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THE OMAHA DAILY BEJp : F.RIDAY , JULY 20. 1887.
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
Wheat Takes a Snddou Drop From the
Prices of Wednesday.
HEAVY UNLOADING BY LONGS.
Corn Advance * Hliarply In Spite of
Dear Efforts to Keep the Trice
Down OatB Ilcmaln
Steady.
CHICAGO I'llOmJCK MABKKT.
CHICAGO. July 2S. ( Special Tclceratn to
thoUKic. | A load of long wheat was dumped
on the market this mornliiK. local operators
who have been working the bull side stio >
ilcnly showing weariness of spirit nnd In
clination to "My the track. " Cables quoted
the weatlinr on the continent and In the
United Kingdom us warm and dry , and
homo'ncws was not of a distinctive bullish
character. There has been n let-tip to the
flood of bad crop news from the northwest.
A membnr of one ot the houses with a tre
mendous northwestern cHentnKO bagely re
marked In this connection that Inas
much ns his correspondents were not saying
much about wheat now ho Assumed that
they would have a ; oed deal for sale. If the
crop was ruined or seriously Impaired , he
felt confident ho would bo Hearing more
about It. Now winter wheat keeps comlim
forward and seaboard markets report a sul > -
sldenco of Inquiry for foreign account ,
though the clearances conilniiu to shiny ut >
well. Krcu liquidation of wheat tor
local account canled the pilcc of September
down from TOJjfc at the open-
In L' to 70/c ' , October Irom 12 c
to We , and December from 75 fc
to 75e. The market was verv weak and this
dccllno of nearly le from yesterday's closing
range was accomplished in less than an
hour's time. The market recoveicd slowly
after the break , but by the end of the session
nearly the whole of the decline had been re
covered , and the net loss on the day averaged
only } { < & % c. August closed at G96c , Sep
tember at "OXe , October nt [email protected] > jc ; , nlui
December at t > % c , The market appears to
ground with a fair den roe of lirmness on the
public faith In the intrinsic value of wheat at
about the current range of pilcos , and rald-
.Ini ; attempts are not attended with a measure
of success any more than sporadic cllorts to
run llttlo bull movements. In brief , there
are no sensational features to the market
these dins to warrant anticipations of un
usual speculative excitement on either sldn.
Corn was active and prices averaged [email protected]
% c higher. Speculative operations concen
trated largely In September and May de
liveries , September being the favorite month.
The opening trades were : i7J < c for Auvttst ,
! (8X ( ° for September , 39o for Octol > cr , and 41c
for December. The market worked up [email protected]
* < c without effort and In face of strong local
opposition , "Old Hutch" and his following
lighting every step of the advance. August
sailed up to : t8ifo , September to ! i'.i } c , Octo
ber to SOXc , and May to 41 , 'r.
During the last two hours of the session the
market held steady and strong , but final
quotations wore at a concession from tlin
b toftlieday , viz. : HS'fc for August , 8'Jc
tor September , W ) @ : i9 o for October , and
4l } c for May. The volume of speculation
wan largo , and outside orders were numerous
and gonntally to buy. Crop damage reports
are again on the Increase and bcattcri'd ,
thouuh local showers makes the Held of nnws
from the rorn belt more or less streaked.
A steady feeling prevailed In oats and
fluctuations In the speculative market were
within a K range. In the early part of the
day prices bagged fractionally , but the lost
ground was recovered and the closing quota
tion ! were fully up to those of yesterday.
There was just a fair trade , b"fng mostly
loon I and to a larger extent In October and
May than usual.
1'rovlslons were again without special
change. In short ribs and lard there was
more or loss doing In the way of transferring
trades for August to later months , but even
In these articles the new busi
ness transacted was unimportant The
outside public seemed to take no
interest to sneak of in the market , and with
professional operators unusual Indiffer
ence prevailed. Still the feeling was strong
and for lard and short ribs the closings were
about the same as yesterday , or at J0.57H for
August lard , 87.05 for August short Jibs ,
ffl.tl7KC4fl.70 for September lard , S.05 for
September short ribs , 80.72 0,75 tor Octo
ber lard , and 37.80 for October short ribs.
( September , the leading month , sold for lard
at 80.07K30.70 and for short ribs at SS.OO ®
H.O-V August lard was lOc and August short
[email protected] under September. Pork was dull at
817.00 for cash , Sll.UO for the year , and S11.70
for January. Lard sold for November and
January at 80.56 and short ilbs for January
at 80.00
CHICAGO MVK STOCK.
CHICAOO , July 28. ( Special lelegratn to
the UKK.J CATTLE Out of the largo num
ber on sale the percentage of prime or even
useful natives was lleht. Taken altogether
there was barely 4,000 good cattle on sale ,
and these , or such as exactly suited buyers
for shipment , sold substantially higher , a
large number going at [email protected] , a tew at
[email protected] and one or two lots at 8 .70 4.75.
These were the top prices for top stock. Of
course a number of useful cattle sold at 54.00
(34.25 ( , and then down to $3.75 and below.
A largo number of light , thlnnlsh , grassy
steers sola to feeders and for distilleries
within a ranco of - . ' . K33 25 , Uutchcrs'
Block was unchanged. There Is a slight
t > purt ot activity In the stocker and feeder
trade , with an upturn of [email protected] Ship
ping steers. 1350 to 1500 Ibs. $3.7.- > ( f44.73 ;
1200 to l'.va Ibs. [email protected] ; to 1200 Ibs
ta.3U ( < $4.r > 0 ; stockers and feeders. Sl.a .lS ;
cows , bulls and mixed. [email protected] ; bulk ,
S&2S. Texas closed [email protected] c lower ; dressed
beefg2.lKK.40 ) ; canners , $2.50 ; cows , $1.250
' . ' .no.
linns The demand was much better than
yesterday , with an upturn of a strong 5c on
all sorts. The bulk of sales were at (5.25(14 (
5.35. A few lots of butcher weights sold at
5.40. and a few lots ot Hicht light , the sort
that Is very scarce , at 85.50 ; common pack
ers , | [email protected])0 ) , Yorkers 35.ii5Q5.40.
FINANCIAL.
NKwYonu , July 2S. [ Special Telegram
to the HKK.I STOCKS. The mantel opened
btroug at an advance. After the first hour
liquidation scorned to be the general motive.
The beats were on topand the bulls were dis
heartened. Louisville & Nashville was at
tacked without resistance and fell to coy.
Among the Itotnsof personal gossip of pome
Interest was one that Cammack , who Is at
Newport , was short of coalers and grangers.
Another one was that the New York Life
Insurance company had been buying Dela
ware , Lackawana & Western , and the Vanderbilt -
derbilt btocks. For the first time In several
weeks Cammack's commission men admit
iloltiK a fair business One handled 2,500
shares yesterday at Kc. and two others
bought over 5.00U shares Heading , Lake Shore
and St. 1'aul for customers. Still operators
were afraid of the September money market.
It Is probably true that London orders to sell
were numerous yesterday , but arbitragers
allege that the fact was owing to a hammer
ing In foreign markets by American opera
tors. A comparison of London prices at 2 p.
in , with our yesterdays closing shows
. per cent advance on Missouri ,
Kansas A Texas , V on St. 1'aul ,
Union 1'aclllo and Krle , ? ' on Lake
Shore , V $ on Now York Central , Louis
ville & Nashville and He.idlnc. The closing
prices at London compared with 3 o'clock
show > f per cent elf on LaKe Shore
and Erie , } ( elf on New York
Central and St. Paul , [email protected] % oil on
Heading , Lake Shore , Union 1'acltlc
and Canadian ] 'aclllo. On a rally for a short
time with cotton seed leading there was con
siderable activity , but It soou became quiet
aud steady , rather more buyers than , sellers.
The belief eomcd to gain ground on ex
change that both ( lould and Sago bad been
buying stocks , and sales to noon were 200,200
Shares , Including 7OO > Lake Shore , 5,000
Northwestern , IO.SOO at Paul , 3,000 Union
Pacific. 10fOO Delaware. Lackawana < b West
ern , H.ttW Hock Island. 1,100 Pacific Mall ,
10 , VX ) Western I'nlnn. 17.80U New England ,
3..VJO Missouri Tactile. 57,000 Head In if. 2,200
Oriunii transportation , 12,300 Louisville A
Nashville. Total sales for the day wore
SSV.ooo shares.
Uovr.HXMr.NT3 Government bonds were
dull but steady.
YKsrKltnA.Y'9 QUOTATION'S.
U. S. 4's coupon. 137WC. < fc N. W .
U. S. 4H'scoup..lOB f do preferred. . .140
Pacific ffa ot 'in. . 122 N. Y. C . 103
CanadaSouth'n. . rn < O. It. &N. . . W
Central J'arlno. . IMJf O. T. . 28
Chicago < fe A Hon. 1M ) Pacific Mall
do preferred. . . .ICIK'P. ' , D. JeK
C. , II. & 0 . I41h PullmanPKl.Car.14a
D. , L. & W . Uil'i Kc.ullng . 55V
I ) . &II.0 . 27' ' Kock Island
Krlo St L. &S. K. . . .
do preferred. . . . ( iS do preferred. . . .
Illinois Ontral. .iwu 0. , M. & Stl' . . .
i. , H. * w is ; < do preferred. .
K. & T 27 St I * . & Ode
Lake Shore 03 % do preferred. .
U &N cut Texas raclllc. . . .
Michigan Cent'l. . Ktyt Union 1'ucltic. . . .
Mo. 1'aclllc 100 \V. , St . . . .
No. 1'aclllc . lo preferred. . IW
tloprufcrrcil. . . . CT .W. U. TelCKraph " ! \ } {
Moxnr On call easy at 3(3 ( IJ per cent. ,
last loan , 4 , closed , offered at < ! .
PIUME MEHCANTII.B PAPER SJfQO per
cent.
SSTKBLINO EXCHANOE Dull , steady and
uiicliiineeil , nt SLSJ" for sixty day bills uud
for ilciuautl.
I'llODUCK MAltKUTS.
Ghlcnen. July 2S. Following quotations
nratho 2 : no closing ilKiiri-s :
Klour Steaily and uiichnnced.
Wheat Opened about Jfc lo\ver tlmn yns-
tenlay's closlne aud closed ? ijc below yes
terday ; c.ish , t/.ikc ; Soptuiuber , 70ij-iOc ; ;
October , ? J -10i > %
Corn Showed no new tlovelopiuents to
day , opculUK a shade liuiinr thanctosiui ; yos-
torilay and closed KU Idsher ; cash , as c :
ScDtembt-r , ; October , S'.n c.
Outs dull and slightly easier ; cash , Si U-lGc ;
September , 'J5 c.
Kyo-Dull at43 c.
Prime Timothy Seea-S2.152.10.
Jlailoy Uulot , steady ; September ,
Wltlskv-81.10.
Pork Quiet and without material chance ;
cash , 315.00.
Lard Lower durlncday but closed steady ;
cash and August. 80r 7 ( SO.OO ; September ,
$ G.G7K < K < 5.70.
Hulk Meats Shoulders. [email protected] ; short
clear , 58.B : MO ; short ribs , 87.uK5S.OO. ?
Mutter Strong ; creamery , ICJ 'jyc ; dairy ,
.
Cheese Strone ; full cream Cheddars and
Hats , 10rtlOKc ( ; Young Americas , 10 @llc ;
skims , GWC 47Xc.
EKirs-Weak at [email protected]
Hides Unchanged ; heavy erccn salted ;
7M"c ; light do , 7 4' ( < b'c ; saltrd bull hides. Cc ,
green salted calf , & ; dry Hint , 12iil3 ( < j ; dry
calf , [email protected] ; deacons 40c each ; dry salted ,
10o.
Tallow Uncliangod ; No. 1 country , solid ,
quotable at 4c ; No. - , 3c ; cake , -lc.
Kocoluts. Shipments.
Flour , bbls . 17,000 aooo ;
Wheat , bu . GWOO yy.OOO
Corn , bu . 81.000 51.000
Oats , bu . 105,000 167,000
Kye , bu . 6,000 1,000
Barley , bu . 2.000 2,000
New York. July 23. Wheat Receipts.
14S.OUO ; exports , 87.000'spot ; lots [email protected] and
options [email protected] lower , closing steady , Uo-
cfino partly recovered ; ungraded red , 7G ®
82'Xc : No. a red , 7G } cNo. ; 1 red. nominal ;
No. 2 rpd.7lt @ 7 Xc in elevator ; Sic dtiliv-
ered , bO ( ? fcog 1. o. b. ; August , closiui : at
SOc.
SOc.Corn
Corn Suet lots dt'cllned } c and options
closlnu steady with a reaction of
( iHicreceipts \ , 117.000 : exports , 18,000 ; un
graded , [email protected] ! ; No. 2 , [email protected]'c ( dollv-
ercd , August closiim at 45J c.
Oats White , IQlHc lower , closing steady ;
mixed a shade higher ; receipts. 83,000 : ex
ports , 125 ; western , [email protected] ; white western ,
Petroleum Firm ; United , closed Win c.
KBC.S Kalr demand ; western , [email protected])14 ! ) .
Pork Light reouest.
Lard Shade lower but dull ; western
steam , spot quoted Sfl.90.
Huttcr Firm aud in fair request ; western ,
WJJc ; western creamery , lfV922c.
Clieeso Dull and weaker ; western factory ,
Minneapolis , July C8. Wheat Unset
tled antl lower ; No. 1 hard , cash August ,
71 } c ; September , 72Kc ; No. 1 noithern ,
cash and Auuust , 70 > c ; September , 71 He ;
No. 2 northern , cash and August , C9c ; Sep
tember 70c. On trade : No. 1 liartl , Tic ; No.
1 northern , ? Jc ; No. 2 northern , 70o ,
Flour Market qulot ; patents , < [email protected] ;
bakers , S3.25fflH.a5.
Keceipts Wheat , 78,400 bu.
Shipments- Wheat , 12,000 bujllour , 23,000
bbls.
bbls.Milwaukee.
Milwaukee. July 28. Wheat Steadier ;
cash , 70c ; August , < > ' . ) % c ; September , 71c.
Corn-Finn ; No. 9. 38 > fc.
Oats Drooping ; No. 2 white , 20Kc.
Kyo-DiillNo. ; 1.49c.
JJarloy Kasler ; SoDtomhrr , G4c.
Provisions Quiet ; mess pork July , 515.00.
Cincinnati , July 28. Wheat Steady ;
No. 2 red. TJc.
Corn-Steady ; No. 3 mixed , 41v'42c. }
Oats Active and llrm ; No. 2 mixed , new ,
o.
Kye-Stronger ; No. 2 , 40e.
Pork-Oulet ; 815.50.
Lard Firm ; SO.IKJK.
L > Whisky In good demand at 81.03.
St. Limits , July 23. Wheat Lower ;
cash. 71Ko ; August. 70J c ; September 7Jc.
Corn flltjlier ; cash , 34 } < @ ' > o ; Soptora-
bor ,
Oats Dull and easy ; cash , 23j W2lc ; Sep
tember , iMJ/c.
Whisky-Steady at Sl.Oo.
1'ork-Stertdy at 815.50.
Lard -Dull at SO.in.
Butter Stronz aud higher ; creamery , IS ®
23c ; dairy , [email protected]
ISiCauBaa City. July 28. Wheat Dull ;
No. 2 red , cash , Ot hid.
Corn-btroneer : No. 2 , cash , 82' fc lud,32c
asked ; August , 32 > c bid , 3ic : asked ; Septem
ber , 33'fc asked.
Oats-No. 2 casti , 21 0 bid ; 22 fc asked.
Ijlrorpool , July 28. Wheat Demand
poor ; now No. 3 winter , 63 5d ; steady ; No.
2 spring , Gs " > Kd ; stoady.
Corn In fair demand ; snot , 4s ; dull ; July ,
3s lld ; dull ; Auuust , 4s Md ; September , 4s
Id.
Now Orleani , July 23. Corn Easier ;
mixed , 46Jc < 347c : white 55c.
Oats- Easier ; [email protected] < c.
Corn Meal-Quiet ; 83.25.
Hog Products Easier but not quotably
lower.
LiVE HTOOK.
ChtoaKO , July 23. The Drovers' Jour
nal rouorts as follows :
Cattle Hccelpis. 11,000 ; market strong
for best and others closed ] [email protected] lowers
shipping steers. X3.30 ( < M.7. ' > : stockora and
li-cUiTf , Sl.i5j3.l5 : ( ; cows , bulls and mixed ,
81.409-i.lK ) ; bulk , g'[email protected],20 ; Texas cattle ,
81.2.Vi(3.40. (
Hogs Receipts , 12.000 ; market strong ;
louijh and mixed , 55.05 ( 5.80 ; packing anil
shipping , f 5.15 5. 40 ; [email protected] . . 00 ; skips ,
83.255.00.
Sheep Keceipts , fi.OOO ; weak and lOc to 15c
lower.natlves , [email protected] ; western , S3.15 ®
H.GO ; Texiuis , 82.700(3.00 ; lambs per head ,
81.ttXa-J.2S.
KanaasOlty , July 23. Cattlfl Receipts ,
13,00 ; shipments , 3,500 ; corn-fed generally
stronger ; best crass range steady ; while
common were weak ; good to choice corn-ted
SXC5G < 3.'J' > ; common to medium , 53.10 ®
H.GO ; stockers , 82.OOCtf2.50 ; feeding steers
82.l i3UO : ; cows , 82.00(82.25. (
Hogh Receipts. U.bOO ; shipments , 1,200 ;
market weak and 10 ( t5c lower ; good to
choice , 15.10 5.25 ; common to medium ,
S4.i > 5(35.tO. (
Nntionrtl Stock Ynrda. Kast 8t
Louli , III. , July 23. Cattle Reoelnts
1S.OO ; shipments , 2,800 ; market weak ; lair
to choice heavy native steers , [email protected]
butchers' stecn , fair to choice , Sd.40&3.l > u
feeders , fair to oed , : f3.00C3.SO ; stockers
lair to good , 82.00(52.75. (
Ioi-Kncelpt , , ( XX ) ; stilpmPntH , 200
market active but lower ; choice neavy aiu
butcher ? ' selections , [email protected] ; packers ant
Yorkers , medium to prime , S5.OOQjS.30 ; pigs
common to good , J4.WX35.00.
OMAHA. MVK 8TOOK.
Thursday , July 28.
CAttlO.
These were only about liatf as many cattle
In to-day as yesterday. There was a fair de
maud for good dressed beef cattle and the
market on good cattle was stron e. The com
m on grades were about steady. Tncro Is also
a better demand for feeders and etockers and
stock of that description U sollUie mo :
.readily than a week ago.
Ilog * .
Tucrc was ( tin in boge aa compared wltb
Tsterday of 300 head. The market opened
nirly aQttvo nt about yesterday's prices. The
uycrs were all represented on the market
nd thorn was an active demand at the
ulccs. The bulk of tile hogs were sold out
arly but four loads were left over , the sales-
ion not caring to accept thu prices.
ShotTJT.
There were none In ana nothing doing on
ho market.
Itocclpu.
'attic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 400
Ions . 3WO ,
Horses . 7
Prevailing Price * .
Showing the prevailing prices paid for llvo
tockon this market :
Oholco steers , 130Jto 1300 lbs..83.HKa)4.00 )
; holco steers , 1100 to 130J Ibs. . . 3.NCi.'JO )
'at little steers 000 to 1050 Ibs. . . . 3.GOM3.70
Jorn-fed range steers 1300 to 1400 8.GOi < i3.S3
5ood to cholco corn-fed cows. . . . 2.7M3.00
Jommonto medium cows . 2.00 ( < j2..V )
Uood to cholco bulls . 1.7.VM2.25
jlcht and medium hotrs . n.oow.'i. to
iooit to cliolco heavy liois. . . . . . S.lorrfS.'JO
jood to choice mixed hogs . 5.00u5.15 ; ;
Ilopresontntivo HaloJ.
NATIVE S1BHU3.
Vo. Av. Pr.
19. . . . 1177 S3. 75
wr.8Tinx ; STIIKIIS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
fi8..1KIS ( 83.fX ) 411..18.J9 S3. 70
NATIVK AND WKSTintN STEfiltS.
No. Av. Pr.
4. . . . 1251 S3.W )
STOCKKKS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
30. . . . 7'JJ S-J.UO li-i. . . . S1U S2.UO
1IUI.I.1.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
1..1220 82.23 2..17W ) S2.75
no os.
No. Av. Shk. 1'r. No. Av. Hhk. Pr
7B..1M 100 S1.00 M..2Tit ) 100 55.10
G0..20U W ) 6.00 fi3.'j'J : ; 5.10
G4..257 120 5.00 &U..2.1S 120 5.10
70. . . . 11)5 ) bO fi.OO 73. . . . 2)5 ) bO 5.10
74. . . ltC bO 5.05 71..24U 5.10
6 ! ) . . . . 217 120 5.0.-I 07. . . . 252 120 5.10
80. . . .109 120 6.0.CO. . . . .250 120 6.10
08. . . . 2W 1(0 ( 5.05 41) ) . . . . 334 120 5.10
C8..233 210 5.05 07. . . .211 80 5.10
75. . . .228 bO 5.03 09. . . .255 40 5.12 } , '
CJ . . .tt'O bO 5,05 72..2I58 40 5.1'J' . , '
01. . . .234 120 5.05 73. . . .241 bO 5.12 } , ,
70 . . 2J8 100 5.03 C . . . 248 100 5.12 } $
03 . . .207 100 5.05 03. . . . 253 100 5.12 ( < f
01. . . . 218 bO 503 OU..253 40 5.12Ji
09. . . . 240 120 6.05 00 . . .252 40 5. 13
O'J.,217 100 5.05 03. . . . 203 80 5.15
71. . . .230 8'0 5.05 01. . . .21)0 ) 120 5.15
G3.'J38 200 5.07M 72. . . . 244 bO 5.15
01. . . . 225 100 6.07K 07. . . . 258 bO 5.15
7C..2IK3 200 5.10 62. . . .207 40 5.15
00. . . .240 120 5.10 57. . . .271 120 5.15
71. . . .214 40 5.10 72. . . .270 120 5.15
GO. . . .238 BO 5.10 00. . . .271 200 6.15
76. . . . 215 40 4.10 G5..2S5 80 5.15
04. . . .207 5.10 50. . . .204 40 5.17 }
22. . . . 229 5.10 55. . . . 200 120 6.17 } $
61. . . .250 100 5.10 68. . . .259 100 5.17' '
78. . . . 231 120 5.10 50..2S' ) 5.20
OS. . . . 229 100 5.10 4G..3.)0 120 5.20
124 . . .247 80 5.10 GO. . . . 280 - - 5.20
"J..239 SO 5.10 01. . . . 301 bO 5.20
Mvo Stouk Sold.
Showlngtho number of head of stock sold
on thu market to-day :
CATTI.K.
O. II. Hammond * Co . 200
Local . 01
Total . 201
110(18.
Anglo American Packing Co . 2,410
( ! . 11. Hammond Co . 330
Sciulies it Co . li"9l
Total . 4,143
Unsold . . . 200
Shipment * .
Showing the nuiuherof cars ot cattle , hoses
and sheep snipped Irom the y.xrds during the
day.
CATTI.I : .
3 . R. I . Chicago
2 . C. , 11. * Q . "
0 . C. , I ! . itQ . Waco
2 . U. P . Valley
IIOOS.
23 . .R. 1 . . Jollet
All sales of stock in this market are made
tir cwt. llvo weight uulow otliorwlso stated.
LVad hogs sell at 'c per Ib. for all welKhts
"Skins , " or hogs weUhlni : loss than loj Ibs.
n < | value. Pregnant sows are docked 40 IDS.
auU stagsSOIbs. by thoniibllo inspector.
lave Stuck Noten.
Hogs steady.
Cattle strong.
A few hogs unsold.
Arthur Spearman , Sprlnclield , was In with
hogs.
J. A. Dysart , Eagle , was in with two loads
of hogs.
V. Allyn , Plum Creek , had In live loads of
cattle trom ( Jibbon.
CJeotge Varnes , Missouri V'alloy , was In
looking over thu market.
J , K. Raker , a heavy feeder from ( iibbon ,
was at the yards on business.
T. J. Wilber , Greenwood , Neb. , was In and
sold a load of 301-lb steers at 55.20.
Frank Dewey has returned from a trip Into
the northwestern part of the state.
James Irvine , Dannobrog , came In with a
load of hogs nud four loads of cattle.
John Qulnn , Wood itlver. came In with a
load of hogs which sold on the market.
C. H. Reynolds , of Friend , was at the
yards and marketed two loads of hogs.
Askwlg & Co. , Oakland , heavy shippers ,
marketed a load of 852- 1 b hogs at 85.15.
John Lewis , Eacle , Neb. , came In with two
loads of hoes which sold on the market.
C. A. Simmons , Marengo , was In with two
loads of stockers which sold on thu market.
J. T. Smith , Ravenna , Neb. , was here with
live loads of cattle which sold on the market.
Nelson Purlnton , with M. JSurke & Sous ,
leaves to-night tor Greenfield , la. , to vlsrthls
mother.
A. 1) . Kenvon , Dannebrog , Neb. , was In
with a load of hogs , on his way to iowa on a
business trip ,
ii. Spelts marketed two loads of hogs
shipped from Oftavla. One load of 350-lb
hogs brought 85.20 , tin top price.
Mr. Foley was In to-day , after an extensive
trip over the Chicago. St. Paul , Minneapolis
it Omaha , and reports corn looking hnely
aud everything prosperous.
E. D. Branch , the enterurislnc cashier of
the Stock Yard bank , has Issued a folder , sui
ting forth the advantages of his bank aud the
Importance of the Omaha live stock market
"Speaking of railroad rates , " said a stock
man , "the Sioux City & Pacllio asks 827 to
haul a car of hogs from Sloan , la. , to Omaha ,
and only 856 trom Sloan to Chicago. Sloan
Is 500 miles from Chlcaco and only seventy
miles trom Omaha , liesldes that they make
very poor connections to Omaha , loadlnc
there at 0 p. m. and not arriving here until
late the next day. The shlpuers In that sec
tion of Iowa prefer to come hero if the rail
road would make the rates any where near
equitable. "
Among those having stock on the market
were the following : J. Phllpot , Weeping
Water ; C. C. Smith. Mllford ; A. Koehler &
Co. , Geneva : C. L. Champion , Hastings ; K.
Aldritt. Friend ; Taylor ifc H. . Rroken How ;
Tittis&T. . Lltchiiold ; Slater jfe F. , Wayne ;
. ) . O. Smith , Ulnlr : Dover & ( , ' . , Newman's '
Orove ; James Blair , Lin wood ; Reynolds P.
& Co. , Exeter ; T. Wllburn. Greenwood : Kelley -
ley A 0. , Exeter : A. Mandlebaum. IJlue HIM ;
W. R. Sapo & Co. , Wllcox ; U. E. Palmerton ,
Holdreee.
The following had stock on the market : C.
li. Jones , Hastings : W. E. Smith & L. ,
Mason , H. Guild it Co. , Ayr ; Tooitood Ifros. ,
J. Jluck , Crete : Sutton.'a ;
Toohlll , O'Nell : A. M. Spooner Ac Co. ,
Hooper : Nve W. M. Co. , Wisncr ; Georco
Doctel , Millard : Dell Across , Carsou : W. U.
Holllster. Wood River ; L S. Powell. St. Lib
erty : A. 1) , Sears , Clarks ; L. Mellinger , Elm
Creek ; Hipp & L. , Humphrey ; J. A. Kehoe
Plntto Center : W. H. lieagle , Loup City ;
Hale & Way. Ord ; J. Degnan , Maryville ; H.
( illmoro & Son , David City ; S. A. Myers.
Benedict ; J. Koch , Sutton.
OMAHA IVilOhrcBALE MARKETS.
General 1'rntluoe.
Thursday. July 28.
fhe Jollmclnq arc the prices nt whMi
round lota of produce arc sold in l/is / ! mur-
Ket ,
Enns The receipts continue light and thn
market Is tirm at 11 u.
BUTTKII The receipts are lighter than
they have b en for sometime. Cholcit butter
Is extremely scarce and is bringing high
rices. The best dairy butter is selling a
? ( ( j)16o per pound , fair to good , UOlSo ; In
ferlor , 7 ( < tlOo.
' full cream Cheddars
ingle. lOc ; full cream twins. lOUo ; Young
Americas , Ho ; brick cheese , 100 ibi , iu cage
low.ll''c ; Llmburcer. 100 Ibs , In case , now ,
le ; Swiss , fancy Ohio , nfcw. IPc.
I'oui.TitT There Is n very fair demand for
peed stock. O'd ' fowls sell well. If choice , at
I3.25Q3.50. Largo sprinii chickens sell at
2/10M3.00. Then ) aru a few ducks coming
n which sell at S2.73yl3.00 , accoidlngto sue.
I'leoons , [email protected]
GAMI : There Is very llttlo doing In this
Ine ; weather Is too hot just nt present
Snines , per tlozon. 75c ( ! S1.00 ; plover , 75c ©
81.00 ; prairie chicken ! " , S2.50M3.00.
PoTATor.s Uood homo grown stock Is In
tberal supply and scllJDg for the most part
at 50c. i
UKIIIUES There were a few home grown
blackbenics In which fold at 54.00 per 21-qu.
case.
case.TOMATOKS Stocks wore moving to-day at
75c per > j { bu box.
LK.MONS There are some very fancy largo
Malorl lemons on the market which are sell-
ug nt 59.00. Choice Messlnn lemons are
moving at [email protected]
UANANA * Choice urccn bunches are
Inn at 83.OOrtM.00.
MIM.ONS Watermelons have been very
scarce this season and prices have ruled
irm. To-day several cars weru received all
at once anil consequently there was a big
: ut In prices. The melons were received
from Missouri and aru very fair stock but
not large. They weru put on the market to
day at S23.no per hundred. Muskmclnns are
( jimted at 52.00 per dozen for fair block.
GIIAI'KS There wore a f w grapes on the
market trom Southern Texas. They sold at
S1.25pcrl01b box.
PiiAriins There nro not many peaches
coming In and they sell Immediately on ar
rival. Delaware peaches have put in nil ap
pearance on thu market. There have been a
tew In trom Missouri which sold at S1.25 per
X-bu bo\ . Early Crawford * have arrived
from California and sold quickly at 32.00 per
box , 01 51.75 In round lols.
Pi.U.MS There was n fair supply of Call-
foinla plums on to-day's market. There
were three varieties , the HraiUhaw , Purple
Dunlin and Washington , They sold at S1.75
@ 2.00 per box.
PIIAIIS California pears are plenty and of
very uwd quality foi this season. Choice
Hat tints were Hilling at SH.OO pur box and
the common varieties at [email protected]
Grocer's List.
CoFFr.r ; Ordinary grades , 10xa20Jfc ( ; ; I'alr ,
2b60c . : ; ; Arburkle'p , roasted. 23'i ; .uu-
Langhlln'sXXXX , 2JJ4'c : Diiwoitli's , 25c ;
Red Cross , 25/e.
CANNKD ( Joots Oysters , standard , per
case. fc2.W ( < t3.10 ; stiawbeines , 2 Ib. per case ,
S2.40Cif2.45 ; raspberiics , 2 Ib. per cacu 82.40 ®
2.45 ; California pears , per case [email protected] : ;
ricots , case , 83.50 ( 3.00 ; peaclie.s , case. S4.0i ) ( ( $
5.00 ; white cherries , per case , 85.50 ; plums , per
case.SS O M.SOjblueberrles.percase.Sl.Soieifg
plums , 2lD. per case , S2.50 ; pineapples , 2 Ib.
per rase , [email protected] ; 1 Ib. mackerel , per do/ ,
Sl. . " > 5 ; 1 Ib. salmon , per do/ , S1.55(51.GO ( ; 2 Ib.
gooseberries , t > er case , S2.00 : 2 Ib. strliv :
beans , per case , 81.70 ; 2 Ib. lima beans , per
ease , 81.00 ; 2 Ib. marrowfat peas , per case ,
([email protected] Ib. early Juno peas , per case ,
S2.75 ; 3 ID. tomatoes , [email protected] ; a .
corn , 82.50.
PnovistoNs Hams , 12 < 712 } c : breakfast
bacon. [email protected] } < c , bacon sides. I2j l2tfc :
dry salt. bOiStfc ; shouldets , 7c ; dried beef
hams , 130lie ; dried beet , tegular , % :
hams , picnic , 8) ) ( gOc.
WooonNWAUK Two-hoop palls , per do ,
81.45 ; it-hoop palls. S1.G5 ; No. 1 tub. S0.50 ;
No. 2 tub , S.i.50 ; No. 3 tub. 81.50 ; washboards -
boards , 81.75 ; assorted bowls , S2.21) ; No. 1
ehurus , 80 ; No. 2 churns , 88 ; No. 3 churns ,
87.
87.STAHCII Mirror Gloss , 5 c ; Graves Corn ,
jjc : Oswego Gloss , 7c ; Oswego Corn , 7c.
HltooM.s-Kxtra 4 tie , § 3.00 ; No. 1,82.23 ;
No. 2. 82.00 : heavy stable , S4.00.
SYBUP No. 70 , 4-gallon kegs. [email protected] : ;
New Orleans , per gallon : [email protected] ; maple
syrup , half bbls , "old tlmn , " per gallon , 70c ;
1-gallon cans , per doz , 810.00 ; halt gallon
cans , per do$5.50 ; quaitcans , S3.UO.
CANIIV Allxed , [email protected] ; .stick. [email protected]
CitACKnns Garncau's soda , butter and
picnic , \ ytccteams \ , "Ji'c ; giiiKcr snaps,7 } c ;
city soda , 7J c.
PICKIU.S Medium , In bbls , 87.00 ; do In
half obis , S4 00 ; small , In bbls. S8 00 ; do , In
halt bbls , 81.50 : gherkins , iu bbls , S9.00 ; do ,
in half bbls , 85.00.
buoAit GranulatedG.V GXc ; conf. AG < ( $
; white extra C , 5 fa3 fe ; extra C.
; yellow [email protected] ; cut loaf ,
powdercd _ , [email protected] < c.
pitted cherries , [email protected] : poaches ,
now.I4's , 7' ' c ; evaporated , peeled peaches ,
' new currants ,
ron , 85c ; ral-
_ - „ , . . . . California , loose
muscatels , 81.03 ; new Vnleucias , 7Mc
RKFIXF.D LAUD Tierces , 7e : 40-lb square
cans , 7c ; 50-lb round , c ; 20-lb round , 7/c ;
10-lbpalis , 7)ic ; 5-lb palls , 7c ; 3-lb palls ,
7c.
7c.ToiiAcro Lorillard's Climax , 37c ; Splcn-
dIt ] , 880 ; Mechanic's Delight , 40c ; Leggett &
Meyer's Star , 37c : Cornerstone , 37c ; Drum-
inoud's Horse Shoo , 37c ; T. J. . 3lc ; Sorg's
Spearhead , 37c.
TKAB Japan , per Ib , 20S50c ( : ctinpowder.
25G < : wc : Young llvson , 30a50c ( ; Congou , 05 ®
70c : Oolonif , 30u ( .ic.
General markets.
SriniTS Cologne spirits , lt > s proof , Sl.lOj
do 101 proof , S1.12 ; spirits , second quality.
101 proof , 81.10 ; do 18s proof , S1.09. Alcohol.
IbS proof. 82.10 per wine gallon. Redlhtiiled
whiskies , $1.00csl.50. ( ( Jill blended. 51.50 ®
2.00 ; Kentucky bourbons , [email protected] ; Ken
tucky and Pennsylvania ryes , [email protected] ;
Golden Sheaf bourbon nnd rye whiskies ,
[email protected] Urandles , Imported , [email protected] > 0 ;
domestic. 81.30M3.00. Gins , Imported. 5r4.50ii (
G.OO ; dome.stlc , { 51.25(3:1.00. ( : Champagnes , im-
jiortcd , tier case , [email protected] ; ; American , per
case. 810.00 ( 10.00.
HIDCH Gteeu butchers' , 5K(20c ( ; green
cured , 7Kc ; dry lltnt , llJil2c ( ; dry salt. [email protected]
lOc ; green calf sktns , 7 > ic ; tlamaged hides ,
two-thirds urlce. Tallow 3c. Gieaso Prime
white , 3c ; yellow , 2c ; brown , lic. Sheep
pelts , [email protected]
HKAVY HAKIIWAKU Iron , late , 52.70 ;
plow steel , special cast , 4S'c ; crucible steel
GXc ; cast tools , do , 12 < M15c ; waon spokes ,
pur set , [email protected] ; hubs , per set , § 1.23 ; fel-
lees , sawed dry , SI.GO ; tongues , each. i-Oc ;
axles , each , 7 ; > c ; ( square nuts , pcrlb , [email protected] ;
coil chain , per Ib , n > @ 13c ; malleable. 8K > c ;
iron wedges , Oc ; crowbars , Go ; hairow teeth ,
4Vc ; fipntiK steel , 4a5c ( ; Burden's horse
shoes , 84.75 ; Hurden's mule shoes , 55.75.
Harocd wire * in car lots , 84.00 per 100 Ibs.
Iron nails , rates , 10 to 50 82.00 ; steel nails ,
82.75.
Dry
DIMENSIONS AND TIMUI'.ltS.
12 ft'U ' ft 10 ttt \ 20 ft' ' ? ' ft'zi ' ft
4x 17.50 17.50 17.60 | 1S.50 l .50,02.5022.riO , ;
2x2 17.50 17.50I7.TO.18.M IB 60 22.50 22.50
2x8 17.70H7.fiO 17.50 18.50 19.ftO,22.50 , 22.50
2x10 17.60 17.50 17.60 18.60 l . &ri 22.50,22.50 ,
. , , . .
,
inWiio uuiiu.vuuuu < H uu.i.tiu |
13.50 lH.50)l ) . .riOl | .50,20 6023.02AOO |
ItOAllDS.
Xo. 1 , com , R 1 a (10.05
No. 2. com , H Is 17.50
No. 4 , uom , His 13.50
FFNCIXU.
No. 1,4 & 0 in , 12 14 ft. rouch Slf.OO
No. 2 , " " " " " " " 1B.OO
rr.IMNO ANI > PAItTITlOX.
1st com , Jf inVhlto I'inti Ccilinc SW.OO
Clear , * i in. Norway PlnoCeillng 10.00
S1I1INO.
A , 12,14 and 10 ft. . . , S22.00
H " " "
, 20.50
0. ' 15.00
U , " ' 13.00
STOCK nOAUDS.
A121nrhs. Is , S4rt.OO
No. 1 , com. 12 in s. 1 a , 12 & 14 20.00
" " " " 1(1 ( ft 19.00
No.2 ' " " 12&24U 1H.OO
" " " ' 10ft 17.00
FINISHING.
1st nnd 2 < 1 , clear , IInih , s. 2 s S50.00
3d , clear , 1 Inch , s. 2s. , S45 : i , 1 ,2 in 47.00
B select , 1 inch , s.2 s. , "O ; 1 > IX , 2 In 87.00
White cedar , C In. , > < g. , i2Kc ; 9 In. rjra. , lie
C. . MAYNE. C. H. TAYLOR.
TAYLOR & MAYNE ,
I
CFire , Lightning and TornadoJ
N. W. Cor. 1Mb and Harnuy Sts. , Uuiahu , Neb.
Telophonu021.
M. R. R1SDON
INSURANCE x AGENT ,
Merchants' National Hank Rulldlng , Hoora 1
Un-StHlrs.
Telephone No. U75 , Oinalia , Xubraaka.
RtrllKSKNTt
Pbosnli. ' London. Kn lnnd..1. . . . $5,723 74,18
blremen'i. NowHrlc , N. . J loMbM.3J
Glcn'e rails. Olon'g Falls , N. Y Im,2tt.o4
Olr rd. Phllftdclpnla. Pti 4. . . . 1 83,508.78
1T itcb iter Mew York N. Y . . .
THE
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
OF TUB
Chicago , Milwaukee &SI Paul Rj
The Best Route from Onnifnt anil
Council Blu/l'n to' .
THE E.A.ST
Two Trains Daily Between Omaha and
Council ntulls
Chicago , ANn Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , Ccdarkapids
Rock Island , Fret-port , RockforJ ,
Clinton , Dubuque , Ua\cnport ,
Elgin , Madison , Janesvillc ,
Ueloit , Wlnona , La Crosse ,
And nil other Impnrtnnt points East , Nottlieast
„ , , Btid Southenit.
For throuKli tickets call on the ticket agent
nt Hot 1-rtrtium st in I'nxton hotel , or at Union
, 'aclflo ilcpot.
I'lillmnn Bloopers nnd the Illicit DlnliiK Con
n thu world Hie run on the nmln line of the
ChlcnRD , Milwaukee , V St. 1'aul linlltvay nnd ev >
ery ixtU'iitioii H | mUI to paisciiccrs by courte
ous pmplnI'la of thn couipitny.
U. Mii.t.Klt. DenciHl MuiiHRcr.
.1. r.TtlCKHii. AsjNtniitlluncriil Mnnntror.
A. V. It. CAlli'EHTKlt , General I'uesciigcr and
Ticket Agent.
OKO. P. llRAtFOitn , AssistantQouornll'asscn-
Ker and Ticket Atrcnt.
J. T. CuiiK.Uenunil Suporlutentlcnt.
"
CHICAGO *
The only rontl to take for DCS Molnns Mar-
Blmlltown , Ccdiir HniildF , Clinton , Di.Ttin. Chlon-
O , Mllwuukuo liiul all polntHOiiht. To tlio poo-
> lu ol NcbrnHkii , Colornilo , Wjoinlnt. , utnti ,
Idaho , Acvailn , OrovonVn3ldiiKton , niul Cnli-
lornlii , It oilers Buperior nilvnntiiKCS nut possi
ble by any other lino.
Among u tow o' tne numerous points of su-
[ uvrliirlty enjoyed hy tlio patrons of this road
.luiwcen Omnlui ntul Chlciigo.uro Its two trains
u day of DAY COAUIIUS , which nre tbo flnect
thnt liiiinun urt nnd liKr.'iiulty can create Its
1'AI.AChK SI.Kr.l'I.NO CAHS , which aiu luodols
of eomlort tinil clrftnuco. Its VAHI.OH DIIAW-
INO UOOM OAH8 , unsurpiwsud br liny , and Its
widely celebrated PALATIAL DINING OAUS.
the equal of which cannot bo found clscwhnro
At Council Illiiirstlie trains of tlio Union 1'iicillc
lly. connect In Pnlon Depot with tlioro of thu
ChlcaKO Ac Northwestern Hy. In Chlciiso tin-
truing of this line nniko clusu connection with
the ° oor all cnotern lines.
For Dotrolt. Columbus. Indianapolis. Cincin
nati , NiiiKurn fulls. Hull ulo , I'lttsbnrir. Toronto ,
Montreal , llostnn , Now York , I'hllodolphln ,
lliiltlmoio , Wurhlnpton nnd nil polnttf In thu
oust , u k for u ticket /In the
"NOllTIIWKSTim . "
If you wish thn best accommodation , All ticket
OKt'nta i-oll tickets \ la this line *
II. HUGHITT. K. I' . WILSON.
Ocnl. ( ! i-nl. 1'ass'r Asc
HI.
W. M HANCOCK. HI.L. . H. IIOLI.KS ,
Westoin Aitont , nty 1'ass'r Agent ,
Oinuha Nobrnskn.
THE RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
OMAHA.
Leave Arrive
Oinnliii. Omaha.
I'NION PACIFIC.
Depot 10th and 1'lorco eta.
1'ncino hxpicis 8:20 : p.m. . 7Vn. : m.
Denver Kiprrga 10.Via. in ! > : 'M p. in.
Local Kiprcss 5U5p. : m llUOu. : ui.
'Except Hundiiy.
II. & M. It. It. K.
Depot 10th nr.il Pacllio fits.
Mailuuil Diprces I0:0.'i : iu m. 5:30 : p. in.
Kxpri'BS Tir > i > . til. 10:00 : a. m.
c. B.&q. n. a
Depot lutn iui'1 1'ocitloets.
Mnllnnd Uxprees UOUp. : m , 0:20 : a. in.
Kxprpsg , H.lOu. in , 6:55 : p. m.
K C . St. .1. * C. .
Depot lOtli nnd PuclQu sts.
Mull 8:40 : a. m. 8:65 : p. m.
Kxptoss 6:50 : p. m. 7:0Jo. : in.
C , St. P.M. & 0.
Depot l&thund Wobstcrst
Rlonx City liipross . . 8:1 : ! ) n. in 4:45p. : m.
llancroft Uxprcss 4:45 : p. in , in : 10 11. m.
lllnlr raacciifor 5:35 : p. m 710p. ; m.
Uxcopt Suniluy.
MlSSOtntl PACIFIC.
Depot 15th nnd Wubbtor st
Day Kxiiross 11:10 : a. m , 0:25 : R. m
Nlirht Kxpross , 0:1 : ! ) p. m AiHp : : , in.
Lincoln r.xprcss 6:10 : p. in. . 11:10 : u. m.
DUMMY TRAINS.
llunnlnir llutwoon Council IllnCTs and South
Omaha. In mlditlon to the stutlons mentioned ,
trains stop at Twentieth nnd Twenty-fourth
etreutB , and at the Summit in Omauu.
\\Vntwaril.
Itrond- Transfer Omalin. SUccl'ys. Htock
way. Yards ,
6:15 : fl:27 : (1:35 ( :
6:47 : 7:05 : 7:17 : 9:25 :
7:47 : 8:05 : HI7 : 8:1 15
C:47 : .1:35 U:17 : 7:25 :
tl:47 : 10:05 : 10:17 lflJ5
10:47 : 11:05 : 11.17 11:25 :
11:47 1205 ; 12:17 : 12:25 :
12:47 : - 1:17 : 1 :2Ti :
i ; < 7 2:17 : 2 ' 25
2:47 : H.O.- , : i)7 : :2n :
: i:47 : 4:1)5 : ) 4:17 4:25
4-.7 . ' > : I5 6:22 :
6.V. ; 6:15 : fi:22 :
0i7 : ; 7:00 : 7:11 : 7:18 :
7:112 : 10:00 : 10:12 : 10:20 :
IMlti
11:20 : 11:32 : 11:40 :
11:45 :
KnHtwnrtl.
vSrd" Shccl' ( Jumbo. Transfer U U'
way.
RI6 : 0:24 : 6i& : :
6.r,0 ; , B5S ; 7:15 : 7:23 : 7:3.ri :
7:50 : 7:58. : 8:1.- : ! 828 ; 8:35
8r : > 0 8:58 : 9:15 : tt:28 :
U:50 : U:5S : 10 ; 15 10:28 :
10:31 : 10i8 : 11:00 : llii : 11:20 :
11:50 : lliSS 12:15 : 12.2S i2-.a-
2:50 : 12:58 : 1:15 : lW : ! 1:35 :
lM : ) 1:6S : 2:15 2:28 : 2:35 :
2:5J : 3:15 : 3.28 335 ;
4:15 : 4:28 : 4ir : : ,
6:16 : 6:2S : 6:3.1 :
6:40 : 5:47 : G:05 : U:1R :
0:40 : 0:47 : 7:00 : 7:13 :
7:2J : 7:33 : tI6 : 8:2 : < f t : 5
10PO : 10IR : 10:20 :
10:30 : 10:38 : 11:20 : 11:32 : 11:40 :
11:45 : 11:6:1 : : 12:05 :
COUNUll *
nFMIWD.JIEID. .
Carpenter and Builder ,
FJNECABINKT WORK A SPECIALTY
Tulcphono 6 0.
300 South HlXtcuntli Street.
OMAHA JOBBERS' ' DIRECTORY
Agricultural Implements.
\Ybolc lo Dralir In
Agricultural Implements , Wnpons ,
> Jrl se5 and llugtlr * . , tonc < Hreut , between
and 1 0th , Omaha ,
L1N1XQER C ffETVALr CO. ,
Agricultural Itniilcmcnts ,
Vagonn.Carrlagon. nueele * . lllc.Vholei le , Omha. .
y , OII EN DO It f-.O ATARTIX
WHolcialoDcalordn
Acrrlculhiral ImplcinriHs ,
and Ituimlei. POl.Mt.Wi and W , Jones et
Artists' Material.
A. 1TOSPE , , TR. ,
Artists' Siatcrials , Pianos nud Organs ,
1513 DonRlai Street. Omr.ha.
Builders' Hardware and Scales.
Hulldors'Hardware&Scalo Kepalr Shop
Mechanlca' Tools and Iluffalo Scalo. KM Duuglai at ,
Dmatia , Nub.
Books and Stationery ,
A. T. KKNYOX.C CO. ,
\Vlui oinle and Uo all
HooksclleiN and Statlonrrs ,
, ' . :2 DoiiKiH8t..Onmlin : , Noti. Telephone 601.
C rrp | ) onili'iion " .ollcitoil.
Boors and Shoes.
W. V. MORSE cC CO.
Jobbers of lioots nnd Shoes.
1411 Farmmit. , Omaha. N b. Mauutaclorj , Snmmot
nrret. lloetou.
/ . T. LISDSEI .t ) CO. ,
Wholesale Kuhbrr Honls and Shoos
Itulincf nnd Ollcil riothitii ; ami t'ult HootH ntul
iocs. llll llHninv Slioct
Beer *
STORX C ILER ,
'L < er Ueor Drewcrs ,
1 1 North I'th Ptrcet. Omaha , Neb.
Butchers' Tools.
LOUIS HELLER ,
Butchers' Tools and Supplies ,
ausiigo Catlnxi of all kind ! alwayjlli atoca. 1J15
Jonetmt..Omaha
Coffee , Spices. Etc.
CLARKE BROS. c CO. ,
Omaha Corrco nnd Splco Mills.
iSpleen. Ilaklng Powder. FlJTorlnuBx-
tracts , Ijiundry lllue Ink , Btc. U14-16 Uarne/
ritrvat , Onmht , Neb ,
Cornicf. .
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
John Eponcter , Prop.
Manufacturer of Onlranlted Iron and Cornice. 913
and IU aud lot N , 10th it , . Omaba , Neb.
RUEMPJNG cC BOLTE ,
Manufacturer ! of
Ornamental Galvanized Cornices ,
Dormer Wludowa , Finals.HctsllcSkyllghletc. 3108.
12t'i it. , Omaha.
WESTERN CORNICE WORKS ,
C. Specht , 1'rop.
OnlTanlrid Iron CornlcM , etc. Bpret'ilmproTcd Pat-
mt Mctallc Skylight. MH and 510 H mil l.liuaha.
Carpets.
OaiAIIA CARlET CO. ,
Jobt > M of
Carpets , Curtains , Oil Cloths. Rues ,
I.liiolmims. MnttliiKB , Rte. 1511 Don lai itreet.
Crockery and Notions.
W. L. WRIGHT ,
Agent for haMaiiufuclnrirnand Importers of
Crockery , Glassware ,
Lnmpn , ChlEunuB , etc. Office , il * Buuth 13th et
Omaha , Nub.
CLOTH INK
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M. ELGU1TEIVS
Mnnunoth ClothingIIouso. .
Corner hum.m Hnil Toiitli BtrcotB ( Minim. Neb.
Commission and Storage.
J ) . A. HURLEY ,
Commission and Jobbing- .
Batttr , Kteinnd Traduce. Conilgnmsnts snllcltod.
UeHdquurtcra for titoneware , Aerry Ilorpa und
arti | Bttkelt. llll DodtetlrcetOm h .
RIDDELL * C RID DELL ,
Storage Rnd Commission Merchants ,
Fpcelaltles Butter , EKK , Choeno , roiltry , tltnio.
. etc. , etc. 112 S. lull fat.
PEYCKE BROS. ,
Commission Merchants.
Fruit * . Prodnco and ITorlilont. Oninho. Neb.
" " WIEDEM3N & CO7 '
Produce Commission llercliunts ,
Poultry , HiUter , ( Innm , hiulu , tc. 230 B. Whit
Onmhn. N'eb ,
Coal ana" Lime.
UIO. t. l./.I.AOU. I'rCB. C. F. OOODMAN , V. Piel.
J. A. Ht'NIiIKI.iND , Sec. and Trans.
OMAHA CO A I , , COKE < V LIME
COMPANY ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal.
i goiub Yhlrtetmlb Street , Omaha , Nob.
, T. J. JOHNSON , fCO. . ,
Maniifucturni-s of Illinois White Lime.
And Shlppurs of Coal nnd Cokn. C mont , Planter.
Uinii , lialr. Mr DrK-k. Imtn , Tile anil Hawur Pipe.
Oftlr , I'uxton not * ! . ITarnum yt. , Omaha , Nub.
Telephone Rll.
Cigart and Tobacco.
MAX MEYER dJ CO. ,
Jobbera of Cigars , Tobacco ,
Qnna and Ammunition , Jl' > to 123 8. lllb it. , 10W to
1UM farnamKt..OmihaNeb.
WEST C FRITSCHER ,
Manufacturers of Fine Cigars ,
And Wholesale Dealer ) In Leaf Tobaeeoi , Noi. 106
andllON. Mtb atreeuOmaba.
Dry Goods.
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M. E.'SMjflf'iC CO ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods & Notions
nil 1104 DuuKliin , ror. llth St. , Omaha , Keb.
Distillers.
DlttlTiera nt I.lquon , Alcobol and f plrlu. Importers
and Jobberso ( Wlneaantl Liquors.
WILLO W SPRINGS BISTILLE'Jl
CO. and ILER C CO. ,
Importer ! and Jobbcrrof Ktne Wince aud I.lqnnre.
Hole manufacturers uf Kvunedr's Bail India IIIt-
tern and numeric Liquors. 1(12 ( llnrnej ft.
furniture.
DEWEY < C STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture.
rimmni ft. . Omaha. Neb.
CHARLES SHI VEIt ICK ,
Furniture , liedding , Upholstery ,
Ulrron , etc. MM , 1108 and 1210 Farnam pt. , Oruuha.
Groceriei ,
'PAXTOX\ , \ AlXAG UER , C CO. ,
Wholesale- Groceries and Provisions ,
N ( TXi,7D7 ( , "W and 711 . 10th SI , Omaha , Neb.
McVORD , B.UADY ,1) ) CO. ,
AVholcsalo Grocers ,
ltn and I.carenwortU stOmaha.
Hardware.
Jobbers of Hardware and N'nlls ,
nware , Hhi > et Iron , Rte. Agent * for Ilnoe fccal
and tllarai I'uwdsrto. . Omaha , Nvli ,
W. J. BROATCII ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Bprloga , \Yacnn Mnck Hardware Lumber , clc. 1UB
Ind 1211 lUrnr/ . . Omaha.
EDNEY < e GIBBON ,
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
VTaironnnd CarrUce Wrwxl .Stoclt. IIc rr Hardware ,
Ktc. KIT and \W \ I.envrnworth it. , Utualul , Neb ,
MILTON ROGEHS cC SON'S ,
Stoves , Runtrcs , Furnacen , Tiles ,
Mtntltl , Orates , Urkiidoodi. lai knd jya Faroui
bluet.
OMAHA JOBBERS1 DIRECTORY
Iron Works ,
jVrouabt unit Cut Iron HultJInit'orV , Iron Stntn ,
ItnlmiK , llennia nJ ( ; lncr ) . Sironi Knulm'v Drum
Vror * , < linorM ffonmlry , Machine ami Illttckoiiiuti
\Tott. Office n.l > Totfc . . I * . llr.amlltth Htn-t.
H. K.SAH'YK/t ,
MIUHI fact nrliii * Dealer In SniokoStneksr ,
llrltctilnjj , Tnnln urn ! Opno-nl llolh-r ltei > iilriii * ,
_ 1,11 > l > oil o utroet.Oinnlm.
* ' . It. MOMANUS. & SULLIVAN.
OMAIIA irmn icntox
Ire nml Iron Hallliicrs , Desk Halts ,
WliiJow ( luardi. Kloner 8 ( m1Vlro Sl m. Hta
123N. ItUb. Onlcri hjr mitll promptly Mtomt'-c ] to.
Lumber.
OMAITA TiUMllER CO. ,
Dealer. . All Klmlsnf
Bniltllnir Matorlut nt Wholesale
lath Street nnd Union 1'nctnc TntO. Om h * .
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LOUIS ItltAUFOltD ,
Dealer iu Lnmtior. Lath , Limp , Snsli ,
Uoon , Bt . Y nU-Cornor7th ncl Douxlmi Cornet
Vth anil tkiudim ,
VJflVAGO LUMltlUt CO. , "
Wholesale Lumber ,
114 B. Utli fired , Ornnlm , Ncli. t. Colputicr , Manager.
Lunibnr.
irthandCnllforola ! "tr et. , Omnh , Neb.
JHEI > W. Gil AY ,
Lnm bcr , Lime , Cetnout , Ktc. , Kto.
Cor.ttb and uom Ut iti. , Oumha. Na > .
JIOAGLAXJ ) ,
Lumber.
T. IK HARVEY LUMBER CO. ,
To Denlcrs Otiiy.
Otllce , U031'arnam atrcrt.Onmlm.
CHAS. 21. LEE ,
Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood CorpoU and I'm n net Flouring. 9tli nnd I > ong1kf
Omaha.
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc.
Imported and Amcrlran Portland Cement. Ptat *
Astnt forMllwnukcc HjJmuHo Cctneutuud licit
( JulncyVhltol.lmu. .
Lire Stock.
STOCK. YARDS CO. ,
Of Omaha.
LlmlMd. John F. Dojd , S'jporlntendCDt ,
Lift Stock Commission.
Mc.COY JtltOS. ,
Llvo Stock CommlsHion Merchants.
Market rurnlnhod ( rou on npiillcatlnn. titoc ern mid
( ccdera furnlnliml on ttouil ternm llBferencei/ /
Uinnlui Nutlnniil Hunk mill Month Omaha Niitloniil.
Union Stock Y r. ! , Smith Oumhn
JIT. itmtKK , soys ,
Live Stock Commission.
_ Geo. llurkp , Mananor
PnlonBloek Yardn.s. Om-iha. Telephone MJ.
SAVAGE C GltEEy
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
shipment ! of ntiv and all kluila of Stock tollcltod.
1'ulon Stock Yanln. Omaha , Neb.
Millinery and fictions.
I. OltERFELDElt , C CO. ,
Importore and Jobbera of
Milliuury and Notiong ,
1213 and 12151 larnoj St. eel , Omnha , Neb.
Motions.
C'O. ,
\Vholeralo Pcnlcrd In
Notions and Furnishing1 Goods ,
40.1 nd 405 B. Tenth St. , Omaha.
Overalls.
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING
COMPANY ,
'Manufacturers of Overalls ,
Jenna I' nt , Shlrtj , Ktc. 110 ? and 1104 Dougltin Street.
Omaha , Neb.
PAPER
CAItPEXTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Pajier Dealers.
Carrr n nlco utook of Prlntlnit , Wnijplnn nnd Writ-
Inir paper. Hiiotlnl attention Klvcn to cur load of
orden. whcli will ho hlp.od | . direct from nillla. All
rdcr will re.relve prnonal attention. We xiiar-
nntee § oo. | coodi and low prices. UI4 nnd 1111(1 (
Printing.
REES PRINTING COMPANY
Job Printers , Plank Hook Makers.
And Uaok Illndrrs. lOrt and 10B Ruutb Fourtconttl
itreot. Omaha , Neb.
WESTERNNEWSPA PER UNIOJi
Auxiliary Publishers.
Dealers l Type. Proi 3 anil Printers'buppllos. (09
HdiHh TwBlfth Htrot't.
BROWNELL ll CO. ,
Manufacturer ! ! nnd Iirnlor * In
, Hollers General Mnehlnory
Bhoct Iron work , Stonin I'uiupt. Saw Mills , Ao-n
Shaftlnir , Oodre Wood split Pullari , Btltlnoj ( to ,
AlBowagoni , icrapori.auds aletlet. UU-Uli lit .
Tcnwortnut. Ouiuhn
CHURCHILL PUMP CO. ,
AVholosale Punijis , Pipe , Fittings ,
Stonmand Wnter Suppllm. llrailiinnitpra fir Malt
Fr tVi'B fjoyl . llllVarnnm nt. , Omaha. Neb.
U. S. WIND ENGINE iul PUMP
COMPANY.
Oalladar Wind mint nteam and Water SuppllOi ,
riuuiblngdocdt. HeltlnK , Uoir. Mtt nnd VJO tar *
uam it. , Omaha. H. R. Peltnn , Mauunur.
Teleiihnna No. 210.
A. L. STRA NG CO. ,
Pumps , Pipes and Engines.
Bteun , Watur , Railway and Milling Supplier. Kto ,
Ml , trr and tr.4 harnant at. , Oumhn , Neb.
Rubber Goods.
O lit An A RUBBKR CO ,
Manufacturer nnd Ileafir * In nil kind i of
Knldier ( Jooils ,
Oil ClMthlnu niul I piitliiT lli'Hliii. lull 1'iirrinm ft.
Safes , Etc.
P. BOYElt tKf'O. ,
Apents for Hull's Safe ft Lock Co.s'
riro and Iliiiglar Proof Rnfni. Tims Ixick' , Venlt *
and Jill Work. Htl ) Hnrniim ntrcet Omaha , NaB.
G. ANDRE EN ,
Omaha Safe Works.
Manufactiirertof Fire and llurulnr Proof Safes , Vault
Door' , \Vork.MHitirrii and > VlrVnrk. . Cor.
Htliuna Juckn'n KtK. Oniuliu , Niib ,
Sash , Doors , Etc.
CO. ,
Wholcinle Manufarturem of
Sash , DOOI-H , JtlinilH and Moulding ,
llianch ofhru.Ulu and litrJ ntc.UuhsNV.
BO UN MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers , of Sasft , Doors , Blinds ,
Monld'jiiri.Hiilr ' Work and Intrrlnr Hard Wood Klnlih
Juil Uiunuil. | N.K.I or Blh nnd tuven rottubti.
OniuUit , Ncl > .
TIIB CAPITOL IIOTBL
Lincoln , Neb.
Tim Infct known niul most poptiliir hotel In
t IKI Mat o. Location will nil , iipioiiilini | < nti Uihl
rlnfiii. lk'Miliiuirli'i | for coiniiicrcial men anil
all pulltltiO and pnliho Kutht'ilntr *
K. I * . ItOOdKN Proprietor.
School , County and City
\ Vnfrlll pay lilvnoHt pncu For fiiino. ,
lowest rnlei. ( 'orrot > | iondunc s&llcllo.l '
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LINCOLN , NJUJ. ' . '

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