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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE ; jftHUKSPAY , MAY 11) ) . 1887.
"OFF DAY" IN WHEAT ,
Encouraging Orop News Makes the Orowd
[ } Feel Bcarisb ,
PLUNGERS RAID THE MARKET.
Corn Ilccctptn SlinwttiK Up CoriHlilcr-
nbly Ijnriccr Thnn hast Week
The Cattle Traito Slow-
General Quotations.
onioAoo riionucE MA.RKHT.
OnicAoo , May 18. [ Special Telegram to
the DIK. : | This was nn "off day" In the
wheat market , spcculatlYuly considered.
Uio | ) news Is coining In favorably tlicso diiys ,
ami tlio budget of encouraging Intelllgunco
from tlio Held was unusually heavy this
inornlnk' . This iiiado the crowd inoru bearIsh -
Ish than It would have heen othurwlso. Thu
nuthorltatlvo statement that Ariuuur wns In
no manner Interested In the deal caused un
easiness nmuni ; "tailors , " and a good many
who had bought on the theory that the "old
man" was behind It , prepared to slldo out
when they wcru formally Intioduced to the
facts. Local plungers found the market In
the right condition for a raid , and they
jumped on It , carrying Juno from b'Jc down
tob7 ; < c , July from MJ c to & 5's ; ' < 3W c , and
August from Sic to 8'iJ c. The clique houses
undo no attempt to support the market until
Juno got down to bSc , when they put In an
appearance , checked thu' decline and turned
the current upward. They didn't buy much ,
because the miscellaneous crowd of opera
tors In the pit wouldn't trade with them.
Un the reaction Juno got back to SS ; c ,
July to 855fc , and August to We. The 1
o'clock range was at slight concessions from
these figures , June standing at fetJj @S8 c ,
J uly fcOX@ * > Jfc and August 83 fc. The tone
of the market was not very strong at any
stage of the trading and operations were con
ducted on a scale of minor maenitude.
Corn receipts arc showing up larger this
week. So tar this week , as was piedlcted
last Saturday , the \\enther continues line and
there 1ms been rain enough for the present
where moisture was needed. Under these
inlliieticis and In sympathy wlili the weak
ness In wheat , the market was heavy to-dav ,
with a downward tendency to prices. Specu
lative tradlnowas under nn avcnuu and be
yond the shrinkage In values , which
amounted to J e during the regular session.
the day was an uneventful one. July opened
at 41c , or ychterday's closing pi Ice , de
clined steadily to Wjfc , with but limited
trading at the Inside , nnd before the close
leached about { c , 1 o'clock quotations stand
ing at 41ij41 ( c , Juno tested at U'J'aC and
Auguest at 41c.
Oats were weaker , both for cash nnd fu
ture delivery. seller Juno broke from ii7c
at the opening to v:0/y@ : ' , ! < ; % o ami July Irom
JSc ! to T % ( < l'ilc. both options closing at the
bottom at 7 o'clock.
In the provision pit the day was slow and
uninteresting. Traders of all classes showed
even creator disinclination to take hold , and
as there was no Increase In outside orders
the business transacted barely reached a
moderate volume. A quiet , Indifferent feel
ing , In a word , held full control , and for the
speculative lines lard and short ribs easier
prices prevailed. In laid , based on last
night's closings , the decline at 1 o'clock
amounted to 5@T c nnd In short ribs to Cc.
Fluctuations In the.se articles were also con-
lined ton small range , being only B@7Xc In
lard and 7Wn In short ribs. I'ork was ad
vanced WaiTSc and wns quoted at 831..10 for
cash , Mnjuind Juno. Cash laid was held 2 > c
under the June market
APtKiiNoox SESSION Wheat was easier ,
Juno closing at bSJ c , July ntXSJ c. August
nt bllKc. Corn was easy : Juno S'JJ o bid ,
July 41c bid , August 41c bid. Oats wore
easier ; cash sold nt 25Xc , May about 25c ,
June MKe asked. July ST c bid. Pork was
nominally , S'Jl.50 for cash , May and June.
Lardclosed UKQSe lower.
CHICAGO LilVU Bl'OCK.
CHICAGO , May 18. fSpeclal Telegram tc
the UKK.I CATTMS. Trade was rather slow ,
especially at the opening , with buyers slow
to get around or make olfers. Yesterday
BRlesmen wore not compelled to hunt up buy
ers , but to-day they were busy In that direc
tion , nnd In many cases they w ro not suc
cessful. Shipping orders were light , the
market closing very dull , with several lots
unsold. As to prices there wns a variety ol
opinion. Some salesman who had exactlj
what a buyer wanted quoted prices steady
others that had stock that wns of "oil" stylf
nnd quality quoted It a strong lOo lower
Ucpves , fancy , 84.00(35.15 ( ; good , 84.40@4.75
common , S4.00 < $4.40 ; stackers and feeders
! 3.75r ( 4.'i5 ; cows , bulls and mixed , S2.00 ( < ;
4.00 ; bulk , fiUXK&l.ilO ; Texas grassers , 53.01
@ : i.OO ; meal-fed cattle , 83.MK34.a5.
UOOH. Trade was active , with a slight up
turn at the opening in some of the division !
nnd a slight downturn in others , yet , taken
altogether , there was little or no change
compared to yesterday. Common mixed ma >
bo quoted at S4.7.4.bO ) ! best mixed , S4.WX ;
4.0ft ; butcher weights and best heavy , § 5.0
© .MO ; light , 84.40@4.50 ; Yorkers , 84.80 ( <
CbS ; Singeing pigs , 84.05(35.00. (
lave STOCK.
Ohloaao , May 18. The Drovers' Jour
nal reports as follows :
Cattle Receipts. 8,000 ; shade lower ; ship
plngstcers , S4.eO@5.15 : stockers and lection
82.7M3.25 ; cows , bull ! nnd mixed , S3.00 < <
4.00 ; bulk , $3.00@30 ; Texas cattle , 83.00G
4.3o ,
Hogs Receipts , 10,500 ; slow nnd closlni
60 lower ; rough and mixed , S4.GftT$4.0. > ; pauk
Ingand shipping , S4.1XX35.15 ; liglit , 84.559
4-00 ; skips. Sa.oo@4.50.
Sheep Receipts , 0,000 ; shade lower ; nl
Bhorn , natives , S8.i ( 4.M : western. 83.50G
. ! & ; Texans,8i.OOC : i3.00 ; lambs , 13.00(34.00. (
Nation ? ! titoclc Varcln Kaat HI
LiouU , III. , May 18. Cattle-Receipts , 3.000
shipments , tiJO ( ; steady ; choice heavy nn
live steers , S4.00@5.00 ? ; snipping steers
84.0004.5.1 ; butchers' stecrs.falr to choice
S3. 70 4. 10 ; fair to good feeders , 83.C034.2C
Hogs Receipts , 4,000 ; shipments , 1,000
active and a shade tinner : choice heavy am
butchers' selections , 85.00(35.15 ( ; pack inn
fair to good. S4.85@5.00 ; Yorkers , medium t
prime. | 4.C534.bO ! ; pigs , common to good
84.0034.CiO.
Kaniaa City , Mav IS. Cattle Receipts
1,000 ; shipments , 1.HOO ; barely steady ; coin
moil to choice. 8.75(24.40 ( ; stockers. SW.GOC
S.'O ; feeding steeis , 83.S3 < g3.yO ; cows , S'J.l
@ ' ! .bO.
Hoes Receipts , 11,000 : shipments , 4.00C
steady to strong ; common to choice , JM,10 (
4.70 ; skips and } > lgs , 82.50(34.00. (
Liverpool. May 18. Wheat Fin
and demand good ; holders otter moderately
Corn Quiet , steady and unchanged ; nt"
mixed western , 4s IJid per cental.
FINANCIAL.
NEW YOIIK , May 18. [ Special Telegrai
to the UKK.I STOCKS. The stock tnarki
showed a little diminution ot tlio bull fovt
to-day. Some stocks \vlilcli have been bulle
out o ( proportion to the rest ot the marla
Hhowed sltcns ot weakness , but others vet
very strong. Gould stocks suemed to bo tli
favorites and tlio story was cliculated tin
Gould had IInally concluded to takea han
In bulling lib properties. Missouri Paclt
gained 3 per coin before noon and Text
1'aclllc , Kansas & Texas and Western Unlo
' ; * wcro In good demand at advancing prices
i1 * The strcncth of Could properties caused
decidedly lirni feeling throughout the cnth
list. The London market quickly respontli
to the bull feeling and the closing Londu
prices showed a good gain. The story w ;
' that Northwestern was lagged at I'M at
the market never dropped raoro than } g pi
cent under that figure. Now England move
up sharply on the report that a quiet pool hi
been formed to manipulate ) a bl ) ; advance I
It Hocking Valley dropped i ! per cent c
unfavorable reports from Columbus rcgar
liiK the limitation In which It Is Intereste
now progress , but subsequently rallied
fraction. The talk was still very bullis
especially on St. Paul , which was bought 1
large blocks by Chicago people. At noon tl
market was very strong , sales to that ho
aggregating 187,000 shares. A genuine boo
vita developed , extending throughout tl
whole list before the close. New Ennlat
advanced 3 per cent and all Gould stocl
wcro up 1 to IX per cent. Vanttcrbllt'fl and
Grangers advanced to tha highest point
readied this year. St. Paul sold at
O'i and was quoted as having advanced 1
percent In London , just bef ore the close ot
that market. liuttonsccd oil certificates
moved up n paint and there was soinu talk of
a pool having been formed to put them up 10
points hlghcrr. Although the market was
the broadest and strongest seen for a lone
time. The market closed at top prices
of the day. The total sales were about
400,000 shares.
GOVEU.VMKNTS Government bonds were
dull but linn.
YESTHHDAY'S QUOTATIONS.
U.S.C's 100 1C. AN. W 120
U. . 4'8 coupon. 120 I do preferred. . . . IW
U. B. 4U'scoup .UO' ' N. i.O llPtf
PacillciFsot 'U5..1'JOUO , It. Ac N lOIJf
CanadaSoutli'n. . OI K ) . T. 34 %
Cuiittal I'licllli ! . . 4Ui 1'aclllcMall & > } $
Chicago A Alton. ! . > } P..D. A0.v. ] . . . VfS
do iireforrod. . . . 10 J Pullman I'ul.Uar.
0. , 1) ) . A ' ( ) . 1.15 Heading
O. , L. it W .
preferred
liako.Shoro. . . . . . Jlf'i Texas P.tullic. . . . SW-V
L. AN ( ' . ) „ Union 1'iicllic. . . . C2" '
Michigan Cent'l. . \V.St. KA1' . . . . Bl f
Mo. I'acllic < lo preferred. . 37 ;
Nn , l'.icilio \V. U. Telegraph 77 ,
do preferred. . . . Kt-dlv.
Sto.VKv o.v CALL Easy at 4(25 ( per cent ;
closi-d ollcred at 5 per cent.
I'UIMK AlEltCANTJI.K 1'AI'EIS 5Qi)4 ! ) per
cunt.
SrKiit.iNcu : ExniANnn Dull , and tin-
clinnced at $4.&V { for sixty day bills ,
94b < j fordt'inaiul.
1'UOOUCIO SI
Chlcnco. May 18. Following quota
tions aiothu 2:3U : closing llittires :
o Flour Firm and unchanged ; \\lntor wheat
Hour , S1.2.-4.30 : coutnern , S4.10@4.0 ;
Wisconsin. S4.20@ . : ; o : .Mlclilgan soft
stirlnir wheat , 53.70 4.30 : Mlnnesotabakers.
S3.704.iU : ; patents , 4.5oa4.8J ; low cr.ules ,
S1.5i."Xj'J.lJ5 ; rye Hour , quiet at 83.23Q3.4U ; in
sarks and barrels , SS'ify.'O.
Wheat Qnlut most ot session ; opening at
stronger ligurus than thu close of yubturday
for June , and closing % WAv lower , cash ,
fcfiJiJc ; June , bSJ c ; July , S"ij < c.
Corn Opened a shaan lower than the close
yesterday anil closed about % c below
ycsteiday ; cash , 3S > u ; June , 3U5-10c ; July ,
41c.
41c.Oats
Oats Weaker , cash , 25Jfc ; June , C67-lCc ;
Uyo-gulft ,
Barlcy-'Nomliml at 57e.
Timothy Seed-Piime , 1.70@U71.
FlaxSeed-81.11.
Whlskv-Sl.lO.
Pork Dull , higher ; cash nnd Juno
S-n.50.
Lard Easy with fair trade ; cash , SO.G2 } ;
June. S0.05 ; July , 550.75.
Hulk Meats-Shoulders , S5.CO5.70 ; short
ribs , 87.10short clear , S7.50@7.75.
Uuttor Easier ; creamery , 10@19 > c ; dairy ,
14M18C.
Cheebc Easier ; full cream Cheddars , l
lie ; IliUs , ll dSUic ; young Americas ,
12o ; skims. 0 ( < s7c.
KKKS Firm at 10jf@llc.
llides Unchangeillieav.v ; green salted 7 c ;
lluht do , 75iOj8c ; salted bull hides , Cc ; green
salted calf , So ; dry Ulnt , 12 < j 13c : dry calf ,
13d14c ; deacons , 40e each ; dry salted , lOe.
Tallow Unchitiiired ; No. icountry , 4c ; No.
2,8 c ; cake , 4j c.
c.Koeo'oK Shipments.
Flour , bbls . 46.COI ) COJO ,
Wheat , bu . 8S.OUO 30,000
Corn , bu . 119,000 93.000
Oats , bu . 227,000 180.000
Itye , bu . 3,000 none
Barley , bu . 15,000 1,000
New Ifork. May 18.Vhcat Kecclpts.
117,000 ; exports , 820,000 ; spot lower and act
ive ; options opened about steady , later
ruled easier and declined , closing heavy at
bottom rates ; ungraded red , U4jlrgl.oo ( % :
No. ii red , 05 < c : No. 1 red , U9 > ic , June
closing at UO c.
Corn Uecelpts , 37,000 ; exports , 32,000 ; spot
lots generally steady , moderately active ;
options dull and leer , closing heavy ; un-
Kraded , 48K 41Ji3 ; JNo. 2 , 48c In elevator ,
49tfc delivered.
Oats Kocelptfl , 39,000 ; exports , none ;
steady and active ; mixed western , 34Q$36c ;
white western. 38@41c.
Petroleum Steady : United closed atC2J c.
Eves Firm and In fair demand ; western ,
ork Quiet and generally steady ; now
815.25@t5.50.
Lard Lower and moderately active ; west
ern steam , spot , 87.00.
Butter Dull and heavy ; western , 12@20c.
Cheese Quiet and weak.
Milwaukee. May 18. Wheat-Steady ;
cash , 82c ; June. 83jfc ; ; July , 84c.
Corn Weak ; No. 3 , 40c
Oats-Easier ; No. 2 , white , 30e.
lyo-lnllNo. ; 1 , 5Cc.
Barley Lower : No , 3 , 65J c.
Provisions Quiet ; porn , May , 814.50.
Cincinnati , May 18. Wheat In good
demand ; No 2 red , bO-87Kc.
Corn Easier ; No. 2 mixed , 42@42 > < jc.
Oats Scarce and linn ; No. 2 mixed , 31c.
l yo-Ste.idy ; No. 2 , OGc.
Pork Dull nnd nominal at S15.50.
haid-KasleratS0.5 > .
Whisky Quiet at $1.05.
St. Louis. May 18. Wheat Lower ; cash ,
85Kc ; June , 84Jic
Corn lllflicr ; cash , 39c ; June , 37 0.
Oats Dull ; casb , 27 > @ 27 c ; June , no
sales.
Pork Dull ; new , 815.75.
Lard-Quiet at SU.45.
Whisky Steady at $1.05.
Butter Quiet and easy ; creamery , 18@20c ;
dairy , I5@17c.
Afternoon Board Wheat Easier ; June ,
Kc ; July. 8i ; c. Corn-Quiet ; July ,
Oats Dull.
Kansas City , May 18. Wheat Steady ;
No. 3 red , cash , 72c ; Juno 72 fc.
Corn Stroncer ; No. 2 , cash , 35 c ; June ,
Sl'tfc ; July , 34Kc.
Oats No. 2 , cash , 30c asked.
Minnoapoili , May 18. Wheat Easier ;
No. 1 hard , May. 80 > c ; JUDO. Sltfc ; July ,
82 o : No. 1 northern , 83c ; No. 1 northern ,
May , 79 { c ; June , SOtfc ; July , 813fc ; No 'J
northern , cash , 78tfo ; June , 79c : July , 81Kc.
On track : No. 1 Hard , 81Kc ; No. 1 north
ern , bOX(3Slij ( ; No. 2 northern , 71 > o.
Flour Firm and in good demand ; pat
ents , 34.40i 4.50 ; bakers' . t3.50Q3.CO.
Keceiots Wlieat. 80,000 bu.
bhipments Wheat , 11,000 bu ; flour , 18,000
bbls.
bbls.New Orlonns , May 18. Corn Higher ;
No. 1 ; mixed , fi2c : whit" . 57c.
Oats Easier at 3737Ke-
Corn Meal Firmer at S2.40@2.45.
Hog Products Easier but not quolably
lower ; pork , 810.50.
Lard-50.r)0 C C2H.
Bulk Meats Shoulder ? , 85.80 ; Ion : cleat
and clear rib , 87.50.
O3IAUA LTlVK STOCK.
Wednesday , May 18.
Cnttlo.
The receipts of cattle were only about half
what they were yesteulay. ID addition tc
the fresh receipts there were about 100 head
on the iiiarKet that had been held over from
the day before. Tne market opened dull anil
slow , with very little doln ; . Later it livened
tip somewhat and a few bunches changed
hands. The market was about steady at yes
torday's prices. _
Hogs. ,
There was a falling oil In the receipts ol
hogs as compared with yesterday o ( 700 head
The market opened active at prices a littlt
stronger than yesterday. Taking the qiiallts
of hogs in consideration the market mlch
be called 5c higher In HOIIIU Instances. Tin
pens were cleared at an early hour , every'
a thing otlurcd on the market being sold.
e Sheep.
d There wcro a few in to-day ana sold
"
Ileculpw.
Cattle 4CX
UORS. , 3ax
Sheep 201
Prevailing I'rlcoi.
Showing the prevailing prices piid for II vd
slock on tola market :
Choice steers , V30J to 1500 IbJ. . . . 81.20m 2.5
Choice steers , 1100 to 13VJ Uu. . . 4.05 .15
Fat little steer UJJ to 1050 Ibs. . . . 3.0 1.03
Extra ciioicocows and heifers. . . . 3.4'M3.50
deed to choice corn-fe 1 cows. . . , 3.15023.30
Common to medium cows 3.00(23.10 (
Good to choice bulls 2.7.V23.2 }
Light and medium how 4.20 4.30
Good to choice heavy nogs 4.4.v < 4.M
Uood to choice mlxedho _ 8 4,35 ( 4.45
Ilepresontatiro dale * .
8TEEUS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
0. . . . 70S 3. < X > . 65..1333 4,15
IS..1009 S.Ori 24..15i'.7 4.CO
10..1013 4.00 41..1203 4.25
11 . . .1150 4.15
COWS.
No. Av. 1'r. No. Av. Pr.
1..10.V ) S2.75 10..1031 3.W
1. . . . 840 3.75 1..1100 3.50
3..1101 3 , : : i..nr)0 ar.o .
1..13S ) 3.35 0 . . .122S 3.70
I1UI.1.S.
No. Av. Pr.
2 . . .1753 53.20
lll'I.l.S AN * COWS.
No. Av. I'r.
10. . . . WJ S3.3o
I-lvo Stuck Sold.
Showing the number of cattle and hogs
bought by the leading buyers on to-day's
market :
lion * .
Anelo-Amerlcan Packing Co 2,534
( ! . 11. Hammond As Co 455
Llptou 114
Total . 3,13.1
lleldover . 13J
CATILU.
BurnsldPS&Co . 77
Clarke Hms . f , ' ,
U. 11. llanimond&Co . tti
Local . 04
Total . 248
Left over . 50
Local 210
Shipments.
Showing the number of eUtlo. ho'i nnd
Bheupslilpp'jd Irom tlio vards during thu dty.
CAT ! I.E.
No. cars. Ut. Dpst.
3 Mil Chicago
7 N W Chicago
linos.
2 N.W Chicago
>
' '
4 .U. 1. . Chicago
All sales ot stock in this mtrkot are made
percwt. llvo woliht unless otliorwlsa stated.
Dead hogs sell at % o per Ib. for nil weights.
"Skins , " or hogs weighing loss than 10J IDs.
no value. Pregnant sows are docked 4010s.
andstagsSa Ibs , by the public inspector.
Ijlvo Stock Notes.
Cattle steady.
Hogs stronger.
Everything sold.
A light run of cattle.
'
O. A'nderson , Syracuse , was in and sold n
load of cattle.
11. B. Nlc.idemus , Fremont , was In nnd
marketed two loads of cattle.
Samuel Dalton , Hlllsdalc , la. , was in nnd
old a load of hogs on the market.
W. 11. Beagle , Loup City , was in nnd mar-
etod a load ot cattle and two loads of tio.cs.
Mr. Logan , of the firm of Penn & Logan ,
Ilearwater , camu in with two loads of hogs.
Jim Marsh , Blue Springs , was in and sold
wo loads of cattle , 41 nead averaged 1203
, iul sold at 51.25.
AV. F. Drown , of the firm of lirown , Park-
urstACo. , and one of the oldest cotnmis-
lon men at the yards , was yesterday me-
entctl with a very line cane. Ab Waggoner
uadn a very neat presentation speech and
Mr. lirown , although taken by surprise , was
qual to the occasion , and after thanking his
nunds for their kindness , said : "Alter this
vhun you see mo luirrylni ! to catch a dummy
rain you can murmur , 'there goes lliown ,
vltli the best canu in town ; although a little
nine , ho will get there all the same. ' "
OMAHA. WaoLRS.\til3 MAKIIETS
General Produce.
Wednesday , May 18.
The following prices are/or round lota of
produce. < w sola on ttie market to-aui/ .
Eoas-Kcccipts light. The bulk of the
stock is moving at llftillj c.
BUTTKII There Is an occasional package
of fancy butter that sells above the quotations
given below. Chlce country , 13@l5c ; fair to
; end , lo@12c : common , OCguc.
CHEESE Fullcrcamcheddars,8ln'le,14J ! c ;
full cream llats , twins , 14) ) c ; Young Ameri
cas , 15c ; fancy Swiss , 18c ; Swiss , irn-
Dortcd , 25c : Limburger , 14c : brick. 15@10c.
LIVE POUI.THY Chickens , 83.00@3.i5. !
GAMI : Ducks , mallard , per doz. 82.00 ®
2.25 ; ducks , teal , per doz. 81.6001.75 ; ducks ,
mixed , per doz , S1.50Q1.75 ; geese , per doz ,
SU.OO@3.50 ; brants , per doz , S2.00 ; snipe ,
pentoz , S1.2t , rjlovci file.
POTATOES Home grown , small lots , from
store , 85@00c ; new potatoes , per bbl. S4.50.
ONIONS Now southnrn , pur bbl , 5J5.00.
CAHHAGU Now California stock sells at
Ai-ri.Ks Tlio market is bare and there Is
no stock of any account.
NEW VEOETAIILES Spinach , per bbl ,
$1.25 ; top onions , per dozen bunches , 20@
25c ; radishes , per dozen bunches , SOc ; lettuce ,
40c ; plo plant , per Ib. 2jc ; home grown asm-
gus , per doz , 40@50c ; cucumbers , per doz ,
HOC.
HOC.BE Ai8-lnferlorstoek.75 ( ( < S1.00 ; good clean
country , 81.00.cil.iV ( mpdiuin , hand picked ,
$ L40@1.50 ; hand picked , navy , Sl.JKKVtl.W ) .
PHO VISION 8 Ham , 12Kc ; breakfast
bacon , rib. 10) ) < c : breakfast bacon , plain , lie ;
dry salt sides. 8 > < @ 8Jo ; dried beef , regular. 10
@llc ; dried beet , ham pieces , 13c ; lard , 50-lb
7c : 20-lbcans. Fairbanks , 7 ( c ; 10-lb
voua , Fairbanks , 7Kc ; 5-lt > cans , Fairbanks ,
DC : 3-lb cans. Fairbanks , S o.
LEMONS Messina , choice , per box , 84.50
@ .00.
OIIANOES California , Los Angeles , per
box , 3.00 ; Mediterranean sweets , SS.SJxa
B.75 ; Messina imperial , fancy , 5.50 ; San
Gabriel , slnirlu box lots , $3.00 ; San Gabriel ,
5 box lots , 82.85.
STnAWiiKHitiKS The receipts are liberal
and the market lower. Choice stock , per
case , 55.00.
BANANAS Largebunches , per bunch , 53.50
@ 4.00.
General Haricot * .
\AHNisuES llairels , per gallon ; furni
ture , extra , $1.10 ; furnituto. No. 1. 31.00 ;
coach extra , 51.40 ; coach , No. 1,51.30 : Da-
mar , extra. 81.75 * Janan , 70c ; asphaltum
extra 85o : shellac , 93.50 ; bara of Jlinlih ,
DKY PAINTS White lead , 7c : French zinc ,
12c ; Paris whiting. 2ifc ; whiting , gliders ,
Jfo ; whiting , com'1 , IMC ; lampblack , Ger-
raanstown. 12c ; lampblack , ordinary. Be :
1'russlan blue,55oultramarine ; , l o ; vandyn-
brown , so ; umber , burnt 4c ; umber , raw , 4ci
eiannt , burnt , 4c ; sienna , raw , 4c ; Paria
green , genuine , ' 'c. Paris green , com'
rnon. 22 rnroine green. N. y. , 20c ;
vermlllion American. ibo : inaian
raw and butni umber , l S > cans. 1'Jc ; raw and
burnt ilenna , ISc : Vandyke brown , 13c ; r *
lined lampblack I2o : coach black and Uory
black , 16c ; drop black. I6e ; Prussian Dlue ,
40c : ultramarine black. ISc ; chrome croon.U ,
Jd * D. . I6c ; blind and shutter green , L. . M ,
A D. , 16o ; Paris green , 18o ; Indian red , 15o ;
Venetian red , PC ; Tuncan , 23c ; Amerlcar
vermlllion. L. & D. , 20o : yellow ochre. 2o ; L ,
M. to O. D. . ISc : good ochre. ICc : nawni
dryer , 80 : eralnlng color , light oak , dark oak ,
walnut , chestnut ami asli. VJc. , ,
Ur.uosAND tiiiEMiOAi.8. Ao d carbolic ,
„ c : acid tarUrlc , 52c ; balsam copaiba , pei
B > , .We ; bark sassafras , per Ib , lOo ; calomel ,
pure , per Ib. SQC- lead , acetate , per tt , ale
oil , castor , Ho. l'per gal. , 81.50 ; oil castor
No. 2 , per gaL , gl.W.oll olive , per gal. , S1.40
oil orlirannum , 50c ; opium , 91.50 ; quinine
P. 4 W.and U. AS , , per oz. 70C ; potassluti
Iodide , per ft , 5J.50 ; sallcln. per oz. 40c ; sul
phatetnorphlno. per oz. Si. 5 ; gulPhur. pei
B > . * cstrychnlnn. peroz. SL'JJ. _ _ , ,
. WAISTS i.x OIL White ie t Omana.P P.
"lfc ; whitn lead , St. Louis , pure , * c ; Mar
ellles , srenn. I Ib cans , 2c ; Frencn zinc
rroen seal , 120 ; French zinc , red beat. He
French rlnc. In varnUti asu. 20o ; Fenot
rlnc.75c : Tcrmilllon. English , In oil , 7o
red , lOc : rose plntc , I4c ; Venetian red , Cook
son' * , 2 o ; Venetian rod , Amerlcu. IKc
rod lead , 7Wc ; chromo yellow , genuine , 20c
chrome yellow , K. 12c ; ochre , rochello. So
ochre. French , 2c : ochre , American
IKe ; VVInter's mineral. 2n ; Lenifti blown
2He ; Spanish brown , 2Kc ; Prince's nclnera !
UIUKS-Ureeu butcben , 5K(3 ( < Jo ; freei
cured.7c ; dry flint. lUgl c ; dry salt , 9 iOc
treon ealf 8kinsMfJ ! divmnnett 1 ides ,
two-thirds price. Tafjow'-tfc. ' : : Orpaso
Prime white , c ; yellow , 2 c ; brown , 2c.
Sheep Pelts. 25 < a75c. |
JJPUUT8 Cologne-spirits. proof , 51.10 ;
do 101 proof , 81.1spirit * , second quality ,
101 proof , si.D : tlo iss proof. Jt.t.it . Alrniiol.
183 proof , S2.10 per wlno callon. Kodlstllled
whiskies , Sl.OOjtl.W. Gin , blended , M&
? .oo : Kentucky uourbons S2.oOflTO.00 , Keni i
lucky and Pennsylvania ryes , S2.006t0.5U ;
Golden Sheaf bourbon and rye whlsklci ,
Sl.W < 33.oo. Brandies , Imported , 55.OOM8.fiO ;
domestic , Sl.COf3.oo. ( ! ltw. imported , 84.50
& 10.00 ; domestic , 81.25 3.110. Champaitnoj ,
imported , tier case Z2S.pO < 333.00 ; American ,
reo case. Sio.ocxaio.oo. i T
HEAVY HAnnwAiin-.lron.rato 82.33 ;
eawed dry. 81.60 ; tongtiCH , each. 80c :
each. 75c : sauaro nuts. Per Ib. Gl$71o ( : cell
chftln , porlb. r.i < f < erc ; inalloablo.btJIOo ; lion
wedges. Cc ; crowb.irs , Cc ; hanow teeth , 4Ve ,
spring steel. "i&Vc ; Burdens horseshoes ,
H. 75 ; Burden's mulosliocs. _ $1.75. Barbed
wire. In c r lots. 84.0 ! ) per 100 Ibs. Nails ,
rates , lo to M ) . SUO : steel nails , 82.0.
Shot.Sl.W ; buckshot , 81.CO ; lla/.nrd powder ,
kegs , S5.00 : do. halt kegs , Si75 ; do. quarter
kezs , 81.BO : blasting , kegs , 52.10 ; mso , per 10
feetG5c. Load bar. Sl
PICKLES Medium , In bbls , SS.OO ; do , In
half bbls , 81.50 ; small. In bbls , Si'.OO ' ; do , In
halt bbls. S > ,0o ; gherkins , In bbls , S1U.OO ; do ,
in halt bbls , S5.W. ,
SuiiAit Gianul.itcti , C\@C } c ; conf. A.l (
O.Vc ; white extra C\56 it5V ; o\ta C ,
6He : yellow C , 4iii4Kc ? : cut loaf ,
powdered.K' ( ' < ! "c.
COFFEKS Ordinary grades , 17if@i-'c fair
l ( ? $ l HCiprlmp.l H le ; choice , l ( ft !
fancy green and yellovv. - ( > ( $ lo ; oTd
ernment Java , 20jI'iOc ; Interior Java , 1
CANNED Gooi > 3-Oy.stersftnnitardpor case ,
83.16jf3.2.1i ( ; strawberries , 2 Ib. pt-r case. S2.30 ;
aspberries. 2 Ib , per case , 82. 5 2. ift ; Califor
nia pears , per case , S4.5U ; apricots , per casj ,
S4.cn ; poaches. PI"- case , S3.00 ; whlto chor-
les , per cast80.00 : plums , per case , S'S.S' ) ;
blueberries per case , S1.S5 ; oig plums , 2 Ib ,
lercase , 82.50 : pineapples , a ID , per case
8 Ib marrow fat peas , per case. 8i-)0S)2.502 ) ( ) ; Ib
earlyIune peas , per case. 52.75 : 3 Ib toma
toes. .TJ. 0(42. 0:21b.rornS3.40'a2.'K ) .
MATCHES Percaddle. 2' c ; square cases ,
81.70 ; mule square. l.ao. ,
Srnup No. 70 , 4-gallon kegs , S1.2 < @ 1.0 ; ;
New Orleans per gallon 88@ ( Tc ; maple syrup ,
half bbls , "old time. " per gallon , 70c ; 1 gal
lon cans , nor doz , 510.00 ; hall gallon cans ,
per doz , 85,50 ; quart cans , 83.0u.
ToiiAcro Ping Climax , : : : lmr ° o shoe ,
; stur , 35 : J. T. . 3t : spear head , 37 ; merry
ivar , 25 ; robin rnlf. CO ; happy thought , HO ;
" 'iner-IlulilsU-k ' , 6' ' ) .
OANDT Mixed. 8 < $ llo : stick. 8 ! ® 9 c.
CnACKEKs Uarneau's soda , butter and
picnic. 5 > jc ; creamsa)4c ; ginger snaps , 8 } $ < j ;
city soda. 7W.
Dry ImmliPf.
DIMENSIONS AND TIMllCUS.
12ft 14 ft 10 ft 18ft 20 f t 22 tt S * ft
2X4 . 17.50 17..W 17.M 18.60 19.50 22.50 ! .50
17.50 17.50 1 17.50 18.W 1V.M2Z.60Z-J.M
2x8 17.50 17.50 17.50 18.50 IW.50,151.50 , 22.50
SxlO 17.M 17.50 17.50 18.50 10.50 22.50 22.50
2x12 17.6J 17.50 17.53 18.50 18.6022.60 22.60
18.50 18.50 1U.50 20 60 23 Oil 23.00
I10A11D3.
No. 1 , com , sis . 810.50
No. 2 , com , si s . . . 17.50
No. 4 , com , s 1 B . , . . . 13.50
No. 1 , 4 & C in , 12 & 14 ft- rough . 810.00
" " ' " " f' "
.
No.2 , . 15.00
SIDIXO.
A , 12 11 and 10 ft . . . 832.00
B , l ! ' " . - . ' . . 20.50
C , " " " . 15.00
D , ' " " . , . 13.00
CK1L1XO AND TAHT1TION.
1st com. , in White Pine Celling . 834.00
'Jlear , % In. Norway Pine Ceiling . 10.00
A 8 Inch , white phie. . . i.i. * . 83.5.00
C " " " > . 29.50
K" " ( SelFen'g ) . 19.50
'
A12lnchs. 1 . 845.00
No. i , com. 12 in s. l s.,12. & 14
No.2 " . is ' , f wit ! ; . , moo
" " " " lOit . 17.00
FINISHING.
1st and M. clear , IV IneU , s. 3s . 850.00
8d , clear. 1 Inch. s. a s 85 IX , IK. 3 In 45.00
B selccr , 1 inch , s. ! 9 s 30 ; 1M.1M- 37.00
POSTS.
White Cedar , 0 In. , fts 12c ; 0 ln.qrs..llo
HATT11NS' I'ICKKTS.
O. O. Baits , 2J < In. , 70c ; J < x3 , s. 1 s . 4Uc
Pickets. D and 11 llat . 821.00
LIME , KTC.
Qulncy white lime ( bes ) . 81.00
Akron cement . 1.C5
Hair . 30
SHIP LAI' .
No. 1 , plain , Sand 10 in . 810.00
No. 1 , plain. audlOIn . 17.00
NORTH
W MsfBaf
D
The only road to take for DCS Molnes H iir-
Bhalltown , Cedar Hnpkls , Cllttin , Dlxun , Chica
go , Milwaukee and all points euat. To thepoo-
plo of Nebraska , Colorado , Wyoming , UtMi
Idaho , Nevada , OroRon , WnshlnKton and Cali
fornia , It offer * superior advantages not pos l-
bio by any other lino.
Amonir a few of the numerous point * of su
periority enjoyed by the putronu of this road
betnruon Omaha nnd Chicago , are Its two trains
ttdiiof DAV COACHES , which are the finest
thnt humnn nrt and Ingenuity can create. Itl
I'ALACESLEKPINUCAIIS , which are raodoM
nf comfort and oleifiinoe. Its I'AULOll DltAW-
1NCJ HOUM CAUS , unsurpnssed by any , and ita
widely celebrated PALATIAh DINING CAHS
the equal nf which cannot bo found elsowhorn
At Council Blullfl the inilns of tlio Union Pivcitlo
It/ , connect In Union Depot with those of tlie
Chicago & Northwestern Hy. In Chicago the
trains of this line ranko close connection with
those of all eastern lines.
For Detroit , Columhtifl , Indianapolis , Cincin
nati , Niagara /alls , Buffalo. Plttsburir .Toronto ,
Montreal , Boston , Now YorK , Philadelphia ,
Daltlmore , Washington and all points m tin
east , ask for a ticket via tun
"NOHTHWESTKBN. "
If you wish the boit accommodation. All ticket
ntrcnts sell tickets via this line.
n.HUOHITT. > . P. WILSON.
UenL Manager , f OenL Pass'r Agent
W. M. BABCOCK. ' ' ! ! . R. BOLLES ,
Western Axent. City 1'ats'r Agent ,
Omaha , Nebraska. *
i. i
Union National Bank
i i
OMAHA , NEB.
Paid Up Capital , . .ft. , $100,000
Authorized Capital 600,000
W. W. MARSH , President.
J. W. RODEFUR , Cashiei
Accounts solicited and prompt attention
given to all business entrusted to its care.
Pay 6 per cent on time deposits.
No 20o Masonic Building , cor.Capitol Av <
enue and IQtli sts.
Telephone No 812.
For Inactive liver ,
Disordered
Stomach'
Irregular Habit ,
When IllllouMicss comes llko a foe.
Tostip the itreninh of hlgli and low )
IIr ilny the stroniiett nerren to shako ,
lir lilitlit to keep the brain awake ;
I.ct no one pine away In urlef.
for TiUUANT'B BKLTZUlt brings rellet
LINCOLN , NEB ,
Ten Itnllroaus , and moro nro coming. 110
Trninn Dally.
fctiilo university , Wcslejnn University , Stnto Cnt'l '
Inl.
Uo'toMlio ntiflno" t.oti hive donMpd In price In
IholiiftlZ month' . Acrc-liiii < l. within ! mllci
of llio city .Increased over two
ItamtrcHl percent.
t.lncnln ltheirpiitp t llntlroml Ccntar of lt nye
In thoworld. I'rlck ' t > lntkpiiy 8 to 211 per rent. Vncsnt
loi'linvi'itrernxca 10J per cent per iimwm on llr t
12't't. for I' ) jour * .
Lincoln l < urent ( illftrlbutlna point. Porno whole-
Filartnnlcr * hnvo mule princely fortiiiio .
llnlM'MK' K I K m > In nil illreillon . MmltiOM con-
crallv en nl , llimke , retail mcrclmntj , mechunlci ,
etc. ,
A. J. OBOPSE Y & CO.
ICooin .tl , lllcliitrilN Itlock ,
eaf Estate Agents & Loan Brokers
Ilnvo for 5 lo brick block ! , bn ine loK nil klnil of
rcnl e-tnte. 1 , } , r > , 10 , ' 'J , W , ( t ) , iJ and WO ucro tracti
farms nnd cbeap laiuls.
MOXnV I.OANKI ) . INVr.STMKXTS MA DIG.
UKF intl'.N'CP.Si-Klrst iiiul Lincoln Nation
Honk ? , ( iovi'rnnr Til mcr , Jllilco Cotih , llur. Dr. O.
CielRhlon , l.lncu'oi Scnitur S. M. Ujllom , llllao
aiHllionur.il lien. II irrUj i. la linn
CHICAGO SHORT LIKE
OF THE
Chica Milwaute&StPaulfl'y '
The Best Route from Omaha anil
Council liluffs to
THE E.A.ST
Two Trains Daily Between Omaha , Coun
cil Blufli
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , CedarRapids.
Rock Island , Freeport , Rockford ,
Clinton , Dubuque , Davenport ,
Elgin , Madison , Janesville ,
Bcloit , Winona , La Crosse ,
And at ! other Important points East , Northoait
nnd Southeast.
For through tickets call on the Ticket Agent
fttHOl Kurnam street. ( In i'axton hotel ) , or at
Union I'aclflo Depot.
Pullman Hleepors and the finest Dining Cars
IB the world are run on the mainlines of the
CHICAGO , MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL HAMWAY ,
and every attention IB paid to passengers by
courteous mployes of the company.
K. Mni.Ea , General Mnnnirer.
J , F. TuCKBii , AtnUtant Gonerml Manager.
A. V. U. CARi'BNTEii , Qenaral FMieager and
Ticket Agent.
KO. U. HRArronn , Assistant Qoneral Pas-
cngor and Ticket Agent.
J. T. OI.AIIK. ( Irnorol Suiiorlntcndun * .
THE RA1LWAI TIME TABLES ,
OMAUA.
Arrive heave
Uinulia Omaha
ONION PAOIFIO.
Depot loth and .fierce sts.
1'acllic Expiess 7:50 : am1 8:20 : pm
Denver Express 6SOpmlO:5r : : am
Local Express 11:00 : nm , 5:05 : pm
Except Sunday.
B. & M. K. U. K.
Depot loth and I'acllic sts.
Mall and Express fi:45 : pm ] 0:00 : am
NlahtKxpress 10:00am : 7:45 : pm
0. U.&Q.U.U.
Uepot 10th and IVjllic sts.
Mail and Express 0:20 : am 0:00 : pm
Chicago Kxpresa 7:0jpm : 8:40 : am
K. C. St. J. & C. B.
Depot 10th and I'acllic st
Mail 7:05 : pm 8MO am
Express 7:00 : am , 8:50 : pm
C. St. P. M. & O.
PepotlStii and Webster st
Sioux City Express * 4:45pm : 8:15 : am
Bancroft Express 10MOamlM5pm
illalr ras > , enKcr 7:40pm : 5:35pm :
'Except Sunday
MISSOUKI PACIFIC.
Depot 15th and Webster st
Day Express , . . . . 0.2o am ll:10 : am
Night Express SiiWpm , 0:10 : pm
Lincoln Express 11:10 am 0:10 : pm
DUMMY TRAINS.
llunnlnc between Council Bluffs and South
Omaha. In addition to the stations men
tioned , trains stop at Twentieth and Twenty-
fourth streets , and at Summit , In Omaha.
Westward.
BroadTrans - Omaha. Sheel'ys Stock
way. fer. Yards.
6:15 : 0:27 :
0:40 : 0:47 : 7:0. : > 7:17 : 7:25 :
7:40 : 7:47 : 8:05 : 8:17 : 8:25 :
8:40 : 8:47 : 9:05 : Si : 17 9:25 :
9:40 : 9:47 : 10:05 : 10:17 : 10:25 :
10:40 : 10:47 : 11:05 : 11:17 : 11:25 :
11:40 : 11:47 : 12:05 : 12:17 : 12:2r :
12:40 : 13:47 : 1:05 : 1:17 : 1:25 :
1:40 : 1:47 : 2:05 : 2:17 : 2:25 :
! i:40 : 2:47 : S:05 : 3:17 :
i:40 ) : ai7 : 4:05 : 4:17 : 4:25 :
4:50 : 4:57 : 5:15 : 5:22 : BW : !
5:45 : 5:53 : 0:15 : 0:22 : 0:32 :
GtfO 0i7 : : 7:00 : 7:11 : 7:18 :
7W : 7u : : 10:00 : 10:12 : 10:20 :
0:08 : 9:15 :
10:2,5 : lo:3i : 11:20 : 11:32 : 11:40 :
11:45 : 11:53 : 12:05 :
KnBtwnrrl.
Stoctc ihcel'ys Omaha , Trans Broad
Yards. fer. way.
0:15 : 0:23 : 03- ;
0:50 : 0:58 : 7:15 : 7:28 : 7:35 :
7:50 : 7:58 : 8:15 : 8:28 : 8:85 :
8:50 : 8-.5.S 9:15 : 9:28 : 0:35 :
U.v : ) H:5S : 10:15 : 10:28 : 10:35 :
10:85 : 10:43 : n-.oo 11:13 : 11:20 :
11:50 : 11:58 : 12:15 : 12:28 : 12:35 :
12:5 : > ) 12:5S : 1:15 : 1:28 : 1:35 :
1:50 : 1:53 : 2:15 : 2:28 : 3:35 :
2:50 : 2:5 : 3:15 : 3:28 : ! ! ; 35
3:50 : 3n8 : 4:15 : 4:28 : 4:35 :
4:50 : 4:5S : 5:15 : 5:28 : 5:35 :
6:40 : 5:47 : 0:05 : 0:18 : 0:2.- :
OMO OH7 7:00 : 7:13 : 7:20 :
7:25 : 7:33 : 8:15 : 8:28 : 8:35 :
10:00 : 10:13 : 10:20 :
10:30 : 10:38 : 11:20 : 11:40 :
11:45 : 11:53 : 12:05 :
COUNCIL BhUFFS.
i heave I Anive
CONNECTIMQ LIMESTransfer Transfes
| depot I depot
O.K.I.&I ; . : 7:15 : am 0:15a : in
All Trains run Dally. 9:15 : a in 6:25 p ra
0:40pin : 7:00pm :
C. & N. W.
0lKara ; 0ir : a m
trains run dally ]
All Gio ; p m 7:00 : p in
C. B. & Q.
All trains run dally. . . . | 0:35a : m 0:15a : m
6:35p : m 7:00p : ra
C. M. & St. P.
0:15 : a tn 0:15 : a m
All trains run dally. . . . . | 0:40pm : 7:00nm :
K. C. St .1. \ C. B.
Except Saturday , 1000a ; m 10:35 : a m
tExcept Monday. 8:55pnr5:30pra : :
W. St [ u A P.
All trains run daily . .I 250pm ; 12:15 : pm
. . . .8 0. A 1' .
AlltralmrundallT. . . . . i 7:05 : a m : a m
6:25 : p m
Omafia Jobbers' Directory.
Agricultural Imp/ements.
PA RKKH ,
\Vboleialn Dealer In
Aifrlcultiirnl liuplcinpnts ,
. . ! ono Klroct , botnecn I'th
and lOltl.Olnnhu. .Scl > .
L1X1XGKR C SlETVALF CO. ,
Afcricutturnl IniiiU'inonts ,
Wngonn.Oarrlnge * , llugglci , Hte. , Whnlocile , Omb .
IXORK2
Wholesale Dealers In
Acrrlruliurnl
IVaRons and lliuglos. SOI , W , w i niul 1W , Jones st
" " '
Artists' Material"
"
Artists' Materials , Pianos nml Or nns ,
.M DoiiKlns Ftrept.Cmnlin.
Builders' Hardware and Scnttt.
Buildcrs'Hnrdwnro&ScitloKcpnlrShop
Mech nlc5'Tool nnil llufftlo Scales. KM Douclus it _
Oinalju. Neb.
floors and Shoes.
AMEKICAJf JfA A'7) S E W
KllOE COMl'AXY ,
Manufacturer * ml WbolCinloDcalcri In
Boots nutl Shoos ,
Complete stock of Itubbor Good * ulnnya on html
M ) S. l3th t..Omalm , Neb. A. T. Aimin. Agent.
ir. r. MOUSE cC co.
Jobbers of Boots nml Slices.
lilt Karnain t. , Omnhn , Nob. Manufactory , Summer
ptrri't , Ito'ttm.
TJi WDSEY "aTc' < 7 ; -
Wholcsalo Itubbot1 Hootami ) Shoes
Htilibur nn > l ( illeil Uotliliitf unit Volt llotiia
and Shoos. Southeast Comer UtU unJ
fleer.
KA\1 TfXG ,
Agt. for Anhcuscr-Bush Brcwinf ; As3'u
Gpoclnl llrnndi. rnust.lludweUcr nnd Krlsncer.
STORZ ,0 ILEIt ,
Lapcr Bcor Browcrg ,
15t ! North llh Slroft , Omahn. Nob.
Butchers' Tools.
LOUIS HELLEK ,
Bntchcrs' Tools and Supplies ,
Jsngago Cnilnm of nil kind * nlwnyiln tock.
JunuBst.Oaialm
_
l
Coffee , Spicet , f-
Omaha Corrco and Spice Hills.
Tcaa.Ooffeeg.Rplcei. Uuklna Powder. FliTorlnu : Ex
tracts , Laundry lilue.Itik.Kte. nu-lOUorncy
bireot , OnmUa , Neb.
GATES , COLE . MILES ,
Homo Coffee and Spice MiilH MTgr Co.
ColTeeRonatcranail pplte Orlndcrt , Mnnufocturcrs
of linking I'owder. Fluorine Hitrnctn , llluliiK. Kte.
Try one ens * of our l < b packnuo Homo Blend llou teU
Octree. 1 < Uonard ttt..Oicnbrt. .
Cornice.
John Epenctcr , 1'rop.
Manufacturer of Galvanized Iron nnd Camlet. Oil
Dodge nnd 103 and 106 N. 10th H. . Omab , Neb.
JIUEMPIXG C BOLTE ,
Manufacturers or
Ornamental Galvanized Cornices ,
Dormer Windows , Finals. MelnllcSkylliibt , tc. 3108.
12tn tt. , Omaha.
WESTERN COKNJCJS WOKKS ,
C. Speeht , 1'rop.
Qalvdnlied Iron Cornices , etc. Bnect'altnprovcd I'at-
cntMctulle Skylight. WJ3 and 510 H.12thKt.Oraaha.
Carpets.
OMAHA CAKPET CO. ,
Jobbers of
Carpets , Curtains , Oil Cloths ,
I.lnoleumn , MnttlnRS , Etc. lilt DouRlnj itreet.
' S. A. ORCIfA'RlT
Wholesale Carpets , Oil Cloths ,
Mattinji , Curtain Ooodn , Eta 1U3 Karnam btreet ,
Om h . Neb.
Crockery and Notians.
W. L. WRIGHT ,
Agent for tha Manufacturers and Importers of
Crockery , Glassware ,
Lamps , Cbtmneys , etc. Office , 317 South llth it ,
Omaba , Neb.
Commission and Storage.
Commission and Jobbing.
Bntter , EzKnand Produce. Conslcnments solicited.
Ueadquartcra for Btonewaru , Hurry lloxes and
Urapo llasketi. 1411 Kodiieeueut.OmaLu.
'PE CKE BR087
Commission Merchants.
Fruits , I'roduco and Irovlilons , Omaha , Neb.
Storapo and Commission Merchant.
Specialties Hutter. Efg , Cheesa. Poultry , tiamg ,
Oystera , Ktc. . Ktc. 112 youta Hth street.
WIEDEMAN C " CO7
Produce Commission Merchants ,
Poultry , Hutter , Game , Kiults , etc. 230 S. litbit
Coal anif Lime.
Uo. f . J.AiiAan , t'rcs. C. F. aoonwAN , V. Ynt.
J. A. NONDEiiLAND , Hoc. and Treui.
OMAHA COAL , COKE d > LIM E
COMPANY ,
Jobbers of Bard and Soft Coal.
am South Thirteenth Street , Omaba. Nob.
'
J. J. JUUXSOJf Ui CO. ,
Manufacturers of Illinois White Lime.
And Shippers of Coal nnd Coke , Comoat , IMaster ,
Ume , U lr. Uro Hrlrk , Drnln , Tile nnd Kener I'lpo.
OOlco , raiton Hutui. Farnum St. , Oru.ihn. Nub.
Telcphono hll.
Confectionery.
-
Manufacturinif Confectioners ,
Jobber ! of Frulli , Not * and Clitai s. 1111 Karnam BL ,
Omaba.
Cigan and Tobacco.
MAX MEYER , C CO. ,
Jobbers of Cigrars , Tobacco ,
Quni and Ammunition , 215 to 221 B llth > l. , 1030 to
1U2I Farnaiost.OmihaNeb.
WEST B FRITSCIIER ,
Manufacturers of Fine Cigars ,
And Wbolcialo Dealers In Loaf Tobaccos , Nos. 108
and HON. t4tb street , Omuln.
Dry Goods.
M. E. SMITH l ) CO , ,
Dry Goods , Fiirnlshinp Goods & Notions
110 } and 1104 nouulaa , cor. llth St. , Omnha , Neb.
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Distillers.
Dlstlllera of Liquors , Alcohol and Spirits. Importer *
and Jobbcrsof WluesBDil Liquors.
WILLOW SPRINGS DISTILLS'
CO. and ILEH < 0 CO. ,
Importera and Jobber ! of Fine Wines and Llqunre.
Bole manufacturers of Kennedy's Bast IndIn Bit
ters und Domcsllo Liquors. Ill ] Ilnrnay ft.
Drain Tile , Etc.
A. ll.BAl'lii.Prcs. J.W.ninrnnn,8ec.&Trant
1U J. CAneoH , V.l'res. und Bupt.
THE UNION IfYDRAULIO
DRAIN TILE CO. ,
Office 213 B. 14th St. Omaha. Neb. Machinery nnc
Supplies for MunufaoturluK Cement Drain Tile.
ELEVATORS.
. "n. s.
l'it'8. KSTAnt.lSllii)1875. Vlco-1'rcs.
OMAHA ELEVATORand ( JltAIJi
COMPANY.
Jobbers and Storcrs of Grain.
Bblpmuuts of dojlors solli.'ltod and Hiittnfnctlon
KUiirantooil. Oiniilin , Nob.
furniture.
DEWEY < C STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers In Furniture.
Kitrnamst. . Omaha , Neb.
CTLTJtLES SHIf'ERICK ,
Furniture , BedillnB1 , Upholstery ,
Mirrors , etc. 1206.1203 and 1210 Farnam St. , Omaha
Omafia Jobbers' ' ' Directory.
Groceries ,
0 C7O |
Wliolesnlo Groceries and Provisions ,
No : , 7 i,707. rm anil 7113.10th St. Omaha. Nob.
MjcVORD , B.UADY tv CO. ,
Wholesale OrocoM ,
l.'th ami l.Mvcnnottli stj.Om hi .
Hardware.
LEE , FRIED tf CO. ,
Jobbers of Bardwnro and Nails ,
Tlnwnre.Ph.'iUlron. Klc. A ents fur How e Bcal %
nnd Miami Powder riOninlm.Nel' .
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W , J. IfHOATCir ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron mid Steel ,
prluggVasnri Flock , llardnaro Lumber , elo. IX
_ and nil llarney St. , Oninba.
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
Vauon nnd Cnrrlnco Wood StocB , Heary UardwnrA
l.lc. K17 and 12ty Lcirenirortli si. , diuHlm , Neb ,
aiiLTO&Jiofnsits ax svxs , '
Stoves , Rninres , Furnaces , Tiles ,
Mantles , Grntcs. Ilrus9ioods. 1.B1 and 1223
Iron Works.
Iron Works ,
Vroncht and Cast Iron IlulKllna Work , Iron Flair * ,
llnlllne , llenms nnd < llrder , Sloiil KnKlncs , llrnst
VTork , ill narnl IToundry , Mrchlno and lllHi kunillh
Work , omcouu.l Works , U. P. KandlTthsti et.
"T\u. MCMANIIH. c. SULLIVAN.J
OMAJIA WIRE .CI11OX WORKS ,
MunufHcturnrs of
ire nnd Iron Bailings , Desk Bulls ,
Vlndow ( iuardK. 1'lcmor 8liindnVlro SlniH , 11 to
12.IN. Kith. OnlPMliymall nrnnilitly nttmidi'dta.
Lumber.
OMAHA TIMBER CO. ,
Dc.ilo' ' . . All Kinds of
Buildiiifir Material at Wliolcsplr , > .
19th Street nnd Union 1'ncllto Track , Omalia.
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LOUIS IIRADFORD ,
[ ) calcr In Lumber. Lath , Lime , Sash ,
) oors , Ktc. Yards CornerTth nnd Douglas ; Curnor
th nnd Doujlas.
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CHICAGO LUMBER CO. ,
Wholesale Lumber ,
J4 8. llth street , Omnhn , Neb. f.Colpoticr , Manager ,
C. NTDLETZ ,
Lumber.
ir.th nnd California Streets , Omaha , Nsb.
JVtED IP. GRAY ,
It nmbfr , Lime , Cement , Etc. , Rto.
Cor.Ctb nnd uouglts sts. , Omaha ,
HOAGLAND ,
Lumber.
T. W. HARVEYLUMnER CO. ,
To Dealers Only.
Office , 1403 Farnatn streetOmabii.
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COAS. R. LEE ,
Unrdwood Lumber ,
Wood Carpets and Parquet Flooring. 9th and Douglat
Orantin.
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JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
AVhoIcnalo Lumber , Etc.
Imported and American Portland Cement. Rtntl
Agent ( orUllwaukfo Hydraulic Cement and Host
CJulncf WhltoLlrae.
Live Stock.
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. ,
Of Omaha.
Limited. John F. Boyd , Superintendent.
Livt Stock Commission.
M. BURKE C SONS ,
Live Stock Commission.
_ Oeo. IHlrke , Manoiter.
Union Stock Tarda , 8. Uraaha. Telephone Ml.
SA VAGE C GREEN ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
Shipment * of nnr and all kinds of Stook solicited.
Union Stock Yards. Omaha , Neb.
Millinery and Notions.
I. OBERFELDER C CO. ,
Importer ! and Jobbers of
Millinery and Notions ,
1213 and 1S15 Harney St.-eot , Omaha , Neb.
Notions.
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. ,
Wlioleealo Dealers In
Notions and Furnishing Goods ,
40.1 and (05 B. Tenth Ht , Omaha.
Overalls.
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING
COMl'ANY ,
Mannfnctnrers of Overalls ,
leant Pants , Shirts , Etc. 1102 and 1104 Dou'jlas Street ,
Omaha , Neb.
Paper Boxes
J. L. WILKIE ,
Mamifnctiirnr of Paper Hoxcs ,
8.14th Ht. . Umnait , Nabriiik * . Urders by mallii
ll lt < anil wlllreo lTtor nsp ( attontlon.
Printing.
ItEES PRINTING COMlANYt
Job Printers , Blank Book Makers.
And Hook Hinders. 101 and 11H Koutli Fourtoantll
street. Omalm , Neb.
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION
Auxiliary PubllHliors.
HoalenlnType , Preiin and Printers'Supplies. COB
South Twelfth Street.
Purtips.
BROWNELL C CO. ,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
nertnes , Boilers & General Itlarhlnery
Bhoet Iron work , Steam Pump * . Hiiw Mill * , Acm'a
UbaftlnK. Dodno Wood split Pulloyi , llelttnz , etu.
Also wairons , scrapers , and bulatlas. UU-UU Lav
Tonnurthst. Omiihu
CHURCHILL PUMP CO. ,
" \Vholosalc Pumps , Prjie , Fittings ,
Bteamund Water Suppllus. lloaaquarters for Mall
FoDstCo'sUoods. llllVarnam St. , Omnbt. Neb.
U. S. WIND ENGINE and PUMP
COMPANY.
nnlln-lnrWInd Mllist etcnm snit Water Supplies ,
riuuiutnis Woods , lleltlnif. llosc. MB and VJU lur-
imm St. , Omnhn. H. K. Kclton , Muuaifor.
Tolephnno No.ilO.
A. L. STRANG CO. ,
Tumps , PiucH and KnpinoH ,
8tem , Wntcr , Hallwar and Mllllni : Hupplicr. Eta ,
920 , tUiund Wi Farnaui ci.Oinnhii , Nel > .
Safes , Etc.
P. BOYER tC CO. ,
Afronts for Hall's Safe & Lock Co.a'
Fire and lluruUr Proof Nsfas , Tlmo Ixicks , Vaults
nd Jail Work. 1B ( ) tarnarn str ot Omaha , Nab. _
G. ANDREEN ,
Omaha Safe Works.
Manufiicturors of Klro and Ilnrglnr Proof Sntcs.Vnull
Doors , Jail Wnrk.Bliutleri and Wlru Work. Cur.
luh and Jnckson Hts. , Urar.Uu , Nab ,
Sash , Doors , Etc.
C CO. ,
T/uolesalo Manufacturers of
Sash , Doors , lilimls and Monldinfifs ,
llrnnch oSicellU and Uard nt . , Qg.ahs , y tt ? .
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers , of Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
Mould'jiiis.ftalr Work and Interior Hani Wood Klnlsh
Just opened. N. K.ror. Mi nnd JXMveuwortliHls.
Oiuatin. Neb.
CARl'EXTUR 1'Al'ER CO. ,
Wholcsalo 1'ajicr Dealers.
Curry ii nlcu stock of I'rlnllnit , Wrapping und \Vrll.
Inn I'liper. Hiiotlalat'ontliin lilvcn to car Inad or ;
ilers.ntill b will bu sliliiodillr | | tt ( mm mills. All
orilcr will rc-tnlvo prnnnnl Httcntlon.
antco touJ vo il > nun l w piU-ui ,
UllandllllUDauclaitiU