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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : THURSDAY , MARCH 31. 1887.
WBEAT RECORDS A GAIN ,
The Belief Prevalent That the Clique Has
Bold More Than It Bought.
CORN RULES DULL BUT STEADY.
The Dnllncs * In Short nibs ItclloTcri
By an Increased Movement
Cattle and Hoc * Weak
and liower.
CHICAGO rnonucE MARKET.
CniCAoo , March 30.--Si | > eclal Telegram to
tbe BEE. ] Wheat closed to-nlcbt lc higher
than yesterday , yet there Is very little doubt
but that the cllijuc sold a cieat deal luoic
wheat to-day than It bought. There was all
sorts of news to-day from all quarters but It
happened that It was all bullish. New York
is lighting and the bears are nuking a great
BOO over the weakness of options , Initial
tiades here were at about 7SU4'c for May and
805 < c for June. A disposition to sell was
manifested at the beginning of business but
this was not suflident to cause more than a
momentary weakness. Spirited buying by
liutchlnson and Keshaw started the crowd.
The scaljx-rs who had been working the
short side of the deal , took the alarm , but
when they tried to lay In wheat they made
the unpleasant discovery that there was less
for sale than theie might be. This only In
creased their anxiety , and under the influ
ence of the demand from that source very
largely values haidencd appreciably , May
tolng toj SJ&c and June to fcl'4c , llutchln-
son was a very strong buyer all the forenoon ,
but after the start upward was made , so-
rallod , tbfl clique houses dropjted out.
Toward the top they appealed as sellers.
The crowd absorbed the offerings readily
for a time , but values were soltened some
what and vtormed elf i c. Later , however ,
the market Improved In tone , more steam
was Injected Into the deal and May rapidly
climbed to i > 3c. The aiUance was occasioned
in a measure by the discovery that a clique
house had been buying of the brokers while
openly selling , and the word was parsed
around that a combination was picking up
two or three bushels for e\ery bushel sold
Kershaw and privately Informed parties that
fto-called clique brokers had sold live bushels
for c\crv bushel bought. This confusion of
Information only served to Increase the per
plexity of the situation without In any man-
iicr producinc weakness , and quotations at 1
p. m. were clo e to the top. The weather
news cut something of a iigure in regulating
values to-day. Reports from every section
werr to the- effect that the meteorlogical con
ditions were particularly trying to winter
wheat A further advance In San Francisco
leave color to the statements that the pros-
beets In the interior of the wheat growing
district nt California are very baa. Corn
ruled dull and steady. Very little was done
In oats. In the provision market the late
dullness was relieved a little by the in
creased movement in short ribs. In pork
there was no public tradlnc whatever and In
lard the Interest exhibited was restricted if
anything more than yesterday.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
CHICAGO , March 30. [ Special Telegram to
the BF.E.I CATTLE. Kecelpts of beef cat
tle , while not heavy , were ample. The gen
eral market to-day was very dull and weak.
Prices were lOc lower on the sales made and
there were many lots ot good choice to heavy
cattle which couldn't be sold at 15c decline.
The demand for fat Texans Is fairly good.
Some 719 Ib steers sold to-day at S3.03.
There was a considerable volume of business
done at S4.0034.40 for poor stockers to fancy
steers. The general cow market was slow-
but stead. ,
Hoes Rough and mixed were 5c lower
and in many cases lOc olT and the market
closed weak. The prices are about the same
as one week ago and about 51.25 higher than
one year ago. The market for packing and
snipping was a slow one and prices on an
average were fully 5c lower. Sales ran red at
85.55@5.U5 for ordinary to fancy. Heavv
butcher pigs averaging 215 to 1235 Iba. sold at
J6.72Ji < 2S.5- Yesterday's east shipments
were the highest of the year. The eastern
demand is falling off just now , partly on ac
count of Lent , but because prices are high
and eastern meat cutters are getting hogs
nearer home cheaper than they can be had
here. Prices for light weights are lOc lower
than A week ace to-day. Pies and little
mixed weights sold at$4.W@5.20 , with grades
at 85.30@5.55. and choice selections , with
butcher weight and singeing pig tops at 5.50
( § 5.00. _
FINANCIAL.
NEW YOKE , March SO. [ Special Telegram
to the BEE.J STOCKS. The stock market
opened moderately active this morning at
prices fractionally lower than last night's
close. Une of the features of the day was
the ratification of the Oregon Railway &
Navigation company's lease by the Union
Pacific directors , which had a beneficial effect
on the former's stock. The lease is for
nlnty-nlne years from the date of execution
upon a basis of 6 per cent The full details
are withheld for the present. The stock ad
vanced 2 points during the morning , and
then eased elf a little. Texas Pacific was
active and there was no more bull talk about
It It is now reported that Gould Das bought
no.OOO shares of this stock In the last few
weeks and has turned 80,000 shares over to
tbe Missouri Pacific , keeping the rest for him-
df. Mr. Gould tells his friends that the
Missouri will go to lie or 120 In April S. P.
White does not believe there is any serious
danfer from a strlnzency In the money
marvel now , and he Is an out and out bull.
The day as a whole did not develop * any
especially Important feature , and tbe after
noon was quirt and dull After + t > ad ranee
In Oregon Navigation there was an improre-
roent of a point In Oregon Transcontinental ,
which waf not fully maintained. There was
buying of this latter stock by Boston , and
Landon was said to be buying some small
lots of W abash , and the Gould crowd was
bulling It 'ihe preferred stock showed a ( rain
of half a point at the finish , and Oregon
.Navigation an advance of 1J { points. Tbe
total sales for the day were 301,557 shares.
( SovKUNMKNTS Government bonds were
dull but stead.
VKSTEKDAV'S ( JUOTATIOXS.
U. S. C's . ICONIC. &X. W .
U. 8,4'scoupon.l29Xl do preferred. . . .146
U. S5.4Vscoup..lODJiN. Y. C
Pacific foot ' It. &N
Canada South'n. . 01 } T. . S3
Central Pacific. . 39 , ' PaclhcMall 55 ! <
Chicago A Alton.144 P. , D. &E 34&
do preferred..160 Pullman Pal.Car.152
Heading. 88J {
D..L. & W. .185 " * Rock Island. . .
D * H.G..29" St U&S.K. . . .
Erie S3 * do preferred. . , . 09) ) .
do preferred. . . . 72 V C. , M.ASLP. . . . 91 }
Illinois Central..12 do preferred. .
* .St P. & O
fe : : : : : : Sg I do preferred. .
Texas Pacific. . .
W : : : : : :8ji0nii : | i is : : : :
WlchUan Cent'L. Ql W.-SL LAP. . . .
Ma Pacific 108 ? , ' do preferred. . SHU
No. pjwlfio 25VW. U. Telegraph 77V
do preferred. . . . 51 > # |
MoKKr ON CAi.L-Eay at 5KQ7 pei
cent ; lost loan , C per cent ; closed o&7 pei
cent ,
PKIUK MEIICANTII.E PAPEK 536 > pei
cent.
STKHLINO KXCHANOE. Dull but steady al
ti4Ji' for slaity days ; SJ.bO for demand.
Cblcaico , March SO. Following quota
tions are tli82Bj closing figures :
Flour Strady and unchanged ; wlntei
vphi-at flour. ICiW.SO : soutnern. J4.1C
4.20 ; Wisconsin. $4.eoiM.30 : MIcblKan soil
snrlBc wheat , S3.7W34.30 : Minnesota bakers ,
3.70t < M . so ; patiats t4.50@4.ty : low trades ,
I 1.WOJ2.W : rye Hour , quiel at W.2.V33.40 ; IB
arks and tun els , 5gj.70. :
\\heat Active and Mroncer ; opened
itroncrr and advanced , closing K * 'ehlghei
lor May. sh,77MCc ; May , t l U-ltJe : June
n Ruled firmer early ; later bccarnf
l ] * r < f losli'5 , X * . tLbove yesterday ; cash
SiXc ; May , suc ; June , 3 7-lGc.
Oats -bteady and sightly. better than yes
LJ ? c i W t ; i _ ' * „ .
U-nlay'scloso ; ca n , C3Yc ; May , as U-lGc ;
June , 2c.
lire Nominally 51te. ?
Harley--Sl , c ,
Timothy See < l-Prlmp , SL73 1.74.
Flax Seed-Nominally 1.05.
Wnlskv-Sl.lS.
I'ork Xothlncdoincand quiet at former
fipun-s ; cash. S20.f 0 : May and June , 521.00.
hard Quiet and no particular cliange ;
cash. 57.HJ1 * ; May , S7.4.'i ; June , S7.M.
Hulk > lcat Shoulders , SG.OOyC2S ; short
clear. 5M < as.40 ; short ribs , Sb.10.
Bntier-Steady ; creamery , 'J-J.H'QSOc ; dairy ,
17tf27e ( ,
Clioe < > Firm : full cream chrddar ? nnd
flats 13(3iXc : ; ; Voung Americas , ISKtSia c ;
skims , iHft'Jc.
Eccs-Steady ; HOllKc.
Hides Firm and unchnnced ; heavy green
salted , 7'4c : salted bull , Oc ; preen salted
calf , Sic : dry salted , lOc : flint , I2iai3c ; dry
calf , 13gl4c ( ; deacons , 4k ( : each.
Tallow Unchanged ; Xo. 1 country , 4c ;
No. 2 , SJ4c ; cake , 4 > 4C
Iteceipts Shlpmonts.
Flour , bbls . 40,000 rw.000
Wheat , bu . W.ixw 20.000
Corn , bu . H-W.ooo 10,000
Oats , bu . 103.000 .0,000
Hyp , bu . 2ouo 3,000
Barley , bu . 50,000 42,000
New York. March HO. Wheat Ke-
ceipts , 112,000 ; exports , .V,00u ; spot trllle
Metier ; options opened a shade lower , later
advanced @ 1 > 4C , closlne heavy , showlnc a
reaction -VGSKc ; extra red , Siajfc In elevator ,
Xo. l red , U3Kc : Xo. 3 red , b ! ' < 3tlic : Xo. 2
red , Sil84@OlHe in elevator , USc delivered
'roe nn board ; ftJc in elevator ; April closed
UU'iC.
Coin Kecelpts , 27,000 ; exports , 70,000 ;
pot firm rather quiet ; options Kt Vc
ikher.'hut trndiUR Jphtuntrraded.33K ! : ( ! > 0'ic ;
o. 3.47 i'cXo. ; 2 , 4bKc in elevator. 4l ; 'c
deliveied ; April cloed at 4bKc.
Oats Keceipts , 103.000 ; expons , l.OiO ;
'ash ' shade stronger ; mixed western , > ' & ' &
7c ; white western , ! NS.42c.
Petroleum Steady ; tTnlted clo od at C3 c.
1'ork Lower ; old mess , 15.00 ( 15.25 ; new
me s 10.2S.
Lard Shade hlchcr but very quiet ; west-
2rn steam , spot , S7.C2M.
Butter-Quiet.
Cheese Firm nnd fair demand.
.Kces Firm ; western , fresh , 13J < g4c.
Minneapolis , March SO. Wheat More
.ctive . for fnturps ; Xo. 1 hard , cash , 70c ;
Jay , 77 } c : June , 7sYc ; Xo. 1 northern , cash ,
75Jc : May. Tj c ; June , 7GJVc ; Xo. 2 north
ern , cash. 73J4c ; May , 73 > Jc : June , 74 > 'c ;
ample lots broucht IJiSlKc above these lig-
.ires.
Flour Stcfidypatcnts ; , SL25K-UO ; bakers ,
S'
Ht-ceipts Wheat , 83,000 bu. ; flour , 103
bbls.
bbls.Miipmpnts Wheat , 60,000 bu. ; flour ,
27,000 bbls.
Milwaukee. March 30. Wheat Steady ;
cash. 77'c ( ; May , 7V'c ( ,
Corn Quiet ; Xo.3 , 87J4'c.
Oats Steady ; Xo. 2 white , 31'4'c.
Rye Dull. Xo. 1 , W. . .
Barley-Firm : Xo. 2 , r,2J4'c.
Provisions Quiet ; pork , repacked. SIC.Wi.
Cincinnati. March 30. Wneat Fair
demand ; Xo. 2 , red , bl@Si
Corn-Steady ; Xo. 2 , mixed , n9 @ T95/c.
Oats Good ; demand tirmer ; Xo. 2 mixed ;
Kye-FirmXo. ; 2. Clc ,
Pork Quiet at 17.25.
hard Firm ; current make , S7.23.
WhisC- Active and firm at fcl.13.
St. L.oug. | March 30. Wheat Firm and
hicher ; cash. SOftSOXc : May , SOS'c-
Corn Slow and steady ; cash , srxgU5- } ;
May , 35 > < c.
Oats-Quiet ; cash , 2Sc ; May , 2SVc.
Rye Dull at .IS 'c.
Barley Quiet at We.
Pork-Uiill at 817.00.
Lard Steady at S7.20.
Whisky 51.13.
Butter Steadv and firm ; creamery 2. > @
COc ; dairy , 15 @ 27c ,
AFTEIISOOX BOAKD Wheat Steady.
firm ; May , 79SOc. ( Corn Nominal and
unchanced. Oats Dull : May , 2s Vc.
Kansas Cltv. March 30. Wheat Steady ;
Xo. 2. cash , G'jyc bid ; G'J&c asked : April.
71c bid , 72c asked ; May , rJ c bid ; ? JJic
asked.
Corn Dull : Xo. 2 , cash , 3l6'c bid : April ,
jk'c bid : Mav , S c. bid. S2Xcasked.
Oats Xomiual ; J6.1' bid for casn.
Now Orleans , March 30. Corn Dull
and nominal ; mixed , 49c ; yellow , Mc ) ;
white , 51@52c.
Oats-Steadv at SCKO37c.
Cornmeal Dull at 82.15.
UOK Products Quiet but steady ; pork ,
$17.00 ; lard , S7.00.
Bulk Meats Shoulders , SC.OO ; lone clear
and clear rib , Sa.00.
Liverpool , March 30. Wheat Quiet
but steady and demand poor ; holders oiler
moderately.
Corn Quiet and demand poor.
LIVE STOCK.
Chicaeo. March 30. The Drovers' Jour
nal teports as follows :
Cattle-Receipts , 8,000 ; weak and lOc lower :
fancy. 85.15(25.40 ( ; shlppinp steers. 84.00 ®
5.00 ; stockers and f oeders , S3.00@4.40 ; cows ,
bulls and mixed , 2.00 3. ) ; bulk , Si90@
ISO ; grass Texas cattle , S3.053.50.
53.75Q4.no.
Sheep Receipts , 4,000 ; easier ; natives ,
S3.0CK34.M ) ; western. 84.0084,00 ; Texans ,
53.00vu4,00 ; lambs , 54.50@ .C .
National Stock Yards , East St ,
Louis. III. , March 30. Cattle-Receipts ,
2,000shipments ; , 300 ; about ste.idy ; choice
heayy native steers , S4.703V20 ; fair to
coed shlppins steers , SS.90@l.05 ; butchprs1
steers , fair to cholcn , S3.SO > 44.SO ; feeders ,
fair to coed , 3.1034.00 * ; stockers. fair to
ROM , * 2.'JO@3.15.
Hogs Receipts , 5,000 ; slow and weak ;
choice heavy and butchers' selections. 85.70 ®
5.M ) ; packlnp , falrto good , 55.505.05 : York
ers , medium to prime , 85.30(35.45 ( ; pigs , com
mon to good , $4,70j5.15.
KancaaGitr.MarchSO. Cattle Receipts ,
WX ) ; shipments,2.000shipping ; steers weak :
common to choice shipping , S3.7.X3
4.70 ; stockers. and feeding , quiet ; | iOO\
a93 ; cows , 82.M > @ 3.GO.
Hocs-Rwelpts. 9,000 ; shipments , 3,000 ;
weak ; opened 5c lower and closed weak , 10
@ 15 lower ; common to choice , S4.05 : < ? 5.C5 ;
skips and pigs , 83.50 4.SO.
OMAll. % LIVE STOCK.
Wednesday , March 30.
Cattle.
The receipts were rery little more than half
ot what was In yesterday. Tne market was
SQlOc lower In sympathy with the decline in
eastern markets , _
Hoe * .
The receipts were unustlly heavy to-day.
The market opened at about yesterday mora
ine's prices , but only a few sales were made
at those prices. The reported decline in Chicago
cage caus < < d a rapid decline and the market
closed a strong lOc lower and In some cases
even lower. Everything was sold except
three loads which came in late.
Sheep.
There wpre no fresh receipts and iiothlnc
was done In the market.
Receipts.
Cattle. . SOC
Prices.
Showing the prevailing prices paid for live
stock on this market :
Choice steers. 1300 to 1500 ibo. . . .84.35(31. ( 70
Choice steers. 1100 to 1350 Ibs. . . 4,25@t40
Fat little steer IKK ) to 1050 Ibs. . . . 3.90&I.S5
Good to choice corn-fed cows . . . . 8.00 , 3.40
Falrto medium cows . 2.00 ( 2.75
Good to choice bulls . 2.50&3.23
Light and medium hoes . 6.0X35.40
Good to choic * heavr hogs . 5.4035.50
Good to choice mixed hoes . 5.Srf5.40
Choice sheep , 80 to 120 Ibs . 3.60 4.20
Ilepreseniame Hales.
BTEEKS.
Xo. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
20. . . . 891 53.75 40. . . . 1212 J4.40
2. . . .1005 4,00 18..11S5 4.40
SO. . . . t 3 4.10 71. . . .1172 4,45
17..10M 4,10 16. . . .1143 4.45
9. . 1050 4.15 15. . . . 1200 4.45
16. . . . 1004 4.15 15..12S3 4.50
1..1070 4. 5 35. . . .1261 4.50
20. . . .1119 4.SO 15..1ZOO 4.50
19. . . . 1079 4.80 27..1U01 4.50
69. . . .1140 4.35 IS. . . .1407 4.55
21 . . .1092 4.35 19. . . . 1836 4.55
16. . . .1232 4.S5 82..1SOO 4,55
21. . . .1049 4,35 18..14S5 4 CO
W..1175 4.S7H 17. . . .1333 4.C2 > {
15..12SO 4.40
WF.STKItX STKKIIS.
No. Av. Pr.
10. . . . 1270 4S5.
BULLS.
No. Av. I'r. No. AT. Pr.
I2.M 1..2-XO fS.00
ofl'rlcct.
Sbowlnc the htchest and lowest price *
pftld for loads ot hozs on this market durlut ;
tliepast seven days and lor the same time
last month nnd n rear aco.
Tel ) . 1 7. | Marcli 1SS7. .Miu-cti ! " .
24th A. 15 o..4n \70 (34,00 (
Sfith & .U5 .
Mth MU OW.50
LTth Sundnv 3.00
f..33 . { fiPO 3.00Sundaj -
Sitli 0.40 ( t.V ( > 5 3.70 O-1.7.-1
llUtti a.w OJ.SKI
Live Stock Purctinics.
Show inc the number ot head of llvo stock
bought by the leading buyers.
CATTLE.
Swift A Co R40
11. Hammond A Co ' . 320
Andy Haas. f.5
J. 11. Jolin on 100
Harris A Kislicr. 17
Total M'J
nee .
Anelo-Americnn Packinp Co 25 * > 2
,1. P. Squire * . A Co 14G9
H. Hammond A Co S4
Tliomas J. Llptoti ( shipped direct ) WO
Total 5i > 5
Slilpinctits.
Sliowlnp the number of cattle , hoes and
sheep shlpp'-d Irom the yards during the day.
CATTLE.
No. cars. Ht. Dest.
17 Mil Chicago
b N. W Chicaeo
nons.
No. cars Ku Dest.
39 U. I Boston
* -
Allsales of stock in this market are made
percwt. live weizht unless otherwise stated.
Dead hoes sell at He per Ib. for all weights.
"Skins , " or hogs weUhinc less than 103 Itn ,
no value. Pregnant sows are docked 40 Ibs.
by the public Inspector.
Ijivc Stock Notcr.
No sheep in.
Hogs all sold.
Hogs opened stronc.
A heavy run of hogs.
Hogs closed lOc lower.
Cattle market closed lower.
Stir up the railroads , stock is arriving too
late.
late.A.
A. Jacobs , Lincoln , was at the yards and
mmketed a load of cattle.
J. P. Balrd. ( ienevaas In and marketed
a load of butcher's stock.
F. Johnson , Pairtield. was in and mar
keted three loads of cattle.
W. S. Patterson , Aurora , was in with a
load of cattle and a load ot hogs.
Hugh Chittic has been appointed stock
agent of the Elkhorn Valley road.
James Sklrvinc , Stuatt Neh. , was here and
sold a load of hogs on the market.
J. J. Harms , Firth , Neb. , was in and mar
keted a load of cattle and a load of liogs.
Mr. Perry , of Perry Bros. , Wayne , -was in
and sold live loads of cattle on the market.
R. W. Klue , Boone , Neb. , came in with
two loads of ho s which sold on the market.
Mr. Ruyle , of the firm of Gillett A lluyle ,
Beatrice , was In with a load of corn fed
steers.
P. C. Benton. Elliot , was In looking o\er
the market and the prospects of starting in
business here.
D. D. Keed , Oxford , Neb. , formerly in the
commision business at Chicago , was a vis
itor at the yards.
C. C. Miles , of the firm of Oeorpe U. War
ren A Co. , Crafton , was in and marketed a
load of cattle and a lead of hogs.
L. 11. Lassel. of the firm of Lussell A Crandall -
dall , Panama , was in and marketed a load of
IIOL-S. lie has shipped here sometime and
finds it a profitable market
Too much cannot be said in condemnation
of the delays which the railroads are impos
ing upon their patrons. Tuesday at 11 a. in.
cars were ordered for shipping out stock ami
at 4 p. ra. on Wednesday the Union Pacllic
hud not yet turned the cars over to the yards.
An agreement has been drawn up and
already signed by the majority of the buyers
and salesmen In which the signers pledge
themselves to neither buy nor sell any stock
after3 o'clock p. m. A line of $50 to be im
posed for each time the rule is broken. This
is similar to the rule in vogue in Chicago and
will be a great improvement over the sun
down rule which lias been practiced hero in
the past _ - -MI
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKETS
Wednesday , March SO.
General Produce.
TTir/oUoirfri/j prices are for rouuiZ loti of
proJitren * mild on the market toaai'liic
quotation * on fruits represent Wic price * ot
u-hldi iiutnlilc ortlcn are Mlcd.
BUTTF.K An occasional package of fancy
choice country , 17 < § lSc ; falrto food , I315e ( ,
common , & 210C.
Eoos The ruling price is lOc and the mar
ket can be called active at that price.
'
DRCSSED POULTRY Chlcke'ns have been
in good demand and good stock has
sold at lie. In a few Instances extra
choice stock has brouzht 12c. Small fat
turkeys have been selling at KXSllc , ant !
coarse heavy turkeys at 9(310c. ( The demand
is mostlv in a small way as live poultry is
coming in season and It Is only dne to the
extremely light receipts that the above prices
have been obtained.
LIVE POULTIIY Theie Is a very fair
demand ana everything received thus far has
sold readily on arrival. Good heavy fowls or
chickens have sold at $3.00 3.25 per dozen
while a few choice have gone at S3..7) ) . There
is not much demand for tnrkevs but those re
ceived have sold at 6@Sc per ID.
CIIEKBC Full cream Cheddars , single , 1
country , 91.00(41.25 ; medium , hand picked
SL40gl.50 ( ; hand picked , navy. SI.5031.00.
PROVISIONS Ham , 12Jf@13c ; breakfast
bacon , rib. t c : break fast bacon , plain , I
cans , Fairbanks , Kc ; Mb cans'Kalibanks ,
8c : 3-lb cans. Fairbanks , Sk'c.
POTATOES Commission dealers ire
generally holding for about 40@50c. Home
grown. 40 < g50c ; Colorado rose , per bu. S1.05
( 1.10 ; Colorado suowtiake , per bu , SL05@
1.10 ; Salt Lake , 85c@S1.00 ; sweet , per Ib
CABBAGE The market Is firmer than las
-veek on account of the lighter receipts.
There Is nothing in but California stock
California cabbage , choice , per Ib , 3 } c.
CAUI.IFLOWIB Tbe market U well sup
plied with choice stock , which Is selling a
| L75perdoz.
APFLKS There are a peed many In am
the market Is lower. There Is a good den
more poor stock In than there has been
Fancy eastern Mock. J4.50S5.00 ; choice Mis
souri stock , $4.oo@i.50 ; common Missour
stock , $3.50. 4.00.
OLD VEGETABLES The supply on the mar
ket is not large but the demand 1s light and
stocks mo vlng slowly. Onions , choice stock
per bblt3.50&4.00. Beets , carrots , turnips ,
etc. , per bbl.S 1.7532.00 j horseradish roots
per Ib. , 7c.
UKKEN VEGETABLES The receiptsthu
far have been light and there has been ttry
little In-aside from spinach , which linscot
been very rapid sale , lloniu crown celi'i" is
very poor and scarce. Spinach , per bbl. ,
S1 T.V 2.00 : top onioiiR , per dozen bunches
no.itXtfic ; celery , homo grown. | n-r dozen ,
3. ' > iif4'.c ; California cek'tyj per dozen. Wci $
Sl.uO ; radishes , per do/en bunches , Sic ; let
tuce , 40c ; pie plant , per Jb. lOc.
OSTKIS ? Mediums , Wo ; standard , 20c ;
selects , 2 ; extra selects , 33 ; X. Y. counts ,
GAME The recrlpt'J hmc not been very
heavy and the demand ha boon \cry fair.
There are a coed many brants on the mar
ket and they are verv slow sale. Mallard
ducks , per dozen , S2.OOtfJ'J.25 ; teal , per dozen ,
S1.50dl.7.'i ( ; ml\fd , j > cr iton-ii. tiuu ; ppo.e ,
nor dozen , SlOOyjS.W ; brants , per dozen ,
S2.00. , , .
LEMONS The market is firm. Stocks ate
movlnc fairly well lor tnp season. Me slna ,
choice , per bo < c , Si.75'aJ..OO : do. fancy , per
box , SJ.OCKu5.ro.
GUANOES Stocks ate moving slowly and
the'upplvls about equal to the demand.
California , Riverside , per box , S3.75.rf4.cxi ;
California , Los Anceles. per box , $ : UM ;
Xavels , Sfi.00 ; Mefliterranean sweets , S3.75
(34.00. (
STiiAWiiEiiniEThcrchavetx'en a few In
this week. Choice Mock sold readily at 40i\
HANAXA < Largebunchos per bunch , $2.50
XUT Afew black walnuts are eomlni ; In
from the country and are > low stk at 7. > c per
bushel. The followlni ; are the wholesale
prices a' which orders irom the outMde are
tilled : Almonds , 'Me ; pecans larce polistutl ,
14c ; filberts 14cBrazlls ; , 14cwaliiulsNaples : ,
SOc : walnnts , Chill , 14c ; peanuts , H. P. Vir-
Cinla , S > c.
FLOUB JIND MiLLsrurrs Winter whe.it
flour , best quality tiatent.S2.7J ; s-econd qunl-
Ity , S2.CKKiVJ,50 : best ouallty sprmc heat
flour , patent , S2,40iJiM , ( ; bran , TOcpcrcwt ;
: lioppedfeed,75c per cwt : white corn meal ,
We ; yellow corn. meal. SOrtWe per cwt ;
crecnlnc. 50 fi75c per cwt ; hominy , S1.50 ;
.lions. . 70c percwt : graham , SI.75 : liny , in
bales 7.00 per ton.
GHAIX Corn.27c ; wheat , Xo. 2 , 57.nOOc ( ;
oats , 2 c : rye. 45c.
Gi-ocer's Ijist.
5 Medium , in bbK SS.OO : do , In
half bblsSl.50 ; small , in hbls , S'AOO : do , in
bait bbls. S.VIKJ ; gherkins , in bbls , SlU.OOjdo ,
, n half bbls , So. . " > o.
hUOAK ( iranulated , CUOC c ; donf. A,5V
( uOc ; w liite extra C , 5VS5 > vc : e\ta : C.
ff c : yellow C , 4 ' 4 ( < f4 c : cut loat , f
powdered , OV < 01 < c.
COFFEK.S Ordinary grades , l.vvai5S'c fair
l.V (7i ( c ; prime , 16 c ; choice , 165 @l7'4c ;
fancy crcen . and yellow. . . . 10iJl7c , . . . . . ; old cov- .
i i-u-k ai. / tv.t.M i i j i * i
Dilworth's.2 c : lied Cross ,
CAX.VKDOoons-Oysters.standard.pcrcase ,
$3.15 ( 3.25 : s-trawberries , 21b. wrcase. S2.KO :
raspberries. 2 Ib , per case , Si25 ; California
pears , per case , 54.5'J ' ; apricots , per casj ,
S4.CO ; peaches. W * case , 55.00 ; white cher
ries , per case , 50.00 ; p urns , per case , $3.50 ;
blueberries percale , S1.S5 ; e 'g plums. 2 Ib ,
Derne . percale , si.iaj. ; ID string Deans , per
case , Sl.fi-5 ; a Ib lima beans per case , si.co ;
2 ) b marrowfat peas , percase , Si-Wir. 00 ; 2 Ib
early June peas , pr case. S2.7.1) : 3 Ib toma
toes. S2.5'Xi2.C:2 ' ) Ib corn 32.40,12. ' 0.
MATCHES Per caddie , liic ; square cases ,
51.70 : mule square. Sl.'Jo.
Srnur No. 70 , 4-gallon kegs , 51.20 1.25 ;
New Orleans percalloii 8sg- ( * < ' > c ; maple syrup ,
half bbK "old time , " per gallon , 7i > c ; 1 gal -
Ion cans , ner doz , 510.00 ; hall gallon cans ,
per doz , S5.f > 0 : quart cans. SiOu.
CANDY Mixed. ' ( Sllc : stick , SH' O 'c.
CRAOKEUS Garneau's soda , butter nnd
picnic. 5 , ' c : creams , s c ; ginger snaps , = Xc ;
city soda. 7V. . .
bTAHCH Mirror gloss. 1 Ib , 6c ; mirror
gloss , 3 Ib , 5 { c : mirror gloss O'K ' GXc ;
Graves corn.l JbA' c ; KJngsford's corn. 1 ID ,
7c : Kincslord's gloss , 1 Jb. 7c : Kingsford's
gloss , 6 Ib. 7Kc ; KinesJord's pure lib. .We ;
Kingston's pure , 3 Mb. 5J < c ; Kinpsfords
bulk. 4c.
SiiAi's Kirk's savon imperial. 52.70 :
KirK-s satinet. ? aX ( ) ; Kirk s standard , S3.0i ;
Kirk's white Kussian. 54.00 ; Kirk's whitecap -
cap , 6.50 ; dome , S3.S5 ; washboard , 3.10 ;
white cloud. i75.
General Marten.
\AHNISIIES liairels , per gallon ; rurnl-
ture , extra , Sl.10 ; furniture. No. 1. S1.00 ;
coach extra , 1.40 ; coach , No. 1,51.20 : Da-
mar , extra , S1.75 ; Jatttn , 70c ; asphaltum ,
extra & 5c : shellac , 3fco ; bard oil toniih.
J1.60
IIEAVT HARIIWAIIK iron , ratn 52.80 ;
plowstelst > eclarcast,4KccrueiblesteelXc ; ( ;
cast tools , do. 32iy ; ; wagon spokes , pei set ,
S2.ooar3.50 ( ; hubs , per set 1.25 : lelloes.
eawed dry. Sl.50 ; tongues , each. 80c : nxeK
each. 75c : squai-e nuts , per Ib. filo7lc ( : eoil
chain , per Ib. GWttV'e ; malleable.s@iue ; iron
wire. In car lots. S4.03 per 100 ibs. Nails ,
rates , 10 to 50. 9UO ; steel nails. 82.93.
Shot , l.S5 ; buckshot 81.00 ; Hazird-powoer ,
kegs , 55.00 ; do. half kegs , 52. T5 ; do. quarter
kegs. 51.50 : blasting , kegs , Silu : fuse , per 10
feet&ic. Lead bar. SI >
DRY PAINTS White lead , 7c ; French zinc ,
12c ; ParU whltlne , 2.S'c ; whiting , gliders ,
9fc ; whiting , com'l , Ike ; lampblack , Ger-
'
manstown. 12c ; lampblack , ordinary , Sc ;
Prussian blue,5,5cultraraarine , I8c ; vandyic-
brown , 8c ; umber , burnt 4c ; umber , raw , 4c ;
sienna , burnt , 4c : .sienna , raw. 4c ; Paris
green , genuine. v > c Paris green , com
mon , Me ; chrome irreen , N. y. . 20c ;
Termlllion Amencan. IN ; : inaian
raw aud burnt umber , i o > cans , i2c ; raw and
burnt sienna , 12c : Vandyke brown , I3c ; re-
hned lampblack I2c : coach black and Ivory
black. 16c ; drop black , IGc ; Prussian blue
0c : ultramarine black , 18c ; chrome green.L. ,
M , * D. . I6c ; blind and shutter green. L. . M.
A D. , I6c ; Paris creen , ISc ; Indian red , 15c ;
Venetian red , 9c ; Tuscan. 2c ; American
vermililon , L. A D. , 20c : yellow ochre. 2e ; L.
M. It O. D. . ISc : good , ochre. lOc : oatetn
dryer , 8c ; graining color. Heht oar , dirk oak.
walnut chestnut and iisU. lac.
DRUOSASTJ CHEMICALS. Ac a carbolic ,
K > c ; ftcid UrUric , Me ; balsam copaiba , per
lbAOc : bark sassafras , per Tb , lOc ; calomel ,
per fi > , 78c , chlnchonidix per oz , 40c ; chloro
form , per Ib , 4 Be ; Dover s powders , per ft ,
91.25 ; epsom falls. , per ft , EJ c ; glycerine ,
pure , per Ib , 3oc ; lead , acetate , per B > . 2lc ;
oil , raster , No. 1. per gal. , 91.50 ; oil castor ,
No. 2 , per gaL , SIM' oil olive , per gaL , 91.40 ;
oil oriannum. 50c ; opium , 94.00 ; quinine ,
P. A W. and K. AS , , per toz 70c ; potassium
iodide , per ft , 93.50 ; sallcin. per or. 40c ; sul
phate morphine , per oz. 9S.15 ; gulPhur. per
ft. 4c ; strychnine oeroz. Stai. ,
fAi7TS IN OIL Whit * lead. Om nP , P. ,
O'fc : whita lead , St Lonls. pure , 0ic ; Mar
seilles , groan. 1 Ib cans. Sc : Kronen zinc ,
creen seal , 12c ; French zinc , red seal , lie ;
French tine. In varnish ust.2uc ; Keneh
tlnc.75c : Termlllion. English , in oil , 75c ;
red. lOc : rose plnK , 14c ; Venetian red. Cook-
son's. 2 fo ; Venetian red. American. iKc ;
red lead , 7 c ; chrome yellow , genuine , 20c ;
chrome yellow , K 12c ; ochre , rochelle. 8c ;
ochre , French. 2fc ; ochre. Amencan ,
IKe ; Winter's mineral. 2S' : Lenigh biown ,
2.Hc ; Spanish brown , 2Kc ; f rlnce's mineral ,
3c
b PiKiTS Cologne spirits , 188 proof , 91.17 ;
do 1C1 proof , 51. IS ; spirits , second quality ,
101 proof , ! L17 : do IBs proof. 91,16 Alcohol !
US proor , S2.20 i > er wine callon. Kedlstllled
whiskies , 8l.0031.5a Uin , blended. 5l.5ox §
ROO : Kentucky bourbons , 92.00CJ6.00 ; Ken
tucky and Pennsylvania rye * , 92.OOC4ti.50 ;
Golden Sheaf bourbon and rye whiskies
Sl.VX33.Oa Brandies , Imported , 85.0038.50 ;
domestic , 5Lsa33.oo. , ( Jins , Imported , 84.50
MO.OO ; domestic , 81.25 ( 3.X1 Champajmes ,
HIDES Green butchers , 5g ( < 5c ; green
cured. 7c : dry flint. ll12c ( ; drv salt ® 10c ;
creen calf skins , frX'c ; damaged nides ,
two-thirds price. Tallow SVc , Grease-
Prime white. 3XerellovT. 2 , ' * c ; brown , l ' f
Sheep Pelts. 25O75C.
AXD anixs The following price
are for prime , well handled skins : Beaver ,
prime , clean per pound , S1.50Q3.00 : fall , 51.21
(32.00 ( ; meatvnnd inferior. Sl.dOQl.25. Bear ,
blown and grizzly. iP5.00@S.OO ; nubs nnd
yearlings , Si v34.6o. Badger. W > 3COe , Cat ,
wild , 20i ( oc : domestic , black , 10y 15e : do
mestic , sundrv colors. 5@xi. ! Fox. red , 81. OC
Q1.25 ; cross , 52-00 < g4.0U : grey , 40 Wc ; silver ,
810.00@40.00. FlsherJ 4.00 ( 0.00. OUer.S4.OC
( § 0.00. Murtln. 81.00(8175 ( , Muscrat , win
ter , large. lOc ; fall. 5e ; kitts. Mink , clargc
dark , 3ig40c ; small aud pale , 15@0c. ' liac-
eoon. large prime , 40 < gAOc ; small and inferior ,
20@50c , Skunk , common. 15g25c , Wolf ,
large grey. 81,50(32.50 ; coyote or prairie 75 ( §
90c , Deer and antelope , winter , per pouna
15c ; fall and summer , per pound 20 < x
Dry
DIMINSIONS AND '
\is \ ftlii ftjw fti8 ] ft amis n ft
, 16.00 , 18oj'l7.0ol8.00 ! ' ! ! 19.00 M.a ZX.-
16.03:10 : 00i7.00 ; 18.00 19.00 JJ.W S1K
US 18.00 18.00 17.00 18.00 t .00zi.WSI.M ;
. , 18.110 18.00 17.CI ) 18.00 19.00 S.50I3.U
* * * AU. JUj4U.W I * V/ll0.m | t9.l > M.i .OU * IA
2x12 I8.W 16.00 K-OO'IS-OO ' 19.00 S3JOZIK
4ii-gia lin.oolia.oo'is.to'ig.eio ' ' 30.0D ajfifa'a-M '
Ne.1 , 4&fllnchmndl4U0ft. rough..J18.50
No.a,4 < kOlnch. 12audit ft. , rouxh. . . 15.0(1 (
LIME , ETC.
Quincy while lime , ( best ) , .arx
Akron cement , 2.75 ; niJr 2i <
BOARDS.
No. 1 Com. si * , , , . moo
Xo.2 " " l.VM
No. 3 " " 15.00
N 4 u " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16.00
SIIIINO.
A , 12 , 14 and 16 ft S21.M
U , " " t 20.00
0. " " " 1.V.OO
D , 11.50
rr.it.ivn AND PAKTITIOS.
l t com. , J4' In White Pine CellliiR. . . .S34.CW
lid " " . . . 2S.OO
2d com. , \ In Norway Pine Celllnp. . . . 14.00
ri.ooni.vr .
A Cinch , white pilie , aw ) C $26.ro
E 61ncn. " " ( Sel Fon'c ) 19.00
STOCK noAr.ns.
A 12 Inch s. ls.4V.OC SM.50
Xo. 1 , com. 12 in s. 1 s. , 12.V-14 SM : 10 Itl3.uo
Xa 2. " " " " 17.50 ; " 16.50
.
IMand 2d. clear , iw inch , . 3 s . S.WV )
Rd , clear , 1 inch , s.3 s & 4i l .lH.sln 4VO
B clear , 1 Inch. s. 2 s ! .50l ; < , li,2 in 37.00
Mill' LAP.
Xo. 1 , plain , S nnd 10 in . S1S.M )
s-ot'Tiir.UN vr.i.LOw rixu.
Com. 4 and 0 in. ilooiinc . S17.'iO
Clear , union , 1 and 1U in. s. 2s . 20.00
, " porrucatrd Cflllui ; , 4 In . 24.'iO
" Yellow pine caMng and ba > e . 27.W
I'ickcts , D and H Hat S-'U.W ) : n A H sq.S2D.M
snixotr.5. LATH.
XX clear . ? S 00
A ManJard . 2.7S
* A 11.11. nndB . iW
*
White Cedar , fi In. . ss.Wl < c : 0 In. qrs..llc
5K in. Hs , HSc ; & in. qrs.0c
THE RAILWAY TIME TABLES ,
OMAHA.
Arr\e !
Unialm Omaha
UN'IOX PACIFIC.
Depot 10th and 1'ierco sts.
1'acliic Exprc.-.s 7Vati : ) ] 8:00 : pm
Denver Express ri:20jim,10.Vi : : am
* Loeal Express 11:00 : am 5:05 : pm
* Except Sunday.
B. A M. n. 11. U.
Depot 10th nnd 1'acitic s
Mall ami K\iirr > > s % M5 pm,10:00 , am
XiclitExpress 10:00.im : 7:45 : pm
0. U.A Q. 1L It.
Depot lOtJi and Pacific sts.
Mall and Express P:00 : am 0:00 : pm
Chicapo Express 7:10 Dm 9:20 : am
K. C. St. J , A 0. B. ,
Depot 10th and 1'AcItic sts.
Mall ; 7:10 pm 9:00 : am
Express * JtXaints:45 : ) : pm
'Except Monday.
tExcept Saturday.
C. St. P. M. A O.
Depot IStti and Webster st ,
Sioux City Express 5:45 pm 8:15 : am
* BaneroHAecommod tion 10:30 : am 5:45 : pm
Except Sunday
MISSOUKI PACIFIC.
Depot IMh and Webster st.
Day Express 6.35 am il:10 am
Nleht Express 6:00pm : 9:10 : pm
Lincoln Express Ilo0aui 6:10 : pin
UNION STOCK YAKDS Leave
THA1NS. US Y'ds. Omaha
Except Sundav. 0:09 : a in * (515am ( ;
Trains leavins U. P- de * 7:0.jnm :
pot in Omaha at 10:55 : a. * SlOnm :
m. , 5:05 p. m. and 8:20 : p. P:30ntn : 10:00 : am
in. , nnd the e leavine * 10Slam 10:55 : am
Union stock yards &tCX ( ) ll:85nm : 2:00pm :
n. in. and 10:51 : a , m. are 2SOpm : 30.pm ;
throuch passenger trains : 35pm : 4:05pm :
all others nre regular stock * 5:05pm :
yaids dummy trains be Gilopm 5:25pm :
tween stock yards and * S:25pa' : 'S:00pm :
Omaha. s20pin
, Leave I l eave
U.P. BRIDGETRAIXS. Transfer Omalia.
Except Sunday , :12ami : tOS5am :
tConnects with S. C. A * 8 ; 15am , * 7:35am :
P. at Council Bluffs. 9 25am ij:00am :
T , Connects with C. B. A 9 42 am H8:40am :
Q. , C. A N.V. . , C. M. A * 10 :87am10:00am [ :
St. P. , O.K. I. A P. at It :47am : 11.10am
Council Bluffs. * l :30ptni : * l:00pm :
Connects with W. St1 2 :37pm : 2.-00pm
L. it P. at Council Bluffs. , S 37 pm
( Connects \ \vlthalleven- :37pm , 8:00 : pm
ing trains for Chlejuo at 5 :50prn : 4:00pm :
Council Blaffs. Trains 6 :42pm 5:00 : pm
leave Omaha at Union :10pm : 5:30pui :
Pacific depot , 10th and :42 pm | ClOpm :
Pierce streets. :50pm : 7:00pm
:47 : pm 8l5pm :
. ' 55pm 10:00pm :
I ll:10prn :
COUXCIlj BLUFFS.
Proposals for Military Supplies ,
IlEADQUARTKHSDEI-AIlTNESTOr THK I'LATTE. )
Office ot Chief Quartermaster , V
Uraolia , Neb. , Mnrcb - atli , 18S7. |
O EALED Proposals , In triplicate , subject to
O usual conditions will be received t ti ! B
olHce until 12 o'clock noon ( central standard
time ) on dates nuracd bcrcalter , at which tlniei
and place they will be opened In presence of
bidders , for furnishing and delivery of fi'ol ,
forage , straw and charcoal , during the
Bfcal year commencing July 1st , 1M7 , at
each of the follow lag military posts and
stations. Omaha depot , Cheyenne depot ,
Ogden depot , Forts ( Jamba , Niobrara , Hob-
Inson. SiilniT. D. A. Ru ell. llrld er. Laramie ,
McKInney. NVnstiakle. Du Chcsne and Dourlas ,
Camp P.lot lliitto at Hock Spring's , Wyo. , Val
entine. Neb. . Lusk , Wyo. , Douglas , Wyo. , Haw-
ling , Wyo. , Price. Utah , nnd the Department
Rllle Itanse at Urllevue , Neb. Proposals for
wood , coal and charcoal will be opened Satur
day , April30th , 187. . Proposals for hay , straw ,
craln and bran will bn opened TurtJny , May
Htb.lM. Except at Omnntt depot , proposals
will also bo received up to tbo name hour ( cen
tral time ) by the quartermasters at each station
above named , for supplies required for bis
station only. Proposals will be received at this
office until May Htli.lsST. for Eiippbinp irrnfn
and bran nt Kawllnsand Cirter , Wyo. , and also
nt Salt Lake City and Price Station , Utah.
Preference will be sriven to articles of domes
tic production and manufacture , conditions of
price and nimlllty bcln ? equal , and such pref
erence will be ( riven to articles of American
production and manufacture produced on the
Pacific coast to the extent of the consumption
io-julred by the public service there. Proposals
for either class of the stores mentioned or for
quantities lns than the wboie required will be
received. The jrovernmt-nt reserves the npht
to reject any or all proposals or to accept any
proposal for a lc s quantity thin tbo total bic
for. Ilia n it proposals find full Instructions vrll
bo furnished on application to this office or to
the quartermasters t the various posts named
Envelopes containing proposals should t > n
marked "Proposals for - , nt - , '
and sd ires ted to tbo undersigned or to the re
spectlvo post quartermasters
Quartermaster , U. S. A , , Chief QuKrti'rinatter
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED proposals will be received at the
office of tbe secretary of the Hoard of Edu
cation of tbe School District of Omaha , m the
county of Douglas , In the state of Net ranks
until 4 o'clock p. ra. Monday , April llth , 1837
for tbe erection of a two-story twelve-room
brick school building to be erected on tbe south
west corner of 2Mb and Webster streets. In ac
cordance with plans and specifications to bo
seen at the office of Lietz & Litcnscr , archl
tects.
The Doard reserves the right to reject any or
all bids.
By order of the Hoard of Education.
midat ) CUAIILES CONOVKH , j-ecretarr.
FMNK D. HEM ;
Carpenter and Builder ,
FINE CABINET WORK A SPECIALTY
Telephone 660.
SOD South Mxtccuth Street.
flmaha Jobbers' Directory.
Agricultural Implements.
"CJIURCIIILL
WholtMlt Df 1 r In
Agricultural Implements , Wnjrons ,
utid liner" ' ' . Jonct ttrnL t t n Pth
JUlb.Onj hi\ ,
L1X1XGEK f MKTCALFCO. ,
Asrlcnltural Implement * ,
t. Kie. . Who1r l . Oirh .
LEE , FRIED C CO7
Jobbers of Hnrdwnre and Xnlln ,
warr. liprt Iron , Ktf. Arrnti for How *
nd Mlnml l'o Jfrro Om h . .Srh.
Afrrirnhural Irajilcmcntii.
Vxfor.i dnrl Buetlo. 901 , P03. 1KU > nd 907 , Jontf H
Artists' Material.
.4. HOSPE. JK. ,
Artists' Materials , Pianos and Orprflns ,
Builders' Hard wart and Scales.
JTIME11 AUGW TAYLO
Inililprs'Hanl ware * Scale Repair Shop
' Tooli n < 1 Buffalo 5r ] pi. HT6 lcua ! tu ,
Ouahft. Neb.
Soots and Shoes.
rri v/ >
SHOE
ManuUcturf r tcct Wholrole I > eal n In
Boots and Shoes ,
omrlf tc tpfk of Robber ( > oo < l lT Tf on hand
W. ' S. 1Mb St. , ( lni ! i , > rb. A. T. Auttln , Apcnt.
ir. r. .MOUSE < * co.
tloblipra of Hoots and Shoes.
1111 Farr.tm t. , Omnhit , N > b. Wnnuttclorj , Summer
Href t , llotton.
Z. T. Ll 'USEl' d ! C'U.
Wholosnlo Rubber HoiN anl Shoes
Uubl > cr r.iul OllcJ Clolhlnir nnd Felt Hoots
and Shoes. Soutlii'nM ( "orncr HlU unJ l > ouirln .
Beer.
M. KEATIXG ,
Agrt. for Anheuscr-Bush Brewinp Ass'n
fippcl&l nr&ndo. Fault , Rvdwelrcr und Erlancfr.
STORZ f ILER ,
Laper Beer Brewers ,
1MI North l ih Ptrcet , Omaha , Neli.
Butchers' Tools.
LOUIS HELLER ,
Butchers' Tools and Supplies ,
iautace Cailngs of all klndi nlwajdn ( lock. Uli
Jon t.Omaba
Coffee , Spicet. Etc.
CLARKE BROS. f CO. ,
Omaha Coffee and Spice Mills.
TM > . Ootrpei.SBtrrt. Daklni 1'owdfr ,
trmcta , l uuiry Blu * . Ink , Rtc. K14-1C n JC 7
btrtt , Omaha , > .b ,
HATES , COLE .1 MILES ,
Home Coffee and Spice Mills M'f'f Co.
Cnfrre Roa trra and RptceOrlndfn. Manafaciuren
of Baking Powder , Fl orlnK Kitract * . Bluing. Etc.
Tr one carp of onr ! a packhBft Home Bleed Koat-led
Oi3r * . l > n > Honarrt ft. . imih . .N t-
Cornice.
EAGLE COR\JCE WORKS ,
John Epencter , Prop.
Uarnfaeturer of Galtanlted Iron and Cornle * . C39
l > edie and 103 and ISi N , 10th _ .
RUEMPIXG C KOLTE ,
Manufacturer * of
Ornamental Galvanized Cornices.
Dormer \VlnJont , Kln.iV.WetdllctkjlIfht.elc. S10S.
12ti < tOnMi .
y CORX1CE WORKS ,
C. Specht , Prop.
Jalranlrpd Iron Cornier * , ptc. SiTcfflnproTpd Pa
ent MetallcSkjIiiht. MS andild S.Ulh puOinab * .
Carpets.
OMA1IA CARPET CO. ,
Jot > b.ra of
Carpets , Curtains , Oil Cloths ,
I.lLOleuma , Mattlnga , Etc. 1511 Douglai itreri.
S. A. ORCHARD ,
Wholesale Carpets , Oil Cloths ,
Uattlnft , Curtnin Goodi. Etc. 1(23 Kimam Street ,
Omaha. Neb.
Crockery and Motions.
JT. L. WRIGHT ,
.Ag.Bt for tbe Manufacturer * and Importer ! of
Crockery , Glassware ,
Lampi , CblmDCT * , etc. Office , IK Buuth Utb at.
Omaba , Neb.
Commission and Storage.
D. A. HURLEY ,
Commission and Jobbing1.
Better. Z iand Produce. ConilenmcDta rolirltaO.
Ileadquartera for Mooeware , Berry Roxea and
tirapo Batketa. llll DodgetlreetOmaha.
PEYCKE BROS. ,
Commission Merchants.
uce and Prorlilonf , Omaha , Neb.
W. E. RlfiDELL ,
Storage and Commission Merchant.
Specialties Batter. Tter * . Cbeeie. Poultry. Gam. ,
Oj-t r , Ktc. , Etc. 112 South 14lh rtreet.
WIEDEXAX C CO. ,
Produce Commission Merchants ,
Pcnllrj , Butter , Game. r'iun § , etc. 2X1 B. llttoit
Omaha , Neb ,
Coal antf Lime.
Qzo. r' . 1A BAQII. Prpt. r. T. OootiwAN. T. Pica.
J. A. hDNUIKLANB. Sec , and Treaa.
OMAHA COAL , COKE iC LIME
COMPANY ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal.
209 South Thirteenth Street , Omaha , Neb.
J. J. JOHXSOX rf CO. ,
Manufacturers of Illinois White Lime.
And Shipper * of Coal and Coke. Oraenu PlatUr ,
IJae.lUlr.blre Brick , Drain , Til. and fewer Pipe ,
onto * . Paiton Hotel , rarnmm it. . Omaha , Neb.
Telephone 811.
Confectionery.
J * . P. FATA CO. ,
Manufacturing : Confectioners ,
Jobber ! of Frolti.NuU and Clean. Ull rarcam BL.
Omaha.
Cigars and Tobacco.
MAX MEYER tC CO. ,
Jobbers of Cigars , Tobacco ,
Onnt and Ammunition , 515 to 223 f. 1Kb it. , 10X ) to
JIC4 rarnam at. , Omaha , Ned.
WEST < K FRITSCHER ,
Manufacturers of Fine Clears ,
And Wholesale Dealer * to Leaf Tobaeeoa , Noi. 1
and 110 N. * 4th itrect. Omaha.
Dry Goods.
M. E. .SMITH ( f : CO , ,
Dry Goods , Furnishiugr Goods & Notions
1105 and lift DoniIn , cor. llth St. . Omaha. Neb.
Distill'ert. '
Dlitlllen of Uqnon. Alcohol acfl Spirit ! . Importer !
and Jobber * of WlneianJ Liquor * .
WILLOWSPRIXGS DISTILLS'f
CO. and ILER tt > CO. ,
Importer * and Jobbert of Fine NYloei and Liquor * .
Bole m nul ctur n of Kennedr'i Rait India Bit *
ten tnil IKimrtllc Liquor * . 1112 llamey SU
Drain Tile , Etc.
H , lI.S l'CH.Prei. J.W.Binroitn Sec.ATr.ai
it. j. CARBON , v.prei. and BUPU
THE 17.V/OJV HYDRAULIC
DRAIN TILE CO. ,
OSce > l > P. Hth iu Omiba , Neb. Machinery an < 2
EupplleiforUanuiictunng Cement Drain Tile.
ELEVATORS.
HW. ROOEnS , 1) . S. IIAHIIIOE
1'c * . r.9Tviu.iiiFn 1671. Vleo-l'rpi
OMAHA ELEI'ATOlt < tml GRAIX
CO.1liM.Vr
Jobbers and Storers ol Grain.
hlpajeiits Jf l > i < i < till < i i
ruarnntoeil. Umban Nrb.
furniture.
DEWEY C STOXE ,
Wholesale Dealers In Furniture.
IircamtU OmahaNeb.
Omaha Jobbers' Directory.
Groceries ,
1 AXTOX , GAljLA , . . „ , , . ,
Wholesale Groceries and Provision ! ,
Ko ; TK.TOT. TTC and ; US. 1Mb SU. Omaha. N > b.
McCORD , BRADY , f CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
h uriil If Tnwortti M . , Om k .
w. , r.
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Pprleg * . Waron Sloe * . Hardware Lumber , no. IM
and nil lUrnr ; ft , Omibl.
EDXEY , r GIBBOX ,
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
W eon mjrmrrlti Woo.1sio < k , UTOTT lltrdwar *
r.ic. m ; nd ii L Tf nworih > u Hm lii > , Ntb.
MILTOy ROGERS .C SCLV.S , '
Stores , Rnnjrej , Furnaces , Tiles ,
Mtntlci.GiaUi , nraMGiKxli. 1TS1 nd 1S3 ftratm
Strpct.
/ron tVorks.
Iron Works ,
Wfniiht nrt r H Iron Bulldlns Wnrt. Iron . < Ulni ,
lt lllnr ( , Bflml fin < llnlfr . Slf m Knclnm. ArM
\Tcrku n r l Fcmodrj , Mariner nit Hurktmlth
ork. Offlcc lWorli , C. I1. Hj. ndl7thMlr u
F. II. UCMANUS. r. H'tUVAN.
OMAHA WIIiEtflROX WORKS ,
MnnufacturrrB of
Wire nnd Iron Knillncs. Desk Rails ,
Wl'i lpw (3a rd , Kloner Slnnd. , Wire Slcnn , Klo
UJN.lfJth. Orrtcrj lij mMI pronipllr nttcndpdt * .
Lumber.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. ,
I > pM ' _ AllKlDdtof
Building : Material nt Wholesale.
1Mb Street and Union PaclBc Track , Omaha.
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer in Lumber. Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Door * , Etc , TardCorner7th and Douslai ; Corner
Mb and DunElii * .
CHICAGO LUMBER CO ,
Wholesale Lumber ,
114 S. 14th utrpet.Omaha Neb. J. Colpcuer. Mar. ter.
C. JV. DIETZ ,
a
Lumber.
l.tth and Callforcla street * . Ore ha , Neh.
FRED W. GRAY ,
Lumber , Lime , Cement , Etc. , Etc.
O/r.rtb and Dougtai it * , Omaha.Ne .
HOAGLAXD ,
Lumber.
T. W. HARVEY LUMBER CO. ,
To Dealers Only.
Offlf * . 140 > Farnam itreel. Omaha.
CHAS. R. LEE ,
Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood Carpiu and Parqiet rioorlcc. 9th and lou laj
Omaha.
JOHXA. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc ,
Imported end American Portland Cement. Pl U
AfentforMllwdikee Hydraulic Cement and Iett
tjulncy White Lime.
Life Stock.
STOCK YARDS CO. ,
Of Omaha.
Limited. John F. Bora. Buperlntecdept.
Lift Stock Commission.
M. BURKE C SOXS ,
Live Stock Commission.
_ , _ O o. Burie , Manner
Union Sloe * Tart ? , B. Omaha. Telephone f .
SAVAGE , C GREEX ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
Shipment * of anj and all kind * of Block < jllOJte4.
L'nlcai Stock Yard * . Omaba , Neb.
and Motions.
I. OBERFELDER dJ CO. ,
Importer * and Jobber * of
Millinery and Notions , J
1J13 and HIS Harney Ft-eet , Omaha. Neb. '
Motions.
J. T. JIOBIXSOX" yOTIOX CO.t
Wholrtalo Dealer * la
Notions and Furnishing : Goods ,
403 and 4QS B. Tenth PL , Omaha.
Overalls.
CAXFIELD MAXUFACTURIXQ
COMPAXY ,
Manufacturers of Overalls ,
leans TinU. Shlru , Ktc. 1103 and 1104 Uouzlit Street.
Omaba , Nrb.
Paper Boxes
J. L. WILKIE ,
Manufacturer of Paper Boxes ,
hBU Omaha. Nebruka. Orderi by maili >
lloltedand wlllr.ce.lT. pr.mpt attenUon.
Printing.
REES rRixTnrcT COMPANY
Job Printers , Blank Book Makers.
A d Book Binder * . 106 and IM South Kourteenlfc
Itreet. Omaha , Neb.
WESTERXNEWSPAPER UNION
Auxiliary Publishers.
DlerilnTy * .Pre i and Prlotera'Bappll.a. HI
Poutk Twelfth Ftreet.
BROWXELL < C CO. ,
Manufacturer * and Dealer ? In
Engines , Boilers & General Machinery
Bbept Iron work , Steam Pumnr.Baw Mill * . Acme
bhaftlnc , Dod * Wood * pllt PuIIeyi , Belting , etc ,
Alto wiioni , rcrapen.and talctie * . 1213UUL a *
Tennorth tl. Omnba
RECTOR WJLHELMY CO. , 1
Wholesale Hardware. *
Weitern acent * for JefTenon Fuel Ntll * . Amtri
Powder Co , Kalrbank * Standard Scale * . Corner
10th acd Harney. Omaha.
CHURCHILL PUMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pumps , Pipe , Fittings ,
aamand Water Supplle * . Headquarter * fir ill
Ko3 > tCo'Uoo'l > . lllllarnam it.Omaba.Neb.
A. L. STRAXG CO. ,
Pumps , Pipes and Engines.
Btm. Water , Railway and Milling Supplier. EM.
HOy3andRiKamam it. , Omaha , Net.
U. S. WI D EXGIXE and PUMF
COMPAXY.
DilladaTWInd Ullni eieam and Water Hupplle * ,
Plumbing Good * . Belting. HOIP. 9IS and ' .OU far-
uam * t. , Umaba. 8. K. Kelton , Maoacer.
Telephone No. 110.
Safes , Etc.
P. BOYER < ? CO. ,
Agents for Hall's Safe A. Lock Co.s'
Fire and Burc'ar Proof Bifei , Time Ixick , VaulU
and Jail Work. 10JJ I aruara * treet Omaha , N.t > .
G. AXDREEX ,
Omaha Safe Works.
tlanuftctnrertof Fire acd Burglar Pioof Safer. Vault
Dee , Jjll Wnrlcshut er * und WlruorL. . for.
Ittb uncJ Jackion M * . , Owiba , N b ,
Sash , Doors , Etc.
M.A. DISRROir.t : CO. ,
WholeialeManufactareriof
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
Branch officenth and Uir.1 tt . , Oaths.yt .
BOHX" MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers , of Sash , Boon , Blinds ,
llould'jiiifUlrWorkand Interior Hard Wood rinlih
Jut ou < n d. N. K. cor. Bib and Lcaieowurtlihi * .
Omaba , Neb.