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ii " Bit0o1c1.101, N. T... June 28.-4,At 12z15
1 P.; M. tlourt Officer tipauiding wise
, down from the jury room and handed
;ludge Neilson a now marked 4,Contiden. ,
11.!, It was received in the presence of
osiers Abbott, Shearmaa, Pryor and
, Irris. The lawyers consulted over the
3 tter and all agreed to sky ustiting
, , s, out it whatever. ' , '
N,,r , ., It said, to have been & written re.
4 ' ,,,,,,,,, sweet iq their discharge, as they Oen '
'''' "P.N.-pc eibly agree. ()there claim bat it 1
. ' ," A equeet tor general instruotions
-12 cot tested points. Judge Neilson
- , ' that his information was that the
''' -a equested to be 'discharged, as they
, .......,....... urban thav want ant.
.,. It said, to bave been a written 're,.
,,,,,,--- oueet iq their diseharge, as the'y can
''-.110too sibly agree. Oilier claim het it
' al a --., equeet . tor general instruoilons ,
r,..,bn Oot tested point. Judge Neilson
- ' that his information was that the
''' - equested to be diecbarged, as they ,
, , a
tee same as when they went out
spot ol a Verdict. Whatever the ,
-6 age was, it is deeined certain they 1
tz.1 remelt) locked up tor a few -days ,
, , ,er unless they arrive at a Verdiet. I
1 ;'., WEUT MR. DEMMER 'MINKS. , ' '
-.'- New Toint, June-18.A World spools' 1
; ow Slug cue; givee au interview held ,
ilith Beecher Saturday atternoon on the I
train from Peekskill regarding the prob.,
abitity of the jury's agreement. 'Mr.,
Beecher said there wag but , one man ,
: Standing out and he has been hanging ,
f but Irma the'dret.
' 'rue defense were warned against him,
jong ago. Tuis cabs, said Mr. Beecher,
- ougbt to have beau bottled -three weeks
; ago. Judge Nellsonoould not afford to
tot the Jury disagree, and would, if nee
' titulary, keep them out sit weeks to .in
', Once Wein W beteg iu a irtlict. ., ..
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, - I.A2.1rar FOBBIGli NEWS. .,
I ' TUE pRINCR Init. ASUIST. .
I BRRI.111,- Juue MPrince Frederick
,i -Valium will assist at the maneuver of
,4-ne German tron-ciad fieet, Weduesday
opal bionday. The Amencen equaeron--
Will wituess the display. -
THE LORD MAYOR OF LONDO.T. .
-", DUBLIN, June 28.The 'Lord Mayor of
!London and suite arrived this morning.
, . Viley were called on by the -Lord Mayor
and Corporation of Duelin in state ana
t3onduoted to the Mansion House. 'They
. afterwards attended a review of Cue
troops at Phoenix Park. The Ameri
- Vail Bide Team and party were also At
the review, aud were euthuelastioally
.. -reoeived. The weather is unievorable
and the, atteudanee einall. Tals is the
liist time the Lord Mayor of London hue
.Nieited irehtud in ittate. , .
. BuRFALo, June Rd.-411e grain shovel
.,, . era are on a strike against the nee Qt
' &team shovels, and there is little doing.
,- - ', - litwe 2'hte Adorning. ' .
. PO'rrevILLE, FENN., June 28.--Mr.
1 iThoniae wad thin morning shot at
, ,biloemakers Collery, Mahanoy City.
,-- - "Wig Acquitted. -
lirlinINGToN, June 28.---The Govern
-anent nas entered a nolle pros. in the re
. imaining indictments against J. J. Hinds,
, Icharged with mail contract frauds. . ,
' . . A Etre If ngine-Houso Burned; ' :
- TRENTON, N. J., June 28.--A tire broke
. .. lDilt last, nigat in the staule ol the liar
- ' 'pony Steam Fire Company. Fortunate
. . ay the members of the company succeed
' ,-ed ,in saving the horses and harming.
, , ., Teter tiallney, formerly driver. of Vile
--..ilarmony hose-carriage. has been 4E
- ebtedjur letting hre to the building. '
, ',!1,,,. ' Marry Dal Nei Heparin , -
. i I IANAPOLI June 28.-Judge Chap
tvl, Ina , in me cr'iminal Court to.day, ite.
;tliftid the Buell-Gilbert marriage contract
' hs 'rand, but taut the parties Eould not
- iparate ,aaeordaig to its provisions.
Alia will be remembered as the case in
ep ;which the couple' married theinselves
, , ?without aid of license or minister, agree&
e lug to separate whenever they chose.
, , ,,,, - zArzsr ZOO:d.L - ' -
10 Iiin. JOBE Limit wail not lined in 'the
OF rolice Court on Friday. ,
,, THE Grand Jury will make their final
-- 'report late this alternoon. -
, ' ''AiRs. P.'DEICYFOOte notion( store, OU
- 73roadway, was robbed of a quantity of
. , tiothing and jewelry last night. No ay.
-tests. - , , '
s i a.
,' al& XL 11. ' WALTER, or Walter a
-Stephenson,. was called trom the Chain,
ber et Commerce to-day by a special
'-snessenger announcing the illness of hid
,Ivife. , . - - . -,
' A REPORT reaches us that a drunken
:finan living near tledamayille on tha
'' Delhi pike to-day attacked his wife and
-Ehild and ' beat them fearfully, nearly
'. -killing the wile. No particulars. .-, ,
, THE residence of Joseph Levy, No. 492
' 'Vest Ninth street, was entered some
, -, time beiore' et o'clock this morning by a
burglar. A silver-plated caster and a
' , ,lot ei wearing apparel were taken.
'a PAGE, the bond robber, arrested in
'Dayton by our detectives some months
, since, has been sentenced to eight years
in the Penitentiary. His trial touk place
,... 'sit Charleston, West Virginia, Where the
. ',robbery was committed-,
, is rumored that members of the
4Demooratio Executive Committee have
- , Irequested Alsr 'Redmond, Chairman., to
design and account for campaign funds
, viseed in his bands, and that he has
tailed to comply with either request,
, -I- (Toms Fir, Charged With hating'stolen
, op horse from John Roberts,- was ar
: reigned before Judge Doi and a Jury in
the Criminal Court this morning.- The
, 'defense set up a. plea of drunkenness aa
, an excuse for OW crime. The Jury re
turned a sealed verdict. ss ,
' oft A. w smarm, who WKS prose&
tilted by the Health Officer, for tailing
, to Make report of a smati-pot 048e unnbr
, . bis treatment, was arraigned in the
- , . 'Police Court this morning, end site a
s - lecture dismissed od payment of the
- Elmira, colored, and John Wein
. dle were convicted la the Police Court
this morning of the larceny of a carpet-, ,
tack containing Infra tad clothing to 1
' ' the amount of tt 80. Smith was sen
-7 tenced to thirty days and $15, Sod
, illicCandie committed 10 the louse of '
- - -,aefuge. ' '
Tifton', b, olored lib-idler, the
employ of J. E. Frey, the fish dealer - en
,1" Fifth street, was arrested this aftern0On
, -by oilloer Davit od charges of assault
,,and battery and of malicious destruc.
- tion of property. His employer bailed
, Patten Out by depbeitibgliftv dollars for
- hie appearance in the Pollee Court to
, 11norrow. s , ,
: PIMPARATOWT to the tourtli of July
Oelebration the 110111Ohantil and eaptains
Of the pollee force will drill at Hammond
, street Station-house Tuesday and-Titus,
day afternoons of the present week, and
- .the patrolMen Nat the diterefit Station.
, houses on Monday and- WStineeday it&
ternoons. A grand battalion will
4ske Pito. Exaositiou Halls Friday
afternoon. , ,
ritkit olio fif thOse.reck.,
less milk-wagon litivgre wbc.are oontin
, , nally Jeopardizing tile tires Of Nissen
- -- gers over our street, wai laet Saturday
stetting striated by Ofkoer Treed) for
s tuntingoever a little siX-year old dautz,
ter et Mr: Maaa, Using en tlark stroot,
aid breaking hes Ms wits arraigned
La tits Pollee Court Ohl morning for cant
inas driving, and sentenced to pat a tine
of L'f5 and ousts.' , ,
EDWARD FETE a clerk In the eMpley
of O. ht. Owniphas, eine time last wesa,
was arraigned la the Police Court,
charged wAll the grand larceny 'of a bar
rel of Varnish, which be had traded to a
dealer in' musical Instruntente named
Glick-4.14. 86 Caurt street.. Doniphan
succeeded in obtaleing the varnish, and
notes tor $500, from Fryer's father, on
condition that he would not iirosectite
his son. On Thursday be appeared in
the Police Court and informed the Judge
that be did not desire te preeedute Fryer,
as the charge was made through a mis
take. Ile paid the costs and Fryer Wait
dismissed. Judge Lindemau le not to be
blamed for his action in dismissing
the defendant, as tO all appearances
the statement el Doniphan seemed
reliable. 'Captain Churchill, however,
is not satisfied with letting the matter
drop,and has eommeneed proceedings to
ascertain whether Doniphan had a right
to act as he did. We will soon hear more
of this affair, as' Captain Churchill has
taken the case betore the Grand Jury.
' MAT DEINSURANÇE FUND.
Itwiri bn lamed and Walt Add 03,010440
- deo Dupholann
The momentous question to ineurance
men, whethor the reinsurance, funde of
the compaules were subject to taxation
or not, which was pending in the Board
of Equalization for the poet week, has
been decided. The following -telegram
received this morning from Hon. Judge
Williams, Auditor ol State, expiable it
self: To Hon. J.- L. Eeek, President of the
Board of Equalization: ' t
Toe question -referred to the Attorney
Goneral as to the reinsurance fund-of in,
surance companies, has been decided by
him as belore by Me, namely, that it is
not a bonatide debt, and therefore can not
be deducled from credite in teturning
tor taxation. JAB. WILuems,
Auditor et State.
In consequence 01 the above decision
about three .tnillione of dollars will, IA
added to the amount of taxes irom Ham
ilton county. Tee matter was uever bo
lero acted upon until the present Boaird
of Equalization took the queetion into
consideration. This will reflect 'with
credit on the members clinposing the
Board as laving tione all that was .re
quire0 intelligently and faithfully. - '
The 'Board adjourns this afternoon
sine die. -
The insuranee companies will receive
notice to step forward and make their
new returns. ' .
-.7tafe-b It this Afternoon.
Owing to the non-arrival of the New
Haven Base-bail Club, the game an
nouaced for this afternoon has been post
poned. - , ,
A game is to be, played at the Ludlow
grouuds at the time announced, between
a picked nine and tbe Ludlow club.
Eh Waldo Itibot Vasa
, The trait of Ex-Cashier Turner against
Postmaster Walt le, for libel, was Aried
before 'Squire Gilligan, to-day.
F. Wilson appeared for Mr.
Turner.. and NI esti reatiollards end Camp
bell for Mr. Weide,.
The grounds IA the suit, ea already
stated, are, that Mr. Waitie caused to be
published the statement bf Detail, a
letter carrier,. to 'the ylffeet that 'Mr.
Turner as flashier, failed to pay itim
(Dobed) all the amount -due him from
being 18.88 stiii behind. -
-Idr- Dobai was ailed. te a Knees,
and testified that be made the affidavit
t9 the effect that Mr. Turner ad re.
tained tile money simply to Aid in getting
the moneyiatid did not knoW4hat it was
to be pubildhed.,
With reference to the 'Charges Inlifr;
Dollen published allidailt severalWit,;
nesoes wete some of whotn Unti
tled that the amount paid Dobell wasi
short. - ,
The Osse was oontinued WWI tomor.
row afternoon. , - - -
' Brutal Act. -
Charles ' Fahr,w yoring boy about
teen years or age, last night offered a $5
bill at the saloon, or a man named Pole4
ter, on Vine street, near Lilierty.
Po later claimed that the bill was eoun.i
terreit. Fehr then offered other money,
This Po later refused, and jerking Pain'
into a baok room kept. hint Until 12
orclock, beating it is said, at inter.
vals, in-a brutal and .cowardly manner.
Ho Alen had him Molted up in the
Bramemastreet Station .and arrigned be.
iore Commissioner Halliday to.day, who
dismissed him, as the bill was perfectly
no Grange Question isetore the Chaitiber
- Commerm -
Capt. Holloway ott 'Change to-day read
the following cominunication: -
clisCititiaTtiJune OA, 11375.
To the President- and Directors of the
- Chamber ofCo,mmerce, Cincinnati, t
Gent leineu--The undersighed commit
. tee, appointed st a meeting of citizens
.heiti in tee rooms of the' Board of Trade
'On Friday, the zöth inst., for the purpose
of Considering propriety IA 'petition
ing toe National Councit et the Patrons
el Husbandry, through their soling. con.
Mittee, to meet at Washingten, D. Co on
the lst 01 July next, would most reepect
fully submit that tbey .1cdo been in
etructed Said meeting to repreteht to
your body and the Board of Trade their
unanimous opinion that every reasona
ble effort should be made uplia the part
of our eltizene through .yoer organiza
tions to bethre the permanent Itichtion
of' the National Grange lu this City,' and
to tequest you tó appoint &Joint bom
mittee, in connection with the Board el
Tiado, for the purpose of making au him
mediate report to tbe Select
Of the Grange at Willningtail setting
teeth the wish Of 'our caliphs' tO tete
them among us and the mutual advan-!
tages likely to arise to the parties 0011-
(nulled by-the adopelen- of this bity gel
their permanent headquarters. -
Vier immediate eaten ih We'd:Wee
Hell 1,, earnestly 'requested.
We itibscribe by order of said Meeting,
.idslith Kiroy, R. Buencel J. E, Kook,
01 H. Gelfroy, Rh AL Moore, Committee,
Oehrge W.- Blehop detibted tbe
pfoprioty pi all action' being Mee ih
the matter, hod Made a iew reinarks to
that effect, alter within the hole Matter
Was laid eVer tlit Wednesday a; Aileen
bf one Orolenk. - ' -
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ghtiall Pet le preiratent in the- Getman
distrieSs on the east side ot the eity4 and
the health (Otters meet with amen oppo
eitenintemosing patent.) td the rtiblio
Petit Respite'. Yeatetday MAO Was
reported at IN. 161 Stanton Street, dad a
doetot and itelistant bieitenS in an am
butane.). Tee,. niontited she parte
stairway, to the top Amity and khoelted
as the door; Which wee itnibediately
opened by -a lanai'. it bed ono ad
lin ere het l'isitora ha obriaked, and
andaairoted te Dinh tilt) deer, td
Out the wen aept it Open withoul
Gutty. ' -
1Cou attain takit haelland,H tb'e
woman -said, ,doggettiy. 6110'd alone
bete With' tua. and at,- thit top 'of the.
house." "It makes lin tilloreaue,," 'said
the doctor, ftand Lcan't stay tO multiply
words all night. This is a tenement
house, and we don't allow any oases to
remain in them. Without further talk
the doctor brushed past the woman, fol
lowed by the. ambulauce man, but the
woman 'lung to their coats and. begged
of them to desist. In a further room a
man, Otto Christy, lay on a bed, almost
uuconscious. , :
-Tbe- dootor and, his' assistan. t ap
proached the bed, when the woman
rushed forward, and seising them both,
pulled them off, and the two men were
obliged to have a hand-to-hand light to
obtain possession of her busbanes body.
Waite the -dower caught her round the
body and pinioned her arms to her sides,
the other rapialy hoisted the dyinr man
on his shoulders, spite of pa agonizing
groans of the moribund.
The thought that the husband was
really leaving her gave her renewed
strength, and she sprang once more
away trom the doctor and seized him
who rolied from the- assiatanie shone
ders to the ground. They then began
dragging the body along the floor to the
stair-case, the wife clinging to it and
shrieking dismally. Last evening the
man died, and to-day the excitement
among the Germans is Intense.. Friends
of small-pox patients threaten to mob
smalt-pox officer., and the police have
been called- on to protect them.--N. Y.
- corlivarox ,
The annual 'graduating exhibition. of
Walburg Academy le to tube pleat) at
the buildiug on Twelfth street Tuebday
Theodore Letterman killed a large tur
tie weighing d80 pounds this.morning.
The -Urge - tobacco warehouse ot
Mews. Lovell 16 Butlingtonnow in pro
cess o( erection on Scott street,Will she
ready tor occupaney about the first ol
August Over WO bands will he given
employment. The building is four sto
riee tu height,,substantially built, and is
to be one of the largest, manufactories in
- Henry R. Miller, No.10 Pike street, re
ceives subscriptions and news matter
for Tun bran.
The new cars tor the new -street rall-
way ars expeoted to :arrive to-day. If
they are brought in tney will be running
by to4norrow noon. 'The track through
tee streets of Covington is how: :com
A terrible row, such as usually occurs '
6u - Sunday in the neighborhood el
Eleventh 4inð Grimm -streetit took
place yesterday. Though the tuhulent
crowd used opprorbious epithets and
made pugilistic efforts the whole affair
was brougia .to a ternlinus' litt a ;small ,
knock down without a drop et spilled
There was a horrible etench at the eor
ner of Filth and Madison streets this
morning. it was distiovered that it was
caused from the decaying remains of nu-'
merous animals that had been slaugh
tered by a neighboring restaurant pro-.
In the Mayor's Court this morning
Fred Teem and Tim Callahan tor a
drunk apiece. were lined $1. an'd costs
eaon; John King and Geo. limith, petit ,
larceuy, 5trclaye; Watiaoe Mudd, James
Smith, Wm. Robinson, for gambling en
Sunday, were tined $5 eaeh011ey went
to jail. :Mary Ilerington, charged with
drunkeenese, was let off by paying costs.
Henry Rootamp, breach of the peace,
was tined $20; Peter O'Connor same
Rer.'llenry' Illoere preached at the
kliIirst Presbyterian Chemin the absence
of Rev. J. M. Worrall yesterday. '
Mr. James S. McLaughlin on SattIrday
estate in his bantruptdy case, both in his
own behalf And qf his creditors-except
A 'decently-dressed female -"passed
down Madison tryst yesterdayin a
beastly state of intoxication. , -
Abates 8, Letee 7,, on the klats yester
day. The wedding orMr. Eugene Shinkle,
eldest son of Mr. l'Illeent
clout of the City Council, to Miss Mettle
Greenwood, will take place next Wed
nesday at.the Scott-street bLE.
The tive at talf-past nine o'clock last
night was in a house at Tenth and Wash
ington streets, add Was extinguished
With a email loss' before the 'engines ar
rived. L ' '
The --ladies rot ;St. Mary's Cathedral
propose to glee a grand mite champetre
on --J. -Mactin's grounds, 'corner -of
Twelitts and Madisen, next Thursday '
night, , - , ;,
Geo. R. Nólan, editor bf the Robertson
County Tribune, was -in the city yester
The Antral Of Sebastian Stockhath
mer toot place Yesterday, and wits ac
companied by the Butchers, Associa
tion lo honor of the deceased', '
J. H. Koors, while sitting in bis yard
On -13th etreet, at assaulted by two !
men passing and cut in the -head with a ;
hatchet. An jigly ash was indicted.
No arrests. ' ,
- The main water pipe in Fourth Street t
burst about 12 o'clock Saturday L night, ,
causing tionsiderable - dainage to the 1
street. - ,
Elm street that her sidk Witt was be
witeited, and that the first person who
entered the bonne was the witch. Ou
the entrance ot neignbor the mother
fiew at her with ouch ferocity that elle
was compelled to dee ter her life.
The new Market-house will be opened
the second Saturday in July,
A lump of ice, weighing about two
hundred pounds, fell ou Mr. Taylor
Thornton's foot yesterday, lujuring
severely. , --
The order of Harngarl have elected
Messrs. H. Ebert and H. Koch as dele
gates to the Grand Lodge of the State
of Kentucky, which will assemble at
Louisville on the first Wednesday in
ewe. Britton Os Hayes Iiave been
awarded the Garrison meat contract.
During the absence of Airs. Baker, who
lives on Moninouta street, near Bellevtle,
her store was robbed of Money and goods
to the value of tweuty dollars.
Washington Formal walked In his
Sleep Friday might and fell out of a second-story
window, a distance ot twenty
two feet. He was considerabirbrdised,
but no bones were broken. , -
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, 1;0.1.1eiß CO317.1,M, ,
Drunk and Disorderly-ThomasSreek.Susan
Francis, each dismiosed; Michael Reardon, J.
Edwards. Robert Er ly, Andrew Merk, Peter 1
Maloney, Cherie Davis, each 15 and coots; ,
joint Cavanaugh, Charles Alieheles, JOba Noet,
John Stuart, Julbt R fan, George Bartin Chas.
it bite, each $1 and oosts; Pint. Gering, twenty ,
days and MO; Louis Dobling, bail forfeited; .T.
Pullin, George Pipp, eaeh MO and costa Geo. ,
Feces, continued to July P
Assault and Battery-James -Seettt, 25 and
costs; George Erin Leopold Leiser, each eis
missed; Charles Brown. Annie brown, each
esatinued to July Id; Jaznes. Dee, mune; Gus
Anderson, MG end costs.
Miscellaneous-Peter CLISSanititer., careless
driving, a75 and costs; Ed Ryan. petit larceny;
Georgo Williainson, Fiume, pack thirty days
taiteig; Philip ifeight, abusing family, six
ty days and 425, suapended to July leth; An
drew sierk, expeoing person, $15 and COM1i
George rinioting nicer, $I5 end coots;
Wm. Smith. petit larceny, thirty days and MA;
John MoCandles. same, House of Refuge; Geo.
Parker, George Hunt, vags, each dismissed':
Peter Loftus, petit larceny, twenty days stud
ant; A. W. Ringer, failing to notify Beard of
åt(A. dismissed; , Joseph Rigon, vita,
digadissedi Wm. Beckley, Pat,Fallon. Edward
SockleY, C. Hardt, selling by short measure,
each continued to 29th 'not.; George esley,
petit htreeny, twenty nays and $5: Bernard
Burkeyeer, loitenng, dismissed; Marcia behro
der, recklestt driving, al and costa; Ben. Smith,
street begging, Ginty days; George ripp. tun
Holum; destruetion, $15 wed costs; l'hilip Ger
ing, threateniug personal violence.
...p. ilw .
ItzrEE NEW& ' .
Beats Leaving To-day-Louisville. Kali
Packet; StIonis, Man. , ,
TUB STAGE Of BITER&
'Prrtsfiend, Ante 26.-River fallieg. feet
6 Inches. Toermometet 80 deg. Wind
Wheeling-4 feet and failing.
' Charleston-4 feet 7 inches and falling..
Huntington-41 feet 4 Wade 42di felling.
Fraukforts feetand falhng.
Louisville-7 feet at the head of the CanaL
and 5 feet on' the Falls in the pass, and the
Emnselite-14 feet and falling. -
' N ashville-r4 feet 2 inches on Harpeth Shoals
Cairo-A.feet 10 Inches and rising. '
St. Louis-River falling.
Arrivals and Departures-Enteia from Ken
tacky River,, and Thompson Dean 'front blew
There were no departures outside the regular
The wreck of the Juniata is to be sold at
Pittsburg by the United States Marshal June
Captain Wm. IL 'Evans has brought snit
against Commodore W. J. Keener and the Ai.
legheny Mail Publishing Company for Libel,
and puts hi8 damages at $95,009. ,
The Jas. D. Parger lightened the Belle et
Shreveport off the bar at Island No.10, after IS
pours hard work.
'The Minneola left 'Memphis fOr Cincinnati
Saturd ity 'evening.
The Indiana left Raw Orleanaler Ctnetnaati
Capt. Alex. -T. Pester,,ef the .Letutsville, le
purenasect nuu toe me
The iliberitians will spend the 4tit of wharf1,,,AL
July at Canwn. - The Vint. hinkle was anxious,
. ' to-day as loading for blew Orlsa
-Mr. Viad.'13rOwn, the geffitlemanly pre- The Jas.-1). Parket is the Mist
prietor sof the at. Charles, bat so, ar-: te mare this week, allti pr
raniged and decorated his place as to. sufficient to tet her out Tuesday,
Make an attraction tkthe placid ahores- -.1he elegant Thoainedslookiapvesealaut
of thp Lidkifig. Not iong Sinn these- f" 1Ni-4:lean
Tne Thos. bheiiuca at Cairo w
beautifid bottoms were Intelted by a low, to au oat.
-tribe dmatmonly ktio-wa as the Tarty - -
Thieves. Since such Men as the Doc-. AZ.Lr
tor,essisted by that vigilant officer Of the ' 611(r.
pollee force, Catitigliath, haYti located' ' ciactreststf. true
there, all is quiet, and, eVery one In that 11.017LThe market ilt stead
vicinity can enjoy linrielf tinder hie dan fair demand. Panay Sold' it, St
tine and fig tree, With AO Portiesn th K"Be choice brands ore held at yi
molest him or. make him afraide , stud to-day at Se IMMO; sprit
sample eb 50a5 4v; Mara ett IMO
The new' furniture for, the First Na- 50,4. 'wind low !trade; are a
tional Batik has attired and le being per otli Rye Lair is quoted
placed in position. Mr. John Schneider, wHICAT--Themartetisealet
we Understand, Ill take eharge or the is in Moderate demand, outy, at
brieke aorta ai the bank is Open tor Polio Primoy,Per,,,,bui.
bufsgeio,, , , and white 11 mai so ICOT geea to
An invitation Las 'been eitended io Choice held laac more, wall little
the reportets of the filfferebt papere so- bigteet nit 1
lieiting their prestind at the hiauglirti- 54o tot linnet; and 550.57c:or witi
thin ball et, the heW Jtily Itkill-tt-The market is easy am
1st., . . to prime &amide lots. are Worth 1
Sole Man tvlin nitanderaa' da'annd' -
CON-L-There is hot ihrieh
at .the gnMe be Saturday, le sOld. ' demand irt proportionateiy. Ugh
The little fie-tighter Of -Adam Benner, bre Mild at 125te,- Meer rite sale
go bidly gegidgo by hos miati cued, yeg ib, and shoulders iNitt per Ibi all
terdayo, , , , , , gar-oured hams, weds. per lb,
Tax paying time, withoiit Péialty,
Pito Thurdelay. ,,..t. (JOHNThe Market qhiet
- Mixed is quoted 62aMo for ear,
Mrs. Wilson anti Altos Jelinson, of re- shelled tier bit tor geed ',staple,
ate the -peens or their tele- went lago more, White is me
Weir, Mrs. S. T. Miles , and Mrs. with no reliable eicitationi. ,
.Tathnis, of this bity, - -- - IdEs$ PoRK--The inarket
St. BOnifecithr Seciety. bf Corpus !IttherIlkißt"'d and Priale Ciij
dhrtitt Uktireit big alboteð be, fellow- 'Iltilaper biriljvitmkairtreittedi, bdefintraa
ing &dicers: Jibes, Iteggei Preelde el; There is a moderate legality tort
Scarttftlitaill, 'Tine rtesidoott ildeig at Mialaxe per lb; eity kettle
Pirsi Secretary; Val Secona usso, sea prime team 13o per lb
liebretaky; :Iteort ,nehwetinan, Trtinsu- ntILK at EATS --rfhe market it
moderate deniand 8144 for shot
ked it c for tear ri a
Tao .Dethoritatie ,COntiit gketnitive Icitecta"r rdes 'le' it, all
commit.. will Meet Jilly Ur. The Con- curTure-,frhe Market is guild
volition to nominate candidates for the isi priced.. Stiles loltday of
Legislature- will-not meet until the latter quote: Ordinary, Mot good MI
part oftbe weekt, -v low taiddlin2, 143tet,
TheTurier sectietie ReiiPhrt -and midttlieb 16;-16-111dling "kr'
Obefitigtott WM Meet uhd celebrate at at p
f)ttð,telliliw4 Hall next Suntlitt., - Wee at teat figure M
This Mini box t 1441,1n10 , BLAN14--The Market la well Di
lai ad dallatitt bY a are la the groeery lightdemand.,. kMoice navies 41.4
atore of itt Loci & Coq Which; was ét- 861,"j,",,djal,,d1,,n1ni9 11150 'Lt,,Inl
tingaisked atifOre the ArriVal or the en. t '1"."- Ze4
ogee, - , , , di not muott,.;,,4..e., ,F12-M, I
- quiet, ttitattitta tinother on -grte'-;b0,184-11,,Vr:-111
, . , , , -
cermet home on tne Moberg
The Shippers' Own gees up Tennessee titer
After a load of pig irori for Cincinnati, and will
return Id Tennessee niter from here. -
filet, John Woodburn's 'sew Arkattieris 'Jett
picket, Mesa Millertwiliberionspleted m about
Commodore Fry, besides the Belle of Madi
son, is betiding two small beats.
Capt. now boat is to hive 10-11iCh
cylinders. , ,
Trityboat ttettlilLhe Media Clare, !rote tell-Wills
to 1iwatt-ha, Passed up With sit empty
barges Sunday4 -
' The Salt Valiey atrived at Pittsburg Sunday.
The Cobb Weil Dame iulrom Irentoa with a
tow of pig iron. ,
The Gevernor Allen, Irvin St. -7.4)- uti, Paseed
up Sundaÿ evening with two barges ore.
Capt. Milt...Harvey, of Memphis, is here
looking for tight draught boat for the White
riVer trade. lie expected to ge up tat ritrer
last night to look at some boat.
,Cei. Will It. Dean Mayor Or liew York.
, Tire Fawn is going to bring a, party or
Fourth of Jely excursionists here. -
The Julia 110. 2 put in her Sew eylirader hnd
got elf for Kanawha Sunday Morning.
The Exchauge returns to Pit! burg Theaday.
The Utah is loading for a return trip to kik
St., Louis. ,, . -
Capt. T. V, Sweeny, ot Wheeling, is here.
.11is new steamer built at Browusvilles Pa..
wiil be 165 feet long, 84 feet beam, apd 41i feet
hold. The engines wilt bell by 41i inches, and
tW'o boilers 40 inches by 28 leek She will be
ready the 1st of September. r
The Pittsburg itepublicrins are talking alrout
running Capt. It Oray as a eomprenlise can
didate for Sheriff. , .
The Ashland passed Wheeling Sunday raorh- '
ing, bound for Pittsburg. '
' Rumble and Weneels of Natehei, breve
purthased the huli of the Belie, Lee ler a
The Vint. Shinkle was announceden 'Change
to,day as loading for New. Orleans, to leave ou
The Jae. D. Parker is the firtit Meth3MS boat
to -leave- this Week, anti will prebibly reoeive
sufficient to Iet her out Tuesday, ; ,
',1he elegant Thoinpsoli Peen is here loading
for Prey( 0,rleane, and leaves Tuesday,-
, The Thos. Sheiluck at Cairo wanted 400 LIMB
to fill out.. - ,
, , Clwormistf, juire p,
11.0171.-The tnitritet it steady to-day, With!
fair demand. Fancy sold, it, $0 per- tut,. and
Some choice brands ere held ab y211 00a1. kantilYj
sold, to-day at ,St 115a5 451 spring,. 25. '251'5,35;1
isainple,Ob 80a5,4vi bxtra, SO AO la; superdin,
50a4 6kind loly grades are. ivorth $4 20a4 40,
per oel, Rye Mir -la quoted $11 llOa5 80 Per bit
WHICATThe Market isquiet and easy. 1ted
IS ih Moderate demand, only, at 211881.2 for
grotto primelper bal. Mill -is worth M 25al 21,
and white $1 ai 80 or good to prime, per bir.
lffieice held lake more, with little or MON otter
111.ta-,-Tite Market vent eedtili at fitit
54o Cot ;thaw; and MON:or white, toe Noi I.
BAB-,-The market ki easy and quiet..., timid
to prime lamPle lots. ars Worth Val 05 Pet bd.
with moderitte demand, -
, IsACON-L-There is hot ihtiãh Wifirifigt, htit
demand Jo proportionately, light, 4,4ear sides
bre- field at In Mot clear rib intim at Itxt, per
lb, and shoulders Vitt per lb, packe Sugar,oured-
Mime; 'mallet per lb, unnamed and
COM Th mar et la quiet an unateady,
Mixed is quoted Manna for ear, and 64a65o for
shelled per btt tot good sareplo,- and- holders
want la2o more, Mrhite Is merely nominal,'
with no reliable qnotationii. -
IdEs$ PoRK--The market is - quiet and
tether Mnisteadyi and prints city in quoted at
49 kb per brl 'With Itmited demand- . .
LAUDthe market in firm but quiet
there is it moderate laqiiiryior, clirteitt make
at litiallixo per ibt city kettle is onotad 18 Ma
Ingc, andprime Itealli 13e per lb in tierce& -
litILK MEATS --the market. is steady with
moderate deniand 8144 for mhoulders and ;go.
more amked; ltho for Otear rib, and 1134 for
clear side per lb, ail loom& ,
.GOECUM--the Market Lk quiht 'a change
la price& Salm to.-day of ale alo& , WO
quote: Ordinary, 12ot good ,órciluary lfiMet
low titiddlin2, 14,1o: middling, lijidt sood
middling, 15104- Middling fair, 160; fair, lfc
peC lit, s '
WttigitY-41 at pei Ration, anti
life at teat figure of .t ,
, B LAMMThe inarket ta well e-rie tog; with
light demandv. Ohotee mink 41,4ilete;,1ti qme
Etat oteklitilni,Ni 5011i Lt.bu,; ,
4n0.0111-COUI:i ati;t, 4,tti atexd;
IS not much : .44 I i We
3uote: It, le4T 01424;
MEMO-The enriply is Molted. wed the de.
mend, is fair,witb nrra market st lialktie per
POYFEE-The demand is light and the sup
ply is liberal. 'the market is itemewhat weak
or, especially ter tile tower 'mitts. We.quotet
itio, le,talite tor common; Inatte for lair to
food: eild for prime to choice. stave
a worth Mollie Der lb. , , ,
COAL-Tbere is a steady and quiet Market.
The rates afloat are Ithi ate for Youghiogheny:
Astriand, tio; Raymond City, Ho, and atialte
for Ohio River. Delivered to, emasument we
quote: Ohio River, 110; Milano, Hie; Ray.
foetid City litallic hi uskiuguin, flocking
V witty stud kenawlita, 13e, and Youghiogheny ,
pale) per bu. Kanawha canneit 20a22c: In
diana cannel, 20e, awl Ohio mune, lite per Du
delivered. . ' t
reeetpts are getterally la a
bad, toodition, owteg the wenn weather.
be amount of really good hotter is stnellk but
it meets with ready ewe at previous prices.
Helium awl common grades are dna, with a
continued ,accumulation of stouts. Choice is
worth 164110e, and prime. leach) per lb, with
lac, more for small lots of extra. Medium
grade. ire offered at laitite. and,commonleallto
DRIED FilllITS-.-There is only a moderate
demano for domestic. Applea are quoted Thee;
peachest'latkt for quarters, and eitlite for haives
per lb. -Foreign are in fait request and steady,
with ne variation in prices. ,We quote layer
raisins 42 40aX to per box. Mee, 14alec: prunes,
doe; dates. 2Natte; euerauteriietto,ond
ron, 110852e Per lit
EGGs-Are quiet and easier under more lib
eral receipts., We quote fresh arrivalitibtic per
GREEK lfRUITS---Lemona are Ark, with
fair demand at taiel per box, gind with Ineder
ate 'eerily oranges are steady, stud beat Quell
ties are worth Elea 50 per box,,in More.. Noth
ing doing in apples. - -
HAY-The market Is rather dull, with large
supply and a moderate demand for the best
grades. No. I timothy is worth -for
10080, for. tiglit-pressed. per ton. ma
Common bay ie he'd at Walt per ton,
on arrivel. Peelers ask. Sie2 per tod,more
HILHP-46 withlight demand and a
moderate supply. hie. material variation in
prices. Rough Kentucky is worth glairalti6
per ton, laud dressed 12Blege per lb.
HIDES-Are iu moderate demaad but goody
, at previous priees. We otiose: Green bides,
tHita)iti; greau salted, Sac: dry flint, Hal5c
per lb; suttee pelts ere worth 'Masi ab for
good to printe, and 5)5a5Ue for common.
MILL TEND-The nutrket is steady to-day
but generally quiet., The receipts are moder
ate alid demand, limited. Bran is worth 514a15.
shipstuffs Heart, and middlings letra21 Der ton,
all on arrival, and SS more per ton in store. '
MOLAtitiLS-18 quiet and steady with mod
erate demand. No change in pritos. New Or.
leans is worth Male, and nailed situps WWI
01L8--.Linseed continues steady and Wet at
66a5le per gene. Lard oit is in moderate de
mand at 210,40. OS per gaiton for extra quality
of current-make. Relined petroleum is steady
at 30t12iic per callow
POTAIOSS-The tuarket la well supplied
and there is moderate demand at fitta4 50
per bri tor cOmmon to choice new in store.
POULTBY-Live chickens are in moderate
request with ample retelpts, and they are quo
ted le 60a4 ler obi, and Hi Eta for young per
WOE-There is a moderate oonsumptire de
maild at previous prices. We quote: Carolina,
beetle; Louisiana, 'Naito, and Rangoon, Lax
SALT-Domestic is quiet and steady. It is
worth e6c per bu and Si leat4 t per brl, on Br- '
rivet: Liverpoot coarse is inactive: it is quoted '
$11 SIS per sack: Tarks' Island continues
rather dull at 50aSto Der , -
SEED-Flax is moderate demand at SI 50
per ou. Hungarian grass is quiet sod worth
leal 45 per bu. Clover iaheiti. nommaily at
Itall)40 perlb, and timothy ebati 76 per bu
SUGAR-There is a fair local demand and
neatly market 'at previous rates.. We quote:
New Orleans, &seise per lb; clarified, attaitiet
extra "C," 20y010,qc; "B" white, 10a10.30;
"A" white, lOsitititi 0: hard, Ilmall.tic per lb.
TALLOW-a:no ntarxet remains steady. the
demand being about equal to the receipts.
Prime country is worth 8atige per ily.
WOOL-Market steady and demand moder
ate. We quote: UnWastred clothing, 18430c:
umwashed combing, Malec; tub pasted. 45a
4 ,te' common to Ane deuce, 4ea42e; city pulled,
Beak per lb. ,
' Cineftsstati Live Stock Market.
The followiag are the recelpte and shipments
Of live stock ler tile past 48 hours: , -
, Cattle.- Hoge. Sheep
Receluts. 950 , 1554 , 1712
814n,ents t,21 " 802 1342
H008-1.Are active to-day and tirm. Coot
ion are Worth 16 540 10i. medium, $6 60gi 00,
and geed to choice 1$1 lOgi 25 per cental gives.
Bk Et' CATrEltMarket dull ifs regards in
ferior grades. but good grades are firm end ac
tive. We quote common 52 2.5a8 50; fair to
mediutu,'18 55a4'10: and good to choice $5169 'per
81LEEPMarket quiet under a modetate de
Markt at 4844 50 per oental gross. :
7NANCIAL5 , ,
- ' t Jane 29-1 P.
GOld is Werth 11N in NeW York te-day.
Eastern exchange is Erin and in active de
mand, with light receipts. No change in rates.
Buying at par to 1-tid premium, and selling
at. 1-10 prem. ,
Sterling exch.:Piga b tirM, With fait demand
at 4.90 sight, and 4.89 sixty-day bills, gold.
Bioney is fair demand to-day, with liberal
offerings at the'libnal rates of las per cent, -,
There is still a good demand for Southern R.
R. bonds at 104, with interest. Other local se
edrities are generaily quiet and inactive.
The following are the latoit New York quo
tations to-day for kinds Of Ourernment se-.
curities: , ,
- Sold. Offered. Bid.
81 Bonds - - 126
fal Bonds .... II
64 fonds. .... 118
65 . 1.94 ;...
65 New 130111.113., 120
tit Bonds ...... 325
00 Bonds , - 138'
10-40.. ........... .. , , 119
.. . .... ,
Cy. 65.. ... ........
l'he following is the 1:60 P. M. r,eport of New
York Stock Market. as received by Lea, Ster
rett Co., 28 West Third street: -
Sold. Offtted at. Bid.
Wa -IT. Telegrapk...4 , ,
Pacific Mail 413X
Adonis Express . lo1 , -
Earge Ex, ..a.,
If. ' - ' " 46 -
N. T. Central
IL P'Prel$ ...a' ,
Erie, in London., 113 , 113
Harlem , .... i 150
.. .. .... 4
Clev å Plate; ... . a 92
114., Western war. 98
N Wtstern pre'd . di
Hock , 108x
St. Paul, coin 84
St. Paul, pref'd
Wabash . . . .... . ' '
Ohio tti 23
Union .. . At -
Fort, ViTityite , lit
Hannibal 4 St. Joe la
Michigan Ceetral.,,,,, 68
(Wage litAtiOn. i i
Atlan till it PallifiC Tel. - "t"
QuiCtisilver . .6 t , i5
ranam., AT', ,,, , 134. 128
Atlantic l'aning 71,3g 6.
Nair Ybalf, Jun le modetitte Ae
mead: Mupertine State and Western; $4 50a4 90;
coalmen lay good extra do, 44 leaf. 25; good to
0110ii3C, $5 Mai 65 ; white wheat Western extra,
16 toad 40; extra Ohio. $4 90 at,' 84. Louis, 18 26.
Rye dour quiet and Unthangt.i. ' Corn-meal
more active: Western; 28 Owl 93. Wheat: No.
6Pring, 11 19al 32; No. I Atiltfatilleó and
Minnesota, $1 Slat 22; No. 2 Chteago; $1 18a1i4;
No. a Milwaukee, $1 16 in store; No. 2 North
Western, $1 13a1 M; ungraded lows and Min-.
neeout springitt teal al; winter red Western.
oft alai J06; ember dot fflei 89; , white do,
41 8541 Eye quiet: Canada in bond, 90e:
State, Wean. Barley Amine". , Malt quiet
and steady. Cern: mixed Western, per steam
er, &kit do., kali. 82308,80. Cats: market dull
and lower: Western. 63a68c4, white do, itilai0e
Hay unchanged. Coffee quiet and steady: Rio,
argot's, Itia18e, gold; jobbing, Itima19e
Sugar, fftir to good miming, ta,8c;
mime, 8 et. relined firm at 10altlic. Mo
ses dult nd unchanged. Ripe quiet and steady.
Petroteum quiet and firm: refinea,12c;crutle,
fluatime. Strained resin steady at 11 Dal 80
Spirits turpentine steady at 94e. Pork firmer:
DOW Mega heel unchanged. Cut meats dull.
Mitt.g.1 quieti long clear Testertl, 11e; short
do.,, cot. :5-rd firmer: rime steam, 180.
Be illy 9rdier. Western. 5a24e. Ego heavy:
Wtsierns a IR" 140 la Cheese Paler at Sai2301,
, et 11101.1 211 ,
slinxers ar TPLICONAPIlt..
lima VI-Wheat dull Ildwanked
club, al la. Cora unchanged.
sorragual, June 28. - Wheat unchanged. '
Corn dull!' ear, 75alle; -shelled,' ila800; free in ' '
PfiOal S. June 28.-Oorn steady st 64c. Ofths: -
white, '640; mixect, 52)4e., Ave entirely song.
naL l'rausactious -
BUFFALO, N. T., June 28.-Wheat dull and
lower: sales at 11 01. Corn dint and lower:
No. 2 mixed Western. at 18X,e, Vats nous.
hush ,, '
CLEVELAND, June 28.-Wheat. isom and oata
steady mid unchanged. Petroiegin steady:
standar(' white, in car Iota 10fic. Ohio Kat f
twit., 1131,c; small lots late li'igher. ,
fir. LOUIS, June 28.-Wheat: No, 11 red win- ,
ter, 11 cash and August; soft No. 1
birraorr, June la...Flour quiet and on. ' -
Changed. Wheat cpuet and unotiangeds extra, '
sl liti; No. 1, st V; SI 2135. Cora '
quiet and unchanged, at Illo. Oats (pilot and
unchanged at tin , - , ,
INDIAN AFoLtaçäum3 28...-Pleur steady at RIO . ,
afi 25. Wheat steady: Red. ,12ak 15; amher, ,,,
15a1 EDI while, SI boal Pi. s.orn steady: '
ear, 6bc; shelled, 6800o. Oats steady: nuked,
Ifilci white, 640. Ill SI 10.11 IS. . ,
linstruis, June 28.--Flour dull and nominal,
Com scarce and firma at stbasfic. - Oats: markeb '
bare. Hay dud and Unchanged. Lard dull ,
and nominal. Bacon quiet mid
Apples in good demand it kill prices:
Ov. Potestum in good demand at Intl price'. - -
Minarsogst. June 28...-Plour mid no.
changed. Vi' heat, firm; No. I ,
SI efiii; No. 8 do, Si 03; July, SI Oniic; August,
SI 01Ne. Oats inactive: No. I, 51.t. ;;Orn active
and higher: No. 1111)(0.1, in store, 64bge. ,Itya
scarce.: No. I, in store, 96a bade entirely
nominal: No.,2 spring, September, SI.
Bowes, June ink-Flour: deinand ,moderaes -
at S4 awl 50 for WeSteru superene; 441;45 SS
for common extras; Simi 25 for Wisconsin and '-
Minnesota extras: seat 16 for white wilting,
Ohio, indianis and Miehigan; Rai 25 for Bli.
note, and PI 2,50 for Ct. Louie. Corn: firm at
8fiifia89e for mixori and yeilow. Oats, tfialba
for mixed and n bite.
LOulaviLLs, June 28...-iflour unchanged.
Wheat dull and drooping' at it Mai lb. Cora
weak at 'Malec. Oats dull at 65affle. Rye 110111.
liaY dull at illEa2J., ;Previe151111 quiet
and nuchtinged. Pork, .2 1. Bulk meats. Siiss
Bacon. filalty,,a12,7,go. Ungar- ,
cured hams, IdallOic. Lard: tierce, 1,400;
kegs, 15xe. Whisky ol 15. Bagging firm and ,
MARBVILLE, time nulet and not. ,
changed at PI Blab 56. Wheat Ready at SI sna : ,
1 25. Corn sieady at 880. Oats steativ at Ita. ,
Coffee in fair demand and lirin at iimaty,o,
Provisions dull and a shade lower. tuni, lam ,
Bacon dull, and drooplag -at 104180. ,Itu ik ,
meats dull and drooping at talt,sis. SUOMI. ,
eared hams, oatiketi. Whisky,
demand anti firm at SI 2i. , ,
TOLEDO, June V.-Pinar steady. s Wheat
Is iu lair demand aud firm; No. 2 white W a
bash. SI 2fili; No.1 white Michigan. SI -6: atip
ber do., SI 24; Jul y.11 MS: August, SI tribt:
No. t red, SI 24)4al rt: No. 8 oso, $118: No. I '
amber Illinois, J al TiM. Corn le fair de. - -
mind and Arms high mixed, Ile; easels and ,''
June,12e:July,12t,,e; August, 14.44741i; low ,
mixed. 69)itauc; damaged, 00c. Oats a shade
firmer: No. 2 and itih,h gas. 511Min.whike, Sec.
N OBLEANS,JUrte 28.-Sugar and molasses,:
verv little doing and quotatious are untiaanged..
Floitr firm: tnible. loan ,s5; chide, bta
an 76. Cora firmer at itratetc for white. Oats
dull at 68e. -Bran is Erin at Rae. Hay quiet: -.,
Ordinary, 1,22; prime timothy, $13a24; choice. ,
120. Coffee: no stock in first lianas; quotations ,
unchanged. Pork chill and easier -at .t.-41 otia
20 ES. Dry salt mettle dull at 8,k1,6,tia1211,15110.
Bacon stronger at 934a9al3iii Baum
quiet at axiddia. Lard MAU: tierc,e, 14e: keg.
I44alt34c. Whisky dull at SI 192122. Urn
meal dull at ' , ,
BALTIMORE, Jima 28--Flotir dull and toter: , '
Western superfine. SS 25a4 Tit extra. öna5 37M;
family, S5 Wan E0. Wheat dull mid unchanged.
Corn weaki Western mixed, ItHim Oats weak:
white Western, Mane. Eye dull at 41. Bay - -
dull: Pennsylvania and filatTland, Sifla28.
Provisions firmer. Pork (heady at s2,20 511.
Bulk meats quiet at axe; shoulders. '
clear rib titles, ilhalltic. Bacon s
shoulders. titaiMe; clear rib tildes.
hams, Pialbsic. Lard very duli: refined, 14i-a
14,310. 'butter unchanged. Cottle quiet, but ',
I arra Ind unchanged. Petroleum noutinal; "
crude. tlial54c. Whisky, SI 'Skint ,
PITIDADELPIIIA. Jdne 28(- Flour thin nil.
rather Weak': Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota '
family, 5 12Kall: Pennsylvania, Indialm ant
Ohio do, St 15116 50; .high grades, Sti toa7 bd. -
W heist in better deinand: reit, SI 30a1 80)i; am, "
ber, SI 80a1 88. Rye, SI Mil Ott , Corn in InOtt
erate demand: yellow, 80c: Wetern Mixed,
'Malec Oats depressed: white, ittafibe. Pre
Pitons in limited demandat yester my's prices., ,
Whisky: Wei(Wrn. 1 20. Petroleum dull: se-
fined ,12c, ,crude ec. Clover seed; Westov, ,
123,ic: timothy unchafiged. glitter ithiet,. Nolv -
York extras,25a21c firsts, 2Ja24c; Weeterh OE-
tras, kaatic; d,o zersts, Purge. ,Ohoess firm: ,
Western line, Itggs firm: It eaters
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BY, OLIVER- OPTIC, SYLVAN CS COBB,
Jr., MISS Al.COITI WILL CAIILTOR, it
TILOWIIIIIDelE, MARK TWAIN, Ath
" Tut PEOPLE'8 LEDGtl
tiny address iwtry WoOk for
threp months, on trial, on
esibt onlý SO CENTS. ' -
The tetiPle'l Ledger" IS in old estsblish
and relatifs weekly paper, petitioned every
saturda3r, and to very popular throughout tee
N. E. and Middle States. Address. .
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aid bre ki hes big Ile was arraigned words 411 night. Tale is a tenement. witeited, and that the first person who
a 21C , d la -airowita a si.rla mar, it.et at 1111)S0 Per Ossrato0, lune SIWheat Sat lidistaisee ,
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in the Pollee Court Ole morning for Ara. house, mad we don't alkiW any cases to entered the bowie was the witch. On
rirrssess, June 28. Wheat unchanged. I .
ð less driving, and sentenced to pay o tine remain in them."' Without further taik the entrance ot a neighbor the mother ply , 'therm. ,the mullet te ttemeweet welt
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