Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune, June 5, 1873, Page 6

Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune dated June 5, 1873 Page 6
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MONETARY. few- _ Wednesday EVEN'nio/Juho't.' xho pmnoy markets, both local and general, con tinue easy, aud present ho features worthy of. special Dollco. Most of> Iho banka would bo glad to increase Choir time loans at 10 per cent, and in somo Instances aro offering money ou, call at a .por cent.. NolwJth- I atandlng the largo volume of products going East, tho . ddmand fop Now York exchange Is,active, probably being- tho deslro of the banks to hioreaso Choir Now York balanced for tho sako of (ho Interest al lowed on ourrint oocpuuls there. Sales of Now York funds wore rhado botwoon banka to-day at par. j XU* EXTENSION Of TUB -NADIIOW-OAUOB XU ILLINOIS AND TUB (SOUTHWEST. \ , 1 * Tbo extension of tho narrow-gaago railroad in nearly . all parts of .tho United States, but particularly In tho ■ Wost abdln tbofar Wesloru Territories, affofds-tho prospect that,, before , long, thoro will bo a now factor In tbo railroad problem Chat now disturbs tho country.' There aro now flftoon narrow-gauge railroads la tho United States, with on aggregate mileage of 700 miles; In operation, Bdarly. all of which has boon Imlil tho last cJgiacou months. This, 0/ course, whou compared with (ho Increase of the 1 feet BJs* Inch gauge constructed lu the same time, but 11-must bo remembered the narrow-gauge iiyalcm has just boon i Inaugurated, and ban had much prejudice and opjtonl v “on from the advocatoo of tho wider gauge to contend • with. But the growth- In favor of tho new la shown by tho fact (lint there are now 13.000 miles of narrow-gauge projected and build ing In the. United Staten, A groat majority of tine mileage la In tho Went, and more than onc-lmlf of the opw lines projected and In program . are . west of tho .6uto of Illinois. Tho oxlouslon of the narrow-gauges to mora rapid In Kansas and Colorado than lu any ; • the cheapness of their construction nini lag them more popular In Iho now and sparsely not tlod par la of tbo couulry. But to Login with our own State; wo Amino less than four hues cltlior projected op In proarcsa in Illinois, • The Cairo it Sl.LoiUs Iload la to bo 180 miles long, Of Which eovonty miles aro in operation from near Cairo r HorUiwoatuTiPd toward St. Louis. Tho grading on tlio whole Uno has been completed, except through two tunnels, which will bo completed within tho next three mouths. -The Iron for the whole road has bcch . purchased, tmd tho ontlro tine will ho complolod and lu operation before fall. Tbo contract for tho cou alrucllon of tho Hue, Including the equipment of roll ing Block, was taken by Messrs. E. 3?. Canda 4 Co., of Chicago, who have established works In this city for I the construction of unrrow-gougo cars. Their contract for tho ontlro coat of both road and rolling-stock amounts to $17,600 per mile, Tho route on which thla road la being built was thought almost Impracticable for a 4-foot Stf-lnch gauge road, or at least too exuon elvo to Justify tho building of one. a The Chicago, Millington 4 Western Is a projected lino from Chicago to Princeton, 120 miles, and eventu ally west to Muscatine on tho Mlaalsßippl lllvcr. I 1 , 0” xl ho E“plaiues Hirer, at a point near Hiver- Blt bV tb° Uno has boon surveyed to Princeton, •mi tho extension Uuo Is soon to bo surveyed from Princeton through Neponeot, Cambridge. Andover, end thenco direct to tho Mississippi River opposite Muscatine. The estimated coat of tho Uno including roUlng-atock Is from SIO,OOO tosM,ooo per mile, though mUB t added tho cost of getting into this city. The Chicago, Homer & Southern and the Danville Olnoy 4 Ohio Roads ore tho two divisions of a projecl od continuous narrow-gaugo Uno from Chicago to tho Ohio River opposite Paducah. South of Gilman, 11U nois. the Uno will be east of that of tho lUlnola Contra! North of Gliman, tho Uno wIU bo .west of the HUnota Central, aud make something of a circuit to tho west. 5® t °, c ? l P o -Into U»o city somewhere through tho west Division, As soon as an arrangement con bo made for depot privileges and an entrance to tho City this road wIU bo In progress, J Tho Galena & Southern Wlaconaln Bead, from Galena through Platvlllo, IVIa., oml thence to Boecohel ° r hM 301111108 eroded and irlU probably bo • built within a year. * • • 1 n T {i cro ?J flo B projected narrow-gaugo road from - S*#? through Princeton. Amboy, and Rockford in this State, ana to bo oxtemlod to Pxmd'du Lao with a branch to MUwaukco. Tho survey of thla w«U probably bo mndo lu a week or two. In lowa there la a much greater mileage of narrow gauge roads projected than In Illinois. «^Z. B .. low *. K HiS ni , ißollno from McGregor now Jh v operation to Elkader, -20 miles, and Is rapidly being ' ©*‘ c ndlng«outhwcstward toward its tormina! point at Omaha,. -By a branch of this line it-Is also proposed a I. l * l ® McGregor to Kansas City. Of this a iiu r iV n miles aro under contract, - frS^! 180 */, 1 ? 0 $ No fthw*alom i H a u no j n progress ■ Of-, this road twelve miles from Musca tine northward aro graded. . , JJS?’ ’ Narrow Gauge' of 'lowa Is a line of which tho western terminus is at lowa. ITolla Tho CMtorn terminal will bo at ollhcr Davenport or Mun. raUno, .though thl, point h«> not boon definitely eel- Tl *o Uuo, howovor, 1, definitely cottlod from Tipton through tho Counties of Bouton, Tama, aud Marshall to lowa Falls, ' 7 ; A Narrow-Gauge Construction Company has been formed lu Des Moines, lowa, with tho view of con atruettng a net-work of roads from that point to aU parts of tho Stato, Fourteen miles of grading has been 2,°“° J» a narrow-gauge Uno from . Dos Moines to Sioux City, and $200,000 of old has been raised along tho line. Considerable old has also boon voted along tho lino of a proponed road from Dos Moines south ward through Knoxville and Alba, toward St. Louis. Another of the proposed DcsMolucs narrow-gauge roads la directly north to Amos, on tho Chicago 4 Northwestern Railroad. * B * * t “ r T ro "-eau S o Bd'i, from Musoatlno southwest wortV» i? connect thonarrow-gauges of lI tS%SS 1 *»°£ f 8 alflo being talked of. operation, from Leavenworth to Holton, and tho 52??* t)cen raised by the Bale of bonds to Hnillnn olo^? 200 1111168 farther, to tho t? lo w°S Itlvor, and tho lino will un doubtedly bo extended; Boon to Denver i'Sad° wVM I M C i? nn i e^ wi n ll ! h ® Dciivw & nio Grande haa 100 “Uea In operation—and also with HSSKi I th ?!; narr °w*gaugo road« which are being cou •S22ASa a . niouatataou - partaof Colorado, With "Boyor for their common centre. 1 d2midhs^- C i£* c, l y °. f the narrow-gauge roads la i oiumca by.the advocates to bo much (treater in nro* fiS l^#! 0 t ?^ Coßt of tho r° a d and Btock £an S sau ßo. The actual expense Srnhlv.V 81,0rta 1 ! on ?, a tbom Per ton per mile la also fhn nt,i £/? Uch Bmal,or » 88 ia shown by tho failure of wldo-gnugo tQ comiHito wntli tho4foots# inch JSS “ffiS transported over a narrow-gauge road In o year as fect Incll B® u fie to the oxtremo cheapness of tho coat of narrow-gaugo roads & ft & VOr ’ featuro ot tbd?!»pu”i?ty! The Instance of tho Cairo & St, Louis Koad. built at 1 Md pcr mll ° for both rood n ? b loo^, through a country where an ordinary I fS2?oMim tuP* bav ? Coßk S 6o *™® per uillo, gives au who hfv!! < V fffl , r f llce 111 coat - Practical contractor?, • that h tn « h « n ( WiUo in the matter, estimate a road nr fiat country like that around' Chicago, siS t si^ 00t would not cost over jr; 6 ® 0 - #° *i®°° P° p Ohio, Including a fair couln- I tho avorLo U » B '5 l0 « k :i 16 18 WeU understood mat M®Ira£® 1 ra £® ¥2L°£ aU tbo Present railroads In the West la about $35,000 per mile, though It la of coiimo Sfi?h* C fh t0 ° d>that at leMt * 16 .°00 per mile of ttllsli nirrnu^mn 9 niauagors of tho enterprise. If tho cheap narrow-gauge roads can bo built In the West without I of lho“oE'm?| h n <*“»<*“<«■> tho construction Hiinnid roatl , 8 ' 800U18 uo -reason why they “SFVn kb ? oß Picutlfulas turnpikes. 9 9 I The following is a partial statement of the Itnan nf I narrow-gauge road In the United SSeaandoSSfd? iKldluS.fSthi Ii “i r i lly lu or under contract’ In addition to thla list, prepared by mV q w j« e v. nn . Secretary of the Chicago; MlUlngS & w«tsrn wnl RLatM^n n t hm ot 133 organizations In tho United Btatee to build as many difforent narrow-gauge road^ A’ctno q/road. Arkansas Central,.. Confiiany i :: California Contra!,. I Ceredo (West Va.) Cairo & St. Louis * Denver & JUo Qraudo (Colorado)’’’!*!; Government of Waco EJwurdt latl and (gauge, 3 ft. 6 In) Oftleua Si Southern Wisconsin,.. **“ lo«a°l?,.*cm'?.“^. U .; N . o'‘ 0 '‘ SoolU ‘>’- Kansas Central*. V.*.*.’.*,!.*”* Lancaster St Heading*****’** Creek* *fc WesU ' McGregor i* South western*. * * * Mineral Kang# (Michigan) Muscatine St Northwestern North St South, of Georgia *' ' North Taclflo Coaut (CallfornlnV! Pwchbollom Hallway, York to 6V- ’ ralnsvlllo & Youngstown '(Ohio)*.! ’* * ' Pittsburgh U Castle Shannon (coml pieced) ' BaJt Lake, Sevier Valley it* 'pJoclio ‘ (work In progress) Hlpley Hallway (Mississippi) ’** ‘ Stockton k lone (California).... Summit County (Utah).....,, South Branch (West Va.) **** St. Loula County * ' St, Louis St Western (work ' gross) ♦ St. Louis St Kicnlln avenue (work hi ’ progress) ' Toronto, Grey ft Bruce, Canada * „(gauge3ft6 In) .7..7. i Canada, (gauge Utah Nortnera!!7**|! , ****** , * , *“ Utah, Idaho & Montana.. * Utah Southern.,.,,,,, ••••••••••.. . Vicksburg k Nashville’.! pitySiNo/thwoVtl • em—(to Bt, Loula) Washington, Cincinnati It Bt.*LoulV.‘. I! - r _ . _ ApBTBUN ODHHEMOT, of one and Are krentrera, and njckd “lna ono ISd M krontzen, furniah the email ckango. EverJSdna oJbo ia Irredeemable paper money leaned b/toeonuft national bank, and very ababby paper money awkward abapo and poor mateSaU Gol.lanOalfvor »ro ftrtiolau of marcbaadia© ua wltb ua. und tbe wlco I -i . 10 ,“ n4, J F i u , u '. uu “»mo jiourflo, tlio rtmoo of va rlatlon boino much Inis, however, than onourOoldEt clmngo. Tlio Austrian colon, except Bitch m are locked tip In (bo hanks, havocncapediulo Germany and oilier Bjittlc-payluff countries. where they are 1 srmt annoyance. Just ah the Spanish and English shlffS I w BC< l ,0 Unllcd Slates In the Rood old darn nf hard money. It will ho somewhat aßßraTallnff thA th ? of pnsta # it MAP. I Sl£ ?^ oim h ?. w4 a Colo, . I . lcb » OJ lb ®» Porto Illco, Ami 1!«« iffiT* *** i ,^ r coiitiuo ItojmbUe. BrillstS I Guiana, Japan, and Malm. • Tho demon of tho I ®Wvor 'dollar, which embraces Mexico Central Sj7osso° xao^oZd K^lSi h !?? h S°£?™£ of lreS2^i?n P w^i Iy, 'T“ l,al ?* i “ B Oroot BrltaUwmd Ireland, tho lltrraudu, Jamaica, and Australia The ftano circulates'among 74.000,000 Monlo, In Pranco i Belgium, Italy. Switzerland, Alsace, Lorraine, aud all va?tiaH L i ,I 1 08 « «*lng sundry gold TtirW 0118 Mnh^v) l!<lCt U U i? P f U l , O ttbovo groups nro Turkey, Moldavia, Mallachlo, Brazil, Portugal. Mooo*onn ll,l *rhl lr V*? 0 ' auJ havo * population oi 00,000,000, The last group, comprising countries wboso milt of valuois a silver coin of various kinds other than tho dollar, has 602,000,000 Inhabitant? it ££"{Kf.S!? r « n « 3r » , A V? lris ' Denmark, Sweden, Nor way, Itug«ia, Holland, Greece, India, and onumLorof minor Asiatic and African countries, Tho'. author of'l iho map strongly urges tho adoption of tho gold dollar on the International coin. Tho brewers aro to havo a Congress, to which all brewery owners, master brew ers, and malt makers ore Invited. It will begin Us sessions on tho ICIU of Juno, aud close on the 21st. I liici various technical and commercial questions con nected with browing will bo In order for discussion. I LOCAL STOCK AKD BOND MAHKET. p flUasre. Luut, Preston & Kean quolo'aa follows this I Jhttfnp. Selling. 6-208 of *O2 , nov nn\/ ! 6-208 of 'O4 .110$ 110$ 6-20(1 Of *OS 119$ lifls 6-20u of ’OS, Jan. and July.,"no nos 6-20s of 'O7, Jan, and July 121 V iqiv 6-20n.'of *QS, Jan, and July 110J£ 120 V, 10-40ur.., ijjf/ ,aoiaooupon 8 “..' Gold Exchange. 110 V Sterling Exchange 100 quo v Northern Pacific Gold 7-30 a,. .... 100 & InL Chicago City 7a imv 4 InL Cook County 7a ....; ~,, OOVAlnt IlUnols County and Township lOa. ~,, 86(ft98 Tho following InalrumonU woro filed for record on Wednesday, Juno 4: Van Horn at, near no cor of Ponllno at, Bf, Lot 33, dated Juno 4; consideration, SBOO. Arnold at, bot Thirty.nrat and Thlrty-socond ata, of, 25x110 ft, dated May 7; cohaldcratlon, SOSO, Douglas boulevard, n f, 100x107 ft In Block 1, Grant’s Addition, dated May 38; consideration, SI,OOO, Lota 63 to 05 in Block 21, Beo 7,30,11, dated May 10 • consideration, $2,000. ' ' u ' 10 » a . In Dlock 10 of Norton’s ovof nw V 9 ! 13 -lA?i 0ll AV? 0 3 * consideration, $1,500, „ , ; Block 11, of o # 800 81, 30, 14. dstod May 15; consideration, SO2O. * * 1 , rt A ®ti 180 ft aof Maple st, wf, 60x160 ft. dated May 27 ; consideration, SIO,OOO. * ' ’ Leavitt at, 255 ft s of Van liureu at, vr f, 40x120 ft dated Junoß; consideration,s3,4oo.* * ’ , Morgan at, 288 ft n of MaxwoU at, w f. 21x100 ft. dated Juno 4 { consideration, $1,400, ** Paulina at, a e cor of Jane at, wf, 25x128if fL-iUlmi May 31 • consideration, $1,760. * ™ ** aICLI Bonney at, nvr cor of Twenty-sixth fit, of, 100x125 ft, dated Juno 3 ; consideration, $2,000, * oa^WW ond it » 22 °* ffc oot at, af, ’ dated Juno 2 ; consideration, $1,200. * t 3 °f 18, In Nixon’s subdivision. ft* 4, of a s May 17: consideration, $2,640. . . e J''dtt st. 100 ft nor Division st, of, 60x124 0-10 ft. dated May 23 • consideration, $1,400. ** i •, t V. a f ** loftMr of Stewart nv, af,25 “oxl2i ft, dated Fob. 21 • consideration, $1,250, , p e c r r )atil nV| 241 ft aof kortb ay, wf, !25xi26J.10 ft. ; dated June 4; consideration, $550 * . ’ ftp'll: 011 roUt »nd Taylor ala, of, 28x1251f dated May 23; consideration, $930, f S o |^n^ i J > H^hV wo^ 801,0 y an d Hoynosta, n {f 2? £?Ito 1 to ®Uoy» dated May 28; consideration, $1,250. ®t. vr of and near Delated at, bf, 25 ft to wi). r “'' mon ’ d ” 1011 AprUla ! couelderi l|ra^M^ U ”n!j“m 6 ' LC °' a A4<UUo ?- dolKl >f F S ff 1 'i lllcl , ,c “ lcr and Boboy 818. $/’BOI. W to '* Ue)r ’ dalo<l M “ ruU 23 1 coneldorallonj , Bot Polk and Taylor fits, w f, G2i3231f ft dated May 20; oonsldaratlan, $2,400. * ** . , j ß *® ol adjoining the above, \r t, 20x125 ft dated May 20; consideration, $1,200, '* ' Lincoln at, 330 ft n of Division at, of, 40x09 ft dated Juno 2 ; consideration, $1,200. * , ’ Adams at, 270 ft w of Fifth av, sf, 70x108 ft, dated amiu ™- w i I }’ a lock a » of Monroe’s’ Subdivision lln a sw%of aw % 800 81, 40, 14, dated Mav 20* consideration, $1,300. aAay n ocor of Morgan Bt,awv o f * ( a i tlro i. b ock l,'' v l th Improvements, dated Mnyl: con -I<o,ooo. Jacob Boldler to PrtJliid £ d.Sl I T,,- l, ? of “ n . l ' n «“ nuron at, wf, 24 ft to alloy, dated June 0; consideration, SOSO, * _ , , Nontu dp city xjMixa, in 1 ?/ 8 P lock 3 Block 8, of e V Sec. 29. 40,14, dated Fob. 25; consideration, $2,200. TU^?^iai oX f°£* 0 200 ft > in Noble’s Lot 3, of Blckordiko A Stoelo’s w34 n vr v Sen oq /n ’ .«■ dated May 1; consideration, sklGo **“• 40 ' “• 4 rtS ieoo ’l‘?n' 10 0111120 ' Block $6,000. B °° ■^' 4o ’ l4,<latoaju “° 3 > ““"UcraUon, sooth op cmr limits. ? U Xsi!m Bauai i « 18 ? 011,1 ®; iu Greene’s Block 1, of Lots at and it to 1 % J o ’,? 8 * . datt - d 31; consideration, $l,GOo! a ai }4 lc » ln Uloc b 15, Hydo Park! dated April 21; consideration, $12,000. 1 ou Villa A°d?HHnn °J! Y ?U k °1 k u * **» Block 2, Cloavcr- Villo Addition, dated May 3; consideration, $5,000. COMMERCIAL. , ■ . TVidkksiut Evening, Juno 4. „* h " H -n S . WOr .° "’“‘P l * an( * flhlpmeutaof. the lending articles of product! In Chicago during lira past twenty-four hours,, and tor Uto corresponding date one year agoj ° UEOEIPia. . j| SHIPMENTS, Hour. brie 8,447 6,35011 4 912 """Tiol Wheat, bn 08,490 93.020 60301 li’oon Oorn ba 107,270 827,010 117*214 178*0/51 gM irf “toil "?;m Gr,ra Bood. lb, 19,030 3 001 ami 10 703 11m need, lb, 3, M 0 iosoll 'mo 10 '™ 3 Broom com, 1b,.... 70,800 ........ sicn. §SS wf*' ”*-• w - m T7.aao(| 30*;5Ii|a7^56i gd sd^SS SS& a d a d HS® Rsb= la ShS 10 H «■ SSS~H ’’»! a |g 4 ~ lt,tjr]B i.awl %ii| 1.273 Withdrawn yesterday for city consumption: 6,400 kj |l OH 187 Withdrawn yesterday for city consumption: 0,100 »“>" i 3.313 burye ;078bnbatloy. 1 , 8er ” Jnll “ Inspected into store this morning up to 10 o’clock: . 112 csrs wheat; soswr cars corn j 0,000 hu No. ado, and 1,200 bn rejected do by canal; 129 cars oats J 10,000 bu No. 2 do, by canal ’ 7 SSilw* tarl0 * Xol "‘ ( CB3 Slo]ooobu' ° C ““ frc ' Bhl “ h “ vo advanced to aycry high point, 13 pence per hu for wheat from Montreal to Liverpool, and about the same rate from Now York Even at these rates freight-room la scarce. IV 0 note that the day before yesterday a lot of 10 car oad. of wheal that had been Imported ™ No. 3 spring Lt a,>,J >" Now York aprtng ß was 'o^Uiat >oßecfto be an arrnim H n ► B r y * ** l^B uiny bo aup *if?U; It provea noSlugof the kin«Wf*m!* 1 i c^on }? *°° omy uniform. It la SmodaHv our .{“ B Poctiou la nothing shall bo passe j Into thn yoar J! mt cannot bo depended on to irnnn ? No, 3 that weather; and P grain tha? la not V »W® fummer Btands but a poor chauco thin ««.?. R* character good enough to m?“ SS off ’ p’M l U ,uay 110 « rlct grading of grain doSs notLsS u Pm, ? ro » tbo given lot, when It comas to £ SoM «« i b * va,uo of a want a strict Inspection, th« mK th?M to l i" ,rl "’ w « against being tho InWlcoof t( “ ** guarded by different standards. 1 1 “Upwtlug different lots • 8 163 11% DO 00 35 400 100 300 100 130 TJjo loa^ ln ß produce markoUwaro Icbb smc .day, with few Important change ? cl,T ° *p corn, which won again weak. Th* » oxcc P t ln waver? alow, owing to a awrdWf **? both by lake and ocean, and tho rooahfi/« 0 # Bhl '? oom * Sf' 8 ’* 11 tendß 40 w«*^/ta2pS5 1 A ,1 3 few daya having njnilbly reduce tI, Q Sffi* to the REAL ESTATE. citt rnorznir. West B. N. A. 00l British Honduras... Now Granada Brazil.... Olsplatino Republic fi10x1c0....... Africa.... Total Previous wook Wook Mar 13, *78.. Wook Way 6. ‘73. .. Wook April M. *7B. Wook April d, '73. Wook May 28. *73... yeara*: fr ° m K ° V * Ito Moy Inclusive, for three IWr. “Sa* . m i,% . lleef, brio ®ml tc*.., (39,225 oilsao 116 167 Jff*. 128.208,114 116,600,151. 51.170*060 SSSS hH 249,876,642 155,218,002 44,642,086 muter, jba 3,020,608 3,905.113 ' 3 384 738 Gliecae, lb« 20,027,018 o!82fl,148 17 061 , 178 ia ThanunJ/V 3 i; 005 > 07a 35,000,070 14,0351683 dry goSii'SWyork £MXEHED FOB CONSUMPTION. .1871. 1873. jflb, .11,174,114 $ 853,370 $ 070,495 . 1,204,750 1,600,142 047,250 2,134,602 1,600,680 708 000 709,127 ’854,259 046 813 708,160 004,060 420,460 Manf, of w001,,,,, Manf, of o 01t0n..,, Manf. of ■Hi.,,,,, Manf, of flax.. Ulucell'i* dry goodii, &"SSg£ii-.r, jgft| Jill li'li ..91.633,333 $3,000,837 13.471 134 . 6,170,739 6,471,405 iftoa.’uo Total llir'n upon mkt,,. .*7,7M,0«3 *7.833.333 Amt unt. for ooa, Nothlns.now of imporlanca waa - t !/', conn eotlon willi 11.0 cbooaa, cannod Ifl " 11 "“'lot*, Krlml fmllß remain quint, I nillS'" l, "Wt ourranta ami prunes being ru,". n„ V? . ° 0,M l> ll0 “"- ilay.wna tlull ana may. ~ " ”, oro , morlng to a fair oilonl at ?,, 7 I J*» l «d«,’a quolallona: Tba movement tlr 7 R, nL),:I -. wes fully lit. to Uio oi lil n h01,.., 0f in ' O l J°oi)lng IraUo, the volume of " “ Ms* u j“>™l fop Uio aeaaon, Tliaro waa *?| S off ln lll °. or(l,r lull tlila ' h * n oomponiatoa for In Uio Inorcnaoa at lonannco of buyora In poraon,. Prices worn .toady, arocorloß worn not as aotlvo as could bo diwlrod, ai.li&Mn, COII ' 1 ’ l ' rl 'f 1 “ " lll >,«ny day of last weak, Wo distribution was undoubtedly larger. Sugars are still ™M nd UUBOUIC.I, notwithstanding there "o K y Consumption, and, lowas prices now arc, !a Jim 1 M or r , oduoti °u 18 among .tho possibilities, Coffees • Soaps, Byrupa, spleen, aud other nrll «!•»?/1 cd B lm tho olf market there wu a mnd orale.degreo of activity, at lOOI9KO for carbon, 730 for tl.OOol.Ofi for linseed,’ 870 for whale, and fu?» B7 ° wV ,rpol i u,,e * No change* woro reported In tho market for pai uI b, plg-lron, tobacco, and wood. .Trade at Iholumbor-ysrda continues active. Thera was no change In quotations-except for Joists, scant ling, fencing, and common boards, which are “S* at fIU.OOOU.OO per m, tho insldo ummli f? ,o . r , ff**wn lumber, Tlioro was n moderate amount of trading at the docks, prices for goodluni tb?, Bamo - receipts were rather light, Metals, nails, and Iron wore unchanged. Ihoro wore no now features In the wool market. The SSPb r ,Y OO i I nro . BtiU vcry llght. ■ An Improve roent Is noticed Jn tho broom-corn trade, and prices a danced KQ Vo, good grades being scarce ! and Ann., Excepting a fair trade to millet and Hungarian the seed market was quiet. Green fruits were In fair' lllgbwtoos wore active, and Vo higher, belmr In which enabled homers to oommamftho 2™n& p 2 c «/»£ f yesterday. Sales wore reported of ofoaod P ° r BaUoa ’ at wWoh fl ff uro m market w S ro q \ Uot Bnd *o higher, there being f. n°f ?w Offorod, A B ?'] ( ? n, 7 » light Inquiry on the " t r°, , B . h pi,or *’ i 0 charters was reported <3 of which wore taken last evening), which will carry ‘ b * l wheat, 79,000 bn com, and 80,000 bu oats* Com to Buffalo was token at flo,. and wheat to .do was Tbro^ b to NewYmkwororS com™.“t™l V ?oo.‘ ™ COm!to BMt ?“ ft ?f ovi f ßlon ?. Woro dul J» „f a Uj? market,, and not much product , .pork was firm on . cask lots, 100 »?n?« b 5 lowo . r oa ?P Uonß * was Bo per JJ9Lf 8 i??, 01 * ? nd meaU ■ w «ro, unchanged. The ns colpla of live hogs were largo; and .prices weakened 88 tt was understood that some parties now en gaged In summer curing havo decided to suspend, ow {“* J 0 , t advices from Europe, This rather J°H d(6d |° Btron ßthon winter meat*, than otherwise bll * * bo .., B Poculatlvo articles of pork and lard vh^JffSSH 7 , wea * en « d Uie further drop In hogs. The market closed at the following range of prices* JuW Yicteft m f° U i 0rJn , I } 0 »»J b *00@18:6O; doseUor r il& S5» d 0 fl cW«r August,- $10.95016.00. M .1 " CU n r J H n °’ Jdo S0ll« July a i° 101161,I 01161, Au 8 UBt il9.00; summer, do, SB.OO ple^e , d , han * B Quoted ot 10012 c. Dry : salted i 8 l \ U0 1 , , ab10 at °>tfoOKo for shoulders;. 6){08 Vo for short riba .* and BK®svo for short clear, :Eoxcd 8bo “ ,d ®”» C*@oJ«o. fingUah meats, for n^vLv!hfn’ 8 /“ (^ 9 , 0 tOT ibort dear. Bacon la quoted forßb °uldors; o>tfo for clear riba; 9Vo for W rt «o on«o"5?. 13 ®» for ' bamß » oil pocked. Mobs beef, $9.0009.25; extra moss do, $10.00010.25: beef hams, $28.00029.60. City, tallow, Vo; grease nt . Sa,e " woro reported of^ooo p ? rk ,' B °, l . lorJ % al * I5 *«); 250 brls do at $16.801 Lwd b a r tßo° bOaV?) at |l6 * 7 . o » caflb J >IOO tea summer Flour was dull and nominally unchanged, though! d « u w 11101 fl ® voral holders would wlUiugl/ i S^,i^ a *‘l l °nn b ? h A conccMloDß » CB l>cclaUy on the lower grades, though they aro renortca to be in small stock. The reported dullness In Now York and tho rise In i freights kept shippers out of tho market. Bran was steady. Bales wore reported 100 brls white winter ex tras on private terms; 200 brls spring extras (Prln- 1 I ccss) at W. 75; COO brls do (Minnesota) ot $0.60 : 800 K 0 1°“ rrtJ a JL® I ® rmß 1 MOhrlft spring superflnea at' ft*.® 0 * 7 ?° urls rye flour on private terms. Total. Lfico brls. Also, 10 tons bran at $9.00 on track. The fol lowing wore tho asking prices at the close; Fabric choice white winter extraa,...,.s g.50 ®n OO Bod winter extras 700 fi gbo Good to choice spring extras ! 0.*25 fa 7*bo Low to medium rno aim’ iirOQ, . .. n QQ _ q o : Wheat was leas active, at about tho same* ovorage of, £fi^?f«V eßl^ r<l S y, i T^aro waa ® good shipping ß do maud for cash wheat, and prices wore well sustained.! ff^ gßb » eiu ?. B0 , llmllod lhat difference S>; tween cash and seller tho month widened to ivc Tho mnJluf 40 1 out part car B°cs by steamer, and mostly on Canadian account. Options were generally SSf. 8 , 1 ! 60 # L y during the regular session. Seller the’ month kept up by the hnowlcdgo lhat we have 1 5* n° » i cka ? Btoro. Tho option opened at $1,23 v ; fell off Vc, advanced to dedined to »1.22 V 5? d cloßad dr olo * 1 “t SI.H3,V. The more dU ferrod options were weak, buying being chock-' od by the expectation of heavy receipts for tho I next two mouths. It is known thcro Is p ol , lty , f of ,. old wheat yet to come. . forward, 1 {♦“ i,,. tbo , now crop should turn out well kHo .freely competed with by tbe old wheat. 1 which has been hold back to provide against possible failure this year. Seller July receded 8 to 10X Vo bo rm^a? 5 u . Holdat sl-213401.23if, closing atluiv ff ii r te, ÜB | B ? Id 1 * and ■ BuUer tho- year at, Inil’ both being little bettor than nominal; No 1 spring closed nominal at $1.30; No 2 do at SI oh* v« !±5M U A oa i l v re J° ctod d 0 «t Me. Oa?h Sea Vo?o reported of a,BOO bu No, 1 -aprlng (part hard! at «i nn. ' ““ fl ' M; ftt , 4,400 bu do at' 51.25 V Mfl <WI hit .if* * 34,800 bu do at $1.25; 12,800 Ijii jJo 8 snriuff 1 4 '/ 00 n u roj , cct Icd 1 cd do at 950. Total/ 78,8(XU>af Corn was active, but weak, decUnlug fully lo nar d i er itt cral off ® rln ff 8 » and a very fight shipping auX w .“f B . lcai,y ’ Ul * “““t nooi, at 5 BUgut decline, holders not being over anxious to sell at a further reduction, though shippers hold off. to CoS soquonce of tho rise In freights. Then Now York waa hn l / 01 ™ i boavy » Übortu receipts, and much of It hot. This news caused a break, , and an osccolai heaviness to cash corn, which holders wero P vorv anxious to get rid of, lest it should grow hot on their No n a a cora b nnw | d n °i flt{ l p to roflocl nwly allthe nowrealma amWh 0 . ll ?S lw(!, * InBIrei:,8(l ln undor now regime, and that the corn now reported oa hn» on arrival at the seaboard, is tho very stuff which our imi P fn!; orS i^ u r l paßa ft® No, 2(soundonddryv wniiwJTv? 1 ?* Ul ®y Incurred so much censure., Itls snortion in f vVw tbe i r ii ßtrict of,tho to- Mwo , B . baU owo °ur escape from hot No 2 'T° ? ot ,° tbat Bomo Pftrttes sold com to-day which they had bought tolondlng to shin 1L I Bogular Jio. 2, or seller tho month, opened at 37c and dec toed to 35V0 at the close. BcficrVulyTolffiso v , 040?, c, and soiter August at 42@42* 4 c, both eloatog S 37 Jc' Bldß - roedpt. of' No. 2 013 =0,20 AA;‘A biTat SS', 3 - 2 ,™ Bl Wi ® ffudoM ?' • 10,000 bu do at 87o; 5,000 bu do at 30Vc •20 000 K s,«<W.bu 'do at 38«S? V u ”i°S JOVo, 16,000 bit do at 38Vo: 25 000 bu’dn at .• 00,^0“ «e.atMe: 10 000 b'u’dolfM B.OMK,J it3.^*.°™?°°to? 38,40BaoBl ! o,<o<!bu rejoctea xo^aw^b^ 200 1JU ‘ l0Bt8l0; mba N C ow° r v ay l- i bro . to latcr l Q sympathy with corn, 1 O bo i?g Blao Quoted castor, and closed at tho: , tuaido prli.oß of tho season, Tho woakncss'was groat ' w UvQry * tbo cash lota which wclgheout)- terdnv^^ m ni C m t i for B( J mo laying been sold out vi» : Sj; Rfffular oals, or seller tho month, sold at 28 V * °, nd . Bollor . July at 30030VC. elrictly fresh closed at about 290, Cosh sales woro rebartmi of 77,200 bu at J P?; 990 bu at 29c : 20,000 bu at 28Vo ; COO bu re^ 10 do ot 25V°; 0,000 bu do at r^<°»l»3oo bu do at 23c j COO bu mr sample at 32 va • COO bu do at 31c. Total 180,400'bii, • . ,< B ®» , Bye was dull, and nominally the same os yesterday though i©2o below the prices quoted by. dealers for a few days past. There were free sellers of No. 2 at W ft? “■ SB,OB w “° srassa sus-nft J"?** ’o®7su: No. Bat 00(363? and “jocUd at 40045 c, the inside to the Bock Island elevator and tho outside to other houses. ““““ *u«v»vor, ana The following were tho foreign exports of provisions STuCSLXXOf.-^TaTd Liverpool. London,,. Glasgow .. Hamburg, Bremen,,, Antwerp,. C0tta,,,.., Lisbon..., 5.674 8,677 3.661 4,681 3,316 5,115; 8,901 ; 13,063 ' 3,066 13,803 8,067 3.316 ;3,807 9,1711 Total, • - •SNTtMDroii wintnoußiKO. - Minf.ofwopl |floo,ooo 1080,737 M 28.028 of c0U0n......... 870,034 048,420 032 143 m °/J Hk 378,010 007,480 200 639 sih?i f iS f S"* ## *V aS3 ' TO7 071 707 '203 893 Mlsooll’fl dry gooilfl 160,600 200,108 161 072 i Add dat’d for conemp.. 0,170,739 6,471,408 3)402,148 Total ont'd atthoport.’. .$8,043,345 $8,780,683 $8,104 Mo T ’ * IATKBT, . ■■ - In afternoon wheat waa active and Jtf®J/o hlch or. No, 2 aptlng-aold at' $1.17X01.34 Vaonor fho “o n .i!*» c l«"{nßf l ftt *d $1.22X01.23 Bdlor Jnlr° doslny at $1.3374, .Cora waa fairly active and Armor! Ac lug at 88V@360 Boiler tho month, and 89X080Xo aol or July, both optlona doling at tho Inaldo, and 42° aeltor Ailgtiat. Ip; provlaiona, aaloa Ihcludo 100 brla meaa pork at $16,60 caah, and 250 Iba aweet pickled hama atllo. Other grain waa Inactive. _ WIDNXRDAT EVIKINO, Juno 4. SS O «t 8UwlI ‘“ 1 M I ’° r ? roof la ln B I!? 0 aoddoiVlmproTomonl li noticed in tuo. demand; all grades wero moving with mom fwodom. An advance of J4OWo has boon made and the bettor qualltloß are firm, nolng in light stock * we v N °; l «Va7«o J NoTiloSirJS? No; 3 do.- 4*®s<3; l/o. 3 do. BVaio mSSSi - ® 1 " «Hn»Ubn of Iho tailor morkel wni I ’ r ° T,ou » talrdoMn'daji! r^r?'“ 3?li ?S5" I| > 0 bu 7 cr " taught liberal!; at flic jSlow SraSs’o"^ii“' : “ .** f o>low"! BlrlcUy choice Jo <SmoilS4iSf Um ,0 gOOd > 17®Wo; Inferior to nI?H ?f a ihn'2? ""S* l ! 10 , ‘ mo “ Iho taglai Wo®o«n£ f Th o°,, r ?,“ l^ Qro comparatively tisady. MWo^-Amlrt^Ha ßo^ 0 * Lewiston, i biter Crook .Portland cement, $7,00® 7.80 per baml ' d, !° . «MWWO) Utica, tanl.rillo, 1 codTk. bri * “Mblo Must, $3.35 £etoe .pnasod.. 130.00, deku ,'do, comm<m, SU.M ; fuJP* 1 ? 1 pro Mod, do common/ $13.00 I* I miufKTvTm?/ 18 ?* 8 " J V tM . a d °P»rtme‘nt continues I with mtlochange in values. Wo quota: Now; Elgin factory, 13W013wo; Ohjofacton?, ;\tfostern factory, ll©iau£ | cuAir»Nqi fntthor changes-were reported in the' d . omuii 1 ! , “ again. small. We repeat our list: Lohlgb,-lump, $11.00; prepared, sll.oo* ‘wSi?.T«Sfr.J?JSPS-J5»W*$W»5 Briar 11/11, so.sq . W»WS Blossburg, $0.00? Cherny MinoJ fn‘?n! Indiana cannd coalll SnoLi w“ooi TOta’taX ! ie K^ na 8 r “ to -:*’-0“s , | Fian-stockß • conUnuo light and Jwlth a steadily 1 good demand to supply/ The fooling among dealers' remains decidedly firm. Wo repent our quoin-* lions: No. 1 whlloflah, w brl, $<J.750C.87W: No.I ?°» * Bhoro. bri,. W1.C00U.76; No. >1 l»y, $9.6039.75; No.2unack-j T h‘ No/i ahoro tits,^l.Usl bankcodlUb, per 100 Its. $6.60(30.75; Goorco’Si $8.7607.00; Labrador herring, split, brls, $9,001 ®9.60; dp M brL $4,7536,00; Labrador herring,! round, brl, $3.0008.50; do U brl, $4.25®4.60; box boning No. 1, 28030 c; box herring, scaled, 35«370:! Co^,,mi ll . V vr r r^^° n ' K’brls. $10.00010.26,- • - 1 . FRUITS AND. the fruit market a light amount of sales was accomplished, and toluos were not subjected to any pronounced change. Prunes and currants were firm, with which exceptions a rather easy, feeling seemed to prevail. Following aro the quotations: FonooH-Datcs, B#®Owe;'figs, drums, 1**0180; Turkish pruncs| OJtfQlOo, raisins, $3.3502.40;. Zanto currants, 7 v Domestic—Aldon apples, 18®20os Mlcld gan do, 6®70; Western do, 6@6#o; Boutbom do, peaches, pared, 17020 c; poaches, halves, i. do, mixed, 4if®so; blackberries, 000 Vc ; —FHborts, 14018 c: i almonds, Tcrrngona, 31023 c: Naples walnuts, 24®25c; Drarils, pocaur 11012 c; African peanuts, 6>tfo7o; Wilmington doiU nu i^ 7ta ,^; Tennessee peanuts, 4JtfQBWa QROCLRIEB—OnIy slight improvement was observ able In the demand for goods in this lino, and prices wero without quotable change, ruling comparatively steady for most articles, and only strong for coffees. Sugars remain easy, fair orders being filled at somc tulng-Of a concession from tho quotations. Wo mako no change in our list as follows: , ill Gaud, Soda— 1 7&®8*£c. ing do, 2litf@32o; Singapore, 24w@24»/c: Costa d ». P--tao, MOT- I I>:aSo ' c "°- SDoms-Patent cut loaf, 18013>ic; crushed, pow-' derod, and granulated, HVQI2c; A, standard,W 81 B > 10K@10Ko ; ox » ONo.a. 10^0; cholco brown, prime do, bwg .falr do, choice mobißsea sugar, OV «10o: fair do, Now Orleans auWrt choice, do prime, oJ4®D^o; do fair, 8;f0 flltfo; common, - . * /,v * Binurs—Diamond drips, $1.3501.80; silver drips, * . ra v llo ’ ; good sugar-house syrup, 46048b • 5?lJ a 50055 c; New Orleans molasses, cholco, 80 @83o; do prime. 730780 ; do common, 65070 c; Porto itico molasses, choice, 650U50; common molasses. 30 , ®350. . ’ 1 Salkbatuo—Common'to beet, o@loc. Q O^ , n olfl-A11 ' ll)lce L 17 ® 180 1 cloves, 87038 c ; cassia 380400, pepper, 23Jif034Jtfo ; nutmegs, $1.2501,80: ginger, pure, 28030 c ; do NO. 1,20023 c do No. 2. 0190, * rt mot ‘J od / %® 6 «°s Gorman mottled, O^QOA(o ; Golden Wcat, OotJtfo; White Lily, CVQ %°» 'VUito Koso, 6,V®oJtfo; brawn Windsor! 4jJ<a 5 palm, CQO^o; Bavon Imperial, * Bxanou—Qloas, 0#®I0o; coro,0®£lo; hiundry, <ka 7o; common, DVOOo. , * QUEEN FRUlTa—Apples are dull and weak. Other ,i fc ?^£ falr 'caueat. Nutmeg and watermelons oold at per doz.' riums at $3.60 per box. ! Htrawbcrrloa sold readily, and, owing to light receipts, i prices advanced. Cherries and gooseberries were In good request. Wo quota : Apples, good to choice, $3.00 1 S B j3P I£T brl * ,Loa‘on«. 10.00(39.00. Oranges, sß,ooo* * •W.QO. Pineapples, $3.0004.00 per doz. Bananu.S3.CM ; @7.00 per bunch. Gooseberries, ■ 80100 par quart, i Strawberries, 30030 c. Cherries, 20030 c. Currants, ' WM^ra”' 7010 Inaclivo on d nominal, at 25®400' for I! a IIAY T' WaB taiT supply, and prices were easy. Tho i demand was only moderate, and few calcs wore effect -I,l*l ° utald ? flguwa: wo quoto wholesale prices paid by dealow. Os follows, cars to contain 20,000 lbs : Oh Tiuck—Timothy, boater pressed, $10.60017.50: * lO -W«17.0a; prairie pressed °, N Wao P n —Timothy,. loose, slo.oo®. !l8.00: prairie, loose, tU.OO@IO.OO. Tor delivery of ■pressed, $1.0001,60, according to distanced, '. „ i DEB Ti Vero mo ou * Üboral a calo, with prices steady and firm, as follows : Green city butchers’, 7o i g'oea cured light, llo; do heavy, 10c ; part cured, 0 V @10o;. green calf, 16®lCoj veal kip, 10o: dry coif. 24c; dry kin, aio: dry @3oo , long-haired kip, 10 Vo; deacon skins, 45055 c ; priced Bcorotl * cu * 1 or damaged, Iwo-thlrds ; IRON AND JJTEEL—Trade continues moderate. ll«. wS!opMUuota I SoS'“ lola 101 OUIr,m ‘ "CCOMI -I’late Iron, common tank cv S 7 W °StS Russia Iron .. . 1 * 20521 A Russia Iron, No. 1 stained...:::: 18? «is Norway Iron @ ovo wis Norway nail rods .' yu «!b German plow steel IT* @l2O Sis English cast plow steel 12 @l2 vo Sib American tool steel. 17 v 0180 his Chrome toolslcol ..I:::!:™* @2O wft English tool steel... 21V @23 JfjiJ Q mTßm%' l 'n , ffllWo rale. iiLSZ •“ ° f ° rtlor ‘ ... . ‘ UkMLOOK. Jity harness Country harness. Uno, city, ft lb Kip, v ib.... Kip, veals City upper, No. 1, ft City upper, No. 2, y ft Country upper. No. 1 Collar, y ft Calf, city I Calf, country Rough upper, ctandard.. Rough upper damaged. : Buffalo slaughter solo.. “R. A," solo Daean ' ■ I Oi 907,003 1,760,107 ***’&,'ift 80,000 243,413 a. 600 cia.ooi 83,460 292, £O3 17,<120 ' 618 807, MB 6,497 641,*663 07,986 11,219 23,830 3,100,603 1,170,639 9,600,863 7,068.838 3.819.461 6,897.931 8,470,713 2? lf 1.26 a 1.15 gp 16M 1.10 Harnogß... lo« 16 French calf, Jodol CS.OOmOO.OO French calf, L0m0iu0...,,,., C0.00M60.00 French calf, 34 to 88 1ba...... 1,89(3 2.60 French kip, 60 to JOQ ttis 1.01(3 1.G6 : METALS AND TINNERS’ STOCK—Business la Im proving slightly, tbo quoted prices being adhered to: l Tin Plate—lo,loxl4, $14.60: do, 12x12, $15.00; do, 14x20. $10,50; do, rooting, 10, $14,00; do, 20x28, $39.60, > Pio Tik—Large, 430; small, 430; bar. 440. ' Buxbt Zino—Full casks, lie; half casks, lIif(SUM« loss quantity, 11 Wo; slab, 00. Suebt Ikon—No, 34, fltfo rates. Galvanised Ikon—No. 18@20,150 j No. 92024, ICo; No; 25020,170;' No. 37,18 c; No. 28, 200. A discount of 20 per cent la made from the list. 3(768, BIT 8,437,677 0.618,333 7,603.031 6.741,671 14,631,661 4,440,2 ”

I'd | Fri < Ooppxu— Coppci bottoms, 450; braziers, over 12 lbs,' 470: tinned copper, 430. . Wise—3 to 6, 8c; fl, 8, and 0, lOo; 10 to 11, llo; 13, lltfo; 10 and 14,12*0; 16 and 10, Ho; 17,16o; 18 r 16c; 19, IDo | 20, 20o; full bundle, 15 per cent dis count'; fence wire, 7Vo; by car load, V^o. NAILS—Wore unenanged. Wo again quote; 10® Cod. per keg, $5.00 rates; 8d do, $5.25; Cd do, $5.00; 4dd0,55.87tt ; 3d do, $0.60; 3d do, flue. SB,OO ;3d do. $8.23; cUncli. $7.87>4 ; 12„Vo off for 100 kog lots. NAVAL STOlUifl—Wore in moderate demand at tbo following range of prices: Manilla rope, ft 18, lOo; steal rojxs. V 16, lfl@17o: hemp sash cord, lb, 20® 250; marline, stb,3o®22a; tarred rope, WJb, 17@18o; oakum, per bale, $5,00®0.60; pltob, ft brl, $0.00®7.00; tar. brh bale, $3,00®0.00. OlLlwriio market was steady at former quota tions. Only a fair aggregate of sales was ac compllibcd. Prices range os follows; Carbon, 19 extra oil, 730; No. 1, 06®70o; No. 3, 650j CHICAGO' 1 DAILY MARKET. .$ 89® 41 . 300 33 . 41Ci 43 > 60® MO . 86@ 1.20 .. 33® SO .. 36® 37 . 25® ' 27 .. 20® 23 . • 1.20® 1,40 . I.lo® 1.25 . 800 85 . 37® SO . 330 37 * 800 83 linseed, raw, fl.OOf do boiled, fI.OH: whale. 87c eporm, $a.004a.10; neats foot, off, strlolfy pure, |!,K) • . 61 , r, ’, 00u .; 'l° No, 1. 750; bank oli/tOo; straits 750, elephant oil, OSo; turpentine, CflQs7c; naphtha fl3 i?f?M^ a «A» nß r hU, *j common ‘ l0 <sno. 1 f quote? ’ “ . A * D OOUtlauu WItIXIS LEAD, - ' ‘ ‘ | Slrictlypuro.. Fancy hranda, Genuine VfclUo Montagno*!*?! American.,,,. aonons. Mnaury’s railroad colora Palace car colors In cana Itoohollo dchro.i.,. Ktigllih Yen. rod... .*,.! *.’ **‘ ,* * English orange mineral. riltabiirgh orange mineral Engliah red load American red load English vermilion, nor 1b....!. Hcarlot vermilion,, Parlawhlto., • Whiting .‘..‘.‘.‘.’.V. fUTTT. inwfc;;;:;;;;:;;;;;;; JK®»«9 rafio *°1.00; Lake Superior, fssloO j mBB ™ I ** dnSnYuSf?rF h0 r ® Co, V la woro ft tr,flo Jar B°r» Irnt (ho !£S!Su2 rM B , f r ’ an(l p , CCB ruled »h«ut tlio same ns JKSSfftf*. b#i m.comprise 1 coop turkeys at 130 j 10 coops chickens at ffl.oo; iff coons at S4.B(KS4 75 • in 1 ; ?> opa d ° 81 W.oo. • 15 n 111 o^*®“Old potatoes continue dull and weak Peachhlows arc quotable at 40@43e bn track. Now no. »ml ten •» «.00(B4.C0 per hrl.HiJlca Include 1 car pcachblows at 490 2 a oars do at • 1 car mixed at 38c, all on track. aootuo, 1 lI „ S !f. I , !DS -?, li0 ' 0 S'* colllln ß In olovor amt' r n r una "‘‘■I 01 ' voro ln demanrt at f ? » ? fonnor ami 11.00 for choice millet. Sales comprise 0 bags timothy at $3.00 • 30 baas linn. SS*JH«iS ,80; 10 &« 8 dO .« U3S| ’IOO bagsmulct oU i > fL v ® t<s *5 rm8 1 i baga choice do at SI.OO, * n f aJr request, and sloady. Wo conrsol *?on? d^£rM Sa * to V&i fl . no l $2 -°° 5 ordinary ■trin? , %iSL s O, $2.10; gronndsolar, M s3 * B ° ; ? aiTy> V,lth bD 8 8 1 ,*4,00(34.75, Ashton dairy, per sock. *5.00* immtirt ‘'aftf'S 1 lurk’a7.4a,sa. • SrOU " 4 thirnSri!^ o^? 80 ta ? rtea Of .teas was noted.' •^.^? U i oWlnff ■ bcto ff Pretty generally adhered* to* ■SSSIL m OO ? 1 ® 0 ? 4 falr t «®ssc; -do good! oo@7oo} do choice to extra fine, 05c®*l,10: common to ■JjVjJJ i!*? BOn 4 78 ® 05 °t. common Impor/al, 0^ 0 ®^ 80 ?®* 1 * 10 ; too w good BuSwSr dor, 70c@fl.00} choice Plngsueo, sl.lc®l.sol Mira I '.^ l * sW ® l ** o J choiceto ex/ra leaf Japan, 85ca SlSid^tSi^iA 6 * ¥® 78e 5 common do, 40@4J0; colored natural • leaf- Japan, B8Q05o: commmi tA 85c°@«,m. B ’ ! 800<1, M ®“° i stolen to oitai, ,? ® 80 ° i h “ lf "**i ° 29!!00 i “9, •J r «i? ET A lll^^“'X oro ta G oo * l *MPpJy. Following are the prices current s Pons. $1 .0001,50 per bn • string boons, s2.oo® 2.6o por:box; cucumbers,&.OOol.26por 15?, o.“> ?<® 3 ? 0 i «'l'i««h, 6®Bo per n>| f,?S SSSn ® l-2 5 ’ pI ° plant, l@a,Vo por ft. i c p! tuco, 25®100 por doz; cabbage, $1.7602.00 nor doz • lurnlns, 30®too por del; boolo’Jt 30aWo JS d“: SSIOM, S°. ! “° rmuda 0nl0 “ B > W.51X81.0C1 por boi| m}S°liTi! 1 °i n M“ ll . Btc “ dr .“ tIJ flrm under a good do- HA’, 1 ," 0 foII °" lu l! pricoa: Beecb, *O.OO j m»plol * l ?;S?.lr h c S- 0rT ’ *11.00; olnba, JO.OO delivered. P ; wuulr—\Vaa quiet ond UQobaugcd, i'uilijwlim are Uio quotations for old wool: • Tub, washed, oxira medium . a oa .n„ Tub, washed, common to fair 2,15:° Common dingy Fleece, washed, X&XX, light *.’!*! • atma/E Fleece, washed, X&XX, dingy. aSSSJ Fleoce, washed, medium light .430450 Fleece, washed, medium dingy ST/aA-jn Fleece,unwashed, X&XX,in good condition.,., 2Braaoo Fleece, unwashed, coarse to medium ,80«33o Extra, pulled .‘.'.OSfflUo Burry wool 10®20o loss. lewcl- C tba?[be U °aL;r 1 U from *»*> CHICAGO LIVE-STOCK MARKET. . . 8.. Wednesday Evening, Juno 4. The receipts of Uvo Block since Saturday have been as follows i Monday.,.. Tuesday..., Wednesday. Total Same time last week Week before last Shipments wore as follows Monday. Tuesday, Tot °l 4,<33 13,711 CATTLE—In this department of tiro market tho changes wore few and unimportant. Tho fact that tho receipts exhibited something of a falling off sonred to Induce a more confident fooling on tho part of holders, and they firmly resisted the efforts of buy ers to force & decline. This show of firmness caused o dragging trade, but boldora kept pegging away, and tho aggregate of the day’s sales made a very fair snow ng, somo 3,000 bond changing hands. The quality of tho offerings, though noticeably better than those of yesterday, woro'not up to tho overage of last week, tho proportion of com ond common to fairish steers of from 700 to 1,100 lbs average being much moro prom inent. Tho wore, however, qulto as well stilled to tho wants of tho trade. At tho reduc tion in butchers’ caltlo noted yesterday, there was a liberal amount of trading, sales making at $3.76Q<.00 for thin, rough, .mixed lots, embracing poor to common cows, stags, thin heifers and hulls, aud at $4.25®5.00 for fair to extra cows ami heifers, and poor to medium steers. Only a few sales of stock cattle wore reported, the supply being lim ited.. Shippers operated at $1.MQ6.00 for Texas cattle and common to medium natives; at $5.3605 10 for good steers averaging from 1,100 to 1,300 lbs ; and at $5.6000.00 for choice to extra steers ovoraglng from 1,250 to 1,100 lbs. Veal calves sold at a trlimbettcr prices than prevailed Inst week. $3.5005.60 blng paid for poor to choice qualities. The market closed steady at the following • ' ' QUOTATIONS. Extra—Graded steers averaging 1.400 lbs and upwards 8500 00 Choice Beeves—Fine, fat, well formed 3 year ' to 6 year old steers, avers plug 1,250 to 1,400 Iba • 5 6005 70 Good Beeves—Wcll-fnttcnod, finely formed steers, averaging 1,200 to 1.220 lbs 5.23(33.40 Medium Grades—Steers in fair floeh. aver aging 1,100 to 1,250 lbs . 6.0005.23 Butchers’ Slock—Common to fair steers. : and good to extra cows, for city i slaughter, averaging 800 to 1,100 lbs 4.0005.00 'Stock Cattle—Common cattle; In docent w flesh, averaging 700 to 1,080 lb 4.00(34.00 Inferior—Light and thin cows, heifers, stags, bulls, and scallawag steers 3.0003 75 Cattle—Texas, Northern wintered 4.0004 60 Cuttle—Ooru-fed Texas 4.03®5,40 CATTLE SALES, JSo, . . Av, Price. 15 extra steers 1,4C0 10.00 13 choice steers 1.173 km 17 choice atcera .1.101 b’mw 69 choice atcera l *67 S™* 40 good steers 6*40 62 B oodat«or8 lig Jg 17 good ateera .' k ....1344 040 14 good steers ljai3 o!so 14 calves 149 075 17 cowa ;;;;;; jjJ: ..J*™ 10 butchers’ stock Vqtq /flaw 17 extra atcera ... . .1041 •a w* 15 choice atcera . 1177 k ™ 10 choicesteers.. I:..; .".llmj 6.5™ 8J Texas atcera i i|« 17 goodaloors. ""."""""’Tim bS 1)9 choice ateera i’.jqi /$, 17 fat pony ateera :..:..1041 om, 19 fat pony atoora ,* 10 butcher*’ stock. nJo /fix 17 good ateera J I.IS 6.30 18 good atcera V* ~7 J > 40 choice elects 1,846 - c'.ffl , 94 choice atoora 1 30 choice Blocra ■ ■.'.'.'.a,218 'MO J6 Booil steers I 201) 6.15 oa.loiMßtconi j’ 138 in 34 Texas ateera oit 29 Luiia !!!,..! !..!!'i •** aS Oagood atcera i,.!/i23 V 35 168 choice atcera,, Vila k*imi «choice Bio™ 77 Texas ateera Vi* / fin 30 extra atoora *1338 b*hs •!««> ;i;ao4 g.’?s 10 choice ateers 5 75 'UOQS—Prices took another tumble‘to-’day, the* de- S“ 0 JL mo , im i In 9 to £ lll *‘ 200 V** 1W lbs. Tho fact that tt r r \' ra s d u ™ig tho past turoo days aggregate some 41,000 head Bumcloully accouuta for tfio lomw£d a>urao of prices. The weather waa cooler, and conse quoutly mow favorable for the handling 0/ stock, but this favorable circumstance had no visible effect upon tho nmikot. which opened dull aud weak and continued bo to the close. The largely excessive supply gave buyers the advantage, and they improved it by forcing micoa down to $4.16(34.60, or to a point fully 460 b£ low the closing quotations of last week. Of tho 26,000 hogs on sale, barely one-half found purchasers, and unless tho remaining dayo of tho week shall witness a marked diminution in tho receipts sellers can scarcely hope to avert a further depreciation in values. Sales were reported at $4.16(31.09, with tho bulk at $1.25© „ . . noo SALES. Ao. Av. PHee.\A r o. Jv. Price. l GO 328 $4.25 40 100 $4.40 CO 2118 4.40 104 102 4.40 63 203 4.25 25 101 4.23 40 204 4.26 115 250 4.60 40 243 4.25 103 223 4,40 HI 245 4.25 60 101 4.45 65 233 4.23 28 205 4,43 51 204 ‘ 4.35 64 228 4.23 63 247 4.25 45 215 4.33 60 213 4.26 51 204 4.40 23 285 4.20 147 251 4.25 43 200 4.25 63 250 4.26 60 ' 210 4.20 C 2 220 4.20 42 203 4.25 01 209 4.23 54 251 4,16 18 283 4.25 48 201 4.23 220 200 4.60 60 230 4.25 48 210 4.85 45 271 4.15 77 216 4.33 43 016 4.15 62 106 4.35 178 231 4.25 40 270 4.25 SHEEP—'Were iu better supply, shade castor lu consequence. Too IWIWW.W for ooor to cbolc* W'RDNKfIDAT Evxniko, Juno 4 I an } mnt 01 liimbor offering, rSm tl 1 " 11 , 1 ? fn,r from country, buyers Frtm 13 to 14 cargoco wore disposed of, though only four or flvo were reported, the Buppoaltlou being tijnt for the others, “prices wero too cheap to quote.” it «i SJm°4k° PSP?* ftml koarda nro firm at $14.00® 17.00, and lath at 13.00 : nhlnglca at $3.00, Piece stuff la quotable at SV.BOQIO.OO, with rumors of sales of common grades at lower figures. Common to* fair boards and strips sold at $1.0001.00. Tho following aalos wore reported: • “ ..Sy'W fr ,°n? Muskegorl, IX6 m boards and stripe hniw ,0 ° 14mkl 1 #itiM> a ° ldbyEwor * ;su.o6@n.oo . 0.00010.60 ... 14.00 ... 11.00® 13.00 .0.60® 10.00® 13.00 ..... 16.80®10.00 Barge Oily of Grand Haven. from Grand Haven, 135 Sno • Sm,i ?£ ripyt If m “ A «WnglM »t $3.00. Hold by Irish, Ballon ft Co. • • Cargo schr Mlhorvn, from Muskegon, 203 m mill run boards aud strips nt $17.00; 35 m lath at $9.60. Bchr Fashion, from Muskegon, 130 m common boards and 26 m Jtolhat $3.60., Sold by Martin, .. 23.00 .. 0.60® 4.00 .. 2.000 2.CP „ . . LUMfiKB FUEIOTITS. Manistee, SO.OO I LmUngton, $3.70; Muskegon, $3.35: Oconto, $3.60; Menominee, $2.60@2,83; Ponlwator $9.G0®5.70; White Lake, $2.80@3.76; oVaid HavoS ’ AT THB BAUDS. The yard Irndo oonllnnos active, and all tho higher grades of lumber are firm. Joist, scantling, fencing, and common boards ore lower. Now quoted at $19,60 014.00. Srlcsoro made now and ihen at $13.00 front tho docks. In these grades tho outside quotations are intended for dry lumber and tho Inside for green. Hardwood Is In fair request and steady. We quote .• first clear. $52.00 @60.00 Second clear, 1 Inch to 9 inch 47.00 @ 60.00 : mi*)**? c cttr » l ln °h 39.M @40.00 Third clear, thick 43.00 @45.00 Clear flooring, Ist and 3d together, rough,. 40.00 @43.00 Clear siding, Ist and 2d together 23.00 @34.00 common siding 20.00 @21.00 uommon flooring, dressed, first 30.00 @38.00 common flooring, dressed, second.... 28.00 @30.00 Wagon-box boards, selected, 14 inches and upward .• 37.00 @40.00 £ Btoc £ boards ; 30.00 @38.00 n «°ek boards .....20.00 @28.00 o stock boards 16.00 @20.00 Common boards ; 13.60 @14.00 Joist, scantling, small timber, fencing, etc., 10 foot and under... 13.60 @14.00 Joist and scantling, 18 to 34 feet 15.00 @20.00 SrtSta’H.*” H.OO ®15.00 Oed.rpoata, round 17,00 gas.oo ? 0 n V I (j“?“ 1 ’ ' ">d"Blra" "!"!""!!!" ?!to ® 100 , SBz?EE :: = • shingles to be two Inches In thlck- length—Sixteen inches. •nt.-v «r * . hardwood, ' SbS? ~ 0o '“>‘" r «. $100.000150.00; clear, 1 comraoD, $10.00060.00; euU, SOO,OOO 86.00 ; lloo r l Uß> J50.00@C0.00. ” ' ' iT^l^Tl..^? o,oo ® 4o * oo ? common, $20.00005.00: ; flooring, $00.00(340,00. mMjttSSalsi^ -00 ®* 0,00 * * M -00®».00; osStMaSQ^oo^ 1 -' 00 ' common - t2s ' oo ® o^$ P l 1 0^l"6£‘ U- “ )<S * <),00! Emmm > WO.OO03O.OO; Hermit—Clear, $CO.OO@CO.OO; common, $35,000 ' oommo,, ’ ,JS '°° 3 ofeM« OO ®‘ O - OOi common > wo ° stock—Hickory axles, per sot, 11.0001.50 j wagon polos, each, 450850 ; box boards, L _ ARRIVED ju nB x ?- r Tf Bt '. Gnmd Haven, SCO m lumber. SSS ynrJfi Fo Ls lUver * 208 m lumber, 6 m lath, m Bat 0"» Bt * Joseph, 40 m lumber, Sehr T.Y. Avery. Ocoulo, 285 m lumber. Barge City of Erie, Grand Haven, 200 m lumber. Schr Enterprise, Oswego, 890 tons coal, Hchr Two Brothers, Menominee, IBS m lumber. Schr Cornelia. Menominee. 315 in lumber, 85 m lath. Cargo D. L. Eller, Menominee, 400 m lumber. Cargo Eldorado, Menominee, 400 m lumber. Schr Fashion, Muskegon, ICO m lumber. Bchr O, J. Boeder, Muskegon, 120 m lumber. B<dl TltUcCfl * Muflkc o° n » ICO m lumber, 60 m Schr Adriatic, Muskegon, 121 m lumber. Btmr Ogdensburg, 1,100 boxes herring, I ?;, 0, Moßa . r M V flkcffon » l6o m lumber, 10 mlalh. I Schr Minorva, Muskegon, 200 m lumber * Schr Moselle, Menominee, 0,410 railroad ties Schr Minnesota, Menominee, 170 m lumber, 60 m lath. Car* Cleveland, Menominee, 100 m lumber, 10 m lath 2 m cedar posts. V * » Nebraska, Cuffalo, 763 bars railroad Iron, 1,720 Schr Myrtle, Muskegon, 108 m lumber. Barge Contest. Muskegon, 280 m lumber, 60 m lath. Prop George Dunbar, Muskegon, 150 m lumber. Barge Comet, Muskegon, 200 mlumbor, 200 m lath, lu m pickets, » /» | ckr £• O* Oniy, Muskegon, 110 ra lumber. Schr Thomas Howland, Oswego, 483 tons coal. Schr Wm. Jones, Muskegon, 135 in lumber. Schr Game Cock, Muakegon, 125 m lumber. Schr Maggie Thompson, White Lake, 160 m lumber. £0 m lath. Schr E. EUcnwood, While River, 176 m lumber. 20 m lath, 20 pkgs fish. ’ Bark Bobbins, Buffalo, 800 tons coal. Schr Elba, Ludlng Pier, 05 m lumber. Brig Fashion, Cedar River, 180 m lumber. SS 5? Ferguson, Milwaukee, 185 m lumber, C m lath. Schr Westchester, Muskegon, 146 m lumber, 20 m lath Hc “ r Simmons, Muakegon, 210 m lumber, 6 m ' Schr Joses, Muskegon, 110 m lath. ** Schr Pilot, Muskegon, 115 ra lumber. Schr John Tlbboto, Muskegon, 140 m lumber.' Schr Regulator, Muakegon, 120 ra lumber. Schr E. Scovillo, Mtiskegon, 100 m lumber, 20 m lath. Schr Moggie, Two Rivers, 78 m lumber, 25 m lath. Barge Wolverine, Grand Haven, 200 m lumber Schr Lumberman, Black Creek, 140 m lumber, Schr Rob Roy, Saugatnck, 120 in lumber. Barge City of Grand Haven, Grand Haven, 200 m lum ber, 100 m shingles. Bark Hans Crocker, Pcnsaukce, 290 mlumbor, COm lath. * Bchr lilook Hawk, Stony Creek, 00 mlumbor. 170 m ohlnglea. .Tom Bchr J. V. Taylor, Ford Itlver, 200 m lumber, 10 m lath. Both Harmony, Munlaleo, 300 m lumber. 120 codur posts, Schr Mlchoolson, Manistee, 140 m lumber. Prop Chas, Rlotz, Manistee, 160 m lumber, SO m lath. 20 m shingles. * ' Bchr Tempest, Menominee, 200 m lumber. Schr Iver Lawson, Muskegon, ICO m lumber, 80 m lath. ’ Schr Liberty, Muskegon, 800 m lumber. Schr Willie Lorilet, Grand Haven, 150 m lumber, 15 m lath. * BarkO. K. Nlms, Buffalo, 850 tons cool, i CLEARED....... ..Juno 4. Schr Black Hawk, Stony Creek, 1,212 bu oats. Barge Marinette. Menominee, 400 bu oats. Prop Charles Reitz, Manistee, 25 bare Iron, 4 brla pork, i I 4 brla beef, 4 pkgs sheet iron. 1 I BchrFioelwing, Buffalo, 20.426 bu com. Bohr Board of 'Trade, Buffalo, 27,000 bu wheat. Steam barge Robinson, Port Colborno. 15.907 bu wheat. ’ Schr L. O. Woodruff, Buffalo, 05,000 bu corn. Schr Nellie Reddington, Buffalo, 25,304 bu oats. 44.008 buoats. . ' * Schr Azov, Montreal. 12,472 bu wheat. Prop Cuyahoga, Duluth, 25 brla salt, 86 brls flour. 05 brla pork, . Prop Colorado, Buffalo, 1,000 brla flour, 10.000 bu wheat. ' Bchr Oarlingford, Buffalo, 31,000 bu com. Prop Empire State, Buffalo, 16.000 bu oats. 300 brls flour. Prop Fountain City, Buffalo, 20,000 bu corn. Slmr Philadelphia, Buffalo, 700 brls flour, 100 Pkgs tallow. Schr Lake Forest, Buffalo, 22,000 bu corn. Btmr Manitowoc, Manitowoc, 05 dry hides, 004 bars etool roll, 47 bales broom corn, 0 hhda tobacco. 60 kegs spikes, Cattle, Hons, Sheep. , 6,050 12,430 033 . 3,825 16,420 014 . 3.600 14,000 1,000 ..12,875 41,839 2,600 .14,439 28.020 2,804 .10,009 27,804 6,453 Cattle, JTorjs, Sheep. 3,029 6,670 ...... 1,403 8,135 JLako Freights* , wore about jtfo higher than yesterday, qqota bio at Co for com aud tJX'o for wheat to Buffalo: ivo ° n J oaN. Charters wore: To Buffalo—Schr NoUlo Beddlngton (yesterday), outs at itfa ; prop Blanchard, com, through rate to Now York : prop Potomac, corn and oats ou private terms; schr Bahama, com at Co. lo Port Colborno—Barge Mary Robinson (yesterday), wheat at Co ; schr John Breden, corn at * ; ocbr Vf, l). Allen, while being towed through tho river by the tug Union, camo la contact with the Htato street bridge, yesterday afternoon, and both tho bridge and the vessel were severely injured, i —Tho Bphr Guide lost her Jibboom at Bridgeport. Tuesday night, by running it against the smokestack of the tug Louis Dole, —The scbrs William Jones and Gladiator collided about 3 o’clock yesterday morning, near tlio crib. Tbo Jones ou the starboard tack going South. The Jones, lost her Jlbboom and headgear. Zt is not known wheth er the Gladiator was Injured or not, u sho continued on her course. —The flehr Nellie Iloddluglon cleared, yesterday,with over 70,000 bu of oats, Sho draws Z2 foot of water, —llls said that there Isa groat scarcity of iron ore at Ksoanaba, and a number of vessels are detained there In consequence. One sebr has been lying at tbo docks over two weeks. A demurrage of 100 per ton Is allowed after a vessel has waited a certain length of timo —The expedition that wont to the relief of the schr . Nicholson, ashore at Erie, returned with the vessel In tow Sunday. She was docked, repaired, and loft again for Erie that night. The damage received was very light. Copt. Zlico,. who was in charge of tho ex pedition, says tbotr success in gottiug her off so promptly was duo to the kindness of Capt. Ottenger. of the united States revenue cutter Commodore Z’orry. Znfact. the Perry la entitled to tho credit of having pulled the .vessel off into deep water, in which service the cutter suffered damage in tho breaking of a largo hawser end tho derangement of her rudder. On ac count of shallow water, tho Gardner could not got near the vessel.— Dttfalo Exvrest, T^ 0 Mll * ftUkoe Tu ® Oo»«P*uy have contracted with N, Brooks for Uie construction of a now tug of 60 feet keel, 12 foot beam, and 7 feet hold, to bo ready for business in seventy days. .“-The revenue steamer Z’erry was placed In commis sion at Erie on Wednesday last, her cruising ground being tbo whole of Z-ako Erie. . I .Vo. Av. Price, 100 100 U.io 149 187 4,40 37 205 4,60 100 100 4.45 64 224 4.45 02 240 4.25 60 283 4,00 00 270 4.23 60 280 4.50 113 231 4.25 08 200 4.25 03 230 4.25 62 243 4.60 75 200 4.33 63 101 4.35 30 103 4.35 0 1 205 4.Q0 44 204 4.25 39 177 8.75 and prices wero a demand ivaa mod «tliero, —The stmr Manltob.isbrougbt 1,400 brls of silver ore * FmESSi** 0111 Superior, This cargo was valued at lvW|owi LUMBER. MARINE. Start of Olilctigro* IlliNcellnuoouit —Thfl now oleum bargo Argonaut la for sale. ‘ —A gentleman connected with tho United fltatoS surveying expedition ncmls tho Detroit Pont tho foU dated Wbllo Hah Point, May 30,1873: ivuin Wlillo tyi nß - wlndhonnd behind While Flnh ?’ owel, t anti a portion of tli(t Stir- VftiriASltt? Tl < ’, tho wreolc of Iho bargo BatuTn, Novom^? 1 ™lioro about throe miles above hero In«£ SJ?aS r U tB S wW M?«~ dlacovorod Ibobodyofa bftroo Raisin U^ 0, i ab i ~t 5 r » wnM 01,0 ot «“» "CW ™ «*« So ? d £ waß found nearly abreast of e? jsst exnoauro Thrfhnol ll.oro died from ?s» ■'4 w F «“ y . rp a zk;\“JS forehead, auburn hair, whiskers of about throe woS2 growth and somewhat lighter than hair, and hwTbSn aporflon of about five foot' ten Inches In height, 110 had on a dark blue undershirt, a chnrbnrnd overskirt, light pants, with dark stripe down tho legs, brown overall, a brown sack coat, an I heavy kip bools. In his pockets wore f'VMd a tin tob>cco-uox and a while pocket-handkerchief, In which wao tied a small K? i ?l ou ?& ?? Ms description may In nny was lead to his Identiflcatlon, wo shall Iw glad to, forward tho money to hls friends. Tho body waa buried aft found ®* circumstances would allow, near where table. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF TRAINS. Spring Arrangement. SSTo, c ,/ NT S OR „ E „Mf BT , E S N mu-mam VfaH (via main and air lias) Day Express , Jackson Accommodation. Atlaatlo Express.,,... Night Express.. OIUHp BAPUIS AND niNrWATEni Morning ISxpross... Night Express.. *'** HENRY i Gem CHICAGO & ALTON .&$?• Ailf,n <9 <SL LouU Thro Ufa.) new ihort routejTrom CMca Depot, H et! tilde, n«ir HadUon* S W»KtaUn£ , "? lWa K,pr “'’ ana. M 0,,,,,,,,...,,,, Wonona, Laoon, Washington lix* T,?iEifVi(® B . t *.r n Division.) Kan#** City Express, via j ao fil aonvlllo,lll., 4 Louisiana, Mo. Jefferson City Express Pooria, Keokuk 4 Ilnrl'n ICx. . ... MC.pt Monti.,, ,1, SiTlifiSr'^ CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & Sf. PAUL Ri ? er ™<* Cana1.,1,.; 63 South Clarl.-it,, oppotlte Sherman Haute, a r ‘ ul * Mlnnoap- “ISSi”®!?aii'oiiiVn ’° ;B0 ' 1 ' “• tS:to *’ “■•I H? P«iii'i' 'iuumio- “• ■ ol ‘‘ Klellt luma t0:30 p. m. k<i<s p. m.» CHICAGO, BURLINGTON & ( Vpal.-rMaf IMifil,, l„,u am and Canal and Slxteenlh.ili, Jloute, Mo, 69 Clarksl., and at d Mill Ottawa ud Btroator Pass’engVr!! gttbuaue and Sioux Oily Exp.. Pacific tast Line ~ Galesburg Passenger !..!!! Mondota 4 Ottawa Passenger.., Aurora Passenger, Aurora Passenger Aurora Passenger (Sunday)*",*! Pacific I'dght Express Downer a Grove Accommodation Downer a Grove Accommodation „ , . , ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. \ e f*i anJ S° ot Of Tuent)Mteoiu £f?» near Clark, and 11 corner qf Jfaditon, * 31. Louis Express..,,., |t. Louis Fast Lino Cairo Mai) Cairo Kinross,.., *' Springfield Express. tpnngiield Kxpross Jabuque 4 Sioux City Kx.. JubuQUß 4 Sioux UUy Ex.. ttnngbam Paii0n80r..,..., Cank»koo Passenger Tydo Park find Oak Woods. Hydo Pork and Oak Woods Hydo Park and Oak Woods. Hydo Park and Oak Woods, lydo Park and Oak Woods. !yc e Park and Oak Woods. Hy* o Park and Oak Woods. Park and Oak Woods. Hydo Park and Oak Woods. CHICAGO & NORTHWEST JTc*«4 (tfke, comer Jlandolph and JladCion-et Pacific Fast Lino ti« diintoo... Pacific Dubuqna Night Ex. via Ollnton. Proaport 4 Dubuque Express.... frooport 4 Dubuque Express. Milwaukee Afall * JU waukeo Express ?{}| w »uk*e Passongofi Milwaukee Passenger (daily).... Green Bar Express St. Paul Express ■ Mamnotte Express *! 8U Paul Express,., CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND It l Depot, comer qf llarrieon and Shi • 83 Wttt SladUc Omaha, Lcarenw’th A Atchlion Ex £*oru Accommodation , Might KxproM.,, LoATeowofth A Atohlaoo Einrcu UKE SHORE & MICHIGAN SOI Depot, comer llarriton and STttr northteeiteomer Clark and Ham corner Canal and JUaditon-tU. Exproia Accom. via Main Line.. Mali, via Air Line anil Main Line • Special Now York Ifixprow, via i Air Line *fi-rvin m (• Bx P r »«/ ** Air Lino.. fiilßpl m! 11 ? 3 L yr ® sfl ' ▼« Mala Lino,*l9:ooo.m. *J « Hws£'. ccom, ? otlaMon • S:10p. m. * Boutu Chicago Accommodation.. 12:00 m. CHICAGO. DANVILLEI & VINCENNES RAILROAD. *ZIZ"S!& »n.TV <*- IVeiuhl and Ticket ctflct IC3 }raehtng.tou*rt. .■ * 7)40 IL tn Evansville AToito'llsuto Ex..., * 7:00 p. mi PITTSBURGH. FORT WAT NE & CHICAGO RAILROAD. S* y l „ B, £ rCM * 0:00 a. m. 1 Paoiflo Express 65:10 p. m. f . a»t Hue t*0:OOp. in. t* ilall, • 4:55 a. in. * i Valparaiso Accommodation * 3;40p. m. • ; CHICAGO & PACIFIC RAILROAD. „ . . . (OPENTOnOSELLE.) vomer JlaUted and Xorth ilrancA.*!#. . General oßle* 18 Metropolitan iiloek , corner Hawlolph awl LaSalU.t(e. Roiello Accommodation ni»or Park Aocommodatloa. Hirer Park Accommodation. CHICAGO. INDIANAPOLIS & CINCINNATI THROUGH JWwi tht Croat Central Hallroad XUpot, foot of latent. * or tlcktlt and sleeping-car berths apply at our 5 t office, llil Jlamtolph-it.. near™rnn Clark » Canal-el,, corner J/adieon; ft] La,SaUe-4t„ comer JKojA, ington; alto J out of T\eenlij-iecond-tt, Lor Chicago. Arrive at ImTlatmpolJg..... Arrive at Olnolmiatt * 9:60 a. m. 8:46 p, jp, • 8:10 p. m. 8.00 a. tn. *lU:3op. m. 10:00 a. m. arrjvo ttt Chicago at 7:67 a. m., »:35a. m., and SuL?!. I ?.* ol i£, n ? rill *nluK Saturday night tralo to In. dlanapolls and Oiucinnati. South 12ml passenger* can go| Do**fc*° c^oo^ l*ko train at Twouly-eoooad-st. FANCY WOODS. T. S. CONSTANTINE, Importer'and Doolar in VENEERS, Mahogany, Itoaowood, Florida Hod Oodar, French Walnut, Hungarian Ash, Walnut, oud Ash Hurls, &o. 17 South Jefferson-st. STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETINGS. OFFICE OF CMc®, Rock Mil & Paeiflc RAILROAD COMPANY. olDhtoK hr It" oloollon IT. H. IOWA, *’ ' l '^ 4o)f * g*oa m. • 0:15 p. mj 0:110 b. m. • 8:00 p. mJ 3:3.. p. m. [ 0, : 15,P* m. i 8100 a. ml* r9:00 p.m. r’ffwa.mi 0.00 a.m. p. m 19:10 p. m. *fl;QQn. m. CL WENTWORTH, “ mral Passenger Agent.. RAILROAD. xu O) and LouUtaii* ?L?rM“"* a,CT <J/ . UnU>n Ltave, Arrive. *9:15 a. m. * 8:10 p. mV * Oils a. tn. 1 8:10 p. mj I 4:10 p. tn, * 4:lop. m, * 8:10 p. m»‘ * 0:40 a, m. U0:00p, tn, U7;3op. mJ JNbOOp. m. Ii0;00 p. tn. * 8:00 p. nt. P 7:30 a. m.' 7:30 a. m. 8:10 p. ml iturdav, via ) ( and dally. IILWAY. Ticket Offlti nd at Depot* Leave, Arrive, i OUINCY RAILROAD. *a-ar,. and Slxleenlh-et.*' Ticket qfficet in Brigot depot t. Ztavi, Arrivt. • I* 7:15 a, xa. « 7:15 a. m, • * 8:10 a. m. . *10:00 a. m. . * 8:lfi p, m. • :<*op. rn. > * 1:15 p. m. 0:30 p. m. . 1.00 p. m. 19:00 p, m. rll :00 p. tn, *11:00 a. ru. • 6:15 p. m. * 4.16p, m* . 8:00 p. ra, * 2:18 p. m$ * 8:15 p, m? * 8:00 p. mi •9:65 a, raj * 8:15 a. m, * 8:65 a. m,' 9:65 a. mi i 7.•00 a. tn. | 6:00 a, ml * 6:60 p. m. * 7:18 a. m. nl-*(, Tiefce 4 15 Canal-il, t Leave, Arrive, • 8:25 a. m. . + 8:15 p. m. . • 8:25 a. m. t 8:15 p. m. • 8:25 a. m. 18;16p. m. 9:16 a. m. t 9:OOp, m. • 5:15 n. in. •H?lOp. m, * 5:10 a. in. • 7:10 a. m. 4 9:00 a. m. |l3tlop. m. * 3:00 p. m. :«®B. m. * 6:16 p. in. * OslOp. m. *ll:10p. m» * 8:20 p. m. l * 7:65 a. mJ * 4:45 p. *nJ * 7:65 a. mJ * 4:45 p. nj? * 7:55 a. m«* * 3:00 p. w,' t 7:00 a. mJ. * 8:20 p. n«l * 9:20 a. mJ * 6:43 a. m*> * 7:45 a. to# 1 * 8:40 a. m.' * 9:30 a. mJ JlOsWa. m. | 1:46 p. m I * 6dOp. ra. * 6:55 p. in. 1 * 7;40p. mJ fERN RAU.RI LaSalle-tt., i 10AD. and 81 West Ztate, Arrive. * 3:16 p. m 3 , 8:16 p. iu#! *6:30 a. m.- 6:30 a. ia.‘ * 2:00 p. m, *7:00 a. m. *10:16 a. ra. * 4:00p, ni» * 7:40 p. ra» 5 6:00 a. u. * 7:00 p. m. 4.00 p, TO* * 6:60 a. tu. 16:20 a. ni. *10:16 a. ui. 1(1:15 a. tu. 110:46 p. in. 10:45 p. in. * 9:16 a. m. • 9:16 p. m. * BKK) a. to. • 0:30 a. m, • 6:00 p. m. 511:00 p. a. 9:40 a. m. *10:10 a. m. * 9:00 p. m. t9:30 p. in. PACIFIC RAILROAD. Amnaiwli. Ticktt p/fice. Leave, Arrive, *10:16 a. in, * Q;45 p. m. • 6:00 p. m. • m, tll>:00 p. m, t 7:00 a, m. 110:00 p.m. j 7:00 a. n. lUTHERN RAILROAD. •nnaMli. Ticket offleti, and touihieut Leave, Arrive. 3:30 a. m. 6:40 a. m. * 6:fisp, m. 0:00 p. m. ' 8;00 p. ra» 8:00 a. m* 46:30 a. m. 9;83 a. m. 1:50 p. m. Lease, Arrive, * 1:40 p. m, 4 7:30 a. in. Leave, Arrive. I 7:30p, m# i 6:30 a. to* (■*8 :00 a, nw 1 6 :10 1>. in* ' 8:50 a. in* Arrivt. Ltnve, B:O0p.m. 9:10 a.m. 6:15 a.m. lo:fila.m, 3:30 p.m. 7:21 p.m.

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