Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 09, 1892, Page 6, Image 6

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    fl THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , AUGUST 1) ) , 1892.
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS
Bears Had a Ohanco to Swelter and Hoar
Yesterday.
CORN WENT UP EARLY LIKE A'ROCKET
rrnviftlons , Until mill Corn Vied with Kncli
Other in Itiillluli Activity , nntt Open-
liifr I'rlcos Were Immediately
Added To In nn KxcltcilVnjr. .
OincAiin , III. , Aue , K. A lil , brond old-
fashioned bull innruot with tbo boars swelter
ing anil roaring In tliplrunhappy predicament
was witnessed today for tlio nrsltlnio In many
months. Whoatnt tlio closfl. conipurod with
Hi prlco nt thu corresponding tltno Saturday ,
WHS IJio higher : corn was : to up : oats showed
IMo advance , pork 35c. lard 15o nntl ribs 12 ! < e.
The dny's Milvnnco got well utiOor wny ussnou
OB tlio iiusslnn coinnicncci ) .
Corn , outs nntl provisions vied with each
other In bullish activity , and opening urlcu *
vans Imiuucllatcly added to In an oxoltod way.
The news concerning tlio danrigo to Kansas
corn Influenced tlio ontlro trudo. Outs anil
provlHlons nioro cspecl.illy sympithlzed In
tlio news Directing corn , but the ndvunco in
nil tlioso articles was too Itnniutcrlnl to ullow
of wliont being ulToclod.
There wiiHSOtno nowaof n bullish nature ,
nfTcctln : wheat. Liverpool being quoted open
ing linn ami held hhlicr , owing to cold , wet
weather In England , and Nuw Vork messages
mild they nero receiving more foreign buying
orders tlioro and at bettor urlcos. Tlio export
olrnrnncc * from New York were liberal and
wcro ono of Ibo stimulants administered to
the mai-kot shortly after tlio ononliig. llion
there were H < | vices from the northwest of
flnningo by'hot , dry wo.ither In sonm p > aecs.
nnd unroiipc < l grain In others bv severe wlnil
Montis. On thootbvr hand , rucnlpts atprlm-
nry uomtR worn iiiiurni : tno Illinois state crop
report estimated tlio season syield ut Ul , " "M.OIX )
1m. . asnlnst.7.l5G.O. , < niBBiig-ilstod by the last
government report and compared with 3V01.-
000 bit. last year. Tlio visible Hiipply state
ment showo.I an Inuroasoof 2,087uiii bu. These
liift bearish Items , with realizing bales by
long * , were rospnnslb'o formic or two weak
H.pots dnring tlio day. Hoptembur opened Ho
up at781ir , ndvunerd slowly to "rifti- . declined
to the opening prlco. milled to 70ic ! , reacted
to78iV ( , sold mi amid considerable excitement
to 8 e , and closed strung at 7'Jic. !
The corn market opened excited and irrog-
uliir at from fttu to.Vjije for Miptembcr. The
early cxcllcricnt was varied chlully during
the day by frcdticnt bursts of the snn.o kinder
or oven moro Intensity. Kansas .supplied tlio
news which so worked lip the shorts. If thu
reports from there tolay : uro correct and
they appeared to bo unanimous , is to tlio
heavy damage being done tlioro wns good"
reason for the sc.iro ninong thoshorts. riling ,
scorching , burning-tip hot Ivtmls wore tlio o -
prcsslons concerning tlio Kansas corn crou
which were heard around the corn pit
us the price , from n comparatively
moderate jump of ? io at the start , rose
In bounds until It was 3 o higher than
tlio closing prlco on Saturday. In the
mlddlo of the udvatico it report from
Kprmgfiold. III. , giving the condition of corn
on A us list I for this state as 81 pnr cent , com
pared with C ! ) percent on July 1. created a
eliort-lhoil diversion In favor of the bears.
September , nhicli previous to that had Hold
ill ) from 52o around the oucnlng to 5'JUc. tum
bled back on the Improved condition as re
ported above. A later and correct version of
the Illinois state report , making tlio oiescnt
condition 73 per cent Instead of HI per cent , as
nt llrst , reported , caught a hoit of traders
ibortlio Imd sold on the first erroneous Illinois
I
nois reooit.
The gieulcst excitement of the day followca
the correction referred to. Itw.is simply Im
possible to flit buying ardors for u time. ' 1 ho
prlco mounted quickly from around Mo to Sic ,
und between the tlmu It louche : ! the latter
prlco and the time of Its reaching .Vi'.jc , or HJc
advance , less than ton minutes Intervened.
The closing prlco was M ? c. or within ! { o of
the extremity of the bulge.
Outs \voro nervous and materially higher
through sympathy with corn. Fluctuations
were frequent and covered a range of lie. !
I'riccs were also atroc.tod by roeeipts of crop
ilnmaeo. The liUli price of thu day was' mauo
near the closo.
The provision mnrkot opened 10c hlshcr for
pork ; nlKol2o ! for lard and So for ribs , com
pared with bftturday'H closing riuotatlons and
utter many fluctuations , mauo further oon-
eltlorablo advances. . Tliero was steady and
licavy roallzlng by ilia bull ollijuo , but the
whole army of snorts , both fore I en ana do-
tnosttc. icomed to bo In'a state of panic and
crabbed nervously for the offerings. The
bulls , therefore , found unloading at u heavy
nroflt an oiiHy matter. In fact , the shorts
took no thought of who wai doing the
Belllntr , their concern was In'finding some ono
who was wllllnit to lot go. The small receipts
of hogs only 15,000 being reported from the
yards and damage to Kansiiscorn wore , of
course , strong adjuncts to the otherwise pow
erful leverage of the bulls and did much to
unblnzo the minds of the bears.
Lake freights were firm on the basis of 2 , ' o
for corn to llutl'alo.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow : Wheat ,
BOO curs ; corn , MJ curs ; oats , 'JU cars ; hogs ,
12,000 head.
AIITICI.EN. OI'K.V. 1II01I. Tow ) CLOSE.
WHEAT No. 2
Auiiunt t 80
Bcptonibcr. . . 80fcll 7'JM
December. . . . 81H BiM
Cons No.2
August
Septuinhtir . .
Mnj- KH
OATH M ) . 2
Align lit . . . 33Jf
Bcptouibcr. . . 31 if 35
October 3134M 35 } ;
JlEJH I'OIIK
September. . . 1303 13.15
Jnnunry 1385 14 15 U 5
I.AIIII
Keptcmbor. . . 8 10 H K 8 10
January. . . . 7 7 MM C7H
BIIOIIT Hum
September , . . 8 12 825 S 10 20
January. . . . . 7 40 7 40 7 vn- 20U )
Cash quotations were as follows :
I'l.ouu 1'lrin and unchanged : winter pat
ents , tl.OncD4.20 ; winter i.trults. $3.503.75 ;
cnrlng patents. $ l.00@4.50j spring patents ,
I L5 < ( 3.U ( ) .
WIIKAT No. 2 iprlnz. 70JJc : No. 3 spring ,
nominal ; No. 2 red. 799(0. (
COIIN Higher ; No. 2 , 50io ; No. 3 , cash , 5Cc ;
Mo. 3 , yellow , K'/\Wc.
OATS No. 2 , iNSKH'ic : No. 2 white , 35 ®
B3' ' o : No. 3 white , 33W3l.ic- } ?
ItVE No. 2 , CBe.
HAHIEV--NO. 2 , C2o : No. 3 , f. a b. , 46o ;
No. 4 , f. o. b. , old , : i943o.
I'IMX tKEll No. 1. f I.C3 ,
TlsiOTHVSKEli I'rlmc. tl.J031.37.
I'OIIK JIcsH. per bbl. , fl.L2JKSI3.25 ; lard , per
100 lus.f.8.ir.f.l.v. Hhort ribs sldoK ( loose ) . $ d2J
Q8.25 ; dry suited kbouldors ( boxed ) , (7.25@7.50 ;
short clear sides ( boxed ) , & * .3. > Q8.40.
WHISKY Distillers' finished goods , per gal. ,
el * 15 *
SUCAHS Unchiinsed ; eut loaf , 4i@3jo ; gran
ulated , 4so ! ; standard A , 4 c.
Itccclpls and bhlpments today were as fol
lows :
ICnnsiiH City . " \lnrktits.
KANPAS CITV , Jlo. . Aue , 6. WIIKAT In
p : oed demand and hlghor. clnslntr slroni ; : No.
t hard , old. Utuavj ; nuw , ( i5HUU7o ; Nu 2 rod ,
fCfi7U ( * .
COIIN Irregular , but uady at the oloso :
No 2 mixed , 4. ' > ' ,44tlio ; : ' 2 white , 64iai5 > So.
OATS Irio.'uiur : No. 2 mixed , old ,
Ct'e : No.2 white , oldtlOfiil.'c'
HVK Higher : No.2 , now , COe.
HIIAN Strong ; s.ickod. 65o.
.lUy-Weiik : timothy , } 7.60 < aaoo ; prairie ,
. .
lIurTKit I'lnni creamory. llt } < asuc ; dairy. 13
Bite.
luios I'lnn at I Hiu.
ItKUKiinhMio.it \ , M.ou ] Int. ; corn , 3CObu ;
oats. ii.Uiiii.
tiiiii'MKNTrt-Whtiat , 4inco : bit. ; corn , none ;
oats , 4tW ) . _
HI. l.onU .MurlioU.
ST. Louis , Mo. , Aue , B. I'l.ouu-Blow , un-
chinigod ,
WIIKAT Wu llfli'd up by com and without
B small roiiotlun cloned ItolUo nlovo Bat-
nrduv. Not " red ea h was hlthur. 7&o b.d ; Aiu-
lut. 74 > ii ( [ . > A'4C , closing at 7&Ue uskodi tioptom.
berJASU'USi' . oiualng ut 70HU7U , o ; licvombur ,
7S'.4ltiiHc. vluslng ut Miu uskoJ ,
CiiKN-Ojn neil Uo higher IbHii Haturilny's
cli so anil bhot up lo In two iiulek lumps on
hot , ury weather In the corn bet w.th no ro-
llof In piospuot An uiisoitlOLl fooling with an
upward teinlenoy followed and a 001 ruction In
tbo Illinois ciop condition , taking or ton of
ihu twolvu points of Improvement runorlod ,
with hot , iliy winds In the state , sent eoru
biiloonlng to aelohoofi ) % above Saturday | Ma
" . cuih , hlghiT.Wo. btdi AiiKUht.a ) io : numiimlt
Htplcinbor. 4W/ftsc , oloslng at 51H4l314o , blui
Uetolier. WSe , noinlinil.
UATS Alieuily bullUli , shot up with tlio run.
BWII v corn niui'Kots. No , 'J oiibh , hluhur utUiiio
blili Augmt. 34Uu bid ; t < vpteiiitjer , aJ4C lo ,
closing ut 331 o old , Jlo uskudi October , a33to
blui llocoiuuor , 37i > , nonliial.
riiovisioNH Stioiigand higher , out buyers
( low totuko hold ut nUvuneen aikodj very
llttiu doltu In round lots , 1'ork Htuiidard
mum , Jobblui.- , * , U.U'JiitIX7i , Lurd-17.1 Ury
S.ilt Meats I.oofo ihouldcrs , t7.02U ; longs nnd
ribs. f8.i7 : ! ( : shorts , 1H.W ; boxed. lto ! more.
Jlncon r cknti shoulnora , taoo : longs nnd
ribs. I02.'it shorts. $ 'J.HKiaG3K. ! ? limns bug r
cured , Ilii3t'ilio ! HH to slzo and brand.
Kve-rto. 2. C'lc bill.
IIAlil.Kv No trade.
HAY Hlcndy nt previous quoUtlon * .
HRCD-Tltnothy , $ l.2.Vill.30 : llaxsecd noinlnnl.
IlUTTKit AND RonR Qulot anil unchanged.
LEAu-StoaJy
. .
WitisKV'-l'Iriii ; tl.IO.
- . . - .
IitriN COTTOV Tins $1.20.
ItKCKlt'TM 1'loiir. 7.0UO bbK : wheat. 377/00
bu. : corn , 7ouj bin oats , 4,500 bu. ; rye , 3,033
bit. ; bur oy , none.
BitipMENTa Piour. I3.oon bbts , : whont , os.ooo
bu. ; corn. I7nuo bu. ; oats , 4uuo bu. ; rye , 2,003
bu. ; buriey , none.
New Vork .Mitrkctd ,
Nnw YoitK , Autr. fi. l-'r-ouii Kccolpts. 17,1173
pkgs.i exports , H.Oh ) bnls , . ll\0)i ) sucks ; mod
erately actlvu. stoiiiller : stiles. 37,7.0 bbls.
C < ) NN.MKAi-Stond.v , quiet.
WIIKAT Itccolpts , iw,5au bu. : oxports. I"1'-
fl 0 bu. ; Rules. : J,8T.wu ' bu. of futures ; 14I.OJO
bu. of spot , i-pot moderately aetlvo for
experts : hither with options closing llrm ; No.
2 red , SlSSI'io In store und elevator : bVi ? 'o
alloat : ( OJJii.J'Cifio f. o. b.i No. : i rod , BIMot un
graded rcd.U * > itb2c : No. I northern , 70l14lSOHo !
No. 1 hard. KiMc : No. 2 northern , 8'fio ; No.
2 Chicago. 7ic ! : No. 2 Milwaukee. Wiel No. 3
Bprlng. vote. Options advanced l > iai4c ! early
on higher O'iblea und with the strength In
corn. dL-ullnnd ? ftio ! on thu Increase In the
visible foreign selllnt and local rcallr.lng.nd-
vauiiod ? iTS'io ( with the west and local cover
ings , o oioii stnady at l > { ® P4o over Satur
day ; No. 2 mil , Augtut , H4U8IXC. closing
at Biyc ; September , HIXO8J l-10c. closing
atKi.'Kc ; Oi'lober , KVS' Hr'si > . closing at fcBijo :
Det'cinlier , SSijiattlJ e. eloslng ut Wi < ii May ,
WJJiiiani.Scloilng tit lllc. !
Kri : Dull and steady.
Stocks of grain. In elevator itnd afloat :
Wheat , l,2.1.Vt ! ) ! bit. ; corn , 5,0,758 , 1 u. : oats.
T-'l.O.O bu. : rye. 31.021 bu. ; barley , SU. Sbu. ;
malt , -i.Wi : ) : bu. ; peas. = 1,250 bu. .
HAIILEV .M.M.T-yulet.
Con.N llacolpts. 45Kin bu. : experts , 35.000
bu. : sales , S.X&.U 0 bu. of. futures anil D.OOO bu.
of snot. Hpots firmer but dull ; No. 2. U''Uo In
elovntor : U. e alloat ; uiv.'railed inlxo.l. Ulc.
Options active and oxclluJ und -,1i5 ? > llio
higher on continued bad crop reports ;
higher west , decrease In visible , nnd short *
vovLT nir. closing llrm ! August , nofflKc , clos
ing atU2c : Hvploiuber , OjQUI'.ie , closing atOlc ;
October. . 'iSSOf.UuVie. closing at UJlSc : Dccombcr ,
57.MVic. )
OATS Uocelpti , 102.000 bu. : exports , 49,000
bu. ; sales. 20'j.uuo bu. of futures ; IK.OjOUn. of
spot. Spot. blghiT and fairly active : options ,
higher and ntronzcr ; moderately ac.tlvo ;
August. : i'J O Uc , closing nt. 3Uc : Scptoniber.
3'.i40c. ' ! oiosln : atMo : Octobur. : iJ4l | He ,
closing nt 4i'4c : spot No. . ' , white , 4Ho :
mixed western , WiiHe ; whllo western , 31 ®
47o ; Na 2. thlc ! go , 4LlJc. ! ) !
HAV Moleratoly ; wanted , steady : shipping ,
{ 0.v : J7.00 : uood to choice. $8.r > 0ffllo.uu.
Ilors Steady , iiulot ; 1'acl Ho coast , 20'J3o.
HIO.\H ; Haw. firm , ijulot ; sales. 70U tons
nutlgua innseoviido. 84 test , 2 11-lOc ox. ship. ;
rellned , linn , fair demand.
MnkAJpHS Klrm , nominal ; Now Orleans ,
quiet , steady ,
KAI : Quiet , ( Inn.
Eons i.luht receipts , hlghor ; prime. I8o.
HiiiKS SU'ady ; wet Halted Now Orleans , 40
to no IDS. . GB7c.
I'IIOVISIOKS I'orlc. Quiet , llrnior ; old moss ,
(13.7 ( & 13.79 ; new mess. $ I.V-1) ) . ( Jut meats , qulut :
plcklad hams. Jl'.V.VBliSU ; sales. &U.OOO Ibs. ;
ploklod hollies and 6'l boxes do at (9.75 ; mid
dles , steady , dull. Lard , active , hlghor ; west
ern steam closed at l8.47W5iS.f > 0 ; option sales ,
10.0)0 tierces ; September 8MV3S.M , closing at
$144 : Ootobor closed ntJS.CI. nominal.
HuiTKit Moderate domanil. fair : western , 14
O18c : western creamery , 17 < aW3JiO ; western
factory , lljiilo : Elgin. 2jo.
UHCESE Klrmer and qulot ; part skims.
I'm Itto.N Easy , qulot ; American , 113.50 ®
15. CO.
Coprnu E.tsy ; like , $ ll.5fi@ll.C' > .
] , KAi-StOily ! ( : domestic , $10534.10.
TiN-Woak : straits f-'J.4oa20.JO.
Uiiiiiliu 1'roilnro Mnrkot.
PBACIIKS California , $1.53 © ! . 05 ; southern Il
linois , H.Vi67.e cr basKot.
LKMONS J7.f.OilS. . " > 0.
OtiAxnus ( Jallfornla , out of mnrkot , Im
ported , $7.50.
lll.ACKIIKItIlIKS-tl.00.
TWIMS California. $ l'.503.00.
KANAKAS ft oi4f..7.\
OAjiUAnE iroruo grown , 0. > iJ75c per doz.
MKr.oss Wntormoions , 2.va.'llc.
NKW At't'i.us I'orono-tb. rd.hu. box , 75aSOo ;
jbls. . JUKI
I'EAits llartlott , S3.7'.01
IJUTTKit I'ackln stock , 1213o ! ; small lots
select dairy , > 4&17c.
I'oui.Titv Spring chickens , J2.0'J'J.OO as to
slzo ; old fowls. He.
UANTALOUi'Ks 1'cr crate , 81.2J : joins , 75c per
basket.
OALU-OIINIA OuAl-R ? 1'or caso. SiSO.
CocuMiiEits I'.or doz. , OUc.
KaaB-KIrm at I4c.
NEW l'OTATOK8-JiOO,23 per bbl.j in iaoks ,
lU < ai cporlb.
ONIONS I'er , bbl. . J3.OOIt3.23.
Ili.UEiinniiiKS la-qt. boxes , { 2.00.
TOMATOKS 4 basket crates , il.253&1.50 | bu
boxes , } l.75@2.00.
OKAPES 1'ur "J-lb. basket , 6MJ7JO.
Coll'eo Murkot.
NEW YOIIK. Aug. 8. Options opened steady
unchanged toftnoluti up. olosou steady , un
changed to 1U points up. Sales. 0.5'JO bags , In-
oludlng August. 112.5 : < iOI.03 ; September , $12.5)
© 12.00 : October , $12C.r : Docombor. $12.05 :
March. $12.73 ; spot Ulo , flrm und qulot ; No. 7 ,
.
Hio JANKIIIO. Aue. 0. First ordinary , 13.250
rols per 10 kilos. ; good seconds. 12,700 rols ;
receipts during the wcoU,74OJO bags : purchases
for the United States. 24.0JO ; shipments to the
United States , 33.00J : stock. 12-J.OuO bug * .
CAIVllf. % XVUK * u. uulltl IIVU1UKU , 1..UJU IUID
pnr 1U kilos ; receipts during the week , 04,000
Uaus ; purchases for the United Stutes , I'j.lUO ;
shlpmonts to the United States , 3,000 : stock ,
110nuO bags.
Now York Dry Uooitn Alurkot.
New YI.UK , Aug. 8. The dry goods market
opened with a very good volume of mull ordurs
on hand , thu disposing of which kept mer
chants busy during the forenoon , whllo buyers
began to como Into the market in good num
bers. The transactions of the dny Indicated a
good movement at western centers of trado.
There was no p.irtlouUr nuwffaluro. The
mnriiot continues strong In tone , with print
cloths and prints vorv llrm. Of the latter
Simpson's prints and tbo Hamilton prints were
each advanced to 7'-io.
Oil Market.
NEW YOIIK. Aug. 8. I'ETIIOLBDU Opened
steady , advanced } o on light trading and
closed steady. Pennsylvania oil Spot sales ,
none : August option sale 3. 22,0jl ) bbls , ; oooy-
oniiig. K.'eS : highest. Me ; lowest , M7 o : olui-
lu'63c. ! . Lima oil. no sales. Total lalci ,
22.0)0 ) bbls.
COTTONSEED OiL-Stendy.
TALI.OW Steady , llrm.
KosiN 1'Mrni , stoudy.
TUill'KNTINK-Dnll.
I.lvrrpuol Markets.
Livsitrnor , Aug. 8. WHEAT Firm : demand
fair ; holders oll'er modoratoly.
COIIN Firm ; demand fair ; tnoro Is no stook
of now mixed western hero.
I'ltoviBinNS-l'lrm.
liAHi > I'rlmo western. 40s per owt.
I'KAS Uanadiuti. 5s M per cental.
riillnilolplilu Urnln Market.
rnii.AiEi.i'iiiA , Pa. , Aug. 8. WHEAT Strong ;
No. 2 rod , September , TiJidJ ' io.
COIIN Quiet ; No. 2 mixed , Scptotrbor , 67 ®
S7iC. ! '
OATS Qulot : No. 2 white , 42c.
NorthxveiitoriiVlieut Stocks.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. . Aug. 8. Figures com
piled by thu Northwestern Miller and the
Market Itecord show the total northwestern
stock of wheat to bo 10,101,120 bu. A week ago
It was 7 , 108,000 bu.
Cincinnati
CINCINNATI , O. . Au * . 8. WHEAT Good do-
miind ; No.2 , rod , 75c. }
COIIN Higher ; No. 2 mixed. M'/io.
OATS Strong : No. 2 mixed. U4 ? c.
Ciittiui Miirlcut.
NKW Oiti.EAN.J , La. , Aug. 8. Dull and easy ;
middling. 7 1-lOc ; low middling , llO-luo ; good
irdlii'iry , 0 l-Uo ! : not and gros * receipts , CC2
u Uos , Wll bales ; Ktook , 77,1173 bales.
H.iltlinore drain M'trkot.
. M. I ) . , Aug. fl.-WliKAT Firmer :
No. v ! rud. spot H.'liu
COU.N Firm ; spotft'c.
OATS Firinor ; Na 2 white western 42c.
Toledo ( ir.iln .M.irknt.
TOLEDO. O. , Aiiu' . 8. WiiEAT-EusIer : No. S
cash , tflKc.
COIIN Dull ; No. 2 cash , 51)io. )
OAiB-lUill : cash. Me.
U'lioiit .Mrlmt.
Mlnu. , Aug. R WHEAT
Ouonoil hl.'hor , bouanio very strong , uultvu.
Kucolpts , Uii ears ; wheat clofcocJ , beptomber ,
7i ? c ; opouul , 7i ? > ,
Klgln lluiter .Murkut.
Kr.oiN , III. , Aue. 8. The butter market was
aetlvn. The salot were lU.Sjo Ibu. at 2lc ,
August Trudur * ' Talk.
ClliOAno. III. , Aug. H Couiikoln.an fi Day
to Coukrell llros. Coinmltuiloii compuuyt
l.ver K nee the lUtoh bill was shelved Itu-ro
h-jH been u dully lucroabo of pubilu Interest In
the market. DiNuppotntilu threshing roturnn
In wheat und ouu. dioutb In corn nnd light
receipts of hogK , with u good donio tlo demand
In provi lon liuvu been thu bulk foulures ,
and have given nuoli un Incronsu of eon-
liilenco to the outslUo buying public
that they Imvo takun the marUots beyond
control of loual bo.tr * . The heavy buying of
wheat and uorn. which mudo the bulgvs to-
dny. > ru probably fnr 1'nrdrldfe. The roller *
of Soutombcr fuiuivn ut bUo itnd Uo were
lotus titkln prullts. Th _ oountry. howuvur ,
boiitfht moro jiiu , corn uiiaiwjrk tlmu thuy
noid. 'Ibo principal fuuturcslUrov. ) . lon
were OiiJuhv sollliu pork nnd Armour buy-
lnsnr | > l. Wheat looks to us llko the cheapest
thlni Inlton the list.
CntCADO. III. . Atltf. 8.-K. 0. lei n * Ca t
Duncan , llolllnxcr fc Co. ! "Wheat opened
strong nt 784o ! forScptombor. the lowest prlco
of the session ; It closed Bt 7B i'c. The market
hat been active with a lar o scattered trade.
All reports wo rocolvo from the winter wheat
dlstrlcUuro tlmt f rmori > are not marketing
tholr wheat freoiy , nnd whit 1ms boon and Is
being stacked will remain In stuck at present
low prices. Tlio receipts at this nolnt nro up
to thoavcrnttootnernons : the demand Is not so
urgent , but iill receipts are taken o.iro of.
HCDOrts from the northwest , are loss llntter-
Ulg , particularly from North Dakota. Eouth
IJauotit nreu good. Cable advlooi nro unsot-
llo'l early , lo higher , with wet , cold wonther.
The market late , unable to sustain tbo ad
vance. Thorn Is an absence of speculation 111
Kuropo , but It will como should It bo a wet
harvest. Wo look on whc.it us cheap and any
dlsapuolntmont In the spring crop means
higher prices. The excitement In corn con
tinues nnd will until this question of dnmngo
Is settled. The Improvement In the Illinois
crop report , ns 73 against 69 , Is a llttlo Im
provement , but loss than looked for , nnd
points to n small crop nnJ-Jilghor prices.
Advices from Nebraska and Hvansus are do-
cldodlv bullish , The oxcUement , wo think ,
nlll keep up until nftor the government. report -
port Is known. This U duo on Wednesday ,
Oats share In the oxcltmnont In corn. 'I'horo
Is but ono opinion on provisions and that Is
higher prices ;
Itrltlsli ( Irani Traclo Itnvlow.
LONDON , Aug. 8. The Maik Lane Express ,
In us weekly rovlowof thu Ilrltlsh grain irado ,
siiys : KnL'llsh wheats nro weaker , Tlioro
has been an averaged fall In the London
market of ( id. The harvest Is progressing In
the couth of Kngland. The crops of wheat
und barley are good , The whole wheat
hiirvestof the United Klncdom , If August
proves line , Is calculated at 8.5U0.030 quarters ,
barley ntl > ,7.Vooo ) quarters , oats lit fo.OJO.OOl.
Potatoes promlso a yield of 0.300,000 tons.
This Is lllioiy to limit the dnmand , Forolmi
wheats Hro heavy. American winter cargoes
have fallen ( id. Corn Is stoiidy. Ilarloy Is
qulot. In today's market , English wheats
worn Improved , foreign wheats were flrmor.
California , Indian nnd Australian were nd
bettor. Outs ivoro 3d higher , lloans. owing to
Iho sprond In the blight In the homo crop * ,
rosa K There was n good sale for corn atCd
advance. Flours were steady : peas were llrm.
ST O CKS AND 1ION IIS.
Decrease In the Itanlc ICrsprvoVns Felt In
Spi'culiitlvn Circles.
NEW YOIIK. Aug. 8. The Influence of the
unexpectedly lane decrease In the bank
reserve on Saturday was felt In the stook
market this morning und there was during
the forenoon a dropping of quotations. In
this result the downward tendency of the
silver market as not without Its effect and
the agitation ot the silver question seems
likely to tntorforo with the ra.iklng of that
market for stocks.
The conuMonco of h'ohloM In securities ,
however , was not Impaired and the depression
In prices of stocks was the result of further
short svlos with the usual accompaniment of
an IncronsoJ short Interest In the markat ,
The bulls are now Inclined to lay stress
upon the failure of the prediction of
hoary gold export to innterlallzq together
with the tendency of oxchairjo nttos to
drop under a frcor offering of commercial
bills aim the evident oversold condition of the
market , A few specialties displayed maruod
strength. With the withdrawal of the press
ure to soil , dullness today , ns usual , became
the principal foaturoof the dealings and the
whole list Undiluted ever the narrowest
range , though Bomo recovery from the lowest
points was scon , The dualities were based on
the unfavorable cron reports from Kansas ,
but the soiling was evidently of a Kind to aug
ment that already unwieldy short Interest In
Granger stocks , and cessation'of the pressure
was , ns usual , followed by dullness und re
covery. The pressure wan maintained to the
oloso , which was qulot but heavy , generally
at close to the lowest prices of the day. Tran
sactions reached lil,4ll ) listed ana 24,053 un
listed.
Government bonds have been dull and
steady.
State bonds have been dull nnd steady.
The Post says in Its financial column : It Is
gratifying to sco that traders are waking up
to the tlungors or Industrial" suoculatlon.
One olTort has been made by the manrgors of
these properties to revive the current criti
cisms. They allege , und doubtless with truth ,
that Information has never been refused to
shareholders. Hut lut It bo observed that this
Is quite beside the point. What Is wanted , In
stocks which are endangered for Investors. Is
not alone Information for people who have
already purchased , but Is meant for people
who are thinking of purchasing.
This point Is altogether bey on a dispute.
Listing of the Stock oxclmngo Is ot itself nn
oiler to the trudtnz and Investing public and
thn fact that oooulo already In possession of
the stook know all about Its finances in no
wlsu prevents the deluding of outsiders. On
the contrary It makes the deception moro
tempting a'nd moro easy. . .Thoso stocks were
placed on the Stock exchange Hits two or
three years ago , In deference to the wall of
brokers , who then believed that Wall street
profits were past forever unless some nov
elties could be exploited. Hut for the fair
ness of some wlsor heads , out local board
might have followed the example of the Lon
don Stock exchange and spread out olllclallv
before tbo nubile an unlimited mass of such
securities , moro or less discreditable and
worthless. The line could not logically bo
drawn between the sugar und whisky combine
and the brewery sanitarium , butchers' snaps ,
whose shares crowd London's stock Hat. For
tunately the Londin. Investor learned his
lesson.
The following nro the closlna acotxtisns rr
the loading stocks on the Now Ycik Stock ex-
chaiue today :
lM. t ankod.
Now York Alining Oiiotntlnnii ,
NEW VOIIK. Aug. 8. The following nro
thu closing mining stook quotations :
London riniiiiflnl lluvlew.
| Coj > vri0W l IMlbu Jainu Gonlot lltnnitt , I
LONDON. Aug. 8.-Now York Herald Onble-
BpfolHl to TUB IlEE.l Tliero bus been a
marked nbionco of now business In the block
exchange today , tint few transactions that
have taken place bulns mainly In preparation
for the ttiitlumunt.whlch commences Wednes
day , Consol * have Improved U pur cent for
the moiioy uecount Indian rupee pupor has
fulleu pur i-iint. owln { to thu conllnued do-
pruolatlon of l.vor. For lgn goveriinient o-
curltlos closed tolerably btroug , as rognrds
Intvrnutlonnl < lo > orlptlona , being supported
by firmness on oontlnontal bourse * . Homo
rallwiijr * o Died somuwhut Inejiiiar , Boiilh-
eastern deferred has doellnol lii per
eiuit on u poor trafllu statement. Hrlvh-
ton roeolpti. khnwrd an lnrro.bt' of JC414.
beotch Hnouuiuit shmlo easier Hhllu huitvv
Hues are firm , an udvunsu Lu.ui ; vs
In Great Western , Midland , Northeastern nnd
London ft Northwestern. American railways
close flat on salts to secure profits before the
fiottlomonl. NoniYurkhas not BITCH support
to the market. .Honey has boon nlmoit un-
Icndablo. yhortr loans have been freely
offered at H percent. The discount market
has been n llttlo flrinbr though bills Imvo born
carco. Those of two nnd three months were
quoted nt X to 1 per1 cent.
Fliuuiflnl Notes.
PAHIS , Aug. 8.--i-TIireo per cent rentes 03f50o
for the account. ,
>
NEW YonK , Aii ! ? . , 8. Clearings. 171,250.-
070 : balnnccs. l4.458.Yi4.
IIALTIMOIIE. Mil. , Auff. 9. Clearings , $2,333-
55.1 ; bnlnncoj , 1141,878. Money , 0 per cent.
Dl'MlLADKLpitiAiTn. ' * Aiu . Clearings , 17.-
021,433 ; balances. < II246,8I5. Money. 2 percent.
MEMIMIIS , Tomfi. Auir. a Now York ox-
chnn.'o soiling nt U.60 ; olcarlngs , J07,801 ;
r
-
balnncos ,
NE\V Oitt.KANS. ' IJa. . Atiff. 8. Olcarlnes ,
* 3IIf > Oj | Now YorWbx\liango , comnioroUl , fiuus
bunk. * I.5U porlljjop.protnlum ,
ST. Louis , Mo. . Aug. B.-Olonrlngs. W.46I-
870 : balances , J40'twi Money qulot nt 07 per
cunt. Kxchntigo on Now Vork .Wo discount.
HORTON , . " \inss. \ , Aug. R , Oioarlhgs , ttl.-
822uoa ; balances. } l.78l.f > 77. Money , HHI per
cent Rxchango on Now York , 17o discount.
aCittOAOo , 111. , Aug. 8. Money flrm nt
4 per con ton call and ft per cent on lime loans ;
clearings , } I.\VMI7J ; Now Yorlc oxchatmi 2Jo
discount ; sterling oxohanco dull atI.H7Ufor
sixty-day bills ana JI.88H farsight drafts.
L1VK . SJTtltJK MAIttCIITS.
Itccclptu of Cnttlo 11 nd I logs Light 1'ulr
1'rlcns Killed.
OMAHA , Aug. 8. The receipts of cnttlo were
by no means excessive , whllo the supply of
liofs wns the lightest In ever live months , or
since March 7 ,
There wore ninety-five ears of caltlo re
ceived. These were largely western rnngors
and Included fourteen cars of Kansas City
Toxnns billed direct to n local slaughterer.
While tlioro was no shipping demand to spnuk
of , tlioro was a good Inquiry from local
houses and desirable killing cattle sold
roiidlly at fully steady prices. With no
shippers buying the heavy c.ittlo were rather
Blow sale nnd thin cattle had to sell nt feeder
prices. Good I.VUOto 1,4.1 Mb. stoctrs sold at ,
fromJI.'JJ to 14.OJ , with l,10J-lb. stuir soiling
from Jl. 10down to $ : j,25. Quite a string of
food 1.300 to 1.3'iO-Hi. wnstnrns broui'ht Ji.73.
It was a moderately aetlvo market through
out and a fair clearance was elToutod.
OITorlniEs of cows and mix oil stock wore
quite liberal Inoludlng seventeen or cUhtecn
ears of , wo.-torns , some of thorn very good.
There wore several loads good enough to
bring $3.23 an I $ J.i : > . but $1.20 to 8.VJ5 bought
the big bulk of the offerings In this lino.
They are not In very good demand nlthotuh
prices are nominally steady. Several largo
bunches of calves were received and sold at
about steady prices , sales being largely at
* i75lo I..Vl.
In thu stacker nnd feeder line while tlioro
was llttlo or no country demand the regular
dealers wen ; free buyers of the fresh offerings
at from J'.DO lo.MW. Tlioro Is llttlo change
worthy of note In the situation. Koproienta-
tlvosulo-i :
DRESSED I1CF.F ,
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. I'r. Na Av. Pr.
1. . 790 $3 00 31..1101 ? 4 20 63. . 1'114 4 65
1..1I80 825 EJ..I240 420 fit..1274 455
10..1101 ! I50 60.1203 425 20..1382 400
110.1071 4 10 17..1144 4 35
COWS.
I. . 830 1 50 S.vlOOO 1 50 18. . 007 223
1. . 680 1 50
Mir.KCItS AND
1 cow and calf f.'W 00
1 oaw und calf 25 00
1 milker 2000
WVOMINd CATTLE.
No. Av.
8 iteers..H33 13 10
1 Itoor..l070
125 sp'd b'fslOSS
2 bolters. . 1100
12 heifers..1125
f heifers..1040
2 cows 120J
H flows 1070
10 OOWR 1003
8J feodors.,1047
125 steers..1310 .
Hoas There were hardly enough hogs here
to muko a markot'but the foiv here sold nt
an average advance of fully 5o over Satur
day's prices. They quality In the main was
common and thorn was no shipping demand.
Only two local buyers , uudahy and Swift ,
were In the field. Chicago was hk-hor and
they bought the beitihogs of all weights at
from 85.75 to $3.tfwith common light and
mixed stulT nt from $5.5J to $ " > . " . " > . It did not
take very lonz to'clc.ii * the pens. Hales were
largely at from < * V70 to 15.81 , against $3.fi5 to
95.75 Saturday. The gojieral average of prices
paid was 15.74K. against $ . " > .70J ! Saturday and
last Monday. 'Kbjiresontatlvo sales :
No. Av. an. I'r,4 No. Av. Sh. I'r.
2. . .270 350s " " "
50. 210 2SO 5 50 I
3. .233 41) )
4. .289 40 6 au , , ;
57. .205 100 5 Wr .1
70. .204 80 5 7B
70. .V13 360 5 70 *
72 .237 200 5 75
8. .203 40 6 75"
pins AND nouoii.
01 500 4 00
SiiBEi1 Again the mnrfet wasbnroof sheep.
Good muttons nro wanted badly and will Und
a rendy sale nt strong prices. I'nlr to eood
natives , (3.75@l.l > 0 ; fair to good westerns.
( .1.5(1,2o ( ; common end stook sheep. J--.U1 ©
3.50 ; gooa to ch'-lco 40 to 00-lb. Iambi. S4.5Q4. )
6.50.
I.nst Week's rurellines.
1IUVE11S. I CATTLE. I HODS. I31IF.E1' .
Itccolpts mid Dmpoxltlon of Slock.
Olllolal rocoluts und disposition of stook as
shown by the books of the Union Stook Yards
company for tlio twenty-four hours ending at
5 o'clock p. u. , Augusts. M92.
UtICKIl'TS.
DISPOSITION.
Now York Llvo Stock Markets.
NBW YOIIK. Aug. 8. 1JUEVE3 Uocolpts for
tno days were ; i.HI ? head , Inoludlng 41 cars for
sale ; market active and IMiSSo bUhor ; natlvo
Steers , * J.25.V83 ( : Toxana. f-'LUJaiLbU ; bulls and
cowg.i'.ya.85 ; dressed beef steady at 7W ©
7Ho ; sblpmonts tomorrow. CSabeovea
OAIA-KS Hcceluts for two days were 2,975
head ; market itotlvo und ' , io higher ; vouls ,
JVHO'A'.O ) ; grassers and buttermilk calves ,
C2.50&3.00 ; westerns , & .15&5.00.
HllEKi- AND tiAMlis Kocolpts for two davs
wore U.1UU bond : sheep. Crm at } I.OOai.7.M
lambs Kotlvo and KO lilghor at tG.uu < & 7.M > ;
droisocl mutton Hteaily nt SCtllo per Ib. ;
dressed lamb * IInn at HOl'-'lie pur Ib.
lions Uooelpts for two days uuG3 bead. In
cluding 'i curs tor sale : market weak at J5.D03 ,
C.UO.
St. I.oul I.lvo ntook AInrknt.
ST. I-ouis , Mo. . AUK. 8. OATTI.E Kccotpti ,
4,600 ; shlpmoiits , 400 ; nuirkot easier to lower ;
fair to good native Kteers..wXiH.8' \ < ; Texan
and Indian stoors. fair to good , fc..40UO : ;
cows iti.il canners , ll.OJffl-'JJ.
llJOH-HeeelptH , H.iW ) ; shlpmonts , 2,400 ; mar
ket rxaiOo higher : , heavy , Hj U.iri ; inixml ,
to.GOSU.lU ; light , i.V8U@U.Ol. ( UccolpU of poor
nuallty.
HilKici' Kocolpt9. 3.BOO : shipment * . COO ;
Rocolpts mostly fooilufs. Market steady.
Chicago I.lvo StoeK IMiirkot.
GuiCAdo. III. , Aug. 8. [ Hpoelal Tolcgrnm to
TUB lluiij Thorp W.IIN fair aetlvliy In all
branches of the oxltlo trade today and prleos
were held to about a steady course , choice
unlives were a little Lcarco and were stronir ,
while common and ineclluni gradun , wliluh
constituted tlio laUlof / the xupDly , leanoil to
weakness , but thoio-wna seurcely a ijuotnbo |
elmngo In any grudo. Tbaro were sales of
ctiolco touxtra moors , , at from .r > .25 to tl.50 ,
und a little poorstulT wns cleared out nt from
ti.25 to ll.fto , though prices hotween tioo and
fA.ou took most of tlio natives , and from II.M
to M.UU were the pcornlllng prices for Toxnni.
Western rungo OKttlo were dull aim easy ut
from < l.50 toll.M.
From 6c to luo in'iirJwas added to the value
of nogs , prices moving up to from iUO to ( U.'Jj
How is Your Blood ?
. m i.mmw % * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
I had a malignant breaking out on my leg
below tbo Unco , and was cured Bound and well
with two and a half bottles of JKJQKM
Other blood medicluea bad failed F'fPjrVl
to do mo any good. WILL C. UKATY ,
I was troubled from childhood with nil ne ;
ayutetl cuta of Tetter , nnd three bottles of
MA
iUnuvlllt , I.T.
Our book on Illnod and Bkln Diseases malM
SWIIT Bi'ixiwo Co. , Atlaut * . UsW
for vorjr common to extra grades. There were
not many trades at even $ VI\ neither were
many of thoofTorlngs no poor ns not lo bo
snlcfiblo at oTcr3.85.
Sales of sheep were nt quite as good prices
ns were paid Init week nnd Iho bettor grndos
of lunibs were steady. Common Inmbs were
not wanted at former prices nnd thin shexp
wore vary slow. Quotntlons were from M..V ) to
W.UJ for sheep nntl from Jl.no to M.M for lambs.
Culls were quoted at from it , 50 to $ .1.23.
Receipts : Cattle , 1,0 < W : ho s , l.\003 ; sheep ,
0non. '
The Ercnln ; Journal reports :
OATTLK Hccolpts , VJ.ooo : market active ,
strong ; nntlrof. M,4)it-V5' ) ) ; To.xans , t..003 > : i.20 ;
cows. II.OOQVJ3.
lions Uecelpts. 17.000 : market lOiJI.Iohlelier !
rough packers , $ \2.V35.85 ; mixed , $3.0xa < V > 0 !
prime heavy nnd butohors' weights , { 0.05ft
5.20 : light , nr.j ai.- .
SiiEF.i1 Heeolpts , 0.000 ; marmot toftdy : owes ,
JI.SnOI.Mj mixed W7.VJII.75 : wuthers. 3.o03-\6i !
Tcxatm , 4.IOit 40 ; westerns , tl SJ&l.vO ; Inmbs ,
J3.uxaaoo. :
Uiiusas City l.tvti Stock Mnrknt.
KANSAS OITV. Mo. , Aug. 8.-CATTLE-Ro-
colpts , .1.200 : shipments , too ; the market
for good native steers w.ls steady to lOo
lower : other o.ittlo steiidytil strong ; natives ,
f2.2JTM.40 : cows , Il.J03i2.3tj Texans steady ut
ll.7.VinoO : Mockers and foedors.Ji.03ai.03.
Houa UocoipU , 2.2JO : shipments , 1,103 : the
mnrkot was 'NI''O ' higher ; all grades , I-5.41XJ4
o.o : > i bulk. M.k : > ia5.9J.
SHEEi'-Kocolpts , 1,100 ; shipment * . 100 : the
market was stoutly ; muttons , 73.7534.53 ;
Inmbs , J2.GoB2.75.
I' . E. Ishnm of London , Canada , is visiting
Omaha friends.
Judge IllgRius of Grand Island was In the
clt3f yesterday.
Judge VVilliara Montgomery of Bault Bto.
Marie Is In tbo olty.
Harry Nott has gone to Now York for n
visit with relatives near Ithaca.
Mrs. Florence O'Hnnlon will leave this
ovcnlne for Denver to Oo gene about ono
month.
Comptroller Olson loft Sunday for Den
ver wucro ho will tulco part In tbo Masonic
festivities.
L. Wostermann , secretary nnd treasurer
of the News PuolUhlng company of Lincoln ,
nou. is in inu
. , city.
Tbotnns Orr , nsslstant to President Clark
of the Union Pacillc has Joined his familv ut
Salt Lake for n short outing.
Hon. John Steen of Lincoln nnd P. O.
Hodlund of Holdi-ego were in tbo city yestor
dny and culled tit Tin : BEE ollli'o.
Huph Honderaon of Sonttlo was m Omaha
today on his way to Cocmr Knplas , lo. , to at
tend tbo wedding of n friend.
P. K. Louis , n former Omaiin nowapapor
man , now of Plttsburg , was in tbo city
yestordav en route to Chicago nnd Now
York.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Konrnoy nnd son of
Stantou , Nob. , called on THE HER , ion their
way to the Knights Templar conclave at
Donver.
H. M. Lvtlo of Brnddoclf , Pn. , who was
well known in Omaha thirty yours ago , is in
the 'city wild his wife visiting his brother ,
John Lytlo ,
Lord Coleridge writes : "Send me fifteen
dozen Cook's Extra Dry Imperial Wine. I
tried it wnllo here and ilnd it superior. "
Funds for T.nhnr Uny Forthcoming.
The members of the local commltto of the
Central Labor union who have charge of the
work of soliciting : funds to defray the ox-
ponscs of the Labor dav pnrado , nro suc
ceeding most admirably. The mou started
out last Friday , nnd of the ? I,5UO necessary
the sum of JOUD has already boon plodgod.
o
DeV ill's Sarsnparllla destroys suob poi
sons us scrofula , skin diseases , eczema , jrhou-
matisui. Its timely use saves many livas.
Ann" " " " .Hull Olllco Opened.
Superintendent Mnthioson of the city hall
is now at homo in his own ofllco. Ho has
boon assigned rooms on the first floor , just
east of the alovntor at the right of tbo court.
Those rooms are the ones which were oncin-
ally intended for Suporlntondent Coulter of
the 11 ro and police alarm system.
DeWlU's Sarsapanlla is rolianle.
LOC.ll , JSltKI'ITIKS.
Instoaa-of two tlio ilttora'"as has boon pub
lished , there are nine men working on the
tlio contract in the now city hall.
Joe Woltman , an oraployo of John F.Coots ,
fell from Mr. Coots' South Tenth street resi
dence Saturday afternoon and broke his
arm.
arm.Mary Roach , a 7-year-old girl living with
nor mother at Fort Omaha , was taken to
the Child's hospital with a badly cut limb.
She was playing about the house with some
broken bottles when aha slipped and fcll
across ono of them , severing the cord at the
back of the loft linoe.
Test
It requires no learned experts
or scientific experiments to
establish the fact that DR.
PRICE'S DELICIOUS FLAVORING EX
TRACTS are not only the strong
est , but positively the sweet
est and most delicate fruit
flavors. If housewives will
flavor a cake , pudding , cus
tard or cream with Dr. Price's
Extract of Vanilla , Lemon or
Orange , and a smaller quan
tity gives a more natural and
grateful taste than can be imparted -
parted by any other Extracts , ,
is it not an incontestable
proof of their greater excel
lence ? In every case where
Dr. Price's Flavors are used
they give perfect satisfaction.
SOUTH OMAHA.
Union Stock Yards Company
SOUTH OMAHA.
eat cuttle , liog nnd snoop m nrkot In the west
COMMISSION HOUSES.
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LIVK HTOCIC COMMISSION- ,
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Market report * by mall and wlro cheerfully
furulbhed upon application.
THIS
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Oinalu , tJlgux Ultr. I'ort Wortu ,
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Correspondence solicited and vroaiptly nniireril ,
tipuclul attention to ordurs f or mockers li f uederi ,
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reports , .
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Tolephoiio 1707 ,
OMAHA
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Contractors nd sub conlractori for nil kinds ol
ballitlnv. lilitstcrlnx pMntliw. oto. All will rocctvo
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Wolf Bros , ACo. .
Tents , nwnlntarpnu -
ldds , litimmockK. oil nntl llai , covers of Ml Kinds ,
rubber clothlnit. 8onl : flags , inuiner.i , etc. Honit
forcat'Kuo. 1113 Pnrnnm for c.itnloinio.TO'l . liHIt
BAGS AND TWIN US.
RcmlsOinaliaiiagCo
Importers ninlmrfn , flour
tacks , Lnrlnps , twine.
BICYCLES. BOXES.
11.0.1011(1 ( ,
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Bnnco ( ir to I.J.Tllle
enso't. M'f'irclnnr.
paper
Itlcfclci sold nn monthly piictlnvlinxoi. All novel
paymonta. 12U.N . 15th st Hoi In tie < c iliio.
llll lioutlM BU
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Morsc-Coc Slice Co.
ItW Howard Stroot.
Knctorrcornor llthninl Domlmtrsots.
\\onromakingclo < | > rlu3Uo cam buyer. * , nn I nro
n clajs of uondi wlilch Ij very sulenblo
with niurclmnta.
Steven Crccdon.
Manufacturer's nitent. Ic.nnsupply you with ovory-
thlnjr In slioes-men' ; ! , wonoiVn an.I elillds' it
loircst factory prlcasnnddlicuuiils. Litest ctyls.
1401 Knrnnm struct. Uoom IS.
Kirkea'lall , Aniei'.llancScwcilSlioeCo
VVIiolcsalo M Hoots , ehooi
Huston Haulier PhocCo' ' felt KOoiU 11 = 1
IIOMIOI-UIW llnriiuysl , Harney-sl
CLOTHING.
Blolcky & Co.
Clothlne.notlon. furnish-
Inies. Ulvu us n trial.
Samples prepilil br express -
press , I1U llnrnoy.
COAL , COKE , CORNICE.
OmaliaCoaU'okciLimCe ' Eagle Cornice Works
Hard nnd soft coal. S. K. Mfr * . KnlvnnUed Iron
cornice , window ,
. caps
cor. llHb nnd Uougala
mutnllc skyllKhts. etc.
cots , 1110 , HIS UotlKU-et.
CONTRACTORS.
J. II. Glenn.
Contractors nnd sub contractors for nil kinds of
building , plastering , pMiuliiK. etc. , will rocclvo n
copy of Olonn's architect' nnd builders' directory
froc , by sanding thalr nnma , busliioss nnd location
to the publisher. J. 11. Glenn , 11.1 S. IMh street.
DRY GOODS.
M. E. Smith k Co , Kilpalriek - Koeh
Dry Kooils , notions , fur- Dry Guo.1 * Co , Notions ,
nlaltlng goods. Corner K3nts' furnlshlni ; croodj
31tu and llowar.l-bts. Cor. llth aid Howard.
FURNITURE.
Omalia Upliolslering Co , IlccliD & llunyan
Upholstered furnUuro , Kurnlturo Co. , Urnco an
1105-1101.Vlcliolns struct 1 Jill street.
Wholosnlc only.
GROCERIES. | DRUGS , ETC.
D. M. Stecle&Co.Blake / , Bruce & Co'
l l.'i Jones street , 10th and llnrn cy street
Uinuha. Omaha.
PROPOSALS FOR PAVING INTER
SECTIONS.
Scaled proposals will bo received by the un
dersigned until 1:30 o'clock p. m. , Augint 2tlth ,
18'- ' ) , for Colorado sandstone , Sioux Kails granIte -
Ito and Woodruff. Kansas , stone , according to
specifications for 1S01 for Driving the part of
Intersection on the west side of Kith street and
Williams street , und for paving 49th street
from Davenportbtreet to Cunnng street. In
street Improvement district No. 443 , with Trin
idad shoot nsuhaltiim dug or taken directly
from the asphalt lake In the Island of Trini
dad.
dad.Kacli bd ! to specify n pr.'co pnr squaroyard
for the paving complete on the Intersection
and on the streot.
\Vorlc to bo done In accordance with plans
and bpaclllcatlons on Illo in the olllco of the
Hoard of Publlo Works.
Each proposal to bo made on printed blanks
furnished by the board , and to bo accompa-
nUv.l by u curtllled chojk In the sum of } > OJ.
payable to the city of Oinaliu , as an evidence
of good faith. _
The board reserves thn right to rcjectany or
all bids and to w.ilvu defects
P. W. HIUKIlAUSKIt.
Glmlrman Hoard of Publlo Works.
Omaha , Nob. , August Dili. Ib92. a8-0-15-10
WOODEN SIDEWALK RESOLUTION
CONSTRUCTION.
Council Chamber. Onlnha , Nob. . July 20th. IfiOi.
Ho ID resolved by the city council of the
_ city of Omaha , the mayor concurring :
Th.it woo.lcu Kldenalks bo eoustrue'.od In
the city Omaha as designated bulow , within
live days after the publication of this resolu
tion , or the personal borvlcu thereof , an by
ordinance Is authorized and required ; such
sidewalks to bo laid to the present gradu on
tlio streols spccl'lod ' heroin , and to ho con
structed of pine plunk of such width and
thleUih'ss and bo laid upon joists of such
dimensions and In such mUnnor IIH Is pre
scribed by the sppclllcatlona on Ilio In the
olllce of tbo HorirJ of Publlo Works and under
Its supervision , to wit :
East side of lOlli street , lots 8 and 9 , block 3 ,
Van Camp's addition , ( I feet wide.
South side of Dorcasstreol. lots 1 to 0 Inclu
sive , block 2. CampbellM addition , U feet wldo.
South Klilo of Wlrt or Newton street , lots 2J
to'4 , Davenport's Kill ) , U foot wldo.
West. Hide of."list. Htrout. lu 1 to 20 block 11 ,
West Sldo addition. 4 feet wldo.
West side of TiUt street , lot 120 , block 8 , West
Sldo addition. 4 feel Id e.
Westsldoof filstslreut. lots 1 to 4 Inclusive ,
block li , West Sldo addition , 4 foot wide.
West sldo of " > lst street , lot 1U to 3. ) Inclusive ,
block 1 , lllmobaiigh'M and Patterson's sub ad
dition. 4 fiMit wldo.
South xlcio of I.oavonworth street , lots 1 to 5
Inclusive , block 1 , West Sldo addition , u foot
wldo. '
Kuutli sldo of Leaveiiworth street , adjoin
ing M P or Holt Mno U K right of way , HOC 10-
r > - 3. tifoot wldo.
South sldu of I.uavonworth street , adjoining
M P or Holt IIno It K right of way. btouic 3 ,
Hlmobaiigh's addition. 0 feet wluu.
South sldo of leavenworth Btreot , Huh lot 1-
34 , hlK 2. IIImobaugh'H addition. U foot wldo.
K.ntHldo oHKth street , lots H and 15. block
2 , HrligH1 Place. 0 feet wlrto.
EaHtsldo of 4Blh street" lots II und 15. block
3 , HrlK b' Place , I ) foot wldo.
KAStn do of 4Sth street , lots 11 nnl : 15 , bloolc
7 , llriggs' Place. 0 feet wldo.
Kastslrtnof 4nth street , lots 14 and 15 , block
B , llrlggi Plaiio. G foot wldo.
lv ist fildti of 4ith street , lots 14 and 15 , block
13. HrlggH' Plaro. U feet wldo.
1C.si. sldo ontHh street , tux lot 0 , see 20-15-13 ,
C foot wldo ,
Kast side of 4Sth street , w ! { of uwUofsw
} < of ueoil-l-i,0 : | : feet wide.
East side of 21st. bt. lots U to ID Incluslvc.blook
H , llorhuck' 2d a.ldltloii , 0 feet wl le ,
East , uldo of 21ut strout. loti 7 to 12 Inclusive ,
block li , liorhiicli's 2d addition , 0 foot wido.
West fildo of ld ! ! Btroet , lot bulk 183 , city , 0
foot wldo.
West Nldo 22d street , tax lot 'M , BOO 15-15-13 , 0
feet wldo.
WostHldo2.'dstroot , It33 , 1'ortor'n addition ,
Oft'Mt wldu.
West , side of I8th Btrect. lots 1 to n Inoluslvo ,
blooiifi. Klrkwoo I'a iiddltlon.il foot wldo.
South side of Chariot street , w IOJ It-ct block
0 , Khlnn'n adilltlon. U foot wide.
Kant sldo of UUih stioot , lots 7 and 8 , block
X , Shlnn's 3d adilltlon. U foot wldo ,
South sldo of Charles street , lots 1 to 7 In
clusive , blook 1' , 1'roipect Plueo addition , 0
foot wldo.
North > Vlo of Charles street , loti B to 14 In-
olnslTO , block I ) , Prospect IMuco addition , G
North side of Charles utrooMoU 0 to 10 In
oluslvo , block C , Prospect Plucu addition , 0
North ildo of Chailos Htroot , lott 1'to 13 In-
nltulvo , block S , Pronneet Plucu addition , 0
foot wldo.
North side of Clmrlos utroot , lot * 7 to I''In-
olutive. block It , I/OHB'H addition , H feet wldo.
West sldo lUlh streot. lot * 1 to U In duslvo.
block 5 , Klrkwootl'v addition , C foul wldu.
\
MILLINEKV.
J. Obcrfcldcr & Co.
Importers nnd Jobbers nf
iiillllni-ry , nolluni. Mnll
ordorn pronipl.
VUMSfotilli llth st.
MUSICAL.
A. llospe , Jr.
I'lnnos. organs , artists'
materials , etc.
1MB Doutdns street.
PAPER. OILs.
Carpenter Paper Co. Standard Oil Co.
Carry a full stock of
printing , wrapping ami Itcllm'd and lubricating
wrlllim pnpur , curd pa oils , axle grume , etc.
per , etc.
OVERALLS , S im\TSKTC.
King & Sincad.
Mfrs ofK A B" pnntJ
shirts and orernllii , etc.
014-18 South llth tit.
PRODUCE COMMISSION.
( KKtabllshod 1635. ) Iluttpr , cliocso.CKgs , TCg.
Wholesolu butter nnd vtnblus , frulta , poultry
ffUi. llnyHiindsullsfor nndgnma.
osh , 4ia . llthst.
STOVE REPAIRS.
'ks '
Etovercpnlrs nnd water
nttiiclimcnta lor uny
kind of .stove made.
IM7 Donitlns.
SASH TOYS.
M.A.Disbrow&Co. H. Hardy & Co.
Mnnnfncturcrs of sash , Toff , dolls , albums ,
doors , blinds an-l fnncy goods. Jiouse fur-
mouIdlngH. Ilrnnch of. nlslilnn goods , ohtl-
lice , lain and Iiard sts. ( Iron's carrlngcs.
IWJ Karnam sL
Kast sldo of 20th street , lots 12 to 16 Incluslva ,
Franklin Square , 0 feet wldo.
And bo It further resolved :
That tlio Hoard of 1'ubllc Works bo and
hcrnby Is iiiitbor'zod Mild directed to 0111130 a
copy of this resolution to bo published In the
olllclal paper of thocltv for one week , or ba
served on the owners of Hild : lots nnd unless
such owners sluill within IIvo days after the
publication or service of sinh copy construct
said sidewalks an herein required , that the
Itoard of I'ubllc Works cause tlio snmo to bo
done , the cost of constructing said sidewalks
estate , lot or uirt : of lot In front of and abut
ting such Nldowalks.
I'assed JulySOtli. ISOi
li P. DAVIS.
President Uity CounolL
Attest : JOHN OKOVKS.
( ! lty Clerk.
Approved : GKu. 1' . IIK.MIH ,
Mayor.
NOTICE TO CONSTUUOT SIDEWALKS. 1
To the owners of thu lots , parts of lots and real
I'.sfite described In the nbovn resolution :
You and ouuh of you are hurouy notlllod to
construct wooilon slilewiUks as required by a
resolution of the city council and mayor of
tlio city of Omaha , of which the above U a-
copy.
I1. W , IHRKIIAUSEU ,
Chairman Hoard of 1'ubllo Works.
Omaha , Nob. , August 8th , 18IC. . aHd"t
PERMANENT SIDEWALK RESOLU
TION.
CoiiNCir. CIIAMIIBII. OMAHA , Nob. . July 23.
IMC Ho It resolved by the city council of
the city of Omaha , the mayor concurring :
That pcrninnont Rldowalks bo constriietod
In tin ) city of Omaha us designated bolovr ,
within llvo days nfter the publication of this
resolution , or the personal sorvlno tnoroof , an
by ordinance Is authorized and required ; sucu
ildowulk.M to bo laid to the permanent grndo
as established on the paved Htrouls spoolQud
heroin and to ho constructed of stone , nrtlll-
e.al stone , brick or tiling , according to speci
fications on Illo In the olllcooftho Hoard of
Ptibllo Works , and un'lor ' its suporvlslon , to >
wit : . j
North sldo of St. Mary's iiveniio , It 14 PresI. .
ton an WIIIUniH add. H foot wldo.
ICastKlUoot 23nil Htrsot. Its 2,3 , 0 , 7 Preston
nnd Williams add. U font wldo.
Knst sldo of 22nd street , Its 10 and ntf U
Preston .t WUIInms addfi feel wldo.
West hide of 22nd wtreot. tux ltH see 22-15-13 ,
U fret wldo.
Wont of ii.'ml street , tax ItO soc 22-15-18,0 foot
wldo.
Went sldo of T.'nd xtrout , tax It 10 eo 22-15-13 ,
0 foot wldo.
KastHliloof 20th street , tax It 10 seu 22-15-13 , ; .
C fi'ot wlda *
K'lht sldo of 20th street , tax It IB HOC 23-15-13 ,
Ofeetwldn.
IJist hide of 20th street , tax It 17. B'JO 2Z-15-13 ,
Of eat wldo.
Wostsldu of 20th avenue , Us 1,3,4 Iteon 1'laco
0 foot wldo.
Woatrddo of 23th avenue. Us 7 , 8 , 0,10 Kcoi
Place , 0 feet wide.
Wnstsldoof 2'Jth ' avenue , tioutli 150 foot US
bile7.1. I. ltitdlck'8 ndil , H fxot wide.
HastNhloof2Utliavouuo , ltd bile 4 J. I. Ited-
Ick'M add. 0 feet wide.
North Hide of Vlnton utreot. It 11 blkGH. K.
Hogors add ,
North slilo of Hurt street , Itx 5. 0 , 7 , 8 blk
. .41' ' , city. feet wide.
' Knst sldr of 21th street , Us 32 , XL 31 , Paul-
en's add , H font wide.
Kaht sldo of 24th street , sub It B , 10 , 17 HI
Canltol add. It feiit wldo.
\Vfst sldo of 21th Htreot. Its K. V , O , II , I , J ,
K. Kollom'H 1st add , 0 foot wide.
Hontli H'door Jlasoii Btrool , It 3 blk 231 , city ,
10 fi'ot wldo.
Wostsldu 24th utrcot. It 1 blk 1 Khlim's add ,
Bfeel wlUu ,
North sldo of Oumln ; street , Its It , 15 , IS , blU
1 , Armstrong's 1st add , 10 foot wldo
And , bo It further resolved :
That the llo.itdof Publlo Works be. and li
liuroby uuihorlr.ed and dlreutnii to onuio a
copy of thin resolution to bu published In thn
olllolal junior of the oily for ono wuuk. or bu
served on the owners of said lots , and thatun-
ItHi such owners shall within llvo day * nftor
the publication or sorvlco of Much ropy con-
stnietHalil ilclownlku in lioroln reijulrod , that
the Hoiird of Publlo Works OHIISO the u-uuo to
bo done , t ho cost of constructing said Hide-
wiilks respectively to b umnsiod afnlnat tint
roul ixt'ito , lotor pirt of lot In front of ami
abuttingHiirliHhlowalks. .
Pasne'i July iCth , Ib'Ji
Atioit : K. P. DAVIK ,
JOHN ( iiinvEl , I'rualJont of the Council.
Olty Olork.
Olork.Apjiroved
Apjiroved ; Quo , P , llr.uis ,
Mayor ,
NOTICK TO CONSTIIUCT BIIK > VAIKH.
To the owner * of the lots , parts of loin mid
real estate uoscrlhod In iho ubovu renolutlon :
Vou and oaeh of you nro liuroby notlllod 10
coiutrucl porinanent sldowalks IIH roiiu'red
bv a resolution of ilio oily eounell ami mayor
of thu olty of Omalia , of which the above u a
COpy. P. W. HlltKIIAUtlKK.
Chairman Hoard of Puullo WorUi.
OUAIU , Nub. , AUtfUkl bib , Ib/i attJ7t