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    G THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , APRIL 28 , 1891.
[ HE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
Bears Control Mattjra on 'Ohango ' with n
Vengeance.
STAMPEDE AMONG THE WHEAT SHORTS ,
Corn Trmlo Very Weak nm ! 1'rlccH
Ijinvor Provisions Hll litly
lllilicr Ijlvo Stock on
tlio I ( own Turn.
CiilCArto , April 27. tSpcclnl Tolcgrnm to
Tin : llRK.l This wns u bonp May with a.
viniuico : : on 'elmnno until tliu last halt hour
of thoficsslon. Tliun tlio tublci were tut nod
tind the bulls catno out victorious In wlic.-it
nml provisions , lint corn nnd outs wore still
below Sntiiiday'ft oloso. In wlic.it tlio boar
? rowd took control lit the ouUot. They were
tORiirnuf thulr poiltmn that they won tin nnd
bid prices up , sons to Kuta butter position to
loll from. Whim the tratio wni once started
on buyliiK tlio old bear crowd bi'san Its slu -
t\uv \ and broku July fro in II.07U down to
1l.ni ! { . The opening was : it Jl.tO'J. DiiHnR
the doinor.ill/.atlon that provntluJ there was a
( Croat dunl of ( | iilot buying of May future nnd
more or less buying of Inly by the bulls. The
old talk of manipulation was revived and the
cntlio crowd of nhoits was stanipudt-d. July
Bold up to tl.OG'/i ' , whcro It closcd-at
about lliohlzhost point of tun day. Mbcntl ro-
cclptsatnll polnlH , small exports , lower ca
bles and line woathur worn the main bear
points , thouuli tholncroaso In the visible snp-
Iily was disappointing to many. Minneapolis
received 447 cars for thti day. Kansas Oily re
ceived 118 cars. The bullish features were
private mcss.iisos reporting dry weather on
the I'aelflc co.ut , IIIPBO < lccroaso-82J,003 bush-
els-ln country elevator stocks In the north *
west , and the nu > ortc > d romovat of tlio I'ronch
Import duty on wboat. On the curb to lay
pntsonJuly wheat fur tomorrow were ? I.Mi !
nnd calls were { I. ! ) ! ) ! {
Corn was very wo.ik. Mvorpool cables
quoin ! Itdemorall/.cd and very miicb lower ,
2Ud percental , and home spcuulutors wcio
also less friendly to It than usual bccanso of
the excellent weather and prospect of In
creased receipts. July started out with sales
nil the way down from Clo to
03'PI ' { rallied to ftlUc , liroko to fll'io. and
r 'covered to Klo at tlio olosu. Leopold Ittoom ,
who ha ? been a Kro.it bear on grain for a long
time , bought fully 1,000,090 bushels during the
decline. Purchases by the other shorts , who
followed his example , together with the hnlxo
In wheat , caused the closing strength. Privi
leges on July corn for tomorrow were , puts ,
CSJSi- : calls , ( HUe.
Another exciting day was uxporlcnco.l In
the oats market , options declining fully : io
early In the session on account of continued
reports of line weather , the depression In
wheat and corn and the prospect of heavier
receipts , The market , however , made a grand
rally before the close when options were from
! { u to lo below the opening llgures. May deliv
ery opened up at 5IUo , advanced to filijp ,
dropped to 47'/ic , and closed at f.O'.ic. Juno
sold from Me tofiliiu , to 47tic to Me at the
close. Jnlv sold fnitn 47'ic to 4So , declined tc-
44ijc , but iccovered to JliJ.'c before the eloso
August eloscd at IMHu and September atUic. ; ! .
The visible supply figures showed an Increase
In oats of 114,1'UO. '
Provisions were quite weak early. The de
pression Hvemcd to bo more In sympathy with
grains than bccanso of any extended selling ,
When wheat values began to harden the shorts
In provisions begun to buy. They found of
ferings scarce und holders ralhorstllT-nucked.
The result was that the closing prices were at
the tip top llgures. July pork started at
112.00 , sold olT to KK',75 , and oloacd at il'JM.
I'lllCKS AT GIUCAnO.
Showing the olllclal raiuo of prices In the
lending options , us reported by Cockroll
llrolliors :
CUMMiiiiiTV.I Open. | Illnh. | I . ( IT. | Close. I Snt'y.
I'lttUBi AT ST. LOUIS.
lOMMOlilTVl Open. | IIUIi. I I.QW. | ( 'loie. I Hnt'y
Not OH and Gossip ,
Duhith receipts ; 201 curs whoat.
Minneapolis receipts : 447 cars wheat.
Estimated hoxs Tuesday at Chicago , 18,000.
Kaunas City receipts : Wheat , 118 ; corn , I90i
oats , 25.
St. Louis receipts ! Wheat , 37,800 ; corn , 150-
DOOl'oatrt , 48,400.
Ht. l.ouls shipments : Wheat , 0,030 ; corn ,
13',800 ! oats , 10,000.
Kstlmaled cars at Chicago Tuesday. Wheat ,
57 : corn , 785 ; oat . 375.
Clearances nt four ports yesterday : Wheat ,
17,517 : corn' , tt,7a ! : oats , W.'jsO.
VUlhlo supply : Wheat , Increase , 150.000 :
corn , Increase , " -0.030 ; oats. Increase. 114,000.
Milwaukee rocolpls : Wheat , 4.XUI5 ; ship
ments , 101WO. : Receipts ot Hour , 0,551 ; ship
ments , 11.7UO.
Stool ; In btoro at Minneapolis , ! > , rct3,4IO , decrease -
crease , 1.KJIIV.:0. ( : Stoulc In store ut Uuluth ,
& ,30e.rj4 , lncroat.e. IDSU5I.
Paris cable : Wheat declining In I'urls owing
to favorable weather und In limitary advanc-
Inrowlni ; to olliclul ostlniates of the crop
being roil ucod. .
Ilucrbohni's cahlo : Cargoes off coast , wheat
nnd corn , nothing olTnrvd , On putsujr.0 , wheat
and corn rathur easier. Marie l.iuio wheat
easier , corn iiiloter | , French markets llrm ,
Llvorpool wheat and corn slow. Liverpool ,
llii'.tO p , in , , wheat dull , demiinil poor.
AV. O. McCormloU ACo.to I'.O. Swartz&Co.
Ondor the ( avorablo weather conditions und
weaker Liverpool and llerlln cables our early
wheat market showed deckled weakness and
general liquidation of lotiKwhuat. Liverpool
showed a decline of a penny and London , al
though steady for the nuur futures , was weak
ami lower for the further months , The In
crease In the visible > Vus a general ilUap-
polntmont , us the large shipments of last
week had Induced the hope that u decrease
would he Hhown. Keeeliits In tlio northwest
were unexccptlonully large. Towards the
eloso u reaction In our market took place on
Covering of short wheat , but this was no
more than might nuturully have been ex
pected , and wo do not consider the eloso
of the market as showing great strength ,
pleuranees from the noaboard were trilling ,
rheio WIIH some talkotdamago to the Hun
garian crop , tut It was not verified. Corn and
oats opened wonk , and sold olT rapidly under
free offerings for both local and country ac
count. Tlio estimated receipts of 7b5 cars of
corn and 385 of outswas < | ullo a surprise to the
hulls , who huvo been preaching small country
stocks. The reaction which took plnco In
both deals before the close on the covering ot
shorts Is onlv u natural one , and wo still rec
ommend selling the July option on ull bulges.
1'rovUlons opened weak anil lower , reacted In
Hymputhy with grain , but showed very llttlo
life. The receipts of hogs continue Irrgo and
the market for them Is weak. Untslile oper
ators who have previously been good holders
show a disposition to unload , and If these con
tinue the p\ekers : \ will strive to depress the
market. We uro not yet ready to auvlso pur
chases.
Kennott , Hopkins it Co. to P. A. MoWhorter
Wheat lieurs again begun their attack by u
Hunk movement against corn anil outs. Tlieso
they hammoied viciously , stampeding hold
ers und scoring n decided victory. They then
assaulted wheat and forced the price down
about l' < o below Saturday's final tlgures. At
the bottom they covered as freely us possible
but there was such a good demand for Invest
ment after the-visible wus posted , that many
shorts were left In tlicl tirch and others camu
In on the bulge at the oloso or went homo
short. The market has acted about rlzht for
two or three days past to encourage a good
short Interest and wo think Its existence wilt bo
developed If cables coino In strong tomorrow
morning. Hears way that u ' 'c icautlon Is
natural after a break of over 80 and that the
market will soon turn downward again. Act
ing un this belief they have bccirslow to cover
nnd probably liavo fair Hues now outstanding.
On tlio other hum ! many of the longs who
were shaken out by tlio severe decline bought
but sparingly on the bottom and largely
1-oulltcd oa tlio resulting bulge. They are
lu n position to purchase on soft spots and
will doubtless do so. The shorts will
also bo tin the market on breaks nnd
for this roafcoii , n further material
decline seems. Improbable. With better ca
bles tomorrow there ought to bo n good de
mand for wheat , both for long and short ao-
pouilt , and. , a gradually hurdeiilnz market.
The oulv weak , fcutur * today wu the com-
p.trutlvo absrincn of export orilcn. I'MlniM
fiirul/ncn bought so freely lust week und
previously Hint the present want * are fully
tmpnllcil. If no tills will luivo n very unfav
orable olTcct tin liny trlul to mill prloos.
Ainorlo.ui holders will not bull tlio market on
themselves , und If there Is no rcasotiablo
probability of unloading on . for
eign consumer * there In no such
scarcity lioio tin to Justify higher prices.
I'.vcry Incentive to u bull inovu mint coino
flont tibroail. Provisions opened weak and
sold down with Imps nnd grain. When urn In
rallied provisions followed , stimulated by
purchases of Muy iind July pork for Armour.
Ijiitur Armour fold Hcpti.'tnlior pork. Ilynn
wns a frco seller of pork. It h noticeable
tlitit tlio market does not broik ; easily nor
badly , nnd develops good buylni ondcpres-
slons , Ktporls lust week show u gain of 2,500-
( XX ) pounds of lurd mid n loss of 3.000,000 bacon
ns compnrcd with tlio sumo week lust
your. Corn nnd Oats Tlio flno growing
wcntlior and tlio weakness of the foreign mar
kets together with limits ot holders inndo It
comparatively easy to force prices down.
There wns n mo.lcrato recovery later , but the
close wns below that of Saturday and the
market has sometlng of a demoralized aspect.
I'rlcos may work still lower , but traders will
ho careful about getting short on this decline.
Chance ? are In favor of a further rally.
VMIICAUO Ijlt'K HTUVK 3IAKKKT.
OIIICAOOprll27.tHpcclul Tolozram toTiie
IlEK.1 OATTI.B Thu general market was un
usually dull for a Mbuday. The cjuallty of
stock was good , and among the steers were
many nrlmu lo ids , but the doinand was light
from first to lost , with prices rather on the
down turn than otherwise. Kistctn and Kn-
Bllsh markets are also slow and prices un
settled. In both of thcsu outlets consumers
are stubborn , resisting the advance asked by
dealers In beef and claim the situation docs
lot warrant the prices asked by retailors.
I'ho cattle In sight continue to grow less In
numbers than this tlimi last year , and at this
point are 20,000 less than the corresponding
wcuku year ago. Sooner or later this largo
lecroase must toll on prices. No one can bo-
llovo but that the taklngontof 1,500,000 of cat
tle from the annual supplv must advance
prices or largely lessen the consumption. As
the beef eating part of our population Is
fairly prosperous , It would seem that the lat
ter Is not likely to occur. Cow stock , and In
fact , alt classes of butchers' stock , may bo
quoted IV3200 lower than last week. Texans ,
$ I.IKiftl.l3 | sto.'r-t were J5.S030.00 , for choice to
extra : others , J5.2535.75 ; common , 11.253.1.10 :
heifers , HS5J4I..V ) ; cows , $ , ) .ooffl'I.C , ' ) : canners ,
$ . ' .00 2.75 : hulls , W.OW3VOO.
lions There was a sharp down turn of a
strong 10e all around with hern and there
some lots selling 15Ti2)e ) lower. The general
market closed weak with a largo number car
ried over. Uougli and common may bo
quoted nt $ . ) ® . . ) packers and mixed ,
JI.7.VH4.S5 ; prime heavy and butcher weights ,
.UOOMOj lleht largely at 11.1)0. )
STOVliS .t\l > UOXDS.
NKIT YOIIK , April 27.-Speelal [ Telegram to
Tin : Ilnn. ] Kxcellont crop news from all sec
tions of the country and the fact that each
[ lay of the present line weather simply moans
to farmers the making of so much additional
money , since It Insures a rich harvest of winter -
tor wheat , tended to create the greatest en
thusiasm todav. These facts , reinforced by
others of equal Interest namely , that the
powers of Kuropo , and more especially that of
1'rance , acknowledging that wheat and other
crops of cereals abroad arc damaged to such
an extent that llttlo less than starvation will
sturo the poorer classes In the face unless the
duty on wheat Is reduced encouraged the
bulls on this side. The market opened under
full headway of steam , notwithstanding an
Indifferent speculation for American stocks.
London cables this morning , so far as thc.v
related to purchases of stock , limited buying
to Lonlsvillo A : NushvtUo at 81It31'-i. ! Union
Paul flu at 6ls. Now York , Lake Krlo < fc West
ern at 22 % , I-ako Blioro ut ll'/yHl'l , und
Northern I'aclllo preferred at 728Q/726. !
After the first heavy dealings , which were
duo to the execution of heavy purchasing or
ders from Doston , 1'hlladclphla and Chicago
account , London turned out a moderate
seller and put out more stock than It required ,
During the opening scramble It was more
than suspccto : ! that Mr. Kussoll Haze had
been letting the boys have some "chimp"
stocks. Ho said this morning : "Tlila Is the
tlmo to.soll stocks. Any man who can resist
such an opportunity to take prollts Is a goose
and ought not to bo on Wall stroot. "
Mr. Sago does not want tlio market to go any
higher , llo has calls outstanding on as many
as 5,1)00 ) shines of different stocks which he has
contracted to deliver from 2 to 5 points
fioni those prices.
Insiders bought tunlor mortgages today. It
Is definitely bottled that there will bo no war
of rates among the trunk line roads because
of tlio Canadian Pacific's efforts to get busi-
no s. The status ot the Canadian warrior
will bo clearly defined at the meeting of rail
road magnates which will take place on
Thursday-next.
Industrial shares were no lairgards today.
In tho'autlve list , Wheeling & Lakt ; Krlo , Mis
souri I'aclllc. Hook Island , the Yllltirds and
St. 1'iuil were taken up to the highest price by
the best commission brokers. Selling was al
most entirely by the professional olomeilt.
The bond'iiiarkot. under the lead of Oregon
Improvement , Northern I'aclllo 5s and Koud-
Ing mortgages , was active at higher prices.
Money was treeiy onorou on onu at.i per cent.
The Missouri Pacific's strength wns In part
due to the rumor , which has been about tlio
street for the past few days , thut the dividend
would bo Increased 5 per cent , Wab.ish
securities were exceptions and showed de
clines of strength. The selling of stocks by
London In our market , together with the
higher rates for money prevailing there ,
caused un advance In actual rates for sterling
exchange.
Gold coin to the amount of (500,000 wns
ordered for export.
In the early afternoonthonmrketdoveloped
considerable weakness. Chicago & Eiistern
Illinois and Louisville , Now Albany & Chicago
were still on the rlso. The earnings of the
former company showed u most favorable
statement. The news frdm Plttsbtirg thut In
all probability the idon of u general strike
umong the bituminous coal minors would be
abandoned was considered highly favorable
to the coal mails , Hcprescntatlvcs of these
roads have been predicting for several days
thut the strike would not take place.
Kennott , Hopkins & Co. to H. A. MoWhorter
The reaction which traders expected lust
week and whlcti did not put In an appearance
and the absence ot which Induced the long
sldo of the market , has started today. The
market opened usstiong us It e.osod on Satur
day with commission bouses good buyers of
stocks and for the first two hours there was
not n weak spot anywhere excepting Union
I'aclllo which begun to decline from the first
sale , but , It soon became apparent that the
selling of the stocks wns ot u much hotter
character than buying and thut proDubly tbl *
hud boon the cuso for n duy or two. The
uinrkot bcg.ui to yield first In one
und then in another nnd und finally lost tone
entirely and stcnJIly receded up to the oloso
of business. There have been sumo unfavor
able plcees of news. The Heading statement
for March , showing a deficiency of &r. , : ! 00 ,
which wus if.Vi.OO. ) inrgor than lust your , wus
disappointing. The loss ; It Is said , is duo to
the reduction In the prices of coal. Very
likely this Is true , but It doesn't help matters
any , The reduction in rates by the "Soo" line
via West Shore and Canadian Punlllc
wns put In olToct today nnd has
led to the culling of u meeting ot ull lines
Interested next Thursday. At the com
missioners' olllco It Is said the mutter
looks serious boeauso It la nn apparent viola
tion of tlio established agreement. Consols In
London nnd rentes In Purls are weaker mid
the London Economist says the monetary posi
tion of the centers are delicate. The Imme
diate cause ot tlio dcclltio Is attributed to the
failure of Paris to tuko tlm Portugese loans.
The sterling exchange Is firm and f.ViO.OUO In
gold coin bus boon taken todav for export.
The order from the secretary of the treasury
suspending thu previous notice ot redemption
ot 4i ! percent bonds Is the tlrst olllclal stop
thut the government's resjur es are not un
limited. The stock market continued nctlvo
up to the close of business , but sellers were
largely In the ascendency nnd at the oloso
about the lowest prices of the duy woru cur
rent. Money 3i44 per cent. Total sale * 408,48. .
The following are the closing nnotations :
U.S. 4srexUt rod..m Northern 1'acltlo 27(4 (
U.S. 4s coupons 121 do preferred 7'4
U.S. Mt registered .101 C. . N.V IWW
U , S. 4V coupons..101 doi > ref'd(6xdlr.UJU ( )
I'HCltlO ll Of " . 'i ' , 113 Now York Central.10.1
Central 1'nclllc . . . . . . . SUM I' . , I ) . * 15 21
Chlcnk'o A Alton I2J Ituck Island 7b"- (
Chicago , llurllngton V..M. AHt , \ " US * ) )
Aljulnoj , . , HOW do preferred 113 > (
I ) . , LAV 1.17M St. Paul A Oniilha , . . . VS'-i '
Illinois Central 100 Uiiprufcrrvd W
Kansas A Titxas , , , , , . 14 tlnton 1'uclno. . . 50
l.akoSuura , llli ) W. . UkL. A I' 11
Michigan Central. . , . M dupreforred , , 22 !
Missouri I'nclltc 72 Wuvturn Union H )
MONEV ON U.u.i , Easy , closed offered ut 3 ! ' ,
percent.
PitiMK MKIICANTILE I'jU'Eit Unchanged ; OS
Gli percent.
bTEiu.iNii RxciiANflE Quiet ; sixty-day bills.
W.85J , ; demand. tl.K'.t.
Coffee Options ) .
NKW YOMK , April .T , [ Special Toloram to
TUB IIKB. ] Cofi-KK Ootlons opened steady
and unchanged U ) 10 points up and closed firm
at.VRn points up. Hales , : CUO } bans. Including
April , fT.S5i ! Muy. m.G.VtM7.75 ; June , 117.11 tt
17.05 ! July. 17.4.'Wfl7.55 ' ! ; August , I17.10OI7.15 !
Hoptetr.ber , tlil..V > aia.fln October , 115.054410.10 ;
December , tl.VJ5ii.5.30. tipot Itlo , llrmor und
more active ; fair cargoes , JI0.7J ; No. 7 , (18.75.
Mining Stock * ) .
NBW route , April 27-LBpooUl Telegram to
CiiiCAno. April 27 The following were the
closing prices ! Wheat Flrmi cash , fl.C'JJi ;
May , JI.WIUI July , II.07W.
Corn Steady : cash , GflJSot May , 6Syc | July ,
G7' c.
Oats-Firm ; Cash and May , BO.'io ; July , 40 ; c.
Hyo-Kusyat Mo.
Itarloy Kasy at78c.
Prime Tlmnthy-II.2C31.23.
riax-Qillet ut $1,18.
Whisky-tug.
J'ork rirnu cash , nnd May , tlltt ) ; July ,
Lara Steady : cash and May. M.G7JJ : July ,
Short Ulhs-Stcndy ! cash , $0,2030.23 : May.
M.2July { : , H52i. !
Flour Kuslor ; nominally 15olowcr than last
week.
Hulk Moats-Shoulders. J5.2ViV.25 ! short
clear , to..VAU.i''ii short ribs , $0.20'i.25.
_ llutter Unchanged ; creamory,18Q25ci dairy ,
( Jhceso Unchanged : full cream Cheddars.
llUtl4c ! ; Voung Americas , 12@12ie ! ; flats ,
lI'jWilJiC.
I'gns--Unchanged : fresh , 12l3Sc ! { ] ,
Hides Unchanged ; heavy and light green
suited.5Vie'iJ54i ? green salted , 4yrat'ic ' : salted
bulk , 4 c : grcons'ilted calf , Se ; dry Hint , Be ;
drv suited , no ; dry calf. WWc.
Tallow Unclringed : No. 1. solid packed ,
4c ! ; No. 2 , 3ic ! ; caku , 4e. !
Uecelpts. Shipments.
( 'lour ' . 10.000 Ki.OOO
Wheat , bll 27.00J .TJU.OJO
Corn , bit 133,000 01,000
Oats , bl 284.000 113.000
Tlio Visible Supply.
CiiiCAno , April 27. Tlio visible supply of
grain , as compiled by the secretary of the Chicago
cage board of trade , Is as follows :
IlnshcR
Wheat 22,313,000
Corn ' . ' ,411:1.000
Oats 2,2 2OOJ
Uye 42iXM | (
llarloy 707.00J
NEW YOIIK , April 27. Wheat Uocolpts , 21,100
bushels' cxpot is. none ; spot ISJ'lo lower : No.
2 red , $ t.tn't In elevator : tl.20'j In store ; Jl.WS
nllont : $ l.2liffl,1.2P : f. o. b. Options opened
bearish through reports of line crop
weather In the west. Increase In visible sun-
ply and lower Kugllsli and continent markets.
Bold on" steadily to 'J'idWsu decline : reacted
S ® l' i'i closing firm : No. 2 red , .May , closed
at $ I.1H4. ?
Corn Uecolpts , 2,00.1 bushels : exports , 17,500
bushels : spot loner ; No. 2 , H'JItS3o In elevator :
HUilSl c alloat ; ungradod mixed , 7' > tt-SI'L' ' .
Options sold oil' 'I'i . 'i'iu on hear raid with
favorable oren reports , but rallied ? &lMo
with wheat : May closed at 74 ? c.
Oats Receipts , M.OJO bushels ; exports , COO
busliels ; spot weak ; No. 2 whlto , COu ; mixed
western. 5VS02c : whlto western , 02370C. Op
tions weaker : May closed at 5'l5c. ' !
Sugar Uuw , llrm ; ri'llned steady ; off "A ,
4 a-lilJM'io ' : mould "A , " 4Sc.
Petroleum Unite * ! closed for May nt 60c.
Kegs Steady : western , 15c.
Pork Steady ; new mess , $13.75 14.50.
Lard Lower , closing steady ; western steam ,
Jd.OO.
lluttor Firm ; western dairy , 12 < 323c ; west
ern creamery. 222e ? ; Klgln. 2itc. !
Cheese- Fairly steady ; skims , tVSOc.
ST. Lotus , April 27. Wheat Unsettled ;
cash , 81.07 ; May , Jl.OO ; July. II.U2.
Corn Lower ; cash , ( U e ; July. Bl'io.
Oats Irregular : cash. 55c : July , 43c.
Pork Heavy at JI2.2(3t2.5' ( } .
Lurd Kaslor atiiUO.
Whisky * l.18.
llutter Unchanged.
MINNKAPOMS , April 27. Offerings sample
wheat large ; prices 'Jliitiu lower ; demand
slow. Hecclpts for two days. 4..0 cars : shlp-
incnt" , lOJcurs. Close : No.lhard. AprllfI.IUii ;
on truck , } 1.111.IUi ; No. 2 northern. April
and May , $1.07 % ; July , SMO'i ; on track , 11.08
CM.OS'No. ' ; . 2 northern , April , * 1.0J.i ! ; on truck ,
Jl.0fif.0flli.
KANSAS CITY , April 27. Wheat Weak ; No.
2 hard , cash. $1.05 ; No. 2 red , cash , $1.08.
Corn Lower ; No. 2 , cash , U4cbld ; April , C5o
bid.
bid.Outs
Outs Lower ; No. 2 cash , KJJJo : April , 52c
bid.
MH.WAUKRK , April 27. Wheat Higher ; No.
2 spring , cash , Jt.071.0S.
Corn--Lower ; No. : t , Ii75ic.
Oats Lower ; No. 2. whlto. Sic.
PUOVISIONS Quiet ; pork , July , $12.03.
CINCINNATI , April 27 , Wheat Lower ; No.
2 red. 11.101.13.
Corn Wean ; No. 2 mixed , 70H < 372o.
Oi.ts Lower : No. 2 mixed , 54c bid.
Whlsky-$1.17.
LIVEIIPOOL. April 27. Wheat Dull ; holders
offer moderatelv.
Corn Dull und lower.
LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO. April 27. Cattle Receipts , 13,000 ;
market lower ; Texans , M.O..1) ; steers ,
choice to extra , 8S.30O.OU ; other steers , J4.2r > ®
5.75 ; COWH and bulls , ti.WSA.Oi.
Hogs Kvcelptti. 2H.OOO : market lower ; rough
and common. I4.0l.4.40 ; packers and mixed ,
$ f.754 > 5 ; prime heavy und butcher weights ,
Hheep Receipts. 10,000 : market nctlvc.steady
to higher ; natives. } . " > .00 ® . " > .60 ; westerns , $5.50 ®
0.10 ; lambs , tO. ® 7.15.
ST. Louis. April. 27. Cattle Receipts. 1,300 ;
shipments. 200 ; easier ; fair to fancy native
steers , 44.10SO.OOi Texans and Indians , $3.40
® 5.tO. :
Hogs Uccelpts , n,700 ; shipments. 2.500 ;
lower ; heavy , t. > .60W.UO ; mixed , 11.3 ® 4.8r > ;
light , J4.caffil.75. _
KANSAS CITY , April -Cuttle Receipts ,
: t,400shluments,2,600 ; ; market steady to weak ;
steers , & ) .50r > .80 ; cows , $2.505.00 ; stackers nnd
fenders , Jit 1X24.50.
Hogs Kecolpts , 3,000 ; shipments , 5,500 ; mar
ket lower ; ull crudes , ! .0j4.tt5.
031 All A 1.1VK SFOVH. .
OMAHA , April 27.
CATTr.K Odlelal rocoluts of oattlo 1,533 , as
compared with 06 ( Saturday and 1'Ml
Monday of last week. 'Tlio general market
oncoves was lOo to 15o lower , n few fiino
light beeves sold early nt about sternly prices
llntchor stock wns active and llrm. Uood fccd-
ders were siren , common grades slow and
lower ,
Hoes Ofllclal receipts of hess 1,471 , us
compared with 11,421 Saturday and 2US."i
Monday of last week. The market was slow
und 5o to lOu lower. The range of the prices
jiald was tl.r > 04.83 , the bulk selling at JI.OOS )
4.01. Light , l.5)4.70hoavv. ) ; N. ( 34.f < 0 ; mixed ,
J4.X ( > S4.7. > . The averngo of tlm prices paid wus
W.I12W , as compared with $ l.701i i-atnrduy and
Jl.fc'J ' Alonduy of lust week.
SHEEPOlllclal receipts of sheep 1,105. as
compared with l.KII Saturday and ! I80 Mon
day of last week. The market was active und
stron ; , Natives , CI.U035.75 ; westerns , lv.50
O5.53.
ItccnlptH mill Disposition of Stouk.
Olllclal receipts nnd disposition of stool : as
shown by the books of the Union atockynrds
comiiuny for the twenty-four hours ending ut
5 o'clock p. in. April 27 , 18U1 :
IlKCKll'TS.
DISPOSITION.
1-109 AND HOUGH.
8 110
- - 31
GrtJOcrlcB.
NUTS 1'or pound Almond * , Klo ! Hrn/.lls ,
18e ; Illherts , t''c ' ; pecati < > , UHillo : wulnuts , IDC )
pciuiuts. fancy white. Go ; masted , 8e.
Dim : ! ) KituiTi > Turkish prunes , less than
hhds , ib'.U. ' fi'ic ' ! apples , evaporated , now ring ,
choice. 14ct apricots , fnnuy , In sacks. 20c ;
blackberries , now , he ; ruspoorrles , 2 , " > Ibs to
box , Me ! currants , new , Coi Votlzzl currants ,
cvtra , In boxes , iiyct peaches , Cal. . choloo ,
Lie : California dried grapes. In bugs , Co )
seedless Sultanas , sacks , Va ; muscatels Cc ;
now Vulenclii , 7' { ' ; ! Ondura , layer , 8'c ' ! figs ,
layers , 1420o : citron , Leghorn , 2Ue ; lemon
peel , 15c.
OMVIS : Quarts , per do * . } l.0 ! pints , per do/ ,
f2.7 : > ; bulk , per gaU tl.43. Olive oil. ! i pints , 2
doz per case , Jlr > ( xa. > .2U.
PAiiiNAcrous Uoons lliirloy , 4ns farina ,
kegs , W.OO | split pens. ; iio ! ; sreon peas , 2c ; oit- :
tnenl , Bbls , jn.ftoJW.75s half bbls , jUVit4..Vi ; )
macaroni , I''e : vermicelli. l-'J ! sago and tapi
oca. r/iiliiu ! ! Lima beans , iWcj cercallne , $1.24 ;
linked hominy , 3c ; pearl hominy , J.7.'i ; ! per
bl.
bl.SUfiAH
SUfiAH Ornmilatod , 5Jc ? ! cubes , fi'.ic ' : cut
loaf , fi' o. nowderi'd , standard , ftliCS XXXX ,
powdered , 7c : yellow 0. 4-io ! ; canary , 4ie ? ;
light extra C , 4o ! { : coufectlonerV A , So.
SALT Dairy , 2fO Ibs In bbls , bitlK , $2.10 ; best
gra < le.s , GO.'s. $ ' . ' .43 ; best grade. 100 Us , 12.50 !
best grade. 2S 10s , $2,40' rock salt , crushed ,
$2.10.
HAKINCI Powiunt itoynl , dime cans , per doz ,
O'c ! U-lb ciins , $1,45 ! Vi-lb cans. $ ' . ' .C5 ; 1-ID cans
} . -i.OO ; 1'rlee'slb cans. $ ! . : ; ! i-lb cans , J2.50j
1-lb cans , $4.75 ; other kinds , 1-lb cans , per do/ ,
tl.OJO3.83.
WitAi'i'iso I'AiT.it Per Ib. boat straw , 13x18
toIWx44 , l' c ! dry goods , 4ie ? ; extra quality
munlllu , U ic ; munlllu tea. 12xlB , [ to ; dark rug ,
hurdwarc.5io. .
OILS ISO prime white. Uc : 150 water white ,
ll'ie ; headllglit. l''e : 74 gasoline , ll'ic. Oil
cans I gal. $ J.OOII.25 ; 2 gal. iW.755l3.bO ; gal ,
ti.50 ir > .tu
Soiu Packages , 50 Ibs to box , 55o ! ; kegs. Vc.
TKAS Japan , basket llrei,2K5.rMcsnn ! ( ; dried ,
: ti4.e ; green , 205tVo ) : gunpowder , 'M&ae ; Kn-
gllsh breakfast , ; i5il75c ; young Hyson. 20II.C ;
Oolong , 2.V3f5c ; 2-lb packagu dust , 15c.
Axi.u OKKASB Per gross I'razler'n largo
tins , $ ; ! 0.GO ; medium tins fJT.uo ; small , $15.tX ) ;
other makes , wood , $ J.50S.50.
HnACKiNn Ildoz In box , : iO7.e ; ladles'shoo
dressing. 4. " > cIUO tovo polish , per gross ,
$2.003.l ( ,
IlMllND Liquid , 4 or , : i doz In box , OOuGf I.T3 ;
8 oII doz In box , $1.502.73 ; dry , small , 2oc ;
large , 45c.
SIMUKS Pepper LMngapore. sifted , 1. " > ® 1GC !
shot , 22c : ullsplco , lOc ; cloves , PeimiiL' , se
lected , ITfMl'o ; cassia. China , 4-lb mats. Oc ;
nutmces. No. 1 , 7. > e ; iiiueussor , 0. > u ; pickling
bplces , 10-lb boxes. 25c.
CIIOCOIATK , KTC. 12-lb boxes. 34&I5C ; Ger
man sweet , 2221c ; cocoa. a740c ; llromo. : Kc.
COCOANIIT 15-lbcu es , y und H-lb packages ,
per Ib , KWt27c ; bulk. 13-lb palls , 23c.
MAPLK SunAit Per Ib 5c cukes , 33-lb boxes ,
13c : lOc cakes , 30-lb boxes , IS > 4 I 1-lb bricks , 3j- :
Ibs In tiox , pure. lie.
ItitooMS 5-tle parlor , $ .1.00 ; 4-tle , $2.75 : li-tlc ,
12.25 ; 'i-tle. plnln. $ I.8D ; warehouse , SJ.OO ; toy ,
ti.aviil ! ki.08i.ai.
SoAi' Castile , mottled , per Ib , lOo ; do white ,
per Ib , 14c ; laundry soup , per 100 burs , f.'l,15S
.i.OO : shaving soap. 50 < ii75i ! per doz ; toilet heap ,
3 cakes per box , McSM.'S.
LYE-I.cwK' prefiiiiied.tl.50 ; Ited Cross. $4.25 ;
American. tt.2.i ; Snuonlllcr. tl.Si ; Merry War ,
(12.1K1 ; Slur , scrubbing , il.73 ; Glllott's powered -
© ered , $4.2- ! .
MII.K Condoimed Kaglo , $7,40 : Crown , K25 ;
Anglo Swiss , 17.00i Highland , W.I5 ; "Ulgl , "
KxTltACTS Lcmon , 2oz. .VcJI.83 ; 4 oz , $1.00
$3.50 ; vanilla , 2 U5c@t..80 ; 4 $1.233J5.50 ;
Jamaica ginger. 4 or. , f 1.85.
MATCHES Parlor. UM ami 300 per box , $1.G5 ®
1.7" ! sulphur , fl.l5fal.KO.
OANDV Mixed , DO-ln pulls , 0i@7c ! : stick , 7c :
twlststlek , Se ; French mixed , l-'c ; hourhound
stick , 8c ; jar and ease candles , 5-lb boxes , 15 ®
2le ; extra fine goods , 55@05i' .
HIIUSIIKS Shoe , per ( lost , $ l.2.V8U.iO : ; daubers ,
75cI.OU ; scrub brushes , t5c$2.UO. !
Him ) SURD Mixed bird. 1-lb packages , GO ;
canary , 4Ho ; hemp , 4Je ; anise , 15e.
OANIH.KS 40 Ibs to box. Uio ! ; mining , 10 ®
lO'/ic ; wax lie.
TOIIACCO rinocnt , per Ib , 25'327c : plus , 22
Q7Sc : smoking.y.'fSOlo ; funny brands. t)0cl.r,0. )
MOLASSKS Hbbls N. O. fancy , per gal. 4RU
4Sc ; choice , 4045c : KOod.2B30c ; Cllbn. baking ,
2ffi)0o : ) ; blackstrap' lUtSKc ; syrup , 80 grade ,
, bbls , 20 ; 1)4 ) bbl , 2fc ; 4-gul Uegsl,24 ; 2-giil kits ,
C7c.
C7c.CiiiKnPer bbl , roflnnd , $0.50 ; half bbl. $3.50.
TWINF.S. ConoAnc. KTC. Cotton twine ,
"Bibb , " very flue , M-lb bales , 22c ; cotton
twine , XX brand , ? 4-lbbales , 18c ; hemp twine ,
M-lb bales , 18c ; sail twine , 20c ; candle wick ,
22c ; 40-foot cotton clothes line , $1.40 ; CO-foot
cotton clothes line. S1.U3 ; CO-foot sisal lines ,
$1.75 ; 00-foot jute , $ i.K3 ; wool twlnes.fcijc ; mnn-
tllu rope , all sires , from 7-1(1 ( to 1 in , lie ; sisal
rope , all sizes from 7-o : to 1 In. 80 ; "now pro
cess , " all sizes from 7-10 to 1 In , 7Ho ; cotton
rope , } 4-ln , 15c. .
ViNKdAK App'o elder , lOo ; double cider ,
12u ; whlto wine , 12e ; triple strength , lUc.
STAUCII Per Ib. C8c.
PICKLES Medium , bbls , $ # .00 : small $10.00 ;
gherkins , $11.00 ; lloston mixed $12.00.
WOOUKNWAIIE Per dozen Tubs , No. 1 $7.50 ;
No. 2 , ffl.50 ; No. 3 , $3.50 ; keeler , oak gra-n , 5-ln.
best , $1.50 ; white cedar , 4-ln. best , $1.25 ; pulls
3-hoop , oak grained , $4.75 ; 2-hoop , $1.50 ; syrup ,
$1.75 ; dowell , J1.H5 ; paper , metal hoop , $2.50 ;
cedar 3 brans hoops , No. 1. all red , $5.50 ; ccdur.
3 brass hoops , No , 2 , red , $3.00 ; cedar 3 bruss
hoops , No. 1 , striped , $3.00 ; cedar , 3 brass hoops
No. 2 , striped , $4.50 ; horse extra heavy , No. 1 ,
$2.75 ; well buckets , $ ! . . Huttorwuro Tubs ,
ash. 3-Inch , per nest. 75o ; ash. 2-Inch , 2 large
size , per nest , 45e : Duller ladles , hard wood ,
70c ; butter paddles or spades , 70c. Wush-
boards-Hlngle. $ l.40@2.00 ; double , $ - > .5D3.23.
Clothespins 5 gro s boxes. GOc.
CANNKD FnuiT California Apricots. $2.55 ®
2.0) ) ; poaches , $2.752.00 ; pears , $ . ' .504' . > .70 ;
grades $ l.tt5l.lK ) ; cherries , whlto. $2.iVXti2.75 ;
cherries , black$2.25B2.50iiilnces..00 ( ; ( : black
berries , $2.25 ; raspberries. * 5.00 : strawberries ,
$2.W ) ; currants , $2.25 ; goosebcrrles.$2.25 ; plums ,
eggs , $ l.Ml.ti3 ; plums , preen gages. $ l,85fo
1.03. Kaslorn canned fruit Peaches , seconds ,
} ' . ' ,2'J2.30 ; apples , 3 Ib. SI.IT ) ! gal. H doIn c > iso ,
$ .1.75 ; gooseberries , Itiiltlmoru standard , 2 Ib.
$1.10 ; strawberries. $1.33 ; raspberries , $1.50 ;
blueberries , $1.30 ; rod raspberries , $1.53 ; black
berries. $1.00 ; cherries , $ l,251.05 ; pineupples ,
sliced , $1.2. 2.40.
COKKEK-areen-lllo. 22Q.23C ; Java , 27c ;
Mocha , 2Sc. Rousted Arlosa , t23.UI ; Mc-
LuuRhlln , XXXX , $25.01 ; llunola , $25.00 ; Ger
man , $25.00 ; Dllworth's. S3J4o ; Lion. $25.iO (
Cordovla. $23.00 ; Mocho , Me ; O. it. Java , SSc.
Coffee o sonce H gro. boxes , $1.3J1,50 ; chic
ory , 7jSc. ! _ _ _ _ _ _ _
I'fOVlHloilH.
I'rlco dozen
net.
I'llOllUCT ,
II
Corned beef , 1-lb square cans ft 1-U f ! .10
Corned beef , 2-lD sqnnro cans 2 DO 2 10
Corned beef , -lb i square cuna ( ilk )
Corned beef , 14-lb xquurc CHIIH. . 14 UO
Lunch tuiiKuej , 1-lb round cans. . . . 2 DO 3 OU
Lunch toiiKiies , 2-lb round cuns , . . . 5 2S 5 4U
Ilrnwn , 1-lb iquiirocnna 1 25 1 .15
Drawn , 2-lb square cans 2 10 220
llrairn. C-lli round cuns II Ml
O.i toiiRiies , IH-lb round cans 5 75
Ox tongues , 2-lb round cans li Id
Ox tunituot , 2M-H ) round ean < 8 2J
Chipped beef , i4-lu rounil CIIIIH 1 41) )
Chipped beef , 1-lb round onus 2 'M
Chipped beef , 2-lb round cans 4 00
lluiwt bi'ef , 1-lb round van * 1 15 1 25
UoiiHt beef , 8-lb round-oins 1 W 2 UO
llunst bi'uflli ( round ran3 525
1'ottod ham , H-lb round caiM 70
I'utlcil ham , U-lbrouiul.ciii3 : 1 3U
l.'evtled Imiu , jj-lli rnuii'l cnns 70
DUvlled hum , H-lb round cans 1M 1
1'ottud ox IcniKUoi , ' Uiniiiml cunH JO
1'ottcdox tonirue * , H-llirouml cans 1 10
Coiiipreysod ham , l-Ib Bqunru cans. 1 65 1 ' .I. )
Couiitrusne < l hum , 2-lb aquaru cans , 2 10 3011
Trlpu , 2-lb round cnn , i , 2UU 2 10
Mlncpil collipi,2-lb riiund runs. . . . 2 25 ; :
llonulu < 9 pliia' feut,2-lb auiiarccans 2 35 2 45
I toast beef , 1-lb ' . . . . I K , 1 15
lloast beef , 2-lb ( 1 7U 1 M )
Itonst lici'f. li-lli , . . > 4 70
FIIF.SII I'OIIK IVirliJ loins , 8su ! , tenderloins ,
15o ; spare ribs , Goin "oulders , tia ; hockH , Uc ;
trimmings , 5o : buelc hones , mjoj diessed hogs ,
uyc ; cleaned plus feet , per do/.en. ; iOo ; rouxh
unclenned pies' feet ; per do/.en , i.\c. )
MUTTON Cholco'iJrosscd mutton , Oo ; rucks
of mutton , 14ci saddles of mutton , lOc ; breaits
of mutton. 4o ; leg'nt tuutton , K'c. '
KitKSii HKKK Ours Hollh. le : beef tenderloins -
loins , llio ; blrloln butts , tc ) ; bonelchs strips , llcj
strip loins , be ; rounds , rumpou" . H'ici ' loiinds ,
rump on , ' , ' , , ; rounds , HIUII | : < oir , sc ; boneless
rumps , 5c : chucks , 5iiic ! : plates , : ic : buck
balves , 7io ! ; shoulder clods , li'/io : beef loins
No. 1 , steers , ISc ; beef loins No. U , Hie ; beet
loins No. II , K'cs hoof ribs , iKiillu ; beef ribs No.
1 , 15o ; sweet breads per do750 ! kidneys each.
! lo ; o.x lulls eaeli , ; iu ; livers each , 15o ; beef
hearts each , 5o ; beef tongues oucli , 45c ,
SAUSAOE Smoked suusnge , 7o ; bolognn ,
4'c ; blood sausage , e ; liver sausage , 5c ; head
cheese , 5u ; fresh pork sausage links , 7ic ! > ;
flesh pork sausage bulk , 7o ; smoked jiork
hiiusuge , ll'icj I'ruiikfurt sausage , Ho ; smoked
head cheese , Olio ; I'ollsh sansugn , 7'ic ;
knoblnuch suusuxe , 7iu ! ; tongue sausage , tic ;
Nummerhiiusago , I'liie.
The above prices uro for lots of fifty pounds
und upwards ; a less ijiuuitity u half cent
moio.
HMOKKD MKATa-Sugnr Cured Hams , 14 to
1011) average , lOtio : hams , ! W to 2Ih average.
lot' ! haniH , 10 to r. Ib average , 10)Jo ) ! itklnncd
hums , 10M ; shoulders. l0 ) ' ! clour breakfast
bucon. narrow strips , U\tc ; clear breukfuvt
bucon. wide strips , U * o ; boneless breakfast
bucon backs , 6VicUuUfornlaorplcnlohams,7o ; ;
bouoloss hum , bic ) ; drlod boot huuisBoU ( ) , 03 c ;
Irlod brof clods , fi'jc ! short snlrrd rolls or
iiitu ronlotje. S'jcs ' smoked tieef tongues ( per
lo/en ) , W.50 ! special hams. 12 to 13 Ib nverugo ,
met special boneless breakfast bacon , ll'je ' ;
elected dried beef hams. divides and knuck-
os , llo ; selected wldo clear breakfast bacon ,
. u'v rUi.Tr.n MEATS Fancy llaht weight
short clt'at-H. T'tu ' : long clears , OVo ; short
ileartt. 0sc ! short rlln , O c ; shoulders , ft.Uo ;
: lear bolllo * . 7e ; clear backs , O.'sc.
SMOKKU MKATS Ditv SALT CUIIKD Fancy
Ight weight bacon short clears , 74c ; bacon
short rlba , 7'Vc ; bacon short cleats , 7io ! ; bacon
otig clears. 7.c : hnconclear backs 7Ho ; bacon
clear bellies. , * ie ; bacon shoulders , 6 > 4C.
shoulders ( Now York cut ) tierces' , f.yct bellies'
lercus , Set California hams , tierces , Co ; bcot
lams bbls , , $1800.
1'ICKI.KII llf.Kf TONnttES IllllS. . $20.00 | half
ibK. luo Ibs. . $ in.riO ; iiuarter bbls. , 50 Ibs , $0.00 ;
eighth libls. , 25 Ibs. , $3.50.
llAitiiKi.F.u I'OIIK AMI llr.r.r Mess pork ( now ) ,
mr bbl. $12.50 ; family pork , II.M : buck pork ,
'I.'l.fiO ' ; short cut clear pork , tr.MXKftH.OO ; prime
ness potk. $11IX111.50 ) ; bom-less pig pork ,
'nncy. $ I5.5'J ; extra moss beef f.i.wi ! plato beef ,
'lO-Ou ' ; extra plate beef , $11.00 : rolled beef ,
Kincl''ss , ( ll.i ( ) | boneless rolled beef , K bbls. ,
' ,00 ; extra family plato beef , $1.50.
OILS Prime lard oil , winter strained. Wo ;
extra lard oil. winter strained , 52oi nxtra No. 1
lard oil. 43c ; No. 1 laid oil , 'Ma : No. 2 lurd oil ,
B ; extra neat's-foot oil. 4He ; tallow oil , ( Ho.
Pill PoitK llonelexs It Is madeof the best
cuts of choice pigs , lias a bright , fresh color.
Iliirrols. 00 Ibs eiieh , $1551 ; half barrels , 1(0 (
; . each , $ S.OO : iiuarter barrels , 5' ) Ibs , each ,
$4.50 | eighth barn-Is. 25 Ibs , each $2.75.
LAIIII Compound , peril ) , tlcrco basis , fj'iei
pure leaf , per Ib. tierce basis , 7'ic ; pure lard ,
icr Ib. tlcrco basis. 7Uc ; kettle rendered loaf
lard , per Ib , tierce basis , ef. !
Country Produce.
HUTTKH The receipts of butter contluno
very light although the season lias nrtlved
when there ought to bo a luge : Ineicuse.
When this does come pi Ices mlist drop rapidly.
Yosli'i-rtiiV medium grade * of butter hold to
thu puckers at IKJIIU1. while the best rolls
went at 2 ( ii2c , and some sales were icpotted
even above the last mentioned price.
HAV Tin- best upland could only be quoted
at $ l4.00it .50.
Pout.Tiiv Dressed poultry Is very llttlo
sought after and Is about , out of the market.
Live chickens sold us high us tl..O ' for old hens
nnd down to $1.30 for roosters and mixed. Live
il ticks. $2.3'U&J.CO. (
Klotir.
Omaha Milling Co. . reliance patent , $2.flO ; in-
vlnclblo patent , 12.75 , Lone Star Superlative ,
$ ' . ' .40 : Snowflakn. $2.W ) ; Fancy Family. $ l.h5 ,
It. T. Davis Mill Co. . hl.'h patent. No. 1 and
Cream. I2.SO ; Illne I ) , full piiti'n' , $2..Vi ; llawk-
tn'o , half patent , $2.40 ; ypci-iul royal , patent.
No. 10 , $3.00 ; Minnesota patent , $ ' . ' .SO ; Kansas
hard wheat patent , $2.C5 ; Nebraska spring
wheat patent , $2.CU.
Oskamp'H ready to rlso buckwheat flour ,
$4.25 per case ot 502-lb packages ; buckwheat ,
In bhls , N , V. , $ B.dOi Kxcelslor brand , $3.51 ;
' lap-Jack meal , $ J.73 per case ot 53 2-lb pack-
'l' *
. V. Oilman's Gold Medal , $2.S1 ; Fnow While ,
$2.50 ; Snowflukc. $ .MO ; low grade , $ l. 3 ; brun ,
$21.00.
KrcHli KrtiltH.
There was nothing In the way of now fruits
In the market , but some changes will be noted
In quotations. Strawberries wmo lower , while
oranges were a llttlo stllTer. Naval oranges
huvo bcco'iiu very scarce.
STIIAWIIKIIIIIKS Per ease of 24 pints , H.W&
4.25 ; per case of 21 quarts , $7.00 < fW > ( ) .
OltANOnS'-LiM Angi'Ics , $ 'MK ) < i42.75 per box ;
Duarto. $3.00 ; Ulveras. $ : ) . ' 03.25 ; Ulversldcs ,
$ . ' 1.50 ; Navels. $3.fic@0 00.
LKMONS Choice stock , per box , $5.00 ; fancy ,
$ . - .rr ao.o. ( :
( Jmi'K Fnurr Per box. $ : i.23.
HANASAS IVr hunch $ l..vj'ioo.
Arri.ES Thu supply light and stocks held at
$3.50il.OO per bbl.
CiiAMiEiiiinsHell : and cherry , per bbl. , fi.BO )
® lp.dO.
. Per do:150 :
The mnrkot wns quite well supplied.
Asi'AitAdu.s Ilome-Krown stock , 85c(3il.X ( ( )
perdu/ .
PIK 1'i.AXT I'cr box of 50 Ibs f 1.73.
CALIFORNIA OAUMKI.OWKII Per doz , $ . ' .50 ©
: i.oo.
i.oo.CticUMHEits Per do * , fancy , tl.tMlS.QQ.
HiiiMt : < iA ONIONS Per box , Ki.S5o.i.50.
POTATOES Homo grown , ifl.i.VJil.li ( ) ! for west
ern stock. irl.afBI.23 ! Colorado , $ l.aOI.'J3.
MINT Per doz bunches , 4Dc.
NKW CAMKOHXIA POTATOKS Per Ib , 4e.
TOP ONIONB Per hunch , 23J.
.SPINACH Per bbl. jur > .
LlJTTUCI ) UllOlCl ! Stock , 40c.
UtiTAliAdAS Michigan stock , uor bu , GOj.
1IKBT8--Per bushel , $1.00.
UAUtlOTS Per bushel , $ l. 0.
Cnt.Ktiv California , per doz , $1.00.
UADIHIIKS Per do/ bunches , 4043o.
PAIISNIPS Per bushel. $1.00.
OAHIIAOK Per lb'24O.5c. ! !
licANS-Mcdlums , t..CO ; navy , $ . ' .75.
Flll'H.
No. 1 I No. 1 I No. 1
Large. I Medium I Small.
llacconn $ 75 t 40
II Ink 70 40
Skunkblack , caicil. . . . 70K (0
Bkunk , short ntrlpc.cad UO 25
Hkunk.nnr'w i > trliccsd | 40
Skunk , brondhtrlpe.csd 20
Kox.cro's , diirk 200 1 M 1 00
Kox , rud J 25 1 00 75
Kox , urny fin no 21) )
Wolf , mountain , . 1 .0K.I 1 GU 75
75to
Wolf , prnlrlo K.I 70 to
Ilcnvor , | u line , per skin 71X1 5 IX ) S !
Hearer , No. - ' , per skin 5 UO a 25 1 f.O
Otter 7 UO 5 00 301
Lynx 2 Oil 1 25 75
OilbU 25w
Wildcat bU 25w ; 10
OpOKBUUl 12U w 115
llndKcr U ) 45 3U
Wolrerlno 400 8 00 200
Hear , blnck 2UUO looa bUO
Hoar , ( jrUrly 1000 II UU 4 UU
Ilenr , brown 4 011 2 fiO 1 UU
Hear , cuba 4 OU 2 Ml 1 w
.Mnr tun 20J I UU wM )
rixhcr SOU 4 UO 2 'M
Il'ks'n.lnil.ilr'a'il. perlb i ' < ) 75
, nuuimcr , per Ib. . 20CJ1 25
Dour , full , per Ib ! . ' > ( & 2U
Deer , winter , pcrlb 12 IB
Doer. Kr'n s'lt ili | rpco 2Wi 75
Antclopo , per Ib. ! ' . ' 15
Klk , pcrlb. . 8V { 1(1 (
Miscellaneous.
WoorKiinsus , Nebraska and Territory
Unwashed : Fine , uvcrugo , 12 to 15c ; choice , 15
to I Be ; medium , average , 18 to''Oe ; choice , 22 to
24e ; quartur blood , uveruge. 17 to ! Wo : choice.
20to'--c ; couiso , uverago , 15 to Hie ; choice , hi
to 18u ; cotts und rough , average , 12 to He ;
choice. 14 to I5c ; seedy or hurry , choice , 12 to
14o ; black , choice , 15 to 17c : bucks and very
houvy line , choice. 10 to 12o. Unwashed combIng -
Ing and delnlne 1'lno delaine , uveruge , 14 to
lOc : choice , Iti to IHc ; medium delaine , uvoruge ,
20to21o ; choice'U toe : medium combine ,
average , 20 to 21o ; choice.0 to ! Mo ; quurler
blood combing , nverugi1 , 17 to ISci choice , 18 to
20o ; course combing , uvoruge , 15 to 17c ; choice ,
17 to ISo ; braid , average , K to 14o : choice , 15 to
inc. Tub washed Choice , SS to IBe ; average ,
25 to 2fio : coarse. 20 to 25c.
HONKS In Car Lots Only Dry bunnlo , per
ton , Jlii.lXWftlH.OJ ; dry country , bleached , per
ton , * lO.COrtjii.lX : ) ; dry country , dump nnd
meaty , per ton , iS.UOWlO.tO Tlieso prices uro
for bones weighed nnd delivered In Chlcngo.
II lima No. 1 green suited hides.
No. 2. 44'ic ; No. 1 green salted hides , 25 to 40
Ibs , 5iil ! , ' > Jio : No. 2 , 45MHo ; No. 1 veul eulf , H to
15 Ibs , H'/tu ; No. 2. 0 > 5c ! No. 1 diy flint hides
77Jioi No. 2 , 5B5J5C ! No. 1 dry suited hides ,
TAf.I.OW AND CiHEASK TllllOW No. 1 , 4l/i@4 ? > 0 !
tallow No. 2 , : ) ? 4-'l ? o ; grouse , whlto A , IP/i ®
: i\io ; grease whlto 11. Iliiiitlllio : grease , yellow ,
llo ; grease , dark , 24'o ? ; old butter. 2ffl2 o ;
beeswax , prime , 20S25o ; rough tallow ,
LKE G GKANT'S.
liul ; a cancer on mj Fatal
unguo tliat lll t'atl 1111- results
11 my thro t was no at'-
from
.otodthat Icouliltcuco-
pliysl- cancerous
ly swallow. My
clau Riiiil it was a ca > every ous sores
very similar to ( Jcn'l , have
Q ant's. S. S. S. cuiol often
mo sound and well. 1 been
b llovo it saved my life.
averted
MIB. A. M. Goldsmith , by tak
Brooklyn , N. V. ing
S. S. S.
Hook on Hlooil and . * B fieo
SOUTH OMAHA.
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. , LIMITED.
LIVE STOCK : COMMISSION.
A. D. Boyer & Oo
68-W Kichanife Uulldlnjr ,
Bouth Oinalia.
8. J. Ooffiniu , Smiley Hunter < 5c Qreon ,
&Uo. ,
30 lixchanito Ilulldlug
Mfiichmge Dulldln
UouUj OinsJus. Bouth Omuu.
OMAHA
GUNPOWDER.
Hugh 0. Olntk ,
( lenl Western Agent
lluponl's Hporttng dun-
powder , Alln. < hlnhoiplo-
l7t < , IUnitlnio piui * .
1113 llatuor street.
HARDWARIS.
Boolor&WiiholmyOo Lioo-uiarK-Anuroosoa
Hardware Oo.
,
Cor. 10th and Jocksuu sti
1 106-1110 Ilaroer itrott
Guabt. Ouih * Mate.
PUR , WOOL , HIDES , TALLOW.
Qco. Oborno & Oo. , J , S. Smith & Oo. ,
MSB. ISth
street
,
1109-1411 I.cnTonworthik
Omah * . Omaha.
IRON WORKS.
Paxtoa & Viorlin" ° Oumlm Snfo & Iron
. Iron Works , Works
nroniinl nnd cast Iron ,
btilldtn * work , engine * , Msnufrs flrennd tnirnl.if
brim work , Ronornl proof rufes , vaults , Jut ]
foundrr. lunching nnl work. Iron shutters anl
Mnckimlth work. U. 1 * . flm escapes. ( I , An ]
Hy. nmmtlisu dreen,14tliA Jncksonstl
Acino Iron nnd Wira Wilson & Drake ,
Work ?
, M'f'f tubiilnr flues. flr (
ron. wire nml brnsi w'ki. bo < c boilers , t.inki. oto.
1128. ICtlntreol.
( V. Uuahl , Proprietor. ric-coand Mil Bttrcts.
LITHOQR.APHINQ.
Rees Printing Oo.
JthOKrnphlnz , 1'rlutlni
itnil lllnnk Hooks.
Ittliniiil Howard Sit.
LIQUORS.
Her & Co. , William D.xrst ,
I.lqunr Merchants \Ylucs , Liquors and CV
1112 llarner stronl. .
gars.
Mnnnfactur'rs '
Kennedy's
Kastlndlftlllttcrs. 131 ] Farnnm St. , Omaha
B. B. Grotto , Frank Dollono & Oo
Importer nml Jobber of Liquors and Genuine N A
Milieu nnd Liquors.
020 nml 1U2 ; Fnrtmm 8U vndn Cigars.
1'rlcc lists oa application- 1205 Douglas Street
L , Kirscht & Co. , A. Priok Si Oo. ,
holonlo ii IquorDonlc' Wholesale LlquorDcalcrj
lim Kurinm Siroi'i. 804 - 80S 8. 10th St.
LUMBER.
0. W. Douglass & Oo. John A. Wakofiold ,
Im ported , American , Port *
Hardwood I.umbor , land ConicntMlltrnukc
lljrdrnullo Cement n4
1310 North 10th Street. yulncyVlilto I.tme.
Charles K. Lee , WyattBullard Lunv
llnrdwood lumber , wood
carpets nnd parquet bor Oo.
ttoorlnjr.
Cth nnd Douglas. 20th andliard Streets ,
Oady & Gray , Louis Bradford ,
f.lmo , Coinent , KM. , 'f , " > Lumber , lime , ocroontot8
Cor. ! > th nnd Dnuilii S3 Douglas street.
MILLINERY AND NOTIONS.
0. A. Stonohill , I. Oberfolder & Oo. ,
Millinery. Notloni Iniportern nnd Jobber ! l&r
Cloaks , Kta Mllllnerr
208,510 undSU South llth
IIC-113S. IfitliSt. , Omaha sticet ,
MUSICAL INSTRUMBNT3 , ETO
Mai Meyer b Bro. Oo. A. Hospo , Jr. ,
Sl.'f'c jewelers , dealers In I'lnnos , Orgnns ,
muslcnl Instruments ,
etc. , Mntcrlnls , Etc. ,
Fnrnntn nnd ICth. ! M3 Douglu Street , '
"
CEMENT LIME.
J. J. Johnson & 7o. ,
2188. 13th strjlt ,
Omnhn , Nob.
OILS. | OYSTERS.
Consolidated Tank A. Booth Packing Oo./ /
Line Oo. Craters , Huh and canned