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INDIANAPOLIS, JUlt 9.-Itobbers last ;iiight cut loose the engine ot the express train on the Venda lia road, near Borate, !III., and attempted to rob the Adams Ex :press car. The train Men resisted. and '' 411e enigueer was killed by the assail Lents. ' . (Burke, the express agent, kept his oar tclosed and succeeded' In keeping every - ;thing secure until help arrived, and the 'lli'obbers secured no booty of any kind. l'' 1 The officers of the road have offered a l'eward of $1,000 for the arrest of the rob , ibers, and three men have been already ly , captured, though nothing positive has et been developed to show their con motion with the robbery. . ' 1 Conductor FRIO' thinks there were at least a dozen men In the assailing par Ity. Several of the implements used by the men in detaching tile engine have been found and it is thought may lead to the capture of those implioated. Officers were sent to the Beene ot the excitement this morning and every ef fort mill be made to capture oibers of the party, and it is Delieved that they 'will be successful. ' 40.. liwowadmmoo 'IRE& ; AT ST. OTEPTIENS. CALÁts, July 9.A fire in Bt. t:tephens last nightburned a Methodist Lauren and several stores. Loss $30,000. , AT YORKVILLE, ONT. ' TORONTO, ONT., July 0.A fire last might destroyed Johnson's Plano and Cabinet Manufactory, in Yorkville, a suburban town of Toronto. Owing to the scarcity of water nothing was saVed. 'The loss is estimated at gver $20,000. Insured for 12,500. NEW YORK, July 9.On Wednesday might, at about eleven o'clock, the town Portville, Cataraugus county, New 1York, was consumed by fire. NOT A DEFAULTER. ; F. 11. Eccles, a broker and member of )the Stock Exchange, who was reported ryesterday as having 'overdrawn $136,920, Involving the Mechanics' Banking Isso elation ana the Third National Bank,and disappearing, returned this morning and arranged his matter satisfactorily with the banks. It appears the checks were presented :during his absence. He was fully ex . onerated by the dicers of the Bank and Stock Exchange. Some one who had ac cese to his check books endeavored tO obtain the gold on which the 1369i3, was loaned. Dotootives aro working up the case. JACOB RUBINO, gold broker, woo (taloa yeaterday,-took up his paper to-day, imparting a firmer tone to the market. - II ------ LATE l'OliBiGIV 1V,RWIL ...---.. , STOCK EXCHANGE RATE. LONDorr, July 9.The rate for nioney it life Stock Exchange on Goverment se ourities is 2 per cent. SPANISH SUCCESSES. HAVANA, July 9.An official dispatch - reports that, on the 27th ult., a tome of Spanish troops fought for two hours 400 , Insurgents, posted la an advantageous position, near Moron, and killed 27 of them. The loss of the Spaniards was email. On the same day there was an ' ether engagement, near Ocuje, in which - 'jou Insurgents were, killed. , PINANCIAL. LONDoN, July 9 4:80 P. K. Erie shlres improved at 13l8A. United btates bonds arm. Cohsws steady ana , linchauged. - ..., C Waled. PHILADELPHIA, jUiy 9.Wm. Brown, who murtiered his wife in this city last baturday, was arrested this morning. - In the Penitentiary. LoutsvaLE, July 9.The Owen coun ty' prisoners were this morninic taKen to Frankfort by U. S. Marshal John Wyatt and placed in the Penitentiary. . Death et Genera& Frank 1 .73(air. ST. Louts, July 9.General Frank r. Blair died at his home, in this city, at about midnight last night. He had been to all appearances improving, till a few days ago, when he was taken much orse, and has been rapidly sinking ever , since. Euteids 0 kilo alumina hymptome of - sanity. BosTON. July 9.In the town of Ever ett this morning Mrs. B. L. Hathaway Dominated suicide by swallowing three grains of hydrate of chloral. She had en, sick for some time and showed 1ymptoms of insanity. , , Re Did Not Escape , ALBANY, N. Y., July 9.While work , Men were engaged lately in clearing the ,- Main sewer muter the prison, they came poll the skeleton of a man lying at the ' ottom ot the sewer and submerged in he filth. On examination after It had been re , . moved, the tact was ascertained almost ' heyoud a doubt that the remains were those of Wilkins, the Albany express robber, who had died there atter escap big from the corridors nt. the prison down through ene ol the water closets, ,- in the vain hope oi reaching his liberty ' by passing thtough the sewer and out. ' Another I naueeeesfut Attempt at Robbery. , ALBION, N. Y., July 9.--T13,18 morning - about seven o'cleo,k when an employe of - - the First National BOOk of this city ' -went into the bank to extinguish the DIVA light, he discovered some burglars' ' tools lu the Amok part of the has. The burglars had communed working - , on the mationry in the rear of the vauft, - and were evidently frightened away, . leaving a complete set of barghtra' tools , behind them. - - - - ' t An entrance to the bank wet effected . bY breaking open the door in the back ' - - part of the building. The cigar and tiquor store et:Burt Graves was also en ; tered and a quantity of cigars and Bel pre etolen. ' , ------,. sa.....---- . I AXES T LOCAD. - - A TREIC baggiige train will be run to , -- ,the camp groinds on lionday and 'Tues , :day next. , - . . Tux case of David Buek, charged with " bigamy, and that of Lewis Donnelly, ar , reigned for murder, were continued till - the 16th instant, in the Pollee Court this ' : :wining; - ' - - ' , BANBsonD 300BB,. a uotea thief twen , ty-tive years old, was eneconcea behind the bars of a cell at the Ninth-street B ta , Mom by Officers Lawrence and Kline for ' Nhaving a setet burglars' tools in his yes-' emission. , , . ' TWII tWO oases ot Willlain :Williams, barged' with false pretenses In obtain , . t g railroad Teases, were .disposed of , . the rolioe Court yesterday OttOttIOCUI - . - - . - , - , . . . -. . , . I '1 . f ' ' - . . -. , , , . , , , , , . , . . - , . , ,,.. . , , . , , , . , . , 'o ,.. , . ' - , , , , , . , . , L-- '- '' . , , , - , , . , Williams 'was sentenoed to ten-days and costs and the execution euspended,. A DRUNKEN "safe-keeper" at the Ham.,1 mond-street Statioa-house Is to-day en gaged in a discussion of the relative merits ;of the person. indicted in the Water-works muddle. He thinks that Mayor Johnston should be impeached, Snelbaker shot, Mark and McCormick hung and Heinlein let alone. "For,'' says,he, "he is a bully good teller. : - & ,nENDRICK, paper hangers at No. 492 Main street, to-da.y swore out a warrant against John Laub, charging hint with having forged an or der upoe a man hamed Glazier for $38 about two or three months ago. Laub is a paper-hanger, forinerly la the- empley of the firm. Lie was' arrested and taken to the llainttiond-street Station-house. ' JAMES PITTT, formerly a elerk for W. H. Andrews, wae locked qp ia tho Hammond-street Station last evening on a charge ot receiving stolen goods, which have lately been missing from the house of Jeffras, Seely & Co., QS Fourth street. The goods' consist of a lot of gloves, valued at over a hundred dollars. lie was arraigned In the Peilce Court this morning. and had his case centinned till to-morrow. There are otberparties to he arrested.' , ,0,i'vxcElt Mtludtx, thia 'morning', ar-, resied a wolnau named Mary Armstrong, on Central avenue An Sol. Martin's pawnbroker establialment,- where she was trying - to dispose - of a sil ver pitcher.' Mary is - said - to have , etolen the' pitcher- frorn the priv'ate residence et L. ,Erskin, blo- 2571 West Eighth street. Mr. M artia refused to take the pitcher, and Mary was con-1 sequently t,asen in 'and looked tip ln Ninth street Station. - ltitunicx Hookits was taken in eitarge by three men, named John F..0'Douneti, John King, and John ,Lewis, near the Pinta-street depot yesterday, and, taken to tue Aver, where tney suceeeded in robbing him Of thirty dollars.. ()dicer Cronin ledged them in the Third-street Station. The eilarge of robbery was changed, the Pollee Cont.& this MOrtl ing, to petit larceny. O'Donnell was senteaced to thirty days in the Work house and a fine of 2100. The two others were each given' the samto number of days end fined 2,50. 'Tun Conunissioners of Hamilton gun ty and Messrs. Jaen, Smith and Hodge, columiseioners of Clermont county, held a joint million at the Commiesioners' ptilue to-day for the purpose of selecting the best site for a bridge to be built over the Little Miami river, nee& Remington. The caoice is between three places. The !het is above the Remington Card mill, where tue span is 300 feet; the second bkow, where it is 830 feet, and the third liffinediately opposite, where the spau is 450 feet. The meeting was adjourned until 8 o'clock, waeu the questioa will be decided. . .2 he! Ono- trahl4 , ' The case of , Lorenzo D. Sine against G. R. Wahle tor 5275 damages fig having willfully and illegally retained 440 regis tered letters lielonging to the plaintiff was called before Esquire' Johnson this forottoon. , Mr. Wable was summoned as a wit ness tor Sine, but was not given a chance to testify, as a citation was Issued to 'Squire Johnson last night ordering the removal of the case to the United States Circuit Court. This morning District Attorney Bateman called the attention of the Court to Section 643 of the Revised Statutes or the United States, which pro vides that a Government officer on trial in any State Court shall bave power to remove the case to the Federal Court it so desired, and the citation was obeyed. - Fatal ofecidento . , ,Mrs. Sidney M. colored woman about lifty-one years of age, residing ad , No. 75 Etna Seventh street, near Dread ' way, fell down a whole ,ilight ot etairs 1 yesterday evening about 7 o'clock, frtm the effects ol which she ,died almost in ,stantly. The deceased.was born in this city and was generally odcupted as a wash erwoman. For the past six months she had been (Offering :with acute rheu matism and heart disease, which proba bly superintincedr her InstautautiOas demise. Coroner Maley:was -notified 'and held an inquest, when the above facts were elicited. The Jury returned a verctict that the deceased came' to her death from a nervourisbeek canoed by a falL ' , Po tiginninr . , Tufo Police Court officials have. lately adoPted the very inconvenient and, un called ferrule of placing all of their con . , tinned eases of the doeket on two,days of the week. This proceeding crowds 'the Court on the.(wc days selected, keep ing every hody having business With that Cotrrt waiting tor- hours, waen it could, ma well as not, be.avoided- by dis tributing the. wigs' batch day in the week, as was the custem previous to the advent of toe present officials,' The object of thus inconveniencing pc liee 'officers ,witnesses, attörneys, eze , is to' enable the gentlemen connected with that cotirt to attend to their private law practice. We object to their doing so at the expense of the public. Mere over, the night policemen are required to remain in the court till two or three o'clock, wittiont any chance of getting any sleep during the ditý. Thoinas C. Campbell, gsq., made a formalcouiplainf of this inconvenience Anil injiistice in the Police Court Botpn thiii morning. This manner of Carryillg on the business of the docket should be changed.' Tuz will of J. B. Warmann was ad mitted to probate in the Probate Court to-day. The laót wilt:and tétatuent of Theresa Gartner was ale admitted to probate., 4.;bas. Spinner witi appointed executor. Personalth $809. Seine et our young men, says the Santa Cruz hpNinel, are .disgus.ed with aer entitles. The otber bight, ah'eut .Mid llight Urea or four Imes liddles,,a tam bourine and druin,,might-have been seen stealthily moving along fenoe in front oI the residence of one ot our first cid zens. ,Presently a discordant Wall 'start led the stilly air, and ,kept on startling it for abont an hour. ,But .no -reaponso from ,the 'house' .appearing, one of .the party .volonteered :to recolineiter, find' commenced-to pry ttrotind In tbe batik yard; be kneeked a while, and found !ant that nobody Wag' at home, and' the only dying thing about was a poor little Skye terrier that lay là one corner el the yard, with a amile of eppreciation ou his Shag gy (ape. The party adjourned sine dits. , ?Twits In a restaurant we met---I still reeall the glance she gave, and how en. thrailed was as if that glance had made rey,,soul h'er slave. 'Bow quick she 4urned. and deeply blushed, as if she would avoid my eye; and hung her head, and went to work upon a plate of chicken-pie. 'How ,raore and more composed she grew, it tvai my. duty sad to note, until, with ;Finch dispatch- she Lite, a ehicken-boaa stuck .lai her throat. ilow, then, she hauled, ,choked; and gaggettil never, never, can forget, and dropped ber teethI, think, they were at least a fifty ,dellar set. 80 paled ray hopeetts pales the liglitthat fancy lends her fairy seenes--she grabbed her Ivories up and fled, anti resumed my pork find beans. , cortNorozt. : The greatest eteltement preigills in 1 the city over the game of base-ball that is to take place between the Ludlowe and the Stars oft Saturday afternoon. heavy bete ate being made on both clubs. Pools ate selling rapidly In fa vor ot the Ludlows. Front this tact it is evident that there will be some very sore men to,morrow evening. It is elaimoc. tho Ludt ws are excellent bat tars, bet whoa it 'comes be eitiking Blong's pitching their batting Will ribt be 99 good., The game will be called promptly at four o'clock, ,and the direc tors will see that perfect order is kept. 'Squire Tebbe, this morning,' lined P. Hilgaloilt $1 find costs for a breach of the peace. J. nix was the only cane before Mayor A they this morning.. lie vas hued' $5 for being disorderly. The Stars returned from Columbus this morning, much elated over their vie , At the meeting Of Council last night clainis entounting to 45,008 88 Were al lowed. Mr- Stuart reudered an account of the 'ale ot the Cityos interest in the Covington and Lexington railroad, and eresented the Tleasurer's aecouut for po,000. The Compittee on Ways and Mean were Instructed to pay $20,117 50 in bank. This ' amount 'is money b or rOwed by Council for the City. A. dispute arose between the Captains alba 1;ualoWs and Beirfords,- at Lud low, yesterday, after the Oth inning, which resulted in the 0i:tiling of the game and a general dissatisfaction and disap pearance of the spectators. In the 7Lh inning a ball was struck over the enclo sure of the grounds, whereupon a home run was made. This the Eckfords claimed was- unlair, as the understanding' was that two bases should only be ailowed when a bail was driven over another Jena. The Ludlows claimed that this only referred to tne twice on the right lel& The umpire decided in favor of -the Ludlows, and that the home run was intide lair, This seemed unsatisfactory to the other Side,and the result was as al ready mentioned. It was stated last night that tne LudloVirs had reiused to :divide the gate mluey. The game watt given to the Ludlows by the umpire. : In the U. S. Circuit Court Judge Bal. lard ordered that execution of the decree of sale in the' case of the 'bondholders pand Trustee' against, the Maysville & Leirington Railroad Company be set aside, and Atixected the blaster Com wissionee to make sale of the road, after advertising for thirty days, at the Court bowie door in Maysville. L - Assistant Chief Hartley, of the Fire Departmeut, yesterday made a; test ot the water-pipes laid recently to Austins burg, with the wilowing result; 75 feet of straight hose, with 1-inch noz zle, ortituary pressure, stream 40 feet perpeudicular; with lire pressure, 185' wet ot straight Wise, two streams 1- inch nozzle, stream 75 leet perpendieu tar; with single stream, 150 feet of straight hose, Ott ieet perpendicular. Attaehments ainouuting to $2,000 have been made against tile firm of Audrewti, Drake & AMA. E. J. Hickey, J. Fletcher, Sayers Bros., Beriz.ir & J. Gausepohl, Ras sen litymeter, G. Lueliker, Matthews, James Moiony and Johu No lan, some of the prominent business houses on Maumee and Pike etreets, have eoncluded to close on Saturdays at 8 o'clock P. M., during the' summer .montas. . ' A heavy-weight base-ball nine, com posed of 'Squires Perrin, Francis and Duvenick, Lisrry Connolly, Jaileri Hen, ry Weitzel, Frank McDannold,11. Stever, Barney Schild 'and Atexander Tbeuer, is to be organized. Bach of the membere weigh 25a pounds, more or lesa., - , T. flictituilau fell in en epileptic). lit on Fourth street yesterday. Ile was carded into a heighboring satoon,wnere, with the aid of,Dr. Jessup, he recovered. Ila was afterwards taken to his home. judge Ballard has given the lour, seized whisky merchants authority to have,their goods restored to them upon 'living the necessary security. S. P. Gossett has brought a suit in the Circuit C'eurt for $10,000 damages against sameel Moreland, who,swore out au tali ' davit of' horse stealing against him' in Jely, 1814. He iteeke to recover ler false iniprisoninent. , lourteen-year-old son of Col. Bob!. Itichardeon died on Weduesday. One of the 'Six ruffians who succeeded in' releasing twooprisoners from the Cy n Witted, Jail,,ao mentioned iu Tun STAR a few days. ago; has been arreeted. hame is James Goodpaster. Prchably 'beWill prove a "good mister" to the rest of theiang and bave them apprehended.. Benjamin Merrill, an old citizen of Grant county, eliminated suicide .by habging hinisellyesterdity. - ivicwranz , IA the City Cogrt this morning Patrick Male.ney, cuarged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct, was dimmed on account of the evidence being ilisullielent to sustain the charge. ' captain Donkherst, professor Sutton, Marshal Lock -and Captain Hen. Weis returned from Portsmouth, where they have been, attending the races. They look well, and their jovial appearance indicates their hiving had a good tim e. - Mr. Tony Ilenoeman has placed his eew trules'on a eon,spicueus card in his plaice of business on Bellevite street.' Joe TaYlor, Esq., Informs us that Mr. Steve $91ar oe a candidate for the Mayoralty. mr. Solar is a gentleman and an excellent citizen, but the friends of Solar diepute credihility of Joe's statement. The - proposed resignation of Mayor Constaus will be universally regretted,as Mr. Conetancis a good citizen aud a first i lase Mayer. , The Central avenue culvert needs re pairing. -.It gave' way yesterday. -Another sporadio citse 'of Asiatic cinders bits been reported. : ' The wife and daughter of City Clerk Lee Hawthorne, left Bir ,Winona, Minne sota, yesterday. A' 2:80 peeing ,and trotting .race will come Cif t6-daY at the PriYing Park.' ' Miss Julia Gould, of this city, pile of the'most unted vocal instructors of the old ceuntrr, leaved Liverpeol for tioving On; 'JOY , ' At the meeting oi ,Council last night an ordinance walk passed Lrequiring all agents of lusaranee Companies to pay tee city 2 per cent.,on the amounts el premium received by them, under pen any Ireni twenty tivé to fifty dollars and coats.. An ordinance was else passed allowing the City Marshal twenty-tive cents en each deg tax collected. The City Collector was allowed $040 $1,S17 60-were allowed to Tiede Jouty liorstall, tor Jailers' lees frem January 1st, 1875. Bills amounting' to $2,777 40 were also allowed. ,A.,reeigaation WEIS received from Mayor COnsLane, to take effect July 224., ,In reference to the mat ter Council appointed Messrs. Harton, Hawthorne and Fbert as a eommittee to confer with Mr. Constants, and to induce h el i e ct t o on re nMin in the flex. !City Barracks News. A soldier ' named Price was struck on the head yesterday with a base-ball bat, by a boy named Frank Seiman. Price was severely wounded, and taken "to ',the hospital. The young miscreent fled to Cincinnati. , Captain Nerds, Adjutant; and Lieu tenaut Thompson, Quartermaster, left, lor Celumbus yesteruay, to provide for: 4110emoval of troupe to titet Cpl. James Thompe On, U. S. AIM PrO fusser Of Mathematics and Military SCience jU the University tbliteming ton, Ind., and bis wife, tre in the olty and will remaiik-a'rew Week& POLICIS COURT,. Drunk and DisorderlyEd. Morgan, - dis missed; Albert Marslett, ten days and 825; flannah Sullivan, disulissed; Mollie Cooper, Ellen Holland, each thirty days and 850; Thos. Gray? St and costs; Huth Mirror, thirty nays; Millie Nelson, same; Lillie- Leroy, i.laty days; Jennie St. Cie L-ten days; Lizzie Rosters, four months; Ann Hardin, and costs; JOn a McCairery,$.10 and coatat Jacob hpadroli,thirty days and coats. - , - ' Miscellaneousllenry Tonics, grand larceny, disinisaed; F. L. Keily, cutting to kill, contin ued to lOth inst.; Chas. Harvey,- petit larceity, dismissed; Geo. S weeny, threat ening violence, disznissed; Lewis Buehler Wm. Miller and Ferdinand floffmau. petit larceny, Douse of Refuge; Bobt. L. Lee, same, 80 days and 850; Ed. Snyder. embezzlemont, continued to loth inst.; John Lewis, petit larceny, 110 days and Ms - King, same t John F. O'Donnell, same, 80 clays and $100'; Lewis Laz arus and Alicuitet llopitins.- peddling without license, dismissed; Samuel Oohs, amine. owta; lierman Levy, same, 81 aud costs; Lizzie Fat. tison and James l'attison.- petit larceny, each dismissed; Wm. Brown, -vag, 90 nays; Henry abu big family,10 days: James Ditty, receiving stoien goods, zontinued to Hith Mat.; Lawrence Vellows, vag, sent to the House of Refuge: Charles- Thompson, Same. 80 davs ktate Kelly, street begging, same; Jas. dipley, loitering, 10 days; Ralph AleQurt ney, threatening violence, held over in sum of SAO to keep the peacei-Jacob Spadrob, ma helms detitruction,-lp days aud F20; same, se eisting Ulcers, 20 (laws and costs; David Baca, bigamy, continued to luth lust. Lewis Don nelly, 168,1110; Morris Loewensteln. Peddling withont SI and casts' John petit larceny, dismissing Frank'Kienart, same, 30 days and 4,20. ; Assault and Batterv.Annici Miller, John Brown, cont-nued to lath inst.; Ellen Conway, dismissed; Ralph McCartin, 85 andouats; wig Pfeifer, Ii5 and costa. , ADOIrloNÁL POIJOIC COMM Drunk and DisorderlyS. Osmond). Sis mimed; B. A. Cs' Alard, bail forfeited, Elwaril Webb, H. Hoffman, each 85 anti coste; -Jona McCalfery, 810 anti costs. - - bliseellaneous.--George Ir. Meyers, permit ting and maintaining nuisance. continued to Mb inst.; Annie Miner, harboring lewd wo men, emu intied., to 19tti inst.:, W. J. Finan, careless driving, - dismissed; Wm. Penne kamp, abusing faintly, 83 and costs; S. Newcomb, same ten days and 820, suspended; threatening -viol'ence, dismissed; Wm. Jones, petitlarcenv, a0 days and Stt0; David Breen, robbery, dismissed; Frank KievasL petit -larceny, BO days anti 420; Clarence Delvise, Chas. Mason anti George Mt:Wilt grand tarceny, each continued to 18tili Robert L. Lee, petit larceny. Si days and $5; IL E. Lee, do, ati days and $25; Theo. Seiderburgh, fugitive front justice; J. Crawler, loitering, continued to the 10th lust: max Bertistebh embezzlement. sameLitansier tRichardeon, vag. thirty days; John W. Hall, Petit lareellY, continued to the 10th inst; John o'Contier and caliper Brenning. vags, sixty dart and sz5 each; Chas., Milter, value, ten days; Barney Siiratior, same, thirtyaays. Assault and BatteryJoins Schneider An thony Eckert, Aiosts; Joseph Idienitol.' missed; Barney Leileid, 60 and COdtli: Gabri ella Stook, dismissed; George Sweeny, $0 and Goats; Win. Smitn, continued to lath Mat,. , BITER NE ws. loans Leaving To-ilayFur Pittsburg, Au des; Louisville, United States; Now Orleans, Robert MitchelL Leave SaturdayMemphis, Mimeo le; New Orleans, Charles Morgan. , sreok or Tait RIVER& PrrTSBURO, July 9.River rising, with 4 feet Motes. Thermometer 71. W bid S. E. Pittaborgittver 41 feet and rising last. y-3 feet tO inches and rising. - Pa. ker'a Landing-40 inches alai rising. - Brownsville-5 feet 2 incliea and 1"s Riee's Landing-3 feet 4 inches and atation ary: - Wheeling-4 feet 4 inches and falling. MetiettaScant 5 feet anti falling. , Charleston-7 feet and Iallitig,- , GattipoliaRiver rising fast. linutingson feet le incites and rising. 'IrontonRiver continues voting. - ' Portsmouth-1U feet lir inches and falling frankfort, Ky. --sg feet and falling. Louisville-8 feet at the head of the canal., and Oh feet on the fails in the pass. r.vansville-131i feet and rising. - bilawneetownitiver failing slowly. Nashville-5 feet 1,0, incites oa liarpeth ?heals and rising. - ' - ' Cairo-30X feet and falling. St. LouisVfeet and stationary. Arrivals and Departures.Tne only arrival yesterday not heretofore- chronicled was the , great Charles 'Horgan. The Ashlaud, for Pitts , burg. was the only departure. ' The Arlington has gone to Fulton and laid up, where she will be repaired. The fine passonaer steamer Robert Mitchell was obliged.to lie over until to-day, on account 1 of some shipments that could nOt be sent down ' until to.day. Captain Kates will back out the Mitcheit for New Orleans this evening. Last Wednesday, at 2 A. M., the Portsmouth packet Potomac, bound up,' broke it Wrist On , the larboard engine, four miles below Polls month. Site Wowed out the atter cylinder r head, and craeked the forward head. She came (MOM and returned on one wheel, and will repair the cylinder at Popsmouth to-day, !env.- Mg here ott Saturday, noon, as usual, fur Ports month. , Capt. Mart. R. Fisher, of the, Warner and barges. has gone to Pomeroy to start the boat to Wheeling. - The U. S. Local Inspectors of Cincinnati, Wheeling and Pittsburg, during the six mouths ending June 30, inspected iss steamboat boilers at Cincinneti, 10 at Wheeling, and 123 at Pittsburg. Capt. A. R. Drinkwater has return&I from , Arkansas, and is soliciting proposals for a new Capt. Basket,,of the late steamer, St...Fran, is in tile city. Tne Bertha gtuner, has laid up at New Or leans. The snagboat Aid bas finished operations in Red river. and is now at Work above Vicksburg. The dredgeboats Oswego and Ohio are en gaged in dredging at Sawmill run. - The Robert Mitchell has 30 tons of govern ment ivagona and 100 tierces Woe engaged at . , Louisville. - The large and, magnificent steamer Charles Morgan arrived from New Orleans Thursdey, less rhan seven days out 'from. blew Orleans. The Morgan is one Of the handsomest equipped passenger steamersetloat, and besides tilts has not yet been. beaten in time. She is command ed by Capt. Albert Stein, a veteran and practi cal boAtinati., while her office is presided by Marry W. Stein, Esti., a gentlemanly and tat ented young man... - - 'Capt. Wm..14. Thorwegan, of the Great. Re publie, Thursday, at St. Louis, closed a con tract with the Carondelet 2tiarine Ways for 'a' new hull for the Republic, to be completed on or about January 1st next. This new hair wit Maserthe largest steamboat in the world, the dimensions being 3;0 feet long lei feet beam,. with a 104foot hold. , ' - 'Cincinnati. wharfage reeelpts for the Iseult gutting July tiL 1875, atuounted to$142 Towboat Items.The towboat ilornbrook is liSSIStlug the KIttle and.her barge to The D. T. Lane la making up a Goal tow at Cherlesron. --' - - r Havekeye has arrived at Charleston. The Thomas W. Means will load at' It onton anet leave fur Ot. Louis aiNut the iiist of nekt fSIL - . CINCI111(421 PAIL. XA,BIL. gINCIOTNATI. Jul? 2-2 P FLOITRThe market is qttiet and steady. Fancy ranges 85 &tad 50 per bri,' mad some choice brands bring more. Family sold at St 35a640 to,may, and spring at 86 36 per brL Extra is worth érl 00145 aud some brands are bold at 65 30 toer orL buperfine Is quoted 4 SO a4 anti some grades 84 20a4 40 per bit re ihur'is worth 85 50a5 73 per int - WEIRATIted us steady with moderate de mand at ft teal ranve tor fair to choice. Hill is nominal at 1 25al 26 tor good to prime. White is dull awl held at 61 45alila tor ;air to prime per bu. 4 , ,4; . OATSThere is a little firmer teeting in the market to-day, but no ntaterial eltauge in pri ces. No. 2 are worth 518.530 tor ;nixed and 83a Victor winte per lb. , ; , CORNIs quiet-and steady. Good to prima mixed is quoted Miens tor ear, and 69,tlec tor shelled per bu. Very little doing to-day. Ry N-13 !tad poininal at 61 por hu tor Ili. 34 otIA.CONThere is a steady marker; but little , doing. -Shoulders are worth go; ltlear sidets, age, and clear-rib bide 121(0 per lb all packed. Sugar-cured hauls are quoted legalese per lb. .114416 .runs,-.0 nAickPt 99AttP4P1! sive. Prime city is offered at 120a20 26 per bri and bicis are matte generally at ineide Jhelum& BULK eLEAT3 -Market quiet end rather easy. Clear sides are quoted 12alegc; clear rib sides, 1,1alieec; shoulders Noels per lb, all loose and buyers offer inside Agues spot. bales Of 9.0a0 the clear rib at buyers Au gust, and 100,0tel lbs-do at 12e, buyer,' August. LAitti--The market Is generally ouiet. There is a, m Aerate demand fur prime current make at 12galegc. Primo winter steam is quoted Ithil8)40, aud city kettle is held at 14a 14,eic per lb. uorrobiThe market Is firm with active de mand to-day, anti sales of 1,168 bales reported at the Cotton Exchange. No variation in priceo. We quote: Ortituary,1243: good ortilnary,18Se; low 'piddling. lege: middling, 14e; good mid dling. nject middling fair. Ike fair, 17e, per 10. WHISKYThere is a firm markee to-day, with an advance of 2e per galleue aud sales of 282 brio at elle per gallon. BiliANSAre inactive and nominal; common are held at el 25al 40, mediums el Mil 70, and choice navies et Seal lei per bu. bit0051.4)ORNIs quiet. and steady. The deniaqd is moderate anti the etipplyemplee No chapen In prices. ,Choiee is woeth medium veiny lOgallc, aturcomnion 03ic Per lb. lillerkleThe market has slot undergone any material change. There le a goott demand for the best grades, moderete deemed for in ferior packing grwies, gild medium grades are negle tett. The receipts are ample et all kinds. C110Ien 1,8 worth letteee and prime Hello per lb, and tee() more call be'had for small lots of ex tra if ilitilty Medium grade are held at Haler., and 001n111011 leatee per 113. ; - (MEUSEme nialut continues quiet. There is a moderate demand at 104110 per lb for prime to choice factory. COFFEEThere is a otrong market, owing bo an up w aril tendency in the Euit. The de mand to fair. Prices, however, have under gone no material variatioa. We quotes 2thelle per for common, 21,ga22 lee for fair to prime, 1.8treilge for prime, and 24a 24lec for Oleic& Java is worth 83a35e per lb. COALThere is a quiet market but steady, and we observe little or to change. The , rates alloals are 10c tor Yougulogheuy: I tiNe for Ita3rniond city; So for Aentaini. aud 6go for Ohio River per bu. Delivered to couotuners we qaoto Ohio River, Atm. land, lie: Haymood City. 120; Muskingum., Hocking Valley auti leauawha, Milk, anti , Youghiogheny, 18314c. Kanasylia cannel, 20a 1 22c per but. DRIED feltUITSDomestic is dull and nom inal. Apples are beld at Satle: putiches, Thee , for quarters, Vale for haives per lb. e'er. I alga are quiet and steadv at previous prim& We quote: Citron 110 143164.1, prunes eatee, currant,' Natio, dates Natic per lb. Layer raisit18 50a2 ID per box. EUGSThe demand is only moderate with liberal receipt& There is a ateady market at Illatee per dozen for freeh arrivais. GREEN e'RUIT3--There is a fair demand for 'moles which are quoted a 00ale per box. Oranges continue steady and in moderate de mand at Pall per box. HAYThe-best grades are In fair local de m,aud with bales and receipte about equal. In ferior gradee moutinue null. No variation in pates. We quote: No. I timothy Miele for mese, and $15811 for tiget-preseed per ton, on arrival. Common hay is worth eleale per ton on arrival. la store dealers require 62 more Per WIN HEMPThere is a limited demand and the reeeipts are light. Prices are nominally un changed. We quote: Rough Kentucky, 415Ua 155 per ton and dressed 12c per lb. 111DEe-2.The demand Is light, and the market is aotnewhat eaeier. We quote: Greeu 6aleke; wet salted, Unite: dry flint, 14a15e per ' ebeep pelts are worth 73ctiel. 23 for good to prune. aud 2 ,a40c for common. , IlioN The market is inactive, and we ob serve littie or no change in price& We love the followiuge current rates at 4 menthe for pig item or ton: Chareoal. hot I blast Ranging nockN o. L $21a2e: Pio. 2. do, $26 ethiel 00; do. mill, 828 00: Alabama, Geor gia and Tenneseee, No. S27 00aett 0e; No. 2, 627 00; 'nal. eal 0J. Stone-coat and col,e ironNo. telit27; No. 2, Wale; mill, $25. , Charceal, cold-blastIL Ik., Waal; Alabama, Georgia and Telinesseo. warm kind cold blast, 4.15a4e. 111001114i, Weak Wmuglit scrap per lb. la tic: do, cast, per lb, ale; inauuttio tured fiat, round anti equare bar, boiled, liga 2gc; do, charcoal. lijta4c Per lb: sheet iron, boiled, Nos. 4,05 8-lec; tio. charcual, 5.7-10atige per lb; horse shoes, 65 ciao 2.5 per keg; mute ewes. eti 87Nal 25 per keg; steel, American cast, Ilatec: American cast spring steel,12e; isnported tool steel, imite.c; Germaa stee1.9alOo per lb. ' KILL FEED We ob3erve little or no change. Tne receipts are geherally moderate. Bran is firm and in fair Amami at Meal& per ,ton. eliipstuffs are quiet and quoted Mall per ton. III iddituge continue steady and in moder ate request at, 42,8a21 per tote These ratee are on arrival. lit store 42 more per ton is required.' MOLASSESIs in incelerate demand and steady at Slew for New Orleans, and 45cael for refined sirups per gallon. , OILSTile mai Ira has undeegone no espe- , cial variation. Linsetel is in fair request at ties ebe per gation. Lard oil is steide and en 'mod erate demand at II Vial 05 per gallon for beat grades of current-make. Heated petroleum is steady at 12al8c per eel ion. ' POTATOESThe receipts are lighter, and there is a lair consumptive demand, and there is a firmer market at One 50 per bri for prime to chniee new. - - , POUCTRYThe market continues firm un der moderate receipts mei a fair deinand. W e quote: Live chickens 62 25a3 for young, and a 259,8 75 for old per dee RICEIs in tier consumptive demand and steady. We quote Rangoon IteNet Letlieittea Nee anti Carolina eutliec per lb. SALTThe market has undergone little or no (amigo. Theta is a moderate demand for domestic. at 26c per bu and al 45 per bri, on ar rival. Liverpool coarse le in limited request, but steady at el e5al 85 per sack. Turks' Island is dull at 80unee ver be. bEEDClever is quiet and steady at lege per lb, anti timothy is in moderate request, at 12 delta 75 per int in store. Flax is quoted el lei per 1)11, wtth fair emend. Hungarian grass heed is worth 61 Bell 40 per bu, and the de and is light. SUGAltThere is good demand, and the market is firm with an advance in prices. New Orieaus is quoted lehialtc; clarified, Wee: ex tra "C," legaleeec; "B" white, legalegc; "A" white, 103Ìuldei c; and hard, 113eallyc per lb. TALLOd Tne demand and receipts are about equel, and the market remains steady at tleiteiqe per lb for prime couutry. - - WOW.Mareet quiet anti rattler weak, with lighter demapii. There is no cuitege in price& We quote: Unwashed clothing. 281130c: lin washed eombing,: Malec; tub washed. Caro; ceinnion to flue fleece, 41.415c; city 'pulled, 82a 880 per lb. , - e. - 041.0 Cincinnati Live Stock Market. July' 9-2 e.m. The receipts and shipments of live, stoek for the past 2l hours-were as follows: , Receipts. Shipments. Cattle ..... 219 ' 217 Roo ........... 588 590 Sheep 191;6 1858 HOGSMarket quiet and firm. We quote common 16 75:16 90, and medium $7 (Nal 10 per (Antal.. No othersort offering , , -.-CATTLE Market ,firm. The receipts are light and hardly equal to the demand. They are aelling,at 50a9 SO per mutat for common to good. , SIIREPContinue steady and quiet at $159a 450 per mutat for fair to good. - - , At.411;KIÐ1S 111' 2',61,EG,Hipm MILO July 9. Wheat firm; to. I lifilwau kenclub. SO; extra 'White tichionn, $1. 58. Corn unchanged.' . , Pxottx Ai Ally 9.COM MITI. at 06.Va"no. Oats: white higher at 59a00ey mixed ,firm and ad vancing,'457a58c. , Rye noilliDta and 'nothing MiLwatikkx..July 9. Wheat: Itilwankee No. I 5111; ,No.1, $1005g Juiv-$1 02,4 11 oGg. Oats firm: No. 2, 5,4c. Rye quiet: No,,2, 9Xt, Harley Step-0'710- 2s, 1 - rinsainte, July 9.--Wheat, dull: Pennsyl vania and Ohio red fil Witt 25; amber and white, $1 24a1 28. , Corn quiet: shelled nomi nally,15a17c, free in elevator; ear, on track. - - - - - - - - - To Land; July 9.Wheat firm and shade higher: No. I white Michigan, SI WM; No. red, Anglist, SI 2434; No. I amber Michtgan, SI :A, Corn fairly active: Noo 1, 73,4el hthA 12Xe. Oats unehangedt Mlobtgap,t4e. InTuollo. July 8.--riour quiet. Wheat in fair demand and Arm: extra, 01 2'4i Pio. I, II 26fi ; &tabor. SI ,215i bid. Corn dull and drooping at 97a79e. Chita In fair demand and Arm at MaSte. . CLEVEGAND, July ?.Wheat Orn; No. I red. SI 24; No. 2 do,11 19. Corn lower: Moiled. lea lie; ear, on tnick, 67a6Sq, Oats Arm and un changed. - Petroletuly quiett. 'standard white, exc. uhlo State test, JOAO; small totS are latio high'er. - - - - ' BOSTON, July 9.Flour: demand moderate at $4 254440 for Western superfine; $4 75a5 25 for sommon extras; 84a5 25 for W 6001111in and Minnesota extras: SCA 15 -for white mileat Ohio, Indiana and Mtchlgan; 16 25s7 for Illi nois, and 42125a8 for st. 1.4ornt4irrn- at 80)tafiraio for mixed and yellorf VW, 996150 mixtulaa4.03tai - izaisisossel r: Salta. Chain dwit, alaal as. le. nye: St OS. t Wheat, 22,0hil 4 ,u. liulk meats, Ban quiet and un-, changed at Slit tts dull at , stead. Prosar ulh meats. 84,c. Ougar-ourett lialac. Whisk, - alto. dull and un small order - yen 2 rod 23)4al 25, Au Cora higher: sales at 040, a: little ateek mited. Hogs: al 8514 40. Quiet and um. tealy at tda steady at 75a. in at 20a12)(e. er. bard, Ion. Bulk Whomy tu nll and lower: :Etre, SSILS 37.44; nd unchanged. - le. Oats weak: II at al. Hay ryland, allatA y at a20a2a ad. dors. 24,,a8!to; Bitoon steady: clod. 12alSge., refituxi,14Nis , dee quiet, bus 611ln ' 'al and molasses: - INMAN...OLIO, 9,-10 lour: 55a13. Orfila firm Whom red, $i ambet,11 ra; - white, 11 23a1 ara. Corn: ear, thottici Ithe Itode 6801901 white, 7,1e. Oats: 57a58c. Rye: 11 05. Amount of grain in elevator: Wheat, 22,001 bu; corn 116,oU0 bu; oats, 4,000 bu. Bulk meat; 2Sisi 111'11306' Bacon, 9gailllsallNo. 13itfilivo, Lard,13aal440. - Lot:18mm; July 9.-Flour quiet and un.., changed. Wimat quiet and unchanged at Sla 1 10. Corn quiet at 73a75e. Oats dull at 544 , Rye firm at 11 10. Hay dull at ifitiati. provi sions firma Fork, &wall 50. Bulk meats. 8, ' 12,12c. Bacot; 9, 13, 18c. Sugar-cured hams,13a18e. Lard: tierce, 14al5c, Whisky $1 14 -Bagging very Brut at 13s,a14o. , BT. Loris, July 11..-Plour dull and un- , chariot I, with only local and small order - demand, Wheat dull alid lower: No- 2 rod ' winter, 11 25 cash anti July; 51 23al 25, Au gust; 51 25al k6, September. Corn higher: No. 2 mixed, 094 asked, calm; sales at 00tt, Angnst; 70c, September., Oato: little at-tick offering, and the demand limited. Hogs; Yorlieris, 17 25a2 33; heavy hogs, 17 83a7 40. ' NABLIVILLR, July 9.-Flour duet and en. changed at 54 5014650. Wheat Mealy at SI tiis 1 25. Corn steady at 880. Oats steady at 754 Coffee in fair demand and Inn at 20a12e. - Provisions dull and a shade lower. bard, - ' Bacon dull and drooping at 10418e. Bulk meats dull aud drooping at 9a12e. Suga4- mired ham, lage, all packud. Whisky la fair demand aud firm at SS 21. BALTI2cniz, July 9.-Flour flail and lever: , Western isuperfine. 54 25a4 75; extra, 55a5 37; 55 WI Wheat dull and unchanged. - Corn weak: Western mixed, 73,4o. Oats weak: , white Western, 67ivhi. Rye dull at 11. Hay dull: Penusylvania and Maryland, ' Proviaions firmer. Pork steady at 520a2a 50. Bulk meata quiet at 5c; shoulders. 8alle; , ' clear rib Ilgallc. Bitoon steady: - shoulders. 9all-x,0:, clear lob Sided. 12airge., Haw, 14a143fio. Lard very du I refined,14a , 140. Butter unchanged. Collet, but firm and unchanged. l'etroleum ' eriele,11a5,e. Whisky, SI 18.l.al Ilk , ittr OR La ANS. July 9 -Sugar and molasses: - very little doing anti quotations are unchangutt. Pitiur is firm: treble. 13 ham 25; choice, 5,;,,s $6 75. Cora firmer at 87alkie for white. Oats ' dull at 68c. Bran is aria at alio. Hay quiet: ordinary. 122; prime timothy, $23a24; choloe. 526. , Coffee: no stock Marin hands; quotation. unchanged. Pork dull and easier at .s.fil 00a 20 21 Dry aatt ineate dull at 8,54a8,arlatlge. Bacon stronger at 9101P; Maul Hauis quiet at 123satidc. Laid dull: tierces 14c; keg, 1-4,tia143ge. Whisky dull at 11 194'24 tort- meal dull at 54. PHILADELPHIA,' July 9.-Flour dull" mut rather weak: lewa,Wisconsin and Minnesota fainily', IS 12ati; Pennsylvania, Indiana and Ohia do, SEt 15a6 5U; high graded, Pi 50a1 Mk ' Wheat in better demand: rol, $1 tidal 30; am ber, $1 3041 33. Bye, $1 u5a1 00. Cora in mod erate demand: yellow,. 60e: Western mixed. , 7fialltic Onto- depressetk white, atati5c. Pro VisionS in limited demand at yeaterday's prices. Wbisky: Western, SI 11.1. Petroleum dull:, re- . fined 12e, crude 9o. Clover seed: Western., 12ct timothy unchanged. Butter quiet; Neer Yors extras,25a27c; firsts, 28a24e; Weatern ex tras, 22a280; do firsts, Pia214 Cheese firm: Western flue, 10alle. Itggs firm: Western. trash, 214 - Nnw YORK, JUly 9.-Plour: Superfine West ern and State, St 50a4 tie; common to good extra do, 4 90a5 25; good to choice, 15 40a5 75; white wheat Westera extra .55 80a6 50; extra Ohio, 55a7; St. Louis, 15 25a8 25. Rye flour steady at $4 80a5 50. Uirn-meal: Western. su-rely at 53 65a4 20. Wheat: No. 2 Chicago , am" No. 2 North west'ern, 51 15al 18; No. Milwaukee, SI 19a1 21; No. 1 Spring, 51 22a1 25; ungraded Iowa and Minnesota spring, St Its , al 23; winter red Western $1 aial 35; atnber do, 51 85a1 36-; white do, 51 82a1 40. Rye firm: Canada in bond, We; State, 51 03a1 hi Bar ley nominal. Malt firm and in lair inquiry. Corn: mixed Western, per steamer, do salt. SOti82c: Outs: firmer and more active; mixed W esterm trla540;white do. 63368e. ay steady: shipping, 6410c. Coffee firm and advancing: Rio, cargoes, 16itlitc, gold; jpturing, 111a20c, gold. Sugar dull: fair to good relining, 7atle; prime, rtga8e; relined ' ateady. Molasses dull and heavy. Rice quiet and unchanged. Petroieum firmer: relined. , 12c bid; crude, 60. Strained resin dull at 11 71 al 80. Spirita turpentine quiet at 112gc. Pork lower; new mess, st.11 8)1120 85. Beef quiet. , Cut meats quiet. Middles dull: long Meat' 03'0111, 11c. Lard lower: prime 'team. 13c. Butter: prime unchanged, and others dud,: Western. 13324e. Egos firm: Western. 19a20c. Cheese linnet at 5a12e. Whiay , firmer at 51 19al 20. , - 71NANCIA , - - CINOINNATI. 41113,11-1 P Gold to worth 116., - Ettitern Exchange is steady and In good de- , mend at par buying, and at i-20 premium sell- Sterling is firm, and it is now quoted 491 short and 486 Ion g. gold. - There is a moderate demand for money to day. It is easily uotained on acceptable cow-- mercial paperat previous rates. S utilern Raiiroad 7-3,1 bonds are in fair de mand at 104 and interest. ties Co.'s stuck is worth 205; Consolidated Street Railway, 79; C.. & Lt. stock, .0. Government secueities are steady, and the New York market is rather active to-day. The demand here is still light and offerings limited. We give the following tatest Now York quota tions, on which locai dealers require a margin of , buying and selling: boa Offered. Bid. 81 Bonds.. .......... , 122,c 62 Bonds 61 Bonds 1183t 65 Bonds 121x 65 New Bonds.. ..... ... 120X 07 Bonds OS Bonds 12.0c 10-to.. New 5s 117fr,g CY. Os 722X The following the 1:60 P. AL report of New York Stock Market, ai ' received by Lea, Ster rett & Co., 28 West Third Steet: - , Spid. Offered at, W. U. Telegraph soy,. Pacific Mail 40 Adama Express - , ' Fargo Ex 77g American 58 ' 88 U. S 4.8g 42 N. Y. Central , 102X A. & P. pret'd Erie i5X .... Barium C., C. L C A.a..aawx,s .f C., 4.;. L C 34r 0 ... Lake Shore . 69g - Clev & Pitts .... el g N. Western. coin ..... .i. fie N. lytstern pre'd. . .... - -... . ke Hoek Island.. . .. ..... UM St. Paul. nom. .... Mg rigSt. Paul, pref'd , Wabash ... .... .' fig Ohio ,t Mississippi 23 .... Union Pain tie ; . ... 6. Port Wayne 4... ' Wit Hannibal & St. Joe.... .. 23)fi filiehlyan Central. 6fig 68 Illinois Central ' Chicago. & Alton Athuitio & rneAtio Tel .... 4u icksilver 1441 .... .... , rannum. . ..,. At lant4n & Pacigo . .... .. ; ,.,..., tdoney . -- .." , ...., Erie in London , The new, large. fast and magnitrent 1111Passenger Steaaner 'CHAS. Mu MOAN., A. Stein, Master, will leave Cincinnati. iNeW Orleans on SATURDAÝ, letb ttEO t:41 Malin, Agent. ' ORIA.EANS. ' Leaves ' Nth - instant - at 8 P M., sure large and superb diVioannWAVIeanier - ' ItOIIERT MITCHELL" tew.Katea- eater; mold wbouchea ...Cleri For trindbt or passage Indy on board, or to S. It011iNnUN, ItiaSIC blOdala, W GETTY. tY6-41 ' " RELIGIOUS- DIRECTORY' 'TIME TABERNACLE CONGREGATION ' Bev. Merry D. Moore, kamor and MiDitt. ter. The publie religious services of the Taberna,de Congregation will -be resumed. in Robinson's Opera-house, on Sunday morning. July 11, Mil o'clock. -The Pastorslievi Weary ' - D. Moore, will deliver an address on "The Nature of True Religion."' and la explanatioa of the work of this Congregation. The singing will be from the "Tabernacle Songs. , have no splendid and costly organ to describe. nor any acconiplislied singer to present, bus our Congregational singing will be led by the , following , instruments: One Ante. two elariOn nets, oue bassoon, two cornets, Swo horns, one trombone and 6118W-be.: All persons and fain Hies whoheve so regular plat:mot worship, and all strangers in our say, are cortliellyil vited to attend, and unite in our public services, ant assist in our generni missionarywork. y9-,tot4 iiiRDENAt 'A. of consumption. al Clifton Landing. oppoeite itiverside,.11. Haman. Jr.. sge,131 years. ' Funeral from residence, Saturday, ;my IQ - ' RELIGIOUS DIRECTORY.. - 'TIRE TABERNACLE CONGREGATION- : N3i6 'm: , , )rn ' t tgo , 25; Ito rul: (IT. J50; We. ' and. )1(1; , to nett aut - 'ork Liet. rear au. lora ' - do- , de- , ' t is , ' - - ' - , , - - : , , ;'