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CUE CINCINlf ATI DAILY STAR, WEDNESDAY APltlLt 558. laau.
tei cnrcnnr&Ti suit KAMIX OncmiriTi. Aarfl 281 p. it. FLOOR AMD BRAIN. 1 nmit tsqulct una iteady. Family IS 2085 40. Fancy brandt 7598 a, and patent spta Wl M per krL Extra at ft goftt K. Superfine IS f 4H. low pf993 4pilKl. JMre flout Mpt04 7frprbcl. '. Oa quiet and steady. Wnlleirrat380 fm prime to otwitce, uxl saixeU ,iil3Se par km. Bariey firm and light offerings. Fall at WAittc for good to choice. Spring tb&lbc per bu. ztra Jio. 8 tall sold at (lie. ' rnrm mimtf - Mtxwt abatled No. 1 at 41A41KO. Mixed ear at 4143c, and a choice lot reported SokdalMa While ear icarM at 45c. Wheat iteadT aud aeieti Ma 3 red In elerator MVH and choice u II IK Amber at $1 lliitl 15 goodtoeholee. Inferior down to tl, a to quali ty. Sal of H 1 red ipot at tl 15. . y b Dm and quiet and prime te ehoioe at U eloper bu. . - , ' raovftot, tent i quiet end Heady with current-make Itaam at 7o per pound. Boh pork in moderate demand and iteady at !10 25Der barret . Bulk meat quiet and iteady. ftbooMera 4rjt 4.06a Bhort iib nu.es at .lo6.2w per w, loose. Huron steady. Shonldert tQh9to. clear rib 6M974c. aua Clear sidtd at vt9'"a per m. AiMumMul hams In fai eruianmDfive do maud at OaiOc. aa to brand er name, and snouluors lit 596Cpei lb, can rased ana p&ckea imrmiK. tf.ri.a1 nifTfff HfvV 7.67A hole. Receipts 326 bales. Shipments 41 bales. The local quetattoii .are as follows: uruiuary, vi; uuu ihuuui, lOV.i tow mKMKnt, M4c; dWn, 11H good middling, llc; middling tan, 12tfui lau. l ift pat peuuu. wmcirr. The market Is iteady and fairly active, and lalot at ft 05 per gallon. eaucsaisft. Coffee iteady and ouiet with Rio at Ufl402Oc for common to fancy; inocnn, maxio, W"?! lAl4aiXi; Java. 25ra28c Dcr ib. Molasses: Demand fair and market steady Hi 4oa67c rot New Orleans and oO0VOe lor maple tvtub ner ealton. Rice is in Mr demmd and Heady at VAQfit far Oueltn and 70?4 " iouiataua pes pound. 8ntwr quiet and moderate demand with New Orleans at IMUSiia. and white clarified at v. mute. set lh. Yellow refined tAiMHHs: ex trm t: A white. OhMae'Ar.: zrauutattd and powuerea, IOittjluc. trained litifi, and cot mscKM.ANsorjs. Bark in fair demand ana steady and teniae at 113 dot oora for prime ertettrrai cei Bran owlet at tt perion. Bhiprtuflfeatttf CB 018. Middlings at 1923 per ton, ail on rival. Henna are in fair demand and Iteady. Common atTAAMMoi fair to ootl at tl 10'xl 25 and nrime to oboice navyi tl 4091 W, aud 10fl)15o , higher ra I tore Butter: The demand la lair with liberal re ceinls. Market quiet and steady. Prime to (haimAaiiTailgftrjnetma extra arfectioUB field gjato mere by tke si iigle package. Medium grades t 1491l0, ana luienir at iwgias per iu. Creamer at zmizh per m Broom corn is qniet and ileaily' at flreylorw wlCf We quote: Red brush at 4flHHe; rwt tipped at 59oc: green walk tuaid, 6yi. and til ri at 7(9 pei iu. . . Bfrj in fair demand rind IMady (tt fhef'mrri Jnp Burlaps, 4-brrshet, W4i J-bushel. 9 AlOct KUnnteR 2-buahel, 'A',(&bo;- resewed, V; double, 23c: cntton, seamless. Irei, 2K2ie; MMlS do. 2Mftla eachj wool bassv l'i45c each. Bnaeing; Murket firm and quiet. No qiliitubfo change in prices. Fl.t at Wo fur 4 lMf fOJo for SW lb, and lojc foi2)i lbper yurrt. Jmeatmut ic higher Uinn flax. Iron etitten tiea tit w bundle. Beeswax: Detrinml Mtf and market iteady. Prime yellow at 20c per lb. Brooms lft rnorlSTiife stcnYty rtefrlsi'id, at tfrt V lowing: Common at tl fl!'2 00; Shaker and hurl, ftf Wra; HeafltbwKi t iiftfllH 2frwr dnaen.- Caiidliis in fair demand and steady and quoted: Star 12(9l'jrC and common lallow 10J.jlle per pctrfrd'. Cooueraee Is in fair demand nnrl steady as followa: Flour-barrels. 2.WJ)Wtoi poYy barfetk, BAA 70c; do half barrels, !(: larrf tierce, 8i , 6(i: ham tierci 45ic; sla.:k hhds, tl 25fflr 36 bsff nhdW. 95804': htky barrels; si tton ftbfp4 tl 2691 30, ami lard neun. 2rra30c each. Coopers'' Sttfif: fibrriaild moderate" and rfWrk'et qTBBIi4n(sfed), Welqifirto: 3lack-barr poles, fc(98; Ustht-barrel poles, HtiU: hothead poles, fXH&Mt per Karre stems.- tlr2oi Ndnannu Staves, $16(820 per M. Coke quiet at 8c for Gns-house, 9c for crushed at yardSj. and 2o mors delivered per bni . ' Cordage Is firm and quiet. We'tfu'dttf (tt tS" 14Hc for mnnilla, VbgUtfp fur sisal, aud 9Dc perlb. fnf Jute.- ' Coal steady and quick We quote the following delivered to consumers: Yonghioxheny, 11c: Kan awlia, 10(811 e: Hockine VaTle arlil MusTfiflKuitV, liai2c; Campbell refk, llc Ohio River, 9 We per bu, and anhraitS t6 2C6 Wplir tott! Cheese is steady and quiet at 1112c per lb Wprtrawto'elioice factory, , .,, .. Cnflnn vatns Quiet. We quote: Battinir, tiA 16c; pound yants; 24 caVpet Warp, while. aOf-h do, coiorea, aw: coverlet warp, mh: iier iu, tow rorM 20e VWliie, 21if24c, aiKreadlewick,24c ner lb. Eegrinfalr demand- at 9e per doeea atid theL market Meauv. Fruits: IcmonariflleTilt $4(96 per box. Oramrei1 ftfawpWirrrpprvand-selling-at tW-- Valen cia, per case, 4'85 for Heasina, per box. Apnles' at $4(5 per brl. Dried apples, 78c and peaches' atB49cperlb: , ; PeatHeWsr steady! and' quit, with" pfrme rive' tfeew t 45o per ll viiiM h.advrki oniet ana' dVrftand mftflpmte. 4xtra mess maekereT. So; ! largt: di -te9: 16: No. 1: medium: luso(BHt; not l rarv ao, fi0(10: No. 2 medium do. f. aoriss; no. larae.i tlMlBO; No. meaium,,Bi8BS0 perWii-plckSad salmon, tiaais 6i per D'i; iipner iai(e nernmc, t8754; lower do. 83 50(99 7tj ik half- brl: m V lierriiiK, M&Me per box: codllsli. 4'4:tr'V4o pei lb; sardines. oUarter boxes; fl2 MQld pti caw; aud Mb cove ojrste"s'60c(el' per do i itider art onlet nd stearic t tK fol- oifms: Green, T(9So! wot sniwdi. W dVy rtcd. lliaMc:- Hint; KW79. do iacn; sncareo ao ioigvu. ' ,i:.,i,l r1il imit itllvrtri olM'rti'.. ubte prime to oholep timothy at' t!S'80ar) for1 lot pr6ssd;Jf!n"d' 50e(tl ntote for Ko. f rbose, ief ton. Medium grades at tV(91t, and- common f Hemp irr rnoueran' aemauu nnir siemiy; ivougn ferintucky' at r60170 per toil on: arrival; Dressed it 1213o for Mie, and 1H tyts for" dd'abfe. Bops are stea)y ind quiet; ud selling At 38c Or lb tor prime Eiftem. iron fs quiet ajrtehrjy pi ftfil.i mrmtVis, langWg Rock cliarcnnt Ho.-1, 587: Haniinn tocg- i?a. 2; igr.l6: do-, mlir, i8 tiOiJtD 90: foutn'erii' cnVtrcoliT. tiff. t. ttBRjtSt do. mill'. I0 it32; stone-coal and ?"ke, No. 1 Neutral, t4rt:i5j 1.0 No. 2 rfeittittl. rOTttl fln milf neutral. - tBld 13; no io; rsorir fowtariwr' no iwnf wiwi, 929: Ctfheelr Hsntfing Rock. Wmm i Wirrfnerr. I5S 00S 0 per ten. Wrought i-rrm: ifcmmoA' bat .iron per lb. 3f.20o: elrarcoai Wir Wn lh J.ir. j;t!;c..jIi;ai bOH, KO. If ,U 27 nbr Ify, 4.209M0c; sheeMMru enarooau .Not. 10 ttf 27, per Ib, 5.W99H0W Lctfifn faff dcmairt rtr gteftd ft I rrllow i Ifie Pie reaf at w, twr 77Mc.' Lesd bipe' tcstieetlcsd-svisff fet iw. - f leather tt frflf dcmtiid'ahrt th rhaA sfe'Ariv; hat ie' st0m . pef n: hawoci ifcwniio) harness teather, jmuc: ronm Harness, mitsta Iktrtine 6. 0rtH per W; .bMdre lertner,- t4ti6 per rtoir Ktaeriita kip, 65fll7..o per lb: Frencfl do, 90081 25; American oalfskins, 80ctl 101 trench iP K1 cn(t u1 '"Wwr, agd 22c per foot . . . ; Nuts in moderate demand m follows:. Almonds) nmvei pecan' lO&Dife tJlrytrfV,: ti&Hcr Brazil ffiffiP WarT'ie: an'S Knflh wtfmuti 12ttkS per lb. C icoanuts t 75fi4 per hundred. fa'vrtl stbrqsr Spirit tnrpenttn eit arVft. easy Hfps'fete rf& Knii. in mnrtnnit dnmand and the market -wrtH foO W WJ selfirii t 75f4W per lraa Oil MTMectf or! t 806 per gaon.i, Rr-Hne petroleum at 9ffl9c t 8Mtidrd oils and 15xf jsc fof headlixht Lard oil, current make', at 0B8S.1JC ner gnuou. ' Pelrts Ml rnodefatff rtoiid trij qWeti Pflmli Vicho1ee' Vtrgtriiliat 5(t)5)Jc, Tennessee at 4(J c ftr red; etM 4(jfc far Wflite' pef fb, ' , r'otgtoW: Staflet te.d atid rjfifefc rfyMst a( SfJSJWc, rid peacftbtevf At m , ldoAe. ett strtval Hew PftuUoes t 12 tog TtAf KpI Poiittr if m (bifjf lillf rMipti. ilv cMlckens ajj t2 M)(:tr Moid,-and flSH' Ml for Ifpriug chick ens per dor.en. Ducks at 12 0002 25 per doaen. Turkeys uomluaL EETUTW OT Powaer Fair demand at tBAC .V) for rifle stanil- rd, and U Daa 16 tot Mining per keg, ftanin ami'e snneiv andmoderaat demaad. White cotton at and Mixed 4a atlH a 2V per In, Woolen at 12013c for soft aud lij t He lor com inwu per l n, Scrap ' Iron: Demand moderate and market weak. ftor cast at soeank wrought scrap at WOlKiOper bundled peuada. Biarca la In fair demand and neadv. corn at Hr4o, peart r"Sl gluai 6Ha7e pet ib kuSMliad fatedamanrL Vamllv atta 4c, olive H9Ho, amtQeraan to par lla Salt: Ohio stiver and Kanawha tl 15 per small barrel, and tl 70 for lane barreL Turk's Island M46e. per b&, anil coarse Liverpool at tl 'AN i x per sack. Seed : Hnncerien ansa at 11. and German millet t0eetl per bu flax teed In demand at tl 1 Wpetbo. ... ,. Tallow aulot and ataaAv. Wa enota country at c and eity at 6c per lb. Tinners' stock: Moderate trade' and tteaoy. Zino slab, THe: vrteet. 9'-,t9c; block tin, 273 HHc: atder 16Icj eoppes lugota, lee; bottoms, 8c; bnulen sheets, S49HM per lb; tin plate, t V. ti"25il 75 and IX tl'i 2512 75 per boa. Vegetables: Cucnulben at 409500 per dor.en. t'abbaire tn lair demand at tow pt crate. Peas attl$l 25 dot bn. orate. String bean at tl 35(3 1 60 per bu, WooonTvwaw Talr Inula n.t MUfkM (IliMt Watli boards, H 4ti2 75 1 hmiketa. two-Heap, IT 90 9 3: do, tnret-noork ti Ui 2ft: turn, Bo. K t 5009; Ne.Z.tt 90; Ka. 3, tt 30(97: nesW of eight, t 25 ehunu, Na 1, te50; S 2, 97 tUfSSt aad Mo. , to S097 per dotea. Wool: The market la nominal, the redeints beiug tee light to eetablieh quotations, TOBACCO. Tfie offerlfiiri of leaf tobacco at the auetfen warehouses to-day we e 265, hodsheaus aud 2 boxes, at the following prices: - M hogsheads and two boxes Mason County, Kerrtnckv hWn at ttl'i: 7 hhds new 6 hhds at tt 75, 15 at t97 40, f at t9'' . W tl014 75. 1 at tl5(J19 80; 2 boXes at SO 75, 45 lindeKr wu C.nnvy, Ohio, new 4 hhde at 13 'i)(5( at 0 tOm 95k at tx t08 0. 21 at iOQ 4H 75, M at tl5rosItf 60: 1 at ill). S5 hhds new Owen CYmnty, Kdrrtncky 2 nfias at tl 30( 3,., 6 at t6(i)7 85, 7 at t8 309 80, 16 at tMN15 75, 4attl5CS125. 02hhilsnew Pendleton County, Kentucky 17 hhds Mt )(f4 li tU at 9HeJ7 DO, 12ai tt 2fetKk W at t!0tl4 75. 7 at tlal8 75. 0 hhds new Bonne Munty, Kentncky 1 khd at ti 10, 2 at t! Wttl? 65. t at Ml 14 1$. 16 hhds new West Virginia 8 hhde at tt 204 4 m. 2 at 17 507 85, tat l t&aa 25, tattlO 25 314 tt. I2hhda new Eastern Ohio 9hidi atfS Q 1 80, at K W 60. t at t9. rUIAwClAk. . taaATl. April 282 P, U. lastcrn exrhanee is steady and In fair de mand at par buyinir to 1-10 premium selluiav Sterling firm and demand fair. Sight dntfMat at my,, so day Dills at H so per pound sterling. Tne fullnwiiiK are tie local buying and aflluig rates for Government Bonds Buying, etltlne. As of 1KXL 5sof 18H1.,. tXsof 1801, of 1901,. MM.tmnM.Xli72 itl4 'i ........107 Kff!2 Tne following are tne opening end the lids u. m. quotuMOne of tne New otk Bxenaime asrecMted by Lea,8terrettUot, J West Third W. U. 'Mewrawa., 1100 P. M . 1055. ; 105 A. at f. TelesjrMn.. Pacific uatlu..,.,n Adams F,pres.,.. rf.,.,.. Wells, Farta, Kxnreta.... mericau Ksorea.,......... b. S. KiXOfsaSt.,.n. N. Y. Contra! .auM. .,....... . Delaware Icc... ....,.. Gite...,..M,,.,.M...., ............... Kfie pr'!l9yred.,M,M,,..M,M C, C & a, ' C,.,,MMMn.,MM,n,., Iake dfiNyre,v.rt. ClevelaO A PlttilBnra........ rlorthwesterir com Nortnwemeru oreietren. ...... RoWt XsHiKT. ,....,...... St. faul common , Stv- Paui weierreo Ohroer sunsitrp'.,..,-..k4...-.r do Dreierred Bnii'Faoiito..,. Hannibal di.-it.joe do preferred MUMtftrr Centrain,bM Heaplm: ,,... C;.c:f.o?i...l.......:.,.....,iirt.... lersey (Scaii!rai.-.v.r .a..a,.... Mortis sek ......... tiewar At Hinl-ioti. ..v Wabash & Pacific Wubu.sn & I'lieHloV (.referteiv Knnmf A 'l'rnr.....3....m Iron MMiiiralu' wv;..vi Illinois Ceniral . Louisville NawivlUe ......... Ktfisks Pacinc . (UniMiiieakii & Ohio tl 12S4 85'4 mi m- 42H 5 107 4 8" 7H 87 84 71 yt 75 .7 16 'S 07 108 87i S.1 71 ; 89i : 6154 7 1 4? 105 138 185 2 Central ik Ariaona....'. runereo at, BlC . ; u. , . im Hew York Btoog Sepon. TeolMwinsra'ribwV tne rantd ok AwitkttHrft and theamoitut uf sales to-day at the New 1'ork BtttrJX Etchartge.ift lisceived riy bea, Uterretldt Co., a west 1 iiira street; ; I S'.M,??A'! 17 700 27,200 rHiTinc Jian h Adams Exoress.... Vells. Fargo Ex... Amerl'nArixona, Del.. L. A vVeat.. ... teV &it tf- Krle Railway 42 V. J 42 tw 6m. 10,400' do preferred..... 6fr on C.i Gt&L C. 14?4 15 1,600' L 8miM....l...... JIT7 Clev.APitu. 113 wrm 11354 K0' 10,401)' - lOO1 . ;v..ii.' 23,700' "tlooo': 4.3M 4,41X1 Northwestern....... VTj. fin rral......i lmt'X 93 ny, w, -u... T08JA i. .. . . . . j . " I' Koct lsianu. ...... ......Tl9 ' TP 71 mi ..i.fm. 84)4 83 84 W 72?S, 724 mi 87. 87!4 St. Paul. 77H db' preH..!. Ohio 4 Miss......... do preferiwilf Snton Pacioo..... an.43t..M' . -do ireferreot.. MfcB'.eitrl, i 71 71j ft 71' mi 904 ffilr 90 8fo 64 60 60 W, .ft , 74 7' Chicago k Alton... C.'C. C tf ....u "W 101) 8,;io Jersey Central.., Mor.At Ksset..... Hel. AI Uuttsoir, 80 toy, 7 79 Sutro Tunnel........ W.,8tl P..v.u do preferred..., Kansas A Texas... Inih Woiniufln... 8J4 89', 38, mi ' ftlfhU 8U 67 " 671 66' iff .70O 85" 8rAf Mii mA f4,7lW h mi 44 49j W.tiOO' UiisVilleANTdij 135 1T 169 13 iMIk Ches. and Ohio, BlinoiCent..A . imy, wt iutt KHt A IIW..'.:,.,..U MauhaitaU total shares reported sold , GflerelI. fin fKix-div. 370,600 ernoinwm trve' twalt Barfet. CINCIlfMATt. Ajrif 282 p". fi. j The following are tlfe reeelp&Aad shipments at live sUKik fof the past 24" hounr: ReMnttt, Shipments.! Cattle.A.j.v 1023 443 hoct...,.;u..'. J5 1mi Snp,.-,.ft..,...-..'.i....A.....v.v. e3 ' ) RO'GfMA6Wve tnd flf, wWrreW M 4 10. fV to gord fitrht at t4 25(4 60, fair tu good pacriffng tt 15(4)4 46, aud Mh-ct butchers' af t4 50(a)4 70 per gross. cArTirUMArkrMfeftf rlscflt fffm frf good grades. Common at tii2 50, fxfr fo medf nt S t-'7'W; (rrTt-reri(fleelrt 7514 4t, fait to good shipping at tf(04 "5 per cental gfoss. 8HEEP-ltlfet Jfrnr arid Mtive. We qnotel Common 'o fair at f3 50i4 75, And sbo4 ftf Choice at tamper' etii1 ireta. Boston, jitrft it rlmt sjteadr and flrmi Westeru uoorrlue. 86 25(9675: d,mmon extras, tt 6t .WlsBoVrmn extra. MH w- Mlmii-aot do, 54504760;' winter wheit OliiO Aid Michtgaoj 77 60; Jllinoif And IrNtiana, WW 75: 8ti Urirtt t7 2696- fh WraoMisrn and MinnesotA pawn! patxmi spnn wheat, $7 7Mf 5S: witttef Whent 17 W9. . Corn auleK eW, 63ltQj Oati qui Hoi 1 arm extra whit 24os wd i white) w5Q!: Not 8 muted and Mo. 4 waita. 4919oi fiye,aoifc: . , . , , j . rnn-i, i. A lan ' , . : : frrt.r)ttJ Aartt -.Wllejll ltrnn AnrlL ft tit May, tl MMt June, tl ti . Ciaiiateedy. No. 2, 86Hla pais iteady: No. 2, mitt, , Myt iteady: No. 1, 71o. Barley firm; No. Ho. r ? CS ? cP as 1WKS lOdK.lHtVg 10; 41 4T W X1SXZT8 BT THZQSATH. ' WrxxrnovoB. April 28. Twpenttae apirtu steady at 86c Oswego. April 28 -Wriest steady. Com In light demand: Western muted. iTtgAae. CHauackAatil A-Wheat Maytl 14; Jrme, tl OofAc. Corn. May, SSc; Juue. t57c; July, WS Oats, May, &ix 8t. Louia Aorll 24. Wheat lower No. 3 red, tl 10; No. I, tlOi bid. Corn dull and lower: Ka 2, SS4s; iHe bid lye steady: Be. 2. 74a Dwrnorr, April 28. Ptoar dull Wbett easier, extra numtnal; No, 1 white, tl 23H; April, tl 20 Maj-, tl 20& June, tl It; mUling No. I nom- PtOMA April 28. -Corn Inactive and firm. High mixed, XM; No. 2, 34?4(aB5B. Oalalteady: No. 2 dh, 84)i Uyefirm; Ne. 2, 75c WhUky quiet at tt 06. Tolido, April 28. Wheat firm: No. 2 red Wabaan, tl 16; cash, tl 14; June, tl 04; July, tl 04, Com Sim: High mixed, 41ej No. 2, 38 XC. Oatalrm: No. 2, Jtc; May, 85c, v BaLTDfoaBi April at Wheat: close firm; mixed. Corn: low, spot, 58)4c; May, 47c; June. 40Kc; July, T; steamer, 45H- Wheat: spot, f2 May, lli!4; June, tl 19; July, tl 10, Dinvtiu. Tiap.. AprU2B -Ooww: Ordiaary mlddUng 11 Ho, aped mlddliaz llo, Wneat: Pancy fl 27. C!1"! l Bssdaai il 20(J1 22, low grades tlain. : Clkvei.amd. Aorll 28 Wheat: No. 1 red, 1 22; Kit a ml, II II: Nu, 3 red. II M N. 1 ml led, tl IS. Rye. 8588c Barley: Utate, 76(980c; West ern and Canada, 90ctl. Corn: High mixed, 47e; low mixed, tec; ear, ttic. Chioabo. Aoril 28.-Wkeat v. H 12; Jnoo, 109. Corn i May, 8e; Jntie, 359 w nariuy: casn, aoci extra nu, a, ozei ou. o, 58a, . Rie: essb, 74ca Oatst cash, iOVaO bid. Whisky: sales 400 brls at tl 07. Buffalo. Anril 2A Wheat neglected and nom- loallu nmihanaut fVlM Mtirtt ani atuativ? SO. 2 mixed Western at 42c. Oats steady: No. Western, 34Uc. Other grain neglected. .Canal frelghti Uu seiued, wheat shipped tt 6d to Mew York. , New Oai.EAHa Anril 28. Snaar active and firm: irnrxl nmnmoii. 7e: fair to aood. WMIVm: fully fair, 7c; prime, Vdi. Molassessteady: Fair,38 IOC; primA424'ie; cholce.60(Wc. Whisky: ChoiOS Uinciniistl, tl 0991 10; Western, tl06(l 08; Louit- vuie, i vim vs. Philadelphia, Aoril 28. Wheat dull and easier: Western, tl 2901 W; cant), tl 2i9t aa; May, tl 24al 25; June, tl 21ral 22. Corn firm: Western. Mc; cash, 50H51HC May, 48 tal e, June, 46i(i47t. Oawqtltet: Nov 3 White, Aorll, 460. Kyaduii; waetaru. aao. . PiTDfarito. Pa.. Anril 2.-Olt mnrtet Oil City. Onntei at aflkMrl lor aiL and doted at 72V.fi bid for old. Parker Ooened at 1Mns bid fin old, and closed at 71c bid; old oit'ured at tzyjt new rera -rviwrju suohnxv www Philadelphia Market ncftaogea a7ic. Indianapoi.is. April 28. Wheat owle Nro. 2 spot at tl WMi 13 cash. Corn lower: High mixed at 85(c; mixwt, 8iiSHe. oa stewty: Whiie, 32035c; mixed, 30931c, Rye iteady at 74a, bian; iiom, tieee aaaen raw 1 ri. nay: ns nn, tl'OI7pMton; Baled, tltM(31$ W, prairie, tt warn Prnsmmo, Anril 44. Gntlri: Vhsat firmer ett scotvt ef eharlgt M the Chicago market, and prices advanced 2c on choice red winter at tl 20 (S I il, medium aitri riSd 1 ftftt 18; rejected 1159950. Corn: Market and prices unchanged. uats quiet: receipts tair and ueinaua sieaay. dm knee of tne Unchanged, : I.ivgKPe'rt. Arrflf M.-rtfmr. 10(313 Whentt Winter, Uxtl 8dv Milwaukee, red, 10s SdSUs; California white, H 6dns 2d: California Club, ift ldrtilla 7d. Com. 5s9Vi,d. Pork 67s 6d. Beef. 76s: Biteom Umt clear, Sfis! short eTear. 37 lid. Lafd. mt 3d. 1 afkiw. 89S. (kitlnndull: Middling nniands, 7d: middling Orleans, 7 7-fl, gHletf M day balek, of whicn 1,000 bales are lor export and speculation. tcrpnlvfM Kt, Atrrlt 2. Fkrt, tieriiand lViooyraie, and the tone wa easy but there were no new features in any parwcnlar. ratent, wiw, cl)(W fancy, tdf 5ll platri fancyj fe 75CW; em, tt 60M.'i; A No. 1, tf 25A5- 50; extra tenniji t 7twfe- Wheats Prime to choice at SI lull 05. Corn: shelled at 40c for mixed,43t41c for wliit", ontreek or levee. Barley: prime fall at S0e porbit RydntSO. Ow were imchrflrigeo: mixed at 856 and white 8o fn bwlt or fivee.' Metw pork Ilomiim snd . rine hanged-Hacont- Shoniderg 41 chir rib sides t:5c, and clear sides .15c. lot'Se Bo Ik meats: Frrtly cftred ttHWlrJcwtB, e tear rib etdee- 6e, and erear tides ip, loose. Lard: Pr me leaf ai 8n. prime steiira ni,inlnnr, Rfnair-prfAid' trTektsY' Halms. 9slOC for lrrrrt-HtaverHgesraeiiiirdliig to brand: breakfast bacon Jc, and shoulders 5o, packed. Uigh- WHieefl 04. . DTitr fofe) Anrjl 2. -Floiir dtiH Aria f rorntly I rt bfiyevif favor: Round hoop omo) w mm ; cimfoe dil. B 8gl6 7S;sOpcrrfne Western,- ttflo; wrrmrtogoori extrno, 9 76ra,t 10; enoiceno, fi 17 00; 01161? Vfhfte whftif do, t80fl5 26. Wheat heavy, feferian' and rrnsertled; Spring iwilAil AnmliKltv l.,u.,.f wiWtAr wlvttM 1429nnt1r1 rtoMffllWc lower nrft) diii:rNo:,t rett, April, tl 28; .fir y. fl 2.5Hfl 26&S JM'e. tl 22V,r9f 22 Np. I'whibj 3fay, tf 22. Corn g shade low.r and diiH; rhtxerf Western, spot, 61f5:ii dW uturft-tOH Smf.- Oats-dnlt' And afthiiia i easier-. . Western, li'ifisrc': Beef sMattv And ouiet: new nlairk mess. iivr. nw ejftrti rloj lb Malt. Pork dull anrT decrlnink; new, mess,, tiOTO. Mtd envy An lower: steam rendered1,- 7.30c. Hitter dull and" t'eaVy": OhtK rakT22r Cheese wet ilMtyU: tqf jWfif to Choree. Whisky WesP'rti, tr IlfSl ri Hiiggr firm and let-. Molasfer Aeafl arftl deaArrtf rhiid- erate. PetrblcfinV quiet and itekdy. Riot ,un- nlM,iMA rff fuiit r:hltn miler An'rl firm. Kieiiibts' dutl'.' Spirit tuipehnrre' quieV mid1 steady tWm)j& Rosin unchanged" at 1 35( 40. 1 auow sreany aio(mr-iw nr vroowm. ggk dtfir af ltr(91tj$! fof ftllf try chOrhfc - - - iff ft vtMhtiovmu IBpeclsn River Dlshamnea tit the ta?.I Hnfrbft- Vt Va Apfir 2o-3i A. ti. New Btver 5 feet and fallirnf. Weather oleari- ihermometer 4. , 'CBAtti.iB'rom April' 2S-f) A. M. Kan- arht fAftf 16 feet.itnrf flltnff. Wettlier flaftr. Irfetatoinetef 62". Wind aouth eateft ' '' ' . ' ., . Oiir GltT, April 28 K:0 A., M. Biver 8 fbet An ftdliw. weattier clear. Wind sodtiwest IbermomBter S0?, PitrsBURO, April1 26V -11:25 A. M. River 13 feet and fulling, weather clear and presssmtir ' Bont Haadt Oomp, : Business fair. 'Jhe Citv of Pottrtfouth feavcj daily at4 p. ra. for fthilo and all way landings, 'Flit' PottoiMt writ be the regular Cr fe O. II. C packet leaving to day at 4 p. ni. sharp WHinftingt -ti, Wlr She connects witht ttref early tMna to-ttrorrotr for all points ICuslr , ; . rraPoVimm eame- down t)ii morn-inf, iinrJ wirt retnrr to Pomeriiy tbi evening, resrvfnv (rant inn 8miy WliarflKMit, foot of Broadwf y.. Capt James Kirker is aaaitt M ti4 foWfj ' ! j The Wildwood cam down fast flight, aTtdrettfrtWitllo) WowsViller a( noo trxfay; i taint. 1). h. Feiinr'i mpcrft new easBett- ge gtear-ner Fawhtow wilt leave tkigf exen- ing lot Kvans affa)fe, elef i ing for Evansvilla, W, W, 11 union iaTier &?oaihr ileiirinff. IheJourt A. flood tooft tfiew" 6yfoan fbirtr tfoAtardud barges Bad, 0W busbels of eomV" " - DuBuquA, April 25 Lumbermen gay lhat oiving to lh ft Wnids which have prtf cte8 ort the- nprW rfrer; thw jwrtt foror weeks have bee the most diaaatruns time f rrrftln1n1frfhtefWekrJerwlt;. Nearly air that Irate mttrted ftown tfce river a tar IhTs seas ft have been fctowrf agafntt bridge fyrerW trrd rfenMf fihed .-" .-. Th Annie 8tlfer aTrtt'e'r at 1 p. rn. yea tertlny; titit from ITeW Orfeahs' cmly five davsHnd taeniy fioura Cap! Kaiiike, of Bnrliirgfon, is trnildtng th Fovg e Brothers' boat Her aize will be 125 feet long, 24 feet bftlfti Kith 4 ft (iptlf tff ItalL It it ( fiKV A powefrat pro effing power, find wherl cotifpleftd, cauabh) of carrying a) liearyjoaif. The bout fa well tinder1 way, wotrtifi': .'! '""v '' The Wheeling Roglstor anya: "A Cora rnittee of loniucrAts. cmnrirt-ierf rVf Afpiini. W. W. Wiflf,- K:irt Btaiitater rtd Jfant GfiKlrT, Will f.rrjtlde fheaTlgnf rrttendifl the National Democratic Convention at C'iti cinnaii, On June 22d. The 'ateamer Bu liiwrence una Deeicuarterea.auaK.rauier'a Band engage for thn oocasiea. The boat trill leave oa Jum loth, a4 the trie will last eight days. The number ef tickets is limited to one hundred and fiftv,of which seventy are already engaged. The fare for the round trip will be $16." Ihe- irgte Lee arnyed, and will leave to morrow on the return trip to Mentphhv The Golden Crown ia loading, and will leave lo-anorrow for New Orleans. A1.ICB grNKS AT LOUISVILLB. A lelegrarn received here sars the Alice. en route from Pittsburg to 8t. Louis, with a targe cargo of misceIlaneotia!HatuS', sunk in is morning on the lulls at Louisville, and ia la great danger of proving a total loss, im tutiim. atJPIBIOB. D. J. Wllliami against tlie administrator of ' Henry Burgund. Action to" recover f37o for services rendered. ,In progress. . PROBATE. John SwelleT was appointed adminis trator of Joseph Voerg. Personalty, 500, COMMON PLltAg. llenry IfaufJ, against the C H. 4 D. R. B. Co Action to recover $2,500 for Injury to plaintiffs property. In progress. Louisville, New Albany ft Chicago B. R. Co., against John Hardy, Constable. Ac tion to try the right of property in a rail road ear. Judgment for pluiniifit potioa. Drdnk Slary Gallaglier, Mary Ann Hen- nessy, Mary McNulty, Jacob Stallo, dis missed; Bessie Howell, 30 days; Mary Meyer, John Jones, 10 days; Dan. Gilninr tin, Robert Lloyd, Wbi. Jorres, John Quin tan, Pat. Hickey, $5; Francis Smith, Lu cinda Taylor, $10. Disorderly Conduct Sam. Wilkinson, dismissed; Clias. Langd, $5; Robt. Will iams, continued. Assault and Batterv T. Schvetter. di- miased; Fred. Ander'bera.. Marv Auder- berg, Henry Schreder, continued. Miscellaneous John Anderson, grand larceny, dismissed; J. Carpenter, Georgia Powell, Lizzie Franklin, petit larceny, con tinued; Paul Smith, fame, $50-30; Henry Taylor, carrying concealed weapons, $5; Frank Stegman, abasing fam ily, 30 days; Musofl Lanmati, fn corrtglblllty, eontinued; Kd. Welsh, petit Iftrcany, 30 days: Walter Effglisli, known thief, continued; Thomas Henry, vagrancy, $50-30; Wardy Kennedy, escap. irfg from W..rk-house. $100 30. ' m i r Board of Pa olio WerKi. A pefitinnlor the establLsIinieni of the grade of Prospect street to Drake Wat re ferred to the Committee en Grades and Iin frrenre1a. The Engineer was Instrctcfedl td stop the Work of improving DeerhVld l'lacff, as the gride of said street has neVef been estab lished. - A COnnfiufrtcation calling the attention of the Board to the bad condition of Mas m street, between Locust and Lewis streets, wub referred to the Knfneer. , . In accordance with the "act to provide for the payment of the amount of the as sessments in ex-cess of twenty-five percent; of the value of the kits, eto. It wns resolved that the Board issue bonds to the amount f $25,000. to bear the date of .way l,i 1880, and interest at 4 per cent, per anmim, payable annually, with ten years toruw. " Tlie Engineer was directed to prepare a plan for sewering tire district lying be tween Gent Street And' the Ohio River and Mill Creek and Walker iViill Road. ine &nKiieer was instrncteu W make a plat of Loer River Boat! from .Evans street to Boldface Creek, showing line of street and location of houses. The clinking Fund Trustees requested the Board to pay one interest- on Water-works bonds amounting to $81,005, Referred to ihe.yuperhitendHittol tiie' Water-Works; .The Kimineer was-directed to Stiiervise the; erection of telegraph poles of the' City and Suburban .Telegraph Gompany; also; the Weatern Union .letegrapb Company, under the order Of the Probate Court,- Tiie contract for the City 'a portion' of the improvement of tne rntersec.tou of Beeck erand Lane streets was awarded to John Gaffney. . ....... . y aar ar For Conntjf SoliolfJor. ' After" ffmsliii'ig fEe regular rou1ine'ork to day theC6uriiy'Comriiiaiiondrsproceeded to ballot for a new County Solicitor. As usW the affair way a dbWm-igJit farcei Some one ought to send the Comraission ers A Club, and then perhtrps' the balloting would result to some good. . The' ballot, and the only one taken' to day, Bto id: Hopkins for Asa Waterw, Znm stein for Draitsin Wukirr, and Reardon fur Charles W. Baker, Ihe County Cominiasioii&ra held a reg ular meeting- to day, during which (hey notified the Hall's Safe and Lock Company that they were now ready to receive the new tale fop tlie County Treasury, INtlityedi Reports From the Eeeent Tor- undo. SfiecTaittn-theStar. CARLiKVtina, Inc., April 28. Reports of the great destruction of property and loss of life by the eyclone art still coming in from points' remote from telegruphia com munication. A Mrs. Haynes, living near Chesterfield, was instantly killed by tlie falling. in of a brick house;: another young lady in .Western Jleaoru was killed in nearly the same- manner, A young? rami employed in the store of Valentine & Co., ot Rockbridge,, named Drake,, was killed while trying to escape from tire house. Over fifty houses" and seventy-five barns were destroyed in the path of the tornado. Hie foss in this county will be $150; 000 to $200,000; Rockbridge, tmatt town on the Chicago, Burlington S Qufncy Roan", was nearly entirely destroyed, honseay churches srr.rr mills being blowu lo atoms, . Money is being raised to belt- titoaw who ia Marty in Ifaacxt losraitiraD. ; . ; ; ' . Sf rjacATti!, Iowa', April 2S. On fhe prai rie In Sweetland Township a. hired man and two tons el Henry Karls were plowing When th stovn t3m nut They attempted td crew a small stream whicn had fapidlv rfaert, when Henry, the youngeat boy, fell ft ftrrd Wadrwrred. , ' ... Iitfe At teftdrllle , LBAriVittg, Cor., April 28. tast night at thw m feting of. the. City Conwiil a treat - excilenient wae caused by (he . ictien ' in , regard to etmtested seats, one seat being declared vacant, and in another ease Republican bring ousted and a Democrat sworn in. lh Hepneltcarnt left the room said great conftwronf " - The officers draw their revolvers' And de manded order. Many . of the audience drew their revolvers and a dangerous col Uaitm was Uireateued, All is quiet now. WASHINGTON. Exodus Examination to Still Go On. Ben Jj6 Fevre Announces His Boom. 4 ths txoDoa cosiMirrra. Special to the Star. " WAsntsoToF, April 28. It was under stood that the Exodua Committee was to complete its elimination oi witnesses last Thursday, but on that day Mr. winaom, from the minority, requested that his sid might have further time in which te con tinue taking testimony. , This request Sen- stpT Y0orhees grsnted, though he himself was anilotu to conclude the sessioni of the Committee. Both sides will now, likely, summon more witnesses, and the examina tion may continue more than a month. lOGAB PSSLS PRPBKHHED. A prominent Peniiaylvania politician, who traveled last Sunday from Plttsbur to Washington In company with John A. Logan, says that the latter Is mnch disap pointed and chagrined at the great diminu tion of the feeling for Grant in Illinois. carliblk's bevkkce bill, Mr. Carlisle, after the morning hour to day, called np his bill, which provide for a change of the revenue laws In respect to the tax on distilled spirits. The considera tion of this bill will eoeupy to-day'S ses sion, ' i Kit. larSTfta'a boom. A telegram from Ben. Le Fevre an nounces that he has defeated Hilt in the contest lor renomlnation. SPMROBV LATTER IN VBRTlGATIOIf. The committee to investigate the author ship of fhe anonymous letter to S printer, held its first meeting to-day, but, tiiotrth the witnesses Were fill present, they did nothing. Another meeting Wilt be held to-morrow. BR. Kit Afro tHB ti. s. jenmcffflip. The1 f fiends of Judge fce ate urging Ms tfrrpointnierrk tc thrf peWilorr of United States Judge, made vacant by the death of Judge Trisg. Mr. Ky baa" riot indicated bis deMMf fof fhef apptiirrtiuent, neither ha the President takeu the subject under con sideration. . , , , DEATH OF HON. D. W. MIDDLETON. Hon. D". W. Middletori, for many years Clerk of the United StateA Supreme Court, died at his residence in this- city last night. the sOutHERn DEMOCSACX The Star this evening contains (hi fof towrrig:'A prominent Eo'ti thorn Senator who is a warm friend and adniirer of Bay ard, and1 pYefers hftn sbovO all btherA tts the Democratic oandidate, said to the Star re porter to-day? "To. a rrran who! is. posted about Southern politics; this talk of Grant caSrry'rrig Some of the States of the South, or even .one Of them, is abBiird, Tne Democratic candidate, whoever he mas' b?. will carry alt the" Southern States,- thoupli Tilden is undoiibtedly unpopular with rjneirt, and i wffuld require" very hard work io eet 6irt (he vote. "Kven with hini as our candidate' Grant would not!, get any Southern1 Democratic support, ine oni.y uanger wouia do irnm the aphthy and indifference' Tilden's candi dacy wotJId create. Southern' Democrats are-aSf rnucli devoted (6 tlieir political partj and principles as ever, and believe we can elect the President if e nominate a good man. Tiie South writ not attempt airy Sort of dictation at the' Cincinnati Convention; but its solid front, in my opinion, will be against Tilden's renomiiretiurr, because we are satisfied lie cbuld not be elected. Dele gations wrH be divided between Bayard', Hancock, Thtirinan and Hendricks, but Bayard will have the" most numerous and earnest support.' mobs' b6M to" BOtrOHf. The Secretary of tW Treasury ftas1 di rected' the purchase of thrfee million bonds to-day on; account or the Sinking Fund. BBSOLUTIONS' APPKOVfiD, fhe" President to-day approved the- joint resolution authorizing tm? Secretsry Of War to loin rive- hundred tents Ko the Gov ernment of Missouri for the use' of the suf ferers by the recent! tornado in (hM State; also the joint resolution Accenting from the heirs of tlie late Joseph GooHdye, iit Bos ton, the desk upon which' Jetterson wrote the Declaration of Independence. , Tin! AEMY BILL ADSntTTCTU Tlie Army Bill was deliverer! to the President this morning; as is the custom. The bill will be referred to the Secretary of War, that officer being absent at Fortress Monroe until Saturday. It is' not promt- Me that the bill will be Anally disposed of until Monday or Tuesday of next weelt. There seems tor be no doubt but that the President will sign the biiL ALL BKRKITB OR THB rrSHXBtlCB, It is stated officially fo day that there has been no discussion in the Cabinet re cently over, the Fibheries question and that .the (jiiestron of sending American war ves sels into Canadian waters ha never (been sertonsiy eonsiaereu oy tne aitmintstration. A Cabinet officer Stated that such a course on our part would be jumly regarded by (Sreat Britain as an insult. He-said tluit the telegrams sent from here on the sub ject and which are worded S' as to. create the impci Saion that arte inspired by iwh official source, are doing treat damage and re ealcalated to prodncs art irritation in the minds of British officers that) may prove embarrassing to a ravorabla settle ment of this delicate question. rSMSTEKStll 0 IlL&Kr. WArTffiKoTOif, April 2R Letters received at the Capitol by members of Congress wiihin the past day or two fr. ru leadina Democrats in Tenrtessee my timt Ilia dele gation from that State wilt be for Titdeft. KENTTJCK KN1CKO ACKS. Specially CeUeeted tt' thn Comracker MIMMWCtVlth. SpeirMrnt ffW Star. '''''; Maysvtllw, Apr 3 3ft George Hnnt was engaged in dicing s trench at the new flouring mill in East aiyysville yestenlny afternoon, whn Daniel Green accidentally drove pick iliroiifih Hunt's hand, nearly tearing it fro in lh? arm. : . , ill. ViaaoM, April 23. The case of tlw Commonwealth , against Wuv CumliC charged with the mnrdt-r of n negro boy near U vines to i in 1878, Wnsculltd .rtster- day in our Oircoit Court. Cundilf, Wbohad been conti Red fit jail, escaped I jiuS weeks ego- . , ' :,","'! Yesterday n.orninr;, however, he came into town with his witnesses and, at the calling of his csje, said lie waa ready fof (rial. A jwty wss. ecad end ttk testi mony for the Commonwealth was com pleted. The evidence showed 'hat that killing waa without provocaHori. At the adjournment of Court lit even ing Cundiff was placed in the custody of the Jailer. He endeavored to resist sol swore he would not go to jafl, but he was overpowered. A large nsTjpUto wae akea off hie person, and ks was seeuNty locked up. His case will be given totbt jury to-day. Beatttvuxs, April 23. George Critter, a young man, was drowned near tLia plaos while catching log in company withjast Denton. Both were thrown out of tUt) canoe, but the latter swain to the shore. ' Mr. 8TKin.iiro, Apill 28. A difficulty e- enrred at the Ramsey store, on the Ml Sterling & Winchester Turnpike, oa Monday afternoon, between . Henry SV, Judy and Cuarlie T. Redmoa, in which tut toriuer was severely put with $ (iJifOj MET110P0UT1N MENTION VAStlEBBILT ASP RTS BOSBS, Wnttnnal Asaoclnted Press to the Star. . NiwYokk, April 28. VanderMlt vlU probably sail for Europe Saturday next. and if not then some other time before May 15th. He will be accompanied by hf wife and two unmarried children, and re) tuaiua abroad about four months. ; He has disposed of 350,000 shares of New York Central and Hudson River Railroad stock, or 150,000, more than one-third bf fhai capital of tile Company, in the past sik mouths, tor n aggregate, in round num bers, of $42,500,000. Thrs lie is reported to haVe invested Iri 4 pef cent. Government bond; and bv othet fiurchases hs made his total holding at east 160,000,000, the' interest on which, amounts to $2,0tX),000 artnually. His first and only visit to Europe, made at the ttms of the Paris Exposition, trt of only six weeks' duration. u. - . His son, Cornelius; Alar stid to be im mensely wealthy, who has recently re tUFnerif from an eitefisive'cOniFnetitill tour, Is understood ichive persuaded his fsthel to" fnake the longer journey WMdli he has decided upon . , .. atSSlCAST BAfliWAf COfrNSCTIOW. Hon. John W. Foster, formerly Minister to Mexico, but now Minister to Russia, in flff irttervietr published to-rray sj'veaks' ol railroad co'timiirticstioits between tbe'Mef lean eapital and tins eourrtry (is essential to the extension of . qnr trade with the sis ter Republic. President Dinz, it appears favors the' project, but the Mexican Com' gress has' some lingering fears that Amffri cau ascendancy would result from its " -1- i i m 1 - ... General tirdnt. Sa'tloriar AatocfciteO: Press to (he Star. -? RocironW, iiui April 28.-Gen. ffrarrl and party will arrive in this city to-day and take dinner at the Holl ind Hotise.' Prom half past 1 until 2 o'clock, he will re ceive his friends on the front steps of the Court-house, where an address of welcome f be delivered by Mayor 8. B. WD kins. Extensive preparations are being made fof bis reception. Kalamazoo, Mrx;n April 28. General Grant writes to Colonel Phillips regarding the reception lo be tendered him here it May By the Soldier's and Sartors' AsRoeisi ftoh of kbuth western MicWgati. that hf? will have fr defer his alHicfpated Visit, but hopes to see Michigan ere long. He resided in this Shite two years. , ; ftearlg-narlon of Mr.' jriacktenwiet. !fatIoiml Artrvclated Press to the Star. . V. -OrrXwA-, On.', April 28. Just before fhe adjournment of t ie House of Commons' at 2 o'clock this morning, Hon Alexander Mackenzie, the Ex-Premier, formally an nounced his resignatiqn of the leadership of the Opposition, The House was taken somewhat by surprise at the abrupt an nouncement, alihoughit was not altogether unexpected. Hon. E, Bluke, who' wns Minister of Justice under Mackenzie, will probably succeed riimf in the leaciergliip, afhd sorrie radical cKurtgcs in i the policy of the' Oppb.iitioA may be rooked for. , m ti ; " DetttK of Br. Jovepti t. Webb, Special' tn the Star. MufttEAfo'iiis, April 28. Dr. Joseph 7, Webb, Mother of tlie wife of PrCrfdenl Hayes, and a brother-in-law of Hon. Stan ley Matthews, died suddenly of apoplexy in this city yesterday, aged fifty-t hroe. Hs married4 a sister of Stunfcy" Matthews twenty years ago, ffU'o" Aurviyes him, The remains will be' taken to ClircmnarTr fbf fn terment. ften. frtclVrittir's Trriatf. rational Associated Press-W the Star. CmcAWT, 1 el , April 28 The cnw of Gen. McArthur, Ex-Poatmsitcr of Chicago charged with eiubenrlmg ami m isa im propriating Governmtmt motleys: to amount of ab ut $70,000; was taken up for trial iro the United, Stales Circuit Court yesterdav afternoon and was niveu to bit jury this afternoon after a brief summing up Hafl inula to Ttesnme. rTAtfonat Associated Prest to the Star. Pitts bubo. April 28 The Western Nafl Association to-dny reduced tiie card rate of nails frnni $5 25' to $4, and resolved to start their mills acain on Monday next; STEAMBOAT ADVERTISEMENTS. Fof Porne. WEDNESDAY. 2Htb, at ft P. it, rOSillYEtT.. -POTOMAC. Jainos Kinter, H t,ti ter. Freight received at all tionrt ort " rtt Wnatmoati foot of Breailway. W. Hetithttl, 3irpc Pot Ptmieroy. THURSDAY, 29 h, atfto. m., POSIT1VKLY, MHI( No. 1 i. Utiles,. Master. Frcixht received at alt tours on WharfboaL foot of Broad war. W. rTonsherl, ginwrrntrarient for llautlBtrton. WEDHESDAYi. 28. At 4 P. M. PQSITIYBLX - M TlwC. a K. E. packet, JBOrS EON A, tjt Tllac Bryson, Master. Kreigrit aeceived i "nt ari ftorrrt nrt Wharf bont, footot Bruadwav. W. Honshall, 8aMiintaHknt ' For Huutfitirturt. tHCB3DAY,29th,attP. Jf.t fOHITfVELir. try fcTheC.40. R.R.pactotPLlirWOtn, Lti,?J. T. Campbell, Master. Freight re ai i irnawcefyefl at alt Aonrs on Whtrfboat, toot ef Broad war. W. taoosttett. SwpenaieDeBV 1 For F,v"anTirle. WEDNESDAY. 2Sth.at P. IL POBrTIVElY. ir- k.FASH(UX.a UPemir. ilwiter. Fo Lf T3?r frelnht or pawnee apply on board or to anVrartiMHti. MiOttirc, W. a Betty, Agetts. For MempUis. THURSDAY, th, al i P. M., POSITIVELY, ir? LYIrHilKI.KK,CtiarresKnsell. Mastet. Lg.Tf or I eiaht or pnswse am'lf vii boarii, -J"sor to James 8. Wise, bnncrinteniieati NO. 12 Public terming. : . For iew Orleans. THURSDAY. t8 f. M PfrrriVKLY. Tt i. OOtDKN tMtflWX K. I.. irkl , Mil UVtr. Yt frtlaht or wx apply tn ir 11 11 "" board, or lo Royse & Maitmi, Agivaii,