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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , MARCH 25 , 3890.
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
Many Outoldo-Influoncoa prevail
in the Wheat Pit.
CORN SHOWS UP FAIRLY STRONG.
Trading In Onu Alnlnly In n I'ro-
rcsslonnlXnjr.tIorc Foroo
tlicnvn In the Provision
TratU Cnttlo and
CHICAOO PllOUUOB MAHXBTS.
Cmc ao , March 21. jSpecIal Toloeram to
THE HEE. ] Thcro were n good many out-
nldo Influences in the wheat market today .
They wcro pretty well balanced nnd tho'
market was largely In the hands of local
operator * . The small speculative trade
( 'rncrally sold edt pretty well Into Saturday
nnd came In as buyers this morning on early
null news. There was a break of half a cent
on the visible supply figures , and still later n
ecaro among the shorts on fresh buying In
.fuly put prices to the top figure * again before -
fore 1 o'clock. The flrst now of the day
xvas the Illinois report , which claimed as
high ns 25 per cent damages In a few
counties , with slight damage in others.
The news lost most of Its force for a tlmo
because It was not accepted ns n trutnful
statement , but later in the day this news be
came the , strongest bull influence. Action
in May was opened nt 80J c , sold ut 81e , off
to SO o nnd up to 81'tfe. July opined nt
77Uc , sold nt 78 > < c. off to 78Yc ,
nnd then up to TO&e , or more than Ic
over the closu Saturday , whllo May at Its
top price wiis but Jg'c over the close Saturday.
The buying In July from 77J c up to 79o was
led by Hptchlnson , Baldwin nnd Farnum ,
Logan , t Co. and Poole & Slier-
mun. 'iho short * hastened to protect
their trades nnd for a tlmo the
market was broad und strong. At 1 o'clock
Muy was held steady at Sic. Receipts at the
northwest were pretty frco and export
clearances moderate. There were no now
developments in wheat at the close und lust
prices were slightly under the best llguros ,
with the murlcot llrm. The closing prices
\verc : March , 80 > < fo ; May , 8tcj June , Sic ;
July , 77 ; < @ 7'Jc.
Considering thu largo receipts of corn , the
largo estimate for tomorrow and the lareo
increase In thu visible supply , thu market
for thu cereal was fairly Hlrong. The visi-
Dlo supply increased 1,420,000 busbolu.
Thcso things had been largely dis
counted nnd the market weakened a trille.
Huvlng by Hutchlnson and Swnrtz & Dupoo
fully balanced the bearish figures and May
opened at 'Mc , sold at 29J c and closed at
2W. Other closing llgures were : March ,
28 > < c ; April , 28 fc ; June , 30 @ 30 c ; July.
iil ( < t > 'M } ci August , 31c ; September , 32K ®
Tbats were quiet nnd steadier , with trading
mainly in a professional way. Car lots In
Btoro were 'luiet at 21J o for No. 2. No. 2
white for May was quiet ut 23K@23c.
Thcro was moro force to the provision
trudo today. Pork was neglected largely
nnd thu activity nnd strength was in lard and
rtbi. Parties who sold lurd last
week bought it back again today.
llutchlnson , Raymond und others bought
July lurd freely and the prlco wont up to
tO.UO and closed nt that figure. May lard
went up 5c to $0 22. Ribs were fie higher for
May nnd July with lOc difference : ln future ,
May pork was ut ? 10.42 } < ? early nnd $10.50 at
Iho closn. Now York reported Hutuhlnson
lulling lard there through grain houses.
CHICAGO STOOK.
CHICAOO , March 21. [ Special Telegram to
THE Hiic.J CATTLE The general movement
was rather slow. Nevertheless the volume
of business proved largo and us n rule steady
prices prevailed. Some roughish heavy
cattle curly sold strong , but later slieht con-
qpsslons wcro grunted. Rlpa smooth steers
of .1,150 to 1,500 pounds avcrago brought
strong last week's quotations , an extra fancy
load of two-ycnr-nid short horns making the
gilt cdgo 11 g nro o ! 5.81. Half to three-quar
ters fat steers und old cannlnc cows drugged
nnd moved merely ut weak prices. About
thlrty-tlvo loads of Tcxans came in and found
nn outlet nt previous quotations.
The stockcr and feeder trade , though rather
unsettled , had a strong undertone.
Ciiolco to extra beeves , $480@535 ; medium
to good stours , 1,830 to l,5lH ) Ibs , f4.00@4.(50 ( :
1,200 to 1,330 Ibs , S3.SO@4.80 ; 050 to l,2uO Ibs.
S3.iOJ3.yo. : ( ! Stockers uud feeders , $2.5U@
11.75 ; cows , bulls and mixed , $1.40@3.50 ;
bulk , $2.40(33.00 ( ; Texas corn-fed steori ,
300@3.70 ,
Jlrms 'i ho market opened strong nt Sat-
urdity's closing prices und heavy and draguy
for light , llnlshingveak all around , with
late sulua not us good at earlier in the day
even on beet qualities. A few prime quality
of heavy sold easily up to $ L25 ( < H37& 'J'1'0
bulk of the general run of heavy mada
Jl.ir > ( l 'l.l7Jij ' , whllo solcctcd butchers' nnd
medium weights commanded generally
$1.20. Light sorts Bold at $4.10@4.15 , mostly
around $4.10@I.12) , light mixed ut $1.0. @
4.07 ! und roughest tieavy mixed at $4.05t ( $
4.10.
Olilcatcn , March 21. Cattle Receipts ,
14,000 ; strone ; bocvo * . fl.80W3.35 ( ; steers ,
t3.30@l.40 ; stockersund feeders , t2.50@3.75 ;
cows , bulls nnd mixed , $1.40(33.00 ( ; Texas
corn-fed cattle , J3.00 © 1.00.
Hogs Receipts , 23,500 ; steady ; mixed ,
* t.00@4.25 ; heavy , $3.95(24.30 ( ; light , J3.00@
4.15 ; skips. 83.50O3.9J.
Sheep Receipts 8,000 ; strocg ; natives ,
J3.75gO.25 ; western corn-fed , Sl.90@0.25 ;
Texans , fl.CO@3.20 ; lambs , $5.00(20.00. (
NEW YOHK , March 21. | SpocUl Telegram
to Tun Hnn.l STOCKS The burden of the
bull talk from Saturday till Monday was
that the time has come to buy stocks. The
financial outlook , they say , has greatly Im
proved , nnd'thut , barring improbable acci
dents , tbu llrst week of April will bo passed
without serious closonosseln loanable funds.
It Is argued hat the public IB ready to comu
In. The Vunderbtlts , Vlllard's southern
lines and Grangers are all waiting for the
beginning of the upward movement. The
bears daru not short the market , and holders
of long stocks have persistently refused
to bo shaken out by profcusional
raids. On the other hand , the bears were
credited with agreeing upon n plan of at-
taak for today and Chicago Gas was m-irked
for u soft spot , with Union Paclflo as n point
of attack in railroad shares. This morning ,
as was natural , after the advance of Satur
day upon u ( lull market , prices were as a
rule somewhat weaker , though a marked
inprovemont wan made in souia directions.
First prices wcro generally lower than thu
closing llgures of Saturday , the losses ex-
tundlng to 14 l'or ' oont , .but further losses
wcro restricted to slight fractions In nil
cases cxcupl Sugar Refineries , which de
clined 1 per cent to < i3JV and afterward
fully recovered the loss. On the other
hand , speclul strength was shown by Chicago
cage & Kastorn Illinois preferred , which
rose to bO ugulnst 77'tf Saturday , und Hocu-
Ingo Valley Coal continued to rise , reaching
22i from 21 , Touneisco Coal following with
n gain of 1 | .or cent to 57. Changes In other
stocks were entirely insignificant , but the 11
o'clock market was strong , though dull at
the best prices reached. During the hour
the plans of the boars promised to bo car-
rlod out , when Chicago Qai went oft to 41J/
nnd Union Pauillq to 02V. Uoforo noon
there was a change nnd Gas recovered to
4'2tfuud Union Pamiio went up } ( to 03 , era
a fraction bettor than the close Saturday.
Richmond Terminal and Tennessee Coal
wcro cacti Improved at noon. The stock
mnntet . bocatua strong toward the
cloao on Washington no\s regarding
coinugo nud prospects of good results from
iho meeting * ot the presidents ( and pusion-
ccr agents hero und at Chicago the next two
l ys. Chicago Gas was up to 43. Northern
Paclllo preferred gained u full point lo 73s ; .
Other not gains wcro : Atcalson tf. Uiir-
llngton nnd St. t'nut rach J < i and Uook In.
land and Union Pacific each -V par cent.
Coal stocxft were strong and higher.
The folio win ? wore the chain ? quotationt
II. S. 4 rezuUr. lily NorLhorn t'Mlfls. . 31U
U. 8.4s coupons . . .irj do orelerrod ' 3'i '
tJ.tMl < srouli\r..luns : 0. * N.V Ill
0.H. 4 ! { s coupon ] . . licUi : do preferred..Ml
I'aelntBiof' 110 N.Y.lfcntral 107
Onlrnl l-aclQo. . . ai's'l'.O.&K ' ' SOX
Clilc KO.VAlton . . .111) ) i Hock Island 1 > 4V
Chlcaiw.llurllngton , C. , M. &HU1 , COW
& 9ulncv lOT'.l ' donratcrred.- !
) lllnolsCtntrai ! ! . ' ! lllj : tioproferroa. . . . ' . ' tt
I. , n.Y. . , ttrtion iMftno cay
KansasAcToxas. . . . UJXUV..Ht. L. St I' 12)4 )
LakaShora 107'i aopraforr ii . . . . M'i
Michigan Ceutral. . DT'iVcstern \ Union. . . . t
MlBsourH'aollle. . . . ' . .T
MONBV Easy at 3 > f(34 ( for cent.
PIIIMB MBit < nxrus PAPBII 5 > fvj7j per
cent.
Sinnuxo E.xciiiNOE Quiet ; tlrm : sixty-
day bills , Wb2 ( demand , i
mining atoclc .
NEW Yoiiif , March 21. [ Special Tolpram
to TUB BEB. ] Till fjllj.vla.r arj ths mla-
Ingstoc'i quotations :
Alice 100 'Halo&Norcross..23. * ,
Caloclonlii , bli IN ) iliomestalco 7W )
cboltar ao ) Horn Silver
Con. CaU & Va. . . . .41) Iron Silver 183
rommonwealtli. . . 'JJ1 North Unllo Isle..110
Comstor.K. T. bas.auW Ontario . ' ? M >
Coinatock. T. f orn.JIOUO Ophir nr ,
Deailwood. T. . . .ir > Sierra Nevada 1UJ
KI frlito 143 Mutter Croo'UX )
Treolnml Ill ) Union Con 193
UouW&Cnrry. . . .1J )
CKUDUUH ai
UUICAOO. March U. tils n. ra. close
Wheat Firm ; March , SO o ; May. Sic.
Corn Rnsy ; March , 2S& ; May , S'JJi'c.
Oats Firm ; March. Sljtfc ; May , \X \ < : .
Hyc Firm ; c.ish. .12c.
Hurley Nothing cloiti .
Prune Timothy Jl.SJ.
Flax-Cash , 11.18.
Whisky gl.iw.
I'ork-Quict ; March , 510.40 ; May. 810.53.
Lard Firm ; March , 50.15 ; Muy. 50.2J.
Flour Firm nt lust quotations ; winter
wneat. 5'J.uOil.-10 ( ! ; spring wheat , ? 1.10@
4.CO : rye. $ a.60@Z.tO ; in bbls.
1'roviHlons Shoulders. Ct.40@l,50 ; short
clear. 55.40(35.50 ( ; short ribs , March , $5.15.
Uuttor Easier ; creamery , 15@24o ; dairy.
Cheese Firm ; full cream Cheddars , 10
lO 'c ; Hats , lOX@llc ; Young Americas ,
11(3 ( UK.
KBPS- Firm ; fresh , 18 > < f@I4J c.
Hides Unchanged ; heavy nnd lifjht preen
salted , 4X@4Jfu ; B.iltod bull , ajfc ; preen
nnltcd calf , ftifo ; dry Hint , t5@7c ; ( try salted
hides , lie ; dry calf , 5@0n ; doaconi , 20c c.ich.
Tallow Unoliangod ; No. 1 solid packed ,
ac ; No. 2 , 3 > ic ; cake , 4c.Kccolnts.
Kccolnts. Shipm'ts.
Flour . . ' . . 12.00(1 13.000
Wheat . 21.000 10.000
Corn . -134,000 175,000
Oats . . . . . .131,003 121,000
Now York , March 21. Wheat Ueceipts ,
18,000 bushels ; rexports , 21,000 ; spot trifle
easier ; No. 2 rod. 8P@39.tfo In elevator ,
UO c afloat , S9J ( a91 * < c t. o. b. ; options clos-
iiiK steady. No. 2 rod. March , closing nt S9c.
Corn Hocoipts , 40,150 bushels ; oxuorts ,
45,000 bushels ; spot easy ; No. 2 , 3GJf@36 > o
in elevator , 87Jf@3So afloat ; ungraded
mixed , 31U9c ; options closing steady ;
March , 30-tfc.
Oats Hocoipts , 123,003 bushels ; exports ,
l,5uO bushels ; spot steady ; No. 2 white ,
Kg31a } ; mixed western. 27J4@31c ; white
do , 'll foiio ; options llrui , March closing at
coffee Options opened barely steady ut
10(7(35 ( ( points down. Sales : -I'J.riOU bags ;
March , ? 17.SO@17.S5 ; May. ? 17.00@17.10isuot
Hio steady ; fair car uoa , $20.50.
Supar--Haw , lower : rclincd , weak.
PciMloum United closed , Auril , Soc.
EBBS Firm ; western , 14 > @ 14Ki : .
Pork Stronc ; now mess , flt.5Uysl2.00.
Lnrd Active on western speculative buy
ing ; July sold 12 points higher , others G
points ; cash , fU.50U0.05. (
liuttor Quiet ; western dairy , 12@lSc ;
creamery , 13@25c ; Elgin. 20 , ' c.
'Chcoao Firm ; western , 10 ( < ! tO } o
St. Ijoulx. March 24. Wnoat Higher ;
cash , 7S H'i ! ; May , 7Es'@T8K < . - .
Corn Lower ; casn , 29) o ; May , 2fljjO. ?
Oats Cash nominal : May llrm at2a , c.
Pork Firm ut * 10 5u.
Lard Nominally at $5.90.
Whsky-$1.02. !
Mutter Firm ; creamery , 20S25o ; dairy ,
lB22c.
BIllwaukoc.March 21. Wheat-Stronger ;
cash , 74o ; May , 74u.
QJorn Firm ; No. 3 , 29c.
Oats Firm ; No. 2 , white , on track , 21c.
Hyo Higher ; No. 1 , 44@44Wc.
Hurley Steady ; No. 2 , 42X,313c.
Provisions Higher ; porK , 810.35.
ClnnlniintiMarc'i24. Wheat Stronger ;
No. 2 red. 80c.
Corn Higher ; No. 2 mixed , fl2@32'ic. '
Oats Strong ; No. 2 mixed , 25u.
Whisky 81.U2.
JMliinoupnlis. March 21. Wheat Ho
coipts of wheat for two days , 290 carp ; ship
ments , 13 cars. Cash wheat fauly active.
Closing : No. 1 hard , March and April , 7UKc ;
May , SIX0'on track. SOJ-Jc ; No. 1 northern ,
March and April. "Sj c ; May , TOJfo ; on track ,
79 > @ 79Kc ; No. 2 northern , Mnrcn nnd April ,
70'fe ; Muy , ' 77 c ; on track , TtijffQTSti.
Ivnnsii ; 'City. March St. Wheat
Steady : No. 2 hard , cash , C5 > jo ; No. 2 rea ,
cash ,
Corn Steady ; No. 2 , cash , 229 ( rt'22Kc. '
Oats No. 2 , cash , 18J e.
Ijivorponl , March 24. Wheat Quiet ;
holders offer moderately ; California No. 1 , 7s
2d per cental.
Cjrn Qulot , steady and unchanged ; new
mixed western , 83 OJ a per cent.
tiiVK srouic.
Knnsnn Clty.March 21 Cattle Receipts ,
8,700 ; shipments , 4,400 ; market strong ;
steers , ? 3.40@4.70 ; cows. Jl'60@3.23 ; stockers -
ors and feeders , $2.75i$3.tiO. (
Hogs Hocoipts , 4.UOO ; * shipments , 800 ;
market steady to strong ; all cradei , J3.87U
04 10.
MatUinnl Sleek Yur.lKait
- , Kait St.
IIIIUIM , March 22. Cattle Hccelpts , 2.1UO ;
shipmonts. none ; market strati ) , ' ; fair to
fancy native nK-ora , ? 3.304 , ; S3 ; etockori
and feeders , $2.253.50.
Hoes Hccaipts , 4,500 ; Hhipmcnts , 2.000 ;
market steady ; heavy , $4.00@4,1U ! ; packing ,
? 3.U5 ( < { 405 ; light , ? 4.00@l.lO.
Sioux City , March 21. - - Cattle Re
ceipts , 310 ; shipments , 22o ; market dull ;
c.umors , 75cC'1.2o ; cows , 81.00 1.25 ; stockers -
ors , S1.50 ( ( 2.25 ; feeders , $2.25@2.90 ; veal
calves , $2.UJ3.15.
Hogs KeceiptH , l.OJO ; market opened and
closed steady ;
OMAHA IjlVK hTOCK.
C lttlr.
Monday , March 24.
Estimated rccoiptB of cattle 1,000. com
pared with 2,431 Saturday and 2,90iJ last
Monday. Tlio market was wall supplied
with pond ncaves , thu number of Rules nt
and above $4.00 cxceodingnny day lint week
nnd equaling thu St.OO sales any
day this mouth. Mho top , too , was
reached today , ono bunch of Iti steers
averaging 15'JS pounds nt $4.40. Tlio stcor
nicrkot has fully recovered nnd is about as
high today as it has been any day this
month. Tlio market opened early and active
till the close all balng sold curly. The ro-
colpts of eowd were light and only ordinary
exuopt thu Standard c.utlo company's ' ship
ment which sold ut $ ' 1.10. Tim receipts of
feeders was larco but enough for the de
mand and prices ruled llrm everything
changing hands early.
Estimated receipts of hoes .1,100 , com
pared with 2IXXl rattirday and 1,058 last Mon
day. The market opened active ut a shade's
advance , all selling early. The light hoes
changed hands early ut an advance of 5o ,
the heavy hogs not responding to the ad
vance on light ones changed bands later
linn ut Saturday's prices. The average
prlco paid today was W.fl39 compared with
J3.W yesterday and ' * J.02 lust Monday.
Prevailing
The following Is'atiblo of prtojs pud In
tills market for the gr.iJcu of stock men
tioned )
Prime steers. 1303 to 10X1 > s. ,83.85 (5J1.M (
Good steers , 125 < J to HV ) Jba. . . 11.4 J ( cdl.25
Good steers , 1050 to 1X ! > lti . . . 3.2J M3.S5
Common 1000 to 1150 U > tteoH. 2.00 @ 3.il )
Common cannora . , , , . 1.00 MA 00
Ordinary to fair cows. . . 1.00 06235
Fair to good cows . 1.00 ( rt2,45
Gooa to choice cows . 2.20 ( a3,25
Cholco to fancy cows . 2.85 M3.UO
Fair to good bulls . . . 1.73 @ 2.5'J
Choice to fancy bulls . 2.M ( # 3.50
Light itockor * und feodors. . . . 2.53 3.13
Fecdori. O.VtollOO Ilis . 2.01 © 3.60
Fair to choice llcht hoes . ! J.O."i W4 00
Fair to choice heavy hogs . . . . .T.IK ) ,33.03
Fair to choice mixed hozj . . . . 3.00 ( i 3.r ! )
nnil lotvoU Halas ul
Today , Saturday.
Highest . $4.00 Highest . 13.D5
Lowest . 5.00 Lowoi' . 3.87 }
Stock llouclpts.
Offlclal Saturday. EstlmatoJ Today.
Cattle , llJcars.2,40.T ( Cattle , 77 cars. . .1.000
HOBS , 40 cars. . . 2.003 HORH , 10 cars . . .1,235
Sheep , 8 cam. . . 1,421 Shocop , 4 curs , . . 000
Hnnji-l ol" P.'loo * llogi.
The following table showi the ranga of
prices paid for hogs :
Light and medium hos . $ -1 05 ( > ! > 4 00
Good to choice mixed hew. . . 8 UO ( ltl ; 05
Good to choice heavy ho s. . . 3 00 M3 05
1'rlcu of
Showing the avor.ijj prici p'kll for
ofhoRSon the duya mdlcitoi In UJ7 , 15JJ ,
1839 nnd 1393 :
Hanzo of Prlcus Uiaun.
Tbo following table showJ fho range of
prices paid for stioop :
Prlino fat sheep . ( I 40 @ 5 153
Goodfatshcop . ! l 53 Ml 0)
Common to medium sheep. . . . 2 OJ ( tQl 75
Lambs . 4 03 Qi ) 00
Avcraco C ; > 4t ot lloz * .
The following table gives the nvora o cait
of hogs on the dates mantionoJ , including
the cost today , as based upon sales reported :
Date. Prioa. Dito. Price.
March 1 . f 3 75 March 13 . 3.37 ,
March 3 . 3 70 ; March 14 . 3 01J/
Mureh-l . 3 77 March 15 . 3 07' <
March 5 . 3 71 March 17 3 92
March 0 . U 7IJ < March 19 3 83
March" . 3 72' March 19 3 SBtf
March 8 . 3 78j > March 2' ) 3 89 } i
March 10 . 378 March 21 3 81
March 11 . 3 81 March 22 . 3 92
March 12 . 8 S3 March 21 . 3
Compnrntlv < !
The following tabloi slow the range in
prhv on hoj ; during this aiJ lut w jo'.t :
Disposition o ! Stock.
Showing the number of cattle , bogs and
sheep bought by the packers and leading
buyers on to-day's marKet :
CATTLU.
Huyers. No.
Swift & Co. ; 215
George II. Hammond &Co „ 410
ThoArmour-CudahvPuekingcompany. 14S
Leu Rothschild 240
Henton & Underwood 12S
N. Morris 128
Shippers and Feeders 225
Uocker& Degan 71 !
Cranu & VunCant 32
G. Frauorman et ill 3U
Armour-Cudahy Packins ? company C2
Omaha Packing Co C > 54
Swift & Co 231
Gcorgo II. Hammond & Co 422
HOBS Saturday averaged 258 pounds and
C4 to the car.
COWS.
FECDEI19.
1. 730 300 49 783 325
14. 721 315 7 983 880
1. bUO 320 23 81(1 ( 885
3. 703 320 1 lO'JO 340
4. 853 3 25
1 750 1 25 3 . 973
1. . 001 1 50 2 . 905 75
1005 1 70 1 . b'JO ' 85
CALVES.
012 260 1 . 100 00
. 605 280 2 . 180 00
170 3 60 1 . 150 5 00
2 1205 300 20. . . 975 3 00
1 ,1050 00
STOCKKIIS.
1 470 2 50 10. . . 523 3 20
01 53 2 00
STAGS.
1 13iO 2 75 1. . . 1820 3 00
WS.KO.
10 1153 350'
WKSTBHX
Owners. No , Av. Price.
Standard Cattln Co.
1)0 ) cows 959 13 10
11003.
No t. , Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
0. . . .310 ? 3 SO (1. ( . . .283 : M 00
0.I. . . .331 60 i ) SO 15. , . .2(13 ( 3 ! K )
I.u. . . . .400 - 3 85 71. , , .278 40 3 00
u. . . .3tS5 3 85 73. , . 233 40 3 05
0. . . .290 3 51 , . .371 3 05
no. . . . 03 120 3 90' 54. , . .253 40 3 95
57. . . .283 40 3 00 51. , . .231 40 3 05
02. . . .200 1110 it DO 40. , . . ! JO 40 3 95
57. , . .2U5 80 3 U ) 07. , . .234 80 4 00
47. . . .217 bO 3 00 GS. , . .238 4 00
03. . . .255 40 3 00 70. , . .273 4 00
fHi. . . .313 3 00 69. , . .220 4 00-
67. . . .205 240 3 UO
On the Mnrkut With Hlieop.
Uonnct Hrou. & P. , Ft. Collins , Col.
On the Alurlcet With Ilorsco.
11. D. Evans , L. L. Holcomb , Huntlngton.
Oro.
On the Mnrkot With Iloits.
n. J.Morris , Western ; J. P. Taylor , A h-
ton ; J. M. Anderson , Lebanon ; John Uurn ,
Hooper ; H. ScblnstouU , West Point ; Thomas
Harris , Central City ; O. Lioetol , Mltlurd ;
.Uuckley & Uoss , Stronuburg ; U. A. Puck ,
urd. Manilla , la. ; McConnail liros. , Over-
ton ; Middlesex L. S. Co. , Wood Hirer ; J. M.
Eumrlno , pouncll HlufTa , la. ; G. P. More-
head , Dunlup , la. ; W. H. Harrington ,
Tokumah ; Anderson J , , Oakland ; 11. C.
Cutter , Cowlcs ; W. It Sapi & Co. , WIIcox ;
M. Cobb , Fuuk ; H. Hummer , Mmoola , la.
On the Mnrk r'Wltii O.tttl .
J. AV. Hlun % We < t Lrion ( In. : Hlvlni &
Gordon , lloo and OOfthrjer ; H , Warner ,
Hooper ; H. Sclilnstoclt.'fBbcmor neil West
Koss , Stromsburg ; . AL Ulack , Kearney ;
HoDson & . , Cozsrd ! Skinner it Tnbor ,
Orcrton ; John Qulun. Middlesex L. S. com
pany , Wood Itlrort CJHchafer , Culbcrtsou ;
R S. WIIcox , McCook ; { itato liank. W. Pul-
vcr , W. K. Saip | & Co , , WIIcox ; C. Elliott ,
Curtis ; Jackson ft it , , Ehvood ; Will
iam Ulackmoro , Fridfldi ; , W. Kop-
lor , Dorchester ; John Frostroru ft Co. ,
Malmo ; J. F. IlollM.Coi , Ithaan ; Charles
Morton , Union ; W. O.Smth , | , Alexandria , S.
D. ; J. M. Anderson , Lebanon ; C. J. lllath ,
Sidney , In. ; Patrick Hrothers , Nlckorson ;
M. C. Lindsay. W. H. Cbtabs. North Platte ;
P. M , Golden , Oasis. Utah : U. Hears , Goth
enburg ; John Nicholson , Ucanlngton : H. S.
M. Spollman , Tokamah ; J. S. Yeaton ,
Lyons ; J. P. Alberts , J.V. . GrlbbIo , Da-
kotaCity ; D. F. Stoner , Emerson ; E. Hro-
quct , Norton , Kan. ; M. E. Mix , Oburlln ,
Kan. ; J. A. Conyorn , John Williams , Urush ,
Colo.
OMAUA WHOIjKSAljR AIAIIK13TS
1'roducc.
Eons Strictly fresh , ll12o ( ( ; cold stor
go , pickled , limed , salted , not wanted a
any prluo.
HUTTEH Creamery , fancy rolls , prints , 21
( T < ; 25o ; creamery , fancy solid Dackoa , 2JJ2Jc ( ; ;
creamery , choice , 10@-J2o ; dairy , fnnuy rolls
nnd prints , 1820o ; dairy , fancy solid
packed , 17@19c ; dairy , choice , 15lllc ;
country roll , fnr.cv , 10@lSo ; choice , 12651Go ;
country roll , peed , OS10o ; country roll , fair ,
7ayo ( : poor stock , 3c ( oc.
Poi'i.Tiiv Turkeys , dressed , fancy dry
picked , 12i13c ( ; turkeys , live , tier . , 80 ;
chickens , fancy , lO lla ; chickens , choice , 7 ©
lie ; chickens , live , f3.00@3.60 ; Koosc.drcsscd.
fancv , 10@lli3 : Keeso , drcssod , choice , 9i ( ?
lOc ; Reese , live , dor. , * 0.00(37.00 ( ; duaks ,
dressed , fancy , lie ; ducks , cholco , 10@llc ;
ducks , live , doz. , SJ.50@3.00 ; pigeons , doz. ,
$1.00(31.25. (
GAME Jnek snipe , ? I.OO(7l.2.'i ( ; coldun
lilovcr , ? 1.00@1.25 ; mallard ducks , ? 1.50@
2.90 : canvasback ducks. $3.00@i5.00 ; roa-
heatrduckii , doz. , 33.UO@2.00tcal ; nuolie. doz. ,
? 1.25@l.GO ; mixed ducks , doz. , $1.00(31.25 ( :
pooso , Canada , $4.00@l.60 ; gcoso , nmall , $2.50
HONES ( Quotations nro for delivery In
Chicago ) . Dry buffalo , ucr ton. f 10.0018.00 ;
dry country , bleached , ? 10.00@18.00 ; dry
country , dump and meaty , f3,00a10 ( ] 00.
VtOETAiir.r.s Old Sweet potatoes , fancy
Musciitlne , per bbl , $4,00 ; onions , extra
fancy , per bbl , $1.50 ; onions , fair , per bbl ,
$2.50 ; rutabaRas , per bbl , $2.00 ; carrots , per
bbl , ? 2.00 ; mirsmps. pt > r bbl , $2.60 ; boots , per
bbl , ? 2.00 ; horse radish roots , per bbl , $4.50 ;
horse radish roots , per ID , 7c ; celery roots ,
per bbl , ? OOJ ; celery roots , per Uoz , COc.
MAI-I.B SuoAii Per Ib , ll@12c. "
CHEIISE Per Ib , full croatn V. A. , 12c ;
full cream twiue , ll } c ; full cream Ohio
Swiss. 17c ; full cream Wisconsin Swiss , 14@
lOc ; full cream brick 13u ; full cream
limburger Swiss , 13c.
HONEY 15@lUc per Ib for choice comb.
PHESKIIVES8@10o per b.
JEI.I.IES 4@4io per Ib.
DIIESSED VEAL Choice medium , 7@7Vc ;
light , 5@0o ; heavy. 84o.
APPLES Per bbl , Gonitons , W.OO ; W.
Twig , ? 4.50 ; Hen Davis , ? 1.50 ; Komanito.
4.50.
CIDEU Per bbl , reflnrd , J0.50 ; half bbl ,
f3.50 ; hard cider , pure , per bbl , to.OJ.
LissKcn On. ( He.
COCOANUTS Per hundred , J1.75.
PICKLES Medium , per bbl. $5.50 ; ll.as
$0.50 ; gherkins. S7.50 ; C. & B. chow chow
qts , ? 5.8"r Dti. $335.
POTATOES Per bu , fancy , 35o ; choice , 25@
80c.
80c.FISH Fresh frozen 'whlto ' trout , pike and
pickerel , per Ib , 7c ; sturReon. 7c.
OIUNOES Per box.iElorida brights , $3.75 ;
mcssinu$3.25 ; California fancy navels , $5 00 ;
Los Angeles , $2.75 ; seedlings. Riverside ,
$3.35(23.50 ( : inounfuli3.0j ; ; in tlvo box lots
25c per box less. i
LEMONS Per BOX. mcsslna fancy , S4.00 ®
4.50 ; vordelli , pooa , * 2 00.
BANANAS Per bunch , S2.00@3.00.
HIDES , PKLTS AND FALLOWS ( Jreon salted
bides , 4 ? c ; dry salted hides , 5@0c ; dry Hint
hides , 7c ; calf hides , 6u. Damaged bides 2o
less. Sheep pelts , preen , each , 75c@J1.25 ;
sheep pelts , dry , per lbUu12o ( ; ; tallow , No. 1 ,
4@4 } e : No. 2 , m@3icgrease \ , whlto.4 c ;
yellow. 2 @ 8o.
BiSANa Himd picked invy , $1.50@1.CO ;
hand picked navy , medium a1.40@1.50 ; hand
nicked country , 81.30,31.40 ; good clean , $1.20
@i.30.
APPLE BUTTEH Per Ib , G@7c.
Mixes MEAT 810o per 1 b
Groceries.
DIIIED FUUIT Currants , now. G'j'c : prunes ,
casks , 1,300 It ) s , 5c ; prunes , bbls or ba s ,
Oc ; rulsm cured , Stfci citron peel ,
drums , 20 Ibs , " 22c ; lemon reel ,
drums , 18c ; fard dates , boxes , 12 Ibs ,
lie ; aoricots , ehoio evaporated , 14 } o ; apri
cots , jolly cured 25 Ib boxes , lOc ; apri
cots , fancy , 25 Ib boxes , 15c ; ap
ples , choice evaporated , Sjtfc ; upplcs , prime
now , SXc ; flgs , layer , 10 per cent tare ,
13 , ' c ; in sacks , 7c ; Persian dates , 7 0 ;
Salt Lake , 6 0 ; blackberries , evaporated ,
60 Ib boxes , 5o ; cherries , pitted , dry cured ,
18c ; poaches , pared , fancy , ISo ; choice , lOc ;
Salt Lake , 7c ; pitted ulums. Cal/25 II ) boxes ,
8K < 39Kc ; raspberries , ovno. , N. Y , , now ,
27 > < ; o ; prunes , U. C. 00-70 , 9@9Xo ; orange
pool , 15o ; raisins , Ualltornia London crop
Ib89 , $2.40 ; Cal. loose muscatels , crop 1839 ,
$2.10 ; Valoncias , 18SS , 0c : Valencias , new.
Oo ; Ual. seedless , sits. , 7c ; On dura layer ,
now , lOJ c ; dried grapes , 4a ; pruuolles ,
new , 12&0.
CAXNCIJ Goons Fruits , Callornla stand
ard brands , 2 } Ib , per doz Apri
cots , $1.70 ( < ? l.b5 ; apricots , pie fruit ,
$1.50 : gallons , ? 4.50 : blackberries , $2.25 ;
cnerrios , black , $2,002.25 ; cherries , white ,
S2.25@2.50 ; grapes. SI,051.80 ( ; pears , Uart-
lett , $2.10@2.25 ; ponches , yellow , ? 3.10@2.25 ;
psaches , lemon cling , 3J.40 ; plums , egg ,
$1.G5@1.80 ; plums , golden drops , $ l.tO ;
plums , green gages , $1.05@1.80 ; peaches ,
with pitts iu , $1.00 ; currants , $2.30 f
gooseberries , $2.25 ; qulucos , $2.10 ; raspber
ries , S3.SO ; strawberries , $3.CO ; peaches , 8 Ib
eastern standards , Sl.'bS ; 3 Ib pic , $1.10 ; G Ib
pie , $2,05 ; gallon pie , $3.00 ; apples , high
standards , $3.00 ; 2 Ib gooseberries , OOa : 2 Ib
strawberries , 90@95c ; 3 Ib raspberries , $1.00 :
2 Ib blueberries , 80f < UOo ; 2 Ib blackberries ,
05@75o ; 2 Ib strawberries , preserved , 81.80 ;
2 Ib raspberries , preserved , $1.80 ; 2 Ib black
berries , urcserved. $1.20 ; pineapples , Bahama
chopped , $2.00 ; 2 Ib Uahama grated , $2.75 ; 2
Ib Uabnma sliced , $2.50 ; 2 Ib Standard sliced.
$1.25@1.50 ; chernoRJ Ib rod , Baltimore , 85
( 95c ; pears , 21b. $1.30.
VEOBTAnLES Tomatoes 3 Ib extra , $1.00 ;
3 Ib standard , western brands , ( JO@Ooe ; gallons
lens , strictly standard , $2.90. Corn Finest
grown , $1.00 ; gllt-odfa ; sugar corn , vary fine ,
$1.CO ; choice 3 Ib sugar corn , $1.20 ; 3
Ib extra , western brands , 85c@$1.00 ; 2 ID
standard , western brands , C0@70c. Mush
rooms 1 Ib French , extra line , 22rt25c ; 1 Ib
French , line , 18@22c ; 1 lb French , ordinary ,
ICiglSo. Peas Tros line , per can , 25o ;
dnml iluo , per can' , ,10c ; 3' Ib , sifted ,
$ LOO ; 2 Ib early JuuO , I.25@1.35 ; 3 Ib Mar
row , standard brand , SI.1U ; 2 Ib soaked , 57c.
String Beans 31b high grado. Itofugeo , S5o ;
2 Ib Golden Wax , beans , 75o ; 2 Ib string
beans , 70c. Lima U6at ) 3 Ib soaked , 7flc.
lioslou Hultod Helms U Ib Lewis , $1.05 ;
crown brand , $1.50. .S'weot potatoes 3 Ib
New Jersey. $1.00. Pumpmn 3 Ib now
uuurmln , $1.00. Olir.l'nnd tomatoes , $1.00 ;
Okra. $ t.W ( ; bucotusb ; $1.20. $
CANNED MEATS l.Jlb lunch tongue. $2.75 ;
2 Ib lunch tongue , H7pi 1 Ib corned beef ,
S1.20 ; 2 Ib corned beef. ' $2.05 ; 0 Ib corned
beet , $0fiO ; 14 Ib cornet ! beef. $14.00 ; 2 Ib
boneless pics feet , $ J.20 ; 1 Ib English brawn ,
51.30 ; 2 Ib English bldwii , $2.15 ; 0 Ib , Eng
lish brawn , $0BO ; 7'lib compressed ham.
$1.75 ; 3 Ib compressed ham , $3.75 ; 1 Ib chipped
beef , $2.00.
SOAPS-Castilo , mbttlod " , per Ib , 8S10a ( ;
do whlto. per to , 12ov
lliiooMS Parlor , f tfd. $3.75 ; 3 tie , $2.25 ;
stables , $3.85 ; common , 11.50 1.75.
COUOA4 tb tin , 40o per Ib.
CHOCOLATE 22ii33opor lb | German chic
ory , red , 8Xi\
SAI.SOUA Ubls , l,6 ; granulated , l o ; kegs
.
CorrcG Koasted Arbucklo's Ariosa ,
25 o ; McLaughln' | XXXX. 2. o ; Gorman ,
25-tfo ; Dllworth , 25 > ic ; Alaromu , 25 o ;
bulk. 23 ' .li * .
CorrBE Green Fancy old golden Ilio , 25o ;
fancy old peabcrry , 25o ; Ulo , choice to
fancy , 24oKio ; , prime , 23) o ; Ilio , good,21 > o ;
Mooha , 29o ; Java , genuine O. G. , 23c ; Java ,
good Interior. 24a : African , 22 c.
FIBII CoartsU , extra Gcorpos , now , 6Kc ;
grand bank. new 4Ho ; silver , 2 Ib , blocks ,
Ooj'snow white. 2 Ib bricks , now , 7&o ; Tur
key cod , largo middles , bricks. Shu ; BUOW
white cratoa , 12-5 Ib , boxes , TJi'o ; Iceland
halibut , 9a ; medium icaica herring , 2Sa ;
No. 1 scaled herring , 22c ; domestic Holland
hurrtag , 55c ; Hamburtr splcod herring , $1.60 ;
llu U / " 75c ; Uusilua lardmci ,
plain. Wo ; ImportcdjHollnnd herring. Crown
brani ) , 80o ; do. fancy milkers , We : muckcrol
No , 1 shore , half bbls , $13.00 : blotttors , half
bbls , $ IS.OO ; whitclUb , half bbls , $7.iX ) ; trout ,
half bbls , > 60 ; family whltoiisli W.OO ; ; i | .
mon , $3.6iT ) t Ib mackerel ( herring ) , ll.OOQ
1 10 ; 1 Ib llnnnn baddies , $1,75 ; 1 Ib lobsters ,
2.16 ( < 2.25 ; 1 Ib Alrukn xnlmon. Aleut , $1,00 ;
2 Ib oysters , 10 oz , $1,05 ; 1 Ib oysters , 6 01 ,
$1.15 ; 2 Ib select , 12oz , $ j.85 ; 1 Ib clams , llttlo
necks , $1.25 ; 2 Ib clams , llttlo nccki , $ . > .10 ;
t/tlb sardines , Imported , per case , 100s ,
$ il.OOji9IO.O ( ) ; , ' 4 Ib sardines , imported , per
case , luOj. $16.0Ur20,00 ( ; H'b ' Imported bone-
lci-s sardines , 20 > ; } i Ib sardines , American ,
per 100s , Froncii style , $ l.60t5.00j ( } Ib aur-
dines , American , per case , 100 * , French
style. $7.50@3.00 ; } { Ib saullncs. mustard ,
porcaou. B3j , $ J.75Sl.OO ( ! ; Imported key sar
dines , $13.00.
SALT Dairy , 2SO Ib In bbl , bulk , $3.10 :
bent grade. 00 , 6s , $2.80 ; best grade , 100 , 3s ,
$3.40 ; best grado. 23. 10s , $2.20 ; rock salt ,
crushed , $1.80 ; common , bbls , $1.20.
r AKINACEOUS Goons Harley , 3 > f(34o ( ; fa
rina , fie ; pens , 8c ; oatmeal , lyiXS'Jo : maca
roni , lOc ; vermicelli. lOc ; rice , 4 { 0 o ; sago
and tnpiocn , 0V7o ( : limn beans , Oc.
OiLs-Korosono P. W. lOo ; W. W.
12jc ; hoadllght , 13o ; gasoltno , 12c ; salad oil ,
2.0u@9.00 tier doz.
SODA Pkgs 00 5s. 5j < c.
NUTS Almonds , 15c ; UrazlU , lie ; iltborts ,
12jc ; paeans , lie : walnuts , 12 } c ; pennut
cocks , 8c : roasted , lie ; Tcnnesso pea
nuts , 7c.
Duuua ( Grocers' ) Per Ib Uornx , 12c ;
copperas. 2 > o ; Hay loaves , lie ; glue , ICe ;
epsom salts , 4cgtaubor : salts , 8c ; sulpbur ,
2 } < o ; blue vitro ) , Oc ; alum , 4c : tartnrlo ncld ,
42e ; rosin 2u : sallpotor. absolutolypuro , lOc ;
gum camphor. 2 Ibs in box , 1 oz cakes. 83c ;
hops , } .f nnd } 4 Ib packages , 20c ; sngo , ) { nnd
K-'b ' packages. 15o ; madder , 13c ; s.iltpotcr ,
lOc : Indigo , 3-lb mid 5-lb boxes. S F. 05 ( > $70c ;
Indigo , 8-lb nnd 5-ib boxes , Mndris , 75c ; sealIng -
Ing wax , 25-lb boxes , red , 3o' sealing wax ,
2o-lb boxes , whlto , 4c.
StioAiii Cut loaf,8 ccut ; loaf cubes 7 c ;
standard , powdered , % oXXXX. \ . powdered ,
80 ; grunulcted , standard , 7c ; confectioners
ors , A , 0jc ; white extra C , O c ; extra C ,
Neb , O.-je ; umber , Oo ;
lion : Basis Manilla rope , 15c ; sisal rope ,
' c ; cotton rope , 10o : new process , .
COTTON TWINE Bibb , very line , 8 or 4 ply ,
22o ; line , 20o ; Daisy , 18o ; candle wick , 22o.
On vns Quarts , nerdoz , $3.75 ; pints , per
doz. $2.25bulk ; , per gal , Me.
VINKOAH 80 pr. cider , So ; good , 12o ; whlto
wine , 15c.
STAIICII lj ® 8c per Ib.
STOVE POLISH ? -i.K5.S7 ( ) per gross.
HAOS Am. , per 10'J , $17.00 ; Lewiston , per
100 , $ lV.Ou.
MOUSSES 13bls , Ni O. , choice , per gal ,
55(3570 ( ; bakers' , 2Src32c ; black strap , 20
@ 22c.WUAPPINO
WUAPPINO PAPEK Straw , per Ib , 1 } @
2 > o ; rag , 2 } c : inaniln , B , 5ftlCc : No. 1 , 7c.
JiAos Union square , 35 per cent off list.
MKATS Hams , No. 1. 10 Ib average ,
9 o ; 20 to 22 Ibs. S fc ; 12 to 14 Ibs. ' 03fc ;
shoulders , 5) ) c ; breaxfast bacon , No. l8) ) c ;
bum sausage , 8c ; dried beef hams , 7J < fc ; beef
tongues , $0 00 per dozen ; dry salt meats , 6@
Ocuerlb ; bam roulette , O o ; boneless ham ,
7ic ; plcnio ham , 0)jc ) ; add lo porlb for
small lots.
Dry Good * . *
CAIIPET WitAi' Bibb , white , ISJ o ; colored ,
HATTS Standard. 8c : Gem , lOo ; Beauty ,
12 o ; Boonc , 14c ; peerless , case , $0.00.
COHSET Jr.iss Boston. 7o ; Androscog ,
in , 7c : Koursage , 7c-Uockport ; ,
DENIMS Amoskeag , Ooz , 10) ) c ; E
oz , l'lVrk \ , 7 oz , l.'io ; Hnvmakcr , 8Ko ;
Jaffroy XX. llj c ; .Taftrey XXX , 12 > Jc :
Beaver Crook AA4 \ ° \ Beaver Crook UB ,
O c ; Beaver Greek ( JC , 9 , c.
KUNTUCICV JiJ\S8 Memorial , 15o ; Glen-
wood , 20c ; Kentucky Star , 35c ; Hercules.
18c ; Empire , 25o ; Cottswold , 27 > < c ; Melville -
villo , 25c ; Bang-up , 27 > j'c.
BLBACIIKD SHHETINOS Ellerton , 7 } c ;
Housekeeper , S o ; Now Candidate , 8 c :
Berkeley cambric No. 00 , 9c ; Best Yet. 4-4
0) ) 0 ; butter cloth OO , 44'e ; Cabot , 7) ) c ;
Farwcll half bleached. 8'c ' ; Fruit of Loom ,
8 ? c ; Green G , 0 'c ; Hope , 7 c ; King Phil
ip cambric , lOc ; Lonsdalo cambric. lOc ;
Lonsdalo. 8 > c ; Now York mills , lOJ c ; Pop-
uoroll. 42 in , lOc ; Pepueroll , 40 in , He ; Pep-
poroll , 0 4. 14Kc ; Popporell , 8-1. 20o ; Pop-
peroll , 9-4 , 22n : Pepporcll , 104. 2-lo ; Canton ,
4 ' , i3 > Cc ; Canton , 5-4 , 9) c ; Triumph , Co ;
Wusmutta. lie ; Valley , 5 > .fc ; Harker ,
bleacbod. He.
Buow.v SHEETINO Atlantic A , 4-4 ,
Atlantic H , 4-4 , 7c ; Atlantio D , 4-4 ,
Atlantic P , 4-4 , Oc ; Aurora LL , 4-4 , Oc ; Au
rora C. 4-4 , 4J o ; Crown XXX , 4-1 , 0 > ' o ;
Hoosler LL , 4-4 , ! > % c ; Indian Head , 4-4 , 7c ;
Lawrence LL , 4 4 , 5 c ; Old Dominion. 4-4 ,
5Jjfc ; Pepporoll U , 4-4 , GJ c : Pepporoll E , 40
inch , 7 c : Pcpperrcll , 84 , 17 c ; Popporoll ,
94. 20o ; Popperoll , 10-4 , 22c ; Utica C , 4-4 ,
4c ; Wnchusott , 4-4 , 7c : Aurora It , 4-4. 7o ;
Aurora B , 4-4. 0 } c : Atlas , O N B , 7 c ;
Farmers' No. 1 , 27-m..fic.
CIIASII Stevens' B , 5J o ; Stevens' A , 7o ;
Stevens' A , bleached , 8c ; Steven * ' P , 7 c ;
Stevens' P bleached 8c Stevens' N
, , /c ; , 8Kc ;
Stevens' N bleached 9 Stevens' BUT
, , > < c ; ,
lie.
CAMnitics Slater. 5c ; Woods , Cc ; Stand
ard , 6c ; Peacock , 6c.
SIUKTINO : Checks Caledonia X , 9 } o ;
Caledonia XX , lO c ; Economy. 9c ; Otis ,
9c ; Granite , OJ c ; Haw Klver , 5 } c ; Craw
ford , Stfc.
TICKS Oakland , A , 7 > o ; International ,
YY , 8c ; Shetueket , S. S 'o : Warren , No.
870 , lOc ; Berwick , HA , 18cr Acme. 18o ;
York , 30 inch , Wlj'c ; York , 82 inch. 13 o\ \
Swift Uiver , 80 ; Thorndike , OO , S c ;
Thorndiko FF , 8Wc ; Thorndlko. 120 , 9c ;
Thorndlko XX , 15c ; Cordis , No. 5 , luc ;
Cordls No. 4 , 10 > < c.
DUCK West Point , 29-in , 8-oz , 9Kc ;
West Point , 29-in. 10-oz , 12Hc ; West Point ,
9-in , 12-oz , I0 ; < fc ; West Point , 40-m , 11-oz ,
17c.
17c.FLANNELS
FLANNELS Plaid Raftsmen , 20o ; Cloor
Lake , 82c ; Iron Mountain , 20J fo ; Whlto
G H No. 2 , % , 22K ; G H No. 1 , } { , 20Ko :
B H No. 2. X , 22 c ; B H No. 1 , Jtf , 2'Jc ;
Quecheo , No. 1. J , 42c.
il < c
G O 2-l-ln. 20c ; 'H
27o ; G , X , 25e.
PitiNxs Solid Co ors Atlantic , fie ; Slater ,
Oc ; Berlin oil. O c ; Gnrnor oil , 0@7c. Pinlc
nnd Hobos Richmond , 0 oAllcnOJ ; o ; Riv-
croolnt , nj c ; Steel River , Oc ; Poclllc , 0 > o ;
Indigo Blue St. Leger. 5 > < ; o ; Washington ,
OKc ; American , 0 } c : Arnold , OJ c ; Arnold
Century , 9o : Amand , 12u ; Stiotel A , 12c.
barter oak , 6 , ' u ; Raumpo , 4Jifc ; Lodl , 6 , 0 ;
Allen , Oo ; Richmond , Oo ; Windsor , OJ c ;
EddystoneOXc ; Pacillc , 0 > c.
GI.NQIIAM Plunkott checks , 0 } c ; Whlt-
tcnton , 09/c ; York , 0 > c ; Normandl dross ,
Calcutta dress , 7 ! o ; Renfrew dress ,
Mctslg.
BLOCK TIN Small pig , 2Sc per Ib ; bar , 29o
per Ib.
CoppEit Planished boiler alzon , flic petIb ;
cold rolled , 2So per Ib ; sheathing , 27o per Ib !
pltts and Hats , 23o per Ib.
GALVANI/ED SHEET IIION Disc't 60-10 per
cent , pat. pltm. iron , A , lOJ o ; B , 9J-fu.
KOOFI.VO Charcoal , 1. C. , 11x20 , 112 , $0.00 ;
I. X. , $7.60.
SHKET IIION No. 20 , $3.75 ; No. 27 , $3.85.
SoLDini 14(3)10c. ( )
TIN PLATE I. 0. , 10x14 , 223 , $7.40 ; T. X ,
10x14 , 225 , $9.25.
TIN PLATE Coke I. C. , 10x11 , 235 , J0.50.
STEEL NAILS Base , $3.00.
STKIL : WIUB NAILS Buso , $3.50.
WiitE Jap. barb , $3.00 ; galv. , $1.20.
Borax , He ; citrlo acid. 40 < < ? 51u > . tartarlo
arid , 42o ; carbolic acid , 8JC ( < illo ) : castor all ,
$1.20@1.28 ; b'alsum tolu , 80@3'c ) ; tonku
beans , $1,65@I.OO ; cubeb berries , $1.95 : calo
mel , 95c ; camphor , 45fi"IOc ; canthurides ,
$ l.2.'i@1.80 ; cassia buds , 17M2'Jo ' ; chloroform ,
50@52o ; ergot , 4550o : b'l.vcarlno , 2025o ;
gum arable , C0@93c ; bcopodium. 40l5o ( ;
mercury , SOe ; inorpnlno sulph , $2UO@3,16 ;
opium , $395 ; quinine , 85iSOo ( ; turpentine ,
64o ; linscoa , raw , 63c : boiled , Ulc ; Am-
saffron , 34c ; whlto wax , 60o ; yellow wax , 35c.
A I'iciny liner.
The ordinary notion of a doer is probably -
ably of ini unimnl of considerable bulk ,
but this prouu of mammals , iiko many
others , includes roprosonUttives of moat
vtiriod sizes , says the London News.
Ono of the very smallest members of
the group u little cr.otituro not much
moro than a foot in length is at pres
ent to bo scon in the Marsupial hospital
( which , by the way , shelters almost
fewer "marsupials" than any thing
else ) . It is known as Stanley's Choonv.
taln , and wub named by Dr. Gray after
Lord Derby { grandfather of the present
earl ) . who owned u magnificent ma-
nugorio , Apart from his cloven hoofs ,
this animal looks loss Iiko u door than u
small rodent or oven marsupial ; it
never possesses horns and the mala hns
n pair of very long curved canine teeth
in the upper jaw , which may perhaps
bo used for lighting. A much hioro re-
tnarkablo use has boon assigned to these
extraordinary developed tooth : it has
been siiul that the door too hotly pur
sued springs -into u tree and remains
suspended by its tooth until the pursuers
have passed by. This is , however , ono
of those statements which hardly ncod
refutation ,
'
l-'or iMnlnrln
tiso Horiford'a Acid PhoMilmto.
Dr. E. O. Davlos , Du Smct , Dak.snys : "I
have used It In slow convalescencennd pre
vention from icnlarlal diseases whore the
drinking water wnMbad ; 1 bollova It to bo
beneficial In preventing summer complaints ,
also ono of the best agents wo have to rectify
the bad effects nf the drinking water upon
the kidneys and bowels.
RUSSIA WITH US.
A KiiBsmn Olllolal Tnlki of tlio ItuU-
Thnt Might Hn Done.
A Berlin letter says : "In the course of u
discussion on the subject of tlio 1'iin-Atiiori-
can congress with ono of thu most Inlliientlal
and progrcssivo olllcluls of the Russian em
pire bo mailo the following remark :
"I cannot "Understand why the United
States nro going to &o much trouble nnd ex
panse to obtain nmrkcta in South America
nnd yet so entirely neglect to maku thn
slightest efforts to enter Into commercial
relations with us. You nro aware of our
warm sympathy for trio United States'nnd
you nro equally cognizant of our deep aver
sion to both Germany and England two
countries that arc inimical to Russia in
every way , and with wlncn wo nro bound to
go to war , sooner or later. Yet , notwithstand
ing this , almost our entire Import trade Is In
their bands , and it Is Russian gem which
contributes to tlio success of thclt manufac
turing and mining Industries. Of course
wo should immensely pro far that If any one
country Is to bo bcncllttea by our trade It
should bo our friend , the North Amenc.in
republic , rather than our Hfo-long enemies ,
Germany nnd England. For many years to
como our import trndo will naturally go on
increasing , for the industrial development of
our great country is but In ( ts Infancy. 1
have good reason to know that the anxiety
of our government to foster commercial re
lations xvlth America and to transfer our
Import trndo from Germany and England to
you on political ns well us economical
grounds would lead it readily to erant cer
tain reduction1) ) of tariff in the case of goods
from the United Stales.
'Must look at the Hold uliicli there Is for
American tr.ido. Over 40 per cent of the
ontlro enormous area of Russia is under
cultivation and devoted to agncultaro. which
as .Vet is carried on in the most primitive
fashion. Surely there is no reason why wo
should not obtain our agricultural imple
ments nnd machinery from you rather than
from England. At the present moment
almost nil. our locomotives , our steel rails
nnd our rolling stuck ara obtained
from England. It is but a year
or two slnco the minister of railroads
gave n single ordei * for 600 locomotives and
20,000 freight cars. Assuredly the United
States could have filled this order just cs
well ns the English. Indcod , tlio opportuni
ties in the metal trade nro cnormoup. Tto
demand for iron in Russia is vast , but our
native supply is little larger than that of
Sweden. The fact is that Russian iron Is of
n very inferior quality. It is smelted will
wood instead of coal. Moreover , our manu
facturors have not ns yet taken nnv consl -
cruDlu advantage of the sclrntittc.disuovcri < s
and experiments of the last forty years ; flml
then , too , the center of our metal trade , such
ns it Is , is in the Ural , whence transport is
both diftlcult und costly.
"Another article with which the United
States could supply us is coal. Wo require
an enormous quantity , and nt present nearly
all that is used is obtained from England.
Until recently wood fuelulono has boon used ,
but the terrific destruction of'tho forests has
ended by seriously alarming our govern
ment.
"Of course the great difficulty lies in the
fnct that there is no direct intercourse by
sea between our two nations. Of the 15.0UO
vessels that entered Russian ports last year
not ono bore the- American flag. The few
transatlantic goods that are shipped to us
nro landed at German ports nnd convoyed
from thcnco by mil t a great loss and ex
pense. A line of steamers running on altern
ate fortnights to Odessa on the BlucK sea
and Riga on the Baltic woulo vastly benefit
our trauo with you. Odessa is the lines ,
port of the Black sea in fact it is our Liver
pool. Riga is the best port of the entire
Baltic. Its winter harbor is open all the
year round. Riga is , moreover , the second
largest trading town of Russia , with n popu
lotion of 800,000 , in a vast agricultural can
tor where a great trade might bo done in
agricultural implements and machinery. It
is within 800 miles by rail of St. Petersburg ,
and forms tbo terminus of a direct line to
Moscow.
"Of course , I am only speaking as a pri
vate person , and not in my olllcial capacity ;
but personally I think that the above rea
sons , if properly presented to our govern
ment would bo of weight , not only in proem-
ing tariff advantages on American imports ,
but might oven lead our iieoulo to grant a
subvention to a Russo-Anicricjn line of
steamers. "
Ivprvo nmt Ijivor PIllH.
An important discovery. They act on the
liver , stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A no'.v principle. They speedily
euro billlousnoss , bad taste , torpid liver ,
piles and constipation. Spiondld for men ,
women nnd children. Smallest , mildest ,
surest. 80dososfor25 cents , Samples free
at Kuhu & Co.'a , 15th und Douglas.
SCHROEOER & DEAN
,
GRAIN
,
Bant FM Natal Bui ,
305 Soiilll I3III Street , . Omulin.
NATIONAL BANK
TJ. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NEB.
Capital if 100,000
SurpliisJtiii. 1st , 181)0 ) r.7,500
O1-T1CEH3 AND DIIIKCTOU3
HKNHV W. VATES , Prujlilont.
l.twiH'J. Itr.EH , Yico President.
JA ? . w. BAVAOP ,
\\.V.AItWSK.
JOHN 8 , COU.INS.
It , C. ( 'lIHIIINd ,
J. N. II. I'ATIUCK.
\V. II. H.lllMItr.i.Oi s'lto
THE IRON BANK ,
Cor. 12th and Karnain Rts.
A General Danklnj ; Ilusluos * Transacted ,
Wo olio rrcah anit ifll V l. IUy , Uruln. lldrWool ! ,
Orei'il und Hrlfil Krulti.VcKelnlilri.urniylhlnnyoilni
Imvo lo thin. Wi ltd u > for nrlrm or any Indmmtlmi you
lif eel. HIM ! AIT UN , SIOIllllMIN A , < < > . , fommU.luu
Mrrrhunli , 171 Haulhtulcrit. . , CMmico.
KirciiocK-MHrHrwIlli
Mention Omaua lleo.
STRICTURE !
Dissolved and Removed by Medlciue
NO INSmiJMKNTt ) .
Address PHYSICIAN ,
IJoxVOl , - - PIIOVIDKNCK , II. 1
llcntioa Omaha lice.
COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL BANK ,
Cnpttnl , - $4OOOOO
Surplus , - 40,000
Ofllcars and Director * K. M. MoMoirmn. fl
M. Hitchcock , Jo * . ( Inrnonu , Jr. A Ilonrr l
M Anderson. Win. u Mi ul. v. pn > .i I. II Will-
Inin * . A. 1' . Hopkins. preM A. Mlliard , cnsliler ;
K. H. llrynnt , nvijstnnt c.itlilcr. '
Doomnnd
7 , , JOSE8 A CO. ,
HucctMori to ItoeJ , Jones A Co.
Wholesale Manufacturers of Biots &Ste
for'llniton ' llubbcr She Co.,1108,1IM and 11X ( >
- -
U ru rau ll
Drowcra.
sronz . < - . iiKn ,
Lager Beer Brewers ,
1MI North KljfliUealh StN4l , Omnnn , N t > r i .
Cornlco.
EAOLE CORNICE
Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornice
\VInJoif-cni'i nnJ ratluMc krllahti. Jolm Kpcntlor ,
proprietor , tin nn.1 tUHuutb I0tt > tlrect.
Artists' Motorlnls.
A. UOSPK , Jr. ,
Arlisls' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
.Oiimim , Nobrnikn.
Coal , Coke , Etc.
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal.
209 Boulh nih lre t. Omalm. Nebraska.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. ,
Shippers of Coal and Cok
114 South 13th ilreot , Oumlift , Nobrn > k .
.
DEAN , ARisrtoNa & cat
Wholesale Cigars , '
iOJHorth Gtb Street. Omnba , Nob. "Hello" 1139.
Jf. E. SMl'uA CO ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions
' .OfuO 'uhllltlLHYl * O .H.
'
KILPATRICK-KOCII DRY GOODS CO. ,
Importers & Jokers in Dry Good ? , Notions
dentV Furnishing UooU. Cornar llth ana Uacnar
tienti , Omahfi. NobrnskA.
Furniture.
DEWEY & &TOXE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furnita
Furnam tr ) t. Omabn , Nobnuka.
CHARLES
Furniture ,
Omaha , .Nebraska.
Crooorlos.
ZfcCORD , 1JRAD'Y A CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
Uthnnd Laaveawcrth tt.-'ots , Omaha. Nebraska.
Hardware ,
HlMEliAtlOH & TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop
Iltcbanles Tools and lluffalo Sailcs. 1105 Oouglu
ilrect. Omaha , Ntb.
Lumbar , Etc.
JOHN A. WAKKFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc.
Imported nrt American Portlnm ! Cement. Statt
agent for Mllwituhao llrrtrnulle Cument
anil CJulnof WliH ? I.lmo.
CUAS. R. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwocd Lumber ,
Ifood carpets and parquet flooring. 8th and Uouglt
ireelft. Omalu , Nubrnslta-
MISSOURI MIXING CO. ,
Miners and Stiippers.pf Hard and Soft Coa
iUJ 1 Irst NHUCIIKI llnnlc Hull lint : , ( mmlm
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer in Lumiicr , Lath , Lime , Sash
Dotra , eto. Tanla-Cornor Ttii anil Douzln. Offlo
Corner Will nml DJimlas.
" * " " "
"FRED. w. a RAY ,
LnnHier , Lime , Cement , Etc , , Etc.
Cornci Dili and Uoualai UrccH , Oraalin.
rnilllnory and Motlone. . T
I. OttERFELDER & CO. ,
IfflporlBK & Jolliers in Millinery & Notions
X3,210 and 212 South 111U street.
Notions ,
J. T. JZO.D/A'SOiV NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furnisliiiig Goods ,
1134 Uarnoy elreot. Omaha.
Oils.
CONSOLIDATED TANK-LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
Axle Urtaac. etc. Omab * . A. II. Illshop ,
Papor.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paner Dealers ,
C rrr n nice ilock of pr.nllnif , wrapiilnir nnd writing
paper. Special atlcntlou Riven to cnrd paper.
Safes --to ,
A. L. DEANE A CO. .
General Auonts ( or
Hall's ' Safes ,
t mi nd 32.1 South 10th Bt. Omaha.t t
Toyq , EtO.
H. HARDY A CO. ,
Jobbers of
Toys , Dolls , Altos , Fancy Gooas ,
onia Furoliulne Ooodt. Children' * Carrlizo. 12CB
harimrn stre t,0malii . fiob.
Agrloulturnl Implomonto.
LININOER < METCALV CO. ,
Aplcnlt'l ' Implements , Wagons , Carriagea
llUMlos , to. Wholoulo. Oniaha.Nobrnika.
Li. S. WIXD ENOINK Os PUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplier
llalllrtaj win ! mllli , S18 and UJono ) ! 3t,0mati ,
U.IMloii. Acting Munnner.
BHOWNELL il'c'O ,
Enfc Boilers and General Machinery ,
work , ilcom puupi. < avr ra'.IU. ' 1313-1JU
, Uianlia.
Iron WorU.
PAXTON & VIBRLlKd'TRON
Wrought and Cast iron Building Work ,
Knifliio , trfti ! work , general fOJiiilrr , machine , auj
lilackimllb work , omco anil work , . U , 1' . llr.
and lltU , U tUmiliq.
OMAHA s IRON 'women ,
Hanf'rs ' of Fire and Bnrglar Proof Safes ,
Vault * , jail work. Iron ( button and flrj oicapia ,
O. Andisen , prup'r. Cor. llth and Jan , on tits.
fiaBh.JPporB Eto j
3f. A. JDISDROW A CO. ,
WhoIeiM * mF.uuf ctur r ! if
Saih , Door , Blinds and .Mouldings ,
Drench office , Utk and Itard itrooU , Oaiaba , Neb.
SOUTH OMAHA. !
STOOK YARD co.t
Of Sootynalit Limited ,