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    - i.JUL.CJOMAHA DAILY TUESDAYTEBRUARY
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
FINANCIAL.
, NEW YOUK , February 27.
MONET.
. Money clo cd nt ! \ > er cent.
Exchange clojed firm nt I 83Ji@J 70J.
' , oovuii.sm.ST nosna.
'j Go\ernmenls closed strong.
V Cuncncy G's 112 bill
4V coupons 1 18 Mil
x 4J's coupon * . . . . * 114& bid
GV continued I 00 liid
t 6' * Continued 101 1m !
j 11A1LUOAII nONl'3.
1'nclfic railroad bunds closed as follows !
Union Ists 1 15 ® l ltij
Union Land Grants 1 liij © ! 21
Union SiukhiR Fund . .1 22 © I 22J
Centrals 1 1H Jell ( Ifi
STOCKS
The stock market todayins very active ,
ales aggregating f > 0,0 0 shares. A buoyant
tone prevailed and under nil nctUo buying
movement prices advanced sharply
throughout the entire list. Late in the
ilay a weak fccllogsot In , anil there vms
eoino reaction fioin the best fig
nrcs , but part i f the decline
was rcccncroil near tlio close and
the market lelt oil steady nt nil nd * nuc.
1 for tlio day of J@3J per cent. Among
the specinltlca lUclunoiul & Danville
dropped to 103 nnd closed nt 105 ; Erie It I
' Western rose from 318 l ° "ti and Colo-J
1 rado Coil from 4'J to 44 ; Louisville , New ) i I
' Albany & Chbngo rose 5 per cent to d'J.
The following nro the closing bids :
O C C & I. . . . 78i Preferred. . . . 72
W Cen'l Allzona. . 1 Nash Ac Chat. . . 708
D & H 107ij Ohio 3 J
D L & W 115 ! ? Ohio South'n. . . 17
f D & R G 01 ? Omaha 83 j
Erlo : SfiJ Preferred . . . .lOla
Preferred . . . . 70 J Houston & Tex * 07
.E&W 34 1. C 1341
Pieferrcd. . . . 20 IB&W 41
Adams 141 LS 1313
American 01 L & N H5fS
U. S 74 LNA&O..40
H&StJ 014 Michigan Cen'l 83J
Pieferred. . . . 04j M 1 > ! > 7U
.0 . B & Q 112 St. Paul 10'Ji
CC&1C Ill Preferred..123
- OP 01) ) San Francisco. . 3D
O. . 133J Preferred. . . . 61
-C&A 139J 1st Preferred. 88
71 R. & A 2GJ
C&O 21i Standard Oil .116
1st pfa' 33 St P JM. & M..109J
* rt pfd 23J Union Pacific. .115 }
3M&O 28 Wnbash 331
N J C 75 ] Prefeired. . . ( VJj
Northwest i-rn. . 133 Western Union. 88j
preferred 142J Ore Trans 07
NY 0 1321 OreNav 104
N & W , pld. . . 50J PacMail. . . . 41J
Nor. PaciiiC' . . . . 38 Pull. Pal. Car. . 127
OCtOAQO MONEY MAHKET.
ClliOAGO. February 27.
There was a good demand for money ,
the supply of loanable funds being in ex
cess of the wa uts.
Rates were ieasy at G@7 per .cent per
annum.
Eastern exchange between city banks
was sold nt CO i : euts discount per $1,000.
The clearing of the associated bank *
ivere § 7,300,000.
COETJ MERCIAJO.
D
, . , Omaha Wl lolosalo Markot-
1 , rfj ' * ; OFFICE a f Tin OMAHA BKE , )
SL'Hvw * Monday Even 'ng ' , February 27. }
\c'"T * ' j * . jf. The only chanjjes. in the market to-day
1 4 S * _ , ' H - " occurred in grain.
' „ " - Wheat No. 2 det lined Jo ; No. 3 do
* clinedic rejected d 'lined Jc.
. ' i Barley- . 2 decl ined Ic ; No. 3 declined -
' , clined Ic.
Oats Advanced 4o.
Local Qraln Da
WHKAT.-Cash , No. 2 , 108 cash ;
\ o. i , 88c : rejected , 02c.
BAHLEY.-Casii No. ' , ' ; 92c ; No. 8
65c.
65c.RYE. . Cash , G9c.
CORN. Cash No. 2. 44c.
OATS. Cash. 31JP.
STREET PUICES-Coni , . 40(2.15 ( ; oats ,
10@45.
HAY 56 00@6 50 per ton.
Provlilona.
FLOUR Spring wheat , strait ht grade ,
t325@350 ; "Pioneer" Callfornl i , 3400 ;
patent , S3 75@4 50 ; winter wheat straight
grade S3 85@4 25 ; patent , 84 50@,1 OOjgra-
ham rye , S2 50 ; Wheat , S3 00 ; Queen
Bee , ii 25 ; Jasper , 83 87 ; Big Sioux ,
83 50.
RYE FLOUR S3 25.
MILLSTUFFS Bran , per -cwt. 1 10
perton.10.00@17.00 ; fcroenings , periswt.
SOc ; shorts , per swt 1.10 ; chopped Ai'ed ,
p r cwt. 1 20 ; meal bolted , yellow , 1 40 ;
white. SI CO.
° OTATOES Nebraskas , 1 15@1 20.
SWEET POTATOES Genuine MUBC. v
lne,4 @ 5c per Ib.
WILD GEESE Out of market.
EGGS 15@10c.
BUTTER Choice , 30 ; poor , no mar-
kct ; fair , 18@24 ; creamery , 40.
APPLES Good , sound , very ecarco
t 85 50@6 50 per bbl.
LEMONS Steady ; per box , $425 ®
45'J. '
45'J.OKANGKS per box 4 00@4 2 ! > . u , ,
M ALL AG A GRAPES Per bbl. , $8 50 ;
per half bbl. , 34 50.
BEESWAX Yellow , 20@22c.
ONIONS 1 10@1 40 perbushel.
CRANBERRIES Per bbl. , 810 00 ®
il ( 0.
CELERY Per doz. , G5@70o.
t DRESSED GKKSB Per Ib. , 9@llc.
OYSTERS Selects. 4fie ; standards , 35c.
DRESSED CHIOJCENS-Steady nt
10@llc.
DRESSED TURKEYS-12J@13c.
OHEESE-10fe814c.
CASE VALENCIA ORANGES
S3 2T > a. 9 00.
Qrocers Llit ,
ICo.
ICo.TEAS.
TEAS. Gunpowder , good , 4G@55c ;
Choice , C075c ; Imperial , good , 10@15c ;
Choice , C0@75c ; Yoimg Ilybon , coed , 80 ®
SOc ; choice , C5c@ l 00 ; Jupan Nat Leaf ,
35c : .Topan. choice , C0@7rc ; ' Oolong , good ,
S5@40 ; Oolong , cho.ce , 40@55 ; Souchong ,
flood. 3540c ; choice. 354Dc.
SUGARS. Cut loaf. lOJc ; Crushed
; Granulated , lOlc ; Powdered , lOJn
powdered , llic ; Standard Coffee A :
New York Coufectloner'a Standard
\ 'Ijs : Gooil A , 'J5c ; Prairie Extra 0 ,
AtayVfTI"1. . PniHtr hmre , bbU.4.r.f ! > - ! f
b ! , 1 TL ; k .B , I'j ' k.v.U.iu ; , fc'10 ; UIUIM.
table syrup , 42c ; halfbblu , 44o ; kcK , 2 10.
SODA. Dwlght's It ) papers , S3 00 ; Do-
land do , $3 00 ; Church'g , S3 00 ; Keg ioda ,
STARCH. Pearl , 4Jc : Silver Gloss , 81
@ 8Jc ; Com Starch , 8i@9c ; .Excelsior
Gloss. 7c ; Corn , 7ic.
SALT. Dray load/f. per bbl , 2 10 ; Ash-
ton , in sacks , 3 CO ; bbla dairy CO , 5s , 3 45 ;
bbls cinirv. 100. 3u. 8 M.
DRIED FRUJTH-Choice hah eg ,
peaches , pie ,
5 Ib hoxcp , 13c ; Michigan , Bbc ; ew
York applea , 8Jc ; Prunes , old , fijc ; new ,
7 cj Currantu , GJ@8c ; Blackberries , new ,
01IEK8E Full Cream , 14c ; Part
Hklm Uio.
"f WOODENWARR Two hoop pallf ,
1 05 ; three hoop palls , 2 20 ! No. 1 tub ?
| I 9 W ) ; No. 2 tuba , . 8 60 ; No. S tubs. 7 50
* pioneer wwihboarda. 1 85 Double Crawn ,
i' 2 00 : Wellbucketw , 3 25 ,
J LEAD-Bar , 91G5.
SPIOKS.-Popi.or , 119 ; Allcplw , 19c ;
Cloven , lOc : Nutmetfs , 81 OOi 25ooft ; 8iis
\Uc 81 00.
MA'l'l'HES Per caddlo , OOc ; round
cnoca , S7.0i ! arc CASC , $0.10.
1'ROViaiONS HreakfiMt bfteon , 12J *
: holco lanl , 1-ijic : dried beef , ISic ; nhould-
ers , flci ham * . 13c ; bacon , tides , lie.
NEW PICKLES Medium , In barrels ,
t ! ) 00 ; do hi half bbl . 5 25 ; smalls , In bbls ,
12 00 do , in half bbla , 7 CO ; gherkins , in
bbl . 14 00 ; do , in half bbK 7 50.
VINKOAR Pure npplo extra , IGi :
pure apple , 13c ; Pnt snir wire auulc , IGc.
HOMINY New , 53 50 t > er bbl.
B13ANS Medium , hand picked SI 20
per bushel ; navxvSi 00 ; cilnl navy , SI 00
ROPE Sltnl , T inch nnd larger , 8J ©
Oc ; 1 inch , ! > ic , .
SOAPS-Klik'sS < won Imperial , 330 ;
Klrk'o Mtlnot , 3 SO ; Kirk's standard. 3 05 ;
Khk's whlto Russian , f > OOi KlrkV
Eutoca , 205 : Klik'a Pralrlo Queen ,
(100 ( cakes ) , 3 10 ; Kirk's magnolia , I 5. ©
440.
CANDLES Boxes , 40 Ibs , 10 or , 8s ,
IGojhoxes 40 Ibi. , 10 or. , G' . ICc.
LYE American , 3 40 ; Greenwich , 310 :
Western , i ! 75 ; North Star , 2 60 } l ewis'
lyo. 4 GO.Jewell ; Ije , 27B.
POTASH Pennsylvania cnnn , 4 dnz. ,
In cnse , 3 3 > ; Babbitt's Ball , 2 doz. In cnie ,
1 " 0 ; Anchor Ball 2 do ? In case.,1 60.
FIELD SEKD Rod. clover , choice
new , SO 00 per bushel ; mnmmiith clo\or
new , 8700 ; white clo\cr , new. 31400
U alfa clover , now , $1250 ; aUlke. ne\v ,
$1300. Timothy , good , now , * 3 00 ;
blue grass , extra clean , 81 50 ; blue crn s
clean , § 1 25 ; orchard grass , 52 50 ; red top ,
cholio , 1 03 ; millet , oommon or Missouri ,
SOc ; millet , German , SI 00 to 81 25 ;
Humrnrian , SOc.
HKDOKSEEN Osage orange , 1 to 5
bushels , ? 5 00 ; osage ornngo , 10 bushels or
over , S4 50 ; honey locust , per Ib. , 35c ; per
100 Ibs. , $25 00.
F" ? J Family whlto fish , DO Ib hf bbls ,
S3 75 ; IVo , 1 white fish , 90 Ib hf bbls. G 30 ;
No. 1 white fish , in 10 Ib kits , 1 00 ; family
10 Ib kits , 7Sc ; New Holland herring , per
keg , 1 35 ; Russian sardine * , 7fic : Colm -
bin river salmon , per lOOlhs , 8 00 ; George's
Bank codfish , Gc ; Gen , boneless codlish ;
OJc ; boneless fish , 5Jc.
MACKEREL Half bbls mess mackerel ,
lOOlbs , S1250 ; hfbbl No. lox shore do ,
100 Ibs , G 00 ; hf bbls , fat fnmily do , 100
Ibs , 3 85 ; mess mackerel , 12 Ib kits , 2 25 ;
No. 1 ox shore , 12 Ib do , 1 50 ; No. 1 shore ,
12 Ib do. 1 00 ; fat family , 10 Ib do 75c.
CANNED GOODS Oysters , 2 Ib
( Field's ) , per case , 84 00 ; do 1 Ib ( Field's ) ,
per case , 2 50 : do 2 Ib ( Standard ) , per case ,
3 70 ; do 1 Ib ( standard ) , per case , 2 SO ; do
2 Ib ( slock ) , per case , 2 75 ; do 1 Ib ( slack ) ,
per case , 200. Onions , 380. Salmon , 1
III. per dozen , 1 G0@l 70 ; do 2 lt > , per dozen
2 55. Sardines , small fob , imported , ono
quarter boxes per box , 14Jc ; American ,
quarter boxes j er box , lie ; do half boxes ,
per box , 21Jc. Lobsters , 1 Ib per dozen ,
180. Tomatoes , 230 ; do 3 Ib per
case , 3 30 ; Corn. 2 Ib ( Mountain )
per cose , 3 GO ; soaked corn , 210 ; do
2 Ib ( Yarmouth ) , per case , 360 ;
string beans , per case , 2 25 ; Limn beans
nor case , 2 20. Succotash per cose. 2 25.
Peas , common , per case , 2 00 ; peas , choice ,
per cose , 4 50. Blackberries , 21b , per case ,
280 ; strawberries , 2 Ib , per case , 2 75 :
raspberries. 2 Ib , per case , 275@300.
Damsons , 2 Ib , per case , 2 45. Bartlett
pears per cose , 3 Oo@ 1 00. Whortleber
ries per case , 2 80. Egg plums , 2 Ib per
ci.se , 3 50 ; ( io , choice , 2 lu , per case. 4 50.
Green gngtfs,2 Ib per case , 3 fiO : do choice , "
Ib per case,4 CO. Pine Apples , 2 Ib , per case ,
4 00@5 75. Peaches , 2 Ib per case , 310 :
do 3 Ib , case , G 00@G 50 ; do , ( pie ) , 3 Ib , per
case.385 ; do pic , G lt > , per dozen , 3 50.
RICE Carolina , 8@8ic ; Louiiinna , 74
( ? 8\c ; fair , GJ@7.
PEANUTS Roasted , choice , red Ten-
nessce , 9c per Ib ; fancy white , lOc per Ib ;
raw white Virginia raw , lOc ; roasted ,
Hie.
Dry Goods.
BROWN COTl'ONS-Atlantio A , SJc ;
Appleton XX , 7c ; Atlanta A , 8c ; Boott
FF , SJc ; Buckeye LL , 4-4 , 7c ; Cabot W ,
" ' Chittenango A , GJc ; breat Falls E ,
. , - Hoosier , GJc ; Honest Width , 73c : Inn -
, n Head A , SJc ; Indian Standard A ,
83c ; Indian Orchard d. w. , SJc ; Lawrence
LL , 7c ; Mystic River , 7Jc ; Pequot A , SJc ;
Shawmut LL , 7c ; Utica 0 , SJc ; Waclms-
ett B , 7jc ; do A , SJc ; do E 48 , 12Jc ; Wai
cott BB , 8Jc.
FINE BROWN COTTONS-Allendale
4-4 : 74c ; Alligator 3-4 , 3c ; Argyle 4-4 , 7c ;
Atlantic LL. GJc ; Badger State X 4-4 , 7c ;
Bennington C 4-4 , GJc ; Buckeye S. 4-4 , GJcc
Indian Orchard AA 9-8 , SJc ; Laoonia O
39 , 8Jc ; Lehigh E 4-4 , 9Jc ; Lonsdolo 4-4 ,
lOc ; Pepperell N 30 , 7c ; do O 32 , 71c ; do R
30 , 7ic ; do E 39 , 8Jc ; Pocasset C 4-4 , 7o ;
Wani8utta4-4 13o.
BLEACHED COTTONS-Androscog
pin L 4-4,10cBlackstonoA ; A in penal flc ;
do do half bleached 4-4,9c ; Cabot 4-4,8 ? ;
Fidelity4-4 , 9icFruit ; of theLoom.ll ; do
can.bric 4-4,13c ; do WaterTwist.lOJc ; Great
Falls Q , lOJc ; Indian Head shrunk 4-4,121ct
Lonsdale. lOJc ; do cambric 37 , 13c ; New
York Mills. 13e ; Pequot A , lOc ; Pepperell
N G Twills , 12Jc ; Pocahontos 4-4 , 9Jc ;
Pocasset 4-4 , 8Jc ; Utica , He ; Wamsutta
OXX , 13c.
DUCKS Unbleached Atlantic , 10 o
17c ; Baltimore do , IGc ; Lone Star. 8 oz. ,
12c : Sov..go. 18c.
lJl CKS ( Colered ) Albany K brown.
8c ; do C , ilrab lielo \A. , stripes ana
plaids , I21c ; do XXX brown nna drab ,
stripes and plaids , 12Jo ; Arlington fancy ,
19c ; Brunswick brown , 8Jc ; Chariot fancy ,
12Jc ; do extra heavy , 20c ; Fall River
brown , extra heavy , lljc ; Indiana A
brown , 13o : Neponset A brown , 15c.
TICKINGS AmoskenB A O A 32
17Jc ; do XX blue 32 , 18Jc ; Arrowanna ,
OJc ; Claremout B B. 15Jc : Conestoga ex
tra , 17Jc ; Hamilton D , lljc ; Lewiston A
, TO , 15c ; Minnehaha-4-1 , 20c ; Omega super
oxtra4-l. 28c ; Pearl River 32 , IGjc ; Put-
m\m XX blue strljie , 12c ; Shetucket S
frj\c \ ; do S3 12e ; Yeoman's blue 29 , 8Jo
DENIMS. Amoskcak , blue and brown
16Jc' { Andover DD blue , 15jc ; Arlington
blue Scotch , ISJc ; Concord OOO , blue nnc ]
brown , 12Jc : do AAA , do do 13J ; doXXX
do do 14Jc ; Haymaker's blue nnd brown.
OJc ; Myatio River DD stripe , lOJc ; Pearlt
River , Mue and brown , 15Jc ; . Uiicasvillei
blue an'd brown , 13jc.
CAMBRICS Barnard , 5Jc ; Eddystone
lining. 2 1 inch double face , Sjc ; Garner A
jrlniod , fit' ; Manhattan glove finish , 5Jc
Newport do Gc ; do gln/ed , 5jc ; Pccpjot do
5c ; Loukw oed kid hntsh , Gc.
CORSE' * " JEANS Amory , 8cAndros ;
coggin sattten , SJcClarendon ; , GjcjCones-
toga Batteeiu' , 74o ; Hnllowel , 8c ; Indian
Orchard imp.roved , 7Jo ; Nan gnnaett , 7Jc ;
Pepperlll natt nnn OJn ; Rockport , 7Jo
PRINTS- Aliens , GJo | American , GJo ;
Arnold , 7c ; P.'erwlck , lie ; Cocheco , 7c ;
Conestoga. GJo ; Dunkirk , 4Jc ; Dunnell ,
GJ@7c ; Eddyutone. 7c : Gloucester , Go ]
Harmony , SJc ; Knickerbocker , GJu ; Mer-
rlmao D , 7o ; M.vstic , 5Jc ; Sprafucs , Go :
Southbridga , Go ; do. Ginghams , 7o ; llarl-
bor , 5c ; Oriunt il OJc.
GINGHAMS Ampskcag , lOJc ; Amos-
ke'iif dress 12 > Arcry'e ' , lOJc ; Atlantic ,
! ) c : Cumberland , 7Jc ; Highland , SJc
Kenilworth , SJc ; V'lun kott , lOJo ; Sus-
HOX. 8c ,
COTTONADKS Ahbervlllo 13Jc ;
Agate , We ; American , lie ; Artislan , 20c
Cairo D nnd T , 13Jo : Clarion D nnd T ,
I7jo ; Deiicau Co.ntripeH DnndT , IGc ; Keystone -
stone , liljc : JJpntuekct , lOc ; Nonpareil ,
IGc. Uceuui ) anu I , J..Jf ; Koynl ,
t of the Loom 10-1. 27J ; Now
_ I , 3.5c ; do 78 , 30o ; do fiS , 22Jo ;
Pombioke 10-4 , 25c ; Pequdt 10-4 , 28ic ; do
7-1 , 10c ; do 49 , IGo ; Peppcrcll 00 , gOc ;
do 07 , 21c ; do 67 , 18c ; Utica 00 , 35o ; do
53 , 22Jc ; do 48 , 17omid
mid Tobnccot.
CIGARS. Heed * , 815.00 ; Connettlcut ,
825.00 ; Mixed , $35.00 ; Seed Havana ,
§ 50.00 ; ClearHavaua , 57C.OO.
TOBACCO - PLUG. - Golden Rule ,
21 Ib , GOcSpotted Fawn , Glc ; Our Rope ,
line quality , G2c ; Star , pound ? , 24
/b , butU GOo ; Horeu Shoe , pounds ,
2 Ib , butU , GOc ; Gilt Edge ,
pounds , 21 Ib , butta , ( X ) ; Army and Navy ,
jxmnciX 65c ; liulllon , poiuida , GOo ; Lorll-
lard's O'unnx , pounds , Glc.
FINK OUT In ivxlls. Hani to Beat ,
75c ; Golden Thrcod , 70c ; FounUln , 80c ;
Favorit * , G5c ; llocky Mountain , GOc ;
Fancy , 65c ; Daliy , 60o. In tin foil
C tllas O. 8. , r > Ib lxxes i > er Ib G3c ; Ixirl-
lllartl's Tiger , ( > 5c ; Diamond Crown , Gflo.
SMOKING All criulcs-Common. 25 to
* ! 3o. Gramilatpd Blaokwclls Durham , 10
or. 6lc ; Dukci Durham , 10 oz , 60c ; Seal of
North Carolina , 10 oz , 4G ; Seal of Ncbran-
c , 10 oz , 38c ; jAmoJack , 4 or , linen baps
porlb , 81.35 ; Mnrburgs'Puck , 2 oz , tin
oil , 5 6c ! DOR Trill. COc.
Pnlnlt Old * nd Varnlahei ,
PAINTS IN Dili White lead , Omalu
P. P. , 7c ; whlto lead , O. P. & 0. Co.puro ,
5" ; Marseilles green , 1 to 5 Ib cans , l 0o ;
French zinc , gi ; "ii Real. 12c ; French rlno ,
red foal , lie ; French zinc , In varnish as v ,
iOo ; French xlnce , In nil asst , 15c ; Raw
and burnt umber , 1 Ib cius 12ct raw nml
burnt Sicnnn , 13c : Vandyke brown , 13 ;
i-cfincd lampblack , 12c ; coach black , lpc ;
i"ory black , IGc ; drop black , ICc ; Prussian
blue , SOo ; ultramarine blue , 18c ; cliromo
green , TJ. M. k D. , 14oj blind and shutter
L-reen , L. M. fc D. , lie ! Parli Rrcen. ISc ;
Iiiilian red , 15ci Venetian red , Stc ; TIMCIW
drt , 22c ; American Vcnnllltxl , I. &P. , ISc ;
ohromo yallow , L. , M. , 0. & I ) 0. , 18c ;
yellow orhrc , 9o ; golden ochre , 18 ; patent
ilryer , Gc ; graining colori : light - k , dark
oat , walnut , chestnut and ash 15o
Dry ° Blnt
Whlto lead , GJo ; ! rcncli jinc. lOc ; Paris
whltclng 2Jc ; whiting plldom , Ijc ;
\\bltiiiB coml , lie ; lainphlnck Germantown -
town , lie ; lamplihck , ordinary , 80 ; Pnn-
sian blue , I5o ; iiltrnmariue , lee ; vaiulyko ,
brown , So ; umber , burnt , -lu ; umber , raw ,
lojaioium , burn t , 4c ; sleniin , raw , to
Paris green genuine , 35c ; Paris green com'l
25c ; chrome green , N. Y. ' i0c ! ; chroni-
green K.,12cennllllon ; , EUR. , 70r ; vermillion -
million , America , IRe ; Indian red. 10o ,
rose pink , lie ; \euctmn rend , Cookson's
lie : Venetian red Am. , Ijc ; red load , 7Jc ;
chromo yellow , genuine , 20c ; chrome yel
low , 1C. , 12c ; ochre , rocbellc , 3c ; ochre ,
French , 2Jc ; ochre , American , Uc ;
Winter's minoral. 2Jc ; lehlgh bnvn , 2Jo ;
spanlsh bn\m. 2Jc ; Prince's mineral 3c ;
VARNISHES-Barrols per gallon.
Furnlturo , extra , 81 10 ; furniture , No. 1 ,
81fnrnitmo ; , U , 85c ; coach , extra , 8140 ;
Coach , No. 1 , § 120 ; Danmr , 81 60 ; Japan.
70c ; asphaltum , 70o ; tthcllac , S3 50 ; hard
oil ( inlHli. 81 30
OILS 110carbon , tier gallon , 11 Jc ; 150
headlight , per gallon , 12jc ; 175 * headlight ,
per gallon , IGc ; cryntoline , per gallon , 20c ;
linseed , raw. per gallon , GO ; linseed , boiled ,
| > er gallon , ( )8c ; lard , wilitor st M , per gal
lon , 105 ; No. 1 , SOc ; No. 2 , G5c ; castor ,
XXX. PT gallon , 1 30 ; No. 3 , 115 ; sweet ,
per gallon , 85c ; SIMH , W. B. , per gallon ,
1 35 ; fish , W. 15. per gallon , GOc ; neatsfoot ,
extra , per gallon , 75c ; No. 1 , G5c ; lubrl-
eating , zero , per gallon , 30c ; Rummer , 15c ;
uo'den machine , No. 1 , per gallon , 3'c ; No.
2 , SO ; sperm , signal , per gallon , 80c : ter-
pcntme , per gallon , G4c ; naptlin , 74 , per
gallon , SOc ; GT , 20o
Heavy Hardware List.
Iron , rates. 83 40 ; plow steel , special
cast , 7c ; crucible , 8c ; special urGcrmanGc ;
cast tool do , l5@20 wagon spokes , sot ,
225@3 00bubi ; , per set , 1 25 ; felloes , sawed
dry , 140 ; tongues , each , 70@85c ; axles ,
each , 75c ; square nuts , per Ib , 7@lle ;
washers , per ID. 8@18c ; nvets , per Ib , lie ;
coil chain , per Ib , G@12c ; nmucablo , Sc ;
iron wedges , Gc ; crowbars , Gc ; harrow
teeth , -to ; horseshoes , per keg , 6 00 ; spring
steel. 7@8c ; Burden's I orseihocs , 5 5 ;
Burden'ri muleshoes , G 3"i.
NAILS 10 to SOd. 3 60 ; 8 to 10 , 375
( kl , 4 00 ; 4d. 4 25 ; 3d , common , 5 00 : 3d ,
fine , G 50 ; clinch , all sizes , 5 25 ; Gd , cosing.
1 75 ; 8d casing , 4 50 ; lOd casing , 4 25 : lOd
finish , 4 75 ; 8d finish , 5 00 ; fid finish , 5 25
half kccs , lOc extra.
SHOT. Shot , ? 1.85 ; Buck shot , 82.10 ;
Oriental Powder , kegs , 80.40 ; do. , half
ko 8 , 83.48 ; do. , quarter kegs , 81.88 ; Blast
ing , keen. 83.35 : Fuse , ner 100 feet 60o.
BA ! BED WIHE In car lots,8 30 per
100 ; in less than car lots , 8 65 per 100.
Horses and Mulei.
Thu market is brisk and all grades are
selling well nt P-Hlicht advance in pi ices.
The demand for good , horses exceeds the
supply considerably. Prices range an fol
lows :
Fine single drivers , 8150. to 300. ; Extra
draft horses , $175. to 225. ; Common drait
horses , 8100. to 150. ; Extra farm horses ,
& 110. to 125. ; Common to good farm horses
890. to 8100. ; Extra plugi800. . to 75. ;
Common plugs , 820. to 840.
MULES. 15 to 15J hands ( extra ) , 8125.
to 150. ; 14 J to 15 hands , $100. to 140. ;
14 to 14J hands , 875. to 100. ; 13J to !
bands , SCO. to 75
Liquors.
ALCOHOL 187 proof. 2 25 per wine
gallon ; extra California spirits , 187 proof ,
1 30 per proof gallon ; triple refined spirits.
187 proof , 124 per proof gallon ; re-distilled
vbiikies , 1 00@1 5U ; fine blended , 150@
2 50'Kentucky ; bourbons , 200@700 ; Krn <
tuckv and Pennsylvania ryes , 2 00@7 00
BRANDIES Imported , 80 00@1GOO ;
domestic 1 40@4 00.
. GINS I.Tported , 4 50@G 00 ; domestic ,
140@3 00.
RUMS Imported , 4 50@6 00 ; Now
England. 2 00@4 00 ; domestic , 1 60@3 50
PEACH AND APPLE BRANDY
175@4 00.
CHAMPAGNES Ircrorted per cose ,
2800 © ? ! 0Am3rh a , case , 1200 ®
1800 ,
CLARETS Per cose. 4 50@16 00
WINES Rklno wine , per cose , 6 00@
20 00 ; Catawba , per case , 4 00@7 00.
Lumber.
WHOLESALE.
FENCING No. 1,12 to 20 ft , 822'00
No. 2 , 12 to 20 ft. , 2100 ; wheeling dressed
No. 1 , 18 00 ; No. 2,1C 00 ; common boards
dressed. 20 00.
FRAMING 10 ft. and under , per M
2100 ; 10 ft. studding , 22 00 ; 22 ft. 22 00
24 ft. 25 00.
FINISHING No. 1. finish 1J , 1J ant
2 inch , 850 00 No , 1 finish 1 Inch 845 00
No. 2 , finish 1J , 14 arid 2 Inch. 84500 : No
2 finish , 1 inch , 840 00 ; No , 3 finish , 1 Inch
835 00 ; O. G. buttons per jOO feet liu.
SI 00 ; well curbing , 82200 ; rough J and 2
inch battalia per 100 feet lin. , 50o.
STOCK BOARDS-A stock , 840 00 ; B
? 35 00 ; 0 , 830 00 ; common stock , 822 50
FLOORING No. 1 , 840 00 ; No. 2
$35 00 ; No , 3 , 822 00 yellow pine , No. 1
81000.
SIDING No 1 , $2100 ; No. 2 , 822 00
No. 3 , 818 00.
SHIP LAP Plain , 822 00 ; O. G. No. 1
83200 : No. 2,82200.
CEILING 824 00@$37 00.
LATH AND SHINGLES A starrest
bblngles , 83 85 , No. 2 , 82 50 ; No. 3 , 82 00
Lath , 83 60 ,
" " " * '
Bulldlr-K Material.
LIME rer barrel , 81 35 ; bulk per bii. ,
35c. Cement , bbl , 82 60. Iowa plaster ,
bbl , 82 60. Hair per bu , 35o. Tariei
felt 100 Ibs , $3 60. Straw board , 84 CO
PAPER Straw paper , 8fc ; ; rag paper
4c ; dry goods paper , 7cmanla ; ! paper , lOc
news paper. So.
COAL Cumberland blacksmith , $12
Morris Run Blossburg , 812 ; WhltehrcaH' '
lump , 80 0 ; Whltebreost nnt. 80 60 ; Iowa
lump , 80 50 ; Iowa nut $ G 50 ; llock Springe
$8 ; Anthracite , all sizes , 812 00@13 50 , -
erupt.
DRUGS AND CHKMU'AlSAold
Carbolic , 60c ; Acid , Tartirlc , 5"c ! ; Balsam
Copabla , per Ib , 76c ; Bark , Sassafras , per
Ib , 14c ; Calomel , per Ib , 76c ; f'ltichonldia
per oz , J c ; Chloroform , pIK 100
Doter's powder * , per Ib , 1' , Kpiorc
salts , per Ib. SJc ; Glycerine , IIUID , per Ib
45c ; Lead , Acetate , per Ib , 21c
Oil , Castor , No. 1 , per gal , H 35
Oil , Castor , No. 3 , per gal ; 8120 ; Oil
Olive , per gal , 8160 ; OH , Origanum , 50o
Opium , 81 60 ; quinine P. & W. ft R. & H.
nor oz , 82 10 ; Potassium. Iodide , per Ib
82 50 ; BoJacni , per OT , 40c : Sulphate o
Morphine , > cr oz. 83 85 ; Sulphur flour
per Ib , 4Jc ; hti'vchnino. tier oz. $1 60.
Wool.
Merino unwashed ) light , 14@lGo ; heavy
13oU5c ( ; medium unwashed , light , 18(55200 (
wwheel , cholcu , 82c : fair , 30c ; tub-dingy
and w. , 28c ; burry , bla-ckaiid cottod wooU
2@Goles
Hldei ur 1 Etc.
HIDES Green butcher' * hide , 7cj green
cured hides , 8c ; green ealt , part cured
hides , 7@7Jc ; dry flint , nound , 13@14o ; dry
calf Mufkip , 1213c ; dry salt hidessoutuf ,
ll@12c ; green calf , wl 8 to 16 Ib * . . 10@llc ;
green CAU , wt , under 8 H * , po * kln , 60o >
; rccn poll * , $1 00@115 ; green lamb sklnn ,
ll 10@125 ; damaged hides , two-third rate ,
cut acored nnd one grub. olnMed two-
Llrds rale , ) branded lilcloi 10 per cent , oft.
" > n skins , No. 1. 45c ; No. 2 , 30c ; No. 3 ,
; No. I , lOc. Mink , No. 1 , oOc ; No. 2 ,
We ; No. 3 , IBot No. 4 , 6c. Fox , No. 1 ,
GOc ; No. 2,25o. Skunk , No. 1 , bluck ,
toe ; short stripe , 40o ! nnrrow stripe 25c ;
' road stripe , lOc. Tnllow , 5Jc.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Connell Illtifli ) Mnrhot.
Couscil. Bi.tifra , February 27.
Flour Crystal Mills Golden Shenf ,
I GO ; California J urekn , patent , 3 8H ; bcH
irautl of K < m n , 3 503 00 ; katiiaii ami
Mlssontl Hour , 3 ' )0@l 25 ; graham , ! t 76 ;
rye Hour , 3 10.
Bran and Shorli 15 00 per ton
Chop Corn 22 M ) per ton.
Whont No. 2 , SI 12 ; No. 3 , 72o ; re-
eetcd , 62c.
Corn 48.
Oats No. 2 , HVj ; rolcctod , Mo.
Barley No. 2 , OOo ; No. 3 , 75o
Hay Lno c , 5 00G 00.
Wood-5 50 ® 7 00.
Live Hogs 6 2"@T ) ) 75.
Cattle Shipping , 1506 00 ; milch
cows liO 00ir)15 ( ) 00 per bond ; butchers
stock , 3 00 ( < ? 3 60.
Sheep 3 75 ® I 25.
O llilc8- ; Shldrs , 7c.
Wool 15"fi.
Butter Croamtry , SOc ; In rolls , wrap-
[ > od , 25c : rolls not \\iup ; ed , l0c ? ; mlxoil
co or15i20o. ( .
Eggs Packed. 10o ; fro" ! ! , 12jo .
Potatoes 1 lOdrl 30 ; Suit Lnko , 1 fit.
Onions 1 25fl W
Dieted I'ouUry-Chltkrii" , lOo ; ducks ,
c ; geese , 80 ; tnr evf , lo. \ .
ILUo Chickens 2 i'5 par cioron.
Cblrn o
CniCAlo. ! ( Fobmaiy 27.
On 'chango the innrkutH were stunger.
The rectlpt-t of grain were ! ! 31 ctr lo irlti ,
cmbr ctng60 of ulieat , 110 if corn , 4 1 of
oati , and 27 of hurley
.Fi'mr The miilttt uat dull and nrg-
ltct ! ; u Ii < mlry to H ovl ; of ; cnmiiKin lu
choice wo to'ii fiiring , 4 oOTi,7 ( 00 ; Minnesota
seta , T 0'S172. ' ; patent , 7 60@8 5' ' ) ; \\in-
ttr iiiintn , ( ! 6QO/7 25 ; ijo Hour , nui t
5 35@5 GO.
> litfut No. 2 s ring , dur'ng most nf
the Besuiun , was iiuiot , though at thncM
there was a good demand and a strung nnd
uiibettle I feeling de\ulti | > ed ; prices fluo-
tnat d firrncnlly | within ntnoilerito rine ,
I in ruled u her nil < nimd With nullci May
i.t , ti IIIK close to the i rice of A rl ; tinding
wni thlully cpeculat .Mid Ciiitcrrd
hill ) in the Ainil a d Mav futures ; Out
in rkii opi'itd ub ii' S(2'c ( ! In hir for
A i'l nnd itturMiiiuilii ! > tu. lirH mlv.uicetl
nn aditilinntit Ic foi Airi ; My o incd
ubout IfeUc higlitr , d cliho I Jn and thou
ad\.mced lie mid tUlcCiinko Iieq tilth'
nitlun a iniider.nto innge ; the markei
Imally closed nlxmt IJc higl cr for Bi-IIer
V.iilu ; d l o hi liei lor Mov on itKidiit
b aid and on c ll nt 1 -J " f r ctisli nnd
Februaij ; 1 20 for Ma c.i ; 1 S7 tnr ApHl ;
1 20 for May ; 1 23J for Juno ; 1 01 J for
thu > enr ; Nu. 3 spring , entirely ucininal at
1 101 101 ; rejected , nominal.
Corn There was n fair business trans
acted both on fpoculativo nnd shipping
account , but the feeling was s imowhat un
settled nnd pi ices lluctiuted frequently
within a runge of Jc nn the closing figures
of Saturday ; the olTc rings wcro fair but
trading WUH chiefly for the moro deferred
delivorius ; No. 2 nnd high mixed cloned
Ijo higher for cash and Ige higher for
JMny on the regular board nnd on call at
58jjc for cash ; 58ja for Murch ; 5SSa for
April ; G41c for May ; G3Jo for luno ; G1J@
G5o lor July : rejected. 58jc.
Oats Quiet for all grades but steady
nnd tolerably firm ; No. 2 cl sed nt 4ljjo
for Mar.h41c ; for April ; 44Jc for May ;
13 Ju for June.
Rye In light icquest but firm ; No. 2
closed ut 8lo for March ; 8Gc for April.
Barley Dull mid not much doing ; No.
2 , 1 05 cash ; No. 3 , fcO@82o.
Pork Active , strong aud a trifle bettor ;
mess closed on call nt 17 00@17 12J for
cash ; 17 12 for March ; 17 27J for April ;
17 5Q@17 57J for May and June ; 10 3U for
tko year.
Laril Rather firmer and higher , clos
ing at 10 57J for M rch ; 10 7r > for April :
10 02J tor May ; 11 02J tor Juno ; 11 52J
for the year.
Bulk Meats Quiet ; short ribs , 'J 00 for
March ; 0 2(1 ( for April ; 035 for May ;
0 42J for Juno.
Whisky Steady nt 1 18.
Butter Brisk demand nnd steady at
former figures ; creamery , choice to fancy ,
4 ! > @ 45c ; fair to good , 3G@40o ; dairy , choice
to tancy , 38@12cdo ; fair to good , 25 ®
35c ; ficsh male packing stoav , 20@28c ;
ladle packed , common to good , 18@32c ;
roll , 22@2Gc for common to fair , and 30
@ 34c for good to choice.
Eggs Fair demand and good supply ;
strictly fresh , 18c.
Rec'ts. Shipm'ts
Flour . 10,225 14,038
Wheat . 22,393 8,201
Corn . 43,653 71,213
Oats . 52,767 2JlhO
Rye . l,8Ji , ; 2,210
Barley . . . 1,710 7,837
Chicago Iiivo Stoolr.
CHICAQO , February 27.
Tlio Drover's Jou > nal reporU us foil WH
Hogs Receipts , 14 , 600. The in arket f or
common to good mixed was a weak am
unsatisfactory one , though the early buil-
ne < H was dime in a fairly active way a !
fonner rates ; shippers bought freely o !
good drovers , but nil classes neglecte I the
inferior kinds ; it closed quite dull anc
lard hogs , 725(5)7 ( ) 60 : Jlght hogH in OXCOH
give supply nnd weak at < J " 0u,0JO ( ( ; tkipa
and cull in little or no demand , 5 ! JUa (
015.
015.Cattle
Cattle RocuiptB , 5,100 , For shipping
prices on an average wcro about l15o ( )
lower ; nice light cattla were in good demand
mand , nnd indeed carom n light stores soli
relatively better tba'i t'ood heavy Block ,
unless of fancy nualily ; cominon to fair ,
5 00@5 35 ; go. d , 5 205 75 ; choice , 5 75 ®
G Ofl ; mixed butcher ? stock wau etcady
cond fat butchcrH * cattle ami choice cam
nlng gradcH Belling readily and Inferior ti
fair sto-k rather slowly ; OOWH , 2 50@4 60 ,
bulls , 3 504 50 ; steers , 1 60@5 25 ; Block
ers and feedeiH slow and ue k , ran Ing ut
3 G5@4 60. . , .
Sheep-Receipts , 2,200. Themarketwas
active nnd strong ; medium , 5 00@6 2r
good , 5 35 ; choice , 6 K5@G 00 ,
St. lioali Pradnoo. ,
Sr , LOUJH , February 27.
Flour Dull and unchanged ; fancy , G 30
@OS5 ; choice , 0 000 15 ; family , 5 7t
@ 7 00 ; XXX , 6 35@5 60 ; superfine , 4 10
@ 4 35 ; fine , 3 75@3 00.
Wheat Higher ; No. 2 red , 1 39
for citli ; ; 1 39J for Fubrunry ; 1 22 fo
March ; 1 251 for Aiiil ) ; 1 201 fo
May ; 1 10J for June ; I Hi for July
1 ( .7 fur the year ; No , 3 red , 1 VI ; No. 4
I vOt
Corn Higher nt 6ia ( for cash : 680 fo
TY'iuir ' ; 8 0 for Mnnb ; M < > for Air'1
GifeU.lo : ) } for Mrty ; G3Jo for June ; Glio
for July. ,
OatH Strong nnd higher at 43o for
tush ; J2Jo for February : 42Jo for Moich ;
42e for April ; 4lofor May.
Rye-Dull nt87c hid.
Barley Quiet at 35o.
Lead Dull ; refined , nominally nt 1 87i
@ 4 00 ; hard , 4 85.
Butter Actl-o ; oieamery , il@IGc ;
dairy , 37 < 538o. !
Eggs Lower at lOo ,
KlaxBeedSteady at 1 3J.
Whisky Steady at 117.
Pork-Quiet nt J7 374 for caiih ; 1737J
for February ; 17 25 for il rch ; 17 27J for
Amll ; 1760lorMny.
Ijurd Firm nt 10 60.
. ShlpmtH.
. . . 7,082 5,100
Wheat . , , . . , . . 32,301 U7.G92
Corn . 41,120 12U.3GI
Oat . 18,007 7U1
Rye , . , , , . , . none _ none
Barky. , . , , . 1,500 , none
Stock.
St. Loulu , February 27.
Cattle Slow , nnd 15 to 25 cents lower
for butchers' and unchanged for riilpmont }
ex | > orf r * . ' 1 OO'nfl 'J6 ; good to choice
shfpiiii < , fiTfifrtO (0 ( | mtdiuni to clinic *
biitulu K , 4 "iiV'5 7 ; nntho stockcrs ,
I 2'ito I VI ; dm * mil h IfVrs. 3 26M I 25.
Receipt' , 1,1)03 ) lun 1 ; MiipmeiiK 212 lie d.
llogi Fairly activu mul t-n < lv ; Hh'hti
0lfrt.O 25 ; Yorkers , f.HcTfGiV ) ; packing ,
G 20s ( 0 25 ; butchc-M1 nml ( .clott , U 'J.'Cn )
7 21 * ; pigs , 3 75(0.0 ( 00. Icccclpts , 3,1)02 )
hcndj slilpincnt < , ISO ho > I.
Clnvolnnil Mnrlcol.
Cl.KVELASl ) , Kelirunry 20.
Petroleum ITnchangcd ; standard white ,
110 lest , 7c %
Iiivnrtui ii Proilnoo.
lilNhiti'ool. , IVInunry 27.
I'Mnur Amprlcan , lO'iTiirj't Gd.
Whcrt Winter , 10 ( n)10 ) ( IM ; whtc ,
i ! 'd10-i ! M : spriiif , IM 1U103 Id ; club ,
Corn - 6lid. .
IV k 78- . .
Liud-5ls8d.
Panriiv Produoo.
I'icouiA. Kobriiarv 27.
Corn Now firm and ncthe ; high mixed ,
i@ ye : mKed , 5S@r.8J.
OnU-Dull ; No. \vhlte , l3j@Uc.
High iiies-l 1G.
Iteo'U Shlp't *
Wheat . 1i51 : > -176
'orn . . 0)5,600 15.MX )
) aU . 20,600 15,760
lye . 2 , 0 1MK )
iiarloy . 1,0 0 noun
Toledo Produce.
rol.rno. February 27
Whent Quid ; No. 1 > , 1 25J l r e h ;
2 : > for .AJ .rch ; 1 27 fur April ; I 21 for
Mi.y ; 1251 for Jmin ; t M for Julj ;
I 12 lor ugn t : 1 \Q\ \ \ fin lliojcar ,
itrnIJuiot ; N'n. 2 , ( HI for unsh nnd
. 'Vdruaiy ; Glc fur March ; 01 } o for April ;
Olc for May ,
Oats-QuUt ; No , 2 , llc
CALIFORfTlA FLOUR
.
.irnnd ) . Our luxt 1) ) ' rekn patent Hour
; blue brniid ) . The only patent Hour man.
iifncturcd on the Paclhc const. Wu claim
It is the u'lnttBt , ftidiiL'OHt and boi > t f mily
llom in thu stati . Ask your gnu ur for it
1'iy it nnd > ou will use no other.
E. M. McpnuMiY tt Co. ,
Sacramento.
T. ,7. EVANS , Agent ,
Crjutal Mills , Ci.uicil . Bin Us.
fpl S-
Baoklin'n vrnion Salvo.
The boat salvo in the world for outs ,
jruiaus , sores , ulcers , suit rhouin ,
'ovor Boroa , totter , chapped handx ,
oliillblaina , corim and all kinds of
akin oruptioiiB. This salvo ia guar
intood to give perfect satisfaction in
every cnso or inonoy rofundod. Price ,
25c per box. For aalo by
Tt > i t MolMAHON. Omnh
A UEHdARSAI , OP 8P1KITS. "
A Brooklyn Tliontro ManaRor'n ' Odor
For a Ghost that Cun Act.
Now York Hi i.
Among .those who attended the in
corrupted scanco in the residence of
Mr. Beard , at No. 123 llyoraon street ,
Brooklyn , Friday OVOIHUK , waa Col.
W. P. Sinn , proprietor of the Brook
lyn Park theatre , who wont to BOO
Mrs. Crindlo-RoynoldB materialize the
spirit of the actress JuliaDtaii Iln'yno ,
with a view of having her , if success
ful , give materializing soancca in pub
lic. Since tlm medium was exposed
in the act of producing twin spirits ,
and was revealed , by a sudden burat
of gaslight , standing half-dressed with
a mask ever her face and a quantity
of illusion ever her figure , while at
her arm's length aho hold another
mask , from which she had suspended -
od o quantity of llimsy white drapery ,
Col. Sinn has oflbrod to give her
91,000 if bo will produce ono materi
alized spirit without the use cf fraud ,
upon tlio stage of his theatre , or in
the public hall.
The Brooklyn spiritulists have tak
en sides for or against Mrs. Crindlo-
Reynolds , and while the fact that she
was exposed is not questioned , yet it
is claimed by some that she did not
commit the fraud voluntary , but tlint
she was controlled by evil spirits. It
is not contended that the masks and
the rest of her wardrobe vrere carried
through the ir and delivered to her ,
for they bear evidence of Now Eng
land manufacture ; but it is urged that
she wua controlled by some ovilapirits
to provida herself with thoao accesso
ries that the causp might bo imjurod.
In this view it is agreed that the medi
um is still deserving of confidenco.
But Mrs. Reynolds' defenders are
few , and are only among the moat on-
thuaatic believers in llesli and bone
materializations.
When the light was suddenly turn
ud on at the soanco on Friday ni hl ,
and the cihinot im.'d by thu medium
was entered , u mask was found for
ouch character in which the npinti
had appeared nt previous eeuucea
There was a line wire mask , uith graybeard
board , that always pppeurod at her
seanco when & Air. Qrull' , a spirit
without an earthly reputation , thougl
frequently claimed by enthusiastic be
lievomtoboa relattvoappoarocl. There
was olco a mask of child s face that al
ways was uaod in "littlo Eiliu , " am
tlio musk thai represented the face o ;
Julia Dean Zluyno. Mrs. Crindlo
Reynolds had also a blonde wig , t
brown wig , and n Mack wig , a quan
tity of black cambric and white turlo
tan , and also a trumpet through whicl
he could stimulnto the vo'i'.co of umai
when Mr. Gruff was materialized anc
was about to appear upon the acono
to direct the nonanco. It was < Mr
GruiTs voice that always said , "Sin
friends , " after the medium hud passed
undorj"tho influence."Mrs. Reynold's '
had a place beneath her dross to store
lier articles. She waa a tall , spire
woman , aged about 45 , with aharp
features , aild dresses plainly. She
woio a plain gold ring upon the third
linger of her loit hand , and , when she
appeared in n bloiulo wig ua Mius
Julia Dean ilayno , with a llimsy cos
tume 'hat made the matomliz.iUon
fu , { " 'Jitivo cif that , icro s1 OphoU.i ,
Col. Sinn was ono of the few in the
company that detected that the gold
ring upon the sarao linger watt mate
rialized so aa to shine in the dim light
of the room , Wh n the lights were
turned up the ring was on the medi
um's hand.
The wardrobe of Mrs. Reynold's
company of spirits has boon distir-
butod among those who were at her
BCitncc * . She ia understood to have
gone west.
Geo. P. Bern is
REAL ESTATE AGENCY ,
15th and Dodge 8U , , Omaha , Neb
Doit nlipeoulato mJ therefore ny b rt ( lui
' ' ' '
RIB Insured to a on ) ,
The Mllkrnrin's Dn.URb.tor.
Ihlmfco Tribune.
Uj > from tlio lucmlowa where the
roslily mown luxy lay in long winrows
and down by the mosny-batikod lake
vliuru tliu Bwuut Biuolling ncdgua prow ;
n riotous ubuiidniiCH nnd tlio lily
Hi-a od it \\lntu fuco n nnit ! the cool
lo.ir Aiufaco of thn blue waters , tlio
oft bricj ! n of n Juno ovonitiK cnino
nVr cot and palace -oor aim
> lo Iminlot and moatod caatlo. Stnnd-
ng idly , almost listlosily by the nostril
ril .Uo that inarkod the onlrniioo to
tor frtthor'a broad domcsuu Owondo-
on Hiordan looked down the broad
ivoniio ( hut akirtud the ancoPtrnl
cioi of hur airo with a wistful , plead-
ni { oxpneaioti in her Counry Antrim
citurui that told moro plainly thnn
vonl. , nuiro olcqiiontly than a throo-
'hoct ' jioator , ot the hopes and foata
hat were harassing hur young Archur
ivvoiuio aoul.
"Will ho cunio } ' ' aho aaid aoftly to
icrsolf , bluahing cvun aa she apoko.
Ts the fruition of my hopes to bo a
; lml ono , or must t ni ain throw the
) li\ck pall of disappointment over my
cherished plansf lloavcn forefund
hut T should for the third time drain
.o its ilrega the bitter cup Unit n oruol
Aito 1ms twice hold to my lipa lips
hatwcro dry and parched for the
ciasoa of ono whom I nliall over love ,
aid \ \ ho will not see iny nuut passion
i him. 'Do not drive mo too fnr ,
\K in'luus McGitho , or'you will rue
ho duy when Superintendent Iloliuoa
HM ) you mi Archer uvoiiuo car to
It ivu i ! nu duy \ \ liuu IID foil ao corky
ivor his j ko about the cable-car bu-
ny Into a Giecian King , bocauao it
vut Agiippu" nndith thoao words
ho gill kicked the fuuiih go.it oll'tho
c nnd turned to ontOr the
As ahu did ao the rusilo of a
polouaiso was hoard , and a
iiir-hiuod muidfii nf nineteen sum-
noiH and u \ it hpihu ; u mo around
ho cornuritli her htm board tacks
iboard.
(1 nolle M.vhany wu daughter of a
iiiino-pioud aristocmt who owned a
iiilU-routo , and aho waa not alow to
nako uao of the social position to
vliicji , aa the hoiieas of over $800 , a
imo-sorving world had raised hor.
She had met Munolnua McQuiro nt a
jotu champotro given in honor of
\phrodito Johnson's eighteenth birth-
lay , and fallen dcsperatoly in love
with him , although a\\uro that ho had
.ihghtvd hia troth to Gwendolen. She
lad sought by every ait known to a
woman to lure him from his rightful
ovo. Was it atranuo , then , tha
Gwendolen both feared nnd hated her ,
Hid that once , in n mad frenzy of rage
she had s.iid that Girollo'a back hair
wua no better than it ahoiild bo.
The girls did not apeak , and as
Girollo passed the Hiordan goat , which
was eating a discarded hoopaKirt , n
liaughty aiiiilo Ilitted over her faco.
"Goat's milk is healthy , " she said in
lo v , scornful tone * .
Gwendolen hoird the words nnd
faced the spenkor , "Via , GirolloMan-
ully , " . aho aaid , sneaking slowly nnd
calmly , although in turning , aho had
pinched her corn , "wo nro poor , but I
uotico that wo nro invited to all the
wakea and christenings. When it
comes to going with the haut ton wo
capture the confectionery , and don't
you forgot it.
Aa the two qirla stood thcro that
Juno evening their litho figuresoh'trp-
ly outlined against the crimson west
ern sky , the eight waa a pretty ono.
Gwendolen with soft , luatroim , tearful
ojc , and a pained oxproasiou in ho. *
sweetly pure face ; Girollo Bmiling n
bitter , cruel siiiilo. Suddenly Mono-
laus McGuire , hoyhom they \ > otli
loved ao well , came around the corner.
Girollo started toward him , a amilo
on her face , but he hooded her not.
Stopping quickly to Gwendolen's aide
110 took her hand in hia , while a vravo
of color rushed over his face , i'iid an
infinit look of tcndornues came into
ins bright oyos.
"Can you forgive my noglcct , dnr-
lingl" ho suid ; "can you take mo again
to your heart ! "
A great passionate throb of intense
joy lilled Gwendolen's heart. Look
ing up to Menolaua with tear-stuinoc
eyes aho aaid in broken tones :
"Can I forgive you ; my own ? Wei !
I should gigolo. "
A WELU-SHOOTBR'a PliRIL.
His Runaway Horeos Draerglnff a Load
of Nltro-aiycorlno Down n
Hill Road.
A special dispatch from Bradford ,
Pn. , to Tlio Philadelphia Evening
Itiillttin , snya : A few daya linct
IlarvBy Mcllonry , employed by the
Roberta Torpedo company as n "ahooi.-
or" of oil wells , aot out with fifty
quarts of nitro-glycorino in his wagon
to shoot a vvull in Berger Hollow. Uo
had packed hia fifty one-quart cans
wich unusual care in a specially con
structcd wagon. The road ho was
obligb to tuko was very hilly , nnd
'waa ' slippery with ice. In one place
on a steep hill , it slanted so that the
horses could not la-op thu wagon fron
sliding from side to Hide , and Bovera
times it narrowly escaped violent col
Union with trees on the roadside. The
efforts of the horses to keep the wag
on on the road finally snapped the
tonguo. Thu wuiton ran aguinst the
horses heels. Instantly they plunget
forward. The driver lost control o
thorn , and they ran away down the
hill at a breakneck spood. McIJonr
held on to thu lines , although h *
know that uvery jump of the horses
th'voatpnod to uzpludu the nitro
glycvTJno under his Boat. Half way
down iV" > hill ho saw that the wagoj
would in all probability hit a tree i
few foot further down.
"I know , " s V McFTonry , time 1
stood very little t'buncu of my lifn by
jumping from the .wagon , but I fol
that not a bit of mu w uld bo loft if . '
stuck to the float , 1 * sprang ou
anir" ' the jock n < 1 bruMi , J n-
hurt so badly that I couldn't , ( , 'ot up ,
but I retained my soiwoa. 1 .know
that I waa BO cloeo to the tree that I
would bo torn to pieces when the explosion -
plosion occurred. I shut my oyoa and
liyud a year In u eocoiul. No explo
sion came , and I glancud down the
road and sav the whoola of the wagon
just touch the trunk of the true , It
had barely passed the tree when Uio
wagon overturned. The liorsos kept
on , dragging the wagon along , tumb
ling ever and over aa it wont. I
never had known nitro-glycurlno to
withstand ono-qunrtortho jur without
oxplodingr The wagon turned ever
four times before the horsey reached
the bottom of thu hill. Then they
brought up against a treop mid stop
ped. Then I fuintod deed away , "
Homo oil well drillers found MoIIonry
V
by the wayside nnd carted him homo.
Ho was badly hurt about the legs and
buck , but aufibrs most from nervous
ppc Iration. That tlio Hiiro-glycerine
did not explode is the wonder of the
oil region.
BEE LINES.
Now York city uses 4,230,000,000
gallons of water yearly.
It Ukes 1,020 silk worms to make a
pound of Bilk.
Berlin in 1850 had only 400,000 in
habitants ; in 1881 , 1,100,000.
The cotton crop of last year pro
duced about 3,000,000 tons of seed.
It is said that thu hist Democratic
congress spent 97,000 for water cool-
ore.
Ono of the youncoat babies in Min-
\osotii has a mother who ia eighty-
hrco years old.
The cost of construction of the
Northern t'noilio railroad is estimated
at $70,000,000.
Chicago has 11,938 street lamps ,
vliich nro lighted at the expense of
' 300,000 per annum.
The amount already expended up
m the new state capitol building A
Ubany is S12,70G , , 020.30.
The Detroit biiso ball club's receipts
ast season were , $34,300 and the
oncorn has n balance on hand of
$1L , .UO.
A Washington speculator has paid
Guiteau $250 for 100 autographs ,
hinking he will got 82.50 apiece for
hem the day after the hanging.
Boston has 18,000 moro females
han males ; Baltimore , 17,000 ;
Brooklyn , 22,000 , and in other largo
n'ties there ia a corresponding excess
if wdmon.
There were 1,7CG races run during
-ho season of 1881 , and the gros
amount of money that changed hands
was $087,284 , of which $811,925 was
won in the United States.
Mr. Fortoaux , of Michigan , died
ho other day in his 110th year , leav
ing a son of ninety to battle with the
unfeeling world.
The Supreme Court of Vermont
lias decided that a mill-owner or man
ufacturer has no right to dump into
the stream on which his mill may bo
tituatcd saw-dust or other waste to
injury those living below him on the
same stream
Tlio state of Illinois is practically
frco from debt. It has $20,000 in
in bonds outstanding , but they are
not drawing interest , and there is
money in the treasury to pay them.
The income onjored by Now York
From icu cut on the canal this year in
Rochester is considerable , $20 per
ixcro being charged for the privilege of
cutting from state waters.
The buildings of the Philadelphia
Exhibition of 1870 are widely scatter *
od , Ono is a Coney Island hotel ,
others are hotels at Long Branch ana
Atlantic City , a number are private
summer residences , and now the main
structure is being taken down , aomo
of it to build station along the Penn
sylvania llailroad , and the rest for
an iron mill in Piitsburi ! . The ark
gallery and Horticultural Hall remain , .
us they were intended for permanent. ,
" "
features of Fairmount Park.
It is a singular fact that actors ,
whoso habits of lifo might bo supposed
to conduce to a different result , and ,
exceptionally long-lived. Hacklier
dtod at 107 , Dowtou at 88 , Roger
Kemblo ut 82 , Macready at 80 Younfe
at 70. Paul Bedford at 78 , BuckstoaSJ
at 74Misa O'Neil at 81 , Mrs. Siddonaf
at 70 , Mrs. Bracegirdlo at 85 , Mrs. '
Abington at 78. Of those still Irving'
Webster is 84 , Mrs. Koploy 75 , and'
our own John Gilbert is blithe and
gay nt 72.
A Cross Baby.
Nothing is so conducive to a man's-
remaining a bachelor as stopping fo
one night at the house of a marrio
friend and being kept awake for fiver
or six hours by the crying of a cross-
baby. All cross and crying babies ,
need only Hop Bitters t > make them *
well and smiling. .Young man , ro-
meinbor this. Traveler. feb4-w2t
D. S. BENTON ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Al'.IUflll IILOCK ,
J. P. ENGLISH ,
TRUTH ATTESTED.
SomoIniportantbtatomovtaofWrl
Known People "Wliolly
' VeriUed.
In onlcr tlna the public may fully rcttlze the
Kumilncnegg ol the uUto-.icnts , ju well ik tin'
powirand value ol the article of whkh they
ponk , uopubllah her with tlio ( ac'slmllo
turcaof partloa whoso eliiccrity Is boyaml quea
tlon. The Truth of thoao trstlmonlola Ha abso
lute , nor can thu facts they kiinounco ba Ig
nored v
, , , .
„ . II. WARMK&&CO. :
DRAR Hue I have frequently used Warner's'
8au ( Kldnoy au J Ih er Cure for local kffoctloni
attendant upon severe ihoumatlo ftttacks. and
havoalwayi derived Lonoflt thortfrom , I have
nlHf ) mod tlia Kate Nervine with eatUfactory ri > -
ult > . I conilder these mcdlcluoe worthy of
contlJeLcn
Deputy Trcaamrci
OUIIIA , N n , May 21. 1S81
II. II WABHIR ft Co. , Koche ter , N. Y. :
GKNTHI I hav M .your Bate Kldnoy and
Hvcr Cure thla eprli.K as a l\erlnvlforator. ( and
Iflndlitlio best remedy I o\er tried. Ih v
used 4 bottles , ai d It has umdo uio fee ) bdttfii
than over I did before In Uio
o. P , .
OMAHA , Nm , May at , 1BS1.
II. II. WAKSIU & Co :
Hma : For moro than lo y ars I have lufferud.
much In om cnlencn from combined kidno ; and
lUeruUoaHCD , mid liayo boon u.nblo to work.
my t.rln . y otg ng also bi-ln-f nil < r'i 1 I Hfd a
ji ata.-.i ) nadklias anu ai/ciui butiyiuw
woruo and none clay by day I Mas told I had
Hrlfiht'a DltcoBo , aud 1 wlabcJ mytolf dead If I
could uotliatoiipcody relief. I took jour dafe
Kidney and Liter Cure , knowing nothlnn elao
was ever known to euro t ha dlst * u. and I bare
not been disappolntid. The medicine baa cured
me , and I ate pcrfoc ly well to-ilay , cutlrclv
through your Snfo Kidney and LUer Guru x
wlili you all euco no In publlahlu ; tbla > luablr
remcur throiiKh tlm world
. . . U. I' . It. K. Bhopa
11.Cutf.aLj of equally Wrouir tnJortomeuu
nxnyct'ucui In cases wh ro hope wa aba
< JcewJ-LMO .io n voluntarily ( flvcn , thowlne the
r u _ liable viworol Waraor'i Safe Kldaey and
l CffCutOall d tuuui of thi kidneys , liver
* -If any crp who readt thl
trouble rcuxxubvr the gloat