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I THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY , AUGUST 23. 1888. 3
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Wheat Grows Nervous and n Re
action Sots In.
CORN ALMOST FEATURELESS.
Oath Quirt lut Stundy Provisions
Ilrcovcr From TucAclny'H Io
Cattle Active
Jlo n u Hlinilc Off.
CHICAGO I'UODUCK MAIIKKT.
CIIIOAOO , August22. [ Special Telegram to
TIIK llin,1 : The wheat market was in a very
nervous stutu to-day. Uvus not u broad mar
ket iu the Konsc that the whole world was in
It , but the volume of trade , nevertheless , was
very large. Cables were strong and advanc
ing in the HngllMi and continental markets
as ( | uotcd in public and private dispatches.
I'arls was especially strong on Hour and
the continent was a good buyer , ovnn an
anxious one , In many instances. Newt. from
the northwest was conlllctlni. , l > u't In the
main it leaned toward the bti'il sulo. Dal-
rymplo , the big farmer , was quoted as tele
graphing that DaUoVu nnd Minnesota would
raise a full crop of straw this year , and
two-tliirds of a crop of wheat. Dalrymplo
probably knows no more than any ono of fiOO
men who have been sending advices from
ttmt country , but his llguro of speech struck
thu crowd as n happy one and his remark
went the rounds. Then the 1'ost failure In
New York helped to stimulate the nervous
ness around tlio opening. Ills interest In
the market was exaggerated and it was ofll-
dally stated late In the day at 1,800,000
bushels of short wheat und 1,000,000 bushels
of long corn , but at the beginning operators
acted as though they thought the failure
might have an effect on prices , nnd perhaps
It did. At liny rate the market opened
Btrong at S0e for September and S'.ljjo for
December and advanced Jfo for the lirst
month nnd J c for the latter. On tlio bulge
there was enormous realising for local and
general art-omit. Tlio disposition to realise
profits seemed to be widespread. Hutchin
son was represented to bo u largo buyer of
September anil October and u seller of Do-
ccniber. The crowd was very largely bull
ish , but nine out of ten of the active oper
ators were in expectation of a reaction. An
advance of 4(2Sc ( per bushel from the last
hulling place and bijiOe from the bottom ,
Btruck the conservative clement as being
quite enough for the time being , and advlcu
was freely given to take profits and wait for
a chance to get iu at the lower prices. This
nuvlfc. of course , did not spring from the
radical bulls and it enraged them to hear it.
There are very few who do not freely
concede that the situation warrants the
present advance , and , ultiuiatelymucli higher
prices still but there is a little too much of
one-man muscle In the present boom to in
spire the veterans and public with subllmo
contUlcnco in its permanency. It Is not the
advance but the way It was made that makes
"old timers" just a mite cautious at this
juncture. Hcnco the frequency of advices to
"tako prollts. " Sure enough there was u
reaction. The market worked back from
? % for September and Mo ) for December
to &UJ'fiiby(1o ( ( and bS > 4c for two months in
the order named. The break was caused by
rcalblng , by raiding and by the receipt of u
budget of bearish news from New York , in
which easier English cables and the cancel
lation of late English buying orders were
mentioned as the reasons why Uhero should
bo a reaction. On the downturn a big trade
was done in tlio pit. A break developed tlio
fact that a great lot of wheat had been
bought on the bulge upon which holdcis did
not propose to take a loss. There was , how
ever , BOino very good buying , and the do-
cllno was very far from being a rush , but
closings show a shrinkage of } < | @ 3 e as com
pared with yesterday. The market is get
ting its reaction.
The corn market was rather quiet most of
the day , and developed no especial feature.
Uusiness wns largely local and mostly of a
scalping character. The opening was
rather easy and somewhat below last night's
close owing largely to higher temperature re
ported from the corn bolt , nnd September
sold , soon after the opening , as low as 44 % ©
44Kci split. Hut the market developed con
siderable strength when wheat went up , nnd
the shorts bought rather freely , September
Belling sparingly at 44J < @ 15c , split. Prom
this point there was an inogular dcclino to
44Kc. The market then improved
some , closing at 45c. September at the
close was about > c lower than it closed last
night. October was about J < e lower , and
May was nearly unchanged. The market as
n whole wns featureless nnd changes with
out significance.
Oats were quiet to-day , though steady and
flrm on all futures within a narrow range.
August was in slightly hotter request than
n few days ago , while other near months nnd
seller the year attracted little interest under
an absence of outside trading orders , ruling
about 'lie higher than yesterday. May was
in fair demand and * fc higher early , but sub
sequently ruled easier owing to the partial
withdrawal of buyers. No. a regular was in
fair demand with sales of car lots early at
" 5 } c and 2oc bid Inter.
1'rovisions recovered share of
a good yes
terday's depression. The opening was timid
nnd on an uvorago at a shade easier prices ,
but it soon became apparent that the senti
ment of trade had experienced a changeover
night , and with restricted offerings the mar
ket promptly advanced. During the bettor
portion of the day the feeling , in fact , was
strong , and from initial quotations , pork sold
lip 20i2 : c , lard TM@10o nnd short ribs
lOc. A little of this improvement was after
wards lost , yet at the adjournment pork
showed an actual advance of 12J c , lard of
7)j@10c and short ribs of ! ) J < < 23 .
CHICAGO JjlVK STOCK.
CIIIOAOO , August 21 ( Special Telegram to
TUB HBK. | UATTI.E Uuslness was fairly
active , with little or no change in values as
compared with yesterday , yet 25@)0o ; ) lower
on fair to good natives than last week A
heavy run of Texans and rangers sent prices
down 10@l ! > e. Out of 22,000 cattle In sight
in the various markets this morning , over
11,000 were Texans nnd rangers ; hence the
downturn in all the markets. Common na
tive steers sold slow and perhaps a shade
off. Common and canning cows , bulls
and other low grade stock had to stand a
snare of the decline. Veal calves were in
fair demand and steady. The stocker anil
feeder trade remains dull. Prices are ex-
trcmely low und no demand at that. Five
cars of New York ( Chautauqua county ]
calves sold at $9.00@11,00 per head.
The receipts Included 0,300 Texas
nnd western cattle ; choice to
extra beeves Btcady at J0.00@0. 0 ;
medium to good steers , UTjOto 1f > 00 Ibs , fj.lt
( M.S'J ' ; 1COO to llttO Ibs , $4.50@5SO ; IOO io
1200 Ibs , $ J..M > ( 470 ; stockers and feeders
f'J.OOGO.lii ; cows , bulls and mixed , $1.30 ( < Z >
a.00 ; bulk , $2.40. Texas cattle steady ; steers
t)50tol050 ) Ibs , $ J.bOUO : ; 750 to VKW Ibs
fJ.40 ; COO to 700 Ibs , f J.20V12.50 ( ; cows , H.70@
2.20 ; western rangers 10@15o lower oxccp
slops ; natives and half breeds , $3.50o.OO
cows , f.VJSCuU.OO ; wintered Texans , fj.25g
3.00.
3.00.Hoas
Hoas Business opened brisk and n fcv >
early sales showed u slight advance , llu
late arrivals sold a nhado off , the genera
market closing easier than at the opening
The bulk of best heavy sold at ( t > . ! > 5@i > . ( iO
ono or two lots at (0.05 , and city butchers
imtdW.70 for ono lot ; all barrows und all
good to average were about $ J.W ! ) ; mixed and
packing sorts bold at fO.U'QlUO ' , and light at
FINANCIAL.
NEW YORK , August ft ! . [ Special Telegram
to THE DEE. ] STOCKS The general list
opened slightly below last night's close , the
only Important changes being a loss of %
iu Missouri Pacific and a gain of X ' " New
York Central. Early trading developed a
strong tone , and values during the first half
hour advanced on tolerably largo business in
most of the active stocks. Wheeling , Lake
Erlo preferred , Missouri Pacific , New York
Central and Lake Shore made the largest
gains , the advance in the remainder of the
list being small. The Vanderbllts were es
pecially active and { or a Uiuo there was quito
n bullish feeling on the floor , based on strong
initldo supiwt given these stocks and coalers.
After 10)0 ; ! ) there was a slight reaction and
the t market became dull. Later in the day
Northern Pacific preferred and Oregon
Transcontinental were the leading feature ,
some favoniblu news regarding the former
being In circulation and both were active
and strong , though there was no material ad
vance in them. The Now England statement
for nine months shows n deficit of . * 12i,048 ! ,
which was used ndViuit.igcou.sly by the bears ,
and the general list followed the decline ,
until about all of the morning's advance was
lost. ' The market Is limited to room traders ,
the large operators doing nothing but wait
ing for "corn huskiu"1 time. The close was
dull , ut about the lowest prices of the day.
The total sales were 19',1M shares.
II. S. 4n regular . . .123'4 ' Northern Pacific . 2
tj. H. 4scoupons . .ItMM dopretvrruil. . . M
r. . . 1'isrcgulnr IWi'iC. AcN. W
r. . M. \ st. P
rte preferred.
t. Paul , V Oumhii111
Illinolf do preferred . . . .1US
I- ! ' , . \\v . ir , t'nlonl'.icillc H )
A. Texiii ll ! W..St.l.Vl' It"
. . . . ilo prafortpd.T
Michigan Central. B7 Wunturu Union fcli !
Missouri 1'ftcillc . 'in ,
Mover o.v CM.I. Ensy at Il (7i2 ( per cent ;
last loan atyt per cent ; closed offered at
\\4 per cent.
I'niMK MUHCANTII.U PAPEII l.'jWOJ ' per
cent.
STIIIIMNO E\ciuxnK Dull but firmer at
ntI.Sl for sixty day bills , $4.S7j3 for do-
uiiind.
rUOIHJCIS MAUIO3TH.
Cnicino , August 22. Wheat Easier ;
cash , Miijf ; Soptember. Wf r ; October , SOJfc1
Corn Steady ; cash , lle ; September ,
44e : Olober , 44(1 ( llir.
OatS"StPadycasli,2. ; > 1 'e ; September , 2P0e ,
October , 24 > < ; c.
Kyo 4bc.
liurloy Nominal.
Prime Timothy * 2.23.
Flax $1.23.
Whisky- 20.
Pork Steady ; cash and September ,
fl.'I.M ) ; October , $1387" f.
Lard Firm ; cash ami September , ? 3.97 } ;
October , $ lb < j.
Flour Firm ; wheat In sacks , % l 75c t2.CO ;
In biurols , $ HOO@1.40. Spring wheat in
sacks , $1.75 ® 125 ; in barrels , $ , ' 1.50 " 4.85 ;
rye in sacks , $2.5'.00 ' ) : ! ; in barrels , SJ.OOQ
Dry Salt Meats Shoulders , $7.10 ( < Z7.50 ;
short clear , fS.bOS.9.03 ( ; shoit ribs , Jb.l7J < ? @
Hutter Dull ; creamery , 15@20c ; dairy ,
Chouse Dull ; full cream Cheddars and
Hats , 7 } ( iISo ; young Americas , 8'4@S ' c.
Eggs Firm at4(2l5c. (
Hides Heavy green salted , r.Jf@Oo ; light
green salted , CiWfo ( ; salted bull , f > c ; groou
salted calf , li > @ 7e ; dry Hint , 7Jtf@So ; dry
calf , "GisSe ; deacons , 20@J5e each ; dry
salted , 7c.
Tallow Firm : No. 1. solid packed , 4 } c ;
No. 2 , 3J e , and cake , . ' ( ' © Ic per lb.
Keceipts. Shipments.
Flour , bbls itt.OOO 21.000
Wheat bu 124.000 00,000
Corn , bu 30J.OOO 145,000
Oats , bu 2ti'JOOU 139,000
Kyo , bu . . . .
Hurley , bu . . . .
Now Vork , August 22. Wheat Recoints ,
215,000 ; exports , 21'.l,000 ; spot lower , clos
ing weak ; sales of No. 2 red , U7e in eleva
tor and afloat'JS' ' il Ko f. o. b. or store ;
ungraded red , 91@lt ! > c ; No. 3 red , Ii2' ' < c ;
No. 4 red , 84Xe ; options opened % a above
yesterday , ruled irregular , selling off 1C5
l c and closed steady ; No. 2 red , Septem
ber , ! )0 ° < c-
Corn Receipts , 91,100 ; exports , 80,100 ;
spot , moderately active and generally
steady ; ungraded mixed , 5n@5tJ : c ; No. 2 ,
quoted at 54@51' ' c in elevator ; options
opened J O'-ie lower on pressure to sell , re
acted , closing bteady , No. 2 , September , clos
ing at ftljfe.
Oats Keceipts , 11.400 ; exports , COO ; spot ,
fairly active but decidedly lower on now ,
closing weak ; mixed western , 2siP39c ( ; white
western , 4lilSc. ) (
Coffee Options opened unchanged to 15
points advance on foioign advices , llrm ,
closing steady ; sales , 45,200 bags ; August ,
* tl.20@ll.r > 0 ; September , * 10.8&11.00 ; Oc
tober , S10.20@10.35 ; spot , Uio , stronger , with
fair cargoes quoted at H'-ifc.
Petroleum United closed steady at 80c.
Eggs Unsettled ; wcstern , lD@17e.
Pork Quiet but steady ; mess , $14.00 ®
14.25 for old ; $15.00@15.50 for new.
Lard Spot , quiet but steady ; western
team , J9.25.
Hutter Fair demand ; western dairy , 11@
} c ; western creamery , 13. } @ 20c.
Uhecso Held more flrnily ; western , C @
St. Ijoulrt. August 22. Wheat Lower ;
ash , 88) ) c ; September , 87J c.
Corn Dull ; cash , 40j c ; September , 48c.
Oats Firm ; cash , 24) ) @ 21 e ; September ,
1U@23XC-
Pork Firmer at $14.50.
Lard Higher at $3.75.
Whisky $1.14.
Hutter Quiet and unchanged ; creamery ,
S@20c ; dairy , 14ii10c. ( !
Milwaukee , August 22. Wheat Easy ;
ash , b5e ; September , S4c ; October , S-V c.
Corn Steady ; No. 3 , 44&c.
Oats Steady ; No. 2 white , 31@32c.
Hyo Firm ; No. 1 , 49' < c.
Unrley Dull ; No. 2 , cash , nominal.
Provisions Higher ; pork , cash and Au
gust , $13.80.
Minneapolis , August 22. Wheat Ro-
eipts , 72 cars : shipments , 42 cars ; market
igain nervous nnd sellers were inclined to
laid for stiff prices ; No. 1 hard , August ,
9c ; September , feOViJc ; October , 87' < ; o ; on
rack , Die ; No. 1 northern , August , t > 7c ;
September , S7J < j"c ; October , Siitfe ; on track , b9
gb'.iifo ; No. 2 northern , August , 84e ; Sop-
ember , 84 0 ; on track , 85@s5J c.
Clnolniiutl. August 22. Wheat Active
and higher ; No. 2 red , 80c.
Corn Dull nnd easier ; No. 2 mixed , 45c.
Oats Weaker ; No. 2 mixed. 20 ( < i20)-sC.
Rye-Firmer ; No. 2 , 5'Jo.
Pork Quiet at $14.75.
Whisky Firm at $1.14.
KiinsnH City. August 22. Wheat
Higher ; No. 2 red , cash , 74Jfc bid ; Septcm-
jcr , 74 > 4e bid ; No. 3 red , cash , 70o bid ; No.
2 soft , cash , 7& > o bid.
Corn Stronger ; No. 2 cash , 35J c bid ;
No. 2 white , cash , 37c bid.
Oats. No. 2 , cash , 20 * obid ; September , 21o
bid.
lilVK STOCK.
, August 22. The Drovers' Jour
nal reports as follows
Cattle Receipts , 11,000 ; market generally
lOc lower : beeves. JO.OO < Vt > . 10 ; steers , $ J.50@
fi.SO ; stoekers and feeders , $2.00@3.25 ; cows ,
bulls and mixed , $1.0@3.00 ! ! ; Texas cattle ,
? 1.70 ( 3.30 ; western rangers , $2.05r ( < J5.00.
Hogs Receipts , 11,000 ; market steady ;
mixed , fS.'JO&G 55 ; heavy , $0.10@0.70 ; light ,
$ o9tXg0.55 ; skips , $4.20@o.90.
Shceji Receipts. 5,000 ; market steady ,
natives , $ . ' .75 ( < t4SO ; western shorn , $ .1.25y ( !
3.90 ; Texans , shorn , $2.75 ( < i3.00j lambs , H.40
00.00.
City , August. 22. Cattle Re
ceipts , 0,000 ; shipments , 4,000 ; dressed
beef and shipping steers , steady ; grass
range steers , lOe lower ; cows , 5@10o lower ;
stackers and feeding steers , lOo higher ; good
to choice corn-fed. $5.00@5.50 : common to
medium , $ 't.25@4.75 ; stackers and feeding
steers , $1.GO < 3.W ) ; grass range steers , $ l.bO
QH.20 ; cows , $1.25@2.75.
Hops Receipts , 5,000 ; shipments , 2,000 ;
market steady ; good to choice , J0.25@0.35 ;
common to medium , $5.25(30.15 ( ; skips and
pigs , * 4.00@5.0U.
_
OMAHA IAVK 8TOC1C
Cattle.
Wednesday , August 22 , 1833.
The quality of the cattle on sale was about
an average of the past few days , the bulk be
ing western cuttlo with very few desirable
beef cattle. While strictly prime corn fed
cattle would probably have brought steady
prices , the market was lOo lower on such
beef cattle as there were here. Hutcheia
stack , cows , etc. , was blow and dull at barely
steady prices. Feeders were steady but tha
number sold was not large. .
The receipts of hogs were moderate and
thu market was fairly active at a decline ol
5c. The quality of the hogs was hardly as
good on an average as yesterday and there
were no tappy loads. The receipts of cholcx
light hogs weighing about 170 Ibs fall short
of supplying the demand and It has been lav
possible to till eastern orders. The market
closed with everything sold.
Hliecp.
There were no sheep here to makon market.
Cattle . . . . t ( . , . . . . l.ono
. . . . . . . . 4,000
I'rcvallinc
Thofollowlng is a tiuluof price * pitd in
this muritct for tlio gradJ * of stock men
tioned.
Priracstcsrs. 1300 to 1500 Ibs.$5 25 fll5.no
Pnmostoers , 1100 to 1300 Ibs. ft.lH fa.vitt
Feeders 2.7" >
Ranire steers , com'on to choice 2.75 ( itl.25
Common to good cows. . . l.M ) ( it'J.25
Choice to fancy cows. . . . . . . . . . 2/TiO ( d : < .0 < J
Common to choice balls. . . l.f > 0
Fair tocnoico light hogs 0.5 !
Fair to choice heavy hogs , . . . . 0.20
Fairtoctmiro niixea ! ; &s's 0.10 tiO.15
UATII.K.
No. Av. Pr.
'I stags 72. ! fl.Jtt )
2 cows UK * ) 150
7 cows 7SH 1.00
1 cow { ' 20 1.15
Scows Ml 1.05
11 cows 101'J 1.70
1 cow 1110 1.75
I bull 1320 1.75
20 cows 777 I. " .
20 cows t .H
14 cows 11)1)5 ) ) Sill )
22 cows b'-J ) 2.PO
5S co ws b90 200r-
20 cows bS ! 2.05
II cows 1014 '
2J cows 952 JM5
2. ! cows loot 2.15
1 cow b30 2.20
1 heifer SIO 2.20
22 cows 1005 2.30
9 cows H05 2 : > o
li cows IKJil 2.115
21 cows and heifers ' .157 ' *
5 co\\ KIWI si'io
5 co ws HUM 2 ro
1 cow 1150 2.io ;
32 steers , Chcrokces 91S 2.75
4 steers HM2 : i.t-o
1 steer , western 1210 3.00
li feeders btS : t.ir >
40 feeders 'J3"i : u.- >
III feeders 1105 3.25
( J feedeis 1)71 ) 3.25
19 feeders ! )7l ) : t.25
feeders 11M 3.25
Hi feeders. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10iT SUJU
4 steers , westerns 1177 4.00
IIANUU cvTn.u.
Owner. No. Av. Pr.
Whitewood MkgCo.(13 ( steers 12i'i"i.flO )
Whitewood HkgCo .25 cows 1131. 275
WhitowoudlSkgCo. . 2 stags 14.10. 2.75
Whitewood lkg ! Co. . 4 cows U47. 2.25
Haley Live Sfk Co , SS steers 1200. 3 ( Ml
Haley Live St'k Co 2) ) steers 12M1. 2,0 (
Eastman Hros. tSc 15.201 steers 1127. 2.05
nous.
No. Av. Shk. Pr. No. Av. Shk. Pr.
(17. ( . . .242 2bO f5.HO 74. . ,2-fl 210 $0.10
02. . . .202 200 5.'v'5 ' 72 ' , .215 120 11.10
63. . . ,2 < H ) 1KO fioo 78. . , .215 1(10 ( O 10
71 .200 120 0.05 03. . ' OO I 1110 tl.10
94 ! ! ! .2:10 : 320 0.05 K2. . i'.ifto 200 0.10
(15. ( . . .237 40 11.05 79. . , .20'l 0.10
70. . . .211 200 0 05 or. . . .259 2-0 1110
Cfi. . . .273 8(1 ( 0 05 b5 I ) , hi bO
74. . . .229 120 11 05 72..233 40 0 12 i/i
07. " .2J7 210 0.05 73. . 251) ) 40 lusll
IS. . . .312 bO li.05 C7. .2I4 200 0.12'j '
05. . . . SIS 40 0.05 74. ,2ii : 1110
SB. . . .215 241) ) 0.05 72. .239 120
71. . . . 190 200 0.05 ( il ) . .2(12 ( 240
75. . . . 22.1 240 0.07 (18. ( . 214 1110
11100
71. . . . 2.IV. 2(0 ( 007'xf OD. .243 -0
75. . . .IV. ) 120 ( i07 71. .218 1110 015
75. . . .S , " . ) 120 007 CO. . 277 80 0.15
70. . . 211 120 ( J.07 ! ( ! ! . . SJJ (5.15 (
1'2. . . .2W 120 0.10 77. .2JS 40 0.15
lil. . . .214 0.10 78. .220 40 (1.15 (
07. . . 240 120 0.10 01. . 2(51 ( 120 (1.15 (
01.C1.
05. . . .2M ( ) 320 (1.10 ( C1. .259 0.15
1)5. . . .277 2-10 (1.10 ( CX .2J5 15.13
79. . . . 236 1(50 ( 010 ( H. .2'17 100 (5.15 (
81. . . . 231 1(50 ( (1.10 ( (10. .2tlS 1(5' ( ) (520 (
OS. . . .2115 210 (5.10 ( 73. .272 bl ) (1.20 (
( H. . . . ' - > 53 1(50 ( 0.10 54. .210 40 15.20
09. . . . 215. 100 0.10 103. . 277 (5.20 (
OS. . . . 231 SO 0.10 57. . 311 100 0.25
Packers I'urulmscs.
Showing the number of hogs bought by
the leading biivors on the market to-day :
G. II. Hammond & Co . 452
Omaha Packing Co . 1,030
Armour C. P. Co . 75 1
. ) . P. Squires & Co . i . 1,15(55 (
Gibbs & White . 2b7
G. V. Hartlctt . I3r >
HlKhcHt and Ijowest.
The following are the highest and 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 :
August 1889. _ August 18ST. I August 1H8I1.
0 10 ( iyfftj 4 0 > ffl T > Suniliiy.
4io < & > r 4 35 f(44 ( fit )
r , IK ) ( it.ii 5 4 IM ® 'i 15 4 li GH 00
5 70 < JM 15 4 W < < jt > tn 4 4" ) Wt li" )
Sunday. fi ( W &r 2o 4 CO to 1 ii.i
5 1W an 10 G 10 ® 1 30 i CO ( ! j > l I'- ,
fi 80 40 20 Suniliiy. 4 Bi 461 70
fi 80 CIO ( XI C 10 ( iV ) M Sundny.
B 85 CHI 00 B 00 M 25 4 CO ® l 70
IS BO ( j W 4 > & 5 2J 4 r "
6 UO (00 ! 1 > B 05 56' . i."i 4 4 * > tH 5"
Sunday. 5 00 Ft5 17'j ' 4 40 tfi4 70
5 IK W 10 4 ! ) < & > OB 4 40 © t K'
U 00 ( i ! B Sunday. 4 41 C6I fit'
Ijlvc Stock Notos.
J. M. Emcrine , Council Uluffs , was over
with hogs.
Hobert Johnson , of North Loup , was in
with u load of hogs.
D. S. Halter , Fremont , was in and bought
two loads of feeders.
II. Martin came In with a load of butchers
stock from Coleridge.
Mr. Younij , of Young1 Bros. . Wayne , Neb. ,
was in with u load of cattle.
M. J. Hughes had two loads of feeders on
the market from West Point ,
S. I ) . Terry , Heatrice , w.is hero with cattle -
tlo , which sold on the market.
Among the shippers who i-amo In with cat
tle was 1 < \ J. Hcnnett , Concord , Nub.
P. A. Courtney , of tlio linn of Courtney
Uros. , Glasgow , Kas. , came in with a load of
cattle.
Elwood had a representative on the innikct
in the person of II. H. Harbor , who came in
with a load of cattle.
Mr. IJallentlne , of Eastman 13ros. & Hal-
lentine , came in with tun cars of Oregon
cattle from Ontario , which were sold.
The laurels of the far and fair famed Pork-
opolis , under which name the city of Cincin
nati became so generally known , appears to
bo drifting with u t > wift tldo toward the west
until it hovers like a dense fog over South
Omaha. Her hogs are said to bo the fattest ,
the slickest , ami thu gi easiest on the market ,
and they are shipped in greater numbers to
Chicago than the swine of nny other city.
So the report comes to us. Of late they have
been bringing a good price , too. Last week
they were worth $ il. ! > ( ) in the town itself , nnd
ns high as 0 ( V > in Chicago , while in Kansas
City the prices did not range above f ! .3 , " ) .
No cause Is given for this stiff start by our
southern exchanges , and it is not known
whether somebody is trying to bull the mar
ket or take It by the whole hog. However
that may bo , the prices are most gratifying ;
it shows the raiser that his attention cannot
bo diverted from hogs altogether and that
they are indeed among the best of paying
stock. Montana Live Stock Journal.
Produce , Fi-ullH , Etc.
HoTTF.n Fancy creamery roll , 20 ®
21e : solid packed , Ki@lSo ; choice country
butter , I'j ' lTo : common grades. 10t < J13e.
Eaos Strictly fresh , ItXglTccandled.
OitANOES Messmas , Ki.ClXgd.OO per box ;
Hodl , f .00 < 20.25 ncr box ; ? 3.50@4.00 per half
box.
box.C
C turouxi i DAMSONS $1.23 nor box ; south
ern Damsons , 75cftJ1.00 ( per box.
.25 ( 1.50 per case.
SOUTHEIIN GHAI-ES 75c@$1.00 per 10-lb
basket.
PEACHES California , tl.00@1.50 per box ;
Missouri , * t.00c@1.25 per K bu.
UANANAS Common , $1.50@2.25 per bunch ;
choice , $2.50(313.50. (
LEMONS $4.00@5.50 per case.
SQUASH 2o per ID.
CANTELOPES 75ct,50 per dozen.
PI.UMS $1.25@l,60 per bu.
HccKi.EUEitniEs $ l.2o per drawer.
POTATOES New. home growth , 50@75o per
bushel.
POULTHT No dressed fowl in the market ;
live chickens , $ J.50@3.75 per doz. ; spring
chickens , $2.253.00.
TOMATOES $1.50@2.00 per bu ,
WATEHMELONS $12.0017.00 per 100.
I'EAits-Califoruia , $ J.OO < 33.50 per bu box ;
Southern , 75 per } bu.
CEI.EUV 3040o uer dozen.
CAUBAQES $ J.50per 100.
Eao PLANT $ l.00@1.25 per dozen.
ONIOXS IJ c per ID.
AITLES $2.00@3.00 per bbl.
-11.00 per tox.
CtDKit Mielilenn , W.nogO.M oor bbl 83
gals ; California pear rider , JI OO per bbl.
Pot1 Cons Hlce , IViMe ; common ,
S 7.V per bushel ,
* Choice extern luitidplekcd navies.
$3 i'Mi'.uO per bushel ; western hand picked
nnvlua , f2.Mi2W ( ; inediuins , { 2.UO ( < J2,13.
Lima beans 3c i > er puund.
iUv f. o. b. cars , No. 1 upland , ? d.CK ) ; No.
2 upland , ! 00.
HitAX-tiaOO.
Ciiovruu Fhitti * lT.OOi > er ton.
I > ry GooiN.
CoirfiX ri.ixvct.s 10 per rent dli. ; LL ,
Cini'BT WAiif Uib White , 19c ; colored ,
22cHVTT Standard , Sc ; Gem. lOc ; Hcauty ,
12 > Tc ; Hoone , 14c ; U , eised , $ 1.CO.
PHIVT * Solid colors Atlantic , Go ; Slater
& } < ! < ; Berlin oil , OJ < o ; CJarneroll , ii@7i\
COH EI .Iius9 Androscogifin , 7 c , Kear-
sarge , 7J4c ; Rockport , O'tO ; Coneatoga , 01 < | C ,
TH ki York , 30 In , 12 0 ; York , 32 in. .
lil'jc ' : Swift River , be ; Thorndiko OO , b } < e ;
Thorndiko EF , b' c ; Thorndiko 120 , li' ' e ;
Thorndiko XX , 15c ; Cordls No. D , 9 > fc ;
Cordm No. 4 , lie.
DrtMMs-Atnoskciig , 0 oz , Ifi' o ; Everett. 7
07 , l.t'5c ' ; York , 7 or , 111V ; HaMiiuker , b' c ;
Jaflrcy XX , ll c ; .laffroy XXX. I2'c ;
Heaver Creek AA , 12c ; Heaver Creek tiH
lie ; Heaver Crcok CC. lOc.
Kr.VTfCKV JmvsMemorial , 15o ( Dakota ,
lsi" Durham , 27 , ' c ; Ili'irulcs , lac ; Leuuiing.
ington , 22 } o ; Cottswold , 2i'if.
CIUHII Stevens' H , Ik" Stevens' H ,
bleached , 7c ; Stevens' A , 7' ' i , Stevens A ,
bleached , sjfc ; Stevens' P. b > , Stevens' ;
P , bh-iichi'd , 9'c ' ; Stevens' N , l.j.c ) ; Stevens'
N , blu.iclu'd. 10'jC ' ; Stevens. SRt , 12 } c
MIXI IM.\VIOI : s. Table oil ciutli. W.50 ;
plain Holland , 9'c ; Dado Holland. 12'c. '
FI.ASST.I.S Pi-mi Riiftsuien/JllL1 ; ( iostien ,
32ljc ; Ule.ir Lake , 3.J c ; Iron Mount'iln ,
' . ' 0' ' .c.
FiNNr.i. . White O II , No. 2 , 4 , 2lc O
It. No. 1 , ( . 27'jiU ; H , No. 2 , ; 'f ' , 22)ic ) ; H
II. No. 1 , i-'f ' , ! ! ( ) , ; ( uocheo , No. 1 , " / , 42c.
CiisolivM PliiiiKettchccks , 7' ' c ; Whitten-
ton , 7) c ; York , 7v'c ; Normnndi un'ss ,
fc'o : Calcutta dru.ss , b' c : Whlttentoii dress ,
bje } ; Renfrew dress , bi < f ltVj ! > ; .
CvMimiri Slater , 5 , c ; Woods , 5'tc ' ;
Standard , B' o ; Pciicncl : , B o.
CHS . { (100 ( ii35 00.
White , ? 100ji7.50 ; colored ,
. . .
HMACIIII : > SIII-.KTINO Herkelcy cambrlo
No. (10 ( , < l' .c ; Host Yet , M. ( l c ; butter cloth
OU , 4'io ; Cabot , u ; Farwell half bleached
bkc ; Fruit of Loom , ( I'/4 : Greene
G , Oo ; Hope , 'ai ; Kii > B Philip cam-
line , Hi1 ; Lonsilalo cMinbrlc , 11 ' 4o ;
Loiisdalu , DC ; Now York mills , lll c ;
Popperell , 42-in , IkPcpperoll ; , 40-iu , 12c ;
Poppcrell , ( M , Kio ; Poppurell. b-1 , 21e ; Pop-
poroll , U 1 , 2o : ! ; Peppen-11. 10-4 , 2.'ie ; Canton
4-4 , b c ; Triumph , Oo ; Wnmsuttii , lie ; Val
ley , fio.
Hrown sheeting Atlantic A' , 4-4 , 7' ' < c ; A
Hantlc H , 4-1 , 7'4c ' ; Atlantii-D , 4-4 , tr-jc ; At
lantic P , 4-1 , ( it- ; Aurora LL , 4-1. Oo ; Aurora
C , 4-4 , 4" < , o ; Crown XXX , 4-4 , / ( ; Hoosier
LL , 4-4 , ( ie ; Indian Ho ul , 4-4 , 7 > tfi ! ; Law-
reiiciLL , 4-4 , tic ; Old Dominion , 4-4 , fiKo ;
Popperell H , 1-4. 7c ; Popporell O , 4-4 , f.JJc ;
Pcppcrcll. 8-4 , lS i"Pcpp"rclln-4.21i' ; Pop-
peroll , 10-4,2'Jo ; UticaC , 4-4. 4c ; Wiiohusett ,
4-4 , 7 } c ; Aurora U , 4-4 , 7c , Aurora H , 4-4.
OK4iJtCK
iJt-CK West Point ill ) In , 8 01 , 10) ) < o ;
West Point 29 in. 10 oz , l.jo ; West Point
29 in , 1207 , 15o ; West Point W in , 11 o , lOc.
FnvNit.s : Ucd , ( J , 24 In , 15 } ; E , 24 in ,
21c ; G G , 24 In , ISo ; H A F , # , 2-c ; J U F , X ,
27 } Jo ; G , ? i. : t."io.
Pui.sr-5 Pink and IJobcs Hichmoiid , CJ o ,
Allen , ( ! c ; Hivori > omt. . > c ; Sleel itiver , Oo ;
Ilifhmond , C c ; Paoilio , ( i'o. .
PitiNTs Dross Charter Oak , fi'/c ' ;
Kiimapo , 4'rfc ; Lodi , B'4c ' ; Allen , ( io ; Kioh-
mend , ( io ; Windsor , O' lj ; Eddyslonc , C c ;
Pacific , ( iVtfc.
Puis is IviiKin Hi.tn : Arnold , O' c ; Amer
ican , O o ; Glouci'stor , OJ/o : Arnold C long
cloth , II : Arnold H long cloth. wyt ; Arnold
Gold Seal , 10V Stiefol A , 12 ; Windsor Gold
Ticket , ll > X.
SIIIRTIVO Checks , Caledonia X , O' o ; Cal
edonia XX , lO o : Economy , Oo ; Oils , Oo.
Gl'OUIT.4 lit St.
Kcvisod prices are as follows :
HVGGING Stark A , seamless , 21c ; Amos-
kcag , seamless , lll' c ; Lowlston A , seamless ,
lOo ; American , seamless , 10 > ifc ; burlaps , 4
to 5 bus'4@j ) o ; gunnies , single , llfc ; gun
nies , double , 20c ; wool sacks , 'toe. Twines-
Flax , Itte ; extra sail , 20 < j 21c sail H , 19iOc ( ; ;
cotton. 21o ; jute , lOc.
Corri'.Es Mocliu , 2S@2Cc ; Rio , good , 105 ?
17c ; Mandahling , 2'i ' ( < ? Jso ; roasting Hio , llfi ?
Kio ; O. G. Java , 2l@20o ; Java , interior , 2e ! (
25o : Kio , fancy , lli l'Jc : Santos and Mara-
caibo. 17ffilUc ( ; Arbucklcs , IS c.
SUOAII Granulated. l ( ii \ cconf. \ . A ,
7' c ; white extra C , 7ld@ ! c ; oxtr.i C , 7
( it)71ac ) ; yellow C , l ) @U c ; imwdered , S ) ; @
b .c ; cubes , SK@8 'c.
Hoxuv 14iglOc ( lor ono pound frames ;
slraincd honey , Ci.3o ( i > er pound.
HECS WAX Choice yellow , 20@22) ) c ; dark
colored , 13@Hc.
CunESE Young America , full cream ,
OJi'lglOJlc ; full cream chc-ddars , y@9) ) c ; full
cream Hals , 0@9'4 ; good Io choice skiinmed
clieddars , tXtitilf ; skimmed Hals , o&M c.
PICKUS : Medium , in bbls , ? . " > .5'J ; do in half
bbls , W.OO ; small , in bbls , ? 0IO ( ; do In half
bbls , ? : t.2.V eherkins , in bbls3.23 ; do in half
bbls , f 1.00.
TOIIACCO Plug , 20tfflr ( > c ; smoking , 10@00c.
JBLLIKS $1.23 poriiO-lb pail.
S\IT Jl.tOi61.35 ! ( per bbl.
Koi-E 7-lfl. U'idt'.i o.
Si'iccs Nutmeg , per lb , nr > ( a02c. pepper ,
per lb , 17ii ( > 19o ; cloves , per lb , lS@21c ; allspice -
spice , 7 < ifc ; cinnamon bark. 3so ; oassia , lie ;
cassia buds , 12Mc ; cloves , 2oc ; mace , 70o.
NAII.S Iron nails , per keg , $2.03i2.10 ( ; steel
nails , per keg , ? , ! .20@ : . > .2'i ; wire nails , per
keir. f ) . ( JO J.70
TIIAS Young Hyson , common io fair , IS ®
25c ; Young Hyson , peed to fancy , ! ( ) ( ? > 5e ;
Gunpowder , common to good , 22x2r ( > o ; Gun-
iwwder , choioo to fancy , 4Htii3c ( ; Japan , com
mon to medium , 15(2jf ( > Japan , choice to
fancy , ! 10if ( I5c : Oolong , commun toyood , 23ft3
U3o ; Oolong , choice to fancv , .r)0u70o ( ; Iniper-
i > il , common to medium , 23oc ! ; Imperial ,
good to fancv , 40/r > 0o.
NUTS Almonds , 15flJ17o ; filberts , "JfJJlOc ;
Hrazil , Go ; walnuts , sj deiio ; pecans ,
lOho ; peanuts , ri n p.
CuACKnita ! ij ( < illc ) perlb ; assorted cakes , 7
@ 20c perlb. as ] > er li < t.
Mu'in , SUOAH iirielts , 1010 } c per lb ;
penny cakes HMll'4o per lb ; pure maple
syrup , SI. 00 per gal.
HUOOMS Extra l-tie , $2.40 ; parlor , 3-tie ,
painted handles , f 2.23 ; No. 1 , * 1.M ) ; No.
$1 70 ; heavy staulo brooms , 54.0U.
Sruicu Mirror glo s , 5'fo ; Graves' corn ,
Co ; Oswego gloss , 7c ; Oswcgo corn , 7c.
l'o\vir.it AND SHOT Shot , $1.20 ; bucushot ,
$1 45 ; powder , kegs , $5.00 ; half kegs ,
i.i.75 ; one-fourths , $1.50 ; blasting , kegs , ? J.15 ;
fuses , 10J ft , B.V.47UU.
HcriNEii LAUII Tierce. S'u'o ; 40-lb square
cans , bj < fc ; 50-lb round , bX ; 20-lb round ,
S' < c ; 10-lb palls , 9o ; 5-lb palls , Ul8c ; : i-lb palls ,
0'4c. '
PI-.OVISIONS Hains,13''ii : } < rc ; break fast ba
con , 1054 ( lH4'c ; bacon bides , y 4'CtlOc ! ; dry
salt , 'J'4o ; shoulders , bj-jfe io ; dried beef ,
> . , ( < .
WOODENWAHI : . Two-hoop pails , per doz. ,
$1. 0 ; three-hoop pails , $1.05 ; No. 1 tub ,
$7.00 ; No. 2 tub , SO.OO ; No. tubs , * r..OO ;
washboards , $1.35@.75 ; assorted bowls ,
$975 ; No. 1 churns , $ $ ,00 ; No. 2 churns ,
$7.00 ; No. 3 churns , $0.00 ; butter tubs ,
$1.70 ; spruce , in nests , 70o per nest.
Uitiun FUUITS Figs , in boxes , per lb , 13@
1V ( ; figs , in mats , per lb , SKQOc ; dates , in
boxes , 5.H@7c ; London Malaga layer
raisins , per box , $3.50jt.75 ( : ; Malaga
loose raisins , $ J.30Ji2.50 ( ; now Valen
cia raisins , per lb , 7K ( < ( bc ; Cali
fornia loose- muscatels , per box. $1.00.
California London luyor ruisms , per box ,
$2.a5(22.50 ( ; pitted cherries , per lb , Ib.l20c ;
California pitted plums , per lb. 12tfl.'io ( ;
dried blackberries , per lb , 8J < f@'ic ; dried
raspberries , per lb , 24(325o ( ; dried
apples , 7u'Jo ( ; evaporated apples , 8 }
( i8ia\ \ California sun dried poaches , 10iQ
lie ; California ummred evaporated
peacncs , 14@lOc ; evaporated California
apricots , IWjJISo ; Zantuo currants , 7o ;
Turkish prunes , iiK'Wi'c ' ; citron , I920o ( ? ;
orange peel , ll@12) fo ; leuiou peel ,
Loattier.
Hemlock solo , 18@27o per lb ; oak solo ,
33c i > or lb ; oak harness , 2S@30c per lb ; selec
ted oak and trace , 33e per lb ; oaK nnd hem
lock upper , 20@22o | > or foot. Hemlock calf
skin , No. 1 , bOfi90o per lb , according to
weight ; oak calf skin , No , 1. OOc M.OO per
lb ; Philadelphia calf skin , extra , * l.00 < j1.10
perlb ; hemlock kip skin , No. 1 , C0@70c per
lb : oak kip skin , No. 1 , 70 bOc per lb ; Phila
delphia kip skin , extra , bO@90o per lb. French
calf bkins , ( according to weight and quality ) ,
$1.15 ® 1.75 per lb ; Froneh kip skins , do , 80o
$1.10 perlb. Cordovan , russett , 18o ; satin
llr.ish. 20o i > or foot ; welt leather , ? 3.50@4.50
j-er side ; moroccos , ( pebble goat ) , 20@80o
per foot ; moroccos , boot leg , 25@30oper
loot ; glove calf shins , 2030c per foot- .
Douclaa kid , UOQlOo per foot ; kangaroo
skins , 40J.'iOc ( ! per foot , acconllng to quality.
Toppings , 13.00 ( 10.00 per dorcn ; linings ,
I50005WX ) per ilozcu ; apron skins , $10.KK (
12.00 per dozen. _
MrtnU mill Tlntioi-t' Stock.
Tin plate. I C , 10x14 , besl , W 76 ; tin plate ,
roofing , 1C , 14x20 , $3,15 ; sheet rlnc , W.MK < $
0 75 : piif lend , $4.RO ; bar lead , JI.55 ; largo pif
block tin , 2Jc ; Miiull pig block tin , 27c ; bar
tin , 2 c ; solder , 13(3 ( 0c ; copper bottoms , 81c ;
slioathinc copper , tinned , 2. > c ; planishing
copper , tinned , 5c ; lead plH | , ftc ; sheet
iron , N S. IS to 21 , W.20 ; Russia Iron , 18c ;
Am Hus ( a planished , A , lO'/c ' ; Am Hussln
planished , H , Wfo ; palnU-d barb wire , M.15 ;
galvanized barb wire. $ ! 75.
Jfsic Machine eastings , $12.00@in.OO ;
stove plates , f7.00JT8.00 ; wrought Irouf3.00 ( $
10.H ( ) ; bones , dry. fo.OJ ; steel , $5.00 per ton ;
i-oppur. W.OO'tll.OO ; brass , $4.00@S.OO ; zlno ,
$ iKiiH.OO ( ) , ; solid lead , $2.Hi@n.K ( ( ) ; tea lead ,
$ JOO ( < W.50 ; rubber , $2,50 300 ; mixed rags ,
$1 ( ) © 15 per cwt.
nn l ClicinlonN.
s Suljih. acid , U < os citric
nclu , IXV ; tartaric , 50o : bal. copavia , fiOc ;
bont\ , lee ; chioroforin , BOc ; glycerine , B3c ;
gum Arabic , select , $1.00 ; gum iMinphor , UOc ;
gum opium , $ J.75 ; sulph. morphia , $250 ;
bromide iwtassium. 4Jo.
Oii.3-Carboii , l.V ) * lOo ; headlight. 175 °
12Ve ; gasoline , 74 = t2'c : West Virginia
summer. Ilo ; rero , 17c ; No 1 irolden ma
chine. ISi1 ; extra W. S. lard , l o ; No. I lard ,
42c ; turpentine , 42c ; linseed taw , 50o ; boiled ,
Me. _
Conl nnd Mine.
LIME S..Ko ( ) ; Portland cement , $1)53 ) ; do
mestic cement , $1.35 ; plaster , f2.0082.IS ( ;
hiir : , 2nC85c.
COAL Anthracite , range , and nut , ? 10.00 ;
large egg , j'J.7fi ; Koi'k Spring , $7.00 , Su
perior , rtiOi ) ; Iowa , $4.50 5 50 ; steam coal ,
$1.50 to $2.00. _
r < iinil > rr.
XS ANM
l-.14\ | I I I
II ) tt. IS ftM flj'-'J ft SI ft
. Tfi ro ui oo in oo ) m si (0 (
n : fjufi IKI i'i ' ( . ) . ' ! ft i.'i M
II , Till I I IK ! 111 ( HUM IH lil ( HJ
. II M III Ul ) 11 IKI..M W ) J ! l l
17 ftl Id ( Mil ( KISS ftiSS W )
_ IT ftl III ( HiHI _ Hl ) | l p il M
Aild SO cents per l.dUt ) fi-ct for rougii Joist.
No. 1 corn , s 1 s ? 18 00 I No. ! 1 com , sis $15 00
No. 2 COIL , si ? Hi iV ) I No. 4 com , sis 12.50
Add 50 cents Dor 1,000 for rough.
ri.NriMi.
No. 1 , 4 and 0 in , 12 and 14 ft , rough. . . $10.00
No. 1 , " 111 ft , " . . . . 20.00
No. 2 , " 12 and 14ft , " . . . . 1000
No. 2 , " II ! ft , " . . . . 17.00
siiH.sn.
A , 12 , 1 1 & 10 ft $20 5J I C , 12 , 1 1 & 10 ft.l 1.75
H , " " 19.73 I D. " " 11.75
CE1I.INI ! AXI > 1'AUTITIOX.
1st com , ? { in white pine ceiling . $ 'UOO
M " " " " . 27.IK )
Clear % in Norway pine celling . 15.50
! ! d com ; . ' In " " " . 13.50
rLooitixo.
AC In white pine . $31.00
U " " "
. 112.00
C " " " . 29.00
D " " " . 2100
E " " " sel. IS
( tnncmg ) . 50
Six Inch drop siding 5lo ! per 1,000 extra.
IIATTGNH , WIJI.l , rUllI.SO , riOKKTS.
O. G. Halts , 2' < , in . $ C.5
O. G. Halts , Ji.\tsl : s . 30
3 in well tubing. 1) . & M. ami Hev . 22.50
'iolcrts , D. it H Hal . 19.00
ickots , I ) . & H. sijunrc . 19.00
MIIN ( II.itt : , l.ATII.
VX clear . $ 3.10
JttJ.i "A" . 2.1)5 )
A * Standard . 2.05
* AH. H. A : H . 2.35
C i 1 1 . c 1 . 2. 05
\o. 1 . 1.40
ath . 2.83
White Cedar , 0 in. , J s.
" " 9 in. qrs i-ft
" " B'rf ' in. , ' < fs 11
" " Sin. qrs Oil
" " 4 in round 14
Tennessee Red Cedar , split 14
split Oak OS
STOCK noutns.
A , 12 in , sis. . $45.00 I C , 12 iu , s 1 s.$3i.00 (
H , 12 in , sis. . 39.00 D , 12 in , sis. . . 22.00
No. 1 com , 12 in , s 1 s , 12 ft 20.50
No. 1 com , 12 in. s Is , It ft 20.0. )
No. 1 com , 12 in , s 1 s , 10 f t 20.00
No. 1 com , 12 in , sis , 10 , 18 and 20 ft. . 22.5(1 (
No. 2 com , 12 in , s 1 s , 10 , 18 and 20 ft. . 19.45
No. 2 com , 12 in , s 1 s , 12 and U ft 18.50
No. 2 com , 12 in , s 1 s , 1(1 ( ft 18.00
12 in grooved roofing $12 per M. more than
12 in stock boards same length.
10 in grooved moling same prlco as 12 in
stock boards.
SHIP LAI' .
No. 1 plain , Sand 10 iu $18.75
No. 2 plain , 8 and 10 in 17.00
No. 1 O. G. , 8 in 19.25
KINlbniNO.
1st and 2d , clear , 1. Uin s2s $50 00
" " ' IX , 2 in , s 2s 50.00
3d , clear , 1 in , s2s 45 00
" IWi IK. 2 in 40.00
A , select , 1 in , s-Js 39.00
A , " Itf , IX. - i 43.00
H. " Ims2s 29.00
H , " 1 > { , IK. : ! in 30.00
H , select , all 10 ft. $1 extra.
SOITIIKIIN IEI.I.OW 1'ixi : .
Star 4 in flooring $19.50
1st and 2d , clear , 4 in flooring 2l.f > 0
Clear in celling 19.50
Clear Jf in partition 211.50
Clear % iu JMrtion$2 above 5 in celling
Clear llnish , 1 and l1 in , s 2 s 20.00
Clear finish , ! ' < , and 2 in , s2 s 29.00
Clear corrugated ceiling , 4 in 2.1.JO
Clear yellow pine casing and base 25.00
I'OPI.IK l.UMIir.K.
Clear poplar bx bds , % in s 2 s ? .T5.00
Clear " " " % In panel , s 2 s. . 27.00
Clear " " " cor'ga'td coilingj3.00
YOUTHKUIj WIVI3S
Marry nnd Desert HiiHlmnds Ileforc
They Uuiioli Their Majority.
An interesting quartetlo were given a ride
to the city hall yesterday morning. Two of
them , who were young men , were very
drunk. The other two wore young girls , ono
of Uicm quite pretty. The men were still
too drunk to appear in court In the afternoon ,
but the girls related their experience to the
judge. The names the girls gave are Mrs.
C. Mooney and Lola Clark , the former nmo-
looen years and the latter seventeen years of
ago. They stated that they left their homo
in Module , In. , In company with the men , lo
lake a little pleasure trip. Siuco they have
been in Omaha they have boon boarding in a
house on Cuming street , lakmg in the town
anil painting overylhing red. Hoth the girls
are separated from tlieir husbands. Mrs.
Mooney left her husband , who is a laborer ,
to como hero , and there was a rumor to the
effect that ho was in town looking for her.
The younpor girl's husband is a gambler ,
whom slm married when only fifteen years
old , and , as she savs , "is an awfully sweet
lutlo follow , if 1 did leave him. " The father
ot the girls Is u farmer , living near Modalo.
Tno men's names are Charley Ilaskins ,
who is a blacksmith , and Will Cheney , who
scrapes a violin prolcsslonally. They in
duced thu girls to leave homo and como to
Omaha and enjoy themselves. They prom
ised lo pay Iheir board and buy clolhos for
them. The younger girl miido the remark
that "they wanted us to go with them so bad
and were such nice fellows that wo couldn't
help it. " They arc all charged with being
vugrants , and as noon as thu men sober uti
they will have a hearing in thu police court
It is by copying after nature that man
gets beat results. Dr. Jones' Hod Clover
Tonic is nature's own remedy , is
purely vegetable , can bo taken by the
most delicate. Cures all Htomaeh , kid
ney and liver troubles. 50 cents. Good
man Drug company ,
.11. PALMER. X , P. niCIIMAN. J. 11 , IH.A.SCHAIIII
PALMER. RICHMAN & CO. ,
Live Slock Commission Merchants ,
Offlco-Uoora 21. Opposite Kichango llulldlutf , Union
_ Mocfc Ylirdi , bouth Oiaiiliu , Ntb.
SORIMER.WESTERFIELDi MALEY
Liye Stock Commission ,
Itoom 15 , Kxchinee Ilulldlnu , Unlou Stock Yards ,
tkmlb Omnlin. Neb.
ALEXANDER i FITCH.
Commision Dealers in Live Sock ,
CcomZi , OpM | > 9lle KirhaiiRa Building , Union Stock
TirUi.tioutU Oman * , Keti.
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. ,
Of Omaha , Limited ,
i h * r .Uanl.BUDertcUudcnt.
miplomonto.
CHUnCHILL PARKER ,
Dealer in Agricultural Implements , Wagons ,
"lurligei mil Flui-jlii Jii * < Strcot.btt
Kth , omnhk , .Vcbraika.
LININOER A METIMLF CO. ,
i ricnltiiralIfflplemcntsWa ) onsCarriagos ,
, Y.le , Wholeoiitf. Onii\lm ,
R LI N , ORENDORF & MA RT I N
WholonUi licnlcn In
liicnltural Imulemeuls , Wagons & Bnggics
Kl.tttt , 105 and 907 Jonet Direct , Onialm.
P. P. MAST i CO. .
Mannfactnrcrs of Bnckeye Drills , Seeders ,
Hay llakf .CId r Mill * i\nrt I.ulmn I'lil-
ri , Cor lltn and NliUoImStroi't ! ' .
WINONA IMPLEMENT CO. .
\Miolpsnlr
igricultnral Implements , Wagons & Buggies
fi.nicr lltli "nil M ! mli Mrpftt
OMAHA lltlANCII.
J. F. SEIBERLING \ CO. ,
Akron , Ohio.
Hanesting Macliincry and Binder Twine.
IV. 12. Mfuil , MantiEor. linienrenirorllisL Omnlia.
VIOLINE.M1LBURN&STOODAFID Co
MHiiufafturtr ? nnlJol.bcrs In
Wagons , Buggies , Rakes , Plows Etc ,
Cor. lull ami I'.u.ltli. titruct" , Omaha , Nub.
Artists' Mntorlnls. * " _ _ ,
A HOSPE. Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1S1.1 lou ) lai > Street , Omslm. Ni-l rn'kn.
JBookaollora ntid Stntlonors.
H. M. & "s. W. JONES/
uccesjorolo A.T. Kcnyon A Co. . Wholosnlo .1 UctRll
Bookseller , ? and Stationers ,
| no WvililliiK Mutlunory , Cniiimerdnl Matloncry
isa Patinln Street Oinali l .Neb.
Boots and Shoos.
KIRKENDALL. JONES & CO. ,
( uccunsorii to Heed , Junei > A. to )
Wholesale Manufacturers of Boots and Slioes
Accntsfor lloiton Huliiirr Shoo Co lltt ! , Ili4 ( At llUi
llurni'j ut. , Oumbu. obru l .
W. V. MORSE A : CO. .
Joliliers of Boots and Slioes ,
101 , HUHKt ) Douflin Si , Oinnlm .Mnuuftiitory , Sum
mer tet Id ttun.
Coffees , Sploos , Etc-
CLARKE COFFEE CO. ;
Omaba Coffee and bplca Mills.
Teas. Coffees , Spices , Baking Powder ,
lavorl'iK Uxtmclf , I.aunilry Him1. Inko. Ktc. 1414-
I4l81lnrner tilri'ct. Oiniilm , N hr ka.
Crockery and Clas8waro _ .
"
W.L.WRIGHT ,
Agent for the Mnniifniturcrs and Importers of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Cliimiieys ,
Kte OBI co:317 : 8.13111 frl. , OiuMm , Ncbrueln.
PERKINS. CATCH & LAUMAN ,
IniDorK-TJ nnd Jobber of
Crcc'ttry , Blame , Lamr-s - , Silverware
Etc. 1514 FRrnam St. . New I'nxton HulMlntr.
" " Commlr.slon " and _ _ _
RIDDELL & RIDDELL ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Spcclaitli" " "rr IV" . ciio fni'ltry , G\me. (
UUIIowanlStrtnt. ( ) m ha.
CEO. SCHROECER & CO. .
Hucccssore to McSLane At bchroeder. )
Prodnce Commission and Cold Storage ,
Omuba. Ncbrnska.
FREDERICK J. FAIRBKASS.
Wholenulo
Plonr , Feed , Grain and General Commision
Merchant. Corropiiiiduncc solicited. 1011 North 1UU
MrectOmiihu , Neb.
Coal , Coke and Lima.
OMAHA COALrboKE & LIME CO ?
Johhers of Hard and Soft Coal ,
309 South 13th Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
J. J. JOHNSON St ( CO. ,
Manufacturers of Lime ,
And i > hlnpt > ri of Co.il , L'tiak , C'unient , I'linter. I.lm
Druln Tile , and Huwcr IMpe. Oniea , ilS , b. 1 HU
St. , Oiuaha , Neb. Telciiuuuo fcll.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. ,
Shippers of Coal and Goto ,
214 South 13tb St. , Omaha. Neb.
_ _ _ _ Dry Goods rmo Notions- " "
M. E SMITH i COT ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions ,
11U2 and 1104 DouglM. Cor. 1Kb St. , Omaha , Neb.
KILPATR1CK-KOCH DRYGOODSCo
Importers and Johhers in Dry GooflsNotions ,
Cunts' Furnlshlne ( ioorti. Corner llth and lliunej
bts. , Omaha , Ncbrntkn.
Furnlturo.
DEWEY Ic STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Fnrnam Street. Omahn. Nohratka.
CHARLES SHIVERICK ,
Furniture
Omaha. Nebraska.
Crpcorlos.
PAXTON , GALLAGHERVCO. .
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
703.7tf7. TO and 711 S. 10th St. . Omaha , Neb.
McCO R D B R A OY iTcb7.
Wholesale Grocers ,
l Jh and Ixjavennorth Streets , Omaha , Nnbrafka.
Hardware.
LEETClLAR KE AN D R b ES N
WARE COMPANY ,
Wholesale Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plate.
Jletuls , Sheet lion. etc- . Agents for lloww ScaleH ,
Miami Powder auill.yimiu lliuliedvUe ,
Umului , Nebraska ,
HIMEBAUGH &TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop ,
Mechanics' Tools and Bnirulo Hcalei , 1405 Doujila ;
Street , Omaha , Nebraika.
RECTOR. WILHELMY & CO. ,
Wholesale Hardware ,
lOtli and Ilarnnr St ) , Omaha , Nub , Western Agent
for Austin Powder Co. . Jeffereon Steel Kslls ,
Fairbanks Standard Scale * .
MARKS BROS. SADDLERY CO ,
Wholenala Manufacturers of
Saddlery.fc Johoersof Saddlery Hardware
And Leather. 1 0) ) , UM and HOI Unrniiy St. , Omaha ,
Kubraika.
Heavy Hardware.
W. J. BROATCH ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and steel ,
Springs , Wsson Block , Hardware , Lumber , Etc.
and 1211 llarn jr blreet , Omaba.
Hats , Caps , Etc.
W. L. PARROTTE & CO. ,
Wholesale Hats , Caps and Straw Goods
1107 Ilarnar Sliest , Omaha , Neb.
Lumber.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. ,
All Kinds of Bnilm Material at Wholesal
1SU Street ami Onion 1'aeiao Track , Omaha.
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer iu Lumher , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Doors , Etc. TMdi-Cornor 7th ana DouxUl ) Corn |
Lumbar
C. N. DIET2.
Dealer in All Kind * of Lumber ,
lh and California Slrf alt , Omalia , Nebraska.
Lmtep.LIffle.Cemra'fEta.EiB
. . . ,
Corner rth and r > o < t li ru..Om < ihii.
T7W. HARVEY LUMBER CO. . "
To Dealers Only.
OflJce.1103 Karnnm Btreet , Orantia
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD" ; '
Wholesale Lumber , Etc.
Importfd and American Portland Omcnt Statl
Aiiviit tor Mllwaukpit llrdrniilicCeuivnt ana
Vjiilncy Wlille Mine.
CHAS. R. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood CarpeH and 1'arqiirt Kloorln * Ptli and IKmglm
" J Millinery nnd Notions. " "
I. ODERFELDER * CO. .
Importers & Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
TN 7inmul 2H Month llth vin'i'l
Ovornlln. _ _
MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers of Overalls ,
i flints , SMrl , Kir ItlCiuid 1101 l > ouila ; Street ,
Omuliii'U. .
Noti'ons
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. .
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goods
4K1 unit JiViHnith lOthSt .Onmlia
0H. | |
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. .
Wholsale Refincil and Lnliricaiiiig Oils ,
Ailo ( Iron-o , Etc. , Omaha. A. 11. lll hOi | , Mjum er
VINYARD & SCHNEIDER ,
Notions and Gent's ' Fnrnisliiiis Good ? ,
HIVJ ItnrnoT . treot.Ounili .
Office Fixtures.
Tilt : S1MMONDS MANl'KArrL'ltlNCJ CO.
Bank , Office and Saloon Fixtures.
MHtitle * . hldelioiird * . Ilook Cn e , Drue Klxt rpi.\Vall
I'uvx. I'aitltlniir , Halllni ; , l'iiKiter ) , llecrnnd Wlno
( ooliTi , Mlrrof.olc Vnclory inn" nlrlrp , I'M uif1 ' "
t > oulh 1 HU tit. , ( ) m liu Tulenliono II.if.
"
Palnto nnd Oils.
CUMMINGS & NEILSON.
\\holc'nlo Demur" In
Paints , Oils , Window Glass , Etc.
HIS Fiirnam Mroct. OuiuhaNob.
t jt
JPnpor'
" " " " '
CARPENTER PAPER CC
Wliolesale Paper Dealers.
Carry a nice tp < k of I'rlntlnS'r pplna and Writing
I'u tr. Eueclal attontlon tlvoti lu tar load onions.
Paper Boxos.
" " >
JOHN"
Proprietor Omalia Paper Box Factory ,
No * . HIT nnd 1.11'J DoiiRlas St. , Oiuaha , Neb.
Printers' Materials.
'
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION ,
Auxiliary Publishers ,
Dtatcrs Iu TJIIC. I'nmi'i ami I'rlnti'rs' buppllra. 60J
iouth 12tli Biruct. Oiuaha.
Rubber Goods-
OMAHA RUBBER CO. ,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Riler Goods
U Clothltiu and Luatlior UcltluK. KJOB Knrnum Btrcet.
, DporB , Etc.
'
M. A.DISBROV ,
Wliolcsiilo Manu'ictnrcrs of
Sash. Doors. Blinds and Mouldings ,
nrnncli Office , 12th and lianl Strootn , Omaha , Nub. {
" "
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturers of Sasii Doors , Blinds ,
V uMInc * . HlHlr Work nnd Intprior Hard Wood Kln >
nu. N. Ji. Corner 8th nnrt l.c'uvuiiviurili J-iruet ,
Omalia , NVD.
Pumps. Etc.
A. L.STRAN G CO. ,
Pumps , Pipes and Eupes ,
ltera-
CHUHCHILL PUMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pumps , Pipe , Fittings ,
itcam and Water Bup > llo < . TTtmilciuarteM fur Malt ,
ooit & Co' gooa . 1111 Karnaia'bt.Omnlia.
U. S. WIND ENGINE PUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplies ,
Uallldaj-Wind Mllln. 019 nnd ttt ) Tarnam St. , Omaha.
a KMIoss , Acting Mnnancr.
'
BROWNELL & CO
Rngines , Boilers and General Machinery.
Jhecllron Work Steam Pump * , Paw MIK . 121S-121S
.
I < ) avenwortli btrcct , OmaUa.
Soods.
TrTMMEL & 667 ! " *
Wholesale Farm , Field and Garden Seeds
Cll unit 513Jones Htii'it Oumlia.
Storage , ForwardlngA. Commloalon
/ARMSTRONG. PETTIS S ; CO. ,
Storage , Forwarding and Commission ,
QrHncU huuouof thu ItiMHicr lliiKKf Oo. lluuglcnal
ulu und retail , 1 Iti 13IOund 13fJ Itard Htrcet ,
Omaha. Tult-pliono No. 750.
Smoke Stacks , Bollora.JTtc.
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H. l < ? SAWYER.
Manufacturing Dealer in Smoke Slacks. Jj
Urltchlutft , TankH and ( Icneral Ilollnr Itnpulrlng. 131 *
Doditii Hlrppt.Omahii N'ob
_ _ Drowora-
STORZ&1LER ,
Lager Beer Brewers ,
IKNutlh KUthtcontU Street , Omuha , t > Yb.
Cornloo.
EAGLE CORf7lCE"wORKS.
Manufacture Galvanized Iron and Cornice ,
JoUu Ilueoetur , Proprietor. irjll ( > iiilga und 101 and IW
North 10th Street. Omaha.
rnVorkSi
STEAMOILERWORKS ,
CnrK-r li f on , I'rop s. Manufacturcrsof ull kinds
Steam Boilers , Tanks and Sheet Iron Work
Works South 3Qth and It. AM. . Crossing.
1'AXTOS & V1E1U.INQ 1UON WO11KS.
Wrought and Cast Iron Building Work ,
Engine * , nrasi Work , General Foundrr , Maohlno and
lllucWirultli Work , oillco und Works , U , 1 * . lljr.
and 17tb Street , OmHha. _
O IvTATi'A Wl R E" & I RON WORKS , '
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railings
Doik Halls , Window Guards. Flower Rtands , Wlr
fclk'in , Kic. 113 North ICtli Street , Omuba.
OMAHA SAFE and IRON WORKS ,
Man'frs ' of Fire & Burglar Proof Safes
faults..lull Work , Iron and Wlrn Funcln * . SIKHS , Ktc.
O. Anlreen , I'top'r. Cor. llth and JacksouBls.
CHAMPION IRON nnd WIRE WORKS
Iron and Wire Fences , Railings , Guards
and Screens , for banks , offices , * lores , residence * , etc.
iniprovtid Awnliiits , locksmith Maeblnerr nud
lilaUiroUh Works. i'U ' boulli 14th 8U
MEACHER & WHITMORE ,
Fire and Burglar Proof SafesTime , Locks
General AL-onts fur Dlebold Safe .V I'jck , Counmuj'sJ
VaullinuajallWurkU8bU > thliV.