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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY , JULY 24 , 1889. 3
Foreign NOWB tbo Coir.Uitxtlnff Influence -
fluonco In the Whoot Pit.
OULY SHORTS VERY STUBBORN.
The Henry Ilccclptu of Cora Met by
nn Urgent Doinnnd From Slili > -
pcrs C'nttlc and Hot *
Quotations.
CHICAGO PIIODUOI3MA.HKHTS.
CHIOAOO , .luly 23. [ Special Telegram to
TUB Hr.R. ] ForclRn noxvs dominated the
wheat market to-day , and , as ttio drift of
this uow * was bullish , tirlccs advanced. All
the news from abroad wns not that way , how
ever , for William Dunn cabled from Paris
that ho could not send ardors , adding ; "Tho
Trench crop Is expected to bo over an average -
ago ; harvest progressing rapidly ; weather
unsettled , but not suniolent to hurt crops. "
IJcerbohm's report shows an Incroiiso of
1,250,000 bushels In the amount on ocean pas-
ta.s.a. Per contni , the foreigners arc bid
ding for cash wheat for shipment at the sea
board and most of the interior markets , ana
foreign speculators nro buying futures. In
this market July wheat was run up to 82o
dcBDito the fact thai the receipts were 233
cars. St. Louis only got 103,000 bushels ,
and shipments from all wcstorn points
ro on a liberal scalo. The trade
was electrified at ono tlmo early
In the session by n dispatch from St. Louis
Ihilt steamship iiRonta had boon Bordered to
iccuro ocean freight room for 310,000 saclcs
Of flour. The correction made It appear that
the order was for " 300 and 10,000 sacks , " a
total of 103,600 sucks. This was ono of the
Bxcltlnn Incidents of the day. On the
itrcngth of the original dispatch December
wheat was run up to SOJjfc. On the receipt
of the correction and Duun's cublo the mar
ket sold down to 80 , ' c , but rallied later and
regained the ground' that had boon lost. The
market was broadband strong most of the
session , and there was an active and heavy
trade in the pit. Hutchlusoa was a conspic
uous seller every tlmo the market got under
"headway toward a liiidinr range. Ho said ho
thought wheat a good sale , if for no other
reason than that everybody wanted to
buy. Llnu bought in his short
wheat , and Schwartz & Dupco were
big buyers to-day , as they were yesterday.
This was set down by the crowd as "short
wheat. " St. Louis shorts .wcro ulso free
buyers. Linn was quoted convert to the
bull side. Being questioned on the subject
ho said that foreign speculators wuro buying
futures , but ho would wait to sue whether
the foreigners wanted actual wheat bofcro
ne could see his way clear to become a bull.
Don csttc crop nuws Is , to his mind , of the
most favorable description. The local mar
ket was very nervous and excitable nil day.
December wheat opened ut 80U@SOJffc ! ad
vancing to & 0u , and thun heavily
and rnpldly down to EOc. The
next up turn carried Urn price to S0c , and
then , alter a J c reaction , it went to bO c. A
decline to 8c ( followed , und next occurred
a ehnrp whirl to 80J c. The ensuing decline
took the price to 80.14' , and along towurils 1
o'clock , on the report that Nightengale hud
worUcu seven bout loads In Now York , the
market spurted to Sl c. Right at the close
It weakened and closed at SOX@Wfc. This ,
however , is a gain of c on the top of yes
terday's bulgo. The great bulk of trade was ,
of course , In December , but there wan plenty
of fluctuation In July and September. July
especially was subject to wiilo variations In
price. It opened at SOJ c , sola off to 70 > c.
and up to 8''e. liutchinson took a personal
interest In whooping July up , while openly
bearish on long futures. There are still
several stubborn July shorts holding out ,
and ho Is evidently bent on scoring them in
if the thing can bo done. July
closed at Sljtfc , or IVc over yesterday.
September opened at 7bHc , ranged at 7bj < @
70JjC and closed at 78f , a gain on thu day
of J c. Domestic crop news Is good. The
Bhowory weather throughout the winter
whcdt country continues to Interfere with
the movement of new wheat. That Is an im
mediately bullish factor in the minds of
speculators.
The receipts of corn , although heavier
thun yesterday's estimates , were met by so
urgent a demand from shippers that they
were powerless to stop the upward tendency
which their quick absorption produced. The
firm tone of the wheat market also tended to
tnnko tbo shorts uneasy , and the continuance
of rain in scctlcns , where too much for the
good of the crops had already fallen , also in
duced some covering. The quantity on ocean
posfago decreased ! )20,000 ) bushels since n
week ago , and export inquiry was active
nt the seaboard , with orders here also for di
rect through shipment. A firm feeling was
maintained until near the close , when some
slight wavering was experienced on wheat
Boiling off about that tlmo , and a steady
fcollncr at the closlni ; quotations was the Una !
condition of tno market. July closed atDTcanti
sellers and ScirtcmberutM ! > > i@3G ° ( fc , whicli
is a gain of } c and % o respectively slnco
yesterday's ' close.
In oats speculative trading was not heavy
and prices averaged llrm to @J c burlier ,
especially in near futures. But few sellers
appeared , ana the Improvement In corn lent
some strength to oats , with the receipts of
the latter less than expected by
about forty cars. Buying' orders
Joe September appeared at --//o ,
whllo July Improved to 22Kc. No. 2 white
oats for August sold at 25 > c and for Sep
tember nt SSi c. No , 2 regular was firmer nl
22 o for car lots to go to store. The with
drawals from store included 112,500 bushels
of No. 3 white.
In provisions the feeling was somewhat
cnsicr. Notwltnstacdlng the receipts of
hogs were comparatively light and there was
no grout disposition to sell the product , the
trndo presented a weaker tendency. Its
friends appeared to bo Indifferent as to its
present course , or unwilling to give it illrcc
support , and from the start an uninteresting ,
as well as featureless state of affairs existed.
Trading In all brunches of the market was
also of a restricted character. The
cloaiuga all around were under yester
day's last quotations. In pork the
day's net decline was 7 > f@12 o and In lard
and short ribs 2W0f > c. For cash delivery
lard sold at fU.tfg0.27) ! ( and IG-lb. green
hams at BJ/c. ( fash buyers made some pur
chases of short ribs and sweet pioklcd hams
mm hollies , but tbo prices paid were with
hold. In a speculative way September mo
nopolized attention. It sold from fll.y-'X
early down to $11. IB for pork , from ? ( i.37 , ' <
down to ? 0.32) for lard and from f5.72 > dowi
to t5.65 for short ribs. Short ribs and Ian
closed for September ut Insldo prices and
pork at (11.17 . August ranged at n dU
count from September of SfflT con pork , of
lOo on liml ana 7o on short ribs. Next
Winter's deliveries wore qulot.
CHICAGO iilVE BTOOIl.
Cnioxoo , July 23 , [ Special Telegram to
TUB UBK. | CATTLE. Estimated receipts ,
8,000 ; last Tuesday , 10,730 ; week so far ,
25,094 ; latno tlmo last week , 2JS30. The
receipts were about-1,000 ouch of natives ani
Texans. Fat corn-fed and suitable weight
natives were scarce , In good demand and
fully lOo higher , whllo green , hulf-fattoncd
grassy natives were more than plentifully
low , weak nud unsettled , and were left
until the last , with some lots going over
until to-morrow. The run of Texans was
morojhan wanted , equalling 10,000 In twc
days , and ruled slow , but no lower than
yesterday on anything at nil suitable. Na
live butchers' stock , ana especially cows , and
more especially thin and common cows , wa
low and about down to low water mark
No ono wants native cow * when Toxnus arc
u cheap and plenty as at present. Anotho
consignment of Montana ritngo cuttle urrlvei
this meriting , making two for the week si
far. Choice to extra bcovcs , f4.00 < jM.3.
medium to good steers , 1350 to 15UU Ibs.
tU.tO@4.101200to ; 1350 Ibs. , $3.70&4.00i 051
la I'JUOlbs. , $3. 0 < ( JAbO ; ktockersuutl feeders ,
ia.XH < J3.00 ; cows bulls and mixed , * 1.2.W
t.bO ; bulk , f2.OOQ2.aO ; lop-fed eteers , $3.GOJ (
.60 , steer * , ti'.OOQ'.J.fcSj cows , tl.60Q2.00
Vestcru rangers , U50 to 1030 Ibs. , Oregon
feeders , (2.25.
HOBS--Estimated receipt * , 10,000 ; las
Tuesday , 17,675 ; week to far , 2GBW ; § anu
Utuo lw week , 33,803 , The UghV ruu of the
lay nnd a falling off of 7.0& ) fn the run for
w& days , ns compared with ln t week , had
ho effect sf "hdvAnclriR prices 5@loo on
icavy , the same selling largely between
( I..17JI and M.40 , a few fancy nt fM5@4.0.
Light sorts were moro plentiful than last
vcek , hence did cot advance with the heavy
selling , nnd were about steady at f4.604.75.
Nr.w YOIIK , July 2.J. [ Special Telegram
to Tun HcE.l STOCKS The unexpected hap
pened In stocks this morning. In stock cir
cles last night It win conceded Hint , the dull ,
waiting period was likely to Include the en
tire week's business. London wits regarded
na awaiting developments on tlili sldo. Chicago
cage , for a few dnys , nns done little or noth
ing hero except In specialties. Commission
houses report n low line of long stocks car-
rlod , and mnny of them secured tlmo money
to put thorn over any period of stringency
which may occur. With these conditions
dullness , with perhaps some weakness , wns
expected. The revurso was true tit the out
set this morning. At the very first the
mnrkct wns only nctlvc in spots , but. the mil-
mutlon Increased und sordid during the
hour , and resulted In a few sharp upturns and
i pretty general bulge In railroad stocks before -
fore 11 o'clock , ITlrstprlcen showed @X per
ccntl.idvnnco over the close of last night.
Cleveland , Columbus , Cincinnati & tit. Louis
wns the leader for activity nnd strength ,
starting M I10' ' cent higher at 03 , going to
CT nnd off to 61 during the hour. Chos.tpcako
& Ohio wns also stirred up , making nn advance -
vance ofyt \ per cent. Now linglnnd gamed
1 per cent , Louisville nnd Lane Shore 5 to
JfJ each , and Northern Pacific preferred } {
1 per cent. Atchlson was weak , selling
between ! > X nud SSJf. Uurlhigtou led the
navnnco In grangers , going to 0J ! ) , North
western up 1 to 11)7. ) Hock Island up to 91 ! ,
St. Paul to O'J ' , Missouri Paclllc up I to 6TK ,
nnd Union Pacific up lj ) par cent to 53 % .
Trusts received less attention. There wns
no back-set in prices till noon , when the list
showed u vcr.v creditable advance for the
morning. The shorts m stocks kept very
uneasy all day , and got little comfort nt the
close , when the net gains for the dity for all
active securities ranged from J to 2)4 per
cent. Disturbing influences nro out of slight
for the present. Chicago orders Indicated a
pretty general turning to the bull aide , while
London wns a moderate buyer. There wai
no decline of itnDorlaiico from the very top
prices. Atctuson proved lh sick stoolc ,
closing at 30. Burlington gained 1 ut 109j ,
Northwestern % nt 10i % Hock Islnnil IJf nt
Ol } , St. Paul IjV at Wil4 , Missouri Pacific
ana Union Pacific IJ , Heading 1 , Chicago
Oas f , Lead , Sugar 2 } , Northern Pacific
and preferred \ % nnd l ? , Cleveland , Colum
bus , Cincinnati & St. Louis Z ) { , Louiivillo I ,
Lnko Shore 1 nnd Ches.ipotiko & Ohio 1 per
cent. The udvnuccs were , in ui'iny lu-
stunccs , on light business. The total snles
were 105,709 shares.
The following were the closing quotittons :
fl. 3.4s regular. ] 2Sli Noithorn Tftclflo . 2 < i ? <
U.S. 4s coupons . . .l.'SU do preforretl Kt
U.S.1'48 regular . .100 ? . 0. ie tt , W I ( My
II. a. < ! 4a coupons. llfl'Si domoferreil .
M3 US N.Y.lVntral. . ,
Central 1'neino. . . . iUljr. U.&K SI
Chicago. * : Alton. , .i"i .llocklslancl ! > 4 ?
Clilcn'o.lturllngton ( C.JI.&St.l CO'j
cVOulncv 1XM ( ) uoiireferr < l lUfl'i
T > . . U&W 143X St.raul&Omaha. . 314 !
lllinolaCentral. . . .114 I dopreferrpil 03
1. , 11. AV. . . U.Uon 1'aclllo
Ivansns A : Ti 11 \V..St. L. le 1-
J.nko Shore JUIJf do preferred
Michigan Central. . Western Union. .
illssoiniraciilc. . . . 07'i
MOSEY Easy , 2 > @ 3 per cent.
PHIMB MUIIOANTILB PAI-CII 45 . 1 } per
cent.
STEBMNO Eton ISOE Dull , steady sixty-
day bills , W.M5 ; demand ,
CnicAoo , July 23. 1:15 p. m. close Wheat
Cash , SlJ c ; Seutoiuber , 78c ; December ,
Corn Cash , 37o ; August ,
September , ilO' @ 3fl c.
Oats Cash , U'-JK" ! August , 22c ; Sept
ember , 23Jtf022Ke. !
1'ork Nominal ; cash , 811.12K ! August ,
$11.12Ki September , tll.7 > .
Lard Nominal ; rash , ifJ.20 ( ; August ,
$0.2iK ; September , $0.82 > .
Uyo 12 c.
Hurley No. 2 , September , OOJ < @ ( I7 ( ! .
Flax Seed Nominal ; No. 1 , 51 aa.
Prime Timothy Nominal ; $1. 48(31.50. (
Whisky $1.03.
Flour Firm , unchanged.
Dry Salt Meats Shoulders , S3.12J5.2.r ;
short clear , 55.75@5. ! > 7 > ; short nba sitcudy ;
Kggs-Dull ; fresh , 10@llc.
Cheese Quiet ; full cream cheddars ,
; fluts und Youug Americas , 7i
Hides Wealtcr.
Tallow Easy , unchanged.
Receipts. Shlpmcntn.
Flour . 10,000 13,1100
Wheat . 71,000 31,0(10 (
Corn . 279,000 132.00C
Oats . 143,000 140.000
Now York , July 23. Wheat Receipts ,
42,050 bushels ; exports , 25,9. > 0 ; spot modcr-
ntclVt active for export and milling , nnd
Vo higher , linn ; No. 2 red , SSQ
Sbjtfc in store , 89 @ 90c afloat , 90@flOjo
f. o. b. ; No. 1 wfiiftj , 99Iio ; ungraded
red , 7r @S2o ; options steady , hardening ;
closing K@ ' ° above yesterday , with nctlvu
business ; No. 2 red August closing
.
Corn Receipts , 122,100 bushels ; exports ,
03SOObusliolsspot ; moderatelyactlvo.atid % @
Kchlgher.'strongor ; No.2 , 43tf ( H3Xe > ele
vator ; 44 @ 44Xo afloat ; No. 2 white , 50c
bid ; nominal ; ungraded mixed , 43@
ii o ; steamer mixed nominal ; ontlons
active and stronger ; August closing at
WJs'o.
Oats Hecelpts , 29,000 bushels ; exports ,
220 ; spot firmer and fairly active ; options
llrmer and moderately active ; September
closing 2TJ/c ; spot , No. 2 white. 83H'o ; mixed
western , 2(5 ( 29o ; white , 33@39Ue ; No. 2 ,
Chicago , 2Sfe23Ko.
Coneo Options opened steady and 10@0
points down ; closed firm and 20@0 points
up , sales , 50,750 bags ; July , fU.or. ; August ,
* 1405ifM.-15 ( ; September , J14.20Q1 14.55 ; spot
lUo llrm ; fair cargoes ut $17,50.
Petroleum Steady ; United closed at
OOUc.
Eggs Easier ; wcstorn , ISrtJMc.
Porlc Quiet nnd steady.
Lard Eu&ior and qulot ; western steam.
fO.C2X < 3i.05 ( , closing nt ? ( J.(55. (
Huttor Steady and quiet , western dairy ,
1012K ° > creamery , 12 ( < J17c.
Clieese Moro active and steady ; western ,
Mvci-pool , July 23. Wheat Firm , de
mand poor ; holders offer sparingly ; No ,
lCalifornla , 7s 2Kd@"s " } f d ; red western
printr , 7s 8Wd@7s - ) > < d ; rod wcsiorn winter ,
Us O03 lltfd.
UsCorn Firm and demand fair ; new
mixed , 4s % d.
Ht. Louis , July 23. Wheat Hlcher ;
cn h , 70 o ; August , 75Jb'c ; ; September ,
Corn Higher ; cash , 3Wc ; September ,
33Uo ; May 31 0.
Oats Quiet ; cash , 22o bid ; September ,
1'ork Lower ; cash , $
Lard Steady , ttl.00.
Whljky Steady at f 1.03.
Uuttcr Unchanged.
Cincinnati , July 23. Wheat Quiet ;
No. 2 red. 60o.
Corn Stronger ; No. 2 mixed , 37) { .
Oats Firm ; No , 3 mixed , 20o.
Whisky Quiet ut Sl.OJ.
Knuuno Cliy , July 23. Wheat Steady
und strong ; No. 3 red , cash , ( Aa \
July , 00)4-0 ) bid ; August , Ctt fo ; No. 8 rod
cuth. 69o ; July , 53 > .Jo bid ; August. 5So ; No.
3 soft , cash , tiSKo ; July 07o bid ; August
.
Corn Quiet ; No. 3 , cash , 27KobldNo. ;
3 white cash , 29' ' c.
OuU Qulot ; July , 10o ; August 18o.
Milwaukee , July 23. Wheat Firm ;
cash , 60Kc ; September , 7 Xc.
Corn Dull ; No. 3 , UOVc.
Outs-Steady ; No. 3 white. 23@2SWc.
Uye-Firm ; No. 1 , 42 > < o uk
Hurley Easier ; September , Glc seller.
Provisions Easier ; pork , $11.10.
MlunonpolU , July 23. Wheat Sample
quiet ; receipt * , 1M car * ; hlpraeaU ,
71 cars. Closing : No. 1 hard , July , M.01K ;
on track , 11.03 ; No. 1 northern , July , Wo ;
August , 83o ; September , 80a ; December ,
Sic ; on track , WXnOTnj No , 2 northern ,
July , 83o ; on track ,
81'OOK.
ClilonKO , July 23. The Drovers' Journal
reports as follows :
Cattle Hecelpts , 0,800 ; market stenti.v ;
best grades strong ; beeves , $3.SO@4 85 ;
stockers and feeders , $ . ' OOOJ3.00 ; cow ,
bulls and mixed , * 1.S @ 3.SO.
lion's Hccclpts. 11,000 ; market strong nnd
5c higher ; mixed. M.2J@l.f > 5 ; heavy , ? .20@
4.50 ; light , fi.35@4.70.
Sheep Receipt" . 4,50 ; market steady ;
natives , t3.50fM.b5 ; wcbtern , ? 3.60@4.50 ;
Toxuns. $3.601.20.
Natlunnl dtosk VAr.l . Katt St ,
IJIIUIH , July 23. Cattle Hecelpts , 4,403 ;
shipments , 700 ; market steady ; choice
heavy native stctr > , J3.755J54.10 ; fair to good
heavy native steers , $2.SX ) < ft3.80 ; stackers
nnd feeders , | 2,003.00 ; ranefrs , corn-fed ,
? 2.5 ( ) ( 3.20 ; grass-foil. 1.80@275.
HogsHecelpts. . 2,700 ; ahiDmcnts. 400 ;
market higher ; choice- heavy und butchers'
selections. $4.no@4.-l5 ; packing , ? 4.254.40 ;
light grades , 51.40 ® t 80.
liiininn Cltv , July 23. Cnttlo Kccolpts ,
4,700 ; shipments , H.-IOO ; common to cholco
corn- fed steers , $2.75@4.10 ; feeding steers ,
JJ.OOg3.00 ( ; grass range steers , 1CO@2.CO.
Hogs Hecelpts , 4,400 ; shipments. 84 ;
market sliong , uellve nnd higher , closlnir
just a shudo weak : light , $ l.30 ( > $4.35 ; heavy
and mixed , &I0.7,14.25.
OMAII.V srouic.
Cattle.
Tuesday , July 23.
The market Is rnpldly assuming a boUor
condition on beef cuttle and thcro was a
stroiig tendency airnln to-day tu lulviuico
prices on desirable beef and shipping steers.
speculators nro taking hold more freely Hum
they have m some weeks nnd tbo gencrul
tone of the market Is much bettor than for
merly. Choice heavy cattle ruled strong , and
all others steady throughout the duy.
IlO P.
The hog market wavered slightly this
morning. However , prices ruled fairly steady
toward the eloso and u full rlcarnnce was
made. Light sorts sold nt ? t.2'i nnd the bulk
of the trades wore made at f4. li'4.20.
Sharp.
About 4SO head of Oregon mutton sheep
were offered and 2JI head sold to local
houses. The market is ste.idy.
llcueipt-4.
Catllo . 1,500
Hogs . 6r > 00
Sheep . 44U
Prevnlllii ! ; I'rloai
The fMlo.viirjh atiblj of prjjai p\U In
this in ir.cel for the gr.iloi of stojk men
tioned :
Prime steers , 13JO to 1GOJ Ibt , .S3 SI 0 < * 4 01
Good steers , 1250 to 14 Vj Ibs. . . 8.7(1 ( Ktil.bO
Good steers , II ) JO to 13JJ Ibi. . . 3.23 ( ot.i."i ) : (
Common cunners . 1.2 ( Ji2.00
Ordinary to fair cows . 1.73 ( IS2.23
Fair to good cows . 2.l : ) ) C'2.40
Good to cholco cows . 2.40 ( ii2.75
Cholco to fancy uows , heifers. . 2.70 ( ( hl.OO
Fair to coed bulls . 1.75 (3.2.25 (
Good to choiccbulls . 2.2' > ( 2..V )
Light stockora and feeders. . . . 2.70 ( < i-.U
Good feeders , 930 to HOJlbs. . 3.03 im.l.OU
Fair to choice liiht hoes . 4.15 ( gJ.30
Fair to cholco heavy ho s . 4.15 t(4.20
Fair to choice mixed ho s . 4.10 ( a4.17)s
Shornsheop . 3.00 @ 4.00
Ropresuntativu
STRIUiS ,
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
1 1010 * 3 00 41 110S ? . ' } 70
1 1140 3 25 82 1290 3 70
20 M4 3 ! t ( ) 1107 II 72JJ
CO ! ! S7 84 13.7. ) 3 75
122J a : n 84 1277 75
1077 3 35 03 C. f. W.133T : t 75
jear. . C07 3 35 17 .llbS 3 bO
S4t 3 40 74. . .1304 8 fcO
. 1200 3 40 sr. . .1197 3 S > 2K
3 50 07. . .1273 885
3 50 11. . 1353 3 S7
.13M 3 00 20. . ,13 : : i o
.1172 3 ( Ml flS. . .14115 3 90
.10-3 3 l > 3 .U'SO 8 90
.1192 : i r 5 18. . . . .1M1S 3 ! )0 )
.1233 Hi .1175 3 92X
.1151 40 .1504 400
cows.
1 1070 1 CO 2J. .1004 2 H5
2 K'JO 1 00 2 40
20. 94S 1 7 OM 2 fiO
19. 843 1 75 1 heifer. ( MO 3 00
3. .1020 I 73 2 O'HI 2 lit )
1. . 870 1 75 1 1150 2 50
5. . 711 1 75 1 HUO 2 50
14. .1107 1 7fi 2 10,15 2 r.o
10. . 9 8 1 90 10 U75 2 (50 (
S43 r , i2ii 2 65
22 030 2 10 i 1350 2.55
1 800 2 2T 1 K7J 3 00
1IUI.I.9.
.1190 1 00 1. .1700 2 00
1 2000 3 10 2 2040 325
CALVES.
5 250 2 13
> -uii > nus.
30 790 S 10
STAGS.
.1000 3 00
II003.
No. Av. Shit. Pr. No. Av. Shk. Pr.
25. . 2t 120 1 00 G0..2Sa 40 $4
33..28.J 4 OJ 55..2SO I'M 4
55..27,2 100 4 12 } <
.VJ. . . 212 12(1 ( 4 15
64..20510 4 15
5S. . . 240 120 4 15
Ut..2)7 : ) 80 4 15
01..305 4 15
03..273 120 4 15
70..333 SO 4 15
58. . . 209 60 4 15
01..200 200 4 15
58..ROO 80 4 15
00. . . 258 H 15
59..277 120 4 15
4(5.I44 ( ! 4 15
75..230 120 4 15
OS..215 120 4 15
G7..3UO 200 4 15 00. .205 SO
08..228 120 4 15 00. .255 bO 4 17 } .
74..250 40 4 15 02. . .105 40
131. .215 200 4 15 ' ' .2SO 120 4 20
00..2W 40 4 15 70' . .237 3W 4 20
71..239 bO 4 15 70. . .233 80 4 20
00. . .250 bO 4 15 01. . .250 4 20
01. . . ! ! (12 ( 120 4 15 70. . .2-J7 80 4 20
07..270 200 4 15 50. . .312 4 20
61..202 2-10 4 15 82. . .217 4 20
70..2BJ 120 4 15 00. . .215 40 4 20
OS . . .285 SO 4 15 08. . .227 40 4 20
02..303 100 4 15 49. . .283 12J 4 20
05. . .244 240 4 17 } . 72..241 fcO 4 20
69. . .1113 80 09..220 SO 4 20
60. . .211 bO 00..253 80 4 20
60. .231 120 4 57..238 SO 4 20
60. .313 120 63..237 40 4 20
53..333 34..218 4 20
07..253 75. . . bO 4 20
02. SU 03. . . 250 120 4 20
49. .255 2DO 4 75..233 60 4 20
09. .253 00..211 bO 4 20
O'J..240 120 4 44..215 80 4 25
50..270 100 4 81..193 4 25
45..803 - - 4 65..223 o * > * rO
silt : ii' .
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
112 Oregon 97 $3 60 112 Oregon 07 { 3 SO
112 Oregon i 5 3 60
IiVO StOCk NotCH.
C , F. Hanncman , of Ewlng , was in looking
after tlircu cars of cuttlo.
J. J. Wilson cnmo up from Cooke with a
car of cattle of tils own feeding.
Richard Lowlu , of Louisville , was hero to
day. Ho marketed a car of hogs ,
August Anderson , an overy-tluy dealer at
Oakland , brought In a car of liogs ,
J. U. Kepler , an cvery-any dealer at Dor
chester , was hero with a shipment.
HuBsoll Gates was In again to day with five
loads of the Gates Llvo Stock company's
cattlo.
Mlko Kyno , an ovory-dsy dealer at St.
Michaels , was hero with four cars of cattlo.
Henderson , la. , wa1 * represented by C. W.
Turner , who was hero with a cur of cattle.
Genoa was represented Dy Kd IJurlto , who
was on the market with two curs of cattle ,
Lincoln was represented by S. W. liurn-
1mm , who was hero with a car of cattle.
John Frytner , a Uruddyvlllo , In. , shipper ,
was over with a car each of cattle und hops.
J. U , liemls , of Musoa City , was at the
yards. Ho is nn route homo from a visit to
eastern points.
E. M , Yeaton , a regular shipper from Ly
ons , was in looKlup utter a car each of cattle
and hogs.
M. N. Conover represented Wuyne on the
market this morning. Ho ' 1IKJ three cart of
cattle hero. " ' '
Marlon Hnrt , \voll-knoVAdcnlor , at Ed
gar , wns nt the yards loottliltf after a cnr
oacn of hogs nnd cattlo. ' , ' } 'J
C. 0. Smith , n Bromlncp.l nnd well-known
dealer located at Mllforil , wa hero looking
after a shipment. , , ,
W. J. Hurjrer , nn oxtcngivo shipper from
Donlnhan , wns hero looklngaiftor Uvocars of
cattle nnd ono of hog .
OMAHA \VMOIjKMA i& MARKETS.
Produce , t < ruffe , Etc.
ntJTTEn Table dairy. jlKsbinc ; pnoVers'
stock , 8X@Oc. CrcntnpQ'T-l'rints , fancy ,
lu@10c ; cholco , ISQHcj jlId packed , 12(3 (
Eoos Strictly fresh , 810c.
CIIKPSG Voanp AmurlcaH , full cream , llo ;
fnctory twins , 0) ) c ; off grades , 0@7c ; Van
Hosscin Kdom , fll.tO per aoz : sup saeo , lOa ;
bride , llC $12c ; llmlnirger , SQlOc ; domes ! lo
Swiss He ; chccso sufos , bronze- modal , No.
6 , S3 ; .
I'oui.inv Llvo hens , per dozen , W.S55S
4.00 ; mixcil. $3.25@n.5Q ; uprlnp , $ J.OOffl2.7ft ;
turkeys , 7@So per lb ; ducks , f.MK3.50 ) ;
geese , $ .J.OOJ4.00 ( ; llvo pigeons. J1.50.
OitAXons San Gabriel , W.7" @ 4.JU ( : fancy
Dunrto Moditornmenn sweets , $4.23@4.50 ;
Uodl , 0.00
SOUTIIRIIN ] PRACIIE * } ( f bu. 75cQl for
choice , and ! l5r$40c ( for poor and common.
Ai'1'i.KS Per bbl. 7r c@2.00.
Cnr.iiitins Per 24 quart casi , $100 ; per 10
qunrt drawer , 31.00.
CAMFOHNIX PKACIIKS 20 lb boxes , $1.25@
1.75.
(5oosr.iiiniiiES : Per bu , stand , $3.00 ; 21
qunrt cnsu , $2 01) ) .
CuitliANTS Pcrcaso 24 quarts , $1.75Q2.00.
PLUMS ? i.riO@i.7s.
GA1T.S ! ! fl Cu ( < 4I.7S.
PiH40 : lb boxen. ? 2.r)0.
Ht'CKt.Kiicnuins fl.75.
\V.m : Mii.oxs : ? HJOU@2.5.00 per 100.
CANTKi.oi'i's Perdoz , fl W@2.00.
PlXi : Ai'i'LKS Per doz , $ J.U(3.50. ( ) (
BKNANAS According to sl.se , per bunch ,
? 2.IK ) ( < TU.t0. ;
COCOAS UTS Per 100 , $5.00.
Fucsit FISH Whlto llrh per ID. 7@8Kc :
trout , per lb , Uc ; whlto porch , per lb , 7c ; buf-
fnln , pur lb , To ; pickerel , per lb , Oc ; black
bass , per lb. lie.
Uiuxs Clioico hand picked navy , $1.75 !
cholco hand pluiied medium , $1.05 ; cholco
hand plclted country , SI. 00 ; clean country ,
Sl.2U@1.2o.
E.MII.Y VUOBTAIII.ES Potatoes , 3@tOo ( ) per
bu ; onions , California , per lb , 2o : southern ,
per bbl , 62.00 ; cabbiiiro , per crate , ? 1.25 ; tur
nips , per bu box. 50Cr5o ! ; boots , per \)3x \ ,
7flcV$1.00 ! ; wax ba.ins , per bu box , . SI. 50 ;
string bonus , pur bu oox , J1.2-V grecb pous ,
per bu box51.00 : tomatoes , per % bu bix ,
enullllower. SI. 50 ; ejrg plunt , 75o ;
Hqunsli , 2oc per doz ; cucumbers , 15o ; soup
bunches , 15c ; letttico , Ifm ; radishes , lee ;
green onions , 15r < ji20c ; uow carrots , 20c ; pjo
plant , per It ) , le.
Avi'LO Uurruii 5c.
CiDnu Ubls , ? T 00 ; hf bbls.e.1.03.
Mit'i.R SUOAU V2K@iric per ) b.
POTATOES Old , choice , sacked' per bu , 15
( S-'Oc.
VcAir Choice , medium size , 4 .ic : cholco
heavy , 80 : spring lambs , SJJ.OU@3J.OO per
dorcn.
Hover HfWl.Tc i > er lb for cholco.
PiiBaBitVEs .IJf@lOc per lb.
.Ici.t.iES 3J ( i4c iwr lb.
BKISWA.No. : . 1 , 10@10&
II KV ? J uO 5 50.
CHOP Fici-.l.0010.00. ( ,
lilux-efl.OO O 3Ti. .
TAI.LOW No. I. WcNo. \ . 2 , 2J @ 3c.
OIIUASI : A , % @ > c ; yellow , 2) ) c ; dark ,
2c.
2c.WOOL
WOOL Fine , average , 15@lOo ; choice , 18
@l'Jc.
Ali : it'M Average , 21@22c ; choice , 23@24c ;
l > roccrl ( > H.
PKOVIMOXS Hams , No. 1 , 10-lb average ,
llojf ; 20 to 22 Ibs , llu ; 12 to 14 Ibs. 12u ; No.
2 , OJ < c ; specials , 12Xc ; ahouldors , 7o : break
fast bacon. No. 1 , llij < 0i specials , 12' c ; pic
nic , 7-X , ' nnin sausage , JOk/c ; dried beef
hams , Uc : bref tongues. fO per dozen ; dry
salt meats , ti } 3:7c : per lb.
Siis\n ! ! llclo tia , 4@lJ c ; Frankfurt ,
7c ; tongue , Oc ; summer , 23c ; head cheese ,
PoitK Family , backs , ' per bbl , ? 12.25 ; y-
bbls , J0.50 ; mess , bbls , $11.88 ; K-bbls , & 5.25 ;
lii , : pork , bbls , $17.00bbls ; , S9.00.
PIGS FEIT : Pickled , kits , 75c : pickled pigs'
tongues , kits , $2.35 ; pickled tiipe , kits , Goc ;
Pickled H. C. tripe , kits , 85u ; spiced pigs'
hocks , kits , $1.15 ; boneless ham , Oc.
UEUP TOSQUES Salt , bbls , $20.00.
OILS Kerosene P W. 9 > e ; W W , 12c ;
headlight , 13c : salad oil , * 3.15@9.00 per
dozen.
I'ICKI.CS Medium , per bbl , $4.00 ; small ,
$5.50'ghorkius. ; S0.50 ; C & U chow-chow , ( jts ,
$5.0 J ; pts , $3.40.
WitAi'i'iso PAPER Straw , per lb , 1 % @
2 } c ; rug , 2c } ; manilla , U , Oc ; No. 1 , Sc.
SALT Dairy , 140 2-lb plcgs , $3.00 ; do , 100
3-lh pkgs , $2.5(1 ( ; do , 005-lb pkgs , $2.40 ; do , ,23
10lb"pkgs , $230 ; Ashton , bu bags , 50-lb , 8.Jc ;
do , 4 bu bugs , 224-lb3.40 : M S A , 60-lb bags ,
B3i * ; No. 1 line , per bbl , S1.25.
OANDV 9 > @ 12J4c per lb.
CHOCOLATE ASI > COCOA 21@30c per lb ;
Gcrmiin chickory , red , 8c.
GIXOEIE .Tnmnica , } f pints , $3.00 per dz. .
FAKiXACLOUd GOODS Uarley , 2 @ 3J o ;
farin ,4J c ; peas , 3o ; oatmeal , 2J5c ; mac
aroni , lie ; vermicelli , illc ; rico ,
sage and tivMoca , O O o.
PIPH Salt Dried codilsh ,
scaled herring , 28u per box ; hoi lierrlng'.Uom ,
50i : ; llumburg spiced herring , Sl.liO ; hoi. her-
rlnir , -@fl.10 ; mai'kerel , half bbls , No. 1 ,
S15.50 ; largo family , $13.50 per 10 ( ) Ibs ; white-
fish. No. 1. M.50 ; family. $3.00 ; trout , 55.00 ;
salmon , $8.60 ; iiuchovles , Sc.
Lvu $1.75(34.30. (
NUTS Almonds , 15J17c ( ; lira/ills , Oc ; fil
berts , 12o ; pecans , 12c ; walnuts , 12c ; 'iica-
nut cocks , Sc : roasted , lOc.
HAOS American A. soauilcss , 17c ; Union
Square paper , discount , ' 15 per cent.
COITKKS Grcon Fancy old golden Hio ,
22u ; fancy old pcaberr.v , 22c ; Hio , cholco to
fnncv. 21c ; Hio , prime , 20c ; Hio , good , 17 ;
Mocha , 29c ; Java , fancy Mandubling. 29c ;
Jiivn , good interior , 24c.
COITKKS Honstcd Arhucklo's Arlosa ,
22 < c ; McLaughlin's XXXX , 22 > c ; Geruiun ,
y ± ytcDilworth. \ . 22Tc } ( ; Alarouia , 22 > ic.
BAI.SOD \ lX$2J ( ; < c per lb.
STAIICII 5@7 ( ! per lb.
STOVI ! POI.IHH $2.00'J5.87 per gross.
SPICES Whole , per lb Allspice , 12o ; Cas
sia China , Ida ; cloves , Zanzibar , 20c ; nut
megs , No. 1. 75e ; pcpjicr , lOc.
SUOAHS Granulated , 0o : confectioners'
A , 9.5ic ( ; standard extra C. SJtfJi'Jjffc ; yellow
C , 8 c ; powdered , lOJ llo ; cut loaf , 10 > f
© lie ; cubes , lO QlOUJo ; cream extra C ,
Xc.
( | * i ; A , Gunpowder i , 20faWo ( ; Japan , 20i ( $
40c ; Y. Hyson , 2S@50o ; Oolong , 22@50c.
ViNKOAit Per gal. 13@20c.
GAXKKI > FIBII Hrook trou. , 8 lb , 52.40 ;
salmon trout , 2 lb , $2.85 ; clams , 1 lb , $1.25 ;
clams , S lb , f3.00 ; clam chowder , U lb , * 2.2o ;
devilled crabs , 1 lb , $2.2.5 ; devilled crabs , 2
lb , $3.50 ; codllsh bulls. U lb , $1.75 : caviar , X
It ) , $2.25 ; cols , 1 lb , $3.40 ; lobsters , 1 lb , $2.00 ;
lobsters , 1 lb , $1.00 ; lobsters , deviled , yt lb ,
$2.25 ; mackerel , 1 lb , $ ( .00 ; mackerel , mus
tard sauce , 3 lb , $3.10 ; muckorol , tomato
sauce. 3 lb , $3.10 ; oysters , 1 lb , OOo ; oysters ,
2 lb , $1.50 ; salmon , C. It. 1 lb , $2.10 ; salmon ,
C. H , 21b , $3.10 ; salmon , Alaska , 1 lb , $1.8.5 ;
salmon , Alaska , 2 Ib.&pp ; shrimps , 1 lb ,
$ M tlO ,
Ditien FntiiTS Currants ; 45o ; prunes ,
casks , 1,300 Ibs , 4J.f@4fo ; ' . prunes , bbls or
bugs. 4Jtv/4Jfo ; citron3 peels , prums , 20 Ibs.
2h > ; lemon peel , drums , 20 Ibs , IGu ; fard
dates , boxes , 12 Ibs , JPp ; apricots , cholco
evaporated , 2Mb boxdo , 13o : uprlcots , Jelly ,
cured , 25-lb boxes , 15o' ' ) ' uprlcots , fancy , Mt ,
Hamilton , ( Mbboxesllto ; apricots , cholco.
bags , 80 Ibs , 14c : apples , evaporated , Alden ,
50-lb boxes , 0gWo ; applet. Star Oc ; apples ,
fancy Aldou , 6-lb , 8 o5'upples , fancy Aldcn ,
2-lb , 8J o : blaokb-irrlos , 'evaporated , 50-lb
boxes , 5 > { @ 'iJio ' ; chernoa1 , ' pitted , dry cured ,
18c ; pears , California1-fancy. Jfs boxes , 25
Ibs. 20o : Peaches , Cal fancy , % s uop , boxes ,
25-lbs , 13u ; peaches , Cal No. 1 tuner , KB unp ,
bags , SO Ibs. 12Ko ; peaches , Cal , No. 2 fancy ,
KB uup , bags , bo Ibs ; poaches , Cal aundrled ,
KB unp , bags , bO Ibs ; peaches , fancy , ovup.
unp , 50-lb uoxcs , 12@18a ; peachee , Salt Luke ,
now , OU@7o ; nectarines , red , 18o ; nectarines ,
silver , bugs , 14o ; pitted plums , Cal , 25-lb
boxes , 12c ; raspberries , ovap , N , Y , , uow ,
25c ; prunes , Cal , H C , 00400 , boxes , 25 Ibs ,
80 ; prunes , Cul. UC , 00-70 , OKc ; oraugo pool ,
15o ; raisins , California Londons , crop 18SS ,
$2.40@2.00 ; ralbius , Californlu loose musca
tels , crop 1868 , $2.00 < ff2.00.
Dry Goods.
BATTB Standard , 80 ; Gem , lOo ; Heauty ,
12Ko ; Hoone , 14o ; U , cosed , $0.50.
ULANKETS White , fl.00@7.50 ; colored.
tl.10ffl8.00.
CAUIIIIICS Slater , 6o { Woods , fxjj Stand
ard , So ; Peacock , 6c.
CAHPIST WAHP lllbb white , 18 } c ; colored ,
COMFOUTKUS fO.CO@85.00.
COUBCT JEANS BosWQ , 7C { Androacog-
gin , 7 o ; KcarsarRO , 7 > { c ; Roekport ,
Concitoua , 0f o ,
COTTON FI.\NNBLS per cent trade din.
LL , unblcnchort , 5Wos CO. OJfo : SS , 7 fc ;
EE. 8Wo ; GU. O fc ; XX , lOrfc ; OO , llf c ;
NN , 12Kc ? AA , 14o ; DD.15KcTT , 10 , o ;
YY , ISc ; UH , 19c ; 20 bloaohed , 8 0 ; 00 ,
12Ho ; 80 , 13W05 CO brown nnd slnto , Oe ; 70 ,
12)o0' ) ; ) , Itfc.
Cfius Slovens' D , r > Wc ; Slovens' A , 7o ;
bleached , Sc ; Stevens' P , 7 o ; bleached ,
8Vc ; Stoxans' N , 8 } o ; bioachodi
ens' SUT , lltfc ,
DBNIMS Ainoskeagr , 9 oz , IflKo ; Everett ,
7 oz , lUc ; York , 7 oz , I3o ; Haymaker , 8J o ;
Jaffrcy XX , UJ < o ; Jaffroy XXX , 12i& ;
Heaver Crook A A , 12c : Ueavor Creek H ,
llo ; Ueavor Creek CC , lOo.
DUCK West Point. 29 in. 8 oz. OXo ; West
Point , 29 In , 10 oz , 12Jfc ; West Point. 29 In ,
12 oz , IBJfc ; West Point , 40 in , 11 oz , lOc ,
FLANNELS Plaid Itaftnracn , 20o ; Clear
Lake , Ufl' ' o ; Iron Mountain , 20-fc.
FLANs'r.i.8 Whlto-O H No. 2. } t , 22 0 !
O H No. 1 , ? f,3 ? ' < o : G H No. 2 , J { . 22Yo ! ;
G II No. 1 , f , SOc : Quechco No. 3 , 80c.
FLANNELS Whlto Quechoo No. D , J ,
' : Qiiochco No. 382Ko ! Aiinwan ,
12kc ; bomcrsot , Me.
FLIXNF.LS Ucd-C , 24-lnoh. 15Wp ; R 24-
Inch , 2lKc ; G G. 24-Inch , 20c ; II A F , Jf ,
25c ; J UP ! J27o ; G , * ( , 25c.
KRNTOCKV JEANS Hercuios , 18o ; L.catn.
Ink-ton , 22l < a ; Ulonwood , 20c ; Melville. 2 , > e ;
Bang-up , 27c.
MISCBI.LANKOUS Tnbln oil cloth , $2.50 ;
table oil cloth , marble , SJ.5D ; plain Holland ,
OU'c ; dado Holland , 1
I'HIXTS Dress Charter Oak , SJi'c ; Unin.
npo , 4c ; Lodl , SVc ; Allen , Co ; Richmond , Oo ;
Windsor , 0 > o ; Eddystono , OWc ; Pacific , O c.
PHISTS Pink nud Uobes Richmond , Oj c ,
Allen , Oa : lllvorpolnt , 5) ) o ; Stool Hlvor ,
OKc ; Richmond , OJ o ; Pncitlc , OJ o.
PIIIXTS Indigo blueSt.Leagur.r Kl3S'W 'sh
IngUiu. OJ o ; American , OJ o ; Arnold , OJ c ;
Arnold Century , Oc ; Windsor Gold Tk't ' ,
lOKc ; Arnolil II , Iflifc ; Arnold A , 12c ; Ar
nold Gold Seal. lC/o ; Yellow Seal , lOJ o ;
Amnnnn , 12c. Prints , solid color , Atlnntlatlc ;
Slater , Oc : Hnrllu oil , OKc ; Gnrnor oil , 0M7a ( ;
GtxoiiAM Plunitott oaecks , f > 1ioWhit \ -
teuton , OVo : York , 7KU ! Nonnundl dross ,
7J c ; Calcutta dress , 7Hc : Whittcn ton dress ,
7Jic ( ; Henfrew dress , Sx@12 > fc.
SiiniTiNn , CiicoKb Cnlcaonla X , OJ/c ;
Caledonia XX , lOXc ; Economy , Oo ; Otis. Oc ;
Granite. Hfo ; Crawford checks , 8c ; Haw
Hlvor plaids , 5 > e.
SnncTixo , liuowN Atlantic A , 4-4 , 7J/0 ;
Atlnntlo H. 4-4 , 7c ; Atlantic D , 4 4. OX ° ! At-
liiutli ) 1 * . 4-1 , Oo ; Aurora LL , 4-4. Oo ; Aurora
C , 4-4 , 4J u ; Crown XXX. 4-4 , 0 fo ; Hooslcr
LL. 4-J , njfc ; Indian Huud , 4-J , 7c ; Law-
20c ; Pepporell. 10-1 , 22c ; Ittica C , 4-4 ,
Wnchusctts , 4-4 , 7o ; Aurora H , 4-4 , 7c ; Au-
rorn H , 4-4 , C } c.
SnucTiNo , BLCACIIEP Ellorton , 7 > c ;
Housekeeper , 8 > c ; Now Cnndidato , 8Jo ;
Berkeley cambric. No. 00 , Oo ; You Bet , 4-4 ,
O c ; butter cloth , OO , 4Jfc ; Cabot , 7Jfe ;
Fnrwell , Imlf bleached , S$4 ° ] Fruit of Loom ,
8J c ; Grceiio G , Co ; Ho | > o , 7Kc ; K nff Will-
lip cambric , lOo ; Lonsdalo cambric , lOa ;
Lonsdalo , b } ; Now York mills , lOo ; Pep-
percll , 42 In , 10c ; Pnppnroll. 40 In , llu ; Pep-
percll , 0-4 , 14Kc ; Pcppcrcll , 8-4. 20c ; Pcp-
percll , 0-4 , 22o ; Pepperell. 10-4 , 34c ; Canton ,
4-4 , 8'/o ; Canton , 4-4 , V c\ \ Triumph , Cc ;
Wamsutto , lie ; Valley , 5c.
TICKS Oakland , A. 7 c ; International Y
Y , be ; Shotucltct , S , SJ o ; Warren , No. 870 ,
lOc ; Berwick. HA. Ibo ; Acme , 13j ; York ,
80 in , 12 o ; York , 32 in , 13J o ; Swift Uivor ,
8c ; ThorndilcoOO. 8XcThorndiko ; EF. 8Ko ;
Thorndlko 120. O' o ; . Thorndiko XX , 15c ;
Cordls No. 5 , 0 } o ; Cordls No. 4 ,
I.cnf Tobacco.
SUMATRA Medium to dark , per lb , $ l.CO@
1.80 ; lieht , per lb. $1.75(2200. (
HAVANA Kemedios , $1.00(31.15 ( ! ; Vuelto
nbajos , $1.15 1.25.
Sr.p.n WiiAi'i'Bits Wisconsin , 20@)0c ) ;
Pennsylvania. C0@50c ; Houaatonlc , 35 ( < 3.5c.
s Wisconsin , 12@10c ; Connecticut ,
FILI.FUS Havana seed. 8@12 < s : Yara , 14f3l
Iflc ; Pennsylvania , IflfffllSc ; Little Dutch ,
15@20c ; Key West , 20@25c.
und Chcmlcalo.
Acin Sulphuric , per carboy , ' 2 0 ; citric.
per lb. , file ; oxalic , per lb. , 14c ; tartartci
powdered , perlb. , 43c ; carbolic , as@45c.
AMJM Per lb. , 2Ko.
AMMONIA Curb , perlb. , llj c.
Aisitowuoor Per lb. , lOa.
BALSAM Copaiba , per lb. , 05c ; tolu , 52@
55o.
55o.UOUAX
UOUAX Refined , per lb. ,
CIIEAM TAUTAH Pur , per lb. , SOc.
E\.THACT LOGWOOD Bulk , per lb. , 12 c.
EIIOOT 15c.
GLVCEUINB 21K s-
GUM AIIAIIIC 50 050.
LYCOPODIUM 14c.
GLYCBIUNE Bulk , nor lb. , 2lJ c.
GUM Assafoctida , per lb. , 14c ; camphor ,
per lb. , 37c ; opium , per lb. , $3.35.
JoniNR Ucsubllmatcd , per oz. , $3.0.5.
LEWES Buchu , short , per 1L , I3o ; senna ,
Alex. , per lb , 25@3Sc.
Muiii'HiA Sulph , per oz , $2.80.
MKKOUKY 74c.
POTJ sit Bromide , per lb , 37c ; iodine , per
lb. .85.
QUINIA Suluh , per lb , 2S@4Gc.
SKEDS Canary , per Hi , 4 0.
SOAM Castile , mottled , per lb , S@10c ;
castllo , white , par lb , 13@l5c.
Si'iuiTS NiTiiu Sweetrper ft , SOc.
STKICHNIA Crystals , $1.00@1.15.
SULPH , CINCHONA Per oz. 0 ( l3c.
TAPIOCA Per 11 > , ( ! c.
Toxo * . BBANS 51.75.
OILS Borcamot , $2.45 ; Wlntcrgrcon ,
$2.15 ; Malaga , 05c ; linseed , raw , 02c ; boiled ,
WHITE LOAD $0.50.
CALOMEL Am. , per lb , SOc.
CASTOH OIL $1.22.
Cuniiu Biiitiiirs ? 1.50.
CANTHAIIIDKS 75c@$1.05.
CASSIA BUDS Per lb. 17c.
Ciii.onoi'ouM I'er lb , 3Gc.
Coiinobivis SuiiLniATH Per Tt , 75o.
Meluls.
BLOCK TIN Eng. ref'g , small pig , 28c ;
bar. 20c.
Coi'i'Eii Planished bolter sizes , SOc ; cold
rolled , 2io ( ; sheathing , 25u ; pitts , 20c ; Hats ,
SOc.
SOc.GALVANIZED
GALVANIZED SHEET IKON Junlata , dis
count , 00 per cent.
PATENT PLANISHED IIION No. 24 to 27 , A
quality , per lb , lO c ; No. 24 to 27 , B qual
ity , 9) c. For less than bundle add } c
per lb.
SHEET InoN No. 20 , $3.40 ; No. 27 , $3.55.
SOLDEK Hoyt Metal Co.'s half rand-half ,
In 1-lb cases , per lb , lOc ; commercial half-
and-half , 15o ; No. 1 , In bars , 14c.
TIN PLITH ( Best Charcoal ) 1C , 10x14 ,
225 sheets , $ (1.50 ( ; IX , 10x14. 225 shoots , $8.25 ;
1C. 12x12 , 225 sheets , $0.50 ; IX , 12x12 , 225
sheets , JS.25 ; 1C , 14x20. 113 sheets , $0.50 ; IX.
14x80 , 112 Hheets. $ S.25 ; 1XX , 14x20 , 112
sheets , 10.00 ; IXXX , 14x20 , 112 shoots
$11.75 ; 1C , 2x23 , 112 sheets. $13.50 ; 2x28 ,
112 sheets , $17.00 ; IXX , 2x23 , 112 sheets
120.50.
COKE-IC , 10x14 , 225 sheets , $0.00 ; 1C ,
14x20 , 112 sheets , $0 00 ; 1C , 10x20 , 225 sheets ,
$9.50.
ROOFINO ( Best Chnrcoal-20x2S ) , $9.75 ®
STEEL NAILS Base , $2.15 ; steel wire nails ,
base , $2.00.
and Building.
Material , f. o. b. Omaha.
STOCK Bi/Aiius A 12 Inch , s. 1 s 14 nnd 10
feet , $11 ! . 00 ; B 12 Incn , s. 1 s. 12 , 14 and 1C
foot , $41.00 ; C 12 inch , B. 1 s. 12 , 14 and 10
feet , $31.00 ; D 12 inch , s. 1 s. 12 , 14 and 16
feet , $23.00 ; No. 1 Com. 12 in. s. 1 B. 12 loot ,
$18,00 ; No. 1 Com. 12 In. s. 1 s. 14 and 10 feet.
$17.50@18.50 ; No. 1 Com. J2 in. s. 1 B. 10. 18
and 20 feet , $10.50 ; No. 2 Com. 12 In. B. 1 s
14 and 10 foot , $10.50 ,
CHILINO AND PAHTITION 1st Com , J In.
white pine partition , $32.00 ; 2nd Com. & In.
whlto Pine partition , $27,00 ; clear % In , yel
low pine ceiling , $20.00 ; clear in. Norway ,
$14.50 ; 2nd Com. K In. Norway , $13.00.
UOAIIPS No. 1 Com. s. 1. s. 12 , 14 and 10
ft , $10.00 ; No. 2 Com. B. 1 B. 12 , 14 und 10 ft. ,
$10.50 ; No. 3 Coin. t. 1 B. 12 , 14 nnd 10 ft.
$14.50 ; No. 4 Com. s. 1 B. 12. 14 and 10 ft ,
( shlp'g cull ) , 111.00. Add CO cents per M. U.
for rough.
UATTE.VS , WELL TUIIINO , PICKETS O. G.
Butts , gi lncii , ( Xo ) ; O , G. Uatts , x3 , SIS ,
85c ; 3-ln , well tubing , U , & M. and bov. ,
$22.00 ; pickets , D. & II. , fiat , $20.00 ; pickets
D.&H , square , $10.00.
DIMENSIONS AND TIMIJBII.
12 ft. 14 ft. 10 ft. 18 ft. 20ft. 22 ft. 24 ft.
2x4. . . . 16.00 15.00 15.00 1000 10.00 18.00 19.00
2x0. . , . 15.00 15.00 1500 10.00 10.00 18.00 10.00
2x8. . . .15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 18.00 10.00
2x10. . .16.00 15(0 15.00 10.00 10.00 18.00 10.00
2x12. . .15 00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 18.00 19.00
4x4-8x810.00 10.00 10.00 17.00 17.00 18.00 10.00
FENCINO.
No. 1 , 4 & 0 Inch , 12 & 14 ft , rough , 16 00 ® 10 50
Fo , 1 , " " 16 ' < 17.00 17.60
No. 2 , " 12 & 1 ' 18.50 ( > 14.00
No. 2 , " " 10 " 15.00 10.00
FINISHING Island 2d clear , 1'flnch , 2 B ,
4U.OO@51.00i IBI and 2d clear , \\i \ and Z inch.
3 ,47.XX ( < i50008aoloftr ; , IJf Inch , a 3 s ,
$4.U)0 ) < * 4 < Ut < ) )8d ) clear , IJtf nnd 8 Inch , 8 2 ,
mt ( $40.K ( ) ; B select , UA IK nnd 3 Inch , H
2 B , nr.tMfi 33.00 ; lt mid ' M oicnr , 1 Inch , 8 9
f > , $45.00 ; 3d clear , 1 Inch , B 3 s , $30.00 ; A no-
lect , 1 Inch , s 3 s , $33.00 : B select. 1 Inch , A 3
s , $30.00.
FI.OOUINO 1st com 0 Inch whlto plno.
$34.00 ; 2d com 0 Inch whlto pine. $31.00 : fkl
com 0 Inch whlto olno , $2 < lOl ( ; com 0 inch
whlto pine , $20.00 ; com 4 nnd 0 inch yoliow
pino. $15 00 : Star 4 Inch yellow pine , $17.00 ;
1st nnd 2d clear yellow plno , 4 nnd 0 Inch ,
$19.00.
POPLAR LUMIIIJU Clear Poplar box bds , Jtf
In s 3 s , $ .1500 ; clear poplar K . In pnnol.
$ JW > ,00 ; clear poplar * f n panel , $25.00 ; clear
iraplnr in panel clock wide , . 8 2 s , $28.00 ,
clear poplar corrugated celling , J < , $30.00.
POSTS Whlto cedar , 0 Inoh halves , I3a ;
whlto cedar , ! > ) { Inch halves and 8 Inch q'rs ,
lie ; whlto cedar 4 Inch round. lOc ; Tomius-
sco rod cedar , splltT lOo ; split oak ( whlto ) ,
8c ; sawed oak , ISe.
SIIISOI.K ? , LATH , per M. XX clear , $3.20 ;
extra * A , $2.80 ; standard A , $2.00 ; r. inch ,
clear. $1,00 1.70 : n Inch , cleur , $ l.75@1.80 :
No. 1 , Sl.HKgl.l.v clear red cedar , nnxcd
widths , from Washtneton territory , $ .1.40 ;
California red wood , dimension widths , $1.50 ;
cypress , clear heart , dimension widths , $3.S5 ;
lath , $2.40.
SIMP LAP No. 1 plain , Sand 18 lnch$17.K ) ;
No. 2 , plain , 8 nnd 10 inch , $15.50 ; No. 1 , O.
G , , $18.00 ,
SiDivn 1st Com. , and 10 foot , $23.00 ; 2nd
com , , nnd 10 feat , $10.00 ; 3d com und 10 feet ,
$15.00 ; fence , com. , and 111 foot. $ IUX ! ) .
LIME , imj. Quuicy whlto llmo ( best ) , SOo ;
English nud German Portland cement , $3.45 ;
Milwaukee and Louisville , $1.30 ; Michigan
plaster , $3.25 : Fort Dodge plaster , $3.10 ; Hluo
Ranld plaster. 81.00 ; hair , 20o ; sash , CO per
ct dls ; doors , blinds , mouldings , 50 per ct dls ;
tarred felt , per cwt , $1.00 ; straw board , $1.50.
SHROEDER & DEAN ,
GRAIN
,
Previsions § Stocks
Basement First National Bank ,
C > OS houlliiUlli Slruut , Omaha
WANTED
_ Jsttcd by
Cities , Counties , School DhtricU , 'A'atcr Com-
panleo , &c. We nre In the market for the
purchase of round ninoiintsofKiicli Iwiuls.
Correspondence cotlcltetl ,
N. W , HARRIS & COMPANY , Bankers ,
115-117 Monroe Street , CHICAGO.
CO Dovonahlm Street , BOS1ON ,
JOSEPH GILLOTTS
STEEL PENS
COLD MEDAL PARIS EXPOSITION 181 $ .
Nos. 3O3-4O4-I7O-6O4.
THE MOST PEEPECT OP PENS
Boots and Shoos.
KlIiKEKDALt , JOXES .t CO. ,
Sucooiiori to nceit , Jonri & Co.
Wholesale Manufacturers of Biots & Slices
Agenti for Ilonton Hublior Shoo Co. , 1102. 1101 and 1106
llnrnoy btrvot , omalm , Nubr.iskn.
Browors.
STOUZ & 1LER ,
Lapr Beer Brewers ,
JWl North KlKhteontU ilroat , Omnba , Neb.
_ _ Comce. _ _
EAGLE COHNK1E WORKS ,
MannfFctnrers ofGalyanizeil Iron Cornice
Wluilow-cnpa tint ! mptullc kyllgit' ) . John ICpenctvr ,
proprietor , lift nud llu Souih ictu MrceU
P a p or Box OB .
_ _
"JOHN i . WILKIE ,
Proprietor Omalia Paper Box Factory ,
No . 1317 and 1319 Doiigla * itrect , Oninhil , Nob.
_ _ _ _ _ _
M. A. JJ/SBHOir A CO. ,
WhoU-inlii manur clurcr > of
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
Branch OIHco , 12th and Iinrd ttrcota , Oninh-x. Net ) .
MANVFACTUKIKQ CO. ,
Manufacturers of Sain , Djors , Blinds ,
ilouldlniu , stnlr-trork n 1 Interior until wood Uulsu.
U&-9 North Iblli ( trctt , Omntia , Neb.
JStoarn FlttUigs " , Pu mps , Eto. _
STKAKO A OLA nK"STEA.M II EAT I KQ GO. ,
Pumps , Pines and Engines ,
BUam , wntcr , rnlhrnjr nnd mining "lipplliJ , etc.
02U , 'Jit nnd tr.'i Karnuui stre.-t , Omalin.
U. 8. 1V1ND ESGINE PUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplies ,
Unlit3 r i < ln'l mllli. 13 nnd KO Jcnos at. , Oinaha.
O. F , HOIB , Acting Jlnn ger.
13ROWNELL & CO. ,
Engines , Boilers a'ii General Mgcuinery ,
BUcct-lron wuri , steam pumpi , saw mills. J2U-12U
Leurcnwertb itrcot , Umalm.
Iron Works.
PAXTON A VIEHLINQ IRON WORKS ,
Wrought aafl Gait Iron Building Won
KnKlnei , bi s nork , general foundry , machlno anil
blackimltb work. Olllconnd worki , U. 1' . K.J.
and 17tb itroet , Omaha.
OMAHA WIRE & IRON WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire andiron Railing
Dc'i'i talli , window guard * , flower ( taniln , wlro lUni ,
etc. 12J Nutth RHi street , Urouha.
OMAHA. SAFE & IRON WORKS ,
Manf'rs ' of Fire and Burglar Iroof Safes ,
Yaulti , JMI work. Iron fhutUri and tire t-icapei.
0 , Andrecn , prop'r. Corner lull and Jackion in.
SO TTTH OMAHA.
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. ,
Of South Omaha , Limited.
; TIIK -
CHICAGO SHORT LIKE
OP TUB
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y ' ,
Tbo Itcst Route from Omuba nnd Council
DlufTri to
ZIZTHE EAST =
TWO TUAIK8 DAILY BETWKKN OMAHA
AND COUNCIL. UtUFFB
Cblcapo , AND MHwaiiUee ,
Ht. Paul , Minneapolis , Cedar Ilaplds ,
llock lalantl , Freeporl , Itockford ,
Clinton , Dnljnquo , Daren port ,
Elgin , Madlsun , Jancsyllle ,
llclcli , Wlnonn , La Crosse ,
And all other Important polnti lait , Nortb t and
buutUtait.
Tor through ticket * tall on the lleket mif nt at 1M1
Farnaru itrect , lu JJarkor lilcck , or at Uiiloa 1'aclflo
Depot.
rullratn Hleepen and the tlntit Dlnlnii Can lo tht
world are runun tlm ma'u ' line ol the Chicago , Mil *
naukooi Bu l' ul JlalUBjr. and erorr attention li
paid to iiaucngort ty courteout eiuplo ; * * ut ( ha
cuDipanr 11. Jlll.I.Klt.aonernl , Vonacer.
j , r' . TIJCKCIi. Ai.l.Uiui ; i" r l Manager.
A. V , II. CAUI'E.Vmt , Ueueial I'nu.ntor and
Tlrkct Aurnt.
G1.U. K. UlCAFhOUD. Aillltant G o ral l'anung r
an I Tirkot Ageot.
T. J. Cl UK. utneral finperlutindcnt.
br return mail full duicrlptlva clr
FREE culur of MOODY'8 Now Tay
lor System of Oroas Gutting
Any lady of ordinary Intalllgence cun easily
andqulclcly learn to cut and make any Karmont
in any style , to any measure for lady or child.
OttriuenUKUarunfotil to nt perfect without try *
( nyod. Address , MOODY & . CO. . Cincin
nati. Ohio.
AgrqiiltiirKMniplonionta.
Dealorin Agrlcnllnral Implements ! Wagonr
. Jonto Htccl.
IMh. oranlm , Xcbrmkn.
fi MK1CALV CO. ,
Aarlcniri numerals , WOEOIIS , carriagei
lluggla < , ctc.holcnlc. . Omi > h .Xcbr V .
PARL1X , OKKlfDOMf .t MARTIN CO. , .
Wliolmnlo Dc lcn In
Agricilt'l ; ' Implements , fens S En
( il. tul , SJJ nJ OT JcaCl Itrct't , Omitlin.
MOL1NE , MlMIUnNA STOnUAlOJ CO. *
itannfneluroM nnil Job' ors In
Wagons , Buggies Rate ] , Plows , Etc ,
Cor. Vih ami 1'nrlHo itrveti , Ornnlin.
Artists' Mntorlnla-
A. IWbPE , Jr. ,
Arlisls1 Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1513 Iloiiglnntrcct , Onuhn , Ncbrnikn.
Boots encl Shoos.
ir. r. MORSK * co. ,
Jokers of Boots and Slices ,
1101 , liai , IHVJ Ioucli Uri-ct , Omnhit. Mniuifnctorr , .
buiiinier trc'ct , I'uston.
Coal , Coke onel Llmo.
OMAHA COAL , COKE , t LIME CO. ,
Jobtes ; of Hard ani S3fl Coal ,
9 > J Soutli IStli flr.ot , OtuaUn , Nobrnaka.
KEUUASICA FUEL CO. ,
Sliiprers of Cial ar.fl Cok'c ,
811 ijontli l.U'.i at. . Oinnlin. Nob.
LUMBER. ETC ,
JOIfiY l. WAKEFIULD ,
Wliolcsale Lumber , Etc ,
Impnrlcil nml American I'arllmvl cement. Sttt * >
ntiuiit for llliwnut.i-0 h\ilrnu le coiucnt nuU
( j ln f nlilluliine.
C1IAS R. LEE ,
Wood carpels nml rinriuet | itoiirin ; ; . ttli MUl louRlt
's , Omnhn , lb.
LUMIIEII co. ,
& 11 Kinds of Building Material at Wliolcsate
Utli street nml Union 1'nflflu Irnck , Omatin.
LOUIS RRAMORD ,
Daler : in Lnmber , Lain , Lime , Sasb ,
Doors , lUc. V -'nrucr 7th nml Poaiilut. Offlcf
Corner IL'tli nnd Uouulai.
FRED. W. OR AY ,
LumbG1 Lime Cement Etc Etc
, , , , , ,
Cuiacr Dtti a'ld Uauulas sts , Oiualia.
C. N. D1ETZ ,
Dealer in All Kinds of Llimber ,
13lb anil California ttrect , Onmhu , Nebraska.
Notions.
T. OltERFELDER A CO. ,
IiiiDortoFs & Jobbers in Milisry & Mim
Mi , 8111 ami 818 Poulli lltU itrcd.
Notions.
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. ,
Mosaic Notions and FiiMisbing Goods ,
lnrnor Street , Omaha.
Commission and Storage.
RWDELL A RWDELLt
Stone ani Omission Mercliants ,
Si-eclnltlcs Uutlfr. cum , cliccao. poullrr ,
llllllounrd slrcot , Omahi , Nel > .
Dry Goods and Notions.
M. V. SMITH & CO. ,
Dry Goods , Furnisbing Goods and Notions
1102 mid 1101 Douglas , cor , llth itrect , Oiruilm.Nob.
KILPATlUok-KOCH DRYQOODS CO. ,
Importers & Jobbers in Dry Goods , Notions
UcDt'i furnUhlnz cooJs. Corner llth and Llarnor
otiuvts , Oiimlin , Nubraska.
J1EL1R , THOMPSON A CO. ,
Importers and Job'jors of
Wcoleus and Tailors' ' T'-'mmi '
317 gpiitli Uth struct.
DEtt'EY
Wholesale Dealers in Fiirnitnre ,
Farunrn atroot , Omnlm , Ncbruika.
CHARLES SUIVERWK ,
Fiirnitnre ,
Omalin , Uotirjskn.
Crocorloa-
PAXTON , GALLAGHER ft CO. ,
Wiiolosale Groceries and Proyisions ,
705,707. 7(0 ( find 711 Soutli IQUi at. , Oinalja , Nob.
'
UcCORD , RRADY A COM
WliolcwlG Grocers ,
18th and Loa\ onrortli atreetn. Oiualm , Kebrnika ,
Hard wa ro.
W. J. VROA'l'OH ,
toy HMware , Iron and Steel ,
Sprlnm , waxen stock , linrdwiirn , lumber , etc. 1201
. _ and nilllarney urtet , Omalia.
W. J.
Heavy Hardware , Iron anil Steel ,
oto-
r' -
LEE , CLARKE , ANDREESEff HARlt-
WARE COMPANY.
Wholesa'e Hardware , Cntlery , Tin Plale ,
Uotuli. ilioct Iron , etc , AKCiiti for HOKO sculci ,
illauil powder and Lyiiinn barbed vlro.
IIIMEUAUUH & TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Snoij
Mocbaulc * ' tool and Murrain scalci. 1405 UOUIM
etrcct , Oiualia , Nob.
ToyajJEto.
H. HARDY & CO. ,
Jobber ) of
Toys , Dolls , Albums , Fancy Goods ,
IIoui * furnUtilng t'ooJi , clillilron'a rarrlaKti , IXt
Kurnuro itroet , OmahaNeb.
Oils.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refine ! and LnMcaling Oils ,
AzU greut , etc. . Omaha. A. U. llltliop , MantgDf ,
CARPENTER PAPER CO , ,
Wholesale Paper Dsilers ,
C rrr nlc ttcckof prlutlnj , wripplnif tnd
Carrjr n nice utoclciif iirlnllriv , vtrnppInK and wntlutf
paper , Hpecla ) auvntlon tlveu tu card paper.
SUJ ( , UOlllul fnntion I Pornom dllll IKfh 10 elf ,
1'nitl In Capital $500,000
OI'l'lCHIlHs
OKO. K. IIAUKKH , 1'ienldont.
K. U llllvltUOWKIt. Vlui ITctldent.
V , II. .lOIINKDN. ( 'unlilor.
w , a. ui'.L'rOli , AtiuUtant Cusuier.
UIHKOTOHH :
ClKO. n. IUnKi-.il , J.H.I
K. ' J < . lliKiuiowiii , CHAD , lli.iz ,
K. li. JOH.MJON , J. N. CoiiNisir ,
ll. 1) ) . WlLMAUM , J. U Mn.ud ,
B. H. Jonr-ho.v. H. W. Cnov.
AI.I.BNT , ItKO-roit , WM. Hiuvitii ,
K. A. IlKNHON , OUBTAV ANHKHSOX ,
UKO. 1'AITKIIHON , 1) . C'UNNINdllAM ,
Acc'uuntB of bunkere. nun chtnU and
unls received ou tuo aunt fftvctHble tenus.