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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : MONDAY , OCTOBER 17. 1887.
THE STAGE-COACH TRAGEDY ,
A Thrilling Tnlo of Early Days in
Colorado.
TOWNSEND'S LIFE AND DEATH.
Cuptnln
A Double 1,1 fc A Voutlil'iil
Kntlfmnry Trluinpli of
Ijyncli.
Ten ycnrs ngo the excitement of the
ilny in Denver reached its' climiix when
Cuptnln Bill Cummings drove the Lcnd-
vlllo conch out of the stnbloynrd nnd
pulled up in front of the United Stntca
hotel. In anticipation of the grout
daily event rv crowd always hegan to
gather an hour or two heforo the time
net for the Hinge's departure. Topasstho
time pleasantly , the crowd , all of whom
wore big slouch hats and carried pistols ,
spcculntcd on the clumecs of the stngo
getting to its dcslination , and told wild
stories of the last time Captain Dill had
been "held up , " and how much the ex
press had lout when the highwaymen
hnd broken open the box , nfter kilting
the messenger.
A short time ago , while in Denver ,
I was taken to the stable and shown the
old stage. It Is not much to look nt
now. The paint has worn off the sides ,
nnd the lenther curtains , which used to
be neatly rolled up , now hang down and
mournfully Hnp in the wind. While I
stood looking at the old stage nnd try
ing to imagine home of the scenes
through which it had parsed , the'stable
door opened and an old mnn entered.
After I hnd cn the look of affection
which ho cast nt the old stage , 1 was
not surprised when my friend intro
duced him an Captain Hill Cuininings ,
the famous driver. At first Cumniiiigs
seemed disinclined to talk , and ap-
jKsnrcd to think that my questions wore
prompted solely by idle curiosity , but
after a while he relented. He climbed
up to his old place on the box , where he
had passed through so many dnngerH ,
and nfter politely waving my friend nnd
myself to a couple of empty barrels ,
which stood in one corner of the stable ,
ho began to talk.
"Yes , " ho said , "this old stage has
scon many a light and been through lots
of dangersjbut the toughest time it over
had was In ' 70 and ' 77. In those days
the hills between hero nnd Leadvillo
wore infested by the worstgangof stage
robbers that were ever known in this
region. It wns not that they were any
worst ) than other gangs , but they were
under the leadership of a man whoso
devilish cunning was such that it
seemed impossible to corner him or
even to find out exactly who ho was.
He tried it on once too often , however ,
nnd when his identity was made known
nfter his death , it turned the whole city
of Denver upside down for a week.
There was at that time n business house
on Larimer street , where all the miner-
went to got their supplies. The head ol
it was one of our most enterprising citi-
/ens , and was generally respected anil
looked up to. His name was Amos V ,
TowiiHend. It had been reported that
some of the stage robbers had been
henrd to call their lender Amos , but nt
one over dreamt of connecting the fain-
ous desperado nnd the respected mer
chant together. One night just before
the stage was to leave Denver , ]
was taken aside by a friend ant
wns told to tnko pnrtieulnr care , as OIK
of my passengers was going to Lead-
villo to purchase some mining proper
ties and hnd a small fortune in his belt ,
The would-be mine owner wns ] Kintc ( ]
out tu mo. He wns a young fellow with
a quiet , determined nppearanco , wht
seemed well able to take euro of him
self. Besides him there wns only one
other inside passenger , whom I took ti
bo n tenderfoot , from his nervous man
ner nnd the absence of any weapom
ubovt him. The two express guardi
nnd myself were the only ones outside
An wo were driving down Lnrumie
street I happened to sco Mr. Townsont
standing near the stove , and I saw hin
nod to some one inside , but I took it t (
be a passing farewell to the young mar
who was going to buy the mines. I line
not much to bay to my passengers , and ' .
took them to bo about as unsociable i
lot as I had over carried. Each scenici
to attend strictly to his own business
and it was only nt long Intervals that
henrd their voices as they talked t <
each other.
"On the evening of the second day wi
had got well into the mountains am
when wo drove up to Banks' station
where wo took supper and changci
homes , I began to lliiiik that we wouli
got through safelv. Both passenger
got out to eat , anil I noticed that th
manner of the young mnn I hnd rankei
ns iv tenderfoot was oven moro norvou
than it had been when wo left Denver
nnd I sized him up as being unlit forth
'country into whicli ho was going. W
staled at the station about half an hou
nnd then I saw my two passengers pnfel ,
inside and climbed on tno box. Just n
I was gathering up the lines old Bunk
came out and told me he had seen n mm
drive by with a led horse just bofor
dark mm I had better bo careful not t
run over him. At , this I saw my tendci
foot stick his head out of the window
but ho quickly pulled it in again and
drove on.
"Just as daylight wns beginning t
, appear over the top of the high mount
ains I drove up to the last station be
fore reaching Lcadvilloand disniounte
from the box with a sigh of relief , as
felt that now all danger was over. Bu
when I put my head into the stage doc
to arouse my passengers I drew it hue
with a yell of surprise and horror. I
the dim light I could plainly sco th1 ;
there was only one man inside , an
from his strange position I knew SOUK
thing was wrong. When I throw ope
the door 1 found the only occupant <
the stage was the man who was goin
i to buy the D'ines. Ho wns stone dea
nnd cold. ' His throat had been cut froi
car to oar ; There was no doubt tin
my tenderfoot wns the murderer , an
nfter killing his fellow traveler an
scouring his bolt with the money , li
hnd ernwled through the rear windo
of the stage and dropped elY into tli
roud. He had evidently taken tli
journey with the sole purpose of con
milling the murder nnd taking thoplui
dor. When wo carried thodendnmn ini
the station wo found Captain Rawlii
of thr "Vmvcr mounted police , and Urn
of h .on who wore out hunting f (
dospt , . floes. They immediately ga >
up all other business and started in pu
suit of the murderer. The result of tl
hunt I heard from the captain hlmsol
Half way between the two stations 1
found by the rondsido n place whore
camp tire had been built nnd where tv
horses had evidently been tied to a tre
By the side of the fire was the mu
dorod man's empty bolt. For four da
the captain nnd his three men follow
the trail of the murderer nnd his coi
panion through the mountains. At hi
one night , before dark , they ciirao ujx
the desperadoes in n mountain gorg
Both men were boated on the groun
Cautiously the captain and his mi
cront up to the unconscio
ruffians. Each officer broug
his gun to boar on ono of the men ui
then Chjitnln IlawHns culled upon theme
: o surrender. Without an Instant's
lieHltntlou eneh man Drubbed bin UUH
ind 11 red on the oHluurtJ. At the first
dtecharjjo from the olllccrs the mnn who
had committed the murder foil and n
moment Inter Ida companion lay
Htrciohed on the ground busiilo him. On
examining thorn Captain Hawlins found
that the younger man who hnd
boon in the singe , wns not quitu dead.
Toward morning the young mnn re
vived Hulllciently to talk. Ho refused
to give his name and it was nuvor
known. Ho wild , however , that AIIIOH
V. TowiiKend WHS the leader of the
KIWI i , ' and had planned the murder and
had commissioned him to execute it.
On the other man pupertt wore found
which proved Ixjyona qucHtlon that
Townscnd was indeed the villain which
the dying murderer said he was.
"Captain Rawllns waited until his
prisoner died , and then 'hastened to
Denver to arrest Towntvud. Ho found
the old murderer in his shop , and
quickly put him under arrest. "
Here tno old man stretched himself
and slowly descended from his neat.
"But , " mild I , "what becnmu of Town-
Bond ? " Captain Bill walked to the
stable door and threw it open. Said ho :
"Stranger , you see that tree down the
street ? well , the night Townscnd was
arrested a lot of masked men took him
out of jail without much trouble , and
the next morning ho was found hanging
from that big limb there. He also had
twenty-bevcn bullets in his body. "
An Odd Kind of Millionaire.
London Daily Telegraph : A French
millionaire cuts but a very indifferent
figure in comparison with an English
one. The Gallic variety has but the
trilling sum of 1,000,000. , or 40,000 ,
placed to his account when his country
men one and all accord him the title.
A real substantial millionaire from the
English point of view has , however ,
been discovered in the person of M.
Arnaud Oyarcnbal. who bus just re
turned from South America to his native
town of St. Palais , in the Basque prov
inces , where in his youth ho helped his
father to sell goats'milk. From his own
countrymen's traint of view the success
ful goatherd is thirty times a million
aire , for he possesses 3,000,000f. ( ) , or
lj : < X,0 < )0 ) sterling. Fifty years ago
Arnaud Oyarcabal wont out to Buenos
Ayres with his father. For a long time
the two Basque peasants found the Ar
gentine republic anything but an El Do
rado , where , as In the imngination of
many a i > oor emigrant , men pick up gold
in the streets. They suffered so much
hardship and misery that the older man
died , and his son became a servant in
the hou o of a wealthy landowner who
lived in the outskirts of Buenos Ayres.
The landowner had no family , and ho
was so thankful for the devoted atten
dance of his Basque servant that ho
made Oyarcabal his solo legatee. On
the death of his master the ex-goat
herd purchased several lots of land be
tween the Paraguay and the Salado ,
and these they bold in a few years at ton
times their original value. M. Gym-ca
bal's return to his native town of St.
Palais , has , of course made a great sen
sation in that rather primitive locality ,
and ho is the wonder of the day all over
the department ot the lower Pyrenees.
Far from dissipating his doubloons amid
the distractions and temptations of
Paris , where ho might have a Renais
sance villa in one of the Bois do Bou
logne avenues , a stud of racers , a box at
the opera , and bo chronicled diurnally ,
like many of the millionaires from the
new world , as the giver of Lucullus-like
dinners and the cultivator of expensive
exotics , ho prefers to spend the evening
of his days in the shadow of his native
hills and to do good to the people among
whom his early life was pat&cu.
A Novel Souvenir.
An Oil City Pa. , letter says : Mr. II.
J. Bookhanuner , a well-known citizen
of that city has in his possession n
unique souvenir , given him by .John
Drew , the old actor. When Mr. Drew
was manager of the Arch Street theater ,
Philadelphia , Mr. Bookhammer relates
this interesting incident : "About
forty years ago when I was a young
man about Philadelphia I saved
Mr. Drew's life. One night myseli
and a few friends were out swim'
ming off the 'Turtle Rocks , ' in the
Schuylkill , a short distance from the
city. While wo were there a party ol
gentlemen came out in a boat and alsc
wont in bathing. 1 was a frequent at
tendant at the Arch Street theater
and I at once recognized the party as
Mr. Drew , Mr. Thaycr , and other mem
bers of the stock company of thai
theater. After the gentlemen bar
been in the water a few minutes , one ol
them exclaimed : 'MyGodl where'sDrew'
He can't swim ! ' The moon was hhinin { .
brightly and I saw air bubbles rising 01
the water not far from the rocks. With !
oui stopping to ask any questions :
dived to the bottom at that spot am
came up with Mr. Drew. Ho was al
most gone' but by extraordinary effort !
his friends succeeded in resuscitating
him. A few days after I received i
note from Air. Drew asking mo to cal
and bee him at his residence , Mi
brother and I wont around and won
mot nt the door by Mrs. Drew , win
showed us into her husband's room. H
had not yet fully recovered. Mr. Drew re
ceivcd us very cordially , and expressed
his gratitude in a very feeling manner
Ho proposed a money recompense fo :
what I had done , but I declined. Goinf
to a desk ho wrote something on a pleci
[ of paper , and , handing it to mo , said :
could at least accept that. It was n pnsi
3 for mybolf and my friends to the Arc !
street theatre as long as he or any o
his friendb should control it. I acecptet
it gladly , and , although it was given t
mo forty years ago , 1 btill have it in in ;
How SI noli a Muii Eats.
Richard A. Proctor in the Octobc
Cosmopolitan : It has been calculatei
that on the average , each man that at
tains the ago of three score and tci
consumes during the course of his lit
twenty wagon-loads of food , solid am
liquid. At four tons to the wagon , thl
would con-errand to an average o
about a hundred ounces of food pordaj
or say some one hundred and twent ,
ounces per day during adult life , an
about eighty ounces during infancy an
youth. Most modern doctors agree i
regarding one hundred and twent
ounces of food per day , corresponding t
live or blx half-pints of liquid food , an
seven or eight pounds of solid foodas I
excess of the real daily requirements (
a healthy man or women.
Yet probably most of us take mpr
thaii this , in one way or another , durin
the day. Dr. Lankebter , from an oxter
stvo analysis of the dietary of soldier
bailers , prisoners , and the better pal
classes of artisans and professional me
in London , found the average dull
quantity of solid and liquid food to 1 :
one hundred and forty-three ounce :
Doubtless many take much less ; but ui
questionably many take much moi
than this. When borne one mentione
before Sydney Smith the twenty wagoi
loads of food calculated for each man
allowance , he turned to Lord Durban
who like himself was corpulent ( and IK
without sufficient reason ) , with tli
quaint remark , "I think our wagon
Durham , must be four-horsed ones ,
There are members of the London co
poratlon , to seek no further , whose \vii |
ons must be six-homed 'onei , uud we
loaded at that.
ACTUAL LIFE WJHE FAR WEST.
_ _
How n Young Callfornlnn Mndc Ids
Hwccthcnrt Wnsli Off tlie Kongo.
San Francisco Chronicle : A grown
up man , a man of mature voars , would
not have done It. He would have put
his arm around her and said gently :
"Dear , I don't like your jmlnting and
powdering. It doesn't make you look
nice. "
And she would have told hlmthatsho
thought she did , and of ho didn't like it
ho could go and got another girl , or
something like that. At the best she
wouldn't have taken any notice of the
remonstrance. But ho was n young
man , and that was not his way. Ho
was going to take her to the theater ,
and , knowing her peculiarity , he put a
powder puff and a box of rogue in his
pocket. When she came down stairs
He saw she was decorated ns usual. Ho
immediately pulled out his rogue and
powder and painted himself up.
"What are you doing ? "
"Only making myself handsome. "
"I will not go out with you like that. "
"Why not'r
"It would mortify mo to death. "
"Well , but you're just like that. ' '
"That's a different thing. "
"Well , I'll make a bargain. If you
will wash off yours I will wash off
mine. "
"Wo don't go out , then ? "
"All right. '
"But she thought better of It and she
accepted his bargain. She was very
pretty after that.
OMAHA MVK STOCK.
Saturday , Oct. 15.
Cattle.
The receipts of cattle were liberal for the
close of the week. As compared with yester
day there wns a heavy falling off , there bciiitf
only seventy cars to-day anil lift ) on the day
before. The market wns only moderately ac
tive and the number of cattle tluit changed
hands was not lar c. The main feature In
the market wns the sale of a very prime bunch
of corn-fed natives at S.VtX ) , being the top paid
for cattle so far this season , as it was also the
best bunch seen here. There were a few
bunches of wosteia and Toxua cattle sold for
feeders and also one bunch of natives. Only
a few odds and ends of butchers' stock were
sold. Values on all grades of cuttle remain
about the same. The shipments were un
usually heavy , ninety-one loads bcintr for
warded to Chicago.
The receipts of hops show n slight fulling
off , there being thirty-three cars of fresh re
ceipts to-day anil forty cars yesterday. In
addition to the fresh receipts there were four
teen stale loads , making the total offerings
forty-seven loads. The total offering on Fri
day's market were sixty loads. The market
opened fairly active at prices a shade to fie
lower than yesterday. The hogs were all
taken and the market closed steady with the
opening. _
Sliccp
There : were no fresh receipts , but one load
that had been held over wns sold on the nmr-
kct. _
onioiul ItceciptN.
Cattle . 1417
Hogs . -JliVJ
bllll-MUNTi ) .
Cattle , 91 cars . Chicago
Cattle , 4 cars . Ciaig
Prevailing
Showing the prevailing prices paid for live
stock on this market :
Choice steers , 1SOO to IftOO Ids . * 4.15 < ff4.lif >
Choice steers , lUKIto i : X ) ll.s . 4. < Xi ) < 4.15
Fat littlu steers , MX ) to W.O . HJS . ; i.7r > ( y ; t.b .
Corn-fed range steers , 1'JOO to IfiUO : i.s.Xu.4.i : < )
Good to choice corn-fed cows . ' _ ' . .V ) ( < r : ; , ( > ( )
Common to medium cows . l.fiOQi'J.iH )
Good to choice bulls . l.W ) ( 3.Kl (
Good range feeders . U.4Ht-.T5 ( !
Good native feeders , SKH ) Iks and up
wards . S.i.Vic i.85
Fair to medium native feeders , WO
Ibs and upwards . 2.r > 0@'J.M (
Stackers , 400 to TOO Ibs . 2.lk ) S.-IU
Prime fat sheep . H.'J.X" :1W :
Fair to medium sheep . y.WIOcIUH )
Common sheep . i.iO ( 'J.U.'i
Light and medium hogs . 4.0. > ( it 4.15
Good to choice heavy hogs . 4.1.V < ? ' 4. ' i
Good to choice mixed hogs . 4.1ttf ! ( 4.30
Representative Sales.
NATIVE STECIIS COIIN YK.O.
No. Av. Pr.
64. . . . 1710 5.00
HANOI ; STKEHS w. 11. i. . * c. co.
2. . . . 1010 2.50 100. . . . 1274 2.75
WESTERN STKEIIS Al. . HOWIE.
44..10'0 2.50
TKXAS STEI'.lfi 1IHOWX , ILKFF tt CO.
87. . . . 1103 2.50
KKKDEIIS NEIIIUSKA NATIVES.
115. . . . DIM it.OO
YHUIUKf ! STF.CIIS.
12. . . . 800 8.70
STARS.
4. . . . 1KB 1.50 1. . . . 040 1.50
NATIVE COWS.
11. . . . 020 2.10 2. . . .1050 2.10
2. . . . 1050 2.10 4. . . . 1143 2.25
NATIVI : iiuu.s.
3. . . . 1013 1.25
TEXIS HUI.I.S.
57. . . . 1113 1.15
MILCH cows.
7 $30.00 per head.
SIIKEl' .
104. . . . 81 3.00
noc.s.
No. Av. Shk. Pr. No. Av. Shk. Pr.
1HJ..190 hO * 4.1l ( 4tt05 ) : 120 4.20
81. . . . 202 260 4.10 20. . . . SIM KM ) 4.20
59. . . . 254 bl ) 4.10 ( Mi. . . . 274 240 4.20
73. . . . 191 bO 4.10 08. . . . 250 1IM ) 4.20
f4..204 320 4.10 CU..2IW 1W ) 4.20
79. . . . 229 120 4.12) ) < ? 71. . . . 245 200 4.20
05. . . . 232 bO 4.15 74. . . . 242 320 4.20
fi0..255 40 4.15 B4..230 40 4.20
75. . . .223 120 4.15 79. . . .247 KH ) 4.20
12. . . . 222 200 4.15 (50..274 ( IfiO 4.22 U
09. . . .245 200 4.15 IH..2.S5 120 4.25
t > i..273 200 4.15 70. . . . 254 200 4.25
7(1. ( . . . 237 400 4.15 (10. ( . . . 258 40 4.2. " >
70. . . . 285 240 4.20 48. . . . 311 hO 4.25
74. . . . 250 40 4.20 I18..279 120 4.25
89. . . . 239 4.20 70. . . . 203 240 4.25
(10. ( . . . 259 200 4.20 (15. ( . . . 244 40 4.25
> . . . . 272 120 4.20 ) . . . . 27fi KX ) 4.25
99. . . . 282 240 4.20 (17. ( . . . 254 40 4.25
43. . . . 309 bO 4.20 ( M. . . .319 120 4.25
. . . . 291 320 4,20 53 , . . . 25(1 ( 80 4.25
( . . . . 2(10 ( 280 4.20 (12. ( . . . 308 120 4,25
fil. . . . 287 120 4.20 59. . . . 299 M ) 4.25
54. . . . 240 40 4.20 O1..23 SO 4.25
_
AVeekly KccelptR.
Showing the official receipts for each daj
of the past week :
Cattle. Hogs
Monday . 1,819 3U
Tuesday . M > 5 1,011
Wednesday . 191 lsl (
Thursday . 392 2.3)1. : )
Friday . 2'Jilt 2,5V.
Saturday . 1,417 2.15'
Total . 7,003 10,2.7.
Total week before . 5,325 10,19'
Mve Stock Sold.
Showing the number of head of stock soli
on the market to-day :
CATTLE.
G. H. Hammond &Co
Feeders . 22 !
Shipiicrs . 71
Lobman& Hothchild . 10 :
Local . 7 !
Total 04 !
HOUS.
G. H. Hammond &Co 32
Anglo-American Packing Co 2,9t : :
Total 3,25-
1 Slicni' .
* Local l&
All sales of stock In this market are inadi
per cwt. live weight unless otherwise stated
Dead hogs sell at Xo per Ib. for nil weights
"Skins , " or hogs weighing less than 100 Ibs
J no value. Pregnant sows are docked 40 Iba
1 and slugs 80 Ibs. by the public Inspector.
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OMAHA WIIObKSAIjE MAUKKTS
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Saturday , Oct. 15.
1 Produce , Fruits , Etc- .
77ic following < irc the prices cit irhlcl
, ; round lots of produce nro sold on thl
iiuirJitt. Fruits ur other linen ofood ( / * n
extra labor of jmcltlny cvuuiot a\ \
u\iys le supplied on outside orders at th
11 same prices cliaracd the local trade :
Tbere l a noticeable improvement la th
potato innrkct , both the rccclirts nnd demand
being on the Increase. The city dealers arc
commencing to wit in their winter stocks
nnd nre mostly paying tiOfeffl-Vj for
good homo grown stook. Thu re
ceipts of iKHiltry to-iliyl were nithcr
heavy. An occnslonlnl package of dres ed
poultry is arriving , but It \ still to early to
hniullo It to any advantage. The egg nuirkct
Is n little weak , although , prices nro nom
inally the sumo. Apples arc Voming In very
freely , especially Iowa homo grown.
Kno The market Is peed and the supply
light , the bulk was goihg at IU cents , but
some sales were made at 20 ji
HUTTKII Creamery , 'West Point , JlOo ;
other , 21-i2-c ( ( per pound'enolco ; dairy. IS ©
i0i ! ; medium prndes , lt@lfc ! : ordinary , IKtflOe.
CIIKROK Mnrkel fair. Fancy full cream ,
Cheddars , single lite ; full cream twins , 1tc ! ;
young American , 13 } < c ; brick cheese , UXI Ibs
in case , lf > c ; Limbcrgcr , ItX ) Ibs In case , He ;
Saurs' fancy Ohio , lUc.
I'ot't.TiiT Faly market : spring chickens
J2.00a2.r > ( l ; old fowls , SW.MKaM.lK ) ; ducks
$2.2.Vrf2.7fi ; geese , tO.M ) per doz ; turkeys , In
very light request , "ftiijjcpcr Ib.
GAMI' Keccipts light ; prairie chickens
. ,
.
* , , , . . ,
- - " - ' - A f./rr f l.r.1
juck snlc | , fl.uopcr doz ; venison , Hie per Ib.
O sTtiis : Shell ; J2.00 per hundred ; bulk
fl.IISprr hundred , selects , SJ.'JU a gallon ;
Cans , New York counts. 45c ; selects , : i.V < MUc ;
standard , 27iiiOc : ; Koynl , 40c ; Jerome buys ,
40e ; Tiger , We.
POTATOI. & The market Is well supplied.
Utah and Colorado stock sells atiOilN"c ( : Ne
braska and Iowa stoek 5-Vfit il'i1 ' per bushel.
Sw BUT POTATOES The miirUrt U well sup
plied with home grown at ( M ( 7f > o per bushel ;
Virginia stock ! tc per Ib.
End PLANT Slow sale at l'pK ( < < . " > e per dor.
for choice stock.
ONIONS Choice large Callforntaonlons nro
offered on the market at Whs per bushel
The demand is light.
HIIANS Hand-picked navy , M.fiO per bushel ,
nnd oilier grades down an low as M.2i. Cull-
fornlii stock. f'l.W per bushrl.
Ciu.Kin Thu receipts uro larger nnd the
stock better. Good stock brings ; ! 0iii5c ( ! u
bunch.
CiltEit Choice Michigan elder , $ ii.tHlaCi.f 0
per bbl. of ; tf g.il.
CocoAXt'Ts Good stock , ! f"i.lH ) .
CitASiip.iiHiEs The market is fairly well
supplied with good stoek. Hell & Cherry ,
SS.IKJ ; Hell k Hugle , * 1).IX ) ) : Capo Coils. S1IUK ) .
Lr.MONs Messina , l.lHUiili.W ) ; Miiioru ,
S7.IK ) ; Sorronto , $7dtl.
I'oi'CoitN Choice rice corn , ncper Ib ; other
Imls , 2 ( 2) ) , < c per Ib.
Honey Choice , In 1 Ib fniiiiis , 21e.
OitANtiEs Messina nut of the market ;
Louisiana , t'.UiU ' per bbl , &YIX ) per box ; Ju-
naica , f 10.HU per bbl , { . " . .Ml per box.
Ari'i.iw Choice Michigim apples , home
; rown , ( 'i.txi ) ( ) : < . & ( ) : Jomitlions. 't.fidK ? ! ! . ? , " ) .
Ciun Ai-i'LUi Choice Siberian , $ : t.lKI ( : ) .fU )
ler bbl.
GitU'Es Home-grown stock is in liberal
upply ami is moving f recl.v al 4 jC per pound ;
California , Tokay , M.fill per crate ; Muscats ,
2.fni ; New York , Id-lb biiskets , ! irii'l'r ( > C'
IlANXAk Tliu market is well Mipplcd with
iiniaiias nt * 2.H ( > o/i.K : ( ) per hunch.
NI'TS New crop : Ohio chest nuts , 12 } ( j lf > c
icr Hi : pi-nnuls. ' , raw ; Hraxil nuts , l.'ic ;
Imoiiiif ; Tnrriigona'Co ; Knglish walnuts ,
Sc ; lilbcrts , 12c.
Flour iinil K 'c l.
Thcfollnirlnij mr thcjnlililnu i > rtret :
Minnetota patents. s-U.fiO per cwt ; Minne-
lOtn Hakeis' straight , W.20 per cwt ; Kansas
mil Missouri winter lanc.v patents. M.-f-Xro
J.CiO ; Nebraska patents , i. ' iiti2 ! ! . " > ; r\c , Hour ,
" l.liVul.Wi per cwt ; r.vet ( irulinin , J-1.4H per
wt : wheat , ( irahain , 1.7.1 per cwt ; corn
' cal , yellow , 1KV per cwl ; corn meiil , white ,
1.00 per cwt ; chnppvd feed , ? 1 l.OOCdHO.OO per
on ; bran , M'J.H. ( ) ( Ul.iX ) per tun ; ' creenmgs ,
Ml ( ) ( ) ( ( (12.IMI per ton.
HAI Upland prairie , 7'.filii'i.(1 ! ( ( ( ) ; eomir.nn
joarse , $ l ) . . " > IK"7. < X ) .
Grocer's Ijisl.
Corrnn. Ordinary tn'ailes , 2UJi721c ( ; fair.
JlUC 2Jc : primu , 22 < .a'c : ! : fancy"grt'n mul
\ullow , 2itn2.r ( > c ; old gdVcriiinent .Inv.i. 2W
) "c ; interior .lava , 2.1rt2Sc ( ; Mochn. y iH.liHT ;
Arbucklo's , loasteil , 2ii14c ; McLnughlln's
XXXX , L'Ojjc ; Dihvorth's 20o ; Red Cros-s ,
.
KiriNiu : LAID. : Ticrco , 7c :
cans , 1c ; lu-lb louml , 7' ' < - ; "d-lb round , 7'4c ' ;
Kl-lb ) ) .iils , 7)ic ; 5-lb pails , 7 o ; H-lb palls ,
7-J-iO.
rinn. CJr.niulateil , Ci jTtiif.Jj'c ; conf. A ,
C < "UnL' ? while extra C , ( 1)4 ) (11y ( ( \ * c ; extra C ,
tl'iii-S.VollowC ' , fiJu'c ; cut loaf , 7 , ; pow-
lU'retl , 7' c.
Pit KI.C' ' Medium , in libls , Sii.r > tl ; do in
half bbls , 3.ri ; small , in bbls , $ .7..r.O ; do in
half bbls , W.'J.ri ; gerkiiis , in bbls. W.60 ; do in
WOOIIX\VAHI : : Two-hoop pails , per doz ,
.4r ) , Il-hoop pails , ii.70 ; No. t tub , fii.Wl ;
No. Stub. $ T > r > 0 ; No. 3 tub , M.fit ) ; wasli-
boards , SI.7B : assorted bowls. W.-i.V No. t
churns , ill ; No , 2 churns , &S ; No. . ' ! churns , 47.
TOIHITO Lorillard's Climtix , 44c ; Splen
did , 4le ; Mechanic's Ueliht > , 4le ; Lepuctt &
Meyer's Star , 41e ; Cornerstone , ! t4c ; Drum-
tnond' Hurse Shoe , 41c ; T. J. , U7 ; Sorg's ,
Spearhead , 4lc.
HiiooMsHxtru 4-tie , $2.fi < ) : No. 1 , W.IH ) ;
No. - ' , SI 7 ! > ; heavy stable , M.OO.
C\M i Mixed , S > ' ' ( * ; stick , 8 @SIVfi ! .
Cim-KCit ! " Garnc.iu's soda , butter and
picnic , r > c ; i reams , be ; ginger snaps , be ; city
soda , 7c.
TKAS Japan. " ( HJfSTitpunpowdcr ; , 20 ®
YOUIII ; Pl.vson , L'S Mu ; Oolong , 'J0rg (
.
JF.I.MI : HO-lb pails , $2.00.
PnovisioNs-llnms , \ \ & \ \ breakfast \
bacon , ? ( ,12l4c ; bacon sides , ' .Hji'.i e ; dry
salt , SJ4iis ( 4c ; htiouldcrs , 7(74'e ( ( ] ; ilrlinl beef
hams , UKiillc ; dried beef regular , ' . ' ) < i@l < ljo ;
hams pienic , 7i''Sc. (
ln i Li ) FRUITS Apples , new , J4's , fie ; ova
| > orated , WMb rinj.- , iul4@lijfo ( ; raspberries
evaporated , 2'i ) ; ; blackberries , evaiiorated
' 'JffeH'e ' ' ; pitted cherries , peaches , new
7'4u ; evaporated peeled peaehes,2 > ( rt2'.icevai-
orated , impared , l C'i't''c ' ' ' ; now curnuits , 7'4-
( R7J4C- prunes , rKiir e ; citron , 25c ; raisins ,
London layers , 42.1l ) ( .2.in ; California loose
muscatels , Sl.Wlfe2.00 ; new Valencias , SJ4' @
' . ' . ' 40.
40.Hoi'i : Sovcii-sixteonths inch. l-2Jiajfc. (
S Ki'i1 No. 70 , 4-gallon kegs , i1.4.'i ( 1l. : > U ;
New Orleans , per gallon , : < > Qi4Uc ; maple
syrup , half Ibbs , "old time , " per gallon , fcilc ;
1-gallon cans , per doz , $10.r > ( l ; half-gallon
cans , per do/ . fli.-J.'i ; ( mart cans , ? 't.2.'i.
STAHUI Mirror gloss , ri c ; Graves' corn ,
fi4c ' : Oswcgo gloss , 7c ; Oswego corn , 7c.
CANNIID Goons Oysters , standard , per
ca-so , W.10@t.ir : > ; strawberries , 2-lb , per case ,
KMKUO ) : ; raspberries , 2-lb , per case , $ 'l.00@
it.HI ; Call fern in pears , per case , * > l.70@4.bO ;
ries , per case , f2. ! iS,2.4l ( ( ; egg plums , 2-lb ,
per case. 2.5(1 ( ; piueapjilcsJlb , iier case ,
W.30Qt3.i5 ; Mb salmon , per doz , fS.lKKil'J.Ofi ;
2-lb gooseberries , per case , I.L'AbiU.ICi ; 2-lb
string beans , per case , $1.7f > ; 2-lb lima beans ,
per case , SI , GO ; 2-lb marrowfat peas , $2.riO@
2.00 ; 2-lb early Juno peas , per ease , J2,7flb ; : !
tomatoes , 2 4d@2.WI : 2-lb corn , * 2. : ) @ 2.40.
HOI.I.ANII HiniitiNns got- per keg.
Dry ( looilN.
COTTON FI\XXII : * 10 per cent trade dis
count LL , tlc : CC , 7 c : SS , 8' c ;
Nameless , r. ' c ; No. 5 , Oe ; ER , JiJ e ; GG ,
KIKe ; XX , l-.V ; OO. 14o ; NN , Hie ; KX ,
18o ; U , 20c ; No. 10 , 8e ; 40 , lllj c ; M ,
12o ; bO , l.V ; 80 , colored , lOc ; M ) , colored ,
12 j ; 70 , colored , Ifxj ; Hristol , 13' < fc ; Union
Pacille , Ibc.
CAitrKT WAHP Hibb white , IS' c ; col
ored , 'Mc.
HATTS Standard. Sc : Gem , lie ; Heauty ,
12 ! c ; Hoono , 14e : 1J , eased , Hi.N ) .
PKINTX SIIMII COLOIIS Atlanta fiUo ; Sla
ter Bo ; Herlin Oil tli u ; Garner Oil ( > @ 'i.
PINK AND HOURS Kiuhmoml lie ; Allen tic ;
Hiverpointfic ; SteeHiiv.rtie ; : Richmond fie ;
Pacitlo II ) Jc. INIIIOO HI.UK Washington Oo ;
American ll'tfe ; Arnold O' c ; Arnold Hllc ;
Arnold A 12o ; Arnold Goklseal lOUfo. DIIUSS
Charter Oak 4Ku ; Hamapo : % a : LodU u ;
Allen 5 > < e : Hichmond S ) < Tc ; Windsor tie ;
EddystouoBo ; Pacific ( to.
GINOIIAM Pluiikctt checks Ttfc ; Whlt-
tcnton 7 } c ; York 7J.fo ; Normandi Dress
S > . ; o ; Calcutta Dress bj c ; Whittentou Dress
t c ; Henfrow Dress Ii@i2'p.
CAMIIIUCS Slater 4Mc ; Woods 4fc } ; Stan.
dard 4 > fo ; Peacock 4 o.
COKSET JEANS Amlroscoggln 7 0 ; Kcar-
oz. ,
rey
' " "
Creek AA'l"2o ; Ueaver Creek HU" , Ho ; Hea
ver Creek CC , lOc.
KESTUCKT JEANS Memorial IPc ; Cantor
18o ; Durham 27Xo ; Hercules ISc ; Learning
ton 22.K ! CotUwoldSSc.
Ciusu Stevens' B lie ; bleached 7c ; Ste
yens' A Ttfc ; bleached 8Jie ; Stevens'
bleached O o ; Stevens' N Oifc ; bleached
ItH.'e ; Stevens' S It T laife.
MiscRM.AXEot-9 Tnblo oil cloth $3.85 s
plain Holland KUe to SV ; Dndo Holl.iud 12 > , u.
FLANNELS Plaid Hnftsmen 20o : Goshcn
nloClty
CoMF01tTP.no
UIANKCTS White , I1.00g7.50i ( coloredfl. 10
@s.oo.
HLRACIIRII Snr.r.TiNO Hcrkeley cnmbrle ,
No. CO , He ; Host Yet , 4-4 , Oi4e. butter cloth
OO , 44'c ; Cabot , 7Uo ; Farwell , 80 ; fruit of
Loom , bjfe : Orecno G , ( k1 ; Hope , 7 > c ; King
Phillip ciimbric , He ; Lonsdalc , ll ! < e ; Lons-
dale , b' c : New York mills , 10'tfc ; Peppercll ,
42 Inch , 10jn ; Peppercll. 40 inch , 11)40 ) ; Pcp-
perell. t-l. ! ir > ; Pcpjvrcll. 8-1 , ISo ; Pepperell ,
1M , 20o : Pejipercll , 10-4 , 22l , c ; Cnutoii. 4-4 ,
S' c ; Canton , 4-4 , tl'iej ' Triumph , tio. ; Wum-
sutta , lie ; Valley , ftc.
BKOWN SiiKKTiNd Atlantic A , 4-4 , 7'/o ; A
Hantlc H , 4-4. 7e ; Atlantic D , 4-4 , He ; At
lantic P , 4-4 , hjfc ; Aurora LL , 4-4 , B o ; Au
rora C , 4-4 , 4Kc ; Crown XXX , 4-4 , > tfc ,
Hoosler LL. 4-4 , f > Jfc ; Indian Head , 4-4 , 7'e ' ;
Lawrence LL , 4-4 , fiji'o ; Old Dominion , 4-4 ,
fijfe : Pepperell H , 4-4 , t ) ) c ; Pepi > erell O. 4-i
( V ; Pepperell , 8-4 , l o ; Pepperell , ! M , 18c ;
Peppcrell , IIV4.HK.UtlcaC ; , 4-4. 4 > 4'c ; Wa <
ohusott , 4-4 , 7c , Aurora U , 4-4 , CJJo , Aurora
U. 4-4 , ( V.
DI-CK West Point 20 In , 8 oz. 10 } < ci West
Point 2 ! ) In , Hloz. I'c ; West Point 2(1 ( In , 12
oz , Uc : West Point 40 in , 11 oz , Hie. Cheeks
Caledonia X , UJ e : Caledonia XX , lO o ;
Kconomy'J@d c ; Otis , U ( < ttiJ < Ic.
Ururrnl MnrkrtH.
SriuiT.s Cologne sjilrits , 1SS proof , $1.10 ;
do 101 proof , $1.12 ; spirits , second quality ,
101 proof , $1.10 ; do tbb proof , $1.011. Alcohol.
Ib8 proof , $2.10 per wine gallon. Redistilled
whiskies , * I.OOV ( l.r.O. Gill blended , $1..W@
2.00 ; Kentucky bourbons , $2.00(50.1X1 ( ; Ken
tucky and Pennsylvania ryes , $ ! . ( KKVHI.r > 0 ;
Golden Sheaf bourbon and rye whiskles.Jl.M )
( : UH > . Hramlles , imported , $0.00(88.50 ( ; do
mestic , $ l.iOai.OO. ! ( : Gins , imported , $4fiOi ( ;
i.tlO ; domestic , $1.2. > ( < ? : UH ) . Champagnes , im-
IKirted , per case , $2S.lX ) ( ; t3.00 ; American , per
case , . 10.00@lll.X ( ) .
Hutvi H\uiWAin ) : Iron , rate , $2.70 ; plow
steel , special cast. 4sc } ; crucible steel , ti/c ' ;
cast tools , do , I''fHlfic ; wagon spokes , pyr set ,
f2.0Xiir.NI ; liubs , per set , fl.BO ; fel
lees , sawed dry , 81.00 ; tongues , each , Nc ;
axles , each , 7r > i ! ; square nuts , per Ib , ( K < ilo ! ) ;
coil chain , | > crlb , H-J ( 111 ; malleable , b'UO.e ;
iron wedges , tic ; crowbars , tic ; harrow teeth ,
\ &cspring \ steel , 4S ( , " > c ; Hurden's horse
shoes , $1.75 ; Hurden's mule shoes , Ki.75 ;
barbed wire , In car lots , * 4.HI ( per UK ) Ibs ;
iron nails , rates , 10 to 50 , $2.41) ) ; steel nails ,
52.50.
limns Green butchers' , 5J < f(20o ( ; preen
cured , 7e ; dry Hint , 10nUc ; dry salt , t'o ' ;
green calf skins , 7J < ; 'c ; damaged bides , two-
thirds price. Tallow ! le. Grease Prime
whit n , ! te ; yellow , Ho ; brown , lj c. Sheep
pclUs , 2(40c. ( ( .
Cou. Egg , $10.00 ; nut , $10.00 ; range ,
tHMMi ; walnut block , . t.50 ; Iowa lump , fl.M ) ;
Iowa nut , $2.75 ; Illinois , $4.2.U4.75. (
Dry laiinlicr.
1IIMKNSIONS ANK TIMIIKIIS.
t' . ' . HA.- ! i i
t ft. I8ft.jaift.sjft. |
ai.fi02i.rflai.f > n
. . .i .a.v I' '
. .1HM
KI.OOHIVd.
A li in. White Pine XfiM C ,
H " " " 3U.M ) 1) , 21.10
FIN1MIINO.
1st ami 2nd , clear , 1 , 1 > 4 inch , s.2 s.5050
Id. clear , 1 inch , s. 2 s. , 4.1.W )
" " IK , ' - . - 4II..10
A select , 1 inch , s. 2 s. , -1IMK )
" " IU , I12 in 44.IK )
H " 1 inch , s. 2s. . HO. ! * )
" " W , ' . ; , - : i7.00
I'ori.AK i.f\uuii. :
Clear Popular , Hx. Hds. % in. , s. 2s.C : .5 ( )
, " } , in. Panel , s. 2 K 27.00
" Corrugated Ceiling , % . . . 23.50
HATTUNSri.l , It'lUND , I'lUKET.-i.
O. G. Halts , 2J < J In * 00.75
" \-i\\\ \ \ ill , s. 1 s 00.45
: i In Well Tubing. D & M and Hev 23.00
Pickets , Dfi H , Flat 20.50
" " Bimaie 21.00
IIOAHIIS.
No. 1 ioin. s 1 s Sl.H.OO No. 2 , com , sis $17.1X1
No. 3 15.50 No. 4 , 13.00
A , 12 , 14 nnd 10 ft. S2I.5U C , $15.50
U. " " " 20.50 D. 12.50
Fl'.NCINO.
No. l,4&in ( ! , 12 At 14 ft , rough $10.50
No. 1 , " " 1(1 ( " " 10.50
No. 2 , " " 12 & 14 " " Hi.lKI
No. 2 , " " II ! " " 17.50
CUIl.INO AND PARTITION.
1st com , % in White Pine Coiling $34.00
2nd " " " " 28.1X )
Clear , % in. Norway " " 10.X ( )
' a in. " " " 14.00
com.V .
STOCK IIO llll ) .
A 12 inch s. 1 s $45.50
No. 1 , com. 12 s. 1 s , 12 ft 20.50
' " " " 14 fl 1'J.OO '
1 " " " 111 ft 18.50
No. 2 , " " " l'J.H ' ( )
" " " " 10 ft 17.50
Inch Grooved Hooting , M.X ( ) ] tcr M moro
than 12-inch Stock Hoards sumo length.
sniNdi.r.s , I.ATII.
XX clear 1.10 Extra * A * * 2.X ! )
* Standard. . . . 2.7.1 A H H & H. . . . 2.55
0 in. ele.ir , No. 1. . 1.50 Lath 2.115
1'ovrs.
White cedar , fi in. , J s. , 12c ; 9 in. qrs. , lie ;
8 in. irs. | , lOo ; 4 in. round , 15e ; Tennessee
Ked Cedar , Split , 15c ; Split Oak , 12c.
1.1 MB , ETC.
Qnincy white lime ( besl ) . We ; Akron ce
ment , tl.75 ; hair ! IOc ; ( Master , fU.75 ; tar
board , (1.75 ; sash 40e per et. ; doors , 40c per
et. ' * , blinds , 40c pur et , ; mouldings , 4o ( ) jier
ct. ; tar felt , per cwt. , fc.7. ! > ; straw board ,
$1.75.
SOUTIIKIIX YEI.I.OW IMNC.
Com. 4 & 0 in. flooring $17.50
Star " " 21.50
Clear % in Ceiling 21.50
Clear % in Partition 25.00
Clearllnishcd , 1 & U-f in s2s 2'J.OO
Clear corrugated ceiling. 4 in 27.00
Yellow pine casing and b.iso 20.00
ITHO 13 CX1CQCAHTKD WITU THR OIOGnirilV Or TIIII
covmar wiu , > IB BT tXAHixwa THIS tur TIIAI TUI
CHIGAGOROCKISLAND&P ! FICRAILWAY
Itrcuon of III central poiitlon. c'.Oie rclallon lo linn
] bit of Chtcaco , and contlnj ui l.acs at lermln&l
point ! TVf > t , Northwcit and Sojth tit. li the true
middle link In that tranicontlncntu pjitcm which
InTltcs ami factlltatea trarul and trafdc between the
Atlantic and I'aclflc.
The Rock Iiland main line and bianchei Include Ctl
cafO.Jollet , Ottawa , La hallo , Feorla , Qenrfno , llollne
end Ilock Iiland , In Illlnolii Pivcnport , tluicatlne
\YalhlDEton , ralrfleld , Ottumira , OtValooia , Weil LIU-
erly.Iow cltjDci > lolnuiIndl nol , WlnUriel , Allan
Uc , KnoiTllle , Aodubon , Harlan , ( luthrle Centre and
Council Illuffi , In Iowa ; Oallatln , Trenton , Bt. .oiepn
Cameroa and Kan * * * Cltj , In Itlsiourlt ! .eav worll
and Atcblion , In Kaiiian ; Albert Lea , tllnneapolli and
Bt.TatilIn Mlnneiotai Watertown anil Slouz Falli,10
Dakota , and hundred * of Intermediate cltlei and to wni
' . 'The Great Rock Island Route"
Onarantcei iperd , comfort , certainty and aafetf. Ill
permanent war lidliUovuiihedforIteexcellence. Ite
LrUefi are ot itone and Iron. IU track It ot lolk
teel.lttrolllJiKitock perfect. Itipanencereqnlpmenl
hai all the lafel/appllancei that eiperlence bajpnreJ
nifful , and for luinrlout accommodallore li uiuar-
paiied. Ill Eipren Tralni conilit of taperler Day
Coachei , elegant I'ullman falaca Parlor and Sleeplag
Can , luperb Vlnlaf Can , prorldlnj dellcloni meili
and ( between Chlcaco and St. Joieph , Atcblion ant
Kaniai Cltj ) reitful Recllnlnr Cbalr Can. It * maa
gement U couerratlTe , IU dltelpUa * eiaotlng
"The Famous Albert Lea Rome"
Between Chicago and MInncapolli and St. Pa. ' U the
farorite. Oyer thli tin * Solid rait Kipreie Tralai run
dally to ftUraetlre reiorte for tourlita In Iowa and
Ulcnuota , and , Tla. Watertown and Sloni Falli , to the
rich wheat and graclnc Undt of Interior Dakota. Tla
leneca and Xankakee , the Ilock Iiland olfen tcperior
Inducemintt to traretcni between Cincinnati , Indian
acolli. LafayetU and Council Blnffi. Et. Joiepb , Atcbl
on , L Tenworth. Kaniae City. Bt. Paul , and Interme
diate pelnti. All patroni ( eipeclallr ladlei and cbll
dren ) receive protection , courUij and kindly attention
For tlckete , mape , f olden , cople * of VTeitern Trail , or
any deilred Information , apply to principal otlcei In
tt * Vailed BUlei aid Canada , or addreu , at Cklcago
R. I. CAIlt , I. ST. JIM , | . A. HIUIOII
- ' - '
0
_ . . Agrloylttjral Irnplomonts.
CHURCHILL PARKER ,
lealer in Aericnlteral Implements , W agons ,
CrrUgtt od lln i v Jorfo Ptrcel. llclwccn h nj
10th , Omtlm , Nfbr ki .
LlNINOER & METCALF CCC
Agricultural Implements , Wapns.Carriages .
Bugglci , Etc. Wbntf ! , Om h ,
" '
PA"RUN.6nENDORF & MARTIN
. . Whol lf Dvftltra In
Agncnltnrallniplemenis.Waps . & Bnggies
Wl , Ml , W6 ami nn , Jones 8lr cl ,
P. .
Manufacturers of Bnckoye Drills. Seeders ,
CullUttora. H y IUke . C1ilr Mllln and l.Hh n Pal'
Ttrlifra. Cor. 14tii nud Nicholas flrctls.
WINb'NA'lMPLEMENTTco
Wholent *
Agricultural Implements , ! agons &BUEJCS
Corner tub unit NMchoUi Ktrrtli.
" Artlts' , *
A.HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' ' Materials , Pianos and Organs ,
151.1 Hondas Btrccl , Omaha , Nebraika.
Boots and Shoes.
W. V. MORSE & CO. ,
Jolite of Boots and Shoes.
(11 Kurnam St.Omnlm , Neh. .Manufactory , Rammer
Hlreel , notion.
KIRKENDALL. JONES A CO. ,
( PucccMors io Herd , Jonci A ( \ < . )
Wholesale Manufacturers of Boots and Shoes
Accnta ( or llotton llnbhcr Shoe ( -o. llfU. 1104 A11M
lUmej HI. , Omaha , Nrhraiik.
Coffees , Spices , Eto.
CLARKE COPFEE CO. ,
Om h Coffee nnd Ppleo Mill ! .
Teas , Coffees Spices , Baking Powder ,
Crockery and Classwaro.
W. L. WRIGHT.
Agcnl for the Manufacturers and Importer * of
Crockery. Glassware. Lamps , Chimneys.
Ktc. Office. 317 8.13th fit. , Omaha , Nebranka. '
Commission and Storage.
D. A. HURLEY.
Commission and Ming.
BnlterlC c nnd lrodure. Con liinmcrit noUrltrd.
lleiuluuarlcr * for Stoneware , Herri llnxM nnd
Orope HaJkHs. KM Dodxe St. , Oiuitha.
RIDDELL & RIDDEUC
Storage and Commission Merchants.
BpeclnlUen Butter , KKK'I ( 'liproc , I'oiiltrj , Game.
OjstsriKtc. . , KUIl2 South Itth stref I.
WIEDEMAN Si CO. ,
Produce Commission Merchants.
I'oullry , llutter , Uamc. Kriillt. Ktc. KO South llth SI. ,
Oinnlia , Nvbrankn.
CEO. SCHROEDER & , CO. .
( buccwon to McSliHne A Suhrooilcr. )
Produce Commission and Cold Storage ,
( inmlui , Nehrmaa.
ConlJ3oko andJLImo.
" " " "
DM AH"A"COAL , "COKE & "LTME co. .
Jotte of Hard and Soft Coal.
2TO youth l.lth Mroi't , Onmha , Ncbrn'ka.
J. J. JOHNSON & CO. .
Manufacturers of Illinois White Lime.
And hltipcr of Coal , Coke , Oinent , I'la'tcr , Lime ,
Drain Tile and Sewer Pipe. OHIce , rnxton Hotel ,
Knrrmm St. , Omaha , Neh. Telephone 811.
NEBRASKA FUEL CO. .
Shippers of Coal and Coke.
211 South 11th ft. , Omaha , Nob.
, Dry Co d8jindJMotlojT8.
SMITH Si CO. .
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions
1102 nnd HIMDouglas , Cor. llth HI. , Omaha , Nob.
KILPATRICK-KOCH DRY GOODS Co
Importersand Johbers in Dry Goofls.Mons .
'urnliihlnKfiOods.CortierlUb nnd llarncy Sli. ,
Omaha , Nebraika.
Furniture.
DEWEY & STONE.
Wholesale Dealers in Furniture.
Karnam Btrret , Omalia , Nebraska.
CHARLES SHIVERICK ,
Furniture , Bedding , Upholstery , Mirrors ,
Ktc. 1301,1W and 1210 Karnatu Street , Omaha.
Groceries.
PAXTON , GALLAGHER & CO. ,
Wholesale Groceries and Provisions.
7M > , 707 , TOU nnd 711 H. lOtb St. , Omaba , Neb.
McqpRD. BRADY & CO. .
Wholesale Grocers ,
llth and Leatenworth Streets , Omaha , Nebraska.
D. M. STEELE & CO. ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
1119,1M1 and 1223 Harnej Street , Omaha , Neb.
ALLEN BROS. .
Wholesale Grocers ,
1114 and 1I1H llarney Street , Omaha , Neb.
Hardware.
LEE. FRIED & CO. .
Johhcrs of Hardware and Nails.
TinwareHhPft IronKtc. Agenll for Howe Kca1ei.and
Miami Powder Co. , Omaha , Neb.
HIMEBAUQH & TAYLOR.
Builders' ' Hardware & Scale Repair Shop
Mechanics' Tools and Buffalo Scalei. IMft Douilaa-it.
Omaha , Nebraska.
RECTOR & WILHELMY CO. ,
Wholesale Hardware.
10th and Ilarney St , Omaha , ; N b. Western ABC nt
lor Austin Powdei Co. , Jearrmm Stuel Nullh , talr *
banks Standard Scale * .
Heavy Hardware.
W. J. BROATCH.
Heavy Hardware , Iron and Steel.
BprlncsVagon Hlock , llanlwaru Lumber , etc.
andlSll llarney Hlreet , OniHha.
EDNEY 4 GIBBON.
Wholesale Iron and Steel.
Wapnn ami Carilaitn Wood Stock , Hearr Itardwar
P.tc. I''l ? and ni'J lA-aTenworlli m. , Omahu , Neb.
Hats , Caps , Eto.
W. L. PARROTTE i CO. .
Wholesale Hats , Caps and Straw Goods.
1107 Hamer Ktr t , Omaha. Neb.
Liquors.
WILLOW SPRINGS DISTILLERY CO
and ILER It CO. ,
Importers & Jobbers of FineWines &Liprs
Kast India miters and Ikjmeitlc M'juors. ill ] IlnniBy
Lumber.
OMAHA LUMBER CO. .
All kinds of Bnilfling Material at Wholcsals
IHIi Street and Union pacific Track , Om lm.
LOUIS BRADFORD.
Dealer in Lumber , Lath , Lime , Sash ,
DooraCIO. Yardt Corner Ilh and Uouglai ; Kotaer'M
tnd Uouglai.
C. N. DEITZ ,
Dealer In all Kinds of Lumber ,
lh and California Sti. , Omaha , Neb.
FRED W. GRAY ,
Lumber Lime Cement Etc Etc
, , , , , ,
Corner tthaxidlXmilnBti. . Omaha.
T. W. HARVEY LUMBER CO. .
To Dealers Only ,
omce , 1 H r TDa BU l , Omaha , . -
Dealer In Hirdwoei Limber,7 , *
Wood CarpMn and Parquet Vloorinf. Wk ai4 DoatlM
BlrreU. Om a . *
JOHN A. WAKEFIELD. '
Wholesale Lumber , Etc , '
Imported n < 1 American Portland Cnnl. BtaU _ ,
for Milwaukee llrdraullo reveal tut gulnej
Millinery and Notion . * *
rf WVA - * * * * * - * ' - VwV V rt * " ' * * ? *
I. OBERFELDER A CO. ,
Importers & Joboers of Millinery & MIDI
K , no and til Sooth llth Itrttt.
Notion * ,
J. T. ROBINSON NOTION CO. ,
Wholesale Notions ani Fnrnishioi Qioil
_ M3 and 4t South IPlh 8lr l.Oma .
VI NYARD & SCHNEIDER , T
Motions and Gent's ' FiimisninE Gwii
1106 Harnty Slr * l. Omaha.
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"f ANK i LNsftf CO. ,
Wholesale Refined and LnbricatiiuOils ,
Lilt Ur a , tic. . Omaha. A. U. BUho .
Papar.
CARPENTER PA > ER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper Dealers , .
tarry a Die * stock of printing , wrapplnf aa4 wflUM
yap r. Special atuntloa lt n to car laa < l rd ri. [
PrintorB' Materials. . ,
WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION. 1
Aniiliary Pnblisners ,
Dtalfn InlTpi. prtMra aad nrtnUr * ' lupillM. Hft
_ foulh mh ytretl. Omaha. _ _
_ R u njaerjBopd s . '
OMAHA RUBBER CO. , |
Manufacturers and Dealers in Rubber Good *
Oil Clothing and leather lloltlnc. 1008 CarnamBtNUi
Steam FUtlnge , Pumps , Eto. L
A. L.'STRANG CO. ,
Pumps , Pipes and Engines , '
bleam , wat < > r. railway and utlnlni tuppllei , tic. %
ga nlVMV rn > iiiSlr el.Om h . [
CHURCHILL PUMP CO. ,
Wholesale Pnraps , Pipe , Fittings , '
Blrtm .ml Walrr Kiipplli" . KoulqukMcrt tor Uuk
Fuotl A Cu'i ( ooili. 1111 Knrnnu SI. , Ointh * . J
U.S. WIND ENGINE ft PUMP CO. ,
Steam and Water Supplies ,
HalllcUy Wind Mlll . DIB unit KO K rn ra 81. ,
U. F. ! ( < > , Actlnit Mnniticr.
BROWNELL & CO. .
Engines , Boilers and General Machine W. :
bhrct Iron Work , Steam rumps , Haw Mllli. 1J13-
lunvt'iiwnrtb Slrcel , Croatia. 3
Seeds.
PHIL. STIMMEL& CO. ,
Wnolesale Farm , Field and Garden Seedl
Oil and 'M Jones SI. , Om ti [
Storage , Forwarding A ComrnlBBlor
ARMSTRONG , PETTIS & CO. ,
Storage , Forwarding and Commission , ,
Ilninch hutue of the lleoner BuigT Co. Bntl | * k
wholcule and retail. 1JW.UIO soil 1312 Uard Hired , '
Omaha. Ttltpbone No. 7U ) . '
Toaa and dlgara. J
WM. A. WILSON & CO. ,
Importers and Jobbers of Teas & Oil
Spices and Dalny linking Powder , 1116 and 1418 llara
nej blreel , Omaha , ,
Cornice.
EAGLE CORNICE WORKS , Ail
Manufacture Galvanized Iron and Cornice
Job 11 Kpulicttr , Proprietor. KO Dodia and 1U3 and 10
Njrth IlHh Blretl. Om h . ;
jmoke Stacks , Boilers , Eto.
H. K. SAWYER ,
Mannfacturins Dealer in Smoke Stacks'
BrllcIiliiKi.TiinkianddeDeralDnlUr Repairing. Mil ]
Uodge Slrtel , Omth. , Ntb. ]
Iron Worka. /
PAXTON 4 VIERLINO. ]
Wronght and Cast Iron Building Worlr1
Enclnc . Hr i work , iieneral fouudrr. mnchln * mil
blaukirullh work , ( mice Mid worki , U. 1 * . UT. aud
17th Strctt , Om ln.
OMAHA WIRE& IRON WORKS.
Manufacturers of Wire and Iron Railing )
Ic k ritlli , window iin rd , floweralandiwire lgni
etc. , 123 North ICtli Kt. , Oiuaba.
OMAHA SAFE AND IRON WORKS ,
Man'frs ' of Fire & Burglar Proof Safes
VHiilti , Jill work. Iron and wlra fentlnK. ilvnii , etc. O }
Anilretn , I-rop'r. Cor. llth nd Jackion U.
MEAGHER & SPROAT , ,
Of ntrnl Agunts for Dlebold tfuto k Ix > ck Co.'i I
Fire and Burglar Proof SafesTime , Locks. !
Vaults and Jail Work , U15 Karnam street , Onmha.n
CANFIELD MANUFACTURING CO *
Mannfacturers of Overalls , t
Jeani Tanla , Slilrts , Ktc. 1103 and 1104 DoUKlusIteeV (
Omaha , Neb. f
Sash , Deere , Eto.
M. A. DISBROW & CO. .
Wholesale Manufaclurera of '
Sasn , Doors , Blinds and Moaldings , I
Branch OBIce , Uth and Iiartl Htrccti , Oraalia , Nub
BOHN MANUFACTURING CO. ,
Manufacturers of Sasn , Doors , Blinds ,
Moulding , Htalr Work and Inlerlor llurd Wood MM
lih. K. E. Comer Bih ant ) I < eur ufforlh Utreoln.
Omaha , Neb.
OMAHA PLANING MILL CO. ,
Mannfacturers of Monldings , Sash ,
And llllndi. Turning , Stair-work. Dank and Odlci
Kltllngn. Still and I'upplclon Avenue. \
Brewers.
STORZ & ILER ,
Lager Beer Brewers , i
1M1 North KlghtHcnlb Btreet , Omahu , Neb.
PALMER , RICHMAN Si CO. ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants , ]
Offlce-lloom 24 , OppoHUo Kichange llulldlnn , Unlo *
hli > ck Yardi , Mouth Onmha , Ncli.
McCOY BROS. ,
Live Stock Commission Merchants ,
Markft furnlited free on appllcutlon , Slutkere aualf
fecdcra furnliheil on goocl torniH. llcrcrfncen : OaieJ
lia National Hank and Soutb Omaba Nallonul , Ulilorf
Htock Varrti , bonth OrimhB ,
JTORIMER , WESTERFIELD & MALEV
Live Stock Commission ,
lloom IS , Bicbaiiiio Dulldlng , Union Stock Vard %
yuutli Onulm , .Scli ,
HORN .t SHARPE ! *
Commission Dealers in Live Stock , /
lloom 21 , Kiehangr HulMIng , Union htnck Vdi. flk
Omeha. Ilererriuui Union Nat'l Hunk , OmMiaJ
Unldii itork Vnnl * Hank H. ( Muulia , K. U. Ituwluy1
I'rei. Am. Hank & TruH Co. , Oinohu.
ALEXANDER S FITCH.
Commission Dealers in Live Stoclf ,
Iluom J5 , oppotlto UictuniKp llulldlug , 1'iiluii S-locJf
Yanlii , r > oulli uraitlia , Ncu.
UN ION"STOCK" YARDS co7 , ' " *
Of Omaha , Limitcil ,
John f. Uo/d , Siipcrlutendent. /