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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : FBIDAY , OOTOBEK 28. . 1887.
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS.
YpBtorday'o Trading In Wheat Closes
With Wednesday's Prices.
NARROW FLUCTUATIONS RULE.
A Vnlr Volume of FttiRlncxft Transacted -
acted In Corn A Quiet Mconlon
In the 1'roTlslon Pit Cattle
Active Quotations
CHICAGO rilOIUCB MAUKET.
CntCAoo , Oct. 27. [ Special Telegram to
tha UKK. ] The result of to-day's trading In
wheat was to Icnvo prices Just where they
were left yesterday. The fluctuations were
not large , neither wns the amount of busi
ness , and news wns neither exciting nor of
great influence. Shortly after thu opening
there appeared to foe some selling by parties
who were believed to have bought a long
line and wcro expected to stand on it for a
good advance , and there was an Immediate
jumping to the conclusion that all this wheat
was to bo Bold. The conclusion was also
reached by the bears that such a proceeding
would go far towards "knocking out the bottom
tom , " and they naturally turned in to help ,
with the result of breaking thu price about
J c , but that was as far as It would go. The
opening was at last night's closing figures
7Ac for December and TOJ c for May. After
advancing ' < Immediately after the opening
prices fell under the influences above men
tioned to 7l > c for May and 73 , ' c for Decem
ber. There was found to bo plenty
of buying orders for May at "Do and at Unit
price Koine of the strongest houses bought
considerable grain , not bidding the price up ,
but taking It HH it was offered. It was ulso
discovered that the avalanche of wheat which
was expected did not como and the market
began to show signs of strength. There was
un advance to TllJ e for December and 79J @
TSJJ/c for May , but the first named delivery
lost > e bcforo the elose , and there were not
many trades lit thu outside figures. The
close was steady at 7yj1uC for December and
79J < @ 7li'o ) ! for May.
Fluctuations in the corn market wcro very
small and the change for the day was unim
portant , November losing and May gaining a
fraction , while December delivery closed at
exactly the same figure as yesterday. There
was u fair volume of business done and thu
market appeared firm , with light receipts re-
KK > nslblo for such feeling. Hutchlnson , who
bought largely for November deli very yester
day , was a seller of the same month to-day.
That delivery , which opened at 42c , sold down
to H4\Xc \ at one time , but closed at 41J
@ 42c. December opened at 41J c , sold down
to /41\'c and imck to 41&c , where it
closed. May opened at 45 > l@45&c , sold down
to 45@45 > jfc , tip to 45'B'ii41 ( > iiO und closed at
45W < S45 ? < fc.
Oats were quiet almost to dullness In the
speculative market and the limited business
passing , as on thu day bcforo , was confined
largely to the May option. Prices were
steady , with slight fluctuations. May opened
lit JMJ c and closed . at 1 o'clock at 29 } . < c bid
' '
and sel'
October
pother.
December ruled nominal at 2T >
In the provision market the day's business
scarcely iniulu u moderate showing. There
were no unusual developments. Traders o (
all classes packers as well as professional
peculators were reluctant to take sides and
from first to last u quiet feeling prevailed.
Kasier prices were also the rule and in Octo
ber short ribs a decline of 15e was sufTercd.in
November , December and January lard SUfc
and In January pork f > o. January short ribs
and May lard wcro unchanged and for
October lard the price advanced from iKi.5.
yesterday to $0.00 , an advance of 5c. October
short ribs sold from $41.75 curly down to $ ll.OO
at the closo. For November and December
lard closed at $ l.25. ! January , which was the
most active future , sold at * 12. ! ) ( .i > 12.i7 : > < for
pork. tO.JilKSn.a-JK for lard and $0.27K ( 0.C : !
for snort ribs. For the same month pork
closed at * l2.12J ! < f , lurd $ ( .32K , and short ribs
at * .27
steady. Oats firmer ; October J.'i&c , Novem
ber ! i.ric , December 25 fo asked , May 29 @
21) ) Vc. Pork for January delivery advanced
Be , selling at $12.a2U@12.a7. and closing at
other deliver neglected. Lard
was stronger and for delivery after this
month 2J o higher. Short ribs forOctobei
delivery sold from fO.00 down to (0.50 und al
the close declined 10o ; January wasudvancct
5c , selling at $ .27 } ( g0.32 > < und closing al
CHICAGO MVK STOCK.
CHICAGO , Oct. 27. [ Special Telegram tc
the BEE. ] CATTI.B Trade was moro active
than yesterday that is , there was better in
qulry for big and heavy steers from the New
York and Pittsburg buyers than for anj
day for a week past , und salesmen that luu
exactly what they wanted were luckj
enough to get a little moro money than tin
same quality would huvo brought yesterday
Dressed beef dealers seemed to want mori
stock than yesterday. Uuycrs of the or
dinaryrtm of fat cattle and the buyers o
plain and common stock wcro more eager to
day than any day this week. Shippers an
taking moro plain and common stock thl
week than for many weeks. Some of tin
Pittsburg buyers went as low as $2.70 , am
Now York shippers $3.70@3.85. ! Tcxans am
rangers were selling about thu same as hero
toforo. Native butchers' stock was as lov
as at any time. There was a fair busi
ness in the stacker and feeder trade
but strong weight fleshy feeders seem to b <
the stock wanted at present. Light littli
things are about as low as any time durini
the summer. Fancy , 5.00(20.8. ( ) . Shin
ping steers , 1,950 to 1,500 Ibs , $3.25@4.90
1,300 to 1,850 Ibs , * l.00@4.50 : 950 ti
1,300 Ibs , $2.GO@3.75. Stackers and feeders
f l.SOQSUK ) ; cows , bulls and mixed , $1.25r (
2.70. Texans , $2.1502.80 ; cows , tl.75O2.SC "
Western rangers slow ; natives and" lull
breeds , $2.453.CO. ( Wintered Texaus , $2.5
Hods Trade continues brisk , with little o
tm chnngo in prices as compared with th
day or two past. A few lots of fancy Philt
dolphins and nlco butcher weights , all bai
rows , sold iit$4.05 < 24.70 ; mixed and packin
sorts , $4.45@4.00 ; common , H.31XJ4.4C
Ltjiht sorts , including Yorkers , f .45@l.W
FINANCIAL.
Nu\v YOIIK , Oct. 37. [ Special Telegram t
the Bun. ] STOCKS The stock market had
better appearance , and by Its frequent flin
tuutlons gave traders frequent chances to gt
In and out. Sentiment in certain circles hi
undergone a decided chaugo within the pai
three days , and It is said that ono of the larj
cst hears has withdrawn from thu market fc
the present. The opening was firm and ger
crally higher. Arbitrage houses , bougl
fairly for foreign account. Shorts who lui
profits also took them and prices move
steadily upward , the gains extending to 1 ]
points. The advance brought out considc :
able stock and u recession followed. Kuiuoi
were circulated that the Missouri , Kansas .
Texas was about to go Into the hands of
receiver and the stock broke 1J per ecu
The secretary of the company , however , d
tiled the rumor and said the roud had no 11
btlittcs on which It could bo put into tl
hands of n receiver , also that the Decemb <
coupons would bo paid without a doubt Tl
road is leased to the Missouri Pacltlc , and i
friends claimed that It would bo helped 01
nil right. On thcso reports prices rallied ;
per cent. A bear combination , composed i
Cainmack , Connor , Jones , James and So
luour was reported formed to force Readli
to CO. President Corbln did not nppei
alarmed , and remarked : "Let them i
ahead ; their calculations are liable to nil
carry. " Prices advanced } ( , but reacted
per cent. The feature of tbo market was i
advance of 4 points In Cotton Oils. Thlsw
uttrlbutablo to the election of J. H. Flaglc
and the jact that It is now controlled by tl
Standard Oil party. . Granger ? were stroi
and uu X\4 per cent , The action'of ti
Cotton Oils made it apparent that the shakeout -
out which 1ms been going on for six months
has been about completed. Prices huvo ad
vanced about 10 points within two weeks nnd
closed to-night 2 } per cent higher than yes
terday. In the last hour the market became
ragged , Western Union advanced and closed
1 point higher on reporU of heavy earnings
nnd that rates wcro to bo advanced. The net
gains on the rest of the list were of no im
portance except on Manitoba , which was
up 1J4 per cent.
GOVBII.NMRXTS Government bonds were
dull but firm.
TESTEIIIIAT'S QUOTATIONS.
IMlODtlCK MA11KKT8.
, Oct. 27. Following arc the 2:30
prices :
Flour Steady nnd unchanged.
Wheat Featureless and opened at about
the closliiRof yesterday , and after fluctuating
closed # ( < 'Vo higher ; cash , 73Jio ; Decem
ber , 73 ll-llio ; May , 7'JMo. '
Corn Moderately active but firm ; opened
at yesterday's close and closed a shade
higher ; cash , 41J < c ; December , 4lc ; May ,
45 ft-lfic.
Oats Dull , with no material change ; cash ,
25 WOo ; Dcccuihcr , 235 0 ; May , 211 0-10e.
Kye-Easy at 51 > o.
Harley 72c.
Prime Timothy * l2.in@2.20.
Flax-seed $1.09K.
Whisky10. ! .
Pork Moderately active , but irregular ;
January , 12.t7 : > .
Lard Steady , with small pain over yester
day ; cash , $0.00 ; December , $41.30 ; May ,
Dry Salted Meats-Shoulders. 13.00(35.20 ( ;
short clear , * < UKC ) < * 7.00 ; short ribs , $0.05.
Uutter Steady ; creamery ,
dairy , Hl@10c.
Chocso Steady ; full cream Cheddars ,
; flaU , lOVOBllo ; younu Americas , 11
.
Hides UnchatiKcd ; heuvy green salted. 7c ;
light , do. , 73 < fo ; salted bull , Oc ; prccii salted
calf , 8 ; dry Hint. 12@13c ; dry calf , 12@13o ;
dry salted , lOo ; deacons , each , 30c.
Tallow Unchanged ; No. 1 country , 4@
4 c ; No. 2 , 8 0 ; cakes , 4'fc.
Hcccipts. Shipments.
Flour , bbls . 2 ! ) , ( > 00 22,000
Wheat , bu . 52,000 70,000
Corn , bu . 187,000 301,000
Outs , bu . i(4,000 : ( 235,000
Uyc , bu . 8,000 4,000
IJiulcy , bu . 40.000 04,000
St. Lou IN , Oct. 27. Wheat Steady ;
cash , 71K@72 < c ; May , SOtfc.
Corn Unchanged , cash , W@-tOe } ; Decem
ber. 48 , ' < c.
Oats Firm ; cash , 2."c ; Maj' , 28Xc.
Pork-ia.OO.
Lawl # S..10.
Whlskv-1.05.
Huttcr Unchnnged ; creamery , 23@2Co ;
dairy , 10@21o.
Afternoon I3oard Wheat , active and
higher ; October , 72o ; November , 72c bid ;
December 7t ! } c. Corn , dull ; January , US e ?
May , 41HC. ; ! Oats , dull and unchanged.
New Orleans , Oct. 27. Corn Strong
and higher ; white , 5Co ; mixed , 50@57c ; yel
low , r > 7c.
Oats Steady and in fair demand ; No. 2 ,
-
Cornmeal Steady and ilrm at $2.35.
Hog Products Easier ; pork , $13.75 ; lard ,
0.75.
0.75.Bulk
Bulk Meats Shoulders , $5.25 ; long clear
and clear rib , W.87 > 4@7.00.
MinncnpollK , Oct. 27. Wheat Steady
and in good demand for track wheat ; No. 1
hard , October and November , 71c ; Decem
ber , 72o ; May , 78c ; No. 1 northern , Octo
ber nnd November , C8c ; December. C9o ;
May , 75c ; No. 2 , northern , October and No
vember , ( S4c ; December , ( We ; May , 71 c.
Flour Patents. $4.a5@4.50 ; bakers' $3.25
(33.45. (
Kecelpts Wheat , 232,000 bu.
Shipments Wheat , 50,000 bu ; flour , 27,000
bbla.
bbla.Milwaukee
Milwaukee , Oct. 27. Wheat Firm ;
cash , 70Kp ; November , 70Jfo ; May , 785 < fc.
Corn-Steady ; No. 3 , 40 } o.
Oats Firm ; No. 2 white , 2Sc.
Uyc Strong ; No. 1 , 52c.
Barley Lower ; No. 2 , GO'fc.
Provisions Steadier ; pork , October , (13.00
@ 13.50.
Cincinnati , Oct. 27. Wheat Stronger ;
No. S red , 74 @ 75c.
Corn Steady ; No. 2 mixed , 44 > c.
Oats Fasiurjnilxod , 20 > Jc.
Kye Easier ; No. 2 , 53e.
Pork Eaior at $18.00.
Lard Quiet at $0.30.
Whisky Steady nt $1.05.
New York , Oct. 27. Wheat Receipts ,
12S.OOO ; exports , 35,000' options opened firm ,
later declined X@Xc , subsequently advanced
, and closed firm at best ; spot , firm ;
llvorcd , us to quality ; November closed at
.
Corn Receipts , 140,000 ; exports , 13,000 ;
spot , Ilrm ; options J < @ yo higher , with moro
doing ; ungraded , 52 % < rt5331'c ; No. 3 , 53 ®
fiSjtfo in store , 53o f. o. b. , 53j c delivered ;
November closed at Biji'c.
Oats Receipts , ' .I'.OOO ; exports , 1,200 : a
shndo better ; mixed western , 32@34o ; whlto
Avestern , 35@40c.
ColTee Spot , fair ; Rio , nominal { options
! > 0(345 ( jioints lower and moderately active ;
sales , 120,750 bags ; October , $10.15 ; Novem
ber , $10.10@10.30 ; December , $ ir..05@10.40 ;
January , $15.00(210.15 ( ; February and March.
$15.90@ll.05. !
Petroleum Steady ; United , 70c.
Eggs Moderate inquiry ; western , 12(3 (
21 } < c.
Pork Unchanged.
Lard Dull and heavy , with the market
lower ; western steam , spot , $0.85.
Unttcr In light demand ; western , I3@
25o ; western creamery , ltl@25c.
Cliccso Steady with demand light ; west
ern ,
Kaunas City , Oct. 27. Wheat Strong ;
No. 2 soft , cash , 05o bid : November , Coo bid ;
May , 75o bid , 75tfo ; asked.
Corn Steady ; No. 2 , cash , 35J/C bid , 3f > i <
asked ; October , 35 0 bid ; May,3'Jcbid,39b'c
asked.
Oats Xo. 2 , 22tfo bid.
fclVK STOCK.
Union Stock Vai-dti , Chicago , Oct. 27
The Dra vets' Journal reports :
Cattle Receipts , 10,000 ; market stron ;
for good : common dull ; shipping steers
$2.00tf4.00 ( : stockers nnd feeders , $1.803.00
cows , bulls and mixed , $1.252.70 ; Toxai
cuttle , $ l.7i@2.00 ; western rangers. f2.43i (
8.00.
8.00.Hogs Receipts , 26,000 ; market steady
but closed weaker ; mixed. $4.20@4.55 ; heavy
$4.30@4.G5 ; light , f 1,55 ; skips , $3.00@4.20.
Sheep Receipts , 8,000 ; market weaker
natives , $2.SO4.6o ; western , $3.00@3.GO
Texans , I2.40Q3.40 ; lambs , $4.25Q5.30.
Kansas City , Oct. 27. Cattle Receipt :
8,000 ; shipments , 8,300 ; market steady fo
corn-fed and choice grass rangers : good t
choice corn-fed , $4.20 ( ( 4.SO ; common to me
dlum.$8.2.r4.10 : stoc.kor , $2.00@2.CO ; feed
ing steers , $2.G3@3.13 ; cows , (1.2.Xj.50. !
Hogs Receipts , 12,000 ; shipments , 1,700
market steady and So higher ; commoi
to choice , $4.00(24.45 ( ; sUips and pigs , $2.0
@ 3.73.
National Stock Yards. East SI
IjouU , Oct. ' . ' ] . Cattle Receipts , 2,000
shipments , 3,000 ; market active and steady
choice heavy native steers , $ t.20@4.CO ; fal
to good native steers , $3.GOa ( > 4.30 ; butcher *
steers , medlunv to choice , $2.W@3.70 ; rant
crn.rJ.OOffla.CO. .
Hogs-Recoipts , 5,000 , ; shipments , COO
the market was abhade lower ; ohotc
heavy tuid butchers' selections , $4.i54.70
packing mid Yorkers , ' medium to prim <
$4.20@4.50 ; plfis , couunon to eood , ' 3.60C
4.1B. . .
OMAHA MVK STOCK.
_
Tlmrsday , Oct. 27.
Cattle.
The recelpis of cattle wcro still lighter
to-day , there being only fifty-two cars of
fresh receipts as against sixty-eight yester
day. There were very few corn-fed steers in
and there was only ono load that could be
called prime. A very large proportion of the
cnttlo were rangers. The market continues
about steady and Is devoid of any especially
new features. Good corn-fed natives arc
holding their own in the market , but butcher
stock nnd feeders arc going at low prices.
lIORfl.
The receipts of hogs wcro heavier to-day
than for some time back , the fresh receipts
being forty-eight cars , or a gain of twelve
cars over yesterday. The market opened
fairly active and at about steady prices , al
though the buyers started out by offering
only $4.20 ( 4.30. The top price. $1.35 was
obtained for only four loads. The market
cased off toward the close and closed fully 5u
lower. The buyers wcro well represented on
the market and the pens cleared bcforo the
close.
Sheep.
The market is very quiet.
Official ItcoclptH.
Cattle 1,104
Hogs 3,204
Sheep n. 381
Horses 44
SHIPMENTS.
Hogs 12 cars , R. I. Uoston
Prevailing Prices.
Showing the prevailing prices paid for live
stock on this market : .
Choice steers , 1300 to 1500 It.s . $4.25t4.65 (
Choice steers , 1100 to 1J100 llis 4.00 < a < 4.25
Fat little stccrs,000 to 1050 Ibs 3.75u3.85 (
Corn-fed range stccra , 1200 to 1500 8.85 ( 4.30
Good to choice corn-fed cows 2.25K2.50 (
Common to medium cows 1.5 < ) ( < i2.00
Good to choice bulls 1.2.W2.00
Good range feeders 2.25 ( < i2.50
Good native feeders , 000 fts nnd up
wards 2.50@2.75
Fair to medium native feeders , 000
Ibs and upwards 2.25S2.60 (
Stockcrs , 400 to 700 Ibs 2.00 ( < < 2.70
Prime fat sheep 8.25i3.fiO (
Fair to medium sheep 2.50J3.00 (
Common sheep 1.50it.S.23 (
Light and medium hogs 4.10tf4.2r ( >
Good to choice heavy hogs 4.25rt4.33 (
Good to choice mixed hogs 4.20ff ( 4.80
Showing the number of head of stock sold
on the market to-day :
CATTLE.
G. H. Hauimond&Co 78
Local , 89
Feeders 401
Total 508
HOGS.
G. H. Hammond&Co 5f > 5
Anglo-American Packing Co 1096
J. P. Squires & Co 074
Harris & Fisher 202
Total 3137
Range of Prices.
Showing the highest and lowest prices
paid for hogs , on this market during the past
seven days and on the corresponding days in
1885 and 188G.
All sales of stock in this market are made
per ewt. live weight unless otherwise stated.
Dead hogs sell at o per lb. for all weights.
"Skins , " or hogs weighing less than 100 Ibs.
no value. Pregnant sows are docked 40 Ibs.
and stags 80 Ibs. by the public inspector.
Live Stock Notes.
Cattle slow.
Hogs close 5o lower.
Very few cattle In.
Hogs averaged 00 to the car.
Receipts of hogs on the increase.
Four hog buyers on yesterday's market.
J. H. Brown , North Bend , was hero nnd
marketed hogs.
Hon. Watson Tyson , Blair , marketed n
load of 30o hogs.
J. Roskopf. Dunlap , la. , came in yesterday
looking for sheep.
About 000 head of cattle changed hands on
yesterday's market.
E. Pettcys , Shelby , Nob. , was hero and
marketed a load of hogs.
Sumucl Dalton was in with two car.i ol
hogs from Hillsdale , la.
George Crawford , Red Oak , la. , was in
with two loads of hogs.
Parsons was on the hog market yesterday
buying for Squires < fc Co.
Harry McClelland , Kcnesaw , was at the
yards and sold two loads of hogs.
George A.Tysonof Tysoni\nd tawrcnceol ,
Mulligan , came in with u load of hogs.
J. S. Inman , Osccoln , came in with n load
of 284-lb hogs which sold on the market at
S4.30.
R. McCaw , of superior , came in with three
loads of stock cattle , which were sold on the
market.
Charllo llurko , of the Ilrm of M. Burke &
Sons , was down from the Big Horn countrj
on u visit.
William Ervoy , Blair , Neb. , was hero will
two loads of hogs which brought the top o :
the market.
P. J. Moore , Dunlap , la. , was In and bough
five loads of stock cattlo. Ho will feed 20 (
head this season.
A. T. McElderry , Missouri Valley , was a
the yards and marketed a load of 1150-lb na
lives of his own feeding.
E. R , Dutt , of the Ilrm of Dutt & Kuhl
Asplnwall , la. , was In with a good load o
315-lb hogs which sold on the market.
P. J. Murphy , Rogers , Neb. , was in with i
load of hogs mid u load of cattle. The cattli
wore the best In the yards and brought thi
top price.
Squires & Co.'s string of hogs , bought 01
this market yesterday , averaged 299 Ibs am
cost $4.2t ) . Their hogs bought in Chicagi
averaged 2S3 Ibs and cost $4.48.
OMAHA. WHOLESALE MAHICETS
Thursday , Oct. 27.
Produce , Fruits , Etc.
Ticallowing / arc the price * itt tc/ifcl /
round Jots of produce arc snld on thl
tmiri.'ft. Fntltn or vthcr lines of good * rt
qnlrlna extra lalior of jxicMng cunnut til
ways be sUppKrd on oulxMc orders at th
ame price * u.uotc < I the local trade :
Some of the commission men have added t
their stock 'Miuethwg outside of the usua
llno'of iiroducc. They m-r > i-om-'h ml other
variegated shell * from I'ntlfornU. Two t-nr.
IqatU wcro rcwlvcd to-ilhy. They sell nt
fS.W ) IMT hundred. Th ( produce Biid fruit
markets wcro dull. Otic unr of Louisiaua
Oranges was rroelvcd. Trtitrie chickens arc
bringing peed , strong prlrt's.
Etuis The market is fnlr. good stock brings
.0021. .
Bun En Creamery. West Point 30c ;
other creameries 22 ( < t2-lo per pound ; choice
dairy , 18 ( < ? 20o ; medium-'grades , 13W15o ; or
dinary , 0$10c.
CHIISE : Market fair. Fancy full cream ,
Cheddars , single 13c ; full cicam twins. 13c ;
young Americas , 13 } e ; brick cheese , 100 Ibs
in case , 15c ; Llmberpcr. 100 Ibs in case , 14c ;
Saurs' fancy Ohio , 19o.
LIVE POULTUT Spring chickens. $1.73(31 (
2.00 ; old fowls , ri.OOM2.fiO ; ducks , $2.23
( < ? 2.75 ; geese , $0.50 per doz ; turkuys. In very
light request. 7@7fc. Dressed Chicken * .
SftilOpcrlb ; turkeys , liypj c ; ducks and
geese , IKgUjfu.
SOUK KuoL'T $ S,25 per bbl.
GAMR Receipts light : prairie chicken * ,
* 4.00@4.-5 ; mallard ducks$1.60(52.fiO ( ; ; quail ,
$ l.f > 0rt 1.75 ; teal und mixed ducks , $1.00al.76 ( ;
snlne , 75cg$1.00 ( ; Jack rabbits , 40i.45c each ;
jack snipe , $1.00 | > cr doz ; anteloiH ! and deer ,
per lb. , carcasses , 9c ; saddles , 120'14c.
OVSTEIIS Shell. $2.00 per hundred ; bulk ,
$1.35 per hundred ; selects , $2.20 a gallon ;
cans. New York counts , 45c ; selects , ! Vk < t.40c :
standard , 27@30e ; Hoyiil , 40o ; Jerome bays ,
40o ; Tiger , 25c.
POTATOES The market Is well supplied.
Utah nnd Colorado stock sells at r > ( K < H5c ; Ne
braska and lowu stock 35(3.700 ( per bushel.
SWKBT POTATOES The market Is well sup
plied with home grown ut 03 i.75o per bushel ;
Virginia stock 3o per lb.
Oxioxs Choice large California onions arc
offered on the market atOOo per bushel. Borne
grown , G0ct1.00. ( |
CAtJLlFLOWElt $2.50 per doz.
CiiAXiiEimiEs The market is fairly well
supplied with good stock. Bell & Cherry ,
$7.50 ; Bell ft Bugle. $8.00 ; Cape Cods , $9.00.
BKANS Hand-picked nnvy , $2.i > 0 per bushel ,
and other grades down us low us $1.25. Cali
fornia stock , $2,40 per bushel.
CHLEIIY The receipts are larger and'the
stock better. Good stock brings 30 < vf35c u
dozen.
Cincii Choice Michigan cider , $ rt.00 < ji0.r 0
per bbl. of i)2 ) pal.
CocoAXt'Ts Good stock. $3.00.
LEMONS Messina , * 5.f > 0 ( < iO.OO ; Maiora ,
$7.00 ; Sorronto , $7.00.
MAI-LI : SUOAU Choice Ohio stock , lOo per
lb.
Porcoitx Choice rice corn , Hoper lbother ;
kinds , 22 > . ; c per lb.
HOXEY Choice , in 1 lb frames , 2lc.
OKAXOES Messina out of the market ;
Louisiana , $9.00 per bbl , $5.00 per box ; Ja-
macla , $10.00 per bbl. $3.50 per box.
Arri.Es Choice Michigan apples , homegrown
grown , $3.00n.3.50 ( ; Jonathans , $3.50a3.75. (
GiiAi'KS Home grown stock Is in liberal
supuly und Is moving fecly at 4J < fo per pound ;
California , Tokay , $2.50 per crate ; Muscats ,
$2.50 ; New York , 10-lb baskets , 35@45.- .
QUINCES New York stock , $7.50@8.00 per
bbl.
BANANAS The market is well supplied with
bananas at $2.00J3.00 ( per bunch.
NUTS New crop ; Ohio chestnuts , 15 ( < i1Se !
pcrlb ; peanuts , 7J5e , raw ; Brazil nuts. 13c ;
almonds , Tarragona , ' 'Oc ; English walnuts ,
18o ; filberts , 12o.
Flour anil Feed.
Tlie following arc thcjoltlilmt price * :
Minnesota patents , $2.50 per cwt ; Minnc-
' sola backers' straight , $2.20 per cwt ; Kansas
ahd Missouri winter fancy patents , $2.45 ( !
2.00 : Nebraska patents , $2.23 ( < 2.35 ; rye flour ,
$1.75ftl.SH ( ) per cwt ; rye'Graham , $1.40 per
cwt ; wheat , Graham , $1.75 per cwt ; cornmeal -
meal , yellow , 90o per cwt ; corumeal , white ,
$1.00 per owt : chopped feed , $14.00 < K > 10.00 per
ton ; bran , $12.000113.00 per ton ; screenings ,
$ 'J.OO@12.00 per ton.
HAY Slow ; upland prairie $7.00 ; common ,
coarse , S0.00@0.50.
GroccrH * Ijint.
Corrnn Ordinary grades , 20@20J e ; fair ,
21(5(211 ( 0 ; prime , 21J < j@"c ; fancy preen nnd
yellow , 23 ( < /2.o ; old po.vcrmncnt Java , 28@
30c ; interior Java , 25i2Se ( ( ; Mocha , 28u30c ( ;
Arbuckle's roasted , 254c ; McLaughlin's
XXXX , 25 o ; Dilworth's , 25o ; Hod Cross ,
Hurixno LAIIP Tierce , F > % c : 40-lb square
cans , OKC ; 50-lb round , 7c ; 20-lb round , " 7o :
10-lb pails , 7'fc ; 5-lb pails , 7o " ; 3-lb pails ,
'SCOAU Granulated , 7 @ 7Xc ; conf. A ,
6J < @ 7e ; white extra C , ( ( . ( ViO c ; extra C ,
00. . ' < y o ; yellow C , 5) c ; cut loaf , 7 ? ' @ 7 } c ;
powdered , 7) ) @ 7jO. !
PicKi.ns Medium in bbls. $0.50 ; do in half
bbls , $3.75 ; small , in bbls , $7.50 ; do in half
bbls , $4.25 ; gerkins , ill bbls , $8.50 ; do in half
bbls , $4.75.
WooncxwAnr. Two-hood pails , per doz ,
$1.45 ; 3-hoop pails , $1.70 ; No. 1 tub , $0.50 ; No.
2 tub , $5.50 ; No. 3 tub , $4.50 ; washboards ,
$1.75 ; assorted bowls , $2.25 ; No. 1 churns , 9 ;
No. 2 churns , $8 , No .1 churns , $7.
TOHACCO Lonllard's ' Climax , 44c ; Splen
did , 41c ; Mechanic's Delight , 41c ; Lcgpett &
Meyer's Star , 41o ; Cornerstone , 34c ; Drum-
mond's Horse Shoe , 41c ; T. J. , 37o ; Sorg's
Spearhead , 44c.
BUOOMS Extra 4-tlc , $2.00 ; No. 1 , $2 ; No.
2 , $1.75 ; heavy stable , $4.
CANDY Mixed , 8K@llc ; stick , 8K@9)l. )
CitACKEns Garneau's soda , butter and
picnic. So ; creams , 8c ; ginger snaps , 8c ; city
soda 7c.
TEAS Japan , 20@5Tic : gunpowder.
COJ/c ; Young Hyson , 25@55c ; Oolong , 20@
COc.
COc.JEI.MES
JEI.MES 30-lb pails , $1.80 © 1.00.
PIIOTISIOXS liums , 11(311) ( ) ; breakfast
bacon , ll ; @ 13 c ; bacon sides , 8 @ 0c ; dry
salt , 7 * ffSo ; shoulders , 7@7. ' c ; dried beef
hams , lO llc ; dried beef regular , 9 < l@10'lc ;
hams picnic , 7 % @ c-
DitiEu FUUITS Apples , now , J 'sGc : evap
orated , 50-lb ring , lOCBlOJ c ; raspberries ,
evaporated , 2S@29c ; blackberriesevaoratcd | ) ,
' . ' ? C < i10c ; pitted cherries , peaches , new ,
7 o ; evaporated iieeledpcaches,28@29oevap ;
oratnd , unpared , 18S,19c ( ; new currents , 7 , '
fti:7 : } < ( C ; prunes , 5ft5.tc ( ! : citron , 25c ; raisins ,
London layers , $2.30@2.40 ; California loose
muscatels , $2.10@2.20 ; now Valencias ,
Horn Seven-sixteenths inch ,
SVIIUP No. 70 , 4-gallon kegs. $1.45@1.50 ;
New Orleans , per gallon , 3S@4ie ! ; maple
symp , half bbls , "old time , " per gallon , 80c ;
1-gallon cans , per doz , $10.50 ; half gallon
cans , per doz , $0.25 ; quart cans , $ .1.25.
STAUCK Mirror gloss , SJfc ; Graves' corn ,
C c ; Oswego gloss , 7o ; Oswcgo corn , 7c.
CAXSKD (3oo s Oysters , standard , per
case , $ 'i.10@3.l5 ; strawberries , 2-lb , per case ,
$3.00@3.10 ; raspberries , 2-lb , per case , $3.00 ®
3.10 ; California pears , per case , $4.iO@4.70 ( ;
apricots , jwr case , $4.10@4.25 ; jwaches , per
case , $5.75@5.85 ; white cherries , per case ,
$0.00 ; plums , per case , $3.80(2 ( 3,00 ; blueber
ries , per case , $2.30@2.40 ; egg plums , 2-lb ,
per case , $2.50 ; pineapples , 2-lb , per case ,
$3.20(25.75 ( : 1-lb'salmon , per doz , $1.S)0@1.95 ;
2-lb gooseberries , per case , $3.25(23.35 ( ; 2-lb
string beans , per case , $1.75 ; 2-lb lima beans ,
per case , tl.CO ; 2-lb marrowfat peas , $2.50@
2.110 ; 2-lb early Juncpcas , per case , $2.75 ; ! t-lb
tomatoes , $2.40@3.50 ; 2-lb corn , $2.30@3.40.
HOLLAND HEHUINOS 75@SOo per keg.
Dry GoodH.
COTTON FLANNELS 10- per cent trade dis
count LL , % ; CC , 7'io ; SS , 8)fc ) ;
Nameless , 5 > . ; o ; No. 6 , ( lc ; EE , y c ; GG ,
Oc XX , 12o ; OO , 14c ; NN , Hie ; UX ,
18o ; K , 20c ; No. 10 , 8 } < fo ; 4U,10i c ; ( ) , 12Kc ;
80 , 15o ; 30 , colored , lOo ; SO , colored , 12c ;
70 , colored , 15o ; Bristol , 13 c ; Union Pa-
cirlc I8c.
CAHI-ET Wiiif-Bibb white , IS c ; colored -
ored , 20 c.
BATTS Standard , 8c ; Gem , lie ; Beauty ,
12Xe ; Boonc , 14c ; 11 , cased , ttl.W ) .
PKINTS Souu Coi.ous Atlanta , 5Kc :
Slater , Sc ; Berlin Oil , 0' < o ; Garner Oil , fKO
7c. PINK AND HOUEH UichmondCc ; Allcr
Oc ; Uiverjioint 5c ; Steel Hiver Co ; Uieh
mondtic ; Pacific 0 > c. INDIQO BLUE Wash
ington 6c ; Century Indigo blue prints , lOc
American B c ; Arnold OJfc ; Arnold H lie
Arnold A 12o ; Arnold Goldscul lOUo , DIIESS
Charter Oak , 4 } < o ; Kamapo 3 oLodi4Kc ;
Allen r.J < fo ; Hichmond 5'fc ; Windsor Oc
Eddystone Oo ; Pacirlclk ! .
GINOIIAM Plunkctt checks , 7 > 4"c ; Whit
tcnton , 7 o ; Vork , McNormandl \ Dress
iKo : Calcutta Dress , sUcjWhlttentonDrcss
Oo ; Ron f row Dress , 9@12Kc.
CAMDHICS Slater , 4 c ! Woods , 4J c ; Stan
dard , 4Ko ; Peacock , 4\io. \
CoitsET JEANS Audroscogln , 7J o ; Kcar
sapo , 7e ; Rockport , 6c : Concstoga , j/c
TicKS-Lewiston , 80 in. , 12)fo ) ; Lewiston
82 in. , 13Ko ; York , 32 In. , 14e : Swift River
nj t x uiu d * ! V , sj , U 'gli. VUIU13 illU. t , llUe
DEXIMS Amoslioiif a oz , , l c ; Everett '
lie ; Braver Creek CC , lOo.
. KKNTVCKV jKAS.u-Mernorlal 15c : Cantoi
186 ; Durham 'J7Ko ; Hercules 16c ; Learning
ton ! > { o.Cott8woia ; 25u.
CiiAsii-Stevcns1B , ( l ; bleached , 7c ; Stc
Tens' A , 7fto ; bleached , 8 > fc ; Stevens' I1
? fc ; blcnvhcil , OJ c ; Steven * ' N , Ok'ci
bloarhcil , llii c ; Steven * ' SH T. 13 0.
MiscEU.ANr.ous Table' oil cloth ,
plain Holhuiil 8 > 4'c to Ho ; Dmlo Holland .
FI.XSXBI.S l lnll Kattsninn 8Sc ; OoMicn
. , ,
le ; Windsor 20Kc. llctl-C , S4 inoh , lOJfc ;
! . .54im-hSleOOa- . 18c ; H. A. P. ,
r , S5o } - J. H. K. , M , U7Sc ; G. , ? f , aV
HI.AXKLTSVhltc , 1.W ( J7.50 ; colored tl. 10
Snr.r.Tixo Dcrkely cambric ,
No. 00. 11,140 ; Hcst Yet , 4-4 , OJ c ; butter cloth
00,4 ; ; Cabot , 7K < ' . ; Knrwell , 80 ; fruit of
.nom , 8J/oi OreenoO , Oc ; Hoic | , 7 > < c ; King
Millllju-ambric , llo ; LonsdiUc. lllfe ; Lons-
lak8Jfc ; Nexv York mills , 10 } cPrpperell ; ,
J inch , lojfci I'cppcrell. 4(1 ( Inch , ll > j-c ; Pep-
Hrell. ! ( M. 15c ; Peppcrell , 8-4 , 18c ; Pcppcrell ,
M , SOt ! } Pepperell , 10-4 , 2J > < e ; Cnnton , 4-4 ,
J n ; Canton , 4-4 , 9)fo ; Triumph , Oo ; Wuui-
utta , lie ; Valley , 60.
BHOWS SnuUTixo Atlantic A , 4-4 , 7tfc ; A
Jantio H , 4-4. 7o ; Atlantic D , 4-4. ttVc ; At-
antlo P , 4-4 , BJfe ; Aurora LL. 4-1 , &J4'o ; Au-
oraC , 4-4 , .fe : Crown XXX , 4-4. } , 'c ;
looslcr LL , 4-4. 5c ; Indian Head. 4-4 , 7fe ! ;
Lawrence LL , 4-4 , "ifo ; Old Dominion , 4-4 ,
JyV : PeppurcllU , 4-4.nXc ; Peppcrell 0 , 4-4 ,
c ; Pepperell , 8-4. Kio ; Pcppcrell , 0-4 , ISo ;
Pepperell , ItM , UOo ; Utlcu C. 4-4. 4 fo ;
Wachusett , 4-4 , 7oj Aurora U , 4-4 , tt c ;
Aurora B , 4-4 , Oc1.
Dt'cK West Point ! . " . ) in. 8oz. , lOVc ; West
Point 3 ! ) in , in oz. I'J'-u ; West Point ! 2'.i in , 1'J
07 , lee ; West Point 4(1 ( in , 11 oz. Itk * . Checks
Caledonia X , ( i > 3'o ; Calcdonht XX , 10 } . 'o ;
Economy , W&WcOtla \ , ' .
Markets.
SrmiTs Colopno spirits , 1SS proof , $1.10 ;
1o 101 proof , fl.l'J ; spirits , second quality ,
01 proof , f 1.11) ) ; do 188 proof , * I.OT. Alcohol
S8 proof , $2.10 per wlno ptllon. Hcdistlllrd
vliisiUlcs , * 1.00 ( fl.r > 0. Gin blended , I.Wl ( < i )
. ' ,00 ; Kentucky bourbons , fc..lXK.M.uO . ; Ken-
ueky und Pennsylvania ryes , f4.00ci0..r ( > < ) ;
( Jolden Sheaf bourbon and rye whiskies , 81.50
H3.0U" Brandies , Imported. Sri.OtKjjS.fiO ; do
mestic , 81.tOita.)0. : ( Jins , imported , f4.5tl@
1.00 ; domestic , $1.2. * > ( < ft.00. ) Champnpncs , im-
lorted , per case , fi8.00a(3.00 ( : ( ; American , per
a c , J10.00@10.IK ) .
HEAVY llAHiiwAnc Iron , rate , $2.70 ; plow
steel , special east , 4 ! o ; crucible steel , OJ/c ;
ast tools , do , I'-'fginc ; wapon spokes , per set ,
F..00 ( jr..r,0 , ; hubs , per set , * t.f > 0 ; felloes ,
sowed dry , Jl.CO ; tonpues , each , 80c ; axles ,
each , 7. > o5 square nuts , per lb , ( i ( < ? ie : ? ; coil
chain , per lb , O' ia ; malleable , 8@10o ; Iron
wedges , fie ; crowbars , do ; harrow teeth , J e ;
sprinp steel , 4tf5o ( ; Burden's horse iihoes ,
Ml. 75 ; Burden's muio shoes , $5.75 ; barbed
wire , in car lots. W.OO per 100 Ibs ; iron nails ,
rates , 10 to fiO , .40 ; steel nails , $2.60.
HIDES Green butchers' , 6V e ; preen
cured. 7o ; dry Hint , lOo : dry wilt , 80 ; preen
calf skins , 7)-io ; damaged hides , two-thirds
irice. Tallow ; ) } /c. Grease Prime white ,
fo : yellow , 3o ; brown , 1) 0. Shecppelts ,
COAL Epp , $10.00 ; nut , $10.00 ; ranpe ,
$10.00 ; walnut block , f-'i.nt ) ; Iowa lump. * a.50 ;
Iowa nut , $2.75 ; Illinois , $4.25g4.75. (
Dry Till in lcr.
IIIMKNSinNK AMI TIMIIEIIS.
K. 14 &
111 ft. 18 ft. BO ft. 22 ft. S4 ft.
I7.nn V > .fflVOMfl.ta 21.TO
22.M 1H.M )
2i.MKi.iin
'XlO 2i.MKi.iinM
4xH-y\H. . . . . . . . ; . . . . . ; . . .isiM.i'.iifio'uuiro.aiiioatioo '
FI.OOKIXO.
A 0 in. White Pine 15.60 ; C $ ' . < 1I.0
B " " " 33.50 ; D 21.00
riNIHIIINCI.
1st and 2nd , clear , 1 , 1' ' inch , s. 2 s.
3d , clear , 1 inch , s. 2 s. , -)5.r ) > 0
" " 1J , ljj , 2 in -10.00
A select , 1 inch. s. 2 s. , . . -10.00
" " W , lJ < f'- ! in 4-1.00
B " 1 inch , s. 2 s. , iiO.OO
" " I'-T , lif ) , -in 37.00
I'Ol'I.All I.UMlliill.
Clear Polar ' ] ) , Bx. Bds. ; < in. , s. 2 s $35.50
" " y in. Panel , s. 2s 27.00
" " Corrugated Ceiling , % . . . 28.50
nATTEXs , wni.i. TUinxo , VICKUTS.
O. G. Batts , 2 < f in $00.75
" ) x3 in. , s. 1 s 00.45
3 in. Well Tubing D & M and Bev 23.00
Pickets , D & H , Flat 20.50
" " Square 21.00
I1OA1IIIS.
No. t com , s. 1 s18.00 I No. 2. com , s 1 617.00
No. " " 15.501 No. 4 , " " 13.00
. SIIIIXO.
A , 12 , 14 and 10 ft. $21.50 ; C $15.50
B , " " " 20.50 ; D 12.50
Fixcixi.
No. 1 , 4 & 6 in 12 & 14 ft , rough $19.50
No. 1 , " " 10" " ] 9.50
No.2 , " " 12&14" " 10.00
No.2 , " 10" " 17.50
CE1UXO ANH PAIIT1TION.
1st com. V iii White Pine Ceiling $31.00
2nd " " " 28.00
Clear , % in. Norway " " 10.00
2nd com. ' in. " " " 14,00
STOCK noAiins.
A 12 Inch si s $45.50
No. 1 , com. 12s 1 s , 12ft 20.50
14ft 19.00
10ft 18.50
No.2 " 19.00
" " " 10ft 17.50
Inch Grooved Roofing , $1.00 per M moro
than 12-inch stock boards same length.
SIMXni.ES , I.ATII.
XX clear $3.10 Extra * A $2.90
* A * Standard. . . . 2.75 A * H B & B. . . 2.55
Oin. clear , No. 1. 1.50 Lath 2.05
I'OSTS.
White cedar , 0 in. , } < fs , 12c ; 9 in. qrs. , lie ;
8 in. tjrs. , lOc ; 4 in. round , 15o ; Tennessee
Red Cedar , split , 15o ; Split Oak , 12c.
LIME , ETC.
Quincywhite limo ( best ) , 90c ; Akron ce
ment , $1.75 ; hair , 30o ; plaster , $2.75 ; tar board ,
$1.75 ; sash , 40c per ct. ; doors , 40c per ct. ;
blinds , 40c per ct. ; mouldidgs , 40c per ct. ;
tar felt , per cwt. , $2.75 , straw board. $1.75.
SOUTIIKltX YELLOW 1'IXK.
Com. 4 & 0 in. flooring $17.50
Star " " 21.50
in Celling 21.50
Clear jf in Partition 25.00
Clear finished , 1 ft \ } { in. s 2s 29.00
Clear corrugated ceilinp , 4 in 27.00
Yellow pine casing and base 20.00
MAM
into > i rxAcqciixTiD WITH TIB OIOOIUTHY or TDII
OOCMTBT WILL ISC BT lIAHDIUiQ THIS tUT TIUT TUB
CHIGAGOROCKISLAND&P.4CFICRAILWAY !
reason of Its central position clo o relation to lines
ait of Chicago , and eontln-taot Uaes at terminal
points Wtit , Morthweit and Boathweit , Is tha true
middle link In that tranicontlnentai nyitern which
Incites aud facilitates travel and traffic between the
Atlantic and raclflc.
The Rock Island main 1lno and branches Include Chi.
eago , Jollet. Ottawa , LaEalle , 1'corla , Oeneieo , llollns
and Itock Island , In Illinois I IMrtnrort , Muscatlne ,
VTaihlngton , Falrfleld , Ottumwa , Oikaloosn , West LI b-
ert7towaCltTlDesMolnef.Inillanola'Wlnt riet > AtlaB.
tic , KooiTllle , Andubon , Harlan , Outline Centre and
Council Bluffs , In lowai Oallatln , Trenton , Bt.srpn ,
Camsron and Kanias Cltj , In Hlnourli Leai , iworth
aad Atchlson , In ICansast Albert Ma , Minneapolis aud
Bt. Paul , In Minnesota ) Watertown and Sioux Kalli.lt
Dakota , and hundreds of Intermediate cities and towns.
VThe Great Rock Island Route"
Guarantees speed , comfort , certainty and safety. Ill
permanent war Is dlstlngulihed for Its eicellcnce * Iti
bridges are of stone and Iron. Its track Is of solid
steel , Itnrolllngitock perfect. Its pauenter equipment
as all the latttj appllaaces that eiperlence hasprtr4
osvful. and for lusurlous accommodations Is unsa * <
fasped. Its Eipreis Trains consist of superior
Coaches , elegaal 1'ullman falace I'arlorand Ble
Cars , superb Dining Cars , roTlJlni delicious nieils.
and ( between Chicago and St. Joiepb , Atcblson and
Kanias Cltj ) reitful Reellnlnr Chair Cars. It * man
agement Is conscrratlre , IU dltclplloe esactlnf
f'Th Famous Albert Lea Route"
Between Chicago and Minneapolis and St. I'a. ' Is thi
f arorite. Orer this line Solid Fast Eipreis Trains run
dally to attractive retorts for tourltts In Iowa and
HlnneioU , and , Tla Watertown and Slouz Falls , to the
rich wheat aad grating lands of Interior Dakota , Via
lencci. and Kaakaltee , the Hock Island offers superior
laduremtDts to travelers between Cincinnati , Indian-
apolli. Lafajette and Council Bluffs , St. Joiepk.Atckl.
ion , Leavenworth , Kanias City , St. Paul , and Intsrme
dl le points. All patrons ( especially ladles and chit
drenrecelveprotectlon ) , courtesy and kindly attention ,
For tickets , maps , foldsrs , copies of vr itera Trail , 01
air deilred Infonnatlon , apply to principal offices In
tae United States and Canada , or addren , at Chlcigo ,
1. 1. CAItC , I. ST. JOHN , I. A. M8UIIOOI ,
Best and shortest system now in use. Circulars
free. rrof.A.N.OAHLXB.V ztOi.iU.I. uia ,
OMmJOBBBBSWuTO
AjirloulturaMmplementB.
CHURCHILL PARKER"
Jealer in AgricDltnral Implements , Waps ,
Carriages tnd UIIKI ! < > . Jon * < Street , Between tth anj
1Mb , Om h , Nflirapka.
LININQER & METCALF CO. ,
AgricnltnrallniDlenientSjfagons.Canlages .
. . * < > Ktc- Wholesale , Om b , Nebraska.
PARLIN , ORENDORP * MARTINA
Wh ° lni ! IH-alers In
Agricnltnrallnipleinents , Wagons & Bnggiei
_ JM < Ww and W7 , Jones Street , Omaha.
p. p. M
Kannfactnrers of Bnckeye Drills , Seeflers ,
OaltlTaton , Hay Hakes. Cider Mills and I.uban Pul'
Terlters. Cor. lllh and Nicholas Streets.
WINONA fMPUErVIENT CO ?
Wholesale
Agricultural Implements , ! agons & 6nggtei
Corner Illli anil Nicholas Hlrects. _
ArtlatBrMaterlula.
A. HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
lM.1Doul tsireetOrunh . Neliraika.
Boots and Shoes.
W. V. MORSE 8t CO. ,
Jobbers of Boots anfl Shoes ,
Ul r rn mSt.Onuhn. Nob. Manufactory , Snmmtf
Stiret , Helton.
KIRKENDALL , JONES & CO. ,
( Suoct'lsori to Rerd , Jono A Co. )
Wholesale Manufacturers of Boots and Shoes
Agf nti ( or Ho t.in . llubhvr Hhiw Co. 1103,1104 A 11M
llnrnf jr st , Umalia , Nthrunka.
Coffee t Sploaa , JEto.
CLARKE COFFEE CO
Omitha Coffee anil Spice Mllli.
Teas , Coffees Spices , Baking Powder ,
. WRIOHT\
.Agent for thu Manufacturer * and Importer * of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Chimneys.
KK. ( ifflcc , 317 a. 13th frt. , Omaha , Nebratka. '
Commission and Storage.
D. A. HURLEY ,
Commission and Jobbing ,
Bnltcr , TKtt * and Produce. ComUniuvnti nollcllfd.
litiaduuirtcn for Sluncwnre. Hurry Hoict aud
_ Urape lla keti. KU DinlgB St. , Onmba.
RIDDELL& . RIDDELL ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Bptclaltlrllutter , EKKI , Clifc'e. Poultry. Game ,
Ojiteri. Etc. , Ktc. In South 14th HtreVu
'
WIEDEMAN & CO. .
Prodnce Commission Merchants ,
Ponllrj , HutUr , Oamc. KrulH , Etc. MJHouth llth 8t. ,
Umalia , Mebratka.
'
GEO. SCHROEDER & CO. .
( Succeuon to McShane A Schroedf r. )
Produce. Commission and Cold Storage.
Omaha , Nebraika.
Coal , Coke and uimo. _
JMAH/TCOALTCOKE & "L1ME CO. ,
JoDhers of Hard and Soft Coal.
XU South nth Street , Omaha , Nebraska. _
' J. J. JOHNSON it CO. ,
Manufacturers of Illinois White Lime ,
and Bhlnper of Coal , Coke , Crmont. Planter. I.lm ,
train Tile and Sewer Plpn. Offlro , Paxtnn lloMI ,
Karnam St. , Omaha , Nfh. Telephone HI.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. .
Shippers of Coal and Coke ,
314 South 13th St. , Omaha , Neb.
_ Drj Coodsjand
MlTE. SMITH A CO. .
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions
1102 and 1104Douglas. Cor , llth St. , Omaha. Neb.
KILPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS Co
Importersand Jobbers in Dry Goods.Mons
Gents' Furnishing Qoods.Corner llth and 1 limey Sis. ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
DEWEY & STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Farnain BU eet. Orouha. Nebraska ,
Groceries.
PAXTON , GALLAGHER * CO. ,
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions.
TO , 7U7.700 and 711 B. 10th St. , Omaha , Net ) .
McCORD. BRADY t CO7.
Wholesale Grocers ,
lith and I.eayenworth Htreets , Oinaba , Nebraska.
D. M. STEELE A c67 |
Wholesale Grocers ,
1319,1221 and 1B3 Uarnej Street , Omaha. Neb.
'
ALLEN BROS. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
1114 and 1119 Ilarney Street , Omaha , Neb.
Hardware.
LEE. FRIED * CO. .
Joooers of Hardware and Nails ,
TinwareSh t Iron.Ktc. Agenli for Howe tkaleB.and
Miami Powder Co. , Omuha , Neb. '
HIMEBAUQH * TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware & Scale Repair Shop
Mechanics' Tools and HutTato Scales. IMS Douglas-it.
Omaha , Nebraska.
RECTOR & WILHELMY CO. ,
Wholesale Hardware ,
lOlnand Ilarner Sis. , Omaba..Neb. Western Agents
for Austin 1'owder Co. , Jefferson 8te l Nal , Fairbanks -
banks Standard Scales.
Heavy Hardware.
W. J. BROATCH.
Heayy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Eprinua , Wunon Ktork , Hardware LuDilivr , etc. 1109
and 11 llarney Street , Omaha.
EDNEY & GIBBON ,
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock , Heavr Hardware ,
Ktc. MI7 and I'iU l aTeimorlli Bt. , UnmliK. Nub.
W. L. PARROTTE * CO. ,
Wholesale Hats , Caps and Straw Goods ,
1107 llarnej Street , Omaha , Neb.
Liquors.
WILLOW SPRINGS DISTILLERY CO
and ILER & CO. ,
Importers & Joohers of FineWines &Llnuors
Xa > t India Bitters and Domestic I4iuor * . 1113 llwrner
Lumber.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. .
All kinds of Building Material at Wholesale
mb. Street and Union Pacino Track , Omaha.
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Doors , etc. Yards-Corner Tth and Douglas ; CoroerSth
uudUouflas.
c. N. PEITZ ,
Dealer in all Kinds of Lumtier ,
13th ard California Bts.0malia. N b.
FRED W. GRAV\
Lumoer Lime Cement Etc Etc
, , , , , ,
Corner Clh and Douglas HU. , Omaha.
T. W. HARVEY LUMBER CO./
To Dealers Only ,
Oflre , 1(03 Farnain dtrcet , Omaha.
'JOHN A. WAKEFIELD , ' '
Wholesale Lnmoer , Etc ,
Imported and American Portland Cement. Stale agent
for Milwaukee Ilrdraulfc ; Cement and ( Julucy
Wiilte Lin
I OQT > lvtANHOOD.V < ) utlifiilmp ) | .
b > tk I uduiibc.NerTuuiilebllltycaUtird
througU errors . and bad tiractlrun 'CURED.
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Lumbar.
CHAS. R. LEE.
Dealer in HardwooJ Lnmlier ,
Tooa Carp li ana f rn" t rieorlnr. Xb anfl T > on l <
Millinery and Nations
I. OBERFBLDER * CO. ,
Importers & Jobbers of Millinery i Mom
JU8.110 tnd 111 Ooula llta Btrwt.
Notlana.
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Motions and Fnrnisbiof Goofo
403 anil 406 South IQtli 9tr t. Oaiaaa.i
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VTNYARD A SCHNEIDER ,
Notions and Gent's ' Fnrnisoini GooJj ,
1106 Harntj gir t. Omaha.
OUB.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO.
Wbolesale Refined and LQluicatimOils ,
A > 1 * Ore ati > , ! < . , Omaha. A. II. Blia > , Maia *
Paper.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. .
Wholesale Paper Dealers ,
Carry a nice itock of minting , wrapping aid wrltlif
paper. Special attention tlren to car l ad orders.
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WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION.
Aniiliary Publishers ,
Hu b per ctoods.
OMAHA RUBBER CO. ,
Mannfactnrers and Dealers in Rubber Goods
Oil Clothing and 1 * allicr Byltlnt. 10B Farnain Btr ttt
A. L. STRANO C.O.
Pumps , Pipes and Engines ,
Btcara , water , railway onit inlnlnc luppltof , etc. 0 ,
_ If.anU 184 Karnain Htryet , Omaha. '
CHURCHILL PUMP CO. .
Wholesale Pumps. Pipe , Fittings ,
Steam and Water Sunpllei , Ilradquartcn for M k
> \iottftCo' | teed > . 111 ! Karnam at. , Omaha. T
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"U.S. WIND ENOINETPUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplies ,
Ilallldaj Wind Mllln , S18 and VX Karnam M. , Omaha ,
U. K Hun. Acting Managor.
BROWNELL & CO. .
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery .
Sheet Iron Work , gtenm I'limpn , Paw Mills. -
Leavcuworth Street , Omaha.
Seeds.
PHIL. STIMMEL& CO. ,
Wholesale Farm , Field and Garden Seed ?
til and V13 Jones St. , Omaha
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ARMSTRONG. PETTI8 Si CO. ,
Storage , Forwarding and Commission ,
Brunch bnuro of the limner nu r Co. Dui ( le l
wbolcule and retail. 1 : 1U310 and 1319 Iiard Strtat ,
Omaha. Telephone No. 760. j ,
Teas and Clgara. J
WM. A. WILSON & CO. ,
Importers and Jokers of Teas & Cigarc.
juices and DaltT Raking Powder. 1116 and 1111 liar *
nejr Htnct , Omaha. '
OMAHA MWACTIERS.
Cornice.
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
Manufacture Galyanized Iron and Cornice ,
John Kpenettr , Proprietor. 820 Dodt and 103 and 10 |
Korth 10th fltrttt. Omaha. ; /
Smoke Staoka , Bollora , Etc. T
H. KTSAWYER , '
Mannfactnring Dealer in Smoke Stacks ,
IlrUchlugi , Tank * and Uenrral BolUr Repairing. 13
Uodf e Strict , Omaha , Neb.
Iron Work * .
PAXTON * VIERLINO , ,
Wrought and Cast Iron Building Worlr
Knitlne * . linns work , general foundry , machine am
blacksmith work. Office apd works , U. P. Uy , and '
17th Street , Oioaha.
OMAHA WIRE * IRON WORKS.
Mannfactnrers of Wire and Iron Railing !
Desk ralli , window Kuardn , flowei Mandi , wlreilgnl
etc. , IZt North ICth St. , Omaha.
OMAHA SAFE AND IRON WORKS
Man'frs ' of Fire &Bnrglar Proof Safes
Vault * , jail work. Iron and wire fencing , iltni , etc. ( J
Andreen , 1'rop'r. Cor. litb and Jackson BU ,
MEAGHER & SPROAT ,
General Agents for Dlobold Safe & Ixick Co.'s
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes.Time Locks.
Vault * and Jail Work , 111) r'arnnm Street , Omaha.
Overalls.
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING CO *
Mannfactnrers of Overalls ,
Jeans Fanti , Slilrlt , Ktc. 1102 nnd 1101 Uouglai Street *
Umnha , Neb.
Sei8hJoor8 , Etc.
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M. A" . DISBROW' & CO. ,
Wholetula Manufacturers of j
Sasb , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
Branch Office. 12th and Irnrd fjtrci'ln , Oinaliu. Neb |
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers of Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
Moulilinss. Ktalr Work and Interior Hani Wood Kin-
l > h. N. K. Corner hlh and I'iivciiwurtli btreets ,
Omalia , Neb.
OMAHA PLANING MILL CO. ,
Manufacturers of Mouldings , Sasu , Doors ,
And Blinds. TumlnK , Stair-work. Hunk and Om < :
HttliiK . 'Altli nnd I'oppltiton Avenue ,
Browors.
STORZ St ILER ,
Lager Beer Brewers ,
1621 North Klijhteciith Street , Omuha , Neb.
C.H. PAt.MBH. N. IMtlCIiMAS. .1. II. III.ANCIIAllflJ
PALMER1 , RICHMAN & . CO. .
Live Stoci Commission Merchants , '
Omee-Koom 24 , Opponltn Kiclianifp niilldlng , Unio *
block Yards , South Ouiulm , Neb.
McCOY BROS. ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
Market furnished frco On application. Stnekers an4
feeders furnlihed on good lenns. llofrrcm-o : Oma *
U > atlorml Hank and South Omaha .National , Union
HUMik Yards , South Oualm.
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LORIMER , WESTERFIELD & M ALEV
Live Stock Commission ,
Room 16 , Kjichange Ilulldlnir , Union Stock YarJav
r > outh Omnha , Neb ,
HORN & SHARPE ,
Commission Dealers in Live Stock , '
Room Zt , Kithanxu llulMInK , Union Stock Vdi , S.
( > naha. H furclice : Unlgn Nul'l lluuk , Oiniiha.
Union Stock Y nl > Hunk. H. Orualiu , ! i. b. UowleP
I'rei. Am. Hank & Trutt Co. , Omalia ,
ALEXANDER * FITCH.
Commission Dealers in Live Stock ,
Boom 22 , oppoillv lixchunKe Ilullillni. , Unlun
Yards , houth Ouahit , Neb ,
UNION STOCK "YAnbs CO. . 1
Of Omaha , Limited , '
John K , lloyj , Huporlntondont.
ROOFING.
G. W.ROGERS
Coiupniltlnn nnd Crnrcl ItonHng.
Agent for Warren's ITatural.AsphaU Eoofic
MdaJU iid2aud plr llcadjllooHng. . UXUatoo