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. " . THE' OMAHA DAILY BEK : STOJUY MAY 8 ; 1887.-TWELVE PAGES. (
RESTING ON LADRELS WON ,
The Beaux and Belles of Society Selecting
Their Summer Resorts.
' "KENSINGTON. "
MRS. PRATT'S
A Plvo O'clock Ten The Hyperion
Club Mrs. IlnwkliiH1 Iituioli I'nrty
Xliu IMukcy Hcceptlon
Art Oosnl | > .
Wilted Hoolcty.
lioyonil one or two quiet nlTulrs anil n
rcci'tlon ) , society lias found little oc-
ciipiiUon thu | iust week. Such : i state of
colliHc : | has scarcely been known before.
And h probably , duo to the impetuosity
of tbo winter's social swim together with
the enervating results of hunt and dust.
Tin ; absorbing question of the moment
is where to I'lnigrnto for tlio summer ,
for no one who can raiio enough money
to K 't in'o ' a liabltable temperature , ever
thinks of undergoing the inconvenience
of the heated term in Omaha and its un
pleasant suggesliyencsq of a possible fu
ture state , Local society will bo oxten-
tenwively represented at Spirit Lake.
About the same crowd as adjourned
there lust seasonare anticipating another
summer of opportunities for trying bait
on the various species Unit arc Known to
bo susceptible.
A HcMslnittcm Ten.
A prominent event of the past week
was the Kensington tea given by Mrs.
Aug. J'ratt Friday afternoon. The house
was decorated with much taste , n pro
fusion of lilacs making the rooms both
cheerful and fragrant. The same idea
was carried out in the table decorations ,
the forks , pitchers , etc. , being tied with
lilac ribbon. Shortly after the arrival of
the guests , tea and wafers were passed
around , after which the feast of lan
guage , that forms the usual accompani
ment of busy feminine lingers held full
Bwny until 0 o'clock , when fancy work
was laid aside , and an elegant sup
per was served with the tact
that distinguishes Mrs. 1'rattnsa hostess.
The gemel hostess made every guest feel
hanpy and well entertained , so that the
hour of departure came all too soon.
Those present wore Mrs. llimcbaugli ,
Mrs. ( Jolpot7ur , Mrs. Lubois ) , Mrs. Clay
ton , Miss Durfee , Mrs. , J J. Dickey , Mrs.
W. L. Dickey , Mrs. Thomas Gibson , Mrs.
E. M. Hartlett. Mrs. ( J. S. Montgomery ,
Mrs. J. M. Woolworth , Mrs. Drake , Mrs.
Cady , Mrs. Savage , Mrs. Squires , Mrs.
Colo. Mrs. Gilbert , Mrs. Tliayer , Mrs.
Uunkel , Mrs. Hurton , Mrs. Morony , Mrs.
Aikcn , Mrs. Kvans , Mrs. lloldrcgc , Mrs.
llowcll , Mrs. Higginbotham , Airs. HaVens -
Vens , Mrs. Mills , Mrs. Allen , Mrs. Hop
kins. Mrs. Kisdon , Mrs. Bliss , Mrs.
Iloluon , Mrs. Hardy , Mrs. Ambrose , Mrs.
Minor , Mrs. Parker , Mrs. Marker , Mrs.
Purvis , Mrs. Connell , Mrs. Scott , Mrs.
tioodnch , Mrs. Hrunner , Mrs. ( Jrotr , Mrs.
Alo'xnnder , Mrs. Boyd , Mrs. Boll , Mrs.
Copeiand , Mrs. Powell , Mrs. Putnam ,
Mrs. Chapman , Mrs. Mercer , Mrs.Howes ,
Mrs. Van Kuran , Mrs. Cole , Mrs. Me-
Kibbcn , Mrs. S. P. Morso.
The Hyperion Clnb.
This popular sooial organization gave
a "May party" Friday evening ia
Masonic hall. It was attended by about
fifty couples , all of whom enjoyed thcm-
BOVOS to the utmost. The hall was very
prettily decorated for the occasion.
Each lady received a programme which
Was a beautiful souvenir of the affair.
It consisted of n Japanese fan , on one
Bide of which wcro inscribed the dances ,
and otutho other in hand painted charac
ters , the name of the lady. Those pro
grammes wcro undoubtedly the most
handsome and unique ever seen iu this
citv.
Among the guests present wore :
Messrs. Carey. Van Gordon , Hiopcn ,
Hull , Sanford , Moody , Roberts , Roosters ,
Pierce , Pleasants , Harding , Eaton , For-
tor , llollinger , Gritlin , Ours , Kent , Dustin -
tin , Trimble , Wakolleld , Shane , Millet ,
Gration , Bryiins. Woodburn , Livesoy ,
Laing , Day , By Smith , Hicks'Milligan ,
Crandall. llussoll , Kemlrick , Craig ,
Buck , Uussell , Sherman , Coon , Mo-
Cullough , Kdholm , Akin , Ware , Ostrom ,
Misses. Cnnfleld , Hus.soll. Scott , Lo Clair ,
May and Carrie McClalr , Nellie and
Fannie Sexauor , Mrs. Buck , Mrs. Ed-
helm , Mrs. Pierce , Feathorstono , Mollie
and Sue King , Shipmnn , Duncan , Stadol-
man , Callalian , McKcnna , Talmngo ,
Whiting , Bean , Wilson , Wart , Bailey ,
McCheane , McCroary. Wilkins , French ,
Deles , Wright , James.
In Clerical Circles.
The reception tendered to Rev. A , W ,
Lamar and family , the newly installed
pastor of the First Baptist church , Thurs <
day evening , was a grand success in
every particular. The parlors o { the
church were tastefully decorated and at
elegant supper served by the ladies of the
Bocioty. The Rov. Mr. Dotwoilor ot the
Lutheran church , delivered the address
of welcome , which wns responded to bv
the Rov. Air. Lnmnr. The following
toasts were then given : "Tho Preachorl
Wife , " responded to by Mr. Webster
"Tho Preacher's Son , " Rev. Mr. Savage
"Church Union , " Rov. P. W. House
Tlio Rov. Mr. Harsha also delivered i
witty speech.
The musical part of the exorcises wni
furnished by Mrs. Ditnmock , Mrs ,
Turner , and the Amphion Quartette , anil
win a most agreeable feature of the occa
fiion. Tlio quartette comprises four wcl
known singers and bids fair to bo OIK
of the best ever heard in the city. The ]
gang their ditlicult selections with croa
beauty of tone , tasteful shading and entirely
tiroly from memory.
Many members of other church societies
ties were present to welcome Mr. Lama
and bid him God speed in his work.
A Flvo O'clock Tea.
One of the pleasant features of th (
Nebraska State Medical Society nicotine
the past week , was the "five o'clock tea'
given by Dr. Eleanor Stallnrd Dailoy to
the lady members in attendance. Thos
rntcrtamod were Dr. Gertrude Cuscadon
Dr. Mary B. Chapman , Dr. Thpodi
Wilkin , of Omaha , and Dr. Mary Ryorsot
Ilutlii. Dorchester. Dr. Butiu was oloctoi
first vice president of the society , Uv
lirst woman to bu honored with tin
office , In the history of the organization
A Onwl I'nrty.
Mrs. M. C. Nichols , assisted by ho :
laughter , entertained a number of the !
friends at cards Thursday evening a
their homo , 3110 Wobstcr. These prcscn
were Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Nichols , Mra
Dopm , Mr. and Mrs , R. E. Pease , Mrs. S
T. Alexander , Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sloan
Mr , and Mrs. J. P. Johnson , Mr. an
Mrs. Swobo , Mr. and Mrs.C.S. Whitnoj
Airs. Jeo , Dr. und Mrs , Dysart , Mr :
Beall , Mr. and Mrs Shears , Mrs. an <
Miss McClure , Messrs. Puaso , Miles
George Squires , B. Beall , Mogqulcz
IJostwick , Dcpin and Snyder.
Cards anil Dancing.
An enjoyable party was given Thur :
day evening by Mrs. Wilklns , at her cos
liousn on Pierce. Dancing and card
made the entertainment of the evening
varied with somn jrood music. Tho- .
present were Mr. and Mrs. Molntvro.Mi
and Mrs. Portnr , the MISJ.OS Utissell
Florence French. Bertha Kraiis , Edit
Phelps , Georgia Duncan , B. Rcnnv an
Messrs. Arthur Jonea , W.V. \ . SOpefV
Wakefield. G. Criuulall , Cmjr , Smith ,
Mollcr , llollinger , Dustin.
The Dickey Ilcccptlnn.
The reception given Wednesday night
by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dickey , in honor of
Mr. and Mis. W. Lvlo Dickey was largely
attended. Others who assisted in wel
coming the guest * were Mr. and Mrs. A.
L. Williams and the Misses Nannie ami
Myra Williams , of Topeka , Kan. , Miss
Myra Ferguson , of Kansas City.and Miss
Belle Dickey. Of thp100 invitations
issued so many were responded to , that
the parlors were constantly thronged
from 8 to 11. _
A Koclnl l.vcnlng.
Miss Collins entertained a tew of her
friends Thursday night in honor of Miss
Thompson , of \ \ ashington , who is visit
ing Mrs. II. W. Vales. Others present
were MKs Ijnins , Miss Hums. Miss Me-
Mnrtrv , the Misses Dundy , MiHans -
coin , Aliss Barbi-r , Miss Bubblngton , of
Council HlulVs. Miss Berlin , Miss Boyd ,
Miss Clarke , Aliss Vales , Messrs. Charles
Orfutt. Barke. ,1. S. Collins , Berlin Mor-
ford , Yates , Hamilton , Stebbins and Dr.
Gillbrd. _ _
A Lunch I'nrty.
At Mrs. General Hawkins' lunch there
were present Mrs. McMillan , who is visit
ing Bishop Worthmgton , Miss Worthington -
ton , Mrs. Collins , Mrs. Crook , Mrs. Read ,
Mrs. Patrick , Mrs. Carter , Mrs Horbaeii ,
Mrs. Bennett. .
Art
Mrs. W. F. Vaill shows a very good at
tempt at animal painting.
Miss Yost has a line figure piece "Tho
Italian Flower Girl. "
Miss Shul/o will close her studio next
week for the summer uud will shortly
leave for the east.
Mrs. T. Orr has a very handsome screen
decorated with a study ot mulleu leaves
and richly mounted.
Miss Rich , it very young but promising
nrtlst , has a fruit piece of peaches that
nature could not surpass.
Mrs. Mumaugh has another beautiful
novelty in soarf drapery at the studio.
It is a half transparent crape , a delicate
yet washable fabric.
W. V. Morse has an exquisite land
scape by Beich , also a queer painting of
undoubted antiquity , that Mr. Morse
picked up somewhere in his travels. The
subject ih Cardinal Fisher's bible.
Aliss Gassott , a Boston girl , who will bo
remembered as having painted under
Mrs. Mumaugh last season , sailed for
Europe , Thursday , where she will spend
a. year combining study witli amusement.
Mrs. Higginson lias completed another
excellent portrait. Tlio subject is Mrs.
Lewis Reed's little son , and the likeness
is unmistakable. The flesh tints are per
fect and tlio intense brown eyes arc
wonderfully lifelike.
nrovltics.
Mrs. J. D. DcBeiviso has gone east for
the summer.
Mrs. Wink of Nclighisat the Millard
or a few days.
Mr. and MM. Frank Walters left Tues
day for Europe.
Miss Bebbington of Council Bluffs is
visiting Miss Berlin.
Miss T. MeMurtry , of Lincoln , is th
; uest of Miss Burns.
Airs. Kitchen and Airs. Aletcalf are
lonio from Hot Springs.
Aliss Kruili has been appointed successor
ser to Aliss Schill at the postollice.
Aliss Dell Scllcrc of Oskaloosa , In. , will
make Omaha her permanent homo.
Miss Lake has returned from Chicago
mil is now convalescent from her recent
lluess.
Air. and Airs. T. M. Orr have broken up
jonsckcopiug und are quartered at the
Millard.
Airs. Funk of Orchard's establishment
lias returned from a three weeks' visit in
Cheyenne.
Aliss Cora Gates of Brownvillo has
num the guest ot Airs. Leavitt Burnhaiu
the past weolc.
Arthur Jones , of Blue Rapids , la. , is
visiting Omaha friends on his way to
Kritish Columbia.
Airs. C. D. Woolworth entertained a
few of the young people of Unity church
Thursday evening.
Air. and Mrs. H. B. Lockwood have
moved from Chicago street into their
house , 924 Pane Avenuo.
R. A. Harris contemplates taking a
trip to England , before he loaves for Los
Angeles , his future homo.
Airs. Guy Barton and Mrs. C. D. Woolworth -
worth will receive from 3 to 0 at iilOG
California street , Thursday , Alay 19.
W. P. Mumaugh is homo from Lincoln.
Airs. Mumaugh will shortly leave foi
Dakota to bo absent through the summer.
McKco Rankin nnd his border dramas
are meeting with great success in dime
museum circles. That's where they be
long.
George A. Joplin , of the Young Men's
Christian assoofation , loft Thursday foi
San Francisco to attend th'o international
convention.
Mrs. Frank MHlspangh , of Minneapolis ,
is visiting her mother , Airs. Clarkson ,
The Rov. Air. Alillspnugh is expected
hero about tlio 20th.
Airs. George Raymond , mother of C. S.
Raymond , died at 8 o'clock last Sunday
evening. The remains were Interred in
Stowo , , Vt. Air. Raymond will remain
east two weeks.
Air. and Airs. G. M. Hitchcock gave a
music.ilo Thursday evening , the pro
gramme being furnished by Aliss Neallj
btovens , the accomplished pianist , as
sisled by Mr. Brighaui.
The engagement is announced of Mis ;
Theresa sonneuberg , an accomplished
young lady , formerly of Lcadville , Col. ,
but now a resident of Omaha , to Sig
mund Ainstoin , a young business man ol
this citv , The wedding will occur at ar
early dato.
The "Lounger" gossip of the last Excelsior -
colsior sounds suspiciously like the
palaver of a certain astute imprcssaru
who was at the Elk's banquet , and wh (
is noted for his enterprise in working ui
good advance notices. The "Lounger'
has evidently been "holding the ruirroi
up" to clover Carleton's imagination. S <
much for independence of opinion.
ATWATEK-HAfrES.
A Ilymonlal Event this Aftcrnooi
Which Takes From Us Onu or Our
Most Esteemed Vaunt ; LniUos.
From Cedar Rapids , la. . Evening Ga
/.otto : This afternoon at UiUO Air. Franl
V. Atwater , of Omaha , was given loga
right to spirit away to his homo ono o
our sweetest nnd brightest sooial lights
Aliss Rcgina A. Sales. It comes as n sur
pnso to nearly all her great circle o
friends and her absence tromoursocla
and musical gatherings will bo MO soreh
felt that some would like to have c.Ulcc
n halt on that marriage service. The riti
was solemnized at the home of the brido' :
mother , No. 4W ! First avenue , the cere
mony being performed with great scri
ousness by Rov. J , K. Fowler.
The multitude of the bride's admirer
will bo tbo more reconciled to the lew
when they know that Air. Atwater is ii
every way worthy. Ho Is as line am
noble in character ns in form and boar
Ing. In fact , to simply moot him is tc
write him down a rare gontloman. Ho i
ouo of the rising young hardwaremer
chanU of Omaha.
This young man oomes among us will
the highest recommendations. Air. At
water will provo a valuable ncqulsitioi
to our business and social circles. Mrs
A. is a most estimable lady , who is pos
scsscd of u charming person nnd elegant
gant manners , and Is the fortunate pos
sossorof a magnlUcont soprano roict
which lias boon highly cultivated. He
advent to the citv will bo hailed with delight
light by our music lovers. Mr. and Airs
Atwntur will be warmly welcomed to on
city.
Nnw YOIIK , May 7. ( SnecW Telcpratn
to the Bp.K.I STOCKS , There was very lit
tle of slpilllc.inco In the stock market until
the bank statement came out to-day , tit.
Paul pretrrrcd surprised traders with a sharp
advance of ll { per cent , and was more actlso
than It has boon for a Ion * time. The point
on it was that n clique of rich Chicago oper
ators hml boon buying It on the theory th.it It
was the cheapest per cent stock on the list ,
and thev wcro crt'illtvil with the Intention of
tnanlrmlatltiK a 10 pur cent advance in It.
Wahash was another bull card. Gould
brokeis were larifo buyers of It and advised
thulr friends that Itsas certain to have n bk
boom. New Kntjland wns rather \seak. Ou-
si'rvliitf bujcrs , however , claim that the buy
ing was by tlio best class of people. The
bank statement showed a decrease of 3'J.OOO-
000 In reserve and was the signal for a drive
at the maikctby thcbe.irs. The whole 11st was
sold down a fraction , Missouri Pacific belm ;
the lowest stock on the list. Contrary to ex
pectations , however , the market rallied after
tlio drop , quickly leaving a little prollt to
short sellers. The cause of the heavy do-
crcaso In the bank statement was alleged to
bo heavy withdrawals by the Chicago hanks
In consequence of Chicago becoming n
n reserve city. The feeling on grangers con
tinued to bo\ery bullish , and Chicago was a
largo buyer ol Northwestern it St. Paul lire-
terred , taking largo blocks otthe latter at the
top prices ot the day. At noon the market
was steady , the sales to that hour ngeroRatlng
W5,000 shares. In the last hour the market
was rharnclcrlrcd by a drop more or less
ccncral In prices throughout the list. Noith-
western was sold down nearly 1 per cent
and St. Paul preferred broke on offerings of
lone stock bought BOIMO days ago. Fancy
stocks were all weak , Lake Krlo & Western
selling down to the lowest point reached In
several weeks. The market closed very soft
at about the lowest point of the day. The
total sales were about liOO.OUO shares.
( tovKitxMKNTs Government bonds were
dull but steady.
' YKSTKIinA.Y'8 0/UOTA.TIOXS.
u.s.r's 100 ic. iteN. w 12114
U. S. 4'scoupon , tasjtfl do preferred..1-W-f
V. K. 4X'scoup . " 0 N. Y. C ll'W
Pacific o's ot 'It'.i o' < O. K. ic N lOU'f '
Canada Snuth'n. . ! < O. T. 3
Central Pact He. . 40'f PacllicMall 55 f
ClilcagOiteAUon.ua il' . , I ) . A K Stt'4 '
do prefeircd.,100 ( Pullman PaI.Car.14H
C. , B. AtO 147K Kt'aillng 44
] > . , L.V li'OJf Uock Island. . . 13 : !
1) . &U.O L. &S. K. . . .
Krio . do pu'ferrcil. . . . 77'j '
do preferred. . . . 7:1 : U. , M. A St. I' . . . . 1I1J <
Illinois Conttal..ii.V : { do preferred..I'JJJsf
I. , H. iVe W 21 St. 1' . it O M } < ,
* do profened..114)4 )
ioShote aV > Texas 1'aclnc. . . . 30' ?
&N 67If UnionPuclnc. . . . 01
Mlchlitan Cenfl. . 03 I\V. , St. LAI' . . . . Z\ * {
Mo. J'acllic 107 % ilo preferred. . 37
No. Vacilic yJKVf. U. Telegraph 75M
do preferred. . . . Gl fi
MONEY ON CAM. Easy nt 4@7 per cent ;
closed offered nt4 per cent
riiME : MEIICANTII.K 1'Ai'Ei : 5JG ( per
cent.
STKKUNO KxniANOK Dull hut steady
nt S4.M % for sixty day bills , Sl.S7'i for
demand.
PRODUCE MAUKKT.
Chicago. May 7. Following quota
tions are tin ; 2iOcloslnj : ; figures :
Flour Steady nnd linn ; winter wheat
nour. 84.2. ' > @ 4.30 : soutnern , S4.10@4.20 ;
Wisconsin. S4.20@4..TO : Michigan"
spring wheat , S:5.70 : ( < 4.M : Mlunesotabakcri.
83.7 ( > @ ! 4.iO : ; patents , 84.50G44.bJ : low grades ,
81. ° o@2. < j5 : rye Hour , qnietat S3.aX'J3.40 ; in
saok and barrels. $ : % : < .70.
Wheat Dull , lltictimtiou < < within narrow
Ilinlls ; inaikot opened ( ff'ic higher and
closed > c lower tor Juno and July : cash ,
b35fc : June. KiXe : Jnly.8-1 lli-lGe.
Core ( Julel most of Hie session ; opened a
shade llriuer than yestorday'H close and closed
same as yesterday ; c.ish , :5Si-16o : ; Juuc ,
ay tfc ; July , 415-lfic.
Oats Dull , weak and } { @Xc lower ; cash ,
2GVc : ; Juno. 27Vc ; JuljW ! 1-lUc.
Jtyo Dull nt sokc.
Jlarley-'Nomlnal at57c.
Timothy Seed I'rluip , S1.07.
Flax Seed-81.07K.
Whlskv-81.10.
] 'ork Dull and quiet , with no malerlal
chance ; cash nnd June , 5 5.00 < 32.r : ) > 0.
Lard Dull , easy and iXc ! lower ; cash ,
' 'v " < -
@ 7.00.
Hulk Meals Shoulders. 8 : > .00@C 00 ; shoit
clear , S7.00ft7.P5 ( ; short libs , 87.40 < < 17.42V.
Butter Quiet ; creamery , 18@ ± } J c ; dairy ,
Cheese Steady ; full cream Cheddars ,
" - " 'o ; Hats , 12K ( < ? l.'ic ; jounR Americas
'c ; skims , : igtjc. (
< 'inn nt lOJ c.
Uldes-Unchangodheav.vKroen ; salted 7 c ;
llcht do , 75fi4Sc ( ; salted bull hides , Cc ; green
salted calf.Bc ; dry Hint , 12@iic : ; dry calf ,
13/il4c / ; deacons , 40c each ; dry salted , lOe.
Tallow Unchanjred ; No. Iconntry , 4c ; No.
3,3c ; cake , 4c.
Uecolpts. Shipments.
Flour , bbls 11,000 SO 000
Wheat , bu 5U.OOO 53,000
Corn , bu 3ooo ! ) & ! fl.00fl
Oats , bu G'J.OOO 49.000
Uyobu 42,000 3.000
Barley , bu 11,000 11,000
St. lioula. May 7. Wheat Less active ;
cash , S.Wc ; Juno , Ste.
Corn Steady ; cash , 3G } @ 37c ; June ,
Oats Steady ; cash and May , 3Sc ; June ,
i'orlc Dull : new. 81(5.00. (
Lard Nominally at 50.70.
Whisky Ixiwer at 81.00.
Butter Easy ; creamery , C0@ 2c ; dairy ,
14 < a20c. !
Liverpool , May 7. Wheat Strong : de
mand good : holders oiler sparingly ; Cali
fornia No. 1 , nothingotlciing ; reacstutn
spring , 7s2d@7s3il par cental ; do winter ,
7sId7s Gil per cental.
Corn Firm : demand fair ; new mixed
western , 4s ! M per cental.
Now Orleans , May 7. Corn Unchanged !
mixed , SOc ; yellow , 5lc : while , 5''c1.
Oats Easier at 37@t7Ke. :
Cornmeal Firmer nt 82.35.
Hog 1'roducts Unchanged.
Lard Keiined tlorco 87.00.
Bulk Meals Shoulders , S0.50 ; long cleat
and clear ribs. SS.G2K.
Now Vort. May 7. Wheat Uecolpls ,
87,000 ; exports , 47,000 ; spot > /fgKc and
options JtfQle , lower , closingbaroly steady al
nearly bottom rates ; ungraded red , Wort
Sl.UOJfNo. 8 rod , 05 c : No , 1 , red , W o
No. U , OOIn elevator , U7 c tree on board :
June closing at 9" ) > < c.
Corn Receipts , tst.OOO ; expoits , 2,400 ; spol
> 4@ > c and options Ji@J4c lower , closint
steady ; ungraded , 48 ? ( ( < c5Uc : No. 2 , 48K ( < j
4'JH'c In elovittor , 60 > ie delivered , June
t. .
Oats Itecclpts , 23,000 ; exports , 27 ; steady
mixed western , 34Q37c ; white western
3SC 42c.
Petroleum Steady ; United closed at CO c.
Pork Quiet , steady and unchanged ; olt
mess , Sl5.WCi4lO.tX ) ; now mess , $17.00.
Lard Dull and lower ; western steam , spot
S7.25.
E cs Quiet and generally steady : west
ern , tresh , 12@l2Hc.
Butter Quiet and barely steady ; western
'
Cheese Quiet and unchanged.
Minneapolis. May 7. Wheat Weak :
No. 1 hard , cash and May. 7'JWc ' : June
Flour Finn ; patents , 34.40(44.50 ; bakers
. , .
Itecelpts Wlioat. 92,500 bu.
hhipments Wheat , 20,000 bu ; Hour , 1S.OOC
bbls.
Cincinnati , May 7. Wheat Scarce ant
firm ; No. 2 red , 85c.
Corn Strong and In good demand ; No. C
mixed , 44Wc.
-FirmNo. ; . 2 mlxed,80 ( 30Kc.
Kre-StrongerNo. ; 2 , 04H C5c.
Provisions-Easy end uucUaugcd ; pork
SIC..S ; Jard , J0.60.
Whlsicy-Actlvo and firm , at 51.05.
Milwaukee. May 7. Wheat Easier
cash , 82/c , ' ; June , biiXc ; July , 84Vc.
Corn rirm and nominal No. 3 , SOc.
( ) ts Stronu : No.a wulto , Sltfc
Ilye-Steaily : No. 1. 68e ,
Barley Weak ; No. 3 , Me.
ProvhIons-Easleri pork , May , 515.00.
LIVE STO CK.
Ctilcnso , Mar 7. Tht Drovers' Jou
nal repurtn as follows : ,
Cattle -Jtecelpu , 1,000 , ; steady ;
leers , t4.00@4.03i stockfrs and iecders ,
$2.7534.255 covfsTilmlls nnd mixed , 32.00
Q4,00 ; bulk , S7TMJ.05.
Hogs Hecplpw.oco : steady : rough and
nixed , $5.0J < rt , ' . : ; packing and stmiDlni : ,
i < 5.40(5.5j ( ! ; light , Sl.70Q5.W ; ; skips , S3.CU
4.00. n o
Sheen HecelpLOn.tKX ) : steady ; wooled ,
'J.ooavoo ; shorn , S3.5tKiT4.ij ; Texans ,
53.OOvjJ3.S55 laiubj , | I.50 JC.50.
Nation. l Stouk Vnntq , Knt Ht.
1/ouls , 111. , May 7.-Cattlo-Kecelpts , 400 ;
hlpments , 200 ; UiVltt't strone and steady ;
holco heavy nuthe steers. S4.00i.j5.00 ; faire
o need shipping steers , S3.lKXii4..V > ; butchers'
leers , fair to cltjlcc , ! 3.50j4,30j ( ! feeders ,
fair to cciotl , S3.V.TX3 1.00.
llogs-Uccfllpt , 1,000 ; shtpmento. 2/.00 :
market steady ; choice heavy and butchers'
selection , Sri O xro ; packliiif , fair to good ,
8 ' .20S . ' . ! ; Yorkers , medium to prime. So.OO
i5.15 ; pigs , commnn to good , S4.40(34.H ( ! ) .
KntiMiiH City , Mav 7. Cattle UecdpK
,300 ; slilpiiicnK 1.000 ; market n "Inxdi'
stronger for light shipping cows , stocUers
ana feeders ; common to choice shipping ,
5 > 3.bOQ4.50 ; stackers , SJ.COitJ.25 ( ; feeding
steers , t3.iO@3. ! ! > 0.
lions Korcliits , 0,000 ; shipments , 1,000 ;
Market opened steady , closed weak nt fiotlO
ewer ; common to choice , S1.GO ( 5. 15 ; skips
and pigs , S UO J.SO.
oaiAUA MVI : STOCIC.
Saturday , May 7.
Cnttlp. .
The receipts of cattle to-aav wore fair tor
, he last dav of the \\eek. There weie \ cry
V.w goo'd corn-fed cattle In that \\ero snitn-
Jln for tliu dressed beef tiade. The market
A\as at least 5c higher than \ostcrdny.
The receipts of hois weio the same as yes-
ertlny. Tlio market opened active at nn ait-
vance of r > ( i8IOo and the hogs weie all sold at
in eatly hour. _
Ktiecp.
There \\cro a few in , but the market was
Ilecelpu.
Cattle . r,00
ilogs . 2,000
Horses . 100
Sheep . GOO
Provalllnt ; 1'ricns1.
Showing the provalllni ; prices paid for II vo
stocknn this market :
Choice steers , 1 ! W to 1500 HH..8l. iWi4. ! II
Choice steers , lioo to tr.li ibs. . . 4.20 ® I.BO
Kat little s-leer 900 to 1050 Ibs. . . . S.OiJ ) . 15
Kxtra ehoicocows and heifers. . . . il.fiOfiKl.75
! 5ood to choice corn-fed cows. . . . Ji.00ni3.40
Jommon to medium cows 2.75f < ( ,2.lK )
Good to cholcii bulls a/ioraiK. " ' }
Mchtaud mcdiumhogs 4.7561. 1
; iood to choice heavy nogs 4 , ' . 'ifi.o" ( >
( iiiod to choice mixed hogs I4.b0i4l."i ( )
Choice sheep , 90 to 120 llw 3.UK.43.75 .
Ileprescntutivo Males.
Live Stock Sold.
Showing the number ot cattle and hogs
bought by the Icsiliug bu > erb on to-day's
market : _ . , .
lioos.
Anclo-Ainerlcfth PUckingCo . 031
( ! . 11. llammond- Co . ' " ' <
T. J.LIpton . M i
Clarke Bros. . . . in a . 13 1
Total . ll"3' " '
Left over . , . . none
C. 11. Hammond A : Co . 41
Coltman & Conkllu . 3'.i
KaeBros . 2C
Local . 31
Total . 141
All sales ot stock in this market are made
percwt llvu woluht unless otherwise sUtod.
Dead hogs sull at Xo PPr lb. tor all weights.
"Skins , " or 110.53 weU'hlns less than 100 IDS ,
novalue. Pru nunt sows are docked 40 lt > s.
andbtagsSOlbs. by thenublio inspector.
Iilve Stock Notes.
Cattle higher.
A few sheep sold.
UOKS 5@10c stronger.
A good market for Saturday.
Dr. C. Frost , Princeton , Neb. , was looking
over the yards.
A. M. Templip. Chapman , was hero wltli
two loads of cattle.
George Yarns , Missouri Valley , was In and
marketed a load of ho s.
Messrs. Bell and Williams , Id it Grove , la. ,
wore among the visitors at thu yauls.
Will Ilayward , Crowoll. a well known
shipper , was In looking over the maiket.
James Uanley , a well known shipper from
Ashland and a member of the Li\o Stock
Shippers Association , stopped oil at the
yards on Ins way baeu from Chicago.
Thomas Harris , Central City , was in wltli
a load ot cattle , two loads ot hogs and a lout !
of sheep. One load of hogs topped thu mat-
ket at 85.0 j.
One of the largest commission men at the
yards , both in amount ot business transactetl
and physical development , came out tin
other morning resplendent In a new sprnu
milt , lie was as happv as a bowtthano \ \
top until ho caught sight ol Ills bltteiesi
lival in business wearing a new suit oxacth
like ills own. There is a good opporttinltj
for some ono to buy a cheap bccond-hant
suit , as good as new.
OMAHA WUOfjKSAIjE MARK.ETH
Goncrnl Produce.
Saturday , May 7.
_
Tlicfolloiunm price * are for rouwll ot > 0 }
produce , as HOUI on wt inartei to-cwi/ .
Kn 08 The market Is steady at ioc'
HUTTKK- There is an occasional packaji
of fancy butterthat sells above the quotation'
given below. Chico country , I4d4l0 ; luirtt
good , 10@l2c ; cnramon , 5y9c. (
CUKESK Full cream choddarssinle,14J ) ; c :
full cream flats , tw/lns , lf.Hc ; Young Ameri
cas , 15c ; fancy- Swiss , 18c ; Swiss. Im
ported. 25c ; Limbtirger. 14c : brick , I5rt4i0c.
LIVK PoiTi.Titv C'lickens ' , 33.00 ( 3. ; ; : ) .
_ . . . . . . . . . . snipe
per do81.2C , plom 5tc.
POTATOKS lloiiw grown , small lots , fron
store , 70 ( < jbOc : ; new potatoes , per bbl , S4.M
sweet Jer.sovVjf3.Ur ; sweet southern miten
per bbl , § 5.05. . .
ONIONS Old'onlons , per bbl , S4.505.00 :
r.ow bouthorn. rtertioi , S5.00.
CAIIUAOE 'Ji i nl-is very little on tin
market. Now .CaWoriila stock sells at SXOi
s c perlb. ; ; nr ,
AISLES The marKet Is bare and there I :
no stock of nnv aoubunt.
NEW VKOBTAIH.ES Spinach , per bbl
S1.-X31.50 : ton'onlons , j > or dozen bunches ,
20 ( 260 ; radlsbe * , | r dozen bunches , 2.V430c
lettuce , 85@40c ; pVplant , perlb , 2 c ; llomi
grown asi'.iuns , per doGOc ; cucumbers
I > er dozen , 05 < < i75c.
BE A.N8-lnferlor stoclr.WcCSl.OO ; jooil clear
country , 31.00r4i.ua ; medium , hand picked
SL40(31.60 ( ; hand picked , navy , Sl.0@i.GO.
PBOVISIONR Ham , 12Kc : breakfas
bacon , rib. 10 > < c : breakfast bacon , plain , lie
@lle ; dried beer , haut pieces , 13c ; la'rd.Vid-lt '
cans , 7 ? < o ; 20-lbcans. Fairbanks , 7j/c ; 10-11
cans , Fairbanks , 7Kc ; 5-Ib cans , Fairbanks
5c ; 3-lbcaug. Falibaiiks , S c.
LEHO.NB Messina , choice , per box , S4.W
@ .oo.
OKANOEP California , Los Angeles , pei
box , 3.00 ; MeulUirraucan sweets , 83.50 > 'c
a.75 ; Messlim imperial , fancy. 5.50 ; Sai
Gabriel , single box lota , 3.00 ; San Uabrlel
5 box lots , 52.85.
BTBAWIIKRUIKS The receipts are llbera
and the market lower. Choice Block , pei
case , 85.00.
BAKAKAS Larjebunches , p t bunch , 83,5i
General Market * .
. - - - - . . . , percslioir furni
ture , extra , S1.10 ; furniture. No. 1. 81.00 ;
coach extra , 81.40 ; roach. No. i , 81.90 : D *
m r , dxtra , 31.7.1 ; Jnpan > 70c ; , asplmltnin ,
extra S5c : shellac , 33.005 hard oil llnlih ,
irtv PAINTS -White lead , 7c , Fronchzlnc ,
12c : Parli wiilttng. 2 > fc : uniting , gliders ,
Stffc ; whiting , com'l , IWc ; lampblack , ( ier-
inMistov.li , I2c ; lampblack , ordinary , be ;
Prussian bluer > 5c ; ultramarine , IKJ ; vandy k-
brown , sc ; umber , burnt 4c ; umber , raw , 4c ;
sienna , burnt , 4c ! slounx raw , 4c ; Pans
erecn. genuine. 'e. Paris crecn. com
mon. , 23r- chrome groen. N. Y. , V c ;
Termlllion American. lc : inman
raw and buint umber , 1 n > cans , i2c ; r w nnd
burnt sienna , lc : Vandyke brown , lie ; relined -
lined lampblack l'-2o : coach black and Ivory
black. Ific ; drop black. IGo ; Prussian bnu\
40c : ultramarineblack. . iSc ; chromo groon.l , . ,
M. A 1) . . IGc ; blind Mid shutter green. L. , .M.
A D. , lOo ; Pnru erren , ISo ; liulUn red , I.'KJ ;
Venetian red , l'c ; Tuscan , uuc ; American
\ermllllon , L. * 1) ) . , coo : yellow ochre. 2c ; L.
M. tt O. D. . INS : good ochro. lV ( : tut m
dryer , Sc ; graining color. light oak , darko : k ,
walnut , clifstnut nnd sn. 12C- ,
Dnons.sn I > IIKMIOAI.S. Aod carbolic ,
' "c ; nclit tartarlc , 5'Jc ; balsam copaiba , per
to , fii'c ' : bark sassafras , per lb , lUe ; calomel ,
tw lb , 7bc , chlnclioMidia , per oz , 40c ; chloro
form , i * > r tti me ; Dorers powders , pur It- .
81.2.icpsomalts ; , per ! b , Kl < c ; ciycorlno ,
pure , per lb. HIO' lead.ci'tato. ( . Perlb. 2ic ;
ill , castor , No. i , per gnl. . . 81.W ; oil castor ,
No. 2 , per gal. , 81-40 ; oil olive , per gal. , $1.40 ;
nil orlL-annum , M > c ; opium , 81.50 ; qulnino.
P. A W. and K. A b , , per oz. .PC ; potassium
Iodide , per lb , S'.si ) ; s.illcln. per or. 40c ; sul
phate morulilno. uor oz. Si. 5 ; siilPhur , per
] bi4cstncliuini' : . wr ntSl.'J ) . . ,
fAi.vrs INon , White lead. Omana.P P. ,
C' ' c ; white lead Nt , Louis , puro. ic ; Mar
seilles , grenu , 1 lb cans. 2c ; troncn zinc ,
creen seal , 12c : Trench zinc , rod seal. Uc ;
French 7inc. in varnish as-it. 20u ; Fetich
? .lnc.76c : verinllllon , Kngllsli , In oil , 75c ;
red , lOc : ro o pink. 14c ; N enetlan red , Cook-
sou's , 2 j"e ; \ enutlan red , Ameiicaii. l o ;
rt-d lead , 7J < c ; chrnmo yellow , genulno , uoc ;
chromn yellow , K. T-'c ; ochre , rocliollo. : > c ;
ochre , French , 2Jfc : ochre , American ,
IKc ; Winter's mineral. 2t'p ; Lcniffh blown ,
2Hc ; Spanish brown , 2Xc ; Prince's mineral ,
Green butohors. 5f@0c ! ; green
cured. Tc : dry Hint , lifitt.'e ; drv salt , B&ClOc ;
Kreen c.ilt skinsc ; damaged i ides ,
two-thirds pi Ice. Tnllow-Ji.'ic. ' ( lr ase-
I'rimo whitu.c ; yellow , 2 c ; brown , uv.
blieet ) Pelts. 25a7ftc. (
tSPinrrs Coloirno spirits , ibb proof , 81. 10 ;
do 101 proof , Sl.l-s ; spirits , second quality ,
101 proof , bl.l : do Iss i > root. 81. I ) Ali-obol.
IbS proor , S2.10 per wlno eallon. Jtcdlstllled
whiskies , 81.00 1.50. liin , blondcd , r > oc4
8,00 : Konttickv uourbons , S2.oOcfi.OO , Ken
tucky and 1'onnsylvaiii.i ' ryes , 83.00M0.50 ;
Golden Sheaf bourbon and rvo whiskies ,
Sl/)0a3.oc. Hr.indies , imported , S5.00 S.50 ;
domestic , Sl.u3.00. : ( iiiis , imported , 84.50
Mfl.OO ; domestic , Sl.25ra3.00. ChampannM ,
Imported , per ease. 523.00(33,1.00 ( ; American ,
red case. S10.00uilrt.00.
HEAVY llAKDWAKR iron , rate S2.S1 ;
plow stielsncelai c.vst,41"accruclblo ; steel , 'i > < c ;
"
east tools. d"o. 12 1 ; wagon siiokes , pel s > et ,
82.00eti.5 ; ( ) ; hubs , pur set. 81.25 : lelloes.
sawed dry , Si. 50 ; tongues , each , bt'c ' : axels.
rach. 75c : sauiiio nuts , pur lb. GlS71e ( ; : coil
chain , pei tl . Oi-fniil'Jc ; malloablo. Nellie ; iron
wedges. Gc ; crowbars , Gc ; harrow teeth , 4' < c ,
spring steol. 7@c ! ) ; Buidon's horseshoes.
84.75 ; Burden's inulo bhoes. 8 > . 5. Bnrbcd
wire. In car lots. 84.00 per 100 Ibs. Nails ,
rates , , 10 to 60. 8UX ) ; steel nails. 82. 0.
Shot.Sl.-H ; buckshot , 81.0(1 ( ; Hn/.nd powder ,
kegs , 35.00 ; do. half kegs , 83.75 ; do. quarter
koits , 81.50 : blasting , kegs , 52.10 ; fuse , per 10
feet. G5c. Lead bar. 815
Grocer's IjUt.
PicKi.ni Medium. In bbls. 83.00 ; do , In
half bbls , 81.50 ; small. In bbls. 89.00 ; do , In
halt bbls. 85.00 ; gherkins , in bbls , 810.00 ; do ,
in half bbls , 85.50.
powdered , OJ < 7c.
L.OFFKK8 Oidlnary grades , 17'rQlSc ' fair
1W1 } < cpiline.l ; c Uc ; choice , 1 (91 ( Kc ;
fancy greuii and yollow. U ) ® lc ; old eov-
CANNEit > ( ) ois-Oystorsfitandardporcaso ,
Sil5/t3.2.-i ! ( ; strawberries. Sib. per case. S2..iO ;
raspberries. 3 lb , per case , 82. 5 2.15 ; Califor
nia pears , per cast ? , 84.50 ; apricots , per casi ,
84.00 ; peaches. PPI- case , S'j.OO ; white cher
ries , per case , 80.00 ; plums , per case , 83.5' ' ) ;
blueberries porcaso , 81.85 ; o ; r plums. 2 lb ,
per case. 82.50 ; pineapples , * ID , per case
S3.2u\i5.75 ; 1 lb insjkerel. per doz , 81.10 ;
1 it ) salmon , per doz , 31.50(31.5- ( ; ID , goose-
ben ies , per case , 81.75 ; 2 lb string Doans. p < > r
case,8t."i' ' ; 21b llmaboans , per caso. 81.00 ;
2 lb marrow fat peas , porc.iso. Si 0iW503 ( ; lb
early June peas , per caso. 3.S.75 : 3 lb toma
toes. S2. OfiW 0:2 : lb.com S2.40V 2/A
MATCHES Percaildie. 25c ; square cases ,
81.70 : mule square. 81.20.
SYRUP No. 70 , 4-gallon kegs , 81.3 > ( < p.n,0 ;
New Orleans pereallon 3 40c ; maple syrup ,
half bbls , "old timo. " per gallon , 70c ; 1 gal
lon cans , per doz , 810.00 ; hall gallon cans ,
per doz , 85.50 ; quart cans , So.Ou.
1'on.u ( o I'nu cnm.tx , . . 'j ; horse shoe ,
17 ; stBi5 : J. T,3i : spearhead , 37 ; merry
war , 'fi , lobln ritll , iO ; hnnpy thought , KG ;
Piiim-lloiiMck , 0) ) .
CANDT Mixed. sj < ® iic : stick. 8KO9 > c.
CBACKKHS Uarnoau's soda , butter and
picnic. 5 > < c ; creamsai < c ; ginger snaps. Hc ;
city soda. 7W.
brAitcir Mirror gloss. 1 ib. 6c ; mirror
gloss , 3 lb , 5Jfo : tnlrror gloss , Olb , 0c ;
( iravos corn.l lbe , ' < c ; Klngsford's corn , 1 ID ,
7c : Klugstord's gloig , 1 lb , 7o : Klngsford's
closs , Olb. 7 } < c : Klnesford'B pure lib. 5Kc ;
Kincsford's pure , 8 lb , 5c ; Kinpsfords
bulk , 4c.
SOAPS Kirk's savon Imperial. 82.70 ;
Kirtc-s satinet. 83.00 ; Kirk s standard , S3.05 ;
Kirk's white Ku > slan. 84.00 ; Kirk's white *
cap , 80.50 ; dorm83.85 ; washboard , 83.10 ;
White cloud. 83.75.
Dry Lmtuhor.
DIMENSIONS AMD TtMUEItS.
12ft U ft 16 ft IB ft aoftaitt
2x ! 17.50 17.&OI7.M ) ISfX ) in.io S-.M t )
2x8 17.50 17.M 17.10 18.SO
2x8 17.60 17.50 17.M ) 18.IW IU.5D Kl 50,22.60 ,
2x10 17.W 17.fiQl7.riO 18.50 111 M 22.60 22.51) )
2x12 17.5J l"M 17.51 18.M 19 60,22 , 50 22.60
4x4-8x8 IlKSO I8.50'l8 ' 50 IU 50 20 5J :3 ai'2,1.00 '
no Anns.
No. 1 , com , si s . S19.50
No. 2 , com , si s . 17.50
No. 4 , coin , s 1 1 , . 13.50
rr.Nnxo.
No.l,4&0ln , 12il:14 It , rou h . 819.00
No. 2 , . " " . 15.00
SIDING.
A , I1) ) . , 1 1 and 10 ft . S3iOO
B , ' . 20.50
C , " " " . 15.00
AND .
Istconi. , 5f in White Pine Cellini ; . S34.0U
Clear , ; Y In. Nprway Pine Colling . 10.00
FLOORING *
A . 6 inch , \\hlto pine . 833.00
C . 29.ro
K " " " ' ( SelFen'g ) . 19.CO
. . , _ . ST ° CK BOAItDS.
A12lnchs. Is . S45.0Q
No. . 1 , com. 12 in 8. 1 s. , 12. & 14 . 20.00
' " " 10 ft . l .0fl
No. 2 " ' " i ! Ar H ft . 1H.OU
' " " " " 10 tt . 17.0U
.
Island 2rt. clear , Ik Inch , s. 3 s . ? WV)0 )
Sd , clear. 1 incli. s. 3 s 313 114 , IK. " In 45.0J
B seli-er , 1 inch , s. 2 s 30 ; 1 # , ljj.2 In 37.CO
I'OSTS.
White Cedar , 0 in. . W 12c ; 9 ln.nrs..llo
I.IMK , inc.
Qulncy whltollmo ( bes ) . 51.00
Akron coinuat . . . 1.0.1
Hair . au
SIIII' LAI * .
No. 1 , plain , Sand 10 in . 819.00
No. 1 , plain , and 10 in . 17.00
IIATTKJfV riOKKTS.
O. O. Halts , 2V < in. . 70c ; Kx , s. 1 a . 4uQ
Pickets , L ) and Hllat. . . . . . 821.00
George Maxwell and Henry Niles had
n duspurato li lit in Lcndvillo , Coo.over !
n cainblinc debt. Thuy fen lit until nn-
nblo to longer stand on their feut , then
wont to the lloor in a ( load-lock. They
then brgan to bite each other , taking
mouUifnls of Hush from the face , nipping
oil' linnors and noses , until the crowd ,
thoroughly sickened , tore thorn npnrt and
carried thom to their fodgings. Nilua
will probably die'
The Indians on the Hfjiiaxin rcscava-
lion , in Washington territory , hold n
monthly term of court for the purpose of
adjudicating mutters botwp.cn the Indians
tlioro , The court is composed of three
judges nnd a clerk , nnU it tins arrived nt
such u point of dispute in several cascw
that Superintendent KelU of the Puyal-
lup agonoy was sent for. A few uuvd
Bfio Mr. Eolls left Tncoma for tbo rcscp
vution , where he will act as the supreme
court and decide nil matters ia Uicputu
in thu court below.
ADDITIONAL OOUNOHi BLUiTS.
A Ootilon Link.
Tlicro is nn man in tliu city who baa
such an onglo eye ottl for titles ot land as
William Sleduntopf. Ho has mailo many
n tlollur by linntliig through niinty rec-
mid ami liiulini * titles to land , by which
IIP lias been enabled to uloar up vulnnblo
property unit make excellent invost-
munis. It is snlil that recently ho has , In
Ills search for ( orgotton facts , run across
a missing link , which promUes to be an
important ono. The alleged di < coverv
will oitlior amount to a good deal or
to nothing at all. There can bo no half
way prollt in the vontnrn. The discov
ery is said to bo in brief , that whim On-
tnil subdivision was platted tlioro wore
eight owners , anil that suvrn of these
joined In the plat , but that for sonic roaM -
M > n London Million did not do M > . It is
said thai Mr , Siedenlopf has paid Million
$1,000 for a quit claim , ami that ho ex
pects to roaluo many times this amount
from his claim of an eighth interest in the
110 aeros of land in that subdivision.
Such is the report which is being tlis-
cusbod by llio real otuto men.
Sermons mill SrrvloeH.
The following are services announced
by the several churches of the city :
COMHICd.VTIONAU.
Services tills morninir. Preaching bv
the pastor ; subject. 'Tho Comforter. '
Tlioro will bo no evening service. In the
afternoon nt ! t o'clock Mr. Crofts will
preach at Harmony Mission. You are
cordially invited.
.SAINT I'Atri.'s riiL'itcn.
Divine services to-day as follows : Holy
communion , 10 a. in. ; morning prayer
and sermon , 10:15 a. m ; evening prayer
and sermon , 8 p. in , Stibjccl of evening
sermon : 'The Seventh Day As a Day of
Kost , " and "Tho Second Coming of
Chnsl. " All are wolcomo.
rntsr HAiTr&r.
Tlio pastor will preach at 10 ! ! 0 a. m.
on "Doos the Christian Commit SinV"
In the evening at 8 o'clock , "Mosos and
Aaron. " Seats free.
SAINTS' oiiuurit.
Hi'v. J F. McDowell will ofiiolato to
day at Saints' church at the usual hours
morning and evening. Everybody wel
come.
Y. > r. o. A.
The young men's mooting of the Y. M.
C. A. will bo held as usual this afternoon
at 1 o'clock. Topic , "Tho Miracle of the
Loaves und Fishes. All young men are
cordially invilod to bo present. Special
uttonlion will bo shown to strangers.
ITAUMONY MISSION.
Ilnv. G. W. Crofts , pastor of llio Con
gregational church , has kindly consented
to conduct the services at Harmony Mis
sion chapel to-day at 3 o'clock , p. m.
Kvcryono invited. Strangers always
welcome. Prayer mooting Thursday
ovonins at 8 o'clock. Topic , sixth chan
ter of Kphc.sians , conducted by Mr. 11. Ii.
Smith of the M. E. church.
HKOADWAY METHODIST.
Tonic this morning , "An Aggressive
Christianity. " In the evening revival
services will bo hold. The evening ser
vice will begin at 8 o'clock , nnd will .bo
hold at that hour during the summer.
The voting people's meeting will convcuo
at 7:15 : p. m.
I'Nirr.D rncsuYTF.niAV.
Uov. l. L. Picrson will preach at tlio
United Brethren church , on Tenth avenue -
nuo , nt 8 o'clock this evening.
Ordinance No. 133O.
AN Ordinance LTCiitlnir I'uUiiff District No.
\l ? . In the city of Omitbu , and clottnlng the
lmurulnriL"3 thereat.
Ho It 01 ilninod by the city council of the city of
Omulm.
Section ! . Paving District No. 112 Is hereby
created In the city of Omaha.
Soctlon - ' . 1'uvlnir District No. 112 Bhall com-
nrl'o niul include so much of 20th street italic * )
between Center street nnd South etroot nnd nil
lots nnd roul ostutoon cacti clilu of said pait
of 20th st root buck a illstunco of l.E ! foct.
Section II. Tills nidlnitnou slnill tnko affect
nnd bu In force from nnd aftur ItspaaaujfC.
Pnsindnril l.'th , 1887.
WM. K. ItKciiKi. , 1'rosldont City Council.
.1. II. SODTIIAIID , City Clotk.
Approved April 10th , 1887.
JAMES E. Ilovn. Mayor.
Ordinance Ho. 1336.
AN Ordinance narrow ins Wuhgtor street
fiom KHil Rtreot HO-it to thii soctlon
line between sootlons 15 mid IU , In tbo city of
Omulm , mid inovidiiitf for the milo ot the
ground vacated to the adjoining property
ounors :
Ilo It ordained by the city council of the City of
Din all a :
Section 1. That that part of Wobstcr street.
In the city of Omulm , from -3rd Btioet wo
to the suction line between suctions 15 uud 10 ,
subject to the disposal of the ground vacated
us herein provided , bo and .ho naiuo Is hereby
narrowed nnd reduced fiom Its present width
of 100 Icet to a widtli of 70 loot , viz : 36 toot on
each aide of the center line of said street , go as
loavoti htrlpot land 16 foot m width ou oacn
side of said street.
Section . Tluit thonpprnlsnmont committee
be und hcieby Is Instructed to appraise the strip
of wound 15 tccot In width opposite each lot
iiliutt ing thereon nnd report Its action In that
bohnll' .
Section 3. Thnt upon said report being fllod ,
the city tlcrk publish a notice tn the otnclal
paper of tlio city invitliiB bids for tbo purchn o
ofsuld strip of IS foot Iu width opposite each
lot abutting thereon.
Section 4. Tlmt this ordinance shall tnko effect
n nil lie In foico Iroin nnd uftci- Its pussaKO.
I'lissi-il April lUth , 1887.
WM. P. UKCIIKI. , 1'rcsldont City Council.
J. I ) . SollTIIAltD , CitV ClCl'lC.
Approved Apiil 10th 1887.
JAMKS II. UOYD , Mayor.
Ordinance No. 1319.
AN Ordinance ordering that part of 10th
street Iu Paving District No. HI , iu the city
of Omaha , paved with cedar blocks , und ell-
toetlntf the boaid of public works to make u
contract for the name.
Wheroni , a majority of the owners both of
the iiiea und fuel Iront ot the loH and real
estate in said Paving Dlstiict No. Ml liavo duly
notllled and petitioned the major and council
to pave that part of loth street in said paving
district with the material as horolnaltnr npocl-
llcili and , whercns , in aildltioii to such donlp-
nitlonof nmturlal by Bald onnors , the mavor
and city council of said city do hriohy deter-
inino upon the mnterlal so speclQcd as tlio ma
terial to be used for Biicli pa\iuv : tlieroforo ,
lie it ordained by the city council of the cltj of
Omaha :
Section 1. That that pint of 16th street lylntf
nnd belli ? in Vuvmi ? Dlitrlct No. Wi be unit thu
Fame la hereby orpei ed paved wltli cedar blocks
on n concrete fiiunilation , nnd Iu accordance
with specifications prepared by the board of
iiitbllo woikii and thoeity entrlnoer , and on llio
hi theolllce of said board of public works.
Section' ! . That the board of public works Is
hereby ordered to cuuso stid | wojk to bo done ,
and tt ) enter Into contiact for tlio same with
thclOHcit ro-ponnlblo liUlilor under the npocl-
Jlcatlons prepaiod by taid board and city i n-
Rlneero.'snia city , anil now on tlio In the oMico
or ald board , and In accoidance with bids for
Having opened by said bonra of public vroiks
March 1st. | hS7.
Hoetlon 3. Ttiat this ordinance shall take otfeot
and bo in force from and utter its pit
1'ai od April 1 'tli , 1887.
WM P. IlKCHKr. . I'roildcnt Cltj Council.
J II. Bourn Ann , City Clerk.
Approved April ICth , 1887.
JAMICA 12. llovu Mayor.
Ordinance Ho. 132S.
AN Ordinance ordering the niailinir of the
alley In block S.M , orlKlnnl plat , und directing
tlio boaid of public uorks to take the Hoc
essary stops to cause said wofk to be done.
Ilelt nrdnlnea bv the City Council of the city
of Oiniihn :
boa ion 1. Mirt it Is neccfimry und It U lieicliy
delcuicd necoi-nry that tbo nlloy In block'JJ ,
original plat of Omaha , be tfiudod , nndthosamo
Is heiehj-orderi.nl done.
S-octlonJJ. 'lliattlin boarduf ptlbllo woikslg
licrch-directed to take llio necessary stops to
ciuuo ld work to bo done.
Section : ! . That this ordinance shall take effect
and bo In force from nnd ufter its pasbaKt- .
cd April lithlB87.
\\n , K. IIKUIIEI. , I'roslilontCity Council
J. U. BoUTiiAiiD , City Clerk.
Approved April 10th , 1M7.
JAMKS E. llnvn , Mayor.
Notice-
MATTnil of application of I juls Hlbbclor
lor Ilijuur llcenne.
Notice u hereby given that Ionls Illbbolor
did upon the 4lh day of liar , A , 1) , Jiv7 ,
tlio hiii application to the nmjor und city
council of OmAha , for liccuio to sell malt , spirit-
tiou-i nnd vlnnui ) | iunrd ut l.oaveiiMOrtli uml
Wood Btit'et , Ninth wurd , Oiiiahu , Neb. , from
the IHh day of April , IbBT.to the Itlth day of
April. 1433.
If there bo tin objection , romonstranoo or
protest tiled within two wcoKs from May 4tli ,
A. D. 183 ; , the eiiM license will bo Krantod.
Ix > uiH lltmiELEit , Applicant.
J. U. SuUTUAitu , City Clerk. w7-ll
Hayden BresT
T
In New
Kennard
Building
Spooi.'il Sale of Ladies' and f
Gents' Furnishing Goods.
Wuwill pliu-coii Niilu lo-iluy :
lOOdochildipiis' hose , in hlitck and
colored , ribbed nnd plain , niiuiy of
tliegn lining worth r.Oi-ii . pair ; thoyuro
broken lots , ami will not lust long as
wo liavo dcclircd to close them out at
15c per iiiilr.
50 doIndies' unbleached hose , regular
made and double heels and toou , at
lee per pair ; worth i5c !
Childrons corduroy ribbed hose , black
only , 21c ; worth Itfc.
Just received , 100 doof Indies' fancy
cotton hose , iu new patterns ; to bo
closed at 'J52 per pair ,
Sohopjiery Lisle thread lioso , lie pair.
50 doz. gloves , in pure silk , iu black
only. 4 < 7e ; worth 7fic.
100 doz. unlaundricd shirts , reinforced
batik , linen bosom , only 4ic. !
Gents' balhriggan shirts and drawers ,
35c ; worth f > 0c.
100 doz. gouts' linen colors , -I ply , He
each.
Best quality of linen collars , only 12jc
each.
Satin lined neck weur , 19c.
Gents' fancy shirts , in eulico , percale-
and pouimiysI7c , 7.r > c , $1 , $1.25.
Rents' lisle tread 1-2 hose , 'J5o per pair
Gents' British 1-2 hose , 1'Jc per pair
HAYDEN BROS.
16th Street , Near Douglas ,
OMAHA NEB.
T11K PERFECT
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Quickest Selling Article Kvcr Invented.
PRICE OF DASHER ,
NcoJs no talking , b nt really li tlio Prettiest Showing
Arllclo on tbo Market.
OMAHA , Neb. , April 28 , 1837. This is
to certify thai we , the undersigned , have
this .day witnessed a churning by ' "The
Perfect Self Revolving Churn Dashers , "
which resulted in producing IK pounds of
first class butter from one gallon of cream
in jnst one minute and fifteen seconds.
W. I * Wrlisht , proprietor "Omaha Riilryi" O. W.
Wlicelor , raiimiuiT "omiilin llnlry ; " 1'uul II. Tnto.
Merchant'iVitlonul Hunk : A. I ) Tmiinlln.Nobrutliii
National Hank ; I'rof. ( iuoriii ) It. liutlibiirn , proprietor
"Onialui lliKlnesn Cnlli'KJ ! " 1'rof. I * J. Hlnlro. touch
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tfn'n. Uhl.nee" Will J. nnbbi , R. H. Ant
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llr .1. W. Hcan.li. Dr. .1. W. llysiirt.
Ir. ) C. M. U. Illart. llr llnmllton Wnrron.-
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John Hudtl , Joirclur. CbrUOrlT , ( urnltur * .
State and County Jlli/ltls for Sale ,
1'fojlttt Will Surprise 1'on.
AGENTS WANTED.
Call or write to us at once. Qn ck sales
and large profitt. Very truly ,
J. W. & A. POPIIAM , Prop's.
Itoom 1 Crounlo lllock. N.Hilh nt. , Omaha , Neb.
INSTALMENT DEALERS
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OF INSTALMENT GOODS Mild oulyto
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Ordinance JTo. 1333. -
AN Ordinance cnuitlntf 1'uvlntf Districts Koa.
11U unil 111 In the city of Omaha , and doUa-
Ing tliu lioiindiirles tliuroof. , ,
Ilo Itonliilnod by the city council of the city of
Onmlm :
Section I. FuvJnt ? Districts Nos. 110 and 111
uro hereby oroatixl In tliu city of Umtiha.
Section- , raving District No. Ill ) sliull comprise -
priso and include ao much of 17th ptrcut as Ho *
botwrun OavonpoitHtrei't and Cuming street ,
ojtcept Chicago ntivot lntorrii-itlon : , und nil lota
mid real oHtuu abutting upon said p.irH o | IHh
ttriot buck a dlbtancu ot iu : foot from each
eldnof Raid slroi't
8 < otlonl ! 1'avlnjr District No. Ill shall com.
pri o and Include ot inuuh of 1'Jtli btri-ut ua Hurt
botwoun DavunDort Btieet and CiiinliiK Btitot ,
except Chlc'iRO street Intersection , nnd ( ill lots
and roul estate Mbiittlntr upon jiild ports of luili
Etri et back n distance of UD feet trom each tldo
ol nald street
Soctlon 4 This ordinance Mmll take oDoct
nnd bu In force from and alter Us passage.
J'ussud April lith , lH7. .
WM. 1' . IttciiKi , , President City Council.
J. n. Kouriaiui , City Clerk ,
' April 16th , IBS' .
JAMBS E. HOYD , Mayor.
Grade Ordluanoa Ho. 70.
AN Ordlnanco oolnblisliliiK" tlio grade nf
12th street fiom Vlnton street to lluncroH
Btreet , Iu thu city of Onmlm.
Ilu It Ordained by thu city council of the city of
Onmlm.
Bottlon 1. Tlio grade of I''lli street from Vln
ton hi root to Jluncrofl tlri-ot , In the city of
Omiiha , la heivby citabllNiK'd at the tolloirlnir
oluvatlons , the Krudu beliifr nniform Gtrnltfbt
lines biitncun thu pomta unocllled :
Kluvation Hlnvatlon
of llourb , ol W. curb
South oinb of VjutonRt. . . . : 'C.I.6SU1,6
Noitli curb of llancroft et..rj5.0 luj.0
bcctlon " . This ordlnanro anull take oltect
nnd bo In force from and after Iu pas.sugo.
1'assed A pi II U'tli , H4S7.
WM. F. HBCIIEL , President City Council.
J. K. HoiJTiiAiiD , City ( ilurk.
Approved April UUrcl , 1M7.
\YM. I' . UKCiitiActln3 , Myor.