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SAVANNAH, MISSOURI. CTU RENT TOPICS. Tiik well known banking-house of Dun can, Sherman & Co..- New York, sus pended payment on rh- -27th n't. liabilities are understood t be Their j in the i neighborhood of SG.OOO.OOO. v;ith assets con.-iuciab!y ;e. than ;lr" amount. Un fortunate speculation- in cotton and rail way securities are said to have been the cause ot their embarrassment. 1 he an- nouncment 01 tneir suspension caused nie greatest excitement in financial circles. In Wall Street there was a sudden panic, during which gold rose from 112 ro UOf, but soon fell liack to 114$. There wasalo a great depression in the leauinir stock-, Panama tailing from 131 to V22. Western Union from S2f to 73, Lake Shun- Irom 51f to oS. Northwestern from -Of to 'M. etc. A part of this decline was recovered before the close of business for the day, and a better feeling existed. The panic i extended to Boston, Philadelphia and j other commercial centers. j The Minnesota Republicans have nomi nated John S. Pillsbury tor Governor, James B. Weak field for Lieutenant-Governor. John S. Irgens for Secretary of State, O. P. Whitcomb for Auditor. Win. Pfaender for State Treasurer, and George P. Wilson for Attorney-General. Their platform favors a tarifFstrietly for revenue, and a financial policy " which shall keep steadily in view a return to specie pay ments;" demands ''that all railway and other corporations shall be held in fair and just subjection to the law-making power, constitutionally exerci-edv ; and "cor dially indorses the progressive and liberal policy of the Republican party in its well defined and clearly announced purpose to foster the agricultural, industrial and com mercial interests of the country by a judi cious system of internal improvements, having for their object the enlargement of i facilities and reduction in the cost of trans portation for inter-State commerce.' Foli.owixg the election in Kentucky. ' which took pi ice on Monday. Aug. 2. I other State elections will occur as follows : : C alifornia, Sept. 1 ; Arkansas, Sept. (5 ; . Laine, Sept. 13; Iowa and Ohio, Oct. 12 ; j M; Kansas, as, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mis-is- j , Minnesota. Missouri, New York, i sippi New Jersey, Pennsylvania aud Virginia, Nov. "2 : Texas, Dec. 7. The now money-order s-stem between the United States and Canada went into effect on Aug. 2. Orders for sums no- ex ceeding $50 can be procured at the follow ing rates: Not exceeding $10. 10 cents ; $10 to $20, -10 cents; $20 to $30,00 cents : $30 to $-10. 80 cents; S10 to $50, $1.00. United States money-orders are p syable in Canada in their equivalent in gold. W. 0. Avery, late Chief Clerk of the Treasury Department at Washington. been arrested and bound over in the sum of $5,000 for his appearance at St. LohN to stand trial on the indictment found against him by the United States Grand Jury for participation in the whisky frauds. The Board of Indian Commissioners had a business interview with President Grant at Long Branch on the 29th, during which the administration of Indian a 11 airs was discussed at length. The Associated Press says that the President announced his un faltering confidence in the present hu mane and Christian policy of the Govern ment toward 'lie Indians. The charges preferred by Prof. Marsh it was agreed should be fully investigated. The Com missioners admit that some of the Indian agent- may have been corrupt, but express the conviction that the Government was never so faithfully served in this respect as at the present time. The gradual re moval of all Indians to the Indian Terri tory was discussed, and measures adopt ed looking to the carrying out of this plan. Telkgraph advices from nearly all por tions of the central Western States, up to July 31, report very great damage to the crops by the continued rain-falls. In many localities more or less rain has fallen every day of the past month. The sprout ing of wheat and oats had begun in some places, haj' was rotting on the ground, and in addition to this the rise of streams had carried away all crop from the low lands in many places. Taken altogether, the prospect in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and Kentucky was decidedly dis couraging. Ex-President Andrew Johnson died from paralysis and heart disease, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Brown, in Center county. Tenn., at half-past 2 o'clock on the morning of the 31st ult. Mr. Johnson had been slightly unwell for some weeks, and on the Wednesday pre ceding his death he had a paralytic stroke from which he only partially recovered. For some hours previous to his death he was entirely unconscious. His wife and children were with him during his last hours. The news of the sudden death of ex President Johnson created a profound sen sation throughout the. country. In vari ous places, especially in his own State, public neetings were held and reOlu- tions of regret passed. The flags of pub lic buildings were generally put at half mast. The President issued an exeeu tive order announcing the death of his i uu,rw t 1 7 lr V u i ninrk-nf rosiw-pr tlmr. tlio KYPC.lltiVfi Mall- ; " i- ! sion and the Department buildings be uiajnu 111 iiiuuuiui uiiuiun that all ptioiic tmsmess ue suspended on that day, and that the War and Navy Dt- partments cause'suitable honors to be paid fn lii' nicmnrv .... .... . - - Prof. Jexxky.hi a telegram to the Com missioner of Indian A flairs, dated Black Hills, July 17, announces that he has at last discovered irold in paying quantities in gravel bars both on Spring and Rapid ,,r,.(.L-5. froin on to 'AO miles nnrrhonsr or ; Harney's T.-ak. The deposits he savs, are , tu,. riciut vet found in the Hills, and are ; v!rv- f.lVor.ibly situated, with a ood head j of Wltt.r 5tl the.strcams, amplv suflieient ,-or working purposes, , ' The Oregon Democrats have nominated Lafayefte Line, a son of Gen. Joe Lane, for Representative in Congress. Their platform favors the resumption of specie payments, legislative control of fares and freights, opposes a protective tariff, paper currency, national banks, Chinese immi gration, and fraud and corruption in olliee. The deposition of Brigham Young in the Mountain Meadow massacre case, tak en at S.dt Lake CitV, July 30. is telegraph- j leader of tlie Social Democrats, is dead, ed to the Chicago Inter-Ocean. Brigham 1 oi.. Bakkk. of the Knrlih Army, has aflirms that he is an invalid, and that it ! hiXn found guilty of committing an indecent as wonid hp niTilmis to his lio.-.lrl. tn trnv.d tn ! Sillllt "Pon a young lady in a railway carriage, Beaver at this time. He says that lit; had I no knowledge of the maesacre, excent bv rumor. until John D. Lee called upon him some two or three mouths afterward and began to give an account of the affair. l I told him to stop, as from what I had already learned by rumor I did not wish my feelings harrowed. up with a recital of the derails." He further alleges that the only order he gave concerning this and all other companies of emigrants, was that they might be allowed ro pa.-s through the countrv unmolested. Siibtantiailv the s-iine evidence is given bv George A. $mith !n :l snnijar affidavit. Both depoi tions were ruled our. bv Jud je Bjreman. For.i.owixn is an abstract lie debt statement. August 2 : Six per cent, bonds Five per cent, bonds of tiie pub- $l,00.-,S.-)S,.v,rt (il3,(t:j,7.')0 Total coin bonds. . $ 1,701), 4!)!,: ;!o0 Matured debt'!. Lawful monev debt. II,i"7S,00( M.GTS.-JOT I Legal tender notes 57l,S-24,I.-."i Certificates of deposit Fractional currency Coin certificates. . .". Total without interest. . . (;i,-7otoito ll.ll.i, .$ o0J,!ia"i,47S Total debt $'Yr.7,M:;,01 Total interest 7,J10, f.0 Cash in treasury, coin CS,0li,7"0 Cash in treasury, currency -1 ,:J7G.9J: Special deposits held for redemp tion of certificates of deposit .... fit ,0-27,000 Total in treasury $ i:t7,.Vj;),7() Debt less cash in treasury $2,127,:::,s:;-: Decrease during July....". 1,'JI)1,5S7 Roods issued to l'acilic Railroad, interest payable in lawful monev, principal outstanding Cl,(ii,."d'2 Interest accrued and not yet paid . 3:: ,117 Interest paid bv Tinted states iS,202,tO!5 Interest repaid by transportation of mails, etc .." C.'ill.l.Vt Ralance interest paid bv United States ". -21,11s (;j7 j TllK Keiltuckv State election was held! j on the 2 1. The 1 emocratic ticket, headed i by McCreory for Governor, was believed to be elected by about th same majority as last election. In Louisville and L -x-ington, Harlan, the H 'publican candidate for Governor, made considerable gains. PGLiTlHA:. AKD PERSOrJAL BREVITIES. A National Hard-Money Convention is to be held at Cincinnati on the -."ith of October. Ja.mks 5ii.Kii.kAX. an old employee in the Treasury Department, has been appointed the successor of Chief Clerk Avery. The failure of Duncan, Sherman & C. has caused great inconvenience to many Ameri can. abroad, who held letters of credit from thaf house. It is said that in Paris the news of the failure caused the greatest consternation. The Commercial Warehouse Company. ofXe-v York, a company doing a trade almost exclusively with Cuba, where its st ck was principally owned, has suspended payment. The company claims to have assets largely in excess of its liabilities. The Tobacco Exchange Banking Com pany, of Louisville, Ivy., has suspended. J. B. Fokd & Co.. of New York, Mr. P.eecher's publishers, have asked an extension from their creditors. Their failing is said not to alfect the Christian Union, which is a separate company. Messhs. Moody and Sankey, the Amer ican revivalists, are making a tour of North Wales. A partial explanation of the failure of Duncan, Sherman & Co., is found in the fact that the linn had nearly $;00,(N)0 tied up in securities of the Mobile & Ohio Railroad Company, of which Mr. Duncan is the President, and a small amount in the Salem & Gulf Road. It is under stood, also, that in one of their settlements they were obliged to take $300,000 in Alabama State bonds, which are now quoted at :)5 cents on the dollar. At Cynthiana, Ky., on the 29th ult., Dr. C. L. Donally shot and killed Dr. Pcckover. Roth were dentists, and Donally charged that Pcckorcr had called him a liar. Donally surren dercd himself to the officers, and while beingcon veyed to the lock-up was shotand killed by R. II. Ridgly, a brother-in-law of Pcckover. Ridgly was then taken into custody. The wife of Lieut. Ingalls died at the Pensacola Navy Yard, and Lieut. Deshlcr died at Fort Rarrancas, both of yellow fever, on the 2Sth. General Dye, of Mansfield, Ohio, the I Adjutant-General of the Khedive of Egypt, is I now at his old place of residence on a visit He I speaks in high terms of the aims and purposes of the Khedive in relation to the Valley of the Nile and its inhabitants. The troops in that part ot Africa aru mostly commanded by Americans. liisnor Ames, of Georgia, has declined ' e appointment of SiouxComn,issioner, church ' .1. .1. .:... ,--,... 1 uiuu-.T cuuiuiug ;ui iiif Mine. ,,, ,. A. nf Louisiana v.as . ,. . , ; living relative or , not itis now stated, the nearest Washington. .Mrs.. L. A. Shrewsbury of ; Charleston, W. Va. , and her brother, Dr. John 1'arks, are the grand-niece and grand-nephew iiainunuij uicouin ui iiib ivouniry, meir ; mother having been the daughter of Samuel ! Washington, brother of the General. Ii'kv. Athaxase Josue Coqukrkl, a widely known Protestant clergyman of France, j died recently, aged T. He visited this country . during the session of the Evangelical Alliance in ' l."'t returned upon the ill-fated Ville du n;i 1 1 , ijuing wnu ji uir survivors 01 inai terrible ocean ilisastcr. Hon. J. T. Klliott. t'ornifily Iiepn-sent-ative in Congress from the Third Arkansas Dis trict, died at Camden, Ark., on the 25th ult. Coi.. FouxKvis iroinir to St. Petersburir to induce Russia to participate in the Centennial . Exhibition. j Mks. Cki.ia Bi'Ki.K'fin, the well knswn j woman - suffrage agitator, is dead, j Gkx. W.vJtXKlt LliWIS, of Dubuqe. ! Iowa, has re:eived the gratifying news of his ' having fallen heir to a very valuable estate in , England, which makes a millionaire of him. Mks. Oki'henia Tkkh: died a few days since at Woodbury, Connecticut, aged one hun ) dred and three. She was a direct descendant of ' the Goodrichcs who came over in the Mayflower. The family has been noted for longevity. 1 Du. Vox Scuwkitzkh, of Berlin, the and sentenced to imprisonment for twelve months and to pay a lineof live hundred pounds nml cost of prosecution. Toe high social posi- 1 tion of the defendant, and the aggravated nature of the offense, made the affair notorious on both sides ol the Atlantic. TELEGRAPHIC NOTES. The price of August i, was ii-,T0' roid in .'W N or i A London telegram of the 2Srh says that 5) mills have been closed at Ashton, and S.uOO operativt-s thrown out of emploviucnt; and at Oldham, only six out of It'.i mills belonging to the Employer.-'' Association were workin BrigadieM leneral )rd. 'omniandiiig the Department of Texas, has issued an order that persons appearing in that department in the disguise of Indians will be treated as Indians, ami, if not Killed when captured, will be sent to Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Kla., ami will not be allowed to change their Indian dress. Th Northern Paeilie R liiroad bridge across the MissisippiJKiver at ISrainerd, Minn. , I went down with h mixed train, on the morn ing of the'.'Ttli, and five persons were killed and everal others injured. Tie- he-tvv ;-.i:us which prevailed , throughout portions of the West, during the last week in duly, seriously injured the crops, wheat especially, in many localities. G-jnt's Citron Mills, at Glasgow, Scot laud, were burned on the -JSth. A number of operatives and firemen were injured. Los $;oo,oio. Thiiry-one mill- haw closed ar Dundee. Scotland, and twelve thousand persons are on of employment. Rotii the employers and opera tives have resolved not to yield. Five deaths from yellow fever occurred at Fort l.arancas on the '2fth. A fn ilir train going north on the Lou isville, New Albany and Chicago Railway, on the 2Sth, went through a trestle 10 feet high, be tween I'utnamville and Cloverdale, killing the engineer, conductor and head brakeman. The fireman had one leg and one arm broken. The rear brakeman only escaped. Fllrih- r j.art.'vthrs regarding the bridge disaster on the Northern l'acilic Railroad near Rrainerd, Minn., on the -27th, are as follows: The train consisted of '20 freight cars, beside the caboose, in which were a number of pas.-engers. Several of the cars were laden with railroad iron. As the train was crossing the bridge the engineer heard a cracking and put on steam to escape. His efforts, however, proved too late to save his life. The central span of the bridge broke down under i the weight of the cars and both ends of the train were drawn into the wreck, the engine aud several cars being drawn backward ami the remainder of the train forward. The central span and two western spans of the bridge went down, the engine, tender and two cars that I were pulled backward falling on the west ! shore, and the remainder going into the i river. The crash made by the week was j heard at n distance of three-quarters of a nine, i ne river at mis point is aooui ;im leei wide, the Mter from six to eight feet deep, and the bridge was about (to feet above the water. It was of the Howe truss pattern, and it is sup posed that the foundations had been weakened by recent floods. A terrible storm psse over portions of Southern Ohio and Indiana on the night of the 2Sth ult. At Marietta, Ohio, a live-story furni ture warehouse was razed to the ground, de stroying the building and nearly its entire con tents, valued at $7.-1,000. The surrounding country was Hooded, causing great damage to crops. The Comptroller of Currency has ad vised the Secretary of the Treasury of the issue of $l ,-270,'!) additional national bank circulation for the month ending July '2S, So per cent, of which is to be retired in legal-tender notes, mak ing the whole amount of legal-tender notes re tired since the passage of the act of January li, 1S75, $;,2M,rttt. An Omaha dispatch of the 2!)th ult. says that the Indian Commissioners who are investi gating the Agency frauds discovered while there that one miller had put up package of flour con- ! . - - . 1 . ...t.r..t. i . . . i i ! taming pouiius, wuiuu iil- si;uc.- were iiirucu in for the Indians by the contractors for 100 pounds; aud also that a lot of 700 cattle, which were frozen to death on the hands of the con tractor, had been regularly receipted for by the Indians. The town of Ilarwyburg, Fountain Ccunty, Wnd., was struck by a cyclone on the night of the 2.Hhult. , demolishing houses, up rooting trees and sweeping things generally be fore it. Five women were killed, among them being Mrs. Sowers, Mrs. Sample and Mrs. Pat terson. A hired girl and a little child of Mrs. I Sowers were also among the victims. A slight shock of earthquake was felt in I Hartford, Conn., and vicinity, on the morning of the '27th ult. The Pensacola Navy Yard was reported free from yellow-fever on the 29th ult. Up to that date there had been 1!) deaths at Rarrancas, out of 0t cases. ! The official statement by the Minister of Public Works to the French Assembly, estimates he total damage to property by the inundation in South France at $ 15.000.000. The steamer recently purchased by the - lilt, Government to guard the Rio Grande River will ! J"""""',""-J"""J"-irdzsen an ca be called the ltio Rravos. Her armament will be j aniinatl0 "l his court : Young gentle howitzers, andone30-pounder. Her complement men, I want to sar a thinir or two to VOU. , bu eight 0flk"cr8 a"'1 fort'-fivemen. She draws only 2 feet 10 inches loaded. ' jl" ""I"""1"1 i-uiimcni'ucrs Kiimv aaj' tiling. Like tho-e ..imo-fel was made at St. Paul, Minn., on the 1st. The lows just back from their ffnrdu:itioncol names of the parties as given are G. Wolscy, S. 1 , , , Peyser, and Mary Clark, the latter supposed t0 JN you think you know a great deal, be Wolsey's wife. The officers captured $l.o,oo:i is a great mistake. If you ever get in bills, mostly 10s on the First National Rank of to be of ail account, you will be surprised i-aaucaii, ivy., pres-es, piate.-, electrotypes, 1001s, eic. The Assistant Treasurer at New York has been directed by the Secrutarv of the Trcas ury to sell gold during the month of August as follows: One and a half million dollars on the first and third Thursdays each and one million dollars on the second and fourth Thursdays each; otal, five millions. Reports from Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Misouri , Iowa , and portions of contiguous States, up to the 3d, give accounts of continued devasta tion to property by the high waters. Nearly all rivers were outside their banks, and in some localities the water was the highest ever re corded. Residents along the lower Mississippi were apprehensive that the levees would be over flown. The Government has authorized the cir culation of the Bible in Turkey. The Broadwood Weaving Factory in Retfast, Ireland, burned on thc.llst ult. Loss estimated at $7."0,000. Seven hundred persons are thrown out of employment. The Snn Cholera Mixture. More than forty years ago, when it war found that prevention for the Asiatic cholera was easier than cure, the learnet doctors of both hemispheres drew up a prescription, which was published (for working people) in the New York Su?i. and took the name of "The Sun Cholera Mixture.' Our cotemporary never lent its name to a better article. We have seen it in constant use for nearly two score years, and found it to be the best remedy for looseness of the bowels ever yet de vised. It is to be commended for severa reasons, it is not to be mixed witn liquor, therefore will not be used as an al coholic beverage. Its ingredients are wel known among all the common people,aiu it will have no prejudice to combat ; eacl of the materials is in equal proportion to the others, and it may therefore be com pounded without professional skill ; ant: as the dose is so very small, it may be carried in a tiny phial in tiie waistcoat pocket, and be always at hand. It is : Tinct. opii, Capsici, Rhei co. , Menthpip., Campho. Mix the above in equal parts : dose, ten to thirtv drops. In plain terms, take equal parts tincture opium, red pepper rhubard, peppermint and camphor, anc mix them for use. In case of diarrhoea take a doe of ten to twenty drops in three or four teaspoonfuls of water. No one who has this by him and takes it in time will ever have the cholera. We commend it to our Western friends, and hope that tiie receipt will be widely pub lished. Even when no cholera is antici pated it is an excellent remedy for ordi nary summer complaint. Journal of Com mercc. A Nevada Showman. J. II. Farley is a showman now travel ing in Nevada. His entertainment is di versitkd, the first part being a panorama of the Holy Land. His liAiidbill says ''Religious and moral people should not be backward in coming to the scene and hear the lecture given bv the Professor, for it is founded on relijrious and moral principles. This show is not a bilk, or to humbug the people." A special claim upon public patronage is that, ''the pro prietor is a weakly and sickly man. dtbili tatMi in the chronic diseases white-swell iiijr. scrofula, and bronchitis." Astro nomical views are a. share of the show, and the handbill roes on to sav : ".Scientific questions will be asked, and satisfactory answers given to each. The. motion of the air will be explained and it will be shown how the wind may be seen. The wind may be perceived as readily as any visible material object, if viewed correctly. The cause of the ever-increasing accumu lation of salt in the ocean, of earthquakes in different localities, of gold and silver in various places, how it was melted, will be amply and satisfactorily explained." Mr. Farley lectures, and of his ability in that line he says : "Old age is deeply inter ested and much astonished in "hearing a lecture given by me. as I lecture on the present age of the world in science, as the last fifty years have accumulated more knowledge and science than the two hun dred years previous." And, as the cli max of attraction, the announcement adds : "We have also on hand six or eight white mice, which will be shown free of charge at the show. These mice are not natives of this country ; they came from the South Sea Islands." When a boy succeeds in convincing his mother that he was not swimming in the river that his hair was made wet by per spiration while " helping Bill Timmins to catch a chicken just now" you might just as well try to explain the Schleswig Ilolstcin question as to undertake to de scribe the awful expression of that boy's face when his mother subsequently dis covers that he has on another boy's shirt. Norristown Herald. An Eccentric Judge. .Judge Underwood, of Rome, ro four i 1 vl. ( -r-minrr Inuri'm:- You have passed as good an examination 1 ic nsiml nnrborv- i . i , as uuai, pernapo better; but vou don't 1 at VOUr nreseilt ignorance. Drm'r h too I big for your breeches. Go round to the '" , . . , .....c.u.n,.,,,". , J,on C ,)e an- bet off upon a high key. ' 011 will, no doubt, speak .. grer" leal of ! nonsense, but VOU will have one onsola- tion : nobody will know it. The great lnaas of mankind take sound for sense. Never mind about your ease pitch in. You are about as apt to win as lose. Don't be ashamed of the wise-looking justice. He don't know a thing. He is a dead beat on knowledge. Stand to your rack fodder or no fodder, and you will see day ight after a while. The community gen erally supposes that you will be rascals. There is no absolute necessity that you should. You may be smart without being tricky. Lawyers ought to be gentlemen. Some of them don't come up to the stand' ard and are a disgrace to the faternity. They know more than any other race, generally, and not much in particular. They don't know any thing about sand stones, carboniferous periods, and ancient land animals known as fossils. Men that make out they know a great .leal on these subjects don't know much. They are humbugs superb humbiiirs. They are ancient land animals themselves, and will ultimately be fossils. You are dismissed with the sincere hope of the Court that you will not make asses of yourselves." Louis ville Courier-Journa I. Hydrophobia in Fruit. Two native gardeners and a little boy having been suddenly seized with alarm ing spasms, accompanied with foaming at the mouth, after eating a quantity of peaches, the Englishman to whom the peach orchard belonged forthwith pro ceeded to analyze the fruit. To his horror the juice was found to contain a consider able proportion of poisonous virus, a dis covery which naturally led to a close ex amination of the tree from which the fruit had been gathered. After inspecting the leaves, the branches, even the bark with no scientific results, one of the examining party suggested that the roots should be uncovered. This being done, the origin of the poison at once came to light. Be ing anxious to enrich the soil of the or chard, the gardeners had buried dead dogs under many of the trees, including the one on which the deadly peaches had grown. Under its roots lay the carcass of a defunct pariah, proved by appearances to have died of hydrophobia. After this discovery there could be no doub: about the source from which the fruit derived its poisonous qualities. Tiie virus of hydrophobia had first impregnated the soil, next the sap of the tree, and subse qucntly transmitted itseif to the fruit. Yet the poison appears to have lost some of its power in transit, since it is related that the three patients were successfully treated and all recovered." Lucknov: Cor Indian Daily News. THE MARKETS. t ST. LOUIS. Augusts, 1S75. Reeves Choice, $C.0OS(;.'2.-; Good to Prime, $4.3035.50; Cowb and Heifers. $2.2554.75, Corn-Fed Texans, $3.503 4.25. IiOGS Good to Choice, $7.1537.S5. Sheep Good to Choice, $3. 25 4.75. Flo uk Choice Country, $0.2530.50; XXX $5.40gG.0i. WnEAT Red. 2o. 2, $1.535 1.531:; No. 3, $1.3131.31. Coax No. 2, Mixed, C93 70a. Oats No. 2, 573 5Sc. Uve Prime, S55S7c. Timothv Seed Prime, $2.05g2.75. ToiiACCO Planters laisrs. $t.5-JA3.50. Medium Shipping Leaf, $10.50512.00. hay 1 nine ew Timothy, $13.003 14.00. RUTTEit-Choice Packed Dairy, 23 a 24c. Egos S3 lie. Pork Standard Mess, $21.253 21.50. Laud Refined, 13f314c. Wool Tub-washed. Choice. 50 : U: washed. Combing, 38340c. COTTON Alltltlling, H.'C NEW YORK. Reeves Native. $ 0.75a 13.S0; Texan. $8.00 3 10.00. HOGS Dressed, $10.25310.75. Sheep Clipped, $4.5030.50. Flour Good to Choice, $ 0.253 C.C5. Wheat No. 2 Chicago, $1.3131.37. Coitx Western -Mixed, S5gStTc. Oats Western Mixed, 02504c. Pouk Mess, $21.15. COTTOX Middling. 14 c. CHICAGO. Beeves Common to c hoice. $3.50 a 6.25. Texans, $3.0054.0'. hogs uooa to Choice, $ (.sosv.yo. Sheep Shorn, $3.503 4.75. Flour Choice Winter. Extra iCSOH. Choice Spring Extra, $5.5130.00. wheat spring No. 2. i.233l.23hf. Snnna No. 3, $1.153 l'.lfiii. CORN No. 2, 70(j71Je. Oats No. 2, 52g54c. RYE No. 2, SOc. Pork New Mess, $20.753 20.S5. Lard Percwt. $13.35. CINCINNATI. Flour Family, $7.00 3 7.15. Wheat Red, new, $1.4531.55. Corx-Ncw, 72 3 75c. Oats No. 2, 703 75c. Pork New Mess, $21.00. Laki Summer, 13a. Cotton Middling, 14c. KANSAS CITY. Beeves Native Steers. $2.75.34.00. Texas- Steers, $3.0533.50. HOGS otockcrs , $5.0036.25. MEMPHIS. Flour Family, $5.753 7.00. Corn Mixed , S25 sojio. Oats Mixed , 64 3 COc. Hat Choice. $13.00322.00. Cotton Middling, 14c NEW ORLEANS Flour Choice, $ 8.253 S.cO. Corn White, 92sJ4c. Oats GO 3 67c. nAY Prime, $26.00g 27.00. Pork Mess, $23.00323.25. Racon 10ii 3 14c. Suoar Fair to Prime, Sfff!.'c Cotton Low Middling, 13jc.