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    THE OMAAJDAJLY BEETflURSD * * APEIL 13 , 1882.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
FINANCIAL
NEW YOBK , April 12.
MONET.
The money market closed nt 3 per
cent.
Exchange closed firm nt 4 6"i@4 90J.
Government * closed firm ,
GOVKIINMKNT liONDS.
Currency G' * . . . . .132 bid
4's coupim 120 bid
4l's coupon * 11' ' ? bid
Vs continued 102 $ bid
G's continued - . .101 bid
1U1I.KOAD BONDS.
Pacific railroid bonds closed as follow ? :
Union 1 U 117 @ 117i
Union Lind Grants 112 ( $113
Union fcinklmj Funds 118 ( > ll ! > 4
11 Lid
HTOCKH
The stock market to-day was Irregular
at opening. A weak tone prevailed nnd
price * declined 4@2J per cent , led by Jur-
toy Central and LouUvillo & Nndiville , in
which stocks a bearing feeling continues
Tery Bluing. Some of the other leading
shares Were pressed for n.Vo during the
morning and Urqo amounts changed hands
a decidedly firmer feeling and a tooovery
. / of 4@U per cent , but this advance was
lost later iu the diy nnd the early part of
the last hour the lowef t prices of the day
wore generally made. Louisville & Nairn-
Tille was the feature , dropping 3 } per cent
and carrying the rest of the list down iu
lymuathy. In final dcolinga there was ft
Blight rccolory. The closing quotation * ,
however , fchaweJ a decline for the day of
i@3 | per cent. Colorado coal was excep
tionally strong and closed 4 per cent
higher.
V-v t The following were closing bids :
V Am'n Disc. Tel. 49 M & K 1214
Alton &T.1I. . 20 Met. elevated. . b7
Preferred. . . . CG Manhattan El. . 511
n. A. Line pfd. 03 Preferred . . . . 'JO
BuriQ 131 Mnr&Cen.pref. 0
O St L & N O. . 75 2d Preferred. . H
' OS 603 Maryland Coal. 164
' O O & I C. . . . 1'4 M L S & W. . . 48
> . # Cedar Fulls. . . . 10 Mobile & O . . . 24
V > . , OS&G 10 NYC 123 §
" OP 8 ! > 3 N.TO 74 *
t. ' Col Coal 53 N. Y. C. Coal. . 14
C O C & Ind. . . 71i N Y Elevated. . 105
' , < ! . C. & Alton .120 Northwestern..12fi |
k t Con Coal 2 ! ) Prcferr-d..l 7i
y ? Canton GO N P 31) )
, O&O 21 Preferred. . . . 78J
- . 1st preferred. 20 Nash. & Chat. . 67
2d pfd 224 Ohio S 1G\
Caribou 2 Out. A West. . . . 21 $
_ , , , Cent Iowa 31 Ont. Silver 35
> Vt i - D. & 11 105 Ogn N'av 14i'J
' tV"-1' DL&W 1103 OroTriUH 72 }
i- ' -Si , Erie 35j O&M 70
> ' * * ' Preferred . . . 7 ff Ohio Cent 371
BAW 29 PiicMail 3tJ
ETcnu Hi PD&E 39i
Prefoired. . . . 20 Pull. Pnl. Car..125
> - , ' Adams 140 Q.iickilvor. . . . . lit
' v Fargo 127 Heading COS
American 03 U&A 22J
US 75 H&D 110
OB. . . ' . 11 Kobimon 3J
Preferred. . . . 20 H & P 2fl |
Homestake 174 HI 1-7
Ilouston & Tex. G'Ji San Francisco. . 38
S H&StJ 00 Preferred. . . . 52
Prefer.-ed. . . . 8G1 1st pref
J. C . 3i St. Paul .
I B & W . ( JO Preferred .
Kun&Tex . 31 * St P M &M. . .
L&Mo . 100 Sutro
LS . 1074 Standard Oil. . .
1,1 . 63 TP
LNA&U..M TD&B 14 |
Louif. & Nanh. 733 Union Pao Ill ;
Jjttile Pittsburg 2 Wnbaih 31
MichCea 802 Preferred. . . . 58
JV1 P 924 Western Union. 82J
STATE BONDS.
Tonnessea G's mixed sold at 49J.
.CUICAQO MONEY.
CHICAGO , April 12.
Preston , Koan & Co. , bankers , report
no change hi the rate for niosey Hinco yes
terday.
Government necurities , with the excep-
iiou of extended 5a nod 6s , have ucored
another advance 4 reaching
to-day , per cents
ing 120 , end the market elo'e * with a
strong upward tendency. There ha < been
but BUiall demand for outaidoeesurilies to-
T
d.iybutthe market remains firm for the
class of railroad bonds.
There ii active inquiry for land scrip of
all kind , caused by the v st emigration
west.
Cloarint ; ? , 8G,012tOO.
34's Extended sixes , 1881 101 ® 10H
3VH Extended Even , 1881 102j@102j
Coupons . 115i@110
Coupons . Il9i120
OTIIP.H BONDS.
3I5nne8uta State , 4's and Int . 101.
Sterling -igtit . 48'Ji
Sixty days . 48uj
BAIUtOAIJ BOSDU.
I. & n. Extension . 120
CO. ' , M. & St. P. C's { Dubuque div ) . . 103 J
C.B.Q. 4'a . 87j
Burlington & Mo. 4's in Neb . 83
Waba'h5 > H . 82J
-Chicago & Northwestern ft's . 99 }
Jacksonville & Southeast. O's. , . 95j
COMMERCIAL.
UihunaVTiolesale Market-
OFFICE OF THE OMAHA BEE , \
Wednesday Evening , April 12 . , (
Th following are the only changes re-
ported in the market to-day :
Wheat , No. 2advanced 14c ; No. 3 , 2cj
nnd rejected 3c.
Barley , No. 2 advanced 2 : ; No. 3 ad
vanced 7c.
Corn advanced 2c.
Oats advanced ic.
Queen Bee flour declined 25c per hun
dred.
uocal
WHEAT.-Cash No. 2,1.18 ; cash No.
3 , 9Gu : tojected , UCc ,
BAKLEY. Cash No. 2 , 04cj No. P ,
78j ,
UYE. Cash , 07e.
COHN.-Casii No. 2 , file.
OATH.-Cash , SSJo.
STHEET PIUCES-Corn , 58a)45j { ) oats ,
G0@45.
II AY ? 0 f 0@0 fiO per ton.
CH PPED bEED-$125.
CHOPPED COH.V 81 15.
BIUN-S110 ptr hundred.
_ Provliloni ,
FLOUIi Spring wheat , straight grade ,
8325@360 ; "Pioneer" California , 84 Dp ;
patent , $3 75@4 50 ; winter wheat straight [
grade $3 85@4 23 ; patent , 64 60@6 00 ; gra
ham rye , 82 60 ; Wheat , $3 00 ; Queen
Bee , $1 00.
KVTK i'LOOTl $3 25.
MILLSTUFFS-Bran , per owt. I 10
per tonlG 00@17.00 ; ncreen ings , per cwt.
80c ; shorts , per swt 1.10 ; chopped feed ,
per cwt. 1 20 ; meal bolted , yellow , 1 0@O ,
white. $1 CO.
"
"OTATOUS-Nebraskag , 1 I5@l 25 ;
.mported Scotch Champions 1 30@1 40.
barrel. rtWEET POTATOEH-5.75gO.OO ( per
WILD DUOK-l 25@l CO.
KGGS-llc.
BUTl'Ell Oreamery , 38 @ 40cj choice
roll , iC@SOc ; common roll , 18@20o.
APPLES Good ,
sound , very scarce
t * 5 60fflO 50 per bbl.
LEMONS Steady ; per bor , fl 0@
6 00.
00.OKANOES per box 5 00@5 50.
BEESWAX Yellow. 20@22o.
ONIONS-S3 50 per barrel.
CUANBEllKIES-Per box , $3 75 ®
4 00.
CIlEESE-lOOHo.
CASK- ( VALENCIA UANGES-
58 2 ! : > a II 00
STllAWUFUItlKS-Per ciuntt , 60 ®
CO. ' . ,
ASPAHAGUS-Pcr bunch , 455c.
( SUEnX PEAS-1'er biuliel box , $2
@ 2 75.
GHEKN BEANS-Per bu.hcl box ,
52 tO2.75.
Urocert Lttt.
COFFEK. lUo , fair , lie : Rio , good
Hio , tirinie to choice , 12jc ; Old Rov't
0i@284c , Mocha , 234c ; Arbtickle's ,
3 >
i'CAS. Gunpowder , good , 4p55o
Choice , ( > OO75c ; Imperial , good , 40@J5o
Choice , Msfic ( ; Young Hyson , rood , 8G@
50c ( choice , C5c@Sl 00 : Japan Nat Leaf ,
3."c ! .Tnpan. choice , ( iO@75c ; Oolong , good ,
3.5Q340 ! Oolong , cho.cc , 40@o5j Soucliong ,
jrntxl. Il.'ffvlOc : choice. 3.4 - .
SUGAUS. Cut loaf , lOjc ; Crushtvl
lOJu ; Granulated , lOJoj Powdered , 10J ;
Fine powdered , lljc ; btandivrtl CofTeo A :
08s ; New York Confectioner's Standard
A , 10c ; Good A , HJc ; Prairie Extra 0 ,
Oil.
Oil.UYHUPS.
UYHUPS. Sugar house , bbln , C5c : haf !
hi ? , 57c ; kegs. 4J gallons , 82 G9 | choice
tnblo yrup , 40J ! half bbls , olc ; kegs , $2 3j.
SODA. Dwight'H Ib papers , $3 OU ; l > e-
and do , 83 00 ; Church's , 83 00 ; Keg noda ,
HTAHCII. Pearl , 4Jc ; Silver Gloss , 8J
& 82c ; Corn Starch , 8I@9e ; Excelsior
Gloss. 7o ; Corn. 7Jc.
SALT. IJrny loadu , per bbl , 1 805 Ash-
ton , in sacks , 3 60 ; bbls dairy CO , 5s , 3 45s
bbla dairy. 100. 3s. 3 fiT .
DKIED FKU1TS Choice halve * ,
evaporated peaches. 7c : Salt Lake lOJcivap-
orated Mb boxcs,134c ; Michigan , 7c ; New
York apples , 7ict f'rnnoi , old , 04c ; now ,
7Ac ; Currants , OiJ@7o ; fllackborrien , now ,
I5cCIIEESE
CIIEESE Full Cream , 14c ; P rt
Skim lljc.
WOODENAVAHE Two hoop pailf ,
L 95 ; three hoop pails , 2 20 ! No. 1 tubs
9 50 ; No. 2 tubs , . 8 50 ; .No. 3 tubs. 7 50
pioneer washboards , 1 85 Double Cr wn ,
200 ; WellbiicketK , 325.
LEAD Bar , $1 C5.
SPICES. Pepper , | 19 ; Allspice , 19c ;
Cloven , 40c ; Nutmegs , $1 00 : 25c ; assu ,
Mace SI 00.
MATCHES Per caddie , DOc ; round
casct , 67.05 ; square cases , $5.10
PROVISIONS Breakfast bacon. 13v- .
shoice lanl , 14Jc ; dried beef , 14c ; should
ers , 9c : ba > ns. 13c ; bacon , sides , lljc.
NEW PIOKLES Medium , In barrels ,
$9 00 ; do inhnlf bbls , 5 25 ; smalls , in bblx ,
12 00 do , in half bbls , 7 00 ; gherkins , in
bbls , 14 00 ; do , in half bbls , 7 50.
VINEGAH Pure apple extra , IGc :
pure apple , 13c ; Prussintr euro aunlo , ICc.
nOMIKY Now , 555 00 nor bbl.
BEANS Medium , hnri nicked 8390
per bushel ; navy , $1 00 ; calof navy , § 4 01' . .
HOPE Sisal , J inch and larger , 8 ©
'Jo ; 1 inch , 9c.
SOAPS-Kirk's Savon Imperial , 330 ;
Kirk's satim 30 ; Kirk's standard , 3 C5 ;
Kirk's whi Huasfon , 500 : Kirk' *
Eutoca , 2 0 Kirk's Prairie Queen ,
(100 ( oaken ) , 40 : Kirk's magnolia , 4 55@
CANDLES Boxes , 40 Ibs , Hi oz , 8u ,
ICc : boxes 40 Ibs. , 1C oz. , ( is , IGc.
LYE American , 3 40 ; Greenwich , 310 :
Western , 2 75 ; North Star , 2 50 ; Lewis'
lye. 4 CO ; Jewell lye , 2 75.
POTASH Pennsylvania cans , 4 doz. ,
in case , 3 35 ; Babbitt's Ball , 2 doz. in case ,
I 90 : Anchor Ball 2 doz in case , 1 50.
FIELD SEED Hod clover , choice
now , SO 00 per bushel ; mammoth clover
new. $7 00 ; white clover , now , § 14 00
il nJfa clover , new , $12 50 ; nlsike , now ,
S1300. Timothy , good , now , S3 00 ;
blue grass , extra clean , $1 50 ; blue grass ,
clean , 31 25 ; orchard grass , S2 50 : red top ,
choice , 1 03 ; millet , common or Missouri ,
80c ; millet , German , $100 to SI 25 ;
Hungarian. 80c.
1IEDOESEED Osage ornnge , 1 to 5
bushels , 35 00 ; osage orange , 10 bushels or
over , $4 50 ; honey locust , per Ib. , 35c ; per
100 Ibs. , 325 00.
FIS .i Family white fish , 90 Ib hf bhls ,
$ 75 ; jN'o , 1 white fish , 90 Ib hf bbls , 0 70 ;
No. 1 white fish , in 10 Ib kits , 1 10 ; family
10 lb kits , 83c ; ftow Holland" herring , per
keg , 1 35 ; Hussian sardines. 75c : Colum
bia river salmon , per lOOlbs , 8 00 ; GeorgVi
Banlc codfish , Gc ; Gen. boneless
9Jc ; boneless fish , .
MACKE REL Half bbls moos mackerel ,
100 Ibs , S12 50 : hf bbl No. 1 ox shore do ,
100 Ibs , 8 60 ; hf bbls , fat family do , 100
Ibs , C O'l ' ; mess mackerel , 12 lb kits , 2 25 ;
No. 1 ex shore , 12 lb do , 1 50 ; No. 1 shore ,
12 lb do. 1 00 ; fat family. 10 lb do 75c.
CANNED GOODS Oysters , 2 lb
( Field's ) , per case , § 4 00 ; do 1 ! b ( Field's ) ,
tier case , 2 50 : do 2 lt > ( Standard ) , per case ,
3 50 ; do 1 lb ( standard ) , per case , 2 20 ; d < *
2 tb ( black ) , per case , 2 75 ; do 1 lb ( slack ) ,
per case , 200. Onions , 380. Salmon , 1
Ib , per dozen , 1 00@1 70 ; do 2 lb , per dozenj
2 6D@2 G" . Sardines , small fsh , imported ,
one quarter boxes per box , 14Jc ; American ,
"luarter boxes per box , lie ; do hnlf boxes ,
per box. 2l4c. Lobbters , 1 lb per dozen ,
180. Tomatoes , 230 ; do 3 lb per
case , 2 803 HO ; Corn , 2 lb ( Mountain )
per case , 3 10 ; soaked corn , 2 10 ; do !
2 lb ( Yarmouth ) , per cafe , 3 15 ;
string beans , per case , 2 10 ; Lima beans
per case , 1 (5. Succotash per cane , 2 25.
reas , common , nor case , 2 00 ; peas , choice ,
per case , 3 15. Blackberries , 2 Ib , per case ,
2 30 ; strawberries , 2 tb , per case , 2 30 ;
raspberries , 2 lb , per case , 2 753 00.
Damsons , 2 lb , per case , 2 45. Bartlett.
pears per case , 8 Oo@4 00 , Whortleberries
4 00@5 75 ; Peaches , 2 ftper case , 310 :
do S11) , case1 , 5 00@G 00 ; do , ( pie ) , 3 lb , per .
cane.300 ; do pie , G tb , per dozen , 3 CO.
RICE Carolina , 7@8cj Lonldiaaa , 7
< S8ic ; fair , G@fii.
PEANUTS Koasted , choice , red Tennessee -
nessee , l"o per lb ; fancy white , 10&o perlb ;
raw white Virginia raw , lOc ; roasted ,
12Jc.
Dry Ooodi.
BUOWN COTTONS Atlantic A , 8Jc ;
Appleton XX , 7c ; Atlanta A , So ; Boott
FF , Sic ; Buckeye 1 4-4 , 7c ; Cabot W ,
Chit
SiL U J1UUU 4V , OJU , AUUIUII UMAUUhtiU 4V , $
L ! Sc ; Indian Orchard d. w. , 8.c ; Lawrence
LT. , 7c ; Mystic River , 7Jc : Pequot A , 8Jc ;
Shawmut LL , 7c ; Utica 0 , 5ic ; Wachus-
ctC 13 , 7c : do A , 8Jc ; do E 48 , 12c ; Wnl-
cett ( BU. 8.o.
FINE BROWN COTTONS-Allendalo
4-4 : 7c ; Alligator 3-4 , 3c ; Argyle 4-4 , 7Se ;
Atlantio LL. Gu ; Badger Stnto X 4-4 , 7c )
Beimington O 4--J , GJc ; Buckeye S. 4.4 , fijco 1
Indian Orchard AA 9-8. 8cj } Laconla O
39 , 8Jc ; Lehigh K 4-4 , 9Jc ; Lonsdale 4-1 ,
lOc ; PeppereFl N 30 , 7c ; do O 32 , 7Jc ; do II 2
30 , 7c ; do E 3D , 8c ; Pocasset 0 4-4 , 7i'o ;
Wamsutta4.4 13o
BLEAJHED COTTONS Andnwcog-
cin L 4-4,9cBlackstoneAA ; In perlalSJc ;
do do half bleached 4.4,9c ; Cabot 4-4.8JJ ; 1
FIdelty4.4 ! , 9JcFruItof ; tlieLoom,10 ; cfo
can.brlo4-4,13edoWnterTwiat,10JcGreat ; ;
Falls Q,10c ; Indian Head shrunk 4-4 , 12m
Lonsdale , 10c ; do cambria 37 , 1-io ; New
York Millg. 12c ; Pequot A , lOc ; Penperell
N G Twills , 12jc ; Pocabontas 44 , OJc ;
Pocosspt 4-4 , 8\c ; Utica , He ; Watnsutta
O X X , 12ic.
UOOKS ( Colflrod ) Albiiny K brown ,
8c ; do O , ilrah , llo : do XX stripes and
plaids , 12ic ; do XXX brown and drab ,
stripes and plaids , 12c ; Arlington fancy ,
19c ; Brunswick brown , 8c ; Chariot fancy ,
12o ; do extra heavy , 20c ; Fall River
brown , extra heavy , llo ; Indiana A
brown , 13c ; Neponnet A brown , 15o ,
TICKINGS Amoskeaz A O A 82
17Jc ; do XX blue 32 , 18o ; Arrowanna ,
OJc ; Claremont B B , 15ic ; Conestoga ex
tra , 17c ; Hamilton D , 1140 Lewieton xA
30,15c ; Minneliaha 4-4 , 20c ; Omega super
extra 4-4 , 28c ; Pearl River 82. icfc ; Put
nam XX blue stripe , 12c ; Shetuckot itS
lOJc ; do S3 12c ; Yeoman's blue 2'J , SJo
DENIMS. Amoskeak , blueand brown
ICJc ; Andover DD blue , 15ic ; Arlington
blue Scotch , 18ic ; Concord 000 , blue and
brown , 12ic ; do AAA , do do 13 } ; do XXX :
do do 14c ; Haymaker's blue and brown , ,
9c ; MvBtio River DD striiw , IGJcj Pearl
River , blue and brown , 15c ; Uncaavllle ,
blue and brown , 13c ,
CAMBRICS Barnard , Clo ; Eddyatone
lining , 24 Inch double face , 8o ; Garner meA
; lftzcd , 60 : Manhattan glove finish , 6joj
. ; do glazed , 6Jcj Poquot do
5c : Ixxikwood kid finish , Gc.
CO11SKT JEANS Amorr , 8c ) Andros
coggln oattecn , 84 ? ; CUrcndco , Go ; Cones
toga eattcens , tic ; Ilallowel , 8c ; Indi4
OnJ'l rd 74o ; Jarrjganflottlmprovedo
Pepperill t > atU > nn 9n ; Hockpart , 7Jo.
PRINTSAllonn. . GJc ; American , 3Je ;
rnold , 7c ; Berwick , 49c > Cochcco , To )
Conestoga. Gc ; Dunkirk , 4Jc ; Dunncll ,
OJ@"c ; "Eddyntone. 7c ; Gloucester , i
Harmony , 5cj Knickerbocker , Go ; M
rlmao D. 7c ; Mystic , r Jcj Spratrtio . Gc ;
Southbridgc , Gc ; do. GinghnuiR , "c ; Marl *
bore. . 6c ; 'Oriental Glc. " '
OINUlIAMS-AinoBkcap.Wlc ! Amoa4cj
ke ? dress 12 } , ' Anryle , 10cj } Atlantic ,
9c ; Cumberland , . 7ic ; Highland , 8Jc ;
Kenllworth , 84e ; Plun kctt , lOJo ; Sus
sex. Re.
COTTONADES Abbervillo 13lc :
Agate , We ; American , lie ! Artislan , 20
. . . . D nnd T , ISJcj Clarion D nud T ,
I74c ; Dpccan Co.striOsDaiidT,10c ] ; Key-
atone , 134c ; Nautucket , lOc : Nonpareil ,
IGcj Ocean D and T , 13jc ! Royal , IGJi ;
Sussex , 12c ; Tioga. 12\c \ ; WnchwcU nhirt-
Ins jhecks. ISJc ; clo , S'ankln , 12jc ; York ,
plain Nankin. 12 Jc ; do , checks , etripcs and
fancy , 12c : clo , 8 bz , 20c.
Slir.BTlNGS Amlroscogetn 10-4.27JC !
do fl-4 , 24c ; do 8-1 , 22c ; Continental O
12 , lie ) Fruit ol the Loom 10-4. 274 ; Now
York mills 08 , 35c ; do 78 , 30c ; clo 5H , 221c ;
Pembroke 10-4 , 25c ; Pequot 10-1 , 28Jc ; do
7-4 , 19c : do 49 , IGc ; Penperell 00 , 29o ;
do G7 , 210 } do 57 , 18cj Utica OG , 35c ; do
58 , 22ic ; do 48 , 17o
Olgari and Tobaccoi.
CIGARS. Seeds , $15.00 ! Connecticut ,
825.00 ; Mixed , $35.00 : Seed Havana ,
350.00 ; ClcarHavnna , $75.00.
TOBACCO PLUG. Golden Rule ,
24 lb , GOc ; Spotted Fawn , Glc ; Our Hope ,
first quality , G2c ; Star , pounds , 24
Ib , butts , GOc ; Horse Shoe , pounds ,
24 lb , butt * , COc } Glt ! Edge ,
pounds , 24 lb , butts , GO ; Army nnd Navy ,
pounds. 55c ; Bullion , pounds , GOc : Loril-
lard's Climax , pounds , Glc.
FINE CUT In palls. Hard to Boat ,
75c ; Golden Thread , 70c ; Fountain , SOc ;
Favorite , G5c ; Ilocky Mountain , GOc ;
Fancy , 65c ; Daisy , 50o. In tin foil
Catllns O. S. , 5 lb boxes , per lb 63c ; Lori-
lllard's Tiger , G5c ; Diamond Crown , GCo.
SMOKING All grades Common. 25 to
33c. Granulated Blockwolla Durham , 16
oz Clc ; Dukes Durham , 16 oz , GOc ; Seal of
North Carolina , W oz , 40 ; Seal of Nobras-
16 oz , 38c ; Lone Jack , 4 oz , linen bigs
lb , $1.35 ; Marburgs'Pixck , 2 oz , tin
P.pur P. , GJcy white lead , O.P.&O Co .S.P.G4
pure.OojMarsalllesgrecn , Ifto 5 lb cans , 20o
French zinc , gis-m seal. 12c ; French zinc ,
red seal , lie ; French zinc , iu varnish asst ,
20c : French zince , In oil asst , 15c ; llnw
and burnt umber , 1 lb cans 12c ; raw nnd
burnt Sienna , 13c : Vandyke brown , 13- ;
i-efincd lampblack , 12c : coach black , lcc ;
l ory black , IGc ; drop black , IGc ; Prussian
blue , SOc ; ultramarine blue , ISc ; chromo
green , L. M. & D. , 14c ; blind nnd shutter
green , L. M. & D. , 14c ; Paris green. IBc ;
Indian red , 15c : Venetian red , 9c ; Tuscan
drt , 22c ; American Vcnnillod , I. & ! ? . , 18c ;
chromo yellow , L. , M. , O. & D O. , 18c ;
yellow ochre , 9c ; golden ochre , 1 < 5 ; patent
Clryer , , Gc ; graining colors : light oak , dark
oat , walnut , chestnut and nah 12o.
Dry "alnti
"Wliito \ lend , G4c ; Kronen line , lOc ; Paris
whiteing 2Ac ; whiting gildore. 14c ;
x\biting comTl , lie ; lampblack Gorman-
to\vn. 14c ; lampblack , ordinary , 8c ; Prussian
sia blue , 45c ; ultramarine , ISc ; Vandyke ,
brown , 8c ; umber , ] burnt , 4c ; umber , raw ,
Icjsiennn ; , burn t , 4c ; sienna , raw , 4o
Paris green genuine , 35c ; Paris green com'l
25c < ; chrome green , N. Y.1 20c ; chrom-
green K. , 12c ; vennillion , Eng. , 70c ; vermillion -
grmi
million , America , 18c ; Indian red , lOc ,
rose pink , 14c ; Venetian read , Cookson's
We : Venetian red Am. , IJc ; rod lead , 74 ° ;
chrome yellow , genuine , 20o : chromo yel
low , K. , 12c ; ochre , rochelle , 3c ; ochre ,
French , 2Jc ; ochre , American , IJc ;
Winter's mineral , 24c ; lehigh brown , 2Jo :
spaninh brown , 24c ; Prince's mineral Sc ;
VARNISHES Barrels per gallon.
Furniture , extra , SI 10 ; furniture , No. 1 ,
SICo ; furniture , U. 85c ; coach , extra , SI 40 ;
Coach , Np. 1 , $120 ; Damar , SI 60 ; Japan.
70. . ; asphaitum , 70c ; shellac , $3 60 ; hard
oil finlnh. $1 30.
OILS 110 * carbon , per gallon , lljcl'60 ;
headlight , per gallon , i2Jc ; 175' headlight ,
per gallon , IGJc ; cryHtoliue , per gallon10o _ ;
linseed , raw , per gallon , CO.linseed , boiled ,
per gallon , G3c ; lard , winter st' ' 'd , per nlni
Ion , 90 : No. 1 , 70c ; No. 2 , " GOc ; castor ,
XXX , ppr gallon , 125 ; No. 3 , 115 ; sweet ,
per gallon , 85c ; sperm , W. B. , per gallon ,
If 55 ; fish , W. B. , per gallon , GOc ; neatsfoot ,
extra , per gallon , 75c ; No. 1 , 05c ; lubri
cating , zero , per gallon , SOc ; summer , 15c ;
uolden machine , No. 1 , per gallon , 35c ; No.
2 i SO ; gponn , signal , ] > cr gallon , SOc ; tor-
pontine , per gallon , 75c ; nnptha , 74" , per
gallon , SOc ; 6420o
Heavy Hardware List.
Iron , rates. $340 ; plow steel , special
cast , 7c ; crucible , 8c ; vpecialorGermanGc ;
cast tool do. 15@20 wngon spokes , Hot.
2 25@3 00 ; hubs , per set , 125 ; felloes , sawed
dry , 140 ; tongiiea , each , 70@85c ; axles ,
each , 75o ; square nuts , per lb , 7@llc ;
washers per lb , 8@18c ; rivets , per lb , lie ;
coil chain , per lb , 6@12c ; malleable , 8c ;
iron wedges , Go ; .crowbars , Oc ; harrow
teeth , 4c ; horseshoes , per keg , 5 00 ; spring
steal. 7@8c ; Burden's horseshoes , 5 35 ;
Burden's muleaboes , G 35.
NAILS 10 to 20d. 3 GO ; 8 to 10 , 375
Gd 4 00 ; 4d. 4 25 ; 3d , common , 5 00 : 3d ,
fine , G 50 ; clinch , all sizes , 5 25 ; Gd , casing ,
4 75 : 8d casing , 4 50 ; lOd casing , 4 25 ; lOd
finish , 4 75 ; 8d finish , 6 00 ; Gd finish , 6 25
half koes lOc extra.
SHOT. Shot , $1.65 ; Buck shot , $2.10 :
Oriental Powder , keg ? . 86.40 : do. , half
, $3.48 : do. , quarter kegs , 81.88 ; Bloat-
iner. ke . S3.35 : Fuse , cer 100 feet fiOc.
BAUBED WIKE In car lots,8 30 per
100 ; in less than car lota. 8 55 uer 100 ,
Horaei and Mule * .
The market is brisk and all grades are
oiling well at ilight advance In pi ices.
The demand for good horses exceeds tbo
supply considerably. Prices range as f ol5
Iowa :
Fine single drivers , $150. to SCO. ; Extra
draft horses , $170. to 225 , ; Common draft
hones , $100. to 150. ; Extra farm horses ,
3110 , to 125 , ; Common to good farm hones
$90 , to $100. ; Extra plugii , $00. to 75. ;
Common plugg , $20. to $40.
MULES. 15 to 15J hands fcxtrn ) , $125.
to 150 , ; 14 } to 15 hands , $100. to 140. ;
14 to 14 } hands , $75. to 100. ; 18 } to 14
bands , $ GO. to 75.
Llquon.
ALCOHOL 187 proof. 230 per wine
gallon ; extra California spirits , 187 proof ' ,
30 per firoof gallon ; triple refined spirits ,
187 proof 124 per proof gallon ; re-distilled
vr.itkiea , 1 00@1 50 ; fine blended , 1 50 ®
50 ; Kentucky bourbons , 2 00@7 00 : Ken
tucky and Pennsylvania ryes , 2 00@7 00.
BftANDIES Imported , 8 00@1G 00 ;
domestic 1 40@4 00.
GINS Imported , 4 C0@0 00 ; domestic ,
403 00 ,
KJMS lumortod , 4 50@G 00 : New
England. 2 00@4 00 ; domestic. 1 bOSH ( ) 50
PEACH AND APPLK BRANDY
175@4 00.
CHAMPAGNES Jujrorted per case ,
2ROO@S1 0Accsrl ; j , case , 1200 > ®
10 00.
CLARETS Per case , 4 50@1G 00
WINES Rhine wine , per case , G 00 i@
20 00 ; Catawba , per case , 4 00@7 00 ,
Lumber ,
WHOLEBALE.
We quote lumber , lath and shingles on
cars at Omaha at the following prices ;
JOIST AND SOANTLlNG-lGft.nnd
under , $21 00 ; 18 ft. , $22 00.
TIMBKRH 10 ft. and under. $22 00.
TIMBKR AND JOIST-18 ft. , 823 Od ;
20 ft. , $21 00 ; 22 ft. , $27 60 ; 24 ft , S27 50.
FENCING No. 1 , 4 and 0 In. , $22 00 ;
No. 2. 820 00. .
SHEETING No. 1 (2nd ( common
boartU ) 818 60 ; No. 2 , $17 00.
STOOKI BOARDS-12.In. D , $23 00s
1'Mu. C. $35 00 ; 12-in. B , $40 00.
SIDING-A , $24 03 ; B , $21 00 ; 0 ,
FLOORING-A ' , 840 00 ; B , $37 BO ; 0 ,
32 00'D ; , 82300.
SHINGLES No. 1 , $1 75 ; 0-In. clear ,
$2 76 ; Ur. $3 25 ; extra A , $1 00.
LATH NO , i , $3 co.
BHIP LAP-Plain , $23 00 ; 0 , G , Nor
2 , $2400 ; O.G. No , 1,13500.
OEILlNO-jJ-in. No. 3 , $25 00 ; j.n. |
No.F 2 , $37 00 : I-in. No. 1 , * 42 60.
FINlStllNO-Mn. No.3 , $37 60 ; 1-in.
NoT 2 , $ 3 60 : 1-ln. No. 1 , $18 60.
NoT FINISH $ 8 00@55 00.
TARRED FELT Per lb. 3o
STRAW BOARD-Pcr Ih. 3o.
1IP.AU ORBEK LIME 81 25 ,
11P
PLASPKR PARIS-$23V
LOUISVILLE CEMENT-$2 00.
DulldlPK Material ,
LIMB For bnrrcl , 81 35) ) hulk per bu
3T.C , Cement , bbl , $2 60. Iowa pinto
bbl , $2 60. Hnlr per bu , Mo. Tnrvo
felt 100 Ibi , $3 60. Straw board. 8 CO
PAPBR-Stinwpniwr , 8cj Mg
4cj ; dry < goods paper , ioj manila paper , lOc ;
news p'.pcr. 8c. . .
COAl Cumberland blacksmith , $12 ;
Morris Run BloMburs , § 12 ; Wbltelrcast )
lump , 80 f 0 ; WhitebrcA.it nut. ? < J < " 0 ; Iowa
lump , 80 60 ; lown nut ? (560 ( ; Rock Springs ,
38 ; Anthracite , all M < % S12 IH12 ) 60.
Oniet.
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS Acid
Carbolic , 60c ; Acid , Tartnrie , ' ! 0c ; Halnnui
Copnbia , per Ib , 76c ; H rk , S.wmfr-fts , per
lb , lie ; Calomol. i > cr lb , 75cfCinchonidia ,
per or , 3100) ) Chloroform , per lb. 100 ;
Dover's powders , per lb , § 110) ) Kpucn.
salts , per lb. 34c ; Glycerine , pure , per Ib ,
45c ! Lend , Acetate , per lb , 21c ;
Oil , Castor , No. 1 , per tful , f25 ;
Oil , Castor , No. 3 , per gal , $120 ; OU ,
Olive , per pal. $1 60 ; Oil , Origanum , 60o
Opium , $5 25 ; Quinine P. A W. A R. & S. ,
per or , $2 40j Pot-wium , Iodide , per ll > $
82 35 ; Salacin , per mlOc ; Sulphate of
Morphine , i > eroz. $1 00 ; Sulphur Hour ,
per lb , 44c ; Strychnine , uor oz. SI 60.
Wool.
Merino unwashed , light , 14@lGcj heavy ,
13@16c ; medium unwaxlied , light , 18(320c ( ;
wnihcd , choice , 32c : fair , ? 0c ; tub-dingy
nnd w. , 28c ; hurry , blackaud uottcd woou
2@Cc losa
HIdei f.un. Etc.
HIDES Uroen butcher's hide , ; Giffl7c
cured 7jc ; hldoa , green salt , port cured 7o
hides , Glc ; dry fllut , round. 13@14c ; dry
calf and kip , l2@13c ; dry salt liide o"ound ,
ll@12c ; green calf , wt , 8 to 15 Iba. . 10@llc ;
green calf , wt , under 8 ll > g , per kln. 50o :
green pelts , 60@l 25 ; green lamb skins ,
8110125 ( ; damaged hides , two-third rate ,
cut scored and one grub , classed two-
tLirds rate , ) branded hides 10 per cent. off.
Coon nkins , No. 1 , 45cj No. 2 , SOc ; No. 3 ,
20. ; No. 4 , lOo. Mink , No. 1 , 60o ; No. 2 ,
30c ; No. 3 , 16o : No. 4 , 5c. Fox , No. 1 ,
GOc ; No. 2,25c. Skunk , No. 1 , black ,
G5c ; short stripe , 40nj narrow stripe 25c ;
broad stripe , lOo. Tallow , Gc.
Leather.
Oak solo , SSc to 42c ; hemlock nee , 28c to
3Gc ; hemlock kip , 80c to 100 ; runner ,
G."c to SOc ; hemlock o.\lf , S5o to 120 ; hem
lock upper , 23oto26c ; oa1 : tv per , 24c ;
alligator , 4 00 to fi 60 ; cilf kid , 32@35c ;
Grelsen kid , 2 fiO to 275 ; oak kip , hUe to
100 ; oak calf , 1 20 to 1 3" ; French kin ,
110 to 1 65 ; French calf , 1 25 to 2 00 ; tin-
setts. 5 50 to 7 50 ; linings , 6 00 to 8 60 ;
tophings , 9IX ) to 10 60 ; U L. Morocco , : ! 0o
to 35c ; pebble O. D. Morocco , 35c ; slmon ,
SfOtoSOO.
HARNESS No. 1 utar oak , 4fic ; No 2
do , 39o ; No. 1 Ohln oak , 39c ; No. 2 1)0 ) ,
37c ; No. 1 Milwaukee , S7c ; No. 2 do , 35c.
Council Bluffs Marliot.
COUNCIL BLOTKS , April 11 ,
Flour Crystal Mills Golden -Sheaf ,
3 GO ; California Eureka , patent , 38) ; best
brand of K.insns , 3 50ft > 3 90 ; Kansas and
Missouri flour 3 50@4 25 ; graham , 3 75 ;
rye flour , 3 40.
Bran , and Short * 20 00 per ton
Chop Corn 24 DO per ton.
Wheat No. 2 , SI 12@115 ; No. 3 , 72o ;
rejected , 52c.
Corn 50.
Oats No. 2 , f45c ; rejected , 35c.
Barley No. 2 , 90c : No. 3 , 75o.
Hay Loose , 5 00@G 00.
Wood 5 60 ® 7 00.
Wool 15@25. !
Butter Creamery , SOc ; in rolls , wrap
ped , 25c : rolls not \yrnpped , 20o ; . .mixed
colors , 15@20o.
Eggs Packed , 2\c \ ; fresh , 15c.
Potatoes 130 ; Salt Lake , 1 50.
Onions 125@140.
DressedPoultry Chickens , lOe ; ducks ,
8c ; goose. lOc ; turkey , 124o.
Live Chickens 2 75@3 00 per dozen.
Chloaco
CiuoAflo. April 12.
Flour In better demand ; common to
choice western iipriiig , 4 60@G 76 ; Min-
uenotaB , 5 00@7 00 ; jmtentu , G 758 25 ;
rye flour quiet nt 4 85@5 10.
Wheat In.No. 2 soring there wn * more
active demand and a lurgn upccnlntivo
businehH wan transacted accoinpauled
with n material nlmiiico in prices : the
principal reiipou abnigucd frr the sharp advance
tln
vance however , wasuna tiicidcinand from
nhorts influenced to HOtno extent by the
rumored ii/jury by frost to the crowing (
winter wheat. The market BOOH liccamu
stronger and later under an active demand
priced were advanced 22Jc above inside
prices current at opening , clion roooJed ] J
@ 1 [ o per bueliel , fluctuated and finally
closed about IJc higher for Mav , lie
higher for June and lo higher fur July ou
regular bo.ud . nnd on call ut 1 31J for cash !
and April ; 1 3 Jtffll 372 for May ; 1 32g
for June ; 122V@l 221 for July ; 1 U8J for
August ; 1 02j for the year ; No. 3 in
moderate demand at 110i@l 14 , accord
ing to location ; rejected , 78@8c. ( )
Corn An active speculative- demand
was transacted in the corn market to .day
and a mronger feeling was developed. Ixi-
cal operators bought liberally. Tne specu
lative trading centered in May delivery.
At the opening the market was strong ; the
latter feeling was arly , and prices receded
, owing to free offerings , About .the
m'.ddl e of the BCHiIon , however , the market
was stronger , and prices gradually ai *
vanced li@lgc , with an active l.u < ine 14 *
reported at the advancing ccale. Toward
the close prices fell off iffijc ( , but ruled
firm to the close. Shipping dernnnd wa
quitu active for all raden ; on ca'l board
No. 2 closed at 721o for cuh and April ;
7Gofor May ; 74Jo'for Juno ; 74i@743o lor
July ; 74i for Augn-tt ; 740 for ( September ; :
58go < for tno year ; high mixed , gilt edge
reielpts , 754@7 < k ; winter , 73c ; rejected ,
734o.OUs <
OUs - Firmer and higher ; No. 2 closed
at * 47c for cash nnd April ; -lOJo for Ma edI' ;
48Zto)49c'for ) for July ; 37jo lor August ;
35go for the year.
Itye Stoatly and a fhade h'glier ' ; No.
2. cloning at 8081o for April ; 834 for
Alay.
BarJey-HIfhcr ; No. 2 , 1 10) ) No 3 ,
00ii for April , which In an advance of 5 > .
Pork Active ou specnl.divo demand
nd freely offered ; mem closed at 1810
@ 18 15 fnrcaBh ; 1805 for May ; 18274
for June ; 18 524 for July ; 18 CO lor AUJJ-
not ; 18 G74 for toe year ,
Laid Active ut tilflo higher range ;
closing at 11 2511 ( S'J for tush ; 11 25
for April ; 11 321 for May ; 11 474 for June :
11 GO for July ; 11 70 for Auguit ; 11774
for September ; 11 674 f ° r October ; 11 07J
for the year.
Bulk Meats Fairly active ; nhort rll'H ,
1005 for wish ; 10 00 for Mayj 10074 for
June ; 1015 tor July.
Whisky-Steady all IB.
Butttr Dull nudweak ; creamery , choice
to tuncy , 3S@40c ; fuir to good. 3336c ( ( ;
dairy , choice to fancy , D2u)35c ) ; do ,
fair to good , 23@28o ; fresh rnidu packing
flock , 18S'J8c ( ) ; low grades , 10@13c , grease ,
7@'Jj ; roll , 12g620a for c unmon to fair ,
ami 23@25o for good to choice.
Reo'ta. Shlprn'ts
Flour 15,875 0,783
Wheat 10570 8,135
Corn 03,290 152,140
Oat 65,002 110,7'J8
Rye l,54li 2,771
Burley. . . > l',073 15,1,5
Peoria Produco.
PEOBIA , April 12. !
Corn _ New , firm and higher ; hlyh mix-
ed , 721@73c ; mixed , 72l@72jc.
OaU PJrm and higher ; No , 2 white ,
01J@62c.
llye-Kirm and hIgherNo. ; 2 , 8G@80Jc ,
IliKhwinea Unchanged t 117.
Reo'ts. Shlp'U .
Wheat 3,160 none
Corn , 4,100 32,00,1
Oats 12,470 33,250
Rye ' . 4,200 600
Barley , , " . . " , none mm |
Bt JLoniii Prodnoo.
ST. Louis , April 12 ,
Flour A'toiil. fie better ,
\ \ heat Opened higher and nfttlvo but
berAnio Irre iltr and closed 1 iwcr : No. 2
r i , 130J rf3J cninj 192J 132i for
JIiv : 1 i I fur June ; 10/2 for July ;
f51 10 for AiK-u.t ; 1 1-IJfal 1 > ' >
it 1 lOKoH 21J for.fnnc ) I 07
for July ; Iso. U ie > l , 1 25 bid ; No. 4
do 1 15.
CorIHelit r but closed weak nnd de.
ollnlngnt 7. < SfiG3c for cuslij 73 ( 73 1 for
May ; 7iji.73Jo ! ( } for Juncj 74fe7-le for
Ji-ly ; > 3A@ . ' > 3i ) for the yenr.
( ) . ( .i Slow nnd better fit 5"c for cn h ;
48o for June ; S''fti ' 39. } lor July.
Rye Slow Bt 82o Hid.
Bnricy Quiet t 7-V ® ! 00.
Lend Steady nt I 7i ) .
Butter Lower ; chirv , C8C,33 : ,
Eg. ? * Tinner , at Uljftf.l Ic.
Whisky Stciuly nt 110.
Pork Holier but -low t.t820 bid
fir cash and April ; 1835 bid for May ;
1845 bid for Mine.
iJrySilt Moiti S'rongimd ' higher at
70X < jll010nO'JO@IOG' ; ! ! ' ) .
BACOII Stron ; } nt 8cflljc@lljo. ;
Lard Noniiuullynt 11 2. ' .
llec'ts. Shipmtv
Flour 4.0CO 7,100
Whont 30,000 1,000
Corn tV'.OOl 31,000
Ortts 20,000 3.00J
Rye
lUrloy. . . . . i. . .
Now Yorle Prodnoo.
NRW YOUK , April 12.
Flour Firm ; modeiato demand ; No. 2
. d , 30t$40U ) ( ; miper fine , 4 00@4 85 ;
miiitheru linn ; common to choice , 5 f > 0iy (
880.
880.WheatHifihor , unsettle 1 nnd fcverMij
eloi-lng string ! No ; 2 ml , 1414 ® ! 43J ;
mixed winter , 1 37 ; do. white , 1 3'JJ ; No 2
red. April , 1,41J@1I2 ; do. May , 142@1 43 ;
clo , Juno , 1 37 W1 38 ,
Corn Three-fourths ® ! cent higher ,
feverish MI ! utronv , dcrnanil moderate ;
ungraded mixed , 82@851c ; No. 2 new ,
83J@81 ; No. 2 mixed April , 83i@831o
Mny , 8lJ@8''J ; June. 81482o ,
O.vt Higher ; fuirly active ; No. 1
white. 01@02i ; No. 2 do , 69J@iiOJ ; No 1
mixed , CO ; mixed western , GUaGl ( ; No. 2
mixed April , B'J@59J.
Ry # Strong at 8lllS93c ,
B irler Dull.
Pork Firm , t'lit quiet nnd uiichnngen.
Lard Uull ; weak , 11 674 ; c b , 11 55 ®
11 67i for Acril.
Wlihky Ncuniiml.
Petroleum Quiet and firm ; united fiOJ ;
crude iu bnrrola , Gl@7ic ; nijitha iu bar
rels , CJc.
- * -
Now York Dry OnodH.
NEW YOUK , April 12.
Dcmnn-'s many. ShtpdluK nnd sum
mer fabrics lm\o been unfnvornbly inllu-
cnced liytlm provailhiff coidnoss , nnd IniBi-
now to-dav wamnoioralo with iiROuts nnd
jobbers nliku. Sumo Urn" order * uoro
tilncod fi > r cottin guixU by cxportors , nnd
low prices have cnnblid' agents t > > imko n
liberal dii'tiibiitiiin of co'tnnndcs , but otli-
crwifo ImtdnorB 1ms boon ooinjiaritlvily
light with cotton ( joodi. The coiiiinimdoii
ohbitig tralo lins been irrtgubtr but
closely quiet , nc.ir by ut.iiler.hivinu
1 ousht sp'irinBly owing to tlio cold wiflkth
er , which tends to retard the ciiiiflttniptivo
dcnmnil. fl'liero ban bren nstt-ndy , tlioiigli
mnderato demand for plain ooltoiiH nt first
bunds , with tlio mmt relative iiolivity in
brown K < " 'd ' * , linu bleached outtonn , colored
duckn nml eottonadoa.
OMoago Iitvo Stooli.
OlIlOAOO , April 12 ,
The Drover' * Journal icporti a folium :
Hogs - Kecolpts , 17f > ,0 0 liendj market
{ .tons and uotivu ; romiiion ti > pond mixed
i-o'd at G 057 70 : heavy packinc nnd
flipping , 7 2J@7 OOj liKht h s iictivej
Bares rniiBiiiR from 0 ( H@7 2D , altlioiiRli
bulk of poles from 0 05 to 7 05 ; sUipps and
culls in fair demand at fi 25ffO ( fiO.
Cftttlo Heceipt ? , ! 000 ; dimund brink
for Hglit pblppinx i-took , the
if which WHS hi her ; common i-hipping ,
376@540 ; bulls,4 V5@5 75 ; . . . . .
GOO ; Btockerii nnd feeders , 3 G0@4 65 ;
wlerg , 4 V5@5 40.
Sheep Receipts , 2,600 ; market
healthy ; medium , OOJ ; teed , G25Q60 , ;
choice , 0 50@G tO.
City Prodnco Market.
KANSAS Our. April 12.
Wheat Slow but firm ; No. 2 cash ,
1 llJ ! ; April , 115i'@lI6J ; No. 3 cnslr ,
Olic ; April , OS- : Way , ; J ne. gOc ;
No. 4 caub , 81oj liny , SL'c ; icjectcd , C5c.
Corn Quiet but litm ; Nu. 2mixed , casli ,
71@71icj April , 70p } ; Alny , CUie ; No.
wiiito'TJxcdJ cABh" , Vbj'a ; April , 70J ; May ,
7GJ.C.Uuts
Uuts No. 2 cash , 611n ; April , 60c.
Roo'tH Shipm'ts ,
Wjient 75'J fi.SI'J
Corn n A n\ n IKV
3,4:0 0,687
Oat- 813 10'J
East Liberty lilvo Stoolx.
RASTjjiii nrv , PO.J April 12.n
Cattle Ftir , 0 7U@0 7fair ; to gcod ,
G 25@0 75 ; receipts , 85 head ; BlujimeutH ,
130 head. , , , ,
Hoga Active ; receipts , 600 head ; ship-
merits , 500 head ; Philadelphia , 7 5U@
Vorkeru , 090 ( 710.
Sheep-Slow ; woolod , 4 50f7 00 : receipts -
ceipts , 1,2 iO hem ; sblpmedtH , 2,000 head.
Clnoinnutl Produce.
CINCINNATI , April 13 ,
Mo Pork Strong at 18 50@18 75.
Lard-Piliue steam , 11 25@11 271.
Bulk Meats Quiet and BUvng ; clear
.Iefl . , 10 70&M 70.
Uacon-Clear tl lea , 11 G2J.
Flour Quiet nnd ntcady ; winter family ,
5 80ft U CO.
WhtatNo. . 2 red , 1 31@1 33.
Corn Closed firm and nt higher rntc ;
No. 2 mixocl , C8i@58tJo.
Oats 1'Iruij o. 2 mixifdt C3Jc.
] lyo-Stron < nnd higher ; No 2 , 92io.
H.iroy ) In guod deiuAiid ; No , 2 fall ,
1 CUral ) 05.
Whieky Firm at 1 17.
City I.ITO Stools.
KAN AH CITY , April 12.
Catt'e ' Recehta O7.i head : elilmnentfl.
In.nil
2G2 head. Market strong und ( .ctlvo. nnd
lOo higher ; native uhlpperH , 5 rOTrf.7 . 2. * ;
native etockers and feuJcrv , 3 05 © ! 70 ;
native cowc , 2 60@6 00 ,
Ho'j RccciptH , 6,012 head ) shipment" .
194 head. Market Btroiig and active ria
fie higher. Halt's raided from 6 607 .15 ;
bulki\t590 ( rGOO. :
FbilaUolvhla Prodnoo.
PlIILADKU'HU , April 12.
Wheat-Firmer ; 14i.'i for cash
" "
"corn-Firmer ; 88@91o for cash ; 854 ®
cash ; COJ@COj
°
80@90o.
FittsbarR Oil Market.
I'lTTHUDBO , April 12.
The oil market opfnvd ut 7 o , ole ed
at noon t 70a May delivery , tie ,
8 40 ; July. H43o ; New York refined , 77gu ;
Antwerp , 17J irurics. Shlpmeiits Unite. . I ,
47.473 baVruU ; Tidewater , 9.10D barrels.
I'lttMburif nulw. 840,000 barrels. PittbburK
uxchtngo ttock , $1 62. _ _
Buffalo I < lvo BtooJt.
EABT BovrALO. April 12.
ur ; receipts. 37 ours ; elnu1
. . .ruv. , u < . . * ; Yorker * . 7 20@7 80 ; food
medium
Toledo Proaaoe-
TOLEDO. Ajiril 13.
Wheat-Steadyi No. 8 , 1 3i cash ; 1 31J
fur April nnd May , 1 l for June : 1 14 lor
July ; 110 } fur August ; lll > i for the
Corn-Firm ; high mixed , 791cj No. 2 ,
78o for cath ; 77io for April ; ffijh Jor
Mi y ; 74o for Juue ; 665o for the ytnr.
OAU Nothing doing ,
Baltimore Prodnoe.
BALTIMORE , April 12 ,
J'lonr Strong. '
Wheat Stubborn nd firmer ; fnllr ,
140@147 ! long berry , 1 SO ® ! CO ; No. 2
red winter ttrong at 1 39J@1 40 cash and
Auril.
Corn- Southern steftdy ; nt 90c ; yellow
tpftdy at 82c ; tnlxad western , stronc at
P2iocnsli aud April ,
Iilvorpool Prodnoo.
TivGnroot. , Apill 1 ? ,
Amtrlcnn Flour IO ( W12 < .
Whfnt-WlntT , Otftlfa-lOHcJ ; whltr ,
9 < fidC J5U lid ; i-l'rm 9s@10j ; club , 9i 9d
@ 10Hd.
C mi G < 4d for now and Gj 7d for old.
Pork 77s
Lwt-55s 9 > l.
Clnvolnnd Alurltot.
V.si ) , Apill 11.
Petroleum Steady ; Btiinditnl white , 110
test , Ojc. _
Tttrpoiitluo BInrkot-
WILMINGTON' , N. C. . April 12.
llcwln Quiet ; slralnet ) , 1 90 ; joud ,
1 7" .
Spiritu Qniol ,
Tar Steady at 1 75.
Somothlnrjf About TlgUta nnd Pado.
New York Similar Courier ,
"I wish to know if ninny profession
al people ] wear | ) adn , " said thu visitor.
"Thoro are very few who do not
vrenr thotn for thu iirins , hips , calves
in short , for every portion of the
l.iinmii form. "
"C.in you toll mo what nctrcsnca
wear tlium nnd wherel" asked thu re-
pur tor.
"I certainly shall not giro nny such
information to any ono. Qur business
ia na private as that of ft physician.
Wo have doalingH with nearly nil the
loading professionals in this country ,
and it would bo n broach ot fnith on
our part to reveal nny of the physical
shortcomings of our natroucs. I will
oliow you nome of our paddd lights. '
You BOO the padding is uiudoofliiiiib'a
wool , woven into the material of
which thu tights uro mado. In order
to inako tlieso pads , wo must first
monsuro exactly thu part of the liguro
which they uro to cover , and then
inako the pada BO that tlioy supply
whatever cleliuioncy there may bu. in
the case of premierea diuisuusca we
tiiko apiaster mould of the limb , and
then niuko tights so carefully padded
that tlioy lit every muscle perfectly. "
"Aro tliojo black tiyhta intended
for Sarah 1"
"No , wo made thotn for n living
skeleton. jTJioso stockings near them
uro for a fat woman ' "ho dnell * in1
the museum. Obsmvu thu sizo. "
"You make a p.ivat niany different
kinds of tights , 1 suppose ] "
"Yea , of uvery nort und hue. The
latest fashion ia to have thorn of open
work , so na to display thu skin , or
lluah-colorod tights underneath. Tlioy
uro vuiy elegant , and cost about ? UO
per pair. As yut tlioy are bought only
by burlesque actresses and u few of
the most popular sorio-comica. They
are not infrequently worn over padded
tights. In laot , a largo part of our
business consists in making crooked
puoplo straight and straight people
Dlcrooked. . "
i it often necessary to distort the
appearance of the bodj i"
"Cortumly , Booth's mako-up as
"Uortucoio , " or Ilichard III , " ia a
work ot art , nnd there are a great
many other roles on the stage which
need elaborate und grotesque pad
dings. "
"I see you deal largely in * fancy
hosiery. Is the demand tor goods iu
that description as large as it was a
few youra ago ? "
"Yea ; and it acorns to bo increasing
all the time. Wo manufacture great
quantities of them for street as well
as stugo wear , und at a cost of from
S-i to § 30 a pair. Wo have some em
broidered with gold thread which are
very expensive. A few ycara ago
ladies ] objected to paying , even the
smaller of the sums 1 have named.
Now they think nothing of cipundinir
from $10 to § 30 for u smglo pair of
fancy Blockings. "
A RAILROAD CONli'EDBRATION
What a "Prominent Senator" Says
"On the other hand , the evils of
the railroad system nro so great that
they are admitted by most cif the rail
road men. Having no fixed under
standing , these , railroad wara break
out nnd food the firea of Wall street.
Thousands of young men through the
country uro being brought up sys
tematic otock speculators , leaving
their normal pursuits two or throe
times a day to consult the ticker and
BOO how stocks stand. Under thu
domination of Wnll street the same
thing which happened to California
six years ago is liable to happen to the
wholocountry a complolo collapse
and fading out through the final suc
cess ' of the big promoters in cleaning
the ! pe6plo out of all their money.
California-was picked as dry as n bono ,
and rushed to thu alternative of pass
ing a constitution which wan called
iio
agrarian. Wall street governs the
country through the complete inde
pendence ) of the railroads of any gov
ernment control. Tlioy are a law
unto themselves , and hence their fluc
tuations furnish gambling material for
the whole nation. It is a question
whcth'ir the old genurutidit is now
strung enough to correct any more
evils'the latter generation being of. a
dilloront pattern
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED
BANKING HOUSE
IN NEDHASKA
CALDWELU1AMILTON&CO
BuiinoH traniacted iamo MI that
of aii incorporated Imnli.
Account * licit iu onrveno- old
abject to tight elieoU without no-
tloo.
Certificate * of deposit lisuod. pav
olio in tliroo , * ix. and , twelve
nioutbo , bearing Interest , or on de
mand without interest.
Advance * mudo to customers on
approved icourltlesat market rate
ofiutorcit.
The interests of customer * are
closely guarded , and every fnollitj
oormmtiblo with priuoiolen of
Kound banking freely extended ,
Draw sight draltn on England
Ireland , Scotland , and all warta o
Europe , . . .
Sell European passage tlouoti.
COULEOTION8PROMPTLY MADE.
B. D. McLAUGHLJN ,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
.ind Notary Public.
f
West for bclnjr tba most direct , qnleknl , n
Mfrt Una connecting tha ijrctt Mrtrcpolli. OUT
OACJO , Mid the KmRS , Nor.i r-ExBtsrw , I ) r
ami Hoiml'KAiiTiuiH Liiii" , which terminate there ,
wltti KASSAB Crrr , Ls v * wojiTn , Aicninon ,
OOOTCIT. BLDWI and OMAHA , the CouuiaciAXi
CxxriKt from which radiate
* EVERY LINE OF R8AD
that penetrates the Continent Irora the lllucnr
Rltf r to tha Pacific Hlopo , Tbo
CHICAGO JIOOK ISLAND & PA.
OZFIO RAILWAY
Id tha only line from Chfctfro owning track In
KMIKM , or which , by IU own rood , reaches th
points above named. No TRAisgf KRS nr CARBIAO *
No IIIMHO cxi.tMscnossI Mo huddling In 111
TentlUteJ or unclean earn , M every passenger
carried In roomy , clean nd ventilated coaches
upon Fast Kxprcai Trains
DAT CARS of unrivaled magnificence , PULLMAH
P > L CI sunmmi CAM , and cm own world-turnout
Dinisa CAM , upon which tneali are nerved of no-
mirptuwcd eiccflonco. it the low rule of 8iVBr
Fisi CUNTS EACH , with ample lime for hoalthfn
enjoyment.
Through Can between Chicago , Pcorta , Mil
vaukco and MLvtturt Klier Potato : and close can !
nectlona at all | xlnU ) of Intersection with othet
Wa ticket ( da not forget th ! > ) directly to erory
place ol Importance In Kansas , Nebraska. BUvfc
Illlle , Wyoming , UUh. Idaho , Nevada , Callforr-U.
Oregon , Wwhlngton Territory , Colorado , Arliona
nd Now Mexico.
Aill beral arrangement * regarding ; baggage M
any other line , aad rate * of faro alvay * ad ow M
competitor * , who furnish but a tltht o tea com
fort Don and tickle of iportanen free.
Ticket * . maim and falden at all principal
offices In the United State * and Canada.
, n CABLE. _ _ E. ST. JOHN ,