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THK U.MAHA PA1LY BEE : TUESDAY , APKIL 5. 1887.
THE BULLS DISAPPOINTED , Tlie Visible Supply Statement Tends to Make the Market Heavyi WHEAT AND CORN VERY SLOW. Considerable DnmnRR Reported to the Pornipr fly l > ry Weather Both Onto nnd Provision * Dull and rcaturclcss Quotation ! . CHICAGO I'liODUCE M CHICAOO , April 4.--SpeclaI | Teleiram to the HKH. ] Tnolslble supply of wheat , ns v.lill ns tlio visible supply or corn , was a dis appointment to-day to thu bulls. Questioned too small and the latter too largo an increase. It was tlio talk last week that vvhuat would drcreaso to-day at least 1,000,000 bushel * . Only 8M.CXX ) bushels disappeared to day , and It made thu market a little heavy. Up to last week , slnco January 1 , the decrease in the visible ot 1837 lias been more rapid than It was In IN * ! , but for two \\coks there has been a falling < ) IT In the amount that \vent out of Blight. In Itfcfl theri ! disappeared from the "vis ible" between April 1 and July , when wheat began to Increase again , 220,000,000 bushels. It was hoped that between April 1 and July thlsjcare\en more would go out of sight ; also that thcio would bo a small Increase , so that the smallncss of the "decre'iso" for the past two weeks Is dlsappolntlnc. Fullerton , who Is just back trom Nebraska , savs that the soil Is excessively dry In that Btato and that sprint ; wheat , which got Into the ground In spendld shape , may stiller. In Kansas he says w Intel , \v he.it Is sutfeilng eerloiisly. 'Hie whole wheat pit Is still tradIng - Ing In the May option of that gialn and not one purchase of Juno Is made where two are In tlm eat Her month. Hut the shorts in wheat have for a lone time known that If they could get the trade switched o\ei Into Juno It would lie of advantage to them , ho far as hpeculalion went II was lltele s. 'Ihe range was 8@S2Yc ; between theopening and closing and showed how very un interesting the pit was. Corn dropped to 39) ) 0 for May and ranged between that and 3 ! > jc. The re ceipts (07H ( cats ) weio unexpectedly hi'ivy and piomlscd to bo heavier still for to-mor row. The demand for cash corn li > still alto gether Item the "c.irrlci-5 , " a beat future. Oats and pro\isions weio dull nnd feature less. less.The markets on the afternoon board weio quiet and who.it closed a shndu easier , but other articles weio ste.idv. Wheat lor May hold at b'JJH ( < < ibJXe nnd closed at Wife , Juno atbOJ < : rrtsUf , July at BOVr-tbO e , September at bOtffbO'i'e ' , closing at Ble foi Juno , W , ' < c for July , bOc lor September. Corn for Al.iy sold nl'W ! i'aXc , Juno at 40n < c , July at 41'i8 ( 415fe , closing with sellers at JiUAjo for May , 40'fjc ' lor Juno , nnd 4Vc lor July. Oats foi May Roldatli8)- ! , June atU'Jc , closing at ajUCW p for June. Mess pork was nomi nally nt fc21.UO for Mav. hard lor May hold ntS7.UWf ; , Juno atST.40 , and Jti'v ' at S7.41X. bhort rifis for.Miiy sold at 83,12 > i , June at 88.20 , July ntSS.85. CHICAGO MVI'J SIOCK. CHICAGO , April 4. [ Special Telegram to the UBK.I CATTLE. The receipts were 5,400. The light run caused bujeis to get out early and bid rather ll\oly for such as they wanted , hence business was active , with an up turn of a strong 10c on the ordinary run ot iat cattle and the sainn on fair to medium shipping and dressed beef stock , the market closing steady at the advance. There was a brisk demand for natives , but choice stock and all grades stood ns strong as at this tlmo last week. The stocker and feeder trade was dull. A large number were carried over last Saturday. To-day there were but few coun try buycis and no business of consequence during thu forenoon. As to prices there is no particular change as compared with last week. An > thing that Is carefully selected , that has stjle , blood and breed , costs neaily as much as at any time. Then , again , com mon cullings nnd undesirable lame things are 25 ( < tSOc lower than n month ngo. S'np- plng ulcers. ino : to 1500 IDS , 4.t > 5 < nr > .25 : 1200 to 1350 Ibs , 84.40Q f. 'JO ; 050 to 1200 Ibs , S3. JOa ! 4.50stockors ; and feeders , 1-2.71(34.15 ( ; eovvs , bulls nnd mixed , email@example.comSJ.70l3.25. ; ( ; IlodH At the opening business was brisk nnd about the bnmo as Saturday , but nfter a few orders were o'U of the way there was a break , with n down turn of at least 5e , the general market closing weak and large num ber ! ) left In the hands of speculators. Com mon llirht , nnd fair to good light , llght-liuht and Yorkers weio almost unsaleable , and the few Hold show extremely low figures , common Kolng as low as 34 6) ) ; llt'lit light , 94 .755.15 , nnd Yorkers S5.i5it5..10 ! ( , with a few fancy at S5.ro. Hest heavy bold at 85.75 1 80 nnd packlnic sorts at So.COQS.GS , with common at 85.25(35.50. ( _ _ _ _ FINANCIAL ) . NKW YOJIK. April 4. [ Special Telegram to the BKK.J-SiocTS. The market opened strong , nctlvo nnd factionnlly higher till1 morning , with a lively trade In the first hall hour , miles amounting to 118,000 shares Ir that time. The most of the lending actlvi stocks advanced a little from the oponliu nnd then , under rcalklnz sales , values eased oil slightly. It was rumored that the Grant Trunk had received an order fiom Loudoi to obtain a differential rate In any event , am there was some selling on this. Wcsteri Union continues to be a bull card. Tin friends of Louisville & Nashville talk 75 fo it this week , and Norfolk preferred Is ex peeled to raise In sympathy. The earning ! of the Toledo A Ohio Ccntial Increased 50,10 tli fourth weeK In March and $23,054 for thi month. The 1'eoria , Dccatur it Uvansvllli earnings tor the same week Increased 59 , NX John blmw Is quoted as saying that tin Hocking Valley road would earn under th new Intel-state law 5500,000 to SCOO.OOO inon this year than last. Could's friends say tha while ho is a little Indisposed , he Is by in means sick , and that n day or two of lest wll restore him to good health. It is stated tlm his faith In Western Union , Missouri 1'ncili nnd Texas Pacific continues undlmlnlshcd nnd that ho has sold none of these stocks The features of the day were Heading nm Jersey Cential , both of which advanced points. It was said that n basis of settlement mont between the two roads find been prat tlcallv am red upon , the details being wltti held for the present. The advance In stocl was Btlmulntcd by the agreement of nil com rmnles to work In harmony In mnlntnlnln coalpilcrs. Stout & Co. were largo bu\er of Heading nnd said It would go to 08 till year. The Jersey Central advance wa largely due to manipulation. St. 1'aul ram Ings for the fourth week In Miucli Increase * 8100,000 , , and for thu month S7S,8b7. Kvans vllle A Terre Haute Increased S5f < 00 for th week and 812,5.10 fm the month. Norther 1'nclllo earnings Increased $00,081 for th month of March. The total sales wer 053,505 shares , of which 1(54,500 ( shares Aer ( lOVKi'.NMi'XTS Uovernment bonds wer dull out steady. Yibviii : : : > .v\'s QUOTATIONS. U. S. C's . lWiC. | AN. W 120 ; U. b. 4's coupon. 128 > ? ' doprefeired. . . 14S U. S. iKVcoup. . ' ! * . V. C 113" racltiairsot'Wi. . 120 0. It. & .N ion CanadaSouth'n. . CJ | o. T. , 3. ) ' CVntinl raclllu. . 40g 1'aclhoMnll , 50' ' Chicago A Alton. 141 IT. , I ) . Je K 8.V iloprefcued..K'0 I'ulliuaul'al.CanM.ij c. , n. .to 140 ( Heading. . . , 41 ; ] ) . , } , . .V W 134 Hock Island. . . 12-H i ) * H.u : n * rst. ij. its. F. . . . Kno 35 do preferred. . . . 70tf.'l dT preferred. . . . 74 C. , M.&St. P. . . . tf.'l Illinois ( ' .Mitral..120 do preferred. . 121J I. , IJ. & W 27. St. V. A O ' 112) ) Texas Pacific. . ! . ail Union riu-liic. , Mlehlitan CVnfl. . 10U' \V.Kt. t. . . . SO' ' Mo. I'tielrto di preferred. . 34 No. I'acltto 29 \V , U. Toleeraph 77. ' dopa-ferred , . . . MOSKV ON CALt. l.oaned at SO p ( cent ; last loan 0 per cent ; closed ered i 5 per cent. I'KIUK MlCUCANULK PArEU Dull hut ( steady nt l.b4ji lor sltty day bills aud 51.50 for demand. i'KODUCE MAItKUT. Chlcnao , April 4. Kollowlnic quota tions aretliQ2jOcioslni ; : ; lluures ; r > Klour-Juletslcadv and unclianccd. winter wheat Hour , 84.1V34.30 ; southern , J4.10 (24.0 ; WI consm.S4..Wtf4.30 : Mlchlcan Btift sprlnc ' .vlieat , 5J.7004.3o : Minnesota bakers. ! 3. 7034 , ! ! o ; patent ? , 5 1.50I34.W : low crades , l.'i ( ' ( uV5r\e : Hour , quiet at $3.MiJ3.40 ( ; In saoks and bands. STtfiK.70. Whc.it Dull and featureless , the weather being cnld and dry : opened i thlghur and closed 'sS fT lilgner ; cash , 77c ; May , b2) ; June , 81. Corn Hnkd quiet and firm and opened a shade firmer than Saturday's closed and closed s.inui as Saturday ; cash 31'ju ; May 35V ; June 401flp. Onts l-'lrm early and became dull and re- m-ilncd vvltliln about .Saturd.i > 'a range ; cash , V3s ! c : May. 28c : JunoOTc. Hyo-ljnloti\tB4Kc. Uarley i.isy : atfllKc. Timothy heed Prime , S1.C1. Wnlskv-il.18. 1'ork ( Julet and nominally uuohanccd ; cash. S20.75 ; May and June , SJI.W. hard -Opened steadier and closini : easier ; c.ish. S7.'r > ; S7.U' : ' ; May , S7.U : ) ; June , 87. 10. Hulk Meats-Shouldors , 56.11 (6.25 ; short clear , S3.50MS.5.V shoit ribs , SS.WJiJ. nButtcr Steady : creamery , 24@jyo ; dairy , Chee'in Full cream eheddar" , IfXJUl' c ; flats , young Americas , ISJ llJ c ; skims , 2 Hides Steady : green , 0'2' ' ; heavy green salted , 7' ' < fc ; salted bull , Co ; green s.tlled calf , 9e ; dry salted , lOc ; Hint , I2@l3c ; diy calf , 13@14c ; dcarons , 40o each. Tallow Firmer ; No. 1 country , 4c ; No. 2 , 34'c ; cake , 4tfc. 4tfc.Hecelpts. Hecelpts. Shipments. Flour , bbls 2VOOO 13.000 Wheat , bu 50.000 42.000 Corn , bu 197,000 01,000 Oats , bu bl.OOO 17b.OOO Hje.bu 2,000 8,000 llarloy. bu 40,000 17,000 The board of tradu has decided to liavo no session of the board "Good Filday" and theio will bo no session tomonow , election day. New Vork. April 4. Wheat He- coipts , 97,000 ; exports , I'W.OOU ; spot } @Mc and options ' © ' ( Jc lower , closing ho.ivy ; un graded red , b'JKfiJiMKc ; No. 3 re. ! , b'Jc ; No. 1 red , OJVc ; No. li icd , Dl fl&'Jl'J 10c In elevator , Itt' ' u delivered , IHJ c 1 , o. b. ; May closed at MJtfc. Corn Hueolpts , 107,000 ; exports , in'1,000 ; spot itiiot ] and about steuly ; options ' © 'HC lower and dull , closing heavy ; nnirraded , 48' ( [ MO'fc ; No. 2 , 4s jfft4sXc lu elevator ; 4'JJf GJMlo ; May closed at 4 r < c. O.its Hccclpts , IflO.OOO ; expoits , 271 ; dull ami J 'fc ' lowei ; mixed western , : ! 5 ( < 437c ; white western , 3b ( < i > 41Kc. I'etrolenm Steady : united closed at CS c. 1'ork Fairly active and steady. Laid A couple ot points lo\vei and heavy ; western ste.tm , spot , S7.55. Butter Quiet but hrm. Cheese Quiet but veiy firm. K us K.tsiei ; western , fresh , ISJftglsjfc. Cincinnati. April 4. Wheat Firm ; Mo. 2 , red , SKi STic. Corn Dull and drooplnir ; No. 2 , mised , ; W@59fc. ! Oats Kasv ; No. 2 mixed , 29 * JOc. Hyo-Kasiei ; No. 2 , file. Pork Dull at S17.00. hard Dull ; curiont make , 57.12 } . Whlsicy Steady at cl.l'l. Mllwaukoe , April 4. Wheat-Quiet ; cash , 76J < c ; May , 7SJfc. Corn Firm ; No. 3,3Sc. Oats Steady ; No. 2 white. 30J c. Hj'o Stcadv ; No. 1 , 5' ) } c. Barley Quiet ; No. 2. 52 c. Provisions Quiet. Poik , repacked , at $15.50. Minneapolis , April 4. Wheat Weak ; Ittln tt.ullng ; No. 1 hard , cash , 70 } c ; May , " 7j c ; June , 7BAfc ; No 1 northern , cash , " 5l < c ; May , 7lJ < c ; June. 77J c ; No. 2 lorthoin , cash. 7.ie ; May. 74c. Flour Steadypatents ; , $4.255 4.10 ; bakers Heceints Wheat , 118.700 Im. ; ( lour. 150. bhipuittntsVheat , 12,000 bu. ; flour , 'JG.OOO bbls. In Store Wheat , 108,410 bu. ; flour , 31.000 bbls. bbls.St. St. Louis. April 4. Wheat Declined steadily and closed steady ; cash , 79C'57Uc ; May , 70/1 < i'c ; June , 7U c. Corn ateaay , except for May ; cash and May , 35 > .f@31c ; June. 35 > 4'e. Oats Lower ; cash , 27 c ; May , 27c. . Pork Quiet at 817.20. Lard-Lower at S7.firstname.lastname@example.org. Whisky Steady at 81.13. Butter Quiet but hrm : dairy , 15@27c. Afternoon Hoard Wheat , nhehanged. Jorn Dull but steady. Oats Weak and ' c lower. Merchants' exchange will closu to morrow and on Oood Friday. ' , Now Orleans , April 4. Corn Unsettled and ifcnerally higher ; mixed , 50@51c ; > el- low , and white held at 52c. Oats pinner at S7t < c. Cornmeal In coed demand and tending upward at email@example.com. Host Products Quiet but steady ; pork , 817.00 ; lard , 87.00. Bulk Meats Shoulders , SO 37 > ; lonz clear and clear 88.25. Kansas City. April 4. Wheat Dull ; No 2 red , cash , C8 c bid , 79c asked ; May , 'IKc bid. Corn Quiet ; No. 2 , cash , 30c bid ; May , 31 fc bid , 3JXn asked. Oats No quotations. STOCK. Chicago. April 4. TUo Drovers' Jour nal tepurtn as tollows : Cattle Hecelpts , 5,000 ; stronp ; 5@ lOc hlKher ; shipping steers , 83.90@5,25 ; stocker& and feeder * . S2.firstname.lastname@example.org ; cow * , bulls and mixed , J.2- > ® 4.00 ; bulk , Si70 J3.25. HOBS Heculpts , I'l.OOO ; strong tor good and others lower ; rough and mixed. $ .1.l5tt5.f)5 ( : packing and shipping , S5.GO@5,85 ; light , & > .o : 5.50 ; skips , 3.rA@4 70. Sheep HBcolpts , 4,000 ; active ; 10(315 ( ( higher ; natives , SH.OO I.OO ; western , 83.75(5 ( 4.hO ; Towns , email@example.com ; lambs , 4.505.25. ; National Stock Yards. Knut St liouls. III. , April 4.-Cattlc-Kecelpts 700 ; shipments , 500 ; stiong ; choice heavj native steers. 84.7005.2r ; lair to good ship piiiR steers , 84.00J4.70 ( ; butcheiV.s steers , fall to choice , S3 G0 ( 4.'i1 ; feeders , fair to good S' . ,1OS4.00 ; stackers , talr to good , 32.75a ( 3.10. 3.10.Hogs Hecelpts , 2,400 ; shipments , l.COO artlve and stronc : choica heavy and butch crs1 selections , S5.tO(3"i.70 ( ; packing , fair t < good , 8100 ( 1.70 : Yorkers , medium t ( nrimo , g.20i ( ) . ! 55 ; pigs , common to good | 4.fiOCj.1.00. KannaH City. April 4. Cattle Receipts 310 ; shipments , noun ; market streng ; com mon to choice , S3. ! > 0(3) ( ) I f > i : stockers , Si.fiM 3.X ! ) ; feeding steer , 83.3j ( < | 4.00 ; cows , 82.2Jt ( Hoes Hocelpts , 5,300 ; shipments , 3,000 market actlvu and 5@10n higher for good with common steady ; common to choice S5tx > < 35.GO ; skip.- , and plgti , S3.X ( > f < HUO. OMAHA Tito Week. Week.Monday Monday , April 4. The receipts of cattle during the week jus1 past were4,700 which was a tatllni ! olT fion the week previous of 800 Head. The first tvv ( days of the week the market was strong bu on Wednesday there was a decline of lOc li sympathy with eastern markets. On Tues day the market closed strong but It weakcnei again on Friday and the market closed witl prices about steady. The receipts of hoe during the week were 21,500 a.s against 15,00 tor the week previous. The week openet vv rth hoes selling from 85.3005 fiO. On Tue day the market closed 510o lower. Wed nesday morning's market regained tlm lo * of the night before but closed at n decline o lOc. Thursday's market was wnak but Frl daj N market closed strong at about stead1 prices. Frda ! > 'a market closed strong whll' another lOo decline was experienced on Sal unlay. There vvvre SOJ sheep received during th week , but the market was not particular ! active. There are no regular kheep buyer and hence when there Is any ttemand th market Is frequently > ery good , while a times it U Impossible to get oven a bid , Cattlo. The receipts of cattle worn very llcht am of thosu in thirteen huds did not arrive unti too li\to for the market. There was a M'r uood demand tor good fat cattle and thn mai Kct wnb siiltlj active at an advaucu ot 5@10o Haifa. The receipts of ho s were light as usual 01 Monday. There was no demand for llgh hogb and all such were nnelectod , six load being left over. Heavy hogs vvern a sliacl totter In the niornlnt' , hut closed weak um dull. Blieop. , TUero was nothing doing on the market. iicccipts. Cattle 500 1,200 Prevailing I'rlce . Showing the prevailing prices paid for live stock on this murkrt : Choice steers , 1300 to 1101 lbs.4.3V314.75 Choice steers , UOO to tsiu Ibs. . . 4.213MO 1'at little stncr 000 to 1050 Ibs. . . . 3.lK ) ( < f 1.31 Oood to choice corn-fed cows. . . . 3.00Yi'Mu Falrto medium cows 2.iiOt..75 ! Hood to choice bulls 2.50 3.21 Light and medium hozs 5.20 ( < (130 Oood to choice heavy hogs fi.85tjt5.fX ) ( ! oed to choice mixed hogs 5.20vu1.35 Choice sheep , 00 to 120 Ibs U. Wit 1.20 Representative RanRO of Trices. Showlni * tlm hleliQst , iiid lowest pftld for luads ot hozs on tills mirket durlnn thepait leven days and tor the same tune last month : uid a year aco. Shipment ? , Showing thp number of cattle , hois and sheepsliipp-d Irnm the yards duUn theday. CAI n.E. No. cais. lit. Dr < st. 4 N. W Chicago 3 Mil Chicago nods. No. cars Kt Dcst. 8 U. I Ho-iton Allsilos of stock in this nnrketaro made percwt. live vrnlzht unless otherwise stated. Ioad lie s sell at Kc prr Ib. lor all welehts. "SUins"or ho s weUhlnz less thin 100 Ibs , no value. Prt'snant sows are docki'd 40 ItH. undbt.iftsSU Hiby the public inspector. Live Stock Notes. Blue Mouthy. lloirs clo'-o dull. Cattle 5@10o hluber. Ijichl ho's not \\antrd. bi\ loads of ho s left o\cr. I-\o Andcison , Columbus , topped the hof ; uaiket. Srimrcs & Co. , Boston , bought se\en loadb ot lie s. James Danley , Ashland , was in and mar keted t\\o loadof lie > : s. ,1. X. ( irillith , Slianandoah , la. , nas licra and dNpo > ud ot a load of ho s. James A. Kra/icr , Siher City , la. , airived ate In the afternoon \\itli two loads of cattlo. Mi. James I'r.ulei , ( ! tand Island , a hoa\y hipper , \\as in and nnrketpd 112 head of coin led stocis. Charlie Welsh. Papllllon , was In and sold wi'iity-hvo head of coin fed cattle which topped the nurket. J. II. Sttiiiirfellow and M. Nachman.ka ( ) - oosa , v.rll known li\o stock men , weio in Mii the yard- , . OJ1AU.V WHOLES VL13 MAUIifCl'S The Week. Monday , April 4. There have been tx few rhanups in the pio- luce markets MIICO ; i week ngo. Firmer ces will be noticed in the butter market which has ucmi occasioned by the scarcity of that HI tide. E gs , however , continue nt the old prices , although a lower market is antici pated. A sp.irclty will bo noticed In the poultry maiket and corn'hpoiidlni ; high pi ices. There lias been a little improvement in the pot.ttoc maiket , but the market is still weak. New vegetables are eomini : in in Kreatci variety and all ttiat Is necessary to create an nctlvu demand is a few days moie of warm weather. General Produce. Tltcfollawlwi prlcci arr.for round lot * of pOfJicc ( \old tin tlic nidihetto-a c/ . BuiiK.uThe receipts ot coed butter aie vpiy light and thu maiket is cleared. There is a good demand for choice , sweet table btittoi , but there Isery little cominu that can bn traded as biicli , and buyers have been compelled to take the poorer trades. On ac count ot the jcatcity of the choice grades pool butter has sold more readily than usual and at better prices. Dealers , however , must not expect to receive tancy prices for common stock. Choice country , iNS-Oc ; tali to peed , 14Tlfn ( ; common , 8@lOc. Edt.s At the present tlmo the market maybe bo said to be devoid ol any new features. 1'he receipts continue heavy. There is a Kood city demand while the shippersare taking all the surplus stock. The prevailing price is lOc. A good many dealers are anticipating lower in Ires when the inter-state commerce- law goes Into effect. The now law will raise the rates between this point and the PacjiliC const f loin $1.0 ; ) to $3.00. This Will tend to lower the maiket here unless there should chance to be an advance In the Cali fornia markets , ns ihlppers will require wider mat Kins on which to ship. CHKKT. Full cieam elieddars. single , 13j- ( fC14c ; full cream flats , twins , 14c ; Young Americas , 14 > c ; fancj Swiss , 10@l7c ; Swiss imported , 25c : Llmbtirper. He ; brick , I516c. L BKANS-Infei lor stock.75@Si.OQ ; good clean rountiy , S1,00 J1.1K ; medium , hand picked , S1.40 ( < ? 1.50 ; hand picked , navv. 81.50 1.00. PROVISIONS Ham , 12Jf@lHc ; ; breakfast bacon , rib , 9c : break Ust bacon , plain , lO c ; dry salt sides , bgsc ( ; dried beef , regular , lie ; dried beet , ham pieces , 14c ; lard , 50-lb cans , 75 c ; 20-lb cans , Fairbanks , 7Vc ; 10-lb cans , Fairbanks , 7J c ; 5-lb cans , Kuh banks , Sr : 3-lbcans. Fairbanks , 8'ise. ' D ISSKD : POUI/IKV 'Ihe vveatlier this week has been cooler and theie has been a very good demand lor dressed poultry. The receipts , however , have been verj llcht and good prices huso been obtained. Choice fat chickens havn been selling readily at lie , and fair to good at lOc. Ttirkes. although not in very coed demand , ate selling at lie on account of the scarcity of chickens. Large tat ducks are in good demand at 10u ( lie but small , poor htock Is slow nt WlOe , LIVK POUI/I nv The receipts of Ifve poul- tiyhavo also been llcht and the demand good. Oood large towls are selling re tdlly ai 8n.25rf3.50 and smaller ones at SMOOTH 2- > . There have been a tew turkeys in but they were Blow sale at 7c. Large ducks are sellinu at Si. 00 and smaller ones at S2.50 'j.75. ( iAMK Came continues to arrive In liberal Quantities and meets with very fair sale. Mallard ducks , per dozen , S2.00 < 3..25 ! ; teal per dozen , $1.50$1.7' ( > : mixed , per clown , 8 1,50 ; geese , pur down , $3.00(3 ( 1.50 ; brants , per dozen , SJOO. POTATOES The receipts have not been quite as heavy during the past few days Local farmers aio not mincing In as manj and the outlook Is a little more encou-aglng Trie retail dealers are mostly stocked up toi the time oelng , but stocks are not heavy , li some caset > dealtra aie trying to get a little better prices for home grown than thosi quoted below. The trade is confined almns entirely to the sale of small lots from tin store and It would bo a difficult matter tc close out cur lots to a single bu > er. An oc caslonal small lot brines a little more than h justified as a quotation. New potatoes , fron the south , lm\u put In an appearance this week , but are not moving very freely as yet The stock Is not very larue and Is held at t lili'li price. Homegrown. 45V7'Oc ( ; Coloradc rose , per bu , S1.10gl.l5 ( ; Colorado snow flake , per bu , Sl.KXu.t.15 ; Salt Lake , 81.00 sweet , pcrlb , 3c ; new potatoes , southern , pe bbl. , 87,00 ; new potatoes , southern , per Ib. 4e. 4e.CAIIII.VOK Stocks are moving treely am choice stock Is In eood demand. The maike Is fairly well supplied. California cabbage choice , iH-rH,3 ) > 4c , CAUUFI.OVV IK : There Is not verj innd on the market. The demand is fair tor eec stock. Cauliflower , per down 51.75(32.00. ( Ai'i'i.KS The market Is well supplied will apples , but choice and Ituicv apples are nose so plenty. Uomanltes , willow twig am Cenetons are In the best demand and sell fo about SM.50 , vv hilii Ben Davis are selling a S4 00 , Kancv eastern stock , 84.50@'j,00 ; cholc < Missouri stock. S4.UO@4.50 ; common Mis bouri stock , 83,50 4.00. Oi.o VKdKTAUi.Ks-The demand Is llph for most kinds of old vegetables and block are moving elowly aud mostly lu a small way nlons are not bringing nultc ns much AH hpyvvere. Unions .choice stock , per bbl , 3 ! Mi j.75. Beets , chrrots , turnips , etc. , per r hl.Sl.7.Va2.00.r NKW \ ' oiTADt.i. : The vveather has been oldpr this week tliati for some time back ind accotdlnirly the demand has not been so icavy for gieeitu < etablc . Kalamazoo elery Is beginnltiK to come In , but It Is * tlll carce and Is RICOH. Spinach , per bbl. , ! . " . > : top onions , per dozen bunches , i1C < 45c ; California celery , per do/en , Sl.OO ; adlshes , per do/en bunches , H'MIOc ; lettuce , Oc ; pie plant , per Ib , I''c ; Califoinlu beet , ier Ib , ! > < e : California cariots , per Ib. We ; . 'alifoinla tuinlpH , pet Ib , 1 ! , ; California nspagus , per Ib , v0o ! ; cucumbers , per down , M.oo. OTr.S ! ! Mediums. 20o ; "standurd , 20c ; elects26c ; extra selects , : U ; N. Y counts , JBc. JBc.Lr.MONs There lias been no material hange In the market. Prices continue firm. Messina , choice , per box , 35.00 ; do. tancy , ier box , j.OO(7Z5.ro. ( , OnA.Nr.F.s-There ! s not a very heavy sup ply on the matket. A conilgumeut ot Mcv InnMoer" has arrived. California , Itlver- Ide , per box , S4.OOfn4.-J5 ; California , Los \ngelfs , per box , S3.00 ii3.'J j : Mediterranean svvcoK S4.00@l,25 ; Mesalua Imperial , lanej , S".00 ( < . i5 50. SiitAvviiEiiuiKf-A veiy few continue to arrive and meet with ready sale. Choice slock Is selling at 4" > e. Itepoits tiom Missouil ndlcato a light beuy crop for the season , in ill kinds of heirics. H ANA.VAS-Larcebunches , per bunch , $2.00 ( jiU.OO. Nrr Afew black walnuts aie coming In 'rom the country and aie sloxv sale at 7'ic per ) iishel. The follow liifj are the wholesale irlces a * which orders lioui Ihe outside are illed : Almontls , UOc ; pecans , largo polished , 14c ; hlberts , l4cBrn7lls ; , 14cwalnutsNaples ; , 'Oc ; walnuts , Chill , 14c ; peairuts , II. P. Vir- Kinln , be. FLOUK AND Miu.sTurrs Winter wbeat lour , best quality patent , S2.75 ; second nual- tv , S'J.O ( > < 3J,50 ; best nuality spring wheat flour , patent. ? J.40WJ.i)5 ; bian , 70cpcrcvvt ; chopped feed,75c per cvvt ; white coin meal , Kc ) ; yellow corn , meal , SOrdOOc per cvvt ; screening , 50r < 75c per cvvt ; hominy , 81.50 ; shorts , 70c percwt : graham , SI. 75 ; hay. In bales $7.00 per ton. ( ! it\i.v Corn. 27c ; wneat , No. 2 , 57flOOc ( ; oat2so ; rje. 45e. Oi-ocor's PICKTJ.S Medium. In bbls , S OO ; do , In half bbls , SI.50 ; hinall. In bbls , S'tOO ' ; do , in halt bbls. S'j.oo ; gherkins , in bbls , Sli'.oojtio , in halt bbls , 8V > u. hue vit ( iianulateil , O'vlWO'/c ' ; conf. A , 5J ( Tide ; white e\tia C , 5ljff5' < c ; extra C , i'nc ' ; jellowC , lJ4J4 ! ; c : cut fo.it , o > ptiwdeinl , , , 20c ; Mnplia , SSifJlc ; Aihuckle's roasted J0'c ; Mel.HUghlin's XXXX roasted , 20'4c ' ; Dilwoith'B 2 e : Ked Cross , 'i4c. ) ' CANMTtdoonsOjstersstandardpercase , SH.l.V S.'J1" . ; strawberries , alb. per case. SJ. , ) ; raspben IPS. 'J Ib , per case , S-.2. ' > ; Calitomia pears , per case , S4.50 ; apricots , per casj , 5S4.CO ; peaches , pc - se , S'lOO ; white cher ries , per ease , S3.00 ; p urns , per case , S'i 50 ; blupbcriies porcase , Sl.W : efe plums. 2 Ib , per case. St.50 ! ; pincapoles , A ib , per case J3.2d@'i.7' > : I Ib nu.jkt'lel. ppr d07 , 31.10 ; 1 It ) salmon , pet dor , S1.50 tl..Vj ; ID , goose berries uprcusp. 81.7" ) ; 2 Ib string beans , per case , Sl. 'i ; 2 Ib llmaboins , per case. 81.00 ; 'J Ib marrowfat peis , per case , S 2.50a2 ( 00 ; 2 Ib early. lune peas , per case. Si7 > : 3 Ib toma toes. 82.5J .3.I > 0' 2 Ib com SJ.40fii2.r,0. MAI CHKS Per caddie , me ; sature cases , 81.70 : mule square. 81.20. . kegs 81.20 1.25 SYiiup-No.70 , 4-gallon , ; New Orleans pei gallon , @ 40c ; maple svrup , half bbls , "old time. " per gallon , 7'c ( ' ; 1 gal lon cans , nor doz. 810.0U ; hall gallon cans , pet do35 fiO ; quart dans , S i. j. CAVDY Mixed. si.'Oiiic : stick , S' Q'J c CUACKFHS ( iarneau's soda , butter and picnic. A c ; creams , sic ; ginger snaps , o > < c ; city soda. 71- , ' . hritni Mirror gl iss. i Ib , Gc ; mirror gloss , 3 Ib , 55o : miiror gloss , Olb , 05fc ; ( raves corn.l Ib.fi c ; Klngsford's corn , 1 lo , 7c : KliiKsford's gloss , 1 ib 7c ; Klngsford s gloss , Olb. 7Jfc , King'.fnid's pure lib. 5Ko ; Kingsford's ' pure , 3 Ib. 5Kc ; Kmgsfords bulk. 4c. JsoAi's Kirk s savon imperial , 82.70 ; Kirk s saiinet. F3.00 ; Kiik s stand ird , S'i.O'i ; Kirk' * , white Russian. . 84,00 ; Kirk's whitecap - cap , Sft.50 ; dom" , $ j.8j ; washboard , 83.10 ; wlillo cloud. 33.75t General ' 'MarKeti. \AKNisiir.s-UaireK per gallon ; furni ture , extra , Sl.10 ; furniture , No. 1. * 1.00 ; coach extra , 81.40 ; coach , No. 1,81.20 ; Da- mar , extra , 31.75 ; Japan , "Oc ; asphaltum , extra s.5c : shellac , S3.50 ; hard oil finish , .M HEAVY HABnv > ARE iron , rate 82. SJ ; plow stiel special cast,4)ic ) ; cruclble steel , We ; cast tools , ( fj. 12'3lf . ; wagon spokes , pei set , S2.00 ( 3.50 ; hubs , per Bet , S1.25 : telloes. sawed dry , 81.50 ; tongues , each. 80c : axels. each. 75c : squaio mils , per Ib. 0171c : cell chain , per Ib. C fTel-'c ' ; malleable. * @ldc ; lion wire. In car lots , 84.03 per 100 Ibs. Nails , rates , 10 to 50. 8UO : steel nails. S2.'U. Shot , 8l. ' ; buckshot , Sl.fxi ; Had powder , kegs , 85 00 ; do. half kegs , SJ.T , ; do. quarter kegs , 81.50 : blasting , kegs , 82. lu ; fuse , per 10 feet , C5e. Lead bar. SI * DnvPAisTs-Whlt * lead , 7c ; French /Inc , 12c ; Parli wtiitlnp , 2) ) < c ; whiting , gliders , UJfc ; whiting , com'l , 1'ic ; lampblack , ( ier- manstown , 12c ; lampblack , ordinary , tic ; Prussian blue. . " > culframarlne ; , Uic ; vandyk- brown , 8c ; umber , burnt 4c ; umDer. raw , 4c ; sienna , burnt , 4c ; sienna , raw , 4c ; Paris green , aenulne. ) ( > , Paris green , com mon , 22c ; chrome green. , UN. Y. . 20c ; TermlHion American. IHc : inaian raw and burnt umber , 1 tb cans , iac ; raw and burnt sienna , ISc : Vandyke brown , 13c ; re fined lampblack 13 : coach black and irory blaclr , 10c ; drop black. 16c ; Prussian blue , 40c : ultramarine black. 18c ; chrome ereon.L. , Id. A D. . 16c ; blind tnd shutter green , L. . M. * D. , 16c ; Paris green , IBc ; Indian red , lie ; Venetian red , We ; Tuscan , 22c ; American vermlllir/n. L. < k I ) . , 20o : yellow ochre , 2c ; L. M. fc O. D. . ISc : good ochre. 10o : natenj drvor , Sc ; graining color , light oak , dark oak. walnut , chestnut and sh. 1'Jc- DnuosAND ijiiEMioAi.H. Ao 0 carbolic , < c : acid tartarlc , 52o ; balsam copaiba , per 0 > , 50c ; bark sassafras , per B > , lOc ; calomel , per tt , 78c , ehlnchonldla , per oz , 40c ; chloro form , per Ib , 48c ; Doyers powders , pei ft , 81.25 ; epsom s-alts. , per Ib , S c ; glycerine , pure , per Ib. SOe ; Jead. acetate , per ft. 21c ; oil , castor , No 1 , per gal. , 81.50 ; oil castor , No. 2 , per gal. , 81-40 ; oil olive , per gal. , 81.40 ; oil orlirannutn. 50c ; opium , 34.00 ; quinine. P. A W. and It. A S , , per ( oz. 70c ; potassium Iodide , per tt > , 81.50 ; sallcin. pcroz , 4c ( ; s\il- nbaio morDhlne , per oz. 81.15 ; siilPluir , per tt.Hc'.Btrjchnlne. DI oz. Sl.a ) . I-AINTS iv On. White lead. Omaha , PP. , ; white lead , St. Louis , pure , t > ) fc ; Mar- Bellies , green. 1 Ib cans , 2c ; Krencti zinc , srreen neal , 12c ; French zinc , red seal. He ; French jinc. In varnish ast. . 2Uc ; Kench rine.75c : ermilllon , English , In oil , 75c ; red. lOc ; ro-o plnK. 14c ; Venetian red. Cook- son's , 2fo ; Venetian red , American. iKc ; red lead , 7Vc ; chrome yellow , genuine , af'c ' ; chrome yellow , K , We ; ochre , rochello. 3c : ochre , French , 2Jfc ; ochre , American , IKc ; Winter's mineral , 2 > o ; i ohlgh blown , 2Kc ; Spanish brown , ici'rlnce's nclneral , 3c ti PIBITS Cologne spirits , 188 proof , 81.17 : do 101 proof , 81.18 ; spirits , second quality 101 proof , S1.17 : do 188 proof. 81.10 Alcohol 18S proor , 82.21) ) per wine eallon. lledlstillec whiskies , 31.00X1. 5U ( Jin , blended , 81.50C i 2.00 ; Kentucky bourbons , 82.00 6.00 ; Ken tucky and Pennsylvania ryes , 82.00M .50 ( Jolden Sheaf bourbon and no whiskies S1.V)33.00. Brandies , Imported , 85.006JH.50 domestic , 31.80O3.00. ( Jlns , Imported , 34.S 0000 ; domestic , ] 81.25Q3.00. Champagnes Imported , rercase firstname.lastname@example.org ; American per case. 310.OOullO.00. Minr.i ( Jreen i butr hers. 5 @ 6c ; greet cured. 7c ; dry tliut. llWlCc ; drv salt , 9(410c ( creen calf skins , Xc ; damaged nides two-thirds price. ' Tallow 3Jfc Grease- Prime white. 3c : yellow. 2t/c ; brown , \'A Sheen Pelts. 25O75C , . t tuts AND SKTVS 'Iho following price are for primp , well handled skins ; Beaver prime , clean per pound. 51.50(3300 ( ; fall , 81.2 012.00 ; meatv ana-Inferior. S1.email@example.com. Ucai blown and grizzly. S'i.oO&s.OJ ; cubs um yearllnu's , 8-2.00 4.00. Badger , fjOQGOc. Cat wild , 20fcjiOc ; domestic , black , I0fll5c ( : dc mpstlc , sundry colors , 5Q ! > c. Fox. red , 31.0 @ 1.2A ; cross , 8200 ( 4.00 ; grny , 40@ ' > 0c' sllvei 810.00(34000. ( Fisher. S4.000.00. Olter,84.0 OJO.OO. Martin. 81.00&5175 , Muscrati wn ter. large , lite ; fall. 5c ; Kltts , Mink , dare dark , 35@40c ; small aud pale , 15@20e. Bac coon , largo prime , 40T < tWc ; small andlnfrrloi 2oV 30c. Skunk , common , 15@25c. Wolf large gi y , firstname.lastname@example.org ; coyote or prairie 75 ( < We. Deer anil antelope , winter , per pound 15c ; full and summer , per pound 20c , OFT mt > ar. FKNCIKO. No. 1 , 4 A 0 Inch , la and U ft. , rough. . .f 18. V ) No. a , 4 Jt eincli , 13 and 14 ft. , roucu. . . 1\00 I.1ME , F.TC. Julncy white lime , ( beit ) . 0" > c Vkron cement , a " 5s ht < lr . "i'x : BOARDS. So. 1 Com. s 1 9 . S1S.OO No. S " " . 15.60 No. U " " . 15.00 N 4 " " . 10.00 S1D1NO. A , 12 , 14 and 10 ft . 521.M , ' . ' 0.00 \ " " " 15.00 ) , . 11.50 CH1.1NO AVI ) VAIITIIIOV. > t com. , 4' lii White 1'lne Cclllnc d " " " " d com. , ? 8 In Norway 1'lne Celling H.OO A Cinch , white pine , ! tt..o C . 2d.N ) : 6 Inch. " " iSol KenV ) . I'.OO ' STOCK no 11 n . \ 12 Inch s. Is. 4\.MC ) . ? af.50 No. 1 , com. 12 In s. 1 s. , 12. HS'-'O : lOft.l'.OO ' ' No. B. . ' " 17.50 ; " 10.60 . stand 2d. clear , IV Inch , 9. 2 i . S50.r,0 id , clear , 1 luch. s.2 s t'4'J ' l'j. ' 1J , ' , a in 45.50 U clear , 1 Inch , s. U H 'JH.Wjl. .lJi.ain : ! 7.CO llll' t.Al' . No. 1 , plain , 8 and 10 in . SIS/O "oi'inr.itv YKI.I.OW I-IM : . ' 'din. 4 and 0 Im tlooilne ; . S17.50 Clear , finish , 1 and 1'4 In. s. 2 s . 'J9.00 " eotruiati'd ciitlitiB , 4 In . 24/iO " Yellow pine casing and ba-e . 27.00 I'ICKF.T1' . Tickets , D and H Hat S.0.50 : D AU sq. 520.50 SHI.SIIJS : , I.AIII. XX clear . 53.00 * A standard . 2.75 AH.B.alidB . 250 TORTS White Cedar. 0 In. , Ms 12j'c } ; Oln.qrs. . . lie " 5S'ln. 'is , llJnc8in.qr' ; . .10c THE RAILWATT1ME TABLE& OMAHA. MORTH- n WESTERN RAILWAY. 3L.I3STB . And Chicago Th * only rnnd to take for OCR Molnei M nr- challtown , Cedar Hanlds , rilr.'OD , Dlxon , Clilca- RO , MllwHiikcc und all points cunt. To tlie pt-o- plo of Nebrnska , Colorado , VVynmlnK , Utah , Idaho , Nevada , Oregon , Washington ami Cali fornia , It orTnrs superior advantage ) not po5tl- ble by nny other lino. Amontr a few of the numerous point ! of iu- perlorlty enjoyed by tliQ patrons nf tlila rend tetwuenOmaha mm PhloRKO , are Its two trulnc nday of DAV COACHES , which are the flnst thnt hiimim art and Ingenuity can ornate. Iti PAI/ALKBI.KBl'INa CAH3 , which are ruodeh of comfort nnd cletrnnce. Itfl 1'AlU.OIl OUAVV. 1NO ItOOM CAUS , unaiirims < e < ] by any , and Its widely celebrated PALATIAL DINlNcl CAHS the e < | unl of which cannot bo found elsewhere At Council Bluffs the trains of the Union Pacific Hy. connect In Union Depot with those of UK : Chicago li Northwestern Ity. In Chicago the trains ot this line mnko close connection wilt thona of all eastern lines. For Detroit , Columbu" , Indlnnnpolts. Cincin nati. Niagara Falls , Buffalo. I'ltUburir.Tornnto , Montreal , Itoston , Now Voiu. 1'hlladelphln , Baltimore , Washington and all points in the east 1 ask for a ticket via tlm 'NOHTH WESTERN. " If you wish the best accommodation. All tlckei agents sell tickets via this line. H. HUOHITT. B.P.WILSON. Den1Manager. . denl. Pacs'r Agent Chicago , III. W. M. BABCOCK , L R. TIOM.RS. Western AKont , City Pusa'r Agent , Omaha , Nclirus a. PENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH. " The Original and Only Ucnnlne. 8kh A4 klvftTi RtlUbU B.u * f w rilil M InlUUofti. U < liiM > bi u LADIES' A > k ' " " " " 'VlX * ! < ° > "Chl lic t r' K ( U ll" A' t * > * ao vik. ! , or uettM i * . ) lo a * for i > * rloiilui ! lit ttll * by retvni nail. * Ckl k .tr fk . U.I Cq .4UBB.rCl.h .u Trr7 kr - ifk bt Omaha Jobbers' Directory. Agricultural Implemtnls. I'AltKER , WboltialeDcattrln Aericiiltnral Implements , Wagons , and Iliietlri , Jon t rlr t , tvtnrtn Vtb mil linli.Olnnbn , N b. Agricultural Implomcnta , TmtoniC rrl f' , Hug loi. Kit. , Wholttalf , Om iha. LEE , FRIED f CO. , Jobbers of Hardware and Nails , Tinware , Sheet Iron , Kte. Acentt for Ilo t < lt , and illauil TundirLu , Omnht. Neb. Wliolof nlo Dt.ilcri In Agricnl'turul Iiuiiloincuts , dOl.NJ , ' .01 aad'.Gi , Jonri st Artists' Material. Artists' MatcriaU , Pianos nnd Organs , 1M1 DoiiKtnl Street , Omslm. Builders' HarJnare and Scales. Buihlors'Hardwnro&Sc.ile Kcpalr Shop Hechanlca' Toolt aud lliioritlo Hralei. I4K > loulai > U A Otnahn. Nub. Betts and Shoes. "AMERICAy JrTXv/5 SEWED SHOE COMPANY , Uinufacturtri and Wholesale Dealer ! ID Boots nnd Shoes , Complete stock of Rubber Ooortt nlnari on hnnd jot 8. nth st , Omaha , Neb. A. T. Austin. Anont. W. V. MORSE C CO. Jobbers of Hoofs and Shoes. [ 411 Farnam t , Ouinba , N h. Mnnufactoi ; , Summer street. Uoston. Z. T. L1XD8EY dJ CO. Wliolesalo Rubber rtonts ami Slides Itutibor nnd Ollcil Clothlnt ; mul 1'ult Iloola i ml blioca. tJuiitliciist I'oiiq'i HtU und llou laa. Beer. . for Anbeuser-Bush Hrovinp Ass'n Pl < ccUI lnnrt ! . Fanst , IludwAlscr unit Krlnnger. STORX D JLKR , Lnpcr licrr Drowcrs , 1'i2I North l th Direct , Omnhn , Nob. Butrher * ' Tools. LOUIS HELLER , Butcbors' Tools and Supplies , ! au8 ite Cnslngi of all kinds nlw.lynlu atock. 1211 JOIIIilSt , vU U Coffee. Spices. Etc. Omaba CoiTvo and Spice Mills. T a , Coffee , Spices ItiiklnB Powder. tracts , l.nundiT llhie Ink. KIP 1U btnet.Oumha , .N b. GATES , COLE cli MILES , Home Collee and Spire Mills M'f'ff Co. Coffee KoitKtorsniid 'pIcdGrlndgr , Mnnnfaitureri of Baking I'owdcr , Hn orlnu Kxlrac ! . Illnlnn. Ktr 1 ry one nil1 of our 1 ft imckuue Home Uletid Uua-ted > ) rrc o. l < 3j llOTTftrd Ft . omnbu. > ob. Cornice. John Epeiictcr , Prop. Manufacturer of tiulvanlted Iron rind Cornice . 921 Dodge and 101 and 105 N , 10th st , Oinolia , Neb. tC ItOLTE , Maiiufacturera of Ornamental Galvanized Cornices , Doitner Wlodows , Mnals MetallcSkrllKhl.ctc. 310 S. Ut'i ct , Om ha. WESTERN CORNICE WORKS , C. Sppcbt , Prop. Galvanized Iron Cornlcrs , etc. Snect'n Improved Pat ent M tallr * < krllkht. 'M and 510 S 12th nt Oinnha. Carpets. CO. , Jobbera of Carpets , Curtains Oil Cloths. Bucra , Linoleum * , Mattings , Etc. 1511 Douflai itrovl. S. A. ORCHARD , Wholesale Carpets , Oil Cloths , Mattings , Curtain floods , Kto. Ii23 laruaut btrcet , Omaha. Nob. Crockery and Motions. Agent for the Uinufactureri and Importers' of Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Cblmncta , etc. Office , 317 South 13th it Omaha , Neb. Commission and Storage. Commission and Jobbing1. Butter , Kcgiand Traduce. Conilfnmema Bollclled. lleailquarieri for iitnnenaro , Hurrj Iloxci and Urape Ilaiknli. Hit I > edge > trectOmaha. PEYCKE BROS. , Commission Iferchants. Fnilts , Produce and ProTlilons , Omaha , Neb. Storage and Commission Merchant. Bpeclaltlei nuttor. BgRs , ciieese. Poultry. Game , Oysters. Etc. , Etc. Ill South tub street. WIEDEMAN < C CO. , Produce Commission Merchants , Poultry , Butter , ( lame , Hulls , etc. VK 8. llth it Omaha , Iseb , Coal anif Lime. Uiu. k. I.AIIAUII. rres C. F. QoonMAN , V. Pi s. J. A. HUNDCRMKD , See. nnd Treat. OMAHA COAL , COKE & LIME COMPANY , Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal. WJKontn Thirteenth Street , Omaha , Neb. J. , / . JOJl\SOA . CO. , Manufacturers of Illinois White Lime , And Shippers of Coal and Coke , Cement , Plaster , IJiue , Hair. Hre Ilrli k , Drnln. Tile nnd Sewer I'ipe. Ofllre. rniloil Hotel. Ksrnum St. , Omaha , Nub. Telephone Sll. Confectionery. F , P."FAY Manufat'tnrinjf Confectioners , Jobber ! of Fiults , Nuts andricsn. 1211 Farnam BU Omaha. Cigars and Tobacco. MAX MEYER < C CO. , Jobbers of Cigars , Tobacco. Quni and Ammunition. 215 to 231 8 11th it. , 10 * ) to 10 ? < Farnam st .OmahaNeh , WEST & FRITSCUER , Manufacturers of Fine Cigars , And Wholesale Dealers In Leaf Tobsecos , Nos. 108 and 111) ) N. Mtb atreet , Omaha. Dry Goods. M. E SMJrfr.V : CO , , Dry Goods , Furnishing Hoods & Notions 1101 and 1104 Douglas , eor. lltb StOmahaNeb. Distillers. Distillers of Liquors , Alcohol and Spirits. I-uporton and Jobbersof VTInesanJ l.lquori. WILLO W SPRINGS DIST1LLE' CO. anil JLER if CO. , Importers and Jobber * of Fine Wines ind Liquor * . Sole nuf elurers < j ( Kennedy's Rast India 1JII- ttrs nJ DonriMcilqiiom. 1112 Harneynt. Drain Tilt , Etc. aV. R.SAt'XH Pr's. J.W.nrnrnnn.Sec.ATrasi K. J. CARSON. V.l'rti. nnd Hupt. THE UNION HYDRAULIC DRAIN TILE CO. , Office 2H R Hth it , Omaha. Neb. Machinery and Eupplles for Mauutaoturlog Cement Drain 'Kle. ELEVATORS. W. Rnnisni , D. S dunlin IVs - < T nMtn 'n 1S7' Vloo-l'ro OMAHA ELEVATOR and GRAlb COMPANY , Jobbers aud Storcrs ol Grain , lilpmoiiu i 11 i ' 11 t uioa Omlma N'Oi. Furniture. STONE , Wholesale Dealers In Furniture. I'aruamit , OmshaNeb. Omaha Jobbers1 Ortceries , G i f A G7/7/f if co. , Wholesale Groceries nnd Provision * , Nee 7tts7T.70 > nil7lia.lOthSt.Oiniilni.X > b. MCCORD , n ( tA DY , r co. , AVholcsulo Grocers , | l.'ln unit t , Y nw rtli "U , Onmbu. Hardware , > r. , r. itROATcif j Heavy Hardware , Iron nnd Steel , i , VYarnn Slotk , Hurdnars Lumber , rlc. IM ' and 1111 llarncr it , Oiuaba. Wholesale Iron and Steel , Wniton ml Carrlnee Wood Stftek , Hcntj lU tflc. U17 nnd Hl l. Tf mrurlli n , umha , b. M1LTOX JlOU EHS .C SO.\S , Sto > fl8 , Raiifiros Furnaces , , Ur t i , llran Ooodt. 1111 and 1323 Htreft. Iron Works. Iron Works , maikt nnd Cait Iron Building Work , Iron ? Ulr Hilling , Honii unit ( , lril ri , Striu Hnjliin llreM Work.utnoral Puuntlrr , Mnohlua mul lllm kpinltl Wort. Office mJWorkMI. I' . Hy. ndl7thiliffl. F. II. MrMANtlS. 0. St'M.IVAN. OMAHA WIRE , ? JHOS WORKSt BtanurHOlnron of Wire nnd Iron Mailings , Desk Rails , Window ( lunrdu. Khutor stnmN , Wire Sign * Kt 1J3N Ifth. Orders lir m ll prouiptlr ltcndcdl . Lumbar. OMAHA TVMItER CO. , Dealer . All Kinds of Jluildingr Material nt Wholesplo. ' 18tli Htri-ot nnd Union Pacific Track. Omnhs. ' " " LOUIS BllA DFOltJT Dealer in Lumber. Luth , Limp , Sash , Doon , Kto. Vnriln-CnrncrTlh Hud Duunlus ; Cornet Vth nlul Douilrvs. t co. , Wholesale Lumber , ! 14 S. 14th Mrcel. Oninha. Neb. f.Colpelier , klmi C. N. D1ETZ. Lnnibor. 15th nnd California ( Irci'tn , Omnhn , Nob. fit ED If. ( Ill AY , Lumber , Lime , Cement , Etc. , Etc. Cor.Gth nnd Douglas ill , Ouiaba. No' ) . 11OAGLAX1) , Lumber. T. W. ITAltVEYLUMltER CO. , To Dealers Only. Olflcc , 1IW Farnnm street , Onmhn. CHAS. R. LEE , Lumber , Wood Cnrpcti nd I'arquet Flooring. 8th nnrt DouglU OniftUn. | JOHN A. WAKEFIELD , Wbolcsale Lumber , Etc. Hfd nnd Amerlrnn I'ortlnnd Cement. ftnt Agent IorMllnnukci < IlrJrnulIc I'cuoiil unit lien Cjulncr White lame. Live Stock. UNION STOCK YARDS CO. , Of Omaha. Limited. John F. Bord , S-jperlntocdant. Lin Stock Commission. M. JtURKE C SONS , Live Stock Commission. Oeo. Ilutko , Mtniger Union Stock Yard * , S omnh * . Telephone MI. SAVAGE .C GWEEN , Live Stock Commission Mercbants , BhlpmenU of im ; and all klmla of Stork ( ollclted. Union Stock YnrJu.Otunhs , Neb. Millinery and Notions. Importer ! and Jobben of Millinery and Notions , 1)13 and 1215 lUrncy St. eel , Omaha , Neb. Notions. Wholeiale Doalern In Notions and FuniisliiiiR' Goods , 40.1 and 405 B. Tenth Ht , Omaha. Overalls. CANFIELDCOMPANY COMPANY , Manufacturers of Overalls , ' leant 1'anti , Rhlrti , Ktc. 1KB and 11M Uouilaa Strati Onuhn.Nob. Paper Boxes J. L. WILKIE , Manufacturer of Tajior Boxes , B.UtkUt. . Oiaalia , Nebraikii. Ordert bj maili. Il lte4an will r o lte pre l atuatloo. Printing. 'REES PRINTING' COMPANY Job Printers , Blank Book Makers. And Book Illndcri. lor and 104 South tourteeutt itroot. Omaha , Neb , WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION Auxiliary PubliHlierK. DealenlnT/po. Pr s * and I'rlntcru' Buppllat. Ht South Twelfth Street. Pumps , I1RO 1I'NEIL C CO. , Maiuifnrturers and lioalcru In , Boilers & ( icncrnl Miicblncry tHhoct Iron work , Htunm IMniin Saw Mllli , Acme hhnrtlnk . DodKO VV'iHiil Kpllt I'lilloyi , Ilrltlnv , etc. Al > n wnf ons , rcrapora , mid bulo ties. U11-U15 Lea * vciiworth st. Omuhit RECTOR & WILHELMY CO. , Wholesale Hardware. Wentern rcenti for JelTcnon Hteol N ll . AuitlQ Powder Co , Fnlrbanki f-unJird SrnUi. Corner loth and Ilnniejr , omnha. CHURCHILL PUMP CO. , Wholesale Pumps , Pipe , Fittings , Bteamand Water Supplle H adquarteri fur Mat ! toonlCo'i ( JOiHU. Illlfcarniim it. . Omaha. Nob. A. L. STRANG CO. , Pumps , Pipes and Engines. Bte n , Water , Hallwar and Milling Supplier. Kttb 930 , saaEdWH-arnam at.Oiim" * - ' U. S. WIND ENGINE untl PUMP COMPANY. Ililladar Wind Mlliri rleam und Witter Supplier PlumblnK Qoods. llcltlni ; . limp. V19 nnd ' . J iur- uau , < . , CJmnhH. H K. rolton , ilaiiugfr. lelcphcinoNn , 10. Safes , Etc. - P. ItOYER if CO. , for Hall's Sale & Lock Co.s' fire and Iluritlar Proof Knfus , lima lx > ck , Vault * and Jail VV'irk. Mil Mrnarq ttreet Omah G. ANDREEN , Omaba Sufo Works. Mnnilfnctnrcr.of Fire and llnrRlarl'ioofHafri , Vuull Uoom.Jull VVork.Hhutturn Hud Wlro Work. Cor. 14th and Jackton Ht , ( ) mihiiN"b , Sash , Doors. Etc. Wlioleialo Mnnuractureriot Sash , Doors , BliiulH and Branch o ce , J2lli and Utrd tt . BOHN MANUFACTURING CO. , Manufacturers , cf Sash , Doors , Blinds , Monld'nci ! > iar Work nod Interior Hard Wood 1'lnUb. Jutl iiueneU. N , ti. 'or. 8b | nnd l. UTnxortliBU. Omalia.Ncti.