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Capital Location Meetings. T
Tlic < In Favor ol (lark** A
The people of Went Virginia will be ad*
eltfwnl st the following tines and places, T
and I>y the following speakers, in favor of
iforgantowu, Monongalia eoanty, June
Uen.JNullmn GofT, Jr. Q
oi. ncuiiis, tuLurr tjuuutj, JUIIU joui?
By John lUasel, Enq,
(iraiiUvillo, Calhoun county. June 25lli
?By Hon. Ben], Wilton anu Hon, K. M.
Tamer. Di
Glenville, Gilmer eountjr, July 3d?By
the lame Hpeokera.
Ojber announcement* will be made from A
time to time.
fJood Advice.
We have a brief telegraphic nynopci* ^
tliirt morning of a speech by Fred. DourlaAM
to Home colored people at bin old
home in Maryland. Among other advice
given to bin brethren wan an appeal to
them to nave tbtir moiity and accumulate ^
urooertv. Otherwise he Haw verv little
in the future for them. "A poor people," ^
Haiti he, "is always a i!e>?people,"
and fur the reason (auiung other thing")
that "without money there ia no leisure,
without leisure there ia no thought; with* 8I
out thought there ia no progress." "If,"
said Fred., "in 20 year* from now the j!
colored race an a race bliall not 'J
advance beyond the point where it m
stood when emancipated it in a ^
doomed race." Thin last statement sound* e,
somewhat despondent and ominous, com? ai
ant< from a representative ot the colored h<
race, but there in not mo uiuch in it as one ti
might think. It is not possible that the ci
colored race can occupy twenty years tl
hence their mental status as it existed at t:
the time of emancipation. Already they t(
have immensely advanced. Thousands
and tens ol thousands of them can read ^
and write. Twenty years hence they will
be a tolerably well educated people?better
educated than the poor whiles ofVir- w
Kima in the days of Democracy and |J(
?iavurjr. iiy tho census 01 laou there ,n
00,()00 grown ap white men am! women fr
in Virginia who oould not read and write. s?
The war emancipated not only the black* ai
hut the poor whiten of the South from the
thraldotu of ignorance.
Douglas' advice t? the negroes in good,
and yet the day'is far oft", we fear, when jj,
they will net on it m it prople. They ^
hare a struggle before tliem in the South
uiore hopeless in some respects than that
of the Jews in Europe during the middle *
ages. They lack the force of character o
to enable them, in the very near future, 1,1
i to overcome a constitutional predisposi- j4
tion to upend money filter than they earn 0
it. They work hard, and nre working a
more persistently and effectively every
year, and yet they upend their money to
very little profit. The present generation
roust needs disappear before the r
spirit ot thrift can Im? properly inspired 1
in them. And until thi* spirit dives possess
them to a much greater extent than j,
at present they will be a powerleti polit- I
ical element. j!
1 Pr'uiwrsa XTvxrnniwnA ?Tho IiI.imI will ^
probably be turned on at the rebuilt Ben* n
wood furnace at M^tin'* Terry next J
Saturday. The oM tibsh has been en* F
larked and she w expected to make more 1
iron than formerly. The fragment* of ,
the salamander taken out of the old fur* \
naoe will probably Iks smelted at the ?
Qaincy foundry over bore. ^
One of oar Wheeling builders informs ^
us that while there are not many new ?
bonnes going tip this season, yet there is J
a good deal of repairing and overhauling ^
being done. He has been l>ceu kept busy j,
almost uninterruptedly since February, t
Re also nays that the class of hounes left (
vacant this season are not, generally J
speaking, desirable bonnes. IIis idea is (
that we need more hoonea,adapted to the t
wants and tastes of "genteel poor people." S
Tlie clearing up at Pittsburgh con- '
tinue to exceed thos-e of the name time
last year. Tins shows that the country t
is buying a* tinny (a nd more) goods than t
i&at ye*r, for prices being lower the vol- jj
urae must be larger. a
The tola! amount of national bank cir- c
culation is now $302,700,000. It has been ^
a little lower than this figure, but has at 1
no time since (he movement on tlie part A
of the banks to contract their circulation }
run down as low as the old $.'100,000,000 ?
limit, at which it stood until the law was *
passed in 1869 authorizing an increase to
meet the clamorous demands of the South j
and West for more money. The circulation 1
t present manifests no marked tendency t
toward increase ordcorease. It remains j
almost stationary, the fluctuations being j
apparently alight. The fact that under a |
I iree uanKing law u nan rundown lonear- ?
ly the old limit, uhcu the restrictions of j
the i?rif;in:il legislation establishing the ,
national bunking fjntem were in force, <
(urnishe* a conclusive argument against
inflation theories. The total Tolume of j
the greenback circulation U now about <
$360,000,000. The Treasury official* hope i
to get it back before September to $356,000,000,
at which figure it atood when 1
Secretary Richardson took it upon him- ,
self to inflate the currency by putting i
out the legal tenders retired by Secretary >
McCulloch. 1
I'rcubjterinu Axxrinbl).
IUlifax, Jane 19.?In the Pre*by
kciian Amwuij yrsi?ru?j win uew(jaiB
from the General Assembly of the Untied
Presbyterian Chnrch of North America
ami the Rov. J. Gillespie, of the Presbytery
of Southern Illinois waa introduced,
and in his address referred at length
to the working of the church in the U. S.
ami the benefit* resulting from the great
revival services. i
\ Tlitcvlug nail Agent* j
Richmond, Juno 19.?R. G. Moebyl a
mail carrier, ha* been arrested by apecial ?
a^nta fer purloining money from registered
letters. Moaby u highly connected,
and it taid to bo a cousin of John S. Moa- <
"7- He was held to ball in $500.' <
h? Indian Outrages in Oregon, b
General Hatsicre of Settlers.
roops Fighting at a Disadvant- ?
age and Many Killed.
eneral Howard Powerless for e,
Want of Force. J,
silructlve Fin at Burlington, Iowa. "
Pretly Cut Under thi Civil Rights '
Bill. Jj
Jcwlih Banker Excluded from a Sir- l:
togi Hotel. [,
Booause he It a Hebrew. *
Scorching Letter to Judge Hilton. ^
lanlclpnl ('ImoNnt Nlciibcnflllfl {,
?An Eilillnf ft-Niaoii ot Con*
rll I.nut Sight.
^tkCbknvii.le, 0., June 19.
eclnl to (he IutellljrtKvr. ai
The dead lock in the Council, which b
w conliuued for ncmal months to the ?
triment of the city, terminated in an
most disgraceful oceim to-night, the ^
eml>ers indulging in disgusting epi- \
ielH, carrying their language to such an &
ice."* ai 10 resuu in an order lor llieir n
rrcHt. The Council Chamber wan crowded >i
f the friend* of both parties, and at one H'
me a free tight aceuicd imminent. The H
itizena are thoroughly dugunted with
?eir City Fathers, ami there m Htrong
ilk of calling an indignation meeting "
> demand their resignation. a
The Democratic member*',are entirely *
> blame for thin deploralde *?ate of af- *
lirn, as they persist in voting nolidly tl
UaiiHt all nomination* made by the *
favor for police anil other officer*, no c
latter to which political faith the norniee*
belong or how well qualitied they
iay be. The content id likely to result a
i great Iota to the city, there being two t,
it* of policemen.. All public busineM is I
t a Mtand still. Kf.poktkr. tl
Indinu OutrageM.
WAsniNaToN, June ID.?Gen.Sherman t
a* received from (Jen. McDowell at San |
rancti?co, the following di*patch from
011 ITiiwimI nl.Pt T.nnuPfti.
Washington Teruitouy, June 1G. 1
The Indians began by surrounding the I
bite men, in revenge for the^urder 1
f their Chief, killing three others at the ?
itue time. Since they have begun war 11
pon the (>eople, near Idaho, Capt. Perry
a* started with two compuniesfor them;
titer troops are Wing brought forward
s fast an possible. (Jive me authoritv h
i>r twenty>five Indian scouts and I think c
reMhalt make short work of it. 1
(Signed) Howard.
General McDowell add*-: I had al- t
eady informed Howard of yogr decision ?
list the division has all the scouts that 1
an he allowed. e
San Fiukcwo, June 19.?The follow- ?
ng particular.-! have been received ot the I<
ndian outbreak in Oregon: Friday t
jorning news^ wan rvceivetl at Lewiston *
liat Salmon fiver Indiana and Joseph's
mil hail RiiMtiililnl nn f n"i?? '?
jur whites were killed on Salmon river,
esrthemouth of White Bird river. The
ndians Attacked a settlers camp on the n
irairie, killed Benj. Norton, his wife and 1
wo ?r three others; attacked all trains t
n the road and have possession of the 'J
rhoie prairie exoept the town of Monnt t
daho, which they threatened. Friday i
vening it force of 100 troops, two friond- r
y Indians and Biveral citizens left i:
,apwH garrison under command of f
kdonel Perry, for Mount Idal\p. t
loon after news was received that Capt. \
fas. linker, Samuel Benedict; his wifeand t
our children, Harry Ma*on, Henry 1
Jifens and Warren, an expressman, have a
teen killed on Salmon river; also a pack
rain of forty mules was attacked nesr
Jold f-'qring, and two wbite?, named
)avenport aud'Cosley, Wri killed; two t
lalfhrutda escaped. After the arrival of (
Jol. Perry a dispatch came through to f
he effect that 'he arrived at Mt. Idaho, t
Saturday mornihg, found the reports of 1
K??? nil a/4 ?<i ?i.? t-j:? .
.?n? .. -V ...... ,UV 4UUIHIII1 H^IIC IU [
Salmon river and troops in pursuit. c
Mensenget* from Kamakor, brought by j
he Indian Misnioni to tlio Agency,' any (.
hat twenty-nine whiten have been c
tilled, and the whiten had killed e
iVhite Bird, Chief of the band, (
ml bin family. Le Mian tor haa an 01Ionization
of *00 men partly fitted for
lome duty and in cane of an emergency.
l>o companies of infantrv are expected ^
ti the Htreeta from Wallila to-night and (
Wenty-lifo cavalrymen trom Walla- t
.Valla to-morrow. Five hundred Indians ]
ire in llagmam'a Creek, but no hostile* j
iro there yet. ,
liter. . j
The troops with 150 men from Mount ?
daho encountered Indians at the head of j
kVhite Bird Caven. The troops din- i
nounted and left n few soldiers aqd 20 i
riendly Indian* to hold their horse*. I
The Indians opened Ore on the troops I
ind the fighting continued for none
ime. The soldiers guarding the horses
:ould Pee that the lodiami were getting
;ho bent of the tight and that the soldiers (
were retreating. The Captain oi the ,
citizens and Sergeaht Lvtle and one sol- (
lier were killed. The whole horse guard, ,
Indians and whiten, broke and run, noma
lor Ml. Idaho and some for Lipwai, leav- }
ing the horse* to run over the prairie. ,
Those coming to Lapwai never stopped ]
to tell until they reached the post.
Many houses on the prairie have been
Another soldier, who reached the garrison
at S o'clock A. u. on the ISth, from ]
the |Gght, {reported the troops on foot
uid surrounded by the Indians, and in a :
iund-to-hand figlrt Col. Perry and aboht
one-half ol his command are said to have
been killed and the remainder surrounded
and fighting against odds. When the
soldiers left the Indians were engaged in
% tight with the non-treaty Nexperces.
They, together with the other diaatiected
tribe*, number about 200 effective war- !
riors. The whole country in wild with
alarm. The Indians are maiuacreing men,
women and children, and the settlers
lire fleeing in all directions. General
Howard is now sit Lewiston, but is powerless,
owing to the inadequate military
forces. Troops hate been ordered from a
number of posts in the Department and
will soon be on their way to the scene.
General McDowell, commanding tho Division
of the Pacific has been telegraphed
to and speedy assiatancedemanded. Go?.
J had wick ha* been applied to for arms,
Ohicaoo, Jon* 19.?General SheMdan
as received (be following dispatch:
Hur Fa an cisoo, J une 19.
The following telegram hai been resi
veil from General Howard, dated Ft.
.apwai, June 16,1877:
The Indians of White Bird and Jo*
?ph's bands murdered about 20 neoplein
le scattered settlements 30 miles from
ere eastward. Captain Perry, will* two
irapanies, made a forced march thither,
ut the Indians had tied. With fresh
ones they expect to catch them crossing
le Salmon river. Please notify Forts
[all, Shaw, Ellis adU other eastern posts.1
.Another bw?d tied nwrth by Bpalcoute
nd mar combine near I-'lathead agency,
reWtiaing to be* peaceful. Fort Dnlte
ill bead them if possible. Inspector
Catkins and I act together.
Major General.
General Sheridan does not look for a
ineral rising among the Indians, who
ave not been considered by the soldiers
< fighting Indians. He believes they
ill now attempt to make terms and will
01 give the military further trouble.
8ah Fbakcibco. June 19.?A UUpatch
w juat been received from Walla to the
tTect that a young man has reached there
om Montana, where he had been with n
and of cattle. He reports having been
etained several days by Indians inCour
te Leon mountains, but eflectftl his esij?e.
He reports the mountains full of
tidians who are working down this
av. The excitement has increased, and
number or volunteers s(Art.tyr the niter.
country at 7 oYlpok thi| oyenfiSg.
'wo companies of cavalry left tbouUftoii
> day for Fort Lapwai. The excitement
una high, and the people on Snake river
re without assistance. They are fleeing
jr places of safety,
Itclusid lo AuMvrr.
New Orleans, June ID.?0. B. Johnin,
late State Auditor, was summoned
efore % grand jury to testify as to the.
hereabouts of certaifl books belonging
J the office of Auditor; they having been
iking from the office at the time the
late House was turned over to the
ficholls government. He refused to
nswer any questions. The grand jury
eported the cane to the Superior Crimnal
Court, and it wa? ordered that he
honlil show cau-e to-morrow why he
houltl not be held for contempt.
custom house investigation.
The Custom House Commission reamed
investigations. It is learned that
he Commission is convinced of considerable
smuggling going on, and the present
vsteui of doing business on the coast
tationa can't prevent it. Iii their report
bey will undoubtedly recommenda change
uu probatuy HUbuui u plan lor better
onduct of the const service.
Dentil l>y the I ur*.
Sr. Louid, June 19.? I^ite last evening
stranger, named John O. ileingie, at;mpted
to board a moving train at the
telay house, east of St. Louis, fell under
le wheels and wan cut in two and intantly
killed. The papers on his body
bowed that he served in the Element*
Uinoin Infantry during .the wat "birt
here was nothing to indicate where ie
Louis A. Conley, foreman in yard of
he C'arondolet branch of the Missouri
'acific Railroad, in the extreme southern
art of the city, while coupling cars la-t
tight, caught hid foot iu the (rag and wad
brown down 4nd four ca/s parsed over
tin body, almost Instantly killing him.
Nilver Coin.
2S?\v 10RK,June 19.?Horace White
ia? written a letter to the Iteming JW
oncoming Secretary Sherman'* view#,
fhe l*oit, in an editorial reference, Kays:
"His (Horace White's) frank avowal
hat in hid judgment it id worth while to
aako tho effort in an inlalligent manner
o retain the u?e ofailteras international
aoney, show* that hd regard* silver coin
iurb with favor, and increases the
orce of hid condemnation of the current
iropoaitiona for the restoration of ailvar
n the money of account in the present
inancial circumstance* of the'country.
Railroad Sleeting.
Toronto, June ld.?a special dispatch
ays that a meeting of the Grand Trunk
Jailroad shareholder*, adjourned from
Vpril ?J0, took place to-dar. Captain
Pyler state* that the negotiations ifith
he Great Western Railroad Company
*ere not concluded. The Board of Electors
of the Great Western Railroad
listinctlr and Onallv refuse the proposal
or a division of "the riet receipt* of the
wo companies, but-here proposed a diriaion'of
the net xmeipta by the competiive
traffics. Mr. Sellers and Captain
Pyler will go to Canada in the autumn to
ettle the question.
Strike on tlie t'niiul.
Baltimore, Juno 19.?The atrike of
he canal boatmen on the Chesapeake &
)hio canal for one dollar per ton lor
reigbtage on coal from Cumberland to
idewater, is now general. A number of
>oatmen have resolved to tie up their
>oats at Eight Mile Level, Montgomery
:ounty, and permit no loaded boats to
)?sh down. Moat of the hoala received
!0 cents ner ton, while a few received 90
lents. The latter are opposed to the
trike. Sunday only thirty boaU were at
Cumberland to load.
Cantfon to the I'abllc.
New York, June 19.?L. Vinhofluiau
fc Co., 150 Wall street. have cautioned
he public against purchaaing certain
lecurities stolen during the night'of June
1st, from the wail car while in transit
:rom London to Tar In. 'The secortlies
?on<ist of French .rentes. Egyptian, Spanish,
Russian and United States bonds of
iggregate value of more than 70,000
pounds, "with railway stock valued at
wveral thousand pound*. The robbery
was a hold one, and bo skillfully executed
that only a slight dew, if any, can l>u obtained
to the perpetrators.
A Masonic i'onvonllou.
Omaiia, Juno 10.?The 20th annual
Donrention of the Ma*onicvGrand Lodge
}f this State assembled to-day in the new
temple in this city. About two hundred
persons jtrt pre-ient^delegatw from all
parts of the country. l^lie new temple
wis dedicated this eVenlnR with' the*nsnnl
ceremonies, R. C. Jordan, u U. M., delivering
an oration.
InFmrorof the Ciovernuient.
Mobile, Ala., June 19.?In the government
suit, involving the title to the
bank building of the Deposit and Savings
Association, bought by the United States
it a wale for internal revenue taxe^, in
the Circuit Court, Judges liradley and
Wood on the bench, was decided in favor
of the government.
A HI filing Collector.
Baltimore, Jano 19.?Jos. O. Glenville,
collector o! the Northern Central
Railroad, has been missing since Friday
last; that dav he had collected several
thoinand dollars, which he tnrned in.
He i* alio Vice President of the Peabody
Saving Bank. Ilia account! there are
prononnced correct.
Haiidiy Mnevlion TmimI.
Cikcuwiti, June 10.?In a test ease
brought before Judge Wilson, of (lie Police
Court, this morning, as to the legality
of Sunday variety shown, it was decided
that the law prohibited sucfi performance*.
Wauiikoton, June 10.?The Secretary
of War has extended lo Augnut 17, o
the leare of absence lo Oen. Newton, o
pbactici cbcibe. o
The tailing yeenel Constellation. with J
cadet midshipmen on hoard, wlilaail
from Annapolis Tuesday for their annual 11
practice cruise. The examination exer- a'
cises at the Naval Academy close to* 11
morrow. Secretary Thompson and a P
number ol prominent officiate will be "
present. ai
JAe Cabinet Ia now Msession. / " jj
Rev. Henry Ward Eeecber called on ci
the President to-day. r<
Mr. flelaplaine, Charge De A flairs of the p
United States at Vienna says: The ca
Shirk U1 Islam has recently sent a dele- te
gation of the doctors of law to the Cherif, u,
of Mecca, direct descendant of the Pro* w
fihct, for the purpose of demanding fiindu jj
rom the Treasure of Islam, to be applied J
in the defense of Mam's faith. This jj
Treasure is formed from the annual
offerings of pilgrims, which are accuinu- ti
Isted in the Kabbah of Mecca. The Cherif, ^
of Mecca, receives an average of 15,000,000 cc
francs iu the annual offerings. One of the j)(
offertory chests was opened during the at
KusflO*'lurkish war in 1828, and several ^
large sums were withdrawn, but it was to
afterwards again (Josed. The second e,j
cheat was opened in 1854, during the
Crimean war, but the third has not been u;
opened sinoe 1115. -It'is conjectured that jj
the accumulation of money in the last t4
named offertory chest ran't l>e less than 0I
two hundred and fifty million, and it in tj
fully believed thnt the total amount of Hj(
the Treasure of Islam will exceed six
hundred million franca and even a much
higher sum.
The UniUd State* Minister at Stock* 1
holm han informed the State Department
that an agricultural exhibition will be y(
held nt Christiania, Norway, from the 2d *u,
to the 7th of October next. It will l>e ?(
open to foreign as well as domestic im* *
plementfl and machine*. The'preiniums ^
will consist of gold, silver and bronze a|
medals and honorable mention.
New contract* have been made with ju
the Richmond and Bod well granite com* *e
tianiea for stone for the north wing of the rc
wilding to be used for the State, War w
and Navy Departments. These contracts tli
will 1h? a having to tho United States on P<
the cutting of stone for the north wii'g te
over the cost of cutting stone for the vi
south wing, already completed, ?*f $G72,* v<
811). The pricei agreed ujw)n<nte bated ?u
upon tfi4 Wage* of*ston? ffutterS al $11 per w
day, a liberal allowance of time for cut* hi
ting each stone, and a profit to the con- ta
tractors of from 20 to 30 per centum, ol
The contracts do not exceed the appro* f I
priation*. in
The Cabinet meeting to-day was short- tli
er than usual. No appointment* were w
j^reed on. Mprt.pf theaessitJniraaoecu- y<
^itd with the <iiMp!>rtion of rulei for the A
government erf anointments irr the civil gi
service throughout the country, which ??
will be soon promulgated. bt
General Ord, commanding the Depart- "I
ment ot Texas, baa been directed to hold gJ
for Uie present the Mexican soldier* ta- m
ken a few days ago, while retreat- pi
ing from the revolutionary/force?, if their ai
release will lead to aneucoanter between tl
them and the*insifrgwtn, but if they can w
be released and go to their quartern in >r
Mexico without further trouble they will ?t
be net free. _ " pi
The President to-day issued a procla- 8j
matton declaring that'a nublic sale of y(
valuable Government^ lands will beheld J,j
at the Land Office, in Harrison, Ark., t)1
October 1st,, dhder jict.o! Congress of ^
July4tb, 1S7Q, reopening to the public ()1
the sale of (lOtermbeYit lands in Arkan- r,
Has, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and C(
Florida, which had previously been snb. ja
ject ooJy to. hqinestead settlement. The
tandu mnaill a?J ? .1
wuM^t vt nt i vi Hjiwiuini uiuunoiiu
acres in Arkansas. No bid less than the ^
(Jovernment minimum of one dollar and ?
twenty-five cento per acre will be enter* j0
tained and any land* not disposed of will j
be subject tt> privsto ?ntry at SI 25 per
acre. A similar proclamation will be
issued for the sale of landa in the otber r(
States named as soon an-the-necessary g(
lists can be prepared. No public lands a,
have be eh offered 1n (bin wav for many y
- m
Bidrf for supplying ordinary official en* 0|
velopes and dead letter and registered
package envelopes for one year from July 8
1, were opened at the Postoftice Depart- 0j
ment to Jay. There were three bidders j.
as follows: I). M. Boyd, New York,$56,?
f?70; George F. Nesbit & Co., New York,
$44,852; Morgan Envelope Co., Spring*
Held, Maifs^ $44,350. The award will be
made after the approval of the buildings ..
and machinery of the loweat bidder.
It is reported that .Nicholas Fish, non ^
of. ex-Secretary Fish, now Secretary of ra
Legation at Berlin, has been appointed ?
to the Swisi Mftsfoft. g
1 Tl.~ f~ll J . 1 ...
??v lununiilj; nan UCLIUUU upon UV 1116 ft
Cabinet meeting to-day. The letter was tc
mailed from the Treasury Department a
I this afternoon: ai
Trkasury Department, \ S
Washington, D. C., June 19. j ri
Francii 0. French, Esq., New York: V.
Sir:?Your letter of the 18th inst., in *
which you inquirewhether the 1 percent
Lands now bfeiog sold by the Government 11
ar? paynbl^princimtl ami-interest, in 61
gold com, is received. The subject, from "
its great Importance, has demanded and *
received careful consideration. Under :!
the laws now in force, there is no coin isHued
or issuable in which the principal of a
the Four per cent bonds is redeemable ?
or interest payable except gold coins of I
the United States of the standard valne ,7
fixed by the lawa in force July 14,1870, 1
when the bonds were authorized. Tke '
government *xaeki in exchange for these ?
bonds jrayment at their face value in such j
gold coin, and it is not to be anticipated
that any future legislation of Congress or
any action of any department of tne^ov- P
erument would sanction or toleruto the
redemption of tho principal of those
bonds, or the payment ot interest thereon I
in coin of less valne than the coins I ^
authorized by law at the time of the 0
issue of the bonds, bring coin cxacted
bv the government ,iu ex- 0
change, for the aaiuc essential element of K
good faith in preserving equality between 1
coinage in which the Government re- l'
ceivea and that in which it par* these
bonds will bejaaeiedly observed by the
Government and people of the United ii
Slates. Whatever may be the system of S
coinage which the general policy of the
nation may at any time adopt, this principle
is impressed on the text of the
lawa of July 14th, 1870; under which the 2k
4 percent bonda are issued and requires, tl
in the opinion of the Executive Depart- 1
ment ot the Government, the redemption t,
of these bonda and the oavment of thoir i
interest in coin of eqoal value with that a
which the Government receives on their ii
iaiue. Jn
Very respectfully,
Jonx Sherman, Secretary.
London,June 19.?Steamihina?\Vi*er, i
W. A. Scolten, Victoria and Slate ol I
Georgia, from New York, and Parthia, *
jrom Boston, have arrived. f
l i'MC I'ader the llvil Kluhts
Nkw York. June 19.?The excluiion
( Joseph Helicainti, banker, from the
Irand Union Hotel, Saratoga, nnder the
peration of the rule established by
udge Hilton, successor of A. T. Stewart,
xcludiog all Jews from the hotel, occaona
much comment in Jewish circles and
wakenamuch interest in all other claa*
?. Mr. Lauterback, counsel for Seliglaiusaya
letters had poured in this morn*
ig from all sources, from co-rellgionlsta
nd others, who included some of the
lost prominent men in the community,
mdemnlng the policy adopted by Judge
ilton. Mr. Lauterbach said he believed
udge Hilton was amenable, civilly and
iminally, under the Civil Rights act, for
.-tuoiug it umu uuuimnuu iu a jiu uilU
bubo. Lauterbach says it is true that
[r. Seligman wu a member and also
resident of Mr. Idler's Societr of Ethi- 1
il Culture, but there wan nothing in the
aching* or tenets of that society which
ilitated against Seligman's being an he
m. and regained, a Jew in race and re- '
git;S Joseph Seligman's brother James
as a director of the 5th Avenue Temple,
is brother Jesse was President of the
ebrew Orphan Asylum, the largest
ebrow elemosynary institution in the
luntry. They were all prominently
mnectfcd with every Hebrew and other ,
tnevolent projects. Judge ITilton sent 1
i oral message to-day to the Western J
Bsociated Press that there was nothing
add to hfs statement already publish- '
t <
Mr. Seligman, while freshly stung by
s treatment, wrote a letter to Judge j
ilton and sent a copy to his brother
>Me, with instructions to publish it at ,
ice, but the latter delayed the publica- \
dii, mitgrnpiung nia nrouier, WHO insted
that it be puMinhed.
The following ia a copy of the letter: (
Clarendon Hotel, \ ,
t Saratoga, June 15. j
iwfye Henry Hilton, care of A. T. Stewart Jc
Co., New York:
DearJudoe?My family hare for many
>ars patronized the Union Hotel at Saroga,
but were informed yesterday bv
jur managers that order** from headlarters
are to exclude all Jewish fainiea
from the lint of guest#. This person
lleging aa a reason that there existed a
ejudice among Americana against the .
?ople of that jtonui anion which had iured
the Union to that extent last
ason that headquarters proposed to
mat them out, namely, tell them all
ithout exception that all rooms except i
ie garret chambers were engaged. Now )
srmit me, dear Judge, in your own inrest
and in the interest of Mr. Stewart's
tiuable estate, the lion's share of which ,
)u ?eein to have acquired, to say you are ,
Iding to the many serious mistakes ,
hicli yyu have committed eince you in- ,
srited that estate l?y refusing admit- ]
nee to the Union Hotel to a large claas ,
; people, irrespective of their re- <
lectability, wealth and proper bear- ,
g, merely to pander to vulgar ,
rejudicen, under the mistaken notion ,
lathy so doing you will till the house
ith other nationalities. You will tind ,
mrself mistaken. You are nojudgo of
mcrican character. Tlie world in benning
to be more tolerant in matters of
itb, of creetl or birth, than you would
slieve or would have them. Thejrde- .
UHO intolerance, low cunning andvul- ,
irity, and will not patronize a man who j
eka to make money bv pandering to
reindict* of the vulgar. I regret that you 1
re running the Union at a loss. I regret >
latyou are making no headway in your
holetalc departments in New York and
i Chicago, and that even the Ulh
reet retail store, ho popular and
rosperous under the management of
10 late Mr. Stewart, has _ lost ita
>st patrons. A little redection mast
tow you that the serious falling oil' in
>ur business is not clue to the patronage
: any one nationality, but to a want of
itronageof all,and that you,dear Judge,
e not big enough to keep a hotel nor
road enough in your busine*H views to ,
in n drv cnodn ?tnr#? Ynn triail
impetition with experienced and popu- ,
r houses in the manufacture of carpets
id woolens, of Bilks and of scores of arclen
of minor importance, and you have ,
icceeded in none, and you never will, and ,
would respectfully volunteer an advice ,
ir. which I charge you nothing
thdugh you once charged me
10,000 for an advice which was worth 1
)thing. That if you want to save the
!?t of the onco valuable estate of Mr.
;ewart that you advertise another large ,
iction and sell your merchandise and
jur hotels to the highest bidder, and no
atter at what sacritice you get rid of
lem, you will do better than by holding 1
?to things which yon can not intelli- J
intly manage.
Trusting that you will avail yourself
! this friendly advice, I reuiaiu, dear
udge, yours very truly,
Joseph Seliqman.
The 1'nban Insurrection.
IIava&a, via Key West, June 19.?
fhil(t there appear tp be no indicationn ,
[ unity of purpose among the, no-called
panijh' party, there are. indications
uohg Individuals that they would gladly ,
iake peace with the insurgents on alloat
any terma if it were not for the j
naniah nr'nlp. aii th? n??cmti??inn? mua*
ircly result to the disadvantage of
pain. Tho Insurgent) are not advene
?negotiating for peace, provided that an
utouomy, with a sufficient foreign guarntee.be
ceded. Sensible Cubans and dome
paniard*say thej know the dangers aur>unding
their, independence and, would
refer annexation to the United States.
Men Martinet Campos arrived eight
lontlis ago with 30,000men, the pacificao*n
of Island wasrfgain promised at the
ad oi tlio winter campaign, but the re*
ilts show that the advantages gained
ero over balanced by the disadvanige*.
The state of the Island is not better
tan it was last year at the same season,
nd insurrection is as strong as ever,
nd no visible advantage gained. The
reasurv of the Inland is exhausted,
taily publication of the situation of the
'reasury has been suspended. Last
car at this date gold stood at 215; it
uw stands at 2 27. Very few Cubans
ave taken advantage of the amnesty
ecree. They have no confidence in it,
tale affairs in the Inland urn languid
rostrate and disheartening.
< ampus* I'lea.santric*.
Havana, Jane 19.?General Marlines
orapos, in the field near Santiago, decrated
the flag of a battalion of sharplooters
of San Quintin with the collar
f the Order of San Fernando for their
allantry in action at Gallatea, July 6th,
871. Unusually heavy raim in the Disrict
of Santiago retard operation*.
A Royal order has been issued approvog
the laying of a second cable between
antiago do Cnba and Jamaica.
v? HI ifcnuii
St. Locts. June 19.?A Warreniburg,
lo., special to the Globe-Democrat says
hat a twonrtorv brick bouse, occupied by
larrison A Reaford, fell to-day, carrying
o the cellar with it in the debris A. II.
larrison. one of the firm, who wai killed,
nd George Kane, who was mortally inared.
Several other* were injured, but
lone seriously.
limits HKMUMH) Damage*
Bootoh, June 19.?Several person* havug
reflected very seriously upon H. A.
Hood in connection with hu failure and
tatement of liabilities he has begun suit
or libel, laying hia damages at f100,000.
Tt\jklah Outages on the Christiar
Population Continue.
Mulder and Pillage Converting the
Country Into p Waste.
The Immente Treuurei of Islair
at Meooa
To be Drawn Upon for the Defenoe
of the Moilem Faith.
A Chance for American Machines
at the Norway Fair.
The Debate In the French Chambers
-A Stinging Array of Whereas's,
London, June 19.?With Suleiman
Paaha about to effect a junction with the
Albanian division of his army, the posiion
of the Montenegrins is regarded as
The inefliciency of the Russian Comjuariat
in Armenia and on the Danube ia
sonfirmetl, and the Czar in exa?j>erated at
:he scanty provisioning of the troops.
Vienna, June 19.?The Turk* have
alien back from all their positions, while
he Russians have advanced to Olu, IhIiikirbaba,
BakanyUh andTopraki.
Great discontent exiflta at the conduct
)f Irihmail Ha?ki Pasha, Governor of Erteroum.
In no brigade of Russian troops does
he sick exceed three per cent, and there
s no sickness of epidemic character.
Exaggerated reports have arisen from
he fact that all the sick, whose recovery
fill require time, have been removed to
reserve hospitals at Bucharest and other
plaoes behind the Danul>e line, *> nn to
uake room for cases that will arise after
lio CioKtinn MmT!,i, I
iiiUHiiftl number of ambulances to be seen.
The roads are still very precarious on
iccount of the floods prevailing in the
Danube. >
Outrages are proceeding unchecked in
he Province of Tultche. Christians are
outlawed by the authorities and abanloned
to the Tartars. Circassian farms
ind villages ar* wantonly sacked and
jurned in ordor.to make tho country a
lesert before tho advancing. Russians,
ihastlv heads are <very day carried
about by the' blood-sUined murderers,
ind the flames of burning villages are
risible every night.
Electric torpedoes have been laid at the
in trance to the B&y of Smyrna.
> ?i?i?
Verhaillrs, June 19.?Debate in the
Chamber of Deputies continues. Louis
Ulanc has maue a speech against the
Ministry. maintaining that their duties
ire purely clerical;
Versailxs, June 19.?In the Cham)er
of Deputiee the debate on interpella:ion
was resumed. - The principal specch
uraamadeby Leon Renault, former Prefect
of Police, who addressed the House
n the name of the Left Centre and all
he Conservative!! who on the ground of
reason had rallied to the Republic. In
vehement but pcrnuasive language he
lemonstrated the impassibility of turning
backward and restoring the monarchy.
Hie present Cabinet would ruin theMarihal
as Polignac had ruined Charles X.,
ind simply naVe tho way for the triumph
of the ftonapartiaU.
Count DeChoiteid then presented the
following order of the day:
Whereas the Ministry formed May 17,
under lite Presidency of Duke De Broglie,
was called to the direction of public affairs
contrary to law of tlie majority,
which is the leading principle of parliamentary
government, and has since asjumin?
the office avoided giving a&y ex
jjiauauuiu ,iu iuc imwiuuwt ^cjircrcn ibtiyw,
and whereas it has urged the administration
to crush universal suffrage.
by all tho means at its disposal,
and' Whereas it represent*
merely a coalition of Monarchists,
guided by. an inspiration from the clerical
party, and. whereas it has allowed
Attacks on *our national representative*
and incitements to a violation of
the law to paw unpunished, and whereas
on all these eronnds it itnperills peace
and order and disturbs business and general
interests; therefore the House declares
that the Ministry does not possess
the cootidentfe of the nation.
When the reading of the order was concluded
there was much cheering and the
Ministers quitted Iheir seats, and when
the cheering was renewed the Ministers
roturned, and the Paris Minister on Public
Works said the governraeut was indifferent
as to anv order of the day that
the Chamber might adopt?the country
would soon pronounce its decision.
Yes, exclaimed Qambetta, the country
will choose between ns.
The order of the day was adopted by a
vote of 3G3 to 153.
Movement* ot the Ex-rrewident*
London, June 19.?Gen. Grant will
besides the banquet at Liverpool, on the
28th inst., there id to be a dinner in hin
honor at the United States Service Club.
July 3d.
The Stock Exchange opened lirm, but
there wm a relapse owing to baseless
rumors concerning England's attitude on
the Eastern question. Reduction ol
Bank of England'* rates to 2 per cent in
talked of.
The Time* says: That Kentea should
rise with the political conflict in France
is surprising, and it is generally believed
that stock is manipulated for political
ends by clerical revolutionists. A few
operators have only to give notice that
within three days they want the stock
they previously bought on monthly account,
when sellers will have to buy it al
any price to supply the demand.
In the Honte of Commons to-day Mr,
George Osborne Morgan, Liberal member
for Denbighshire, gave notice that in
case oi the withdrawal of the buriali
bill by the Government he would move,
on the. 17th of July, a -resolution embodying
the rejected clause. After tl?r?
hours'discussion the motion for the re
jection of the prisoners bill was withdrawn.
The bill then passed a third
reading amidst cheers.
Cicrraan Bank Statement
Berlin, Jane 19.?The weekly ntatemeat
of the Imperial Bank of German?
howa an increue of 6,300,000 marks.
Chicago, Jnne 19.?Hon. S. B. Packard
of New Orleans in in the city on a
trip through the North in aearch o!
health, he refoaea to be interviewed on
political topics.
DlMMtronH Fire.
Ciiicauo, June 19.?A special from
1 Burlington, Iowa, says tbo most disastrous
tire which has occurred there in
four years broke out at 2:25 o'clock thin
morning, in Bell & Co'* wholesale dry
goodi house on Main street. A storm of
rain and lightning prevailed at the time,
and many believe it wan the work of an
incendiary, while others believe it to be
the effect of the lightning. The fire raged
1 for two hours, consuming Bell'* dry good*
store, Chamberlains' grocery, James A.
Quest'* music store, and also damaging
the house of Biklen, Winson & Co..
i wholesale groceries. Tho losses of Bell
A Co. are fOO.OOO, Hodman estate, $25,000
on the hnllilino* ?? "
000: guests, $25,000; John 8. Bird on the
building, $30,000; E. C.imh on the build1
into, $25,000; Binklin, Winiion & Co., $10,000.
mostly by water; K. D. Hand on the
building occupied by a bank on the opposite
sjde of the street, $10,000 on gloss.
, The lire was arrested in Binklin, Winson
& Co'a. at 4:30 a. m. The insurance in
well distributed; about $150,000.
Breakdown ol u llallroad Bridge
' ?A Terrible; DiNaster llureley
Columbus Junction, Iowa, June 19.?
The east bound mail on the Atchison
branch of the C. li. & I. road ran into the
creek, 10 miles west of Washington,
Iowa, at 5:30 this morning. The engine,
baggage and two passenger earn fell 25
feet through the bridge; the sleeper stopped
with two-thirds of its length projecting
over the chasm. There were about
50 passengers on tho train; uone killed
anu none dangerously hurt. Engineer
Thomas' Rhodes, of Wilton, leu broken
and otherwise injured; lireman John
Moore, of Wilton, both legs broken; baggage
master Jake Cady, Davenport, both
legs and one arm broken, will die probably;
George Morton,express messenger,
badly crushed, but will recover. Several
of the passengers wero slightly hurt. The
baggage car and contenta were badly
.smashed. Had the Hlee]>er fallen on the
passenger coaches instead of stopping on
the trestle the loss of life would have been
frightful. The bridge waa undermined br
the tremendous rain of last night, which
flooded the country.
Mar?h?ll DonglaN.s at IIIn Old
Baltimore, June 19.?Marshall Douglass,
of the District of Columbia, yesterday
visited 8t. Michaels, Talbot county,
Md,, for the first time since he left as'u
fugitive 41 years ago, and was well received
by hi* former master, Capt. Thus.
Auld, and by Win. W.Brull', who taught
him reading, 'arithmetic and geography
fifty years ugo. in an addret? to the colored
people, Marshall Douglass said that
if in twenty years from now the colored
race as a race haa not advanced beyond the
point where it wad when emancipated it
is a doomed race. lie urged them to
earn money and keep it. "A poor people
are always a despised people; to be rescued
they urnat get money and property;
without money tuere is.no leisure; without
leisure no thought; without thought
no progress. _
The Fishery <lueNf ion.
Montreal, June ID.?At the first meeting
of the Fishery Commission the American
agent resisted ineffectually the admiuion
of counsel to the sittings. The
procedure of the court was agreed on
with the exception of ex parte affidavits,
which was objected to on the part ot
Great Britain. This point was settled
by admitting affidavits <iuartutn valiant.
The British case was then tiled. It consul
ta of a most voluminous history of the
habery difficulties since the American
revolution and claim* twelve million
dollar* damages, on the part of the Dominion
and tiro million eight hundred
thousand for New Foundland for twelve
years, six of which have elapsed.
A Yandcrbilt Election.
New York. June 19.?The Directors
of the Central Kailioad .to-day elected I
Wm. II. Vanderbilt. President, and Cornelius
and Win. K. Vanderbilt, Vice!
Pi-eiudents; Win. 11. Vanderbilt was also
elected President of the New York &
Harlem Kailroad Couipan7.
will be closed on the 1th, 5t|i, fob and 7th
of July.
Wealltcr muimiion*.
wam iwaktmknt, )
Ornne or th* (?aiKir Hionai. Ospjcnr, j.
Wamhinuion, D. G, Juiw *0-1 t. h.J
_ For Tennessee and the Ohio Valley, a
rising followed by a falling barometer,
stationary or higher temperature, south
winds, partly cloudy weather and rain
For the Lukes, nearly stationary followed
by a falling barometer, north wind*
shifting to thesoutheast. higher temperature,
increasing cloudiness and rain
areas. _
Cleveland Jockey Club.
Cleveland, June 19.?The initial
meeting of the Cleveland Jockey Club begins
to-morrow afternoon. A great num-1
l>er of the fastest runners are now here,
prominent among them being the stables |
of Kentucky ami Canada. Some of the
most celebrated breeders are also h#re.|
There is nothing wanting to make this
meeting a grand success, except line
weather; Pool selling commenced this
Fiw York, Juno 19.?Hartford* 13,
Chicagos 1.
Booton June 19?Boaton 13, St. Louis 0.
Erik, Pa., June 19.?lndianai>oliii 4,
' Erie* 1.
Jewell, June 19.?Lowell* 11, Buckeven
7. Thirteen innings playtd.
Sykacusk, June 19,?.Star* 5, Iouinvillca
4. _
Elcetiuu ol DimtorH.
, Toledo, Juno 19.?The s tockholdera of
the Dayton & Michigan liailroad Co.
elected tho following Board of Direclon
at their meeting here to-day: 11. M.
Shoemaker, Theodore Cooke, J. N. Conney,
Henry Lewi*, J. II. Roger*, L. B.
' Ilarriflon and Martin Bair, of Cincinnati,
and Smith M. Shoemaker, of Toledo. The
Board then elected K. M. Shoemaker,
President; S. M. Shoemaker, Vice Preaident,
and Mr. Short, Secretary.
| Meeting [ol 1'nrchuMlng Agent*.
Clktkland, June 19.?The Aiwocia!
tion of Railroad Purchasing Agent*
, called their fourth annual meeting to
, order at 10 o'clock this morning, PrcnU
. dent J. T. Sterling in the chair.
I The minutes of the last annual meeting
TIC icau mm a|'[NUHU.
JJThe diflcti0nion was opened on matters
relating to the interests of their peculiar
branch of the railroad bnainew.
Lite Underwriter*.
r Cnr r.u.n. Tn? 10 It,- T :f.. T7_.l._
u<uuaiNJi| u uuc * *.? lire uuc uuueiwriters
Aa?ociation of Ohio met in this
city to-daj. The annual addreaa waadelivered
bj Dr.C. C. Bombaugh, of Balti.
more. " _
| Nulne Intelllgeurr.
i Niw York, Jane 19.?Arrived?The
Pcrides, Liverpool.
Columbus, June 19.?Capt. Nathaniel
Marion, one of the olilent anil most prominent
residents of thin city, and ex-Warden
of tho Ohio Penitentiary, died to-day
of apoplexy.
New York Mouejr una NIocUn.
NkwJYOkjc, Jnno 19.?MOKRY?Closes
casyatlalH per cent. "Pritne mercantile
paper 3a4 per cunt. Custom receipts $171,000.
The Assistant Treasurer disbursed
$340,000. Clear!ufrs $18,500,000. Produce
export* for the week $481!,000, being a heavy
falling off us compared with last week.
Stcrliug, 4.87Ka4.8yX.
<?ou>-Opened and closed at 105&, with
sales in the interim ut 105!{*l06)i. Borrowing
rates JXal'alJtfa.l and 1 per cent.
81 lvrn?At London .13 1-16d. Ilere, silver
bars are quoted at $1 23Jf, greenbacks;
$1 17?X, gold. Silver com !? per cent discount.
UnltM HUtca 61 ol 1881, ooupon*. .114K
FWe-Tweutiw (18?ft) naw
pit?-twcdii? ham ? -my;
...? riwrm. ......... Ill
New Four sn<l a halb...MMM ^..107%
Ten-lortlt* ^.112%
Ton-fortiw (couponi) ..........
Cur??ncy Hl*e?.....
Railroad Bomm?Steady.
Statk SKcrniTiKs? Dull.
Stocks?'Tlio market whs without festurn
in the forenoon. Alter midday the
market was strong and higher. The advance
from the lowest point ranged from
K to IK per cent. The market trail more
active also. At the clone there were sales
to realizo, under which prices reacted * ;?
1 per cunt, the latter in Morris A Essex.
Sole* on Exchange were smaller than for
some time patt, aggregating only l?9t000
shares, of which 10,000 wcreLake bliore,
1,300 Northwestern. 5,000 llock Island, t?,40UNew
York Central, 12,000 St. Paul, 3,800
Delaware A Hudson, 22,500 Delaware, Lackawanna
* Western, r?,S0O Michigan Central,
<5,000 Morris A Essex, nml 10,000 Western
Western Union Northwestern com.. 21}^
iitj. xioriawraicrn piu...
QulckiHter-pfd 2l<i New Jersey Central
l*cMcALUL lUct Moid JB'i
Mariposa J . St. Paul 2?%
Marina preferred.. :i St. Paul preferred... 6lV,
Adams KxpreM ! <; Walurh... 1>M
Well*. Far,;o A Co.. ."7- Fort Wayno 8C*a
American .. 4t5j^ Torre Haute ..... ft
Colled States 44 T*rre lUute pfd~.... 11
Vow York Central- 'JO?; Ohio A Mississippi.. 3T?
Kdo Chicago A Alton..... 7'Jii
Krle preferred. 18 Chicago A Alton pfdloo
lUrlem..-.. ....1S7 iMUw.dv A Loi ku... S31^
lUrlern pri-Ifmd?.i;W A. A I'. Telegraphs
Michigan Centra!.... 40Jtf Mlsouri Paclfle. lta
Panama '.? }?* IturllUKton A lJulu..lOO
Uiiioti Pacific atock.. f>7 ILinnllnl A St Joe.. 1
Lake Shorn 48'^ Central Par. honda.liol;,
111 I nob Centrals Union Pacific hernial'lav*
l'itt?l.?n;li *8 I-and Grants 1?:
C. C. C. ?* I 22} 4 SlukinKFund.... *...V7}nj
CiMCAOO, June 19.?Flour?Stead rand
firm. Wheat?Strong and higher, No. 2
Chicago spring $1 cash, |1 -ij^al 45H
July, $1 'l^A August, Corn?Moderately
netivo*nml h Miade higher at 45}?e rash,
I tic July, 47"ac August, rejected 4U?. Oat*
?Dull and prices a nhadn lower at 37
cash, 3(?.f^a3B^c July, rejected 28}$c. Rye
and Barley?Steady nnd unchanged, I'ork
Active, firm aud higher at $1- 75 earth,
$12 75al2 77!i July, $12 87}jal2 IH) August.
Lard?Steady and firm at $8 75 cash, $8 75
i?ri77>s July, $S8oaHS7l^ Augu?t.||Bulk
Meats?Irregular and higher; shoulders
4K?'? short rib 7c, ahort clearWhisky
?Steady and unchanged at $1 07.
Wheat higher at $1 4July, $1 26X
'August. C?rn Me higher. Oats unchang
ed. I'ork higher at $12 82%n12 85 July,
$12 i>7lA Anguit. Larjl higher at $880a
8 82Is July, $8 8734*8 IK) August*
flew York.
New York, June 19.?Cotton?Steady
at UJiallJi. Flour?.V little more active
and prices unchanged. Whcat-~More doing
for export; rejected spring $110, ungraded
spring $1 25, No.3 Milwaukee $1 4V,
No. 2 Chicago spring $1 61, No. 2 Milwaukee
nominally at $1 Mai 68, common winter
red western $1 60. Bye?More active;
western at 73a77c. Barley ami MaltQuiet.
Corn?flood demand; unsound western
mixed .'SafifiS'c, ungraded do55a60o,
steam mixed 68Kc, steam yellow OUj.
Oats?Dull and heavy; western mixed and
State 40a63c, white 'western 46a66c. Hay
and Hops?Unchanged. Coffee? Quiet and
iirm; llio cargoes 16^' gold; jobbing at 16??
a22%c, gold. Sugar?Dull and nominally
unchanged. Molasses and Hice?Quiet.
Whisky?Easier at $1 llal 11H.
CiaioIKNATl, June 19.?Cotton?Nominally
unchanged at llj?c. Flour?Easier,
family $8 75ft8 90. Wheat?Weak; red at
$1 75al S5. Corn?Quiet at 48aoOc. Oats
?Dull and nominal at 38a43c. live?Dull
ami lower at 70a71c. Barley?l)ull; old
full 40a48c. Fork?Firm at $13 37j?al3 50.
litird?Quiet, hut tirin; steam 8%c bid, kettle
9i*al0c. Bulk ileivtM?Stronger: &l HO
bill; $1 85 asked, spot sales at auctiou;
$1 &7U buyers July; short rib 6&a7c, olosing
at $6 95a"02}{ buyer July, Bacon?
Stronger at 6%n7Jia8&8} ,'c. Butter?Steady
and unchanged. Linseed Oil?68c. Whisky
?Demand fair and market tinu at$l 07.
IIoos?Steady and tirm; common $>1 25u
1 -10, fair to good light $4 30a4 l>5, nacking
$4 60a I 70; butchers $-1 75a4 80.
Toledo, June 19.--FIour?Firm. Wheat
?Steady; No. 1 white Michigan $194; ex'tra
white Michigan held ut $1 98, $1 96 bid;
seller June held at $1 90, $1 88 bid; No. 2
red winter spot $1 81; seller June held
nt $1 78; No. .1 red $1 59; No. 2 amber
$1 61. Corn?Easier ut the close; high
mixed spot 49^c; No. 2 spot -18%c; seller
July 49c; seller August 53} jc; rejected 46c;
damaged 40Ke. Oata?Doll; white 47c.
4 p.m.?Wheat strong; sales extra white
Michigan, at $1 98; amber Michigan spot
held at $1 93, $1 90 bid; No. 2 red winter,
seller July, held at $1 47. Corn firmer;
No. 2, seller July 50c; seller August 52c; No.
2 whiitc held at 51c, 50c bid.
Philadelphia, June 19.?Floor-Quiet;
super $6 25a6 50; extra $7 25a8 25; Minnesota
family $8 75*925; Peunsylvania family
$8 75a9 25; high grades $9 25al0 50. Wheat
?St?-:ulv! Poimavlpnnio r?./l V/ln I OA- am.
her $1 l)2a2 00; white $1 l?5a2 10. Bye?
Dull at80a85o. Corn?Fair demand; yellow
Glc; mixed SyaOOo. Gam?White 48a51 c;
mixed 44a47c. Clover Heed?Nominally
unchanged. Pork?$14 75al5 00. Butter
?Nominal. Cheese?Steady; western fti
0}?e. Eggs?Firm; westorn at 18al9c. Petroleum?Refined
at 13W?; ornde at 0%e.
Whinky? Steady; western at $111.
Alleeheny ('aitle.
East I.imtRTY, Juno'"ID.?CATriK? UeCfiptH
to-day l,i!07 bead, or 26 caw of
through and 15 earn of yard stock. Supply
fair with an active market at prices a
shade lower than lust week. A gooH many
conntry buyers arn on hand, who are buying
briskly. Retail business in also lively,
a good many changing hands. Re?t tiJiic,
medium to good 4a5J$c, common to fa r
Hons?Receipts to-day 2,035 head; Yorkers
$5 OOaT? 15; Philadelphia* *5 25aS AO.
Siikkp?Receipts to-day 5,000 head; idling
at $3 75*5 25.
Dry CiooUN.
NxwYop.x, June 19.?Heavy wooleus
and llanncls continue in steady demand
and firm. Brown cottons are fairly aciive
and in light supply. Bleached cottons
moved hlmrlv. hnt lnur <nM?l..a veil anil
up nud firm. Ainoskeasj A OA ?ro advanced
lc by agents." Prints remain quiet.
Piques in good demand and scarce.
P/ttbburoh, June 19.-Petroleum?
Quiet and lnicpr cruda Si SO at Park?r'?*
rt'tintnl 13!*al3Ji<*, Philadelphia delivery!
Qn.va e. dwight,
b prtparal to make eanfol aad complete analr ?-i
at lnjo One, UmmUaa, Miners
Utorawrj eor. ?lh ami Chapllne atoou
"*> WhetJInt. W.JVa.

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