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THE QMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY ; FEBRUARY 16. 1887 ; . . . . . 3
WHEAT RAIDED BY BEARS ,
The Oereal Carried Down During the Latter
Partlof the Session.
CORN VERY QUIET AND DULL.
A I'licnomrnnl Itulgo In Pork Cnrrlos
tlic 1'rlcc Awny Up The Decline
In Cattle Checked
Mags Active.
CHICAGO nionucE SIAUKKT.
CmcAOO , Feb. 15. [ Special Telcsrnm to
the HKE. ] Whc.it started out strong nntl
rulvnncctl n trlllt' , but afterward became weak
under largo ofTerliiRS , Inter stiffened on the
receipt of strotmer advices from England ,
coupled with reports of liberal exports from
the seaboard. In tlio latter part of MIO ses
sion there was a bear raid and prices were
sent down to the Icmcbt ilgutcs of the day ,
showing a fchrlnkago of ! { X' ( ? < ; c on the o cur
rent nt tlio close jesteulay. The mnpe was
narrow , but the changes wcro frequent , and
trading In the nt't'ionto \\as largo. May
opened at * tJfc ) , and sales wore at and be
tween 70.V'M > e , closing at fliYc. June sold
at 81J < c , down to Kijfp , and closed at Sl' < e.
July elided at Xc. September sold nt b5c
unit SMKeUecember sold at hS @ssj < c.
February closi-d at 73Yc , .March at i ? < c , and
April at 7-J' ' c. Corn was ( inlet nml ( in the
wliole dull , with fluctuations confined to 3tc
range. The shorts were the principal buyers ,
but a fair business wns transacted in tliuay
of changlnu lioin May to Juiiu nnd .Inly.
Mav opcnpd at SUXi1 a'1 ' s"ld nt.'Ri Oiw c
tip to 8JJc , and closed nt Sli'ic. a ' .fc ilcrllnu
f nun yesterday. Pork advanced to SWA" , , fell
liai-k to SlH.Jf and then advanced to SUW.
Long before noon It became noised about
that Aimour and Cmlahy were suiely under
It nnd pork prices began ellmhlni ; rapidly up
ward until an advance of substantially ( $
B5c hud beuu made. A ( ) iilct spell followed
because the shorts did not seem so anxious
to rush In as earlier In the day , nnd about IDc
of the advance was lost. Hut befoio noon
the bulge began with ledoublvd energy , and
by li:15 ! : uork was selling excitedly at sH.33 ,
nearly SV : per barrel higher than the low
point ye.steiday. It can only bo .said In a
general way that everybody was buying or at
least wanted to buy. It was a lunrKet on
which sellers hung back and permitted the
buyers to bid the market up , now and then
clvlng them a little stuff to Keep up the in
terest , Toward the close prices be an react
ing a little , the ureat bulk of the short Inter
est likely to comeout to-day beinir apparently
satisfied. During this last reaction .May got
back to 814.20.
V:30p. ! : m. On the afternoon board wheat
was heavy and brokt > ? 4c under heavy liqui
dating by tones. Corn dropped ' 40 , Provi
sions uero unsettled but closed htiong nt out
side ligurcs and 1-V higher on nie.ss pork.
Wheat tor .Maxell sold at [email protected] ! > 4C , April nt
7.WOJ73KC.May at [email protected] 4c , June at NH , ®
WJJfc , July at tj , ' < gWi4t ! , September nt & % ( . - *
S4'4c , closing at about the outside. Corn tor
May sold nt % i6c , down to SlUfc , March at
WQcWhc , April nt 34 0. Oats lor .March
sold at JI'f.Cjr.MJfc. April at .M c. May at 2S&
@i < c , closing at to V'-'i'Hc. ! .Inno sold at
! Wc. Pork for Slay Mild'at SH.175i(3H. ( aland
closed at the lowest ligures. Lard for March
sold at SO.S5 , April at SO.WM. May at SO.'J7
@ 7.0U. June at $7.05.
CHICAGO L.1VI3 . STOCK.
CHICAGO , TFeb. 15. [ Special Telegram to
the UKI : . ] CATTLE The supply was con
siderably lighter than was expected , and for
this reason there was a check In yesterday's
downward decline. Handy light nnd medium
weight cattle wcro In strong demand and , It
anp different , sold stronger than on yester
day. Prices , however , were not quotably
better , and roueli , thin and heavy cuttle were
generally very slow sale. Shipping steers ,
1 ! 0 to 1.100 It ) * . . 3l.GOQfi.05 ; 1200 to 13M Ibs. ,
J4.UOQ4.Oa ; U50 to laoo Ibs. , S3.SO'44.ir > .
Stackers and feeders. S'J.SOfa.'UK ) ; cows , bulls
and mixed , S1.H'X : ( ( > ; bulk , S2.503.ao.
Hoos-Tho mnrkdt was active , with another
Advance of nearly 1c on nearly all sorts. A
few fancy heavy sold at Sri.COW.'i.fVi ; good to
choice packing sorts , S5.80f35.50. and com
mon 5.lf.Q5.srj. Light sorts sold at S4.U
6.40 ; Yorkers , S5.'[email protected] : .
FINANCIAL *
N w York. Feb. 15. MONKY On call ,
[email protected] Ier ) cent' closinu at 3 per cent , offered.
I'ltiMc MuucA.vrn.E PAPKK 5 ( 0 per
cent.
STEm.tsn ExcnANOR Dull but steady at
4.b.r.M for sixty tlay bills ; S4.bS > for de-
niantl.
( lovuRNMi-NTS Government bonds were
dull but bteady.
S rorKs-Thu openlnu of stocks was tame
and rattier heavy. There was some slight
Advances In tlie first few minutes , but later
prices yielded small Irartions under the ef
forts of tlit ) boars. Some slight Improvement
was made after that time on an extremely
dull market , which wits soon neutralized by
nn attack upon Union Pacllie. A better
U-L'lliig was noticed in thn last hour , how
ever , and the market closed steady to linu ,
close to the opening livtures.
STOCKS ON WALL STREET.
Ohlcnoo , Feb. 15. Following quotations
are the 2'JO : closing figures ;
Flour Steady nmlBunclmncert ; ilour ,
pAtenti ? , 84.MiQ4.bo : low craaes , .
rye Ilour. quu-t at 3.i < 38.40 ; In ck nnd
tan els , Sia.70.
Wheat bteady and more quiet ; opened at
ibout closing and closed Jp31c under vestcr-
dny ; casti , TJJi'c ; May , 7t > Xc ; June. S06'c.
Corn Steady , with no material change
sarly , closing kC < 4Vc ; lower ; cash , B3c ; May.
; June , 40c.
Oats Weak and HQ'.fc lower : cash , C4'/c ;
May , 2SKc : June. ' "Jo.
Jye-lull { at 5lc.
Jiarley- Nominal at WXgoSc.
Tuuotliy seed I'rloin , Sl. ! > 5.
Flaxseed S1.0I.
Whli.K-y-Sl.lS.
I'ork Opened rather steady and advanced
; onsldcrauly , making O'JXQiVK ! up to neai
Hie close , atttir which lluctiuitlons wcro con.
5iu > ( itoa range ot lOytlSc , closing steady ;
tash. S14.15 ; May , 814.80 : Juno. S14.B2K.
l.nrd Active ami ! 5' l7Mo higher ; casli ,
IO.S5 : May , SO.U7K < r < (7.00 ( ; June , t'K > .
Bulk 'Meats Shoulders. SO.OOA625 ( ; shorl
clpar.S7.WKi7.ft5 ! ; bhort ribs , S7.2-.itf.
Uutter Quiet ; creamery , 20J < ( < fi6c ; dairy ,
WMCi-te.
Cnet fl Quiet , full cream Cheddars , and
Bats , UJtffulSc ; young Americas , 13l4c :
tkims , tkulSJfc.
Tallow blow ; No. l country , solid , Sfc ;
No.2.2 fcctk ; . ,4o. .
Hides Ureen , Cc ; heavy green salted
To ; s.\ltod bull , Cc : green salted tilf , l > o
dry salted hides , lOc ; dry Hint , lia
deacons , 40c each.
Itecelpts. Shipments
Flour , bbls . 27,000 U3,00 (
Wheat , bu . 24,000 30,001
Corn , Im. , . . , . G4.000 51001
Oats , bu . 101,000 6 > ,00 (
Itye , tm. . . , , . . , . 2,000 i.ooi
Barley , hu. , , . 80,000 23,00 (
Now York , Feb. 15. Wheat Keceipts
23,000 ; exports , 131,000 ; s | > ot , ( kc liik'he
and fairly active ; options opeiunt linn anil
KUancod Ht l c , later ruled easier and de
dined IWUic. closing heavy ; ungraded red
KWt'J5c ; > 'o. 1 red , V3 c ; .So. 8 red.
No. 2 red , S9kaVOc ( In btore nnd elevator
Wi&UXc delivered , bO tiJM c , f. o. b.
hlarch closing at bftc.
Corn Spot about } fc and options J <
lower , closing heavy ; receipts , 01,000 : ux
jorts , 2,000 ; unsrAded , 4S iij4SKe ( ; No. 3
4S fc ; No. 2 , 4,91 0 In elevator , 49 > , o doll\-
ercd ; March closine at 48'fc.
Oats Shade easier , but moderately active ;
receipts , 15000 ; exports , 1,400 ; mixed west
ern , StWjMT'tc : whlto western , 3SS42c.
Petroleum Quiet : United closed nt OO c ,
Kgcs Dull and heavy ; western , 17c.
Pork Quiet but linn ; mess quoted at 513.75
014.00 for old ; SU.for new.
Lard Higher nnd moderately active ) west
ern steam , snot , 87.12K'
Uutter Firm and In lair demand.
Milwnukoo. Feb. 15. Wheat Weak ;
cash , 74c : March , Tilfc : May , 78)ic. )
Corn Kasy ; No. 3 , 30Vc.
Oats Firm ; No. 2 , white , Sl' e.
Kye-lllglierjNo. 1.65WC.
Harley-Stoady : No. 2 , 60c.
Provisions lllglier ; pork , February ,
814.05.
Cincinnati , Feb. 15. Wheat Firm ; No.
2 red. S-le.
Corn Firm nnd higher ; No. 2 mixed ,
Kc.
Oats Quiet : No. 2 mixed , oOc.
liye KlrmNo. ; 2,00(3 ( < Hc.
Pork-Dull at S14.00.
Lard Stronger at 80.75.
Whlsuy-Steadyat JI.13.
Minneapolis , Feb. 15. Wheat Moadlcr ;
Nh. 1 hard , cash and February , 7Cc : .May.
706 < c , June , hlc : No. 1 northern , cah ami
February. 74J/c ; May , 75 < c ; June. ? 'c ; No. 2
nnd not them , cash , February , TS c ; May ,
7.V4c.
hour-Pull ; uatcnts , SI.403M.oO ; bakers ,
S3..VN13.CO.
Kcceipts Wheat. 69,000hii ; flour , 225 bbls.
Shiimii'Uts Wheat , 13,000 bu , ; Hour ,
13 , ocobbls.
St. Louis. Feb. 15. Whrnt Easy ; cash ,
7Cc ; .May.bOJ , < c ; June , 81 Sf.
Corn Kasy : No. 2 mixed , cash , 33 # ;
May. 35Jsf3cc.
Oats Steady ; No. 2 mixed , cash , 27c ; May ,
s < \ ! , < 0- ,
live asy at. ? ( . ' .
Whlskv-Sl.13.
Pork VlriniT at S1I.2.1 ; .
l.ard Strong at SO.60.
Uutter-Ojik-t and easy ; creamery , 21 @
27c ; dairy , iSv-t'iic. .
Afternoon Hoard Wheat weak , 'ff lc
lower ; corn , easy , , ' $ c lower ; o.its easy , ; s
lower.
ilanxs City , Feb. 15. Wheat Weak ;
No. 2 led , cash , no bids G'Jke ' asked : Febru
ary , no bids , no oircrinu' : > ; March , C'Jc bid ;
no ottering.
Corn A tilllu stronger ; No. 2 cash , 2S ? c
bid. 29Kc asked ; February , no bids , no olter-
Incs : March , 2'o ' ) bid , no offering ! ) .
Oats Nominal.
DLIvpriiool , Feb. 15. Wheat Firm and
demand fair ; holdeis offer moderately ; Cal
ifornia No. 1 , 7 ; , fid'ccTs ' 7d per cental.
Corn Firm , demand lirm ; now mixed
western , 4s 4Jd per cental.
New Orleans , Feb. 15. Corn irregular
at 45 ® ice.
Oats Steady ; choice western , S6l4 < g37c.
Cornmi'al ( juiot and lirm at W.-5.
Hoc Prouucts L'nshettlod but generally
hicher. Pork. S14.12J.J. Lard , 50.27 , Uulk
meats and shoulders , So.bO. 1,0111 ; clear and
clear ribs. S7.12hS7.2ft.
iaVK STOCK.
Chtonun , Feb. 15. The Drover's Journal
lenorts as follows :
Cattle Itecelnts , 7,009 ; strong ; shipping
steers , si.VX35.05. : stoekors and loedi-rs ,
S2..Toa3.liO ; : cows , bulls and mixed , Sl.bO
< ai.oo : ; bulk , Sisoo.-i.uo.
Hogs iU'ceipt.s , H.OOO ; strong ; rough and
mixed , SS.lOc-iH.IO ; packing and shipping ,
S5.25iO.M ( ; light , i4.fcO i5.BU ; skips , S3.50(3 (
-l.bO.
Sheep Keceipts , 0,000 ; steady ; natives ,
S2W.f4.90 ; western , [email protected] ; lambs ,
S4.00i5.VA ( ) .
QCattle. hog and corn reports to the
Drover's Journal this week say : There are
fewer tat cattle nnd decidedly lewer hogs in
Iowa. Cholera is bad in places. Illinois re
ports fcliow a scarcity of fat cattle , hogs and
corn , and cholera among the pigs bad. Mis
souri reports lully as many cattle. Hogs are
scaiceand considerable hog cholera prevails
and corn Is hiidi and dear. Nebraska reports
more cattle and fewer hogs than usual.
Niitlon : > I Stock Ynrils , Knst St.
tiouls , III. , Feb. 15. Cattle Keceipts , 1.2DO ;
steady ; choice heavy native steers , S4.4U.3
J.t)5 ) ; fair to good bhipplne steers , S3.SOfj4.W ( ; ;
Dutcher * ' steers , fair to choice , 53.10 4.1.1 ;
feeders , fair to uood , [email protected] ; stackers ,
talr to gotxl. S2.103.00.
Hogs Keceipti.4,500 ; active and .stronger ;
choice heavy and butchers' selections , 35.40
5.GO ; packing , fair to good , [email protected] ;
Yorkers , medium to fancy , < 5.05 5.20 ; pigs ,
common to good , S4.40 4.'JO.
KunHiiH City , Feb. 15. Cattle Receipts.
2tVX ) ; shipments , 400. Opened btronu' and
active for shipping steers but closed weak ;
cows nnd butchers steers were active and a
shade higher ; common to choice , 53.40 4.40 ;
stockers.steadv.at S2.fiO < ftH.l5 : feeding steers ,
steady , at [email protected] ; cows , S2.253.40.
Heirs Kfcelpts , 9.000 ; shipments , POO ;
choice shipping stull weak , others [email protected]
loner ; common to choice , 84.75 ( 5.35.
OMAHA IilVK STOCK.
Tuesday , Feb. 15.
Cattle.
The receipts of cattle were heavier to-day
than they have been for some time. The
market was stong and active. The bulk
of the stock In was sold.
The receipts of hos were liberal. The
market opened active nnd at an advance of
[email protected] The demand was strong and every
thing offered on the market was taken
readily. _
Sheep.
There wcro no fresh receipts and nothing
\vasdoneon the market.
Receipts.
Cattle . 000
Prevailing Prices.
Showing the prevailing prices paid for live
stock on this matkot :
Choice steers , 1S.M ) to 1500 Ibs . . . . 34.25(3:4.50 ( :
Choice steers , 1100 to 1300 Ibs. . . [email protected]
Good to choice corn-fed cows. . . . 2.75 < cf3.50
Fair to medium grass cows . 2UOC'CJ.50
Hood to choice bulls . 2.2.VIZ3.25
Light and medium hogs . 4.tNl > ( < (5.0.j
Good to choice heavy hogs . 5.10 5.20
Good to choice mixed hogs . 5.05 15.15
Choice sheep , 90 to 120 Ibs . 3.005.4.00
KoprcHcntutivo Males.
STUEI ! ? .
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
4. . . . bT7 83.50 SO. . . .1372 4.10
2. . . . 9 ) 3.50 20. . . .1265 4.15
43. . . .1003 ,75 17. . . .1278 4.15
4 . . .1120 3.80 32 , . . .1104 4.15
1..1310 4.00 G..1S33 4.20
37. . . . 1234 4.00 15. . . . 120 4.20
15. . . .1123 4.00 19. . . .1230 4.20
13..10ill 4.00 24. . . .1294 4.25
17. . . 1202 4.05 10.140-i 4. !
18..12t 4.05 'J..1320 4.40
' 19 , . . . 1224.05 !
COWS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
2..12.'iO ? 2.25 U..1057 SS.OO
8 , , . . low 2.n ; i..i2oo 3.00
S..lUjO 2.W 0..1127 3.00
3. . . . 1203 2.50 5. . . . tiTl 3.05
3..1210 2.75 7..1218 3.05
13..1044 2.bO 1C..100.1 3.15
20. . . . 1033 2.H ) H..1077 3.25
3.1&'X ) 2.b5 15..IOCS 3.25
2..1125 2.W 18..1101 8.0 : !
12 . . .1075 3.00 1. . . . 18(10 3.00
4..1037 3.00 S..1205 3.50
BULLS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
4..12 < V. 82.50 1..17W S2.55
3..1500 2.50 1..1700 2.75
2..1IHO 2.57JJ 1..150U 5.75
O..15.'l 2.00 1..UWO 2.75
1..1S20 2.75 1..1005 2.75
COWS ANO HULLS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
3..12.V. S2.75 2..1&05 3.00
2..1SX ) 2.75
lllLL ! § AND STA08.
No. Av. Pr.
7..IBS ! S'.bO
STAUS.
No. Av. Pr.
a . . .1465 3.00
lions.
No. Av. Shk Pr No. Av. Silk. Pr.
7S..17U 4g S4.57X ft1.27S 200 S5.10
U1..1 J 4.90 C < ) . . . .2. 200 5.10
71..218 320 4. ' > 1 74..241 40 5.10
W..101 240 4.1K ) 43. . . 2iXJ t 5.10
Rl . . 157 4.95 20..2U3 SO 5.10
71 . . .225 40 5.tti C-J..307 200 5.10
ft.244 ! 120 5.O. . 75..219 40 5.12
W 203 W ) 5.05 C3 2W 2)0 fi.WJ
C3..2I7 120 5.05 * , . . ,2.VJ 200 iS.12 > i
fi..240 120 5.05 07..251 M2U
71..227 IfpQ 5.05 C.1..2s'5 ' 120 5.12
7rt..2IO 200 5.07)i CO. . . .2fi9 V.O 5.12U
73..211 KO 5.07V54..807 2CO 5.15
67..221 SOO 5.07K 03..254 6.15
7l..2-a 40 5.10 5rt..805 'itf 5.17
72 . . .253 240 5.10 03 . . .205 100 5,20
bl..215 120 5.10
fc of Prices.
Stiowlnn the hlKbest and lowest prices
, J paid for loads olho/s on thU market durlui ;
. .
A * W- * * *
the past spvcn d v anil for Iho s ! mo time
last month nnd a year ato.
' Jan 1M7 | KubTTssFeb. ) . ISS-O
llth Sunday 4.W ® S.l ) ats
10th 4.40 4.M . . 3.50 4.0) .
llth 4.IV < Tl4.fiO 4.M diS.50 J.W ) i4.05
U'th 425 SM.rfl 4.rO ( % 5.10 3.85 ® IW
mill 4.05 O4.40 Sumlny .
Hth 4.95 Sunilny
JMh 4.35 A4.65 H.OJ Q.4.10
Shipment1" .
Showlne the number of cattle , hess and
sheep shipped from the yards during thu day.
CATTLU.
No. cars. Kt. ' Dcst.
11 . Sill. . , . , c „ 'IMP ' °
! M . . . .N. W . Chicago
linns.
9 . .It 1. . . .Chtcauo
All sales of stock in this market are made
iKircwt. live welslit unless otherwise stated.
Dead IIOKJ sell at Kc per Ib. for all wclirhts.
"Skins , " or hois welching less than 10J | M.
no value. Pregnant sows are docked 40 103.
nnd stags SO Ibs , by the public Inspector.
Notes.
Cattle active.
Heavy receipts.
llosst > @ 10clilpher.
J. H. Vallery , Plattsmoiith , was in with
cattle.
M. II. Cone , Hebron , Neb. , was In and
sold a load ot cattle.
Hobert Lucas , Pierce , Neb. , was horc with
two loads of cattle.
C. E. Welsh , Papllllon , Neb. , was herewith
with a car of hoss.
J. II. Johnson & Co. bought six loads of.
cattln on toda.'s . market.
Warren Kale , Friend , Xeb. , was nmotig
the visitors at the yards.
Lohinan & Hothchlld bought eight loads of
cattle on today's market.
Andv Haas was the buyer of six loads of
cattle on to-day's market.
J. S. Magers , Washington , Knn. , was In
with two loads of cattle.
T. C. Kirk was In with two loads of cattle
for J. M. Hedne , ot Yiitan.
K. W. Hiirdlck , Herman , Nub. , was In and
marketed tlueo loads of cattle.
11. B. Uauimel , Herman , was hero with
the loads of c.ittlu which sold.
Mr. Uarstow , of Nichols it Harstow , Old ,
was among thu vlsitois at the yards.
The Ando-Amcrican Packing company
bought I , : ! * ! * hogs on to-day's maikut.
George Molsncr , of MeKner * Taylor ,
Shelton , was in and sold a load of hogs.
Mr. Dlxon , of Dixon A ; Co. , Uennett , was
in and sold a load ot good corn led cattle.
Joseph 11. Smith. Coining , la. , a well
known leeder , was in and sold n load of cat
tle.
tle.Mr.
Mr. Giaham , Ked Oak , In. , wns in looking
over the maikut with a viuw of shipping hero
later.
J. 1) . Parker , of Norrls & Parker. Elliot ,
la. , was here and marketed a load ot
cattle.
Henry Kuhlo , Asplnwall , I n. . was hero
and sold a loivt ot no s which topped thu
market.
II. Smith , Friend , Nub. , was In with two
lo.uh ot cattle and two of hogs , which sold
on thu maikut.
Hen Wallln , Stanton , la. , w.is In with his
first shipment , one car uf hogs , which brought
more than he expected.
Mr. P.irsons the well known hog buyer
for , ) . P. Siiulics. ot lioston. began buying
hogs here to-dav. Ho sajs lie has come to
stay this time. Ho bought nine lo.ids on to
day's market.
OMAHA WHOIjIOSAIjt } J MAKKKTH
Tuesday , Feb. 15.
Tlwfollmvlnu prices arcfnr round lots of
jrotluccti8 milil on the market IOMJ. \ . 'inc
( jHofritfous on fruits represent the price * M
whlvli oiitishlc onlcru are tilled.
Eio.s The market \\as slow and dull to
day at 14gl5V ( , with an occasional sale
at IGo.
UrTTr.il The rece'pis ' arc liberal and the
market \\eak. The choicest is selling mostly
nt iodise ; fair to good. ! 4 ( < il5c ; common ,
10i.si.ic.
PoL'i.Tisv The receipts were very light
and the demand good for choice diessed
chickens. Chickens 10cyok ; ( grutlO esll
geese and ducks @ 10c.
GAJII ; . The only game coming In now Is
rabbits , and they are slow sale on account of
luheral receipts. Dealers lind it slow work
disposing of them. Ducks , Mallard , per
do/ 81.75'J.OO ; Teal , per doz. Sl.'J5i1.50 ( ;
mixed , Sl.ft" > : Reese , per doz , Si.r > 0.t.a.OO ( ;
branU. per doz , SiOO : jack ra'jbits , per doz ,
S'.Olxaii.OO ; small , SOftOUc.
VKHKTAIILKS Beets , carrots , parsnips and
turnips are quoted at OOc. Horse-radish
roots S 1.00(24. ( fa per bbl.
POTATOKS There have been a few re
ceived this week , but they were mostly small
stock. The market Is not active nnd the
trade is confined to the salu of small lots
from the store. Fair to good , from store , 55(31 (
OOc ; choice stock , from store , small lots , GO ®
C5c ,
APPLES The market continues linn and
higher. ChoiccMlssotiri stock per bbl , Si.OO ;
Choice Michigan stock , per bbl , S4.UTX24.50 ;
Fancy Michigan stock , per bbl , & 5.00.
hr.MONS Messina , fancy , per box , 55,00.
OHANOEK There isalineral supply of good
stock on the market ; Valencia per c.ise ,
S0.00 i.0.50 ; California , per box 53.00 ( < iS.5 ;
Florida , per box , 58.00(33.25. (
( ' llAl'KS Malaga , lull weight , SO. 20(27.00. (
BANANAS The supply of bananas ni this
season of the year Is not largo COM CO , suffi
cient to supply the demand. Largo bunches ,
per bunch , S'[email protected] : > 0.
CAIIIIAOI : Choice stock Is bringing a lit
tle better prices than a week ago. Califor
nia cabo.me , per Ib , : ic.
OYSTBIM Mediums , 20c : standards. 2Cc :
selects , 2sc ; extra selects , 3-Jc ; .X. Y. counts ,
3c.
ONIONS -Homo grown stock , per bu. 31.00
@ 1.40.
Cr.LKiiY Choice stock , per doz. 40 N1 > c.
CKANIIRRRIKS Cape Cod , f.incr , per bbl ,
S12.00bell ; and bugle , per bbl. 510.00 ; Bell
and Cherry , S' .75.
BIANS : inferior stock , 75yS1.00 ; good
clean country , SI. 00 1.25 ; medium , tiand
picked , 31.40 > jsl.5o ; hand picked navy , S1.50
.
PUOVISIONS Ham , 12c ; breakfast bacon ,
c ; cle.ir sldo bacon , 8 > c ; diy salt
sids , Sc ; shoulders , 7c : dried beof. regular ,
He ; dried beef , ham pieces , 14c ; lard , 50 Ib
cans , f } fo ; lard , 20 Ib cans , Fairbanks , 7c ;
lard , 10 Ib cans , Fairbanks , 7J e ; lard Sib
cans , 7ijc ; lard. 3 Ib cans , 7 0.
FLOUR AND Mir.r.sTUFFS Winter wheat
( lour , best quality patent , * 'J.75 ; second qual
ity , S'J.iiX < i-,60 : best iiunllty Kprinir wheat
Hour , patent. S2.40Q2.W ) ; W. J. Welslmn'H
buckwheat ( lour , per bbl , SO. 00 : do , double
sacks , S.'LOO per hundred ; W. J. Welshan's
No. 1 , ready raised , forty 2)5 Ib packages in
case . 84,50 ; do , twenty 5 11) packages In case ,
S4.W ; bran , 70c per cwt ; chopped teed , 75c pur
cwt : whlto corn meal , twc ; yellow corn ,
meal , & 0\ii')0c ) per cwt ; screenuiL' . 50i75c ( per
cwt ; hominy , S1.50 : shorts , 70e per cwt ;
graham , 51. 75 ; hay. In balus , § 7,00 PIT ton.
Orocor'n fiist.
PICKI.KS Medium. In bbls , SS.OO ; do , In
half bbls , S4.50 ; small. In bbls , S10.00 ; do , In
half bbls. SG.OO ; ghurUlns , In bbls , SH.OOjdo ,
in half bbls , SO.OO.
SUOAUS 1'owderen , nxanc ; cut Joat
C5fitOKcKr. ( ; nulatiHl,014(30'i ( < , o ; confectioners
A , tiKOtttc : standard extra C , SXGtWc ; extia
C. 5\(35) ( ) < c ; medium yellow , 4KS c.
MATCHES Per caddie. 2-'ic ; square cases ,
f 1.70 ; mule square. 81.au.
SYHUP No. 70 , 4-gallou kegs , si.30jJl.S5 ;
Now Orleans per gallon 3s < ! ilOo ; maple syrup ,
half bbls , "old time. " per gallon , 70c ; 1 gal
lon cans per doz , 810.00 ; half gallon cans ,
per doz , S5.no ; quart cans , SH.OU.
CANDY Mixed , lK3UKo ; stick , S' QOS'c.
CRACKHHS ( iarnunu's soda , butter and
picnic. 5' < c ; crt-amsbkc ; ginger snaps , bUc ;
city soda. 7 } . ' .
STAHCII Mirror gloss , i Ib , Co ; mirror
gloss , 3 Ib , 5Jjc [ : mirror closs , Gib , 0 ic ;
( iravos corn , 1 Ib.o'.c ; Kingsford's corn. I ID ,
7c ; Klngsfonl'o gloss , 1 Ib. 7c ; KiiiL'sford s
closs , fllb. 7Kc. KiiiL-sford's pure lib. RVtfo ;
Kinesford's pure , 3 Ib , 5 c ; Kinpsfords
bulk , 4c.
SOAPS Kirk s savon Imperial , S2.70 ;
Kirk s satinet. 53.00 ; Kirk s standard , 3.a > ;
Kirk's white Itussian. S4.00 ; Kirk's white-
can , 5C.60 ; dom , 53.6 > 5j washboard , 3.10 ;
whlto cloud. S3 , 75.
pears , per case , 84.50 ; apricots , per CMj ,
$4.00 ; punches , per case , S5.00 ; white cher
ries , per case , SO.uO ; ii.nuis. per case , S < M15 ;
early June peas per case. Si75 ; : i Ib toma
Kiti'iT .No.1 quarter apples _ , . ,
. uvaporatca In boxes , ISQIS C : blaelc-
' ? ! " * < OIe' ! ' l0iiQUo ; peaches , Salt Lake ,
" ' "
peaches , cvajioratea
raopbcrrles. new , S"c : ; wirrcnuv C c ;
prunes , new. 7'[email protected] c.
COFFKM.S Ordinary mdes , I4 > 15c fair
15l Kc ; prime. 15H(3iOc ( : choice , NKjilOH'cs
fancy orecn nnd ypHow. IfXrflTc ; ' ' old rov-
ernment .Inva , eooJ' ; Inteffof ' .iftva ,
20c ; Mocha. ' 22 < a-J4c ! , A Buckle's , roxstcd
M u ; McLaueliKn's XXXX roasted , 20 ' 4'c ;
Dtlworth's.20c ; Kcd Crps. 20 ' 4 c.
General MnrlcnM.
\Aiwi inES liatre's , per gallon i rurnt-
ture. extra , S1.10 ; furniture. No. 1. 81.00 ;
cnficli extra , 81.40 ; roach , No. 1,81.30 ; Da-
mar , , extra , $1.75 ; Japan , 70c ; nsnhnltum ,
extra S5c : shcll.ic , 83.50 ; hard oil linlsh ,
ilEAVY HATumAnE iron , ratn J2.S )
plow BtcclSDCcIn last,4Hocruclblestcel,0 ; } < c
cast tools , ( fo. 12 < ( ? lSc ; watron spokes , per set ,
S2.00 ( < i.V)0 ; hubs , per set , 81.84 ; felloes.
sawed dry , 81.50 ; tongues , each. SOc : nxeN.
each. 75c ; suuare nuts , twr Hi. OlrtTIc : cell
chRln , per Ib. O itfl c ; malleable , 7a5 ( > c ; iron
wedees , Cc ; crowbars , 0 > - ; harrow teeth , 4' < , c ,
spring steel. 7 ( < tyc ; Burden's horse shoes
84.75 ; Burden's mule shoes. * ' .75. Barbed
wire. In car lots S4.00 nor 100 Ibs Nails ,
rates. 10 to M ) . SMO : steel nails. $2.tH ) .
Shot , 81.05 ; buckshot , 81,55 ; oriental powder ,
kegs , 82.50 ; do. half kegs , SiOO ; do. quarter
kegs , 81.50 : blasting , kegs 82.355 fuse , per 10
feet. G5e. Lead bar. Sift
PAINTS IN OIL Whlto lead. Omaha , ! ' P. ,
Cc : white lead. St. Louis , pure , use ; Mar
seilles green. 1 to Ib cans , So ; Kronen zinc ,
crecn seal , 12o ; rench zinc , rod seal. He ;
French zinc. In vnrnUti nsft. 20c ; Kench
zlne.7.Sc ; vernillllon , KndHi , In oil , 75c ;
red , lOc : ro o pliiK , 14c ; \ enetlnn red , Cook-
son's , 2'fe : Venetian led , Ameilcau. l e ;
red lead , } < c ; chrome yellow , genuine , 2i'c ;
chroino yellow , K. 12c ; ochre , rochelle. He ;
ochre , French , 2jfc ; ochre , Ameriran ,
l.'ic ; Winter's mineral. 2 pLenigh biowu ,
2 > < c ; Spanish brown , 2Mc ; Prince's mineral ,
Colosne sulrlts. 1S8 proof , 81.17 ;
do 101 proof , 81.13 ; spirit" , second quality ,
101 proof , 81.17 : do 1SS proof. 81.10 Alenliol.
1W prooi. S2.0 per wine rallon. Itcdlotilled
whiskies , 81.00 .tl.5U. Un ! , blended. S1.W > C <
V'.OO ; Kentuckv bourbons 82.otKitO.00 ; Ken
tucky nnd I'eiiimylvnniii ryes SifOMO.fxJ ;
Golden Sheaf bourbon and rye whiskies
Sl.Vttf3.oa ) Brandies , Imported , So.OOrtS..K ) :
domestic , S1. : K33.00. Gins Imported , S4.'iO
® C.tX ) ; domestic , 81.2.Vt3.00. Champaunes
imported , iier case. 82 .00(333.00 ( ; American ,
percale. SlO.OOtflO.Oa
Dnv PAINTS- White lead , Sc : 1- renchInc ,
12c ; Pnrli wiiltlne , 2' e ; whiting , cllders ,
-Kc ; whiting , com'l , 1'ic ; lampblack , ( ler-
maiistown. 12c ; lampblack , ordinary , N ; ;
Prussian blue..Vcultr.\fnarlno ; , ls-cvandy ; k-
brown , be ; umber , burnt. 4c ; umber , raw , 4c :
sienna , burnt , 4c ; sienna , raw. 4e ; Paris
green , cenulne. 85p. Paris green , com
mon , 22c ; chroino green , X Y. . 20c ;
vernillllon American. Ibc ; inainn
raw and burnt umber , 1 0 > cans 1'Jc ; raw and
burnt sienna , 12c : vandyku brown , I3c ; re-
liued lampblack I2c : coach black and ivory
black. lOc ; drop black. ICc ; Prussian blue ,
40c : ultramarine black , l c ; chroino ereen.L. .
M. &D. , lOc ; blind r.nd shutter green. U. M.
& 1) . , lOc ; Paris creep , lie ; Indian red. l.lc ;
Venetian red , I'c ' ; Tuscan , 22c ; American
veruiilllon , L. & D. , 20c ; yellow ochre , 2c ; L.
M. * O. D. . IN ; : coed octire. lf < : patent
dryer , 8c ; eralnlug color , light oait , daikoak ,
walnut chestnut and asb. I'M.
RIDnun.iA.Nn MiF.MiCAm. Acid , carbolic ,
5 c ; acid , tartarlc , 5'to ; balsam copaiba , per
Jb , .We ; bark sassafraM. per tb , lOc ; calomel ,
per ft , 7tJc , nhlnclionidia , iier oz , 40c ; chloro
form , per Ib , .Oc ; Dover's powders , peril ) ,
81.25 ; epsoni salts per ft , . ! , lc ; glycerine ,
pure , per Ib , 30c ; lead , acetate , per ft. 21c ;
oil , castor , No. 1 , per gal. , S1.50c ; oil castor ,
No. 2 , per gal. , 81-40 ; oil olive , pur gal. , 81.40 ;
oil orlk'nnnnm , 50c ; opium , J3.-0 ; quinine ,
P. & W. and K. AS , , jier oz , 7'c ; potaosiuin
iodide , per ft , 8 ' .50 ; sallcln. per oz. 40c ; stil-
phato morDhine , per o52. . k5 ; sulphur , jxjr
H.4c ; stnchnine. ceroz. 81.2i > .
litiiKS Green butflicrs , 5l < iiTCc ; green
cured , "c ; dry Hint. ll ( < $12c ; drv salt. 9 lOc ;
trreen calf skins , S c ; damaged Hides ,
two-thirds price. Tallow 3Yc. Grease-
Prune white , 3 e ; yellow , 2'4c ; brown , 1 %
fcheco Pelts 25Q7.x : .
1'rii" AND OKINS The following prices
are for prime , well handled skins : Beaver ,
prime , clean per pound , S1.50Q3.00 ; fall , 81.2. ' .
( 12.00 ; meaty ana inferior. [email protected] Bear.
blown and grizzlv. S5.OOiiJS.00 ; eubs and
yeailinirs , S'J.00'24.00. Badger , .WtfOOe. Cat ,
wild , [email protected] ; domestic , black , KXi 15c ; do
mestic , sundry colors , [email protected] c. Fox , red , 31.00
t'er. large , " iiicVfa'lf. 5c ; Isitis , ' la. " MiYik'larce.
dark , av | 40c ; small and pale , 1520c Kac-
5 > 0c. Ueer and antelope , winter , per pound
I5c ; fall ana summer , per pound SOc.
Orr LinmDor.
BOARDS.
No.l Com.1. 1.1. 12 , 14 and 10 tt S17.50
Ko 3 ' 12 14 and6 ft 14.75
No.3 " " 12,14 and 16 ft 13.50
No.4 " " 12 HandlO It 1ZOO
FENCING.
No. 1 , 4 A 8 Inch , 12 and 14 ft. , rough..517.0C
Ko. 2 , 4 4 Cinch. 12 and 14 a. rouu'h. . . 14.00
DIMENSIONS AND
CF.IMNO AND PARTITION.
1st com. , Jf in AV'hito I'lne Partition. . . . 533.00
2d " " " " " . . . . 27.50
2dCom. ? ln. Norway Pine Ceiling. . . . H.uO
STOCK IIOARDa.
A 13 Inch. B.IS. 4r,0 . Sai.OO
It U Inch " " 4'jD . 2:5.50 :
Xo. 1. com. 12 In. . 9. 1 s. . 10 , 18&20 ft. . . 21.00
No. 2. " . . . ltj.rx )
No. 2 , " ' " 12 A : 14 ft. . 17.00
" " " 10ft . 10.0 , }
No. 1. plaln.Sand lu inc'li. . * ! . 817.50
No. 2. plain , 8 and 10 inch . 15.50
Pours-White Cedar , a ID. , MS , 12c ; 8 ln.
rs. ,
Stone&Gravel
The Cellar Crock Stone and Gravel
Quarry lias just Ijeeii opened up for
business. A tfood quality of white and
blue lime stone for building' ' purposes ,
is furnished by
J. L FARTHING ,
The General Salesman.
Also gravel of the linest quality for
lawn and oilier purposes ( Mikes at
J'liittsmoutli , .Neb. Tno U. & il. rail-
loads use a large amount of this stone
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
OF nib-
Chicap.MtatefiSt.PaulR'j . . '
THE BEST ROUTE
irtQ mm d'comii mm tt
TWO TUAJN8 DAILT BETWEEN OMAHA
COUNCIL OLUFra
ChicaRt * , AND llilwankee ,
St. Paul , Uinneapulls , Cedar Rupidg ,
Clinton , JJuburjue , Daveniwrt ,
Hocklilana.Freuport , Uockford ,
Elgin , MaaUon , Janesville ,
lieloit , Winona , La Uroaso ,
And all other ImportRnt points East , Nortbtuit
ttud aoutbeubt.
For through ticket ! cftli on tUe Tiokst A en
at U01 Karnuin truot ila i'axton Hotel ) , or tt
Union Pacltto Depot.
Pulluiau hieeuurt anJ the finest Dlain ? Carl
la the world are rua oa tuo uulu llnij of l
OlIlCAOO. UlLWAUKie & ST. l' .
and crerr attention U paU to
oourtooni empjoyci of tbe ooiupan/ ,
H. Miu-Kii , General Munstrer.
J. K. TCCKKII , A Utant rjoneral Mana r.
A V. H. CiHi'KiTiK , Qoaeral PaManctr and
TluJtet Jureot.
OEO. I. HurrORD , Aifclitant Oeotral Puion-
ITir and Ticket Aureal
J , T. QtiRic , Ountral BupertnteaJoDL
THE RAILWAY TIME TABLES ,
OMAHA.
Arrive l.ea\e
Omaha Omaha
UNION PACIFIC.
Depot 10th and Picrco sis.
Pacllic Kxpress 7.Vam : ) 8:20 : pm
Denver Express . . . JO 'i am
"Local Express 11:00 : am 5:05 : pui
Except Sunday.
H. & M. U. It U.
Depot loth and Pacitlc sts.
Mall and Express . . . . 10:00 : am
Night Express 10:00 : mi 7:45 : pm
Lincoln 8:30 : am
O. . & Q. H. K.
Depot lOtli and P.v-itle sK
Mall and Express P:20am : ( V.OO pm
Chlcaco Express 7:10pm : 9:20 : am
K. C. St. J. * C. H.
Depot 10th and I'Actllcst * .
Via Plattsmoiith "itopm 0:20 : am
Lincoln Express 7:00 : nm tS:45 : pm
* Kxcoit | Monday.
t Except Saturday.
C. St. P. M. , t O.
Depot 15th and Webster st.
Sioux City Express 5 : 45pm 8:15 : am
Banrrott Accommodation 10:30 : am 5:45 : pm
* E.xeopt Sumlay
Missonti PACIFIC.
Depot 15tliand Websterst.
D.iy Evpiess 0.25 am 11:10 : am
Nlirht Express 0:00 : pm HMO pin
Lincoln Kxpress llif-Oam (1:10 ( : pin
UNION STOCK VAUDS Lenvo lea\u
TRAINS. US Y'ds Omaha
Kxcept bundav. 0:00 : am * 015nin ;
Trains leavlns U. P. de * 7:05an :
pot in Omaha nt 10 : ! > 5 a. sMOam
m. , 6:05 : p. m. and b : ' ) p. nrROnii 10:00aiu :
in , , and tho.-o leaving 10:55 : am
I nlon stock yards at 0:00 : llnam : : 2:00pm :
a. in. and 10.1l : a. m. are 305 ; pm
through paisciuer trains : 3B : ! pill 4Q5pm :
all otheibnreiegiilar stock 4 : ; v > put 5:05pm :
yaiils dummy trains be 0:15 : pi n 5:25 : pm
tween stock yatds and * s : 'J5 pm * SOOpm ;
Omalia. :20jiu : )
' Leave"
LT.P. lUtlDOKTUAlNS. TranVfur. Omaha.
Kvcept Sunday. 7 :12 : am :35nm :
tConnectf ) with S. C. & * 8 :15 : am :35nm :
P. at Council Ulutls ! i :25 : am :00 : am
„ Connects with C. B. , t :42 : am . ; . ' 4I am
Q. , C. vt N. W. , C. M. to * 10 ; : ! 7 am MO : 00 m
St. P. . C. It. I. & P. nt 11 :47 : am 11 10 am
Council Bluffs. * :30 : pm * 1 :00pm :
tConnects with W. St. ' 2 :37 : pm :00 : pm
L. t P. at Council Blutls. | 3 ; : ! 7 pm :20 : tun
I Connects with all evenIng - . * 4 : t)7 ) juii :00 : pm
Ing trains tor Chicago at 5 :50 : pm :00pm :
Council HI a ffs. Tiains G :42 : jun :00 : pm
leave Omaha at Union 7 :10 : pm : KO pm
P.icitlc depot , 10th and :42pm : :10pm :
Pierce streets. : :00 : jini
> :47pm : 15 inn
:55 : pin :00 jmi
:10pm
COUNCIL
I Leave Arrive
CONNECTING LINES Transfer | Transfer
depot depot
C. H. 1. & P. : 7:15 : am ii15a ; in
AH Trains lun Daily. 0 : in a m n.'STipm
5:40 : p in 7:00pin :
C. to N. W.
All trains run daily. . . . . j Oil. f > in 0:13 : a in
OHO p m 7:00 : u m
C. B. .t Q.
9:3.-i : a in :15 : a m
All trains run daily.-j
0:35 : p in :00p : m
C. 31. to St. P.
All trains run daily. . . . . j 0:15 : a m :15 : a in
0:40 : p in :00p : in
K. C. St. .1. & C. B. '
* Kxcept Satmday. 10:00 : a ni'tp :35 : a in
tExcept Monday. * S.T5pm :
W. St. L. & P.
All trains run daily. . . . 200 ; pm 3:30 : pin
S C. A J' .
All trains run dally. . . . . ! 7:05a : ni 0:35am :
6:25pin : | 8Mpra :
CHIC AGO AWB
WESTERN
WW P-AILWAY.
Om&bt ,
Council Bluffs
And Chicago.
The only road to tnke for De Molnei , Mftr-
thalltown , ( odor Raplils , Clinton , Dlrle , Chlca-
go , MIIWAukao nml nil points ea t. To tn poo-
pie of Nohrnska , Coforixdo , Wyomln , Utah ,
Idaho , Nevndn , Ore on , Wn8hln < tton nnd Cali
fornia , U offer ) superior advantages not roast'
ble by nnjr other line.
Amonff row of tbo numerous polntH of lu.
perlorlty enjoyed by the patroni of this rend
between ' .Vmnha nnd ChlnnKO , ni o Its two trnlne
Rdarof DAY CX3ACHKS which are the flnost
thnt human art and Ingenuity can create. It !
PALACn BLnEPINO CAU3 , K-lilch are modrli
of oomfort and eloffiinco Its I'AHI/JIIDHAW.
INQ ROOM CAHS , ungurnntsml bv anr. anil lt
widely o lelratod I'AI.ATIAL DINING CAHS ,
the oqtial of which cnnnot be found elMwhcro ,
At Gounod Hluffs the trains of the Union racl <
no Rr. connect In Union Depot with tbof * of
thn Ctiloftco & Horthwcutern Ily. In Chlcag *
the trmlni of tlile line make clou * connexion
with tboie of all eastern llnnr.
For Detroit , Columbus. Indianapolis. Cincin
nati , Nlacrara Fnlls , nuffalo , f Ittsburir , Toronto ,
Montreal. Iloston , New York , riiiladelrhU , Hal-
tlmor * , Woihlnirton and all roliils in th eait ,
uk the ticket neentfnr tlrkotn via the
"NORTHWKSTEHN , "
If you vilsli the licit scc-ommorliulons. AO
tlfVnt neents fall tlckuts t'ln this line ,
H.nroniTT. E. p. WILSON.
( lenerol Mannirer , Oonl I'nss'r Agent.
W M. 11AI1COCIT. l ; , L BHLLES.
O W estcrn Afft. Clt > I'uss Ag
Red Star Line
Carrying the Ilolfrlum Iln/al nml United Statoi
Muil.Builliio' uvury iuanil.iy
Between Antwerp & New York
TO THE RHINE , GERMANY , ITALY , HOLLAND -
LAND AND FRANCE.
KALI- AND WINTEK.
Salon from $ W to ti Bxcurslon trip from
tllO to fl-w Second Cabin , outward , (13 ;
prc-pald , f ; ojcuralon.M. Steernfe uasaaira
at low rate * . Peter Wrlirht & Sons , Cieuor *
Aponti , il Uroailwar. Now iorlc.
llonry 1'un It , 121S Parnam su : I'aulaon fc Co.
W rarnani st : U , O 1'rocman llKi Knrnam
OM&KA JOBBERS1 DIRECTORY
Agricultural Implements.
CHURCHILL PARKER ,
Wboletale Pealer la
Aerricultural Implements , "Wagons ,
ft acd llueglen. Jone ttreet. b twe < a Stli
and U'OJ.Ormibfl. ' Neb.
LINING Eir METCA L F CO , ,
As-ricultural Implements ,
\Vas < iniCarrla < e > , Ilu rK's. Ktc. . Wholctalp , O-n ba
j.Ert , FRIED eP CO. ,
Jobbers of IlnrilM'aro ami Nails ,
Tinwan ! , feheet Iron. Ktc. Agents for IIowo frealai ,
and XlaUil rowdcrt'u..tlinuba.Nfb. _
RECTOR tv H'fLlIELMY CO. ,
Wholesale Hardware.
Weitcrn aecnti frr JeJenon t > ueNalli \ , , Aunla
fowdvrCu. I'alrbankt ttarirturd hc U Cvrtier
IDtU audUarnef. Omalia _
PAR LIN , ORENfToiWA MARTIX
\Vbolciale IW ler lu
Affriculiural Implementff ,
nd IlUMle * . W , "X3 , VOJ and un. Jonfei it
Omaha Jobbers' Directory.
Artists' Material.
A. JWSI'E , Jit. ,
Artists' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
U1.1 PoUElii ! Slt l , Ornnh * .
Butter and
fTsCirROEIlERT
Buyers of Uutter nml
Refrlitrntnr and racking llouio. lith and l.taten-
worth St. . U r , I * . H. Track , Orraha.
Builders' Hardware and Scales.
nTyrmiAUGi7o TAYL
Bnillers'Hard\vare ( < tScaloKepairShop
Wcchinlc 'Tool8 n.l Buffalo Sf lci. HM DougltnU ,
; Ornalm. Nfb.
Boots and Shoes.
t i vr
SHOE COMPANY.
Uanufactuririaud WboltoalaUaatcra In
Itoots niul Shoes ,
Complete10fl nt llubper Uoodi nlwjtd on hand
tub 8. llllial. . Omalia , N b. A. T. Auttln , Apcnt.
? r. r. MORSE , p co.
Jobbers of Hoots nml Shoos.
1111 Karuam tt. , Omaha , Nrb. Manufactory , Summer
trcct. Ilo9tnn.
z. T. Lixsii : rc uo.
Wholesale Kubber Boots ntiil Shoe ? .
Itutilior niul nik-ii Cluthlim iinu It-It Hoots
nml MIOOJ. SoiillicaM COIIIIT lltli nml Diniiriin.
Beer.
M. JCEAI'IXG ,
Afft. for Anhenser-Hush Brewlnt ; Ass'u
Special llMnit . Fnu t. nudwclscr and iHanior. :
STOJtZ P I LEU ,
Lager Beer Brewers ,
1571 North 1'th Slrcet , Omnha , Nob.
Butchers' Tools.
llntchrrs' Tools anil Supplies ,
Saningo Casings of all Mnils nlvays In Block. 1215
Coffee , Spices , Etc.
CLARKE BROS. .C CO. ,
Omnlm Coffee nnd Spieo Mills.
TCB , Ooffoc , Pnlrp" . llnVliiLt rowdi-r , FlirorlnifE
ttacti , IjiunUrx llluo. Ink , Ktc. Hit 16 llaroojr
Siri'Ot.i > uiiihi , Neb.
GATES. COLE < ll MILES ,
Homo Coll't'oniid Siico | MillH M'f'p : Co.
Cu'Ji'O Homier ! and ? plc < 3 Grinders. Manufacturers
of llnklnn I'uwdtfr. Horlni ! ixtrnct . Illiilnir. KIP.
Tronocn i'O ( our l-a packHiielloinuUlend Huu.-tcd
lToi' . \ < Vj llon'anl tl , Umiiiii. Neb.
Cornice.
EAGLE COltyiCE WORKS ,
John Epeneter , Prop.
Maniifneturcr of Galvanlied Iron an-t Cornice. VO
Dotlionnd 103 nnd lei N , 1011) U OmahaNeb.
JiUEMl'lXG P JtOL'PE ,
Manufacturers of
Ornamental Galvanized Cornices ,
Dormer Windows , Klna'-.Molnllcfckyllubtetc. ' 3108.
12t'i 41. , Omaha.
WESTERN CORNICE WORKS ,
C. Specht , Prop.
Oalvanlied Iron Corniceetc. . Bnrct'i-lmproTed Put.
cnt Motallc Skyllsht. MH nnd 510 S mil ft.mHha. )
Carpets.
OMAHA "CARPET co. ,
Jobber ! " of
Carpets , Curtains' ' , Oil Cloths , Rugs ,
Linoleum * , MnttltiRs , Etc. 1S11 r > iucl ttrect.
'H. A. OliCILARlT
Carpets , Oil Cloths ,
Mattings , Curtuln Goods. Etc IU3 Kiirnsui fctrcct ,
Omaha. .Neb.
Crockery and Notions.
Agent for the Manufacturers and Importers or
Crockery , Glassware ,
Lamps , Chimneys , etc. Office , 317 South lltb st ,
CPmaha , Ni-li.
Commission and Storage.
' J ) . 37 HURLEY ,
Commission and .lohhing.
lintter , Eensand I'roducc. OouslKnments solicited.
lleadquitrters for bumewaro , llerrr llozea nnd
Urapo Itaskets. 1411 IX > iliestreetUinaha. :
PEYCKE BROS. ,
Commission Merchants.
, Troduco and rrorUlons. Onmlm. Neb.
W. E. RIDDELL ,
Storage and Commission Merchant.
6ucclultle Ilulter. Kez < . I'heoso. Poultry. Game ,
Oysters. Etc. , Ktc 112 South Kth street.
WIEDEMAN .0 CO. ,
Produce Commission Merchants ,
Poultry , nutter , Gniiie , Kitilts , etc. 2VO 8. lltb it
Omaha. Neb ,
Coal ana" Lime.
'P. MILESTONE COT
Dealers In
Hard and Soft Coal ,
Offlco and yard , K.th and Nlcholai sis. , Omaha , Neb ,
VarrtTelcohone , f 7.
OEO. f. J.\jit n. 1'rrs. C. r. GOODMAN , V. l'ie § .
J. A hL'SDsm.AIiD , Sec. and Treas.
OMAHA COA1 , , COKE tl ; LIME
COMPANY ,
Jobbers of Hani and Soft Coal.
W ) South Thirteenth Street , Omaha , Neb.
, T. , T. JOHNSON , f CO. ,
Manufacturers of Illinois White Lime.
And Shippers of Coal find Cokt > . Cement , Plaster ,
Ume , llilr. Klra Drlck , llndn , Tlla mid Honer 1'ipe.
onire , 1'aitou Hotel. Kanmm si. , Otnitlm , N b.
Telephone Ml.
Confectionery.
F. P. FAY C CO. ,
Manufacturing1 Confectioners ,
Jobbers of FruitsNuts and Clems. 12111'arnum St.
Omaha.
Cigar * and Tobacco.
MEYER d > CO'
Jobbers of Cigars , Tobacco ,
Guns and Ammunition , 1V to723 Hlllu st. , 1030 to
1K4 Karnum St. , OniHha.Neb ,
WEST C FRITSCHER ,
Manufacturers of Fine
And \Vboleinlf Df alert In Leaf Tnbaccoi , Not. 108
nd 11U N. ' 4th itreet , Omtlia.
Dry Goods.
M. E. SMITH ,0 CO , ,
Dry Goods , FuruiBliingGooilH & Notions
110and 1101 Douitlnt , cor. lllh St. , Omnhn. Neb.
Distillers ,
Dlitillcn nf Llqnnr > , Alcohol and Fplrlti. ImportcrB
and JuLbcrl \Ylnfiaud Uquori ,
WILLO W SPRINGS DISTILLE'Y.
CO. and 1LER .0 CO. ,
Importeri and Jobbereof Fine Wlnei and Llqnnri.
Sole m DU ( cturerin ( Kenni > d > Eait India Hit
ter * and | ) era ilc l.tqunri. llli llarney fct.
Drain Tito , Etc.
A. 11BAtSK.I'rci. J-W IIEDPORn.Bec.ATreai
It. J , CAnsoK. V.l'ret. and Hupl.
THE UNION HYDRAULIC
DRAIN TILE CO. ,
DBleo 213 S. 1Mb it. . Omahn. Neb. Machinery nnd
Eupi'llet for Jltnufncturlnn Cement Drain Tile.
furniture.
' "DEWEY " ? STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture.
r rn in it. . Omana , Neb ,
VITA RLEfi SJI1 rEl
Furniture , JJeiitllnf , ' ,
Mlrrori.etc. ISOO.Wd ur.d K10 Farnarn it. . Omaha.
Groceries ,
PAX'foNr ALL ,1 ( i HER , ( ! CO. ,
Wholesale Groceries and I'rovlsloiu ,
NCI Ttt" , 707. 7ft ) and Til Ji 11T.U fc , Omaha. Nob.
) , BRADY U CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
.SID cd l. if tnwcrtb ll . , Oru bJ.
Omaha Jobbers' ' Dlreilory.
Hardware ,
w. , r. BROATCH ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Sprlcci , Waron Flock , Hardware Lumber , etc. 1291
and ml turner ft , Omaha.
EDNEY cP GIBBON ,
Wholesale. Iron and Sccl ( ,
Yf Ken and CarrlMO Wool Stock , Heary
Etc. 1217 and 1214 Lmtrnwiirth t. . Omaha , Neb.
MILTON itoGERS iO
Stoves , Ranges , Furnaces , Tile ? ,
Mantlci.UraUi , llraii Kcodi. 1.31 nnd 133J FarnaM
Street.
Iron Works.
Iron Works ,
WrongM and Cait Iron llullcllnc Work , Iron 'Ulra ,
ItallTtiK , Uaann and ( Jlrdr , Steam KnKlnc * . nraM
Work , ( Unoral ffpumlrr , Machine ami lllackirellh
Vork. Office an IWorkt , U.I * , lly , andl'thMtrrU
K. tl. MCMA.NU& C. Sl'I.LIVAN.
OMAHA II'JJIK r JllON U'ORKS ,
Miinufnrur < > rti of
Wire nnd Iron Kalllnjrs , Desk Knllg ,
Wlmlnw ( Iu rd , Flower SlnmKVlte fluns. Kto.
IC'Iti. Onlorn l > jr mnll promptlj nttcndcil to.
Lumber.
Do.ilo' . All Kinds of
Mntorinl nt Wholesale.
ISth Strcd'and Union IMclflc Track , Omaha.
LOL'IS JlliADFOJtn ,
Dealer In Lumber. Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Duurt , Utc. YnrUs-CornorTth and Douglas ; Cornet
tfth nntl I
CHICAGO LUMBER CO. ,
Wholesale Lumber ,
fll P. HthMreotOmnlmNcti. F.ColpPticr , Mnn
C. X. DI'ETX ,
Lumber.
13th find Cnilfornln Mrccls , Omaha , tttb.
FRED If. ( litAT ,
Lumber , Lime , Cement , Etc. , Etc.
Cor. 6th nntl Douulna iti. , Uiunha. N > .
irOAGLAXl ) ,
Lumber.
T. W. HARVErLUMBER CO. ,
To Dealers Only.
Office , 1(03 Farnam etreet.Omah * .
CHAS. R. LEE ,
JInrdwood Lumber ,
WooJ Carpoti nud 1'nrquet FtooHiiE. Oth anil nouglal
Uniaha ,
JOHX A , WA KEFIELI ) ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc.
ImpnrtPd nml American 1'orllanil Cement. St t <
Aiient forMllnaukco llTtlraullc Cemcnland licit
( julncr white t . | M. A .
Live Stock.
XSTOCK YARDS CO. ,
Of Omaha.
Limited. John K. Boyd , S'iperlntecdont ,
Live Stock Commission.
M BURKE < P SOyS ,
Live Stock Commission.
_ Oeo. Iltirkc , iUnnecr
DnlonStcck Ynnls,8. Omslin. Telephone &W.
SAVAGE P GItEEX
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
Shipment ! of nay and nil kinds of Stock lollcltod.
Union Slock Vanlomahft , .N'l'b-
Millinery and Notions.
Importera and Jobber * of
Millinery and Notions ,
1313and 1315Harnojr ? t.oet , OmahaNob.
Hotions.
C. S. GOODRICH cC CO. ,
Arotherintr Direct Importers of
Gorman & French Toys & Fancy Gooda
In Nebraska. Phlcnco prices duplicated without udd
IHK f rclclit. HIS Knrnam street , Omaha.
J. T. MOB1SSO2T XOT1OX CO.
W holeealo Dcalern In
Notions and Furnishing' ' Goods ,
4ftl and < 05 S. Tenth St. , Omaha.
Jobbers In
Notions , Hosiery and Gents' Furnishing
Goods.
_ lOOl and 1003 Furnarn t. , Ornahn. Neb.
Overalls.
'CAS'FIELb MA S
COMPANY ,
Manufacturers of Overalls ,
Jeans Panu , Shlrt , Ktc. 11Knnd 1104 UoiiTlasFtreet ,
Oiuabn.Ncb.
Paper Boxes
, T. L. WILK1E ,
Maniifai'turor of Paper Hoxe1 ? ,
P.llth St. . Omah'i , Nobrtuku. OrJerj bj m
llcllodaud will recalro prompt Attention.
Printing.
REES PRINTING COMPANY ,
Job Printers , lilank Hook Makcra.
And llook Hinders. 101 nnd 1CH South Koui tventh
street , Umuha.Neb.
WESTER N NE fl'S PAPER UN1OX
Auxiliary I'liblishcrs.
Dealers In Typo , I'rcsic * and I'rlnlcn'Supplies. 'M
rloiithavclfthMrcet.
Pumps.
BROWNELL , V CO. ,
.ManufArturcrs arid Donlern In
, Hoilcrs & General Mndiincry
Klioet Iron work. Hti'nm I'miipn. Su\r Mill * , Aetna
Mtnftlnv. DoJuo Wixiil vpllt l'nllc > s , lipliltm. etc.
Aim w.iirnnH , hcrapt'ri.iind bnlotk'B. 1213-1 J15 lA'a-
venwortli it. , Oiiiuhu ,
CO ,
"Wholesale Pumps , Pipe , Fittings ,
amnnd Water Supplies , llead'iuurtert It r
> O3stCo's ( Joo-ls. 1)11 ) Kurnniu H , thnuhn. Net ) .
A. L , STRANG CO ,
, Pipes and Engines ,
Btoam , Water , Itallwar and llllllnt ! Huppllei. KW ,
SW , YXuMVli Karnam St. . Diunhu. .Scb. _
U. S. WIND ENGINE nnd PUMP
COMPANY.
HalladarWInd Ullist rtcara and Whter Fiippllei ,
J'lumbmc ( ionds , llcltlnir. lime. liS | anil : oj ( ur-
uaru il. , Uinaha. b K. Kultnn , Mmiu tr ,
loluphiinu No. X1U.
Safes , Etc.
P. BOYER < C CO. ,
Agents for Hall's Hafo & Lock Co.s'
Fire and Iliiralar Proof Sifns , Tlmo I/icks , raultf
und JtllVs > rt. UBIJ Kaniuio strt-Bt Oumha. Neb.
G. AND RE EN ,
Omalia Hafe Works.
Utnufacturersuf Kiru and Ilartlar Proof Safci , Vault
Uoor , JiUI Wcrk.tJhutlcrs and Wire Work. Cor.
UlhaitdJacksutibt . .Ott" > huNab ,
" '
SasT Doors , Etc.
M. A , DISIIROW C CO , ,
Wholeole ll nutacturcri of
Basil , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
Hrancn ( jhice.Ulb and I/arfi 6t . , Osahs.yt'-1 ,
< j. LYMAN ,
Sash , Door , Illinds , Mouldings ,
Uclldlnir 1'iper , etc , I'm South Tltlrtrunth Htrcet ,
UuiuhA.Sfcb. A couiptcto HQC ol UullUm'
llurilwtto.
JJOJIN MANUFACTURING CO.t
Manufacturers , of Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
Mould'jics ' talrWorkBnd Interior I lard Wood KluUk
Just oiiCDCd. N , K cor. 8th and I.euvt
Wagons and Carriages.
A. J , HIMPSON ,
The Leading Oarringo Factorj' ,
\E TAiitisiitu isss )
KA and 1111 ) > jiJi ; i street , Omtta.

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