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For the week ending Saturday, June 15th, 1SG7. CHICAGO. Alcohol—Dull at $firstname.lastname@example.org for 9S proof. Butter—Prime at 13@17c. Coal—Unchanged since last report. Flour—Spring Extras, $email@example.com; Red Winter, $12; Spring Superfine, $6.50 ; White Winter Extras, $14.75 @15. Wheat—Market qHietbut firm. No. 1 spring, $2.17@ 2.20 ; No. 2 do, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn—No. 1,85@87}c ; No. 2, 80@81}c ; Rejected, C3@09c. Oats—No. 2, 56}@60c. Rye—No. 1, $1.1G@1.20. NEW YORK. Pi ices of wheat and flour declined almost to exporting point. Flour has been more active, and variable, at much lower prices—the decline up to Thursday, when the reaction took place, was from a dollar and a half to three quarters ; since then the demand for export and by trade has been much more active, and of an upward tendency. Much of the flour offe ing is unsound ; this has been forced on the market, and contributed to panic early in ilie week ; aggregate decline from highest point of best quality flour, $3 50. Wheat market much depressed, and panic occurred early in week, causing a decline of 20@25c on winter, 15@20o on spring. At concession an export demand sprung up, and firmer feeling since prevailed. Millers bought freely and more noticeable. This is especially true of spring. California wheat has been freely offered, and very unsaleable at the decline, owing to the large prosnective ariivals. Tills wheat is heavy at $2 60® $2 80. Oats have been pressed on the market, and sold freely at a decline of 5c ; market unsettled at the close. Rye very unsaleable, and declined 20c—closing very flat at $email@example.com for Western. Corn Is otfered very freely, and, with unfavorable news from Europe, at a decline of 17@20o. Large, arri vals at the lake ports, and reported failures at Chicago, havecontilbut.ed to the depression. The market closes very fiat at a decline, with large arrivals in prospect. Barley has declined, and sold slowly ; prices nominal at the close. Barley malt in active demand, and advanced about 10c. Pork shows something of a panic, and mess declined about $1 ; heavy business done at concessim, sales and resales amounting to 50,000 brls. Beef very scarce, and choice qualities advanced. Lard abundant and nominal at close at reduced rates. Whisky sold readily; a shade firmer. The stuck of Itio coffee is accumulating, and low grades are dull. Sugar has been in good demand—partly speculative, and closed strong. CINCINNATI. Flour—Steady, with a. moderate local demand at $12 @18 tor family, and $13.50@14 for fancy. Wheat—Firmer, and prices higher; No. 1 winter, $2.50 ; same grade spring, $2 20 But little offering. Corn - Sold to the extent of 5,000 bu toward close of ’Change at 75@73c, closing with no buyers at. 70c. Oats—Market, closed firmer and higher ; more buyers than sellers at 63c for No. 1. Rye—Unsettled ; sales at $1.40. Cotton—Dull and prices nominal at 24}@25c for mid dling. Whisky—Prices nominal. Enormous amount reported to be here in bond (80,000 brls) has astonished the trade and caused some queer surmises. Mess Pork—Dull and prices lower, clo«ing at $22.50 for city. Bulk Meats and Bacon—Unchanged, but demand less. Gold—136} buying, and 137 selling. BY CABLE. London, June 8, noon.—Consols, 91. Illinois, 79}. United States 5 20 bonds, 73. Frankfort, June 8, evening.—United States 5-20 bonds quoted at 77}, issue of 1862. COMMERCIAL. Liverpool. June 8, noon.—Cotton dull. Corn dull; declit ed to 37s. Petroleum firmer ; advanced } for re fined. Liverpool, June 8, evening.—Cotton easier; uplands 11 }d. Corn, 36s 6d. Lard, 50s. Pork, 78s. Bacon, 41s 61. Cheose, 65s. Antwerp, June 8.—Petroleum dull, and prices de clined } franc ; standard white quoted at 42} francs per brl. COL. WOOD’S MUSEUM, Randolph St,, between Clark and Dearborn. COL. J. H. WOOD...Proprietor. Director of Amusements.F. E. AIKEN Stage Manager..TH03. BARRY. Matinee—Wednesday and Saturday Afternoons. Doors to Lecture Room open at 7} ocloek. Curtain rises at 8 o’clock . Admission to Matinee, 30 cents; Children under 10 years of age, 15 cents; Private Bose i to Matinee $2.00 to $3.00. UNPARALLELED SUCCESS. Genius Triumphant! SIKTOER’S NEW NOISELESS FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, Which has been two years in preparation, and which has been brought to perfection regardless ol time, labor and expense, is now confidently presented to the public as incomparably the Best Sewing Machine in, the World. We keep on hand a well assorted stock of Silk Twist, Linen and Cotton Threuds, Machine Oil, Quilters, Cord ers, Tuckers, Binders, &c. l’art’es desiring to act as agents in localities where we are not represented .can obtain the nebessary informa tion by addessing The Singer Manufacturing Co. Xo. SO South Clark St. J. F. Bonfijsi-d. II. T. Thomas. BONFIELD & THOMAS, Attorneys and Counselors at law, ROOM NO 16, PORTLAND BLOCK, South-east Corner of Dearborn and Washington Sts. CHICAGO. THE GREAT EASTERN TEA CO. 77 West Madison St,, Chicago, Are constantly receiving from New York pure new crop TEAS, COFFEE, SPICES, which they offer for sale at Wholesale and Retail. Being a branch of a New York house buying direct from importers, the managers of the Great Eastern Tea Company can afford to sell lower than any house in the city, All orders IPROTVl THE COUNTRY promptly attended to. JAMES McCUNE, Wholesale & Retail Dealer in STAPLE & FANCY GROCERIES 184 West Madison Street, Corner of Halated St., CHICAGO. Orders solicited, and Good, promptly delivered free of Charge. RHEUMATISM! ITtULLER’S CELEBRATED VEGETABLE RIIEU 1 MaTIC PILLS, are warranted to cure the worst cases of Rheumatism, or money refunded. 75 Cents per liox. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Wholesale Agency, No. 89 E. Madison Street. Y. M. JONES, Agent. PENSIONS & BOUNTIES. JOHN O’NEILL, SOLICITOR OF CLAIMS. OFFICES: 211 Penn. Avenue, Washington. I). C., aiul 50 Ceclar Street, Nashville, Tennessee. OHTAINS SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS FOR Additional Bounties, Pensions, Arrears of Pay, Prize Money, Commutation of Rations, Horses Lost in the Service, Quarter master and Commissary Stores, taken by and for the use of the Army, &c., &c. All business before the Departments at Washington promptly attended to in person. 1>. 0. Box61. JOHN O’NEILL. GREAT WESTERN BOOK BINDERY TIDI), HARTLEY A PHILLIPS, FANCY JOB BOOK BINDERS 1G8 Randolph St., Chicago, Are prepared to bind BIBLES, HISTORIES, MUSIC, MAGAZINES, &o., &c., in any style desired. BLANK BOOKS, of every description, ruled to any pattern, and bound to order. As we are all practical workmen, we can surpass any thing in the city. EDWARD L. CAREY, Dealer in O O ALS Of till liinds* 58 and 60 CHERRY STREET, Between Roosevelt and James Streets, NEW YORK. The best of RED and WHITE ASH COAL con stantly on hand, and at the Lowest Rates. Orders sent by Post will receive prompt atten tion. N. 15.—Consumers may rely upon receiving the Best Quality of Coal, and Full Weight. Orders Received at 00 East Tiroadway. NEW YORK CITY. DRY GOODS Cloaks, Shawls, Silks, DRESS GOODS, OF AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN MANUFACTURE, IN ALL FABRICS AND SUITABLE FOR ALL SEASONS ALSO, DOMESTIC GOODS OF ALL KINDS. Irish Linens, Damasks, and Irish Poplins. orders; From all parts of the country attended to, and tilled with care and a conscientious resard to the interest of THE PURCHASER. W. R. ROBERTS, 252 Bowery, NEW YORK CITY. CHAS. COLLINS, ADVERTISING AGENT, Director! and Gazetteer Compiler PUBLISHER OP ANNUAL DIRECTORIES FOR Omaha, Nebraska City, St. Joseph, Atchison, Kansas City, Leavenworth, and other Cities on Missouri Kiver. Western Wholesale Agent for HAASIS & LUBRECUT’S MAPS, CHARTS & PUBLICATIONS. General Publisher’.* Agent, OFFICE, SO DELAWARE ST., Lock Box 489. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. FRANK KELLY, MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 109 Madison Street. (Between Clark and Dearborn.Streets, Chicago.) REMOVAL. O. S. FRIN K, MERCHANT TAILOR, lias Removed to 7S 31 ADIS ON STREET, McVicker's Theatre Building. R A I LROADS. ILLINOIS CENT’L R. R. TIME TABLE. Arrival and Departure or Trains. '■pRAINS WILL LEAVE AND ARRIVE at Chicago a X follows: (Union Depot, foot of Lake Street,) Leave. Arrive. Day Passenger. +10:00 a. m. + 7:00 p. m. Night Passenger.* 0:30 p.m. + 5:45 a. m. Kankakee Accomraodat’n. + 4:15 p. m. + 0:05 a. m . Hyde Park & Oak Woods + 6:20 a. m. + 7:45 a. m. “ “ +12:10 p. m. + 1:50 p. in. + 3:15 p.m. +5:35 p.m. “ “ “ “ + 6:10 p.m. + 7:35p. m. “ “ “ “ +10.45p.m. +11:55 p. m. ♦Saturdays excepted. + Sundays excepted, t Mondays excepted. M. HUGHITT, Gen’l Sup’t. W. P. Johnson, Gen’l Passenger Agent. CHICAGO & GR’T EASTERN RAILWAY. (Late Cincinnati and Chicago Air Lioe Railroad, M11 wankes Depot, corner of Iilnzie and Canal streets, West Side.) Day Express.+7:00 a. m. +11:40 p. m. Night Express. *0:00 p. m. % 8:50 a. m. ♦Saturdays excepted. tSundays excepted. ^Mondays exeepted. THIRTY-TWO MILES THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO CINCINNATI. INDIANAPOLIS, AND LOTJISVIXiLB. The Shortest, Quickest and only all rail route from Chicago to NEW ORLEANS AND ALL POINTS 80UTH Direct Route to Pittsburg, Harrisburg, Baltimore, Washington, Philadelphia, NEW YORK & BOSTON, Trains will leave Depot,cor. Canal and Kinzie Street*, West Side, Chicago, at 7.00 A. HI. and 9.00 P. HI. PULLMAN’S SLEEPING CARS accompany all Night Trains between Chicago and Cincinnati, or Indianapolis. Baggage Checked Through to all Point*. Secure Tickets via Chicago & Great Eastern Railway. Ticket Office, corner Randolph and Dearborn Streets, under Matteson House, and at Depot. Tickets for sale at the Principal Railroad Ticket, Offices in the Northwest. FRED. II. GARFIELD, A. REASONER, Gen'l Pass. Agent. Gen'l Super intendevt. STEVENS HpUSE, 21, 23, 25 and 2 7 Broadway, N. Y. Opposite Bowling Green, ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. rnllH STEVENS HOUSE is well and widely known to .1 the traveling public. The locaiion Is teptcially suit able to merchants wnd business mm ; it is in close pro> imhy to the business pait of the cit.v—is on the highway of Southern and Western n avel, and adjacent to a 1 the principal Rail oad and Steamboat depots. THE STEVENS HOUSE has liberal accommodation for over 800 guests—it is weli furnished, and possesses every modern improvement for the comfort and enter tainment of its inmates. The rooms are spacious and well ventilated—provided with gas and water—Hie at tendance is prompt and respectful, and the table is gen erously provided with every delicacy of the season, at moderate rates. GEO. K. CHASE & CO., Proprietors.