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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12.
THE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
No Change of Oonscquonco In the
Whotxt World.
CORN DULL , LIFELESS AND LOWER
Provisions StroiiR-Cntlle Motlcriuoly
Active \Vllli Good Nntlvcfl Illiclicr
llojjn MvolyVUli Another
Down Turn.
CHICAGO PnoilUOE MAUICRT.
CHICAGO , Ucc. II. [ Special Telegram to
TnKlJp.n.1 The bullish momentum pained
jcBlcrduy was still felt nt the opcninp this
morning , and the wheat market started off at
nn ndvnncc over yestcrdiiy's close. Tlioro
was BOUIO trailing in May at the opening at a
range of fl 10)@U1 * * ' . When tlio Bmoko
cleared ruvay somewhat , the market com
menced to case off , and speedily worked Its
way back to $1.10) ) 1 lO jf. A recovery to
$ l.in ; < followed , nnd the next move was
back to Jl.lO'VTho prlco soon found Its
way back to $1.10 % and off nKiiin toi'J.10 % ,
around which point It hung a long while ,
finally breaking sharply about noon to $1.0' ' . ) % .
The quick rally to ? 1.10' ' was the next feat
ure , after which there was a break to tl.oy , ,
n depreciation of J c from the outsldo price
obtainable at the opening. The last half hour
of trading was characterized by renewed
Htcadlncss , and sonic recovery from the in-
Milo prices was realised. The close , was
(1.01IX , n shrinkage of Ic , as compared with
yesterday. January opened at fl.Oil and
closed nt * 1.MJ ( < J ; these figures making thoox-
trcrncs. Tlio early firmness was occasioned by
Htrong cables , bullish news from the north
west relating to the movement fiom farmers'
Hands , and Teceipw nt Minneapolis and
Duliith , and to the continuation of the local
buying fever that set in during tlio last hour
ol yesterday's session. Now York reported
n , moderate inquiry for the foreign account ,
nnd some Imying of futures for old world
people. Indeed , Now York was llrmer till
day than Chicago. The cables received by
Dunn , Gcililet , Smith and other local people
were in accord with those- that drifted in vi.i
Now York , The basis of the improvement
in the tone of the foreign markets HOCIIIS to
bo the growing scarcity of good millinc
wheat , both on the continent and in Great
liriUln. There Is now I'ttlo ' doubt as to the
true condition of things in the northwest.
Fanners' del Ivuiies of spring wheat are ex
ceedingly light. The farmers' reserves
nro generally very small. The coun
try elevator stocks are being
reduced rather than Increased , and however
much demoralisation there may bo in the
market for olT-grado stuff the millers con
tinue to compete sharply for all the good
milling wheat that comes forward. The
Hiili ) tracked car * at Minneapolis art ) falling
off in number , and the arrivals , too , are show
ing a decrease. Tlio break in prices occurred
here was duo to the discovery that some of
the big operators , who have been bulling tlio
market lately , wine quietly selling their
property through Hall and others. Tills dis
covery w.ts followed by free selling l > v
lioche. Linn , Phillips , Klauffcr , Logan , Mil-
mine , Hodman , Hammerer and ICcnnett , who ,
witli the list of scalpei s , also turned in and
Helped Uio mnrkut down. Hutchinson was a
seller cnrlv , and a buyer later , and on the
bieak , Kairbank , ICennett. ICammeror and
Kciini weio good bujcrs. Kuirbunk'ti bio ing
checked the decline at $1.01 % , and turned
the market back and up again ' -ifJS'gC , baton
this little rally tlio crowd seemed determined
to "llll him up. " In this purpose they appar
ently succeeded , for the price eased oil' once
more to the insalo iigtncs of
tiio day , but there was nothing
of n sltimpy or panicky feeling
dlkcernablo. Iho army ot pit traders end
Kc.ilpcra are now directing their atten
tion and talents to the worlt of anticipating
tnc movements of a few leadeis , whom they
accuse of systematically "milking the
market. " Tlio market is not in a condition
to invite ventures hr.scd on anticipations of a
long campaign either way. Prices for sevcial
weeks have fluctuated within n counlo of
cents of to-day's closing quotations , and the
position nnd relative strength o ( the opposing
parties does not scorn to have undergone any
change of consequence in that time. The
bear party points to the larger stock of Hour
than last year ( Ii50,000 ! barrels , according to
Bradstrccts ) as offsetting the 00.000,000
bushels smaller visible supply. While the bull
leaders are unshaken in their faitli , thov
do not tire out nor frighten out. "They will
only E ° ° l't on a big break or a big advance , "
said oao of their advisory friends to
day. They are at this moment
clearly in the position to check any attempts
to create "tho big break. " nnd they seem in
disposed to organize a big advance nt this
moment , preferring , apparently , to await the
further inroads of consumption upon the
Mocks of Hour and wheat , befoio engaging
in n wholesale boom crusade. This involves
patience , mid incidentally tempts the hoary
weights to do n little scalping or milking to
kcop trade and themselves from stagnating.
Trade In corn was once more of the same
dull , lifeless kind so frequently described of
late. There was nothing in the news of the
day to lift it out of its confirmed dullness ,
and there was no accession of outside busi
ness to employ the trading clerks who hung
Jdlv around the pit. Tim receipts were 2S
cars under yesterday's estimates , and in
to day's inspection there were only US cars
of No. ' ! corn. The market acts as if
no Very largo short interest existed , and
no alarm scumcd to bo felt at the small pro
portion of contract grade in the dally re
ceipts. Liverpool received 75,700 centals in
the past three days , all of which was from
this country. Tlio opening was fairly firm
nt yesterday's closing prices , with , however ,
very little business passing. Hut this firm
ness gave place to a weaker feeling and a
lower range as the day progressed. January
opened nt JMXc , which was the price it closed
nt on Monday , and kept gradually sinking ,
till It touched : U/c , the close being at !
, which is J&Vf.fo ( ) under the closing
price of yesterday , February closing at < JIJ o
nnd May nt UTko bid , which is J o decline
from the previous day's figures.
Provisions wcio quite strong. Yesterday's
improvement was not fully htistalncd , yet ,
considering the fair run of hogs and the
moderate outsldo interest which products
continue to attract for tins sea
son , holders nnd sellers had no com
plaint to make about the market.
Fluctuations all around were conllncd to
comparatively small limits , and though prices
average easy , trade was well supported. The
premium on May futures over January was
also reduced somewhat , and nt the close
Flood ut : < 5e on pork , ? , Mu on lard , and lOo on
tihort ribs. Dased on yesterday's final quota
tions the closings for pork showed a decline
of , ' ) ( ! ! lUo , for short ribs of 6@iJ o , and for
May lard of 5c. Lard for delivery tills side
of May was unchanged. Cash lard sold freely
at K3.lttV@.07h.
CHICAGO JjlVIS STOCK.
CIIICMGO , Doc. 11. | Special Telegram to
TIID lJp.E.1 Cvrn.E Huslncss was only
moderately active to say the least. Under
the falling off in the run as compared' with
last week , salesmen seemed to fancy that
they ought to got more money for their prop
erty , but buyers wore slow to see matters In
that light , and only at the last moment , when
they found that they had to make better bids
than last week , or get left , w.is there any
business of note done , but when trade was
fairly under way salesmen found no difll-
culty In getting very near what they were
Asking for their property. Most of the buy
ers reported values fully 2oc higher than last
week on good nnd useful natives , but sales
men generally quoted values only 10@15a
lilglior , The run of rangers and Texnns
\VM nbout 2,000 , and among the same
were many good ones. The supply of Tex-
ens , however , was too heavy to get any ad
vance on the common * native or cow stock ,
the same Belling as low as at any time.
Btocker and feeder trade may be reported as
a shudo more active , with prices fully as low
us at any time. The receipts included U,000
Texas cattle. Choice to extra , 15.50(3 ( 0.25 ;
medium to good steers , 1350 to 1500 Ibs , 3.W
(84.DO ; 1200 to 1360 Ibs , f3.5X < HOO ; tttO to
1200 Ibs , f3.6XX33.40 ; Mockers nnd feeders ,
tl.76WO.i' > ; cows , bulls and mixed , f 1.2309
3.63 ; bulk , 1.60 < i$3.30j Texas steers , fJ.10 ®
3.10 ; cews , * UOQ2.15.
, JIoos Trudo active , \vitn another down
luru ot 6@lUc , molting a decline ol JOQlSo
for the first two < Uys of the weoic. Hough
nnd common packers sold utfS.COVJfi.10 , anil
fair to good nt t > , ir > ( 5.20. Tancy butchci
welphts were In good demand. Jones fi
Ktllcs bought about f/00 to averaee * 1M
Ibs. , nil b.irrow , t WJ3. L'mlerwooil &
Co. , Swift ft Co. nnd other shippers
bought the bulk of the big
heavy best on the market at nbout
to 23. A few loads sold nt 13.30 ,
one at ? 3 32 > and one nt ft3 H.V Light sorts
were in fair demand both on shipping and
packing account , nnd sold largclj at ? 3 l.Vr ?
52. ) . Mornn & Hcnly bought nbout one
thou nnd. to average 1MI Ibs , assorted , nt
ti.lfifSfi'in. A New York shipper bought
fourdoubledecks , closely assented , averaging
170 to 183 Ibs , at W 20 , and the Fowler party
paid $5.2(1 ( for 2JO Ib averages , and down to
ICO Ibs. Light-light of lift to 125 Ibs , sold
largely nt ? 3 23.
KINANCI.XIi.
Nr.w YoitK , Dec. 11. [ Special Telegram
to Tun Uii.1- ; : Storks London houses were
free buyers of their specialties at the noon-
ingot the stock market this morning. The
first prices showed an Improvement of & ( ! $ ' j
percent * over last evening's final figures.
The great feature of the dealings , however ,
was the Immense strength shown by Deln
ware & Hudson , which supplemented its
marked increase of yesterday by shooting ui
f > j per cent after opening up at a 2 } per
cent advance , a total advance of S per cent.
The reason of tlm ndvnnco was said to be
owing to the concentrated short interest , ag-
Ricgating from 2)00 to 5,003 shares , to Ing
to cover. Traders took advantage of the sit
uation nnd bid the prices up rapidly. St.
Paul and Missouri PauitTc were taken In
hand by the bears , while the pumping pro
cess was going on in Delaware it Hudson ,
nnd these stocks yielded 1 per cent. The
friends of the latter stool ; are somewhat dis
couraged over Its weakness , in view of the
assurance of a 1 per cent dividend , and everi
decline brings out long slocks on stoi ) ordeis.
No\v \ England , Laekawanna , and Hlchmoni
Terminal showed advancing tendencies
early , while Hock Island was conspicuous
for its unusual weakness , scoring a decline
of 1 per cent. At 11 o'clock the gcticr.il
market showed a sagging tendency nt a
small fractional decline fiom the opening
prices.
The tone of tlio market again chanced for
'the better after midday , and a fractional
rally teen place , Dclnw.ua & Hudson being
the exception , which reacted 5 per cent from
the highest figures scored during the morn
ing hours. A great deal of talk icgarding
this stock was indulged in , sonic claiming
that the stock was practically cornered and
that the shorts were liable to bo badly
squeezed. This stock nt ono time during the
morning commanded as high as 2 per cent.
Shorts in Jersey Central took fright , and
that stock was suddenly moved up 2 per
cent.
The following were the closing quotations :
U.S. 4s regular..U'T Northern Pacific. . J.1'i
U. S. 4scouponi. . .1IM1 iloprcrcneil T > SIA
U. P.4'Jsrejfiilar. 108 C.i-N. W ll)4' )
U. S. 4' ' $ ? coupons , , 1U8 Joproferreil , .1" "
I'aclllc ls ! at ' 9'i . .UK N" . Y. Central
( Vntrnl I'aclllc. . : \i I'.l.iV. I ! 2,1'a
Chlcnpo It Alton 1.11 Itock Island . . . . T
Chicago , Hut llngton C. , M. &St. I' . . . BOSS
" ' .10- . ' ilo preferred. . . . 101U
nI.A\v' ! . , St. I'auKV Omaha
Illinois Central , ll.l'jl dopreferred . . . .lO
. . . . . , . . . . .
1 . iii.itr 11 . f Tnt t > ii j
.
1..II.&W 1.1 Union Pacific
Kansas JcTuxns . Ill t . .dl. J. . v1 . . . . . 12' , '
Lake-Shore m\ Oo preferred. . . .
MlchlKiin Central M I Western Uulon. ,
Jllssonrll'ncille . . . 1918 !
MOXET ON CALL Easvnt 2 ( < ? 214 per cent ;
lust loin , 2Vjj per cent ; closing at 2 } per
cent.
cent.PllIMH MCIICANTILB PAPEIll rtJO'j POP
cent.
Srr.UMSO E.\oiUN-on Firm andiinclianpcd
ntfl.Sl ) for sixty-day bills , and f J.bSJj for
dcinanU. _
I'llODUCE.
CIIICAOO. Dec. 11. Wheat Weal : , and
lower : cash , fl.tGji ; Januar.v , $1.01 } , ; AIny ,
Corn Eaay ; cash , tJU'bdi ; January ,
34 ! l-lic. (
Oats Kasy ; cash , CC > : January , 2G9 c ;
May , 2fl'ifo.
Kyo 51 c.
barley Nothing doing.
Pnmo Timothy Nothing doing.
Flax * 1.5t.
Whisky * 1.20.
Pork Steady ; cash , $13.37' ; January ,
iia.42l : Mnv. SlH.771 < f.
Lard Eus.v ; cash , tS.OSU ; January ,
tT.'JTK ; May , SS.05.
Flour Firm anil ncliangcit ; winter wheat ,
61. 7.1(125. ( 7. > ; Bpring wheat , $4.'J58.75 ; rye ,
. .
Uulk Meats Shoulder * , $ r.00i7.10) ;
short clear , $7.3K@.50 ; short ribs. $7.0J@
7.10.
7.10.Uutter
Uutter Dull and quiet ; creamery , 31c ;
dairy , 18(327c. (
Cheese Firm ; full cream choddais 10X < s ;
Hats , ll ( < ? 18c ; Young Americas , ll' HJaC.
E RS Quiet and easier ; fresh , 20@2tc.
Hides Unchanged ; heavy green salted ,
GI C ; light groun salted , ( Pfo ; Rrccn , 5e ;
salted bull , 5)4 ) o ; green bull , 4'fc : : green
dry flint , 7' ' @Su ; dry call , 7@5 > o ; br.indel
hides , 15 per cent off ; deacons , 25@30u e.ich ;
drv salted. 10(51150.
Tallow Unchanged ; No. 1 , sollu 5c ; No. 2 ,
4c ; cake , 5. ' c.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour , bbls . 0,003 9,000
Wheat bu . 3.1,000 .Tfl.OO'J
Corn , bu . 2G2.00U 40S.OOO
Oats , bu . 2JO.OOJ 100,000
Uye , bu . . . . .
Now Vork. Deo. 11. Wheat Receipts.
75,001) ) ; exports , none ; spot market dull and
weak and @ 'jC lower : No. 2 red,1 * ? 1.03@
l.Oj } ! ' in elevator ; No. 3 red , 97/c. } ; uti-
graded red. 89e@1.01tf ; No. 1 red , l.ij' : ' < .
OptloiiB dull and weak ; cruller 'ffo higher ,
declined ll @ 15fc , and closed steady at > ' ( j@
% a under yesterday. No. 2 red , January ,
closed at tl.05f.
Corn Receipts , 77,000 ; exports. 21,000 ;
spot market fairly active and ) & "i" lower
nnd weak ; No. -lOKQItS o in elevator ,
47&0 allont ; m.grailed uiixcd , ! (7Kii7 ( ( > c ;
No , : ! , 42t'j options dull and heavy , mid % @
5tfo lower , January closing ut Wj3.
Oats Receipts , 131,000 ; cxportn. 2 > 0 ; spot
inarltut quiet and weak und hC 'tfc ' lower ;
options dull , anil i c lower ; Janimry closed
atUlhu ; spot , No. 2 wliito , ! ! 4Jfi2r > i ! ; mixed
western , 2'.i } ( a'U5 o ; whlto-wcstern. 3@Jlc.
CjlTcu Options opened steady nt 25 ® 10
points down and closed steady ; December 15
points down , others r > C < iir > points up and
fnlily nctivo. Sales , 85.0JO bags , including
December , fll.70i lD10 ; January , $14. ( @
151)0 ) ; Fobruary. $14.ir.r ( l.'i.3ri ; March , ? 14.b5
@ 15.IO ; April , Jlfl.UO ® 15.35 , Spot Kio , dull
and unsettled ; falrcartpes , $ ir,50.
Petroleum Steady and quiet ; united closed
at b'Jo.
Kggs Dull and easy ; western,22K@23c.
Pork Kasy ; mess , $14.75@15.00.
Lard Lower : closed steady mid quiet ;
sales , western steam , $3.50 ; January closing
at t.2(3. (
Butter Easy and quiet ; western dairy ,
14@24o ; western creamery , 20nt3.Jo ( ; Elgin ,
nominal.
Cliccso Steady , witli fair demand ; west
ern , lOQliyfc.
Liverpool. Doo. 11. [ Special Cablegram
toTlin HEK-310p. ] ; ! m.Closo. Pork In fair
demand ; prlmo mess , eastern , bis 3d , steady ;
do , western , 71 lid , linn ,
Lard In fuirdnmundspot ; 47s 2d , steady ;
December , 44s , steady ; January and Febru
ary , 43s Od ; steady.
Wheat In fair demand ; now No , 2 , win
ter , Ss , steady ; do , spring , 8s Id , steady.
Flour In more demand nt 12s , linn.
Corn In fair demand ; spot , 4s 8d , steady ;
December , 4s 7 > tfd , dull ; January , 4s TJj'd ,
dull ; February , 4s 3'fd ' , steady.
Milwaukee. Dec. 11. Wheat Easy
cash , Otic ; January , U co ; May , fl.
Corn-Dull : No. 3 , 31 > § 33tfc.
Oats Steady ; No. 'i white. 2030c.
live-Steady ; No , 1 , 51)/c. )
Uarloy-Dull ; No. 2 , ( Wjfo.
Proviaions-Easler ; pork , $13.25.
Cincinnati , Deo. 11. Wheat Firm but
dull ; No. 3 red , $1.0-131.05.
Corn Oulot and steady ; No. 2 mixed , 89o.
Oats Wcaktir ; No. 2 mixed 'JJ'kfg'.JSc.
live-Dull : No. 3 , 54 c.
Whisky-Firm at * 1.14.
MlnuonpollB , Deo. 11. Sample tables
were not BO well loaded as on yesterday , and
with a rise In spcculatlvn markets holders
we > o not slow In putting up prices of milling
wheat. Huyera wuro slow to respond to any
advance. No. 1 hard sold at ll.W , but when
speculative wheat started on the down turn
prices of samples went along to a certain ex-
icjit , though moderate cffcdnga prcvi'ptcil
value * from Roing below\cstcnJay. Closing :
No. 1 hard , December , $1.301 January ,
? I21 : May , J12P , , , on trnck , SI 21.
No. 1 norlhcfn , December. $1 Oil's ' January ,
Minti. May , stir , on tr.ick , $ I.1SJ1 14 ;
No. 2 northern , December , il.OJ ) January ,
$1.03 ; May , fl.Oiiif : on track , $ l.O,1.04. ! ( .
St. Ijonl * . Doc 11. Wheat Lower ;
cash , $1 01 > 4 ; May , ? 1.07' fffil 173T. ( .
Corn Lower ; cash , IM c ; May 34'4 ®
3l-\c.
Oats Lower , rash , 21c ; May , WJ c.
Pork Dull at * 14.0U.
Lard Finn at fS.OO.
Whisky11. ! .
Huttcr Quiet nnd easy ; dairy , 10Ji25o ;
creamery , : ) OQ3.'ic ,
RnnnnH City , Dec. 11. Wheat Steady ;
No. 2 red , cash. HSo hid ; May , ? 1.05V bid ;
No. 2 soil , cash 09V bid ; February fl.OlJu
bidMny ; , Sl.05'4 ' bid.
Corn Steady ; No. 2 , rash. 27e bid ; .yonr ,
2t5)jc bid ; January , 27'fc nsked ; May
' "Kc bid.
Oats No. 2 , cnsh , 21c asked ; January ,
23'ic asked ; May , 25'4-0. '
iiivr. t
Chlc.ieo , Dec. 11 1'ha DravarV Jour
nal reports us follows
Cattle Receipts , S,500 ; market dull am
cattle , ? 1 1110 3. 10.
Hogs -Receipts. 23,000 ; market active anil
lower ; mixed , f.VOO ( < ? "i.O.'i ; heavy , $5.05
C < ? 5 0 , light , ? 5.00i.(5 25 ; slttps , $ 'J 00@I.SO.
Sheep Receipts , 5OJO , market steady ;
natives , f ) .7'i@.V5 ; westerns , J.ViOrfII.05'
Tcxans , eJ.IIO 'J. ' , ' . ' ! ; lambs , $ : i.75ji.00. ( )
Kansim City. Doc. II. Cattle Receipts ,
4ncO ; slilpmont" , 1.400 ; the duality of ortor-
ings was hotter and market irroeul ir , bul
goucriill.v stronger ; good to vholco corn-fed
$1 lOC'Jl..Vi ' ; oonunon to mWium , SISOiTtl.li )
stoi'kers mid feeding steers , J1.GO&2.M )
cows , $1.00(32 ( ! > t ) .
Hogs Receipts , 10,000 ; shipments , 3d2 ;
market falrlv active but ft ( I0i * lower , clos
ing n shade stronger ; good to choice , $
510 ; common , $ i.50f ( 5 00.
National Stock Yards , K\st : St.
IiotilN , Dec. 11 Cattle Receipts , 2,315 ;
shipments. ! VJO ; market stiong ; choice
heavy nntivo steers. S5.50ii5.l'iO ; fair to
peed nntivo steers , fl I0fn5. 10 ; butchers'
steers , medium to choice , ? 4 40 ; stockers -
ers ami feeders , fair to good , S'J.Kci.4 ( ) ( : ) ( ) ,
rangers , corn-fed , $1.20 ; grass-fed. S2.10
(33.15. (
Hogs Receipts , r.,010 . : Bhipmcnts , 400 ;
market lower ; choice heavy and butchers'
selections , $5r \ > ( itr > 2i : packing , medium
to prime , f-I.UO ii.l.lO ; light grades , ordinary
to best , ? l.blKa5.00.
OMAHA K sroot.
Cuttle.
Tuesday , Dec. 11 , 1S8S.
There was n liberal supply of good beeJ
cattle on sale to-day , and us high us $4.30
was paid for corn-fed naUves. The market
on beef cattle was nbout lOe higher than last
week and butchers' stock l(6JOc ( ) ( higher. A
bunch of fancy barren heifers hold for
Chrismas cattle at * . ' ! 45. Although the mar
ket opened slow It closed quitu active , and a
good many cattle changed hands before the
close. Feeders were in fair request at steauy
prices.
Hoes.
The receipts were the heaviest for some
time back , but everything sold before tlio
close. The m.irk ( t was about lOc lower than
yesterday , mid although it was slow on ac
count of salesmen not wanting to take the
prices , the bu.xurs bought freely. This mar
ket is high as compare. ! witli other filtices ,
it being only 10i ( l5c lower than Chicago.
Sheep.
The supply w.w not heavy , but the market
was fairly active at steady prices.
Cattle 1,010
Hops ' . 8.0JO
Sheep 8UO
Irivnlliiisr I'rlom.
The folli.vlnj is a tibia ot pnc3 ? pill In
this market for tha jr.ijai of stoat 1110:1- :
tioncd
Primestears. 1303to 1500 Ibs..S3.75 © .no
Pnmusteers. HOJto 1300 ibi. . 8.25 t l.03
Native feeders 2.75 ( ! ' ! ,00
Western feeders 2.iO ( ( < J2.)0 ! )
KaiiKO steers , com'on to choice 2..VJ yW.20
Common to good cows 1.2 > fa)3.03 )
Choiceto fancy cows 2.00 @ 2.50
Common to choice balls 1.25 ( iM.OO
Fair tocnoico UKht hoes 4.1)0 )
Fairtoctioico neavy nozi 5.10
Fair to choice mixed hogs 5.0J
Ijlvo Stook Notes.
The receipts of hocrs were liberal al most
all market points. St. Paul received 1,500
ious : Indianapolis 000 ; Cincinnati 6,000 , and
Bloux City 4.500.
The Stanton Hrccdinu PJrni company ,
Madison , Noh. , had In 135 head of 1(5MMb (
steers , as line u bunch of cattle as bus been
eeen hero In u lout ; tlmo. They sold a very
clioicu bunch pf barren heifers at the high
est price paid ou this market in seine time ,
13.45. ,
OMAHA WUOb.4u < K MKKtS
Prodiicr
BfTir.u 1'anc.v , 'solri-vackcd creamery
SCCif'Wo ! cliolco cnentry. 22f..V ; medium
prudes , l * > i 'Jlu ; conunon Kr.ultis , 10 dli ! .
Fi 01 it XobM lci i patent' ' * { ( J.CO' 7 50
Minnesota patents , $ < > 2' > ( < i7.75 ; straich
grades $ o.00ioli ( ; bakeis' Hour , f5.23 7o
per bbl.
POTATOES -N'obraska , 2.'a40o per bu ; Col
orado , 7'iW Oc.
SMEPT PorvTons Tff ( > 'o per Ib.
I'ornin Live dhlfkcn * . J. ViiJ.7 : > pe
doz ; sprniR chirk w , J2 . * iO ( < i'l 00 , dressei
chickens , 7 ( 0 pt-rlb ; tuiku.vs , 8 ( 10 ( ? .
Koos Strictly fresh , SJff24o ( candled.
MUAOK Gi U'i > IUKCKS 1'Jc pcrlb.
1J4Vis Commbn , } 1.00vii2 25 per bunch
choice , * . > .uOl < ? : ) .50 ,
LrMoJ."i.0v ) per ci o.
Oit Nun < FloUilu , $ .J 2if ( ) ( \ J. per box.
OAMI : Per dozen : Mullurd , M Sift ! ' .i" >
teal , $1.1HIC < ? I 25 ; iiunil , * 25tl ; prnlric rluck
ens 8l.75if(40i ( ; rnboits , * l.lHi ; siiulrrel
$1,00 ; vonlion , ( K'UOi * per Ib. *
CitvMif.iiuil > ? OJii'.l.Ot ( ) per bbl.
PlioM tosM Hums , No. 1 , 11'jV ; No 2
lie ; shoulders , 7 c , rib bin-on , lie ; i-lo.i
bacon , ll c ; picnie haini , Kk1 ; dried bee
lmm , livc ( } [ ; dry suited elcuis , * < liort , S'jC
extra short , SUe ; short ribs , S'4f ' ; plrkcltu
lilBH1 feet. 1. ) Ib kits , MV ; luril , b.C ! 'o '
smoked sausage , fl@'C per Ib ; hog casing i
L'Ll \ . \ \ \ 25j7Wc ( per do.- ; fancy , 40o.
OSMO.3V(4o ( ( ( ) ] ) or bu.
C \nn un : $ .1.00 per 100.
Hunts 10e per hu.
Ti iiNir-i 2. " > e per hu.
Svii.it Kivt ; r-i bK-4.7S , hiilt-bbN. $ - > 75
An M Clioico. 2 . "Oiifi < 5 per bbl ; fancy
$3.00 per bbt ; common , . M.'iOddl.'i.'i per bbl.
Ci -.MU-IIIK.XII. . $3.0. ( rt .V ) per bbl of .T
Kalsj C.ilifiirnia pour cider , ? 15 th ) per bbl.
Per I'oitNUico , 3c ; common , " } { u.
CvnitoTs Kitperbti. .
Hi : \ \ - < Choice o.mtern hand pleked navic- ,
$ i ( K ) per liu liel ; western hundplckud mi
vie * , $1.75 < ( t > l ) ; medium , 1 : iirtl.5U ) ; Linui
bonus , 5i- per Ib.
11 \ \ V. o. b ci r , No. 1 upland 5i5 00 ; No
2 upland , $5 OU.
HitvN-8lVWiltUO. ) ( ! )
CiKii'i'un KIII.II 51 1.OJv 15 01) ) per ton.
CHUN SKif' . c1.
Ovis-2itjr.Mo.
VIXKO.VU 1'ider , 10 ? lSj per guli : white
wine , 10ii20i ( ; per pal.
HONU1lb frames , 15@lSc.
Hoviscd prices arc1 ns follows :
l\iui\'o Starlc A , seamless , 22i * ; Amos-
kcag , ' eamlcss , 17Jc ; l.e\\Utown , A , so un
less , lite ; American , seamless , 17c ; b.irl.ips ,
4 to 5bu. , IHifllc ; guniiios , Mnglo , llc ; gun
nies , double. 20c ; wool sacic , 3.V.
Txvxics Flax , 3bc ; e.\tra'-ail , 200'Me , bail
B , 20i(2It ( * : cotton , l2c ! ; jute. lie.
DIIII.I ) Fiti'ir Pigs , in boxes , nor Ib. K ) ( ' ?
Iflo ; ilntcs , in boxes , " ( TelOc ; London Malaga
layer raisins , per l > ox , $ . ' .50i ( < J 75 ; Malaga
looae r.iisins $2. : > 0 ( < i2.50 ; few VtilciuMU rai
sins , per 11) , bjflCiiliforinii ; loose muscatels ,
per box , 2UUi.rt2.10 : California Lomlons ,
IbSS , $ J.40j pitted choiries , peril ) . l < c ; Cali
fornia pitted iilums. ncr Ib , l'Ji < 13c ; dried
blackberries , per Ib , 7Jjicc ; dried raspbor-
rics , per Ib , 212"ic ( ; evaporated apples. 7 , y ( $
18c ; Calfornlu sun-dried peaches , lc ! ! : Cali
fornia unp.ircd evaporated poaches , l.XiflSc :
evaporated Califoinia apiicols , lsc ; Xtmtco
currants , ( il 7c ; Turkish prunes , 4'jn4Ji'c ( ;
citron , 2ii'2lc ( ; orange peel , loc : lemon pei'l ,
ICc ; California French prunes , IHifilOc.
Coi-niB Mochn. 25 , 2 < ) c ; l io , good , \f \ , &
17c ; Mundalilinp , -Sc'io.istiiig ! ; Hio , 15M
Hie ; O. G. Java , 2Idc-Me ; Java , interior , 2JOJ
23c ; Hio , Inncy , ISifil'.lc ; Santos and Maia-
caibo , 17&Jle ! ) ; ArhncUles , 21'4c ' ; McLaugh-
lln'bXXXX , 22'4c. '
Snuu Granulated. 7'jC ; conf. A , 73No ;
white extra C , 7 4" ! ; c. tr.i C , 7'gc ' ; .yellow C ,
OXo ; powdered , b' e ; cubes , S'ij. _
JiBKsWAX Cnoico yellow , 2J@22J.iC ; daik
colored , 13iil4c.
Ciini c Young America , full cicam , J2 ( 1
12'Jc ; full crcairf cheddeis , Il@t2c ; full
cream Hats , 121 , c.
PlCM.ns Medium , in bbls. $500 ; do , in
hall bbls , i-U)0 ) ; dmall'ia bbls , fit CO ; do , in
half bbls , W.50 ; gherkins , in bbls , 47,00 ; do ,
'
in half bols , S-i.OO.
Toiucco Plug-VdBJic1 ; smoking , 10@POc.
Jri.LiCH S1.23 perlb : ! ( ) pail.
SALT-$1.30@1.3 : per bbl.
Horn 7-10 , lie.
MAIXU Sue.VK Bricks , ll@12c per Ib :
penny cakes , ] ' . ' @iqc per Ib ; pure maple
syrup , $1.10 per gal.
TEAS Young Hyson , common to fulr , 18t/ < !
oe ; Young Hyson , good to fancy , "OC".5"n ; ;
Gunpowder , common to good , 22c < i < 25e ; dun-
powder , choice to f.incy , 40c < ( ( )5o ) ; Japan ,
common to medium , l.Va''Oc : Japan , choice
to luncy , S0@45c ; Oolong , common to good ,
250t:55e : ; Oolong , choice to fancy. 5l70u ; ;
Imperial , common to medium , 25@3ic ; Im
perial , good to fanc.v.-lOffTJOc.
NUTS Almonds , 15C'f l vfc ; lilhcrts , I.c < dl5c ;
Brazil , 9@10c ; walnuts , 12cpecans ; , 10JBlie ;
peanuts , i > ( j$0c.
CuACivEits OfjilOc per Ib ! usborted cakes ,
8@25c per Ib as per list.
CAXIIV Mixed , ! U4 < 12".c " ; stick , o ; < 0jllc ) ;
rock candy , 10' ( ilito ) ; fancy candj , 7&j2Jo.
HOMAND Hcuitixn OOc.
Dry Gnodo.
COTTON PI.ANSEI.S 10 per cent dis. ; LL ,
5Uc ; CC , 0 > fc ; SS , 7-c , Nameless , 5j ; UX ,
ISc ; K , 20c ; No. 10 , bJ4'e ; No. 10 , lOJ o ; No.
GO , 12J < fc ; No. 80 , 13jhc ; No. 30 , colored , .lu ;
No 50 , colored , 12.No. ; . 70 , colored , 12V ;
Bristol , 12 c ; Union I'acllic , 17c.
CII'ITVAUI : - Bid , white , 1'Jo ; colored ,
22c.
22c.BATTS Standard , 8c ; pern. lOc ; beauty ,
12'rfc ; boone , 4c ; B , cased $0.50.
PHI NTS Solid colors Atlantic , I5e ; Slater ,
(5c ( ; Berlin oil , (5 ( > ; e ; Garner oil , ( ! @ 7c.
PIIINTS Pink and IJobcs Allen , ( ! c ; Hivcr-
pomt , 5140 ; Steel Itivcr , ( i c ; Richmond ,
Okc ; Pacilic , 7c.
PIIIM8 llross , Charter Oak , S. 'c ; Ham-
apo. 4V e ; Lodi , 5'4c ; Allen , ( io ; Ulchmond ,
Oc ; Windsor , CiJjU ; Eddystone , 0 > ; c ; Paciilc ,
O'rfc.
O'rfc.Bi.Evciini ) SIIECTIXO Berkeley cambric ,
No. (50. ( H c ; Best Yet , 4-4 , ( i c ; butter
cloth , OO , 4 4/i3 ; Cabot , 7J o ; Farwcll , half
bleached , S'c ' ; Fruit of tlio Loom , ll'io ;
Grecno G. t'Ji'e ; Hope , -)4c ; King Phillip
cambrif , lie ; Lonsdalo cambric 114ci Lons-
dale , Oc ; New York mills , 10o } ; Pcpporell ,
12-ln , lie ; Peppeicll , 4i-in ( , 12c ; Pepnerell ,
04 , Itlo ; Peppeicll , S-4 , 2lc ; Pcpporell , 0-4 ,
.Mo ; Poporell. ] ) 10-4 , 25u ; Canton. 4-1 , bje ;
Triumph Oc ; Wamsutta , He ; Vailny , 5u.
FiANNii.b : Plaid Haftsmen , 2o ( ) , Goslien ,
32'jc ; Clear Luke , 30V ; Iron Mountain.
FI.AVSEI.S Whitc-GH , No. 2 9 , 8JV < c ;
GH , No. 1 , % , 2c ( ! : BH , No. 13. 54' , 2Jc ) ; Bll ,
No. 1 , Jf , 30o ; Quebec , No. 1. , I''c.
CoHBr.r Ji : Nd Androscogum , 7Jfe ; Ivear
sargo , 7e ; Uockport , 0 'e ; Conestoga , ( IMe.
TicKS-York , 30-in , 12 > io ; York , 3l-1n ,
Swift river , 7 c ; Tliorndike , OO ,
York. 7 oz , 13 } ; c ; Havinnker ,
bj c ; Jnflroy XX , \ \ } Jaflrcy \ XXX , 12'.jc ' ;
Heaver Creole AA , 12c ; Heaver Creek H13.
lie ; Heaver Creek eg , lOe.
KuNfucia JEANB Memorial , 35o ; Dakota ,
18o ; Durham , 27'io ; Hercules , ibc ; Leam-
IiiKton , 22JjCj Cottwood , 27J4U.
CIUHII Stevens' J5 , OUc ; Stevens' H ,
bleached , 7o ; ritovoiiB1 A. 7'ic ' ; Stevens'A ,
blenched , $ yo ; Stvemt' ' P , S'o ' ; Stevens' P ,
bleached , U' ' o ; Stnvcns' N , 'iufo ; Stevens'N ,
blenched , 10 } < -j Stovuns' S1U , 12' e.
ii-h Tublo on cloth , f2.50 ;
) lain Holland , O'o ' ; Dado Holland , 12jo.
Buow.v SIIEETINU Atlantlo A , 41 , 7J t ;
Atlantlo H , 4-4 , 7jYe ; Atlantic I ) , 4-4 , ( ifc ;
Atlantic P , 4-4. { ' * ? Aurora LL. J I , tic ; An-
oraC , 4-4. 4 0 ; Crown XJfX , 4-1. ( IJfc ;
loosler LL , 4-1 , < ! / : ; Indian Head , 1-4. 7'iJe ;
Lawrcncu LL , 4-4 , lie : Old Dominion , 4-1 ,
SJ-fc ; JVpperellll , 4..4 , 7c ; Poppcrell O. 4 4 ,
i'fc ; Peppcroll , tJ-ClSV1. Pcppeioll , U-l ,
JIc ; Pepiiercll , 104 , 2Jc ; UticaC , 1-4. 49,0 ;
AViichusctt , 4-4 , 7Mc < 'Aurora I { , 4-i , 7c ; Au
rora B , 4 4 , ( ! ' ( ! . '
DUCK Wont Point 83 ih. So ? . , lO' ' o ; West
Point 2J in. 10o& , IS o ; West Point 2'J in.
12 o * . , 15o ; U'ostl'oint-iOin , II o . , Klo.
FlANNEls-Ued , C , 21 in , 15Hc : K , 21 in ,
21 > jc ; GG , 24 in , 20c ; HAF , % , 25cj JHP ,
"f , 27c.
GINHIHM Pluukett checks , 7ijo ; Whlttcn-
on , 7) ) < o ; York , 7 ! u ; Normandi dros , 8u\ \
Calcutta dress , BJ o : Whlttenton dress , b > fe ;
Uonfrow dress , S @ 12 > fc ,
CAMIIKICS Slater , 5 > jfo ; WooJs , 5c ; Stan
dard , 5'4o ' ; Peacock , 3fe.
Pni.NTd , iNUiooBufB Arnold , 0 } < c ; Amer-
can , C' c ; Gloucester , ll'i'c ; Arnold C long
cloth , Do ; Arnold B long cloth , 10J/e : Arnold
Gold Seal , lOK.j ; Steifel A , 12u ; Windsor
Gold Ticket , lujtfc.
lujtfc.I
I > uiulcr. )
First and second clear , l In.40 00(351 ( ( K )
Flrbt and second cluur , 1 in. . . 47 00 < .V ) 00
Jhinl clear , U4@l in 4J 00R40 ( 00
A select , ItfQlitln. . . . . . 37 00
U select , 1KWX In B3 Oi
A stock boards. 12 < r 10 ft , 13 in . 40 00
H sleek boaids , I2nlfi ft. 12 in. . 41 00
C stock boards , 12 i 10 ft , 12 In . . SO )
D stock boards , 12U ( Jfi ft , 12 In . . 23
Flooring , llrst common , (5 ( in. . , . 34 o
Flooring , second common , 0 in. . 31 0
Select fencing flooring . VJ ( X )
Sidlnp , lirst and second clear , 14
OU'lft ' . 25 ( X )
Siding , llrst cominoi' , 10 ft . 2i IX
Sitlini * . < ccontl common . 10 Oi
Common boards . . . . . . Ill ( H
No. 2 boards , nil lengths . 14 .W
Fencing , No I , 12 < n'0 ft . Iti 50
Fencing , No. 2 , 124Qtfi \ \ ft . 15 51
.lolst nnd scantling , 2x4. 14 ( 10 ft 1(5 ( ( X
Timber. 4x4 , Sx12 (1(5 ( it . 17 ( K
Pickets , Hand H Mat" . 22 ( H
Pickets , Dniul H squat e . 2J ( X
Shingles , e\tia A . 2M
Shingles , standaul A . 2 CO
Lath . a 41
O d Halts 3' ' . In . I *
O ( ! BattH , l xM , S 1 S . 3
3 In well tubing , D nnd M bev. . 22 00
Hemlock sole , l 'i. U-per Ib : nnk solo. 3.
( tiilic per Ib ; oak liarness , JtOmHio per Ib
selected oak nnd trace , 3V per Hi ; oak am
hemlock upper , 2K.rf2Je ( per foot. Hemlock
calf sHin , No. 1 , Mnl ) > oc pcrlb , nccordlng to
weight ; oak calf skin , No. 1 , l > 0-il.txi ( ( pei
Ib ; Pnllndolphla calfskin , extra , ? 1 ooori K
pcrlb : hi'inlock kip skin , No. 1 , (50Ci7.'e ( per
Ib ! oak kip skin , No. 1. 70 ( Mle porlb , Phila
dolphin kip skin , cxlrn , J > inlilc ( ) per Ib
Freiii-h calf sliin ( according to weight ntu
' "
> i'i ; pur juut ; inuriHTOs. nont it'ir , . . .Mf'.vui : JKM
foot ; glove calf skins , 2 ' ( n ! UV per foot ; Douir-
lus kid , : UijlOc ) per foot ; Kangaroo skins , 40
( Mod. ? per loot , uci'ording to qunlilv. Top-
pings.sco t 10.00 per do/en : linings , $1.00 ( ' <
' . ' . ( K ) per do/.en ; npron skins , J10.00u ( 12.00 per
do/en.
nnd Tinners' Stook.
Block tin , small pig . $ .2S
Block tin , bar . SI
Topper , planished boiler si/cs . 3-
Cojijwr , cold lolleil . It :
Copper , shcnthing . HI
t'opper , pitts . ill
Copper , Hats . 31
( ! 1. sheet iron , .lunmta.51 10 and . "ipcrc. dK
Pat. planished Iron , 21 to 27 A . 10' j
Pat. planished iion,2t In 27 B . U'i
Uoollng , 1C. llx.'d , Il2sheets . (5.01 (
Koollnn. IX , 11x20 , 112 sheets . 7.5 !
Kooilng. K1 , L'll.xJ. , 112 sheets . 11.00
Kwfing. IX. 20x2' , 11J sheets . 1451
Sheet iron , No. 2ii . Jl.M
Sheet Iron , No. 27 . I ! ( ! (
Solder . l.VjC" 17.j
Tin plate , best churcoal
1C. Itlx 14 , BJ.slicets . ft .7
IX , 10x14 , 22 : > sheets . b.2- >
Tin plato , cotto
1C , lOx-1 1 , 2.5 sheets . fi.05
Steel nails , per keg . 2.25
Steel wire mills , per Keg . 2.UO
Til 13 UlJAIjTY MAIIICUT.
Instrmnciit-j Phiouil on Uccuril Dur
ing VcHiurdny.
H \Vintoiliuin ot al to Hank of inUiom ,
lot H , blk - , iia foid's mill lilkhorn ,
il . . . . . . . . i y.-iO
W ( J Moot chvnil mill \vifutuT HCuunlnj-
ham , wU'4 ! It of u , ! 7t4 It of n ' . lot lltf ,
Nelson's nilil , il . JOJ (
Win Ciilmui to \ \ m ICiutr. lot 'I , lilk I , 1st
a'ld toContinl I'nik , sncrill's ili'eil S'jl
S Cnllnoe to M ( iitliniL1 , mid ' . lot U' , blk
4"i7 , ( ! i nml View , x(1. . . . . 1
.il DnuUL-lly to II Hiiclil-i , w ' , lot . ' , blk - ,
Drcxol's sill ) , \ \ il. . 1
Wm II Mll ! < r nml wile to r C I'urmely ,
unit ' Itncxuooil 1'liue. i | ud . I.dtO
N bliolton nml wile toV W MiComb ,
lot 1 ] , blk : i , Wimi'or Toiriice , il 40)
II A Itosera to ,1 T Itogers s > ' ( ifv
7rii-10) ! ncriM of ( > IKi-lUJ aorea ofs'j '
nmliitt S-l ) > Ue , wil . . . 10.0JO
Wm ( ! AlbrlglH anil wile to (1 .1 Jones ,
lot 71 , blk ' . ' , lluppu's linimnra. w < 1. . . 4 : s
A Temple et nl to A Steuula" . lot li , blk
10 , Watciloo , w il . 100
South Onmlm t , ami Co. to T II Hilton et
al , lots loaiulll , blk 21.1 , South Untnlia ,
I r ( I . . . .
CO I'orkhiN uml wife to i : I ) Ko\os A. Co ,
lots II to 17. ami lot If. blk I , lots 7 to 1. ,
blk \lnttlicn s' Mil ) , ij e il . . 1
J I , Miles ct ill to. ] Mockilnle. lot .W , blk 14 ,
Oivliaril Mill , w il . TOO
Win ? tnrpat7. to (5 I * Iliirnelif v.lj ft s o
cnr lot fr , blk 20 , ( 'it'll It , ronelor. < | cd. . . . 2UO
S IICii'lKhton to J A Crelghton ct nl , nil
propel ty , will . . . . . . . .
\ \ in I olfato S \ \ I'enrock. lot I. blk III.
lot 11 , blk 17 , Iot- > I.1 anil 11 , blkL'J , lotiii
nml ia. blk 'Ji. lot -I , lilk''i. Ciirthngo , il 700
A haimtler * to A Christcnson , lot 23 ami
n Wit lotil , riaiiklinstiiiare , \ \ il . fi.000
1 Cliilstiunson to A iNiumlur- 10 ft lot 5.
l'i. nikll n hquaievil. . _ . 7,500
1'CoIpotzur umllta to ( ) < loeici < raii , 4 x
Ktt lit ) ft n of so cor blk 100. Oinalia ,
w il . 2.6W )
So'ith Ouialm Lund Co to I'.lonuscnelt ,
lot I ) , blk HI , ftmtli Onmlm. w < 1 . S.C
I ) Cunnlniilmin anillto to A fctcn hlii ,
lota , blk2 , ) , CuitluiKe. vil . 1,00
J T I.lsy nndnlleto I'Shaiill , uml ' / of
n UV ft lots 1 anil 2 , blk , ) . Campbell's
mid , w < l . 2,500
J I' Pc-honing anil wlfo to A .lame- , lot M ,
Ulaik'sadil , w il . . 0,010
Patrick I.nnil Co to 1) If lloiiin , lot'JI , blk
HJ , Uiimlee place , w U . , . 1,1(10 (
Twenty-five transfer * , ngt'iegrttlng. . . . (51,254
i ; Pornuts.
Tlio following building iisnnits were issued
yesterday :
AiiRii'-t Iloii7on. elHbt oiie-btory cottages ,
'Iwuntysuvond nnd Clark htieets . > $ 1.1KU
W. l > . Siiollmnn , oiio-story finmn MiL'ii. . 70
H K lioadv , onotiry ) Iruinu iottiio. { ; Mil-
Inrcl X L'aldw ell's addition . 260
'llireo permltc. afe-grmiatlng . t l.S.'O
An AIiHolutc Curo.
The ORIGINAL ABIKTINE OINTMENT
is only put up in large two ounce tin boxes ,
and is nn absolute cure for old Bores , burns ,
wounds , chapped hands , and all skin erup
tions. Will positively c.iro nil kinds of piles.
Ask for the OHfGlNAL AB1ET1N12 O1NT-
M12KT. Sold by Goodman Drug Co , , at 23
ceuts per box by wail 30 cents.
Acolytes on n Strike.
Chicago Tribune : The strike fovcr
ins at last rciiohcd tlio uhureli , and the
rohiilt is n qiieor conipliciitioii ut the o.\-
, roine ritiinli&tie Kpiscnpul Cliurcl. of
Iho Ahconsion. It ib lonrncd tliuL the
icolyti'Bof thoe.huri'li. wliobuur ; i prom
inent | ) iirt in the service , formed a t.o-
ciety wliioli they niiinod the Sniiotuiii'y ,
nnd Frank Phillis ) ) , tlic server , was its
jrcbidont. A member of this guild was
l < ouib Caruiotto. He was an Italian ;
lurk , { rood-looking tincl imperious. Ho
was the dean of the iriUl , and iiisihlcd
on calling himself master of the cero-
nonies. Moreover , he afesiimed a sort
of lieadBhip over the lads. Uuring the
Borvico ho would make gestures , bid-
ling them do thib and Unit , mortify-
ng tliom in the presence of the oon-
grcgiition. So the acolytes revolted ,
md , with the aid of Mr. IJarry. the lay
eador drew tip a hot of resolutions dc-
KtaliiK Cnri'iotto from tl o inabtorrihip of
: ereinonicH. When Father Lnrrnboo ,
the rector , heard of this proceeding ho
called Mr. Harry to account for aiding
md abetting the boys in their mutiny ,
mil deposed him from tlio position of
ay reader. The boys thereupon fell
nto a tranhnort of indignation and for-
inilaU'd an ultimatum to the ollect that
inlets the rector should retaoro Mr.
3arry they would go on a btrilco and re-
tibo lo tnljo purl in thofacrviccs. Fallior
nrraboo declined to rebtore Mr. Harry
o Ills position , and the result wab tiiat
tibt Sunday tlio bervicos were shorn of
ntich of their ritualistic character ,
wing to the absence of the crncifor , the
thnrifer and the eervors , and the other
icolytcs , and the lay reader. Public
ipinion is divided , Mr. Ltirrabco is
cominondod on the point of discipline ;
lie acolytes for their valor.
.11. I'.M.MKH. K IMlie.lHAV. J H lUM.SCU.UtII
PALMER , RICHMAN & CO. ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
TERFfeLp U. MA LEY
Live Stock Commission ,
loam 15 , LJiliam-e UullJloit , Union Etock Vurda.
UNION STOOM Yx.-jDS : CO. ,
Of Omelia , Limitefl ,
' Aerlculturoi TTifpTomonts ,
CHURCHILL PARKLR ,
DoalcrinAgricnltnrallinplcniiiils , Wagons
JiK ( > ? trf < tbrlt\t'cuminii ' <
NcbrnJlin.
LINNCER
&ericnltnralIinplcincnlsJWagonslCarriagci
IJiif lo. rip. Wliolf. nlc. OmKhR. VoVtHtkik
PARLlf7 , 1TRENDOR ? A MARTINT"
Wliolrtalu ls ) lf r In
Agricultnrallmplcnicnis.fagons&Biiggics .
_ Wl , swi , ft imil W7 JonM Ptrrct , Omul ! * . _
P. P. MAST fifco. .
Mannfactnrers of Bnckeyo Drills , Sccflois
CultlTaton. liny ItnkPi.Olilfr Vlll nml l.iiUnn 1'u !
verlicri. Cor litli unit MrlioimHiii-U. _
IMPLEMENT CO. .
Asricnltiiral Implenients , Wagons & Buggies
OMAHA llItANfll.
J. F. SEIBERUNC3 A. CO. ,
Akron , Olilo.
Harvesting MicliiDcry anil Binder Twine
W.K . tpaJ , . tan o 1313tcnvenwoiHi t Oiunlin
MOLINE.MiLBURN&STODDAHDCo
Mnnu ( > ( tur < r finiIJol > tiois In
Wagons , Buggies , Rakes , flows Etc ,
Cor. 9tu nml I'nclflc siructc , Onmha.Ncb.
Artlato' Mntorinls. _ _
' " " "
A HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos anil Organs ,
iilft Stri'Ot.On lin. Ni triftn.
Bookaollors and Stnllonore.
H. M , & s. w. JONES' ,
SuicPSForslo A. T. Kenjon A Co. Wliulrcilo&Kctrl
Bookseller and Stationers ,
Kino WvdiltiiK SUtUuicrjr , ( 'unnucrcliil ' tntlimcrj-
I.VJ-J Ilouu.as Street Uiimliu Ni.1 ! ' .
Booto nnd Shooa-
K1RKENDA1 L , JONES Al CO. ,
o In Howl. Jmiis A. lo )
WholBsalcMannfactnrcKorBootsanilSliocs
Aiii'iililor llo tnn ili'tititr MUMOi I1U3 , lll/l A 11W
llnruvy ft. , Onmlm , hcbrnahn.
W. V. MORSC .t CO. .
Jobbers of Boots aiiil Sliocs ,
1101 UKUlQj Douglni St . Oinalin Mnr.nfaclorj.Sum
morsu. lu nun
Coffees , SpicoB , Etc.
' CLARKE COFFEE CO.
Onmlm Co Iff o and | Hci > Mill * .
Teas , Coffees , Spices , Baking Powder ,
f Uvorlui ; Kxlrncla , I.nunilry Hint' . Inkn , Ktr. HU
Ktiilliirnor Mruut. Oiniihn , Xylirniku.
Crockery and Glassware.
" W. L.'WRIGHT , "
Accnt for thp Mr.iiuarturiT nml Importcts of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Cliimneys ,
Vtc ( > fflce . .lTS lUhfct. , OraRhB , Nebrunia.
PERKINS. CATCH & , LAUMAN.
linuorlera nnd .Inbbcri of
CrccXerj , Gla ware , Lainis , , Silverware
Ktc. 1314 rrr.ir St. v.c' PotunUulldlne.
CommlGsion and Stor&so- _
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RIDDELL & RIDDELL.
Storage and Commission Mercliants ,
iGciclllcs Uttttpr. 17rf Chr n. , lnUry , ( ft
ll"IIo\vniil _ Stictt , Oninlm.
CJEO. SCHROECER & CO. ,
Puccrstorn lo Mi Shunt' & i-cbrocitcr )
Produce Commission and Cold Storage ,
Omauu , Nobruskn.
FREDERICK J. FA1RBRASS.
Wholesale
Floor , Feed , Grain and General Commision
Mcr liint. Corro pondcnrocollrllcil. IPII Nurtii lull
Slri'it , Din.ihn. Noli.
Coal , Coke and Lima-
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O'MAHA coALr"coKE' & LIME co.
Jobte of Hard and Soft Coal ,
299 South 131U Street , Omnbn , Ncbratka.
J. J. JO7/.V.SO.V .1 CO. ,
Manufacturers of Lime ,
And Fhlpn ] ra ot Conl , CuuK , LXinont , I'lnVlcr. l.lmc ,
Drain Tlio uml bunor I'll" * . Dlluc'JI- . IJlh
ft. , OinulinNull. . Tclciilionubll.
Dry Goods nno Holiona.
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M E SMITH i CO. .
Dry Goods , FnrnisMng Goods and Notions ,
1102 nnd 110) Doi'Rlai. Cor. lltli St , Omalm , Neb.
KILPATRTc K-l < OC H"DRVrab ODS Co
Importers and Jobbers in Dry GooflsNotions ,
Gcuta' Furultblni : ( iim.li. Cnrnor Illli uml IJaJutj
bin. Omnha. tfchriisku.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO , . * * '
Shippers of Coal and ( M ? ,
SHSiiuHi nth St .nrn&r.i. Nrli.
_ Furniture. _
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DEVVEYr&'sTONE.
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Farnnm Street. Omcba. Ncbrnikn.
CHARLES SHIVERICK ,
Furniture
Omaba. Nobrrukn.
Crooorloa.
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PAXTON , GALLAGHER ft GO ?
Wholesale .Groceries and Provisions ,
7Uii. Tiff. 703 ami 711 S. IClli Et , Omnhn , Neb ,
MoCORD BRADY Ac CO ,
Wholesale Grocery
I th and I.cfivi'nnortli Elroc'.i. Omnhn , .NVbrntka.
Hardware. _ _ _ _
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MAlfhCs'BROS. SADDLERY COT"
Whnlfu.ilo Munufncturcrnot
Saddlery & j.foers . of Saddlery Hardware
Ami Leather. UOJ , Ha'i nnd 11(17 ( Uitrccy Bt , , Omnlm ,
Wtbitska.
Hardwnro.
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W.
Heavy Hardware , Iron anil Steel ,
Spring ! , Waxen Stork , Hnrdwnro , l.mnhor , itc , IS.J (
uinl 1SII Hartley Htrcet.Ornalia ,
HIMEBAUGH & TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop ,
Mechanic * ' Tool And HnlTalo t-chlfn , liOO Uou lui
Ulrcot , Oniabu. Ntbraxka ,
RECTOR , WILHELMY < Si CO , ,
Wholesale Hardware ,
fllisnd Ilcrncr st , Omaha , Neb , \Vnlern Accnti
lor Auatln 1'owilt-rCo. , Jvircnon l-lcflhullt ,
_ Kulrbnnk Hlnniltnl Hruli-n _ _ _
LEE , CLARKE. ANDUFiESliN HAND-
WARE COMPANY ,
Wholesale Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plate ,
. klitct lion , etc. AKontH for llowi HculvJ ,
Mihr uml I.ym.in liurbtd
umaliu ,
_ _ _ Hate , Caps , Eto.
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"L. PARROTTE ft CO. ,
Wholesale Hats , Caps and Straw Goods ,
tltnniirnerfctreet.Ouiabn.Mob.
Lumbor. _ _ _
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"OMAHA LUMBiih'co' . ,
All Kinds of Building Material at Wholesale
Itt 1 Street and Union 1'acino Track. Qm.i ,
LOUIS BRADFO * RlD
Dealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
Uoori.lltc. I rdi-Corner lib mid UoueUi , Coraoi
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_ LUMBER.
C. N. DIET2.
Dealer in All of Lumber ,
Ulhanil Utlitomla Slrcct < .Oinali . Nc
KHICD W. U wvY.
Lumber Lime Cement Etc Etc
, , , , , ,
, Corner filh ntul Douglas flu. , ninth * .
T.V. . HARVEY LUMBER CO. ,
To Dealers Only ,
Offloo.UKU'nrnum Street Omnlm.
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"JOHN A , WAKEFICLD. *
Wholesale Lumber , Elc ,
Imported nnd Anierlenn IM-tlnml ( Vinpiit PUtl
Apunl for Mllwdiikon Urilriiiillc IVmont and
y White I .imp
CHAS. R.
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood Carpal < i ml P.ihiuct Hoorlnir Vili nnrt OougUi
rVHIIInory mul Notlono.
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I. OBERFELDEH & CO. .
Importers & Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
i IllliSlrri'l
Overalls.
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING CO. .
Mannfactnrcrs of Overalls ,
JennsranUkMru.KIluu.iml 1101 Douiilm Street ,
Ouialm. | , t < b
Notions-
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. .
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goods
4O ( nnil 4V ( , S < mil loth SI . On. lm
Olio.
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CONiSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wliolsale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
Ailollri-nni-.lClc.Omaln. , \ II. lllrlim. Miinnin.r
VINYARD & SCHNEIDER ,
Notions and Gent's ' Furnishing Good ? ,
1W5 Humor Strci't OuuiliH
Office Fixtures.
I'livf HIMMONIK V VN'tTACTPIMNU CO.
M'lnnl.itt iro.s or
Bank , Office and Saloon Fixtures ,
Mantle . Slili-boni-iK Hook ' 'nsi" . Driif ri.Murps.Wnll
l'n o , I'nitltkm * ItnltliiniI'wmli'r * . IIPTiunI Wlnnt
Cimlcrt. Mirror * alp ( -iiclurv UMI" otlloi1 , ] Tuiiuil : 1TXI
South Mill bl.JMi lii ! , 'I'olephuuu 1KI. I
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Pvilnto nnd oils.
si & , NEILSON' i
Whole ulu Denlcriln
Paints , Oils , Window Glass , Etc ,
1111 ! Furnam Street , UmntiaNot ) .
_ Papor.
CARPENTER PAPEF : ! : : ? . *
Wholesale Paper Dealers ,
Curry R nlco stock of I'rliitlnv , Wrnnplnit nml Wrlllnt
I'Uftr , tilieclnl intention riven to i HI lonil iinlvra ,
Paper Boxos.
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JOHN L\VILKIE ,
Proiirietor Omalia Paper Box Factory ,
Nos Jl',7 nml Hl'J DoiiKlia St. , Oiimlia , Neb.
Eoodo.
PHIL. STIMIVIEir\"co. ,
Wholesale Farm , Field and Garden Seeds
Ull mul 'JUJonoHMreit ( tinaliu
StoraRO , Forwarding & Commlaalon
ARlvTsTRONdTpETTIS .V CO. .
Urn al
Lager Beer Brewers ,
1M1 North UlKtUtcontti Mrcct , Oiiinhn. J'cli.
Gornloo.
E A"GUE"cbR N i cE"WOR"KST *
Manufacture Galvanized Iron and Cornice ,
John KpuiiL'ter , I'rnprlitnr. ! W Dniliruaml KIluuil 1M (
Norlli lutli Htruut , Om ilia.
Printers' Matorlalo.
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION.
Auxiliary Publishers ,
Dualora In Typo , rren i > s and Trlnlpri1 fciippllcs , tM
Soulli Ktlibtrcc'I.Oimtliii.
Rubber Goods. 3
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OMAHA RUBBER CO. .
Hannfactiirers and Dealers in Rubber Goods
311 Clothing anil l/callicr UtlUnit. 1UH ranmiii
Sjah.JD oors , Etc.
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w" . A."biSBROV I. CO. .
WtiulcsulitMRnur.ctiircrKuf
Sash. Doors. Blinds and Moulngs ,
lir.iiKli omcc , IJlli mill Uunl UiruiHi , Uiimliu , Nuh. '
BOHN MANUFACTURING"co.
Jiaiiufactiirers of Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
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l'-uldliirs.StnlrWoM ( and Iritrrlur llnnl Wcul Fin
ail. H. L . Corner Mil nn.I Lniivunwurlli Hru U ,
Umiilm , Uvu ,
_ Stoom Fittings , Pumpo , Eio. _
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A. L. STRANG CO. ,
Pamps , Pipes and Engines ,
steam , Wutpr , Kit Iwny anil Mlnlnt ; hii | > | illc9 , Etc.
KM..r.BnnilVZI I'urniiin l-tii'ul.Oiiiiiliii.
CHUKCHILLVUMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pnnips , Pipe , Fillings ,
Ucarn anj Water Supplloa. tfi''l"iiiirii'r' fur M t.
. Cnrnain t. , Oma
U. b. WIND ENGINE & PUT/IT CO.7
Stepia and Water Supplies
1 IVIlul flll.Mr. . . . . . . ,
inn Ht.Jiniilia.
. BROWNELL fij CO.T :
engines , Boilers and General liklrinery ,
ucptlron v ro- ? " " '
Iron Worlce.
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STEAM"BOILER'WORT < S.
Cat tor A hon , I'rop < .Miniufncluri'r ( nil kinds
Steam Boilers , Tanks and Sliest Iron Wort
\\'urk \ Smlli 'JOili mill II , k M. Cro ? lntf.
I'AX'lO.ViliUI.INO ; IUO.S WOUUti.
Vftonglit and Cast Iron Building Wort
, llrai * Work Qonoral rnunilry , Mnolilno anil
\Woik. OMiionnil WuiK , U 1' . Hjr.
unil lilb HtruuM"uulm.
OMAHA WIRE i ; IRON V ORKS ,
Manufacliirci's ' of Wire and Iron Railings
Juiis Itnlli , Window ( iunnln. flnwrr Htnnili , Wlrn
tefl Nurlli Ktli tilrtcl.Omuliit ,
6 M A HSAF EaruTl ROrw ORKS
Man'frs ' of Fire SBnrglar Proof Sails
ultH. .lull Work , Iron ami VVIr Ki'iii Inu. HlKni. Ute ,
U , Andiceu , 1'iou'r Cur , lull nnU Jucktuu Hit ,
CHAMPION IRON nnd WIRE WORKS
ron and Wire Fences , Railings , Guards
oil Fcruonn , for hink ( , mi' ' . iori' .
ruvtil Awnln , . I Aikmnltii Miulilii'iry nml
Jjluchtmlili worki. Miroliiu Illli n
ire and Burglar Proof Safes , Time LocKs ,
IcucralAL'euti ( or Dluliolil BtfoanU l.utk C
Wttllt fcua JU1 WtlkiUV B , UVkfcJi