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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : SUNDAY , APRIL 8. 1888-SIXTEEN PAGES.
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THE SPECULATIVE HARRE1S ,
BvlUonco of Injury to Oropo Helps
Out the Bulls.
ONLY LOCAL TRADING IN CORN.
Trices Mttlo KfTeclcrt Ily Iar c He-
cclpts An Uneventful lny In OMn
A HtroiiRCr FcclliiR Kxlilbltcd
In Provisions.
CHICAGO PHODUCK MAIIKKT.
CIIICAOO , April 7. [ Social Telegram
to the HKB.I At the opening this morning
there were buyers enough to advance the
prices of wheat Jfc , then catno in the short
sellers who put them down again , but there
was still wheat wanted and prices again
gradually advanced , this time going higher
than before. At about 7fl > c for May wheat
the brokers of the big bears appeared in the
pit and seemed to have unlimited quantities
for sale. They stopped the advance at just
that point for some time , but there was too
mil eh wan tea nnd they weio compelled to
submit to a llttlo fuithor advance nnd the
close was at the highest point of the day. As
far an news was concerned the most bullish
part of it was the crop reports. The most
significant feature is the change of opinion
within the past three weeks , the warm
weather of that time having made certain
the destruction which was only guessed at
before. May wheat opened at 75Xc and
gradually worked up to ( % , then declined
to 75X7ic ( , advanced to 707GJ e nnd
closed there. June wheat opened at 70-Sic ,
sold nt "O e and up to 77 | c , which was the
closing price. Bradstrects estimates that
theVo arc 70,000,000 bushels of wheat in sight
in the country out of the farmers' hands , and
that there are 20,000,000 bushels available for
ex | > ort up to July 1.
Speculative trading In corn to-day was al
most entirely local nnd of a scalping charac
ter. Ihero was no significance to it. Re
ceipts were larger than expected and the es
timate1 ; for Monday uro a little larger. This
might have been exacted to weaken the
market , hut no attempt at a raid was made ,
and the strength shown in wheat and pro
visions helped tp sustain this market. MH.V
corn opened nt G2fc , sold early at 52'C' ' ( < >
52J/C , then advanced to 52'fW52 ' < c , fell to
52J.JC , advanced to 52c , and closed at.V.i < ( $
52Jfc. Juno corn opened nt 5IJ o , sohl at
51rt@51)ic ) up to 52'bC , and closed nt 52rt (
! i2' < c.
The volume ol speculative trading in oats
was not largo and fluctuations were narrow ,
with n slightly stronger market in sympathy
with the strength in other grains. May oats
opened atitojfje , and sold up to mid closed nt
3lXc. There were but two prices for June
oats , 30Jj ( < iKJ ; ) c on the split , and 30 c , the
last price'being bid at the close. For July
oatH.'tO' o was hid at the opening , and they
sold up to HO.i e , and that price was asked at
the close. August oats hold at 29 0.
In provisions a stronger feeling was ex
lilbltod. The bear raiders , though close
watchers of trade , were less aggressive , mid
as the smaller sellers of yesterday on the de
cline covered freely their outstanding
contracts , a better tone pervaded
the market. In the speculative tradings wit
nessed short ribs rather commanded the
gieatcst attention , though a fair interest wat
shown in pork throughout. Lard was less
active than cither of the lines Just mentioned ,
yet steady and unchanged. Inpork closings
were ISJtfe , and in short ribs' 2'ij'c , higher
than Friday's llnal quotations. May , Juno
and July were again favorite deliveries.
Juno pork was hold down to the ruling prices
for May. and was at times oven n shade
easier , closing at $13.42 . For May , pork
Hold nt $13.25i ( ? I3.47JJ , mid at the adjourn
ment stood at fll-l'J ! > i hid. Lard for the
sumo month was steady at $7.50 , and short
ribs sold at * 0.00(20.li7Xi ( closing at $0.05 bid.
CHICAGO MVK STOCK.
CIIICAOO , April 7. [ Special Telegram to
the Bi'.i.l : CATn.i : Trade was about the
same as any other Shturday. There was an
order or two for such steers as arc selling
within a range of f4.3Ti@4.90and thereabouts ,
such making fully as good prices as yester
day , but stock grading below this range was
slow and pcrhups a shade lower , as dressed
beef dealers were not inclined to operate ex
tensively , taking only such Tots as they con
sidered bargains. Butchers' stock , with the
exception of line , fat cows and heifers , ruled
rather weak. There were a large number of
course mid common bulls that were selling at
low figures. Stockcrs and feeders , JU.45f ( ?
n.50 ; shipping steers , $4.50(35.50 ( ; Tcxnns ,
$2.00(33.23 ( ; cows , $2.2503.35.
lioos.
Business was brisk , light receipts going
over tlio scales at an early hour , with about
all sold at the closo. Some salesmen quoted
best heavy about 5e higher. Yet the ordi
nary run of mixed and assorted light under
went little or no change. A few lots of prime
heavy made 1.87 ( 5.40. and ono lot sold at
fc5.42.5tf. Bulk lind ordinary mixed sold at
$5.20i55.)0 ( ! ) , and common at5.10u5.1.ri. ( Light
sorts assorted , averaging 170 Ibs mid upward
made $5.2005.25 ; averages of UU IGO Ibs ,
FINANCIAL.
Nr.\v YORK , April " . [ Special Telegram
to the lij ) ; : , ] STOCKS The course of
stocks in New YorK to-day rather surprised
the bulls who appeared confident of u decid
edly better market. They pointed to the ab
sence of disturbing features , such as strikes
in the west , also to easy money and probabil
ities of n better bank statement , and an In
crease of at least $2,000,000 in the reserve
owing to the regular April disbursements.
Tlio statement , however , failed to reali/e
their expectations , and showed n decrease of
M24.700 , nlsoofl,747,2t'0in ' deposits. This
was n set back , and , coupled with lower
prices in London and free selling orders
from that quarter caused a weak feeling that
induced many bulls having profits In sight to
realize , and resulted in a general decline of
} i < ' @ } & points , closing sales being at almost
inside figures except of Pullman , which
showed an advance of IJJf points with very
few transactions. The market on the whole
was fairly active with sales of 149.1'uO i.harcs.
GOVUKSMKNTS Governments were dull
and steady.
YIISTRIIDAV'S QUOTATIONS.
U. S.4srentbtered. 124 C.4N. W I07U
II. B. 4s coupon , . . 124 do preferred. . . .tills
U.S. 4Hlt ! > iixtr < ul.lHi ( ) N.Y.Onlral ! (
11.8 4Hn coupon , O. H. N W
I'nclflcbsof 'w > . . . . 1' . T IMi
Camilla Southern . MI ? I'acllic Mall 3Ui
Central Pacific . . J.M ) , O , D..V K.
Chicago & Alton . IXi Pullman Pi
0. , 11.4:0 : J-D ? Heading. . W'l
I ) . , ! . . & ' I'M Hock Island . . IJWI ?
! > . .V It , U St. L. .VS. V
Krlo do preferred . . T.7H
do piefeired C..M. tc St. Piilll '
Illinois Ci'iltrul. do preferred. . 'lliMi
1. , II. ieVf . . . . St. P. & O.
K.T - . . do preferred. . .
I.ukoSlioru KiJi Texas 1'aclllc. . .
J..V N M < i Union I'arltlc. . .
Mlclilmui Central THIS W. . 8t , I , . M' . . .
MlhMinrll'iidlle 75' ' ji iln preferred
MUsourll'iidtlc n pv.u.--
do preferred
MOXEV ox CAi.i. Kasy at 1 (32 ( per cent ;
closed offered 2 per cent.
PniMc MciiCANTiLR PApisu 5@7 per
cent.
STKIU.INO KXCIIASOK Pull but steady at
$4.85 for (10 ( day bills ; $4.bll&4 for demand.
3 MAUKKT.S.
, April 7 Following are the
0i : ( ) closing prices :
Flour Steady ; winter wheat , bbls , * 2.5
(3H.2. ( % ; sacks , fJ.50ciU.C ( > ( l ; spring wheat , bhl .
W..IK I.a.'i : sucku , Cl.7.Vi3.ri ; rye Hour.f..VU
33.15 per bbl , f.7U < < j2.W > in sacks.
Wheat Firmer and recovered some fioni
the declii.c of yesterday ; opened a shade
stronger tlt.m yesterday's close and closed
&C hichcr ; cash , V3 5-Kkj ; May , 7iUMi5e ;
Juno , 77 } c.
Corn Quiet and inactive , fluctuations be <
ing within a limited range ; opened Sc bettet
and closed ko higher than yesterday ; cash ,
; May , la 11-lOc ; June , & 2,1c.
Oata Steady , with hardly any change
from yesterday ; May , 31 l-lOo.
Hye Unchanged at.Wfc.
Barley Unchanged at 77(3SOOi (
Ptlmc.Tlmothy (2.02.
Flax-seed (1.46.
Whlsky-tl.15.
Pork Moderately active but unsettled nnd
irregular ; cash , $13.35rt 13.40 ; May ,
Lard Moderately active , without material
change : cash , $7.f > ( ) ; May , $7.50ii7.52l ( .
Dry Salted Meats Shoulders. (5.75 ( 0.00 ;
short clear , (7.40@7.45 ; short ribs. $0.02J $ .
Butter Steady ; creamery , S3@23c ; dairy ,
liccso Quiet ; full cream chcddarx , 11 (3 ( >
1J < c ; flats , ll&l\fai } young Americas ,
'
Eggs Higher ; fresh , 10) ) @I7c
Hides Unchanged ; green hides . .
.envy green salted , 6 05 light green salted ,
* : ; salted bull , 4Ji'e ; green bull , 3 > < c ; green
altcd ealf.Sc ; dry fllntand dry calf , 12(313c ( ;
ry salted , lOc ; deacons , 80c each.
Tallow Unchanged ; No. 1 , solid,44'c } ; No.
, do 3J ; cake , 4Koperlb.
Receipts. Shipments.
"lour , bbls 22,000 _ lfi.000
Vheatbu 15,000 11,000
Jorn.bU 81,000 rei.OOO
Oats , bu 1)1,000 ) 51,000
lye. bit 1,003 2.000
Barley , till x 21,000 33,000
New Vork , April 7. Wheat Receipts ,
.IKK ) ; exports , 181iKX ) ; cash lots advanced '
i'ai" options varied but little , closing atcauy
t 'fWe advance ; ungraded red , 8'.iiM)2Je ) ;
Vo. 2 red , bO'g ( yOo in store and elevator ,
Wi@KKc ! ) fo. . b. , OlJ < (301Xc ( delivered ;
day closing at 80j ! c.
Corn Receipts , 4,200 ; exports , Ol.COO ;
pilous ruled very dull and closing figures
re ICGiVc higher ; cash , quiet but firm ; un-
railed , 03X ( < i04J c ; No. 3 , filJ QOlJic ; No.
, ( Klc in elevator ; May closing nt 01 YC
Oats Receipts , 42,000 ; exports , 01,000 ;
market n trifle better but lading was light ;
nixed western , 30(340c ( ; white western , 41
Coffee Spot , fair ; Rio , dull at (14.50 ; op-
Ions 30i45 ( points higher nnd fairly active.
Sales , 00,500 bogs , April , Sll.OOoMl.lO ; May ,
10.00(311.25 ; June , $10.70@11.00 ; July , $10.35
iTlO.05 ; Auggust , $10.10 ( 10.45 ; September ,
Petroleum Quiet , united closing steady nt
KKK& Firm with the demand fair ; west
ern , \b@Mlu.
Pork Moderate demand ; mess was quoted
it $14.20 for old.
Lard Dull ; western steam , spot was
luoted at $7.00@7.02K-
Butter ( Juiet and easy ; western , 14 ®
Ic.
Cheese Firm nnd quiet western,11-i@I2e. !
St. IjoulN. April 7. Wheat Higher ;
cash , S0'ie ' ; May , fc05 < c.
Corn Higher ; cash , ' 174 ; ! < < ? 4Sc ; May , 47'5 < c.
Oats Higher ; caslvSO O c ; May , 20c.
Lard $7.15.
Whisky $1.00.
Butter Finn ; creamery , 24@30c ; dairy ,
Minneapolis , April 7. Wheat Re
ceipts , 100 curs ; shipments , 50 cars ; fair in
quiry with market llrm. Closing : In store
No. 1 hard , April , 74 0 ; May , 75'jic ; July ,
" ( J c. No. 1 northern , April , 72J/e ; May ,
'It'jjc ; July , 7t'Mo : ' ; No. 2 northern , April ,
'I'-ii'c ; May , 71 > c ; July , 72 ; c. On track
Vo. 1 hard , 70c ; No 1 northern,74Ja@7."e ; No.
J northern , < 2wrc. !
Flour Unchanged ; firm ; patents , sacks
o local dealers , ? 4.40@4.15 ; patents to ship
n sacks , car lots , $4.10 ( < J1.25j In barrels ,
M 25 ( 3.4.35.
Cincliinuti , April 7. Wheat Finn ;
No. 2 red , bli c.
Corn-Quiet ; No , 2 mixed. 52c.
Oats Firmer ; No. 2 mixed , 3lc.
Rye Steady ; No. 2 , (17c. (
Provisions Pork , quiet , at$13.S7)a ) ; lard ,
nominal ; current make , $7.30.
Whisky Active and firm at $1.00.
Milwaukee , April 7. Wheat Strong ;
cash , 73 > 4'c ; May , < 5u ; Juno , ! > } { c.
Flour Unchanged1
Corn Quiet ; No. 3 , 47) c.
Outs Dull ; No. 2 white , 33 > c.
Rye Weak ; No. 1 , 50 , ' c.
tsarloy Firm ; No. 2 , 70c.
Provisions Steady ; pork , April. $13.25.
KniiHiiH City , April 7. Wheat Steady ;
No. 2 soft , cash , 77o bid : May , 7Sc bid , 70e
asked ; June , 75c bid.
Corn Steady ; No. 2 , cash , 44)ifc ) ; May.
% ebid ; June , 43c.
Oats No. 2 , cash , 2'c ) bid , May , 20fc bid.
Liverpool , April 7. Wlieat Steady , de
mand improving ; holders offer moderately ;
California No. 1 , ( is 7dfis Sd per cental ; red
western , spring , Cs fidQOs 7d ; red western ,
winter , ( is Sd per cental.
Corn Steady , demand fair ; new mixeO
western , 4s OJ d per cental.
New Orleans , April 7. Corn Light de
mand but holders llrm ; mixed , 5flV ( j'.lK
yellow , ( Wlle ( ; white , GlRi2c. ( (
Oats Unsettled ; No. 2 , : W@39c.
Corn Meal Quiet at $2.70.
Hog Products Easier but not quotable ;
pork , $14.00@11.12K ; laru , relincd tierce ,
-T.OO.
Bulk Meats Shoulders , $0.10 ; long clear
and clear rib $7.50.
WVK STOCK.
April 7. The Drovers' Journal
reports as follows :
Cattle Receipts. 2,000 ; market quiet but
steady ; stockers and feedeis , } 2.4. > 0 < ' 3.'iO ;
shipping steers $4.Mif5.20 ) ( ; Texans , J2.0U65
3.2.1 ; cows , f2.25@3.5. ! !
Hogs Ucccijits , 7,000 ; market active and
llrm , and prices about Tie higher ; light , $5. 10
( a. " ) , : ! ! ) ; rough packing , { Ti.lOfa.VJO ; mixed ,
? .r > .l.riWri. ! ) ; heavy packing nnd shipping ,
{ 5.20(45.45. (
Sheep Receipts , 2,000 ; market moderately
active and prices steady ; western , 1 3. 75C'3
6.75 ; natives , W.OOgO.OO ; lambs , (5.25(30.35. (
National Ktoek VardH , Knm St.
ouiH , April 7. Cattle Receipts , 200 ;
shipments , 700market ; steady and unchanged ;
choice heavy native steers , SI.4U@4.fiO ; fair
to good native steers , $4.00 ( < C4. 50 ; butchers'
steers , medium to choice , f 3.200j4. 25 ; stockers -
ers anil feeders , fair to good $2.20 ( 3.20 ;
rangers , ordinary to good , S2.SO I..IO ,
Hogs Receipts , 000 ; shipments , 2,100 :
market a bhado higher ; choice heavy and
butchers' .selections , f.ri.iO@5.4 : ( ) ; packing ,
nfcdhun. 15.30 ; light grades , ordinary to best ,
? 4.liO ( f5.50.
Kniiuna City. April 7. - Cattle-
Receipts , 1,01X1 ; shipments , 540 ; slow and
weak ; good to choice corn-fed , (4.05@4.l)0 ) ;
common to medium , f..25(34r ) ( > 0 ; stockers ,
f2.00@2.l)0 ) ; feeders , J3.00@3.tiO ; cows , f2.00@
3,50.Hogs
Hogs Receipts , 4,000 ; shipments , (100 ( ;
best Hteady ; common and light weak und 5o
lower ; common to choice , J4.70 ( < Jj.lD ; skips
and pigs , f3.00@.00.
O.M.MIA MVK STOUIl.
Cattle.
Uxios STOCK YAIUIS , Op. m. )
Friday. April 7 , 1WW. (
Tlio week closed with liberal receipts of
cattle. The quality of the offerings on the
market was good and there were some of the
best corn fed cattle that huvo been scon here
in a long while , cattle that would average
close to 1700 Ibs. The market was rather
slow at steady pi ices and the number of
cattle sold during thu earlier part of the day
wus small , but late in the afternoon the ,
trade wan morn uctlvo and quite a good
many changed hands.
The receipts of hogs were fair for the close
of the week , although there was only about
half of yesterday's number hero. The mar
ket did not open very bridle , as the buyers
and sellers wore rather slow In getting to
gether , but when trading was fairly under
way the market was quite active at prices n
Hlindo to no higher. The quality of the hogs
was not as good as yesterday mid there were
no loppy loads of heavy hogs hi'ro. A few
loads of fair to gooii mixed hogs sold at fl.'S. '
Kvrrythlng in wus sold in giiod bcason and
the later trains were bought up on arrival.
Bticup.
Thcio were a few good good western sheep
here which brought a good price.
lU'celpts.
Cattle . iROO
"oss . 2.MX )
Sheep . . . 600
Prevailing Prlue < ) ,
The following is a table of prices pa\d \ In
this market for the grades of stock men
tioned.
Primosteers , ISOOtO 1500 Ibs. .J4.23 @l,50
Prime steers , 1100 to IBOO Ib * . H.IK ) 04.2r >
Fat little steers , . 000 to 1050 Ibs. ! L50 < < 3.70
Common to choice cows . S.W > W3.50
Common to choice bulls. . , , . . , , 2.00 ( iil.OO
Light and medium hog * . , , . , . . . 4.7U M4.SO
Fuir to chuico heavy hop * . 5.00 iR5.03
* air to choice mixed hoff * . 4bJ ( " 4.03
HcptrcHcntfttiTO Baloi.
COKX FEI > ( TP.F.RS
No. Av. Pr. No. Av. Pr.
3. . . . .11SO . 21. ' . . . . . 10W tt.00
3. . , . . 733 3.2" 10 . lltfl 4.00
n. . , . .1053 3.00 77 . 1200 4.00
n. . 3.05 17 1277 4.00
20. . .1019 n.ffi 3 1357 4.10
i. . . 910 8.75 : 3w 1287 4.10
10. . .10S8 3.75 w lir,7 4.15
19. . .HOT H.75 13 12S < 5 4.25
40. . .1052 3.75 r.o 12M ) 4.30
r.oi
15. . .11tV ! 3.SO i 1300 4.30
.1073 3.80 1415 4.0
41 1055 3.85
COHS FED Wr.STr.KX9.
02. 1300 4.25 130 1CS9 4.75
cows.
1. 730 2.M ) 1. . . . .1330 . 3.00
1. 000 3.00 3. . . . 1100 8.05
1. KM 3.00 8.- . . , 025 3.25
8.3.
1. 1320 3,00 3. . . . 000 3.30
HULLS.
2. 1210 2.50 2 1525 2.75
1. ,1700 , 2.05
Ml.\cn.
10 u n.is 41 1067 3.80
070 3.25
ItOU' .
No. Av. Shk. Pr. No. Av. Shk , Pr.
78. , . . ! > 04 320 $1.75 frfl. . .287 120 $4,00
CM. , . . .233 80 4.bO CO. . .244 100 4.1K )
o74. . . .212 200 4.SO 70. . , .245 240 4.H ! )
82. . . .217 120 4.bO 03. . , .207 4.90
57. . . .258 280 4.S2K 50. . . .309 120 4.90
077. , . . .213 ICO 4.85 58. . .2211 100 4.W )
01. , . . .10" . ) 4.85 02. . i250 ! 120 4.HO
71. . . .254 12 ! ) 4.85 IB. . , .2C > 3 280 4.90
71. . . . ' . ' 10 120 4.S5 C > 3. . , .235 200 4.1H )
07J. ( . . . -41 120 4.85 111. . . .248 40 4.W )
70. 120 , .2U5 80 4.90
liiSw 200 4.85 57. , .242 120 4.95
70 ] . . .214 200 4.85 57.M. . HO 4.95
(11. ( . . .24 ! ) 4.85 82. 225 4.95
153. fcO 4.8Ti CO. ! STt KM 4.95
CO. . . .245 IfiO 4.S7J4 74.'i 200 4.95
sunnr roitx nn : WKSTEKNH.
52. , . 7 ( > 5.75 52 74 5.75
IjlVMMtllOlC Solll.
Showing the nu n'jjr of bill of stock sold
to the leading buyers on the market to-day.
nous.
G. H. Hammond & Co 91
Oniiiha 1'aekiiig Co 1,187
Armour & Cudnliay 1 > . Co 1,5H )
Total 3.95S
RnnKC of 1'rlces.
Showing highest and lowest prices paid for
leading grades of cattle on dates mentioned.
Date. Prime Bt'rs.'Prime ' rifrs. Common to
iaxirK ) ( ) ib. imxaisoo n > .
nn (6t K 1 K )
Sunday Bumliiy
41) 3 H5 504 r 2 oo © a
I 20 < ai i 3 7f > 661 2 HI \ BO
March ) . . . ' ' ' i ; STf , ) no
Mareliil)4 : ) in & . . . . . : i \ no
M airlift 4 .TO . : i7r , ® 4 : w 1 W ) i no
.April ! ! . . 4 IH fift. . . 1:1 : w cc4 : B „ ' M i TOne
April II 4 : n 14 iu 644 : ) : i "M no
April 4 4 no i 00 © 30
April 5 ® ( no c4 >
April ( i 4 w $ 4 no hw ® 4 10 1 75 iW m
April 7..j 4 M ct4 no 3 7fi Ml ! W iViu \ ;
of I'rloci.
Sliowlniithcoxtrenio hl hoit and lowoit
rates paid for leading grades of ho i on dates
mentioned :
JlltC. Heavy. Mixed. IJght.
C ( K ) < P15 4 UO < M 10
Mar.uril Sunday Snndiiy Sunday
Mnr. nsu tv > ar B 10 ® fl SO 4 W , cw , i
ir. 2 5 a ) ai'i : ) n iu < r > son 4 Nl ( if. ' , ur >
Mar. ' . ' ! ) fi 'JU < fyi > - " > n 10 sw s ) n uo as , 10
Mur. JiOfi 15 ( ? ji"ia ) n m 4 no & : > ( ) '
Slur.31/i 15 ( ( . * > - ' ( &r > 15 4 Wi HWiOl
April 25 IB Si. % ii r , on crn is 4.10 © r > n" >
Apl 11 3fi U5 ® . "i l.'i n oo 4 W 5 00
April 45 or , 6.10 4 tn QCTi ( XI 4 5tl in
April f.r. oo fiu" ) ( n 4 w C44 lij 4 m & \ Ni
April cn mi tv > ro 4 CO ( M.'M 4 < ; o cr.i HI
April 7cUU HU > 05 C5l 'J3 4 7U & 4 N )
Tiive Slock NotcH.
Hogs llrmer.
Cattle steady.
Sheet ) bring good prices.
Dead hogs are selling at lOlJ c per Ib.
J. Buck , Crete , marketed a load of 143.Vlb
native steers at $4.50.
Among those who marketed hogs was
John Hustle , Talmagc.
Among those who marketed 95c hogs was
William Baughn , of Hnrlan.
Dorr & I'itlun , Neola , In. , were among
those who marketed hogs at f 1.95.
J. U. Buckholder , Woodbine , In. , was here
mid disposed of two loads of hogs ,
t Captain A. Wilson , York , was hero and
marketed three loads of cattle at $4.30.
Chapman , Neb. , was represented by A. P.
Bcnian , who came in with two loads of
cattle.
Mr. Majors , of the firmof Majors & Atkins ,
Wood Hiver , was in with seven loads of cat
tle of their own feeding.
Henry Schinstock , West Point , was here
with a load of hogs and three loads of cattle ,
which sold on the market.
Mr. Wetherbee , the genial brand Inspector
at these yards for the Montana Cattlemen's
association , has returned from a trip to Den
ver and Cheyenne.
John H. Sullivan arrived from Omaha this
morning. Mr. Swift's improvements there
are on an immense scale. Mr. A. C. Foster
is superintending the establishment and
with his family are all well Drovers'
Journal.
The next meeting of the Nebraska Live
Stock Shippers' association will he held at
Exchange hotel , South Omaha , Wednesday ,
April 11. 1888 , at 2 p. m. Matters of import
ance will come up before the meeting and a
full attendance is urged upon the members
of the association.
JOHN Winuixs , Secretary.
OMAHA AVHOLKH hK MAUKKTS.
Produce , FrnllN , NiitH , I-Uc.
Saturday , April 7.
7/ie / followUnj qnntdtloni urc wlinlantle
ami not retnll. I'rlrcs umitctl on jnoiliwe
arc the ultra at which r iui < / tutu itrc Holrt on
tliln imirhct. I'l'iilta or other linen of uiiotlx
rctnilrtiuj citnt tnlior tn jHivMny cannot ttl-
u't\/n ( \ lie 8iti > i > llcd an outbtilc ui' < lcrn tit the
same priccH nuntctl for the loeiil trade.
Ilntesonjlournnd feed nrc Jolilicru' itrlccs.
Prices on umtn arc those jxilil by Oinnlni
mtllcra dcllvcictl. All o > tiotiitl < m on mer
chandise arc ohtatncd from letidlny hoimcx
and ( ire corrected dully. I'rlrcs un crtirlt-
cm , cakes , etc. , arc those ijlvcn by lcadln j
inmntfncturerM.
POTATOKS Choice home grown , 85Qi95cj
Utah and Colorado stock , $1.00 ( < t > l.l5.
POULTHY Cliickens dressed , 13c ; geese ,
12@13c : turkeys , ISfaUc : ducks , 110 ( > 13elivo
chickens , W-75r < 4.X ( ) .
CIIIJESB Full cream , 12J4(7fl5c. (
BVSANAS Medium , $2.50j3.00 ( ! per bunch ;
choice , S3.00l,5 ( ( > ,
Tunsii'3-Uutabaijas , 4550c ; white , 40e
per bushel.
LK.MONM $3,70@l 50 per box.
CAi.iroitN-iA PiiAits $2.50i2.75 ( ; extra
choice , $3.00 ,
U TUS Persain , 8c jior Ib.
SAUII ICiuUT Choice per bbl. of 32 gal ,
fA.OO@5.SO ( ; } i bbl. , I4.000il.50 ; $11.00 per bbl ,
of 50 gal. '
Ciniiii Cholco Michigan elder , $1.00(20.50 (
per bbl. of 32 gal.
Porcoiis Choice rlco corn is quoted at 4o
per Ib. , other kinds , 2K@3c per Ib.
CAimoTH $ ' . ' .252.50 per bbl.
PAIISNU-S New stock , f3.00i3.50 ( per bbl.
OYSTKKS Plain standard , 25o ; plain se
lects , HOi'j standard , 40o ; extra selects , 35c ;
New York counts , 40e ; bulk oysters , counts ,
$ .85 per 100 : selects , $2.00 per gal. ; standard. '
$1.25 per gal.
CtniiAons $1 per doz. or 3 ( < M5rfo per Ib ,
for California.
CAUMFJ.OWKII Good stock , $2.50@2.75 per
dozen.
OUAKOES California Riverside , $3.75 ®
4 00 ; Messina , $3,754.25 ( ! ; Yulenclas , fO.OO ®
8.00 per case of 420 ; Mexican , 4.00 ; Los
Angeles , $ -J.75@3.25j Navals , * 4.60 ; Los
Aimeles , $4.50 ; lUversido , W.75.
CiiAXiiEititiES Very scarce ; J3ell& Cherry ,
SIO.50@11.00 ; Bell & Bugle. 11.00@11.50
Bell & Bugle , premium , ? 11.50@12.00.
liutxs Good stock , $2.00(22.75 ( ; California
beans , $2.25@2.40 ,
FIGS In layers , 13lic ( ( , cake llo pcrlb.
NUTS I'canuts fi > ( < 47c , raw Brazil nuts ,
13c ; almonds , Tarragona , 22o ; English wal
nuts , IftGglSo ; fllberts , 18o : Italian chestnuts'
15c ; pcuins , 15c. .
HONEV KX < i21o for lib frames ; canned
honey. 10jfl2o ( per lib.
TOMATOES * 2.0i ( ( < 12.60 per bor.
PAUSI.KV 35o per doz.
GKCEN Osioxb 25c per doz.
Agr.uiAnuH 35o per ib.
STHAWUIUWIES Fresh Florida , $3.50(34.00 (
per box.
Ct'ci'Miiunb $1.00 per dozen for choice ,
Grocery' lAat.
SVHUPS New Orleans molas&es. per bbl. ,
37@4l5c jier gal. ; corn syrup , 35o ; half bbls. ,
37c ; 4 b'ul. kegs , $1.55 ; sborchum 3Sc ,
PnovmoNs Hams. 10VaiO ( > { c ; breakfast
bacon , 10 / ( < ? llc ; Wutort side. * , S C S o : dry
salt , 7 fcrtSc ( ; shotildep , 07c , ; dried bcof ,
1 PicKt-M-Medluui In tbls , (5.75 ; < lo In half
bids , (3.40 ; smnll in bbls , ( (1.75 ( ; do In half
bbU , (3.W ) ; gherkins , in bbls , (7.75 ; do 10 hnlf
bbls (4.40. ' 'J ,
REPINED Lxnn Tltwo , "c ; 4Mb squcar
cans. 7c : 50-lb round , 7ic ; 20-Ib round ,
7 > < c ; 10-lb pails , 7ft6 ; 5-lb palls , 7Kc8-lb ;
palls , 8c.
GINNED Goons Outers , standard , per
ruse. ( . * UOgi.io ( : : ; strawberries , 2-lb , per case ,
$3. 153.25 ( ; raspberries , S-lb , ] > cr case. (3.1 n@
3.30 ; Cnltfornln penr . per case , 4.70n)4.SOj ( )
apprlcots , jwrcasc , ( l.W ! < ViM.40 ; peaches , per
case , f5.00 ( . < 5.76 ; whlto cherries , i > cr case ,
$ ft.OO ; California plums , per case , f4.WW4.0'J ;
blueberries , percale , (2.20 ( < J2.40 ; egg plums ,
2-lb , per rase , (2.5djplil6appples , 2-lb per case ,
(3.20 < tf5.7r > ; Mb salmon" per doz , ( l.&Xtfl.OS ;
2-lb gooseberries , per case , ? 3.25g)3.t. ) ! ' > ; 2-lb
string beans , per case , ft.7IXSl.bO ; 2-lb Lima
beans , ] ) crcnse , ( lV.Xil. ( ( 5 ; 2-lb marrowfat
jicas , $2.GOg2.70 ( ; 2-lb early Juno peas , per
case , (2.85 ; 3-lb tomatoes , $2.50 ; 2-lb corn ,
f2.mW3.40 ,
JKI.UKS 30-lb palls , $1.25@1.50.
SALT- Per bbl. , car load , (1.30.
HOPB Scvcn-slxtccntlis , 10'f
CAXDV Mlxcil , l > @llc ; stick ,
HOMAXII llEimtxiis 70i7.Jeper ( keg.
MAI-I.K St'OAit Bricks , l2 epcr Ib. i penny
cakes , 14iMr ( > c per Ib.
UHOOMS Kxtra , 4-tic , $2.00 ; No. 1 , $2.00 ;
No. $1.75 ; heavy stable , (4.00.
STAUCII Mirror gloss , 5Jfc ; Graves' corn ,
0' ' jfo ; Oswego gloss , 7o ; Oswcgo corn , 7c.
TK48 Japans , ! M@55c ; gtuiixnvdor , 20 < J&
COc ; YOUIIK Hyson , 22 ( < 65e ; Oolong , 200J
( Vic.
Vic.PowiiKU ANM > SHOT Shot , $1.40 ; buckshot ,
( l.ttt ; Hazard powder , $5.00 ; half kegs , $2.75 ;
one-fourths , $ l..r(0 : blasting kegs , $2.I5 ! ; fuses ,
looo ft. , 4.v 75c.
SVOAII Granulated , 7i37Vo ; conf. A.
0jtf > 7c : whlto extra C , OJiiX&il.itfc ; extra C ,
Unlive ; yellow C , fijflaflxe ; cut loaf '
7J < e ; powdered , 7J < @S , ' < ; New Orleans
iin Ordinary grades , 1017c ; fair ,
17 < 518eprlme,18@lll.9 ; < c ; fancy green nndyel-
low , 22 ( < i23o ; old government Java. 28ft30o ( ;
interior Java , 25fC2je ( ; ; Mocha , 2)j ) < < ? : iOc ; Ar
buokle's roasted , ID fc ; McLaughlin's
XXXX , I'.l c ; Ullworth's , 1 ! % < M Hod Cross ,
10 > fo ; alaroma , Uljfe.
Wooni'.NWAUi : Two-hoop palls , per doz. ,
$1.40 ; three-hoop pails , $1.05 : No. 1 tub , $0.75.
No. 2 tub , $15.75 ; No. il tub , $4.75 ; washboards
$1.50 ; fancy washboards , $11.50 ; assorted
bowls , $ J.7fi ; No. 1 churns , $ ' .1.50 ; No. U
churns , $3.50 ; No. 3 churns , $7.50 ; butter
tubs , ? 1.70 ; spruce , In nests , ? 1.70.
TOIIACCO Lorillurd's Climax , 45c ; Splcn-
Spearhead , 45 ; Catlin's ' Meerschaum , 31e ;
Catlin's Old Style , 2'Ic ; Piper Hoidsiek. ( Me ;
SweetTipTop,32oU.N.O.,17e ; ; Ked , White
and Blue , 18c.
CUUKIU : , CAKHS , ETC. Prices subject to
change. Soda , 5e ; soda ( city goods ) , 7c ;
soda snowllnko ( in tins ) , lOc ; soda dandy ,
5 > tfe ; soda wnfcrsHn tins ) , lOc ; soda zephyr ,
80 ; city oyster , ( > > , c ; excelsior. 7c : farina
oyster , 7c ; gem oyster , 5c ; monitoi. 7e ;
Omaha oyster , 7c ; pearl oyster , 5c ; picnic ,
5e ; snowdrop oyster , 7c ; butter , 5c ; Boston ,
8c ; Omaha butter , 7c ; saw tooth butter , OJio ;
cracker meal 5 < $ c ; graham , 8e ; graimiii
wafcis. lOc ; graham wafeis in pound pack
ages , 12' e ; hard bread , 5e : milk. 7' f ; oat
meal , 8c ; oat meal wafers , lOe ; oatmeal wa
fers in pound packages , 12Je ! animals , 12c ;
Bolivcr gingerround,7e ( ) ; cream,8cCornhill ; ,
lOc ; cracknells , Itie ; frosted cream , 8lio ;
ginger Btiaps , Sc' ; ginger snaps ( city ) , lie ;
homo made ginger snaps , in boxes , 13c ; homemade
made ginger snaps ( l-lb cans ) per do7cn ,
$2.50 ; lemon creams , 8c ; pretzels ( hand made )
ll'ife ; assorted cakes ami Jumbles , lUvfc ; as
sorted lingers , Ifie : afternoon teii ( in tins ) ,
per box $7.K ( ) ; banana lingers , llo ; butler
jumbles , llVj' " , Brunswick , 15e ; brandy
snaps , 15c ; chocolate drops ( new ) Hie ; choco-
latd wafers , 15c ; Christmas lunch ( in tins )
per dozen , $4.50 ; cocoa taffy snaps , 14c ; coffee
cake , 12c ; Cuba Jumbles , ll c ; cream pulls ,
30c ; egg Jumbles , 14c : ginger drops He ;
honey jumbles , ILXo ; Jelly lingers , I5e ; jelly
wafers , 15c ; jelly tart ( now ) , 15c ; lady ling
ers , 13c ; vanilla bnr,14e ; vanilla wafers , 14c ;
Vicuna wafers , 1 dozen packages in u box ,
per dozen. $2.50.
All goods packed in cans Ic per Ib. advance
except snowHake and wafer socia. which are
packed only In cans. Soda in 2 Ib. and 3 Ib.
paper boxes , J c per Ib. advance ; all other
goods le per Ib. advance. Soda In 1 Ib. paper
boxes , le per Ib. advance. Tlio 2 Ib. boxes
arc packed in cases holding 18 in a case. The
3 Ib. boxes are packed in cases holding 12 in
n case. The 1 Ib. boxes are packed in cases
holding 'Mm a ease. One Ib. Graham and
oat meal wafers packed 2 doz. in a case.
Show tops for boxes , with glass opening to
show goods , 75e. Cans for wafer soda , § 3 ,
not returnable. Cans for snowliake soda , $0
per doz. Tin cases with glass face to display
the goods , 75c each. No charges for packages
except for cans and returnable cases. Glass
front tin cans and "snowllako" soda cans are
returnable at prices charged.
Dry GoodH.
DUCK West Point 20 in. 8oz. . lOUe ; West
Point , 20 in. 10 oz. , 12' ' c ; West Point , 10 in. 12
oz. , 15c ; West Point 40 in. 11 oz , , Kin. Checks
Caledonia X..lUfc ; Caledonia XX , lO o ;
Economy , 0) e ; Otis , OJfc.
KKNTI'CKV JIHNS Memorial , 15c ; Canton ,
2Sc ; Durham , 27Jrfc ; Hercules , ISc ; Learning
ton , 2 fc ; Cottswold , 27 c.
Ciusn Stevens' B , ( ic ; bleached , 7e ; Ste
vens' A , 7lo ; bleached , 8 < e ; Stevens' P ,
8JjO ; bleached , OJ c ; Stevens' N , OJio ;
bleached , Kl c ; Stevens' S RT , 12Ke.
MISCKM.INKOI" * Table oil cloth , $2.85 ;
ain Holland , 8 > < e to 0 > ic ; Dado Holland ,
CAMIWICH Slater , fie ; Woods , 5c ; Stnnd-
rd , 5c : Peacock , 5e ; Slater roll , ( Qi c.
COMFOUTKHS $0.iOQf ( 35.00.
BI.ANKI-.TS White , $ I.OOn7.50 ; colored
$1.10 ( < ? 8.00.
Bi.iAnui : ) Sui'.ETiNO Berkeley cambric ,
No. 00 , OJ e ; Best Yet , 4-1. Hjtfc ; butter cloth ,
OO , 4Kc ; Cabot , 7 > < c ; Farwell , 8V. Fruit
of Loom , 0'4e ' ; Freeno G , Oc ; Hoe | , 8c ; King
Phillip cambric , lie ; Lonsdalo. HKc ; Lons-
dale , Oe ; New York mills , 10' e ; Pcppiroll ,
42-in , lie ; Pcpperell , 4l-in. ( 12e ; Peppcrell ,
( W , lOe ; Pepiicrell , 8-4 , 21e ; Peprerell , 0-4 ,
23c ; Pcpperell , 10-4 , 25e ; Cantoi , 4-4 , S'c ' ;
Canton , 4-4 , 0'c ; Triumph , Oc ; Wamsulla ,
Ic : Valley , 5c.
PUIXTH SOLID COI.OHS Atlantic , lie ;
Slater , 5' ' c ; Berlin oil , fli < c ; Garner oil. tt ®
7c. PISD AM KOIIKS Richmond , tljrfc ; Allen ,
Okc ; River Point. 5e ; Steel River , 6J o ;
Richmond , < > c ; Pacillc. < > > e. Ixnino BI.SJK
Washington. ( life ; Century indigo blue prints ,
ll' ' c ; American , 7e ; Arnold , 7e ; Arnold B ,
He ; Anold A , 12u ; Arnold Gold Seal , KHjc.
DIIIHS : Charter Oak , 5J o ; Ran < ape , 4c \ ;
Lodi , 5c ; Allen , ( > e ; Rlchinoiid , ( Sc ; Windsor.
oyti ; Eddystonc , li' ' e ; Pacific , ( life.
HIIOWN SniiETixii Atlantic A , 4-1 , 7 } < | O ;
Atlantic H , 4-1 , 7' e : Atlantic 1) , 4-1 , ( ic i :
Atlnnlie P , 4-4 , ( k ; ; Aurora LL , 4-4 , (5c ( ; Au
rora C , 4-1 , 60 ; Crown XXX , 4-4 , 7 > ic ; Hoosier -
sier LL , 4 4 , Oe ; Indian Head , 0-1 , 7Jtfc ;
Lawrence LL , 4-4 , ( ic ; Old Dominion , 4-4 ,
5J e ; Peppcroll , R , 4-4 , 7' c ; Pepperell O ,
4-4 , ( ic ; Pcpperell , 8-1 , 18' o ; Pcppercll , 0-4 ,
21e ; Pepperell , KM , 23e ; Utlca , C , 4-4 , Be ;
Wachubett , 4-4 , 7Jic ; Aurora B , 4-1 , 7 > io ;
Aurora R , 4-4 , O f c.
BATTS Standard. Oe ; Gem , lOJi'c ; Beauty ,
12Ko ; Byono , 14o ; B.'cased , $ (1.50. (
GIXOIIA.M Plunkett checks , 7 c ; Whltten-
ton 7 } c ; York , 7Kc ; Normandi dress , 8 0 ;
Calcutta dress , 8 > o ; Whlttendon dress , 8)40 ;
Renfew dress. 8.Jl2Jfc. (
TICKH Lewlston , 30-ln. , 12 } e ; Lewiston ,
32-In. , 13 0 ; York , 3-in. , 14e ; Swift river ,
7ho : Tliorndyko. OO , 8fe ; Thorndyke , EF ,
8 > cj Thorndlko 120 , 1)1 ) Jo ; Thorndiko XX ,
15o : Cordts , No , 5 , OK Cordis , No , 4 , lie.
DEXIVS Amoskeag , B , 0-oz. , lOo ; Everett ,
7-oz , , 13c ; York , 7-oz. , 18o ; Haymaker , 8 } c ;
Jaffrey , XX. llXc ; Jaffrey , XXX , 12 < < ? c ;
Beaver Creek , AA , 12o ; Beaver Creek , UB ,
lie : Beaver Creek. CO , lOc ,
FLANXKLS Plaid Raftsman , 20o ; Goshcu
32 } < c ; Clear Lake , 82J o : Maple City , 30Wc.
Whito-G H N 2 , J ( . 2le ; G H No ! \ \ ,
> u ; j 11 tv , ? 4 , .i > 5c ; u ? ; , uac.
COTTON- FLANNELS 10 per cent trade dis
count LL , OJfc ; CO , 7Wc ; SS 8Ko ; Name
less , 5ke ; No. 5 , ( Jo ; EE , 9 > 'o ; GG , lO o ;
XX , 12jfc ; OG , 14c ; NN , JOe ; RX , 18o ; R ,
20o ; No. 10 , 8Ko ; 0,10 05 60. 12 > < c ; 80 , lOo ;
20 , colored , lOo ; 60 , colored , 12c ; 70 , colored ,
25o ; Bristol. 13 } < o ; Union Pacific. 18c.
CAHI-ET WAHIHibb , white. M0col } \ -
ared,22c.
OouornI Markets.
FLOUII AND FEED Minnesota patents , $3.45
@ 2.50 per cwt ; Kansas and Missouri fancy
winter patents , $2.503.75 per cwt ; Nebraska
patents , $2.45@2.60 per cwt ; rye flour , $2.50
per owl ; wheat graham , $1.75 per owt ; rye
graham , (1.40 per cwt ; Now York buckwheat
(3.50 j > er cwt ; Exoelelor. $3.00 per bbl ;
ready raised , $5.00 per 100-lb CUBO ; cornmeal ,
yellow , $1.00@1.10 per cwt ; white $1.10@1,15
per cwt ; Ura % f 10.00 ® 17.00 per ton ; screen-
lots , 112.00 per ton ; hominy , t3.25@3.BO per
bbl ; chopped feed , tlS.OQpcr ton ; chopped
corn , $10.00@17.CO per ton
EXTIUOTS Sanderson's oil bcrgamoi , per
Jb. , 2.7f > ( S3.00 ; oil lemon. lr Ib. , fj.50 ; oil
peppermint , (3.00 ; oil wintcrgrccn , $2.50 ;
oliVO oil , Malaga , ] > er gallon , (1.25.
WINDOW Cti.ii > 9 Single. 70 per cent nnd 5
percent ; double , 70 nml 10 per cent discount.
White lead , pure.O' c ; whlto lead ,
fancy , flj o ; putty , In bladders. 3e ; Paris
White , 3c ; common , 2 > { c ; red lead , 7e.
OILS Carbon , 175 degrees l e ; linseed ,
boiled , COe ; linseed , raw , 57c ; castor ,
No. 1 , ll.SO ; No. 2 , $1.12 ; sperm
whale , (1.00 ; whale water , blenched ,
85c ; tlsh , bank , ! Wc ; neatsfoot extra , ( Vie ;
neatsfoot No. 1 , 50c ; gasoline , 75 degrees , 15c ;
W. S. lard , ( We ; No. 1 Iniil , BtV ; No. 2 Inrd , W )
( ilKtc ; W. Va. zero , 14c ; W.Va. summer , 12c ;
golden No. 1 , 40e ; golden No. 2 , 25c : whale ,
20c ; naptha , 1 degree , 14e ; headlight , 150
degrees , 12c ; headlight , 175 degree , lee ; tur
pentine , 4Se ; castor , pure , 12.45 per gal.
UHVQK Acid , carholle , crystal , per Ib , 50c ;
citric acid , pcrlb , OOc ; tartarlc , per Ib , ttc ) ;
sulphurle , per Ib. 5c : ammonia , earb , pcrlb ,
15c ; alum , per ib , fie ; alcohol , ! ) . " > percent ,
per gal , t2.2f > : blue vltric , per Ib , Sc ; borax ,
refined , per ib , 1c ( ) ; camphor refined , 30c ;
cream tartar , pure , per Ib , 45e ; cream tartar ,
commercial , per Ib , 20e ; cloves , per Ib 3Je ;
cuttlefish bone , per Ib , 30c ; dextrine , per
Ib , 12o ; glycerine , pure , per Ib , OOc ; hops ,
fresh , per Ib , 4V ( ; Indigo , Madras , per Ib ,
80e ; insect , powder , per Ib , ( Klc ; morphine ,
P. it W. , per o. ' , , M.OO ; opium , per
Ib , * 3. < JO ; quinine , P. & W. , per oz , ( lie ; qui
nine , German , IM.T oz , 50e ; roehollo salts , per
Ib , Due ; Haffron , American , per Ib , 40e ; saf
fron , tmo Spanish , per oz , tl 00 ; saltpetre ,
pure , per Ib , lOc ; sulphur , Flowers' , per ib ,
5e ; soda , bi-carb , per Ib , 5c ; silver , nitrate ,
per Ib , SI 1.50 ; spermaceto , per Ib , OOe ;
strychnine , per oz. ? 1.25 ; wax , white , pure ,
per Ib , 5. > e ; wax , yellow , pure , per Ib , 3ic. !
SriniTs Cologne spirits 1S8 proof , (1.14 ;
do 101 proof , SI. 17 ; spirits , second quality ,
101 proof , (1.1(1 ( ; do 188 proof , $1.13 ; alcohol ,
188 proof , per wine gallon , $2.12 ; redistilled
whiskies , $1.25(3)1.50 ( ) ; gill blended , (1.50(32.00 ( ;
Kentucky bourbons , $2.00tfiUK ( ) ; Kentucky
and Pennsylvania ryes , $2.Hi ( ( > 8l.r ( > fl ; ( lolden
Sheaf bourbon mid rye whiskies. $1. 50(3.3.00 ( ;
brandies , Imported , (5.00(318.00 ( ; domestic ,
Sl.3to3.00 ( ; gins , Imported , $5.00 < ? ? ( i.X ( ) ; do
mestic , (1.25@M.OO ; champagnes , imported ,
per case , $2S.X)6$3i.OOO ( ) ; ; American , per case ,
$ MOOiZ ( > 10.00.
HIIUS : Green butchers' 3.1 @lc ; green
cured , r > i < ( itU > c ; dry Hint , c ; ilry salt , So ;
green salted calf,7liJ8e ; damaged hides two-
thirds price ; dry salted deacons , 25o each.
Tallow No. 1. ! l'4c ; No. 2 , 2 e. Groimo
Prime white , 4l4c ; yellow , llo ; brown , 2c.
Shttip pelts , 10eilH ( ) , according to quality.
liranded hides classed as damaged.
Fries Raccoon , No. 1 , : > < < ( M5i ) ; No. 2 , 2. > @
30o ; mink , 10Ci50c ; muskrat , lull , 5So ;
niuskrat , spring and winter , 8C < illc ) ; stripped
skunk , 1ftf ( ) lOi1 ; mountain Avolf , No. 1 , $1.500 ?
2.50 : No. 2 , prairie , BOfeTOo ; No. 2 , 25i ( 4to ) ;
beaver , Mo. 1 , per Ib , f2.Xf3.lH ( ) ( ) ; No. 2 , $1.00
081.25 ; otter , fcl.Offll.U0 ( ) ( ; dry deer skins , SOW
JiTic per Ib ; dry antelope , elk , moose , etc. , 15@
25c ; deer skins , per Ib , 20W25e. (
LI\TIIIU : : Oiik soles , iCifiiXl'c ; hemlock
slaughter sole , 12 ( < f.le : ! ' ; hemlock dry sole , 12
( < t25c ; hemlock kip , ( iOC'itlOu : A. & B. runner
Kip , 50C75e ( ; A. hemlock calf , 00e(3$1.00 ( ; A.
A. hemlock cjilf , "backs , " 75c ; hemlock
upper , lIC'24c ! ; English grain upper , USe ;
hemlock grain upper , 2U < 21c ; Tamplco B. L.
Morocco , 2ii33e ! ) ( ; TmnpFeo iiejiple , O. U. Mo. ,
Wtt2le ( ! ; Curacoa , U. G. Mo. , ; iC40c : Simon
O. D. Mo. , ? 'J.75(3.V ( ! ( ) ; Uangola kid , : Kig35o ;
X. M. kangaroo , 4c ( ) ; American call kid. 32c ;
Griesen kids , $ 'UK'i ) ( . > 4. > > iO ; French glazed kids.
$2.50C M.75 ; French calf kids. * ; t.0 ; oak kip
skins , SSOc ( T5l.OO ; oak calf skins , $ l.OOCl.-0 ;
French calf skins , ! ? 1.25c f2.00 ; French kip
skins , SI.10 ( * I.50 ; Russltt linings , $0.Kc ( ) ( ) .r > 0
per doz. ; pink cream and white linings , $7.50
( $10.00 jier doz. ; colored toppings ,
11.00.
AXP TIMllii _ _ : S. _
2 , 4 7V
Kift. IHft 20ft. 22ft. 21ft.
2x4 . .Ifi 75 18 25 1825 Ill Si !
2xil . .15 75 IH 25 1825 2)2i ( ) 20 25
SxS . .in 75 IS S.i 1H25 202.1 2025
2x10 . .15 7.- > 1825 IS 25 a ) ai 1025
BxIS . .1(1 ( 75 18 25 IH 25 21 S.- ,
4x4 8x8 . 17 Srt 18 25 182. . 30 ai 21 SS
1IOAHIIH.
No. 1 com , H 1 s.17.50 1 No. 3 com , s 1 s.14.00
No. 8 com , sis. 15.50 | No. 4 com , s 1 s. 13.50
FHXCIXG.
No. 1,4 & 0 in 12 & 14 ft , rough . $18.50
No. 1 , " " 10 " . is.nu
No. 8 , " " 14 " . 15.00
No.2 " " Hi "
, . 10.00
SI 1)1 NO.
A , 12 , 14 & 1(5 ( ft.S20.25 | C , 12 , 14 & 1C. ft.$14.50
B , " " 19.50 | D , " " 11.50
Cnil.IXd AND I'AUTITKIX.
1st com % iii White Pine ceiling . $ : .75
2d " " " " . 2C..75
Clear % in Norway " " . 15.25
2dcom > 'Bin ' " " " . 13.2.1
ri.ooiti.NO.
A 0 in White Pine . $33.50
BlHn " " . 31.50
CCiin " " . 28.50
Dliin " " . 20.50
E 0 in " " ( Sel. Fencing ) . 18.00
( i in. Drop Siding 5Ue per M extra.
MTOUK1IOAHPS.
A 12 inch sis . $41.50
B 12 " . 3S.50
C 12 " . 3550
D 12 " . 21.50
No. 1 com , 12 in s 1 s , 12ft. . . . ; . 19.50
" " " 14 ft . 18.50
" " " III ft . 18.00
" " " 10 , 18 , 20ft . 21.00
No.3 " "
. 18.00
" " " 13&14 ft . 17.50
" " " 10ft . l .no
12 In Grooved roofing , $1 per M more than 12
in Slock Hoards same length.
10 in Grooved roofing same price ns 12 in
Stock Hoards.
nun' 7 , u > .
No. 1 Plain Sand 10 In . $17.75
No.2 " " "
. 10.25
No. 1 , OG , Sin . 18.25
riMSIIINO.
1st and 2nd , clear , 1 , I1in s2 s . $ -19.50
' " " IK , 2 . 49,50
3d , clear , 1 in , s2s . 44.50
" 1M , Uiln , 2 . 45.50
A. select , 1 in s2s . 3S.50
A , " Itf , IM , SinsSs . 42.50
B , " 1IHK2B . 28,50
, " l , lM,2ins2s . 35.50
13 , select , all 1(1 ( ft , $1 extra.
hOl'TllliliN VEI.I.OW 1'INB.
Com. 4 irich Flooring . S17.5
Star " " . 19.5
1st and 2d clear 4 inch Flooring . 21.50
Six inch 50e less.
Clear ' ( finch Ceiling . 19.50
Clear " ! / inch Partition . 23.50
Clear % inch , Partition $2 above % inch
Ceiling
Clear Finish , 1 and 1) ) { Inch , H2s . 20.00
Clear Finish , 1 % and 2 inch , s2s . 29.00
Clear Corrugated Ceiling , 4 inch . 23,50
Clear Yellow Pine Casing and Base. . . . 25,00
1'01'I.AII I.UMIIEII.
Clear poplar bx. lids % in s2 H . $34.00
" " U In panel. H 2 s . 27.00
" " CoiTUgatcd ceiling , % , . 28.00
J1ATTKXH , WT.U , TU11INO , 1'ICICKT.S.
OG Halts , yi lu . $ 0
" Hx3 , s 1 s . SO
2 In well tubing , D & M and be v . 22
Pickets , D & H fiat . 19
" DHwj . 19
HIIINfll.HS. LATH.
XX clear . $ H.OO Extra * A . $ 2.80
* A * Standard. , 2.55 * AHB&B. . . 2.25
5 in clear . - tl in clear . 1.95
No. 1 . 1.30 CednrA *
Luth 2.55
Whlto cedar 0 In s . 12
" 9in < irH .
" 8ftuirs .
" 4 in round . 14
Tennessee red cedar , split . , 14
Split oak . , . 8
Itcal ICHtinc TraiiHfcrs.
John Dolnk and wife to Anton WI-
ment , part lota 87 and 23 , Kountz
2d addition , w d . , . . .8 1,350
G H Bogfc'B and wife to Markus itoss ,
Jots 5 und 0 blk 15 , Park Forest , w d 450
South Omaha Land company to Chas.
Hanlay , lot 0 blk 70 , South Omaha ,
w d . 300
Charles Hanloy and wife to Hichard
Kiiglemunn , lot 0 blk 70 , South
Omaha , w d . 1,000
Hichard Englomann and wife to Ade
laide Brandenburg , lot 0 blk 70 ,
South Omaha , wd . 1,700
Maud Notewuro extr to Price W
Hughes , lot 10 blk 4 , Lake's addi
tion , w d . 1,300
G H Lyons and wife to T H Finloy .
trustea n 100 ftlot 11 12blk2 HilUido
add No 2 wd . 0,000
Li V Morse et al to Win Henderson ct
al lot 18 blk S Morse & Hruncr's add
wd . 150
V O Laitry and wife to Chas G Carlton -
ton lot 18 blk 190 Florence w d . 00
Edward Wohlors et al tp Joseph H
Hanann ct al lot 24 blk 1 Gate City
parkwd . , . . , . . < . 330
T II Tnylor nnd wife to .Tnmo * B Bn-
Plpn lot 0 7 8 10 1112Wblk 3 Mayno's
add w d 3,780
T H Taylor nnd wifato James K Kn-
sign lot 9 blk 3 Mavno's ndd w d . . . 535
W U Albright nnd wife to Thos.t Hut-
eson , lots 23 nnd 21 , blk 0 , Mntth
cws sub dlv , w d 050
'ctcr Nelson nnd wife to Era F ,
lllnger , n 32 feet of e C4 f t lot 11 , blk
6 , Parker's add , w d
Jennie A Latson to Alfred II Hod-
getts , lot 24 , Davenport's sub. w d. . 2,000
Jennie A Latsou to Alfred A Hod-
petts , lots 10 nnd 11 , blk 1 , Melrose
Llll , wd 1,300
Vndrow Hosewater and wife to T L
Hall , u 3 ft of lot 11 , blk 11 , K V
Smith1 * add , w d 3,500
I1 L Hall et nl to J W VnnCostcr , n ! U5
ft of lot II , blk 11 , E V Smith's add ,
W d 4,000
W G Albright nnd wife to A K Kitcy ,
lots 1(1. ( 17 , 18. 19,20,21,23alid 84 , blk
2.4 , Albright's Cholco , w d 3,200
3d win A Leu vcn worth nnd wife to
Vasco A Ewell , lota f ! , 8 , 9. 10 , II , 14
nnd 15 , blk 7 , lots 5 , 8 and 9 , blk 10 ,
Manhattan ndd , w d 4,500
I F Hammond nnd wife to Frances K
Miller , lot 19 , blk 4 , Wise & Parmn-
le's ndd. w d C50
Martha M HcnRPl to James H Henscl.
undlv k lot 7 , Woodlawn Place , W d 310
Martha M House ! to J H Henscl ot nl ,
lots 13 nnd 14 , blk' ' , Cotncr & Arch
er's add , wd 1,000
Haltlms Jotter mid wife to W U Ho-
man , lot 11 , blk 10 , .letter's ndd to
South Omaha , wd 1,000
Win Cohurn , sheriff , to C H Paulund ,
* < lot 7 blk il Klrkwood , s d CO"
Martha M Hensel to J H ilonsol ct nl ,
p ( Hot 1 , 8 , 3. 5. rtJ Arbor place , q o 5
Martha M Henscl ( widow ) to .1 H
Henscl , lot 1 nnd 2 blk 0 Arbor place
wd 1,089
C H Paul and wife to Win V Sears
und Jtf lot 7 blk 3 Klrlavood add w d 100
Twenty-eight transfers nggrcgatng41,570 !
IluHiliiiK PcrintlH.
The following permits to build were issued
yesterday bv the superintendent of build-
tigs :
W N Nason , cottage , Corby near
Twenty-seventh $ 500
Thomas Evans , six cotUiges , Grace
near Twenty-first 3,000
F Hnarmnnn. double two-story frame
store and ll.its , Twentieth near Cen
ter 3bOO
W A Wntrons , cottage , Twenty-second
near Locust 400
Ed Christophcrson , cottngo , Ninth
near Bancroft 900
franklin Hon-og , cottage and barn ,
1000 North Twenty-fifth 1,000
Martin Tighe , cottage , Twentieth near
Laird. . . . . . . 500
David P Archer , two cottages , Corby
near Eighteenth 3,000
Patrick Heade , cottage , Eleventh near
Bancroft 450
L Nelson , cottage , Twelfth near Dor
cas 400
Nelson Martin , cottage 500
Conrad Anderson , addition to dwell-
in f , 10JI Yinton , KX )
Twelve permits aggregating $11,550
CIIUUOH NO-TICKS.
I NITAItlAX.
Unity. Seventeenth and Cas.s streets Hcv.
W. 1C , Copcland , pastor. Services at. 11 a. m.
aud-7:30 : p. m. Sunday school at 12:15. :
I.ATTIilt DAY SMXTS CIIAI'i : ! . .
Northwest corner Twenty-llrst and Clark
street. Preaching nt 11 o'clock n. m. ; and
7:30 : p. m. ; Sabbath school at 12:30 : p. m , All
are invited.
ruins-Tux.
First , Twentieth and Capitol avenue lev. ?
Charles H , Newnan , pastor. Services every
Sunday at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : ] ) . m. Sunday
school 9 : : ! 0 n. m. Y. P. S. C. K. 0:30 : p. in.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 :
All are invited.
l.UTHIill VN.
German,1005 South Twentieth street Ser
vices every Sunday at 10 a. m. Sunday
school at 8 p. in. E. J. Frcc'se , pastor.
Kountzu Memorial Evangelical , corner of
Sixteenth mid Iliuncy streets Hev. J. S.
Detweiler , pastor. Church services nnd
Drenching- the pastor at 10:30 : a.m. and
7:45 : p. m. Sunday school at noon.
St. Mark's Evangelical , corner of North
Twenty-first and liurdettu streets. Kcv. G.
H. Sohnur , pastor. Church services and
preaching by tiie pastor at 10:30 : n. m. and
7:30 : p. in. Sunday school at : J:3U : p. in.
llAl'TIST.
First Baptist ( Strangers' Sabbath home ) ,
corner of Fifteenth mid Davenport streets
Uov. A. W. Lunmr pastor. Preaching at
10:30 : a. in. and 7:31) : ) p. m. Sunday school at
12Km : ( ) , Pews free. All cordially invited.
South Omaha Baptists meet at the M. E
church building for Sunday school at 3 p. in. ,
and preaching at 4 p. m. Hev. F. W. Foster ,
pastor. The South Omaha public cordially
mvidcd.
Calvary , Saumlors street near Cuming
Preaching by the pastor , Kcv. A. W. Clark ,
at 10:30a. : m. and 7:3J : p. m. Sunday school
at 12:00. :
Beth-Eden Baptist Church Park nvciue
and Le.ivonworth street. , Rev. II. L. House ,
p.istor. Morning service at 10:15 : ; evening
service at 7:30 : ; Sabbath school at 12 | m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:45. :
Strangers cordially welcome.
North Omaha Baptist , 8109 Saunders.
street Rev. FV. . Foster p.istor. Preach
ing on Sunday at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p. m
Sunday school at 12:00 : m. Young people's
prayer meeting at 7 p.m. Regular prayer
meeting Wednesday evening. The public
cordially invided.
IJI'ISCOl'AL.
St. Paul Mission , Thirty-second and Casss
streets J. M. Bates , missionary. Services ,
1'K ( ) : ) a. m. mid 4 p. m. Sunday school 3 p.m.
Prayer meeting Friday evening 7:30. : Seats
free.
St. John's Free , corner Twenty-sixth and
Franklin streets. Seats free. Sunday
school 9:45 : H. in. Morning prayer nnd
sermon 11:00 : u. m. Evening prayer
and sermon , 7:30 : p , in. Everyone cordially
welcomed , William O.4good Pearson , rector.
Mission services Thursday at 7:30 : p. in. at
the residence of Mr. John Epenetcr. John
Williams , pastor ,
St. Philip's Free ( colored ) , 813 North Nine
teenth street John Williams , pastor. Sun
day school nt 3 p. in. Even song at 4 p.m.
Strangers always codlally welcomed.
St. Barnabas Free , Nineteenth and Cali
fornia streets John Williams , rector. Plain
celebration at 7:30 : a , m..choral celebration at
11:00 : a.m. Sunday school ut 9:45 : u , in. Choral
evensong at 7:30 : p.m. A most cordial wel
come always given to strangers ,
All Saints' , Twenty-sixth and Howard
streets Rev. Louis Zahncr , S. T. D. , rector.
Sunday after Easter , April 8. Services :
Holy communion , 7:30 : u. in. ; morn
ing prayer and litany , 11 a. in. ;
Sunday school and bible class , 12U : ! ) p , m. ;
evensong , 4 p , in. The musli- will be largely
the same as that sung on Eustcr Sunday , In
the morning will bo sung the anthem
"Break Forth Into Joy , " by Barnsby , nnd in
the afternoon tlio anthem : "Tho Right Hand
of the Lord , " by Rhincberger. Scats free at
the afternoon service. Strangers cordially
welcomed at nil services. Take Farnuui and
ParK avenue cars to Twenty-sixth , or Bt.
Mary's avenue cars to Falrviow street.
METHODIST nrncoi'Ai , ,
Hanscom Park , corner Georgia nnd Wool
worth avenues Preaching at 10:30 : n. in. anil
7:30 : p. in. Rev. G. M. Brown , pastor. Sun
day school at 2.30 p. m. Young people's meet
ing ut (1:45 ( : p. in. Prayer meeting wcdnesuay
evening at 7:45. : Strangers cordially wel
comed.
First , Davenport street , between Seven
teenth und Eighteenth Rev. T. M. House ,
pastor. Preaching at 10:30 : a. in. and 7:30 : p.
in. Sunday school ut 3:30 : p. m , Scats free.
All welcome.
Trinity , corner Samplers nnd Hlnncy
strceU Rev. A. H. Henry , pastor. Preach
ing nt 10:30 : u. in. und 7:30 : p. in. Sunday
school at 2:30 : p. m. Young people's meeting
ati:30 : p. in.
South Tenth street , corner of Tenth and
Pierce streets Rev. C. N. Davlson , pas
tor. Services at 10.30 a. m. and 7:30 : p. in.
Sunday school at 2:30 : p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening at 7:30. :
CuKicllur Street , corner Nineteenth ami
Ciietcllur streets Roy. W. F Lowe pastor.
Sunday school ut 10 a. m. Preaching nt 11
u. in. nnd 7:30 : p. in. Prayer mooting Ihurs-
day evening at 7:80. :
S.outh Omaha J. E. Eddlcbult , pastor.
Preaching every Sunday morning and even
ing. All uro cordially welcomed.
Crclxhton Avenue Mihalon , corner Crcigh
ton avenue and Twenty second clrouta
Preaching every' Sunday > > t 4 p , in. Sunday
school nt 10 a. m. J. M. Chambers , ( tupcrm-
tchdcnt.
Norwegian nnd DaiilAh M. K. church ,
Knights of Pythias hall , 1121 Saundera
street Services every Sunday. Preaching
by'tho pastor , .Uov. H. l.inlei pn , at 10:30 : n.
m. and 7:80 : p. tn. Sunday school nt 12 id ,
All Invited.
Seward Street M. K. church Rev * Charles
W. Savidgo will have as his morning sub
ject : "Suppers and Entertainments in the
Church. " In the even lug : "Omaha at Mid'
night , "
roxontxmioN u , .
Parkvalc Chapel , Twenty-ninth nnd Mnrthn
streets. Mr. T. H. Taylor , tnipcrintoiidcnt.
Sunday school at 3 o'clock ,
Plymouth.Nlneteenth and Spruce Mrectfl
Rev. A. B. Ponninmn , p.istor. Services nt
10:30 : and 7 : . ' ) , o'clock. Sunday school nt
noon. Y. P , S. U. U. prayer meeting Wqd-
nesday evening.
St , Mary's Avenue , St. Mary's nnd
Twenty-sixth avenues. Rov. Wlllard Scott ,
pastor. Services at 10:30 : and 7:30 : o'clock.
Sunday school at noon. Chorus choir In thi
evening. Chapels at 3 o'clock. Y. P. S. O.
E. prayer meeting Monday evening. Church
prayer meeting Wednesday evening.
Bethel Chapter , Sixteenth nnd Hickory
streets Rev. M. J. P. Thing , pastor , Sun
day school nt 3 o'clock , Sewing school ou
Saturday at 10 a , m.
Beth-Eden , Park avenue Just south of
Lcavenworth. Rev. H. L. House , pnstor.
Morning services nt 10:45 : n. m. Evening ser
vice 7U : ! Sabbath school at 12:00 : in.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening nt 7i45
In the church parlors. Strangers cordially
welcome. Louts free.
Bethel Chapel , Sixteenth nnd Hickory
streets Rev. M. J. P. Thing , pastor. Sun
day school at 3 o'clock. Sewing school on
Saturday at K ) n. in.
First , Nineteenth nnd Davenport streets
Rov. A F. Shcrlll , D , D. , pastor. Services
nt tOiliOmul 7:30 : o'clock. Sunday school at
noon. Y. P. S. C. K. prayer meeting Friday
evening. Church prayer meeting AVednesdny
evening.
Free Angelical German , Twelfth anil Dor-
cas streets Rov. F. H.V. . Hruechert , pas *
tor. Services at 10:30 : mid 7:30 : o'clock. Sun
day school nt 2(30 ( o'clock. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening.
Cherry Hill , Central park addition. Rov.
J. A. Millignn , pnstor. Services nt 11 and 7
o'clock. Sunday school at noon. Young
people's meeting nt ( I o'clock.
Hillside , Omaha View Rov. H. C. Crane ,
pastor. Services nl 1030 ; and 7:30 : o'clock.
Sunday school at noon. Y. P. S. C. E. prayer
meeting Sunday evening.
Saratoga , Ames avenue , mid Twenty-fifth
street Rov. J. A. Mllligan , pastor. Sunday
school at 2:30 : o'clock. Preaching services iu
the evening nt 7 o'clock.
Park Place , California and Thirteenth
streets Rov. M. L. Holt , pastor. Services
al 10:30 : and 7 o'clock. Sunday school at
noon.
vur.snYTr.uiAN.
Welsh services held at their rooms 1018
Cuming street Rev. W. Roland Williams ,
pastor. Sunday school at noon. Preaching
at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p. in.
Second , Saunders street-Rev. Win. R.
Henderson , pastor. Services at 10:30 : a. m ,
and 7:30 : p. m. Sunday school nt noon.
Pining peoples' meeting at (1:30 ( : p. m.
Central UnionSeventeenth street between
Dodge and Capitol avenue. Rov. John Wil
liamson , pastor. Services nt llhlUl'a , m. nnd *
7:30 : ii. m. Sabbath school at noon. Young
peoples' prayer meeting nt 0:45 : Sabbath eve
ning. All are Invited.
Southwest , corner Twentieth and Leaven-
worth streets D. R. Kerr pastor , Morning
servicontlla.ni. Evening service nt 7:1)0 : )
p. m. Sabbath school at 12:15 : a. m.
Young men's meeting at (1:45 ( : p , in. Prayer
meetlni ; Wednesday evening nt 7:30. :
Teachers' meeting 8:30 : p. m. Wednesday
evening.
Fiist United , (112 ( North Eighteenth street
Rev. E. B. Graham , pastor. Public wor
ship at 10:30 a. in. mid 7:30 : p. m. Sabbath
school at noon. Young peoples' meeting at
0:45 : p. m.
Park Avenue United , corner of Park nve-
nue and Grant streel. Hev. J. A.Henderson
pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 : n.
in , mid 7:30 : p. in. Sabbath school at noon.
All invited.
First German , on Eighteenth and Cuming
strccth .l. G. Schaiblo pastor. Divine ser
vice nl 10.31)a. ) m. and 7:30 : p. m. Sabbath
school at 12 m. Bible and ( prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening at 7:30. : Germans
me nfvited. Strangers made welcome.
Cnstellnr Street , Sixteenth and Castcllar
streets. Preaching at 11 n. in. and 7:30 :
p. m. by the pastor , Rov. J. M. Wlls-on.
Sunday school at 3 p. in. Young peoples'
union at li:45. :
Westminster. Twenty-ninth mid Mason
streets. Preaching by the pastor , Rov. John
Gordon , nt 10:30 : a. in. and 7:30 : p. m. Sunday
school at noon.
Hamilton Street , Hamilton street neap
Lowe avenue William J. Palm , pastor.
Sabbath services at 10:30 : a. m. and 7:30 : p. in.
Sabbath school at 12 m. Wednesday prayer
meeting nt 7:30. :
Ambler Place Rev. G. M. Lodge , pastor.
Services at 2:30 : p. m. Sunday school at330 ;
p. m.
m.United
United Presbyterian Mission , Twenty-
sixth and Ca s streets Rev. John William
son , pastor. Sabbath school at 3:30 : p.m.
Preaching by paster at 40 : ! ! p. m.
South Omaha , corner Twenty-fifth and J
streets Rev. G. M. Lodge , pastor. Services
at 10.45 a. m. Sunday school at 12 m.
Itnox , 1010 Lake street Sabbath school nb
12 m. and preaching services at 10:30 : a.m.
and 7:30 : p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:30. : Rov. Paul Martin , pastor.
First , corner Dodge nnd Seventeenth
streets Rov. W. J. Hnrshn , pastor. Ser
vices at 10:30 : and 7:45. : Young people's
meeting at 7:00. : Sabbath school at 12 in.
Rev. William A. Henderson , pastor of the
Second Presbyterian , will deliver In the
evening t lie second lecture on "Tho Life and
Timi'K of Jonah. "
At Ihu Hanscom Park M. E church , Rev.
George M. Brown will tuko for his subject
Sunday morning , ' 'Thy Will Be Done" ; even
ing , "Christ Before Pilato. "
V. M. C. A.
Young Men's Christian Association , Wil
liams block , corner Fifteenth and Dodge
streets Sunday services : Bible class 0:15 :
n. m. , Study of Romans , Jail service ut 1
p. m. Gospel meetings nt 4 p. m. Good
singing nnd short remarks. All are wel
come , Young men's meeting Thursday oven-
at 8 p. m. All young men cordially invited.
Noon day meeting each week day between
12 mid 1 o'clock. On Saturday at 12 o'clock
study of the Sunday school lesson for thu
following Sabbath. All are welcome ,
subject , "How to Get Acquainted in the
Church. " In the evening Rev. J. W. Phelps
will occupy the pulpit and administer the
sacrament of the Lord's supper ,
will bo sung the an them : "Lord , My God.
Behold und Hear Me ; " for alto solo mid
chorus , from Mendelssohns1 Thirteenth !
psalm , and at the ofTnTtory thu soprano eolo :
"Hear my Prayer , " by the same composer.
At the 4 o'clock service will bo sung the an-
Ihem : "Lord for Thy Tender Mercies' Sake , "
by Fnrrant , and at the offertory will bo sung ,
the baritone solo , "Tlio Psalms , " by Fauro.
Good beats reserved for strangers at all ser
vices.
Tlio Corner In Copper.
New York World : Tlio copper syndi
cate whobo huiuUjuurtors nre in Paris la
nnt operating n trust , but simply sus
taining u protracted corner by control-
hit'tor * n certain term the output of
about 75 per cent of the mining opera
tions in that metal throughout tlio
world. Its future is not especially
promising , though it inny intiko consid
erable money for a lime ,
There is U6 per cent of the product
which it does not control now , and the
supply of copper in this country alone
in undeveloped dopoaitn is .practically
inexhaustible , Tlio result of the high
prices which the syndicate must sus
tain in order to curry out its plans
will bo a coiifctantly increasing yield
from both old and new mines. It will
have to take so much of tliib yield that , {
sooner or later , the load will bo too ' *
heavy/or / it to boar , mid it will go the \
wav of most cornerera.
'i'hitt will bo the inevitable consequence
quence if the syndicate does not posbCBH
an unubual power of centring operation
before it iu too lute. Meanwhile the
copper production will be HO stimulated
that the metal \vill eventually ho
cheaper than ovor. This , however ,
does not prevent the temporary
economic injuries inflicted through the
rnanipuUiUun of the bcheiuu.
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