Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 18, 1889, Page 3, Image 3

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    ITHE .OMAHA DAILY BEE ; FBEDAY , JANUA11Y 18. 1885) .
K , MA1111"
Wliont Was Dull and Almost Foa-
turoloss.
A LITTLE EXCITEMENT IN CORN.
I'ruvlNiottfi AVero Quiet Tlio Caltlf
Trade IH Overstocked nnil 1'rlcon
Arc tlio l.owRl on Hoc-
oi'il
CHICAGO IMtOUUCi : MAUKHT.
CHICAGO , Jan. 17. [ Special Tclcornm to
V TUB Bm.l The whciit mmkct was dull and
I
almost fcuUnelcss to-day. The fluctuation1)
were within l'ip limitations. Tnulo was
il
largely local , nnd news wns extremely scarce
nnd himl to yet. Views und option ? wore
plentiful enough , but they \\cio not oxchang-
nblu In nil cnses nt t'.ir ' in tlio open niiirkct.
May wheat rnnpcit from 11.00 to * 1 01 Jf. but
tlio price remained lonpost In the vicinity of
J100' ' < ( < ? 1 OOJiJ Mn > wlic.it opened nt ? 100' ' ,
) lil sparingly nt SI 00 , advanced to f 1. 00)4 ) ,
worked ofT ngnln to SI 00' * . sto.imej up
to 11.01 V with only it lit'lo trading ut
fl.Ol,1 * , and Btiong bidding nt 11.01. Tor
the better pait of two hours thu price
runted from * 1 ( K ) < tel 00 ! < . ami about linlf
past 12 It cot as low as * 1 O0' < . but shortly
bcforo 1 o'clock it took an upward inclina
tion und went above $1.01ith most excel
lent buiinj ; on tlio advance. The topmost
point reached wns $1 01 ' 4 , and the close was
II OHjtl 01 V. Just Ic higher limn yestenlay.
The foreign news was uc.uish in tone , and
the advices from the nc.ibonrd were of tlio
Riuno tenor , but , hliittulur t > iclatc , the sea
board markets did not seem to bo in harmony
with the advices. The tiuotatlons Indicated
even greater Ilrmncss than was shown hero.
The change in the weather over the winter
wheat districts was u strengthening factor ,
nnd the evident disposition on the p.irt of the
loading be.ir houses to cover without
further loss was nnother bullish feature.
The Minneapolis news would have had n depressing -
pressing Influence oulmarily , but to day the
gossip from there wns ignored. A reduction
of 15e per barrel In ( lour nt that point was
announced , nnd the further information was
convoyed that the millers' combination there
was on the verge of disruption. " The iccoipts
nt the primary points are running shockingly
light , nnd prophesies of n 500,000 to 750,000
bushel Oeci case in the visible supply are
heard , Minneapolis promises to decrease
250,000 bushels nnd Milwaukee 100,000 bush-
elft. The grain houses hero report a mod
erate Interior milling demand , nnd
HixloB are reported of some especially
line lots of wheat at fancy
figures. These trades simply go to pro\e
the scarcity of wheat of a superior iiiiality
and the willingness of millets , who have
ttpccial brands of Hour to protect , to pnj for
grain to keep them up Tor the tlrst time
this season the shipments of wheat fiota
Minneapolis exceeded the icceipls Tlio
general tone of the market was linn. There
wns no particularly significant buying that
could beset down as being for long account.
Heam and Cudahy were commonly believed
to bo still coveimg their shorts , but they
limy possibly have eiosscd the line and
turned bulls again. The local crowd is still
bearish , seemingly , though no longer miic-
lleetingly so. Theio are moro steady going
und unexcitable people uhotielievo in uhc.a
around $1 than were di earned of when pi ices
wcio cavorting in the vicinity of $1.20 , and
the model ate investment demand fioiu that
source is calculated to check over free short
selling for the present. Ilutchinson is not
cutting a very wide swath , to fat as can bo
seen on the HUI face .lulv wheat ranged at
Ol Oi ! ' - 'Hc ' , and closed at UJ ' &c.
The icceipts of coin wen ) ten cais in ex
cess of yestcidaj's estimates , but
theio was the same notable scarcity
of No. 2 in the inspectors' rotuins.
The dullness was even more pronounced In
the beginning than foi niorly , although it was
supposed that tlio business of the past weeks
could scarcely become more attenuated than
hurt already been the case ; but suddenly a
cli nn gc came over the market , nnd n slight
demand sprung up. The shorts climbed into
the pit to inquire from whence it camo. nnd
very soon were found bidding In n lively
fnshion for thu grain. There was actually a
little excitement uml an advance of } { u in a
Jew minutes , mid this , for corn , Is phenome
nal. The exports \\eio heavy , andbuvmg
on foreign account was done on a liberal
Hcalo at Now York nnd Haltimoro. Tha de
mand which developed itself so suddenly 10-
vealed the fact that there was very little corn
for snlo , and as nothing but No. 2 grade will
satisfy the wants of the shorts , who desire
to provide for their contracts , and as that
quality is a scarce article and held in a few
linnds , tlio anxiety of tlio shorts increased
with the trouble in llnding an.\onti willing to
part with their property. The demand con
tinued good to the end and prices closed
from ? HC to J < jC over those prevailing at the
close yesterday.
Oats were moro quiet than earlier in the
week , with u light volume of trade m a
speculative , way. The offerings were small
and under tlio model ate inquiry
for February and the months following
prices averaged steady and linn to " c higher.
May bold at , 2 ' o to 278 < @J7c , with Juno
nt ; 4 < o discount , while there wassomo Inquiry
for March. The offerings of No. 2 regular
oats were small , and in store lots were sato-
nblo at 2-iKe , with trading principally by
sample.
The speculative market tor provisions was
most profoundly quiet to day. There was no
individuality to trade , and in the nbspimo of
outside orders , as well as local icatuies , the
situation was exceedingly tame and spirit
less. Tlio fluctuations in pi ices were not of
Bufllciont importance to awaken even the
sculping interest , and the closing prices on
the whole list were substantially the snmo ns
yesterday. For three whole hours the changes
In ) ) oi k were within n limit of So and in lurd
und ribs of 2 e. The opening llguros were n
little higher all around , pork showing a % o
advance at the start , what gave to the mar
ket its tnoro buoyant tone was the smaller
run of hogs than expected. The estimates
were for W.OOO head , but to-day's report from
the stockyards made the receipts only 10,000.
The clear and colder weather in this region ,
and the advunco In grain also helped to cre
ate a better fcollng. The trading , us for
some time past , was con lined largely to the
May option , nearer deliveries of product
being purely nominal much of thu time ,
CHICAGO IjIVB STOCK
CUICAOO , Jan , 17. | Special Telegram to
Tin : 13iB. | CvTn.K Tlicro was llttlo or no
change in the condition of the market , ns
compared with yesterday. Prices are so low
that there is no basis to make comparisons.
Ihoy nro lower than at any time In IbSS , and ,
BS it would scorn , lower again to dav , as
talesmen found moro difficulty In making
sales than yostcrdaj , reporting a further de
cline of lOo. The market closed last night
with at least 2,000 head unsold. Many con
signments were housed In hog pens and not
exhibited to uny ono. With the 2,000 loft ,
there were fully ns many on snlo ns yesterday ,
Which , with ah Increase of nearly 20,000 on n
run of 54,000 last week , explains why
prices nro down to the lowest notch on rec
ord , nnd trade "rotten , " Values arc every
where from 50 to COo lower than a wool : ago
to-day on the ordinary run of fair to good
tccrs , nnd it Is fair to state
that undesirable stock Is oven yet
lower than the decline noted above ,
Cow stock is 25i30o ( lower than last week.
and the pens arc full to-day und Belling at
ll.IMXii2.00 for common canners nnd (3.23(3 (
8.75 for good cows and heifers. In the gen
eral demoralization of tbo market the stacker
mid feeder trade has boon lost sight of und
there is llttlo or nothing going ou. Choice to
extra bcovci , Jf4.)0J1.75 ! ) ( ; medium to good
etcors. 1150 ! to 1COO Ibs , { 3.60(34 ( 25 : 1200 to 1350
Ibs , $ J.40 < 33.05 ; 9'X ) to 1200 lb , t2.lXK3a.30 ;
stooleurs and feeders , stronger , FJ.0@a.40 !
cows , bulls and mixed ! l.lH > $3.00j bulk , t . ' .25
® 3 D5 ; Texas steers , 3.GO < 3J.50.
Hoas The run dropped down from 23,000
yesterday to 15,000 to-day , which brought
ubout a sharp up turn of 6Q10o as compared
with the lowest prices of yesterday , aud a
food 60 avcraga advance , Tig bulk of the
mi toil sold nt J5 00(3 ( " > 115 , n few nttl.OOM.O > ,
nnd best honvy nt ? 50Vir5.10. one load nt
fo 1-Ki aid there rvrro fancy heavy on salf
for which salesmen were asking f5 13 , Light
sorts sold largely nt $ . " > OVuo 10 ,
KINANCIAL.
NF.W VOIIK , .Tun -fSpoclal Telegram
to THE Hnu -KTorKs l The stock market
opened somowliat steadier tills morning. The
first prices generally showed fractional gams.
The weak stocks of jcsterJay were the
stiongcst stocks to-tiny. The largest part ol
the transactions were confined to Lncha-
wnmin , Heading , Krio , Missouri Pacific , St
Paul mid Lake Shore- . ; The increase , of 00,000
for the second week of January helped St ,
Paul , nnd there wns considerable buying
around 05 The foreign houses were doing
very little In the market this moraine , Dela
ware t Hudson wns the feature after the
first hour , and advanced 2 per cent. The
buying as bv insiders , who were predicting
KXJ ns the figure for that stock In n short
time. The scntlni6nt continues bearish on
the rest of the coalers , however , and holders
continue to soil whpiievnr them Is n market
for their stock. A leading hear , speaking of
the Missouri Pacificsaid - "The Atchison
and Missouri Paeille's lines of road run to
gether to such an extent ns to make It clear
that conditions \\hich hu\e obliged the
former company to suspend altogether can
not afford much consolation to thu stockhold-
eisof the Litter. " The room trailers were
picking up Cotton Seed Oil. There has been
so mucli unfavorable tallt of Into regarding
this property that traders have become sus
picious that somebody was gradually absorb
ing its floating stock. U Is said th.it Jersey
Centr.il earned 7 per cent on their stock dur
ing the year of S from the trafllu and sales
of co.il At noon there was no snccinl fea
ture to the dealings nnd the market was
iUict ] nnd r.ithcr heavy at Insignificant ,
changes from the opening figures. The mar
ket was narrow during the af let noon , but
prices \\ero llrm There seems to bo quite n
short interest in St. Paul and Cotton Seed
Oil. The former commanded a small pre
mium for use Into in the day The commis
sion houses leport n very light tiado fioin
the outsiders , and the market was left al
most entirely to thu professionals. The ad-
vnnres of active stock show Delaware &
Hudson and Cotton Seed Oil , 2 ; Now Hug-
land , J j Mlssouii Pacific , ° ; Lake Shore ,
% . and St. Paul , ' 4 per cent The total
sales for tne day amounted to " 09,000 shines.
Tholollowinij WOIP the closing quotations :
MOSEY ON CILI , C.isj at y ( i2' jicr cent ,
lust Inin , 2 per cent.
PKIMB MKKCANTILK PAPER 4J/0)J per
cent.
STUIIIISO EXCIIANOK Dull , but firm ; sixty
oays , M.5 ! > : acmaud S-l.bSJi.
CHICAGO MAJIICUT.
Jan 17.Mieat Strong and
higher ; cash , UCVfc ; February , 07c ; Mav ,
51.011-1(1 (
Corn Firm ; cash , 34 1-lCc ; February
'H ll-IGc ; May , itrc.
Oats Steady ; cash , 21j < jc ; February.SM c ;
May , 27 KC.
Hit t-B.
Harley No trailing.
Prime Tiinothj $1.58.
Flax II C , ! .
Whisky-$1 ( .
Pork Ste.ulv ; cashand Februarytl2.S2 } < f ;
May , Ci3.in@tiyt. : \
Laid Ste.aly ; cabhf7.00 ; February , 17.0" ; ;
May , $7 20.
lour Unchanged nnd loc lower all around
in Minneapolis ; winter wheat , $2 riOC 5.50 ;
spring wheat , $1.70iTO ( 50.
Hulk Moats Shoulders , Jl.2V < TO ' 37' ' < f ;
short clear. ? 7.00C 7.121 : short ribs , ? 0.7 ( > .
Hutter Weak and dull ; cieaiuory , 10 ( < 8'-5i5 ;
dairy , 10 > ( i221c.
Choose Dull ; full cream chcddais , 10 % @
lie ; Hats , lltiflll'- ; Young Americas , ll4 }
Ergs-Quiet ; fresh , 15@10c.
Hides Steady ; neavy and light green
salted , fi e ; green , 4c ; salted bull , 4Mc ;
green bull , 4o ; green salted calf , O e ; dry
Hint , \4 \ C < ? 3c ; dry call , 7@8c ; dry salted
kip , 4c ; branded hides , 15 per cent off ;
deacons , 2" > ( S30c each ; dry salted. 7c.
Tallow Steady ; No. 1 , solid and cake ,
5 } o ; No. 2 , 4 } u ;
.Receipts. Shlnmcnts.
Flour , bbls 11,000 10,000
Wheat bu 9,000 12,000
Corn.ou 7,000 : ) 91,000
Oats , bu 53.00J 00,000
Now YTorlc , Jan , 17. Wheat Recoints ,
lr)0 ( ! ; exports , none ; market dull for snot ,
stronger with options ; No. 2 icd , OOJ OS
97'4i ) In elevator , 9v.fcjn'.iyc ) ( ' afloat , 5H5Jfcifi (
f 1 00 f. o b ; No. J red , OlJ c. Options
dull , firm and $ ? ( < $ % 0 higher , January closing
at Wc.
Corn Receipts , 105,834 ; exports , fi3,005 ;
spot moderately active and stronger , No. ! 3 ,
44'ii644 ' ( o in elevator ; -15u4iij ( c afloat ;
No. a , : i9@40Hc ; ungriulod mixed , 39 ( < SI5c.
Options nuict , At in and ' 40 higher.
Oats Kecelpts , 10,000 ; exports , 403 ; spot
fairly active and stronger ; options moro
active and ) t@l4 higher
Coffee Options opened steady and un
changed to 0 points up , and closed fi@10c
higher than yesterday Sales : 21,250 bags ;
January , fl5.BO@l5.55 ; February , * 15.-10 ;
March , $15yOiBlri.40 ( ; spot Hio , stronger ;
fair cargoes at # 17.1' ' } .
Petioleiim Steady ; United closed at S4Jfc.
Kpps Dull and weaker at 17i17 ( c.
Pork Dull.
Lard About steady ; western steam , $ r,50 ;
January , ( -7.45.
Uuttor Quiet and easy ; western , 13@20c.
Cheese Firm and moderately active ;
western , IKgll' e.
Cincinnati , Jan. 17. Wheat Dull but
firm ; No. 2 red , 11.01.
Corn Active ; No. 2 , mixed , 2"5Xc.
Oats Firm ; No. S mixed , 28 ( < ? .Jb'4C ,
Whisky-Steady at fl.0.1.
KHIIMIH City , Jan , 17 , Wheat Steady ;
No , 2 rod , cash , 03o asked ; May , 97 , ' c bid ;
No.2 soft , cash , 9 0 bid ; May , 08c bid.
Corn Quint ; No. 2 , cash , 25o bid ;
May , ! Wo bid.
Oats No 2 , cash , no bids nor offerings ;
May , 23 fu bid ,
Liverpool , Jan , 17 , [ Special Cablegram
to Tim HKK.-I ] : 30 p. m , closo.-Pork
In poor demand ; prime mess , east
ern , 73i 9d , dull ; prime mess , western , 05s ,
dull ,
Laid In poor demand ; spot , 37s Od , dull ;
January , USs , dull ; February and March , 37s
Od. dull.
Wheat In poor demand ; now No. 2
winter , 7s 2Xd dull ; do Hiring , 6s Id ,
uteady.
Flour In poor demand ; 12s , firm.
Corn In talr demand for spot nnd poor
demand for futures : spot , 4s 2d , easy :
January , -is lld , dull ; February and
March , 4s Id , dull ,
Mllwnukoo , Jan , 17. Wheut Higher ;
cash , 00o ; May , 04V < J-
Corn Dull ; No , 3 , 3lc.
Oats Quiet ; No.2 white , 2Sc.
Hyo Steady ; No. 1 , 4Sc.
Uarloy Lower ; No. 2 , 05c.
Provisions Higher ; pork , I12.S2X.
St. Louis. Jan. 17. Wheat- Higher ;
cash , 0394o ; February , 94'4'e.
Corn Firmer ; cash , S9&@JOo ; February ,
Oats Dull ; cash , 25o ; May , 27Vc.
Pork-Quiet nt t3 ! 12K.
Lard Dull ; cash , fOb7X-
Whisky Steady at f lOJ.
llutter Dull ; creamery , 23@25c ; dairy ,
20o. ,
Minneapolis , Jan. 17 , Sample wheat
moderately active ; receipts , 45cars ; ship
ments , 00 cars. Clorlngi No. 1 hard , January -
uary , 91.15 ; May , fUSJf ; nn T.ck , 11.10 ;
No. 2 northern , Januai 04 ; May ,
fl.OOK ; on track , tl.OSQi.ijj a north-
urn , Jnuunry , 93o ; May , lK'c ) ; 01 , track , 95
LIVE srouu.
Cliinnfto , Jan , 17 The Drovors1 Jour
nal reuorls as follows :
Cattle KccviptB , 13,000 ; market very low
but steadv ; choicetooxtrnbccvc .W.IWm I 7ft ,
strcri , f2' 0 ( < t4 J5 ; "lookers nnd feeders , $ J.'i ( )
Ml 40 , row hulls nnd mixed , $1 70rf3.UO , ,
Tc-xiis cattle , ( JtOfrnft )
Hogs-Heeolpts. lO.oOJ : market strong nuu
ftiMOo hljihcr ; uilvod.ViVOj ; heavy
f-i.wn is , light , < 405 < ir n , skips , n4o < a
500Sherp Receipts 4,000. market steady ;
natives , tJCOdiiOO ; western , corn fed ,
fl fiOj4 ( > 0 , Texans , $3Xl.rfl ( ( 30 ; lambs , fl 75
MO CO.
> atlonnl Stock VnriU , IJnst St.
Louis. Jnn 17 Cattle Hocclpts , l.HH ( ) ;
shipments , 40J ; market slow , choice lieax'.v
native steers , $ l20i tisi ; fair to good
native- steers , f.i.SOiil 3J , s'ockers nnd feed-
ores fair to good , -2 ( HmfJI.tO , rancors ,
corn fed , f t OOfcl J f > 0 , grass fed , U > 0 n J 70
Hogs Kocelpts , ! 1 * 00 ; shipments , 700 ;
market higher : choice heavy and butchers'
selections , $ . 00.i.110 , packing , t4 - 5 , cW ,
packing , l SOi MW , light grades ft M(8' ) ( .00.
KniinnH City , Jnn. 17. Cftttlo Hocelpts ,
2,700 ; shipments , 1700 , market dull ; beef
steers slow but steady , weak ; cows dull ;
stockers and fccdlni ; steers steady to a shade
lower , good to choice corn fed , $4 15074 . " 0 ;
common to medium , < 3 l.'f t U ) ; stockers
and feeding steers , f2.00f 3 30 ; cows , $1.2. ) @
2S )
Hogs Receipts , 7,4'X ) ; shipnionts , ! l,4Kl ( ;
maikct strong and active , nd . " > ( ! < lOe higher ;
good to choice , M W@l 05 ; couimou to
medium , M.GO-4.05. (
OMAHA ijtvij srooiu
Cnltlo.
Thursdav , Jan. 17 , IBS' ' * .
The market was bad enough for the re
ceipts to bo heavy , but it wns all on nccount
of the extro-ne demoralization piev.uling in
eastern markets. Tim receipts hero were
really too light to make a market ami stronger
prices under any other circumstances would
have been looked for. As it \ \ as tlio trade
opened very slow , and 110 trading was done
until afternoon , when about eveii thing
changed hands , but nt lower prices Homo
pi city irood cattle weighing rlpht around
13JO Ibs , sold at S3.o5 , otherwise the packers
paid * J 0"i.t ( ( 35. Cows sold mostly at f'J.Ol ) ( < ?
2 35 , but it required something pretty good
to bring the latter price. Thoio were only a
very few feeders , but they sold at $ ' WKjt
3 00. It appears to make no dlftorenco how
low beef cattle bell , feeders bring the same
money. _
The hog market was most unsatisfactory
for all concerned , buyers nud sellers alike.
Tlio fiesh receipts were very light ,
but there were about 3,000 hogs on
sale. Including those in the
hands of speculators. The trade opened
with u few strong hogs selling nt n llttlo
stronger prices , but the heaviest packers
wanted to buy their hogs nt prices steady
with yesterday's ' close. Salesmen wcio
generally asking moro money for their hogs
and the market was extremely slow. Now
and then a salesmen would weaken and sell ,
bnt the buyers remained llrm and would not
ratso their bids ; they would take them at
their own prices or let them alone. They
would pay ft.75 for good hogs , and something
extra would not bring any more. After
hammering away all day , the packers suc
ceeded in buying about 2,300 hogs. A few
loads sold at 8-1 bO and (4 b5 , und ono load at
$4.b7 } , but they were eai ly sales mostly.
The heaviest packers were the lightest buy
ers. in fuet if it were not for the smaller
packers who buy a regular number every
day , theie would bo no market. The sales
given below aio those sold from first hands ,
speculators sales not being tcported.
Sliccp.
There ' .vas a good sheep market hcie to-day
and it washiirhor. Sales were nindo 30c a bun
dled higher than last week. The rcccepts
were fair and they were all sold.
itcuuipts.
Cittlo . 300
Hofs . 1,151
Sheep . oOO
liivc Stock Notes.
Slicep biglier.
Light receipts.
Cattle market lower.
Top on hogs S4.87K.
Unsatisfactory markets.
Good many hoes carried over.
Tlio heavy run of cattle nt Chicago Is ruining -
ing tlio cattle market.
In order that there may bo no misunder
standing regarding commissions , tlio follow
ing from i-ulo IX. . as adopted by the stock
exchange , is published :
Section 1. The commission for selling live
stock ahull not bo less than the following
rates ;
Sea 2. Six dollars per car load for single-
dock car loads of hogs and sheep , and flO
per car load for douDJo-deck ear loads of the
same ; provided they arrive at these yards in
double-deck cars ,
See , U. Fifty cents per head for cattle of
all ages ; provided , such commission shall
not exceed $13 per car load ; and provided ,
further , that cows with sucking calves , when
sold together by the head , shall bo counted
as ono uuiinal.
Sea 4 , Six dollars per car load for cars
loaded with different species of live stock ,
unless such cars , contain a number of cattle
which , at 50 cents per head , would make the
commission on the entire car load exceed fO ;
In which event the commission for such entire -
tire car load of stock shall bo not less than
CO cents per head for each and every head of
cattle therein contained.
At Council
COUNCIL BLUFFS. la. , Jan. 17 , Hogs Re
ceipts , b cars ; quality fair to good.
hales Common , f4.70@1.75 ; peed mixed ,
$4.75@4.bOj good heavy , $4.0 ( < i4.fa5.
OMAHA WJIOhKSAIjH MAUKUTS.
Fruits , 1'roduoo , Ktc.
Prices are somewhat steadier , though quo
tations are virtually unchanged In the prod
uce market.
HUTTKU Creamery Fancy print , 2 < J@23c ;
choice print , 2J@25u ; fancy solid packed , 21
@ , > 2o ; choice solid packed , 18@20o. Dairy-
Fancy roll , 18(3200 ; choice , 10@18o : good , 13
® 15o : low trades , I0@18 < x
K(3S ( Strictly fresh , 15m 10 ?
Cnn r Full cream clifddars , choice , 12 (
I'i' i * . full crcnln lints'awo In hoop , IS' ii ?
13c. full cream Y. America choice. 12'tc (
13c ; off grades and skims , * > ( ii9c. llmburger ,
10i(12 ( < , i ; brick and Su Us , 14 i l.V.
Li\n Poll Tin -Chickens , per do ; , J'J 50rt (
? .75 , ducks , per do ; . $1 TncnilOO : geese , per
i\07 , t * 59@9 00. turkt'is , per Ib. ' ( ; tf
Dntssni ) Pol t.Tni C'lilckctiH , per Ib , ( V ? ?
turkojs , per Ib , Italic ; geese , per lb , 9
k.- . ducks , b < ji toe
Vir : - llcav.grassrrs. . i.M ) to 200 Ibs , OV2
O'jc ' ; Inferior calves , flu to 00 Ibs , 4in.'ic ,
medium to irood , 70 to s.ilbs , V > c , choice to
fancy , 100 to 130 Ibs , rANo.
GVMF Mallard , per do ; , $2 " (3)100 ( ) : red
head , per ilof'JSOfrMOO , teal , per doz ,
11 50 ( 1.75 : canvas b.icK pcrdor , tt Oc > ( g4 Ml ;
common small , per doz , tOOin \ 1 50 ; tabbits ,
per doz , 75cMl 00. Jack rabbits , per doz , f , ? 00
( ! ? 1.5J ; squirrels , pur doz , 75rtfl ( Oil.
Ai'Pi ns Per bbl. fancy New York and
Michigan , $2.50 , clioiii. , * 2 ( WW.5 ! ; choice
Missouri , * - ' 00 ( < ? 2 3ft , good , tl 5t > ( 'f1.75. .
CiuMiKiiniFs Capo Cod , choice , per bbl ,
* ! 0.Hi ( ( 10iiO ; fair , HI UX 'i 50 ; Hell At Huglc ,
choice , $ 'JOOfi9 ( 25 ; fair , fS.odiuS 75 ; Hell , t
Cherry , choice , $ s ( X(3S ) ( W ; sair , 17 25 ( < e7 .VI ;
FOIILIIIN Fin IT * Mmaga gropes , kegs , 40
to 55 Ibs , lOc per Ib ; bananas , per bunch'
$ l.50ut.OO ( : ; lemons , fnnci new , 300 or 300. s ,
$4.00M 50 ; choice old , JtHO , s , $3 00(2UiO : ,
oinngcs , Florida , fancy bright , iierbox , f350 ;
Florida russets , f3 25.
Nrrs Walnuts , OUi OOc ; peanuts , VS o ;
chestnuts. 4fn5c , cocoanuts , per 100 , $ , ViiUuf
0.0(1 ( , hiielnuts , 3ri(4rhickorynuts ; , small ,
$1 25ffl ( 50 , laige , ( > 0ot75o , pecans , plain , Ol
8c ; | K > lishpd , 9 nlOc.
VrnuT\ni is : Potatoes , Colorado mid ltnh ,
70 ( < t75c : Wyoming , 55ilGc ( ( ) ; Nebraska and
Iowa , choice lart'e. t5@)0i' , common , 30t < MOc ;
sweet potatoes , Jersais , per bill , S.I I'lKif J 75 ;
beets , per bu , f > 5 i ( > 0o , carrots , 35 ( < 40o ;
cabbaue , Calirornlu , per cralo , $ J . ' 5 ; par
snips , 5000c ( ; onions , red choice , 50@Y > c ;
Hllver skin , OticJS ; turnips , aiKu .Me ; uitaba-
gns , UValOo ; caulillower , choice large , per
do/en , SI 25 ( < rl 5(1 ( ; good , $1.00a ( ! . ' , ' ' > , radishes ,
! )5iplOc ) ( ; lettuce , 25i30c ( ; cueumbeis , $150 ;
BtiTng beans , per bov , ? 1 75f < i2 25.
Portouv Per Ib , lice , I'yfjJ.'t ; ; common ,
HOMV 1 Ib frames , choice white ,
dink , 14 ( < $ lt > c , strained , 10iJ12e. (
Jn.uiis 4 ( . l > o per Ibj preserves , 10(3)120 )
per Ib.
LAUD ' 'c. '
HIIIM Urccn , snlted , No. 1 , SfS.Vje ; No.
2 , 3n ( life ' ; calf , . "iCfW-tfc ( ? ; di v Hint , 5 ( 8c.
Hit Navies , hand picked , per bu , $ , ' 25
< i2.IO ; good clean country , ? 2.l)0a225) ) ( oil
or poor stock , $ l.OOil.uO ( ; California , ? J.OO
Ciiiru Michigan , per bbl , $4.5V ( 5 00 ;
New Yoik , per bbl , $5.UOt ; < 550 ; half bbl ,
f J.75it3 ( 00.
FB\rnnus Per Ib , prime l\e ! geese
white , 3i ) < ii35c ; mixed with gray , 20ii25c ;
damp and musty , I0(520e ( ; pnnio live domes
tic duck , 'J0ft25o ( ; wild duck , 15ii20c. (
Sti'isn Kiui'T Per bbl 30 gal , choice.
M.50 ; per half bbl , < 2 50.
Groccra1 List.
Ueviscd pi ices are ns follows :
HAOOISII Staik A , seiimless , 22c ; Amos-
kcap , seamless , 17Ke ; Lewlstown , A , seam
less , 19c ; American , seamless , 17c ; bin laps ,
1 to 5 bu. , lltcHe ; gunnies , single , 13c ; gun
nies , double , 20c ; wool sack , iSiv.
T\MM s Flax , 3So ; extrasull , 20@21c ; sail
13 , 20G'21c ; cotton , 22c ; jute , Oc.
DHIKII FatiTS Figs , in bo > cs , per Ib , 13@
lOc ; dates , In boxes , 7@10o ; Lo..dou Malaga
lajcr laisins , per bov , $ J50k 370 ; Malaga
loose raisins , f J.30@IJ.50 ; new Valencia rai
sins , per Ib. SJfe ; California loose muscatels ,
per box , S20U ( < f210 ; ' California Londons ,
18bb , ? J40 ; pitted cherries , per Ib , ISe ; Cali
fornia pitted nlums , per Ib , 12ul3c ( ; diied
blackboiiios , i > er Ib , TJ @bc ; dried raspboi-
nes , per Ib" 2125c ( / : evaporated apples , 7S ( ' < !
sc ; California sun-dried peaches , l.'lc ; Call-
loini.v unparcd evapoiated ) ) paches , 14c ;
evaporated California apricots , ISo ; cur
rants , ( l'jV(7c ( ( ; Turkish juuncs , 5fi5J ( c ; cit
ron , 2Joc2lo ; orange peel , 15c ; lemon peel ,
liu ; California French prunes , ll ( < $ lic. (
Pit M.tsMedium , in bbls , J")00 ; do , in
half bbls. J3 00 ; small , in bbls , Sii 00 ; do , in
half bbls , S3 50 ; gherkins , in bbls , 17.00 ; do ,
in half bbls , $4 Oil.
Con-hE Mocha , 25S27c ( ; Uio , Bood.1Sfi >
lo ! ) ; Manaahling , 2 ( i2bc ; roasting Uio , 17 ( < ( >
18c ; O. G. Java , 24@Jiio ; Java , interior , 2J
23c ; Kio , fancy , 21A22o ; Santos and Mara
caibo , 17dM9c ; Arbuckles , 22c ; McLaiiKli-
lin's XXXx. 22 ic ; German cofTeo , Si
per Ib.
Si OAK , Granulated , % c ; conf A , 7 | < c ;
white extra C , 7' c ; extra C , i'g'c ; jellow C ,
OXo ; powdered , b | c ; cubes , 8J < Jc.
ULCJWAChoicu yellow , 20iT22'4'c ( ' , dark
colored , 13@l4c.
Toiucco Plug , 2i@35c ( ; smoking , 10@90c.
S\i.r $1.3jjgl.40 ( per bbl.
Horc 7-1(1 ( , 14 0.
Mvi-Li ; Srcuii Uricks , ll@12c per Ib ;
penny cakes , 12 ( > 13c per Ib : pure maple
syrup , $1.00 per gal.
TrAS Young Hyson , common to fair , 1S@
25c ; YOUUR Hyaon , good to fancy , 3o@5 * > c ;
Gunpowder , common to good , 22a25c ( ; Gun
powder , choice to fancy , 40(20)c ( : ; Japan
common to medium , 15fe20o ; Japan , choice
to fancy , 30@45c ; Oolong , common to good ,
100-1350 ; Oolong choice to fancy , 50ij70c ( ;
Imperial , common to medium , 25@3jc ; Im
perial , good to fiancy , 40G50c.
CHACKCIIS 0@7c per Ib ; assorted cakes ,
Sg'i5o ( per Ib as per list.
CANDI Mixed , 9K@12 c ; stick , 0 > < Jf ( ?
lie ; rock candy , lOJ QtlJo ; fancy candy ,
7u ( > 2Sc.
HOI.UNK IIl'.UHINO 90C.
COD
Dry Goods.
COTTON FI.IX.VRLH 10 per cent dls. ; LiT > ,
5Hc ; CO. OJ e ; SS , 7e ; Nameless , 5o ; HX ,
Ibc ; U , 19c ; No. 10. 8KcNo. ; 40 , 10'2'c ; No.
IV,1 , 12330 ; No. SO , 13 } < e ; No. 30 , coloied. 9c ;
No. 50 , colored , 12c , No. 70 , colored , 12 } c ;
Hustol , 12 c ; Union Pacific , 17c.
CAUPUI WAIIT Hid , white , 19c ; coloied ,
22c.
22c.UATTS
UATTS Standard , 8c ; Gem , lOc ; IJeauty ,
12 > ic13oonu ; , 14c ; H , cased , 5(1.50. (
PHISTS Solid colors Atlantic , Co ; Slater ,
Oc : Berlin oil , Wtc\ \ Garner oil , (5@7o. (
PIIINTS I'lnkimd Robes Allen. Cc ; River-
) > olnt , 5J o ; Stool River , 0 } u ; Ulchmond ,
iiMo ; Paeiilc , 7c.
PltlNTS Dress Charter Oak , 5 , ' c ; Ram-
ape , 4l4c ; Lodi , 5o ; Allen. Oc ; Richmond ,
do : Windsor , 0'ic ; I ddystone , 0c ; Pucnic ,
0)60.HI.EACIIL
HI.EACIIL ; ! ) SHI.KTI.NO Hcrkeloy cambric ,
No. GO , 9kTc ; Host Yet , 44 , O&c ; butter
cloth , OO , 4'fo ; Cabot , 7c ; Farwell , half
bleached , 8 > Jc ; Fruit of tlio Loom , 9c ;
Greene G , tiiIlopo ; , 7 0 ; King Phillip
cambric , lie ; Lonsilule cambric , 14c ; Lous-
dale , bJic ; Now York mills , 10 } c ; Peppcrell ,
42 in , Ho ; Peppcroll , 40-in , 12o ; Pcppeiell ,
0-4 , lc ( ! ; Pepjierell , 8-4 , 21c ; Popporcll , 9-4 ,
ffilo : Peppcroll , 10-1 , 25o ; Clinton , 4-4 , 8 > o ;
Triumph , flc ; Wamsutta , lie ; Vnlloy , 5c.
FIAXEIJI.S Plaid Raftsmen , "Oc ; Gosnen ,
2 o ; Clear L like , ycjtfc ; Iron Mountain ,
rj.i\VELS Whlto-OH , No. 2 , Jf ,
GH , No. 1 , > tf , 20o ; HH , No. 2 , % , Vi oUII. \ .
No. 1 , , 30c ; Quceheo , No. 1 , % , 4.'c.
COHSKT JE\NS AnUroscoifgln , 7 ye ; ICear-
surge , 79fo ; Rockport , GVo ; Conestoga , OWfc.
TICKS York , 30-lp < 12K i YorJf , 3Jin ,
; Swift ilver. We ; Thorndiko , OO ,
8 0 ; Thorndiko , KE , $ e ; Thorndiko. 120 ,
\\yta \ \ ; Thorndiko , XX 15c ; Coidis , No. 5 ,
0 > fc ; Cordis , No. 4 , 10JKO
Amoskeag , t oe. I6yc ; Everett , 7
oz , UJtfo ; York. 7oz , 43 'c ; Haymnkor ,
.Taffroy , XX , ll o ; , Baffroy XXX , 12K ;
Bnaver Creek AA , 12o ; Hea.\or Creek U13 ,
lie ; Uoavor Crook CC(10o. (
KEKTUCKI JIUNS Memorial , IBc ; Dakota ,
ISc ; Durham , Zl o ; Hercules , 18u ; Leam
ington , 22 o ; Cottswold , 37
* . ' j , mui
SIU , 12 0.
it's Table on cloth , $2.50 ;
plain Holland , 9 > o ; D.nlo Holland , 12 > < o.
HitowN SnuEriNO Atlantio _ A , 1-4 , 7' '
( So : _ . . .
% w
44VIUDIL ; ! J.4U , 'l-l. UU i 1IJUII11I J1UUU , 1 * * ) , * /4 C ,
Lawrence LL , 4-4 , Oe ; Old Dominion , 4-4 ,
5 > tfc ; Pepporell H , 4-4 , 7e ; Pcpperoll O , 4-4 ,
9ic ; Popperell , 8-4 , 18Mo ; Pepiicroll , 9-4 ,
21d ; Pepperell , 10-1 , 2kUtlca C , 4-4 , 4 o ;
Wnchusctt , 1-t , 7 0 ; Aurora It , 4-4 , 7o , Au
rora H , 4 4c , 0 > io ,
DUCK West Point , 20 In , 8 oz , 10 } < o ; West
Point , 29 in , 10 oz , 12 c ; West Point , 29 In ,
12 oz , 15o ; West Point. 40 in , 11 o * , lOc.
F/.ANNF1 s Hoil C , 24 In , lS ) < o ; E , Si In ,
21)4'o ) ; 00 , 21 In , 20o ; HAP , ) ( , 25o ; JHF , ,
* * * * * *
m
GINOII.UI Plunkott checks , 7 > jo ; Whitten-
ton , 7Hc York , 7Kc ; Nonnandi dress , t > Ku ;
lienfrow dress , b ) < ( ! l2 > c.
UAMIIIIICB Slater , 5o ; Woods , 5o ; Stand-
aril , 5c ; Peacock , 5c.
PjtiSTO , I.NDKio HI.UK Arnold , OUo : Amer
ican , OJi'o ; Gloucester , 0 > 4'c ; Arnold C , long
jlotb , Oc ; Arnold 13 , long cloth , lO fo ; Arnold
Gold Spftl , lOifrStcifel A. 1'Jc ; Windsor
Gold Ticket , V , i-
_
MotnU nnd ' ! timers Stock.
Hloek tin , small pig . $ 2 $
Hlock tin , bar . . . i'i '
Copper , planl < licd boiler sl"S. . . . H
Copper , cold rolled . 31
Copper , shontlntr . 30
Copupr , pitts . 30
Copper , lints . 31
Gal sheet iron , .luniata. 50-10 und
5 per cent discount.
Pat plnnlshcd iron , 21 to 27 A. . . . 10'
Pnt planished Iron. 24 to 27 11. . . . ! HS'
Rooting , 1C , 140) , 112 shoots . . . . 0 00
Hooting , IX , 14\20 , 112 sheets. . . 751
Rooting , 1C , 2ix2S. ) 1 12 Mipcts . 11 ( K )
Roofing. IX , 20\2\ 1 12 , slcts. . . . 14 50
Sheet iron .N'O. tS ! . JLAd
Sheet Iron No. 27 . H < W
Solder . Wt < &W (
Tin nlnto. best charcoal
1C , 10x14 , 225 sheets . r,50 ,
IX , I0x 14 , 2-5 sheets . b 25
Tin plate , coke
1C. lUxlM , 2J5 shoots . II 'i'i
Steel nails , per kec . 2.25
Steel wire mills , per keg . 2 N"I
Iicntlior.
Hemlock solo , CVit2Sc ( per Ib ; oak sole , 33
( it'Wic per Ib ; oak harnpis , 30jft.e ( ; ! per Ib ;
elected onk and ti uoo , 3tS35c ( per Ib : onk
nnd hemlock upper , 20 ( J'p per loot , hem
lock calf skin , No 1 , & 0i'.Kc ) per Ib , accord
ing to weight ; oak call skin , No. 1 , I'lMs ' ?
* 1.H ( ) per Ib ; Phllalolphia calf skin , extra ,
? l.Kil ( ) ( luprr Ib ; iieuilock kip sitin , No. 1 ,
WKifTOo per Ib : ouk kip skin. No 1 , 70oili. )
liurlb , PhlladPlplila kip skin , pxtrn , bOw'inc
jier Ib , French culf skin ( iiivoiding to
weight nnd quality ! , ? 1 15 ( < rl.75 pcrlb ;
French kip skin , do , MH'@J1 1(1 ( per Ib ; Cor
ilovuii russet , IV ; satin finish , 20o per foot ;
welt lo.ithei' , f , 50013.00 per side ; tuoioccos
( pcbblegoat ) , .Mot We per foot ; inoiO'-eos ,
boot loir , 2"ii ( too per foot ; glove calf skins ,
20f > lOcpor loot ; Dongoln kid , IWdflOo per
loot , kaugur'oo skins , -lOot'ilK * per foot , uu
cording to quality , toppings , fb.iKlin 10.00 per
doyen , linings , f."i.00 ( 9 00 per du/en ; apron
skins , tlU.WiM 12.00 pur do/on.
First nnd second clear , 1'4 ' in . $4 ! ) WMJIl 00
First and second clear , 1U , ; in. . 47 ( Klruol ) 00
Uhird clear , iy in . 43 00m 40 ( H )
A select , l 4ifP ( m . , 7 ( K )
Uselcet , l'4rtl' . in . ! dU
A stock boards , l2m It ! ft , 12 In. . 4f ( M )
U stock boards , l.VMH ft , 12 In. . 41 ( H )
C stock bannls , 12@li ( ft , 12 In. . 3H 00
D stock boards , 12 ( It ! ft , 1'J in . . 2.J 00
Flooring , lirst conmion , 0 in . . . 31 ( Kl
Flooring , second common , 0 in . 31 00
Selpct fencing flooring . 19 00
Siding , first couimou , 1(5 ( ft . 23 00
Siding , second common . 19 00
Common boards . 13 00 ® HI 00
Fencing , No. 1 , 18M20 ft . 1C , 5@lb ( ) 00
Fencing , No. 2 , 12 , 14 ( < ? 1C , ft . . . 14 OOfjJir 00
Joist , and scantling , 2x4 , 14 ( < ? li ! ft 10 00
Timber , 4x4 , Sx8 , 12 ® 10 ft . . . . 17 00
Pickets , U and II Hat . 23 (10 (
Pickets , D nnd H square . 1:2 00
Shingles , extra A . 2 bO
Shingles , standout A . 2(0
Sath . 2 40
O G Halts 2' < T in . 35
O G Halts , p'iVJ , SI b . 00
3-in well tubing , D and M bov . ' 22 00
THE KUAIiTY MAIIICCT.
IiiHtriinientH rinceil on Uocoril Dur-
iiitt YcHtonl.iy.
It E Onyloril , Tr , to II I ) U\ans lots 10 , 11
and W , bliitkllurllngton I'liue . 1 3,65
Win Me\ers to Chas llln/ , lot "I , Hum-
bolilt I'lnco 3'Ti
Tlie Jlutual Trust Co to II Crlttcnden , lot
- ' . ' , block 1. Northlleld 'J.'j
The Mutual Trust Co to M Crlltendcn , lot
iM , Dlock4 , Noithllrld. . . i J5
S II II Llnrk , Tr , to John Ahmansoii , lot
Ifi. block S , \ \ est hlilo . . OS
I'Now itto.M h Iliutlctt , lots U ami 15 ,
blockMai yslife. . . ! ! ,000
J 11 llununte , Ir , to 12 Hlclielittl , lotsH , 11
and I1- , block 14. lloillord I'lntu J , 7)0
C K 'I'm nor anil husband to U Lewis , lot
3 , ljlock-1. Summit 1'liico 2,700
(5 A larente unit wlfo to U llfclcer , lot
l.lniliiucst E mid , South Oinnlm. 1,000
II IComilzoiuid wlli-to.M I ) Oliver , lot 1 ,
block ) , Kouut/u I'luco t
H KoiuiUu and vlfe to A Until , lot 7blotK
is , K mnt76 Pluci ) . 1
II Kount7e and ifo to M I ) Olh er , lot 2 ,
blork&l , Ioia4. fiiimlR , blotk JO , lot 11 ,
block , ) ) , Kountzu 1'laco . . 1
11 Kountzc to A Huth , lots II mid 7 , Uock
2o , lot 10 , block M , lots 3 iiml 7. block 30 ,
nnil lot S , block Do. Kountzo I'lacc. . . . 1
C Kountze and husband to I ) JJavls , a lot
l.iOxlTOat nv cor lot 10 , block 7 , I'orest
. Hill 8,000
II Kountze and v Ifo to A Kountro , lot 18 ,
block 1) , Kounf/o.V Itiith's ailil. . . 1
A Kouutzo et nl to C 11 Kountze , a H lot
4"i anil nil lot 4 > .
A Kouiuzo ct nl to C U Konnt/e , sH lot 7
nnd nil 8. n ' , , lot .land all 111. blku . . . . 1
A Kouut/o et al to C II KounUu , n ' { s ' /
lot 5 , Kountzo'.is Idthst mid , blk "M . 1
A Kountzo et al to C II Kount.se , 7 lots ,
Kountzo iV Knth's add . . . 1
11 Kountze et ill to A Kouutze , s ' , ; lot 5 ,
blki'o'i. ' Cof O . . . . 1
H Kount7o et nl to A Kountzo , U lots In
Kount/o's fi 10th st add . .1
II Koniuzoct ul 10 A Kountzc. lot HI. In
A Kount7e's add . . 1
II Kount/o ct ill to A Kountzo , 41 lots In
Kountzo A , ituth'H add . l
II Kountze ot nl to A Kount/o , 7 lots in
Kountzo ft Itulh's add . . , 1
II Kount70 ft nl to A Kouiit7e , lots 4 , C
and 11 1 , blk 2 , Kount7a'.s K ItHh st add . 1
II Knuntzo ot al to A Kountze , lot 81 In A
Kountzo's add . . . . ]
II Kountzo ot nl to A Kountzo , n ' , { lot ! > ,
blkliVJ , ( 'oronmlm , . . . . 1
William G Albright and wlfo to 1 31 Chapman -
man , lot 3 , blk .J7 , Albi ight'i Choice , bo
Uiniiha . . . . GT > 0
W illinni .1 1'mil to l1 W White , n 50 rt lot
37. Ilorbach's2d add , oxt'd 7,000
C W White loJ W ( "ovell , n f/J ft lots , blk
7. Horb.ich's "il ndd oxt'd . 7.0W
1 > O lllmiiluughotMl to I ) Gowdy , lot ,
blk Id , Onmh.i Hlghts. . . 4'J5
SO Patrick to J M Lowe , 17 lots In Pat
rick's ' 'd add . . .
So Omaha hind Co to U AHubbnrd , Iota.
blK Ml. So Omrlw . . . . 687
Thlity-threo tmiisfeis
A Secret
of good health in found in tlio regular
moycinont of the bowolb and perfect no
tion of the livoi1. These organs were
intended by nuturo to remove from the
system all impurities. If you are con
stipated , you oiler u "htiinding invita
tion" to a whole family of diseases and
irregularities which will surely bo ' 'ac
cepted" and you will liavo guests un
welcome and determined. All those
unhappy conditions may bo averted by
tlio timely IHO of Dr. LIGICO'I Pleasant
Purgative Pellets. Powerful for the
effectual regulation of tlio bowels and
liver , establishing a healthy action of
the entire wonderful organism with
which wo are created.
Jlowure oCBcrnlud CnkcH.
Globo-Dumocrot : "I was once en
gaged in the baking business , " said aNew
Now York city man recently. "You
would bo surprised at the deceit prac
ticed in some bakeries. A competent
baker can toll in a minute whether or
not the ingredients used in tlio making
of a cake are pure. If a cnko is scouted
witli something pleasing to the smell
you can make up your mind that tlio
cake was thus scented to kill the odor
of bad eggs that were used in the mak
ing of it. Ono time I worked in a largo
baking establishment in Now York city
where barreled lime eggs were tided ex
clusively in making pastry. Tlio bak
ers had strict orders from the proprie
tor * of the establishment not to waste
an oggoven though it was bad , and I
toll you many sick liino eggs are found
in a barrel. I have scon as many as site
bad eggs put into ono cake , The hcont
used killed the smell , and only export *
could detect the trick after tlio cake
was baked. Tainted moat is alpo u.scd
by some conscienceless bakers in mince
pies. I was discharged at ono
plneo because I refused to use
meat for mince iiios that I would
not have been guilty , of feeding to a
dog. All bukoi-b are not alike. There
are men who buy the best for the manu
facture of their broad and pastry , but
somehow the inferior a tut ! finds ready
sale. The people should hocomo edu
cated , so as to toll the dlll'oronco between -
tweon good and bad cako. Let them
bovvaro of purchasing pastry that is
scented , and soon the bakers will dis
cover that their trick is exposed , nnd
they will resort to purer stuff in the
manufacture of their wares. A law
should bo passed in regard to this matter -
tor , whereby pastry inspectors would see
to it that wholesome ingredients uro
used. "
AgrTcuTuirnT nvVpTomontSt
*
CHURCHILL PARKER ,
JcalGrinAgriciillurallDiplcineiits , Wagons ,
ntrlaecsnnil llurelM , li ir ? tirct b
Kill Oiimhk Vpt > i kfi.
LINUMGER & METUvNLF CO. .
t\gricDllnralIinplcinonlslWaioiisCarriagci \ ) (
Klc. WholvsMe
Wliolnnlc l > ti\lor * In
Agricrillnral Implements , ons& Bnggic
NI , tin. HK nnil WJono sired , Onifttin.
P. P. MAST & CO. .
Mannfectnrcrs of BncKcye Drills , Scedcis
Cultivator * , lit * llnkfi. Oiler Mills unit 1 ulmn 1'u
Torlion Cor llln mul .Nicholas Mrnt .
WINONA IMPLEMENT CO/i /
Whole ! o
Agricultural Implements , Wagons & Bnggici
OMAHA 11HANC1I.
J. F. SEIBERLINQ . CO. ,
Akron , Olilo.
Harvesting Machinery and Binder Twine ,
W R Meml , Mnnnjcr. linicarenwiirlhsU Onmlm
MOLINdMlLBURNASTOOD AKD Co
.Mntiufoctim'rs niuUpl'lu-rs In
Wagons , Buggies , Rates , Plows Etc ,
Cor. 9th nnJ 1'nrlllc sirecli. Omnhn. Nob.
Artists' Mntorlnle. _
A HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
Onmtm
JBookoollors nnd Stationers ,
H. M , & S. W. JONES7
Succes or trt A. T. K > njron A Co. , WliKlvBiilo A Ilctnll
and Stationers ,
Fine Wedding SHiMnn r > , Coiiimcrclnl Stulloncry
lirj lontl iStroel Oinnlm , .Nut , .
Boots find Shoaa.
KIRKENDALU , JONES & CO. ,
( Miccoior * to Htoil , Jonci A lo )
WholesalGManufactoKofllootsandSlioes
AuenUlu'lloitnn llubhcr Shoo < ' 111)5,1104 ) A HIM
lUrnor St. , Omuba. ) brttakll.
W. V. MORSE fc CO. .
Jokers of Boots and Slices ,
1101 1103-1104 DouBlm Si. Oinnlin Manuluctorf , Sum
mof-t. lit nun.
J. J. JOHXSOA' A < 0. ,
Manufacturers of Lime ,
Anil * lili | | < i < n ol I'oil , Coak , Ceini'iit. riislrr , lima
li ln Tlio unU terror 1'lpo. Ulllcr , 318 S Utb
St , Oiiinhu , > eb. TdcpUonu bit.
Dry CoodB ana Notions &
M. E'SMITH A co. . "
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions.
110 ? anil 1101 DotmlM. Cor llth St .Orantia. Neb.
KILPATRICK-KOCH DRY.COODSCo
Importers and Jobbers in Dry GooflsNotions ,
Cents' FuruUblnK Hood , Cnnior lltli nud HaJuer
St , Utuntin. PttlirMhn.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. .
Snippers of Coal and Cote ,
SHonlh nth t. Orrnt n Wl > .
HELIN. THOMPSON & CO.
i nnil Jiiuticrf of
Woolens and Tailors' ' Trimmings ,
317 Smith 15th btrcct.
Furniture.
DEWEY & STONE.
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Faruaui Street. Oiualin.'jraska
CHARLES SHIVER1CK ,
Furniture
Omaha , Nebraska.
Coffooa , Spices , Etc-
CLARKE COFFEE CO. ,
OmnLm toOee nnil Spice Mllli.
Teas. Coffees , Snices , Baking Powder ,
FlaYtirlng Kitructi , Lnuuilry nine lnk , Ktc HI-
KlbllarniiT Street , Omaha. Nabm li .
Crockery and
W. L. WmCHT.
Agent for tlio Manafftcturera anil Importciaof
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Chimneys
Ktc Office,317 B llth bl. , OniHUn , Ncbrnskn.
PERKIN3 , CATCH &LAUMAN.
IniDorlura and Jobbers of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Silverware
Etc. 1514 tcrnmSt.i\OT Pcxton Bnlldlnc.
Commleslcn and Storage-
'RIDDELL & RIDDELL/ "
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Spccialtlcc Pi'iiwr I'ri rhnp n IVnltry , Game ,
112 Howard Street , Omaha.
GEO. SCHROECER & CO. ,
Successors to McShane i , Sclirociler )
Produce Commission and Cold Storage ,
Oniuha.
Coal , Coke nnd Limo.
O'MAHA COAL" COKE & LIME'CO. ,
Jobte of Hard and Soft Coal ,
309 South 13th Slrcut , Omftlin , Nclirnika.
CrocorioB.
OAL'LAGH
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
705,7W , 709 and 711 B lOtli St. , Onmbn , Nob.
McCORD , BRADY U CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers
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Hi and I envonwnrth Strcotf. Omaha , Ncbratkc.
Honvy i ardwarp.
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Heayy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
SprlngaVnuon HKirk , Iliinlwnro. Lumber , Etc. 1201
and 1V1I Ilnrncy titruol , ( Juiolia
HIMEBAUCH &TAYLOR.
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop ,
Tools nnd Iluiralo Pcnlei IUX > Douului
titruvt , Omalia , NnLrnslin ,
RECTOR. W I LHE LMY & CO. .
Wholesale Hardware ,
Cthana Ilnrner Ht , Omalm. \ti-itornAncuti
lor Aunlln PowilerCo , Jvilumon bteul .Nulls ,
_ _ I'klrbaiiki " tilnniUrU Hrnli'i
LEE , CLARKE" , AN DRCESEN HAHD-
WAKE COMPANY ,
Wholesale Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plate.
Metals , Mii > Ft Iron , eti1 AKonts for Howe Sralei ,
udor unai.yinuii llailiedvlie ,
Umahu , Nubiasha.
Lumber.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. ,
All Kinds of Building Material at Wholesale
18U Street anil Union I'liclHe Track. Onuli .
LOUIS BRADFORD
Dealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sasti ,
Doom , Etc. Y ril - Corner 7th und Doiwlas. Cornel
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IJtUuud Jliutim
T. W. HARVEY UUMBER COTe
To Dealers Only ,
Offlco , 1(03 ( Farnarn Btrect , Omaha ,
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Etc ,
Imported anil American /'ortlaml / Cement Ht t (
Agunt Jgf lllhTaiikon lljilrnullo CVlfltol. uud
( juliur Wtilto l.luie.
CHAS. R. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwood Lnraher ,
Wood Ctrpeti and 1'irc.uul I'lgorlog. ttli aaa Douglu
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LUMBER.
C. N. DIETZ , 4
Dealer in All Kinds of Lumber , '
loth nml Otlifornln Strcot ,0iuha , Nebraska.
KHLD W L.UAV.
Lumber Lime Cement Etc Etc
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Corner CtbnnJ loucln . ' 'l .Ounhiu
Mllllnory nnd Notions ,
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I. OBURFELDEH * CO. ,
IrAporters& Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
x iinmiiUimonth IIIVi Slri-et.
Hnte , Cnpa , Etc.
W. L. PARI10TTE
Wholesale Hats , Caps and Straw Goods-
1117 Ma riicr Street. Oinnhn. Nob.
MARKS BROS. SADDLERY CO ,
\ \ holonnlo MamifnctimT * of
Saddlery & Jobbers of Saddlery Hardware ?
Ami l.cnlber 1UVI , UiXi n , l 1I7 ( ( llMTivy BU , Omaha.
Notions
J/T. RoBTNSON NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing ; Goods
< ll nml ttVifkuth loth m Omaha
VINYARD & SCHNEIDER ,
Notions and Gent's ' FiirniSuing Good ? ,
_ HVi llHrm'T Mroof. Dunlin _
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Overalls. _ , WJ
CANFIKLD MANUFACTURING CO. *
Manufacturers of ( trails ,
Jeans I'imis. Muif. Kto 1 102 nml lloi l > ouil s Street ,
Ouinliiu Jiofo
" _ Office Fixtures. k
THIS SlilMOSMH MANlTArrUlUNQ CO.
of
Bank , Office and Saloon Fixtures ,
Mantle Milehonr I' , Hook Cases , Druir HxtiroVnU
r ui I'liitmmti linllliii : , CiiniilcrH , llocrnndWInn
Coolnrt * . Mliroi * et < I tu Inr urn1 itmri * , 1730 nutl 1 J3
Mmlli Uih HI , oumtiii Tclupliono 1UI.
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Oils-
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CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
WMsale Refined and Lubricating Oils , ,
A i In tiri'iMiu , Ktc , Omaln. A.It Ul > hni < . Manner
Pnlnts and OB. | | " -
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"CUMMINGS & NEILSO"N ,
VVIiole'nla Dcnlorn In
Paints , Oils , Window Glass , Etc ,
HIS Fiunam Street. Omnhn , Nob.
Paper.
CARPENTER PAPEH CC.Y
Wliolesale Paper Dealers ,
furry n nice mock of Printing. Wrnii1iiit nnd Wrltln *
ra , r broclnl Htluiitlon Klrcn to < Hr loml imlcrn
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Storage , Forwarding & Commission
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ARMSTnONG. PETTIS , V CO
Storage , Forwarding anil Commission ,
Brunch Iniuio of the lluittiuy llimtir Co. HiiL-gii-nat
Mliulo aleinuln > lilll M lilOinul 11U Izanl Street ,
O'llHllll Mvleplinu * * No 77J
Browors-
STORZ&JLER ,
Laser Beer Brewers ,
IWlNortli HlBtlUiontli Street , Omnhn. Vcli
_ Cornloo.
EAGLE CORNlCE WOnKS7
Mannfactiirers of Galvanized Iron Cornice-
Window CMIS | iiml met illu . .
Jens KIM Mini , Proprietor.
1Mb Ullll llUSOIltll l.'lll ttKl't.
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Printers' Materials.
WESTERN NEWSPAPER
Auxiliary PulJlisliers ,
Paper Boxes.
JOHN" ? wiLKi ,
Proprietor Omalia Paper Box Factor/ ,
Nos. 1317 nml 11111 IJou lnii Bt . , } mitlia. Nek.
_ Rubber Coeds- _
OMAHA RUBBER CoT '
Manufacturers and Dealers in Rntto Goods' '
Pll Clotliliig anil Leather llcltlnit. 1CKX ) 1 nrnuui btreat.
Sash , Deere , Etc.
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M. A. DISBROV f. CO. .
Wholcsiilo Mnnir.ctiirornof
Sasli. Doors. Blinds and Monlffings.
Uritpcli blUco , 12Ui and Ininl blri'cls. Oin.ilin , Neb. '
Manufacturers" Sash , DoorT Bniflv
, iiililliiKs , Stair Work nnil Interior Ilni'l WL.O ! I im
all. SI.U. to rue i stlinml I iMivcnwurlli hCrci > ti ,
Olllflllll. JkOU.
FlttioRs , Pumps , Etc i
A. I. . STRANG CO. , " v |
Pumps , Pipes and Engines ,
5tc'"n- ' ' ' - Elc-
CI-1UHCHILL PUMP CO.
holcsaiGFmnps > .Pipol Fiiiings.
Slcam nnd Walcr Bmiiillos TTi n'loiiarlir * for Mat.
U. S. WIND ENGINE & PUMP CO. .
and Water Snpplies ,
il MlllR 018 und IO1 Fnmnm Bl. . Oiuulis.
U , I . Ituaa , AcllDi { > liinuiicr ,
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Engines , Boilers anil General Machinery.
sheet Inm Work Ptenm l'iiui
| > Snw MIK . Hlrljll
UiiTiMnrnrlli Him ii
Iron _
STAM BOILEfwORKS ,
Cnttor .ll-oii. 1'rnp 9 Miiniifiuturer * of all kinds
Steam Boilers , Tanks and Slice ! Iron WorK
Works t-niilli JOlli nncMI. , V.M Cromlnir.
I'AX'KW A VIKICI.INU 1UO.N WOIIKS.
ffroiight anil Cast Iron Building Wort
UnKlnpn. llra Work Ooncritl I omidiy , Muolilnound
llluilniuuii Woik uiliiunniluiki , U. 1' . Uy.
anil 171U SUcU , Oraiiliu ,
to IHUN WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railings
) o k Ilnlli , Window ( JuuriK Motvur Slnnfls , Wlro
tlKn ! , IClc. IU Nurlli Iftli Hlrcnt.Oiiiulia
OMAH"A SAFrFancl IRON WORKS ,
Man'frs ' of Fire & Burglar Proof Safes
( null' . Jail Work , lion mil Wlro rVnclriw , HIKIII. KUJ.
d AinlrcHii. I'nni'r Cur lllliiiml Im k ) n l * , _
IRON and WIRE WOni < 3
ron and Wire Fences , Railings , Guards
mil Screens , for bank * . oMIoes torc" nil'lencei.nto ,
luipnivpd Auiilni : > I ociiiinlth Mu lilnurr nud
Jllacktuilili Works. ilt > uiilh lull Ht. _
JanAciinn A wiiiTM aiiE ,
Pire and Burglar Proof Safes , Time Locks ,
Auonts for Dlubulil tfulii nnii I.yck Oumpunjr' *
V'uulli und JullVurk , 4J ! s , 15lli Btrvol.
II I'AI Mtll \ > rllfllMA.V. J , U.JIIMM..1.H.U
PALMER , RICHMAN k CO. .
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
) Ulc Hooni ] < , Onpotlto KdlinnKO llulldlnc. Union
fctucK ViinU , Boiilli Om lii > , Kob ,
> ioHIMtaR1WES'7l 'HFl"Eiru ft IVTAUE'/
Live Stock Commission ,
IOQDI 15 , KICUUDKO llull.llne , Unlou Block
huutli Umuua. Nub.
UNMON'STOCn YARDS CO , .
Of Omalia , Limited
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