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1 P 1111i 11) liJ 11 JAST I. . 131' TELXGRAPH. , ITiEw YonK, June 12.Senator Mortol nw visiting here save be is couddent of 'Ile success of the Republicans in Ohio inext fall and the election of Governor Mayes, Ile thinks the Liberals wUl soon . Tertlarill to the Republican ranks, and he las favorable anticipations for the sue !ease or the Republicaus is 14176 , 4-0 ,- , Dangerma Contrition,. , ) r BLOOMINGTON, June. 12.--Dr. 1Wni. .H.111 has again beeu attacked bv !Inflammation from the poisoning ol Isystem from a needle puncture in his Hinger made while dissestiag tie body of Ithe late M. L.,Fitspatrick, and is in a ?dangerous condition. Anseßlveys ,Firs 4 aistoftp-Loops $80e; June 12.--A fire at East But fain this morning destroyed ,the large and extensive slaughter-house and pack ng buHding of L. W. Drake 4ft Co., and also tbe establishmeat of Alexander Jo Crooker, an extensive concern engaged -13 the manufacture of phosphate for ler Vlizing purposes. A severe rain-storm commenced when the lire was at its height, and very ma. terially aided the firemen in preventint the spreading of the dames to the cattle yards. The losses are heavy and Dearly total. Alexander tt Crocker have an in-' surance of $40,000, anu Drake is insured for as much more. Arough estimate of otal loss puts it at $75,000 or $S0,000. 11 litrE NONEIGN NEWS. , , LONDON, June 12.--Advices from Ber ta reviewing the general condition of trade in Permany, state that great de. 4ression prevails in the iron trade, caused principally by over-production in 1871 anti 1874 in Germany and in other countries during the busy period sac, 4eeding the Late war witu France. Tbe resent high.rate of workmen's wages in t ermany also contributes to the dillic.t341- ty experienced by German irod-masters 4 n competing with toreigw manutactur ers. The German Government proposes to shortly estabtish a central maritime ob servatory at Hamburg similar to that id use in Britain and several other coun tries, and also to establieh sub-stations at ail important German peaports. ' , PARIS, June 12.-1n consequence of fre quent eecapes of Communiat prisoners trom the penal colony at New Caledonia, the Government has -instituted reguia tions of more severe charaeter than hose formerly in force, with orders to vé them rigidly adhered to. Various eforms have also been instituted in the prisons and' conviok establishments at o home for similar purposes. , I LONDôrt, June 12.The announcement ',is made that Kr. Delano, of the London Times, will shortly retire from the edi ' -Unship of that plume!. Lie has been.of fared 8 baronetcy. -,A.Tliatte,June 12.--It is announced that Ms hiajeaty George 1, King of Greece, , has otrered toabdicate the throne. MADRID, June b e discontent and dissatialaction continues. It Is reported 'that serions differences have arisen in 'the Cabinet. The large deficit in nuances, s exhibited by the Budget at the close of the present fiscal year, causes serious embarrassment to the Government. , 1 , . ,LATEST LOCAL. , 1." Tax Grand Jury have eco 'far examined it142 witnesses. . , , , The IP. S. Court has adjourned until he October term. , ' Tux hódy of aft unknown man was found in the canal at Camp Washington this morning. , , ! ' A MEETING Of the Cincinnati Pork 'Packers, Association will be held next ,Monday at half-past 10 o'clock.' . l , HON. W. M. ROBB, fortnerly a County 1Commissloner of Hamilton county, diod atilis home near Cheviot; last night.. ' Tax Water-works Trustees have Ile . ueleiliedetnuoets thoeparcosceocuunttes Aagnadiyn BBtobwimm.an it c : MESSRS.: DUCKYONTO. SPENCE & CO, lle-day, offered on Change the first now ' pviteat of the season. It was from Fier fence Alabama. , - , ' Otir'CuzNuit. to-day, the delegation irom the (lharober , or Commerce to the National Hoard of Trada, which. meets in Phliadelphia Cli the ibth inst., were !authorized to Jill any vacancies which ;mayorI:lir... - ' . t,: DIU LINuxorcx, Stiperintendent or Ilinta, and Commissiolier for locativg the tbranch mint in the ' West, was on t'ae boor of the Chamber to-day, but de ,plined a public intreduction. . ,,I. ! WILLIAM CROSBY. who was taken to Ahe Hospital yesterday afternoon, and , jumped out of a, window about ten high, bile under a spell oflunitcy, is recov 4ng rapidly froln his weutult, ' , 7 , , 1,. A Blimps of the Principals' Associa ion was called tor this morning at the Normal Sehool Hill, but failed 0 obtltin ' a quorum. There will be a meeting next ;Saturday at the Superintendent's room. I - Ix the ease of Joseph Price, charged ?trite breaking into,a house on Eim street, mbcrto Ninth, and attempting to. steal . isome lead pipe, a motion for a new trial iwas granted, and fixed for nqxt Monday. TaX bear iptind Ihthe COM at temp ffachington proves to be that ot Henry lholiott, wile li'ved' near CtiMMihavitle. -Me left a ;We saying that as be could Mot And work he had been driven to the I Ma. C. Y. Irdióit bah now on exhibi Ition ell IV Alain street a glass !Met beau 3iftillY iimbellislied,Whillili wile Made in .4Parie lik)y-ffte yea alp:hand aLthat "Mine sózt ;125 In gold. , 103 taltiiii howis la9eirat s larger tight, ,''' ,. ,,' ,,,,,'' - t Altriiott 1,1tiTtilakilik-tfntloYe it, the ', Mlifeiapitti-Win itad Japan maiiintactur Ant Inrk; oh ,Sevehth trees,- near litilti-had theingers Of his ler) band : óttillickftarhoon pi' flan 'Inactinkfy ',,,i'f if whiehke was wcprking, .,: -' , lSt .ttAirt-8 Eitz.iiitillr, 'a shottilikerl5y ,litófeestoll and residnig atohiProvidenee ' street, was: arrbsted this, morning and 3odgedin the Bielben-street , Station ,aouse 011 it Charge 01, taving sreleh a rot ' :ór carpet, "A.:partner, or. his has CO yet ' been 'Captured., -i..- .,, ,, , , , , , ; ..kattiN' nemed,John Leitrim, he tor.; , Ste , his bail tor hot 'appearing in the : Police Court this moritiag on a. charge 4.0t assault and battery, was arrested to :tlity and loelted up, in the Ninth-street 'Station. He wilihave s hearing before , judge Lindeman on Monday, : :, , , . . ' iIitit EisaN and Adam 'Gilbert, arrest, ., . ' .'4id last Monday tor passing hoop and two $5 counterfeit bills, were arritialre.1 before the D., S. Commissioner OM. , inoraing and bad their oases (motioned , ( for fortOor testimony tiotil 2 o'olock ., lids afternoon.- la default of bail they , "were recommitted 'to jail. ,-. t - , , - , iWthe derdroe bash -df Etizabsth 'null , against Dr. Wm.liull,-Mentioned th-obri I, - Court Cuttings a tew days got .3utige' I 'Co; this-morning grauteda defiree to the ...t, ; Vailitillygiving Ater the-, custody of the 'N,, "ftthrldren, aid permitted theltither, Wm. A punt to see them at all proper timee In li pie 'resew:No Of a third kolas , . R. BUCHZEIGER was arrested last night and lodged in the Llammood-street station en a charge of -petit larceny. -tie laced his Honor, Judge Lindeman, and ! tried to explain why he appropriated ! about three ,dollars' worth el pies suit cakes from the poetry of-the Bt. James' Hotel. Ile couid not gtve the Judge, any plaukible excuse, and- was lien.! tented to a, Ana of $5 and costs; snd,, not being possessed of spy iluauces, waedereil down stairs. , , Tux 'alarm of Are this morning at 11:20' o'clock, sounded from box No. 184,' corner Laurel mid Baymilier streets,. was caused by a small Are In a factory ea Betts street, near Baymiller. Loss triAing. The second alarm, sounded ' ,at ten minutes of one o'clock this, -aftentoon, from box No. 00. Zama Mid Liberty streets, was In response to the ,diseewery of dames Br ide root of roue. story brieli groaery on the oesitheset eat neg ofElin anti Fifteenth. et.reets. Thar litanies originated trona delectfre dee,' aud were extinguisted before tbe arrival of the engyes. MO 1081h. , 121111,1Te WATCIttAlg BROM, , ebecilit 12 o'etecit last sigtit, discovered a Sr. in. a small clothing owe; No.16 gatill Fropt strtet, belonging to John B. Dribmob.,, 'Thee Ire originated under sualaicious ctn.: cummances, as Edward Drat mam a eon of the owner, heti been meaning up tbe colter, closing the tore .at 11 e'eleek F. M., after 'which the Are broke out. Edward Was, oar the recolontendattion of Chief Megrew,erested and arratgated In tbe Baliee Court thioanorutug, oa the charge of arson. His Case woe motioned till the 22d inst., and lie was reetilred to 'furnish hoods in the. BUM of $2,10. - Col4Ight, SNELBAKER has received in formation el- late robberies. One -la which-a reward el $400 is Mitred tor Abat recovery of a lot of stlks stoles on the Ad al this month trona J. YE. reddie'e silk houierid.Windsor, Ontario; Another In which a $50 reward is feted fertile re covery el a mule atoll tue latter part orMay, aromolaines C. aortic atIrslitY Jtection, Ohio, aud khe third: ease of burglary, in which the house cot E.W. 'Vous, near Mattoon, Ill, was entered on the night, of the Litt of June. A lot ot silver, four dessert-spoons, fourteen tea spoons and another article were stolen. , .6 She Almelo lie 1 Ovinnstitso. The commit,tee met at 11 4. M. et'the Board of Trade rooms. Bugher reported the iollowing ad ditional subscriptioas: Phillips & Co., $2501, Q. W. hicAlpin, $500; K. Gerrard, $200; GAY. Jellies, $250; C. S. Weatherby, 250; Windisch, Mulhauser & Bro., $500; Bold. Nelson, 500; P. Wilson & Sous, $500; Josiah Kirby, $2,000; H. C. Young, $100. - Mr. Shillito reported tbe following: John Carlisie, $1,000 for himself and $1,000 for the neirs of George Carlisle, Thomas Gibson, 000i W. W. Scarbor ough, $1,000; Cincinnati Gas Co., $1,000. Dunklee, Sheers & Co., Burnet House, John R. Wright. $500 tor eentral.bitild tag and $500 for wings. , ,a0 James W. Graft, $1,000. : John Shillito, $1,000 for the wings. C. W. 'West, $1,000 for the, wings. Geolfroy & Gibson, $1,000. Enoch T. Cafson. for central hall $250. A proposition to meet and Teport every day at 9 A. M. was laid 'over until Ilion . day. - , The total subsoriptiotto now are $34,8o0. rhs Lady Moochers' Association. - The Lady Teachers' Association will meet in adjourned session this morning in the Normat School Building, with the President, Mrs. lit A. Lathrop,in the chair. ' , Tne mintites of the last meeting were read by the Secretary, Miss. Stevenson, and approved. , The Special Committee presented their report as follows: Tim committee hav ing reconsidered the report of the Com mittee on Examination of Teachers, find also having been fully satisfied that the objections to resolution iiith were owing to a misunderstanding of the word "ini tial," they have unanituonaly agreed to aceltpt tne report as originally present. ed; tnat is, that a disuiplinary study might be substituted tor German Histo ry in the initial exidnination of teachers. The Committee on Grammar made their report, which was adopted. Miss Reede was, on motion, requested to draw up her report in writing, to pre sent it for publication. The Committee for the Septetnber Meet ing was appointed, and consists of Misses 'Undersea and Hermes and Mrik. Burr. An inyitation was glýen to this asso ciation by the Nermai Alqinnal Associa tion to attend a picnic at North Bend. On motion, adjourned. The Late Library and Ite livistory. An adjourned 'fleeting of the -Chichinati Law Library Assooiation was held in Room No. 2, of the Superior Court, this morning, vvith a large number ol members , present.. Rufus King' President of the Association called the meeting to order and stated that Mr.W.S. Scarborough, one of the oldest members of the Library Association, had been re quested by the Trustees to address, the Associations concerning the history ol the Library, end that he had consented to do the 'same. Mr. W. Scarborough was then introduced and read a long and entertaining address frOm which we cull the following interesting statistics: In 1834 a special charter was obtained from the General Assembly for the. Incor poration of the Cincinnati Law Library.! Nothing effective was done, however,. until 1816. At that time the population! of thó City Was 100,000, and the bar nein Wed 125 members. A paper, dated Sep-1 tember 8, 1846, which is still in preserve tin, was then eirmilited for Muds Tor the Libraryt On June 1, 1816, 81,093 were coaected. In , February, 1811, a book-. case, tot held over tog volumee, Was pro7 cured for $94 50, and pet up in the Court! roan ef the Common Pleat Coed. On the' front floor of the.01d0oUrt-house.' In the spring of 1847 the Board , ofi ;Trustees agabized With W.& Morrisasi President; Oliver AL...Spencer 'at, Vice' President, D. Van Metre as Treasurer.' At tali tune tat,' Alliseelatioa owed $721,' and numbered 182 pumpers. , The origi nal eilbscribers 'rumbaed 102. DI the Summer of 1819 the Old Coart-house. was ' baned dovvn. -All thir property bf tite Library was destroyed, eltich was, in. 'lured for 2190. ,AAtetthe.dre Odurt Was, held In the leur-story trick luilding lames Wilson, on the north side of Court, vest et St. Clair, alley, whither the Library was plso ronfoved. , In 1852, SO persons 'remained Its etock holders, and the library had elf hand $4,164 64. : In 1853' tile library .,was Moved to the now Courts.house where it now has its. handsome suite oi rooms. In 1861 W. S. Myers was ap pointed Librarian, and 'still bolds the position at the present time, Mr. W.. S. Scaborough has held theArillibe ot Treas. urertron11852 until how, .11atil 1864, 408 oew members bad subscribed. The sub eeouentlears were thosevipregress foi ilbrary,and at present it is in the most flourishing -condition that-amid be -desired,,numbering-over10,000volumes and paving. Wind -Rugg Ps hes-é-ball alub,we underelaact willacon challenge 4lie Btarket Caving The oploYed troops aro all ia 6 Amy , preparatory to their leaving the ell, 6161 evening. Remember the Terneeplcuileatlohe:s! Hill, Monday. A 'bus, we learn, Ill TUn from 1 Newport to the Star base.ball ground, Monday. All should-go. I . ekettiertert. - - ' Walter. Cleary, Esq., lute fittell up bla office in line style. Tile toile wing are the marriage licenses since our last report: Ambrose Walker ' and Debbie Matthews, Aueust Romer land Annie Witten, A. L. Vickers and' Alice Rensferd, -John Keen mid Ama G. Getty, W. W. Riga; and Mary Perkins. Dod't forget the match game bUtween the Stars, of Comingtont, and the Red Stocklugecof St. Louie, Monday. The police should pay some attention to the noisy crowd of boys on Scott , street. The Commonwealth seems to be un- ' bibmished, at leaat se we infer from the Magistasteet0 'reports for the last time day s, 1 Two neW Cases of imall.p0X Ms Morn ing; bbth white. In ebe Mayor's ,Cotirt this morning. Fred. Harman, J0141 Shay and Henry Breshe, cbarged ith drunkenness, were toed SI and costs each. Maggle Burk, charged witb trespassing,was dismissed on , payment, of tests. Henry Bard, a. Market-house snoozer, wee also let off on Payment of costs. Bally Blaer, an alien to the great Commonwealth mid a' stranger to her 'stringent laws, charged witli disorderly conduct, lids given 20 minu.tes to shake the lust front her Wel and depart. Sally departed. The Uovioeten Teachers' Aesociation held it closing sessiou last night. The exercises were opened by W. G. Lord, who was followed by Dr.,J. W. Hall. The, ettbjects ,treated were "A' Koowl. edge of Algebra,' and "How Often Should Teachers. be Examined?" An essay was read by Miss M. Johnson oa "Analytic Grammar." A vote of thanks was also given to the officers of last year, et,ter which the Aseociation ad journed sine dis. The 8tars met with a grand reception let Drexelius Hall last night. .t.. A. Olean,' Esq., Averted with congratula thins on' the sucdess of the clue, aniN was followed by J. W. Ryan, F. M. Cal kins and others. Music, Wine, and all the.delicacies of the,,seitson were bountle fully supplie4. , , Decoration of Soldiers' graeee at Cyn thiana to-day. , , w Wm. Wildef Cb's pair 'of gray horses, vvhich at tile time were attached to carriage, ran away yesterday tip 'Sixth to Greenup aud theuce to leith, ,where they were stopped. No damage was sustained. , , Yellow &pellets are making -their etp lpearance 'in Pendleton county. Fliiladelphias 19, Ludlows 1, at lOw Base-ball grclunde yesterday. , A couple of sea lions which escaped from a menagerie a few days ago on its way to Pittsburg were yeeterday seen on a steamboat live miles below the city. Miss Carpenter, of Covington, and Mr. 'Jewell, of tieottreottuty, have contrauted L a runaway match. - Criminal Court.--John 011igee and Su. !ding, selling liquor to minors, VW and ' costs; Mary Ann Johnsort, grand lair'oetiy,- dismissed; Henry Muller, arson, verdict of not guilty; Joe Williams , grand larceny, baieol $300 ferleited.,, the case ol Nimrod Kaiin, charged with keeping a disorderly house, a demurrer was oustained; a second indictineut tor ' the mane offense was found,. however, ' and trial will be commenced to-day. Patrick Morrissy, för selling liquor witeout a license, was committed to auswersbefore tee uext term ot Well. b. Court by Conuidissumer Beetwiels , terday. The alumni of the High School, after : many urgent requests, repeat their en tertainment at Vdd-leliti we' Ball some night next weiek. Decoration Lief at nirie, Ky.,' neXt Wednesday. , , - . POLICE COUNT. Drunk and Disorderly.Llath. Rebel, con tinued to ibtn Inst.; John Thiel, su deys and SW; John Winweight, Jona Patton, Rose Bleo sington, W. F. Heffner, Wm. Nuttlo, each dis missed; hoar? Thesnasont House of Refuge Johu Carneueil. commued to 14th fest.; J. W: Chia and $.11,41411y, ea& continued to lab inst. - Assault. and Battery...-Chat Johnson, con tinued Width inst.; Geo. Risebeerger, al and cost; Chas. Becker, dismheed. , MiscellaneousJos. Price, house breaking, continued to the lith limit; &dm Hunt. forgery, disailseed; John bweeney, nialiciotte cutting, bound avar;- btang,,.deiterinth. 9U days; John Burke, (same; JamCs Dalton. irmorrigi bility Houae efHefuge; Wet Freeman, veg., dismissed; ra. M Relit, resisting officer, con tinued to tho 15th inst.; Vim Madning, Fred Friend, loitering, same; B. Thomas, stab bing to kill, continued:. W. H. Wilson, false , pretenses, 10 dayep Harry Grover, petit lar eeny, 80 days and MOO; Mollie Gibson, harboring lewd Women, $20, and oosta; Ellen Bowl n Maggie Gardner atul Mollie Smith, vags, each Slu and costa; John Lowman, abwing family, bail forfeited; Anthony Hazen, street beg., ging, dismissed, Michael Loneannon and Jas. iteagan, petit latoetty, each' dismissed; B. Bucizeiger, same $5 tkod costs; Edward Well man, mon, coutiuued to 224 lust. .t-..o Mb. RIVEN NEWS. The weatber to-day is clear and warrn. The river has risen inehes shwa our twit report, with 14 feet inehee in the channel by the Water-works marks at six o'clock this morn. in& - Tint )3TAGli OF RIVER& Premium, June 12,--Itiver falling, with 4 feet 5 inches. Heavy rain and thunder storm thie morning. Thermometer Ia. 1 011 cityz Int and - , Browneville-1 feet aad falling. ' ' neeling-6 feet 8 inches and rising. MarlettatS feet inches and stationery. '" Miritlleport--6 feet and failing. ,, Charieeton-5 !hut 9 Mends and falling. Huntington-8, feet and falling. Imnton-sRiver falling fast. - Anisviiireeti Mot 8 inches at the bead of the ind 5 feet on tne pass in the Falls. ''- EvansvilleI feet VI inenes and risiutr. asliville-8 feet 8 inches and rising. fabawnesnown-9 tem seam on the bar and , Cairo-21feet le Inches ana " St. Louis--41 feet le Cairo and river falling, teats Leaving lo-tlityPittsburg.Exciialige; Geueral Lytle; Memphis, Viet; Salukte; New Oleana, Indiana. Leaving Next ,Week-. env liteW Orleans, Tuesday, Mary Iowans. Saturday, Charles - strivals end bepartures.--Theis, were no arrivals or departures during yesteraay ex isepting.tliose alreally reported in Tux Se.te audthe regular mail paceets. The Mate Houston will peeve toare to-moerow riem New Orleans and returnee Tuesday, flee Rousten we aim recommend as a first-class boat ni every respect, and ber tinkers are per fect gentlemen, whew) word can be relied noon. capt. Charlitkiiller, ber collimander, Mau old Cincinnatiaa. - Towboat Itentio.4-the trerisides passed dowai at o'clock la evening', flying light. Tue Wild Duch arrired M Pittabarg yester day w:th two barges, assisted bv the Lam bite., left there in the eveuingior Ptimeroy, to take up a thud barge she wag obliged toeirop there.1 The J. 8. Niel left Middleeort yesterday with' two barges salt aud titreesoalbarges,and the new E. at. Norton, with three Jetrges lett for St. Louie-and two ler belmottÀ The Cobb esell passed- Lot:twilit Friday with four Ineges coal. bound down, and re bunted therein time to assietthehtea anti tow iron ore Swam the Amnia to Ashlind. Both boats will pass here during tiLie atlerneen everting. ' , vise earn Gilmore; St LOMs to let:More. is tine-here darling the day wilin lour hattges LcOn oreituti the Paragouts machinery. -The John W. Garrett got over -too fttr and ranter' barges'on the point of the dyke, Melee The eimpson -Horner and barges 'passed Frida.y. , , - " The United -States yesterday landed itthe tudieerMitseibalePaek-and,took theiltita-delphientub,wittilo to Louisville, where they. playto.dey. - -The Star Of the'West bad a pletikeparty yesterday. 4 t- , , - 4 Uijuit. Jolla Windburn left ter Pitiably& lest , night, to 104 lifter kis new steamer building there. M. M. Mora, Clare ot the C. B. Church, and ethers of bre", ScriVett ere lett night ht rad from LVIALli. The Wild (iaithile was laised at Ironton )es terftay. Vi harfniaster Gem Keys is atilt eonftned to kis house at Ironton. 'The new steamer Mary Lewis tented her ma chineyt liónoiville yesterday. and departa Monde or Brailliearcity. The "hos. Sherlock was to leave St. Louis at daylight thia morniug for the Ohio error. 'The Chas. Brown came in this inorning from Multileport wi tow of salt. Tile D. T. Lane also arrived. Ike Hawkey, No. 2 and IX G. rierrepont came in from the Kanawha lioAlay with their usual tows. , - , , .0M1P C.LINVLICIVA TZ VALLI- lit4RJEET. Crereterssre JIM 12-27. M. FLOURThe market is quiet And rather weak. Fancy brands are worth 65 15a6 60 per bri. Family sold to-day at 65 25a5 85; extra at stet5 teupertine wereh $4 lithel 81L end loW grades serki at 6425 per .orl to-stay. Spring wheat flo0r sold at 010, and titmice ranges up to 46 21 poi brL Lye dour is worth $5 00a6 eel per bit WHEATThe market remains quiet. with very eight demand Gooel to prime are worth 41 teal MI for red, .$1fibal 21 or lull, and 28a 130 for white. per btu OATSAre sepaiet and easy to-dams Good to, praise sample are worth blatiOs for mixed, 6 ,a 680 for white, per bu, with sales to-day of good white at Ole btu be. CORNThe market is steady and quiet.' Good inixett is worth 13474c per bu for ear or shelled. White is held at 75a70e per be. RV EThe market is very quiet- No. 2 is worth el 08 tor bu in eleymor. .11100N,The market is quiet and steady. The deemed is limit d. Shoulders ere quoted 9,tge; clear rib sides 12alitse, and clear sides 1,.alesie per lb, alt packed. Sugar-cured hums are quoted at lettlee per lis. ! 31E1S PORK Pee market is dull. Prime city is not worth more than $19 Seale 75 per bri. LARD;--The market continnes verequiet. Prime steam is quoted lak,o pee lb. Current make id In moderate request at 12,xa12,70 per lb ter best quullty, Prime kettle id held nom. , inally at 14)ialigc for city and 14c for cOuntry. per lb BULK MEATS...There is but little doing and the market is easy., Clear sides arb held at , 11e; clear rib shies, 11c, and shoulders lie 8Xa per lb, all 1, 'ewe. Sates to-day of 50,0U0 lbs ' of clear rip at spot. s COI:TONrhe market continues dull at a further tiecline of ewer anti medium grade Sale toetay of only It bales. We quote: Or, , dinars, 12itc; good ordinary, hilic; low mid dling,.'143ies good middling..14,tic; middling fair, 16e; fair, 17c per lb. smck on band. 0.241 be et. Remipts to-day, au bales and .sibip meets, 282 bales. , WHISKYThe market is quiet at $1 15 per gallonand isles at that figure te-day of barker!, , t BEANSlhe market is steady and quiet. Thp demised is moderate. with aa ample supo pie. No change in prices. Common are worgt $1 40a1 561 medium, si'15a1 80; arid thoite lea-vies bring 62 pee bu. . BROOM-CORM, Theelarket remains stoney and quiet and previous peices. Green hurl is , worth lac; green stalk braid, 11412c, and corn. mos red brush etc per lb. , ISUTTERTnere has been no especial climes ,811300 our last. The demand for the beat grwiee 'continues fair wtth ample' receipts. Inferior ' -graaes are still negAseted, whit tie exeese et rece phi, and SLOGIOil continuo to accuntulare. We can only repeat previous prices. 'Choice will bring 28c and prime 20c per lb, aWd left , more ean be had tor extra selectiods of single packhzes. Medium is worth talti7c, and com mon is held at Wattle per lb. 1 CHEESETrio market is 'yere quieL The supply is large, and the demand only moder- , aterand prime -to choice factory le quoted eV, isc per to. 'COALThe supply Is light. purchases beihg made to hold for bettef proses. Prices are gradually adyanoing. Tee rates afloat are: Yougnioglicay, 10,,c; Campbell Creek, 90; Raymond QV,. Ashitune,8e. and Ohio Haar, 6Acc per tie. Deliyesed to consumers. we' quote: Toughiegheny, Isititc: Campeell Creee, 13c; AtilitSlitt, Delve; Muskingum. ,ilocking Valley anti Kanawha,. &taiga, and Ohio River, Rialto per bu. Indian Cannel, at yard, is wort elm, and Kanawha Cannel, 22o por bu. Gus Company's Coke, at yard, its -quoted az. and Cintfianati -Manufactured Coke, at yarit.12c per bu. COFFEEThere' lair demand and a steady market. Rio worth LOM-110 for nom men; ulha22;i0for fairto good, and Wia21c for prime to choice per lb. Java lo voted :LUSA Der lb. , , . DRIED FRUITSDomestic has declined, 'and the demand is !lithe Apples are worth 7a , 9c, anti peaches Slate for vectors, and ihithe foe halves, per lb. Foreign are quiet and steady, With no material change in prices. Layer rai sins are worth Wet 711 per box. Figs ere,. quoted lialect prunes, 9a100; eitron.'8010243, eAtes abd curraats 73P180 per lb. ' 'EUGSthere is still a firm market, With moderate demand anis limited receipt& Fresh arriyals ere quoted 160 per dozen. FEATIIERSAre in moderate demand and steady at tes per lb for prime live geese, on errival. GREEN FRUITSApples are in limited supply, with moderate demand. and good to prune lots sell at $3 twat 50 par brl, in store. Lenions aro firm with fair demand at 15 50a0 50 per box, and oranges are quoted 65 Oa6 U0 per . bsx. HAYIllgeer grades are in fair local demand and inn but ulterior are neglected. Prices ye, main unchatige,t. No.1 timothy is worth $21a22 for mese, and bitia20 for harii-eressed per ton, on arrival. Common grades are worth $12a15 , per ton on arrivaL Deitiers ask blite more per ton in store. HEMPThe market Is' infective tinder mod erate receipts mist iight demand. Rough Ken tueky is quoted $160110 per tea, aild dressed 12a123ic per pouud. IIIDE$--Are in moderate demoted end quiet. Prices remain steady and without say eerie thin. We quote: Prime green bides, tiliseNe per wet salted,. Bane; dry flint, lsal5o4 eheep pelts 15cail 25, for good Up prime, and 20 We for inferior. IRONMarket quiet and steady at previous ra es. The following are thb rattle for all grades of pig hen at 4 mon ills per tan. Charcoal, hot blast Hanging RuckNo..1. Setta30; No. 2, do, tis7 t0428 Out do. mill, See' 00; Alabama, Geor gie and TennesseetiNo. 1, 621 Wale 00; No. 9, 20 (MeV 90; Mill, PM 00; stoue-ceal anti coke ironNo.1, Pelte9; No. 2, 121a27; $25a20. Charcoal, coal-blastIt It.,4401t601 Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee, Warbt - end Cold West, 135a11.- Blooms, tfitht9). Wmught scrap per lb 1 fie; do oast, per lb, RIGA; manufac tured flat, ratind' and square bar, boiled, btia i4i,c; do, charcoal, aliete per the sheet iron, elos. 10a27, 4 tia5 8-10c; do, charcoal, 5 7-10a1Nos tier lb; horse shoee, 46 87 iia6 t5 per leg; Mule shoes), $6 Sixa7 1. per town steel, American cast, 17aI8c; American east spring Steel,112e; imported tool steel, giainc; German 9aiGe per lb. a - MILL EEDThere is a quiet market, With moderate offerings, and the domaad is limited. Pieces steady add sauchanged. , We gstetd: Brae:Ebel.) per ton shipsteffs, 116a17, end michltirrgs 628a211 per 'ton, ott. arrival, Ana b2 male per ton in store. MOLASSESThera is a fair consemptive de Maud. Prime remain 'unchanged. Mew Or Icing Is worth,60470c, mid refined sirup 46ea Si yew gallon. - ,, OILSThere is a moderate demand ler Lin seed, and it is quoted titisetne per gallon. Lard , Mi is quoted $162a1 16 pee gallon for extragur- I rene make. Refined petroleum is steady had in moderate request at italSe per gallon. ,POTATOESThe 'market is somewhat firm- 1. er, with lighter receipts, and the demand is better., Good to choice grades are worth 75a si per isa ia More. anti about itial5c per bit 10681 on artivaL New potatotte are quoted '85a5 fie!, per leis POULTRY-i-Live ellickens are in talk ae and, with light receipte, anti thee are quoted, 68 6044 00 per dozeli tor oldr and at (Mat 60 ler fOtIng. - , . , ! Ritilbe,There is a moderatS demand andethei market is eteady at 7 SaIlic for Louisiana, midi $ortatrolina, -,' ,, : SALTDomestic is steady with moderate, salematel.45 per bri,and Nee per bit.. Liver-. pool Doers is ateadp at ,11 Mai 10- per rack.; Turks& Island is still Mull And 'held .al 110a82c' Per bu. SESI.D---:Clover and timothy are merely neut.:. teal, and no.quotations for either rao be eiven. Millet is quoted $1 1oal 75, Hungarian grase d 65a1 75. and flax M 60 per bu in store. tit GAIL,-The demand titrooderate, but-there is a needy markettliadwe -observe no- vane Hondo prices. We quote: sliew Weems, 8Sis. lSie per lb; clarified, etsalOc: extra etl,', 10xe 1014e; stii", white,10alosiet l'A." white, a 1.0sic: hard, llstalllse per lb. ' 'TALLOWThe demand is ebdut equal tothe receipts, and shone le a ssteadymarket.at egaer Wier :prime country rendered. W OLThe market continues quiet with mod rens demand and steady, mpreviotterates. 'We ;sweet unasked. cloShing. ,illeadird washed Atomising, eilatect tub witshed. 4-m48e: COginabil to aim fleece, 12h110; city nulled:, Ma ele per lb. ' ,t , ILD,Matiret very quiet. ,Priele stets-rads quoted 14154c,pertbsiboenkettlerentlerticlifefielo , 6$141141)03 la orty, anct 140 outuary per - . , , OLOSINGrOUT SALE OF a. GREATLY, REDUCED PRICES. Cincinnati live Stock ..111arket. CINCINNATI. June 12-2 P.M. The folleering are the receipts and shipment, alive stout lot the past 24 hours: Cattle. Hogs. Sheen Receipts 839 1181 lii75 Shipments 128 1183 HOGS-Market quiet with little or Do change. Selling: Common at MS 6 40 1); mectium at $7 0007 20; good grades at 117 20(07 80 per cell ;al. ' BEEF CATTLE-Quiet with moderate de. mend. Cominotk to choice are Worth, total $3 tiottl 50 Der cental. , SHEEP-I hd demand is only moderate ,at previous pricee. We quote fa. So good Pkg4 50 per coital. .BY t0tLEGIttikH. i TEORti. June 12.-Cenn cutlet at 6iii6Te. Oats Quiet: white, 04c; ntixpl 61a62c.- Itye hheatl. 0SwEo0, ,jfine 12,,,,-1Sheatt firm! Irò. 1 Mil waukee club, SI 10. Corn steady: high mixed, 132c. , PITTSBURD, June 12.- Wheat unchanged. Corn chill: eitr,15alle; sitelliMI,17aSec; ;emit elevator. CLEvELAND, June 12.-Wheat, corn Mai oats Steady and unelimiged. Petriteem steady: standard white, in ear lets, 100. Ode State test, 1 110; wail lots la2c higher. INDIANAPoLli, Jane 12.-Piniir Old anti mi.' changed. Wheat do: Red, 11 15; amber, 11 15 al 20: white, $t 20a1 t'orn quiet and un changed. OataL mixed, 85c; white, 67e. Bye now teal, BurFALO, N. Y., June 12.- Wheat in fair Idemand: SI 1)8 for No. 2 Milwaukee, $1 03 for No. 2 Chicago. Corn quiet: amIes8.500 bu: 7Ia 11.ite for Western sample, 7.; for IS. 2 Walk en:1. Oats nominal it Ike. MENrals, June 12.-Floirr dun Ind nimelitied. Cern in light demand and holders Orin el slia 85e. Oats in light demand and, headers firrn at $2a78c. Ilay dna and nominal. Lard chili bat Unchanged. Haeon dot no saleS. DETROIT, June 12.-Irici0 dull and drooirleg at teat: 15. Wheat in fair &Miami and rin: extra;11 25; tio. 1 amber, SI 20A Corn 'deli and dr:Soiling kt ii9a730,0 OBI in.lair ! and fir. at 01d. , Julia, 12.:-Ppug Rtilltlirreitern s'a perdue, $4 211,450; common extra. $4 Itigi 50; ' Wisconsin end Minnesota eistras,Stad 50; white ' wheat, Oh le, Indiana and Stich igen, 8 254'4 , SeMea7 to; St,. '1Ands, je Witti we so tab loth. Mort !Inner eil SNOW. Oats:, Ila, 70e. a' Perron, Suns 12.-Fleur in limited demand aud dial:- Western superfine, IS 2tal rAr; ronts won txtraiL E4 76D6 504 W isewasie sini4 Manes. sot& extra, SAG 50; white Wheat Ohio) Indians ami 'Michigan, SITSUACT 00; Mlinoie, Se 50isig sag fancy Minnesota, Slag 80. Corn: mixed and yedlOW, 85a88. Oats: mixed antl white. 71 a7,1c. " : MILWAEKEN. June 12.-Flour quiet and en tirely nominist. Wheat firm. No.1 MI 1W sukee, I $1 05; No. $ do, SI Oti : July, SI 00; Ad gust, $1 00; September, 11 00. Oats steady and firm: No. 2 in sk)re, U0e, Corn Armand quiet: No. 2 mixed fit store, 644c. Rye dull and prices nominal: No. 1 in store, 95e. Bar ley nominally unchanged: 110.fiaprifig, $1 15; No. 8 do, M. , , , TOLEDO, June 12.-Plour steady.. Wheat la2c better, closieg dull: Ne. White Michigan. pot, 11 28; July, $1 25; extra do, 11 21; am ber Michigan. spot, Si 23; June, SI 23; J11.- ty, $1 25; August, St 25; No. I red, ol 24, Corn dull and a shade lower; high mixed.spet, 740;,, JulY, '20Q; August, 103ic.; low mixed 71ee no grade, 70. Oats a shade better, clos ing No. 1. We; white, 00o, ciosing at 643Se: rejected, Bee. , ; - , RaLritioak, June 12.-,Flour quiet, steady and unchanged. Wheat steady: Pennsylvania red, 41. V; others unchanged. Cern:. Weg firmer at 814e. Oats weak: white Western, 59470o: mixed do, 6:1168e. Rye dull and lower at SI 05a1 12. Hay unchanged. Provisions quiete Perk nominally 59, Itelk meats nominal: shoulders. 8e; clear rib sides, 11a 11e. Macon quiet: shoulders, 9 ali e; clear rib sides. 12541t18:. Hams very dull at 14a14e: Lard dull 'and lower: relined, 15e. ' Buttesee, tive: Western extras, :Matte; firsts, 19a2le. Collee quiet, strong and unchanged. Petro leum noni.inisl; crude, 020e. Whisky quiet at $1 SI. , . FINANC I Á L Haring purchased the entire Mock of A. WEATHER, at No.1) West Fifth Street, Consisting of a tine assortment of all kinds of Furniture, we will, TO-DAY, con tinue until July I, 18715, to offer this steck at greatly reduced prices, and re - determined to CLOSE IT OUT CHE AP FOit CASH. To parties in want of this class Of (sods thlh is rare opportunity, and they should Slot tag tit etw emine this,stock before purchasing elsewhere. - , , j L.- F. WEIIRMAIST & SON;N. N-os.11, And 23 West rtftlik Streeg. - '1 ib; current make la worth 12Sc per lb, with modem e demand, BULK MEATs There la very little doing. We quotei Shoulder, Squame: clear rib slues, 11.igallXo, and clear sides, DAIWA per lb, all loose. .4 é Gold to-day in New York. - Silver ia quiet and ste,ady.. The local rates are dai buying, 108 selling. Eastern exchange is steady with active de mand. Rates are unchanged. Buying at par ' to 1-20 prem. Selling at 1-10 prem. eiserling Exchange le arm and infair demand at 4.20),', sixty-clay bit The money market is quite and steady. Banks ate discounting freely at the usual rates, There is a fair supply in the ellen market aal per cent. , Southern Railroad -00 bonds are steadwith fair demand at 104 with interest. Other lecal securities are duli and about nominal. The following are the 1M0 P M. New York quotations4),day forsGoverainest bottle: , 4 Offered. t Bid. 81 Bolial. ., , .i 1255t 6102 BBou ad 111881 05 Bonds... r... , . 122)i 65 blew Bonds ... 1-010.0 12.3 61 Bonds......., , 126 68- Bead. 114S e 119 New Mi....." . ss P'.1 Cy. 8s. The following is the-1:80 P. M. rpport of New , Ydrk Stock Market, as received ay 4es, Star rett it ect, 28 West Third street: Sold. Offered at. Bid; w; tr. Telegroph.., ,. 143( ... ....! Pacilic Mail 82 ! Adams Express 1003t Wells, Fargo EX ,t... Fag ia amegicaa... ..... - e 68 U. 8 4 48 , Y. Y. CentrO. hris 27g , Vat), in Londen ,. 14g aariele ...z , Lake ilhora ., "ft Glev & Pieta 6 alg hex Si. Western Qom .6; 25M , . N. Wtateru aim' Rock 15a.li et. Paul, 213( it. Patti, pair Wabash Ohio & 257i Union Fort Wayne Hannibal & St. Joe., . jig 21 ich ,aan .1 55 linom ' thintoa chtougo & Alton Atlantic Pantile Tol 24 . -- Quicksilver - 16)1i 15 Panama, ' .145 Atiaottc& '93,K ,,,, .......... , di .6 4 46 44 .1. 4 4m,a, 'The New York weekly ,bank .atatement to. day ika8 lOnflifil; I , , tncrease 0,555.400 LbanS, increase - 0,308,400 ipecie.decresee 41.4,.,.,. 458,400 Legai Sender, increase. L ,.190,200 Iniposite. inoreasta,Y - ,...41.....,.' 115ii,10p agroulasion increase. ..a.., 1, StesorTel auNese Netti7 OW rRÈS11 kIRI FRESEt iie FOR 'THE COUNTRY! - - , DURING THE SUMMER TUE CEO 11111111 WILL RUN ' SUNDAY EXCUUSION TitAIN; A It -Co It - Stopping at all way pointa, ieavinf Cincinnati b::10 A. M., arriviiiir at Aurora at 9:45 A. M. Veturning leave Aurora 5 1. M., arriving at Cincinnati eilb h M. Ticketil and information at Depot foot et Mill treat. It, T. BR Y DON, Gen'l ritaa'r c. W. PARIS, Ticket Agent. jula-.51ott ' - - dRAND CONctitt, titig EVOIP;Id at the Batik-eta:cat Garaen, corner Bank andaBaymiller.streets, , STENZ & . It tttECUTO SALE' itteL tstallt ,LIPursollot to the command of an order for sale from the Pmbato Court of Hainflezni Coon. ty, Ohio. mid to me directed, will oiler for sale on the premises herein deseribed, in Said cotinty, in the Lity-of Cincinnati, on Tittedaý June Hi. leritt, et 2 o'clock.P. M., the follows lag deacribeti real dstate, With the improver ' Menus thereon, vitt , All thatreertain lot of land in the City rinclunati, County of ItawilLon. and btAte o Ohio, being part of Lot dve (5) in David . het's subdivision in said city, and commencing en the north line of ?iintestreet, between tree- - Man ynti Carr streets, at a point twelve Joel , and six incites west of the southwest Corner of James M. Morris' lot, which southwest c liter ' is in the west Hoe of George Georgeti aunt& - Vision, tnence north on a lib paraliel with the West line of George George'e subdivision nines ty (90) feet to a ten foot alley, thepee west,. hiolig said alley twelve feet mid six inches, thenee south on a line parallel With the west line of George Georgb'e sillnlivisron ninety feet to the north line of Ninth street, and theme mist along the north Hue of Ninth street tWeive feet end six inches to the point of be- ginning. It being the sathe property conveyed to aid Andre Huainan brileury C. Three. ' ' held and wife. by aee'd dated dm etis day id , May, A.D., teat), atd recorded in Book , nage tie of , the inseindoot kimmilten County t? , Nettled at 14,50o. , AlEio arl thet certa.in let et land lattiatif the-City of.Citicinnati aforesaid, ott the north wilco( Hopkink waist, pars of blood or sousis No. Eleven. as recorded by John, Oliver sosti Isaac liens in Boot No. 49, page 40 : and 41. of reebrds of Hamilton wont Onlo, cermeencing at a point osi the north India , of Rookies street, twenty feet east of the southeast corner of lauds uow or tete of Mar& , A thine and ninety-live feet east of Scott street, -, them. cast -on tho north line of said street twenty feet, thence north parallel to said At- , bins' line one hundred atm one feet eight ineh. my thence weet parellel to Hopkins sanest twenty feet to the northeast (sorrier of a lot couveyed to Margaret Sawyer, thence south on her east line one hundred Mad one foot eight inches to the niece of begieuillY. tee bailie lot couveyed by Lewis J. emelt anti mile to AndrOW tiloonau by deed dated Augest, 7th, 1805, end recOrdvd la BOok No. 847; peps 840 of Hamilton county, 0140, recorde. Valued al4,200. o be sold by order of said Court la the sue wherein. Joseph Tieman, titecutor of Andrew .Husinan, deceased. is pleintid, and Carolina Busman et al. are defendants. Caao No. 2,447, Hamilton Probate Court. Termini Stiti--One-teird eswis on the day of bale; tiie balance in two equal payments, he one and two years respectively, with interest at six per cent. per minima, front day of sale, scented by mortgage on tlie premises sold. JosEpa TlitHAN, , Executor of ANDREW linen Lk, deceased; Hovania & BAUltariN,tmottokeer& , my29-46ii , , ':' L-Wt SALEGROCERYFirst-class stand. r iteason tor selling. ata, engpled in other business. Apply on the pthaliscia, corner les. bells and Keturah streets, New port. Kentuctly JACOB 6 EBB A AIM jela-st,S,Tudah 0 , , purr , gaw The Most Efficacious Virtue FROM,PETROLEUM.-' Became wountled nature rapidly restores - self when thoroughly protected from lamas- ' pfterric action. Scheme acknowledges a,pertect,. ' applicatiou in ÇOSitiOLINN. raocelity or decompostition. Bea Itug without the slighica traithflod fif 0Martink I,114Vgil ng ka're. 111' BOMB ARV AllfrOUNSIXO's , Any inflammation. old and eruption's audatoothing twoundsfulto Ira ' is nature's faithful ally in the striaggio. , ' OUrn. Ste (tat Z111194314 Wksters, 1 plating, golsons, tee, Piles. tithing Tette; Salt Rheum, Rheumatism. Neuralgia, Mumps. Sore Throat, f,oughing, Wrested Limbs. Chap , Whoever Onee Uses It Beemomenda Tint POMADE Of COSMOUSIGIsequally wonderful in its tont detergeptand licalthjul t , Aaiun on.the glands sod hag." Waite Ritual or vegepahla pomades, which absorb oitygon. t - decompose. generate heat and destroy the hair. this never becomes rancid nor loses Its rich perfume.- le core all alp diseases. keeps alla haw soft, glossy and Irselrout gam. - sir Aak for COblitOLDIE er tor ' COCmCLINE POMADE; Itt cents s, bottle. with the above trnte ntark and mune B. 110110IVION & CO.. Philadelphia. - - I , 1St Con ortkry d bY Prugg , ma20-1.y,S&W Monuments a, peotaat,- ADIEUICAZI , IMPORTER of Scotch Granite Idolausgenk and btatuary tram Italv - Ar,iritED tuirrik - dell-ly ' 241.253.171'F' and41W. IrIfth at; NASHVIL14, lute Flour quint 'awl au-- changed di St 50ati 01; vin)eatiteatly at la 20a 1 wk. Corn steady at 68a Onto toady at Idak ' Coffne in 'fair demand and drra Modtgo. Provlsious dull stud &shade lower. Lara, tte. Bacan.ratill and dronjand at,1043,ttek Balk meats dna ana ornoinng at valvin. oared hams, Isgo; all pauktal - dgmand auk Um at Sle , . , ' ' ' , 11 ; -- ,,,i 0 i, 1 4H 3 . II , ' ' 1111i ' , 11,,I1 î . ,t, (S ,, ' .0111, AEIMMMMIEMIMMEMM....W , -4 , , . . , . I . , , . , . , 4 1 , R. litteezzican was arrested last preparatory to their leaving the city this night, to loolt after kis new steamer building rtritztxttritt. ; :, 4 ' 2. tj , lAsT EDITIoN night and lodged in the Llammead-street evening. there. - , , M. M. Deem', Ctere ot the C. IL Church, and station en a charge of petit laroeny. lle Remember the Tnrnerplottle atjobtks 4., .,h. ,,fr .1 , tJIAUSINCTOUT BALIU ' ' inn iresenog of a third kirst-m, , 1 -The 0910r041 troops aro itt g ginny J' troll Woodburn Lott tor Pittsburg Isst I oity, and L4o los oountry- per inoserve, Lionise '0,407;060 Ldomand and Ilintitit.31, - - , - Purr 0, .11 - eiri -1i,, 4" '14'41' 41.E4Tii) L;;El'U' fr. T.' So ZIP 1031 The Most Ettlea city ;1'1 , FROM -p us' , '