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UIH OA1H0 UAIJjY BULLETIN Tl KSDAY, AVIUh :!-, 187a. !
1. J. -1H,I-
JOHN II. OBEULY, PROPRIETOR.
Preaching, Habbuth m ldi a.m. und "J p.m
I'reyer mcotlmr, Wednesday at 7! p. m.
-ilitatli achool, n p.m. J.M. l.andcn, Sti
liuiniLviKiuni. i.r.v, ii. i iia YKII, I'astOr
Preaching. .Sabbath at 10) a.m.. nnd 7 n. in
Prpycr meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
.sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. V. MlllvvrlJ,
superintendent. Hkv. F. I.. TiioMrsov
Tin: m:i)i:i:mi:ii-(K'Imo. j
Morning prayer?, f abbath 101 a.m.
hvculiiK prayers, 7 p.m.
sabbath school. 0 a.m.
Ukv. K. Co an, Hector.
BT. PATRICK'S ClICKCH-Nluth ht. nml
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 And 10J a.m.
PMll!l, 7 11,111.
babhnlh Redout. 'J p.m.
feenku every day, t n.tn.
ItKV.F. J. O'ilALUiItA.v, Priest,
JOSEPH'S CHl'llCII.-.niiaii ,.or
r lit ullillt nml Cri tl ui.
i every snbliatn at 10 o'clock a. m.
v esier, a p. m.
Ma, during week days, R icluck u. m.
I!i:v. C. JIofim v.v, Priest.
street between Washington Avenue and
Preaching .Sunday mm mm: at 10 o'clock,
cabbath school ut 2 o'clock p.m.
.., Itr.v. C Hi-i:iisciini:ii, I'a.iiir
Ol'NU MEN'S CHRISTIAN AasoUA
J 1UN'. Regular meeting second .Monday
radi month at their room over Rockwell
A' Co s book store, Commercial atomic.
M rckly Prayer iikcHim, Friday, ? p.m.al
I.. V. STIl.t.WKI.l., President.
SECOND Mls-IONARY RAPTInT
II L ItCJl I. Corner Sycamore nml Forty
lir.t streets. Pleaching sabbath at ll
o'clock a.m. and 3 o'clock p. in.
Sunday .School 1 o'clock p. m.
Tho church Is connected with the lltlnob
Association, by the l"Irrt MIUin.irv llati
tlt Church ol I alro.
JtK V.i (-OI.OMON l.EONAIU), Pastor,
AUtlCA.V Mi:TIIOlI.ST.-,Fourtcfiitli, bo
twcin Walnut-rind Cedar.
Service", Sabbath, 11 a.m.
sabbath s'chool. 1) p.m.
(. I tun mceU at 3 p.m.
fc econd rui:i: wii.i, HAi'TisT'-nr.
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service" sabbath. 1J and .1 p. in.
HfcV. N". ItiCKH, I'ator.
fitni: wn.i. itAi'Tisr homk mission
HAIIUAT1I .c 1IOOI.. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Htrect".
Sabbath School, 11 a.m.
nitsT FltlJi: WILL IIAI'TIST CIlL'HCII
-( urn ' llirrack
St n Ices, Sabbath 11 a.m., .1p.m. .t7Ji. in.
Hkv. Wm. K i:i.lj:v, FufUir.
Flit. MInsIONAUY IIAI'TIST CIIUUCII.
-.edar. between Mntli and Tenth St.
l'reachlu Subbath, loi a.m. and 7 p.m.
1'raycrineetlnir. Wednesday otului;.
I'reachln, Friilay Mtelillif;.
sabbath school, 1J p.m. John Vanll.ixter
and Mary s'U'phent.Mipetiiitundentii.
lti:v. T. .1. siiuitiM, I'uttor.
SECOND IIAI'TIST CUUHCH-Fonrtccnth
Street, between Cedar Mid Walnut. The
only Itaptirt church recognized by IhoAn-
service, Sabbath, 11 a.m. .1 p,m. anil 7 p.m.
Itrv. J a Co n UltAiiLKV, Klder.
SKOKET OH U KUS.
CAlilO COMMANDKUY, No. 13.-Stntcd
Af-embly at tlie A.-ylcimMaj-oiilc 1 1 all, Uit
and third Mondavi, In each month.
C'Alllu COL NUI., No.'JI. nebular Convo
cation at Maonlu Ilall, tliu econd Friday
In each month.
CAlItO CHAl'TKIi NO. 71.-I!csular Con
ocatfou at MaMiuU' Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every mouth,
IAIHO I.ODOK, No. 'iJ7 F..t A. M.-Hej;u.
lar CommunlcaUouji at Manmlo Hall, lliu
econd and fuurth .Mondays or each mouth.
AI.F..YANIi:it UJUOK, .'21-Meetn In Odd
Fellow k' Hall, In Arter'n building, every
Tli u rid :iy cveulii)' at 8 o'clock.
Oovcrnor .lohn I.., lleveridgc.
Secretary of state (ieorsu 11. IlarUiw.
Auditor of State C. 1 Upplncott.
State Treaurer Ca'por Itut..
Attorney (icneral .lame K. I.dall.
Stipt. I'ubllc Inttructlon-Ncwtoii llatcmau
Senator ltlehard .1. Ogle.-hy and John A.
Heprcxentutlve Klgbtceuth Illntrlct Ikicc
MKMHKILS OKNKlTAl. ASisKMIH.Y.
Heprecntatlvc In the UnU dMriet.'
John 11. Oberly, Win. A. I.emma and .Math
ew J. Incorc.
senator for tho Mth di-trlct. Jcso Ware.
Judge 1. J. lkiker, of A'oxitnder.
State'ii Attorney 1'atrlck II. l'opf.
clerk-It. S. Yociim.
Sherirr-A. II. Irvln.
Win. Murtln Awwor ami Treasurer.
Judge F. Hro.
An'ociatcs J. V.. ikCrlto and S. MarchlN
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Gasman.
M UN ICll'Al. U0X KUNM KN T.
Mayor John M. I.ansden.
Treasurer 11. A. Cunnitigliatn.
Comptroller H. A. Ilunielt.
Clerk Michael llowley.
.Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney 1 II. l'opn.
I'ollco Magistrates F. llross and 11. Sl.nn
Chief of Police I,. II. Myen.
Mayor .lohn M. I.ansden.
Flrt Ward-1'. O. Sclntli.
Second Ward C. It. oodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth W'ard-S.StaijU Taylor.
Clty-at-Large-W. P. jlalllduy mul I.
UOAlin OK AI.DKK.MES.
First Ward Jauien ltcurden, A. 11. Saf
lord, Isaac Wnlder. '
Second Ward-It. II. Cunningham, K. Un
der, O. Stancel, . lames Swayne.
Thfrd WardWm. Htratton, J. It. J 1.IU J.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. Itoblntou, (1. II.
Sca.e, J. II. Metcalf.
U. WAHDNEll, M. 1).
Olllco and UcMdenco 111 Commercial avo.
nttc, (next door to thu Atlienciim).
DR. 1. U. TAUEIl,
AVllI rcsumo the practice ol lili procwlon
with Vtpcclal reference to tho clcctrle v
Scatinent ot dlseahcs In all the new and Im
proved mothods of application.
V In all caseii of femalo complaints ady
Will be In attendance. ,
Ofllce, 12a Commercial avenue, up
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
EfilDENOE Nn, tl Thirteenth tncl, u
. lAn WiLiihlnitnn AVimuaKQd St.lnUt lUCC.,
C8 UdOomniorcUlaTonu-, up talr.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
rE8tDENCB-eornorNlnth and Walnut it.
rvoffloe corner SlxtV. itreet and Ohio lotee,
Offlo bouri froni o .m, to 12 in,, and V p.m
?T?5C:E3' '"Xil.E'rXlT B-D-XXiJDIG-, CO
, rvll I IUAL.
' J I'tii i i I'vi' ivn,
i ,H H'L'I LNT IOll
on ovHit Trunin
DOLLAU-3 LV KAVOH
OF OA 1. 1) WELL.
IMtOOLMATION DOING A WAV
.MHXT IN AUK AN
l'IFTKKNTII AMISJDMKNT CKMI
IWW TIM! PItKStDKNT AND FA M
ii.y a nr. i:i:oi.irKL in
a jl'ihimk.vt ron rAtrjWKLi..
Wasiiimitow, April S.--Thw uourt of
claim to-day rendered Jjgmrit ngalntt
tlio United State! In rver of ox-Sn.lor
Ualdttoll, for J580MWQ on oontrtot fr
army truutportntiori In Nbraka in 1HIU,
Cliif..!u.tlc Drake diMontod.
Tho onrnniUtlorier of Indian bu'jIm b
i-one to :few York to open bid for furnlih
lilt; Indian annuity goodi tad lutuhlonco
uppliM for the onialng Ceal year. The
bid for annuity godi will bo opensd to
morrow, ami thoio Hir tubtlitenco luppliM
a iiio-.'Uih init.
DipnAXuiiKitET inn oxTmreD.
Litilk Hok, April J1 (Jov. Uaitcr
ha iuued n proclamation dHilkriag tho
ratillcation ol the coafti(ulional nmend
inent doinp away witliiHtrranchisement.
A bill pMil tho enUto-dy, donating
Iho forfeited laudi of tho State to cerUln
TltK STKAill'.OAT INSrECTOIU.
W ASHINOTO.N, 1). C., April '.'1. Tho
Hoard of Supervising ijtoarnhrt Inspect
ors expect to complete the rev- -ion of tic
general rule by "Wtdneadny.
The departmont of State bt received in
formation to tho effect th4 C.ooo square
Icet of space has been allotted tothoAmer
ican departmental the Vienna Ixpositlon,
nnd that artiilos from tho Unltod Ptates
for the exhibition bo received till thu KHh
of Juno next. 1
Htcuvmi April ill. The anniversary
of. the proclamation of tho Fifteenth
amendment waj colebratod hero to-dav
with more than usuil pomp, by the col
ored peopla. The proenstion was tho larg
est ovor vritnesiod in Khmond on nny
occasion, the lino extending abiut a milo
and u half.
THE laWAI'BoF THE MODiC-n.
WAanisoT0.v, April '-'I. In u conver
sation to-day Secretary Ddlano -aid thnt
should tho MoJocj eionpe from the Lava
beds, he did not helhvu thoy would form
a coalition with other bauJs for hostile
purpose, ai thero aro no unfriendly
InJians in that neighborhood.
' AN KKltOlt.
It appe.ys thu reported rasign-ition of
fciocrctary Djluno arose from a typo
graphical error, his namo having been
printed for that of DcLong.
TIIK I'!kIIII.NTIAL IVAIITV.
.St. I,oui.( April 21. Tho president,
3tra. Grant nml Iiss Nellie accompanied
by about sixty gentlomen nnd Iadie, went
on nn excursion to Kirkwood, ono of sub
urbs of the city, fourteen miles out on tho
Pacific railroad, to-day. From Kirkwood
tho party took tho branch lino
of thu Atlantic nnd Pacific road to
Caromlclet, wlioro they niado Inspec
tion of tho iron furnace, roll
ing mills, etc. Ther.co thoy wero
taken to tho rcsidencoof Hon. llunry T.
Mow, whero thoy, woro joined by another
parly of about 'Ai lending citizens, und
nftor partaking of an JMegant luncheon,
nturnod to tho city by tho Iron Moun
KBCEl'TIOK TO MIM NiW.l.lC.
To-night n rocoption was given to Miss
Nellie, ut tho residence ul Indian Com
missioner Campboll, which, nlthuugh
private, was numerously attended. Later
in tho evening a lorenado was given to
Uio president ut tho samo place. Tho
UEcr.iTios or tuk i'isbsiuknt
At hU old homo has beon both hearty nnd
cordial, nnd participated in by pcoplo of
nil parties nnd classcn.
Accompaniod the oxcursion party to-day,
and with his secretary loft for Hot
Spring, Arkansas, to-night.
A TKHIlIIlLi: KAI.I
OliicAuo, April 21. A fatal nccident
occurred nt l'ulmor's now hotel, Stato und
Monroo strocts, to-dny. A platform upon
which two men woro at work, near tho top
of tho building, glvo way and precipitated
them to tho first lloor. Ono of them, I).
Otis, was instantly klllud. The other had
both legs broken.
Tho Exchange holol, Now Hartford,
Iown, burned Inst night. lMt $1,000. In
iiin..ii.r.i,iU nprii si, in a gamo
of baso bull to-dny thu Philadelphia club
defeated tho Athlotics, 11 to a,
S.HZUi.E (JF A TRUNK OK
IT CONTAINS NEAKLV
QUAHTEIt OF A .MILLION
P IN DIP.TY
A IIIO II At I..
New Yoiik, April 21. The rrfovery
of noarly HiinrtejMf n million dollars to
tho IT nlted States which had been obtained
by iIoDonnell,'tillal Illdwell, nnd asso
ciates, In tho lato Hank of Hnglnud for
geries, was edectud to-day, tho facts con
cerning which sire ns follow: t)n tho iith
of .March last, n trunk jwid to contain
wearing apparel, old and in use, was de
Jivored nt thootlloo of the North Atlnntic
Hxpress company, London, by n person
oallimj; himself C. J.os.ing of Tunbridge
AVoll,'Kngland, and nddreSKid to Major
(ieo. .MathuWii, New York, to bo kept in
bond nt the express otBce, No.
71 Hrondwiy, New York, until
Callod for. Tho trunk was duly forwarded
by the oxpresi conipxny,and reached Now
York by tho rteamship Cuba, which ar
rived May 20, n-swis kept in bond by
tho company nj per instructions, till Sat
urday, when a wow! am calling herself Mr.
(Joo, Miilhowa presented an order for its
delivery nt tho cxpreia otDso duly signed
by Geo. Mathews. In tho tneanlimo tho
counsellor tho Hank of Knglaud had re
ceived sfemo information in regard
to tho tro'W, which .'led to IU
detention by tho company till
to-day, when ft was taken possession of
under order of tho supremo court, by Na
thaniel Jarvis, Ki , reoelver in tho Hank
of llngiaud forgtry cc, nnd on being
opened and examined wui tyund to con-
tsLin a quantity or wearing npparel, old
and in use, twy gold watohes, sever si
mitot.incous nrtiolos, and three packagos
of Uniied Statos 5-20 and? 10-111 bonds,
rolled up in soiled linen, amounting in all
to 4220,940. TtK' bonds were found to bo
identical in ' m, amounts und num
bers, with .hoso advertised by the
Hnk t . Hnglund to have been
obtained by the indwell forgers ; and in
the trunk wcro found various cards, nnd n
card plato with tho r.aine of George Hid-
wellalso variety of fffluorjindums, etc,
showing conclusively that it had been
shipped by nnd belonged to him. Out of
the 5300,000 obtained from tho Hank of
England by vheso forgorios, nil but about
$30,000 has now been recovered.
ItEl'EI'TION OF THE NEW CAT-
TAIN UENEHAL OF Cl'UA
IIEIIOTESTO FINISH THE
SUSPENSION OF A P.M Y OPEHA-
TIONS AT SU.MATHA.
Captain ocvekal pikltalv.
Havana, April 19. Tho new captain
genornl of Cuba, l'ieltain, arrived yester
day, and was received with tho usual cer
emonies. Upon tho landing ax immenso
concourso of citizens was present to wit
ness tho disembarkation. Not n cheer
was uttered, not evon for Spain, whon tho
now captain general passed by tho crowd,
owing to tho rumors circulated
that tho Hepublicans intended to
make a demonstration. Tho republic-
cans, howov.cr, lirmiy denied any inten
tion of doing nny thing of tho kind. (Jen.
Pieltains first measure will probably bo
tho ordering of elections for deputies to
tho cortos. At u reception given, tho
now captnin genornl said hu hoped ho
would soon be alio to finish tho rebcllltn
with tho aid of tho Itoyalists.
Tun Hauuk, April 21, Tho govern
ment has roccivod dispatches from Suma
tra announcing that at a council of war
boforo Alchcn, It was resolved to suspend
oporntions by land until autumn, as tho
monsoon rondcred tho receipts of supplies
from Seaward prcharious. lllockado of
city, howovcr, will bo maintained till re
sumption of active hostilities.
Ciiiiaih), April 21. Snowing hard
here slnco 7 o'clock p in,
"Wasiiinuto.v, April 21. Probabilities
A disturbance of some inngnitudo, appar
ently to dovolopo in tho Eastern and Cen
tral portions of tho gulf of Moxico for
Tuesday. In Southorn Stntoi continued
w.irin, Bovtliwardly winds, with hazy und
partly cloudy wcatlior nnd passibly rain.
On tho coast of Texas n storm of eomo
niagnitudo will xtond slowly eastward
from tho Lowor Mississippi Valley toward
Illinois, und tho Upper Lukes. For tho
Lowor Lakes, winds veering to tho North
cast, with clouJy weather. For tho Mlddlo
Atlantic States, winds back to Southwest,
with rising temperature For Now Eng.
lundnnd Now Yold, northwest wind,
partly cloudy nnd cleariug wouthor,
Cautionary signals ordorcd for Iiulmh,
( Chicago, Mihvnukoo und Uritud Haven. ,
33. 12TH 8TEEETA.WD aVBNTTB
ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. APRIL 22, 1373?
Hire nnd fall ol the ltl"tr
Fortt hours on ding if p. m., April 21, 187.1,
I on Kent in
David v HAitNirrr.
Obenor Sit. Ser. C. S. A.
LoruviLLL', April 21. Hivor falling
slowly with 10 foot I InchtM in tho canal,
o iiioi -i inoiiM in oniiie. win trior warm
and oloar during the da; but raining this
N.UIIVII.I.K, April. 21. J'.iver fulling
nrnH ii-Bi inrgn on iiarpein sbouis. Ar
rived .Silverthorne, Kvunsville; l.umsden,
Cairo. Departed Hilverthoriif, Kvuns
villej Lumsden, Cairo. Weather clear
St. Lou, April 't. -Arrive 1: Alice
nnd Minnie, Misourl Kiver; Fleming,
Friendship, Mnhawk und Hobb, Illinois
Hiver; Susio Silver, Shruveport; Hob Hov,
Keokuk; Ames, N'cw Orleani; Uran'd
Tower, Memphis. Departed: Hertram, St.
1'rtul; Andy .luhnson, Keokuk; New Hoi
ton, IWia; Denn, Klliolt, Mohawk nnd
Walt, Hod Hlver; Minnesota, Galena; Co
wan; Fitt-burgh. Hiver falling slowly.
Clear, windy and warm.
J.ittlk Hock, April 21. AVoathor
clear and pleasant- irtVor fulling with 7
fret 0 inchei of wator. Arrived: Clnrks
villo, New Orleans. Departed: John
Howard, Now Orleans; Anna Memphis.
Mkmpiiik, April 21. Weather clear.
Hiver declining. Arrived: James Parker,
Andy Damn. Cincinnati; Julia, St. Louis.
Departed: (Jn-at Hepublic, Hulle Memphis
St Louis: Lallslle, lied river, C D Church
ClNUXNATI, April 21. Hivor 27 nnd
fallin?. Arrived; IInry Prodasro, .Morn
pbis; H It Iludcon, Wheeling. Departed:
Sam .1 Hale, New Orleans.
l'lTTSlimo. Anrll 21. Hivor remain-
nbout stationary scant 8 feet wator chan
nel. Arrived: Cnrrlo drools. "Whcelim?:
nnd tow-boaU Fred. Wilson, No. 2, Jno.
Dippold nnd AVhale. No Daparturcs.
Fair progress bein mado wrecking sunk
en steamer Now stale. Cloudy nnd cool.
New Yoni;, April 21. Fiou.- modor
ate request and steady, tunor western
$5 70(ii J5; common to-tholco $0 76
b 55? Vhltt wheat X Si 50(7,110 6y.
AVhlskoy unchanged nt 'Jlc. AVheat shade
firmer und in uiodora'.o demand; No 'J
oy trio Chicago nnd Northwestern rail
road sells nt il 55l 00; red winter
$1 80g)l S5; amber western Si 00; white
winter 53 10. Uyo unchungoil. Harley
dull. Corn fairly i.ctlvo nnd n shsdo
firmer; new mixed western Ct."f2C7Jfj old
ttoro 0llC5Jo; yollow western C7f,07Jc.
Oats in fair rcquen and firmer; now
mixed western fisfiljc, whitodo 5l(S;D0c;
black western COfCajc. Cofl'eo firm; rio
liJIQlOJc. Sugur Irregular; refining 7J
8c. Molassos firm. Pork rlrmer; new
mess $19 102)1'. primo iikh $18.
Heef steady and unchangod. Cut meats
unchanged. Middles easier, long clear
t'Je; short clear 10c. Lnrd lirmor; west
ern stenm $6 60; kettle $9 C2J(,9 C7J.
Cmicjoo, April 21. Flour ijulet nnd
unchanged; extra spring 6 75g0 60.
Wheal higher but unsettled; cash nomiii
nil v; No 2 spring PJc; regular seller May
1 -52j23; closo.1 1 2iJ; No 3 1 101.
Corn excitod und highor; No 2 mixed SSu;
spot 89c seller May. Oats in fair demand
and advanced; No 2 2t'c regular cash;
-'9ja eller May. P.yo ipilet und un
changed. Whisky buyora und sellers
apart bOJc bid; Hi asked. Provisions
buoyant but unsettled. Pork excited und
higher; closing nt 70c per bbl oil' thu best
buyer of tho day; eoller Juno sold up to
19 '.'0; closed IS 50. Eird in fair demand
Oold up to Sfl 20; closed $'J 12ft; cash
nominally atSj:. Hulk meuts In good do
mnnd, lull prices nro otroring light,
llacoti quiet and unchanged.
Memphis, April 21. Cotton dull nnd
unchanged; gocd ordinary ICc; low mid
dling 17c; receipts ')V shipments 3IC5;
stock ;!s,77f. Hour dull and nominal.
Corn In good demand nt full prices 61
6.1c. Oats quint and unchanged, 40(ii,llc.
II ny dull ut $2020. llran dull and nom
inal. Hacon in fair domnnd and firm ut
8)10 1 c. hard qulot nud unchanged; re
fined !jl0 25. Fork scarce und linn; $18 25
Nnw Orlkan", April 21. Flour di'll
7 OOfijB 60; family hqio. Csrn udvnncod
mixed nnd j ullow &7c; whito CPfCO. Oats
advanced 45c, Hrali ndvancod 7t(i80.
liny dull' prime 'J l; cliolo 27. Pork ad
vanced Jo; mos4 I be. Dry Salt Moa;s firm
"(iiJCiOi bacon firmer S101; noclesr rib;
hums 1 1. Lnrd, rogned, linn; tierce 9c;
keg 05010. Sugar, dull, fair to fu'ly fair
PQ;8J. Molasses, common fermenting 35c;
cootl 30p7)l5o. Whiskev, dull nt WOlp.
Sr. Louik, April 21. Flo ir depressed,
and prices nro woak and falling oil.
Wheal lowor nnd Hat; hardly nny sales
reported; samplo lots choice soft spring
sold nt SI 307 33; No 3 red full 65o In
olovntor; samplo lots No 2 1 70. Corn
netivo nnd higher; No 2 mixed nc3Clc;
vollow nflont 35c. Oats buoyant and a
fraction hldlicr; No '-' mixed illc. llarloy
unchnng. Hyo iunctivo and unsteady nt
C508c. Sacked pork netivo at n sharp
advance; at a close standard held 18Jc;
spot 19e. Juno dry salt meats higher and
very firm; loose clear rib 9?e; clear sides
0o. lUcon buoyant nnd hlghor; should
oh toller May 7 jc; clear sldos seller Mu
101c on orders; shoulders 7c; clear rib
8ii. Lard still' and higher for prime, hot
tio 81(2)8) fj primo ileum soller Juno Pc.
Whisky llltlo offering, small sales woro ut
J'KICK CUISUEST OKPIOII, 1
Cairo, Tuosdny, April 21, 1873.
Tim market is without chango worth
ryjtlng, II ny Is arriving freely, and tolls
q liU) readily to supply tho order demand.
Thoro is no shipping demand nt ull.
Thoio Is u firmer reollng In mixed com
to-day with very llltlo demand, Dultords
very scarce and choice would command
almost nny prico to-dny. Kggi aro quiet
nnd firm at 12lc Wonthor warm. HI v.
era falling nnd frolghu unchanged.
wur reports or saloi aro made up from
aotMl trnnsaclloni on 'Chango, and may
b rolled on as showing tho correct condi
tion of tho market. A large amount of
(train and produce has boen sold outsldo.of
which wu haro no report.
feWCorroipondcnts should bear In
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
othorwiso stntod, and that in filling small
, orders higher prices must bo,'pald.j(9f
' FLOl'i: Wo nolo a slight improve
ment in tho demnnd, but thu market may
still bo quoted dull nnd overstocked
Sales, 200 bbls from mill 57 05; 100 bbls
from mill $9 50; 100 bbls dol 8 75: 100
bbls do ?9, nnd 100 bbls do til 70.
COHN MEAL Dull with largo stocks
on tho mnrket and buyers nnd sellers
apart. V o nolo n salo of 300 bbls steam
drlodjj 15 del.
HA V Tho mnrket displayed moro ani
mation than usual, the murkot being fully
supplied. Snlos I car Gilt Edgo tlmotliT
del ?20; 3 carscholco mixeddol 17; 1 car
do $17; 'J cars prime mixed dol flO 50; 1
car do $ 10 60, and 'J cars primo timothy
COHN Unchanged. Mixed Is held a
sbado higher to-day, but thoro is
nothing doing. Whlto is ;dull nnd
inactive Sales; cars mlxtd in
burlaps del 41c; 1 car yellow In
gunnies in elevator lie; cars.whlto in
ounnps 4 ic; 1 car whito In bulk 38c.
OATS Qulot. No domand to-day and
market clowd with 30c in bulk nnd 3Co In
sacks outsido figures. Sales C cars In
sacks, delivered 30c. 2 cars and 65 sacks,
sold(carly, delivered 37c,and 1 cardclivor
WHEAT Sales I car red $1 3.7.
DHAN Plenty and dull, wo noto a
sale of 1 car in sacks delivered $13 00
HUTTEH Market entirely bare of nil
kinds, no choice can bo found at any
prico, quotations nro nominally at 35c,
40t5c according to quality.
EUOS Firm nt quotations. Sales
wcro 3000 dozen shlppors' count 12Jc.
CIIICICENS-Supply full for tho do
mnnd. Prices for choice mlxod $3 to
$3 60 and choico hens $3 7JI.
APPLES Quiet. Wo noto n salo of
30 bbh choico $3 60l 00.
POTATOES-Unchanged. Peach Mows
quoted at $2, and s-voet potatoes $1 per
bbl. Sules wcro 38 bbls swoet potatoes at
PHOVISIONS-Market firm, and pri-
ccs nro n shade higher; transactions lim
ited. Sales 3 casks canvased lams sugar
curel ut lie. Quotations to-day nro
bacon shtuIdor packed 8c; clear sides
packed lOic, plain sugar cured hams UJc;
plain country curod do l2Jc. Lnrd in
tierces 7J8c; in kegs 0l0c. Mess pork
per bbl $17 50,
DEI EJJ FKUIT-Very llttlo doing.
Driod peachos are quoted at C5Jo and
dried npplcs 5c.
iiA.Mb Sugar curod canvasod, in
HUE A.K FAST DACON 11JI 2c.
SUGAH. Activo and selling PJJc for
cotfeo A ; llMJc for crushed, powdorcd
TEAS. imperial, 751 1!0; Gunpow-
dor, 751 25 ; Oolong black, 76$1 ;
Young Hyson, S11 -IU.
CUEESE. Good demand ; New York
factory "& lb 10Jl7c.
SYHUPS Tho demand U fair fnr
vuunu nv iwwr-i w gai anu now Orleans
PLASTEH1NG IIAIH. 36c V bushel.
ja.up.. in lots 1 i!5 to 1 60 V bbl.
CEMENT, At wholesale 50 V
GUNNlES.-Ko-sowod 2 bushels 18c;
3 bushels 20c.
IIUHLAPS. 2j bushels corn, 9J oz
15Jc; do 10 oz ICc; 4 bushels Oats 20c; 6
bushels 21c; C bushols 22c.
11 EES WAX. tilt 30c.
SOAP. Schaeller's German mottled
7jc; Chainpnign soap, 7 Jc.
TALLOW, V- lb 7c.
COFFEE Juva soiling at3C32c;
Laguayra 2125c; Hlo, prime to
choico 2 i25c.
DKOOMS. Dull; common houso sell
ut $1 00; choico and extra choico $3
3 76 ; steamboat $4 605 00.
FHEIGIIT Cotton, compressed, to
Now York, 85c; to Hoston, tl. Un
compressed, to New York, $1 1 1; to Dos
HATES To Now Orlouna and Vicks
burg! Potatoes, apple, etc, 40c; pork
$1; pound freights 20c per cwt; hay
$7 60 per ton; wuiskoy $1 40 per bbl.
TO .MEMPHIS Flour, eto36o perLbl;
pound freights 17Ja por cwt; hay C 00 por
ton whiskey 80c per bbl; pork 00c por
Hon. Dcinns llariics; it is stated, is about
to start an evening paper in llrooklyn,
which will bo neutral in politics and advo
(ien,ornl Cnnby having boen a mom
bcr of Iho Methodist church, and Hov. Dr.
Thomas Its book agent at San Francisco,
suitublo commemoration of their deaths is
to bo mado by the Preachers' Association
of Now York.
Tho other day it newspaper roportor
questioned .Mr. Joseph Modillifho would
run ngaln for Mayor of Chicago. Tho
Mayor replied; "Thero Isn't political, or
social, or pecuniary Inducements enough
in Chicago to hiro mo, not if tho unani
mous voto of ovory soul in tho city .were
added, 1 havo had enough."
llaron J.VonLlobig, whoso Investiga
tions into tho constitution of beef in 1850
led to tho modern system of meat oxtracts
and condensod iirllck'i of food, and wh
has for thirty years ranked ns one of tl o
selcntlflc leaders of Germany, diod In Mr
nleh last Friday. Ho would havo been 70
years of ngo on tho 12th of .May.
Tho New York papers nro Kill enga
ged In settling who was responsible for tho
1st of April Joko, which announced that
Professor Cantoll A. Ulglle-can tell a
big lio-would fly across Droadway, then
to tho top of Trinity steeple, and roturn.
Thousands assembled in tho vicinity of
tho slccplo only to bo disappointed, of
courso, and tho actors, William J. Flor
enco nnd Edward A. Southern arc charged
with tho pcrpotratlon of tho Joke.
Ned lluntllne, who manages tho In
dian stngo business, has cleared 130,000 so
quick. Dull'ulo Dill and Texas Jack each
rccelvo 1,000 n wcok nnd spend it like
lords. Jack has an Indian fondness for
gewgaws, llo bought of 'f lllany, in Now
York, n hugo gold chain, almost tho sizo
of a ships cable, nnd long enough to go
nrouna ins neck, for which he paid 1,000,
He also scoured the city for tho biggest
watch that monoy would buy, and ho got
ono, they say, ns largo as a spittoon. Ho
is now proparcd to astonish tho natives or
tho clleto European capitals.
And buy your
IL J ONE?,
for. Tenl.li etrret nml Cnniiuerrlstl A v.
I am now prepared to manufacture ull
"prlntf j leu. such a patent leather, morroco,
buck nud ralt-skln boots. .Shoe. Willi box
toes, cork and pump oIch, Scutch bottom,
nnd bevel edge or any other Myle you vlli.
1 am abo manufacturing nn'extra quality
of ladles' hoes. My material and work
manship arc warranted to be ot the bct. 1
am determined to not bo undersold lor the
samo quality of goods.
Impairing done neatly and on short
notice it. Jones.
Z, V. MATUUbS..
k. o .uui
MATHUSS & U11L,
Commissi on Mehc hantb
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Fit ED ROSE
NO. lOt COMMKnCIAL Avknuc,
French, .Scotch and American cnsslmcie
of all colors and beaver uud broad cloth
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In tho
And at tho lowest price. A tine lltand lint
clan, work guaranteed. Satlsluctlo In ull ro
11KA1, EMTATK AUKNSJ1 .
(J. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (HKCONI) VLOOH) OUIO LKVKR,
UUT AND SSLL llEAL ESTATK,
FURNISH ADSTKAOTS OF TITLK
Aa 1 pjp-.re OooTUf nie. ofUta ll!
John (. Iliiriuan. Cha-s. Thrtipp.
JOHN Q. IIA KM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
NortU Uor. cvl'Ulli Ht. huU Ohio I.rvca.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing mado a
specialty, Real K.stato bought aud sold,
HGT'laxes Paid, ete.
And Dealer tu
VEUKTAIII.KS. FIUIITS, EfldS, IJsJll)
FRU8U uurrEit, ETC.
B3T All Goods warranted Itesh, and sold
tho lowe.t prices.
Corner Oth St. andCommerclalAve.
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
NEVEU KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS',
l Oil TDK 1 EllMAMMXT CVMI t
c,l,J;J;ANI FEVER, HtMB AUUB
OH ANY FOltM OF INTEKMIT.
THE OIIEATEST D1SC0TERY OF THB
Thoro are no dlsca-cs so deblHUUnf fa
,".. ';,t,it'.t, tlie eonstltutfei ti tie
?i,p irj,,".'w no." ,n(,r() "fflcult to ure by
inc Uvu.il mode ur practice. The Fever aad
Ague Powder, win enict a cure asee i
tenth e In the forming stairei of the diieueJ
t.i.nty cm the dlea,e, totally tradlcatlB it
Why waste your money aud health in try
fill every medicine yon hear er, whin
rhompspii'' Fcv er and Ague Poifdefe Lave
never lulled to cure the tldlni in anyM.
REASONS WHY THEF ONLYSUOULI
Their rcDiitallnn I tnI,Ml, ti..
sands of testimonials have been retelTed,
showing tliarthene powders have perierraei
miracles In curing cases ot longiUndla.
many or them considered hopeleii.
Theru In mi risk In taklm thrm. TVi.w
contain nothing Injurious, and, tberefere,
none ol the llncprlnc tllscims aa cl.
reult of the many nostrums er the city.
Physicians recommend them ai mniriu f
ciulnlno or any other known remedy, (er
tliey leave the sVMein In a healthy state, aad
inc pancui hcyond tho probability er re
lapse. IIHWAHE OF COIINTEIIPCITSI Tk
(renulne aro put uri In square tin beiee.wltl.
tiiompson'8 feveu'and Aovxtovr.
lir.un mnmpcil on the lid, and the tlnatur
of fiioMi'soN A CnAwroKD on the wrapper.
.'u.,,.ia,i1,u9.,IUij u genuine.
R II E V M A T I U
ltliEUMATISM, N BUBAL
G I A, SPKAINS, ETC.,
GOOD F O J! St Ay OK BZAM1
This liniment hat earacd for ltselr a repu
tatlon unequalled In the history or exteraal
applications. SSTThousamU who now tilt.
icr irom riieumausm. nruralirla, etc., wel
Unit inimcdlato relief from all pain by utuu
this certain rcmcily. It li equally effectual
in tin, imnm, bcaius, snuneM or trie neer.
ore mroai, svvcllliifs, Inflamatlons, (test
iiucs, pams in ine sine, or back, liltetof spl
Jers or (.ting or inseet-.
One rulihlnK will tn all eases give
ntn TuUcf, and a few applications
On account or Its jvewerftil peuetratiwr
properties it U beyonddoubt the surest retn
V"J. or. ,nB mort troublesome diseases te
which horses and cattle are liable. It curet
scratches, old and fresh cuts or sores, charts
produced by the collar or saddles, Inturlte
caused by nails or splints enterini; the Cells
or hoofs, bru jes. sprains, sweener, sptTtm
thrush, nnd all diseases which deitrof tile
hoof or bones of the feet.
tSTFull directions aecomnany eitk fcot
tlc. The above aro prepared etuy by
CHAWFOKO A FOBM.
, 141 Market Strett, rhUadelpolt.
And sold bv storukcanara irnrllr lhrnw
out the country. 1-28 It tt-e-w
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An Illustrated 3ronthly Journal, (utiTertallr
admitted to be llis flandiomeit X'erlotV
leal In tho orld. A Jtepretauta
the und Champion efAsaer
'! lor Nnle In Ilook or News ItotrsM.
Notwitlntninlhiic the Increase In the price
or subscription last rail, when the Aldlnt a
sumcd Its present noble proportions aDd rep
roentntho character, the edition will nere
than double tho pa-t year; proving that Use
Americuu public appreciate a sincere el
fort In tho cause ol Art. The piihUtkert
anxious tojustlfy tho ready coiuldeiicethut
demonstrated, havo exerted themsulret to
the utiuokt to develop and lui)rnve"Uie
nor; aim mo plan ior me coining ytar,
as uiitoldud liy the month fy lwniet, still at
unii iieiiiriii uyiiii mo luoi
iriends ot the Aldine
The Aldlnu will
rcproducn eissoplss (
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In advunco lor tho year TJ, will rttelre,
vv ithiiut additional chunre, a pair f beauQ
ml oil chromos. atlor J. J. Hill, the earnest
KiikIMi painter. The picture!, entlU'ri
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ut competition In ovory departneat, the
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signature or the publishers, vuaracteeUAf
that thu chromos (lull ven d shall be equal te
tho samples furnished the aflat,
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free to tho subscribers to a Ave dollar peri
odical, will maik un epoch In the atttery el
Art and, considerlmr the unpreeedintejl
cheapness or the price lor ihe Aldlna tUtll,
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oven to those be.t acquainted wtU the
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proved mechanical appliance!. (Far lllua
trations of these chromos, tee Neveembtr U--sue
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