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    'FHE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY : DECEMBER 17. 188 * S I
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
Wheat PrlcoB Rovbrso ThomBolvos
nnd Skip Up a Notch.
CORN SCORES AN ADVANCE.
I'rovluloiiH Open With nn Uniiminlly
. . Nervous Keeling nnd Light
ltcc'plil Gcncrnl Mnr *
kct Quotation * .
CHICAGO PHOnUCE MAUKKT.
Cnit'Ado , Dec. 10. [ SpecialTelegram to the
HLK. ] Wheat prices stepped a little bit
higher to-day. Cables were lower , but the
facts that exporters wcro buying wheat In
New York and that wheat and Hour were
now moving out of the country at a lively
rate , were taken to bo of moro consequence
than lower ( ( notations from the other side.
First sales of Mny wheat wcro at b3 , ' c , but
the price soon dropped to SS c'thcn slowly
nnd with much lingering over each sixteenth ,
cllincd to & % , then fell back n little , and for
most of the latter part of the session re
mained In the neighborhood of Klg nndMVJc ,
advancing Just before the close to 8.X ) and
resting nt tctjsfc at the 1 o'clock adjournment.
January wheat opened at "iijffa 6 ° 'd ' UP to
7GXc and closed at 1 o'clock at 70.Ke. Tlio
circumstance most talked about by the bulls
was the reported clearance from the seaboard
of 178,000 buslicls of wheat and the export
from New York yesterday of ii.'JIU. barrels
and 2 ( . ,1IOO sacks of flour , making an equiva
lent altogether of about 250,000 bushels of
wheat sent out of the country in ono day.
It is also said that millers in the west were
flndingan excellent demand for their ( lour
for export.
May corn advanced Ic during the early
trading this morning , and , although the en
tire advance was not maintained , closed * X °
higher as a result of the morning's trading.
The remarkable strength in provisions was
generally given as this Inciting cause for the
upward movement , but the receipts , turning
out only 215 ciiri against the estimate of 275
cant , doubtless had much to do with It. A
decline of i < fi-was afterwards caused by the
estimate of : i.5 cars fet to-morrow's receipts.
However , there arc some strong believers in
corn who are ready to buy upon any break of
consequence. The shoit crop is constantly
before them and they inquire where the re
ceipts arc coming from and when the supply
from Iowa , which is now coming in here ,
will be exhausted. A number of smaller
shorts were said to have covered on the advance -
vance to-day. May corn opened at fttjfe , and
the lowest point touched and tnat shortly
after the opening was Kljfc. ! ( Then the
price advanced to MJfc , but broke on the
receipt of the estimate for to-morrow. On
this down turn M'/o ' was the bottom , and at
about fil c the price lingered for n long
time and finally rested there at the 1 o'clock
close.
Oats were Jlrmcr in sympathy with corn.
Trading was light and chielly in May de
livery , which closed at 1 o'clock J o higher
than last niiht.
In provisions the feeling was unusually
nervous. Under the influence of light re
. ceipts of hogs , an advance in the same , am :
stiongcr product quotations from Liverpool
trading opened in rather a wild manner.
Initial salch were made at irregular though
materially higher prices than last night'
closings , and , although unsettled , the market
showed decided Inherent strength from llrst
to last. In pork the day's actual advance
was IfifiWOe , in lard 15c and In short ribs 10o ,
Short sellers were the principal buyers
though , owing to the irregularity of prices ,
moro than ordinary activity characterized
general speculation. May was.the favorite
delivery. It bold for pork at ? I5.07H ( < 15.IO !
forlardat3.12M ( < lH.22J < ? awl for short ribs
nt S.IOOJS.20. Pork for May closed ut * 15.bO
lard at fcj.SJO and short ribs ntS.15. The ncai
months traded in Mood at the 1 o'clock ad
journment at $15.15l.ri.l7K for January pork
f'.bO for January lard , $7.1.1 for January shor
ribs. $ I5.)0@15. ; ) : M for February | > ork , $7.K. !
for February lard , J7.S5 for February shor'
ribs , $3.00 for March lard and $ " . 'J7'f fo
March short ribs.
AKTIMIXOON SKSMON Wheat firmer , Mnj
closing ut WtJ/c , January at 7c. ( Con
llnncr ; May 54Xe. Oats llrm ; Januar ;
aojffc bid ; February sold at OOKc ; May 3.K )
Pork was 2'fjC higher. Lard closed 2'j
higher. Short ribs were without uiateria
change.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Cnic.uio , Dee. 10. [ Special Tclcgran
to the HUE. ] CVTTI.K There wcro at leas
10,000 on sale , counting the number left las
night a largo number considering the big
run of the week but the low prices of the
past two or three days have been telegraphed
nil over the country and the announcement
brought out n good mnny orders. Then
again the rumor was again current that there
would bo an advance in rail rates from Chicago
cage to castcru points , hcnco all the facts and
rumors had a tendency to develop a better
demand for anything that was at all useful ,
nnd Rome salesmen reported a substantial ad
vance over the prices offered yesterday on
stock carried over. Shipping steers , 11150 to
1MX ) Ibs. , 54.20f.t5.25 ; 1200 to 1350 Ibs , $3.30 ®
4.115 ; U50 to 1200 Ibs , f2.05@il.45. Stoekers
und feeders , $2.15f ( < : ) .45 ; cows , bulls and
mixed , * 1.202.75. Texas steers , $2.00@3.00 ;
cows , l.CiO ( i2.)0. ( )
Hens Trade was active with nnup-turn of
10@ UH > on best heavy and packing sorts ,
heavy selling at $5.55 ( < 75.li5 ono lot at $5.70
nnd packing sorts at $5.40 < g5.50 , with common
nt fA.ii.V&ViU ) . Light sorts , ? 5.10@5.15 for 170
to ISO Ib averages , and $4.Wi5.03 ) ( for light
averages.
"West. Lincoln MnrkctH.
LINCOLN , Nob. , Dec. 10. [ SpecialTelegram
to the HEK. ] lions Receipts , 000 head.
Prices were slightly higher. Light , ? t.OO
( n4.f > 0 ; medium , f .M > @ 3.20 ; heavy , ' J5.20 ®
UVK STOCK.
Union Stock Yards , Chicago , Dec. 10.
The Drovers' Journal reports ;
Cattle Receipts , ii.OOO ; more active nnd
steadier ; shipping steers , $2 > 5@5.25 ; stock-
crs , $2.15(3:1.45 ( : ; cows , bulls and mixed , $1.20
012.7.1 ; Texas cattle , Sl.tiOtgii.OO
Hogs Receipts , 17,000 ; strong nnd lOftl.'c
higher ; mixed , * ! . U5W5.40 ; heavy , * 5.2U@5.70 ;
light ? 4.70 ( T5.0 ; skis | , fcl.25yf4.50.
Shecp Hcccipts , 4,000 ; strong ; Christ
mas , f5.25Q5.i'iO ; muttons , $ 'l.00@r > .00 ; west
erns , SJ.OOOia.80 ; Texuns , f4.B00a.30 ; lambs ,
fj.uou5.yo.
National Block Yartlw. Knst St.
l.oitiHloo. . ! . Cattle Receipts , 2,000 ;
shipments , 2,400 ; market actlvo and stronger ;
choice heavy and natlvo steers , ft , 1(0(33.00 ( ( ;
fair to good nntivo steers , &UX ) ( & 1.40 ; butch
ers' steers , fair to choice , $ 'l.lOi4.00 ( ; stock-
crs and feeders , fair to good , 51.lKOja.OO ) ;
rangers , ordinary to good , t2.25@4.20.
Hogs Receipts , , tKX ) ; shipments , 000 :
maritet activuand higher ; choice heavy and
butchers' selections , W.40@5.tJO : Yorkers
and packing , medium tu choice , f5,00 ( < J5.45 ;
light grades , fair to good , $4.00(25.00. (
Kansas City , Deo. 10. Cattle Receipts.
2.GOO ; shipments , 1,200 ; moro active and
about steady ; common to choice JM.25 ( $
4.73 ; stockers , 2.00 ( < { 2.f > 0 ; feeders , | 2.ti5 ( < $
a.2.y.cows , $1.2oO > 4.7U ; grass rangebtccrs ,
f 1 iOl'i OilX'e
Hogs Receipts. 10,000 ; shipments , 1,200 ;
strong at ft@10c higher ; common to choice ,
4.iO ( < i5.aO ; skips and pigs , , .OOyi4.UO.
i-'INANCIAI ( .
NKW YOIIK , DCR. 10. [ Special Telegram to
the UEK.-T-STOCKS Stocks In Now York
were favorably inllucnccd at the opening bj
rumors of liberal treatment of the Pacific
roads by congress , and the fear thnt some
thing might occur to assist Iho market-
duccd a good many western shorts to cover
but there was an absence of outside supiw
in the shape of investment buying , and aftci
the shorts had been run in trade was dcstl
tute of n spurt and most slocks sold off , tin
Coalers being among the weaklings , Lncka
wanna showing the most severe break. Then
wns nothing of n substantial character 01
which to huso buying except on breaks am
then only for a scalp , The fact that tomorrow '
row is u half holiday , coupled with the gen
eral dnslrc to even tip , for the year , also con
tributes to Increase dullness , and It requires
all the tad room operators can command to
Induce sufllclent trading to make even nshow
of business. The last hour witnessed a de
cided chance In the market. Stocks that had
ocen weak suddenly bccamo strong and
started upward. Hears who have sold for
several day * evidently wanted to cover nnd
prices wcro bid up } i < jt\4 \ per cent , the
market closing llrni at nearly outsldo figures
nnd recorded gains of S 0K per cent , New
England having the lend. The total sales
were 140,070 shares , against 110,077 shares
yesterday.
GOVEHNMENTS Government bonds were
dull but steady.
YKSTKIIDAY'S QVOTATIONS.
tJ. S.lsrpKlsterud.lSBJ.IO. * N. W
U. H. 4s coupon. . 4 isn't ' do preferred . l.TJ
U.S. ' & ' strd..l07.0. ? V. ( ! .
tr.'K 4'4 ' nnipon..in7 , < ) . H. N . Ml
1'nclllcnsof ( : , . 11(1 ( O. T . , . ! > ' „
Canada .Southern. . NV'i ' I'arlllo Jlnll . . . Itt
Central I'nclllc. . . . . . 19
Chicago It Alton , . i'lillman I'alnccCarKO
0..1I.AO Iteaillng . MH
1) . , tt.li.Vf . Itorit iHliind . Illii
D.&H.U ' 'I" , St. h. * 8. K . JK
irlo. : ilonreferred . tl'JJS
lo preferred. . . . . Cll'i C. . SI. * St. 1'aul. . . 74 'i
Illinois Central. . Ill ) ilo preferred . Ill
I. , ll.-AW MV st. p. AO . : wy
K.&T IS doprefencd . Wi'i
I.nkoHlioro \ < tJi Texas I'uclflc . SA
l > . & N CO ? , ' Union I'licltlc. . r > : > 34
Michigan Central . Wl W. . St.I&l' .
Missouri 1'actllc. . . . 873 do preferred . S'i
MissouriI'nrltlc. . . . JBJj W.U. Telegraph. . . 77\
do preferred. . . . 411
MOSKV On call , easy at 4@0 per cent ;
closed offered nt ft per cent.
PiiiMiMimANTiLiPAi-Kii : ; 5S3 ( per cent.
STRKI.INII KXCIIAXOK Dull , linn nnd un
changed , at f4.81Jf for sixty days' bills , and
$4.b54 tot demand.
PUODUCK MAUKKTS.
. , > , Dee. 10. Following are the 2:30 :
closing prices :
Flour Nominally unchanged ; wheat. $3.50
( S4.00 per bbl ; spring wheat. ? 3.50@4.50 per
bbl ; rye , 2.75iii.OO ( ; per bbl ; buck wheat ,
f5.50@li.25 iicr bbl.
Wheat Ruled stronger again nnd n good
business was transacted. The opening was
a little unsettled early , but the closing was
% ( t % u higher than yesterday. Cash , 7l52 e'
January , iO4'o ' ; May , SUJ.'c.
Corn A stronger feeling was developed
early and prices ruled higher , but later be
came easier , and towards the close became
stronger and closed JffiT'lis ' above yesterday ;
cash,4'Jo : January , 4H\c ; May , 5-i' c.
O.its Firmer , active and jTj' 'jfc better ;
January , : ii ( ; < c ; May , : ti ; c.
Rye Quiet at Ii2o rash. .
Harley Quiet at 7V ( 7C \
Piitnc Timothy i2.27 ( < ' . ' . ' 29.
Whisky-$1.10.
Flax-seed-$1.21.
Pork Activi'.lluctu.itod within n moderate
range , closing steady ; January , SI5.17' . < ,
May , * I5.S2J4' .
Lard Moderate offerings made , nnd prices
easily advanced ; cash , 47.77.Ji ; January ,
$7 > 2J ; May , $ .S.b2jf.
Dry Salted Meats January short ribs ,
7.75 ; Shoulders , $5.bOft(5.00 ( ; nhoi-t clear ,
JJuUer Quiet ; creamery , 2rt < 20o ; dairy. .
Cheese Easier ; full cream chcddar.s , 10 %
ft lie ; Hats , 11 ( if 11',41" ' young Americas ,
lll < ( ii > 12i\
llldes Unchanged ; heavy green salted.OJf
( i$7c ; light , do. , Tc ; salted bull , 5J e ; green
do , 4Kc ; green Halted calf , Niis'.jV ' ; dry Hint
und dry calf , 12@ltlu ; drj suited hides , lOc ;
deacons' , "Oie.ich. .
Tallow Unchanged.
Receipt * . Shipments.
Flour , bbls 211,000 32.1HIO
Wheat , bu 7bH10 , ( 'J9UM (
Corn , ( ill 1111,000 10sHlO (
O'ats , bu ! ISK)0 ( ) 74.IHK
Rye , bu : 2,000 10,000
M.irlG.V , bu 5,000 48,000
Kt IjdtiiH , Dec. Ill Wheat Strong ; cash
80GSO- ; Maj' , 84 < c.
Corn Strong ; cash , 4lS's , ' * ( < WfiJ1V-
Oats Firm ; c.tsh , 3lc ; MuylJ ! } c.
Pork-fl4.75.
Lard-jr.45.
Whisk$1.05. .
Hutler Creamery , 24(3.1lV ( ; dairy , lS@24c
AFTKIIXOON KOAIID Wheat Firm ; Janu
ai-y , 80).Jc ) ; February , S2o bid ; May
& -\tis-\e \ \ bid. Corn Firm ; December
4l'i ic bill ; January , 4lic bid ; May , Me
Oats Firm ; May , : rij < bid. .
Ijlverpool , Dec. Hi. Wheat Flat , demand
mand poor ; holders olTer fc-ccly. California
No. 1 , Cs , Odfgtis lOd per cental
red western , spring and winter , ( is CdQtis Ud
percental.
Corn Flat ; mixed western , 4s lid per
cental.
Milwaukee , Dee. 10. Wheat Stronger ;
cash , 74Xui January , 74Jj e ; May , Sl.e.
Corn Firm ; No. ! f , 4Uc.
Oats Strong ; No. 2 white , 33c ,
Rye-Steady ; No. 1 , Olc.
Harley-Higlicr ; No. 2 , 71c.
Provisions Higher ; pork , December$15.00
@ 15.25.
Minneapolis , Dee. 10. Wheat Strong
and a shade higher , liberal orders for track
wheat from eastern and southern millers ; in
store , No. 1 hard , December 74tr January ,
No. 2 northern ,
Flour Patents , S4.30@4.GO ; bakers' , 53.00
. .
Receipts Wheat , 107,000 bu.
Shipments-Wheat , 41,000 Ju ; flour , 18,000
bbls ,
Cincinnati , Dec. lp. Wheat De
. , .
Provisions - Pork-Quiet , $15.00 ; lard ,
stronger at * WJ2Jf.
Whisky-Finn at ? 1.05 .
New tfork , Dec. 10. Wheat Receipts ,
57KX ( ) bu ; exports , K iXX , ( ) ; options ad
vanced JJle ( covering , and closed linn ;
best ungraded red , 700192 ; No. 1 red ,
nominal , USJfo ; No. 2 red 89@bOWe ; in
store and elevator , OO yl'Jlc , delivered ;
January closed at S'Jjtfi * .
Oats Receipts , 14.000 ; exports , 100 ;
fairly active and ' . ( ii } > jC bettor. ; mixed west
ern , 'fi'KiifUSc ; white Western , 3S@45c. !
Coffee Spot , fair ; Rio tlrm at $18.50 ;
options higher and moderately active ;
sales , 18,500 bags ; December , * lii.55@lt.00 ! ;
January , $10.00lfl.30 ( ! ; February , $15.1)0(5) ) ( )
10.20 ; March , $15.85rll.03 ( [ ) ; April , flS.OOdJ
10.115 : May , $ I5.75@lll.OO.
Petroleum Steady ; United , 77c.
Kggs Steady , demand fair ; western , 23
Pork Quiet and strong.
Lard lbM20 ( points higher , fairly active ;
closing btrong ; western steam , spot , J7.5
7.NS.
Mutter Firm for line stock ; western , 15
Cheese Steady and quiet ; western , 11J
, . . . , , , , , City , Dec. 10. Wheat No. 2
soft , cash , 45o bid ; May , SOubld ; Slo asked.
Corn Strong ; No. 2 , i-ash , 45o bid , 40o
irsltcd ; January , 4.V o bid , 45 c asked ; > Iay ,
4Ss < c. bid , W > Yo asked. '
Oats-May , : tt , ' c bid.
Now Orleans , Deo. 10. Corn Onict
and steady ; mixed , G2c ; white , C3c ; yellow ,
O.its Firmer ; No. 2 , 42c.
Cornmcal Steadyat $ J,75.
Hog Products Quiet and llrm ; pork ,
$14.50 ; lurd$7.00.
Hulk Meats-Shoulders , SC.37 ; long clear
and clear ribs , ? 7.02W.
OMAHA IdVK STOCK.
Cattle.
The receipts were light nnd were princi
pally half fat natives. The market was a
little moro active for n time , but only a few
loads wuio hold ,
lines.
The receipts were liberal. The market
opened strong and lOj higher and was veiy
active until near tlio close , when it eased oil
and closed about 5e lower than the opening ,
Five loads wcro left unsold. Tlio quality of
hogs received averaged a little better than
for Mnno duypa t. Two loads bold foi
HJiecp.
I The receipts of sheep were 105 head
* Prices remain about the same as usual , , ul
nthough | there was uothtngdouu on the market
oniclnl UccclptH.
Cnttlo . nil
Hogs . . . . . . . . . 5,084
Priced ,
Showing the prevailing prices paid for live
stock on the market :
Choice steers , 1300 to 1600 Ibs. . . . M.S5a4. ( 5
Choice steers , 1100 to l.'IOOlbs. . . . 3.0.Vt < 4.25
Fat llttlo steers , WO to 1030 Ibs. . a.50w'3.05
Corn-fcd range steers , 1200 to 1300 3.G5 4.30
( ! oed to choice corn-fed cows. . , . 2.WK32.HO
Common to medium cows . 1.75of 2.00
Western cows . 1 ,75r2.50
Good range feeders . 2.30j.05 (
Good native feeders , ( HJO Ibs und
upwards . 2.50 < g3.00
Fair to medium native feeders , 000
Ibs und upwards . 2.25(32.50 (
Stockcrs , 4 < XI to 700 Ibs . 2. 10a2.no
Prime fat sheep . a.23la.50 (
Good fat sheep , IXXaiOO Ibs . 2.75rf3.25 (
Fair to medium shccu . 2.25r < ra.OO
Common sheep . 2.0tKn2.2,1
Light and medium hogs . 4.40if5.10 (
Good to choice heavy hogs . 5.25 < rf5.42
Good to choice mixed hogs . 5.15 < 3'r30
I tvo Stock .Sold.
Showing the niimburoC hu.ul of stock sold
on the uiurkot yesterday :
ivrnK. ;
G. H. Hammond & Co 110
Shippers 122
I'Vudcrs 47
Hums & Fisher 7
Local 4
Total : 203
1HH.S.
O. H. Hammond & Co 55 ! )
Anglo A. P. Co 11102
Armour & Ciulahy Packing Co 2313
Swift Packing Co 201
Local 11 ! )
Hrittaln & Co 227
Kingan A : Co Itn
.1. Dond OS
Speculators 212
Total 57CO
' Five loads unsold
Shipments.
Cattle , 7 cars Chicago
Sheep , 1 car Chicago
I logs , 3 cars Indianapolis
Hogs , 3 cars Marshaltown !
ICaiiije < > l * Prices.
Showing the extreme highest and lowest
rates paid for leading grades of hogs on dates
mentioned :
fiaTeT Heavy. Mixed. Mght.
Dec. 8. in fi5 : r , n m ( ? M a ) 4 IK ) fC-"i 10
Dec. . IU Cf5 > r > uo CM ID 4 ( o Wi in
Doc. 1(1. ( 5 10 . ' > 3J 5 ( H W > 15 4 75 l US
Uoc.ll. Sunday. Similar.
Doc. IS. : 10 Wt tIT'5 ' r > tt-i * n 4 ? . 'i < /c.h OI
Dec. la. . - > is Wt : ) 5 05 ( US 'JO 4 M ) Sf , 00
Dec. 14. ( ) w > : w li 10 ® Ti UTi 4 Ml GiSt 05
Deo. 15. CW III ) 6 10 < iV > 'M 4 40 ( its , ( ir
DIM111. . n is © .i as 4 40 ( ! II )
DockaKC nnd Commission.
Public inspectors dock pregnant sows 40
pouiuls , stags 80 pounds each.
Commissions : Cattle , 50c per head ; calves
njul yearlings , $10 pur ear. Hogs and sheep :
Single decks , $5 ; public inspection on hogs ,
15c per car. All sales unless otherwise stated
per 1400 Ibs live weight.
Yardage : Cattle , 23e ; hogs , 3c ; sheep , 5e
tier head. Feed : Corn , $1 per bu ; timothy
hay , $30 ; prairie hay , $20 per ton.
Dead hogs , 80 Ibs and over , 1 cent per
pound , less than 80 Ibs , of no value.
Live Stock Notes.
Hogs higher.
Cattle quiet.
Henry Helm , of Lyons , la. , was a visitor.
1. G. Smith , of Hlair , marketed two loads
of hogs yesterday.
James Danloj'f of Ashland , was on the mar
ket with hogs yesterday.
H. O. Hull , of Anita , la. , was on the mar
ket with hogs yesterday.
M. Provinchor , of Exeter , Neb. , marketed
a load of snogs yesterday.
Charles Day , of York , was on the market
with seven loads of steers.
George Carlcton , of Fullerton , was on the
market witli two loads of hogs.
G. E. Willard , of Columbus , Neb. , rcceivcO
the top price for n load of good hogs.
RIckloy Hrqs. , of Columbus , Neb. , topped
the market with a load of hogs yesterday.
Mr. Roberts , of the firm of Roberts Bros.
of Clcarwatcr , was on the market with hogs
yesterday.
Henry Schinstock , of West Point , Neb , ,
marketed one load of cattle and two of hogi ;
yufiterday.
Columbus shippers were in luck yesterday
two loads of good hogs from that point sell '
ing for $5.4
D. M. Kcrr , of Fullerton , Neb. , was nt'thc
stock yards yesterday. Mr. ICcrr Is n verj
extensive feeder.
John Wiggins , of Columbus , marketed i
load of 40c hogs yesterday. Mr. Wiggins litho
the secretary of the Live Stock Shipperi
association. .
OMAHA. AVHOLUSALK MARKETS
Produce , Krultg , Ktc.
77ic following arc the iirlccn tit u-hlc )
round win of produce arc nohl nn thin tnar
lid. Fnilts or other lines of goody reqitlrlni
f3tra lalinr of jxicltlnij cannot dfinii/s / / / .
tu/ijiltcd / on mrtxltlcrinlci'u at the same price-
< lixitcd the local trade.
D BfTTEU Is in fair supply with prices easier
cnoice dairy btiing marked down Ic. Othu
pi Ices are unchanged : Creamery , ury
packed , is quoted at 2224c ; choice dairy
18 ( < i20c ; medium , liXJJlbc ; low grades , KK <
12c.
12c.CHEESE
CHEESE Steady and in moderate demand
d.ill
with prices , quoted unchanged. Fancy ill
crcata ciicddarssingle , 12o ; lull'croam twins
12JfR3o ( ; young Americas , ISc ; brick cheese
100 Ibs in case , 15o ; Limburger , 100 Iks ii
case , 13c. In less qualities , 14 ( < { 14Xu
Swiss domestic , 10@lSc.
Kens -Receipts light ; demand good id
quotations llrm at 22 23 ; 1 lined eggs are 1
lower , 18o.
PPULTUY Is quiet and steady , with
weaker feeling in dressed chickens which TO
marked down Ic.Live chickcn5l.5(22.00i , (
dn/cn ; rholco 4"owh , ( l.SVn3.S.'i ( per dorcn , I
Drcsned chickens , tlC'Cf-porpound. Turkeys ,
b ( < iIOc. Ducks , 7t c. GCCJIP. S ( { 10c.
UAMI : Tlio nppronch of the holidays Im
proves the demand for guinc of all kinds , ex
cept rabbits and qunil'vvith which the market
is well supplied , and for which prices rule
lower. Prairie chlckqns. $4.004.r ( ! $ ! > : mallard
ducks , f..Uft ; quail , $ l.'J < KaUJ ( ; teal nnd mixed
ducks , fl.60itl.5 ( : unipc , J1.2.V Jack rabbits ,
$3.00(113.75 ( per doyen ; small rabbits , $1.00
| ier dox ; deer , tX8fl ? antelope , " ( a PC ; deer sad
dles , PiTllc ( ; nntc-lope , I'ArfUc ; geese , $3.00 ®
4.00
4.00TUIINIPS Are scarce and command fair
prices. Quotations are firm as follows : Fair
to good stock 40rtK > Oc ; rutabagas , bumcOc.
AITLKS Prices iif apples for shipment
have 'to be marked up fi-om this date , ns , al
though sonic gales have been made at $3.00
the' fruit was not for shipping. Wo
quote : Eastern fruit , $3.23 ( < i3.fiO ; fair to
choice stock , $3.50 ( < I3.7o ; fancy stock $3.75
( J4.CX ) .
SwncT POTATOES Prices are steady nnd
quoted at 2 < 32Uc per Ib with some flnonttto.
POTATOES Supply light , demand prices ad
vancing. We now quote $1.00i$1.10 ( for
Utah and Colo-rado stock and choice home
grown at SOCtfWe ; common grades nt 00
s Bell & Cherry , Kl.50@IO.00 ;
Bell & Bugle , $ 10. 50 ( < J 11.00 ; Capo Cods , $11.00
( rtll.50.
OIIAXOCS Are In peed demand for the hol
idays and quoted higher atH.KI@l. 0 per box
for Louisiana , and $4.3T > (3 ( > 4.75 for Florida.
CALIFOUXIA FKUITS Pears , $2.tX ) ( 2.75 ; ex
tra tine , $3.00.
GHAI-ES Malagas , $0.5007.00 per bbl. , with
some extra line sold at $7.50,33.00. ,
CAIIHOTS Are in better supply at $2.25(32.50 (
cr barrel.
Br.ANs-Good stock $2.00(32.30 ( ; fair to
good , ? 1.00tl.0 ( , and Callforniabcans nt $2.25
( 2.40.
CAIIIUOK It still in fair demand and finds
ready sale at $1,00 per dorcu. California
cabbage easier ul ! 2) ) < ji3c ( | per Ib.
PAIISXIPS New slock Is quoted at $3.60 per
barrel.
ONIONS Home grown steady at 75ffSJic ( ;
Spanish onions , pcr.W-lb crate , $1.75ii2.00
O .STKUS Plain standard , 25c ; plain se
lects , 'ML- ; standard , ! ! 0c ; extra selects , .Tie ;
New York counts , 4 ( > o .Bulk oysters , counts ,
$ l. : i per KHIj selects , $2.00 per gnl ; standard ,
$1.35 per gal.
Cu'MFLoWEit Good stock $2.0003.60.
Cm.cnv Choice celery , Uojj.4. ( > c per dozen ;
fancy , 45o 60c.
S nit : KiiAt'T Choice , 'iior bbl of ) gal
$3.$5 ( < ? ! UK ) ; K bbl , $4.S5if5.00 ( SI 1.00 per
bbl of''iO gal.
Cliiii-ChoiceMlihgancidcrli.OO(20.rOper : : ! (
bbl. of 32 gal.
QtiiSCKs Choice California quinces , $ J.OO@
2.25 per box.
LIIMONS Messina lemons , $5.fjOS ( .00 ;
Malaga , W.IX ) ; extra line Maori scarce at
Choice bananas , $2.75@i.50 : ; mc-
dium buchcs , $2.00g3.K ( ) ; common , $ l.50a ( !
2.1H ) .
HdSr.Y Good choice honey in 1-lb frames ,
lbS20c ( ; canned honey , lOdiTJc per Ib.
Porcous Choice rice corn 3fe3)ic ) ] > er Ib ;
other kinds , 2u2Je ( per Ib.
NI-TS Peanuts , di l c , raw ; Brazil nuts ,
lc ! ) ; almond ! * , Tarragona , ! i2c ; English wal
nuts , 15iUsc ( ; tllberts , 12c ; Halian chestnuts ,
15c. _
Grocers' IJst.
PitovisioNs-Hams , ll@ll'/c ; breakfast
bacon , ll ( < rlU c ; bacon Hides , lJil' ) ( ! ' c ; dry
salt , b' C'fSJi'c ; shoulders , ( Jjijt7c ; dried beef
. . . .c ; yellow C 5 ' 5f < tcut ; loaf ,
8'c ; powdered , 8@S'ic ; New Orleans , "
Uxs'ti > Goons "Oysters , standard , per
case , S320@3.25 ; strawberries , 2-lb per case ,
$3.Kii(3.10 ( ; raspberries , 2-lb , pm case , $ .l.00i ( >
a 10 ; Callfornlii pears , per ease , $4 70@4.SO ;
apricots , per case , $4.25on.3 ( ) ; peaches , per
case , $5.Mlii&b3 ( ; wht | cherries , per ease ,
$0.00 ; plums , per case , l.90@4.00 ; blueber
ries , per case , 230a'J.4l ( ) ; egg pltinm , 2-lb ,
j > er case , $2.50 : pineapples , 2-lb , per case ,
$3.20ip5.75 ; 1-lb salmon , per do/ , § l.7ft@l.W > ;
2-lb gooseberries , iier case , $3 25it3 ( 35 ; 2-lb
string beans , per ease , ? L7i ( ) ( I.M ) ; 2-lb Lima
beans , per case , $ J.55il.r ( > 0 ; 2-lb marrowfat
peas , W.OOgf2.70 ; 2-lb early Juno peas , per
ease , $2.85 ; 3-lb tomatccs , $2.50 ; 3-lb corn ,
$2.30)2.40. ( )
HKOOMH Extra 4-tie. $2.00 ; No. 1 , $2.00 ;
No. 2 , $1.75 ; heavy stable , SI.OO.
C\XDV Mixed , Utftllc ; stick , 8V@93fc.
JiiLiis-30-lb pails , $1.75C < tl.b5.
SUICP No. 70 , 4-gallon kegs , 51.50@1.53 ;
New Orleans , per gallon , 3bg4llc ; maple
syrup , half bbls , "old time , " per gallon , bdc ;
1-gallon cans , per doz , $10.50 ; hair gallon
cans , per doz , $0.25 ; quart cans , $3.25.
STUICH Mirror gloss , ft' c ; Gsnves' corn ,
Ce , ' ; Oswcpo gloss , 7c ; Oswcgo corn , 7c.
HOLLAND HKIUUXOS 75 ( < J78c per keg.
CuicKEiis Garncau's soda , butter and pic
nic , 5c ; creams , 7c ; ginger snaps , 8c ; city
soda , 8c.
TF.AS Japans , 20@55c ; gunpowder , 20
G34'e ; ; Young Hyson , 25@55c ; Oolong , 20
fcOc.
fcOc.WOODKXWAIIC Two-hoop pails , per doz. ,
$1.45 ; three-hoop pails , $1,70 ; No. 1 tub , $11.50 ;
No. 2 tub , $5.50 ; No. 3 tub , $4.50 : wash
boards , $1.402.75 ; assorted bowls , $2-25 ;
Fo. 1 churns , $ 'J.CO ; No. 2 churns , $8-00 , No.
3 churns , $7.00.
REKIXBII LAUD Tierce , 7e ; 40-lb square
- ' 50-lb. ronnd 7Kc 20-lb. round
cans7fo'c ; - , ; - ,
7) ) < c ; 10-lb. palls , 7J < c5lb ? pails , 8c ; 2-lb.
palls , 8'jj'c.1
PICKLES Medium in bbls. , $7.00 : do in half
bbls. , $4.00 ; small , in bbls. , J8.00 ; do in half
bbls. , $4.50 ; gerkins , in bbls. , $9.00 : do in half
bbls. , $5.00.
CoFFEn Ordinary grades , 20 < 320Kc ; fnir.
, , . . . ,
, , . , - / ,
oui ; uuciiui ii > u ; v - Atiuiiii.IMIII
Arhuckle's roasted , 2 Jfo : McLatighlin's
XXXX , 24c ; Dilworth's , 24'tfc ; Hcd Cits ,
' . ' 45/c.
Toiucco Lorillard's Climax , 44c ; Splcnl
did , 41c ; Mechanic's Delight , 41c ; Logpett &
Meyer's star , 44c ; Cornerstone , U3c ; Drum-
mond's Horse Shoe , 44c ; J. T. , 40c ; Sorg's
Spearhead , 44c ; Catlin's niecrschuuin , 3lc ;
Catlin's old btyle , 2c. ; )
DniED Fitu ITS Apples , new , J/B , OJi'Q'c ;
evaporated SO-lb ring , llf ; ! < A10c ; rabpbcrrlcs ,
evajwrated , 27@2Se ; blackberries , evap
orated , 'J fiOXc ; pitted cherries , 20@21o ;
peaches , new. 8 ( Ji'c ) ; evaporated , peeled
peaches , 20@30c ; evaporated , u pared ,
new currants , 7@7Ve ; jirunec ,
" eltron , 25o ; raisins , London
iriyers"$2.400i2.45 ; California loose musca
tels , $2.00 ( 2.10 ; new Valoneia , 8) ) 8 0.
Horn Seven-sixteenths , lu ( ill.
Dry Goods.
DL-CK West Point 20 in. 8 oz , 10' c ; West
Point 29 in. 10 oz. 12 } < fc : West Point 19 hi. 12
oz , 15c ; West Point 40 in , 11 oz , Hie. Checks
Caledonia X , 9 } e ; Caledonia XX ,
Economy , UJ c ; Otis , 9J c.
KCSTITKV JKAXS Memorial , 15c ; Canton ,
18c ; Durham , 27 c ; Hercules , 18c ; Leaming
ton , 22 > fe ; Cottswold , 25e ,
CitAsii Stevens' U , tin ; bleached , 7c ; Ste
vens' A , 7Kc ; blcachcil , bc ; Stevens' P ,
, 8Jio ; bleacncd , 'JKU ! Stevens' N , U e :
bleached Stevens' S It T .
, lOJ-fc : , ISJrfc.
MISCEI'LA.NKOL-S Table oil clotfi , $2.85 ,
5 > lain Holland , 8 u to o ; Dado Holland ;
s . ( - .
" ' - r,4Jfo ; Woods , 4Kc ; Stan-
dard , 4J Jc ; Peacock , 4Jfc.
" COM KouTEits W.XOi ( ) "i.O
HL4NKETS-Whitel,00@7.50 ; colored tl.10
es.'w. '
„
, IJi.iucnrn SIICETIXO Berkeley cambric ,
No. 00 , 9 > 'o ; Best Yet' ' , 4-4 , ( ij4'c ; butter cloth
OO , 4I4'e ; Cabot , 7 } < fc ; Farwell , be ; Fruit of
Loom , Uc ; Greene G , lie ; Hope , 7Jfe ; King
Phillip cambric , Uc ; Lonsdalc , HKc ; Lons-
dale , 8 0 ; New Qork mills. 10 } c ; Pi'pporell
42 inch. lOJ c ; Pcpperell , 40 inch , HHc ; Pep.
perellu-4 , 15c ; Pcpperell , 8-4 20c ; Pepperell ,
9-4 , 2-'c ; Pcpperell , 10-4 , 24c ; Canton 4-4'H o ;
Canton , 4-4 , 9J c ; Triumph , Cc ; Wamsutta ,
Ho ; Valley , 5c.
5c.PJald Rnftfrnatf , 20c ; Ooehen ,
, _ , , , , - , , 4 _ , _ - , , , , ; .
, PKI.NTS boLin COLOIIS Atlanta , 5V o :
Slater , 5o ; Berlin OilOJc ; Garner Oil , C(7e ( !
PIXKAXD ROUES Richmond , Co ; Allcnl Oe :
. Rivorpoint , 5e ; Steel River , Cc ; Richmond
Co ; Pacille,0.fc. IsniooBmE Washington
, Co ; Century Indira blue prints , lOc ; Amcr
, ican , 0 > c ; Arnold , CKc ; Arnold B , lOJfc
in Arnold A , 12c ; Arnold Gold Seal , lOKo
; DiiE8s Charter Oak , 4Kc ; Kamapo. 3J/c o.ii
Lofll,4l o ; Allenfljfc ; Rfchmond.S e ; Win
dsor.Oo ; Kddystono , Ce ; Pacitle , Oc.
lp COTTOM FLAXNELS 10 per cent trade dls
lpa count LL , CJ c ; CC , 7Kc ; SS , 8 0 ; Name
a less , 6) cj No. B , lie ; EE , 95 < c ; GO , 10)Jo
XX , ISo : OO. 14e ; NN , lOe ; RX , 18e ; R , UOc
No. 10 , b c ; 40 , lOJic ; 00 , 12 > fc ; bO , IDc ; S
_
WV > kMM k '
colored , lOc ; 50 , colored , 12c ; 70 , colored , ISe !
Bristol. 13' e ; Union Pncille , ice. ,
CAiirinVAHI : Bibb white , ISJic ; colored I
rANSDNS.HoPKiNS.Gdnw
Have the largest and most complete
Assortment of
Fire Place Furnishings
JJV AMERICA.
One Hundred & Seventy-Fve
Different designs of fire places can
. be seen all set up in our show
rooms. Also complete
Bath. & Toilet
Rooms all fitted up with Tiles.
Brass Goods ,
Of all the choicest and most original
designs ,
Headers of this paper requiring
goods in our line should call upon
WITH tnc acoounrr or rnu
COCMtBI WIU. BKX BT KZllUHlKa TU11 MAP TUX XU
CHIGAGOROGKISLAND&PA8FIGRAILWAY !
Iljr reason of Its central position c.OJa relation to lines
Halt of Chicago , and contln-ijai hr.c nt terminal
points West , NorthHtftt and Sodthirrst , Is the true
mld.ltn link In that transcontinental pyetpnihlch
Invites and facilitates travel and trafflo between the
'Atlantic and Pacific.
The Rock Island main line and branches Include Chic -
c KoJollot , Ottawa , I-\inlle. I'coiU , Ocnetco , Moline
mid Hock Island , In Illinois ; IJarinport , UnwcAtlnc ,
Washington , ralrfltld , Ottum , Osl > aloosiv , West Lib
erty , Io a CltrDcsUolnt > , IndlanoU.Wlntiraet , Atlan
tic , Knoirllle , Audubon , Knrlan , Outhrln Contra and
Council Bluffs , In loua ; Uillatln , Trenton.Et. , scpn ,
C m < ron and KansM City , In Hlrtonrlt Lea . 'iworth
and Atchieon.lnKanaasi Albeit LcnMinneapolis and
Bt.PaulIn Ulnnentit.il Wntertown and Sioux Falls.lv
Dakota , and h indredjof Intermediate cities and towns.
' 'Tho Great Rock Island Route
Guarantees rpred , comfort , certainty and safety. Its
permanent way Is distinguished for Its excellence. Its
bridges are of ctone and Iron. Its track Is of solid
If el , Hi rolling nock perfect. Itspaiencerc < iulpm nt
tas all the safety appliances that experience has prxn oJ
artful , and for luxurious accommodations Is un < Ar-
fia ed. Its F.iprcES Trains consist of enperlor I' r
Coaches , elegant Pullman Palace rarlor and Sleeping
Cars , superb Dining Can , providing delicious meals ,
and ( between Chicago and Bt. Joseph , Atchlson and
Kansas City ) restful Reclining Chair Can. It' man
agement la coiuerratlve , It * discipline exacting
"The Famous Albert Lea Roi' e"
Betneen Chicago and Ulnneapolls and St. Pa. I * the
f arorlte. Over this line Solid Fait Expres * Trains ran
dally to attractive resorts for tourist * In Iowa and
Minnesota , and , via Watcrtown and Sioux Falls , to the
rich wheat nnd graslnglandsof Interior Dakota. Via
Scneea and Kanfcakee , the Itock Island off en iuperlor
Inducements to travelers hetween Cincinnati , Indian *
apolls , Lafayette and Council Bluffs , St. Joseph. Atchl
son , Learcnworth , Kansas City , St. Paul , and Interme
diate points. All patrons ( especially ladles and chil
dren ) reccl > o protection , courtesy and kindly attention.
For tickets , maps , fulden , copies of Western Trail , or
any dcslrrd Information , apply to principal offices In
the United States and Canada , or address , at Chicago ,
R. R. CABII , C. ST. JOHN , [ . A. H01IIOOI ,
. i ia isfuu.f. o .
TUB
OF TUB
Chicago , Milwaukee & St , Paul R'y.
The Best Route from Omaha and Council
Bluffs to
THE EAST = = -
TWO T11AIN8 DAILY HKTWEEN OMAHA AND
COUNCIL UI.UFK8
Chicago , . . .AND Milnnukeo ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , Cedar Haplds ,
Rock Island , Freeport , Rockford ,
Clinton , Uubuque , Davenport ,
Elgin , Madison , Janesville ,
Bcloit , Winona , La Crosse ,
And all other Important point * East , Northeast and
Southeast.
For thronih tickets call on the ticket ajent at 1W1
Farnam street , la Paiton Hotel , or at Unloa PaclOo
itepot *
lullman Sleeper * and tha finest Dining Can In the
world are run on the main linn of the Chicago. Mil
waukee & IU. Paul Hallway , and eferr attention Is
paid to passenger * hy courteous employe * of the
company.
H.M1LI.KII , General Manager.
J. K. TUCK Kit , Assistant ( ieneral Manager.
A. V. It. CAJIPKNTKIl , General Passungir and
/IlKAFFOHD , Assistant-General Passenger
nd Ticket Arent. .
J. T. IXAHK , Ueneral Superintendent.
THE CHICAGO AND
NorthWestern -
Western
Railway Short Line.
Omaha ,
Council Bluffs
And Chicago ,
A * only road to take for If > Molnei , Jlarlalltown ,
Cedar Hapldi , Clinton , Dlion , Chicago , Mllwaukru
and all point * en t. To the people of Kebrnika , Cole
rado. Wyoming. Ulan , Idaho , Nctada , Oregon.Vnili -
Inntonand California , U ulTers aupojlor ndtautagoi
Bt t poidalD br anj otbor line.
Amonii a few of the numeruui points of lupcrlorlty
enlored br the patroniof this ruacl between Onmtik
nd Cblcaito. aru Hi two tralvt a day of DAY COACH *
Kt > . which are the Unfit that niitnan art and Iniienul.
tTrancrcate. Ill 1'AI.ACK Hl.KEl'INU CARS , which
aromodfls of comfort and eletance. Hi 1'All 1X1II
DKAWINO ItOOM OAHH , uniurpaiifil nr anr , aud
Itiwldtlr rclcbritcJ 1'ALATIAL DINI.SO CAIW , th
equal of wblth cannot lie found mcwheru. At Coun
cil Ilium the tralni of the Union I'acino Uallwar , con *
nect In union depot wltn the e of Iho Chicago A
Northwestern Uy. In Chicago tbo tralni of thli line
pake cloio conucctloo wltb tuoie of all oilier vaBtero
Kor Detroit , ( "olumbui. Indlanapolli , Cincinnati j'
Klagara Kalli. Iluffalo.lltnaurir , ' 16rnnto. Montreal ,
lloilon , New York , PhlladelpliTii , Daltlmow. Waiu *
. InvtoD , and all poluti In Inu east , aik for a ticket Tit
"NORTHWESTERN. "
K TOO wlub the belt accommodatlvn. All ticket agent *
en ticket ! via tlili line.
U. H U < ; 11 ITT , K. P. Wl WON ,
Geul. Manager , ( lonl. Fan'r A |
Chicago , llli.
V.U.KADCOCK , U IL 1101.I.KS.
VU AtAKn A _ _ t rMt _ It. * . _ AA..M
CHURCHILL PARKER ,
Dealer in Agricultural Implements , V agons ,
Ckrrlato mA Dniilps. Jnnp * Street , llctnvtn ftli anJ
Mth , O maha ,
METCALF"c'6Ti
Aericnltnrallnmleinents.WaEons.CaiTiaEes . .
llut les , Eto. Wholesale , Umaliit , Nrbmskit.
' '
PARLIN ,
! > < alpr In
AEjicnltnrallniplcnicnls.Wapns . & Bnigiei
901 , MB. a anil gr ? , Jonm Street. Omaha.
p. "p" . rvrAs"T S ca
Manufacturers of Buckeye Drills. Mm.
( MUvatori. liar Rake * . Cider Mllli and ltit. n 1'ul'
venter * . Cur. Hth and Nlcnolai Street * .
Whulcialo
Agricultural Implements , ! agons & 6nggiei
Corner ItlU nd Nlctidlas BtraeU.
Artists' Materials.
A. HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists1 Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1513 Douglas ( Ureet , Omnha , Nebraska ,
Boots and Shoes.
W. V. MORSE & CO. ,
Jotite of Boots and Shoes ,
im nraam St. , Om h , N h. Munuftctorj , lamMtl
Btrett , Button.
KIRKENDALL , JONES & CO. ,
( Succeuort to IXced , Jonet A Co. )
Wholesale Mannfactnrers of Boots and Shoes
Af enU tor nostoo Rubber 8hp Co. 11W , 1104 * 1109
llarntr St. , Ornah * , Nthnuka.
Coffe , tplcev , Eto.
CLARKE COFFEE CO. .
OmthkCuffct and Spice Mill * .
Teas , Coffees Spices , Bakine Powder ,
ri.Tor.ng ' ' ' - Mli-"M
Crockery and OlgBBvyarp.
W. L. WRIGHT.
Affnt for the Mnnufnclurdri iind Importpr * of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Chimneys ,
Etc. Office , 217 8.13th St. , Onrnhn , Ncbrnikn.
CommlsBlon nnd Storage.
D. A. HURLEY ,
Commission and Jobbing ,
a and Trmluce. Conilinmenti in1lrltd.
rteri for Stoneware , tlerrr H < isci aud
po llmieli. 1411 Dodge St. , Omitha.
RIDDELL& RIDDELL ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
tClkltles-Dutlor , Kum. Cherrn. 1'uiiltrr. ( ! a
Ojstcrs , Ktc. , Klc. Ill Bo ill h 1Kb Strcel.
WIEDEMAN & CO. ,
Prodnce Commission Merchants ,
PoultryliulterOamc. Fnills , Klc. SSUboiilh lltb 8 . ,
Umnha , Nebraska.
CEO. SCHROEDER & CO. .
( Succeuors to Mci-bano A Schroctlcr. )
Prodnce Cominission and Cold Storage ,
Omaha. Nvbraika.
Coal ' , Cokp ndj.l.mo.
COKE & "L1MTE CO. ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal ,
XB South 13th Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
J. J. JOHNSON & CO. ,
Mannfactnrers of Illinois White Lime ,
fcnd fhlppcn of Coal. Coke , Coment. Plmter. Ll i ,
Drain Tile and Hewer llpe. Olflrc. I'ailoo HoMI ,
Farnam Bt , Omnua , Neb. Telephone 811.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. ,
Shippers of Coal and Cole ,
ill South 13th St. , Omaha , N b.
M. E. SMITH & CO. ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions
1103 aud HU4Dou1aa , Cor. llth St. , Omaha. Neb.
KILPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS CO
Furnlihlng Ooodt.Cnrner llth and Uaruer BU ,
Omaha , Nibraika.
Furniture.
DEWEY & STONE ,
Wesale Dealers in Farnitnre ,
Farnam BUctt , Omaha , Nebrttka.
Groceries.
PAXTON , GALLAGHER * CO. ,
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
tdt , 707,709 and 711S. 10th St. , Omaha , NeD.
McCORD , BRADY 4 CO. , tf >
Wholesale Grocers ,
1Mb and LeaTcnworth Street ! , Omaha , Ncbraiku.
D. M. STEBLE & CO. .
Wholesale Grocers ,
US , 1221 and 183 Harner Street , Omaha , Nib.
ALLEN BROS. .
Wholesale Grocen ,
1111 and 1110 Uarnej Btroot , Omaha , Neb.
Hardware.
LEE , FRIED ft CO. ,
Jobbers of Hardware and Nails ,
Tlnware.Sbret Iron.Et * . Ajienta for llow * Bcalei.an
lllaml 1'owder Co. , Omaha , Neb.
HIMBBAUQH ft TAYLOR.
Builders' ' Hardware & Scale Repair Sbop
Mechanic ! ' Tooli and Buffalo Sonlei. 1400 Douglai li
Omaha , Nebraska.
RECTOR ft WILHELMY CO. ,
Wholesale Hardware ,
10th and ITarnor Bu. . Omaha , INeb. Western Aientl
lor Auttln 1'owder Co. , Jofferion Steel N l , Fair-
bank * Standard Scale * .
Heavy Hardware.
W. J. BROATCH.
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
IpriDgi , Wagnn Stock , Hardware Lumber , etc. 1XN
and 1811 Harney Street. Omaha.
EDNEY ft GIBBON ,
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
ficon and Carriage Wood Stock , Hear ? Hardware
etc. HIT and Ufa LeaTaqworth flt. , Omaha. Nob.
Hats , Caps , Etc.
W. L. PARROTTE & CO. ,
Wholesale Hats , Caps and Straw Goods ,
ltd Barnir Street , Omaha , Neb ,
Liquors.
WILLOW SPRINGS DISTILLERY CO
and ILER ft CO. ,
Importers & Jobbers of FineWines SLiprs
at India Dltter * and Domestic Liquor * . Ill ] Humor
t. u m be r.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. ,
All kinds of Bnilfling Material at Wholesale
18th Street and Union 1'aciflu Track , Omaha.
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Doon.eto. Tard-Concr Ith and Douglti ; CornerOt
audUoufla * .
C. N.DIET2
Dealer in all Kinds of Lumber ,
Utb and California St * . , Omaha. Ncti.
FRED w. GRAY"
Lnmber Lime Cement Etc Etc
, , , , , ,
_ Corner Cth and DouglnBU , Omaha.
* '
" " T. W. HAIWEY LUMBER GO' . .
To Dealers Only , \
Office. 143.1 Karnic * Street. OmoM.
" ' JOHN A. WAKEFIELD , " * "r
Wholesale Lumber , Etc ,
IB porUd and American Portland Ciment. StaU iMl
irillwu | * maHaullc Cema * B40ulBC/
L u m bor.
nrrtnnnnm
CHA8. R. LEE ,
Dealer in Hard.wood Lumber , 1
oed Carpct * anJ I'arquet Kl"urln . tth and Poilila
Mjlll ncry and Nogns ( | > ;
" *
I. OBEFlVELDER * Tboi ?
Importers & Jobbers of Millinery & Notions
m , JIO and ll South llth Btreit.
Notions.
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. , "
Wholesale Notions and Furnishinj [ Goodi
103 indl South 10th Btr > it , Omaha. '
VINYARD & SCHNEIDER , |
Notions and Gent's ' Furnishing Goods , ,
1KB Harper Street. Omaha.
Wholesale Reflned and Lubricating Oil ? ?
Ail * Orttie. fie. , Omaha. A. U. Dlthop , Maaa er\
CARPENTER PAPER CO , .
Wholesale Paper Dealers ,
CBrrrKBlre itock of nrlntlnc , wrapping and writing
paper. Special attention lTen to car load ordin.
Printers' Materials. _ _
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION.
Auiiliary Publishers ,
Dealer * Imtjpe. pre > ie * and prlntir * ' lupplle * . Mb
_ South 18th Street. Omaha.
' Ruboer Good * .
OMAHA RUBBER CO. ,
Mannfactnrers and Dealers in Rubber Goods
Oil Clothing and Leather noltlng. IUC8 Fnnmm Btreot.
XTTSTRAN Q CoT
Pumps , Pines and Engines ,
Btcxm , water , nllwurnnd mining * uptllt | > > , etc. CM ,
Vli nnd VU Karnain ijlreet , Oinahn.
CHURCHILL. PUMP CO. , \
Wholesale Pumps , Pipe , Fittings ,
Etcnia ind Water Siippllen , llrmlqunrteni lor Mail ,
K > oM & Co' goods , llil Fnrnnm SH. Omnha.
"U. 8. WlND ENafNElk PUM"P CO. .
Steam and Water Supplies ,
Ilallldar Wind Mills , CIS unit .01 Knrnnni St. , Omaha ,
U. K. lion , Acting .Mminm-r.
BROWNELL&CO. .
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery ,
blici't Iron Work. Stcnm Tump * , "HIT Mill * . 12U-U1&
Ltavonwoilli Street , Oimlm.
Sooda.
PHIL. STIMMEL& CO. ,
Wholesale Farm , Field and Garden Seeds
til nJBI3JonciSt. , Omn'm I
Storage ,
ARMSTRONG , PETT1S & CO. , t
Storage , Forwarding and Commission ,
Drnnch house of the Ilcnnor Hufgr ( Co. lluuulca * .
whulvtale and rotnll. K J,1.IO ) nun ; 'U'J liard Stiuot ,
Omaha. Tulepbouo No. 7M ) . I
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
Manufacture Galvanized Iron and Cornice ,
uhu Kpunctvr , I'roprh'tor. 920 Doiluc nutl III ) und 105-
North luth Street. Onmha. : I
Manufacturing Dealer iu Sinofce Stack
liltghlugi. Tank ! und General Holler lU'palrlnir. 131&-
Dodge Street , Omaha , Net ) .
rn Vorks.
Wrought and Cast Iron Building Wort
Encluoi , Ilrais work , eoncral foundrr , machine and
blacksmith work. OUlco and work * , U. 1 * . II J. and 7
17th Street , Omaha.
OMAHA WIRE A IRON WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railings
ik rail * , window cnard * . flower itand * , wire alt
etc. , la Nona lab Ht. , Omalia ,
OMAHA SAFE AND IRON WORKS ?
Man'frs ' of Fire & Burglar Proof Safes )
Vaulti. jail work , Iron and wire fendnK , * lgn * . etc. Q *
Andrecn , frop'r. Cor. Hlh and Jiickiun Bt * .
MOLlNE.MILBURNiSTODDARD Co
.Munulacturcii and JuUUvrs In
Wagons Buggies , Rakes , Plows Etc ,
Cor 'Jill a i I'll ! IMc bt . , o'nnlin. .Si'li.
MEACHER * LEACH.
General Agent * for Dlrbold Safe & l.opk Co. ' *
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes.Tiine Locks ,
Vaults and Jail Work , 1415 Karnani Street , Omaha. (
H. M. & b. W.JONES ,
Siiciue or9to A. T. Ki'Mjun & Co. ,
\VlioIcfKla and ri-tull
Booksellers and Stationers ,
Fine WeddlniStntlnncry , roiunii-tvlul Btutloncry.
ugln M. Unmlii , Neb.
Overalla.
CANFIELD MANUFACTURINO CO. ' '
Manufacturers of Overalls , j
Jean * I'aati , bblrU. Ktc. 11K ( and 1104 Dougla * Slroeli
Omaha , Neb.
Sash , Doora , Etc.
M/A. DISB'ROW & cb. .
Wholesale .Manufacturer * of '
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings , !
Branch Office , Utb and liard Street * , Omaha , Neb.
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO. , ,
Manufacturers of Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
Moulding * , Htalr Work and Interior Hani Wood Fin
ish. N. K. Corner 8th and lAiavenworlh Street * ,
Omaba , Nub. '
OMAHA PLANING MILL CO. ,
Manufacturers of Mouldings , Sash , Doors ,
Aod Ollnds. Turnlnff , Stnlr-work. Bank and Offlci
Fittings. 'Ma and l'op | > leton Arenue.
Brewers.
STORZ & ILER ,
Lager Beer Brewers ,
1121 Norm Klghtcunth Street , Ounba , Nob.
O. n. PAI.MEU. K , r. IIICIIMAN , J. II. 111-ANCHAnD.
PALMER. .RICHMAN & CO. ,
Liye Stock Commission Merchants ,
Office llonm S4 , OpiKnlte KichaiiKC llulldlng ,
btoi k Vuril. , Huuth Omaha , Nrb.
MOCOY BROS. .
Liye Stock Commission Merchants ,
Market furnWiisl f reo on application , Stackers and
foeticrs furiilihod 011 uootl lenns. Itt'ferpiiccst Oma *
ha .Sutlonul Hank anil butith Omuha Natlounl , Unlua
btock Yanli , Bouth Omnlia.
LORIMER. WESTERF1ELD & . MALEV
Liye Stock Commission ,
HOOTD 1& , Riclmnce llulldlni ; , ( Inlon Stock YurdJ.
foulh Oinuha , Nob.
ALEXANDER & FITCH.
Commission Dealers in Liye Stock , '
Ituoin 23 , oppntltn Urcliango llullitlng , Union Htocaf
_ Vurd , South Omalm , NcC.
UNION STO C K YA RDS CO. , ]
Of Omaha , Limited , i
_ John K. Itof d , iiuperlntendent. I
THE CAPITOL HOTEL
LINCOLN. , NEB.
The t en known and me l populnr Hotel In thi
Hate. Luc utlini cvntrnl , aputiliituinnti , llril-clais.
llpmlquartcri tur iniuiueiulal men and. alliullUcol
and public gatherings.
K.I' KOUUKN 1'royrletor.