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COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL
"Wheat is Weak on Small Business and
Declines Over a Oonti
BULLS UHCOAD A HALF MILLION BUSHELS
Corn Hum llotvn on Heavy Ite-
I ! < - | | | mill Visible Inrrrnxr Oiili
li m cr I'm * lnliiiiN ( iiiln Con-
Milci-nbly on Coverlmv. |
rmr'Afin. Oct. IS. Wheat today closed
nt a IViilVio ilcrllnc. It wan a very nnr-
row nut-Vet nnd the wonkneM was not so
tnin-li line io any new features of the gen
eral situation ns lo the smollness of trade
and the M > : iltiR l > y the Imll e'iuo | | of nbout
W > .OW bii. of Inns wheat. Corn was very
vvcnk on llio heavy recolols nnd visible
Incrcaite , nnd declined % flp. Oats declined
Ho. Provisions , on the contrary , were
Strom ; on need short covcrltiB nnd closed
IV-Mae blither.
WhiMt was rather weak at the opening.
December stnrted at D3fl92y o a * compared
with Saturday's closlnR price of P2'ic. '
Offcrlil/i | were not heavy , lull then' was an
even smaller demand , the result belnR a
low decline lo Ol iflSlTie. Liverpool wheat
market responded Ind.fferently to S.itur-
lay'H advance here , quotation' ut tre openIng -
Ing HliuwltiR the mode-st tf.iln of lid pel-
cental. That had a tendency to make the
local bulls cautious lit the opening here
nnd to correspondingly encourage the bears.
Other bearish features were the generous
rains In the west and northwest and the
consequent Improvement In winter wheat
proxpuclH , liberal northwest receipts and
the heavy world's shipments for the week
! ) , GOOl4iQ liu. Minneapolis and Duluth re
ceived 1 , < 9I cars , against 1,470 ca s last week ,
and 1 GI2 on the corresponding day n. ye-ir
ago. After the dccllno to Ulifj317 ! ) < ic tin-
market lar.lly swung iiround In the opposite
direction , and up to the time of the receipt
of the closing LlverK | > ol cables ruled fairly
steady nt around M fi'JS c. T-ne ChliMKi
receipts were 1SI i-ara , against ' . ' 10 expected ,
nnd the amount Inspected Ouu of store wat >
133,000 bu. The quantity on ocean passage
Increased only 4uuK,0 ( bu. , notwItliKtandlm ;
the heavy shipments for the week. Itusslu's
contribution to the latter total was .1,21duno
bu. , compared with 2,70IW bu. the previous
week. India sent 4SliiH ) bu. 1'arls wan un
changed at the opening for wheat , and 40
centime : * higher for nearby dollverins ef
Hour. The Increase In the visible was only
I.IIM.OOO bu. , compared with 2.17I. ( * ) bu. In
crease the year before. The pre'unt total
Is ! > 3.KX ! > , OUO hu. , against r,7.1S"JOOi , } bu. n year
ago. The KiiKllxh visible decreased SMui >
bit. The Atlantic port clearances for tin-
day were llbi nil , umounUiiR to the equiva
lent ot fi.lOT.UK ) bu. The continental markets
cloned linn , Antwerp showing 12'i ' centimes'
rise -UK , ! Paris 10 centimes. Liverpool else I
iinchium-d to y.d lower than Saturday.
The mark > > t had hcijun to decline about the
time this came In , and the h s of the
early advance ut the foreign markets ac-
centiiiiti-d the weakness. Selling of lonp
wheat , generally credited to the old bull
cliqiii , bi'i-nuiL' ( | ulte n feature near the
close ami had the result of pounding Pe-
cemlier down to Ulc. The close was ut
tlliiiUl'lic.
( ' . irn was rather spasmodic , ruling dul'
find Inactive nt different periods , but with
the exception of u brief Interval shortly af
ter tin- opening was weak all day. The
opening was weak on the heavy receipts
l.IIS'J cars. The market rallied a llttlo with
wheat , but when the demand from shorts
cc.iscd , which was the only support of con
sequence It received , iprlces sank rapidly.
Mb Inivy visible Increase , : .7MlO bu. , was
u decided' factor ; charters were for ( XKi.OiH )
bu. December ranged from 2fiV'i2fi- to
ir.V ; closing % fiic lower ut 2iiiiM'ic. ( (
There m.is u fairly active session In oats.
with a do.Miwurd tendency to prices. The
Visible supply Increased 1,4W.OOJ ! bu. This
and sympathy with corn wer-1 the inlluencea
In the decline. Klevtttor people sold consid
erable May. Itecelpts were 4S7 cars. De
cember ranged from ! Sc to 18Ji IS'.fcc ' and
tlo- < ' -l ( V lower at IS'/fcc.
Quite u good business was done In pro
visions. Large hog receipts and u decline at
the yards caused a small oienlnit decline ,
ant the 111,11 ket rallied sharply. The -Cud-
ahys covered on u large scale and there was
also some Inllnentlal commission house buyIng -
Ing , MiiKcttlng u renewal of outside Interest
est- Offerings were light. At the COF ! < > De
cember pork was IS&rdlic higher at J7.S75I
7N ! > , December lurd luc higher at Jl.37'4 and
December ribs T'/fcifMOe higher at $ l.r > 7 / , ( | . < M.
Estimated receipts Tuesday : Wheat , 240
c.irs ; corn , MX ) cars ; oats , ISO cars ; hogs ,
2COO ! head.
Leading futures ranged as follows :
Oivju. I Illth. I I Closo. I Sntdy.
01
' .I'-'HW'J 111 or-M
HSH aH
2UU
JDK
18 18
1HH " 184
swaw -
7 ! ! . ' 7 1)5 ) 7 no 7 70
8 1)7' ) ' . S H7H 8 117 ! un 8 72H
i an I 10 4 2.1 i : t7V 4 27h
t -ID 4 33 I -ill 4 3'J ) . 4 4JM
4 70 4 r.7 . 4 70 4 (12H (
t AH 4 iiO 4 Til ) 4 SO
i n.- 4 ! l7 ! 4 55 1 ( if 4 67H
No.
C'asli iii | tntlons were ns follows :
V'l/iru ( Julit ; winter htralK.its. ll.50W4.70 ;
rprliiK imtuitH. tl.90ii5.lO ; linkers. JJ.SOrifl.oo.
WHEAT NIL 2 KiuInK , SlfiMiNo. ) ; . 3 Eiirlnff ,
79f(87r ( , Nn. 2 led. 9l ? 9te.
I'OltN Nu. 2 SI iil24Tic.
OATH -Nil. 2. IS'ii' . I. o. I ) . ; No. 2 white , 22f
ISc ; Nn. 3 w.ilte. 2il > KfJc.
HYK--NO. 2 , 4.vc.
HAUIiV N" . 2 , nominal ; No. 3 , 2..ff3.c. .
J-'LAXSKKD No. 1 , JI.OKfl.03.
TIMOTHY HEED-rrline , l..73.
1-UOVIKIONH Mi-m | i rk. per bid. . J7.83ir7.V ! ) .
Ijird. per 100 His. , Jl.33ff4.37'.4. f'hort rllm Bides
( liioxi-i. il."iOSil.so. Hi ) salteil hhuul > ler. < iboxedi.
JI.7.r > 'nTi ( HJ. Klioit cleur tides ( buxed ) , JI.S7'iiJ
fi.OD. ' '
WHISKY Distillers' llnlthcil Koods , per K3l. ,
41 22.
- - -Cut lout , ri-9'i ' : grinulated , 15.31.
On the 1'ioluee excli.uiKe today the butler nuir-
liet WIIB steady ; ci en merles , IfiKJie ; dairies , 12ff
190. Cheefi' . Heady lit 8WS'.t-e. EBBH. Heady ;
fresh , 14it < - . Live poultry , easy ; turkejs. 9iIOc | ;
clilckuiiH , O.ic i piliiB8 , 7o ; ducks , 7Vi So.
NUW vouii ! H.M-u.\T. JIAUKKT.
iH of the Diiy ( ill ( leiiernl
i * imiimil 1 1 II-N.
- . . ' 32.121
NEW YO1IIC , Di-t. IS.-KLOI'lt-Recelpts ,
bills , ; exports , 223,431 bbls. ; mirliit weaker
In tone , but tut iiuotalily lower ; Min
nesota pitti-nts , > i.004i3.(0 ( ; Minnesota bakers ,
J3.40f4.5 | , winter puteuts , JS. ( 85.25 ; nlnlor
Htr.ilKhts , J4.COJf4.70 ; winter extras. J3.2'lf/3.B3.
llyo Hour , dull ; fiiiu-y , $ J.OOJ(350. ( lluclcwheut
Hour , i-iist. 1 Wlil.iw.
lll'CK WHEAT Dull ; 401lle.
CDllNMEAL Wi'iiK : ) ellow weftern , 51e.
HYE yulet ; No. 2 western. 4SUc.
HAHLl'-V Dull : fi-edhiK. 2Si.c.
HAIII.EY MAUT Nominal ; western , MiiMc.
\ M1EATIteeelplB. . 34J bu. ; exports. 101,16 ? bn.
Spot. w > iik ; No. 2 red. > iOptions opened
enpy and nd.l off all duj' In eonftiiiienee or un-
catlKfiivlory eiibles , local liquidation , fon-lKii
olferlniis. liberal uprlim wheat reeelpu nd lin-
proved crop new . closlnit iWlo net lower ; Muy ,
lillbOil't.v. cl ( cil ut 91u ; Divcmber , UJITtt)4' | ) ,
cloned nt iti'ic
CO UN Itirvlpts , 1G4.C25 bu. ; exports , " .SJ'i ' bu.
Spot , weiiU. Nn. 2.31lkc. . Optluns opened barely
steady and declined under reeelpts , easier
cable * , liquidation and the break IIItheat ;
cUmed i.il Ui -l lower ; May , 3H.fi33iic. ( closeil
nt 3IUe , Ii finlKT. SlM te , clixed at 3 1 Vic.
OATK llefelpta , 375. iO bu. ; ptpiirts , 1SH.MG bu.
ripot , weak. No. 2. - .U22c. OitlonB | .lull nml
weak with corn ; elating lye net lower ; October
closed nt JJV' . Dei-ember rlntvil at mjc.
HAY la ! y. ililpplnB , II ( XHll 5) ; geed lo cho'.os
J5.W1f7 CO.
HOI'S Quiet 1W3 crop. 4tiCt- ; 1W crop , { f9o ;
1S97 crup. llfJlCc1'iirltU - ciui-t. crup , 4flCc ;
U' ! clop , 6iiic. : 1 97 crop ,
IIIDEh i'uii'i , ili,1\t ton , Tenas dry ,
12SI1SS' . Cj'hf.nn'a. liirm- .
LEATHEIttjulel ; hemlock bole , lluenoi
Ayn' . liplu i he.ivyciKhix , ncld ,
S'MlltF '
111 TTI-lt llrri'lpu. 5.217 pkK . ; ipilet western
ciemnTS llii c : Klglnn ! < : faeloiy. Mi 18.- .
IMIEESE lteceliit , , MC pkirs. ; quiet ; Innje.
white. Vt . > mll. white , 9'ii/Ul e ; lalKe. colcrt-d.
< io. rinull. col > red , Vii'Jlie ; part ( Kln , ! > HG7c ;
full > klm > , 3' ( K.
KrtC.S Itei-tlptii. f.076 pkRii. ; quiet ; slate nml
I'ennnjIviuiUi. 1C(1Viistrrii. ( ; . liiflUc.
I'HDVISH'.VS ' Itvvf , steady ; family , JI.OOS10 : 10 ;
rvtru miss 7 V'dS.i. ) bref IMIIK , fli.otltX.VI :
packed. J8.WK9W cm ment , dull ; rlcklcl
be llCi'iMi" . plikled luu der * . iMfo : pickled
hums > " - \ > - L'i'ii. ' steady wetiurn k > tivim ,
] I,7 > < | 4.75 ( MiU-r , (1. 70 , nom'.niil ; rillntd. steady.
IVrk. ttisily. oM iue a. JS.WB'J.W ; ' new mem ,
J9.o > v9i.i. I-.TI clear , llo.WHlia.iW ; family. Jll.U )
i'i tnj. Tall > w dull ; city. 3 UJV , : country.
S'te
S'teOII > > I'firoU'um , weak ; rvllned New York ,
J540 , IMillT'eli'hl i and Ililltmare , J3.35 ; 1'hlllilel.
} ' 0 I' > 'udrl.ilila uiul llaltlmoie. Jj.33 ;
I'hllailelp'-lu aiul lUlllmore In bvilk ,
12 ! 4 , 1'i'Ui < > l\uula cruJf , no market ,
nominally ut tic. lta tu , attuJy ; ktrulocJ.
commnn to uoorl , tl 4CSH IV Turptnttn * . c :
l > H9 > lc. ColtnnnKMl. mmlrrfttely active and
Meidler on th Improvement In lufil pnxJnctK ,
prime cmde , 20fo'4o ; butter ell , Z7H1T2 < Ci prime
numrner white , 25t ! I7c , prime winter yellow.
HIC'K Stendy , domc tlc , fulr to e tr , 4 4ft
OUc. Jnpun , 4HfrSi < iC.
MOLASSES Htcdily ; New Orlf n , open kettle.
Kami to choice , IlfTltr.
METALS On 'chnnec , pic Iron , wnrrnntsi
cln rd tniiy at IC.75 hid to J .S ) unit til , Luke
copiK-r , ilnlt nt S1I.OO Mil ; J1I K nrked. Tin.
quli-t nt J1.VSOH1S.W. Spelter , qultt at Jl 15 I.M.
I /nail , weak at W.9V94.00 ; fmelter , 1.75.
tl.MAHA
Cniulltlnn of Trade nml
n .Slniilp u nil Knne > - Prnclticc.
KnGS-Oo.M sleek weak at 12ljc.
HUTTEU-Commnn to fair. 810e ; choice tn
fnncy , 14t17c | ; separator creamery , C2c ; pathcred
creamery , tOc.
VnAlr-Cholce fit. 50 to KO Ibs. . quoted at Se ;
larce and coame , 4Sc.
LIVE I'OULTltY-Hcns. Cos cocks. 5iff4c ;
cprlnc chickens , per Ik , C'4e ; ducks , OC'c ; tur
keys , Mite.
PlfJEONS Ll\e. "V ; ilend plsconi not wanted.
IIAT-Upland. JS : x ) ; midland , JS.CO : lowland ,
JI.50 , rye ctraw. Jl ; color makes the price on
nay ; llxlit bales cll the best , tnly top gradei
trim ? top pnecs.
llIlOOMroilN-Eittremely slow > ntca new crop ,
delivered on track In country ; choice green self.
working- carpet pi > r lb. , 2lHc ; choice green ,
runnlnt ; to hurl. Slrt'So ' ; common , IMc.
s-l'er i
HEANS-Hand.plcked navy , p r hu. . 11.40.
SWEET I-OTATOES-Per lilil. . J2.SJ.
CAHIIAaE-Home crown. 1C.
I'OTATOES Home srown , 40ijo5c ; western
stock , C0i/70o.
FRUITS.
Qt'INfES-Cnllfornla. per IHDX. JI.2 : .
AI'l'LUS Per bbl. , fall Mock , J2.23g2.DO ; winter
slock. J2SOfi3.0' ) .
OIIAI'KS-Tnllfornln. J1.13W1.2 : .
COI/JIIATJO I'l.'ACHES-ljirKe , McOM-Mi me
dium. MflSOe.
CALI1--OHNIA AND COI.OIIADO I'EAHS-Oood
ttnck , J2.00W2.25.
NEW.YOHK nitAPES-IVr D-lb. basket , H',4
Hh'.c.
I'Lf.MS-Maho and OreRon , Jl.OO.
rUANIIUnniKS Cane foil , per bbl. , J3.00ff5.50 ;
Wlnconaln , boxen , Jl.001Jl.lo.
TIlOl'ICAL FUUIT3.
LEMONS-Mcsslnan , JI.23 4.M ; choice Call-
fornlii , JI.OO.
ItANANAS Cliolce , larRe stock , per buncti ,
J2.i 5j2.S3 ; inedlum-Rlzed hunches , J1.73 2.00.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NUTO Almond * , California , per lb. , large
Jlze. 13c ; Ilrazlla. per lb. , Ida ; English walnuts ,
iwr lb. , fancy , sort shell , 13c ; standards , 10W
lie ; ( libel Is , per Hi. , lie ; pecans , polished , larse ,
9910c ; Jumbo , llJT12c ; large lilcKory nuts , J1.25
iwr bu. ; cucoanulH. l .o uuclii peanuts , raw , OU
ilic : rnmled , WfS'ie.
KIOS Imported fancy. 4 crown. 20-lb. boxes.
12c ; 3 crown , 50-lb. boxes. 13O14C.
IIONKY Choice white , lie.
KHAUT-1'er bbl. , J4.0) ) ; half bill. , J2.25.
MAPLE SYUU11 Five-sal , cans , each J2.23 ;
Kal cans , pure , per iloz. , J12.00 ; half-gal , cam ,
t < ! . :5 quart cans , J3.CO.
DATES 1'i-r CO to 70-lb. lioxos. Do ; Ford 9-lb.
boxes , 9c.
FUESH MEATS.
nilESSED HEEI--Ocind native steers , 400 lo
jOO Ibs. , 7c : B'i'id ' fill-quarters , steers. ( ! e ; Kood
hlndqu.irters , 9c ; weslein steers. GTjfiijc ; fancy
heifers , fi ic ; Boml heifers , Cc ; good fnrrquaiteis ,
heifers , M/fec ; good hlnduarters. | heifers , S c ;
good c > ws , 5' e ; fjilr cows , 5'ic ; common cows ,
5p ; eow forcquarters , I's'iISc ' ; cow hindquarters ,
tic ; rllis. No. 2 , S'-c ; rltn. No. 3 , lie ; steer rounds ,
71/fcc ; cow roumla , 7e ; cow mini.Is off , Sc ; trim
mings , 4e ; bci.f sh.uilis , 2'je ; bruins , per do/ . ,
33c ; MW.-etbieads , per lb. , lOo ; swevthreads
( calve * ) , per II ) . . We : kidneys , per doz. . S3c ; ox
t.illi , i-at-li 3c ; livers , per lb. , : . ' ! c ; heaits , petIt -
It ) . , 2v : tongues , per lb. , lie.
Ml'TTON Limb * . 7'sc ; sheep , ( Pic ; maiket
rucks ( long * . X' c ; hotel racks ( short ) , lie ; legi
and saddles , Sc ; Inmb legs , lOc ; breasts and
stews. 3c ; tollKlles , each 3c.
Mlll-i-.r risi/ra ureen Failed , eacn 13j73c ;
Brecn sailed Miearllngs ( short wooled early
fcklns ) each ir-c ; dry s-hcarllngs ( short wooled
early skins ) , No. 1 , each Be dry flint. Kansas
and Nebraska butcher wool pelts , per lb. , actual
wclKht. 4fjr.c ; dry flint. Kansas und Nebraska
murrain wool pelts , per lb. . actual welsht , 38'lc ;
dry Hint Colorado butcher wool pelts , per ID. .
actual weight. 4ii"ic ; dry Hint Colorado murr.iln
wool pelts , per lb. . actual weight. 3i ? c ; feet
cut elf , us It Is useless to pay freight on them ,
SI. Louis ( ii'iieriil JlnrUi'ls.
ST. I.Ol'lR. Oct. IS Fmuil-Qulel nnd lower ;
patents. $ l.7ufil.r. ; ftralRhts , Jl.431j4.35 ; clear ,
lt.lUfil.20 ; medliini , ti.rOQ3.5.V :
WHEAT Ijiwer ; closing THC below Saturday
for Uecember ; May only about He lower ; Decem
ber opened " > c lilclier , improved ' , c more , later
declined % c , rallied ? e , and then went down > ic ;
closing weak ut Ihu iMittom. Spot , louer : No. 2
red. cash , elevator. ! > 3e bid ; Illicit. Kfi9 > f , No. 2
hard ca.ih , SCc ; December , 93J'c ; May. 91\'te \ bid.
OOIIN Futures decllncil oecau e of the big
visible Increase nml heavy selling by longs ,
closing "T , ! ; for December nndc for May below
Saturday. Spot , dull and lower : No. 2 ciish , 24Vic ;
December , 23 4e bid ; May. 27Hc.
OATS As usual lluctuatloni followed those of
wheat und corn , the close being nt tractlonal
declines from Saturday. Spot , lower ; No. 2 cas i ,
elevator , lS < j bid. tra-k. lO cj No. 2 white , SO ) ,
ff21c ; December , 18lc bid ; May , 21S21ic.
RYE Strong at 42ic.
C-OHNMEAL-Steady at $1.43.
F1.AX.SEED Ixiwer nt 05c.
TIMOTHY SEED I'rlniu. $2.C3.
HAY Choice III demand ; prairie , J3.OCif7.50 ;
timothy , J7.01ftlO.00.
IIUTTI2II Firm ; ereaine-y , KyiSiio dairy. 11
Hl'IGc.
EC.OS Steady at 13o.
rolTLTUY ClilrkeiK. firm : old bens , CVic ;
tptlngs , Sc ; ducks , IP' : C ; K'-e.-ie , Cc , luii e.\it.
.
WHISKY $1.20.
l-OTTONTIES 77c.
HAaillNO-Mifl7Vic.
.MET A US lead , lower at $3.8033.73. Spelter ,
noinln-il at J4.
I'HOVISIONS-l'nrk. higher : standard mess.
jobbing. JS.50. Ijird. higher ; prime steam , J4.27V- ;
li. Haci.n ( boxed lots ) , extra hhort
corn. . u. ; oas , , u.
SHIPMENTS Flour. 13,00il bids. ; wheat , 68,000
bu. ; coin , 77,000 bu. ; oats , 19,000 bu.
Iliilllmnre .1liii-UcN. |
IIALTIMOItE. Oet. 18.-FLOl'H-Flrm ; west
ern superllne , J3.S1ff3.23 : family , JI.COii'l.M ; win
ter wheat patents. J3.00i3.23 : spilng wheat pat
ent , $ , iOOsi5.2J ; spring wheat stralghls , tl.lUJf
5.03 ; rei-elpts. 1I.S31 bbls. ; exports , 10,21 : ) bills.
WHEAT Weak ; spot. October or Niivember ,
93(4fi33 > , ; DecemlM-r. 93ViirU3c ; Hteamer. No. 2
red , Sii' > ( i'.iOc ; southein wheat , on grade , 90'/-ji
I'fic ; lecelptii , 82,418 bu. ; expoitH , SO.fldi ) bu.
C'OIIN Dull ami i-niy ; mixed spot , October ami
November , 30 % iif30'ic ; new or old , November or
December , 30ij ii ) > 4c ; steamer mixed , L'SWf
SSTiic : Houtbern while , 3lsi33c ; miulhern yellow ,
3HsW2c ; lecelpts , 3 .243 bu. ; exports. 153.S7S bu.
OATH Firm. No. 2 white western , 2'J'l&27c ' ;
receipts , 10.70U bu.
UYE-Dull ; No. 2 western , Me ; receipts , 13 , .
219 bu.
HAY Steady and unchanged.
( JHAIN FllEinilTS-Very llrm : steam to Liv
erpool , per nil. , 4 d , October : Cork , for orders ,
per qr. ; 3s 4'4d , November ; 3s cd , DecemK-r.
HL'TTEIl Firm ; fancy creamery , 22'J23c ;
fancy ladle , ] 3iil > < ; More packed , 9U1U- .
EOns-Flrm ; fresh , 16WI6'ic. '
rilHKSB Steady : fancy New Yin It. hirge. 10
OlOUc ; small , Utftl'ic ; medium ,
\e > v Orlt'iniN
NEW OllLEANS. Oct. 1S.-HOC ! I'ltODl'CTS-
Steady. 1'ork , old. S' e. Lird , rellned lleree ,
l'.4c. Iloxed meats , steady ; valt Khuulders , Dlii' .
llacon , clear rlbi sides , Cc. Hams , choice sugar
cuieil. t iJi 'jc. '
rOFFEE-ltlo , ordinary to low. fair. JS.751 ?
i-'lloUU-Quli't ; extra fancy , J1.50i7I.CO ; pat
ents , J3.Mir3.li ) .
mUNMEAL-Qulet at Jl.CO.
IIItAN-iiulet at C3c.
HAY-Steady ; prime , J10.03nil.00 ; cliolce. J13.00
if 13 CO.
COIIN Steady ; No. 2 sacked while , SGc ; mixed ,
2C 37c ; yeljw | , 3sff39o.
OATS-Si.idy ; No. 3 sacked. ! 3 < M e
IHCE Firm ; onllnary in giiml ,
LI v T | iiiil ( irnln nml I'rovlNliinii ,
LIVEHPOOL. Oct. l&-l'llOVlSlONS-llaron ,
Inim- clear middles. IlKht. llrm. 53s Ions clear
mlddleoi , heavy , U : M. tbort clear bucks , 30s ;
slioulilera , equure , 26s Cl. l.ird. prime wtstcrn ,
dull. 23ii.
WHEAT-Spot , No. 2 red. western winter ,
llrm , 7i 8il ; No. 1 red , northern spring , new ,
111 m. 7r S'd.
COIIN Spel , Ameilean mixed , old , firm , 3
IU.,1 ; Octnber. quiet. 4s Id.
IIAIII.EY-13 to It Ibf. . nrm. 29 .
COTTONSHED OIL Llven'oo ] refined. 15 .
Imports of wheat during the week : From At
lantic poit , 96700 quarter * : fmm I'arlllo po' ( .
nrne ; frcin other ports. JH.Oitt quarter * . lin-
pnin of corn from Atlantk iwrts were 31.401
ii.uarterr.
Toli'ilo MnrK-i'lN.
TOIOJPO Oel. IS. WHFAT-Diill nnd lower :
K < ! cash. 92We ; December. 91He bid.
( V1HN Active aii' ' ) lower ; No. S mUnl. S-'Hc.
n Tsi Dull nnd fteady : Nn. ! mixed , IS'ie.
IIVK OuUn : No 2 ciiih. 47c.
rmVFHSEFD-Actlvn and steady ; prime cafh
nt > * rviolier. tf 5
Oil 1 ewer : Nnrlh Uma. 46c ; South Lima
and Imllana , 41c
ICnniiii. Pity Mnrkoln.
KNSAHC" TV < VtVIIKAT Hrrl ' ' " 'lit
lo lrw"r mther dullift flrm Improved de-
m nd : 'o , 1 h rd He. No , 2 2 5S4No X 79if
; No. i. TSo ; No , l rtd , tde ; No. I
. No , 4 , 7MJSJ' ' , No. S M > rlnR.
\-0 j
OATS-Actlve. About iteady. No. 2 white 1SH
vis'je.
HAY-\iivt , ' firm ; choice timothy , JS.M : choice
praltlc , .
j.m-TTEU-FIrm ; creamery , ! C22c ; dairy. 14tf
llroelpti nl I'rlneliiiil .Mnrkrl * .
CHICAOO. Oct. -llreelpt l : Wheat. 2 4 < - rs ;
corn , l.Ma CBr(1. Mtfi 457 cnr . EMImntPd re
ceipts tuni irrow : Wheat , 210 cars ; corn , 800 cata.
oau. 4w rnr ,
MLVNIJAl-OUS. Oct. IS-IlccelpUi : Wheat.
ST. LOfIS , Oct. ls.-necelpt : Wheat. IIS
car < .
DULUTir , Oct. IS. Ilccelpts : Wheat. 709 ears.
KAX.1AS CITY , Ot , 18. Ilecelpts : Wheat
( two ilnj-M , ZB7 cars.
1'EOIIIA , Oct. H. Ilpcelpts : Corn , 7S.SOO 1m. :
oats. 3.000 IMI : rye. none ; whlfky , C5 bbls. ;
wheat , 000 bu. shipment" : Corn. 2,000 liu. ; lints.
K.COi ) in , rye , none ; whisky , 1.41.1 bbli. . wheat.
fW bu. _
1'rorln MnrUp < .
PIXIIIIA. Oct. 18. rollN Mirket eauy nnd
lower : No. 2 , 2l'ic.
WHEAT No. 2 teil winter , sales nt 93e.
OATS Market Inactive and easy ; No. 2 white.
SlUr.
WHISKY Fre h high proof spirits , Jl 20.
Sun Ifrnnrl PiJ Win-ill anil Hurley.
SAN FUANHSro. Oet. H. WHEAT Quiet
and firm ; December , I1.47VJ ; May , $ t.4r { .
UAItLEY Inactive : Deeemlicr. 85c.
STOCKS AMI IInS. ( .
> liirki < l Tn k ex On n Stronger Tnnp nnd
I'rliM-n .Miivp 1'iMviirilN. '
NEW YOfiK. Oct. IS.-For the llrst llmo In
several weeks the price nf stocks were at no
tlmo during the day below the level of those pre
vailing ut the close the night before. There
wc.ro occasional slight reactions today , with no
better uppaicnt cause than sympathy with
Sugar , winch was Itself markedly strung and
WHI luim-il backwurus at times only by prwm
taking. Speculation halted during the morning
m expectation of a decision by the supreme
court at Washington In the Nebraska freight talc
case. Although tllls decision Is expected to be
In favor of the rnllromls and was looked to give.
an upward. Impetus to prices , the announcement
that the handing duwn ut the decision hud been
postponed was lollowed by a. divided Increase In
tbu activity of trading , an activity uttendlng
the rl d of prices Instead of the decline for the
first time In many weeks. The strength of the
granger stocks and the awakened Interest and
Improvement In the Vandetbllts were notable.
The vigorous upward movement of this power
fully Inlluentlal group caused a striking ad
vance throughout the list , net gains In nearly
all the active stocks equaling nt least u point
tinil In several special cases equaling or ex
ceeding 2 points. A feature of the market quite
n striking ns the strength of the railroad
stocks was the neglect of the Industrials , ex
cept Sugar , ns compared with the recent trading ,
and even Sugar showed n falling oil1 In activity
us the dny progressed , and the trading In the
railroad stock-v developed greater animation. Chi.
cage Oas , which of late has entirely overshad
owed thH rest of the maiket , today fell Into In
nocuous desuetude and was no longer available
as an Instrument for the bears to demoralize
prices In the general ll t. Its total range of
prices was only a small fraction , ntvl- the small
volume of transactions In It looked almost like
neglect. While Sugar was quite active nnd
moved somewhat Irregularly nt a range of ECV-
eiul points , It showed sutllclent strength to aid
tha test of the list by sympathy nnd clofed nt
iv net gain "f 2 per cent. The money market
was nntlceiibly easy , whMi was an additional
Incentive to a renewal of speculation. The stnlc-
m -nts of railroad earnings for the second week
In October which were received nil show con
tinued mniked Increases over the corre pondlnc
period last year , the soft coal roads showing
an especially noticeable rreovcrv from their re
cent lienvy'eprepslon. . The September stnte-
u.ent of the 1'lllsbiirg. Cincinnati , Chicago & St.
Louis caused sharn advance * In the stocks of
that company , thn preferred stock rlslni ; 2H
points. Pullman advanced K points anil . SiiFquc-
hanna * Western preferred 2'J points. \ \ lill- the
characters of trading today did not go niitslde the
professional limits which marked It for several
week ? , the strength of the market showed n
practical cessation of the manipulation bv the
reactionists. Sugar was the nnlv stock on the
lift to how transactions ev-eedlng 20 OftO Fhnres.
and the total sales of all stocks fell conslder-
nhlv lielnw 2r.i\0ro shares.
The bond market wns not very active , but
prices were generally llrm.
The EvenlniT'nii's London financial cable
" markets were quiet but
t-ram sjvs"Tin - RtocV
nrm todav. consols leadlnir on gtivernment buy
ing. Americans were better and the tone at
the close wai steady. The opinion here on the
market In that the rtinkeout In Tvew lore It
practically over. Dealeii. however , do not back
their opinion with much buvlnn. apparently pre
ferring I" await n more dellnlte lead from New
Y-rk Hold Is In strong demand frnm Itussla
and r.crmanv and thi > price Is now so high ns
to forbid buvlnc fnr New York at present. The
actual decision of the cablni-t nqtn silver a not
reallv known heie. in Is generally Iwllfved that
the Indian mints will not IK reopened nnw. but
It Is f-v.re.1 that tli matter hjs been 'eft ' open
fnr future dlFCii sl"n. The P.irls nnd llorlin
niirket were quiet. "
The fnliowlnir were the clnslni- quotations on
th leading stockn of the New York exchange
today :
Atehlson lt\St. ] Paul O.W
dopfd J ! > M do pfd ll'J' : <
llaltlinoro.t Ohio. . Ifi 1st. P. .t Oin 7SJ
Canada IMelflc do pfd 110
Canada Stmtnuru. . o.ii < St. 1 > . M. .t M . 121
Central Paelllc 17 So. r.-ii'ltlo I''M '
dies. .tOlilo a IK So. Uallway 1 !
Chicago .V Alton. . HU
C..II.&Q Tuxas .t Paelllc. .
-
O..VE. I Union Vaclllc -JIM
C. C. C. .t St. L W.ibash 7V (
dopfd do pfd H'H '
IM. A Hudson Wheel. A L. E. . . .
Del. L. & W do iifd
Den. .V IlloB 1'- Ada im Kx 1B
do pfd Ainerlean Ex llrt
Krhi ( now ) United States Kx. . . 41
KrlnlhtpM : ts > | UVellN Kareo Ex. . . . HH
Ft. W.'ivnn iii7 IA. cot.on am
(5 real Northern pfd. 13.1 do pfd ' -'I'll
Hocklnz V.illov. . . . ( H < Am'n Spirits lols
lllliiolsOonlr.il. . . . lit)4l ( : dopfd ' - ' * '
LakoKrlo.WV. . . . 17VAIU. Tobacco f ? i
do pfd 74i ! do pfd 101) )
Latin Shore 17'J iOhlcazo 0-in IUM
I.oiilnvllbi , t Naih. S ( ! ? ! Coiis. lias all
Manhattan L lODi Com. Cabin Co 175
Met. Traction. . . . 11H i Col. F. fe Iron llH !
Michigan Cniilr.il. . 10. I do pfd 00
' 'IMlCen. Kleetrio HIMi
Minn. &St. L
do Int Pfd HI lllliioiHStntd18K
Mo.P.Ujtllc ! > ! ) ! < | LnCledu OIH : 11 ! H
Mohlln&Olilo . . . .
Mo.K. A T do nfd - _
do pfd lilH Nat. Lin. Oil HI
New Alb. A Ohi. . . . IHi On-iron Imp Co 13)4 )
do pfil a in Pacific Mall : iHl <
N..I. Central ntH : Pullman 1'al 171 !
N. Y.Cantral loih SllvurCortlticstin. . 57Vii
N. Y. Chi. .t 9U L. . im : Stand. Hopd AT. . . . iiH
dolHt pfd 70 iSiiuMr 1HU
do''d Ptd OIK : ! do pfd 114U
Nor olH i Wiist.n-u 15Vi T. C. A. Iron 27H
No. Amer. Co IHi U. S. Leather 7 ( *
No. 1'aclllc 10 l do pfd UK
do pfd 'U.S. ' Hnlihcr HIM
OnltirloA W 17 do pfd 02
Ore. IL A Nav Wt-hterii Union K )6
Ore. Short Line 111 Clil. \\-Htirii. . . . ISM
I'lltHUUfk' IDS rxortliwoHtuni l'J'J > l
Heading rtopfil HIS
HocklHlaml UloliraiKl West. . . . - . " - '
S .LouisAS. If dopfd 57
do nfd 11) )
T.itnl sales of stocks today wetc 233,103 plnres ,
Including : Atehlson prefenecl , 4,32i ) ; Chicago ,
Ilurllngton .t Qulncy. I3.SI9 ; Lmlsvllle & Nashville -
ville , B.H21I ; Mlsviurl raclllc. 7IJ20 ; New Yorli
( Vntrnl. 8.S79 ; Noitliern I'aclllc preferred , 10.014 ;
Iteadlng. .1.IOG ; Hock Island , 7.80 ! ; St. Paul.
18,140 ; Union I'aclllc. 0.00) ; Hay Suite Oas , 3,113 ;
Chicago ( las , lii.015 ; Sugar , 47.000 ; Chicago Orcut
Westein , 3UOO.
\IMV Yoi-lv Moni-y Mni-lii-l.
NEW YOIIK. Oct. 'S.-MONEY ON I'ALI/
E.mler at 2ii2ii per cent ; last loan. 2,4 per cent.
1'UIME MEUCANT1LE 1'Al'KH IU8MX per
cent.
STEUL1NC. nXCHANOE-Easy , with actual
bimlness In bankers' bills at lt.84U04.klH for de
mand and at J4.Sliiifi4.ii2 for sixty diiynj pistwl
rates. JI.8Vj(4.M'i ( and IIM ; cominerclal bills ,
JI.S1.
HAH siLVi-iu-ris c.
MEXICAN 1)OLLAHS- l ; c.
HAlLltOAl ) HONDS I'lrin.
I10VEHNMENT HONDS Firmer.
STATE llONDrt-Dull.
Closing quulatlons ( in bonds were na follows :
Louiloii Stoi-K < liiotnlonN.
I/3NDON. Oct. IS.-4 p. in. C-losInu :
ConbOlH.in'y..lll 13 fiT Mc.MC-aii orlnmrv.
CousuU. aco't. Ill 16-11) ) SLlUul coniniu.i. .
Can. Pacific HA N V. Ofliitru
irlo : ltl i I'ennirivaiil-k
KrlolbtHufu : J ! )
III. Cuntr.ii
HAlt SlLVEU-i3-l iI per ounce
MONUY-IiilV * per cent.
The rate of din-omit in Ihe open market for
nhort ) I'Hli U SV : ( | % per cent ; for thi e inontlu'
ullU. SWr1 * per rent.
Gold ID iiuuteil at lluflios Ayrea today ut 137.SO ;
at Lltbon , 4C' . 'at Home. 103.37
Aiiierlcnn Sei-iirlllen In Lniiilnii ,
LONDO.V , Opt , 18 ' 'lie market for American
tecurllleii opened llrm und continued so all day
on n Improved Ktnernlil > * | inK. The clo e was
Meaay.
Honton Stocli Oiintntloii ! ! .
11OSTON. Oct. 1J-C II Km . 'J r per cent ,
time lonnii , 3ijIIH per cent , nomine prices forM
MCK , txjnnn nd mlnlnit shores-
A.T/S'S. F fnunr-gi j-iJu in"
American Sairsr. . UlUMVt .ont 2H
nfd . . . lU i'Ed. ' Elo" HI 1SS
llnvst.itu . . . . . < ont Kieo. ptd. . . . 82
Hell Telephone ) . . . 2(13 ( Atohlnon nfd 201 *
HostonA Albinv. 'J18 4s HtIM
UoAiunAiM.ilna. . . 1117 Cent In , 37
(
Pltoiiburir IMi 'Ajinntio ' S3
Ornernl KlfCtrio. . S4HnoitonAMont.ini 14BH
Illinois Steal . . 4HilHiliflA ! lloMcn. . . . IMS
Mexican Central. . HUfalu.mol.t Heol.i. . 44A
N. Y..VN.K HO ( Centennial HIM
Old Colony ISA [ Franklin 504
O.8. L ID JKearx.irrc If
Hubber 10 > 4o ! c ola. 3S
Union Pacific 2IH Oulnoy IH
WestEna O.IM " - 13U
We.it Knit ntcl 100 Wolverine 10K
\V. Kloc 20
Sun Frniiclii-o Mining ( luotntlotm.
SAN ntANClSCO , Oct. ISThe olllclal closing
quotations on mining stocks today were ns fol-
lown :
Silver hars. C7-tc ; Mexican dollars. 45HJM6UC ;
drafts , clRht , lie ; drafts , telegraph , lHc.
\e v York Mlnlim Qiiotntloiin.
NEW YOIIK. Oct. 18. The followlne nro the
closlnrr mining quotations :
Chnll.ir. AA Ontario : tui )
Crown Volnt US Oimir. UOO
Con. till , .t va. . . . isn 1'l.vmontti Oil
Deadwood , , I'll ' Quicksilver 101) )
Oouldfe Curry 30 OulokHilvor ofd. . . 100
llnlo.VNornross. . ins Slnrra Novada. . . . 11)0 )
lloincstako .11)01) ) ) Standard 10.1
Iron Silver VI ) Union Con 40
Mexican 41) Yullow Jacket . . . . CO
Kin n n cln \otcis. I .
DOSTON , Oct. IS. Clearings , J1SS , CM ; bul-
ancei * , (1.511,7 % .
11ALT1.MOIIE , Oct. lS.-ClenrlnKs. 2S58.Ki ) ;
balances , SltTTi.MS.
NEW YOIIK. Oct. 18. Clearings , J50,797,534 ;
bnlnnccs , (0,723,300.
rillLAnELl'llIA. Oct. 18. Clearings , J10.339-
540 ; balances. Jl.f.S7,037.
CltlCARO , Oet. IS. riearlngs , ttA.191,391 ; Xcw
York exchange , par ; posted rates , J1.S3m.hJVi.
MEMPHIS. Oct. IS. Clearings , J137.27S ; Iwl-
ances , Jlll.WSi New York exchange , selling at
par.
par.INflNNATf.
{ -INflNNATf. Oct. IS. Money , S ,4 T per cent.
New York eti-lialige , par to 13c prumluin , Clear
ings , JJ,4S&T,0.
NEW OIILEANS , Oct. IS. riearlngi , Jl.013,072 ;
New York exchange , bank , par ; commercial , (1
per $1,000 discount.
ST. LOl'lS. Oct. IS. Clearings , J3.5W.f.Vl ; bal
ances. } 1UC,103 ; money , tfiS per cent ; New York
exchange , IV discount bid , par asked.
CIlll'AaO , Oct. IS. New Yolk Illscult strong
on heavy buying oidcrs. Elevated Blocks llrm.
Closing : New York Illscult. C1H ; Like Street L.
19'a ; .South Side L , C'JMetminlltan : U 7 > 4 ;
West ChlcaKo. 102 ; American Straw board 30ni !
Diamond Match , HO' , .
Foreign l > 'l un ni-lnl.
IIEIIMN , Oct. IS. Exchange on London , I0m
Sl'sd'fg fi'i' ' checks.
PAULS. Oct. IS. Three per cent rentes , Wf
SOc fnr the nccount. Exchange on I ondon , 25r
ISo for the mvount. ,
LONDON. OcL IS. The amount of bullion
withdrawn from the Hank ot England onjl \ -
mice today was 20.0(10. (
MAUKKTS.
I'rlci-N ( 'niit lime ( o Fall Avlth SI nil y
DlHiiiiiioliilliiu : l-'i'iiturrt.
NEW YOIIK , Oct. lS. AftT making n steady
start at 1 to 3 points advance/ a better class
of early cables than expected the cotton market
became unsettled and very weak , following dis
appointing later cables , public nnd private , the
latter Indicating a Iwirlah feeling abroad as the
result of udvlces from 'this side predicting n
very heavy movement at' the'ports and Interior.
The deinand from pot buyers was slack and
offered no cncouragcmeht to thote who have
been looking for supp irt in that direction. The
print cloth maiket was equally destitute of
promise. At Tall Hlver the lowest price In the
history of the print cloth maiket was reached
Satuiday. Liquidation of collon futuies became
very active early today nnd continued so through
the session. Selling for short account was on
a scale that Indicated Increasing confidence on
the part of the bears , l-'rom the highest price
In the 11101 nlng to the lowest In the aflernoon
tha maiket showed a decicase or 13 ] x > lnts. The
market was Dually Hteady ac a ni-t decline of 7
( fflD points , dosing prices : January , 50.07 ; l-'eb-
Itliiry , JC.IO ; March , } f.14i April. JC.1S : May ,
JC.23 ; June , J'i.261 July , JC.30 ; October , $0.03 ; No
vember. JC.01 ; December , tfl.03. Spot closed dull
nt a decline of Vic ; middling uplands , ( iS-lGcj
middling gulf , 7IGc ; middling , ClGo ; net re
ceipts. 91 hales ; gross , C.6S3 bales ; exports to
llreat Krltaln , 1,105 bales ; France , 2.17 < ; bales ;
iimtlneiit. 1,033 bales ; forwarded , 3,722 bales :
Kiles. 501 ! bales : stock , nctual , ro,2ll bales. Total
today : Net reexIplN. 09,0.12 bali-s ; exports to
(5rent. Itiltaln , 9.2W bales : France , 2,170 bales :
continent , 1.C33 bales ; stuck , 570.833 bales. Con
solidated : Net r celpts , 110.117 bales ; exports to
( Jieut Hrltuln , 41.718 bales ; France , 2.1,901 bales ;
continent , 27,910 bales. Total since September 1 :
Nut lecelpts. 1.VH,937 bales ; exports to Great
llriliiin. 428,378 bales ; Trance , 10.J.120 bales ; con-
tliu-nt. 277.7113 bait's.
LlYKllT'OOL , Ort. 18. COTTON Sp.it. good
business done ; prices steadier ; American mid
dling , 31-liid ; sales for llio day. 12.010 bales , of
which 1.0(0 bales were for specul-itlon nnd ex
port and Included 11,600 bales American ; receipts ,
11.100 bales , Including 10.000 bales Ameilean.
Futuies opened steady , with a moderate demand.
and icloi-ed weak ; American middling L. M. C. .
October. 3 32-Cld sellers ; October nnd Novemh r.
; ' . ; r-f M sellers ; Nn\ ember and December. 322-04
K3 2.1-Cld sell-rs December ami .T.inunry. 32J-B4d ;
.laniiiiry and February , 3 22-Olrt sellers ; February
and March. 3 22-Mi3 23-C4d sellers : March and
April , 3 23-01d fellers ; April and Mny , 3 21-Otd
. ellcrs ; May nnd June , 3 23-C4d fellcr.i : June nnd
July S 2rifi3 SO-CId vnlue ; July and Aueiist ,
3 2C-C.IR3 27-Old.
NEW OllLEANS. Oct. -COTTON Sternly :
sales. 7.2iO bales ; ordinary. 4'Hc : good ordinary.
fiUc : low middling. S9-lCe : middling. 'Tdc ; good
mld'Jling , 0 l-10c ; fnir middling , or-10c ; receipts ,
12 770 bales : Mock. 91.171 bales. Futures steady.
rjlef P. " FM bales : October. J-1.7ii'i7".7S ' ; November.
- . . .77rr.7lDecember. ( ; . Ji.77fi.7S ? : Jnnnnry. J.1.7 ! )
a : ROFebniniy. . K.slGU'i : Mnn-li , $ : i > 903.90 ;
April. J1.94WS.tT May. t.l.'Jfn19. .
MEMI'lllS. Oet. -COTTON Easy : mid
dling r.7 c ; receipts , 7.577 bales ; shipments. 4.103
ball's ; mock. 43.012 bales ; snle . 3 ROO bnles.
ST 1.01'IS Oct. Ift.-C-OTTON-Qulet. 1-lCc
. sales 1.10 bales ; n--
lower : 'middling ' , f. 13-l e ;
celntn , S.HiO bales- shipments , 3,314 bales ; stock ,
18f09 bales.
spot buyers amV Indifference with outi-ldc i
latiirs. Closed dull , with unchanged to 5 points
State ) stock. 491.510 bags ; alloat for the United
State4M.OOO bags ; total vhlbl" for the United
States , 9ti.r.l ! ( > bags , imalnsl C43.558 bags last
yeiir ami 59I.SH bags In UM ,
HIO DM JANEIIIO. 0-t. H.-COFFEE-llarely
steady : NO 2 Itlo. 8,000 rels ; excliange , 7 ir.-32d :
receipts , IH COO bags ; cleared for tlie United
States , 7,000 bags ; for Europe , 2,001 I HIH ; Muck ,
451JiiO bags. Weekly report : Ceffee. barely
utemly ; exchange slandanl. R.ono i ls : receipts
during the week 101 coo Imics : shlnincnln to the
United t-'tHtes , PHOW b-"gs : nlock < 5I.O(0 ( bas. .
SANTOS O't. IS.-COI-'t'KE Quietgcml aver
age SnntoS.400 re | ; lecrln'M. 3i 0 fl bag * ; stock.
l3iloi ) bags. Weekly report : Coffee , qultt ;
good averami per 10 kilos. 5OT ( rpa : receipts
during the week. 131.000 Iriga ; Mhlpmcnts tn the
United Hlilei. 30050 bjgt : si ck 10.HO-X ) b-g < .
HAMIIUItn. Oct 18. IJOKFBK Openi'il ' 4 pfg.
lower : cluted Vi'upfg. . net lower ; .Bales. 20,00. . )
bugs.
IIAVItE. O-t. 18. rOFFEI ! "lo rd ( ( Ulet at
? lf net decline ; sales , ? 1 CO ) bans.
Til 1-5 IIHAIiTV \7lKHT. .
INBTHI'MKNTS pluccil' on Ille Monday ,
Oclober. IS :
WAHHANTY 'PIJBDS.
JCHH riirlsienKou nnd wife to Jens Jen-
Hen ; fractional lot 5 In Kiih'llvlsian '
Mock 0 , In I'oiH I'lncfl . J2,0'0
O.V. . Looinls and wlfo to Alary Flnt-
how ; PVi lot 7 , block ft , K. V.
Smlth'H addition . l.S/0
Smith Omaha Liiml j-oinp.'iny to
Thomiin filllcsple ; lot 2 , block 35. ; ,
South Oinalw . , . ' " -O
Bame to mine ; nV ; lot " , f-amu . --ii
Ha rah Alnwouto haine : lot 4 , block
2. Mt. DoiiRlns addition . 200
Kli Urown and wlfo to S. M. Il.irn ;
north M fcut lot I , block ! 9"i- . Omaha l.COO
Jcalili Cootc end wife to S. f llen-
nett : lot S. block Iil'J and cant 3 feet ,
11 Inches lot 7. block IfW , Omaha. . w tO,0
Ailclph Oelse nnd wife to O. K.
Ilaiier : lot ! ) , block 0 , ( TrlKhton
( JUIT CLAIM DKICDS.
T- I ) . Currier nnd wlfo to Rebecca
Thorpe , executrix ; lot 16 , .block 11 ,
Ambler I'laco . 1
Union Stock Yitrds rommitiv to Frank
Simon ; lot S. block IS , Find : ti' ' II-
t'.on to South Omaha . 1
O. K. Hiiuer to O. M. Ilroailwrll ; JeW
1. 2 , K and 20 , block 2 , Toliier it
A..s addition , lulH 12 nnd 17 , block
2 , Jotters Second addlt'on ' . 1
SI P. Han-Is to H. T. HIBinH. trustee ;
lot 0 , block 3 , Arbor I'lacc . 1
\V. H Itu-wc'll und wlfo to Mlchlpuii
Mutual Llfo Insurance company ;
lot 12. 1'elhum 1'lace . 1
_
Total . 523,750
OMAHA LIVE STUCK MARKET
Rain Plays Havoc with Men and Beasts
Aliko.
BLUE MONDAY' CONDITIONS PREVAIL
CM ( lie Ileceliit * Mnlnly Coiv Stud mill
1-ViMtorn , ivltli I'rlt'o * HiicliniiKcil
Iliiiiilfnl of HOK" Sell *
l'l\e Criitn LiMvor.
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct. IS.-Ilecolpts for the
days itullcuted were :
Cattle. Hog * . Sheep. Horses
October 18 S,6ii ? 671 ioiri 14
October W fi23 3,397 4 , J
October 15 2.72 $ 3.153 6SI
October C.S.1G 3,365 1,091
October 3,9 1 3.2JS 705
O.'tober C.HS
October 11 7,433 1,453 4KW 3
October 9 liOI9 3,572 Sll
October S 1,771 VJ76 1,351 5
October 7 ' ' 5,570 3 000 21
October .f. . . . . . . . . . . 5.9X 5713 l | 3
October 5 7,374 Ji.Ml 2.S10 19
October 4 G.SGrt 1.M5 S51 03
October 2 G.U 5,777 126 26
The olllclal number of cars of ntock
bronghl In today by each road -was :
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep. H'rs's.
Missouri P.icltlo Uy. . 'J
Union Paelllc System 31 1 12
IK. . & M. V. H. H. . 48 1 1
S. C. & 1' , Hy 1 . . . ;
C. , St. I1. , M. .S : O. Uy ,1 1
H. & M. H. H. H..140 6 10
C. , H. & Q. Hy 1
1C. C. & St. J 3
C. , H. I. & P.west. . . 4 . . 12
Total receipts . . . .22S U 3" l
The disposition of the days receipts was
IXH follows , each unvcr purchasing the num
ber of head Indicated :
Havers. Cattle. HOKS. Sheep.
Omaha P.iclclng Co 373
O. H. llammonilCo 3C.1 303 710
Swift nnd Company MI . . . BSJI
Cudahy Packing Co 141 113 1131
H. Heeker and IX-gnn. . . . cot
J. L. Carey 2S7 . . . 1,020
Lobman .t Uothschllds . . M2
\S' . 1. Steplieits M'J . . . . . .
Honton & Underwood . . . . 1U ! . . . '
Huston & Co 171 . . . .
Hamilton 310
Dennis 17 ; )
Nelson .Morris , ChlenKO. . 4G9
Other buyers 702 2
Left over 500
Totals wirj " 792 „ . * „ ,
Life In the clock yards was not a ple.isuro
today , the steady fall of rain rendering U
decidedly unpleasant alike underfoot and
overhead. Nothing was Just exactly to suit
there were too few hogs and too many
cattle the i-attlo looked at their worst nnd
the men felt an disagreeable ns the cattle
looked. Hut there Is no occasion for soing
blue iioi " " 3 s''I'ly ' ' " " ° ld-fiishloiied
CATTLK There were 223 cars of fresh
cattle , a liberal run , but short of the record
Vivr "B0 b ? ' "Ixty-1"0 ears. Heoelpts
at ChlctiRo and
Kansas CUv were also
largo uiul miti-ket i-onuumiia unfavorable , all
ol which had a. bad Influence upon the nuir-
, . .iUK tllls I'01' " . ud taken IP connection
, . ,1 Pislonny weather \\tia sulllclent to
render the
trade slow and anil.
rsot enough fat cattle were offerej to
make a real test of the market , only about
four loads being reported ! n the yards.
They sold at about the same prlc-us as VH.TO
paid on Saturday.
.m..1 ? ynn' ' * weie full or cow sltilf , lut the
Muppij was made up almost rntlrclv of
wtsternji. and poor claws of westerns ut
that. I he market was slo-.v and week on
" " ' Ulml ! < lmt not
Illllch dilTcreiH
frClU"10',1 '
fioin battmlay
on the more d'-sirablo kinds
borne uf the Miockers and fue.lor.-i .sold
be a general inclination umi.ng
'the ' supply was * lurKe .in'd tne wcatlior nn-
i-S'1,1.11 " ' ? . .U''I" " I > n ° t overly brisk
No. Av. Sh. I'r.
273 ICO $ J ,15
S > t 237 .0 3 : ,5
73 -CU 120 3 U
73Dti
DtiC3 212 80 3 S3
C3 : . 'J 80 3 W
C3Oi
Oi 211) ) 80 3 W
AND ENDS.
0 . 300 343
1 ISO . . . 3 f.O 21 . 82 . . . 3 J-'ii
8IIHKI1 Tlio yiirdH wi-re full of sheep , but u
Bood many of tln.-in weio only halted for feed
und \\ero not oflcri'd for ssle. Hood inultoiu
iieru Hi in.
SI , l.lllllH | , | vi > SIIM-K- .
, KTIl'lS' , lS.-CATTIi-Ucccl : | > U. 3.000
heal ; Mllliiilvlils. fccu head ; inurKet steady for
natlse , wllll mi ( jood c-iitt liuip Texuns sti-ady
to uti-imi ; ; fair tn tholcu native | I | | > IIIIIK and ex
port fteera , 14 fS S.15 , Imllc of salen. Jl.135(1.W ;
die Bed K-ef nnd biitrhi-r steers. J3.SCJ/4 75. l.ullf
of mles. H.WHM. Htt-iT * under l.t M pounds
Vt.MQt.K : hulk of sales. > J. 0I.20 | : tocKets and
feedeiH. J2.40f/4.10 ; bulk of valeii , il.OOfll.OO.
cowa nnd belfen. JJ.OOi4.CO. | bull ! of town. IJ.40
(3. ' 'i ; cannliiK cows , tl.GOij2.CO ; bulls. > 2.10'n' '
-.10 ; rcnu und Indian Hlrcm , f2 > oil.23 ; bulk
of ? ales , $3.33 3.00 ; cows nnd heifers. > 2.20
HOOH llecellds. 7fKO head ; fldpments. 2000
head marki-t 0jl" ; lower : Ibtht. J3.kO/3.uo.
rnlKed J3.Wr3.f3 ; heavy. 13 COfia.iiO.
BllljEl' Hecelit | , 2WiO In-ill ; ihlprneriti. none :
market dull und steady : unlive niutt.mu. J.1.10
M3.90 : cullH and bucks. Jl.033.5' ' ) ; ttockers , t,40
W2.W ; lambs. l4.CWf5.35.
\t- v Ycirk Llvi- Stock ,
NUW YOIIK. Oct. l8.-UEEVE.4-Itccelpls ,
7.9M head ; active , steers firmer , bulls lower
native steers , JI.OM25.00 ; staKS and uxen. t.f,0
ffl.W ; iMilln. J2.4iHiJ.20. Cables quote Amerlrnn
te-er ut lo > i/lHi < ; refrigerator beef. 7i"i i.
No exports
CALVES HecelpU. 1 211 headeal : nrm-
grarsera higher ; veils. J3.00f7.00 , grasnem. 1J.75
( { 3.23.
SHEEI' AND LAMIlS-IlecclpU. 11. MO head
- _ ' ' < 'ic ' hlEher. heep. J3 0K(4.S5 ( ; lamb * .
'n.- ' ! * . . 30 head : firm at .l..fll 40.
I'liHt lliitYnlo Live SllieU.
EAST Ht'FF.XMJ Ocl 18 t'ATTLK Cholre
fm kteers , J I f75 Jl mellum to Iwnvy J4 Kit
4. ; fat heifer * , M 2504.79 , fancy milkers , J4.M
tfi W , common to fair. I2.00WJ W. fancy sprlnR-
er . J ( W5.00 ! prlnio tn ertta veals , JS.JSvf
fo- common to choice , J5.7iJ8.00 : heT fed ,
J3.5iitT3.7S ,
HOOS OooJ to cholco yorVers. Jt.lfOI IS ;
mixed packers1 grade * , Jl 1IHJ4 IS ; henvy , JI.10O
4 IK pouths , J ] SOffS.Ml ; pigs Ji 2t.fT4.15.
SllrEP AND LAM.HSLdmbj. . choice to ex-
trn. J.VfliKtS.7S ; common to fair. JJ SMfS.sO , culls
to fair. I4.3MIA.1S ; yearlings , common to choice.
Jl.txvfll f ; feeding Inmbs. J3.MIfS.SO. Sheep ,
cholcn celeoled wethers. JI.SoJT4.M- lr to choice
mixed. M. 4.2S. cull * to common , JJK > 0.1.W.
rnicvKu iivn .STOCK MAUKKT.
CnJtlo Unrcly Slriuly HIIKI it Mt-Ucl
l.inver Mhorp .MroliK.
ritlCAOO. Oct. lS.ooil cattle sold pretty well
at firm prices , while common and medium jsrades
sold only fairly nt barely steady prlc-cs. Native
cnltlu were wanted at from Jl.M to Jl.TiO for
common to peed dressed beef sleett while good
to extra shipping cattle were active at from
JI.75 to JS.3S. Choice beeve * l-re III only fair
supply nnd the bulk of the cattle went fnr from
JI.50 to J3.10 , half fat nnd over laige steers com-
prlslnir , ns usual , too large a vh.irc of t.ie offer
ings. There was n fair demand for Mocker * and
feeders at from J ] to J4.S5. Cholre to fancy
calves sold nt from $ SS. > to JS.73.
There was a fairly active demand for hogs and
Kale * were mode largely nt So under lost week's
closing priors , undesirable lots ruling the \ve k-
cst. Sales were made of heavy packers at from
J3.S3 to 5,1.C5. while prime Unlit weights brought
from H.W to Jl , the bulk of the liogs crossing
the scales nt from JS.TO to J3.90. The market
gathered strength ns the day advanced nnd the
late sales were nt the best prices , the supply be
ing about nil ( .old.
Trade In sheep nnd lambs was again lively ,
prices ruling strong from the opening to the
close. Sheep were wanted at from J2.W to J3 for
the poorest natives , up to from 11.25 to Jl r ) for
the liest Hocks. Western range sheep sold nc-
tlvely nt from J.1.25 to J4.IO. feeders being In
gonil demand at from JJ.23 to JJ.SJ. Lambs sold
briskly at from J3.75 li > J6. latgcly nt JI.75 to
J. . 00. Fcodlni ) ImnlH sold at from JI.40 to JI.73.
nnd _ feeding sheep went largely nt from JS.CO to
Jit.03.
Itecelpts : Cattle. 20.000 head ; hogs , S8.000 head ;
sheep , 17,000 head.
KIIIIRIIN City Live Mod ; .
KANSAS CITY , Oct. IS.-CATTLK-Ilreelpts.
10,000 head ; best natives strong ; others steady to
lOo lower ; Texas steers. J2.0j 4.15 ; Texas cows.
J2.005f3.00 ; native sleets , } 3.r-J ( | ; native cows
nnd heifers. Jl.i j73.S3 ; stocXers nnd feeders ,
J2.SOW4.30 ; bulls. J2.00'ii.1.2 : .
lloas-lttwlpts , 3.1XW head : market weak to fc
lower ; bulk of sales , $3.fMSi3.i ; heuvlcM. J.1.r.0il >
3.C..J packers , J3.43W3.fiO ; mixed and lights. J3.E.O .
MV..l"rk.f ? > r * ' W-MfJ.TO : pigs , J3.C5SJ3.73.
SHLEl'-Itecelpts. 6.1 H ) head ; market llrm ;
lambs , J3.SOUS.23 ; mutton * , J3.GOJT4.00.
Sloi'K In
llWord of receipts nf live 'stock nt the four
principal markets for October IS :
, . , Cattle. Hops. Sheen.
"j"nlm 5.007 (171 ( 10.154
I lllcaRO 20.000 SO.OilO 17000
Kansas City 10.000 3.000.000
ht- Louis 3,00. . ) j.ooo 2.000
Totals 3S.IM7 liTcTI sTilil
Oil Mlll-U < - ( .
OIL CITV. IM. . Oct. IS.-Ciedlt balance ! . , CV ;
cortlllcntes , no bids ; sales. 2 bbls. at We- sales
on .November options , ii.c ; shipments. 1CS.C2S
bbls ; runI1S.2SC hb'n.
rilAKLESTON. Oct. lS.-Tiiip.-ntlne. market
quid nt ' . .iillnsln , firm.
SAVANNAH. On. . Oct. 1S-Sdills | tiiipcntlne ,
steady at sn c ; sales. SS5 bales ; receipts. 717
. ' . " . , ' ' 'wl'i. llrm ; sales , 1,135 i.hls . : i.-celpls.
„ . . . .M . bhls. CJuole closlnr : : A. II. P. . $1 2" . ; l : . ! ' . ,
} ' 'vu' N" ' ' J2' " ° ; wlllll"w Kl tM , J2.'l3 ; water white !
wilMlNHTON. N. P. , Oct. IH.-Splilis turpen-
tine. " iinchntiKed , nnthlni ; doluu. Itnsln llrm nt
' ? - * ' ' Crl"1C tur'lltllu'- | inlet at JI.50
LONDON , Oct is. Calcutta linseed , fpot 33s
ipVr" " 1 ; . ' " "t"L" " ' n > "m"1' 4' ' " ' Tu" " ' "
. . . . ' ' " ' _ . " ' llr-v ( : < > < > ( l Miirkrl.
IS. Diy Kmids slnw less
situation also 11 , , . dlstilbutl , , , , being re .Vied
light In nenily till sections. Collections remain
g.iod. llrown cottons , as n rule , were entv In
pun-hasp wllhi.ut nny very heavy deinand IM-IIIU
repnrtiil. Heavy weight gonds for i-xpott are
still In quiet request. Coarse ciloied gis , ] , | In
, revalllng. ! " " ' " 'I1,1.1,1 " "il ' " " " ' wl" ' "n < " " > maiket
Other lines are Inactive and buyers
llnd less dltllculty In securing amounts at their
own figures than thev did lasi week. The low-
prices for print cloths , 2 c. railed to quicken
iiuriir nrc.-iH.
LONDON. Oct. 1S.-HKET SFOAU-Oclobcr.
.
Ss ( . .y.il ; December and Mnrcli S Ji.d
' ' " " ' 1srOAItlloV.
fN'J"n 'Vr - - . nominal
;
, ,
fair iclliilng. 3 5-lic ; cenlrlfugiil. or te.- . ( . 3 13-lfic.
' , . ,
ti\v M'v' - -
, Oct. 18 SI-rjAll Olilel-
open kettle. 2ij 3e : centrifugal while. ; .V ( i
{ (13loeyellows , 3'W3 IS IBceionds ; , SSiSo-
granulated , not quoted ; nyrup. Itijjjjr. '
choice. S'.J'iS ' 1c ; fancy. 8c. I'runes , 5 iSi.c per
In. , as to size and quality. Apricots , royal. 7(7-
S'fc' Moor iKiik. ! ifrlPzc. Teaches , lllipeeled
7&1Uieelel ; | , 12'i J17c.
\Vnol > lnrli-fN.
NEW YOIIK. Oct IS. WOOL-FIims domestic
lleece. 2't(27e ' , steady and unchanged ; Texas , 13
Hi 17c.
ST. I.OI-IS , Oct. IS. WOOL-I'nclinnPil ; me
dium , 15i2lc ; light line. 13Epi ) ! < - ; heavy line ,
lOftllc ; tub washed , 22fi31c.
Too \Vi-nIi for ( litTrip. .
ALBANY , N. Y. , Oct. IS. Henry Tucker
of Troy , N. Y. , whoso death In reported In
AsHOciateil I'ross dispatches from tilt- Klon
dike , was a son of Henry O. Tucker , pro
prietor and editor of the Troy Press , and
the circum.ytniices connected with his ven
turing to the sold region- complete with his
death a pathetic Mory. Ho wna a yotitiH :
man of frail constitution hut Indomitable
purpose and started for the fjolil Holds upon
a two days' notice to Ills parent * . He had
hern doing- editorial work at Troy and
political work in the legislature here. With
HIP money lie Raved he had intended to KO
to Km-opp or elsewhcie , or a month's vaca
tion In Mnlno. He itddenlv decided to so
lo tlie ( ? old Held * and hbi father could not
hinder him in his purpo-e.
Atlenilil to tinnier a CoiiNiiI.
NJSW YOHK , Oct. 1S. Ailvlt-OH from H'o
.laneiro , Uraxll , Plate that n servant In
the employ of William T. Towne.s , the
I'tilted Slates tonsul general In Itlo
J.ineiro. has made an unsticcec.sful attempt
to murder the consul general. Mr. Townes1
assailant has been placed under airest.
William Townc. ) was appointed coti'ul m > n-
eral to Kin de Janeiro from Virginia on
April 7. IMfl. liy President flcveland. I'rosl-
dent McICInley on Saturday nlj-ht an-
nouneed tlio appointment of KIIKPIIC Seeder
of IlllnolH as coninl Kenernl In Itlo do
Janeiro to succeed Mr. Tovvnen.
Aroliltlnliop Deuli-H | he Story.
NK\V YOltK , Oct. lS.--\r-hbi-hoj ) fonl-
gan refused io be su.-n with refetetlcc lethe
the statement that all the pirochl.il s-htols
would he turned over to : he lloaid of I-Hii-
cation , provided that on.- ' hour bo devoted to
i ho H'-ichliig of the tcnetH of the faith to
Roman Cuthollc children , l-'rnin anot'ici-
Hoiii-cp it was Iciiriied that the 'trvhlilitiioii
linil denied tlie jstory alisolulely.
Select Inml for rolonj- .
DKNVI3H , Oel. IS. A tract cf eighty acres
of land at the edge of tlie city limits 1ms
been selected by the promolcr of the Now
101 a union as a Murtc-r for the work at
CHRISTIE-STREET
va
fiiiiKni , if..oDOII. i-iiii.v I'uiii.
Stocks , Grainand Provisions ,
Itooiii 111 4lldll l-ll of Trillin
( Tel. IGUj.j
C. C. CH1USTJI' ; . President
K. J. STJU3IST . Vice Presldenl
G , \V. KENNEV . ficcrutary
David T. Ucalb , freei. Nc 3637.
P. I' . Keal.Vlcc I'rcH llnlon .Nnlloiiiil IlniiU
Ohns. II. V. Lewis , Cash. Capital. JCOO.OOO.
KANSAS CITMo. . . April U. 1857.
We heioliy certify that the ChrlBtle-ftivet
CominivElun Company dan thin duy coniu.i-iiced
IiUflncts with UK by depoeltlni ; l''lfly TlioiisanJ
Cidlum lj'i,000.00) ' ) In cacti.
( Ltatea. ) CIIAKLES H. V LEWIS ,
JflKlES E BOYD & C0 , ,
Tulc'plionc 1 ( ) ; ( ! ) . Omnhii , Nub
COMMISSION ,
GRAIN , PKOVISI ONSundSTOCKS
ItOAIiD OF TIM ( > I1.
Dlrei-t wlreH to ChlcnEO and New York.
iiiknla. Julin Aurrin & Co.
Wj re Commission Oe-
olJCIil-nni - iMlnlill hril ISII'J.
Do atfi'n 'rul fimli urn In liiiklnrux
Kirc'iilf urdiTH pr niitl > for fiillin-
delivery un Clili-iiKii , )1lniiiiiiilU | mill
A'ttr VorU llniirilM , Oiiiiilin OllliiItoiini
J , fi , V. Life , Illllu. -li'pliiiiii' 1)111. )
FI.OVI ) J. CA3UMIii.L : , 3lMiillc-r- | .
Denver and A dor.cn , mcmliern of the union-
have tnken up their residence there. Th
colony will brRln cnrrylnR forwnrd prnc'l I
work whlih will Rlvn early rtittirns.
llefiine ( o IIM cMluiilir.le nted.
A1.HANY. N' . Y. . 0-t. IS. The complnlnl
of Mortimer Hcndrlcks of Xcw York Oltr
niMlii't the Mniilmttan Italtwny company ,
iilloL-ing tint Its il ( -
root on * hud tmlnwfully-
iwlil out funds of the corporntlon In dlvu
( lends to sto khu'ders nKKrrjtatll'K some W , .
ovXl.000 niiil nttkltiK that mi inve.itlgntlon b
made of the nlfulra of the e.mpnny . for a
period of six ycnrs , wn * ( llsiulssc.l by th
rnlltond commission toilny.
Kiiulnrcr for fiinnl ( 'oiiiinlnloii. .
\VASI11NOTOX , Oct. IS.- Colonel 1'etcr C.
Unifies of the KiiKlncer corps of the itnny ,
nt ipreseftt In dur o ot river nnd hnrbor
Improvements for the Italtlmore dltrlctnt \
been appointed ; o be ennlneer cnmnn slonep
on the N'lcitrimunn ojitml coinmisslon , and
has accepted the appointment.
I'npliilii Lovcrlnu ; to lit * Tried.
CHIC.U1O. O.M. is.-Secretary Alccr tins
directed Oonernl Hnvike that a i"v > urt-mar
tlnl be ordered for the trial of rap'aln ' l iv-
erlim In cnsi' the cnplaln def not n 'li for a
court of Inquiry. I'aptaln LoverlnR , II 1
alleged , brutally milt rented a. : irlvnti vaincil
Hammond nt Kort :5'i'-il.lMi rrceittl ) .
nniin to llr HurleilVeilneidny. .
Js'KW YOHK. Oct. IS. Thp fuiter.il of
Charles A. liana will take place at Dosorls ,
his lale home , on Wednesday next. The
service will he read lit SL Paul's ICplsicopal
church In Olencove. U I. , and the Inlnr-
tnent will ttike plnce nt the cemetery adJoining -
Joining tint i-hurch.
-9
AS TOLD IN TUB NKW HOOK ,
"COMPLETE MANHOOD. "
Thousands of happy men pronounce thl
work the tne'.insnf their physical salvation ,
It KU-es the latest scicntilicfiictsconcernlnir
inarrl Ke.
. H describe' ; the only known method of at
taining fullest natural mnnly vlRnr.
It points out Home Treatment for nil ex
cesses nnd sexual disbarments.
It shown how to cure nervousness , Iwpo.
lessness. despondency.
One cony of "COMl'LF.TR MANHOOD
AN U HOW TO ATTAIN IT" sent fu-c , In
plain wrapper , sealed svcurclv , to theKdilresi
of nnv sincere Inquirer , by the Krle Meillcul
( -ompnny , 64 NIiiKnru St , 'llullalo , N. Y.
llj I'lireluiMlim CooilM Pilule ut the I'll ! .
AWNINUS ANU TENTS.
O.MA1IA TKVT AM ) llt'lllir.It CO.
( Successors Omaha Tcr.t and Awning Co. )
Manufacturer * tents , iiuiiliigs. Jubbt-rn Indies *
and gents' inacliintoslici. Tents tor rent. 1311
Fiirnam St. . Omaha.
I5U13WEUIE ?
OMAHA lllliVIASSOCIATION. .
Car load uhlnmcntB made In our own
rrntei curs , lllue Ribbon , Elite Export. Ylcnnti
Export and Family Export delivered to all
of the cllv.
\vrriiMti. : ituos. A- SMITH co.
I's-tug , Sewer nnd Hull.HUB .
IlltlClv.
Cnpnclty. 100,000 per day Olllce nnd yard. 2J < 1
pud Hickory Sts. Tclepnonc 425. Omaha. Neb.
COUNJCF. WOltUS.
O. V. Kl'KtiKTKlt ,
lOACI.i : COHMCIO WOHK3.
Miiniifnciurcr f Oalvnntzed Iron Cornices. On'-
vnul7.cd Iron SkyllglitM. Tin , lion and .Slut *
Hoofing. AKCIU for Klnnear's Sttel Cclllntt.
IOS-10-12 Nrtii Eleventh street
CIlACKEi : FACTOniES.
A.MJiIICAIIISCI'IT AXII Jlli'13. CO. ,
\VhoiCfale Craclt r MnnufactuiTrs ,
OMAHA Neb.
DYE WOUKH.
sciioi-iSA < ; K's T\VIX crrv IJYB
\voitivs. ir.-ji i-ill-mi in si.
Dyclni ; and cleaning of gaiments and Koods of
every ilctcrip'.lou. L.'leiinlnK of line Kartuenta a
rpiclnlty.
FLOUR MILLS.
S. | . \ CMMAN ,
Flour , Meal , Toed and llrnn , 1013-15-17 North
17th Street , Omahn , Neb. C. K. Illack , manager.
Telephone 692.
111ON WOHKI3.
DAVIS .V COU'CILL IHUN WIIIUCS ,
Iron nml llriiNH l-'oiniilei-M.
Mnnufnct-.irers and Jold > r ot llaclilncry. Oen ,
rral icpalr'.liB n speclnltv. 1501. U03 and 1505
Jackson street , Omana Neb.
.v .t viuiy.ixn nu > \ WOIIKS.
Manufacturers of Architectural Iron Work.
General Foundry. Machine and Illackmnllli work.
i-nzlneerH : ; ii"i < 'cntracfrs for File 1'roof Ilnllil-
Ins" . Olllce nnd workn : U. I' . Hy nnd South
17th Mi eft. Oirmlm.
LINSEED OIL.
WOOD.IIAX I.1\SICIOI > OIL \VOHKS.
Manufnctuiers uiu pioccss raw llnveod all ,
Iccttlo boiled ! lnseea oil , old pinccas Kiound lln *
seed cake , gi-jund nnd Bcrtcm-L' flaxteed for
ilniggliil8. OMAHA. NE1I
I/l'NaES-MATTUES3ES.
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L. c. notip.
Manufacturer LounKC * , Couchcb , Muttrc-s fs.
lobber of Fprlnu lledii and Fcathcra JI1-4I3 B.
10th street.
OMAHA unnmxc co.
Manufacturers of hicli Krnde Mattrefse ; , 1SOM
Nlrhnlat Street , Omaha ,
cn EUALL AND BlllltT FACTOUIF.3.
KAT/-XKVH.V.S COMI'AXY.
Mfcrs. Clothing , 1'antn , Shirts nnd Overalls
OMAHA. NEH.
BHIUT FACTOniKS.
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MIIIllASICA SIIIUT COSII'AXY.
Exchmlve custom ihlrt Ullorn. 1615 Farnam.
TINWAIIE.
WIWTKHX TIXU'AHK C'OMI'A.XY , J
I'lei-cd , Htninped and Japanned Tlnnare , Ornrv.
to Iron , Hollow Ware , -te.
1003 rurnain Bt. OMAHA.NEIl.
VINKC.AIl AN ! ) I'lUKI.KS.
IIAAItMANN VIMt\H CO. ,
Manaufaciurem of VIncKar , I'lcklo. Cutiup * .
MuBtnrdo , Celery and Worccnteriililro Snuce ,
WACJON8 AND UA HillAJ 1-23.
WILLIAM r
For a good Kubkluntlul vehicle of any detcrlp *
tlun , for repaintlnK or rubtx-r tlrui on new or old
vvhteli , thu Lett place U < 7th und
: > itt > nio.M ) OAHIIIACI : co.
Cheap , medium prin.il and tony carrlagn.
Any tnliiK you wunt. n-conJ band or new.
lleadiuurterii for Itubber tires , warranted. IS til
and Hurney , cppunlte Court Houte.
A. J.
MOO , Mil
Full line of Currloijcii , UuggleB , I'haetoni , I'an ;
Curie. Whc-clM rubber tlird. ' [ tie ben l > thi
cher.Deit. _
CIQAU MANUFACTL'HEUa.
11 i\ii & co.
factory In Ihu went. leading Jib.
U-r of Onmhu. KmiKm City. Lincoln and tit.
Junt-iili bundlu uur ioods. 100J 1'amam > tr k

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