Newspaper Page Text
!FIR8T TEXAS BALES
im AT HOUSTON.
In Still Takes Iho Prrinlnm-
Darkoy's lJcnth Tho
Inly !fcr-A negro named
(lied Inst nlulit, Tlieru
fcry (jtiirtllng about liim,
110 murricei n wiuie wo-
jicn slid ilietl ho succeeded
lOtnor whlto Woninti to
He lmd uvernl children.
Id very ignorant.
kint'll to-day refused tone-
the asphalt bids, and or-
lltcet, as well as all the
It with grnyul.
ir wio loinin consecuuvo
lined tho flivjt bale of coi
ls arrived tfltnultiineously
fc30 i.m. No. 1 was from
kiiiiiiui. jjuwilt county.
P. W. House, and brought
tuo coiion exennnge.
t tYinillMllll. OS Ul.,
to llichardson &. May,
It weighed -187
Kvas irom (.. JiarucKc,
Iv. cons iirncd to M.
Iglied 31S pound.M, chused
liittry and was wold to
jrlUO, who shipped it to
kily 0. The Episcopal
bversy which lias irrown
Igh church tendencies of
KltclUe, pastor of the
ic Ascension, and which
jrved to draw out a letter
in tlie bishop of the dio-
jiher sensational fen (tire
yesterday. Tile rector,
iu uiiii'iiiug nurviuu au
nt tho conclusion of tho
ietn mass would be said
f Daniel Fountain who
in Lake Michigan in the
f May. Tho anhotince-
requlein was apparently
unced step toward Ho-
caufce even the parish
iVscension to rebel who
.stood by the pastor, and
io congregation leit tne
he meantime, at; the re-
h was postponed for a few
eiteveu tnnt tne uisnop
compelled to order the
H&stor for Infrimrement of
mill Walks About "While
lug Ms Ilrnhis.
July !). Sain Coolc, the
a lit of jealous lago shot
ed. a colored uitl. at
)uri, last Thursday oven
en fciiot himself, and sub-
uded nursuit. was cud
fylny and taken back to
lid attempt to Kin Himself
g tlie girl, lie nretl two
ins Head, one ot which
oth hemisDlieies of the
otlier penetrating one
.jjnnel both now are inside
f Notwithstanding tlieso
dpi both of which tlie brains
Hi considerable quantities,
nalited in the! woods from
leiuug iimiioiiiiuuy uiurn-
ate a very nearly meal,
iially, and walked three
be place he was captured,
nysicians, However, gay
ve. Tlie girl still lives,
Sftrt frouuthp dict of, the.
i enteivd the back of her
rjttKed under and into her
herlluiiipus Willi Her Divorced
pjnly 0. Guiteau's sister
M another action in tlie
Ins county against her di
dand, Geo. S. Scovllle, ask
J)0 restrained from visiting
if nbocle and from defraud
her property; that he be
to contributo to her support
flier child and to give her
n's elt'octs. Slio claims to
orte-d herself and daughter
taking and kept the child in
ialjis of the Duel.
... . .,
uon oi supporters oi mo
I to uio toliowinjr analysis
duel. TliucKeray lilinseit
anything moie incisive
Ma duel continues to till tlie
although there is nothing
and speculation to print.
d Elam is at Uarrisburg,
I tne lieutenant-governor,
llteel States district alter-
mrso Jitin. Tbo tmilot
ished out of his norson,
sely to recover in good time,
l horts ot rumors uroaiioat
ondition being "criticu."
.Ualtimoie being lionized
ay. lie is in a toierauiy
me of mind, and tlie last
mm witn one ot josh
ooks to divert his miner
npiation of Elam lying on
f pain, on his face, in tho
Hion. Tlie region is all. agog
Rinen, and it is seriously ele
t tlie leadjusters will re
ft sufferer for his valor
wgreenwood tree. He wl 1
Ailed "Colonel." Inasmuch
4Jnd will only compel the
rite his editorials on mantels
ha work in n standing no
$, while the reward Seems
rare, but there Is no noetotint
tlie action of tho Virginia
t.Jla interesting to notoj that a
f r who did not even see flhe
ia only person arrested for
sin what the law maltes a
i Serious Accident.
f ten and eleven o'clock yes-
mug a man iinuieu miner
narrowly craned belmr
deatli, in a sewer trench on
reet, near tho St. Charles
uguiss was cmiiloved exoa-
itlie pipe, and was In a stoop
Ion when the aide of tlie
red in, completely envelop-
In its treacherous folds,
'laborers Instantlv hurried
tanee, but tho weight of the
1 rook had paitly nnralyed
lid, it is tliouL'lit. iniured
iially. He viai taken to his
house on tlie sonaro and
lid ktimmoiied. The mnu.
Rlangorously is very seriously
pt will take several weeks
fan reauino work.
iiumber of buyers and sellers
inees nave been uieticteei lor
FOLQEB HIS JPRIKm
HOW HILL STOOD IN WITH THE
1'olKcr AVtitilil "tllto for llnrttutt, itoljblns
.V Co., to Hmo ttic CJontrnct."
Hero's Jloio nicliiic.
Washington, D. C, .Inly 0. Cole
man opened the proceedings in tlie
Hill Jnvcstigntlou by tho prtHeutnlioii
of ti number of Jtartlclt, Hobbius &
Co'fl contrncts. As ho oiiered thd Hrat
contract, he explained that tho prose
cution did hot claim that the con
tracts were not nil light.
They did wish to show that they
had been without competition; that
Uartlett, Hobbius t Co. got nearly nil
of them, and had been corruptly and
unlawfully favored in the award of
contracts lonsupplylng heating appar
atus for public buildings.
U. S. Tot ten asked if the counsel
proposed to follow this evidence by
evidence that Hill had been bribed.
It made no dlilerenco, otherwise, how
many contracts Uartlett, Hobbius &
Co, received. If "they held all of them
it only tended to show that they weio
good men and did work hohestly.
Coleman was astounded that a good
lawyer should expect him toshow that
money had actually ims'scd between
the contractors and Hill. If liu eould
so present the facts as to lead to tho
interenco that nioiieymust have passed
he would have accomplished
all ho expected In this investigation.
Totten objected because proposed
evidence would make out a charge.
Coleman called upon thu "gentleman"
to say whom he representee!.
Totten : "I appear for everybody
defending against tlie assault you are
Coleman insisted 'upon an answer,
and Totten said he represented Uart
lett, Bobbins it Co., Mr. Hill and tho
Dlx Island Granite Company. He
hud representetl the last named com
pany for years.
Coleman: "That Is all I want
to know. How many of tlieso
contractors are Interested in Hill's de
fense, to the extent of providing
The prosecution then put in evi
dence showing that BartTett, Hobblns
it Co., or Uartlett, Hayward it Co.,
received nineteen contracts for fur
nishing heating apparatus for tlie pub
lic buildings from 1S70 to 1SS3,
at an aggregate cost of 5417,111, upon
Which there was extra work amount
ing the S109.81S. Thu contracts were
also put in evidence to show that
during the same period tho toial cost
of all contraets awarded to otlier firms
supplying heating apparatus was
S170.000, upon which tho
work amounted to &(iO,000. Coleman
then offered in evidence the proposals
upon which the contiacts were award
eel for the supply of heating apparatus
for the bureau of engraving and print
ing in this city. Uartlett, Hobbius &
Co. bid S.:Jl,4-la, while Uaiber & Co.
bid .5:10,521, the contract being awarded
to Uartlett, Hobblns it Co. A num
ber of similar cases were instanced.
"IJeie is cuilosity," said Coloiuan;
"it shows how the secretary of tlie
treasury-has been coming to the relief
of the defence." He then leael from
tlie back of a letter from Hill to Secre
tary Folger, elated after tho filing of
tho chain's in tills case, biibmlttimr
the statement: "I desire to accept tlie
proposal of Uartlett, Hobbius it Co., as
the surest and best for tho interests of
"Bring him in," exclaimed Totter,
''here is a chance for the gentleman.
Urlng in another specification."
Coleman remarked that be supposed
the secretary had endorsed the paper
in that way to" show his approval of
what Hill did, by doing the same
Clias. V. Wannell then took the
stand to lelcntlfy a ntpiiber of vouchers
showing the payments to Uartlett,
Bobbins & Co., and Uartlett, llaywiml
Totten having objectetl that these
vouchers only showetl the sums ex
pended for repairs, Coleman replied
that it was his object to shetW that
Uartlett, Bobbins & Co., had had all
such work on tlfo public buildings
ever since Hill became supervising ar
chitect. Coleman then ofl'ered in evi
dence proof which showed that this
work was done without advertising
and without giving those engaged in
the same business an opportunity to
bid therefor, as required bj- the revised
statutes; that this work was tlone by
the linn in Ualtimoic, on public builtt
Ings In Washington, Md., Delaware,
New Jersey, Massachusetts, Iowa,
North Carolina, Kentucky, Indiana,
Michigan, Illinois. Missouri, Kansas
and either states, and in sonic instan
ces that tlu firm were empleiyeel to
furnish material and perform servico
on tbo United States buildings as far
remote as Nebraska and Oivgon,
where thoainonnt paid them did not
exceed four dollars. This evidence
was oti'ercel to show that
i ho linn Uartlett, Bobbins,
it Co., Intel business in their
line for tho United States, which they
coulel not have had if tlie work had
been open to competition with others
interested in tame business; ami cuch
a courso on the part of tho supervising
architect has driven out all competi
tors for such work; that no busiiits
men can compete with tills firm, and
that they obtain work at their own
prices. Contraets been awarded tills
firm In cases where they were not tlie
lowest bidders. "Heio is a bill for
thermometers sent to Indianapolis,
which shows that they have no ther
mometors out there," said Coleman.
Thomas "It shows tliat Uartlett,
Bobbins & Co. could sell them cheaper
than Indianapolis dealers."
Coleman "mat is what wo would
like to aee you prove. See what the
government has to pay for work in
Portlaud," ho added, us ho received
"Do you mean to say that live dol
lars per day,foia fuionum is excessive?"
"Not out there," replied Colenuui ;
"but they chaigcd the government
tho same price for work clone here,
when they did not pay it."
Thomas "How do you know that?"
Coleman "Wo will prove it."
Tlie read lug of the vouchers was re
sumed ana when it bad continued
some time Totten objected pn .its ir
relevancy. Tho chairman said the committee
did not know, but that tlie evidence
now offered might he connected wjth
Hill by subsequent evidence. While
the evidence was tedious to
hear. and cotuumed valuable
time in its reception, It
might become of importance hereafter.
Perhaps the prosecution might not
bring homo corruption to Hill; per
haps they could not, but thu com
mittee would hear their evidence.
When the vouchers wero all read,
Coleman announced that he would
tlulsh tlie Uartlett, Bobbins & Co. case
Senator Tubor'a Iientul.
Denver, Jidy O.r-Es-Senntor 'Tabor
inhH thu rumor that he miid 15O0O th
Architect Hill, w eeenre uie-.iocaiioij
of tho Denver post-olllde bultdf ng. Ho
plates that he never Intel any drallugs
with Hill, except In tho most public
A Hail Itoinlinntlcr.
Des Mblncs, In., July 0. Henry
Seageirof Swains, Now York, llrcd a
dozen allots through his bed-roo u
door at tho Morgan House, yesterday
afternoon, by which ho elestreiyod the
furniture and felled a man named
Holmes and fl'o polleehien, who at
tempted to capture hi in. He was over
powered on tho roof of tho hotel. Ho
tried to -put a bullet in ids forehend,
but the ball glanced, leaving a furrow
in tile skull.
A lUoody Itiirulur.
Now York, July 0. Policemen John
Donovan and Charles Reynolds were
seriously- wounded -while attcmntlmr
I to arrest the burglar Frank Brown In
ftfersoy City Inst night. Tho burglar
was intniiy snot.
Mttntpr nt Now llopp.
Little Bock, July 0. On Sunday
morning at New Hope church, llopo
county, Just before service began, John
Herring accused B. J. Hanoi of cir
culating Injurious reportH about him,
Harrell denied It, but Herring sprung
at him and slabbed him three times,
it is believed fatally. The by-standers
attempted to arrest. Herring, who
flourished his bloody knife, dolled ar
J)cnlfc tlie Arnoii.
Brockton, Mass., July 0. John
Gllnioro, colored, in court 'denies hav
ing confessed totting lire to the Bridge
water work house, and is held for ex
amination to-morrow. Whaeen, the
escaped inmate, is retained as a wit
ness. KUUmI lly u Mulatto.
New York, July 9. Robert Simpson,
a cartman SO years old, was killeel to
night by Alex BoWyer, a mulatto.
Simpson was a white man and mar
Tho Duj's Itccortl of Current iiml Coming
Cleveland. July 0. Owing to a
crack c 1 lieei. developed after bis en
gagement, Clingstone cannot be exer
cised or conditioned properly to that
with St. Jullen in Chicago this month.
The match is off.
A Mill umlltouhiK Mutch.
New York, July . A prize fight is
being arranged between J. M. Murray
and Geo. Full James, for 1,500 aside,
and a match between James Kcentin
and Geo. Gnsel, to, row three miles
ltl tm.ii (".,.. C'l AAA
A Soft Gloo Contest. '
Cincinnati, July I). Tho soft glove
light arranged lor to-night at jtlnjirt
hall between John Nolan, a shoemaker
of this city, and Brooks of California,
for .00 a side, proceeded through-two
rounds, when tho police interfered,
and tho contest stopped. Nolan had
knocked Brooks down in botli rounds.
A llli-yclo ltnce.
Rochester, N. Y., July fl.TI. W.
Hlghan, the English bicyclist, de
feated John S. Prince, tho American
champion, in n twenty-mile race to
day. Time: One hour, 0 minutes and
Fianklin, Mass., July 0. Tho pas
senger train on the New York and
North-Eastern railroad was thrown
from tlie hack this morning. Several
injured, but none fatally.
A 1'lltill Stlslni).
Hartford, Conn., July 0. Tho east
bound passenger train on the New En
gland road collided Sunday evening
with a gravel train a mile east
of Pialnville. The engineer
escaped., George Jvlnckerbocker,
ci";ineer of the passenger train, re
mained at Ills post, reversed thei en
gine and was caught iu tho wreck. Ho
was horribly crushed mid instantly
killed. His brother, the lire
man, jumped and escaped.
Charles Church, express messenger,
of Hartford, auel Charles Griswold,
of Waterbtiry were In the baggago car
which was smashsd, anil tho men
thrown forty feet into an adjoining
Held. Griswold's body was thrown
over tho telegraph wires, and ho was
instantly Killed. U'liurcirs injuries are
probably futal. The passengers badly
shaken up, but none were seriously
hurt. The accident was caused by tho
failure of the telegraph operator at
Plainiield to give the conductor of the
piu-senger train orders to wait nt tho
station for the gravel train to pass.
Tlie operator, Charles A. Welsh, is io
porteil under arrest.
He Acctiae Agent Slininn of Absenteeism
Tho, Citiitlvo Aimclics.
Washington, July 0. Chief Moses,
and otlier Indians from the Columbia
and Colvlllo reservation, to-day signed
the agreement which, with a few
modifications, is identical with the
one virtually effected last Saturday.
At to-day's conference Chief Tomas
kata complained that Slmms, tho agent
at the Coiville leseivation, never visi
ted tho Indians personally, and was
entirely iguorant of their wants. His
epiarters are forty miles from tho reser
vation, thus compelling the Indians to
travel that distance in order to confer
witli him whenever anything is need
ed. It is saitl at the department that
Agent Sinims will be promptly re
moved unless henceforth ho gives the
Indians underhis charge more person
Tho Captlvo Ariuchox.
The origin of tlie plan agreed upor
last Saturday for the safe keeping of
tho Apache captives appears to have
been generally misunderstood. Tho
proposition to plaoo the pollco control
of the San Carlos reservation in tho
hanels of the war department, was
made by Secretary Teller, nifc by the
secretary of war. Iir con
versation to-day recrelary Teller
Kiid there was no foundation for
tho report that if tho arrangement
agreed upon proves successful tlie con
trol of all tlie Indian agencies will
eventually be transferred to tho war
denartnietit. He denies that any such
courso was contemplated, and tUiys tho
courso was conicuipiaieu, ami miya in
principal reason for placing Gonert
Crooji's captives under tlie supervislo
of the war department is, because tin
department has the money to keep
them, while tho department of tho
interior lias none. The San Carlos
agency, the secretary added, will be
maintained as heretofore, except that
the military will luivu entire charge of
the police control and especial charge,
of tlie Apuchu captive.
Toronto, July 0. Fifty American
wheelmen making tlie tour of Canada,
arrived te-duy and were banquetted to
night. County Clerk Corralled.
Pittsburg, July 0. The grand jury
has Indicted Rowanel. clerk of the
county court, for collecting lines when
none wero lmnoseu aim ior lauuro io
for the large sums collected.
Viitnl Affray on n "Wharf Ilont A Ntgrn
VCommi Kin,i i,y Light hlng-I'lno
Special to thoptucttp.
Delta, Ln July 0. Yesterday at 0
o'clock oho Jack Watson, ri colored
laborer on tho Delta wharf boat, wan
iilml rt i l 1.(11 1 I. T X 1 .. . .. .11
" ami niin'ij uyj. j . urcenwcii,
white, also employed on the wharf
boat. Green well made his escape
across the river to Vicksbnrg, but was
afterwards captured by the chief of
police of that city.
During a thunder ptorm to-day, a
negro woman was struck and Instant
ly killed by lightning. All metallic
substances ubout her body were melteel.
Crops Jn this section are equal to the
expectations of the most sanguine of
farmers. Recent general rains have
improved tho erojw wonderfully, ami
everybody is cheerful.
3I01W YELLOW rJBVKIl.
ritbCiiei-H nt tho fjimrniitllio Station, He
low Now elrlt-nns.
New Orleans, July 0. Tho bark
Benin, from Vera Cruz for Tobaseo,
put iu to southwest pass auel was towed
to quarantine. The captain's Wife,
tlie 11 ret ollleer, tho steward and two
seamen are fcick with yellow fever.
Tho Z'imzt'Dcmoorat'a Blloxi
special suys . there is
no pergonal communication
whatever between the quarantine
fetation and tho mainland. A sloop
formerly plying between Blloxi ami
tho quarantine station is now there on
duly, with a captain and a creW. None
of them approach tho mainland. Mails
and supplies will bo sent out bv the
scnooner communicating only with i,
"B"i" .iiiuiiuieii ut a saio eiisianco
from the quarantine grounds.
Still Holil 1'oHcMlnn of Tortious of Three.
Little Rock, Ark., July 0. Portions
of Garland, Yell and Montgomery
countiesaro still under the control ef
outlaws, who defy local authorities.
To-day Gov. Berry wrote loiters
to tlie sheriffs of each county,
saying that ho had been
urged to call out the militia, but bUw
no neccssltyfor doing so, and Urging
tlie sheriffs to call out a largo po-so and
hunt theoutlawJ down. Tlie country
Infested is mountainous and wild, and
through terror, many farmers ale com
pelled to shield tiie law. breakers by
lefusiug information and giving them
lovi-t l'lres in Oregon.
Portland, Oregon, July I). Tremen
dous forest Hies are raging1 south of
Kalama. Six miles of railroad and
two locomotives are destroyed. The
losses up to this morning amount to
$200,000. Tlie ilanies extend for miles,
and are so fierce that it is unsafe to at
tempt to investigate the losses. It Is
believed tlie flies will continue unless
rain should come.
At Siitoni, 3tHH.
Salem, Muss., July 0. A fire In the
Janett heirs' building caused a loss of
Redwing, Minn., July 0. Tho Odd
Fellows hall and two adjoining butlel
lugs were burned. Loss $25,000 tinsur
Cincinnati, July 0. Freiberg &
Workum's dhtlllery win . burned.
Chicago, July 0. The proposition of
Peter McGeoch to his credlteir.' to set
tle at the rate of lllty cents on the dol
lar bids fair to fall through, on account
nf the refusal of several heavy'creiiltors
tojdgn )ho agri'oment to that effect,
among others, the firm of Geo. El
dridge & Co., whoso claim amounts to
$93,000. It is reported they deniahil
the full amount. It is also reported
that Win. Young & Co. were opposed
to MeGcoch's proposition.
Ballot for United States Senator.
Concord, N. II., July . The follow
ing ballot was cast for United States
Senator to-day: whole number, 2ii;
Gllnian Marston, 1; John Y. Mugridge,
1; Jos. W. Hagcrson, 2; H. F. Stevens,
3; Harry Bingham, 4; Jus. T. Briggs,
4; E. II. Rollins, 8; no emorum of
either house voting.
A Big Swindle.
Boston, July 0. Francis B. Webster
of Cambridge was arrestee! on the
ehurgu of swindling tho Alta Gold and
Sliver Ming Company of New Mexico
out. of (50.000. Ho was committed in
default of 1-5,000 bull. - .
Denver. .Tulv 0. fn tbo. suoorinr
court to-day Judge Dawson fined Wil-
lard Teller froOJ ior contempt of court,
for filing an answer in the case of Ta
bor vs. Bush, that was of a scanelalous
llhic Grass llcauty.
The 'woman in'thls put of Kentucky
have gorgeous nature to build on, anil
high art to improve It with. When
the Bona Dea, out of her bounteous
nets, makes a Blue Grass woman she
takes care never to spoil the job. A
Folt, white, waun body, translucent
with divine light and curving to Hue
of beauty as naturally us the fundi lis
to the vine, is tho groundwork
upon which nature limbs tbo hu
man angel. Eyes softly bright, but
luminously Intense: cheeks like the
damask rose, with buttercups of
dimples, in whoso honeyed heart sly
Puck or Oberon mluht slcon: llns like
ox-heart cherries at tho centre, but
Uexihle as a smoKo wreath, and lading
away into tlie soft cheek like tho
heart's blood of a strawberry into
luscious cream; a chin fairly fasli
loned as the golden uiinle that blush-
tiiir Paris gave to Venus, who trembled
--..iTi. .,,! "I... ... ...i.i .. .1... I.- r
wuii eiengiii. at laiviuu ii: irn.- uiuw ui
June, and the bust of Jlebe: the ecu
nymph's pearly ear, the wood nymph's
Springy step these are a few of the
charms that nature gives the maiden
of the Blue Grass.
Tuesday night Jj. Wlttman Avas
brought to Castroville, a lunatic, and
on wednecdav was ko dee'iared by tlio
court. It is tliouifht ids insanity wae
brotiKht on by grief over the loss of
his two children, both of whom died
last week. The father was vory much
adVcted and on Sunday beeuinon rav
ing muniac, trying to kill everyone
who came within his reach and espec
ially children. Another of his child
ren was expected to die hourly, ami it
was a dilllcult matter to prevent him
from killing that ono. Jle may bo
heard now walking up and down his
cell, crxing, "Tod, Tod, Toil; dead,
dead, dead, elead" stopping onco in a
while to bite the bar and beat them
with hU fistf Mhi case excites general
AVaco la the hottest place, this lde of
j. Havana. The t.urmoiHelerT 1
icivu wj- uvtjtvvd mviv 13milias'c '
Was It Stolen.
Oil IheniorhlihrthoJGtdwslon ,nt.
tery company left tho city it was ells-
covered by Mr. J. A. Chaplin, a mout
her of tlie company, upon "arriving at
thotlcpot that lie hud lost a very val
Uablo watch chain. A messenger was
at Once sent back to search the room
ntthc hotel but the valuables wore) not
found, tho matter was placed Jn the
hands of the police. It was stipiosed
thatu dnrhtg robbery had been com
muted, but n further search was Insti
tuted and tho watch ar.el chain was
found in tlie lo.ser' room. 'Tlie sup
position is that In; overlooked them,
and a grand sensation Is spoiled.
FINANCE AND JPMRGE.
,. ' llnylng Boiling
Gobi .........i. pur.
American nil ver dollar pr.
Alnorlenu lmlvomiul cjimr'sprtr.
Mexican silver tloilnr -. W) nomlnnl
Moxlcauiiliverhalvrft -,. 34 nominal
Mexican silver quarters.... 13 nomlnnl
.. , HANKKUSEaCJtANHE,
Now 1 orlc rtRht. ritrrcuo , i pc 1 100
ficw Orleans tilnlit, currency Jpor?lu0
fit. Louis uiElit, currency U por Jlurt
Qilveston rIkIH. Isold nud cufcy I? iter $10?
fitorlliK;, In small huiiih, $1.00 currency per XI.
New York BlKlit crrcucy....nr0M
New Orlcnm slRlit, curroncy.Ci discount
Qnlycutoit sisht, curreuey...u$ ; dli.eoo.ivt
HU Louli idKiii, t:rrotioy.fv, ...wrij
Culcutfo slisht. currency.......,.. discount
New York, July P. (Jovcmment ilenilj',
except ror three' which nrenrmer nt 103'(
ltnllwoys generally firm.
aiocks-licavy to-day nud prlev declined
iiWi Denver nnd "Wnuaijli wero prctorcd
which wns due to icporht of further limine!!
troubles hi the West, owing tonbrenk in the
proylhlou mnrkcl. After two o'clock, tlioto
wiiHnmlly of !iafjf., tho hitter on Nvw
York Cejitln). At the close of busluchH the
improvement wim hxt nnd mnny sluviw worn
sold nt tho lowest priceu of the diiy. UiKpocu
liilionsSt. liul, Mlnnoohv nnd Michigan
broken to 118, nnd Loiiir Islanil " in ).
Market cIoeil heavy. Trnnsaetton2ti0.
Nkw Youk, JulyO. Money ouiy nt i!;j
prime ineroautllo pnper, 10; htorllns
cehiuis;e. bnnkeis bills, quiet, J8li;
government Os 1 0.
Coupons, l)s 1.1 21
Couponi, 1h 1.10.
Denver A Uio Olnndo.. , WK
llnitston ATesiN Ceutrnl...i; ,.... (ks
K:nsis A Tomih, i.i.... ':v)
Missouri lVchle ,..'. ..4l lK
Te.tliH l'nclllo.... , .. &;yt
Strict low mlddllut;
strict jsooa ordhmry
nt unch.mged uuoVutlons.
ing: . .
' New York.
, July ii. Cotton
New Youk, July ji. Cotton i"lct nt
Aumist ., iu 21
September ,...,.. 10 10
October. .-. it (i)
Novemlicr !i HI
December , 9K!
January .., ,.. , t2
IVhrimry 10 01
Mm eh ...10 lti
Hpot cotton unlet nt nn itdvanconf MO, nilil
dlhiB upln ds being iuledto 10:1-10, Hnlcti,
fill lor export, ajo to spinners. iOO dellvuied
Ni:wOni.KA.N-s, JulyO. Cotlon nulrt. Mid
dlhiB.O 1MU; Low Mlddltntr,U2; Good Oidtn
iir.v, fi t'-H".
Net rcCPljitf!, 278: grosii,' SM; oxports,
constwiti), liOi; unlets 500; htoclr, Ul,'lC0.
TiiVKnvooT., July 0. Cotton in modcrulo
tlcmund and frocly Mipplleil; up-
iiindit spote, G.';d: vrlemiK, 51. Hnlun, lo.iew;
export nnd Nc-culutlon. JO.'MJO; Amerlenn,
7,7.0, lccclpls 2.ito0iill Amurleun.
' ' ' - . -.
. - . St J.ouR- .. - ',
ST. T.ouis,.InlyIi. Cotton thill; mlddlln-A
0 -rfiiiloH, iioue;2reculptf, none; ahlpmcuU.riO-,
Oat.vkstox, July 0. Nothlnir dohiff In
spot cotton, but mirnutlrliy In futuriH. Spot
puirkul huUelliied n steiuly and at nn
chunked iiuotiitlon1. bfiiles clolnn:
Ordinary , , 71S-'0
eiood onlluary k I.i-Ki
Lxtvf miiuiitug o 7-10
Middling , OlMil
Unod middling II) 14
Middling lulr. 1 , 10$.
Futures opened Mendy ntnu ndvnuco oril
ftl points for August nnd October, and 7&S
ior inner moniiis, .niinim iirm ui hcl'OHii
enll.biiroly ftendy on third and closed Htoniiy.
Comnnreil with .veblerdiiy's lnteslronorts.in.
tcinburgnlueil 12 points und other optloim
wijir, xeeni .iuu'iihi wuicu nuvuuccu u. haiM
Wj. Ciobing Dgurce.:
July, hid r. 1... 11 70
August ,... 0 refill 7"
.Seinembor U Mf.il m
October 0 I.VM) -18
November.. U S7M0 II
December IKH'aU i)
Not receipts, ,Vii5; jjross receipts, COO: cyporti
rorc'lgn, none; coustwUe, Old, stock, 11,S1j,
(Noto-Quotntlous oro for lotn, 'uulcss
or iso buueti.j
COFKKK AND TKA.-Corncii Vory firm;
common, lies ordlmiry, 9'4c; fulr.Oc; prhiio
llln, lie: funcy, lL'a; Cordovn, loc u(d gov
ernment Juvn. 'Ma. 1'UA Imperial, wdytO;
Srovu vory iirm: hnulHtiiuntuiro wlilio.
i)5Ce; oil' white, njii-s yellow cliolllod, O'fo.
ftiiiov .vo'lnu clttiilleil.UUo: oneui'cttlo 1,11
g.eri, choice, HUc; stundind A.,o4c; ktuudiiid
ttniiuiliiliid, Oli '.
id. 0k: Loiilnliiiiu oil' u'laiiulutfd.
tolic; powdered, 10c; out loaf WUq
prhiio to choice, 1k5j5'c; c.tii syrup, J c.
Hick UiuMuinii, b'KrtU ,
Ft-m-Mnokorel, lnlD kit', No, I, 81 15; No.
2, il.Oi; llftlf Oil's., No. 1, S7XV; No. 8, SMU.
Willie lh. No. I, h'f. bbls J7.;N1. V, H.
Dried herriugi, per box, tie. Cod jUli; (i',c.
Salt Conriwi, iu bngs, 'l.V; (hie 111 b.uf,
; I tke, In lint hoop bblx., g'i.'ttSl.lO; pock-
Humiiiikh Htnrch, oc. Hoip, common,
-life; Cieruianoliru. 'o. Ciiilla, fu'l lioxio,
10c; inilven, 115c; jpiuners, Muv indigo. 8 .i"It;
hluelng, 3oai.uOdoA;u. e'olemnu's imu.nr.l,
il.iOticJj.'VO dozen, Mnccuronl, tmportiid, l.'.ulh;
Aifiirlcnn, Sl.H' box. hucKets, to lioop,
ri.10 dozen; wen buckets. il.'Z'i dozen, lhooms,
C'ak.nkii (loom. Prices per doen: IMno
iipplcM, Ntunilurd, iM; Peaalies, stundurd, '2.
n., I.iW; a lb?., J-ViXS'-'-o"; seconds, 'i lbs.,
fl.CO:.'! o-i.,S.!.10; ToiimtotH. slaudJild, 2 Uis
ft.); seconds, 2 lbs.. SI.lt; .1 ., 41.60; (Irviin
corn, Sl.lpai.tti- tiieen pens, Jl.11; Uoeso
berrlci, Sl.-iliai.lO; Jliispberrles, $1 tt); Cove
oysters, full weight, I ID., t U; 2 ft., ih; llglit
weight, 1 ft,, ic: i P.. SI.'A): Halnion, 1ft.,
i.7tk9l.S1; i Ih.i S:.W'.i; Mackerel, 1 H.,
Sl.avifll.Tfl! HimlliiiM. Aiiiurtcitii. Sl.'iH chkp:
Imported, SlO.tiO cn-.e; Slnovberrles, 2 ft., t.f.O;'
liluckberrle, 81,21; elreen gaires, li,tijn.
llUlinUUIIlllU, VIUIYJl, ff.WJ i.uiu, ivtiu, nniax,
Fi.ouaealr Htanrard's royal patent, Jflfio
V bill.; racks, ft S.vpl i) -ji iu tts. Corn incnl,
per bushel, KVi: Moinliiy an J grits, y bbl.
MOO; oatmeal, V hulf Mil., Situ; eJracked
Wheal, ft. fir. Crackers; X sodii. CHQXc, XX
boiU, j&7: XXX fcoda, o'ifjc; cream soda,
Wfftfhws X lemon cream,t3lKc: X ginger
snaps. tfigOMct XX, OUfllOo; assorted cakesnnd
jumbles Ui'tSo- whnt hi llg.it receipt;
W)o3SI, a to quality nnd coudltlou.
1'uhits, Oils unit Vnniishes ,
I'ai.vth, per ft White lead, 7Kc &; yellow
ochre, dry, Be; burnt i.mber I" oi, J8c; dry, 7o.
OlM hoiled Unseed In bbl., 65 ie- iil;
raw t2c; nenisroot,W75o: fish, tCK51e; HPlriln
turiihiillriL., (lie; cotll oil, 2-6 cases, llrlllliint,-
il 10; llrlllinnt. bbls., J&f llrllllaut, ja-l, .!;
110; li4iHWtan 2-3, . Kuplon, bb(..23c.
per gallon; Kuplon, 2-1 cases, 1200; lard, oil,
k.ewSSSc; West Virgldla,20421c
Vaii.visiie Cial, itkiQIl Hi per
coach varulsh, j: jeow.
Hugging, Ties mid Itopn,
nogglng-Qlobc, ft., full weight, II
JUft.. full weight, iWjte
"tIbm rrow, No. i, l7501W; Hope, sll,
i vr-us awd wutN'tZi'Md . , aaim in wnnii v np . tw, i luun up. .; , ,.. tQmmmmmmRMmGsas&Km
vr u-.iiMi': &? H?S.'J. K!r'iiTK VfikMSB'-uSW --wirP"''' X5K3&W' '-
1 iu.TisnrLssv.,i3i ' . .v.Sv-. - -." v- : :
Nnm-Pcnnutii, while, lb.,0o: TecanV. 7c
Rnh; riutni smiOo iict gah; Watennelmw St
MV.ftX."Npw.C0UUlry J wo from wngon.
S010SJ700 iwrton: Corn, cotratry. SOa Tmts
counlry.8(j;o; Urim. St W per iw t 'chpi,
SI 75 per ho. lUrtey, ,ai$to. ' wuv"'
Slenis nud hard.
Mkats lowerSugar cured rxm, iSUcs U
con, pnokcd.brcftkrnst bhcon, U&, sliorf cl'
1 H: long elnr. lie: Hulk isonk piicko
short urrnnlUlu-Vc; long dry nit, lOWo.
,Mi lower Tlercci, lliJc; liff. bb L HVj:;
nurrKn-Country. ISilSc; Western, dairy,
MWc; mncydnlry,37;oj cooking tnutor, itfc;
buttcrlne, aV. ' '
CuiivMR-Fiat frtclory, UV New York
factory, 13)ir, full crenm, life; Sweltrcr, V$
tions, 5.1 wwi 75 por
roosters, tl CAW Oft hair-grown chicken!
J2eRK42 21; Turkeys, SiieKOli 0v; Geese, S3 Wl
3 Oi); Ducks. ?: 60!t 00. -..-"
jKaosi'i-r dozen, isgisfc.
2 50.32 75; fnnc per gallon, m per high
wines. ' "
, Whisky Kectlfled l 10O160, n por proof;
s6ur mash, ono year old. Jl eo two ycnraolrit
82)o2 Sit three years old S2 S02 75: fivnc j
extra old whhky Slfas,
. 'WlBt-;iaret.cn'0,t$3 V?I0flO. m perqual
lly; CntftWb,pergalIon, xai 60- Port. II SOftS
a 00; Sherry, per gnl- 91 203 00 j Madeira,
1 . .vi'S'i" """ wi imw niui'i iu oases.
ui uoio oo.
UilAMi'AONB-G. It. Miimm A Co., nxtnv
nry, 5 cnjiww; iieiasicK, in lmsi:ot,52rt wa
WW, King, In basket, ,00Cd2S IX); Domestic
ALK Htock Alo. per doi..$2 00(32 21: Porter.
por doz., Ti (XKrt2 25.
MTTi.K UKKK-St. Louis quarts, !12 OOipts.
12 50; hudwetser, own hIzo, Jl3 00; pints
IU 50; Hclilltz Mllwnukco, nnutU 12 W; pluls
113 l. Hub Punch JII3 no ' ' w' p a
'Wonir-Mcdluui, nccordlna.to grnde.qtmUty'
and condlllon, 2-1 to 2o: lino uccoitflng to
gwde.qnallty and eondlllon, 15 to 12; coarse.
uccordliistoKmduiiuidlty and condlllon. 15
to2i'e; Mexican Impmved, accoidlugtogriula
luitu j- miu cuiiuuiou. uunu; jiexicau, uc-
f.,1, llllll. In nrvniilA ..ttnlltt n.iil ..v,i. 11.1, ... Ill
to 13; hurry, less, accoidlug to lunount of
IltiiK No. 1, henvy flint, dry ft 13c: No.
2, heavy hint, dry, v t lie; No. 1, Uglit illiit,
ft IOc:No. ..lhthl flllit. k lti Or: lmcliv ilimi.
nged, ft Sc; fallen lihlCH ltv2olosi: dry sailed,
ft We; green suited, ft D7c; giuou butcher,
1'Ki.TiuiiS Deerskins -p. ft a)Q25; rtiuelo)s
nKiiii, i w luifliio; Koai skiiis, enoii lliffA'i;
hhoop pelts, aecoidlng to nmoiiut or wimiI,
aidtjiip; sllenrllngs, nccorillng to amount of
wool, lOiguftc, Mexli-an slieep pelts, ft tmolOc;
Mexican slieep polts, improved, Hi2e; Aloxi
lean sheep sherlingv, 6c.
Hark, Cinnamon, per pound, 2l310c; baric,
Peruvian, per pound, JwtfoO; llnrnx per b,
100ilS;HI-ciirboniiieeifsodaperft, HMQI; O p
perni por ft, 2l; ensluroll per gal., 1 i'H$ H;
chuhonldn, per oz., II.VJl a); caslllo fcoap
(inoiuctii, per m, W6V; cream iartur, 1 1. p., u-r
liuuiiu, .i-wpu;; ciiiuk, nun), per pounii, Agi;
calomol, P- .t Wi, pur pound, 70i?so: calomel
Knullsli. nrr nouiid. 1 lllimi 2.1: nbloinl. hv
dnito. t ihX M; elilorofnrm, '.OHW; coiuposi-
iimi jiiiwui.-!, .vjiiu uiivurpoivuers, i iix.pi im;
upoom salts, per pound, 3?,1; gum ophun, por
pound, 1 ;V);uiu camphor, i0(!f2; morphine.
per oz, SI 70: machine oil, golden, ;HI0;
qulnlno, P. V, pero, 1 01; quhihic, Oor
imxn, per oz., 1 SO; quinine, Uuriuan, case, per
oz., 1 10.
Powder llliwllnr, keg. 'l 15; ItlilcV 9.1 ft.
10 IB; Hllle.VI 12 ftsH5'i; uiilu, 0ii its., 81 92
Shot Si i v suck: Iluclc shot, ii 6o.
Nails, rnton, 81 21; Hoes, -I'l Vt cent, off; Axos,
Colllu'a, 510 ft); Simmons', I.0o,; UnckliiMirk
S7&; Atiin-Ts shovels, fi doz, Si20i); Jlorso
ulirn.u U Irn.r ffitllll. llui.ti..i C1CI. ,...1 7l.
".."v.-, ...,, ,uw, .. ...,,,, j.ni. n.uiji,,5v.
Sheet Iron, No, 27 It, Cc; Fence- wlie,
sui)i.c. ' Tin Plate, $15 0: Twee
cuaiiiH, juueiiuoz: -nnwaip, id's ceiil. :
Cobkllig stoves, flf OOIOIV); Fire uanluls,
HO iHJOWOftif'oilbe mills 21 V, cent, oil; Holts,
10 V cent, oil1, Carriage bolts, 00 y eeul. oir.
Staph) Dry (Inotls.
IlnAVV IIiiown Cottons Not no dnys F.n-
lerprne, i-i, o; uiugioy, 1-1, 7,; umgiey.l"-
0W; Allan hi, hi.:
FIN K IlliowN
N Corross Annleton lt.l.1.79.!
iiaugor 1-1, u;,; 11001 1 11, v;y. iscuioru 11., ou
hi.,3MiPepporelH.,7. , '
llr.KAOiiKjifJorroNH Not 00 day.i honsdnlo
4-4,liU;I.aiicer3-l,fiH;lllnckslonoA A 4-t, ti:
Cabot l-l, 8; lloot K t-J, 8X: Our own 7-S, Q)g.
Dun. i.Mllliick ami biownfrom, 8 toll.
o ihtow.N Ducks LouoHuu-Soz,, 11; Mag
C0I.OIIKH Ducks-.Boston 0. P., 8V; Concord
britlid 10 oz., 10.
Tic'Ki.vri t'onosioea, ttold medal, IfiU; Ha
KorfancynirlpoNo. 1, in.,; Omega, A. 1).
OilKViOTH Adrlailc, PVf.Ainerlcnii, 10
llnclons, Ti'i to Hii; Apron chocks, M to
uk-kouv Hritii'i: llamiltoa, blue
black, Uc; Hock liver, )$
Pi:iNT,s-irnrtts,5Uc;Hiiragues, Oc; Con.
Devon drev styles, lii2; aricsioii, ;
book fold, K4'S0'(;. " ' '
(Jorio.v I)kks elootn Dlboco. tc. Almu-ii
.. . . . . ..... .. ....... ....... .' ..' '.L-1
luilers dano'c; llrocades, 7Ue, hnco, bunt-'
llLASKn-rs 'iiiliflo blnnkets, J7.WV53I0.
In. irrnv lilanlcitsfl.21. 2.UI. '1 Ii l.rii.Vi: nn
while blankets, $2.25, Jl. is), -i.otwj 2.O.) oucli; j
scarlet iilanKels, st.oj, v,umi.w ouch; uihi
ioriila blanket, S5.0-J, 7.-WMl2 onch; sliver
rey..lttiikuw, J2.2, 2.733.SJ each; lap robes
Siiihllury nud llurncss.
SisniTJNtr. No. 1, California, por lb., 40 to
lie,' No. 2, California, per lb., 10 to It cis.; No.
I Fah-Onkperlb.,,'W to 3 cts.; S'". I, Fair
Hemlock perlb.,:il toSircm.j No, 1 Ohio Oak
per lb., Wto.'Mcts.
lUitvww: Wagon, Miort tug, Sll OOWOO;
i oi.i aiw: Wugnn, full stock, 811 COfc.l'JOO;
Wu;ii, extra wool, .000ilXi; Duolc coll'il,
IJiiijimw. Illlnd, per doz., $fl:otyl2 50; Ji
Filling, No. 1 ex per doz., '.8 Mq.i) ., . .
Hli)iir.iw,-Ilaised Mumped Cul., 1.1107-1 00;
Plain Oil,, J.'OUOSIIOj; .n'o, I iovso colirsi-M,
htlll tlo,SlSlMi'IUMi; No, 2llud cpurses Hose
iirl.iivo,l1Wai0W: No, Austin rigs, hicod,
4i0 OOtftivrt W): Nn. 2 Austin rlcx, rlVelod.
SUW-ISOO; Fall ilgs. black, S7 5J&I260J
rigs, black orolh'd,
i IU in
t'oc'KKTu. hrather. lfr)26'): Llama coat.
2 Mtjrl fti; Too Fenders, 1 Md3 60.
Hi ir s. Furoka, pfrdozenp'rSIK; Indian
anola, prr daen, 121; Mux loan, 3-1 n. towel
7 iK); Muxtcin iidii rowol, covered, loi) j Jdox
entoga, i5Vic; Hamilton, fije,- Jlerlm-cfCOi-:
odi,-ei;c; fjarnors, OJ-fc; Aucoiil,i1; Mnrl.iorn,
hlmpsoii, 01,0; Albiou,UI,D; solid col-
lPmt fl ( t
OtuitAJJtt-Amojkcag, I0J; Ilerksljlres.ijsi
Icaii2-ln rowel, flV5; Mexlcnu 2-Inch roitci,
oovored, DiHk'Cttllfurnlu, less sirups, 13tw
i IX) i
Di:ooiN(3i.-Kli. 17505 00; Calf, 10 00 WOO;
Crockery, Fiiriillure nnd Glass.
Furniture Hemlsteads, lmllnllon wnlfiut,
eaob,l.0S jo; nil walnut, SiXrflufitChttlrH,
wiKiil scat.V uoz, S9757 oo; cane and rattan
seal, $ 00iJ.'J 00; cane sent, dining, S12 00.2d 1)0;
Chi ds nnd nwkors, Mi)iiaW; large rocking,
sjii ukim i ev. camp and lockers, each. JI73.
7H Mirrors, arcli tops, Vdoz, J20012a);
a'.les, round, WtuVSia'o; rsll leaf, 260r5.W;
Haf s, well, $1 2X&7 W; Ilureans, fe.l I0-J0l;
Wash stands, el SV'iriU:bed sprlngs.W 2i7i0;
llaby Carriages, ? 60i) ..-.,,,
CrocKery-VU teas, "a doz., SI 0031 10; W 0
plates. S W2.5IOO; W U ill.kes, Si ew0j V u
halters, 81 oofijii 0; V O pltcliore. ift8tl VI;
ewers and basins, ll0tl2&0; W a bow.,
SI ail 7 iiHsortod crates, K1 VKi'i 00.
Glassware Lamp chimneys, No, n, crjmp
top, v doz.. 10.: No. 1, crimp top, doz.,cj
No, 2, crimp ton, doz.,tj0ct Argund, V doz.,
COe: tlnblets, doz., itie&tlw-. Tumblen;,
doz, WMrOlc; liar tumbleis, "je doz, c4ijl 00;
Candy Jars, 13 00 t Do- l.imps, ti 0X912 00.
Hplldhiu Material -
LUMiiKU-ftoilgh lumber, boxing, 32 Inches
nnd uudon first class, flft sirlpplng. ipq,itl
boxing and HoOrlng. clears, fi,; thick cieur
VAawllH, Ji!; roiuh luinber. second clasa
Jin; jolstjiiidMcautilng, cull", f 10,
HintNO-Flrst common while- plnoSaaBO;
second do. fcO: tlilrd do.?J5; poplar, til &':
ve pmo-JAKi to; do U. fix native rjiWtMH
DKKSriKIl I.UMIIKlt-IIOXillg mtirkwt'HNll
under, J.I 0WAI (W; do UxJ, $.M e ii;
scaiitllns, Jout or uny (oinmuii '"""sf"
Kl UWM 00; boxing ovur l-8c
24 OoTtnick clesrs, lit tolnnd 2. mm e
Kecoua eiass, any
II1VHIKI ASIl MAWS)!
ii S)ita Flrtj
Potntoon, reentry 4ofi6c bushol: Onions I nllTMii im ' 1 "1"'
new, 3iflJ3W ht,J. . Tumips, mi ' bill P rtSBbt ,,--
"5nns,lt. IVwwd, bbK, l6c;Targo Thnn SM5ilKfc . r
tyifl'l smnll t-uiW, 4 f5c; bnyo, 6V7c BM?iifliJ
Plcklei,medhfm,wrMl00 Vbbl.j liifiifiiP HB99I ' '' T j
Ssot r 1Mss i"r i: oitusr; hairbbl:; SHB V
He'iall-Vlnognr, apple, DJaoTo vgnl.Jpilro W" ' '
wlue,Wc:Pongrei,dl:led.i1in..,fti4C.birtck. l3SHB- e
eyed, fie: Poachoi, drleil.8jJ AmifA,' dried. Ik?4KSH .
J IM ' -- s. '
' ' VlMll J
niivitv .-.....V.irnL",' .!.""."- "
in is nnu-noi" iia ...!. i
!." fy"K"' uu wnoiesomi
ocononUcnt. than tbo ordinn
CAlinol tin t, li,V,n'n.lin.L'
utudo or- iow tivckhViVt r eht ? ;
nhosnhntfl uowilf.ru .jum .J1"''M
'. .. -' '.Z. --- "'. UMIITlll A.lt .-
au iiakxhq rownmi e.,lw,?Hg7fj3'T.
!4iifvm tiiurvi. ..t..- -- . ,.. f V.
urant ,); iiwNe.2,Sl50; do No.S.Svsff'Xua.r,
sawed heart, Sl.yh sans.
PickjtM'. Whlto pine, dressed nnd Wt
square or ttnl, SI: 4llow plna Uo. S3: h5v
ttps,sui0. ' '-'
per bbl. Cement,
"... '.'-'"i, liu" -ljime, Austin. ftii
or bbl. foment. T.nnlcvliln ,.'- T.."".'
i .. .. rt,.....---,,..' ,;'..; una. ii
ror bbl.; l'ortliim .87 per bbl V iub r&l
I Now York or Michigan, M per bbl. " "J
TEIiKOUAPH aiAllKlTCS. -
Kansas Cjtv, July n.-WiiKAi-winkor.
No 2 rcd,SS msli; S7W7lf August; VBmA
lClf(r01V - y
Con.v.-Higherj S7W tuhf 7f bid August.
avTjrMc-.IlrclpUi 1; nuirkot lower; lift
.VJ5W' UWolCo pounds, iwxa 5 M; cows
nX'V.'.lPr0!'" "laHiol doinorallzeO;
PoumU.151) 'C! ,ni U0,l6; imtUes t0 1W
NinvrYouK, July (.-viour dull. . ,
WllltAT (lDnill-ll Miati 1iliFl,..r rt.i.l .....
but nitorwnrds lost (ho advance and decilii&i
iWi viosiug weniq Ko. 3 red, 1 os; steamer
iNo. 2 red, l lllsIJH: No. 2 red, HUf4Ui:
aitont, I 17K; freo en board. 1 10W!rsi 17. r
kl.i:v.vioi( I'OKN einencd lfcUhlclierhuL
suieiiucntiy hvst the Improvement and do.
riiniii i mii closing weaK anil irregu
No. 3, fid; steamer, by. No. 2
SOU a CO' 4
Quiet nnd steady.
HutiAH-Qulut: reilued steady; confectloncM,
SV; cut loaf unit cinshed, ii; powdered, V
MMoi..H.sr.H Quiet nnd steady; 60 test renn
HiCK-tVUel nnd steady.
TuurnsviNK-StroiiKcr nt 31 W.
PiiiiK-Uull nud lower; KJfio.
HKKVKS-lteeclpts, I.T00; market nlsiut
sti'Uiiynt 02JQ0OO for poor tobtrlctlypilmo
liallNo slceis; o022 for grass fed I'exuns.
Kvporlers used V.I ear loads of fat Meets ami
paid il 1(1 for good.
HinhU1 lleeelpl, 10, 10': sheep stcady.laiut)
dilll u tUwiMk: extremes, lOOfcjfiOOfor sheen,
5007 2.1 for hunbs.
Wiibat TCiisler, weak and lower: regular
07h July; Wh August; 101?,; September; .No. 2
red wlulm-1 IMW, . ,
Cuittf Vutetltci!, gonorally lower: 4SH
cashorJuly; U; Augusl; WiSepteiiiiiK
Poi:i: Active, weak mnMoweiT HiU(iaJ
cash or July: HWitJli'MAugust.
T,aiiii AcKvo,- weslr hnd loner; $70 cash or
J nl j j 8,177fii'Amrut. - . , i
num.- MKA4-Fiilr doiimiiA nnd "lower.
short rib 7K; short clear S 10. , -
lloo.ltcco)ti,,2,0S0; ihdl and very w&ik;
lx;H lower, mixed 6 1035 7Q; heavy 5 70 JO 00;
light r,7nyo is,
co m I
SHKr.i'-Hecclpts l,ro); weaker: Inferior to
fair 2 IM3'! J: good 1 25; choice 1 to. -.,;
Nkw OnhiUNft, July OCoun In fair
demiind; mixed 0i,,tivliito tCJc,
t)ATH-e)uIetnHJllc. A ,
ll.vv Uioice, stipptv exhausted nnd ic-
quosted 10 OOfflA) 00; other grades ncgh-ctcd.
Fi.oi'ii-ilutct but sternly; higher gindes
125(,1 85. A, ., ,
Cok.v MlIAl. Stcad;flVeh,2 ,5.
PoiiK-Onll ut I0 7f.'itrr,'i
hAUii-Flrm: tierce Pfkeg 10.
liuiiir Mj.-ats Kciuce.iind him; shouUlcrs
itAroNbinl nnd iowor; ihoulders, 7 50;
long clear iinUlcur lib. 000.
j JI.hh-Hlum-kCili-oiI. Kliwnli- mill in fiilrdo.
miinil; cli Icociiiivussed JiiSiiiif,
H'UlsivliV Rllli: Western recflllcil I C5
1 20. , pfPlff
fuiTi-.K i-'nir liemnud; rfo cargoes cpm
mnu to plino7ko3il,"Ji.
HUiiAi: SleudvnlHlin fair demand! com
mon to good common OJiifM: fair to fully fair
7,'4k71,s-, inline to choice ,y$.V4i yellow clavl-
,moi. rtrtia l'ormontlnsn"d1eUardv contrl
fuital quttt and sternly ue 25H20.'
nit .n Kasler uV XiyMw.
t'uriuN -ki:o on, Uiuao a.)Q6j.i (.uinmer
Louts, July n-rFfJV!-ttiMs"a
lopuriidiis waiiteil. VJgfffeir.
weaic. po, v. icui iis ;'; r'.r,:; --.--1(0
AuguH; IwirflW.Mte'i'SS, 4SOII
l.'OKN oiver, wcakf, WWfai." sciiteiii
July; ViVlWl ' August; J "' ei,lul
bOAw-cun. sjxaaefJ"1" WMnaW au.
B-'!l Isiv'K v.-Sh(idr. ' ':,
Con.v lKAfi Uctier; J jj.
Poiik SLnnily lower: Jobbing 13K- ,
UUi.K MkAT-howerj: lung clear 7 SO; slior
rib 7iiv: illort clear rtJ.'. . r .r'ci,
IJAiw-'X.owBr, long clear noniloiil, Sil
shortriblfc; short clear 8 to,
!aiu Nominally lower,
I.lVK htock-. -
CUrn.Y-Hccelpts JS.O: Hr!rf Jfirnnient
medium to fairiiullveser lerlw '' f'"-
nnd butchers' use, n',ir,ii'HTmm
nlkowun!cd,bitt.ot here. &Wx&&n
IIISO WllUICU, UHl-nui i.w... -- i, w. llul
good to eliolco shipping - 'Wt". roiM to
to fair in.MSE;, !'' ' '.ffi?:
choice toxiiiis .iw. .. ,i"""."vai73: com.
COWSUIIll iiwi"." -- -
HiiimiinL'vto 0 : heavy .'
Bond 0?iieei: prime
ttpocla'l to live Gazette. ' .hrmtBh
8T. www, , July -tL n
Uiul drcuicil hCCl openuui-
flood, fst Tosans
or tba best aw c ,,. ------ ,in
uro cnmnuu m "':' , " There
and inferior grade ervdull a "re.
is a f.ir Miiiuly of commott to medium no
Sve ilwff acta mi common T,i
i .,.-. rtl choice tooxrm "''' w' KW
sujiply an 1 defend Mm About equally 1U
anced, llutchers are' overstocked hnd m
holding '6fC BWrtpenmr. buying rtngly
suddf the bei stock. Shipper are o, pC
the mirkeCi'i fn-eount of bad eastwa ad,
view. 'ofl &hH,M(J P0, ' "'
dlun,J7fpi iwwriot.eo w.y. r Tn1 ?
,. -.Kjjx iHewnm- '
rriiB iieroipis iu,iar; woiiuuriu uwiiu ",
uon to fair shippers 104-21 lower; ox-.
6 80t(l oo: good to choice siuppinir
iit5d0Q5,Sj; common to iiicillum l.i
w,- i i rnaBrTWinr . - &Mm&mrwrv.r" ?nr" 'rwrafrjftA ... .' ..
,tr dhbhvih ' ." .rru xscmMrAat!viix,K?&rT''izvf.-.!itXX ! "jTK'fir.jtJrtni -. t .. .
. t h vjmv- i i imii ii ill ih iiiwmp'M' mv m i ' . "wmbbk.- " 3 --- . ... -m-i is i
t f j .. w..i. - .--r-c -' f 5-s .- - .. - r5r'3ar2&l