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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SATURDAY , FEBRUARY 23.
CL11TCIIED BY MONOPOLY
Grain Men Strongly Oppose the
Prcsidonta' Combine.
WHAT ONE OF THEM SAYS.
JtiimoiTlmi t\ . lie
Here I'foiii I'ort-
tanil to Succeed
HI u nroe.
llio Prpsldctils1 Coiiililnr.
'Hint the presidents' agreement will bo In
jurious to the interests of the west istho pre
vailing opinion among the rcprtscntiUivo
grain merchants in Oniidm. A vigorous pro
test was made against it by each merchant
keen. 'Jhe > stntothnt it has alrendy dealt
the produi In if cloiiient of not only Nebraska ,
but the entire western belt a blow from
winch it will bo hard to recover. Last year ,
they ( lain ) , that corn was 10 cents higher per
bushel than It Is at the pic ° cnt time , ami nt
the very time that n reasonably low
rate fthould prevail. In this MMISV
they hi iito that the railroads by
reason of the presidents' agreement having
been culmd into , have Increased the rules.
while the market m cin the decline , thereby
iiMikinif it impossihle for the western pro
ducer to obtain a price for his products suf-
Ill-lent to remunerate him for Ills labors. It
is also stated that , at the prevail'iiir prices
iiinl Inch rates , the Nebraska fnnnrr could
not leali/c enough piolit from his product to
warrant him in the handling of it for trans
portation , tos.iy nothing of producing it. The
rate to the seaunard on export corn under the
presidents' ncrccinrnt is 1,1 cents per 1(10 (
pounds , while last year it was " 0 cent" , and
at times lower still. Along with this , the
corn prlco is IB'/ cents lower per
bushel in the New York market than
it was near , ago. A prominent
grain incichant said : "II is an outrage per
petrated on the western producer and west
ern enterprise. The presidents' agreement Is
only a combine ot eastern sharks formed for
the put pose of monopolizing our product at
extremely low prices. We are the corn pro
ducers of the country. The corn crop of No-
bra ka can safely be rested atT5,00t)00 ( ) bush
els , and fully 12UOOHJ ( ) of this is exported ,
At present , about one-half of the 'sS crop is
In the hands of the pioducers in Nebraska ,
and 1 fear that the outlook is not very nroin-
Ising. This state of ullalrs Is brought about
by the presldcnls' combination. As soon as
that was 111. st sprung in New york , rates to
the Heaboard viiluall.\ went up and are now
about T cents per KX ) higher on corn than they
Were lust December. One year ago \\e sold
corn to Mississippi river points I'J ' cents per
bushel higher than wo can get for it to-day.
Heforo the prcsldents'agrccment was formed
we were handling about one hundre I cars of
grain per day , mm since that time our busi
ness has fallen oil W ) per cent. Why I He-
eause wo cannot offer the producer anywhere
near what his corn was worth , and what is
tne result ) The producer owes the country
merchant for groceries ; the latter owes the
wholesale houses for goods and the latter m
turn are Indebted in another source upon all
ot which pajment must bo deferred , winch
is attributed to the high rates on rail and a
low prfcc on corn in the market. This is
what brings about a llnancial crisis and wo
have a right to lesist such an undertaking
as has just been entered upon in railway
circles when our commercial resources are at
stake. 1 know of cases no\y where the Ne
braska farmer has concluded to burn his
corn rather than sell it for what it would rc-
ali/o for him in case ho accepted the low
mantel and paid the prevailing high rate.
The oat and wheat crop having failed at all
other points , now is the time that a low rate
should bo given us for our corn product in
order to reach a good market. Hut no the
eastern sharks have centered on the opposite ,
and the western producer , and especially
that of Nebraska , will experience a serious
loss. It behooves the railway commission of
Ibis state to turn iis attention to the gros- >
wrongs that are being perpetrated on every
producer of Nebraska. "
OHIclnl Cliiium-H I'eiullinr.
It has b'-on reported at the headquarters of
the Union Paeilic that .1. A. Munroo , general
freight agent ol that road , is to be retired ,
and the report is now coupled with another
that Ucnjamin Campbell , general freight
ngcnt of the Oregon Hallway and Navigation ,
will bo his successor. It is stated that Camp
bell will bo succeeded by .1. S. Tibbots as
general freight agent of the Orciron road , and
that G. M. Cuming , now assistant general
manager of the Union Pacillc , with head
quarters at Salt Luke City , is to be made as
sistant general manager of the
Oregon road , with powers and au
thority nf gciicr.il manager. Vice President
Holeomb , of the Union Pacific , is at
present general manager of the Oregon Hail-
way and Navigation , and it is stated that ho
has concluded to place Cuming in direct
management and 1111 Cuming's place with an
eastern man. Inquiry was made among the
odlcials at headiiuarters as to Mr. Cuniing'a
intention , but none appeared to know any
thing concerning the changes , Mr Hoi-
comb , they said , was the "man to see. " The
latter is absent , but the report is backed up
by good authority , also with the statement
that the vice president has already placed
himself In an atUludo that would go to show
that ho is after the olllcuil queue of the gen
eral freight agent. It is slated that some
thing will drop in this direction in the near
future. _
lolin Clilnainan VM Union Paelfle.
On the afternoon of March 10 , 1SST , Wung
Sue , u Chinaman , was struck by a train on
the Union Pacitlc , while he was crossing the
coinpan.v'H trucHu at South Omaha. He wns
badly bruised , but in no way seriously in
jured. Ho brought a suit for damages
ngaiiiBt the Union Pacillc , and in March , l-iSt1 ,
the ease was tried in the district court at
this place and u verdict of SI , ,100
\vas rendered for the plaintiff. The Union
Pacific , through its attorney , tiled a motion
for n new trial on the ground that the llnd-
ing had been rendered in error , but the court
denied the motion. The case was appealed
to the supreme court , and Thuisday Chief
Justice Heese nf that tribunal alUrmcd the
action of the lower court , and accordingly
the nlmond-eved celestial will bo reimbursed
to the extent of $1,800 by thu Union Pacitie.
The plaintiff conducts a laundry in South
Omaha. _ _
Siiliiirlmn Train to P. million.
The Missouri Pacific is limiting arrange
ments for the construction nf u branch con
nection track at Portal with the licit and
main line and as soon as this is completed
the suburban service will be extended to Pa-
pillion. At present the suuurbaii trains ply
between Omaha and Portal. Mr. Clark and
Superintendent Hathbiirn decided upon this
measure after Inspecting the situation yes
terday. _
ICiillro.ui
On March 1 the Chicago , Milwaukee * St.
Paul will put on clrau- cars between O.im'iu
nnil Chicago.
Grunt Williams , telegraph operator in the
general olllco of the Chicago , Milwaukee &
Ht , Paul road , has been confined to Ids resi
dence for the last week , Uul is now convales
cing. His place is temporarily tilled by
Arthur Mead , formerly connected with the
Union Pacilie headquarters of this city.
AMDHHMHXrs.
The second advent in Omaha this Reason of
Mr. Wiliard Spenser's comic opera , "The
I.ittlo Tycoon , " was effected at Hoyd's opura
house lust night , and attracted a large audi
ence. On the previous presentation of this
tuneful , picturesque , and pleasing work , it
was cordially commended as affording n
most enjoyable entertainment , without pos
sessing , what Is uncommon with productions
of this class , u single offensive feature.
It Is agreeable to bo able to refer to \ \ hit
was before said without the ne
cessity of qualifying n single expression of
commendation , and to add that the opera
improves with acquaintance. The company
appeared hist evening to bo In an especially
favorable mood to bring out fully all the
vivacity aim rollicking spirit of the opera ,
nnd the voices seemed as fresh as though
their possessors had not undergone any of
the wear and tear of travel. Miss Liny ard
Bang most pleasingly the muslo of Violet ,
while Mr. Llbboy and Mr. Wilson acquitted
themselves respectively us Alvln Harry ami
Hufus Heady in thu most acceptable manner.
Since last here the company have been
strengthened by the addition of Mr. H , 1C ,
Uruuuui , an excellent comedian , and Muiulo
( Yrbl who is vcrv rlf > vor In thr > part ft
Doli.V IJunplo Tlir CiPiicral K'urkprboekr-r
of Ornhaui is. iiJllnraUle. nnd hi topK-al song
was pri'iti.v niiiiwuiiitiM Thu Japanese
scene1 wns iti a AiMitamlar way notable. The
entertainment was licarfilv onjoj&l b.v the
large audience , whi"h wns more than usually
peiirrous In inamJcstitit , ' its nlmsiiro nnd np-
pi-oval. 'I here will bu jierforifiaii'-es this
nftei noon and evening.
The intellectual tme ; displayed by n great
majority of Omaha pr-ople Iti their choice ol
thcalfic.il entertainment is something re
markable. 1.nat ween tlirco of the cheapest ,
poorest , thrashi'-st , snaps imaginable played
to large audiences at tlio (5r.ind ( , and thl
wocliiinaiisnatlnelvbad "I'licloTotn'sU.ibln"
show made bij ! money there , wlmo now the
very strongest and funniest attr.ictlon that
has been In the bouse this c.ison pla.\ to
empty olriirs l.nst night F.lllo HUsler , ( is
pleasing and enU'italnint , ' an aetross as the
Aini-ruaii stage nnssosseo , unit her ndiiiirablo
company gave u performance that every in
telligent person would have enjoved , yet her
amlii'tn'e was miserably small. The ettreiiK !
eoitl and many counter entoitaiiimeiits may
have had something to do with it , but there
seems to lie somi'thiiigslratifain ; the indiffor-
cnee nf people who rnjo.v extraordinarily su
porlnr things of that sort when they have n
chaliri ! not to laUo advantage of u. "Judge
Not , ' an intensely intercsttnir ilrninu , was
the bill , Miss F.llsler appearing as Katharine
Ulaie , an aetress , uputt lillnd with just siu-h
touches of emotion as she ran pertrny to per-
fi'rtio'i. Aidi-il by thu Kuppiu t with whn h
sue is surrounded , a'pn [ urinam-i * such as is
seldom witm-SMcil w.is guen. Umn Johnson ,
I'lanl : U'ostciti and Jliss KiiL'eniii hinder-
man , tintlnve leading people , again distin-
( 'iilihed Hieinsplve- " , and every member ol
the cast did wiilcndul work. At the matinee
this afternoon "Tho Keep Sake'1 will be the
bill , and "Judge Not" uvniii to night. It 11
hoiicd that Miss Kllslor will be preeted with
crowded homes. The holiday matinee yes-
terdaj alternoon was well attended.
UrutM'lier .MaMIm.'rude.
The D.'Utscher dub proposes to give n
magniticeut masquerade on March 2 , which
they hopu will excel anything of the hind
ever attempted in the city. .Tlievhave miido
uri-atiK < * inonU for U5J masks , and will occupy
the whole of Cierinuni , ! hall. Thuy have
now a niimljer of decorators fiom thu east
putting the olub rooms and the dance hall
into llrst-rlass condition , and among the do-
cor.itions they expect to have about 250
colored Incandescent lights. Tickets \ * < ill bo
sold only by subscription.
A 'HTNMjh ON Mlti : .
\Vi-eck ol1 a Fi-oiKM Train Ciiusen
Immense Iamuto.
CiMivKvri , Feb. 22. Tunnel No. 1" , on
the Cincinnati Houtliern road , near Sun-
burl , Tenn , is burning. Tliu lire w.is caused
by a freight train collision , by which a tank
containing , S00 gallons of oil was broken
and set afire. The limestone , coal and wood
work inside of tne tunnel arc combining
with the llamcs to mnku the tunnel a wreck.
Neaily all hopes are lost of subduing the
( lames , for it is cviden1 that the two veins of
coal arc burning , anil may continue to do .so
for months. Hotheads of the tunnel have
been dammed up , and a stream of water has
been turned inside. The loss is put lit J250-
000 , and may go higher.
\Vnrlik < ! Talk in Canada.
MONTHI- , , Feb. 2.3.Special [ Telegram to
Tin : BII : : . ] Considerable comment is made
hero in military and other circles ovum warlike -
like speech mnde by the governor general
yesterday at the annual mooting of the Do
minion aitilliu-y association. The earnest
way in which Lord Stanley impressed upon
his hearers the necessity of being ready at u
moment's notieo to defend Canada , and his
prayers that immediate cause of such r.ctiou
be avoided , leans many to supi ese that there
is still a possibility of ictaliatory measures
b.\ the United States , and that the llsheries
dispute will not bo bottled without serious
trouble. Lord Stanley .spoke of the duty of
citi/cns to alwavs ho ready to ileleml
tlicir country. lie bind every man in all
quarters of the country should bo u soldier
ami at the present time there was especial
need of them in the Dominion. He piomised
his aid for the Dominion in securing from
the Hritish government proper military dc-
fetiso. t _
Whether in the palace ot pure ile-
lightrtosprlbeil hy the eastern romancer ,
they put. lUvorin'friii thenpics , jellies ,
puddings , custards , ete. , is not stated.
1'fohnbly they did. But neitbei- the
orient , Kuropo or the ITuitoil States lias
over produced an article litly rivalling
in delicacy of llnvor and purity Van
Du/.oi-'h fruit flavoring exit-nuts , the
bottles of which contain more than
others. Long ago this lirst in goneril
estimation , anil deservedly so. Grocers
everywhere sell them.
AllfKctl Cattle 'llilrr Cnu-ilir.
DintoiT ; , Mich. , Feb. 22. L. M. Hartley ,
one ol the wealthiest cattle owners in north
ern Iowa , says that last fall he lot John II.
O'Kcefe have cattle on time , taking a chattel
mortgage on the stock as security. When
the moitg.ige ramu due it is alleged
that the cattle had disappeared , and so
had O'Koefe , who turned up in Windsor.
Out , last December under thu iiuinu of II.
Conely. Through Uio ruse of a detective
C'onely was deeo\ed to Detroit last night
and arrested. The uotoctivo telegraphed
Hartley , telling him of the arrest , nnil re
ceived a dispatch from the sheriff of Sioux
City .saying to hold Conely at all ha/ards.
It is s..id thu amount involved will rcacli
$1 * , TOO.
An Absolute1 Cmv.
The . OKIC1NAL AHUVl'lNE OINT-
MICN 1' is only put up in large two ounce tin
boxes , and is an absolute euro for old sores ,
hums , wounds and chapped hand" , and all
skin eruptions. Will positively euro all
klndsof piles. Ask for the ORIGINAL All-
IKTINH OINTMENT. Sold by ( ioi.dnmu
Drug Co , , at 25 coats per box by mail ! JU
cents.
Anntliee Itiiiliimcl .Man ArresK-d.
NE\N VOIIK , Fob. 22. Wilson Woodruff ,
secretary ol the Cincinnati , Hamilton & Djiy-
ton railroad company under the reorganisa
tion of thu company effected by Henry S.
Ives and ( icorge 11. Stnyiier , was arrested in
Newark last mglit. Ives and Stayner were
Imhctcii by the grand jury yesterday on the
chiti tje of grand larceny. A latch of indict
ments wus i ( 'turned , and it is probable
that the iiuhcluioiit of Woodruff was among
these.
A TcrHhlfVre ) k.
Sr. Lot is , I''b % i.--A special from dales-
burg. 111. , says tliat a rear end collision bo
t-.veeii two freight train s on the Chicago
liurlingtun < & ( Blimey railway , near that
place , icsnllod in a teuible wreck. The
deinulihliPil car.s took lire. II. S. McKinney ,
&f ( Jaleshurg , a braliuman , was taken trom
the wreck alive , his legs being burned
nearly oil. Hu lived two hours in horrible
agony.
_
The Death Krooril ,
NEW YOIIK , Feb. 22. Frances Sherman
Muullon , sister of Cieneral Khcrman and
Senator Sherman , and widow of Colonel
t'hailus W. Moulton , died in this city last
night , aged sixty.
lnii"iulicl ilie Oaliinct.
Hrcii HIB-IT , Feb. 22.Tiio chumber of ucp-
utie has adopted a motion to impeach thu
liratinna cabinet and the appointment of a
cominibiion to investigate thu matter.
'lh is Last State
WASIII.NUION , Fub. 2J. The | ircbldent'
reception to the public , the last of his state
receptions , drew a tremendous crowd to the
white houtiti lust night.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Wli < * n Diby was > lck , we garo her Cojtorlo.
\Vlirn nhe nun CliilJ , the cried for Coitorla ,
WlieQ the became Mlia , she clunfto Costorta ,
W > ; E BboLaJ CiillUreo , she cuvo thcia Caatorla.
OMAHA ijivt : sr JD\ .
uittlc.
Prlila.v , Kcb ' .vi I < * ' . ! .
Thfro wns vcrv liltlfl chnnijo in tlio mar
l < ct to duv , pru-i" ! for tlio mint purl beiii
nbout strnily. The tr.ulo on liccf wit t to win
not so very m-tlve , nn < l tlic pai-Uers Old not
net very cnRor , but before the elo o about
I'vcrj-tlilnn wiw clc.tncl up. While luitch-
crs" stock sold nt about Mead.V prlcen the
f < 'ellii > . ' was n littl" easier nnil llio bin ori
nart'iitly | ) ) wnntotl to take oft sotnetliliiL' .
Tlio tmilo in fccilois Wi the liiMvicst tor
some ilny ? , anil In mltlltlon to the native *
sold < | ultc a large bunch of westerns vliangcd
iiaiuls ,
The markft was about lOc liiclier nnil ne-
live nt the iidviiiii-o , ami the ofTt'Hnps were
all iiirked up n.irly. The best ll lit lo.uls
anil onu very eholeo loail of heiivy IIOR *
bronchi S-I.-10. The bulk of both the he.ivy
and li'lit ) hogs sold at f ( . : . ) . " > , while the inived
went mostly tit ( I : ! 0.
Kht-cp.
The' supply wns ver.y I.II-KC , and the mar
ket was fuirly active at steady prices.
Cattle . 1,300
HOJS . ' .MHO
Kheep . 2 , 'JO
The fo'lo viui n a tnleof pricn \ll in
tlii'uiiiritot for tiii ) r.iui of stojc me !
tioned. ,
I'nmo sta".r , 1303 to l.M ) ) Itn . . * : ! 'il tUIi..IO
I'ritno stt3t > ri. UOJ to ISJJ iln. . ; i.l ( I : i.-li )
Native fec.l'jra . . - . . , axi fii.'j.H )
Cointnon to iool eo\vs . l.lij ca-i.ti : )
Chniorto f.uirv eowa . U. Il ) < i2 ! 7.1
Fair tochniiibiill4 . ! . ? " > ( < i'.5'l '
Fair to PIIOICO nunt lioirs. . ! . . ' ! " > Ml 10
Fair to ehoico 'IPAVV lioj-i. . . . . -I. MO ( ( iJ.il.'i
Fair to chrnco 1111x11 hess . lit ) IIJ/I..TI /
Fair to cholre xvoatcrn slioai ) . . H " > M I. 'JO
Fair to ehoico Nebraska * . y.o'J ( iji.lo
* IlciH-u tMitallv < ; Sa
CVTri.K.
No. Av. Pr.
1 eannor . ! ire J1..MI
'J runners . KITVi l. * > 0
Icinv . sSD l.iM )
1 cow . HIM ) 1.7.1
Ilcows . UC.O y.l' ' ( )
'J cows . 10 TJ 'J.H ( )
la C.IIIIR-M . | Kid LMH )
i bull . irni 'J.oo
I ) cows . lib" 'J.O.I
i bun . mm 'j.io
1 bull . 1710 'J.10
1 bull . llXil ) 'J.15
1 cow . 10.10 V ! . 15
l bull . i : > ; n a. in
.Meows . ti-l 'J.15
U cows . inJ.'JO ; )
i cow . HOD a. so
'J bulls . 17LT. 'J.'JO
Jcows . niio a.-jo
10 cows . 1 107 U''JO
y cows . ioi ! ) a 20
10 cows . HS'J 'J.'J.- )
I'J mixed . 10111 'J.-J5
. ' ) cows . 1110 ti.'Jj
4 cows . b.'iO . 'J. >
It cows . hid 'J.'J.'i
I'J cows . 1 1D5 'J.i'i
11 cows . 1001 : ! . 'J. >
l bull . 1:110j. : . - , ' . - )
1 hcifi-r . -1K ! )
is cows . 1017
i bull . xw
14 few . tw. " y.- " >
: t bulls . i.tvt a. : )
llcowa . ' .170 y.3) )
ir > cows . .NJ y.ar >
lOrows . ll'Jl : 'J.ir :
Jo co w s . 1110j. . . ' , :
1 7 co ws . 1 07.J. ) . -1 0
'JO uows . ! l7."i 'J. 10
n eow . luit a. m
"
nr > 5 a.5D
Hi rows . 1J-3S ! a.i )
i cow . rj-o a.do
I ! cows nnd heifers . 1074 'J.70
litl feeacrs. Colorado . 10'Jl 'J.75
ail feeders . 1014 a.75
1 feeders . 7IVJ a.7. >
S feeders . 10.V5 'J.'JO
It feeders . S)7 ) aid )
S feeders . 1NJ 'J.'JO '
'J'J feeders . b'Jii 'J..IO '
4 feeders . 7tH a. !
'JO feeders . loin 2..r '
0 feeders . 777 'J. ' , ) , " >
10 feeders . SHi : i.)0 ( )
'Jti steers . 10'JS ' it.OO
5ir feeders . 10 Id il.OO
Ohteers . 1015 a.OU
. jcoxvsaud heifers . Ill I : t.OJ
lijsteers . 122" il.ir.
IS steers . 10'.I5 ' : W
( Vi steers . lir > 7 .05
5 steers . llb'J It.10
a-2 feeders . 11B15 H.10
1 a steers . \W \ > a. 1'JK
0 steers . 103 a.15
Hi steers . 1141 It. 15
a steers . IMC a.15
22 steers . 12 15 : t.'J5
'JO steers . litW 3.15
lit steers . 14411 3.45
li ! steers . 127 ! ) a.,7) )
IDhteers . 14U1 a.55
ISbtccrs . 143' : ! a.7. ;
ivealcalf . 170 5.50
IIOGs.
No. Av. ShU. Pr. No. Av. ShK. Pr.
r > ii'Ji 20051.25 r,7..2ia so ? i.tr ;
, ri7. . 21 ( ! 200 4.25 IH..2.Vi bO 4.35
( .3 .15 bO 4.30 45..25i 4.35
4S. . . 375 4i0 ! 5b. . . . 'iO.'t 4 it5
rc aio ; so i.ao ivj.'joi10 4.a. >
fi" . . .arii w ) i.3o 75. . . . ail ) ! . : ; - .
U , j 7 _ j.j ; | U'J..2I3 100 1.3-1
IH . 2.i ! ) bo 4.o : : . . . . . 'Jiri i.'i.i
72 . . .277 210 4.30 73..2'i7 40 1 . ! 5
4i. ( . . .323 SO 4.30 tXi.-:5I bO II5 :
71. . . .241 120 4tO : 41) ) . . . ,0t bO I.i5 :
" > . . .IIOO JliO 4.30 ( i7 _ 2.7.1 W ) 4.5"i
01. . . 301 120 4.30 7U.'JU1 -0 ! l.ijri
54. . . .325 4.3JX " . . . * I1' " l. ! | " >
05 . .207 40 4J.2 ! ; 07. . . . 20' ' ) 120 1.35
55. 272 200 432' ' , 50. . . . : 3 i 1.35
40 . . .3lp5 -l.a-yjf W ) . . . .250 bl ) 135
47.-OJ 1HU 4.35 71. . . . 22. ! 4.3 ; ' ;
4- ! . . . , 311 10) ) 4.35 .10. . . . 253 4.37) )
71. . . , 2' ; ! ) 120 4.5 : 05 _ 2IJI5 4.37) ) < f
l . . . . 4,35 52 . . .311 bO 4.40
73. . . . 257 40 4.35 I17..24I ) SO 1,10
(10..2.M bO 4.35 03..2S5 4.40
biuir. : :
No. Av. Pr.
Hl Nebraska owes . b ! ) S I.fi5
155 Nebraskas . b ! ) 1.00
207 Nebraskai . ' . -0 4.00
lfi-1 Nebraskus . b'J ' 4.00
107 Nebraskus . SJ 3.50
lib westcrn.s . 135 4.10
lilvi * Stouk Notc-f.
A heavy run of sheep ,
A treed many feeders eliniiRO hands.
Not much chance lu the c.ittlo nmrkot.
The hoi ? market si-ores a sharp advance.
.1. II. Mryer anil Herman Kioi'kcr .sold
40. ! hou- .
1) . Straub , Avoca , broiifjlit in a fauey loail
of heavy hogs , which topni'd the market.
I1. 1. . - ft * J v.
C'liiuimo , Fob. 2 j I'ni ) Droveri' Jour
nal reDortsas follows :
Cuttle Kei-oipts , ' ,1,000 ; market mnro active -
tivo , steady to strong ; ehoico beeves , $4iOi ( )
1. 50 ; btcers , j,3.00' " 4 00 ; slockersninl ( ei-dt'r.i ,
? 2.it'Jii/3.40 ; rows , bulls and iiilxeil , fi..H )
3.10. bulk. ? 2 1H ( < ' . ! 50.
Hoys Ui-i-oipts 21.0,10 ; market strong anil
5c hiHlier ; mixed , SI I ' @I.OO ; heavy , * t.4.D ( )
4.00 ; ll ht , f 1.45 ill 70 ; pi s , W.0lri ) ( ) . ! > . } .
Sheep Kecoipts1,500 ; market htron ; nn-
tive , fia.Vi < Sitil ; wehti'i-iis. fl.31'ii4 bO ; Tex-
mis , , 13.00 1.50 ; laiilbs , * 4.75 ( < fl.5'J ! ' ,
KansiiH City. F < * li. ' " . ( Jattlo He-
rcipti , 1'JOO ' ; bhipmnnts , 820 ; dressed boot
steers and cows 10o higher ; i oed to choieu
corn-fed , * 3 (15'K ( ' 1.25 ; uommon to tuodiuiii ,
$2.bOi3 ( ! SI ) , htoek-ers anl fei'iliiiff steers , ai- !
tivo and 10o higher at SI 70 ( < g.t.25 ; cows. , $1.25
Oi'J.b5.
Ho s Hot-olptH , 5,000 ; shipments , 1,000 ;
market strong , active and ( XglOc higher ;
i-ommon to ehoieo , f l.00@.42 | > .i.
Nntliinal Slock Vai'.l-i , I'jnst Nt ,
KonlH , Fob. -C.Utlo Hocnipts , 200 ;
shipments , none ; market steady ; choice
heavy native nicer * , f3.7lKigl.-IO ; fair to h'ood
do , $20a.i'3.SO ( ; stoekors and feeders , fl. OOoe
'J.'JO ; rangers , corn-fed , l.lO i 3.40 ; grass-fed ,
IloecipH , 2,503 ; shlpmpiits , iiono ;
market higher ; clioleo heavy and bntchors'
bolectloiw. Jl-10 .4 45 , packing , $1.35fU.5U | :
light grades , fJ.wai.CO.
Sioux Ctty , Feb. Cattlo-Kecoipts ,
100 ; bhipiniiiits , 25 ; market strong and un-
chiuiBeil ; btockers , fJ.OOi2.75 ( ; fat htcers ,
$2.90 .J35l ) ; feeders , . 'J032.iOj ) stoekers and
fat cows , fl.59 ( ( 2.GO ; euiners aud bulla ,
Hogs Ueeelpts , 1,4)3 ) ; higher ; light and
mixed , fl.25 ; heavy , l,25@4.30.
OMAHA AVMOMJSM , ! ; M VltK RTH.
l-'l-UltS , Pl-mltlCr , 1-JtO.
H'rrrn rreatneri Fall , V print , S-tWJV.
I'huK-e print , 20 < < rJ2i. frtni\\ pond packed , 1"
Oi.0 < ' ; cboieo solid packed , 13 , < Me. Dairy -
Fancv roll , liijtl'.Uchoice. . lT'OMi - ; good , K
fitl Ic ; low grades , Wrtl li1.
"I'liri F Full creaui cheuilnr , ehoico , I2 ( < f
U'o ' ; full ci-cam Mat * , tw ] In hoop , 12' ' , ( < f
13c : full cream Y. A choo. . I'i'/niae ' ; off
prades and skims , ' ( ' ? ' ' < -v ' llmburger , I2i ( ?
iai o ; brick and Swiss , U ( < nJc.
Hiiiit-Strictly fre li , ll t-.V.
Uivr. Poi I.TUChicki'iis pt'ido ? , J. oiW
n.OO ; ducks per OOT , $2 tfi'if I ( K ) ; gee-o , per
dor. $ i , " 0iiii.no ( ; turkeys , iwr Hi , 7 ( < i"Sc.
liiiiin : 1'oui TIU Chickens , per lb , llv
Sc ; turkevs , per lb , WiflU1 ; | 'ce e , per lb , S ; '
We : ducks. HiHOe.
Vivi. : Heavgnissers , l.lo to 200 Ibs. 7 o
7ljC { inferior calves , 5' ' ) to HO Ibs , .V ( V ; iniO
diiini to gooil , 70 to ' < . " Ibs , 7'ii-c ; choice to
fancy , Kx ) to 1:10 : lln ,
s Potatoes" , Colorado and t'tah.
cabbage. Culilonii.i , per orate. Si" : par
snips , NK'ZiiOo : onions , rod choice , MXn.Vic ;
rilvcr skin. ( MitT.'ic ; turnips , 20i ( AV ; ruta-
baf.as , J1.t4e ( ( ( ) ; eaulltlower , choice large , per
doreii , * l.2.Vnl..M ) : good , $ l.ix < i 1.2.1 ; rauishes.
: C > ( , BIOo ; lettuce WtiMtlc ; cucumbers. * 1 JV.i ;
stfinif beans , per box , Sl.r ? > 2.2i. celer > ,
2."i i0i' ! ; spinach , l.TiO il T.'uier bbl.
( ! \MI : Mallard , per dru , $ J l..fiijHH ) ; red
head , per do/ , { .J.Viifli.UJ . ; teal , per doz. fl . " ( )
dil.Tfi ; canvas back , per do ? , $ UKVi I Ml :
common small , per dnfl.tHiitl. ( . . " > ti : rabbits ,
PIT doT.Vuffl IK ) ; Jack rabbits , per do/ ,
. JIl.i'Ou'l'iO ' ; purrels , per doT5c'il ( 00.
Ai'i'i i > Per bbl , fancy New ' n U sine
Msehig.in , $2 . " > > ; choice , fjniVi'-5 ; choied
Missouri , ? l T.\ri J.IRI ; good , ? . : ( ) ( l.Tfi.
INiiinii.N Fni'irMalaga grapes , kegs , 411
to Vi His , lilc p-r lb ; bananas , per bunch ,
$1 50,11:1 : Oil ; lemons , fancy now , . ' > to Hills ,
? : ) T.'mf I..M ) ; choice old , Ml , s , f . ' .oOn.UH ( ) ;
or.mgis , Florida , tancy bright. per imv , $ .t. > 0 ;
Florida russetts , f.25 : ) ; Los Angeles , § . ' . ; riii (
I ) . DO.
CiuviiKiinics Capo Cod , choice , per bbl ,
$1000iilO.ll ; fair , $ ' .lOJfa't.riO ' ; llclUV Bugle ,
choice , j'.l.OiKif'.PJ.'i ' ; fair. * < W T.'i ; Hell . "c "
Clierrv , choice , j.s..HOiiS2S ( ; fair , 5T.2."n T.r > ; ) .
Nrrs Walnuts , ff ) it Uli1 ; peanuts , h'us'nc ' ' ;
I'heatnuth , K'l.lc ; cocoaliuts. per 100 , . * "i.U.K"
ti.H ( ) ; liiuebuits , itdMc ! liicKorynuts , small ,
$ l.2.Vul fiO ; large , CrOniSc ; pecans , plain , tlm *
be : polished , V t 10c.
Hn > is-r.reeu : salted , No. 1. lie ; No. 2 , : ti ?
Il' c ; calf , Tin "ii.V ; drv Hint , .I'l/sc.
II\NS : Nnvn's , hand ilicked , per bu , $2.10
( RJ'.VI ; good clean country , § l.T."i'i2.00 ( ' ; offer
or poor stock , $ l.UO a I.5U ; California , SJ.OO.y1
2.1(1.
2.1(1.Cinr.u Michigan , per bbl , * l.r > 06.0ii ) New
York , per bbl. fn.OOeVp.iV ) ; half bbl , ? 2.T.V
It.Ol ) .
FITIIIJISPeril : ) , jirimelivo geese white ,
: Ciilic ) ) ; mixed with gray , ! 3AMinc : ; dump and
musty , Uif20c ) ; prune live domestic duck , 20
< ji2r > o" ; wild illicit , iri2Jc. (
S\riuKufr : Per bbl , HO gal , choice , $4 , " > 0 ;
per half bbl , ? 2..r. ' ) .
POITOUN Per lb , rice , 1' .inJc ; commoii ,
1081 ' .c.
HoNin 1-lb frames , ehoico white , IMlrtc ;
dark , labile ; strained , llK'U2c.
.lii.i.n.s : liivl.'i.i ; pcrlb ; preserves , 10fil2e
] > erlb.
Ltun-Sc in f.O-lb pkga.
< ; i-occrs' Ijist.
lleviscd prices are as follows :
lUr.iitN'n Stark A , seamless , 22c ; Amos-
Itcag , so unless , IT1 je ; Lewist.iwn A , beamless -
less , ISli1 : Ameriean , seamless , ITc ; burlaps ,
ito * , " > mi , llC'M-lc ; gunnies , Mngle , He ; gun
nies , double. 2Jc ; wool .sack , 42c.
THINTS Flax , ! Nc ; nxtr.i sail , 20W21c ;
salt U , 20u21e ( ; cotton , 22e ; jute , lie.
bim.n Full is Figs , in boxes , per lb , ( ) ( i/i
lOc ; dates , in bo.xes , Tof tllo ; Lonilon Mul.iL-a
layer raisins , per box. $ - } . . " > Om a TO ; Malaga
loose raisins , W.iU ; ( < t2 5' > ; now Valenciu rais
ins , per lb , V ; California loose muscatels ,
per tiox , $2.0 ( ) ( J.10 : California Loi.dons . ,
IViS , $ 'J40 ; pitted cherries , per lb. l c ; Cali
fornia pitted plums , ! > ! lb , 12Miie : ; dried
blackberries , per lb , l ! ( ( Tu ; dried raspberries ,
per 11) ) , 24C"- ' " > e , evaporated apples , fi'nsc ' ;
California sun-dried peaches , lite ; California
unparcd evaoratcd | peaches , ] Uritl2c ; evapor-
ateil Californni ajiricotH , ITe ; currants -JdnTc ;
Turkish prunes , r > 6 * " > Kc ; citron , 22 ( 2lc ;
orange peel , lf ; ; lemon peel , lOc ; Califonaa
French prunes , llu ( > luV.
I'ifKi is Mcf.ium , in bbls , $5.00 ; do , in
half bbls , ? : U)0 ) : small. In bbls , < ( i.OO ; do , in
half bbls , l.f > 0 ; gherkmsf in bbls , ? T.OO ; do ,
in half bbls , fci.OO
Corrn Oreen Mocha , 2."rtr30e : Uio. good ,
Mandahliii- ! > @i > < c ; roasting Kio ,
O ( ! . .lava , 2IC'iic > ; Java , inferior ,
22 < cg : c ; Kio. fancy , 2lii,22o ( ; Santos ana
Mar.ie.tlbo , lTt T.e ) ; German. 2.c ) ; MeLaugh-
lin's XXXX. 2ic. :
Sun \u Granulated , Tj/e ; conf. A , 7 o ;
white extra C , lij c ; extra C , ( > % c\ yellow
C , O' ' c ; iiowdered , fc ( < SJ e ; cubes , sofb'-jc.
15r.i.sx Choice iellow. 20i ( 22'4c ' ; dark
coloicd , i : ) ( Mlc.
Toiucxo Plug , 2y ( < f33S ( ; smoking. 10ffOOc. (
Su.r-l.C : > .l.Hpei' ) bbl.
Hope T-Hl , llJic.
M \ri.i : Stunis Hrieks,1 HC M2c per lb ;
penny ealtes , 12f(0iic : per lb ; pure maple
syrup , ? l 00 pur gal.
TIAS : Voung Hyson , common to fair , 1S ( < ? >
2. > c ; Young Hyson , good to lancj , : ! 0@r . " > c ;
Ciiinpowdur , common to good , 22a ( > 2 ; > c ; ( Jun-
powder , ehoico to fancy , UVtfi'ic ; Japan , com
mon to medium , lfliJ20c ( ; Japan , ehoico to
fancy , 'iOC'iMoc ; Oolong , common to good , 23
( iClOc : Oolong , elioico to fancy , WlftDTOo : Im
perial , common to medium , 2V T > c ; Imperial ,
good to fancy , 40nt.Vic.
Ci\fKiis-iiiiToper : ! ( lb ; assorted cakes , 8
( S'i.'nper lb , as per list.
C\xm Mif.-il. ' .i > . .f < M2 c ; sticlc , OJ.ffl )
He ; rock candy , 10'V8Wc ( ; fancy candy , T-i' ( '
2Sc.
UoM.is'ii Hriniisn OOc.
Con Fisii li'/ijiiiTi e.
J'mjiS'ie' ' per lb.
Jlry GooiN.
Coi ION FI\VNIIS : 10 per cent discount ;
LL , Ti' c ; CO , ( i'/c ' ; SS , T-'fc ' ; Nameless , ts ;
Hs' . I'se : K. Hie , No 10 , s' ' , 'c : No. 40 , 1(1' ( ' jc ;
No. ( ill. 12'c ; No. so , l.'I'jC ' : No. . ' 10 , colored ,
! lc ; No. ! i'J ' , colored , 12c ; No. TO , colored ,
l 'e ; llnstol , V\ Union Pacific , ITc.
Curiiiti' : " Bid , white , 1'Jc ; colored ,
22c.
22c.It -Standard , c ; Gem , lOc. Heauty ,
12Hc ; Hoone , He ; 11 , cased , ? 0..r , ( > .
Piiixis Solid colors Atlantic , lie ; Sinter ,
Oe ; lierlin oil , ( i'jC ' ; Garner oil , ( ifioTc.
PniNrs Pink iind lobes Alien , ( i'j't ! ; Hiv-
crpomt , .Vie ; Steel lilvcr , H'jC ; Ulelimond ,
lKc ! ; Pacitie , Tc.
Pi.'iNTs Dress Charter Oak , 5fcj } Ham-
npo , I'jc ' ; Lodi , ri'4e ' ; Allen , lie : Kiuhmond ,
Ik1 ; Windsor , tll c ; ICddyslonc , ( ! 'io ; Pacillc ,
I'KC. '
HIIACIIII : ) Siuin\fi : : Herkley cambric ,
No , ( i > , ! l'c ' , Hcst Yet , t-4 , < 5 , > /c ; butter cloth ,
OO , 4'4o ' ; C.il t , T.'i'e , Fill-well , hall
bleached s'jc ' ; Fruit of the Loom , He ;
dreono O. tic ; Hope , T'e ' . ; K'nig Phillip
cambric , lie ; Lonsiialo camliric , llj is ; Lons-
d.du , S'j'c ' ; Now York nulls , lO' ' c ; Pepper-
ell. 42-in , lie ; Pepperoll , Ki-in , Tie ; Popper-
ell , li 4 , llic ; Popperull , 8-1 , 2lc ; Peppuiell ,
! l-l. 2Jc ; PoDperell , 10-4 , 2.'ic ; Canton , 1-1 ,
sJaC ; Triumph , Ce ; Wuiiisuiti , lie ; Val
ley , , rC.
Fusvni-s Plaid HaftMiien. "dc ; ( Jo-thou ,
22l j'c ; Clear Lake , yii'.jU ; Iron Mountain ,
2U1 , c.
l.'ixsii.WhitonH : , No. 2 , % . 22' < e ;
GH , No , 1. ? f , Si'm ; Ull , No. 2 , ' ' 4 , 2--c } ,
HI I , No. 1 , % , : iic ; iJueHiuo , No. 1. ? { , I2c
COISSKIS JIHNS Andrftscoggm , T' o ; Ke.ir-
sargu , T' ' c ; Kocltport , ( l e ; Conesloga , li1 , c.
TIL-KH York , : iO-in , 12 } c ; York , ! U in ,
ia > jc ; Swift river , T e : Thorndilto OO ,
h'jiThorndlke ; , KK. Mc ; 'I hoindike , 120 ,
U'uc ; Thorndlko. XX. I So ; Cordis , No. fi ,
O.'jc ; Coiilis , No. 4 , IDJif.
DisiMs Anio-ikeag , V-ot , li'a'c ; 1'verott ,
7-o , ia'c ' ; York , T-ox. , Ill1 jc ; Haymaker ,
8 } < o ; JaiTrey , XX , \ \ * 4aJalTioy. . XXX ,
J-JKis ; Heaver Creek , AA. 12e ; licavur Creek ,
H1J , lie ; Heaver Creek , CO. lOc.
ICnsTi i KJr.ANs Memorial , l.r > e ; Dakota.
Ibo ; Durham , 2TJ ( j ; IlcriMilus , I'jc , Leam
ington , 22''c ' , ; Cotlswohl , 2C. '
CuxMii-Stovons' H , 0'fc , Slovens' H ,
blenched , To ; Stevens1 A , T'ie ' ; Slovens' A ,
bleached , 8'i ' % ; Stevens' P. sHcj Slovens' P ,
bleached , line ; Stevens' N.'J' ' e ; Stevens' N ,
bleached. 10' ' c ; Stevens' SUt , 12J < o.
Cii\iiu\i--Plunkett cliecks , Tl-ji ; ; Whittcn
ton , T c ; York , T'.j'c ' ; Normandl i > ress , SJjc ;
Uenfrow dress , * ) } ( ( ( .12)-ie ,
CAMIIUICS Slater , fiu ; Woods , Ce ; Stand
ard , r > o ; Poacocit , fit' .
PKIN r , isnuio Hi.un Arnold , ( I'/e ; Amer
lean , O' ' c ; Gloucester , < H4o ; Arnold C , long
cloth , 'jc ; Arnold li , long cloth , lO c ; Arnold
Gold Seal , lO c ; Steifel A , I2e ; WliuUor ,
Gold Ticket , 10 , ' ; c.
First and Hocoiul eluar , ! ' . { in. . . ? 10 00@W 00
First and setond clear , li in. . , 47 IX ) . ' < c.il HO
Thlid clear , 1'4 ' in . 4U OOif.VI 00
A select , 1)4 ) ( ivl > ' Jii . -45(10 (
H soiect , I' ' dd1 in . , . : tT 00
A stoc ! ; boaiOn , IC'idOft , 12m iti : 00
H stock boards , 12ci'Hl ' ft , 12 In. . -11 00
C stock bouriU , 12 < 4lti U , lu in , . ( A 00
li to 't boards , V2lrt ( ft 12 'n 'il W )
F norm tlrst comiimti. il in . ' 14 U
Plooi ng , sero'id ' comimui. C , in . < 1 IX
Select teneng tlooring . . 1" ( X
Sidinir , llrst co ntnon. 10 ft 22 ( )
Siding , second co union 1' ' U
Common board inro.ilPO
IViieing , No 1. 1-.i.i2fl f 1(1 ( .VVitlb K
Fom-ing. No. 2. 12 , HcMli ft . . . . 14 OVM.I O
.loist and scaiitlliig,2.\4. 14ri Oft 10 HOrfl ? ( X
Timlier , 4x4. SK < . 12M10 ft . . . U IX
Pickets , I ) and 11 Hat 20 ( X
Pickets , l ) and H square 20 ( V
Shlncle * , extra A 2 < l
Shingle * , standard A 2 iv
Lath -J o < !
OG Halts , ' . 'i in T (
OG Hutts. I' vHii , S I S V
a-ln Well tubing. I ) and M bev. . 22 0'
Metnl and Tinners' Slock.
Hlock tin , smallplg f 28
Hlock tin. bar 2 < J
Coiper | , planished boiler sl/es HI
Copper , cold rolled ill
Copper , sheeting : u )
Copper , pitts 2'.t
Copper , Huts. yo
Uul. sheet iron , .lunmla , .VI , 10 and . "
per cent discount.
THE RAILWAY TIME TUBIES ,
OMAHA.
rxioN I'At'int- . 1 IMVI- Arrni-
li ) > jiiit lutlinml M.irij st * ( iinnh.'i. Omaha.
I'acllk' i\lircsH : 7'fi p in 7i" : < i in
t lii'.Ncnnc l.i' > " > p ill 11.4 * n in
| i'l : u m , ) r , p m
vullMls City , I.IIK-olU \
iVO'i n in ll : ' < > in
Alialiovotiall.sdiilly. !
No. 8 St. Ii. IXplally. ) . _ I4\'t _ \ pml _ IS'JOlijn :
SUItUICIt.XN TKAIX" .
\Vcsi\v it'll.
Itunnlii ? liatweoii Council IIlufTs ana Al-
lirlijlit. In H'lilltlon to tln > stations montlniml ,
trains stop lit Twentieth ami TiMMity-fouith
htrei't > , and at tne Siiinui it In Omaha ,
< J Nil. ii - liW : ( a. in.iC No fi , f > : ; ' : U ] > . m.
A No. t : IO a. in. 'A ' No. if. . 0:1'lii. : ic.
CIIIOAil ) , HUltUNIiTON & riNcv.
A No. I ! l)0a. : in.iA No. " , . .73I ; a. m.
A "Nil. h . .Bl"i : ! J ) . III. A * No. 7. . .5io ; : ] ) . m.
A N o. 0 .ii : . ' > ) n. in. A No. 'i. 'i.jUii. ' : m.
CIHCACO \ NOIITIIWII.STI : u.v.
No.H ! ltila. : in'A ' No. 'I. 7:10 : a. in.
No. I . : Op. ) in 1) No l. .700n ; , in.
No. 2 sIili ; ) . in A No. fi . < i\V' : \ m.
CIIICAdO. .MII.WAI'lf IT &S' .t
No. a ' 1:10 : a. in. A .No. I. lli.'iOa. m.
No. 4 . .7.0)1) ) . m. A .7IOii. : in.
KANSAS t'lTV. PI' . .lOSl.'I'll
'
No , a . . .lli'il a. in. A No.H. Il'i0n. : ill.
No. 4 . . : - ! p. in A No. 1 ji.i ; : : p. in.
'i IT Ar TACIl'lC
A No. 10. * . 7IO : a.'lii'A"No.II. ' . . . . . , .HVi : u. in.
A No. IV. 7:01 : p. in. A No.ll . ! lUO : ] ) . in.
O.MAIfA A , > T. liUI'IS.
A No. 8 4 : ) ! ) . in. A No. ' , l ! : < KJni.
A dally : < lalb < > xr pt Sitniilay : Cixcopt
Kiiinlay ; Di-xront Moii'lay ' : * fast mall
The time Blvt'U iiuovo Is lor Trtinilur. thi'io
lit'itiKfiom IHo to tun inlnut-B botw cfii Tunis-
lur an < l lui.il < i pots , _
Are the Best ,
IN THU i.SSiNTIAIj : : i-H'AUTIKH Ol
Durability , Evenness ot
Point , and Workmanship.
' ' ' -'i . " .v ) ' .
IVISON , BLAKEMfiH & CO , , 7''S'i orL.
. .Il I'VIHKll S I1 ICIM.'V : ,1.11 III.A M . . . , . . | |
PALMER. HICHMAN v CO. ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
Ufllt'v lluuin 21 , OpjionIKi K rhanio Iliilldliu , t/nlon
Stutk VUrdu , t-uutli Oiiiuliu , Noli.
Live Stock Commission.
U-)3ii ; IS , liitliu 111:0 Iliihdin. , DIIIUII MocU Y
huutli Oiunli.l , livii.
U7TON"JST : O C Y A R DS C-57i
Of Oniena , Limited ,
ABrTcuitiirui Implements.
*
CHURCHILL PARKER ,
Dealer in Agricultural lmplcmcntsWagons , ,
t nrrlniiO unit lluckif .1 MIP "Itool.di'lweoaS'llinni
I'lili < .im li\ Nol > i.
" LfNINGER A METCWUP CoTT
l\griciiltiiralIiiiplements \ , a OiisCarriage , ; :
llneilcs. Elf.Vholc nlp. Oit ti NfhM lii
l > ARLIN"oRENDoirF ft MARTIN ? "
| ip l < > r In
Agricnllnral Implements , Wagons&Bnggics
WI , J . ftVi and ' .W Jones # lrpc t. Omnliit.
" "
'
P. P. MAST ft CO. .
Mannfaetorers of BaCuCye Drills , Sccte ,
I'ulUTnto . HBT Ilitktu , Cltlcr Mini mi < l 1 ulinn 1'ut
tdH et . Cor lllh inl Niih-il i Mu-t'li. _
WINONA IMPLEMENT CO. ,
WholMftlr
Agricultural Inmleinents , Wagons & BuEgies
f , rnrr 1 ' * i-- ' M ' rtn * tivp | _
' OMAHA HttANCH.
J. F. SEIBERLINO & CO. .
Akron , O'ii" ' .
Harvcsling Micliincry and Binder Twine ,
\V. I" MM' . MRiii'or li .t nr'i iT' Hi < i Onmtm.
MOLINE.MILBURN&BTODDARUCo
Innttficturi r ftinl Johlipri iti
Wagons , Buggies , Rakes , Plows Etc ,
lor. Pill nil I I. lulu titvtl. Dinnlm. Noli.
" " Arllats' M.itorlaln.
,
A HOSPE. Jr. .
Artists' ' Mattnals , Pianos and Organs ,
1M l I'ouelix Slri'ot Onmlm. Nrhrmfcn.
DooUtiollors nntl Slntlontjro. _
H. M , & S. W. JONESV
Sacccisorj to A. T. tOnrcnn Co. . Wliotriilr A llctnll
Booksellers and Stationers ,
Kltio \ \ Jilli < ft Sin'iororiCimiiiHrcinl Glnllnncrjp
li'-J Duut. A * illruct. unmhii. Nob.
I _ Bootu nnd Shoa ? .
KI'RKENUALL. JONES .t co. ,
iy ucci'sson to HcoJ. Jont-s A I o )
Wholesale Manufacturers of Bocts and Shoes
Ativutiiur llo'ton lli'hticr Miw I < i I'.lt ! . 1IUIA HM
_ ll nmy SI. , Oinntia. Ncbruokn. _
W. V. MORSE It CO. .
Johhers of Boots and Shoes ,
ItOI 110 ! UOj DoiiRlns St.Hnmhn Mnnulattorr , Sum
mer MIll EUlh ,
Coal , Goko nnd Lima.
O'MAHA COAL ? COKE & LIME co. ,
Johhers of Hard and Soft Coal ,
-JO ! ) Couth IJlli Kt 'ut , Omatm , Nnlirntki. _
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NEBRASKA FUEL CO ,
Shippers of Coal and CoU
III Soulll 13lh ! U . OtTfl' .1 Noli.
. ' . t. .C JM.V'OA' , . ( O
Manufacturers of Urn ,
nrt'lilnpoM nf Cul , Cji . C MIIIMII , 1'Uilnr. l.lmo
main Till * mul ' ewer I'M"- . < ) iHcc > , SH s1.1" "
8t. , Oniili.i , Jsoli. Telephone SH.
Cotfooo , Sptcos , Etc- ' , , _ _
" CLARKE COFFEE CO. ,
Oumliit CotToe and t-plci1 Mllle.
Teas. Colfccs , Spices , Baking Powder ,
Hntorl'iK Kittncti , Laundry Itluo. Inks Htc. 1IU
miillarnnr Strom. ( Ui hn. > etiriiika.
Crockery and Clasavyaro. _ _
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W. L. WRIGHT ,
Aprnt for llio Manufacturers nnrt lmpoitct of
Glassware Lamps Chimneys
Crockery , , , ,
Ktc Ota cc , .1178 Hill ft. . Omr.lm. .Ncbrii.k ( > .
PER KTNS , CATCH &LAUMAN.
Iinonnt-TS ami . .loliboroC
Crcciery , Glassware , Lamts , Silverware
Etc. 151trcr.v.mSt. 1'uxton Iltiilcllnt' .
Comnilaslon and Storage-
" " "niDDELL & RIDDELL.
Storage and Commission Merchants ,
Fpcclaill'tlntlrr Kpei , Clic"f. . ronltrv , ( inmi ;
Hl'i llownnl i-tieat , Oinnlia , Net ) .
GEO SCHROECER St CO. .
( Successors to McShano , -chrocder >
Produce Commission and Cold Storage ,
Dry Gooda nno Notions.
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M. E SMITH & CO. .
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions ,
. llOZnml llMIIoualiu. Cor. llth i1 ! . , Omnho , Keb.
KTC p A"TR fc i < - K 6 c hi D R Y o ODSCO
Importers and Johhers in Dry GoodsNolions ,
Ucnta' riirnlshlni ; Onml . Oorner llth nnil llnJnpj
MM..Oiunbn. Isclirnskn.
HELIN. THOMPSON & GO.
lini'orlrri ' nml JobliiMsuf
Woolens ail Tail ] ? ' 'Mining '
> I7 ' oulli Till ) Stipet.
Furniture.
DEWEY .V STOrTt7 ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture ,
Karnain Str < el. Otcnliii v 'jrnskn.
CHARLES SHIVERICK ,
Fnrnitnrc
Crocorioo.
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PAXTON. GAI.LAGHER'TCO. .
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
70ii. 7U7.709 nnil Til P. 10th Ft. , Onmlm , Nell.
McCORD , BRADY .V CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers.
Hi nml l.eavunwnrtli StrPi'tr. Uninljn , N'olinnkB.
Heavy Harclwaro. " "
W. J. BROATCi ; ,
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
fc'prin.is , Wn.'cni ( ini.-k Ihirilnnin , I.'inii.i'r , Kic ,
1111,1 im llnriit-y Mivvl. Uiiiiilm ,
HIMEBAUGH U TAYLOR ,
Builders' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop ,
Mechanics' Tools ainl IlufTalo hoali'B. 140j Duu lui
RECT o R. w i L H E L M Y&
Wholesale Hardware ,
fill nnil UnriifSlH Oiniiliii , Neb \Vratrrii Acentt
lor Aumin 1'owiltT I'u JuiriTHOii Kiful Nullt ,
I'uirbunHa htnnduiU Hcnli'i * _ _
LEE , CLARKE , ANDREESEN HARD
WARE COMPANY ,
Wholesale Hardware , Cutlery , Tin Plate ,
Mentis , Mii-ct Iron , et , A < 'iili for llo < . firnlei ,
uih-r anil l.ynmii liaibcilliu ,
( mulia , Nubi.iHku.
Hardwnro.
MARKS'BROS. SADDLERYr"ub7
Wholcmlo Miinufactnrc'ri of
{ Jadillery & Jjliiiersof Saddlery Hardware
And Lcatliui. IWJ , IWi nii'l IP7 Hnriuy Ht.Onir.hr. ,
Hate , Caps , Eto.
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W. L. PARROTTE & CO. ,
Wholesale Hals. Caps and Straw Goods ,
1197 Ilaruc ; ilicoUOmaha. JVI | .
Lumhor.
"O'M A'H A L u M B t ; R c 6V
iVil Kinds of Building Material at W3'ic !
lit I Sired aii'l Union raclllc Tfuck. Oni i' .
LOUIS BRADFORfJ ,
Dealer in Luraher , Lath , Lime , Sasfe ,
, Ulc. VJrJt'ornor Till nml J-/u i l.'uiuci
KRbU W , UHAY.
Lumber , Lime , Ceoieni , Eta , Etc ,
Cornet ttu ami honeM * Fts. .
C. N. DIETZ ,
Dealer in All Kinds of Lumber ,
Mil ami I'nlilornUi Street * , Omaha. N
To Dealers Only ,
Ofllro.HKI Firnmu street Onuhn.
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JOHN A. WAKEFIELD ,
t Jif salc iiiiiber , Etc ,
ijnmrj \ \ line | UUP.
CHAS. H. LEE.
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood CarpoH nn.l I'nniiicl Kl.-onnj Slli mid HoncUi
fflllllnory iincl Notlonn.
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I. OBERKliLDliH .V CO. .
importers & Jobbers in Millinery & Notions
IN aiiinmUi" < iMitn lnii M
Notions
j. T
Wholesale Notions ami Furnishing Goods
_ _ lalnmln ! > , nlfi tniii m Ou.nlm
VINYAF1D ft SCHNEIDER.
Notions and Gent's ' Fiiriiisliing Goods ,
_ IKS IH-ni'V Mn'ot OmiM _
OvoraiiB. _
CA'NFIELD MANUFACTURING"
Manufacturers of Overalls ,
H-niK 1'antJ. M.i.f. 1-t I'r.'ii 1 inn lvmila : Street ,
. . ' .
Ol.JllllH. .I'll
Office Fixtuioa. "I
THI : MMMO.MH M vsrr.\nTiUMi co.
Bank , OfflccliidlaToon Fixtures ,
Mnnlli" . siili > | , nntM Hook i mi Onn ; ntiirWnll
I nvw. l'.ntiuoim Itnilin.M , > mili'ii > , llorrntulVlno
liK'li-ii ' Mliiuii'tr liuiot , rti ' otUrivliXlimd lja
J-uulll 1 .Hi M. Oiimtm T.-lofilumo 11-1.
Olla.
CONSOLIOATED TANK LINE GO" ,
Wiolsale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
A lo Hreunf , Klc . OiuHlin. A. II lli > hon. ViMn"1" "
Pniiita nnd Olia. _
CUMMINC3S t NEILSON ,
\\holo4iilo \ li-.ilpr ) In
Paints , Oils , Window Glass , Etc ,
III" Knrn'im Stiovt. Onmhn , Nob.
Paper.
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CARPENTER PAFEn CC. .
Wholesale Paper Dealers ,
rarrrnnlro ainrk of 1'riiilitu : Wi nm > lii ; xmlVrlllna
. , . , . , . , *
, , , ,
Pir * * t. i4 | -i rtr- ( <
Storngo , ForwarclliiK & Cominleoion
ARMSTRONG. PETTIS \ CO. ,
Storage , Forwarding anil Commission ,
Urancli hmiMHif tin1 UtMtni'y IttiKKv To Htik'Kk1 nt
> . uulusaK-iiml ri'liul. l > i IllOuml 1,1' ' Iziinl btiuul ,
O null i Ti li'pli MIC N i 7' < l
Toys.
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H. HARDY & CO. .
Toys , Dolls. Albiiiiis',11 , Fancy Goods ,
. 1 * , Ktc
SHOi'l l linilliu , Ni'Ii
_ _ _ _ _ Browors-
STORZ & ILER.
Lager Beer Brewers ,
IV.'l Xortli KUlliU'C'iilli Mrcpt , Oiniiliii , N'rli
_ _ _ _ Cornico.
EACTL E C O R N I C E WORKS ?
Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornice
\\uriuvv clips .111.1 ini'taiukliunn
.IIIIIN KIM vrrn : , l'niirlk-lur. |
1(13 llllCl HU OIIIll I'Jlll BlIIM't.
Printers' Materials. _
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"WESTERN NEWSPAPER UWC-N.
Auxiliary PuHislicrs ,
Dinlcrs In Tjriii' , TrcucH nnl I'rlnli'ra' Sunnllca. KB
Will I2tli bin-el. Oinnlm.
Paper Boxos. _
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' ' jloHN L ? WILKIEJ
Proprietor Omaha Paner Box Factory ,
Nos. HIT nnd UU ) DoiiKlaii St. , Omaha , No1 > .
Rubber Coocla.
OMAHA RUBBER CO. .
Manufacturers and Dealers in Rubber Goods
311 Ciullilnu unil I.eMlior Hi lluu. 10lb ( J iiniaui i'lroot.
, Deere , Etc ,
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T j < }
wi. A. DISDROV / CO '
IVhnli'salo Mnnii lurcr ? of
Sash , Doors , Blinds anil Mouldings ,
Hrnm h ufllco. 13th nnd 1/iinl litrpots. Oiniiliii , Neb , .
"B HN MANUFACTURING CO
Manufacturers of Sasli , Doors , Blinds ,
V-ulJliiKB , Mull Work nnil lnli < ri < ir Hunt \Niui 1 riir
MI N. h . Conior Ml ) nn l l.i'avL-uwjriU Slrt * lh ,
iJniglin. .Nuo. _ _ _
Rtourn Flttingo , Pumpo , Kto.
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A. L. STRANG CO. ,
Pumps , Pipes and Engines.
itcr.mViitcr , lln Ir/ny niul M'ninu 'inptillc * . Klc.
' . 'X Vi > Hint Vlt iMriinn : tti , i'l. On. . aim.
CHUHCHILL > UMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pnuins , Fire , Fi-lings ,
ir. nn Wnlcr PIIIMI | IV I tr
U. a. WIND ENGINE & PUMT CO. .
" * ; fgpii ! and Water Supplies ,
) Wlrrl Mlll tin niul SCI r.un.im hi. , Uiuaba.
- I Hii'i. A ( HIM MiiniiKfi.
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BROWNELL & ( JO. .
engines , Boilers and General Machinery ,
lit'C'l Ir n V.'nrk SICHIII J'liniix. Paw Mill * . r.TJ-1215
l.t'UVL'Mworlli hiio-'l. ni'Slm
Iron WorUo.
"STEAM BOIUER WO'RKH ,
Ciuturi. t-oii , ruip .MiiHiifacliin-Hiirnllktnil *
Steam Boilers , Wsaud Sliest Iron WorK
Wrrkni-oulliSUlli ami II. A MCroHln , ' .
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I'AVION A VIKUUM ! IIION7 WOUKS.
Wrought and Cast Iron Building Work ,
unU Kill l-trc ( t.
OMAHA WIRE A ; IRON WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railings
Do k ItulKVlinUr.v ( iiinril" , I'lixicr HliimH , Wlro
Hliiii" . Kir.'U \ Ni < rtli lull hlri'Ut.Orniihu.
T. "vi. * . HA SAFE and IRON WORKS ,
Man'frs ' of Fire& Burglar Proof Safes
Viiiilln. . .l.iliV < irk li"i Miini'-it ini'l ' I Irn K'fli
li AliUroen , rropr. ' "r lull niul Jncksun fen.
CHAMPION IRON nnd V/1RE WORKS
Iron and Wire Fences , Railing ? , Guards
r.ml M , for lunik * , < , il ' < io.4' iiKiiluncv * . < ! to
il AwniiiL'H 1 o * .tMiitia .Mat Inneruuil . 7
liluuksiulili < nk Mlhoulti lull HI. " " fi
UHAI'IIMl , V H'lH.
Fire and Burglar Proof Safes , Time Locto
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\ uuil ami JunVori , I1J S. l.il.i Atruut.
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