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From Another Standpoint Uotcs
Mr. Sumner's confidence was a sa
cred trust, but the marble of death
I opens the lips of silence to the state
ment of many most interesting
I facts. Hawthorne remarketl of him
that "he said more things worth re
membering than any man he ever
knew ; that nis memory was an ar
gosie freighted with all sorts of
knowledge, that he threw overboard
Two o the hotest summers ever
known he stayed in Washington as
.Mr. Lincoln's connaentuu aaviser,
and it was during this period that
Mr. Seward said "Mr. Lincoln had
too mauy Secretaries of State." His
laborious correspondence with the
leading men of JEngland, Bright,
Cobden, Gladstone, Harcourt, Earl
of Carlisle, Duke of Argyll, and a
host of others, did much in mould
ing public opinion in favor of the
Union during the most critical per
iod of the war, and timely words of
weight and wisdom in English jour
nals owed their Inspiration to his
Soon after Chief Justice Taney's
death he showed a card from the
President, upon which was written:
"Hon. Charles Sumner. The vacant
Chief Justiceship is placed at your
disposal, 4- Llvcolx."
"There was a time when this of
fice would have been the realized
dream of my j-outh; but now it
must not, it cannot be. The breach
between Mr. Chaise -and the 'Presi
dent is growing wider and wider,
and this will close it, No personal
sacrifice is too great, nor can any
thing tempt mo to desert my post
The Republican party must remain
intact until its mission is fulfilled "
It is well known that only the
great Senator's persistency accom
plished the appointment of Mr.
Chae, after a tedious delay from
October to December. Mr. Chase
through life remained unconscious
of Mr. Lincoln's ofler and Mr. Sum
ner's refusal. Such was the delica
cy of feeling that pre-eminently
characterized his acts and eltbrts for
his friends. The simple autographic
card alone remains a witness that
ambition was not the infirmity of
his noble mind. Mr. Lincoln often
spoko of him aihis "stand-by," and
to him were confided al the doubt
ful questions of his foreign policy;
toN. P. Willis, the poet,' anil to
others he called him "his good ge
nius," and to him, first of nil, was
told that thrice-drempt dream that
preceded Lincoln's assassination.
Mr. Sumner lias
LEFT OX KECOKD
his liking for Mr Lincoln, and of his
full appreciation of his wondorful
character, his patience, and his pa
triotism in times of trying troubles.
The cool flat-boatman and the clas
sic schojar fraternized, and found a
common cause in which to labor, to
sutler, and to die.
Sometimes lie talked of trees as of
friend3, and the old English elms of
Boston were his admiration. He
told me he thought h.e could distin
guish with closed eyes what tree he
was near by the' dilTerent melody of
the winds' vibration through its
leaves. This M'as especially the
HIS .GBEATEST FAVOniTE
of all the evergreens, the pine. tree.
He watched with a gardlner's inter
est the acclimatization of the foreign
trees planted hv Downing In the
park in front of his residence- Cedars
of Lebanon and Cryptomeria Japou
ica saying ; "The embassadors of
many countries come and go ;
change waits upon them, but these
gentle diplomates from the Orient
and Occident will stay with us al
ways." I was at his house in Boston when
he old it, and after signing the
deed he said thoughtfully : "fii this
bouse my dear mother lived and
died ; in this house I spent my boy
hood, and Ipart with it with a heart
full of sorrow, and with eyes full of
tears. There are none who can
ever love us with a mother's love.
No, not one." And for a few mo
ments he was lost in a cloud of
memories of other days and other
During the pendency of the
SAX DOMINGO TREATY
Mr. Sumner was offered, through
the Secretary of State, the mission
to England in place of Mr. Motley.
Mr. Fish called upon him at his
own house and tendered him the
appointment In answer, Mr. Sum
ner was brief and decisive. Ho in
dicated an inflexible determination
to remain in the Senate in prefer
ence to any appointment in the
gift of the President, I believe this
was the last friendly interview be
tween the two.
His unostentatious benevolence
was so quietly bestowed that none
but the recipient was aware of it,
and when quite ill, so that he dis
liked to drive alone, he called for me
to accompany him to see theSer-geant-at-Arms
of the Senate about
one of the employes (a poor colored
woman) soon, as he thought, to be
"THEY LOOK TO ME,"
said he, "and if I do not help them
who will?" I expostulated with
him. He was so weak I feared the
consequences of his climbing up the
Senate steps, even with my assist
ance ; yet iq answered, smiling, in
the dying words of an Archbishop
of Paris : "Bonus pastor xtnimam
suam dat pro ovibus au!s; (""The
good shepherd lays down his life
for h9 sheep.")
In the winter of 1S73, after recov
ering from one of his severe attacks
he said: "If my work were only
done death would come to me, not
a skeleton, with terror, but as the
Greeks sculpturea nun a youtn
crowned with poppies, bringing re3t;
yet it will all bo well in God's own
time; and when I die I wish my
"CARRIED TO THE GRAVE
by the race I have served so long,
ahd to whose elevation my life has
His disposition remained under
all circumstances to the last unruf
fled, unsouied, and unembittered.
It was the calm tranquility of a for
giving soul, with aims so elevated,
INTEGRITY SO SPOTLESS,
a magnanimity so divine, you would
seek in vain to find a parallel on the
pages ot history; and yet so tender
was his heartj'aud so kindly sensi
tive his feelings, that, upon the
personal appeal of a woman, ho did
not make an already prepared
speech, by which a personal matter
of justice to himself would have
been righted, now left at the discre
tion of his executors. His faults, if
they can be called such, were his
generous sympathy and his. child
He was among the public men of
his time who could truthfully say,
"I never asked a vote from a single
human being, nor have I ever so
licited an office for myself." He
utilized hia life, and all its varied
activities were employed to restore
the equality of races and the free
dom of mankind. If America ever
had a statesman he was one in it
largest, broadest, and fullest sense,
To the philanthropy of "Wilberforce
' he united the eloquence of Cicero.
I He urged and saw carried out John
' Quincy Adams' theory of freeing
the slaves as a war measure. He
was the foremost to advocate tl e '
amendments to the Constitution
and witnessed their triumphant
adoption. He origiuated the idea
or consequential uamages, aim me
' Geneva Arbitrators based their de
1 cision upon his interpretation of in
ternational law. With British
habits and American ideas self-
sustained, self-determined, and self
assured, he gave confidence to the
despairing, courage to the timid,
and endurance to the weak'dnring
a four years' war; and of him may
be truly said, in the wortls of Ed
mund Burke, "He never stirred
from his ground; no, not an inch;
he remained fixed and determined
in principle, in measure, and in
conduct; he practiced no manage
ment; he secured no retreat; he
sought no apology." Such was
The Shirt That Opened Behind.
A man in Greenfield," whom we
will call William, got up the other
morning and proceeded to put on a
shirt which his wife had just made
for him after a new pattern. As she
stood at the mirror curling her hair,
she heard a suppressed sound, half
way between a groan and an oath,
and turning round said, laughingly,
"Why, my dear!" "Shut up!" he
ejaculated; "you are a born fool.
Never attempt to let a woman at
tempt to fit a shirt, she can't do it;
it is one of the impossibilities."
"But William," depreciatingly,
"Don't you talk let me talk. Do
you think I'm going down town in
"this rig? A pretty disposition you've
got; just becar.se I happened to find
a little fault last week with your
ironing, you must go and make me
a shirt without a bosom! Such ma
licious conduct, madame, is unpar
donable. Shut up, I say. I won't
hear a word. When a starched shirt
front is the' only finery that a man
indulges in. Is he not excusable for
being particular in regard to that, I
should like to know?. And this
thing sots like the devil. Look how
baggy it is here in front, and it feels
behind as if there was a board bound
across me ;" walking up and looking
in the glass, hitching up first one
shoulder and then the other, after
the indescribable manner of men
trying a new garment. His wife
dared not speak, but, bringing a
good-sized mirror from the next
room, she held it up behind him for
a moment; and perceiving by his
chop-fallen expression that he saw
the point, and the front, she ran
down stairs to settle the coffee and
see that Bridget had set the table
geometrically. As William walked
down to his office that morning, he
said to the first friend that he met,
"I tell you, Tom, that little wife of
mine is a born genius. Look at
this shirt now ; s.he cut and mado it
all herself; no confounded button
holes to bother a fellow. Just sond
3our wife up for the pattern." And
it was by the wa3- of Tom's wife
that Lizzie first knew that William
was pleased with his shirts.
SPLENDID 1 UNPARALLELED
Wheeler & Wilson
Sewing Machine Co.,
Over EIgi:ty-ni Competitors
WORLD'S EZPOSIiIOh. VIEN 5A. 1873, &3.
X. Th' Ki'lglil'4 Cross of the Imppri-
1 irtl-r of ( rn-U Ji fjli,-'
conferred hy his Apo olic Majesty the
Emperor of Austria, upon th Hutiora
ble .Nathauiel Whwler, l'resident of the
heeler A Wilson ScWihit Machine Coiu-
Smy, SLi thefout dtrand buiUir oi the
iviog Machine industrr.
f The Cri.d Hplomauf Honor, rec
ommeu Jci liy the International Jnry for
thi. Sea ins Machine ou'any only, for
their important contributions to the ma
terial and s clal welfare of mankind.
3 Tii Granrt n-etlnl ror lr.eief,
awardnl for their new No Gfewirig Mi
dline, b'ing for pkoob&s made rime
the aris exposition of 1SC7, at trhich the
only UOLD MtDiLfor hi wing Machine!
was awarded to thi Cnmiany. iicne
tbeVIcn aa-ard marks PrOQEESS mi
lrom a 1'iw level or inferior medal, bit
from a floLD MEDAL, the highest awarJ
made at Paris.
4. The 'anil .Mrrtal for M-rIt, for tfca
development of Needle Indus. ry and ri
ce ltn.eand superiority of manufactured
5. A a. nu 91'dsl for Merit, for excel-
1 pee and 'ipr!ority of Cabinet ork.
tbeouly award of the Und, in this sec
tion. C' 3Icd.ils forservornl oope-atorvf of
the Wheeler A Wllaua Company for su
7. The Official Ileport, published bv the
UesebalD bectjo.v of the VI ona Ex
positlo", slir.Vuei he scpbemact of i t e
Wheeler 4 VTilsi-n Company for quantity
and quality of Manufacture, an position
in tlici-ewlug machine business, as fol
lows: OFFIO.AL REPOKT, VIENXA EXPOSI
TION, Sl'IM) M'CHIsES. AC.
(OBOCT 13, SEC. 2, B.)
"Th"K'C&ieisoing achuie Manufactory
in the wotld Is thit of Wheeler 4 W'ilso , New
York, which alone has brnagm already over
90J.OO0 cf their .-ewing Machines Into i met I' al
use. The complete piodnclii.n of the part by
machinery Is so regulated that each comple e
ma-hlnemsy be used a a simple for exhibi
tion Thi Vu prcdu-es 6.0 well adjusted
"lhe late-t production of this firm, and
which la the wonder ot th- Vienna Exposition,
it their new o.t" Sewing Mcl.in?, This uni
versal machlnesews the heaviest leather har
ms said thi finest gauzes with a truly pearl
"Wheeler A WINon hire rfeclved the highest
prizes at all World's Expositions and at the
Vienna Exposition w.re extrrordlnarlaly dis
tinguished," Further Distluguisheil Honors.
New Toee, Sept. 15, 18T3.
The Grand Medal of Honor,
aHEKICAX institute xewyokk
Was unanlmou.ly recommended by the
Judges of Sewing Machines for
WHEELER & WILSON'S
NEW 2s 0. 0 SEWING MACHINE
ts being "a decided improvement OTer all other
machin-s in the m rlet,"-and which "must
rrTolutioi.lre certain branches of industry, e
pttUUv la Shoe and Ilarnet Manufacturing."
"BaLTiMonE, Md., October ai,15TS.
"The MaEtL'AND Institcte h awarded
Whkkleb i. Wisox the (-OLD MedsL for
l.elr new ho. 6 Sewing Machine. Other Sew
ing Machines received nothing."
"?VjLXjfA, November 4, 8'3.
"At the GsonniA Statb Taix, a Silver
Medal, the hvhest an I only premium for
Leatber r-titchtng, was awardad to WiikELER
A Wilsos for simples dsne on their Nsw No.
6 Sewing Machines."
Principal Odec. No. 025, Broadway.
AsendMlnaUthe Principal Cities cftis World
SUCCESSORS TO HALL BROS.,
Stsam Z2igia.3s 1 1
Mlnln? and Mill Machinery,
33ixiicl:r.s:, Caia c
and all kinds
Carrier Ninth and Vicholas Streets.
The foundry in connection with the Van
Dorn Luchlne shops,
Sit. 230 IIAKSET STREET.
If now In operation. I am prepared to a tke
all kinds of castings.
UUZiaiZ W M, FENWICK.
Money and Commerce.
Office Omaha Daily Beh, )
March 31, IS
March has played us one of her
j provential pranks and
. of the fair promises of
morning has assumed one of her
fiercest aspects, as if taking a sort
of demoniac satisfaction in assert
ing her warning power over the
affairs of men. The effect upon
trade is felt more in the retail stores
than among the jobbers. Business
was quiet, however, in all line3 and
no change occurred in prices, except
iu dressed poultry which is firmer
and marks a light advance.
The week opens with milder
weather and a buoyant feeling in
business circles. Prices remain
quiet with very little disposition of
the buyers to "cut" Sugars are
reported advancing in Chicago and
St Loui3, but the advance is not
sufficiently positive to cause a
change in Omaha quotations.
Business in wholesale lines was
fairly active.to-day in all branches.
The demand for dry goods was
larger than usual. Groceries moved
in heavy lots and prices were well
maintained throughout. Coffees
settled at yesterday's quotations and
the impression in business circles
seems to bo that they have touched
bottom, for the present at least
The market is well stocked with the
better brands of teas and pricoa are
low enough to compete with Xew
York or San Francisco.
More than the usual number of
western merchants left for homo by
this morning's trains, and the pack
ing rooms are still busy with then
orders. OMAHA JIARr.ET3.
Carefully Corrected Dallv.
American, It ; Albion", 10 ; Al
iens, 10; Connestogt, 10; Dannells,
10 ; TrumanV, 8 12; Garner & Co.,
9 1-2 ; Hamilton, 10 ; Merrimack
D. 10 ; OricnUl, 10 ; Pacific Mills,
10; Sprajucs, 10.
Amoskeasr, A, O, A, 25; do A, 23;
do B, 20; Conestoga, A, Pre., 26; do
B, 27; do Gold Medal, 20.
Peppenell, 8-4, 30c; do 9-4, 37 l-2c,
do 10-4, 40c; do 11-4, 45c; Waltham,
8-1, 27 l-2c; do 9-4, 32 l-2c; do .10-4,
AiuiidKeag, i- i--:c; iugu3ia,iic;
Everett, G, G, 13 l-2c; GreatfFalla,
a t mi r.
Indian Deads, 12c; Pcpperell, E,
fine, 12c; doR, ine, lie; dT6, 10c;
do X, hne, lie ; uo sheeting, cfgi Ji
dobbeeting, U-4, Zi l-2c;
A, A, 12c; Start, A, 12.
1 CORSET JEAN3.
Amoskeag, lljc; ITearsarjp Satin,
j 13 l-2c; Laconia Satin,-- 18 l-2c;
Naumkcag Satan, 14c; Peppenell Sat
Amoskeag, 24c; Arkwrighr, blue
10c; BeHYcr Creek, A, A, 19c; Hay
Maker, blue, 13 l-2c; India B, B,
blue and brown, 19c; New' York, B,
25c; Otis B, B, 19c; dp C, C, 17c
Oakland, A, lCc; Warrea, B, B-, 18c;
do A, 16 l-2c.
Androscoggin, 4 4, -A, A, 17c; do
L, 4-4. I5c; Boot, S, 4 4, 11 l-2c; do
B, 4-4, 13c Emit of tbe Loom. 14c;
do 1U0, ISc; Gold 5IcdaI,-12 l-2c;
Hope, 12 l-2e; NowYork Mills 19c ;
Wamsatta, 18c; Lonsdale, 13Jo.
STEELE 4 JOnNSON 533-340 14TH ST.
CLARK FKEXCrc COR. FARNHAM AND
PITNDT, METER & R V APKE, 212 TXKX'
UVM ST., WUOLL8ALE I BALERS-
WHITNEY BAWSHIiMAN A CO, 147
Co flees firm at, for Bio 10
30Jc, Java, old government, 35c,
Costa Bica 31c. DriedFruits supply
limited; Layer Hasina, new, 3 50;
Dried Apples 1014; Salt Lake
Peaches 15. oysters 2 lb can 4 604 75
Peacbes case, 2 dozen, 5 005 25;
Tomatoes, per case of two dozen 3
pounds, 5 005 25; 2 lbs, 4 00a4 25.
Cbeeae 18Jal9; butter "choice roll
33a35cgg3;12rl4;bean2 65 per bu;
Rice Ran. S; do Carolina 9J; black
berries 1 7al8; prunes 15;curranta new
8aS; teas Oolong 30al 00; Japs 45a
90; Gunpowders COal 40; Y. H. 45a
1 00; hone' in comb 23a33; strained
in class 25.
BUTTER AND Ed 03."
J. G. Rosenficld, Prod uce commis
misaion mcrchants,199 Douglas street,
furnish us with tho followingjfquota
tions: Butter, choice roll33a35;
common roll, a20;- egg,
prime apples, 8 00 per bbl ; potatoes
1 40 per bu. Cranberries $9 pr bbl.
Supply limited with demand active
as follows: Chickend, dressed, 9all ;
turkeys, lla!4c; geese, 8i9c; ducks 9
SlOpcrbbl. - A
Lemons nnd oranges Mess, lem
ons, 7; oranges $6 256 50:""
John T. Edgar, wholesale ' dealer
in Hardware and Iron, corner 14th
Douglas, favor us with thi following
quotations and report active move
ment in trade on order account from
the interior. l
Bar iron in car load lots, at 4 cent
rates; nails, dolOd, 4 Ci ; 8d, 5 00;
Gd,525; 4d,55X; 3d, 6 25;nrrought
nails, 6 75 ; cast steel18c balk;' axes
$13 00 per doz. r
A.B.ubermann'. 510-512 13th
street 'wholesale dealers. Quo
tations: minkJNb. 1, 1 25al 50;
coons, 45c ; muakrat, 14c for fall and
21c for spring ; skuntprime black,
1 00c ;do. striped, 15 to 30cjbtter, No.
1, 5 00 to 6 50; do. No. 2, 400; fishs
er, iu good order, 0 00; wolf, large
mountain No. 1, 2 25 ; do. NoaS, 1 50;
' do. small, 50 to 80; beaver, vrelfifar -
red and cleaned,
martin, fn.m 2 50
to color: fox, silver
25 00 : do. cross, 3
do. red, 1 50 ;
deer skin, hair red an
ort, 25c per
Cooke & Kallou furnUt tbe follow
ing quotations, for butKers' stock,
native steers, 4a4 1-2; jfcutas steerx,
3Ja3; hogs unsettledjprime, 4a
4 1-2 : sheep. firm andXictive at 4
l-2a5 00. A?
Dressed beef, 6 l-2c; dressed pork,
Gc; dressed mutton, S 1-2; S. C. hams
13c; shoulder, 7 1-2; breakfast bacon.
10c: clear sides. 10c: law,- firm at 9i
Powell & Co., Soap monnfacturers.
Supo Publico, 61li26 3-4; Savon
Republic, do., Cjjemical Olive, 6 to
G 1-2; P.tlm, 551-4;. German Mot
tled, fi l-4a6 At
SADDLERY HARDWARE AN LEATIIEB
IT. G. anJ. S. Collin.-, wholesale
dealers in saddlery hardware, harness
leather, aid findings, quote: oak
harness Ieawer, 4245c; union do
4143; hemlock do, 4043; oak
bridle leuDuTr, $60$72 per doz;
-kirting rteatlier, 434Sc ;, collar
leather 22124e; Team collars $250
27.00 per doz. ; Concord do, $35.00
$40gb.ffhog skin, split back, do,
$20 0022.50 ; canrai bellies, $18.00
EAPER fTEINTERB' STOCK.
W. H3 Seaman, wholesale paperand
printcrT-stock dealer, 181 Farnhatn
street, qoetes: straw paper, 4c; rjg.
wrap., Gc hardware wrap., 7c; dry
goods do, 10c;" manilla do, 13c ; news
print, 1214e; twin, paper, 25c;
jute, 25c; cotfcen, 35o; hemp, 2oc;
sacking, 30c. j
ART 600PS AND UPUOLSTKREE'S
BenjaminBjJones, Decorative Up
holsterer and dealer in fine art goods,
270 Farnhun Street, furnishes the
Oil wauut mouldings, one inch,
per foot, fc; 2 inch 10c; inch 15c;
polishedjralnut, i inch 7c; 2 inch
15c; 3ich 21c. Berlin gilt, 1 inch
G15cT2. inch 1230c; 3 inch 18
45c,4imitation rosewood and gilt, 1
iu'ch 510c; 2 inch 1020c; 3 inch
riam bands, o leet, all colors, per
pair; 1 50; ornamental bands, 2 00
4' 00; each additional foot, 75c per
Union and all wool terry, per yard
1 503 50; Imperial, plain and stri
ped, 2 50a8 00.
Union per yard, 1 80; all wool,
2 OOaS 00.
Husk, 4-4x6-2, 4 00a5 00; straw,
S 00a4 00: Excelsior. 3 50a4 SO.
All of the above quotations are on
the basis of ordinary thirty day
Parties who buy for ca-h, or any
strictly first-class buyers, can always
secure reasonable concessions on large
orders for short tiros paper,
OILS, PAINTS, GLASS, Ac.
IT. I. D. SOLOMON.
ROBERT C. STEELL.
Ceil Oil S IS
Linseed Oil, raw. 105
" " bl'd. 1 10
Headlight OU 18
Lard Oil, N.l
I at II O
" winter j
W. Va. ;
White Lead, St. Louis, Srtlctly Pure I
" ' ' ' Fancy Braid u
Pnltv In Rlnlden . 5U
Euim'ld Glass, colors, 9 sq. f t......... 1 00
Fiat Gl5, 60 9 e discount
TIN. SHEET-IKON. TflRE. tV.
MTLTON ROGERS, COR. 14th fc
I C 10x14,
I X 10x14
sh' is. ....
I C 1 x20, 1129
th't. IS 00
X 14x20, 113
sVts lg 00
I X X I4x?
sh'is .-... 81 (9
I C 12x12
s'.'ts H en
IX 12x12 225 s'.is 17 .'0
KO'FING TI .
ruxMlUsVUHStOl I t: 20x2S
X llxJO o . IS Co hh'ts
I I X 2ix2i de
foppr bottoms. 3sa)-
Brass kf ttles . 60
copper, lsxi s
os 14x431n. V
'I Inning sh'l. lOalS
Piamshed cei per. 14 and 16 ot . llxCO In
lib ,... . 41ai
Sheet line whole i sheet atns by
csk 11 fh'ts 13
Sheet sine Kcsk SpIter or slat
500 B 121 xinc. 10
Strait's or L AF. I Bir tin lb 42
larga pig 1 PigleadB 8
Strait's or L.4F. large pla 9 ft 4j
Nos 70 to 34 best o 27 E P chir-
boller . 7i coal. 8J
Nos25 and26bst Koi 18 to 24 Ju-
boiler . 7V nl-t 10
No S bat bo'lr... 7i Nos 25 to 26 Ju
Sosl8to24EP neaU . 10H
charcoal . $i No 27 Juulata... 10k
Nos5to27EP 1 Nos 22 to 27 Ju-
charcoai: . Hs nlata30inwd. 11
For less tl an full bundle Vie additional,
Nos 14 to j0 s;il- 24 to 30 in . 17
Tanized 24 to Nos 21 to 3S 17
30 in wide H No 27 IS
Nei22to2ldo 15 No 23 20
Les 15 perct fnllbund'e.
COKE 'UN PLVTj;.
010x14 222 sheet". 810. Wall.
1 bf grossSJ 75 I 2-- grow $3 00
1 irross...... 5 0 Jos Dixon A Co S W
10 gross... 5 2 I Gem ... 6 M
RUSSIA SHEET IRON.
Nos 9 to 12 staln'd I No. 9 to 2, per ft
with one go 3d I Iron V B -. 24
side 22 I
For le.s than a bnndl le ? B extra.
St. Louis No 1 25 1 Roofing-.. , 21
B'st made to ord. 27
mir, 10 oo to
Brlg'it Marke' N s 13 and 16 14
NosOv.8 9 No 17 1
'7,8atd9 10 18 '6
"lOandfi 11 "19 . 19
No 12 UK "V , J
Nos IS and Ig 13H
Full bundles 20 per tent discount.
Coppered Market Nos H 4 16 II
No- 0 to 6 10 No 17... 16
"7. 8 and 9 II " 18...-. 17
" 10 A 1 Z It " 19 20
No 12 K "20 21
No IS 4 14 13$
Fendne Stanles,. .... self-
10 4 11 for 5 cllnchajBlB- 10
FuUbundlii lOperceat discount.
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
JUAHA. March 2S, 1S74.
For detailed eondiUon of Market a B
tail Prices, see local columns.
ETTTTU AJTD XGOS.
Choice taMe butter
Eggs, per dor
York MIEi IS I Lonesdale..
Wanuutt. - 19 1 Araosxaag .
New York Factory, per lb .
Weaterr Reserre, rer lb
Westem Dairy, per lb
O. G. JaT....
Costa Rim, , ,
COAL UAJtD ASD90IT
Pittsbarg Slack (Blacksmith)
a outu i
3 7334 ,
S OOah M.
4 2ia5 2fi
DKT OCOCS P&IST?.
Alliens . .
Garner A C
Kis. drums, jr lh ..
Raisins, layers, per lox, new
Dried currents, Zanta, new .
lried apples, mtwn , , ,
1ft irtea rasiuerrles
Pried pitted cherries
Peaches, pared, new....
Peaches, unpared. new (LjItmU
Turkish prunes dcw..
Flour, winter, 1 bhl. . ...
do do V sack.
do Nebraska do ..
Meal do lvtlial
do do plain ..
Bran, per ton
do shoe robes... . ,-,,- ,
Deer, dry, per In In hair
Wheat, choice mlUln; ,.
do No 2 ..... ,,,,
CVits, lu bulk........
Buckwheat..... u ....
t 00i3 a
1 40a! .'(
3 OUai SO
1 C0 2 00
IROX 13D STCBU
Iron.oiinniouimr per In....,
do round and epmire....
do horse shue lr.........
do hoop aud llht band...
Cant steel, American. .......
Blister steel Ainerican.....
(ienuan steel,pIow and spring
Norway nail rods. Beusone..
Natlre shipping steers . ,
Texas shipping s'eeis ...
2 00a2 25
3 OOaS 2A
1 SS2 00
waiire outiners stoct ..
Hom, on foot.'P lb . ...
(alves, Tfr lb. jom
limx, aissa KAIE, AC.
Ume, ? bbl .. ...
do LnnlsTille-, .,,,., ,
Plaster, Grand Itapl Is.....
Hair, per la!e of t llx . .
Orean kut hers h ties .......
de do self ....
d.i soli hi Ic.... ..... .
Dry Htm hides .. ..
de do ca!f... ..
fide salt hi !&i
de d calf ...
Branded, 10 percent, oil, duo
aged S3 do
Settle, ren. choice...... ..
Country, choice, per lb...
F. A Co., wood caddies...
Steam rendered .... .......
Clear pin 1 lnch... ..
do IK-IK. and 2 In
1st common bCards .... .
2d do do . . . .
lear Siding.. ... -.......
20 O0a2S 00
10 BOall tiu
2 00a2 CO
7 00a7 60
1 S0a2 50
Siding, 2d to commsn
Flooitn;:, dreaed and matched
2d common..... .......
Joist and Scantling.20 and under
d do orer '.0, add
per It... ...
do No. 1 .
Cedar posts...... . ...
Codfish, Georges back ....
Mackeral, No. 1, iC bhU
" " its
White Fish " K bbls
" " " kits
Sardines boxes, per case.....
Rangoon.... ........ .
Carol! na. .........
UEAVT BKOWN SUKETIXaa.
Indian Head...... ...
I'epperell, E ftn
do R do ........ .
de () do
do N do
do sheeting, S-4 ....
de d 8-4
PuttraiH. a a
Stark a .... ..........
lOd to 60d, per keg
Rd do .
44 do ....
31 fine blue do ..... ...
Wrought nails per 100 lbe...
6d finishing nails, per 100 lhe. .
8 do do do do .
10 do do do dc
1-ln. bbl do Uo do...
Horse nails Northweniera.perlb
Burden's horse shoes, per keg
do mule do do
Unseed, raw...... ...... .
do boiled ...... ....
tjrf. No. 1 ........ .....
West Va Lubricating OU
Mess pork bbl . .
Hams, plain, f( lb .....
Hams, lb., sugsr cured.......
Racon clear sides $ lb...
Shoulders V lb -
Dried beef, plain
White Lead, strlrtlr pure ..
do do fancy brands....
do Zinc, pure. French .
do do de American....
do do fancy brands ..
Red Lead, pure American....
PutUL in bUMrs .
POWELL A CO' SOAP.
German Mottled.. ...... ...
Sapo Publico . ...
Saron RepubUt , .
latent cut loaf ....
V coffee......... .....
1 extra. .. .
New Orleans ....
Pepper, per b.....
All-pice, per lb . ..
Cassia, per lb... .... ...
Nutmegs, No 1.. ....
Coarse pr 1 bl ........
Fine per bbl ......
Dairy, with bags per bbl .
Dairy, without busper bbl ....
Common Jb a- 6Kc I Laundry
RIom 10 all rv,rn
Peas, s'andard xarletlcs fr bo.
do Turn Thumb, dn
do Mci ain's Little Gem do .
do Common field, do
Red Weathers field onion & .
Turnip, common field, do
do choice Tarielles, do ...
Beet, field Tarletlcs, do . .
Honey Locust do
Osage orange 9 bn ..
Blue Grass, clean, do ...
do do extra clean do. .
1 ed top bu .....
Hungarian do ....
MUlett do ...
dorer do ....
Timothy do -..
Young Hyson, common...
do do fair
do do good ...
do do prime........
do do choice.-
do do extra choice..
Imperial, superior to fine.
do extra to choice. .
Gunpowder, superior to fine..
Co extra to choice-
Japan Natural Leal,fine to extra
Leaf, fine to
Oolong, fair to gc-
Ooloog, good to prime
nunc, extra .
Fine cut chewing, xar
2 hoe psdeikr-ailed pills da
3 do do do
Horse pal's, flash botusss,
Cedir palls, whiter do
Tubs, No. 1, oak-gralaad de
do No. 2, do do
do No. 3, do do
Washboards. TJ P. do
L Clothes piss, spring, da
carrel eorers, plain, da
Half bushels, I. B-, de
Mop handles, Tay lee's, d
Butter ladles. de
da moulds, da
Wood bewls, isMrtW slaw da
Brooms, No. 1, do
do No. 2, do
Axe halres, do
do da sharsd do
1 0a2 25
225 Tarnhaw Street, - - 0ata, Keb
WHOLESALE ASD BrTAH. DKALXk IX
FURNITURE, BEDDING, ETC.
Fcrnltore of all kinds upholstered to order,
n style unsurpassed ey aiy autera ieaee.
WALTER CRAIG'S LANDS
I offer for Sale, on LIBEKAL TERMS, to suit purchasers,
IN" NEBRASKA, known and desoribed as fUws:
STANTON COUNTY. '
All of T. 21, R. 1, E. 21,760 acres, suitable for a large
colony; 600 acres in cultivation, thousands of apple trees and
forest trees; living water on nearly all the sections; and a fine
2640 acres in solid body, in T. 2, R. 2, W., suitable for
a colony ; 100 acres in cultivation, within 1 1-4 miles of Coun
ty Seat and a fine flour mill; living water.
Sbf of SE 1-4 34 1
' 1j bh..... 34 15 10
.............. OX Xtsr XX
............. Z X9 X
''(tllilitlilll lv X As
ai 111 Xkf
rs ht of ii 5 17 &
-J A.1 I V X V
3 11 ! 04 m v
ov , i .. .Xo Xo
S bf NE 14 1- 8
2 12 10
All these lands are good farming lands. Their surface is, in
general, smoothly rolling table or upland, but comprising many
thousands of acres of level bottom. Most of the tracts are sup
plied with living water: some of them with small groves of
The soil of the creek and river bottoms is a deep, black
alluvial or vegetable mold, and most of these bottoms are
The soil of the uplands is a lively brown or yellow loam,
with a very deep and porous subsoil. The more elevated parts
abound with those peculiar soft, brittle, limy lumps, which always
denote the best wheat land.
One tract in Sarpy County contains an extensive quarry of
Nearly all these tracts are within the sound of the locomo
tive whistle, and many of them are close to Railroad Station!.
Two or three pieces only are inconvenient to Schools,
Mills, Post Office and Stores.
For any tract in WASHINGTON COUNTY, apply to ALEX.
REED, in JBlair, Neb. ,
For any other tract, to I. 1Y. TAYLOR in Omaha.
Omaha & St. Louis
The Kansas City, St. Joa and
Council Bluffs R. R.
Is tht aly dlrs Use t
AS THE EAST, FROU
OMA.AND THE WEST
SO C'ITA;GE ol cars between Oimha and t.
Lsu:s a-jj buto"e betwoea OMAHA
and NEW Y011K.
Tills ths Onlj- Ie rusalnx a
pci.r.nAS -i.kkpixo oar east
FHOU OMAHA, O.V AltRIVAI.
OF TIIK UA'inX PACIFIC
KXPUKSi TIM IX.
eCSTMt'Ojen talilaj otaur routs hars a
dUazreaabltf uuaitar at tns Hirer KUtiea.
PASSEXCKR TKAISS DAIX.T I
EATEEK AND WE3TE35 CITIES
With 1-cm Qunji and la ad Tines of sth'r
This Entire Line Is squipped with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cars,
Palace Day Coaches and Chair Care)
Miller'!! Safety Platform and Coupler
and the Celebrated WestinghouM
KXTfie that your tickets read tla
Kaunas Clly, H . Jsph i. Coanell
Ha Omaha and St. Louit.
Tickets Jsrfils ft cor. Tenth and Faraham
streets, and U. P. Depot, Omha.
GEO. L. BKADBDP.T,
J. F. PABKARP,
A. a DAWES,
Gea'l 1'an. Agt.,
GEO. W. ELKINS
191G & 191S Market St,
Grain, Flour, Seeds.
Birbj, Jfalt Hops.
rSAKCU x. BOXX.
F. M. & E. Broolse,
GRAIN, SEEDS, MALT, &.O.,
Boom So. 18, OUmtsr of Cosumi ree,
T0XB3TUIE3, Ac, &e
K BaBalsBBBBa3? I
B aaasaaasa BaaaiBlH
sJ bk 'laaaaaal I
XV 13 14 10
V hf NW 15 14 10
SE NWand NW SW 16 12 10i
j XXI O if Ax lUi
J C... Xx XO XI
O T O .. CX
Sff NE of Lot 2. 2S
O V OXj .. .Ov
3 II 0a
W hf SE and E hf SW 33
ll X-w1 X ' Xa O XI
X-i ill X.v X. . J If
O ill X tJ x
N hf SW 9 17
iV lit Mb xo IT
J IX O 4Vr
id III OvOh X mJ
Xl V tar AJ
NE 4 20
Ths folio wing Premiums hara been
Dixon's American Graphic
Medal of Projrcs, Tienna,
FIrjt Prem'ura Cinelunalll Indtu
Fint Premium Urooklyn Tudus
trial Exposition, 1873.
For faaiplas or luloruatiwn address th
Jos. Dixon Crucible Co.,
Orestes Cleoveland, Pres't,
m7 2m JERSEY CITY, N. J.
Proprietor of th
Depot for the sala of his
2&. KELIiER A Co.,
Corner of Battery and Wsshlajton ls.
1 ? f I,
TO 30 PKlt. DAT easily
made by any one. We want
men. women boys, and girls all
urer th country to ur Fine
.-teel Eojratings, Cnromos,
SMniTih.. .tc. ete. We now publish the
llne-t assortueni e'er placed before the public,
(and our prices a r. uiuwuu.h ow .. m
defy H cooi etltlon. No one .ubetribesfor a
pretnlom-slTinj; paper id orurr iu sow picture
alter seeing our pictures and learning our
prices. We haxe many old genta at wore for
us who bare made eanraaa ng lor books, pa
pers, etc.. their business for years, and they
all report th.t they an make much more mo
ney at work for u than t anytulngeU. Our
nHnainu low that all can aSurl to Dar-
chase, and therefore the pictures tell at aUkt
at almost eTery house. New beginners do as
well as ageou who bare bad Itrg- experience,
lor our beautiful subjects and tiw price are
appreciated by all. To make large sales erery-
wnere ai hvriguv u. iu wi i m, mow me
pictures from boose to house. Don't look for
work elsewhere until you bare seen what
great Inducements we cnVr you to make do
money. We hare not space toaxplala all here,
but send us your address and we will send full
particnla'S, free, by mill. Don't celay 11 yoa
want proauble work for your leisure boars,
er for your whole time. Kow Is the farorsUe
time to eopge In this business, i mr pictures
arethennestand most pleasing inthU coau
try, and are endorsed by all tbe leading pa
rrs. including tlie Jfew York Herali. Those
who cannot glse t e bualnee. thlr entire at
tention can work np their own localities and
make a handsome sum without erer being,
awsy from home orer nigh . Le all who
want pleasant, prcilub'e employment, with
out risking capital, send na their addressee at
once and learn all ar.ot the business far
I themselTes. Addroee QEORGE bTIXSOX A
CO., Art Publisher, ronUM, Jtal&e.
.17 4 i
NW "0 19
' aiV A
N'W 14 1Q
x x!........ ........, ... o xo
V hf SE and NE SE 8 IS
' i X 4
N hf SEand SW SE. 4 17
E hf SW... 4 17 11
W hf NW and SE N W 30 17 11
' ......OO XO XX
W hf NW and Whf SW 20 13 11
SE 32 20 11
N hf NE and SW NE and
JN oh 6 IU 11
OX-i nO X J XX
Nhf Sec 12 17 10
o o o
Or Sngar-Coa.tcd, Concentrated!
Hoot and Herbal Jplce, Antl
Bllloua Granules. THr.LITT!.n
CIAXT" CATILUITIC. or Multara
la Parvo Fhyslc.
Ths novelty of modem Mcdleau Chemical eid
pharmaceutical Science No ud ot auy locket
talcing Itxa larp. tvpulBWo and Dawvccs puis
canposcd of cucap. crude, and balky 4urmii-cH,
when we can by a c&rclul application o( checicsl
cluM.. eitnrr all ttia catLartlc and other ccdl
final properties 'root tho uwc Taluatno root. aw.
berhs, aaa rourcutntu them Into a mlnato Gna
uie. acarcaly larcr tlian a luuoturd
aeedt mat can oa readily eualloiri.il hy ttote ot
thamotsens:tiTa ito:nacrii and tiftidlous tastes.
EarhiittlaPurKativo k'ollct repn rcnU. Iu a
moil concentrated form, as ra-ich cathartic power
as Is embodied la any of tho laro pills found fir
rale la the dm? shops From their nondctful ca
thiric power, la proportion to their Ue. people
who have not tried tnem are apt to fnppwo that
they are hara ordraticia effect, tmt such is net
at all the ca ho difforeut act.va taohcital prln
ciples of which ttiev aru cnsiporrd Leinij so Lar.
runtzea and modldcd. one by ths othirs. as to
projuco a mo-t icarfliliix ud ihor
t50O Reward ts hereby offered by the pro
prietor of ihL.a l'ellvtii, to a y chemist tho,
cpoa analysU. vill find la them n calomel cr
other furais cf mercury ot any other oirat
nclao; entirely vcBCtablo.nopartfco lar
care le .-eqalrud while nm them, lacy ope
rate without dlstnrbunco to the coatltnti(in. diet,
oroccupatlon. i'or Junndlcc, Headache,
ConsilpAtlon. lrupuro llood, Ka!n
lu tao Shoulderx, TIkCiuch or tbo
Cheat, Olzzluca., Sour JUrnctatloua
ot tbe Stomach, Bad luato In
aontb. Billons nttackn, Poln In
rcffioti ot Kldiioya,Iutcrnnl FTrt
Rloated feclltiff about Mom jot,
Rash ot Blood to Head. IIIkU Col
ored Urluo, Unoclatlllty and
Gloony ForcbodluK tako lir.
In explanai loa of tho remetUaTpower of my Tor-
fitlve l'ellcia over to great a va lcty of dleaes.
wlihtosaythattuclr action npou tho
animal economy I mil vera I,nota
Rland or tleauo cacaplua; tlicl r sana.
tiro imprcaa. A"0 docs not Impair then;
their sttsar-coUnirai.d being enclosed In glajs
bottles preserve their irtaes unimpaired fot ear
lf.n7ih of time, in any climate, so thai they are a.-
vrars fresh and rcllablo. which Is not the case
mlh the pilis fonnd la tho dm? store. pot np la
eao vrooa or paste-ocaru ooaes. Accoucct isa&
fir all diseases whero a Laxative A I tern-
tiro or Parsjatlvo is Indicated. thr?a Ilulo
1'eileti wilt eUe the most perfect satlaXictloa to
all who use them.
They are Bold by all enterprUlaa;
DruggUtaatiJi cent a bottle.
Do cot allow any drnglBt to lndcce yoa to
take anything els i that to may tnj le fast as
Rood aa my I'ellcto becane be makes a Urget
Sroflt on that which ho recommends. 7f your
rnsrlst cannot (npply them, enclose S3 cutta
andtecetve them ny ri-tara null from
B. r. ri-EJiC, 2Z.Ii,Propr,
BUPFALO, H. T.
ASK" FOR PYLE'S
BAKING- SODA !
BXST X3NT XTSJit
OLD by all FIRST-CLASS SKOCKSS
OOTlS '73 dAwlr
Confectioners' Tool Works.
Th.os. Mills c& Bro.,
Maablaes, Moulds, Ice
No. 1301 & 1303 North Eighth KL,
Tuoms MiT.T.a, I
6s. SI. Mills,
AZZ.XX P.Pasji jta. j
SIZE Wr . -a..s-
m lA. '-"" .
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