Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 26, 1890, Page 3, Image 3

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Transactions in tbo Wheat Pit Show Many
Eccentricities.
HEAVY FEELING IN THE CORN CORNER ,
vOats
Oats I'olloweil tlin Kxntnplo of tlio
Other Cereals I'rovlflloiiH a Trlllo *
Moro Active Cutilo
niul Hogs.
CnirAno.IiinoKi. [ Special Telegram to TUB
IlKK.lThere win n bljt market In whonl to
day. Thcni was u Iniavy buslnem on lioth
lde % mid thcrcsullnf thoday.nsfartm higher
or lower prlcei win concernedwns , In doubt tip
to tlio lust honr.whcn operators who were bull-
1th nn wheat ntlfia ticcunia bearish lit & 5c mid
vivo varan , It If ) ( lllllcnlt to lull what tlio
market will not do. lint tlio murkest today
WIIH not. entirely nt the whim of local traders ,
lint was governed somewhat by outside news
and nTitunil conditions. The opening was
easier on hot weather , early cables
nnd thl bearish feollnif of tlio crowd. Tlio
Mllltir ; wns led by Mr. llutchlnson , who al.so
talked huarlth. at. I/ouIs hold now wheat fu
ture * on a weakness at homo over now wlicat
lecolptH. llaVlwIn k I'unitiiii and llrosseau
HHO ! were free sellers hero. These were tlio
K'llInK forct'H. They were stubbornly opposed
from tliostnrt by a few bull fault mm by SK- !
nllleant buying. To begin with , \V. II. Lynn's
liouso bought 000,000 litshrd.s ) the llrst hour and
I orhaps l.uun.uu ) bushels during the diiy. Thin
was for covering largely. Tliun Armour Si Co.
lioiiKht wheat frouly on the oirly : break ,
llately IlrnthciH bought freely for foreign ao-
romit. i.nter , lloiith hoimht heavily. U.V. .
Dunham & Co. bad bull news from the north-
weil. and bought wheat on It. Out Inspection
of wheat was IW.OJO bushels , Including bO.utiO
bushels of No. 8red. llradslrcet'M decrease In
stoclinoant of the Kocklos were .S70.0W bushels.
Now Vork reported 180,000 bushul-t of loading
ami W ) , ( WO Ilkolv to load before July 1. C'ash
wheat worked hero yesterday amounted to
nearly 10J.OJO biiHluls and there was Imitury
for a lurgocar/o today , but cash wheat ap
pears to bo locked up. On top of this eamo
the closing Liverpool cables lj ! pence dearer ,
confirming reports by private cables that the
feeling abroad Is becumlng llrmor. Thesu two
facts cause demand and higher cables
turned the tldo for the bulls , and shortly
after midday prices recovered and moved up
pretty strongly. The action up to 1 o'clock was
as followsuly : ) 81ic ? toSIJfc to El ? c toSIUo to
fil'J toK" > Je ; August 85W toKiijioloMiSctob.'i'io
toMic ; September Mo ! loSlSu loWllic to Bdc to
Wiu : December 87o loWi'io to fc'Uc to 8 < 17ioto
bt > c. Tlicclo.io of the market was stiong an < l at
pains of \ \ to Kc over last night. Unfavora
ble dispatches from the northwest , cash de
mand and change of sentiment did the work.
July bold up to KVsc , August
Ki.iej ; and December to Ms. The
closing pi lees weio : Juno 56c ! , July 85'e.
AiigustBOJie , September ( -fiJie. and December
87'ic. On the curb July wheat was 85Bcc.iIIs ;
feCo toEiG'iu ' ; pnHHIJicc totCit' .
'L'hero was a heavy t'eelliig In the corn corner
all ( lav. There \\ero several reasons for It.
( Jut Inspection was not up to tlio usual
amount , with only 118.031) ) Ifnshols taken from
the More.
Hhlpmcnts were comparatively light at 277,000
bushels. The clearances from Atlantic ports
\\erollght. Cables worn easy for spot and
futures. More than all this , hot weather was
favoialilo for backward ( Ii-ld.s and caused
hcalpers to turn Kellers , Now Vork dispatches
Mild hears were pounding the market there on
hot weather. Iliitcliliison sold July early.
L-iter In the day the outlook changed home-
what and there was a fair rally from the bottom
tom pilces , but the closing Hgures were still
Jio to &o under the eloe last night. The
urlces weio : Jiinc , ! tlT @ 'llc at the close : July ,
iil'4o wxoivtoiic : ; August.ilfctorn : ? vt aic ;
t'eplPinhf'r.ilt'ic ' toIlVscS.'I.Vjc toJJ.T'aOi October ,
3l'c ( toti.V.io toJr.'ic. A sale of May at II'Hc
w.'is the. llr.st leported.
Oats followed the course of tboothor cereals
all day. July sold oil' to7pC and closed
steady with last night at L'7Jiu ; August opened
Jic oil at''llVic. hold at " ( io and recovoml to
"ti'jc ; September , OTJio to ii'i e to "tio ) ! at the
close : .May sold at"83ic and i-llc.
Theio WUH llltlo news hi the pit , hut the
market acted very sensitive , especially for
August and b'optcmhcr. The provision trade
wasatrlllo moro active today. Very little
wan done In the pit the llrst hour , but there
were some selling on the morning call. ls- !
jmtclu's from the yards made the hog market
easier afler the opening. On this short r bi
opened with a small decline , but
held fairly .steady doing the day. Kuril was
Ftld | fieely by pucker * . Stock here Is Increas
ing , anil tOilpmcnts are not satisfactory. .Moss
jiork was not attracting any attention. July
] iork sold at.8l .fi.vai-.7l ) ; July lard was on * fie
to * . " > . ? . " > ; July ribs tonchud J..00. a decllno of fie ,
and regained'J'/io to 83.Ki ( ! ! ; Sentoinher ribs
touched ts.SO and September lard { < i.OO. Lard
untl rlbseloH'jd at the bottom prices.
CHIC. 1 W IIII'Jil ST < > UK.
CniPAno , Juno 2"i. ISpoclalTologram to THE
IlKK.1 OATTLK llnslncss was slow and prices
weak to lOc lower on goxl : native steers. Out
of 10.00) In the run 12KJO ( were natives and 4,000
Texans , M > It will bo seen that a largo per cunt
of offerings were natives , of which a great
bulk were of good to cholco quality. There
was llttlo or no change In the price on Tcxans ,
especially wheio quality was equal to the
price. Native butchcrsr stock had to give
way to the run of Texans and stild rather
easier. As was the casu yesteiday there
were scarcely a sufllclcnt nuniber of
Btockers on .sale to make the market ; hence
prices aio entirely nominal , hut a few things
on sale sold at strong prices. C'holco to extra
lieeves , S-I.COrrtU.M ; mcolum to good steors. UIM
to l.WOlhp , Jl.iWJI.W ; l.K ( ) to lno : Ibs. , .t.iKXai
4..Mn ; \ to 1'Mi Ihs. , Kl.MkTcl.llO ; stockers and
feeders. $ . ' . : Y-I.X ! ) ; cows , bulls and mixed. $110
fH.\M \ ; hulk , W.L'.V'SS.'O : slop-fed steers , JI.OO ©
. 4.40 ; Texas steers. W.Kl.'Jr > : cows , ? I.WK2i'.a ) . ,
lloos The market'oncjtcd steady tostmng ,
hut closed weak and f > o lower , $1.73 being a
htiong lirk'o at the close for good nilxetl. A
few loads of prime heavy .shippers sold early
at'I.h"i ; toJ.'U.biitil ! thocloso the best heavy
would barely bring W.feO ; light sorts , W.7
FJXAXUI.lf , .
NRW YOIIK. Juno 2"i. ( Special Telegram to
Tun HUB. ' ] The leading operators of Wall
Htrcot have great hopes that with tbo clearing
away In trust stocks , following the decision of
yesterday , the railroad list may enter upon amore
moro natural course of action. Old ho.ids
however , say that there will bo no broad market - '
ket or uniform business until ludep ndenco
day Is passed. Then , according to these same
beads , Atehlson , Missouri 1'aclllc and St. 1'aul
will , In all probability , lead the general
advance In standard securities. In thu
face of this expression Is the fact
that the public koupi out of the market. Thu
evldencn of Inside dealings In many stocks
will tend to keep thu public out. There was
nothing remarkable about the llrst dealings
today. There was a lonowcd pressure upon
Sugar Hellnerles , hut thcstocksof thu regular
list were not atl'ected by thu decline In that
Mock and a linn to strong tone prevailed ,
which resulted In the establishment of ma
terial advances In some purls of tbo list. The
llrst prices , ascotnpnied with the closing flg-
nres of last evening weie generally from ! j to
fi per rent higher , while Sugar was oil' ? .i nor
cent at Tl. The price of the last named quickly
descended tola ) , at whlcn point the check was
given a downward movement and a fractional
jecoverv took place. In thu meantime Read
ing , which had developed considerable activ
ity , bad moved up ll ! per cent toTI'.i and the
rest of the regular ll.st from ! to * percent ,
but ( bo Improvement went nofnrther , and the
later llguics were slightly lower.thougb Sugar
touched 70J. } The market continued with
out animation and at 11 o'clock
"wiJ-s dull and stagnant. There
wns'IJJtleehamto In tbo market during the
hour to 1'J o'clock. Northern 1'acllle shares
win u up W for common and ' 4 for preferred.
Heading lost ! J from UK best point at ll o'clock ,
while Atchlson. St. 1'aul and Missouri Pacllle
each held small gains over tlm lust prices yiss-
teiday. Them were a few stocks wblchshowed
remarkable strength on light business. Atchl-
soii rosi ) the-last hour to 4i ( , with n l'i net
gam for the Hay. St. Paul , even with Its un
favorable report on inirnlnKs. hold up to 7.vg
nf ler sol UIIK iii75f. Heading w as wondei fully
buoyant and rosu to 47. or a ' 'li net gain for
tin day. Sugar was otr' ' points at the close at
t'J ; > i. .nearly all stocks slumcd Might advances
nnd thu feeling Is comparatively Lnilllsh. Total
bales , r.'l.icil fchnros.
The following wore the ( losing quotations :
U. H,4 ri'Kul . . . . . . . ? > /NorlhoraTT lilc. . . . . ' ; ' " :
U.K. 4i cdiipjin 12 ! > $ Uo i.rt'furrod < i
II. 8,4if * nuular Ill O.A.N. w . ; ; .iii )
II.K 3cum.oa IU.I ilu | iroti > rri > il Ill
I'aehluiliur 'UJ 113 N. V. Cunlral ti '
IVnlral l'.tcine. .HI I1. , 1) . Ji K VO
ChlriiKU \ Alton. ' . . . ,131 ltuckl l a.l w
CliU'iiKii , llurllnutun C , M.M. . ! V ,
A guinor urn * _ _ Uo irurorroil. . . . . . . Ill )
D..U.V W 145)4. )
llllnoULViitrul 110 ilo prjrerro.I , . . . , ! .1UJ
J. , H. AW 'Union ' I'acllio. . . .
Kiin > n \ Total K ) I W. < SI , U , V I * . . .
ijikuShoro 'I'H ' ' > toitvirrii.l. | . . X7H
Mli'lilKua LVntr l.,10)H ) t ra Uulou.
tllmuurl 1'aclllc' 74 I
MoMsv-Kuny , y ® percent.
. : VAI-KII 3B7 l > er cent.
HTIIIII.N < I ICIIAMHQuiet : : , easier ; blxty-
day bllla , M.MH ! deiiuuul.i5l.BS
NEW VOIIK , JiinoS.5. ISpoalal Tolosrain to
TiiKllKK.-Thoroltu\vln3urotheinlnlni ] ; stock
quotntlonit
Alice . „ 2iT C < imiuoQ caltU. . 2p5
II. H . 150 Onturlu 4001)
Oplilr 40
llomolako. , . lui I'kwnli , Aril m
, Horn Hitter. . . . 325 Butter Creek 130
1'ltnitVCK JlAItKKT.1.
CMICAOO. Jiitin3lii : n. in. eloio Wheat
Klrniscimh. M'irj ' July. Ki 'jfts.yi'-
( lorn stoadyt ; 'atli.n'o : : . ( uly , ; ilo.
U.iM-Klrnit caMi.tti'it ' ; ; July , SJUa.
Ilvo la'i ? ,
Hurley Qulot ,
l'riinnTlnmtliy-l.3IOI.'B.
l'lax-l.n. :
WhHkv ! lou.
I'ork-Oulut ; c.nli. ! l2..Vj ) July. HJ.70.
I.iird-Oulli ca li. .W'i ! .Iiitv. tyv
,
l-liiiir ITiii'lmnued ! dealers asitr-il 1IA >
W.'i" for ti.itoiiti * In b.irreU , tl.'i'tai.75
for hil < erH. tl.7.ai . for stritUht , ntul.4)i9 )
4.m for winter.
l'rovlMlons-Shoullor ( < fi.ODiW.10 ( ! short clear ,
t : > . .WM.4.-ij short ribs. f .UO. , ,
Ilutter-Uiieliaiiscutcreatnory.ll'SI.'io ; dairy ,
.
Cheese llnnhatiKodt full cream chn.ldars
and ( lalM. TliOT'lui Yntinit Ainnrlcn * . HftS'io. '
t wuitorn. HJJU'iq.
sailed liulN , , " .a ; irrccnsilted e.ilf.U'i'iJi'cj dry
Hint , OQ7u : dry stltal hides , Col dry calf ,
MMcs de-ipotm. ajj each.
Tallow Unchanged ; packed , 4iftlUa ! ; No. S ,
3S50 ! cake. 4'c.
Ilunl ( ! t . Shlpni t .
Hour . IO.OU O.OJ3
Wheat . 0.0) ) ) M.XK ( )
Corn . 414,110) 21S.0.1) . )
Oati . I7U.IHJ 1010JO
NBW YOIIK , Juno ! i" . Wheat Hocclpls , (100 (
ljuilio'.s ; nxportH , iVVUJO bushoN ; spot clo cil
Rlroii cr ; No. S red. ale In elevator ; UI S'.X.Uu
alloat ; ni' : , ' ' .riS ! f o b ; oitloni ] llriu : No. a
red , June. clo-diiK atn.c. )
Corn Hecolpts. 4S.IW bushels ; oxporU.
R4r/)0 ) bushclH ; hpotclonlnx llriu ; No. L' . 4045J
41e In elevator ; 4IU'i ll,1tu alloat ; unitradeil
inl.xed , 40ffir.,1 < e ; options lower ; Juno closing
at ( O'jc.
O.ttH ItccoliiK m.OOl hmlioli ; exports 32-
OOOhuthels ; Hpothlvher ; No.tfwlilto. : ilL * > Ui ! ;
mixed wcitern. 'Mlf.H'.ja ' ; while weiturn , 01 ®
4lc ; ojitloiH llriner ; June closing at.'ci.'iu.
Oolroo Ojitlotii4 steady , unchanged to 10
points up. riiilrt : Clil3 bans ; June. Jl'.aoa
IT-TiiJuly , $ lfl. " : > 310.W ; spot rlo dull ; fair ear-
goes f'.OM.
bn ar ICaw , dull ; rollncd nulot ; fair rerlii-
lin. . 7lc ( ; centrifugals ltl : test , 5'ic ; A , 4'jTiJ'ii ) ;
white extra A. S'i'cft.'iSc ; olT A , " > ; i-ltj ! ; cut loaf ,
O'ic ; powdered. l'l-l ( ! ; Kranulati'd , (1-14. (
Petroleum Unllol : closed for.luly at 83ic.
Kirirs ICasy ; wostbru , lliill'ie.
Pork .More active ; mess. tlt.2.VJ ! 13.75.
Iittril Di'iiresseilf western stoaiu , $5.975 ! ;
July closing at51.oMl1.OI.
Ilutlor l-'ancy. llriu ; western dairy , OSJllo
croaiuury , Willie ; Klsln , KKiSlOiic.
Cheese About steady : western , 7 < 28e.
ST. IOIHH , Juno S5. Wheat Closed higher ;
cash , s : > c ; July , K4Jc.
Corn Klrm ; cash.Gc \ ; July , W7iC.
Oats Lower ; cusli. STic ! ; August.UTiic.
l'ork-lullatlI..VJ.
I.ard Nominal at $5.05.
\Vhl.sky fl.W.
Iliittor Klriuur ; dairy , ll115o ; creamery , 11
GI.'c.
MINNEAPOLIS , Juno 25. Wheat Keeclpts , 70
cars , shipments , LM cars , I'retty isoml cluniniiil
for hlKh grades early , but fell olT and ruled
dull toolusu ; low grades very dull. Oloslns :
No. 1 hard. Juno and July. 81'ic ' ; on track , HJC ;
No. 1 northern , Junuand July. Wi : on track ,
K'lHo ; No. 'northern , Juno and July , 7Sc ; on
track , 78'ftoOo.
KA.NHAK OITV , JuiiuS5. Wheat Steady ; No. 2
hard.eash and Juno , 7-c ; July , C9o ; No. - red ,
cash , 7t-c asked.
Corn Steady ; No. 2 , cash , SSJi'ZWoyc ' ; June ,
"
O.its Weaker ; No. 2 , cash , 25HC ! Juno , 25ie. !
MII.WAUKKI : . Juno 25. Whoai-I'irm ; No. 2
sprint ; , cash , K > &s ! /u ; July , b2. ' c ; No , 1 north
ern , UJ.
Corn I'lrm ; No. It , . ' ! 5c.
Oats Dull ; No. 2 white , 23JJc.
Kyis y u lot ; No. 1.47c.
llitrloy I'rlino ; No. 2 , Me.
I'rovlsluns Ivasy ; pork , cash , { 17.55.
CINCINNATI , Juno 25. Wheat I'lrm ; No. 2
red. 85'ic.
Corn l-'lrm ; No , 2 mixed , S'i-s'ffi'iSc.
Oats I'lrin : No. 2 mixed , UOJi < U > llo
Whisky 11.09.
Livr.itfooi , , Juno 25. Wheat Steady ; hold
ers oll'er moderately.
Corn Steady ; demand fallen off.
'IS STOCK.
OlltCAflO. Juno K > . Cattle lle-solpts. 1(5.510 ( ;
market steady closing lower ; beeves , * t.W ( ®
4.85 ; steers , W.5 > iC4.5 < ) ; titoukors and feeders ,
f2.rigi.U ; ; ! ) ; cows , bulls and mixed , S1.4JJ.33 ;
liogs-KojelpN , 27,0)J ; market steady , clos
ing weaker ; mixed. $ j.l53.'i.85 ! ; heavy , JJ.Oj ®
: i.b7'/i ' ; light. $ .l.i5W.DJ ( ; skips , 11.0 @ 'l.5) ) .
Sheep-ltecelpts , y.OOU ; market steady , clos
ing weak ; natives , $ . ' 1.505.ll ) ; western , 8J.UO ®
5.UU ; Texans , j.'l.25l.l5 ; lambs , $5.1U@5.70.
ST. Louis. Juno 25.-Cattlo Receipts , 3,200 ;
shipments , : ii : > , i ; market llrm ; fair to fancy
native steers , { 4.UOKI.75 ; stockers and feeders.
J2.851.75.
Ilo s Kccelpts , 5,000 ; shipments , 8,000 ; mar
ket Meady ; heavy , 1.7033.75 ; packing , UGOft-
: i.i7'/j ( ! light , W..Vil.f'S. '
KANSAS CITY , Juno 25. Cattle Keeclpts ,
: | , OJO ; shlpmenls , aOW ; market steady ; steers ,
RnnU4.r > U ; stockcrs and feeders , f-.00 < DW.70 ;
co\\s , $ i.doffli.r ; > o.
Hojts Hecolpts , 8,100 ; shipments , 1'JOO ; mar
ket higher ; all grades , % iXX\.W. \
E UTOVK.
Cattle.
Wednesday , Juno 25.
Estimated receipts of cattle 2.SW , compared
with 2,075 yesterday and 2.2 Weiluesdav of
last week. The receipts during the llrst half
of the week have been 5.S5I , compaivd with
0'Jll during tlio uorrotponilliiK period last
week , a failing oil of 1,01) ) . The market opened
lower , was very slow nearly alt day , steers
helling lOo lower , with not a lew sales repotted
15u lower. Among the he. ivy receipts aie some
very fair oaltlo. The receipts of cows was
liberal , but there were no fancy cows among
the arrivals. Cholco fancy co\Vs would brlns
about steady prices. The markot. on the best
grades of cows In the yarls , Is frj lower and
slow , other irr.ules arj olV moro. Together
with the hold-overs thu receipts of stockers
and feeders will supply all demands although
there was considerable Inquiry for that
kind of stock ,
Estimated receipts of hogs 8.100 , compared
with IMt.M yesterday and 8.818 Wednesday of
last week. The toi-elpts ( luring the llrst half
of the- week , have been 21,122 compared with
2 , " > , ! )71l ) during the corresponding period last
week , a falling "IT of 4.857. The market , under
the Inllucnco of large receipts and discourag
ing advices , opened slow and lower , closing
weaker than It opened. In the early morning
buyers set tlii'iifiu'ves ' to knock on ° 5 lolOc , t/ut
sellers were loth to accent the olVers. causing
the market to ho very slow during the early
morning hours. At midday forty loads yet
remained In tlrst bands , all of which sold at
steady prices during the'afternoon. . The ranzo
of rprices was l.4.Vi J.r > ? } i : Hirjit , 8l.l3i.:0 : ;
mixed. J.'l. xiM..V > ; heavv , $ ; i..V.43.7M. 'giu
average of the prices paid was Jj.fi I , comimrcd
with $ 't..Va ! ! yubterday and W.45 Wcdnoi > day of
last week.
Prices ,
The following Is a tablu of prices paH In
this market for thu grade of stook mmitloncd t
I'rlme stcoi-s. 1IIOJ to Hill Its . JI.IIO Cdl.5 : )
( ! oed steers. 12.VJ to 1150 Bn . 4.15 ft ) . 40
tioodsteurs. IO" > T to I.IK ) Ibs . II.S5 ffll.SO
Common. 1HW ) to 115J Ibs . y.M 4/i.SJ
Common cannurs . l.W & 2.IH )
Drdlnary to fair cows . l.r,1 Ct.i5 :
Kalr to good cows . l..K ' ) & 2.05
( iood to choice cows . 2.75 ® I.I5
Choice to fanev cows . 2.ll" > ( ( 'ItH
I'alrtogood hulls . 1.75 ( TM.05 '
Choice lo fancy bulls . 2.5) OtiM
Light stockers and feeders . 2.5) ) ( it'l.5ll
I'ecders , U5B to lliWlbs . S.1W 'I..VJ
I'alr to choice light hogs . ; i.li < tt'l.M
I'alrtocholco heavy hogs . : i..VJSft.r ) : | > 75 !
I'alr to cholco mixed hogs . 3.50 4M.53
t'l'riooi.
HODS.
The followlns table shtv.vi the j-an-jo of
prices pain for hogs :
l-'alr to choice light hogs * l II © 1 SO
I'alr to cholcj heavy ! 1 B-JSifoi r.7i !
I'alr to choice mixed U 50 ( iB'J 5J
SlltlU' .
I'rlmflfat shuep 5 01 ai 40
Oood fat sheup 4 M © > : W
Common to me.Hum shcop ) 0) ( 1 'J.i
Coinparntlvu Taliloi.
The following t iblo sho.ri . tha rano In
prices on ho.sdurln { this uu 1 last woj < ;
.1 Iju.VvVit Silos : of lli.ji.
Toiluy. Vostjnlay.
HUhoit ? IMi { Illuhest VI IW
Lowest : j 43 Lowest U 45
.Stock Ituuulpts ,
oniclal Ymtordav Kstlnritol To.lav.
rattle. . . . KouM.S.tir3 ) Oattlo..l4l ( > cars.-,810
llo.M. .IV.'cars. o.w : lloss l"J cars , b.100
Sheep Scars. 4 10
Horses. , . . 'Jcars , 47
AVOMBO IVloo of lloxt.
ShowliK tin avor.ito prloopild f.irloiUor
hoKSUii thu layjln Hjit-jJ In is ) ; , HiJ , Hi ) uiul
IfMt
Cost ur JIo i.
The followlutf tuUU Klvoi the uvorago coat
th ida' M m i ill ) m I , In Mu tint t'i3
, ii4b.i5U u.i , silo i rjpjrt ) I ;
Juno 2 . .170 .Iiinolft . af V {
.Iunoi. : nr 'i Juno 1 Ufa
.Time i . ; i.U4 .tuno m . a 45
. . . : i.V ) .Tune I'J ' . a 47
.lunoil . . . asiu .lime' ' ) . . . . . . 3M > i
.lunc 7 ; i M'i Juno 21 . : i M
, iu MOP : i5S .tiiiio2.i . a nt
.luno 10 : i n-i .rune 24 . a. Y ) < {
.Ittnull . : i. > S July 25 . . . . . a 51
June 12 . .1 V )
June K . 'AW
DlNptisltlou ol * Stootc.
ttio nirn'isr of cittb , lion un-1
sheep bought by the lotJInj buyorj on to *
day's market :
OATTr.B.
Hwlft.t Company . . . ( S57
The ( I. II , Hammond Co . 272
The Armoiir-Undahy 1'acklngCo . ( si
OniAha Packing Co . . . . U
U u Kotliiulillil . 121
llamllton fc Stephen . . . M
Hcnt'in Si Underwood . a )
NoN M-irrls . S3
Iiobmann &Trauurmiiiiii . 105
Other lluyow . . . . 211
IIO.TS.
The Armonr-Cndaby Tacking Co . n.SU
Omaha Packing Co . 8,8 K
Hwlft &Co . Tin
The (1. II. Hammond Co . 4H (
J. P.yiiilri's& | Co . , . Wll
Ilrltaln Hens . 15
llcprcHcntatlvo
IIEP.T 8TEEI11.
No , Av. t'r. No. Av. t'r. No. Av. Pr.
Pr.H
. 725 $101 14..l02."i * . ' ( IW : W..I2I5 H ! )5 )
. 750 325 4..10IX ) II IK ) 42. . 1100 3 l
. 830 . ' 140 St. . 1147 3 1)J 42..1HU 3 IB
. 1100 340 a . .12fi5 3 IK ) 3:1. : . 1174 4 IK )
. 014 340 2. 1175 375 3' ' ! . 1105 400
130) ) 350 8. . 1125 375 2l..ir'fl : 4 05
.1XV , 3 65 73. . 1X)7 ) 3 BO 17. . 1210 405
. 1105 3 UO SU..1IWJ 380
KIIII'PINO AND KXl'OltT STKRHS.
.i : a : w..uwi iw ai .1201 $ i 10
,1215 a 80 U2. .1424 3 UJ 20..1X' ! 410
.12U5 3 SO
COWS.
. 053 } 2 00 1..I020 J2 75 010 1 CO
OIS 200 0..1U2S S H ) flTO 30,1
.IIOJ 225 1. UM 2 M 13IO 310
.10W ) 225 0..1075 2 M IKK ) 310
.1ir.0 23) 0..10H ll2.'i 3 W
. 8M 2 .T > 4. 052 2 5'J 1. 11:10 : 310
. OB 240 17. IKK ) 2 M 1. 1100 20
.10110 2 .V ) 10. 9 ! ) J 855 11. 1130 110
.1IW ) S TO 1..1I50 8 IW 2. . 7W ! 340
. II.V ) 250 1. . 000 2C5 D. 8 0 340
. 720 250
BTOCKEHS AND
200 . . 820 3 25 IS..1225 T 25
2. . r,7i ) : ioo 4. . 8:12 : II 25 31 . . ( US J 30
: i 10 1..1020 3 25 2U. . IrJJ 3 40
innrau.
500 250 27. . 70 ? 3 2) 2. . 700 325
txn 2 (15 ( 3. . 913 30J 1..12JO 3 UJ
050 300
lIUI.TjR.
1..1500 210 1..1200 225 1. . 740 2 T5
1..1IIO 225 1..12UO 22.5 2. . 1875 880
CAN.NEIIS.
17..10.-0 140 2..1it5 : 1 81 1. . 850 185
1..KJ70 1 ( X ) 4. . 050 1 60
CALVES.
1. . 170 300 1 . 310 3 50 1. . 100 3 SO
1. . 270 350 3. . 203 3 50
OXEN.
2.2135 230 1..1370 2C5 2. .1700 875
34. .1049 3 S3
110(13.
No. Av. Sh. Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
43'J 217 $140 t3 ! 211 $ :150 :
3'J ' 2il 80 345 73 84il 350
CI 18 80 345 73M 40 3 f.O
1W 230 200 -M5 f.'i 2I'I ! 350
55 SIC 120 345 B2 277 80 350
CO 213 120 345 ( ,1 2l ! ) 350
C7 815 SJ 345 (11 ( 810 I8J 350
70 3.'l 80 3 47'i ' f > 7 213 350
07 231 3 175 ! 05 253 120 350
187 8.M KM 3 47"j 70HI 852 80 350
81 aia hO 347'i HI 280 hO 350
817'J
7'J 22.1 . 200 3 47'i 5 2lV 12J 350
57 254 80 3 I7 > i fill 270 . . 350
( il 2r" IfiO 3 47'i ' M 278 80 3 52' ' ,
(11 ( at ! ) 103 3 47 ! fit 804 80 3 fi2 !
lil 211 120 3 47'/j fitffi 281 2JO 3 .VJ'/j
51CO 21 210 3 47'/i ffi 203 240 3 52V >
CO 237 1UO 347 i ti5 253 40 3 58'i '
43 857 80 3 M fn 85 40 3 KVt
43U fnWl
( U ) 217 350 Wl 2S4 80 352'J '
71 212 80 350 " f > ! ) 80 3 32 ! 4
01 251 80 350 fu 88'l 200 3 52 H
01GO
GO 282 350 fit 255 80 3 ft2 > 4
07 2l > 80 3 .V ) f,7 2U ! 40 3 V i
257 120 350 f,7Ki 2. > ! ) 80 3 5'"i
82 350 02 27 ! ) 80 3 52' ;
73 22 ! ) 350 73 2-12 40 3 52'j '
Cth 2SJ 280 350 58 321 100 3 52 VS
C5 255 40 350 07 25 1110 35214
C5H ( 852 120 353 7.1 214 240 3 52'J '
( H 255 t > 0 350 G8. . , .2.4 ! 3 S'JVJ
lil 241 350 CO 278 80 i 52 H
70 80r 350 02 210 352(5 (
213 350 GU.t . . .S53 3 52 > J
245 200 350 ( t ! 278 120 352(4 (
04 2)8 ! ) ICO 350 Crt 245 40 352(5
04 259 350 54C2 274 40 3 52i !
08 . . . 270 120 350 C2 831 40 3 681
COne 857 1110 350 03 171 40 358(5 (
noH mis ino 353 02CO 280 a 5-/
( H 251 120 350 CO SiX ! 120 352(5 (
53 250 tO 350 04 2J 80 352(5 (
70 25"i 240 350 57CI 283 80 3 X'i
57 275 120 353 CI 2M ) 40 35215
(12 ( 205 350 50 : iIO 60 3 58 > J
01 24S 350 OS 250 180 352(5
02 2 : IS 240 350 52 335 180 355
53 8CB 103 350 CO ; X)7 ) 100 355
142 251 320 350 51 1188 -.355
CO 217 ICO 350 71 SH 80 355
01 25'J K ) 350 , 41 404 355
01Mi
Mi 24(1 ( 120 350 03 200 120 355
CO 8.M ICO 350 4 ! ) IBS ) 40 355
70 817 80 350 02 301 80 353
57 25 120 333 50 'Ell 40 355
75 313 120 350 52 liOl 40 355
51 : ! 07 SO 350 50 2 0 12J 3 55
57 07 1 20 3 50 58. 2SS 3 55
71 241 800 353 (11 ( 2hO 80 355
55 841 180 350 03 870 40 355
71 847 103 350 51 2S5 18J 355
51K'
0 ! ) 812 120 350 K' 2W 120 355
57 244 U'O 3 5'J CO 252 80 355
575S
5S 2l ) 80 350 57 20 ! ) HiO 355
53 283 80 3 50 57 200 80 355
55 2il'l fcO 353 50 334 3 57'/5
01. . . 277 353 53 320 80 3 374 !
Market Mention.
Cattle lower ,
lloss a hhade lower. "
Fuller , Smith & Fuller so'.d boss.
E. H. Cannon , Hulilrojo , marketed hogs.
John Weldman , .Mead , was among those who
sold bos.
Ij. Hoedecker brought In a car of cuttlo from
Louisville.
OoorjioV. . Ilcarnea bad a car of hogs In from
Davenpoit.
Ilanna Brother * , Smyrna , marketed four
cas of cattle.
I ) . Atkins had a car of cattle on tbo market
from I'rlend.
W. Husenctterof Llnwoodbrought In Dvo
caisof cattle.
W. li. Tubbs was over from Emerson , la. ,
with a car of ho s.
Henry Me Cord , Oakland , had u load of cat
tle on the market.
II.V. . XIcFadden was In with two cars of cat
tle from llolbrook.
Samuel Cot nor. PIckroll , disposed of u car of
lie s on the market.
K. A. Temploton & Oo. sent down a car of
IIOKS from Teunmah.
Two lump jawed steers were condemned and
flhothy Inspector Howard ,
Utchllolil was represented by Titus & Tor-
hune , who Fold a ear of hogs.
James I'razlor. the veteran Columbus ship-
pur , was here with two cars of bog.s ,
J. li. Itlchards , a heavy dealer of Ashland ,
was on the market with two cars of cattle.
OJI.IIIA E 3IA1CKETS.
Produce.
COHN is
OATS -3Hf Mc.
llAV-KUJ@ll.OO.
HllAX Stt.OO.
FIHII L'urlb : I'erch , 7c ; bulTalo , To ; pon-h ,
7c : pickerel , 8c ; pike. Ocj trout. Do ; white , Oo :
eropple. I ( Jo : eat llsh , lie ; col slmik , I2o ;
lloundurs , iie : ; Oregon salmon , 13c ; black buss ,
15c ; lobalcis , I8c.
Ai'i't.i : lliMTKit Per 11 > . C ® e.
WOOL Kino unwashed , lliftlOo ; medium un
washed , isli.'le : eonr.se rtnwashed , ISii''Oo.
IliniM , PIII.TS A.NII TAI.I.OW Orccn salted
bides , 5'.iilc ; dry salted hides , f.c | dry Hint
bides , OVittSoi calf hides , 4ift7tic. ! Damaged
bides 2i ! less. Sheep iiclls , reen. each. .Vic ®
fl.25l sheep pells , dry , per Ib , OUIle ; tallow , A
No. I , 4cs No. 8 , 3i ( | ioi Brease , white , 3i4Qlo :
yellow , 2i'ifrlo.
HDNKS itjuotatloiis are for delivery In Chi
cago. ) Dry buiralo , per tour SIC.iJtt&tS.i'Oj dry
country , blenched , siu.JO.IH3.00j dry country ,
damp and meaty , KlMiilU.UJ.
.11:1,1.11- : ; : ii1tlo ( per II ) .
Duns.sKi ) VKAI < Chulco medium , GG'c ; light ,
55'icj heavy. 4aio.
liiNSKini On. > - Haw. OOc : boiled , ( Vic.
CIIIKU Per bill , rellned , W.OU ; half bill. J 1.23 ;
hard elder , mm' , per libl , J5.00 ; orange elder ,
half bill. $ i.OJ ; pear elder , half bbl , (7.00.
Pout/rilY Pur do/on , cholco bens , i'l.oOft.'l.flO ;
choice mixed , tiJOKlM ) ; i-oostert. . * 8.M > i > .2.i5 ;
spring chickens. $ . ' .UniW.25 fornmall ; . ' .25 3.00
for medium ; W.f > J4tl.OO for lurgej Iivo turkeys ,
perlb.lxailX ) .
llUTTKii-Cieamery , fancy rolls , print. 107i
'ic : creamery , fanuy , solid packed , l.vaiTe ;
creamery , choice , lOiiU'c ; dairy , fancy rolls
and prints , l itl.'liv dairy , faucy > .olld jiuuked ,
HKftlio ; dairy , uhnlce. US.Uo ; country roll ,
fancy , 8SMo ; choice , 7.T.'o ( . . ; Infeilor , '
per dozen for strictly fresh ;
stale stock not saleable ,
CiiEisK--Faiioy : V. A. , full cream. lOWMlo :
full cream twins , 01ittlO)4o ) ; choice full
uruiiiu twins , WilOu ; skims , OffiSo : SwUs do-
ine.itlei5il7oilliiiburKer : , fancy , 1013oj brick.
] Ujbl2U ,
llBANrt-Hand picked navy. tl.60Sl.7S ; hand
picked navy , medium , H.SOIfl.GO : hand picked
country , lt.40ttl.CO ; Kood oloun , Jl.lUUl.8j.
iua 1'er W-lb box , l. 3
I Vi ) outhorii per bit f-M
'
A'PIIICOTSMlli crntps. 2.0.
I'r.Ai'iir.4 ' Arkansai , 'i lit ! box. II.OOOI.30.
PlNBAiM'f.KS I'crUor. R.M < ' I.W ,
OIUNOIH I'crln"t. Mrdlterranenn Hwrotn ,
f 1,75 ; Ios Anuele . $1.00 ; fnn-y. p.u.irto seed-
lings. 11.50) ) lto.ll , Uxvn.fl..V ( ) . f'- '
I.Kiio.ND Per bov. Mo'ilnn. fnnoy. tfl.MKST.Ofl !
dtrlell v.cholce , M.SOiW.OJJ extrji ( aticy lemons ,
. . . .
STliAwnKllltlKPcr2l'n' " . < * . choice uhlp-
tf .stock , * J.75'ii l.r > : cood. J.tOlKV ) .
A.si'iiBiiiiiKS lied. f..0 > Jf.7.'i ) per 81 nt ease I
black. tJ.VKM.iK ) per 21 nt case.
IH.ACKIIKHIUHS iM r ' 1.00 per24 nt cn e.
OoiSKiiKitiitn Two bilsboljNtaiiil , t3.00.
Coco ANfT.M Per hundred , .
PICKI.KH Medium , per bbl , M.V ) ; .imoll , M.Ml
gherkin * . (7,50 ; C , and II. cho\t chow , ( its , t3,83 ;
pints. ( I.i5. :
\VATin.MitON9-PerlOO. : : tavrtlH.ai.co.
CANTAi.otri'K-Por doz , tfl.oufl.n.09.
VKOKTAIII.ES Now outliorn otilon , nor bbl ,
JI..VT new fouthern potatoes , 1 1.50 per hoi.
TOMATOES Per4-baskot crate. t8.2.VS2..V ) .
Groccrlon.
SUOAIIS Cut loaf. 7'fej cubs " ' ( < ! standard ,
powdered , TUe ; XXXX , powdered , PC ; granu
lated , tt'le ; confectioner A , 040 : climax XC.
fl'.ei Nebraska XC.OUo ; amber , 6ie ; Canary
d. r.'ic.
COKKF.G Green Pnney golden lllo. 2.1c ;
fancy old peiihurry.SUtai lllocholco to fancy ,
Kljio ; Klo , prime , 2:10 ; Klo , peed , 22'ic ' ; Santos
ami common Klo , NWWlc ; Mocha , ' "Jo ! Java ,
genuine O. a. , 2SCj Java. Rood lntcrlor25c ;
Afrlcan.22e. !
COKI-KR Koastcd Arlosa. 25Jc ; llunola ,
25ie ; MeLaughlln XXXX. 2.Vic ; German ,
254io ; DllworthV. SSlioi Mon , aval's Jlnll-
pouch , ! ! 5nic ; Moclia,3u ( , O. U. Java , 'Ck1.
l-'Aiit.vAciots : ; Oooust Hurley , 314 ; farina ,
M ; peas' , 3c : oatmeal , lUffi'l'Sc ' ; macaroni , lOc ;
vermicelli , lOc ; rice , 4.Jtt'Jic ? ( ! ; MIUO and tapi
oca , fi.7c ; lima beans , Co ; spill peas , 3c ;
CASNBU ( loons I'nilts , California standard
brands , 24-lb. ! per doz Aprlcot.s , SLTtufiOS ;
apricots , life fruit , JI.5' ) ; gallons. t"O ) ; black
berries. ii.25 ; cherries black , f2. 0 ( < 61J.25i chor-
rles , white. Ji.25Tt2.50 ; grapes , $ I.V ( > ai.M ) ; pears ,
llartlctt , tS.lofSSJnpeaches \ , yellow2.10i2.25- ( !
peaches , lemon cling. IJ.40 : plums , egg , -
9 I
> i
Douches , 3-lb eastern standards , $ | .K > ; 3-lb pie ,
$1.25 ; gallons , pie , J'1.03 ; apples , high .standards ,
ft' . 15 ; 2-lb gooseberries , ! Kc ) ; 2-lb strawberries
IHKaittc ; .Mb raspberries , tl.'JO : 2-lb blueberries ,
WKB.iUc ; 2-lb blackberries , flY ? * 3c : 8-lb .straw
berries. preserved , $1,80 ; 2-lb raspberries , pre
served. il.80 ; 2-lb blackberries , iire.served.il.80 ;
pineapples Hahama chopped , $3.00 ; 8-lb Ma
nama grated , J3.75 ; 8-lb llahama sliced , $2.H ( ) ;
8-lb staudaid sliced , $ I.251.50 ; cherries , 2-lb
red. Haltlmoio , KiBffic ; poais 8-lb , JI.U :
VKOBTAiii.Ktf Tomatoes a Ib extra , tl.OO 3
Ib standard western brands , IWo ; gallons
strictly standard. tMK ) . Corn Finest grown ,
tl.OO ; gilt elged : sugar corn , very line , (1.50 ;
choice 2 Ib sugar corn , $1.10 ; 8 Ib extra western
brands , 85oial.0fl ; 2 Ib standard western
brands , C5475c. Mushrooms 1 Ib French , ex
tra line , 22&25c ; 1 11) French , line , IBfffcX'c ; 1 Ib
French , ordinary , 13lSc. Peas Trc.s , line ,
per can. 2. " > e ; dcml-llne. per can. ICc ; 2 Ib sifted ,
Jl.C-J ; 2 Ib early June. tl.ft'.atl,33 ; 2 Ib Marrow
.standard brands , f l.lll ; 2 Ib soaked , 57e. String
beans-3 Ib high grade. Uufiifiee. S5e ; 8 Ib Golden
den was beans , TUo ; 2 Ib string beans , COc. Mma
bcaiiSr-2 Ib .soaked , 73c. llirton baked
beans 3 Ib Lewis. $ I.C5 ; Crown brands. Jl:30. :
Sweet potatoes 3 Ib New Jei-st.y , { | .CO. Pump
kins 3 Ib , i.110. Okra and tomatoes , $1.00 ; okra
J ! . ( / ) ; Hllccotash , $1,80.
Diiinii FirjiTS Currants , new , S'iffiTc ;
prunes , casks , lioO : Ibs. < H4e ; prunes , bbl or
bag. Cc'i ? ( citron peel , drums , 20 Ibs , 23c ; lemon
peel , drums , iOo ; apples , choice evaporated ,
lOci'.MIchlgan , Us Co ; Persian dates , 7c ; black
berries , evaporated , 50-lb boxes , 5'ic ' ; cherries ,
pitted , dry eurcd , 13c ; raspberries , evaporated ,
N.'V . , new , : ac ) ; prunes , 1 { . C' . . 03-70. "
orange peel , I5c ; raisins. California , London
crop IMt ) , 3.3' > ; California , loose mus atols ,
erop IS'.U. Ww ; Valcnchis. ISSj , CKJJ Valonchts ,
new , tic ; California seeds , sks , 8'5c. '
FISH Cod llsh , extra Georges , new , 5'e { ;
grand bank. new. 4ic ( ; 'silver. 8-lb blocks , lie ;
snow white , 3-11) bricks , new , . 7iic ; Turkey cod ,
large middle bricks , 8'iu ' ; snow-while , crates ,
12-5-Ib boxes , 7Jie ; medium sealed heiTlng,25c :
No. 1 .scaled herring , 80e ; domestic Holland
herring , 40c ; Hamburg .spiced herrings. liOo ;
Husslan sardines. C5c ; KiNslan sardines plain ,
50o ; Imported Holland herring , crown hr.ind ,
80c ; do fancy mllkeis.OOc ; mnekerel. No. 1. shore ,
half bbls.tl3.00 : hloalershalf bills. 51S.OO ; white
1Kb , half bbls. $ : . ( ) ! ) ; trout , half bblst3..VJ ; fam
ily white IMi , SI.50 ; .salmon , ? s..V ) ; i-ib mack
erel ( herring ) if 1.00 : 1-lb finnan baddies , Jl.flO ;
1-lh lobsters. KM-Va'-VH ; 1-lb Alaska salmon ,
Aleut.tl.33 ; 3-lb oysters , IOo7.tl.U5 ; 1-lb oysters ,
SOT : , il. 15 ; 3-lb selects , 12 o2.35 ; Mb clams ,
llttlo necks , $1.25 ; 2-lb clams , little necks ,
$1.75 : ' 5-lb sardines , Imported , per case. 100s ,
tl5.00@VU.00 ; (4-lb ( Imnortcd boneless sardines ,
key , $23.00 ; ! i-lb sardines. American , per case ,
10is : , French style , $ I.405.W ( ; 2-lb sardines.
American , per case , 100s , FiViich style , $7,5(1 ( ®
S.OO ; ! i-lb sardines , mustui-d , per case , 50s ,
$ . 'I.7.V3.I.OJ ; Imported key saidlncs. t3.nj. !
SAI.SOUA ISbK , lo ; grauulivted , 2c ; kegs.
'
t-ODA-Pkgs , CO Ibs to box , ! > " ! f35'4c.
NUTS Almonds. 15u ; Hraziis , 14c ; niborts.
12 ( c ; pecans , lie ; walnut , 12'5c ' ; peanut cocks ,
black strap. S'.lc. '
W.IIAITIMI PAITIII Straw , per Ib , l5G24c ! ! ;
rag , 3'5c ' ; Manilla 11 , 5EWe ; No. 1 , 8c.
KAOS Union Hiiuare , 305c ! iier cent off list.
SAi.T-Dalrv. 241) Ibs lu bbl. bulk. $2.10 ; best
grade , CO , 5s , y'Mn ; best grade , 100 , 3 < . $2.U ; best
grade , 18 , Ids , $2.20 ; rock salt , crushed , 81.80 ;
comm ) n. bbl. $1.25.
Castile , mottled , per Jb , OSlOc ; do ,
white , per Hi , He. .
llnoosis-Parlor , 5 tic , $3.00 ; 4 tie , S2.75 ; 2 tie ,
J2. 25 ; stables. $2.85 ; common , tl.50ifil.75.
COCOA ' 4-lb tin , 40c per Ib.
Ciiocor.ATE 2233c per Ib ; German chicory ,
red , B5c. !
Iloi'K llasls Manilla rope. I5c ; sisal rope ,
12e ; eottpn rope , Hie ; new process , 8(5c. (
COTTON TWINB Illbb , very line , 3 or 4 ply ,
22c ; line , 20c ; daisy , 18o ; candle wick , 22c.
OMViis Quarts , per doz , $4.00 ; pints , per doz ,
$2.50 ; bulk , per galfl5e.
Vi.NiiAit Il'l gr , elder , lOc ; good , 12o whlto
wine , 15c : fancy fruit. 8c.
STOVK POMHII $ 'i.OO > W.87 pergrosq.
HAGS Am , per 100 , J17.03 ; Lewlston , per 100.
*
Oiis-Keroscnc-P.W..llo . \ . headlight
, - - . ; W.\V.,13o ;
light , 14"3c ; gasoline , lie ; buluU oil , A 1 , 42.00 ®
U.UO per doz. _
VrovMoni.
MEATS Packers' prices Smoked hams 10 Ib
average , 07ic ; smoked hams , 20 to 82 Ibs , ! > e ;
smoked hams , 12 to 14 Ibs , lOHc ; extra heavy
hams , 23 to 25 Ibs average , 81C ; skinned slic
ing , 18 to 80 Ibs average , lOo ; California hams ,
7'ic ; breakfast bacon , oloar , 73 c : rib , 8'ic :
bam Kausage , 8u ; iilcnle bams , 7'in ' ; dried
beef hams , 8'ic ; beef tongucrt , par dotil.IX ) ;
per Ib. , 0'5e ; dry salt moats , .rx3c ( ! ; mess
jiork , per bbl , , $18.73 ; extra mess beef ,
85.50 ; sausage , per Ib , bologna , 4c ; star , 4'/4e ;
liver , 45e ! ; blood , 4'/jo ' ; head chee.se , J'-f. Add
2ic per Ib foe lots less than 53 Ibs. Pig pork ,
boneless , per bbl. , $1:1.50 : : half bbl. , $7.25 ; quar
ter bbl. , $ .1.75 ; kits , tl.15 ; pigs nocks , half bbls. ,
$1.75 ; quarter bbls. . $3.ir > ; oltbtb bbls. , $ O.CO ;
kits , 15 Ibs , $1.15 ; pigs feet , ha7 ! bbls. , $2.75 ;
miarterbbls. , J1.40 ; elghlb libs. , 80c ; kits , 15
Ibs each , C5C.
lliKs ) l .Il IlKKi1 Steers , 303 to 001 Ibs average
native , li 'jjUu ; steers , 403 to 50) ) Ibs , average ,
niulve , Ofo'l'-ic ' ; covvb and belters , 40J to 500 Ibs ,
average , 5'sc ,
CANNII : ) MKATS Cornell beef. 1 Ib , $1.20 ;
corned beef , 2 Ib , $ . ' .10 ; lunch tongue , 1 II ) ,
(2.UI ; lunch tongue , 2 Ib , $1.75 ; brawn , I II ) ,
81.20 ; brawn , 2 Ib , $0.00 ; ox tongues , 1(5 ( 11) , J5.03 ;
oxtongues , 21b , $0.00 ; chipped beef , I'i Ib ,
$ I.V5 ; chFppad beef , 1 Ib , $2.10 ; roast bet-f , 1 Ib ,
round cans , $1.20 ; roast beef , 2 Ib , round cans.
$3.00 ; polled ham , h Ib , round cans , 05u : potted
ham , ' ,4 Ib , round cans , $1.20 ; deviled ham , U
Ib , loiiml cans.C5c ; deviled ham , U Ib , round
cans , $1.20 ; potted ox tongue , ' 4 Ib , round cans ,
C5e : potted ox tongue , V Ib , round cans. $1.33 ;
compirsssd ham , 1 Ib , square cans. SI , 75 ; com
pressed ham. 5 Ib , square cans , 62.75 ; tripe. 2
Ib , round cans , H.M ) ; minced collops 2 Ib ,
round cans , f-.CO ; boneless pigs feet , 2 Ib ,
square cans , $2.25.
IMIIII OILS n\tr.i lard oil , w s , 4Sc ; extra
No. 1 lard oil , 43u : No. 1 lard oil , 35c ; No. 2 laid
oil , If.V ; pure neatsfoot oil , 53c ; 5 gal. can , 55e
gal ; extra uoatsfoot oil , 4 'Jo ; No. 1 neatsfoot
oil. 3Sc ; tallow oil , 42c.
Hficiii ) PKIS' TosflUKs 11 ul f barrels $ n.no ;
iiuarter barrels , $ .V75 ; eighth barrels , (3,03 ;
kits. 15 Ibs each , $2.25.
TAM.OW A , No. 1 , 4ye ; stearlno , O' c.
I'IUKI.KII llKHt'ToNdUKs Half barrels , 18.50 ;
quarter barrels , $3.50 ; eighth barrels. $3.00.
LAUD Tierces Hull nod lard compound , 5 ? > c ;
iniiu leaf , (11 ( , o ; kettle , 7c. Add ( > o to Tic per
Hi for smaller packages.
PiCKi.KiiTiiii'i : Half barrels , J2.no ; quarter
barrels , $1.00 ; eighth barrels , COc ; kits , 15 Ibs
each , 50c.
llONuvcoMii Tiiiri : Half barrels , $ . ' 1.75 ; quar
ter barrels. * 3.IO ; eighth barrels , 11.13 ; Kits , 15
Ibs each , We.
I'HIIIC TDNIUJKS Uncooked Mild Cured
Half barrels , 100 Ibs , J7.M ; quarter barrels , 50
Ibs , $1.00.
SAUSAdK CAsiNds Cattle Tierces and bar
rels , middle , per Ib , Odu ; round , 3Xc ; bungs ,
4e ; bog casings , 18a per Ib ; hog bungs. No. I ,
4'je ' each ; rounds , per sot 100 feet , 18'5e set ;
middles , per set 57 feet , 3.osoU ] wcasands less
than l.OOJ-pleco lots , 3iocacn ( : small bladders ,
less than 500dolots , lt-c per do/.t largo blad
ders , less than MJ-doz lots , 30c per doi.
, Dry f.'ooilH.
HEAVV llnow.s Corross Atlantic II , 7M" :
Atlantle II , 7e ; Atlnntlo 1) ) , fi''f ; Atlantic P ,
Co ; Aurora O , 44c ? ; llnck's Head. CV ; Cabut
\\G"to ; Darlington , O o ; Farmers' No 1 , 74
4Vie ; HooHlrr ll < , 5'iu ; Indian Head , 7Jio ;
Liiwrenco 1. 1. , 5'ic ; Henrlelta I.I5'ic. .
FINK HnowNCoiTONK Atlantlo l.lj. Cc ; Au
rora II , Uo ; Aurora H , eve ; Atlas O N II. 74e ! ;
cheesecloth , tc ; I'llnton FRSJicj Poppet-ell It ,
Cite ; l < angdon G II , If.
lli.KAciiKi ) COTTONS -Ilorkeloy cambric No.
CO , U ; llcst Vet , O.'Jc ; lliut rclolb XX , 4"c ;
t'abot. 7'io ; First Call.C'/.c ' ; Prult of tbo Loom ,
8lic ; H II. Semper Idem , BO ; Housekeeper , 8 e :
King Philip cambric , lOe ; I.angdnn G II , mio ;
Lonsdale. bUw ; I-oiisdulo cambric , lOe ; New
V ork .Mills Uo ; Oak huwn , 7c.
I'cppcreU.O-l ,
tiorptl.M , S-Ji-i IVpporoll , 10280 ! t'tlt'a , B-i ,
S4i-i rtlPii.iM.aiO ! I Hen. lO88 te.
UlNdllAMS Xmo'ki'iip. nvo ! Anuwfcrnif ,
clroM , 8'4C ' | Ilatrs. O'lpj Warwick , ilie i , Tie ;
l.nncnitcr , n'ici lilcimlre , fl.VuiVhlttonloii ,
ilroM , 8'ic.
P i ! TS Itidlgobluo Net MnrtliaAVashliiff-
Ion , do ; AmerlCiin , O'te : Arnold , C'ic ; Arnold
II , long cloth. 20o ; t < tlfcl A , k'cj Merrlmnck ,
> , lOo ; Gold Leaf , K'iei Hamilton , 5'io ' ; Allen
Pinks O ic ; Allen ( Jlmiubrny , Cc ; Gloucester ,
6'SO.
I'liiNis Fnncles Kddystotip , Oi < c : Stool
Illver , Oc | llamnpo. 4'ie ' ; St. Ii > dger. 5'iut
Shirtings.Martha Washington , 4'ie ; Merrl-
ninck , 4 > 4o. Turkey llciU Fountain , OJJul
Garner. 7c ( CrellPld. 8'So : llorlln , Oijc.
WIOANSNot , Thistle. i'ic ; lied Cross 7P.
I'oi.oiiKtictAMiiiut's Crown. 4lo ; lied Star ,
4'jc ' ; rolled Clover , 5o ; Slater , Co ; high colors
Ic extra.
( . 'HASH Stevens' II. 10-ln' , 5)io ) ; StovpnV I ) ,
lS-lnOc ; Steven * ' A. 10-ln , 7e ; Stevens' P. 18-ln ,
71e ; Slovens' M , 18-ln , 8io ! ; Stevens' N. 8i-ln ) ,
8'4 ' ! Stevens' NN , 80-ln , D'5c ! Stevens' SllT ,
80-ln , ll'lc ; blenched , lo extra.
DKNtMK Net Amoskeag , U-oz , in > . { o ; York ,
camlet , I'-'c ; Kverelt , stundui-d. 124c ; Hay
maker's. 7Mc ; Old Vork , XX , 10 > { o ; l.awrencp.
220.13'.Jc ' ! hawrenco. U-oz , 154e ! ; fancy stripes
and cheeks. llJc. !
CoTTONAiir.s York Nankin , 10'ip ' ; Everett.
8-oz , 18c : Lewlston , lO-oz J'ic ' ; Worklngnmn'H ,
He ; Corkscrew cashmere , 23c. (
' Motnln.
llr.oci ) TIN Small pig , 30o per lb ; bar , 30o
per lb.
t'oi'i'Hit Planished holler sizes 320 per lb ;
cold rolled , We per lb ; fdieatblng , 28c per lb ;
pltts and Hats 21k ; per lb.
( lAI.VAMXtill SlIKBT lllON UlsCOUHt 50-10 per
cent , pat. plan. Iron , Nos. 21 and 27 , A , 10ic ! ; II ,
Tl'.v _ PrATK-I. 0. . 10x14 , 225 , J7.00 ; I. X. , 10x11 ,
" 7liotf-'iNO-Clmrcoal ( , I. 0. , 1I.\2J , 112 , $5.50 ; I ,
" Siuiirr IIION--NO. 80. fl.V ) ; No. 27 , $3.CO.
SoMinn Strictly half and half , too.
TIN Pl.ATII-l'oke , 14x80. 118 , $0.83.
STIXI , NAH.S Hase , t.'ju.
STIXI , WIIIK NAH.a Itasc. JJ.05.
WniE-lap. barb , $ X85j galv. $ 'J.S3.
The ItiiHluc8H Situation.
Tbo inotioy innrltet continoj easy with a
fair demand for loans nnil tin ample supply
with which to meet theih. Uatca nro
steady nt 8 per cent. General trndo bogiiw
to ilrap and travelltiB salesiiiun are comlnfj
homo to assist at stock taking. Prices show
but slight chango. Sugar droops ntut coffee
Is weaker. Foreign fruits are linn mill
higher. Lemon : ) are up SI.00 per box with n
very brisk demand. The sale of llro works
lias been heavier this year tlititi Usual , two of
the principal retail houses having made
preparations to dispose of $7,500 worth each.
The cigar manufacturers are much exer
cised over tlio tobacco schedule , of the tnrllT
bill which imposes duties calculated to throw
tlio entire trade in this line into thn hands of
tlio largo oastwn factories and if the bill is
passed as it stands many of the small deal
ers will be forced out of business.
of I'ytliliia lUcniinl Conclave ,
at Milwaukee , Win. , .July , 1HIU ) .
For this reut occasion oxcur.sion tick
ets will bo sold from all principal points
in the United States and Canada to Mil
waukee and return via tlio Chicago ,
MilwaukeeSt. . Paul railway at half
rates.
As its name indicates the Chicago ,
Milwaukee it St. Paul railway is the
direct route to. Milwaukee , and as the
camp "round for the Uniformed Knights
( to which point cars and trains will bo
run through without transfer ) is located
directly on this line , it will bo Keen that
the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. 1'aul mil-
way lias great advantage over other
routes which are unable to furnish such
facilities , and visiting Knights , their
families and friends should bear this
in mind when purchasing excursion
tickets.
A circular giving detailed information
will bo mailed free upon application lo
A. V. II. Carpenter , general passenger
agent , Milwaukee , Wis.
J. " E. PIIESTON , F. A. NASH ,
Pass. Agent. Gen'l Agent.
1501 Farnam Street ( Barker Bleak ) ,
Omaha.
Tlio Totmouo Huliucliilo.
The tobacco schedule of the new tariff bill
reads as follows ;
212 Leaf tobacco , suitable for cigar wrap
pers , if not stemmed , $3 par pound ; if
stemmed , ? 2.75 per pound ; provided , that if
any portion of any tobacco imported in any
bale , box or package , or in bulk , shall be auitr
able for cigar wrappers , the entire quantity
of tobacco contained in such bale , box or
package or bulk , shall bo dutiable ; if not
stemmed at § . ' per pound , if stummed at § 3.75
per pound. (287) ( ) .
! 31J ! All other tobacco in leaf , unmanufac
tured and not stemmed , : t5 cents per pound , if
stemmed , fiO cents per pound. (82S. ( )
! 34 ! Tobacco , manufactured , of nil descrip
tions , not specially enumerated or provided
for in this act , -10 cents per pound. (8M. ( )
2 15 Snuff and snuff llour , manufactured of
tobacco , ground dry or damp , and pickled ,
scented or otherwise , of all descriptions , fie
cents pur pound , ( ill. )
Jill Cirfnw , cigarettes and cheroots of all
kinds , SI. 50 per pound and 25 per centum ad
valorem ; but paper uiinirs and cigarettes , in
cluding wrappers , shall bo subject to the
same duties us are herein imposed upon cigars.
Not a California Hear.
Anybody can catch a cold this kind of
weather. The trouble Is to let go , like the
man who caught the bear. AVe advise our
readers to purchase of tbo Goodman Drug
company a bottle of SANTA ABIK , the Cali
fornia King of Consumption , Asthma , Bron
chitis , Coughs and Croup Cures , mid kcr-p it
handy. "J'ts pleasing to the taste and death
to the above complaints. Sold at $1 , 00 n bottle
tlo or J ! for SJ.fiO. CALIFOHNIA CAK-H
CUKE gives immediate relief. The Catar-
rlial virus is soon displaced by its healing
and penetrating nature. Give it a trial.
Six months treatment , SI. 00 ; sent by mail ,
SI. 10.
A Site for IjoiuIon'H IJijt Tower.
A site two miles west of St. John's
Wood has boon fixed upon for the Wat-
kin tower , and a small company of en
gineers , capitalists , railway inon and
others are about to inspect it. It is not
intended that any times shall bo lost in
carrying out the project. The ground
is actually bought , and before many
weeks are over the digging of the foun
dations of the tower will bo commenced.
' MUCH' Nerve niul Liver 1'llln.
An important discovery. They net on the
liver , stomiicli and bowels through tbo
nerves. A now principle- . They speedily
euro billiouaness , bad taste , torpid liver ,
piles and constipation. Splendid for men ,
women mid children. Smallest , mildest ,
surest , ltd doses for 25 conta. S.unples free
utICulin &Co.'s 15th and Douglas.
General IjoriKHtrcct na n Historian.
General Longstrcot , the most distin
guished surviving soldier of the con
federacy , after upending two weeks in
St. Louis as the guest of Mr. Jerome
Hill , left for his Georgia home on Thurs
day , fcays the St. Louis Republic. It is
understood that General Longstreof is
engaged upon a history of tlio civil war ,
and especially of the campaigns In which
ho took part , and , if ho lives to com
plete the work , it can not fall to be a
valuable contribution to the history of a
conllict all of which lie BIUV and purl of
which lie was.
1002. Sixteenth and Farnam streets is
thg now Rock Island tiokot.olllco. Tick
ets to all points east at lowest rates.
Denver , Colo. ,
Capital Prize $7,500.
TICKKTS , no CIONTH KACH.
$26,370 PAID EACH MONTH.
BANK OF COMMERCE PAYS ALL PRIZES.
Address B , F , R1IODUS ,
DENVER , COLORADO ,
SIIROEDER & DEAN ,
GRAIN
,
Provisions and Stocks ,
Basement First National Bank ,
OO South 18th Stro3t , On nhn
RfflLWRYTIMEGMRD
u ci rcifipAno. nuifriis'ivfuv A tf rxr > rT > .
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tx aroi llimi.tNiTrO.V7t W. lllVBIUXrclros
OmMi.l. IK'pot IQlli nnJ Mn < on atrfota. I Umalin.
Dearer Day Kxpresj. . . . . .
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0.10 p in Denver Nlulit Vxitre ! s
JUS n til
"ICiXTl1. J. , VU.
Oniahn. l ) | H > t lUtli nut ) Mnion
. . . . Clljr Day . . (1.10 ( p m
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7..TO p in I'nelflc Kiprt'js , . . , 7.15 n in
lo.ai ii in Denver Hipron. . . 1.0.1 p in
Ornatt Inland Kxp. ( eicepl 1.45 p ni
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0.15 n in . . . .Chicago Kxpru s . ' . p m
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Ji.10 p ra , _ .Vorki _ Nurfulk ( Kx. Siiiiiiijr ! | ) _ . . IlO.'J n m
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SI. 1'iiul l.lmitLMl H.'i'i 11 m
llancoft I'HHSonttur ( Kt. Hun ) . . ) S.l.'i : t in
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TIICKO tralni nlnn ntnp ntMi \ , 17th , aitli unit Sltli
Krects , Summit niul nvhlKU Crusslnif.
men's tralm clu not run Hiimlay.
llroi : Trans Sheol'y
way fer Oinnha Sta- Sontli Albrl't
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Transfer | Union Depot , Council IllunM , Transfer
'lOw p m I . " . NTKlinjiliru fs 1)'I5 ) a in
ii.SO n ml . Atlantic Kxprcjs 6.55 p m
S.OO p ml _ . . VeUlhnlu l.lmlUM Ill.KO a m
'IjcnruB fClllOAllO . 'KOTlTllWlWrhK ] Arrive *
Transferl Unli n Depot , Connrll liluBs. iTrnnsfer
11.40 n in | . I'lilcaKO Kxiross | O.UI p in
6.UO p m . Vcstlbulo Mmlted 'J.'M a m
10.00 p .11 . Knnlurn Flyer , 2.1W p in
Ji.UO PJiiJ. . . . . . . AtliiiiUcjMnll.lli. . . 7.ip : n m
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Transferl Union Depot. Council Hltitls. ITransfcr
V.ra n m . .Chicane Mall ( except Sunday ) .
Ii.'i0 p m . Clilc.iKO Hxprots .
. .Clilciigo Kxprcss.
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firTh ( ) i7ir..lCnnsiui ! Citr Iay ) KTp H . . . . ; . . i : ; p m
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TrninTurl Union Depot , Council llliiffH. ITrniufiT
Bnstwnrd. I
PRINCIPAL POINT ,
EAST , WEST ,
NORTH and SOUTH
1302 Fnnnm Sfroor.
HARRY P.DEUEL ,
Ci y Paesongor nnd Tlclcot
1409
DOUBIAS---STREET.
- - .
On nccotint of otir
tintl iiicronsinir Prnutiuo ,
wo luivo U10MOVJOD to
moro ( ipiiL'ioiia niul coti-
vcniuut ollco3. )
Betts ,
1409 Douglas St. Omaha , Neb ,
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATfflENT ,
Bpodflo for Hyiferla , I > ! nlnM , FUi. Keur lffla ( Wi\lc
lulnrM. iicntal ln-pri-ntou hurtonlniror thu llinln , ro >
rultlniIn liv-anttyaaj K'd.llnif . to mUoiy rtocav iu J
Ui th , IVi'iniiuru ; Old Affe , lurrvtinrw. Lofiut I'nHur
Ineltlief rex * luvoluntur/ ( * , n < l hprnnAtuirhcrA
cauie-l br over-vxortloi of thu brutn. clf > i tmve or
uvoMnduljffnce. K&ch box contains onomonlL'i treat *
m nt. 6lal > ox , or * i for I ) . int br riiQlljirep.'vlJ.
With each ortlor for li boif * * will tuml purt'haier
inui.inteu In rrfiina tnurirr If Om Irorttinrnt falU to
cu * * < > ' * uiruv
GOODMAN DIIUQ CO. ,
1110 Farnum Street , Omaha , Neb.
NEbHAeiKA
National Bank
D. B. D aTfOaiTOUY. OMAHA , NEB.
Capltnl , - $4OOOOO
Surplus Jnn. lot , 180O , - 137COO
Oflipfn nd DlrvctnM-llxnr/ \T , V l n , proildtnlj
L wtifl. HMKI , Tlcodr iMonl | JrxranT. . Hurt * * ) W.
V'Worn , JobnH. Oolllmi It. U. Uuihlnn J. M , K
r Ulcki W. II. 8. HuahM , fmhlcr.
THIS IRON BANK.
Co'nor Ulh nn > 1 Kurnnni Sttroti.
A Ornornl llnntclnff llntltiCM TrnnnitfltM.
OOMML ROIALv
National Bank
Cnpltal , - $4OOOOO
Surplus , ' .O.OOO
oncers anil llrpftnrn. . M. Morirmnn , n. > t
Illlchonck , .lo ppli Carnr.nii. Jr. , A. ilpiiry. 1C. M ,
An.lornin , WMUnm ( I. Mnid , Tlrn-prolilciU : U II ,
WIlllnM' , A. I * , llupklni. pnvM.lcnli A , Mllllaiil ,
cushion K. II. llrj nt , niilitnnl raililor.
Omaha ManUfaotiirers ,
IlnotH nnd NlmoH.
KIIIKENDALI , , JONES & CO. ,
Wholesale Manufacturers of Hoots & Shoes
iRoaUfur llOKlon ItnlilK-r Shoo Co. , lid } , 1104 nntlllUt
llnrncr S'ltodt , Oinalm , Neli.
UrowcrH.
BTOHZ { ILEU ,
Lager llcor llrewcrs ,
1MI Ncrlli IBIli Sli ol , Omatm , NcK
Cornluo ,
EAQLE COUNICE WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornice
Window cnpi ami niPtallokrUiilita. Jnlm KponeUr ,
proprietor. lWnnl ( IIOHuulli lOtli xlrrot.
Artists' MnterinlH.
"A. " fioSPE , JrT ,
Artists' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1513 noniilai Street , Omnlm , Nrb.
Conl , Coke , lOtu.
OMAHA COAL , COKE AND LIME CO. ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal.
8. E. Cor. lOtli nail Ioniln > Btiects , Omaha , Nub.
NEBRASKA FUKL CO. ,
Shippers of Coal and Colic ,
214 South 1.1th Pin-el , Omilin , Neb.
Clinrfl.
DEAN , ARMSTRONG A : CO. ,
Wholesale Cigars ,
405 N. llitli Street. "Ilullnl" 1439.
Dry GooilH nnd NutioiiH ,
M. E. SMITH fc CO. ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions
Corner IItil ami lliiwnnl Htrt-eti.
"KILPATIudlWtbciFuRY GOODS CO. ,
Importers and Jobiicrs in Dry Goods ,
QcuUi'Kiiriilslilniroil ! . Corner lltli nnd llurin'/
Streets , Oiiinha , Neb.
DEWKY ft STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Parnnm Sliect. Unmlin , Ncliraska.
CUAULVS C"IVKKICK ,
Furnji TO.
Gi-oouriKh.
McCORU' , URADY Ar CO ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
18th and Leixrenwortli Struuts , Oinaliii , Nobra kn.
Ijtiiubcr , 1C to.
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc , , Etc ,
Import oil nnd American 1'ortlanrt Cement. 8tnt
OKOUtfor MIlKiinkeu HtilrHUllo Cement , and
gnlney Wiillu I.lmo.
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood carpets and parquet Itoorlnu. ! > ta unil Dotiglai
Streets , Onuilia , Nebraska.
' KkiJjiV. . liREYj *
Lumber , Lime , Cement , Etc. , Etc ,
Corner Dili nntt DoiiKla * Htrccta , Omnlin.
nilllliicry nnd Notions.
I. OBERFELDER fe CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers in Millinery ,
208 , 210 and 212 South lltli mrcot.
NotiniiH ;
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goods ,
1124 Ilnrney ntreet. Omalia.
OIlH.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
Axle ftrunno , etc. , Omatm. A. 11. H ! hop , M""K"r.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper Dealers.
Cnrry n nice atock of prlntlm ; , wrapping nnd nrlttnf
paper. Ppcclul otteatlon pl7ea to curd paper.
- J
SufcH , Ktc.
_ _
A. L. DEANE & CO. ,
General Agent * for
Halls' ' Safes ,
m and 323 South 10th St. , Omaha.
TOJ-H , Kto.
II. HARDY A ; CO. ,
Jobbcn of
Dolls Albums Goods
Toys , , , Fancy ,
IIou e Kurnlnlilnn ( Joodn , Chllilron'i Carrlaf i. 1JOO
r'arnaui struct , Oniulia , Noli.
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U. S. WIND ENGINE & PUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplies ,
Hnlllday Hind > llli. UI8 and TO ) Jonr t. , Omaha.
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Iron \Vorkw.
PAXTON Sf VIEHLINQ IRON WORKS ,
Wrought and Cast Iron Kutldlng Work ,
Engines , brain work , genrrat foundy , marlilno and
blackBinltti work. ORIro aad vrorkl , U. 1' .
lly. and 17th ulicot , Omaha.
OMAHA SAKKHmON WORKS ,
Manf'rs ' of Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ,
Vaulti , jail work , Iron aliutturj unit flru f 'n |
U. Andr ea , prop'r. Cor. 14ta andJu kHoa tits.
KiiHli , Jours , IClo.
: CO. ,
Wtiuleialo luuaufacturori of
Sasli , Doors , Hliuds and Mouldings ,
Branch office , 12lh and Itard itrcott , Oninlm , It A.
Qotjt.li Oma.li a. ,
UNION STOCK YAUDs'Sor ,
Of South Omaha , Limited ,
GILBERT BROTHERS' ,
Taxidermists
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ICUi btrtut. On/ilia.
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BLAKH , BOISSIiVAIN & CO. ,
London , England.
ADOLP1I HOISSHVA1N & CO.
Amsterdam , Holland.
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nuynmliell American iccurltlei on coouililoo < 4
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