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    tHE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
TOeat Figures Rally for a Little While ,
but Pall Back.
THE CORN MARKET WAS NARROW ALL DAY ,
.A Decided Drop In Onts Another
Quint Day In the Provision IMt
Mnrkct for Jlog Pro-
UuctH Open Btciuly.
CniCAfio , JiinoZl. [ Special Tclcsrum toTnr.
Ilr.K.1 There vai little pond support totho
nlicut nmrkct today. L nK before noon prices
were n fraction uii < ler tlio bottom points of
yostoriliiy. Hero It wns caught by the put
lirlco nnil n very nlco llttlo rally followed.
The HtreiiRtb did not hold , however , iind be
fore 1 o'clock prices were olT nearly us much
HH at tlio curly decline. Thuro was no very
dccNIvenow.s and thcptt bccaniodiill uttliiics.
Tohpyln with , cables wcru ) < c lower on spot
and future's. Then there wcru more reports of
new wheat moving to nmrkct. and this especi
ally infected St. Louis , where the prices
were oir IHo nt ono tlnio. . Al
though Now York sent dispatches
that 700.005 bushels had been taken to load before -
fore July 0 , and II vo boat loads of fresh uusl-
nesH today , there were no actual clearances
from that port. On tlio bull Hide IIOWH fioin
the iiortliwent told of an extreme rainfall , rust
and other calamities. Homo 25,000 bushels of
cash wheat worked hero for export , with In
quiry for much more. William Dunn cabled
thai conditions on the other side wcro becom
ing moro bullish. A prospect of Increased
ntoriigu was cleared away by
the announcement that tliu Itook
Inland and .Santa Fo syntonis
would not Increase the ratcn. Others areex-
pcoted to do likewise. Local trade was pretty
well divided. Ita.vlcr. MeDoimld anil Heam
were Duylng freely at times , llnldwln and
Farnum Hold early. Gilford sold a block and
llulehlnson wim the leading m'ller. July
wheat sold b5o to 85 > ie to 84 c to Kie to 81) ) Jo at
1 o'clock ; August 857iC to 85u to Koliu to b5Uu :
Beptember NiJio to 85ie tob'OUc toMic : Decuin-
ber 87Hc to bflio to 7Ho to 876. Wheat re
covered hutUuto lie from the bottom prices at
the close. June 8IUc. July UI7ic , August RV.io.
beptemborfcOUe and Uceember WXc. Vessel
agents report that room was engaged for 100-
OO'J bushels of wheat hero' today. Now York
reported eleven loads taken for export. On
the curb July whoatnold utM.'io lo85 > c. 1'rlv-
llcgea and puts , Sljfo to 81 c ; calls , 85ic ; to
.
The corn market was narrow today , Uecelpts
were about as expected. The estimate for to
morrow was 4K5 ears. The outward move
ment continues largo. Among speculators
tncro was a deslro to get out of July ami take
tieptemhor. linker & Co. ottered to exehango
at ITtodllTcioncc. June held Nteady at 3lic ! ;
July sold lit IIPjo ; August , 35Qa5Jict closing at
SOo bill ; September , : ' 0SnNo. :
There was a decided drop In oats today.
July was neglected early whllo other months
Bold lower. Then Ilutchtnsoii , Logan & Co.
and Harvey attempted to get out of July and
the result WIIH a slump In the price. July
Bold 28 ! $ to 87Mo. closing at 27 eJunu ; was
( ( noted at8T14c at tlio eloio ; August sold at
27e to 8JJo ( ! to 20 ? c ; September at 20 0 to 20&o !
to aiUu.
Tills \vas another ijulot day In the provision
pit. Dlspatehcs gave 84,000 ho.B . at the yards ,
and prices were 8ic ! to 5c up onan aetlvo
market. This caused the market for products
to open steady. There was pretty good local
buying of short ribs early , but Mr. llulehln-
EOII was a heller later. The offerings of lard
were pretty free. July uork sold at $12.G < Ki
12,70 , closing at $ I2.5. > . with no Important
changes In other months. Lard closed 5c
lower for July and September and July ribs
Blic oil' at 15.U5.
_
emu. mo AI
OniCAno , Jtinu 21. [ Special Telegram to Tun
BKE.I OATTI.K Kecolpls were about eiiually
divided between natjlvo and Texans , or say
1,000 each. The general market opened steady ,
best natives selling early fully as strong as
yesterday , but late sales were rather lower
than at the opening. Tc.xnns sold steady from
the opening to the close , /'spot-hilly for host
fat steen- , but Homo lots of thin cows and o.'in-
fliTd sold a shade lower. A big run of Texans
caused a slight down turn on the low gradesof
natlvo butchers' stock. lluslness was
light In the stockcr and feeder line , but prices
ihoned no particular ehango as eompared
with last week. Although receipts show a
falling off of 4,000 as compared with tills time
' last week , there H so far but slight Improve
ment to the general market and no great Im
provement Is antlclpalcd. Choice to extra
beeves , J4.5IX3.4.85 ; medium to good Meors ,
I.ILV ) to 1,500 Ibs. , JM.KKftUO ; 1,200 to 1,350 Ibs. ,
13.SOSM.20 ; to 1,800 Ibs , $ : i.50 < a4.K ( ) ; stookers
and feeders , t U UK ) ; cows , bulls and mixed ,
ll.50ffy.0 : ! ; bulk , i8.2WJi2.40 ; slop-fed steers ,
M.Wfl.nO ; Texas steers , $2.40(53.60 ( ; cows , $2.00
32.83.
HOOT lluslness was active , with a slight ad
vance In values of not more than 5c , but bulk
told readily af.'lic lilgher. There were fewer
it , 1.751111(1 ( moro at &I.M ) than yesteiday for
the best mixed. Pi line heavy iissortcd , $ I.b84 }
to t..b5 ) ; light sorts , $3.75 to $1.80.
'J X.I XV J.I L.
VniiK. June 21. [ Special ToleRram to
Tin : IlKK.l The day In stocks opened with the
beam In the dumps. There Is a clear KWltch-
IIIK to the bullhldoall iilini ! ; the lino. Latent
forces appear to be niovln . The strength In
Uould specialties has been Inlluentlal In turn-
In ) ? the tide. Trust stocks , so far as they
affect the railroad list , are helping just at
present to lift the prices. The Improved ac
tion of the market before noon was a llttlo In
dicated at the opcnhiK. The start was
dull , especially for iho regular list ,
* iiwl while a firm tone prevailed
fluctuations were very small all stocks , with
the except ton of Flint itl'oro Marque tie. ranK-
Im ; over less than Yt percent. Suparwas iiRaln
the only feature. altliouKh there waseompara-
tlvoly large business In Atehlson , and It sup
plied the only point of Interest Inthoentlro
market. AfteropenlnK up ! 4 at T2 , ItJiirther
advanced to 72 ? , but the report was Then re
ceived that a decision adverse to the trust had
been bunded down , und It sold elf Immedi
ately to704. That was thooxtcntof tint dam
age , however , and a sharp recovery to 72 fol
lowed. This was continued further and It
touched 73U later In the hour. Still later It
was learned that the decision did not refer to
the main question of the trust at all , and at
noon tlio pilcn was up to 74'ie. Hock Island ,
Atchlhon and Missouri I'aelllc led the railroad
HtocUs , and the hist named ro o to 74H , Heiul-
Ing was up ? to V > \ \ , The Improvement ro-
eordcd In stocks at noon did not hold. Sugar
vent olT to the closing price last night , 7I4.
Chicago ( las broke doun from > ' to W . Tlio
dividend Is as yet an nnuortalnty. All active
railroad slocks weakened from the licit fig
ures , but closed with slight gains. Total sales
were 1- . " > , ( (10 ( shales ,
The following were the closing quotations :
MONKV Easy , : t.1 per cent.
I'IIIMK MKKCANTILK 1'Ai'iut
5187 per cent.
HTKUUNII K.XCIIANIIK Quiet , steady : sl.xty-
duy bills , $ I.M ; demand. Jl.bS.
SI. [ Special Telegram tel
l Tlio following are the mining stock
quotations : _
Alleo 2.V ) IlnjnSllvor 25
Con. Cat. \ Vn 475 Iron Silver UU
Ciiuimiiimtnllb SM N. Comiiionwi-altii. . I )
Doailwootl T 12i Occlilo.Ual us
Ik'I.Monta luo 1'lm-nlx. Arli n\
lluri'kiiCon iio ) Suitor Orouk IM
llonu'itaku luu Union Can mxj
1'lCOlt VVK M.
CincAnn , Juno : i. 1IS : p. m. close Wheat
rirnuciibli , 6lic ) ; July. K4Jio | August , B5i ! ©
o Corn Stoudyj cash , ai4cj ! July. 3lio.
Oata-Kasyi cash.snio ; July , S7 ? c.
Hyo-Stoady at4UJ4c ,
Hurley Quiet.
PriiuuTlniutliy-UulI at f 1.3331.33.
Max ll.ao.
Whlsltv-II.OO.
1'ork Dull ; cash , H2.Mi July. | 3.CO.
Lard Dulli cash. * > V77H ! Julv. M.N ) .
Klour--liill ) and easier ! dealers asked
I I.WB.1.33 for patentH In hiirrels , fa.ef iw,75
for bakers , W.73&1.S3 for btral lit , unit ! MU ®
i.M for winter.
I'rovlsloni Shoulders MOCXiW.lOj bhort clear.
l3.40 J.43j short , rlhn. .1.00. '
Hutter rirmur ; creamery , Il < 3l5o ; dnlry ,
Uhoeio Sloadyt full cream Cheddars and
nat8.7H74eiOUIIR Americas. fcGHUc.
8 < - < c : cukn. 4'.c.
KgK Wvuh ; wvntcrn ,
„ , Uei'ulnts. Shlpm'ts.
J h'ur , u.wo 8.otx )
JVbeat. . . , , . JS.OM 7.000
Porn , , 314.ooo & 77.000
ULVlN 147,6"0
NKvrYoilrt.JunoSI.WhcntHeeclpts , 51.500
buMii'N ! Mxit iinii'Ulril , cUnliiz Mrudlpr ! No ,
8 ml. Ifl'i'ifni'io ' ' In elevator ; O-VfttlV-io nlloatt
I'l'tWiNi'sO ' f u 111 opt loin liinii June , elosltitf
Corn Itocclpt * . 7C.500 bualipls ! export" ,
3l2,7.VliMicl ) ) ! M > ot cinlcr ; No. 2. 4UJ ( @ lc In
clcvntiir ; ll' ' MPic nflont ; unarnitcu mixed ,
4W."ulj ( option * lower ; Juno rlmlni ? HO'c.
Outs KecolptM , M.KX ) bushels : exports , W-
1UO ; spot lower ; No. 2 white , iHffcrt ; mixed
western. IliriWIc ; whlto wp-Uerntl4lot : options
c li'r | .lunuclosing iitici'tc. . ,
. CorTuc-Optlotis I'loicil burnly itcaily nnd
11 21) ) points down. .Sales : Ul,2. > 0 Ij.izs ; June ,
tlT.aV/MT.IIO ; July. 110.7.V310.00 ! spotrlo wciiUi
( itlrciii'Koi'x tJO.OO.
MiBiir tlnvr , lower ! fair rcflnlnc , < Voi con-
trldik'nlsim test , tt.Hc ; rcllncd lower ; ; A , 4''tit
fa. " , wliltuuxtrik Anv9.Vtoi off A , fla-ICo ; out
loiif. 0'ic ; puwdeieil. 1:1-1U : ; crinnlited. : : H-II.
Petroleum United clrHed for.Itil.v at. S'J > ( c.
K tf Cliotco llrm ; western. l4iuUUc ! <
I'ork-.xu'ntiy ; mesi , lii..V)3HW : ) . . .
Lartl ICusler ; western Htcum , t4.02i ! ; July.
Hutler Plrin ; EK'In. IWJIOiic ; western
dairy , r/3llc ; creamery , bOlfic.
Cheese Easier ; western , 7fiSc.
ST. Iouis > . Juno 21. Wheat Lower ; caih ,
e5c ; July. Mite.
Corn-l-lrm ; cn li.33 > iei Julye : c.
Oats Lower ; ca h , ss'jc ; JulySSc.
1'ork Steady atlll."iO.
Lard Nominal at i.YfVi.
Whisky Hteady at $1.00.
Hutter rirm ; dairy , UQlSc ; creamery , 11
. . Juno 24. Sample wheat slow ;
\7lntt ( lonuiiul there wns was for liettor cradcs.
O'losln : No. llnird. June and July , 82'ic ; on
tnick.KVSS.'ii-Jci No. i northern. June and July.
8IXc ; on track , Sllitc ; No. S northern , June and
July , 78c ; on track , 'bftSOc.
KANSAS OITV , Junc24. Wheat Lower ; No. 2
hard , cash and June. We ; July , fiOc.
Corn Lower ; No. S hard , cash , LD e ; June ,
Uals-Steady ; No.S , cnsli , 23.c ; Juno , 23 0
bid.
Mir.WAUKF.K. Juno 24. Wheat Qulctj No. 2
spring , ciiNli. 81iUliu ! ; July , Sic.
Corn I'Irm ; No. II , We.
OntH Hteiuly ; No. 2 white , 23Uffi30c.
Hye Qutut ; No. 1. In storur 47u.
Hurhty-Cjuli'l ; No. 8 , 47o.
Provisions Kaslur ; pork , ciisli , Il2.fi5.
CINCINNATI , Juno 81. Wheat Steady ; No.
2 tuil.&V ! .
Corn Klrin ; No. 2 mixed. S'Wc.
Outs firm ; No. 8 mixed , ao.'idWlo
\VhlsUy-41.W ) .
LiVKiti'onfj , Juno SI. Wheat Dull ; holders
olTur moderately.
Corn Klim ; demand fair ; mixed western ,
now , Us Oiic per cental.
K STOCK.
OIUCAOO. Juno 21. Oattlo Hecolpts , 7.500 ;
market steady ; beeves , $ I.50OI. & " > ; steers , 13.50
ffl4.40 ; stockers and feeders. K.4033.UO ; cows ,
bulls and mixed , Jl.IWtUlk ) ; Texas cattle , $2.00
ffli.OO. :
Hogs Ilocolpts , 24.5TO ; run rkct strong , clos
ing weak ; mixed. il.ii53.35 ; heavy , $ XOOQ3.b3 ;
light , s.ur > iM.jj ! ) skips , ja.wi.4o. ( :
Sheep Receipts , 5,000 ; market steady ; na
tives. 'I.OO5.5'J ' ; westerns , Jl.50 3.10 ; Tcxaus ,
J.8.Viil.40 ; lambs. * 5.0Jffi7.00.
ST. LOUIS , Juno ' . ' . Onttlo Kreelpts. 5,300 ;
shipments. JIOi : ; market stronger ; fair to
fancy native stuors , Jl.lwai.tOi - btoekera and
feeders. J8.80a.i.bO. :
Hogs Receipts , 1,103 : shipments , 400 ; mar
ket steady ; heavy , j..03Q'J.17ii ) ; pucklnB , $3.00
(23.73 ( ; light , J3.UOSJ.70.
KANSAS Cm" , June 21. Cattle Itccolpts.
0,0'JO ; .shipments , 3.7IK ) ; market steady and
higher ; steers , J3.BOS4.50 ! cows , * 1.003.50 ;
sloekers and feeders. $ ' . ' .lKi3.75.
Hogs Receipts , , 8,600 : shipments , none ; mar
ket weak to steady ; all grades , $3.50(33.00. (
O 31 A 11 A K STOCK.
Cuttle.
Tuesday , Juno 24.
Estimated receipts of cattle l..IX ' ) . compared
with 1,050 yesterday and 3.S1I3 Tuesday of last
week. The market opened slow and. un
changed. Buyers were not anxious to plek up
stock on the market yet the sales of steers
woiu made at prices not varying from yester
day's. Kalrly liberal receipts of cows gave
buyers chances to select. .Most of the cows
changed hands early In the day at steady
prices. Together with the hold-overs the
marliotwas well supulled with stockers and
feeders. The market was slow and sagging.
Hulls remained unchanged and ealvesteady. .
Estimated receipts of IIO.TS 0,500. compared
with 3.317 yesterday and 11.143 Tuesday of
last week. The market opened 5B lower , clos
ing steady with all sold. The ranjio of the
Ill-Ices was t3.45-a3.tiO. Llv'htfi.l.Vfti.'W'.i : : ; mixed.
* 3..VK&'I.05 ; heavy , J3.553.00. The average of
the price of hogs was 4.1.5:1 : ! j compared with
$3.01 and 83.50 Tuesday of last week.
Sheep.
Estimated receipts of sheep 430 , compared
with 447 yesterday. The market remains
steady with good muttons In demand ,
Prevailing 1'riocs.
The following Is a table of prices paid In
this market for the graduof stock mentioned :
I'rlmosteeis. 1HUO to 1IV)0 ) IDs . $1.33 Cjil.OO
Good steors. 18.VJ to 14.V ) Ibs . 4.20 ® 4.45
( ! oed steers , lovj to I3K ) Ibs . 3.85 @l.w :
Common. 100U to 115J Ibs . 3.50 CW.75
Commimeanners . 1.00 ( & 2.UO
Ordinary to fair cows . 1.0'J < tO'J.35
Kulrto gooilcows . l.HO CfcJ.05
Good to eholeo cows . 2.75 ff l. I.ri
Choice to fanvvcows . 8.U3 < WIC > 5
Kalrtogood bulls . 1.75 0(8.03
Choleo to fancy bulls . 2.3J ( TM.55
Light stookers and fceder-i . 2.W © 3.25
l''eeders. 050 to 1100 Ibs . 2.1K ) 4(13.03 (
Kalr to choice light hogs . 3.55 { (3.00
l-'ulr to eholeo heavy hogs . 3.IX ) ( ui.071i ) ;
1'alr to choice mixed hoes . 3.571iW1.02ii
lions.
The following table show * the raiuo of
prices paid for hogs :
Kalr to eholeo llirht hogs . $ . ' ! 45 03 60
Kalr to choice heavy . 3 ( ! 85'i ! 'l 115
Kalr to eholeo mixed . 355 ( ffi.1 W )
Prime fat sheep . 5 01 ff4 * > 40
Good fat sheep . 450 565 30
Common to medium sheep . 3 OJ 461 25
Comparative Tables.
The following table sho.vs . the range In
prlcesoa ho.s during thh and last week :
Tills Week. Ij\st Week ,
Monday W 4S (3.1 ( CO
Tuesday 3 IJ CW CO 3 40 U3 IU
Wednesday.
Tlmrnilay. . . S ; )
Krlday
ijaliinlay. . . . 3 Ki'iilS U
I'rioo ol' Uo s.
Showing llm average prlca p ild f ir lovl-i of
hogsontlio.lay.sla.llu.itoJ In I8i ? , ISJf , Hi } and
ibuo :
Highest ami Liuwost Sales ol'
Today. Yesterday.
Highest . * 1 00 Hlirho.st . . . .fcl 07J !
Lowest . U 4 : > Lowest . 353
Sloulc Ileuelpl.s.
Omclal Yesterday Kstlmated Tnilar.
Cattle. . . . Ki ours. 1.11 ( ) Oattlo. . . . 01 cars. 1,000
Hogs , . . ? U enrs. . a.U7 : Hogs . . _ It.'icars , ii. vhi
Sheep Jicars. 417 Slicoii 2 cars , i'M
llorbes. . . . 8 curs , SIS Iloracs S cars , 47
AvoriiRO Cost or ilo < < < .
The following t-iblo gives tliu avor.igo ooit
otho son thodatu * muntlonu I , lnuludltr { tie !
costto'.lay , as based upoa s-iloi reported :
Junes : i 70 Juno is n so
JunoU U ( t ! Juno 14. _
Juno 4 ! 1 Mil Juno UK. ' ; ; ; . ' ; . " ; ; ; 3 Kii'j
June n : i.r > 0 J line 17 : i M
Juno ti ; ini4' ? Juno Irt : t 45
Juno 7 a SOU Juno in : i 47
Juno I ) . a.IS Juno'-M , . U 5 * 1
Juno IU : i I JitnerL'l Jl , VJ
Juno 11. . . U U UI
f Stock.
filiowlh ? tlio nuiubar of oattle , ho s and
ftlicnp bought by the loading buyers on to
day's market :
OATTI.K.
Swift & Company 473
The U. II. Hammond Co 231
The Armour-Cmlahy I'ackln Oa 18.1
I.CD Kotl chllil 405
Hamilton & Stephen 18
ilonton& Undurnood 11
7s els Morris 8
lliHikur& Uepan Ml
l.ohmaun&Traiiormann / 41
Other lluyers 4S
itoas.
The Armour-Oiidahy 1'auklng Co 3.300
Onmlm 1'aoklns Co a/jss
Hwlft cCo 791
ThoO. II. Hammond Co " i i
J.I'.ijijulros& Co , . , ( at )
ItcproHiiiitatlvo Sales.
DHMSKO Iir.Kk' STEKIIS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. 1'r. No. Av. Pr.
5 . fS ri 00 21. ,1103 M H 20..11M J.1 III
IU. . IKU a so 10. . 1078 a no S..1140 4 00
i. . iimo a sea 47. . IMS a no * ' 4 00
a. . 1010 a no : u..iau a 10 8l'.lUa
. . - 20..1142
ic a 05 so. . 1070 I..143J 4 0.1
U7tl 3 G5 SO. . 1050 a K5 ( ' 4 m
1040 3 7.1 19. . 11X15 3 h.1 17. 1174 i 15
. . a tu ; I..IIINI a M 30..U-4T 4 V3
24. . 701 3 60 16 .11M a W
snirriNO AMD KXI-OUT
1 1SSO a 50 rx > . .1337 4 15 01..1367 4 23
V5..10JO U 71 1V..1S74 i li 87..1331
\TESTEIIN CATTLE.
No. A v. Pr.
7 steers , dressed hoof 1100 M 25
1 steer , ilre cd bcqf 1(100 ( 3 05
G3stccrs. tlicssctlbccf 1207 3 i > 5
1 cow , 40 250
H7steers , ghlpplnz I''io 1 13
2 Nice , shipping 1503 3 50
68 steers , shipping 11172 4 05
80 steers. dipping Uld 4 05
Standard Cattle Company ;
S > l liclfurtt 752 340
30 heifers C'J3 340
110(18.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Ph. Pr.
10 'Ml t.'l 45 Crt 250 40i62i : {
10 Sia 40 345 10 253 I''O Ufl'JiJ
02 2111 SO 3 15 03 84S 40 352J4
05 213 200 3474 ! 01 201 M 3M54
70 220 SO 350 4S 201 130 352J
G 241 120 350 15 211 35854
r.2 2iii 40 : i5o c ; : wi so araji
C'J 24,1 200 350 57 2C.O 120 355
50 802 40 350 54 1105 120 353
f'0 2:17 : 200 350 48 21 353
C2 214 200 351) 48 2M ) 355
CO 831 120 3.V ) 00 211 355
7 2li4 350 54 271 200 355
KI 278 200 3.7) n 200 120 355
50 220 12d 350 55 2.V1 tO 353
50 272 240 350 65 Jill ! 60 355
51 201 tO 350 5 272 355
" ' 854 80 350 01 SOU 40 3.V >
" 7 224 120 350 63 : iffi 11V ) 3 55
01 801 40 350 CO 833 40 355
07 208 40 350 50 IlllO 280 355
IM 2 : 1 40 350 50 80S 40 35.1
02 211) SO 350 C2 805 tO 355
CO 2.H. M 350 01 250 80 353
05 234 100 3 50 ( ii 281 60 355
01 EC ! 350 67 311 355
57 fflil 200 350 4 ! ) 312 355
03 2-'l ) 10 350 20S 2U1 200 355
GO 204 120 350 51 3:17 : bO 355
00 2t ! ) 40 350 01 2K ! ) 40 355
00 253 ICiO 350 Oil 210 80 355
El 240 40 350 68 280 80 355
l'8 21 60 350 04 yjO 355
71 212 350 55 23rt 40 355
02 240 200 350 ' 5i ( 287 80 355
0(1 ( 8ttl 12) ) 3524 ! CJ 270 40 355
52 2H(1 ( IH ) 3 ftJH 6U 277 ItW 355
! 82(1 ( K'pO 352'/ 51 ' 2 120 355
IS 231 40 352S1 5U 2 H 80 355
07 257 40 3 Ji2J ! 50 314 KM 355
02 2t'J ! ' 120 3 52i ! 02 205 60 385
Oli 2M ( 280 352' , } 51 870 355
01 870 801) smi57 ; W4 ro ; ) v >
I" 848 80 38254 00 2(17 ( 80 385
IIS 85 ! ) 1GO 352(4 ( 01 278 40 355
7 210 40 352'i ' 183 28 ! ) 400 383
KI 81W 80 352'/i 4 ! 241 ! 80 355
511 8.V1 40 3 88 ! J 812 270 Ill'iO 355
OJ 2,1 ! ) 40 362'i 1U8 SOU 100 355
71 85 ! ) 60 35854 43 We ! - 3 55
8u'so : i58'j 55 aa 120 355
00 271 IIX ) 3M54 63 8li ! ) 120 383
0.1 832 200 3 82 ! 4 13 Itt ) 3 57'i
01 257 80 3 , ' > - > ' / 42 XH 357'i '
5 ! ) 8S4 ! ( 3525J 58 31S 357'i
71 851 180 35254 IX ) 272 3571/
.
( . . . . . . 80 352J4 4 ! ) : t > 8 60 3.Wit
51 2 120 3 M4 ! ( i ! 2SI 60 35754
70 82(1 ( 352'50 801 3 575i
08 848 100 352(4 ( 85 800 100 357' ;
8U 21 ! ) 38314 53 2I8 ! bO 35754
CO 2.V. 100 35254 50 2I4 ! 8U 357' .
57 8SI 120 35-4 ! II'.1 122 ! 40 35754
CJ 253 80 353'4 ' 55 III ! ) 320 3B7J1
I" 2.-I1 120 3524 47 IH11 60 3iw"
51 208 200 382J4 48..327 80 3W (
58 240 35255 5'J 31U . 300
STAOS.
1 310 1 50 1 5M 200
Market Mention.
HOJJS lower.
Cattlubtoudy.
SI. Muukoy marketed a car of hogs from
Kiistls.
O. Vim Patten of Button marketed a car of
cattle.
IA. . Morris was In from Aurora with a car
of lion's.
Henry Perrlno of Ilecmer was In wlth'a car
of eatllu.
Charley Wuluh had a car of cattle up from
Paplll m.
Titus & Terliunoseet up a ear of hogs from
LItehlleld.
A. T. Nlehols sent In a car of hojjs from
Lltuhlield.
W. T. Hlcklcy sent In two cars of hogs from
Coiuiiibus.
T. Tli'i-noy sent down a car of cattle from
llioen ! : llu\v.
li. J. I'ulton L'liina In from Phillips with eight
cars of cattle.
Miitcalf fc Wood of York had a car of hogs
on tliu market
Halibut .t Kvans had hogs on the market
from South llend.
W. A. I'lnhijt had a car of hogs on the mar
ket , from Urccnuood.
Hus-sel Gates was hero with seven cars of
cattle from Ravenna.
.loiheph Palmer had a car of hogs on the
the market from Surprise.
M. .T. lluruhy of Pni-tland , DIP. . Is the guest
of his biolher. J. P .Murphy , at the yards.
ppolls , t K'lostcrman , heavy dealers of
David Olty , sent In a ear of hogs from Iloll-
wood.
Dalllnc & Kelly had a car of to | > hogs on the
maiketfrom Uairlson. Mr. Mailing came In
with them.
George II. I.cmeks , the well known Ilanscn
stockman came In with two cars of cattle and
one of hiius.
A. P. Stafford , of Ihollvo stock commission
firm of Merion ft .Stafford , Nebiaska Ulty , was
hero looking over the yards.
lr. ) L. 1C. ( Joodoll of Wllhur , came down with
four cars of fat cattle. The doctor still has
about 100 head on feed. Lute rains have Im
proved the small grain crop mid the corn Is
growing bo fast you can almost see It.
OMAHA irJIOLKNALE 3IA.11K.ETS.
Produce.
CoilN'
HAV-f8.lKKail.00.
IIIIAN $11.00.
l-'isn Perlb : Perch , 7o ; buffalo , 7oj perch ,
7c : pickerel , 8cj pike. Do ; trout , tie ; white , "Jo :
eropple. Uo ) : eat llsh , lie ; cod steak , 12c ;
lloundiii'M , iiu ; ; Uregon salmon , 15u ; black bass ,
15c ; lobsters , IHc.
AlM'I.K ItUTTKIl Per 11) ) , MiSf.
Wool , Kino unwa.shrd , lliiiliic ; medium 1111-
wasbed , IMf.'lo ; course unwashed , lN$20u.
Iliins : , PKT.TS ANO TA'M.OW Green salted
hides , sjtfttiv ; dry salted hides , Cc ; dry Mint
hides , H'.i Se ; calf hides. 41i7'ic. Damaged
hldi's2c loss. Sheep pelts , green , each. We ©
$1.23 ; sheen polls , dry , per Hi , Otfcllc ; tallow , A
No. I , 4c : No. 2 , Ifit'l.'ioi grease , white , 3i ! < i4le ;
yellow , iit'JWe. '
HONKS ( Qiiotiitlonnaro for dollvcry In Chi
cago. ) Dry bull'alo , per ton , $ li.OO18.UO ( ; dry
eountry , bleached , JIO.nfKS ) 13.00 ; dry country ,
damp and meaty , IS.Wkrsio.oo.
.lniH : < : i' < if lo per 11) ) .
DIIK.SSKII VIAI ; < I'hulco medium , 037o ; light ,
53'5c ; huuvy , 4 i5o.
IIINHKKII OnHaw. . me ; boiled , fi3e.
Uiuiiu Per bbl , rollned , W.X ( ) ; half bbl. $ 'l.23 ;
hai-d older , pure , per bbl , t3.mi ; oraiiKO elder.
half bbl. * 7.X ( ) : pear elder , half bbl , $7.00. '
I'OUI.TUV Per dozen , choice hens , $ 'I.OOW1.W ) ;
choice mixed , $ J..W3.W ( ; rooiturs. $2.50fii'.75
spring ehlekenf. f-.WkJW.'ii for small ; $2.2.Vii.oo ( ;
for iiifdlnm ; tJ.5uQI.oo for large ; live turkeys ,
J
perlb , ixaioe.
HUTTKIICreamery , fancy rolls , print , IfiQ
Ifl'/ic ; ei-eamery , fanoy , solid paekedM517o ;
'
und prints , 12ito : ; dairy , fanuy t > olld packed ,
10U'o ! dairy , eholeo , uaiOo ; country roll ,
funey. 6K ! ! ; choluo. 7 < aSo ; Inferior , 85e.
Kims 10'4'Sllo ' poriUueu for strictly fresh :
stulu stoek not saleable.
CIIKKSK 1'anuy V. A. , full oream , lOiSQlio ;
full cream twins , Ui@l05iu ! ; eholeo full
oroam twins , tv9)iOu ) ; skims , o io ; Swiss do-
inostl'ul5Q17ullmlurger ; , fancylo18c ; urluk.
Hand picked navy , Il.Ooai.W ; hand
picked nnvy.MiL'dliim , * I.,7/itl.W ( : hand picked
country , $1.40 1.00 ; good clean. 1 1.10 ® I , a.
OAi.H'OiiNiA GliKKinr.s PerlO-lb box. $1W6
l.M ; Kouthern per Lm f..002.50 ; Oregon , I1.40U
' '
'A'I-IIICOTS 20-1U crates , t2.00ffi2.23 ,
1'KACHKS-Arkansas. M bu box , $1.0031.50.
I'INKAITf.KH I'ur doKM&I.W. .
OitANdcs 1'crbex. Mediterranean sweets ,
$1.75 ; IXM Angeles. $1.00 ; fancy Duarte seed
lings , $1.50 ; Itcxll , W.oo .il.W.
hKHo.NHPur Iwx. Messina , fancy , $0.50 7.00 ;
strictly choice , J3.50SO.OO ; extra fanoy lemons ,
BTiiA'wuuiiuiEH-l'e -citcase , choice shlp-
plng stock , $ . ' .7.V 3.25 ; good , tlM&SM.
. ,1A18il"l'l""isKwb ! : ' ft.O > a > ' . ' .5J. per 24 pt cusoi
bluck , $2.50rai.iX3 por24 ot case.
lli.ACKiiEitiiiErt- t.'I.OJ per24 ( it case.
( lOOHKuKiuuKrt Two btialiel stand. (3.00.
OocoANUTS--l'er hundred. li.OO.
, per bbi , 15.W ; imall , W,50i
, I * 50) ) C. nnd II. cJiow cho\f ,
t't'r 100. HB.007WVOO.
- Per doz , W.rH'l ( .00.
VWIBTAIII.KS New wiuthcrii. union" , per bbl ,
H.no new southern | ) u.nloo < i:9L.V : ) tier bul.
TOVATOKSi'uH'hmlci'tvrMc. . .
TOVATOKS- . K.s.vstS V ) .
Pun Aim-Cut loaf. ' 'tcchlKT \ ei standard ,
powdered , "He ; \\\X. powdered , 6es granu
lated. CUc ; confectioners Anfltiui climax XO ,
OJ.DJ Nebraska XC , Cie ! ; mubcr , 6 , ' u | Canary
t ) . 5'ie.
COKKRE Orcen Tancyjjoldcn Hlo. 23c ;
fancy old pealcrr\,2lJq ) ! ! Iclrt , eholeo to fancy ,
23ic ? ; Klo. prime , 23ct UlivKrtod. 83'4c ' ; Juntos
and common Uln , IlxiBilc ; > Mocha , 2Kj ! ; Java ,
pcnulno O. O. , 891:1 Java < } ; oed Interior , 85c ;
African. 22 ! < c. , ' ,
COITKK Hoastcd Arlina , 25Jici Ilunoln ,
25 ioj McLauglilln XXX\ . ,55.'ie ; Ocrman ,
23hc ; IMIworfli's. 2-VSc ; l.lrtn. 25Hc ; Mall-
) ioiicii,25ic ; Moehn,34o , O. G. Javu , ; etc.
FAIIINACKOUS Uoorm-Uurloy , 3U ; farina.
Ce ; pca , 3 ° ! oatmeal , lUWic ; nmearont , lOc ;
vermicelli , lOc ; rice , 4KOle ; sneo and tapl-
ovii. ( iii7c ; lima beans , Cc ; split peas , 3c ;
UANNUU Goons-Fruits. California standard
brands. 254-lb. per doz Apricots. tl.70ffil. [ > 5 ;
apricots , pfc fruit , 11.5'J ; gallons. 14.50s black
berries. tt.25 ! cherries , black , I2.ooa2.25 ; cher
ries , white. (2.2Vit2.50 ! prune * , Jl.05f6l.80 ; pears ,
llartlett , (2.10(82.85 ( : peaches , ycllOwt.IO : ! < il3.33 !
peaches , lemon cling , ( . .40 : plums egg , (1.05'ij
1160 ; plums golden drop. 11.80 ; plums green
pages , Sl.G5ffll.60 ; peaches with pits In , (1.00 ;
currants (2JIO ; gooseberries , tl.yi' quinces ,
18.10 ; raspberries (2.80 ; strawberries , (2.50 ;
peaches , a-lli eastern standards. 11.85 ; 3-lb pie ,
(1.85 ; gallons , pie , f 1.00 : apple * , high standards ,
( ; M5 ; 8-lb gooseberries lie ; 8-lb strawberries ,
HViiinci B.ll ) raspberries , 81.00 ; 2-lb blueberries ,
6xiiWe ( ; 2-lb blackberries , G3Ii75c ; 8-lb straw
berries , preserved. (1.60 ; 3-lh raspberries , pre
served , 11.60 ; 8-lb blackberries pi cicrvcd. $1.80 ;
pineapples , llahama chopped , (3.00 ; 3-lh lla-
liiimu grated , (3.75 ; 8-lb llalmma sliced , $2.00 ;
8-Ih standard sliced. (1.2.VJ.l.50j cherries , 8-lb
rod , llaltlmoro , svau'ic ; pears , 3-lb. (1.30.
VKOKTAIIMIS Tomatoes 3 Ib extra , 11.00 3
Ib standard western brands ( Xlo ; gallons
strictly standard , $3.1K ) . Corn Finest grown ,
( Ltd ; gill edged sugar corn , very line , $1.50 ;
eholeo 8 Ib sugar corn , ( I.10 ; 3 Ib extra western
brands 85cUil.oo ; 3 Ib standard western
brands , GRfti.V. Mushrooms-1 Ib French , extra -
tra line , 8225o : 1 III French , flue , 18 f,33c ; 1 Ib
French , otdlnary. llifJICc. Peas Trcs , line ,
per can. 85e ; deml-Ilne. pur can. lOc ; 2 Ih sifted ,
(1.00 ; 3 Ib early June. tl.3.va l.i5 : ; 8 11) ) Marrow
standard brands -11.10 ; 2 Ib soaked , 57e. Hiring
beans 2 Ib high grade , Kofugco , B5o ; 3 Ih liol-
dcn was beans too ; 3 Ib string beans , GOc. Lima
beans 2 Hi soaked , 75e. Itoston baked
beans , ' 1 Ib Lewis. 81.115 ; Crown brands , (1.50.
S eet potatoes 3 Ib New Jersey , (1.00. Pump
kins Jllb , $ .110. Okra and tomatoes , (1.00 ; okra
(1.00 ; succotash , (1.80.
DIIIKII Kiii'iTS-Currants , now , 8 , ' ® 7c ;
prunes , casks , 1,300 Ibs , 6Vjo ; prunes , bbl or
bag. fljc ; citron peel , drums. 20 Ibs , 82e ; lemon
peel , drums 80c ; apples , choice evaporated ,
lOe/Mlehlgan , Us , lie ; Persian dates , 7o ; black-
borrli's. evaporated , 50-lb boxes , 5'4c ; cherries ,
pitted , dry cured , iic : ; raspberries , evaporated ,
N. Y. , now,30c ; prunes H. C. . ( Kl-70 , KHil2SJc ;
orange peel , 15c ; raisins. California , London
cropl8il ! ) , (3.35 ; California , loose muscatels ,
crop ISO. ) , I20J ; Valenclas. IsSs , oo ; Valenclas ,
now , Oc ; California seeds , sks. S'4c.
Kisn Codilsli , e\tra Ucorge.s. new , 5 > ic ;
grand bank , now , 454c ; silver , 2-lb blocks , Cc ;
snow white , 2-11) bricks , now , 7.c { ; Turkey cod ,
largo middle bricks , 8'ie ; hiioiv-whltc , crates ,
12-5-lb boxes,7Je ; medium > caled herring.25c :
No. 1 scaled heirlng , 20e ; domestic Holland
herring , 40c : Hamburg spiced lierrlngs. ! Hc ;
Itusiliin sardines. ( Vic ; Itusslan sardines plain ,
80o ; Imported Holland herring , crown brand ,
60o ; do fancy mllkcrs.'JOc ; niuukurul.No.l shore ,
half hliU.-Mll.TO ; lloatershalf bbls. (18.00 ; whlto
llsh , half bbls , $ r.OO ; trout , half hhls , 5.50 ; fam
ily wbttu llsh , KI.50 ; salmon , (8.50 ; 1-lb miick-
oiol ( herring ) I.IXI ; 1-11) ) nnnan haddlcs , (1.00 ;
1-lb lobsters , J2.15a2.25 ; 1-lb Alaska salmon ,
Alent.fl.35 ; 2-lb oj-hters , I0o/.tl. 5 ; l-lboystt-rs ,
5 m. (1.15 ; 2-lb selects. 12 oz. 4315 : 1-lb clams ,
little necks , (1.25 ; 2-lb clams , little necks ,
(1.75 : 54-11) ) saidlncs. Imported , per case. KiOs ,
J15.KVfl20.l)0 ( ) ; 54-lb Imported boneless sardines ,
kev.J25.OJ ; U-lb sardines , American , per case ,
KWN , Kioncli style. * I.4KS5.00lb : ; ' sardines.
Amorlcan , porcase. 100s , l-'ii'iich style. (7.3 ! ) ®
8.00 ; ' 4-lb saidlnes. mustard , per case , 60s ,
( 'I.7.VJM.OJ ; Imported kuy sardines , (13.09.
SAr.sotiA llbls. , lBc ! israiiulateil , 2e ; kegs ,
l' o.
SODA Pkgs GO lb to bov. SVVJc. .
NUTS Almonds. 1.V ; llr.i/.IN , 14c ; fllbcrts.
12'4c ' ; pecans He : w.tlntit. I'J'jc ; peanut cocks ,
6c : roasted , lie ; Tennesioe iieanitts. 74c. !
Mor.ASSi : ; ; Itbls. N. O. fancy , per gal.Y337c ;
choice. 4. > SI7c ; good , IIOS LIe ; Cuba baking , 24c ;
black strap. 2.c. )
WitAi'i'iNO I'Ai'iiu Ktniw. per Ib , litftSlic ;
rac , 355e ; Mnnllhi. H. 5j5l'c ' ; No. I. 8c.
llxris Union Square , 3Ufrl3e ) percent off list.
HAi/r Dalrv.as ) IbIn bbl.bulk. . (2.10 ; best
grade , CO. 5s. fcj.U : ; be < tgralo. ( 100 , 3s K.4U ; best
grade , 18 , Ills. (2.20 ; rock salt , crushed , ( l.bfl ;
comiiDii. bbl. $1.25.
SOAP Castile , mottled , per Ib , 910c ; do ,
white , peril ) . 14c.
llHOOMS Parlor. 5 tie , $3.00 ; 4 tie , $2.73 ; 2 tie ,
(2.25 ; stables. (2.85 ; common , (1.5031.73.
COCOA 54-lb tin , 40o pur Ib.
Cnocor.ATK 82i5q ; pur Ib ; German chicory ,
rod.Sljc.
Koi-K Hasls Manilla rope. 15o ; sisal rope ,
12u ; cotton rope , llli'i new process , 85Sc.
COTTON TwiNB lllbb , very line , 3 or 4 ply ,
22c ; tlnc,20i : ; daisy. 18c ; candle wick , 22e.
OMVIS : Quarts , per doz , f l.tO ; pints , per doz ,
$3.50 ; bulk , per gal , IHc.
VINKOAII If ) gr , cider , 10c ; good , 12c whlto
wine , I5u ; fancy fruit. 80.
STOVK POLISH $ . ' . ( H > iW.87 per gross.
HAIIS Am , per 100 , (17.00 ; Lewlston , per 100 ,
(17.00.
On.s-ICerosenn-P. . . He ; W.W.iio : : head
light , 14'4 ( . ' ; gasoline , He ; salad oil , A 1 , $3.003
U.oo per doz.
Provisions.
Mr.ATfi Packers' prices Hm-ikod hams 10 Ib
averagj' . fl'jc ; smoked hams. 30 to 23 Ibs , Oo ;
smoked hams. 13 to 14 Ibs , lo'ao ' ; extra heavy
hams , 23 to 25 Ibs average , 8 e ; skinned slic
ing , 13 to 20 Ibs average , IHc ; California hams ,
7Jic ; breakfast bacon , clear , 7 o ; rib , SUe ;
ham saitiagc , be ; plcnlu hams , T'.ici dried
beef hams. 8'ic ; beef tongues , per doz. , ( fi.X ) ;
per Ib. , ! ) ' ,4c ; dry salt meats , rvT 'io ; mess
jiiii-k , per lib ) . . (18.75 ; extra mess beef ,
I5.50 ; sausage , perlb , bologna. 4c ; star. 44e ! ;
liver , 44e ! ; blooil , 4'4c ; head cheese , 4'5c. ' Add
ye p r Hi foe lots less than 50 Ibs. Pig pork ,
bonclos.s. | ii > r bbl. , (11.50 : half bbl. . (7.2" > ; quar
ter bbl. , $1.75 : kits , f 1.15 ; pigs nocks , half hhls. ,
$1.75 ; ( ' iiiartor hills..05 ; elthlh bbls. , ( O.IU ) ;
kits , I. Ibs , 3I.I3J pigs feet , ha7 ! bbls. , (2.73 ;
iiiiarlorbhls. (1.40 ; eighth bbs. , SOo ; kits , 15
Ins each , G5i' .
litissii ) : : ) HKKF Steers , 50D to 000 l.bs average
native. OUW-iUc ; nteeis , 4HJ to 50.1 Ibs , average ,
native , Gfi'.liUc ; cows and holfeis , 4UO to 500 Ibs ,
avetage , 5.3c. (
I'ANNKU MiATS Corned beef. 1 Ib , (1.20 ;
corned beef , 3 II ) , i'.MO ; lunch tongue , 1 Ib ,
(2.CO ; lunch tongue , 2 Ib , (4.75 ; brawn , I Ib ,
$1.30 ; brawn , 2 Hi , W.iHI ; ox tongues , 154 lb.(5.oa ;
ox tongues. 2 Ib , ( ii.no ; ehlpped beef , I'i ' Ib ,
(1.85 ; chipped beef , 1 Ib , (2.10 ; roast beef , 1 Ib ,
round cans. (1.20 ; loa.st beef , 2 11) ) , round cans ,
(2.00 ; polled ham. ' 4 Ib , round cans , Cue ; potted
ham , ! j Ib , lonnd cans , (1.20 ; deviled ham. ! . ;
Hi , round cans.03c ; deviled ham , 54 Ib , touml
cans , (1.20 ; potted ov tongue , 'i Ib , round cans ,
C.Vpotted : ox tongue , 54 Ib , round cans , (1.20 ;
compri'.ssed bam , 1 Ib , square cans , $1,75 ; com
pressed ham. 6 Ib , siiuare. cans , (3.75 ; tripe , 2
Ib. iiiiind cans. (1.80 ; minced eollops , 2 Ib ,
round cans , (3/0 ; boneless pigs feet , 2 Ib ,
sunn 10 cans. (3.25.
1/Aitti OILS Kvtra lard oil , w s , 48c ; extra
No. 1 lard oil , 4ic : : No. 1 laid oil , 35c ; No. 2 lard
oil , 38c ; pute neatsfoot oil. 5'Jc ; 5 gal. can , 55o
gal ; evtra neatsfoot oil , 43c ; No , 1 neatsfoot
oil. 38c ; tallow oil , 42c.
iJi'ifKD Pins' TONHUKS Half barrels , (11.00 ;
quarter barrels , (5.75 ; eighth barrels , (3.00 ;
kits , 15 Ibs each. (2.25.
TAM.OW A , No. 1.4'.fe ; stearlne , O'ic.
Pliiciii : : ) llKKFToNnt'KS Half barrels , (8.50 ;
quarter barrels , (5.50 ; eighth barrels. ( : i.X ( ) .
LAUD Tlerecs Hellnt'd laid compounil , 5i ? i
pure li > af , li' o ; kettle , 7c , Add 5iu to 'ic per
11) forsinalli'ipackages. .
PlCKi.KiiTitli'K Half barrels , (2.00 ; quarter
barrels , JI.OO ; eighth bands , OOo ; kits , 15 Ibsi
caoh , 50c.
HoMiVCOMii Tnii'B Half barrels , ( .1.75 ; quar
ter barrels. (3,10 ; eighth barrels , f Mi ; kits , 15
Ibs each , HOc ,
I'OIIK TONUDKS Uncooked Mild Cured
Half barrels , 100 Ibs , (7.50J quarter barrels , 50
Ibs , (1.00.
SAUSAOK CASINOS Cattle Tierces and bar
rels , middle , per Ib , C ! ' c ; round , 3Xc ; bungs ,
4c ; hog casings , IRu per Ib ; hog bungs. No. 1 ,
454o each ; rounds , per1 n't 100 feet , 1854c set ;
middles , per set 57 feet , 'Mo sot ; weasamlK , less
than 1,000-plecu lots , 34eeach ! : small bladders ,
loss than 5tXdolots ) , Ir-u per dozt largo blad
ders , leas than 500-doz Jijf ( , ; wc per doz.
Dry
HEAVY HIIOWN COTTONH Atlantic K , 1\io \ ;
Atlantlu II , 7o ; Atlantic 1) , G40 ? ; Atlantic P ,
Co ; Aurora O , 4' c ; lluck'tt Head. ( IV ; Cabot
W. 054c ; Darlington , fl'c ; Farmers' No. 1 , li
JHc ; Hoosler LI5V4c ; ' Indian Heail , 7. ' . o ;
Lawrenee LU 5 'c : llenrlolta LL , 5V .
KINK HIIOWN Coa-ro.Nfi Atlantic LIOo ; Au
rora li , ( ! > ie ; Aurora It , 6Vo ; Atlas O N II , 754c ;
eheosocloth , 4c ; rilnton ! ! > ' ,5 > { u ; I'eppcroU H ,
GUc ; Langdon I ! 1) ) , He , ,
llLiiACiimi CinTiNK--Herkoloy cambric No.
OO.Oo ; Host Vet , O'JC ! lluttiircloth XX , 44o ! ;
Cabot , 7Uc ; Klrst tall,0ic | ; Krult of the Loom ,
8Uc ; Hill Semper Idem , He : , Housekeeper , 6c ! ;
King Philip cambric , IM ; Langdon G li , Ulio ;
Lonsdale , b"4'e ; Lonsdalo cambric , lOc ; Nuw
York Mills , no ; Oak Lawn.7c.
HiiKKTiNti.s ANII * 1'u.i.uw CASINOS Ilrown
fjet Popperll , 45-ln , lOo ; Pcppurell , 8-4 , ISo ;
Pnnperoll , 0-4 , 0-4,80u ; Pomiorell. 10-4 , 82 , Utlca ,
4S-jnfl.V ! ; L'llou.M-n. mju ; Utlca , 78-ln , 24o ;
I.1.L ! lli.8- ( ! | v- ! ) ! . " .t.U" ! . ° H ! ' . M ' . l ! < ? " . -1l'qd- '
( JlNfliiAMS-Anioskoait , ? u ( Amoskoag ,
dress. H'ic ; Hates. fl'-Jc ' ; Warwick , ilress , 75ic ;
Luncastor.fl'io ; Glcnalic , ujic ; Whlttenton ,
dross , 8' ' Jc.
LjPiUNTH-Indlgobliio-Net-MarthaWashlni- ;
ton , tic ; American , O'ic ' : Ainohl , GUc ; Arnold
11. long cloth , 80oi b ol A , 13o ; .Merrlmack.
ft ; I" " ! < > old Leaf , 6io ! ; Hamilton , 5ioj ! Allen
Pinks , OJicj Allen Chambray , lie ; Ulouccstur ,
5o. !
I'ltl.NTS Fancles-Eddystono , fliic ; Ptoel
Illyer , Ce ; Itamapo. 4 ie ; Ht. Ledger. 5ijo ;
bhlrtlngs-Murtha Washington , 4 > ic : Murrl-
maek , 4'ic. Turkey Uods1'oiintuln ,
Uarner , 7c ; CroHold. e > o ; lierllo , t ) > le.
WloNs-Net , Thlitle , TMos HeU Orosg. 7o.
COLOIUSO OAJimuca-Croirn , tJicj U < i Btar ,
4i0 | rolled Clover , Boi Slater , Cot high colors ,
Ic extra ,
Ptcvcn * ' II. IC-Itt , fi'tcs ' StovrnV I ) ,
IS-ln.Ce ; Stevens' A. 10-ln , 7e ; Stevens' P , iD-ln ,
7J4 s HIOVCIK * M. IS-ln , S'jc ! ftovcns' N , 20-ln.
S > ic ; SlevenV NN , 20-ln , ii'icj Stevens1 SltT ,
20-ln , ll'iii ; blenched , to extra.
lKNiMsNotAmoskcnK ) , ( > -o > i , IB'Se ' ; York ,
cnmlel , I''c ; Kvorctt , standard. 12 > ic | Hay-
mnker'n , 7'ics Old York , XX , 10'40 ! Lawrence ,
220 , lane ; Lawrence. l-o ) , 15ie ! ; fancy stripes
and cheeks. ll'i > .
COTTOXAIIKS YorK Nankin , lOtJes Everett.
8-0 ? , lL'i Lewlston , 10-orf.'io ! Worklngnuin's ,
lie ; Corkscrew cashmere , 22 > ic.
I\lctnlM.
HI.OCD TIN Small pig , 30o per Ib ! bar , 30o
per Ib.
CorpKn-l'lanlsheilbollor slrrs , rt2 { opcrlb !
cold rolled , 20e per Ib : sheathing , 2 o per lb |
pit Is and Mats , ? jo per Ih.
OAl.VAM7.r.l ) SIIKKT litoN Dl.icnttnt 50-10 per
cent , pat. plan. Iron , Nos. 24 and 27 , A , lOHc ; H ,
'Tl ! I'LATK-I. C. . 10x14 , 225 , $7.00 ; I. X. , 10.\H ,
225 , 1 ? .75.
ItiKH'iNO-Charcoal , I. 0. , 14x2J , 115 , $3.50 ; I ,
X. , $0.75.
SIIBKT Inns-No. 2n.i.5n ! No , 27. t3.CO.
SOLtiKii-Strlctly half and half. IGc.
TIN Pi.ATK-Coko , 14x20 , 112 , W.25.
STHF.r , NAH.S Hiise , $ . ' .20.
STKKfi WlllB NAtl.H-llllSO.t3.A5.
WlitK Jap. barb , $3.2.i ; galv , $3.85.
Tlio AVool Market.
BOSTON , Mass. , . I tinout. [ Special Telegram
to Tin : Br.K.l Thcro ts no ehango to notice In
wool. Sales were made mostly In small lots
nnil the tone of the market was barely
steady. Ohio llecccs nro In vorv small stock ;
XsoUlntaigfiWcnml XX at ! W@aio : Michi
gan X was offered tit : ! 0c , but wits'dull. . Ter
ritory wools nro selling lit C0i02o ( for flue ,
fiSfHCiO for lluo medium titul Ki@37o
for medium. New spring Texas Is
quiet at iM@'J o as to quality.
Spring California sold nt 17(720e. ( Oregon
wool gives slowly. Pulled wools have been
In fair demand with sales of super at ; ! 0@IOc ,
and of extra , at 22@'JOc. Foreign wools are
II rin.
To NurvoiiH Debilitated Men.
If you will send us your address wo will
send you Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic. Bolt
mid Appliances on trial. They will quickly
restore you to vigor , manhood and health ,
Pamphlet free. VOI.TAIO BELT Co. . Marshall ,
Mich.
The lluKliienH Situation.
Money continues easy with a very fair de
mand from the city and a moderate call from
the country. Hates are tlrm nt 8 i > cr cent for
choice paper. Kxchango is in moderate sup
ply. General trade is fair nnd collections in
the country are reported by Jobbers as com
fortably easy. Spring bills are beginning to
mature about now , and the prospects nro that
they will bo met with average promptness , as
produce has been selling at better prices for
the past sixty days than in the early spring.
The sugar market continues to show signs of
weakness , and the trust will , it is thought , bo
inell'icd to shade its present quotations. Cof
fees are unchanged , but the market Is not
strong , and n break may come at any moment.
The hot weather and abundant receipts have
affected the local produce market and prices
are lower for domestic green stuff , while
oranges and lemons are higher. The demand
for Fourth of July goods grows brisk and it
Is evident that during the next fortnight
Young America will do its best to reduce divi
dends for the insurance companies. Crop
piospcets continue excellent and with no moro
than the usual drawbacks between this and
harvest time , the surplus product of the state
will bo heavy.
Frequently accidents occur in the house
hold which cause burns , cuts , sprains and
bruises : for use In fcuch eases Dr. . I. II. Mc
Lean's Volcanic Oil Liniment has for many
years been the constant favorite family rein-
cdy
>
.
o.
MAKING SIIKI3L1 TIN.
The Only Plant of That Industry in
America.
The only plant at which sheet tin is being
manufactured in North or South America
was put in operation this week at the United
States ircn nnd tin plate works at Deinmler
station , Third ward , MuICecjport , says the
Pittsburg Dispatch. The fact that this
country has for the last ten or twelve years
been paying nearly $30,000,000 annually to
foreign countries , and that not a shoot of tin
was being made on this continent. , urged the
firm , particularly Mr. Croncmoycr , ono of the
members , to make strenuous efforts towards
securing a protective tariff sufllciently high
to enable them to compete with the cheap
labor of foreign manufacturing cities ; their
labors have been crowned with partial suc
cess , as the clause in the McKinle.y bill pro
tecting tin plate has passed the house , and
bids fair to pass the senate , If such action
ho taken , many mills for manufacturing the
product will likely spring into existence.
In anticipation of the measure becoming a
law the linn has placed the plant in operation ,
and it is umlerttood that even if tin plato is
not protected they will endeavor to continue
the manufacture. They have put in a much
improved process by Loyshon < 5c Sons of Tip-
ton , Knglaml. The gentleman and one of his
sons have been in McKecsport for the past
couple of weeks , personally .superintending
the introduction of the plant , which has bceii
place 1 in successful operation. The process
heretofore consisted of live operations , two
dippings in grease and three in tin. Hy the
new process the same results am obtained in
ono operation , by inserting a sheet in n solu
tion of tin and palm oil. The cost of manu
facture is wonderfully cheapened and the
quality of tlio product is said to bo excellent
either for sheet or turn work.
The greater part of the tin imported to this
country comes from South Wales , where the
largest mills In the world are located. There
are mills in France , Italy , Germany and Hus-
sia , but they make scarcely moro than is used
for homo eosumptiou. The import last year
is estimated at U.OOU.OOO boxes , ami it Is worth
about .W a box. The United States works
made tin when the tariff was on it , but was
compelled to quitsomo twelve years ago , when
it was removed.
1002. Sixteenth and Farnnm streets is
tlio now Itoolc Island tiultot oflico. Tick
ets to all points cast tit lowest rates.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
OF TUP.
Omaha Loan and Trust Company
Savings Bank ,
At Omaha , In the State of Nebraska , at the
close of business Juno 21st , 1800 ,
A. U. WYMAN , President ,
J. J. IlltOWN. Vloo President.
WM. T. WVMAN , Treasurer.
FllANK J. LANGK , Cashier.
KESOUHOES.
Loans . 1335,008 20
Warrants , Omaha city. . . . Kii 00
Expense account . 1.211 111
KxehaiiKcs for clearing
house . $ 1,87070
Legal tender notes . 1,87.1 to
National bank notes . 3,710 Co
Gold . 12. ) ( K )
Silver . S77 74
Duo from national banks. I r.lQIC 02G.1,103 M
Total . , . { 4:1,075 : J2
IJAWUTinS.
CaplUil stock paid In. ' . I Mo l 00
Surplus fund . ( J.KI7 no
Undivided profits . 0,07220
Demand certificates of
deposit . $ 10000
Time certificates of de
posit . 75.8.18 CT
Deposits . 202,337 10 138,25 Kl
ATE OK NKIIUASICA , I „ .
County of DoiiKlus , Is3'
lKraiilc J , LaiiKO. ciinhlcr of the above-
named bank , do solemnly swear that the
above statement IH true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
KIIANK J. I. AN ( in , Cashier.
Subscribed and tiworn to befiuo mo thlslMth
day of Juno , IbW I'IIANK HIIOWN ,
Notary 1'ubllc.
1409
DOUGLAS---STREET.
- - .
On account of our largo
anil increasing Practice ,
wo Jmvo UKMOVKD to
moro npiicioim und con
venient olllcea.
Drs. Betts & Betts ,
1409 Douglas St. Omaha , Neb.
SHROEDER & DEAN ,
GRAIN
,
Provisions and Stocks.
Basement First National Hanli.
OO South tOth Street , Omnlm
BOSTON , MASS.
CAPITAL $4OOOOO
SURPLUS OOO.OOO
Accounts of Hanks , llaiiVura IU 0 Uilin.llii t
Itcltcil.
Our fncllltlp * for CXM.T.nCTlOXR nro ( nccllcnt.nnil
norc-illjcount forl-nnkn when Imlmicoi wnrrnnt It.
Notion Is n llcjorvo Cllv , nnil tmtnncea nltli 119
from banks ( not loonteil hi other Itcsorvo Cities )
count a n reserve.
Wo Craw ear own oiclmuo on London anil tlio
Continent , nnil iniiku rnbla transfers nmliurcmoney | !
bjr telegraph throughout tliu United Slates mill Can-
adn.
adn.Wolmvo
Wolmvo n mnrkct for prime first-class Inve tment
Securities , nnil Invllo proposals from Sitnles , Coun
ties nmt Cities when Issuing bonds.
\Vo do n Kcnt-ml kniiklng business , ami Invlto cor
respondence.
respondence.ASA
ASA P. rOTTUK , PllKSlUKNT.
JOS. W. WORK , CASIIIKU.
NEBRASKA
National Bank
n. s. D : POSITOIIY. OMAHA , NEB.
Capital , - $4OOOOO
Surplus Jan. 1st , 180O , - B7BOO
OOe rs and Directors Ilenrr W. Tata * , president )
I wls S. Rood , rice droildenl ; JamoV. . Sarocai W.
Morse. JohnS. Collins ; K. C. Ouihlng ; J. * . O.
rairtckj W. U. 8. Hughes , cashier.
THIS IRON BANK.
Coner 13th nnd Furnam Streets.
A Opnornl U-inlM.- , , l o a Trnnonffprt.
WANTED
.ISSUED DY CITIES ,
COUNTIESSCHOOL
DISTRICTO , WATER
j lollclted.
Correspondence COMPAN1E3l ETC.
N.W HARRIS COMPANY
. , a , Bankers ,
IC3-IOS Dearborn Street. CHICAGO.
7O Sloto Stroot. BOSTON.
RRILWKY TIME J3HRD
CTITCAliO , llUIljtNTON' ( ) A. < I Arrives
Omulm. Dt'imt IQtli niul Mmon 'troctn.
" "
4iO"iTm : Chicago Kxpron
' .1.4.1 n in Chlcairn Kxpreis
11.11 p in Chlcapi Kxjirosa
ll.MJp in . . .Cllk-a0 | I.IHM !
llimijlNUTON A MO. ItlVHlt ,
Omaha. I Duiiiit lUlli nnil Ma on street * .
lO.I.'i n m Denver D.iy Kxpress. .
10.15 n in Denver Hxpnus
G.U p in Denver Night Express
8.15 u in Lincoln Loral
vxonr ;
Onmhn. Depot 10th mill Mmon streets.
! i.)5 : ) a in . . . .Kansas City liny Kxpre n. . . .
(1.45 ( p in K. r. NlnlitKzi. _ ( Un U. I' . Trum. .
-,5iiv fTTLNltjtfT'AcrFKr
Onmlm. | Depot loth nnil .Mnrcy flrout .
"
2.SO li m Overhaul Klycr 11.10 p ni
' . ; > < ] p in I'McKlc KxpruHi. 7.15 n in
lO.'O a ni Denver Kxireti | 4.0. > p in
4.1.1 p 111 ( Irnntl InlniiU Kxp. ( except Sun. * I'J.4 * > p m
_ & . ! ) hi ni City Kxprois 12.0'i u in
Lc jives riinAfOlf. ? rri'AI'iT''ll ' rArrlvos
Omulm. U.I' , depot , lUth niul Mnrcy Stt.l Onmlm.
0.1."i p in Kxproii. . . lu.or , u in
U.15 u in . .AtliiiKIc Kipreii. . ii.iiij p in
J.I5 ji m .Vvotlbiilu Llmltpil. IU45nm ; _ _
leave i ifAOir/o. /
Oiuulm. J It. I' , ilopot. I'Jtli ' anil Marry H Onmlm.
T.Ifi n ml Sioux City I'nMsenuer I
5.15 p m | . . . . . .v.Ht. I > atil Kxj > ri' . . . . „ . . . . . . . IIOJ
"KcnTuTI STOIJ.X TilTVA PAClVfOT" Arrive *
Omaha. | Depot 15th rtndVclmtur Ht- . Omaha.
7i.o. > p ml .st.Tiiili DiiiTiuii.Trr. .
.
I Omaha. | U. 1 * . ilepot , lutli mid Murcy Ht.Oinalia. | .
' . ) . ! . ' ) n m Chicago Kxprt'4 * ( i.'U p in
4.tO : p 1,1 .Vcstlliulo Llnillc.l. , ' . ! . . ' < ) u in
O.l.'i p m ( Iv. ex. Hat ) Mall ( Ar. ex. Mon ) 7.V ) n ni
2.45p _ m
*
Oinalia. I U. I' , ilepul. lUth iinrtMnrcySln.J Oinalia.
.HI. Ixiiils A K. C. KxprJaJTTTT ] T.S'J p in
JU5 p ml..St.JNmil. iV 1C. O. Kxjuui I lUlfl a in
UNION PACIFIC-SUUllUllAN TltA NH "
TheMO trains iilno flop nt 13th , 17th , 20tli nnrt 2Uh
trcota , Siiinmlt mill SIIV | < | KU C'rumlne. * WorklnK-
mi'ii'n traliiH ilo nut run Similiiy.
Irftn'res I CHlOACiO , " It , I. A 1'ACIFIU. , Arrives"
Trnntor | Union Depot , Council lllulM. rl'ran for
"nIlA n ni
6..V ) p in
IOJU u in
"IJOKTCB ll'IIUftdO A NOIlTU\VKHThllN. | Arrive *
Trnnsforl Unl. . n Depot. Council HlnfN. rrrnnifur
U.4U a in Llilcnuo llxpr i { ti. ( J p m
fi.00 p in Vuitluiilo l.lmlloit ' . ) . : ) u ni
1U.IXJ p .11 Kaslcrn Flyer 2.00 p ui
_ a. ) p in Atlantic Mall 7.30 n m
" 1 ) UVO s ST. I Arrlvei
Transfer l. ' lnn Demit. Coiincll HltilTii , ITrnrmfur
V.'M n in .CIilcaKO Mall ( exeein riuntluy ) , . D. . ) p m
KM p ill . Clile.mo 11.15 n in
10.00 pjui \ ' ± i-i.Q \ > m
1.U lives if.-rr3i'.jn"U5'c.ir Arrfvei
TranjfiirI Union Depot , Council HliiJ Transfer
1007 u in.Knnsns | City Day Kxpremi. . . . 6.4.1 p m
10.25 p i | . . KansaH Clljr NUht Ktpri'iii. . . ( l..M a in
( iMAllA A
Transfer Union Dcpnt , Council Illiifln.
_ 6.X ( ) I'jmJ St. IxitilH Cmion Hall 112.15 p in
'Loavet lulllOAIJO , IlUltli'N A OlllNOV.I Arrives
Trainfffj Union Depot , Ciiiinell Illntlii. iTrmnfer
11.41) u m ( 'lilcnKO Kxpress i-.ij ; p ui
10.00 p m Chicago Kiprexs. . li. 10 n ni
jr. . ' * ) p m , . . .Cri'Hton l.ocnl , II.a ) n m
" H10U. < TITVC ! A "raCn-ICr 'iXrrTvos
Tm nsfer Union Deput , Council Illuffs. | Transfer
7.45 a in . . .Uluuz City Accoiiiinuilatluu u : < 5 a m
.W p in .St. 1'uul Kxprvsi I li.U p m
M1SSOU1U 1'ACIHw bl/nuitllAtl TKA1.SS.
CHICIIEBTEn'B CNQLIBH
PENNYROYAL PILLS.
BCD cnoao DIAMOND BRAND ,
, tttt ui4 ftlwi f rtllkblt. I.adlf , Ktk
t for I > Uurd llraiirf.ia r > d it.uaio
1 * * " " * " ' * ' " T k o oll.r.
( p. ) fcr cuUnlui u < > "Utllcl1 f.r
' I.K .tjrelorpw.il. Mttl I'Ofir
OOMMISHOlAIx
National Bank
Cnpltnl , - $ /.OOOOi (
Surplus , - 40,000
OOo m finil DlrMtOM-B. M , Mcrcfni n , ( I. t
Illtctuwk , Joioph Drirncnii. Jr. , A. llonrr. K , 10
AnilcrionVllllnm II , Mnnl , vlrc.prcslilonti IHi
Wllllnnm. A. I * , llnpklni. | iri < lliU > ntl A. Milliard *
K. It. llrjnnt , nsilntAiit M lilcr.
Omaha ManUfaotUrerg.
ItontH nnil Hlioes.
Wholesale Manufacturers of Heels Sioc3 !
Itcuti for llpiton Hulilicr Shog Co. , 1107 , 1101 * nd 1IQ4
t , Oninlm , Met . ,
Itrowcrn.
BTOUZ te 1LKII ,
Lager liter Brewers ,
IMI Ncrtli Kill 9tt ol , Onmti , N > h.
Cornluo.
EAGLK COKNICE WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Corniw
Window rnpt and Diclnlle ( kjrllnht . John Kpcncler ,
proprietor. IIHiin.l lluBoutli lotli trfpt.
ArtlHts' Mntcrlnln.
A. HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1813 Douiilm Hlrool , Onmlm , Noli.
CtS.lt Coke , Kto.
OM AH X COAL ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal ,
B. B. Cor. Kitli nnd Douitlft * Htrceti , Omnlm , Neb.
NEBRASKA FUEL. CO. ,
Shippers of Coal and Coke ,
111 South 13tli Street , Omntia , Neb.
Wholesale Cigars.
M N. ICtli Street , "llollol" UM.
Dry GooilH anil Notlonn.
M. K. SMITH tt CO. ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions
Corner llllinml Ilinvuril StroflU.
*
"
KILPATIOCK-KOOH DRY GOODS CO. , '
Importers and Jobbers in Dry GoodSj
OooU'KurnlililnKllontln. Corner llth and Huruoy
BtreeH , Onmlm , Nob. i
Furniture.
DEWEY ft. STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Furnnm Btrect , Orunlm , Noliranko.
OHARLKS SHIVERICK ,
McCOKD , BRADY k CO ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
Uth and Ioi\YCii > TOrtii Btrouta , Omulm ,
Ijuiiilicr , Kto.
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc. , Etc.
Imported nnd Amorlonn I'urtlnnd Comonl. Ht.lt4
agoulfor .Mllwiiukeu llyilniullo Cumout , aud
yiilney xvhlto Lima.
" CHAS. R. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood cupels nnd pnrqtirt flooring. Oth and DouglM
btreotn , Otnahn , Ncbmskn ,
Lumber , Lime , Cement , Etc. , Etc ,
Corner Otli nad Douglas Streets , Omnlm.
Millinery niul Notions.
I. OBERFELDER fc CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers in Millinery ,
8 , 210 nnd 219 South llth street.
Notions :
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Good
1124 Ilnrncy street , Onrmha.
OIlB.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refined aud Lubricating Oils <
Axle grease , etc. , Onmlm. A. H , ll'.nliop , MnnoKor. j
Vn per. /
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper Dealers.
Carry a nice stork of printing , wrapping and irrltlnj
puper. Hpucliil atlvntlun Klvvn to card pnier. |
SafcH , KCo. 1
A. L. DEANE & CO. ,
Genornl Aiicnts ( or
Halls' Safes ,
VI and ,123 South 10th St. , Omaha ,
! '
Toj-H , Kto.
H. HARDY Ac CO. ,
Jotiboi-i of
Toys , Dolls , Albums ( Fancy Goods ,
Home Kurnl lilnK ( looda , ClilMron'H Carrlagti. 1209
Kuriinin ttieot , Onmhn , Neb.
AViltor SuppllcH.
U. S. WIND ENGINE & PUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplies ,
llnllldur wind 'iillls , 'JIB and V20 Jiin St. , Omaha ,
(1. K. lliim , Acting Mnrmxor.
Iron WcirlcH.
"pAXTONlTvlERLING IRON WORKS ,
Wrought and Cast Iron Building WorL
Engines , brans worX , gcncnil founilrr , machlnu uaft
blacksmith work. OIUco niul works , U. 1 * .
Hy. und 17th street , Onmlm.
OMAHA SAFE & IRON WORKS ,
Manf'rs ' of Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ,
Vaults , jail work , Iron shutter * and lira cx-.iipe * ,
U , Andracn , | irop'r. Cor. lull undJMksqu tits.
Haul ) , DoorH , ICtu.
M. A. DISUROW Ic CO. ,
Wliole alii manufacturers of
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
Branch olllco , 12th and liard streets , Omaha , "f > .
- - - = 3t
Stiti
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. ,
Of South Omaha , Limited ,
n
PRINCIPAL POINTS
EAST , WEST ,
NORTH .and SOUTH
13O2 Farnnm Skroot.
HARRY P.DEUEL ,
l'y Paeaongor and Tlokot A < > it ;
Taxidermists
Bp clmeu can be sent ai safely I
miller en > miBttt4totli ML U4.
lUk lUiMt , Ouk *