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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FRIDAY , AUGUST 17. 1888.
THE'SPECULATIVE ' MARKETS ,
Extensive Trading In Wheat at Ad
vancing Prices.
CORN GROWS DULL AND WEAK.
Oats Quiet Wltli LlRlit TransnctloUH
Consllcrnllo Actlvltyoln 1'rovls-
Ions Hi-talc Business Done lit
Ciiltlc General Quotations.
CHICAGO I'ltOnUOE M/VHKET.
CHICAGO , August 10. [ Special Telegram to
TUB UKE.I Wheat advanced over lo to-dny ,
the Improvement being * steady , and the
market nt the close was lirm at nearly top
prices. The opening was tatno at slight loss
ns compared with the preceding day mid Sep
tember sold down to S2' @ 82f : , with Decem
ber going nt B.ytfc. The news was so univer
sally bullish , however , that It could not bo Ig
nored. The market turned up quickly and
kept climbing throughout thu whole of the
session. Holders of receipts arc aakllig } { ( $
Jfc over September for their wheat , and they
are gutting better than September. Dunn
yesterday sold 100,000 bushels of cash wheat
at } { u over September prices. A list w.is
shown on change this morning going to prove
that wheat to an aggregate amount of ij3,000
bushels was being loaded on vessels at this
point. Some of this appeared on the black
board to-day niul a lot more will ilguro in to
morrow's shipment. Very Httlo new busi
ness in the shipping line was reported to-day.
The weather map , or at least a section of
It , was bullish , the mean temperature in
Manitoba at 7 o'clock a. in , bcintr 83. Lnto
dispatches from various points in northern
Dakota and Minnesota told of the southern
sweep of a cold wave and reported Indications
of frost to-night. This cold wave Information
had some effect on the corn market right at
the close , Several times during the last hour
the market got up in the vicinity of 84o for
September and SO c for December , and once
It touched 8-lo and SJO lSSOXc , respectively.
Free realizing at the outside caused n frac
tional reaction from the extreme , but the
market displayed no signs of weakness.
Thus far the market has not been able to
keep its head above S-io since the break from
the Die bulge , but the bulls are now conlldent
that the improvement will stick and a further
advance bo established. The volume of wheat
trading was largo , and It seemed to Increase
as the day advanced , the greatest activity
being witnessed at the close , though , of
course , there were occasional seasons of dull
ness , the local feeling proving very friendly
to wheat.
The corn market was less excited than yes
terday and values suffered some further de
pression. Hutehinson wag obviously trying
to sell but ho did not scorn disposed to sacri
fice it und whenever the market got weak ho
came to its support. Dealings wcro liberal
but in extent not up to yesterday. Septem
ber ranged 44@H o and Octobcr4JaH4tfc. : } (
Tlio speculative interest centered largely
in wheat to-day. Oats were very quiet on
nil futures with price changes confined
within narrow and unimportant limits , the
market ruling nearly steady. Receipts wore
liberal and the quality somewhat Improved
and with an anticipated early increase in
arrivals , buyers did not earo to do much and
light business was recorded all along the
line. This and next month were favorites ,
with other futures very dull. Cash oats
were in some request % ntid nuotably steady
with 2f > c paid for No. B to go to store , or J c
higher than yesterday and sales largely by
sample.
At the morning provision call the sales
niado comprised 4,000 bols of pork , 2,000
tierces of lard and 650,000 Ibs of short ribs.
In the general market an improved feeling
held control. In the absence of additional
yellow fever reports from the south ot an
alarming nature , traders recovered con
siderable of their old time confidence. They
took hold with more freedom. A good nrntiy
of the short .contracts made yesterday on the
slump were covered and the whole tnulo was
possessed of a bolter tone. Outside specu
lative'orders wcro also larger than usual ,
while In cash property an increased move-
snout was the rule. For cash delivery l.QOO
tierces of lard wcro taken at $3.80@3.82) ,
and of cash meats rather fair sales were re
ported. Prices were stronger all around and
for pork the day's closings showed an actual
advance of 15c , for lard of lOc and ( or short
ribs of 10@12Kc.
CHICAGO iilVE STOCK.
CBICAOO , August 10. [ Special Telegram to
Tnn BBE. | CATTLE Business was active
and prices strong on anything that showed
corn-feeding in the native lino. Some sales
men wore quoting an advance of a strong
lOc on the st'Ictly dry-fed natives , but In a
general way the advance was barely lOc.
Low grades and common grassy natives wore
Blow and neglected , remaining unsold and in
many cases not oven looked nt until bettor
classes were sold out. Tcxans underwent
little or no change as compared with n day
or two past. There wcro on sale some 4,500
tofi.OOOToxans and northern rangors.Tho lat
ter , when suitable , sell quick in fact
generally outside common nnd grassy na
tives. Old cows and canning stock were
plentiful , especially common Texans , among
which were a train load of distillery fed culls
that looked nioro like skeletons than any
thing else. Veal calves were steady. There
were two loads of stock calves in the market
that came from Chautauqua county , Now
York , They were not sold at a late hour.
The receipts included 4,300 Texans and west
erns ; choice lo extra beeves , $ n.25@ll.5U ;
medium to good steers , 1350 to 1600 Ibs , , fi.OO
( Sti.OO ; 1200 to ] : ( ) Ibs. , S4.50@5.50 : 1)50 ) to
1200 Ibs. , W.7 ! > @ 1.80 ; stackers and
feeders , $2.00 < i ; i.20 ; cows , bulls and mixed ,
$1.SO@2.00 ; bulk , * 2.W@2.45. Texas cattle
steady ; steers ! 150 to ll'BJ Ibs , f2.80 < rt3.8.'i ; 760
to 800 Ibs * 2.50 ( < ? 3.10 ; 650 to 700 Ibs fr.15@
2.60 ; cows tl.75 ( < S2.20 ; western .00@4.D3.
Trade was nctlvo with slight upturn of
about a nickel on cnoico assorted heavy and
prime corn-fed. Light packing earls under
went little or no change. Prime heavy sold
ntfl.30@i5 ! ! ; packing sorts $5.t'0 ( < 7i.35 ( ! und
light $3.115 ( (1.50 ( , largely at0.15@0.i.Grassy !
stock were neglected nnd 25@40o lower than
corn-fed of same weights nnd averages.
FINANCIAL.
NEW YOUK , August 10. [ Special Telegram
to TUB Disc. ] STOCKS The market opened
linn at slight advances over last night's
closing prices , but after early buying orders
were tilled values were depressed by sharp
attacks on St , Paul by the bears , which
yielded half a point , the rest of the list gen
erally following to about the same extent.
There was then a Httlo rally In which the
Gould stocks led and early losses were , to a
great extent , recovered. Professionals and
room traders wcro not altogether of the same
opinion after yesterday's market was ended ,
And predictions as to Its course to-day did
not agree. An operator about whoso position
lately there 1ms been some curiosity , said
last night : " 1 would ilka to be a bull but am
discouraged by the lack of commission busi
ness. The public shows no sign of coming
Into the market and they cannot bo expected
to with BO many elements of uncertainty In
the situation , St. Paul may declare a divi
dend but no onn will bellovo it has been
earned. 1 scarcely expect any activity on
the bull side until after election. " The ad
vance and activity In Htohmond Terminal
yesterday was said to bo duo to the opera
tions of parties connected with the property
and a further advance was predicted In this
and kindred roads. The advance In rates de
cided upon by the coal traffic agents of the
Lehlgh Valley , Jersey Central and Now
York , Lake Erie & Western companies at
tlio Long Branch meeting amounting to 1C
@ 15o per ton for all points , ought to hel |
coalers. These now rates will bo in opera
till January 1 , when another meeting will be
ticla to determine if a further advance shall
bo made. After 11 o'clock the market wo ;
fairly active and prices were generally aa
vancod fractionally under the lead of the
Gould stock * , which moved .up 1 point Iron
V 'i
the opening. This Improvement was short
lived , however , nnd a dullness followcdwlth
the market heavy nnd declining slowly.
While there wai no rush to sell , long stock
was freely offered all day nnd the decline
was quite general after about the middle of
the day , In which grangers , St. Paul particu
larly , led In activity , the total loss being
KK point , though St. Paul and Northwest
ern each lost one point. London was a sel
ler to some extent and Chicago appeared
bcarishly Inclined. Cl'lcago operators , how
ever , arc divided on the question , some operators
raters being bullish on the crop prospect
while others think that this has already been
discounted. The cntlro day was devoid of
particular Interest and trading was light ,
total sates being but 111,0ft ) shares.
U.H.4S rcgiilnr..127U Northern 1'nclno.
U.S. < scoupunv..li7i ! do preferred 57
IT. H.4'9regular. ' . C. kN. W 1I2S
U. B. 4iisconpons. .107 j do preferred 143(4 (
1'ttcltlc Cs of' 'i 1UU N.Y. Central 107 > 4
Ontrnl 1'iiclHc. . . . Si > { p. . i ) . .vis zui
C'lilcngo tc Alton. , .1 $ ) Hock Island 107
ChlciiRo.Ilurllugton C. . M. i St. I' 71 ? .
& Qtilnry Ill do preferred 110H
a. L.ACW . > m > , St. 1'iuil iOl'ldha. . 40
IlllnoH Central..110 do preferred 107
I. , ii. At w ir , Union 1'aciflc K )
Kiimas iVTexns. . . KIM W. . St. I < . & l > 14 Vide
J.nkcHhoro Nfi'/ do preferred SMii
Michigan Central. . tf , i Western Union KJ
Missouri 1'acillc
MONEY ON CLI , Easy nt 1J4 ( < 22 per cent ;
last loan at 1J per cent ; closed offered at
\\6 \ per cent.
I'IIIME MEHCANTILE PAI-CH IGX per
cent.
STEULINO EXCHANGE Dull with actual
business at $4.84)4 ) for sixty day bills , $4.b"
for demand.
CHICAGO , August 10. Wheat Firmer ;
cash , 83\c : September , S3Xe ; October , 84j < c.
Corn Steady ; cash , 44 7-Ole ; October ,
.
Oats Steady ; cash , Soc ; September , 24 3-
Ue ; October , 24 % u.
Rye 17 } < ? c.
Barley Nothing doing.
Pritno Timothy 2.05
Flax-S1.17.
Whisky $1.20.
Pork Steady ; cash nnd September , $13.35 ;
October , S13.40.
Lard Firmer ; cash nnd Seplembcr , $5.85 ;
Oclober , S3.SO.
Flour Firm and unchanged ; winter wheat
In sacks , fJ.75@.85 : ) ; In barrels , ? 3.00@4.40.
Spring wheat In barrels , $3.50jr74.b5 ; in sacks ,
$1.7564.85 ; rye in sacks , $ J.ao@a.UO ; in bar
rels , $2.55@3.20.
Dry Salt Meals Shoulders , S7.40 ( < 17.50 ;
short clear , $3.70@0.00 ; short ribs , 7.'J5@ '
7.U7K-
Butter Quiet ; creamery , 14@19c ; dairy ,
Cheese Quiet ; full cream Cheddars and
flats , S@3J.fo ; young Americas , 8 } @ 3 > e.
Eggs Steady at 13J4@14c.
Hides Heavy green salted , fiJ Cc ; light
green salted , 0(30 ( } cj salted bull , 6c ; green
Raited calf , OJ4@7e ; dry flint , 7J/@Sc ; dry
calf , 7 ( < ? Sc ; deacons , 20@23c each ; dry
salted , 7c.
Tallow Unchanged : No. 1. solid packed
3 } c ; No. 2 , 3e , and cake , ! t } @ 3 fc per lu.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour , bbls . 15,000 27,000
Wheat bu . 70,000 133,000
Corn , bu . 163,000 221,000
Oats , bu . 151,000 83,000
Rye , bu . . . . .
Barley , bu . . . . .
New Vork , August 10. Wheat Receipts ,
233,000 ; exporls , 41,200 ; spot l@lo
higher ; options active on belter cable iut-
, 'ices and continued rain throughout the
ipring wheat belt , closing strong at best ;
So. 2 red sold at 'Mdtm c elevator , 05 < @
ng at Wlc
Corn Receipts , 483.030 ; exports , 173,000 ;
.pot . active , closing higher , steady ; options
airly aclivo and a shade lower , except
August , which to lo higher ; spot No. 2 , 52 >
. " > 3 > c delivered ; September closing at
Xc.
Oats Receipts , lOS.OOO ; exports , none ; spot
ots strong , l > c higher but scarce , closing
llrm ; mixed western , 35@40c ; white west
ern , 42@50c.
Coffee Options opened steady , rallied OD
better cables and closed steady ; sales 24,600
bags ; August , 10.80@10.'JO ; September ,
$10.30@10.40 ; October , $ U.fc5ft9.90. (
Petroleum Easier ; United closed at
B3J/C.
Eggs Good supply , dull but easy ; western ,
M17Mc.
Pork Dull but steady ; old mess , $14.25 ;
now mess , $15.25 ( 15.50.
Lard Spot strong , light supply ; sales
western steam , $9.15. closing nt $ y.l5@9.20.
Butter Firm on choice stock ; western , 11
Cheese Lower ; moro active ; western , tyi
Minnoapolia , August 16. Wheat Ile-
; cipts , 92 cars ; shipments , GO cars. Closed :
So. 1 hard , August and September , 80 4'c ;
on track , 87.J4 ; No. 1 northern , August and
September , 84 c ; on track , 8J c5o ; No. 3
northern , August and September , SIVc : on
track. 82@83c.
Mil wnukee , August 10. Wheat Hicher ,
cash , 82o ; September , 81 % ; October , 82c.
Corn Lower ; No. 8 , 43 } e.
Oats Steady ; No.2 white , 37c ,
Ilyo Quiet ; No. 1 , 48 > < fc.
Barley Quiet ; No. 2 , OOc.
Provisions Steadier ; pork , cash and Au
gust , $13.80.
St. JjouiH , August 10. Wheat Higher ;
cash , S4o ; September , S4c.
Corn About steady ; cash , 41@l2c ; Sep
tember , 41 } c.
Oats Higher ; cash , 2o20e ; September ,
Pork Steady at $14.00.
Lard Firmer at $8.70.
Whisky $1.14.
Butter Steady ; creamery , 16@18c ; dairy ,
.5o.
Ciiicinnntl , August 1C. Wheat-Stronger ,
No. 2 red , 83o.
Corn Easy but active ; No. 2 mixed , 47c.
Oats Steady ; No. 2 mixed , 2G > .
Whisky $1.14.
Kaunas City , August 10. Wheat
Higher ; No. 2 red , cash , la\ \ September ,
72'ic asked ; No. 8 red , GOc ; No. 2 soft , 73) < c
bid.
bid.Corn
Corn Steady ; No. 2 , cash , 3tic.
Oats No. 2 , cash , liO c.
LIVE STOOli.
Chicago , August 10. The Drovers' Jour
nal reports as follows :
Cattle Ueeeipts , 10,000 ; steady ; good
stronger ; bcovos , $ H,23@0.50 ; steers , f3.75@
G.OO ; stockers nnd feeders , f2.003.30 ; cow ,
bulls nnd mixed , fl.30@3.00 ; Texas cattle ,
1.75 ( < } 3.33 ; western rniiRors , .00@4.95.
Hogs Kecoipts , 0,000 ; market ' steady ,
strong ; mixed , fT..GO@G.25 ; heavy , ? 5.80Q
0.35 ; light , * r..r,5Qll.85 ; skips , t4.00@5.70.
Sheep Ueceipts. l,000 ( ; market steady ;
natives , $2.lK ) ( < ! ; 4.20 ; westerns , shorn , $3.50(3 (
3.90 : Texans , shorn , * 2.75@3.75 ; lambs , $ VJc
Ntitlonul Stock Yards , East St ,
Louis , August It ) . Cattle Hcceipts , 2,500 ;
shlpmcuts-l,200 ; market steady ; choiceheav
natlvo steers , to.00@5.30 ; fair to gooc
nutlvo steers , $4.iOS5.00 ; ( ; butchers' steers
medium to choice , Ki.40@4.40 ; stockers am
feeders , fair to good , * 2.203.40 ; rangers
corn-fed , $3.40(34.25 ( ; grass-fed , $2.25@3.50
Hogs Uecoipts , 1,000 ; shipments , 900
market steady ; * choice heavy and butch
ers'selections , | < i.25(30.35 ( ; packing , mcdiuu
toprlmo , Srt.10@tl.30 ; light grades , ordiuarj
to good , fO,00@0.20.
Kansas City , August 15. Cattle Re
ceipts , 4,500 ; shipments , 2,500 ; dressed bee :
shipping and Texas steers u shade stronger
common , slow und weak ; good to cholci
corn-foci , $5.00 ( 5.50 : common to medium
$3.25@4.75 ; stockers and feeders , $1.00Q3.CO
cows , $1.25@2.80.
Hojrs Receipts , 3,400 ; shipments , 1,500 ]
market demoralized and lOQ'JOo lower ; gooi
to choice , $0.00@4.10 ; common to medium
$5.4U@5..K ) ; skipi and pigs , $ i.00@5.25.
OMAHA. ItlVIS STOOIU
Cattle.
Thursday , August 10,1353.
There were no very good cattle here nn <
the market on other kinds of beuf was easier
While choice corn fed steers have been bold
Ing their own , there has been a gradual do
cllno in the market for grass cattlo. Butch
ers' stock Is also selling lower than at the bu
ginning of the week , and is very slow ant
dull. There Is a gradual improvement In tin
demand for feeders and moro cattle of tha
description are selling. The number of cat
tie which changed hands to-day was uo
largo.
llOgB.
There was a marked Improvement in th
quality of the hogs over yesterday , but the
receipts were very light. The market on
heavy hpgs was about lOc lower , the hogs
which brought frt.OO to-day being at lonst lOc
better than the $0.00 hogs yesterday. There
was n fair demand for u limited number of
light hogs nnd they sold at about steady
prices. _
Hlioop.
There were four loads hero but the mar
ket was very quiet.
Jlccclpn.
Cattle . 1,000
Hogs . ' . ' ,51X1
Sheep . 500
f'rluo * .
The following 11 a table of prices paid In
this raarxet for the grades of stock men
tioned.
1'rimostoers. 1300to 1500 Ibs. . $5.20 f35.50
Prime steers. 1100 to 1300 Ibs. . 4.60 fur ; .80
Feeders . 2.7.1 ( S.1.40
Range steers , fair lo choice. . . 2.75 WJ.23
Common to good cows . 1.73 ( 2.00
Choice to fancy cows . 2.50 $3.00
Common to choice bulls . 2.00 ( $2.50
Fair to cnoico light hogs . 5.80 ( U5.9.1
Fair to choice heavy hops . S..IO ( it > .00
Fairtocaolce mixed hoes . 5.35 I&5.95
UcprcHunt.itivo dale * .
CATTLE.
No. Av. Pr.
2cows . 1012 $1.50
20 cows . 842 1.80
32 cows . U41 1.85
18 cows . 900 UK )
! l cows . 1WO 2.2."i
10 westerns , tailings . 1194 2.25
47cows . ! KW 2.40
1 cow . 1210 2.40
47 cows . 1)09 ) 2.40
22 steers , stockers . 834 3.155
1 feeder , western . 101H ) 2,75
21 feeders , western Neb . 914 2.75
4 feeders , westerns . 1225 3.00
21 feeders , westerns . 1024 8.40
54 sleers , natives . lO'.H ' 8.40
( hlstcors , westerns . 12J7 3.40
S(5 ( steers , weslerns . 1 133 8.05
88 slcors , westerns . llGil 3 , ( > 5
14 steers , weslerns . 1231 875
40 natives , corn-fed . 1270 4.75
2 natives , corn-fed . 1275 5.30
llANdE OATTI.E.
Owner. No. Av. Pr.
Dakota Cattle Co . 33 steers. . . 1,214 $2.75
Dakota Cattle Co . 89 steers. . . .1213 3.12
HOGS.
No. Av. Shit. Pr. No. Av. Shk. Pr.
lfi..2tiO . . . $5.CO 07. . . .249 60 $5.90
I57..28' ) H ) 5,00 ( > 7..2li2 40 5.HO
02. . . . 233 12(5 ( 5.85 72. . . . 220 120 S..iO
t9..224 ! 40 5.85 71. . . . 247 210 5.90
( V4..218 80 5.85 73. . . .257 120 15.1)0 )
73 . . .239 80 5.85 ! ! 3..2t2 ; 40 5.90
168. . . .220 400 5.85 72. . . .225 40 5.00
C3..305 2 > 0 5,85 80. . . . KO 200 5.00
80..2iO : 240 5.85 55. . . .232 80 5.90
78. . . . 223 11511 5.85 73. . . .243 200 5.90
TO. . . . 350 320 5.85 (53. ( . . . 304 120 5.90
(59. ( . . . 215 . . . 5.85 0(5. ( . . . 230 80 5.95
74. . . . 241 240 5.85 78. . . . 208 . . . 5.95
58 . . .227 1(10 ( 5.b5 C0..259 120 5.05
71. . . . 230 330 5.85 G4..1M . . . 5.95
57. . . . 251 80 5.85 130. . . . 330 100 0.00
08. . . . 320 130 5.87 > i
Packers I'urclinscn.
Showing the number of hogs bought by
the leading buvcrs on the market to-day :
G. H. Hammond & Co . 454
Omaha Packing Co . 703
Armour-Cudahy Packing Co . 1110
J. P.Squlrcs&Co . 050
Glbbs& White . 95
Bramard Bros . 183
Highest and Lowest.
The following are the highest und lowest
prices paid for mixed and heavy loads of hogs
on this market during the past few days , and
for the corresponding period in 1887 and 1880 :
Ijlvo Stock Notes.
Joe Perkins , Springfield , was in looking
over the yards.
W. H. Beagle , Arcadia , came in with three
loads of cattle.
J. Hastio , Talmage , was in with a load each
of hogs and cattle.
D. H. Shearer , Westcn , was hero with a
load of butchers' stock.
JSW. II. Colcman , Atwood , was among the
shippers wbo came iu with cattle.
J. E. Hunt returned from the west with
two loads of sheep and a load of cattle.
Mr. Berry , of the firm of Berry & Bivcn ,
Seward , was in looking ever the yards.
A. L. Spearman , the well known shipper of
Springfleld , was in looking over the market.
J. P. Morton , Tckamah , was hero and mar
keted two loads of corn fed cattle ot his own
feeding.
J. M. Chadwlck , Central City , brought In
with three loads of cattle , four loads of hogs
and ono load of horses.
Charles Brcsec , Merriman , Neb. , was in
and sold a loud of feeders , which were
bought by Wm. Lewis , to bo fed in Iowa.
A. C. Mason , Bradshaw ; F. H. Parks ,
Bancroft , and A. Kiopping , Underwood , la. ,
were among the shippers who came in with
stock.
A train of twenty of the improved B. & M.
stock cars arrived to-day from Denver. They
mada the run from Denver in twenty-four
hours. ,
TIIAUE CONDITIONS.
Money is quite easy and the financial as
pect unchanged. Exchange IB f 1 per $1,000.
Mr. Hopkins , president of the Commercial
National bank , has returned from nn ex
tended trip through the east , having visited
several cities in Canada , besides Chicago ,
Now York and Boston. Ho saw evidences of
prosperity on all sides. Bankers are Jubilant
over the prospects for nn active demand for
money this full to move tha enormous crops
in sight. The prevailing opinion in eastern
Unancinl circles is that there will bo a good
demand for money all through the ensuing
fall and winter , though a particularly tight
money market is not looked for.
General trade continues very good , but col
lections are a little slower , as Is to bo ex
pected for the period immediately preceding
and during harvest.
The produce market shows no changes.
The supply is nmplo and prices are steady.
Tlie crop outlook is good , though advices
speak of moro rain having fallen than was
needed , and three or four weeks of hot ,
sunny days nro needed to inako certain a big
corn crop. _
Produce , Fruits , Ktc.
Saturday , August 11 , 18S8.
BUTTEU Fancy creamery roll , 20 ®
21o ; solid packed , 15@luo ; choice country
butter , 15@10o ; common grades , I0@l3e.
Boas Stnctlv fresh , Ui5ccuudlcd. (
UIIEKX Coitx 50@75o per 100.
OIUXOES Mcssinns , fo.u@0.00 ( ; per box ;
Rodi , $ U.WP.5 ( ( ; ! per box ; * 3.50@1,00 per half
box.
box.CAI.IKOUXIA
CAI.IKOUXIA DAMSONS $1.25 per box ; south
ern Damsons , UOc per box.
CALiroitxu CHAPES * 1,50@2.00 per case.
SoirrnEiix GIUVES 75c(3l.OO ( per 10-lb
basket.
BLACKBEimiKS $3.00 for 24 qts.
PBACHES California , $1.00@1.50 per box ;
Missouri , $1.00c@ 1.25 per K bu.
BANANAS Common , .50@2.25 per buuch ;
choice , * 2.5 ffla.50. I
LEMONS $4.75Qt,00 ! per case.
SQUASH 2ti per lo.
CANTKIXM-ES 75c@ t.60 per dozen.
SOUTUEIIS PLUMS $1.2T > 01. ( ! 50 per bu.
HucKi.cuEititiES $1.2a per drawer.
POTATOES Now , home growth , 50@75o per
bushel.
POUI/THY No dressed fowl in the market ;
live chickens , $3.50@3.75 per doz. : spring
chickens , 2.25@3.00.
STRING HKANS 75c per bu.
TOMATOES Cl , 60(32.00 ( per bu.
"WATKUMEUixs $12.00(317.00 ( per 100.
PEAKS California , fJ.X3.50 ( per bu box :
Southern , 75 per } bu.
CELEIIV JJO40o ( nor dozen.
. 100.
Koo PJANT * 1.00@1,25 per dozen.
ONIONS 2o per Ib.
AM-LES l.OO@2.BO per bbl.
CiuuAi'i'Lcs $1.00 per box.
CIUKK Michigan , $4.50@0.50 per bbl 32
gals ; California pear cider , 115.00 per bbl.
Pop CPKK Klce , 8@4o ; common , 23o.
- 75cp < ! r buah J.
ANs Choleo eastern fmmlpicked navies.
O.'JSii.OO per bushel ; w9t6rn hand plckt'd
navies , t' MyfiM ; mediums , $2.00 ( 2.15.
Lima beans 5c l or pound.
Hxr f , o. b. cars , Xo.A upland , W.OO ; No.
2 upland , $ S.OO. ' '
HUAX flO.OO. *
CHOITKO Fnnn $17.00 per ton.
Ury Cowls.
. . .
AT l/ l/Vf iwyiJV j A ! tjt l.'W ) I'IJTJV. f n\Ji 7V.UiUl WU * ITU f
No. 50 , colored , 12c ; No. 70 , colored , 12 c ;
Bristol , 12i/c ; Union Pacific , 17c.
CAUI-ET WAiti'-Bib White , 19c ; colored ,
22c I
* Standard , 8c ; Ocm , lOc ; Beauty ,
; uj Boonu , 14o ; B , cased , $ tf.f > 0.
PitiXTS Solid colors Atlnntic , Co ; Slater
fc ; Berllii oil , GJ < c ; Garner oil , G@7 < % .
COHSKT JKANS Androscoggin , 7 o ; Kcar-
sarge , 75/c : Uockport , G/c ! ! ; Conestoga , G } u ,
TICKS York , 80 in. , 12' c ; York , 82 In. .
18J o ; Swift Uiver. Sc ; Thorndlko CO , " "
Thorndlko ER 8 > < c ; Thorndlko ICO ,
Thorndlko XX , 15c ; Cordls No. 6 ,
Cordis No. 4 , lie.
DENIMS-Amoskeag , 0 oz , lftfc ; Everett. 7
oz , 13J4c ; York , 7 oz , l3J c ; Hnyinaker , Ske ;
Jaffrey XX , llV e ; Jnflrcy XXX. 12Wc ;
Beaver Creek A A , 12c ; Beaver Creek BB
lie ; Beaver Creek CO , lOc.
KEStrcKY JKANS. Memorial. Ific ; Dakota ,
18c ; Durham , 27 } o ; Hercules , i8o ; Learning.
Ington , 22) o ; Cottswold , 27 } < Jc.
CKASII. Stevens' B , Go ; Stevens' B ,
blenched , 7c ; Slovens' A , 7 ! c ; Stevens A.
bluached , 8K ! Stevens' P.8i < c ; Stevens' '
P , bleached , ll fo ; Stevens' N. lij c ; Slovens'
N , bleached. 10fc ] ; Stevens. SKt. 12J < c
MiscEMAScors. Table oil clo.Wi. $2.50 ;
plain Holland , ( .i } < fc ; Dado Holland. 12' ' < fc.
Pi.ASNii.s. Plaid Kiiftsmon'JOoOosiicn ; ,
321 < o ; Clear Lnkc , 82Ko ; Iron Mountain ,
20kc.
Fi.ANNni-s Wlilto G H , No. 2 , J21o G
H. No. 1 , * { , 27K ; B H , No. 2 , % , 22 } o ; B
I. No. 1 , f , ! U c ; Quecheo , No. 1 , ? f. 42c.
GI.NOIIA.M Pluiutett checks , 7) ) c ; Whlttcn-
on , 7J c ; York , 7J < fo ; Normimdi aress ,
IJ c ; Calcutta dress , 8Kc : Wliittentou dress ,
\ yaHenfrow \ dress , 8 @ 12 > fa
CAMIIHIUS Slater , 6'4c ' ; Woods , S c ;
atandanl , fij c ; Peacock , 5l c.
CoMFOiiTiiiis $ rt.GO@35.00.
BI.ANKKTS White , $1,00@7.50 ; colored ,
$1.00(38.00. (
BI.IACIIII ) SHEETISO Berkeley cambric
No. GO , 9 > ic ; Best Yet , 4-4. G > e ; butter clotli
OO , 4Ue ; Cabot , 7'rfc ; Furwellhnlf bleaelied
Fruit of Loom , VU-fc : Greene
, Go ; Hope , 7J < ' ; ICUil ? Philip cum-
) rlc , lie ; Lonsdalo cambric , 11 , ' c ;
loiisdalu. Oc ; Now York mills , lOKc ;
'opiierell , 42-in , lie ; Pepperell , 4i-in ( , 12c ;
Pepperell , 0-4 , IGc ; Pi-ppcrcll , 8-4 , 21c ; Pc | > -
icroll , U-4 , 23c ; Pepporell. 10-4 , 25c ; Canton
1-4 , SJfc ; Triumph , Gc ; Wamsutta , llo ; Val-
c.V , 5c.
Brown sheeting Atlantic A , 4-4 , "Ke ; A
Batttio H , 4-4 , "tfo ; Atlantic D , 4-4 , G fe ; At-
antlc P , 4-4 , Gc ; Aurora LL , 4-4. Go ; Aurora
C , 4-4 , 4J4xc ; Crown XXX , 4-4 , GJi'c ; Hoosicr
LL , 4-4 , Gc ; Intlian Head , 4-4 , 7) e ; Law-
ronceLL , 4-4 , Go ; Old Dominion , 4-4 , 5 " ;
feppercll U , 4-4 , 7c ; Popixjrcll O , 4-4 , GJfc ;
Pepperell. 8-4 , IS e ; Popperoll,9-4 , 2lc ; Pep
perell , 10-4,23c ; UticaC , 4-4,4Jfc ; Wachusett ,
1-4 , 7 > < fc ; Aurora K , 4-4 , 7c , Aurora B , 4-4 ,
PitiXTS Pink nnd Robes Richmond ,
Allen , Gc ; Rivcrnoint , 5o ; Slcel River , Co ;
Richmond , OJ c ; Pacilic , 0 > jfc.
PiiiNTsi IJress Charier Oak , 5J c ;
Huiniipo , 4Kc ; Lodi , 5fc ! ; Allen , Gc ; Richmond
mend , Gc ; Windsor , HUe ; Eddysloue , OUc ;
Pacific , OXe.
Pin NTS Isniao Bi.ur. Arnold , GH'o ; Amer
ican , GJ c ; Gloucester , G c : Arnold C long
clolh , 9 : Arnold B long clolli , 10 > ; Arnold
Gold Seal. 10 } : Slicfcl A , 12 ; Windsor Gold
Ticket , 1U > 4.
FLANNELS Red , C , 24.1n. 15J ; E , 24 in ,
2lc ; G G , 24 in , ISo ; H A F , % , 25c ; J R F , Jtf ,
27Mc ; G , ! / , ST c.
DUCK West Point SO in , 8 oz , lOKo ;
West Point 29 In. 10 oz , 18c : West Point
20 In , 12 oz , 15c ; West Point 40 In , 11 oz , IGo.
SIIIBTIXO Checks , Caledonia X , 9 } c ; Cal
edonia XX , 10 > o ; Economy , 9c ; Otis , Oc.
Revised prices are as follows :
BAOOIKO Stark A , soamlcss , 21o ; Amos
keag , seamless , IGj e ; Lpwlston A , seamless ,
lOo ; American , seamless , IG e ; burlaps , 4
Io5 bii.S.U'O'.iJ ' c ; gunnies , single , 18o ; gun
nies , double , 2Uc ; wool sacks , 33c. Twines
Flax , 33c ; extra sail , 2021e ( sail B , 19@20o ;
cotlou. 21o ; jule , lOc.
Cor Fr.KS Mocha , 25@2 c ; Rio , good ,
Sue AH Granulated. 7 / < < ? S1/c ; conf. A.
c ; white extra C , 7K@7 > 4c ; extra C , 7
7 > s'c ; yellow C , G > @ 0 > e ; iwwdered , 8Xii (
c ; cubes , 8H@8Jfc.
HONEY 14@10c for one pound frames ;
strained honey , G@Sc per pound.
BEESWAX Choice yellow , 20@22 > o ; dark
colored , 13@14c.
CIIEESI : Young America , full cream ,
@ 10 > o ; full cream Cheddars , 0@9Kc ; full
cream Huts , 9(39 ( , ' ; good to choice skimmed
Cheddars , 0G > ; skimmed flats , 5@5J c.
PICKLES Medium , in bbls. (5.50 ; do in half
bbls , $3.00 ; small , in bbls , 10.00 ; uo in half
bbls , $3.25 ; gherkins , in bbls , f 3.25 ; do in half
bbls , 14.00.
ToiiACfio Plug , SOftOSo ; smoking , 10@90c.
JELLIES $1.25 per 80-lb pail.
SALT $1.30@1.35 per bbl.
Koi'B 7-10. 9ii@9Kc.
SI-ICES Nutmeg , per Ib , 55@0'2c : pepper ,
pcrlb , 17o)19c ( ) ; cloves , per Ib , 18Q21c ; all
spice , 7@3c ; cinnamon bark. 83c ; cassia , Oc ;
cassia buds , 12j c ; cloves , 20c ; mace , 70c.
NAILS Iron nails , per keg , $2.05@2.10 ; steel
nails , per keg , $2.20@2.25 : wire nails , per
keg. * 2.(50@2.70. (
TEAS Young Hyson , common to fair , 18@
25c ; Young Hyson , good to fancy , 30 ( 55c ;
Gunpowder , common to good , 22@25o ; Gun-
lKWder , choice lo fancy , 4@G56 ( ) ; Japan , com
mon lo medium , 15 ( 0 Japan , choice lo
fancy , 80@45c : Oolong , common to good , 25(2 (
35c ; Oolong , choice to fancv , 50@70c ; Imper-
iul , common to medium , 25@35c ; Imperial ,
good to fancy , 40g50c. (
NUTS Almonds , 15@17c ; Mlberts , 0@10c ;
Dnuil , Gc ; walnuts , 8 ( Tilio ; pecans ,
10 > a ; peanuts. 5@il fu.
CiiACKEiis 5@lOc per Ib ; assorted cakes , 7
@ 2c ( ) perlb , as per liht.
MAI-LB SUOAK tincks , 10iJ10Ko per Ib ;
penny cakes , ll@ll > io per Ib ; pure maple
syrup , $1.00 per gal.
BuooMrt Exlra 4-tie , J2.40 ; parlor , 3-tio ,
painted handles , $3.25 ; No. 1 , 81.80 ; No. 2 ,
$1.70 ; heavy staulo brooms , $4.00 ,
STAHOII Mirror gloss , 5Jfc ; Graves' corn ,
Co ; Oswego gloss , 7o ; Oswego corn , 7c.
POWDEH AND SHOT Shot , $1.20 ; bucushot ,
$1.45 ; powder , kegs , $5.00 ; half kegs
$2.75 ; one-fourths , $1.50 ; blasting , kegs , $2.15
fuses , 100 ft , 55.g70c. (
UEI'INEU LAUII Tierce. SJ c ; 40-lb square
cans , 8J c ; 50-lb round , 8 % : 20-lb round
SJ o ; 10-lb pails , 9u5-lb ; palls , 9 } o ; 3-lbpails ,
OJc.pitovisioNS
pitovisioNS Hams,18'W13 ' e ; breakfast ba
con , 10Ji@ll fo ; bacon sides , OJf@10c ; dry
sail , 9Jie ; shoulders , 8 > i@3Xo ; dried beef
WOODBXWAUD. Two-hoop pails , per doz. ,
$1.80 ; three-hoop , palls , $1.115 ; No. 1 tub
$7.00 : No. 2 tub , $ (1.00 ( ; No. 3 lubs , $5.00
washboards , $1.85@,75 ; assoried bowls
$2.75 ; No. 1 churns , " $3.00 ; No , 2 churns
$7.00 ; No. 3 churns , $ ( ) .CO ; bultcr tubs
$1.70 ; spruce , in nests70c per nest.
CANDY Mixed , 8i$18o ( $ ; stick , o89X < J
rock candy , 10 } @ 18o ; fancy candy , 7@ijSc
FISH California salmon , per bbl , f 10.00@
18.00 ; halibut , per Ib. 13c ; family white fish
per ibbl. . $3.00 ; white lish , No. 1. ner K-bbl ,
45.75 ; trout , per } -bbl , $5.00 ; scaled herring ,
per box , 2Sc ; now Holland herring , per keg ,
CiOo ; Gcorgo's Bay spill licrring , per bbl , new ,
$7.75 ; split Labrador Iferring , per bbl. new ,
$7.00 ; extra Gcorgo's fed , perlb , new , 7Jfc ;
Western Bank cod , jier Ib , new , 7 0 ; bone
less cod. 0a57J ( c ; largo lamily mackerel , per
K-bbL. $13.50 : mackurol , No. 1 bay , K-bbl ,
$13.00 ; smoked bloaters , per box , $1.40.
DitiEU FIIUITS Figs , in boxes , per Ib , 13 ®
IGe ; figs , in mats , per Ib , SXQGo ; dates , in
boxes , 57c ; London 5lalagn layer
raisins , ixir box , $3.50@3.75 ; Malaga
loose raisins. $2.30 < a,2.50 ; new Valcn-
cia raisins , per Ib , 7XJi8o ( ; Cali
fornia loose muscatels , per box. $1.00.
California London layer ruUins , per box ,
$2.35(22.50 ( ; pilled cherries , per Ib , 18a20o ( ;
California pilled plums , 'per Ib , 12@13o ;
dried blackberries , per Ib , 8 > < (39c ( ; dried
raspberries , | > er Ib. 24@25o ; dried
apples , 7C Z9o ; evaporated apples , 8J
& & } { California \ sun dried peaches , ( ) ( {
Ho ; California unuared evaporated
poacnes , 14@10o ; evaporated California
apricots , ! Ggl8c ( ; Xunteo currants , 7c :
Turkish prunes. 3J 4J4'o ; cilron. 19iJ'20u !
orange peel , ll12 fo ; lemon peel , 23c ( l3 } c ,
Lent tier.
Cily harness per Ib , 23@2Jc ; country harness -
ness per Ib , 24(425c ; city line pur Ib , 32 < 333c :
kip heavy per Ib. 45@50ij ; kip medium pur Ib ,
55@tiOo ; veal per Ib , U5@70c ; Chicago slaugh'
tcred sole per Ib , 252So ; city calf 23 'to 30
Jbk , & 5a ( 0c ; city upuer per loot , 1BQ20C ; gl <
\
ar , ll(5lkjt ( ( Buffalo slaughtered solo perlb ,
SMSOc ; Oak leather slaughtered solo pcrlb ,
; harness , per Ib , 2S@Uo ! ! up | > cr per
foot. 31j22c ( ; kip heavy per Ib , G3t'i70c5 Iclp
ncdlum | > er Ib , 75liSO ( ; city calf per Ib ;
Kc@$1.00 ) : linltiK per dozen , $ (5.00aS.60 ( ( ;
French calf 25 to 80 lb , $1.10@1.75 ; French
alfiWtoM Ibn , $1.10C (1.75 ; French calf 50
o 75 Ibs , We@.25. {
Rubucr boots nnd shoes Boston , dls 40
> er cent ; Buy State , dls 40 ( < ilO per cent ;
'ara , dis40@5 per cent ; Goodyear , dts 40Q5
> cr cent. _
Metals anil Tinners' Stock.
Tin plate. 1 C , 10x14 , host , $0.75 ; tin plate ,
roofing , 1C , 14x20 , $5.16 ; sheet zinc. $0.60 ®
S.75 : pig lead , $4.30 : bar lead. $4,55 ; largo pig
ilock tin , 23c ; small pig block tin , 27c ; bar
In , 25c ; solder , 15@20c ; copper bottoms , ! Hc ;
sheathing copper , tinned , 20c ; planishing
copper , tinned , 85o ; lead pipe , 6c ; sheet
ron , N S. 18 to 24 , $3.20 ; Russia Iron , 13o ;
Am Russia planished , A , lOi c : Am Russia
Vanished , B , UVc ; painted barb wire , $3.15 ;
galvanized barb wire. $3.75.
JUNK Machine castings , $12.00C13.00 ;
stove plates , $7.00ft8.00 ; wrought lrou$3.00@
10.00 ; bones , dry. $5.00 : steel , $5.X ( ) per ton ;
copper , $ 00 < ttl > .00 ; brass , $4.00@8.00 ; zinc ,
rJ.X ( ) 3.00 ; solid lead , $2.00@3.00 ; tea lead ,
:2.00@2.50 : ; rubber , $2.50@3.00 ; mixed nigs ,
fl.10tjl.15 percwt.
nnd Chemicals.
MISCELLANEOUS Sulph. acid , lc ; citric
nclti , GOc ; tartarlc , 60c : bal. copavia , GOc ;
borax , lOo ; chloroform , 50c ; glycerine , 23c ;
gum Arabic , solccl , $1.00 ; gum camphor , 30o ;
; um opium , $2.75 ; sulph. morphia , $2.50 ;
jromldo potassium , 42c.
OILS Carbon , 150 = lOc ; headlight , 175 °
12 rc ; gasoline , 74 ° 12 > ie ; West Virginia
summer , lie ; zero , 17c ; No. 1 polden ma
chine , 18c ; exira W. S. lard , ( Vic ; No. 1 lard ,
I2o ; turpentine , 42c ; linseed raw , 50c ; boiled ,
_
Conl niul Ijlnie.
LIMB 85@00o ; Portland cement. $3.55 ; do
mestic cement , $1.35 ; plaster , $3.00 < ! ? 2.15 ;
hair , 23@25c.
COAL Anthracite , range , nnd nut , $10.00 ;
largo egg , $0.75 ; Rock Spring , $7.00 ; Su
perior , fcO.OO ; Iowa , $4.50 ( < S5.50 ; steam coal ,
$1.50 10 $2.00. _
Ijiinibcr.
DIMKNSIOSS AND TIMPEIIS.
1UMKV
10 tt. 18 ft 20 ft S3 ft 21 ft
. Ill 60 19 00 ( K ) ! M 00 31 ( fl
ixfl . If ! 50 1 ! ) 00 111 TO L'l 6031 60
SB .1(1 ( 1'J ( XI ID 00 M ( X ) 20 00
2x1(1. ( . . . .111 ID 00 IU OU ' 'I Ul 21 00
2x13. . . . .17 60 1 ! ) 00 I1) ) (10 ( 23 H )
4x18x8. .17 60 in m (10HI 21 00
Add 60 cents per 1,000 foot for rough Joist.
iiOAnns.
No. 1 com , Bis $18.00 I No. 3 com , sis $15.00
No. 2 coir. , s 1 p 1G.50 | No. 4 com , sis 12.50
Add 50 cents Per 1,000 for rough.
FENCIN'O.
No. 1 , 4 and 0 in , 13 and 14 ft , rough.$20.00
No. 1 , " 10 ft , " . . . . 20.00
No. 2 , " 12 and 14 f I , " . . . .10.00
No. 2 , " 10ft , " . . . . 17.00
8I1HXO.
A , 12,14 & 10 ft.$20.50 I C , 12 , 14 & 10 ft.$14.75
B , " " 19.75 | D. " " 11.75
CEILINO ANI1 PAIITITIOJJ.
1st com , % in white pine coiling .00
2d > r " " " 27.00
Clear ? jf in Norway pine ceiling 15.50
2dcom 8'in " " " 13.50
FLOOHINO.
AOIn white pine $34.00
B " " " 82.00
C " " " 29.00
D " " " 21.00
E " " " ( sol. : eneing > 18,50
Six Inch drop siding 50o per 1,000 extra.
STOCK 1IOA11DS.
A , 12 in , sis.$45.00 C , 12 In , sis.$30.00
B , 13 in , s 1's . . 80.00 D , 12 in , sis. . . 22.00
No. 1 com , 13 In , sis , 12ft 20.50
No. Icom , 12 in. sis , 14ft 20.00
No. Icom , 12 in , si s , IG ft 20.00
No. 1 com , 12 in , sis , 10 , 18 nnd 20 ft. . 22.50
No. 2 com , 12 in , sis , 10 , 18 and 20 ft. . 19.45
No. 2 com , 12 In , s 1 s , 12 and 14 ft 18.50
No. 2 com , 12 in , s 1 a , 1(5 ( ft 18.00
12 in grooved roollni : $12 per M. moro than
12 in stock boards same length.
10 in grooved roofing same prlco as 13 in
stock boards.
SHIP LAP.
No. 1 plain , 8 and 10 iu $18.75
No. 2 plain , 8 nnd 10 in 17.00
No. 1O. G. , 8iu 10.25
FINISHING.
1st and 3d , clear , 1. ! > / , iu s 2 s $50 00
" " ' IJtf , 3 in , s 3s 50.00
3d , clear , 1 in , s2s 45 00
" I,1Itf. . 2 hi 40.00
A , select , lln , s2s 30.00
A , " IK , W , 2 in 43.00
B. " lin , s3s 29.00
B , " ltfl ) .3in 30.00
B , select , all 10 ft. $1 extra.
SOUTHEUX YELLOW 1'INE.
Star 4 In flooring $19.50
1st and 3d , clear , 4 in Mooring. 21.50
Clear % in celling 10.50
Clear % m partition 23.50
Clear % in partlon$3 above ? In celling
Clear finish , 1 and Itf In , s3s 20.00
Clear finish , 1 % nnd 3 in , s3s 29.00
Clear corrugated celling , 4 In 33.50
Clear yellow pine casing and base 35.00
rOPLAH MJMDISIl.
Clear poplar bx bds , % In s 2 s $35.00
Clear " " " % in pane ) , s 2 s. . 27.00
Clear " " " cor'ga'td ceiling , 28.00
THE IlEALiTV MARKET.
Instruments Placed on Record Dur
ing Yesterday.
K Jenulncs and wife to United Service Co ,
s / lot 7. blk U , tmb J I Hecllck's adcl.w d { 3,300
0 J 1 Inner et ill to Unltucl Service Co , ni \
lot 7. blk U. sub J 1 Iteillck'a add.wd. . . 3,300
C Orltleo and wife to 1 T Powell , out lot
2:1 : nnd part out lot 24 , w 10-15-10 e , w d 400
C Orlireo and wlte to 1T Powell , u } 4 of n
w ! i-.1-15-10 e , w d 2,000
Wm K Hnwley and wife to A Carpenter ,
lots , llawloy terrace , wd 450
A Curponter to T Kennedy , lot 8 , Huwley
terrace , w d 260
Marshall & Lobcck to M Welmann , lot 0 ,
Marxhiill cV I.obeck's illv , wd 600
E A Ilium anil wife to J T Dillon , lot 10 ,
blk 2 , Kostor's add , w d 6,000
L Ilurnlmm and wire to ,1 II Robinson , lot
2 , blk 2 , and lot 1(1 ( , blk 2 , C'rebton add.wil 2,500
J M Swetnam nnd wife to H K Hl ley , lots
3 and 3 , blk 1. Hartford place , w d 000
C 1C Maynu and wlfo to C F Lookhart , lot
12 , blk 5 , C K Mnyue's 1st add Valleywd 35
J K I.ockhnit to A A fronts , lot 12 , blk 5 , 0
CKMayno's iHt add Valley , w d 35
T Dillon nnd wife to J il Uoblnson , lot
10 , blk 3. Foster's add , w d 0,000
K A Van Gilder and wife to N D Hoxle.
lot 1 and n 41 ft lot 2 , blkli , S K Rogers'
ndd , wd 8,100
I , Ilradford nnd wife to I , P Pruyn , lots 1
nnd 4 , llenson's sub , w d
8 'I' Nelson und wlfo to It Nunn , n 23 ft
lotH , blkl , Idlewlld add , \v d 2.70C
C 0 Cary nnd wife to K U French , lot I'J ,
blk 18. Central tmrk , w d 3,000
O .1 Fox nnd wlfo to K K French , lots 6
nnd ( ) . blty , Kverett place , w d 1,000
0 K .Mayne nnd wife to H Fonts. H 2.1 ft lot
1 , blk 2 , O K Mnyne's 1st add Vnlley , w d 75
Wm C Albright nnd wife to K A Chenory ,
lot 14. blk ill. Albright's Choice , w d 371
J licfiley nnd wife to ACarngiiu , 138-100 A ,
sec 3-14-13 , e , ij cd 2 ,
Total JiO,040.1' '
niillduif ; 1'ermlts.
The following building permits wcro Is
sued yesterday :
Crelghton college , Improvements , Califor
nia nnd Twenty-llftli streets $20,000
V. ( ! . Ithoades. coal sued , Fourteenth uud
Mason htrect.s 1,600
D. (1. Khoudes , olllco , Thirteenth and II. &
M.tracks 300
Bnmni'lCotncr , trustee. twocottnges.Thlr-
tv-Hfth , near Lenvenworth 3,000
Prank Ixmgpuul , Improvements , i'our-
teeuth. near Hickory street 100
L. F. Mnglnn , Improveinunts , Twenty-
seventh , near CumliiK btreet 1,000
Exposition llulldlng asboclatlon , liniirovo-
ments , Cnpltnl avenue and Fltteenth
street 6,000
D. C. Patterson , cottage. Twenty-sixth ,
ncnrCaldwell 700
Eight permits , aggregating Ml.OOO
Best tnblo board lor the money. Try
our day board.
C. 11. PALMER. N. I > . IUCIIUA.V. J. U. lll.ANCILAIIU
PALMER. RICHMAN & CO. ,
Live Slock Commission Merchants.
& l& > Sif&ssx uln
NORIMERWESTERFIELp& MALEY
Liye Stock Commission ,
Itoom 15 , Bxchanpo Iliilldlnn , Unloa Block Yards ,
boulh Oiualim , Nub.
ALEXANDER fc FITCH.
Commision Dealers in Live Soci ,
2com2 ! , Uppoilte Etchangu Ilutldlnic , Uulou Stock
y rd , BoutU om hu , Neb.
UNION STOCK YARDS"COH
Of Omana , Limited ,
.Bttrd. IttCirlaUadtaU
_ > mplomont8. _
CHXTnCHILL. PARKER , '
Dealer in Agricultural Implements , Wagons ,
C rri go and Iluitelri. JMI < Htrcftb tn culrtb uJ
luih ,
LINING E R TM ET" < JALF co. .
AgricnltnralImplementsl a onsCarriages ,
i , Kte. Wholcfule. Omaha ,
PARLIN , ORENDORF & MARTIN ,
Wholnalv l > lf r In
Agricultural Implements , Wagons & Buggies
Ul , SW , nVi nn J W7 Jonta Street , Omaha.
P. P. MAST it CO. ,
Manufacturers of Bnckeye Drills , Seeflers ,
CultlTaton , llaj Ilaken. Cider Mllln and I.utmn 1'ul-
Tutlteri. Cur. lltu anil Nlcholat t < trcvli.
WINONA IMPLEMENT CO. ,
Whole ale
Agricultural Implements , Wagons SBnggies
< \mer 14th "ml N'leliolimi'tri'Cti' ' .
OMAHA nilANCII.
J. F. SEIBERLING & CO. ,
Akron , Ohio.
Harvesting Machinery and Binder Twine ,
W , K. Mciul , Maniuor. 1313 Lcarenworth nt. , Omnlm.
M OU N E , MI LBURN& STOOD ARDCo
ManiifiicturcrsandJubbcri In
Wagons , Buggies , Rakes , Plows Etc ,
Cor. Btu an < l I'ncillc t < treuts , Onmlin , Nub.
Artists' Mntorlnls.
A HOSPE. Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
uuiilm Btrcct , Omnlm , Nclirnfka.
Bookaollora and Stntlonors.
H. M. & S. W. JONES ,
Euccessornto A. T. Kenyon A. Co. , Wholesale Altctall
Booksellers and Stationers ,
Kino \Voldlnti yinlldnorr , Commi-rclal ( HnUoneiy
li''J Dounlas Street. Onisha. Nub ,
Boots and Shoos.
KIRKENDALL , JONES & CO. .
( Sutce ser to Ileeil.Jono &to. )
WholesaleMaiiufacturersofBootsandShoes
Auuutsfur llonton HubDcr Shoo Co. lll , 1104 & 11W
" IlarneT . , Omaha. Ncbraaka.
W. V. MORSE & CO. .
Jokers of Boots and Shoes ,
1101,1103-1105 Douglas St. , Oranha Manufactory , Sum'
mcr M. . . Huston.
Coffees , Splcoa , Etc-
CLARKE COFFEE CO. ,
Omaha Coffee and f pica Mills.
Teas , Coffees , Spices , Baking Powder ,
FlaTorlng Kxtraots , lAimdry lllue. Inks , Ktc. ! (
J41IJ lUruty Htreet , Omaba. Nebra k .
Crockery
W. L7WRiGHT ,
Agent for the Miinufacturers mnd Importeis of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Chimneys ,
Ktc. Offl ce. 317 S. 13th St. , Omnba. Nebraska.
PERKINS , GATCH &LAUMAN.
loiDoruirs find Jobber ! ) of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Silverware
Etc. 1511 Knrnam gt. , New 1'aiton Building.
Commission and _
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RIDDELL & RIDDELL"
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
VpcclaUlc * " "Ili-r. n Chi-i-'o. VniiUrjr. Game ,
IllZHowiknl Strtot. Omaha.
GEO. SCHROEDER & CO. ,
Successors to McSUano Hchroeder. )
Produce Commission and Cold Storage ,
Omaha. Nebraska.
FREDERICK J. FAIRBRASS. .
Wholesale
Flour , Feed , Grain and General Commision
Merchant. Correspondence solicited. 1011 North ICth
Street , Ouiiiuu , Nel > .
Coal , Coke and Llmo-
OMAHA COAL , COKE & LIME CO. .
Joto of Hard and Soft Coal ,
309 South 13th Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
J. J. JOHNSON & CO. ,
Manufacturers of Lime ,
And shippers of Coul , Conk , Cement , I'mMer , I.ln
Drain Tile , anil Sewer ripe , ontce , 21S , S. 131U
St. , Onmlm , Neb. Telephone 811.
NEFSASKA FUEL CO. ,
Shippers of Coal and Coitf ,
21 < South 13th St. Omaha. Neb.
Dry Coodajina
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'M. E"SMITH & "co. ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions ,
1103 and 1104 Douglas , Cor. llth St. , Omaha , Neb.
KILPATRlCK-KOCHDRYGOODSCo
Importers andJohhersinDryGooflsNotions ,
Gents' Furnishing floods. Comer llth and Hunej
Bts. , Omaba , Nebraska.
_ FurnUure.
DEWEY & STONED
Wholesale-Dealers in Furniture ,
Karnam Btreet. Omaha. Nebraska.
CHARLES SH1VERICK ,
Furniture
Omaha , Nebraska.
Groceries.
PAXTON , GALLAGHER'iTcoTr
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
70S , 707.709 and 711 B. 10th St. , Omahn , Neb.
McCORD , BRADY & CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
t ( h and Leavonnrorth Streets , Omaha , Nebraska.
Haj-dyvaro.
LEE , Cl-AR E , ANDRE
WARE COMPANY ,
Wholesale Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plate ,
Jletnls , Sheet Iron , etc. .Agents for Howe Scales ,
Jlluml 1'owiler niid I.ynmn Ilnrbed wire ,
Umahu , Nebr.'isktu
HIMEBAUGH &TAYLOR.
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop ,
Mechanics' Tools and IlutTalo Bcalea. 1WJ Uouglui
btreet , Omaha , Nebraaka.
RECTOR , WILHELMY & CO. ,
Wholesale Hardware ,
lOthand Harrier Sis. , Omaha. Neb. Western Agenti
for Ausiln Powder Co. , Jefferson Steel Nails ,
Fairbanks Standard Scales.
MARKS BROS. SADDLERY CO.
Wholesale Manufacturcra of
Saddlery & Jihoers of Saddlery Hardware
And Leather. 1103 , Ul' ( , anil 141/7 Humor St. , Omaha ,
Nebraska.
Hoayy Hardware.
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W. J. BROATCH ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Springs , Waiton Stock , Hardware. Lumber , Ktc. 1JOS
and Ull Uarney Blreel. Omaha.
W SBlB Hillllllll B
Hats , Caps , Etc.
W. L. PARROTTE & CO. ,
Wholesale Hats , Caps -and Straw Goods ,
1107 Harner Blroet , Omaha. Neb.
Lumber.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. ,
All Kinds of Building Material at Wholesale
ISUElreoland Union 1'aclBoTrackOnialm.
LOUIS BRA'DFORD ,
Dealer in Lnmher , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Doori.Eto. Tards-Corner 7IU and Dowlasi C'oiuci
f . Sth nJIoo _ Ui.
OMAHAJOBBEnSlBECTOBY
_ Lumber
C. N.DIETZ.
Dealer in All Kinduf Lumber ,
Ulhand California gtrccta.Onmlm , Ncbra > k .
hlitu W. Urt/tt , ' "
Lnmber Lime Cement Etc
Eic
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Corner Mh an J Douglas U. . Omaha.
tTW. HARVEY LUMBER CO. . " *
To Dealers Only ,
Office , 1403 Farnam Ptrcot , Omaha.
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc ,
Imported and American I'nrllaml ( Vmrnt , P
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.AitentforMllwaukp * Hydraulic Ouicnt and
_ _ Qulncy While Ume.
CHAS. H. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood Carpels and 1'arq.uel Floorlnn , Mb. anil Doiitlim
I. OBERFELDER A CO. ,
Importers & Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
ON. 5111 und 515 Rnnth Illh Slroi-t
Ovornlta.
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING CO. .
Manufacturers of Overalls ,
Jeans 1'auts , BhirU , Ktc. HOInnd 1101 LKU I 5 Street ,
Uiunha. : < vb.
NottonB , i1
J. T. RO"BTNSON NOTION co. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goods
VO and M'igcutli 10th St. , Omaha.
Oils.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholsale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
Axle Clrcnse , Ktc. , Omaha , A , 11 , lllihop. Manager.
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VINYARD Si SCHNEIDER ,
Notions and Gent's ' Furnishing Goods ,
HOT. Humer Hlreet. Omaha.
Office Fixtures.
THIS glMMOXDS MANUPACTUUINa CO.
Mnnufuctiire.'s of
Bank , Office and Saloon Fixtures ,
Mantle * . Sideboard' . Hook Cases , Drill ? Hxture .WaH
Caio , Partition * , llalllnir * , Counters , lleerand Wine
Coolers. Mlrrors.cte. Factory anil umec , irJUund 1TA
fcoutli 1,1th St. , Omuha. Tolephune llif.
PaTntB
VJMMINGS St. NEILSON ,
Wholesale Dealers In
Paints , Oils , Window Glass , Etc ,
HIS Fnrnam Street. Omaha , Neb.
Paper.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. .
Wholesale Paper Bealers ,
Carry a nice stock of Printing , Wrapping and Wrltlni
l'fir. Special attention ulvon to car load order * .
Paper Boxes. " _
L. WILKIE.
Proprietor Omaha Paper Box Factory.
Nos. 1317 and UUI Uouglus St. , Omaha , Neb. $ i
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Printers' Materials.
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION ,
Auxiliary Publishers ,
Dealers In Type , Presses and Printers' Supplies. GDI
South mh Street , Oiuaha.
Rubber Goods.
OMAHA RUBBER CO. ,
Manufacturers and Bealers in Rubber Goods
911 Clothing and Leather llcltlue. 10U8 Karnam StrMt.
j Doors ,
M. A. DISBROV/ t , CO.ii
Wliolcsalo Manufacturers ot
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
Uranch Office , 12th and liard Streets , Omaha , Neb.
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturers of Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
Msuldlugs , HtalrWork and Interior Hani Wood Kin-
sh. N. U. CX > rner Hth and l.envenwortU Streets ,
Umabn. Jjeo. ; g\ \
Stoatn Fittings , Pumpa , Etc.
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A. L. STRANG CO. ,
Pflmns , Pipes and Engines ,
CHUHCHILL PUMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pumps , Pipe , Fittings ,
Iteam and Water Supplies. Headquarters for Mast.
hoost ACo's gooils. 1111 Karnam St.Omaha.
U. S. WIND ENGINE K PUMP CO. .
Steam and Water Supplies ,
Ualllday Wind Mills. 018 and tOI Fumam St. , Omaha.
_ U. K. llo s , Acllng Manager.
BROWNELL & CO. .
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery.
Sheet Iron Work Steam I'nnipi , Pnw MIMs. 1213-1211
Learenworth Street , Omaha.
Joojrts.
PHIL. STIMMEL & CO. ,
Wholesale Farm , Field and Garden Seeds
911 and U13 Jones Struct. Oinuha.
Storage , Forwarding & Commission
ARMSTRONG , PETTIS 4CO. . ,
Storage , Forwarding and Commission ,
Branch housa of tlio Ileimey lluuzr Co. Ilimiiles at
whulesulo and retail , UH 13lOiiiil 1312 Izard Btreet ,
Omnlm. Ttflephiine N' < i. 7fVI.
OMAHA MA1FACTOBBBS.
JjSrnoUe Stackja , B ollora " , Etc.
H. K. SAWYER.
Manufacturing Dealer in Smoke Stacte
BrttcLlniiS , Tanks and Ccnernl Ilollcr Hopulrlntf. 13U
Uodifn Street. Umahu. Neb
Browora _
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STOnz' &
Lager Beer Brewers ,
1121 Norlu KUtlitoontli t'lrect , Omnba , Ken.
Cornloo
EAQLE CORNICE WORKS ,
Manufacture Galvanizeil Iron and Cornice ,
John Eponotor , I'roprlPlor. IMJ.Doileo anil IrtlHiid 1M
Nurlh lUtu Htrnet , Uiimlin.
Iron Works.
STEAM BOILER WORKS.
Carter b son , IVop'K. Manufacturers of all kind *
Steam Boilers , Ms and Sheet Iron Work
Works Poulli 3Hu and II. It M. Cronlnz.
1'AXTON & VIKUI.INQ IKON WOIIK8.
Wponght and Cast Iron Building fort
Uniilncs , llrass Work , General Komidry , Machine an4
IJlticksuiltli Work , unlfu ndVnrk , U , I' , Uj ,
and inn Street , Omnlm ,
OTVTAHA WIRE * & I RON" WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railings
Desk Halls , Window nnnnli , Flower Ptnncli. Wlro
bluns. Ktc. 1SI North Ifth Htrfet , Oumlm.
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OMAHA SAFE and IRON WORKS.
Man'frs ' of Fire & Burglar Proof Safes
Faults , Jail Work , Iron and Wire Fcncln ? , WKHI , Ktc.
U. Andrecn , 1'rov'r for.llta anl .lac-Eton an.
CHAMPION IRON and WIRE WORKS
Iron and Wire Fences , Railings , Guards
and Screens , for bunks , offlces. lori' . reitdencas. ot'c.
Improved Awnlnvs. l-ockimltli Mnrlilnerf and
lllacksmlili Works. VU WoutU Utti Ml.
MEACHER & WH1TMORE ,
Fire and Burglar Proof SafesTiuie , IMs
Oeneru , .nu