Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune, April 8, 1873, Page 6

Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune dated April 8, 1873 Page 6
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6 6 MONEY AND COMMERCE. MONETARY. Monday Evening, April 7, Tho demand for monoy in this market soouib lo grow more active, but deposits at tho banks keep up well, and lha' supply of money in Chi cago Is unquostionobly bettor at present than in almost any other city in thoUnitod Stales, It Is, ’of course,.a question of much interest as to how long this exception will continue. As far as tho future can bo forecast now, there seems no ground for anticipating any considerable strln 'Conoy in this market this spring. After the ’opening of navigation an immonso amount of 1 produce how hold hotfl will go forward, and ns *°on as shipped will bo converted Into exchange, ‘'which is tho . same ns money. Tho. prospect, therefore, is, that though money may bo lompo \ warily tighter hero somo tlmo between now and ; the opening of navigation, it is likely to-be : easier again after the Ist of May^ Now York exchange is in good demand and sold between banks to-day at 600 per SI,OOO premium. the stringency ik new youk. Tho stringency in Now York seems to have be come chronic, and there is scarcely a day that ‘money is not quoted as high os .from 80 to 50 per Wont per annum for loans on rai)road stocks., ‘ In this connection tho Washington'corespondent of tho New York Journal of Commerce writes that “ there is reason to believe that the Booro tary of tho Treasury has an understanding with tho President that ho will take somo measures to - avert a paulo in tho money market, if one shall threaten. It is supposed that in such case ho will sell gold and buy bonds, leaving the current oy with tho banks throughout the transactions, or adopt some other method of temporary re lief' before, resorting' to a draft on hislegal toudor reserves. Tills last, however, would bo done as a last resort. Tho Secretary acoma to bo trioro impressed with the necessity of reducing tbe price of gold than of easing tho money mar ket ; but he nos not much available gold, oven if inclined to sell. There is not as much pressure for his interference as is generally supposed. Tho Treasury business is in a self-regulating condi tion now, and the Secretary will not act to regu late ,tho money market .unless convinced thaka panic is, otherwise unavoidable. No ne cessity for his interference has boon shown to his satisfaetlon, and he has hope that there will ho none.” '' ilu Now ,York,there is much excitement among tho stock-speculators over tho ruinous rates of interest, and a combination is being termed among those who havo boon fleeced, to prosecute tho money-lenders under tho usury laws of tho State. Sir. Richard Scholl, who was prominent in a similar endeavor three years ago, is at tho head of the movement. . new national bank note. 1 Tho National Rank currency is soon, to be completely renewed, and the Issues of tho now designs in placo of tho old ones will begin in ; two or tbreo months. The Secretary has decid ed to havo tbe backs of the bills printed in Now York, and tho faces in Washington. ,Tho Comp troller'of the Currency is'understood to tako tho ground that tho present law authorizing the. re issue of tho National currency has no provisions Under which tho National Banks can ho assessed for the coat of this ro-lasue, which will amount to about $600,000. Somo additional legislation; In rogard.to this mottor will, bo urged upon the next Congress. Tho National Banks take tho ground that tho 1 per cent tax on circulation was intended to cover, ail ouoh expenses. There Is now a large fund in the Treasury which, has Accumulated from the unappropriated portions of this tax, and the banks will probably endeavor to have tho expense-of re-issues taken out of that. , 1 REDISTRIBUTION OP BANK CIRCULATION. Tlio Comptroller of tho Currency, has taken, the -first step in the redistribution of tbo' $25,000,000 of currency, as provided by tho act of July, 1870. Tho Comptroller has, of course, ’ uo choice in tho matter, but must carry out tho law.. Tho movement will, however, add to tho disturbance of finances, and will, undoubtedly, make a host of converts to froo banking. Tho following circular'has* been "issued by tho Comptroller of tho Currency for tho New England States, but It possesses general ■ in terest : OIBOTTLAB, Theabuby,Department, Omos op the). Comptoolleb of Corbenot, April 1. 1873. f Tboact ot .March 3, 1835, provided that $150,000,000 of the amount of circulating notes authorized to bo. lesued to National Banks should bo apportioned to ss* loclstions in tho States, In tho District of Columbia, and in tho Territories, pop ulat on; and tho remainder among associations form* ed in (he sovoral States, in (ho District of Columbia, and in tho Territories, baring due regard to tho exist log capital, roaoarcoe, and business of such Stale, DU* trlct, and Territory. The act of July 12,1870, authorized tho Issue of ss4> 000,000,1n addltlontotho|3oo,ooo,ooo already authorized to be furnished to banking associations, organized, or to bo organized, In those States and Territories, haring less than their proportion under the above apportionment, and. provided that tho Increased circulation ‘should be distributed upon a now appor tionment, based upon the census of 1870. Section 0 of* the same act required that after the $54,000,000 author ized should bo taken up, $25,000,000 of the circulation already issued to associations formed in States in ex cess should be withdrawn and distributed among tho States and Territories having lees than their propor tion, boss to equalize the same. The $54,000,000 of additional circulation has been apportioned to banks • already organized, or in process of organization, in tbo >\oßtem and Southern States, but the whole amount has not yet boon issued, and may not bo Issued for Borne months to come, possibly not until tho meeting °l « » n °° D grcsfl. As soon as tbo whole amount eo&li be issued, it will be my duty to make reoulsl* tion upon the banks In Now York City having Ino ™ than SIOO,OOO circulation, and upon those n the States of llhode Island, Connecticut, and Mas on chuaotta having more than $300,000 circulation, for any excess beyond these amounts, but tho date of such requisition Is yet uncertain. Applications are fro quontly made to this cilice for an increase of the cir culation of National Banks, or for the organization of now National Banks, circulation to bo issued upon the condition that tho same amount of notes of Nation al Banks which have closed .business shall be first returned to this oftlcofor destruction. The amount Issued to the States of ■ ■ being largely In excess of y l ® ''mount contemplated by the acts referred to, no further Issue of circulation beyond the amount al ready approved will Ijo issued to National Banking As sociations organized in those Slates. Very tespectfially, Jko. J. Knox, Comptroller of the Currency, ’ AMEIUOAN BECUIUTIEH IN TOANKPOnT. The following wore the quotations for Ameri can corporate securities at Frankfort, Germany, on the 18th of March : ' San Francisco, 7 percent 07 Bt. Louis City ~Bsjrf Jersey City ..80*f Lexington &Bt. Louis Central Pacific gov San Joaquin Va11ey.,... South Missouri 05*. California & Oregon union Pacific, E. D Omaha California California Extension #ur' Chicago b 50uthweat0ru............ 78 v Kansas Pacific. gi Rockford & Hock Island 6t.Louis & Southeastern ’** «av Bt. Louis Water Works *' 80 Washington, D. 0 oq Bt,LouU County 70 Kow York Oltr. !.,.. I . . , nga * Missouri X’acifio ” 757.1* Mobile & Ohio ’ . m 1 10 Oregon Alabama & Chattanooga si Copperopolia. CHICAGO A NOnTIIWESTBUN EARNINGS. The oarninga of the Chicago A Northwestern Railway Company for the second week in March compare as follows with the earnings at the cor responding period last year: 187 i X 70.418.09 Increase THE NEXT COTTON CHOP. , Tho Memphis Avalanche has the following : It is evident from what wo have already learned that. u . n c ff suddenly change tactics, thscomlng P . 9 y lll ma ®t extensive since the war, if not in the hlsterv of American cotton; and that, with any thing like a favorable season, there wIU be next fall ami Winter, plentiful as the supply of labor Is, more cotton than can bo conveniently gathered. It la true that our Increased labor supply la largely at the ex pense of Georgia, Alabama, etc., hut that still insures increased production, as for each halo lost to those States by that emigration two bales will bo forth coming from the more productive lauds of our own section of the cotton belt. In this view of things low prices for cotton next season aro more than probable, and it will therefore bo the part of wisdom for fanners to endeavor to raise enough of com and moot for homo consumption, Buch is the policy country merchants encourage to the full extent of their influence. 11 r^i. C< ? UrT i lj i l !' ( Qa «) Enquirer of March 20 says : - Rntcr . to: ld u* the other day that he had never Bueno carried into tho country as was Sttl?n^i°«A n Ji 0 1* 8 Be .9 tlon this year. Our own obsor - 8 ,8t,8?0li ? oli ua tho trade In commercial fer tilizers la at present heavy, hut wo have no ready means of comparing Us bulk with that of former REAL ESTATE. CITY PROPERTY* Two following Inatrumontß wero filed for record ou Monday, April 7: West Washington at, between Bobey and Lincoln, « f, 30i123 ft, dated March 30 5 conelderatlon, JE,OOo! Kv&oa at, between Union and Habited, 1 (, undivided Hof Lot 1.1, trllh Improvement!, dated April 7; con* eldorallbn, SCOO. Lot HI, In Amcsr'ctii' Block 11, Beoß3, SO, 14, dalofl ■Oct, 10,1872 {'cotißldoration, SIJOO. • Broad at, between Thirty-first at and Archer nv, w f, ,24 ft to alley, dated March 20; consideration, S7OO. Pacific av, 876 ft north of Polk nt, w f, 26 ft to alloy, dated April 4 ; consideration, $4,100. Kconon at, w of and near Ashland av, n f, 24 ft to alley, dated lilarch 7; consideration, $600,“ . • i , West Harrison nt, between Centro qv and - May at, n' 1 1 , Lot 10, dated Fob. It consideration, $1,776.' Wcnuon ct, between Elm and llobhio ala, w f, 20x100 ft, dated March 4; consideration, $4,000. Wabash av, a of and near Twenty-ninth at, w f. Six 102 ft. with improvements, dated March 6 ; considera tion. Sa, COO. • • - - 1 HohlUoPvßt, between North Franklin and Wells ats, n f, 80 10-100x6626-100 ft, with buildings, dated April 1; consideration, $2,160. , Park iw,'between Leavitt and Hoyno eta, nf,ooft to : alloy, dated March 8; conslderllon, $8,760. . Lot 26 in Walker’s Block .11 of 0 X See 81, 80,14, 'dated April 2; consideration, SI,OOO. «. ' Lots,24 and 25 la Block 4, CorslU’s Second-Addition, dated April 4 { consideration, $1,300, Thirty-second at, o of and near Vernon av, n f, Lot 1, . dated March 22 ;• consideration, $7,000. North Wood at, a of and near Ellon at, of, Lot 4, 1 dated April?; consideration, $825.' Fulton at, near n w cor of Paulina, s f, Lot 00, dated .April 5; consideration, SO,OOO, A ■ Lincoln at, 207# ft aof Hnrrlnon, of, 24x100 ft, dated ; March 13 p consideration. $1,200. - Vincennes av, hot Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth .ala, a f i 00x840 ft, dated March 10; consideration.. SO,OOO. ' 1 -Nora ar, 160 ft nof Btrsch at, wf, 20x120 ft, dated | April 7; consideration, $450. - Eat, .near n e corner of - Tucker at, a f. Lot 10, dated March 18 ( consideration, SO6O. Cornell at, w of and near Holt at, a f, 25 ft to alloy, :with Improvement*, dated Jan. 14: conkldcraUon. $3,000. 1 North LaSalle at, near McOapg place, ef, 25x127# ft, dated April 4; cooaUloratlou, $9,000. West Madison st, n f, 48x101 ft, in MoaebacVa Bubdl -1 vision In w#of nw # Boc 13,83, la, dated Fob. 28; iCODßldoraUon, $2,644. . . • ’ , Undivided.# of Lot 1, Inßlock 8, of Morgan’*. Sub ai\dßlou lti s 0 # of b'S # Sec 12, 59,13, dated March 7: consideration, $2,800. 1 .-The premises No. 442 West Chicago av. doted April !8; consideration; $4,500. i Calumet ov, 200 ft nof Twenty-third at, wf, 26x187' ;ft, dated March 18: conalderatlon, $8,135. Cornell at. near Chase st, nt, 28 ft to alloy, with I buildings, dated April 4; consfdoratfon, $3,000. Temple at, ■ of Chicago ar, wt, 24 ft to alley, dated 'Jan. 8; consideration, $1,060. . booth of omr limits. > Fifty-ninth *t, 100 ft In Pennington & Green’s part lOfLot?, Sec 10,88,14, dated April 2; consideration, $4,000. , Lot 35, in Block 0, of n .74 rods of n e # 800 4, 86,14, dated April 7 ; consideration, SBOO. Undivided K of Lot 11, In Block 37, in Theological Seminary Babul vision In Hyde Park, dated Oct. 3,1872; consideration, $9lO. , Block 7, In Phnra’a e#of sw # 800 12, 88,13, dated March 29; consideration. $12,000, Lot* 3 and 4, in Block is, some subdivision, dated April 1: consideration, S3OO. Xol ID, In Block 2, in Orooker’s ro-subdlvielon in a 0 X Bcc It. 88,14, dated April 1; consideration, $350. Lots 1 to 8, In Block I,'of Jennings’ Subdivision In o Xotr vr X Bee 10, 88,14, dated June 29,1872; consid eration, $30,060. : • COMMERCIAL. Monday Evening,’ April 7. . Tho following were tho reoeipts aud ehipmonts of the leading articles of produce In Chicago dur ing the post forty-eight hours, and for tho cor responding d&to ono year ago : RECEIPTS. SHIPMENT*. 1873. 3672. 1873. | 1872. ■Flour, brls 10,844 4,702, 0,3511 6,225 AVhwt, bu 17,872 2,050 44,324 8,052 ;Com, bu 87,080 60,9701 ...14,2081 81,022 :OatS, bu.... 22,610 10,420] 26,950] 82,634 Byo. bu.,.. 327 887- 3,000 1,090 Barley, bn 7,805 8,395 l 0,914 0,630 i Grass seed, lbs 42.995 78,8C0| 02,574] 335,473 Flax coed, iba 4,040 ! 42,855 ........ Broom com, lb 93,100 V,lßoi 17,220 1,435 1 Cured meat*,-lbs... 870,020 180,990 1283,707 1340,970 iSeef t br s 'iso ......... (Fork, brls sol 02 640 Lard, lbs.' 69,870 18,0201 85,292 164,704 Tallow, 1b5......... 69,780 10,480 41,418 Butter, 1b5......... 46,836 27,425 18,600 19,600 1 Dressedhogi,No., , 79 66 l ...’ ,Liv#hOßß, No 9,283 1,906 7,004 8,248 Cattle, No 467 401 1,604 • 977 1 Bheep,No 059 . 431 708 ' 693' {Hides, tbs 90,080 130,087 110,803 161,270 Illahwlnoa, brls..., 60 342 , , :311 208 .Wool, lbs 87,068 27,240 83,040 90,000 Potatoes, bu 8,693 7,876 2,837 ~' Lumber, M feet.... 885 1,033 1,002 1,180 Bhlnglee, M.., 1,120 1,680 1,195 , 1,210 Lath, M ,220 76 80 : 99 Balt, brls. 140 , 661 1,105 'Withdrawn from store on Saturday for city consumption ! 1,857 bu wheat j 1,157 buoom; bu’oata; 1,089 bu barley. Tho following grain has boon Inspected Into storp this morning, up to 10 o’clock: 23, cars |Whpat;.BG.oars com; 3 cars oats; I’par barley. .Total, 118 cars, or bu. . Tho now loepaotor of Groin was on’Change to-day. He assumed tho duties of the position theoretically this morning, and will ontor upon thorn practically to-morrow. In free oonyorsa-. iiou with several loading members, ho gavo re peated assurances that neither politics nor per sonal friendship should have' anything to do! With , his conduct in-office.* Ho bosmadono promises ; but it is understood that Hr. Parkor, a former incumbent of tbo office under tbo Board of Trade, will bo appointed as chief assistant, — a selection which would undoubtedly ho highly satisfactory to tho groat majority of tho mon who own tho groin in this city, or are agents for the owners thereof. The loading produce markets were rather loss active to-day, and wore chiefly' weather marketa. Grain was generally • strong early, as accuse quonoo of the storm, ond weak later,- when the heavens pho>yed ‘signs of .clearing up. Some of those who profess to know eay that the rain was just what was wanted by the formers, and will put thorn. in' good ' spirits by filling op their tanks, and fetching the frost out of ,tho ground, whllo it will not materially dolay operations in tho field. There Is little doubt that the past rain is a good thing, if wo do not hare too muoh of it in the future. Tho demand for dry goods was reasonably ac tive. and tho market remains firm at former quotations. Groceries woro more quiet, interior merchants ordering leas frooly. Prices wore firm, at Saturday’* range. In tho butter market there was fair activity so far as good to choice qualities were concerned, and former prices woro being realized. Ohooso was quiet and steady. The movement In canned goods was on a liberal scale, and tho morkot ruled firm. Fish, dried fruits, and tobacco mot with a fair demand. Hay was dull and weak. Hides wore steady. No change was noted in tho pig-iron, paints, col ors, and rag markets. Tho demand for oils was liberal, and prices were generally firm. Turpen tine was an exception, there being sellers at 1@ 2o decline from last week’s prices. Quotations woro li%o for carbon, 750 for extra lard, 880 for whale, and 70c for turpentine. Lumber and building materials woro in lair request at tho quoted prices. Metals and tin ners’ stock continue active and firm. Tho de mand for iron, steel, and nails is fair; nails aro quoted at 86.60 rates as a basis, iron at 4 6-10 @4 8-10 rates. All imported iron and steel is very firm, in sympathy with tho markets abroad. Naval stores aro meeting with an improved in quiry. Tho markets for wool, hops, and broom corn wore without tho slightest change. Tim othy seed mot with a moderate inquiry to-day, but other descriptions woro in light request. There was no variation in prices. Potatoes aro in good request for shipment, and choice poaoh blowa aro firm at 57@G00 on traok. Green fruits were in moderate local demand, at former prices. The scarcity ot poultry continues, and all good conditioned stock sold readily. The weather is rather warm for dressed poultry. Eggs were firmer, owing to light receipts. Highwinos wore quiet and steady at tho quota tions of two or throe days past, with so new fea tures to note. Solos woro reported of 160 brls at 8G Wo per gallon. Lako freights woro inactive, but quoted a shade firmer, at 160 bid for corn, and 100 for wheat, by sail to Buffalo, with nono offering. Bail freights aro firm at 050 per 100 lbs to Now York, and 700 to Boston. Through freights, by lako and rail, aro quoted 100 below these rates. Provisions woro quiet and again easier, partly In sympathy with a decline In live hogs, and par tially because many operators havo como to tho conclusion that the blowing and striking in which tho provision mouth-piooes havo indulged for several weeks past has accomplished about all it can do for tho present. There woro no buyers of any hut a few lots of pork and lard, and that at a decline of 100 per brl on pork ana per 100 lbs on lard, Bloats wore not want ed at any price near the figures asked by holders. Tho market closed at the following range of prices 1 Meia pork, cash or seller April, $16.00 @16.66; do seller May, $16.C0@16.76; do seller June, $16.00@15.05; do seller July, $10.16: primo moss, none here; old pork, $14.75 bid. Lard, cash, or seller April, €3.80(38.36: do seller May, $8.42>£@8.4a 5 do seltor Juno, SB.OO @8.06. Sweet pickled hams quoted at 11@ 12>£o. Dry salted moats quotable at G@oKo for shoulders ; 7%@7K0 for long clear; 7%@ 7Ko for short ribs ? and 6@B>£o for short clear. Boxed shoulders, English meats. 7>£@7&o for Cumberlands; B@BKo for snort ribs; B}{@B%o for short clear: 19}f(§>14%o tor longeul bams. Bacon is quoted at 7Ko for shoulders, Oo for clear ribs, UMo for THE CHICAGO DAILY ehort clear, and I8(5>16o for hams, all packed. Moss beef, ' $0.00®0,BO; exits 'moss do. $10.0Q@10.50;, hoof, .hams,- $28.00®29.D0, City tallbw, 7%@,7&0.;, grease quotable at 5% (fflC%o. • Bales -wore reported of 1,250 brla mesa pork at $16*60 ; CO brto do (country) at $15.00} 250 brie‘do, , buyer tho month, at $15.55 • 1,000 brls do,’seller May, at $16.70} 1:000 brla do at $15.06; 250 brla do at $16.G0; 750 brla do, seller Jnuo; at $10.06? 1,000 brla do at $10.00; oOObrto do at $16.00; 600 brla do, buyer Juno, at $10.16? 1.000 brls do at $10.10'; 1,000 tea lard, seller May, at $8.60; 500 tee do at $8.45; CO tea kottlod lard at $8.35 cnab; 100,000 U>r abort ribs, seller May, at'Bo; 200 tea sweet pickled bams, Bt. Louis euro (13K U.B), nt ll'jfo. Flour was dull and unchanged, in sympathy with reported inactivity in Now York. There was very little demand from any class of buyers, as shippers hold off under a suspension of or ders. Holders wore Arm at former quotations. • Bran was dull. Bales wore reported of 40 brla ;white winter extras at $10.00; 100 brio do (Sun flower) at $7.02)1 { 100 brla de on private terms: 60 brla spring extras at $0.60; 00 brla do at $0.25; 100 brls do at $0.00; 860 brls do on pri vate terms; 100 brls suporflnoa at $4.60; 25 brla rye at,54.30. Total. 02a brls. Also 10 tons bran at SIO.OO on track. Tho following was the ask lug range of prices at tho close: • > Fair to choice while winter extras, .....f 8.25 - @10,50 Bod winter extras 7,00 @ 8.60 Goodtocholcospringextras...... 6,75 @6.76 Low to medium 6.00 @6.76 Good to fancy.Minnesota 6.60 3 0.00 Spring suporflnes 8.00 @4.76 ‘Byo flour i .. 4,0q ' q 4.35 Bran 10.0U, @10.50 Mlddtlnaa.,... 10.00 @14.00 Wheat was leas active and averaged %ohigher, with a very irregular fooling, and not much dis position to takenold at the advance: especially after Now York was quoted weak. The lowering weather was the chief cause of tho Armor feel ing on the part of holders, which was aided by the fact that shipments are quite liberal. They exceeded tho receipts last ■ week, and, with the putgo for city consumption, caused a reduction of the amount in atora to the extent of 86,000 bn, while tho reduction of tm-day la 28,000 bu ad-' ditlonal. This is a cheering sign : it la undoubt edly duo to the fact that most of tho lake freight room Is chartered for - com,- and. shippers know ]that there will be little or no oompoimbiiby lake for several weeks after the opening of naviga tion. 1 Hence they aro shipping liberally to tho seaboard by rail. The lowor grades wore in free request to-day for shipment; but the busi ness was almost entirely speculative outside of that, and principally in r< big 1 chunks ’’ ; for May delivery, which changed bands early In the morn ing. Sollor May opened ot $1.20)/. advanced to $1.21, recoded to $1.20)/, rose to $1.21, * and closed at $1.20)/. Sollor Juno sold at $L22%(at 1 1.23, closing at $1.22%.- Better the month, or regular No. 2 spring, sold at .$1.16%@1.16%,: plosing. at the inside. ' Now. receipts of No. 2 closed tome, with $1.17% bid and sl.lß asked. No. 1 spring was nominal at 81.20@1.28. No. 3 do closed at $1.06%@1.08%, the inside for regu lar. Rejected do was in fair demand at. 03@040, according to date of receipts. Gosh sales were reported of 400 bu No. 2 spring (freah) at $1.10%; 7,600 bu do at $1.18; 10,000 bu regular ob $1.16%.; 85,000 bu do at SUO%; 20,000 bu do at $1.16%; 15,000 bu do at $1.10; 10,000 bu do ht.51.11%5.6,000 bu do at 51,15%; 8,000,bu do' at $1.16% 5 6,000 bu No'. 3 spring (fresh) at $1.08%; 400 bu do at 81.08; 12,400 bu regular at, $1.00%; 8,200 bu rojoctod spring at 04o: 800 ba de regular at 03c. Total, 130,800 bu. ' Cora -was less active,- and irregular, but averaged about %o higher than on Saturday, the conditions being much the same as in the',cane of wheat. Tho market was strengthened early by the foot of bad weather, and light receipts; but these failed to bring out buyers in force, and holdora wore at last forced to modify their views In order to effect sales. Tho trading was more for May delivery,than, recently, tho Juno option not being in so much favor with buyers.. Tho shipping demand was exceedingly light, and even the meagre offerings of. new receipts were only diaposoa of with difficulty. Regular ?No. 2 or sollor the mouth sold at 80%@30%e,- cloning at 80%@30%0. Seller May -sold at'-34%@84%0;‘ Boiler. Juno 0185%@33%0; Seller JuW ,at 88%(a) 88%0 ; and seller August was quoted at ,89%@ 69%0, all closing tamo at the inside. ‘ Receipts of No. 2 dated to-day were hold at 83%<g>S8%o, being worth %o more for carrying than receipts dated March 27. Cash sales were reported of 7,400 bu-No. 2 fresh at 83% c; 9,000 bu do at 83o: 16.000 bu regular at 80%o;80,600 budo at 30% c; 800 bu (I. Go rojooted at 20%0 ; 12,000 bu do at 28o; 1,200 bu by sample at 810 on track; Total; 82,600 bu. i Oats wore very quiet, at an advance of about %q, holders being firmer in . their views, on ac count of p reported stronger fooling in New York, while buyers wore not willing to follow them. A fpw. car loads of now receipts sold at 2GKc, and ouo or two sales woro mode for May: delivery at 28K®28j/o. That was-all. Belief tho month was nominal at 24@24#0; and seller Suno at 29K@29%c. Cash soles wore reported of 0,000 bu No. 2 froob at QCWoj 1,000 bu reject-. Ed (Neeley's) at 22%0; COO. bu by sample at 290; COO bu do at 280, both on track. Total, 0,000 bu.. 'Bye was very quiet, and unchanged. There was no apparent demand, but tbo,receipts have boon so light' for several' days past.that offer ings are scarce. Hence no change in quotations.' Bogolar No. 2 was nominal, at G2@G2Xc. Cash sales woro limited to 100 bu No 2, new receipts, at G4o. and 100 ba by sample at 600. Barley was very quiet, but a .shade firmer, owing to a paucity of offerings... Seller the month was inactive ; 75Vjc was bid/ and 770 the ■ nominal asking price. Gash sales were few at 77@790 for regular to fresh No. ifcand CQ)£ for No. 8. Cash sales.woro reported of .800: bu No. 2 fresh at 790; 1,600 bu do regular at 77c; 800 bu No. 8 fresh at GGj^o: 2,000 bu do at 660 ; 1,200 bu do regular at GIJhjO ; 1;600 bu re jected at 12c ; 100 bu by sample at,ooc ; 100 bu. do at 71c, on track: - 100 bu do at 70b, delivered. Total, 0,200 bu. TUODUCR STATISTICS. , The Now York Produce Exchange Weekly has tho following: The visible supply of grain, Including stocks Id* gpauory at the principal points of accumulation at lake and seaboard ports, in transit by rail, and frozen In on Hew York canals, was, March 20,1872: Wheat, Corn, Oatt, Barley, Initorea I bu. 6u. bU. f>u. Now York. 531,184 1,966,1W 743,558 106,798 Albany 55,400 3,000 11Q.C00 65,000 Buffalo 60,840 63,096 6L296 67,882 •CJbloflßO 2.656.D67 6,210,613 1,626,736 803,106 Milwaukee 2,130,41# 66,000 802,000 104,000 Duluth 77,015 i....... Toledo 631,669 018,476 176,469 10.603 Detroit 338.936 66,252 82,394 43.803 •Oiworo 75,000 60,000 1,000 40.000 BU Louis 890,705 - 455,236 140,103 4,235 Doaton. 6,330 102.170 150 007 43,519 Toronto 427, 032 600 . 8,733 66,971 Monfroa . .123,866 858,360 84,627 9,700 •Philadelphia 4D,00t) soo.ooq 85.000 85,000 •Baltimore 85,000 148,424 40.000 nallehipmonu.... 160.810 BU.WU 194,083 83.761 OaN.Y.rtmals ... 63,120 164,467 86,50U 76,138 Total~Mnr.29,’7B. 7,636.62311,160,249 4,036.700 1,040,715 Total—Blar.2l, '73. 7,418,589 Total—Mar.l6, ’7B. 7,856,829 11,72U.1D9 4,090.867 1.566.370 Total-Mar. 8, *73. 7,213,168 11,627,105 B,9ld!ssS 1 534.685 Total-Mar. 1. *73. 7,124,745 jl, 104,700 8,848 000 1 650 683 Total—Fob. 23,'73. 6,814,851 10.662,477 3,(1811310 1!639 883 Total—Mar. Bo, *72. 8.915,100 10,699.149 6,148,174 1,631,176 •Estimated. Foreign exports of breadstuffs from tho United State* to the united Kingdom of Orcat Britain and Iro> hind from Sept, 1: Flour, Wheat, Com, brio. bu, bu. Now York, to April 1.,. .277,620 7,359,347 10,403,600 New Orleans, to March 20 3,093 .... 355,043 Philadelphia, to March 29 1,300 249,355 1,483,371 Baltimore, to March 20.. 1,029 33,129 3,000,670 Boston, to March 29 34,187 120,728 406,944 Ban Francisco, March 21. 4,280 11,007,128 .. . Other ports to latest date 21,250 ' 111,770 .... Total, 1873-73 883,629 18,936,463 14,009,049 Total, 1871-73...........182,605 10.882,170 11,032,924 Total, 1870-71 765,088 12,725,294 1 241,707 Total, 1809-70 045,400 14,810,383 14 818 To tho Continent: Flour, Wheat, Corn, Rye, From hrl*. bu. b», bu New York, to April 1. 3,038 176,010 190,020 17,001 Other points to latest dates 3,700 47,652 Total, 1872-73 6,837 175,010 238,472 17.071 Total, 1871-72 8,0082,443,870 449,677 618,239 Total, 1870-71 .. 74,071 087,877 285,344 Total, IKtt'.MO 17,788 731,473 08,875 57.827 Blocks of Grain in fitoliin, Germany: • 1873. 1873. 1873. Jan. 31. Fob. 38. Deo. 31. Wheat, qrs 30,000 30,000 25.000 Barley, qrs 7,000 0,000 7,000 Rye, 06,000 66,000 80,000 O-lls, qrs 9,000 0,000 8 000 Peas, qrs 3,500 0,000 3,500 T0ta1...............114,600 108,000 122,600 Tho comparative stocks of flour and grain in Liver pool at tho undermentioned dates: April 1, April J, j an , i 1873. 1872. 1873 Flour, sl:s 86,000 00,000 23,300 Flour, krls.... 36,01)0 02,000 80,144 Wheat, qrs 337,000 360,000 381 370 Corn, ant 176,000 126,000 332,765 The Export Clearances for Europe from the ports of Now York, Boston, Montreal, Philadelphia, and Balti more, aggregated, woro for the undermentioned weeks as follows: Flour, Wheat, Com, Peat, brlfi. bu. bu. bu. Aprils. 1,300 .34,438 332,202 8,000 March 27 3,379 37,160 81,080 8 400 March 20 3,655 41,805 173,095 ..... March 13 6,200 09,874 268,891 6,007 4 weeks* 14,240 103,843 760,574 12,397 March 0 0,930 24,900 237,304 4,530 Fob. 27 Wtf JW,I«3 205,704 1,052 Feb. 20 8,025 44,174 132,071 Fob. 13 8,107 69,953 642,005 4 weeks 22.013 159,221 1,308,344 6,453 TRIBUNE: TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1873, ‘wool. -WnUor BfownA Bon, of Now York; write as, follows j ; 1 At the present lime Iho amount of stock for sale ex ceeds the requirement* of oouaumorfl for .tho number oCrunnlng cards, which, under the depressed condition of tho woolen goods trade, uu boon for several months . considerably reduced. By reference' to. published es timates of. the quantity of wool grown during tho past few years, respectively, It may bo readily seen that as soon as, from snyoanso, theories orwooVadvonoos to extreme figures, the culture of It Jo so stimulated, that only One or two.yoars are required to create an;excess. The I change is th 6 more rapid, because, while In the pasture tho flocks aretmlltfplying.intho mill the looms arc stopping and Almost before the fad Is suspected, there is a surplus the world oyer. Is not thin the present condition 7- Tho extreme rates of 1871 caused great Increase of flocks everywhere, in consequence of which tho amount of wool thrown upon tho markets In this country during 1879' was oome 34,000,000 of Sounds more than that received from every source uring 1871. In tho early part of 1873 the ofTootof this was materially fell, amf the-tendency towards a decline was soon fairly oslabllnod; Manufacturers wore - generally folly stocked, many of them having sent largo orders to foreign markets and wool.produc log countries, the proceeds of which are still arriving from Australia and -.London, whore largo quantities have been hold aud delivered aa required. Manufac turers who hate thus boon driven by high prices from tho mo of domestic fleeces to that of foreign wools, find tho latter so well adapted to their pur poses, that thoy wlUUiot change back until domestic wools 1 become cheaper than foreign, for tho reason that tho changing from one to tho other involves ox- Jionso. Thus much of the domestic wool which, at sir prices, wottld havo boon woven into cloth, Is still, In many instances, lying In tho bauds of farmers, who, .unwilling In tho season to accent tho high figures then prevailing, will now bo compelled to take much lower rates, If they soli at all. The protracted monetary stringency has not only promoted this decline, but has prevented tho reactions Which frequently occur during a general change of value, and, although such manufacturers as have stop ped work altogether, or la pari, will now. Wo trust, bo encouraged to start their machinery again, .with .fair S respects of remuneration, and thus create a more co vo business In tho raw material, yot, wo think 1( Is sound reasoning to conclude, that in a downward movement from so general a cause, considerably lower figures will bo reached before any permanent reaction can take place. Market rates may not .change-much for the next few weeks, or until wo approach tho new clip, but wo believe that Western holders of wool will Sain nothing} and inay sustain additional loss by hold )g longer than Is necessary to obtain tbo fair current market .value. Wo would advise prompt shipments and quick sales. LATEST. in tho oftomoon -wheat was active, and ad vanced H@%o, -.No. 2 spring was quiet at seller (ho month, ana sold at seller May, the latter closing at the inside. , Com was moderately active and %o higher. No. 2 sold at 80%0 solior tbo raontli, and 80%@80%0 seller Slay, the latter closing at the outside. Other grain and provisions wore quiet and unchanged. CHICAGO DAILY MARKET. Monday Evening, April 7. ALCOHOL-Was in moderate demand at $1,7301.70 for 04 per cent proof. I BROOM CORN—There was no change to note. The demand is moderate, and prloea are unchanged an fol lows : . No. 1 hurl,' 6@o%c per lb; No. 1 stock braid, 60 6?tfo; No, 3 do, 4®4)tfo: do, 303V0; inside green, B#o j do rod tip, 304o; do pale and rod, 2®2Wc. i BUTTER—Thero was no decided change in tho butter market,. The demand for good to choice quali ties was again in excess of the supply, and tho ad vanced quotations of lust week were readily attained. Low grades vrero inquired for to' some extent bn Eastern account, bub meet of , tho sales vroro to local retailers. Wo quote : Common to choice rolL 340330; strictly choice dairy, packed, 31038 c; medium to good, 350800; Inferior to common, 10®23c. ; BAGGlNG—A"liberal movoraontlu grain bags was noted, and prices wore steady and Arm. Other goods in the list ruled qntot and unchanged. Wo quote: Btark, 87c; Ludlow, 35c; Lewiston, 34#c; American, 82»<c; Amoskoag, - 82)Jo: Otter Crook, '34 c; burlap bags, 4 and 6 bu. 20@i2>tfo; gunnies, single, 17® 18„vjo; double. 290290; ‘woolsacks, 67tfc. . BEANS AND PEAS—Were In moderate request at the prices given below: Navies at 82.30@9.8»/; prime to choice, $5.10(32.25; fair to good, $1.C0®2,00: com mon- to‘medium, $1.0001,60. - Orcon peas, $1.40®1,C0 per bu; white d0,*81.25(31.60. BUILDING MATERIALS—Continue to mcot with a fair inquiry. Following aro the prices current: Stucco, 82.6002.70: New York stucco, casting 83.7004.00; su perfine do, 1 $8,6004.00; Bosohdale' cement, $3,260 8.50; Utica cement,: $3.00 .per brl; Louisville cemcnL s2.oo;,Akroncement,.s2.oo; marble duat,88.2503.60: lime In bulk, 90o@ll.00: lime (brls), $1.25 per brl; white sand, per brl, $2.7503,00; plastering hair, per bu, 40®B0o { Are brick, per 1.000, $40.00 090.00: building brick (common), 89.60010.00; sower brick, $13.00018.00; country brick, $10.00012.00, del/; Bt. Louis hydraullo pressed, $46.00, del. ; Milwaukee. $32.60, del.; Racine. $26.60, deb’; Hillsdale, $25.00, del;, fire,.clay, per. brl, $4.0006.00. Tho following is the list of i prices per box of CO feet for domestic window glass, from which a reduction of 46 and 6 per cent is made to dealers * nrU von OC9 qualttu. itrength. ...SC.tS $6.00 ~. 0.75 9.00 . .. .7.25 10.00 ... 8.00 12.00 ,6x 8(0 7l 9, !?xlOto Bxlo, !Bxll to 10x13. Bxl4 to 10x15, iui4 to jam 13x18 to 10x30 14x03 tn 18x23 to 18x30 20x28 to 34x30 .... 8.75 14.00 .... 0.25 IS.OO :;c:i!.88 : i§;88 ~..,. 13,00 21.00 aaxaato aixsa, 96x34 to 80x40 98x38 to 98x44 93x46 to 80x48 80x50 to 39x59 82x54 to 34x56....... 84x68 to94xGQ 86x00 to 40x60.. ■ CANNED GOODS AND PICKLES—The demand for canned goods continues ifood for the season, sad tbo piarkot exhibits a deddealy firm tone. - Trices under went no quotable change: • ! • 1 * CAMMED GOODS. Peaches,3Jb.„. $ 1.85(5 9.00 PeachM,Bß>.... . 2,85® 3.16 Pears, 91b 9.00® 9.95 Plums,damsons,9 lb. 2,00® 3.95 Green gages end egg, 9 lb 9.76® 3.95 Quinces,9lb.... 9.75® 3.00 Strawberries, 9 R> 9.50® 2.76 Raspberries 3.60® 9.76 Blackberries, 9 lb 2.00® 3.16 Goosebsrries,3 lb 3.25® 3.60 Tomatoes. 9 lb 2.1 R® 9.26 Tomatoes, 8 lb 9.60® 9.70 Corn, Elgin '9.83® 3.00 Corn, Benton Harbor 3.80® 9.00 Corn, Yarmouth ..... 3.00® 3.26 Peas, 2 lb, pod 8.16® 8.60 Peas,3lb, soaked 1.60® 1.70 Elmo.beans,9lb..... 9.60® 9.76 Succotash. 9 lb 2.60® 9.76 Lobster. 3 lb 8.40® 3.50 Lobster,! lb 9.40® 2.80 Oytors,! !b, full weight..... 1.20® 1.30 Oysters, 9 lbs, fall weight..... 2.20® 9.80 Oysters,.! tb, slack weight... I.oo® 1.10 Oysters, 2 tbs, slack weight I.Bo® 2.00 . noKUts. Small, brls, 2,200 per pkg ,$10.60®11.60 Small, X brls, 1,100 per pkg. 6.00® 0.50 Medium, brls, 1,200 per pkg. 8.60® 0.60 Medium, K brls, COOper pkg...... 6.25® 5.76 Largo, brls. 600 per pag 7.60® 8.60 Large, ye brls, 300 p0rpkg,..,,,. 4.75® 6.25 In 10 gall, kegs, per keg 3.75® 4.25 Zn.6 gall. kegs., per keg 9.76® 3,25 Obow Obow (Ilanror), qts... * 5.75® 6.25 Obow Obow.(Harrey);pts .3.00® 3.60 Obow Chow (O. k B.), qti 6.60® 7.00 Chow Obow (O. * B.), pis 8.76® 4.00 UAM.BBTnUr. . Pure, }i gall, cans, per doz $ 9.60®10.00 Pure, quart cans, per doz. .6.60® 0.00 Extra golden, H gall, cans, per doz 6.60® 7.00 Extra golden, quart cans, per quart 4.00® 4,25 CHEESE —Business was rather, quiet, tbo demand being cbloQy confined to small orders to meet imme diate wants. Prices were steady, as follows: Now York factory, 17®18o; .Ohio factory, 16®17o; Western factory, 16®17c. COAL—Tbo coal market was quiet and easy for bitu minous . varieties, but was firm for anthracite, .Wo drop our outside quotation on Erie and Briar Hill, as follows: Lohlgb, lump, $13.60(313.00; prepared, t!2.50®13.00; Lackawanna, 819,00:. Erie. $10.00: Briar Hill, $10*00; .Walnut HIU, slo.oo{.Bloaaburg, $10.00: Cherry Mine, $9.00; Hocking Valley, $9.00; Indiana cannei coal, $10,00: Indiana block,. $9.00; Kirkland grate. $9.00; Minonk. $8.00; Wilmington, (6.00. COOPERAGE—'Tbo inquiry continues .light at tbo following prices; Fork barrels, $1,16® 1,95; l*rd tierces, $1.50® 1.60; whisky barrels, $1.85®9.90; flour barrels, 60®650; pork slaves, rough, $17.00 ©18.00; do bucked or sawed. $90,00®23.00: tierce stnvoa, rough,sl9.oo®9l.oo; do bucked or sawed,s2s.oo @28.00; whisky staves, r0ugh,532,00025.00; do bucked, $38,00039.00; flour staves, $9.00®I1.00; circle flour beading, 7@Bo per set; flour hoop poles, $14.00®15.00 per m; pork end tierce poles, $30.00®35,00 per m. EGGS—The receipts wore moderate, this morning, probably owing to the bad roads in tbo country, anil a firmer feeling was developed in consequence. Beaters wore asking 16@160 for vases, and sales of loose pack ages were made at H®U>£o. Bales' include 93 cases atl6J4@loo; 20 brls, 46 case#, and 4,200 doz at 16c; 1,700 doz at 14®14X0. FEATHERS—The receipts oro very light, and prime live geese feathers are in request and firm. Wo quote: Prims live geese at 06®70ofrom first hands: jobbing prices, 79®780 for assorted featherss mixed feathers, ?ood grades, 46®680; common do, 95® 10a; chicken, ©So. FISH—A moderately largo order business wos done, and tbo purchases of local retailors, also, wore liberal. No changes woro noted in prices, tho fol lowing being current; No. 1 whltoflsh. « brl, $7.00: No. 3 do, $6.76; No. 1 shore mackerel. brl. $11.00011.26; No. 1 bay, $8.6008.78; No,3buy mackerel. X brL $7.0007,25; No. 1 shore kit 5,51.8601.90: bank codfliu, pe* 1 100 Iba, $8.0000,33; George's codflsh, $0.60 @6.76; Labrador herring, split, brls, $0.0009.60; do u brl, $1.7606.00; Labrador herring, round, brl, $8.00(4 8.60; do U brl, $4.25®1.60{ box herring, No. 1, 310 83o; box herring, sealed. 13®l6o: Columbia lUvor aalmon. half-br15.ti0.00010.35. FRUITS AND NUTS—Remain quiet without decided change in values. Raisins are firmer, in sympathy with the recent advance la New York. Wo quote; FonzwN —Dates, B«@0o; figs, drums, ll@Ho; figs, box, llw 0l6)fo ; Turkey prunes, lOOIOHOJ raisins, s3.sUul 2.60} Zanta currants, 808tfc. DoMßsxto—Aldeu ap ples, 16030 c; Michigan do, OtfQSo; Western do, 60 6)<c; Southern do, 4&06K0S peaches, pared, 1702Oo: poaches, halves, C®7o; do mixed, 4&063tf0; black

berries, 0tf@10o; raspberries, 30@Uo; pitted cher ries, 24025 c. Nuts—Filberts, 14016 c; almonds, Tet ragons, 21@220; Naples walnuts, 21®250; brazils. 13 ®iao: pecans, 11013Xo; African peanuts, OWQ7os Wilmington peanuts, 708 c; Touneasoe peanuts. 6{aoe! GAME—Was in large supply and dull. Prices are weak and lower, quotable at $1.7603.00 for mallard ducks, and 76c@|1.00 for small. Bales Include j 60 doz (drewjod) pigeons at $1.00; 170 doz do at 60o; 20 doz GREEN FRUITS—Wore In moderate demand at tbo prices given below: Apples, common to fair, $1.6003.00; .good to choice, -$3.5003,70 per brl. from store *, cranberries (cultivated) at SIO,OOO 13.00 per brl; common' do ,at' $5.0000.00; lem ons at $0.0007.00 ‘par box; Valencia !orangos, $10,00019.00 per case; do per box, $5.0005,60; Palermo do, per box, $3.0004,60; Messina do, $4,000 0.00. - Havana oranges, $13,00 per brl, GROCERIES—The market opens rather quiet this week, tbo falling off tho demand being attributed to the unsettled condition of country roads. Iu values no decided changes wore developed, the prices current at the close of last “week being fully sustained all around. Wo quote : i El-CUnn Soda—BoßX«. : . Coffers—Mocha, 30031 c; O. O. Java, 28029o; Java, No. 2.2602CX0; fancy Rio, 24X@24X0; choice do, 34094,V0; prime Rio, 23,'*®240; good do, 23kf 023<tfo; common d0,22022j<0; roasting do, Singapore, 29,X<S34 Jja ; Costa Zllca, fancy, 24X024*r0; do, prime, 34@24tf0; Maracaibo, Q3K023X0. Candles—Star, full weight, 20X0210 ; stcarlno, full weight, 15X01da; do abort weight, 14X016&. 1 Riox—Patua. 8X083,(0 ; Rangoon, 7X©Bo; Carolina. s©o3(oj Boulshmo, 7?foßXc. > StfOAits—Patent out loaf. 13X013X0; orushwl. pow dered, and granulated,-13H@l3Xo; A, ataadaru, Hx QllXo; do No. 3,11X011X0; B, 11X011X0 extra V. W{®nx&; O, No. 3, I 3OX@Ho; yellow O,IOXO lOHo; choice brown. 10X010X0; prime do, lOOIOX o; fair do, 0X@8Xo; choice molasses sugar,XoX@R>Xo; fair do, O@UXo; Now Orleans sugar, choice, 10X© lOXo; do prime, 0?i@10o ; do, fair, vXOOX o; com mon. 8X08Xc« bxnuFß—Diamond drips, $1.3601,40; silver ‘ drips extra flue, 72076 c; good sugar-house syrup, 45@480; extra do, BO036o; Now Orleans molasses, choice, 82 ®85o; do prime, 76080 c; do common, 85®70o; Porto Rico molasses, choice, 65®C60; common molasses, 83 @4oo. ■ Salkbatus—Common to host. o®loc, : Bfiors—Allspice, 17018 a; doves, 87@390; cassia, 88040 c; popper, 23X0240; nutmegs, $1.2501.00; ginger, pure, 38@30o; do No. 1, 200 250; do No. 3. JO , Soaps—French mottled, oX@o*{o; Gorman mot tled, T,XO7Xo; Golden West, 808X0; White Lily, «X@««o; White Rose, O,V©BXo; crown Windsor, 4XO*X°S palm, O0OXc; Savon Imperial, flX@ o X o - Staboii—Gloss, 0X©10c; coro,'OoUc; laundry, 00 To; common, BXOBo. • HAY—Business dull, with prices weak andunfloltlod, Thera Is some inquiry to moot tbo current wants of lo cal customers, but aside from this there is at present no considerable movement. Wo quote wholesale prices paid by dealers as follows—cars to contain 20,000 lbs: On Track— Timothy, boater pressed, ,$18,600 10.00 ; timothy, loose pressed, $14.60015.604 prairie, pressed; $0.00010.60, On Wacom— Timothy, loose, $13.60014.60 ; prairie, loose,'' $9.0000.60. For delivery of pressed, $1.0001.60. according to distance. HIDES—Tho hide market was quiet and steady at Saturday’s prices. 1 Following are tho quotations s Green butchers', 7o; green salted, cured, heavy, lie; do light, 12o; part cured, 10X@10Xo: groouoalf, 17o; green city veal kip, 28o; prune, 14e; dry IC© 17c; dry Up, 226: dry calf, 20c; dry flint, 10020 c; deacons, 60005 c; damaged, 8X08J(o; grubby, scored, Cut, or otherwise damaged, two-thirds pries; branded, to pot cent off. • i HONEY—Was quiet and unchanged. Wo continue to quota: - Oholco comb, 25@280; fair to goad, 200 2Co; strained and common, 12©160, 1 HOPS—Wore In light request. Stocks ore small, and tbo general feeling Is one of firmness. Wo repeat: Prime to choice Western at 40048 c; fair to good, 35 @S8o; common to medium, 25©300; Now York, 450 60o; English. 40050 a; Bavarian, 60055 c.. : IRON AND STEEL—Trade (a this department Is fair. Imported iron and steel, is firm. Wo continue to quote: • Iron ’. 4 6-10048-10 rates Horse-shoe iron 0 ©0 8-10 rates Plato Iron 7 0 74f rotes Russia Iron 200210 9lb Russia Iron, No. 1 stained.. 180 99 Norway nail r0d5...,......,,,..., 9 @loo 9Jb German plow steel ...........11 ®l2o 9Jb English cast plow steel 13 @l2Jtfo slb American tool stool rfjtf @ißo 91b Chrome tool steel; 18 @2u rates English tool steel 21 @22 rates English spring stool 11 LEATHER— I There was a liberal amount of trading in this department, and tho market exhibited a Arm tone. Wo repeat our quotations: Oily harness.... | so© 41 Oountryharness; ; • 36® 38 Lino, city, 91b 41® 43 Kip, 9 lb 60® 1.10 Kip, veals 86® 1.20 City upper. No. 1, 9ft 28® 80 City upper. No. 2, 9ft 25® 37 Country upper,No, 1 23® 37 Collar, 9ft 20® 23 Calf, city 1.20®1,40 Calf, country. 3.10® 3,36 Rough upper, light 83® 85 Rough upper, damaged 37® 30 Buffalo slaughter solo, best.. 86®' 37 Buffalo slaughter solo, No. 3, 33® 34 “D. A.” solo. 80® 83 Calf, 3.350 1.45 Kip, N0.% medium,,,,,,..;,. 850 3.10 Kip, No. 2, heavy 76® 80' Harness 40® 46 French calf, Jodot , 66.00000.00 French calf,Lcmoino 60.00080.00 French'calf, 34 to 20 lbs I,Bo© 2.60 French calf, 26 to 80 Jla 1.76® 3.35 French calf, 30 t036 1b5*......... 1.63® 3.20 French kin. 60 to 100 lbs I,lo® 1.65 LUMBER—Was In fair request. There was no quot able change la prices. Wo repeat: , First clear ;.. .$62.00®55.00 Second clear, 1 inch to 2 Inch 47.00060.00- Tbird clear, I inch..; 38.00040.00 Third clear, thick 46.00 Fine ana uucuua clear nuuruig, lugotner, rough 40.00042.00 First and second clear siding, together... 23.00@24.00 Common'aiding. 20.00021,00 Common flooring, dressed, first 36.00038.00 Common flooring; dressed, 5ec0nd........‘ 80.00033.00 Wagon-box boards, selected, 14 Inches and - 1 upward 87.00040.00 A stock ’boards 87.00040,00 B stock boards 28.00030.00 Common boards.. 16.00016.00' Joist, scantling, small timber, etc., 16 feet' and under 14.00016.60 Fencing .14.00016.00 Joist and scantling, 18 to 24 feet 10.00032.00 Pickets, square..... 16.00010.00 Pickets, flat 13.00014.00 Cedar posts, split 10.00@19.00 Cedar posts, round. 20.00022.00 Lath 3.76 Lath, on track 3.60 No. 1 sawed shingles 1.000 2.00 A or Star...’. ' 3.000 3.75 Shingles on track 9.25® 3,60 No. 1 sawed ’ 1.25® 1.60 : Three dollars per car to be added when transferred, which charge follows tho shingles. : Thickness—Five shingles to bo (wo Inches In thick ness. Length—Sixteen inches. HARDWOOD, Oak (dry) $20.00035.00 Black walnut 23.00080.00 Maple 14.00033.00 Ash (dry) '30.00@40.00 Butternut 25.00060.00 Countertops (select) I.oo® 1.60 Flooring, C-lu. grooved and matched..... @76.00 Axles 60® 76 Wagon poles (each) : 66® CO Hickory 60.00®76.00 Box boards 35.00040,00 Common 20.00@26.00 Clear. 30.00@40.00' Culls 13.00014.00 METALS AND TINNERS' STOCK—Dealers report a fair and satisfactory business, tho prices given below bring fully sustained. Wo quoto: Tin PLATE—IO, 10x14, $16.60; do, 12x12, $16.00; do, 14x20, $16.50; do, roofing, 10, $15.00. Pio Tin—Large. 420; small, 430 : bar, 440. Sheet Zing—Full casks, lie; naif casks, llj£o lljtfo; less quantity, lljtfc; slab, 9c. . Sheet Ison—No. 24, 6)fo rates, i Copper—Copper bottoms, 450180; brazters, over 13 lbs, 470 ; tluued copper, 43c. : Wire—2 to 6, 80; 6, 8, and 9,10 c; 10 to 11, Ho; 13, lltfc; 13 anti 14,12% 0; 16 and 10, 140 ; 17, 15c; 18, 16c; 19, 19c; 20, 20o; full bundle, 16 per cent dis count; fence wire, 7#o7Jfe. NAILS—Were In good request at the following range of prices: lOOQOd. per keg, $5.60 rates; 6d, do, $5.76; fld, do, $6.00; 4d, d 0,86.26 ; 3d, do, $7.00; 3d, do, fine, $8.60; 2d, do, $8.76; clinch, s7.B7>tf; off to tho trade. NAVAL STORES—Were in moderate demand. Wo quote: Manilla rope, 9lb $ 18 @ 19 Steal rope. 9lb 16 ® 17 Hemp sash cord,9 tb 20 @ 23 Marline, 91b 20 ® 22 Tarred rope, 9lb 16 @ 17 Oakum. 9 bale 6.00 00.50 Pitch, 9 brl. 6.00 @7.00 Tor. 9 brl 6.60 @O.OO OlLS—Turpentine was weak and lower, with which exception values wore without quotable change. Lard, linseed, and most other descriptions are firmly held. We now quoto : Carbon, 10)tfc; extra lard oil, 760; No. l.TOo; No. 2.606; linseed, raw,95@970; do boiled, $1.0001.02: whale, 8B0; sperm, $2.0002.10; neat-foot oil, strictly pure, sl.lOl do extra, 950; do No. 1, 8O0; bunk oil, 70o; straite, 750; elephant oil, 950: turpentlue, 70o; naphtha, 63 gravity, 2I022o; naphtha, common, 17018 c. VAINTS, COLORS, AND PUTTY—Tho Inquiry con tinues fairly active, and prices aro generally well bus toluod. Loads have recently advanced at the East, dry lead now being hold at $ll.OO in Now York. Tho fool in,l hero is stronger in sympathy. We quoto: WHITE LEAP. 15.00 20.00 10.00 28.00 18.00 : 20.00 .... 00.00 30.00 .... 45 00 Strict!? puro. Fancy brands Genuine Tcillo Montague, American Snow white Masury’s railroad colors 11.60 Palace car colors la cans 0,60010,60013.60 Roehello ochre 3,60(4 3.76 English Von. rod 4.000 1.26 English orange mineral 16,60010,00 Pittsburgh orange mineral 13.00 English red load 13.00 American rod lead 11.00011,60 English Vermillion, per lb 1.100 1.15 Scarlet Vermillion,,., 23.00 Paris white .... 1.00 Whiting 2.60 In bulk In bladders. PIG IRON—Under this head there were no now features to note. Prices remain firm as follows; Scotch (according to brand), Tuscarawas Massillon. Lake Superior C8.00@00.00 Chicago, stone coal 67.00 Missouri,stone coal D7.00@68.00 POULTRY—Tho offerings were very light, and choice lots sold readily at full prices. The inquiry is chiefly fur live poultry, as the weather Is too warm for dressed lots, some of which has arrived lu poor con dition.-Wo note sales of J6O lbs dreseod turkeys ut 15c; 400 lbs do at 16o; Odoz choice dressed chickens HEMLOCK. $11.50 0.00®10.60 11.60 U.cooi3.no 11.00 .$00.00007.00 . 00.00 at |4.GO; 18 don do at $4.00 ; 9 doz do at $3.75; 0 coops at $4.25 s'7 coops at $3.7604.00, ■ POTATOES—There la a good inquiry for shipment,* and choice Wcalcm poachblowa aro firm at 67000 c on track. The receipts are moderate. Wo note sates of 1 car oholce poochblows at OOo; 0 cars do at 68o; 1 oar do at 670, ait on track; 1 car at 630 s 1 car at Clo, both delivered. . SALT—There was no change. Tho demand was mod erate at tho prices given below: Onondaga and Sagi naw, fine, $3.25; ordinary coarse, $2.25; coarse Dia mond O, $3,40; ground solar, $3.60; dniry, without bags, $3.50; dairy, with bags, $4.2604.60; Ashton dairy, per sack. $5,00; ground alum, $2,2502,60; Turk’s Island, 12.00. BASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS—Tho demand con tinues to improve, tho quoted prices being adhered to: noons—votm panel. Thiexnett, Size, PrUe, 1 3-10 3x 6by6x 0 $3.50 1 3-Id 3z 8 by 5x 8 3.75 1 3-8 3x 0 byflxfl 2.75 1 3-8 3x Bby Ox 8 8.00 1 3-10 2xlo by oxlo 0.00 . noons—two panel. 1 3-10 2x ObyOt 0 3.25 1 3-10 2x Bbyflx 8 2.50 1 3-8 3x-0 by Ox 0 2.35 1 3-8 ax Bbvox R 3.00 OUTSIDE BLINDS. TMeknett. Size. Price. 19*10 Bxlo $1.75 1 9-10 oxl2 2.05 1 3-10 10x12 2.05 19*10 oxl4 2.35 13-10 10x15.'. 2.60 PLAIN RAIL BASIL Eizfifif Thick- Prtuper matt, nett, window. window. Bxlo 1 9-10 in 2x 8?/ by 3x9« 400 oxl2 IMO in 3x 7 by 4xo 670 oxl4 13-10 in 2x7 byßxQ 040 10x12 1 3-10 in 2xlo by 4xo 670 10x14 18-10 In 2xlo by 5x2 040 oxl4 13-8 in 3x7 by6x3 60c 10x14 18-8 in 2xlo bv 5x3 800 A discount of 16025 per cent Is made from tbo above Uut. SEEDS—Timothy was In moderate demand at $2.76 03.30 for common to choice seed. Choice was in light request at $4.0004.70 for ordinary and SO.OO for choice mammoth. Hungarian sold at SI.OO and $1.15; millet and flax wore quiet and unchanged. Wo note sales of 10 bags choice Hungarian at $3.30; 10 bags prime at $3.25; 0 bags at $3.20 ; 40-bags at $3.15; 40 bags at $3.10: 10 bags at $3.00 ; 80 bags at (2.80; 30 bags dark at $2.75; 8 bogs clover at $4.70; 15 bags, do at $4.00; 88 bags mammoth at $0.00; 60 bags Hungarian at $1.16; 20 baud fair do at SI.OO. 1 TEAS—Wo quote:’ Young Hyson common to fair, 60®C0o; do good, 05076 c; do cholco to extra flue, $1,0001.20; common to fine old Hyson, 7Oco $1.00; common Imperial, Co®osq; good to choice do, 80 011.10; floe to good gunpowder, 70c@|1.00; choice, $1.1601.20; extra, $1.3501,46; choice to extra loaf Japan. OOc0$l.OO; fair, to good do. 70080 c; com mon do, 430460; colored natural loaf Japan, 65095 c; common to lino Oolong, 85046o; good, CO07Oo; cholco to extra, OOcosl.OO. TOBACCO—Was quiet and Arm : Chewing—Fine Out—Extra, 7C085o; choice, 650 750; common, 65060 c; poor, 40050 c. Plug—Natural leaf, 76® BOo; half bright, 60070 c; black, sound, 48056 c, ! Smoking—Extra, 330360; medium, 80082 a; com mon stems, 27020 c. WOOD—Remains unchanged : Beech, $12.00; maple, $13.00; hickory, $14.00; slabs, $7.6008.00, delivered. WOOL—There was no visible change in the condition of this market. Small orders aro looelved occasionally from Western mills, but wHh this exception there was nothing doing, Prices aro weak ond Irregular, We quote: Tub, washed, extra medium 65061 c Tub, washed, fair to do 6l@6flc Common dingy... 46047 c Fleece, washed, XX, light 61063 c Fleece, wssned, X, ugnt 48060 c Fleece, washed, XX, dingy 40®440 Fleece, washed, X, dingy 40@440 Flooco, washed, medium 1ight.................,47060c Fleece, washed, medium dingy. 40045 c Flooco, unwashed, X&XX, in good condition...Uo@Bßo Flecco, unwashed, X&XX, dingy. 25029 c Fleece, unwashed, coarse to medium 32037 c Fleece, unwashed, coarse, and dingy 28031 c Super, pulled 420460 Extra, pu11ed.....' ...42®400 . Buriy wool 6®loo less. Bales include 700 lbs tub washed at 620; 200 fits washed flcoco at 400, 1 3-10. 1 3-10. 13-8, 1 8-8 , 1 3-10, 1 3-10. 1 3-10, 1 3-8 , 1 8-8 , CHICAGO LIVE-STOCK MARKET. Monday Evening, April 7. CATTLE—Received since Saturday 2,602 hood. The tone of advices from the East was such that shippers could not bo prevailed upon to invest except at prices so much below the views of the holders as to preclude the idea of active trading; hence comparatively few transfers were effected. Boring the forenoon little or 'nothing was ac complished In the way of sales,. most of tho day’s business being transacted after noon. Pri ces though without quotable change nominally lower, as has holders forced their stock upon tho market, they would bavo.beeu obliged to ac cept materially lower rates. The tendency at tho close was downward, as liberal receipts are anticipated for to-morrow, and the pens are al ready well filled with cattle, Wo give the fol lowing oa the closing QUOTATIONS, Extra—Graded steers averaging 1,400 lbs and upwards.... $0.25(30.60 Choice Beeves—Fine, fat, well formed 3 year to 6 . year old steers, averaging 1.300 to 2 'V~> ,U ‘* C.7o@fi.oo a.as<as.Bo Medium Grades—steers la f&lr flesh, aver- • - - aging 1.160 to 1,300 Iba Butchers* Stock—Common to fair steer*, ' and good to extra cows, for city slaughter, averaging 600 to 1,100 Iba 9.7604.79 Stock Cattle—Common cattle, in decent . flesh, averaging 700 to 1,060 lbs 3.6004.60 Inferior—Light. and thin cows, heifers, i slags, hulls, andscallawag steers,... 2.26@3.23 Cattle—Texas, Northern wintered 9,2604.00 Cattle—Corn-fed Texas 4,29(25.00 HOGS—Received since Saturday, 19,000. A reduction ol lo@2oopoclQo lbs \raft suffered in prices of tblsclaasof stock, 'the doollno being entirely duo to - the largely excessive supply. There was tho uanal attendance of buyers,, out none . seemed Inclined, to. invest unless at the above reduction, .and Boilers were forced to oon cede it. Thoro was no life in trade oven at the' relatively loir prices at which the stock was of torod/ and less than half the supply was dis poFol of. Quotations are nominal at $5.15@5.20 for poor to common ; at $5.25(3)5.30 for medi um, and at $5.35@5.45 for good to choice. The inquiry was mainly confined to the hotter grades,‘so that tho published sales do not fairly rotlect the market. noa fiAx.cs. |A'o, ' Av. Priet.. 1118 225 $5.27# 61 325 6.34 1 CO 203 6.27# 3 65 240 5.36 GO 217 6.25 153 155 6.25 CO 182 6.20 69 200 6.23 , 43 200 6.25 I ) 73 170 • 6.25 I 81 163 6.40 3 40 - 160 6.26 solved 200. Thoro ilted supply, and angod. Wo quote 1.26: medium at at $6.50@6.26. Ho. Av. Price . 50 009 $0.25 68 207 6.25 79 200 6.80 03 205 2.26 69 259 6.35 OS 202 6.2S 20 100 6.00 63 2CO , 6.30 110 181 6.05 68 200 6.30 70 IC7 6.80 82 201 6.10 SHEEP—Boot mand bat a liml nominally unobo mon at $3,75@4. good to oboico a MARINE. TOUT or CHICAGO. ARRIVED .■..'..April 7. Prop Charles lUclz. from Monistoo, 100 mft lumber, 310 m pcs lath. Prop Oconto, from Milwaukee, 3,200 hrls floor, 250 bxs meat, 13 bales race,.72 wheelbarrows. Schr Aroturus, from Milwaukee, 500 tons Iron ore. Bcow Granger, from St, Paul's Pier, 6 eda bark, CO m ft lumber. Prop Annie Laurie, from Ahnapeo, 2,SCO railroad Uoa, 038# za (A) shingles. Schr Evening Star, from Sheboygan, 2,000 telegraph poles, 927 poets. Boow Spray, from Baugaluck, 80 cds wood. i CLEARED. Bchr Hercules, for Charleston. light. Scbr Belaater, for Poutwator, light. Sloop D, M. Morton, for Racine, light. Prop Oconto, for Milwaukee, 275 pkgs load, 75 pkgs groceries, 85 boxes household goods, 0 brla ou, 1 brl whisky. Scbr B. B. King, for South Baron, light. Scow Granger, for Bt, Paul’s Pier, light, prop Auule Laurie, for Kewaunee, light. LAKE FHEIQUTB wore quloi at 180 for com to Buffalo. Tho Boboooor Hattie Howard (to arrive) was reported lor corn to Buffalo at 10c. ITEMS. Several of tbo vessels just arrived mot with immense masses of floating ico in tho lake, and wore delayed in consequence. Tho schooner Gamecock was in tho 100 sovoral hours, and tho tug Union was delayed about throo hours on ihoir way to Milwaukee. The propeller Ohaa. Bolts, arriving from Mauistoo yesterday, got fast in tbo ico on both. tbo outward and return trip, and wan in that condition about ton hours, off Bftoine, while coming up tbo lake. The small inaor lake at Manistoo shows no signs, as yet, of broaldng up, aud it is thought it will not bo open for throe weeks. Tbo schooner Sweepstakes has boon rebuilt at tbo Detroit Dry Dock Company’s yard at an ex pense amounting nearly to her original cost, and will once more bo a flrst-claas grain vessel. Tbo sohoonor Xsbpenning is to have some altera tions made to hor aft. and about fifty tons will bo added to her carrying capacity, Tbo propel ler Alleghany baa boon converted into a steam barge at Algonao. All UOr upper cabin work has boon removed. Bho registers 6811 tons, old meas urement. The bargo Seminole has also boon re built, and will continue as a tow-borgo in tbo lumber trade, , Tho Detroit Tribune, April C, soys: Tho tugo employed in tho transfer of vessels through tho lakes and rivers will not vary this year hi num bers from last season, except tho addition of two now ones. A mooting of tug-owuors is called on Monday to fix the card rates for. tho season, which will doubtless bo slightly increased. Tho ico Is moving out of Lake Ht. Clair, ond tbo ico at Port au Polio passage la roportod to do breaking up, Tho lighthotißO-koopcr at tho luvor Tbamoa has given notice that at tho River Thamoo a now range lighthouse boa boon erect ed, tbo low, rod building having boon replaced by & higher building, pointed white, and having an elevation of 21 loot above tho surface of tho water, in which a bright light will bo deployed until further orders from the Department of Marino and rishorlon. VEHSEIi BAT.BS. A two-thirds interest In tho schooner Lon Higby has boon sold by Barney Eaton, of Oak Crook, to Messrs. Sanger and Johnson, tanners, for tbo sum of SI,BOO. . ’ Tl»o solo of tho steamer Reindeer to parties in *olodo has boon concluded. Messrs. R. 0. Sweet ana R, J. Wallace being (ho purchasers. Tho price paid was $22,000. •n I} 10 i u & A* Ballontino has boon sold by Dalmntlno & Op. to JobnSulllvau and 8, Carrey, of Detroit. The price is stated to bo SO,OOO, She was built at Saginaw, and is comparatively now. J The schooner Maid of tho Mist has boon sold £7 r odll. Blood to M. 6. Sago and Henry Da vis, of Toledo, for $4,500. Tho Detroit Free Press says: “Tho North western Transportation Company aro having built at Trenton a propeller to bo called th* Anmon, for freight service on tho lakes, which, it is believed, will bo tbo largest vessel on tbo lakes. Tho dimensions aro 225 foot keel, 140 foot over all, 40 foot breadth of beam, and 20 foot depth of hold. She is to bo finished off with two docks and four masts, and will ho furnished with two compound engines, from tho works of Cuyahoga Furnace Company, Cleveland. A. A. Turner is tho builder, and E. M. Book has tho general supervision of the work. She is to bo ready Juno 1.” Sclicnclc’s Pulmonic Candy Embrace, In a moat iloimo all tboprlnolplo. of Sobonok’i c nn iV " hl ? Ra Plcrapt to tbo pnlato a. the norostof confections, Its medicinal proportion render It oiiootnal in coughs, colds, bronchial and catarrhal af fections, Ao. It la tho most acceptable remedy for child ren or Infanta, and can bo given »«h impunity; while for KfS"uTf,,%;s;a° r ■»“” fto” •»« »i a J° b"t up In 26 cent boxes, convenient for the polecat, and aro for sale by all druggists and deal ° K w ; Avn . v a, d‘H*SOIIKNOK A SON, . _ w._K. cnrnerßbtthand Arch-sts.. Plilladolphla. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. AMAL AD DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Wintor Arrangement. Explanation or Reference Marks.—f Saturday**. chicaqo & Alton railroad. Chicago, Alton ifc St. Louie Through Une, uni , \ilo.) r>ero thorl routefrom Chicagolo Kamael . Depot. Weil Side, near Maditon-et. bridge. St. Louis 4 Springfield Express. via Alain Lino. Kansas City Fast Express, via i Jacksonville, 111., and Loulsi- Wonona, Laoon, Waa£iingto*a' Ex'. ' proas (Western Division.). Joliet A Dwight Aconmo’datlon, St. Louis 4 Sprlngllald Lightning ‘ Express, via Main Line, andalso via Jacksonville* Division..,,... Kansas City Express, via Jack sonvUlo, 111., <kLouisiana, Mo.. J oßerioti City Erpress...., Peoria, Keokuk 4 Durl’n fax .UDally, via Main Lino, and dall Jacksonville Division. it Dully, v except Monday, via Jacksonville! l CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & Si Unfon Depot, earner ifadieon and ' 87 Weet SSaiUeon-tt. an Leave, J Arrive, Milwaukee, St, Paul A Minneap olis Day Express * fl;00a. m. i7;3oa. m. Milwaukee * Pralrii du Ohlon ..Malland Express *4:80?, m. *ll:3da. m. Milwaukee, Bt, Paul A Minneap olis Jffgbt .Express ffliOOp. m. *6:oop. m. CHICAGO. BURLINGTON & OUINCV RAILROAD. Depole—lhot r\f Lake-el. , /ndfana-ae., and tfixteenth-ct,, and Canal and Slxteenth-iU. Ticket qjlce in Bridge Jlouts and at depolt Leave, Arrive, a Mall and Express * 7:1.1 a. to. * 4.15 p. ra. Dubuque and Sioux City Exp.... * 9:10 a. m. * 3:10 p. mj Pacific Fast Lino *10:00 a. m. * 8:16 p. m. Galesburg Passenger • 8:16 p. m. * 8:00 p. raj Mondotn A Ottawa Passenger... • 4£2 op. m. • 9:60 a. m> Aurora Passenger * 1:40 p. in. * 8:16 a. ra. Aurora Passenger * 6:30 p. m. * 8:65 a. ra. Aurora Passenger (Sunday) 1.03 p.m. -9:55 a. u| Dubuque A Kloar City Exp f 0 :G0 p. ra. 17 ;00 a. ra. Paclflo Night Express... HltUOp. m. i 6:00 a. raj Downer's (>rovo AccommmlMlnn *11:00 a. m. * 5:60 p. Hi. Downer's Grove A«uemraouatioa «.*lap. ra. *7:10 8. ttw 0..w..-.~.jMw«torPasßongor.. 7:45 a.m. B:oop.nw ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. Depot .foot (\f La!ie*il, and foci, of Tuentu-eeeomLtt, TUktt <UT/ ce, 75 Canal-tt,, corner-qf jifadtion. 4.80(35.10 Bt. Louis Express/......... St. Louis Fast Lino CalroMal),. Cairo Express, Springfield Express.. Sprlnglleld Express.. Dubuque A Sioux Olty Ex Dubuque A Sioux City Ex 'Oilman Passenger lydo Parkand Oak Woods Ijdo Park and Oak W00d5..*..... lyde Park and Oak Woods lyde Park and Oak Woods lyde Park and Oak Woods lyde Park and Oak Woods lydo Park and Oak W00d5....... lyde Park aud Oak Woods lyde Park and Oak W00d5....... **On Saturdays this train will bo run to Ohai CHICAGO, INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI LINE. VIA KANKAKEE ROUTE. £Votn Mt Great Central Jtailroad Depot, fool For through ttekele and tteeping-car btrfht opj office, 75 Canal-el,, corner i/hrffion; 120 Wa. iremont llauee, corner Congrm-et. and ASichiac fool pf Ticentu-tecond'tl. Leave Chicago Arrive at Indianapolis Arrive at Cincinnati Xo, Av % Price. 43 ITS $5.40 US 223 6.30 172 221 6.25 60 331 5.30 65 221 6.25 67 207 6,35 68 173 6.30 01 201 6.30 183 210 6.30 02 202 6.25 127 161 6.25 Only line running Saturday nigh Pullman elcopora on night tratm CHICAGO & NORTHWEST! Ticket office, 81 Weit i Pacific Fast Line. Dubuque Day Rx. via Clinton... g&cific Night Kxpros*.... abuque Night Ex. via Clinton. Freeport A Dubuque Express.... Freeport A Dubuque Express.... Milwaukee Mall -was a fair de* prices remain to poor to com -51.50@5.25, and Milwaukee Exprow Milwaukee Passenger Milwaukee Passenger (dally).. Green Bar Express..... St. Pant Express Green Bar Express St. Paul Express CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAI Depot, comer of llarriton and Shennan-tie, 1 8d IF«< Jfodßon.it. Omaha.Leavonw'thAAtohUonEx *10:00 a. m. Peru Accommodation.. .1* 6:00 p. m. Night Express If 10:00 p. in. LAKE SHORE & MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RAILROAD. Depot, comer Darrltan and Shermauate, Ticket ofieee, northwest corner Clark and /I'andoipft-sf*., and eouthieeet comer Canal and Mail, via Air Line and Main Lino * Special New York Express, via jUr Lino • Atlantic JSxpms, via Air Lino.. Night Express, via Main Hue.... *1 Elkhart Accommodation * CHICAGO. DANVILLE & VINCENNES RAILROAD. Faitengtr Depot at P., C, &SI, Louie Depot, comero/ o<s nafanr/ Kinxie-th, Ffeipht and Ticket office 168 Wathing-ton-tl. Mall *7 :40 a. m. • 1 :40 p. m. Evansville A Torre Haute Kg.... * 7;UOp. m» t 7 a. m. PITTSBURGH. FORi WAYNE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. Day Express.. ♦.«■ I'aoJflo Express... .. Fast Uno Mali •••• Valparaiso Accommodation... MICHIGAN CENTRAL S GREAT « Depot, foot 0/ ZakfJ* • and fo * iiektt oUlee, 7t> ChaaM., eoi Mall (yla main and sir lino) I»ay fttproaa Jaoluou Accommodation Atlantia Uspreay Night Kxproaa INUUWAI'OUB VIA i'EJJU ItOAD. i1a11.... Night Uxprwa: GIUND lIAI'IDB AMU PIiNXWATEU. Rlurtili : Kapr0n5........ Night Itipreaa . FAIRBANKS’ iTT| BTANDAUU (L SCALES fJkU-. .a J OF ALL BIKES. /yTRTtAJJKB.MOXtBS &GO u WKBT WASUINGTON-ST. NOTICES. if LouMana Tity* Union Leave. Arrive. * 0:16 a. m. * 8:10 p. m. •9:16 a. m. * 8:l0p. m. • 4:lflp. m. •'4:10 p. m. * f:l0p. m, * 9:40 a. m. T9:00 p. a. 719:00 p. m, lifljWp, m. • 9:00 r. m. U7;Sop.a* t!7:3oa, m. n7;Boa. m. *8:10 p. ra. ilurdny, vl% 9, and dally. Ily except 8a via Main Lira Division, JULWAV. Ticket Offle* PAUL R/ CanaUeU,, id at Depot, Arrive, Leave. • 7:80 a. m. t«:!sp. m. • 7:80 a. in. tß:l6p. m. 4 7 a. m. 18:16 p. m. • 9:15 a. m. t 9:IHlp. m. • P:lsp. m. • 8:10 a. m. • 7:10 a. m. 5 S;00 a. in. (13:10 p. m. 1 8:00 p. m. • 4:30 p. m. • 6:16 p. m. • 6:10 p. m. *U;QOp. to. * 9:00 p. m* * 7:55 a. nu * 9:00 p. nw * 7:66 a. uw * 9:00 p. a* * 7:65 a. ». * 2roop. m. * 7:00 a. m. * 8:00 a. n. * 8:48 a. m. * 7:4R a. m. * 8:40*. m. * 9:00 a. m. 410:80 a. m. I J:4sp. m 4 5 6:20 p. m. * 6:66 p. m. * 7:35 p. to. impalgn. THROUGH I of Idke.ti. pply at Tiekti athinglon*tl.} lan-av,; alto .1* 0:00 a. m.l - 8:00 p. m. . • 4:20 p. m.l * B:Ma. ra. ■l* 9:30 p. m.W 0:15 a. m. ht train to Cincinnati, FERN RAILROAD. iladiton^t. Arrive. *10:15 a. m. 10:15 a. m. tl0:16p. m. 10:16 p. m. * 9:15 a. m. * 9:15 p. m. * 8:00 a. m. * 9:30 a. m. * 6:00 p. m. {11:00 p. m. 9:40 a. m, *10:10 a. m. * 9:00p, m. t9:30 p. m. • 3:45 p, m. 8:45 p. m. 16:30 a. m. 6£o a. m. • 3:00p, m. • 7:00 a, m. *10:16 a. m» • 4:00 p. m. • 7:40 p. m. 5 6:00 a, m. • 7:16 p. m. 6.00 p, m« • 6:20 a. m. t6;6on. m. ILROAD. Vieket office, Arrive, Leave, 4:00p, m. »;Toa. to. 7:00 a. in. Arrive. 6:10 a. m. * 9:20 p. m. ' 8:00 p. tn. 8:00 a. m. *10:3) a. m. ■10:10 a. m. • 9:00 a. m. • 0:15 p, m. •fflsOOp.m. • 8:40 p. m. *1 Arrive. Arrite. Leave. 7:30 p, ra. 8:30 8. m. •8:00 a. m. 6:10 p. m. 8:60 a. m. * DjOO a. tn. (ftilOp. m. t*»:00p. m. * 4:66 a. m. * 8:40 p. m. RAILROADS •ntU'tccond‘ii ((ion. WESTERN 'oot q f Tic<», imer q/ Jl/adf Arrive. Z.411C0, * B:30a u. * l):00a. in. 4 8:35 p, ni. & fi:lß p. in, m. * 6:30 a. in. ■fclslo p. m. P,ooa, ro. t9:10 p. in. » 8:4 I» p. m. * 8:00p, ra. 410:20 a. m. fi 0:00 a. m. |*6:Soa. m. *8:45 p. in. •6:30 am. 8:00 p. m. *6:00 a. to. lIENUY 0. WENTWORTH. Oanoral Poaomw Agent. SOALSS.