his pain waa
all gone. This man had been subject to
cramps , but has not been troubled since. "
Every family should keep this remedy at
hand for use In such cases. It can always be
depended upon. Kor sale by druggists.
fiirllrtnil for I.lbolhic I'owdnrly.
SCUANTON , Pa. , Sept. 22 , The grand
jury has returned an Indictment against 1\
U. Martin , member of the general executive
committee of the Knights of Labor , for
libeling T. V. Powdcrly , ex-grand ; Tnastcr
workman , of that order. Mr. Martin , In an
Interview , said that 'Mr. Powdcrlywas dUr
charged from the order for Insubordination
In not giving up the property of the order In
his possession. The property referred to
was the secret work glvon Mr. Powdcrly by
Uriah Stevens , the founder ot the order , to
be given by him to no one. Ho claimed thla
was personal property ,
TIIK KKALTY MAUKKT.
STHUMENTS placed on record September
22 , 1891 :
WAItrtANTY DIvHDH.
J H Hulx nnit wlfu 1 } M L Hns- . lota S
and C. black 0V , Knutli Omahn | t.M
Arthur l-n t tn J W Nuzum. lot to , blnck
U. In HulKllv ot black 30 , Albright's
Cliolre . , . , 921
J H Llvlnsrton to ( I W Ames , lot 9 ,
Mock 5. Amci' Plnce , . , . . . . J0
Ityron Heed ciuniiany tn J A Anderson , Vi
lit 6 , block 10 , Heed's lit ndd ] , w
Arthur Kant to M W I ) Kchroeder , oVi lot
J , block 1 , Matthew's nubdly fccj
DRUDS ,
Ppi'cliil mauler to Clifford Lee , lot 8 ,
block 92 , Omaha ( .004
Bums to Hyrafii" ) University , lot II , block
1M ! , Dinulca Place 4C1
Total amount of transfers. , . , . .J I8ul
OUR WEEKLY MARK1T LETTER.
IH nn liirnluubto aid to Im'oHtors. Slucu J.vuriry
IhtHO i > or.cc-nt. o ( our proillctloiM hnvobojii ful-
tilled.
tilled.MAILSD FREE UPON ( IGOUa T ,
Our Co-operatlvo Stock Combination * are. pror-
Inn hlehly prortt.ihlo , rvul urj vMtuiblo to lliM < >
not In ( i poulllonof niniclnl R unnlnoHn of foliuw-
Hit-Uioniarkot. fllnoii Jiinmry 1st. 1HU ! , inuw par
cent. HUH iwon dlvlilu I union * Biib crlt > Jr-t , ll.i.if
phlotA Iron upon ix-aucat.
FISHtR CO. . Stock Qrokors ,
IHuinl iiO llrotdHiiy , Natr York City.
WM. LOUDON ,
Gommissioii Merchant
Grain and Provisions.
J'rlvato wire * to Clilcago and KaW York.
All business order * placed on Clilcuui
UoarU of Trade.
CorresponJtnce solicited.
Office , room 4 , K w York Uftt Dulldliuc

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