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DinEOTORSl
. JOHNSON , President , ol BtetU , Johnton ft
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E. TOUZALIN , Tlc Preddtnl , ol 0. , B ft Q
B , R. , Cotton.
V , MORSE , ol W. V. lion * A Oo.
OHN S. COLLINS , ol 0. II , ft J. 8. Oolllni.
1 , U. WOOLWOUTH , Oountelloi and Attorr.tr.
L. B. REKD , ol Byron Reed & Oo.
B. W. YATE3 , Cuhter , lite Cwhler ol Iht rtrtl
Rational Bank ol Omaha , tail connected with
ot actlvs management ol ht Bulk line * til
arfpnluUoo In 1863.
OrMiD lor butln M AptU 27,1883 , with Iht
get ! caplUl ol jtuu * la hobrwk * .
OOU.BOTIOKI receive ipeclkl attention and thai
KM lowott obt ln le here or cltewber * .
biiKtsr allowed on time dcpoelU upon f ror-
kbit termi nd upon accounts ol bankt ted bank.
II.
II.rosJBai
rosJBai Einuxai , Government Bondi , and
Ooantr Mid City Etctlos bought and told.
It It prtpired to do a general banking buitnesi
all Iti details , and In the treatment ol cuitom-
* rt In will pursue the tnoat liberal pollcr conili *
lint wlth'safo banking.
J. W. KODEFER.
Broker.
Stocks , Bonds , Commercial Paper and all other
Good Securities dealt In
Iloom 4 , No. 28 Pearl St , , Council Bluffs , la.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
FINANCIAL
Bpedal Dispatch to TUB Uti.
NKW YORK , April 30.
Money Loaned at 41@10 per cent ,
doting offered at 4 per cent.
Prime Mercantile Paper 5@Q per
cent.
Sterling Exchange Bankers' bills dull
nnd steady at 4 82J ; sterling exchange de
mand , 4 851.
Governments were strong and advanced
i@i per cent.
On the stock market to-day the prlcet
on nearly all the shares show a considera
ble improvement upop the prices ruling
Saturday. Reading and Jersey Central
wore firm on the reports that money has
been provided for taking the latter out of
the hands of the receiver. A telegram to
Drezel , Morgan & Co. announces the Bile
to a London syndicate of 83,000,000 of
first mortgages bonds of the Oregon and
California railroad , This secures its com'
pletion to a point of Junction with the
California & Oregon branch of the Central
Pacific.
OOVB&NMBNTS.
S turd y. To-dty.
8' ' 103i 103i
6'a 102 * 113
tVt Coupons 113 * 113J
A , 119 ? H9i
Petfio S's of ' 95 127 127
BONDS.
Cettral Pacific firsts - . . . 114J 114
Erie seconds 97 ? OS
Lehigh & Wilkesbarre 10Jl 104
Louisiana coneols C4j 64 j
Missouri 6's 112 112
St. Joseph 110 IIOJ
St , Paul & Sioux City firsts. . 1101 110J
Tennessee 6'u 41J 41 $
do new . .40 41 $
Tesaa & Pacific land grants. . 044 G45
do K. G. div. . . . 81 > 4 83g
Union Paclfio 1st mortgage..114J 114
do land grants . .1074 10,4
do tlnking fund..llt51 116 $
Virginia 6'a 33 35
do consols G's 57i 37 i
do deferred 10 11
STOOKU.
Adams Express 129 127
Allegheny Central 115
Alton & Terre Haute 68 ! C8
do pfd. . . . 92 92 >
American Express 90 91 j
Burl. , Oedar fiaplda & North. 811 81
Canada Southern 664 Co }
0. , St. L , &P 120 $ 201
do pfd 153 53j ;
Central Pacific 70J 77f
Chesapeake & Ohio 21
do 1st pfd 31 }
do 3d pfd V3
4 Chicago & Alton 133 133) )
do pfd 135 13G
Ghl. , Bail. & Qnincy 125 12G- 1
ChL , 8t L. & New Orleans. . 80 80J
Cin. , Sand. & Cleveland 45
Clove. , Col. & Cincinnati 74j
Delaware & Hudnon canal 109i
Del. , Lack. & Western 128 ]
Denver & Uio Grande 48j 50.
Erie 37 37 ;
do pfd. . . 78 78
East Tennessee 1C
do preferred 214
Fort Wayne & Chicago 133 133
Hannibal & Bt. Joseph 39 39
do pfd. OH 93
Harlem 190 197
Houston & Texas Central 73
Illinois Central 144 144f
Ind. , Bloom. & Western 31 30.
Kaunas & Texas 301 * 0 >
Lake Erie & Western 30
Lake Shore & Michigan So. . .111 j 111
Louisville & Nashville 51
Loulsv. , New Alb. & Chicago . . . 55
M. &L. 1st ofd M
do do 2d pfd . . . 5
Memphis & Charleston 42
Michigan Control 94J 01
Memphis & St. Louis 23
do pfd. . . . ' C3
Missouri Pacific 1031 101
Mobile & Ohio 17
Morris & Essex 124
NoahvlUe & Chattanooga 6(3 (
New Jersey Central 76 | 70
Norfolk & W 45
Northern Pacific 504 51
do pfd 87 § 69
Northwestern 1341 135
do pfd. 150J 151
. . .New York Central 125 125
ihlo Central 1
Jhlo & Mississippi. 34 34
f do pfd..105g 105
Ontario & Western 28
Oregon Transcontinental 85
Pacific Mail 4
Panama. ICi
Peoria , Decatar& Evansv. . . 20J 20
Flttsburg & Cleveland 1341 ] 31
Pullman Palace Oar 12 !
Heading 5 !
Rock Island 123 12
Bt. Louis & San Fran 32 3
do pfd 5
do 1st pfd . . . 9
St , Paul & Milwaukee 10. 10
do pfd. . . 119J 11
Bt Paul , Minn. & Manitoba. 1294 13
Bt. Paul & Omaha 89 I
da pfd 1008 10
Texia & Paclfio 391 3
Union Paclfio 07 § 9
United States Express 5a
W&bwh , St. L. & Pacific. . . . 291 29J
do pfd. 47 471
Wells , Fargo & Co. Express. . . . 124
Western Union Telegraph. . . 821 8-I
liomeetake 15
Ontario SO
Quicksilver a
do pM 42i
Botro 21
GROSS KICHAKQH.
,
BosiOX , April 30.The following is the
total grot ! exchanges at twenty-five lead *
lag cletrlng bouses of the United States
for the week endlnff April 28 , with per
MEt t of comparison with the total
-on exchanges of the same clearing
houtei for the corresponding week of !
l&SJ Total $904,118,442 , A decreate of
17,9 p cent.
The mannfM.nrew of oleotrio coi-
Ub T6 tried In T ln to iuppl nt the ;
old r Utl nulo trm embtaoer ,
IpecUl DtipitchM Io TBI Dtt.
CHICAGO.
Onio/koo / , April 30. Flour Market
quiet aud unchanged ,
Wheat Market moderately actir and
higher ; 111 | for April ) 11V@1 12i for
May ; 1 14Jil 14g for Jnne ; 116 11G
for July ; 113@i 131 for Auguit ) 109
for the year ) No. 2 Chicago apilncr , 1113
@l 111 ; No. 3 Chicago tprlog , 95c ; No , S
red wiuter. 1121.
Corn Market quiet but steady , and
generally higher ; o5Jo for oath ) Mo for
April ) 65g@654o for May ; 678@57Jo for
June ) 69jja for July ) COo for August ;
61io fir the year.
Oata Demand active , and prices have
abvanced ; 40Jo for c eh and April ; 40ic@
40j for May ) 42@42jio for June ) 41o for
July ; 35 : for August ; 33@3Sio for the
year.
year.Uye Market steady at GOlo ,
Barley Market quiet at bO@83o.
Flax Seed-Market quiet but ttoady at
1 44@1 45.
Pork Market active , firm and higher ;
19 4519 60 for catb , April and May ;
19G2i@19G5 for June ; 19 824@19 85 for
July ; 20 00 for August ; 17 SO tor the
year
Lard Market active and prices have
advanced ; 11 07i@ll 70 for cash , April
and MAV ; 11 8511 874 for June : 11 95
@ 11 974 IT July ; 11 874@11 90 for Au-
gutt ; 10 75@10 80 for the year.
Bulk Meats In fair demand ; shoulders ,
8 10 ; short rib , 10 75 ; abort clear , 11 00.
Butter -Market quiet and unchanged.
Egga In fair demand at 15c.
Whisky Market steady and un
changed.
Freights Rates on corn to Buffalo , 84o
per bushel.
CALL BOARD. Wheat Demand active ,
but market Irregular ; declined Jo for May ;
advanced jo for Auguet.
Corn Moderately .active and higher ;
advanced Jo fur May ; advanced | o fur
June ,
Oati Demand active and prlcea have
advanced ; advanced io for May and July )
| o for June nnd August.
Imrd Active but lower ; declined Hjc.
Pork Demand active , but market Ir
regular ; 19 474 f ° r May ; 19 074 for June ;
19 85 for July ; 19 974 for August.
NEW TOBK.
NKW YOUK , April 30. Flour Market
firmj ; super-state western , 3 80@4 25 ;
common to peed extra , 4 15@4 50 ; extra
Ohio , 4 15@7 00 ; St. Louis , 4 10@7 25
\Vheat-Caab lots 4@lc , options l
higher : ungraded spring , 1 (14 ( ; ungraded
red 1 02@l 211 ; No. S red , 1184 ; steamer ,
No. 2 red , 1174 ; No2 red 1 22J ; ungraded
white , 1 09@1 2G ; No. 1 white , 112.
Corn Cash lots unsettled and l@jo |
lower ; options opened i@ia lower but
were afterwards stronger and reacted } ©
4c , closing dull ; ungraded , 61 < gG4c ; No.
3 , GGJc ; steamer , 6GJ@GGic ; No. 2 , G7i ©
G8J.Oats
Oats Market i@4 ° higher ; mixed west
ern. 60@52c ; white western , 52@57o.
Eegs Market heavy and lower ; western
fresb , 101@16Jc.
P > rk Market quiet but strong ; now
mess , 1990@2000 ; options at nominal
rates ,
Cut Meats Market dull and nominal.
Lard Market higher ; prime steam ,
1190 for Ma1181@1190 ; for June ;
llbG@U9G for July ; 1190@1197 for
August ; 11 99@11 97 lor October.
ST. LOUIS.
ST. Louis , April 30. Flour Quiet
and unchanged.
Wheat Market higher and fairly active ;
No. 2 red fall , 112@1 12i for cash ; 112
@ 112J for May ; 114@114J for June ;
1 12 @ 1 131 for July ; IIOJ ® ! 12J for
August ; 1 OUV@1 101 for the year , No. 3
red fall , 1 054 bid.
Corn Market a shade better ? 554@55jp
tor cash and May ; 533@534c for June ; 55jj
( S)55go ) for July ; 5CJa for August ) 464 ®
IGfjc for the year.
Oats Market firmer ; 424o for cash ; 42c
for May ; 431a for June ; 40J@401c for July.
Barley Market nominal at 55ffi75c.
Corn Meal Market firm at 2 60.
Butter Market firm ; dairy , 20@25c ;
creimery , 27 ( < | 30o.
Eggs Steady at 13.
Whisky Market quiet and unchanged
at 1 14.
Pork Market better ; jobbing 19 GO for
cash ; 19 35 bid for May and June.
Bulk Meats Market firmly held ; no
salea.
Bacon Market quiet ; long clear , 11 60
ahnrt clear , 11374
Lard Market slow ; 11 25 bid.
AriBKNOON BoAUD. Wheat Firm
1123 for May ; 114 | for Jnne ; 1 18 for
July ; 112 for August ; 110J for the year ,
Corn Hleher ; 51152a for May ; 53i (
for June5Gj2 for Auguat ; 4Cjofor the year ,
Oats Higher ; 42o Id for May ; 43-jo foi
June ; 40c for July ; 32o bid for the year ,
KANSAS CITY ,
KANSAS CITY , April 30. Wheat-
Market steady : No. 2 red fall. 944o blc'
for cash ; 95@95jjc for May ; 97io bid fo
June ,
Com Market weaker ; 42Jo bid for cash
42g@42Jo for May ; 50Jo for June.
Oats Market slow ; SSJjbld for cash
3Gobid for May.
TOLEDO.
TOLEDO , April 30. Noon Board ,
Wheat Market firm ; No. 2 red winter ,
1 13j for cash and May ; 110 } for June
11G1 for July ; 1 15 } for August ; 115J f o :
September ; 11GJ lor October ; 1134
for year.
Corn Market steady ; high mixed , Gljc
No. 2 , 584o for cash and May ; GOc fo :
June ; 01 Jo for July.
OataMarket dull ; No. 2 , 44o for cash
and My.
MABKKT GLOBED
Wheat Stronger ; No. 2 red winter ;
114J for cash and May ; 110 for Jun
and Julj ; 1154 bid for August : 1103 fo
Ssptember ; 1 lt < 4 for October ; 113 bid fo :
thf year.
Corn Dull and unchanged ; 58jc bid fo
blzh mixed , No 2 , 57o bid for caab ; 59g@
694o for June ; 63 o lor July.
Oata Quiet and unchanged ,
LIVERPOOL.
LiVEBi'OOL. April SO. Flour 11 © 11
Od.
Od.Wheat
Wheat Wintes , 8alOd-9j 2d ; Nc.
California , 9d9i ( 2d ; No. 1 do , 9s 3d.
Corn 5s@5 7d.
A special suya in wheat and oorn no
mnoh it doing , Ofi the coast wheat am
oorn la dull. To arrive wheat and con
are dull and neglected. The demand I
for the United Kingdom and the conti
nent. Mark Lne wheat is dull , Corn It
steady.
STCG'rf
Special CUjntchec to Tut Btl.
OHICiQO.
OHIOAQO , April 3 } The Drnveru' Jcar-
nal rep Tin Sfl lolloivu :
iJ.Hoga Slow , aad6@10o lower , nnd uneven -
even and weak ; mliecj , 7 00@7 30 ; heavy ,
7 30@7 70j light , 7 00@7 45j skips , 4 C0@
070.
070.Oattle
Oattle Market fair , steady and un
changed ; exports , demand not veryBtrong
at U 20@G 50 ; eood to choice fchiuplufr ,
5 80@G 10 ; common to fair , 5 30C ,5 75.
Sheep Steady ; common to fvlr wooled , ,
375@ i75 ; medium to Kood , 500@j75.
LIVEItPnOL
The Drovers' Journal Liverpool cable-
uram denotes an an Improvement nf J °
In cattle , acd a steady market for sheep. >
Best cattle * , ICe per lb , estimated dead
weight ; sheep , 19o.
HT , LOOia.
ST. Louis , April 30. Hogs-Good
light shipping , 7 20@7 35 ; mixed to best
uacklng , 710(97 ( 40 ; butchers' to extra ,
740@7CO
Cattle Supply liberal ! and thlpplng
grades tlow ; heavy steers , Including
ports , 600@050 ; light , 5 40@5 90 ; com
mon , 5 00@5 50 ; fair to bet cows , 4 25 ig (
5 25 ; common , 3 50@4 00 ; good corn fed
Texant 4 755 50.
Sheep Market qnlet ; clipped range ,
400@550 ; there Is no dtmand for tin-
- shorn.
KAX8AI OITT.
Kutiu Orrr , April SO. Th Oommtr-
Cattle Market lower nnd weak ) ateom ,
1010 to 1275 po nd , 6 0@J76 ; ttockert
and fcedtrd , 4 25@4 SO ; cows , 3 50 ®
500MORS
MORS Market easy and tlow i\t 7 0 @
7 35 ; the bulk of tales at 7 107 20.
Sheep Market quiet and unchanged )
400.
NI\T IOHK ,
Nsw YOHK , April 30 , The Drorers
Journal liuroatt reports i
litaves Market dull and a trifle lower
for middle grades ; extretnei , G C0@755 per
cwt ; tteers , 5 tO@5 8.1 ; operators uiod 60
carloads ,
Sheep Market ttcady ) 47t@GOO per
cwt for clipped theep ; 5 757 76 for un
shorn ; 7 50 9 00 for nnthorn yearllngi ;
clipped thoep , 4 005 55.
Hogt Market firmer for live hogi ; 7 80
@ 8 12 per owt.
MISOBLLANEOUB ,
Special Dlipatchd to Tni Bn.
niUTlHH OIU1N TIUDH.
April 30. The Mark Lane
Gxpreis in R review of the lirltlsh grain
trade for the past week , sayt : the weather
early In the week tllghtly damaged the
crops. Trade it qenerally better. Fine
English wheat closed la better. Foreign
wheat Is cheaper. Cargoes In small de
mand at weakening rate * ; there were 0 ar
rivals and 5 tales. Futures neglected red
winter wheat , Is Cd lower. Flour weaker.
Foreign Hour dltlteult of Bale on account
of large arrivals. Barley nud oats nro un
changed. Foreign barley is firtn and < iulet.
Foreign oat ) are unchanged Maize Hat
and 3d dearer ; round quiet and cheaper.
The sttei of Kngllsh wheat for the past
week nre 01,022 quarter * at 42 < * g inst
11,702 quarters at 4Gg lid the correspond
ing period of last year.
nut aooi)3 ,
NEW YOHK , April 30. The new de
mand baa been of an Indltloieut character ,
and mostly for very moderate solectfanb
of spo.laitiesadaptoa tn immediate want. " ,
the firmer and higher cottcn market at
tracting Attention , and not without stend *
onlng the eilect on the pricu * . Everett
blue denims advanced 6 per cent , and fair
sales thereat.
TRAFFIC.
Special Dlipatchoe to Tut D .
LIVK STOCK.
CHICAGO , April 30 , tteccipta end ship.
monUi of live stock for the post lit
hours have been as follows :
Keo ts. Shlpm'td.
Hogs 15,000 2,000
Cattle C.Oi.0 1,500
Sheep 2oOO L'OO
NKW YOBK , April 30. Receipts and
shipments of live stock for the past 24
hcura have been as follows :
lloo'ta Bhlp'ta
Bsevea 4,900
Quarters of beef
Carca-ias of mutton. . . . . .
Sheep 7,600
Hogs 10,400
ST. Lows , . April 30. Receipt * and
shipments of live stock foi the past 31
hours have been aa follows :
Rec'te. Bhlpm'ta.
Cattle 2,100 100
Sheep 000
Hogs. 4,700 400
KANSAS CITT , April 30. Receipts and
shipments of live stock for the paat 24
houra have been ai follows :
Reo'tn. Bhlpm'ta.
Cattle 000
Hogs 3,001
Sheep 75 . . .
FLOnn ANT ) CHAINS
OuiOAQO , April 30 , Rocelpta and ship
menU of flour and grain for the paat
24 houra have been an follows :
Receipts. Shlp'ta.
Flonr-bbls 0.000
Wheat bushels 30,000
Com " 78,000
Oath " 181,000
Rye- " 8,000
Barley- " 10,000
Nsw YOBK , April 30 , Receipt * and
shipments of flour and grain for the pis'
24 hours have been as follows :
Receipts Bhc'ta
"
Flour bbls 15,000" G,00 (
Wheat bushels 23,000 249,0K
Corn- " 64,000 144.00C
Oata- " 67,000 15r
ST , LOOTS , April 30 , Receipts am
shipments of flour and grain for the paal
48 houra have been as follows :
Recelots. Bhip'U
Floor barrel 00,000 7.00C
Wheat bushels 13,000 5.00C
Com " 52,000 184.00C
Data " 39,000 18.00C
Rye " 1,000
Barley- " 1,000
TOLIDO , April 30. Receipts and ship
ments of flour and grain for the post 2
hovire have been as follows :
Iloc'ts. Shipm'ta
Wheat 28,000 SOO.COf
Corn 22,000 63,00
Data \ 5,000 1,00
KANSAS Crrr , April 30. Receipts an
ehipments of grain for the past
houra have been as follows :
Reo'ts. Shlp'fc
Wheat , buBhela 10,000 2,00
Corn " 12.000 31,00
OMAHA MAKKldTS.
AVbolotala Prlocn.
Orrios or THE OMAHA BIT , I
Monday Kvoning , April 30 , f
No changes reported in the marki at
to-day ,
drain.
WHEAT.-Cosh No. 2 , 03oj cwjh N o ,
3 , 78Ao ; rejected , 74c.
BARLEY. Cash No. 2 , 05cj No. 8 ,
42c.
42c.RYE
RYE Oa8h4Cc.
CORN New mixed , 38o.
OATS 3Gc.
SEEDS Blue grass seed , 125@150 ;
t'motby seed , 2 10@2 25 ; red clover seed ,
9 00 ; white clover seed. 13 00 ; millet seed ,
1 00 ; Hungarian seed , 1 10 ; orchard grass
seed , 2 60.
Live Stock.
CATTLE-Fat ateers , $500@5 60.
FAT COWS-$4 00@4 25.
HOOS-$025@7 < 0.
SHEEP-$4 50@5 00.
Produce.
POTATOES 40@45o per onshel.
ONIONS 40@50o per bushel.
BUTTER -Choice country , lOo.
EGGS Kresh , 13jo.
HONEY Caltioraia. perlb , 81.
APPLES Per barrel , 82 25ra3 25.
ORANGES-Meflsin , 4 00@ 5 00.
LEMONa-$5 00@5 60 i > er box.
BEANS Novy p r huBhel , 2 B0@2 75
Flour and MlllitulTs ,
Beat winter wheat- 00@3 75.
Second quality winter wheat 275@325.
le ! t spring wheat 2 0' ' ) @ 2 75.
Second quality tpriut ; wheat 2 40@2 50.
Bran , per ton 1000.
Chopped Feed , per ton 1C 00.
Poultry.
CHICKENS Live per doz. , $1
4 50. Dressed , per lb. , 15c.
, per lb , , loc.
ieTUKKKYS170. .
Grocers
CANNED O < HIH tutors , ( Dtond-
ard ) , per case , 3 70@390 ; strawber
ries , 2 lb , per case , 2 40 , rasp . ,
berries , 2 lb , per case , 3 50. Dam-
tons , 2 lb , per case , 2 45 , Bartlett
pears per case , 2 40. Whortleberries
per case , 2 75. Egg plums , 2 lb percwse,2 90 ;
Green gages,2 lb per case , 2 90 ; do choice i , ,
lb per case 1 50. Pine Apnlea , 2 lb , per case
4 00(515 ( 76. Peaches , 2 ft per case , 3 00 ) ;
do 3 lb. case , 4 00@4 50 ; do , ( pie ) , 3 lb , per
ca 8.2CO _ ; dojile , 6 lb , per down , S 80.
LARD Omaha Hefiainlnt ; Co. : Tiercel ,
12o ; 40 and 60-lb cam , 12Jo ; 20-lb cans ,
129o ; 10-lb palls , torew top. 12Jo ; 6-lb do ,
12ic : 3-lb do , 12io.
RICE LouUiana prime to choice , 720
801 fair , 7fi 7tc | Patma , 6Jo.
FISH No. 1 macktr * ! , half brl * . 7 60 ,
r1 1 Mo. 1 mMkenl , kl s , 1 00 ; famllr mack.
kits , 1 05.
( JU KU C , Klo , fair , Hoi Illo , good
llio ; iJtlras to choice , 13 to lajo ) Old gor't
Javal8o@3lo.
SYRUP Standard Com. , 44o , bbls. |
Standartl do , 44 gallon kogn , $3 05 ; .Stan. .
dard do , 4 gallon keg * , 91 95.
SODA In lb paper * , $3.80 per case ; keg
toda. 2c.
NEW PICKLES Medlam , In barrels
87 00 ; do in half bbls , 4 00 ; tmalls , In bblt
900 do , In half bblt , 500 } gherkins , In
bblt. 11 00 ; Oo , ! n half bblt , G 00 ,
TEAS .Gunpowder , good , 45@55 ;
Oboloe , 60@75o ; Imperial , good , 40@46o ;
Oboloe , 0075o | Young Hyton , good , 80 ®
SOo ; eholoe , 65c@31 OOt Japan Nat Leaf ,
BCet Japan , choice , 0075o ] [ Oolong , good ,
8540 ; Oolong , cho.oe , 40 55 | Souchong ,
Kood. 85(3403 ( } choice , 3646o.
ROPE Sisal. 4 Inch and parser , llo ;
B inch , Hit ; 1 Inch. 12o.
WOODENWARE Two hoop palli ,
1 75 ; three hoop palls , 3 00. Tubs. No.
1. 8 50 ; Pioneer wathboardt , 1 85 Donble
Crown 2 90 : Wellbuckcte , B 60 ,
LEAD-Bar , SI 66
SOAPS Kirk'i Savon Imperial , 345 ;
Kirk'i tatltMt , S 60 ; Kirk'i ttandard , S 75 ;
Kirk'i white Kunltn. 5 25i Kirk's
Eutoca , 316 Kirk's Prairie Queen ,
(100 ( cakes ) . 40 ; Kirk'i magnolia dot. ,
POTASH Pennsylvania cans , 4 case ,
In cose , S 85 ; Babbitt's Ball 2 doz. In case ,
1 90 : Anchor Dull 2 dor. In case 1 60.
PEANUTS Koasted , choice , rod Tennessee -
nessoe , lOoper lb ) fanoy white , 104o porlb ;
raw white Virginia raw , lOo ) roasted
12 c.
CANDLES Boxet , 40 Ibs.lfs , 15tfc ; flu ,
15Jo ; bcion 40 Ibs. , 16 01. , 6s , 15Jn.
MATCHES Per caddie , 96o | round ,
oaten. SS 10 : square , casre , 05 40 ,
VINEGAH 1'uie ipplo extra , 16ct
pnre npple , 13c | Piuteine uuro annlo , IGo.
SALT. Driy Ion-is , per bbl , 1 85 ; Ash-
MO , in sno ks , 8 60 ; bbls dairy 60 , 61 , tl M
SUGARS Powdered , lOlo : Cut loaf ,
lOlcj Granulated , 91c ; Confectioners' A ,
9k ; Standard Extra O , 8gc ; Extra 0 ,
840 ; mudlum yellow. 7Jo ; dark yellow , 71c.
STAKOH. Pearl. 440 ; Silver Glotm
91c ; Cora Starch , 9isj ExcclslcrGlow ,
7)0 t Oorn. 8 a
. MEATS Hams per lb. , 131o ; bacon
per lb. , 131c ; clear side bacon per lb. , life ;
dry salt tides per lb. , 91c ; dry salt slues
per lb. , 10c ; bacon shoulders per ) b.
84o ; tierce lard per lb. ; lie ,
SPICES. Pepper , 31 | Allsplo ) , 18
JRVB , 26iGilc,2 | Mocha , 28ioi Arbnokle's
141o.UHEE3H
UHEE3H Full Cream , 14&4) ) Part
Slclm , lla.
LYE American , S 40 : Greenwich , 3 40 :
Western , 2 76 ; North Star , 2 OC | Lewie' '
lye , 4 G' Jowell lye , 2 76.
FEED Jobbing prices , Chop food
(1.50 per 100 Ibs. ; chop corn , $1.40 ; brnn ,
70o per 100 Ibs.
HOMINY New 93 50 per bhl.
Dry Ooodi.
BUOWN COTTONS Atlantic A , 8io )
Appleton XX , 7c ; Atlanta A , So ; Boot ,
FF , 8c ; Buckeye LL , 4-4 , 7o ; Cabot W.
7ioj Chlttenongo A. Olc ; Ureat FnlU E ,
8c ; Hooeler , 640 : Honest Width , So , In
dian Head A , 80 ; Indian Standard A ,
8Jc ; Indian Orchard d. w. , 81o ; Lawrence
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FINE BROWN COTTONS Allendole
M : 74o ; AUIgator 8-4 , 8oj Argyln 4-4 , 7J ;
Atlantic LL , 6ioi Badger State X 4-4 , Clo ;
Bennlngton 0 4-4 , Cjc ; Buckeye S. 4-4 , Gfcoo
Indian Orchard AA 9-8. Sic ; Laconla O
39 , 8io ; Lehigh E 4-4 , 9lo ; Pepperoll N
80 , 7pj do O 32 , 71o ; do R 86 , 7Jc ; do E 39 ,
840 , Yocasset 0 4-4 , 7 c ; Wamsutta 4-4
ISoBLEACHED
BLEACHED COTTONS Androsoog
gin L 4-4 , Die : Blackstone A A Imperial 8Sc ;
do do half bleached 4-4,9c ; Cabot 4-4,8J
Fidelity4-4 , 9JcFruit ; of theLoom. 91 ; do
can.bric4-4,12JcdoW ; terTwist,10icGroat ;
Falls O , 9o ; Indian Head shrunk 4-4 , 12c ;
I/onsdalo. lOo ; do cambric 37 , 121o ; New
York Mills. I24c ; Poquot A,10o ; Pepperol
N G Twills , 134c ; Pocnhontaa 4-4 , 91o
PocasBet 4-4 , Sic ; Utloa , lie ) Wamsntta
O X X , 12)to. )
DUOKS Colored ) Albany K brown
80 ; do O , drab , UK do X < x stripes am
plnlds , 121c ; do XXX brown and drab
ntrii > ea and plaids , ISJe ; Arlington fancy
! Br9c : unawick brown , 81c ; Chariot fancy
124c ; do extra heavy , 20o ; Fall Rive
brown , extra heavy , lllc ; Indiana f
brown lRm Neoonsct A brown. 15o
TlUKl Ga Amoskeo , ; A ( J A 8 !
19c ; do XX blue 32 , 1840 ; Arrowacna
age " ; Claremont B B , 151o : Gonestogaxo [
tra , 171o ; Hamilton D , Ilia Lewiston < >
30,15o ; Mlnuehaha 4-4. SOo ; Omega supe
extra 4-4. 28o ; Pearl River 82. ISJo ; Put
nam XX blue stripe , 12o ; Shetuoket
lOlo ; do SS 12o : Yeoman's bine 29 ,
DENIMS. Amotkeak , bluoandbronn
IGJc ; Andover DD blue , 161c ; ArllngX
blue Scotch , 18lo ; Concord OOO , blue aw
brown. 12ic ; do AAA , do do 134 ; do XXfc
do do 144o Haymaker1 * blue and brown
94o ; Mystic River DD stripe , 164o ; Pear
River , blue and brown , 16o ; Unoatvllle
blue and brown , 141c ,
CAMBRICS Barnard , 64o ; Eddyston
lining , 24 inch double taoe , 840 ; Garner
glazed , Floj Manhattan glove finish , 6J
Newport do 60 ; do glazed , 5Jo | Pequot i
60 : Lockwood kid finish 60.
CORSET JEANS Amory , 8oAndro ;
coggin sat teen 8Jo ; Clarendon , 62oCone ;
oHsa satteens , 71c ; Hallowel > , Bo ; InMI
Orchard 74o ; Narr gansett , improved , 84
Pepperill sattoen 04o ; Rockport , 7Jo ,
PRINTS Aliens , 6io ; American , Bio
Arnold , 7o ; Berwick , 4Jc ; Cocheco , To
Oonestoga. 61o ; Dunkirk , J Dunnel
6J@7c ; Eddystone , 7o ; Gloucester , 60
Harmony , SJo ; Knickerbocker , 64o ; Me
ri ao D. 7c ; Mystic , Clo ; Sprarues , C <
Southbrtdgo , 6c ; do , Ginghams , 7c ; Mar
boru , Me ; Oriental 6io.
GINGHAMS Am'wikeng , 91cj Argyll "i
lOiut Atlantic , 9c ; Cumberland , 7i
Highland , 71c ; Konllwortb , OJc | Plun-
kett , 9kci Sussex , 8c
COTTONADE3 Abbervllle 181o
Agate , 20c ; American , lie ; Artlslan , SOc ;
Cairo D and T , 134c ; Olarku D and T'
174c ; Deccan Co. stripes D and T , 16o ; Key
stone , IHJc ; Nantucket , 19c ; Nonpareil
IGc ; Ocean D and T , ISle ; Royal , 1611
Bunsex , 12o ; Tioga , lUlc ; Waohusett shirt
In ? checks. 12Jc ; do , Nankin , 131o ; York ,
plain MAnkln. 12jc ; do , checks , stripea and
f anov. 12 o ; do , 8 o 30c.
SHEETINGS-AntiroscogsIn 10-4,37iol
do 9.4 , 23o ; do 8-4 , 22c ; Oontlnenta'jp '
42 , lie , Fruit of the Loom 10-4 , 271 ; 1
York mllhi98 , 860 ; do 78 , SOc : do 68. 22o | ,
Pembroke 10-4 , . 35o ; PeqnotlC-4 , 284c , do
74 , 10o do 49 , 16c ; Pepperell 90. Iodo
do 67. 31odo ; 67 , 18o ; Utlca 96 , 36o ; do
58 , 3240) ) do 48.17c.
Drugs.
DRUGS AND CHEMIOA LS - &cld ,
Carbolic , 60cj Aold , Tartarlo. 65o | Balsam
Copabla , per lb , 70o ; Bark. Sasoofras , per
lb , IZ'-i OaloroeL per lb , 75o ; Olnchonldi * ,
per oz , 9110 ; Chloroform , per lb , 90o ;
Dover's powden , per lb , 81 25 ; Epsom
Salts , per lb , 34c ; Glycorlne , pure pe' bl.
SOc ; Lead , Acetate , per lb , 22o
Oil , Caator , No. 1 , per gal , * 1 25 ;
Oil , Castor , No. S , per gal , $115 , Oil ,
Olive , per gal. SI 50 ; Oil , Origanum. 50 ;
Opium , 85 f 0 ; Quinine P. * W. A R. A S. ,
per oz , $1 85 ; Potassium , Iodide , per lb
1175 ; Balacin , per oz , 40c ; Sulphate o
Morphine , fier oz , 83 85 ; Bnlpnur floor
per lb , 4ci Strvchnlne. tier oz , Cl Al ,
P < lntt Oils nnd V rrlihtt
OILS 110 * oarbon , per gallon ,
12o ; 150 * headlight , per gallon ,
14c ; 175' headlight , per gallon , 19o ) ;
160' Water White , 18c ; llnseod ,
raw , per fallen , &G ; linseed , boiled ,
per gallon , 59c ; Urd , winter ttr'd , per gal ,
Ion , P5 ; No. 1 , 85c ; No. 2 , 75c ; castor ,
XXX. pf r gallon , 1 30 ; No. 3,1 20 ; sweet ,
per gallon. 85o : ipenn , W , B. , per gallon ,
m1 75) ) fish , W. B. , per gallon , 75o ) neatsfoot ,
extra , per gallon , 90oj No , 1 , 75c ; lubri
cating , zero , per gallon , 30o | summer , 15c ,
golden machine , No. 1 , per gallon , 35e ; No.
30 : sperm , signal , per gallon , 80c : turpentine -
pentine , per gallon , 65c | tiaptha , 71 , per
gallon , 18o : 64 % 17o
PAINTS IN OIL White lead , Omaht
P , P. . 6or white lead , St. Louti , pun , Gfn |
jcanelllei green , 1 to 6 ft cam , 20c
French zinc , noen MaL 12o | French zinc ,
red seal , lie ; Jfrtnch zinc , in vwnUh Mit ,
20ot French tInoe , In ol ( Mit 15ej Ban
add burnt timber , 1 ft tanj lOt ] raw And
burnt Bltnna , 10 i vandyk * brownS
; ' refold lamybhok , 13 i och black and
. 1017 black , 1U ) drop bla k , It * PrwlM
tiiullor
Kreon , L. M , ft D , , Hi ; ; Parlt green , I8c )
Indian rod , 16o ! Venetian red. 9o | Tnttati
( in , 22c | Atuerlcan Vermilion , I. A P , , 18c |
chrome yellow , L. , M , , O. A D 0 , , 18o ;
yellow ochre , 9c | golden ochre , 18) ) patent
dryer , 8c ; graining colon t light oak , dark
oak. walnut. * bcttnut and Mb 15o.
Dry Palntt
White lead , 8c ) French ilno. lOci Par
whltetng 24o ) whiting gllden. IJo )
tthltlng com7 ! , lie ) lampblack German ,
town , 14c ) Itmpblack , ordinary , 10o | Pnu >
sian blue , 55o ) ultramarine , 18c ) Vandyke
Lrawn , 8c | umber , burnt , 4ai umber , raw
4ctlonna ; , burn t , 4ci sienna , raw , 4o
Parli green genuine , 35o ) Parli green com'
20cj chrome green , N. Y. ' 20oj chrom
green K. , 12c ) vermilllon , Eng , , 70c ; vermillion
million , America , 18c ) Indian red , lOc
rose pink , 14o ) Venetian read , Cokntoto
2Joi Venetian red Am. , lie ) rod lead , 7Jo |
ohromo yellow , genuine , 20o hrome vol.
low , K. , 12o ) ochre , rochelle So ; ochre
French. 2Jc | ochre , American , 2cj
Winter's mineral. 24o ; lehlga brown. 2Jot
tpanith brown , 24c > Trince'i mineral So ,
VARNISHKS-Barrels per gallon
Furniture , extra , 81 10 : furniture , No. 1
81) ) coach , extra , 81 40) ) oaoh. No. 1 ,
81 20 ; Damar , extra , 81 75) ) apan , 70o ; a
phalturn , extra , 85o ) ihella IS CO ) hard
oil finish. 81 80.
80.Hld&i
Hld&i , Fura , Etc
HIDES ( .trocn butchor'i hides , CJ@
7c cured GJ@74 ° I hldoR , green tall ,
dry flint , lound , 12@13o ) dry oalt
and kip , 12@14ot dry salt bidet , Bound ,
10@llc ) erocn call. wt. 8 o 16 DM. . ll12c ;
green calf , wt , nu < ( or 8 Tba , per tkln , 50o )
Krcoujxiltii , 50381 25 ; green lamb skins ,
91 251 Mi ) dnmngod hides , two-third rate ,
cut poorml otul one grub , classed two-
ULIrda ruto , ) lirsuiieci hliloH 10 per cent , off
Coon tklu , No. 1 , 45c ; No. 7 , SOo ) No. 1
20 ; No. i , lOo. Mink , No , 1,300) ) No. 2
15c ; No. 8,1 So ; No. 4 , 60. Fox , No.lk ,
GOp ; No. ? , 25o. Skunk , No. 1 , bBo )
CI-ci rhoru Hrlpo , 40nt narrow stripe *
broad atrlpa , lOa. Tnllow 7c ,
Leather.
Oak sole , 38o to 42c ! ; liomlock sole , JSo to
S5cj hemlock kip. SOo to 100) ) runner ,
C5c to EOo ; hemlock ci lf , 85o to 1 20 ; hem.
lock upper , 23o to 2l"c ; oak upper , 34c ;
alligator. 4 ( X ) to 6 50 ; cnlf kid , 3aS.1o'
Grotaou kid , 2 50 to 275 ; onk kip , 80o to
1 00 ; oak calf , 110 ! to 1 SO ; French kip ,
1 10 to 1 5C ; French cnlf , 1 25 to 2 00 ; rus-
sotU. 5 50 to 7 50 ; linings , 6 00 to 10 50 ;
topntngn , 9 00 to 10 50 ; B. L. Morocco , BOc
to 35c ; pobblq O , D. Morocco , 35o ) tluiou ;
a ro td a oo.
HAUNKSS-Not . ar oak , 42o ) No 3
do , 39cj ft. 1 Ohio oak , 38o ) No. 2 do ,
S5oi No. 1 Milwaukee , 37o ; No. 3 do 34c.
Lumbar.
WHOLISALI.
We quote lumber , lain and ohlngloi on
cars at Omaha at the following price" !
JOIST AND SOANTLINO-16 ft. and
under , $22 00) ) 18 ft. , 823 50.
TIMBERS 10 ft. and under. 822 00.
TIMBER AND JOIST 18 ft. , 823 60 ;
2C ft ,823 50i 23 ft. , 826 50 ; 34 ft. 826 60.
FENCING No. 1 , 4 and 6 In. , 824 00 ;
No. 2. 822 00.
SHEETING No. 1 (2nd ( common
boards ) , 830 00 ; No. 3 , 818 00.
LIME Par barrel , 81 25) ) bulk per out-
35o ; Cement , bbl , 82 36 Iowa platter
bbl , 83 60. Hair per bn. COo. Tarred
felt 100 Ibs. 83 60. Straw board , 83 60.
Heavy Hardware Lltt.
Iron , rates , 82 80 ; plow steel , ipeolal
east , 7o ; oruolblo,8o ; special or German,6o )
cant tool do. 15g)20 ( ) wagon spokes , sot.
2 253 00 ; hcbt , per set , 125 ; felloes , sawed
dry. 1 40 ; tongues , each , 70@86c ; axles ,
each , 76c ; square nut * , per lb , 7@llc ;
washen. per lb. 8lHo : rivets , per lb , lie ;
cell chain , per lb , 6@12o ; malleable , 80 ;
Iron wedges , Co ; crowbars , 60 harrow
teeth , 4c ; spring tool , 78c ; Burden's
horankhops. R 2i ; Burdon'o mnloshoos , 6 25.
BAKBED WIUE In car lots , In ©
7io per 100.
NAILS llatea. 10 to OOtf. 3 50.
SHOT. Shot , 81.85 ; Buck shot , 82.10 ,
Oriental Powder , kogo , 86.40) ) do. , hal
kegs , 83.48 ; do. , quarter kftg , $1,88 ; Blast
bg , kesB , CA35 : Fuuo , per 100 foot 60o.
COAL Cumberland blacksmith , 812 ;
Morris Run Blopaburg , $12 ; WhltobroaBt
lump , 34 50 ; WhltobroMt nut , 81 50 ; Iowa
lump , 81 60 ; IOWA nut 34 50 ; Rook Spring ,
8700 ; Anthracite. 811 5C@12 00 ; Canon
City , $7 00 per ton.
Hortei and Mules.
Extra draft bones , 8175. to 225. ) Com
mon dr.tft hornet , 8100. to 150. ) Extra
farm horaoa , 8110. to 125. ) Common to
good farm home ? . 890 to 8100. ) Extra
plugn. 860. to 75 , | Common plugs , 820.
to $40.
MULES. ( Eitrn ) , 8125 , to 160. } good ,
8100. to 140. ; fair , 875 , to 100. ) common ,
860. to 75.
Llquort
ALCOHOL 188 proof , S 25 per wine
gallon ) extra California spirltt , 187 proof ,
125 per proof gallon ; triple refined spirits
187 proof , 133 per proof gallon ; re-dlstllled
whiskies , 1 00@1 50 ; fine blended 1 60 ®
3 60) Kentucky bourbons , 200@7 00 ; Ken
tucky and Pennsylvania ryes , 2 00@7 00.
BRANDIES-Importod , 16 00 < il6 00) )
domestlo 1 404 00.
GINS-Irrported , 4 60 6 00 ] domestic ,
1 40@3 00.
RUMS Imported , 4 606 00) ) New
England. 2 00@4 00 ; domestic , 1 bO3 50
PEACH AND APPLE BRANDY-
1 75@4 00.
CHAMPAGNES Imported per case ,
18003i OtAmirlua , ea § , 1200(9 (
1600.
CLARETS -er case , 4 60@10 00
WINES Rh ne wine , per case , 6 00 ®
2 00) ) Oatawba , per case , 4 007 00 ,
OiKars and Tobaccos.
FINE OU1' In palls. Common , 60 ©
55c ; good , eO@76c. In tin foil Cat
ling O. 8. , 6 lb boxes , per lb G3c | Lotl-
Ulard's Tiger , 60c ; Diamond Crown , 60.
SMOKING All grades Common , 25 to
33c. Granulated lilackwelh Durham , 16
oz 4Gc ; Dukes Durham , 16 oz , 46c | Seal of
North Carolina , 16 oz , 46) ) Seal of Nebrap-
ka , 16 oz , 88c ) Lone Jack , 4 oz , linen bags
per lb , 81.35 ; Mnrburgt' Pnck 2 oz , tin
oil , 5o ; Dog T all 05c.
Wool.
Merino nnwai ed , light , 14016c ) heay
® 1815o [ medium unwashed , light , 18 © 2
washed , choice , S2o | fair , OOo ; tub- din
and w. , 28o | bnrry , blaokand ootted wo
2@6o let
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The drunkard iwllla alcohol. Wise
men use Samaritan Nervine , the king
of all remndlos
WITH
FIVE DOLLARS
VOU CAN BUY A WHOLE
Imperial Austrian lOOfl , Govern-
moutBond ,
ISSUK OF 1801.
wblch bonds are Issued und occurixl by the gov
ernment , nd are redeemed In drawing ! ,
FOUR TIMES ANNUALLY ,
Until each and every bond It drawn with a
Urger or H'lall-r premium , Every bond must
draw a jirUo , na there are no blank !
'JHKTlUtEKUiailEST I'HI/.ES ' AMOUNTTO
20 000 "
15,000 "
Any bonds not drawlnnone of the above prizes
muatdr M a premium ol not leg ) than
200 FLOniNS.
1st ofJune , 1883 ,
and every bond bought ol utonor betoro the 1st
of June It entitled to the whole premium th t
tray be drawn tlcreon on tnit data.
Out-of-town orders tent inBOISIKR D I , T.
ISRS , nd Inclotln * J5 , will secure one ol thctc
oonds for the next drawing.
For ordert , circular ! , and any other Inform * ,
tlon , addreu ,
International Banking Company ,
No. 207 Broadway , Oor Falton Struct ,
Now York Olty.
K8TABLI8UED IN 1871.
TbtaboTo Oorernment bondtar * not to Ix
comp r d with * ny lottery whaUoerer , and d <
not cooUet with anj of Iht Uwi of tbt UnU
dUtt * .
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After n thorough trial of the
IKON TONIC , I toke pleasure Industry , IU. '
In tating that I have boon ' 'l consider il
mat : , tenofitod by 1U ILDDD n moat oicollont remedy for
n o. Ministers nnd Pub the debilitated vital forcoa.
lia Speakers will find it
of the irrnatest vnluo
where n Ton to Is neces
sary. I recommend It
R a reliable remedial
rtrent , posBesRlntr un *
doubted natrltlvo and
restorntivo properties.
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HENRY LEHMAN.M ,
JOBBER OF
AND
WINDOW SHADES
EASTERN PRICES DUPLICATED.
1118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
The Oldest Wholesale and
Retail JBWELRYHQUSE
in Omaha. Visitors can hero
find all novelties in SIL
VER WARE. CLOCKS ,
Rich and Stylish Jewelry ,
the Latest , Most Artistic ,
and Choicest Selections in
PRECIOUS STONES and
all descriptions of FINE
WATCHES at as Low Pri
ces as is compatible with
honorable dealers. Call
and see onr Elegant New
Store , Tower Building ,
corner llth and Farnham
Streets
TOE LEADING
MUSIC HOUSE
IN TI1K WEST I
General Agents for the .
Finest and Beat Pianos and . ' . j
Organs mamiracturec. ' '
Our prices are as Low as
any EasternManufacturer , .
and Dealer , *
Pianos and Of gatis sold ' - '
for cash or installment i at ' ; '
Bottom Prices. . K , >
A SPLENDID st-ck of ' |
Steinway , Chickerinef , <
Knabe , Vo e & Boa's Pi
anos , andottur mabes.
Also Clough & Warden
Sterling Imperial , Smith
American Organs , &c. Do
not fail to see us [ before
purchasing.1
MAX MEYER & BRO. ,
E AIiOFAOTURERS OF SHOW CftSES.
A Tarce Stock always on Hand
FREDERIC GOAL
The only Coal mined west of the Mississippi River that is equal
in quality to the ROCK SPRING COAL.
THE ONLY IOWA GOAL
That will atook for a year without ilaoklng or > hrlnklng.
Pronounced by all the leading brlok men \Vcatorn Iowa M the very beat
oal for burning brlok ever used In the West.
EUREKA. COAL AND MINING CO. ,
Frederic , Monroe Co , Iowa ,
HAS THE UEST STOOK IN OMAHA AND MAKES THE LOWEST PEIOES
IMPORTANT IMPROVEiENTS
Have now been finished in our store , ma ! * *
Jng it the largest and most complete
FURNITUEI HOUSE
In the West. An additional story has been
built and the five floors all connected
with two
HYDRAULIC ELEVATORS ,
One Exclusively for the use of Passengers , These immense warerooms -
rooms three stores , are 68 ieet wide are filled with the Grand
est display of all kinds of Household and Office Furniture evei
shown.All
All are invited to oil , take the Elevator on the first floor
and go through the building and inspect the stock *
OHAS. SHIVERICK ,
206 , 1208 and 1210 Fatnam Street , Omaha
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