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THE OMAHA * DAILY
A Lincoln Mau's ' Bribe Spurned by a Teias
Official.
JOHN DILLON VISITS FITZOERALtf
lie ItripicstH TJml Xo Pnlillo Demon-
M nil Ion He Clinic Hlatc Moti.sc
dinners An Alaska
, l-vCilltlon. |
Ltvroi.S , Neb. , April 4. [ Special to Tun
Hit ] As the following , taken from the
Dallas ( Texas ) Daily Times-Herald of March
'II , may bo of consldcniblc local Interest , TUB
lU.u ivimbllshes It :
LINCOLN , Neb. , Mnrob 27. H. O. Downr. e ti ; .
Dalian , To\-Dear Mr : I learn that you are
about to Imlld ut.iiO.UOOcourt house ; If ; co , I
would like to fiiinl li you with plans for UK ;
Mini' ' I have built many houses In
tlif'south , being n nntlvo southerner , and I
cnnglu > ) oua bouse that will bo a pride to
tbe state and county. As you and I nrl not
here foroni health , but for business , let inn
jnake j on n ( imposition , which IK this : 1 will
give you enc > hnlf of my commissions 15 you
inn get me the plans for the building , and wo
eiin work together In nil respects. U'llljim
let mo know In regaid to It. nnd give me all
tin paitlenlais and I will govoin mjsolfae-
eoidlngly. Ilespectfullv jours ,
OH I'I.UTV.
mi.lr.Af ) . Te\ . , March 'IIMr. . O II. I'lnooy
I.lncon , Neb. Sir : Vour coininiinlcatlon of
March 27 making pioposlllons In ii'gunl to thu
building of a court house In the city of Dal
las and containing also n pioposlllon todlvlde
jour commissions with me Is just at hand.
on Miy that you have built many
houses In the south and that von ate a native
Mint hoi nor. You also state that neither jnu
01 I ate In our respective localities foi our
health 1 deslic to slate to yon that jour
pioMsltlon | Is declined with Indignation so fur
as I am concerned , and as I know the members
of the coinnilsslonois'couit , with whom I am
associated. I feel justified In wijlng that you
can not under any consldeiatlon tecelvu n
eontriiit from Dallas county and any bids 01
iduns fiom you would mil bo considered even
If you weie to piepaie them giatls. If jouare
ns > ou say , iisoiitlicincr , I must beg leave to
doubt your statement that jon ino "not In
Nebiaska for jour hi alth" and to enteitaln
the siiMilclon that mielt soulhrincls as
you ftliow yoiir'df to bo by
vour suggestion of dividing piollts
villb a swoin anil bonded ollleei , have fro-
ijuonll } loft the south for "tholi liualtli , " and
lot that loved section's good.
1 shall tiy and give jour rririiiiinnlcntlon
Mich publicity as It demands. In conclusion I
will say to yon that I lime lived to be nearly
foity-seven year * of age , and have , I think , for
tvvenly-livo join's home u icasonnhly goon
lepulntlon In this community us an honest
man , nnd that In the trials aim v Iclssltmlcs of
a IK.I altogether uneven ) ful life I li'iv e not yet
been able to get mv ow u consent to become a
robbei 01 a tlilef. With us much icspeet as I
think you dosoivo , I am ,
i : . P. llowi.ii.
County Judge Dallas County , Toxus.
IIII.IOX IN LINCOLN.
.Tohn Dillon , M. 1' . , nnd nmoiiR the greatest
of the agitators of the Irish cause , is in the
city He arrived todav nt I o'clock and is the
truest of Hen John 1'it/gcrald , president of
the Irish National league. The distinguished
gentleman was mot at the train by Messrs.
Sutton and Cngnev , who escoitett him to Mr.
Fit/gerald's residence. Mr. Dillon wishes
no public demonstration vv bile ho is here and
it is leiiined that his wishes will bo lespeeted.
lie ftoes from hero to St Louis nnd thence to
New York , where he will tnkoUiu steamer
for home this day week.
C'Al'lTU. 1NT1 I I IflKVrB.
Attorney General Lceso and Bank ] ' \am-
Iner Sanders wont to Omaha today to look
nfter some banking business.
John M. Thnyer , jr , the governor's private
. secivtary , and Miss Maggie. Mullen , daughter
+ ' of Hon. O. A. Mullen , will bo married Mon
ti .ii tit the church of the Holy Fnhiily. Kev.
Hevvett , pastor of the church , will perform
the ceremony lit high noon.
Auditor licnton received ? iT.,000 of court
house and Jail bonds Irom Pierce county ,
toduy , also $ , nX ( ) of piecinct bonds rrom Mer-
i ick loiinty Their history is perfect and the
auditor's autograph adorns them. Washing
ton's $ iriOKIO ( of lefutulliiff bonds will also
catch nis signature in a few duy.s. This de
fect is duo to an oversight in prepaiing the
bonds and is easily remedied.
The boaid of public lands and buildings
r.Its Monday to pass ii | > ou monthly claims nnd
the reports of the various state institutions.
Vouchers have nil been lllecl There will bo
n full attendance of the bo.iiil , for Commis
sioner Steen rctmns from Washington tomor
row or Sunday. The soldiers' and sailors'
home reiioitsu family numbering I'Jl people/
at this time.
As hns been stated in the Washington dis
patches to the press , the government decided
not Ions since to send a paity to Alaska terri
tory to study miimal and plant lifo in that
polnrclimo during the t summer months.
Prof Lawrence Brunei-of the state univer-
fcity is designated ns the head of the detail ,
and this afternoon ho announces that ho had
organized his corps for the c.\pedition. It in-
dudes Herbert H. Marslnud , II. J. Weber
linn Albert Woods of the senior class of the
unlvuisitv , and Mr E. ( ! . Brunei1 of Wist
Point The paity will bo in the tlehl during
the months of June , July and August , leav Ing
hero in May and returning homo in Septem
ber Mr. ItruniT nnd Mrs. Dr Somers will
accompany the patty and \\hlle the Held
\\nikUiuiiiogrciiswlllputlu their limo at
Sltkii.
AVllt L1XK.
A circular was sent to the boards of trade
of Omnha , Uncolii , Hcd Cloud , Crete and
Nelson today culling upon them to send dele
gates to a convention to bo held in this city
April 111 , atI o'clock In the afternoon , to < on-
.sidcr the best means of securing an air line
railroad from Omahii to I'hillipsburg , Kan. ,
via the cities named. Delegates will bo ex
pected to submit statements in writing giving
the Ix-.st natural route through their ic-
spectlvu localities , the amount of shipments
in and out and the prohablo amount of local
subsidies that can bo secured.
TIIK IIISTIIICT COt'llT.
The case of Hhea vs Baldwin wns on trial
in the district coutt today. This Is the hust
case bulletined on the law docket , but it is
probable that com t 111 not adjourn for sev
eral days yet. >
Defendant defaulted In the ease of Will-
lams nnd Webster vs Ir.i Metcalf. This gave
the plaintiffs the tlrst lien on the real estate
in controversy , mid a debt of $7M ) . til is thus
secured.
KlUa Stacey vs Lincoln Paper taanufactur-
Ing company Two cases. Dclendants failed to
npiiciir. The plaintiff , however , was com
pelled to pay $10 into court and the defend
ants to make deed for the city lots In con
troversy
A Jury \v as waived in the ease of Fred
Shepherd vs Fivd Wort ? and the cause called
for trial this moining. On hearing by the
court the plaintiff was given a judgment for
$ . ! .
The trial of Amanda Woods and Charles
I'm Us for complicity in the murder of Hob
Woods over a year ago , commences on next
Monday. Judge C'hapman and a jury will sit
to determine upon the guilt or innocence of
the accused.
J.ato this afternoon .Martin Dancy Hied his
petition in the district com I commencing ac
tion against the commissioners of Lancaster
county to compel them to account lor the 1.1
jwr cent balance on the contract piico for the
now com t house held in tvsorvo by them for
llnal settlement. This fund amounts to v2l-
740 4ll. Of this Mini Mr. Davoy claims f,700
for services , ho alleges to bo duo him us
MiKTintem1cnt | of construction. Ho brought
the suit special'v to jvcover this amount.
im MIVV.S AND NOTI : * .
Joe Ojiclt Is iifitln in charge of the Arling
ton hotel.
l.oulo Meyer hiw decided that ho will not
contest the election of Uoyco to the council
fnun the Fifth ward.
The cxclso board held a meeting this evenIng -
Ing to pass uHin ] the applications of thltty-
llvo buslmvs llrms In this city who desire to
hell mult , spliltnous and \inlous liquors iu
this clt ) during the coming \car.
The non-pnitlsnu prohlmthinist.s meet In
massionventhm in this city April III. His
stated that the ) will commence active cam-
luignvoik for constitutional pi-ohibltlon im-
modlatolj theivafter The non-paitlsans will
make an effort to outdo the Into convention of
the third paity men.
Consecration services of the T P. S. C. K.
Avill bo held at the First Christian church ,
corner of Fouiteenth iunl K streets , Sunday
evening The Informal reception to Iw ten
dered to Dr. Francis 1J. Clarke of Boston ,
Mass , \vill bo held In the parlors of the First
Congregational church from 0 to T.UO o'clock
Monday evening. .
Postponed ,
Coiivuu- ! < Neb , April 4Tho regular
meeting of the Nebraska Live Stock Ship
j en * ussot liillon callctl to meet at the Ex-
l , South Omaha , April 0 , IbW , ut
J p , in . U ht-roby postponed until July P. 1MK ) ,
nt the sumo place
place.T. . W STOCKEII , President.
JOMV WIGGINS , Seeretnry.
\V. V. Lurni , p.x-itntc auditor of town , say1) ) :
" 1 Imvo used Cliuinbtrlalii's Couch Humeily
In > ny fHmlly , nnd Imvo no hesitation hi trtv-
Intr It Is nn excellent remedy I believe It Is
nil Hint It claimed for It. 1'ersons n filleted
by a cough will llnd Itu friend. "
CHICAGO iTvi-j STOOIC.
Cinrtno. April 4 ( "pcclul Teles nun to TUB
lli.i : . ] The ili'imiml for entile win more net-
Ivc than yesterday , with prices strong to lOc
lillfhoi on flit cuttle , such us the dressed hccf
linilo. OApoitors mill shippers : wanted. Mght ,
pony-built slcers liml the call , ns 1ms hccn the
e.'i'f lately , nnd In u few instances mnde a peed
deal more money than yesterday. Me
dium nnd common Mceis wens left to the lust ,
hnlold a shade hotter. Texas steers under
went lltilo or no change. Native cows and
butchers' stock | ? t'iicrtilly "bowed no essential
chimpc. The demand fur stookors
nnd feeders continues e < | iial to the
supply. with prices ahout ns
tKin } ? as nt any one Hum during the spring.
Native * . l.l.Vj to l.ox ) Ih" . . { .J.VXiM.sO ; stoekors ,
U2.V/W05 ; cows. Ijulls and mixed. ll.Wtt4.OU ;
Texan" . I IHWI.IZ.
llo s'--Iiii.iies' | was njralnnctlve. with prime
heavy ho-s iiclvnnclir. alM > nt .V , selling within
aianze of * i.iV34.4i. : laijroly nt $1.40. Lldit
mixed. iitsoited Unlit and p.icklntf ( trades un
derwent llttlo or no change. selling between
JI.WatKl ! ! . : ) . SlnjiuI ! li Mild lit t J QI. : . At
the close thi' Kcncral mat hut wan weak and
Mime lot" of prlmo heavy sold 5c lower than at
April 4. Cattle Itccolpta , 7..VK ) ;
shipment" . ; market ninro net IIP. strong
ami lilpliet ; natives. { .I50&I sO ; stockers , { - ' . ' . ' , " >
< 2.'l IB ; Toxini" . 1 K/ii-'t .VI.
Hops Iterelpts. KI.OOO ; market nptlvowllha
sIlKht advance earlv. lint clo od weak ; paek-
eis and shippers , JKlrtfM.ll'i ; light. mixed nnd
'elected heavy. * I.25IU 45 ; skills and selected
heavy. M IOBi.r'i. : ! '
Hie.cp Ieeoljits ( , 5.0.10 ; market ahout steady ;
western" J.I loao.so ; Texans , } I..V > 2. > .Mj ) Inmhs ,
111.7(10(1 ( ( K ! > J.
KANSAS CITV , Api II 4. Caltlo Itecelpts ,
2.MNI ; mail.et active and strong ; steerJO ) ! ®
4.1lockers ) and feeders , . ' . .WKS.7U ] ; cows.
' '
.
Hugs Ilecelpls , 1,490 ; maikct higher ; nil
grades. J4.oViJi.l7
Micop Itocelpts , 1.400 ; inatket steady good
toehiifci' lambs , f IMJU.M ; sloekeis nnd feed-
ei s. f.100 < 35.25.
ST. Lot-is. April 4. - Cattle-lteeelpK < 00 ;
market Minns ; fair to fancy native steers ,
l.l.4tf ( I.M : stockcrs and feeders. } . ' . ld.1..Vt.
HogItccclpts , 5,000 ; iiiarKulstionjui ; light ,
MoOfi'4.15 ; heavy , JI.I.V2I.25 ; packing , * I.1U
( U4-.U
Ci.NtiNxvri , April 4. Wheat rinn ; No. 2
red.Mi.flMr.
Corn -I'll in : No.S mixed. rC'J'TVnc. '
Oals-riim ; No. 'J nil.xed , 24 > i&25Uc.
\Vhlsky-JI.U2.
Sioux CITV. la. . April 4. Cattle Kccelpts ,
300 ; shipment- ; slow.
Hogs liceolpls , 1.2UO ; stions and 2Jc ! higher
at 14.00 < B4.1U.
OMAHA LIVE STOCK.
Cattle.
I'rlday , Apt II 4.
Estimated receipts of cattle SX ) , compaied
with l.IIWycslcidayand l.HU last I'lUlay. The
111:11 : Let opened eaily and active at an nilviincu
lids iiminlng. Moors took. 11 decided up tui n.
The limited iceelpK joined with good weather
and favoiahle ud v lees ftoni Chicago , allowe.l
sellus to Inch up iiulto a little , quite
u nnmliei of sales helna lepjrteil nt lOo ubovo
je-teidaj's sales. Sonic steers that yester
day onlj S.IS5 wns ofloicd for weio ohl to
day at ' .t.'il. The loss desirable glades
we'ie not finite as stiong. tint vvoiu ciilte |
as active. The steer maikct may li. quoted
active wllli all sold at an advance of . ' > _ to llV.
I.e than a ( loen loads of cons weic leeelv ed ,
not cnoiigii toupply the ( Irni.uicl. The qual
ity was tronerall } p KII , lint the pilces ruled so
Hfin that not a few - . .lieveio made nt of
above MOO. several sil"lielnij as high at ! . - " .
-ome we-tein < < ) > sold at J..MI. The eon-
weie all picked up e-uly. The lecelptsof
fiuliis w < > ie lllii-i.il. hnl the demand more
than met the lerclpleons"iiieiilly | juices
inlid haul. Almo-t any u'ond amount for
feeding hiotr.ht il.LV&'I'iJ. Hulls uiu Uim uiiil
calvi's iincliangctl.
1 1 o ; : * .
n-tmated ! leeelpts of hogs 2.200. compared
w 1th : t.ils : ycsteiday and I.IITJ last rrldiiy. The
m.nket opened aetlvn with fic-h meat men
lilddhu : .V higher. The paekliu ; housu buj -
eis-oim ial-i > d theli bids a nickel and all
changid hands on a very active maikct nt the
advance. The avi-inge price paid for hogs was
JI.Os'j , enmiMieil will ) H Ol'i justurtluy and
S4 07 last 1'iJduy. _
nstlmatert iccelpts ofhcep ItSTifl. compared
vvlthXiU ji'stciday anil none last Pi Iday. The
icceliit- good muttons do not meet the de-
in.inil and prices nile Him. Thiee bunches of
line ! corn-fed vve-terns sold at Jo.40.
1'rcvuiliiiK Prices.
The following I- a table of prices jiald In
this market foi thcgiadesof stock mentioned :
I'rlmc steerI'luo to K.O lifts . . . .f.l..ri ( ? ? , ( ft
( lood stcoili'.JIo I4MI ms . : i..ru i.4"i )
( > oed steers. HIM to I PD Bis . ILIi'i CVI..Ci
Common 1000 to 11VJ lb steeis . 2.U ! f-l..V ( >
Common cannets 1.00
Oidlnniy to fal cow- ] . ( fl fii"i :
rah to good co - t..X ) ( Tii'-n
( lood toeholeoeows a.S ) F'.IUO
Cliolcc to fancy eons
I"iili to good bulls 1.7.'i
Choice to fancy bull- 2.V )
Light -lockers and fcedcis 2. . " > T
IVcdcr'CiOto I SO ) ffM.Wi
I'll Ir to choice light ho.- . 4.l-J'i ( ' jl.l' " ' ,
Pair to choice heavy ho.- . 4 ft'i f4.10 ?
Tali to choice mixed hogs . 4.0J & 4.10
Cdinpariitlvo Tallies' ,
The following tables show the lange In
pi Ices on lujgs timing this and last neck :
KC ol' I'rlccs lions' .
The following tiiblp show sthuraiiRO of pi Ices
piild for lie s :
l.lBlit anil iiifilliliil ho-'s . tl.pi'l'iLI.K'l ' '
lionil torliolcu niKi'il lin/s . I.IL'iiiUl.lu
Avoriifjo 1'i'luo of
Show Ini ; the avor.i'io pplco paid for loads of
lines on the diiyj Indicated In 1 7 , Itw , IMU and
t and Ijjvvest SiliM of
Today Yestorduy
Highest. . II I2'J Illi-liMt . tl 074
l.oucst 4 ITJ1 } I.IIUL-.I . li UJ
Stock llcucljits' .
Oillclal Vcstciilay K-iliiiati'il Today
faultU cin-s | . ; irei fivttio . . 40 car-i KW
llocs . ffl car.Uli llo-s . . . . ; ri L-ats S.'iO
blu'cji . . . 4 cars UV ) Sliivji. . . . b car * l..V )
DNjiosltlon of Stock.
Pliovvlns the niiinbur of cnttlu , lioss nnd
hlit i'i | liniiKlit by thupaolvurl and Icudlni ; buy-
i-rson today's inailct. ;
i'\Tri.E.
llnvrn Xo.
wlft A Co . . : wj
licoii. ! ' II. Iliiiiiinond .V I'D . ic >
Tht < Aiiiioiu-t'iuliiliy I'ackln ? company. . , 107
l.ct > llotli > chlld . ir *
Iliiiiillton A Mcplion . hi
licnton X Uiidonvood . 1 %
Shippers . . . . . . . ; t < fi
( jtinc. & VaiiNuil . ill
llcckc < r& Dvgi'ii . IM
nous.
The Arinoiir-Oiidiiliy 1'acklngCa . 675
Omnha I'licUlngl'o . 1. 10
ttlft A , I'o . 601
Ccortco U. Jlaiiiiiiund A. Co . , DTa
MILtl' .
Sttlft. Co . IIS
Ariiionr-Cnduhy 1'ackltn ; C'o . l.vi
Ueo. II. lltiniinond I'licliliij ; Co . 117
Hull's.
STEUII8
No. Av I'r. .N'o , Ay IV.
1 I'.TO 3 00 J8 1KV ! II 75
4 IH15 a a V . IOU I ) 75
4 012 360 14 1221 n75
< o tier a r > 7'j ' in nn.i : i H )
B i2rrt : i m 40 luw .1
ns . . inw nm so uri : nfl
M . . iiiir. : iui mi. . . IIM are
ai . KUV'I ; i i m . iart , .no
? ' . 1112 'Il i5 SO . 1247400
7 . i'jr.7 : im M . MM 4 no
6 . ho : ir.-i : n . NSTI 4 w
si. . .i . 010 .ins n . \m \ 4 on
n. . im : ir,7'j , 41 . KNI 4 Wj
21 . mvi : i 70 : si . i 7 4 10
i > . itt/i : i TO si . ism 410
7 . iia ( IKS ir , . vm 4 12'i '
lj . 1101 U73 111 . 1351 4 IS
cows.
fl . f& ' > 200 1ft . lira 2 < Vi
1 . KEO ' 'OO n . tr. 7 275
I . IK/I 2(0 ( 12 . HKVS 'J 75
' ! . l ( Vi . ' ) 0. . . . till BM
! l . IfKl 2'i'i 2 . UVi ' . ' .Vi
7 . SI1 2ri F . 11(1) ) Slfi
I . . . . . tO ) 2 BS 'I . KKfl il ( II
' . . 11.11 240 12 . 1147 IlliO
i . low a no i . trjo arm
i . t'lo ' 2 MI i . nai : iin (
1 . MO 200 1 . 1'170 325
4 . ma a 115 i . mn 35 !
14 . 1013 2C.-I 1 . 1200 325
HUM. ' ' .
1 . 1000 175 1 . 1.ViO 2M
i . i : . * * ) 2 ( K ) : i . 107:1 : a.vi
i . iw : ) arti a . ixn are
1 . 1420 2 20 1 . lf.70 2M
1 . wo a S3 n . i4vi a o
: i . 1477 2 : io j . i7io ( : ' no
t . 14(0 ( sn : i . 1270 a 15
2 . IKO : 2a"i .
I . S70 325 4 . S40 340
a . UN ) : ias 15 . TI : i 40
17 . liri" . : i33 W. . , . . , . . . . UK ! . ' 140
ii . sin ; i ; i3 r. . MB : i 40
ui . 1147 : i 40 4 . ; 7'i'i : i 40
1 . 7 340 Ci ! . fc70 360
IIIMFIIIH.
1 . MO 240 2 . & 15 3a >
3 . cu a 75
. TOCKiita. :
7 . r.17 310 ill . CCI 330
14 . ( , ' .7 320
(
1 . 040 123 1 . $03 160
oxn.v.
1 . 1020 32.- ) 2 . 1775 3M
STAflS.
11 . 14M 325
) COWS ANIi'llHIIT.ItS.
22 . ( Y.I 225
wr.Tiiiv : cATTi.n.
No. Av. 1'r.
M C0 t . 7k"i ( 200
noes.
No. Av. Ph. IV. No. Av. Ph. I'r.
o.rro : . . 4 oo t/i. . . . a i..iati. 4 o7'j
10 . . 'Ill . . 4 HO K.aT3. ! . . . .SO. .4 ( I7'i
5. . . : ai . , .4 ) 6i..aMi..i(4i. ( 4 07'f
o . : i 4 oo 65..a4o. . . . MJ. 4 10
11. . . : ! . Nl. I 00 d . . .222. . . . . .4 10
yi . . : m 120 4 oo ci . . .223 . . . so 4 10
r. . . . 2.V1 .400 67..a72. . . - 410
7 . . ! H1 . .4 00 ft-.aiH. . . . NI..4 10
S'l..l ' < 0 . 40 .4 02' ' ; 4(1 ( . . .LW. . . . 40 4 10
6 > l. . . 2ft'l . 200 .4 (15 M..V,7. , . . . 4 10
K ! . . .275 . 120. .4 05 lil..2.i . . .120. .4 10
V . . 'iV. . bO 4 0.- . OS . . . "lU. . , . . 4 10
0. . . : i75. . 4 ( W M . .24V. . . 410
04 . 221) . KiO 4 (15 77. . . . 2117. . . . b3 4 10
W. . .251. . 240 .4 07' J r.227. . . . . .4 10
04 . .25M. . N ) 4 07' ' i 60 . . .I'H. , . . . .4 10
57 . . .2 < 1. . 40. .4 07"i ( X ) . . 240 . . . HI 4 10
W . . .2:10. : . 4U..4 O7'i 75. . . ' 'Oli. . . . M..4 10
35 . . . ! ! . . 4 07' } 24..2Ti. . . . 4 10
.VI. . . 270 I.1 ! ) 4 07' i 70. . . . 201. . . . 40 I 10
111. . 2M 120 4 07' i Ml . .205. . . HI. . 4 10
G5..2U ( . . 4 07' ' 5 T8..aSl. . . . . .4 12' ' ,
MIF.RP.
No. Av IV.
117 vvpstorn wethers . Klfl J5 40
I4S vvostcin vvcthui-s . 131 ! 540
163 west vi \vothcm . 13U ft 40
On tin ; Market \vltli KIioop.
I. . T. StocKvvoll. A. It. Olhson , Mu'lton.
On tlio rarkctvitli Cuttle.
T ) . J. ( iati-a. Alhlon : C. Schncldci. Hnydcr ;
1' . C. Hllss. llovu'Ils ; Ij. II. Micpaid .S. Co. . M.
.T , Ilinrlic * . West I'olnl ; I'ciiyA. I'insh. Mead ;
I. . I'hainhcrs. llarllctt. la. : J.s. . Ycaton.
Lyons ; Piud Ivclliy. Illcncoc. In ; I , . W.
I'lontv , Council Illnlfs. la. ; N. W. Knapi ) .
T. A.llovt. Cedar Illiills , , | | | , lutl ! r. Cii" > -
ton. In. : II.CooU. I'liilcruimd. la ; It. C ( ) ! d-
hain , ( leaver city ; John I'nolc. li lianon ; ,1. II.
llolincs , llmdlcy ; S. M. I'lcisoii. * < tritton : ; II.
Mcl'hec. Killsoii : .1. II. Danchcy. Moorclleld ;
A. llaltcr. Ijlncoln : O. .1. Iliimn. i\ctur : ; 1 * . M.
Sacl.utt. Alhlon ; A..I.dinis : , lli.id'-hinv : .1.
I' . Tax lor. Ashton ; .1. OiahOH , Urctna ; J.It.
AltcrIiio. . , Lo an. I'lah.
On the Market With lings.
J. Q Johnston , OaK : C. Schneider , nydci ;
Phcpliinl .V It. . Tlhleii ; WIIKCIS A , Doyle.
O'Neill : Colinrn. Hill .1 S. , AtKlnson : C. P.
Ilin eh. McConl Junction : Clink lleatnn
Co.cslon : J. A II. . OcnlallaV. : . DvvniaU.
VeidlKtlsr J. I , . Pnckaid ; I'lelahton : P. i : .
Olllutt. John Thlcl. Alnsuoilli ; .1. Hasllc.
Panama ; J. II. Iliitlci , Cioston. la. ;
II. Cool , . PniU'ivvood. la. ; li. C. Old-
hain. Ileiivei Cltv ; II K. t'mleivvoop , Danliury ;
Anderson Itros.VIlsoiivlllc ; L' . \ . II. assocla-
tlon , Camliildsi" l > . Mcl'liec , KdKon : K. H.
Case , Atlanta : J. 11. Deeds , Kuaincy ; Knaiip
iVy. , Ithiica : P. M. SacUett. Iloonp ; 11. Knci-
son , Ccdai' Kaplds ; i-ainnel McClcncsaii , Vul-
ley ; N. Sacquot. Mcina ; John II. Oladc. An-
selnio : J. P. Taj lur , Ashton : Landers \ ( iiotv.
I.onp Cltv ; II. Illiiiner. Chalco ; P. Tlerncy ,
llioKcn Bow ; ( jcorsie II. J.oiicks , llanscn ; J. C.
Itnda ; Davis \ . Cunningham ,
Tabor , la. _
Market Mention.
John Pond wont to Chicago } csterdiiy.
The iallio.ul coiiiinlUee o4 the live stock c\-
rhaiiKe Is still at work upon th"ds | 'ilmlnatlon
In Lltcs. Thus fin the It. A. Jl has icdnced
thcli rales at live dllTeient points * 4 per cm.
and the Mlssoiiel Paclllc at sliiolnts JJ per
ear. This will make a blj ; dlireionce with tlio
shlppeis and vs III tend to Ineie.ise the itcelpts
of siocl , fioin those points.
John II. W hlte of White. \ Boil's company of
' alt . : ) > ( 'lty. Ptah. one of the laiircst sheep
( lealeis and lalseis In the Itocky Mountains ,
was at theyaids.
Jl. T. Mason of the .lames II. Campholl eoin-
inlsslnn linn , stalled last evening for Chey
enne , Wvo. , to ii'shle.
D. J. Gates of Albion had hess on market.
] ' . C. Illlssone. one of the best pationsof tlio
yards , hion ht In two cars of cattle.
Wage" & Doyle marketed IIORS fiom How-
ells.
.1. II. Thiueliy bioiiKht In two caisof cattle
fiom Mouielleld.
Hem y Cook , a veteran shipper , was In with
twoeaisof eattle.
Pied Kelley , u icjinlai Iowa shlppei.had two
eaisof cattle In fiom Llttlo Slonv.
/ . I ) . Yeaton of Lyons , a piomlnent cattlo-
tiian. was In with cattle.
L. \Vniren niiiiketed cattlu fiom Albion.
Piesldent J. W Stoeker and Pecrrtaiy John
WlttKlns have Issued the fullowlnt ; notice :
"Tin1 rt'tiiiluriiii'i'llin : of the Nehi.i'ka Live
Mock Hilppeis association , called foi Apill tl ,
1VKI ! , at the K\chaii O hotel. Miuih ( linaha
Neb , Is lieieby jioitpDnud until Julj 0 , 1M J ,
same plaeo. "
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKETS.
Produce.
rr.o < ; Ptilelly fiesb. 11(5.11' ( ' , c ; cold stoi.ise ,
pleklcd , limed , suited , not wanted at any
pi lee.
I'nn.Tiiv Tuikuj-i , diessed , faney diy
picked , R'fftlMo ; tnikejs. live , pei Ib , t > e ;
chickens , fancy , linrr.llc ; chickens , choice , 7fo (
| l.i'hlekens. live. do . , * l.K ( ij. l..10j.'eese ; , ill esscd ,
fancy , Kkjillc ; ecse diessed , eholec. t"S10c ;
iriH'so. live , doW.OO (7.Hl ( ( ; thicks , diessed ,
fancy , lie ; duck" , choice. tl'jIOf : ducks , llvo ,
do * . . tiM'M oo : plxt'tms do$1 ( inittl.25.
( * VIH Jack snipe , fl.ooi/l.'J5 ; golden plover ,
tl.l ( ( tl.23 ; liinllunl ducks , $2.KVi72.75 ; cnnviis-
li.iek ducks , . ( KvyiUHj ; led-liead ducks , do/ . .
! .UO > ir2M ; teal ducks , do/ . . 11.25' } I 50 ; inUtil
ducks , doz. , tl.Oiriil.'i'i : ceese , Canada , f l.ooa
4 M ; coese , Niiiull. K Mb 1 00.
JUl'l.f. SL'Uii-l'er Ib , Il'il2'-c.
I'HKiinK-l'or Ib. full cicain YoniiK America ,
ll'ic ; full cream twins , lu'.e ; full eieam Ohio
.sulss , H'.r ; full eieam AVNconsIn Swiss , H'c Klc ;
full cioain brluk , Klc ; full eieani llmbuiger
f-Wlss , l.lc.
IOMV | : IVT'lOe nerlb : strained. Oc.
Om.Miis-l'er : box , Plorlda btli-'lits. $ .1,7.1 ;
Mosslnn . M25 ; California fancy nuvals.jl.liO ;
Los Angeles1 ; , ; ; secdlliiKs , Hlvcislrte , M2.Vifl
: \.M \ ; mouiitalii , JJ.OU ; In llvoboloth 25u MCI
boIt ss.
I'IM. UM'l.KS I'cr doJI.OOW4 00.
( Til vwnutltlKsPei ijt. . \ > li7.1. ' .
Cllillll Pel bbl. rellned. M 50 ; half bbl , : i 60 j
haul cider , pure , per bid , } VOO ; orange eider ,
half bbls. S7.UI ; iicai elder , half bbU , K.lXl.
MIMI : MITt : tildv hoi ib.
Livio.sPer : box , Mo&slnu fancy , M.OOiai.50 ;
Vcrdclll. BiMitl , . ' .00.
ItA.NANAbPer bunch } | .0n < a2.50.
lll'TTi.11Cioamcry , fancy lolls , prints. 245J
2.V ; cieamerj , fancy solid packed , 2Mi2ie : :
crcanioij , choice , I' ' j.22c' dairy , fancy rolls
and prints , Is&'Oc ; dairy , fancy solid packed ,
liQIIVt dally , choice , lAUiric ; country roll ,
fancy , lli&isc ; choice , iaufl3e ; country toll ,
good , IV lOc ; countiy mil , fair , 74j,5o ; poor
stock , : > it.'M' .
HONKS ( Quotations me fur delivery In Chl-
rnsol. Dry buffalo jier Ion , Jld.iXiTjlNOO ; dry
conntri. bleached. flo.onHl.t.00 ; dry country ,
damp and meaty. ( . .UKlu.oo.
VMIKTAIII.KS.OldSnoot potatoes , fancy
Museatlnu , per bbl tlOO : onions , extra fancy ,
per bbl , JI..V ) : onions , fair , per bbl , t..M ; ruta
bagas per bill , M.W ; carrots , per bhl , f..oo ;
parsnips , per bbl , KM : beets , jicr bbl , $2.UO ;
liorso rail lib roots , per bbl , tlM ; liorso ladlsli
roots , per lu. To ; telerj roots , per bbl , W.OOj
celery roots , per doCOo. .
PiiKsblivis : MtlOo per Ib.
JKI.UIN Kepei ) | li.
DIIK.S.-III : Vh\i-cholco mrdliitn , 77lio ;
Kht , 'iiCGc. hcuv y , .iCelo.
Arrixs Per lilil. ( Joiilton-i. H.OO ; Willow
vsl . | .M : lien Davis , H.Wi Itomunltc , ! I.W.
Li > biin : : On. Mo.
Coct\ > t'in Per hundred. W.75.
i.eiMedium , per bbl , tVHJs small. Ifl-'O :
lns , 17. W. C & . 11 chow cliun , iH | , fi.N' . ;
'
- I'cr bu , fancy , J5c , cuolcce > 2aOc.
pelt . , . drv. perlb.oiaito ; tallow. No. . 1,3'i ' < 34e ;
No. 2 , : il ® 'i1i'-'i ' grcnso , wlilto.a'fa4c ! yellow ,
llRAss-Itand picked navvvl.Vai.fiO ; hand
picked navv. medium. il.40ffllloj hniiil picked
country , * iw H.40i good deafi , tlj.V31.Su.
Ari'Lb lli-TTr.ii-l'cr Ib , & & 7c.
Dry <
Iiitovvs coTTON-Athuitlrt A. 7' < e : Atlantic
II , 7c : Atlantic 1) . G , e : AtlunUo r. ( . " , Aurora
C , 4'jot Huek's Head. G'c ( ; CavotV. . G'Sc : Dar
lington. O'i0 ! runnels' No. 1. V 4'io : Atlantic
l.LVOc , Aurora II , G o : AiiMrA It. GVc : Arrow
brand. CMC : Alia" , O N II. . ' , o ; Clileasaw A 11.
G'c : Cheese cloth. 4o ; J'llftjm 1 I. B'U1 ! i't'p-
porell 1C. fl o : ropperell i.4tMneli,7'4c : ; Lang-
lion O II , Poi Cast Iron. ? lc. . . . .
llt.r.M'lu'.i ) COTTONS llerkeloy cnmbrle. No.
r4 u iirMiiii t t- i iIM * - § i * Miivi nt 11 in
RHarvest. : . 0 0 ! llopo. T'iot ' Housekeeper ,
fc'to ; King 1'hllllpcnmbrle , loc ; Lnngdon tl II.
! ic ; I.oiisdnlc. H'jo ; Ixmstlalo cuiubrlc , lOc ;
New York mills , lie.
HllRKTI.MIT AMI 1'ILLOW-C * IN(1S llrtlWtl
I'epperell , 45-ln. lOcj ropperoll. S-4. Isc ; rep
perell. 0-4.20e : 1'eppetell , 10-4.22c : lloston. 5-4 ,
12'io ' ; Iloston. 8-4 , 200 ; lloston. U-l.22'5o ' ; Hos-
ton. 10-4 , 25c : rtle.i. 4s-ln. IV : ft lea , .Vs-ln.
li'ie ; tJtlca. 7s-ln. 2k' ! ftlea. sfi-in , 2ie ( : Utlca.
HO-In. SS'ji' . Illeaolied-l'opperell. 42-ln. lOe ;
I'epperell. ' 4Mn. ( lie : ] 'epioiell ) , ( , -4.14'c ; I'ep-
petell. fc-4 , 20c : I'oppcioll. 0-4. iV ; repperell ,
10-4,2lc ; lloston. 5-4. I4c ; lloston. f-l. 22e : Hos-
ton.0-4 , 25e : lloston , 10-4 , 27'c ' : Utlca , fc-4 , 2le ;
Utlca , 0-4Sto ; rtlen,10-4,2s'e.
( Ji.NOiM.MS1 Amoskeiig. ( i'e ' : Amoslteap.
dross , Mc ! Ilnti'S , ( ! ' , \Vaiwlck : , dress , s'jc :
Lancaster , fi'4c : Oleimlro , 1.1,0 ; Whltenton.
dioss.s',0 ! Yolk I'livorlta. dtoss , S'c ' ; Cal
cutta , tltt'ss , so ; Norniandle , dress t-o ; Leleos-
tor , dress , ( ic.
I'litST.s Martha Washington. 0 : Amerlcnn :
fi'ic ; Arnold. ( > ' 4c ; Arnold II long cloth. lOc ,
American. Idc ; Stlfel A. 12rAnianii ; A. I2e ;
Merrlmack'.IOc : Uold leaf li'c ' : ( iold ticket.
. 'j ' ( junior , To ; Crulleld , blo ; ller-
MI i IITI.NO. CIII.CKS Invincible. 5'jciln vinci
ble , XX , fi'ic ; Crawford. K' : Otis , f'Je ; noniin-
m.v. H'c ; I'liik , IdO's , Mo ; Cafedonl.i X , ti'.c ' ;
Caledonia XX. 10'sC.
CIIIVOITT : Wlniieeonnet , 7'5c ' : Whlttenton ,
7J4c ; ytnter.fcc : Amoskeag. stripes. H'je : Amos-
kcag. I'lalds , IPe : sea Island , bk'f'd , llije ; sen
Me Iik'f'd. 12'c ' : Kdlnbiirg.'V. '
Tit KINGS Oakland , A , tv8e : Oakland. O. "e ;
Amoskeag. AC A. I I'C ! llerwlck , hook fold sa
teen , IK ; ; Hannah , bookfold sateen , 14c ; War-
ten , bookfold sateen , Hie ; Norwood , bookfold
sateen , ll'ic : Cordls No. u. O'jc ; Coidls No. 4 ,
10'jc ' ; Coitlls. A C H , IDVSc ; Cordls , K 1'fey ,
M' ' e ; Coidls. 120 fey , ) ' , ;
COTTON-AUKS York Nankin. Ifl'-e : nvcrett.S
07. IKO ; r.lglti. Solie ; Tlat ItocK , toisc ;
Lowlston , 10 07 , 22'ic ' : Wtnklngman's. lie ;
Tradesiiian's , 14e ; Corks"row Cashmere , 22' ' o.
CliAsn Movons' 11. 10 In. .Ve ; Stevens' D , IS
In , Go ; Stevens * A. IB In , To , Stevens' I' . 1s In ,
7V'j Stevens' M. IS In , 6V : Stevens' N. 21) ) Iji.
Me : Stevens' NN , 22 In , O'J. ' . ' , Stevens' SHT , 20
In ll'jc ; bleached , Icoxtra.
DfcMvis Amoskeag , Oo ? . 10"e ; Yorkcamlet ,
12v" Kverctt , standard. IJ'ic ; Andover , 12c :
roiester. 11 C. 12'c ; llav maker's , 7'ic ' : Old
York , XX , 10'Jo ' : Old York. XXX. 12c ; Law-
rente. 2.10. 11'K'pLaw ren'e.22i ) . HIV , Law ronco.
0 fi7,15ej fanov stripes and cheeks , ll'ic. '
Grocer ! t' .
DniKi ) rnuiT Currants , new , C' c ; prunes ,
casks , l.yuo Itis , fie1 ; prunes , hhls or bags , oi4c :
i.ilsln cinctl , s'JftU'jo ' ' ; oltion pool , drums. 20
fi > s. 220 ; lemon ] ) "el , drums , isc : faid dates ,
turn's. 12 I * " , tic : apilcots. choice evaporated ,
Lie ; apilcots , jcllv cuiod 25 tt. boxes. Idc ;
iipileots , fancy. 2.1 tt > boxes UJo ; apples , vholce
evaporated. Ho ; apples , pi line now,8"c ; llg- ,
layei. 10 pei cent talc. I J'c ' ; in s.icks , 7e ; 1'ci-
sliin datesTo ; ' alt LuLu apples , .l c ; black-
ben It's , evapoiated. .V ) n > boxes , .V. o ; cheirles ,
pitted , diy fined , lie : poaches , paiod , fnne.v ,
| sc : choice , lik" salt Lake , 7c : pitted plums ,
Cal 21 Ib boxes. s'.TXl'io ' , rnspbei ties , ev.ip. .
N. Y . now , 2s'o ; plant's K. c. ui-'o , uitO'if ;
oi.ingc jiot'l , l.lci liilsins , ( nllfoinla London
eiop l.s.s'1. iZ 40 ; Cal. loose muscatels , ciop 1S > H.
$200 ; Yalenclas. Issc } c ; Vnlenelas , new ,
S'se ' ; Cal. seedless sks. . 7ac ; Ondura lavci.
novv. lOUe ; titled Kiapos , 4c ; prunclles , new.
. Goons I'i ults Cnllfornla standaid
biands , 2'-III. ' per -tApilcots , $ I.70'l.l.Vi ;
apilcots. pie fruit , f 1.50 ; gsillons H."iO : black-
bei i Ics , K.2T. ; chei I lebl.ii k. $2.00ffW.2 : > ; chei-
ilcs. white. HXfylM ; grapes , Sl.bVTjil M ; peal- .
Ilai tlctt. 8.llffiS ( i ; pe.-uhc , . yellow , $ -.MOfl2.2.- ;
peaches , lemon cling , W (0 : plums , egg. tt fi.VTj
1.SO ; plums , golden drops. tl.sO ; iilu'ingicen
gaues , il.i.'i 'l.f-O ; peaches , with pits In , Jl.ui ;
cm i ants ij ; ) ; goo el'errlcs. $ . ' .2.1 ; qulnci- .
} . ' 10 ; i ispbenies , $2 > 0 ; stiawberilcs. J2.'fl ;
pe.icht's .l-lli eastern standaulI.s. . " > ; H-lb pie ,
Jl 10 ; ( J-lb pie , J--ftl ; gallon plu , $ .100 ; apples ,
high standaicls , } JCi ( ; 2-11) goosobeirlcs.We ;
2-lb stiuvvberries. HUflDV1 ! 2-lb laspbcirle- ,
tl.OHfa-lhblui'lieiiles. MxaiOc ; 2-lb blackbei-
ilcs C.VT'7.V ; 2-lb st i aw bcriles. preserved. $1 > 0 ;
4il.VI ; cheiiles. 2-lb red , Ilaltlmorc ,
penis. 2-lh , Sl.ItO ,
ViOKTiiiUs Tomatoes 3 B extra. ? I.OO ; : i It.
standaid. wcstcin biands , ( KXSV ! > c ; gallons ,
stilctly standaid. J2.1H. Corn I'lne-t grown.
fl.WI ; gllt-cdgcd sugar corn , vciy line. 'Jl.M ;
choice 2 III siiaai corn. $1 ' . ' 0 ; 2 Hi extia. west
ern brands. Kii ifl.'K ' ) ; 2 Hi standaid , wc-tern
brandiUGi'O' . Mushrooms 1 111 rrench ,
extra line,22ifi'2.c ; 1 Ib ricnch. fine. iwil22c ; 1
Ih 1'icnch , ordinary , ll'rftlsc. 1'cas Tres tine ,
per can. 2. > c ; dcml line , per can , ICc ; 2 Hi. sifted ,
fl.OO ; 2 Hi early June. ! l.2.Wl.'ti ; 2 Ib Mairow.
standard liinml. Jl III ; 2 Ib soaked , , " > 7c. Strlni :
Hcans 2 Ib high giade. Itefncce. SV ; 211)
( iolden Wax beans , 7."ie ; 2 Ib string beans. 70c.
Lima lleans-2 Ib soaked , 7. > c. Do ton linked
llcans .lib R-wls. SU.'i ; clown biaml. * 1. . " > 0 ,
Swcit potatoes11) : ! ) New Jersey. Jl.tiO. Pomp-
kin : ! Ib new immpkln. f I.O'J. ' Okrn and tomn-
toes. tlUl ; Okia. Jl.Wl ; succotash , $1.20.
I'lsn C odlMi , extra Ueoiges , new. .Vie ;
grand bank. new. 4'c ' ; sl\ur. | 2 Ib , blocks.
dc ; snow while. 2 11) bilcks , new 7'2 ' ; Tin key
cod , laigomiildle- , bilckS' c ; snow white
ei'ites , I2-"i II ) , boxes , 7Jic ; Iceland halibut.
Hi. ' ; medium sealed hci ring. 2.c ; No. 1 sealed
heirJng , trie ; domestic llollan < l herring. V > c ;
llnmbuig spieid herring SIM ; Unsslanai -
dlncs , 7"c : Itussliui sardines , nlaln .Vie ; Im
ported Holland herilng. Ciown brand , bOc ; do ,
fancy mllkeis UJc ; macliciul. No. 1 shoic , half
bbls , f I.I (10 ( ; bloatci-s. half bills , SIS.OO ; whlte-
llsh , half bbls , twit tiont , half hblW > 0 ;
family whltelish. * ltt ) ; salmon , fs VI ; 1 Ib
mackeiel ( hi I llntfi. il.K ( > > i.l.lO ; 1 Ib llnnan luid-
illuh. ( I.7A ; 1 Ib lob-ters. j..ir.UJ.2"i ; lib Alaska
salmon. Aleut , il.fiO ; 2 Ib oysters , 10 oJ1.'V ' > ;
1 Ib oj-tcis , ; > o . 51. II ; ' 'Ib select , 12 oWT > ;
I Ib clams , little necks , < | .2.-i ; 2 Ib clams , little
neeKs.W.ll ) ; 'i ' llisaidlni s , Imported , pcrca-c.
lUOs.il.iKKrU.iiil | ; 'lib saidlncs. Impoitcd per
case. 100s. ifl.loirtuUdOj ' , Ib Imported boneless
sardines , 20c ; 'i Ib sinillnes. American , pci
H s , I'lench sijlc. * I.V)5ioa ; 's II ) sardines.
AIIICI lean , per case , IOOI'lench style , J7..VU6
MHi ; 'i 11)aidlnes , mustard , per case , M- ,
J.I.7.V2.1.UO ; Imported key saidlnc * . KIOJ.
Soul I'kgs , ft ) Ibs to bux. ri'iiWic.
NUTS Almonds , IV ; Hi.ufls. 14c ; fllbcits ,
VJ'jc ' ; pecans , lie ; walnuts , U'jc ; peanut cock- ,
be ; masted , lie ; Tennessee peanuts , 7c.
DllL'ils ( Gioccis'i 1'ei Ib llorax , lie ; cop-
| ) eias , 2' ' jc ; Hay leaves , He ; glue , lllet cpsom
salts , 4e < glailbcr salts. > ' ! c ; hiilphnr. 2'ic ' ; blue
vltrol. t > " ; alum , 4c ; tartarlo acid , 42c ; losln ,
2c ; saltpetic. absolutely pure. lOc ; gum cam
phor. 2 Ibs In box. 1 oz cakes. : : V ; hops i < and
'ilb ' packages. 2Uc , sage. ' , and 'j ' Ib pack
ages , iv- ; madder , lie ; saltpetie , lOc ; Indigo ,
: i-lb and ft-lh boxes , S I' , uva.7ic ) ; Indigo. : i-lb
and . 'i-lb boxes , MadiN. 7.V > ; scaling wax. BS-lb
boxes , led , ; i'iu ' ; scaling wax , 25-lb boxes ,
while. 4c.
CIN.MII : .MK1TS-1 Hi lunch tongue. $ , ' .75 ; 1 Hi
lunch tongue. 14.75 ; 1 Ib coined bcuf. $1.20 ; 2 Ib
coined beef , JJ.n.'i ; ( i Ib cinned hccf. $1.50 ; 14 Ib
coined beef , f 14.00 ; 2 Ib boneless pigs feet ,
. ' .20 : 1 Ib Knullsh brawn. tl.m2l : ; ! > Kligllsli
biav/n , t-.n : U II ) English brawn , $ d..V ) ; 1 Ib
compicsscd hnm. * 1 75 : 2 Ib comprcssvil ham ,
} . ' 75 : 1 11) ) chipped b 'cf. J..uo.
soil's Castile , mottlelf pei Ib. tVSIOc ; do
wlilte , ner II ) , I2e. -
ItHOOMs-l'arlor. 4 tie , J..7" > ; 3 tlr , } . ' .25j
stalilcs , fj.s.l : common. J 1.503/1.75.
Corov ' , Ib tin 4iie per Ib.
Ciiiii'oi. ITI : 226U5o p i'lb ; German chicory ,
ud.b'.c. ' . j i
SM.SOHI nbls , 1 = , ; BKinulatfd ; 1' c ; kegs
C < U-HK : lloasted Arbnukle's Arloa.25s1 ;
McLaimhlln's \ \ , 25j > c ; German.25Jle ;
Dllworth. 25 > , c ; Alaioma , - > ' , c ; bulk. 25V.
Corfu ) : Giccn-rancy old golden Hlu. 25o ;
fancy old pcaberry , 2.V ; lllo , choice to fancy ,
24c ; lilo. prime , Xl' ' c ; IHo. good , 22c ; Mocha ,
21k. : Java , genuine. O. ( J. , 2t > o ; Java , good In
terior , 24e ; Afilcan. 22o <
Cut loaf , So ; out loaf cubes , 7'
standnid , powdcicd. 7'u ; XXXX povulcrcd ,
be ; granulated , standard , tt. ' < 8.7o ; confection
ers. A , OSes wldto extra C. O'icj ' extra C , Neb ,
be ; amber. f > \'c.
HDI-K Ilasls Manilla rope , 15o ; sisal rope ,
12' , c ; cotton rope , l c ; MOV , process b'.e. '
COTTON TVVINKIilnb , very fine. U or 4 ply ,
S2c ; line , 20c ; Daisy , Ibo , candle wick , K.V.
( ii.tvfh Quarth. perdoz , W.75 ; pints , perdo/ ,
tt.i1 ! ; bulk , per gul , UV.
YiNiriiii ; su r. elder , So ; good , IVcj white
wine. 15c.
STIIICII 4jiSso perlb.
STOVK I'oLisii-S-.wiitM. per gro s.
nuH-Ain. , pt'riuo , JI7.00 ; Lowlston , pcrJCO ,
fl. 00.
Min.issr.s-Ilbts , N O. , fancy , per gal. Ki ®
f > 7u ; choice. 4va47c ; good. 'KVax'o ; Cuba baking ,
.vn.'Wc : black strap , iinw.'e.
niri'lM ! 1'ii'Kiistraw , per Ib , I'S&S'jCj
rau , 2"e : manillu , II. nQflo ; No. 1 , 7e.
-I'nlonsiiuiire. . : > ( t.'i. ' > per cent off list.
SII.T Dairy 2sblb In bbl. bulk , a 10 ; best
prude , no , 5s. } . ' . : u. best grade , 100 , : is , IJ.4U ; best
grade , . * , UK ( . > . : ! rock tail , erubhtd , 41.SO ;
common , bbls , tl 25.
I'AIUNACLOUS ( ioons Hurley , 3'4 < Ti4e ; farina ,
to , peas. I to ; oatmeul , l , < UJo , macaroni , Joel
xermlctlll , lOc , rice , 43C'c , bago and taplouu ,
CWTc , limit beans , lie
OILS Kcroteut- . W. , We , W.V. . , XS'iC ,
hendllRht , lie * gasoline. lie. .nlnd oil ,
.
MI-\TS llnm . No. I. Irtlb. nvornge. O'te ; CO
to221b , sve , 12 to 14 Ibs. lOo shoulders , Ui
breakfast tmcon. No. 1 , So ; ham sausage. Sr ,
dried beef hnm . Ci'iUT'iC ; href tongue , fntO
per dodry ; "aliments , r > ' , < &i'tc ) tier Ib ; hum
roulette , O'Se ; boneless lia'n , , ' 5e ; plcnlo
hnm , "c.
Metals.
Ht.ocKTix-Smnll pig. 2Jo per Ibj bnr.TOcprr
Ib.
Ib.Corrnl IMnnMiod holler sl/es. n-.V per Ibt
rold rolled. ' > < per Ib ; sheathing,2Tc porlli ;
pllts nnd Hats , 2M-per Ib.
( lAI.VANl/Ltl S'lll.KT IKON THso't Bfl-10 per
cent , put. plan. Iron. No , 2I97 , A , 10'ic ; II.
Jtoomn-Clmrcoal , T. C. , 14x20 , 112 , J5.75 ; I.
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SIIKKT'IIION-NO. 26. J.1.75 ; No. 27. M.S3.
S'ot.iir.H I4ftl5'ie.
TIN PiATK-I. C. , 10x11 , 25. S7.25 ; I. X. . 10x11 ,
K5. JtlOO.
TIN I'IATRCokoI. . C' . . 10\ll , K5 , M.2J
STLM ! Wnti : NAit.s-ilaso. J.1.10.
WIIIK Jap. burb , $ .l.dO ; gulv , , $4.20.
Lumber.
Tpnors. I'i. 1'5 and 2 lu. . $ l 00 : A elert. 1U
and I'i In. . M'lOO ; II select , l'\ and I'i ' In. . $ .15 "fl :
A sttvk boards. 12 to 10 ft. . 11 In . JIltM ; It stock
boards. 12 to 1(1 ( ft. . 12 In. . fcaiOO : C stock board- .
12 to 1C ft. . 12 In. . J.I7.W ; D stoi'k boaids. 12 to 10
ft . It ! In. . $ .7.00 : A hov. Ill In. and upward" .
JtOdo ; II box , 13 In. and upwaitls. $11,110 : C box ,
II In. and upwards. * . ! > .oo ; , \ Ilixirluir. 0 In. .
J.U.li ; n ( lootIng , r , In , . ( . ' . ( : C flooring.
0 III. . $2s. < l : select fcnelnz , J20.00 ;
siding. 1st and 2d clear. Kl.09 ; A siding. tJO.W :
II siding. l'HKi ' : c sldlni ; . JI.IK ) ; eonimon
boaids. Jii.Vi : : No. 2 boaids. all lengths. ; M1.cO :
fencing. 1st. I2to20feet. fisoo. fencing. No 2.
12. 14. | s and so feet , JI4.00 ; lolsts and scantling.
2x4. 14 to 10 feet. $15.00 : tlmbt r , 4x4 tosxs. 12 to
1C. feet. JIHOO ; pickets. Hat , common. } 12PO ;
kcts. fancy head and diessed , selected.
Jilt . : shingles , choice A to extra A. $2.5m72.75 } ;
shinnies , siiindaid. J..2.M(2.40 ( : shingles , cetlal ,
} . ' .VXiUiO ; lath , ilrj . J2.75.
Sot'Tiii.n.N YLLLIIVI'IM. . -Clear. ' . In celling.
* IS.HI ; star. In telling , } lti..m : 1st and 2nd
clear. 2 In Untiring. ? 2I.K ) : common 4 In lloor-
Ing. I4.50 ; star 4 In llooi Ing. sin oo ; clear ' ( In
paitltlon. i. . ' . . ' ! : eleai ( Inlsli , No. 1.1' ' < In s2s.
JVi.OO ; clear , coiriigatcd culllns , 4 In , J.UOO.
Livti : Host. Me.
ChMKNT-JI.4.1.
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STIIAVV lloMio-JI.40.
TIIn Tir iiniTv OK GKHAT JIUN.
Ciishlii "ml Clioato Wore Dumb In
the .Society of Women.
The writer knows it for ti fact that the
Hon. ( . 'nlob C'u > hiii , who. with the ex
ception of the Hon. HufiH Clioato ( par
nubile fratruin ) . was the best nmn to s-it
nnd listen to ho hat > ever been acquainted
with , was substantiully dumb in the to-
cicty of women , says the Huston .Journal.
He either did not know how to talk to
them or he would not , and he could
scarcely look in the face of one of them
\\ithout blushing. lie could not look
them fairly in the eyes , in fact , nor
could he men either , lor that matter.
There s-eemed to be an unaccountable
timidity and shrinking about him , as
there was even about Clioato himself ,
great man at > he was.
And the writer would remark , in pass
ing , that he remembers , as to the latter ,
that one evening at one of the largo
hotels in Bostton there was a reunion , for
some purpose , of the graduates of Har
vard college in and about Boston , and
Choatc wab one of the invited guests.
The late brilliant .Tosiah Quincy. Jr. , ( a *
he vvab then ) , presided at the table with
liis usual inimitable grace and piquancy.
While the company were assembling the
writer ( then a very young man ) \vas
standing by hinihelf in a corner , vrhen
ChOate came in. with a slouchy gait and
his head down , looking as confu-ed as a
-cliool boy , and catching a glimpse of
the writer , he rushed eagcily toward
him and , grasping his arm , siitl sub
stantially , "You must help mo up to
the committee , ' ' who were landing
at the head of the hall receiving the
guerts. We had only advanced a few
steps , hovvexer , when Clioate , beiiijj dis
covered , was pulled hither and thither
by hosts of hands , and the writer was
left again to commune witli himself , or
with others like him and of his own age
\\lio happened to bo standing near ; not ,
however , before ho had ventured mod
estly to remark to Choato how surprised ,
he ivas that a man of his experience ali < l I
distinction should bo at all desirous of
thus walking under cover , as it were.
And I have stated in a previous paper
how he always molded as much as
possible the eves of men , and how
when walking from his olllco to his
house , he preferred to walk through
lanes and the narrowest rather than
through the broadest and most crowded
streets. Ilewi.sve-y peculiar in this
particular. I have it from authority
which cannot be questioned that Mr.
dishing once , at an evening party in
Xewburyport , attempting to make him
self agreeable , it is to be presumed , said
to a pretty , bright-eyed girl of seven
teen or eighteen summer.s. and quite
distinguished for her beauty and accom
plishments , in the circle of her young
admirer"Pray. . MNs , can you
tell me how love boginsV And she in
stantly replied , with a merry twinkle
and a smile , "Why , with L , of course , ' '
thus discoinlitting the distinguished
ceholar and statesman , and getting the
laugh of the .slanders upon him.
A XK\V ST.OUV OK
lie I'lajed Unll ( lie Day Dd'ore He
Was Nominated.
one aiiionj , nviny memories of promi
nent public characters stored away by
Mr. Ldvvard W. C'ox of the Donhipon
house is a recollection of having played
hand-ball at Snringlield , 111. , with Abra
ham Lincoln the day before the latter
vvat nominated for the presidency.
Before the nomination of Mr. Lincoln ,
Mr. Cox was traveling in the west for an J
oil house , says the Circinnati Timoa-
Star. During his- travels ho for several
days u cd trains which were full of people
ple bound forth" Chicago convention.
Mr. Cox and a fellow drummer , who was
out for a Xanesvillo ink house , polled all
the travelers they could reach , and found
the utmost enthusiasm for the Illinois
law ver.
Thoroughly convinced that Lincoln
would bo the nominee , the pair of drum
mers took a run down to Springfield to
see the coming man. They found no ex
citement there , and on asking to 8eo Mr.
Lincoln were told ho could bo found the
next da.v , wh'.cii was the ono before the
convention , down at the ball park play
ing handball , a game of which Mr. Lin
coln was passionately fond. Next day
they visited the mrk . and there they
found the man of destiny busily engaged
in batting a ball against a black brick
wall and endeavoring to strike it in Mich
a way that it would rebound out of reach
of his opponent. There was quite a
crowd sitting about watching the game.
Mr. Lincoln wore , among other gar
ments , a long-tailed , black coat and an
old felt hat. which tended to magnify
his tall , ungainly form and prominent
features , and he looked quaintly pictur
esque as he danced about , now hitting
the sphere a hard blow and again "baby-
Ing it" so easily that it barely reached
hitt antagonists. When Mr. Llncoln at
down on the players' bench , having finished -
ished a triumphant turn , Mr. Cox was
introduced to him. Mr. Lincon received
him cordially , asked if ho ever played
the game , commiserated with him when
Mr. Cox said ho didn't understand it
and ottered to teach him. Mr. Cox ,
however , was thinking of the conven
tion , and said :
"Mr. Lincoln , I believe you will bo the
nominee. " Mr. Lincoln laughed and
said : "I think not. I boltovo those
eastern chaj)3 will euchre UH out of It ,
but you are very kind to think I will bo
nominated , nnd 1 am muck obliged to
you. "
Finally ono "of the plajors dropped
out. and Mr. Lincoln invited Mr. C'ox to
"take a hand , ' Mr. Cox of course did
bo , for hous anxiuuH to play Uith the
man ho was sure would 1m nominated ,
and the gaum lasted some time , Mr ,
Lincoln displaying great iHl ami
strength. \ \ hen I ho game was HuNhi < d
Mr. Lincoln kept score for another set of
players by notching the points on n
.stick and culling out "score ' in n loud
voice.
Iitml Itoneoiisllcld an an Orator ,
AH an orator , generically spptikiiijr , ho
could hardly bo compared with Mr. ( Jlatl-
stone , certainly not with John Bright or
our own Phillips pc'rhapj not even with
Beechor at Bcecher's best , sijsa writer
In the Arena. To bo sure , we luuo the
testimony of his early friends that in
youth ho was very impassioned in his- elo
quence , but ho learned lo repress or prune ;
his early style and became calm , almost
cold , in "the lonesome , latter dajs. " Ux-
cept on extraordinary occasions.hen. ! ho
should bo deemed a great debater rather
than a great orator. Vet there Is noth
ing ever uttered by any speaker , ancient
or modern , that Illls one with such n
sense of perfect power as Disraeli's re
sponse in the house of commons to the
nobleman who taunted him with his He
brew origin. The taunt wan mean ; the
reply royal. .Springing to hi * foot , his
dark eyes Hashing Hko swords , ho ex
claimed : "Ve - . lama .Jew. When the
ancestors of the honorable gentleman
w ho has llnng this fuel in mj face as a
taunt and an imputation when the an
cestors'of that honorable gentleman , !
repeat , were brutal savages lu an un
known island , mine wore priests in the
tomiile. I feel every llbro of my being
thrill with the traditions of my
Xovor CJUo Up.
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any oilier disease of the throat or limps ,
nothing can surprise you inoro than the iiiplii
Iniprovemcnt that will follow the use of
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vvMll lie unable to express your iimaromt nt ill
the marvelous nnd instantaneous curative
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ThesiO remedies are not secret compounds ,
but natural prodiiotlons of C'alifoijn'n Sold
nt $1 a package , three for ? . . ' .50 , and guar.in-
lecd by ( 'oodiuan llnm ( 'o.
SGHROEDER & DEMM | ,
GRffljM ,
Provisions and Stocks.
Basement First National Jianli.
3OB South 13th Street , Omnhn.
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Vtreetn , Siininilt ami SuvMiio Ciusilnt' MVorklnc-
mi'ii s tralim ilu lint run Hnnilay
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Tmnnfer UiMon Depot , t'lmncll llluHs. i Trim * f IT
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1(107 ( u nil Knimm t'lfy Duy Knpri'im . . .I'dU ) p in
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NEBRASKA
National Bank
U S. DEPOSITOHY OMAHA. NEH.
Cnpltnl , - $ . ' OOOOO
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\Vlllln i < , A I * lt.iikln | . | < ic < lilcnt A Mt'llnril ,
cn < lilor , > ' II llrj int n ! ! nit tmMiT
Omaha ManUftotUPBPS ,
Itoots nnd
KIHKKNDALI. . JONKS .t CO ,
Wholesale Manufacturers of Hoots K Shoes
n.lnn Iliililipr Mi IP Co , IH'3 1104 ami MM
ll.mic * s | , , . , . | oniilii. .Si'li
STORZ & ILKR ,
Lager licer llrcwcrs ,
tK.I N < rtli l t , Onmlii Noli
Cm nice.
KAQLPJ CORNirE WORKS ,
Manufacturers of ( iahanizcil Iron Cornice
Wliulow r.ip nn.l nicHII k llfht .li.lin l > pnrt < r ,
| > r.'Mi'tor | Mtjinil llusmiiii lOtliPen
Artists' "Materials' .
-
A. HOSPE , Jr. ,
Artists' MateiidK I'ianos ' and Organs ,
l.'ll ! ] ) nilKll MMM't OlllMllJ Nell
Coal , Coke , Hit- .
Jobbers 01 Hard and Soft Coal.
K Cor lOlli anil li.iugln . s'trocts , Oinnlm. Vi
NEBRASKA FUEl7 CO. ,
Shippers 01 Coal and Colic ,
211 Smflli 1 .Ih stu-ct. Onmlm. Ncli
DEAN , AljISTItONG k CO. ,
" Wholesale Cigars.
ttN li.tli snoot llclUii' 14. ' . )
Dry ( JooiN antl Notions' .
if. E. SMI I'll k CO. , "
Dry Goods , Furnishing Goods and Notions
Cmnoi I Itli a i.l It ml Street-
KII7PATKICK-KOCII DRY GOODS CO
Importers and Joliljeis in Dry Goods ,
( .cuts KiirnMuiii * i" l < Corner llth nnd llninoy
s'rc.'lH uuinh i Nt'b
I'urnIture.
Wliolcsiilc Dealers in Furniture ,
I'liin.iin streol inn ihn. Nebraska
CHAKI.ES PIIIVERICK ,
rniniturc ,
O u iln
( il'OCOl'IOS.
& CO ,
Wholesale Grocers ,
ISthnml I.oirennoitli Mieoti.Om.ilin Vebrnrkn
Ijinnlier , ICtc.
JOHN A. AVAKEFIELD ,
WTiolcsalc ! Lumber , Etc. , Etc ,
Imported nml Anorliin I'.irtliml Ctincnt Stnto
uCJiittor .M'lw.inlc3 Iliilraiillc ( Y-inuiil , mill
( , 'uliH j vv hlln I.lino.
CHAS. R. LEE ,
Dealer in Hardwood Lumber.
U'ooil ctrpot * < nn-l p irqu < ( t tln Mh ami Du
LOUIS BKADFOHD ,
Dealer in Lumber , Lalli , Lime , Sash ,
Door ? , lUc V'tnl1 * Curncr ? li ! nnd Ulni Otlli.e ,
i oiiHM lUth timl Doi
FRKD W. GHEY ,
Lumber , Lime. Cement , Ktc. , Ktc.
Cnriici ' . 'til nml DiinghsSlri'Pts Onmlm
nnd Notion * . .
Importers antl Jobbcis in Millinery ,
SOS S10 niul Jl ! .nth lltli Btirct
Not ions.
j. T. NOTION
Wholesale Notions and Furnishing Goods ,
1 1 'I 11 u nov Mioot Oiniiti.i
OIN.
CONSOLIDATED TANK LINE CO. ,
Wholesale Refined and Lubricating Oils ,
t'ti. inn ill i \ II MIUI.II.-CT
I'.ijier ,
CARPENTER PAPER CO. ,
Wholesale Paper Dealers.
Carry n nlcnulocLnf iirlnllii , ' , YiriippInK nml wrlt'nif
p il'i.T MiedMl iitti'iill'iii iflvca tu ( tiril piipiT
M , Ktc.
A. L. DEANE k CO. ,
( iiMiprnl V 't'iit1 ! for
Halls' Safes ,
331 ami n.'J sU | | , unii .St. , Oumlm
TIIJS , lOl
II. HARDY k CO. ,
Dolls Albums Goods
Toys , , , Fancy ,
lluuto I'lirni'lilni ; ( inn.M . ( lillilrfn'i. ( iirriiiKi'D I'M )
I MI M. 1111 ntri'i'1 Oinulni , Ni'li
\Vater Supplies.
U. S. WIND ENGINE Ai PUMP \'O. ,
Steam and Water Supplies ,
llnllldn ) wlml nillN tlt > .inil'.iW.lcincK el Knuilia
( i r ! ! ' < AI I'.nn ' iliinuKur
DROWNELL & CO ,
Kngincs , Hollers and General Machinery ,
fclift't-lrun wnrk , ulnain [ iiitiipi H.iirmiil lt l'i\b \
Lvareawiuili iln-i't , Onmlin
Iron
PAXTON ft VIERLINQ IRON WORKS ,
Wrought and Cast Iron Iliiilding WorK ,
Uiiflni' ' . linn n.irk IMHTJ ! foiuulry lunililnu uud
blacksmith > rk nillit. anil MinKa I I *
lly nml I Hi ircct , Uinulm
OMAHA SAFE & IRON WORKS ,
Manf'rs of Fire and llurglar Proof safes ,
Ynnlli. jnll work li m liMtlcr < unil Urn orai'is. '
li Anilruun pr-.p i ( > r lltli nail Juclttii ) > !
Kusli ,
M. A. DI8HROW tc CO ,
\ \ huluiialo inanufactiirorN of
Sash , Doors , Blinds and Mouldings ,
Ilrnmti olllc-o , I''lli un I I tr t ! OmMiit Niti ,
SpjLtt .h. . _ O TLI i i IT n
UNION STOUK YARDS Co7
Of South Omaha , Limited

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