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THE OJMAHA DAILY BEESA'i'URD / Y MAii o , lbS2.
FINANCE'AND COMMERCE.
NKV > YOHK , March 24.
MONET.
The money market closed t 2 p r
vent.
Exchange clwod firm at 4 87@4 90.
Governments closed firm.
UOVKKNUENT BONM.
! ? < * > \y& \
4'BCoupou } ! < . * . . . .114i bid
6lscontfaue < l . 103i bd
C's continued . 101 bid
RAHnOAlJ UOND8.
Pacific rallroud bomla closed OB follows :
Unionists . 1151@110
Union Land Grante . 115 bid
UnlonSlnklngFundolIcredat. .116 @I18 }
114115
8TOCKH
The atock market this morning opettod
Htrong , and thcro WAB general impro.-e-
tmont in prices , led by Now Jersey Centra' ,
which Hold up to 84 } against 84j at the
c'.yso last evening , Hubsequcutly there
w\s a vigorous Belling movement , under
which the advance was not only lost , but
prices were forced down to the lowest of
the day , which were fjcnerally current
shortly after midday. During thu niter-
noon , however , a stronger tune 't hi , and
prices , under the lea.viehip of L.iko
Shore , Misiourl Pacific and Western
Union , Advanced Bharpl } , the highckt
quotations of the day being senerdlly cur-
relit iutin.d dealings.
Following are the closing prices.
Ajn'nDlst.Tel. 47 Manhattan El. . 522
Alton &T.1I. . 27 Preferred. . . . 92
Preferred. . . . 08 Alan Beach . . 31 }
B. A.Lino pfd. 02 } Met. elevated. . 88
C BAQ 133 MdC . IS
O S 518 Mobile O . . . 251
Canton Land , . . 59 NJC . fc4J
C. & Alton 130 } Northwestern. .131
C S & 0 51 Prefcrrel..l40j
Cedar falls. . . . 2J NY C . 133
CP 918 N P . 343
Col Coal 4Gi Preferred. . . . 7oj
0 O &IO 13J NY Eli voted. . 103
Con.Coal ,29 Nosh&O . 03
0 O 0 & I. . . . 78 NO Coal . 15
Caribou 2 -or& W.pfd. . 50A
0& O V2 } O&W . 254
iBtpfd 33 Ohio Cent . IGg
id ) p'fd 23 } O & M . 85 }
O.fcG.pfd 81 Omaha . 38J
D & R G Gil Preferred. . . . 103
OL& W 1221 Ohio S . 17
D. , & W 105J Ore Nav . 135
E&W 34f Ont. Silver. . . . . 135
Brio 30 ] Ore Trans . (58 (
ETenn llj Pull. Pal. Car. . 128
Preferred. . . . 19 PD&E . 31V
GJJ IU PacMoil. . G2J
.Preferred . 17 Quick liver . . . . llj
Adams 143 1'ref erred. . . . 53
'Fargo ' 128 Reading . 69 j
American 93 K 1 . 132J
US 75 R&D . laGJ
Uomestake 174 R& WP . . 130
H&St J 90 R&P . 31J
.Preferred. . . . 8J Robiniou . 3
Houston & Tex. G7i R&A. . . . . . . . 23
Preferred. . . . 13 San Francisco , . 40
IB& > W 43 Preferred. . . . 52
J. C .13G lnt Preferred. 91
Kan & Tex. . . . . 35 St. Paul . 113 ]
K&DM . 101 Prefeited. . . .122
LS .118J StP& D . 294
L A. & Mo. . . . 18 Pi ef erred . . . . 7G
LI 51 Sutro
Ltmia. & , Nosh. . 70 Standard Oil. . . 15J
LittloiPittsburg St PM&M. .119. '
L N A ic 0. . . 07 TP 45
M L S & W. . . 47i T D &B 144
M 6c K 121 Vt M . 02
M & 'C 52 } Union
Mich Cen 80
Mar & Cinpfd. 13 Ptefurred. . , ,
,2dpfd We .tbrn Union.
M P" . . . . . 88J
HALKH.
The following were the'fcjdeB of the most
Tftctlve stooks to-day. TofU alea , 490,000
shares.
*
WUT 47100
O C & I C . . . 1000 i.&y : 75 < x
0. H. & Q . . . 300 L d 48GOC
: NYO 8100 L. E&W 220 (
N J C 21oOO Nurlhwreritern. 550 (
1C 300 Pieferred. . . . 10 (
Ohio Central. . 3.0 O&V. . . . 2801
Mich Cen 2UOO I'M 450C
NP 29JO QuicksiU < orpfd lOt
Preferred . . 19100 Reading . . . . 4401
Union Pao. . . 11900 San Francisco. 20 (
Mot. Kiev. . . . . 100 Preferied . 1 C
Man. iilcv. . . SOO St. P&Oin .1210C
A&TH 100 Preferred. . . 111C (
-OS 1000 St Paul. . . L90C
C& O. 100 Preferred , . . SOC
D&JI 100 Xnsh , & Chat. 50
DL&W 17200 M. L. S&W. 40C
D&ltG G850J Wabasli. . . , 127UC
B.ie. . . . A3000 Preferred. . . 11GOC
Preferred . . . 1300 MoPac 1220C
CHICAGO MOKKV.
CHICAGO , Mutch 24.
rrestuu , Keun & Co. , banker ? , Kjiiotc
money native at 5@G per cent on call , Jvnd
G@8per cent on time.
Uostern exchunga between city
firm at 75c premiuia per $1,000.
The clearings of the associated
were .r',47C,000.
Governmentri active ami bight rI' , *
touching 119.
The general market waa finn , with
higher pricex. There was a good demand
for local and municipal eeciiritiw , Gilt
edge Hccuritles were nought after neil good
prKes were obtained , In railroad LondH
thu market wan irregular , but holders
were firm , in anticipation of a higher mar
ket. Choice double No. 1 commercial pa
per was In request. Foreign exchange
was strong. A general bull feeling per
vaded the market , and i-till higher price > <
re looked for.
UNITKI ) hTATKrt HUMW.
Si'a Extended Bixex , 1881 . 10U@10U
Sj's Extended fiveH , 1881 . 1022@103i
44'u CouponB . Ii4a1143
4rB Couponi . llbylli )
District of Oolumbia , 305 ? . . . .107J
OTHKK J1ONDH.
Mlnne.ota State U'f , nnd interest. . . 100 }
Sterling , iight. . . . : . 489)1 )
Sterling , 00 dtj-H . . . 4801
0. M. & St. P. Tt and Interest . 12(1 (
C. M. & St. P. G'n and interest . 1051
Dubunue . . . . . . . 1033
O. B. &Q. IV , 1889 . , . SO ]
B. KM. in Neb. 4'n . H
Wabuih 5'a . 8i < ?
Chicago li Northwestern VH. . . ,98"99 ?
Jacks 'nvUle&B. ' K-l'd. . . . < K\ \
I Oruu.Ua WUoloualu Murket.
OKKior. oh THE OMAHA Bur , i
Frl l. v Kvening , Mnrch 21 , |
T/i' uj' ! i'.fi ' t' tli u-jay'j , jn. rwt , ( u ,
aa follows :
Wheit-No. 2 advanced He ; No. 3 ad
vanced Ic ,
Corn Advanced } o.
Oats Advanced } c.
Drefeed Chickens Advanced Ic.
All kinds of suxar have advanced Jc.
Si riipit have advanced 2c ,
Local Grain
Wf fEAT.-Caah No. 2 , 1 18 ; cash N .
8 , 94c : rejected , G7o.
HARLEY. CoBrt No. 2. We ; No , P ,
Gfl : .
KYK. Cash. G8c.
CORN. Cash No. 2 , 52c.
OATS.-Caah.33p.
STREET PRfOES-Coro,60@45i oate ,
50@45.
f ! AY } 0 f 0@0 60 per ton.
Provliloni.
FLOUR Spnng wheat , atralght ifrade ,
Pioneer" California , $400 ;
$3 75@4 r-0 ; winter whp t straight
i m rye , $2 60 ; Wheat , M 00 ; Queen
Bee , $4 25 ; Jeuipor , $3 87 ; Big Sioux ,
f3 50.
RYE FLOUR- 26.
MILLSTUFFS-Hran , per cwt 1 10
per ton , IS 60@17.00 ; jcreenlngn , j > er cwt.
wo ; RljorU , per swt 1.10 ; chopped feed ,
p < it cwt , 1 20 ; meal bolte < L yellow , 1 40 ;
OTATOK8 NebrAnkiw , 1 25@1 35 ;
Im [ > ct1ed Scotch Champion ! 1 C0@l 05.
aWEKT POTATOES Gonulne MUBCH-
tlns.4 @T c per Hi.
WILIDUCK12G@HO.
KUTTr.lt Creamery , 40@4c : cholco
roll , 33@35c ; common roll , 2G@28c.
APPLKS Good. Bound , very scarce
.t $5 50(30 ( 50 per bbl ,
LEMONS Steady ; per box , W 25 ®
450.
450.ORANGESporbox 4 25@4 tO
BEESWAX Yellow , 20@22o.
ONIONS 1 10@1 40 porbushel.
CRANBERRIES-Por bbl. , 81000 ®
IfO.
CELERY Per doz. , 75c.
DRESSED GEESE Per lb. , 9@Uc.
OYSTERS SelcotB,45c ; Btandards , ar > c.
Mediums 25c.
DRESSED CHICICENS-Steady at
10@llc.
DRESSED TURKEYS -1213o.
CHEESE 10@14o.
CASE VALENCIA RANGES-
SS 2.a 9 00.Grocers.
Grocers. List.
( XFFEE. ) Rio , tnii , lie : Rio , good
Ho ! Rio , prime to choice , 12u ; Old gov'l
nva ; 2GJp2ci ( } ' , Mocha , 28cj Arbucklo'B ,
TEAH. GuniHiwder , gooil , 45@55 <
Jhoice , G0@5c : ImpcriiU , good , 40@45c
'hoico , C0@75c ; Young Hyson , good , 8G@
" > 0e ; choice , C"c@Sl 00 ; Japan Nat Leaf ,
> 3q : Japan , choice , G0@75cji Oolong , good ,
)5@40 ; Oolong , clio.oe , 40@55 ; Souchong ,
Hood. S540c : choice , 35 ® 15c.
S UGARS. Cut loaf. lORc ; Cnisho ( :
I0c ; Granulated , lOjc ; Powdered. lOgi ;
t'inepowderod , It'jc ' ; Standard Coffee A
95 e ; New York Confectioner's Stnndarc
\ , 9"c ; Good A , fljc ; Pralrlo Extra C ,
9i.
9i.SYKUPS. . Sugar house , bbls , 47c : hail
bis , 49c ; kegs , U eallons , $2 18 } ; cholw
table syrup , 40o ; h ltbblg,4Gc ; kegs , $2 18 }
dODA. Dwicht'g lb papers , Jf3 00 ; Dt *
nnd do , $3 00 ; Church's , S3 00 ; Keg loda ,
IU < -
.STARCH. Pearl , 4c ; Silver Gloss , 8J
c2SJc ; Corn Starch , 8J@9c ; Excebdoi
C51os . 7c ; Corn. 74s.
SAljT. Dray loads , per bbl , 1 85 ; Ash
ton , In sacks , 3 50 ; bbls dairy 00 , 5s , 3 4fi
) bln dairy. 100. SB. R G5.
DRIED FRUITS Choice halve * ,
evaporated peaches. 7c : Salt Lake 101 vap
orated 11) boxeslS4c ; Michigan , 7c ; Nev
Vork npplen , 7io ; Prunes , old , 0c ; new ,
7 c ; CurrantR , OJ@7o ; Blnckborrle1) , new ,
15c.
15c.OHEESEFull Cream , 14c ; Pan
kim lljc.
WOODENWARE Two hoop paib
L 95 ; three hoop pails , 2 20 ! No. 1 tub
} 50 : No. 2 tubH , , 8 50 : No. 3 tube , 7 50
yionecr wtshboards , 1 85 Double Cr wn
' 90 ; Well buckets. 825.
LEAD Bar , SI 05.
SPICES. Pepper , | 19 ; Atopies. 19c
Cloves , 40c ; Nutmos , 51 00 : 25cvjas8iu ;
v ace 8100.
MATCHES Per caddie , 90c ; rouni
sanes , $7.05 ; square cases , $5.10
PROVISIONS Breakfast bacon , I3j
choice lard , 14c ; dried beef , 13c ; should
ers , 9c : hamn. 13c ; bacon , aides , llc.
NEW PICKLES Medium , iu barrels
f.9 00 ; do iu half libls , 5 25 ; smalls , in bbl
12 00 do , in half bbls , 7 CO ; gherldce , it
bhls. 14 00 ; do , in half bbls , 7 50.
VINEGAH Pure apple extra , IGa
pure apple , ISc : PniBsine euro annl , IGo
HOMINY New , $5 00 per bbl.
BEANS Medium , hanil picked Sl'2 (
per bushel ; navy , $1 00 ; calcf navy , C * Of
ROPE Sisal , } inch and larger , 8a (
Ay i inch , 3c.
"SOAPS Khk's Savon Imperial , 8 SO
Kirk's satim 830Klrk'a ; atandard , S'G5
Kirk's wlii Russian , 500 : feirk'i
Eutoco , 20 Kirk's Proirio Queen
(100 ( cakcK ) . 10 ; ICirk's magnolia , 4 CBfi
CANDLES Boxeiv 40 Ibs , Ifi oz , 8
10cboxea ; 40'lba. , 10 oz. , Cs. IGc.
LYE American , 3 40 ; Greenwich , S40
Western , 2 7 $ ; North "Star , 2 50 ; Lewis
lye. 4 GO ; Jewell lye , 2 75.
POTASH Pennsylvania cans , 4 doz.
In case , 3 35 ; Babbitt's Ball , 2 doz. In c&ae
1 90 ; Anchor Ball 2 doz In cose. 1 50.
FIELD SEED Red clover , cholci
new , $0 00 per bushel ; mammoth clovei
new , 37 00 ; white clover , new , $14 00
il alfa clover , new , $12 50 ; alsike , now
31300. Timothy , good , new , § 3 00
blue grass , extra clean , SI 50 ; blue grass
clean , $1 25 ; orchard grass , $2 50 ; red top
choice , 1 03 ; millet , common or Missouri
SOc ; millet , German , $100 to 81 25 ;
Hungarian. 80c.
HEDOKSEED-Omige orange , 1 to J
bushels , c5 00 ; osage orange , 10 buNhelB o :
over , $1 50 ; honey locust , t > or lb. , 35c ; pe :
1001be.S250a
FIS .i Family white fish , .90 lb hf bbl
! t 75 ; A'o , 1 white fish , 90 IbUif bblfl , G 70
No. 1 white fish , in 10 lb kits , 1 10 ; familj
IU lb kits , 85c ; Notr Holland herring , pel
kqg , 1 35 ; Runuiau Aardinen , 75c : Colui"
bia river salmon , per 100 Ibs , 8 00 ; Geoiy . '
Bosik codfish , Ge ; Gen. boneless coi.x. ' . .
9e ; boneless fieh , Sic.
MACKEREL Half bhla mesamackorel
100 IbB , $12 50 ; hf bbl No. 1 ex chore do
100 Ibs , 8 GO ; hf bbl , Jut famllj' do , 10 (
Ibs , < C 00 ; mess mackertl , 12 lb Lits , 2 25
No. 1 ex shore , 12 Ibdo , 1 50 : No. 1 shore ,
12 lb do. 1 00 ; fat family , 10 lb do 75c.
CANNED GOODS Oystere , 2 11
( Field' * ) , per case , Si 00 ; do 1 lb ( Field's ) ,
per cai > e , 2 50 : do 2 lb ( Standard ) , per cose ,
t GO : do 1 lb ( standard ) , per case. 2 0 ; dc
2 lb ( slack ) , i > cr cane , 2 75 ; do 1 lb ( alack ) ,
iwr ca.se , 200. OnlotiH , .3 80. Salman , 1
lb , j > er dozen , 1 G0@l 70 ; do 21b , per ilczeu
2n. . Sardines , Binall full , imported , unc
quirter boxes per bor , 14 Jo ; Amerieui ,
quarter boxca per box , lie ; do half boxes ,
per Uix , 21 } c , Lobsters , 1 lb per dozw ,
1 80. TomatocB , 2 'M ; do 3 lb per
case , | 3 HO ; Com 2 Iti ( Moimtala )
[ > or ca e , 8 20 ; soaked com , 2 10 ; do
1 lb ( Vannouth ) , per ca o , S 3' ' ) ;
Hiring beans , per case , 2 25 ; Lima beans
ncr case , 2 20 , Succotash | > er caae , 2 25.
Peas , common , per case , 2 OOipeox , choice ,
rier case , 4 50 , Blqckberries , 2 lb , per case ,
i80 ; Btrnwberrlcrt , 2 lb , ] > er COMB , 2 75 :
raspberriefl , 2 lh , per case , 2 75@3 00.
DamaonH , 2 IU , per ca , 2 45. Bartlett
: > earH per cime , 3 Oo@4 00 , Whortleber-
fiei per case , 2 80 , Egg plums , 2 lb J > er
cijte , 3 50 ; do , choice , 2 lb , per coxe. 4 50.
3roen gages,2 lb per cose , 3 50 : do choice , 0
It | > cr case-l 50. Pine Apples , 2 lb , per case ,
4 00@(5 75. Peaches , 2 lb per cose , 3 10 :
do 3 lb , case , 0 00@C 50 ; do , ( pie ) , 3 lb , per
cat.e.385 ; do pie , 0 lb , per dozen , 3 50 ,
RICE Carolina , 7@8o ; LouUIana , 7
@ 8te ; fair , G@0 } .
I'EANUTS Roasted , choice , red Ten-
neesoe , 9o per lb ; fancy white , lOo per lb ;
raw white Virginia raw , lOc ; roasted ,
Dry Goods.
BROWN COTTONS-Atlantlo A , 8cj
Aiipleton XX , 7c ; Atlanta A , 8c ; Boott
FK 8c ; Buckeye LL , 4-4 , 7o ; Cabot W ,
7lc ; Chlttennmro A , Ojp ; Ureat Falls K ,
SJc ; Hoohier , OJc ; HoueHt Width , 7 < jc ; In
dian Head A. 8Jjc ; Indian Standnnl A ,
5Jij ) Tndliii Or'-hard d , w. , 8.jc ; Lawrence
LL , 7c ; Mystic River. 7o : Pequot A , 8Jo ;
Bhawmut LL , 7c ; Utlca C , 5c ; Wachus-
ett B , 7c ; do A , 8Joj do E 48 , 12c ; Wai-
cett BB. 81 .
FINE BROWN COTTONS Allendale
4-4 ; 7c ; Alligator 3-4 , 3c ; Argyle 4-4 , 7Jo ;
Atlantic LL , 0c " ; Badger State X 4-4 , 7o ;
Bennlngton 0 4"-l , Gc ; Buckeye 8. 4-4 , GJcc
Indian Orchard AA 9-8. 8c ; Laconia O
39 , 8lo ; Lehlgh E 4-4 , 9c ; fyonwlale 4-4.
lOo ; Pepperell N 30 , 7oj do 0 32 , 71c ; do R
SO. 7So ; do E 39 , 8c ; Pocasset 0 4-4 , 7fo ;
WamButta4-4 13o
BLEACHED COTTONS Androsco ) } .
fdn L 4-4 , ! > } cBlackiitoneAA : In-pedal Sic ;
do do half bleached 4-4,9c ; Cabot 4-4,89 ;
FldelIty4-4 , 9cFrult ; of theLoom.lO ; oo
can.brio4 ,13cdoWaterTwUt,10cOreat ; ;
FalUQ , 10ci } Indian Head shrunk 4-4 , 12o :
Lomviale. lOc ; do cambric 87 , 12o ; New
York Mllla. 12c ; Pequot A , lOc ; Pepperell
N G Twills , 12c : PocahontM 4 , 9o ;
Pocasaet 4-4 , sjo ; Utica , lie ; Wftinautta
0 X X , 12ic.
DUOKS Unblenohed Atlantic , 10 c *
7c ; Bftltlmor * do , 1G ; Lon SUr , 8 01. *
12c : SikTHim. 18c.
DUCKS ( Colerod ) Albany K brown.
8c ; do O , lr b il do XX , stripes and
plaldn , 12ic ; do XXX brown und drub ,
stripes nnd plaid * , ISJc ; Arlington fancy ,
19c ; L'runswlck brown , BJc ; Chariot fancy ,
12c ; do extra heavy , 20c ; Fnll River
brown , extra heavy , llc ; Indiana A
brown , 13ci N t nBet A brown , 16o.
TICKINGS Am oBkeAR A O A S3
.
IrlW X | QVi Aft-f % llv * l't * * U 4UT * in wu *
30,16c ; Mlnnohaha 4-1 , 20cj Omcpa urr
extra 4-4 , 28c ; Pearl lllvor 82. lGc : Put
nam XX blue Btrljie , 12c ; Shotucket S
10c ; do S8 12c ; Yeoinftn'ii blue 29 , 8jo
UKNIMS. Amoskenk , bluonud brown
Jcj Andovcr DD blue , ISJcj Arlington
blue Scotch , 18Jc ( Concord OOO , blue nnd
brown. 12ic : do AAA , do do 18J } do XXX
blue nod brown , 13jc ,
CAMBKICS ilnrnnrd , Blcj Kddyitone
lining. 24 Inch double fnco , 8\c ; Garner A
glazed , 5c : Mnnhnttftn elove finUh , C > Jc :
NewjKjrt do Oc ; do glazed , 5Jc | 1'equot do
Cc : Ixwkwood kid finish , Gc.
COKS13T JEANS Amory , 8c ; Andres-
copgln Ratteen , 8JcUlarendcn ; , OJcjOoncR-
togn Batlccns , 7c ; Hallowel , 8c ; IndlAu
Orclianl Improvcil , 74c : NArr gAnsctt , 7Jc ;
1'opperlll BAttmin Oln ; llockjxjrt , 7o ,
p PRINTSAllcnu. . CJc : Amerlcnn , OJc }
Arnold , 7cj Berwick , 4Sc ; Cochoco , To ;
ConotogA. C c ; Dunkirk , 4Jc ; Duunoll ,
OJ@7c ; Kddystone. 7oj GhuLostcr , He ;
llnrmony , fiic : Knickerbocker , 0e ! Mcr-
i rimao I ) . 7c : Mystic , 65c ; Bprnmen. tlcj
I Stmthbridgc , Gc } do. Glnghniiw , 7ct I tnrl-
' , hum , Hijc ; Oriental CJo.
I GINGHAMS Amo keftK , lOJc : AIIIOB-
keiif ilrcss 121' Argyle , lOJc ; Atlntitlc ,
! icj Omnborland , 74c ; H'fthlHuil ' , SJc ;
Kcnilworth , 8Jc ; Plun kott , lOJcj SUB-
POX. 8c.
CUTTONADES AblKsrvlllo 18Jc ;
Agnte. Oc : American , lie ; Artisii\n , 20c (
Cairo D and T , ISJc ; Clarion D And T ,
I7jcj DOCCAU Co. stripes DandT , IGc ; Key
Btone , 18ic ; Nantucket , 19c : Koniiarcfl ,
IGc ; Ocean D and T. 13jp ; lloynl , 1GJ i ;
SuBsex , 12c ; Tlogn , 12JC } WachtiBott Bhlrt-
in < ? sbockB. 12ic ; do , Nankin , 12Jc ; York.
plain Nankin. 12 > c ; do , chcckn , Btripoa nno
fancy , 12Ac ; do , 8oz , 20c.
8UHETINGS Andro9cog8inl0-4,27ici
do 3-1 , 24c ; do 8-4 , 22c ; Continental C
42 , lie : Fniit of the Loom 10-4. 27J ( New
York mills 98 , 35oj do 78 , SOc ; do C8 , 22Jc ;
Pembroke 10-4 , 2.5cs Pcquot 10-4 , 28Jc ; do
7-4 , Iflc ; do 49 , IGc : Penpcrell 90 , 29c ;
do r < 7 , 21c ; do 57 , 18c [ Uticn 9C , 5c ; do
68 , 22ic ; do 48 , 17o
OlKorm and Tobaccoi.
CIO AUS. Beods , $15.00 ; Uoniiocticut ,
825.00 ; Mixed , 935.00 ; Seed Ilnvann ,
$50.00 ; ClenrHavnna , ? 75.00.
TOBACCO PLUG. Golden Rule ,
24 lb , GOc ; Siwttod Fawn , 61cj Our Hope
first , quality , G2c ; Star , ( xiundfl , 2-
Ib , butts , GOc ; Horeo Shoo , poundR
24 lb , butts , GOc ; Gtlt Edge
pounds , 21 lb , butts , GO ; Army and Navy
pounds , 55c ; Bullion , pounds , GOc ; Loril
lard's Climax , pounds , Glc.
FINE OUT In nails. Hard to Beat ,
75cj Golden Thread , 70c ; Fountain , SOc
Favorite , 65c ; Itocky Mountiuu , GOc
Fancy , 55c ; Daisy , we. In tin foil
CatlliiB O. S. , 5 lb hnxcs , p r lb G3c ; Lori
Ulard's Tiger , 65cj Diamond Crown , GOo.
SMOKING All grades Common , 25 to
33c. Granulated Black wells Durham , 1 (
oz Glc ; Dukes Durham , 1C oz , 50c ; Seal o
North Carolina , 10 oz , 40 ; Seal of Nebras
ka , 1G oz , 38o ; Lone Jack , 4 oz , linen bugs
per lb , 51.35 ; Marburgs' Puck , 2 oz , tin
oil. 5 5c ; Dog Tail. G5c.
Paint * Oils and Varnishes ,
PAINTS IN OIL White lead , Omnhn
P. P. , Gic ; white lead , O.P.&C Co .S.P.G
pureO.&IarsaIllef < greeD , Ifto 5 lb crniB , 20c
French zinc , gifin eeal , 12c ; French zinc ,
red seal , lie ; French zinc , In varnish asst
20c ; French zince , in oil asnt , 15c ; Hav
and burnt umber , 1 lb cans 12c ; raw ant
burnt Sienna , 13c : Vandyke brown , 13
refined lampblack , 12c ; coach black , lcc
l"ory block , IGc ; drop black , IGc ; Prussia !
blue , SOc ; ultramarine blue , 18c ; clironi
green , L , M. & D. , 14c ; blind and Bhutto
in-een , L. M. & D. , 14c ; Paris green. 18c
Indian red , 15c ; Venetian red , 9c ; Tuscas
dr 22c ; American Vermiliod , I. &P. , I8o
chrome yellow , L. , M. , O. & D 0. , 18c
yellow oofare , 9c ; golden ochre , 16 ; paten
dryer , Gc.graniiig ; ! colors : light oak. darl
oa t , walnut , chentnut and a h 12o
Dry ualnt
White kad , GJc ; French zinc , lOc ; ParL
whitping 2c ; whiting gildera. IJc
v , hi tint ; ooinl , 14c ; lampblack Gorman
town. 14c ; lampblack , ordinary , 8c ; 1'rus
Bian blue , C5c ; ultramarine , 18c ; Vandyke
brown , 8c ; umberbumt , cj umber , raw
lcsienna ; , burn t , > lc ; eienrm , raw , 4c
Paris grcou genuine , S5c ; Paris green com'
25c ; chroma green , N. Y. ' SOc ; chrom
green 1C. , 12c ; vermillion , Eng , , 70e ; ver
million , America , ' 18c ; Indian .rod. lOc
rose pink , 1-lc ; venctlau read , Cookson'
Me : venetiaa red Am. , 5Jc ; ro-l lead , 7Jc
chroiiiti yellow , genuine , 20o ; chrome yel
Jew , K. , 12c ; ochre , rochelle , 3c ; ochre
French , 2jc ; oehre , American , lie
Winter's miuural. 2Jc ; leliigh brown. 24o
apanish browa , 2ic ; L'rinoo'fl mineral So
VARNISHES Barrels per gallon
Furniture , eiAra , 81 10 ; furniture , No , 1
2. ; furniture , IT , 8. c ; coach , extra , SI 40
Coach , No. 1 , Ct 20 ; Damor , $1 50 : Jcnan
70c ; asphaltuBi , 70c ; sheilas , $3 50 ; hart
oil finish. 8130
< &ILS 110'ctrbon , per gallon , HJcjl'SC
be&dlight , per gniion , l2Jc ; 175 * headlight
IK.T gallon , IGJc ; crystoline , par gallon , Iflc
llnBoed , raw , j > er gallon , 02 ; Iti
i > er gallon ,
Ian , 1 00 ;
XXX. p r gallon , 1 30 ; No. 3 , 1 15 ; sweet
I > er gellon. 85c ; si > oim , W. B. , per gallon
1 35 ; h , W. B. . jer gallon , GOc ; neatsfool ,
extra , per gallon , 75c ; No. 1 , C5c ; lubri
cating , rero , per galloa , SOc ; nuuancr , 15c ;
golden machine , No. 1 , per gallon , S5c ; No ,
2 , SO : B [ rm , nignal , per gallon , 80c : tor-
pcntine , per gallon , C4c ; naptha , 74 , per
gallon , afc ; GT. 20o
Heavy Hardwire Ll t.
Iron , rftteH , i$3 40 ; plow ateel , tipecla
cast , 7c ; crucible , 8c ; pocialurJeruiaufio ( ;
cast tool do. 15@20 wjcon apokoH , Bet ,
2 253 00 ; Iiu ( ) , per act , 1 25 ; follooH , nawcu
dry. 1 40 ; tangnen , each , 70@85c ; axlon ,
each , 75o ; Bquare nuta , per lb , 7@llc
washera. per lb , 8@18o : rirttH , per lh , lie ;
coil chain , per lb , G@l2c ; tnalleahle , 8c ;
Iron wedgon , Co ; crowbars , Go ; harrow
teeth , 4c ; her e Jioo , per keg , fi 00 ; 'spring
BtoeL 7@8c ; Burden's lowborn , fi 35 ]
Burden's mule * hoes , G 35.
NAILS 10 to aod. GO ; 8 to 10 , 3 75
Gd , 4 00 ; 4d. 4 25 ; 3d , common , G 00 : 3d ,
line , 6 50 ; clinch , all flizcH , 5 25 ; Gd , casing ,
4 75 : 8d casing , 4 50 ; lOd casinc.Ta" ; lOd
inifih , 4 75 ; 8d finish , 5 00 ; Od fiuUh , 5 25
lalf keirB , lOo extra.
SHOT. Shot , 81.85 ; Buck Bhot , 82.10 ;
Oriental Puwdor , kegii , 90.40 : do. , half
cogg , $3.48 ; do. , quarter kegs , $1.88 ; HUut-
a , Vega. e3.it5 : Fuse , uor 100 feet 50c.
BA BKDVIlJK In car Iot8.8 30 per
100 ; In less than carlotx. 8 55 tier 100.
Horiei * nd Mule * .
The market U brisk ami all grades are
uelling well at i > llcht advance in piiceH.
L'he demand for good homes exceeds the
mpply considerably. 1'rlctn range ai fol-
OWB :
Fine single driven , $150. to BOO. ; Kxtrn
Iraft liorses , $175. to 225 , ; Commun druit
jorses , 3100. to 150. ; Extra farm horsed ,
8110. to 125. ; Common to good farm horaon
.90 , to $100. ; Extra ilugi' , < X ) , to 7fi.j
Common plugn , $20. to10. .
MULISH. 15 to 15 } hands ( extra ) , 8125.
to 150. ; 14 } to 15 hands , $100. to 140. ;
14 to 14 } hands , $7 * . to 100. ; 1 ! ! } to 14
LumU , $ < X ) , to 75
Llauor * .
ALCOHOL 187 proof. 280 per wine
; allou ; extra California xpfritB , 187 proof ,
L 30 per proof gallon ; triple retined snirita.
187 proof , 1 24 per proof gallon ; ro-dlstllled
vtlikies , 100@150 ; fine blended , 150 ®
250 ; Kentucky bourbonu , 200@700 ; Ken-
lUckv and Pennsylvania ryeu , 2 00f7 00
BRANDIKB Imported , $ U 00@1000 ;
domestic 1 404 00.
GINS Iccported , 4 60@0 00 ; domestic ,
HUMS Implied , 4 50@0 00 ; New
England. 2 00@4 00 ; domestic. 1 60(5)3 ( ) CO
PEACH AND APPLE BRANDY
1 75(84 ( 00.
OHAMPAaNES Imported n r case ,
! GOO@31 OjAmsriwj , CAM , 1200 ®
.8 00
CLARETS P r CUBS , 4 60 < glG 00
WINES Rhtna wine , p r CA/-P , G
20 00 ; CAtAwbft , per COM , 4 00@7 00.
Lumber.
WHOLS8ALK ,
We quote lumber , Uth nnd nhinglM on
cars At Omaha At the following prlcon :
JOIST AND SCANTLING 10 ft. And
under. $21 ( X ) ; 18 ft. , $22 00.
TIMBKRB 1C ft. And under , $22 00.
TIMBER AND JOIST-18 ft. , $2300 ;
20 ft. , $24 00 : 22 ft. , $27 60 ; 2 ft. , $27 M.
FENCING -No. 1 , 4 nd 0 In. , 822 00 ;
No. 2 , $20 00.
SHEETING No. 1 (2nd ( common
bonrdu ) * 18 50 ; No. 2 , $1700.
STOCK ! BOARDS , 12-In. D , 300 ;
1'Mn. (5. $35 00 ; 12-ln. B , $10 00.
SID1NG-A , $21 OJ ; B , $21 00 ; ( ' ,
$18 00.
FLOORINO-A , $40 00 ; B , $37 50 ; C ,
$32 00 ; D , $23 00. ,
SHINGLES No. 1 , $1 75) ) G-ln. clear ,
$2 75 ; star , $3 85 ; extrA A , $1 00.
LATHNo. . 1. $3 TO.
SHIP LAP-Plaln , $2300 ; 0. G. Nor
2 , $2100 ; O. G. No. 1 , $3.00.
OEILINO-f-ln. No. S , $2o 00 ; J-in.
No. 2. $37 00iii. : . No. 1 , $42 50.
FlNISHING-Mn. No. 3 , $37 50 ; l-lo.
N. 2 , $13 50 ; 1-ln. No. 1 , $ IR 50.
THICK FINISH-S48 00@M 00.
TARKED FELT-Perlb , 3e ,
STRAW BOARD-P r lh , So.
BKAR CREEK LIME $12.- .
PLASI'HR PARIS-$2ar > .
LOUISVILLE OEMENT-S200.
DulldlrR Material.
LIME Per bAirel , $1 35 ; bulk pcrbu. ,
35c. Cement , bbl , 92 50. IOWA planter ,
bbl , $2 50. Hivlr per bn. Soc. Tarred
felt 100 Ibs. $3 50. Straw board , $4 CD
PAPER St'nw paper , Sfc ; r g paper ,
4c ; dry goods uapcr , 7cmanilA paper , lOc- ;
news paper. Sc
COAL Uumbeimnd bUcU inltli , $12 ;
Morris Run Bldt-sburg , ? 12 ; WhltcbivuHt
lump , $0 f Of Whitohreast nut , SO0 ; Iowa
lump , $0 60 ; Iowa nut 50 50 : Rock Sprinin- ,
$8 ; AuthrAoite , nil slzw. $12 00@12 W ) .
OrUf .
DRUGS AND OHEMlUAlAcla
CarboUc , SOc ; Acid , Tartarlc , Kte ; Balsam
Copabia , per lb , 7Bc ; Bark , S Mnfra , ixr
lb , 14c ; Calomel , | Mr lb , 75c ; Clnchonidia
ycr oz , $100 ; Chloroform , i > er lb , 100 ;
Dover's iMiwdnrB , per lb , 81 10 ; Kpecrj
talto , per lb. 3ic ; Glycerine , imrc , per lb ,
I Tic : Lead , Acetate , per lb , 21c ;
Oil , Castor , No. 1 , per , < al , 1 30 ;
Oil , n tor , No. 3 , per gal , 8125 ; Oil ,
Olive , per /id. SI 50 ; Oil , Origanum , 50c
Opium , : ? r > 2S ; Quinine P. A W. i H. & S. ,
per nz , 32 40 ; Potasxium , loilide , per lb :
$235 ; Salacm , per or..40c : Sulphate elI
I Iorphlnc , per oz , $4 00 ; Sulphur ( tour ,
per lb , 4c : Strvchnine. tier 07. 81 50.
Wool
, Hghl , Haaltic ( ; heavy ,
HI@16c ( medium Muwiwh l , light , I8fo)20c )
wnxhed , choice , 32o ; fair , SOc ; tub-dings
and w. , 28c : liutry , 'Mackand ' uottm ) wooU
2(5f ( > C l0h
Hide * l-urs. Etc.
1IIDKS inuen butcher's hide , ; 6\i'tf7 \
cured 7jc ; hiilra , green Halt , part cuml7-i
hldi'H , ( > { c ; dry flint , Bound. 13@14c ; drj
calf and kip , 12@l"c ; dry xalt hides , mmnd
ll@l'Joj green cnlf. wt. 8 fcolSU * . , 10@llc
gietn calf , wt. tuidur 8 HID , pet skin. BOc
irrceu i > elt , .Vg5l ( 2S ; p-cn lainli sVini-
$1 10@12o ; damaged bides , two-third ritti-
cut Bcored and ono grub , cl.iHsed two
tllnlu rate , ) branded hides 10 per eent. oil
Coon akins , No. 1 , 45c ; No. 2 , SOc ; No. 3
20 , ; No. 4 , lOo. Mink , No. 1 , f)0c ; No. 2
SOc ; No. 3,15o ; No. 4 , Cc. Vex , No. 1
GOo ; No. 2,25c. Skunk , No. 1 , black
G5c ; short stripe , 40cj narrow Btrl | > o 25c
broad etripe , 10c. Tallow , Gc ,
Lcnihcr.
Oak Hole , 38c to 42c ; hemlock xole , 28is tc
.ICc ; hoiulrck kip. 80c to 100 ; rtmner
GSc to SOo ; hemlock cnlf , 8'c to 120 ; hi'iii
lock upper , 23o to 2Gc ; oak ti per , 2lc
alliBator. 4 00 to fi 50 ; cilf kid.j82@.T > c
Greitten kid , 2 60 to 2 75 ; oak kip , txic tc
100 ; oak calf , 1 20 to 130 ; French kin
110 to 1 55 ; F , ench calf , 1 25 to 2 00 ; HIM
HettB. 5 50 to 7 50 ; linings , G 00 to 8 50
topoinga , 0 I'O to 10 50 ; U L. Morocco , KO
to 35c ; i > obblo O. 1) . Morocco , 35c ; siuion
2 fO to 3 00.
HARNESS-No. 1 utar oak , -I3c ; No .
do , 40c ; No. 1 Ohio oak , 40c ; No. 2 do
27c ; No. 1 Milwaukee , 38c ; No. 2 do , 3Uc
Council BlaUa Marliot.
COUNCIL Btorra , March 24
Flour Crystal Mills Golden Sheaf
S CO ; California Jiureka , patent 3 8.1 ; ben
brand of K.insai , 3 50@3 90 ; Kansas an
Missouri flour , 3 D0@4 25 ; graham , It
rye flour , 340.
Bran and Shorts 15 00 per ton
Chop Corn 22 50 per toil.
Wheat No. 2 , $112@1 IS ; No. 3 , 72c
rejected , 52c ,
Corn 52.
Oats Ko. 2 , 40o ; rciccto.1 , 35c.
Barley No. 2 , t)0c ) ; No. 3 , 75o ,
liny Lno < e , 5 006 ( 00.
Wood-5 50 ® 7 00. ,
Live Hogs 5 83@B 75. p
Cattle Shipping , 4 50@5 00 ; mile
cows 30 00@45 00 per head ; butcher
stock , 3 00@3 60.
Shcoi > 3 75@4 23.
G Jllides 5cG ; S hides , 7c.
Wool 15@'J5.
Butter Creamery , 30o ; in rolls , wrap
ped , ! > c : rolls not wrapped , 20c ; inlxu
co ors , 15@20c ,
Egfis 1'acked , 'Jic ; fresh , 15u.
I'otfttoeH 1 30 ; Salt Lake , 1 Bl ) .
OnJoiis 1 25@l 40.
Drowfled Poultry Chlcltons , 10c ;
lOc ; Keotit'i 8c ; turkeys , 12Jo.
Lv ! Chickens 2 25 per dozen.
Chicago IToauoe.
CUICAOO. March 24.
Flour .Steady and about unchnuitcc
demand moderate ; common toch'jicowrsl
ern BprioR , 4 50 ( ? < G 75 ; Minnesiita , 5 75
patents , < J 75@8 25 ; winter wheat Hour
4 507 00.
Wheat No. 2 sprint ; ruled quiet durin
most of ( he seuMon and the aggregate lnul ;
ness trart acted was only moderate. Ni
cow inlluenceu were brought in bear upor
tile market and t ailing wa * princiiiilly o
a local character , with homo fntluciiuo
govornlrjK the course The market ut the
okenln | ( , ' price * were l@l.jo higher f.ir the
various futures , but weakened under free
offerings and duclioes l@ljc per bushel
then rallied S@i'c , fluctuated and finally
closed about feUc on the board , and 01
call 'at 1 358 for canh and March ; 1 3U foi
April ; 1 30S@1 M'i for May ; 1 2 for
Juno ; I 25J for July ; I IVf for August
1 03 for the year ; No 'Iqnlet at I 07&1 11
and rejected at PC@88Jc , according t (
[ ocitlou.
Corn Only a moderate KuulnetH WUH
reported. The feeling was ( inner and
[ iricts higher and moderately well umin-
tained. The otteiinK * were not very largo
an I the inquiry fair , especially for tliu
more deferred deliveries. At tfio opening
trices were li@lIo ( ( { higher und a Itirlhei
mprovemtnt of i@ic highnr. On call
joard No 2 closed at U3o for < aeh and
Marjh : ( Kilo forApill ; 0 l@U82of r May ;
08@C84o for Juiu ; C8u for July : 60Jo for
the year } high mixed , 07c ; rujecled in
; oed dcmuml ,
Outs Quiet and not much interest
alien In the market , No. 2 closed at 42a
or .Msich ; 42Jo for April ; 4uj@i5a { for
M y ; 41Jo for .lime ; 41Jolor July
Jtyc Very ( piIetiNo 2at 82iutor April ;
SOc for Mnv.
Barley Dull and iiultt ; N.J 2 , 1 OJ ;
% 82@83c
Pork Fairly active and fteady. M
loted at 17 00@17 12J for cash ; 17 00 for
April ; 17 75 for May ; 17 45 for June ;
7 C2J for July } 10 074 lor the year.
Lard Gootf , active and ellghtly higher ,
Icslns at 10 05@10 074 for cash ; 10 074
@ 10 70 for April ; 10 fa2j for May ; 10 O.i
or June ; 11 05 for July ; 11 12 * for Aug.
ustj 11 224 for September ; 10 65 for the
oir.
Bulk Mtats Steady and higher. Short
ibs , U 45 for ca h ; U 424 tor April ; 9 55
or Muy ; 965(6970 ( for June ; 070 for
'uly.
Whmky-Quiet at 1 18.
Butter Firmer and demand better on
account ; Unlit receipts. Creamery , choice
o fancy , 40@12c ; fair to good , 33@S8c ;
dairy , choice to fancy , 82@37c ; do faire
o good , 23@28o ; freari iimdo and packing
lock , 18@28o ; low grades , 10@13c ; roll ,
6@2Co for common t fair ; 28@30o fur
; oed to choice.
Kcfrs-In mcK ] rftte demand ; ruuplv
Roe < f. Strictly freth , 16c.Itee'tn
Itee'tn Shlpm'U
Hour . 1.305 1M
Vheat . 1,985 8C3)j )
'ora. . . . . IW.174 C7,41'J
OftU. . . . . * . 4,430 89,412
lye . 1.197 IW )
. . , . 10,558 6414
lilvo Stnok.
CIIIOAOO , March 24.
The Drovor'i Journal reports RH foil > wss
Hogs Receipt * , 15,000 hend. For com
mon to good the gancrnl market wnn
wenker and less aitlve , though oed , fat
tnck sold very re lly ft' lully former
Ateo ; rottsh * ml liijlit mixed Rr drii , how.
ver , were plfMiHFu' ' , and u nn n average
old 60 low-6r ; fr nh receipts were liberal ,
: on lderini { nil thins' but had the olfer-
ngs been of good a\i rage quality the eup-
ily doubtless would ho t dlen short of
he drmanit ; prices raiiKOil from G 2 C )
! 75 ; sliipi , flriu and Moady ut G 8)7 60 ;
ight hi-gn , dull ami MlgLtlv lower nt ti 30
tO 76skip ; and ut 1 , dull and lower n' '
5 40@G 25.
Cattle Uecelpti , ti.KOhcad. Tin mar-
cit for shtppiug cattle wn very lively and
prices wrro fully lOc higher .vll nnnmJ ; it
w.i u RollerV market , and trading wan
lone rap dly ; o million to peed , 5 40 ®
> 30 ; choice , 0 30@0 05 : export U7 ( >
1 76 ; butchcrii , choice cows , 3 00@1 76
bullf , 3 W@0 25 ; steer5 -I0@6 03 ;
erivand feeder * , mtrkct nbw ; nnd unchanged -
changed at 3 60486 00 , *
Sheep Reoelpls 4,000. Mm kei quiet
) rIcH nominally uiicliango < ; fair , 650y (
" "i medium , 5 8' ' ) ; choice , t ! 20@0 2"i.
Now Vork Froaunt .
NKW YoiiK , March 21
Flour I1 1 m add quiet and pilcos un
hnngu ; .vnitlicrii Hour H o < ly ; cnmuiiv
o choice i xtr.i , 625@800 ; Min.ieHMta . ux
in , I U j < jfS lib ; city mill ex , .i , 6 60@8 00
\Vhcat 0 , oned lla)21r ( ) ! hlnhor anc
lonifwlint unrouttd , closing rtoady - ith i
s'lght ' reaction ; No. 2. 1 I2@l 4IJ mixo
winter , 1 IttJ ; No. 1 whit.1 7@1 40J
No. 2 reil. April , 1 414C 1 Wt do May
1 41J1 ) 42J ; do Juno , I 38@l 38 .
Corn Higher and very lirm ; douiam
nnxlLTHto ; No. 3 rod , 761ffl76ic ; No. :
whit88 ; No. 2 mixed , Mtvrch , 75c ; d
April , 757r > jjc : do ilny , 75V@7GJo.
OatH lllo higher and fairly active
liMiut : fir ; No. 1 white. 68c ; No. 2 dn
> Gc ( ; S'o. 1 mixed , 5lc ; mixed western , 60
@Mic ; No. 2 mixed , March , 53@53ia
Rye Firm nt 89@95c.
Harley Steady and in fair demand.
I'ork Firm but quiet ; Dovr mess , 17 60
Lard Strong , i.cc vo and hlght > r ; 10 H.
for cnnh ; 10 'J2\ \ for Aiiri ) 10 80 for Juno
Whisky NomliM.
Petroleum Market a shade higher am
stroi g ; united , 82c ; crndo in barrels
rols , ti7g } ; ; naiitb. * , in b.invlj , GiJ
iiHkcd ; refined hero and lit Bikltlmore , li
l > arr < Is , 7&c & ; do I'hllodolphin , 7o. | {
St , Iiouls Frodnoo.
ST. Loum , March 23.
Flour Dull and weak nut unchangei
nncy , 6 450 70 ; choice , 0 lu@0 25 ; fam
ly , 6 90 ; XXX. 5 U@5 00.
Whiut Feollng bettor and higher ; Ni
2 red , 1 32 for dsli ; 132 for March ; 1 4
for April ; 1 33.J for May : 125 for.Ium
1 11J for July : 107 for August ; I OGJ ! H
the year ; No. 3 , dc , 1 25 } ; No. 4. 1 114.
Corn Clostd weak but higher ; 07J
for cash ; H78o for March ; Gilo for \pn
( iSJc for May ; G8i < j for June : O'.lo ft
July ; 70o for August ; 62c for tinyear. .
Oats Strong but dull ; 48o < t casl
45c for April ; 45Jo for Alayllic ; fi
June.
Kyo-Slow at 81c.
Barley Firmer and more active at 90 (
91c
'Li d-Dull at 4 60 bid nn-1 4 021 niikt
for refined.
liutt-r Unchanged ; creamery , 40@l2i
dairy , 35@38o.
Ecgs Firm at l.Ho.
Whisky 117.
Flax Seed Finn demand ut 1 34
Pork-Quiet ; 17 20 for cahh ; 17 274 f'
March.
Lard Nominal at 10 00.
00.lloo'ts.
lloo'ts. Shipmt
Flour 1,041 5.8 !
Wheat 21,870 2,7 !
Corn 21,080 21,0 ;
Oats 42,783 10,0 !
Rye 500 7.
Harley 11,450 . . .
Kansas City Prodnco Murliot-
KANSAB CITV , ! Mnrch21.
Wheat-Slow ; No. 2 cash , 118J ; aid
1 18i ; prll , 1 18 ; Nn. 3 caMi , 99.- ; Marc !
t)9 ) c ; April , 9le ) ; May , 9'Jjc ; June , 93
No. 1 cash , 89@89ia ; March. 8 5 ; Apr !
894 ; May , SSJc ; rejected , canli , 70J.
Corn -Firmui ; No , 2 mixed , cash , 02(1 (
02o ; March , G'2\c ; April , 02c ; Alay , 01 !
June , OSic.
Oats No. 2 carh , 40Jc ; March , 40i
AM 11 , 'I7c.
Ryo-No. 2 cash , 90c.
Reo'tH. Shipm't
Wheat 4,031 3,2/ /
Corn 25,805 1101
Oats nunu 3 , . ' ( !
Jiye none inn
SHouis JJlyo Stooli.
St. Louis , March 24.
Cattle Voij- strong and higher ; d
maud good but supply small ; exporter
0 25@G 7 ; good to cliolce natives , 5 0i ( )
0 00 ; medium to choice butuhors' , 4 75 (
6 75 ; native stockon- 75@4 75 ; niti' '
cows and heifers , 4 00@5 00. Receipt
443 head ; shipments J25jiejil.
Hogs Unclianged and firm ; denial
fair uml vnlues strong ; light , 0 ' 5@'i ' 3
YoikeiH , fi 45(20 ( 00 ; porkers , 0 20@tJ fi
hutchcm atvi wlect , 0 76 ( J7 f 0 ; pigs , 5 !
gf. 10. Reocipts , 1,9.18 head ; vlil | > nient
2,015 hoa < l.
Peoria Prodaoe.
I'KOniA , Alurch 24.
Corn New , firm ; high mixed , 00@OOJ
mixo , 0508c.
Oats-Steady ; No. 2 white , 47474c ,
Ryo--Ouiet ; No. 2 , a'iic.
Hlgh-wincH Unchanged at 1 10.
Roc'ts. Shlp't
Wheat 1,800 non
Corn 41,700 48,61
Oats 20,050 9,0 !
Kyi ) 1,600 1101
Barley 610 C (
Dry Good * Muriiet ,
NKW YoilK , March 21.
Tliu maiket for dry goods lias bre
characterized by the mine general fealuri
reported of late , Transaction * with coir
nilsi-1'.u lirnibcs are chiefly of a hand t
mouth character , but somewhat monotor
) Un , and the volume of business , If no
lurge , wa * fairly satisfuctorv for this tlm
of year The jobbing trade continues o
good iironortloua , with u marked degree o
activity In department goods.
Baltimore Produce.
BAI/TIUOHK , March 21.
Flour-Steady.
Wheat - Southern quiet ; fultz , 1 35u (
4H ; Lonsjborry , 1 43@118 ; No. 2 rei
ii.ttr nlrong at 1 3(14 ( 'or ' cash and March
Corn White southern quiet r.t 8Gc ; yd
ow ipilet at 76 7'ic ' ; inlxinl western firm <
rat 7 lie.
Pbilaaelpbla Prodaoe.
PuiLAUiai'HiA , March 2-1 ,
Wheat Easier at 1 38 ® 1 39 for cash
nd March : 1384@1 39 IT Ajiril ,
Corn Firm at 74i@7"'lo for cosh and
larch ; 75j@75io for April
Oata Firm at 54@56o for canh and
ilarch ,
Rye Nominal.
Ken u City Iilyo Stock.
KANHAH CITY , March 21.
Cattle Receipts 2,667 : shipmcutB , 172 ;
market ttrcng and active at unchanged
> rlces ; native shippers , 6 00@0 25 } native
tockera and feeders , d 50@4 25 ; native
own , 2 25 ® 125.
Hog -Receljts , 2,259 : hlpraents , lC58j
roug and active at Thursday's prices :
jootl to choice heavy. -10@G 76 ; mixed
lacking , 0 10@G 40 ; light uhlpping , 6 70 ®
00.
Cincinnati Prodnco.
CINCINNATI , March 24
Me . Pork i77B@180 , with Jobbing
Lud-Piimc ICAUI , 10 05 ( )10 ) 074.
llnlk Mcnt Fair demand ; clear sldw ,
OCO.
Bacon Clear radon , 10 G2i@10 03.
Flour ( ! o < xl demand ami firmer ; winter
amlly. 6 U@0 10.
Wheat-Easier ; No. 2 ml , 1 86@1 80 ,
CornIxwi active and easier ; mixed ear ,
2o. sales ,
Gootl consiimj ptive demand and
rni ; No. 2 mixed , f'SJc
Rye Dull and hrm ; No. 2 , 91c.
Barley Cholco No. 2fall , 1 DO.
Whiskey Active nnd strong at 1 1 ' .
Liverpool Prodnoo.
l.tVKia-oou March 24.
Flour American , lV@12ri.
WhoHt-SteiMly ; winUr , 9 < dl@10 Od ;
h e , Os Gd9 Oil ; firing , l @lh ; club ,
i ! M@IO < 2d.
Corn On lOil for now , andGs 4Jd for old.
Pork 77s.
Lard 53 * Cd.
Tolotto Proflnoo-
TOLEDO , Mnrcli 24
Wheat Firm an 1 quiet ; No. 2 , I .Ti
or oth ; I 83 for Mnrcn ; 133 $ for April ;
34 for May ; 132 for June ; 1 1GJ for
uly ; 1 12 for Augmt ; 11 } for the ycAr.
Corn I'inrff > 'oimnd HKht ; high mixed ,
0@7lc ; No. 2. 09fl for CAHI | C8c for March ;
9o for April ; 01c for May.
OaU Nnthl g doing.
t Liberty JLlvo Stooh.
BAHT UIIKUTV , Pa. , March 24.
CnUlo Nothing doitu.- ; receipts , 50 ;
lilimiftiH 180 , '
llogn Kirn ; i-m-iiiU , li.700,1 tdilpmcntit ,
,700 ; PhlhuUlplilikN , 7 Mji)7 ) ) 00 ; "Yorkoni ,
i 75 < j5i7 00.
Sheet ) Firm nnd unchanged ; receipt * ,
1,400 ; hlpmontH , ' .
Cotton Market-
NKW YOIIK , March 24 ,
Cotton Spot dull and raster ; mMUnili
nd upland. 12 3-M ; futures cloned firm al
KS12.IOO higher ; \pril , 12 l.WG ; May
1232.3.1 * ; Juno 1261-52 ; , lu y , 1207-08 ,
Torpontlno Marltnt.
WlLitlNciTON , N. 0. , March 24.
Rosin Firm ; strained , 1 85 ; good , 1 00
Spiritn Firm at 1 54.
Tar Steady at 1 70.
Buffalo Live Stet - .
KAHT DUXFALO , .M irch 2t.
HoRH Firm ; receipts , 01 ; shipments ,
49 ; Yorkers , OSK710 ) ; gy.ii mfdiuu
wolglrn , 715@725.
Cleveland Marliot.
CLKVELA.N-D , Match 1M.
1'otroloum UnchanKcdjHtundard whitf ,
110 test , 7c
CALIFORNIA FLOUR ,
-ucruuiento mills patent flour ( re (
braml ) . Our best Kureka patent llou ;
( blue brand ) . The only patent llour man
ufactured on the I'ucilio coast. We claiu
it is the whitist , strongest and bestfumil ;
Hour in thu state. Ask your grocer for It
Try it and you will use no other.
K. M. McCiiKAitY k Co. ,
Sacramento.
T. J. KVANH , Agent ,
Crystal Mills , Council BlulTs.
THE GREEN AND THE GRA1
The DUIbronco Between tbo Cllmnt
of Great Britain and Nebraska.
A BKK reporter yesterday hnd tli
pleasure of meeting Air. Thomas Oa
turgnrd , the well known miller o
Fremont , nnd for fourteen years pas
it'resident of Nebraska , who , accoir
pained by his wite is returning from
BIX mouths visit to the old country.
[ jMr. Ostorgard left this state in Sq
tembor last und wont to his nutiv
country , Denmark , visiting Coper
hngon and other places of intoiodl
llo was surprised , after BO long a
absence from the old country , to fin
the dill'erenco in prices between tliu
and this. Ho smoked cigars that cos
one cent each but at length grow ex trnv
ngunt and bought two-cent cigar
which ho pronounces better than ou
twenty-live cent cigars. Ho t'.avo th
reporter one und ic was certainly ver.
tine , lie brought home quite n lo
with him and also a quantity of genii
ino meerschaum pipes and cigar hold
ers us presents for nia friends. Tlies
are line goods und huvo elegant atnbe
mouth pieces , tliu inatci'inl for whic
iu gntberod on the shores of Dei :
mark , where it is cast up by thoNort
Sea a i id thu Baltic. The prices woul
paralyze a western dealer. Mr. Ol
turgurd BUVH one cmi Imvo moro fu
in Copenhagen for ion cents tlnin h
cun in Onialm for u dollar nnd ho i
probably right. There is moro fun i
the juvenile gnmu of "Copenhagen
for nothing than can be hnd in matui
yeiua for a five dollar note.
On his return trip he stopped i
Scotland , where the g ass was si
inches high and as bright as a buzzar
dollar. Glasgow ho pronounces inoi
like Chicago than any city on his tri ]
It in full of bustle and excitement a
the time.
Another stop was made at Larnt
near Belfast , Ireland. Hero vegetn
tion was as fur advanced as it is i
Nebraska in June , No winter ha
been experienced anywhere in th
United Kingdom , und Mr. Ostergan
liiids a strunp ) contrast between thos
green Isles mid the gray and desolut
looking plains of Nebraska Ho say
the immigration Ulia year will b
enormous , although Homo alarm i
felt over there for fear America i
about to be overcrowded , as they can
not understand how wo could other
wise raise potatoes and other stuff ii
such quantities as to bo compelled tc
ship them to Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Ostorgurd are stop <
) ing OV < T to visit Iho lady's brother ,
Mr. S. J. Larson , of the U. P. head
quarters , and will leave for Fremont
on Sunday.
BOOTH AND HIIOK8.
TIIK UIIKAI'KNT HTOCK ,
Till ! I-MKlKHf HVO ( K.
THK UK8T UOOPH.
All wanting to buy good shoes
ihoap , go to the old reliable shoo
tore CJJK I'JtiCB MoitHt'H. Our
tock tliia year surpasses all previous
urchaues for good goods and low
ricos. 25 cents to 713 cents cheaper
han any other house can sell you ,
A. D. MOF.HE ,
14th and Farnain. . < „
The latest attraction
In Spriug novelties
At Elguttor'a Mammoth
Olothini ; House ,
1001 Fanfam St. , Cor 10th.
Ladles , tuko a look at those Shot *
and shawls just received at the Chi *
; ago Dry Goods Store , 1110 Farnam
street. ni2-l-2t
MERME MASQUERADE ,
The Ohalk Olub Will Celebrate
Its Fifth Anniversary in
a Grand Ball.
. 'ho ' Question of Oootumos the
Most Perplexing Point
of All.
'ropoeod ' Resolution of Indignation
nt tbo.Cmol Action of the
Mercenary Batbotlc.
"Tho great society event of the soa-
on , Btr I" exclaimed Col. Frnnk Moore
liis morning as ho paused for breath
while selling tickets for Europe , and
lien left the poor reporter in a mnzo
f astonishment and bewildering
oubt as to what the genial secretary
f the Chalk club meant. Afterwards ,
mdor the implicit bond aj [ secrecy ,
ic explained :
"You see , 1 was * o busy a few min-
itt's ago that I couldn't toll you what
wanted to. The grand event I ro-
crred to is none other th.xn a masque-
ado to bo given April 1st by the club
ixt Turner hall , Col. Frank Uanlon
ins gone east to-day to look for suit
able costumes. If the costumes
which no have sent for can bo pro
cured in time the masquerade will
uroly bo held by April 1st. "
The reporter opened his mouth to
say something , but his whole corin-
tonnnco was swallowed up in on inter
rogation point , and so the gracious in
formant wont on :
"You see , there is aomo trouble
about these costumes. Mr. Hanscom
wants to be the > fairy , but his figure la
i little oir for wings. Frank Ilnnlon
ms hit it about right. Ho will repre
sent a boquet , or a nose-gay , as it
weie. Joe Tohon is to bo "Ono Hun
dred Years Ago , " or what ho know in
the Swootwator. Maxwell will no
loubt bo the "Cool Minnesota. " Jiin
Watson and Put Cooley will
irobably represent ' 'Tho Two
Orphans. " Charley Ogden has expressed -
pressed an inclination to represent ono
of the Darwinian Antipodes , but many
of his friends , in view of the political
contest next fall , are endeavoring to
dissuade him from what they regard
too grout a desire to cling to the habits
of his ancestors. I , myself , " and
liero Mr. Moore's countenance bright
ened nnd ho drew himself proudly up
"I will doubtless represent the
'Father of Our Country , ' because it is
well known that I cannot tell a lie. "
By this time the reporter had
fainted , and was carried into the roar
to bo revived with a draught of Joe
Tohon's Now Year's reception bever-
ugo pure Missouri.
AN INDIGNATION MEKTINO.
A largely attended meeting of the
club wus held last evening , at which _ , ,
a quite important matter was brought'i' '
up and freely discussed. Although K * #
j
the meeting adjourned without taking S
any decided action , it seemed to be
the Unanimous opinion that some
thing in the way of n decided expres
sion should bo inado , and that a copy
of the resolutions shou'd ' bo sent to
California for publication in thu up
pers of the 1'acitic slope. The indi
vidual who came under the bun of the
club's acrimony is none other tliiin
Oscar Wilde. The oflonsocomplaini'd
of is un insulting proposal reported to
liavo been sent by him ( o
Judge Woolworth und his es
timable wife on the day following
his lecture in this city. An invitation
was extended to th tuathotio too-too
Irish-English poet to uiuo ut the resi
dence of Mr , Woolworth and enjoy
the society for un hour or two of the
most aristocratic of his admirers in
this city. To this complimentary in
vitation it is stated thai Oscar sent a
polite acceptance , upon the condition
that a $50 sight draft bo made out to
his order. In condemning such u
mercenary and insulting reply , ono of
the members of the club said :
"Mr. President : It ill befits IMP to
speak while I am laboring under such
emotion. I can only say that Oscar
Wilde knows not what a turbulence
ho caused in the breasts of our best
aociovy by his brutul nnd un-oMthotic
action. The palatial residence , which
only so recently wus graced by the-
presence of King Kulukau "
"A nugur I" came from the roar of
the hall , probably from some individ
ual who , having Celtic blood in his
veins , spoke beforu lie thought. Ho
WHB discovered to bo the same
follow who broke up the
mooting of the club , when that body
mot soinotimo ago to tender the free
dom of the city to the son of the
"Queen of the Cannibal Islands"and
because of the break this time ho was
suminaril } expelled from the room.
After the excitement inside and the
bricks from outside had subsided
Boirewhat , the speaker went on :
"As I wns saying , Mr. President , I
lonsidor that the man who would
want money to relieve his embarrass
ment in the presence of such company
n such u place is unfit oven to travel
m the Union Pacific railroad , and ,
horoforo , I move that we pass a reso-
ution of corusure. "
This was dJ&cussed for so long , pro
and con , certain members seeking to
excuse Wilde , on the ground that ho
was unacquainted with our people ,
md therefore , though. * them just like
ho Bnolworacy if other places , that
ho meeting Ixvuuio mii'od up as to
vhuin the nsuluuon of censure
hould apply , and adjourned , subject
o the call of the chairmaa.
FLOWERS AND BOUQUETS ,
Mr. B. Bros , who has for many years'
Kion preparing the elegant garden of
\ Krug , has just completed arrange- ,
mentB for a five-years' lease of the
Green House in Ilanscom Park whereof ' *
ho haa the entire management. Ho
has pl&cod in said Green fihoueo about
G.OOO of the most choice plants. Par
ties desiring choice Flower Plants or
Bouquets , can be supplied with Any
thing in his lino. All orders will
bo promptly attended to ni20-Gt
PERKINS & LEAR , 1410 Douglas
street , buy and Roll Now and Second
hand furniture , m22-4t