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FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
NKW YOBK , April 14.
UO.NXT.
OTie money market done-dot 3f > rccnt ,
Exchange clotel at 4 [email protected] 00.
Goii'rntnent closid itrocg ,
OOVKKXUBST 11U.NDS.
Currencyf.'s , 133 bid
r 4's oonjx.ru , 1203 Md
4l' couiKiiH t.llG bid
fir continued 1019 Md
C'i continued . , , 101 bid
KAIUIOAII HONDS.
Pacific railroad bonds closed us follows !
Union 1 to 117 @ 117i
Union Ii , ivl Grants 1121M113
Union Sinkim ? Fund * . . [email protected] 2
L'entrals 115j bl.l.
BTOCKH
The slock nmktt to-day wa very
Active. During the morning ptlcei were
Irregular , tnd n weak fee'lng prevail
qtiotrt'.ions declining | to 1J per ecu' ,
by the grangon , which * ere pressed for
la'e on unnouncatnent from the west thnt
the Chicago , Burlington A Quincyrnay
withdraw from the Colorado pool , The
greatest pressure WAS against Cll
Milwaukee & St. Paul , In which dealings
were very large. At noon a marked
bang * began , and there was an advance
kite In the afternoon : auscd by the re-
porti that the western railroad troubles
had been adjusted. Great buoyancy pro-
Tailed , the lughut pricoi of the day being
made in many CAIOI. St. Paul advanced
from 108J to 110 J. 1
shorted an advance of i to 2J per cent ,
and the tale * aggregated over 000,000
iharra.
The following wore closing bids :
Am'nTi .T l. 43 Manhattan El. .
. *
BTATK BONDS.
The foatnro was an advance In Tcnnca-
IC08 from CO tu 55.
BALES.
The following were the sales of the more
Active stocks to-day ; total , 640,000 shares :
Vf U 0303 NP 7400
OC&IC 300 Preferred. . . OiOOO
O. IJ. &Q. . . . 1400 Mo. Pao 20800
N.YO 2oJOO ! A. &T.H 300
N J 0 41GOO Preferred. . . 4000
Cent. P.IC 31)00 ) Can S 500
UiP 1170 Del &Hud. . . 700
rrp 15000 DL&W 2GGOO
D&KG..4USOO L&N..21000
B.ie 13(300 ( Lake Shore..31800
Preferred. . . 500 Northwestern. 9000
H&StJ. . . . 200 Preferred. . . GOO
K&T 11400 O& W 1000
LU&W eoo St. P. k Om..38800
O&M 400 Preferred. . . 2800
Pac. Mail 700 StPatd 41COO
III 800 Preferred. . . 400
Son Frunci co. 10J Naiu. A Chat. 1GOO
StP&iOm. . . . 8800 Wabaah 7200
Preferred. . . 2MX ) Pretorred..25300
Ohio Cent. . . . 1COO M. & U. 1st pd 1400
\ \ H.chCent..l29lX )
CHICAGO MONEY.
CHICAGO , April 14 ,
Preston , Kean & Co. , tankora , report
the msrkot to-day active for all sound
dividend p yiug lecnritifs , government
4 aud 4J per cents continuing itrong and
active , with an advance of i per cent over
.yesto'rduy'd rates. Tkcr * tttmn to bi In
creasing easineM in the money market ,
and invoatora are seeking frit tha > afea
aonrcei to place their tundi at better
ratei than the present prices of govern ,
moat * offered ; consequently there is In-
created Inquiry for the bettei' olait ot
tat and inonicipal bondi 'also tlie load-
'jng railroad mortgages are. Bought after a
Affording profitable employment for iur.
-jlni funds. Tnero la a continued demand
for Minnesota 4 } per cent bond * , and for
.all the city and county neonritieii.
Rates for money remain unchanged , but
with a tendency to gre.ter caw.
'Foreign exchungo eamu aa yesterday.
New York exchange iirni at 75o per
$1,000 premium ,
Oloarinnf , ? C,318r 0.
DNITUl ) HTATKH DONDB ,
2Va Kxtended six w , 1881 101 ® 101 |
.3j'H Kitoiided Cvw , 1881 101310L'i
.4l'a Coupons .110 @lt6i
Ar Conporw , I20120i
BAILWAT AND MIBCifctASiMUH.
iillnm-n ta Suto , 4 j'a and Int 101
{ Sterling l ht. 4891
B'xty days , 48 > }
Kranoa 513 }
lieiohnmark 95 }
a , M. & st P. 7i. . & D. EX. : : . : . 120
O. , M. ft 8 P. 6' ( Uubufine dlv ) . . . 103J
% " W * fW' 6 ° ' & rW. . Ulv. 03
O..B. &Q. 4 871
Burllntrton & Mo. 4'n ia Neb 83
Wabh5' ( > 8H
Oblukgo & Northweetern ( i' 931
Jacksonville & Southcaet. C' DO I
OOMMERCIAI. .
/ tmiAtia'Wliolfwale Market-
Ornoi or TIIK OUAHA Bn , I
Tbrnsday Kvenlng , April 14 , f
No okingoi reported in the market to.
day.
Looal 6raln Dealing
WTTEAT. Cash No. 2,118J ; c * h No.
t. BOk ; rejected , CCJo.
IJnHLEY , Oatin No. 2 , 05oj No , B ,
80 .
KYK. Cash. C8c.
CORN , Cash No , 2 , tl } < s.
3fi-0orn , 6045 ; o t ,
W 45.
H AY 6 (0 < aO f > 0 per ton.
OIIIJPrKD tEED-tl 25.
CHOPPED COKX-ll 15.
BUAN-ll 10 p , r hundred.
Provltton * .
FLOUR Spring wheat , rtralgfct grade ,
> t nt , S3 [email protected] 50 ; winter wheat straight
rade $3 P54 2.1 ; patent , $4 [email protected] 00 ; gra-
aru rye , 82 60 ; wheat , & 3 00 ; Queen
Jee , $1 00.
RYE FLOTJll-W 25.
° OTATOBS Nebraska * , 1 155lt 2.1 }
mported Scotch Champion * 1 30 < 3jl 40.
rtWEET [email protected] ( per
arrel.
WILD DUCK-l 23t to.
EGGS-llc ,
BUTTKR ' . 'rpatnery , 33 < tf)40c ) ; choice
oil , [email protected] ! common roll , [email protected]
APPIjKH Good , sound , very scarce
t ST 5i < aG 50 per bbl ,
LEMONS Steady ; per IJOT , 8UO ®
0(1. (
( ) RANGiS-prr bos 5 M ® ' , 50
UKK3WAX Yellow , [email protected] : c.
ONIONS $3 A ) per barrel.
CRANBEllKir.S-Por box , ? 3 75 ®
00.
00.OYSTF.USSolfcls.45c. .
OHEKSK-10 < ai4e.
CASH VALENCIA RANGES- .
3 2"a H 00
STRAWBFRRIE3-Per quart , CO ®
XSPAUAGUd-Pcr bunch , 4'55j.
( MHKN PtiAS-Pcrbtuhelbjx , S2.GO
@ 2.75.
GHMKN1 BEANS-Per buihtl bet ,
2,[email protected],75.
Uroceri List ,
COFFEE. Rio , fair , lie ; Rio , good"
2c [ Rio , prime to choice , 12iu ; Old gov't
nvn ; 2tJ2SJc , Mochn , 28jc ; Arbucklo's ,
fEAS. Gunpowder , good , [email protected]
Choice , [email protected] > c ; Imperial , good , [email protected]
Jboico , 00 < gj75c ; Young Hyson , good , SG ®
Ocj choice , [email protected] 00 ; Japan Nat Loaf ,
5cj Japan , choice , [email protected] ; Oolong , good ,
540 : Oolong , cho.ce , 40(1555 ( ; Souchong ,
nod. 3.(3 > 40c : choice , 3o(345c. (
SUGARS. Cut loaf , llic ; Crushed ,
ljt ) ( Granulated , lOJc ; Powdered , lljj
fine powdered , llio ; Standard Coffee A :
Oc ; New York Confectloner'a Standanl
\ . lOc ; Good A , lOlfl ; Prairie Extra O ,
l .
tJYRUPS. Sugar house , Mils , 03c ; half
la , 57o ; kegs , tj gallons , $2 59 ; choice
able syrup , 49ci half bbls , 51o ; kegs , $2 35.
SODA. Dwittht's Ib papers , * 3 OOj Do-
> nd do , $3 00 ; Church's , $3 00 ; Keg soda ,
@ 4lc
STARCH. Pearl , 4Jc ; Silver Gloss , 8 $
@ 8jc ; Cora Starch , [email protected] ; Excelsior
Jlosa , 7c ; Corn. 7Jo.
SALT. Dray loads , per bbl , 1 85j Ashen -
on , in sacks. 3 50 ; bbls dairy 60 , Ca , 3 45 ;
blsdalrv. 100. 3a. 3C5.
DRIED FRUITS Chotco halves ,
vaporated poachcs,7c : Salt Lak 10&cvap- & :
rated Sib boxes , 13Jc ; Michigan , 74c ; New
fork apples , 7cj Prunes , old , GJc ; now ,
Jo ; Currants , 07c ; Blackberries , new ,
CHEESE Full Cream , 14o ; Part
Sklnl lljc.
WOODENWARE Two hoop pail ? ,
t 03 ; three hoop pails , 2 20f No. 1 tubi
i 50 ; No. 2 tubs , . 8 60 ; No. 3 tubs. 7 60
lioneer washboards , 1 85 Double Crswn ,
90 ; Wcllbuckuto , 325.
LEAD Bar , 51 G5.
SPICES. Pepper , [ 10 ; Allspice , 19c ;
40c ; " i , SI 00 : 25cjuasaiu ,
lace 61 00.
MATCHES Per cnddlo , OOc ; round
a ea , ? 7.6n : square casci , § 3,10
PROVISIONS Breakfast bacon , 13 j.
hoica lard , UJc ; dried bcof , 14c ; should-
rE , Uo ; Im'iiH , llc ! ; bacon , sides , lljc.
NEW PICKLES cdium , iu barrels , ,
9 00 ; do in half bbls , 5 23suialh , In bbls ,
2 00 do , in half bbla , 7 00 ; gherkins , in
bbls , 14 00 ; do , in half bbls , 7 50.
VINEGAR Pure apple extra , lOo :
iure apple , 13c ; Prussine uure nnnle , IGc.
HOMINY Now , 85 00 nor bbl.
BEANS Medium , hand picked S3 00
icr bushel ; navy , 31 00 ; calef navy , SI OP.
ROPE Sisal , J inch and larger , 8 ©
c ; 1 inch , Ot.
SOAPS Kirk's Savon Imperial , 330 ;
Kirk's tmtlm 3 30 ; Kirk's utandard , 3 G5 ;
Cirk's whl Russian , 500 : Kirk's
Sutoca , 2 0 Kirk's Prairie Queen ,
100 cakes ) . 40 ; Kirk's magnolia , 4 55 ®
CANDLES Boxes , 40 Ibs , Hi oz , 8s ,
Gcboxes ; 40 Ibs. , 16 oz. , 6s , IGc.
LYE American , 3 40 ; Greenwich , 840 :
Vestem , 2 75 ; North Star , 2 BO ; Lowia'
ye. 4 CO ; Jewell lye , 275 .
POTASH Pennsylvania cans , 4 doz. ,
n case , 3 35 ; Babbitt's Ball. 2 doz. in case ,
50 ; Anchor Ball 2 doz in flvae , 1 50.
FIELD SEED Red clover , choice
new , ? f 00 per bushel ; mammoth clover
now , $7 00 ; white clover , new , § 14 00
d alfa clover , new , § 12 50 ; rJsike , new ,
51300. Timothy , good , now , S3 00 ;
> luo grans , extra clean , 81 50 ; bine grass ,
clean , $1 25 ; . orchard grass , * S2 50 ; red top ,
choice , 103 ; millet , common or Missouri ,
SOc ; millet , German , $100 to 3125 ;
"Innzarinn. 80c.
HEDOESEED Osage orange , 1 to 5
> uhol8 , ? 5 00 ; osage orange , 10 buaheJH or
over. 8-150 ; honey locust , , perlb. , 356 ; per
100 fbs. . 623 00.
FIS a Family white fish , 90 Ib hf bbls ,
"I 75 ; A'o , 1 white fish , 90 Ib hf bbls. G 70 ;
To. 1 white fish , iu 10 Ib kits , 110 ; family
0 Ib kits , 85c ; Now Holland herring , per
cegt 1 35 ; Russian sardines. 75c : Colur"-
) ia river salmon , per 100Ibs , 8 00 ; GoorgVl
5ank oodiish , Gc ; Gen. boneless - - -
IJo ; bonelods fish , 5 o.
MACKEREL Half bbls moasmackerel ,
.00 Ibs , $12 CO : hf bbl No. 1 ox uhoro do ,
,00 Ibs , 8 CO ; hf bbls , fat family do , 100
bn , G 00 ; moea inaokerol , 12 Ib klta , 2 25 ;
No. 1 ex shore , 12 Ib do , 1 50 ; No. 1 shore ,
12 Ib do. 1 00 ; fat family , 10 Ib do 75o.
CANNED GOODS Oystere , 2 Ib
Field's ) , per ewe , 34 00 ; do 1 Ib ( Field1 * ) ,
> er case , 2 50 : do 211) ( Standard ) , per cane ,
1 CO ; do 1 tb ( Btandard ) , per coee , 2 20 ; do
2 tb ( slack ) , per case , 2 75 ; do 1 Ib ( alack ) ,
rar CMC , 200. Onions , 3 SO. Salmon , 1
b , per dozen , 1 60 ® 170 ; do 2tt > , per dozen
3 [email protected] Go. BnrdlneB. Bmall tEb ! , imported ,
oueqruirtorboxoepor box,14ic ; American ,
[ uarter boxes per box , lie ; do half borefl ,
> or tx > x. 21c. Lobtttera , 1 Ib per dozen ,
.80 ; Tomatoes , 2 SO ; do 3 Ib per
case , 2 [email protected] ( ft ; Corn , 2 K ( Mountain )
> er cftwo , 310 ; aoakc4 com , 210 ; do
! U ) ( Yarm9utli ) , per cane , 315 ;
string beaiu , per case , 'i 10 ; Lima beans
wr CAW ) , 185. Hnccotoflh per COM. 2 25.
'eae , common , per cane , 2 00peaa , choice ,
mr cam ) , 315 , Blackberries , 2 It ) , ] > er COMO ,
230 ; Ht/awborriert , 2 Ib , per caws , a 30 ;
raspberries. 2 tb , per ease. 2 [email protected] 00.
) ftinsonH , 2 ID , per case , 2 45 , Bnrtlett
wars per ca o , 8 [email protected] 00. Whortleberries
wr case,240. Egg plurn8,2 Ib perct e,3 30 |
3r en gages,2 1T > uor case , 3 30 ; do choice , 1
b per co e,4 CO. line Apple * , 2 Ib. I > or case ,
4 [email protected] 75. Peaches , 2 Ib per caw. 3 10 :
do 3 Ib , caHe , 5 [email protected] 00 ; do , ( pie ) , 3 Ib , per
cabe.300 ; do pie , G 11 > , per dozen , 3 50.
RICE Carolina , 78o ; Louijiana , 7
< g-8\c' fair , [email protected]
PEANUTS Boa ted , choice , red Ten.
neiuiee , lOoperlb ; fancy white , lO o porlb ;
raw white Virginia raw , lOc ; roasted ,
121c.
Dry Qoodt.
BROWN COTTONS Atlantic A , 8W ;
Anpleton XX , 7cj Atlanta A , 80 ; Boott
FP , 8Jc ; Btickoyo LL , 4-4 , 7c ; Cabot W ,
71c ; Chlttcnaugo A , Gc ; Ureat Falls E ,
8Jc ; Hoosier , GJc : lloneat Width , 7jc : In-
dlan Head A. 8jc ; Indian Standard A ,
Jo ; Indian Orchard d. w , , 8c ; Lawrence
NL , 7c ; Mystic River , 7io : Pequot A , 8Jc ;
Jhawmtit LL , 7c ; Utica C , 54o ; WachuH-
ott B , 74c ; do A , SJo ; do E 48 | ISJo ; Wai
cott BB. 8)0.
FINJ5 BROWN COTTONS Allendalo
4-4 : 74e ; Alligator 3-4 , So ; Argyle 4-4 , 7ic ;
Atlantic LL , Gjoj Badger Statn X 4-4 , 7o
Bennlngton 0 4-4 , Gjcj Buckeye S. 4-4 , jco
Indian Orchard AA 9-8 , 8Jcj Laconia C
39 , Sic ; Lehlgb E 4 , OJc ; Lonsdale 4 1 ,
lOc ; FepporeU N 80 , 7o ; do O 32. 7Jo ; do 11
36 , Vic ; do E 30 , 8Jc ; Pocasat 0 4-4 , 7go ;
BLEACHED' COTTONS Androswg.
gin L 4-4,9icBlackntoneAA ; inrperial 8c ;
do do half bleached 4-4 , Oc ; Cabot 4-4,64 ;
Fidelity4-4 , OicjFndt of tbeLoom.10 ; do
oan-.brio4 ,13cjdoWflterTwUt,10icGreat ;
FalUQ , lOJc ; Indian Headshruuk 4-1 , 12ct
Lonvialo. lOc ; do cambric 37 , 12io ; Now
York Mill. 12c ; Pequot A , lOo ; Pepperell
N G Twills , lajc ; Piicahontaa 44 , OJc ;
Pocaas t 4-4 , 8ic ; Utica , lie ; Wamautta
O X X. 12Jc.
UciOKb ( Oolwred ) Alb ny K brown.
Bo ; doO , , lr b , lie : do XA utripea and
plaldt , 12ip ; do XXX brown and drab ,
Sn'PJ ? at" ' pl U i 12Jc ; Arlington fanoy ,
IBoj Bmniwiok brown , 8io ; Chariot fancy ,
mot do extra , heavy , 20o ; Fafl River
brown , axtra heavy , llioj Indian * A
rotns. Wo.
7Jc ; do XX bine 32 , 18jc ! Arrowanna ,
lc ; Claremont B B. 15cs Conestoga ex-
ra , 174c ; Hamilton D , ll o I ewiston A
, 15c ; Mlnnehaha 4-4 , 20cj Omega > np r
xtra 4-4 , 28c ; Pearl River 82 , 16jci Put-
am XX blue stripe , 12c ; Shetucket S
OJc ; do Sa 12c ; Yeoman's blue 29 , 8Jo
DENIMS. Amoskcak , bine and brown
lc ; Andover DD blue , ir Jcj Arlington
luo Scotch , 18ic ; Concord OOO , blue and
rown. 12ic ; do AAA , do do 18J : do XXX
a do i-Uc ; Hnrmaker'a blue and brown ,
Jcj Mvntio River DD stripe , IG c ; Pearl
Liver , blue > vnd brown , 15Jc ; UncMvillc ,
hie and brown , 13Jc.
CAMBRICS Barnard , fi o ; Eddyntono
_ ning , 24 inch double fac , 8Jc ; Garner A
lazed , 60 : Manhattan glove finish , 6Jcj
Newport do Co ; do gl.Mcd , 5je ; Pcqtiot do
! 1/o.ikwood kid ( inlsb. Go.
CORSKT JUANS Amoty , 8c ; Andron
oggiu enttccu , 8 Jo ; Clarendci , GJc ; Cones
ogA 6ftttcen , 7 c ; Hallowol , 8c ;
'cp | > erill att wn OJn ; Rockport , 73c.
PRINTS- Allen * . OJc ; American , Gjc }
_ rui > ld , 7c ; Berwick , lc ; Cochoco , re ;
Joncstogn. Glc ; Dunkirk , 4Sc ; Dunncll ,
[email protected] ; Eddystone. 7c : Gloucester , Go ;
lannony , GJc : Knickerbocker , GJc ; MOT-
Imac D. 7cj Mystic , 5Jc ; Sprainies , Oc ;
'otitbbrldge , Gcj do. Ginghams , 7c ; Mnrl-
oro. Co ; Oriental Gic.
GINGHAMS Ampakcair , lOJc ; Amos-
.j g dross VQs Arayle , lOjc ; Atlantic ,
c ; Cumberland , 7Jo ; Highland , 8Jc ;
Konllworth , 8ic ; Plun kctt , 10 c ; Sus-
ox. Sc.
COTTONADES Abbervllle 13Jc ;
Agate , ' -We ; American , lie ; Artlatan , 20c ;
Oairo D and T , ISJc ; Clarion D and T ,
7Jc ; Deccan Co.strlposDnndT.lGc ; Key-
tone , 13Jc ; Nantncket , lOc ; Nonpareil ,
Gcj Ocean D and T , 13ic ; Royal , IGJ.t ;
SUSSPX , I2c ; Tiogn , 12jc ; Wachusott rbirt-
n ? jhecks. 12Jc ; do , Nankin , 12Jc ; York.
> lain Nankin , 12k ; do , checks , stripes and
anoy , 12lo ; do , 8 oz , 20o.
SHEETINGS Androscogdn 10-4,2740 !
do 9-1 , 24c ; do 8-4 , 22c ; Continental O
2 , He ; Fruit of the Loom 10-4. 27J ; Now
York mills S3 , 35c ; do 78 , SOc ; do CS , 22c ;
. 'cmbroko 10-4 , 2Tc ; Pcouot 10-4 , 28Jc ; do
4 , lOc ! do 49 , IGc ; Pepperoll DO , 29o ;
10 G7 , 21c ; do 57 , 180 ; Utica 00 , U5c ; do
3 , 22ic ; do 48,17o
Cigars and Tobacco * .
CIGARS. Seeds , $15.00 ; Connecticut ,
$25.00 ; Mixed , 835.00 ; Socd Havana ,
150.00 ; ClearUnvana , $75.00.
TOBACCO PLUG. Golden Rule ,
A Ib , GOc ; Spotted Fawn , Glc ; Our Rope ,
rat quality , G2c ; Star , pounds , 24
j , butts , GOc ; Horse Shoo , pounds ,
24 Ib , butts , COc ; Gilt Edge ,
lounds , 24 Ib , butts , 60 ; Army and Navy ,
> ounds , 55c ; Bullion , pounds , GOc ; Loril-
nrd's Climax , pounds , Glc.
FINE OUT In pnils.-Hard to Boat ,
5c ; Golden Thread , 70c ; Fountain , SOc ;
favorite , G5c ; Rocky Mountain , GOc ;
< "ancy , 55c ; Daisy , GOc. In tin foil
Ratlins O. S. , 5 Ib boxes , per Ib GSc ; Lori-
[ lard's Tiger , GSc ; Diamond Crown , GGo.
SMOKING All grades Common , 25 to
J3c. Granulated Blackwells Durham , 10
z Glc ; Dukes Durham , 1G oz , 50c ; Seal of
iorth Carolina , 10 oz , 46 ; Seal of Nebras
ka , 1G oz , 3Sc ; Lone Jack , 4 oz , linen bags
jcrlb , 51.35 ; Marburgs'Puck , 2 oz , tin
oil , o 5c ; Dog Tail. GSc.
Paints Oils and Varnishes.
PAINTS IN OIL-White load , Omaha
, P. , Glc ; white lead , O.P.&O Co .S.P.GJ
mreGoMars3ille8green ; , lto C Ib cans , 20o
Trench zinc , gissn noal. 12c ; French zinc ,
ed seal , lie ; French zinc , iu varnish asst ,
20c : French zinco , in oil aist , 15c ; Raw
md burnt umber , 1 Ib cane 12c ; raw and
burnt Sienna. 13c : Vandyke brown , 13. ;
efincd lampblack , 12o ; coach black , l"c ;
ory black , IGc ; drop black , IGc ; Prussian
> luo , SOc ; ultramarine blue , 18c ; chrome
green , L , M , < k D. , 14c ; blind and shutter
[ roen , L. M. & D. , 14c : Paris green , 18o ;
ndian red , 15c : Venetian red , Oc ; Tuscan
dro , 22c ; American Vonniliod , I. &P. , 18c ;
chrome yellow , L. , M. , O. & D O , , ISo ;
/ellow ochre , Oc ; golden ochre , 11 ; patent
dryer , Go ; graining colors : light oak , dark
oat , walnut , chestnut and ash 12c.
Dry ° alnts
White lead , Gic ; French zinc. lOo ; Paris
whjteing 2Jc ; whiting gilders. IJc ;
\hiting coml , lie ; lampblack German-
own , 14c ; lampblack , ordinary , 8c ; Prus
sian blue , 45c ; ultramarine , 18c ; Vandyke ,
irown , 8c ; umber , { burnt , 4c ; umber , raw ,
-Icjaienna , burn t , 4c ; sienna , raw , 4c
'alia green genuine , 35c ; Paris green com' ]
2bc ; chrome green , N. Y. ' 20c ; chrom-
freen K. , 12c ; vennillion , Eng , , 70c ; vermillion -
million , America , 18c ; Indian red , lOc ,
rose pink , 14c ; Venetian read , Cookson'a
° , ic : Venetian red Am. , 19c ; red lead , 7Jc
chromo yellow , genuine , 20o : chrome yol-
; ow , K , , 12c ; ochre , rochelle , 3c ; ochre
French , 2Jc ; ochre , American , lie
Wintur'a mineral , 2Jc ; lohigh brown , 2Jo
Spanish brown , 2c ; Trince'd mineral 3c
VARNISHES Barrels per gullon ,
Furniture , extra , 31 10 ; furniture , No. 1 ,
SI ; furniture , U , 85c ; coach , extra , $1 40 ;
Uoach , No. 1 , 91 20 ; Darnar , 31 50 ; Japan.
70c ; aspbaltum , 70c ; ahdlao , 93 GO : hirt :
011 finish. 31 30.
OILS 110 * carbon , per gallon , HJol'GO ;
leadlight , per gallon , 12c ; 175 * lioadlight ,
> or gallon , IGjjc ; crvhtoline , rxtr gallon , lOc
inseod , raw , per gallon , GO ; linseed , boiled ,
per gallon. l)3o ; lard , winter st-'d , per galen -
on , 00 : No. 1 , 70c ; No. 2 , GOc ; castor ,
XXX , j - > r gallon , 1 25 ; No. 3 , 115 ; sweet
gallon. HCc ; Hpoiui , W. B. , per gallon ,
nr ; fish , W. B. , i > cr gallon , GOc ; neatsfoot ,
extra , per gallon , 75c ; No. 1 , GSc ; lubri
eating , zero , per gallon , 30c ; summer , 15o
oidon machine , No. 1 , per gallon , 35o ; No !
2 , 50 : sperm , signal , per gallon , SOc ; tor-
loutino , { > er gallon , 75c ; naptha , 74 * , per
tallon , SOc ; 64 , SOo
Heavy Hardwara LUt.
Iron , raten , 93 40 ; plow otcol , apecia
cast , 7o ; crucible , Sc ; special ur GermanGo ;
coat tool do , [email protected] wagon apokea , iu > i
2 [email protected] 00 ; hubs , per net , 125 ; folfooa , eawot
dry , 1 40 ; tongnoa , each , 7085o ; axloa ,
each , 75o ; aquaro txuta , per tb , 7llo
washers , per Ib. [email protected] ; rlveta , per Ib , lie
cell chain , per Ib , [email protected] ; malleable , So ,
ron wedgea , Cc ; crowbars , Go ; harrow
oth , 4o ; nnraeahoeo , per keg , 5 00 ; ajirlni
steal. [email protected] ; Burden'a borsojhoou , G iiG
Burden's muleshoon , 0 35 ,
NAILS 10 to 20d. 3 60 ; 8t 10 , 375
6d , 4 00 ; 4d. 4 25 ; ' 3d , common , G 00 : 3d ,
ine , 6 CO ; clinch , all size * . 5 25 ; 6d , casing ,
4 7S ; 8d casing , 4 50 ; lOd caRing , 4 25 ; lOc
jniHb , 4 75 ; 8d fiiiizh , 5 00 ; CdmJuh , C 25
jalf ket'H lOo extra.
SHOT.-Shot , 81.85 ; Bnck shot , * 2.10
Oriental Powder , kegs , -$0.40 : do , , hide
o 8 , f 3.48'do. , nuartar kegs , f 1.88 ; Blast-
insr. keKs. 83.85 : Ftiao. oer 100 foot COo.
BARBED WIIUC In car Iots,8 30 per
100 ; in loss than car lota. 8 55 uer 100.
Horiet and Mule * .
The market la brisk and all grades are
telling well at alight advance in piicen.
The demand for good horses excncaa tha
mpply conaidorably. Prices range at fol-
"owa :
Fine single drivers , $1CO. to 300. ) Extra
IrafthorsoH , $170. to 225. ; Common dralt
tones , $100. to 150. ; Extra farm horses ,
5110. to 125. ; Common to good farm horsoo
590 , to ? 100. ; Extra plug. ! , CGO. to 76. ;
Common plugs , 820. to $40.
MULES. 15 to 15i hands ( extra ) , * 125 ,
to ICO. ; 14) to 16 hands , 4100. to 140.
14 to 141 lands , * 7B. to 100. ; 18 } to 14
hands , $0. to 75.
Liquor * .
ALCOHOL 187 proof. 230 per wine
5allon ; extra California spirits. 187 proof
30 per proof gallon ; triple retlned uplrits.
187 proof , 124 per proof gallon ; re-distlllec
wHikies , 1 [email protected] 50 ; fine blended , 1 GO ®
2 GO ; Kentucky bourbons , [email protected] ; Km
tuckv and Ponniylvanla ryes , 2 [email protected] 00
BRANDIES Imported , 0 [email protected] ;
domestic 1 404 00 ,
GINS larported , 4 606 00 { domestic ,
14KSWOO. (
RUMS Imported , 4 606 00 ; Now
England , 2 004 00 ; domestic ) . 1 60(43 CO
PEACH AND APPLK BRANDY-
1 7C4 00.
CHAMPAGNES Imrorted per CAM.
' ' Cte <
1600.
CLARETS Per OM , 4 501B 00
WINES Rhine wine , per ca e , B CO ®
20 00 ; CaUwba , p r ca e. 4 007 00.
Lumber.
WHOLWAtl ,
Wa qnoto lumber , lath and shtrujrlM on
s aas asssr-d
under , 100 ; latt. , 12300 ,
TIMBERS 1C ft. nnd under. t22 CO.
TIMBKR AND JOIST 18 ft. , 23 O * ;
20 ft. , $21 00 : 22 ft , $27 GO ; 21 ft. , $27 GO.
FENCING No. 1 , 4 and 0 In. , fM DO ;
No. 2 , $20 00.
SHEETING No. 1 (2nd ( common
boird ) SIS GO ; No. 2 , $17 00.
STOCK ! BOARDS-12-tn. D , $23 00 ;
12-in. O. $35 00 ; 12-ln. 1) , 10 00.
SIDING A , ? 24 OD ; B , $21 00 ; C ,
$19 00.
FLOORTNG-A , 51000 ; B , $37 GO ; C ,
S32 00 : 1) , 823 00.
SHINGLES No. 1 , $1 75 ; Wn. clear ,
$2 75 ; star , $3 23 ; c < trx A , $1 00.
LATH-NO. 1.53 GO.
SHIP LAP-PUIn. S2301 ; 0. G. Nor
2 , $21 00 ; O. G. No. 1 , 8i 00.
OEILlNO-l-In. No. 3 , 82500 ; j In.
No 2 , $ .17 00 ; J-lu. No. 1 , 642 GO.
FINISHING-Mn. No,3 , ? 37 . " 0 ! Mn.
No 2 , $13 CO ; Mn. No , 1 , SIS GO.
THICK FINISH [email protected] * > 00.
TAHUED FKLT-Pcr Ib , 3a
STRAW BOARD-t'cr ll > , 3e.
BKAR OUKEK LIMK SI 25.
PLASfKIl PARIS-82. .
LOUISVILLE OKMBNT-8200.
Dulldlrg Materl.il.
LIME Per barrel , $ L 85 ; bulk p r bn
S5o , Cement , bbl , $2 GO. Iowa plaito
bbl , S3 BO. Hivlr per bu , 35o. Tan-o
felt 100 Ibi. $3 GO. Straw hoard , $1 CO
PAPER Stmw paper , Sc ; rag paper ,
4c ; dry goods paper , 7 < J } inamla pnpcr , lOc ;
news pfcper. 8c.
COAL Cumberland blacksmith , 512 ;
Morrla Run Blossburg , $12 } Whitehreast
lump , $0 f 0 ; WhitebroAst nut. C-0 f.0 | Iowa
lump , $0 60 : Iowa uut $060Rock Springs ,
SS ; Anthracite , all sizes , 12 00 ® 12 CO.
Drurt.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS -Acid
Carbolic , 50c ; Acid , Tartarlc , GOc ; Balsam
Copabla , per Ib , 75c ; Bark , 8as fran , per
Ib , 14c ; Calomel , per Ib , 7Gc ; Clnchonldtu ,
per oz , $100 ; Chloroform , per Ib , lOOi
Dover's powders , per Ib , $1 40 ; Epscrr
alts , i > cr Ib. Sic ; Glycerine , pure , per Ib ,
45c ; Lead , Acetate , per lh , 2-1 c ;
Oil , Castor , No. 1 , per gal , * 1 25) )
Oil , Castor , No. 3 , per gal , $120 ; Oil ,
live , per pal. 81 60 ; Oil , Origanum , GOo
iplum , S5 25 ; Quinine P. & W. A R. & S. ,
> cr oz , $2 40 ; Potassium. Iodide , per Ib ;
2 35 ; Salacin , par or40o ; Sulphate of
lorphlne , per oz. $4 00 ; Sulphur ( lour ,
or ID , 4Jc ; Strychnine , nor oz , $1 CO.
Wool.
Merino unwashed , light , [email protected] ; heavy ,
[email protected] ; medium unwashed , light , [email protected] ;
washed , choice , 32c : fair , 80u tub-dingy
ud w. , 28c ; hurry , black and catted wooU
@ 6c loss
Hldei F-urt , Etc.
HIDES Ureon butchor'a hide , ; G\H.7c \
ured 7Jc ; hides , croon salt , part cured to
tides , Glc ; dry flint , Round. 1314c ; dry
calf nnd kip , [email protected] ; dry salt hldca.-flouinl ,
[email protected] : crcen calf , wt 8 to 15 Iba. . lOfiftllcj
Teen calf , wt , under 8 Jba , per kin , GOo :
aeon pelts , [email protected] 23 ; green lamb skins ,
'il ' [email protected] ; damaged hides , two-third rate ,
cut scored and ono grub , classed two-
Lirds rate , ) branded hides 10 per cent. off.
Coon skins. No. 1. 45c ; No. 2 , SOc ; No. 3 ,
.M , ; No. 4 , lOc. Mink , No. 1 , GOc ; No. 2 ,
SOc ; No. 3 , IGc ; No. 4 , 5o. Fox , No. 1 ,
GOc ; No. 2,25c. Skunk , No. 1 , black ,
ioc ; abort utrlpo , 40ni narrow stripe 'Kc
' -road - etrlpe , lOc. Tallow , Gc.
Leather.
Oak sole , 38c to 42c ; hemlock su'c , 2So to
IGc ; heinlnck kip , SOo to lOOj runn'r ,
Wo to SOc ; hemlock clf , 85c to 120 ; bun-
ock upptr , 23o to 2Gc ; oak U' ' per , 2Ic
alligator , 4 00 to G GO ; calf kid , 323 : > c
Greisen kid , 2 GO to 2 7G ; oak kip , hUc to
1 00 ; oak calf , 1JO to 1 30 ; French kip ,
110 to ] GG ; F.ench calf , 1 25 to 2 00 ; run-
setts. 5 50 to 7 50 ; linings , G 00 to 8 GO ;
opt mga , 9 TO to 10 GO ; Is L. Morocco , 30o
; o 35c ; pebble U. D. Morocco , 35c ; slmon ,
2 tO to 3 00.
IIARNESS-No. 1 star oak , 45c ; No i
do , SOc ; No. 1 Ohio oak , SOc ; No. 2 do
37c ; No. 1 Milwaukee , 37cj No. 2do , 35c
Council BlnHfe Market.
COD.VOIL BLOWS , April 14.
Flour Crystal Mills Golden Sheal ,
) GO ; California Eureka , patent , S 8U ; bes
jrand of Kansas , 3 G03 00 ; KaVuas anc
Missouri flour 3 [email protected] 25 ; graham , 3 75
rye flour , S 40.
Bran and Shorts 20 00 per ton
Chop Corn 24 00 per ton.
Wheat No. 2 , [email protected] ; No. 3 , 73o
rejected , G2c.
Corn GG.
Oats No. 2 , GOc ; rejected , 40c.
Barley No. 2 , OOc : No. 3 , 7flo ,
Hay Lee < < e , 5 [email protected] 00.
Wood-G 00G 00.
Wool [email protected]
Butter Creamery , 35o ; in rolls , wrap.
t > ed , [email protected] ; rolls not wrapped , SOo ; mixed
co'or ? , 1520c.
Egga lOo.
Potatoes 1 30 ; Salt Lake , 1 GO.
Onioiw 1 251 40.
Dresacd Poultry Chickens , lOc ; duckf ,
lOc ; geceo , 12Je ; turkeys , 12JC.
Live Chickens 2 [email protected] 00 per dozen.
JLToanoo.
CUIOAOO. April 14.
Flour In good dotonnJ , > ud prices
firm for spring wheat 11 ur ; 4757 00 for
: oi&rnon t > cholco western ; 5 00 ( 7 60
fo common to fancy Minntsotasanfl 760 ®
J75 for patents ; winter \thrat flour , 0 00 ®
7 00 : fair to clioiao rye , [email protected] ! 00.
Wheat No. 2 active nud unsettled at
lilgher rtrict. The market opened , utronger
md o higher , then broke off IJo forte
loading nature , then advanced sharply ,
and sold on the regular call baiirtat
130 for April ; 1 29J for May nnd'June ;
1 2tg for July ; 1 H fur August , ami
I 04 for the year ; cloning on call at 1 35 1
for cash ; 1 8U fur April ; 1 294 lot Hay aail
June ; 1 25i for July ; llfjj for August ;
IWJ for the year ; No. 3 , 1 [email protected] 134 ;
rejected , nominal.
Corn Wai active and uniettled , Oucta-
utiag witbin a wide range , At the
opening the market wan firm at go td-
ranee , but toward Ti"nn tbo offerings
largely exoeedod the a l nd , and prices
rccedfd ® ' . ' ) with llb.iil salon , after-
worJs became firm , uud closed on rojru'ar '
board at 7 < Jc for cn < h and April ; 77 o
For May : 7Co for .lune and July ; 74 ®
74io for September ; [email protected] for tho. year ,
cloning on call at 74jo fur Aprl ! : 77jfo for
May ; 7Go for June ; 76jc | for .July ; 754c
[ or Augost ; ISle for the year ; high nil ted ,
[email protected] c ; rejected , [email protected]
Oats - No. 2 Hteatiy with uinall offering" ,
closing ou call at 62a for cti-hj 60a tor
April ; 63Jo for May ; 5Jo for June ; 4Gjjc
lor July : 35c fur tno year ,
Rye ? } o. 2 firm and utoady ; 82 for
caihand April ; 86 0 May.
Barley Domauu 11 , lit nnd offerings
email : No. 2 , 1 10 ; No 3 , 02o.
Bulk Moatit Ftiitly nUive , but mainly
ou speculative aocoiiut ,
Purk Mi'Ba opened lower , but noon
rallied and eloped firm on regulnr board ,
closing on call at 183. @ 18 40 for caxlij
18 4U for May ; 18 374 ( or Junf ; 18 77i
for July ; 10 70 for the year.
Lard Steady and offering * fref , cloxlrg
on call at 11 [email protected] 4U for cash and May :
II 624 for June
Butter Quiet and it adyj choice
to fancy creamery , -40c < ; fair to good ,
333f > c ; frexh packlcg , [email protected] ; low
gradea , [email protected]
Eggu Quiet ; iialei irere made at UJc.
Reo'U. Bhlpm'U
Flour . 6,310 8,436
Wheat . 0,180 3,161
Cora . , . . , 44 , 80 312,019
Oata . 4M8L 6,602
Rye . , . .101,900 3,485
Barley . 8,001 4,676
Chicago Live Stock ,
CHJOAOO , ArrilH.
Thd Drnveri Journal rettorU M foil we
I Jog a - Irregular and unsettled with Bales
at a lower pr.ce ; common t < i good mixed ,
0 [email protected] 10 ; Wavy packlnf ( , 7 15(87 6 ; light
h gf , weaker , 0 60(37 ( JOj m Irm and euils.
610o lower , 6 [email protected] 60 , RecripU , 22.0.0
bead ,
Cnttlf Chilce shipping cxpnrt ateen
sold at [email protected] advance. Though the lower
grbde * were Rteudy the general market ai
brlik at fnrtner rau in11 casei : ihlpptna
Cf.ttle [email protected] ; mixed buteher'i Vlook
in good demand at 8 [email protected] 00 ; utooken and
locdtr * , 300 5 02 , ReoelpU , 6,600.
Bhtep Tradinu was briik ana itrong al
i > n advance and atmand rxxL I M , ft *
2,600.
V ,
f
New Tork Prodne * .
NRW YOHK , Aptil H.
Hour Qniet and steady ; No. 2 , 3 00 ®
< 00 ; superfine , 4 0)4 ) R ; nonthern flnnr
In fair driiund ; common to choice extra ,
5 [email protected] 60.
Wheat -Cari nnd noir by rlMIvery
strong nuj \ < & \\c \ hicbrr ; option * lower :
No. 3 ted , 1 4 IfrfJl 4 \ \ No 1 white , 1 41
f < 5142j ; No. 2 red May , 1 44 | ' 145 ( do
Ja t , 1 41 < CU 4ij ! < 1 July , 1 [email protected] ,
Corr , Oa > h loU -higher im'l ttrouj.or. ; .
t'.oni higlicr , but lo t the mlvniuo. closing
with mcra strength ; itngradHl mixed , 7" ?
@ 8JJsj No. 2 new , 87cj No. 2 mixed
M' ' i. S."c ; ib May , 8i4B8lJi : ; do June ,
.
O.ttit Opened un'ett'cd nd lower , clos-
ingstfadlei ; NIL 1 nhitir.2i ( < f < Uc : No. 2.
( c : X i t Iniied , ( rOcj inixdl we > terti , t9
tfttlo ; No. 2 mive < l April , 6''iM jo.
Hy Slo-idy nt OOfeOllc.
B.ilcy-Uui ) .
Pork Dull and weak at 17 0'K1S 0" > .
Larl htmeratll 60 for c h ; 1160 ®
1U24 f.rA.rll.
Wiiliky Nominal.
Potrolo tin Quiet mid firm ; nn ted ,
80c ; crude In barrel * , [email protected] ! ; naptlia jn
ban sin , tic.
Olnoinnnti lro < lnoo.
CINCINNATI. April 14 ,
Moss Uork Stoiy nt 18 60 ® 18 75.
Lnrd Piiaie utoaiit , it In coed u-qiieft
atllH.
Bulk . .MatClflftr fiJcs , 10 60QMO 64.
lUcon Clear Met , in goud uoinniid HC
11 12.
Flour Winter family , firm al5S03CtCO. ,
WheatHigher.No. . 2 ml , 1 S31 35.
Corn Firm , No. ! i nilxo I , 78Jo.
Oats Supply lljht and uiatket excited ,
Ni > , 2 mix oil , 5uc.
llye Fair demand and higher , No , 2
83.
83.B
B rley Fair demand firm nt [email protected] 03.
WhUky Flrutnud iinchinjrd at 1 17.
Now York Dry- Good * .
NKW YOIK , April 14.
Operations on the purt of picltr e buy-
era were continued < n inodeinte scale to
day , but good tnnnv orders for rraftmut-
ments wcrj rtC'lr < l by uinil and wt e
from Fotiut western BU t n ar by tnnrVcti ,
The jobbing trade remains In ibout the
same condition reported of late , aud
though the demand i * much 1cm active
than iv ihnrt time a n. mont of tlie leading
houses are doing n fairly iiktlifao ory busi
ness in both stapli ) nut depnr'nient goods ,
and there I * iv cheerful feeling in this
branch of trade ,
Kansas' City Prrxluoo Murlrct-
KANHAH CITT. April 14.
Wheat Firmer ml higher ; NIS 2 , cash ,
118 ; No. .Vault , lUc ; Aptil , 04o ; May ,
Wo ; June , 0 K" No. 4 c.uli , 83o ; April ,
831cIInv. ; 83c.
Corn Viimi-r and higher ; Nn. 2 mixed ,
cnflh , 7IJc ; i\ \ | > iil 73a ; Aluy , 71J ; June ,
VUjc ; No.2 white n.ixcd , c.mli , 8Uj.
Oat No , " cash , Mo ,
Ryu No. 2 , Apr.l , 75c.Rco'ts.
Rco'ts. Chlpm'ts.
Wheat 880 ( !
Corn 0,678 12,0i2
Enst Liberty Hvo Stock.
KAHT LIUKKTY. Pa , , A pi I114
Cittle N tbinp ; rocelptu , 165 head ;
shipnientH , oil head ,
lions Firm ; ro clt > t , 1,500 h ad : chi
mentH , 1,410 lioul'ork ; ' n > , 640 < a,7 15.
Sheep Fair nod ( trices uucliungtid ;
rcccipU , OJO bead ; sliipuiente , 1,100 head.
Cotton Market-
NKW Yumc. April 14
Spot cotton U quoted at 1-1(1 ( higher ;
middling n land , ID- , ' . SaleK-lilO btlvi
to epinners aad 310 bales wore i e'.Irarec '
on contracts.
Futures closed barely stsody ; April fi 1C (
and May to August , inclusive , 1MO (
dearer tMin yeftenlav. and the lu'o mnn'bn
netilectoH ; April , 12 30 : May 1238 ; June ,
[email protected] : July , [email protected] ; August ,
12.83g)12. ( ) 81.
Toledo Prodnoo ;
TOLEDO. April 14 ,
Wheat-Firm ; Nn. 2 1 37 lor malt
ICG } for April ; 130 for May ; 1 SOJ fo
Juro ; 114J for July ; ' 110 lor Auguot ;
11 J for th ya.r.
C ru Steady at 80 0 fur high mixed ;
7Ho ! for No. 2ca h ; VSjo fur April ; 77o
for May ; 7G&3 & fur June ; f.7o . for the yo&r.
OaU Quitt ; No. 2 , Gc.
ICansaa City Live Stock.
KA.NSAU OITV , Auril 14.
Cattle RpoeiptH 1U8 head ; xhipuiunta ,
278 head. Mttrkct Htiong , nctivo , and unchanged -
changed prices ; untivo 8hipi > erH , G [email protected]
7' ; native utockerr , 3 [email protected] 25 ; native
c < mv , 2'GOCo4 ; 00.
HoB'H lUceijil 1 , 2,355head ; fhipmfnt" ,
1,761 head. Market uteady at Tliurtday'ii
prices. Extreme rnnva Raltu from 4 25 ®
7 25 ; bulk Irum 4 OOfeO 90.
Poorin. Produce.
PuoniA , April 14.
Corn Firm nnd irregular ; high mixed ,
Uutu Finn ; No. 2 white , 644c.
Rye Firm and higher ; Nu. 2 , 87 ®
8 to.
to.Highwlnes Unchanged nt 117.
R o't . Shlp'ts.
Wheat 2,250 950
Corn 40,000 60,000
Oatn 3,305 9,376
Rye 2,700 300
Barley 1,100 noun
JLivervool Produce.
I IVHKPOOI. , April 14.
American Flour KM&1Z * .
WhPat-Wluttr.l9 10d4illOrtGd : white ,
Ori [email protected] < lid ; t-pnW , 9 > © 10ii ; club , ft lid
@ 10i 4J. \
Cuin-Ci 6d for new and M 8d for ld.
Pork 80s.
Lird-o&u Od.
Olevel uid Market.
CUCVBLAJD , April 14.
Petroleum Unchanged ; BUndard white ,
110 tent , GJo ,
.
1 1 o " f
Turpciitlno Market-
WILMINOTON , N. O. , April 14.
Rwtln Hrui f"r lt ued ,
HpIritH 65o
Tur SUaiiyat 1 7C.
_
FliiloaolpIilM Prodnoai
PlIILADELVIlIA , April 14 ,
Firmer ; ! 4-11(31 ( 40 for cash and
April ; 1434-Kl 44 for AUv.
Cora Firm ; [email protected] for April ; 8IJ ®
66c for M y.
Oati Firm ; 6567o forcoeh ) [email protected]
for April.
Ryo- Quiet , at B9c.
Buffalo Xilve Stock.
KAUT BuirrAcx ) , April 14.
Uo Receipts , 88 c-ir ; vhiimmnU , 3-1
can ; Kood Yorkers , 7 307 7 ; uiwlram,7C5
0)1 76.
_ _
Baltimore Produce.
BAITIMOR * . April 14.
Flmir Flrroeri faaally , [email protected] > ; X ,
7 [email protected] 20.
Wheat Southern utrondj fult , 145 ®
1 60 ; longberry , 1 26 ® 1 27 for cash.
Cora-WLIte couthemdall atOOJjyel.
low , strong at B8o.
I'AKTIOULAU NOIICR.
Wlion you have trlud all otkoi >
gliMKoa aud ipoctacloi and yon oannol
bo nuitcd , call ou Kdholiu & Ericksoi >
and got A p lr of the ganulno Btar
tiutod Hpoctaclea or J2ye ( llaueoi
ThayvUlvuit wren all other * fail
Thoto are Bold ezclutlvvly by ua it
Nebraska , Wyomiug , Utah , Iowa au <
Katuu. Ed helm & rioluon. op
polite poetoffico , OmaHa. "
Bpaelotu light oftoea for rent i
UOelWaan treot. Apply to Job
H. V. IkBMn A Oo.'i.
WAHOO WJOKEDMESS-
Tbo Worfc of tno Urnnd Jury-The
Trial of the Raiders nnd
Otbor Itoros.
Corrc'ponctf nee ol Tlift Dee.
Wxlioo , April 13.Dlstiiot court
ixdjournctl to-dny. The grand jury in
session last -week nont in n batch of
inclictmonta including nearly every
anloon kcopcr in Iho county , also the
four inon nnested seine time njo for
raiding the Independent office and W ,
II. Dickinson , the mnn accused of in-
stigntinp the rnid. Ono of the raiders -
ors , l av.v Hcatch , wont to trial last
Monday morning and tliis morning
the jury failed to ngroc , which put *
the whole thing ever to the next fall
term. The prosecution was conducted
by Bitliict Attorney llccne , nsiiatud
by Attorney Gray , of Fremont. The
defense by Attorneys Boll , Wright
and Sornbor cr , of Wahoo , nnd 0.1' .
Mason , of Lincoln ,
Much dissatisfaction is expressed on
account of the jury failing to agree.
Mis a Joau iA Knnball lectured hero
last night under the auspices of the
\V , 0. T , U. Slis had n full house
mid will Icuturo again to-night.
The organization of the Wahoo
school district vri\a changed nt the
annual muoting from that ot the old
form of n board of three olllcurs to
that ot nix titMtecs , and the following
named puraona elected aa nuch , viz. :
H. G Ikuraon , J. O. Liudo , Otto
Uatouborg , Wui. Bull , F. AL Stratton
and llenry Anderson. The board
organir.od by electing F. M. Stratton
dirertor , H. Gilkcrson moderator and
Wui. Bull truauuror. The old toaohora
were nil retained fur the spring term
of two months. AVKIIS.
Tbo Half Century of Sufferers.
SchurlcrSuu ,
Tliu female BUfTragiata of Nebraska
appear to meet with little encourage
mont. The movement has rcaolfod
itaulf into tliu care of n few aelf con
stituted leaders , who would Jmvo it
nppuar that thoao for wliom the boon
of BuUYago is asked are oarncat ad
vocates. Tlio recent election of
school ofllccrs throughout the
Btuta boara nmple testimony to
the oft repcatod fact that the
great mass of women throughout the
atuto neither ask nor care for the bal
lot , At the school meetings hold in
every district iu the elate , whrro
tvomuu posaesa the eamo right of vo
ting aa the men , thcro were less than
ono haudrod bnllota dopoaitod by
women , The grout cry raised by the
ndvocntes of female autfrago baa boon
that the influence of women in public
affairs would bo bonoflcial. There ia
no phase of public niliura thnt women ,
ua n claaa , BO fully comprehend
and upoiO which they could ox
urt an influence so wholesome and
intelligent , ' aa that relating to our
ay at oui of public education. And
yet , in Nebraska , whore the great
battle for equal rights and emancipa
tion is going forward ; just at that au
premo mtmont wlion patriotitm in the
fetnulo heart should huvo boon ablaze
there could bo mustered in the whole
state fifty or sixty followers. Tin
whole question has resolved itaol
into this ; There are about fifb
women in the state of Nebraska who
wish to voto. Shall wo amend th
constitution of the state to accommo
duto this half century of females ?
A Mournful Soono ,
Now YorV limes.
Aa a people wo may aomctimes bi
wanting in respect for our great ant
good mon while they are living , bu
wo are quick to recognize their virtue
after they are dead. The late Mr
Jessie James , whqjwaa ono of the ablea
iiiurdurera and unquestionably th
leading robber in the utato of Missonr
before ho was assassinated by anothe
loading robber hired for that purpose
by the governor of the .state , was fre
quently spoken of in disrespectful
terms by MUsourians who had left the
state aud did not intend to return to
it. Now , however , thut Air. James is
uecuroly dead , the honors which have
boon paid to his body and his memory
show that the western people con appreciate -
preciato true greatness at its real
worth.
The funeral of Mr. James was , hold
at various houses on Wednesday last
at the town of Kearney , the whole
day being spent in funeral overciaoa ,
The body lay in state in the morning
at the Netherton hotel , whore thous
ands or people came to see it , and so
deeply wore oven 'the habitually
bard hearts of railway mon stirred
that the conductor of u train paabtng
through the town stopped long enough
to permit his passengers to pay a tribute - .
bute of respect to the great man. Hun
and women gazed compassionately upon
the corpse , and moat of thorn express
ed the opinion that the governor had
"played it pretty low down on the re
mains , " and that the latter Iwdu't a
fair ahoT. "
At noon the first part of the funeral
was celebrated at the local liaptiut
meeting house. An ordinary honest
citizen can usually bo successfully
buried by ono able-bodied Baptist
preacher , but on this occasion two
were thought nuo ) Bnsryl and one of
them was no Ions H persou than the
"President of Liberty college"
wherever that may bo. The body
was carried from the hotel to the
mooting houec nt the head of au im
posing procwaion. The hew-so was
followed by 'carriage * oouUining the
family of thu deoeued ; a detachment
of mounted ofliocn ; a wsgon contain
ing representatives of the | KM , and
finally by the "citizens gontr. lly , "
the later division consisting of an im
mense crowd on foot , horceback or in if.
carriages. The miulttor mot the oof
fin bt the door of his f stabUahment
5
and with the help of his clerical broth
er lavished prayerd , hymns , and aer
mon a upon the docoaisod hero , inud
Tcrtontly urging hU hearers not t
r neglect their salvation , and not to ex
t cite , the half .brother of the corpse wh
u wua ) } iug at the point of death.
- From the mooting houto the bed
. was taken by the pMl-b + 'orern on
1.iu of whom was the sheriff , while tb
iu otbun wore loading citizens , einiuen
id either' ' in respectability or crime t
P- the dotolato homo of. the bereave
family. In apito of the eloquec
preacher's requtatjtuat the half-broth
or , "Johnny , " should not bo excitec
at the corpse was taken Into Johuny
in room and laid by his bed where h
could iakoalMt fond kx k at it. Tb
ccne that followed WAS Tory touching ,
md there was not n dry eye 3n the
ouso , but it is feared that "Johnny"
annot aurriro the incitement to
which ho was subjected , nnd that nn-
thor valuable life will ba lost.
At the graro there was some funcr-
I fresh Baptist preacher being em-
> loyed , who prayed and
, Bang , cx-
orted witli tremendous energy ,
'hero wore present the widow and
mother of the dead man , and they do-
ounccd the sheriff with great bitter-
eta , The noble officer assured the
mother that while ho lived she would ,
over lack for a coat , but that ho had
nly ilono hi.i duty in connection with
ho cutting ofTof the Into Mr. James
though what his precise connection
nh that event was nobody has yet
cen nblo to discover. The mother ,
: tor dinplaying wonderful command
: strong langtiugo in upbrtiiding the
uirdororsof her Eonfainted nwayand
as carried to the house by w eping
nd sympathizing bystanders. The
.ipltst preacher having by this time
un down , the grave was hastily , iilled
oforo ho could bo wound up again ,
inn precaution ngninat liproworalnporn
f the relic-awaking kind , rho grave
aa Tilled up with stones , and an arm-
el guard of honor now watches day
nd night over the sacred 'spot.
The family of the deceased cannot
> o expected to fool reconciled to their
ad loss , but it must bo admitted that
rith the poasibla exception of the
mtlior and the widow its members
low n truly Christian spirit. The
liiidron nightly "pray to God that
Fnclo Frank who is in all respects a
worthy brother of the Into Jessie
iay bo spared. " Lot us hope that ho
vill bo. A career of useful and bril-
iant crime like that hitherto followed
ly "Uncle Frank , " ought not to bo
ircmaturoly chocked. The losa of
no of the Jamca brothers is probably
11 that the weeping community could
ar.
In whatever light thq story of the
ifo nnd death of Jessie James is con-
cmplatcd , it must fill every thought-
til man with hope for the future of
ho rising generation of Missouiiana.
ilr. Jainoa rose to eminence as n mur-
loror and robber , and his exploits
mvo long been the wonder nnd ad-
niration of the small boy of Missouri
find the rest of the union. Ho came
o hia death , not by the hands of the
langman , but by the shot of the as-
ansln , of w horn the governor > f the
tate ia nn accomplice unless ho has
teen I'roally misrepresented a cir-
umstanco which 1ms already , nppar-
ntly , sanctified the outlaw's memory
.monc ; hia fellow citizens Finally ,
ilr. James' dead body was buried by
uoro Baptiat ministers , and with the
lympathizing attendance of more peo-
) lo than could bo got together to bury
holiest law-abiding citizens of Mis-
aouri. If , in the face of the teaching
) f tliis man's life and death , the Mis
souri small boys grow up to look mur
der and robbery as anything but tho"
ogitimnto pursuit of mon of spirit , ju
venile education must have very little
"nlluenco.
Plenty of Oaimod Goods at Win.
jontlomim'B. Apr 11-51
MASTER'S SALE.
Publls notice li hcrrbr glvtn thtt purinant to
decree of the United states Circuit court , dis
trict ol NobtMka , betting iUtj January ,
1S82 , In a cimto there depending In salt ! court ,
iThor.ln JamvB.UiMjrovdnnd William 1'ollock ,
kUu Inlitrftlomi.f JituctfE. Drown , deceuod ,
wcru compUliunt * and The Omabaand North-
wi'utirn liuliroid Comptny , John A Ilorbach ,
Balllo Il3ib cli , Kiancls Smith , Herman
Kounlia , frank Murphy , Henry W. Yotca and
ohti A. Croljfhtouwcrodefcndanta. I will at
12 o'clock uoon on the lOlli day rl M jr at the
front door ol the O-sutt House at Telcunah
Hurt County , Nror.ioka , offer forcalo lor cub
In Hand to the hlchtat bidder.
Tim following loUi la tlie town o ! Tetamih ,
Hurt County Nebrulcn , and described u follows.
Lola numker 3 and 0 In b1w S ) .
" ' 6 , 7 , and li in .40 IT.
" " 1 an < l ( S In biaifK.
" 0 and 0 In hldVlO.
" " ? , 4 and ri block 41.
4 , Sand ( I In block 40.
4 , 6 , 7 end 8 In blocks SO.
4 and 6 I n block as.
2 , 0,7 and Bin block 4 1.
4 and 0 In block 42 ,
8anii01nrjloci l47.
( I In block C9.
i 1 , 2 , 6. 0 , 7 and 8 In block OS.
2 , 3 , 4 and 8 In block 67.
0 In block 60.
1,7,4,6,0 and 8 In block 7 .
la-.d Ola block 73.
3,4 , and 0 In b.ock 74.
fi In block 76. >
1 and 2 In block 07.
1,8 nnd 6 In block 68.
2 In hloc'tO * .
a In bloc * 01.
1,408 In block 100. . ,
1 and 4 In block 101
1. 2 , 8 , 4,6. 0 , nJ 8 In block IBS ,
2 ano t iu Mock 121 ,
1 , a , and B In block 123.
2 , 6 , and 0 In block Hi.
2 , 4 and 0 In block 129.
Abe the folljiriny InU In the Uallraad ad
dltlonato the tnnntf ToVmn h :
laU number 3 , 4 , , 0 , 10 , 11 , IS , 14 and 17 l
block 2.
ix > l nuiabarS , 4 , P , 9 and 12 In block 3.
" " 9. S and 4 ID block 4.
" ' alublockE.
" " 8 , 4 , 0,10 and 11 In block 0. <
" " DI'ndTlnMockT.
" . " S , 10,12,1510 17 18-'aud 00 IB
Woe * T.
Lot number 6 In block P. ' '
" " 4 , 6 , 7,10 , nd 12 In block 0.
" " 1.1 , 4 and 61 > block 10.
" < < 6 nd fl In block 1 * .
" " 1 In b'ock IS.
Out lot Sand Oat Jot 1.
1.uvrfoiiT a , IIUI.L.
Uiwtcr In Chauarr , U. U. Circuit Oonrt.
Outaba April Uth 16t2. dl-irti
AWNINGS !
Made to Order on Short Notice-
GEDEHWALD & SOHEOEDER'S
Harness Store.
1508 FARNAM BTUEES.
D. 6. BENTON ,
-
. ATTORNEY AT - LAW
JUSHAUJf PLOCK.
:
r- - A , P , BERQUEST & BBOi ,
dto >
to Uanufaoturora of
x-
nebo Carriages , ; Baggies , ExpreiB-
"WaeoDB , Spr'ng ' Trucks ,
(
bent Road Wagons ,
to
ed 410 B. 13th1 Street.4
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OMCA.HA WEBJfABKA. , .
Mate of B { * trinr fronptly aU n < M U.
ho An Work Warranted.

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