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, mom POINTS AROUND. 7 taaroarED sractlatx roa Vani aratt4 ' IND.The Franklin -t bounty Fair will commence in this city i on August Sist and continde four days. Franklin always shows herself off to a good advantage, and we learn this year lobe proposes to "cap the climax" of -11oosier tains. Iduch last stock has been entered, and , the "helms" will he there to bet high on !the "hub tail" and "de gray." And for the line display of beautilui girisOh I WWII, been there, and ever are thinking gri thee. - GEORGET-OWN; EY.On Friday al. ' teEnook, Air. Lyon Smith, yery deaf, while standing on the race track, was run into by a dtheu horse and knocked 471olontly to the ground. The point of one shalt of the sulky struck a memorandum book, which he carried in his side pocket, and glanced oil; but for the book he probably would have been killed. Lie carries some ugly bruises OLI hip face. 'GREENFIELD, 0.The grounds bora. , are undergoing extensive impreventents du preparation for the coming fair tab held here in the month of October. There seitizens0 purse of POO for the fastest trotting horse, two best in three. The alewport Marracks Band to ftlinkiell the , music. The honorable Town Council seeins to lave forgotten that there le soon thuig as street sprinkler. The happy man this time is Mr. N N. Mead. It is a boy, and weighs nine , potlucks. Father end soli are ttoing its ' well as could be expected.' The Town Mali is progressing very 'slowly. The ,brick-workls ,not yet cow. wooed. SOUTII BEND, 0.The Etiblic School at this place will open one Avsek from aext Monday, Septemit.er 6. The Di ',rectors have secured the services of Mr. Chae..A. G. Wille as teacher, who will teat both the English and Gerinanlan guage. lir. Wille having taught in Chi pinned for fourteen years, will no doubt ive entire satisfaction to the peeple in -this dietrict, who have long prayed for an Eugliell and German school. Mr. John Kershaw has leased the Duhme eaw-mill, put it In good order, and will run lull time after next Mon , day. The grapes In this loeality are verY ;poor and few of them, and what there is , nf thhin are being.stolen before they are ' half ripe by tue trampe, who are in abun ;dance here and it terror to the wealth SATURDAY AtTGUST 28 TIIE DAILY S.TAR I , LEXINGTON, 3LE.--At an early hour yesterday morning thieves entered the residence of Mr. S. 13. Thompson, on East Main street, .and eerried elf a -quantity of clothiug and titer value ' Wes. There Is no standard of time in this citizens regulate their watches end leeks by Weald elock on the Court wqich hes' been mining sluce 181,04 Neal of the aerobes are adorned 4-with choke, and WI six of them have Leila. Yesterday Mayor Frazer, while riding tirMain street, tell from nut buggy into - the mud. The softness of the dirt saved his Honor from any iajOry. ' The day previous he attended the Cynthlana fair, ' 'Which dazzled hipt so mutt that he has InOt yet acquired his usual solemnity. '' Elevtn beams of Northern Bank stock , told on Thursday for $12ii per share. - A Convention,ofGrangere will be helð ,In this city ou September 15. Captain Frank Moore has in hls store Jew' oorn-stalks Wet grew Trom one grain. They are loaded with eight ears -of Corn. This corn grevron the larm el ' Charles Moore, near this city, ,on the ,ranklort pike. The potato croplas been very prolific. - this year in ,Coutral Kentucky, and they are retailiug in our markets At.50 cents a bushel. Messrs. James A. Johnson and Bryant - Clark, of this county, went out to kin some beef on the :ad. Oa tbe way Mr. -Jonneen, biaguile the weary mementi, tegau to foot with au ded specimen co Mis giattship stood it ,ior while, And then whet' the "looling became too iively-even Itir a ram's good nature, he ''turued en Johnson and butted him so : severely teat be had to be brought hem,. in. Awagon. Els toot was very badiy ' -bruised. , Ellis .S. Davis, who -escaped .from the bexington Jail, bus been oaptered .in 'Leu,sville and pieced in charge ot the bhetitf Brackeu ciountb 1 , , HAMILTON.--Mrs. Botsford Smith, el Biversitie, 19 visiting the cityytheguiest 111 tater, Irre. Judge Crene. ) John &Morrison, the young mail who Absconded with soine Ave hundred dol-, tare belouging to theirm of Carr A Sqn. mato arreatad in St. Louis, and yesterday - brought to the city and lodged in Jail. . , ' - Tbe. Wemen's Cbrietian Aseoulatioq , holt& a meeting yestordittalternooa in -7 the Episeopal Cherch. ,- Mrs. Lowry, wile of Bev. Dr, Lowry. - , is in the city visiting her datigiater, Mrs.- , , Jetties Jaclisou,'on Third street. , , Tbe Board or Health held a' meeting. yeaterday afternoon in the Layer's of. , hoe. On motion, Ala.:11(11am in a body , , paid a visit to the premises of Felper'i, " the place in iviiion dead animals are ' buried. On motion, the Health Clfileer - : was instructed to try and' leaeie zeriain ,r lands et Ezra retterfor the term of Ave 'gears. , ' When the eurves.of the 9treet railway , are finished beieg laid, the track .froln ; the Junction railroad to the .Suspension eridge.will be completed; . Copeinerable excitement is manifest-, ed over the gas question, causid by the deVelopments made es to the companyis ,- enormous prolits tor a very inferior gas nrade --trom ouptha. The tollowtng tire ' the ligures, which cover a space pf tie year, ending Decetaber Alst,187,4: -' ,' Number of cable locket gas maindao ' tural 0,F100 000 , !timber ot feet consumed 81.4.0d0 . Leakage : .., - 1 809,11,0 . , Number I wallous oil meal -114,w ',,,, iwa424,00 gallops $or,every Atp.00 cubic feet of . . ., - , . RECEIPT& - Votal receipts for the year 831,241 P3 . . . , , ' '' - EXPENDITURE& ,, For 8,480 bathes of coke used. I itrt0 00 -- k'or4k.9 lom,bels of coal 11.91at ' SAI pti . ' For 44,6)0 galloas oil wied. 1011 00 '. ' :Labor asid running expenses 11,000 Do , 0110.If..,..., l'otalssponsell- Ilat.614 , sakr40 vo The game I base-ball playediestei - day between the county oilloialeand the newspaper men was rathers, one-sided Amt. The score. stood, -Court-house . Ito w 43,.tbeir opposeotsig.. , NVAPAK6NETA; 0.The festival held in limbool Rail, Thursday eves Pig, for the tumble purpose of gloom lbsg the completiou of our 1411 , , School building, and to raise funds for purchasing onaudellera, 81o., WU pliad, 8,1100088 in every respect., The- butaliag is aa ornament to our town, and relleote credit on the Soho le Board and comma,. tors, who are residents of thiit Although the no:inventors are out of pocket two thbusand dollars or more. the original plans kir the building were carricti oat lo the letter. ' - A. game et base-had wag played 'here yesterday between the Passaways, Lima, aud the Wapokm of WM eity, Score, 23 'to Its la laver of the Baaalt . ways. . , , ArBANIEFORT, KT,-A. meeting haS been held and arrangements made for 1 the inauguration ot the Governor eleot, Hon..Jaines MeCreary,.in this fifty, on Tuesday next, gist instant. Commit tee ot lavitation, among other eoditnit .. fees, has.bt ea appointed to extend. gen eral invitation to the authorities of towns and cities and military and lire organi zations an9t1 citizens generally, to partic ipate ia the Ciirenlotilee of 'the nodasion. goultpittoe wilt Meet the Governor elect at Lexington and escort him to the ' Capital. Carle. ilauptis Great Western Star Band, ot Lotiluville, will be bn hand ,to disuourse the best of Intteic tor the oc casion, and a grand inaugural hop will come off at zugnt at the CaDital Hetei Tne youpgest member of the House will he p. Blaok, of gnox, who was twenty.four., years old on túe day of nie Motion. ' The oldest. member Willi be James Farmer, ol Baden,' who is -about seventy-five years of age, and was in the Legislatare Over tuirty years ago., - Wile tollowing is a list ot Kinitudity Faire yet to C011ii3 Oth , . August IA.-611614y opunq, four days. September 4.xposition,. seven weeks. ' " ' September 7.Bourbou countyi Jour days.' . ' ' " September 7..Bardstown, four days. September 'I.Campbell county,. five Septertilor iiEmilkence, five &Ili. -September Spring, yleming county, four days. October 0.-;-Brankfort. four days. October O.Germantown, Ibur dayi. October 5.--G.asgow, lour days. October b.Owellsboro, Daviess noun. ty, four Ca's. October Liberty, Owen coun ty, livedays. October 12.Hartford, Ohio county, five days. - ' ' eptepber pourbon county, four nays. September 14. Lexington, Fayette county, tour days. ' , October zn.k't rqrt, Fralklin noun. Acur days. , - CIWTHIANI, he following transfers (Areal estate were made this week: Richard Brand to Jeseph Hen dricks, 150 acres of land, coneideritifon $91)0. John W. Martin to Jas. IV...Martin, 27 acres ot land,, consideration $800. R. fintson to DAvid Snewbridge, 9 acted of laud-.4512. J. W. Martin to itiguard King; 27 .acres ef laud, 001161(1m-intim 000. Average per acre, $70; The crowd attendiug tee fair on Thurs day was considerably larger thau the previous day. Many ot the visitors are from Ohio and Indlaus. - The Cynthiana merchants report bust. ness very lively the past weelt. The- inn still draws a large attendance, ant is progressiug The following are the prolamine awarded. yesterday : Home tor SaddleBent stallion, four years old and over 25; J. C..oaraves, premium. Best Stallion, three years old and under fouv, $20; Glave Goddard, pre mium rira Penn, certificate. Best stall io u, two years old and under three, $15; James Vields,premium; John T. Hedges, certilioate. liest'stallion, one year old and under two, $10; Ira Penn, premium; Wash Redmon, certificate. Best colt, under one year old, $10; Henry Jameson,. .premium. Best mare, lion years old and' oyer, $25; Rowland & Sims, premium; H. Parviu, certificate. Hest mare, three. years aid and wider -Liar; 120; J. C. Graves, premium; J. W. Cromwell; tier titioate. Bear mare, two yearivolti and (miler three, 515; Nutter, premium; Joan T. Hedges, certificate. Best uitire,: one year old and under two, $10;..no try. Best mare colt, under bile year-old, $10; .Jaeues Pattersoa, preupuini Jamas 1 Ly ng, vertiliccte) Horami tor HarnessBest stallion, four , years old -and ever,' $24 Scott & premium;.. VV. IL Wilb00, certitleate. Beet stallion, three years old aud under , four, $20; Fletcuer Menu, premium; F.. VV. Crutelier, bertilleate. Best 'autumn two years old slid wider three, $15; 111.' t).'MoDowell, .pretuluin; C. it. Him Urouga, certifiniate. Best stallion oue year old and under two, $10; Jits.'llop-' king. premium. Hest staliwp 0011,11E0er oue year,$10; ,Keller Thinints, prtniium epeeist premium by S. T.A.yillek. Vain est reciter or pacer, $21); J. C. Gray premium; time, , The outries for tim races,weré as fol lows: Carlisle & Nortimut, HAM Bird; W. F. Berry, Tatter, Jr. J. T. Jones, Klett George, w Itadra w 'W. H. isti.ess; Q. 2. -Aliord,- el id way Beite; M.-W vas iltirim; b. r011ud, Monroe Chief; .13'. J. Treacly, Ashlaua Maid. Tile races on the previous tlay mere wón Clay, liain Patobi Hullo Maud, Crokienad Belle Curtis. Nolv-tiiGT441.--Jadge'Perkins -has ap-' !minted Messrs. 51..J-Sandford, Jas. r. ÿrr apd Henry Dreseman ,Jary Commis sioners. - ' - - - Magietrate Mamma, of ,South Coring-, ton was lined 1'25 by Judge Fortino,- yesterday, tor carrying concealed weep 0118,, Toe Covington and Newport Post, tbe' new German paper, made its appearapce, yesterday. Its typography and appear nue fitted credit to tpe tmate pt the pub lather. A basket meeting will te held, to-day and to-morrow, at Rick'-s -Woods, near independeuce, by - the. 1.1uiversalist coa gregations oi Menton couuty. Mt:Corley, oi at. lamis Reds, has arrived, and inua tht, Atars its lett fielder.' The-Turners returned yesterday from New York, after &narrow escape pf tiding wit!' a coal train at Corimig, Pa.' -A etial -wagon and a cart collided yeti.- terday the court at the Buspenhion bridge. Tile cart was destruyed, and tee horses attached LO it aererely cut by falling, orer a watar.trongh. An. amateur pigeou-suooting matcdi took. blisce yesterday Afternoon Q11 -the Flats between Muslim J. L. Safidlord, Stark Wayne, F; A. Prague, John Leath. ere and J. A. P. Glare. - The Match was for single -birds, dietance twenty steps, best Ot4 of tairteett. 2:4e iinc're 0-48-1(41' lows: '- - 010M.1". .............. 11 11 1 0,a2 Leathers 10-011.11111111--4t Praia -IP 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1- 1 8 aayse r ... 1,0 L1900110'1-8 bautord....t ........... 0 0 '1 1 8 'The Right Rev. Baal) Toeime, in view of the ceiebration el hie Nnunenstae d&y, is tlie recipient of tbe presents: A casnoqii, the 'work' of the Franciscan- Sieters, of Cincinnati; a mitre, presented -by tne sisters-of the Good Shepittird, near Newport; aid a! itatchel; the gift.ef the ..bistere of Maze retti, Covington.- - - -Clendenning bare filed a snit agaillat -the Western .Union Tele grapfiCompany, on account of a mistake made by the latter in forwardink a atea.. sage to New York, and resulting Wiese to the plaintiffs. - Henry Bostwick and L. to. Croninger go to Mount, Olivet, Stobtuson county, on Monday, to attend the Royal Arch lap . ter of Masone. Thieves last night entered the house of Clements Bromiage, corner of Willow and Holman stseete, Augustinburg, and stole .$6. in money and a child's money box oontaining sixty cents. In the .Q1larterly Court, yesterday, in the slander suit rn., Michael Moore, tne jury seatiese Ifertiict f9F $5 dant agett. ' - Marriage licenses sinoe onr last rer port,: Mordecai Williams and Nepp le S. Roberta, Patrick Madden and Elizabetit O'Bryan. R. P. Williams aud Matti K. Webster, Nathaniet Kamp. and sithia I Mett, (Ieorge bohemian and Illizabeth Black, Atone bpringelmaler and Mary , Ann Linuoinan. - , About 11 o'clock last night an alarm of fire was LUrnea la from box hi. Tile de pertinent quickly responded, Dut discov- 1 ered that Me Cause (Ar the. alarm was from the Newport side of the river. They ttirned back and crossed over, but found that the lire was in the seapgrease tau tóry of Weisenbnrg th Co., about four miles from the Ohio river. ' The bpilding, before the arrival of the engine, was destroyed and 'the 'contents a total loss. Tile loss on the buildiqg Dad Contents is estimated at abolit $4,0110, with but-little insurance. As there nap been po lire near the building for sev eral weeks, the Origin of the fire is sup. posed to be the work oi an incendiary.. In' the Mayor's Court this morning, Albert Long and John Smith, who were caught napping in st railroad oar, were lined 4 etion. D'rank Bitter was yester Clay taken in by Marslial Bolan for bath ing In the Licking river, told was filled $4, including costs. i Let thici be a warn. ing to those young Arana'' w,kto daily indulge in bathing, to the ' , onus living in that vicinity. . , NEVoirrORT.The Cold 0 1 Natienals 'play at the Cold Spring ' ground to-day. Bolts and Lloosiera at Aurera to-day. Mrs. Thompson, Widow of Lieut. A. O. Thompson, hi visiting Gem. Swift apd wife.- " ' - Col. E. C. Mason Ito returned from Columbus. ' - ' ' Five youog children, while riding In a baker's wagon on Monmouth street, tell out mid were ail severely bruised. They were sitting on the tail-gate, which broke. Oue colored and. lour' White recruits were accepted' at the Barracks yester day. George Hayman:, W.Striciter, Howe and William Gunge comprise the merry tishing:party camped out in De Courcy creek, on tne Licsing. Thus far they have had good snecess and an enjoyable time. Prefessor Richard Waters on Ills re. turn from Texaa, precured 'at Chicago horns of litra.0'Leary's cow, aud pre sented them to Mr..11,en Weidaer, butcher on Saratoga street. Tue trottiug races begiu next Monday. Captain Dunkporst and Phil Callanan, the :champion pedestrian of Kentucky, had their trot toot race yesterday morn. lug. Dunkiforst hauled up Against a shade tree, and Callahan collided with a policeman. The judges called theme and declared all bets idf. The case oi dosepa Kretts,,for attempt ing to outrage the persou of Elia Wittion, was called in the Police Court this mon. lug, but the tiefeudant, througa his at torney, Ri.W. Nelson, waived an exam-1 inatdou, the bdil heinglixed at WO. "L4st el Patents bunted from the United States Patent Office to citizens. of Cincintiati for the week ending An. 20, 1875. , Furnished for Tux Suit' from office. of Perkins & -Co, counselors-at-law in patent:cases and soliqitors for :patents. Attend to all business belore the Patent Office and other Departments of the. Gov erument.. 513 Seventh street, Wtishing. ton, D. C. Drawings find specifications of patents, 25 cents: 106,044. Creion.dropping Machines for monfectionery. Geo. Smith aud betuSinith, administrators id Geo. Smith, sr., deceased. Filed March 17, 1675. Brief--Tue seint-fluld material is plateau , hopper having perforations fa its bottom. A slinitarty periorated cylinder is at' the bottom if tile hopper. The ma through tue holee, anytiesired quantity being eutolf by partlyrevolving toe cylinder. 100,591. Litgazsbundling machines. No. .poleon Da Brut. nod Deceinijor 10; 1834 BriefThe adjustanie etandards wive :feet that are couuected and slide la a horizontal slot in the baSe. Each standard berries a side prate that can be adjusted to different angles, as desired, for paekages of differeus shapes. , 160.531. Gas-burners. Pierre F.,Jones. .Fited May 0, 18711 Britii....The plate B is piatied at tee sine of the name orifloés, and serves to spread the ðaono. - 1(i0,591. fitoves. Joon B.:Crow ley and Addis .Chiontierlain. Filed j une 20,18751 i BriefAir may lie admit ted througii the regrew's to ;helloes sup plying the &re.put, or to. the topsheet flue. The hippie atul. washer obviate the ' -.-- ,CoNct . . In the Volted States Court, yesterday, Isaac Bnughnuta and others dted a petition for in lituctionniuttlemagea ,agaluet the Stillwell .1k Bierca MantitAturing A,ompany, .of Dayton, Ohio, ior an alleged infringement On a patented inip,-ovisineut in feedrwater ,bentete and Alters tor stance Dotter& The Will oi ,Peter Thinnes was offered tor probate. -rotor 321ainnes,141tholes Thames nail michael Thames were appointed executors. Fersuosity, iaMoti; knetillowingeults.worc commenced in Com mon Pteaiti , 46,877Louisa Kling vs. Mini Schoenbein. 46,48--Ann Ilowells vs. ütthertue Jones et 0,879Fidelity Insurance Company vs. Jo ,hatina Kenuetty. 46,660J01in Devote vs. John Enna - Tile following cases were eutered for the Su patios Court: ' aP2,011htatlaieW Matheson ya. Iteniamhi F. l'adipck et al. - , li-2,0111--James Ir.'Yowell vs. John- F. Mueller., .,82,03-4inunas fftred ye. Vie Vinelunati Gas Cduipany. 11-,o14--Katherine Wiese' ye. The Senility Lite Insurance Company. " - Butitheg Pormits.,:, , The follewIng Ornilfe wcfe Assded since our' last yeport: ' , D. Snutteldryer .Co., lotir three-story trainee, southeast' cornet' of Park ethane awl Imenst strum: ; esumated cost t8,004. ohuttelOryer At ,.;o9 !three-story brick, southwest "corner of Sycamore and Court ' streets; estirna,ed cost 4130;o0.- ' Jas. It Sons, 4wo-stery ,frame, on Crown Cava, near May; estimated eost SS,000. Oliver Amnon,. twO-story frame, on pregon etroosi, estimated cost V a.. Mortstaw Record. Herman IL Bruns, 6 mouths, city. 4.braha aeitiey,&. pair& Gei Many. G.aindiall, el year.. ReW Ian. shiro. Geo. W. Ransom, 11 weeks, city. Ludwig nattier, i year. city. Ramon Rainey, lo mouths, city. Remy Lagaly, 16 mouths, city. Ander&S Graff, it mouths, city. J. B. backer, kitoyears, tioi many. UeUry ki bt year...Germany. Lizzie Wahl., 4 seam, gi.V. heap. Catiahan, sity. Intim& Buctioia,) day, city. , , Chu& Totiituali, I year& oity. - Mary RinglotrOli years, Germany.: rlatina Basher 21 moths. ekty.. . Tito& IL ammo:Alb oftoutita,, am,' .1 ' 'Beat Estate Tress tfultra .1 C.S. Woodruff to Mary Seymour, lot 40 by lu feet, on She Southeast corner cif Maple and Loeust streets in Leek hind-81,8W. Itugusk Wagnar sad wife to 'Conrad Chien. ther, lot.75 by 115 feet og the southwest corner of flain. mot Voorinhaf streets, in Reading-7 12,000. 5L 011Ter, guardian,!to Casper Raerikl, ten years' lease of tire premises 2,i, by 815-6 feet on tile south side of Livingekm street, 6.) feet West of Linn street, et an annual rent of 1110. John Denier to F. A. -Linke, 1ot 20 by 81 feet. on the north side of ether street, 52 feet east ot Harriet street--$8,0. The thendaiti Mutual baNiugs Association to Michael Doman hall of au acre ou Park ave. nue, in Section 16. Milicreek towuship-11.200. Diatomite' Leonard, per Moira. to Charles Blinontion, 2,t acres on the Barmen pike, in Section 26. Harrison township-12.47d. nomad FiNtich mid wite to Simon Doradhag, Lots 9, 12,16. 16, 89 and 40,in the grantor's sub division. adjoining the Zrological Carden, in Avondate, each 25-by UV teet-dg,106. 6imon Dorschug and wile to Lhriethut Wald mann. same lote-42,100. John Rilgour; trustee, to W. Enott, 10 years' lease of Lot ite and parts of Lots 64 65 and 1, in litlgour's subdivision of MI. Lookout, pay ing tor the term 11.819 82, with the privilege of purchasing the' same tor 44,021 b. W. Bard and wife to Wm. Russell, lot 89 by 94 tett, on the south side ot Poplar feet westof Western aveoue-411,0J0. Win. RU88811 MS Louisa hL Data same lot-7411,001 - J. B. Callahan and wife to Louis Werner, lot ifig by he feet. on the west side ot Baymiller street,. 65j6 feet town ot 4opluns street-- 13,851 lifitriek Moore to Dreher. Bander & Co., lease hold 25 by OU feet, on the nortn side ot ospanola street, 226 feet wodt of Freeman strect,85o. 1 W. B. Cranch and wife to Annie M. Ltanovar,. !Lots 2, 18,14, 15, 16 and 17, in Jones' subdivid elOn9.at Foster btation, on the Cincionati, klamilton & Dayton railroad-41.54k '; J. A. James and Wife Uri Frederick Brewe, two year& lease of Lot 178 in James' subdivi sion. in Fairinonot, con'sideration of 420e cash aud a yearly rent of 616, with the pries liege of purchasilig too satne tor 201 " ' RIPER NEWS. The Weather to-day is clear and warm. The rivei continues. falling, isith 11 feet 8 Inches in the channel. at noon. 'I Boats Leaving To-day--Pittshurg,Exchange; Kautiwhai Julia No. 2; Louisville. United buttes; blemphia, Jas. D.Parker; New Orleans, Indiana. STAGS OP PAZ alValtS - Special. to tue nuts.. ' ' , Ping mine, August 28..-River $ feet 5 inches anti faitick. , CAI City-10 luchee and fallinir. - Browntiville--4 feet-8 inches and falling. foot and falling.. Marietta-5 feet aud - Mialletiort-l-eleet end falling. . ,Charlesk.m.-5 feet and failing. - Iluntiugtoa---1m feet arndfalling. vet Min. Ironton--,ttiver still fading. , Poriamoutit-9 feet suit falling. Tranktort-No change the Kentucky- , Lonistille--4is feet at the head or the Canal awl 4 feet 7 lne.hes on the falls in thtkpatok Lvanhville-gx feet and falling - - Nashvilte--8.)i feet aud failleir. , bha wneetow.,--11 feet and falling. tairo-lfg feet and falling. Lotila-e feet J fannies aud falling. Memphis.-itiver ludiug ,at :tile rate lt incites per.ifour. " , - - Little Itock--4 feet and 8 inches and falling. Arrivals and bepartures-There wore no ar rivals.. Tne And,s, for Wheellug wati the ol4ly departure outlide the packets- ' . , Ju la. iqe. 2 vrdi not lie up as reported. but returns to Kanawha river to-day. - Jesse ilurisad id tlie cap Iiiek .NO1181,012 itoturue.to Charlotte, N.C., this ev,ming. ' ' - taptatia lion Hall,' of the .Cparlie Brown, is here from. Marietta. ' , , . beCre.aptain L. Taylor, of the Kra ,No. 1U, is captain Id, L. Virden arrivedhere. last even ing iroin Louisville.. ' , ' - Captain Hugh it. T. Cummings purchased the Lila at Marshal's Bale at, Jhokeouport, Ar kansas, on the x5th inst., for 43,7,0. The City of Augusta will load for Memphis and White river uext week. The Lizalo Gardner goes to Vevay this morn ing with a barite of Mist. " - . - ing with a barge tbt 04,4l " - . - Cain:Ai 11 lteite Tombigbee rtver boat. now buiiiiingtit.Pittsburg, te be mimed Wein- - bus. wm. Filmmaker. steward of the towboat Blue ' Lodge. died at Cuiro yeeterdav.. Thursday morning, the Smoky City, while under Dill -heedway. ran her tow of six boats atiti twolve"bargem of ooal on the bar above Island.No. 10, wrecking the satire fleet, except oue boat. Lind her fuel boat. bhe Caine here, 'procured lighters, and wilt unload all mho con; but the river is fading so fast she will not be tibia to wive tutieh mobil. Tile COLti be longed to diddle, Coleman & C of Pittsburg. and was noitinsur.A. The Thomas .A. Means came in yesterday with her tew from Ironton. The Oil Valley Mo. 2, and Hawkey& No. 0, came in-froin K'anawita with coal tows. 1 The Champion-14o. 0 makes three excursion. trips to Caaifornie to-morrow. 'The Jitialvti D. Parker jetives to-night for : Memphis, and will hove it,toir trip and a num-. ber of ekeursiou Mts. The Winne leaves foe New Orleaucthis eveniug, allti Will have a fair trip. Frenk Pike the atubitions and energetic' young son of' W W. Pike. the incamboat primer. has started in busimams fer himself at his father's office. Me bait mole charge of the DOWii alio stationery department,iiiti furnishes ali ihm cinoilinati dailies to steamers wishing them; with the name of the boat and officers etainpel on the margin. Give the boy a &low. The groat biloonon. with UNA. J. De Mart in cominam, will COMMOUGO AlOrttlAY fOr New Orleans. he Shannon im oplend.d carrier anti quick in traumport. Copt Ðd Mart, her Master, is one of the title style of steam,- boatinen---,di held follow well met.",aull ship pers ean rely upon witat hu says. Tao txchange rettyns to Pittsburg this even ing. he Floteeee Lee Pas completed her repairs,: and returns teller olixtraile ,betWeon Padectibt suit Piorence. ,xltheute. The Local luhpeciers of the Memphis District recently need toe tumid e lot running with ono pilot end -not having 111. comple-' meat of taildiliti They also fined Die lorry.' boats Montauk et Cairo, and Bed M.tver at Tielena, the same amount mien, tor eleployieg COffillattre and pilots. xxlio ;Were hut ILU0116041 011itlera , . The FleetwIng la having -,her thinineys lengthened at lionton..- - - Capt. itirker, of the Fannie Pugan,le the lather of a Aim bAinelog boy. - Pilot W. O. B. btricker. -whom we recently, reported as visting tee ot :Kangas. bad boon home for needy two Weeks. go he says. Brother Stricker got Itiebtened off by toe myriads of grasshoppers iu that section. He istnow in the hity ow deck' for the first berVi that r The J. a. McArthur to-day extends her trips to California, Ohio. The Arint..biliuisie Jett Memphis imituight .for Uncinuati. Capt. Prank Pierce received the sad gence of the delith,by scarlet fever, of his little time Myrtle Worthington Pierce, near Mayo Site wits the daughter of James W. anti S. Hem. The beautiful -little cherub was but six yew of age andthe pet of Captain Frank, and he keenly feels the sad shock. tits mime. ous ,friende will Join WI BYtuPethltill with h m. 'The little flotver halt tatted to bloom again in another sphere. hellarnard tie. arrived with ore from Bt. Jas. kfcGaffey, engineer of the Alex Swift, ' has been lying quite ill tur some time wi h ma- , larionsiever at tlie residence of Fred. Quinlan, lksq., in Bee-port, Ay. it r. Gaffey rellidea at Belpre, O. tie is getting along nicely, anti is now convalescent. "- ' 1 Mr. bainuel Brown, watchman of the Alex. , ilwrft,'Whatas also la' attack of malaria, was this morning takento tile Hospital of thoGrOVUL The Condor sad isookent .passoil down this, morning h tows. Preen lout Robert &Semple, of the Cincinnati Local lioncd of Steam tiavigation, up to noon to-dav had reodiVed no reply from Coi. Win. Z. Merrell, vgardiag the aoceptan e of the incl.. kliAlOrett him to atmouipany She nail dolegation to New Yorke I Lapt. W. U. Mueoy, Com mit,ee on Transpor tation of the Cincinnati delegates to tile New , lurk convention. bids morning re63ived a Solo grain stating that minotoen dpiegatos .f,oin New Orleans would be pore Menuay morning wilt the Louisville partrand accompany the tiiaoinuati delegation to New York. , Sappingtou, of Cluctit City, Arsansas, Is la Sae city, and wai an 'Change lo-itay.the guest001 P-l- WAIL Biliottic91 'OHO City ig An- : The City of Portsmouth reshipped a lot of ' Lower Ohio freight ea She 3ainos D. Parker this morning. - , Capt. Peter Michels lies tamed his new 101.:' yenkion tne &Oran and Draft Regit dating Teleseoping tairalicyA" ,- . , , .... The Cons Millar will not return to Memphis nun next Saturday, thus trivin4 place the Citv et Augusta, witieh will leave on Wednes day under the auspie, s of the, Gide River and Memphis Packet kainpany. Captain Peter int ,rMs us he has been waited ripen by a party of German citizens who desire hint to run as a eaudidate tor 1 County Treasurer, and allow the name to go before 'he Deineeratto Convention. Capt. J. G. k'ewer, last Wednesday, launched his ferryboat Marla, with her cabin on, At Manchester, Ohio. Cap.. lien. Ms Morrieless has so far recovered trout nis tate illness as to be aide to gct &trout, and will tildWILS etutunand of Glenorat Lytle to-morrow. , - The two snags reported opposite the Glenne Rooks, near Sardis, have been removed by tip ! Media ltagon. ,,,, . -- 1 (apt.. O. Martin. of the. towboat Alex.' Chambers, making a trip. on the Julia NO. 2, , as pilot. - , - " - 'ZOLFO COURT. ' Drunk and Disorderly--Josephull Mackey, Phil &haver, Fred. Bumping. costa; Chas. Mast SI andeosts; Mary White, Wm. litarris, Gertrude Jordens, Catharine Wagenbach. dis missed; Charles Stawart, ten dayst Herman Frecinitn, Miry Sharon, John A. Killer, Dalin s Grant, Nichrgas Albright, 25 and costs; Valen tine filelinuider, Margaret ,Cautileiti, Sa and eoste; Christ. stuerman, Jeanette Stewart, 1 Wm. rront, The& Morrissey, continued to hop timelier 1; Alouso kititivaine, continued to Sep tember 2. !! Miseellaneons--Brown, bteinhart & Co., per mitting nuisance, continued to allot inst.; Dora ' Metzler, malicious destruotiou, dismissed; Philopina W same, 450 and costst.N at. Ho mer, shooting w kilt, dismissed I Juke &Jolley. thief. !Panel' George Clark, vac, - ten days; Thomas curtis, Donohue" Thomas robbery,'dismissett -Maggie Bremen- , trantit; petit larceny,! dismissed; John T. Watson, .obstrueting- high way. continued to September 1; Cassie (Amity. Katie 'fireman. street wa.king, and eusts; Alfred Mil,er, loitering. continued to Sept. rat:Louis Sassing, bathing- in day time, SI and wine; Darman stuchling, solling mill without permit,- ball forfeited; Ed, Kellyi abusing family, 225 and costa: doily Harris, vag. ild days. oAssault and batteryChas.- Cunningham, 81 and costs;- Jas. Powers, 10 Anti COdt8; Aden Johnston, 6 months and SW0.- , -7 . ;,- PAILT m4111rEr. , CINCINNATI. Itiugnst 23-2 r. ' FLoultThe market is steady and quiet. 'Family hi' worth 16 15a7, with sales to-day of fresh ground tit 16 85a6 00 per bd. Extra is Worth 66 2046 40; superfine, 15 26a5 85; low , grades, Ft ifitt4 80 per brl, Spring Wheat flour ranges 16 26a6 '15, and sales to-day at di 50 per bel. Rye flour is worth 15 5010 80 per bd. WHEATis quiet and steady at 11 40a1 50 for goou to Mien red, and SI 41 60 for fair to choice white. Inferior gtades new are worth , 11 Val 60 for red, toad 11 Edit Ifider white per ilARLEYThs market is thin. Spring is , Quoted II Beal 67 per bu, and tnere was one sa,e to-dity of prime old fall at $1 50 per ha. - 17YEla steady, with Moderate demand. &- tenor and relemed is held at 76a80e. bales of gold sample te-day at 890, and 'No.1 is worta naabee per bib - : , CORNIs qttiet and steady at 78a74e for good Mixed:ear; and 76a,fic for shelled per btu 'uat.e.No. 2 oki are worth ciattac forinixed and Wane for wnite per bu. Choice old are held at litIe per Mt. New are quoted 8:.a45e tor mixed, end 45a5;,e for white per bu, according to quality. Some low grades new are afore 1 at 8,a.i5c per bu. , BAtioit The market is easy, with moder ate demand for aides, ace sales touay of hhd, wear tit 13xci 80 hhile of clear rib sides itto per lb. ;Shoulders are Steady and quist at 93iatiy.ti per lb. Al Bea KThe market Is quiefand easy at 120 5ait$2,1 75-per bri for prime city. Hold ers require the outaide figure. ' LA R OThe merket is dull and rather weak. City kettle Is quoted rafríalaxe per lb. Prime steam is held 16a16),,c for winter, and 12Xe for summer make. -, ' BULK MBA re--The market Is quiet, and holders are firra at ; c fur clear sides; 11,01 for clear rib-Mutts, and b ,,,e for ehouldera per lu, spot. ail Wed& bakes tp-eay of '&000 Ilia clear rib, at interior points, at 11 m111200.10 lbs, spot, delivered, at la; per lb. , ' ' COTTONMai ket quiet. No sales to-day pad , prices are. unehanged. We qume:ortiluarC, 1,2J40; good ortinisry,12lic; low middling, 15c; 14et good middling, 14,rid; 11,t dame lair. 16..beil tam. 16,4ic per lb..., , WHIOKIL Tile market le Arm, and there Is a good demand ut 1 19 per gallon, and sales to-day of 81Weris at that rate. , , BE&NSfile still dull, and the market is about nominal at 61 Mil 60 per bu far mediuMe ! and at 131-iat tiO for choice navys per bu. - BROOM CORN--.11i in moderate request and steady We quote: Common red, babe; green stalk, 10e. and limey green huri.12r, per la BUTTERThe market 'has uodergone no change. dhere is fair consumptive demand for thohigher grades, and inferior continues inactive. Limice is worth 2Ia be. and prime tit seat 'Medium grades 'battle, and tamale. packing 121114c:tier lb. , ClitiMEThe market is quiet and steady, with no ettatige in priees. We quote prime to cholee factery'leia tic per lb. COFFLitlisasteady with fair consumptive dematui at previoue prices. We, quota: nio lle 22e for common :.23iaiiShe for fair to good; 24a 25c for prune to choice. Java is wortu it2a34, r lb. COALThere is a fair demand and a firm market. bales afloat are made at 8140 per bu for Youghiogheny: be for Ray-, mond City sad Ctimpliell oreokt 7;tio for Ash land; Cic fur Ohio river. aluskingura Vatley iu care is worth 90 per bu; notating Valley at edovator 10e per en. We quote delivered to consumers: Youghiogheny Raymond ijumetlett Creek. Hooking Talley and Muskingum at 12o; Ashland, lie and Ohio river, 10e per bu. - . Dtt11110 FRULTS7There la a moderate de.' mend tor domestic at 819)fic for apples, and lualic for pesches per ,lb. maga remain quiet ,aud steeaty. We Citron. zeatiee; llge,14slee prunes, SMOG; liieee: cer-touts. i)fittlic ,per lb. Layer retains. 62 Oa per box. keititiThe market la firm with moderate efferingsand fa.rdealand at Italbe per dozen, for fresh arrivals. . Fittii iSApplea are quiet with single eimply, nod they are wurth 62a3.50 per, brl torfair to prime. Peaches are 'lower ! der heavier receipte. tad they are selling at 41 beet al pereu iu boxes. Lemma aromieted , 42410, and oraugee $6 Mie850 p box. market ,undergoes nomat e' !kite higher grades e01111111141 ..gUeditt51111111,1,141.111 ale 'mecca No.' llinollty isquoted 4',25a,li ler loose, and 428a 4 tor tight- , pressed per ton, on arrival. Inferior grades ere in light deinend, anti held attl2a18 per , ,en arrival. eaters ask 411a:wore ,yerlon 81,0113 . 1 BEMPContinues dull, and priees are nomi nally euchanged. Me quote: Rough Kentucky, 414 it160 per tea and dressed ligallfic per le. 1110NOA.re sleuth, and quiet. No material Variation in prices. e We quote: Green; 6a7ite; Wet belted. Mac; tirv fimt, liat5c per lb; -sheep .petts are worth 75tail tor :good , choice. "and 10a40e lor inferior. ' , FEEDThe market is firm with -a fair demand and lighteeterings at preview prices. Bran is world' 418 Wale 60011dystulte. : illbefii; told andalinga, 1128o33 per tue,,en sr rival. In stet edeidors ask alai per ton more. , JUOLtirkibla-,The markeeitiqtdet aud idea IT.' The demand ta.motierate anti prioes ate un cheesed. New -Ortwius is worth itualee. and relined sirup. Cutilde yer gallop, aceordmg so' quiet at 0e per radon frir! .pgruulamit'LletY.LaLildna.fieedil'iilateadY. fitir demand at ' 61 atel,06 per gallon fur extra 'middy. &Maim peiroieum ia quoted lialte per gallon. 1 .P(ITATOklelContinits dull and -unchanged at tal per bu tor prime in store. Sweet pota toes arein litiedeudied and steady at 44a4 for yellow and kiwi e0 tor redper ' PoUL1111:Live chiekens are in fair de , mend wfill amide receipts awl we quote Oa, 60 for large, sina42 teat 60 for small per doz. ,itilik.There is a quiet and steady marketot , Natqc for Louisiana, and 7a73,0 tor Rani:spoon pdt Ilk Carolina is Emerge iota quoted ticihe per lb. , sALTThere Is a moderate demand ter do MCSEIO et Lee'pOr be 'end 41 45 Der tirl 01 rival,. and drayage added when .cletivereci. Werke' island is firm at ilaa.3713 per Int. laver peoinearee is steamy eud qutut at,11 2Zial 86 per . , SaiEDTimilthy is steady, withlair demand at 63 kW 10 per be in &tare. Clover lain mod erate demand at IttiolliVe pet lb tn store Tor prime. ries' seed us ateady st 1160 perba. - IWO Att.,-Ahe Inaiket 16 eatiter,mader a More moderate demand, We, quote: New Orleans. Tellow- relined, ita.itiOc: extra '1$ hire, 10atilic;'"A-";Wikite' 102battiao, and hard', ilitallite per T,ALLOWThere Is a ateady tuarket, the demand and recetpt., being about equal, at. flite per lb for prime country, and She ior eitY rendered- - ' : , , . , . 1 ' Cincinnati Zies Hoc li Narita. e'' ''Y .,' . CINOINNATL. Aiuguct tkiS P.n. l'ha reeniata and shipments el live elOck UN ; ' the past st hours were as tollows: 6 . . ,, , - ' , r , . , Becalpte. Shipmenta. -, ''" Cattle., ' ,..e 68 HOW.. .. $11 - , , .. 1 . , Sheep Ill4 ' ' .' HOGISAre firm and cutlet for oeintnen; The , - higher grades continue 'in, good demand and ' " are scarce. We quote: Stockers, $6 ,Oal; com- . ' mon to good,light, $7 deaS, per ranted siva. - CAT r LitMarket quiet at S 4 ttia5 50 per cent. , al range tor common to good butcher'. , , SO CEP--Mitirapt quiet and 'firm. Fair to - goodatill at SS 16a4 60 per ()angst gross. ' ' ....,....--- , . MARKETS Bit taLzaltAiiri. ' , miu v 'Amur, August ilb.--No. I ,Milwitukee. "," ! a SO: No. 2, SI 1St September. SI 155f. , , . -, . , . , . PitoRIA. August 21.--Oorn eaay at 041do. Otttli ...." No. 8 white. tits IV 'IMMO" - ' ' ''t ' Towne, August 28.W Beat dull: No. I white ' , Michigan, II SS. tarn lower and inotieratalfi ' , ,,, Clitosed, August 28Wheat opened at $1115fi , ,:, for deptember. anti closed at, SI 17.301 I0 cacilit Ulti.tor bleptember. , , -e ., :' , . ; ,,,,,,,,, , , ' Obwatio, N. F.: August 28.Wheat drin: ex. , -,, tra,white Michigan st (17, now held itS 41 84 ', No. 1 Sitiwanisev, al 41 Corn Ana itt Stadia. ,,, ,' ; rnrimunts,, Aug. titWheat nnehanget . , Corn quiet: ear, stia650: shelledt ethlsto r; e' -, ' troleuin quiet butsteady: rude, 811,9S at Fars! , kers: relined, lie, Philadelphia delivery. ,,,-'",, . ; CLIVELAND. O., Pingutt 28.Wnettt atsiadyl ' , old Not i red, SI 50; otti No. 9 do. $1 45:, new - No. 1 red, si 11: new Noe 2 red, $114. Corn ' ' steady: stielled,18aliteL ear, Italtio. Oats dull ., , and weak: new No, 1 Stale, SOci plil de, irtna - , ' old nominal', - -, - ' , DIDIANAPOLTS, Angust 21Flour. Sfi 115a1. ',, Wheat: new red, Snail, 20; old, al 40a t 4,i, , ,, Corn: ear, 65c; shelled, 68a69e. Oats: new, , . 4401460.' Clover-seed, 6gaiNe: timothy. a ca 216, Bulk meats, ,83sail ann., - Busing 11ta ' r ,Otille - Mains. 'U.Lard; steam,. ONO; keg. : , thultiXe. -,, ,,',. , ts--. 4 ,,, 4 . - 1,,,, " -' , ' BUFFALO, N. Y.,. August28.Wheat dull anfi ', , i, unsettled at Si 44 tot No. 1 Milwaukee' 111- MI , ,, for white Minnestota.: Corn and and'heavy - at 7Se tor No. 2.; Oats in retail lots only.- Rye , ,., , and- barleys none here. "Lanal freight& f1011 , , wheat, FoIcurnOse. - ., , 4 .....-, .".., , BOSTON, August 28.Flour quiet: superfine , Western and State, S6 25a5 15: common extras, . Mae 50; Iowa anti Minnesota extra family. A . StitOad: winter wheat Ottio, Indiana and ittick.. . limn, 111a8:: 'Illinois, ri San: tit, Louis, SI Oa ' 960: tither Minnesota, 11 600 76.- tarn "idea " : and firm Slain. Oats &di at 60a70e..,,,. ;.,i, - Mintrate, Aug. 28.Flonr dull and nominal v .- Corn inactive: yellow, 814Mo; whitet SOltsell , Oats dull and nominal. , Lard stoat), and int- changed. Bacon steady and unchanged. Eggs - dull but unchanged. Butters firm and an- - ' changed. , Apple. in good demand at MAIL . , prices: 76ca$150.,. ',Potatoes dull and wadi:tat. 4 , ' BAltrtHORN,' August 21 Flow nuiet hue ', firm. Wheat dull: No. 2 amber. .I1 Sii; mixed, .. '' do, SI 40; No. 2 Western, red, II 40. Corn weak: . -., Westarn mixed, lon. Oats steady- and-. us- . changed. Rye dun at ibeali6o: liay firm sail unchanged, but active. Provision& stead, tut- . changed and quiet,, Butter quiet .and us- , chaeged. Petroleum quiet and unchanged. ,' Colee firm and unchanged. - Whisky duff 411 ' ,-" NASHVILLI. Aug. 28. Flour (inlet atul firm ', at SS heal KI, Weest quiet And weak at al 1.0a, . ,, I 85. Corn qdiet and firm at 8 its. Oats quiet and firm at 1343. Provisions in lair demand and ' ,- 'advanced )so all around. Lard. 150 Bulk . - meats in tau demand at iltilogalso Bactia in fair demand and higher at illmal4a14i4e. , . Sugar-cured hams, 183c, all packed. ' Whiscy . 1, quiet and firm at Si 26. Coffee quiet and Bra:. , Mitt 13.3tasiNe. . . - - - DETROIT, August 28.--Ir lour steady and un.. changed. Wheat in good demand: extra. gi ea: , , now, 41 46; old No. Whit Michigan, SI et, and , 11 34 for new; No. 1 amber, 11-14 for old, and 11 81.1( for new. Corn steady and aral: No. 1 , mixed, 16c. Oats steady and firm: white West- , ern Michigan, rrtarr,; Pio. 1 mixed. 41041fic Bar ley quiet but firm: bales at Sgag M. Perk gulag , but stem ly at 1.2 52. Lard In fair demand and firm at 14a1410. ; , NEWOBLEANS, August 28.--fingar firm, r jobbing demand: good common, ecryellow -clarified, lec.ktelaases dull: common to alloite, 40a1ile. Flour dull with jobbing demand:, , XX. $5 41$6; XXX, 16a6 1fizbileleta awl 18u860. rCornmeal dull at 18 62. Oats dull and , lower at fidatec. Corn null itt Shaine. Bradt lower ht 18. Hay quiet: Time, 12ottAl. . I l'ork dull and lower .at ,12:1 22:4. Dr,' salt , Meats dull: shouidera, epic. Bacon dull al: , lopiC4tic. Barns: choice ,eugar-curd firmer at lean fig; ordinary. 14,fialkAgo. Lard quiet: tierce, Ifinc; gegdfiner . , Saw Yoaa, August 28.Flour steady and more active: Superfine Western, 58; ' common togood extra Western andS ate, USD at; good to choice do, Pi Wall 00: commen'te choice white wheat Western extra. 48 AWLS); common to good' extra. Ohio. $5 Cla, afig - mon to choice et. Louis, 45 43a8 50. Ityellour quiet and unchanged. Corn-meal tin. chenged and 1088 aetive: Western, 666544 ta , Wheat quiet end active: 140. 2 141101140 and gorthwest soft to prime. al Lel 116:' a - 1fitikfaukee, 81: Isle. 1 wing, $1. Cal 48. closing ttt 41 41 for lio.1 tlawaukes in store; '' 4 new amber Ohio, 41 38; new amber Delaware. ''' 41 48 old NO. Alinnesota. September. SL, dfit . tio Milwaukee, first hail ilepteitiber, V 88a , 1 88m. Bye quiet and nominal: new 'Blare held at V. Bailey dull and itominul; Malt quite heavy: 1-fowect 41 SO. Cora . , easter and quite iletilre, ele--ing arm: Westssia muted.&ntallic, steam; 84satc, sail; Pah!: for , heated; yellow Western, 1:16,;artfimu. Oats ' lower closing dull: Western mixed, finafilic; White' Western, 83afise; View Western ; mixed, 6:alic. Hay m and unchanged. Coffee: Rio very flan: cargoes, lfimell,me. gold. Jobbing, 18Mas1M0, gold. Sugar quiet ' and droopiug, taw t4 good refining. 15-18a ' pritnc, 4Mc: refined 111M MOlitdaell: gee , cery grades dull sad firm Lice arm. wan a fait demand. firm and 11,401,64 , crude. bmaliMe: refined,. 11MialMe. Reins quiet and uttenanred. Bpi rits turpen tine q utet , blYie. Eggs uncuarigei Perk tower: noW -mess. 420 aiallo fib: eeptember, $20 Beef dull. Cut meat. chill: 'middles Aunt.: , long low 12Me. Butter: prime steady; tab- ors dull: Western, Ifiltsfic. -Cowed dull and unohanged. Whisky atm.:rueall lair'fle mend at 41 MAI Sm. , , - - . . FINANCIAle ' k CINOINN ATI. August 28-1 P. Gold is easier in New York ,today at 118' - Gold checks on Now Vora are worth heretelllt sal mg. anti sol I quoted 118 Baying. ' Taero is a mottorme dement. for sMotern Bk. ' hang and the market is arm as par buytag , , am, -LO prem. telling. - ' bterlicg exchange is quiet sad steady at Wig ' atalmght goid. - " , Money is in good demand to-day, and Inst. nese is more autive. Ike banks are clitetotset ing litsei ally at la8 per cent There is a good - supply In the open market at 1 per cent. l sou.hern 1-806 are su tad request, WIWI sales at Wit anti interest. ' - Smere is no local fietnand tor Government bonds. The market is generally eteady, an& 10-40e are trim. with good dilatant,. Wis gives the following 'swot Wall-street quotatious, on , which dealers here require margin of g buy- , tug anu selling: - Sold. 4)fferikl. 'Bid, 81 Bonds,. .. fit ,Bonds ge 84 Bonds ...... 135 Bonds ti5 New Bonus. . .... ,154If CV Bondi ., - 12011 88 Bonds - plOyi 18-411.. 1111It N - '', Now 5s . ....... ' - 11b1 ,Cy. s he following ts thel:80 P. M. report of New , York Stock Market, m rebeived by Loa, 8sere - . rett & Go., WS West l'hird Street: SAd. Offered at. W. b- TOleitraPh 83II -.i. ' Pacific Slim '. Alle ' Adams Express 1411 - Wells, Fargo Ex AN. " 'MK American - ... ' ,-4 St - IL el - - ... 2 401 14.1. Central 104 A...11'.prel'il. 80)1I.,-, s-- , Erie ' ' ' , Harlem ' 1884 ' C.G. &L G ..... . ' ,;,- est: Lake Shore ' Weir & Pitts s . 7'4 N. Western atm :. sag ,.. 51. I.810111 pre'd Rook ...... 1 p.308V , . St. Paul, tom ., St, Paul, prof d 115 shams Ohio & ...0 , 11,41 ! -:' . Union 0 - re . ' , Fort Wayne " ": Hannibal itt St. inc - IttIg ' tentrel AS - Illinois Geatral i. , Chicago ft. Alton - Atlantic remits Tel ''t - z., " rickstiver. .. , Imo' , 'Abloom. & Poodle-04 4 4.6 oi t oo bienOrpts t , '0 - -1. , ' Silo La agunelqa.:4: , 46.41t e, Am ,4 I, I , ..t !. , 4 4 A 4.44 ; k . '