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    IDE SPECULATIVE MARKETS
A Mania for Soiling Seizes the
Wheat Pit.
i
CLOSING AT A SHARP DECLINE.
Goo l Crop Prospects Make the Corn
Wcnk-Knceil Oats Pnir
1'rovlslons UiiMrttlciI Cattle
and Hojfs Dull.
CHICAGO PIIOIUJCIJ MAH1CKT.
Ctiictoo , Juno 21 ( SpeMal Telegram to
Tin : Hi.K.1 WIIIUT July wheat broke al
most n cent durlii'r vostcrdny's short session ,
from S'J c to Sl'jf' D c. It opened this
morning at 80J < c , a still further decline of
J4d\c , and In Justflvo minutes sold down to
TO CI making a decline of U o from the close
of the long session jcstcrday and n break of
12c since the middle of last month. Thcro
was a quick recovery of about Jfc from the
lowest point reached , then another decline of
J-iu to ? yj < cnnd on the next upward wav o Mc )
was reached. Then the pnco fell to M ) ' c
nnd stood at SO' ' o at the close of the morn
ing session. After the flrst selling furor was
over it was evident that more .luly wheat was
wanted about 80c than there was for sale and
whenever it was sold down to that neighbor
hood there was a quids but slight advance.
The law of supply and demand seemed to
indlcato a price somewhere between SDo and
EOj o when the market had once calmed
clown. The llrst cause of the break was un
doubtedly the prevalent belief that , Lintt ,
ono of the bull leaders , had sold out all of
his holdings yesterday aftcinoon. This
trader had n very largo following who had
relied upon his Judgment , and ictnined their
faith through adveiso circumstances so long
as they knew that ho was confident of higher
prices. A report that ho had unloaded de
stroyed their courage , and whether the ic-
port was tiuo or not it was believed , and
that served the snmo purpose. It brought
an avalanche of long wheat on the mai ket ,
nnd Hutchlnson & Kent gave an impetus to
the downward movement by some short sell
ing. 'J ho decline , as will bo seen by thu
brief time in which it was accomplished , was
swift and constant. From SOX" for July to
71lXctheio was not oven a reaction of 1-lOc ,
am ! there was no stopping for eighths. When
a man offered wheat for sale at the last price
named nnd did not immediately sell it , he did
not delay , but offered it a point lower until
It was sold. Much wheat came out on stop
loss orders to commission men. The bieak
was only stopped when purchasers of shorts
who were willing to take their profits ex
ceeded the offerings of the IOIIKS. All the
time Jones , Kennett & Hopkins were free
buyers of American wheat , and the advance
which followed was almost as swift as the
decline had been. Bullish influences
arc not talked of to dav In view
of the overwhelming pressure of local cir
cumstances on the other side. Yet there
wcro some bullish influences There vveio
reports of a rush from the harvest fields in
Kentucky , some little talk of bugs in the
northwest and some cables said that com
plaints wcie numerous In Pianco and there
was rough weather in England , but these ex
plained the apathy of foieipn bujers by the
statement that those markets were burdened
by enormous an ivals of gram. It was re
ported that tvv cut ) -tin co boat loads were
taken In Now York today foi e\poit and
this news scorned to have some little strength
ening effect. December wheat opened at
8.c , sold at M c-down to bJic ! ami closed
atb.i6 < o September wheat changed in its
rolatlv o position to other months Pi equently
the lange lor that delivery was SOJftViblftfc.
The llrst sale olllcially given was at bOVe ,
but theio wore earlier salts at blc. The
close was at bl ' e asked.
The soiling mania extended over into tlio
corn pit and bioko prices thciu , but the decline -
cline was not so sw'ift nor RO great as in
wheat. Neither was thoio so much recov
ery , closing pi ices being veiy near the bet
tom. The weather is dead against the corn
bulls. It is the most favorable possible
for a growing crop nnd the influence
II of it to dav moie than counteracted the effect
of the decline of thirty-nine carsascompaied
with jesterday's estimates and still smaller
estimates for to-moriow , althougn the latter ,
when they were tlist nmdo known gave some
temporary strength to the market. The
Blimp dec-lino in wheat was , of course , a
weakening factor In the corn mai ket , as the
corn bulls had alicady been suffering fiom a
considerable dcelino and therofoio were in n
position to bo easily affected by the panicky
feeling in the other markets. July coin
onencd at 40J c and immediately sold down
to4b ( rtlfc > JBc , rieoveied to 4 ! > e , fell to 4bjfc ,
advanced to 4'1' e1 , declined to and closed at
48c. September corn opened at tiOJ c , sold
down to 4'J.JfcC and closed at 1 o'clock at GOc
asked.
The speculative oats market broke with
others at the stint and was lather weak all
day , but there was a fair iceoveiy fiom the
caily extreme depression caused chiolly by
the li co pui chase of August , oats by Hutch-
Jnson July oats openi'd and closed at Hie ,
ranging fiom aiSe to 'Mf&m e. August
oats opened at 'JO 'bi\ ' sold down to 25j c and
closed at 'JiiVi ( ) . ' ( I'j ' , e September oats opened
at Jj e and sold at 2 , > Jse down to and clos
ing at ! ! , "itfe
J'ho piovision trade was somewhat unset
tled. Yesterday's break in juices lather in-
ci eased the general interest , and during the
li.orning the cntiru market was Unmoved
considerably under shoit btiving. It pork
prices weio advanced lOialJ'ijC ' fiom the in
side figures , laid T'jCjdlc nnd shoit ribs
7jC As tlio day piogie'ssed , however , the
giouml gained was lost in shoil libs and laid
vvhilo in poik prices dropped below thomoin-
ing's lowest quotations fully lle ( At 1
o'clock lard closed at last night's final
prices , shoit libs the same to 'J1.1 lower nnd
pork l'JJ5iil.rio ( lower. The late dullness was
continued for , lul.tlelivu.v . Poiksoldat
fia 10 ( M fi-2" " , , , laid at ? * 10 ( s , 'JO and shoit
ribs at J7 ilT'fjC"1" ' ! " ' Putuio pioduets closed
at flit ! )7lj ) ! for Juno poik , * h Ofi for Juno lard ,
$7 II7JS for June MIOI t libs , tl ! ) 4i' ' . lor July
poik , frl'Ji ) for July laid , * 7.7J ! * for July
September
ribs.
ribs.AFTHUNOON
AFTHUNOON SI--.SION Wheat firmer ; July
sold at Kl febOtie , then up to M > i ( if&ls ) e ,
* | ) lit , fell to I01 f , closing at 80J o , August
closing at Sli' ; Septembei clobing v\ith sellers
t bl' c ; lo ) embei closing atb3Ve Coin
Opened attS - o ; July sold at lOo and ono sale
at 4i ( < i/'l.l'.c ' ( > , snlit , closing ut4Uo ; August
closing atlU u bid ; September elnsiu at 500
bid , Juno clohrd ut < ! > lC' < 4'\G ' Oats easier ;
Juno about an4o ; Jul.v bold at S 'JfOWOJiJe. '
nnd closed nttMIJfo ; August closed at litiOS
" ( I'jo , Septennber closed at i'i54e' . 1'oik was
ii'sC'- ' ' " bighcr , with modeiato trading , and
closed at $ ll ! 10 for Juno ; $1.1 45 for July ;
{ 13.GA for August nnd $ l ti'Jij for September.
Laid was stronger ; Juno closed nominally at
and Hcptcmbur Htbli'j ! ; ) car closing at
f7.I57K Bboi t ribs advanced Co and closed
at $7.4J' ' < 1 for Juno and Jul ) , $7 50 for August
nml | 7.tO for .Svptcmbci ; modeiato sales ,
CHICAGO iavn srocu.
CniCAflO , Juno 21 ( Special Telegram to
TJIIJ HEU I UATTLI : Trade was slow and
uninteresting fiom the opening to the close ,
A few lots of dry fed steers bold at $5 Su@
0.00 , or bay tOii oc lower than a week ago ,
but pcihaps no lower than for the past three
or four dnjs. Then thoio were a fo\v lots of
nice Juindy steers Unit told up to the past
day or two , but this cUss it , scarce and will
sell well in any condition of the market. Hut
after thct > o two classes , that is nice light and
handy stceis and bit" , fat steers , nil else in
tha native line ruled dull and if anything
lower. Huj crs looked suspicious on every-
thins ; that had the faintest icsemblanco to
ciassy utock , ami unmistakable giecu stock
they would not look nt or raako nn offer so
-Ions ns there was anything else In sight ,
kcnco all giocn stork had to sell right down
alongside of t'ood Texans of which there a
was pk'utiful supply , ami butchers preferred
peed Tc ans at the price as agalust gicea
ind grassy natives. Common Texana.
Including cows and light can
ning stock , sold lower ; Tcxnns ,
ns the refrigerator trade could use ,
ruled steady. Katlvc butchers' stock was
neglected. Huycrs preferred light Texas
cows at t-2.2.'i ( J.50 to natives at even same
money. The market continues glutted with
vcnl calves , nnd prices arc unusually low
Stockcrs and feeders quiet nnd steady. Na
tivcs , 13 ' ( "XCBO 00 ; rows and mixed , ft 7f. @
4 00 ; stockcrs. Ji .V.g.V.W . ; Tcxans , 2 10rt3 ( 76
ilocis Trade opened slow , nml prices
finally settled down to a decline of n strong
5c , especially on best heavy , prime packing
and mixed. Hest heavy sold at ? 5 ( ViMf ! 75 ,
largely at 15 70 ; parking and mixed at $5 55 ®
5 ( M , largely at fitt ) ; light assorted , ? 5 50 ©
5 CO. There was little or no demand for
light-light , such going with the culinary run
of mixed.
_ _ _ _ _
riNANGIAIj.
New YottK , Juno Ul [ Special Telegram to
Tnn Hr.n 1 STOCKS The sentiment among
stock speculators was more bullish. Prices
have declined to n point where there Is little
to bn made by selling nnd the bcst'clnss ot
speculators arc afraid to short the market
and stand on their trades. The bears are also
uneasy and are beginning to cover nnd secure
their profits before they get away. The bear
operators ngiee that the day for 7 nnd 8 per
cent dividends has passed and the rule hence
forth will boI to 5 per cent. They also
recognize the fact that St. Paul has declined
to about the same figures as many that payne
no dividends and are cautious about follow
ing It down further. London set the p.ico by
coming in stronger with a fair degree of
activity and advances of ' < @K wcro recorded.
Towaid noon dullness settled down over the
market , trading being confined to half n
doen stocks. The Lake Shore developed
SMI prising strength Cammackvvas rcpoited
to be covering St. Paul and Lake Shore. The
former advanced ? 4 , the latter took the lead
and advanced I,1 * , ' on the declaration of 'i per
cent dividend and the rcpoi t that It had
caincd3 } for the past six months. Cotton
Oils were errat.c , declining,1 on a renewal
of the icpoit about unfavorable action being
taken against the company in Louisiana.
Later it advanced 1 point and receded % .
Although the market was dull duiing the
closing hours , n strong undertone was ap
parent nnd last sales on a. majority of nctivo
stock were at almost the outside figures of
the day nnd recorded advances extending to
l1 points. Lake Shore led , Louisville and
Nashville 1 , St. Paul -if , Northwestern % ,
Union Pacific % , Reading % , Uurlington ,
Cotton OH K. The total sales were V < aU2
shares , including 31,40J St. Paul , U'J.COO
Heading , 14 , " 00 Lake Shore , 11.20J Union
Pacific. Money 1 to 1J , bar silver 'J2.
MAUKCTS.
. Juno 21. Following nro the
2M : ! ) closing prices :
Flour Nominally unchanged : winter
wheat , in sacks , $275it)3b5 ) ; in bar
rels. if300@4.75 ; spring wheat , in sacks ,
$1.7i@450 ; in barrels. $3GO@4.)0 ! ) : rye , in
sacks , * 2.'JO ( < iJ 10. in barrels , 3 lOftfS UQ.
Wheat Unsettled and lower at opening of
session ; feeling bordered on panic ; opening
prices were about % @ % c lower and closing
% c lower than ycsteulay : cash , 80c ; July ,
fcOe , ; August , Sic.
Corn Opened excited nnd unsettled , rang
ing } 4i ( > ' < iO below close of ) esterday nnd
closed iWfa under icsterday ; cash , 4SKc ;
July , 40o ; August , 40 ll-10c.
Oats Tame and slightly lower ; cash ,
31' c ; July , 30J < c ; Aug-ust , 20 1-lCc.
Hye Dull at .Vic.
Barley tc.
Pi imo Timothy J2 15@220.
Flax Seed $130.
Whisky S1.20.
Pork Fairly active and quiet ; cash and
July. $1 1 4V August , $13 55.
Lud Weak and unsettled , averaging
lower ; cash , $307 ; July $8.13 ; August ,
*
Dry Salted Meats Shoulders. ? o 00ffif ( > 25 ;
short clear , f7)3 ! ) ( < ( ' ! 00 ; short ribs , $74JJ < J.
IJuttor Unchanged ; cieamery , 13 ( H9cj
dairy , 15 > 17c.
Cheese Unchanged : full cream Cheddars ,
c ; flats , 7 > ja7 ( c ; young Aineiicas ,
Eggs Unchanged at
Hides Easy ; green salted calf , IK@3c ;
heavy green salted , S tjio c ; light greeu
dltud , 5df > Gc ; salted bull , .JJ/e ; diy flint ,
? c , dry calf , Sc ; deacons , 20@i3c each ; dry
salted , ( i@7c.
Tallow " \Veakcr : No. 1 , countiy , 4c ; No.
" > * % ci cake , 4c per lu.
Receipts Shipments.
Flour , bbls . 12,000 18,000
Wheat bu . 17,000 10,000
Coin , bu . l'J.1,000 bO.OOO
Oats , bu . 117,000 155,000
Hyebu . 1,000 4.000
Hailey , bbls . 2UOO 1,000
New Vork , June 21. Wheat ncccmts ,
88,000 ; exports , 170.000 : spot closed weak ,
options active , but decidedly lovvui , closing
heavy at the lowest limits ; ungraded red , 1U
@ 2'fc ' , No. 2 red , SS'4Cft'5 ! > c in stoic and
elevator ' ' afloat fc'Ji'JOe ' f. . b
, b'JX1' , ( ( o. ; July
closing at b7Hc.
Corn Receipts , 30,000 ; exports , 9,100 ;
spot lower , options opened Ji' ( tl:4c lower ,
further declined 'n@le ' , closing at the lowest
limits ; ungraded , mixed , 51 > ( r > 5 > fc ; No. 2 ,
50' < ' ( ! < -50c delivered ; July closing tit 55' ' cOats
Oats- Receipts , 27,000 ; uxpoits , 100 ;
ni.uket weak ; mi\cd western , UJc/.J7c ( ; white
westcin , 40ii4.'c ,
Coffee Spot , fair Rio , nominal at S15 00 ;
options iKKii to points lower , closing steady ;
June , $11 ' .HWl'JiB ; July , $10.006010.75 ;
August. ? 'i b.lMlO 01.
Petroleum United closed weak at73 c.
Kirgs Uull nnd weak ; western , 15 > jglCc.
Poik Dull and weak ; mess quoted at
$15.5i 15 W ) foi now ; * 1 1 00@14.W ) for old
Laid Lowei ; westcin steam s > pot , 53.7JX.
Hutler Kasv ; wcstein , 13@l'j c.
Cheese Dull.
St. lioiiiH , June 21. Wheat Lower ; cash ,
84S34'4c ( ; July , b.l'4'c.
Coin Lower ; cash , 15e ; July , MJ.j'c.
Oats Lower ; cash , 3J c ; July , 2bKc.
Pork $14.10.
Lai d S7.b7 .
Whisky $1.14.
Hutter Steady ; creamery 14i17c ( ; dairy ,
12 ( 'li.c. '
Afternoon Hoard Wheat Firmer ; June ,
S3Lc Coin Higher ; June , 44 e. Oats
Quiet ; June , 3'c.
KuiihUH City , June 21. Wheat Lower
No. 2 soft , July , 7l e bid , 73u asked.
Coin Lower ; No. 2 cash , 4'O.c bid ,
asked ,
Oats July 21c bid.
Chicago , Juno 21. The Drovers' Journal
repoits us follows :
Cattle Receipts , Jl.OOO ; market slow but
steady ; natives , f3 J7) ) > jHi3 GO ; i-ows ami
mixed , $1 7f @l 'JO ; stockeis , M WJ&AM ; Tex-
nns , $ J 20M-1 75
Hogs Receipts , 1(1,000 ( ; minketc..sy ; heavy ,
fi ( i5ta5 70 ; iiai'king and mixed , $5 5o505 ;
light , f5.40a5.W ( ) .
Sheep Receipts , 7,000 ; market steady ;
natives , ? J 75 ® > .0 ( ) , Texas , fj,0j ( t3 SO ; feeu-
crs , M 15 ; lambs , $ -.UyiG.OO ! ,
National Stock YarilH , Kast St.
I oulH , Juno 21 Cattio Receipts , 1,300 ;
shipments , ' . ' ,1000 ; market stead ) ; choice
heavy nutivo hteers , S5 40jli ) 00 ; luir to good
native bteois , fl i oyS 'JO.'butcheis' stecis ,
fl.tOti5lO ( , stockeis and feedert. , , $ . ' , BOf3,70 ( ; ,
ningeih , j.'JA d S3.
Hogs Receipts , ' . ' ,400 ; shipments , 2,200 ;
market stead ) , ehoico heavy nnd butch
ers' selections , f5.5" > ( a5)5 ( ) , packing , medium
to pnwc , ? o,8H i3 , " ) o , light glades , 2 ' 51 . | \v ,
K.uisa * City , Juno 21 , Cattfo-n"ceipts ,
1,400 ; shipments none , common to choice
coin-fed , flWiW5.50 , glass ruutro steers ,
e , ' 00(11.1.50 ( ; stpi'Kew unU feedei.s , „ > tH ) 3.GO ;
cows , * JlX ) ( < j.H > ti.
Hogs Receipts , 4.0U3 ; ihipmcuts , 000 ;
mniket lowe'i ; lommon to ehuleo , fj 10M
5.s5 ; bkips and
OMAHA lilVR STOCIU
Cattio ,
Thursday , June 2.1 , 1S > 3.
The reeipta of rattle to day consisted of
forty eight fiesh loads. Theio wcro some
vuy fair cattle hero , but thotowxio quite a
good man ) ( ommon and grass cattle among
the offcrlugs. The market was fully 100
lower on good cattle , vvhilo common cattle
arc very blow sale and it is hard to say how
much lower. Tnin finss cattle are almost
utibalabls. Common butchers' stock is also
very dull and low ,
logu. |
Tiie receipts ot hogs were 103 loads , as
Boilington ButlltlH
Bami.
The Burlington takes the lead.
It was in advance of all lines in developing Nebraska.
It was in advance of all lines in establishing dining-car
service between Missouri river points and Chicago.
It was in advance of all lines in giving the people of
Omaha and the West a fast mail service.
It was in advance of all lines in running its trains from
the East into Omaha proper.
It was in advance of all lines in reducing the time of
passenger trains between Omaha and Chicago.
It was in advance , and is the only line by which you can
feave Omaha in the morning and arrive in Denver the
evening of the same day.
It has been progressive in the past.
It will lead in the future.
Travel and ship via the Burlington.
Ticket Office , 1223 Farnam Street. Telephone 250.
Depot on Tenth Street.
against 133 on yesterday. In addition to the
fresh receipts there weio about twenty stale
loads in tlio hands of scalpers. The general
markets was 5c lower than yesterday's mar
ket. The hogs weio all sold bcfoictho
close.
Sheep.
There were no sheep on the market to day ,
and only ono load was icepived , which was
shipped direct to Swift & Co.
Receipts.
Cattle 1,000
Hogs 7,200
Sheep 273
PrcvnilmiT Prlcui.
Thofollou'lng is a tiblo of prices paid in
thismirKOt for the grades of stoclc men
tioned.
Pnmestcers. 1300 to 1500 Ibs.$1.15 fflfl fiO
Pi line steer , 1UK ) to 1 iK ( ) Ibs. 4 50 fffil 50
Patlittlc steers. 900 to 1050 Ibs. 4 00 3W.75
Common to good cows 1.73 ( ? W 50
Choice to fancy cows 3 50 ( ii4 00
Common to choice bulls 2.21 ( 3.10
Fair to choice light hogs 5.21 ( $530
Fair to choice heavy hogs 5.35 < < tr 15
Fairtochoico mixed hess 530 ( j 33
Itcprchcntntivo Sale * .
CATTLE.
No. Av. Pr.
1 cow 5)20 ) $1 75
4 steers , grassers 1173 3.15
14 cous lOiJ 2.11
1 heifer 700 215
istag 1250 215
1 cow 1050 2.00
21 feedeis 10M 2.75
7 cows lObl 200
1 cow 640 300
ficows O.'O 300
1 cow " 00 3.(0 (
19co\vs 101 ! 300
4bfecders bOt .500
1 heifer 70i ) 3.2ri
1 cow 1CJD 3'--
8co\vs 1115 350
'Jheifeis ( j'M ) .150
S2westein , Imj led 1167 3 Ii5
bl vvc'itcin. haj fed llbt ) 30"i
1' ' . ) mixed 'Hi 3C,5 ,
.Ihoifeis HO 3.75
3i.westeni , luy fed 1310 4.00
cisteeis 181'J 4.10
3 veal calves 1WI 450
2bstcets ll.7 ! 4 (50 (
ficalves Ib4 450
30 steers ' .Ms 4 CO
W steels 13.0 531
SOstccis : 1270 5 il
15 stceis 13sJ 5 31
nous.
lilvu Stock Sold ,
Shovvins the number of c Utle , hogs and
sheep sold to the leading buyers on to day's
inurUet ,
CVTTLC.
SwiftiICo SOI
O. H Hammond & Co 218
J. Kith , 8
Mo.loJd ! 20 i
AunourOP CO , , 21 1
Chut eh , . . . , , . . . . , . 8
I'all&Co , , 20
J U Hill , (54 (
iioas.
Armour-Cudahy PaeUingCo. , 2,517
.Swift.Sc Co 8i4
J. P. SqUire vt Co . . . , , 1,049
Cleveland P & P Co 809
C. H. rfortu &Co , 802
A Spring. , . , . , IPS
nevUbtem&Co 257
Glbbs & Wliite. , 181)
G. Y. BaitleU & Co , 2Ji
Hnlstcad & Co 023
E. L. Lambert 245
J. Doud 301
Tharp 010
Itinlnnid Bros , 135
K Cole 31
Dehr 05
Highest nnil Ijovvost ,
The following aic the lilghest and lowest
unccs paid for mixed and heavy loads of hogs
on this inaikct during the past few dnvs and
for the coi responding period in Ib37 and 1660 :
_ J JtmoJSSS. | .lime lW. ! | Juno \ M. _
o 'JO © n f > 7'5 4 fw © 4 80 Sunday
5 M GO 5 5-1 4 41 © 4 75 n r.7',5 * y ti
o ai ( ij n ro 1 4D © 1 75 3 70 ( S 3 71
5 2i 0 > f > 5U * ' " 8 WJM ! i 77'5
Sunil.iy 4 fiO'Cft 4" 7714 .i ffl tt : i 70
fi 2U QJ il 50 4 GO © 4 WO 4 41 4 (
5 20 W .1 5.1 Suniluy 3 70 do 3 75
n fi 2O n 40 4 nn 55 4 TO
11 fi 21 < tf > 5 4Ii 4 tei'M 4 ! M ftft , } 70
r , is r > o ) 4 M < fo 4 Itt > 4 3 ( ! 7' 8 n 70
s i dn r > 45 4 45 5J 4 75 a no < a : i 71
Sunilny 4 M ( TJ | 4 ti n ci a : i 75
n : w fft r. no 4 50 1 81 B 70 C8 ' 1 N )
: w fA n 6-i SniuUvy. ! l 70 © .1 75
r , : w & 50 4 40 © 4 S7 > 5 Sunday
hive Stock Notes.
Hogs 5e lower.
Common cattle slow.
Mr. Butler , Cicsccnt , In , was hero with
hogs
Chris Koch , Milliard , was heic with n load
of cattle.
John S. Woods , Dawson , Mo , was in on
his llrst ti ip with a car of cattle.
Simuel McClaiugnn , Valley , was in with
seven lo ids of cattle of his own feeding.
.Too Miller , Valley , cnmo in with three
loads of western cittlo of his own feeding.
Hake Hi os sold IdO head of distillery cat
tle , which weio fed b.y them at Nebraska
Cit v.
II H. Miller , Winside , was in and mar
keted tinoe loads of 1,189-lb stceis , of his
own feeding , at $4 CO.
H L Harna , Wisnor , came in with two
loails anil a load of cattle. One load of hogs
sold at SI 45 , the top puce.
H L Hitisli , of the Hiush Like Cattle
coinpanv , was tit the yaids with four loads of
cattle shipped fiom Denver
C II North & Co , the Hoston packers ,
bought hogs An this unit ket to day Their
piesence heio will be n help to the hog mar-
uet.
uet.A.
A. W Heahin , Coitland ; C C Smith , Milford -
ford , Fred Dior , Hrownlk-ld , Goo \Vilghts-
inan , Ainsvvoitli ; Mr D ivvson , Hiomlield ;
Mr Hailies , Columbus , Mr Halnes , Giesh-
am , v\eio among the number who came in
With llOtJi ) .
OMAHA WHOIjHSAI.n MARKKT.
Produce , Kruiti. , N'uta , ntc.
Thursday , Juno 21.
nt'TTPii Fancy cieamor.v loll butter. 20(7 ( ? )
21c ; with solid p-uked at Hi/lle ( ) ! : ehoius
country butter , 13 ( illo ; coiiunon grades , ! ! ( >
12c.
12c.Ean
Ean Strictly fresh , 15@lCc.
Cm nuiES 1'ercaso of 10 Ibs , SI.,1@2 00.
Southern cherries $ J 7.1 per 24 iU.ut | case.
STiiAWiiKituirs f , ' 50C * , ' 7.1 per 10 ijt case.
Gun si : rull cream , Uiil4e. (
HI.I TS'iOc per do/ .
POTATOES Choice homo grown , 75(38,1c ( ;
Utah and Colorado stock , 00i 05c ; low
grades , .W OSe' .
1'otiTUi No dressed fowl in the innrkot ;
llvo chiekens , SJ 2.1 perdue ; spnng chickens ,
S2 'Ocg.l.e.'i
ItAiiibiti's 10@llc per doz.
STHISO Hiuvs Jl .10ier bu.
GUI-UN I'KAS $1 50@2 00 per bu.
TOMATOES j2.r > 0 per ci ate or $1 75(32.00 ( per
bu.
bu.PINK
PINK Ai'Pi.rs- 2.1CS2 50.
DANAN Common medium , $2.50g3 ( 00 per
buncn ; choice , M 00i ( < 350 ; low gi adi-s , JJ 00.
TutMi's Califoinm , 2U&3o perlb.
DATI s Persian , 0 } ( i 7i ) per Ib.
CHICK Choice Michigan cider , f 1.50(30 ( 50
pcrbbl of 82 gal.
SPINACH $1 50 per bbl.
KiiuiiAiui 2a2' ( < o per Ib
ON-IONS Native stock , ? 1 35(3 ( 1 50 ; Spanish ,
per box of 5 Ibs , 51 75 2.00 ; California on
ions , 3 > . ' , ( u4o per Ib.
LUMO'NS- 50v > 7.00 per box ; fancy , JT.OO ©
8(0
8(0On
On KNOBS California Uiversiilc , } 75@4 00 ;
medium sweet Hivei sides , f I 50 per box ;
Messina , 5.1 .10@7 00 ; Los Angeles , Jl 005 *
4 60 ; Los AngelCb NuvaU , ? 4 00 ; Hivcrsido
Nnvuis , | t ) 00.
CAisaviiLs 3a3l ( o perlb. for California
CAILUIOWEU UooJ stock , f l.OOQjl. 15 per
AbPAiunfB C0@70 per ilozcn bunches. '
CuctMiiufj 50c per doz for choice.
CfcLi Hi California stock , $1 50 per doA
PorcoiiN Choice rice corn is quoted at 35J
4cicrib. ) ; other kinds2 > @ 3c perlb
CutuoTS Now stoc-k , 40W41c per doz.
lUANs-Good stock , CO@J 7.1 ; California
beans , i , ' 258 40
Pias In lajors , inWl5c ( , cake , lOo per Ib.
NUTS Peanuts , raw , 0 > iv.7o ; Hr.uil nuts ,
13c ; almonds , Tarragonu , 2Je : English wal
nuts , 15jf ( ISc , niberts , Ibo , Italian chestuuts ,
15c ; pecans. 15c.
HO.NEV lC@81c for 1 Ib frames ; canned
honey , 10@12o per Ib.
Ptiic MM'I.U SVIIUP ? 1 85 per gal.
SALbii'i 23o per bunch ,
Orocer'a Ijlst.
REFINED Lvitu Tierce , 1Kc40 \ Ib square
cans , 7 0 , 50 Ib round , 8c ; 20 lu round , S./o ! ;
10-lb paila , 8 'o ; 5 Ib pails , 6) 0 : 8 Ib pails ,
bjtc ,
Biiivi'S Now Orleans molasses , porbbl. ,
3trfiOc ( per gal ; torn sjrup , 84oialf bbls. .
80e ; 4 gal kegs , $1.05@1.05. Boighum , 3Sc.
bacon , 10KS10Xc ( ; bacon sides , O O' c : dry
salt , SX@S > 4c ; shoulders , 7@7 e ; dried beef ,
10@llc.
CANVBD Goons Oysters , standard , per
case , $3 20@3 3.1 : strawberries , 2-lb , per case ,
$2 G0@2 70 ; raspberries , 2-lb , i > er case , * 2 ) Q
2.70 ; California pears , per case , $4.70@4 80 ;
apricots , per case , S42.1Qt431 ; peaches , per
case , S,1OiTiS ( 7.1' white cherries , per case ,
? 5 Wt ) ( ( ; 00 ; Calilornia plums , per case , 1.50
@ 4 00 ; bluobprrics , per case , $ -J 00ftr2.ll ) ; egg
plums , 2-lb , pur case , ? J 50 ; pineapples , 2-lb ,
] ) er case , S..20rf.1 ) 75 ; 1-lb salmon , per doyen ,
$1 8i ( ) l.b5 ; 2-lb gooseberries , per case , $3.80
t < 200 ; 2-lb stung beans , per case. ? 1.75 ( ( §
ISO ; 2-lb Lima beans , per case , iff ( > 0 ( 1 ol ;
2 Ib marrowfat peas , fj.50 2 00 : 2-lb early
Juno peas , per case , J2.b.1 ; Il-lb tomatoes ,
fJ30 240 ; 2-lb coin , ? , ' .20C i2 30 ; sardines.
nnioi teil " 4 , 12ful1c ( per box ; domestic Jf , 0) )
( aO' ' e ; mustaui ,
Du. K. C. WEST'S NEUVE twn nnAiN TKBAT-
HENT , a guaranteed speclflc for Hveterla , Dizzi
ness , Convulsions , 1 Its , Nervous Neuralgia ,
Headache , Nervous t'lostratlon caused by the
lite of alcohol or tobacco. Wakofulness. McnUl
lepies lon , Softening of the Ilrnln , reiultlnK In
Insanity , anil leading to mlxeiv , decay unit
doiitli , Premature Old Age , nnrrenne i , Ioss of
1'ower In cither sex. Involuntary Losses nnd
Rlicrmatorlia'n caiiBod liv ovor-etertlon of tlio
brain , self abuse or over-Indulgence. Each box
contains one month's treatment tl 00 a liox , or
blx boxes for $ . " > 00 , sent by mall prepaid on re
ceipt of price.
WE GUARANTEE BIX BOXRB
To cure any case. With each ordrr received by
us fet tlx boxes , accompanied with $500 , wo
\\lllsenilthopurchaser our written gmiranti.'o
to refund the money If the treatment does not
enoctactiro ( iuarantees issued only b'C. I\
( JOfDMAN. ) DnidBlst , Solo Agent , 1110 Taruam
Omaha. Neb
"Tho Overland ICoiifc. "
Has so arranged it& ruinily
Cur feervico , tliat berths can now bo ic-
served UJJOH application by any ticket
atfcntto M. J. ( .iicovyPn < < seiijor Agent ,
Council Blullb , IDU.I. Tlio leoorvatioiiH
when mailo aio tuined over to tlio train
conductoin talcing out such cws. , bo that
pabtcngcrs e.in novy secure bortlis or-
uoicd , the Miino as a Pullmiin berth is
icscrvcd and seoured.
J. S. TKIIItlSTM , 1 . Ii. KO.MAV.
Gcn.1' . i-T. AKimt. AHs'tG 1' . A. T , A
OMAHA , Nii { .
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JinCIOUS ! AHD PtllSISTEHr
Aihuillslnjj hiis ahriijs i > i-ovci )
siiccesstul. Ucforo pluclni ; 11117
Newspaper Auvcrtlslnfr consuH.
LORO ( U THOMAS ,
AIIVKKTISIVU ILLVTS ,
411 lt > UanJololi Si , t. CHICAGO.
NOWS THE TIME
To have > our friends rome to
KANSAS A\I > MJCEASK/V ;
As I'nstern lines v\lll sull tickets and run
SEMI-MONTHLY LAND EXCURSIONS
OV I II Till !
Union Pacific
"The Overland Koiitc. "
Until July 1 , Ihti.ttiUots told for ( huso oxrur-
rlons ulll Lu goDil thirty ilajs for the round
trip anil can bu used ten duj H ( 'oliih. hc-n liar-
chaucis me it-ally tn icluin , thrs'3 tickets u III bo
( , oed llvo dujs foi that purposo. If pmchasers
v > lbh to btoji slurlof ( Ustlnutlun on our 11ms ,
iifiinth111'stamp tickets good to return fiom
Midi point
.1.8 'JlUlllRTS. Uen I & .T. Agent.
K L.1.UVUX .Vs
OMAHA. N151I
II 1'AIMEH V I' IIICIIllAN J U 1J. A.SCUAIU ) .
P , RIQHMAfS & CO. .
\ > m Stock Commission Mentals ,
Office Uoom24 OpMnlto nirlifiiizu Jlulldlni ; , uuloa
McCOY BKOS7
Live Slock CoDimissioii Mcrcliauls ,
Uarkvt furnii-liiiil free on appllcatlun Stockcm anil
fccilBf furnUlii'd on itooil tcnu llu'erc'iink ( Hun.
hit I.ailnuftl linut Hii.l boutli OmuJia .Nalluuui , tuluo
block V , rils , huulU Uiuuha
NORIMERWESTERF'IELp& " MATucy
Live Stock Commission ,
Uoora IS , KxcbunKO Uuildini , ' , Tniuu block Vurdi ,
buutU UiuaLtt , < stL > .
ALEXANDnn
Commision dealers iii Live Sod
liooiu.- . ' , Opjiosllo Kxabange llulMlnKf Uutou Etock
iBoulh Omalju.Ntlj ,
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. ,
Of Omaha , IMei
THAT PROPOSED RAILROAD ,
An Interesting Exchnngo of Opin
ions By Several Gentlemen.
THEY MEET AT THE UNION CLUB.
Tlie Urgency of lie Nortliwi-st nml
Southwest Outlets Piitly 12\iiliincil
niut the Cost and Profits Intel'
i\tilalnctl. :
Mr. I'mticls Smith's InMtrr.
Prank Colpctzcr presided over n party of
Union club gentlemen vv ho gntliot oil about
the eotiMiltltiff tublo In Uio readiiitf rooms of
the club lust nlpht , to agitate the subject of
building a railroad to the iioilhvvcst niul
southwest nnd furnish Omaha with bettor
rnihonil facilities Mr. Colpetzer s.ild ho
would like to see u permanent orpnnlrittlon
formed , mid not immediately decide upon
vvliero tlio rend should bo built to
Mr. A .1. 1'oppletoti was of the opinion that
It \ MISusto of time to 01 onto an oritmii/atlcm
nntil It was deilnitoly known \\hether the
county would subset ibo funds to\\aids it
Dr. MllUr , taking up Mr Colpot/ur's sug-
ccstion that the line of the ro.ul should not
bo decided upon us jot , was of the opinion
that tlio people , \\hcn uskeil to subscribe
funds for the load , the tlist iiuestlou they
would ask was in what direction It v\ns
to fso
Herman Kountzo finorcd the bending of
the elToits of the organisation in ono
dliection , niul to fully deiido whether
the loud was to bo built to the noith\\est
or southwest. To build two loads at one
time would not bo u feasible undeitakiiiir ,
and ho informed his hem IMS that Ins bi other
was not favorable wholly to an organisa
tion of local capitalists. Ills bi other was
of the opinion that the llnauclal magnitude
of the undei taking was such as to i.tll for
the aid of outside capitalists , and a subsidy
fiom the county Mr Kountso stated that
he was unable to see Mr. Francis Smith , of
Hostoii , In pel son , but bad received a letter
fiom that gentleman , \\lio questions tlio
feasibility of Omaha capitalists putting
$1,000,000 in lailroacls to tlio di'ti intent of
local improvements , and the asking of the
county lor a subsidy of $1,000,000 tnoie ,
theieby Increasing taxation to the discour
agement of manufacturers who would other
wise locate. in Omaha The picsent lacilitics
furnished Omaha bv the lailroadsas dwelt
upon , and Mr. Smith expiesses himself fully
satislled that a load , us contemplated ,
could not compete successfully w lib them In
conclusion the lioston gentleman counseled
his Oumh.i h lends to go slow in the pro
posed enterpuso and to put theii money into
local improvements , encourage the locating
of manufactnreis and wait upon the rail
roads to glvo them the desired relief they so
uiueli hanker after.
Mr PopploUm confessed that Mr. Smith's
letter was teiso and to the point , but
pointed out the fact that the railroads , in
competing for business , were nisei Imiimtlng
against Omaha something that Mr. Smith
was possibly not nwam of , Mr. Popplcton
stiongly favoicd the building of a road , say
two hundred miles in length , to tlio not th-
vcsthich , ho thought , would icpay all
the capitalists taking slock in It.
Dr. Miller favored the building of a rail
road to the nortluvbt , saying that after the
ro.ul pcnutrated into the north for a distance
of one hunched and Ilfty miles a new
country , jet undeveloped , would be found ,
and would bo wholly controlled by the
road. If Omaha is ever to occupy that
community , now is their oppor
tunity , and he expressed full eon-
Jidenco that other loads would not
build after them , as some lears had been
cxpicbsed that thej would ,
Mr. Kountzo admitted that no trouble
v\ould bo oxpeiienccd in placing the bonds ,
provided it could bo show n that the i o.ul was
making runnintr expenses , hail enoucli to
keen it fully stocKea and in good icpair and
pay the llxed charges on tlio bonds How
ever , lie questioned the safety of building
such a load contemplated , basing his views
on the fact that If thuio was any money in it
thooldei raihoads would nave built it bcfoio
now.
now.Dr. . Miller thought now would be a good
time to build , as all the huge loads had
abandoned constiuction tlnough Nebiaska
for this i car. Pushed for a reason why the
li. & M. had ceased uoilc , the doctor said
that the most potent was th.it the money
mat ket had all the i aih oad bonds it L.II cd to
handle.
Mr. Barker , in speaking of the cessation
of woik , sud he had it from good authoiity
that .1 had been inspired from state interfer
ence with the load.
Mi. 1' . K. Her said that it was evident
that something must bo done , and that
( Illicitly , and If it is found impi.ictic.ihlu
to build a road ho suggested that stcpa he
put foi waid to icaih some equitable airannc
incuts with the i.iilioads now lunning into
Omaha and Nebiaska.
Mr. Iliirbiugh insisted that state legisla
tion and the decisions of the supiemo couit
had injmcd i.uli oad building into the state ,
for had it not been lor these distuibing f.ic
tois miles of new load would have been built
this bummer Ho next gave some mtcicsting
statistics as to what the piobablo expunsch
and receipts ot such a road contemplated
would bo , and intimated thoio was no
eaithlj show for a man putting nis money in
losing it , pi ovidcd the road wus eonstiuc ted
and run on an honest and business piinciplo
He advised Omaha capitalists to subseubo
liberally to it bofoiu asking eastern specu-
latois to take hold , as it would inspiio conil
deuce , and discouraged the idea that $1,000-
000 could bo i aisc'd among Omaha capitalists
alone.
Mi Col ] otser asked Mr. Kountro if there
wuro not men in Omaha who could put
money in the road and wait a lew years for
itiiutuin Mr. Kountso icphed that ho did
not feel Justified in answeilng tlio ques
tion , and Mr. Colpct/er said that when
ho was asUcd to take stock in the road
it occuri cd to him that the impetus itould
give Ins business and Omaha that ho would
gut eveiy cent of it back In thicoyeais.
Mr. Hniker said that for the inteiest and
vvclhno ofOmalia it was nccoss uy for the
road to uo built Mr Her agiccd with him
Dr. Miller asked Mr IConnt/o if ho would
head a huhscnbtion for tlio building of the
load , pi ovidcd the county voted a subsidy of
? l,0l < 0,0 0 Hefoio ho could answer it. Mr.
( JolpeUer modified it , by asking"Mr
Kouutrc , in .voui judgment do you think it
would pay the people of Omaha to build the
roadf" Mr. ICountso icplied that ho was not
piepaiedto answer for the community , but
expressed Ills willingness to himself Mib-
scubo towaid it , ami thought it would bo
mnviso to build two roads at ono time. Ho
favoied a noilhwestcrn road.
Mr. ColpoUcr said ho would like to sco the
matU-r icaclibonio dnfinito shape , mid Mr ,
Her fnvoiL'd tlio building of the load to the
southwest wheio the pioducts Omaha is
aftci aio located. Thcie was a diveisity of
opinion as to Mr llei's favoiitlsm , many
lavoimg a northwesterly direction
The ( , atheung icsolved itself into an in-
foimal one , and after a thoiouyh discussion
and uNc'lmtii.0 of opinions on the most favor
able direction to bo ti.ivcisul an adjoin n-
ment was ouleivd for a few dajs ,
Appetilu nnil Health restored by
TAHKAVl'b SHIIiil : Al'KItlKNT.
Heal IJht.itcs TriiiiHfern.
A T Smith and w f to Mrs r Uiundrh et nl
lot in , 1 aii mount I'lnci- \ . d 5 j 'jyt
Jnobti'vriwonti ) V (1 l.iintij. lots J,2J ,
t. 6 ( ! , 7 mid M , till. U , I leileuce , q , c. d . . 1
JnO Ilelmott and Wfto VO I. uitry. lot 21 ,
bIkKJurWievsd ! . . . . . . 1
Homir ( / U\\U1 to \ \ I , fiuillchs. lot g.blk
7. lots ( i anil 1U , bit t ) , lots 7 , f. 10 mid 11 ,
WkH. IKufehti L ) man a will. vv.el . 6,400
] ) 1 Inlnjbon midvtf to llomu Investment
( ' ( i , lot J. folk 15 , Albright's annex , w. U , COO
W M Holers to .1 8 llujjcra , lot 1 , blk V ,
Mci'onm r'b udcl , V U . . 10,500
0 12 Majne and \\t toJi ( oil Letts tl ul.lots
1 and It. lilt c , C H Miijnua IlrU 4dcl ,
Yullev , vv.d . . 300
Gee 1' 1H Uh 1 1 H ! to KdWitrd ( .uilnu , lots 1
and | 8 , blk f , t'l .Mujne'a nrs.tHkd , w d. IV )
U in U Albright nnd f to ,1 W Hell , lot It ,
blk.i , Matthiin skubr il . . . COO
Will ( ulli-n to MM ( Donald , lot i , 1)1 ) k n ,
Umulia VlBW , .il . . . . 2,100
Kumli Onmlm J.uiul ( o to S M .Sultnum ,
lot ! i , lilk i bouth Oinulm. vd . . IKJ
J M builiiinnftiiltoJ M. .Muhlhill , lot 1 ,
Wk5).loc7. ) blk 1'J.lot 8. blk ID , South
Omaha , q c d . . 1
GioN'llitkHetaltoJMuUlhlll , lots J , i
and K , BiMtnam hub . 1
GcoN IlkkHctaltoJ JlulMhtll , lota'J , J3
and 13 b\vUimni' cub . 1
Gee X Hklcs ct ill to J M \Mtnani , lotO ,
bile 41 , lot 11 , blk 4V , lot U , blk 40 , lot 11 ,
. blk 4 . South Oniubtt.qoil . . 1
J .Mulvlnill tt ul toJ M bw etuuin , lots 1 , a
and 6 , bwBtnam'B sub a c A . . . . . . . 1
J MulvlUill e\ alto J M Swttnarn.lots 14 ,
17 and ID , Betuaia's iub , o , Q a . . . . 1
J M fwclnnm to ( ! co N Illclss lots 11 nml
\i nml Id , Sntlniim'sonl ) , q rd . . . . 1
J M f > wctm m to lpi N lltcki , ( i , 7 nnd 12 ,
Snctnam'sMib , q c d , , .
J Mulvllitll ot nl to ( ) eo S Hicks lot 8. Tilk
12. lot 1 , Hlk ! > , lot H , blk 40 , lot 7 , bile 41 ,
foath Umnhn , q c d 1
J .1 Moncll nnd wife to t Maitcrs w U lot
" 4. Wh 1 , Mining plnct' , \ \ tl . . , KO
S lx wo to r II Umi- , nil of 1'nrlc plnco . . 1
Sftmucl fotucr to M Jnmlson , lot 18 , Hills
plncc. \ \ d . . .f ] , JOO
11 llnwlcy nnd liusl > < unl toe r I'ottcr , lot
17. blk J , lllllolOoiulil , d fi.000
\V K llawlrv and wife to rr I'ottcr , lots i |
7 , H nnd t > , blk " , Kxrhango place , ftmtn l |
( iinnlin , v0 8,500 I
Tllurkloy to A Cl'owoll. lot 6 , blk ill , j |
Oinnhn , ncil . 1 'I
J ( Inrd nnd vIfo to i : iVrtln. lot lie , ( li c's
ndd. \ \ d . (1,500 (
K I ciTin nnd v > Ifo to J Oaril , lot UU , ( Use's
ndd. vd , . . . . JUXX )
1' II II ( . 'lurk to l Nelson , ct nl , lot 15. blk
I. \VS * Sldiv \ A 400
1' H II tlnrk to P Nelson ot nl , lot II , blk
U \\ostMdc , wit . . . . . . . tOO
W I. Sclbv nml ulfp to A 1) Cntnnilngs ,
8'4V i7ft < ! udlolnlng , lot 4. llnrkcr's
allotment , w it a'fl
'Jhlrty-ono trnnsftrs , aggrogntlng. . . . $62,67
Permits.
The following building penults wcro Is
sued jcstcrday by the superintendent of
buildings '
1 rank Jclon , cottage , rourtcponth , be-
Ui \Mlllams and I'louo t 900
VnclRV IMn-k , cottngi1eitlle'ld nnd llf.
ti'Rjith . . . . . 400
Mr * Krlccwlo liimsloi , Improvc-monts ,
IVilti-r lietwu'ii Sintnlli and Klgh-
ti'i-nth . . . . COO
.Inhn Mt-ltisilorir , Imiirovcmpnts , Sixth
lei tpii I'li-rroand mUslon . 300
Hum n \ SlH'imiin , ImpioNe-nuMit" ,
I'wpntil fomth nnd fatd\Mll . . . . MO
MlditPl Hrlley , kltdluii , U2 ! Miormuu
iiMiiuo . 200
G Holitiinlth & llro. , two story ttnino
block of lints 1\000
\ \ S PoiiplPton , two story blUk real-
dome , ( fuuiulii nnd 1'aclllc 4,500
A. 11. JnhiiMin , cut im > , ( limit butwccn
Twintv ninth and 'Ihlrlhleth MO
( Jpoigii N Hli'kM , two btorv fiaino doable
( Iwclllng 'llilitj-Hr-t nil ll'oppk-ton . f.,000
tt , \ \ lluibaiik , two stoiy dwulllng ,
blimu's Jil iidiUtion . . S.C50
riprpnpcriults.nggipgatlni ; . . . . iM.WiO
_ _ Lumber. " _
OMAHA LUMBUR CO. ,
All Mi of BuiMiii Material at WliulcsalB
_ lgt _ _ ' Street and Uulon I'ttclllc Track. Onmlit.
'
LOUIS BRADFORD
Dealer in LuniUer , Latli , Lime , Sash.
Ioor , lite. YnrJs-Cornpr 7th ami Dourlnij Cornel
ill li ami
C. N. DIETZ. " * | J
Dealer in All Kinds of Lumber , I
Hill unit Cnlirorn a streets , Oiintm , Ncbrn ta.
FRED W.
Lumber Lime Cement Etc Etc
, , , , , ,
Comerfih nnil Doucli tU..Omahn. !
T.W. HARVEY LUMBER"UoT
To Dealers Only ,
nnm Street Onmhn
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD.
Wholesale Lumber , Etc ,
Imported nnd Amurionn I'nrtlund Cement SUti
Age-ntfor JlllwHiikco Ilydrnulic Cement and
CJulncy VVtillo Mine.
CHAS. R. LEE.
Dealer in Hardwooil Lnnioer ,
Woort Cnrpela nnil Tunnel Kliiorln : Dili and DonglM
Notions-
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. ,
Mosaic Notions and Furnishing Goods
411) ) nnil < OTi Bcnlti 10th hi , Oiniihn.
Olla.
CONSOLIDATED TA JK LINE CO. .
Wliolsale RefinGu and LnMcating Oils ,
AxloJrca e , Ktc , Omuha. A. 11 UlillO ] ) , Mnnogcr ,
V1NYARD & SCHNEIDER ,
Notions and Gent's ' Furnishing Goods ,
1105 lliirnoy Strnel. Omuha.
Paints and Oils.
"CUMMINGS &
\Miolc.-nlo l > ciiart > ln
Paints , Oils , Window triads , Etc ,
ill1' Firna-n Mroet. OmahaNob.
"CARPENTER PAPCR cc.
Wholesale Paper Dealers.
Carry n nice Hook of Printing , Wrapping and vyrltli
l'lT St | cnil attention ulvon lo i ar Inail nrilom
Printers' Mntorlnls.
WESTERN NEWSPAPER
Auxiliary PnWisliers ,
Dealers In Tyin , I'nc iinil I'rlnlf r 'bupplles. tat
fruutli Ktli-'iriet. Oninlia
Qubbor Goods.
OMAHA RUBBER c6"7
Manufacturers anil Dealers in Unite Goods
311 Clothing uiul Luallicr Uclllun. 1XW ( 1 iirniira "
F ittlngs , Pumps , Etci
A. L. STRANG CO. ,
Pumps , Pipes and Engines ,
CHUHCHILL PUMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pumps , Pipe , Fittings ,
U. S. WIND ENGINE i PUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplies ,
Halllday Wind Mill * 518 and yyrnrniini \ bt , Oranna.
_
BROWNELL TcO. , "
Bnjdnes , Boilers and General Macliinery.
Sheet tron * , . , . MQ , , . lu. ,
_ Smoke Stacks , Dollars , Etc. _
H. K. SAWYER ,
Mannfactnring Dealer in Smoke Stacks ,
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Wholesale Farm , Field and Garden Seeds
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Storage , Forwarding au Commission ,
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Lager Beer Brewers ,
1021 North lllgthttculli btrect , Omulia , Neb.
Iron Works.
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S'TEAM BOILER WORKS.
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Steam Boilers , Ttnls anfl Sliest Iron fort
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Cast Iron Bnilflins fort ,
Engines Ilr s Work General 1 oumlry Macliiueuud
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OMAHA WIRE A- IRON WORKS
Manufacturers of fire and Iron Railings
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OMAHASAFEnntl IRON
Man'fre ' of Fire & Burglar Proof Safes
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