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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1887.
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r " AUDREY HAZLETONt
Or l'r KC lr on 4ta U of
r
'it ' wai n htr o , rittbur staring building
furnished nioiiK its entire length with
corridors or pillories Inclosed In
In the winter sun this frozen cxpiuiao
sparkled with a thin , cold brightness
that dnz/.lcd the eyes , lint inside Mm.
Hnrlcton iniulo sure thai there wuro nil
the comforts , including steam heat ,
which a winter resort for invalids could
fltipply.
"I do hope yon will be comfortable ,
Audrey , " ulio Hitid , almost plteously to her
sister-in-law.
"Don't worry about mo : I hull do
very , well , " replied JILsa llazlcton , smil
ing.She
She could not tell her brother's wife
tiintsho took too much trouble. Mrs.
llazlcton's devotion was beautiful and
touching. If it sometimes acted on
Audrey's nerves that was because their
temperaments were no different. Audrey
trlpd to make the matter right with her
conscience by affirming inwardly nnd
outwardly whenever her sister-in-laws
nitnie came up that Elsin was the noblest
little woman in the world.
, " 1 don't know that you'll find anyone
worth talking to , " Mrs. Ha/.leton con
tinued , casting a vague dance around
the big drawing-room of the hotel tlm
night of their arrival.
"My dear , I don't know that one over
finds any ono worth talking to , " was the
reply.
Mr . Ila/.loton sighed. She Icvcd Aud
rey. She had all sorts of theories and
dreams about her. She had married a
commonplace man who had never fed
her romantic instincts , lint these in-
vtincts had found sustenance in her sH.
tcr-in-law. It was a continuous UIIUHHI-
nesfl to Mrs. ilazlcton that Audrey did
not marry. Cooper lla/.lcton had once
inquired , with a certain impatience , why
Audrey did not hurry up and gut a hus
band. What was the use of her being
Biicli an uncommon beauty ? Wits no one
good enough for her !
"No , " nuil been Mrs. Ilazlcton's
prompt and loyal reply to these brotherly
objections. She had the highest standard
for Cooper's sister. She lamented again
before leaving the next day that Audrey
would be bored. Of course , a girl like
that would find no enjoyment nor enter
tainment in watching the uninteresting
people who came to recruit at such a
place as this. For herself , Mrs. Haxloton
found no one uninteresting. But she was
very fastidious for Audrey.
When she got homo the next day she
answered her husband's inquiries about
his ulster with some allusion to her own
regrets and misgivings.
"Audrey ought to make up her mind
to like more people , " Cooper growled.
"Shn cannot do it. "
"She oncht to fall in love it would do
her good. "
" 1 hone she never may except with
just the riff lit one , " ejaculated Mrs.IIazlc-
ton fervently.
At about the time the faithful little
woman was giving expression to this
hope a gentleman , sauntering carelessly
down one of the enclosed piazzas of the
winter resort Mrs. llazlcton had just left ,
suddenly stopped abruptly in Ins walk.
At the end of the gallery , the outlines of
her profile , of her figure , sharply defined
against the bright light , sat Audrey
liu/.leton in her invalid's chair. A book
lay open on her lap , but her eves
had { wandered from its pages. The
crav , melancholy depths were fastened
vagucjy on the prospect , which many at
tempt ! at artificial beauty could not keep
from barrenness ; there was that listlessness -
ness in all her attitude that had hung
about her for years , which her impaired
health increased and which had bafllcd
the cflbrts at cure of every phybioian
called In ,
"What she needs is a strong interest , a
stimulus to bo dragged out of herself , ' "
said the men of rfcicnco.
This was what Mrs. llazleton and her
husband in less and more careless degree ,
also felt. Hut with Audrey , unfortun-
atelynothing was a stimulus. She could
not bo roused.
The gentleman whoso 0303 had sud
denly fallen on Miss llazlcton as she sat
in the uncompromising light of the glass
enllerj' was like wise a man of science.
r. Itaroni was not tail , and he was not
handsome ; but , somehow , tliera had boon
many people to nllirm that ho was both
ono and the other. The impression of
height they received from a certain way
ho had of , carrying himself. It was
casual , it was oven lounging ; yet , in
some myssorious way , it did not prevent
Dr. Huron ! from being tlui most conspic
uous person in a room , however crowded
it might bo with distinguished looking
persons. The impression of good looks
convoyed was even perhaps a more baf
fling claim if one wc.ro pushed to sub
stantiate it. There had not been wanting
individuals to deny oven the smallest
comeliness to Dr. llaronl. Hut their as
sertions wore usually received in a silence
that , somehow , seemed traught with an
uncoccssary amount of contempt by the
others the Itaroai admirers.
As to his ago there were the same diver
gences of opinion. Pcoplo thought him ,
in turn , both younger and older than ho
was. There was only on point on which
there scorned to bo agreement. Dr.
Uaroni'e manner was conceded to' stand
alone , to bo unique , to bo a sort of per-
eonal , radiant gift.
Dr. Huron i , as might bo inferred , had
methods of his own for doing things.
They worn .usually . unobtrusive , but
effective. Ho had waya of overcoming
difficulties whoso very seriousness li y in
tholr delicacy. The- next day after that
in which Audrey Haw ) ton's boantifiii ,
abstracted , inanimate profile had ap-
m iicnred to him in relief against the light
lie was sitting , bonding slightly forward ,
talking , laughing gently , by ho low
ohairi glancing with his sunnv , keen ,
magnetic eyes into her dreamy ones ,
toying , respectfully but genially , with
his fin , strong , supple , expressive hands.
with the book that hud been lying unreal
bciide lior.
"Dr. Uaroni is n wonderful man , " ob
served a > i elderly , wcll-prascrved lady ,
cnsconed in a small feminine group at
the other end of the long gallery.
"As a physician und a man 1 like him
lint I should not care to have him at
tend ono of my daughters. I shoul
dread his influence. It would bo too
sentimental. "
The oilier ladies ginncpd with more or
less v/ill-nimulated iniiitluronco , towards
the young woman in the invalid's chair
nnd the man by her side. "
"Ah well ho has foree "
, edie , said a
mild eyed spinster who preferred not to
Kossm , having conscientious scruples
which shci Unew to bn right beeaiiMi they
cost so dear.
"What is thotronblo with that girl ? "
demanded a pnnimptory little matron.
bho makes nut think of ihu creature in
Called Hack. "
"Melancholia , 1 iancv. " *
"Ah , wnll , Dr. Karen ! will dispel lu-r
melancholy , " laughed the little matron1
"She is certainly very beautiful , " said
the mtiidcn lady , wltli a little impersonal
glgh.
"Who is Dr. Baroni , anyway ? " asla-d
another lady who had not yet spoken.
"A very fascinating man , who i > supposed -
posed toliavo tx history of some sort , but
f no one knows exactly of what ort. "
'And ho is not murriPilT"
> The lady who hud spoken first laughed
\ "Oh. no. lie is not a marrying man ,
it would seem. Ho makes victims , per-
r haps. Hut ho gets olVscott free himself , "
It was three weeks Inter that Mrs.
CoOper Hazlcton one day appeared.
She looked at lur ; sister-in-law a mo
ment m alienee , and then she broke into
an exclamation of ambiguous meaning.
"Audrey ! 1 never saw such a change
\VliuUs the matter ? "
"Why , don't 1 look wcllr" asked the
girl. She had risen from her chair at her
sister's abrupt entrance. Her transpar
ent skin had a flush through its fairness.
Her eyes were brilliant , alive. She stood
and held Mrs. Hazlcton's hands and
stooped and kissed her again , and smiled
at her.
"You look so well that you frlghlen
mo , " replied hlsie , not removing her
eyes from the beautiful ro-vltalized
countenance shining down upon her.
"Why didn't you write mot"
"Titut I was gettine bcttcrf I did. "
"Yes. Hut how was I to imagine that
four weeks would work such a miracle ! "
"It is it miracle , " said Audrey , drop
ping the hands she hold and moving
away a little.
A knock came at the door and Mrs.
llazleton , who.had not yet seated herself
and who stood nearest it , put her hand
on the knob. A bell boy stood in the
halt witli Bcvoral objects in his hand.
They were n note , a book and a cluster
of long stemmed roses. Something in
ho way Audrey received these things
itrnck nor sister-in-law.
She dropped at last into a chair
breathing a little quickly.
"Aren't vou going to read your notof"
she asked , with nor eyes on Audrey's
ace. The color which she had uover
seen there before had deepened in the
soft oval of the cheeks.
Miss Huzleton took the note up , drop
ped it again and then said-
'jNo ; It can wait , "
JAhl"
The two women were looking ot each
other now. Then suddenly the taller
and fairer ono crossed the apace between
them , and sinking down on her knees
beside the low chair laid her head against
the other's arm.
"Audrey1 ! whispered Mrs. Hazloton ,
.n a thrilled voice , and clasping her
trembling hands clnsc , "has it come to
you ? Is there any ono ? "
Audrey raised her face and smiled
nto the anxious , radiant , tearful , joyful
ono bent breathlessly over her.
"What a dear little soul you are , Elsie ,
nnd how unreasonably fond yon have
always been of met" she laughed in
purelightness of heart. Mrs. llazleton
could only gaze at her in a wonder and
rapture that would not cease. "I don't
think I have ever deserved it. Hut now ,
perhaps , everything will bo tlillerent.
Oh , 1 am happy , Elsie , i am happy I And
you don't ask mo who hoisfsho laughed
again.
'I am sure that he is the best that a
man can bo if you care for him , " Mrs.
Hazloton replied.
Hut , somehow , acurious chilled feeling
was creeping over her. She had always
thought it would bo the greatest of joys
to have Audrey really love some one.
Hut this abandon , so foreign to the girl's
whole naturealmost frightened her.madc
her vaguely supttrstition.s. She Hat in a
sort of awe while Audrey ran on , open
ing her heart in confidence so strange as
coming from her , spoke of Uaroni , de
scribed him , said that since fho Had first
seen him all life scorned to have changed
for her , all languor to have slipped from
her.
her."I
"I can't explain it. I don't know how
it ever came about. I suppose these
things never can bo explained , " she said
at last. And her little sister-in-law put
her arms softly about her and kissed her
and said :
'If happiness has come to vou , Audrey ,
it will bo my greatest joy , as well.1
Mrs. Nazieton's first glance at Haroni
was disappointing. Hut ho had not
spojccn ten words to her before the little
woman was also under the spell.
"You have bewitched us. " she said to
him naively when he urged that hib mar
riage and Audrey's might not be de
layed. " 1 suppose it shall bo as you say.
If yon could win Audrey back from
death's door almost that she might love
"
yon-
yon"Ah , don't speak of that , " Baroni cried
quickly. " 1 cannot bring myself to think
of her as otherwise than she has been
for the last few weeks. No ono knows
bolter than I how slight her hold on life
lias been. Hut , please God , I can nurse
her back to health and strength , " ho
acldod with an almost boyish exultation.
"Life to mo has not been rose-colored , "
ho resumed in a moment in a changed
tone. "Tho day I met Audrey was the
beginning of a now lifo to me in an ever
deeper sense than it may have been to
her. "
"Mrs. Ha/leton looked up quickly.
That evening as she sat with Audrey she
asked :
"Has there been any particular grief
any episode of particular sadness in Dr.
ISaroni's "
career ?
Audrey's face clouded.
"Thoro has been something yes. Just
what I do not know , t have not r.sked.
I have perfect confidence. He said lie
would tell me when the tiino came. "
Mrs. llazlcton sighed. She wondered
a little perhaps if she could have emu
lated her sister's faith. She had always
thought Audrey like no other woman.
She was conscious now ot looking up to
her moro than ever.
It was at Mrs. Hazlcton's borne , nnd
AuUroy llnzluton and Dr. Baroni were to
bo married within aiuhour.
Anilroy was in her room , and Mrs
Hazleton Imd loft her for a moment in
order to give a few linal directions , when
u servant catne to tell her Dr. liaroui was
there.
"Already ! "
Mrs.llazloton went into the drawing
room. And thcro she stood absolntclv
still.
still."Where
"Where is whuro is Audrey ? " asked
Dnroni.
His voice was honrso and unrecugniz
nblo. Ho scorned to bo perfectly culm
yet Mrs. Huzleton had hail , with the lirsi
look , the intuitive sense of an awful ca
tastrophe. Ho had turned twenty years
older.
She could frame no reply.
' Keep her out of the way , " the man
resumed , almost brutally. "Don't have
her come in. "
"In the name of heaven. " Mrs. Hazle
ton found strength to say , "speaklVhai
is it ? "
"It is that I cannot marry her. I have
a wife living , "
Ho said it calmly still. The horror hac
Conn deeper than agitation with him
Mrs. Hazloton long afterward remem
bered how he looked and spoke. And 1
was to her memory , as though some om
tnrrnd to stone had looked at her am
spoken to her ,
"She left mo for another man yea
ngo. She was older than I. It was th
folly of my youth. She was bad. She
left mu because 1 could not supply her
with what she wanted. The very day i
saw Andrry for the llrst time I had it
toh'gram tolling mo she windfall. It
was from a person I had employed to
bhmlow hur. 1 had not heard from her
for years. I wanted to know if 1 had regained -
gained mv liberty in the interval. The
mini told in I ha. ' . This morning I have
had this" ho tore a yellow slip of paper
fiom Im pockt't "and she is notduad.
It was a mistake. She was alive oh , my
Coil ! " 'Ihu .tortured 'man suddenly
threw his clenched fist against his
ht'iul.
At tlui same moment thcro was the
sound of a Inmvy fall , and Mrs. Hazloton
jiavo nun cry.
AcrO th threshold of the drawing
lodiii ilonr. in the white draperies of her
bridal ilrrss , lay Anilroy Huzle'.on.
When Ummi : raised her up and looked
into hur face she was dead.
OMAHA lilVK HTOOIC.
Saturday , Oct. 8.
Cnttln.
Thn receipts of eattlo were very light and
there \\eru fmrtlly ennuth ; in to nmkit a mar
ket. The few Itmt.solU vteut t about steady
prices. . . . <
aW i
OfUcUl Receipts.
Cattle . 813
Hon. . . . . . . . . . . . . iyn
Sheep . S.SGO
SIIIt'MENTS.
Cattle , 13 cars . Chlcaco
Cuttlo , Tears . Council lilulls
Hogs , 1 car . Kansas City
Provnlllnif Prlco * .
ShortluztliopMvaUliijprlcjj piKl for II VJ
slockon this market :
Choice stuors. 1300 to 1503 Ibs . . .tt.10a4.40
Choice steers , 1100 to 130J IBS. . . 3.85(34.10 (
Fat little steers WO to 1050 Ibs. . . . .1.7.V < 4i.tr
Corn-fed range stoora 1200 to 1500 3.8.Y44.30
Good to choice corn-fed cows. . . . ' . ' .MKjW.OO
Common to medium cown. . . l.50ots.wi
Good to cholco bulls . l.50 t2.M (
Goo < l miitse feeders . a. O iSO
Good native f coders , OOOlbs and up
wards . . . . . 2.7o@3.00
Fair to medium native feeders , 900
Ibs and upward * . Zr ft1.n
btockers , 4oo to TOO Ibs . 3.oyicri.40
Prime fat sheep . . . ! l.avc$3,60
Fair to mculum sheej . 2.50ci3.00
Common sheeo . l.OTiji'J.US
Llcht and medium lion . : i.U.\'u)4.05 )
( ooil to cholco heavy hoes . 4.1ord4.UO
Hood to choice mixed hoes . 4.05(44.15 (
WKSTKllN FRKIIE1IS TINXIX A l.UMAN.
No. Av. 1'r. No. Av. Pr.
10 . . .10W 52.50 17. . . . 1070 S2.50
WKSTf.HN' STKUIIS K. II. C. BIU.N1) .
14. . . . 1000 S2.W
NATlVi : BTOCKF.HS.
3. . . . 030 82.IJ5 30. . . . 597 52.50
UAT1VK FEKDKltS.
4. . . .1137 S2.00 2. . . . 975 83.00
r . . . .HW ) 2.60 1..10IX ) 3.60
r..lOI4 2.60 1. . . . U30 2.60
1..1170 2.00 14. . . . 970 2.SO
WkSTKItN COWS N. 1 MVK 8TOCIC CO.
22. . . . B74 52.00 23. . . . OS ! 82.00
SltnKP.
01. . . . 100 33.45 00. . . . 00 83.45
ItOOS.
Js'o. Av. Shk. i'r. No. Av. Shk. Pr.
CJ..U44 240 $1.05 00. . . . 275 Kffl S4.17tf
79. . . .213 100 4.10 02 . . .271 8) 4.17H
M. . . .257 200 4.10 02 . . .270 40 4.17W
77. . . .210 200 4.12'tf 71. . . . 223 120 4.20
75. . . . 2.55 130 4.15 G4..2UO 80 4.20
firi..S5 ! 120 4.15 Ml. . . . 273 40 4 20
00. . . . BOS 120 4.15 07.I..B7S 840 4.20
05 . . .III4 600 4.15 C.'i..27-J 1211 4.25
KI..U57 440 4.15 05. . . 257 100 4.25
70. . . . 220 iJOO 4.15
_
Ijive Stuck Hohl.
Showlnc tiio number of lisal ot stock sold
on the market to-day :
CATTI.K.
ca ! . 4t
Speculators . . . 10
Feeders . Ill
Shippers . 20
Total . 221
nons.
Anglo-American PnckmpCo . 025
( i. H. Hammond & Co . SIS
Armour Packing Co . 71
Total . 1SU
SIIMKl' .
AtiRlo-Amoi lean Packing Co . 00
Lci-al . . . . 401
Total . 551
All sl < H ot atoctc m tnis nnr'cet ' ra mada
per cwL li"o weight unlim otherwise statoi.
Dead IK. ? * soil ut ! < 3pnr Ib. for alt woUht- ) .
"Skins , " or lie < j woUlilnir ! ( m thm : 10J HH.
no value. Pru nantsowiara tlockoJ49 lo-t ,
and Uui8Jltn. by tliaoj'iiio
OMAHA. WitULil .VliK MAUK.IOT9.
Saturday , Oct. &
Hrnduoo , bruits , 10lo.
The following arc the jtrlait nt whlc\
round lots of jn-odiics an sold on tlili
iiwrlict :
To-iluytho market was unusually dull ,
some California fruits was received In hall
car lots. The price of CKKS Is stltrenlni ; np.
Koiis Tno market is very steady nntt there
is no prospect of a change tor a few days.
Stocks co at 17@18c.
Hun Kit Creamery , Weit Point , SOc ;
other , 22@24o per pound : ctioico dalrv , 18 ®
20c. ; medium cradi's , 13@i5u : ordinarytjIO ) ( < \
CiihKSK Miirkut fuir. Fancy lull cream
Cheddars , simile i : < c ; full cream twins. l.c ! :
joiinc Americas 13 } c ; bilck chec-sp , 100 Ibs
in case. Ifta ; Umberncr , 100 Ibs In CUSP , He ;
iirs' fancy Ohio , lOc.
Poui/ruv Fair market ; sprinc chickens
S2.00rt < 'J.50 ; old fowls 3-J.'iO ( < ri.X ( ) ; ducks
S2.252.75 : turkeys. In very llnlit leanest ,
0 ( < * 7c per It ) .
UAMK Receipts light : prairie chickens ,
jack snipe , Sl.OO per Uo ; venison , ICc per Ib.
OVHTKBS Shell , 82.00 per hundred ; bulk ,
81.U5 per ImiiUreil ; Hclocts , S2.20 a Gallon ;
Cans Now York counts 4'ic ; selecU , 35 ®
40c : standard , ! i7iiJOc. (
POTATOES The market Is well supplied.
Salt hake and Colorado stopk sells at 85c.
NebrasUa and Iowa stork 55@7 ( > r per bushel.
SWKKT POTATOKH The market Is well
supplied wltli home grown at Oj75c per
bunfiel ; Virginia stock 3c per Ib.
Eoo PLANT Slow sale at 0075s par doz
foi choice stock.
UNIONS Choice lariro California onions
are ottered on the market at SI.00 pur bushel.
TJie demand is llitht.
BKANS. Hand-picked navy , 32.M per
bushel , and otlmr ( trades down as low as
81.25. Cllfornla stock. 82.10 per bushel.
CKI.F.UY The iccoipts are larger and the
stock bettor. Good stock brln-is 305c a
bunch.
CIDKII Choice Michigan elder , S0.00@0.50
per bbl of B2 u'al.
Poi'COltN Choice , forstauds. 3@2J < c per lit.
HONKY Good honey in neat one Ib.
frames sa23o per Ib.
COCOANIITH Good stock , S5.00.
Cu NHKUKiES The market l fairly well
supplied with irootl stock. Uell and cherry ,
SS.OO ; Hell & Uiulo. 50.00 ; Cape Coils. Sio.w.
IJKMONS Messina , $ C.OO@C..r > 0 ; .Maiora ,
87.00 ; Sorronto. S7.00.
OitAXOKS Messina out of the market ;
Louisiana , S9.00 per bbl , S500 per box ; Ja
maica , 810.00 per bbl. 85.50 per box.
Arpi.Ks 'I'he supply Is liberal , especially
of home-Krowirstoclr. Choice Mlclmran ap
ples. 8i.00a350 : ( " ; hoiiie-Rrown , SJ-i-ia'i.OJ :
J oh natlion s. S3.'iO3.75.
CIIAH Ai'i-LKS-ChoicoSilicrian , S3 OOC1.53
per bbl.
GKAPES Homo-prown stock Is In liberal
1'nAcinti Some line California mountain
peaches are on llio market at S'i&u PIT box.
HANANAS The market Is well supplied
with bananas at SiOOSHOO per bunch.
NUTS Now crop ; chestnuts , 15@ IColb ; pea
nuts 7 > ' c , raw : Hrar.il nuts. lc ! ! : Alinonds ,
Tarrafjo'na , ! Mc ; KiiBlish walnuts , iBc ; Fil
berts , l-j.
Flour nnil Knrtl.
flic foUowlny nrc tliclultbluu prices :
MlnnesotaiKueiiU , SiSUporcwt. : .Minneso
ta Hakors' straight , S-.JO ! percwt. ; Kansas and
Missouri winter fancy patents , SJI.r : > to'i.i9 ( ;
Nohraska patents , S2.'A5@J.n : ; rye Hour , 51.75
Ol..Upcrcwt ; rye Oraliaiu , 81.49 IHT cwt. ;
wheat Graham , § 1.75 per cwt. ; corn innal.
yellow , VOc per cwt : corn meal , white. 81.00
per cwt ; chopped food , S14.00 < 816.00 per ton :
bran , S12.0Ks3U.00per ton : screenings , $9.00
( icl'ion per ton.
JiAY-Upland prairie , S3.00@3.50 ; com
men coarse , S7.00@S.oo.
Grocer's
COFFKIC Ordinary trade . 30X@31c ; fair.
1 ( c--ic ; prime , 22@J3c ; fancy ( ; reeu and
yellow , 2. ! ( < j35o ; old itovernment Java. 3H
We ) ; Interior . lava , a5Y < JSu ; Mocha , S-S'cjSOc ;
Arbucklu's , roasted , 20X > c
XXXX , C > ic ; Dllworth's , Cc ; Ked Cross ,
JC' c.
KKFINED IjAim Tierce. 7c ; 40-lb square
cans , 7c ; 50-lb round , 7Jfc ; 20-Ib round
7Vc ; lo-lb Mils , T 'C ; 5-lb pall * , 7Xc ; s-lb
palls. 7Jfc.
SuoAn-GranuUted , O.VQ'.Ji'c ; conf. A ,
6Wo c ; wnlte extra C , 04r ! < tn'/c / ; : extra C
OditiXc : yellow C , 5Kc ; cut loaf , 7Jf ; pow
dered. 7 c.
l'iovisioNsllams ! , llt ituc : breakfast
bacon. HltKcXi bacon sides Vjft010cdr :
salt , b ? ( f' ' . > a ; shoulders , l&T c : dried bee
hams , liillc : dried beef regular ,
h ms picnic , 8 Hc.
Duir.n FIIUITS Apples , new , Ws 6c
erapor t d , 50-lb rlnc , UC HKc ; raspoerriei ,
evaiior.ited , 2 ! > c ; blackberries , evaporated
O.'j : l0o ; pitted cherries oeaches , now
n * < 7'ic : evaporated peeled peacnes , c
evaporated , un pared , lfiS'17c ; new currants
7J 'a7 } < c ; prunes , sasuc : citron , 25c ; ral
gins , London layers , 5tliX < J'J Vi ; California ,
loose muscatels. S1.90@-.00 ; uew Valencias.
Ilni'B Sevcu-slxteenthi Inch , . , . . .
HTABCII Mirror ( lloss , 5Jfc ; liravwCorn
CWc ; Oswego ( iioss , "c ; Oswotto Corn. 7c.
Srnur-No.70 4-tcallou kctts. I1.4031..V )
New Orleans , per callon. a tec : niapli
syrun. luilf Ibbs , "old lime. " Per eallnn , KOo
1-gallon can , tier doz , JtO.V ) ; liil'-caltoa
caas , pr floR ( C.'JS ; quart c us , 93.2X
OooDJ-Orstersv sUndtrd , par
ae , 81.00 3.10 : stTRirberrtei. 9 ID , per case.
Jj.00fi3.10j ; ( raspborrles , 8 fe ,
.10 ; California pears per cas . $4.60 ( 4.70 ;
prlcots pnr ctie , 84.lO4.u > peaches , per
M > . $ % .T5 J5.W. whlta chBirlM. tier case ,
IS.OO plums , per ca n. Tr5soali : : bluo-
wrrles , p < V ew , Jl30 < V240 ; ; OKI ; plums , 3
b. per case , $2.50 ; pineapples , V ) Ib ,
per cane. 3.2or5.75 ; 1 Ibflalmou . , per dor.
3 Ib pooseberHcA , nor caso. 83.35
2 Ibstrinic beans , IHTpasn , Sl.75 : a Iq
nna t * n * . nor caM , 1.00 : 9 Ib marrow-
at POAS p r case.SXROaaMo ; Hlbimrly June
peas per case , 42.7S ; 3 10 tomatoes , 83.40
J2.50 : 31b corn. S3.KOM2.40n
llrKT.ns Medium , InbbN , J0.50 ; rte In
hnlf btils , $3.75 ; nm il , In. Ubls 87.50 : do In
talf bhls 84.35 ; gherkins , ID bbls , 83.50 ; do In
lalf bbli 84.75.
: hurns , 8 < J ; No. 3 churns , 8S ; No. 3 churns ,
ToiiAcco J orlllard's Climax , 44 ; Splen
did , 4ic : Mechanic's Delight , 41c ; Legeett A
Meyer's Star , 41c ; Cornerstone , 8loj lrum-
mond'silnrseSUoo , 41c ; T. J. , 87c ; Sors ; ' *
Spearhead. 44c.
I > nooM9-Extra 4-tte.82.00 ; No. 1,82.00 ; No.
A 81.75 : heavy stable , 8 (
CANDT Mixed , bXC Uc ; stick. BX@9Xc.
CKACKKM Oamcau's ' soda , butter and
picnic , 5o ; crenn * , Be ; elnger snaps , . 8c ; city
oda , Vu.
TK AS Japan , so > 5c ; run powder , 30
fovnt Hyson. U5i955o ; Oolong , SO&OOc.
JRI.T.IKS SO-Ib palU , S2.oo.
HOLLAND MACKKKKL 80c per keg.
I > ry GoniH.
COTTOK FLANNKLS 10 per cent trade dls-
count-LL. 6 > fc : CC , 7Xe ; SS , 8 > < c :
tameless , fiWp ; No. n. 6c ; EE , S > ic ;
iG , lOKc ? XX , 12c ; OO. 14c ; NN. Iflc ,
IX. l ! > c ; It , 200 : No. 10. BX'C ; 40 , 10X0 : co-
ISKct 80 , 15c ; 00 , Colored , lOc ; 50 , coloted.
2c ; 70 , colored , 15c ; Hrlstol , 13tfc ; Union
Pacific. 18o
CAUPKT WARP Bibb white , ISJ c ; col-
It A-rrs Standard. 8c ; Gem. lie ; Beauty ,
12) ) c : Hoone , He ; H. Ciiscd , S0.50.
PIII.VTS SOLID Cor.ous Atlanta CXc ; Sla-
er fie ; Berlin Oil n fcUarner ; OH Oto7. PINK
AND Ko is : ItichmondCc ; Allonge ; Ulvor-
lolntSc ; Steel Klvprrotltlrinnondi'w : 1'Hclllc
ij < c iNuiao BLUR \Vashlncton \ Oc ; Amori-
canOXc ; ArnoldliWc ; Arnold ! } lie ; Arnold
A 12c ; Arnold Uoldsrnl lU f lnus < Char-
Mr Onk4Ku ; uaiimpo : ; ? . ; I.odl 4kfe ; Allen
IJ c ; Ulchmond 5 > fc , Windsor Oc ; Eudystone
c : PaclticOc.
GiNonAM-Plunkctt checks 7J e : WhittPii-
on 7 0 ; York 7Jfc ; Normandlo Dress
U/TV , Calcutta Jn > ss SXc : Wliltlenton
Dross Oc : Ilpnfrow Dross 9c to la'tfj ' ;
CAMiinics Slater 4e ; \Voods.4S'c ; Stan
dard 4 > fc ; 1'eacock 4 > c.
COKSKT JKANS Androscogdln } fc ; Kpar-
sasje 7Jfc : Kocknort o > c ; Conestoga G&c.
TIOKS l.eniston 80 in. , I'llfe. ; Lewiston .TJ
In. , 13 | < porlt ; ffJ In. , 14c ; Swift KivorTKc :
ThorndikeOO , 8 c ; Thomdiko K F. Hc ;
Thorndlko la ) . lJ ) < c : Thorndlke XXX. 15cS
C'ordis bo. 5OKc : CordJs No. 4. He.
DKNIMH AiniMkeajt tt oz. , itiu : Everett 7
oz. , Hie ; Vork 7oz. , me ; lUvmakerHXc ; JiilT-
ryy XX. UHc : J " "roy XXX , ! SV < c : Heaver
Creek AA. lUc : Beavi-r Creek B13 , He ;
Heaver Crei'k ' CO. lOe.
oKy.NTuctcv JKANS Memorial 15o ; Canton
18c ; Durham VJT o : Hercules Uic ; Leaming
ton ! ! j c ; Cotthwold ! ir > c.
CIIAHII Stevens' H fie ; blenched 7c ; Ste-
vons' A 7' ' c ; hlnached i c : SU-vens' I' S > c ;
bloachcd OKc : Slnvi-ns' a ti > ic ; bleached
c ; Stevens' S H T l"Kctti ,
. cloth $2.85 ;
plain Holland HXc to Oc ; Dado Holland 12'jc.
Ki.A.v.vEi.s-Plahl Haftsulan 20c ; Goshen
"i-JWo ; Clear Lake na 'c : 'Maplo ' City : 5 c.
\ \ hite-U. 11. No. 2 , Jf. 2ld ( } . 11. No. 1 , ,
27Kc ; B. II. No. 2 , * { , 22KdcB. ; U. No. 1 , jtf.
SOc : Qnephee No. 1. $ f. 4 < n Qiiechco No. 2 ,
J4' , 37J < " fQiiechco ; No. .1. % ! % : ; Aimwan
iJKoVlndsor : ; 22 } < c. Hed-C. 24 inch , I6 > 'c ;
E , 24 inch , 21c ; GU. 21 IneltflSc ; U. A. F. , f ,
JSP : J. u. K. . ? , 27 0 ; G.A' , ac. .
Co.MKor.rr.ns so.50@35.0o.
BLANKRIS White , 5LOO@7.)0 ! ; colored ,
31.10'is.tio. i -
SiiF.irriNO Berkeley cambric ,
No ! iO. ' .i e ; Host lot , 4-4 , fll.fc ; butter cloth
JO. " fe : Cabot , 7 , c : Karwiill , be : Fruit ol
Loom. 8p ; Gri-uno (5 , Oe ; Hope. 7H'e ; Kinj :
J'lulllp c.imbilc. lie ; L < ins < talp , 11 U'c ; Lous-
laic , sj e : New Yoil : mills , lOMc ; IVppeii'll ,
inch , ii ( > < o : iVppprall. JO inch , lijc ; Pcp-
iieiell , 0-4 , fie ; Pppppit-ll. K-4. ISe : Punperell ,
M. ! iOc ; Pejiperell , to-4 , 2J' ' < c : Canton.i4 ,
tfc : Canton , 4-4 , HKc' Triumph , Cc ; Walii-
6iil 1 1. lie : Vnllnv. .V.
HlS'iwv ' SiiKKTlNOfi Atlantic A , 4-4 , 7'C ' :
AB.-xntiPli. 4-4 , 7c : Atlantic D. 4-4 , f.H'c : At
lantic P. 4-4 , .We : Aurora \ > \ > . 4-4 , r J.p ;
AimiMC. 4-4,4' p ; frown XXX , 4-4. OWc , ;
lloosier 1,1 , , 4-4 , f.Jfc : Indlnii lloail , 4-4 7 > fe ;
I.HWieiico Lli , 4-4 , riJi'o ; Old Dominion , -t-4 ,
r > Ke : Peppcrell U. 4.4flK < S IVpperell 0,4-1.
fie ; Pepnt-rell , 8-4. ICe : Peppeieii. H-l , ISc :
PenpprVII , 10-4. 20c ; Utiea C , 4-4. 4fo :
Wiifhiisptt , 4-4. 7c ; Auroia U , 4-4 , fij p ;
Auroia B , 4-4 , Op.
Dticic West Pol nt 29 ln..8oz. . lO c ; West
Point Vi In. , loot2Kc : West Point ' -i In. ,
12 oz. , 15cpst ; Point 40 In. . It oz. . Kip.
Checks-CaliHlnnla X. ti > Jo : Calcdnni-i XX ,
Economy l > to Uj o ; Otis 0 to t > Xc.
Gfiiornl . l : > rkois.
SpiniTs Cologne spirits , IM proof , 51.10 ;
do 101 proof , S1.12 ; spirits , secoi'd quality ,
101 proof , SI. 10 ; do 1S3 proof. S1.09. Alcohol ,
1S8 proof. 82.10 per wine gallon. Uodistilleil
whiskies , Sl.OOC4l.50. Gin blended. S1.50t ( $
2.00 ; Kentucky bourbons , 82.00 ,1.00 ; Ken
tucky and Punnsylvanla ryes , S2.oO@0.5o ;
( inlilen Sheaf bourbon nnd rye whiskies ,
81.50 ( < ti.OO. : Brandies , Imported , 55.0iH/ ( :
domestic. Sl.50c ! . .rei. G ns , ImpoitPd. S4.M ®
0.00 : domestic , 5JI/i53.00. ClKiinpii.ziHS .im
ported , per case , S2S.00@33.OD ; Amiripan , per
case. S10.XK ( ; lil.iU. (
MKAVV JlAKDWAiiB Iron , rate , 52.70 :
Plovhtepl , special cast. 4)fc ) ; crucible steel ,
Oife ; cast tools , d" , 12 ( < ljr ! ; wa on spolces
per set , S2.00W > .50 : hubs , per set , SI. 5) ) ; tol-
lees , sawed dry , Sl.OO ; toucues. each , Mu ) ;
axles , each , 7.r > p : sciuaro nuis. per Ib , H'd c ;
coil cl aln , per Ib , OX@13cnalleaoie ; , K ( < JK ) > o ;
Iron Codecs , Oe ; rrownnra , Oc : harrow teeth.
4 > < c ; sprnn ; steel , 4iifc ( ; Burden's horse
shoes , si.75 ; Bunion's mule shops , S5.75.
BarDed wire * in car lots , 4.00 | x.-r 100 Ibs.
Iron nafl.s , rates , 10 to 59 2.10 ; steel nails ,
82.W ) .
HinKs-Orecti butchers' , 5K@6c ; creon
cured , 7c ; drv flint , lo iicdry salt.t'c ' ; Krocn
calf skins , 7) ) c ; dainaL-otl hide ; , two-thirds
price Tallow : tc. Grease Prime white. : ! o :
yellow. tc ! ; brown , IKc. Sheep pelts , V $
40c.
40c.COAL Ew , 8'J.rx ) ; nut , 83.75 ; iatne , 5' ' .75 ;
Iowa lump. fr-i.WJ ; Iowa nut , $ - 2.75alnut ;
block , S3.00 ; Illinois. S4.5i4.75. ( !
1'l.llOKlNQ ,
A 0 in. Wlilto Pine ; ! . W ) C ,
H " mm D , 2I.OD
K ' " " ( Sel. I'Ylldn. ) . . . ll'.OO '
.
IstnndSnd , cluar , l.l > / Inch. s.2s . 850.50
! 5d , clear , 1 Inch , s. ii.s. , nr . 45.50
1U , iH.ain . < n.M
A select , 1 inch. s. 'J s. . L k . 400J
" " l.V. 1 . -In . 41.00
l-OI'I.AK I.UMIIKIV.
Clear Poplar , lix. Udn. % Ui. , s. 2 S. .
K in. Pan r. s. B s . 37.00
( fornicated Vrillne. " 2tJ- ° °
Il.VTTKNS. WKI.Lltin.INO , I'ICKKTS.
O. ( i. Bat ts , ill ? I n . 500.75
" WxSln , 8.1s. . W.4r )
3 In Well Tubing. U & M and Uqv. . . . . i .na
Pickets , D. & U. Flat ) l . flaw
" " Square . Ul.OO
iioAKHB.,1
No. l.coin. si B JlK.oaNo.5sconi , slsSlT.OO
No. a. 15.50 .N.j , S 13.00
FKNCI.NO.1f
No. 1 , 4&0ln , 12414ft , ro\5tsh \ . 919.50
No. 1 , " " l " . . " . 10..W
No.U. " " UA14" " . 10.00
No. 8 , " " IB " " . 17.5-J
.
A. 13 , 14 and 10 ft. 521.50 C , $15.50
U. . ao.50 I ) . ia.50
OKII.INO ANII 1-AHTITION.
1st com , ft In Whim Pine Celliut' . $34.00
2nd " " " " . iiS.OO
Clear , ; V In. Norway " " . lfi.00
nd com. X in. " " " . M.oo
. STOCK HOARDS.
A 12 Inch s. Is . , . $45.50
No. 1 , coin. 12 in. . 1 s. , 13 ft . W > 0
" " " " 14 tt . , . . . 19.00
ion . . .
No. 3 , " " " . vj.oo
. " 10 tt . 17.50
Inch Croovod UooQnq ; $1.00 ] < r M wore
than 13 Inch Stock Hoard ! ) Mine length.
SIllNtll.KS , 1.ATII.
XXclear . .53.10 Kxlra A * 190
A * Standard . , ar * AI1U&U a.5.
Oiu , clear No i. . LW Latft ift
WLIto cedar , C In. , Ug. , I2c ; 0 in. qrs. , lie
Sln.nrs. , 10c4 ; in. round IBo ; Tvnne& > e6
Red , Cudar. split , 15c ; Split O.ik. iSc ,
M tr : , KTC.
Rulncv white llroo ( best ) . POe : Akron co
mmit , 81.7S ; hair , SOc ; plaster , 82.75 : tar
board , SI.76 ; > h , 40o per ct , ! doors , 40 JH.T
t. ; blinds , 40c per cu ; mouldlnirs , 40o rr
L ; t r felt , per cwt. , SJ.75 ; straw boaid ,
1.75.
ROUTIir.ltN YKI.I.OW PlSt.
lom. 4A01n. Flooring $17.50
Star " " -Jt.W
; ir r * < ln. Celllne 31.50
" Win. Partition itf.oo
" finish , lit IV In. s. 2s a .00
" Corrusntcd Celllnic , 4 In 05.00
Yellow Pine Casing nndliaso. . . 07.00
THK CHIC AGO AND
North
Northwestern
Sliort
Illtiilllll
,
The only rend to * t Vo for Dos MolnM ' ar-
ehHlltown. O udar Itniild ; , Clinton. Dlxnti , Chica
go , Milwaukee Biid nil points oust. To the poole -
) le of Nebrusliu , Colorudo. Wyomlnir , Utah ,
daho , i > ovu'a , OroK n , W . hiijrton ! , nnd Cali
fornia , It olTcrssnporlnr Hilvantngcs net IKJ831-
ble by any other lino.
Among mow ot tuo numerous points of BII-
trlorlly imJoycJ by the patron * of this road
lvrccn Oinftua n d ChleHgo.nro tta two trains
idayof DAY COACIIKS , which nrothe llncat
hat Inimnii art nnil Intimity can ereutu. Ita
/ALAOliKSMIRl'lNO CAK3 , which nre modoU
> f comtort nnd clcrunpo. Its 1'Altl.Olt DIIAW-
NO ItOOJKJAllS , unsui-imMud liyiiuy. nnd Ita
widely cclebrntoil PALATIAL DIN1NO CAKS ,
ho equal of which cannot bo found cHowhrro
At Council HliilTsUio trnliu ofthu Union I'aclllo
ty. connect In Union Depot with those of the
; blcairo& Norlli ostorn Ity. In Clilc K'o the
rain ? of tills lire ninko ooo | oonnootlon with
nil uastcrn lines.
1'orDrtrolt. Cnlitmnu * . indlaimpolK Clneln-
nMI , NlHifarn I'all' , nulTnlo , rittsburif .Toronto ,
Montreal , H'ntnn. Novr York , I'hiladolphlii ,
Inltlmnro , Wu hliiL'ton and nil poluta la the
oust. a"k for ft ticket r\n \ tlm
NOKTIIWKSTBHM. "
f you wlxli the host accommodation , All ticket
agents soil tickets via this line'
I. M. WHITMAN , K P
Clenl. MnunRcr , fionl.
ChlcRtro , ill.
W.M. nABCOCK. I.U. HOLLK3 ,
Weotara Anent , City 1'ass'r Agunt ,
Nalirnska.
THE
CHICAGO SHORT LINE
OF THE
Chicago , Milwaukee &St , Paul Ry
The Rest Route /Vow Omaha and
Council Hlutr * to' .
I lTT'i _ t Lj I / \ r 111
J. JnLJ ± JCLJ.A.2Z3 J.
Two Trains Daily Between Omaha and
Council BluUs
ilcago , ANII Milwaukee ,
St. Paul , Minneapolis , CedarKapids
Rock Island , Frceport , Rockford ,
Clinton , Duhuinie , Davenport ,
IClgin , Madison , Jancsville ,
Beloit , Winoim , La Crosse ,
Anil nil other important -points Kast , Northeast
1'or through tickets call on the ticket ntrciit
at 1401 Knrnmn street. In I'nUcm Hutol , orut
I'nlon I'liellto depot
I'ullninn fele'ipurs und the Qiiodt Dlnmir Cura
in the woilrt iiro iiinonllie miiln line of tliL
CtitcaeoiMII ixiikeo fc St. I'aul It.ilhvay and iv
ory attention Is jmld to pnsscnifOM by eourtt-
ous pini < lo > ps of the eiiiiipiiny.
It Ml Il.l.it , ( lLiu < inl MnniiK'"r.
J. I1. TUCKKII , Asshliint flenunil MannRor.
A. V. | { . CAHfhNTr.ii , Cionorul l'ii pcnirur nnJ
TlCliCt IllflMlt
Uoo. K. llu\m > iiu , As-l3liuil Qmicrnl I'assou-
t'or mid Ticliiit AKCIII
J.T. CI.AHK , CJeeiul Supcrltitandant
THE RAILWAY TIME TABLES.
OMAHA.
Lcavn
Omaha.
UNION 1'ACIKIC.
Iepo lutli and i'loroe sts ,
1'Hcillo bxprui , ra , 7:10n. m.
Drnvor Kxprrsa , in , 5:20 : p. in.
Lutnl Express , D0jp. ; DJ 11:00 : a. m.
I jcopt Sundiiy.
H & M. K. tK -
Depot lutu iir.il I'acltlo 813
Mnilund Kinross 10:03 : a , m , r.tlp. : : in.
Nlifht Kipn-M M p. in , IOlXn. : ui
C. B. 4Q.lt It.
Depot liltnuml PuolDaats.
Mull anil Kxpresi B.OOp. m 0:70 : n in.
Express t.40a. ) in tlD5p. : in
K. 0 . St. J. ft C. II
Depot 10th and I'nclllu sts.
Mull 8:40 : a. m , Ar : > 5 p. in.
KiproSfi l > :5Up. : m. 7.0J a. m.
C ,8t. P. , M. AO.
Depot Ifitb anil Wnbsterst
HlHck Mills Krprim Hil.Sa rn
Sioux City \-Hnncrortra93 * llo ; p. in ,
Nurlulk I'piBSOiixor JJJp. : m lU.4Uii.in/
txccpt Sunday.
MISSOUIU 1'ACIKIO.
Depot 151 h and Webster st
Day Express 10:15 a. m , BI > n ra
NIC tit iu3 : Up. m 5-/J1 p , ra.
DUM.MY TUAINS
Itnnnlni ; Between Council HluSTs nnd South
Ouiann in lulilitlon to thti Stations mentlonwl.
timn" Vtop ot Twentieth unit Twontr-'ourth
strceis.iuulHt the Slinuiilt m Otuaha.
llrouj- iTitiislcr , Omaha. SluoOs. Stock
6:49 : 6:47 : 7:05 : 7:17
7:4U : 7 : 7
8:40 : S : 7 '
U:40 : :47 : in .m 1UI7
10:40 : 10:47 : 11.17 11:2- : ,
11:40 : ll:4T : r-M7 12:25 :
12:40 : ho * , 1:17 : 1 ( SI
1:49 : i : 7 S-M 2:17 : niis
2:40 : 2:47 :
: t : < 0 : i:47 : 4\f \ 4:17 4:2i :
4 : : > 0
fiM ; li:23 :
fiMa .1:11 7IH :
-a : 10:06 : 10:20 :
10 : tJ 11:23 list 11:10
n -r ,
UuHtwnnl.
llrouu-
Stock Sheel'y * . Omaha. Transfer . -
. wny.
Ynrda.
6:15 CII5 :
CM 715 ; 7:2U : 7o :
:
7 8 8:28 :
8M : 0:2S :
0:50 : 9 : ; > 3 ioi5 ;
10 sn 11:00 11:20 :
11:50 : J2:1S : J3:23 :
12 0 12:58 : 1:15
} 0M 2:15 :
J:28 :
2M :
4:15 : 4:28 :
410 4S8 : 5:16 : firfS ,
5:40 : 5:47 : 0:05 : fi:2fi :
r.:40 : 0:47 : 7K : ( ) 7:13
8:15 : K:21 :
10:1.1 : 10:20 :
10:30 : 11:31) : 11:10 :
11:15 11 : M 12:05 :
COUNUllj I5LUKPS
OHM JOBBERS' DIBECTORY
Agricultural Implements.
CHURCH ( LL PARKER ,
Wh U nla Dealer In
Affriculturnl Implements , Wneons ,
Cfjn ir ami llurflo * . Jotirt ( trout. brt u n Vth
_ andlPth.OiuiUia. Nut ) . _
L1NINVER & 1UETCALFCO. ,
Agricultural Implements ,
VTagont.rarnat ( > < . nngtc < . Kin. , Who1 ao , Om..h .
PARLINORENDORF
\Vholcsato Dealer * In
Agricultural Implements ,
( T atom anil UuCKlas. 901 , tw. mi and KJ7 , Jonei ft'
1' . I' . MAST it CO. ,
Maniifacturon of
I Ml In , Seeders , Cultivators
Itar llnki's , Cider Mllli and l.titmn I'utvorlicr * . Cor.
_ North Itlh unit Nlclioliu Hit ,
*
WINONA IM pLuM ENT CO. ,
Wholesale Agricultural Implements
\VftKOQ3Biid luurleft.ornor ) 14th A ; Nicholas ets.
Artists' Material.
A. HOSPE , JR. ,
Artists' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
. :11J nouglat BlrQut , Oroaha.
- - _ _
f | = q
Boots and Shots.
_
IF ; "rTJSoifSE & < 7a"
Jobbers of Hoots nnd Shoes.
1111 Farn m it , Omaha , Neb. Uauufaclory , Bmnmet
_ itrett. lluntoo. _
KIKKKiNDAU. . JONliS rt CO.
Surcrs or to UriM , Jnnr > 4 & Co. ,
\Vholojlo Miinufiirtilrcrs of liootR A Sliooa.
A if Is for llostim Kulibor Shoe Co.
111- ! , tint . < nn i I. * , . . . , nt "m \Vlimskn. .
Coffee , Splcei , Etc.
Otnnliu ColTco nail SpU-o Mills. 'long , CoiTeai ,
Splco , Itnklnir I'nwdor , Klavorlnir Extracts ,
Laundry lllno Ink , etc. HI Ml 111 Iliiruoy Bf
Omaha , Nobraskn ,
Crockery an'l Glnsstvare
W. L. WRIGHT ,
A ntfor tieMiiiulncturnrtrnrt Importer * ot
Crockery , Glassware ,
Lamps , fhlmnnjt , tc. OMre , ill Bouth Itth at
_ Omaha. Neb. _ ,
Commission and Storage.
Commission and Jobbing.
nnttar. Kciannd I'rodnoo. Oon lftnmont s
Ueadqunrten for Stunowart ) , Kerry Itoxca and
Urapa lla keta. Hit Uodjeiinxit. Omaha.
JtlDDELL cC RinDELL ,
Storage nuil Commission MorchanM ,
fpccl ltl Uiittor , K\t \ * . the o , Po iltrr , Unraa ,
Ojitcn. etc. . etc. 1128. lltUbt.
. WIEDEMAN C CO. ,
Produce Commission Merchants ,
Fouttrj , llutler , G m , Ftvilta , etc. 220 8. lithii
( ) m h . Nob.
GEO SC11UOEDER & CO. .
Successors to MoSlmno A Sehroodor.
Produce Commission Hint Cold dtorftge.
Uiimlm , Neb.
Coal , Coke and Lime.
Oio. r. LATIAOIT. rrc . C. F. GOODMAN , V. Proa.
J. A. SimniRLAND , Boe. and Tnua ,
OMAHA COAL , COKE i LIME
COMPANY ,
Jobbers of Hard and Soft Coal.
iXMPoulti Thirteenth Street , Omaha , Nob.
" "
. / . . / . Htli frDit < k i U. ,
Manufacturer * of Illinois WliltoLlme.
And ! * lilppr | < i of Coil and Cuke. Content. I'lmUr.
IJme , Hair , I'lru Rrlck , Lmln. Tllo anil Mencrl'lpn.
ontru , 1'nxtoii rioljl r - im l. , Ouitlin , tj \ ,
Telephone til. _ _
MiBKASKA FUEL CO. ,
Shippers of Conl anil Coke ,
2143. Ulli St.Oraalin , Nob.
Dry Goods and Notions.
nr. K. snimr o co , ,
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods & Notions
HID and 1104 IlouKlm. cor. llth 8t. , OniHhu , N b.
KILPATRICK-KOCII , DRY GOODS
CO ,
Impoitors and Jobber * Dry Qonda. Notion * .
fonts' KurnHliltur ( ioodB. ( or. lltb A H unify
Bt . . Onnlisi
Furniture.
DEWEY ! ) STOA'IS ,
Wholesale Dealers In Fnrnituro.
Knream itOmaha. . Neb.
CITAHLES
Furniture , Bediling1 , Upholstery ,
Ulrron. etc. 1ZOO , 1303 and 1310 Faruam at. . Omaha.
Oroceries ,
PAXTON , GALLAGHER .0 CO. ,
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions ,
No ; . 70S,707.709 and 711 3.10th St. . Oinnhd. Nen.
JUcCORD , Jt.KADY C CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
ltn nd l.okvonirnrtta rl9.Omab .
lj. At. Ml I.Jjl lV iV V U , ,
H'httlotHile Grocers ,
1219 , ir.'l.U-2l llnrncySl. , Oiuulia , Nab.
ALLEN J1ROS. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
1114nnil HIM Mnrnnr Strcrt , Onmho ,
Hardware.
TEE , FRIED tC CO. ,
Jobbers of Hardware and
Tinware , Slii'et Iron. Ktc. ApenH fur Hnirti Hculat ,
and Miami Piio(1erLn..Oiimha.Ni > li.
JUMEJiA UGH A : TAYLUll ,
Bnildurs'Hard ware &Sea Ic Kcpair Shop
llecbinlco'Tools nncl nufTaln hralui. l Ju Juuila aw ,
Omaha. Nub.
iXV 11.11 l-.l. - . > U. ,
/ lltirdirarc ,
10th Hnd llnniey StrceH. Onmlin. Nab.
Wcstci n Airontfl fur AiMtln i'owilor Co. , .Inlfor-
eon Stool NuiH , I'lilrlmnUs Sinntlitid t
Heavy Hardware
W. J. BROATCH
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel ,
BprlugeVnton Stock , llnrdwnro Lumber , etc. 1201
and 1211 JUniuy et. , Oniulia.
EDXEY GJllJiOlf ,
Wholesale Iron and Steel ,
nitan and Carriage Wood Htock , Hearr Hardware
Kto. 1217 and \Wi l ntcn.orlti > t.i Omaha , Neb.
Hats , Caps , Cte.
W. L. PAUKOTTB & CO. ,
Wholesale lltits , fujia J5 tilraw
( lowli ,
HOT Hiirney Street , Oinaliu , Nob.
Liquors.
DlHIlleri ofT.lqnnra.Alonhol and Spirits. Importer *
and Jotbcrnof Wlneiandl.lquore.
WILLOW SPRINGS DISTILLED
CO. anil ILER ti CO. ,
Importera and Jobboreof Fine Wlnea and I.lflaoi *
boleminufi lur nof Ktimedr's Ka > t India Bit-
tori ana Doun-t'lc l.lqunra. ll Harney HU
Lumber.
OMAHA r.VMlIER CO. ,
Doala' . All Kind * of
fiuildintr Material at Wholcsaln.
Htli Htrf f t und Union I'aelflo Track , Omaha.
LOUIS BRADFORD ,
Dealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
i , Kie. Vard CurnurTtU and I > ouiiu ; Cuniui
? Uinnil
C. N. VIETZ.
Lumber.
lllh and Callforrla MrtcU. Omaha , N h ,
fRKlt If. GRA V ,
Lnniber , Lime , Cement , Etc. , Etc. "
Cor.Wb and uouglai > t > > Ooiktin. Nil.
T. W. HARVEYLUMRER CO. ,
To Dealers Oniy.
OIc . UQ3 Farnam atreet , Omaha.
JOBBERS' ' DIREGTOH )
CffAS. R. LEE ,
Hardwood Lumber ,
Wood C rpU and Tarqcrt rioorlnc. Vth * mt DonilM
JOHN A. WAKKFIELD ,
Wholesale Lumber , Klc ,
. „ . fd and Ami-rlcan rorlland Ccmrnt. SUM
Agnt forilllwatiieo lIT.lrwnllc Ceniuut nnd Wort
( Jolncy WhIULIme.
Millinery and
J.
luiportomanil Jobbers of
anil Jfotloitx.
dSli S. lltliSt.
Notions.
Whole * ! * rxwttr * in
Notions and Furnishing1 Goods ,
KQandKU S. Tenth 81 , Onmlm.
V1NYA1U ) itSCHNIilUEK ,
Wlidleaalc Notion * and Gents' I
tiixtthiff ( loin ! * ,
1105 Hnrncr troet , Omahn , Nob.
Oils.
: ONSOLIDATK TANK LINE CO
Wholcoalo Donlors In
Refined and Lultrleatlnn Otl # ,
AxluUrpRfp.'oto. Omaha , Neb.
A. 11 , lllshop , Manager.
PAPER
CARVEXTER PAVER CO. ,
Wholesale Taper Doalors.
' rryn nlconlock of Printing , Wropplnjr end WrW
nt l > upor. Sruolnl ntlciitlou ( Iron to car
enl art
Printers' Materials.
Auxiliary rulillHliers.
) e lor InTjpe , I'mmm unit Irlntor 'Hitppllei. (
Rubber Goods.
OMAHA RUItRER CO. ,
llnnufnclnrer and Donlori In nit kin J lot
Ktibbcr Goods ,
f Ill'llltm. \ Karnam * t.
Sieam fittings , Pumps , Etc.
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A.L. STRA\G CO. ,
Pumps , Pipes and Engines ,
BUnm. Water , RalUar and Mllllni Snpnhcc. KM
830 , l 2und IU4 Karnam it. , OaiHha , Nob. .
CHURCHILL rumr co. ,
Wholesale Pumps , PipeFittings ,
itoara and Water Suppllri. lleiulqimrtpra f > r Mall
Vi'H Uol . llllVaniam it. , Onmhn.NcU.
U. S. WIND ElfOnrr. and
COMPANY.
lladar Wind Mltii : ntenm nnd Water SuppllMy
amblnKOood * . Ralllnn , llnir. 91 * and V.I ) far-
uam § U , Oumhn. H. K. Kolton , Mauigur.
Tolephnno No. 210.
JtROWNELL cP CO. ,
Utnurncturen and D ltn In
lioilcrs & ( lenoral Machinery
bliuot Iron Work.Blunm I'uinpH. Suw Mills.
U1J-12I5 Ixiavuimorlli Ht. , Oiniiliu.
Seeds.
PHIL. STIMMEL & CO. ,
WHDI.IHM.B
farm , Field antl Garden Sscds ,
No3. 911-913 Jones Strott , Umnlin , Nob.
Storage , Forwarding A Commission.
ARMSTRONG , PETTIS & CO.
Storauc , J-'ofH'tirdlnu tl
Itranch Imusool thu llunnnr Iluirxy On
K > UH nt wholosalu mill rutull. Nos. 131 * . II10 !
Btul I.IIU Iznrd ht. , Omtihil , Neb. To ! | iliou
No. 7tO.
Teas and Cigars
\VM. A. WILSON & CO. ,
Impoitora mid Jobber1 of
Heat * and ClfIN ,
SplcuH unit D.iliy Iliiklnif I'owdcr. 1410 and HIS
Iluniuy Street. , Oinaliu , Nub.
OMAHA MANUFACTURERS.
Cornice. .
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS ,
John Epeneter , Prop.
Manufacturer of flalranliod Iron and Cornlcn. 48
nd 103 and 104 N , 1Mb ft. . Omaha , Nub.
Sn.oke StaIrs , lloiiers , Etc
H. K. SA WYER
Manu fact iii'ln ? Deulcr in SmokoSlacka ,
llrltclilntfn , TnnK' nJ ( lonn-al Holler Hop ilrlni.
Iron Works ,
fAXTON tK VIERLINO
Iron Works ,
Wrought cod Cant Iron Bulldlnu Work , Iron PUIr * .
IttllTaK , Itoxmi nil Ulrderi , Steam Knmnvii , Una *
Worn , Oi'iiurnl/foundry , Mucblne anil ll'iickluilll )
Vnrk. Ofncoani Works , U.I1 , llr. and Kill itiacu
OMAI1A WlKhiVlRON WORKS ,
ManufnoturnrioC
Wire and Iron Ratlinys , Desk Nails ,
Window tiuunll , Klowor8Und8 , Wire SlgM.oto.
Ul N. l tb.
OMAHA SAKE & IRON WORKS
G. Andrein , Proprietor.
Manufarturcr of Firu anil Ituiglnr Proof Ptff >
Vnulls , Jail Work. Iron anil Wlro Fencing
Cor. Mill nnil .InrkMin t. Omuh (
Overalls.
CAXFIELD MAmiFACTURINQ
COMPANY ,
Mnnufacturers of Overalls ,
loam Panti. SUIrl , Ktc. 1KB nnd 110 * Uouzlas Btree
OinabH , Nub.
Sasfi , Doors , Etc.
M. A. DISRROW .C CO. ,
\Vliolunle MnnurHCIurorn of
Rasli , Boors , lilintls and
Ilrnnch oSice.iilii and UsrJ li.M = . - \
MANUFACTURING COn
Manufacturers , ot Sash , Doors , Blinds ,
Monld'ntrii.StalrWorkand ' InteriorIl nl Wood Klntih
Jnitopvnud. N. ll.cor. Bth und
Ouaba , l l > .
OMAHA PLANING MILL CO. ,
Mijj of MnuldliiKS , Bush , DOOM and
lB.TiiriiliiL'ritnir-wnrk. Hank uud
Union KittliiRS ,
* ) lli anil l' < iiploton | AVOIIIIO ,
8 reivers ,
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STORZ .B ILER ,
Lager cpr Urowcra ,
lf.n North 1Mb Street. Omaha , Neb.
SOUTH OMAHA ,
O. II. PM.HI-lt W I' . IIICIIMAN. J. B. IlI.AtOIIAItll
PALMKH , JilCllMAN tO CO. ,
Live Stnrlc Counniixion Merchant * ,
Ofllci Itiom2l , OppoKltu Diclmntfo
Union Slock Viuils , .South Uiimlm , Neb.
MCCOY itRos ,
Stunk Cointnlmlon
Msrkm funiliho > l free oriip illcatli > n. bti"
Inodcrs fiirnUlHil on gait terint , Ilo
Oiunhu .Nntlunal llink nnil HuutD Omaba
Uulon Muck Vnnlv Muulli Uuutiu.
LOH1MEUVKSTKUK'U ) & MAUJY
Live. Stork Cotninixilvn ,
llooin 15 I'.jicliiiiitri ! liiiililliiK , Union Stock
Yurd * . South Uniulm , Nob.
HORN' i SI1AKPE , -
Commission Deiilum In I.lvu Kloclc , Hoom SI.Kx
chuiiKC llii.lliu : ( , Ihijini htock VIH. | , K , Uunihit
Itii'itri'iitiM I nfon Nut I llaiiltOnm'nuUnion
.Sloe * Viirdn Hank S Oiniilm , K. 8 , Howlcv
1'rfB. Am. liaiik&Trimt Co. . Onmhn.
' AIJCXANIK\i& \ FITCTT
CommlKslon Duultini In I.lvn Btook , llooina
ONiKjfltn Hx'liHiiKn llullilliik' , Union Btod >
Yiird * . South Omiilm , Nub.
UNION STOCK. YARDS CO. ,
Of Oinulia.
.l.linluvl. JohnV. itoyd , BaperlnUnacoU