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4 Unt C LAST EDITION. Probably variuble folgOtyla shotverf Os , out 24 hours. WR,IESIA SII$Ed. - TOM DE8TROYED ', ItUSITIORD, N. Y., July 10.-libout One o'ulook this morning a dile occurred among some paper and rags in the store of Mr. Weeks, and spreading rapidly de stroyed most of the business portion of the town. Nearly all the burned build - Inge are insured. Rushford is twelve miles south of Arcade, Wyoming ounty, AT AURORA., ,ACROI1A, IND.., July 10.Two large warehouses tilled with hay and over one barrel staves, belonging to W. E. tlibaon 4 ()cog were burned We morning. AT CRAWFORD, N. ' CRAWFORD, N.J., July 19.--A Bre here this morning destroyed the Ventral House and adjoining buildings. Loss, KM. Partly insured. President grant and Friends. CAMDION,. N. J., July 10.The Presi dent. SecretarY.Fisa and party arrived bore this morning, and embarked on cutter for Cape May.' ' Cutc4610, Juir S. D. Osgood, wellAknown Baptist minister, died al ' his residence in this city last night. ' - Shut Down. . , lawBENCR,MAss., July 10.The Atlan. tic cotton mills, wuich gave employment to 1,250 operators, shut down at noon to - day, for an eight weeks' suspension, aud may be for a longer time, if the present took of manulactured goods is not marketed. Tue operatives will lose We. DOO or more in wages by this shut &Mu. 7116 Itom MONMOUTIE, t el, July 10.Th e Weather is cloudy and cool. A Light shower fell about noon, settling the dust. The track in.fine eondition, The first race was a mile dash between Barry Feller and Risk,--the former being the favorite. At the start Risk, carry. lag three pounds extra weigh gokone length ahead and maintained it during the race, beating four-lengths. Time 1:4814. If ZNOLISEI FINANCIAL AFFAIRS. - LoND0N. July 10-1 P. M.Funds are firm at 9,1 for money, and 94 for next account. United States securities nil. changed. Erie steady at laxat3g. Loain0s, July 10-1:30 r. M.Consols for money, 94 140. United States bends steady; new loan, 103 16-4, and 10-40s, 104. Erie shares. 131:3. Money on the street easy at W, below we bank rate. MARIN& QuitE Miaow); July 10.--The steamship lumina, of the- Cunard Line front New 'York, arrived at this port at iiP. M., Fri day, the 9th inst. . - SPANISH AFFAIRS. ' LONDON,. July 10.Among the prison ' era taken by the Alfonsists; at Centel reja; are a Carlat Brigadier General. and 110 officers. The Loadoti Times, Madrid dispatcn says events of great importance are looked for,. RIFLE SHOOTING, , ' The President of the National hille Association writes that be feels the-time for selecting the English is so short that the United Kingdom wilt hardly be able to produce its best shots. He hopes, however, to put in the held a force wor thy of the competition of the American Team. ' LATEST LOCAL. JOHN PR1LE, for stealing a keg of beer from John 'Thomas, was sentenced this , Morning by Judge Lindeman to thirty days Work-houee and fined $20. , MR. SMITH, - baker at 'the corner. of Fifth and Sycamore streets, swore out a warrant to-day against Yeter Pudrest, - who has been his collector, charging him with the embezzlement ol $20. , BEN ROBINSON started this morn Ing for the trout pastures of Lake Nipe, gen, where he ,will meet Colonel Len Harris and Lion. Milton Sayler. .111r. Clay Culberteon will follow the party. JOSEPH EPPING, a saloon keeper at Nol 13 West Front street, while on, bielWay pa bank to-day lost a pocketbook con laining a286 in money, which lie had tarelessly 'stuck between his vest and teat. - JOHN A GRIFFITH & CO, and A.. J trouustine & ot Cincinnati, and ' Roses A. Heman & Co., of New York, aave tiled a petition in the United Statea Pourt asking that Jacob tirehle & Co., , be adjudged baultrupts., , TEE following are the divorces granted luring the year ending July lst: For idultery, 114; willful atteence, 158; ern thy, 123, drunkenness, 63; miecellane tus, 63. More than two-thirds of the Wes were brought by the wives. JOHN W. blau, in the Police Court - this atternoon, was convicted ol stealing a pair of sleeve buttons, worth ati, from yne Julia Williams, and was sentenced to thirty days in the Work-bowie and Pied PO. Oa a charge of assaulting her ae wait lined 20. , , , , - A BAT Wagon broke down on Central , avenue and court street to-day, stopping - the street cars. After considerable de lay, no prospects appearing of the WagOn aeing get out of the way, the car-drivers , trove their cars of the track and around the wagon and passed on. , JACOB GOOSMAN filed an affidavit in , the Police Court this morning against flatten E. Lee, the MEM' who. is in the - Woik-house lora number ot petit tar , , charging him with having stolen three hided vrorth la& Lee will be Srought back for trial on Monday. , 812ITANO GCIDI, the man who fatally itabbed young, Badraoir last evening, Was arraigned hi the Pollee Court this - ifternoon on a charge of murder. Guidi waived an examination, and was held 1ver to the Grand Jugy. In the. mean time he was committed to jail without bail. , , a joint session which was held thia sunning of the Commissioners of Ham . aton and ,Clermont counties,,the former aisagreed as to the site of the Fuller widge, over the Little Miami river, near Remington Station. ' In consequence, the construction of the bridge lute been ,ludefinitely postponed. , AUGUST RUCISEMBISTER was arrested to-tiay by order of the United States Marshal and arraigned before Comnals aloner Halliday, upon the charge of at tempting to pass four Jive dollar outlier, ' felt inns of, the First National Bank of Canton, Illinois. Lie was bound aver in the sum of ta,ow for hie appearanoe next Weduesday. , ' GRAY iionig attached to an express Wagon beoame frightened, in trent, of the Wholeeale hardware establishment of Howell Gano & Co., and dashed down - Walnut etreet at a. fearful rate, demol ' jshing a small cart at the corner of Peal! 'Meet, and doing other damage to email Wilde' in the way; It was, finally oap-1 hint at Vrea$ tree. - , 1 FRANK GROBLETA Chas. Deppen, Henry Beater and Richard Streak were lodged In the Bremeu-street Statien on a charge of stealing is velocipede. The lads are said to be systimatical thieves, and in the Police Court this morning were Committed to the Work-house. As' unknown drowned uman was found in the river at the foot of dill street, about 13 o'clock this morning, who, from annearanees, had evidently been in the water three or lour days. It iv supposed that he is the same man who fell over board from the steamer Wildwood, last Thursday. Coroner Maley wad notified, and will bold an !ugliest this aleernoon. A yiterriOuit gentleman from New York, wbo took dihner at the Grand Ho tel, registered himself ati Theodore ton. ' During his few hAire stay he was the recipient of four professional cards from newspaper reporters anglone to in terview him about Beecher, Woodhull and Moulton, and learn the difference be tween emotional, devotional, inspiration al and paroxysmal Woeful TEE following property was sold at Sheriff's sale this morning: A lot of land containing 2 acres, in Harrison town ship, to Charles Simonson, foe $24 75. - A lot 25 fees on Seventh street, extending to Van Horne street, to fitr. Baker, at $5,100r A 20 it. lot on Eighth street, near Broadway, to Jamee Crane, for 12,850; a lot 00 ft. front on the Montgomery road, to Mr. Goodman, at $1,000; a lot in the same subdivision to John H. Runty, for 1570; a lot al80 in the same subdivis ion to Mr. Goodman, at $07; a real estate in Burnet 4 Reeder's eubdivision, in Hamilton county, to Edward Darcy at SSW; lot in (Mondale, 100 feet front, to Margaret R Poor tor $2o0. - VAs Ansi 1101, : , At the meeting of the Music Hall Com mittee et the Board of Trade Room to day the following additional subscrip gene were reported; 81901411We' Math tute, $1,000; Cincinnati Consolidated Street Be Broad Company, $2,000: T. & A. Picker, WO; Alien & Co., 8100; J. R. Skinner, 125; Atiss Latin'. Wiggins, ;125; John Wright, additional. 8500; the Brunswtok k Ba Ike Co. 8250; A. Lotze & tions, 8100. These sub'scriptions make tne total anieual oubscribed f08,940, , , "-11b Wantod , Colonel Snelbath today reeelved the following Information: ' Captain Martin, Chief of Police at Hay ton, Ohio; desires information and Offer a reward, of MO for the recovery of a gold hunting-case stem-winding watch and a gold (Able guard chain, that wore stolen at that place. , Cit)s Marshal W. G. Boyce, of Bloom Otero e reward of 350 for, the arrest and detention or Bistriok Cheney; charged With' larceny. ' left Bloomington about two weeks ago, is 88 years old,' and trades in horses The same reward is offered by the Chief of Police of Toledo, Capt. J. c. Purdy, tor the arrest of a man sbout 40 years old, who .stole a bay horse and buggy from the livery stable et Joseph, Popp on the Oth ot this month; .13nadway Xrcia0drZho Coroner's Zuguet Coroner Maley Able morning corn menced the inotteat on the body of John Badrack, who was murdered by Sintano Guidi in a confectionery on the corner of Harrizon street anti Broadway about half-paat 8 o'clock last night. The par tioulare of the ocetirrence will be found In another ,eo4una Vile edition. - 11 large crowd elepeetators le rested ev ery' available place in the Coroner's of lice, and lietened with much inter eat as each point in the horrible affair was elicited. The murderer, Sintano Guidi, was in charge of (Meer Butite, and sat with a disconsolate mien,' continually placing his handkerchiet to his eyes, characteristic ol ate Inward emotions. Amelia Budnick, a sister of the de ceasee and an eye witness- tn, the whole affair was called first. The following are the important, ftiota which were de veloped: Last summer I seised sister, who was in the kitchen, for a piece of soap, and Guidi, who was mad at me, ran out with a pistol and said he would kill me, and remarked that he would kill some of the family before he left the house. Last night after Guidi had kicked sister be came out and started tor the grocery across the street. When he got to , the curb-stone he turned around. I did not see anything In his hands. Johnnie, the murdered man. then said, "Don't come near me or I will kill you.), Guidi thou came up and struck him. Johnnie had no weapon In Iris hands at the time. The dagger with which the cutting was dolie is the same as that now In-Court. It belougeti to Gnidi, and was never used tor any purpose about the store. (It is seven inches fir length.Rep.) I saw Guidi sharpen it twice this week. When Guidi stabbed Johnnie he bad his right knee on his breast, and took-hold ot his shoulder with his left hand. He held the dagger in his right hand, and when he struck Johnnie in the throat with is he twisled it around. lie never spoke atter lie was out. The post mortem examination made by Dre. Bramble and Dunlap revealcd that a wound had been Inflicted on the rigut side, ot the chin, and alio) one on ,the anterior surface of the neck about IX inches in length, penetrating the lett thoracic cavity and. making a wound severing the arteries. - John Ruppect, the' next witness', who 'testified in general,, corronorated the toregoing. i,P44-, ! Mrs. Mary Malden was then oiled 'upon and stated that she was a sister of 'John Reppirt; that he came howe one day not long ago and told tier that Gantt tad said- to hint, that be bad it In tor Johnnie and Lou. Badrack, as he did ow ,like them. Witness knew nothing abdat the murder. ! B. W. Clark, who saw the occurrence, general corroborated what has ol.-1 ready buen mentioned. - Sophia &Wrack, sister et the deceased, aged about nine years, whowaa itioked loy,Guldi in the saloon, testified, te this tact, when the case was closed. ' - The Jury returned & verdict that the deceased came to his death trom a wound Inflicted with a knite in the hands of Wotan() Guidi, July lOth, 1875. ' ' After the verdict waa rendered Cap tain DAylor took the, prisoner in charge and oonveyed him- to Nintli-street Station-liouse, per summon of Superintendeat-lnelbaker. , ' "Do you enjoy going to church now ?" asked a lady ot Mrs. Partington. "La, me, do," said Mrs. Partington. "Noth ing does me so much good as to got up early on Sunday morning and go to church and bear a populous minister dispense with tile gospel." Was aught more sublime ever offered tor contemplation- by a wondering na tion unto the cheek ol the female book agent who called on the fresident to subscribe for it copy of btierman's Memoirs 4 ' Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, D. D., spend the summer at West Hampton, ' Co riNO.roZt. 'William Bishop is to appear before 'Squire Tebbe this morning to antiwar the charge of breach of the peace in as saulting Miokey Moore. The caws will undoubtedly be of great 'Merest', and will probably be the means ot abating the interest in the base-ball which is to oome off at the same time. In the Mayor's Court this morning. James Cruniley, John Ityaa and Oeorge Hadgy were dealt witit as follows: James, $5 and costs; John, fil and costs; bleorge, dismissed. Eliza Williams for a breach of the peaoa, wu tined $1,3; Marriage licenses since our lastreport: Wm. Wakus and Alibis Ifilekols, Henry Heckman and Louisa Dad, Patrick Mc Mann aud Margaret Sidney, Geo.' T. Rau and Sarah Benson, Jesse and Haute A. Mianery, Joseph Schager and Agnes Kuten. , . Mb great game between the Stars and the Ludlows will come off this afternoon, and it la .hoped that the weather may 'prove favorabie. Ladies will not be ad mitted free. - The little son of Mr. j. Finch, proprie Itor of the Southern Hotel, at riorence, was accidentally poisoned with corrosive sublimate Thuraday, The funeral took ;dice yesterday. Seventeen patient. at the Pest !and three deaths since Saturaay. A col !ored patient was sent item Zighth street yeaterdaY. Mary le,. Thomas bas sued M. Thothas for divorce in the Chanoery Court on the ground of adultery and abandonment. 1 The cause that led Benjamin Merrill to oommit suicide is assigned by some to , nave been insanity superinduced by in ' temperance. ! A delegation from the legal and medi cal fraternities inet at, the Star grounds Priday afternoon. The object pending was a genie of hue-ball. The lawyers kivon the tosa and sent their antagonists to the bat. Kearus did well at the bat, but his pitchiug is not equal. to Blong. Judge Cleary, Jr., made two outs la ttte first Jutting, uot even reaching his Brat base. Dr. Averdick deserves credit for his efieellent. batting, making two home runs 011 oue powerfiti strike. Delaner, one of the Baty Bones, sent a flue fly toward the. right field. The whole nine of the legal suasiott being on hand at once, the reault was the ball was misaed and a considerable amount of legal talent was spilled on tne earth. Toe M. Ws gave the lawyers one goose egg, Judge Perkins made 4 runs and reached the third base in the second in ning. Cleary made 4 runs; Helm, with an assistant, scored 4; Roberts, 8; Orey, local politician, 6; Bryant, an excellent fielder and fret-class batter, scored 7; Metcalfe, with two or three assistants, made 4 runs; Benton, 5; Hallam, 8; to tal, 42. M..1), ecore--Heatus 5, Laird 5, Hall 7, Orr 4, Lewis 3, Delaney 4, Averdick 8, two home runs; Hemingray 3, two home runs; Orr, 2. Total, aa. Tee catching of both clubs was good, but the muffing was much better; and the applause, especially by the young Arabs, was immense. A. new umpire was chosen at the end of every inning. A very large crowd was in attendance. All enjoyed themselves immensely. NZ WPORT. - 'À. young girl aged fourteen years, adopted daugater et Mr. Bonita, resid ing on Saratoga and Front streets, has 'been missing since last Monday morn ing. It la believed that she has beau al ducted. The Musical Ten were out last night :in honor of tbe return of Miss Minnie liatusworth and the That. of her sister, :Mrs. Beckel. Misses Wil liameon, Miss Ada Smith, Miss Jennie Gordon and Miss Mollie Carr were also serenaded. ! At the meeting ot the Board of Watea. marks Trustees last night the report of ,the Superinteadent la reference to the faulty construution of the reservoir was read, and its recommendations ordered to be carried out. Claims of $369 47 were allowetli The Etna grate bar .:wati or dered to be purehased. liev Eh Easton, of Cinoinnati, will officiate at. Grace M. E. Church, tomor row.' The pastor, Rev- T. S. Cowden, has been granted. a temporary leave of abiience. ' Barracks News-Three musiciana and one carpenter left the Barracka laet night for Detroit under the supervision of Sergeant Devere.--Nine more recruits have pooled their second examination. : The following is au abstract of the re port on the reservoir matter: In com : pliance with a resolution to examine into the cause of the recent aceident at the reservoir I have-found tuat it is lin. doubtettly the imperfect construction of !! the embankments, and that. this acci dent is- only the precursor of others, as :it is tollowud by damages te the main earthwork. The following are some of the principles for construeting earthern embankments, as praoticed by able by draulicians whose works have stood the " telling tests of time and wear: First-The loot or base of the bank !must be in contact with some sound and ' reliable material that Nil not admit of the passage of water. Second-The earth should be as- Im pervious as possible. and should be car ried up in layers of not more than six -inches, each' layer to be subject to cart age during coustruction; the beak to have, in the center and along its entire length, a pnddie core of sufficient width, : composed of clay and gravel, starting on :Eon offset. trench below the- base et the embankment. This prevents intittratioa lief the waters. 1 Third-The declivity of the slopes should be of two and one-half berizontaito- one- vertical, oftener three- 10- QUO le Fourth-As regards the eilluent pipe, ithe- only safe mode .in most cases is to ilay it in a stone culvert., passing under !the embankment,. of sullicioat dimen .sione to permit amnia to every pipe and :joint. ! Fifth-Under drainage should' be the , last resort. Tke water from the- neigh boring hills around the reservoir should be passed around the Intain nevelt exea !voted drains. Sixth-The- rainfall -might not, to- be , permitted to run over the top surface. ol the bank. .- - - From the foregoing,- conclud'es the Su, perintengent, you will see Qat the res ervoir of the Newport Water-works does not' possess the characteristics it should , to be exempt from risk. There Ian pud dle wall- or core; the- bank' has not the proper slope, both slopes being about 1M to 1, with uo protection. Tile effluent pipes are brought through the-main em bankment without any safeguard against the inroads of the water from above. . BMOC NEWS. , - The weatner toKlay to cloudy and rainy,with the thermometer raegiug in the eightleo. river has fallen le inches, with I2X feet in the channel by the Water-werks merits at 0 o'oloult this morning. The Thenipson Dean luu; arrived at New Or leans. - - STAG OF Till BITERS. - , PITTSBURG, July 10.-River fallingovith 4 feet 6 inches. Clear. Thermometer rib. W iud S. E. Oil city-a feet and r. - - feet anti railing. - - Landing-3 feet inches and falling. neeillig-4X Wet and stationtwy . Marietta-4x feet and stationary. -" iddlepert-5 feet 2 inches and tailing. Charleston-0X feet anti stattonary. Liuntington-ex Met and railing. -, - Frankfort, ky.-7X Ion and felting, - Louleville-8 feet at the. need et we canal, and feet out. tails In the pass.. nvensvilte-14 tee:: sad ' n . . feet 8 inches eau loll bast , , - cgiro-8). feet end rising. , SArrivals and DeparturesTbere were no ar rivals outside of tue regular packet. The Rob ert Hitched. woe the only departure. She was drawing ag feet whoa she left, and had aboard shout Nu tons flap Jenkins piloted her to Louisville, where sue wilt be joined by Isaac J.). tiaugn and J. W. Connor. Among the items of eargo the Minneole will have when leaving this evening are 4000 rolls boggle, and 00 tons hulk meek Tiie Utah returns to the Ohio next week from St Louis. Laptaln J. J. Darragh is at St. Louis. ' The new S. signet-light steamer building at Jeffersonville will be ready tor lialineetion next Wednesday. Capt. J. C. Mite, cif St. Louis, is here. exhib iting a "Mont water wheel. Capt. rout 1,4 Titylor of thenre No 10, was In We C,Ity yeeterday'ou los way to Marlette, Ohio. Me Kittle Heoler tuts arrived at Pittsburg. The John L. Blonds lett Pittsburg for St Louis leet eventing, with NM tont on the boat and Intro Capt. h.rwin Crail,' of this city, la at Pitts burg on a brief visit. Capt. Jamie)) Hoes hal contracted to Intild, at Pitteburg, a lightsternwheeler for the lieorgia cotton tretim The boilers tor' Capt. Campbell Sweeney's new boat, now being Omit at Brownsville, are to be made laLlactuuati. The Mary Houston makes an exeurelon trip, between the lOtli aud With, from Butdeville W Otv Mintleitota, and return. The, ernes Parker arrived at Memphis yestordwy with Boo tope. Only the meet and bay have been injured by the recent accident. Bur freight is all out for delivery, the boat cleaned eut. snd to-d is out with a Sunday school oe an excurMon, Captain Milt. Marry has purchased the stern wheel Ruth, now at New Orleans. to take the plaee the Muickineps la the White river trade. , ' POLICE COURT. Drunk and Disorderly-L-J. A. Manninil..T. Farrell knd J. W. Farrell. each 008te; Fred trunewehr and John Brown. each and costs; Wm, Hillard, 90 days; Lizzie White head, 60 day$ and CU; William Jones. 'Lizzie Repko and Bridget -Conlon, eech $10 and caste; James Hirst and George Hirst, each dismissed; Henry Randolph, Prank La Pierre anti Albert Hedrick, each dismissed; Adolph Shining and Pat Donovan, each $1 and costs; John Dickman, dismiised; Lon Kelly, 11 and costs; Chas. Quigley,10 days; Stewart Booker, $6 and costs. Miscellaneons.John Lamt, forgery, con tinued to 18th inst.; Jacob Niser, Andrew Gable, exposing person. each $1 and costs; Sandlord Moore, having burglar's tools, dis missed; Mary Cole, petit larceny, thirty days and. 660; August Soluire, peddling without license, - dismissed; Rudolph Ahlbrecht, grand larceny. bound over; Philip height, abusing family, dismissed; Kate Wilson, petit larceny, thirty days and 63; Wesley Onellin, loitering, -dismissed; Annie Miller, harboring lewd 'woolen. dismissed; S. Newcomb, abusing fam ily, $W1 and costs; John Crawley, loitering, dismissed; 16d. dnychir, embezzlement, Mine; Jas. Ditty, receiviug stolen goods continued to. tail; Js. FicdchleY, Wm. Lasattue, B. Trane, tapping privy vault, continued to 24til inst.; ,ohn .t.ang, permitting nuisance, dismissed; frank Grabley, Chas. Def. free. Henry Beeler, Richard Streck, petit Iszceny, House of Hauge; Win. Aufletibrink, loitering. dismissed; John ,Prile, petit larceny, thirty days and $244 Robt. Manifold. street begging, ten days; Chas. Mil ler and Wm. Tindall, petit larceny. continued to lalb lust.; Robb. Oliva,. vag, sixty days; Thos. Quinlan, vag, ten days; Ann Hunter and Mary Lyons, vacs, same; Sarah Delimit, veg. thirty days; Max Birnsteint embezzlement, :dismissed. Assault and BatteryGeorge Casey, thirty, days; Stun Dale. $10 and eosts;Ste wart Booker, dismissed; hi, LI and cost& FINANCIAL. CINCINNATI. July 1Q-9 r. --- . - : Gold opened at 116X In New York to-dity, and now stands at 116X. Eastern Exchange is steady and In good de mand, with moderate receipt& No change in rates. Buying at par to 1-20 prem.. awl. oell. ing at 1.2o prem. Sterling Exchange is firtn, with fair demand at 401 sight, iinii,kis 80.day bills, gold. There is an isnemsed demand for money to day, whicia is readily met by the banks. Prime business paper is also. In good demand in the epee markets at 7 per cent. . &Inborn Railroad 7-80 bends are stead? with fair demand at 104 and Interest. Other local securities are generally dull but steady. The following are the latest New York quo tatione for all description of Governmebt Beads, on whith local dealers aik a margin of X, buying anti wiling: , bold. .. Arial Bid. et Bolide. ' . - 12sx 62 Bonds 01. , . 117 8 Beads .... 118X 86 Bonds ...., ... 121X 66 New Bonne.. .... .... 320x 67 Bonds. ........ ...- - ..... 121 68 B011(15 . 121x 10.44) ... .... . 119 New 56.......... ..... ..- .... 117x Cy. Os ............. ..... .... .... 127M The following is the 1:80 P. M. repart of New York Stock Market, as received. la Lek Stet. rett & Co., 28 West Third Stoat: , kOld. Offered at. Bid. W. U. Telegraph...... tug Pacific Mail .... , .-. 29X Adams Express Wells, Fargt, Ex iii4 77x American. .... 57x 60X .q. s 411 444 N. I. Central PM ' .... .... A, & P. pret'd .... .... ... Erie .... .... lax Harlem . .... 130x C., C. & L 1 Lake Shore ... . iti - Cloy. & Pitts . . .... 9114 Erie .... .... 163 Harlem . .... 1.30ii C., C. & L C Lake Shore ... .. ik - Clev. & Pitts . . .... .... 913 Is. Western coin .... . 4. 883 N. WEstern preq" ..... 603 49 Rock Island . ...s ' 1033 St. Paul, coin . . ...... ..... ...... 606 St, Paul, prord ' .... .... 61 Wabash.... .... .... , 6 Ohio & Mississippi 223 'Union Paeille 75 Fora Wayne 4 . . . 973 Hannibal & St. Joe 283 ... ., Michigan Central .... 603 ' .... Illinois Central , Canton ... . ... .. .. '' E Chicago & Alton. Atlantic & Plicate Tel 223 Quicksiiver , .... IT Panama Atlantic & Pacilic --... , ...... ,, Money Erie in London 123. . .... ' The rollowinit is the weekly New York bank 4' atement for to-day l . . . Loans. increase . , 21,499.000 Specie, WOMBS . 8,112000 Legal tender, decrease. ......... .. 8.170,90e 'Deposits. increase 4.508,500 Circulation, increase. . 187,700 . Reserve. decrease 1,185,325 CZYCLZYNATI DAIL' Mt4tRKET : - CINOINNSTI,..D217 11)--$ BL 11071110-17M demand is stilt moderate, and the market remains Steady, with no materiel variation. Fancy is- dull; it la quoted Sli 65a 6 50, and favorite- brands range up to- ST per bri, Family, is worth $5 80a5 40; extrieseld at 66 15145 20; superane is worth $4 50a4 80, and low glades $4211a4 40 per brL- Some spring sold. at $5 25 m-any, and higher- brands are worth $5 35 ab 40 per -orl, Rye &air is quiet at $5' 5045 75 per brL WHEAT--Iii, quiet and easy. RIM is' la mod erate demand at $1,18al 241 for good to-prime, gild very littleoftnring. White is worth SI 25a 1 80 for good to- prime old; 67 20a1 25 for new. Sales ot new Tennessee to.day gnotations. Hill is dull and nominal at $1 2bal 27 Wor prime per bu. ' - - , , OORNThe market 15 firmer, with 'an improved-demand. St& a white shelled sold at 74c per be. Good'mixed ear is' quoted 67atino, and shelled sold to-day at ilea70e per bit.. - 0AT8--,gre a shade firmer, with lighter re ceipts and only a moderate demand. No. 2 are b3a05e tor mixed, and IttlabSe per tin for white. One sale to-clav of No, 2 White at 60e, which, however is an extreme figura, . . kty -dull, with limited offering& Good to prime lots'are offered at iffatitSt per bu eie vator. MESS PORK--16 quiet and steady, With lim ited demand at CO per be for prime city. - BULK MEATSMarket very quiet. Little Or no change- Clear sides are worth 12e, clear rib 6ides shouldma tlia84ie .per lb,, all loose. BACON-7.here tar a limited Inquiry with moderate oirecings at s'ic for shoulders, 12 a trio for clear rib sides, and lttalllxc for clear sides per lb, all racked. Sugar-cured bums are quoted 12;gaill,iie per lit. LARDPrime eurrent make la iti moderate demand for, itt 1.11413 per 113.- .Pritee whiter steam is still quiet the demand. being very light at per lb, City kettle is dui and hel ti at 14 tial4 tic per lb. marktt is stead!' and oUlet te-dity with sales- ot, 35 pales!, 114icof higher for medium grades. We quote: Ordin. 12c; good ordinary, 18)(e: low middling; 14,ic: 1430; good middlinit. 10)401 middling fair, lOot fatrale per lo. WHISKYIs Arm and in fair demand tO day, with sales of 438 brie at 1116 per gallon. BEANSMarket dull and prices nominally unchanged. Common are worth 11 2.5ai 40, um clime Si 694170, mid best navies 11 beat VO per , BROOH-CORNIs quiet and steady. The demand is moderate awl the supply ample. No change in prices. Choice is worth 18e, medium quality 10Xalle. and common 9iie per lb. BUTTERThe market remains steady with an improved demand for medium and common ' peeking grades. -Best table butter ia in good request. Tim receipts of all kinds are ample. No material change in prices. We quote 18tiale per lb for choice Western Reserve, and 16arle for prithe Central aud Southern Ohio. Small lote of extra soil at tare more per 114 Medium grades are worth 14413c, and lower packing grades litatro per lb. CHEESEThe market contionee There is a mocierate deemed at 104L10 per lb for prime to choice factory. COFFEEThere lb a Arm market with a fur ther advance in prices. The demand here is , fair. Rio is worth 911125e too common; a 21Hae for fair to good; 24ale for prime to choke. per lb. Java is worth 68430c, Laguayra 24a25e per lb. - COALThere is a quiet market but steady, and we observe little or no change. The rates afloat are lee for Yougbiogheny; boiio for Raymond city; 8o for Astilaud. and fiRe for Ohio River per bu. Delivered to oonsimiem we quote Ohio River, leet Ash laud, llo; Raymood City, 120; Mulsktnguni. Hocking Valley and Kanawha, Igaitte, and Youghiogheny; 18414e. Kanawha cannel. 90a 22c per bu. DRIED FRUITSDomestic is dull and nom inal. Apple are held at 13a9c; peaches, lett Jur quarter, Valet for halves per lb, elan are quiet and steady at provirme prices; We quote: Citron 80a112c,: figs 14a18e, prunes 9aloc, eurrante Iliattle, dates 'Wok, per ib. Layer raisiias 12 50a2 tie per box. : NIGSAre quiet. with good receipts and moderate demand. Fresh arrivals are quoted litalóe per dozen, the latter figure for evaall lots counted out. , OR121818 WitHITS-t-Lemouti aro Arm and higher. They are in gki demand at 4950410 60 per box. Oranges are in fair request and scarce at Pall per box. , HAYThe beat grades are in fair local de mand with sales and receipts about equal. In ferior grades continue dull. No variation in prices. We quote: No. 1 timothy 118420 for imam. and MeV for tight-pressed per toe, on arrivid. Common hay le worth 1101118 per ton on arrival- la store dealer require at more per ton- HEMPThere is a limited demand and the receipts are light- Prices are nominally un chauged. We quote: Rough Kentucky, 11504 158 per ton, and dressed 12c per 1b. HIDESThe demand hi light. and the market is somewhat mailer. We quote: Green hides, 6a7,10; wet salted. drY flint. 14allie per lb; sheep pelts are worth Trica61 25 for good to prone. and 25100c for common. MILL VEEDThe market has undergone no change. Bran is in moderate deniand, with liberal offerings at 114a16 per ton. Shipstuffs continue quiet at Wall per ton., aliddiiugs are in lair request at 622a21 per ton, in built. These figures are on arrival. lu store 2 more , per ton is asked. ' MOLASalitiThere is a moderate consume. tive demand, and the market continues steady at previous prices. New Orleans is wortn atla 700, and refined sireps 46c441 per gallon, au .cording to quality. OlboTne market has undergone no espe cial variation. Linseed is in fair request at 63a 6be per gallon. Lard otitis steady and in mod. erate demand at $108rii 01 per galloa for' best grades. of currenadnake. Itellued petroleum is steady at 12a18e per gallon. POTATOEsThe market is well supplied and there is a moderate demand at 12a2 25 per brl for good to prime in store. POULTRYThe market is stewly for live chickens, with liberal receipts and fair de mand at 8 60e4 for- old, anti 9 Wail for youug, per doz.according to quality. EICEIs in fair Consumptive demand and steady. We quote Rangoon 7a7get, Louisiaua '13ia T. and Carolina 8a8iie per lb. SALTThe market has undergone little or no engage. Thete is a moderate demand for domestic at 26o per bu and St 46 per brl, on ar rival. Liverpooi coarse is. in limited request', but steady at- lt 2541 85 per sack. ,Turkið lidand is tittll at ileaaae per bu. , SEEDClover is quiet and steady at 12Ra per lb, and timothy in moderate request at 12 654276 per bu in store. Flax its quoted 11 per ou, with fair cietnand. Hungarian grass seed is worth 11 ifiad 40 per bu, and the de 40d Is light. SUOMAThe market remains steady yrith moderate demand. No further change in prices. New Orleaus is quoted 8witOic; clarified, 9a 10e; extra 114010,0; "II" white, 10,,a 10e; "A" white, Itthalthict and luirda 11)aa 11)ie per lb. TALLOWThe demand and receipts are about equal, and the market remaius steady at 6NaS3ie per lb for prime country. WOOLMar:Let quiet and rather weak, with lighter demand. 'There is no change in Prices. We quote:, Unwasued clothing; 2&4300; un washed combing, 88aiee; tub washed. Celle; common &aline Aeeee, 4estiia; etty pulled, 82a Slic per lb. Cineinnati Live Stock Mairket. CINCINNATI, July 10-2 P. M. no following are the reeelpts and shipments of live stook for the past 24 hours: ,Receiots. Shipments. Cattle. ISO 64 629 SW Z.M0 ' 4011 HOGSQuiet anti firm. Medium grades are worth Sgal 10 per cental gross. No other grade offering, links' CATTLEThe offerings are light, and there is a fair demand at S2 Watt 60 per cental gross Wtal range for common to, extra quail ties. SHEEPMarket steady and demand mod erate at $3 5044 50 per cental gross for fair to good. -s - MARK El'S lir 1NLEGBAP R. Proms. July 10.Corn unsettled at 07MIlf Oats. unsettled: white, ótkaalef mixed, EnaZgle. Aye nothing doing. ()swim, July 10. Wheat in small demand: No.1 Milwaukee club, si 18; extra white Mich- 1 igen, $1 66. Corn steady at 8008::03- BurrAtio, July 10.Wheat inactive with i light offerings. Corn quiet and 11r1U. Oats dull and in light supply. Rye scarce.. , rITTSEITRO, July. W.Wheat: dull: Pouneyl 'Sallie and Ohio red. $1 Wit L5; amber and White, $1 24a1 28. Com quiet: shelled nomi nally, 'Mello, free in elevator; ear, 111a-lac, on track.. DETROIT. JulT 10.Flour (inlet. Wheat in fair demand aud firmr extra, SI No. I, 21 241k, t amber. 21 bid. Corn dull and ' drooping at 61410e.. Oats in fair demand and firm kit . klusvautuat. july 10.Wheat firm: No..1 Milwaukee, Si 11.; No. 2, SI 06h; Jolt,. 11 01; Aug., SI ta. Corn steady: No.. 2, 53e. Oats lirm: No. 2, 51e. Rye Np, 2, 94c, Burley is steady:140. 2, SI , Timm), July 10.Wheat a shade lower: No.: 4 white afighigast,S1 20; Ne, I red, St 213l1; No. 2.do, 112244 No., I amber, 231i asked. 'awl SI bid, (gash. 'Corn; illgitmixed, 12e . - Oats quiet, CLEVELANiN July ItaWheat tirratNo; I red. 14 24; No. 2 do, $1 ilk Corn lower: shelled. 70a le; esr, on track, Graeae; Oata firm and un w,natiged. Petroleum quiet: standard white, bxe.; uhio State test, 10)-40; small lots armies . , ; INDTANAPOL10, July leFlour dull at SS 70it ,fi 25...Wheat quiet: red, $1 lain IS; amber, SI 20 23; white, 111 23a1 25. tern: ear, 65116 le; !shelled, liatifi9of elevator; 12s., Oats: Vlaalle. !Bulk meats quiet and unchanged. Macon. Aulet and unchanged. ,, BrosToN, July 19.Flour: d01010.01 mactwat 'at Si, 25atail for, Western limpet-Soda $4,1aall 24 for common extras; SUS 25 for Wisconsin and Minnesota extras; la for white wheat Oniorindiana and Michigan; Sa 215al Saler Illi nois. and Sfi 25a8 for St. Louis. Cora: Erin at Sehattee for mixed: and yelloWA 4ata, Walks for mixed and white LoutsviAtx, July- 10.Flour toilet and un changed. Wheat quiet anti unchanged at Ma i 15. Corn noinmai at 72s74e. oats nominal at ofia610. Rye dui at Woo al. Hay dull at Infiank I'mvisions strong and in better de mand. Pork, EP Li. Bulk meats. . 2, 12 e). Hamm, 13,- liNe. augar-ettred hums, las lavie. Lard c 14Malse.. Bagging', quiet at ISha July' IfiiPlettr' dull. and' ntehaboAlovitli- oals, a local and MIMI order oeinand. Wheat dull and lower: No: red winter, SI 25 cabh and July: $1 28)431. Au gust; SI lahiat re, September. Corn higher: No. 2 mixed, 69e, asked, easn; sales at &ix, Antost: relic, September. Oats: little stock hireling, and the demand limited. Yorkers, natal 85; heavy hogs, $1 8fia 40. Jidy Ie.Flour outer and uns cheesed at t4 Wati 50; Wheat steady at $1 2ia 125. Corn steady It0 alle. Oats steady at 75o. Coffee in fair uemand. and firm at 20avakie. Provisions dull and a alaiale Iowa& Lards ISO. i Bacon dull and drooping at ifial3lge. . meats dell and drooping at Segal- cured hems, 133ge, all packed. WW1117 14L fair demand and firm at 6121. BALTIMORE, July 10Flour dun and Western superfine. $4 26a4 extra, ittiall wig; family, 55 60a6 60. W heat dull aud unchauged. Corn weak: Western mixed. 784c. Oats weak: ' white Western, Ineiat Rye duli at 1. Hay dull: Pennsylvania and Maryland, 110a26. Provision firmer. Pork steady at 520a20 fte. Bulk meats quiet at 530; shoulders. 8,a8,14e: , clear rib sides, 11Naillic. Bacon steadY: shoulders. filittliic: Clear rib shies. 12al2Ve. Hams, 14a14lic. Lard very dull: relined, 14.4e ' 143ge. Butter unceanged. Cone quiet, bull firm and unchanged. Petroleum nominal; , crude; iiiia5740. Whisky, St 18);e119. lazy ORLEANS. July10 Sugar and molasses:. very little doing and quotations are uniman god Flour is firm: treble. E5 lead 25; choice, SO 55a ' 0 75. Corn firmer at ifianac for white. Oats - dull at 08c. Brae is nrin at 90e. Hay quiet; ordinary, $t: prime timothy, $231124t. choice. , , 26. Coffee: no stock in first hands; quotations - unchanged. Pork' dull MOO easier at 20 00a 20 SS. Dry salt meat dell at fixatifial2a1Stic. Bacon etronger at liga9Nalaulixe. Mews quiet at iguitige. Lard dun: tierces, 14c; keg, 14,4a14Xe. Whisky dull at 51 Wel 21 Corn meal dull at 14. . PIIILADELPHIA, JOT MLFlour 41111 and rather weak: Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota family. 55 12.liath, Pennsylvania, inditina end , Ohio do, th 15a0 50; high graalca, 441 5467 bCv Vt heat in better demand: red, 11 Beal 803i; am. her, al 80a1 Bye, $1 tklal 00. Corn iin mod- ' erate demand: yellow, bee; Western IOWA. ItAili00, Oat depressed: white, basaltic. kro visions in limited demand at yesterday's prices. Wbbiky: Western. tl fit Petroleum dull: re- fined 12e, crude 9c. Clover seed: Westbrn, 12Ne: timothy unchanged. Butter quiet; New - York extras,26a270; first, 28a240; Western ex- tras, ittalact do firsts, Cheese firm: , Western flue, Illggs Arm: Western, fresh. 21e. Nzw Yetut, Ju lv 10.Flourt Superfine West ern and State, $4 50a4 80;' common to good extra do $4 90a5 25; good to choice, 15 40a5 15; white w'heas Western extra 15 Muse 50; extra Ohio, 15al; St. Louis, 15 25a8 25. Rye flour steady at $4 80ali 50. Corn-meal: Western, steady at 18 Slai 20. Wheat; No. 2 Chicago and No.1 North western, $1 10301 18; No. Milwaukee, 11 19a1 21:No. 1 spring, 11 22a1 25; ungraded Iowa and Minnesota spring, ti 14a al :1.3; winter red Western 11 goal 85; amber do, 11 85a1 88; white do. II 8241 40. Rye firm: Canada in bond, 90e; State, 11 Wel Mar ley nominal. Malt firm and in lair inquiry. corn; mixed Western, per 'steamer, Vallee; do sail. 80a824c; Oats: firmer and more active: mixed Western.62a64.::white-d0.111a880. hay stonily: shipping, 85000. Coffee firm ttnd advancing: Rio, cargoes, 16lia19.4e, gold; Jobbing, 10020c, gold. Sugar dull: fair to good relining.1atte; prime, Ogabilic; refined steady. Molasses dull and heavy. Rice quiet and unchanged. Petroleum firmer: relined, 12c bid; crude. 6c. Strained resin dull at 11 70 al SO. Spirits turpentine quiet at 82Stc. Pork lower: new 'mess, 120 80a20 85. Beef quiet. Cut meats quiet. Middles dull: long clear Western, 11 lie. Lard lower: prime steam, 1:1740. Butter: prime unchanged, and others dud: Western. Eggs erns: Western, itholOct Cheese lirmer at 5a12Xc. Whisky firmer at 11 19al 20. STEAMBOATS The new, large. fast and gni ticent t 1 Passenger Stetuner CHAS. MG liG AN. A. Stein, Master, will leave Cincinnati tor Ntw t)easalts tittalJUDAY, Ma inst. G CH A RTEH, Agent. Jyti4f MARRIED. 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