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THE OMAHA DAILY , JULY 10 , 1889 ,
THE SPECULATIVE MARKER.
Wheat Remains Firm With Llttlo
Ohango Prom Yesterday.
9
PROVISIONS A TRIFLE STRONGER.
A Blight Increase In tlio lilvu Stock
Market Over Ijnst Week A
Drop In Illg Mtccfj and
CHICAGO PUODUCI3 MAURETS.
CuiCAoo , July 18. [ Special Telegram to
TUB UF.E. ] The whout mnrUot luul n firm
oiKjnlnir , with December Belling at 0 } < c , ana
n few minutes later nt 80J < o. A Kood many
local bulls , sntlsllcJ with moderate profits ,
sold out tliolr wheat , and tills took the bull
edge ofl the market. It wns a "realizing
market , however , and values failed to de
velop substantial firmness at any tuna after
the drift wua established early In the day.
December Bold down to Tllc , recovered to
We , broke to [email protected] u , ralllpil to 70Ke ,
nnd utter hanging around 7U @ 70J < c for nn
hour or inoro , took another dip to 7'Ji c.
This brought the session down to n closo.
The final quotation wns TUJ c. Only liKht
trade passed in July nnd September. July
opened at Sic for a couple of
hours nnd rnnpcil at SOJfQSlKc , then sold
down to 80 > o , nnd closed nt SOJfc. Septem
ber opened ut [email protected] ranged from TSJfo
to TTJtfu , and closed at 77 0. Business In
the pit wan slow , except early In the session
nnd right at the close , Thnro was no dis
tinctive feature to trading beyond ttio fact
that quick-turning professionals utiva the
market n u 'r tinge by their early realizing ,
nnd that wuak-hcnrtcd or slower moving
lonps poddlcd out their property the rest of
the dny. It did not look us though there
was heavy or concerted short selling. Out-
Bldo markets wcro pregnant with interesting
features. Thov nrc In a waiting state. Ko-
cclpts continue to bo diBiippolntiug , and , ns
showery weather Is still the rule , they
ore likely to bo disappointing for some
time to come. Chicago prices arc
attracting considerable wheat , however.
Dullness nnd inactivity wuro the most prom
inent , characteristics of to-day's doings in the
corn pit. A firm undertone , however , an ac
companiment of sluggish trade in futures ,
and plenty of bu.vois for cush oflforlngs wuru
reasons for ilrmnuss in do for rod deliveries.
Foreign markets wuro encouraging to hold
ers aid : clearances from the seaboard wuro
to a fair extent. The movement from .store
hero was heavy , mid another decrease in the
visible supply ahull apparently hnvu to be
recorded for tlio current week. UucclptA do
not indicate any very grout soiling pressure
from the interior , and with the present low
stocks of contract grndo in store hero , the
bears are conservative in their offerings.
The chief offerings made hero to-day
were for 509,000 bushels. Prices underwent
very li.ttlo change slncn the corresponding
time yesterday , July closing ut H."i > ft'083J e ,
DKiiinst .T5J o .vostordny , and September
Ki } c , compared with 'J5J3Co { ; at the close on
Wednesday.
Oats opened fairly active on the regular
market and n trifle llrmur. though buying
orders were soon illlcd , and an easier tone
prevailed. Trading was chiefly loc.il and
Harrow , with September In favor around
&ic , while May sold at a split cither side of
STiJ c. The receipts wcro moderate , with
forty out of 151) ) cars passing into contract
grades , while local slocks wcro reported ns
reduced only fi.SOO bushels during yesterday.
July sold at - . ! > ' „ c.
The provision trade showed a little stronger
front. At tlio opening and during the early
morniiu' the tendency favored the bear side ,
but later there was nn upward turn In short-
ribs , induced by the buying of a prominent
packer. In tlio entire tho. market the tuna
unproved and prices as a rule moved up to a
slightly higher level. The shorts wore
throughout the principal buyers. Outside
interest in the murket failed to show any in
crease , and the day's speculations , as usual ,
wcro muinly on local account. Dascd on yes
terday's ' Ilnul quotations , the closings for
pork exhibited an advance of lOe , for lard of
S ! ) < jC , and for short ribs of DC. Tlio bcstprico
quoted was realized at the adjournment
for cash delivery. A few sales
of moats were reported on private terms ,
mid 250 tierces of lard at ? fi. " . i. Cash buyers
nppoarcd to be supplied with orders nnd
worn iiuito sparing even in their inquiries.
Spcouhitivo trading was again chiully con
fined to September which sold nt S11.07'f ( < J
UMX for Pork , fcUOQILSB for lard , and
S5,5'iXi.5.i2W ( ( for short ril-s. The closing ( or
the mime month stood at the outside figures.
August was quiet nt 7J o under September
for pork and short ribs , and lOo under for
Inrd. Next winter deliveries wuro u little
alow.
CHICAGO LilVU SfOOIl M AKIi 131' .
CHICAGO , July 18. [ Special Telegram to
TUB UBB. | CATTJ.H. Estimated receipts ,
1,0)0 ! ! ( ) ; last Thursday , ltl)4 : ! ; week so far ,
I r > Vi i same tluio last week , 494l. ! Business
wa fairly active ana prices steady , us com
pared to the 15 to 2 > cent decline noted yes
terday. The drop is largely on big steers ,
half fat. mediums and such common natives
ns have to compete withTexuns. Nice , suita
ble export steers urn not more than lOc lower
than last week , and to-day such sold right
strong , if not n ahndo higher. Hig cattle
wuro neglected nnd toft until the last hour ,
The run of Texans was about ! ) ,0)0 ( ) , n big
falling off from yesterday , when over 8,000
were marketed , Prices wore no lower than
yesterday , yet urn 40 to 50 cents lower
than two wcoks ago , tlio dcclmo in the
tiiuuntimo having been steady from day to
day. Native butchers' stock , especially
cows , was again quoted lower , the decline
for the wools , so far , equaling 25 to ! JO
cents , largely owing to the big run and low
prices of Toxuns , Nothing now In stockcr
nnd fccdur trado. Choice to extra hooves , f4
( i34.25 ; medium to good steers , 1,050 to l.DOC
lb , ( .60(3)1.10 ( ) ; 1,2(10 ( to l.IttO Ibs , $ y.W ( ) @ . 'JO
(150 to l.'OO Ibs , $ : i.u ! ! < < ? ! ! , ( )5 ; stocliurs am
feeders , f'J.lOQIl.OO ; cows , mixed , $1.50(33.00 (
bulk , fJ.105t'J.40 ; slop-fud 8tcors. l.tir > < $ I.UO
Texas stuurs , fJ.a5G43.15j cows , [email protected] : > 0.
Hoas ICitlimatcd receipts 14,000 , last
Thursday 18ou. : The week so fur , U8,1'J3 ,
lame tlmo last wcuk , 1VS,531. Bulk of sales
ihow no cssDiitial chnngo as compared will )
yesterday , and about the only change was
that there wore loss hogs left than ycstur
day , and u slight strengthening nt the close ,
Rough nnd common p.iokors sold at t4.0UnJ (
( .15 , fair to good heavy , $ I.'JO(03 ( ! . " > , and $ t.il :
[ < ? -.y ) : > fer light mixuil. Assorted light of 10i
to 100 pound averages sold utl.50gj,75. (
FINANCIAL.
NEW YOIIK. July 18. [ Special Telegran
to TUP. HKK.I STOCKS Ttio murkot to-da ,
opened dull and weak at losses from las
night extending to > In the regular list
AtutiUon was the only really active sloe'
nnd with Missouri Pacillo and the two trusts
lead and sugar , gavu the market what little
character It possessed. Weakness prevailed
throughout the list , but sugar took a lead
end after opening up X at 110 dropped IJf
nnd Northern Pucltlo , preferred , 1 to 1)1.
Later lu the hour , Now England lost -point
to 4'j ! There wuro no other Important move-
inonU. Some strength manifested before U
o'clock caused a point regain of .the early
osscu during the hour to 13 o'clock , The
weauuoss of uurly dealings appeared and the
lowest prices wore touched In most cases.
Atchlson was tlio only feature of Importance
mid after recovering to US > g it dropped to
7 } { . Trusts were dull. A break In Trans
continental Just before noon to 23lf was the
only now feature. Thu surprise of the iluy
'In clocks was the brink buying during the
last hour , which caused prices throughout
the Htt to regain about the previous losses of
the day , exUmdlag In many cases to two
' points. Talk about the Turlington assum
ing full control of the Uurlmgton & North
ern appeared to bo bulluvud and hud ubulllst
t'flcct. Kcports on other western rontls nnd
Trunk lines were more favorable. Trans
continental regained from Zatf to WK and
still closed li.'i lower , Northern Puuitio ( pre
ferred rejjalnlug I rota C2J to 054 ud cloied
ljf lower. Granger stock * nnd trusts closed
about steady.
The following wcro the clo lnt ? quotation * :
U. 8.4s regular. IM'iiNorthern 1'npluo. 27V
U. 8.4s coupons . . .I23 < 4 do preferred . . . ' Kin
U. 8.4H reKUlnr . .lOOH 0. * M. W IttJ
U. S. 4i ! coiipoas.lCfli ? preferred
1'aclrlt On of' > 118 NV.U ntral
Central I'ftcltlc .H'4 ' I'.D.&K 21
Chicago & Alton. . . . 125 Hocklslnml 01
Chicago , llurllngtou 0. . M.ASt.1' OS ?
100 ilopreferr8il. . . . 10rt
' ' " " " "
iliinofsCehtrM''ilji.ilii tioprflferrcil [ . . . . I'- '
! . , . * W. , . o'ittiiuon ' I'Acluc . fiS
Knnsa Ac Texas. . . . liW..8t. ( ) ( , J . .t r . If ,
I ikoSliora . luiul clbpraforred .
Michigan Central. . 8-1'i ' Western Union. . . . <
> llnBourir olilo. . . . Cii\ \
MONKV Kasy nt V ! ) @ 3 per cant.
1'niMS MuuavxriLa l'Araii-l > ! ? 3 , par
cent.
Srnnuxo ExcnNop.Dull but stoatly ;
lxty-dny bills , ft.SO ; domnnil , ft.brjf.
I'UOOUUH .U.V1CKKTS.
CIIICAOO. July 13. Itthp. in. oloso Who.it
; Septcmbor , 77 > cj Uccembur ' ,
< " ' 4 ' , .
Corn Cash , 33V < a35 > fo ; August , 35 * < @
8.1Jjfc ; September , S. ' > ; < c.
Oats Cash. 22 c ; August , 22o ; Sop-
toniber , [email protected] c.
1'ork Nominal ; cash. $11.12' ; Auirust ,
til. 15 ; September , ( ll.mW.
Lard Cash , fl.23 | Wtl ; August. fO.23 ;
September. fO.85.
Hlbs Cnsh , Kvi7j { ; August , 53.65 ; Sep-
cmber , K.WX.
Kyo Nominal ; 42l o.
Hnrlcy Nominal ; No. 2 , September , C4c.
Flax Seed No , 1 , tl.fll , nominal.
Prime Timothy Si.4U , tiomiuul.
WMsliy-fl.US.
Flour Dull and unchanged.
Dry Knit Meats Shoulders , $5.2 , ' @ " > .3"K ;
hort clear , $ ( [email protected] ! } ; short ribs , steady ,
ash , ? , r.4f > ( fi5.50 ; July , { 5.4r > @ 5.47 > ; August ,
3.55 ; Septoiubcr , ? 5.lW-j. )
Uutlor Dull ; crcumcry , 10J815o ; dairy ,
Choose Quiet ; full cream cheddars and
ats and Younc Americas , t @ ic.
Et'Rs Dull nnd weak ; fresh , lU Cllc.
llitlcs Weaitcr , nnd dnmand mod-
rnto ; heavy craeti suited , 5c ;
ight ( jrcon salted , [email protected]'.4'o ' ; snlteJ bull , 4J c ;
reen salted calf , fiXic : Ury Mint To ;
ry Halted hides , 7o ; dry calf , TQSc ; dca-
ons , - . " > c oach.
Tallow Easy , demand fair ; No. 1 , solid
acked , 3J u ; No. ii , caku , 4) ) c.
Heculuts. Shipments.
'lour ' 9.0JO 11,000
Vheat 51,000 CJ.OOO
: orn 235,003 OOS.IXIO
Oats 115,000 80.0JO
Ijlvcrpoiil , July IS. Wheat Demand
per ; holders offer moderately ; California ,
'o. 1 , 7s [email protected] | 2Jsd ( 1'cr ' cuntnl.
Corn L'inii ; doinunU fair ; now mixed ,
s per cental.
Hi. Louis. July 18. Wheat Lower ;
ash , 74J c ; AURttst , 74c ; September , 75' '
Corn Steady ; cash , H' c ; August , 'Ai ,
acptcmber , 3lc. :
Oats-Dull ; cash , nominal ; August ,
ild ; May , 2i ! fe bid.
Pork-Lower ; $11,50.
Lard Nominal at fG.OO.
Whisky Steady ; ? t.0i.
IJuttcr Unchanged.quiet ; ; creamery , 18 ®
Cc ; dairy , '[email protected]
Clncliiiiiit , July 18. Wheat Lower ;
o. 2 red. noWj 7jc. (
Corn Weak uud lower ; No. 2 mixed , 30) ) < j < 5 < 5
7c.
7c.Oats
Oats Easy ; No. 2 mixed , 25rg2S ( $ c.
Whisky Active und llrm at Sl.O. .
KuiiHiiH Chy. July IS. Wheat Ilichcr ;
lo. 2 red , COc asked ; July , Otic ; August ,
5 } < fc bid ; No. 8 red , August , 57Jio bid ;
\ugust RS cj No. " soft , cash , 7Uc askL'd ;
\UL'tist ( J8e.
Corn Quiet ; No. 2 cash , 27Kcbid ; No. 3
vhito , caali , : ! 0c old.
Oats No. a cash , ISJfc bid ; July ,
August , njijfc ; Suptembor , 17 c bid.
Now York. July IS. Wheat Receipts
i,200 bushels ; exports , 14,000 Imsliels ; spot
lull and lower ; No.Qred , STJi' bSJfo In store ,
3Jfo afloat , [email protected] i. o. b. ; No. 1
vhite , ! liic ; ungraded red , SlJiffSOJ c. Op-
ions ciloscd weak , No. 2 red , August clos-
ntr at 8. " > Mc.
Corn Uecolpts , 131.400 bushels ; exports ,
75,900 bushels ; spotless active and weaker ;
Vo. 2 , 4ic ! in elevator , 4HX ( H2Xo
illo.it ; No. 8 whlto19 500 ; No. 8 nominal ;
ungraded mixed , 4-u > 41u ; steamer
nixed nominal ; outlons moderately active ;
( VuRUBt closing at 4He. ! ) ; ?
Oats Keceipts , 12,000 bushels ; -exports ,
.35,000 ; spot moderately active and weaker ;
jptions more active and lower , August clos-
tig at 27 c ; spot , No. 2 white. 33c ; ' mixed
vestorn , 'JolgU'Je ; white western , [email protected] : ;
No. 2 , Chicago , 23 > .fa.
Cottee Options opened barely steady nt
[email protected] U points down , closing steady at 25 . ' ! 0
lofnts down ; sales 77,750 bags ; July
S14.55 ; August , * 14.-15 ( < B14.GO ; Svptem-
jnr , $14.55(914.05 ( ; spot Uio unsettled ; fair
cargoes , J17.75.
Putroloum Quiet nntl steady ; United
closed ut ! )5c. )
EUKS Quiet and easy ; western , 14B14)aC. ( )
Porlt Quiot.
Lard Firmer and moderately active ; west
ern steam , $ [email protected] ( )
IJuttor Kusv , except for extra ; western
dairy , 13o ; ureainery , l'-l(5J ( ( c.
Cheese Lower and fairly active ; west
ern , [email protected] c.
Mimicupolii , July IS. Wheat Sample
wheat weak ; receipts , IbO cars ; shio-
incuts , noiio. Closing : No. 1 hard ,
Julv , Sl.OIX ; on track , S1.0i : ; No. I north
ernJuly , 9."i > { e ; August.SiJo ; September , 80o ;
December , Sle ; on truck , 95c ; No. 2 north-
urn , July , 9iJ ) c ; on track , 83c.
.Mllwnuki-c. July IS. Wheat Easier ;
cash , " 9i/e ; Ropteinber , 77c.
Corn Firm ; No. 8 , 30c.
Oats Steady ; No. 2 white , [email protected] > fo.
Ityo Easy No. 1 , 42Jfc , sellers.
IJnrlo.y Firm ; No. ii September , OOc.
Provisions Easy.
iavi :
Cliloauo , July IS. The Drovers' Journal
reports as follows :
cattle , [email protected]
Ho.9 Hecolpts. 14,003 , ; market stonily :
mixed. f 4.15 ® 1.40 ; heavy , $ [email protected] :
light , M.25 ( < it.05.
Sheep Kecoipts , 0,030 ; market steady
natives , Ri.504.75 ( ; wcbtcrns , $ ; ! .50(34.10 (
Texaus , W.25GJJ.15.
UIIIIHIIS City , July 18. Cattle Kecoipts
8,700 ; shipments , ; common to choicf
corn-fed stt'crs , $2.80ijJ4.CO ; stockers uni :
feeders , * [email protected] : ; cows , steady to Do lower
$1 G1KJM.70.
Ilogs Koccipts , 4,900 ; sliipmonts , 2,500 ;
closing wo.ik ; tl,17 > ; heavy and mined
Nntloiiiil Stock Vanl . Ki : t Ht.
IjoulH , July 18. Cattle Receipts , l.SOJ ;
shipments , 2,209 ; market slow ; choice
heavy niitlvo stett > , Rl,8054.2 } < ) ; fair to good ,
do , & [email protected] : ; stackers and feeders , S'[email protected]
a.UO ; rarnfiirs , corn-fed , f2.SO(33.50 ( : grass-fed
8'4.tk3.tK ) ) .
Hogs Receipts , 2,000 ; shipments , 1,400.
market slow : choice heavy und butchers'
selections , $4.20(3 ( 1.Ilo ; p.ieking , $ I.'[email protected]
4.85 ; light grades , [email protected] ;
Hloux City , July IS Cattle Receipts ,
350 ; market steady ; fat sU-ors , 1.0003.80 ;
f coder * , * [email protected]'J.l > Oj veal calves. | . ' . (10j3.f ( ( ; > 0.
Hogs Receipts , 1,000 ; market lower : light
and mixed , $ J.U7g4.0 ! ( * ) $ ; heavy , II.OOO
4.10.
till 1 1 1(1.
Thursday , July 18 ,
There wns a bettor movement or. the beef
cattle market to-day and trailing was fairly
brink. Thu inquiry for fat handy natives
was good und values ruled llrm. There
were a good many westerns offered to-day ,
and several lota sold as feeders. Thin
grassy caitlu are- plentiful and hard to sell.
Tlio hog market opened about steady , with
the close of yesterday dropped about &c , nnd
then Btrongttioncd toward tha close. The
receipts were light , about 2,300 head on ealo.
Prices are now us low as they havobcoa thU
season.
Hhcup.
There were two loads of native shorn
sheep olfcrod , and they sold early to a local
houso. The market is quotubly unchanged.
Uuculpu.
Cattle . 1,450
Hojis. . . . , . . , . i < HW
Sheep . 214
I'rlooi
The followiugU utiblo of prloos paid la
this market for the gwJoj of stock men
tioned !
Prime steers , 1300 to 1CM Ibs.$3.05 © 3.80
Good steers , 1250 to 1450 Ibs. . . 8.00 ff3.70
Good steers , 10)3 to 1303 Ibs , . 3.25 ( fiiS.&O
Common dinner's 1.35 , ( [ $2.00
Ordinary to fair cows 1.73 ( # 2.25
Fair p good cows 2.30 M2.40
Good to eholco cow * 2.43 ' * "
Choice to fancy coivaheifers. . 2.70 ( S3. 00
Fair to good bulls 1.75
Good to choice bulls Q.2.1
Light stackers nnd feeders. , . . 2.70 ( -b'J.OO -
Good feeders , 050 to 1100 Ibs. . 3.W W3.00
Fair to choice lliht hoes 4.iC > 4.10
Fair to choice heavy hogs 4.0J M4.10
Fair to choice mixed hogs 4.00 @ 4.05
Stiorn shcop. . . . 8.03 M4.00
KoitrcsHtitnttvo Sales.
STKIMIS.
VO. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
. 994 3 10 17 1299 (3 GO
7. . . . . . .1131 8 15 20 10S1 3 CO
1. 12SO 315 21 1271 8 05
II 1007 320 2 ! ) 1317 3 05
it 80 7 1230 3 5
.1070 H 33 05 1311 8 05
.1131 835 21 l'J50 8 05
.1CU 835 104 1349 3 70
.ioro 3 37K 10 1350 3 70
.ll'B 340 IS 1395 8 70
.1197 340 71 1324 3 70
.1031 340 2J 1472 3 77
.1273 850 13 1503 3 SO
305 47 1504 3 80
cows.
! 0 894 1 OJ 4 11S2 1 00
7 912 1 liO 18 003 2 CO
10 , S94 1 00 23 9S7 2 00
:3 : 1K 5 1 05 5 SOO 2 00
:3n
n 740 1 05 2 ! ) 10311 8 05
3 (123 1 75 39 1003 2 05
9 , 1031 1 85 13 757 2 25
3 9Ki : 1 85 12 1001 2 40
1 1024 1 8T 4 12:50 : 2 60
1 S0 1 87. ' * 20 1112 2 GO
4 1180 1 93 2 heifer * . 9:10 : 2 05
3 lou : 1 90 4 heifers.1020 3 ( X )
1 700 1 90
rnunnits.
22 101S 215 1 1100 290
2 875 2 . ' .0 3 11IKJ 290
o looo 200 : ioso a 10
1 1100 200
WBSTEKK rUBDCIIS.
U53 1110 $3 CO
IIUI.L9.
1 1030 200 1 2010 IS CO
CALVliS.
1 ICO 2 40
1. . . . .1730 300
STAGS.
3 . . . .1400 8 00
suunr.
Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
J14. . . . . b9 3 C2J
11003.
No. Av. Shfc , Pr. No. Av. Shk. Pr.
50. . . .280 103 S3 UJJf G'J. . . .203 SO $4 HO
. .274 200 3 97 77 . . .2.VJ 240 4 03) ) <
. .253 120 8 97 } 79. . . .2BO 200 4 03i }
. .254 120 3 97K 05. . . .213 80 4 ( > <
ir. . .280 lOi ) 3 97K or. . . 2'W 120 4
; 0. . . .203 200 8 97'i 74. . . .SSI 80 4 02
> 5 , . . .230 SO 00 OS. . . .233 40 4
47. . . .288 120 00 71. . . 210 12J 4
01. . . .813 2JO OJ 01. . . .250 SO 4 05
03. . . .240 00 78. . . .238 240 4 05
03. . . .201 80 00 71. . . .223 bO 4 03
' I. . . .233 2-10 03 59. . , . 4 05
05. . . .IHK ) SO 00 07. . . .271 SO 4 03
74. . . .203 100 00 70. . , .224 SO 4 05
K. . . 80 : ! 00 78. . 4 C'5 '
50. . . 272 40 00 CJ. . 4 05
53 . . .270 120 00 57. . 4 05
02. . . .232 120 00 CO. . 4 07K
Live Stock Motca.
Very light receipt of hogs.
A disastrous week on both cattle and hogs.
Charles Lister , of Ames , had cattle here
to-day.
W. H. Diller , of Dlller , was in with a car
of hogs.
55. Pollard came In from Bromfleld with a
car of hog ? .
E. E. Mattocks , of Beatrice , was at the
yards to-day.
A. J. Adams came In from Uradshaw wit i
a car of hogs.
A. C. Smith , of Fullerton , marketed hogs
this morning.
Pariiielo & It , of Mauley , marketed cattle
this morning.
Frank Alldritt , of Friend , was hero with a
shipment of hogs.
Shophnrd & Uadger , of Verdigro , mar
keted hogs to-day.
G. W. Price , of Aurora , was hero with a
shipment of cattlo.
T. H. Christy , of Lawrence , was here to
day with two cars of sheep.
R. W. Morton was hero from Hallorau
with four cars of fat cattlo.
V. S. Weaver , of Denver , was hero with
several loads of range cattle.
Roonoy & Co. , well-known dealers at
Bruyton , marketed hogs to-day.
J. A. Henchelwood , of Fullerton , was at
the yards with two cars of cattle.
Gosling & Brown , of Denver , had llftecn
cars ol green cattle here to-day.
J. 1C. Baker , a prominent shipper from
Gibbon , was hero with two cars of cattle.
Henry Schlnstoek , an o very-day dealer at
West Point , was hero with a car of cattle.
T. A. Acer , n well-known dealer at North
Bend , was here looking after two cars of
cattlo.
Thco. Wideman , nn extensive dealer at
Aurora , was hero this morning with live cars
of cattle.
The White river Land and Cattle company ,
ot New Castle , Colo. , luul eight loads of
westerns hero to-day.
J. W. Liuscli , of Schuyier , was In yestcr
day with n car of cattle and found time to
make the Drovers Journal a call.
M. Halloran , nn extensive dealer at Hallo-
ran , was hero with u cir of cattlo. Mr. Hal-
loran has been In the state twelve years nnd
says that this has been the worst year m the
cattle business that he has known. Ho says
that the fat cattle are pretty well run out of
his section , and that every one is glad to got
rid of their stock.
OMAHA WHOIiKfrAiiia MAUKETS.
PrncJiice , Fruits , Klo.
Burrsn Tn'ult dairy. [email protected] ; packers'
stock , 8 > @ 9o. Creamery Prints , fancy ,
[email protected] ( > o ; cnoico , 13 14c ; solid packed , [email protected]
18uEaos
Eaos Strictly fresh , lie.
Cur.i'.SR Young Americas ) , full cream , He ;
factory twins , 9J < u ; off grades , f7e ( ; Van
llosscm Kdom , ( ll.no per cloz ; sap sago , 19c ;
brick , [email protected] ; llmhurger , [email protected] ; domestic
Swiss , 14u ; cliccso safes , bronze medal , No.
8 , * J 85.
Poui/ruv Llvo hens , per dozen , [email protected]
4.00 ; mixed. [email protected] ; spring , 8J.OO&43.M ) ;
turkeys , [email protected] per Ib ; ducks , [email protected] ;
geese , $ y.OOiS.00 ( { ; llvo olgeons. ? 1.50.
OIIAXOES San Gabriel , [email protected] ( : fancy
Duurto Mediterranean sweets , [email protected] ;
Rodl , $13.00.
riSACiir.s Per bu. [email protected]
Ai'i'us : Per bbl. [email protected]
CiiRitiiiKS * Per 24 quart casa , { 3,00 ; per 1 (
quart drawer , $1.00.
UL-ACKiiiiiiitiES Per 24 quart case , | [email protected]
2.50.
2.50.BLACK
BLACK IUBPJIBIIIIIISS Per 34 quart case ,
t'J-75.
KKI lUsi'iiKiiuiES Per 34 pint case , J1.75
@ 2.00.
GOOSEUEIIKIKS Per bu stand , $3.00 ;
quart case , (2.00 ,
CuiiiiANTiJ Per case 34 quarts , J1.75Q2.00
Pl.UMS-i.OO(32.25. (
HtiCKLniiKititics 1.75.
Bi.UEliKltitliis Per bu. [email protected]
WATF.iiMpi.05J8 ? 10.0023.00 nor 100.
CANTELOUTS Per doz , f 1 [email protected]
PINK AITLKB Per doz , $3.00 3.50.
BANANAS According to size , per bunch
$2.00 < I3.UO.
COCOANUTS Per 100. $5.00.
FIIUSII Fun Whlto nrh per It ) . [email protected]
trout , per lb , PC ; whlto perch , per Ib , 7c ; buf
falo , per lb , 7o ; pickerel , per lb , Oo ; black
bass , per lb. Ho.
BEANS Choice hand picked navy , fl.75
choice hand picked medium , $1.05 ; choice
hand picked country , $1.00 ; clean country
? 1.20Q.25. |
EAIILV VEOETAULBS Potatoes , [email protected] per
bu ; onions , California , per lb , 2c ; Bouthern
par bbl , $2.00 : cabbage , per crate , $1.25 ; tur
nips , per bu box , [email protected] ; beets , per box
[email protected]$1.00 ; wax bonus , per bu box , $1.50
string beans , per bu oox , tl.25 ; green peas
per bu box , $1.00t tomatoes , uer % bu box
[email protected] ; , $1.50 ; egg plant , $1.25
bquash , 25o per doz ; cucumbers , 25c ; sou |
bunches , SOu ; lettuce , 25o ; radishes , 20o
green onions , 15r < ; 20a ; now carrots , OOcj pli
plant , pur lb , 3 < %
Al'l'I.K BUTTElt SO.
CIDEII BbU , $5.00 ; hf bbls.M.OO.
MAI-LI : SUOAU 12)[email protected] per 1U.
POTATOES Old , cholcU jijtckcil , per bu , 15
( Tt'JOc. 'J , < "
VEAL Choice , mcdlum's'lPi ' , 60o ; choice
ieav.Vi [email protected] ; spring Inijl&O.OiKiJ 130.00 per
. . , '
IloxEr 14J1"0 ( i > cr Ib'rdf'li ' '
PitBSEHVKS 9 > 4' ( ; 10c pbj1 lb.
Jm.Ltfcs 3 } < ( ? 4o per 11 , '
BKKSWAX No. 1 , '
HAY $2 60IR5.50.
CHOI- Fen -f'J.OO ® 10.0 ( > . > 1'
B A.v- -9.)0 ) ( < j9.23. , ij ;
TALLOW-NO. 1 , 3fo } ( No..2 ,
GitEAsn A , 3 [email protected]'c yellow , 2) ) 0 ; dark ,
WOOP. Fine , , average , ' '[email protected] ' ; choice , 18
Q19c. n P.
MEDIUM Avcrnirn. 21g83ij ( ; choice , 23 < 324c ;
coarse , 15&lSc. _ tl.
tlrocorlts.
Pnovisioss Hams , No. 1 , 10-lb nvcrago ,
lc : 20 to 23 Ibs , 10 tfc ; 13 to 14 Ibs , 12o ; No.
3 , tike ; specials , r.'Mfc ' ; shoulders , 7o ; break
fast bacon , No. 1 , 10 > Vc ; spcclnlB , 1-Ko ; plc-
HC , 7 c ; ham sausngc , 10)40 ) ; dried beef
iam , Vc ; beef tongues , $0 per dozen ; dry
Balt'tueats , GJ OXc per lb.
SAUSAOE liologna , 4QIJ < c ; FrnnkfurU
c ; tongue , 9c ; suuimor , 18c ; head cheese ,
iWc.POHK
POHK Family , backs , per bbl , $13.00 ; X-
bbls , $0.75 ; mess , bbls , $12.50 ; K-bbls , $0.25 ;
) ! R pork , bbls , $17.50 ; K-bbls , $9.00.
BEEF TONOUKS Salt , ubls , $20.00.
OiLS-Kcroscne-PW , 9Kc ; W W , 12o ;
loadllght , 13o ; salad oil , $2.15(39.00 ( per
dozen.
PicKLna Medium , per bbl , $4.50 ; small ,
sri.30 ; gherkins , $0,50 ; C & U chow-chow , qts ,
< 5.9J ; pts , $3.40.
WitAPi'iNO PAPEII Straw , per lb , 1J { @
2 > s'c ; rug. 2Kc ; nuiinlla , B , Oo ; No. 1 , 9c ,
SALT Dairy , 140 2-lb pkgs , $2.00 ; do , 100
T-lb pkgs , $2.50 ; do , 00 5-1 b pkgs , $2.40 : do , 28
10-lb pkRS , $2.30 ; Ashton , bu bags , 50-lb , 83c ;
lo , 4 bu bags , 224-lb$3.40 ; M S A , 50-lb bags ,
55c ; No. 1 line , per bbl , $1.25.
CvNnr 0 > [email protected] per lb.
CIIOCOLATI : AND COCOA [email protected] per lb ;
German chlckory , red , Sc.
GINGGU Jamaica , } { pints. $3.00 per doz.
FAittNAOnous Goons Barley , 2J @ : ifo } ;
'arlnn , 4J c ; peas , 3a ; oatmeal , 2J/5c ; mac-
nronl , llo ; vermicelli , lie ; rlco , 4Jf ( s7c ;
sage und tuplocn , O OiVc.
FISH Salt Dried codllsh , 0 @ 9e ;
icalcd herring , 2Sc per box ; hoi hcrrlng.dom ,
jOu ; Hutnhurg spiced herring , $1.00 ; hoi. her-
rliiL' , 70oS1.10 ( ; mackerel , half bhls , No. 1 ,
$15.51 ; largo family , $18.50 per 100 Ibs ; whitu-
llsh , No. 1. Sii.50 ; family , * 3.03 ; trout , $5.00 ;
salmon , $8.50 ; anchovies , 8c.
Lvi : # 1.75(3)1.50. ( )
NUTS Almonds , [email protected] ; Brazils , 9o ; 'fil
berts , 12c ; pecans , I''c ; walnuts , 12c ; pea
nut cocks , So : roasted , lOc.
HAOS Amorlcun A. seamless , 17o ; ' Union
Square paper , discount 35 per cent.
OoFi'BDS Green Fancy old golden Klo ,
22u ; fancy old peuberr.v , 22o ; Rio , ctioico to
fniicy. 21e ; Rio , prime , "JOc ; Rio , good , 17u ;
Mocha , 29c ; Java , fancy Maudchllng , 29c ;
Java , eood interior , 2-lc.
Corrnns Hoasted Arbucklo's Arlosa ,
2Jfc : : ! ; AIcLanghlln's XXXX , 23 > fc : Gorman ,
fo ; Dil worth. 'J2Uc ; Alaroma , 22) c.
KAI.SOHA lT < C'2 , ! < c perlb.
STAiti'lt [email protected] per lb.
STOVK Poi.i.Mit $ J.OO5.S7 per gross.
Si'iCEs Whole , per lb Allspice , 12c ; Cas
sia China , lOu ; cloves. Zanzibar , 20c ; nut
megs , No. 1. 75i' ; pepper , 19c.
StioAiis Granulated , IIJ c : confectioners'
A , 9 0 ; standard extra 'C. 8J ® 9JTe ( ; yellow
C , 8 0 ; powdered , l { ( $ ; cut loaf , 10
@llc ; cubes , 10 @ 10c ; cream extra C ,
S
Ti.ib : Gunpowder , SuridGOc ; Japan ,
40c ; Y. Hyson , 2Si.t50oOolong , [email protected]
VIXIIOAK Per gal. Ktff20c. (
CAXXII : > FISH BrookoU-on. , 3 lb , $2.40 ;
salmon trout , 2 lb. ? 2.85 ; clams , 1 lb , $1.25 ;
elams , 2 lb , $2.00 ; clam chowder , 3 lb , $3.25 ;
dovil'ed crabs , 1 lb , $225 : devilled crabs , 2
lb , J3.50 ; codrtah balls. 'I lb , $1.75 : caviar , K
lb , $2.25 ; eels , 1 lb , 53.25 ; lobsters , I lb , $2.00 ;
lobsters , 1 lb , $1.0' ' ) ; lobsters , deviled , yt Ib ,
S'i.25 ; uitickcrol , 1 lb , $ I.lli ) ; mackerel , mus-
turd sauce , S lb. $2.90 ; mackerel , tomato
sauce. 8 lb , S2.90 ; oyatbrs ; 1 lb. S5e ; oysters.
2 lb. $1.50 ; salmon , C. U. llb , SvJ.lO ; salmon ,
C. K , 21b , $3.10 ; salmon , Alaska , 1 Ib , $1.85 ;
salmon , Alaska , 2 lb , $2.90 ; shrimps , 1 lb ,
$2.05.
Dry Goods.
BATTS Standard , So ; Gem , lOo ; Beauty ,
2 ! c ; Boonc , 14c ; U , cased , $0.50.
ULASKnTS White , $ [email protected] ; colored ,
Sl.Hr ) < 28.00.
Slater , 5c ; Woods , 5c ; Stand
ard , 5o ; Peacock , 5c.
CAIII-ET WAHIBibb white , ISJ-fc ; colored ,
CoMroiiTniis $ [email protected]
COKSUT JEAXS Boston , 7J/c ; Androscog-
gin , 7J c ; Kcarsarge. 7J c ; Hockport , GjJ o ;
Conestoira , ( l c.
CoTioV Fi.AXXni.s 10 per cent trade dls.
LL , unbleached , SMc : CC. 03io ; SS , % GEE \
EE , SJfc ; OO , 9Xc ; XX , lOKc ; OO. llj c ;
NN , 12 > fc ; AA , 14u ; DD , 15 > Jc ; TT , KIMo ;
YY , 18c ; BB , We ; 20 bleached , 8) c ; t ,
2 } c ; 80 , 13.Kc ; 50 brown and slate , 9c ; 70 ,
.2) < Te ; 9' ) , lOc.
CKASII Stevens' B Stevens' A 7o
, 5) ) c ; , ;
bleached , So ; Stevens' 1' . 7 ; o ; bleached ,
8J c ; Stevens' N , 8 > < Jo ; Dlcach&d , 9 } < c ; Stev
ens' SIM' , 11K ° -
DENIMS Amoskeag , 9 oz , \ ( > ytc\ \ Everett ,
7oz , lac ; York , 7 oz , lilo ; Haymaker , 8Kc ;
Jaffrey XX , llj " ; Jaffroy XXX , 12/c } ;
Beaver Creek AA. 12o ; Baaver Creek JiB ,
He ; Beaver Creek CC. lOc.
DUCK West Point. 29 in. 8 oz. 9 > o ; West
Point , 29 in , 10 oz , 12J c ; West Point. 29 in ,
12 oz , 13 } c ; West Point , 40 in , 11 oz , 16c.
FI.AXNRI.S Plaid Huftsmon , 2o ! ) ; Clear
Lake , UO'rfc ' ' ; Iron Mountain , 20) ) < je.
FIAX.V'CLS Whlte-G II No. 2 , % , 22 c. ;
G II No. 1. "i1 , 27 0 : G H No. 2 , % . 22 ! < o ;
G H No. 1 , ) { - , 30c : Queeheo No. 8 , aOc.
FLAXXEI.S White Quechoe No. 2 , } ,
37 > jc ; Queeheo No. 3 , jf , 32) c ; Anawau ,
12l.jc ; Somerset , 14c.
FiAX.s-ti.s : Red C. 21-inch , IS c ; E. 24-
inch , 21J o ; G G. 24-lncli , 20c ; H A F , Jf ,
25o ; J K F , J37c ; G , } { . 25e.
GtN'niiAM Plunkett checks , OJfc ; Whlt-
tcnton , CJ c : York , 7J c ; Normandi dress ,
7 } c ; Calcutta dress , 7kc : Whittcn ton dress ,
iyuUcnfrew \ dress , 8 } @I2Jic.
KENTUCKY JEANS Hercules , ISc ; Leam
ington , 22c ; Olenwood , 20c ; Mclvillo , 25c ;
Bang-up , 27 > ic.
Miscni.i.ANKOUS Table oil cloth , $2.50 ;
table oil cloth , marble , $2.50 ; plain Holland ,
Okc ; dado Holland. 12 > c.
PIIIXTS Dress Charter Oak , 5' c ; Ram-
ape , 4e ; Lodl , HJfc ; Allen , Oc ; Richmond , Co ;
Windsor , 0 > { e ; Eddystono , i\Xa\ \ \ Pacific , OKc.
PHIXTS Pink nnd Robes Kichinond , 0 > o ,
Allen , Co : RivorXint | , 5) ) < fc ; Stool Uiver ,
OK" ; Richmond , O' e ; Pacitlo , 6 0.
PIIIXTS Indigo blucSt.LedBar,5oWaRh ;
ington , OX ° i American , OJ c ; Arnold , VAio\ \
Arnold Century , Oc ; Windsor GohlTk't ,
: Arnold U , 10' c ; Arnold A , 12o ; Arnold -
nold Gold Seal. IC&o ; Yellow Seal ,
Amamiu , 12c. Prints , solid colorHAtlantlcltc ;
Slater , Oo ; Berlin oil , 0 } < c ; Garner oil , 0 ( < 7o ;
SHIIITINO , CIIKCKH Caledonia X , V o ;
Caledonia XX , 10 > < o ; Economy , 9o ; Otis , 9o ;
GranlU ) . 0c ; Crawford checks , 8c ; Haw
River plaids , t > Xe ,
SHEKTINO , UIIOWN Atlantic A , 4-4 , 7c ;
Atlantic II , 4-4 , 7c ; Atlahtlo D. 4 4 , O u ; At
lantic P. 4-4 , Oc ; AuVora LL , 4-4. Oo ; Aurora
C , 4-J , 4Jfe ; Crown XXX' . 4-4. OJi'u ; Hoosier
LL , 4-4 , f > } ( o ; Indtari' ' Head , 4-4 , 7c ; IJUw-
renco LL , 4-1 , 6J c ; Old'TJomlnlon ' , 4-4 ,
Peppcrell R , 4-4 , 0fc' 'Pepperell E , 40-Inch ,
7 > .fc ; Pcpporell , 8-4/17K" ; Pepporcll , 9-4 ,
20c ; Pepperell. 10-4. 22c ; Utica C. 4-4 , 4Jfo ;
Wachusntts , 4-4 , 7o ; ' ' Aurora It , 4-4 , 7o ; Au
rora B. 4-4 , O c. XJ-
SHEETING , Biiu6iri : > Ellorton , 7Ko ;
Housekeeper , 8Xo ; ' ' < N'o\r Candidate , Btfo
Berkeley cambric , Np. CO , 9o ; You Bet , 4-4 ,
0 c ; butter cloth. 'OO ' , 4 , ' c ; Cabot , 7Ko ;
Farwcll , half bleaclied ? 8 0 ; Fruit of Loom
8fc ; Greene G , Oo ; 'Hope ' , 7K" ; ICioB Phil
lip cambric , lOo ; Lrtrisdalo cambric , lOc
Lonsdnlo , 8' < o ; Now'Tork mills , lOo ; Pep
IMjrell , 42 In , lOo ; PihtWroll , 40 in , llo ; Pop
poroll , 0-4 , 14Ko ; i'l-ppiroll , 8-4. 20o ; Pop
perell , 9-4 , 22o ; Pep brAll. 10-4 , 24o ; Canton ,
4-4 , 8 ] o ; Canton , 4i49 ! ' > < o ; Triumph , Co
Wumsutta , llo ; Valley. 5c.
TICKS Oakland , A. ' 7'tfc ; Intoruatlonul Y
Y. 6c ; Shotucket , S. S u ; Warren , No. 870
lOe ; Berwick , BA. I8e ; Acme , J8o ; York
80 in. 12Kc : York. 83 in. 18 < fo ; Swift Rivur ,
So ; Thorndlko OO , 8J < c ; Thorndiko EF. 8Ko
Thonidiko 130. 9 > < o ; Thorndlko XX , llo
Cordls No. 5 , 9 > { o ; Cordis No. 4 ,
DrimH and Clioiulonls.
ACID Sulphuric ; ' ' per carboy , 2Jfc ; citric
per lb. , 51c ; oxalic , per lb. , lie ; tartartc
powdered , perlb. , 4lo ! ; carbolic , [email protected]
ALUM Per lb , , 2 > < o ,
AMMONIA Curb , perlb. , llj c.
AiiiiowunuT Per lb. , Iflc.
BALSAM Copaiba , per Ib. , 05c ; tolu , [email protected]
55c.
55c.BOKAX
BOKAX Refined , per lb. , 9 u.
CitEAM TAUTAH Pure , per Ib. , 80c.
EXTIIACT Loawooo Bulk , per lb. , 12 } < c.
EitaoT i5o.
GLYCKIIINE 21 0.
GUM AIIAIUC 5Uv495\ ( ,
LVCOl'ODIUM 4IC ,
OLYCBIIIXB Bulk , per lb. , 2U'c.
Guxi AssafccUJa , per lb. , lie ; camphor
er lb. , 37o : opium , per Ib. , $3.33.
lonlNK RoMiblluiated , pcroz. , $3.05.
LEAVTS Bucliu , short , per It ) , 13o ; senna ,
Alex. , per lb , QSftNK
MouniiA Stilph , per oz , $3.80 ,
MEitctiitT 74c.
POTASH Bromide , per Ib 87c ; Iodine , per
Ib. $3.85.
QuiNU Sulnh , per lt > , [email protected]
SEEMS Canary , per lb , 4)o ) ,
SoAi's C.istlle , mottled , per lb , SlOc ( )
istilo , whlto , | ior lb , [email protected] :
SriuiTs NITHE Sweet , per ft , SOc.
STIIYCIINU Crystal , $1.00 ( 1.15.
SUI.VM. CIXCIIOXA Per nz. 5 J13o.
TAPIOCA Per lb , Oo.
ToN'c.i UK INS $1.75.
OILS Bcrcamot , $3.45 ; Wlntergreon ,
3.15 ; Malaga , 95o : Unseed , raw , C2u ; boiled ,
WIIITP. LEAH $0.50.
CALOMEL Am. , per Ib , S9o.
CASTOII OIL $1.24.
CUlIEll BlllllllKS SI.50.
CANTIIAUIDES 75c ( $ l.f > 5.
CASSU BUDS Per lb , 17c.
CiiLouoFoiiM Per lb , yOc.
Coiinosivc SUIILIMATE Per lb , SOo.
Metal * .
BLOCK TIN Eng. rcf'gsmall pig , 2So ;
bar. 2ic. )
COPPER Planished boiler sizes , SOc ; cold
rolled , 2 o ; sheathing , 25o ; pills , SOo ; flats ,
Oc.
GALVANIZED SHEET IUOK Junlata , dis
count , GO per cent.
PATEXT PLANISHED Inox No. 24 to 27 , A
quality , perlb , 10c } ; No. 24 to 27 , H qual-
ly , Kc. For loss than bundle du J o
icr lb.
SHEET IKON No. 20 , $3.40 ; No. 27 , $3.5) .
SOLUEII Hoyt Metal Co.'s half-and-half ,
n 1-lb cttstis , per lb , lOc ; commercial half-
and-half , 15c ; No. 1 , In bars , Ho.
TIN Pure ( Best Charcoal ) 1C , 10x14 ,
225 sheets , $ (5.50 ( ; IX , 10x14 , 225 shoots , $3.25 ;
C. 12x12 , 235 sheets , $ G. . ' > 0 ; IX , 12x12 , 235
ihccts , $8.25 ; 1C , 14x20. 112 sheets. S0.50 ; IX.
4x2 < ) , 112 sheotR. 53.25 ; IXX , 14x20 , 112
iliucts , $10.00 ; 1XXX. 14x50 , 112 sheets
$11.75 ; 1C , 2x28 , 112 sheets. $18.50 ; 2x23 ,
13 sheets , $17.00 ; IXX , 2x23 , 112 sheets
$20.50.
COKK 1C , 10x14 , 225 ahoots , SO.OO ; 1C ,
4x20 , 112 sheets , $0 00 ; 1C , 10x20 , 225 sheets ,
$9.50.
ROOFIXO ( Best Charcoal ) 20x28 , [email protected]
0.75.
STDEL NAILS Base , { 2.15 ; stcol wire nails ,
base , $2.00.
Liiiiullcr nnd TtulUlliii ; .
Mntnrial , f. o. b. Omaha.
STOCK B-Aims A 12 Inch , s. 1 s 14 and 10
feet , $10.00 ; B 13 Inch , s. I.e. 12 , 14 and 10
feet , $11.09 ; C 13 Inch , s. 1 B. 13 , 14 nnd 10
feet , S80.00 ; D 12 inch , s. 1 s. 12 , 14 nnd 10
'eet , $2:1.00 : ; No. 1 Com. 12 In. s. 1 s. 12 leet ,
$18.00 ; No. 1 Com. 12 in. s. 1 H. 14 nnd 10 feet ,
$17.50 ( 18.50 ; No. 1 Com. 12 in. s. 1 s. 10 , 18
and 20 feet , $19.50 ; No. 2 Com. 13 in. s. 1 a
14 and 10 feet , $10.50.
CI-.ILIXO AND PAIITITIOX 1st Com. % In.
whlto plno partition. $ , ' 12.00 ; 2nd Com. $4 in.
whlto Dlno partition , $27.00 ; clear % In. yol-
ow pine coiling , $30.00 ; clear % in. Norway ,
$14.50 ; 2nd Com. % In. Norway , HJ1.00.
Boviiim No. 1 Com. s. 1. H. 12 , 14 and 10
ft , $19.00 ; No. 2 Com. s. 1 s , 12 , 14 nnd 10 ft. ,
$10.50 ; No. 8 Com. s. 1 s. 12 , 14 nnd 10 ft. ,
$14.50 ; No. 4 Com. s. 1 . 12. 14 and 10 ft. ,
Ishlp'g cull ) , $11.00. Add 50 cents per M. ft.
tor rough.
BATTEXS , WELL Tutiixo , PICKETS O. G.
Baits , 2 % inch , OOo ; O. O. Bntts , i < x3 , SIS ,
i5o ; 8-ln. well tubing. D. & M. and bev. ,
$22.00 ; pickets , D. & H. , Hat , $20.00 ; pickets ,
D. & II. square , $10.00.
IlMiXMOX8 AND TIMIIRIt.
12 ft. 14 ft. 10 ft. 18 ft. 20 ft. 23 ft. 24 ft.
2x4. . . . 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 18.00 WOO
JxO. . . . 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 18.00 1SI.OO
2x8..15.00 15,01) ) 15.00 10.00 10.HI 18.00 I'.l.OO '
3x10. . . 15.00 15O ( / 15.00 10.00 10.00 1S.CO 1U.OO
Jxl2. . . 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 10.00 18.00 19.00
4x4-8x810.09 10.00 10.00 17.00 17.00 1S.UO 10.00
FCXC1XO.
No. 1 , 4 & 0 Inch , 12 & 14 ft , rough , 10 [email protected] 50
Fo. 1 , " " 10 " 17.0U ( < fll7.50
No. 2 , " 12 & 1 " 13.501.014.00
No. 2 , ' " 10 " 15.00 ( > 10.00
Fixisiiixr.- nnd 2d clear , \ \ Inch , s 2 s ,
$49.00051.00 ; Island 2d clear , 1H and 2inch ,
B2s , 47.0050.00 : 3d clear , llf inch , s 2 s ,
[email protected] ; 8d clear , 1J anil 2 inch , s 2 s ,
f [email protected] ( ; B select , 1 # , U and 2 inch , s
J s , 87.l)0ft33.00 ) ( ; 1st and 2d clear , I inch , s 2
H , $45.00 ; 3d clear , 1 inch , B 3 s , $30.00 ; A se
lect , 1 inch , s 2 B , $33.00 ; B select , 1 inch , s 2
R , $30.00.
FLOORING 1st corn 0 Inch white pine.
$3f.002d ; com 0 inch whlto pine , $31.00 ; 3d
com 0 Inch white uinc , $20 00 ; D coin G inch
white pine , (20.00 ; com 4 und 0 inch yoliow
pmo , $15.00 : Star 4 inch yellow plno , $17.00 ;
1st and 2d clear yellow pine , 4 and 0 inch ,
$19.00.
Poi-LAii LBMHEII Clear Poplar box bds , %
in s 2 s , $35 00 ; clear poplar % In panel.
$30.00 ; clear poplar ? n uanel , $25.00 ; elcar
poplar in panel'stoek wldo , s 2 s , $28.00 ,
cle'ar poplar corrugated colling , % , $30.00.
POSTS White ccdur , 0 inch halves. 12c ;
white cedar , 5 } inch halves and 8 inch q'rs ,
lie ; white cedar 4 inch round , IGc ; Tennes
see red cedar , split , Hie ; split oak ( white ) ,
Sc ; sawed oak , 18c.
SitixciLcs , LATH , per M. XX clear , $3.20 ;
extra * A * , $2.80 ; standard A , $2.GO ; 5 inch ,
cleur. * 1.K(31.70 ( ) ( ; 0 inch , clear , [email protected] ;
No. 1 , [email protected] ; clear rod cedar , mixed
widths , from Washineton territory , $3.40 ;
California red wood , dimension widths , $4.50 ;
cypress , clear heart , dimension widths , $8.25 ;
lath , $2.40.
SHIP LAP No. 1 plain , 8 und 181nch$17.50 ;
No. 2 , plain , 8 and 10 inch , $15.50 ; No. 1 , O.
G. , $18.00.
Siuixo 1st Com. , nnd 10 feet , $23.00 ; 2nd
com. , and 10 feet , $19.00 ; 3d com utid 10 feet ,
$15.00 ; fence , com. , nnd 10 feet , $111.00.
LIME , JSTC. Quincy white llmo ( best ) , ROe ;
English and German Portlandcomcnt , $ : ) .45 ;
Milwaukee nnd Louisville , $ l.UO ; Michigan
plaster , $2.25 ; Fort Dodge plaster , $2.10 ; Blue
Hanid plaster , $1.90 ; hair , 20e ; sush , 00 per
ct dls ; doors , blinds , mouldings , 50 per ctdis ;
tarred felt , per cwt , $1,90 ; straw board , $1.50.
THItVES iTl PARIS.
Exposition n Grunt Rendezvous
lor N'otorloiiH Pickpockets.
Prince Soutzo , in returning from tlto
exhibition , says a Purls letter , wns
pushed iiguinst rather violently on tlio
Solforino bridge by thrco or four woll-
dressed men , who , after having made
hurried apologies , disappeared. On ar
riving homo tlio prinuo found that Ills
purue , containing n considerable sum of
money in bank notes , had been taken
out of Ins breast pocket. This was the
first exploit of the gang of international
pickpockets nr BweU-inobsmen by whom
Pariu in invaded ut the pre.sont moment ,
and BO me of whom are said occasionally
to conduct their professional operations
with ochrod faces and attired in magni-
llcunt oriental costumes. None of those
sharpers has as yet been captured in
llagranto ( lolieto within the precincts
of the exhibition , but thrco Hc.lianu
wore arrested on information received
yesterday , and in their possession wore
found various articles which demon
strated their calling abundantly. One
of tlio men is u notorious rascal , who
has made a name in his "profession" as
a ripper of pockets with razors.
M. Goran , the head of tlio detective
department , says that bands of pick
pockets have been organized for the
Paris Exposition both in London und
Now York. These people give the
French detectives no end of trouble ,
owing to the consummate skill , coolness
und audacity with which they work ,
liven when a detective thinksho is Huro
of Ills man , and arrests him , lie Muds
nothing in the fellow's possession , for
the plunder 1ms been adroitly ' 'passed"
to a eonferato. Then the gentlemanly ,
or , as the case may bo , ladylike , pick
pocket reports the detective at head
quarters and endeavors to set diploma-
tie or consular machinery in motion , as
was notoriously the case about twelve
months ago , when a great fuss was
made over an American woman who
had boon arrcbtod for pockotpicuing.
M. Goran has orgnnlml his little
plans as well as the co.smopoliUin snarp-
ers. Ho lias had from London nnd New
York police photographs und full per
sonal deBeriptionH and biographies of
the principal Hrltish and American
pickpockets. Those the trench police
olficur has bound in a book , which ho
facetiously calls his "breviary , " and
over which ho pores diurnally , iuet us a
priest does over his matins lauds , coin-
pUne and vespers. Furthermore , the
astute la. Goran has formed u bpcciul
brigaflo dos pickpockets , which Is com
posed of his best pupils , whom ha litul
Instructed with the uld of his "brev
iary. " Finally , the chef do In sura to
lias nunllllcd himself and some of his
iniplls for the task before them of loani
ng Engll hso , that Angly-Saxon shnrp-
31-s will have to be extremely aollvo and
"wide awake" in order to carry on their
operations in a successful mitnner dur
ing tlio exhibition. M. Goran and his
non may bo fooled frequently , but on
the whole , they have given proofs of
remarkable ability down lo the pres
ent ; and , with their newly acquired at-
ainmonts , they ought to prove n match
'or ' the most formidable of the modern
ctitpurscs who are at present within the
walls of Paris.
Tlinroimhlircd Atuerionna Kvcry One * .
Now York Weekly : Dying American
mtriot ( a few years hence ) "My son ,
I raw nearer. I want you to remember
that you come of a long Hue of Ameri
can patriots who have never hesitated
at the call of duty. Your groat-groat-
grandfather fouclit , bled mid died in
[ ho revolution ; your groat-grandfuthor
'ought ' In the Mexican war and suffered
intold agonies in Mexican prisons ; your
grandfather braved dangers innumor-
iblo in the civil war , itntt I , my FOIL was
one of these hundreds of thousands of
windowlcssnml seatloss patriots who lor
-wo mortal days at the Now York con-
.onnlal endured the fearful crush of
Jroadway without seeing anything. "
SHROEDER & DEAN
,
GRAIN-
,
Provisions i Stocks
Basement First National Bank ,
5O5 MnillilJUli Street , - Omulin
\YAHTED \
Cities , CoiintlcH , Scliool DisttTcls , VVnlcr Com-
panics , &c. We lire In the inaikct for the
purchase of round ninniuits of Filch bonds.
Correspondence solicited.
N. W , HARRIS & COMPANY , Bankers ,
113-117 MonrooStroet , CHICAGO.
66 Devonshire Rtront , DOSTON.
JOSEPH GILLOTTS
STEEL PENS
COLD MEDAL PARIS EXPOSITION ISIS.
Noo. 3O3-4O4-I7O-6O4.
THE MOST PERFECT OP PENS
NATIONAL BANK ,
U. S. DEPOSITORY , OMAHA , NEB.
Capital 8400,000
Surplus Jan. 1st , 188 ! ) Oli.OUO
Un-'ICBHS AM ) DMUXTOU3. '
HENUV W. VATKS , 1'reolileiit.
LEWIS S. Hutu , Vlco I'reslJout.
A. K. Touy.At.lN ,
\V. V. MOUSE.
JOHN c1. coi.r.tNS.
K. C. Ct'siiiNO ' ,
J. N. H. VATIUCK ,
W. H. S. HuniiEK , Cashier.
THE IRON BANK ,
Cor. 12th tmil Knrnnin Sts.
A General IlmikliiK
IJlUlUiXU Uii I 111UU JJJUUUli
Corner IGth mid Fnruain Streets , Chamber
Commerce lluliaiiiij.
npltnl Stock $400,000
Liability of Stockholders 800,000
Klvo | icr cent pnlrt on ik > | > lt , lonni nindeon real
etntu ami pikrbOiml Kccurity ; note * , warrants , stocks
JO11NIMILKS. . rrcsl.lKiit. „ HIS :
SAMUKI , UOTMCK. A'lro rroslilont.
DK.VTnil THOMAS , Cftililer.
IIOAHD 0V DIltKOTOHS :
John TJ. MllcK. Krastui. IIOison ! ,
yiiTimol Cotncr , John II. Kvans ,
Andrew KoMuwiilor , Worrli MorrHon ,
W. A I. . Clbboii , < ieo. 12. llarkcr.
< iov. Alvln Niuniterd , Iki-xtcr U Tliuinai ,
Normitn A. Kuhn , Jnincs Thompson ,
K. 11. Julminn , John Ilinli ,
Boot a and Shoea.
r , , JONES A CO. ,
Successors to Ilecd. Jonrn & Co.
Wholesale Manufacturers of Biots & Slices
AtouU fur llgnton Hubbcr t-hoe Cn. , 1102.11UI nnd 11W
llurnoy Street , uiualm , .Vclr.isku ,
Browors.
STOliZ & ILEIt ,
Laser Beer Brey/ers / ,
1M1 North KlKhteontli ulroot , Omnha , Neb.
Cornice.
EAQLE COItNWE WORKS ,
Manufacturers ofGalyanizei Iron Cornice
\Vlndnn-rnp nnrt incltlloskTlllit . John Kr net r.
liroprietor. IU8 and llu Soulh ictti utreet.
Paper Boxes-
JOHN L. WILK1E ,
Proprietor Oraalia Paper Box Factory ,
Noi. I'lnnml ISI'J Douvlai itrcct.Oraaba , Neb.
. A. DISllllOW & CO. ,
Wfiolfi lu ru nufnctnri'ri > of
Sasii , Doors , Bliuds and Mouldings ,
IrnHcli oltlce , 12th and It aril itruoti , Oiuahi , tlt'j.
1WI1K MANUFACTUniNO CO. ,
Manufacturers of Sasb , Diors , Biinfls ,
Uouldlnm. ttalr-work nl Inlorlor liarrl wood flulili.
UU-tl Nurtli Itth Jtreel , Oiimlia , Nub ,
CLAHK STEAM HEATING CO. ,
Pnmps , Pipes and Engines ,
8l ao , water , rullwuj unit mlnlnif ni | > [ jln | , etc.
V > . va vml V.'l Kurnarii moot , Omnha.
IT. S. WIND EXOItfE & PUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Suoplics ,
nlad mllli. 918 and ( f.u Jonri it. , Omaha.
U. f , Hon. AGIInu M ni > iur. ;
UllOWXELL A CO. ,
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery ,
BUeet-liou wort , itr/im pumpi , inw mllli. UlS-IJIi
l.cmcimortli itn-et.Oiualin.
Iron Works.
I'AXTON A VIERLINO WON WORKS ,
Wrought and Gait Irot : Building Wort ,
l. brass work , general ( uuudrr , uinchlrie aud
ckiullli work. Ufflce and works , L' , 1' , Hand / .
and lUli llrtet.tlinmljiu
\vinn \ & inoN WOHKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railing
Deik lalli. wladoir eiiaide , Honcr stoiirli , n
etc. IW Nurtli It'll ] itroel , Uiautia ,
OMAHA SAFE A UtON WOItKS ,
Manf 'rs ' of Fire anil Burglar I-roof Safes ,
V ult , 1 H work. Iron tliultiiri n < 1 ft * rtraiiti
O. Auareep , | > rop'r. Comer Ktb unit Jtciiuii ! ,
SOUTH OMAHA.
UNION STOCK YA1WS CO. ,
Of South Omalia. Llmitei
AprloulturM Implomonta
Dsalcrln Agricultural Implements , V/apns /
Cartl eci nJ tuiKcIc * . Jones rltftt , bctnrcn Mh nod
U'th ' , oni nli , Nrbrctka.
A MK'WALF CO. ,
Airicnli'l ' Implements , V/ajons / , Carriages
lliifules , etc. Wlinlernio. Onmhit , Ncbrtila.
, UllKXDOHF A MA1W1N CO. ,
Whnlcol
Agriciilt'l ' liiiplGiiicntj , Wagons & Bnafoj
Oil , 101 , W ) ftnJ IW JonO itrcol , Omntiit.
MOLlffE , MlLlt VHX A S3O1JDA HD CO. ,
Mnnutnclurcr unit Job er In
Wairons , Buggies Mci , Plows , Etc ,
Cor. Ptli mill IMcino Hreels , OnmhA.
Artists' MntorlnlS'
I'E , Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
IMS Douglas street , Omaha , Nebraska.
Boots nndJjhooB.
ir. r MOUSE A cd. ,
of Boots and Slices ,
101,110) ) , 1103 DOUGHS itrcct , Omulm. Mitnufnctorr ,
Cool , Coke on < l
OMAUACOAL , COKV > ' it LIME CO. ,
Jolliers of Herd cnl Sft ] Coal ,
2 iHoiitli 13th ftr.ot , Oiuniiu , NobrnsVn.
KEHUASKA FUKt. CO. ,
Sliiprs of Coal aid : Coke ,
Sl'l Suulh l.'th it. , Oinalm , Nob.
LUMBER. ETC ,
JOHN A.
WMesalG Lninlicr , Etc ,
mportrcl unit Auicrlcnn I'oillntul cement. Elnt *
ngout lur MtlWHtikro tijOrau leio uunl And
( juluty white linio.
( 'HAS 11. LKK ,
Dealer in Ilaidwccd Lumber ,
iVooil cnrpcts ntul pnrqtit't lUioriiij. . Mil n
Mi out s , Oimitm , Nub.
'
OMAHA LUMliKlt C& ,
All Kinds of Building Material at Vfbolcsate
IStli strt'ctniiil 1'nluii 1'nclllc truckOma'jH. '
LOUIS HttADFOlin ,
Dialer ill Lnmlier , Latli , Lime , Sasli , jjil
Doors , ICtc- YnrJs--'oniLT ( 7tb unit l.'oiifilag. OUIc 'I
Curnor H'tli ' nucl ttouilai ,
FKED. II * . UKAY.
LnmliB'.Lir Cenunl Etc Etc
. , , , , ,
Curccr UtU anl Iouilints. ) . , Onmha.
< ? . A * . DIETZ ,
Dealer in All Kinds of Lnmlier ,
13tli niul Onllfornliv ktrci'tv.Uiunliu , Nebrntk * .
jVIIIIInory and Notions. _
t. OltKliFKLDIU ! .fc CO. ,
Importers & Jolcrs in MiJinery & Notiins
2l' ' Mlillli lllli nlri'ft.
Notions.
j ; i" . nomxsox KOTIOX co. ,
and FiiiMisliiiig Gooits ,
1124 llnnu'y Street , Umnlm.
.Co tn in I s a 1 o n and Storage
IIIDDEJL A '
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Specialties nutter , fKff. clii'Me. piuiltrjr ,
Ill211u\rnra itroutUnmli , Neb.
Dry Goods end Notions.
"j f. B. SMITH A CO. ,
Dry Good ? , FiirniSuing Good ? and Notions
Wi nnd 1101 DoiiKlns , cor. lltli ilrvet , Uiuulia , Nob.
KlLPATRICK-KOGll DltY GOODS CO. ,
Importers & Jo'jte ' in Dry GoodsNotions ,
tienl'a furnishing' Kootls. Ccrncr lltb and Uarncjr
Btreuts , Ouiiiliii , Nebrutka.
UEL1N , mOMPSON it CO. ,
Importer * mat Jobl or of
WcolensaudTailors' ' Tminings ,
317Soul.i Ulh ti L-tt.
Furniture.
DEWEV A &JOXK ,
Wliolesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Kurnnm itieot , Omnliu. Ncbruhka.
CUAHLKS S
Fnrnitiirs ,
Omahu , Nobruska.
Groceries.
PAXTON , QAl.LAGIIKn it CO. ,
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
705 , TUT , ; OJ nml 711 Suutli lOtli et. , Omnlia , Nob.
, iniADY A co. ;
Wlioldlc Grocers ,
19th andLoavonnurtli utrci'U , Oiunlin , Nebrnttia ,
Hardware.
ir. j.
Heryy ; Hirdware , Iron and Steel ,
Eprtnut , wattcm stock , hnrdtruris , lutabur , cto. 1209
anil 1211 Hurner lruot. Omuliu.
W. J. UllOA'l OH ,
Heyy : Hirdware , Iron and Steel ,
wuxon stork , lurawuro , lumber , cW. 1ZOI
and nil llnrney slnet , Omaha.
LEE , OLAIIKE , AKDHEE E'ff HAllD-
\VAHtt \ COMI'ANY.
f tiolesa'e ' Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plate ,
Moult , aheet Iron. etc. Aiifut " , for llnwo icaloi.
iainml poirilcruiiil l.yiimn I
*
A TAYLOIl ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop
Mechanic * ' tool anU lluffiiln tcalci. KUJ UoujlH
truut. Oiualia , Neb.
Toys , Eto.
II. HAIIUY A CO. ,
Jobber * of
Tjys , Dolls , Aim , Fancy Good ? ,
llouie lurolihlni ; oodi , cblldron' * i' rrl Ke § , 1M *
f'uriiani lrcut , OmRliu , eb.
Olio.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refill and LnMoatlng Oils ,
Aile rc o , etc. , OuiuLa. A. ILUIihor.
Ptipor.
0 AW ENTER PAP fin CO. ,
Wliolesale Paper Driers ,
L'tirr a nice ttock of prlntliu' , wrappliiK anil nrltliul
li ltr. ) bptcUl atlcaili/u gitcu iw card piit > ( f , ,
iU ,
TJ. C. DEPOSITORY.
OMAHA , - - NEBRASKA.
Capital $000,000
100,000
HI'.KMAN KOUNT/.U. 1'reslilent.
JOIN | A. CHHIGIITON , Vlco I'rosldont.
F. II. JJAVJS , Caililer ,
\V. II , MliUyUinit , AssUtant C lil r.
H. K. (1ATKS ( , Assistant usluor.
Safety Dopoblt Vnulta iu Busuiuout.

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