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I BY TBZBOBAPH , 1.00DON, May I.9.Amount of bullion gone into tbe Bank of England to-day on 4111am1262,001. ' 3ilonutzsn, May Davis Co. are announced as having failed. Liabll Mies not stated. ' , LONDON, MaY19.Among the persons . lost by the wreck ot the Cadiz was John Morse, a Detroit dentist. . Bammoita, May 19.--HOn. Jesse D. ' Bright is still lying at the point of death. Is now believed that he can endure , but a day or so at the most. , , GALvesrox, Texas, Mey 10.--A large Sre at Waco destroyed property to the estimated value of $125,000, on which there was $5,000 insurance. ' CAMBRIDGE crry, IND., MAY 19.The ""! races commence here June let and con. tinue four days. Great preparations are being made anti rare sport is expected. Tile purse is $10,000. , Lem:1ex,, May 19.A dispatch trom Latuicston, county of Cornwall, says a ' terrible conflagration is raging in that , town, and it is feared that the whole of IMO street will be consumed. LONDON, May 19,---The sides of the ' ' steamship Schiller have fallen in', cover ing the specie, the beet part of her cargo, -1, and probably a number of bodies. Blast ::': fag operations. will be commenced as ,,,. aeon as practicable. rEnu, 4De .190,--TheePeru Driv lug Park has concluded to let the 2:20 trot go, with Monarch, Jr., Harry Mitchell ' and General Grant entered, The horses named will positively compete for the. ..f puree, Friday, blay 21. ' WASHINGTON, May 19.Solicitor Wil , son leaves to-day tor Chicago and St. r' Louie, where he will take charge of the -whisky ring cases and work up evidence for the Government. He has been de :, tailed for this duty by Attorney General Peirrepont. lillOOKLYN, May 19.--The Beecher-Til, ton trial, at the opening this morning, 'brought together another immense , crowd. Mr. Beecher and family and !,- Theodore Tilton were present, and all the other notable persons connected with the trial. Ex-Judge Porter commenced bis summing up tor the defense, and has occupied the whole day without appa ,,rently getting fairly under way. . CHICAGO, May 19.Gen. Hinman, tbe '" new Superintendent of the Chicag-o Cue , ,.toni-house. bee left this city in answer to 0. la summons from 'Washington. It is un 41erstood that he is unequivocally in fa , Nor of tearing. down the present struc ,' sure and beginuing over on a more reit ''' able loundatioii, and he stated before leaving. that the Consulting Engineers and Chiet Architect Potter are of the ,' same opinion in regard to the matter. - WASHINGTON, May 19.At the session cf the Supreme Lodee of Knights of Py thias, held here yesterday, the Supreme Chancellor presented his report. He states that the Lodge is nearly clear of debt, though a year ago It was bankrupt. He urges frame. diate action to establish the Order in foreign muutriee. He says that he bae already applications for introducing -4 branch lodges late Holland and among :'' European residents in South rice. He states that a memo rial has been received from the Oahu Lodge. of Ilonolulu, composed of American residents of that island, who complain that the word "white', in the Constitution of tile Order excludes all who are not Of Caucasian blood, and v. that bis Majesty King Kalakana, though he has received the nighest Masonic:1 tle ..gree, yet can uot become a member of , suis Order.--To-day there wits a grand parade of ail the Knights of Pythias in the city, numbering at least 5,000. They -Were attended by twenty-tive brass !,k, bands, and the display was grand ,and German Catholic Convention. The Convention commenced its after ' Almon session at the usualhour. After '-,', 'the ciLli of the roil, it was imanimously , that the next Convention of the German Catholic) Central Association be held in Philadelphia Pa. A motion that each 'delegate pay bis ,'43,ve traveling expenses at the next leen Tention, was tabled. , A communication was received' from . President C. M. Holloway, of the Chain - 'tier of Commerce aud Merdiants' Ex ',change, tendering his courtesies to the - ' members of the Convention and respect fully inviting them to attend during ?Change hours, from 11:80 A.M. to 1P.M. rti-morrow. The invitation was unani piously accepted. Mr. F. Springmeier ' hereupon aroise and stated that invite:-tione had also been received from the , '-aither public institutions. The lions were accented. , The Convention will accordingly at tendthe parade of the Fire Department at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning, after , 'which the Chamberof Commerce will be , 7' 'visited. An excursion will also be made to the House of Refuge, the Long-I - view Asylum, the Work-house and the ' A.; other local and public institutions. The , election. of an executive committee was then proceeded with. , The following gentlemen were elected r' F. liaefner, T. A. Greveri Casper Kroe ger, John A. Ostendorf and Louis Ernst. After -resolutions tendering a vote of thanks to the Committee of Arrange Inents and to all who had taken part in receiving the delegates of the Twentieth Convention Cincinnati had been unan Imously adopted, the Convention ad . - 3'4:turned, to meet again in Philadelphia 1' on Pentecost Sunday, 1876,, , - 110.-1. , - 4 - . Fire on tho Titbit Landing,' ,,,-- Considerable exciteinent prevailed ' lona tile wharf this morning, a little ;,,i. Ref 11 o'clock, occasioned by the alarm , al fire at the loot of Vine street. Hun - I" fired of people soon accumulated, think A..ing there was to be a large steamboat conflagration, as the flames came from t4z the vicluity- of the Mail Line wharf-boat. It turned out to be a flat-boat, that came L'. here 'rem Marietta with a load of grind ... 1 stones. The Champion No. 8 promptly , . ),e ettiMb alongside and with her hose quenched the flames. The origin of the .A'e. are is not known. . nal Pilth-etrest Perry Trouble. - a r,.. W. U. McCoy, one of the proprietors of the Pdth-street terrybeat, who deliv 4' red-himself te the authorities late yes terday evening on the charge of ferrying le 4 without a license, was arraigned Id the ' Police Court this morning. ,,,ti;., . Tbe particulars of the capture of the officers who attempted to arrest the ,z owners of the boat, and their consequent -..' mishaps, ending in being locked up,were mentioned in lull in last evening's liTaft. -1' ,,,;-. The case was continued till the 224 inst.. and McCoy gave ball for his ap .,i' pearance. Tills case will be a test oue, . and Mayor Johnston this morning vis '6 - lied the Messrs. McCoy, and has taken it under adviseinent. Considerable ' trouble is auticipated. . Mr. GI. W. McCoy stales that he is sole "u4ropriator of the boat, and that he has -A' romPtly paid his license when it was 25 per annum, until i was raised to $150, ..4J.but now owes the oity the license tax , tor two years. ir- Hie attorneys Messrs.' Matthews, 14, Ramsey ab Matehews, instruoted him that the license was too exorbitant and tieuld be very difficult to oolleCts - , zirzsr LOCAL , , WATER-MALIS beret on Gilbert ave nue this afternoon. : ' MR. ROBERT MCWADE left the city last evening for hreristown, Pa. A Lar of castings were stolen from A. C. Richards'. shOp, on Elm street, last 'fight. ' , r ' ' Tan Police Court this morning was in session for six hours and adjourned at two o'clock. r ' Abour four o'clock this afternoon a barrei of sirup burst on Walnut street, near Tun STAR office. ' , H. F. FOKSRT, was dismissed in the Police Court this morning ot the charge of obtaining money by false pretenses from Jake Gardner. , JOHN STABLER, of the County Clerk's office, was run over by a train on the C., H. & D. R., in the Vventyfirth ward to day, and se seriously injured that ampu tation of one leg Is considered neces sary. . , , FRED COmPER was bound over under the sum et zdOe to the Grand. Jury this morning, before the Police Court. Cowper is charged with cuttings with intent to kill, and waived an examin ation. . 'WILLIAM MORRISEY was arraigned in the Police Court this morning on a charge of assaulting ex-patrolman Hol land with intent to bill.. Morrisey de manded a trial 'before a jury, and the ease was set tor Saturday afternoon. MR. BMus:WE requests.usto etate that the row which was reported at his boarding-house was not a row, and did not oc our at his house, but that the whole re port arose from a light between a couple of drunken men ou the street, near his saloon. MR. R. b. WARD has identified, the lady's gold ruby-jeweled watch ' which officer Kushman rotted:in the possession' of a colored lad of nineteen years, named Henry Jackson, on Tuesday. Jackson is locked up at the Ninth-street Station on the charge of grand larceny. TEE Cincinnati policemen. Daniel Go ran and P. F. Kinney, who, yesterday evening, in 'attempting to arreet Mr. McCoy, became entangled in a row with the latter, were tined a the amount of $18.85 this morning, in Ludlow, betere 'Squire McCoy. The oilleerecame to the mark by paying their fines. MOST REV. BISHOS JAS.,1r. WOODS, of Philadelphia is suffering from a severe attack .ot rh'eu'matism since yesterday evening at the Good Samaritan Hospital. he arrived in' this city about a week ago from New Orleans on his wdy home, where hiris soon to be made Archbishop of his respective diocese. 3111. KECK was unable to attend the meeting of the Investigating Committee this afternoon. Meseta. Jones and r ner are making an. examipation of the books, but bad discovered no Important errors up to the hour of our going to press.- Mr. Jones, the private account.; ant of. the Council Committee, is making an examination of the Water-works books to-day. A MAST, named John Obadiah Hall, has been missing from his home, at lel East. ern avenue. iu Fulton, since the llth of this month. He was taken to the Hos pital on the 7th, and turned out on the lith, since which time he has not been beard from. He is about five feet high, smooth face, dark complexion and black hair; wore a black cloth coat, brown silk vest,, dark grey pants and a brown hat, , , THE oongregation of fit, Joint's M. E. Church are giving a Grand Bazar in the basement of the Church, at the cor ner ot Longworth and Park streets. for the purpose of paying off the debt onthe building. The basemeut has been hand somely fitted up for the 043011Siall. The largo number of tables are loadód with artiolos both useful and ornamental. and are rendered especially attractive by the presence of the ladie of the Churcb,who are working earnestly for the suceess of the cause. , Ovistezi Busing on the speolal force, vvhile on Ins beat last night. was called into the drug store on the corner of Seventh and Vine streets to cool down the spirits et Henry Armstead, who showed Indications of trying to destroy the property in that place. Armstead then unsuccessfully attempted to make mince-meat of Officer husker, 'who whisked him elf to the Ninth street Sta tion, where over $300 was tound.uponhis. porton. He was arraigned in the Police Court this morning on a charge of drunk and disorderly conduct, and fined f.5 and Catholic Union. The following business was trans acted by the Catholic Convention after our Hine of going to press with the first edition: A resolution was declared in force, that ell applications of Societies into the Central Association be referred to the 2Ist general convention. A reso lution that suuh societies who should not adopt the neer Conetitution of the Central Association be regarded as excluded, wee tabled and upon reconsideration the following adopted in its stead: Resolved, Tbat all Societies of the Central Association give proper infor mation of the adoption of the constitu tion at the next General Convention. The Convention will adjourn to-day. 2he Delegates of the Heat Worn Dlocese. The 0.onvention of the- Southern Diocese of Ohio, at their meeting to-day elected Rev. .11.r. Young, of, Glendale, General Southern Missionary of the Convention. ' The following delegates are present: - Rev. T. A., Jagger, Bishop of the Dio cese; Martin Albert, Missionary to the Germans, city; Cyrus Bates, Trinity Church,' Newark; Alfred Blake, Grace Church, Avondale; : John Boyd, St. Luke's Church, Marietta; J. B. Britton, Church of the Epiphany, Urbana: Eras tus Burr, Portsmouth; J. Camp, St. Philip's Church, Circleville; E. B. Cart mill, St. John's Church, Lancaster; Rufus W. Clark, Trinity Church, Co lumbus; D. W. D. Cox, St, Petes's Church, Gallipolis; E.. 1.1: Cummings, Springfield; D. Edwards, Emmanuel Church, city; John IL Ely, St. Mary's Church, Hillsboro; J. T. Franklin, Christ Church, Portsmouth; -1.t. W. Grange, St. Paul's Church, Columbus; Rich ard Gray, city missionary; H. T. Gregory, Ascension Church, Middle town; Willys 'Hall,. St. James' Church, Piqua" Edward Irving, Trinity C hureh, city; E. Jewett, Christ Chinch, Dayton; Myron Johnsen, Calvary Church, Clif ton; John Jones Godtrey. Grace Church, Bedfordy C. Maples, Gtace Church, Potheroy; EL Morrill, Christ Church, Springfield; R. K. Nash, , St. Luke's Church, Qranville; J. F. Ohl, St.' James' Church, Zanesville; J. Rambo, Missionary at Bellaire" D. W. Rhodes, St. Paul's, city; John Rippey, St. Thomas' Church, Millord; J. N. bitial ger, Portsmouth; J. M.. Hendrick, Church of the Good Shepherd, Co lumbus; P. B. Morgan, St. John's Church, city; D. rise, Christ Church, , Glendale; - A. R.. Stuart, St. I Chureb, Chillicothe, G. B. Sturges, Trinity Church, 'Troy; P., Trinsly, Church of the Advent, Walnut ' Hills; J. 'Ilford, St. Peter's Churoh, Delaware; W. W. Waleb, Atonement Church, Riverside; T. S. l'ocumt Christ Church, oity; Chas. H. Young, Glendale. A permanent organization. villi be ef..i Meted We atierlioNis 7 - . ' .4 - ,,11011, CAPT. BRADY, togother With some po licemea froni the Third-street Station, last night made a suocessfur raid on the' houses Nos.' 100 and 108 Elm street, ownedrespectively by Sallie Harris and Lizzie Snyder. Both of the landladies, with Nellie Evans, Nellie Stewart, Mary Gibson, Jenny Gray, Mettle Wait, Tudie Rowland, Alice Hoover, were locked up, and in the Police Court this morning the landladies were each lined $25 and costs, and the girls each $5 and costs. , - ceetnarots. , Charles S. Cummings,- charged with grand larceny,. had his case oontinued before Judge Athey this morning. John Blake, for being disorderly, was let off with paying MarshaPs cost. Charles Newell, Thomas Bean, each with being disorderly, were fined $1 and cost for said offense. John Weyley, for sleepIng on the sidewalk,. was likewise lined $1 and cost. H. C. Coleman, for being dis orderly, was fined $1 and cost. Thomas Francis, was this morning arrested by Deputy Marshal Goodson on the charge ortilsorderly conduct, for which he left the city a tew weeks ago. The cases of H. Plieman and Sebastian Spiker, charged with retailing liquor without license, were this morning called befere'Commissioner Bostwick. Spiker was dismissed, as he was only employed by Filemen as a bar-tender. Fileman, however, compromised the matter through his attorney, Walter Cleary, Bag, and was fined.$25 and cost. Every effort la being made to stop the progress of the new street railread en , tarprise, and still the work goes bravely ' on. Thé injunction to stop the laying of thetrack will be ot little use in a few days, as it le expected that the cars will begin to run over the road by tire lst ot June. Willie the case is being argued the road will be finished and that Will end the matter. 1 The old Second Christian Chureh has been handsomely refitted, at a coot of , about $1,000. The special bommittee of Council. ap pointed to inquire into the failure of water supply at the regent destruction by fire oil Niemeyer's brewery, at Lewis . burg, met yesterday morning and made ' an examination and several experibients, The result of tha investigation seems to be that there was culpable negligence in regard to the management of the plugs on the occasion of the lire. The full re . port of the committee will be given at the next meeting of Council. The Crispus Attuek Lodge, No. 1,050, hive passed resolutions of respect to the memory of G. W. Durgins, their de ceased fellow-workman. ' Ernest Platt, a butcher, residing at Bank Lick, has been missing since Mon , Invitations have been sent to the Ma sons of Cincinnati, Covington tit New port to attead the Breckinridge funeral at Lexington to-day. Tile case of John Dean charged with shooting with intent to 'kill one,W. Stewart, will be brought before Magis trates as soon as the necessary witnesses can be obtained. - Itemporl. Monmouth street is being thoroughly improved with the broken rock from the Jail. , Jimmle Norton, the young idiot, who was some time ago arrested and sent to the Asylum, is again about the city. The Chancery Court this morning moved from the Council Chainber to the Criminal Court room in the Court-house. The Deputy Marshal is not to be found thismorning. lt may be that he has not yet returned from John's Hill. The editor of tbe Covington Tioket vis ited this city. We wili look for an able editorial onthe Market-house, Short-line depot, Post-ottlee corner, and other places ot public interest visited by that august persofiage. The Atm; Insurance company, of Hartford, and the Continental and Plies, nix, of New York, have withdrawn their them agencies from Newport, owing to excessive taxation. 'Mr. Purser, the blacksmith, exhibited a perfect plow only four incites long at St. Paul's Sunday-school Sunday after noon. Mr. Geo. Werdemann. who had his leg broken, and Adam Wagner, sr., who had his arm broken by being thrown from a 'buggy by a runaway horse last week, are recovering. - Yesterday was motion day in the Chan cery Court. The Turners' Gywnasium flag will be dedicated next Sunday. Wm. Nunn, a colored man, fell and broke his ankle while whitewashing at Dowling's book store. The puinping house of the Short-line Railroad, situated on the bank of the Licking, opposite to Colo's Garden, and containing the steam éngine and boiler. , pumps, itc., by which the whops are sup , plied with water, caught fire yesterday morning about ten o'clock, and was 'en tirely consumed. Six reoruits ayriVed at the Barracks yesterday from Chicago. Ten white and live colored recruits passed their seco nd examimition. POLICE COURZ , Drunk and DisorderlyJohn Mauer, John ' Ceilidh Thomas Joyce, Agnes Shay, each dis missed; Inemas White, )5 and costs; Mollie Mrannon, thirty days and S50. itsutarl t s Bu tmteerTsJe atteuhtel stias iazdF.riltem.k. Firm, John Moran, each 510 and costs. , Miscellaneous. H. F. Heckert,. false pie tenses, dismissed; James Sheridan, violation of railroad ordinance, dismissed; John Kaust and Thomas Dudley, same; bailie Harris, har boring lewd women, 5115 and costs; Mollie Evans, Nellie Stewart. Mary Gibson and Jen- 1 .iiie Gray, wigs., emit' 15 and costs; Fred. Com per, cutting with lateut to kilt, held to Grand Jury; W. G. McCoy, ferrying without limns. continued to 22d lust.; times McLaughlin, loitering, 45 days and costs; Nellie Lova and Mary ord, vairs., each 00 days and costs; Liam; Hanson, petit larceny, ten days; Charles Turbor, incorrigibility, House of Refuge: F. I Esterbrook, vag, 10 days; Lizzie Jane Sears, Agnes Buetz, wigs, each thirty days and costs; Hyman Morris, peddling without license, dismissed; Jas. Millen, burglary, held to grand Jury; L. Husnran, vag, dismissed; Claralteiner, street-walklug, dismissed; Ma de Waite, Tudy Roland, AMA Huber, vags, $5 and costs each; Thomas White, thief, dis missed; Wm. Morrisey, assault to kill, con tinued to 22t1 inst.; M..W. Kennedy, same... ADDITIONAL POLICK COURT DOCKET. - Drunk and DisorderlyMollie Robb, 525 and costs; Henry Armstead, 55 and costs.' Assault and Battery-31.V. litinnedy; 51-and costs; Chas..Wynn, SO and costs; Albert Gold smith, bail todeited. MiacellaneousHarry Lavrrence and Robert Tracy, house-breaking. eath 50 days and 505: Harry Lawrence, petit larceny', 10 days and costs; Jac. Wolf, careless driving, dismissed; Barney Determan, assault to kill;dismiseed; John Oronan, thief, dismissed; Lizzie Terrell, harboring lewd women, $16 and coats; Lithe carr, Josie Crawford and Carrie Campbell, vags, each 45 and costs; Likaie Talbot, petit lareeny, dismissed. RIVIIt ArZW.g. - This department of Tint STAB is a permanent feature. We propose to give our readers the latest and most rallable river intelligenee, and wail be indebted to our friends it they would mike the fact known to their friends and ac quaintances along the flyer. We will be pleased to receive 11QW13 of a reliable nature tor insertion from steamboilmen. The weather to-day le mild, clear and de lightful . , Boats Out To-day,--Pit3hpre, Exchange: Kentucky river, Dureka; Louisville, Mailbotit; Evansville. Fawn. - Leaving Thureday--8t. Louis, Tom. Jasper; Mempl4s, Cone. Milian Leaving baturdayliew Clawing, Thompson Dean. - ITAGI OF Till RIVEN" - - WheelingSOMA og feet and faillog , Marietta-6g feet and Iskliikei. - , . Char lest011-6 feet hi Kane Whit and , luntingtonEivbr 9g.feet and , ipolise-River falling. , ortsmoutuRiver falling. rankfortsKentucky and stationary.' LouisvilleRiver failing with 7t4 feet at the header the Canal, and fig fees full in the Falls on the pass. EvansvilleVW feet and falling. SitawneetownRiver falling slowly. ashvilleCumberland falling, with 7 feet 9 Inches on Harpeth shoals. Cairo-26 foot 7 inchee and falling last. St. LouisRiver rapidly receding. Little RockArkausas 7 feet aud falling. MemphisRiver falling. - PirTesuatt, May 19.ltiver falling, 4 feet 9 Inches. Clear. Then 60 degrees. Wind !south eaet. Arrivals and Departnres.There were no ar rivals outside of those reported already in Tim STAR., The only depertures outside of the packets, were the Miuneola, for Memphis, end Robert Mitchell, for New dean& Both had very good trips eonsideriug the dull times. .The larg'e and palatial steamer, Thompson Dean, in command- of Capt. W. B. Miller, will. arrive to-morrow from New Orleans, return ing on Saturday evening,. without fail The Dean, with but one or two exceptions, is the largest steamer in the New Orleans trade, aud as for elegance, she has no superior. Towboat Items.The W.. M. St ine, with empty barges and new barrels. returned heke from Aurora and proceeded to Pittsburg. The Etna, from Pomeroy, and the J. d. Neel, front Ironton, arrived this morning with tows of iron and salt, and will return with tows of empties. , Tile Mount Clare came in from Raymond City with one barge coal for Vevey auti four for Louisville. The new Cbamplon No.' 9, on Monday', made the run fromTaylorsport to Cincinnatitwelve mitesin one hour and twenty-four minutes. with only 100 pounds steam. The Grand Lisite haa arrived at Pittsburg. The Sam Brown has laid up at the Pumpkin , Patch and placed her tow in the canal. The Alice Browu is at Evaimville with eight barges, containing 2,700 tons of ore, aud is re pairing her boilers. 1 The uew boilers of the George Roberts will , be put on her to-daý at Evansville. 1 The Wild Duck and John Gilmore and barges left Cairo yesterday for St. Louie. The Ironsides and Iron Mountain are expect ' ed at St. Louis to-day. They will load there with iron ore for Pittsourg. The A. J. Baker, tug Lzura Barnard and E, Norton are at the St. Louis ore pile loading. The sant. J. Hale left New Orleans last night for Cincinnati, with 160 tons scrap iron and 2,000 bundles of tied. ' The Jim A. Wood and barges have arrived' at New Orleans. The new steamer Fawn is loading for Evans-, ville, and leaves this evening without fail, in command of Capt. A. T. Gilmore. The Fawn has come here to stay; and, as the river le wide and long enough for all, she is welcome. We eau recommend her to passengers and shippers as first-class in every respect, and tne eilieerk as gentiemen who thorouguly understand their besiness. The Fawn will carry freight this trip for all points between hetes And Cairo at ten cents per hundred. The Mimeos along the wharf looks rather briek. The river continues falline, having receded eight Mertes since our last report, with 14 feet in the channel by.the Water-werks marks at 6 o'clock this morning. The Andy Baum arrived Tuesday at Mem phis with Sts0 tons. She waves there to-morrow. The Vint. Shinkle loft Memphis Tuesday night for Cincinnati with 80 bales cotton for Pittsburg, a few sundriee and a few people. Capt. it C. Gray, of Pittsburg, is at St. Louis. ' The Utah loft tit. Louis Tuesday night for Cincinnuti with 60e tons, 2L0 of whieh la scrap iron, and 250 mieeellaneous freight. The.steamer Manitoba arrived at Wiunipeg, Minnesota, May 1.411, with 200 passengers, and 400 tonb freight. One hundred paseengers ad ditional landed at Emerson. Tile total. froight reeelpts rein:heti 111,000. - Captain J. D. Heftier has returned to the city, After being litidup some time with the fever and ague at Xenia. Major Whiting, of Peoria, HI., and Captain Pieadant Devoutly were around looking atdif ferent eteamera with a view of purchaeing for the St. Louis and trade. They inspect ed the Cons. Millar Fawn, Exchange and Kit tle liegier. They Intendoit not suited here, to mroceed to Pittsburg and take a look at .the uew Joint L. Rhoads. The Grangers' Association are negotiating for the purehase of the new Champion No. is for the Cincinnati and Madison trade. The Cluoinuati and St. Louis pilots have thoroughly renovated, repainted and refer .nished their elegant suite of rooms, and now are as independent as a millionaire, or maybe a little more so. Smiling, genial Captaiii Charlie Miller, of the New Orleans paeket Mary Houston, is iu the city, having come up from Louisville by rail. he Honetniee broken cyliuder will be repaired at Loui-ville, anti then she wit!. come here and load for New orleaus. The "Merry Haymakers', us the name of a new steamboat, which will plow the Wabash, between Evansville and Vincennes, and whica is owned by a gentleman of the latter city.' Capt. J.. C. George arrived here last eight from the bedside of his old friend, Hon. Jesse D. Bright,' who was In a dying condition when he left Baltimore Mouday night. air. Bright's physicians pronounce his ease a hopeless one. ,Col. C. T. Dumont is making. the new shaft and ninges for the steamer Warner. The New Orleans limes. of Sunday, says: "We learned on yesterday from Captain Wm. Wentzel, of the Berthis Brunner, that he has coutraetA3d at Cincinnati, Ohio, for a new light draft steamer', 100 feet long, 24 feet beam. SO inches hold, one boiler, two liduch cylinders, 40 inches stroke; will have a neat cabin on her. and it is expected that she will ouly draw 8 inches water when fully completed. She will be all ready for business in the latter part of August, aud is intended for Saline river anti Baron Bartholomew packet taptaius W. C. Flanders and J. A. Moffet, Local luspectors of New Orleans, have given their report regarding the late steamboat dis abler at New Orleans, and condemn mildly the conduct of the facers of the tugs Nellie, Dime and TyLr, and at the same give credit to those who lu skill's rescued many of those who bad to eseape to the water to save themselves from being burned to death. That's a very mild way of putting it. Won der what they got to !smooth the matter over for the tug wee's? The Rover and barges Arrived from Pittsburg thie morniug, boiled to St. Louis. Captain John Kyle received this morning the following dispatch; LiTTLE Reek. Bray 19, 1875. The Ashland arrived here at o'clock this moruing, and leaves for Shove at noon. Seven , feet and tailing. Cloudy. All well. , IL KYLE, Master. ' The Ashland is just one week mit from Cin cinnati. The bre at the landing this morning is m tinned m our locid columns. en , - . FLIVAA VIAL. - . FINANCIAL. Gold is firm to-day. It is quoted in fem.,' York at 1:80 P. M., 1164. Eastern Exchange is firm 'and active. The demand continues in excess of the receipts. No change in rates. Buying at par41-2() prem., and selling at 1-10 prem. Sterling Exchange is firm with fair demand. It is quotbd 487S. sixty days, and 190s sight draft, gold. There is a good demand for money to-day. It is readily supplied ou acceptable Taper at lokil per cent. Southern Railmad 7.80 bonds are in fair de mand and steady at 104 with int 'rest. Other local securities are quiet, with limited transac tions. Government securities are firm to-day, with a general advance of AS from yesterday's quotations. The local demand iit lighter. We give the following 1:80 New York rates to-day: , - , Sold. Offered. Bid. 81 Bonds - ... , 124x. 02 Bonds llos 06 Bonds .. 117s 80Bonds 110 11tOs 06 New Bonds ItOt 67 Bonds 128S 68 Bonds 1040. ' ills New 29 110g ... .. Cr. es 1244 1244 The following is met uto P.M. report or Nen ork Steck Marketous received by Lee, ater. tett & 29 West bird street: ' stold. offered at. W. U. Teletriton i IN Pais. 284 AdA11:19 kx.press W ells. Fargo ki - 88s Amerlean ... U. S. ' - - nig N. Cent A. 66 prePil 123 - Erie , 28 &le, la London 22 2I1i Unties' .. 105,1t U. Lase &bare 61,4 - ; Clow, & Pitts. . ' ml N. Western com ". " 1116td , ttotp piAnd tp ltrot tau oul 2022Af. 80 " VteM.t.r.:4 .. ISM P "47 &on- Walnut . . .. Oh lo rdias Union Pao Fort Warne , lan. fil Joe ry. Mioth Cent tt the Illinois Ventral Falls Carlton 1:" , 99X . Illinois Ventral .4 Carlton 11,0 efl itaft00 & Alton Atlantio & Psolliolel , 3S 1.. 9I110Lilli ver ... lb 37X ranaina. "44 1St 142 , AIUMIA0 mn-40 110.-;k-1 CINCINNATI DAILY MARKEi CHWifiNATI. May19-2 P. 51. FLOURThe market Is quiet and steady to day. with little or no variation. Fancy is held at $6 2547 Ou; Family sold to-day at $5 60, anti sotto bran& are held at 25 10; Extra sold at 40(05 5u; superfine is neatly at 4 90(ob 10. and low grades are quoted 24 5044 00 per brt. Spring is worth5 5045 70. anti rye flour, 9006 20 per bri. CORfTbe market is easy te-day and geld. Good mixed is worth 75'.017e for both ear anti suited, and sale to-dity at that bgure; white is worth about the same as mixed, with light offerings. 'OATSThe market is steady, with little or no variation. No. 2 aril worth 60-069c for mixed, 69(070e, for white per MI. WHEATThe mareet has undergone tie or no (Mange. Good to choice red is selling at SI 3044 $5; pod to prime hill is offered at 21 85 41 SI, and white 218541 44) for fair to prime 'per bu. BARLEYChoice. fall is Quoted 11 60, and best Iowa towing 40 per bu, but the market is about nominal, tho offerings being almost to-) light to establieh any reliable quotations. RY16Iii quiet and sternly. The demand is midi:pate with limited offerings. No. is quoted 21'22(01 23, and No.121 25 per be. 'MESS PORKThere is but little doing, and prime city is (putted tla per Int Buyers are generally holding off. LARDle quiet and rather dull. Prime steam is quoted 1530, and city kettle 1530 per In. Holders want 30 per lb more. , BULK MEATSThe transactions are'very light. Priees remain steady. Clear sides are dull at 123ic; clear rib sides are offered at Axe and aliouldere quiet at SI0 Per lb, all loose., Buyers are demanding 00110tilini01111. BACONIs in limited request.- The Ira lugs are not large, hut generally in excess of the demand. Clear Moles are worth ill(04830, clear rib sides 12(012Xe, and elieulders IsNe per lb, aft packed. Fuger-cured hams are worth 133iCeii4e per lb, with only a email job bing dentapd. CoTTuarThere is a moderate &Maud-today and the market. is easy. We Emote: Ordi nary.1,230; good ordinary, 14c; low middling, i4xe; middling, 164c; good Middling. 153,0; middling fair, 1030; fair, 17e per lb. Salesto day, 425 bales; 0Weii in this market, 9014 bales. WHISKYIs steady and the demand is fair to-day, with sales of Well brls at 21 15per gallon. BEANSThe Market is very quiet, the demand being light with moderate receipts. No change ia prices. Best navies are worth 81 90 ga 10; medium, $1 00(01 75;, and common, 2140121 50 per 1,61. Bito0M-CORNThe market is rather duil, the demand being light, and prices aro un change. The receipts have been moderate. We quote: Green hurl 130; green stalk braid, II vt$120. and red bruoh 10e per lb. BUTTERChoice grades continue in good Consumptive demand with moderate receipts and firm. Medium and lower grades are neg lected, tite supply of each being greatly in ex- I Gesi of the sale& Prime to choice lots are sell,' ing at 2442Se per lb. Small lots of extra bring, Itade more. Medium grades are offered at 18(0 , 21e, and common white butter is quoted 11.1413s: I Per lb. CHEESEThe demand is only moderate but tee receipts are limited and there is a steady thought quiet market at 13i0i4e Per lb. Curl' EEThere is a moderate consumptive demand and prices remain steady with no es sential change. We quote: Rio 21a$2130 for common grades; 124,223e for fair to good; 233i(i5 200 for prime, and 2433525e for cnoice. Java is-worth 833235e and Laguayrii. 25427e per le. COALTne market is steady, witn little or no change. Sales afloat ard made at for Pittsburg, Se for AIM land and 64030 lor ()hie River per bu. The retail trade is moderate at previews rates. We quote, delivered to con diment: Ohio River, We; Ashland, 110212e; Raymond City, Hocking Valley, Muskingum Vadey and Kauawite, Pic; Pitteburg, 12,218c; and Kanawha Cannel, 21(022e per bit. DRIED Ir KU ITSDomestic is quiet with M U. or no change. Wd quOta apple 66)90; peaches Kitile for quarters, and 93241030 for halves peril). here is a moderate demand for foreign at the following retell: Figs, 14418c; dates, Nage; pruned, 0001i ; eitrun. 306538c: and currants, 731,(08e. Lareqaisins are worth 23958 15 per box. EGGSAre in modepate request with ample receipts and fresh lots are worth 18.3214e per dozeu. FEATHERSAre quiet with moderate de mand and dealere pay 4Sc per lb for prime live geese. GREEN FRUITSApples are steady. with a fair demand and ample onpply, and selling at 2243 for con-Upon to fair. and $3 50,44 50 for gO0t1 to prime. and choice lots brieg 25per roreign are in moderate demand and eteatly at 44,05 for oranges. and ;50,0 for lemons, per box.. HAyThere is a good local uemand, espe cially tor the best grades, and the receipts are liberal. The market is easy, but with no mate rial change in prices. 1Ve Quote No 1 timothy 228424 for loose, and 210022 for hard preesed per ton, on arrivai.' Common to medium grades are worth ;15419 per ton, on arrival. In store 22 more per ton is required. HEMPTfleperget is 6606, Mitt steady. The receipts are limited, with, mouerate detnauti and prices continue unchanged. nut Ken tucky worth 1 65,01 711 per toe; dressed is quoted 1230 per lb. IIIDESAre steady with moderate demand and sales about equal to the receipts. No me terial change in prices. We quote: ,Green hides, 004.30 per lb; wet salted, 840-1; dry 14.,215e; sheep-pelts, 75e4221 for good to prime anti 204.403i for Inferior. Itto'NThe mark, t is quiet and steady, and we observe no change. W e quote the following rates at 4 mos.. for pig-von per ton: Charcoal. hot blast Hanging itockNo. 1, 22.320; No. 2, do, 227 00028 00; uo, null. S26 on Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee, No. 1. V 003229 00; No. 2, ;26(6127: mitt. 226 ON stone-coat and coke iron. No. 1, 826428; No. 2, 250107; mill, 250026. Citure061. cold-blastIL R.. 240,050; Alabama, Georgia and tenneesee,, warm anti cold mast, $35(045. Blooths. Sete:t00. Wrought Scrap per lb. 102130; do, east. per lb, WAG; man ufactured fiat, round aud square bar, boil ed, 23.i(02,3ic; do, 'charcoal, 832.04e per lb; sheet iron, boiled. Noe. 10(027, 4,ig(05 8-10e; do, char coal, 5 7-10(000 per lb; horse shoes. 25 tiN 46 25 per keg; mute shoes. ;0 873g01 25 per keg; steel, American cast, 17421bc; Atuericau east spring steel, 12e: imported tool sta.1. 204 22et German steel. 9.01Oe per - MILL FEED--,-Tne market 'remains steady, with limited receipts and a mOderitte demand., There hae been no material change in 'trews. we quote:, Bran. 220,g2i; shipetuffs. $22o$2.1, anti middlings, $24:(02e per wn, all on arrival, and 22 more per ton in store. MOLASIsESContinuee steady, with moder ate demand, and priees are unchanged. We quote New Orleans 60(012e, anti relined turbos 426301 per gallon.. OILSLinseed is 'in moderate request, and easy at 70472e per galled, With liberal offer ings. Lard oil is steady and quiet at $1 20,151 23 per galionlor extra. Relined petrolettin is in moderate request and steady at 1821100 per gallon. '' Po rATOEsThe receipte of old are large and the demand is only moderate Prime to choice quatities are quoted itic oil 05 per hu in store and about WO less per bu on arrival. Inferior grades are worzh 75U800 per bu in toore. New potatoes are quoted 25 per brl with moderate demand. ' POUL'TRYTne receipts of live chickens are large, and' tvith moderate demand there has been some falling off in prices. They are quoted 28 50(04 60 per dozen, according to the sizeand cenaition.. Young chickens are selling at $4 T5 ner dozen. RICEThere is a moderate consumptive de mand at previous rates.- We quote: Rangoon, 7g730: 1,01118161111, 7)0480. and Carolina 83c0i 8,0 per lb. SALT Domestic Is very quiet at 26427c per bu. and $1 4reco 59 per Mimi. Turkiejtiland is in moderate request at maps& per bu.'Ll ver pool. is steady at St 85'41 45 per sack for coarse. SEEDThe market has undergone little or no change. We quote:. Clover die per lb with limited demand, and timothy t2 Sugg 00 per bu in store.. There is a moderate demand , for flax seed at 21 tögl 60 per be. KtARThere is only a moderate consump tive dentand aud the market is very qolet and soniewnat weaker; but with no materiat , change in prices. New Orleans is worth ex getoot relined yellow, 1130210c; extra '4.;, , hijig).030; 10)641o,03; wkitie lufi(eSikke; hard. 11011.iia POINIM TALLUWThe market is steady, the re ceipts and demand boing about olual, and prime tountry Is worth 9e per pound. TOBACCOThe market remains , quiet and gently - with no material 'rm. tiooth We quote: Shipping grades Bright 54039at bright itute.110220; bligh6 tvash, li(9)1W dark leaf. linalue: dark tuck 11(411iot , tCltall 94119 Ina 8441e so , mannfacttirerS are made as followet Mrighe wrappers,- 290(al99; brient 10(41920; Sark wrappers, 14418e; dark fillers. 10(012e per lb. , Onto seed leaf Is selling at 14414e for cigar wrappers. and Oahe for cigar illiers per lb. WOOLThe market Is quiet anti steady. - The receipts solar have been light. We quote: Unwashed. eiotinng, 80435e; unwashed coral). , ing, 40,042ct neece-waaned. 45a4liei; tub washed. litagittc; pulled. t814400. go.o......mo , ' Cittelsnott Dry Goods Borkek , VINOINNATI, eity ' . ' There bat been a moderat4 business doing" ; the past week, Prices are ateady and without ' any essential change. , BLZAORED Corross-New York Mills, Wamsutta. 15,lic; Fruit of the Loom, tac; Lonsdale,130; klope, 100 Great Falls 8,90 Great Falls M, 9c; Great Valls A, 9he. , 10-4 BLEACRED SURETINGSLoweli, Sec,' Al- r lendale, 85c; Pepperill, 1113ic; Pequot, Utica. 50c. , , SRI RTINO STRIPES American 829, 10e; A:herb:an 6x3, lic; Glasgow, lix8, 11c; Glatt- , soW (43. 12e. 'rim:taus -Conestora C C A, 15c; Conestoga C T, lect Lewiston 4-4 25c: Amookeag A C ' 215c; Queen West, Mc; Queen Weal X, 20e; - Queen West XX, 23e; Queen West A C A, 80c. PLAID Corroas--Alanatua. Augusta, ' ' 12e; James River, hi),,c; Queen of the West, , Who; Queen of the West X, 15e. BROWN SREETINGSAtiantio. A. 11c: Long , Branca, 11c; Laurel Hill, Mc; Columbus, Mc; ' Anchor A, 10e; Eagle Extra, Inc; Premium,. 9Xe; Auguste. 9 c COTTONADES- Whittendon A A, Inel Mill- ' neola, Met Ciyde, Met Long Branch, tft; Farmers ana Mechanics', 25e. , ?attarsLow grades are worth "Natte; standard, 13(adige, and fancy, 9Ca9Xe per yard. , JEANSW inona, tee; I ewee Valley, 25e; Provident, ;1503,1oraltar, - 45e; Topeka. 50c; ' Queen City, (ism; Laurel Bill, b5c; Long Branch, Cincinnati, Live Rock Market. , , LINGINNATI. May 19-2 P.M,. ' The following are the receipts and shipments of live stock for the Peat 24 hours: , Cattle. Ross. Sheet). Receipts 61t 1654 448 Shipments 891 ROGS-The market is quiet and easy. Com- , " mon are worth 6 9047 40: fair to medium,,, 87 0047 80; good, 27 9048 25 per Masi. CATTLE-Market , inactive. We quote $8 50 ". 064 60 for common 24 7545 75 for medium grades, and 0(40'25 for good per , SHEEP-The is only moderate at 24 0045 76. per cental, for fair to good. , - TELEGRAPH MARKETS.' - OSWEGO, May 19.-Wheat unchanged. Conk met at 8ae. . PITTSBURG, May ,I9.-Wheat steady: Pena sylvania anti Ohio red, $1 341 35. Corn quiet: ear aud shelled, 85488e. PEOBJA. May 19.-Corn dull at 71e. Oats: white steady at 67407c; mixed nominal at ' 66c. Rye acatce and nominally 81 18. , But-ratO,May 12.-Wheat inactive and noth- , ing doing. Corn lower; buyers offer tfic, and had at alo for No. 2. Western; demand ight. Maurine. May 19.-Flour: demand light and , holders firm. Corn dull and drooping at86 a,87e. Oats: none in first hands. Ray quiet -at 820 ff626 INDIANAPOLIS, May 19.-Flour, $3 75(0 75. Wheat: Red, al 2041 97; amber, $1 2541 20; white, $1 2041 8 Corn: ear, 09470c; shelled, , 734,74c. Oats, 06469e. CLEvscatin. May 19.-Wheat flri but better: - No. I red, $1 88; No. 2 do, Si 28. Corn and oats unchanged. Petroleum tateadyt 110 teat 11e, and 150 state teat 120. , , NAaRTILLE, May 19.-Flour quiet and un- changed:850 50; Wheat steady at 1 30. Corn - aniet and unchanged at 940. Oats steady at ,,, i5e. Coffee in fair tient-and and arm at 204022e,. DETROIT. May 19.-Flour quiet and Ian. changed. Wheat active and advanced: extra, ' 81 80; No..1, at 28,01 29se. Cora steady at 77e. Oats quiet anti uncluinged at tiijac. Clover- seed, $6 90. MILWAUKEE. May 19.- Flour outet and unchanged. Wheat weak: No. 1 Milwaukee, . Si 05; No4 2 do, $1 01; une, 81 03; July, - $1 05 Oats in better supply and lower: ' 2. 60,4(a)910. Corn a shade firmer and inactive: ', No. 2 mixed, 72e. Rye dull aud lower: No. 1, 81 13. Barley entirely nominal; Ne. 2 - apring, 11 110,a1 36:-N o. 8 wills, $1, 1241 15. - , ToLEDO,blay 19.-Flour steadv. Wheatth fair ' - demand and taut: No. 2 wnite Wabash, 81 No.1 white Michigan. $1 30; amber , , $12941 29; J uue, 21 30; July. $1 32; No. 1 ' red, $1 32; No. 2 red, 81-28; July, $1 82; No.2 am- , ber Illinois, SI 80 atal 81. Corn closed. dull; high mixed 76e; June, 70c; July, 77c loW ' mixed. SW; no grade, 7545e. '00,til anti: No. 2. 6'9c; white, 700. NEw ORLEANs, May ie.-Flour in betettr sup- PIY, with only a local demand: fine. 84 75: su-, , - perfine, 5 25; sing-le extra, ;6 70; double, 85 75; ' treble, $11 ail 75; choice, $74 50. Corn. buyer& holding back: mixed, 90e; white, 92e. Oats ia good supply, and dull at 74ica75e. Bran $1. 15., Hay quiet: prime, 24. Pork duU but held ' firmly at $22 75. Dry salt meat. none in firat halide; 9, 12, Bacon dull at 0.)111 Wit ' 13e. Rams dull at Ile. , Roma, May 19.-Flour dull: moderate de demand with hrin prices: $4 50064 75 for Vest- ern superfine; a 26(g5 75 for common extras; , $5 75A6 50 for WISC011Eill and Minnesota ex- , tras; $6 2647 for white wheat Ohio! Indiana ' and Michigan; $6 50A7 50 for Illinois; $6 504 8 60 for SC Louis; $7,a 8 75 for fancy Mathesota- Coru quietl 914940 for mixed end yellow. Oats: fair demand at Malec for mixed aud white. er, LOME,' May 19.-Plour inactive and nu- changed. Wheat dull and lower No. 2 red ' winter, $1 80,i(01 40 cash' 1 4141 43 June; 1 4441 41 July; soit "No. 2 spring. I 064 1 07. Corn lower: No. 2 mixed. 72473c. Oats Oats better: No. 2. alio; cash and May. Barley , dull: sample lots of prime, 1 25. Rye quiet at SI tikv. 00. Whisky firmly held at 120. Pork dull at $217424 the latter for small lois. Du- salt unchanged and nothin,g doing. Bacon - Arta and more tieing, but all aales outside; ' small order trade on private terms. Land nomr - Wel at 15e. Puri, ADELPRIA. May 19.-Flour firm and in good demand: Wisconetu anti rainnesotd lam- ' ity, $5 0240,5 50: Pennsylvauia, Indiana and - Ohio do, Waal 75; high grades, 67527 60. Wheat firm: red. 81 4 Lai 46;ainber, $1 40 48; .white, 1 54 all 69. Rye, 1 08. Corn moderately active; ' yellow, 99c; mixed, SU Oats; whiie, 77 478e; mixed. 76o. Provisious steady. Pork, $22 604 '- 28. Beef hains, 184022c; smoked , hauls, 13 ar 14e. Lard,154.16c. 8118. Petroleinn. , nominal: relined,12' al80; crude, 1r.lic. Clover. - s.-ed: Western, 10 5a4120. Butter steady; choice is wanted: New York, Bradford county extras. 28(030e; do firsta. 23424c; Weatern ex- tras, 211gale; do firsts, 17(0119c.. cheese steady: ! Western, line, 1636(56,6e- F418$ arm: West- - ern, fresh,17 41.18c. NEWYORK, May 19.-Elour: simian() West.. ern and State, 4 8546 16; commiin LI good ex-. tra, $5 65; good, to choice, 83 70g6; white wheat ' Western extra, 26 06la.7; extra Ohio, $6 30A7 60; " St. Louts, 26 70 60. Rye limn- firm at 4 494 605 50. Corn-meal active: Western, S4(a)4 45. Wheat; N0.1 spring, $1 2641 27; No. 8 spring,,, '81 1561 17; No. 2 Cnicago, Mad 19;, No. 2: , Northwestern, $1 1841 20: No. 2 'Milwaukee,' ", 21 2, ; ungraded bora and Minnesota spring.' - 81 150a1 25; winter red Western, M 36(01,40; - amber Western. $1 4041 41; white do. 81 Sate 145. Rye quiet and firm: Canada, in bond, 1; State, $1 09. Bailey ficatee and firm. blait quiet and firm, Corn : moderate demand; - mixed Western, 83,489c; yellow do, M. Oats: market firmer; mixed Western. 75477c; white do,76478c. nay unchanged. Coffee:. market dull and heavv: Rio 16'418e, in gold. . Sugar quiet; refining, elk to good. 848t,c; ' J. prime, 8 9-10168e; refined quiet at 1.0aa.0e. Molasses firm; Porto Rico in good demand- . Rice quiet and steady. Petroleum dull sand heavy: Refined 12c: crude, Ne., Strained resin.dull at 81 9042. Spirits turpentine sinner ,, at 84A34c. Egga heavy: Western, 16410e. Pork arni: new, $21 ar.022. Beef quiet.. Cut meats steady. Dry-salted, shoulders, 810,,, - Middies quiet: long clear Western. 12e; short do. 12e. Lard firm: prime steam, 1590- Butter firmer: Western, 12(4.16e., Cheese heavy , at 8101.4e. Whisky heavy and lower ist $1 20 (gal SI. Leather heavy: Hemlock sole. Buenos ' Ayies and Rio Grand ligt middle awl heavy weights 274,30c; California do, 25428e; coin- IItiOn t10,'26.6428, WW1 firm: Doinestie fleece, ifia 63c; pulled, 30450c; unwashed. 16434c. - INOMmin I ,STEÂMBOATS. I , knot Filitt-1411-T impAit 0E4N, V"215.DMillrel,lifaster Cit:Otr)51 IMiltenberger, Clerlf. tenVell Cincinnati for New Or. leans, SATC15.0A1, Niai LI, at 5 P. M., positively. uly15.tf JAS. S. ROBINSON, Agent . ,....: I REGULAR WEDNESDAY PAitlis , - ET. For Louisville. N6W Albany. ' - ' ' Owensboro,' Evansville and Cairo. Iii eArry passengers at ONE HALF the regular fare to allpoints between Citteinnati mod i aims Leaves WEDNESOA Y, Dtb. at i r. 51., positively, - the hew and elegant passenger steamer FAWN. k. T. Gilmore,- Master. For 61.014 he passage apply On beard. or to J.V. DORMAN It CO, 4 Main et., ' a. OniliDiankli 4 p9,40esta, ,, narkeit , - ew me er steamer VA W A. r - Mat iieense wits too exorbitant and permanent organization -1y111 be 061 ----- -- - No41,111,400,, itroi sgemo , bright Isis:1102So; 14rolitrnoat.' WheelingScant tit feet Ban , L11.1tratak 1,!t,. 4 80 taaan, 11(9)1143,, dart leaf, laisluet tiara Ines, 4,,Maater.PFor rregibt P gag pbly - : - would be very difficult to collect, - tooted lids ittiflrdocliu 7 , , ' menotteot lett 14041,10kt , - Vtu1911; "k "At 11412g; WWI tC0013 8081I9 r 88100 C4,3..aPenta ,, at91,-0 1 on board. or to J. nottMA'S & ss M"ansi Bt.,' -,..! - LAts 0,, 6 i , 1.014moN, , gone into tt balance120 ' NoNTRE ,,' are annum) Wes not ett ' LoNDON, ' . lost by the Morse, a D , . BALTI110.1 , Bright is et Xtis now I , but a day o , GALVEST( Sre at VViu - estimated '''s there was f - ' CAMBRID !ROOS COMI1 tinue tour being madc Tim purse I , LOEIDON, Launcaton, " terrible co , town, and High streel 7 LONDON, t steamship 1 ., ing the spe, , and probab '' bag operat aeon as pra 4,,, .; PERU, IN ing Park b Y. , 8: P' , , , c; , r 0; DI, .4 4 - , , Pt na- - oats: t nal ab 1 noth re. - ight. ' Lit and ! Sa.87e. 4 I at $20 (46 75. u0;', loaded, - - , better: t, - a and ! 0 teat : od 1111- C0111 , , viy at 0.022e. - , an. extra, , ' Aover- and - Aimee, ; JulYt r: boo. ' active: or: Ism , No. 2 t in fair 1 1, $1 a3; ! , ' ; No. o.2 am- ' i dull: .e , , 'Oata , , -,,,,,---, , . - , , . - - , . . . . ,. , - ' '-', -, ,. , ' ..''' r '. .' ' : : ' A i ' . . .. 4 f - , . , . 1 , ', , ...: ; - , ç . , . , ... ------ , : ' ki,---,----, -,,,....-... ' . , . - " - t , , . 50c, ' L , : q , : ; ." - .1 - ' I - Lem, baturdayNew Orleans, Thompson ' " " -89.7a 1 1.U0 ittAAJ.-.1. LW WM Mao ' remains , quiet 1 w in carry passengers at ONit Habil' the regular - ittorneys; Metiers; Matthews, I Church, liiversitle; T. 13. insum, Christ 4 Dean. and goody , with no material 'rut- tare to allvoluta betweeu Qturtnnati mod - 14, Ramsey at Matthews, instructed him 1 Uhurch, Ay; Chas. H. TOUng. Glendale. - ' goAag no, iglu wv.. ' I ...! " gag , bsA tiouth we quote: Shipping gradee Bright Leaves W-KoNESpar. DUI. at 4 P AlqPosSPYelY, .