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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. THURSDAY , APRIL 4. ' 1880.
HIE SPECULATIVE MARKETS ,
Bloom Is Stagaoring Under a Biff
Load of May.
THAT FUTURE STILL A MYSTERY.
II Closes At a Shrinkage oTUvcr Pour
CcntH Since Monilny A Slightly
Increasing ID ( crest In Corn
Cattle Kalr.
CHICAGO rilOnUCB MARKET.
CHICAOO , April a [ Special Tolotrram to
Tnft 13RX.J May wheat brofco to OTitfo to
day , a sheer descent of 4 fa as compared
( Vitli Monday , There wat a partial recovery
afterwards , the price gains to D7X but
Ihoro was May wheat "on top" nil day , and
It worked back to WJ&o , where It hung for a
long time , but closed at 05J < c , a shrlnUngo of
4 ? < csinco Monday. Tlio May wheat deal Is
now a mystery to whoso solution the general
attention Is directed , Falrbnnk was asked :
"What Is the matter with May ! " Ho grinned
and said ho had heard that ' 'Uloom wits un
loading his wheat. " The latter had the
temerity to load up with May and then brai ?
that ho was going to ride up on the
clique' ! shoulders , A spokcman for the
clique gave It out that it Utoom
could not bo "shaken out , " the deal would
bo abandoned , und from the way May wheat
v , is offered It looked as [ ( the threat might
bo In process of execution. Uloom announced
Monday that ho had his wheat margined
down to OOc , and In the next breath ho said
lie was "out of wheat. " Ho did not act to
day as though ho was out of wheat , however
much ho might lllco to bo out. Ho had a "Hag
of distress raised , " one of his acquaintances
said. All Hi Is relates to the personal jirmso of
the market , and not to the legitimate situa
tion or the natural cuiiscs or effects. The
crowd is greatly amused at the efforts of the
clique to shake off the "tailors , " and will
npplaud whoever wins. All told , possibly
1,000,000 bushels of May wheat was worked
off durlncr the session. How much of this
was for "tailors' " account and how much
for "clique" account nemo of course can tell.
'Thcro was good trading In July wheat
and little doing In June. July opened at SUc ,
Bold oft during the ilrst half hour to S5J c.
It steadied around and slowly crawled up to
80c. From that point it slid back to brt&o
about noon , but d'.irlng the last hour a
stronger feeling developed and a substantial
recovery In prices followed. The market
pot back to 8iy < c , and was steadily hold.
The closa was SQ&c , or only J c below Mon
day. The feature of the trading was the
healthy general inquiry for deferred futures
on a seemingly legitimate basis
There is a slight Increase of business being
displayed by the speculators in corn , but It
has not resulted so far in much activity , to
day's traieactions being confined largely to
the first two hours , otter which there was
the usual dullness in the pit. Prices were ,
however , more decidedly upward to-day than
for some time , although the resulting ad
vance was more pronounced in July than in
nny of the other futures , with May no higher
in the end than it cloned on Mon
day , Navigation may bo said to
have opened. One propeller cleared
with a load of corn yesterday. The
schooners G. J , Boyce and the Naiad worn
chartered to-day at 'Jo for Sarnia. The firm
ness of the Liverpool market backed up by
excellent shipping demand at tno seaboard
and the active buying of daily car lead re
serves hero were stimulating causes of the
good inquiry which prevailed for speculative
futures. There was especially a good de
mand for July , which led to tnoro than the
usual proportion of transactions in this
month.
.Oats wore in moderate demand and fairly
attlvo early at nearly Monday's prices. The
buying orders wore evidently soon satistlcd ,
however , and in sympathy with the weak
ness elsewhere the market , ruled dull and * {
© Jxfc lower. May was the favorite , selling
from SGJsC down to Soj c , with a final recov
ery of nearly } { c , with Juno in some request
and other months dull. The speculative
business was mostly local in character and
the cash.movement was unimportant. No. 2
oats to go to store wore weaker at 24J3 <
34Xc. Later in the session there was in-
i creased selling , with prices finally resting at
the bottom.
Interest in the provision trade was con
fined largely to pork. Short ribs wore held
steady at hibt Monday's prices to a shade
easier , und in lard the changes experienced
were restricted to small limits. In pork ,
however , the boars were aggressive and in a
largo measure In control , the monthly stock
showing being from 10 to 15 carrels larger
than was expected. They were encouraged to
pound the market , und as a consequence a
eovero depression was suffered. In pork for
May and JiLly the day's actual decline was
i2tfc ! , and for Juno 20c. " Lard close
lower than Monday's host quotation.
GI11OAGO 1UVE SlOOli.
CHICAOO , April 3. | Special TelORrara to
TUB Bnn.J CATTLE The demand was fair
with little or no ulmngo In prices as com
pared with the past two days. There wcro
n largo number of outsldo buyers , and
shipping orders wore liberal but exports
were going rather alow , yet everything
handy and useful was sold , the market gen
erally closing steady on steers , Choice to
extra beeves , $4.25@4.U5 ; medium to good
ulcers , 1850 to 1500 Ibs , $3.0504.15 ; 1200 to
1350 Ibs , S3.-10@8.75 ; 050 to 1200 Ibs , $3.00@
8.60 ; stocltcrs nnd feeders , fJ.40@3.4S : cows ,
bulls and mixed , .00@3.10 ; bulk , 3.20@'J.OO ;
Tuxas steers , J3.00@3.7G ; cows , * 2.00@y.40.
HOGS The demand was fair , with an up
turn of about DC , tba bulk soiling at ? UH ) ,
ttiid a few at 54.85 , also a few at $4.U5@4.97 > tf ,
nnd one Jot nt f . Light sorts sold largely at
W.OO. _
FINANCIAL.
NBW VOIIK , April 'a. fSpocial Telegram
to Tin : Uuc.l STOOKS The fairly good
fooling in stocks at the close yesterday
caused many to bo hopeful this morning.
The opening also gave some encouragement.
There was a spirit of activity , and uricos
with few exceptions , were } 4 to } tf bettor
than at the closo. London had a few orders ,
while Boston was on the buying side ol
AtchUon , Now England and Union Pacillo.
There was good business the Ilrst hour , with
the greater part of the trading In Atchlson ,
Northwestern , Heading , Union Puciflo ,
Lqclcawanun , Now England and Chicago
Goa. There was no positive bull Influence
noticeable after the opening , nor was there
any cause for depression at once. The list
hold 'steady with some stocks a fractlou
bolter and a few n trlflo lower than the first
figures until the end of the hour , whoa there
was a downward tendency. When the weak *
ucss came Lackawanim went oft a point , fnl <
lowed by fractional declines In Heading uni
Missouri Paclllo. It was remarked thai
Atohlson and Chicago Gas were pretty wol !
lustalnod. Toward noon the Eontimoni
changed , and Atchlson became the ccntcr'oi
animation with weakness and a loss of
per ceiit , The rest of the list suffered frorr
dullness , and the drooping tendency con
tlnucd. With the exception of a slight spun
about 11:30 : the market was heavy unll
noon , when the sales were UO.BWS shares nni
pllcus wcro below the opening figures , Thi
closing hours of the stock market won
marked by some nervousness. Reading
Rock Island , Union Pacific and Chicago Ga ;
Ihowed further declines , followed by semi
gains bafaro the close. The bearish focliui
of the day was largely duo to the unfavor
able statements regarding the net earning !
Ol the granger roads. TJio principal lossci
for the day were I point In Union Pacific
le' la' , MUi ourl Pacific , J ( In Louisville
Nashville ami Hurllngton and % ' " Chlcugi
ORB , New Knglaud , Rock Island and SI
Paul. Tlio total clearing * were 253,00
aharcs , Including Durllngton , 24,100 ; Mis
ourl Paclllc , 13,400 ; Reading , 47.UK ) ; Lacks
* wanna , IB.WOj Union Pacific , SO.WJNortl
western , 10ltOj Rock Island , 5.000 : St.
Paul , 0,200.
Thofollowlng wore the closing quotations :
tl.H. 4t rojMlar..lisi < < Northern 1'Aclflc. . 25
U.8. < 9cotinini. , , . ] 8S dopreferred , , . . . . 10)4 )
* n V. . k v . w . . . ini'j
dopreferred 137'4
PncillcfisofH . . .W ) N.Y. Central 107' .
Central Pacific. . . . 31 P..I ) . All . 24
Chicago * Alton..12 Hock Island .
CulcaKO.llarllngton C. , M.St , I1 . . . . . i n
AQulncy ni4 | do preferred 100' <
D..L. * W. . . . . . .l.Tfiii St. Paul & Omaha . ! Hi !
Illinois Central.K/.i'i ' dopreferred V
1..II.&W nlj Union 1'aciflo < XU )
Kan-inn AcToxas. . . 12' < W..St.Ij. fc.V. . . . . . . I2' (
IaVe.Shor . . . . . . . . .lUl'l' ' do preferred. . . . iH
MIclilKRnCentral. , ( n ( Western Union. . . . . t < ! 4
MONBT ON CALL Easy at IJ @ 4 per cent.
Last loon 1 , per cent ,
PniMB McnoxjjriLB 1'Arcn J ) 30 } per
cent.
STEIIMNO EXCIUNOE Dull but strong ;
sixty-day bills , .SO' { : demand ,
IMtODUUlS MAUKKtS.
CHICAGO , April a Wheat Weak and
lower- cash , 5M ? c ; May , P5e ; July , SC.Jfe.
Corn Steady ; cosh , 85cj May , 35 o ;
Juy ! , 8 < y < c.
Oats Easier ; cash , We ; May , 25J c ; July ,
SCo.
SCo.Kyo May , 44c. .
Uarloy Nothing doing ,
Prime Timothj S1.JJ3.
Whisky 1.03.
Pork Stondy ; May , $12.25 ; Juno , $12.80 ;
July , $12.37 .
Lard About steady ; cash , J3.00 ; May ,
iO.OTJ .
Flour Nominally unchanged ; winter
wheat. ? 2.25.1i.2.V ( spring wheat , Jl.-I0@il.25 ;
rye , $ ! .C5@3.UO In barrels.
Dry Salt Moats Shoulders. $5.uO@5.7fi ;
short clear , $ O.G2K@i5.75. ; short ribs , JO. 15
$0.20.
HuUcr Firm ; creamery , 18Sl23c ; dairy ,
Clicoso Weak ; full cream choddais
and Hats , I0 ; @ 10 c ; Voting Americas , 11'f
Keps Steady ; fresh , 10@10Kc.
Hides Weak ; heavy green salted , l > Kc ;
light green salted , fi > e ; green , -lu ; salted
bull , 4&c ; green salted calf , Oif ( < ? tKc ) ; dry
Hint , TJ GiSo ; green salted kip , 4 ( > 4Kc ; dry
calf , Ttjrjso ; dry salted 7c.
Tallow Weak ; No. 1 , solid packed ,
4o ; No. a , ajfc ; cake , 4 e.
New Yorlc. April 3. Wheat Receipts ,
1,000 ; exports , 8,000 ; apot , strong , higher ;
No. 2 , 87 > { (7&3TKo ( in store , Sflo atloat , 8S@
88c f , o. b. ; No. 3 rod , S2u : options mod
erately active , higher ; April , ST' c.
Corn Receipts , 111,000 ; exports , 08,000 ;
spot , moro active , higher , strong ; No. 2 , 43
@ 43Jfc in elevator. 44) ) < @H N'o afloat ;
ungraded mixed , 41@I4c ; options dull ,
higher and strong.
Oats Receipts , 45,000 ; exports , 2,000 ;
market dull and b.iruly steady ; options , dull ,
weak and lower ; April , 30 c ; May 30 , ? < fc ;
spot No. 2 white , April , 33 (3340 ( ; mixed
western , 30@38c.
Coffee Options opened barely steady and
closed barely steady at iri ( < i20 points be
low yesterday's close ; sales , 78,000 bags ;
April , $1075(315.80 ( : May , ? 15.85@1C.OO ;
July , flO.15@10.iiO ; spot Rio , quiet ; fair car-
cocs , $18.25.
Petroleum Firmer and quiet ; United
closed nt 01c.
Eggs Steady ; western , 10@i } o.
Pork Lower ; now , 518.50@1H,75.
Lard Dull and easier ; western steam ,
$7.30 : April , $7.25.
iJuttor Firm ; western Ila20 ( } c.
Cheese Dull and weak ; western , OJ Q
Liverpool , April 3. [ Special Cablegram
to TUB BEB.J 3:30 : p. m. close. Pork-
Holders offer moderately ; prime mess , east
ern , 65s , steady ; do , western , 55s , steady.
Lard Holders offer moderately ; spot and
April , 80s 3d , dull ; May and June , 80s OJ ,
dull.
dull.Wheat
Wheat Holders offer sparingly ; new No.
2 , wiuter , 7s 2 d , easy ; do , spring , 7s Id ,
steady.
Flour Holders offer moderately at 11s 3d ,
steady.
Corn Holders offer sparingly ; spot , 3s
9d , firm ; April , 3s 10 J , firm ; May , 3s lO d ,
firm ; Juno , 10s l d. finn.
St. IioulH , April 3. Wheat Lower ;
cash , 03 ( < l04Kc ; May , J3@04 } e.
Corn Higher ; cash , tfOXe ; May , 30fc.
Oats Irregular ; cash , 23 } e ; May , 20 > fc.
Pork Quiet at 813.00.
Lard Easier at $0.70(20.75. (
Whisky $1.03.
Milwaukee , April 3. Wheat Steady ;
cash , SO c ; May , 87 > o ; July , Slitfc.
, Com Firmer ; No. 3. 32i$33c. (
Oats Steady ; No. 2 , white , 2S@23'4c.
Rye Firm ; No. 1 , 43c.
Barlny Easier ; No. 2 , 55c.
Provisions Steady ; pork , $12.15.
Minneapolis. April 3. Sample wheat
lower with no Improvement in demand ;
receipts , 105 cars ; shipments , 45 cars.
Closing : No. 1 hard , April , S1.07K : May ,
$ l.OS ) < J ; on track , 31.07K : No. 1 north
ern , Auril , 00 > c ; May , W % c ; on track , 07
08cNo. ; 2 , northern , April , tO ; May , yo o ;
on track , 85 } @ 37c.
Kaunas City , April 3. Wheat Quiet ;
No. 2 rod , cash , 89c ankcd ; May , SOc bid ;
No. 2 soft , cash , no bids nor offerings ; May ,
85o.
85o.Corn Weaker ; No. 2 cash , 20 > c asked ;
May , 25o bid ; No. 2 white , cash , no
bids nor offerings ; May 2Sc asked.
Oats No. 2 , cash , no bids nor offerings ;
fclVK STOCK. .
Kansas City , April 8. Cattle Ho-
celpts , 8,000 ; aliipmouts , 2,000 ; market
stronger for medium weight steers ; cows ,
strong , Do liiRher ; good to choice corn-fed.
S4,00@4.25 ; stockers und feeding steers. gl.CO
Q3.C5 ; OOWH , ? 1.05@2.75.
Hogs Receipts , 0,000 ; shipments , 500 ;
market lower ; common to choice , fl.25@4.55.
Nntionnl Stock Yard * , Cast Ht ,
Lotils. April 8. Cattio Heceipts. 1,700 ;
shipments , none ; market steady ; choice heavy
native steers , fy.70@4.30 ; fair to good , ? 3.00@
8.00Rtockors and feeders , $3.00@3.7U ; rangers
corn-fed , ? U.7r3GO ; grass-fed , $1.00@a.BO.
Hogs Heceipts , 8,000 ; shipments , 1,100 ;
market steady ; choice heavy nnd butch-
ors' selections , ? t.70$4S5 ( ; packing , $4.00@
4.76 ; light grades , * 4.70 ® .85.
Sioux City , April 3. Cattle Receipts ,
620 ; Bhioments , 202 ; niAruot steady ;
fat steers , * 2.8 : > @ 3.83 ; cows , ? 2.2T3.75 ;
stockers , $3.85@2. < i5 ; feeders , ? i.ar @ 2.00 ;
canners and bulls , $1.00@1.50 ; veal calves ,
? 2.00@4.00.
Hogs Receipts , 1,201 ; market sto.idv. So
lower ; light and mixed , ? .52H@l.GO ;
heavy , W.55@I.C2)if. )
OMhllA L,1VK STOOii ,
Cattlo.
Wodnesdny , April 8 , 185'J.
These who were looking for n lower mar
ket on account of the heavy receipts yester
day and to-dny wore ngreoabl.v disappointed.
The buyers did tulle a little lower prices ut
the opening , but about nil It amounted to was
talk. The handy light and medium cattle
wcro In good demand and sold BO nciirly at
yesterday's prices as to lenvo no room for
distinction. Heavy cattle were weak , as
they have been hliico the receipts bccnmo
heavier. The dressed bcof nnd shipping
steers sold at n range of & 3.1C ( < 2n.75 with n
largo proportion at W. IBiWa.CO. The butch
ers' stock , which was In light supply , bold
fully steady , but there were no choice heavy
corn-fod cows , such as have been selling at
$ : i.OO. Feeders wcro also in light supply and
the trading necessarily limited. While thnru
Wiu not quite fto much life to the trjulo as
yesterday thu market was fairly active and
the pens wore practically cleared before the
close.
The hog market was do higher , but the
heaviest paouers were on the bear side and
they contested every Inch of ground lu an
endeavor to keen pncei dawn , malting the
market slow and dragging , The pent ) , now-
over , were cleared before midday.
Only ono lost' was offered on the market
and it sold readily at Jlrm prlctM.
llucelptd.
1.6JC
Hog U.ICK
Bheoji , , , , , 01
ProvcllliiK I'rlccs ,
The loiluwlnx Is a table of prices p-.ld la
this market for the frr-vlcs of stock men
tioned :
1'rlino stcora , l 0d to 1500 Ibj..t3.50 CTI.OO
Prime stccra , 1100 to 1'JOO Ibs. . 3.1W C 3.0S
Nutlvofocdera. . . , , 'J.7ia,10
Ooinmoii to ( 'ood cows , , l.M ) W'J.CJ
CUcIco to fancy cow , ii.05 Ci3.10
Fair to choice billls 1,75 ® 2 75
Fair to choice light hOR 4.53 M4.00
Fair to choice heavy hogs 4.55 OJJI.fX )
Fair to choice mixed ho s . . . . 4.55 MI.O )
Fair to choice western sheep , . 8.80 ( gl.JW
Fair to choice Ncbraskas 3.0J ( 4.10
Itcprcscntntlvo Snlnj.
8TCKIIS.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
1 700 $2.85 18 1120 $3.40
5 WO 3.00 1 1250 8.40
2 975 3.00 8. 1175 8.40
22 1118 8.12K 15 1141 3.40
33 070 8.15 20 1030 3.40
21 103,1 3.15 01 1225 3.40
20 Oil 8.20 11 1271 3.40
10 1013 3.23 31 1803 3.40
0 808 8.23 10 1303 3.40
13 1078 8.23 84. ( 1203 8.42J *
4 1802 8.3J 20 1S20 3.48Jjf
13 1070 8.80 17 1211 3.45
10. . 113(1 ( y.30 10 1237 3.45
20 1182 3.80 80 1210 8.45
20 IOCS 3.30 14 1203 8.45
85 1310 8.30 Or 1287 8.47 , ' {
21 1003 3. ! K 58 1202 3.50
21 1034 JI.32J < 37 1824 8.50
20 1070 3.32 ! < 37 1225 8.50
1 1800 8.82'i ' 18 1803 8.50
1 1000 8.83 10 18t2 8.60
13 1182 8.'S 20 < 1445 3.55
10 1134 3.35 20 1283 8.65
21 1130 .B.83 . 8 1200 8.55
18 1100 3.35 14 1295 3.00
10 1210 8.85 10 1347 8.05
13 11033.85 15 18SU 3.70
21 1213 8.40 22 1475 3.75
cows.
1 1200 1.75 2 13SO 2.80
1 1070 1.75 4 1210 2.40
1 BOO 200 20 1170 2.40
1 1040 2.00 25 1042 2.40
10 10V.I 2.17'4 1 1210 2.40
3 1830 2.25 4 1150 2.45
1 1250 223 8 1117 2.60
11 1010 2.3' % 10 Ufa 2.50
8 1118 2.85 17 1034 2.60
1 1810 2.85 ! 1 087 2.50
0 1135 2.83 2 1223 2.50
Jl 1171 2.35 1 1130 2.00
,1047 2.35 8 UC3 2.65
1 1230 2.85 8 1033 2.03
2..i..1270 2.40 1 1510 2.70
3 1003 2.75 1 1100 2.75
3 840 2.75
2.75HULLS.
HULLS.
1 1450 2.00 1 1750 2.55
2 1B30 2.80 0 1705 253
5 12.0 ! 2.40 1 2060 2.53
1 1720 2.45 1 1030 2.75
. . . . . . . . 2.60
2.60CALvns.
CALvns.
11 444 2.23 4 115 4.00
1 00 2.50 2 : 120 4.50
1 210 3.00
3.00MIXED.
MIXED.
14 1200 2.40 18 1104 3.30
5 1032 2.40
STAGS.
1 1200 350 18 1352 3.00
1 1230 2.75 1 1010 3.00
FEEnnns.
23 013 3.00 23 807 3.00
OX EX.
.1077 3.00 2 18SO 3.00
noas.
No. Av. Shk. Pr. No. Av. Shk.
04.,803 200 4.55
80..221 80
50..218 280
72..233
i7..300 120
59 . . .200 120
OS..222
50..272
SI..247
02..310
02..280
CO . . .274
02..255
05..235
73..2uO
03..234
CO..ISO
44..210
07..240
' 0..230
M . . .223
20..300
134..243
75..220
03..252
20..805
03..207 SO
77..243 120
SIIEEl' NATIVES.
No. Av. Pr. No. Av.
50 115 4.80 41 118
Iilvo Stock Notes.
Hogs advance 5c.
No decided change in cattlo.
Sheep in demand at firm prices.
About everything in the yards sold.
The prices paid for hogs on Wednesday of
last week ranged from $ I.47J < @ 4.GO , with
nearly everything at $4.50@4.55.
The live stock commission Ilrm of Boll ,
Collins & McCoy will hereafter bo Known as
Bell & Co. The members of the firm are
the same with the addition of T. C. Shelly ,
the well known ex-mayor of Falls City , Nob.
OM'VHA WHOLiESAhE MARKETS.
Produce , Fruits , Etc.
BUTTEU Creamery Fancy print , 24@2Co ;
choice print , 21@23c ; fancy solid packed , 20
( Ji22o ; choco solid packed , 10@20c ; Dairy
F'ancy roll , 1719c ( ; ; choice , 15@10c ; good , 13
@ 14o ; low grades , 10@llc.
CHEESE Full cream Cheddars , choice , 11 }
@ 12) c ; full cream Hats , two in hoop , 11 } ? @
18c ; full cream Y. A. , choice , 12X@18c ; oft
grades and skims , 5@9c ; limburger , 10@12c ;
brick , llj @ 12c ; Swiss , 14@15c.
Euos Strictly fresh , 8 ( < jOc.
LIVE POUI.TIIV Chickens , per doz , St.OO ®
4.50 ; ducks , $3.75@4.00 ; geese , SS.50@9.00 ;
turkeys , per Ib , 10 ( < gl2c.
DIIESSED Poui/niv Chickens , per Ib , 12@
13c ; turkeys , 14@15o ; geese , ll@12o ; ducks ,
VEAL Heavy grassers , 150 to 200 Ibs , 5@
Co ; Inferior calves , 50 to CO lbs,3@5o : me
dium to good , 70 to 85 Ibs , 4@0c ; choice to
fancy , 100 to 180 Ibs , 0@7c. „
VEOETAIILES Potatoes , Colorado nnd
Utah , OOfiOoo ; Wyoming , 50@55c ; Nebraska
and lown , choice large , 2025o ; common. 18
( aiflc ; sweet potatoes , Jersey , per bbl , $2.75
Ca)3.00j ) beets , per doz , 50@70c ; carrots , 85 ( < $
40c ; cabbage , California , per Ib , 2c ; parsnips ,
per bu , 60@ < iOc ; onions , red choice , 50@55c ;
silver skin , G0@75c ; turnips , 20@23o ; ruta
bagas , 8540o ; radishes , 20@25o ; lettuce , 25
@ : iOc : cucumbers , ? 1.50@2.00 ; string beans ,
per box , ? 1.75@2.25 : celery , 50@00c ; spinach ,
$1.00 per bbl ; pie plant , per do < 5,50o ; parsley ,
per doz , 25c ; soup bunches , 85c ; cauliflower ,
$1.51.75 ( ) ; asparagus , $1.00 ; boots , now ,
OOc.
OOc.GAME Mallard , per doz , ? 3.00@3.50 ; red
head , pur doz , 2.50 ( 8.00 ; teal , nor doz , $1.75
@ 2.00 ; common small , per doz , $1.00 ( 1.50 ;
rabbits , per doz , 00e@$1.00 ; jack rablllts , per
doz , $3.0U@3.BO ; squirrels , per doz , 00c@1.00 ;
Jack snipe , $1.0U@1.25.
Ari'LGS Per bol , fancy Now York and
Michigan. 2.75 ; choice , $3.25 ; choice Missouri -
, souri , $2.25 ; good , $1.75@2.00.
FOHEION FituiTS Malaga grapes , krgs , 40
to 55 Ibs , lOo per Ib ; bananas , per bunch ,
$ l.f > 0@3.00 ; lemons , fancy now , 300 to 360 s ,
J3.00M3.75 ; oranges , Los Angeles , $ J.50j
Riversides , $3.50 ; Navels , $5.00 ; Rauchito ,
$2.50 2.75.
CiiANiiEimiES Bell & Bugle , choice , $0.00 ;
Hell & Cherry , choice , $5.50 ; choice Jersey ,
$7.25.
HIKES Green salted , No. 1 , 53 > o ; No. 2 ,
28fc } ; calf , 5@5 o ; dry flint , 7 ( < ? 8i ; .
UEVNS Nuvios , hand picked , per bu
$2.10@2.20 ; good clean country , 1.0'i@3.00 ;
off or poor stock i $1.00@1.50 ; California , $2.00
O3.10.
CIDEII Michigan , perbbl , $4.50@5.00 ; New
York , per bbi , $5.00(25.50 ( ; half bbl , $2.75@
8.0Q ,
FKITIIKIIS Per Ib , prlmo live goose , whlto ,
3501 Do ; mixed with gray , 25 30o ; damp and
musty. 10@20c ; prime live domcstlo duck , 20
@ 25c ; wild duck , 15@20c.
SAtiErtKJUtiT Per bbl , 30 gal , choice , $3.00 ;
per half bbl , $3.00.
PorcoiiN Per Ib , rico , IfrfllKoi common ,
c.
HONBV Hb frames , clioico\vhlto , 15@10c ;
dark , 13 < 31lo ; strained , 10@l2o.
JBI.MES 3f@4o } per Ib ; preserves , 10@12o
per Ib.
LAUD 7Jtfo in 50-lb pkgs.
Mi.NCKMKAT 0 > iS7o per Ib.
Groceries.
Revised prices are as follows ;
BAGOINO Stark A , seamless , 22c ; Amos-
koag , seamless , 17 > io ; Lewiston A. seamless ,
I'.H : ; American , seamless , 17o ; burlaps , 4 to 5
bu , H@l4c ; guuulcs , slnglo , Ho ; gunnies ,
double , 2Uo ; wool sacks , 40o.
TwiMM Flax , 20o ; cotton , 16(3220. (
DHIEU FJIUITS Figs , In boxes , per Ib. 0@
lOc ; dates , in boxes , 7@10o ; London Dohesa
raisins , per box , $5.00 ; Malaga loose raisins ,
$ J.30@3.50 : now Valencia raisins , per Ib , 7o ;
California loose muscatels , per box , $1.8U@
2.HO ; California Londons , 1S33 , $2.30 ; pitted
cherries , 17c ; California pitted plums , \wr \
Ib , PCJllc ; dried blackberries , per Ib , 0@ro ;
dried raapbcrrica , per Ib , 20c ; evaporatcil
apples , V@r > tC { California unparod evapor
pcacho * , 12@14e ; evaporated California
apricots , 14Hil7c ( ; ctirrunfv Bo ; Turkish
prilnos , 4 (34 ( 0 ; citron , 22(32le ( ; orange
pool , 15c ; lemon peel , Hc < California French
prunci , 7 ( < Ulc. ' >
PICKLES Medium. In bbls , $5.00 ; do , 111
half bbls , $3.00 ; small , in > bbl ! > , $0.00 ; do , In
half bbls , $3.50 ; gherkins * In bbls , $7,00 ; do ,
in half bills , $1.00.
ROASTED Corrr.EB German , 24'tfc ' ; Me-
Laughlln's XXXX , 2lko ! Arioso , 2 Kc.
CorrEns Green Mocha ; 23rjj30o ; Rio ,
good , 20c ; MandahllntfJ0@28c ; roasting
Rio , lOo ; O. Q , Java , 2l ( < i.20oi .lavn , Inferior ,
22@23c ; Rio. fancy , ! ! l$3ic ( ; Santos and
Maracaibo , ITQIOc.
SUOAU Granulated , S c : conf. A , 805
white extra C , 7J < c ; extra C , 7Jfc ; yellow C ,
0)c ; cut loaf , 8i'C tf > c } powtiorcd , b c ;
cubes. 8J c.
BEESWAX Choice yellow , 20@22J.fo ; dark
colored 18@l4e.
Toiucco Plug , 20@35c ; smoking , 10 ®
lOc.
lOc.SILT $1.35 ® 1.40 per bul.
Rorr. 7-10 , 14c.
MAPLE SUOAII Brloks , ll@12o , per Ib ;
penny cakes , 12@13o per Ib ; pure inaplo
syruu , $1.00 ocr gal.
Sun ui SYIIUM 34(533o ( nor gal.
WIIAITINO PAPAII Manilla , OJ e nor Ib ;
straw , lJ ' < 31Kc per Ib ; rag , 2Xo per Ib.
TEAS Young Hyson , common to fair , 18(1 ( ? !
25o ; Young Hyson , good to fancy. 80yl35c ;
junpowdcr , common to good , 22@25c ; Gun
powder , choice to fancy , 40@05c ; Japan.com-
uon to medium , 12 'JOo ; Japan , choice to
fancy , 80@45o : Oolong , common to good , 25i ( ?
40c ; Oolonc , choice to fancy , 50@70c ; Imperial -
rial , common to medium , 25 ( < J83o ; Itnporlal ,
good to fancy , 40@50c.
Cit\CKEIIS 0@7o per Ib ; assorted cakes , 8
@l5c p r Ib. as per list.
CANDY Mixed , OK@12 > n'o ; stick , OX@llc ;
rock candy , 10Ji@18o ; fancy candy , 7 ( < 5'J3c.
HOLLAND Hr.nuixos 50)0c ! )
M \CKEIIBL Family , half bbls , $12.60 ; No.
1 , $18.50.
CODFISH I
BTAIICII l@7k
NUTS Almonds , 10@18o ; Pecans , 13c : Bra
zils , Oo ; peanuts , 0@lOc.
Si'icm Whole Allspice , 12o ; Cassia , lOc ;
loves , 25c ; Nutmegs , 70o ; Pepper , 20c.
BAGS Union sauaro , 35 per cent dlsct.
Dry Gootl.q.
COTTON Fr.ANNr.i.s 10 per cent trade dis
count. Unbleached LL. , SJtfu ; CO , OVo ; SS ,
7o ; BE , 8 c ; GG , O 'o ; XX , 10J& ; OO ,
like ; NN , 12 0 ; AA , He ; DD , 15 > < c : TT ,
lOJ c : YY , ISc ; BB , lOo ; bleached , 20 , 8 > c ;
70 , 12' c ; SO , 13J c. Brown and shite , 50 , Uc ;
CO. 12)ic ) ; 00. lOc.
CAHI-ET WAIIIBibb , wblte , lOc ; colored ,
BATTS Standard , 8c ; Gom. lOc ; Beauty ,
KC ; Boone , 14e : B , cased , $0,60.
PniNTB Solid colors Atlantic , Co ; Slate ,
Co ; Berlin oil , OJ < o ; Garner oil. 0@7c.
PitiXTS Pink and Robes Allen. Oo ; River
iwint , 5 > < o ; Stool River , 6c ; Richmond ,
IJ c ; Pacillc , 7c.
PIIINTS Dress Charter Oak , 5o ; Rain-
ano , 4c ; Lodi , 5 > c ; Allen , Oo ; Richmond , Oc ;
Windsor , 0) 0 ; Eddystone , O c ; Pacific
PUINTS IKDIOO BLUB St. Leger , 5J c ;
Arnold , OJ o ; American. CXo ; Arnold C ,
long cloth , 9o ; Arnold B , long cloth , 10 } o ;
Arnold , Gold Seal , 10c ; Stoifol A , Wo ;
Windsor , Gold Ticket , 10 > c.
GINGHAM Plunket checks , 7 > Jo ; Whit-
tontou , 7c ; York , 7j c ; Normandl dress ,
8c ; Renfrew dress , 8J (3)l2 ( ) > e ; Whlttenton ,
8c ; Calcutta , 7o.
CAMHIIICS Slater , 5ci Woods , 5o ; Stand
ard , 5c ; Peacock , 5c. ,
BLEECIIED SIIEETIXO Ellcrton ,
Housekeeper , 8 0 ; Now Candidate ,
Berkeley cambric , No. CO , OJ c ; Best Yet ,
8-4 , 0c ; Buttcrcloth , OO,4Mo ; Cabot , lc ;
Furwoll , half bloached,8J o ; Fruit of Loom ,
SJfcl Green G , Oc ; Hope , 7 > c ; King Philip ,
cambric , lOo ; Lonsdalo cambric , lO c ; Lons-
dalc , S c ; Now York Mills , lOo ; Pepper
ell , 42 in , lOKc ; Pcpporoll , 40 in , HJ c ; Pep-
perell , 0-4.15 > c ; Pepporell , 8-4 , 21c ; Pcppor-
ercll , 0-4 , 23o ; Pcpperoll. 10-4 , 25o ; Canton ,
4-4 , Sc ; Canton , 4-4.OJ c ; Triumph , Oc ;
Wnmsutta , lie ; Valley , 5c.
Buows SHEETING Atlantic A , 4-4 , 7 e ;
Atlantic H , 4-4 , 7c ; Atlantic D , 4,4 , OKc ; At
lantic P , 4-4 , Oc ; Aurora LL , 4-4 , Oos Au
rora , C. 4-4 , 4Jfo ; Crown XXX , 4-4 , " '
Hoosier LL , 4-4 , Oc ; Indian Head , 4-4 ,
Lawrence LL , 4-4 , flc ; QJd Dominion , 4-4 ,
5c ; Popporell. B. 40 inch , 7' c ; Pepperell ,
8-4 , 18c ; Poiiperell , 9-4 , 21o ; Pepperell , 10-4 ,
23o ; Utica C , 4-4 , lc ; Wachusott. 4 4 , 7tfc ;
Aurora R , 4-4 , 7c ; Aurora B. 4-4 , 0 > o.
FLANNELS , PJ.AID Raftsmen , 20c ; Goshen ,
82Kc ; Clear Lake , 30Xc ; Iron Mountain ,
FH.NNELS , Wiiixn O H No. 2 , % , 22Kc ;
G H No. 1 , % , 203 < c ; B H No. 2 , 22c ; 11 H
No. 1 , % 30c : Quechee , No. 1 , J , 42c ; Quo-
cheo , fto. 2 , % , 37 } < Jo ; Quechee , No. 8 , } f ,
82 > a'c ; Anawon , 82wc % . Windsor , 22 > c.
FUNNELS , RED C , 24-inch , 15Kc : E , 24-
Inch , 21 } < c ; G G , 24-inch , 20c ; H A F , J , 25o ;
J R K % , 37c ; G , % , 25c.
COIISKTS JEANS Androscoggin , yic'
Kearsargo , 7c ; Rockport , 0c ; Couestoga ,
riCKS-York , 30-in , 12 c : York , 32-in ,
13 > c ; Swift River , 8cThorndike , OO , 8Mc :
Thorndike , EE , 8 > < o ; Thorndiko , 120 , '
Thorndike , XX , 15c ; Cordis , No. 5 ,
Cordis , No. 4 ,
Di
7oz ,
8Ko ; JdlTrby.XX , ilKc ; iTafl . .
Heaver Creek , AA , 12o ; Heaver Crock , t u ,
lie. Beaver Creek , CO. lOc.
KENTUCKY JEANS Memorial , 15c ; Dakota ,
ISo ; Durham , 27Hc ; Hercules. ISc : Leam
ington , 22 } c ; Cottswold , 27 c ; Melville ,
25c.
25c.CitAsn Stevens' B. 5 } c ; Stovena' B ,
bleached , 7c ; Stevens' A , li o ; Stevens' A ,
bleached , 8J4c ; Slovens' P , 7e ; Stevens' P ,
bleached , 8 'c ; Stevens' N , Oc ; Stevens' N ,
bleached , 0 > e ; Stevens' SRT ,
Lumber.
Dimensions nnd Timber
12 ft 14 ft Itt ft 18 ft 20 ft 22@24 ft
2x4 . ? 15.00 15,00 15.00 10.00 17.00 20.00
2x0 . 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 17.00 20.00
2x8 . 15.00 15.00 15.00 10.00 17.00 , 20.00
2x10 . . . . 15.00 15.00 15.CO 10.00 17.00 20.00
2x12 . 15.00 15.00.15.00 10.00 17.00 20.00
4x8 8x8 10.00 10.00 10.00 17.00 17.00 20.00
Fencing-
No. 1 , 4 and 0 inch , 12 and 14
feet rough . * 10.00@10.50
No. 1 , 4 and 0 inch 10 feet . 17.00 ( < $17.50
No. 2 , 4 und 0 inch , 12 and 14
feet . . . . . . . * . . 18.50M14.00
No. 2 , 4 and 0 inch , 1(3 ( feet . 15.00@1S.OO
Finishing-
Island 2d clear.lKlnch s,2s. . 49.00@51.00
1st und 2d clear , Hand 2 inch ,
s.2s . . . 47.00@50.00
3d , clear , U41 inch s , 2 s . 43.00@40.00
3d , clear. IK and 2 inch s , 2s. . 43.00@40.00
B select , I'/ ! } < : and 2 inch ,
B,2a. . . . . ' . . 37.00@38.00
1st and 2d , clear , 1 inch s , 2a. . 45 00
A select , 1 inch , s , 2s . 38.00
B select , 1 inch , B , 2s . 81.00
Flooring
IstcomOinch whitoplne . 34.00
2d " ' ' . 81.CO
3d " " " . 20.00
D " " " - . 20,00
Com 4 and 0 In yollo\v nine , . . . 15.CO
Star" " " ' " " . . . . 18.00
1st and 2d clear yellow pine , 4
andOInch . . . . . 2.000
Poplar Lumber w '
Clear popular , box boards , % in
B2s . t..i . 85.00
Clear poplar , ; ( injpanel . 80.00
Clear poplar , % In p.ijupl . 25.00
Clear poplar , U In slwk wide ,
s2 s . . . . . , .M . 28.00
Clear poplar commuted ceiling ,
K in. . . . ji. . . . 30,00
Posts Jl
White cedar , 0 Inch lialvcs . 12
" " W " jii ( ' nnd
8 Inch < jrs . J ( , , . U
White cudur , 4 inch.hulvcs . ( id
Tennessee red codur.jjpllt . 10
Splitoak ( whlto ) . . ; . , , . 8
Sawed oak ( white ) . . , . 10
r
Shingles , per M
XXclear . 3.20
Extra * A . , . 2.M )
Standard A . 2.60
5 Inch , door . 1.00@1,70
OInch , clear . I.75Ml.bO
No. 1 . 1.10&U5
California red wood , dimension
widths . 4.50
Cypress , clear heart , dimension
widths . 3.40
Lath , perM . 2.60
Ship Lap-
No. 1 , plain , 8 and 18 Inch . 17.50
No. 2 , plain , 8 and 10 inch . 15.60
No. 1,0. , Q . 18.00
Siding
1st com , 13 anO 10 feet . 22.00
2d " " . 10.00
8d " ' . 15.00
Fence " . " , . 13,00
Stock Boards
A 12-Inch , s. 1 s. 12 , 14 and 10 at 40.00
U 11 ii 'u .1 4100
C ii ii 8e.oo
D ' 23.W
No. 1 com , 12 In. s. ! . 12 feet , IS 00
No. 1 " ' 14 and
10 feet . 1T.50@18.50
No. 1 com. 12 lu. s. 1 s. 10 , 18
uml20fect . . . . . lO.f.O .
No. 2 com. 12 In. * . \ s. 14 nnd
10 feet . . . 17.00
Colling ana Partitions
1st com. f In. white pine par
tition . 32.00
2d com. "X in , white pine parti
tion . , . 37.00
Clear < J In. yellow pine celling 20.00
Clear % In. Norway. . . 14.50
D 2d com. % in. Norway . 13,00
Boards-
No. 1 com. . 1 s. 12 , 14 nnd 1C. ft 10.50
No. 2 " ' ' " 14.50
No. 3 " " " " 12.00
No. 4 " " " "
( shlp'gcull . 13.00
Battens , well tubing , pickets
O. G. Baits , 2 > 4 Inch . CO
O. G. Baits , > $ x8 , sis . 35
3 In. well tubing , D. & M. and
bov . 2000
Pickets , D. .til. Hut . 10.00
Pickets , D. it A. square . 2200
Lime , etc
Qulncy white lime , best . .PO
Kngllsh nnd Gorman Portland
cement . 3.40
Milwaukee and Louisville . 1,30
Michigan and Fort Dodge , ph\s-
tor . 2.25
Bine Rapids piaster. . 1,115
Hair . 20
Sash , GO nnd 10 per cent dis
count ; door * , bllndi , moldIngs - *
Ings , 50 nnd 10 per cent dis
count.
Tarred felt , per ewt . 2.00
Straw boards . 1.05
Metal nnd Tinners' Stock.
flloak tin , small pig. , , . .28
illock tin , bar. . . . . v .29
Jopper , pliiulihcd boiler sizes . .33
Joppcr , cold rolled . . ,80
-oppor , sheathing . .2 ! )
Copper , pitta . ,2t !
Copper , Hats . .30
Gal sheet iron , Juniala , 50 , 10 , and 5
per cent discount .
Pat , planished iron , 24 to 27 A . 10 }
Put. planished Iron , 21 to 27 B . ti }
Rooting , 1C , 14x20 , 112 sheets . O.OU
Roollng , IX , 14x20 , 112 sheets . 7.50
Roofing , 1C , 20x23 , 112 sheets . 11.00
Roofing , IX , 20x2S , 112 sheets . 14.50
Sheet iron No. 2(1 ( . 3.40
SheotlronNo. 27 . 8.50
Solder . ll@10
Tin plate , best charcoal
1C. 10x14 , 225 sheets . 0.50
IX , 10x14 , 225 sheets . 8.25
Tin pluto , coke
1C. 10x14 , 225 sheets . 0.25
Steel nails , per keg . 2.25
Steel wire nails , per keg . 2.75
Drugs and Chcmlcnlo.
Acins Sulphuric , lc ; citric , 58c ; oxalic ,
15o ; tartarlc , 4Cc ; Am. carb , 14e ; alum , 2J <
® 3c ; arrowroot , 80c : balsam copaiba , ti , " > ( a >
75c ; borax , 10@13c ; calomel , 80o ; castor oil ,
fl.l ) . i@1.10 ; cream tartar , 32u ; corrosive sub ,
SOc ; chloroform , 45@50c ; cxt logwood , 12c ;
glycerine , 24c ; gum arable , OOc ; gum cam
phor , 85c ; gum opium , $3.15 ; morphia sulph ,
OILS Bergamot , $2. 80@3.00 ; lemon , $2.00 ;
peppermint , $3.00@3.50 ; wintcrgreon , $2.40 ;
olive , $1.00 ; quinine , SofiNSc ; strychnia , $1,05
O1.10.
SHROEDER & DEAN
,
GRAIN
,
Provisions i Stocks
Basement First National Bank ,
3O5 South l.ltli Street , - Ouuiliu
Health is Wealth
DII. K , C. WEST'S Ncnvu AND IlnAiN TIIHAT-
MKNT , a guaranteed specific for Hysteria , Dizzi
ness. Convulsions , Fita , Nervous Neuralgia ,
Headache , Nervous Prostration caused by the
useot alcohol or tobacco. Wakcfuluoss , Mental
Depression , Softening ot the Drain resulting in
Insanity and loading to misery , necay und
death. Premature Old Age , Ilarrenuess , Loss of
I'ower m either sex , Imoiuntary losses and
Spermalorrha'n caused by over-oxertioii of
tno Dram. salfaDuso or over indulgence. Iliich
box contains one month's trentmcnt , tu \ box ,
or six boxes for " > , sent by mull prepaid on re
ceipt of price.
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To cure any case. With each orner received by
us for six boxes , accompanied with $ * > , wo will
send the purchaser our written guarantee to re
fund the money It the treatment does not effect
a cure. Guarantees issued only by ( ioodman
Drug Co. , DiugglBts , Sole Agents , 1110 1'arnam
Street Omaha eb.
'HESS ' CURED ,
*
_ _ _ „ L And NOISES IN KAI )
& entirely overcome br
Impn'd TUBULAR EAR CUSHIQHSl/ /
Whliper * . Conrcriitlonnndwuilchcfcrd. Com H
fortftbllHplf'AdJii tInr n < irDiefB. hufrpfctrulif
wherebll other rcmfillri i BOLP tv * * tfa
( o ! mi m t H I
F.mSCOX , Hntllrnn < 3w j. rar.Ulh.K wYMrk.
C At Loc \VIUTC for ILJ5ST U BOOK of PUUOf d , k Jt .KO AOtWT *
OVK POOR , NAVY.
Another United States War Ship
Meets AVith JInrU Liiick.
PcNiiACoi.A , Fltt. , April 8. [ Special Tele-
grain to TUB BBC. ] The Untish steamship
Falshaw.Captuln Bennett , from Capo Verde ,
nrrlved'hero last evening bringing Intelli
gence that the United States man-of war ,
Brooklyn , had been found In mldoccan in dis
tress nnd without provisions. Captain Ben
nett said that at noon of Tuesday , March 20 ,
ho sighted a vessel about seven miles oft his
port bow flying Dags of distress and cignal-
ing the English vessel to come closer. Ar
riving with in speaking distance Captain Ben
nett found the distressed stranger to bo the
Brooklyn. A boat put off from the latter
containing Lieutenant Heald , SurgeOn
Boardsloy und the ship steward. Lieutenant
Ilcald explained that the Brooklyn had broken
her main shaft und had damaged her other
machinery. In addition to this they were
out of provisions and asked the Englishman's
assistance , which Captain Dennett frcnly
gave , replenishing the Brooklyn's' larder
most liberally. The Brooklyn was proceed
ing under sail from Honolulu to New York
and had been at that tlmo 137 days 'out.
Lieutenant Ilcald declined all offers of fur
ther assistance and the vessels parted , The
Brooklyn has arrived at tit. Thomas.
A grand llouriali of trumpets often
horulds the advent of nn artldo which
fnila , wlion triad , to justify the nolso
iniulo in its bo half. The unassuming1'
merits of Vnn Duster's Iliivorlnc1 ox-
trncts dorlvod from choice fruit , of
standard purity , und clouted over a
quarter of a century afjo to the chief
place among Ihivors , tire too wall known
to need more than a general reminder.
Cheap coniDOtHcm of valutas articles
heighten the popularity of these. AH
grocers. _ _
Tlio Ilctl Crows Wrcokotl ,
WASHINGTON , April 3. The United States
consul at Auckland has informed the state
department of the wreck of the American
ship Red Cross , of Richmond , Mo. , on
Tonga Islands. Nineteen ot her men are
destitute at Auckland ,
'An Ohio Bunt : Burglary.
PLYMOUTH , O. , April 8. Burglars blow
open the safe of the First nationol bank this
morning , but only got $1,000.
Mary Anilei-ion Kiiiln For Liverpool.
NKW YOIIK , April S. Miss Mary Ando
son , Joseph Anderson and his wifa an.4fh
lattcr'a sisters sailed for Liverpool to-day.
ARrlcuUurnl Implomonts.
L I'AUKKll ,
Dealer i i Agricnllnial Implements , Wagons
Carrlagei nnd | .noclp < . Jonco UrcM. between Oth and
lUlli.Omntia. Nfbtmttt.
LIXINORR , t mjl-OALf CO. ,
Agricnlt1 Impleraenls , Wagons , Carriages
lliicgkiiclc. Wlioloalc. Omaha , Nchra'lin.
I'AHLIX , OHESIJOHFA MART1X CO.
\Vhole le Denier * In
A ricnltnralInmleinenlsWagoiis& , Buggies
(01. OTn and 1117 Jonmtreet , Omaha , _
310L1KK , MILUURXA 1STODDARD CO. ,
Hnniifactnrcr and Jobbcro In
Wagons , Bnggies , Ra'es ( , Flow Etc ,
Cor.Wli and I'nclllc ttrcets , Uniaha.
_ Artists' Njotorlf ls. _
1. IIOSI'E , Jr. ,
Artists1 Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
U1.1 Douglas street Omaua , Nebraska.
Boots nnd Shoos.
ir. v. MOUSE A co. ,
Jote of Boots anil Shoos ,
1101 , HOT , llitt ] > < uiRln < Uteri , nmnlia. Mnmifuctory ,
hummer Uroct , lloilon. _
Conl , Coke n n d Llmo. _
OMA HA COAL , COKE A LIME CO. ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soil Coal ,
2U ) South 13th Mrcot , Omnha , Not.r.-nka.
ffiUHASKA WET. CO. ,
SiripicsoFCoala ilCok
III South 13tU St.Omnhn , Neb.
PERKIXS , OAlVlA LAUMAtf ,
Importers and Jabbers of
Crockery , Glassware , Lamps , Silverware
Etc. 1511 Fnrnnni street , new 1'niton btilldlnir.
RWDKLL A IUDDELL ,
Storage snfl Coinniission Merchants ,
Specialties Duller , OCKK , choc o , poultry , game.
luwtml utroct. Dinaha. Neb.
_ Dry CoodB and Notions. _
M. E. SMITH A CO. ,
Dry Goods , -Fnrnisning Goods and Notions
1103 and 1101 Douglai. cor. Hth street , Omahn , Neb.
KILPATRICK-KOUir DRY GOODS CO. ,
Importers anUoliliers In Dry GoodsNotions ,
Renti' lurnlahlnit goodn. Corner Hth and llarn r
Btrvcts , Omalm , Nclirasko.
JIBL/iV , THOMPSON A CO. ,
Imiiortor nnrt Jobbers of
Woolens and Tailors' ' Trimmings ,
217 South 15th street.
Furniture.
l" A STONE ,
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture
Karnnm street , Omahn , Nebraska.
CHARLES SHIVERICK ,
Fnrnitnre ,
Cmnha Nebraska.
Crocorlos.
PAXTOIf , GALLAGHER A CO.
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
705,707,709 and 711 South 10th St. , Omabn , Nob.
McCORD , BRADY A CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers'
13th ana iicaycunorth streets , Omaha , Nebraska.
Hardware
W. J. UROATCH.
Heayy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
Springs , wagon stock , hardware , lumber , etc. 1203
and 1211 Ilnrnojr street , Omnha.
LEE , CLARKE , ANDREESEN HARD
WARE COMPANY.
Wnolesaie Hardware , Cutlery , Tin PJate ,
Metals , sheet Iron. etc. Agents for IIowo scales.
Miami ponder and Ionian barbed wire ,
UIMEUAVQII A TAYLOR.
Build rs' ' Hardware and Scale Repair Shop ,
Mechanics' tooU nnd IluITalo scnlea. 1(05 Dougiai
Eticet , Omaha , Neb.
JLurr Bgr.
JOI1NA. WAKEFIELD ,
Wholesale Liimher , Etc ,
Imported nnd American I'nrtland c ment. Statl
agtnt Icr Jlllwnuki.'u liTdraulluoeuicntand
( julncr whuollmc.
R. LEK ,
Dealer in Hardwood Lumlier ,
Wood carpets nnd parquet flooring. Dth and Uouclas
ttreots , Orunlni , Nob.
' OMAHA LUMUKR CO. ,
AllKinds of Building Material at Wholesale ,
18th Street and Union I'aclllcTrack.Om.ilia ,
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer in Lnmher , Lath , Lime , Sasn ,
Doors , Kto , Yards Corner 7th nnd Douglas. Corner
10th and Douglas ;
FRED W. OR A Y.
Lnmcer , Lime Cement , Etc , , Etc ,
Corner Ctb and Douglas Sts. , Omaha.
C. N. D1ETZ.
Dealer in All Kinds of Lnmher.
I3lh and California Streets , Oiuabn , Nebraska.
rVlllllnory and NoTTonsT
I. OHERFELDER A CO. ,
Importers & Johhers in Millinery & Notions
aw , 210 and 213 couth lltli street
Notions.
J. T. ROlilKSON KOT JON CO. ,
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goods ,
4UI and < 05 Boclli 10th street , ( liunlia.
. . . - . " . . . . - ,
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE"CO. ,
Wholesale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
Ailo ereast ) , etc. . Omaha. A. H. Illshop , Manager.
CA RrENTER PA PER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper Dealers ,
Cnrrr n nice stock of printing , wrapping and writing
paper , bimolul attenllaii Klvtn to car luaj orders ,
8torago , oryvn rd ' I n B& > CommjBB _ jp n.
ARMSTROtfa' PKTTJfi A CO. ,
Storage , Forwarding and Commission
Uranc houie of the HcnaDjr lluggr Co. llugglei at
wholesale and retail. Um. U1J , I.U2 UarJttrujt ,
Onittba. Telephone No. I'M.
Toys.
" ' "
IL HARDY "A'CO. ,
Jobbers of
Toys , Dolls , Alhnms , Fancy Goods ,
HOU.C
PALMER , RWllMAN A CO. ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
UNION STOCK YARDS CO. ,
OfOmana , Limited ,
Uohu V. Uojd , SupsrlntenJenU
Ooota nnd Shooa.
K1RKSNDALL , JONES A CO. ,
Burfcxom to llcoJ , Jones A Co.
Wholesale Hannfoctnrer * of Boots & Sneer
Agents for lloiton Iliibbcr Bhoe Co , 1101101 and 110 |
Ilarnor Street , Omaha , Nebraska.
Droworo.
STORZ A 1LER ,
Leger Beer Brewers ,
1BI North Klghleealh itfftt. Omaha. N K
Cornloo.
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Galyanizcd Iron Corntco
Window-caps and rnotnllotkyl'slits. John Kpenelert
proprietor , 1W and liu touth 10th street.
Offloo Fixtures.
S1MMONDS CO.
Mnniifncturcrfl of
M , dee and Saloon Fixtures ,
Unties , nelioants. | Hook Ca e , Dnm Mituren. Wall
Ca os , Partltluns. Italllngs.Uountern , lleerand Wln4
Coolers. Mirror * . r.sKart \ < irj nnd omrc , 1730 and ltd
Houth IJth Ht. , Uniaha. Tnlcphona 1124.
POXOB.
' _ _
L. wi Litre , ' ' >
Proprietor Omaha Paper Box Fictorr ,
Not. 1117 i1J 1319 DoiiulM etrccl , Omahm , Nrta.
Rubber Goods.
OMAHA IWnilER CO. ,
KaniifacliTO anfl Dealers in Rubber Goofli
OH clothliiR nnit leather lu'ltlnit. 1U < 3 Knrr m itr * t
Spsh , Doora , Etq.
" it
If. l. /SHKoTK "ArCO. ,
Wholttalc manufacturer * of
Doors , Blinils and Moulding ! ,
Ilrnnch oclco , 12tU nnil Itnnt slrcnt Omaha , N b ,
D011N MAXUVACTUIUXQ CO. ,
Maiinf.cliirers of Sash , Doors , Blinte ,
loiirtlne ! , ? tnlr-wnr't nnil Interior linnl wood flnlak *
N.U. corner Elli ami IonviMirtli trt t ,
_ Oiiiiilia , Ncli. ,
_ Stpom i FlttlnB8 Pumpa , . _ _ .
IITSAXG& C ! Sl ! < } 1S1 M HEATO
Pnmps , Pipes and Engines ,
Bttam , water , rnllirar nnJ inlnlnq suppllea , eUk
_ S > ; 0 , H3 ana il'4 I'nrnnm street , Omaha. '
U. S. WIND EXaiNE A 1'UMP CO. ,
Steam and fate : Supplies ,
3I : iiJ T nlntl inlll . 913 nnd
U. F. HOBS , actlnit
UROWXELL A CO ,
Engines , Boilers and General Machinery ,
Bliccl-lron work , Monm pumps , snir mllli. 111S-121S
l.cavcnBurtlnlrci't , Omaha.
Iron .Works.
STEAM
Carter & Son , Prop's. Mnnufncturom of all klndi
Steam Boilers , Tanks anfl Sliest Iron tori
Works South 20th and II. A M. crossing.
'
PAXTON A VIERLING IRON WORKS ,
Wrought anil Cast Iron Bni ding fort
Enylnc'.i , hmei work , general fomulry , machine and
blacksmith work. Olllco and works , U. 1 * . lljr.
nnd 17tli street , Uinalia.
OMAITA WIRE A IROft WORKS ,
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railings . * j& *
Desk rails , window guards , flower stands , win llsnf.
etc. 1-1 North lull street. Onmba.
OMAHA SAFE A IRON WORKS ,
Ma'if'rsofFireauOurglirProifM- ' ' V ®
Vault ? . Jull woik. Iron ghuttcrs and lira oicmpci.
O. Aiiilrocn , iirun'r. Cur. Htli uiitl Jnckton BU.
-THE-
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
OF TUB
Chicago , Milwaukee &t , PaulR'y ,
The I5c.st Route from Oninlia and Council
ItliifTs to
- THE EAST =
TWO TUA1N3 DAILY 11ETWK1JN OMAUA A
qOUNCII , I1I.UKKS
Chicago , AND Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , Cedar Rapldfj
Rock Isluui ] , rrccporl , Rockford ,
Clinton , Dubiique , Dnvonport ,
Mnillson , JanesAllle , '
Rclolt Ulnonn LaCrosse '
, , , * fl
And all other Important points ICmt , NortUeatt an < < *
bontlieait.
b'or fir.insli llckols. call on the ticket ncent at IBM
Karna'ii struct , In Darker Uloci , or at Union I'actfll
1'tillnian Sleepers and the flno t Dlnlntf Carl In iht
world are run on the m iln line of the Chicago , Ulft
wutikee & Kt. 1'Hiil Hull way. and ovcrjr atlontlon II
pnlu to imsaciiKcrs bj courteous ouiployei ol till
coiupnnr.
It. .Mlt.l.Kll.Uonrral Mnnnxor.
J. F. TUCKKll , Aiil tant Uunornl Manitcor.
A. V. It. CAUl'KNTlill , ( Jeneral 1'usjcncor and
Ticket Aiient.
UKO. K. 111AKI'OIll ) , Assistant Genorairasienfet
and Ticket Apont ,
T.J.CIjAUK , General Superintendent.
1-KE AND
RAILWAY.
Omaha ,
Council Bluffs
* M
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iiicago , < ' 1 '
> >
Tim only rrm.l . to lake for DCS Slolnos. Marshaltown. :
Cednr It'iiilds , Clinton , liixon , Clilcngn , Mllwauiiee
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hT'id'XKW
iV ? ffi , ? in wlor .nta 9 ,
Aniongn few of thu numerous [ mints of superiorly
enjoiri'iiuytliapntinnsiif this roud bctwaen Omahi
? -.ll..fil.ll.J2BOVllro . . " " tllro" 'f ln a dar of DA.1
.OACI KB. which aratnullnest wblrh human art and
nKOiiiiltrcnncrome. 11 I'AI.AIIRHI.ISICI'INU OAKlt / * '
I ho equal of which citn not ho round elsewhuro"M'
'
Council Illuirs , tha trnlnn of tlm Union I'ncll eJlitlU 'C *
wny connect In unlwi depot with Ihnso of tlid CtoC
rnup A NorlliMastcrn Uallwajr. In Chica l
l-or Doirolt , Culumhiin , Indlaniiiolli , Cincinnati , ' ' ' , '
Nltmani lftl8 ! , llufliilo. I'ltlnbiirir'lorontoMontri5ah J
ll'jilon.Now Vurk , I'lillu-iclnlilu - , Ilaltlmoro , W U < 4
lu810"'Sna * " r'ol"u' ' " IUo Kl 1' A' " fcf Mosoti f ii } j
NORTH WESTRRN"
if. UUUIUTI' E. P. WIIBO.V ,
Oen'l . ' 'Aaent (
W.N. lIAUrOCK.drn'l We.leYn ABcnU
D , K. 1CIMIIAI.1. .Tickot Aueiit.
0. K. WKsiT '
* * vt it < n * City HvnuuKur All9
Ol FiiinRin Strset. Omnlm , Feb. _
CajiUnl Stork $160,000
Iilabllltlcs of Stockholders 00OOU
Vive L'ei1 Cent Interval 1'nld on Do * * 1
posits Coinitouiulcd tie.inl- I
CIIAHMW K , MANOHItRON , l'rft Weitt ,
} tf\iW hl3tf ! !
JOHN I ! . WlUMJlt ,
, j. w.pA.NWBrr. Ouy 0. IIAUTON ,
J. J. llHOU'W , U M. HliNNKIT.
' ' Till ) ! ! . ( , . KlMU.U.L ,
llr.Mir rusiiT , K. I , . BTONII ,
OMAHA I&TCo. , Ij. II. WlM.tAMS ,
MAX MKYKII. TtltlMAN IllICK.
JAuesW. .SAVAQB , K. W.NAKII ,
V. W.WKMKI.S , 1.1 : . OiiNnooN ,
ANSONO. X K. W. WKI.IA
11. HIEMAN ,