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THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 0, 1874.
8 JANUARY 1874. All cur goods, in every de partment, will be sold at great Jy reduced prices, in order to .reduce - ack before invoicing, February 1. We shall offer rare bargains :in - all : kinds of Winter Dry iQocdS; 'Millinery and Notions. IT. E. SMITH & AIRES, TItAOK 1'ALICE, 15UI1AICU4, IXD. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. ii:SKAL ilAKKET KEVIETV. KCrKY NOTES. T1j il uati on is. Chicago at the et ose of last v eek4: well stated by the Times: There was ere tha .t ordinary movement in mouefc-ry circles last week. There was no parti'Jx chaagf Lc the general situation, but as.i&:stoai&ry xjround the opening of a mew ynt, when huttlreds of maturing obli gations itiust be paid or settled, the banks enioved sc. unusually tctive business. F.t)m Ufce .penLrs: to the-ctoso of the week, Lor rroA ers patronized the loan market in a re vüi'.rkaWy liberal mincer, and with scarcely ivc eAcepIion all the. pramiment institutions fLSPeriencod more or. Iomh docility to honor nvän a fair rr cent of the c alls made upon 3 Ik ti tVr funds. Customers in Rood stand hi-and partic whoso necesj-ities were at a rLiauxtcr to entitle theri to some considera tion, were-aivomincditac tos me extent, but .dvos::.H r3 now coiipar afively small, v a ! :'wnfv xatLer clone, tbo feeling w; Xji: t!c unfavorable for . eyiplic.ints than for fbj, iKV.iuii prov iou8. If fait, tiie luan mar ie; ' -s ii:i';ientionahly closer than at any till! e-.'np Us3 ilwiuenco -er tb excitement thai tcrs tain L;i' wf il thy panic, and in money quar- iC-iiierablr trouble was su tiered to ob-d- j 'ouuts and other faron Co meet the leina id of tho .annual "nettle sient day." J.ori" largfi loans we.-e tiimost uni versal Vrefuseul ni tae backs, a a rule, xnnn V .their favor.-, frquonil,v to their Huston. kst to tH loans, or Veinporary ccomi. wtLationa. rStill, notwithstanding the market us unoomfortabiystBingent no par ticulars x.tiety was. shown ova. th S future. . Vf Jt l -C C- 8U M M A B V. TheTrr Vine giveaihe usual rovievr: The Chicago j duce .xoarkets war generally vvcLay, wiWi less doin, ext pt In tviur. ifftw pork was quiet and ftt'osing-atH 30al4.4C casbr and fcller i-February. ,Jird was tirm on Sat wheat and i unchanged, $14 7 all ?0 quiet and fk cash, and ' w'iigher, ,t losin? atS ÜOaR " WS MO stlkr February M ?ats were quiet am ders,7j.'a7Xc ! clear, and i tronf at iaö?; for shonl- V abort ,c"bs, 7'ic fer sb.vrt IQc for sweet pickl ed bogs were juici and at -Jjtia(; 30 per 10 0 fcues were less activ and bains. Dresse, easier, closing pounds. Highw steady at icic per i ter demand and &t tcllon. .Flour was ia bet- vnjror. heat was. cti ve la icg at tl Y1 cash, and ruary. Corn was ciuiet teg at 54c cash, and".5tV. and ljjc higher, cl Zl seller Feb and He higher, clo& 5.V c seller Februar ehade easier, at f. uata were quiet and Eye was quiet and isc lower, at .( cood demand and ac danced 5c, closing t ivancea c, clo 'tre dull and ?1 is. Live ho;s e dull and easier, closing at $1 S0(i$. 5i cittle ere airLy a.-tive and firm. Hhe4 3 wore steaily. IRON PRO. . t'ECTS. IKCIJ"E IN Tt It is the opinion of t had it not been lor the rt ri: DEMAVP. Iron World that itfyot financial crisis this yeai would in h3d 3,000,000 tons, L it is, it will not lrr million tons. the produc tion of pig Iron all probability have reac against 2,ST0,070 In 1S72. . reach two and three-quai The importatiri8 of iron i E 1S72 were 800, äad IÜ3.V37 tons tut nine months ttly.307,802 tons, nin. It argues, 'los, that tefore C"ö tous, in which are inclu of pis? iron; while for the L ofl87Stho iu1 porta were o including 87:& tons of pig i quoting other good authori the iron manufacture is resit tion of a year ago, there w id to its poi t'. havt to be inaugurated a general reductio CductioD. The cost of pr n to; great, and if the and labor can bo lessened to i ments of tho situation, the pro in thecoetof induction has i':ice of ore trt require- hacticn mar TosKihlv 1x1 kent no to its nresen volume ko as to employ ail tho furnacs. Th pneos of ore must colne down. The Iron Mountain Company, of St. Louis have fixed the price of ore at 7 per ton at St. Louis, bi iron "World does not encourage contra " t that figure nor at the ruling prices of Lt '. Supe rior ores at this time. It adds: Om thugis certaiD, the day is not far distant v 'in the idea of f hipping ore from 900 to 1,00 ' miles to be smelted will be deemed an ab. nrdity, except in cases where transports tiou cheap by routes that can be traver 9d the year round. The speculative build tog of railroads having ceased, the demand f w for eign raiia will continue to fall otl; bu ' the demands of existing and paying roac for uch renewals and repairs as they wb 'I be onipelled to make will, it is to be hoped, fairly employ the rol ting mills of the country. Our consumptioi of rails in 1872 was 1,472,832 tons, of which 'e Imported from Great BriUin 527,8.") to. t. Bnt in the first six months of 1873 there w as a Jailing off of imported railä of over fill y per rent, as compared with the first ai. c months of 1872. Iast year 7,779 miles o. ? railroad were bnilt, while the estimate for ' 1S74 fixes the amount at not more than 3,000 miles. These figures do not indicate that the prospect is very bright tor 1874 ; but they go to, show that in order to hoid onr market agalnot foreign competition and effect sales, the cost of manufacture must be materially reduced. To effect this, all must help, the 30-operatkn must be mutual, producers mast lower their prices, labor must be con tent with ie remuneration, and manufac turers with loss profit. I Br Teltgrapn.l MOXEY. STOCKS. ETC. Nkw Yore, Jan. 5. Money closed easy at 5aG. Sterling was qilet and steady at 433 for CO dsv, and 487 for sight. Custo ni rec. i pta, $4C0.0G0. Gold irrfgular,ckcdng at 111,, after selling 3iptolllJ. Lans were at Ci7 gold, and 132 for carrying. The Assistant Treisurer UbaxfJ ? 1,502,000. .Clearings, fC3,0O0,CO0 1874. Governments closed a trifle lower, in sym pathy with cold. State bonds quiet. Stocks opened buoyant at an advanco of 14 to 2 per cent; afterwards there was a still further improvement, but at the first board the market was irregular, with Jrequent fluctuations to the close. Transactions were very large at the final close, and the market was firm with quotations considerably above the lowest point. The strongest stocks were Northwestern, Kock Island and C, C. fe I. C, which advanced steadily without re action, btock sales from ten to two o'clock amounted to 1ST),000 shares, of which 20,000 were Western Union, 38,000 Union Pacific, 11,000 Wabash, 18,000 Facifie Mail, 9,000 Ohios, 24,000 Lake Shore, 13,000 St. Paul, 11, (MW Northwestern, 9,000 C, C. A I. C, 2,500 Kock Island and 3,000 Kansas and St. Joe. Sterling exchange, 4S3. United States counons, 1SS1, 117; Five twentieH, of 1852, " 1134 Ul 1SG5 115; 1S65, new, 115JSJ imi, 11; IstiS, 11; new 5s, lll)i; ten-forties, 113; currency 6's, 114. State Bonds Missouri, 91! i; old Tennes see, 78-'; new Tennessee, 80; new Virginia, 40: old Virginia, 37; old North Carolina, 25; new North Carolina, 14. Miscellaneous Canton, 76; "Western Union Telegraph. 70' ; Quicksilver. 30 ; Aduus Express, QV ; Wells A Fargo Expres, rj;; American Express, 60: United States Express,": Facifie Mail, 41?'; New York Central, luiij,'; Erie, 47?i; preferred, 72' ; Ilarlem, 119; Harlem preferred, 117; Michigan Central, 71' i; Clevefand and Pitts burg, 87; Northwestern, GO?'; Northwest ern, preferred. 74 ;t Kock Island, 104; New Jersey CihtraJ, VJ; St. Paul. 45! i: St. Paul preferrexi, 71; Wabash, 53 ; Wabash prelerred,71 ; Fcrt Wayne. 90' i, ; Terre Haute, 17; Terre Haute preferred. 35; Chicago and Alton, 103!; Chicago and Alton preferred, 100; Ohio and Mississippi, 32; Ckve lantl, Columbus and Cincinnati, 75'; Bur lington and Quincy,97X; Lake Shore, 8 VA; Coiumbus, Chicago and Indiana Central, 30; I llinoLs Central. 101 4; Union Pacific stock, 30;5; Central Pacific bonds. 93!; Union Pacific bonds, 83J2'; Hartford and Erie, 3!; Delaware and Lackawanna, 90! . WEEKLY REVIEW OF THK IXDIANArOUS WHOLESALE MARKETS. MpNDAT Evenino, .Ian.5. Every body admits Jhat it is hard collect ing. Business is trying to find its way to a safe foundation which is cash down. Vet some credit is indispensable to trade and it is very hard to know when to extend it and at the same time be sure that drafts will be honored and bills paid when due. As soon as this is fully determined and men dare to trust, business will le lively. Con sidering these aspects, business is fairly looking up already. For operators on Change in live stock, meats and grain, times are a HUle dull, for grain particularly so. The provision and grocery trade must come up from the fact that the stocks in the country are uniformly low. Cattle of the best qual ity are in good demand, and hogs are at their best, as prices are high and the supply is abundant. fThe burin? price for eraln and other produre af quoted, and the Sellins? price for Hour and merchandise, unless otherwise speciüed.l BREADSTUFF'S. Fi-ocr The trade i weak and dnll,and no change at all since lat week. Tlie home demand I all that creates any business. Quota tions a trifle highrr. VluoU-d: Fancy brands - T.j'ö.S 23 Family " (X)(a7 50 Extra 5 00h5 2-5 Low grairtee.. 3 754 50 Mill. Feew The oasnmptlve demand con tinues good. Bran and horte are quoted at V'i !.". fine feed at Sl and mlddllnKS at 5la. Wheat The receipts are liiht, but they have been of a Rood quality. Throughout the State the crop islooltin? vtrv well, with a larger breadth eown Oian tue past season, in st. LouiH wheat is reported to-day as being lower. Jted is c noted, in elevator, atfl:l 4j; amber. I 4011 oo. and white, none ui markeU Corn Not much doing in the market, except for TUe quotations given on grain are lor grain delivered in elevator. Clear yellow shelled is quoted at uJ a wc. oath There is a larjze demand for thin grain. with bat few ÜV-rnd ut 47c for white per&ushel, delivered lntK-vator. K ye But little on the market. Quotations are bW arm at c for eüoice grades. ifAELjev Quotation are held at fl Z BUILDING MATERIALS. lhe building season 1 not beufl, and for tkat rea ton tne market is unseCUeU, as no goods are bei: 1 1 handled. t lament is quoted at V. 35 per barrel. Flmter Pari a Michigan, li ziio; Aewn.:t, W 7a per Darrel. Ldme nuntinKtoa, jjc; iat ivocx, wc per i muliel. White mud, $i per Larrel. F'ire brick t Pr AL F're clay, Nc per bushel. Kuild lue brick, $rt öü,', according to quality. Lath, ine,5i 50. Hair, 35c per bushel. 2ails, 0osr U 50 ; 6s and 9s, f4 75; 6s and 7s, tö; in, 35 25. WINDOW GLASS. single Strength. 2d Qnal. 1st Qual. Cx3 to 8x10 . .Xj 75 itll to 10x13 Ö 50 1 2o KzH to 10x15 6 75 8 00 1 Is 1 1 to 12x1$ 8 75 ItilH to 16x20 8 25 lijcount fifty to sixty per cent, off above. COUNTRY PRODUCE. . The following is from the weekly price circu lar ot J. H Puad & Co. for Monday, Jan. 4, IS74: With the moderate weather for the past few days, the receipts of etjs has been large for this season of the year, we find lanje quantities of old, bta:o eegs coming in and hard taock to han dle; for such eggs we will pay what they are worth. We quoie oaly fresh laid eggs. If weather hould continue moderate, prices will soo!i go lower. BuTrr.r Receipts light; market firm for good roll. Poultb.!" Weather has been hard on dressed poultry ; great deal of ths receipts have been too IHwr to lorvrard East on account of soft weather. We advise our ibippers not to kill when the weather is likely to be warm, as we can not note you prices for such stock, and if you will ship you miuit take your own rUk. Turkeys, üry Picked We would rather pay oue (I) cent more for lry picked than scalded. Full dressed tcrkeys and chickens dull sale and at low prices. Geese and docks we want alive. Game No change In prices; market well sup plied. hkiViw please Cad our paying price.-. Eggs ty e oaote at......-.....-..-. 1$ Bcttzb W e quote prime roll - 22 " Poor wnite. 10(3 1 Baklnz Krease.. ......... 6 Ee-VBS Prime Navy 2 W2 50 Common mixed.. 50 25 6 9 50 30 8 9 8 Duir.rl APfLiü... I)bied Peaches,....... FiSATMEits Prime M... " Common mixed, dack..-. Pocltbv Dressed for New ork: Turkeys, per lb C'hickeuB................ Pocltby IJve: Turkeys, per lb... Chickens, young, per doz.. Fowls i TO 6 1 25 1 IA a oo 2 50 1 Oil 7 It (teese . Duck......... Gave Quails, per doz...... Rabbits, per doa ....... Squirrels, per doz..... I lAGS Tallow 5c Featu eks Quoted, new live geese at We; Ol I and mixed at 40c. Hominy la quoted at i 5nl 75 per barrel. 1 OPS At 4oan0c per pound. Honet a bought at 12a?2.o per pound. RAG Dull at lic per pound. On ions Quiet at 54 jumper barrel. V e beta bles Potatoes, i A)(l 2d per basbel. Hreet potatoes, 12 50150 per barrel. Cabbage, 12 lev barrel. DRUGS. Th er have been no new developments In thU marl'-et during the week, ana trade has oo a tin ned ull. AssafoeUda la quoted at 45j0c: vieo hol.at lttXttfUO; alum per pound. iytW, cam pbQr per pound, 3o(.f üc; oochineal, pound, v ()rxj;cDlorolorm, pound. 51 20) Ü5; copperaa.bar rel, per ound, creaxn tartar, pure, 4.xl7o: lnaigo, pound, ft 1-' 1 30; liooiice, t'al.ib, genu ine, pound, 4550c; magnesia, carb 1 ot. pound, L'ylüc; morphine, p. W ..ounce, f.5 753J madder, poundj itiSjisc; oil, castor. No. I. gaUou, 14 Kji w, oil, bergumont, pound, K; opium, ft 35H 75r quinine, 12 6X42 75; soap, ARtile, fr., lJ'-;ltc; Hoda, bicarb, kein, per poand.TVic: salts, ?pnom, pound, 4 c; snuff, Uarrett a pack, gross, J17; snuff, Gar rett's, per case of 4 doren, 516; sulphur, flour, pound, rvitic; saltpetre, pound, lu-ic; turpen tine, ö353c. DRY OOODS. The tendency !s to take la sail and cut down expenses for the next campaign. J-km Ivelp is engaged and the disposltloa is to proceed with care. Yet tue outlook is not discouraging and a fair trade is expected soon to set in. Trade regulations now are as follows: Net lioods Thirty days, with dlsxunt of one per cent if paid in ten days. Regular Goods Four months net, with dis count of five per ennt if paid in thirty days, and six per cent if paid in ten days. If not paid in thirty days, to be settled by note. Home few advances have taken place ou bleached msslins and prints. Brown Drilliio Pepperell, 1, Patapsco, L2o; tark A. l:5c, Lyraau H, 12' Ticking Omega A. 23c; ditto H, 2lc; Metheun, 22c; York, 30 inches, 2Uc; York, 1 Inches. 2ic; Conestoga, 4-4 extra, 2!c : ditto, 21c; Gold Medal, 4-1, 21c; Albany, 0c; Lewiston, oU incliea. 21c: ditto, ÄJ inches, 2te; ditto, 3 Inches, 27'.jC. Stripes Americau, lllJc: Whittendena A, 1 : Whittendens C, UJVic : Falls stjaidard. l:j'o.Uc ; York, Z'ic; Whittendens fancy. l.'fclc. Cotton fARNS No. 400.1; ic; 5iio, IT'-jJc; N'tj. 600, 15'ic; Coverlet yarn, 35c; Carpet ditto, Jc; 1'ouud yarn, :Hc ; cotton battings, 14 i24c. . ' Hacks American A. 31c; Amoukeag,: 31c; Stark A, 37c ; Great Falls, 35c. - . Prints American, y&jy.jc ; Spragues, 'c ; Mer rimac D. )ic; Merrimac W, 11c; Allens.D'ic; loucestr, tf.ic; Dunnells, 9?ic; Kiclimuiids, S)!c; Lancaster, i? jc; ttontoa, 10c; Gamers, 8'.c; Washington. Iikj; Manchter, '..c; Uiig?s,7c; Wamsutta, 7c; Tro3's, 6c: Arnolds, Cc; Albion solids, lue; Mourniuss, U'c: Pinks, lie; i'oeheco. lie; Faper cambr4, ifn; hih colors ditto. 10c. Bleached Mcslins New York Mills. 10c; 4-1 Hills, lie; do, U f, Kiventale, li'io; Itockdale 14c; Ionsdale. l-tyc; Fruit of Ijooiu, 1"c: Rse dide, lie; Chapman X, 10,' ic; Portsmouth N. loc; Vaughn U, !k; Slatersville , c. 1) M, lc; Stnyvesant 4,bici Wamautta. 17" ic; Blackstone, He; Hoje, 122c; Jabt-s Knisht, 12;c. Brown Muslins Atlantic A, Uc: Lanrel D. ll'ic; ditto II, lo'jc; Stark, IP'ic; Caott A, llc; ditioW, 10;ic; Nashua O, 11' c; E, 40 Inch, 12; auto Ii, ii;c: üjupire. c; Kenneix. vc; ew- Aiarket A l, llVjc; Pacific Ex, lie; Appleton A, nt Vernon, 10c; Portsmouth P, 5c; 12c; Mount Exeter A. lVc, Flannels Cantons Hamilton XX "lc; Ham ilton, Ktout, Itc; Hamilton XF, Vi: Tremont Y. lc: ditto T, He; ditto 11, nVjC: Massachusetts R, lOVic Plaids, Bradley, 47c; Kob Roy,3U(c$llc; Hierling, 34-inch, 81: all wool nlaid. ate. FRUITS, NUTS, ETC. ' The trade Is fair since New Year's, and growing lively. Canned Fruits Quoted: Com. Mountain Hwett, 52 8.'a2 90; Yarmouth, t3; Kensett, S2 2-" (i2.V; Capital, 82 50(a2 75. Peaches. 2 lbs, S2 it), 2 tw rtt2 75; ditto, 3 lbs, si tS-VSr 75; blackberries. 2 lbs, t2,a2 i5; strawberries, 2 75v; raspberries, 2 lbs 2-; whortleberries, S2 25ri2 öo; pineapples, 2 lbs, 52 75; green peas, 2 lbs, 12 75i 2."; toma toes, 2 lbs. 1 7.5V. 1 !J; ditto. 3 lbs, 22 lo(2 75; string neans, $1 75fi2; salmon, 1 lbs, 52 75(;iJ: ditto, 2 lbs. 84(4 2-". DjMETicFRUiTi Apples are quoted at SI 507f 5t) per barrel; dried apples, 6ii7c per pound; dried peaches, quarters, 7(j7ic; and halves, fcJjjl'J'c jer pound. Foreign Fur its Quoted : Lemons at SIKOl 50 per box; oranges, at S13y.U per barrel; dates, lOillc per pound; raisins, new layers, i N).'3; Muscatel, i-l 25t.j 50; Valencia raisins, iiM.i;!o: Sultana, 1'JlSc; drum tigs, lt'fllc; citrtm, .TiilOc; carntnts,)j'l0c; Turkish i r jnes, new, l.Vltic. Nuts Quoted: Almon!s, soft shell, C'.vi2".c; filberts. Ma; walnuts, French, He; Naples," 20c; Brazil nuts, 15c; peanuts, raw, roasted, FUEL. An entire new system has cone lr.to effect by which all prices are based on the hun- Idted pounds. The seile of prices of coal adopted auu ill J one it vi iuiiua ; Cents. Brazil block, per hund 25 Kuiiil rfplr- rr hrnirl Highland grate, per hund , Highland steam, per hund. ........... Pittsburgh, per hund..... Anthracite, per hund.......... Brazil nut, per hund , Brazil steam, per hund 22 .'.".!".!'.20 m ...60 IS ......... 15 Uli 4. JJ Stack, per hund..... Virginia cancel, per hund Indiana cannel, per hund.- ke i fc lor city. Wood Quoted at 56 50Q7. GROCERIES. Tliere Is nothing startling In rocery lines. Coffee has made a decided advance, and sugars must soon follow, as the upward tendency is strong, their actual value belüg above the quota tions to-day. The demand is steady and stocks show an accumulation. Other goods are without essential change. Brooms Common, 12 25; medium, 12 50ä3; ex tra. ! 50. Candles Star, lSJCOc per pound, summer pressed 13l4c per pound. Hotel, 222;jc. Che esk Factory sells at U folic, according to quality. JoKrtE Roasting grades of itio are quoted at 29(ajl'jc; fair to goo at Hlrii-dVc; prime at 315 32ic: choice to fancy at;W(3lc; zl&Sic forLa guayra,and 3Svi40o for Java. Fish Trade is brijfhter as usual, after the holidays, and prospects of unusual activity. Mackerel. No. 1, barrel, f 17 20; half barrel ti.'O; quarter barrel, S4 75; kits, 51 65; No. 1 extra bnrrht-; half barrel, gM; quarter ban el, $7 60: kits, Jn0; No. 1 extra nets, barrel, SiO; half barrel, $15; quarter barrel, $8; kits.Jiii: No. 2, large, l arrei, S14; half barrel, 57 50; quarter bar rel, &t 7.; kit, 51 40; extra family, barrel, 513; half barrel, 8- 50. Lake fish No. 1 White, half barrel, &';i!15ü; tiuarter barrel, ft 50; kits. 1 40; family wuite.hal barrel, 51 50; quarter barrel, 52 50; kit, 51 : No. 1 ht'rring, half barrel, 51 50; quarter-barrel, 52 50; kits, l 10. Smoked No. 1 herring, per box, 40c. Codfls! , S'c. Smoked scaled herring, per box. ötv. ncioaeu iroui, j. moaeu bloters, per ior, 51 40. California salmon, per half barrel. 52; kits, $3. Holland herring, per keg, 52. Molasses N w urieana. .u'isoc per ganon. Rick CarolLia. SlOc; Itangoon, xAc; PRtna,9)5c Sugars Are fin uer hut not changed in price to day on the street New Orleans is quoted at lOVc; Demararaat lotflle. Refined Ls quoted at l&AftUc for exfr. A; lo;ioic for extra c; and li'allc for haih ,, , ,u spices I'epper, 2!). w,iitpnx, io&mc; c;uvts, 45c; cassia, 5t)(i.Vc. s v k u PS oaC e). Salt Lake, 52 3)fii2 S5; OWo river, 52 252 Soda English, 1t,yAn ;- Aanerican, 7ci7c. Soaps Indianapolis Ge Tan, c: Proctor A Gamble's, and Werk's G. nsun, 7374c. Bab- bitt'8, ltJöl0'4C. . . , t TEAS Gunpowder IS qu a h. .ju,i;i -7"; Imperial, ocuSl 20: Hyson. 5. '4 Aji Oolong, 60c(J 5l ; English Breakfast, tiO.SdC. Tobaccos ltoval Gem is qu4 atSOc; Moni tor Navy, 5HTi,H0c; black tobacc. k-j0c; bright navies and quarters, 53360c; am jcUs brands, 2o (tiic. WOODEN WARE NO. 1 tUbS a per deren, 510 50: ditto. 'r; No. 1 zen. No. 2 No. 2 ditto, 5'J 50; No. 3 L'uurnM. fiii! noil. ier uiizen. . - . do..510ctl0 50:No.3do..S)5Oiili): No. 1 1 Klarchurns brass bound, $21 22; No 2 ditto. tJO S1. No-' ash churns, 518; No. 2 ditto, flS; No. 3 ditto, tH; tave half bushel measure. 55 5.): hi v?. Iron bound ditto, W 5t7; keelers, Ave in m meal Reivm. 14-1. r- ditto IS. tl rii: () . luck- ets, two hoop, $2 252 40; ditto three boo V, 52 50 IUOCJ AND LEATHER. Tliere is nothing more to be said than tha he trade is very dull and flat. Quotations are un changed. jleather Oak slaughtered sole. I3l2c: b ui- falo, X.'-f7c ; harness, 34;ic: upper, per foot, 2-J fiJ)c; French calf, 51 75?2 5; French kip, $11 ; '; omestlc calf, 51 MI oO; kin,75cj?l 50: collat per dozen, $40(50; bridle per dozen, fciOgtij. HAY AND STRAW. A consumptive demand can always be looked for during the fall and winter months. A few dealers have expected a change in the course of a week or two, but nana weather up to date has kept the same quotations as last week. hay Loose rimomy is quoted at iitvais per ton from wagons. Tight pressed Is quoted at $UV4i 50, and loose ditto at $2)(21. and 5J more from store. iStraw Is selling at SO IOc per hundred pounds or at 54 5035 per load. iron and Steel. There are no new developments to note In this market, and prices are held firm at quotations. Trade has been rerr dull. Bab Iron If In oh to 3-80 Inches Xi lach to J lnch,4c; 1 lnebu 114 inch, round, 4-; io; other sizes at regular list prices. Pro Iron $4o52 per ton. Horse shoes Bur ten's, $77 25; Khoenberg cr'fl,$t 50. HoRSKsHoc Nails .itnm No. 8, 26c; AuSa ble No. 8, 25c ; Globe poi nted No. 8. 20c. Nails -Quoted lodto tod at SI 35 per kej, and maller Dürnberg at the osttal Pdvance. HtkkLi Sanderson's lmt tigllsh tool, c; American tool, 2oc; Hiring sleei. Iii Inch, 12.' ,c; Inch and over, 11c; luillplck shapes. 30c. l'oou Axen, Slramonds' patent, $14; ditto plain, 513 25; Mlshawaka sliver steel, 522. Cross cut saws, Atkins' improved patent, 55o per fool; ditto half patent, 55c; clipper saws,55c: Light ning, fic; carriage boiu, 60 per cent, discount from list. OILS. coil oil Is weak af the decline, although, there are large orders being received for it. Itegard lng oihu oils, nothing uwuu be said. Linseed oil, raw, ft'xfi,!); boiled, 51.1 01. Lard oil, current make, 6S.$70c; winter strained, 7V J Hoc. Tanners' oil. Strait's best, &V471K5; Banks' best, fiowtttjc ; liabrador, J)0(i.S,TC Refined coal oil, ISfthic Tor standard: tasollne, for lamp, 20(j25c; lubricating and machinery oils, i'Vjj il 25. POULTRY AND GAME. Since tho holidays trado Is raturally more quiet, but the prices are not changed. The following quotations arj the buying prices: Poultry Dressed for New York Turkeys, per pound, 8c; chickens. Sc; du ks, (13c. Live Poultry Turkeys, per pound, 6c; chickens, young, per dozen, 51 25; fowls, 51 50; geese, fr6; ducks, S2 50. Game tjuails, per dozen, 51: rabbits, per dozen, 75c ; squirrels, per dozen, 75c. PROVISIONS. Bulk meats are quite generally being held by first hands; market firm; fair business. At present there is but little bacon on the market. Bulk meats are held at ftc for shoul ders: for clear rib. Bacon shoulders at 7'ic; breakfast at 12 12!oC. Sugar-cured hams, Uil ic. Dried beef at lekaiTc L&rd at s.y 4c. SEEDS. Timothy Is quoted al IV, clover at $3 2-5; Üax seed at 51 5u.' TINNER'S STOCK AND METALS. The volume of trade at present being transacted in this market Is not large, and slitrht changes in quotations, and trade improving " since New Years. Tin plale is quoted, lor IC, 10x11, charcoal, lirst quality, at 512 50; IX ditto, at $15 00; and other sizes nt the usual proportionate rates. Copper bot totris, 37c. Brass kettle, 4ftc. No. 27 iron il, fic; No. 27 iron t',"6-10c. Moorehead's galvanized iron, 25 per cent discount from the list. Zinc, per sheet, 11c; per cask, 10,'Jc. Pig tin, straight's 3sc; bright and an nealed wire, Nos. 0 to 6, 9c per lb, and other numbers at the usual advance.with a discount of 2."ic for bright, and 2x5 for Laquered, by the bundle ; solder, tinners', 21c. WHISKY. Is at'tlve and firm at tile. WOOL. Not quiet as much doing as hist week. Quoted nt 2X;'i 0.1c for unwashed, 42c lor fleece ami ISiuc lor tub washed and picked. CINCINNATI IRON MARK ITT. The usual dullness of the season has prevailed daring the past week. Prices of Hanging Rock Charcoal Foundry brands were firm at quota tions with no inclination to sell for other than immediate delivery. There is but little iuquiry for mill grades, quotations being nominal. Aphy Hull & Co. Cincinnati, Jan. 5, 1S7I. LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Indianapolis, Jau. 5. CATTLE Tliere were In the yards yesterday 160 head. A good attendance at market sales, and a good feeling among buj-ers. The luality on hand was fair. Extra butchers' stock in good demand, ns it always is. Best shipping steers, l,2tH) to 1.400 iionnds, at 54 5ti; good butchers' stock, il 7-Vl; medium, S? 25fü3 5o. IlOiiS The re-elrts of Saturday and Monday footed up 4,000 head; Meiling at &a,? 2-5, same as last week; klllel. 1.JhO yesterday. Prices are believed to be at the maximum Iii view of Cin cinnati and other outside points. Supply from the country sood, and likely to l. SHEKP Demand good, but none in the mar ket: psoted atC3 50. (By Telei;ruil to the Sentinel. Cincinnati, Jan. ö, IJ-74. The receipts of live stock at Brighton and the Great Western Stock Yards for the week have büen as follows: Cattle 4,1 n Sheep l.löO Hogs s,7.(i CATTLE Stronger, with better shipping de maud. Quality good; all selling; closing htalter. The following were the closing prices per cen tal, live weight: Extra shipping stock . 95 2")5 50 Prime butchers' stock . 4 5Uk5 25 Medium- 3 754 2.5 Common 2 75(l 5 SHEKP Firm but quiet, with small supply. The following were the closing prices per cen tal, live weight: Extra ........55 00 Good to prime. S 50(34 50 HOGS strong and higher, closing active; all selliug at 5- 2aj oO ; shi pplng grades, $-5 255 35. New York, Jan. 5. CATTLE Receipts, head, making 720 neai lor tue week, against s.hii nead lor the same time last week. The Quality is fair, aver aging better than that on the previous Monday. The demand was moderately etrong at the open- nui me supply wiw larger innn any 01 me buyers looked tor. The market closed extreme ly dull at a declne from Wednesday and Friday of lirV. Upwards of 50 car loads are held back on the road, and about 25 car loads arrived were not sold. A few fancy steers were taken at l ie. nut i;4o was tne outside ngure lor extra native steers. Very common sou, at 9c; fair to good lexaiis ange! at '4 . SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts, Ü.PJ0 head. making lb.ooohead for the week, against 18,1X0 head lor tho same time last veek. The final ity is good, the market fairly sustained, and prices ranging at 5s7ic. with a few extra lambs at T-'ifttSc. HOGS Arrivals yesterda and to-day, ,500 head, making 22,7ij head for the week, against S5.13) head for the same time last week. The deinaad was weak and market drooping. IJve hogs nominally Vöc; city dressed, 6(7.Jc; Western, olä' iC. PiriLADELrniA, Jan. 5. CATTLE Demand good at full prices. Sales of 2,"M) head; extra State and Western steers. at 57 o0(iü; fair to good, at 0(27; common, at 51mi.S 50. SHEEP Firmer. Sales of K,000 head at 51: intj.s Ln'iuanu iair. i nces aavatcea. csaies of 7,ooo he:ul, at ftiai M- PITTSBUKG JIL MARKET. PITT9BÜKO, Jan. 5. Crude petroleum In active demand ; Kales at S'l iUf.tl 12'i. lieilued is quoted at U)-js, with no sales. GENERAL MARKETS. Monday. Jan. 5, NEW YORK. Cotton doll; middling uplands, l'j' ic; future closed weai; salesof ao,i'jOf bales as follows: January, lj ll-;j2c; hebruary, l.y'-.tm 15 2.V32o; Marclf, 16-4'I6 v-32c; Avrll, 1611-loc; :iay, io-. 0.1 3-itx;. riour iainy active and high r; receipH, 14,0"0 barrels; superfine West ern and State, siH!k;J20; common to good, 10 70 Hi ; gooa 10 cnoice, 5 i)1i w; white wheat extra. 7 60js 10; extra Ohio, W75.ci,S 40; St. Louis, UiiW (ojll. Rye Hour steady. Corn meal firm; West ern, 51 1504 50. Whlsay flrmer at 97c. Grain- Total stock of erain in store on Januarv 3 Wheat, 1,211,000 bushels; corn, Lltd.OoO bushels; oats, 001,1 w oustieis: rye, w bushels: barley. 20H. oud bushels; malt, lo,o0 bushels; peas, 17,000 bush es. Wiieal more doing and higher; receipts, e.wu Dusneis; ro. i spring unicago, 1 )(i 0: No. 2 Milwaukee, 5162 63; Jowa spring, 1 5üj l ttr Northwestern spring, 51 62; No. 1 Minne sota, 51 64 M &; No. 1 Milwaukee, 51 06; white ppriug, 5156(Ttl70; amber State, 51 68; winter red Western, 51 62r$l 65; amber Michigan, 51 68. Rye quiet. Barley more active and firmer; West ern, tiu aiaii nnenangea. 10m scarr.o ana firmer: receipts, $,uu) bushels; Western mixed, in store, fclc: ditto afiot, K4(H5c ; new mlxod Western, atloat. 82(S.c Oataflrmer; receipts, 22.1 HI bushels; mixed Western, 63&61c; ditto atloat, (i64lO. Hay and hops unchaneed. Coöee quitt ; lila, 23Yär7c2gold. Sugar firm ; fair m k"uu reuniuK, '7 molasses, rice ana petroleum unchanged. Turpentine quiet at 4iV$42c. Egscs quiet; Canada and Western, 283 fte. irovisions Perk stronger; new mess. I '16 4!49l 75; prime mess, 15; extra prime, 1 i l' March, 516 .rO. Beef and cut meats no ch. VJKi. Middles Fteady; long clear, SrokSjc; sho.'1 clear, 8c. Lard stronger; prime steam, 9ic . January, v'(fl ; r eDruary, i o-i(Jyjy;-:c ; March ti.c BatUsrUrm; Western, 24(ä3Jc Cheese un chang.'l- DRY GOODS. 1 be tra0 movement continues slow from first htt-.rU. an.T jooong orancnea are uuu. cotton go -d are x'try firm, with an upward tendency. F ne bteach ed shirtings and sheetings are olosely s-lil up and drm. Agents are showing some new sonu styles iu priuuiauii worteuureii laonei. Tht Da ly Bul letin days the weather is advers to spring wool ns, but fancy worsted coatings aa in brisk denacd. . sr. IA3UIS .5otton firm, unchanged and good b'l-i' es-t; middling. 15c. Fleur fair and fit m frr in .r a id medium grades and prices unchanged. v heat active and pfieos dvanced; o.2.sprlng. 8t v.inl 2 No. 3 ail, 51 44. Coro firmer; No. I mixed, olEast track; 625ic lu elevator, fir ! J inuary ; tOc Mai ch. Oats In actl vedemand ami pi Ices advanced ; Wo. 3, 42342c. East track, wucin elevator. ILriey t-ad ; Iowa spring, 51 ihhI 15. Bye dull and nicuadged at 8O&6U3. w hi-kv firmato. Pork Arm at $14 t)$lb. Dry salt meats flrmer;ctty cured held big er a' 6?c, u:, 7',..c. ijc and 8c; sales of county pork house siiouiiieM, i5 d ivs old. at &Xc; ditto, 4üdi.ys old, i . brnary; city shoulders, c.s.'ller and buyer ivifcrcti: clear sides, HliC M rch. Bacon uom-lii-iily higher ar.d little out of smoke; jobbing s;iderd.r lots, 7c,8;4c and tf;'ic; salts of ciear I iUe v 0, Ul half Jaauaxy. Lardtlrm at spot; 85 February. Hogs Arm, shipping, 51 K5 Qi; packers, $5 2i)(S&5 40. Cattle quiet, flerings poor; through Texans. fl 50:J; good to prime Texan and Indian, 5.3 50; good I choice na tive steers, Jl 4-Vi5 5o. Receipts Flour, 6,000 barrels: wheat, ;i,(M) bushels; corn, 9,000 bushels; oats, 17,m)0 bushels; barley, ö.tiuii bushels; rye, 5.UJ0. bushels; hous, 9,120 head; cattle, 1J90 head. UlNDON Tlie rate of discount In open market for three months bills la Sli percent ro 3 below Bank of England rates. Amount of bullion gone into bank balance to-day CVJ.Ouo. Consols, money. oi;:g,i-; itwtiuai, si'niv I" l ve-twentles of IStii, 107 ; 1S07. 107'; ten-forties, 104'; new lives, l'ßli. New York Central, 3; Krle, Wjm? i Erie preferred. Tnnniin :'1h I.ir,..li oil.üH !M. Tallow. 42s PARIS Rents m Ulc. FRANKFORT Five-twenties of 12.B71' LI V'E1U001j Cotton quiet ; middling uplands, S;is)-d ; Orleans, 8' :ß ; sales of 12,t)oo bales, Ameri can 6,!)J0: speculation and export, 2,000; sales of uplands, nothing below good ordinary, ship ped leeeiiiber and January, Sd ; shipped Jan uary and February, S l-itxl ; snipped, February and March, (ü.'l; nothing below low middling, deliverable January. 7 1iöl; sales of Orleans, nothing below good ordinary, shipped leoeni ber and January, s'.c; nothing beiow low mid dllng, deliverable .Nlarch. 1. Uresis' ulTs uu- changed. Clieese, 67s 6d. Pork. 67s 6d. Cum berland middles, 4(m d; short -rib do, G7s kl. lk?ef, Ms. Tallow rss. CI NCI NN ATI Cotton dull and unchanged at lo'e. Flour tair and firm. Wheat scarce and linn at 1 4 'al 55. Corn stead v at 5.V.Vc. live in fair demand end market Arm at sCc. Outs dull at 'Ui!. Barley in fairlemand ami mar ket firm at SI :iö3l ). Oats, unchanged. Ers, butter and cheese iu fair demand and market flrin. Pork nominal at 5i5 Lard fair; prime Kteam lieltl at tf fi; kettle, sales at Kj4e. Bulk meats fair and tirm at ,'c, 7'ic and '4'c, packed. Bacon fair and firm at. 7', ,c, s'c and H'c. ireen ments steady at 6c, 734c and 7,' ic. Hams, St . .0c for IS and 16 pounds average. Hogs in fair de mand; ranze', S5 2ö(5 45; light shipping, 55 25ii a rweints, .sm head; shipments, 2,715 head. Whisky, demand gool at Vie. BALTIMORE Flour quiet ard unchanged. Wheat steady: choice white, 51 M(tl : fair to prime.Sl Z'Mn I soe choice amber, fei vVl S7; good to prime red,S 1 7vl xj; common to fair, Si 00 1 6j: Ohio and Indiana, SI 6t!ci 1 70; Western ani ber, SI 50rAl ; Pennsylvanl stronj: mixed Western, 7yäsi,c. Oats quiet and firm; Western, 50, iVk!. Rye firm at DOOsc. Provisions strong and quiet: Mess pork, 516. Bulk meats shoul ders. bl4c ; clear rib sides, 7;'4'c. Bacon shoulders, 7ic ; clear rib sides scarce at KJc. lard firm at V3'c. Susar-curwl hams, I2 llc. Coffee very strong at 25,27c. Whisky quiet at 7c. Putter unchanged. MILWAUKEE Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat steady; No. I Milwaukee, 51 tl:.; No. 2 altto, fl 2i'; seller February, Jl 21. Oats dull and nominal; No. 2, Ji7e. Corn fair and firm; No. 2 mixed, 57ic. Rye stead v; No. 1, 75'.1c. Barley fair and firm; No. 2 spring, 51 43. Mess pora, 515 Sweet pickled bams are-iirm at 91 10c. Dry salted shoulders, 5' .'.c, loose. Larl held lirm ly;kettle. He; steam, fclvlic. Hogs steiuivat S- 50($ 25. Receipts Flour, 5,(100 barrels; wheat, 121,000 bushels; hogs, 2.000 head. Shipments Flour, 7,tMJ barrels; wheat, 42,000 busheis; hogs, none. PHILADELPHIA Flour steady: superfine, 51 5t(!4 5i; Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota, ex tra family. 56 75.1.S; Mate, Ohio and Indiana, extra faKiily, ?7 75,-v8 2.5. Whest quiet; red, 51 55.11 tin; amber, 1 meal 72; white. cl 75'äl N5. RyeO-'c. Corn lu limited demand; yellow, NSc old;"7V new. Oats steady ; white, W&.Vc; mixed, 52'; Vc. Provisions fairly active. Mess pork, S10 .ieialT. lVtt hams 2I:2; smoked hams, Hci l:se. Hams in pickle, Mm.iI. Petroleum dull ; crude, S1i'jV;c; refined, Vi'follc Whisky steady at !wc. MEMPHIS Flour demand light and holders firm atS'i j.! jo. Corn meal dull and declined at S I a'fij'l 2". Corn, demand lair aud priced ndvanc- d; 6S(;,7oc. Oats held at 5.5c. Hay tirm at $17. Bran, market bare. Butter lair and firm at 2tii ."fcic. E?gs dull and drooping at 23(tj2c. Lard dull and dedined at h-.'Jftfrc. Mess p,rk nom inal at 51t!, Bulk meats lair and firm at 6'c, H'.s. 7'4c and He. Hogs in fair demand aud prices ad vanced; 86((j7 for dressed. Potatoes, stockt withdrawn ; anticipating higher prices. t TOLEDO Flour quletand unchaneed. Wheat dull; No. 2 white Wabash, 5161; No. 1 whlu Michigan, 51 52; extra ditto, 51 62; No. 2 cana. red, 51 4i. corn dun; nigh mlxixl cash and sed, 55 20. Dressed hogs weak at 56 Sj. Receipts 3,000 barrels, Hour; 17,00 bushels wheat, 04,000 ousneis corn, o,uuu Dusneis oats, shipments none. NASHVILLE Cotton steaVly at W-tmMe. lour quiet and unchanged, at Sd 50(S 75. Wheat quiet and unchanged, at 1 ixl 55. Corn, 65c, Oats, 55c. Cotfee quiet and unchanged, at 27 AJOc. Sugar unchanged. Provisions in good demand at full prices: Lard, c Bulk shoulders, 6,'4'c; clear ribs, 7c; clear, 77icsc Bacon Shoulders, ic; sugar cured hams. 10c. Whisky in fair demand and market firm, at DETROIT-Flour fair and firm at 57 5flS Wheat active and advanced to $1 60; No. 1, 51 57 (i.l ay; amber, 51 4öJi 4,. Corn steady at 62!-.c. Oats: demand good at full prices; 4S,löc Hogs, 56 .'SO. Clover seed, 55 15. Receipts Flour, 2,(io barrels; wheat, 11,000 bushels; corn, 6,000 bushels; oats, 3,0ti0 bushels. Shipments Flour, ju oarreis; wneai, iu,uuu Dushels; corn, 400 bushels; oats, 2,000 bushels. IXJUISVILLE-Cctton qnlet andstealy; mid dling, loVie. Flour fairly active at ? 2.i(ir7. Wheat firm at tl 45ftl 60. Corn in good demand at 51 55c. OatsRU-adyat 47Q50c. Provisions steady; uttie aemanu: Aiess pors held at ia .r)0i(i, ljird steady; tierces, O'iä'Jc: kegs, 10Vi(loV-c; prime steam, KJaC. Bulk meats steady at 64c, "''c, TJic,T; jo aud Sc loose. Bacon steady at "i&i 4 Jie and 9c. Whliky quiet at 93i(91c. CI.EVELaND Wheat dull and unchanged. Corn steady at 3566c for old mixed; j2&ti.'5c for new ditto. Oats quiet; No. 1 Siate. 4c; No. 2 01110, ihc, i-etroieuin nrm and steady at lie for siauciaru wnue, car lots. 03 WEGO Wheat unchanged. (rn dull at71 4 JC uivriey sieaay ; prime uinaaa, ai uo. rpiIE CENTAUR LIMME.MN Allay palDS, subdus swellings, heal burns, and will cure rheu matism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or niuKcle atlint. The White Wrapper is for family use, - the Yellow Wrapper lor animals CLirpr Tice 00 cents ; larg bottles, 51. CHILDREN CRY FORCASTUttU. Pleas ant to take a perfect substi ule lor Cssror Oil, but more efilcaci jus in regulating the stom ach and bowels. JOSSLLTXS NORTH INDIANAPOLIS ADDITION, No property is better located in Indiana polia than the above, being south of Crowi Hill, on that high and very desirable grounc fronting on Michigan avenue, known ai "Picnic" Grove. The street cars are run ning, past this beautiful property. Sil large manufactories, located in immediate vicinity of this addition, three of which art nearly completed. These lota are being pul upon the market at a lower price for then size and the beauty of the ground, than any others in this city. Parties wishing, can purchase on monthly Installments. Will accept in exchange for above prop erty (rood farms, timber lands, town and county bonds, mortgage notes, etc. Office, 21 and 22 Baldwin's Block, corner Delaware and Market streets. H..R. JOSSELYN. DESPOND Uriel. MLtOU Wal,iilrM Anxiety l 1 FdMaJjUJ Mind. Defect a Mind. Defectlvi Memory. Baehfulness, Weakness of mind an ti. il trouble caused by Nervous Debility tstl'T cured by the only known and sure rem usJ at the WESTERN MEDICAL INST1 t(IT -7 Sycamore street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Nc rqalml of responsible persons until cured Send two Stamps for 'rxrrnlr of v)vloA $1.50. THE SVkSlKY A Montblv Maeazlne for Yonnar Readers. Su- Cerbly Illustrated, irgend for sample nnm er. Now la the time to subset) be. JOHN L SIIOREY, 8 Broom fie d street. Boston. tTTANTlCD Females with cnronlc Clxcases to con mW i . u i un . .... . ... . . . II buh un rann, shiiiiikvoq HLfiri. (toora-'fe lgltt M to nlae r. H, hen4 stamp tor circular. January, owe; February, vc; March, ea'4c;new, ooj'ic; low mixed new,564c; no grade, 5c: new, 50c. Oats steady: No. 1. 4c; No. 2.41 V.&. Clover M EGETABLE SiaiUM . HAIR HENSWER.. Everv year increases the populari ty of this valuable Hair Prqaration ; which is due to merit alone. We can assure our old patrons that it is kept fully up to its high standard; and it is the only reliaV.e and perfect ed preparation for restoring Gray. or. Faded Hair to its youthful color, makinjj it soft, lustrous, and silken. The calj, by its use, Ix-comcs white and clean. Jt removes all entplioiw ami lainlrufl and, by its tonic prop- crties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimulates and nourishes the hair-jrlands. By its use, the hair grows thicker and stronger. I baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, anl will create a new growth, except m extreme oll age. It is the most eco nomical Hah: Dressing ever used, it requires fewer applications a;id gives the hair a splendid, glossy appcarance. A. A. Hayes hl.l)., Stat e Assnyer of Massachusetts, says, uThe constit uents arc pure, ar.d tai' f illy selected for excellent qutlity ; and I eoiuhier it the Di:st lV.r.v kation for its intended purposes." SuUl by all Dntgfit. and Dealer in Medicines, Price One Dollar. Buckingham's Dye. FOR THE WniSKEKS. As our Kencwcr in many cne requires too long a time, and 1t rui'.-h care, to restore gray or :ded Whiskei-s, we have prepared this dye, in one preparation ; which will quickly and eileetually r.ceoniplih this result. It is easily applied, and produces .1 color whid ii will neither rub nor wash off. Sold by all Dni"rists. Price Fifty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL, L CO., Nashua, i:.n. pOlßTil (CAM) CIFf COMBI For the benefit oi the FUELI0 LIBEAEYOP EEUTUOir. OVEK A MILLION IN BANK. Success Assured. A FL'LL DRAWING CERTAIN On Tuesday, 31st of March, Next. In order to meet the general wish and erpecta tlon of the public and the ticket holders, for 1I10 fnll payment of the magnificent gifts announced for the Fourth Grand Oifi Concert of the Public Library of Kentucky, the management have de termined to postpone the Concert and Drawing until Tuesday, the 31st of They have already realized March, 1874. OVER A MILLION DOLLARS, And have a great many agents yet to hear from. No doubt Is entertained of the sale of every ticket before the drawing, but whether all are fiold or not the Concrt and drawing will pool lively and unequivocally take place on the day now fixed, and if any remain unsold they will be cancelled and the prizes will be reduced lu proportion to the unsold tickets. -Only tiO.UuO ticket have been issued, and 12,000 CASH GIFTS, $1,BOO.OOO Will be distributed among the ticket holders. The tickets are printed in coupons, cf tenths, and all fractional paits will be reprzaaated ii the drawing just as whole tickets sua. LIST OF GIFT3. One Grand Cash One Grand Cash One Grand Cash One Grand Cash One Grand Cash 10 Cash Gifts, ) Cash Gifts, 50 Cash Gifts, KO Cash Gifts, 100 Cash Gifts, 150 Cash Gifts, J50 Cash Gifts, 'S-JaCashGlft8, lljlAW Cash Gifts, Girt Gift Gift iui,oue , . 25,0' tt , 17.-VJQ , loo,tc , 1),0) . 60,(Jl) Gilt Gift f 10,000 each 6,000 each. 1,000 each AX) each 4M each 300 each Z 0 each lot) each 60 each ),) I.0HU 45,00 550,000 Total, 12,000 Gifts, all cash, amounting to $1,500,000 Tbe chances for a gift are as one to ii vo. PRICE OP TICIII2TS. Whol'e tickets, $50; halves. 525: tenth, or each coupon, i-Jeven wnoie ucüeu ror &v(ju; tickets f.irsi.uw; n.iwnoie cneis lor a. whole ti ckets for SKumk). No diMwaiv ou lei than worth of ticketa. ine Fou rth Gift Concert will be conducted. In all resiect V like the three which have already been lven. and full particulars rati? beleamvl from circniP rs. which will be seilt free ftom this oülce to all ho apply for them. Orders for ti cketaand application! for agencies will be alten led to in the order they are re ceived, and it hoped they will bo sent in promptly that 1 4iere may be no disappointment or delay in fllL'ng all. Liberal terms given to those who buy U' sell again. All agenta are rprmr)torilv reou'ired to settle up thoir account and return all uns"id tickets by the 2utb day of March. tuün. ü ukaailjite, Ae-ent Pnblle TJbr.VT Kentucky and Manager Gift Concert, Public Library Luildiug, Louis ville, Ky. QHKAP MUSIC , Par Adviiced Piano Play-For Siaeers aad Toutr rs. l'lasUts. Pianists desiring good Send 30 cents for Pe- Music at a low price, should send 60 cents for a copy of "La Creme de and you will ret it worth of new music. Every la creme." , very num number con tains roar or six Dongs, and four or five .Vnstru.'centai pieoes ber contains from 2 to S3 worth of good Mnsic by such authors as Hei ler, Liset, Voss, Knne. etc. bysueh authors aa Haya, stewart.Thomas4anks, K.inKei, plc Fiihr.Rhvl mnathlr.SS Published monthly, 50j cents per number ; H per cents per number ; ft per year. year. PEARLS OF MEIaDT. A splendid collecUon of Piano Mnsic of medi um difficulty. in boards; cloth ,'d-J?'i' Address J. L. PE lERa. 699 Broadway, Box 5fJS, ew orX. QI2IKXB, DAVIS CO (XsUbUsbed 1850. tncorpcrated 1S71, UAVur AcruaxaA o Portable and Stationary Stesm EnginetT C Boilers and Circular Sau Mills,1 b.cö kt. ikyorftblT Known ü-ouKiiou.. cae Cnlt4Ml State for tblr excvllent nropcrtioi r.iy of work In;, strength and durability. .Tht- 8term Ktn poMess mD7 sdvanUcea over otht-m. a'i their iw nulls are famished witt) tbe c-leLrtud 'Miners' Fat Dtllead Blocks," or tha 'Htuleys' P.te..w," the two bst UIkr8 known towrmll men. 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