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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATitfiRDAY , JUNE 22 , 1889.
hoot Avornffoa Higher With a
Lower Closing.
CORN BULLISHLY AFFECTtD.
Xlio Provision Pit Blinkcs Off Us
Honrlsh Feeling IlttftliicfiB In
Cnttlo Slow null Prices Tend
Downward Quotations.
CHICAGO PHODUOI3 MAKIU3TS.
CHICAGO , Juno 21. [ Special ToloRram to
THE Una. 1 Who.it averaged higher to-dny ,
but the closing rungo was slightly lower
Uum ycstcrdny , the improvement having nil
occn lost. Hutchlnson agurcd as a heavy
and continuous seller , and as the market
was not particularly bronil his influence was
felt to u considerable uxlont. lu the matter
of crop news , the bad reports from the south
nnd southwest were oftsct by encouraging
ndvlccs from the northwest. Captain
Phillips , who has Just returned from a trip
through the region around Cairo , In thrco
states , says Unit thu harvest ouUoolt Is bad.
Heavy ruins have loft the wheat Holds in
Ruch shape that the rlpo grain can not bo
harvested , though It has been ready for the
reaper for sotno tltno. The wheat
Is of splendid quality , but farmers can not
got lit It on the bottom lands. Ho regards
the situation In that respect as critical. Gen
erally speaking , the news alloat was merely
n threshing over of the straw that has ilono
service for two or three days. Aavico * from
the spring wheat country are of thu most
flatly contradictory character Imaginable. It
can not bo possible that the views represent
n difference In judgment as to the crop
merely. Statements of facts from the same
localities specifically and directly conlllct In
letter and spirit. The trade is naturally
confused by the contradictory advices , but
the tendency Is to atta'ch faith to the theory
that a serious and perhaps fatal Injury to the
crop over a largo area had resulted before
the tains canio. Kadtcul VIOWB nro not generally
orally ontortalno 1 , however.The delay In
harvesting operations along ttio eoutlicrn
edge of the winter wheat belt Is perhaps the
inont potent can BO of the firmness to
the wheat market. Heavy receipts
in July arc hardly expected by the most
hopeful Dears , ana the cash wheat market is
plainly showinc an increasing spirit of inde
pendence on the part of holders. Export
Clearances , to-day , foot up to nearly 100,000
bushels , and the out movement from all
points indicates a very rapid reduction of
supplies. Minneapolis stocks thus fur this
week show a decrease of JMXI.OOO bushels , and
it will bo no surprise if the tetal reduction in
the visible is not close to 1,000,031) ) bushels.
Tlio opening prices were SOc for Juno. TS 'c
for July , luJia far September nna < i = fc for
Uccembcr. The low point ot the curly trad-
_ 7" , '
On the advance there w.xs an active trade ,
but at the top and on the subsequent decline
HutciihiGon sold hcavllv. The market cr.ul-
unlly worked buck to 77@7Sc for July , 5 , ' ( $
Tfi c for September and 77j o for December.
The last hour of business was chiractori7cd :
by dullness nnd languor. The ilnal prices
were 80o for Juno , 7SC ! 7Sgc ) for July , T.V e
for Scptcmbor and 77J4'c for December. As
compared with yesterday's closings these
prices record very small changes. Cables
were tirm and in some c.ises u shade hldior
prices were quoted. Private wire corre
spondence Indicates some slight uneasiness
on account of a probable delicienny in the
Russian and Indian crops. New York con
tributed nothing to the budget of news to
day.
day.The wet weather in Illinois nnd Indiana
nnd small receipts were still bulllshly nffoct-
Ingcorn and again caused a good deal of cov
ering by shorts. There were also a good
many scattering orders to buy from various
parts of the country where excessive rain
has injured the prospects of growing grain.
Cables were encouraging to holders and
thcra wns a brisk demand reported for ex
port at Now York. The decrease in lalto
freights also favored buyers for shlnmcnt
from Chicago. There was n good deal of
buying of July corn and selling of September
ut KO on special account. There was
less activity in speculative trad
ing than on the previous day
nnd the bulk of it was on account of resi
dent speculators and scalpers , fluctuations
were narrow and were to u slight degree in
fluenced by the changes in values ol wheat.
After the close of "change yesterday , the con
cession in freights referred to above induced
shippers to charter , and em-nift-monts wore
made to ship out 409,000 bushels , besides
what was regularly ropor.od yesterday.
There was very little change in the price at
the close to-day from that of yesterday , July
closing ut 34 ( ? 34c , against 34 e.
Oats attracted u fair share or speculative
attention , with an early advance in near fu
tures of X < 3'-fo which was subseimcntly
lost. The shorts were again buying , wilh
thn principal business of the day In July ,
which improved to 23 , ' < @ .Mtfc and back 10
JU&Te , as holders were disposed to sell at the
top nnd buy September. There was
ouio changing at } { a difference in favor
fit next month , whllo deferred deliveries
"iorc quiet and easy. Hccolpts were liberal.
aliilo withdrawals from store wer increased
to 225,400 bushels , chiefly No. 3 white. No.
V regular was quiet at about 2"/fc , or only
.
Pi-ovisions shook off their bearish feeling
of the past few days. Lighter receipts o f
hogs than woio anticipated , coupled with
another advance In the same , occasioned
fomothlng of 11 change In the prevailing
Houtiincnt. The disposition recently shown
to sell was suuplanted by a buying turn.
Late bears made free purchases of the pro
duct against their outstanding short con
tracts , and us their anxiety to cover de
veloped a better investment demand , an Im
provement occurred In values. During the
last hour of the session the advance move
ment was particularly strong , and In the
different speculative lines the ruling quo
tations were at the day's highest notch.
Based on yesterday's closings , the apprecla
lion actually established amounted to 25 ( $
37J o In pork , C@7J < o lu lard nnd 7 > ( f@10o In
short ribs.
CHICAGO MVK SrOQK MAllUtir.
CHICAGO , Juno SI- [ Special Telegram to
TUB Uir..I CVTTI.K. Business was again
slow und prices rather on the down turn than
otherwise. A salesman who had twenty car
loads on the market covered the situation
when ho said : "A few lots of prime steers
were sold early at fully us high prices us
yesterday , but any stock that Is not sold before -
fore noon will either sell lower or will have
to bo curried over for Monday's market. Wo
Imvo had too many fat cattle this week.
Every buyer has more than filled orders ,
Dressed beef dealers Imvo a supply on hand
to last u week , and both Hcabourd Bhlppom
und exporters have big strings of cattle on
the way cast anil headed for steamers. No ,
thcro will be no Imnrovomout until the ro
col jits fall below 55,000 to 00,000 a week.11
Texaiis wore selling about the sarno as the
past thrco or four days. There was luss than
S.OOO on sale , and all were wanted. Native
butchers' slock was stmuty. Choice to eitrt
hoove * , fUWtf-MO ( ; medium to guod steers '
1850 to 1600 lb , W.ll5@4.10j IWO ! U
. . i860 Ibs , f3.00ua.lK ( ) ! VoO w 1200 Ibs '
I * 3.350a.SO ; stoeltors and feeders quiet ut$2.2 !
1 673.301 cow ? , bulls and mixed , f 1.40(83.00 (
bulk , J3.00C ( 'J.60 ; Texas cattle unchanged.
HUGS * A inoderutg supply and n gooc
healthy demand Influenced another actlvi
movement and stronger prices , the bulk o
the sales showing an avcrago advance of 5i
per 100 Ib * , and the pous were cleared nt ui
curly hour on u bat > is ot S1.25 © ! SO for paou
ing grades , fi.ilcgJ.85 ( for shipping heavy
M.40 for butchers' , ? 4.SJ ( < 4.40 for peed mlxei
and f-t.45M-t.60 for sorted light. The slug
election brought U.5Q 4.CO.
FINANOlALi.
* _ _
New YOUK , June SI. [ Special Tolegrac
to TUB UBS. ] STOCKS.--TUO first hour 1
toolu wu dull la coatrtut with provide
ays. 'J he heavy cnfinpttncnts of gold late
yesterday no doubt accounted for the quiet
ness this morning. Yhodullnsss was accom-
panted by weakness. First prices wcro al
most uniformly lower than the closing fig
ures yesterday , the losses reaching MQM
per cent Ilock Island wns exceptional , beIng -
Ing \ { per cent higher. The list reacted
from thcso figures , liowovcr , nnd there wns
generally n small advance In the ear'y trad
ing. Luckawunna was the special feature ,
and after opening off J per cent nt 147Jf It
dropped to 147. , but Inter rallied to 143 # .
Activity was confined to St. Paul , Lncka-
wannn , Union Pacific , Ilcadln ? , Atcblson ,
and Sugar Trmt. The last-namoJ sold ox-
dividend , and , aliening nt 112Vf , rose 1 per
rent. Union Paclllc , Into In the hour , devel
oped considerable weakness , selling oft to
CO'whllo the remainder of the list contin
ued quiet and firm. After the morning hour
there was a continuation of the warm feeling
until after mid-day. A few stocks showed
good advances. Hock Island touched 97 and
Sugar Trusts sold ox-dlvldond to 114)1 , < nero
than regaining tholr dividend. St. Paul pre
ferred nlso made n spurt nnd wont from
1IO > to 113. The best prices were not main
tained , During the closing hours thorc wan
n settling back toward first prices. At the
close many stocks were Just whore they
closed last night. Burlington nnd St. Paul
each gained 4 per cent. Hook Island dropped
to 00 % , or about a point better for the day-
Heading and Chicago Qus closed % per cent
under. The dealings of the day were not sig
nlflcant.
The following were the closing quotation * :
I ) . S. 43 rcRUlnr. liMJJ North rn I'ncltlc 28 ! }
U. 8.4s coupons . . .UW do preferred G7'j
' U. AsN. W 1UJW
tllsilMMcniipona'.ilcnjj doproferrcd 14154
I'aclnciHot Mi 118 N.Y.bontitiI l ? i
Central 1'ftclnc. . . . ! W1 1 * . II.&K 21V5
ClllragoA : Alton , . .UU Hock Island
Chicago , Iliirllngton
doproforroil Ill
' " " ' * St.Pmil iVOmnlm. . JIS
Illinois Crntmi' . ! ) ! dopiefcrred SUlU'
I. , 11.V. . , I- , Union 1'aclllc 01 u
Knnsnt&Texus. . . . ll'iV..8t. . li. .V 1 * V-'M
l.nkc Shore . aoproforrud 2JU
Mlchlpau L'outral , , 80 WesternUnion. . . .
Missouri raclllo. . . . 745i
Mo.vr.v On call , easy nt $ @ 34. }
PitiMB MuitcKNm.B I'Ai'mi tyf&tyf per
cent.
STIIIIMXO Ewtvxnis Dull but stoaay ;
sixty-day bills , $1.37 ; demand , $1.S8X.
I'UODUCK
Ciiicino , Juno21. 1:15 p. in. eloso Whont
Easier ; cnsh , SUc ; July , 73@ Sj c ; Decem
ber , 77 c.
Corn Easier : caMi , Ha\ \ July , 34 liVIOu ;
Soptcmbor , 35X * '
OutB Easier ; cash , 2'JJfc ; July , 2' < io September -
tember , 2ao-lGc.
Hye Cash 40cJ .
Barley Nothlnt ; doing.
Prime Timoth.v--Sl.3l 1.33.
Flax No. 1 , $1.52.
Whisky * 1.02.
1'nrk Highercash. ; 411.70 ; July , * 11.7.1 > < f.
Lard Finn ; cash. 50.47J ; Julv , & 5.52K.
Flour Finn and unchanged : winter
wheat. 2(34.50 ( ; wring wlic.it , S1.30 ®
5.50 ; rye , W.4S2 CO.
Dry Halt Meats Shoulders , fo. 12' ' @ . 'i.23 ;
short clear , i0.12 > f@ll.25 ; short ribs , $5.SO
(35.85. (
Uuttcr Irregular ; creamery , 12 > JS10c ;
dairy , 10@14e.
Cheese Firm ; full cream chcddnrs , S
( gSic ; [ hits , 7 (2 ( ! > oj Youu Americas , ! ; @
ICgRS Steady ; fresh ,
Hides Unchanged ; heavy und light grojn
salteu , CJi'c ; salted dull , 4 } o ; groun salted
calf , Cc ; dry ( lint , 7c ; dry salto.l , 7o ;
dry calf , 7Sc ! ; de.icons , vJ"o each.
Tallow Unchanged ; No. 1 , solid packed ,
4c ; No. 2 , Utfo ; cuke , 4tfc.
liccolpts. Shipments.
Flour . 10,000 7,000
Wheat . 11,000 22,000
Corn . 11,000 1(11,000 (
Oats . 155,000 130,000
Now York. June 31. Wheat Receipts ,
80,000 ; exports , bO.UOO ; spot dull and nomi
nally higher ; No. a red , 84 > c in store ;
& 5c ulloat ; b5@SOXo T. o. b. ; Wo.
3 led , 77cV { ; options irregular and unsettled ;
July , S4UV.
Corn Receipts , 121,009 ; exports , 77,000 ;
mantel moderately active and higher ; No. 2 , .
41Jf@4So in elevator ; 42X < ftW > 4'o ulloat ; un-
gruued mixed , 41@4ai'c ) ; options active and
lower.
'Oats Receipts , 181,000 ; exports. 800 ;
options less active ana easier ; June , 23 > 'b ' ( < J
2SX"Tuly' ! 2SK ° ; spot -No. 3 white , 31u ;
mixed western , 2730c.
Coffee Ontious steady and 20 to GO
points up ; sales , 113.5UO bags ; July. $14.53
(214.65 ( ; August , $14.(55 ( ( ) 15.10 ; spot Uio quiet ;
fair cargoes , ? 17.25.
Petroleum Quiet but steady ; United
closed nt 'JXC-
E Ks Quiet and less firm ; western , 14X < §
14JJ-C.
I'orlc Steady ; now , * 18.00@13.25.
Lard Slow and about steady ; western
steam , 5G.SO.
Butter Firm ; western , 9@17 ! c.
Cheese Lower ; western , 7@3e.
KUMHHH Oliy , June 31. Wheat
Quiet ; No. 2 red. cash sales , Otic : August ,
sah'sD'J c ; No. 3 soft , cash , 7Sc ; August.
01 > ! fc.
Corn Steady ; No. 2 , cash , COJ o bid ; July ,
20o bid ; No. 2 white , not quoted.
Oats No. 2cabh , sales , 1'J c bid ; August ,
Liverpool , Juno 21. Wheat Firm ; de
mand improving ; holders offer moderately.
California , Os ' .i } < d@10s 10 } < d [ > ur cental ;
red wusturn winter. 03 5X < J@ > ) s 6 J.
Corn Firm and demand fair : now mixed
western , 8s Ud per cental.
MiiineiipoliH. JUIIQ 21. Wheat Sample
wheat steady to eusyj receipts , 180 cars ;
shipments , 70 curs. Closing : No. 1 hard ,
Juno and July , 07c ; on track , Oflc ; No.l north
ern , Juno and July , 00 , ' c ; on truck , 03@U3c ;
No. U northern , Juno and July , 81ic ; on
track , 82@s.1f.
Milwnukec , Juno 31. Wheat Easy ;
cash and July , 75J.fc.
Corn Firm ; No. 3 , 35c.
Oats Steady ; No. 3 , white , 3So.
Hye Firm ; No. 1 , 48c.
Barley Quiet ; No. U , 50c.
Provisions Firmer ; pork , cash , f 11.67 .
Cliioliuiati , June 21. Wheat Scarce ;
No. 3 red , 80@S7o. . , , . _ ,
Corn Strong ; No. S mixed , 3i@37 c.
Oats Steady ; No. 2 mixed , iiOo.
Whisky Active at ? U .
St. ixuilH , Juno 21. Wheat Lower ;
cash , 60e ; July , ttXQTMo.
Corn Weak ; c.ish. 81 ( 81 0 ; July , Bl > c.
Oats Firm ; cash , 2i fo ; July , 2J jo.
Pork Pinner ; 813.00.
Lard-Higher ; fO,80.
Whisky .Steady at S1.02.
Butter Dull ; creamery , ISOlflo ; dairy ,
LiIYlS STOCK.
CliloaK < > , Juno 21. The Drovers' Journal
reports us follows :
Cnttlo Hccuipts , 8,600 ; marliot weak at
recent decline ; beeves , $4.00@4.40 ;
stecra , Ma. > © 4.10 ; stockers pud feed-
era , j'.2.'ii33uU ; cows , bullH and mlxud , f 1.40
Q3.00 ; Texas cattle , Il.GOfJ2 ( 55.
IIo s Kccelpts , iri.GUO ; market active and
higher ; uilxed , S4.2UiyM5 ; heavy , $1.15Q
4.4U ; iht , I4.2SQ1.C3 : skips , J2.5UJJ4.00.
Slieeii UccolptR , 11,50 J ; market higher
for beht Grade * ; nutlvos , $3.f > OG4.93 ; west-
ems , f J.50@I.UO ; TCXUIID , .bU ( < $4.23 ; lutnbs ,
$1.76 ( 3.75 pur hnad ,
ICansnH City , Juno 21. Cattle He-
colpU , 2,000 ; slilpincnts , 4W ; market more
0 active ; common to choice corn-fed steers ,
& Sa.OOOi.'J.Srj ; stockers und feeders , sliudo
. stronirer , $ ' 3.00iy.lO ( ; cows. fl.X.VJO.
o Hop * Hecelpts , 10,100 ; Bhlpments.2,200 ;
market uctlvc , strong and hlyhur ; liuht ,
3 $4.17Jr@1.23 { > f ; heavy uud mixed , ? 4.05fiJ
i 4.15.
d National Stock iTarili , Kait St.
o Juno 21. Cattle - - Receipts , 400 ;
if shipments , 1,40J ; market btoady : fair to
ifn choice he&vy natlvo htctn. . 43.10(34.40 ( ; stockers -
n ota mid fe/dora , f3.10@3.a'Jj riuigori , corn-
fed , J2.DOOty.00.
HOB * Uecelpta , 8,400 ; shipments , 300j
market strong ; choice heavy butchers' to
lections , H.25y4.35 ( } ; paokinff , J4.15 ( < S1.30i
light grades , W.aOsJ4.a5. (
Sioux City , Juno 21. Cattle Receipts ,
700 ; shipments , I1S5 ; market steady ; fa1
steers , J,00@3.SO ; stockera und feeders
. . .
Hogs HccoliiU , 3.400 ; market higher
light aud mixed , 13.0034.03 ; heavy. & 07j }
& 4.1U.
OMAHA
Cattle.
Friday , Juno 21.
To-day's ' market did not present any es
pecially new features , the general trade being -
ing about steady , The feeling \vi\i n little
better , nnd although eastern markets nro
still very unfavorable , the shippers began
buying. In some Instances salesmen who
happened to have something very dcslrnblo
in tno way of tidy little beeves , thought they
got strong prices. 'I ho beef and shipping
steers sold nt $3.85@3.SO , with the bulk nt
? 3.60@3.75. Cows sold at ? 1.75eW.OO ( , with
can tiers as low as $1.25. There wcro n few
bulls among the offerings which brought
liOUH.
The hog market took another strldo up
ward , to-day , but tbo advance was hardly 5c.
The market wns active and the hog * were all
sold early , the most popularprlcobolngi,05.
A choice load of light hogs sold as high us
(4.10.
For the first time In some days thcro wns n
load of sheep on the market , nnd It sold read
ily nt firm prices.
Kucelpts.
Cattle 750
Hogs 7,400
Sheep 10S
Prevailing i'rlcc.l.
The following U a tibia of prloaspnU In
this in irkot tar the gr.Uoj of sto c men
tioned :
Prime steers , 1300 to 1000 Ibs..1.7f ® 1.03
Good steers , 1250 to 1450 Ibs. . . 8.70 MH.OO
Good steers. 1030 to 180J Ibs. . . 3.5'J ( iZH.80
Common canners 1.25 @ 2.10
Ordinary to fair cows 2.0J ( y 2.40
Fair to good cows 2.4'J © 2 50
Good to choice cows 2.50 ( ii 2.110
Choice to fancy cows , heifers. . 2.0J ( 3.2) )
Falrto itood bulls 2.03 fa)2.0J )
Good to choice bulls 8.39 ( < WM
Light stockera and feeders. . . . 2.75 ( ci2.U !
Good fojdors. 950 to 1103 lb * . . 8.03 rti > 3.15
Fair to choice light hoea 4.05 ( < i4.10
Fair to choice heavy hogs. . v. . 4.00 W4.05
Fair to choice mixed hogs 4.00 @ 4.05
Falrto medium native sheep. . 8.5J ( & 4. ' . >
Good to choice native sheep. . . 4.0J 004.50
Fair to choice western shoop. . 3.23 @ 1.53
Stiorn sheep.- 8.0J ( H.OO
Itoprosantntlvo Salcj.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
fi. . . . 950 ? 3 15 13. . .1810 ? 3 00
.1215 3 35 18. . 1140 3 0(1 (
2. .1075 3 85 10. . .1140 3 00
14. .1205 3 35 10 . .1U'5 3 00
15. .1181 3 40 10. . .1S5IJ 3 00
2U. . 840 3 40 IS. . .USD JJ02J4
17. .1120 8 40 3S. . .1070 805
20. . 914 3 40 33. . .1230 3 05
19 .1071 3 45 30. . ' 3 70
25. . 843 3 50 10. . .1337 3 70
25.UK 8 50 3 75
8. .1005 3 50 19 14"ii 3 75
10. .1344 3 55 43 1493 8 75
33. .12113 3 55 39 1111 3 75
in. .12.ll a .Vi 10 1323 3 75
20. .IWO 8 00 65 1353 3 80
18. .1371 3 00 49 1403 3 SO
cows.
1. .1030 t T.i .1257 2 75 H
1.o . .1000 2 00 . 1107 2 755
o .1(11.5 ( 0 25 . 800 2 75 .
33 ! . I5t 2 30 .1320 2 S5
1. .1210 ,3 , 09 .1330 2 00
.1425 2 00
11UM.S.
.1210 1 00 1. . , .1420 2 25
.1770 2 in i. . , .1420 2 45
205 1. . . .1540 2 60
CANSCUS.
3.KXJO 125 1. . , 1020 1 75
8 . 1051 1 05 1. . . 1070 3 10
MLXED.
19 SS7 2 15
ST1Q3.
1 1530 3 00
STOCKP.HS.
42 CB2 2 SO
CALVES.
ISO 3 CO
1IOGS.
1IOGS.No.
No. Av. Shk. Pr. No. Av. Shk. Pr.
18. . , .2I3 ! 100 ! a DO f S. . . .233 200 : J 05
03. . , .210 120 4 00 01. . .231 4 05
05. . , .290 80 4 00 59. . , .239 120 4 05
03. . , .233 SO 4 00 51. . , .249 4 05
54. . , 830 2SO 4 00 81. . .2-.0 40 4f,5
55. . , .230 40 4 00 05. . . .203 4 0'
02. . . .311 4 00 70. . . .232 40 05
.33. . . .273 4 00 54. . SO 05
( H. . . .270 4 00 05. . " 225 40 05
HI. . , .2f)0 ) 40 4 00 72. . 230 SO 05
. .357 240 4 00 CO. . . .253 05
, .2iO 100 4 00 CO. . , .251 ICO 05
00. . . .203 SO 4 00 07. . . 23 ! CIS
57. . . .201 SO 4 00 OS. . . .214 05
03. . . .273 40 4 00 05. . 05
51. . . .814 SO 4 00 ( it. . . .251 SO 4 05
47. . . .833 200 4 00 51. . . .2-10 80 4 05
47. . . .824 200 4 00 04. . . .230 120 4 05
Ct. . . .237 4 02 , . . _ . 210 40 4 05
01. . . .270 IfiO 4 03 % CO. . .217 SO 4 05
07. . . .20(5 ( 120 4 02" 71. . .213 SO 4 05
57. . . .230 80 4 02K 70. . .200 4 05
04. . . ,250 120 4 02 } < 59. . .214 40 4 05
G5. . . .202 4 02 03. , . .251 05
Oil. . . .220 40 m. . .207 400 05
71. . . .207 SO 402)5 ) 70. , . .200 120 05
53. . . .259 4 02 ' . .245 100 Oi
71. . . .2.14 KM 4 02 , . 05. ! . .253 40 05
CO. , . .2159 200 4 02l < f 70. 233 230 05
09 . . .2W 40 4 02K 1T9. .1207 210 05
71. . . .27S 80 70. . .220 120 05
02. , . .233 100 , .2SO 200 05
05 . . .281 100 4 0$4 00 ! . .209 40 05
00. . . .250 120 4 02' , * 07. . .223 4 05
05. , . . .25010 CO. . . 203 8n 05
79. , . .2-C 10J 4 02l 74. . . .251 3 o 05
01 , . .203 200 4 . . CO. , . .214 12n 05
CO. , . .271 40 4 03V * 70. , .210 SO 05
54. , . .200 SO 63. . . .237 200 05
09. , . .203 100 m. . . .270 05
CS. , . .232 80 m. . . .234 80 05
70. , . .210 SO 51. , . .280 40 05
09. , . .805 100 CO. , . .270 80 4 05
CO. , . .SOU 120 142. , . .237 200 4 05
03. , . .280 - ' . .213 120 05
03. , . .277 oil , . .255 05
57. , . .205 SO 4 02V < BO. , . 80 05
08. , 223 40 4 02J 01. , . .257 SO 05
01. , . .247 120 4 02 } 07. , , .270 120 05
5'J. , . .2,17 4 02 . .200 100 0 >
09. , . .248 120 4 0 ? } . .2.17 120 05
05. . . .205 100 4 03 } . . .239 120 05
71. , . .240 120 4 03 } | _ - . . . .330
59. , . .274 100 4,02J < f 60. . . .225 SO
57. , .2S'J 200 4 05 71. . .193 SO
No. Av. Pr.
79 Nebraska shorn 07 f3 00
Jjivc Stock Notes.
J. N. Horbst , Falls City , was a visitor nt
the yards.
W. H Jones , Holdrege , came In with hogs
and cattlo.
O. P. Colby brought In a load of cattle and
a lo.id of hoes.
W. S. Cook , Wukellcld , came in with txvo
cars of cattlo.
W. T. Hlckley , Columbus , was hero with
two cars of hogs.
S. Donnoll came over from Paclflo Junc
tion with three cars of hotrs.
C. Dunn , of the firm of Ilurtnmn & Dunn ,
Stuplchurst , came In with hogs.
J , J. Holcomb , Hebron , had a load each of
hogs and sheep on the market.
James M. POWCTS , of Henderson , Neb. ,
put In an appearance with thrcacura of hogs.
J. II. Cole and A. M. Tomplln , Palmer ,
wcro in with two cars of cattle and ono of
hops.
T. E. ninehelmor and J. Long were in
from Dorchester , the former wltti a car of
hogs nud the latter with two of cattlo.
A year ago at this tlmo qulto a good many
hay-fed westerns wcro coining in , which said
at $3.05(24.00 ( , and averaged 1180 to 1300
pounds.
C. Potomon , Mlndcn , was hero with two
cars of cattlo. C. Weldon came lu from the
same place with a load of cattle aud ono of
hogs.
OMAHA H MAHKETB.
Produce. F'rultf , Ktc.
Receipts of butter ore liberal and are taken
on arrival ut quotations. Eggs and chccso
btcady. Fruits and berries lomuwhat loss
plcntitul and prices stiff. .
! JUTTEityablo dairy , 13@Uo : packers'
stock , 810o. Creamery Punts , fancy , 10
@ 18o : choice , 14@15o ; solid packed , 10@llc.
Eoas Strictly fresh , 12@18o.
CIIEESB Young Amoncu , full cream , lO'i'o ;
twin flats , OKo ! off grades , 4@0o ; Van Itos-
soin Edoui , 111.50 per doz ; sap sago , 10o ;
brick , ll@12o ; llmburger , 0@10o ; doraostlo
Swiss , laXii ; skitns , 24ocliecto \ safes ,
bronze modal. No , B , fS.bS.
POULTUX Live bom , per dozen ,
M.OOj mixed. W.S533.Bfl ! ; Prln ' W.002.75 ;
turkeys , 7rf8o ( per lb ( , dicX ( , $2.002.50j
pccso , f3.00@4.nO ; live plgcoiM.1Jl.60.
OIUKOES nivorsldo. .00(25.00 ( fancy
paper rind St. Mlehuols , tf.l } 4.sr ; fancy
Duarte Mediterranean nwebtaj$3.00(34.0Qj (
Los Angeles ( choice ) ? 3.00 , , i n
Lr.MOJJa Choice , fcl.WKgG.OOjifnncy. J5.75 ®
7.00. i '
PcACiins-Por U bu box , H.45 < § 1.50.
APPLES Per } 4 bu box , 5Jg75c. (
CiiniiniKS Per 24 quart case , $1.255 J'cr 10
quart drawer , ? I.OO. . - , * '
HfACKiiniiniKS Per 24 quart case , ? 3.00
HIACK HAsriiEiinins Per1 ; ! quart case ,
3:00@3.50.v fl
? 3:00@3.50. :
UEU Kisrnnnmns Per CM'plutcnso ' , t3.DO.
STiuwnr.nuics Per 24 nuurU ca o , $ U.75Q
3.00 ; 2 bu. stand , ? 7.00.
QoosKiiKiuiiKs Per 2 bu. stand , (4.00 ; 24
quart case , ( 'J.GO.
PLUMS Per 24 quart case , $2.00@2.50 ;
U bu box , 507Sc.
PINP. Ai'i'Lus Per doz , M.00@3.60.
1UNANA8 According to size , per bunch ,
COCOANUTS Per 100 , K > .
FitESH FISH Whlto flab , per Ib , 7@Stfo ;
trout , nor Ib , Do ; whlto porch , per ib.Tc ;
buffalo , per Ib. 7u ; pickerel , per Ib , Oo ; black
bast , per Ib , lie.
llnKNS Choice hand picked nnvy , $1.75 ;
choice hand picked medium , $1.05 ; choice
hand picked country , $1.00 ; clean country ,
$1.20 ® 1.25.
EAIILV VEOETAHI.ES Potatoes , Cnl. , per
Ib , 2c ; southern , per bbl , S,00 ) ; onlor.s , Cat. ,
per Ib , 2o ; southern , per bbl , (3.00 ; cabbage ,
per crate , $2.50 ; turnips , per bu box , 60@75o ;
boots , per box , 7r > c(8J1.00 ( ; wax beans , per bu
box , $3.50 ; string beano , per bu box ,
$2.00 ; green peas , per bu box , (1.00 ;
tomatoes , per Jtf bu box , $3.tK ) ; asparagus ,
pordoz'bch , 5Jc@$1.00 ; cauliflower , f'.OO ;
eggplant , $1.75@.00 ; squash , 75o ; cucum
bers , 40c ; soup bunches , 33o ; lettuce , 25c ;
radishes , 20c ; green onions , 15@20c ; now
carrots , 20o ; plo plant , per Ib , 8.
HIDES , PKI.TS , TAU.OW , ITO. Orccn salted
hides , 5c ; dry salted hides , Cc : dry flint
hides , 7c ; calf hides , Cc ; damaged hides , 2o
loss ; sheep pelts , green , each , 25c@$1.00 ;
sheci ) polls , dry , per lu , 0@12e ; wool ,
overage , 14@lSu ; tallow , No. 1 , SQtyfo ;
grease , "A , " 4c ; gteaso , yellow , 3.
APALI : UUTTEII 7c.
ClDCit Hbls , S5 ; lit bbls , $3.
jMAl'l.n Sue nt 12J @ 15c porlb.
POTATOES Choice , sacked , per bu , 25@30c ;
Colorado , 40iJS15c.
VEAL Choice medium siro. r M@ o' choice ,
hoavv , 4(2Gc ; spring latnbs , § 3U.OJ30.00 per
dozen. * * u
IlHoNKV 14@l5c perlb for choico.
PitKSEiiVES 9 > J@10c per Ib.
JELLIES 8 } < ( S4c per Ib.
HEKSWAX No. 1 , I8@20c.
HAY ? 3.00@5.50.
CHOIFiii : : ? 10.00@10.CO.
Hit vx $10.00 < W10.25.
PitovisioNS Hams , No. 1 , 10-lb avcraeo ,
Jifc ; 20@22 Ibi. lO o : 12@14 Ibs , 12o ; No.
2 , 9J4o ; specials , 12J o ; shoulders , 7o ; break
fast bacon , No. 1 , lie : specials , 12 > c ; plo
nic , 7J o ; hnm saus.xgo , lOJ u ; dried beef
hams , lie ; beef tongues , $0.10 per dozen ;
dry salt meats , nj tgo c per Ib.
SAUsitii ! Bologna , 44J o ; Frankfurt
7lfe ; tongue , Oo ; summer , ISJ c ; head
cheese , OJJc.
Pome family , backs , per bbl , $13.00 ;
-bbls ? , $0.75 ; mess , bbls , $1250 ; K-bb
fO.25 ; plg-porlr , bbls , 517.50 : > i-bbls , $ 'J.OO. '
Uccr-TONQfcs Salt , bbls , SJO.OO.
Groceries.
OILS Kerosene P W , lOo ; W W , 12c ;
headlight , llJiu ; salad oil , $2.15@9.00 per
( \oioa. " ' '
Pickles Medium , per bbl , ' J5.00 ; small ,
$0.00 ; gherkins , $7.00 ; C & 'B chow-chow ,
qts , SO.OO ; pts , SJ.50. i
WnAVi'ixo PAi'isu Straw.v ) > cr Ib. 1 % @
2Mc ; r.iir , 2) ) < , c : ninnlll.i 13 , Oc ; No. 1 , Uc.
S\LT Dairy. 140 2-lb pltps , ? 3.70 ; do 100
3-lb pkgs , 8v.ii ! ; ) ; do 00 5-lb , plcijs , 8J.50 ; do 28
10-tb pkgs , $2 40 : Ashton , bu bjRa , 50 Ib , 85c ;
do4-bu bass , 22-l-lb. § : ) .40rdo ; M S A , 50-lb
bugs , S'jo ; perbbl. $1.15.
SHEDS lilrd , 4J ( $ ' 5c.
SAI.SODAd&ii < ) per'lb.
STAIICII S cj rc per Ib. r
Srovu POLISH $ J.OO@5.S7 per cross.
SIMCKS Whole , per ib Allsploo , He ; Cas
sia China , lOc : cloves , Zanzibar , 23c ; nut
megs , No. 1 , 70c ; pepper , 20n.
SUOAIIS JUranulated , 0\0a ; confection
ers A , DKe ; swndard , extra O , 0 ; yellow
C , 8 c ; powdereJ , 10@lO > fc ; cut Joaf , 10 > f@
lO c ; cubes , lOJ c.
IEAS Gunio\vaer.20' 03c ; Japan , 20@40c ;
Y. Hyson , 2S30o ! ; Oolonp , 250. .
VINCOAII Per gal , 18X20.
FISH Salt Dried codllsh , 0 , } @SKo ; hali
but , l-o ; scaled herring , 25u pur box ; hoi.
hcrrliiu , dom , 50c ; HuniDurR spiced herring1 ,
* l.00@1.10 ; hoi. herrint' , 70c ; mackerel , hit
bbls , No. 1 , $13.00 ; largo family , $12.50 per
100 Ibs ; whitcliBb , No. 1 , ? 7.25 ; family , $3.00 ;
rout , $ > .00 ; salmon , $ t > .00 ; anchovies , 10 Ib
talls , 8-c.
Livu ? 1.75C < ? 4.50.
NUTS Almonds , ! C@lSc ; Brazils , Oo ; l-
bcrts , 12o ; pecans , lOc : walnuts , lOu ; peanut
cocks , Oc : roasted , lOc.
HAQS American A , seamless , 17c ; Union
Sijuaro paper , discount , 85 per cent.
COFFEES Green Fancy old golden Rio ,
27c ; fancy old poaberry. 28o ; Hio , choice to
fancy , 22c ; Hio , prime , 21o : Hio , good , 17c ;
Mocha , 29c ; Java , fancy Mundehling , 29c ;
Java , good interior , 24o.
CoKrnns Itonstcd Arbucklo , 24X < - ' ! Mo-
Laughlin's XXXX. 24J c ; German , 24 | c ;
Dillworth , 24 c ; Alaroma , 24J c.
CiiAcicuits ASD CAKES 0 > iJ518c ( per Ib.
Ditici ) FituiTS Per Ib , uprlcots , 10@15c.
Apples , Salt Lake , 4c : stars , 5 c ; Aldons ,
% @ 8c. Prachea , Ual , Y , peeled , 20e ; fancy
unpeelcd , ll@18c : Salt Lake , Oc. Prunes ,
3\1. K C , 8 < < 9 > c. Currants , % @ < { c.
Turkish prunes , 4 } o. Citron peel. 22c ,
Lemon peel , 14o. D.ites , lOc. Figs , 9ff10c.
Haisitis , Malaga bunch , dehcsas , SVOO per
box ; Valencias. per Ib , 7c ; Cal. G & S , $2.40
nor box. Dried grapes , 5c. Ulackberrles , 5) ) c.
fitted cherries , lOc. Pitted plums , 8g9)5 ( ° -
Raspberries , 24c. Nectarines , 12K@18c.
CANNHD FISH Urook trout , 8 Ib , $2.40 ;
salmon trout , 2 Ib. $2.35 : clams-1 Ib , $1.35 ;
clams , 2 Ib , $3.00 ; clam chowder. 3 Ib , $2.25 :
devilled wabs , 1 Ib , $3.25 ; devilled crabs , 2
Ib , $3.50 ; codilsh balls. 2 Ib , $1.75 ; caviar , X
Ib. $2.2. > ; cols , 1 Ib , i3.25 ; lobsters , 1 Ib , $2.00 ;
lobsters , I Ib , $1.UO ; lobsters , devilled , J Ib ,
iv,25 ! ; mackerel ; 1 Ib , 1.00 ; mackerel mus
tard .sauce , 3 Ib , $2.00 : mackerel tomato
uco. i ) Ib , $2.00 ; oysters , 1 Ib. 85c ; oysters ,
b1.50 ; salmon , C. R. , 1 Ib , $2.10 ; salmon ,
R. , 2 Ib. $3.10 ; salmon , Alaska , 1 Ib , $1.85 ;
Inion , Alaska , 2 Ib , $2.90 ; shrimps , 1 Ib ,
CANDY 9K < y12' c per Ib.
. CiiocoLATis AND COCOA 2l@39o per Ib ;
"map Chick ory rod , 8e.
GIXQEU Jamaica , } { pts. , $3.00 per doz.
FAHINACKOUS Goons Hurley , 8 ( 3 0 ; far-
"n , 4J c ; peas , 8c ; oatmual. tyffflUa' inacu-
oni , lie ; vermicelli , Ho ; rico , 4f ( ( | 7o ; SURO
" " ' ' '
and tnpoa ,
Dry Goods.
BATTS Standard , 80 ; Gein , lOc ; Beauty ,
12Wc ; Boone , 14o ; U , cased , $ < ) 50.
' ULANKETS-Whlto. $1.10(0)7.50 ( ) ; colored ,
$1.10@8.00. ' '
CAMUIIICS Slater , 5elWoods , 5o ; Stan
dard , 5o ; 1'eacock. 5c.
CAIU-KT WAIUBibb WMto , lOo ; Colored ,
COIISET JEASS Bostpji , 7J c ; Androscog-
pln , 7o ; Kearsargo , 7 io { . Rockport , Kcj
Conestoga ,
COTTON FLANNELS 10p < : r ent trade dls.
LL , unbleached , 5Uc : CC , ( OJio ; SS , 7Jfc ;
EE , 8J o ; GG , 0o ; XXi W > Ko ; OO. HHo ;
NN , 12Ko ; AA , Ho ; Dp , .Ifi&c ; Tl1 , lO o ;
YY. 18o ; BU , lUo ; 20 .blpachcd , S a ; ( W ,
' '
12Ko ; 60 , W o ; 50 brown a'nd' slate , Ho : 70 ,
12K ! 00 , llks.
Ciusii Stcvono' B , 6J < ipj Stevens' A , 7o ;
bleached , 80 ; Stevens' ' . f' , . 7J/o ; bleached ,
8Wo ; .Stevens' N , 8/ 5' bleached , OKoi
Stevens' SRT , llKe. ' f
DBXIMS Ainoskoag , 0 or ! . IQMo ; Everett ,
7 oz. , 13o ; York , 7 oz. , 18c"Haynialier ; , SX" !
Jeffrey XX , 11 05 Jnffroy'XXX , 12 } < o ; Uoa-
vcr Crook AA , 12o ; Hoavor1 Creek 1JB , He ;
Beaver Crock CC , luo.
PitiSTS Pink and robes. Richmond , 6)4c\ ) \
Allen. Cc : Rlverpolnt.5Kc ; Steel River.O o :
Richmond , 0' < c ; Paclflo , OK" .
PIHSTS Indigo Blue St. Leger , 6 } o ;
Washington , OKo ; American , 0 } o ; Arnold ,
OKo ; Arnold Century , Oo : Windsor Gold
Tk't , JOUo : Arnold B , lO o ; Arnold A , 12o ;
Arnold Gold Seal , 10 0 J Yellow Seal. lOKc.
PHINTB Solid colors , Atlanllc. Oo ; Slater ,
Co ; Berlin Oil , 0 > o ; Garner Oil , C@7o.
BIIIHTIKO Checks. Caledonia X , OKcr
Caledonia XX , lOKo ; Economy , do ; Otis , Uc-
Granite. OJ/o : Crawford checks | Bo ; Haw
Klvor plaids , CKc.
SiieETiso Brown. Atlantlo A , 4-4 , 7c
Atluntlo H , 7tfo : Atlantlo D , 4-4 , O c ; At
lantic P. 4-4 , Go ; Aurora LL , 4-4. Co ; Aurora
C , 4-4,4 0 : Crown XXX , 4-4 , 0o : Hoosler
LL , 4-4 , 6 > fo : Indian Head , 4-1 , 7o : Lawrence
renco LL , 4-4 , BJfov Old Dominion , 4-4 , 5 > fo
Pcpperell R , 4-4. 7c ; Pepperell E , 40-inch
7 > io ; Ponperell , 8-4 , 170) ) Pepperoll , l4 l , 20o
Pepporell. 10 4. 22c ,
DUCK West Point , 23 in. , 8 or , OXoj Wcs
Point , 20In. , 10 oz , 12'Vcj ' West Point , 59 In. ,
13 oz , Ifijfc ; West Point , 40In , 11 oz , lOo.
FLANNRLS Plaid Raftsmen , 20c ; Goshen ,
03'o ; Clear Lnko , SO.Uc ; Iron Mountain.
CO'Jc.
Flannels Whltc-G H No. 2 , , 22 > , 'c ; O
H No 1 , $ { , 2uJ < o ; D H No. 2 , # , WJfoj H II
No. 1 , 5fHOo ; Quechco , No. l.Jf , 42c : Que
chco No. 3. ) ( , 87J o > Quechoo No. 8 , Jf , 32X ;
KENTUCKY JEANES Memorial , 15o ; Stand
point , 18c ; Durham. 27kc ; Hercules , ISo ;
Lcnmlngtaii , 2J.Uc ; Glenwood , 20o ; Mel
ville. 23o 5 IJang-up , 27 0.
MISCELLANEOUS. Table oil cloth , (2.50 ;
tnblo oil cloth marble , $2.53 ; plain Holland ,
2c ; dado Holland , lilo.
SnncTiNO , BLKACHKO Ellcrton , 7X" :
Housokocpcr , 8Kc ; Now Candidate , Sfo ;
Berkeley c-umbno No. 00 , Oc ; Bo t Yet. 4-4 ,
0o ; Butter cloth OO , 4 } c : Cabou
Farwoll , half bleached , 8 > c ; Frultof oem ,
Greene G , 60 ; Hoiio , 7Kc. King Phillip
cambric , lOc ; Lonsdalo cambric , lOo ; Lous-
dnlo , 8J < o ; Now Yorli mills , lOc ; Pepperoll ,
42 In , lOc ; Pcpperell , 40 In , lie ; Popperoll ,
0-4 , 14Wo ; Pouporoll. 8-1 , 20c ; Popporcll , 0-4 ,
22c ; Pepperoll , 104 , 24c ; Cauton. 4-4 , 8)c ;
Canton , 4-4 , 0tfe ; Triumph , Co ; Wnmsutta ,
lo ; Valley , 5c.
TICKS Oakland , A , 7J < fc : International ,
YY , 8c : Shotuckot , S , 8 > tfo ; Warren , No. 870 ,
flc ; Berwick , BA , 18c ; Acme , 13o ; York ,
30 in. 12 > o : York , H2 In. iKo : ) ; Swift River ,
c ; Thorndlko OO , 8Kc ; Tliorndlko EP ,
KC ; Thordlko 120 , OKc : Thorndlko XX.
5o ; Cordls No. G , ttct Cordls No. 4 ,
BLOCK TIK Eng. ref 'g , small pig , 27o ;
nr , 28c.
Con-mi Planished boiler sires , 31c ; cold ,
oiled , SOc ; sheathing , 3Uc ; pitts , 30o ; flats ,
Oc.
GALVANIZED SHEET luox Junlata , dls-
ount , 00 per cent.
PATENT PLANISHED IKON No. 24 to 87. A
uuilt.v . per Ib , 10) \jui mit 24 to 27 , B ( | iinllty ,
} * c. l or lew thnn buiullo inlil } * c per Ib.
Situr.T IIION No. 20 , fJ.10 ; No. 27 , $3.50
Soi.nnn Ho.vt Mctnl Co.'s tinlt iiiul-linlf ,
n 1-lh cases , per Ib , lOe ; commercial hull-
.lul-hnlf , 15o ; No. 1 , In bnrs , 14c.
TIN PI.ATU ( licit Uhsircoal ) IO , 10x11.
25 slicets , 50.5'l ; IX , 10x11 , 225 sheets ,
11.75 : 10 , 2.x23 , 112 sheets , $13.50 ; 3.x28 ,
12 sheets , S17.00 ; 1XX , 2x23 , 112 shouts ,
. .
Colin 1C , 10x14 , 275 sheets , $5.00 ; 1C.
4x20 , 112 shoots , SO.OO ; 1C , 10x20 , 235
heels , $9.50.
KOOFIXO ( Uest Charcoal ) 20x23 , $9.75 ®
0.75.
STCCL NAILS 13nsc , S2.20 ; steel wire nails ,
ha o , $3.00.
LKAD Pig , 4c ; bar , 4Kc.
UAIIII Wiuu Pulntcd , 50.25 ; galvanized.
* 3.75@3.00.
launder. Iilnii1 ,
1 Dimensions and Timbers
12 ft. 14 ft. 10 ft. 18 ft. 20 ft. 23 ft. 24 ft.
2x4. . 15.00 15.00 15.0. ) 10.00 10.00 18.03 10.00
2x0. . 1500 1300 15.00 10.00 10.00 18.00 10.00
2x8. . 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 18.00 1000
2x10. 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10 00 18.00 10.00
2x12. 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 18.00 10.00
4x48x8 10.0D 10.00 10.00 17.00 17.00 18.00 19.00
FENCING NO. 1 , 4 and 0 inch , 12 and 14 ft ,
rough , $10.00@10.50 ; No. 1. 4 and 0 Inch , 10
feet , $17.00@17.50 : No. 2 , 4 and 0 Inch , 12
and 14 foot , $13.50@14.00 ; No. 2 , 4 and Oinch ,
10 feet , S15.00@10.00.
FINISHING 1st nnd 2d clear , 1 } inch s 2
s , $49.00(351.00 ( ; Island 3d clcor , IK and 2
inch's2s , $17.00@49.00 ; 3J , clear , Kf inch.
B 2 B , $43.00@ 10.00 ; 3d clear , 1 } and
2 Inch , s 2 s. $43 00iO.OO ; U select , IV , IK ,
nnd 2 Inch , s 2 s , $ : )7.0Da3.00 ) ( ( ; 1st and 2nd ,
clear. 1 Inch , B 2 s , $45.00 ; 3d clear , 1 inch , s
2 s , $30.00 , A select. 1 inch , s 2 s , $33.00 ; 13
select , 1 Inch , s 2 s , $ .30.0 ! ) .
STOCK BOAIIDS A 12 In , s 1 s , 12,11 and
10 ft , $40.00 : B 12 in. s 1 s 12 , 11 and 10 ft ,
? 4l.OO ; O 12 in , sis , 12. 14 und 10 ft , $ .15.0 , ) .
D 13 in. s 1 s , 12 , 11 and 10 ft. S2J.OO ; No. 1
com , 12 in , s 1 s , 12 ft. 818.00 ; No. 1 com , 12
in , s 1 s , 14 and 10 ft17.50@18.KO ; No , 1
com , 12 in , s 1 s , 10 , 18 and 20 H , $19.50 ; No.
2 com , 12 in , s 1 s , 14 and 10 ft , $17.00.
Fi.ooniNn 1st com C in white pine , $33.00 ;
2d com 0 In white pine , $31.00 ; 3d coin 0 in
whitopine , SJO.OO ; d com 0 in whlto pine ,
$20.00 ; com 4 and 0 in yellow pine , $15.00 ;
Star 4 in yellow ulne. $17.00 ; 1st and 2d clear
yellow umo , 4 and 0 in , $19.00.
LIMB , ETC. Quincy white limo ( best ) , SOc ;
English and Gorman Portland cemenl , 3.45 ;
Milwaukee and Louisville , $1.30 ; Michigan
plaster , $2.25 ; Fort Dodge plaster , S2.10 :
Blue Rapid plaster , $1.90 ; hair , 2c ( ) ; sash , CO
per ct dls ; doors , blinds , mouldings. CO per ct
pis ; tarred felt , per cwt , $2.00 ; straw boaid ,
per cwt , $1.00.
Poi'LAit LuMiiEit Clear poplar box bds , J
in. s 2 s , $35.00 ; clear poplar % In panel ,
$30.00 ; clear poplar % in panel , $25.00 ; cleat-
poplar } f In panel stock wide , s 2 s , $28.00 ;
clear poular corrugated ceiling , Jf ( , $30.00.
POSTS White cedar. 0 inch , halves , lite ;
white cedar , 5V < J inch , halves and 8 Inch q'rs ,
lie ; whlto cedar , 4 Inch , round , lOo ; Tetmos-
sse red cedar , split , lOc ; split oak , ( white ) ,
So : sawed onk , 18e.
SHINGLES , LVTII , run M. XX clear , $3.20 ;
extra * A * , $3.b ( ) ; standard A , $3.00 ; 5 inch ,
clear , $1.00rt1.70 ; 0 inch , clear , $1.75@1.80 ;
No. 1 , $1.10(3)1.15 ( ) ; clear red cedar , mixed
widths. $ V.O ; California redwood , dimen
sion widths , $4.50 ; cypress , clear heart , di
mension widths , $3.25 ; lath , $2.50.
Iriiii ninl Clininlcnls.
ACID Sulphuric , per carboy , 2) ) c ; citric ,
per Ib , Clc ; oxalic , per Ib , 14c ; tarlarlc , pow
dered , perlb , 43o ; carbolic , 843c.
ALUM Per Ib , 2 > c.
AMMONIA Carb , perlb. He.
AmtowiiooT Per Ib , lOc.
BALSAM Copaiba , per Ib , 05c ; tolu , 52@
55 c.
c.Boiux Reflned , per Ib , Oc.
CALOMEL Am. , perlb , 81o.
CAHTOII OIL $1.22.
Cumin BEUiiicd--S1.50 ,
CAXTHAHIhCS 7. > C\tf$1.00.
CASSIA BUDS Per Ib , ISc.
CIILOKOFOHM Per Ib , 41c.
Coituosivii SUIILIMTBPer Ib , TSc.
CitEAM TAUTAII Pare , per Ib , 29c.
EXTUAOT LOGWOOD Bulk , per Ib , 12 } c.
EIIOOT 45c.
GLYCKIIINI : 21 } < fc.
GUM AIIAIIIO S'.KSOoc ,
LYCOI-ODIUM 44c.
GUCEIHNE Bulk , per Ib , 22o.
GUM Assafffitldo , per Ib , He ; camphor
per Ib , 30o ; opium , per Ib , $3.85.
IODINE HcsublimaUid , per oz , $3.155.
LKAVE9 Buchu. short , per Ib , 13c ; senna
Alex. , per Ib , UflfiilSo.
MouiMliA Sulph , perez , $3.60.
MKHCKIIV 70o.
POTASS Bromide , per Ib , 87c : lodino , per
Ib , $2.85.
QUINIA Sulph , per Ib , 37@45c.
SEEDS Canary , per Ib , 4J < c.
SOAI-S Castile , mottled , per Ib , 810ocas- ;
tile , white , nor Ib , 18@l5c.
Sl'liilTS NITHE Sweet , per Ib , 30o.
STUVCHSIA Crystals , $1.00@1.15.
Sin.HI , CINCHONA Per oGl214o. .
TATIOCA Per lu , Oc.
TONGA BEANs-$1.70@1.75.
SHROEDER & DEAN ,
GRAIN ,
Provisions § Stocks
Basement First National Bank ,
5O5 feoiiUiltlfli Street , - Oiuuliu
NEBRASKA
NATIONAL BANK
U. 8 , DKl'OSITOUV , OMAHA , NL .
Capltnl . $400,000
Surplus Ja n. 1st. 1881) ) . M.OOO
AND
IlEMiv IV. YATES. J'reilitont.
LEWIH H. lutii , Vice I'rosl
, A. M.'IUUZALIK
W. V. MOHSK
JOHN'S. COI.I.INH
11. C. Cl'MIINd
J.N. H.I'ATIIICK
W. H.a.UtoiiM.C ; ihler.
THE IRON BANK.
Corner 12th ami l-'ornomBU.
A General llantins lluilnoti Traniactcd.
1 inWCVand nil urinary troubles easily , miick-
MUNtllyand af ely cured by UOOT 1/llX Uup-
uulei. buvcrul cases cured in seven Qajrs. Bold
nt.ll.Wper box. all druEk'lutD , or bjr mall from
Uoctuu Jil't'eCo. UWUU < t N. V. rulldlrec-
luu .
Dr. J. E , McGREW
ON OF TUB
82T SPECIALISTS
In ( ho Trent incut of All Chronic , Nervous
nuil 1'rlvnto Discuses.
8pormntorrli < rn , Impulrnoy nnd Knlllnit Miuiliocnl
nb'oltilclr curoil. A euro Himmntpoil In nil fornnor
1'ilvnto tllroiKos Ntrn-tiirec. Olool , Ac. Oilarrh ,
TliniHt , l.unci , nnd llo.irt ll onvs , IUiatimiitl m.
Hplnnl nnd Kcmnlo l.oi ) | > tc , Hlood niul Skin Dlscntoi
trt'Mod filccossfillly.
LndloV und rcMitlcraon's wnltlnu roonn icimrato
inl ciitlrclr I'rlviito. .
roniutltMli'n froo. ? end for bookf. Secret nnd
Prlvnto Din'inpiot.Mnii.'nlKO'Womnn&Hi't ll o 80' ,
U'.o cncli Clnmi'S ) . Trralinont ! > > corrosiioniionco ;
end 'Innip ( or rouljr.
01T1CK ! 16TI1 AND DOUOLAS STltKUTS ,
OMAHA , NKI ) .
NKUVOUS , fJllKONICuml 1'HIVATH DISHAUUS of
MK.Vnnil WOMKNeucccMfitllytroiitol.
YOUNG MEN
SurrorltiK from the i-ncrls of youthful follies trlmlls-
oration * , or nn > tmublitl with Wuuknvsi , Nervous
Uubillly , Ixmof Mcmoiy , 1)04 pomloiry. Aversion to
boc'pty. Klilnoy Troiiulosortiiiynlioin.s nl lliuQ.Mil-
to Urlnnry Oritiiiir.'rnn liota find ti nufu mill Hpe.'ily
ciuo Chnrnes rei : oimblo , iMpociiilly to tliu poor
MIDDLE-AGED MEN
Thtrj lire ninny trimliloil Yllll too In-quont o ncu
nations ol Ihc lilulilcr , utionaocuniinmloJ hy n sliulit
Mimrtlnir orburnlmiBL'iiiHllon.nml ucnkcinniioi tie
Kj/itcic In n mnnnrrtliA pntl < , nt rnnnot aeuoiint lor.
On uxamtnlntf tlio nrtiia * y ilopti'ltn u ro ly r-o UIIILMII
will ofti'n lie lountl , null nllotlnll. [ puitl * ! OH of ulbu-
itiun nlll iipiiGiir or t'iu color l > u 01 n tliln , ntlll.l ti
hue , niinln rhiinulnnton tlnrk or tori'll apim.nraifo.
Til u re nro many men who < ! ! ( > nf tliM illllloully. Unor
nut or tlio ( anne nint.li Is tlio 'ecotul slii o o ( notul-
nttl wcaltncsn. The ilnctor will Rimraiiti'o n perfect
euro lu nil turli cii-c' . anil rt licit fir itatomilun or
tlio uonllo-unnary orKiui * . l"on nlli\to : i lice. WcnJ
2-ccnt ntanip for "Yniinu Man's 1'rlunil or Uiimo to
WoclocX , " iroo to nil. .UUln
DR. SPINNEY & CO.
Main and Ctli B . , Ki.n-asCity , JIo.
5 * Alcntlon this paper.
Boots and Shoos.
K1RKSNDALL , JQXES .t CO. ,
Burco3 or to llco.l , Jones & Co.
WIiolBsalc Mannfactnrers of Bjotsli Slices
AgcoU for llost.jii r.ubbcr Shoe Co , 111K , 1101 Bud HOC
ll&rney Street , Ouinbn , Neliraakn.
Browors.
STOItZ A 1LER ,
Lager Beer Brewers ,
1CT1 North KlKutccath ttrcet. Ouinlia. Vn.
Cornloo.
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
MaM'actarers ' of Galvanized Iron Cornice
WlndowKapR : nnil mclnllc kyl RhU. John Kpcnotcr ,
proprietor. lUlantl llutoutu lOtb street.
Offlco Flxturoa.
BIMMONDS' MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturers of
Bani Office aufl Saloon Fixtnrei
Uitntlos , Sideboards. Hook Cn c , lniit Flituron , Wall
emeu. Partitions , ItalllnxiCounters , llcernnd Win *
Coolers , Mirrors , Ittc' Faitorjr and onlco , 1730 und 1731
Bouth IJth St. . Umahtt. Tclepbonr
Paper loxes.
JOHN L. WILKIE ,
Proprietor Omaha Paper Boi Factory ,
Noi. 1317 add 1319 Douglai street , Omnha.NoD.
_ Sash , Peers , Etc.
K. A. DISIiltOW & CO. ,
Wtiolttnla manufacturers of
Sasb , Doors , Blinfc and Monldiup ,
Branch office , Lth ! and Iiurd street Omaha , Neb.
noasr MANUFACTURING ca ,
Mannfecturers of Sasn , Doors , BIMs ,
llouldlnci , Btnlr-vrora and Interior hard wood Dnleh.
N. 13. corner 81 ! i nncl IijavLiiU'rib slriuti.
Omaha , Keb.
OfjAllK BTKAM IIBTINOO 0
Pnnips , Pipes anfl.Engines ,
Btctm. water , rallirar and xnlnlnff supplies , el
W } , Vfi aud VU I aruam ttroet , Ouiaha.
U. S. WIND ENGINE & PUMP CO. ,
Steam MWate : Supplies ,
wind mills. 913 and WJ Joccs St. , Omsha.
U. F. Itosi , acting imuuiiar.
& CO ,
Engines , Boilers anfl General Mgc&inery ,
iliueHron work , stcnm pump * , taw mill ) . 12W-121J
Learenwortb DUcut , Omaha.
Iron Works.
K'l'KAM DOrLEft WORKS ,
Cnrtcr &bon , 1'roii's. MnniirueturerHOf
Sleam Boilers , Ms and Sneet Iron fort
_ \Vprka South Sltli und ll.&M. < ioi lu/Tol. _ IU5 _
PAXTON & VIERLJNO IRON WORKS ,
Wrought and Cast Iron Bnl fllBg Vorfc
Bngitiop , brass work , ifcncral foundry , machine and
blaccsciltli work. Offlco unit uor , U. 1 * . Ur.
and nth stroiit , Omaha.
OMAHA WIRE & IRON WORKS ,
Maunfactnrers of Y/iro / and Iron Railings
Deik rails , wIndov guards , ( lower stands , wireslum. .
otc. . la Hortli Ittli street. Omaha.
OMAHA SAFE & IRON WORKS ,
Mant'rs ' of Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ,
Vaults. Jail noik. Iron filiuttcrs and flro uncupos.
U , AudrecD , prop'r. Cor. 1UU and Jackioa BU .
" SOUTH "OMAHA.
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. ,
Of Omaha Limitel
.ED
Rotnnrlcablo for powerful sympathetic
tone , pilublo action anil absolute dura
bility ; 80 yours' rouonl the best ( juriran-
too of the excellence of tbcso instru
ments.
EHO FORIlLt/JTRferU ) fATALOSVE FREg
ROSE POLYTECHHIO INSTITUTE ,
TERRE HAUTE , IMD.-A ttHCU Of [ NQIHtERIKB.
Anrlculturnl Implomonta.
* * "
VU URGll ILL PA RKKR ,
Dcalcria Agricnltnial Implcracnts , Wagons
C2rrU i n < l bnctUi , Jonci olrpnt , between Ptu anil
lUlb , Om hft. Ncbnuka.
LlKIXGWR lk'iiETC ALV CO. ,
Agricnlt1 Iinploincnts. Wagons , Carriages
Oiunliii. Nebr U .
PARLIN , OUKNDURV , fc MARTIN CO.
Wholesula Dealer * la
Agricnltnrallnmlcnients.Wagoiis&Bnggies .
Wl.On , 105 nnd 1\K Jones itr t , Ouiaha
MOLTNE , MlLJIUHtfA STODDARD C0
Uanutketuren Rnil Jobbcri In
Wagons , Buggies , Ra\es \ , How Eta
Cor. 8th and 1'aclHo itrcctj , Omaha.
Artists * M ntorl a t a.
A. 21OSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
lilS Dougla * itr el Omaha , Aebrn ka.
Boots and Shoos.
W , V. MORSE , t CO. ,
Jotes of Boots { nfl Ste ,
1101,1100 , lias twiuRln * Uroct. Omitlia. Mannfretorr.
Bummer Mroct , notion.
Conl , Coke and Llmo.
OMAHA COAL , COKE , t LIME CO. ,
Jobbers of Hand Soft Coal
IO ) Smith 1.1th rtrcot.Omnlia , N
KllllliASlfA VUEL CO. ,
Sliipfc s of Coal a d Coke ,
211 t-uutti 1.UU St..OuiKh , Neb.
JOHN A.
Wliolesalc Lnniljsp Etc , ,
Imfottcil nuil AiiHTiuiii I'lirtliinl < oino itStil
nccnt for Mllnnnki o liyilriiullo cumont nun
_ Cjulnry * vhlln Unit * .
OKAS R.
Dealer in Hardwood Lnmoer ,
Woo4 eirpott and parquet llooilnff. th and Ulugla *
ilreel * . Umnha , Neb. _
AllKindsofBcililiiigMiteml at Wholesale.
Will Street und Union t'liclDo Truck , Omaha ,
LOV1S URADFORD ,
Dealer in Liiinber , Latli , Liinc , Sasn ,
JDoora , Hlc , Yardi- Cornel 7th nntl Uouclai. Cornet
10th and Douiiluii
FRED Hr. QUA Y.
Lnmlier , Limb1 Cement , Etc , , Etc ,
Corner Cth mid Poiiiilaa bli , Omaha.
*
C. N. VIETZ.
Dealer in All Kinds of Lumber ,
Uthand Cullfornln Htrecta. Omaha. Nebrntka.
Notions.
/ . OlIERVKLDER .t CO. ,
Imnorlers & Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
31H. 310 and 2U South llth etrost.
Notlono.
J. T. nOBINSON NOTION CO. ,
W&olcsale Notions and Fnriiisliins Goods ,
11 11 i ] g 1 4 n 1 i v 11 d str.Mts. Omulm.
RIVDELL & RIDDELL , ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Specialties nuitcr. cirsi , cheese , poultry , game.
1111 liciwanl rtrcet Ouialin. Neb.
Dry ' Qopdo
M. E. SMl'UI A CO. ,
Dry Goods , Furnisiiiiig GooSs M Notions
110 } and 1101 Dongla * . eor. llth street , Oinalia , Neb.
KILPATRICK-KOCII DRY GOODS CO. ,
Importers anflJoliliers in Dry GoflflsNotionl ,
( itnta * furnishing goods. Corner llth and Iluuiy
itrcets , Omaha , Nebraska.
SEL1N , THOMPHOK & CO. ,
Importnrs and jobbers of
Woolens anfl Tailors' ' Trimmings ,
UT South 15th street.
Furniture.
DEWEY & STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture
Farnam street , Omaha , Nebraska.
CHARLES SHIVER1CK ,
Fnrnitnre ,
Cmaha Nebraikn.
PAXTON , GALLAGHER A CO.
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
TOi , 707 , TOT and 711 Booth 10th oU , Omaba , Neb.
McCORD , BRADY J : CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers'
13th and licarenworth streets , Omaha , Nlbrcska ,
Hardware
W. J. UROATCH.
Heayy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Bprlngs , wagon stork , bnrdwaro , lumbar , eto. 1301
aud ISllllaruey struat , Omaha.
LEE , CLARKE , ANDHEESEN HARD'
WARE COMPANY.
Wholesale Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plato ,
Metals , shoot Iron. etc. Agents tot Howe scales.
Miami powilcrand Lyinoa barbed wlr * .
UIMEnAUQH < t TAYLOR.
Bnild rs' ' Hardware and Scale RepafrShopi
Uielianlos' tools nrd llutr.ilo scales. J U Douflaj
strett.Omaua. Neb.
'II , If AUD F AGO
Jobbers of
Toys , Dolls Allrams , Fancy Gooil ?
Hous fiirnlKbUiieuo < ls chllilrou'H cifrl
1'nrnani utretil , Onmlia Null.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE. CO. ,
WMcsalc Refined and LnMcatin2 Oils ,
Axle crone , etc. , Omaha. A. H. Illilmp , Manscer.
Papor.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper Dealers ,
Carry a alea stock of printing , wrapping and witttoj
paper. Hpetlal tteatlon lvcn to car load or < fM. t ,
1 "ft
PRINCIPAL POINTS
EAST , WEST ,
NORTH and
"M . L
* ' 10gl )
,13'over , '
. , VI
juuivn. n I IT nnjr rx > ri null fltin JirfHOM
11 per box by inall.or at UrvgtliU. H9it
j'lird'culars 3 vOEUrjn Btflmpi. AoUrM
TUB Koruuc * . Onndicu , Oo. , I > raorr , ITIML
For Bale and by mail by Goodman Drug
. Cor.iimny , Oinuhu , " ' ' ' .