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THE OMAHA DAILY BKK : TIIUKSDAY , MAY f , 1892-TWKLVK TAOKS.
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS
There Was Little Life in the Wheat Trade
Yesterday ,
CROP NEWS FAVORED FRIENDS OF V/HEAT /
I'rltHtn Ill4i.itrhr | < i Inillcntnl Tlmt Less
Tlinn Ho eiity-ll\o I'or < 'ent nf tlio
.Seeding In tin- Northwest
CillCAOO , III , May I Tlioro wai not much
llfo In tlio wheat market today Tr.ido was
largely professional , and whllo licro win a
Rood iloal of linll news tlio market was ex
tremely dull HUM ! of tlio day anil white hold
ings were rathot firm , did not show nnv de
cided upward Improvement. This WTS at
tributed entirely to tlio narrow no * * of specu
lation and tlio absence of outililo support.
Tlio crop no s allll sooiuod to favor tlio
frlcn'ls of whc.it. Where It WIB not raining in
the wu'tnnlnoithwoit. It was \ory cold and
throughout the Rruitor portion of North and
houth iKikotn and some portions of Minnesota
tliototnporituro wis Ixs'ow tlio free/In ? point.
Private illspnU'lici from Mimic ipolU Indi
cated that less than 71 ncr cent of the scodlru
In the northwest was finished and not H ) per
cent In North D.ikot i. Implying that moro
tli'in 2.WH.OOO acres aio unsown anil the ground
In In such condition that a month of peed
wo.ithor will bo ncccnary to Ilnlsh plow In ? .
r\en If the fanners take the chances of put-
tine In too late a crop.
Cables wcio generally firm and < omo no-
viincos were ricorded , wlillo nearly all the
domestic mnrKots won- somewhat hlehcr.
All tills itn\o Ihumnrkul a rather flrm start ,
nhorls boliig pootl hticrluly opened \o
higher at hl'ie , "old ill ) toMV. Ihen the small
Hioilshaxlng heen sallsllud and I'ardr duo
liirnln-'koller. llio market weakened lo SlUe.
I'tum this prices RtrcnjthcniMl to and held
Headlly nrouml 8l'Sc for a Inn. time. Durliu
the last honi iraduwas dull neil the price
weakened to Hlse , hut on stronzor closing c i-
bles there wns an adv.tnco toHI3 c I his up-
picelallon. hnwoxor , was lost no-ir the clt > M3
mid the market e osed easy at the lowest
pi leoof the dny ill HPie.
Itradstreel's leport showed a ilecroas-o dur
ing Iho week of i.M.WW hii. In the uvall.ihio
supply eiislof the Hoc v mountalnsiinil iiboul
l.bo'.Ow ) liu on the I'ncllle coa l. butlth id
vuiy lIlt'eelTool ' on Ihomar.ict
C'orn showed a dei'lded strciuth. the weather
conditions pointing to doli.y In 111 nt up. If
not a oilons n > ilnolliti ( In the ncreago.wiis the
nhlcf strctiglhonlng f.ietor. hut c ihles were
njso better There Is a consldoi iblo short In
terest , anil In view of the fmoi.iblo outlook
there Is 11 general disposition to cover , but thu
olTcrs were ll.'ht. May was moro strongly
aireiled th in July , and ouencd with nil ad-
vnnroof U" nt l- " e. and sold to 4l3c , closing
lit 41c. .Inly started from ' 4e to 'Sc higher , lit
from 40 ic. to 4lc. anddld not po higher than
the outslilo nt the start , closing unchanged.
Oatn were < | iilnt but rather llrm. In sympn-
thv with corn , rnd also by bud weather.
lloi : products weroitilet | and stouly There
was some si ron.'th early , but later tr.ido be
came dull and prices o isler. The clo o for
jiork w.is .it medium figures and at an ad
vance of lOc over jestorday's last figures
I.nrd Is piuitlu.illy unolmugea and ribs iiru
hstlmated receipts for liiinorrow ; Wheat ,
N ) ciirss corn , 100 ears ; oats , 144 ears ; hogs ,
27,000 head.
'I ho lo.uihu futures r ingprt as follows :
Cnsh quotations ncro as follouc-
ri.oint hteady and unehuucil : wlntorpnt-
ent , } 4.X4 ! 40 ; wintnr hti.iluhls , $ .1 ' .WG1..W ;
niliiE palcnls , { l.l'il.40 , eiirln utratRhts ,
13 riC < a.l.7U.
WIIKAT NoSsprlnB.Sl'i No.
12c ; o a rod , Hl'iUSl
C'OUN'-No. ' . ! . 4-KMIUf.
(3ATS No. U."Jo : o. M unite , 31JH5c ;
Ivo. J nhllc. M > , ® J > yc.
Hie No. 3 , T.'c.
UAlti.KV No. 2. Mo ; No. 3 , f , o. b. , 52O60c ;
No. 4 , f o. h. , : ilHc.
1'I.AX hM'I > NO. I. 1C.
TIMOTHY feLEl > Prime. ! l.271.32.
POIIK Mes . nor libl. . W.B3 ® ! > 07lt : lard , per
ICO Ibs. . K.\TiUi.y \ ) ; shnrl ribs sldci , ( loose ) ,
IVTTi-Cii'i.hd : ury snlled shouldurs ( hoxedi. $ I.DU
G.r > 0i ( ; shoit clp.ir bides , ( hoxcd ) , SO. 17' , GO .10.
WIIIBKV DIstlllors' iliushod Koodh. per gal. ,
SuiAit < > llnolianccd ; cut lo if , S54C ; pran-
nlalud , 4J4c ; slandard "A , " 4'sC ,
HcculpU and shlimicnts loday were as fol
lows :
Ncu York
NEW YOIIK , May 4. rr.ouii Itcccltiti. 14.-
< RI uk s ; exports , 5.b7. > bhls. and lO.UOBEackb ;
market irodei.itcly aclhc , unsettled ; Bales ,
J4.7.V ) bbls.
Conn MKAI < Qulot , steaay.
\\iiKAT-Hecolpts , ISO.SOO hu ; exports , I.W.-
503 hu. ; talis , 4,51 > ,000 hu. of futures , : :81,000 :
tin. spot. Snot , uiiHotlled , nctlvo for oxiioil ;
Nix 2 red , Oh&'MJo. slow ; lNifDrHo f. o. l > ; un-
p r.iaod red , haswo ; No. 1 northern , flUl'nu ) ;
h o , S norlhein. W c ; No. I ! I'lilcauo , OOJJo ; No
2 Milwaukee , 8s'c. Outlons aiUanced
J.VJcon llrmor c.iblei nnd forolun huylnir ,
bullish west , unfavornblo crop reports from
the northwest ; declined So on dolUcrlcs of
6(1.000 ( hu. on contracts , fronr olfuriuesof spot
and local rrull/lnj ; ; reacted 'nWic , and closed
easy at l'ti > to over yostenlay ; No. 2 rod , .May.
IK/ClUOHc' , clositiK at OJ c ; Juno , lXii)0 ) ! ) 11 lOc ,
closlni ! at U33io : July OOU-IC ® W 15-ltlc , closliu
at 00s e ; AiiBiiht. 00 > bQOv'4c , closlnu ntUOVo ;
heptomber. iw ttiWUc. closlni' at tw c ; Octo
ber , cloBln ; ut Hie ; Oocombor. W , < S'Jt\c. clos
ing nt Ulo ; May , 16'J.i ' , 0J'4SM'.c ( ( , closlne ut
W'io ,
Id E Dull ; western , 608''e.
llAin.r.v MAI.T DJ | | .
C'.WN Itcccipta , 11,000 bu. ; oxporls. 18,000
tin , ; s lien , M.OOJ hu. of futures ; O.OJO bu ,
of spot , epot higher , scarce ; No. S , Mo In elo-
valor ; Mo ulloal ; unRrailed mlxei ] , 404i.\lo ;
NO..I , 4Vfc : hieamor mixed , 41xa.Vjo. Options
uiUanceil , ® ' c , on llrmer cables and do-
crmiho In Ilradslreul'H , declined © ' { c with
y hunt , closed sloidy and In part , c up.
May. 49' , iV ) .i' . olosliHjRin.j ) Juno. 47l7'ic.
closlnc 4ju ; July , 47'tei7'c , closing 47'4o ;
AilBilst , 47 ® / ! ' . closing 47UC.
SKuccluth. . M , wi hu ; csporta , 21,000 ;
tin . sali- , hU.imO hu , of futures and 107,000 hu.
ofsi'ot , bpot llrinc'r anil modorntely aolUo :
options llrmiir , Hull. May , .Hlii.ll'.c , closln" at
! l4'o ' ; J'jne , : il 6i.lic | , cfosliiK at : u > io ; July ,
14 WIT , oliHliiK ntJ4i4U ( Aneiiht , ICMWa c ; aniit
sw" I
c ! KOUl1 to
. .
Horn i.'nli'u
hmiAii-Haw , itcndy. modcraloly actlro ;
[ ales , .100 h.iwi muicovndii. hi ) test , SJ.o ; I ) 20i
batis ceiitrlfiiKals , UO'tesl , , luc. l | . t' . o .C I
mil a.HK ) IIIIKH iiui ! laics tuirur , W lesl , 27-lOu ;
riillned , stc.ulv , fair uonmnil.
Mni.AH.its Torelifn , nominal ; New Orleans.
quint , steady.
HiCh I'nlrly active , firm ,
I'Knioi.t IIM I.owm , ijiilct ; crtido In birrols
PurUor'N. t-L.M ; crude In bull , , Jj.b5 ; united
( losnd al57"iC for June.
rorrotishKii 011-rirm , quiet ; crude , 2Uo
bid ; yellow. .ll'iftU'c.
TAI.I -Steady ut JIKo.
l(041N-Qulot. (
Tuiii'UNTiM ; r-teadyi quiet.
Kr.Ob-Qulut ; rtcolpts , 75U ukss. ; wcsltrn
liints-S-timily nnd dull ,
I'OIIK-I air il 11 m a ml. llrm ,
H.unM.K h-rirm ; ulcklod bellies , CSOJio ;
middles In lotlvu.
.l'tl-7K""ill'rtl"lli ! } wo"crn stonily ; olosed
- ! ,
A. * ? -4 < ! usked ; Bules , i.aio tlnrcci al U.47'i
UB Ml outlun K ilfa. 2.2 ill tierces ; Muy. fl.4'i !
) ulr , KLSOtl&M. cloiInK at U5 | ; Aucusl. K.U >
Bft.61 , closlnu ut MM asked.
IlDTTKit-Qulet. weak : wcatern ilnlry. 12 ®
I4o ; wcktern ercamory , IU3.'lic ! ; wuilern luc -
Uiry. liau Soi Kiglii. Sltt l4o.
Un ' IESE llrm , fair ilomumli part aklmv.3)i )
I'm IIIOK Slo.idy : Amorlcau. II4.7Jei8.2i
conillHmulako. . * 1 Itti2.oo.
l.KAii I'lriiii domestic , H ' . . ' > ai.io. ;
TIM Kasy ; strulm. t.\.4Va.U&i. )
Oiniiliii I'rodiiMi Murkct.
Ili'TTicit-Oood ' roll , 13 < aieej packing stock ,
Pouf.Tiiv Ive | fowls , 14.00 1 M per aoz. ,
r tfcperlb.
lllDEH. ETC.-No. I green hides , Scs Na I
men salted hides. 4"i < 34ic ! ; No. 2 preen salted
hides , UtJlic ! Mi 1 prucn salted hides , 2A to 40
Ibs , 4li < i4'c : No. J preen hides , V5 to < 0 lb .
Vanjej No. \cnlcalf 1 , H to li Ibs. bo ; No. 2
tul calf , 8 to li Ibs. , < o ; .Vu. 1 dry Ulut ' '
* ct No Silry nint hides. ' .c ; No. 1 ilrv fnllcd
\MrMtfiet \ purl cured Ho per pound loMtlinn
'ullvcurcil. ' wheop potts llrc-cn s illed , oich
I'C'itfl. ' ' . . ' > ' . Ktvn sn led oliciiflln-s ( short
vooled onrlv kms > , each , I'tili c ; ilry shoar-
lnzs < short woolcd oirly suliiSN No 1 , each ,
> 'ijl > o ; ilrv sho'irllnss ( ? nort woolod cnrly
iklnsi , No. . ' , each. f.c ; ilry Hint Knnsns nnd
Nohrnska butcher wool pells , per Ib. acluil
. , , , . ,
JUI III , Ituitlltt nui iii. itrivi * IV , * J * * ; " , ' "
rado.Murrnin wool pelts per Ib. , ncttinlvclith t <
aioc ; drv pieces and buck , ncluil wcUhl.
'laoc. Tnllow and sroaso Tallow. No , 1. 3V < i ! >
Icilallow , No. V. iVii-l'tci arcaso , whllo A , 4ii
4i4o ; K ronso. whlto II , auepuc ; > : roi c , yellow ,
Je ; crensc.ilark , lie ; old Duller , 2'Sc ; bcosw.iN ,
irlmo , IWISte : rouzh tallow , 14c. !
rilUIT Unllfornln lilicrsliln ornno . $1.00 ;
Sbox lol , HVi ; Wiishlncton nonl' . sl.vi !
choleo npples , f UOWt.V ) ! eholco lemons , f\7i19
400 ! fancy lomotis. JI.-O ; bnnntuis , cr itcil.llO )
< uVJ.Y ! ) ! cranLerrlos. shlpplnit slock , hhl. , Ji. ;
I'lond i tomaloes. f IU pcrrratoof six baskcls ;
ilneapples , | liK.W ( ( ( par do/ .
Viin.TMil.us--ced sweet potatoes , J.2.i ;
C.illfoinlacibhaio,2Uo per Ih. In crates ; homo
erown Icltuco. 4iio per iloonions. ; . OJeSilKl'
icr bu ; NehrnsKa hand picked beans , fl. Ha
. ' . 0 : met ! HIM. JI "nffll.Oi ! I'oloradonnil wojtern
Nehnokii DOtaloes. T > UI c ! ntitlxn potalocs.
J.VAJUOI limn hoan. 4c per Ib. ; water ere s , 21-
| t. ca es. U'tc peri ] ! . ; spinach , $1000).2' ) > per
) bl ; ndlshcs , 40ct riltaln as. fl.'J' l f > 3 per
ibl.i p cplaut. ric per Ib. ; paisioy , S' l'c ; now
'nllforiim potatoes ! < - ' per Ib. ; cucumbers ,
! l..r 0 liordn/ .
SriiA iiruiiiKS Choice shlppln ; stock , J4.0
' per OHIO.
Kuas lltiln of the sales reported .it 13c.
St. l.olllft AtnrlleH.
ST. I.ot'is , Mo. , May 4. I'l.ouii Ste.idy , nnd
uncliaiuud.
\ViiK\T-Ailvanccd * , cln ' { c early hut later
iceamo wcal < nnil closed only ' 8c ahmo vos-
lorday's No 2 rod cash , & " > c ! May , closed
tU'4c .fillv , \il37U1 ic ; Alljllst , "S'.c.
UoitvVonl up 'V ' ® Sc early but reacted
ntorand eluded about as yesterday ; No. 2
cash , , ! 'l(4c ' ( : May , closed .W'io ; July. 37SC.
OATS-llliihpr hut closed weak ; No. 2 cash ,
J3Uo : May. Ss'c ; .lulv , 28\-Jfl'ic.
Id n 1/owcr lo hell , nothliu dolnj ,
HAIIIK\ I. isy ; no marUet.
IIHAN Sc.irco nnd llrm ; Oic on cast sldo
: racK.
lUv Quiet ; prairie. f7.r > > ai' ' . " > 3 ; timothy
fiio nu > .
i.hAii-Ollored nt } 4075 ! , wllh no buyois ;
speller , firm at it 01.
I ntr.KU HlKhiT ! 070.
llt'Tnu-Qulut ; ; creamery , 1020o ; Oalrv ,
2ofic.
Kims lllRl or ; I2c.
CHUN MUM , I'lrtiv nt J2.0D.
WIIISKI M rally nt tl.lt ,
HAoniMl-l'iichiinied at G'tftfe. '
Iltos ( JiirroN TILS IJnchaiued ; Jl.lT l O
I'lt'ivistoNS Klrm with L'ood demand for
iob lots al provlotis ijuofillons
IlBCKII'M riour , .WUU Ibs. ; wheat , 21.000 bu. ;
coin , V.OiO bu.j oats , 2J.U03 bu. ; rye , none ;
bnrluy , tSOl 'i \
bliii'Mhsid-riniir. 4.000 Ibs ; wheil , 18030
liu ; coin , 44.030 bu ; o its , 11,003 bu. ; rye.
J.IXU bu ; h.itley , none.
KIIIIHIIS City .MaiUels.
KAN8t < < OITV. Mo. . .May t WIIEVT Stonily :
No. 2 hard , r.'c' No. 2 red , 7' > iiVic.
C'ottv Very llrm ; No. 2 mixed , 30'jc ' ; No. 2
white. J7'iC. '
OATS blow ; No. 2 mlxcil , SsUSOS'Jc ; No. 2
white , .H'ic. )
Id K bteady ; No. 2 , Ki'Sc.
1 I.AXSUKD V on the liaslsof pur * .
IlltA.s rirm ; s icKoil. l > .V.
HAV I'lrin anil unchanged.
IltiTTi-ii-Weil , ; 17 2-'c.
Kims Mi oni : at l.V.
URCCIPTSho.it. . 11,000 bu. ; corn , 10,030 bu , ;
o-its. 1,000 bu
t-ini'MKNTS-Wliont , 10,000 bu. ; corn , 1,000
3u ; oats , 1,003 bu ,
I.Ucrpooi 31.11 Uets ,
lavEitpoor. . Mav 4 WIIKAT Steady ; de-
nand poor ; holders olfcr sp irltu'y ' : roil west-
01 n sptlnit. 7s 2ijiia7h .Id per cental ; No. 2 ted
westuM n , 7s 2' } < tiB73 , IJ.
OOHN rirm , demand fair ; in 1.x oil western ,
4s5'5d porcunttl.
TuitPUsTi.Nh 25s fid per cwt.
Uollen MarKet.
NEW YniiK. M.iy 4 Options steady , un-
chatiRt'd to 10 points down ; nalesOOj bac ? ,
Including May. $ II.MUI1 ' " ' ; luno , ill.GOBll cri ;
luly. 811 ( , 4ill.b5 : beptomber. $11 G ® ll.u > : Oc
tober , Jlltl'i ; December , [email protected] spot
Klo , dull , nominal ; No. 7 , fl'.UJ'S.
Cotton .Miukvt.
bor , K7.57 ; JanuaryS7.h7 ; Tcbru-iry , $1,95.
Tr.ideis' Talk.
CIHCAOO. Ill , May 4. Counselman .t Day
lo Cockrell llros : The wheal markcls loday
vrsro higher all aiound on Improved ilcmand
from consumers. Wheat opened ' o up on
oulsldo huliip ns Iho wcalhor promised con
sideriblo lmpro\ement. Local speculators
were inclined to sell on rallies. Knjillhh and
conllncnlnl cables were ueiierally firmer nnd
btought buylnz ouluis This cncour-
nzcd some now speculative demand ,
which. In splto of frco loc.il sullln- ; ,
loft Iho closing tone steady &t
on adxnnccs ofc for Mav and Me for July.
A few days of summer weather would prob
ably cause Homo ioall/ln ? . but wltii SIOCKS
bolus gradually rcdncea and the oulslanilliiR
shoit Inlerest sllll veiy larso , wo do not o\-
pcct lo see any se > ere nor IOIIK conilniicd de
cline. Cor.i rallied dc for July , hut lost the
advance ut thu close on selling by Insldoti.
who seem toc.ilculalo on sliakliis ; out the re
cent wet woalhoi bulls. Tlio shipping
demand Is excellent and those piov
poctho receipts small , especially of coiur.irt
Kr.ulos. Wo aihiso huylus Jiilv on wo.ilc
spots. Oats aiocry ( itm as the season of the
Inr-'cst consumptive demand Is just opening
and crop reports are In many Iiist-inces % cry
dlscour.iKln. . Theio may be n temporary uo-
cline on the pcrmllted oxpoil of .ibout&OJO,000
hu. of Itiibslun oats from the llalllc porls ,
but , If soMJ Ihlnk July oats will
bo n fair purchn o for a turn.
Provisions ruled uMiado hlzhcr and closed
with small K-iln * tbroupliont. 'I hcru Ib an Un
moved dem.inil for cured meals foi consump-
llon wllh thi ! nuxcut of Warmer wualhor , but
the spceiilathe market remains rather dull.
1'neUors are thu principal holders ana are not
Inclined to sell nt present pilccs , except on
sharp uiham.es for small nmilts. Thu mar
ket still looks IlUe drilling lo liUhcralucs. .
CniOAOo. 111. , May 4 V , G. 1/o.ruu .V Co. to
Duncan , HollliiRot & Co : Wo h.ivo hail
another quiet day In the wheat pit , with very
llu'ht tlucluallons July opened atdl'sc. sold
off toSl'jc and BI c. ad\ance l lo Bl c , and
closed at SlVilV' . May sellliiK about 'tc
under. All uumu and forelcn advices are In
fnvorot higher pilccs , but Iho apathy In the
trade MsuchnothliiR but un extraordinary
demand will lake us out of the uresoutdo-
notlilng condition. The demand for shlpiront
is Rood , and hc.uy hhlmnunts would be made
If the whout could hu h d at May prices , but
It cannot. Our Minneapolis correspond
ents report seeding much delayed In
consequence of rnlu , and with line
weather fiom now forward North Dakota oan-
not h.ivu wllhln as to 40 poi cent of thu acro-
nRoof l ( .t yojir. I'or the present the near
> nlues appear to ho n weather iiuesllon. rho
market nt the close U wo.il > . Lorn has been
fairly Btroug. There has boon some good
mallng atoiind 41c , Fine wcalhor will gl\o
lower prices on It. Oats are fairly steady.
1'rovUlons. In sympathy wlln corn , was
strong. The buying was scattered among
commission houses , thu sullln ; was by local
opeiutors and Iho packing IntuiCBtH.
OIIICAIIO , III. . May 4 Kennclt , Hopkins
A. Co. to b. A. MoWhortor : I'orcUn news has
been moro encouraging to holders , especially
from thu coiillneiu. hpecul.itl\o nttciillon Is
now larKoly cenlcrod on Diiluth and the
wheat movement thuro will bo elosuly
walehcd , U Is reported that in.OW.OJO bushui.s
were dultvuiod on contiaclsat that port thu
llrtt twodaysof this week. Natur.illy It was
expected llifs would woaUeu Iho cash market
nnd when il was quoted 4e hlgluir relalhuly
than options It wabcouslrued to moun lh.it
\\liuatwaswaiiledaml h.ul passed Into thu
hands 'if nhlppors who had nlteady sold It for
eastiiin or foiolgn account. Thu largo con
tinuous outward movement also Indicates
tlili lo bo Iho c.iec , that wheat Is
butler Ihau t'lileago sprlnz and It would mil
bo btrango If the hulk of It worn shipped
out bufoiu a goixl market Is found
for Chicago Brain and jet P fall business
Is going on here all the time.
Kuportx fiom the norlliwesl show that about
oiio-llfth ( if Iho spring who.it acreage Is still
unsown anil thu land Is HO wet that It Ib feaied
that seeding CRIIIIOI ho done In imo ! to lunuio
n crop Them conditions will doubtless un-
cour.igu fresh foielgn uuvliig us Mum as
known abro.ul , The bullet Is gaining ground
licit both corn and o its are likely lode honor ,
t hough u > ei y thing will depend on Mm weather.
I'rov sloiiH am Mill fiatuinicss foi to lay ,
Moeksof laid In l.uropo , nlloii at Kuw Vork
and ul Chluaso sh.ivv ad crcaso for April of
an.b'll tierces , ami am less than half the
aiiiount estimaled. The market closed sto uly
and Btrong ul atout tliu hlshesl prices of the
STOOKS AM ) HONtH.
Dulliieis Continue * In All I.lnrs of Storks
iv 1th Tim i : ei > ptlims.
New VOIIK. May l.-Tho stock market today
gave no ludlonlluii of gelling out of the rut of
dullness and practical sugmitlon Into which
It has fallen , nnd whllo ihoro was some show
of unlmallou In the early dealings the lalor
railing vvai niarkod hy o\cn moro Inlonvo
dullnuis th in has been boon at any tlmo hlnco
the llrst of the yuar , A rather firmer tompur
provullcd , hiittotor , duo In most part to nrbl-
trugo puruhuHus bctw cun this market and thubo
of London and riilladclphla. ICoadlng , Alchl-
8on , Now Kiigland and Bu Paul occupied the
most prominent position In point of activity ,
but In neither were the movements of special
Imporluucu , though Now Knglnnd succeeded
In rocoNorlng yesterday's loss.
The features of the day weru the continue !
prusiuro upon Northern I'nolllc and sub u-
qucnt reco\ery which thgslronirth developed
in MUkourl 1'ailUcuu llnht Uumuctlous uui
ho ndrnnco In ConlnRO nnd Northwestern I
iroforrod. The upward movement In Cordage
rns principally a mnrkltx ; up of the stock on
ho short IntoicM , but the buying In the other
stocks mentioned bosldc I/icl < a\vannu , Koad- ,
na , touis\lllc , Now Albany fi Chlcaso ,
Vhccllne X Ltko Crio nnd Like Shore was of
ho best kind. I
The curly dealings were listless nnil under n '
tcndyopenln ? prices In n few stooKs ail- J
vnnced , hut tti3 movement sprcnn to the en-
Ire list by afternoon and wlillo the pains in
nest nro forsmall fractions only the ndvancos
n a few stocks were large and Ka\o character
o the whole martiit , There was iioillmlnu-
lon of thostroiiRth and the close uns quiet ,
ml firm nt or about the best ot the day. Tim
Itril chaiiites show calns InMirlably nnd
oortliwcMorn preferred Is up 2 per cent ! Cord-
mo 1'i per cent , ana Missouri I'lielllc and Now
; nelnml each \ \ per cent.
The slrctiKtli of the bond list , howoxor. wns
ho most luicouniuliiB tlilni ? nlmut the trailliiK
oil ay , and uhllo the amount of business was
101 laigcly Incroisod there \\iis u ROOI ) do-
nand thtounlioul the day for nil sorts of Is
sues and the speculative bonds In many cases
scored material calns. The silos ui.ro jl.031.-
no , of which Wabash seconds sold JJOI.WO and
\tchl oii Incomes } I70,000.
Uorcritiiiuni bonds h.ivo been dull and
sti"\dy.
The following nro the closln ; nuotatlon ) for
ho Ic.idltiK stocks on the Now York btoo < o\-
today :
Aleldson .N \ tcntral . li ' <
Aitnms Ktnrcss . ICVm .V V , C A i < t. 1. . . . . KH
Alton. T II . . . m do tirufcrrcd . . . . . 7.V0'
Alton , T H pfd Hi Ohio Mln l 9li > ! > l . V0'
Amcrlcnn Kxnroj ilo prcferreil . 8"i
II C H A. N 60 Ontario A. Western 1W
Cnnmlti 1'nclllc . Oregon lniirovcm't | ZZH
. Oregon Nnv H )
'cnlrnl I'nclllo . < 81)ft Oregon 'I rnns. . . .
Che * A Ohio . , 2t < { 11'nclllc Mnll
ilo Isl preferred . f2) ! ) | i I'eorla Doc X - , „
flo Sml prcferreil 4I' ( I'lltsliurif l.M
Chicago , V Alton , ISO I'liHinnn Pnhiio . . . 11U4
r , II A V
: , c.ti A si i , . . . ' "M Itock Islntnl
Del lluilinn . . . . "t I , AS I 1st prof
Del I. AW t Paul . .
I ) & II It lift ! M do preferred *
IMi > -l. I' , .Mln A Mnn . 112
ilo 11 preferred 37 fct Paul X Oumlii
ilo Vil iircfcrrcil . 12 do preferred . . .
Krlo 30 Ten n Con I X Iron .
do preferred . 7m Texns 1'nclllc
- 'orlVniic , . IMk , Tel A II C tifil . . .
I'lilcnao A i : III 12 Union 1'ncttc
llocklni ! Vnlloy. -lJ'i , U KxpreM
HoiKton A 'lotas Wntmdi , St. u A. p. 1Z
Illinois Central . 10 J ilo prefcrrcil . . . 1ZB *
I'niil A lluluth 41 Wells Fnrito.x \ . .
1C Western Union . , HIM
ike llrlo A West Am Cotton Oil .TIL ,
ilo jirrfcrrcil Color iilo Conl : il
ike Shore 14
' " ' ' " ' ' ' " ' "
iJonlsvllloA , xiu'h" 7i'-J ' irui'"uVcr ! . . . . . . . 14S3
I.oilHvlllo.t .N A ' 'X lontnrlo S3
' Is A Chnr IU 'O.ulck8U\or ' ? "
_ .iii ( uitral . lui > u do prolerrcil I
.Mil I , H. A W W utro
< to profeircil . . . ISO llulwcr 40
Minn A l I. U'd ' Itlch AW P. Ter. .
ilo prefericil . , . Ti'l Wl ton ln Central
Isfiinrl 1'ncllla . . tiO'4 ' lircnt .Northern pfd
Mobllu A Ohio . . 35H Uliltiuto lns 78
Snshvlllo limit . , f5 l.cml 'Imil 10
.V .1 Central . , ! 31 Micnr'tru'l . . . .
SorfolkA W | ifd . . 4dM ' outlicrn I'ncltlc , . . .
.Northern 1'nclllc . 10 OS I , A U. N . . .
North I'utlllo pfd . .WH DM
I ! P Dun Adiilf . Ill Illo ( ! W 37
Northwestern . 120X Illo I ) W pfd . . .
flo iireferreil . llV < j
The tot.il sales of stocks to < l.iv were 11H/ - !
slinros , Iticludini ; : AtcbMon , 13.250 : Krlc. 8,300 ;
l.oiilsvllli ) .1 Nashxllle. 7,403 : Missouri 1'nclllc ,
4,100 ; Northwestern. 3,000 : Northern 1'ncllle ,
5000. preferred. 5.515 ; Now Eiul.ind , 2I.2S1 ;
Kendlmr. 3'.235 ' ) ; St. Paul , 2.1.4 5 ; Union 1'aclllc ,
r',3JO ; Wcstetn Union , 3033.
I'lnanelnl ltd\IMV. |
Nr.w YOIIK. May 4 The Test says : Tlio
stnRtintlon of caplt.il nnd paralysis of nirsres-
slvo eiitorprlse , now equally apparent In every
nation nro great Illustrations of the worlds
community of industrial rest. Sl\ months ago
optimists were predicting that our own extra
ordinary good luck In thu 18' ' ! ! har\ost would
cut us w holly loose fiom thu Europonn ombar-
rat-smcnts I'rob ibly therow.isnollnincl.il
critic > vliodld not in nmoasiiro slmro thlsbc-
lef. In the Amctlcnn security market the
bollof has been pirlly justified but nowhere
else.
else.Tho
The actual mcanlns of the situation un
doubtedly Is th.it thoin lustrl.il world Is wult-
Ini : for Ktiropo and recovery from the shook
of 1830 , and inn present uncxon dullness .mil
quiet are perhaps the best assurance th it the
lirocess of roco\ory Is nt ork. The et.i of
lullness may be Ions ; for the experiment oy
which the worst was stu\cd oil In Ib'lO ' was
jiow. and nas dosUnod to avert. Immediate
cilsls by distributing Its bad olfects o\ern
lonj ; PII ice of time. But , the quiet which now
[ ircMtUs In Europe of tin.nice It .1 stun that
this work Is Gradually appro lulling Its end.
I.nndim KliianclHl Ko\ln\r.
NEW YOUR. Mav 4. The Post's London
financial dispatch says : The rlso today In
American stocks is attributed to the closing
of small be.u accounts. The general tone ot
the market nns fairly chcciful. Homo invest
ments were favored exclusively. There was
no discredit , but a disinclination to use the
facilities ottered bv banks ; money , which was
cheap to good borrowers , was rufusod to
bad ones.
I'liiancl.il Xotus.
KANSAS CITT , Mo , , May 4. Clearings ,
tl.6G9.Gyj.
Nr.w YoltK. May 4. Clearings , 8133.402,9141
balances , J7,30D.'J74.
PAUIS. May 4. Three per cent rentes , 07f
2iic for the account.
IIAI.TIMOIIP. Mil. . May 4. Olonrlngs. J2.0S9-
038 ; balances , ? 141,825. Jloney. 0 per cent.
ST. I.OUli. JIo. May 4 Clearings. M,9sO,5.13 ! ;
balances. f > OJ,445. Money , 50 per cent.
I'liii.ADKi.riliA. 1'a. . May 4. Clo.irings.
Sl.l'i8i,378j balances. SI,000,114. Money , 0 per
cent.
LONDON. May 4 Amount of bii'llon ' pone
Into the Hank ot Kngland on balance toJay
i'108,000.
HOSTON , Mas . . May 4. CloarniRS J18.1I5-
D ; balances. Uil'M.577 ' , Money , Hi per cent ,
exchange on Now York , lOBM'J'jCdKeimnt. '
New Our.KAxs. La. . May 4.-Clearings ,
81,310,220 ; Nou York cxcli'in'-c. ' commercial ,
50u piomliini : bank } l,5) ) per f I.OJU Dreuilum.
UuiCAdo , 111. , May 4 Money < 5asy.it431/i
percent. Cloailnes. $ J' ' . 801.312. NowYorkox-
chanRo flrm at lUu promlum. Sterling ex
change , dull ; sixty-day bills , $4.8d'.i ; sight
drafts $4 63 > .
, 4. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ondon .stock Market.
2 liu Jama Gordon ncnnctt. ]
LONDON , May 4. IN'ow York Herald Cable
? cclal to THE DEE I As regards the general
business , this has boon another very quiet
day on the htock exchange. Consols were
well maintained , Indian rupee piper relapsed -
lapsed S per cent. 1'orolgn government se
curities close llrm. The feature is an
advnnco of l'/i to 3 per cent In
Greek bonds. Turkish more than recovered
yesterday's sharp fall. Homo railways , nftor
having been dull the greater part of tl.o day ,
doxolopcd BtroiiKlh the last hour , and except
the bcoUh lines the close was flrm. liroat
Western Improved 114 percent. An Improve
ment is established In Brighton de
ferred , Great Eastern , Motropolllan ,
Midland , Noilho.istorn , London , North
western , anil Hinithc.istoru deferred.
American railways , after the nay's
depression , closed dccidedlv bailer In lone.
Now York sondliii buying orders just at the
last moment which cneouracod operators hero
lo maki ) few purchases. The result Is that
early losses h ivo not only In moil Instances
been recovered , but In themijorlty of cases
nn ndvanco Is established. Canadian lines
leaveou" HtroiiKorthan Ihny have boon. Thu
fall In Urnnd Trunk Issuiiswus reduced from
' 4 to J nor cont. Money has heon almost un-
luudablo today and freely ollered at'/i pur
cent. In tlio discount iiiurl.nl Uioro has boon
a hiiarclty of bills ; two and ihroa months were
quoted at 1 to I'B ' percent.
Nnw York .Moni'y .Markot.
NEW Yonic , May 4. MONEV ov CAM ,
Kasy nt HiW- per cent ; last loan , 2poreont ;
cloiud olfured at 2 per oent ,
I'HI'IB MtfltnANTII.B I'AI'K.lt 'lUiai Dor COIlt.
STbitMMi ExciUNnii tiiilot and Hldady nt
for slxly day bills and $ l.8Sit for do-
manJ.
Thu closing ( imitations on bonds :
I ! H lartv . . Mutunl Union Is , . . HUH
I ) H IHCOUI . N J C Int Curt . . Hl > (
U b 4t ! ruu . . . North I'licltlc. UIB. . 11II
I'm Illo On of ' 01 North Piiclllii 2iul .111
l.oulnlAlm ntp'il In .N'orlhweaturn Cont. Hu
'lunn nun HUtim , Niirtli i'sl'nilnb.'i , 1U" >
'lunn ntiWHtt&s I. A I .M liun M ttlH
'IcMin new net .In .il I , AS. T ( ion.M. MJ
I'nnndn So I'mU. . "I Paul CoiiHOln. . , Ud
Centrnl I'nelttu l t il I'.C. It I'uo. luts. IIS
I ) A It I , iDtB * . . . . 'lot P. Uli 'lr llcli H'I
I ) , A It li ) . . . . Tux P II.I ! Tr H . Ill
1071 * Union I'nclllo UU , . 103
M , , K .V T , linn , li , flh , \Vc
St . 1C A T ( ion i . i'J K I ! W l t hi
lloHton Mlook .Miirkut.
HOBTON , Mass , Mav 4. Tlio following
were the cloiliu prices on stooks on the Bos
ton atocl < market today :
HoBlon AMontuna.
llontoa A Albuar . Caliuiiot A llfcU , 270
lloitonA .Miilnu . . . 171 Kr KM kiln .
C' . IIQ . . . , link ,
Kiutcrn It It Ha IMlt
MtdiOuru U It . . . . b'l > nntn l'n Cojqiur . . . Kt
t lint A I'uru .M pfd 81 TaliKiruck . 101
K U. M. J A U II H 123 Annltton iJind Co , JU
Mn 5 Cvntrul . Ill Han Dlctlii . 17
Mex , ( on rouimon 17 Went ICnil . 111
N V. A N Knulaail 173sH Hull Tuluiiliono . . . 2UI
N > ' A N KIIK 7a 1ISH Lniunon btoruri. , . 17
Old Colony . . . , 140 Wntur I'owur . . .
Ittitlitnd pfd , . . i > S Cunt . , .
\\1 ten , tout . . 17 ! „ H .
do prd . . . 41 II All . U
Allouui M Co. ( now ) 75 Tuomion Houiton , . Ula
Atlantic. . 11
Div Vork .Mlnlnir gnntutliinii.
New YOHK , May 4 The following are tl.o
mining stook ( inotatliina ;
lioit A 1) -.Mil Horn hllvcr , . . . , . . 300
Crown I'olnt Hi Muxlcnu I U
Con Citl A Vu . . . . 8W ) Oplilr , , 210
Kurukn Con U& Havutrv 1'JU
IluleA Norcrom. . 110 Hlerruovuilu HO
lloiueiluko 1,16) Hlnniliuil. . . . 131
Denver-Mliiini ; Mookii.
UBNVLIIColo , Muy l.-Tlio following tatlu
Minus llio rnnjo ot hrlccs nnd trnns ictlons
foryosterdny. Snfc > vtV"U-
MVIJ STOWU JIAHItKTS.
Jj . L. <
Ciittlo Ynlncs Vnll OH Under llen y OITer-
s UoRsiVctUe niid Sti-iidj.
.MM' ) Jio2s nnd I'.HJtt sheet ) t'ho eorrespondlnp
liioo days lust \\eok. , ,
The supply foil only n few bead short of
) cliiR the heaviest so fur th's ' year , and If the
coilntiyiis us Ins been Kononilly nceeptoil ,
'nil of marketable c.ittlo u month nno. Iho
inusually henvy receipts both hero nnU at
Clilmso for the past t o ooKsinust hu\o
materially reduced the surolus. At any
r ito the continued heixy rccoltits iiro
Hiiinctlilns of n surprise to thu trade.
Another peculiar feature of the mar
ket is the irregularity of the ho ivy
runs. Lverslnco the yards were opened for
itislness the duy for heavy receipts has been
Tuesday , \\ltliln the last two weeks the
heavy runs ha\o fallen on 1'ildny. i-iturdiiy
ntid now on Wednesday There were an
ibundancc of cnttlo hero and a smallei until-
JIT would have sold to bolter ndvniitairo.
llo ivy cattle wore in fair demand from ship-
iors nnd exporters , but qs there were plenty
of that elass ofoattlo here ami uiintorn nd-
vlcesaio rather eon crviitl\o , buyers de
manded and recoho 1 concessions of from lOc
to I.C on their purchasos. The demnnds from
I lessen beef men wns more ui'tlM ? . nml light.
landy steers , such us suited the killer , could
jo moved readily at a lOo Ueellno. Taken al
together , eonslderlnz the atl\et o elreum-
stiitiL'es , it was rather an netlvo niiilot ! , nnd
here were \cry few decent eatt'o nnso d In
ho pens at the close , ( lood to oholco 1 , ' < T > U to
.MO-lb. bco\essoll ntfroinM'O to J4.20 ! faire
o Rood 1,000 to 1'JOO-lb steen from } . ! oO to
WIU , with common and Inferior llsht steers
sollliiK from Jl'i to JJ M.
The ficsh supply of cows and mixed stock"
was comp irntl\eiy libor.il , but oulv consisted
> f about twenty carTr.idlns wns r.itherdull
mil prices on all but choice eows and holfois
fie to lOo lowoi. Infoilor to choice stook sold
it from } l.SO to H'JV Hulls and slags wetodutl
it from $ | . .V ) to JI7J Oahcs stoailv.
There xvas only a llcht trade In stockers and
feeders with prices fully steady on anything
Icsliiible. .un'crln'-'fl. both fresh and stale ,
v.oio limited and Inquiries from Iho country
few , Kuprcsentalhes lies'
No.Av. Pr No. Av. I'r. No. Av. Pr.
1 1300 $ J 20 118 10T8JITO J . 11 00 J. 1 7 : ,
. ' 8 ICS 3 M 1H J2V ) a 70 2i K 11 U M )
i lo.'o ; i v.'i 10 ii'sj ; i TO M 1104 : IHO
1. . 70 3 ai BO 1152 a 70 VSI 11.12 UN )
1 ion ) ari 23 is a 7J BO r-w aw
0 0iS..U2i : i5 1127 a 70 . ' .117(1 ( a W )
a s.'o a M 4s. mo i a 70 BO 1240 a to
1.1 un a aj 7 isa a 70 : 12.15 abe
2 lees a : is 100.1 a 7 21.1 r.os a M
0 Ultf a 40 20. 101H a 70 04. 11US 3 81
57 ll'iS 340 60 1100 3 W 47 1WO l\Kt \
4 1275 340 3J 11(1. ( ) 375 10. 1208 a N >
2 1(60 ( 340 19 117(1 ( 475 111 14S7 385
21 10.15 340 18. .1175 375 T 1.IJS 385
14 10.4 34" ) I'O 12.M 3 7" 18..K'flJ 38 >
17 10SS 3 41 20 1108 375 18 1211 3 K5
1.I..10.2 ! 3 45 B'J ' 1112 3 75 35 1305 30J
U 004 345 1U 1112 3 7 > 10.1305 3 HO
21. . 851 345 37 1114 375 2 ll.Vi 3 IK )
17.1017 359 ( M 1017 375 30 1100 3110
111.1021 3 W ) 10 .110. ! 371 21 1.141 310
14. lOS'i 350 5" ) 1124 375 17,110(1 ( 3 IK )
14 10W 350 10 1201 37. 4) .MS" 3 IK )
1. 870 3W 40 1C04 3 7"i 30 1207 3W !
2. .1175 S SO 1.17 1241 375 1 ! ) KU1 31)0 )
8. . 007 SM b4 1207 375 3'J 1121 300
JJ ,10'JO ' 350 05. 12u7 375 17 1.115 300
JJ 1011 3 M 0 12u8 300 5 1,173 305
14 1078 350 17 11V ) ! 3 CO 2 14 ! 0 400
„ > 1107 35) 17 ,11CG 3 CO 37 l.'SJ 4 OU
13. .1020 350 0 1211 300 I 1.110 400
JI 10W5 350 1..140a 3 CO 41 12JO 400
7 1021 351) ) 3 1U8 3(10 ( 37 MM 400
18 10 > 3 3 50 24 UNO 3 Oi'i 37 1201 4 W
. ' 5 1101 355 35 1114 ,10'J' , 20 ! . ! > ! 400
. ' .I Ii40 3 r > - > 18 , . Il3il 10Ji ! 18 1.112 40J
20 10U8 3 5 > 10 1371 865 48 1..20 410
1H 071 3 55 IS 1242 3 03 20 1JJO 4 10
. ' 0 U17 357'5 8 1117 3 G5 2) ) 12o3 400
11 12GJ 300 38 1202 3 G3 74 140 400
M. 1101 3 CO 21 1114 305 20 1311 400
18.10,2 300 21 1030' 3 05 58 1203 400
7 l.in 301 12 1140 , 305 24.1.170 400
17.1017 300 21. ,1100 3 C5 18 1511 405
41 I19J 3 CO 18. .108.1 305 2 > ) . .1J'JJ 410
.M . 078 300 G llf > 8 3 05 0 .1.18) 410
,8 11.11 30) ) 18 .1230 3 OT. 7..14U8 410
1.1080 300 35. . 121 11 3 65 10..15SO 410
JI 1C54 3CJ 1 1270 3 C5 15.1200 415
U .1012 300 34. 1091' ' J 70 32 1517 415
8..107J 363 3S1rlla ! 370 18.1518 420
10. . 1205 300 12f 1095 370 17.1308 420
20.1000 360 19. .1170 370 2(1. ( .1428 420
11. .1070 3 GO
11IXED.
30. .1036 3 85
COWS.
1..1000 160 5. . 08.2 225 2. . 1150 270
1. . 840 160 1. . 050 225 0..1121 270
2. . 040 150 2. . 735 230 I. .1012 270
3. . 8GO 150 1..10GO 240 ] . . 070 273
2..10JO 150 18. . 804 243 7. . 1040 275
3. . 70. ) 100 12. . 020 240 2.1310 275
3. . 500 ICO 0. . 8J5 240 10. . 870 275
1 1100 175 3. .10.6 240 14. . 701 275
1. . 800 175 ! 2. . fcB ! 2 45 10. 70) 275
1 . 870 1 7r. 3. . 070 253 4. . Os7 285
2.835 1 r > U. . 016 250 2.1115 203
3. . 870 1 7r 1..1I20 250 4. 100J 200
7. . D12 180 3. . 1010 250 11.11.14 200
2 . 095 2 00 2. B70 2 CO .1. . 080 200
1..10.D 200 1. . 000 205 0 10)1 ) 20' )
1. . 870 2 ( JO 5.1003 205 25. . 745 i 0-Hj
1 .10.10 200 0..1043 205 7 1043 205
2 . 970 2 00 7. 10 11 2 05 1 070 2 05
2J. . 714 210 1 1020 205 1 1000 300
1. . WJ 200 9.1001 2 05 1.13.10 300
1.1010 200 12. 020 270 2 1085 300
2 1155 215 4 1013 270 4 1I4J 300
4 827 220 I. . 1030 270 H till 310
1 1250 220 18. 1027 270 1. 127J 310
1 . 92J 2 25
HKll'UIIM.
7. . Oil 183 3 270 860 3. 710 200
1. . 030 240 1 093 260 8 015 310
0. . 740 240 0 505 253 10. . 700 323
CAlVtP.
3. . 1C3 350 2. . 183 4 03 2 . 155 425
11UM.8.
1..12IO 153 2. . 1423 250 1..1633 885
1..1000 175 1..102J 200 2. 1705 285
1..14UO 1 8J 1..1G8) 200 l..l < > 43 203
1.1410 2201.1570 200 1..I7J3 300
1.1040 225 1.1510 3 65 1..10IIU d 10
1. . 1.100 2 JO 1..125J 270 1..1170 315
1..I500 2 0 2..17SO 273 1..1000 375
1..15BO 250
STAflS.
1..1420 230 1 .1490 323 1..1040 350
8TOCKEHS AND FEEDEH3.
1 . 850 2 25 1. . 750 3 00 ] . . 870 320
3. . 600 250 2. . ( U3 305 1 . 7-0 325
0 . 510 2 50 1 . 770 3 10 2. . 803 32' .
1. . 610 25) 4 . ! U3 3 10 1 , . 05) 325
0. . 8S3 2 00 12. . 703 A 10 1. . 820 325
1 . 1IJU 200 U. . 675 3 15 6. . 1)04 ) 30 ! !
2. . 803 300 a. . 840 323 25 . 541 335
1. . 7JJ J DO 2. . 500 323 17.11711 340
1. . M ) 300 5 . 010 J 20 7. . 745 342'/i
17 608 3 OJ 4. . 0'I5 3 20
Mir.KKiis AND flrniNor.ns.
1 bimnxur . 25 00
1 cow and c.ilf . 2200
1 eow and calf . 2S 03
1 eow nnd e.uf . 33 DO
1 milker . . . 1800
lloos The run wuscrv fair but not 1111 to
expectations. The three d.i > a' supply BIOUH |
an Inere.iHu of ne.irly 2,000 IIUIKI lompai i-U w .th
the HRIIIO throu days last wcoK.
Iliulncsa open ( i moJeratoly aotho , with
prices llrm on ho/h Kood enou in foi thoshlp-
iilnt , ' trade. Thu maikot r.ithur wo.ikeneil lui-
fore IOIIK , bill as rocclplsdld not uoinu up to
i\icutilloiH ! | anil UhluaKo reports weiu moro
favorahlo , this weakness was of short cluia-
tlon and the market again became active ,
eloxliiK tlriii.wlthmerylhlnK * > o'il by 11 o'elouic.
I'n I r to KOO I hoys of all wolKliti &old moitly at
fiom { 1 .10 tofl .15. iVltli'tlui uluilcti
HL'ainit JI 3Pg Tiiuiihiy uuil $ ) . .U last Weclnuii-
( liij. ItoprcsuiitatlYi ! Lilcm
No. AKn. . J'r. No. Av. t-h. I'r.
U 17J 120JI5I 01 Sill liUlfl.ti'i
' ! ) . . . . ISS U.'O 420 87 . .214 4J 4 , Ui !
10 , . . .IM ( 4 20 ' 60 . . . .31. SO 4.IJ14
50 . . . . 240 280 4 S5 77 Bll 2 3 4.li't '
( ,1 - U 240 4 S.H C * * ' - ' * ' - - > * * "
7. . 2,4 425 07. . . .200 210 4 32l'
61 20(1 240 4 2/i OJ . . .210 103 4 3.i !
20 , . . .IN1 8) 4a ' HI . .244 SUO 4 , lji ,
8 . . . . 20H 40 4 S\ 78 . . . .2.VJ 40 4 IKJi
7 . . . .2.1 4 S3 ' 00 . . . .8J7 43 435
40 . 'H.I 40 4kl : 73 , , , ,217 2UO 4 35
Iu8. . . .215 400 4SS , 0) i.M 40 435
7.1 . . . .224 W ) 433 , 4 395 - 435
0 277 4IW 1 70 , . . .20 120 435
78 . . . 2U 120 4jJ . I"W ' < ' < '
US . .240 40 4 M 74 2 = 17 103 435
47 8U5 200 iWh.f' ' 70 207 200 4 3.1
f,0 . . . 278 8vO 4 M 7J 241 120 4 35
f,0 . . .210 100 4 30 61 ! OJ 435
05 . . . .217 240 430 48 . . .274 60 435
71 V20 3A ) 430 71 , . . .2O 120 4 W
67 210 100 4 30 00 . . . .21. ! 40 435
71 2.W 3JO 4 : H 40 . . . . 240 10) 4 .li
61. . . . 87 l.t ) 4 W 11 30 435
7J 2 7 4UO 430 07 2.r7 120 435
6 270 43) ) til 251 40 435
61 . . .aiJ 4 30 05. . . .V50 100 4 If.
1,6 . . . . .6.1 100 430 01 .OJ 100 435
77 . . , .23.1 100 4 30 75 227 83 325
00 278 240 430 70. . . B'lfl 40 435
72 24J 240 4 JO 71 . 201 435
10 1M 4K : ) M -O 10) ) 435
M . .284 200 430 70. , . . I 80 4 35
01 . . 107 100 4 30 75 . . . . i"X ! W ) 4 35
7J . . .218 103 13) 08 2.0 120 415
M 810 100 430 01 251 8) 4.15
74 . . . .a 100 4 30 CO 8 J 4 J5
111 200 3d ) 430 -4' ' - 4. . ,
00 .235 40 43) ) "I . . . 2.U 240 < : iii )
ft. : : 2U HO 433 70 SVj Wl 4 37ii
67. . . . 2i2 101 43) ! . . . . " jJ'
70 2li jjo 4 yo tJ i 'J
W5 t40 - 4.15' ' $ fit M 1M 4 ? *
70 . . . . ! 40 4 32't ' M . 2 > 7 81 4I5' {
70 . . . . SIS 120 4 .li'4 70 247 40 4l7'4
7) 200 200 4 32'i 4 % ISO 4 40
01 2M 120 4 32'i ' fiO V(0 440
f > 4 27i 1.0 4 SSH 70 . . 240 M 4 4J
7J , 2W ICO 3 32'S ' ( VI . . ! 47 - 4 41
01 214 200 4 JS'i f.O . , . .271 120 440
GO 2M 170 4K'i ' M .2JO ICO 440
fins AND IIOUOII.
1 310 200 S 2.10 40 .lf-0
1. . . .480 2 00 2 . . ! 8 40 H tO
4 M7 U ! l " . " > 1 210 400
Sitr.Ki1 Two loads were rocolxed. ono of
thorn hilled direct to n local slaughterer Thu
others xvoro common stookors mid went to nn
outsldu buyer to bo foil. Dotlrahlu muttons
nro In active demniid and stcndy. 1'nlr to
poon. nitlves , ffom $450 toJrtOJj fair to good
wcslorns , fromll Mlo Jfl.00 : common nnd stock
sheep , from M 1)0 ) to f I 2.'i ; good to cholco 40 to
10-Ib lambs , from II 00 to 10.50. llupresontn-
lUe sales ;
No. Av. I'r
OJ slock cwcs 67 tl W
Itei elpts and DUpimltloli orsiork ,
Uocolpts nt the Union Stojk yir.U Poutli
Oiunli i , Neb , for the twenty-four houri end
ing at 5 o'clock p. m , Mny 4 , 131U
UlIfKIITS.
I' XTTI F j IIIHIS i Sllf II- | IIOIlStSMlS
Cnr < Henil'cnr ' | Hind | Cnri Ucnd'cnrn ' ' Held.
VO
Disi'osiriov.
l.lxo stock .Market ,
OIUOAOO. III. . Mav 4.ipoclil [ Tel Off mm to
TUB IlEF.1 s-alcs of cattle today Inilluited
iiboul a stcndy range ot values , Sales were
on n basis of from W 40 to $ * > 00 for common lo
extra ulcers and from tt 23 to $1 Ml for co\\d
and Pulls , whliu stockuis and feeders weio In
domain ! at from ? . ' . " > ) to $ I8Thu receipts
Included sorno distillery catllc and a few
Toxans. but fair to coon wull fulled irithu
steers weighing from 1,1 0 to 1,400 Ibs la.uliup
the great majority of the oirorlngs. I ho
close was weak.
The box market was n th-ido Inner than
jestcnlnj , and was iUlct | The a\er.igu of
prices was nboul the lowest for any day slnco
the oimnlin : of ihn siimmet packing sousim ,
March I , i\cooilliuly : few of tlio oIlerliiKS
\\cntnlioM ) Jl.'i7' ' { . whllo by fat the B t eater
pi.rt sold at prices raiigliu downward from
J4 fiT't The market ole ed dull at fiiini J4 21
lol.f > 7'i lot poor to choice he'ixyand medium
wulghls nnd al from f I 3) ) lo il 00 fet light , thu
lower grade receiving tliopilnclp.il titlunllon
of buyers.
The rado In sheep was slow and % ilues 10-
malued we ik and unsettled It was not easy
to dispose of peed giadus at former pilccs
whllo poor and common slull .is almost un
salable. Supplies are coming foiward a Illllo
lee ficuly for thodomand , which just at pres
ent appears lo 1 e unusually weak. J'lio lamb
uarkot was firm
Uecolpts were : C.illle. 10.0CO ; boss , 28,003 ;
sheen , 8,0 0.
The n\cnlnc Journal reports : O TTt.r Ko-
celpls. 10,000 ; sblpmonls , 5oi ( ) ; niaiket stow ,
steady to sha-lo lower ; prime to eMr.i steers ,
it 40541.70 : coed to choice , Jl.uo4 13 : others ,
Sl..l.Vii4.73 : eows and liolforN ! . ' . . ' > } LAO. '
lions Receipts. II..OOJ ; shipments , none :
market stoidv to lower ; rough and IIIIH-
mon. tl.dXlt.iti : mixed and pickers.1 I.Vti
4..1iJ't ; prime licavy and butchers' wolg'its ,
W.Vidtl.BOj light , Jl.SOftl OP } .
bllbui * Uecelpts , 8.0JO ; shlpmentr , 3.000 ;
market slow ; hhcop lower ; lambs Moady ;
clipped Texans , J.1 75 ® ' > 00 : lleccu IVMins tl 03
© 5 JO ; westerns , ifiiOJteU 03 ; lambs , f o 00 < BO DJ.
Kansas City LUu Stock Miiikcl.
KANSAS Cirv. Mo. May 4 CATTI.I : llc-
cclpls. 5.5TO : shipments. 1)00 ) ; SHUTS , wuro
dull and weak to 1 > c lower , J.IO")1' ! ! .1 ; cows
steady at $1.50 ® 150 ; slocUuis nnd feeders ,
sluing , W 00 ® I 80
lions Keco pis , 10.500 : Milpmculs. 2.003 ; Iho
market opened dull and weak , closing nctlvo
to strong till grades. Jl.00a4.40 ; hiilK. JI .10 ®
-
Hecolnls , I.n:0 : phlp-ncnls , COO ; the
market was quiet and steadv ,
DoWitt's Saraiiparilln destroys such uol-
sons as scrofula , sltln disease , cozenm , incu-
malism. Its tiuioly usosavos many lives.
ACCVSK llllllll
Had N.imo ( Jl\en .liirjiunn by Jfew York
1'olKc.
NEW YORK , May I. William Lautcrbaclr ,
a member of the grand jury that made a pre
sentment arraigning the police department
of the city for cotruption , Is too nlloged
owner of several houses of assignation , otio
of which was raided by the police last , night.
The plnco uns been maintained by Anna McCormick -
Cormick for four yoars. The latter wns not
gathered in , but Emma Smith , the house
keeper , thrco men nnd three women were
tnlton. According to the police , the Smith
woman admitted that Lnutorbiiclt owned the
promises on which the house was main
tained.
"No later than yesterday , " said the cap
tain , "tho late grand Jurjman called nnd
collected his rout nt one of the houses. "
Luutorback is n spool silk mnnulacturer.
DoWitt'ssjarsaparma is roiiible.
Till. CelHiIno
JOIIANX HUFFS
Malt Extract.
Uncoil ilhd as aToalo
> utntlve for Imp ilr
ed DH.hSIKl.N , for
the WIIAKnnd deOll-
Itntoit , for .MorilKKS
"hllii M'Hbl.Mi unit
during CO.NVALl.b-
tK.NCi : llewnro of
Imitations. Tlio RCnulne Ins tlio ulunnturo of 'Jo
UA.v llou" on the neck of every liotllo
EISNER & A1RNDKLSON CO.
Solo Agents and Importers of Mineral
Waters ,
C Barclay Street , Now York.
Union Stock Yards Company
SOUTH OMAHA.
est cattle , hog and sheep mirkot In the west
COMMISSION HOUSES.
CEO. BURKE & FRKtlZR
L.IVK STOCK O'OMMISSION' .
Tin : MAunits. :
Write to this housa for cor-
root Mirltat Rjports.
Wood Brothers ,
fcoutli Omaha Tolephoiio II i7. - Chicago
J 1) DADIPMAN. I . .
W II. WOOD fMannKors.
Markol reports hy mall and who cheerfully
furnished upon implication.
-TH lil
James H. Campbell Company ,
Chlcnco , n iHtKt. Louis , Kansas I'lty , r-outh
Omahuo \ \ \ \ City , I'm t Uorlh ,
A. Crlll , W K IJnay ) , 11 F T.illimilitu
C'hlotifo. lluiiluiiiiun. . Luttlo hnluiinan
Crill , Denny & Company ,
Llvo block Commission llooiu V'7 Kxchmuu Hl.lV ,
bouth Omuha
A. D. Boyer & Company ,
f.8 anil . ' ' ) nxohango Ilulldlnbouth Onmln.
Corri'spomlonto sulli Itoil nnil nr.iniitlv | nn wurJJ
l attention to orilunt for tui kum .V lei'itora
Ustnbllihtil , 1881 . . . In-orjiorutuJ , Wi
Capital full ) ' | ialil , > AUOJ
Waggoner Birney Company ,
Wrltoor wire us for prompt nnd rolluUlu umkot
rt'iorl |
Perry Brothers & Company ,
Llvo Slock Commission.
Itoom 61 Kxchango Ilulldln. . boulh Omaha.
Tuliiphono 17Ji >
Gassman & Dudley , M , H. Hegarty&Oo. ,
Kooms CO nnJ fil , Hx- Itoom Ul i : c.iu'o
lllllldllln'
chuimo llulldliiir
Soulh Omaha , - Neb South Omuh.i , - Neb
Miller Brothers ,
Itoom ! . K-rlitnuo llulldlnii - Bouth Oinalm
BOUTH OMAHA _ PANICS.
Union7 latoclc Yard National
_ HANK.
The onlr bunk nl the yardi CiiilUI | nnd ur-
i.lu , f Ol'XJ Ciilloilluin urimlMf out of Iho Mvo
luck liu lnf ihouhl ho iiuit illruit to Hill bank
hidi | > er 4aniliio | U for trtiillt ot Ihulr bouiu
MhuruvkrtucaluU.
OMAHA
Manufacturers' ' Jolliers' Dir ry / _
AROHITBOrS AND BUILDERS
J. H , OLEVN ,
Contrnctom nn < 1 nullcontractor * for nil Vhnt of
InilliMnK , iihiMiMliiz pnlnllncr-lc will rti-ohpa
copy ot Ulomr * nr < liltpotn unit Imllili ruitlrrrlnrr
Iroi' , \ > r * piictltiK their ii\inp ( , hn lne unit loon
tlonto UmpiilillMier .1 11 ( He-mi m-4 iMhSt
AWNINGS AND TKNTS.
OMAHA TENT & AWNING - WOLF BROS. > V CO.
ING COMPANY , lent * nwiilniM , tfirpnu-
Fl tmminorli ! ! oil nnd lln , co\prn of nil Mml ,
rubber clothing homl tlnm tinniiprii , otc. xcmt
forcnt KUO. 11IJ Kntnnni iic.'Oj lull
HAGS AND TWIN US
REMISOrAHA BAfl CO BISHOP.V CO.
Slsnl , mnnlili rottnn
niilmrfu lluur
Importers
ruuc liriiip , jut ? > t
f , burlnpt , tulno Ion twlne Inrri'it ronl
nac i-tf _ * < Utli M _
BICYCLES. | UOXKS.
II. 0. TODD ,
M.D. DAXOM 8uccc or to J J WIIV-
, cn m M'l uclRnr , impor
nicrcla * inlil nn monthly pncklniiti > xii Allnutul
tmjiuciils 120 N. IMti st tic * In t
HID Iuiilii9 ) | | M.
1JOOTS AND SIIOHS.
MORSE-COESHOHOQ.
IIOJ llnwur.lStrott
Knelory pornor Illli unit IMiulm lro ti
Wo ro nioklna cloio prlcci to CM.'I b ijrarj , 'i I r
ulllng a dual of iiooili which U vurr i > lo-
nblotTllIi inorclianU.
KIRXHIDALl , JONES & AMERICAN HAND SEW
CO. , ED SHOE CO.
Whnlpsnlo Mfr * Anonts Hoots ulioes rubbers
lloston Itubbcr Hhucl'u , fl'Hiiooils 1 J1-J llnr-
1102,1 ncj at.
131U3WIJKS.
JOS , SCHLITZ BRE-
INQ CO.
Offlcc , a. Olh nmt I pnven-
worth SI' , Omabn
lutin Murbo\ur. Agt.
CONFECTIONUUY.
VOZGElE-lOINNINa
Mfr > t ( nmfcctlonors nnil
jotiberanr foruUn uiul
ilomustlc ( ruH , 1110
Hownrd 6t.
CARPJAGES
V/.R.DRUMMOHD.'cCO. '
o hutltlore HOBO
anil patrut wngona a
fluclilt ) .
ISth , opp Court lloiifo
CARRIAGE TOPS.
OMAHA CARaiAOE TOP C. J. ANDERSQM.
CD. , Jlrfs buirny tops backs ,
A , T Dnrbjr , Mgr Tops , cuslilonn etc Semi lur
ciuhlonj , bick , etc. catuk'K 3U S I2tli aU
_ ! UNojrth ISth at .
COAL , COKE , | CORNtCD.
OMAHA COAl , G0Kf& " TAIQU"GUFN"CEWOR K s
UME GO , , Mfrs. ( rnlvanUcd Iron
Hard and soft coal S K. cornice , window capis .
mctalio skjrIUIits , etc.
Ibtu acd
ccr
' -
Is. lll'J , Kli Doith-f-Bt
CLOTHING.
BLOTCHKY& COHEN , GILMORE&.RUHI ,
Clotblni ; . notionfurnMi Manufn and wliolemla
Intia ( ilro us p trial. clotblera 11W llitrui-y
bnmplOH pitpnlil bf ex *
strut ! t.
Iiri.53 HlJllarncr.
CONTRACTORS.
J. H. GLENN.
Contractors nn1 subcontractors for nil Muds of
bullitlni ; pln lerlnir p ilntbu c'tc . will receive a
cop ) of iilennN nrchllii tH ami builders illreitorv
frie , by nn ding tlnlr mime bnslnixa nnd lorn
lion to the | ubllrlur. J H l.lonn 1U ! - . 1Mb
btreeI
DRY GOODS.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
FURNITURE
GROCERIES. | DRUGS , Etc.
D. M. STEELE&CO. , BLAKE , BRUCZ& CO. ,
1201101 Jonci ttruct , 10th and Harney etrcctJ.
Umaha. Omaba.
GRAIN.
S.AMC WHORTER ,
215 lid of Trarto Broker
In iirnln. etc. 1'rlvnlo
wire lo N Y , Chicago
aad tit I.ouln.
PROPOSALS FOR 1'AVING.
Fcali'd iiropos.ilh lli ho re celt oil hv the un-
ilcistKiii'd until I . ! ( ) o'clock p m. . Mny " 0. Ih'i.1.
for r-lotiv P.ills 01 other i-'innlti' , olns II , ac-
conlliiK to spoclllcutions on Illu In the olllco of
Iho llo ud of PuhllciuKs
I'or piIni ; ; naiUof the following stn-cts .mil
a\i > nutsln the city of Om.iha c-iinnnspd In
street lmiio\uini'iitillstrlcls | Nos. 4J' . 4.'l , 4i' > ,
4 . ' I , 4.7. 4 > , 4 II. 4 1'3 411,41. , 4 I' ' . 4 H , 4 r > . 4 1(1. ( 4.17.
m ) , ' ! . 41' , 111.44. ' , 441. 411 and 4" > 3 , ordnrcil Im-
inoxcd liy onlliiaiii u No. HOI' ' , n'til moropai-
llculnrly iloMirlhLd us follows , \ \r \ ;
No 4..l-ith ( sticut fiom the hoiith line of
I'lurco btrcul to ino noitli line of Ilk'koiy
sircol.
No l.M I.p.ivcnworth strojt from Iho r-l
line of lUth stieut to thuu.ikl linu of llth
stiiot , , ,
No. 4."i liilh Htreut fiom the Fimtli llnoof
.lours Hiicut lo the nuith llnoof l.u tvcnwiii th
bin ut.
No. 4M "nciicer hlrcol fiom Minrnrin inc-
iino tn''lth strcol ,
\o. 4. ' " l-iithropstrcot from Miornmi n\c-
niio lo Ihth sticut.
No. 4 8-Hurt street from the wint line of
15th bticct to thooast llnnof llitli stroot.
No. 4-'i - prucohlinul from Iho west line of
2.'d hlicct lothoo.isl lliioof.'lthstriicl.
No , 4Jj OiMShtrcot from'JAI htiout to SHI )
" '
.NiHVll-Mnhon htieot from 20th sired f )
" Noi\\Y Mason Hired fiom the east line of
With street in the ist linn of llhl ntn ot.
No 411 KilMriul fiom tin ) no ill 1 nn of
J.uclld pl.ico to the norih line \\oolwurtli
" ' '
"Vo'i'l'l-l'allfoinla stieot fiom 11lh street to
ICNb4rS-l/ ! | ird street fiom l.'lh ' street In I4lh
" '
.NaW-Parkorstrcot fionii'lth street to Iho
U.lhl llllBllf ytl\t \ htlllCl ,
No 4t7-MJW.ini htieiit from -Ith Hlnulto
* > ' ' '
- . Hlreot fiomSM street to
jNo. 4f ) ( ' .ildwnll trcot fiom 21th slinet to
tint west llnoof jhlmi'bnililltlnii
No. 440 ilitriiian in nn nn from south line of
Grand iiviuiuu In Toil btruct.
Nil 44 ! 'wih htriet fiom Turnum street to
the norih line of I ) uonpiirt btriiul
No. 41' ' l > i\oniurl | htieot fiom ! l3th ttrcct
to 40th Htriet.
No 4li luth slrcot from the south line of
Ia\eiipnrt ) xtreot to Ciimliu xtrout.
No 411 Madlion uvenuo from Uthblrcut to
bliiTiiian , i\enui' .
And
No. 4V ) M Mary'H nvcniin hut wren the west
line of "uth blnet nnd the east llnoolTtli
btll'l'l , _
Knch hid toHocflfy a prlco per NQIIIUU ynid
for the pavli.iomplutu on each btrcct nnd
aveniiut-epdraluly in mild Improvument dis
tricts
U'oikto ho doii'j In nccnriliinco with nlans
nnd biicelllcitums on Illo In Iho ullluiuf Iho
bo.ir-l of iiuMlo uorl > H.
Kach proposal lo ho madonn printed blanks
furnUliod by Iho hoir.l , and Ji ho n com-
piinlnd hy u lurlllled chock In Iho hum of MI.
pnynlmi ID lliu city of Omuh.i , a un o\ldinco
" ' '
| | . Iho rluhi to award Iho
contricl on all thosild illslilcts to ethur oren
on each dlstrlil bvp.ii.itoly , buhjecl tnlliuhc-
lnotiou of the luuturlul by Iho propcity own-
HATS , ETC.
HAIlDWAlli :
HECTOR & WILHELMr LOOECK&LINN ,
CO , , eAloM hnrilwnro n
Corner 10th nnd JncXron nlc tool'
strcclj lui DoiiKtns street.
CHAS.n. IEE , JOH1A , WAKEFIE19
ritmood hiintior , TOO !
nriut nn I tu 'ur t >
tlooMnjt
hyilriullc rrni
( thanI VJllllU1) WllltO llMIA
UQUORS.
HER i. 02. , ' HERBERT.
Minor md-c'iinU , 1113
ll rnort Mfn Kan-
no.ir 9 Unit In Hi nit Wholcfilp liquor iK'vlcil ;
tan. 1UOI I annni st
MILMNT.UY
O.ASTOHEH1U , J.nBERFELDER CO. ,
Imimrtcrj niul jobbcrsol
Millinery notlom clo.iks iiilliliinry notlniu Mull
etc. lib Us s ICllmt. urili rn I'touilit Ui 11 A ,
llth .1
MUSICAL
A. H03PE , J3. , THE MEINBERO HO , ,
Plnnoi ornnin artists 10" .V ICIti bt I'lnnoo ,
nmtnrlAN , etc. 1518 liiurlc nnd nnislcnl 11 *
> nt. 'trununtB of nil klnJi
OILS.
STANDARD OIL CO. SHQD3J ? Oil
|
ltctlin.il nnil "nbrlcillni Nobil oil > - m IIKI
i'iltn'1 > i nn c h irrl 11
oils axloKr-iiv etc wliki Af fr , u SLIU
Hi Id Hiurmar \ TCU-II *
OYSTIMIS.
OVIUtALLS , SHIRTS. ETC.
KINDTS MEAD , ROBIHSHN STOKESCa
Mfr of "K A S" pant * Mfrn calebrated tlucio
hlrtsmd oMrnll , ite kln oTcmll
611 13 b 11th nt. Hh'rt , coali , utc
Onuttiu
1'RODUCH COMMISSION.
IvBtitilhlicil , IbTS
BRANCH IL SO. ,
WHITMEY&CO.
. Produce frul.s of all
Duller , civs and poultry klrnl * ojstcrs Ji ; U-
< liu latin ! . Utlist
KIRCCHBRAUH& JAS. A. CLARK A. CU , ,
SONS. , Uuttor. chooio eifi ,
Dotttr. eszi nn 1 poultr ; poultrnnd ; m .
Viii llonard-it 31 * boutii 13thtrjjl
J. A. RVDER . CO. G. PEQAU ,
Butler e./icheoM' ( ponl- ComralT-'on monhnnt ,
lr\ tildes and 11111 * Produce , untter ev i ,
l.Ti llcwnrd ftn-et. ctieo.u a&u piultr/
Itcifci to Com 1 .Vnl Hank 1.2Ui and UoTard st
MIUIIH4.MD DLAIN
Eprclnltlc' hutter CUES ,
cheese , poultry , ttc No
USb llth Itcf. Ut.Nnll
SCHROEDER & CO , MOORt . 'cFERQUSOH.
Zluttor , exf * , chei 9.
Tnsli buyers huttor nnd fruits poultry einii.
< VH"i. hindles nil other AKontn for My r
produce on cotuoilsloc Kuyal horu and c.atu
423b llth it. ipkc. Wj n th su
OREELEY&CQM J. B. HUSE&.C3.
lluttor , egt poultry , Our speeUltlot llutfr.
" ' e and poultry UU
1017 Howard Slrcet. | llowarU ilroj :
wTErRIDDELL" i
RIDOELL& . CO.
,
llVt till tiled lf > j 1
Wholsnle butter X Otv" lluttor , cbeeij em ,
Iturs nnd Kclls for iciictililcs frulupjul-
try nnd gaiuj
emit. 113 S llth st.
PAPER.
CARPENTER PAPER GO KlhQ PAPER CO.
Carry n dill mock of Wripplnt paper
prlntlni , ' wrapplnc and of twlnoi ute
Hrltlnv piper , can ! pi- Huunrd HtrtioU
pcr LIJ pbuno , 173J
STOVE REPAIRS.
OMAHA STOVE REPAH
wonxs ,
.toTori'p-lrs nuj wn ,
ntt'iohmcats fur any
kl id of Btora mjJe.
SASH TO VS.
cis or iniiyoi mil city council , to iojcciaiiy ; of
all hldu anil lo \ els . . . . , . , , . . , ,
Chairman of iho llo ud uf I'uhllc Uuil.s.
Omaha , \ob. , May Mil. Ib'l , ' .
May 5 , ( I. 12 , III. t
PROPOSALS KOK C tilt UI NO.
Honied jiropnials will hu received by tlio
uiidirsUm > d until I Mil o'clock p. m , .May 20th ,
IS'J , ' , fin Iho following kinds of cuibliu niatu-
rl.il , v i/ : , _ _
Hed Color ido sandstone.
V , hlte Color iilo h.indilonu.
lloren s.iiidstoiic
All .iiciirdln , ' to specific illnns.
roreurhlni puts of the following strootn
. and alleys In Iho city of Om ilmeiimurl-oil In
iticet ImproMiiniiilt dlslrh Is Nos I.4 ' , IJ > , 4.0 ,
4.7 , I.N 41) , 411 , IK. 4U Ill , 41' , 411 and 111 , or-
ileijil lniprove.il hy Ordliiniuo No .1" ; ' , nnd
moro p irtlcutiirly doser lied as follows , \ \i \
No l.'l-l.o noirvoith stieut fiom Iho vvoit ,
line of Mil strout ( o the o tit line of llth
b '
No'4r > l.'lh utrout fiom thosinitli Him of
, TOIIL > S sticut tu ihu ninth 1 no of l.o.ivoimorth
No I i > Spnncor hlrcot from .Shounaii a
nun lo''lth Hiient
.No. IJr I , ithrop sticol fro-u Slionnan avu-
Illle to Ir-lll Hlll'l't
No I's-lluit street fiom the uost line of
nth hi nut to the nasl line of I'llh Hireut
No 4 U I iss street from 2'd utroiit to 31th
No 4I" > I/ard st'cet from I2lh sirout to llth
No 411 10th Htroot from I'arn im Hticul lo
thii nut III line of Divenpiirt Hlruot.
No , II. 1) iiciiporthtrout from .Ulli sliool In
401 h M i out.
No I ,1-lUlh hlri'i't rium thn smith Hun of
DiivcniiorL hlronl to Oiimlai htr.'ol
No. Ill MiiilUon avenuii from 14th strool to'
Hhorm.in 11011110.
I aeh hid toHpiclfv a prlcii per lineal Teeter
( or cilrhuu e'lmplulu on uieh simul and
aonuusupiratolv , lit said Improvement ills-
Work to ho douo In iiLcord inco with plant
an I speullleallousiin II u in Iho olllco of Urn
hoard of puhllo works
IViih proposal lo ho made on punted h'anki '
( iirnlHliod hv Iho hum I. and to ho aeiom >
pmliid hy aeortllliid huek In I liu HIM of I .
jmyahlo lo thuelly of Uniali i , as an miilen o
. the rUht to aw ir.l tlm
contract on ill th" s ild dlslrlols tojiilli.ir oren
on uich dlsliu isepinloly. fur the iiirTuront
kin Ibof mnlorlal MuliJouMo the b'jo.'lioii of
the material by Ihe pioporly OVUIOM , or n. . Ivor
and cliy e i inei , t < i rojuct an } or ail lildiu 4
I'huliiK.in ' lli > ii > ilo ( 1'ulila Uorks.
UMPTIQN ,
1 Imuo liimllto iciiiml ; ( or the nlui odli a > .i > i by Hi
uivthi'UBHiuUiif raws nf the unr t Vlnd suil uf Inn
lUiiihiie ham t > nn cun l , Imlowl tu rtrm U luy ftltli
luittrllkary , Hut I will iwnd TWO Horn s mrK.wltli
_ VAI.UAIII.I. TIiAriHK ! : on lln itiwaMi tu.nr m ( .
f' ror xhu will M ud me their I ipri i nnd I' , O , ml.lren.
T. A. f-luium. ,11. C' . , 1UU 1'eurl Hi. , N , lr.

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