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MUULAluE MAKKLIS ,
| Wbeat Market Heavy , With All Bullish
Influences Absent ,
VERY SIGNIFICANT DEALINGS IN CORN.
OitlH Had the IlcHl Support on tlie
J'lOnr Today Provisions Opun
Weak nnd Hc-avy Cat
tle and
CttKM'tn , Juno 4. [ Ppeclal Telegram to TUB
llff1.'The ] wheat market was heavy today ,
and In the ahsence of any very bullish reports
from the crojr fceetloim , the bears nnd hulls
arc Intmcstid In lower prices to buy on , with
an easily dcprcssi d market. Influences early
wi'it ! thu excellent KrowhiKeathur In all
( platters , Ki'iicral rains and n belief that the
bull news has heon already discounted. The
prleis stui'd ( nt aileullnoof Me to 1'iu over
last nlnlit July \VIIH olT 7 e from the close
yestciday. A temporary rally of about Mo
from the Hist HpiirLflvvasfollowed hyu consid
erable decline , called moro by the raiding
than by any heavy Helling. About noon there
was a trooil rally , helped by the re-
inn Is of export business. This was
followed befoio I o'clock by a slight
fntllicrdccllnc , which put prices small frae-
tii us nndei tliu low llxurcs of thu morning ,
rnim this there wcrenogood reeovcr > up to
1 > 'eloel < and the pit hccanio < ] iitot. The action
ttns as follows July , irjc to WHO to lllo to
( H i ) tolttV toirjii < to t V to irje to IW'ie :
August 02'neand oirou'e ; S-eploinber. ttlo anil
oirtulUUc ; Deeeinlior. lll' c tolil'sc. Theie was
Minn little bull news , such as belter eables ,
bad crop dispatches from Kxpert Innlls In
Mk'lil 'Hii , export eleaianees at Now Urleans
Mini ru | orls that eleven boat loads ttoio taken
foi evport at New Vork. The wheat on the
mean p.issa o Hhoued a deereasu of
MWa busliKls for the week. All
this wan little heeded. I'.irtrldxccoveted homo
v heat and count iy InijIiiK orders absorbed
M'lni' , but then ) was no vigorous hiipport
J..MIIdid ihroiiKh Itoehe , Iliitchlnson tlnoiiKh
Ills brokers and Lo an Mild foi M. Louis , 11
was clalimd. The sc.tlplnx crowd followed
HolchliiMin and sold forabreak. .Manyof the
lil ' houses held aloof from thu market for
nii'ie definite news , Wheat Khowed a Ilimc-r
feellnK at the rln'-e. .lunc iccovered fiom
tui'nc to opc , July from ( rjototci'.e and de-
fi iTd fntiues closed uniformly at l' c. under
yesterday. AiiKust U2'4beplenibei ' ( 02o ; and
ileccmbui O.3c. !
. The feeling of the majority of the local trade
TJI coin is bearish. Still tliero N a Kood dr.il of
cunt Ion about HhorttiiK the market , because
there Is HMIIU MKnllluaiit biiylni ; each day.
Lately purchases by the AiiJlo-Amorlean
packing eoinpany haxo caused much com
ment They weio followed by other prov Islon
houses This causes sculpt rs to take chances
also 'J'neeaily scllliiK wau led by Italdwln &
1 arntim and thu llo > dens. Thu sellliiK as
general. The movement appeals to be falling
oil some. .Innobold at : ci' c , to M'tc , to 'lie ,
closlni ; atlCIJto ; July : H"c , to : )45.c ) , toIU'ic , to
HPdcto the closing : August closed at UO ®
U5' ' c ; Seitcmber | , 'ftSW.ic. ( ? [
The oats market had the best suppoit on
the lloor today. ItvvaHonlyln the pit th it
jnl ( CH closed better than yesterday's llsures.
and that uasonly In Jnnu and July , wlillotho
closlns prlt'CN for August and September
i ID barely steady. Jnnu sold at 2Uc , to
87' ( . , to'.T'je , to2T'c ' to the close ; July gold
at 2liHQ27l : c. closliiK at 27'ies AiiRiisl ranged
al ' . ' 4'iC and "I'.e , with tliu clnso at 1.M5 c ; t-ep-
ti'inbti 'I'.iTfi'l ' 'nG I'ic , to Sl\e to tbo close.
'I be pioIslon m.iiket opened ucnk and
lie.uy this morning This ttas duo Hist to tbo
receipt of 'CMKXl to r ,000 noKb at tbo j arils and
u bieak of Illc lo 15c In prices tbeic , and second
totbevcri free ulli'iliiKsof ribs and laid by
IIIK keis generally , aided by Ilutelilnson , nbo
Hl ) < l July products. The Ilrst prices wcio-"ic
oil foi limit with July at fl'HXl and lard and
libs'J'4e tor > o elf Miort ribs for July went to
f.'ili.VK.'iflT'i , but reiovcied to J5.n , and July
laid , , iftersllnK | at t'l.Ti , iccoveicd toW00.
July poik sold atl iL'Uand oil1 again
'i : HTftVK.
CIIIOAOO , Juno I [ Special Telegram to TIIK
Urn 1 fATTi.B lluslness was not at all aetl\e ,
In fai'tbli ; , hc.iv > o.itlloweio bard to sell at
ycsteiday's pilees , with seine salesmen quot
ing tbo sium ; a shade lower. On the other
bund lltfht and medium sorts'sold steady or
KtionK wheio the style andiiuallty suited ( bo
btijer. ToMins , especially otbcis than can-
ncio , sold a shade stronger. Natlxo butchers'
Muck weic steady , with llitloor nothing now
In tbo stockcr and feeder tiade. C'bolco
_ < o iiMin bci'MS , Ifl Ki'il"i ) ; medium to
good stteis , 1O : ) to JVK ) Ibs , Jl 10 ®
4.1(1 ( ; l.aw to 1'ITiO Ibs. , iLIKKiH M ) ;
JfM to | , M ) Ibs. , $ , | svnj. ( : ) ; sloekersand feeders ,
n'KKiiJIKI ; < ows , bulls and mixed , * l MXBI.K ) ;
bulk , JJ.ai1. ' 10 ; slon fed steers , Jl aVitl.lkS ;
corn fed To\is , tl-Va.TIKI ; giasscrs , $ J5Vil40. (
lions Them was another sharp down turn
of , i stiong lie ! , making u dccllno of U"e since
Monday , At tlnivloso JJ.70 li ? .l 7"i uas about
the nib'ti foi falrtngood inKcd , and somuof
the hnjcrs foi packcisuoio llgnrlng ( iiiiIG. >
bhlipi | is paid i.1'3 to J-lbOand light soils sold
* . i 4 < rn/7 ; < LII
JMXAXVl.lL.
NKW VOHK , Juno 4. [ Bpoolal Tolegi.im to
TIIK HIT. ] STOCKS Hotter bull dispatches
veto si-nt out from the Ricat stouk houses last
nll-'ht The i nlinliiatlon of thoniaikut yestoi-
day In a icxular bull \\i\o : had a very cheer
ing elVeet upon the street. It was argued that
tin ) lliiuldatlon In tuist stocks must bo at an
end ot nearly so. The piospccts of silver lels- (
latlon hidKcil Mattering , but there uashtlll the
( car that the upturn mlnhtbobiitthopiop.ii.i-
tlon foi a woiso tumble in pi Ices should these
arguments fall. This canned a fe\erlshnessln
"Sir < 'iu ly dealings tod.iy , and the Ilrst jnlees ,
as oimpared ullh last night's \\aio Iriegul.ii ,
but geneially li"orhllo the dllleienccs
\\t ic coiillned to small ft.ietlons as u rule.
The ti lists ucro again \\c.ik and both
llilago ( HIS and bugar Kellnoiles made
matcilal declines In the Ilrst half hour the
fnimcr letlrlng at 1'i percent fiom Its openIng -
Ing llgiuo. After that time , however , the
liicssuie loscll abated and oxerythlng n < co\-
erid , while stocks which weio liicgular be
came mote priimlnonl In the tiadlng. Uiegon
Transcontinental , Itlchiiionil , v West 1'olnt ,
] \le\le.in \ I'ential and \ \ heeling A. Kako Kilo
Blocks hhoucd the most bticngth. The ad-
\ances o\ei the opining pi Ices \\ero In all
classes for small fractions only , honoxer The
inaikut became inoieiiulet , pit sent Ing no fe.i-
tiut'of Intcicst. Outside ot Uiegon Tianscon-
tlncntal , AtcliNoii , lllehniond \ . West I'olnt ,
C'hlcago Gas and Sugar liellneiles I lading was
on a small scale up to 11 o'clock. Ilnfoio mid
day there was moio strength in many stocks.
Chicago ( las ent to.M 4 , hintar to " ! ' .Mich
igan Central led thu Vnnderbllts and went to
HU'i The Vlllard stocks wore all bnoyantnnd
Not thorn I'aellle toso 1 point o\erlast night to
ilT'4 and piefoucd to tiBi. Ur.ingei stocks rose
to 'i \o\er the close jesterilny St. Paul
touched ThH. but yielded to'HU while tbo , Mis.
Hinrl I'aellle , after touehlng TriM.diopiicdbaek
toT4VS. In most of tbo othei sleeks tho' best
j uices ttere held up to noon. The slock mai-
u el made no good rcco\ery today. The bears
tnndo a linal ellort against Kock Island on the
tliidry tluit that Iho statement \\ouldboa
poorono Thosloek rallied 1 per cent on a
htatcninnt whleh nas a tlnn shonlng for tbo
jear The Not thwestorn closed it up on the
belief that thn statement " 111 bo excellent
also I'nlon I'.iclllc \ \ as stiong at thoelosn
It h "i not gain. The Vlllaids , Vandeibllts
and nrangers uio well regarded by the bull
Irudcrs.
The following were the closing quotations :
I S 4 > rt'Ktilur 131 .Northorn I'aellle
I K 4tt itiuiiun * . ito preferred . .
1 > > l' < 8 ri'KUlnr. .Kr. > . 0 A N W . . . . 11(1 (
1 s m ruuiHin . .nrji do prctfumut . . . . 145
I'lullivinot "JV . | | N V Central . . .
vntl'niltlr . a * 1' , I ) A K
I'lilniKO \ Alton | 4) ) Itoek Inland . . ,
Cliltiikii , HurlliiKlon O..M AM I1
A lOiilnoy Ids do preferred . .
1) U * W bt I'nul A Oinnlin
lllliuilt ( Vntriil .llu do preferred . . . .
I , II \ W Union I'aoltlc . . . .
W.hl U.Vl' . . . .
UikoMioru do preferred . . .
MUlillinn Ctintrnl 101 Weiteru Union . . , W
> ll unrl 1'nclHp . 71
MO.M\ : J 430.
I'IIIMK MKIHHNTII.K l'i'KiiKaoi { nor oont.
hTKIIMM ! I llM'lUMUi-Qllll.ti hluuilyj 8l.\ty.
day UllU.f4.bi ; demand. J
I I'll U it VVK 31. 1 It 1C K M.
CIMCAOO , Juno 4. lilAi. | in. oloao Whuut
.W I'Usli.OtUoi JtilylUi , < $ i ) > So.
( 'orii-hUMilj ; cash , itl ui July : | } < ' .
O.its-Moud ) i casli , i7 ? ol July , . ' , © 37 0.
Hytv Sti'iulyutUoi.
lluiloy K.iby.
J'iinioTlniotliy-l.l2.
rin\
1'orU Dull ; cash , US,87i ! : July.ll2.67 ; Son-
tl'MlllIT JI.IW
hurt ) bti'tidy : ciibli , JjSTSi ; July , K07i ! ®
riour Steady.
I'm * l"Uns-hhinillpr ) , J.V101M.20j short olo'ir.
fA4tKiXWi short rllw. WOO
lluttur btvudy : orouniury , lOZMUoi dairy , 7 ®
liv.
t'liposoStonily i full uronni cliocldiirs , THTi
. _ llnttt , KiWi'iO ' ; Voting Ainurlcus , 7'4W
Illiles btt .idyi i llKht croon saltoil. S'4 ® 0i
um-ii salted calf. 0'47o : dry
Illnt , fttMoi dry siiltu.l uldos , ( Joj dry c.ilf ,
K ilo. doai'ims , ! Wo c.iuli.
" * ' lucko > 1' < ! ® 4'i No-
I'll"Calais1 ! ! ! ' ' i -
K 8 J'asyj fresh , DOISo.
Hour HocolntH SUlpm'tu.
. UlWg ( fclooo
Wheat . , . ni.OM 11,000
f orn . . m , < M yi\ \ nee
OnM , „ . 400.000 .TNOOO
Nrw YOIIK , June .1 Wncat Uecflpt * . 4 MX )
liinlii IN ; PXlmrtK , * , , .VW bnilicli ; Riwt lownrj
No B rod , UvwiVo In uloMiton WOi'ic
nllont ; Wifft'iT'tO f oh : options lower. No S
red. June. - ,
CornKcfclpK ll.DjO hnshoUi r-xporti ,
! . ImsliKNt.pot stt-ady ! No a. 40V lie In
I'leyntor : llSttlJiMtlloat ; ungraded tiifxwl , 'in't
options steady ; .Itinc oloslni ? at 49e.
Outs liooplitti , r > M.Ix > j liuslii'lt ; exports
70IXKI Inmhelii spot Irrcpnliir ; No , 3 white ,
.U.\ < ii.'l.'iH ; mixed uesU'i n. uQ.ri'ioi ' white west-
uin , iilWHHjioptlont llrini'r : June elusln ; nu.
COIIPP OptloiH po | pil near nionths steady
fair , hitroly tteady. Sales. 'i' , 000 h.iisi .Inne.
ei" . : JilT..l > ; ! | iot Itlo Hun ; falr'eargow * . t-UOO.
Hninr } Haw , linn : ( VntririitfaN , W test. B'jc ;
rellned , ( Irinorj olTfi i-i standard AOUc , | iow-
( h're < l. ( ; ' , e.
I'etrolenm t'nllrd cloied .Inly lit tQ'iC.
> > , j rttVealnr. . western IPJUll '
I'lirkQulut nn si { I.UMiU..W.
ni.iiHclosed linn ; iiulit ; western steam ,
tc.15 hid.
llnttor Choice ahont slendy ; western dairy ,
GffilOo ; ereainery , l/anUes r.ltrln , Uc.
Chcosu WoaU ; western , O'itST' ' c.
Cl.vn.vNATi , Juno 4. Wheat Lower ; No. 2
red , liiaitio.
Corn I'lrinor ; No. 2 nixed. .
O.iLs-Htc'idys No.'J mixed ,
Whlsl < y-l.W.
ST. Lout" , Jniin 4. Wheat Closed lower !
cash , hie ; July , 6tV. *
Corn llrnij eash irj'dc ' ; July , 32f c.
Oats Lower ; cash , .T'jo ; July , ilU'iC.
I'ork-yiilet ut J1U ( Mt74UVr > .
Lard -Nominal all"i.7. > ,
llutter Uncliangcdjereaincry.lO ® lie ; dairy ,
MMIc.
.Mtt.wAUKEK Juno 4. Wheat Hasy ; No. 9 ,
spring , cash , b'li.c ; .Inly , fcOUo.
( 'orn-Inlli ) No. a. : c."ic.
O.its-Dnll ; No. 2 white , 23c.
Hyo-Qnlet ; No. \ , : > l'ic.
ll.trley Quit t ; No ' - ' . 4 c.
Provisions -Kaslor ; pork , JI2 S5
MisstiAi'OMH , Juno -Whe.it Receipts
t-\u ' ) ; on traok , SSUe , No. 2 northern , June ,
We ; July , bCci on truck. KVOHiC.
KA.N AmiT * . Juno I Wheat Haslerj No.2
hard , uash , 8"o ; No 2 ted , casli , bc.
( 'urn Lower ; No. 2 , eash. USo.
O its Steady ; No. 2 , eash , Juno 2C'Jc. '
LMUii-not , , Juno 4 Wlio.itr-.MurUot flrin ,
( Irin. mil poor ; holders olTer sparingly. Cali
fornia No. I , 7s ll'idi(7sM ' ! per vunt.il.
Corn Market linn ; demand fall , new mixed
weste.inisu'id ; per cental.
. Juno 4 Cattle Hecelpts , 14.imj
market stondy.ehHlnaweak ; beu\us.ll HVifr" > 0" > :
Hteurs , fm > UI70 ; stookors and feederTJ.ua
,1'JO , eows , Imlls nnd mixed , Jl..ri > S.l 3J ; Texus
steers , t. Wii-l W ) .
llo s-Hcc'Dlpts , ,1 , " > 10 ! market ISo lower ;
mixed , i I TOa.l N" , ; he.ij , J.1 ( j 3 1 87'4 ; light , * ) W )
( KIM ) ; skips. fl.Kva.t.'iO.
hheen Uecelpts , 12 , WO : market steady ; na
tives. t.J Vft."i M , westuin , HMtlSUl ; Texans ,
f I.T.iU4 80 ; l.i nibs , JT > Ol > a7.00.
Sioux : CITV. Juno -Cattlo Receipts. 1,000 ;
hlilpnients , 4IMI ; market steady , nnuhntiKcd ;
fat s'eois. $ ) . Viil.K ) ; stockurs and fee.lcrs ,
t , ' s.va.1 a" > ; comiiion to f.inoy cows , $ l.w : < a.'i2J ;
dinners and bulls. JI.OO.UUe.il ; o.tlves , $ . ' .00
( ai.'o.
llosIlccolpts ( , 2,10) ) ; market opened lowei ,
then dropped lUu on noon , cloMn0- weak at
hr. Louts. Juno -Cattlo Receipts , 11,000 :
slilpmeiits , , I.VU ) ; market strong ; fair to fancy
native steers , $ .1004.'JJ ; stockers and feeders ,
HOKS Rucolpts , 10.1/Mj shipments. 2rx)0 ) ; mar
ket lowui ; heavy , tlC.UJ.7.i ; packing , JJdoa
KANSAS Ctrv , Juno 4. Cattle Receipts ,
, r > ,200 ; nlilpments , , lOJ ; market Irre ulai ;
steers , t-jdivi l 70 ; cows , $ l.7"nfW.'i'J ; btockers and
feeders , } , l.'JVFi..70. )
Ilo -Iteeeipls. . 1,1.103 ; shipments , 2,200 ;
maiket lower ; all KI ades , $ .1 TCife I ( > 5.
O.JIA n. i it it 'M : s TO VK.
Cattle.
WLdnesd.iv , Juno 4 ,
fNtlmated receipts of cattle. 'ifW , compared
with H , > I7 ypstpidjiv and 3,221) ) Wednesday of
last wcok. The maiket opcmdslow and weak.
lint u bettei reeling soon became manifest and
sales bee. line moie active at steady ut lies on
e\ei > thlni ! e\eept the common giuiks of
cows , which weiu slow und lowei.
nitlmatcd receipts of hois 7,000. compared
with H..I7I jesterd.iv and Ci4lS Mi'dnesrl.iy of
lastvveeli , The inaikut ojiuncd , " > iiIOc lowei ,
slou and weak , but soon bcoamo active at the
decline , all chaimliu Irinds before midday ,
cloilii ! ? linn at tliu deelln ' . Kaniio of prices ,
f ! " Ki.iu ( ( ; IlKht. WiOiftl/n'j ; mixed. $ .1. . " , ® . ) ! * ;
- . The meiasoof thu prices
paid was f 1 14'4 comp ued. with f-l W i citerduy
and W.7."i'4 \\edne-lnj of last week.
I'rcvailliif * 1'rlucs.
Tlio following Is ; i table of prices pild In
this market for tin ) Krailo of stook mentioned :
I'llme steer . 1 IOJ to 11101) ) Ibs . . . .iMh'i © IU1
lloodsleeis. IJ.V ) tollV)3)s . : i.7 ( ) fftl.40
Ciood steers. 10V ) to I IJO Ibs . II W Gl 'M
Common , luoo to 1IVJ fts . . ( ir.1.70
Common eanners . 1 j ( TW.OO
Onllnnry to fair eows . 1 li ) ® J.i5 :
Kulr to KIKJI ! cows . l.'KI
Good to eliolco cow- , . 2,75 dt-l. l.ri
Cliolco to fanov eows . 2T >
Pair to KOod bulls . 1.7)
Cholto to fancy hulls . 2.10
LlKht stockers and feeders . 250 ® . ! 2.'i
I'teders , ini ) to HOflUis . 21H ) ( ft. I 70
Pali toeholco llcht lion's . 3 BO
Pair tocliolceheavv lie s . 3 CO
Pair to choice mixed IIOKS . U.JTl
CdiupaiMtivo
The followlin ; table shows the ran e In
prices on lie s ( luting thU and last wou'c :
! of I'rlues.
The following tiblo shows the rau o of
prlees p itit for ho - , :
Piilrtouholuu llclit lie s . M . " > 0 ffjl . " 'J '
Pair to cliolco lie , n v IIOTS . II fiO < i&l M
Pair lo choice mixed liojs . .1 57'51 OJ15
SIU.K1' .
I'rlmo fat sheep . li . ' ! > 175
Oooil flit sheep . 4 W ffi'i I )
Common to medium shcup . J 00 ( SI 50
Highest mill Ijjwost S-iloi ol" ITo ? .
Tod.iy , Veitorday.
lUjjlicst . { . .1C.HU'hest . JI75
Lowest . I TiO Lowest , . d 13
Stouk
Ofllelal yosluiday. Kstlm itod Today.
O.Utlo 171 eats. , I.-I7 Cattle. 1'ir eais 2.S33
lloe's. . . .117cais , IU71 .110 oais 7.WJO
fie Cost in' llo s.
The fell wing t ihlii nlvjs the .ivorufo oot
of luuson thn ( Into * iimntloau I , Imlu lln { llu
eostto lay , a > I ) ise > l up in s tie * ropjrto 1 :
Date. 1'ilce. Date. 1'rlco.
May 1 Mixi'i May 2 . W OP.
May II 3(1 ( ? " , May 1 . 3 ftt
May fl 'isi4 May 7 . 3 l i (
May H : if ! > May 1) ) . 1 1)74 )
Ma > 10 Mr ) May 1- . 3 UI'J '
May 1.1 3K ! ) May It . 3 fW'i
May 13 : i85'i May HI . 3 lil'j
May 17 1 IH'i May I'l ' . 3 h7
May 20 . 3 R.May 21 . .1 78H
May . ' 3 7VJ May 2) ) . I 71
MiiySI 372 May 2.1 . 3 7y
Mny 27 371 May 23 . 3 7r > U
Muv2' ' ( 3 73"J May 30 . 374
May 31 .1 7i ( Jnno'J . 370
JunoJ , 3 M June 4 . 3 5I34
M o I'rluo of lion's.
Show In the a > JIM (0 prleo p lid f ir loi'ln of
Ixvson thud.i > slndlu.ilua In IS MSit , Ujj and
Ih'K ) :
Dlnposltlou of Stook.
the luiiiilKT of oittlo bxi ht by
theluJdlnj buyers on to lay's m.irl.ut.
( UTTI.E.
hwlft A. Company . Ml
( leowo II Hammond ( Jo . lltt
Die Arinonr-Ciidahy I1 Co . 3lri
Omaha 1'uokln Co .
Leo Rothsi'lilld .
llenton .V L'ndetwood . . . 1,1
HiH'knr& Uoccn .
Ixihmann .V Traiiernmu .
Other liuyors .
Armpiir-Cndahy r.ioklinjOo . 8011
Omaha I'auklni ; Co . i " 11 ?
.
Thn ll. II. Hammond Co
JI I- ! ij'iulres ' . < . Co
Cudulniy liros
Itoprcsentiutvo Salon.
IlllESStll
No Av. I'r.CO No. Av. I'r. No. Av. Pr.
8 Ml CO 37 102:1 : l-l 30 20 11 a ) tl 05
3 tO tl.VJ a DO XI ll.M j 10
It tU 3 00 10M 3 UO IH lOuU 4 10
ll ) (179 ( 3 CA 105 3 Itt 7 1100 4 10
18 . * 375 12Ni 3115 40. 1117 4 10
IS K M 3 SO 1000 3 1X5 4 UU 4 10
40 tlti 3 H ) 10.17 4 00 18 121 1 4 IS
22 lUtt 3 SO 12IS 4 00 I ) 1233 4 IS
27 1010 3 M llWl 1 CO 20 1220 4 20
10. 10U U W 1175 10) 13 12W 1 25
Slltt'l'IMd AND nXI'OUT STEnilS.
2. . POO 1 73 2 . IXV ) 1 83 B. . 831 1 83
COWS AMI IIKIITHS.
22. . COI S60 1 . 014 2 73
STI.KI1S , YHAUl.t.SOS.
10. . 710 3 CO
STIIKItS AND IIKtrCKS.
23 . 53S 3 CO
Mtxit : > .
2. ltt 3 23
STAC9.
1..17BO .350
No. Av. Pr
Mstcors , shipping 1230 3 1)5 )
IIOOS ,
No. Av. Fh. I'r. No. Av. Ph. I'r.
12 . . . .237 J.I45 foi 23S 100 $ I.Y
0 . . .2111 3 4"i Ii3 2V ) .133
12 . .2.17 3 4" 4rt . : ! ' ) 120 3 55
o . . | so _ ; i r { , > . . * ja ) ,15.- ,
IS. . 21 347'i 5J . . 277 355
lo . . . 2'l ( bO 330 M . . 2t > 2 120 , ' 153
0.1. . 23d a wi .vi . 2-n r > o a 53
( 2 . . .201 40 3 no 01 . . . . 2.x ) 11,0 , 3 IB
57. . 21'J . ' 0 330 71 . . .21(1 ( lid 353
0(1 ( . .2V ) 200 330 fi'l ' . . 2i7 ( H ) 335
( s"i 221 120 350 71 . 2 W ) 355
( fl . 22s 3 50 Ul . 2s7 40 3 55
71 . . .23 ( ! 210 350 Mi . . .27S ICO 353
M ) . . . 18 1(0 ( 3 no 57 . . .2-1 f- ' ) 3 55
ci . . s 11,0 a no oi i"N ijo a 53
HI . . .212 UO 350 57 . .Ill ) 10 353
0233 t-0 3 50 (13 ( . 2M 120 3 55
711 . 21J 40 3 50 fili 24i ( 3 55
Mi 211 120 .1 50 M. . 270 80 3 55
71 . . . I U 100 350 5S 2" 2t-0 355
5.1 250 120 a 50 OS 2.11 N ) 3 53
5(1 ( . . . 2M1 lliO .150 04 . . .2i120 ( 355
73 . . .211 2SO 350 58 251 M ) 355
72 2.1' ) KiO .130 GO . . .y 355
72 . .241 350 ft ! . . .2 ( 40 ,155
7 . . 221 H ) 3 M 57 . . .2s3 40 355
57 . . .2:1' : ) 350 57 . . .257 40 355
fit . . .240 350 58 . 273 M ) 3 ( B
( f , . 230 330 III ! . . 275 200 .155
U5 214 210 350 5) ) . 203 355
Kl . . 225 40 3 50 ( .7 . . . . 2117 3 IB
' , ( } . . .22(1 ( 350 U ! . . . 2S'I ' H ) 353
U . . . .232 120 350 58 . 2s5 355
78 . . 203 40 3 50 57 . . 24S 3 55
5 ! ) . .210 100 350 d7 . 257 .155
58 . 2bU U-0 330 70 . . .274 120 ,1V
30 . . 25,1 350 U ! . rfll 120 3 57"a
71) ) . 241 210 350 58 30.1 3574
30 . .2TI 2rfl 350 ( , . ' . 255 SO 3 57'j
dj . . 2.V ! lliO 3 30 W . 2Vi W 3 57'S
r , > 2X ( ) 200 .1 30 4l . 2V 11,0 3 571 !
3li 231 40 330 M . 2. > J SO ,157' ,
( 1 . . .241MI 3 TiO Ul ' "K , 40 3 57'5
( ,7 , ' H l-'O 3 W ( . 'I ' 2,0 ( 1M ) 3 57"j
M . .2iO ( lliO 330 li" . 211 100 .1 57'j
.VI 244 120 350 .71 . . .211 200 357' ,
U5 . M 350 V.2.15 40 3 37's
( fl . 2dJ 352'j W ) . 2'U ' i-0 3 57'S
3i ( . 2il ( 40 .1 5J'S 118 . . . 207 200 3 57'J
( J . . .251 fcO 33. " , 37 . . . 277 .1 57'5
57 . 21.0 3 5J'i 50 . , K5 40 3 M )
d7 . . .25 ( ) 3 iij'i ' Ul . . . 2U" " ) 3 W )
05 . .2ti.l 200 35J'4 ft I . . . .Hb .1 ( O
I S 258 120 3 52" 5J . : "H i-0 3 ( a
57 . .2 8 40 3 32J d- ' WU 201) ) .1 Ifl
M . .2W SO ,1 52' , m 21)5 ) .1 00
7,1. . . .211 t-0 3 OJ'i 5S . JUKI ,1(4) ( )
Ul . 270 N ) 3 5J'i 5.1 ,127 240 3 U )
t)5 . . 257 tO 3 55 5) ) . . 2TI 300
52 . . 2 < K ) f-0 3 55 51 . 311 60 3 W )
72 .2.19 t-0 3 55 ( ,0 . . 312 3 ( fl
1.2 . . .270 t-0 3 55 CO ! I25 40 .1 ( iO
51 . . . .UK ! 80 335 51 178 2H ) 3 W )
( ill 275 3 V 01 . 2117 3 W )
71 . .215 120 .153 51 . . 277 40 300
58 . . .2iO ( 355 1,0 , . . .270 120 3 bO
( , ' ) . . .271 12i ) 353 57 1104 100 3 < )0 )
d5 . . .270 353 51 . 21)8 ) 40 300
U . . .2M ) 80 355 45 J1U 200 3 ( iO
01 . . .2I7 ! 200 335 5.1 . . . .ift > 3 80 300
02 . . . . .ZVtO \ 355 112. . . 2J.1 bO 300
02 . . . .2M ) bO 353 31 . . . .ill 3 E1'
50 . .341 3 ( is 08 . . .20.1 40 3 OJ'i
M . 2"K " ) 210 3 55 30 . : U7 hO 3 05
07..27J 1(0 ( 333 54 3JO 3 03
bO . . .233 ICO 333
Market Mention.
Swift i Co. Tuesday bought 1,127 cattle.
Tuesday was thu biggest inn for neatly a
yuii.
Hogs lower.
Cattle ste.uly.
11. riihut marKetcd a car of hogs from Kdl-
hOII.
hOII.C.
C. II. I'lurco of WlUotivIlIo , bent In n c.irof
hogs.
Alter Ilrothcrs of Grand Island , marketed a
c.irof cattle.
The Hank of Coin sent oer hogs and cattle.
Wagers & Dovlu had a car of hogs on the
maiket fiom O'NcIl.
L.G.Lewis came up fiom H.iglu with a car
each of eattlo and hogs.
J , II. Caldwull of Clc.iimont , was on the
niaiKct with a cat of hogii.
J. 1' . Taylor of Ashton was on the market
with a cat cauh of cnttluand ho s.
It. I1. Dovvnor , a well known shlpperoC Arapahoe -
ahoe , had a cm of hogs on the market.
I' . , llortmoycr , a well known stockman of
btanton , came up w Ith a car of cattle.
L. G. Todd. a ptoinlntnt feeder of Union ,
was up with two c.u.s of c.itlleol his own
feeding.
It C. Oldham , one of the oldest shlppuis to
this maiket , was op fiom Itcavcr ( Jay with
two cars of cattle.
W. A. ICeysor. a successful fntinor and
feeder of Armada , eamo tn with a c.ir of ho s
of his own fcLillng.
n'JHHKS.tIi : 3l.lltIir.TS
Proiluue.
TISII IVrlb : Tiosh whltuaml trout , 10llo )
plku. HflilOo ; plckeiel , tile ; salmon , l * > e.
lltni- ' . I'LI.TS AND T\itow ( Jicen salted
hides , IVS5o ; dr. salted hides. 4'i ' < ir-53 c ; diy
Hint hides , Sc ; ealf hides , I'jfa l'c. Damnged
hides Bu less , hheep polls gieen , each ; 5)c ) ©
J1.J1 ; slieep pelts , dr > . per Hi , ( XiMIc ; tallow ,
No. 1. ' ® . : So i , Ji4jvo ; grease , white ,
J'.Hllo ' ; yellow , 2' ' llc.
IlnASS Hand pleked navy , f 1.00(76 ( 1.71 ; hand
picked navy , medium , M.Wa.l.W ) ; baud picked
country , Jl.KWI ( U ; oed cle in , $1.2321.10.
AIM-LI : IlUTTKii 1'ur Hi , ( , © < ' .
AVooir-l'Ino unwashed , IKalOc ; medium un
washed , Ibffl2le , coai-o unttaHhed , lKU,20e.
Kuits-Ileaver , IHM Ib. * . ' .50'in ni : each. * 1 00 ®
7.00 ; otter , e.rrh , lWr.7Hj ) ( ( ) wolf , each. 5 > 8Sc ( ) ;
coon , each , 4Xi.l5j ( ( ! ( ; mink , uuch , .10'iOe ; muskrat -
rat , fall. NTM2o ; mnslciat , wlntei , ICKQll'iu ;
hkunlc , 23tJIOo ; b.uUei , IlluUIt.OO ; tleer skins.
] ) er Ib , 20iioOc ; deei skins , winter , pur Ib , IJ ®
22c.
22c.OinsflRS pnr box , Mediterranean sweets
1300 ; I.os Angeles , $1 00 ; fancy Duattu seed- ,
lings. * l.50 ; Ho-M. WOO
1'IM.AI'l'l.t.S-l'lT lloz , ? , ' .5 > aVI 00.
bTii\wuniuiis : 1'ur case iliulco bhlpplng
stook. * . ' .7V(7i.liO ( : good. $ ; .OOttJ 'r )
UiliKK-l'er bbl , rellned , * il V ) ; half bbl. f 1.50 ;
hard elder , put u , per bbl , $ " > UO : oiangu elder ,
half bbl , $7 00 ; pu.irchlur , half bill. K7 00.
IHi.itoiiMA UllKltltlLS 1'ei 10 Ib bin , JI.50 ®
SOI.
SOI.Inio.
In\io. > s l'or box , Mussina , fanoy , fl.50QA.00 ;
btilutly cholcu , * 1.23l 50.
ItN \ \s-l'er bunch.
lliiTTi'.it-t'ieameiy , fanoy mils , print , [email protected]
19'j ctuaincry , fancy , solid packed , Iix3l8e ;
cieamury , choice , UitlV : dairy , fancy rolls
and prints , UVSUu ; dairy , fanuy , snlld packed ,
IK&lio ; dairy , choice , lvalue ; countiy loll ,
fanoy. 8'K" choice , 74JScj inferior , BU.IS.
Kdtls IK > pei do4 tot htrlutly flesh ; btalo
stock nut saleable.
Ilo.Mrt-ynotatlonsaro : ( for delivery In Chl-
c.i4i > . ) Dry bult'.iUi pur ton , ! IO.OO180U ; dry
oountry , bleached. < 1UOO | J oo ; diy countiy ,
damp and muat > . ? lXVtilu ( IN ) ,
VKitTAiit.ts- southern onions , per bbl ,
( I.50&.UIO ; horseradish , pi rddi Hints , il.2o ; now
8outlioril iHitatoes , MOO per bbl.
Jlil.lilhH .1'ittlo per Ib.
DIIK HCD Vt.iirCholcu medium , UJ'ei light ,
[email protected]'e : heavy. 4Q.V.
.
1'er hundred. JlOO ,
l'UKl.18 Mudluin. pur bbl , 4,110small , M50 ;
gherkins , t'M ; V S. II. chow chow , ills , t3.b3 ;
pints , f.l.n
I'OTATOi's-l'cr bushel , ftinpy , : w335e ; fair to
good , 20&23C.
I'OL'I.Ttn 1'er dozen , ehuk'o hens t-l.23QI.OOi
choice , mixed , } l ooa.1 3,1 ; roostur-i , W.waB.73 :
spring chickens , J..uo for small ; * . ' .23&2.5U for
medium ! 1.00 forlaigu ; Iho turkeys , per Ib ,
ODIOc.
OAI.U-OII.NIA VfOKTAm.ES l'otntoes , per Ib ,
2'jc ; cabbage , per Ib , 3'iQlci ' onions , pcrlb , 4c.
Oi-ooorlt'N.
St'OAiiH-Cut loaf , 7)io ) ; out loiif oubo/i / , 7c ;
Klandanl , powdered. "Vic ; XXXX , powdered ,
7Se ; giaiiulated. standard , ! ' , ; coiifeetlonori >
A.O'io ; white , uxtra , 6'4o ; extra O , Nebruvkn ,
5iiu ; amber. 5140.
fancy old poibcrry 27 < ? t Itlo , clu l'n to fancy
21 4Ct lllo , prime.vlrct lllo. Roiijt 22ioj fan-
tin anJ cinnmoii It.o. IU 2lc. Mtiiiha.XHJ ! Java ,
BriiiiliiP.O. U Situs Jn * ii good Interior , 23c :
African. 22'c ' , ,
1'Mil vu i-of * foot ) " ' Ilnrloy iZMSct farlnn.
5c , peas 10 ; o.ltmeal. IV M macaroni , Iocs
vermicelli , iocs lice. 4'itG'iCi wage ami tapioca.
Oi ,7ei llmnltoiiiii.0o. . .
Olt.s Kerosene r. W. . JO'jpj w. W. . Me
headlight , I J'ic : RaKollno. I2o ; , ilitl ( oltfll.UtO
n.U ) perdu ? . Llnoecd Haw. f.lc ; iKillcd. i lo.
M i ATS Smoked hams. KTlb ! average , iocs
mokcd hams , 20 to221b < . ' V. ' : emokcd hums
U ! to 14 llx. loifc ; brplikfast bacon. 8'lc ' : ham
sausagc.c'iC ! picnic linniH.Tos drle < l beef hams ,
8'fC ! beef toiiKttus , per tloz. , } o.00i dry salt
" " '
- ' , tiercescue , ; keltlc.tlerces.
7'ic.
t'ANNF.t ) MIAT : 1 Ib much tongue. t2.75j 2 11) )
Itinch tongue , fl.73 ; 1 Ib corned beef , tl.fio : 2 Ib
corned beef. J..a5 ; U II ) cornt-d beef , W 50 : 14 Hi
corned beef , * I4 00 : 2 11) ) boneless iihis' feet.
J..20i 1 Ib P.nglLih brawn. ll. ; 2 Ib Kngllsli
blown. * J.IRl l ! Ib KiUllsh bniwn , W.75 ; 1 Ib
chluped beef. l.MHij l Hi compressed ham , } 1,05.
Koi'K llasis-JIaiillla rope. r > c : sisal rope ,
12'jCj ' cotton rope. Idc : now pioeess , S'jc.
Cono.N TVVIM. Illbb , M r > line , 3 01 4 ply ,
22c : line. ! Woi Daisy , Ibcs candle wick , 22c.
.VKs Quarts , per do ? , . ) . ? ! ; pints , per doz ,
W.2.1 ; bulk , poi Kill , inc.
ViNKtiAii > HKr. ) elder , lOo ; good , 12c : white
wine. I.lo ; fancy fruit. 8c.
STOVI : 1'oi.mti K 0017.1 81 per gross.
inns Ant. , per 100 , $17.00 ; l.ewlston , per 100 ,
MoMs m Itbls , N. O. fancy , per gal,5VS33c ( ;
choice , 45-,47c ( ? ; good. . ' Vi4.l2LCuba ; baking , 28
® 'He ; black stiap , 2iXj'.V.
WuAi't'i.Nn I'At'i it-hltaw per ID , I'JOB'ic ;
ins , , l'e ; Miinllla II. 5Uio ( ; No 1. sc.
lUim I'nlon ' ( iiiare , iwMl percent olT list.
( At.T-Dalry 2so Ibs In bbl , bulk. W.IO ; best
RI ade. Ml. 5s , i.1. ) ; best grade , nxi. .h. i..40 ; best
guide , Is , 10s fcj.20 ; rook salt , crushed , $1.80 ;
lommon , bbl , $1.23.
SOVP I'astlle. mottled , per ID , OJIIOcj do ,
white , per ID , He.
IlliooMX-l'ailor. 5 tic. HOO : t lie. $ . ' .75 ; 2 tlo ,
fJ.B3 , stables , } 'H5 , eommoil , tl.Y \ < il. 5.
CoLiA-1i-lb tin. 4do peril )
CimiobATK 22i4.l3c per Hi ; Cerman chicory ,
t'ANM.'n OOODI 1'rults , California stand ml
brands , B'4-lb. pet do/ April ots. ? l.i > VTJI 71 ;
apricots , pie fruit , JI 50 ; gallons , ji.vi- black
berries , JB.20 : eheirles , black , UBilffl..S.l ; cher
ries. white. t25ft2..l ! ; grapes f | ifcy,6i M > ; pears ,
It'litlett , * . ' .III2 23 ; pe.iehes , \ ellow , $ . ' IftiW 21 ;
peaches. lemon cling. W Id : plnnis egg , Jl ( > .V(4
1.80 ; | linns , golden drop , il.si , pinms , gieen
gages , Jl.uViM.si ) ; peaches with lilts In , Jl M ;
euiiants. t-MU ; goosehetrles * , ' r , ; iiilnees | ,
UK ) ; i.i-pbeirles , f.'so ; str.iwbeiiles , < . ' . .10 ;
peaches , , l-lb eastein slnndaid . ? l l ; , l-lb pie ,
SI 10 ; 0-lb pie , * , ' .0 > : gallons , pie J.IOI ; apph s ,
high staiidaidH. J. 75 ; BID gimseheiilei , IKc ;
2 f ! > sliawbeiiles. IKXfflile ; 2 Hi laspbotiles ,
* l.0fl ; l-lbblui'bi'rilos.sxiiUOe.B Ibblackberiles.
UVS''ic ; 2-lb stiawbeiiies , incsc i\ed , $1 N ) ; 2 ID
i.ispbctrles. piesei\ed. Jl.sJ ; J-lb blackbeirlcs ,
picscMed il.211 ; pine ipplcs , II ihania chopped ,
L'.lK2-lh ) ; U ih ima giateil , i.'T'i ; 2 II ) llaham.i
sliced , * 2.V ) ; 2-lb standaid , | | ( ( | J12VUI.50 :
cheiiles , 2-lb ltd , Haltlmote , S.VSy.e ; pears.
B-lb.il. M.
SAI.8ODA Hbls , l * > e ; gianulaUd , 2c ; kegs ,
riiA < I'kgs. CO Ibs to bof ) ' , ! 1 c.
NITS AlmoiKls , lie ; Itin/lls , 120 ; filberts ,
l.'lc ; pecanHe ; walnuts. 12'ae : iieaniit cooks ,
8e ; loaslcd , U'c ; Tennessee peanuts , tie.
Dnuos ( Giocuts ) 1'ci ID. boiax. 12e ; cop-
lioias , 2'4c ' ; bay Iea\es , He ; glue. Hie ; epsom
alts , 4c ; glauber salts , .ic ; sulphur , B'-.c ; blno
\Itrlol , IKalum ; , 4c ; tailiulc acid , 4 Jo ;
resin , 2c.
CUM sr. 1'ull cieani twins , 12' ' sc ; full cieam
Ohio * wlss , llic ; full cieam Wisconsin Swiss ,
[email protected] ; full cieam brick , IJc ; full cream llm-
btlrgei r-wlss , l.lc : fancj fchej hojgnn b.c ,10'jc.
VKii.r\iiris : Tomatocs-.l Ib extra , Jl.lX ) ; 3
Ib standaid western biands , CxTi'i.lc ' ; gallons.
stilctlj slandatd , } -.KI. Coin I Inest giown ,
$1 50 ; gllttdged sugar corn , \cry line , JLVI ;
choice 2 Hi simai coin , f 1.20 ; 2 ID e\tia western
biands , 3.YrCl. ) : 2 ID standard western ,
biands , lKi,7iic. Mushrooms Hi rrench , o\-
ti.i line , B2ilB3o ; llbrienth. HIIL. IVfiBBi1 ; lib
I'lench , oidinary , llntisc. 1'i.is Ties , fine per
I'.inSlc ; dcml-llne , pel can. Ifipj B Ib sifted ,
JI.CO ; Blbeaily June , f -'MM 1 .S3 , BID Maiiow ,
slandaid biands , fl.10 ; 2 ID so iked 57i' . htilng
beans BID DUD grade. Kef use Klc ; B ID ( ! olden -
den wax buans , 75e : 2 Ib stiinj beans. 70" ;
Lima beans 2 Ib Miaktd , 75c , ItniUm bakid
buans .1 Ib Lewis. Jl.ai ; Clown biiind. $150.
Swtet pitatois , llb New .It istj , JI.ML rump-
kins . ( Ib , fl 10. Okr.i antf tomatoes. $ I.o (
oki.t. M M ; succotash , fl.Bi )
I'lsn t'odllsh , e\tia ( Jcor is. new , 5'ie ;
grand bank. new , ric ; slhur. 2-lb blocks , ijo | ;
snow white 2-lb bi lek- now , s > , t , Tuikeycod ,
largo middle ! bikks. Me- ; snow while elites ,
U 1 Hi boM's , 7'tc , Iccl-ind liiil'but 'If , medium
sualul botilii ! ; , Bio ; No. 1 sealed hen Ing. 2.'c ;
domestle Holland lieiilnV > c ; llninburg
splctd heirlng , Jl 50 ; Knsslan saidlms , T.'c ;
uusslan saidllics , plain , 55e ; Iniporli (1 Holland
heiilng , tiown bi.ind , Klc ; do fancy mllUeis ,
! 0c ; maekeiel , No. 1 shoie half bills. Bl 100 ;
bloateis , half bills , f IH ( X ) ; w'hlte fish , half bbls ,
S7.UO ; tiont , half bbls , $510 , family white fish ,
$ .100 ; silmiin , KIO ; I-lb m.icki r.-l ( herring ) ,
Ut.OOSt.10 ; 1-11) llnnan Inddhb , S1.71 ; 1-lb lob-
slots , $ .MV52.25 ; l-lli Alrtska salmon , Aleut ,
SIM } ; 2-lb oysters. 10 oSI.'iS ? 1-lb ovstcis.5 07 ,
81. II ; 2-lb selects , 12 oJ2 3.1 ; 1-lb clams , llttlo
necks , 81,21 ; 2-lb clams , llttlo necks , tK ( ) ; " -Ib
sardines , Imi > oi ltd , pel case , 100s , $1.1 0 < XU.20 00 ;
'j-lb ( inputted boneless satdlness. 2lc : H-lb
sardines. American , per case , 100s , riench
stjlc , W.W1300 ; ' 4-ID saidlnes. Amcilcan. peir
ease. 100s , 1 rench hlylc , $7.1JSOO ; i-D ! s.u-
dlnes. mnstaid. pel c.iso. 5Us , $1.73(24.00 ( ; Im-
poiled kevhardlnes f 1 1.OJ.
Dltii.ii 1'nins Cuiianls , new , O'if(78c ( ;
pi uiics , casks. I , I 0 Ibs , d a7e ; pi uncs. bin , 01
lug , 7ii7'ic ( ; cllion peel , dinnis , 20 Ibs , 22c ;
Itmon jieels , diums , 20ifaid ; dates , boxes , 12
Ibs , 1'c ; apilcots , choke uvapoiatcd , He ; aprl-
( ots.jullj fined , 2" , 11) boxes , He ; apiltots ,
fanuj,23 ID boxes. Idc , apples , cliolco uMipm-
ated , ll'jc ; itpiiks. pi line new. lOc ; llgs. lai ( r.
K ) pel cent tiiie , l.l'iej ' In sicks , 7e ; I'cislan
dates , 7o ; Salk l ake applvi , 1'ie ; blncKbei lies
exapoiated , TO Ib boxes , ln1c ; chuiiles , pitied ,
dr\ cured , I tc ; jieachcs pared , fancy , lKcX.dc ;
choice. Ilio ; Salt Lake , Oc-j pitted plums al. ,
llbboxci , 8'jfit'l'jc ' ' ; r.ispbuiilos in apoiuled ,
N. V.new.lle : pi lines , U. ( ' . . MI-70 , lOCulJ c ;
oian upeel. He ; i.ilslns , Callfoinla , London
eioplHR ) . { 2.10 ; Cal. loosu musealels , crop | s'K ) ,
$ .MI ( ; Valenelas , ISsH , 7c , Valencia , new , Ilo ;
t'al. steds sks. , 8e ; Ondur.i , lajui. now , llu ;
diled giapes. 5c ; piuncllcs , new , 14c.
Drills.
Quinine , per o/ , I * , . .x.V , lnc ; German , 40c ; In
digo , per HI , ? Ju ; Insect ponder , Idc ; opium ,
11)1 ; morphine , pel oM.III hops , iiei Ib , ,10c ;
gbcetlne , 21c ; dextilne , l.'c ; cuttlelioue , Ille ;
ere. 'in taitui , pur..lie , eommeiclal , 18c ; cam
phor , 50c ; a m , caili , 14c ; blue xltrol , 7'jc ' ,
At Ids Caibollc , llKslccltilc,4V ! ; ( l7ctanaiiic : ,
: i7f'"c ; hiilphuilc. p'l 11) , Itu. Oils ' pel m ,
Cilc ; turpentine. 50c : Tonka be ins , tl.7.1 4l 'K ) ;
balsam loin , .MrJIUc ; lalonu 1 , 0Ti'i7icanlhar ; -
. idles , i 1. HKgl.il ; tassii buds , Blxr . ' .V : chloin-
foini , TiCiiMo ; ergot , I'fo.Uc ; gum arable. 51'B
! llc ; glycerine. SBitfJ.it.lycopodlnm ; , 4.4il'jo ' ;
meicuiy , 81c. _
llrocic TIN Small pig. 2io per ID ; bar , 30o
pei Ib.
I'oi'i'i it Planished bollui sl/es , IrJ'Je uer Ib ;
cold lolled , - ' ' per Mi ; hlieathlng , > e pel Ib ;
bills and Hals. 2'ic ] iciIb. .
l\l.VAM/H ! > hllM.r Ilios Dlso't 50-10 jier
cent , pat. ( dan. lion , No2IJI27 , A , 10'H ; ,
'lUe. '
'lUe.RO
OOMNO L'llilK'o.ll , I. C1. , 14\20 , 112 , J5.15 ; I.
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Mil CT Ilios No. 20 , JJ.03 ; No , 27. fl.73.
f-OI.Iim I4T/1V.
Tl\ l't\TE-I. C. , 10\14 , 2.15 , J7.2. ) ! I. X. , 10\I4 ,
" 23. iu no.
TIN I'l\Tr.-CoUe , 10x14. 223 , it 2.5.
STKI- . NAII.S llase , 5 > 5 23.
STIII.I. Wiiu : NAII.S li.ise , SJ.C5.
WIIIB Jap. bail ) , Jiooj galv. , tl.lr .
Dry
IlB\vv Hnowv COTTONS Atlantic A , 7' c ;
Atlantic II , 7c : Atlantic I ) , o e ; Atlantic l > ,
( if : Aurora C , Pe ; lluek's Head , ov : Cabot
W.G'je ' ; Daillngton , ll'ic ; 1 annul N .No. 1 , V
4'ic ; llooslir LL.5'iu ; Indian Head,7'iej Law
rence LL , 5'e ( : llcnilett i LL , 5'4e.
TIM : HIIOWN Conovh Atlantic LL. Co ; An-
roia II , n > 4ci Auiora K , O3.t ; A this O N It , 7'ii'S
chee.su cloth , Ic : Clifton II , 5'c ' , I'epporell U ,
CMLangdon ; ( J It , DC
Ili.KAf nin COTTONS lloikeley cambric N'o.
CO. Uu ; llest Vet , OVc ; llutteicloth XX , 4He :
t'abot , 7',1'i ' livvhrht Anchor , DCS niluttonW.
S. . 7',1'i Ilrst Call. o'e , riult of the I m ,
h o ; Illll fcmpci Idem , bo ; IlniisekeeperMu ;
King Philip cambriu , Kic ; ijaiiKdon U llliije !
Lonsdnlu , hji ( . ; Lonsdalo cambile , iocs Now
Votk mills , lie ; ( Jak Lawn , 7c.
HIIPI riMls AMI I'll i.ovv < HsiMisliDwn
Net 1'epperell. 45 In , lllo ; I'tippuiell. H 1 , I8c :
I'enpeiell , tl-4 , 20c : IVjiiierull. lll-l , 22c : lltka ,
4sfn , l.'e ; Utlca , 5In. . IT'iv : Itlca ! , 78 Inlo ;
I'tlca. Kiln , ttUij I'tlca. IWIn , 2 > ' , e. Illeaehed
Not-1'onpeiull , 42 In , Kit's Venpcrull. Kiln , Ilo ;
I'epperell , 0-1 , U'sc ' ; I'enpcrell , BMet I'ep-
perell , ll-l , 22ci I'uppeiell , 10-1 , 24 : Utloii , 8-4 ,
2li'i I Men , 0-4 , We ; l'tk'ti'll.nVu. ' ( > ! ! .
UI.SUIUMS Amoskeag , C o : Amoskuag ,
dress , hie ; Hates , ri'e ; Warwick , dtiss , 7'e ' ;
Laiu'iister , G'4c ; ( ilenalre , CjUo ; Whlttenton ,
dri'ss.H'.c. .
1'itisTs IndUo llluo JSnr--Martha ' Washington -
ington , lie ; American , llVtr ; Ainold , d'.ic ; Ar
nold II. Joiu cloth. lOe ; HtlfiH A. ISc ; Jleirl-
mack \ , lee ; Oold Leaf , hjc ; Hamilton , 51405
Allen I'lnlts , fl'ie ; Allen Cliumhray , Co ; Oloii-
cinter , 5'c.
ritiNTjf"raneies--iiiystoiio ! ; ( ( ! , n'to ' ; Hlcel
Hiver , Oo ; Haniano4'u ; St. Leger , 5lju. , Shlrt-
Ings Malthaashlngton , 4tiu ; Mcirlmauk ,
4'ic. Turkey Heds I'ountaln , O'c ; Uarncr ,
7c : Crutlcld. h'u ; llcrlln , Oic.
WllAN Net , Thistle 7'ie 'S Hed Cross , 7c.
Coi.oiu.ii C\MIIIIII-S Crown. 4'401 Hed htar ,
< lic ; rolled Clover , 5j ; Slater , Co ; high colors ,
Ic extni.
CltAHll Slovens' II , Ifl-ln.S iosSlovens' 1) , 18-
in , Oc ; htovens'Alil-ln. 7ui Stuvens' I' , Ih-ln ,
'iu ; J-tovens'M. 18-In , 8'c ' ; Htevens' N , 20-1 ti.
Me ; btovuns * .NN. 22-ln , O'o ; btovcnb' SjHT , 20-
In. ll'io ; blcaclied , Iu extra.
viini-iir.s York Nankin , 10'ic ; Everett 8-
01 , lees Lowlston. I0o22'iOS U'orklnfiuun'a ,
14oi Corkscrew cashmuro , 22'ic.
Itonil
WASHINGTON , Juno -I. [ Special Telegram
: o THIJ DBE.J Boudu offered. tll3K ( ) at
A HHY MIljfjlONAIItn.
Jolm \ \ ' . Mncknj'w Kotlrlni ;
\Vlicn yi Comes ( ( New York.
The fast express from the west 1ms
lust rolled Into the Grand t'eutrnl tlopot.
There Is the usual hurry mid bustle and
the wild BhoutB of thu cabmen. This
piipxciifror who allfrhts , takes his valit-o
and utnbreUit in his hand and { joes atoiif *
in a businef-sltke way , is one of the
wealthiest men in the world. Jt is John
\V. Maekay , the famous boimn/u king.
Ho has just ruluriieil from a trip across
the continent and an inspection of HOIUO
of the mines that ho is interested in ,
says the Now York Press. Ho is a re
freshing sight in these dnys , for ho isn
millionaire who shuns notoriety. Ills
fellow piiPbcntfera never dreamed who
the quiet , unassuming man who Hit in
the corner of the ear with his head
buried in a nowspapiw hour after hour.
Ho did not oven take the precaution to
telegraph in advance for an elaborate
suite of rooms. Ho wont to the hotel
where ho usually stops , was assigned tea
a $ o n day room on the Hroadway nido of
the hout-o , ami In a few moment's was in
the Ini'fjo dining room , onjty ing a no
more expensive dinner than the average
drummer.
Ho is as shy as a schoolgirl , makes no
pretence of wealth , keeps his own roun-
hol , steers clear of reporters and was
never known to give an interview for
publication. Ho never ansuers any of
the thousand begging letters that como
to him in the cour-o of a month , pays
no attention to what his neighbors are
doing , but rather minds his own busi
ness a unique proceeding in this day.
How much money ho is worth is still a
topie of speculation. His fortune is
placed an > where from t feO)0,000 ( ) ( ) to
! ! 00)0 ( ) < ) , < M)0. ) Perhaps the ilrst Mini is
nearer th < 5 truth. But nobody will ever
know until ho dies. Ho lias no confi
dants. Ho Is really the lust of the Big
Four who ruled tlio mines of the west
for bo many years.
It may DO just as well right here to
say that there it , one topie on which Mr.
Maekay talks to his most intimate
friends. This is his wife. Ho is as
much in love with her today as ever.
There is nothing that delights him
quite so much as to read of her social
success abroad. That bho should have
conquered even among queens in the
Old World is no small feather in the cap
of one who was once a washerwoman in
a mining camp. Mr. Maekay is proud
of her , but ho laughs at the newspaper
reports of the ridiculously largo sums
that she is supposed to bquander on her
entertainments abroad. And well ho
may ; for while Mrs. Maekay entertains
lavishlv , she is not extravagant. It is
not unlikely that she may visit this
country during the summer.
OJAY OOUIjI ) CIIANOKI ) COATS.
Xola'H Not tl mid n Pack of Cards Fell
Into AVronj * HauilH.
While Jiiy Gould was stopping last
week at tho'Auditorium hotel Manager
Brchlin suggested a trip to the top of the
tower , says the Chicago Post. The
"Wi/.ard" thought the idea a good one ,
and , requesting Breslin to send for his
coat , acquiesced , liroslin went for the
co.it himself , slipping his check to the
co.it room boy \\itli Jay Gould's. Ho
helped Mr. Gould on with his co.it and
then donned his own. It was a little
tight , but Breslin wasn't looking after
his own comfort that day. But Gould a
co.it didn't seem to lit well. It was too
large. Ho said nothing , howe\er , until
thrusting his hands into the outside
pockets ho drew forth a pack of cards.
"Well , now , I know that I ha\o been
accused of many things , but surely no
one can bulievo mo bo low as that , "
ejaculated Mr. Gould , showing the pack ,
ace up , to lircblin.
"Of course not , " replied the manager ,
pulling in turn from his overcoat pocket
bomething which proved to bo a copy of
Zola's latest work. "I too , " said ho ,
"h.ivo boon accused of charging rather
htilT prices for board and lodging , but
not oven my most bitter denunciator
would even suggest my having bunk to
M ) low a depth as to carrj one ofCola's ,
hookb mound with me. "
"Wo can't have the right coats , " baid
Mr. Gould.
"Of course not , " said Mr. Breslin.
"Let's got the right ones , " baid both ,
and back they wont to the eo.it room.
"You got the right co.its , " declared
the boy in charge. ' 'The trouble isMr.
Breslin , when you took them they y ° t
mixed up somehow ; bothat jou Inuo got
on Mr. Gould's and Mr. Gould has on
yours. "
The t wo gentlemen saw the correctness
of the boy's assertion , and without look
ing each other in the eyes made the
change and ascended the tower. While
Mr. Gould was ga/ing toward the north
Air. Breslin excused hinibelf a moment ,
and going to the bouth side of the tower ,
Hung the pack to the ground. At the
Mime time Mr. Gould was observed to
h irl from him over the wall scmir-thing
w liich n bybtiindor declared looked very
much like u book.
lYiulo AVitli South America.
Fiom an open letter by Alfiod B.ilch
on "Trade witli Soutli America , " in The
Century ib taken the follow ing : "Amer
ican manufacturers have been in the
habit of forwarding to Columbia , such
goods as they thought the Columbians
would buy , and have then been surprised
to lind they made no sales. Many of
the.je goods wore absolutely do-id stock
for the bimplo reason that the people
had not an idea of how toHO them or
could not apply them. What is the use ,
for example , of shipping a McCormiek
reaper 10 larmors inai grow no
wheat ? Some of the goods bent
out could not bo sold because
in a country of canoes and
pack mules , they could not ho carried.
Far instance , the standard American
white cotton is woven twenty-seven
inches wide. This cannot bo sold in
Columbia , because with pack-mules the
cargo , or iwok , must not be more than
twenty-two inches long , as otherwise it
will gall the hips and shoulder of the
animals. American cotton can bo roped
on a pack-mule , with the bolt lashed
vertically , but buch a pack is very apt
to got disarranged , and the eargoro , or
muleteer , charges moro for the trouble
ho is put to. Naturally the merchants
in the interior of the country purchase
English or Gorman cotton , woven to
forty-four and folding to twenty-two
inches. "
Did Tlii.s Hello .Steal ChluUeim ?
The state by over one hundred wit
nesses , lias been trying to prove Alice
Pollock of Rlploy township , daughter of
u farmer prominent in political and
church circles , guilty of petty chicken
and bneon stealing , wiys a Lrawfonlvillo ,
Intl. , dispatch to the Chicago Times.
She is a beautiful brunette , about eigh
teen years old. the hello of the neigh
borhood. Depredations hiuubuun going
on for the last few months. Farmer
Beam claims she is guilty because she
had in her possession his favorite speck
and long-neck hens , and the theory of
the prosecution la that she has boon
stealing and boiling them. The cause it ,
unoxpluinnblo , as her father is wealthy
and blio always has all the money the
wants. The whole neighborhood is ex
cited , us she Is the favorite of the \11
Inge. The court room IB crowded and
the maiden IH In tears.
FEMALE BEANS
AbitoluUly reliable , | > orf it tlrfcafe , inert powerful ft male
nvrulatorkiiown never fair S aIMH jtortpaM.une bo *
Loaves . nUi ( < 0 .ill'IUlNuToN At , ' Arrives
Omaha. I Depot loth Anil Ms on Mroi'H OniKlin.
4 SO p m ( lilrngo Ktprim 8 Ul n in
I hlrnco Kipn < (1 ( .M p m
9 IS p in Chlrnito Ktj > re < 4 P Ml n ni
( ISO p nil Chlmpo Ujcul f in n m
lllMlI.LVdTOtf A MO H1V1JII Atrltov
U imlm I Depot loth ami Mnion street * Hum ha.
IUI5niu | Deavrr Dor K | irt' " i 4 IU p m
1015 n tu ) ( > .IV | < in
6tipm ' .Iionvor MKht U M n m
JJM it m | Lincoln * U f 00 | < in
leaves ' If 0 tff . .1V II - Arrlvoi
Oiiinlm | .Depot 10th nnd Mason Mreets Onnln
I'.ttniii .KnnsniU'ltr . . . . . iCTo p m
- ,
Vtp uillf C Mitht Kip Tin I Trmis C. 4A n in
Arrives
Dunlin | l > opnt loth nml Mnrcy i trcpt < Oiiifllm.
2M p in Orprlnnit lljer . f ) p m
. ' U p m .I'nclllo 715 n ni
10.1) ) n in . . . . . . 403 p m
4 43 p in ( Irniul Islnml Kxp ( except Sun > 11 ! . ' > p m
6(1 ( ( n ni KntKns City Uxpress. . IIJUAnm
liTc ' | I'lUOAtiO. 11 1 A I'ACIr'lf. i , Arrives
Umihn lit I * ilopot , lOlli niut Mnri'y Sts Omalm
II15 p in . . , . Nlsht llM'rens . llOlri n m
ti IS n in , . Allnutlu Kxprrss i nU p m
4 IS p m . Vtfttltiiilo l.linltpil ' 1045 n m
U-nves irMtl'AiTaA'NoHVIiWIttl'KU.VTArrive ?
Onmlin | U I' iloput , 10th nml Mnrc > Sl | Duintm
HIS n in 6.M p in
410 p ra . . VKtltiule l.lmlUM . . . V Ul n m
Clip in ( l.v ex Snt ) Mull ( Ar ot Mom 7 W n m
_ l > .M p in lln'torn Hypr 2 4" > p in
ArTIri-r
( Jiimlm M' iloiHit lOth nml Mnrcy Omnhn.
IMS n in I'hlcnco Mnll ( viccpt Siiiulay ) ( ' . ( tv p m
ClU p in t'lilonuo lUlnm
1' 10 p in t'ltlratro 3 ) | i in
lA" > VO , DMAlfA A Slr UlUH | Arrlvm
jOnmlin IT 1' depot , loth nml Mnrcjr SI' Omnhn
I . ) p m ft lmil fnnnon llnlf
lnvci | .slofX I I'l1 V A I'At'lHl j Arrives
Onmlm If 1J lU'pot. lutji mill Mnroy Sl I Oiniitm
7 1ft n in Sioux I Itr I'lum-imcr IIUOA p in
Jj 15 p in _ _ l I'nnl Kipri' " 10 IU n in
I.onvu3 j ? llTl'PlrVA 1'ACIl 1C.
jJnmlm I Di'pot I.MIi nml U I'lKter si" I Uiiuilin.
U 4' < p in I st I'nill l.luilleil I H U inn
l.oavus I IM A MO VAI.I.KV Arrlvot
Omnhn | Depot IJtli mid \Velnler Mi
! M < ) n ni . Illnck Illlh Kxprei * l ii 'JO p in
I'U ' ) n ni Ilii'lliiK' ' Kxp ( Ux * < iiniln > ) I n jo p in
610pm Wnliuo A Lincoln l'a etik'er 1031 II III
5 10 p m Vork , V Norfolk i llx snn , | it ) 11(1 ( -\l II III
1 ii\i > i I 0 SI' I' , M A 0 I Arrlvt'i
Omnhn I Di'poM5th nml Wedtter St . I Oinuli i
fill n ml 'siuiix I'lly Aitoiiiinoiliition n a ) p 111
1 00 p m blonx City lixprpii ( lx ! Sun I I Wi \ III
145 p m . SI 1'aiil Limited 'lit. ' ) a m
6 15 n inn tlnneoft I'a'.tenKer ( llx stmt H4\n m
I < - ns I jllSOt'Hl TAt'IHC I ArrlvtM
Omnlia | _ Depot ISIh niid Wt > l tur Sti I Oinfiim
10 HI m St Loult A K I' Kxpn-iH , 4 'i I | l III
IMS p ml M Louis A K C' ixprr : * I 0 Kl II 111
UNION I'ACll'lCStmmilAN / TIIV NS
Theio trnln nl < > slop nt 1.1th 17th. VOth nml 21th
MrtMiti , Summit iiml i avltliio Crumlni ;
' tralnt ilo not run Snnd if
OIIlC'At.O. U I A I'M 1K1L | Arrlvui
_ JJnJon Depot , Coiini.ll llluIH Irnmfor
( iO pi tt n m
li M it m Atlantic iiirp | < 5 .Vi p m
Sl l p in \oxtllinlo l.lmlti'il iu a
l.cnvc'ilflll.IAOA.NOIirn\ViSirHN ( :
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| l 411 It 111 hxprv MO p in
! > ( p 111 Vcxtlbnlu I.lmllud ! i a n iu
10(10 p .11 iistorn 1 ljf 'r -MM p in
hU ) p 111 ! AlliuUlc M ill 7 10 u m
dll , ill < A. SI' PALI , , ArrUca
Transfer | 'nlon Depot. Count ) ! HlnlTtt j'lrnni'fi'r
li ( l ) .1 in i Mull ( uxii'pt hiind.iyl 'i XI p m
II il p 111 'i I'l ii in
10 Ul p m JUU p m
L-nvi" . 1 K 4. 31' ItIK A C II Arrives
Trmi'lerl Union lli'init ( ' 111111(11 llluiTt I rmi'tfor
10U7 u ml K.inxilH ( lt ) Diy lixprupH "s 41 p in
lU''J p in Kmiinx City Mulit H pn' H I , 'U u ni
Lonvus I OMAHA .V M' I.OIlH.
rrnnsji'ryiiluii ] Depot , Council IIIulTs 'I riuiifi-r
610 p ml , t Ixillli ( nnon Ilnll 11. 16 | i m
"LCIVVPI ICHll'AdO , IIUUL'N A lUIS'CV Arrives
Triinsfc'fl Union Dfput Cmiiicll lllultH. 'Ii.mafi r
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41 n m Cliluign Kxprcss . I , M p n
10UI p n . . Clilcimo ixpu'in : . .l 41) ) a ni
7 TO p m Crciton UKII | _ I1 VU njii
_ . _ . . . . . . . | AnTvi'i"
Tr an i. tor I Union Depot , Council ItlulTs , | 'I runnier
7 45 n in " "bloujTcity Arcomnioitutlon 9 11 ( Tin
t&U p m ! , .bt I'aul Hxpnui i 'i.Vi p m
Missouni I'ACino BunimtiAH TKAINS
] - ; tew t rr re
Westward P.- < H
tl mi A in : li Ul p 111 u ni p ra
Webster Ht . . . 5 K ) so ! 7 SO it 4 8 85 12 45
Onk Cliatlmm 5 W 7 57 1 62 S23 0 31 R 45 13 6.1
Druid Hill t ) ( K ) 7 m 7 S3 B 37 8 47 11 5J
I.nko Street ( < 01 7 01 b.UI H 10 12 53
Wnlnut Hill I , < > ! 7 Oil 8.0:1 : 3.5S , 11 0 II 8 53 1.03
Dundee 1'lnco ( t 0) ) il 05 l.UO 6.SH 11.36 8 64 1 OJ
West Side. . 0 10 7.10 807 4.03 6.85 O.W 8 RT , 1 OS
Lnwn 4 04 8 M 1 OS
Mnncot 8 11 4 O , a 01 1 H
Seymour I'arli 8 111 1.11 905
I'nrtHl 8 U\t \ 20 V Id fuo
Eaitwnrd. I
p m P m I"1. " " ! .
I'ortnl 4 HI
brj mour 1'nrk.
Ma < ot S 42
Iunn 8 45
\\cil Hlilo . . d 20 7 SO 8 HI 4 48
Dundco 1'lico ( . 1 7 21 8 Al 4 49
Wnlnut Hill (1 ( 't 8 61 4.62
Lulio Street ( j ( i B M 4 51 5
Druid Hill . 0.31 B Vlll 57
Oak Clintlmm B 3S7 | 19 02 I 63 6 5J
Webster Hlrtfot ( I 4V7 4SijMI6 ) | OS
'R1NCIPAL ' POINT ,
EAST , WEST ,
NORTH and SOUTH
13O2 Fnrnam Street ,
HARRY P. DEUEL
City Pasaougor and Ticket Agent ,
NO RIBBON
Permanent Alignment
Strength.
Sold Under o POSITIVE GUAR
ANTEE.
GEO. H. SMITH & CO. ,
General Amenta Nobrabka and Iowa.
81O S. lOtli St. , - - Omahn
BLAKK , HOISSIiVAIN & CO. ,
London , England.
ADOLPII HOISSIiVAIN & CO.
Amsterdam , Holland.
LJanlcors.
Ilur nnd soil Amerlcnn iccurltlei nn comtuliloa an
London and on all Continental market !
Negotiation ! of no * 1'iuiin u npuolallr
HUlTeiliu fiom elTuut-s
WEKKS of Lost Manhood
Vonthfull.rrois , Impotonny
and lilEeasesof .Men van bo
cured rmnnnonllr nnd prlvutuly by our " < ciinl Spo-
tlllc Hunt by mull fur tl lluok pent ( xnleil ) for
ktamp lleuum Mvihcul Luiuiiuuy. \Vavliinvtoa
btrti/t , lluntuii MBM
TYPEWRITERS
ran RENT-
EXCHANGE *
FOR SALE-
Jos.P.MeacATH ,
Si ?
NEBRASKA
National Bank
U. 8. DKPOSITOUY. OMAHA , NEB.
Cnpltnl , - $ . OOOOO
Surplus Jon. 1st , 180O , - U
OOc r ni1 DlrtctonHfnry W TMoi , pr ud ! nll
MnliP llooil , lcj il.-nihUnl ; JtmiMV Sntftjui ,
VMor o. lohn H iXiillni It C Cutlilnm J. M. H
rtrlcki W II 8 lluiihai , ciuhler
1 1-1 m IRON BA.NIC.
Corner Hth unit furnum 8trit
A Ocnpfnl ll nl < " - II- < . . Trtn < 1 < lt Ml.
OOMMEROIALv
National Bank
Cnpttnl , - $4OOOOO
Surplus , 4O.OOO
Orflfprn nnd niroftorK M Morncmnn , 0 M.
Hitchcock , Jo cii OnriiMU , Jr , A Monry , K M.
Anilfrion , Wllllnm ( I Mnttl , rlco.pro lilcnt , U II.
Williams. A l > Ilopklnn , proliloiu A .MllllnrO ,
cashier : K 11 llrynnt , nolstnnt cmhlcr
Omaha Manufacturers ,
IlootH nnd
KIUKENDALL , JONKS Je CO. ,
Wholesale Manufacturers of Hoots & Shoes
tjsciHsfor lloilon llubticr Shno Co lid ? , 1101 nnillllKi
llnnipr Htiui'tOmnlm , Noli
llrowoi-H.
STOUZ { f 1LKR ,
Lager llccr Brewers ,
1MI Ncrlli IMti Strrnt , Omnhn , Nch.
Cornice.
KAOLE COUNICK WOHKS ,
Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornice
Wlmlow rnp nnd niptnllciikjpllKliti John Ki'cnetcr ,
proprietor lUSnn.l IIOHonlh lOtli Mroet
ArtlHtH1 MnturlnlH.
A HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
11)13 ) Douiflns Stroot. Omnlm , Nrl >
Coal , Coke , Kto.
OMAHA COAL , COKK AND LIME CO. ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal.
B K Cur Ifth nnd Dnuxlna Slrccti , Omnlm , Nob.
NEBRASKA FUElT CO. ,
Shippers of Coal and Colic ,
311 South Lltli HtriM-t , Onnlm , Nob.
DEAN , ARMSTRONG & CO. ,
Wholesale Cigars.
403 N IMIiSlrool "Hollo ! " H19.
Dry GnoilH and Notions.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions
Corner Illlinnil llunnnl Btrcuta.
KILPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers in Dry Goods ,
Qunta' KiirnlililiiKltnoita Corner lltli nnU llaruo/
Stroctn Omnlm , Neb
Kurnlturo.
DEWEY fe STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
tnrnniu htnct , Omnlm NubriiWa.
CHA11LJ-S RTIIVERICK ,
Furnitiirc.
Onintm
GioocrlcH.
McCOUD , 11UADY ft CO ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
Mttinnrt Lcnvonworlli Street" . Omnhn , Nobrnokit ,
Ijiiinbur , IHtc.
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc. , Etc.
Imported and Amorlcnn I'ortlnnd Coniont. Btnta
ageut for Mllwnnki'u Ilydruullo Couiuut , and
ynlnej Whllo I.lino. _
'
CHAS. R. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber.
Wood carpets and jmnjuot lloorlntf Utli an
Slreoti , om tlm , Ntbruskn.
Lumber Lime Cement Etc Etc
, , , , , ,
CornorOth nnd Htroets , Omnlm.
IMilllncry nnd Notions.
I. ODERFELDER & CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers in Millinery ,
m , 210 and 2U South lltli streut-
NolloiiH.
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goods ,
1124 llnrnoj nlri'ft , Omnlm.
OilH.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
io , etc , Omnlm A II ll'slipp , Mnnnncr.
I'nper.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper Dealers.
Cnrrr n nlco Block or printing , wrnpiitnir nnd wrltlnf
pnpor Hi'eclnl iittentlon fV < utu \ cnrd | > niur
HnlV N ,
A. L. DEANE & CO. ,
Uencrnl Avcntu for
Halls' Safes ,
Rl nnd 2C3 Houth 10th St , Or.lita.
ToyH , lito.
H. HARDY ff CO. ,
Jobbers of
Dolls Albums Goods
Toys , , , Fancy ,
House PurnlihlniMiooits , Children's Cnrrla ( . 1201
hnrnnin striot , Oiuulin , Neb
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U. 8. WIND KNOINE & PUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplies ,
Ilnllldar wind mllli 018 nnd B20 Jones it , Oinnhfc ,
(1 K lloss , Acting Mnnaitar.
Iron Workfl.
vi EULING IRON WORKS ,
Wrought and Cast Iron Building WorR ,
Engines , brnnii wort general foundrjr , tnncliln
blackunlth work Ollli o nnd worki , U. 1 *
ity unil 17th utrcot , Omaha.
OMAHA SAFE U. IUON WORKS ,
llanl'rs ' of Fire and Burglar 1'roof ' Safes ,
V'uulti. Jnll work , Iron nhutlori and lira eirape * .
U Andr eii .prop'r Cor 14th umlJtt'k ; un tjt .
Hash , DoorH , 10to.
M. A. DIBUROW If. CO. ,
\Vlioltialo uiHnufncturers of
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
llruncli ofllce , Utliand Iinrd itrceU , Onialin H o.
UNION STOCK YAHDS CO. ,
Of Soutli Ouialia , Limited ,
SBROEDER &
GRAIN ,
Provisions and Stocks ,
Basement First National Hank.
GOO South lath Street , Omahn.
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O1LBMRT BROTHERS ,
Taxidermists
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in nil or tltVIIJI tilUti tuf UUW. Ui ii.

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