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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FKIDAY , AUGUST 5. 1887 ,
TflE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
Another Day of Great Activity in Corn at
Chicago.
PRICES SUDDENLY SLUMP OFF.
A Btrongcr Feeling at the Close-
Wheat Weak anil Lower , With
Only a Moderate filial-
ncas Transacted.
CHICAGO I' MAHKET.
CHICAGO , August . [ Special Telczram
to the UKK.I IhlK was another day ut grout
ipcctilatlvo activity In corn. The market
opened lc olT for September and Ic on" lor
October and May. A world of long corn
came out on stop orders aud values slumped
on * & @Jic ; May dropped further and faster
than any other delivery. Within live min
utes ot the opening September corn was
down to Wife , October to 40 c and May to
4Iic. From yesterday's last ( inotatlons there
was recorded a break of IJfe on Septumbur
and May , and IJtfc on October. Corn sold
cheaper the llrst live mtniites of thu session
than It could bo had for at any
other time during the day. 'Ihe
city was vlslt''d by a llttlo
thowcr this morning , and the half
matured belief took possession ot the crowd
that It was raining cvurywliur. Ono of the
llrst bits of news toarrlvo wns that two and
livc-olKhtlis Inches had fallun In Leaven-
worth und that It was ruining In other local
ities In Kansas and Nebraska nnd western
Missouri , but to-day wore away without tid
ings of general storms. Occasional cloud
bursts and local showers weru the best that
could bo heard of and It was voted that this
sort of thing wasn't giving tlio relief pr.tK'd
tor. The change In the temper of the spoon
latlvo crowd was sudden , stud the ellect waste
to bo seen In the subsequent gradual and
Bti-ady Improvement In the values. Thuro
were shaip fluctuations in prices , of course ,
but thu general course ol values was in tlio
direction of n higher range. The best prices
were obtainable just befoto the close ,
when September was quoted at lOJfc and
May at 45 'c. The last quotation
were 4UJfc for September , ll'fc for October ,
and 4rc tor May. The volume of trade to-day
was probably greater than any tiny stnco
speculation cot Into this cereal. Tlio esti
mated receipts to-morrow are -vl ! > cars.
Wheat rnlt-d weak and lower , with only
moderate speculative buslnespassing. . The
market oKiied | % @Kc off , and crept still
lower during thu urst half hour of the trad
ing. September settled from f9Vc to rate ;
October.from 71j cto7U cf < 270J canrt Ueceu-
bcr , fiom 74Jfc to 7ic. Ttie market hung
heavily around thn bottom throughout tlio
greater part of the session , but rallied along
toward the close and left elf about whereIt
started in. The news most talked over was
the termlnitlon of the Cal fornla corner , or
rather , the compromise between the lonss
and shorts , by which both sides are lot out of
an awkward predicament , without ruinous
losses or the precipitation of a panic. 1'ubllc
cables quote the foreign markets us dull and
anil easy. Private advices represent Liver
pool and London to bo badly demoralised
over the San Francisco affair and the prospect
of a big lot of California wheat being un
loaded upon lirltlsh buyers. September
wheat ranged at CWnO'ji.jc mm closed ut fii'J ' < c.
October rungcd 70 ? @ 7UJ c low nnd 72Vc ;
high , closing at71c. Deccmoer ranged 74
@ 74Jifc , closing at the outside.
There was only moderate activity In the
market for oats and prices wore Irregular
find unsettled , closing at K"N' ( < c higher for
September and October delivery and easier
for May. At thu opening buyers held elf and
the tecllng was vury weak , but at a frac
tional decline a better dcm.iiid prevailed and
thu recovery was about as rapid as the do-
cllnu had been.
In thu uiovislon trade a quiet state of af
fairs existed. In futures , as well as tn cash ,
property trading loaned to tlio slow orders.
< and the dixy's business was both light and
leatnrelcM. Thu product , however , was well
supported , nnd for .short ribs for near deliv
ery prices weni advanced 2J ( Jt7ijC. L-ird
was 2c easier for August and Sci > -
tomber nnd unchanged for October.
For September lard sold at f 1.07 } ( < 40.70 and
closed at 0.70. September short ribs ranged
at [email protected] niitl rested at S8.07K.
August short libs averaged uo and October
2 > @ 5c under Septunibur. Lard for August
was quoted lOc under and for October 7KjlUe ( ;
higher than September. Next winters de
liveries were Iras active and for pork lOc
lower. The year pork closed at S1-.15. Jan
uary pork SU CO , Janutry lard at S6.SO , and
January short ribs at SO.00.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
CHICAOO. Aiuust 4. i Special Telegram to
the BEK.J OATTLK So far us heavy anil
fancy com fed were conciyned there was
llttlo or no chance as compared with the past
day or two. Late yesterday three or four
lots of 1,500 and 1,000 ib steers sold at S4.75 ,
and Xeigler , the IMttsburg buyer , this morn
ing paid 11.7.1 for a similar lot. lint
$4.2.'X3l.50 ' Is about the range for pnmo
Btcurs , while good and useful stock , such as
dressed beef dealers want , was selling at
S3.GOi'i.S5l ( anil grassy steers , no matter ,
hardly , their wulghts , sold within the wtdo
range of S2-r > [email protected]'I.f > 0. Large numbers of these
heavy grassuis como from the droughty
parts of the country and In turn are bought
by feeders In more favored localities. Thu
Blocker and feeder trade remains unchanged.
Native butchers' stock , especially old cows
and ttiln bulls , aru soiling for the lowest llg-
urrs remembered. At least 0,000 Texans
wore on the market to-day nnd yesterday ,
yet such as were stiltnblu sold
ns well as for any time the past ten
days. Shipping steers , 1350 to 1500
Ida , $4.00(34.75 ( : I'iOO to UttO lus , 8.0054.'X ) ) ;
C50 to 1UOO Ibs , ? [email protected] ; cows , bulls and
mUed , Sl.OOM'J.lK ) ! bulk , ll.75a.20 : Taxas
steers , 8a.40iaJ.40 ; cows , S1.75M2.45 ; bulls ,
S1.60C'$1.7A. Sales : 104 Wyomlne half-
breeds , HKnibtf , S'J.75 ; 240 Wyomllig-Texans ,
1018 Ibs , JJ.75.
lions Trade was slow , prices uneven and
n good lOc lower than yesterday , some sorts
soiling IV ; lower. Thu top prices for the best
heavy were $ : , [email protected] : > MX. against Sfi.W < 3 , ' > . .V )
yeHterdar. yut thn great bulk of mixed sold
at [email protected] : ) for best and $ .rj.l5u.VJO ) for com
mon. Ught sorts , uo matter whether 100 or
11)0 ) Ib averages , bold uniformly at 5,25.
F1NANUIAU
Niw : Yonic , AuKiist 4. [ Special Telegram
to the llKK.I SIOCKS. The timely action
of Secrctiuy Knlrchlld In olterlnt ; to paySi-
OOU.OOO In Interest on governtnont bonds at a
rubatn of S tier cunt showed that the Kovvrn-
iiiont's policy u as to do ovurythlng In Its
power to relieve any stronsency In the
money market. .Many hohlois may not avail
themsotvus of the otTer , and the treasury may
be compelled to pay Interest in advance with
out the ox-per cent rebate. It all dopouds ,
bonovcr , upon the condition qt the bund
holder. The olTor had n bout-hclal effect on
the market anil induced the shorts to co\er
more freely , and the market opened linn and
higher , advances extending to 1 per cent ,
London was n largo buyer of Heading , St.
Pal and l.ako bhore. Could * ud Camtuack
\\ero also reported to have covered their llue.s
In aitvanco of their follo lnc. Uiirlns the
morning the market displayed more stablity
and It was said that all the weak holders , two
prominent railroad presidents , for whom the
hears have gained tor bovcnil weeks have
also liquidated and the market Is In n better
shape to advance. London was percent
to K per rent higher duapito an advance of 1
per cent to 3 per cent In the bank of England
discount rate. After niovlnc up l { to 1 point
from the opening thu market begin to show
Metis of top heaviness. Cammack and
other bears attacked the niarKot savacoly.
Thn New Ungland pxhlbltod the most
veakiiesa and broke two points. The rest of
the list followed by dropping X to l.'l points.
JliirlnK the last hour the market turned und
rallied sharply nnd closed pretty well toward
the top of. the day and rrcovciod Advances of
, H'c to We , Northwestern and Western
Union having the lead. Oregon Transcon
tinental eatneu 1 , Xew England .S' . St. I'aul
, < V. Heading K. Union 1'acitio H , cotton oils'
utekdy. The total sales wcra 346 , < XK shares
; 'alu t 341,033 shkrus yesterday.
UoYEitNMKNTS-Goyerntacut bonds were
dull but firm to strong ,
Yr.STKIlDAT'S QUOTATIONS.
U. S. 4's coil poll .127 Cr , Al vv I IT * . . . .I
U. S. 4M'scoup. . 100 do preferred..144
raclllcivsot'05.,1 % ! N. Y. 0 108
CanadaSoiith'n. . 6.T , O. H. AN , ti2J <
Central Pncillo. . art" O. T. 2fi
Chicago A Alton. 14i ! PnclllcMall 3-J } {
do preferred..175 P. , I ) . AK - "
0. , H. AO IRM : < Pullninnral.Car.145
D. , L. A W l ! % ltuadlnK 64V
1) . AK.G STU'llock ' Island . . . .12Ctf
Erie 0 , St. U&8. F. . . . S63 {
do preferred. . . . C5do * ' preferred. . . , 73j
UllnolsCpntral..llKl 0. , M. & St. P. . . 81
I. , II. < t W 1HM do preferred.\Wi
AT. . . . . . . . . . 20 J , SL P. A 0 ) f
Lake Shore do iircferred.,110 J <
L. AN Texas Paclllc. . .
Michigan Cetit'l. . Union I'Hclhc. . .
Mo. Pacific \V..St IAP. . .
No. 1'aclllo , , , MII preferred.
do preferred. . . . 5'J.U \V. U.
MONKV On call easy at 4flt,0 per cent. ;
last loan 5 per vent. ; closed otTcrcd at U per
cent
I'KIMK MERCANTILE PAI'EII 5 l-Cjt < 3 per
cent.
STKIU.IXO EXCHA.VOK Dull but steady at
84.8l f for sixty day bills and 4.b3 } { for de
mand.
PIIODIJCK MARKETS.
Chlcoco. Augtut 4. Following
tlons are the 2to : : closing Hgures :
Flour Steady nnd unchanged.
Wheat Dull and weak , lower all around ,
cash. tWc ; September , fi'Jl < c ; October , 71/e.
Corn Active and inisettle'l , with prices
lower uarlv , but later lecovitred most of de
cline ; cash , 40c ; September , 40c ; October ,
/ * %
Oats Declined * 4Vc for September and
October , but later became stiong. ste.ulv re-
nctlini setting In , near futures closing about
'jVc higher ; cash , 25o ; September , 2y c ;
May , afijfe.
llye bteady nt l.ni < [email protected]
H.uley Strong at uy/o tor September ,
i'lline. Timothy beeu S2. l'Jg2. ( ' . .
Flax Seed Sl.OO.
Wlilskv Sl.iu.
Pork Demand light , easier and 10tf15c
lower ; cash , S15.00 ; year $12.151 * ! 12.20 ; Jtinu-
arv , sr..i'M1/ .
Lard Kasler , ruling 2J ( < iJ > c lower , closing
ste.idy ; rash 80.r > 7kCn < i.W. Si-plumber , SO.U7 > 4
Q0.70 ; October , ifi.7J-j : } < riO.K ) .
llnlk Meats-Shoulders. [email protected] ; shott
clear , Sh.iOTJS.ri : ( : ! ; shoit ribs , 8b.uO.
Butter StuiuU nndlirm ; creamery , UOJ
Sf.JJc ; dalrjir < < V'2. ' > c.
Chcuso ( julet ; lull cream Cheddars O1 , . _
U ! c ; Hats , H5/i ! ) < ' c ; Young Ameiicas , UKtifi
lUc ; skims 6 < < ffi'K.
Kggs-Dnll at 11Q12C.
Hides ID modi-utu demand ; heavy grcon
alted ; 7 c ; light do , 7"ia ( : salted bull
Ides , tx ; , green salted calf , [email protected]'Jcdrv ' ; ( lint ,
2ii lic ! ; drv ealf , 13i51Hc ; deacons ! ! 0c each.
Tallow Kasy ; No. 1 cotinliy , yfc ) ; No. 2 ,
3c ; cakes , 4c.
Kocelnts. Shipments.
'lour , bbls 14,000 15,000
VIlOAt , bit 55.000 251.UOO
; orn. bu 127.000 21 .000
OaH. bu 105,000 111,000
lye , bu 4,000
Jarley , bu 9,000
New York. August 4. Wheat Receipts ,
28,0 JO ; exports , 109,800 ; spot lots dc-
llnod about } < c , leading to a moderate du-
TOO ot activity In a good part for export ;
iptlons opened heavy nnd ) [email protected] < c lower ,
nbseiiuently ruled stronger and closed linn ;
ungraded rod , 7lUC ( 4SO > c ; No. : t red , 75 ! n ;
\o. 2 red , 78' ' ( a)7S ) fc In ulevator , 7 * i'@t0c !
lellvered , ? [email protected]'J ' > c f. o. b. ; September closed
Corn Kecolpt * : , fjO.OOO ; exports , 5,000 ; soot
ots about Ic and options Jf ( < 51 ' &o lower , clos-
nir linn with borne reaction ; ungraded. 47
Jl7Jic ; No. 'J , 47c In clovator , 47 dJ47aC de <
ivcrcd ; September closing at 47J c.
Oats , ' 4 ( < tJ a lo\vur and heavy ; receipts.
b4ooo ; exports , IbO ; mixed western , 1"
white western , ! i7 < 341c.
Petroleum Steady ; United , 57/c. !
KgC ! > Firm ; fair demand ; western , 12(3 ( !
5c.
5c.Pork
Pork- Firm and fairly active.
Lard Firm ; western steam , spot SC.'[email protected]
Huttcr Firm nnd request fair ; western ,
2 ® Jc. ; western creamery , ibW-Mo.
Ctieesu Stronje-r ; und in better demand ;
western , [email protected]
MtiuiouiiullH , August 4. Wheat Mar
tut quiet with veiy little olleroil ; No. 1 Iiatil ,
cash , 71'ic ' ; ; September , 72c ; No. 1 noith-
ern , cash , * 0 > c : September , 71c ; No. 3
northern , cash , os ; c ; September , C'.te. On
met : No. 1 hnrd , 7.ie ; No. 1 northern , 72c
No. 2 northern , 70c.
Flour Market i-tilet ; patents , | [email protected] ;
jakcrs , 8J.0t.t ; ! > 0.
Recelpts-'Whertt , 82,500.
Shlpments-Wlieat , 18,000 bu ; Hour , 19,000
bbla.
Cincinnati , August 4. Wheat Weaker
No. 2 red , 71 } ( 72c.
Corn Firm at27c : No. 3 mixed , 42Jfi ( 44c
Oats Kasler at 2Tc ; No. a mixed , 20) )
itye-Dnll ; No. 2 , 4fc. !
I'ork Quiet nt 815.00.
Lard Strong at SO.H7J { .
Whisky Steady at 81.05.
Milwaukee. August 4 Wheat Unset
lied and lower ; September , CO c ; October
Corn Dull and Me lower ; No. 3 , 39c.
Oats Dull : No. a white , aajfp.
Hyo Inactive and nominal ; No. L 4c.
Uarloy Easier : Septemhor , COJ c bid.
Piovlsious Weak ; pork , August , S14. ; > 0.
St. IjoulH , August 4. Wheat Higher
cash. OSc ; September 70 > ic.
Corn Strong ; cash , 30o : September , 30'tfc
Oats Steady cash , 23 > $ c ; September ,
Pork-Quiet at 815.50.
Lard Firm at 0.45.
Whisky SI. W.
Butter Stronc and higher ; creamery , 25 ®
28c ; dairy , [email protected]
Kanwas City , August 4. Wheat Qttle
and nominal.
Corn Weaker ; No. 2. cash , 34'/cbld ' ,
ular , : i."iVc bid ; August , : tt c ; beptember ,
35c asked.
Oats Xo. 2 cash.iic bid ; August , 23c bid
23Jic asked.
Now Orlenno , August 4. Corn Firm ;
mixed , 49c : yellow , 50c ; white , 55e ,
Oats-Dull and lower at
Corn Me.U-Steady at J. :
HoProductsDull : pork , 815.75 ; lard ,
0.02W.
Hulk Meats Shoulders , 85.80 ; lone crlea
aud clear rib , 88.12X-
Live STOCK.
Ohlo Ko , August 4. The Drovers' Jour
nal reports as follows :
Cattle Receipts , 13.000 ; strong for good ,
others lower ; shipping steers , $3.05C 9
4.75 ; stockera and feeders , 31.50cf3.10 ; cows ,
bulls und mixed , [email protected] ; 'lexas cattle ,
[email protected]
Hogs Uecolpts , 14,000 ; slow , good lenlents
lower , others 15c lower ; rouirli and mixed ,
S4.70C < f5.20 ; packing anil shipping , S5.10G4
5.40 ; light , 84.70r.30 ; skips , SS.OO(4.bO. ( !
Sheep Receipts , 4,000 ; steady , for good
common lower ; natl\es , S2.50di4.lO ; western ,
S.oXii53.X : ( ! ) ; Toxitus , 2.50 3.00 ; Jambs , 84.00
fii5.00 :
Nation : * I Stock Yardx. Knit St.
Louts , 111. , Augtiut 4. Cattle Receipts ,
000 ; shipments , 5,100 ; the market was
Mteady ; fair to choice heavv native steers ,
81.00 1.42 ; butchers' sti-eig. 3.40C.V ! ; feed
ers. fair to rood , JS.X\i3.75 ( ; stockers , fair to
good , [email protected]
Ilous KecelptP , 4,000 ; shipments. 2.WX1 ;
the market was active but lower ;
choice heavy butohors' selections , $ j.3'J < 35.40 :
packers and Yorkers , medium to choice ,
S5000i5.25 ; pigs , common to good , 81.503
5.00.
KnnKniiCUy , Atuust 4. Cattle Receipts ,
1,700 ; shipments , oHiclal yestenlay , 2.SOO ;
best steady ; others weak and lower ; coo it to
choice corn fed IS POiU.75 ( ; common to me
dium , 83.20 t.55 : stookers. sacoyC'.W ; feed
ing steers , 1 50 3.00 ; cows , 81.40(3350. (
IJogs Rrx olpts and shipments , olllclal for
yeatoulay , 4,400 ; choice opened strong , nlos-
inc weak and 5&0i ! > lower ; good to choice ,
85.15d'i ( 20 ; common to medium , 8t.90Q5.lO ;
skips , $3.25(34.85. (
OMAHA MVK HTOCK.
_ Tbursdar , AUK 4.
Onttlc.
The receipts of cattle were heavier than
yesterday. Aside from u few loads of butcher
stock there was nothing but range cattle In.
One bunch of 170 head of dressed betif steers
was received consigned direct to G. H. Hammond
mend A Co. A ftirt cows were sold , but
there was no demand for the range rattle and
they were re blppcd. Values reiaaluua itbont
steady. _
Hog * .
The receipts ot bogs were hardly up to
jesterday. A tew loads at the opening were
sold at about yesterday' * closing prices , hut
the market weakened Tory rapidly , 'Ilia
market closed fully ,10c lower than yester
day's close. There vras a demand tor all the
hogs ID at the price ? , but five loads were held
ever. The decline Is felt most se\orcly upon
light and light mixed and rough bogs. Hood
heuvy hogt Held up better and were In better
demand ,
There were a few sold.
ItocclpU.
v/attic. * vuo
Uog3 . . . 3,300
ProvntlliiK i'rloes.
Showing the prevailing prices paid for llvo
stock on this market :
Choice steers. 1300 to 1500 Ibs. . . . 83.90 4. 00
Choice steers. 1100 to ISOJ Ibs. . . a WLW
Fat llttlo steers 000 to 1050 Ibs. . . . 3.00 , < 3.75
Corn-fed range steers 1300 to 1400 ii.OQdj&s'i
Good to choleo corn-fed cows. . . . 2.750H.OO
Common to medium cows . awKSa.W
Hood to cholco bulls . l.7.Vit2.2.'i
'Highland mediumboira . 4.b50t4.tio
Good to choice heavy hens . 5.0" > ( g5. 15
Good to choice mixed hogs . 4.0X35.05
Itcprescntutivo Hales.
NATIVE STEHItS.
o. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
30. . . .1007 83.45 10..13U3 83.85 '
TWO YUAll OI.I ) STHK11S.
s'o. Av , Pr.
0..1178 SIL'JO
COWS.
{ o. Av. Pr. Xo. Av. Pr.
1..10.0 82.110 10. . . .1100 $2.45
2. . . . IrTj 2.'ir 5..11M 2.41
1 . . .1 JO 2.45 1..12DO 3.00
VKAL CALVES.
S'o. AV. Pr.
C. . . . 210 $5.25
11 U 1.1.8.
S'o. Av. I'r.
. . .lobO S2.00
siir.EP.
STo. Av. Pr.
20. . . . 10 52.87 }
nons.
S'o. Av. Shk. Pr. No. AT. Sbtf. Pr
80..15S N ) ? 4.fi5 . . . .BW 1 0 85 05
70..1H5 4'JO WI..26.I 100 5.0'i
5X..IbJ 80 4.HO 07. . . . 227 fi.in
b0..2i : ] 240 I.K ( ) f.2..24t . ; 40 5.05
75 . . .211 120 4.0" 5V. . . 2.51) ) 40 S.O'i
71 . . .ffil bO 4..r ( > ril..2 8 40 5.0"i
f,0..2U : IfX ) 4'J-i 70. . . . 228 121) ) 5.0'i
71 . . .an 120 4..n fin..2os 40 5.o"i
Oil . . .214 200 5.00 50. . . . 285 bO 5.tt (
HI . . .22-i 'MO 5.00 til. . . 242 200 5.05
40 . . .220 lliO 5.00 6'.l..2.t7 120 5.05
75 . . .207 5.00 07. . . . a.V ) 120 5.0 ?
711. . . . 207 bO 5.UO W. . .257 5.10
72 . . .2JI10 5.110 tiy..23'J 40 5.10
04 . . .2IYJ 240 5.00 00..2T > S3 5.10
: M..2'J5 120 5.00 150 . . . ' .01 W ) 5.10
. . . .211 40 5.00 O1..2'i ! ) bO 5.10
Ori..2.n 200 5.00 ft . . . .2t : 5.10
71. . . . 230 120 5.00 57. . . . 25" 120 5.10
72. . . . ' "J7 120 5.00 04..2.U 240 5.10
7.V..23U bO 5.W 44. . . . 800 120 5.10
CH..244 2UJ 5.0' > CO. . . . 207 40 5.10
411. . . . WJ 120 5.0'j 02 . . .2..7 5.10
72. . . . 2-10 120 5.05 73. . . . 820 40 5.10
4. . . .312 40 5.05 04 . . .270 bO 5.10
00 . . .2JO 40 5.05 5b..294 5.15
54. . . . 281 2 1 5.05 60. . . . 273 120 5.15
5' ) . . .240 ICO 505 OS. . . . 205 80 5.15
03. . . .271 100 5.05 04. . . .321 40 5.20
Iilvo Stock Sold.
Showlngthu number ot head of stock sold
on the market to-day :
C'ATTI.K.
J. U. Hammond A Co. , ( "hipped diiect ) 175
Local . 30
Shippers . 2
Total . 210
nonq.
iVnglo American PauklngCo . 2480
' ! . 11. llaininond A Co . 35S
iVrmoiirACo. . 1008
Total . 3,840
Insold . . . . . „ . . 325
_ _ _
BIllpllKilltH.
Showing the amount of stock shipped over
the dllferent roads to-day.
CATTI.K.
24 . R. 1 . Chicago
2 . C. . H. A Q . Chicago
All silo * of stock in tuts nnrkot are inailo
per cwt live woUbt unless othurwlso state , ! .
bead hogs sell at c per Ib. for all weight *
"Skins , " or ho < s wuUlilni : loss than too ibs.
no value. Pregnant sows are dockoi 40 los.
and stagsSO Ihs. by tltoniibllo Inspector.
Sum mer Packing.
Showing the number of hogs packed at the
leading points from March 1 to July 30 , lbS7 :
Smce March 1 ,
18U7. 18-6.
Chicago . 1.29-.OCO 1,700,000
KansAsCity . O'.r,48t ; 000,0x1
Omaha , Neb . 304,434 27,000
Milwaukee. . 125.000 14J.OOO.
Indlanauolis . 112,000 0 ,000
St. I.Ollls . 230,000 2.10,000
Cincinnati . 88,500 b..ooo
CeaarKipids . 118,110 140,148
Cleveland . 01,450 127,840
Keokttk. Iowa . 49av , ) 3lbOO
Ottumwn , Iowa . 37,1(23 ( 08,021
St. Joseph , Mo . 25,000 20,000
Other western points . 227,850 102,005
liivc Stock Note * ,
Ho sgo still lower.
S. 11. Klwood , O'Neill , was In looking over
the market.
C. W. Xelglor , Columbus , was In looking
over the > ards.
P. Dnnbier , Shelby , was hero and mar
keted one load of hogs.
H. C. Smith , Wllcox. was In with a load of
bogs tor 11. E. Palmerton.
Carl Hciiingson , Dannolbrog , came In with
a load of hogs which sold on the market.
D. E. Slevois , Cedar Creek , came In with
two loads of cattle which sold on thn market ,
-alalla Land and Cattle lompanv had In
twenty-tour loads ot Texas bteeis troin the
ransu.
W. It. Howcn , Omaha , sold twelve head of
verv line shorthorn two year olds to Harris
iV Fisher.
T. J. Taylor , Shelton , accompanied by
George Moisuer as body giurcl , w.is In with
two loads of hogs.
Gcorgo F. Dodco , of the firm of Dodge
Hrothers , Wood River , was in and marketed
two loads ot hogs.
Jim Fra/ior , Sliver City , and W. G. Oaks ,
cashier of be Silver City b.xuk , were among
the \isltors at the yards.
Cowboy hats and spurs are becoming quite
tno rngu at the yards sineo the arrival of Mr.
Chandler with n tr.iln of ponies.
J. II. Johnson , Hl.ilr , was in to-day with
two loads. Ono load of :3l-lb : hogs topped
the mardet at 3r > .20. The other load avorjged
242 and brought 35.05.
E. M , Richardson , who has been at the
Union Stock Yards , Chicago , for the last
fourteen years , and for ten years of that time
associated with ono linn , has opened a com
mission house here. Mr. J. A. Braliurd , a
lareo feeder nnd shipper from Dtinlap , Iowa ,
will bo associated with him ,
John Wiggins , secretary of the Iilvo Stock
Shippers' Association , has Issued a notice to
stockmen that the by laws of the Nebraska
Lho Stock Shlppurb' Association wcro
amended at their last meeting so as to admit
any regularly located shipper of six months'
actual business no matter In what state lo
cated. Shippers are Invited to como to the
next meeting to bo held at Exchange hotel ,
South Omaha , Neb. , Wednesday , August 10 ,
18b7 , at 2 p. in.
Among those having stock on the market
\\ero the following : C. H. i'.irmuleo A : Co. ,
Cedar Creek ; M. E. Miv. OberllnV. ; . W.
Kearney ; M. Klllner. Madison : Davoyit llar-
iy , Jackson ; Scolleld itl . Walnut ; Gardner ,
A. it Co. . Croighton ; John Dem , A.M.
Spooner < Sc Co. , Hooper ; 11. H , Dorsov ,
Swedeburg ; Steufer it II. . Dodge ; DovoyA
( I. , Newmans Grove ; F. Willet , Albion ; W.
H. Barrett , Ilarlan.
The following bad stock on the market
Wilkinson A G. , Avoca ; J. Hastle , Elm
wood ; Jainrs Cummin.s , Talmaee ; Sect A ,
K. , Brock ; A. J. Minor , Nelson ; A. . Mandlo- . . .
baum , Ulne Hill ; James Danloy , AshlHiul
G. L > . Smith , Ulysses ; Morrison it W. , York
ew.ttt' i . , Htihboll ; J. J. Harms , Firth
James Sandeis , Reynolds ; W. N. Richard
son , Red Cloud ; C. L. Champion , Hastings
John Wiggins , Genoa : C. Hermlnger. Danuo-
borg : W. Lowrie , Platte Center : J. 11. John
OMAHA WUOLHSALE 3IARKRTS
Thursday , Aug. 4.
J'rotlnoc.
/Tie following arc the prlcci at which
round lots of produce are sold In Uils mar-
hct.
hct.Bans
Bans The btdk ol the good stock Is metIng -
Ing at lie. The receipts are not heavy ant
the demand Is fair.
UUTTKK Tlietels noeood butter coming
In and the market is tirin. There Is an ac
tive demand for strictly choice butter and an
occasional choice package goes tl < Xjil7c.
The best dairy butler U selling at '
14 < aiGe per pound , fi\lr to eood , HQUk : ; In
ferior , i-C lOc.
CIIKESE Fancy full cream Cheddars.
single. lOc ; full cream twins. lOVc ; Young
AmcrlCAS , lie ; brick cheese , 100 Ibj , In case ,
now , 1-c ; Llmbtircer. uo Ibs , in case , new ,
lie ; Swiss , fancy Ohio , new. lOc.
POULTIIT The receipts of spring chickens
are very liberal. Good stock is golne at 82.60
per doz. , and It requires very choice largo
ones to brine more than that. Old fowls are
selling readily at 82.75 < 3uo. ; There a fnw
ducks coming In which are selling at 82.00 ®
2.'iO.
2.'iO.POTATOES. . The receipts ore not heavy
and the market Is firm. Stocks arc moving
at 55j ( $ < JOc.
ONIONS. The market Is fairly well sup
plied with irond stock. ThtS.prlco for good
stocK Is 83.00 per bbl.
HKAXS. There are a few ve-y good Cali
fornia beans on the market which aie helil
at 81.00 per bushel. Hand picked navy beans
arc quoted at 81.75 per bushel and the other
grades aie selling from that figure down to
v
GAME. There lsnopamo | coming in , the
weather being too warm to handle It.
CAIUIAOK. Large choice heads are worth
Xit75c ) per do7eii.
liRiiKiEH A few are coming In but the re
ceipts are light and barely equal to the city
einnud. The stock fur the most part Is nnt
tillable for shipment. Blackberries. $2.75
per lG-ot , case ; bluebenlcs , 35.00 per stand.
TOMATOES Home-grown stock is becom-
nir plenty and was sold at very low prices
o-day. In some Instances as Iowas50cn
nishel. Good stock that would bear ship
ping Is worth Sl.OO a bushel.
PI.I'.MS Good California plums are mov-
n. at 1.50 per box.
Pitt'NES There are somn very line largo
prunes on the market which are selling at
Sl.OO.
LEMONS T'tere are some very fancy largo
Malorl lemons on tlm market which nro sell-
ng at 80.00. There are a few Vemelll
emons on the nui ket which are selling at
87..W.
_
Orocer'H Iitnt.
Corrr.E Ordinary grades. 20J 21c : fair ,
20J ji22c : prime.22 < a ! ccholce,2.t : < < 4c : fancy
green and yellow , 2. ! ( > l2."ic : old govern meiit
l.i va. 23S'.Wc ( ; Intel lor , Ia\.t , 2lt'JOc ( ! : Mocha ,
> C < * 'Wc ; A rhiicklo's , roasted , 20'/c ; Mch.uigh-
Ill's XXXX , 20'4'c ' ; Dllworth's ' , 20c ; Red
Cross , 20'fc.
CANNIIII ( loon's Ojsters , standard , per
case , SMMCTOUO : strawlierrles. 2 Ib , per case.
S2.7 ( ) ( < ? 2.75 ; raspberries , 2 Ib , | ) er caso. S2.70 ( }
J.75 ; California pears , pet case , $4.4 < > M4.5U ;
apricots , tier c se , $ 'J.OUiM.TO ( ; peaches , per
case. S4.40ui4.50 ; white cherries , JUT case ,
85.00 plums , per case , } ? [email protected] : ! . < X ) : bltte-
jcrrlcs , per case , 82.00iW2.lO : egg plums , 2
b. per case , $2.50 ; pineapples , a Ib ,
[ icr case. $3.2Ua5.75 ( ; 1 Ib mackerel , per Aoi ,
jl.40 ; 1 Ib salmon , per do , $1.75 ; 12 b
gooseberries , per case , 82.60122.70 ; 2 Ib string
scans , per case , $1.70 : 2 Ib lima beans , per
case , Sl.OO ; 3 Ib marrowfat peas , per eitse ,
82.40(32.50 ( ; a Ib early June peas , per case ,
82.75 ; 3 Ib tomatoes , 52.45WJ50 ; 2 Ib com ,
82.50.
Hams , [email protected] c ; breakfast
bacon. ll $ (312c ( ; b.icou sides
diy salt , 8jiic ; shoulders , 7 > e : diied beef
liams , 12 ® ! < : dried beef regular , HHl-c ;
lianis.pimlc , hJ fiOc.
WOODKNWAKK Two-hoop palls , per do/ ,
1.45 ; K-hoop palls , 81.05 ; No. 1 tub. 60.50 ;
No. a tub. $5.50 ; No. 3 tub , $4.50 ; wash
boards , 81.75 : assorted bowls , S2.25 ; No. 1
chums , $0 ; No. 2 churns , $8 ; No. 3 churns ,
87.
SrAitcii Mirror Gloss. 55fc ; Graves Corn ,
T.IC ; Oswego Gloss , 7c : O.SWBKO Corn. 7c.
HKOOMSitra : 4-tle.S2.00 ; No. 1.S2.UO ; Xo.
. ' , 81.75 ; he.ivy stable , ! * 4
Svitri' No. 70 , 4-gallon kegs , [email protected] ;
New Orleans , pot gallon. : ! ( ( 40c ; iiinplo
syrup , halt bbls , "old time. " per gallon , 70c ;
1-gallon cans , per do$10.00 : hilt-callon :
cans , per do$5.50 ; quart cans. 83.00.
CANDY Mixed , 8 | ( < tllc ; stick , 8KflK < " .
CUACKKIIS Giirneuu's sodn , butter and
picnic , 4)ic ) : tieams , 7 > fc ; ginger snaps , 7Xc :
city soda , 7Xc.
PirKf.ES-Mcdlum. In bbls , 87.00 ; do In
hall bbls , $4.00 ; small , In bbls , 8\00 ; do In
halt hbls , 5 > 4.50 ; gherkins , In bbls , 80.00 ; do in
half bhls , 155.00.
Si'OAii Granulitcd,6KWKcconf.A,0'ha ; ' (
d4c ; white extra C. 5l5 ( ; < c ; extra C. 56 < 0
54"c ; yellow C. fi Oj-Vdi ! ; cut loaf , G tc ;
powdered , 7(3'7'c. ( (
DitiEi ) Fni i rs Apples , now , X's
evaporated , 50-lbring. I7'[email protected] ; raspberries ,
evaporated , [email protected] ; blackberries , uvapornted ,
O C'WXc ; plttoil cherries , 12 ® Kic ; peaches ,
new , li'K , i c : evaporated peeled peaches ,
e ; evaporated , unpired , o ; new currants ,
< % @ 7c ; prunes , 4KW4J/c ; citron , 25c : rai
sins , London lavers , Sl.iiS : California , loose
muscatels , $ l..riO ; new Valencias , 7 > c.
UiriNEi > LA iti ) Tierce , 7c ; 40-lb square
cans , 7c ; 50-Ib round. c ; 20-lb round ,
7Jfe ; 10-Ib calls , 7Hc ; 5-lb pails , 7Xc ; 3-Ib
palls , 7'JiC.
TOIIACTO Lorlllard's Climax , 44o ; Splen
did , 3Sc ; Mechanic's Delight , 41c : Leggett &
Meyer's Star , 41e ; Cornerstone , 34c ; Drum-
mond's Hnrse Shoe , 37c ; T. J. , 31c ; Sore's
Spearhead , 44c.
Tr.AH Japan , porlb , SOfS'iOc ; gunpowder ,
25 < iKiOc ; Yottn. Hyson. [email protected] ; Congou , [email protected]
70c ; Oolong , 30 65c.
General Market * .
SriniTS Cologne spirits , 188 proot , 81.10 ;
do 101 proof , 81.12 ; spirits , secoptt quality ,
101 proot , 81.10 ; do 18.s proof , $1.09. Alcohol.
18b proof. $2.10 per wine gallon. Redistilled
whiskies , fel.OOWl.50. Gin blended. 81.50Q
2.00 ; Kentucky bourbons , S2.tog ( ( < i.oo ; Ken
tucky and Ponnsjlvanla Ties , S2.UOO0.50 ;
Golden Sheaf bourbon and rye whiskies ,
[email protected] llrandles , imported , $5.fXtfas.'iO ;
domestic. S1.30M.1.00. Gins , Imported. [email protected] (
0.00 ; domestic , M.25&3.iX . Champitgnes , im
ported , per case , S2S.OO)3.00 ( ) ; American , per
case. S 10.00 10.00.
HIDP.H Green butchers' , 5X(30c ( ; green
cured , 7 c ; dry Hint , HQjl'-'e : dry salt , [email protected]
lOo ; greun calf skins , 7iie ; damaired hides ,
two-thirds prlco. Tallow 3c. Gicasi , Prime
white , : ! ; jellow , 2c ; brown , IKc. Sheei :
pelts , [email protected]
HKAVV HABDWAIU : Iron , rate , $2.70 ;
plow steel , special cast , 4 } > , e ; crucible steel
; cast tools , do , l2Ml.'ic ; waon spokes ,
er set , [email protected] ; hubs , per set , 81.2'j ; fel
oes , sawed dry , $1.00 ; tongues , each. bOc ;
axles , each , 7xs ; ; sqnaro nuts , pcrlb , [email protected] ;
eoil chain , per Ib , [email protected]'ic ; inalle.tble , 8 ( ) lc ( ) ;
Iron wedges , Cc ; crowbars , Oc ; harrow teeth ,
4' ' < c ; spring steel , 4K5c ; Hurdon's borso
shoes , 84.75 ; liiirden's mule shoos , 85.75 ,
Ilarbed wire' in car lots , 84.00 per 100 Ibs ,
Iron nails , rates , 10 to 50 2.60 ; steel nulls ,
$2.75. _
Dry Lumber.
DIMENSIONS AND TIMIIKIIS.
12 ftl4 | ft 18 ft Id ft30 | ft ft'21 ' fl
4zfl I7.5U17.M ) 17 6U 1'J.DO ' 20.00 20.60 22.50
j2 ' ' ' 17.50 17.BO'l7.60 ' 10.50120 00 . " - > .50I22.5C
siH.V..V. . . . . 17.70 l7.SOil7.VI W.60ail.00.22.50a.5C |
2x10 17.50 I'M 17.W w > 22.K
IF 00 18.00
is.50 1P.&I l LOi-ji ) : u
110A11DS.
No. 1 , com , s 1 s . 819.50
No. 2 , com , sis . 17.0
No. 4 , coin , sis . 13.5C
FKNf IXO.
No. , * In , 12 A 14 It , roueh . ? 19.5 (
No. 2 , . . ll
CKIMNO ASI ) I'AItTITION.
1st com , Jf in White 1'ino Celling . 8".4.0C
Clear , X in. Norway Pine Ceiling . 1G.OC
S1D1NU.
A , 12 , 14 and 16 ft . , . S22.0C
H , . . ? . 21.0C
C , " " " . . . . . . . . . . . 15.5C
D , " " " . 13.0C
No. 1 , com. 12 ins. is. , 12 * 14 . . . . 2
No. 2 " " " 12 & 14 H . 10.0C
" " " " 16ft . 17. "
1st and 2d , clear. I'Inch. . s. 2 s . S50.0C
3d , clear , l Incn.s. as. , 845 : l , Uf.a In 47.0C
H select , 1 inch , s.2 s.,8 : ; 1M , IK , 2 In 37.0C
POSTS.
White cedar , C In. , J < s. , 12 , 0 ; 0 In. qrs. , 11
C. E. MAYNE. C. H. TAYLOR
TAYLOR & MAYNE ,
A
( Tire , Lightning and Tornado. ;
N. W. Cor. 15th and Hartley SIR. , Omaha , Nub
Telephone - ! .
STECK PIANOS
Remarkable for powerful sympa
thetic tone , pliable action and ah-
. solute durability ; 30 years' record ,
the best guarantee of the excel
lence of these instruments
WOODBRIDGE BROS. ,
THE OHIO AGO AND
North-
NorthWestern
Sliort Xiine
The only roiul to tnko for Dos Maine * Mnr-
elmlltown , Cedar KuplilfClinton , Dlxoti , Chlcu-
ire , Mllwntlkco and nil points east. Tn the peo-
tile of Nclirngkn , Colornilo , Wyoming , titnh ,
IdKho , AovailH , UrcKon , Wnahltiirton , nnd Cnll-
fornln , It olTi'rssuprrlor niUantiiKCS nut po 8i-
bio tiy any other fine.
Among u fcwoflho numerous points of u-
nprlorlty enjoycil t > y the pHtionsof this road
litHwcen Oiimlui nnd C'Ucngo.nro ' III two trains
n day of DAY COACHES which nro the llnrst
llntt Ininianiirt nnd Ititrjnitlty cnn cronto. Its
I'AliAOl'.K SLKKI'ISO CAKS , which are models
of comfort niul ulcvanca. Its I'Altl.OU 1)IA\V- ) !
1N(1 ( UOOM OAKS , iin < iiriinggp t by nnr. ami Itg
w'duly ' volohrntpd I'AI.ATIAIj DININO CAHS ,
the 1'iiunl of Hhlcli cannot bo found cNowhoro
At Council UlullBthe tnilns of the Union I'neino
Ity. connect In t'nlon Depot with thee of the
Chlcneo .V NoithwpBtcrn Ity. In Chlciuo tlic
trnlnsofthls lire innko close connection with
the oot nil i > a tf > rn hues.
Tor Detroit , Cohiinbux , Iiullannpolls. Clncln-
null. Mnirarn KnlN , Iliillnlo , PlttsbnrirToronto ,
Montreal , lln tnn , New York , I'lillmlulplihi ,
llnltlniorcViishliiKton niul nli points In thu
cngt , itek for n ticket /In the
"NOKTIIVESTKHN. . "
_ f yon wl h the bet iiecomniodntlon , All ticket
luronts soil tickets \IB tills lino'
I. lluOIIITT , K I1 WILSON.
Oenl. Manager , ( luul. I'nss'rApent
Clilcutro , 111.
W. M IIA11COOK. U It. IIOLfiV.9 ,
Western AKent , Cltv I'a s'r Agent ,
OiMUlm Nobraskn.
Union TrustCo
30SS. 15lh SI. , Onuilia , Neb.
Capital , - $300 , 000
Made on Kent I > tatc.
Subool , County and Municipnl Bonds Ne
gotiated.
WM. A. PAXTOW , WM. O. M * wi
I'roPident. View Prog.
ItouT. L. GAiu.u'iH , F. II. JOHNSON ,
Beuiolur. ; . Treasurer.
D1UUTOHS :
WM. A. PAXTO.X , HBNHV T. CI.AIIKC ,
W. O. MAUL , I H. WIIJ.IAMS.
HOIIT. U OARI.ICIIP. . U. JOHNSON.
F. n. JOHNSON.
Union National Bank
OMAHA , NEB.
Paid Up Capital $100,000
Authorized Capital 600,000
\V. W. MARSH , PresiJent.
J. W. KODKFER , Cashier
Account * solicited and prompt attention
given to all business entrusted to its care.
Pay 5 per cent on time deposits.
No 20o Masonic IJuildinfj , cor.Capitol Av
enue and ICth sts.
Telephone No 842.
IwU L/Ulilli
Cor 13th and Douglas sts.
Capital Stock $160,000
Liability of Stockholders 30O.OOO
The only mrnlur snvinirs hunk in the stato.Five
pur cunt Interest paid on deposits.
Loans Made on Kual state.
OFTICKItS :
OuvC. nAitTON , President ; J. J. BHOWN. Vlo
1'rosldent : I > . M. UKNNF.TT , Manntrmr Di
rector : JonN E. WII.IIUH , Cashier.
THE BANK OF COMMERCE
0 1O North Jfith Street ,
Paid in Capital , - - - - $100,000
GEO. E. IJAUKKn , President.
KOBT. L. OAHLTPHS , Vlco-Preslilcnt
r. H JOHNSO.V.Cnalller.
DIltECTOUS :
n. JonN ov , ( ! ro. B. lUrtKnit ,
It OUT. L. OAHI.ICIIH , WM. HKivtita
F. II. JOHNSON.
A Kcncrnl banking business trnnsHctod.
Interest nllowod on Imo ilooo
U.S. DEPOSITORY.
Capital $6OO,000
Surplus 100,000
Herman Kountze , President.
John A. Creighton , Vice-President ,
F , H. Davis , Cashier ,
W. H. Meo-ciuieri Asst.-Cashier.
N. W. Harris & Co.
56 DEVONSHIRE ST. , BOSTON.
o'CountlrB.CIticn , Towns , Water ,
laity. Pn. " . bt.r.uut- CorroBiHJUclenco I'-1Co-'k iollcitc'
F.
Veterinary Surgeon
, 417 s. i uii STIIIIT : , '
OMAHA. NEHHASKA.
DR.F.J.BRICKER
. . . ,
OHice in Arling ton Block
Rooms 28 and 20.
OMAHA , - - - NEHHASKA.
Rectal and Gonito-UrinaryDi
seases a Specialty.
Hemorrhoids or I'llcg , cured In nil cnfie" , no
mnttorof how lonirctandlntr. ItuliInK I'llnt. FO
ciilliid. Fissure , hletula In Arm , CoriHtlputlon
Hectal ulccruuon and all Chninlo Uiscutf s of
the Itcotiirasiiccosstiilly treated by u painless
Frstcm of Ituctal .Medication iintl direct iipjillca
tlnn of remedies , without thu UPU of the Knife
I.lKUturc or CiiuttlcH. Nnilulny to liusini" > ili
orulnury cuees. Ulllco lioiiis 9j : ! u m. to 1'JIU m
! tn B und" toh p.m Itesklcnce , cor5th uni
Dekiuurfctrects ,
INSURANCE x AGENT ,
Merchants1 National Hunk IluilJInif , Uootnl
Uc-Stulrs.
Telephone No , 375. Omnha , Nebraska.
RErllKbENT !
Ptoenjx. London. England. , .
Flremen'i , Newark , NJ .
Olea'8 Fall ! , ( ilen's Vnlll , N. V . . .
Glrard , rhlladclpnlB. Pa. . , . . , , . . \put \ .l
Weitchnter New York t . Y . . .
JOBBERS' ' DIRECTORY
Agricultural Implements.
CHURCHILL PARKER ,
Wholt lo Petit r In
Agricultural Implements , Wnjjons ,
nJ lIuxRlo. Jonoi Mr ot , betno n th
ml Huh , Crush * , f < et' .
LININGER < e METCALF co. ,
Agricultural Implements ,
y EOin.C rrlime . llutiln , Kte.Yhol lf. Om..h * .
VARLIN , Oil EXDOR F . MARTIN
WhulcialeDenleriln
Agricultural Implements ,
r on nil fluiurtri. 901 , TO , W6 find 907 , Jonci it
Artist * ' Material.
A. JIOSPE , JR. ,
Artists' Materials , Pianos nnil Organ * ,
: MJ Ikiuglim Str t , Onuha.
Builders' Hardware and Scales.
TAYLOR ,
3Hililers'Hftrd\varp& SeaIo Repair Shop
4cchautc > ' Tools anil lluffalo SraUi. lllXi Douglas at ,
( imarm , Nfb. _ _ _ _
Books c.nd Stationery.
A. T. KENYON r CO. ,
Who cinlis nnil He all
Bookseller * ami Stalloners ,
tK t. . Umahn , Nrl > . 'Mi-phono 601.
( Mrir | wniloiien lollcitnl.
floors an if Shoes.
w. r. MOUSE c co.
Jobbers of Hoots ami Shoes.
1111 F tii m it , Omaha , N b. Manufactory , Biimmw
trevl , llutton.
X. T. IjIMibKl ! CO. ,
Wliolosr.lp Knliui-r Hoots and Sliooa
Itnbncr mid Ollc-d Clotluni : niul 1'i'lt Hoots niul
"horn. 1111 IlnriKH Strci-t.
Beer.
STORX P ILElt ,
Litter lck ! > r Browcrs ,
1M1 North I'lh Strerti Oinitm , Neb.
Butchsrt' Tools.
"LOUIS 'HELLER ,
Butchers' Tools and Supplier ,
CmlnKJ of all klndi nw ji la aloe * . 1118
Jonrsnt .oiuatia
Coffee , Spice * , Etc.
CLARKE BROS. .C CO. ,
Omaha Corruo and Spice Mills.
i.Ootlfsi.Splf" . Hiking Vowder. nuTorlni
tracti , Laundry Ulu . Ink. Kic. Hli-16 Ilarnaj
Blr l. Omaha. .Nab.
Cornier. .
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
John Eponcter , Prop.
Hannfaotnrar of Oaltanlted Iron and Comic * .
Dodf e and 100 and 106 N , lOln it. . Omaha , Ntb.
RUEMPING C BOLTE ,
Manufacturer * of
Ornamental Galvanized Cornices ,
Dormer Window * . Klnali.MclallrSkjrllRbt , lc. 310S.
llli > t .Omaha.
WESTERN CORNICE WORKS ,
C. Spc-cht , Prop.
Oalranlted Iron Cornlcpn , etc. Bwci'ilmprovpd Put ?
ent Mctnllc Skylight. WH and 610 S l.'lli l .llnmba.
Carpets.
OMAHA CARPET CO. ,
Jobber * of
Carpet's , Curtains , Oil Cloths , Rucra ,
Linoleum * , MntiliiK" . Etc. lill Douc'ai ' street.
Crockery and Notions.
W. L. WRIGHT ,
Agent for 'ho Manufacturer ! ) aixl Importer ! of
Crockery , Glassware ,
Lamps , Chlmueyi , etc. Office , ill Buuth lith at ,
Omiha , Nt b.
CLOTHING
M. ELG Ul TER'S
Mammoth Clothinir House.
Corner furrum and Tunth Hlreeia Oiunha. Nob.
Commission and Storage.
D. A > HURLEY ,
Commission and Jobbing.
Bntter , Remand 1'roduc * . Conilgnmeaia ollclt d ,
Ucadquurtera for tilnueware. llerry Bozt B iiud
Or a lie llatkcti. 1414 lioilfaitrect , Omaha.
R1I > J > ELL * RIDDELL ,
Storage and Commission MorclinnH
fj > ecl.iliie "utter. KKI . Chocio , Poultry. Uarac ,
Oyntcrs , etc. , etc. 112 8. tub fat.
FEYCKE BROS. ,
Commission Merchants.
Frnlta. Produce and PraYlilone * Omnrm , Nob.
Produce Conrmission llcichunts ,
Ponltrj , Uutur , Game , tiulu , etc. MO S. Kthit
Omaha. Nub ,
Coal an if Lime.
CJ 0. t. l.AHAUll , I'rci. C. r. OOO11HAN , V. I'tei.
J. A. HUNliEHI.AND , Hoc. and Treui.
OMAlLi. CO A I. , COKE LIME
COMPANY ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal ,
3W Suuth Thirteenth Street , Omaha , Nob.
, r. j. JOHNSON p co. ,
Manufacturers of Illinois White Limo.
And Shipper * of Coal and Cole , Cement , I'laittr ,
Urac , Ualr. Klru Urlck , Drnln , Tila and MHirnr I'lpa.
omru. IMiton lintel. Xnnmm t. , i > miha , .Nub.
Tplnpnnno Ml.
Cigars and Tobacco.
MAX MEYER < & CO ,
Jobbers of Cigars , Tobacco ,
Ouni Hud Ammunition , 215 to K3 b 11th it. , 1030 to
1U24 Farnatait .Oiniba.Neb.
WEST C fRITSClIER ,
Manufacturers of Fine Cigars ,
And Wholesale Dealtri In Leaf Tobacco * , Noi. 106
uuil 110 N. ' .Jth street , Omaha.
Dry Goods.
M. E. r7MlTlrV CO , ,
Dry Ooods , Furnifihingfioods & Notions
UlKandlllU Douitlai , cor. llth St. , nmnha , Neb.
Distillers.
Uisunersnfl.lqunri. Alcohol Htiil Spirit" . Iiuportcn
and Jubbcraof Wlnusuuu i.lnuor .
WILLO W SPRINGS DIHTILLE'f
CO. and ILElt C CO. ,
Importers nnd Jobbers of Kino Wines and I.lqur > r .
SolemanufnO'.urtrs of Kennpdr > East India lilt-
tern anil Domestic I Iquort. 1112 lUrrny ht.
furniture.
It EWE Y , f fiTOXE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture.
Fnrrmm it. . Oinalm. Nub.
CIIA RL US SIII f'ER ICK ,
Furniture , liedding , Upholstery ,
Mirrors , etc. 1200.1303 and 1211) Karrmm > t. , Onmhx
Groceries ,
I'AXTON , GALLAGHER { v CO. ,
Wholesale Groceries and 1'rovisiona ,
Noc. 701,707,7W and 711 S. 10th St , Omxha , Neb.
McCORl ) , It HAD Y tl CO. ,
Wholesale Grocern ,
Iftn and I.ciTonwortu ma , Omahu.
Hardware.
LEE , VRIETttV C'O.
Jobbers of Hardware und Nails ,
Tinware , "heel Iron. Etc AEi'nti for Hotro bcales
und Mlamt I'nnderio. Omnriaf cb
W. J. BROATCII ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
BprluoVugnn Hlock , Hardware Lumber , etc. 1301
lUruejr it Oruatia.
EDNEY c GIBBON ,
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
WnKOD and C rrl Be Wood Htofk. ITctrr llnrrtwtre ,
Ktc. l2lTndnlU l.c euworttM . ( > nnhi , , Neb.
HI I L'i'ON ROGERS C S
Stoves , Itaiiffcs , Furnaces , Tilen ,
. ilruaUoodi , Ull aud lltt
OMAHA JOBBERS' ' DIRECTOR
Iron Works ]
i/ " " v
TjA > 7pn'/Kiix\xr ?
Iron Works , '
Wronght and Cant Iron Building Work , Iron Plftlrft
ItullTiiK , llrnnis and ( llrders. Ctfam Knuliim , lirifj
\Tork , < li tioral foundrr , Machine and ll'irkiiultl '
% /ort. OBlceani Works , U.I' .
ll.K.SAH'YElt ,
Mnnn facturing Dealer in Smokestacks ,
DrltthliiRi , Tank * , and Urnotal Holler Koimlrlns.
1JIS I'tHluc ilri'-t.tmmlia.
_
F. II. MrMANlW. 0 SUU.IVAM.
OMAHA WIRE , C IROX WORKS ,
llanufncturrni of
Ire nnd Iron italllncrs , Desk Kails ,
Window ( Juardn. Flower ymmKTlro Slgnt , Rta
13JN. iMh. Order * liy mall promi'tlr attfnilodto.
Lumber.
OMAHA TIMBER CO. ,
Dealer . All Kinds of
Building Material at Wholesale
18th Street and Union Part Bo Track , Omaha ,
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
[ ) ei > . > , i in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Joora , Ktc. Vardi-Corner7th and Douglas ) Corner
_ _ Mhand Do
CHICAGO LUMBER CO. ,
Wholesale Lumber ,
114 P. ! < thstr et , Omaha , Nob. f. Colpctier.
Lumber.
18th and California Ptrcctn , Omaha , Nrb.
FRED W. GRAY ,
Ln m her , Lime , Cement , Etc. . Ktc.
Cor.Uh and Douglas sts . Omitua.Nox
HOAGLAXD ,
Lumber.
T. W. HARVEY LUMBER CO. ,
To Dealers Only.
Office , tlftl Karnam MreetCimnba.
CHI-IS. R. LEE ,
Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood Carpets aud 1'aruuct Kloorlng. Utli and Donglal
Uiunlm.
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Lnmlicr , Ktc.
[ ported and American rorllnml Oniont. Hint
Agtut forMllnaukeo llydrnulli' Couient and licit
( Julncy WhllcLlmr.
Lire Stock.
UX1ONSTOCK YARDS CO. ,
Or Omaha. -
Limited. John F. Boid , Buperlnterdant.
LII Stock Commission.
Mc.CO Y ItROS. ,
Live Stock Cninnilssloit Merchants.
M.irkot ( mnlfthed rrcn nn application. tMorVornand.
focders fimilsliol on KO < ! tornn Rnloroacet ,
Omalin Nntlunnl HmkHiiil houtti Omilbu .NiUlullll ,
Doluii Flock VnnlK , iMintli omiiliii
'
M. BURKE tf SONS ,
Live Stock Commission.
_ fl o. Iluiko , tlanagnr
tTnlon Slock Yards.H Omaha. Tolapliono Ml.
SAVAGE ,1 ; GREEX ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
Shipment * of nnr and nil klnili of Stock solicited ,
t'nlon Slock Vnnln. Omnha , M'b.
Millinery and hoiions.
I. OBERFELDER C CO. ,
Importam nnJ Jolliers of
Milliupi-y and Notions ,
1513 find 12lSIUrnCT Ft.cot , Oninlm , Neb.
Notions.
Wholcialc Denlcrt tn
Notions and Fnrnhhhiff Goods ,
< al and < U5 8 Tf nth pt , Omnha.
Overalls.
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING
COMPANY ,
Mauufactiirors of Overalls ,
J n IMnti , Shlrti , rtc. 1103 and 1101 lou
Omahn.
PAPER
CARVEXTER J'AJ'Elt CO. ,
Wholesale l'iier ; | Dualcrs.
Parry nice Hock of I'rlntlnxVruipln | ami Wr.
IIIK paper. Bpcclnl iittontlori Klron lit mr lund or
onlcrf , wh < h will l > n ihlppeil rtlri'ct from nillln. Alt
orders will rcrolte prrjonnl nticntlon. WovuaM
jnteo food eooil ant | low prlcon. 1111 and lllltl
Iuucta Ht.
Prin ling.
REES PRINTIXa COMPANY
Job Pvintors , JUank Hook
And Ilook lllnUiTa. IW und 1116 Fuulti l-'oui toontll
Btrctt , Orauhn. Net ) .
WESTERNNEWSPAPER UNIOH
Auxiliary Publishers.
Dealers InTjpo , I'reitut and I'rlnlora'buppllns. 601
houth Twelfth Street.
PutTifS.
BROWNELL ,0 CO. ,
Manufficttiruri aJ l Di'.ilori , In
, Hoilors A ; ( icncral .Machinery
beet Iron work , Steam Pmup .Hair Mill * , Aom
Hb ftlDc , Dodge WoodiDlIt fallart , Uollla . to.
AliowacoDi , i rap n > , an < 3s/iUll8t , lUMJliba * -
Tenworthnt. Omaha
ClfURCHILL PUMP Co7
Wholesiilo Punii | , I'ipo , Fittings ,
Stoamaml . , Water Supplli'ii. HvailqiinitiTi for Matt ,
Jn. lilUurimni n..Diuahn.Neb.
U. S. WIND ENGINE and PUMP
COMPANY.
IlalladaT Wind Illliii nieam aud Wkter Snnplleg ,
yiumblnitUoodi , Ileltlnu. none. 1MB and WJ t'ar-
namit. , Oiunha. H K. Kellon , M u ner.
Tttlephonu No. 210.
A. L. STRANG CO. ,
rumps , Pipes aud KnjjiiiPH ,
Steam , Watur , Kallwar and Mllllnif huppllo. EA !
WO. 2und Uli tarnum t..U iiihu , Nob. ,
Rubber Goods.
OMAHA itirJiit/-ji co ?
MunuluLlurcr niul OculiM > In nil klndiuf
Hiibbcr ( jouds ,
Oil Clntlilne nnil I.-iiilior llrlnnp 1IKM Tiirnnni .
Safes , Etc.
P. BO YER < C CO. ,
for Hall's Safe & Lock Co.s'
Fire > d lliirx'ar Proof ? > M > . Tlioo I/ocki , Vault !
nd Jill Work. IW ) Kurnura limit ( Himlm , .Nell.
G. ANDRE EN ,
Omaha Kafo Works.
klanuftctureimif rirmud Dariilnrl'morSarci , Vault
Jull Wi.rk.hliulicru unit \ \ lruSnrk. . Cor.
Ktliuutljarkiun htr OniKlin , Noli ,
Sash , Doors , Etc.
M. ArDisnitotr v co. ,
Wholcmlo .Mnniifncturuiii of
Sash , Doors , llliuds and ihiuldiiifrg ,
Ilranch olhce.lSlli mill 1/i.rd i < lt.u.ay-h. ! !
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers , ot Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
MonU'jiniuStulrWorkHnd Inlcrlor Ilunl Woral Klnlrtj
Juiu.vnc-t. | N. 1C fir 8th unit l.oavmiwurlh tJU.
Oiufthn , > cb ,
TUB CAPITOL HOTEL
Lincoln , Neb.
Thn Ixfct knmui and rno-t | Viiiliir | hotel In
tliuMtato. l.nuiitldii n'liliiil.iir'Poiiitiuunts ' lint
cluHs. lleuiliiiurtuis | tor eoiiiiiuin htl men aii'l '
ull iiolitlcal ituu pulillo KUIInirliii-B
K. I' . KlHjOU-S I'loprletnr.
School , County and City
BCXDTIDSS !
We will pny hiuhrkt prlcn fir same ,
Made ut lowtial rMi'E. Cnncipuivlcnre
HTULL liJlOS. ,
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