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    OMAHA DAILY BEE * . THURSDAY. AUGUST 11. 1887 ;
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
Intense Excitement in Oorn and the Whole
World Buying ,
THE BEARS ALL KNOCKED OUT.
No Itonni In tlio Pit For Traders , and
a Switch to no Made To-day-
Wheat Ilcmalnfl Firm
Quotations.
CHICAGO PnoOUCE MARKET.
CHICAGO , AuzHst 10. tSpcclal TcleRram
totheUKK. I Thocorn crowd didn't seem
to care n continental for tlio government
fl urcs , though tuoy have been talked about
Incessantly for a week. Traders hnd later
Information than tlio government by ten
days , and they were disposed to go It on
their own responsibility regardless of tlio
Washington estimate. Tlio bulls are pre
pared to do business on the floor that will
not exceed 1,200,000,000 bushels Instead of
l,7fX > ,000,000 possibility , according to Statis
tician Dodge's August 1 averages. The whole
world was buying corn to-day and the tlcld
news Is dally and hourly growing from bad
to worse , and private estimate ; ) of the damage
are getting bigger every minute. Speculative
Interest In corn has Increased to such an ex
tent that It has been found necessary for
traders to move Into more com
modious quarters , and the secre
tary announced this afternoon that to
morrow the wheat * and corn crowds
would change pits. Superstitious operators
look on this step with foreboding. Thny
contend that the wheat pit Is a "hood oo , "
and that the corn market Is certain to go all
to prices the minute the change Is made.
The exclterao nt In corn was Intense and the
speculative activity heavy and ustalncd , the
transactions being tremendous from the
start to the linlsh. Aa on yesterday several
of the local leaders attac ked the market , but
they might an well have attempted to battle
Niagara. The country was tinder It 1'rop-
erty by the million bushel was taken up
greedily , and the popular appetite was as
keen at the close as at the beginning.
Availing themselves of this amazing and
long-continued buoyancy , a great many
operators took occasion to unload
and take In their prollts. lltit-
chlnson starts In regularly every
morning to sell out , but the swelling prices
of the market tempts him to take hold again
and he loads up at higher figures. Packers
and cattlemen are among the strongest and
staunchest friends of corn. Their reports of
the condition of the crops are appalling. The
bears who have been lighting the advance ,
playing for reaction , wore driven In to-day
in great numbers and with considerable loss.
The market opened Kc up , with September
quoted at 43Jc , October at 43) < c , and May
at 47c . September advanced without a break
to 4Hc , October to 44&c. and May to 4c.
The range subsequently was within Kc of.
these quotations , which are the best of the
day , and the last prices were at the top , viz :
43c for September , 44 > o for October , and
48Vc for May. This Is a gain of W lYe
as compared with yesterday.
Statistics of the movement of wheat con-
tlnuo to favor the bulls , the receipts at many
markets being light and the seaboard demand
beyond expectations. The government re
port on the crops showed no material change
in the condition of spring wheat , but the
government estimates on that croo have no
weight whatever. The market to-day was
active In streaks and dull In streaks , and the
general tone was of steadiness. Mho strength
In corn had much to do with the firmness In
wheat , but tnls neulocted cereal Is not en
tirely without friends and believers In Its
merits. The market reviewed on the whole ,
was dull and featureless. September opened
. ranged at 0'J @GOWo low and ow < s
high and closed at OUJflgMKc. ober
opened at 7lttfc. ranged nXQIlXc and
closed at 7 ! > < ( < J7lc December opened at
74c , ran tied 74c low and 74 f@71J c high ,
closing at 74c. a gain on the day of % w
There was a tlrm and # c higher opening
for future deliveries of oats , the market be
ing bullish all through in sympathy with
corn. The demand for oats to go to store
was loss urgent , but thai appealed
to make no difference with speculative
values. There was no excitement to speak of
and trading , which was of just moderate
volume , was pretty evenly distributed be
tween September , October and May. At the
close May oats showed an advance of } ia
and other less deferred futures % c.
Provision trades had a stronger undertone
In next winter's deliveries , which are receiv
ing Increased attention. The movement was
even bullish aud for January pork sustained
an actual advance of SOc , lard of lOc , and
short ribs of 17J c. I'ork for the same month
was quoted at the close at 813.02H , lard at
S6.HO , and short ribs at 30.05. In cash and
near futures the change for the better was
less marked. In January , though , higher
prices wore the rule. September lard , atter
selling at 80.52U@6.00 , closed the same as
yesterday , or at SO M. Auiiust lard was 2 > c
under and October lo < 312e over September.
Short ribs for September sold at 87. 5@7. 7K ,
closing at S7.97X. with August 3Kc anil
October 12o under September. Business
scarcely exceeded a moderate volume.
Oil 10AGO LIVC STOCK.
CHICAGO , August 10. iSpcclal Telegram
to the BEE.J OATTLK Trade was slow
during the early part of the day , but 1m
proved somewhat toward noon. As to prices
there was little or no changes when com
pared with yesterday. On the best solid corn
fed steers and on other classes U Is difficult
to say whether they were lower or not , ai
such are selling at the lowest for the year
Late yesterday one or two fancy lots sold as
high as 94.70 , yet cattle good enough for any
body or any market In the world are Rolling
within a range of 84.40(34.50. ( while good am
useful sock , such as the dressed beef ant
shipping trade wants , Is selling at 83.90(9 (
4.20 and along there , with common and grass
Block al 83.25t.75. Native cows and Twlls
are down to the lowest notch. Tex an a are
( airly steady. The stocker and feeder trade
presented [ no new features. Ship
ping steers , 1350 to 1500 Ibs , 4.60(3 (
4.00 ; 1200 to 1850 Ibs , 33.60(14.20 ( ; U50 to
1.200Ibs. 83.10(33.80 ( ; stockers and feeders ,
8l.25@3.00 ; cows , bulls and mixed , 81.60
SJ.CO ; bulk , Sl.WtfiiOQ ; Texas steers , 83.40 ®
aS5 ; cows. 81.0003.80.
Hoes Trade was dull , with a down turn
of about lOo on the ordinary run of mixed
and about 15c on light The latter was al
most unsalable. 1'iline heavy sorts were
scarce and perhaps only about 6c lower. The
pens were full of growers nnd no buyer on
the market hero with courage to make a bid
or ho would have been taken at any price ho
might name. Itouich and common and mixed
Bold at $4.00(35.05 ( ; fair to best mixed , 85.15(3
0.20 ; the best , J5. : X$5.35 ; light sorted , § 5.00
(95.15 ( ; largely at 85.05 ; light grassers , 84.750
FlNANUIA.ru.
NEwToiiK , August 10. [ Special Telegram
to the HKK.I STOCKS. The stock market
was a waltlnzxme , and exhibited consider
able Irregularity. The opening was generally
stroiiL' , with advances ranging to H per cent ,
London was a buyer of Louisville & Nash
ville and Its specialties. The selling was
scattered and the principal trading was being
by room professionals end had no particular
significance. The bulk of operators wcro In
clined to go slow and await the outcome of
the government's purchase of 4 > , ' per cent
bonds. It wa& expected that If 100,003,000 or
more would be offered , but the traders who
made such estimates were badly disappointed
as only 91,440,000 were offered at prices
ranging from 110 to 111 % . The small im
provement In values , owing to the Urge
estimates of the bonds to bo offered , disap
peared after the facts became known , and a
recession to X@ > < per cent followed on a
majority of the list Missouri Pacific was
purchased by S. V. White and Charley
Johnes , and advanced Itf per cent , but broke
W per cent. The grangers were slightly
better early , but the bad showing made by
the Government crop report had the depres
sing effect , despite the St. Paul earnings ( or
the first week In August showed au Increase
of 133,000 , and the Insiders were quoted as
saying that the dividends about which
much apprehension existed would bo main
tained. The market during the closing
hours became weaker and declined frac
tional ) } , but the big bean being still on top
* nd ajthough the close was at intldo liure
for a majority of the properties , the prlcei
were a trlllo bolter than yesterday , particu
larly on Missouri 1'aclllo which was -X Per
cent higher , and Michigan Central IK P r
cent , cotton oils s percent The business
with Chicago houses was small and cut
llttlo figure. The total sales were 208,830
shares , ngalnst 100,000 shares yesterday.
OovKit.VMr.NT6 Government bonds were
dull but firm.
YESTUllDAY'B QUOTATIONS.
U. S. 4's coupon .127Jf C. &N. W
U. S. 4M'scoup..llO ) do preferred..145
Pacific 68 * ot'ub. . 123M N. Y.C 108
Control Pacific. , sr.jf M ( 8 : ft * ? ; : : : : : : 3
Chicago * Alton. 149 Pacific Mall 89W
do preferred..175 D.
C. , B. &O. KM Pullman Pal.Car. 147
U. , L. & W 130 J < Heading.
1) . ifeH.0 20J Hock Island . . .
Krie SO'fSt , L. its. F. . .
do preferred. . . . 6SU do pref erred. . . .
Illinois Central..119 0. , M. A St. P. .
I. , U. * W 19 do preferred. . 119K
K. & T 27VSt P. A 0 48
1-akn Shore do preferred. . 110
* ; Texas Pacific. . . . 87f }
Michigan Cent'l. . Union Pacific. . . . 65
Mo. Pacific \V..St. LAP. . . . 18
No. Pacific do preferred. , ni
do preferred. . . . \V. U. Telegraph 74
MONEY On call easy at 3 < g5 per cent. ;
closed offered at 3 per cent.
I'KIME MEIICANTILB PAPKR 5@6 per
cent.
STKHLINO ExciiANOK Dull but steady at
S4.81Jf for sixty day bills and 5183 > i for de
mand. _
PRODUCE MAHKET8.
Chlcaao , Aueuit 10. KollowlnB quota
tions are tins 2 : : io closing llRiires ;
Flour Steady nnd unchanged.
Wlieat Moderate business transacted ;
feeling stronger ; closlnc Ve above yester
day's close ; cash , 68 9-lCc ; September ,
GOW-lGc ; October , 71 0-16c.
Corn Was a center of activity , ruled ex
cited and lilL'hor. closing 1'f c hlishcr for near
futures ; cash , 43j c ; September , 4& ; October ,
44 l-10c.
Oats In good dernnnd.cash UOXchlelKr ;
cash , 35 > f@ Kc ; September , 20c ; May ,
ilye btrady at 40c.
llarley Strops at C9 15-lCc.
Prime Timothy Seea-82.'JO.
Flax Seed Sl.04.
Whiskv 81.10.
Pork Moderately active and stronger ;
cash , J15.00 ; year , S12.30 ; January , 813.03Ka (
IcLOo.
Lard Killed ilrm early , but declined and
closed easy ; cash 10.55 : September , S6.55@
& 57W ; October , | O.Oo@O.C7 > < .
Bulk Meata-Sboulderf ) , 95. 700(5.80 ; short
clear. 58.20fa8,25 ; short ribs , 7.9J.
Butter Firm and unchanged ; creamery ,
aXSMXc ; dairy , 10@23c.
Cheese Advancing ; full cream Cheddars ,
10K@llci Hats and Young Americas ,
llgc ; skims , 6i@6Uc.
Eggs Firm at ll@12c.
Illdes In moderate demand ; heavy reen
Salted ; 7 0 ? light do , 73/8c ; salted bull
hides. Oc , green salted calf , 8X@9cdry ; Hint ,
12f 13c : drv calf , 12@i3c ; deacons SOc each.
Tallow Easy ; No. 1 country , S c ; No. 2 ,
3c ; cakes , 4c.
Kocolnts. Shipment * .
Flour , bbls . 25,000 13,000
Wheat , bu . 71.000 39.000
Corn , bu . 244,000 60.000
Oats , bu . 337,000 03,000
live , bu . 4,000 1,000
Barley , bu . 24,000 1,000
New JforK. August 10. Wheat Receipts.
58,400 ; experts , 258,200 ; spot lots c and
options W@Kfi huher , closing firm ; un
graded rod , 77@Slfc ; No. 8 red , Sfljk'c ; No. 1
red nominal utboc ; No. 2 red , 7'Jfco ; 80 In
elevator , Birasitfc delivered , 80 } < cto. b. ;
bentembcr closing at80cM.
Corn Spot lots advanced l2o and op
tionsXWie , closing linn ; rceeipts , none ;
exports , 7GW ( ; ungraded. 49@51Hc ; No. 3 ,
49 0 in store , U i@50wc ; In elevator , 51 ®
61Hc delivered , 50 > c r. and I. ; September
closing at 50Xc.
Oats Hlzhcr aud moderately active : re
ceipts. 104,000 ; exports , 717 ; mixed western ,
! )2 ) < $34c ; white western , S7@41c.
Petroleum Steadv ; United closed nt SOc.
Eees Firm and In fair Inquiry ; western ,
12ffllGc.
Pork Active and firm and quoted at S15.00
© 15.25 for old ; $15.5010.00 for new.
Lard 11 Ichor aud moderately active ;
western steam spot , SH.arx3 < 5.87J { .
liuttor Finn ; western , 12 © o.
Cheese Firm ; demand fair ; western ,
Mlnnoapolla , August 10. Wheat Mar
ket steady and firmer ; No. 1 hard , cash and
September , 71 } < c ; October , 70) ) < c : No. 1
1 bard , 73cK ; No. 1 northein , W c ; No. 2
northern , C9xc.
Flour Easier ; patents , | 4.00@4.20 ; bakers ,
firm ; 83.20(33.40. (
Receipts-Wheat , 60,400.
Shipments Wneat , 25,000 bu ; flour , 26,403
bbls.
bbls.Milwaukee.
Milwaukee. Aueust 10 Wheat Looking
upward ; September , 70c ; October , 71@71 > ic.
Corn-Quiet ; 4l@4lMc.
Oats In fair demand ; No. 2 white , 29Xc.
Kye-Nomlnal ; No. 1,44Hc.
Uarley Inactive : September , 6
Prorlslons Weak ; pork,814.50.
Cincinnati , August 10. Wheat Strong ;
No. 2 red , 72c.
Corn Strong and higher with light offer
Ings : No. 2 mixed , 45X(348c. (
Oats Good demand , higher ; No. 2 mixed ,
yo-Stroncer ; No. 2 , 4Sc.
Pork-Ouiet at 815.00.
hard Firmer at 50.85.
Whisky Active and lirm at Sl.a5.
St. Louis , Aueust 10. Wheat Ilicher ;
cash , GSc ( JG'Je ' ; c ; Sujitember , 71c ; October ,
'
- ; cash , 33 @ 39 > c ; Sep
tember , 3'JVC.
Oats Higher ; cash , 24 0 } September , 25c.
Pork-$15.26.
Lard -SO. 3.5.
Butter Firm ; creamery , 25@2Sc ; dairy ,
10@26e.
Kansas City. August 10. Wheat-
Steady ; No. a red , none on the market ; No.
3 soft , 65c bid.
Corn-Higher ; No. 2 , cash , 87 > * c bid ,
asked ; September , 37e bid , ittc asked ;
tober , S7o bid , SS c asked.
Oats No. 8 cash , 23c bid , 23 c asked.
Mrorpool , August 10. Wheat Quiet and
demand poor ; holders offer freely.
Corn Firm and demand fair ; new mixed
western , 4s IX'I per cental.
New Orlmtn * . August 10. Corn Un
settled ; mixed. COc , white , 5354c.
Oats Firmer at S3X@34e.
Corn Meal-Easy at 82.27H@3.30.
llof Products Dull and uuchauged ; pork ,
815.62.1 * ; lard , rellned tleico. 6.C2K.
Bulk Moati Shoulders , 85.80 ; long clear
and clear rib , 89.12J.jf.
MVE STOCK.
CbtuaRo , AutustlO. The Drovers' Jour *
uai reports as follows :
Cattle lleceipts. 10,000 ; firm for fancy ,
others low : I shipping steers , 3.10(34.00 ( ;
stackers and toederc. SL2593.00 ; COVTH , bulls
and mixed , 81.50.00 ; Texas cattle , 81.00 ®
3.35.
3.35.Uogs Receipts , 12,000 ; opened steady and
closed 10@15o lower ; rouifh and mixed ,
S4.6WK5.15 ; packing and shipping , 85.00 ®
5.40 ; llglit. S4.50V15 ; skips , 83.00 4.50.
8heor > Kecolpts , O.OUO : market dull ; com
mon lOc lower ; natives , 82.50(74.00 ( ; western ,
S3.00S3.M ; Texans , Si Q'i.CS ; lambs , 84.00
© 4.75.
National Htock Yanls , Ea t St.
lx > Bl , ' 111. , August 10. Cattle Uecolpts ,
2,000 ; shipments , 3.200 ; the market was
steady ; fair to choice heavy native iteers ,
83.70(94.00 ( ; butchers' steers , fair to choire ,
| 3.Xa3.S5 ( ; feedera. fair to c > x > d , J'ibOffl
3.40 ; Btockeis , fair to good , # UO@2.80.
lloirs Itflcelpts , 3,000 ; Bhlpinents. none :
market steady ; choice heavy and butchers'
selections , H5.2035.35 ; packers and Yorkers ,
medium to choice , 84.90(55.15 ( ; pigs , common
to good , 84.30(34.90. (
Kanaai City , Aueust 10. Cattle Re
ceipts , 2,000 ; shipments ( unoftlclal yesterday )
2,000 ; market for good was steady : com
mon to medium dull and weaker ; good to
choice corn-ted , 93.5034.00 ; common to
medium , looqaies : Btockera , S2.00@2.40 ;
feeding steers , Ti60(33.00 ( ; cons , 81.40 2.50.
Hogs Receipts. 0,800 ; ihlpments , ( of-
ficlal yesterday ) 3,400 ; market opened stronger
( or good grassers and common weak , closing
weak ; common to choice , 84.WQ5.SO : pigs
aud grassers , 3.00@4.80.
OMAHA. LIVE HTOCK.
Wednesday , August 10.
Cattle.
The receipts of cattle were light to-day and
there waa no very choice stock ln. values
remained about steady at yesterday's uotv
.tlons. Only a f w loada otuogtd naads.uotv
Uog .
The receipts of hogs were liberal bnt not
quite up to yesterday's receipts. The mar
ket opened strong at about yesterday's
prices and several loads of good heavy hoes
sold on that basis. A little later In the
morning reports * cre received from Chicago
Indicating a decline of 10gl5c thero. This
caused a rapid falling off In prices hero and
the market continued to grow weaker until
the close , The closing prices were fully
10@15c lower on common and mixed sum.
Choice heavy hogs did not feel the decline as
sharply on Account of being In better de
mand. There were six loads left unsold
when the market closed.
Sheep.
There was one load In and sold.
Receipt * .
Cattle 300
Uos 4,400
Sheep 100
Shipments.
Cattle 200
Hogi 1W4
Prevailing Price * .
Showlngthoprevailing prices paid for llva
stock on tnls market :
Choice steers. 1300 to 1500 lb3..S4.lK > aus
Choice steers. 1100 to 1301) Ibs. . . 3.90 4.00
Fat little steers 900 to 1050 Ibs. . . . 3.75fd3.M !
Corn-fed range steers 1300 to 1400 3.COrti3.S5
Oood to choice corn-fed cows. . . . 2.75(33.00 (
Commonto medium cows 2.00@2.V )
Good to cholco bulls 1.7V < .M >
Light and medium heirs 4.75M4/.K )
( iood to choice heavy hoes C.00@5.15
Good to cholco mixed hogs 4.90 0.00
Representative dales.
NATIVE SIKHIIS.
No. Av. I'r. No. Av. Pr.
41..1270 83.75
WKSTEKN STKKnS.
CO..1004 S3.25 1..1050 3.25
MAI.K-BllKEI ) Ti\AS. :
40. . .1073 3.'J5
nui.i.8.
1..1300 81.50
COWS.
20..1002 S2.50 1..1100 J2.M )
8IIEKP.
111. . . . 76 83.25.
BOOR.
No. Av. 8hk. Pr. No. Av. 8hk. Pr
74..821 80 S4.90 & 9..S78 4085.05
81..191 . . 4.90 71..250 80 5.05
77..211 160 4.90 65.toO ! 240 5.05
CO..224 40 4.HO 78..213 200 5.05
128..253 280 4.UO 04..248 40 5.05
65..2S5 ISO 4.90 64..258 160 5.05
72 . . .230 40 4.95 17..248 . . 5.05
76..UK ) 240 4.95 61..247 40 5.05
71..211 . . 4.95 00..248 120 5.05
50 . . .239 80 4.0'i ' 70..214 . . 5.05
70..240 80 4.95 69..27.1 200 5.05
83..185 440 4.95 69..27J . . 5.05
75..228 BO 4.95 65..251 120 6.07X
67..241 120 B.OO 68.'J63 40 5.07W
07..220 200 5.00 62..279 . . 5.07K
68..228 240 5.00 78..240 . . 6.07J *
68..230 80 5.00 77..224 80 5.07 #
78..253 160 5.00 58..300 80 5.10
74..223 80 5.00 61..274 120 5.10
90..211 180 6.00 6.S..270 200 5.10
67..220 . . 5.00 59..276 40 5.10
68..242 80 5.00 69..312 80 5.10
70..230 bO 5.00 60..280 bO 5.10
SO..223 bO 5.00 50..297 bO 5.10
77..244 100 5.00 147..263 120 5.12J {
54..250 40 5.00 60..2M ) . - . 6.12' $
72..317 40 5.05 48..350 160 5.15
69..207 260 5.05 63..350 40 5.15
65..248 40 5.05 62..338 . . 5.15
67..257 120 5.05 65..279 . . 5.15
Iiive Stock Sold.
Showlngthe number of head of stock sold
n the market to-day :
CATTLE.
G. II. Hammond & Co 100
_ , opal 23
Shippers 60
Total 1S3
HOOS.
Anglo American Packing Co 613
U. 11. Hammona&Co 651
Armour * Co 1227
Squires it Co 1724
Harris & Flgher 58
Total 4173
Unsold 3W )
AH sales ot stock in this market are made
per cwt llvo weight unless otherwise stated.
Dead hogs sell at KO per Ib. for all weights
"Skins"or hogs weighing less than 100 Ibs ,
no value. Pre < nant sows are docked 40 IDs.
and BtagsSO Ibs , by the oublio Inspector.
Live Stoolc Noten.
A light cattle market.
Ono load of sheep sold.
Uogs close at a decline ot I0@l5c.
A good many shippers In to-day.
The Rock Island shipped out 31 cars of
hogs.
Armour's buyer had an order not to pay
over 84.90.
11. E. Vandruff , Bradshaw , was in with a
load of hogs.
C. W. Gould , Ainsworth , was In with a
oad of hogs.
T. C. Taccr , Waco , Neb. , was at the yards
with a load of hogs.
H. 1) . Miller , Wmslde , was hero and mar
keted a load of hogs.
Squires & Co. , Boston , was the heaviest
bujcr In the market
C. F. Way , Ord , Neb. , was In and mar
keted a load of hogs.
II. Shlnstock , West Point , was In with
both cattle and hogs.
Virgin & Nelson , Utica , had In 2 cars of
cattle and a car of hogs.
O. A. Tuttle , Greenfield , la. , was at the
yards with a load ot hogs.
Samuel Dalton , Tabor , la. , was hero aud
marketed a load of hogs.
Hon. Leo Martin , Benedict , was at the
yards with a load of hogs.
Fremont Hey , Silver Creek , Neb. , was
here with two loads of hogs.
J. W. Young topped the market with
load ot 350-1 b hogs from Ames ,
II. F. Church , Pierce. Neb. , a heavy ship
per , marketed a load of hogs and sheep.
E. Gould. Fullerton , marketed three loads
of hozs which topped the market at S515.
Geo. Boetel , Mlllard , was In with a load ot
hogs and joined the shippers'association. .
A. W. Beahm , Cortland , was in with a load
of hogs and joined the shippers' association.
Among those In to-day was J. M. Payne ,
an extensive shipper und feeder of Madison.
Twenty-nine new members * joined the
shippers'association , a full report of which
will bo found elsewhere In tills paper.
Wiley Black , of Plattsmouth , was In with
two loads ot hogs. Ho had over 23,000 pounds
in a car and they netted nearly 82,300.
C. C. Carrie , of Carrlg & Lynch , Platte
Center , was at tlio yards looking over the
market and to attend the shippers' ossocia <
tion.
Jir. Longnecker , ot the firm of Schofield < &
Longneckcr. Walnut , In. , came In with a
load of hogs. He got Into the Blulls at 0:00 :
tills morning and did not arrive at the yatds
until 11:20. :
The following had live stock on the mar
ket : T. B. Cole , Hartlngtou ; 11. Shlnstock ,
West Point ; 0. Schneider. Snyder : Crowoll ,
L.&G. Co. , West Point ; Morse , R , & Co. ,
Morse : A. B. Van Xandt , KwliurF. ; C. Bliss ,
Howells : D. A. Hale. Newman's Grove ;
Church A Co. , Pierce ; F. K. Glliett , Alus-
worth ; Reno , S. it D. , Elgin : A. Cruise , At
klnson ; O. A. Tuttle , Greenfield * , J. B.
Lewis , Hlllhlde ; Fisher & W. . York : J. E.
McFnrland , Unadilla ; Crowoll , L. &G. Co. ,
1'cnder ; O. M. Young , Berlin ; L. Anderson
& Co. , Mead.
Among those having llvo stock on the
market wcro the following : J. E ; Thomp
son & Co. , Underwood ; C. C. Smith. Milford -
ford ; Wilson R , & Co. , Ulysses : Farmers G
AL. . S. Co. , Mead ; Clark 1L & Co. , Weston
C. L. Jones. Hastings : .lames Barker , Alma ;
C. Hunter , RlrertonW. U. Austin & Co. ,
Franklin ; Thomas Powers , Suttnn ; O. G
Vrofland , Junlata ; O. Swenson , Chapman ;
J. Martin. J. Payne , Madison ; WalxolM. &
Co. , G. W. Carleton , St Paul ; Lance Creek
C. Co. , Central Cltv ; C. Williams. J. Young ,
Ames ; D. Anderson , ColumbuujW. L. Nasii ,
Kearney ; S. M. Baker , Silver Creek : Hall &
Way. Ord : F. M. Sackett. Albion ; C. Itudat ,
Norfolk ; J. G. IIall. Gibbon.
OMAHA. WUOL15SALE MARKETS
Produce.
Order * from the country requiring se
lected stock and extra care In piichltid can
not always be filial at the some prices
quoted to the local trade for common stock.
Wednesday , August 10.
Eoos The receipts are not heavy but
about equal to the demand , The bulk of the
stock Is moving at lie
BUTTBII A slight Increase Is noticeable In
the receipts of the common grades , but cholco
butter Is very scarce. The West Point
creamery butter is selling at 23 > ic and the
output ot other creameries at Sic. Choice
dairy butter , 17O1& : niodlum grades ,
ICc ; lower grades , l llc.
CIIERSX Fancy , full cream Cheddars , sin
gle , lOc ; full cream , twins , 10' < c ; young
Americas , lie ; brick chetso. lee Ibs Incase ,
now , I2c ; Llmburcor ioo Ibs In case , new ,
He ; Swiss , fancy Ohio. ue\y , 19c.
POUI.TIIY The market Is lower on poul
try. Itlsdinicult to obtain o\er 82.25 fof
the best spring chickens , and some of the
smaller ones to as low a4 SI.75. At this sea
son of tuo year wlion chickens are plenty It
Is almost Impossible to sell the very small
ones. The bi-st old fowls are going at 83.75
@ 'i 00. /
Po FATOF.S The receipts are not heavy
and the market Is firm , blocks are moving
at 55COc. .
GnNF.nAi. The prodnco markets were
very quiet to-day and tlio receipts of all
kinds of produce very llcht The market
was almost bare of all kinds of California
fruits but there will be several cars In during
tlio next two days.
Mm.oxs Watermelons were a little
more plenty to-day and good stock was mov-
Itie at S10.Cai5.00 ( ) ( per hundred.
BEANS. Hand picked navy beans
are quoted at S1.75 per bushel and the other
grades are selling from that figure down to
81.25 ,
GAME. There Is no game coming In , the
weather being too warm to handle It.
Poi Con N. There is hardly any sale fo
poprorn. An occasional sack Is cold all
@lfc per Ib.
BitimtEB The season for berries Is prac
tically over.
TOMATOES Home-grown stock is uccom-
Ine pientv and was sold at very low nrlco < 4
Good stock Is worth about 75c a bushel.
PLUMS The market Is fairly well supplied
with choice stork , made up of the varieties
known as Purple Duaune , Bradshaw , Co
lumbia and oilier well known California va
rieties. Choice stock Is boiling at $1.50@1.75
p r box.
PiiUNKs There are some very largo and
showy California prunes on the market ,
known as the ( iross prunes , whicn are sellIng -
Ing at 1.75 per box.
GitAi-KS-Callfornla cranes nro expected to
arrive In the market early in tlio week. There
are a few Kansas grapes InIncli are selling
nt 75c per 10-lb baskets.
NECTAIMNJJS A few California ncctarlnet
are arriving , which are sold at $1.50 per box.
PEAIUI The market Is well supplied waes
choire California Bartlett pu.ir.s , which Ihr
moving at 82.252.60 per BOY.
MELONS Watermelons have not been so
plenty during the past two days , and prices
Iiavo stiffened up somewhat. Good stock Is
selling at S15 (2'JO ( per hundred. Cantaloupes
51.50@1.75 per box.
PKACiir.s There Is a good supply ot
peaches In , of which late Craw lords and
strawberry peaches form the bulk. Good
stock , 91.50 per box.
AITLIJS Theio Is a good supply of very
fair stock on the market at S2.50&2.75.
CEI.KUV There Is a liberal quantity of
celery arriving from Kalamazoo. Medium
sired buches , 35c per bunch.
LKMON.H T.'iere are some very fancy largo
Malori lemons on thn market which are sellIng -
Ing at 19.00. There are a few Veruclll
lemons on the market which are selling at
87.50.
Grocer's List.
COFFEE Ordinary grades , 20 } ( ri21e ; fair.
20K@22c : prline.22 ( .2.'techolce.2.i.J4c ( ; fancy
green and yellow , 23@2- ; old eovernmcnt
Java , 23@28c ; Interior Java , 24@2Gc ; Mocha ,
2SC < * : iOc ; Arbucklo's , roasted , 2flZc ; McLatigh-
lin8 XXXX , 2Gtfc ; Dilworth's , 26c ; Ked
Cross. 20'fc.
CANNED Goon1 ! Oysters , standard , per
case , $2.90a ( > 3.lO : strawberries. 3 Ib , per case ,
32.70fg2.75 ; raspberries , B Ib , per case , 32.703
J.75 ; California pears , per ease , 84.40(34.50 ;
apricots , t > er case , 83.00(43.70 ( " ; peaches , per
case , S4.40@4.50 ; white" cherries , per case ,
S5.00 plums , per case , si.50@3.GO : : blue
berries , per case , S2.00@2.10 ; egg plums , 2
Ib. per case , 82.50 ; 'pineapples ' , 2 Ib ,
pur case. 83.2005.75 ; 1 Ib mackerel , per doz ,
81.40 ; l Ib salmon , per doz , 81.75 ; 12 b
gooseberries , per ease , 82.60O2.70 ; 21b string
beans , per case , Sl.70 : 2 Ib lima beans , per
case , Sl.no ; 2 Ib marrowfat peas , per case ,
S2.40@2.50 ; 2 Ib early Juno peas , pur case ,
82.75 ; 3 Ib tomatoes , $2.45(32.50 ( ; 2 Ib corn ,
i'ltovisiONS Hams , 13 @ 13J c ; breakfast
bacon , HK ( < i5l2c ; bacon sides 10@lOKc :
dty salt , 8i@9c ; shoulders , 7c : dried beef
hams , 13 ( $ iJc : dried beef regular , Il > t2c ;
mms.plcnlc , SJ fdUe.
WOOOENWARI : Two-hoop palls , per doz ,
81.45 ; S-hoop palls , 81,05 : No. 1 tub. § 0.50 ;
to. 2 tub. 85.50 ; No. 3 tub , 34.50 ; wash
boards , S1.75 ; assorted bowls , 82.25 ; No. 1
ihurns , 89 ; No. a churns , 88 ; No. a churns ,
STAncir Mirror Gloss , 5Jfc ; Graves Corn ,
Otfc ; Oswego Gloss , 7c : Oswego Corn. 7c.
BnooMS-Extra 4-tle,32.00 ; No. 1,32.00 ; No.
A 8L75 ; heavy stable , 84
Svnup No. 70 , 4-gallon kegs , 81.32Q1.35 ;
tfew Orleans , per gallon , 8S@40c ; maple
syrup , half bbls , "old time , " per gallon , 7oc ;
L-gallon cans , per doz , 810.00 ; halt-eallou
cans , per dor , $5.50 ; quart cans , 83.00.
CANDY Mixed , 8Kjjllc ( ; stick , 8H@9tfc
CKACKKKS Garneairs soda , butter and
picnic , 4j c : creams.7Xc ; ginger snaps , 7 > < c :
city soda , 7Xc ,
I'ICKI.BS Medium , In bbls , 87.00 ; do In
half bbls , 84.00 ; small , In bbls , 3S.OO ; do In
mlf bbls , 84.50 ; gherkins , In bbls , 89.00 ; do lu
half bbls , 85.00.
SUOAR Grannlatedo @ 65 c ; conf. A,0V@
Xc\ \ white extra C , 5Jfft5J ( < c ; extra C , fAdA
5Jfc ; yellow C , SJ QS c ; cut loaf , 67c ;
powdered , 7@7Xc.
DiUEi ) FRUITS Apples , new , K's fijfc !
evaporated , 60-lbrlng. 17f@I8c ; raspberries ,
evaporated , 27@28cBlackberriesevaporated ; ,
9J ( * 9Xc ; pitted cherries , 13@l3c ; peaches ,
new , M's,7 c ; evaporated peeled poaches ,
c ; evaporated , unpared , c ; new currants ,
C5 @ 7c ; prunes , 4X ( < M5 c ; cition , 25c ; ral-
filns , London laveis , 81.1)5 ) : California , loose
muscatels , 81.50 ; new Valenclas , 7J < c.
HKFINEI ) LAUD Tierce , 7c ; 40-ib square
cans , 7c ; 50-lb round , c ; 80-lb round ,
7 > fo ; 10-lb oalls , 7Ho ; 5-lb palls , 7c ; 3-lb
pails , 7 c.
TOIIA ceo Lorlllard's Climax. 44c ; Splen
did , 3Sc ; Mechanic's Dellelit , 41c : Leggett &
Meyer's Star , 41c ; Cornerstone , o4c ; Drum-
moud's Hnrso Shoe , ! 37c ; T , J. , Blc ; Sore's
Spearhead , 44c.
TISAS Japan , per Ib , 20@Wc ; tcunpowdor ,
> ( 30c : Younz Hyson. S0@50c ; Congou , C5@
70c ; Oolong , 3065c.
General Markets.
SPIRITS Cologne spirits , ibb proot , 81.10 ;
do 101 proof , 81.12 ; spirits , second quality ,
101 proof , 81.10 ; do 188 proof , 81.09. Alcohol.
188 proof. 83.10 per wine gallon. Redistilled
whiskies , $1.00@1.50. Gin blended. 31.50@
2.00 ; Kentucky bourbons. 82.00@6.00 : Ken
tucky and Pennsylvania ryes , 82.0090.50 ;
Golden ShCal' bourbon and rye whiskies ,
SL50@3.00. Brandies , Imported , 85.00(38.50 ( ;
domestic , Sl.30oW.oo. Gins , Imported. S4.fiO@
6.00 ; domestic , 81.25 3.00. Champagnes , Im
ported , per case , S2S.00@JiJ.00 ; Amcric&n , per
case. 810.00 ® 10.00.
HIDES Green butchers' , 5K@Oc ; green
cured , 7 > < c ; dry flint , HQ12c ; dry salt. 0 ®
lOc ; green calf skins , 7Hc ; damaged hides ,
two-thirds price. Tallow 3c. Grease Prime
white , 3c ; yellow , 2c ; brown , l&c. Sheep
pelts , 25O75C
HKAVV HABDWAIIE Iron , rate , 82.70 ;
plow steel , special cast , 4Kc ; crucible steel
CKccast ; tools , do , i2cQlhc ( ; waon spokes ,
per set S3.00@.50 : ) ; hubs , per set , 81.25 ; fel-
lens , sawed dry , Sl.OQ ; tongues , each , ( Oc ;
axles , each , 75c ; square nuts , iwrlb , C97c ;
cell clialn , per Ib , 0 @l3c ; malleable , 8K'c ' ;
Iron wedges , Oc ; crowears , Cc : harrow teeth ,
4Vc ; spring steel , 45c ; Burden's horse
shoes , 84.75 ; Uurdon'B imulo shoes , 85.75.
Baroed wire * In car Llots , 84.00 p r 100 Ibs.
Iron nails , rates , 10 to 69 82.00 ; steel nails ,
82.75. ,
COAL Egp. 89.00 ; nut , 89.25 ; ranee , S9.25 ;
Iowa lump , 8300 ; Iowa nut 83,75 ; walnut
block , 83.00 ; Illinois. 84.25@-4.75.
Dry Immber.
DIMENSIONS AND TIMUERS.
- , u a
18 , ft- IB ftl20 It 2a ft 24 ft
2z4 17.50 111.50 20.60 S1.603I.ISO
2x8 .J. tt.SQ 22.0
2x8 21.60 ,21. , 50
2x10. . . . _ .
Zxl ! ! . . . . , .18. : 19.50 10.
4x4-8x8 . , ,1860
I1OA1IDS.
No. 1 , com , s 1 B 8KOO No. 2 , com , sis 817.00
No. 3 , 815.50 No. 4 , S13.00
FFNCINO.
No. 1 , 4 40 In , 13 & 14 ft. rough . 819.50
No. 1 , " " 10 " " . 19.M )
No. 2 , 12&14 " " . 10.00
No.2 , " " 10 " " . 17.M
A , 13. 14 and 16 ft zua C. 815.50
B , * " " 20.50 1) , 12.M )
CEILING AND rAUTITlOX.
1st com , K In White Pine Celling . 8UOO
2nd " " " ' . 2S.CO
Clear , H In. Norway Pine Ceiling . 10.00
2nd com. % In " " " . 14.00
Ki.ooniNO.
A 0 In White PlneJ35.M ) 0 SS9.50
B " " " 3TJ.50 I ) 21.00
E " " " ( Sol. Fencing ) . 19.00
'
A 12 inchs , is. . . . mn
No. Iwm.l2n8.is. | , 12 ft . . . . . . . . . . . 20.50
' " . ' Ifllt . 1S.50
No. a " , . i9.oo
M U M ' K
' Inch Oroored Koof ing 81.00 per M. more
than 12 In. Stock Boards same length.
BltUMjAF ,
No. 1 Plain , 8 & 10 In. . . . 819.50
No.2 " . K.rx )
No. 1 , 0. U. , 8 In 10.60
FINISIttNa.
1st and 2d , clear , 1 , \ } ( Incli , s. 2 s 850.50
3d , clear , 1 Incii , s. 2 s. , 4550
" " Uf , IK , 2 In 40.M )
A select , 1 Inch , s. 2s. , 40.00
" " Wi IK , a In 44.00
B " l inch , s.3 s. , 30.00
" " 1V , IK. Sin 37,00
SOUTHERN Tr.IJ.OW I'lXE.
Com. 4 & 0 In. Flooring 817.0
Star " 21.60
Clear M In. Colling 21.50
" < /ln. Partition . 2.-.00
" FlnlBli , l&lVfln. s9s . 9.00
" Corrugated Cellluir , 4 In . 2.-.00
" Yellow Pine Casing and Base. . . . 27.00
roi'i.An I.UMUER.
Clear Poplar Bx. Bds. % In. , s , U s . sa'i.60
* ' Kin. Panel , s. 2s . 27.00
" " Corruuated Coiling , } ( 28.50
I1ATTENS , WELL TUH1NO , TICKETS.
O G Baits. 2K In . 800.75
" kx3ln , s. IB. . 00.45
3 In. Well TutilnL' . D , fc M and Bev. . . . . 23.00
Pickets , D & II Flat . 20.50
" " Square . 21.00
SHINni.r.S. LATH.
XX clear . .83.10 Extra A * S190
* A Standard . . 2.75 * AUBAB 12.55
Cln. clear No 1. . 1.50 Lath 2.65
White cedar , C In. , s. , I2c ; 0 In. qrs. , lie ;
8 in. qrs. , lOc : 4 in. round 15c ; Tonnessuu
Red Cedar , split. 15c : Spilt Oak , 12c.
LIME , KTC. ,
Quincy white limo , ( best ) We : Akron cement ,
81.75 ; Hair , 30c ; Plaster. 52.7.'i ; Tar board ,
81.75 : Sasli , 40c per ct. : Doors. 40o per cU ;
Blinds , 40c per ct. ; Mouldings , 40c per ct. ;
Tar felt , per cwt , 82.25 ; Straw board , 81.75.
THE RAILWAYME TABLES.
OMAHA.
DUMMY TRAINS.
Running Between Council Bluffs and South
Omaha. In addition to the stations mentioned.
trains Btop at Twentieth mm Twenty-fourth
streets , and at the Sum cult m Omaha.
Westward.
Broad Transfer. Omaha. Shccl'ys. Stock
way. Ynrds ,
6:15 : 6:27 6:35
6:40 : 0:47 7:05 : 7:17 7:20 :
7:40 : 7:47 : 8.05 8:17 : R5 !
8:40 : 8:47 : * B.25
9:40 : 0:47 : 1005 10:17
10:40 : 10:47 : 11:05 : 11.17 11:83 :
11:40 : 11:47 * 12:17 : 12.2.- .
12:47 : 1:05 : J:17 1:25
1:40 l47 ; 2:03 : 2:17 : 2:25 :
2:40 : 2:47 : 3:25 :
3:40 : 11:47 : 4:06 4:17 4:25 :
4:50 : 4:57 5:15 : 5:22 : 5:33 :
' BJ52 6:15 : 0:22 : 6:32
o'aw 0i7 : 7:00 : 7:11 : 7:18
7:25 : 7'W : 10:00 10:12 10:20 :
11:08 : 0:15 :
10:2 % lOi'B 11:30 : 11:32 11:40 :
11:45 : 12.05
Eastward.
Stock Shtol'yc. Omaha. Transfer I ) road
Yards. way.
0:28 : 6:35 :
650 ; 653 ; 7:28 7:35 :
7:50 : 7:58 : 8:28 :
6:50 : 8:58 : 0:28 :
0:00 : 0:58 : 10:28 10:35 :
10:48 : 11:1- : ) 11:20 :
11:50 : 11:58 : 12:28 : ISA *
13:50 : 12:58 : 1:23 : 1:35 :
1:10 : 1:58 : 2:28 : 2:35 :
2:50 : 2:58 : 3:28 : ! ) ; 35
0:50 : : i:58 : 4:28 4:35 :
4:50 : 4:53 : 5:29 : 5:33 :
6:40 : 5:47 : 6:18 : 6:25 :
6:40 : 0:47 : 7:13 7:20 :
7:25 7:33 8:28 : 8:15
10 : III 10:20 :
10:30 : 10:33 11:40
11:45 : 11:53 :
COUNCIL BLUFFS.
Leave Arrive
CONNECTING LINES. Transfer Transfer
depot. depot.
C.a f. 4 P. : 0:40 : n. ra. 9:15 : a. m.
All trains run Dally. 0:40 : p. m. 7:00 : p. m.
0. * N. W. 0:40 : a , m. 0:15 : a. m.
All trains run Dally. 6:1J p. m. 7:00 : p. m.
c. . n. & Q. 0:45 : a. m. 015 ; u. m.
All trains run Dally. 6:35 : p. m. 7:00 : p. in.
C..M. &St. P. 0l ; > a. m. 9:15 : a , m.
AH trains run Dally. 6:40 : p. in. 7:00 : p. m.
Sioux City. 1:35 : p. m. 12:00 : m.
K. C. , St. J. A C. H. 0:25 a. in. mitt a. m.
All trains run Daily , 6:15 p. m. 9:18 : p. in.
W. , StL. &P.
AH trains run Dally. 2:15p. : m. 12:15 : p. ra.
B. C. & P , 040a. ; m. 8:50 n , m.
All trains run Dully. 7:00 : p. m. 7.00p. m.
TI1B CHICAGO AND
North
Northwestern
western
Sliort Line
The only road to take for DCS Molncs Mar-
Blialltown , Oedar Idinlds , Clinton , Dlzon , Chica
go , Milwaukee and all points oust. To the people
ple of Nebraska , Colorado , Wyomlnjr , Utah
Idaho , Aovada , Oreiron , Washington , and Call'
fornla , It odors tuporlor advantages not IIOBS ! '
bio by 0117 other line.
Amour a row oT tuo numerous point * ot BII-
Rfylority enjoyed by the patrons of this rood
between Omaha and Chicago , are Its two trains
udayofDAV COACHES , which nro the Uncut
that human art and Ingenuity cuu create. Ita
PALAOKK8LKI3PING OAUS , which are models
of eotntort and cletrauco. Its PA It LOU DltAW.
INC ) ItOOM OAKS , unsurpassed by any. and Its
widely celetirutod PALATIAL DINING OAKS ,
the equal nf which cannot bo found elsewhere
At Council Bluffs the trulns nf the Union I'liclllo
Ity. connect In Union Depot with these ol tlio
Chicago & Northwestern Ity. In Chicago the
trains of this Una make close connection with
tboeonf all eastern lines.
for Detroit. Gnlumbup , Indianapolis. Cincin
nati , Niagara Falls , UutTalo , I'lttshurir.Toronto ,
Montreal , Boston , Now Vurk , I'lilladulpliia ,
Ualtlmnro , Washlntrton and ' poluts in the
cast , ask for a ticket /In the
"NOllTHWESTBHN. "
If you wish the best accommodation , AH ticket
agents Roll tickets via this line *
II. HuaillTT , K. P. WILSON.
Genl. Manager , Genl. Pass'r Agent
Chicago , III.
W.M.HAnCOCK. L.H. BOLLKS ,
Westarn Awont , City I'ass'r Agent ,
Omaha Naliraaka.
FINE JOB PRINTING.
HUES PRINTING CO. ,
Printers , Book Binders
ABdBlankbookMinufacturan. Noi. 108 and
K8.4th street , Oiuahn.Neb. .I.F. Falrlle , Super.
tatendentUlnderr. TtUphon No , SU ,
JOBBERS' ' DIRECTORY
Agricultural Implements.
cJlfLL l U
Wholtule rxtltr ID
Agricultural Implements , Wnpons ,
Cr-rrliues ml Hulled. Jono * ilreeU between 8th
anrtl0tli,0mah , Neb.
LININGER C METCALF CO. ,
Agricultural Implements ,
n , llugglf , Hie. , WhoUnalff , Onuha.
PARLINORENDORFtK MARTIN
Wtiolemle Dealers In
Agricultural Implements ,
r gen and Dugglen. JI01. KM , uttt mid 1W , Jonf nt'
Artists' Material.
A. HOSPE , Jit. ,
Artists' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1M3 Douglm Street. Om hi > .
Builders' Hard wart and Scales.
e TA YLOR ,
Bullders'Hard ware & Sea loKcpalr Shop
Mechanics' Tooli and IlufTnlo Brtlei. 1IIX > Uouglat t ,
- umiilia. Neb.
Books and Stationery.
A. T. KKA'YOy tC CO. ,
Wlio'oinln nncl Ro'tll '
booksellers ami Stationers ,
IKS Douplm St. , OninliM , Nrb. Telephone 601.
Corrr'tiniulrnco
Boots and Shoes.
Jobbers of Hoots and Shoes.
1411 K rn ni it , Omaha , Neb. Manufactory , Bnmmet
utreat. notion. _
7. . T. LIADSJKT l > CO. ,
Wholesale llubljcr Boots and Shoes
Uuboer mul Oiled Clotliini ; and felt Hoots nml
? lincs. lilt HnrnnvStrpi't.
Betr.
STORK cC ILER ,
Logcr Beer Brewers ,
1(21 North Hth Street. Omaha. Neb.
Butchers' Tools.
LOUIS HELLER ,
Butchers' Tools and Supplies ,
lausage eatings or all klndi nlwaji In Block. 1118
Jonmeuoaiaha
Coffee , Spices , Etc.
Omaha Coffee and Spice Hills.
T * . OoffreiBplc > . Baking Powder. Flavoring !
tracu , Laundry Blue , Ink. Hie. lllt-ld Ilanuj
Street , Omaha. N b.
Cornier.
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
John Epencter , Prop.
Uannfaoturer of OalTanlied Iron and Cornle * . ON
Dodge and lOtand 104 N , lOtb it- . Omaha , Neb.
RUEMPING 6 BOLTE ,
llanufacturera of
Ornamental Galvauized Cornices ,
Dormer Wlodowi , Flnali.UotallcSkylightetc. BIOS.
12t1 it , Omaha.
WESTERN CORNICE WORKS ,
C. Spccht , Prop.
Galvantied Iron Cornices , etc. Bpcct's Improved Pat
ent Mrtallc 8k7lltht. ! MS and 61J ( S. 12th rt .Oni.hu.
Carpets.
OMAHA CARPET CO. ,
Jobber * of
Carpets , Curtains , Oil Cloths , _ _ . . „
Linoleums , Mattings , Ktc. Hit DouKlti itrcct.
Crockery and Notions.
Agent for 'he Manufacturer * and Importers of
Crockery , Glassware ,
lamps , Chimneys , etc. Office , SIT South Uth at.
_ Omaha. Neb. _
CLOTHING
M. ELGU'ITER'8
Mammoth Clothing House.
Corner Inrnnm and Tenth Streets. Umaha. Neb.
Commission and Storage.
J > . A. HURLEY ,
Commission and Jobbing.
Batter , Kggaand Produce. Oonslgnmanta solicited.
Ueadquarters for tUnnewnru , llerrj Bozra anil
Grnpo Baskets. 1411 IXMlgestreetOmaha.
H1DDELL d ) RIDDELL ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Fpeclultlos-Butter , KKKL tlipcio , Po iltrjr , Uame ,
Oysters , etc. , etc. 112 S. iuu ht.
PEYCKE BROS. ,
Commission Merchants.
Fruits , Produce and Provisions , Omaha. Neb.
" "
" WIEDEMAtf C CO. ,
Produce Commission Merchants ,
Poultry , Ilutter , Game , Fiulta , etc. 230 B. lltbst
Omaha. Neb ,
Coal antf Lime.
Oio. . l.AHAon , I'ren. C. F. aoonuAN , V. Pies.
J. A. SUNDIKI.AHD , Sac. and Traus.
CO A I , , COKE < & LIME
COMPANY ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal.
m South Thirteenth Street , Omaha , Neb.
rco. . ,
Manufacturers of Illinois White Lime.
And Shippers of Cnal and Coke. Cement , Planter ,
Umo , Hair , Flro Ilrlik , Drain. Tile nml < < ewerl'lpo.
omoe. IMxton Hotel , rartuim Ft. , Oiniha , Nub.
Cigart and Tobacco.
X EYEK
Jobbers of Cigars , Tobacco ,
Dun * and Ammunition , 216 to 223 8 lllh sU , 1020 to
1U24 Farnarasl.Oraiha.Neb.
WEST A FRITSCHER ,
Manufacturers of Fine Cigars ,
And Wholesale Dealers In Leaf Tobaccos , Noa.103
and 110 N. tun street. Omaha.
Dry Goods.
M. E. SM/TjfC CO , ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods & Notions
1107 and 1104 Douglis , cor. llth St. , Omaha , Nub.
Distillers.
Dlstllleri of Liquors , Alcohol and Spirits. Import era
and Jobbers of Wines an.l Liquors.
WILLOW SPRINGS DISTILLED
CO. and ILER C CO. ,
Importers and Jobber * of Flno Wines and I.tquon.
Bolo manufacturers of Renuedr'x Bast India till'
ters und Domcs'lc I lqunr > . 1112 Hartley SU
Furniture.
STOKE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture.
Farnam St. . Omaha. Neb.
CHARLES KHIVERICK ,
Furniture , Bedding , Upholstery ,
Mirrors , etc. 1200.1203 and H10 Karnam St. . Oinao * .
Groceries ,
IAIA'1'0JV , GALLAGHER < C CO. ,
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
Noc , TOJOT , 'M arid 711 B. 10th St. , Omaha , Nab.
McCORD , BRADY < B CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
Iftu and Leavenwortli Dts.Omahi > .
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Hardware.
LEE , FRIED < C CO. ,
Jobbers of Hardware and Nails ,
Tinware i , Hheetlron , Etc. Agent * for Howe bcalas ,
and Miami - derlV.Omalia.Nul > .
W. J. BROATCH ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel.
BpH , Wagon ritock. Hardware Lumber , etc. 1201
and imiUrney St. . Omaha.
EDNEY C GIBBON ,
Wholcsalo Iron and Steel ,
Waicon and Carrlaite Wood Htock , Heavy Hardware ,
Ktc. HIT and 12i Leavenworth St. . Omaha. Neb.
-MILTON ROGERS C HO Nit ,
Stoves , Haiih'w , Furnaces , . Tiles ,
WtntlesGrates , limts ( loods. 1J31 and 1M3
Htreut.
OMXHA JOBBERS' DIRECTOR !
Iron Works.
VIERLIXG
Iron Works ,
Wrought anil Tast Iron BullJlne Work , Iron ! < latr %
HillliiK , lleams and Cllrdors , Steam Kntlnes , HraM
Work , Ounaral irpuiulrj , Mncblno and Illnrkiraltkt
\1ott. OBlcoanJWorks.U. P. Uy.andl'thstieet.
II. K. SA WYER ,
Manufacturing Dealer in SmokoStackg ,
llrltthlngf , Tnnk'.nnd ( leneral tlollerKepalrlng ,
1,111 Dthliie street , Omaha.
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F. If , MOM AN Us ! 0. SUI.UVAM.
OMAHA WIRE cC IRON WORKS ,
Manufactiin'n of
ire nnd Iron Kaillugs , Desk'Rails ,
Window ( ) uard , Klowcr Btnnds , Wire Signs. Ito
1WM. liith. ( JnlOM by mall promptly aUendndta.
Lumber.
OM iHA T > UMBER CO. ,
I > it1e < - ' . Alt Kinds of I
Building Material at Wholesale , '
Uth Street and Union PartBe Track. Omaha
LOUIS BRADFORD , "
Dealer in Lumber. Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Doors , Klo. Yards-Corner 7th and Douglas ) Corner
IHh and Douglas.
CHICAGO LUMBER CO. , '
Wholesale Lumber ,
514 S.ItthstreetOmanaN t > . r.Colpotior , Mnnager.
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C. N. DIETZ.
Lumber.
13th and California Streets , Omaha , Neb.
JPRED W. GRAY ,
Lnro ber , Lime , Cement , Etc. . Ktc.
Cor.Cth and Douglas slsK Omaha.Nex
HOAGLAND ,
Lumber.
T. W. H.4RVEYLUMBER CO. ,
To Dealers Only.
Office , 1103 Farnam street. Omaha.
COAS. JR. LEE ,
Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood Carpets and Parquet Flooring. 9th and DonglM
Omaha.
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JOHN A. WAKFJFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc.
Imported . and American Portland Cement , fltatf.
" "wmikcn Hydraulic Ce " ' " "
( lulncv WhlteLlme.
Lire Stock.
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. ,
Of Omaha.
Limited. John F. Boyd ,
Lite Stock Commission.
McCOY BROS. ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants.
Market furnished free on application. Mini kern an
feeders furnliniM on KO < l lorinn , lloreronce
Oinahn Nntlonnl II ink nnd Bouth Umahu Nutlona
Union Stock Yards , Mouth Oiuttrm.
JIT. BURKE C SONS ,
Live Stock Commission.
. . Oeo. Uurke , Manager
Union Stock Yards , B. Umaha. Telephone 1st.
SAVAGE C GREEN ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
Shipments of any and all klnda of Stock solicited.
Union Stock Yntdn. Omaha , Neb.
Millinery and Motions.
I. OBERFELDER .C CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers of
Millinery and Notions ,
1213 and 121S Harney 8t > eot. Omaha , Neb.
Notions.
V. ROBiNSON NOTION CO.\ \
Wholesale Dealers In
Notions and Furnishing : Goods ,
403 and 406 B. Tenth 81 , Omaha.
Overalls.
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING
COMPANY ,
Manufacturers of Overalls ,
leans Pants , Shirts , Ktc. 1102 and 1104 Dou ) | HB Street ,
Umaha , Neb.
PAPER
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholcsalo Paper Dealers.
Tarry a nice stock of Printing , Wrapping and Writ *
Inif paper. Hpeclnl attention elvpn to cur loailor
enters , which will ho shipped direct from mills. All
orders will rccolvo personal attention. Wo guar
antee good uoods and low prices. 11U and
Douglas ! ) ! .
Printing.
REES PRINTING COMPANY
Job Printers , J'lank Book Makers.
And Book Binders. 10G and 108 South 1'ourtecnttl
street. Omaha , Neb.
WESTERNNEWSPAPERUNIOfi
Auxiliary Publishers.
Dealers In Type , Presies and Printers' Supplies. 09
Bouth. Twelflhhtrcct.
PuiTipS.
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CHURCHILL PUMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pumps , Pipe , Fittings ,
Bteamantl Water Supplies. Headquarter * fir Must
' . 1111 J nmm t. , onmhn.Neb.
U. S. WIND ENGINE and PUMP
COMPANY.
Iliilladay Wind Mllisi ntcam and Wdter Puprllos ,
Plumbing Uoods , lleitlng. llo n. IDS and 'rjj fur.
nau St. , Umaha. 0. K. heltnn , Maiiugcr.
A. L. STRANG CO. ,
rumps , 1'ipos anil Engines.
Bteam. Water , Railway and Hilling Supplies. Etflt
WO , vaand Kit framam t , OuiHlia. Not. _
BROWNEhL C CO. ,
Manufacturers nnd Ieular In
EiifirliiPi , Bailers & General Mncliinory
Hhect Iron work , Staara I'umpf. Saw Mill * , Aorai
Bbaftlnn.Dodf * Woodsallt rullajra , Baiting , ate ,
Alsowaconiior.pon.aaUU 4 tl a , " -
T Dworth m. Omixha
Rubber Goods.
OMAHA RUBBER CO. ,
Munuluclurer and Dcnlori In nil kind I of
Uuliber ( iooils ,
OIK'Iothlnir nncl linili"r llpl'lnv 1I H rnrnttn" ! .
Safes , Etc.
I' . BOYER tO CO. ,
' & Lock Co.s'
Agents for Hall's Safe .
Fire and Hinder Proof 8 fui. Time I/irl , VaulU
d J < ll Work. 11MJ r anmm utrcet Onmlm , Neb.
G. ANDREEN ,
Omaha Safe Works.
Vanufsctnrersof Tire and llorirlor Proof Kafcs , Vnult
IJoors , Jail Work.hhut.cru itnd Wire Work. Cor.
mimnd Jackson HI ! Omt.hit.Nub ,
Sash , Doors , Etc.
CO. ,
Wholeiale Manufncturt'rs ot
Sash , Doors , Blinds and MoiililiiififH ,
llrtinch omee.lllli and liarU st . .Onshsyfr.
BOIIX MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers , of Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
llould'jiue.fitalr ' Work and Interior Hard Wood Finish
Just uuvntnt. N. K. cor. bill mid LeuvonwortliBU.
Omuba , Neb.
THE ( Mil HOTEL
Lincoln , Neb.
Thn best known nnd inott pom'ilar hotel In
tlio state. Location cuntral , npiiolntiiioiitH first
class. Headquarters for tommordril men un4
School , County and City
J
Wo will pay lilirlirftt prlco for amo.
Muilo at lowest ratee. Coriibpiindunte solltlteJ
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