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    THE OMAHA DAIliY BEE : THURSDAY FEBRUARY 10. 188a
TBSTBntUY'S QUOTATIONS.
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MOXBT On call , easy nt per cent.
Closed offered 8J lrccnt.
aPuiMK MEIICANTILB I'IPBB 6 < 2 < i per cent.
BTEHMNO EXCIUNOB Dull but steady and
unclmncgcd at 14.84 for 00 day bills , W.b5 i
for demand.
PllODLCE
ChicaRO , Feb. IS. Following arc the 2:30 :
closing prices :
Flour Steady ; winter \vhcnt bbls , .1..W ®
6.50 ; sacks , ti.SOfta.Tft ; wheat , bbls , * AM@
4.60 ; Hacks , r2.TK ( ,4.2.li ; spring , 11.75(33.110 ( ;
rye Hour , | 2.8.vai.lO : per bbl ; buckwheat
flour , W.00 < "rt0.7r > | > cr bbl.
Wheat Weak ; prior * avcroRed lower , de
clining to a point l , ! , e below yesterday's
closing and closed Ifc lower ; cash and March ,
75Vc ; Muy , ( JO c.
Corn A weak feeling prevailed ; opened
J < c under yesterday's close and closed J < @
Jic lower than yesterday ; cash and March ,
45Xc ; Mny.fiOk'c.
Oats Offered freely , but the market de
clined and closed c below yesterday ; May ,
31 11-lCc.
Rye Quiet nt file.
Barley Nominal at7.i77c.
PiimoTmothy-t3.43. !
Flax-sccd-fl.45.
Whlsky-$1.15.
Pork Fairly active and prlcei , though a
shade lower , were well sustained ; cash ,
14.07 < f ; May , t4. ! : ) @ 14. : K.
Lard Dull and u shade lower ; cash ,
I7.f > 7 ; March. (7. < X@i7.IVJKMay ) ; , $7.75.
Dry Salted Meats Shoulders , t . ( )0@0.15 ) :
short clear. fS.OO@8.05 ; short ribs , $7..1fK >
llutter Easier ; creamery , 82@'JUc ; dairy ,
SlftlSfic.
Cheese Steady ; full cream Cheddars , 10J <
; flats , ll&llj c ; young Americas , li
Egps Firm at 23 > i@ii5c.
Hides Unchanged ; green hides 5Ke ; prccr
frozen , 5c ; heavy green salted , tlj ; liRht
preen salted , (1 ( % ; Halted bull. SJ e ; green
bull , 4fc } ; green salted calf , Be ; dry flint
and dry calf , l'J@13c ; branded , IS percent
off ; deacons , ! ) c each ; dry salted , lOc.
Tallow In fair demand ; No. 1 , country ,
solid , 4 o ; No. 2 , 3 } ; cake , 4tfo per Ib.
Receipts. Shipments
Flour , bbls . 3l,000 ! 2i,0X )
Wheat , bu . 20,000 1 ,00 (
Corn , bu . 2 ± iWX ) 134,001
Oats , bu . 175,000 " 0,001
Kye.bu . 0,000 1,00 (
IJarley.bu . ( W.OOO 32,001
St. Liouifl. Feb. 15. Wheat Lower
cash , 7Ut80 ( c ; May , 81 ' c.
Corn Lower ; cash , 4445c ; May
4 , ' < c.
Oats Dull ; cash , SO gSli c ; May , 29 c
I'ork J14.50.
Lnrd-7.40. . .
Whisky tl.09.
Mutter Firm ; creamery , 24@30c ; dairy
18@2tc.
Afternoon Hoard Wheat Easy ; March
70 > < o bid ; Muy , 81 , ' 81'fe. ' Corn Harel ;
steady ; March. 45c usked ; Muy , 40 c asked
Oats- Quiet ; May , 2'J -Wife. . ,
lilverpoDl. Feb. 15. Wheat Dull ; tin
demand has fallen off , and holders are offer
ing freely.
Corn Dull ; demand poor ; new tnlxci
western , 4s lOj d per cental.
Now York , Feb. 15. Wheat Receipts
40,100 * ; exports , 8.4IX ) ; options ruled weal
early and declined % @ % c with free selling
and during the day prices varied but little
closing steady with a small recovery ; s ] > ot
} { & } { olo\vcr and moderately uctivo ; ungradei
red , tt5(00u ( ( ; No. 1 red , nominal at S)2c ) ; Nc
a red. ( JS WKc in store and elevator ,
388Xc free on board , bUgl ) ( > 0 > { u afloat
March , nominal at asYc.
Corn Uecoipts , O.COO ; exports , 420 ; oj
tions declined ftijfc , and sx | > t Ji tjfc
closing steady ; ungraded , 59(2 ( < X ) < c ; No. J
575fc ; No. 2 , 58@f.U" " < c in elevator ,
00 > Jc afloat ; March closing at '
ats Hcceipts , 37XH ( ) ; exports , 370
steady ; mixed western , 3J@41c ; white wcsi
ern,41@48c.
Coffee Spot fair ; Rio , dull at (10.00
options quiet but generally steady ; sale !
57,750 bags ; February , * 13.25@ii.35 : ; Marcl
$13.70@12.N ) ; April , 12.55C' 1'3.05 ; Moj
112.55 ; Juno , tl2.35j2 ( > r.2.40 ; July , 11.UO (
1200 ; August , Cll.MKgU.76.
Petroleum Steady ; united , 88 , ' < c.
Egg * Steady ; demand moderate ; wcstcn
Pork Firm and fairly active ; moss wa
quoted at C15.00@15.25 ; ono year old , flJ.lfK
15.50.
Lard Lower , dull and heavy ; wester
stcnin , spot , was quoted at (7.95.
Butter Quiet and weak ; western , 14 ( <
31 c.
Cheese Steady and quiet ; western , 11J
@ 12o.
MIlWAukce. Feb. 15. Wheat Casl
75J/c ; March. 74 { c ; May , 78 fc.
Corn Weak ; No. 3 , 47c.
Oats Steady ; No. 2 white , 33a
Rye-Firm ; No. 1 , Oltfc ,
Barloy-Dull ; No. 2 , 74V o.
Provisions Weak ; poi-k. February , $14. (
@ 14.25.
Cincinnati , Feb. 15. Wheat Dull ; Ni
9 red , 80c.
Corn Dull and lower ; No. 3 mixed , 51c.
Oats Weaker : No. 8 mixed , 33@Xi < { c.
Ityc Unsettled and lower ; No. 2 , U2H <
05c.
Provisions Pork , steady ut (14.50. Lard-
Steady at (7.50.
Whisky- Steady at (1.09.
KnMM City , Feb. 15. Wheat Steadj
o. 2 soft , cash , T8Kc ; May , 7So bid.
Corn Lower ; No. 2 , cash , 42c ; Ma44 J ,
bid , 45tfo asked.
Oata No. 2 , cash ,
llnneapollf , Feb. 15. Wheat Thor
was u weaker feeling , and with an increai
of about tOO.OOO bushels of wheat reportc
in amount in passage to the United Klngdor
trader * were inclined to make Belling sidei
receipts , 109 cars ; shipment * , 40 cars , do
ing In store : No. 1 hard , cash , 7C ) o ; Marcl
77c ; May , 78 c ; No. 1 northern , caih , 7&
M y , 77c ; No. 3 northern. cash , 72o ; May , 74
On track No. 1 hard , 78c ; No. 1 norther
70 > < o ; No. 2 northern , 74c.
Flour Patents , In sacks to ship , (4.10
4.25 ; bakers' , t3.20@a.45.
New Orleans , Feb. 15. Corn Qul
and weak ; white , OOgOlc ; mixed , Olc ; yi
low , 62c.
Corn Meal Quiet at (3.8
Hog Products Dull , weak and lowc
pork , 114.75 ; law , (7.25. '
Bulk Moat * Shoulders , (0.20 ; lei
clear and clear rib. (7.75.
lilVK
Otilcano , Feb. 15. The Drover' * Journ
reports aa follow * :
Cattle UcceipU , 0,000 ; steady to IQalowc
fancy , (5.11X35.30 ; oshipping steer * . (3.M
6.00 ; Btockeraand feeders , (2.35 ( 3.70 ; co\\
bull * and mixed , (1.05@3.15 ; ( .Texas catt
.
Hogt-llecelpts , 27,000 ; slow and
lower than Monday : mixed , (3.0.y5.4
heavy , (5.303S.W ) ; light , (4.95 ( 5.10 ; skij
3.25@4.85.
Sheep Hecelpts , 5,000 ; shipments , 1,00
market strong ; natives , (3.01X35.40 ; wci
crn , (5.00Q5.30 ; Texan * , (3.5iKji4.50 ; laml
National Stock Yard * , East i
IjouU , Feb. 15. Cattle Receipt * , 2X (
hipmeuU , 700 ; market steady ; choico'hca
native steer * . (4.40(35.25 ( ; fair to good nati
Btecr * , | 3.NX < t4.4A ; butchers' steers , medli
to choice , (3.150M.15 : stockera and feedc
fair to good , (2.00@3.UO ; rangers , ordinate
to good , W.20gl4.V ( !
Hogs Receipt * . 5,000 ; shipment * , 3 <
market active but lower ; choice heavy a
butchers' selections , (5.35 ( < I5,50 : packii
medium to prime , (5.00(45.40 ; light grad
ordinary to good , (4.75@5.05.
Kansas City , Feb. 15. Cattle-Rocolp
2,050 ; shipments , 2KX ( ) ; slow but steady i
good of all classes ; common , weak and
shade lower ; good to choice corn-fed , (4. a
4.80 ; common to medium , (3.25(34.20 ( ; sto <
erVll.SXaa.M ; feeding stccra , rJ.OOQS. ;
cows , (1.36@3.00.
Hog * Receipts , 7,300 ; shipments , 4
choice heavy stroiig and a shade hlghi
others * low and a shade lo\Vor , closing we
and Bo lower ; common to choice , Hi&gS.
kip * and pigs , C3.0CK34.W , '
OMAHA LIVE STOCK.
Cattle.
Tucsdaj.Fcb. 16 , 1888.
The receipt * were 6P9 head' and among the
offerings were sonic very choice steers which
sold at f lWKt4 GO. Taken as a whole the
market was not any higher than on ycstcr-
day. The class of cattle sold was better
which accounts for high prices. Common
stock wa * about steady. Trading was very
active , the local and shipping demand each
being good.
Hog * .
The receipts of hogs were heavy and the
general run good. The market opened 10
cents lower than yesterday and closed steady
nt the decline with everything taken. One
bunch of choice stock sold at (5.1X1. The
local packers were all heavy purchasers.
Hhecp.
The receipts of sheep worn 318 head , among
which was one bunch of which were peed ,
fat natives which sold at (4.00. All grades
are about steady.
Official HecelptH.
Cattle 898
Hogs 0,033
Sheep 31S
Prevailing Price * .
Showing prevailing prices paid for live
stock on the market ;
Prime steers , 1300 to 1500 Ibs. . (4.2T. ( $4.00
Prime steers , 1100 to 1300 Ibs. . 3.3. > 04.00
Fat little steers , 900 to 1050 Ibs. 3.U5 63.85
Corn-fed range steers , 1200 to
1500 Ibs 3.50 @ 4.15
Common to choice corn-fed
cows 2.00 03.15
Western cows 1.50 ( a2.50
Fair to good range feeders 2.30 ( ji2.75
Medium to good native feeders ,
900 Ibs and upwards . . . 2.2 : . ( JJ3.00
Couimoii to good bulls 2.00 ( 3.00
Fair to medium native feeders ,
900 Ibs and upwards 2.25 ( S2.50
Stockcrs , 400 to 700 Ibs 2.15 < 2.73
Prime fill sheep 3.75 fe4.25
Good fat sheep , DO if 100 Ibs. . . . 3 25 ( Ui.75 :
Fair to medium sheep 2.25 ( d3.00
Common Hlicep 2.00 w'i.25
Light and medium hops 4.0i (1(5.15 (
Fair to choice heavy hogs 5.25 ( tt. " > .00
Fair to choice mixed hogs 5.20 ( < i5.40
Itcprmcntntivc Snlcs.
NATIVE bTCCIM.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
0. , . . . .1010 $3.20 15. 10SS f 100
40. . . . .1023 : t. ! > : > ' 15.3. . iioo air.
. . . .12.H 3.25 4. 1153
10. . . . . MB 3.21 15. 11CH !
8. . . . . 953 3.25 4.
23. . . . . 929 3.25 18.
19. . . . .11S4 3.27' , ' 13.
13. . . . . 900 3.30
09.o . . . . .KM )
o 350
lit ! : i.r,5
15. . . . . uiis : i.55
ir. . . . .1152 ; i.oo
ir.i. cows.
i. . . . .1100 1.50 1140
i.i.
i. . . . .1090 1530
\ . . . . 9110 . 1103
n . . . . 10115 2.25 885
. . . . 902 2.25 880
. . . .1350 3.00 1078
. . . .1130 2.30 1200
13. . . . .1224 2.00 1170
3. . . . .1010 3.00 1144
4. . . . .1107 2.02H 1073
4. . . . .1070 2.50 1282
17 . . . .ll'J7 2.80 1003
HULLS.
1400 .2.00
1. 1710 2.75
1. 1550 2.25
1. 1490 2.55
HKIFKIIS AX1 > STEtlfj.
4. . . . .1330 3.50
bllEEP.
. . . . . 7(1 ( 3.50 77 99 4.00
55. . . . . 70 3.50 131 05 2.05
HOCil.
No. Av. Shk. Pr. No. Av. Shk. Pr.
No.M. . . .HI _ f4.t5 ; 74. .213 80 * 5.15
20. . . .148 80 4.115 80 5.15
74. . . .204 100 4.05 80
15. . . .100 40 4.05 40
74. . . .1S8 80 4.70 100
80. . . .102 SO 4.70 120
1)5. ) . . .181 KM ) 4.70 100
70. . . .280 100 4.75
82. . . .100 1IX ) 4.75
79. . . .183 2S ( ) 4.W )
82. . . .200 KM ) 4.1)5 )
82. . . .189 W ) 5.00
70. . . .217 200 500
82. . . .198 80 5.00
78 . . .203 40 5.00
05. . . .209 2 * 5.05
70. . . .209 80 5.05
Gl ) . . . .215 80 5.05
07. . . .212 120 5.05'
78. . . .210 80 5.05
05. . . .222 120 5.05
40. ! "So 100 5.10
75. . . .210 ICO 5.10
78. . . .209 SO 5.10
75. . . .204 40 5.10
75. . . .210 140 5.10
77. . . .217 5.10
73. . . .233 80 5.10
.70. . . .237 100 5.10
78. . . .244 100 5.10
51. . . .242 120 5.10
73. . . .214 40 5.10
81. . . .229 100 5.10
81.oo 240 5.10
oo ! . . .243 3.0 5.10
70. . . .243 240 5.10
73. . . .249 440 5.10
04. . . .243 240
73 , . . .228 120
11. . . .280 100
73. . . .241
03. . . .209 240
73. . . .244 UK )
73 , . . .219 120
85. . . .2 < 80
09 , . . .239 80
70 , . . .239 80
00 , . . .230 120
< Live Htock Sold.
Showing the number of head of stock sol
on the market today.CATTLE.
CATTLE.
O.H.Hammond & Co 1
Harris & Fisher :
Shippers 4
Feeders
Local '
Total 0
Loft ever , 210.
SHEEP.
Harris & Fisher
Shippers. . . , 1
Local 1
*
Total 3
HOOS.
Omaha Packing Co. . . . , 1,9
G. H. Hammond it. Co ; 7 <
Armour & Cudauay 2,9
Swift PacklngCo 7
Harris & Fisher 4
Total. . . . 0,8
AU sold.
Range of Prices.
Showing the extreme highest and low'o
rates paid for leading grades of hogs ondat
mentioned :
Ranjco or Price * .
Showing highest and lowest prices paid f
loading grades of cattle on dates mention
Space loft blank indicates that no sales
that particular class of cattle were made >
that date :
Dockage anil Oonmlalon.
Public Inspectors dock pregnant sows
pounds , * tapi 80 jxtunds each.
Dead hojs. 100 pounds and over , II.0 <
3.00 per cwt , loss than 100 Ibs , of no value.
Yardage : Cattle , 'J5c ; hogs , 80 ; sheep ,
per head. Feed. : Corn , $1.00 per bu. ; tlmot
hay , | 30 : prairie hay , t'JO per ton.
Commissions : Cattle , 50oper bead ; cab
and yearlings. 111) ) per car. Hog * and * he <
Single dock , | 5i public ln pectton on hg
ICc per car. AU sale * unices otherwise
stated per 100 Ib * live weight.
Bblpmcnts.
Cattle , 18 cars , C. B. & Q Chicago
Meat , 4 cars , C. B. & Q Chicago
Sheep , 1 cor , C. 13. &Q. . . Chicago
Lire Htock Notes.
H. Eggcr , of St. Paul , marketed hogs.
The Omaha Packing Co. took 1,900 porkers.
C. B. True , of Ewing , disposed of a car of
cattle.
E. O. Johnson , of Inman , sold sheep on the
market.
F. E. Vallcntinc , of Aurora , had cattle on
the market.
L. L. Stephens , of Waterloo , marketed a
load of swlno.
W. F. Church , oj Pierce , came in with five
loads of cattle.
F. W. Matoon , of Blue Springs , marketed
cattle and hogs.
Hammond purchased the largest number of
cattle yesterday.
W. M. Farrlngton , of Lyons , was on the
market with cattle.
Thomas Armitagc , of Detroit , had cattle on
the market to-day.
H. F. Church , of Stanton , had five loads of
cattle on the market.
J. F. Johnson , of Avoca , had a load of cat
tle on to-day's market.
The UEK'S list of representative sales
looms up this morning.
Armour & Cudahay bought the largest
number of hogs yesterday ,
J. A. Doyle , of Doyle & Co. , of Colon , mar
keted cattle and hogs at good figures.
The Union Paclilu and B. & M. roads each
brought In 257 head of cattle yesterday.
Richard Smith , or "Dick" at his friends
call him , of Pierce , was looking over the mar
ket to-day.
J. H. Bllnkcson , of Coleridge , disposed of n
load of hogs at a good figure and went honc ;
satisfied.
J. A. Snydcr , of Lincoln , sold two loads ol
cattle on to-day's ' market at (4.50 and went
home happy. ,
L. It. Llchtenbcrger , of Bradshnw , hail
hogs and cattle on the market. Mr. LIchten <
burger is a well known shipi > cr.
Fred Clark , who was formerly a heavy
buyer at these yards , but who has been ab <
sent for some time , has returned.
The state of Iowa has been "getting there"
as fur as top prices on hogs are concerned ,
for several days. It is now Nebraska's turn ,
Warren A. Koot , for some time city odltoi
of the Hoof and Horn , of South Omaha , 1ms
accepted a position as stock reporter for thi
Herald.
A.V. . Bcahm , of Cortland , marketed t
load of l.Vi'J pound cattle at $4. < < 0 , the to [
price. They were daisies and well worth th (
money. .
Swift will undoubtedly open his packhif
house very soon. What will be the effect 01
the cattle and sheep market ! Do not al
speak at once.
Charles Gosney , who died yesterday after
nopn , will bo buried from the residence , '
street , between Twenty-seventh and Twenty
eighth , ut ! : ! to-day ( Thursday ) .
The rate war is not ended , oh no 1 Thi
Milwaukee announced an UK ccntratooi
packing house products this morning. Tin
rest of tlto roads fell in and the shippers an
happy.
\V. L. Embroy , of Shcnandoah , la. , mar
kctcd three loads of hogs at $5.00 , the to )
price. They were dandies and weighed 41 !
each. Embre.y says there are several inon
where they came from and that he will sent
them in as soon as ho gets homo. .
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKETS
Produce , Fruits , Nuts , Etc.
Tuesday , Fob. IB.
Tlw fallowing quotations are tcholesal
Hml not retail. Prices quoted on pruduc
arc the rates at which round lotsarc sula 01
tliln mitrkct. FrttUH or other lines of f/ooc7 /
mmlrtnij extra labor In put-klny cannot til
wayn be xumillcd on ouMilc orders at th
xamc price * quoted fnr the local trulc
nates an flour and feed arc Jobbers price *
Prices In yratn arc UIOKC paid by OIIKI/K /
miners dclli'ci'cil. All quotations on mcr
cltandlsc arc obtalnrd from leading house
and arc corrected dally. Prices on crach
cm , cake * , etc. , are those given by leading
manufacturers.
Business could only bo classed as fair litho
the produce market. Receipts , with the ex
ccption of eggs , "were light and everythini
found ready sale. Egg * were in liberal sup
ply and prices were quoted lower. The suii
ply of butter was equal to the demand am
prices unchanged , with choice countr ,
stock asked for. There was no
enough poultry to supply th
demand , and prices were firm , but hcav ,
receipts and warm weather would undoubl
cdly weaken them. Chickens are inostl
called for Just now. No change Is noted i
potatoes , but prices are firm and thcro are it
dications of them moving up a cent or twc
Fresh receipts of cabbage are reported , bu
they came to hand frosted , and are sellin
below quotations. In a day or two otbc
consignments will coma to hand , und it I
hoped in better condition.
BUTTEit Creamery , solid packed , 23oJ25c (
choice rolls , 18S.20c ( ; medium , 14@10c ; lei
grades , 10@12c.
EKH Strictly fresh , 18@20c ; cold storage
lGM > 18c ; limed , 14c.
Pot'LTiir Dressed chickens , 10@llc pc
Ib ; turkeys , 10@llc ; ducks , 10@llc ; geesi
.
Tuusnrs Good stock , 00@03c ; Rutabaga :
60 ( < ( )55c. )
CiUNnBURiES Boll & Cherry , $10.50 (
11.01 ; Bell & Bugle , U1.Ctxail.00 ; Bell ,
Bugle , premium , $ ll.r > 0rf@l'.00. (
POTATOES Utah and Colorado stock , tl.1
@ 1.15 ; choice homo grown. 05@1.00 ; commo
grades at 60c.
BANANAS Medium , 2.50@3.00 ; choio
(3.00(43.50.
OiuNOES-Callfornla Riverside. W.00@4.2i
Valencia * , 7.M8.00 ) per case of 420 ; Flo
Ida , bright * , * 4.2r @ 4.50 ; russetts , $3.50 (
4.00 ; Mexican , tl.OO.
LEMONS * 4.20 ( 4.50 per box.
CAMFOHNIA FIIUITS | 3.50@2.T5 , exti
choice , (3.00.
CAUDAGE (1 per doz and 3 } to 4c fc
California.
SWKKT POTATOES $1 per doz. , and 2J @ ;
per Ib for California.
ONIONS Homo grown , 05@$1.00 ; Spanie
onions , per 50tb crate , | 1.50$1.75.
CEI.EUV Choice , 40@45c per dozen ; fane ;
5 < g5uc.
A WLES Eastern fruit , fair to choice , $3. !
@ 3.75 ; fancy , $3.75@4.00.
BEANS-Oood stock. t3.00@3.30 ; fair I
peed , $1.00@1.80 , California beans 2.25 (
DATES Persian , 80 per Ib.
SAUEK KBAUT Choice per bbl. of 80 gal
3.35(3150 ( ; X bbl. , $4.57@5.00. 111.00 p <
bbl of 50 gal.
CiDBii Choice Michigan cider , ffl.00@fl. !
per bbl. of 33 gal.
PorcoKN Choice rice com , 4@4J c per I
other kinds , 3X@3o per fit.
CARHOTS * J.35C i2.50 per barrel.
PAHSXIPS New stock , $2.60 per .barre
OYSTBHS Plain standard , 25c ; plain s
lects , 30o ; standard. 40c : extra selects , 35.
Now York counts , 40c ; bulk oysters , count
11.85 per 100 ; selects , 13.00 per gal ; standar
$1.25 per gal.
CAULIFLOWER Good stock , t3.00@iJ.80.
CHAPES Malagas. f7.50@8.00 per bbl
and larger sized bbls. In proportionup to tl
Pies In layers , ISt lOc ; cake , llo perl
NUTS Peanuts , 6H < 97c , raw ; lirazu nut
13c ; almonds , Tarragona , 23 < i ; EngUi
waluuU , 15@18o ; fllberU , 18c ; Italian chee
nuts , ISc ; pecans , 12c.
HONEV 19@31o for 1-Ib frames ; canni
honey , 10@12c per Ib.
Grocer' * Lilst ,
p
1 bacon , llk ll o ; bacon sfdes'.9M@9io ; di
f salt , 8M@3)\'c ; shoulders , 0 @ 7c ; dried bee
CANDY MUeJ , IH llc ; stick ,
REFINED LAUD Tierce , 7 > f'o ; 40-1 b squa
cans , 7Kc ; 50-lb round , 7&o ; 20-lb roun
7B'c ; 10-lbpaiU , $ Xc5lb palls , 6fo3 -
pails. 8\'c. _
BiiooMS-Extra 4-tio , $3.00 ; No. 1 , (2.0
No. 3 , (1.75 ; heavy stable , (4.00.
STAHCII Mirror glass , 5Je ; Graves' cor
CVc ; Oswego gloss , Go ; Oswego corn , 1fo. }
HOLLAND HEKUINOS 70@73 per keg.
PICKLES Medium in bbls , (7.00 ; do in hi
bbls , (4.00 ; small , in bbls , (8.00 ; do in hi
bbls , (4.50 ; gcrkins , In bbls , (9.00 ; do m hi
bbls , (5.00.
COFFEE Ordinary grades , 18@10c ; fa
19(520c ; prime , 30@2lo ; fancy green ai
yellow , 2 < S34o ; old government Java , 2s
o HOc ; interior Java , 35 ® 28o ; Mocha , 28 30
Arbuculo's roasted , 2.2c ' : McLaughlii
XXXX , 23 fo ; bilwbrth''s , 3\KciRcd"Croi \ ! ;
* " " * m *
14
> : jELLiES-SO-lb palls , (1.50C31.75.
. TKU Japan * , ao < $55c ; gunpowder ,
( We ; Young Hyson , 25&55c ; Oolong , 20 ®
05c.
05c.ROPE Saven-slxteenthiV IKillVc.
TOBACCO Lorlllard's Cllraair , 43c ; Splen
did , 45c ; Mechanic's Dclig-ht , 44c ; Lorectt &
Meyer' * Star , 45c ; Cornerstone , SOc ; Drum-
mond's Horseshoe , 43c : J. T. . 4Jc ; Sorg's
Spearhead , 44c ; Catlln's'meerschaum ' , Hie ;
Catlln' Old Style , 28c ; Pelocr Holdslck , Otc.
SroAU Granulated , TiiidT c ; conf. A ,
7 , ' < @ 7Vo ; white extra C , , * < ( < N5J c ; extra C ,
" ' : yellow CJ > < tt5Vc ; cuUoaf , i ,
powdered , 8 @ 8 ' } 'ft ' ; New Orleans ,
c.
Sriturs New Orleans molasws per bbl. ,
4WiZOSc per gal. ; corn syrup , Ooc ; half bbls. ,
8c7 ; 4 gallonkogs , (1.55.
SALT Per bbl. car load , (1.40.
M\PLE SfOAK Brick * , 1'JJi'c per Ib ; penny
cakes , 15o per Ib.
\VooDENWAUE-Two-hoop palls , ixr dor. ,
(1.40 ; three-hoop pails , (1.05 ; No. 1 tub , (050 ;
No. 2 tub. (5.50 ; No. 3 tub (4.60 ; wash
boards. (1.50 ; fancy washboards , ( : < .50 ; assorted -
sorted bowls , (2.76 ; No. 1 churns , (9.50 ; No.
3 churns , (8.50 ; No. 3 churns , (7.50 ; butter
tubs , (1.70 ; spruce. In nests , (1.70.
CHACKBIII. CAKES , ETC' . Price * subject to
change. Soda , Gc ; soda ( city goods ) , 7c ; soda
snowflakes ( in tin * ) , lie ; soda dandy , O c ;
soda wafers ( in tins ) , lOc ; soda zephyr , 8c ;
city oyster , 0fc } ; excelsior , 7c ; farina oys
ter , 5i c ; geui oyster , 5c ; monitor , 7c ;
Omaha oyster , To ; pearl oyster , 5c : picnic , 5c ;
snowdrop oyster , 8c ; butter , 5c ; Boston , 8c ;
Omaha butter , 7c ; saw tooth butter , OJfc ;
cracker meal , BXc ; graham. 8c ; graham
wafers , lOc ; graham wafers In pound pack
ages , 13c' , hard bread , 5c ; milk , 7J c ; , oat-
mcnl. Sc : oatmeal wafers , lOc ; oatmeal wa
fers in Ib pkps , 12 } c ; animals 13c ; bollvcr
ginger ( round ) , 7c ; cream , 8c ; Cornhill ,
lOc ; cracknells , 16c ; frosted cream , 8Ke ;
ginger snaps. 80 ; ginger snapt ( city ) , c ;
homo made ginger snaps in boxes , 13c ; homo
tniuio ginger snaps (1 ( Ib cans ) per dozen ,
(2.r > 0 ; Icmod cream , 8c ; pretzels ( hand
made ) , llKe ; assorted cakct , and Jumbles ,
ll c ; assorted flngors , " 15c : afternoon-tea
( in tins ) per dozen , (7.00 ; banana Augers ,
14c ; butter jumbles , lljjc : Brunswick , ISc ;
brandy snaps , 15c ; chocolate drops ( new ) ,
ICc ; chocolate wafers , 15c ; Christmas lunch
( in tins ) , per dozen , (4.50 ; cocoa taffy snaps ,
14c ; coffcu cnko , 12o ; Cuba Jumbles , ll } c ;
cream puffs , 20c ; egg jumbles , 14c ; ginger
drops , lie ; honey jumbles , HVc ; jelly ling
ers , 15c ; Jelly wafers , 15c ; Jelly tart ( new ) ,
15c ; lady lingers , 13c ; vanilla bar , He ; va
nilla wafers , He ; Vienna wafers , 1 dozen
packages in box , per dozen , (2.50.
CANNED Goons Oysters , standard , per
case , i.tg3.35 ! ( ) ( ; strawberries , 2-lb per case ,
* 3.25@3. : ; raspberries , 3-lb per case , ( . ' ) .V0i ! (
3.30 ; California pears , per case , $4. 70a-4. 80 ;
apricots , per case , (4.50@4.60 ; peaches , per
case , (5.00g5.75 ( ; white cherries , per caso.
(600 ; Cal. plum9percase , 4.30@4.40 ; blueber
ries , per case , (3.30@3.40 ; epg plums , 3-lb
l > ercase , (2,50 ; pineapples , 2-lb , per case
(3.20@5.7. > ; Mb salmon , per doz , (1.75jbl.OO ( ;
2-lb gooseberries , per case , (3.25@3.35 ; 2-lb
string beans , per case , ( l.SOVJ1.85 ( ; 2-lb Lima
beans , per ease , (1.60@l.ft5 ; 2-lb marrowfat
peas , (2.00rt2.70 ( ; 2-lb early June pear , per
case , (2.85 ; 3-lb tomatoes , (2.50 ; 2-lb corn ,
(2.30@2.40.
Dm CD FHUITS Apples , bbls , new , , > Cs ,
' ' 50-lb boxes ' . ' lOc
@ 7'4'c ; evaporated - , © ;
raspberries , evaporated , 23J @ 21c ; black
berries , evaporated , 9li@10u : pitted cher
ries , 22@23c ; peaches , Bastcrn , new , K .
( SSJi'c ; evaporated , pooled peaches , ! iOj ( 32o ;
cvaimrated. unpared , IStwlUc ; new cur
rants , @ } { c' prunes , now , 4)4@5c ;
citron , 24@25c ; raisins , California- London
layers , (2.40@2.50 ; California loose mus
catcls , (2.00@3.10 ; now. Valencia. 7Jf@8c.
All goods packed In cans 1 ct. per Ib. ad'
vauce except Snowflake und Wafer Soda ,
which is packed only in cans. Soda in 2 Ib ,
and 3 Ib. paper boxes , } .f cent per Ib. advance ;
all other goods , 1 cent per Ib. advance. Sodu
in 1 Ib. paper boxes , 1 cqnt per Ib. advance.
The 2 Ib. boxes are packed in cases holding IS
in a caso. The 3 Ib. boxes are packed in cases
holding 12 in a case. Th6 1 Ib. boxes arc
packed in cases holdlnpr.iW in a caso. One Ib ,
Graham and Oatmeal Wafers packed 2 doz
in a caso. p ,
Show Tops for boxes , with glass opcnlngtc
show goods , 75 cents. Cans for Wafer Soda
(3.00 not returnable. Cans for Snowflake
Soda , (0.00 per doz. Tin Cases with Glass
Face to display the goods , 75cents each. Me
charges for Packages except for cans und returnable
turnablo cases. Glass Front Tin Cans am
"Snowflako" Soda Cons' ore returnable a1
prices charged '
Dry' Goods.
DUCK West Point 29"In. 8 oz. , lO c : Wes' '
Point 39 in. 10 oz. , ISJtfc : West Point 10 in. 1 :
oz , 15c ; West Point 40 in. 11 oz , l c. Check !
-Caledonia X , 9Yc ; Caledonia XX , 10' c
Economy , 9' c ; Otis , 8 c.
KENTUCKY JEANS Memorial , 15c ; Canton
18c ; Durham , 27 c ; Hercules , ISc ; Learning
ton , 83 > o ; Cottswold , 27)tfc
Ciuaii Stevens' B , Oc ; bleached , 7c ; Ste
vens' A , 7Ko ; bleached , 8Kc ; Stevens' P
8J < c ; bleached , 9 > c ; Stevens' N ,
bleached , lO c ; Stevens' S R T , 12Kc.
MISCELLANEOUS Table oil cloth , (2.85
plain Holland , 8 > c to 9c ; Dado Holland
12Ko.
CAMIIUICS Slater. 5c ; Woods , 5o ; Stan
dard. 5c ; Peacock. 5c.
COM FOHTEKS (0.fiOGia".00
BLANKETS White , (1.00@7.50 ; colored ( l.l
8.00.
8.00.BI.KACIIED SHEETINO Berkeley cambric
No. 60 , 9) ) < c ; Best Yet , 4-4 , 0fc ; butter clot !
OO , 4 > tfc ; Cabot , 7KeFarwcll ; , 8J c : Fruit o
Loom. OJ/c ; Greene G , Oq ; Hope , 8c ; Kini
0-4,15c ; Popperell , 8-4 3tc ; Pepperell 9-4 , 33c
Pcppcrell.10-4 , 25c ; Canton 4-4 , 8c ; Cantor
4-4 , 9Xc ; Triumph , Oc ; Wamsutta , lie ; Val
ley , 5c.
FLANNELS Plaid Raftsman , SOc ; Goshen
32Kc ; Clear Lake , 32K t Mnplo City , SOMc
White-G H No. 3. Jf. 21c ; G H No. 1 , %
27Ko ; B H No. 3 , & , 33 > < ? c ; B H No. 1 , %
SOc ; Queeheo No. l,5 ,42o ; Quecheo No. i
5f , 37X < 5' Quecheo No. 4 , 3f , y&lf ° 'i Anawar ,
lilkc ; Windsor , 32 0. Red C , 24-incli. 15 fc
E , 34-inch , Sic ; GG , 24 inch , 18c ; HA P ,
250 ; J R F , % , 27 0 ; G , ff , 35c.
PRINTS SOLID COLOHS Atlantic , Co
Slater , 5Kc ; Berlin Oil , OWcGarner ; Oil,0j (
7c. PINK AND RoBEa Richmond , O c ; Aller
O c ; River polat , 5c ; Steel River , O o ; Rich
tnond , Oc ; Pacific , OJ c ; ISDIOO BLUE Wasl
ington , flo ; Century Indigo blue prints , lOc
American , 7c ; Arnold , 7c : Arnold Ii
lie ; Arnold A , 12c ; Arnold Gold Sea
10fc. } DRESS Charter Oak , 5tfc ; Ramap
4Ho ; Lodi , 5c ; Allen , Oc ; Richmon
3Uc ; Windsor , OJ o ; Eddystone , 0 > c ; Pacifl <
COTTON FLANNELS 10 per cent trade dli
count LLej c ; CO , 7Kp ; SS , 8Kc ; Name
less 5Kc ; No. 5 , 8c ; EE , OKc ; GO , 10 > < c
XX , 12o ; OO , 14c ; NN , lOc ; RX , 18o ; R , 20c
No. 10 , 8 > < c40 ; , 10 c ; 00 , 12 > < c ; 80 , 15o ; S
colored , lOc ; 50. colored , 13c ; 70 , colored , 15c
Bristol. 13Vio ; Union Pacific , 18c.
CAHPET WAHP Bebb white , lOj c ; colored
SHOWN SIIEETINO Atlanta A , 44 , 7 > < c
Atlantic H , 4-4,7 0 ; Atlantic D , 4-4 , ! % c ; A
lantlcP , 4-4. 6c ; Aurora LL. 4-4 , 6Jo ; Ai
rora C , 4-4 , 5c ; Crown XXX , 4-4 , 7 > i
Hoosier LL , 4-4 , Oc ; Indian Head , 9-4 , 7 > lc
Lawrence LL , 4-4 , 6c : Old Dominion , 4n
SJtfc ; Popperell R , 4-4 , 7c ; Pepperell , O. , 4- <
Oc ; Pepperell , 8-4,18Kc'Pepperell ; , 9-4 ; 21 c
Pepperell , 10-4 , 23onuica ; ( C , 4-4 , 4Jfc Wi
chusctt , 4-4 , 7 > c ; Aurora R. 4-4 , 6) c ; Auror
B , 4-4. Oc. '
BATTS Standard , 8cGem , , 10J cBeautj ;
12Ko ; Boono. 14o ; B , cased , W.50.
GINUHAM Plunkctt checks , 7 > c ; Whi
teuton , 7Hc ; York , ' 7 > o ; Normandl dresi
8 > < c ; Calcutta dress , 8Wc ; Whittcnton Area
Oc ; Renfrew dress , 8Kx13ic. }
TICKS Lewlston , 30-ln. , 12) ) 0 ; Lewistoi
33-in. , ISVtfe ; York , 82-m1. . 14o ; Swift rivei
7K"Thbrndikc ; , OO , 8 0 ; Thorndlke , EE
8Hc ; Thorndlke , 120 , 9Ko ; Thorndike , XX >
15c ; Cordis , No. 5 , 0 > icCordis ; , No. 4 , lie.
DENIMS Amoskeag , 0-or. . lOc ; Evcrct
7-oz. , 13c : York , 7-oz.V'l8c ; Haymaker , 8) ) <
Jaffrey , XX , ll > fc ; iaffrey , XXX , 12W <
Beaver Creek , A A , 12c ; Beaver Creek , 131
lie ; Beaver Creek , COj.lOc.
General Markets.
GRAIN Wheat , No.-l , first quality , 60 <
ordinary , 57a59c ( ; ryit,165c ; oats , 30 < g31 (
yellow corn , 40c ; white corn , 45o ; barle ;
6500c.
Duuos Ammonia carb , 14c ; campht
refined SOc ; copperas , ljc ; cream tarta
45c ; cream tartar powdered. 20@50o ; Ii
dlgo Madras , 75c ; morphia sulpb , $3.40 ; sod
bl. carb , 04 c ; Venice turpentine , 40c ; gui
opium , 14.50 ; quicksilver , SOo ; quinine , Go
man per oz , 55o ; quinine , P. & W. , Olc ; wa :
yellow , pure , 32c ; wax. white , 40@48o ; citr
acid , per Ib. , 02o ; oxalic acid , per Ib. , 13 <
turtarlc acid , powdered , perlb. , Me ; aluu
4c ; borax , refined , per Ib. , lOc.
OILS Carbon , lii@25c ; linseed , boilc
02c ; linseed , raw. 5Uc ; castor. No
ll.CO ; No. 2 , 1.12 ; sperm whale , $1.00 ; fisi
bank 35o ; noatsfoot extra , 55o ; ncatsfoot N
1 , 50o ; gasoline , 74 degrees , 15c ; W. S. lar
05c ; No. 1 lard' SOc ; No. 2 lard , 50c ; W. V
zero , Ho ; W. \ a. summer , 13c ; golden No.
40o ; golden No. 3 , 35c ; whale , 20o ; naptha
degree , 14c ; headlight 150 degrees , 12c ; hea
light , 175 degrees , 15c ; turpentine , 40c ; ca
I tor , pure , | 1.45 per gat
EXTRACTS Sanderson's oil bfrganiot , per
Ib. , (9 00 ; oil lemon , per Ib , (2.50 ; oil pep
permint , (3.00 ; oil wlntergrecn , $ -.V ) ; olive
oil , Malaga , per gallon , (1.25.
SOAP-Castile , mottled , per Ib. , ? @ 10c ; castile -
tile , white , in < ? i3c.
PAINTS Vhlta lead , pure. Ooifjwhlte
lead , fancy , 6c ; putty , in bladders , H ; I'arls
white , 3o ; common , 3U"c ; red lead 7c
WINDOW GLAUS Singln. 70 pec cent ;
double , 70 and 10 per cent discount.
' -LEATHBK Oak aoloa , 3.X37c ; hemlock
slaughter sole , 20 29c ; hemlock dry solo ,
21(325c ( ; hemlock kip , 090c ; A. & B. run
ner kin , 50@75c ; A. hemlock calf , 90c(3(1.00 ( ;
A. A. hemlock calf , "backs , " 75o ; hemlock
upper , 19@24c ; English grain upper , 35c ; hem
lock grain upper , 31(324c : Tampico B. L.
Morocco,20@33c ; Tumplco pebble , O. D. Mo. ,
23 ( < * 2 ! c ; Curncoa. B. G. Mo. , 'JOc ; Simon O.
I ) . Mo. , .753 00 ; Dangola kid. 30M35C ; X.
M. Kangaroo , 40o ; American calf kid , 32c :
Gncivn kids , (3.00(33.50 ; French glared
kids , (2.50(31.75 ; French calf kids.
(3.20 ; oak kip skin * , 80cg(1.00 ( ; oak calf
skins , (1.00St.25 ( ; French calf skins , 11.25 ®
3.05 ; FrencfT kip skins , (1.10@1.50 ; Russia
linings. ( < ) .00@0.50 per doz ; pink , cream and
white linings , (7.50@10.00 per doz ; colored
topping * , (4.00@11.00.
ill DBS Green butchers' , 4W@5c ; green
cured. 5k@flc ; dry flint , 9c ; dry salt , So ;
green calf skins , 7c ; damaged hides , two-
-third * price. Tallow 3c. . Grease Prime
white , 4o ; yellow , 3o ; brown , 2c. Sheep
pelts , 25ei'(1.00. ( Stea < Vv and unchanged.
Green ox pelts , 3j28lc ( ! ; kipskins , ( unfrozen ) ,
4@8Mc ; cowhides , 4K@5c.
Funs Raccon,10ftOOomink ; , 1540o ; musk
rat fall , 2@7c ; striped skunkG@25c ; mountain
wolf , No. 1 , (1.50f2.50 ( ! ; No. 2 , prairie , B0@
75c ; No. 2.2r.40c ; beaver , No. 1 , per Ib ,
(2.0tX < i3.00 ; No. 2 , (1.00@1.23 ; otter , (1.00 ®
0.00 ; dry deer skins , 20Wi. ( c per Ib ; dry ante
lope , elk , moose , etc. , 15 ( > 25c.
HAY Upland prairie , W.0 ( > ( < $7.00 ; common
coarse , (5.00@tf.50 ; straw , (0.00@0.53.
SriniTS Cologne spirits 188 proof , (1.14 :
do , 101 proof , (1.10 ; spirits , second
quality , lei proof , (1.14 ; do , 188 ;
proof , (1.13 ; alcohol , 188 proof , per wino
gallon , (2.18 ; redistilled whiskies (1.00@1.50 ;
gin , blended , (1.50@2.00 ; Kentucky bourbons ,
(2.00ao.OO ( ; Kentucky and Pennsylvania
ryes , (2.00 < g0.50 ; Golden Sheaf bourbon and
rye whiskies , (1.50 ( 3.00 ; brandies , Imported ,
(5.XC8.50 ) ; domestic , ( l. ! ) ( S3,00 ; gins , im
ported , W.ftOgOOO ; domestic , (1.35(93.00 ( ;
champagnes. Imported , per case , (28.00 ®
33.00 ; American , per case , ( tO.OO@10.00.
Fi.otrn AND FKED Minnesota patents , (2.00
per cwt ; Kansas and Missouri fancy whiter
patents. (2.00 ( > 2.75 per cwt ; Nebraska pat
ents , ( i.45@2.50 per cwt ; rye ( lour , (1.90 ®
" ! .00 per cwt : ; wheat graham , (1.75 par cwt ;
ye graham , (1.40 per cwt ; New York buck
wheat , (0.50 ( 7.00 per bbl ; Excelsior , ( C.OO
[ jcrbbl ; ready raised , ( .VUO per 100-lb case ;
orntneal , yellow , (1.00@1.10 per cwt ; white ,
M.05@1.15 per cwt ; bran , (10.00@17.00 per
on ; screenings , (14.50@15.00 per ton ; hom-
ny , (3.35 per bbl ; chopped feed , (19.520.00 ( )
icrton ; chopped corn , ( I8./0@19.00 ( per ton.
Pownr.it ANU SHOT Shot , (1.45 : buckshot ,
rl.70 ; Miami powder , (5.00 : half kegs , (2.75 ;
jnc-fourths , $1.50 ; blasting , kegs. (2.15 ;
uses. 100 feet , 45M75c.
FLAXSEED Quoted at (1.35 per bushel.
HEAVY HAHDWAUE iron , rate , (2.50 ; plow
steel , special cast , 4c ; crucible steel , 0 } c ;
cast tools , do , 12$15c ; wagon spokesper set ,
S-.00@5.50 ; hubs , per set , (1.25rt2.00 ( ! ; felloes ,
sawed dry , ( I.i5l,50 : ( ; tongues , each , 70c :
axlcseach,75c ; square nuts , pcrlb , 5@13c ; co !
chain , per Ib , ; 03 @ 13c ; mellcable , 7@10c
iron wedges , Gc ; crowbars , Ou ; harrow teeth ,
4c ; spring steel , 4@6o ; Burden's horse shoes ,
$4GT4.75 ; Burden's mule shoes , (5.75@5.i5 ;
barbed wire , in car lots , (4.00 per 100 Ibs ; iron
nails , rates 10 to 50 , (2.40 : steel nails , (2.50.
Dry Lumber.
DIMENSIONS AND TIMltF.ltS.
2. 14 \
IB ft. Wt. SOft. 2ft. 24
2x4 .17 CO 20 00 21 01230023 ( X
2x0 .17 oO.'W 0021 00,23 0023
L'x8 .17 5020 0021 0022 00,22 , 0.
2x10 .17 6020 0021 | 002:1 : 00,23 , 01
2X12 .18 2T > 20 U02I 0024 W24 ( M
4x4-8x8 . .18 10 HI M 20 60 23 00 23 ( X
31OA1IDR.
No. 1 com , s 1 s.(18.50 I No. 3 com , s 1 s.$15 5 (
No. 2 com , s 1 s. 17.00 | No. 4 com , sis. 13.5 (
FKNCINO.
No. 1 , 4 & 0 ill 12 & 14 ft. , rough . (19.51
No. 1 , " " 10 " . 19.51
No.2 , " 12 14 " . 10.51
" " " 10 " . 18.01
HIDING.
A , 12 , 14 & 10ft.(21.50 I C , 12 , 14 & 10 ft.(15.S
B , " " 20.50 1 D , " " 13.51
FLOOII1NO.
A 0 In White Pine . (25.5 (
BOin " " . 33.51
COin " " . 30.
Dflin " " . 21.51
EOin " " ( Sol. Fencing ) . 1'J.W
0 in. Drop Siding 50c per M extra.
CEILING AND PAUTITION.
2d com > r in White Pine Ceiling . (34.0
" ii > ' . 28.0
Clear , % in Norway " " . 16.0
2dcom. in " " " . 14.W
BTOCKI1OAKDS.
A 12 inch sl s . (15. &
B12 ' . 39.2i
CIS " . 30.0
D13 " . 33.0
No. 1 coin , 13 ins IB , 12ft . 20.5
" " " 14ft . 10.0
" " 16ft . 18.5
' " " 10 , 18,20ft . 21.5
No.2 , " 2 . 100
" " " 12&14ft . 18.5
" " " 17ft . 17.5
12 In Grooved roofing , (1 per M. more than i
in Stock Boards same length.
10 in Grooved Roofing same price as 12 ii
Stock Boards. .
snip LAP.
No. 1 Plain 8 and 10 in . , (19.0
No.2 * " " " . 17.5
No. 1O G , Sin . 19.5
FINISHING.
1st and 2nd , clear , 1 , l' ins 3s . (51.0
" " " 1 ,3 . 51.0
3d , clear , 1 in , s3s . " 44.5
" IK , IX , 2" . < >
A , select , 1 ms'jB . 40.0
A " IJf , IH.SinsS * . 44.0
B , " Iins2s . 30.0
B , " l , lX,2ins38 . 37.0
SOtlTIIKHN YELLOW PINB.
Com. 4 ino h Flooring . (17.il
Star , " " . 21.B
1st and 3d clear 4 inch Flooring . 33.0
Six inch 40o less.
ClearJ lnch Ceiling . 31.5
Clear X inch Partition . 25.0
Clear % inch , Partition (3 above %
Incl/Ceillng . . . 25.0
Clear Finish , 1 and lk inch , * 3 * . 29.0
Clear Finish , IK and 2 Inch , * 3 s . 30.0
Clear Corrugated Ceiling , 4 inch . 25.5
Clear Yellow Pine Casing and Base. . . . 37.0
FOPLAH LUMBER.
CPoplarBx. Eda. X in. , s 2a . (35.0
" " \i in. Panel , s 3 s . 27.0
" " Corrugated Ceiling , K. . 28.6
BATTENS , WELL TUBING , PICKETS.
O. G. Batts , 3M in 65c ; K x3. 1 s. 40c ; 81 :
Well Tubing , D. & M. and Bo v. , (23.00 ; Pic !
cts , D. & H. Flat , (30.50 : D. H. Sq. , (21.50.
SHINGLES , LATn.
XX clear , (10 ; extra * A * . (2.85 ; A stani
ardNo. C , No. 1 , (1.45 ; lath , (2.55.
POSTS.
White ccaar , 6 In. , X s. 12 > < c ; 0 in. qr
c ; white cedar , 5 in M * HWc ; 8 ii
qrs lOc ; white cedar. 4 in. round , IbKo ; Tot
nessee red cedar , split , He ; split oak , lOo ;
in 7 in. , and Sin. ( X each ) 8 ft. , round , W. <
post * . _
Omaha Retail Marked.
Thursday , Feb. 15.
All quotations given In this column m
obtained from Icadlny dealers and are cot
reeled tfrilft/ .
COAL Per single ton , delivered : Eg )
(13.00 ; nut , (12.00 ; range , (13.00 ; walm
block , (5.50 ; Iowa nut , (4.50 ; Iowa -lum ]
(5.00 ; Colorado , (5.00.
Gun Club Meeting.
. The Omaha Gun club held a regular mce
Ing at Penrose & Hardln's sporting hcadqua
ters yesterday. Present Messrs. Hughe
Worlcy , Field , Ellis , Cotter , Thompson , Pa
malee , Bruckor , Brewer and Pcnroso.
The board of managers submitted the
report with reference to enforcing the gau
law * . In this report they stated that evci
shipper and dealer in the city bad been dul
notified that if caught handling any gameoi
of season that they would be prosecuted '
the fullest extent of the law. Also , that the
were busily engaged looking up cvldeni
against divers parties throughout the sta
for killing chickens and grouse unlawful
Report adopted.
Mr. Pcnrosc made a motion that all mei
bers of the club who failed to attend or
regular meeting out of three successive sc
sions should bo dropped from the club's re
tor. Carried.
Tbero was much other business of a ml
cellaneoui character transacted and the cli
adjourned.
CHURCHILL PARKER ,
DealerinAgricDltnrallmplenieDts.faps
. ,
Outlasts iind IUB ! | M. Jtif Ptrpet. t > elwc urtbntij !
WiL , Omttii , Metrtikt. _
LININOER & METIMLP CO. ,
AgricnltttrallDiDleinents.faEons.CaiTiages . .
i , Ktc. Wholt lf , Qm h ,
PARLIN , ORENDORP & MARTINT
Wholculo lK' ler In
Agricultural Implements , Wagons & Bn ies
_ Ml , M. OU6 nd C07 Jonct Street. Omnht. _
P. P. MAST & CO. ,
Manufacturers of Bnckeye Drills , Seeders ,
CultlTitnra. ll r lUkei. Cider Mllll unit LuMo I'ul-
Tcrlif r . Cur. Ulh na NtcliolM ftrtMi ,
WINONA IMPLEMENT CO. ,
Auricnltnral Implements , Wagons & BQ ies
Comtr lllh ind Klcholai Slrroti. _
OMAIIABHA NUIt.
J. F. SEIBERLINO * CO. ,
( Akron , Ohio , )
Hamsilng MacoineiT and Binder Twine ,
W. B. Mefcl , Al n K > ; r.
MOLINE.MI LBUR NigTsTO D D A iEi Co"
Manufacturers and Jobbers In
Wapns Buggies , Rakes , Flows Etc ,
Cor. Mh nd 1'acinc StreoU , Oiuuln. Ngb.
Artists' MatorlolT
A HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
1513 IHiuglas Street , Omaha , Nrlirnnkg.
Shoes.
. v. MORS"E & co7T
JoDDers of Boots and Slices ,
1411 Knrnim St.Omnhn , Nol > . Manufactory , hummer
Hired , o ton.
KIRKENDALL. JONES & CO. ,
( tjuccvssora to lived , Jonci A Co. )
f bolesale Manufacturers of Boots and Slioes
AncntBfur lloitun Hubber Shoo Co. 1103,1IU & 1100
llurncjr bt. , Oiunlin , Ncbrankn ,
Booksellers and Stationers.
H. M. fc 3. W. JONES ,
Buccf ser to A. T. Kenjon & Co. , W lioloralo & netnll
Booksellers and Stationers ,
Fine Wcddlmj Hlntloncry , CommerrUl Stationery.
16r.rIKiu l.u Street , Omulm. Neb.
_ Coffoe8 , Splcos , Etc-
"cLARKETcOFFEE'cd. ,
Ornubtt Coffee anil Spice Mills.
Teas. Coffees , Spices , Baking Powder.
'lavorlnB Kxtrncts , Laundry Hltie. Inks , Etc. Hit-
U10 Hartley Street , Omahu , Nebr kii.
Crockery and Olassyvnre.
Apent for the Manufncturcrs nml Importers of
Glassware Lamps Chimneys
Crockery , , , ,
Etc. Offl cc , 317 S. 13tli St. , Oiuubii , Nebrnikn.
Commlsslpnjand Storage-
D . A. HURLEY.
Commission and Jobbing ,
Duttcr. KKH and 1'roduce. Cdnrlitnniciita folicltcd.
llc ( l < iuiirter for btoneware , Ilerry lloc und
Orapc Baskets. 1411 Uoditc fct. , Omalm.
RIDDLLL & RIDDELL ,
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Specialties-Butter , Kngs , Chet-fc , Poultry , ( iame ,
Oysterf , Etc. , Ktc. 112 South 14th Strett.
WIEDEMAN & CO. ,
Proflnce Commission Merchants ,
Poultry , liutter. Game , Knills , Ktc. 220 South Ilth
St. . omuba , Nebraska.
OEO. SCHROEDER & CO. ,
( Successors to McHhano & Scliroeder. )
Produce Commission and Cold Storage ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
Coal , Coke and VJrne.
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OMAHA'COAL , C"OKE i LIME co.
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal ,
209 South 13th Street , Omaha ! Nebraska.
J. J. JOHNSON & CO. ,
Hannfactnrers of Illinois Wbite Lime ,
And shippers of Coal , Coke , Cement , Plaster , I.lme ,
Drain Tile , and Sewer Tlpe. Otnre , 1'aiton Hotel ,
farnam St. , Omaba , Neb. Telephone 811.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. ,
Shippers of Coal and Coke ,
211 South 13th St. . Omalm. Neb.
JDry floods and Not lone.
M. E SMtTH & CO. ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions ,
1KB and 1104 DotiRlas , Cor. Ilth St. , Omaha , Neb.
KILPATRtCK-KOCH DRYGOODSCc
Importers and Jobbers inDryGooflsMons ,
Gents' Furnlihlnx Hoods. Corner Ilth arid Uajnej
IMS .Omaha. Nrbratka.
Furniture.
DEWEY & STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Karnam Street. Omaha. Nebraska.
groceries.
PAXTON , GALLAGHER & CO. ,
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
70S , TOT , 709 and 7118.10th St. , Omaha , Neb.
McCORD , BRADY & CO. .
Wholesale Grocers ,
12th and Lcavenworth Btreeti , Omaha , Nebraska
D. M. STEELE ft CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
mi , 1221 and 1223 Harney Street , Omaha , Neb.
ALLEN BROS. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
1114 and 1118 Uarntj Street , Omaha , Neb.
Hardware.
LEE , FRIED & CO. ,
Jobbers of Hardware and Nails , '
Tinware , Sheet Iron. Ktc. AcenU Tor HoweBcaUl
and Miami Powder Co , Omaha , Neb.
HIMEBAUQH & TAYLOR ,
BnMetf Hardware and Scale Repair Shot
Mechanics' Tools and Buffalo Bealei. 1 < 06 Dougli
Btrett , Omaha , Nebraska.
RECTOR , WILHELMY & CO. ,
Wholesale Hardware ,
10th and Harney Sli. , Omaha , Ntb. Western Ajeni
lor Austin Powder Co. , J fftr on Htetl Nails ,
Fairbanks OUndard Bcajes.
Heavy Hardware ,
W. J. BROATCH ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Springs , Wagon Htock , Hardware , Lumber , EU3. 1 *
and ll Ilarney Street. Omaha.
JAMES A. EDNEY.
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
Wagon and Carriage Wood Stock , Heary Hardwar
Kte. 1J17 and lift LeaTnworth Bt , Omaha , Neb.
Lumber.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. ,
All Kinds of Building Material at Wnolesal
18th Street and Union Pacific Track , Omaba.
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Doors , Ktc. Yards-Corner 7th and Douglas ; Cora
9th and Uuuglas.
C. N. DEITZ ,
Dealer in All Kinds of Lumber ,
13tb and California Btreeti , Omaha. Nebraska.
FRED W. CRAY ,
LumberLime Cement Etc Etc
, , , , , , , .
Corner tth and Douglas Bts. . Omaha.
;
0 in
, Dumber. _ " "
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t.W. HARVEY LUMBER corr * * ,
To Dealers Only , I
Offlr * , t 03Farnam Street Omabt. l
J O H N"A. . W A"K E H ELD , '
Wholesale Lumber , Etc ,
Imported and American I'ortlanJ } 'emnt. mat *
. Agent for ' | > 'ikej > muranlle Cemenl and
CHA8. R. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber ,
Worn ) Carpels and Parquet flooring. Wh nod Douglaa
_ _ .
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PAXTON""VIERLINOU
f rough ! and Cast Iron Bnilding fort
Knglnet. Brass WorMleneral Koundrjr , Machine anil
lllatkimlta Work. Office and Wurki , 13. 1 > Hy.
nil ITlh Street , Oreahi.
OMAHA WIRE & IRON WORKS ,
Manufacturers of fire and Iron Railings
Desk Haiti , Window ( Jtianls. Flower RUnd , VTIr
Muni , Ktc. 1Z ) North Kth Street. Omaha.
OMAHA SAFE and IRON WORKS ,
JJan'frsofFire&BnrglarProofSafes '
Vaults , .tall Work , Iron and Wlm Fencing , Hlgns , KW ,
U. Andreen , I'rup'r Cor. lull and Jackson Ml ,
CHAMPION IRON'nnd WIRE WORKIS
Iron and fire Fences , Railings , Guards ,
nS 8t reen < , for hanks , afllees. More * , resiliences , oto.
ImprfYed Awnings , lxck > mUli Machinery and
UTackMulih Works. 4UI Koulh lllh St.
; MEAGHER & LEACH ,
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes ; Time Locks ,
( Ji'ncral Agent * for Dlebold 8af & I < ck Co. ' *
Vaults unit Jull Work , HI ) t arnaiu Sum , Omaha ,
, Cn.f9i Eto.
W . L. PARROTTE &
f bolesale Hats , Cans'and Straw Goods ,
lUff Hartley Street. Omaha. Neb.
Millinery and Notions , _ _
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i. o B E RF'E LD'ER & "co7T
Importers & Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
3H. 211) and 813 South lllh Strvct.
Notions. _
J. T. ROBTNSON NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goods
UO andttjgculh 10th St. . Omaha.
VINYARD Si 3CH NEmER
Notions and Gent's ' Fnrnisliing Goods ,
llUfi Uarney Street , Omaha.
01)8. )
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
f holsale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
Ailc Greaic. Ktc. . Omaha. A. 11. Hlshop , Manageq
Paper.
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
f holesale Paper Dealers ,
Carry a nice Hock of Printing. Wrapplnit and Writing-
Paper Hpcclal attention tttvun to car load order , , .
i' Materials.
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'WESTERN'NEWSPAPER'UNION ,
Auxiliary Publishers ,
Dealers In Tjrpe , Presses and Printers' Supplies. C01
South mil Street. Omaha.
RubberjCopds.
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O M A H A R U B B E R"C"O . ,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Rntioer Goofls
HI Clothing and Leather Bcltlnu. HXH Karnam Btr H
, Eto.
A. L. STRANG CO. ,
Pumps , Pipes and Engines ,
CHUHCHILL PUMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pomps , Pipe , RiUngs ,
U. S. WIND ENGINE & PUMP CO. .
Steam and Water Snpplies ,
Uallldar Wind Mills. fllS and 9M Farnam St.Omab * .
0.1) . KOBB , Acting Manager.
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BROWNELL St CO. .
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery.
Sheet iron Wort Steam .g. . gaw M.IC.V . | fl nil
Seeds.
PHIL. STIMMEL ic CO. ,
Wholesale Farm , Field and Garden Seeds
BU and 8U Jones Htrntt Omaha. .
Storage , Forwarding A Commlaelon
ARMSTRONG. PETTIS & CO. ,
Storage , Forwarding and Commission ,
Branch bouse of the llenner lIuRgjr Co. Buggies a |
. - l5l3IiardBlreet ,
wbulesaleandretall.l-U IJlOand
Omaba. Telephone No. 750. .
Ou AH A II nnnu PTMJBQ
MM MAJKUrAulumiliu ,
Cornice.
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
Manufacture GalyanM Iron and Cornice.
John Epeneter , Proprietor. ICO Dodio and 103 end IPj
North lOtii Street. Omnna. .
Brewers.
8TORZ tt ILER ,
Lager Beer Brewers.
1571 North KlgthttentU Street , Omaha. Nab.
Overalls
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers of Overalls , :
Jeuii PkoU , BblrU , Ktc. 1103 nd 11M Oouflai Strett ,
Umaba , Met.
aah , Doora , Kto.
M. A. DISBROW { , CO. . , i
Wholesale Mannr oturers of fu
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Monldiius ,
Branch Offlc , 1Mb ajd Itard Streets , Omaha. MO. I
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturers of Sash , Doors , Blinta.
Mouldings , stair Work and Interior Hart Wood Ft *
lib. n. B. Corntr Mb and J aTeuworlh BtreU.
n.h. Neb. '
OMAHA PLANING MILL CO , ,
Manafacturers of MouliiDE , Sasb , Door ? ,
Acd Blind * . Tarnln , flUlr-work. Bank and Ofllce nt
Uo i. atfa and PoppUion ATemio.
Itapka , ollera.to.
Mannfactarini Dealer In Smote. Starts ,
Brttchln * > , Taaka and Ovniral Boiler lUpalrtoc. 13U
Dodie Btroel. Omaha , Neb.
IDTHIMMT
r. It. PALMER. K. P. RinlMAX , J. B.ni.AXCBARD.
PALMER , RICHMAN & CO. , .
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
Otnce-HooraU.OppAilte Eiclianga llulltllnf , Union
Htock Yardi , BoutU Uiualia , Neb.
MoCOY BROS. ,
Liye Stock Commission Merchants ,
Market furnltbed free on application. Htockera and
feedere fumUheU on coed termi. Heferrncei ; Oua *
b * National ll nk ana Houlu Oinab * Nallunai , Ucloa
Block V..M1 , Buutli Umnha.
LORIMERWESTERFIELD& MALEV
Liye Stock Commission ,
Boom 15 , Ezcbanee nulldlnir , Union Htock Tardf ,
Buutli Umaba , Nub.
ALEXANDER 4 FITCH ,
Commision Dealers in Lire Sock ,
Room 'ft , Oppoilte Kichanue Dulldlnit , Unloa Stock
. Yardi , Buuth Omaba , Neb.
UNION STOCK YARDS CO , . ?
OfpmabapLimitel"
Job * ( ' . ] | 7 < lbui rlaUndeBi.
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