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CHE CnTCIlfNATI DAILY STAR. SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 3. .1880.
II KIT SSTITW OT TEB CIHCUTHATI HAHXET. cmcmmn. April 1-2 p. if. !U0 AMU SBAIK. . Flow has been ouiet snd easy. Closing steady and fair tool demand. We quote: Fancy $6 85a Maud up paient to $8 ier brl. Spring wheat flour at 5 65Q6 60 as to quality. Family selling al 15 to45 HO, and offering down to 16 30. Extra at t4 60(2,5 la. Superfine quiet at Ua S5. Low grades ranging down to ti 25 a to quality. Rye flour at 34 rxal SOper barrel. Oats aulet and steady. White: No. 2 8M14DC, Mixed at 38c for No. i and 85(9370 for Inferior to good sample per bu. Barley auel aud flrra. Tall at 7518V! lor fair to prime and held S5c higher for choice lou spring- at 72C4iH tor ao. ana watvuc lor (cod to prime sample. Wheat has been weak and market lower, clos ing steady and quiet. Bed tt 'JV1 2 tor prime, aiul a very choice lot sola at Si it, bite scarce and nominal nt f I 2j1 26 for prime to cho ce. Amber 1 2(1(91 21 for No. 'A ana interior lots ranving down to II 10, as to quality. Com in fair demand and market steady. N . 2 mixed shelled soul to-day at 41; good to prime mixed ear at 404lo per bn, and choice held about lc more. Wnite or yellow held 2&3c higher man uuxea, ana ugiu oueriugs. kvM ia atfiiulv anil miiitt. Prim to rhntCA mm. iSle at 8UQs2c per bu on arrival. No, !l in elevator atSlo raovtsio. Mess pork has been quiet aud easy and clones steady at f 10 aO pcrbrL and jobbing lots held 25 50o more. T jirrl is nniet and steadv. Current maka aunted to-day at 87.06 pur lb. Whiter steam dull, and nominal. Bacon ouiet. Shoulders at VAAbo. clear rib at 7Hc, and clear sidea at 7 Wc per ib, packed. Suvar-cure.! meats steady and quiet. Hams at 9 10c as to brand or aveiaget shoulueia at 6 &(;; breukfust baciu, 'i&60 per lb, canvased and packed. Bulk meats ouiet. Shoulders at 8.9(4c, clear rib at 6'6.45c and ckar aides at 8.05(,70o per ID loose. COTTOK. The market' was quiet and easy and declined VHC Per Ib during the week. Receipts fur the week, 3,04 Dales. Mtipmeuia. a. nil owes, omen, 10,568 bales. The official Quotations at the close to-day are as follows: Ordinary, ltigc: good ordinary, Uc: low middling, WHc; niid- dime. 2c, ttood mirtriiiiiii. lBot miaouing nur, I lSWjc; fair, 1 per pound. WHIMtT Has been firm and adyanecd l2e during the past weea. (..losing nrm. eKnoaai, 1 ; Coffee: Market steadv and ouiet. Rln at 13a 0c for eommon to faiu-y yellow. Laguaya at Wm wo. Java at amxic, mouna at jt Jc,per potmu. Molftsstui haa hoen in fair demand and firm. Mania Isyrups nt I (31 10 per gallon, Sorghum, at ;5(840e Tifor prune to choice, ftew ui leans at 4Daa', anu tVuR.,..t ..a aa tnnilJilt. .it 'ilftCJIl, nur null,... Hire was in moderate demand and quiet at 'Vt jl(g8cfor Carolina, Louisiana at 7ic per lb. , ill i-nuar was in lair uemnna una sia uy. we quote: ,JT Yellow reHni a at 8H(who: xm C, 9.,!H0 A White. vwm'M". Bramnaiea nna pownereo, iu-4 We: ciiishea. lM,mW,e-. cut loaf. U6t i ilue, per lb. JSew Orleans nt iv,mvfi lor raw, JJauji si4(ijlOo for while clarified, per lb. MISCELLANEOUS. i Bark has had a quiet. Arm market, closing ; Sternly, ana prime cm stunt oax at si.ijjia au per eord, afloat , liBran has a firm and aulet market, wit'i lielit ra- , cerpwand quoted at til 17 per ton. Khiisuitfs , quiet ut $16(9 1 7 per tun, MlilaliiiLS steady hum . lair aemami at i(ot3 per ton. ail on arrival. ,' Held ubnul $2 mure per ton in store. Broom corn has a steady, quiet market and ) moderate olteriiwi. Red brtmh at 4a4'ic, red ; tipped at r.(i!4'. green stalk braid 6iic, ami 1 green nun at 7y ln per in. 1 Brooms in mode ate demand and stendy. We ' quote: Common iill 40l 7ft, hml at i502 75. i Shaker at $2 Ibia'i 00, steamboat at $3 20134 0(1 . peraozeu. Butter hat been steady and quiet, and little or : nocbange. The reueipU were ample but iikhI t erate. The demand fair, chiefly fcf tun local re tail trade and lor tue nigm r araues. w uuole Creamery Bt 37((39c per ID for cholac Wesiern Rese ve doing at 27&28C and selections of extra at l2c more Prime to choiee Central Ohio, and Iiid.uua at'2302'ie per Ib. Good lotsal 2i(ifi!e, ' aai inienor at iDfaisc perio. . Bags: Tne denmnl modi-rate anl market steady luifoliowa: 4-hn biirla, l;l'lle; 2i-liii, 10k jic; z on, ,'2(Hl(K giiiiuiea, x-Dn, i4'iuiinc Muuwuil ir.j ,l,i, 'lr ni.tlnl. tm.iriiln.iii il.l.it 21(Si2rc aud 3 do, 28a;2s each; wool bags at 42ffj 4DC each. biisiriin;: Market firm and aniet. We quote: 2-lbflnx, 10c; 2H-'b do, 10,'4c and 2Ji-lbilo. lO'J per yard; jute of eorresgiundiug weight, Vfi per yard more, iron coitnn ilea at w per Duuuie. Beans have a ou et. sttaily raark t aud mod erate receipts. Arrival lou at tl 2jl 15, good to choice, and 90c(il 15. eommon t fair, per bu. Held in st' .re lor j bbing iots at tl 6501 75, priuie to choice white, or navy, per du. Beeswax was in fair jobbing demand and steady at 20c per id lor prune. Cotton yarns In fair demand and Arm. Quoted as foiL"WK Batting, lligiec: pound yarns, 24c; car-pet warp, white. 24c; do, colored, 29c; cov- let waip, 26e per lb; full weight dozen yams, ISO, 400s. 13e; No. 50ils. 12c: No.BOOs. lie; No. 700s. 10 per dozen. Cotton rope. 20c; twine, 21i24c, and candlewick, 24c per lb. Coke has but a limited demand but remain steady at 8c wr gas-house, 9c for crushed, and 10c for city per bu, ai yards, ana 2v more oelir tred to consumers. Coal baa had a quiet market with ample offer ings, and closing steady at the following: Pitts burg, 8c per bushel afloat, and He del.yerod; Kanawlia River. 7S4I&80 afloat ami lOfaillc del v mmI: Hot-king V .lley, Uai2c delivered; Muskin gum Valley, llfeS2c delivered; Ohio Kiver, Ae afloat anil 10c delivered; Kaimwlia, cannei, -Mc per bu, and anthracite, to 2urgb m pel lou, ue I Uvered. Eirixs were In gooa sunply and light demsnd, and market quiet, and Iresh selling at ttglOc per dozen. Feathers were nrm ana in fair aemana.and prime live geeie selling at 44c pet lb. Candles we re quiet ana steady and in moderate demand. Common tallow at lOHc. Bt'ir at 18Vi(914c per Ib. Cheese: Market has been quiet and steady and I Iatauie off. Tings, Prime to choice factory at 18(4 " HiAi'f. ner lb: new Northwestern at VMVIUji tur pound. I Cordsge has a steady, moderate demand and no limatorial change. Wen.iote: Manilla at 13ij 14c; Jstsal 1212SJiC, Jute (&10e pef lb. 4 Coopers' stud: Receipts ample and demand Xmodeiate. We quote: Slack-bairel poles, tOijjS; Jtnrhlrbarrel poles, 11012: boghead poles, , '(aM: barrel staves, tU((t20; begsuead slaves, 16 20 per 1.00Q. I) Coooenme has a firm markand moderate He- jmauii. Wo quote as folinnaT Flour-barrels. 25 TWet PfK barrels. 70(75c: do halt barrels. 4f)(jiiit; Vlard t erces, 80((H)c; ham tieices, 4550c; stuck hbhds tl 25?8I 3U: half hiida. 95c$2; whisky bar Zrels.siX Iron hoops, tl 251 39, and lard kegs, 28fa30ceach. . , Vrultst Apples In smple supply and rroderate f demand at S3 25(83 74 per brl, and ahoiil 50C less 1 or, arnvaL O.angea are quoted at t l 50'A4 per ln.x for Mcs slna, and 884)10 i.er case for Valencia. w i 4bf! a ieiiions 111 mir oemanu anu easy at n oiw.i mi tier dox. lined appie at oyojc ana arieo peaches at t.a. n tui II, Pranlurrlui .1 ftM.ttM 1 1 . ..-1 J Foreign fruits quiet and steady tilth Layer Rai U Sins at 12 40i92 60 pef box C troll. 23(&!2Sc; ftgS, IJ )2(oll6c; dates, 69c; pruuet, 810Jo; currants, .1 7rsc per lb. Fish: Market qhtet and firm and no material j change in prices. We qun': Mackerel, extra mess, waiva; no. i large, - ye,; no. 1 medi um, J1011: No. 2 tarue S8 6V9:No, 2 medium, S7 60K; No. 8 large, 7V50 8; No. 8 medium. Sti 60 per bn, Lake herring. S3 503 76: whiieflsli, n6 60 per half bn; sardines, quarter boxes, 112 b018 per case; codfish. 55Hcper lb, and sihoked herring. 2830c per box. Rav ha had a steady snd quiet market and mpl'e offerings. No. 1 Timothy seUlngat t!6 16 60 per ton, fair to prime mixed at S14I5, and common at SlOtaili per ton on arrival and 2 more In store. Wheal straw at SlOiglOSO, aud rye St til per ton. Hides were in fair demand and he maiket firm with mi derate otf.-ring Wequnie: Ureaji 7r8c; . wet snltod. 8U(9o: drtr salted. 13fi14c. and flint. 15170 per lb. Sheep pelts seUat81160 for prime to choice with wool on. and 2 KS4oc sheared. -4lemphs been quiet and little offering, We qui t': Rough Kentucky at tl8i200 per toil, frrvreed jobbing at 11c for single, aud It for 4kuble. , . . v , Hops have S qnlet, steady market, and prime numem sen at ic per iu. Iron lias been moderately active and the market dotes steady. Pit iron at 4 months' time as follows: Hanging Rock ehanl, No. 1. S3940- HanitlnS : liock no. a, S38039: ao. mm, fJo ournm utK fcouuiem charcoal, No. 1, S37g88: No. 2, S3t37; do. in II. t3 0037 00: ttonc-i-osi knd coke. No. I. S4!!H6; No. 2, tl24t: Ohio Neutral. Krt. 1, i731; No, 2 t3638: HiiUthern, No. I,t3738; Bontiiern. No. 2. Si7iil37. Cold blast cnar- oai Caj-wheel: Bungiiig Book, 58 00(360 00 Southern, f' per ten. American BrMch No. 1, 11630; Na 2, t3.37 per ton. Wrought iron: Common bar Iron. 4c: charcoal bar Iron, S.20O. ataMt-tro. MM, Mo. 10 t tl. 5(oc; ahaet-lron, charcoal. No. 10 to 27, H(9 7Sepr lb. Scrap iron, SI 2&1 60 for oast, aud tl 502 for wrought, per 100 lbs. Peanut were in amote buddIv ana fair demand at the following-: Teunnaee at 8ferrii4c lor red and 4c for white, per lb. Choice Virginia at 65Hc per id. , Potatoes: Market steady and ouiet We Quote peachblowsvt'iai 0,and early ton tl SO IW per brl; russets SI 25(1 SO per brl; peach blows, on arrival, 3032c per bu. looae. Poultry: The market hu been quiet, with am ple receiuta, Demand fair for live chickens at S2 25aS 26 per dozen a to size or condition. Live luikeys at S(10c per lb. Duck at t2 26 2 75 per dozen. Powder steadv and ouiet Rifle standard at t6(4 1 50, aud mining at Si ioiS 20 per keg. Kair aulet and steadv. with while cotton at 4c and mixed at 8e per ib; common woolen at iwe ana choice at 14l5c per lb. Lead: Market steady and qnlet We quite Pige06?lc bar lead 7(370, and sheet lead 8 84e per lo. Leather has a aul t. steadv market and mod erate jobbing demand. No quotable change in pn.-es. nan sole stwo: nenuocx ao. xx 81C; harness, 8740e; rough harness, Amor lean kip, 65S7oo; French do, tl 25A1 311; American calfskin. 9dtyitl 15; (ranch do. A 25 91 86ner lb. bridle leather,-S4 0O per aoa, and upper leather, 2022o per foot Nails: Marat steady and quiet te quote t5 15 (85 26 per ktg ior 10 to 60a. Nuir Almonds, 20(3. -2c; pecans, 10ai3e; fllb erts, 12l4c; Brazil nuts, lol2o. and Kngl.Sh waluuu 1216u per lb. Cownua tl per huu dred. Naval stores Market steady and fair demand for turpentine, and quiet for other store. Quoted: Spirns of tuipentine 6253c, Caiolina tar S3 8 60 aud root! 1111 pitch 2 262 76 per bij. Oakum at 8i$.$lo per lb. Resin. No, 2, t22 5(1! No. 1, S2 76(v 50; pale, ti4 25, aud extra pale. H6m per brL Oils: Market quiet and steady. Extra lard oil at 203c per gallon. Refined petroleum atlOc or iveinucny stanaara, and llall4e ior 01110 and Indiana, and alanit more for fobbing lots. Headlight at ltia;7o per gallon. Linseed sell ing slowly at 80c per gallon. boap in fair steady demand and quiet We quote: German, 5V,c: extra olive, 4Jsc; family, 4Jo per lb; German ol.ve, 4-Jc: biue, 5J4C; aui bcr, 50 per lb; white, So 7j per bx Siarcli steady and demand fair. WeAuoteas foilowi: Ptarl. H4QX'4z Imperial, ifta dia mond gloss, tic: corn. ti!,(: per lb. Salt: Market quiet t id stei lv. Foreign at 40i 45c for Tuik's Island per liuand SI 2ul 25 for coarse Liverpool per sat-t. On.ti Kiver and Kau awna at Si 70 per barrel of 7 bushels, and tl o5 pur barrel of 5 bushela 8eed: Clover Jobbing from tor at K97c per lb, and about Uo less on arrival. Tim othy at S2 Ww2 70 per bu. Orchard grass at i woaua oiuegrawi atOA'4750 per bu. max in Ueinaiid ut SI 301 40 per bu. Tallow hasbeen quletand steady with moderate demand and selling city at 5c louse, aud country al 5J4c packed. Tinners1 istock steady and fair trade. Wo quote: Zinc slab, 7Jc: sheet, 9ic; block tin, 27 mniici, iuitjftw; utu,-r ingots, -jdc; DOUOIUS, 39c; braziers' sheets, 3440e per lb: tin Plate, I i. i la and 1 A i2 2612 75 per box. Vegetables: Market steadv and an et. with mod e ate receipts of new veg. tables, and tomatoes at tl'ql 25 per bil. Turnios at SI '25 ir hil for rulabaxiia Oni ns at tt 606. Sweet potatoes ut tt J,.m 7 . U.l v wyjm to nsw 1111. v iHHieuware Bte.id v and demaiul fair. W. mint- WuliDoards, tl Mm 76: bucaeis. two-hoop, SI 9 2; do, mree-noop, S 152 25; tubs. No. 1, 8ti50i9; No, 2, 8 50ia: No, 3, Sti ) ': iiesto 01 eight. SI 26 is no; cnurns, ,o. 1, s aoi9: na 2, S7 60(i4S, and no a, so nvri per aoeati. Wool Steadv. With li -ht nlMin anil nnlot Quoted: Unwashed combing. 86i2n3Sc: delaine, 36 3e: cloth ng. 8237c: common, 80rK32c. Washed: Fine fleeces. 4548c: medium ana delaine fleeces, 4850c; long combing 464Xc Tub-washed: coarse, 4547c, and cnoice, 6255c per pouhd. ior superior ana long, , TOBACCO. . The otferlixrs of leaf tftnaec at tha anetlon warehouses yesterday were 160 bhds and 12 boxes, at the following prices C2hlids Masou ('oiintv. Kv. 2 hh'ls at SI8 2".a 19-5, 2 at 2I i"22 50: 4S new 8 hlids at tl o wj, o hi jura iu, o at jo(3 on, 13 at iu mn a, !8attl519 60. 26 hhila new Brown County, Oiilo 2 bhds at S3 20r5 no. 2 nt Sti 9 7 W, 3 al $9 309 90, 11 at tin" ia 100m sid tuctiaou. 21 in ids tunviiwen Uoinitv. Eentnckv 4 hhd at ti lOftS 45. 3 ai Si 557 8", 1 at S3 70, 7 atfiO 25 ll7.i,6atS15O0ai6 75. 40 hhds new Peinileion County, Kentucky 4 hh.lsat 82510, 13 at 6 15(97 95, 7 at (8 40 9 4", 8 :t S10 7511 25, 7 at tl5 5(i19. 11 hhdsnew llonne rounty, Kentucky 4 hads i ; m . 8 at to 20fi 75, 4 at til 5012 50. Shhds new West Virginia 2 hhds at S45 75, lUWil, 8 lilids new Southern Kentncltv at S3 7Rra :fi5. 4 hlids new Eastern Ohio 1 hhds at i 00; 1 at 18 20: 1 at tl2 75: 1 at tl7. 2 hhds and 10 boxes new Indiana 2 hhds at Sn3:; 10 boxe-1 buxes at U 90; lattS: lat 112 75; lattl5 25. Offerings for the week: Hhds. Bxa Old . 174 . New 1339 21 Total offerings for week...... Total rejections for week...,..,..,.. Actual sales for week. Monthly report for March, 1880 1513 268 21 1 20 Bxs. 1,074 COi 1,579 835 1216 Hhds, ftock on hand March 1 8.296 Receipts During March 6 220 Total...... ... Pel veries during March... Stock on hand April 1, 1880 4,630 1,244 tjtni knn i-Sud at the sain time last year. , . ,., 2.179 Actual salt a for Murjli, 1880 4.970 616 306 Yearly coniouris .11, from January 1 to April 1: , 1M80 , lihils. Bxa, llnd. Bxs. Recipts . Orl'erings..,,.,,. ReJeitious.... Actual saiea... Deliveries. . 4,606 . 5,447 . 4,636 . 6,301 716 1,016 - 288 7!U 891 11,216 i.m 1,624 tt; 1,171 1,094 12,975 2,H:M 10.562 10,909 FIHAHCIAL OIriCTHHTi. April fc-2 P. M. Fastern eicnantr lain fait demand and amnle offerings and rate steady. Dealers buying at 1-20 discount and selling at l-20.premium. Sterling is steady and demand fair. The rati are 84 85 for sixty-days and tl 88K for sight per. internment bonds are firm and the local de mand fair at the following buying and selliug rules: Buying, 6sof 1W 105j 6o( 1KX1 .,..............tH3 4ks of 189L -. lt4 48 Ol 1907 ..lUtiVj Selline. VW4 ' ,. 108S l09i ' 1H7 Tue following ar tne epemng and th 1:00 p. m. qiioMiiolis of me New York Bxonauue, a received by la,BterretltOo., 28 Wen Third street ' typened, W. TJ, Teleiminht-.... ...... 106H A, A P. Te.leuraon , Part do Mail....,.......... ...... Adam ftlBro .. 112).)) Wells, Fargo, ftxorel.. American ft lores....,.... ...... ..... I', a. KxDreas. 1:00 P.M. ,108 48 M, Y. Central Uelawaia Laos . .... It fife. NH4MI fcmaMH cn jrcivricu.ti c.aL o......i Lk BhOre. , Cleveland A Plttsnurg.. Northwestern com .... Nortnwesteru Dreterred,mM,M Kock Ialud........ Hi, Paul oommitn. u, St Paul preierrea. Ohio siusiMippi ..v.. Oo Dreierrea.. Union Paclfle.. ....,... Hannibal Arlt.joe... do preferred...... Michigan Centrai.... kesdnif. ...... ........'........ CCil.su.. lersey Ceniral.. ,, Mortl Hei......,. uelawan 4 Mndaon. Wabash A Pari tic, Wabash A Pacific, preferred. 69 Kansas A Texas......,...,,,.,.,., 43 Iron M..utitatn. 67 Louisville A Nasiiville......... II Illinois Central .RairtasPaciOC........ Oliemiieak A Ohio, Centrals An sou.. tottetwdtA Bid, 9.515 4,885 J3I 131 SVS 93 45H : ! 54 M& " 108 t08) 95 ' ' few 10b , 108 ISO , ' 186 ' r.y JIH 104 104 8 3 tfl"' ' ' ti 86 S6 91 tiv! 69 C94 . T . .79 85 83M 107 , 197 85 tl , 434 VH ?-rv -a 12 ! 1 106 107 .. . . 23:.. 23 XABKETfl BT TJXI6EAPH. WnjriKovow, Asm I Tarpennne sptrlia stMdyitSsc, Oawcoa Aorll 1 -Wheat itesdv. Com In light demand: Western mixl, 67M5SC. Cleveland jDmo.. Anrll 1 Wheat le knrer: No. 1 red, SI 27; No. 2, SI 26; No 8, tl M. No. 2 mixea, 11 'H. Oeneiu markttt weak. Tole do. Anrll S. Wheat steadv: No. t red Wa- biwh.41 SO, seller June.: tlOHJbly. Corn steady: High-mixed, 40Xc No,' 2, Sirc O-it nominal. Psoaii. Anrll 2 Com steadv and aasv: Biirrf mixed. 3535Kc; No. 2, 34'4(535c. Oals dull: Na 2 white. 82'432o. Kye dull: No. 2 nominal 75c, Whlasy steady at tl 07V. . MlLWiniu. Anril S -Wheal unsettled: May. tl 12X: June, tl HH- Corn qet: No. 2, 85c. Oat quiet: No. 2, 23. . Kye Arm: Na 1, 70a uaney arm: No. 2, bUc luraorr. Anrll a Floor dnlL Wheat firm: ex tra nominal; No. 1 white, tl 19; April, tl 19) May, tl IIP,; June, SI milling ko. 1 nom inal, ueeeipis wneat. su.utw dosb. Namvillb, Txnm. Anril S Cotton: Ordinary loC aood ordinary Uc, uw middling Ue, middling UHc, good middling Uc, Wnean raucy i it cooioa ei t uieuiuiu ti wiii m, low grades SI' 14 CniCAQO. April a. Wheat April, tl 11VS: May. SI 18; year, 93c. Com: Apr 1, 32o; June,86Ho. Bailey: cash, 74c; Extra No. 3, 64c. R e: cash, 7le; April, 6Se. OaiK May, 30c; June, 80)ic. n uvmjr: saie. ai 91 v. New Orleans. April 8. Sugar strong: Good common "Wc: fair to cood Tu8ilir. fully fair, fiici prime 7c. Molasses steady: Fair 36 3KC, Prime 4Ja44c choice bom'ic Whisky Choice Cincinnati, SI OSdll 10; .Vt astern, fl 03 1 U7; Louisiana, tl 06A1 08. Buffalo. ADril 2. Wheat neelectcd and en tirely n.'m nai. Corn quiet: sales of 10,000 bush Toledo No. 2 from store at 45t old nominal, 47c irom store, oats ana rve neidectea. naneyauii: sales of 1,500 bush cnoice Canada at 95c ou track. rriegnts uuchangeO. , Pbilapelphia. April A Wheat dull and lower Western, SI X4Mal 85Va; cash, tl 84"4(1 35; May, tl 831 33: June. SI 80Vi. with kilts. Corn, spot, steady, future easier: West rii, 62;!4 63e, cash, 62V,(d);.2ic; May, 4V448i; June, 48K48KC Oala steady: No. 2 white, April, 42,a Kye eas en Western, 687e. PrrrsBDRQ. Pa.. ADril 3. Oil City Opened at 86!4c offered for gold, and closed at 65c bid for Old. Parker Opened at 95; bid for old. and closed ai Krgc Dio t..r oni. rn lade phia Ma get quiet at 70. New York Quiet and Arm; reined, to asked. Liverpool; April 2-3:30 P. M. Flour. 1013s. Wheat: Wintei. UsUs fki; . Milwaukee red, 10s 8dlls; California white, ids 6dlls 2d: California Club, lis lrt lis 7d. Corn, 5s9.d. Pork, 57s 0(1. Beef, 76s. Bacon: Long clear, 36s: short clear, 37d Hd. Lard. 39s. 8d. Tallow, 35s. Cotton dull: Middling uplands, 7d; middling Orleans, 7 7-11. gales to day 6.0U0 bales, of wbicn 1,000 balos are for export and speculation. Boston, April t Flour sieaav and flrm- Wesusrti suuernue.S6 2567! (vmmon extras, ai (ae.TO; wwconsia extras, Ibtm 50; Minnesota do. IS 50.7 tag winter wheat Ohio aid Michigan, S7W7 50: Illinois and Indiana, 87(87 75: 8t lunula S7 268 26; Wisconsiu ana Minnesota paient process, spring wheat. 87 7fx9 50; winter wheat. $7 509. Corn auiec new, 636a Oat quiet: No. 1 and extra white 62iHc; No 2 white, 5u9U'4c; no. i mixed ana no. wuile. Kye. vncrttL LoutsviUR, Ky April 8. Flour quiet at qn- .tatious: Patent S7 258 25; choice fancy, td 50 7UU; plain lancy. S6 i5tt ou: Duckwheafc 5 6 50; extra, tt 50(94 75; A No. 1, 56(316 00: extra lamiiy, tl 75(86 00. Wheat steady: No. 2 at tl 151 2a Corn: shelled com, 400 for mixed, and 43c for white, on track or levee. Barley, S082u per liu. Kye, 8 !8ac. Oats unchanged: w quote mixed at 37c, and white at 3838Kc In balk on track or levee. Cot ton futures deel ned 5($7-100c from the closing S rices i f last week. The provision markets were rmer but irrevular. BreadstuiTs were without material changes. High wines, SI 03, Ngw York, April 3. Flour dull and in buyers' favor: rece pni, 14,897 brls; round boon Obiof 85 50 (5 90: choice do. t67 26; suDerOue western, S4 40 4 HU; common to gimd extra do, tl V06 30; cnoice do do. 85 807 50: choice white wheat do. So 506. Wheat Spring V,(91c and winter He lovft-r and dull; sales of 21,010 bush No. 2 North west May, tl 251 26; 16.000 bu-h No. 1 while, Mav, SI 3I1 3lk: 72.000 bu-h No. 2 red. May. tl 351 S Mi do, April, tl 86 bid; tl 37S asked corn dull ana nominal! uncnangea; mixed Western, soot J264c: do future. 49(&52c, Oats firmer; State, 41(9460 ; Wt stein, 89)45c. Beef dull aud unchangtxl ; new p am mesa. S8 60(a 60: new extra do. tlOd 11. Pork steady: Now mess, til 6). Ijird quiet and arm: Steam rendered. 7.60c, Butter dull and declining: Ohio, ls28o Cheeseqniet atll'olUHc f..rpoor to cho ce. Whisky dull: Western, tl 09. Suiiardull and nominal: unchanged. Mi. lasses un- chaneed and quiet Petroleum dull. R ce quiet and firm ; good demand. Coffee firm and rather quiet Freight about steady. Spiri s turpentine haavv at 4.MS5&C. Rosin nominal at tl 5ual 55. Tallow steady at 6c for W eater u. gga quiet at 9llC lot poor to choiee. Cincinnati Dry Goods Market A continued active demand is reported for the past week. There was a large attendance of coun try buyers, and the jobbing trade was unusually brisk. Market tirin. Primts Standard at 7$8ft shirtlngsat ffMf97c per yard. Bucachid Mosxirrs New York Mills, UVm Lonsdale cambric. 14c: Kins: Phillins cambric. 124c; Wamsutta, 13VsC; Lonsdale, 1 .:; Kruitoi the Loom, llc: Hope, 10c, Wide sheetings Pep-perelllO-4, a2es Utloado,40o per yard. Brown Muslin Atlantlo A, 9o; Lebanon A A. 8o: Great Falls B, So; Iud a Orchard D W, 8c; Great Western. 9e; Hsdley Sea Isl uid, WUa Peprieiell N, le: u, so; It, ttc; a, 9jc; Houth eru Slandiirds 88c Jeans ralestro. lSVsc: Covington. 20c: Polaris. 25c; Preferred. 30c; Kentucky doeskin, 37c; Sandard, 4050e; Humboldt 650. TtoKlNO-Conestoga, CCA. 13o; C T, 14c: Gold Medal, 15c; Extra Medal, 15o, and Amoskeag, A O A, 18c, - B1TEK INTKLLIUEN0E Special River Hispatcnes to tha !sw. 1 BrowmsviMix, April 811:00 A. M. River 6 feet 6 inches and falling. Weather cloudy. Thermometer S8", Wind south east Hitoh, W. Va., April 88:43 A. M. River S feet and falling. Raining. Tlier raonlter60. Chari-ehtoh, April 810:00 A. M. Kan awha River 6 feet 8 inches and falling slow ly. Weather cloudy. Liglitrtiiri last night Thermometer 68. Wind southeast. Oil Crry, April 810:49 A. M. River 2 .feet and standing. Weather cloudy and raining. Wind sontn. Thermometer 60". PltTSBORO, April 811:53 A. M. River 5 feet 8 inches and falling. Weather cloudy and raining. Boat Haidr wossia. Business (food. Tne bass-ball fever basa't strncjc the levee yet - The City ot Portsmouth leaves at 4 p. in. forChilo. The Bonansa came down and returned tn Portsmouth on time. Ths Potomac, having completed her re pairs, was dropped down to the Big; tlsndy wharfbout and wiH,back out this evening for Pomeroy and all way landings. The pnnettial Oons. Millar will depart this evening for EvsnsviUe, Cairo and Memphis. The Fleetwood Will be the regular packet u.l n . viMMnntlw k A r. . Hunttnpt..n, where elis connects with the 0,. tO, US, trains to-morrow niornlnp, tor all points East 8he will be followed to-morrow ov the new uostona. Ths elegant passenger iteamer, Golden Crown, will leave this evening for New Orleans, snd be followed Tuesday by ths Golden City. - ' The Ohio No. 4 wilt be In to-hnorrow Want and return to Pommy Monday, . Tne estate ot W. H. Brown, deceased, the well-known coal king, it ralued at SAOU1,d7oB8. " : Lake Pepin solid it last report II will before a week or two elapse renounce its icy bonds and yield to the luring pressure of fast-moving St. Louis and 8t Paul pack-els. Dabnqtte Times. Wednesday: Ths Dia mond Jo leaves to-day with a ble tow for St Louis. ' There is an enormous Amount of stuff offering is freight Ths Cbauncy iniD passtfd down Tuesday with the flr8( raft of the season from Lansine. The rate on freight to St Louis' is IVA for grain and m cents ior nour . . The men who sold the Evansville to Capt. Vansant will build a boat to take her place. The bull will be 143 feet long, 80 feet beam, 28 feet floor, with 4J feet bold, the ma chinery consisting of two double flu steel Doners, vj inches in dianicter'and 2fl feet long, the cylinders being 14 inches in diam eter with 5 feet stroke, to be completed bv the 1st of July. Tne new packet will have a full length cabin finely furnished and outfitted. The river was falline this mormnsr with 26 feet in-the cliunueL Steady rain from early morn until noon. Clearing this afternoon. Cincinnati Live stook Market CINCINNATI, April 82 P. M, The fOlloWinr flrfi 1.I1A nvwnitt nii.l 4liir.tnuiifa n9 live stock lor the past 21 hours: ReceiDta, Shipment. Cattle.M. 170- 154 Hoira mi ekk weep. nt 624 HlKiS Market steadv. Common at 13 5IM 4 2), fair to good li-ht at t4 30fl4 6CV and select butchers' S4 mm 70, gros. CATTLE Steady and onlet Common at tlia 2 65. fair to medium t2853 50, good to choice Sd o4 aw, snipping grades 81 25r94 65, gross. oHiiiir wteaay and fair demand. Common to I air at ao wm w, good to cnoice tl 756, gross. Hew York Stove Report The following shows the ranza of onotatlon and the amount of sale to-day at the New York owes Mciiange, as received by Uea, Hierretttb Co., 28 West Third street: W. Onion 106Vi 106 VSM. IH Pacific Mai I f. 41 43 43l2 Adams Express Illy 112)4 Wells. Farsro Kx.. . Araeri'n&ArUoua. ., N.V.Ceut 132J4 13' '81 W 132J4 Del.. L. A (Vest.... 93 9M 92 93 Krie Railway 45)4 45S 4jij 45J do preferred...... 70 70 6Sii (i8-'4 C..C. ALC. l(i 16 Lake aiiore . 108jJ 109 . 107 108 ciev.&pitia. ...... Northwestern...... 9f 9titi 9fV)i 9ii do pret.... my, ioi my, 1014 Bock Island 186 1H6 St Paul. 82 82'4 81 82M ao prel 104 10i 101 104 ObioAMlss. ..- W4 'MY, 38 St 8,900 21,400 14,800 T..200 S3.900 ""260 8,200 8.700 1,100 200 6.600 2,600 12,500 '276b 6(10 400 13.800 ao preierreo. Union Pacific 90 36 71 i 91 69 01 89 86 . 85 1 71 91 ,f4 St Han. A 8t. Joe. . do preferred. Mich. Central. . Heading Chicano A Altoiu.. C. C..C. At .9)4 69 TO" :i 108 84 200 7.700 "3100 ,-2,30u 209 8,300 8,200 JeraeyCeiitraL 8.5 108 85)i Mor.AKssex . 107 3 107 84 bet S Uuuson Bo Sutro Tunnel W.,St L. A P do preferred., Kansas A Texas.., Iron Mountain... Illinois Cent 43Jii . 57j , lOli 44 my, 44 68 107 43 6 43k 3 69 44 58 107 66 106 '4 mi Clles. aud Ohio..... uy4 21 23 LotiisvilleA Nauii. 162 161 162!i 16.1 Ar.iona.. Total shares reported sold . Ollered. tBid. JKx-div. Political Botes. Election next Monday. The Democracy of the Third Ward will hold a meeting this evening at 7 o'clock, on the corner of Franklin and Sycamore streets. All are expected to be n hand. In the Kiclith Ward yesterday the Demo crat nominated John Russell for Council and Michael Tunn for Constable. Thomas J. Mnlvilnll, the undertaker at Seventh and Sycamore streets, is a candi date for re-electp.n as Alderman from the 8econd District, Every one should vote for him, as 10111 has been a faithful Alder man, regular at the mee tines of the Hoard and watchful of the city's Interests. Dr. 8. W. Craig, nominated by the Re publican Ciiy Executive Committee for Council, in the Sixth Ward, has declined. The Hamilton County Republican Work innmen's Club will meet at Vogel's Hall, Elm street, opposite Music Halt, this even ing, for permanent organization. The Conference Committee appointed by the Republican and Democratic Executive Committees agree to rep rc that the ap pointment of Judges of Election be made on the basis of tiie election for Mayor April 7th, 1879, with the following, result: Ward. Rep. Dem Ward. Rep. Dem 1 Ward-A 13 Ward-A... B. 11 Ward-A. B 15 Ward A.., B.., 16 Ward A ... B... 17 Ward-A.., B.. 1 Ward-A.., ' . B 19 Ward A .., ' B.. 20 Ward-A... B... 21 Ward-A.., B... .... 1 B., . " C. .. D 2 Ward-A. B. 2 8 Ward-A 2 " B 1 " C 1 4 Ward-A 1 B " C i Ward-A B t Watd A B , Ward A B 8 Ward-A B t Ward-A C. 22 Ward-A 2 . 1 B 23 Ward-A.... " B.... 24 Ward-A.... B.. 25 Ward.......... , 2 10 Ward-A 2 ... 2 ... 2 ... 2 . 2 Si B. U Ward-A 2 B 2 12 Ward A 2 B 2 Total. 77 Mr. Fred. Pflester Is the Republican Can didate for Council from the Twenty-Fourth Ward. He has been omnnected with the Stock-yards for twelve years and is known as a man of capability and intelligence, one who would do honor to the position. His election would be a credit 10 ths ward. Karriag Lioentea, Thefollowing marriage license have been imped since our la renort: Anton Ltel and Lena Ppaeth. Anton BaertiCh and Kat ' Buhmitlen. Clifford A. Grayson and Sarah A. Ward, Fied. Kuhlman aud Annie Meiers. , The Head-Clubbers. Ottcer John O'MAlley, of ths Sixth District, was this morning dismissed from the force. James KeUv, of the Fourth District and James McLean, of ib Seventh, war suspended for drunkenness. The Columbia M. E. Church will be re opened for services to-morrow, the pastor, Rev. C. T. Crum, preaching in the mprninu and ths Rev. M, M. Kuegler, former pastor of ths church, in ths evening. The Sab- bath-so 100I nests at 2:30 p. m. A cordial Unvitation is extended to these services. The Interior, with its handsomely paiuted walls and varnished seats, presents a pic ture that Is pleasant to the eye. The friends of ths church will be glad to know that the cost of the painting has been provided for. A car-load of animals for the Zoo, in cluding beautiful specimens of zebras, jaguars arid monkeys, has reached New York on the steamer Wesser and will be forwarded to this city at once. I a ? i3 1 1 I IE 88 I I 1? WIDOWd" HOME FESTIVAU To-day the Last Day and To-night the Last Eyenin;.Cutiuned Success. Crowds of equipage thronged the street above and-below and opposite the Music Hall last night and Use street car were packed to suffocation. The rush to the ticket-office wse simply Immense. Inside the crowd was more dense than on any former occasion, the toilets were more elegant and the purchase of the rare and beautiful ob jects more spirited.- At 9 o'clock, when the con cert of the Thomas Occhestra, which bad been kindly volunteered by the great maestro, began, the floor of the Main Ball about the booth and bazars was literally packed, the galleries were filled aud hundreds thronged ihe corridors and doorways. Mr. Tuomas' (election of mnsic was an admir able one and the attentive crowd clustered about the front of the stage mid listened to ilia exquisite instrumentation with delight Further back the surguni masses of people com ing and going and struggling forward to hear pre vented auv enl. vment of the delicious strains. 8uch music a Mr. Thomas, with hi wonder! ully. vaiueu orcnestra prouuet-s, is ouiy sunea 10 a seated audience, ana to such the delightful melo dies move almost to eotasy. What Mr. Thomas' feelings must have been last evening while bis orcbenira was playing iu a babel of such propor tions we have no means of knowing, but to a lover of such exquisite mnsic. such a the pro gramme gave, ii was akin 10 torture to have the delicate harmonies drowned amid the chatter about the booths, the scuffling feet, and the rustle of drapery as the waves of people surgea to and fro. '1 0 those who could bear, however, the music waamagniBcent. Financially considered the Fair Is a success Up to last evening the total receipt foot up lo the neighborhood of f 15,000, and a vast quantity of Ihe stock yet remained unsold, although some of the booths were almost denuded. At some of the stands, for instance, nothing whatever re mained. The Avondale Booth had, we believe, the honor of having effected the largest tales of any np to last evening. The I).. 11 Booth looks deserted. The attractive waxen creatures and most of the homely substan tial ones as well, nave departed, along witn their trousseaux, ana their tidies, ami their wagons, and their abawla, and powder boxe and tooth- prusnes. The Widows' Home booth was cheerful with the comely matrons in charge of it little parlor; the paper booth yet hell out it smiling allure ments; the art bootn it treasure gatheied from so many remote placeB; the candy booth yet yielded its sweeut, aud the cigar stands their narcotic al lurements. In the Oriental Bazar the Mexican. Jananese and Spanish cariosities still attract: tne beverage that chee but not intoxicates still rains iu am brosial streams. To the cur ous the Japanese pic ture boons with thri llng adventures of giants and m insters and military chieft iins and fat Al dermen and tigers and things still charm, and the moral printed at tlieelose is conducive largely to pious meditation amid the bewildering hourls who wander under the suspended lanterns and embroidered tapestries. The pyramid of flowers remains, and the sale of cut flowers was augmented vesterdav by a gener ous donation sent to the Indies py Mrs. rres aeut H.yes. Miss Neilsnn kindly losned the flower piece presented her Thursday afternoon, at the b-nefit of the Elks, at the Grand Opera-house. This was a miniature castle in wh te immortelles, irom a oaicony 01 wnicn aescenaea a rope laiiaer, where Juliet descends to R.imeu np in a bank where roses and lilies are seen like stars, and where "iNellson" is seen in letters formed of the florets of double scarlet geraniums. Mr. ppibasci makes anothev liberal donation to tills Deoartment of rosebuds, aud Mr. Crltchell of lilies of the valley. ine attractions ior tnis attemnon win oe an ex tra concert by the Cincinnati Orchestra and the "children's Maypole dance," This will take place on the stage at 8 o'clock, and will be part o Ipated In by seventy-five children. The May- Queen, with her attendants and the merry dancers about the pole, will form a sight pleasing to both y.'una and old. Tne "smitn r amuy" win give a matinee mis afternoon directly alter the conclusion of the May p-ile Dance. The regular evening concert wi'lbe- g.n at 8 o'clock, and an "extra heavy" one is an nounced at o'clock, alter which "Mr. J. Bmltn will auction on the stock of the country store. An attractive musical programme will be pre set) tea in is aitemoon ana evening. The Fair doses to-night at 10 o'clock. THE COUKXS. STJPKBIOB. R C. Cammsck azainst the C, H. & D. R. R a suit to recover S25.O00. The jury disagreed and were discharged. It was stated they stood 9 for the plaintiff and 3 for the deiendant. PBOBATB. Th will of Catharine Wilhelm was admitted to probate, COMMON PLEAS. The case of Frank fox against James Csmey was called up to-day, aud will be decided on Monday. George Beck, who some days ago leaded guilty of breaking into a C, H. ft IX R. R. car, was sentenced by Judge Moore to one year hi the Penitentiary, FOLIC. Drank John Kennedy, continued; Mabel Clark, Henry Rtt. 10; Mollis Kestini, Fannia Price, 2"i ; Susan Sullivan, Maagle Gallagher, Hi Henry Secgers, Henry Keller, 10 days. Disorderly Conduct Herman Kettne, William Keltue, Ed. 8t. ckman, Fred, rtockman, dis missed: Peter Heiter. John Meehan, continued: J. C. Smith, Q. B. Wtlson, S25. Miscellaneous Klisa J. Adams, assault ana bat tery, dlsui ssed; Henry Loose, fame, $10; Henry Brown, same, continued; John Flshef, same, continued; Jas. Counellv, petit larceny, dismissed; B -echi-r Hoard, sa ne. $15: Michael Hoar, Joseph Wessel, Thus. Donnelly, same. House of Refuge; Peter White, suspicious character, continued; Emma Campbell, practicing trick games, oomin ued; Elia Finn, grand larceny, bound over; Mar garet Brady, VHgraucy, KoO-30. Death Reoorfl. The following deaths have been placed on record since our last report: Infant Drake, 21 hours, city. Lillie Nichols, 11 months, city. Philip J. Weber, 2 months, city. Martin Burns, 6 years, city. August Hild, 1 year, city. Amelia Meyer, 88 years, citr. John Hendricks. 2 years, citv. Edward Buegel, 10 years, city. - Rose Kearney, 46 years, Ireland. William MoAvoy, 60 vears, Ireland. Catlu Altenseliulte, 58 years, Germany. Nicholas Steinmetz, 37 years, France. Eva Bulsar, 8 years, United States. Ccanty Commissioners. Th Commissioners held a regular meeting to day. Captain Thomas H. Hunt acted as Secre tary. A communication from Engineer Jewett as to the ext:a fill at Terrace Park was received and filed. The bills of the Assessors and assistant were otdered paid. The weekly pay-roll was approved. Thirty days ' additional time was given to L. Schreiber & Son to make the change in the Treasurer's new office in the Court-house, Adjourned. In the Police Court this morning the case against Eliza J, Adams was dismissed. Miss Adams is still confined at the Home of the Friendless, but as soon as she recov ers she will be sent home, Margaretha Engel brought suit in the Superior Court today against Jacob T. Loercher to recover $10 003 damages for breach ot promise of marriage. FOBTY'SIXTH U0SGRESS, ' SSSATE. ''.' WASHWQTOrT, April 2. A bill was re ported back from tu Bpecial Committee amending the charter of the Freedman's Bank, together with a report of the restil s of the Committee of Investigation. Placed on the calendar. On motion of Mr. Pendleton the Benate disagreed to the amendments of the House to a bill amending the Census Act, and k conference committee was appointed t ier on. The bill introduced on Thursday by Mr. Cockeril, of Missouri, to establish a line ot mail steamers to Brazil was read the sec ond time and referred to the Committee on Piwt-offlces and Post Routes. The Senate proceeded to consider (ha private calendar, after which the bill ratify the agreement with the Ule Indian wax taken up and discussed, but witimnt action 011 it tue Senate went into executive) session. Adjourned until Monday. norjst. Washihotok, April 2. The Star Postal , Route Deliciency Bill, with Benate amend ments, was resumed in Committee of the Whole. The Senate amendments wer finally agreed to. The motion to concur in this action by the House was adopted and tne bill passed as it came from the benate. . Adjourned, the session to-morrow to bt for debate only. Kentucky Lieiriaiasiure. Satlonul Associated Proas to the Star Frankfort, April 3. The Senate passed Hon bill to nineud an act to charter he Oi.y of haw . port (Cieuling Judicial Dbtricus.) A bill for the benefit of Joiin Walker of Boon County. Tue House passed Senate bill to regulate th advertising of real estate under execution sale lor State and county taxes, sale under decree and judaments, delinquent lists, and the com pensation tnerefor. A bill to authorize the election of a Po'.ic Judge, Town Manual aud five Trustees for Ui Town of Petersnurg. Boone County. A bill to incorporate Bracken Creek Turnplk Roud Company, in B ai-seu C unty. WKST OY1G j ON, KIT. Mr. Hester has been appointed nig! watchman of the U. rj. ware rooms. Miss Mary Light, of Light Hills, was vl itinjj her friends in West Covington yester day, Mr. Charles Wise was visiting in West Covington yesterday. He leaves for Louis ville Momlav. All tnose interested in the new Building Association will be on hand next MOndu' evening at the Town Hall at 8 p. m. - Social Pleasure In Old. A are. New York Times J Sir Arthur Helps asserts, in one of hit instructive essays, that a capacity for social enjoyment increases with years. uy wjuiai eiiiuyiiittiiii is uieiiiH an agree able interchange of ideas amid materj il comfort, and, where possible, elegance. In this country what has been termed "society" has, until guile of lute yenrs, existed almost exclusively for young tin married people, and as soon as the rubi con of marriage was reached their society davs were held to be oyer. There haa undoubtedly been some improvement in' this re-ipect, but mill the tact U not sufficiently recognized that ociil lifa, rightly understood, is quite as agreeable) to people of forty as to those of twenty four. The change which has, during the part two years, taken place is not at all for the better as reg.irdB older people we mean me ueciuie 01 evening visum? ty men. A tew years ago tim was quite a pleasant feature of New York winter life. Men intimate with a family "hap pened in," and fell into the talk going on around the hearth, thus affording soci ety without the slightest eff.irt ir, we may add, expense. It is alleged that this pleasant custom has fallen into desue tude, to the regret of many, by reason t a habit wh ch has crept in of havintr ax . up-etairs sitting-room. As a conseq uenco the dr iwina-room, instead of being bright and cheery in the evening, is- unlit and desertod. The miserable visitor, sliown into the dreary apartment, and wailing' while the servant lights it up and goes to announce him, rotes the whole thing ghastly, and vows he won't be there again in a hurry. It is true that if he is intimate with . the family he will be ushered up-stain in due time to the domestic sanctum, but that is a very different thing to being shown at once into a pletsant apartment full of family life. These up-stiir re treats are very good for morning rooms, but in the evening people should live in their drawing rooms, which otherwise get that dreary, never-live J-in,, company ap pearance which we associate with the best parlor of a farm house. Tiiece up stairs rooms have sent m my men to club and billiard saloons who would other wise have been enjoying their time in a pleasant family circle. The Aft of miracle Is past, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will not raise the dead, will not cure you if youi lungs are half wasted by consumption, of tout sysicm sinking under earner .us disease. It is, however, unsurpassed both as a pectoral and al. teraiive, and will cure bstinate and severe dis ease of the throat and lui'gs, coughs and bron. cniai anecuons. ny virtue 01 us wontientii alter ative properties itcleanses and enriches the blood, thus curing pimples, blotches and eruptions, and causing even great eating ulcers ti heal, Sold py aruggista. Med. SWEENEY At the residence of his parents, M Lock street, this morning t 5:.0 o'clo.-s, m. t. Sweeney, aged 22 years, 2 mouths, and IS days. Fnneral Monday mornun, April o.h, at X:m O'clock. Requiem mass at H Xnvier's Churcn. STEAMBOAT v EKTioKMlCNTc. For PomeniT. THIS DAY. 3d, at P. M. POSITIVELY, POTOMAC, James Kiraar. Ms ter. Freight received stall hour on WharfboaU foot of Broadway. W. Honshell, 8upt For Pomerov. MONDAY. 5th. tS P. M POStTIVELY, OHIO Mo. 4. . Levlsay, Master. Freight received at all hours OB IWhxrfhnaL frwvft nf Ttrnariaru. W Honshell, Superintendent For Hniitlneton. THIS DAY, 3d. at 4 P. M. POSITIVELY. The a AO. R. 8. packet FLEKTWtK)t J. T. Campbell, Master. Freight re ceived at all hours oa Wharfboat, foot of Broadway, W. Honshell, Superintendent For Huntington. SUNDAY, 4th, at 4 P. M POSITIVELY, Th O. AO. 1 R. packet, BOSTON A. Isaac urysou, Master, p reigni reeaivw at all hour en Wharfboat, foot of Broadway. W. Honshell, BuBerititendent. For Mrmphif. SATURDAY. 3d, at 5 P. M POSITIVELY. . CONS. MILLAR, W. C Tichenor, Mas "Ier. Apply en board, or to Jam s a Wise, Supt, Na 13 Public LandiiK, For New Orleans. " SATURDAY. 3d, at S P. M.. POSITIVELY, ' OOLDEN CROWN. E. L. ShlhkK Ma- i ier. ror irergnt or passace apply rf 'board, et to Royse & Mosset, Agwita, For fcVw OrloaiiM. TUESDAY. Wi at f P. M.. PtWITJVELT, Xl' WI.UEB uity. J. D. Heeler, Mawee For freight or phssaira h!v o . lvianl 'or to Roys & Mussel