Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune, 21 Haziran 1873, Page 5

Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune dated 21 Haziran 1873 Page 5
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VF ■f THE RAILROADS. Death of Horace F. Clark, the Railroad King. Adoption of tlie 0., B. & Q, Tariff—The Distance, Bates. The Illinois Central Wallins on the Northwestern—-Probable Rates of the Former. The Progress Made by the 0,, E, I, & P.—An Unfounded Bu rner Denied. The Alton Road—The Station Freighl Tariff Adopted, and Printed for the First Time. Tho Dead-Head Question— The Resolutions. HORACE T. CLARK. Tint DEAnn of the now. nonaoE P. OLAHR, President of tho Lake Shore & Michigan South ern, and Union Pacific Railroad Companies, in New York, 0Q Thursday night, was a startling surprise. Rumors of his serious illness, two days before, had been circulated; but, os he afterward participated in a conference with Messrs. Tracy, Gould, and Scholl, regarding tho control of the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad, tho report was supposed to havo boon sensational, and cir culated to affect tho stock market. Readers of Ibe morning paporo were not, therefore, pre pared for the painful announcement which was added to tho opening quotations of yesterday's New York Stock Board; Horace F. Clark died last night of rheumatism of tho heart. ITS was Bony ■fifty-eight years ago, in Soutbburyj Oonn. Af ter graduating from Williams College, Mass., bo adopted tho law as a profession, and, removing to Now Tork City, bo bocamo eminent in bis profession. It was in bis earlier days, boforo bo bad achieved reputation, while a struggling at* tomey with but limited practice, that bo wooed and won tbo daughter of Commodore Vander bilt. And, as a characteristic story, it is told that, when tbo paternal money-bags gruffly re fused bis consent to so unequal a financial match, tbo impetuous Horace, with more em phasis than elegance, told him to tako bis money and bo d—d,—bo would bavo tho. girl anyhow. Whereupon tho Commodore, always an admirer of pluck and perseverance, quickly relented and consented to tho union. SUBSEQUENT EVENTS justified the oourao. Horace F. Clark was not a child of fortuno merely. Ho bad in bim tho corvo and the abilty to oobioTO distinction. All that bo noodod 'was a chance, and bfo Vander bilt connection afforded bim a fair ono. His eminence in bis chosen profession gavo him a aeat in tho Thirty-fifth Congress, whore bo nerved as a member of the Judiciary Committee. On bis re-election to tho succeeding Congress, be served as a member of the Committee on In dian Affairs. RETIRING IDOU THE POLITICAL ARENA be resumed tho practice of the law. Already, in point of ability, bo ranked second to the Commo dore only, in tho Vanderbilt family. This fact was Tocognizod by tboir intrusting to him the man agement of all the Important logoi cases involv ing the interests of tho Now York Central Bail load. In this way bis railroad career began, and -when tho Vanderbilt party, in the spring of 1870, 4soared the control of the Lake Sboro A Michi gan Southern, and consolidated the two compa nies, Horace F, Clark was placed at the bead as iholr representative. It is true bo did not know bow to run a freight train, or arrange a time-ta ble ; but the man who could so direct tho affairs and policy of a corporation that, Within three years, its gross earnings should increase over $4,000,000. and ila not result, lost year, approxi mate $6,000,000, must have possessed EXTRAORDINARY EXECUTIVE, ADILTTT. Success, naturally, mado him ambitious. Ho aspired to bo the railroad king of tho continent. Ono rival only' ho had, and when Col. Thos. A. Bcott relinquished to him tho Presidency of tho Union Pacific Railroad, it was folt that his suc cessor -was distancing him in tho race for tho supremacy. Ono link was needed to complete tho transcontinental chain. Tho Control Pacific •was practically theirs, having no alternative but to connect with tho Union Pacific. Tho Lake Shore reached from Chicago to Buffalo, and tho Vanderbilt Itood extended to tbo seaboard. Tho gap was botwoon Chicago and Omaha. This to closed with tho powerful assistance ,of Jay Gould, last fall, during tho famous “ corner.” THE TEEMS OP SmiEENDEB *roro dictated. Air, Tracy resigned. In his stead Albert Koop, Mr. Clark’s associate, was elected, and, on tho evening of tho eventful day when hia lifo-dream was realized, tho hand that had just grasped the control of a lino connecting tho Atlantic with the Pacific relaxed in death. His triumphant was his dying day. Of latojroara Mr. Clark presented a venerable aspect. Hia long hair, brought forward and twisted into a curl iu front of each ear, had, along with his full board, attained a silvery whiteness. - Ho was of medium height, some what portly, and of courteous demeanor. Ms MANNER, when not annoyed, was very pleasing; and it was only daring his occasional bursts of passion that ho indulged in profanity. Contrary to gen eral impression, his relations with hia father-in law wore perfectly harmonious, and in all his magnificent enterprises thoir views wore con aonant. His chief of staff was Augustus Schell. Vice-President of tho Lake Shore Company. Bo Belf-poßsessed is tho latter on all occasions that the two wore distinguished as “ tho fiy-whoel and the balanco-whool.” TUB QUESTION 07 A fIUOOESSOH is now* most exciting. Mr. Dovoreux, General Manager, boa just severed his oonnootlou with the Lake Shore, and assumed the control of the Atlantic 4 Great Western and the Vice Presi dency of the Erie. The loss of either would bo ■oriouB} coming doubly, and together, its effect is materially increased, As the Vanderbilt interest is paramount in tbo Lake Shoro Company, it is not improbable that the Treasurer, James n, Banker, another son-in-law of Commodore Van derbilt, may bo given tho Presidency. In the order of succession it would revert to Augustus Scholl, tho Vice-President. THE FUTURE DIRECTION of tbo Union Pacific is of equal, perhaps great er, Intorent. Mr. Clark novor wont over tholiuo until his trip three wooko ago. Uo had not be fore been aa far west as Omaha. Tho Boston interest control tho lino, Mr. Clark was placed at the ho&d to hold tho bnlanoo of power. In tbo absence of any authority upon tho matter, it la conjectured that John Buff, Vice-President, may become President. Those, however, are only conjectures. Poai tlona ap. commanding and bo prominent are neither readily nor hastily filled; and whether few or many mourn the lose, itn effect is so gen eral as to mako it seem irreparable. r.E C M B. &Q. R. R. r THE NEW FBEIGUT TARRII'F pf the Chicago, Burlington & Qulnoy Railroad, publiahod below, will bo of Interest to poraoua living along tbo lino and to tho public generally. An examination of tbo schedule shows that It la baaed on tho pro rata principle oadomandod by the pew law. A pertain rate per mile for tho vorloua plaaaoa of freight hoa bcou fixed, anc} this rate bpaboon applied by aoctionaof 2Xmiloaupto 26 mi'loa and to eoctlona qf 6 milce for distances greater than 25 iniloa. When tho stations do not correspond with tho distances in the sohodhulo, Iho rate will ho between tho rates of thq two pontont distances loss than the higher, and high or thou the lower rate. Rates will hereafter bo, fixed to correspond to tho stations. ” 9 j g:j * § a | f Mltu. . . 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BSJ 184 80 197 83 80.6 10 19 8.50 OS 40.0 85 n0.6‘27.1 85 61.9 10.60 19.M 8.63 70 49.9 83 81.9 27.8 87 33.3 10.90 18 8.76 76 - 48.8 87 81.9 37.4 89 81.7 17.30 18.46 0.88 W 46.4 88 82.6 37.6 41 88 17.80 13.W1 4.00 65 47 189 83.1 27.7 43 87 10.90 14.40 4.13 90 47.0 40 83.9 27.8 46 83 18.00 14.86 4.25 ,98 84.6 37.9 47 89 19 16.80 4.88 ICO 63 42 86 33 49 40 19.60 10 4.60 106 61.2 44.8 88.R DO 61 41 19.80 10.25 4.67 110 57.6 47.6 83.5 32 53 42 20.10 10.60 4.04 116 59,8 49,8|40.8 81 68 43 20.40 10.76 4.71 130 63■•63 49 80 64 44 90.70 17 4.73' 125 02.9 59.9 49.9'88.4 55 45 91.50 17.60 4.85 80 63.8 63.8 48.8180.8 66 46 33.20 IB 4.W 86 61.7164.7144.7 87.8 57 47 22.00 18.60 o.il 40 05.6 56.6 46.6 87.8 58 43 23.00 19 15.34 45 60.4 60.4 40.4 88.9159 49 94.8uU5.60 6.87 60 67.3 67.8 47.8 88.6,00 50 26 |2O 6.50 55 08.3 56.3 48.3 89.1 60.3 60.1 95.06;20.0C 1 6.C6 60 ‘ 69.1 59.1 49.1 89.6 60.4 50.2 25.10,90.10 5.60 a o a 3 (i flit f ? : ; a. tg , 8.00 8.00 1 7.26 10.00 9.00 . 9.00 8,50 7.50 1.00 9.50 . 10.00 9.00 fl.ooi 3.00 10.60 . 11.25 9.93 9.00! 3.00 11.60 , 13.80 10.90 9.85 4.70 12.70 , 18,50 11.86 10.80 6.80 18.90 14.60 13.76111.75 1 6.9014.90 . 16.70 18.70 13.70* 8.00 16.00 . 10.65 14.06 18.05 9,0f. 17.00 10.00 16.00 14.60 20.16 18.16 19.20 16.60 16.50 91.36 19.25 20.85 18.20 17.00 23.80 90.88 33.16 19.60 17.80!23.40)31.40 33.50 50.55118.60.34.50153.00 i: 24.75.22.00. 26.00 33.60,20.15 37.46 34.25 1 37.30:24.76 20.95 38.00136.40] 28.60 2ti.00'81.75 | D0.40 20, (01 D 0.00137.40 22.50|31.86 97.66 5 31.20128.70 23.30 33.80128.T51 82.60,29.00:24.10i34.78 29.90 5 33.85 80.00,34.85 06.25.11.001 05.20.31.00 95.66:37.70 33.10 1 86.50-33.00 20.50 39.20 33.25 ! 87.85133.00. 40.65 84.401 89.20.84.00. 43.15 85.50! 40.50iK6.00,98.8|)!43.00188.60 ! , 41.85'86.00 29.60 46.00,87.76 1 , 43.20 37.00i30.36 40.50 88.90 : 44.50;53.00 81.10:48.00:40.00;] 45.85 89.00,31.90:48.76,40.76, , 46.65|40.00 33.80 40.60*41.50 , 47.50 41.00!33.70 6U.a&!42.25 : , 48.86 42.00 34.60,51.00 43.00 , 49.18 48.00,85.60 61.75!«.78! , 60,00 44.00 80.40,62.50 44.60 . 60.85 44.07 37.30 53.26 46.85; 51.68 48.53 38.25:54.00 40.00 : 53.50 46.00189.20 54.76 46.75 63.85147.35140.10 65.60 47.60 61.16148.70 41.06 60.25 48.25' 65.00 60.00 43.00 67.00 49.00; 65.06 60.06 42.06 57.75 43*75 65.10 60.10 43.10 58.60'50.M 65.16(60.15|42.16 59.55!61.25| 66.30.50.20143.20.00. 00 ;63.00: 65.25150.25142.25160.05 IDS. 05 , 66.30:50.a0|43.a0;00.101C3.10 , 56.35 60.35 -12.85 60.16 53.16 . 65.40:60.40 42.40 110.20162.20 56.45 60.45 43.45 60.20 52.25 , 55.60 50.60 42.50|60.80 63.80 cfi.Driico.DsUa.Bß eo.afi 62.35 65.C0 60.00 43.60 <10.40 63.40 , 66.65,50.65:43.65 60.45 63.45 , 65.70,50.70’43.70 60.50 62.60 . 65.75*60.7fi!42.75!00.66 62.55 , 65.80'50.80 42.80;60.60 52.00 . 65.85 60,86 42.85 00.65 52.65' . 65.00-50.90|42.0t) 60.70 62.70; . 65.96160.95,42.95:60.76,62.76; IS*; So*; S*; 170 DEAD HEADS. THE ORDER CUTTING THEM OFF SIGNED. It would bo expedient.for every man who has a claim upon a Western railroad company fora pass, or thinks ho has, to press it before July Ist. After that date snob ohauoea will not bo worth much. Tho bland officers will then point to tho resolutions signed yesterday, binding them, upon tboir honor, not to discriminate in favor of any individuals otbor than tboir own employes. This result has boon-reached after numerous consultations. Tho most radical of the managers advocated tho immediate cancel ing of every pass, and tho entire abolition of tho privilege. Tho courso would not bavo been as beneficial as at first imagined. Doubtless many passes were actually forced from the officers at the opening of the year wbicli they would have had pleasure In recalling; but the foot that their .intentions would bo misrepresented, and enmity bo engendered by the revoking of courtesies voluntarily extended, induced the managers to relent, and adopt tho four provisions appended to the resolutions. TEE MOTIVE in adopting thoao resolutions is commendable, tho officers admit that a groat abuse has sprung out of thoir liberality. Instead of remaining a recognized courtesy, it has bocomo a damaging license. It creates a forced, privileged class iu .a country whoro all men aro equal before tho law. Tho principle is unjust and inimical to tho spirit of our Constitution. Acceptance of tho courtesy admitted tho imposition of an obliga tion. On that understanding tho passes wore issued. Naturally enough, it was a source of continual irritation to tboso who were not sim ilarly favored. Hereafter employes are to ho tho only free travelers, and thoy oulj on tho railroads served by thorn. THE INCREASE IN PASSENGER RECEIPTS expected to follow tho abrogation of passes will onablo tho Companies to lower thoir rates of faro, in complinnco with tho demands of tho people. Thus tho measure is designed to bo conciliatory, and is eminently just to all parties. Precisely now strictly tho resolutions will bo adhered to is uncertain. Prominent railroad men firodict tho failure of tho movement. Perhaps t will not bo literally observed, but it. cer tainly will enable railroad officers to cur tail ; tho abuse so materially that it will no' longer bo burdensome, and wo have good assurances in saying thoy will not hesitate firmly to refuse nine-tenths of tho applicants who havo hitherto boon chronic dead heads. THE RESOLUTIONS. The following aro tho resolutions as approved. A mooting of all tho Western railway managers Is colled for Thursday next, finally to consider this and tho tariff question. Tho third and fourth provisos subjoined wore tbo result of this week's conferences, Tho reso lutions, as modified, have received tho assent of all tho Presidents of tho Western railroads: ilcsontmoNS adopted at the general meeting of West ern Hallway Managers, hold June 3,1873 : WnxuEAß. It 1b believed (bat tho leaning of free Jiaeaes and the granting to certain classes of people ho right to travel upon railways without tho payment of fare, while tbo rout of the traveling public are re quired to pay, la a cause of frequent and well-founded dissatisfaction, and, in practice, la shown to bo lucou- Blutont with proper railroad management, and Is lu violation of tho true Interests of tbo shore and bond holders ; It Is. therefore, itooired, That from and after the SOth day of June, 187S, the whole system of Issuing free pauses ami granting free travel over ami uikju tho roads repre sented at this meeting shall bo abolished and wholly and forever discontinued, and all outstanding passes, whether season or trip, shall bo recalled and canceled, and that, after that date, no freo pusses or tickets far which tho full regular passenger fare Is not paid shall bo authorised or tssuoif, directly or Indirectly, In any form, hy any railroad company hero represented, or Its agents, over Its road, or any part of tho sumo, to any person or persons, or for any purpose whatso ever ; hut that, aside from the officers, agents, or em ployes of said respective railroad companies while traveling over their own roads and while employed In the Borneo of their own respective companies, oil per sons and classes of persons shall alike bo required to pay the usual and established faro: provided, —'This agreement shall not extend to cases in which any of tho companies signing thio agreement arp bound to Issue passes by virtue of leases of other linos or by existing written contracts• provided, Steond, Tliat Attorneys shall not be considered pm ployes entitled to passes uudor this resolution, unless they sro regularly retained aa salaried otUccrs ; pro vided, 37ilrd, That all annual passes which hnvu been is sued may remain outstanding and lu force until the 81st day of December noxt, but none shall bo renewed or others issued ; I’rovldod, fourth* That each Company may authorize the wives and children of (he officers ami employes of tins Com panies to travel without thp payment of faro on their own foads at the discretion of the President or Bupcr iutondont of the respective roads. JUaolvetS. That Ihu ruilrund companion hero repre sented hy tholr officers hereby pledgo thejnsnlvM to maintain uud carry Into effect the above ruHolqtlutiH In thuir full purport and intent; that they cuuko Ihelrro spoctlvo names to bo hereto subscribed, and that all other rAlhosd companies bo requested to Join In this •ciion ana bocomo mrtlp* liorcto by causing. tholr to t>o hereto subscribed. : ‘ Th ?, tm d«n»lgnod railroad companies «grro rach with tlio other to keep, nlrlclly to obaetro, maintain, imd carry Into effect the provisions of the foregoing, roao inlloni to tholr full moaning and Intent. .. : I Signed by the reprcsentatlvcti of the 1 • Chicago & Northwestern It, R.,. f Ohfcagd ft lowa It, R., 1 Chicago, Milwaukee ft 81. Paul R.'R. t Chicago, Rock Island k rnclflo It. U., Chicago, Burlington ftQuluoyß.il., , , Chicago ft Alton R.R.. • , " lillnolirOentralll.il. 1 This lino boo completed Its now freight tariff. Fait of it, In garbled form, has already appear ed, but wo now print what farmers, merchants, and people generally havo boon looking for with the greatest Interest, namely, the freight tariff between Chicago and the different stations on the. lino. The only table heretofore miule publip has boon tho distance table, which Is not what the freighter will desire to see and keep. Tho fol lowing is tho freight tariff between Chicago and all points on tho road: ; 95.06; 125.1t), 1126.15, 85.20 l ,26,25, l 95.80, 25.85 ; 25.40 1.93.45, .96.65 I 25.60, i' 25.65 1 86,70 .■87.76 125.80, ■jaa.w. 25.90: , 26.051: 62.8 02.6 63.0' 68.1 63.-I 6:1.0 no 10.00 w.oo 65 J0,20 10.25 lu 10.66 10.66 65 10.80 10.80 20 11.10 11.10 7511.4511.45 10 11.76 11.76 33 13.30 13.80 M 12.66 18.69 2018.40 18.40 WiIS.OO 19.95 XJ'H. 60 14.M (0 16.00 15.00 r6 15.60 15.60 iO 16.46 16.00 i0!17.4Q 16.60 15 18.85 16.70 15 19.80 16.90 16 30.25 17.10 >0,31.30,17.90 20 33.16^17.C0 rKas.ioii?.*" 24.7 ft 33..ti11?.70 36.60 24.0 ft 17.00 20.w135.00 iß.io 27.40 36.66 18.80 38.36 26,10’18.W <20.16126.65120.20 ,30.00,87.20120.90 <80.90 27.76 21.60 131.60,28.80 22.80 >22.36138.66 28.00 l 83.16120.40 23.70 >33.90 30.06,34.40 131.70 30.G0 26.00 >;36.46'31.06 1 25.50 136.35.31.60 36.40 > 37.00 R3.10'36.00 |,87.80{53.6ft|2ft.80 > 38.60!83.90 26.00 1:30.40,34.76:30.20 <40.16 35.80 26.40 41.00 36.80 26.60 |41.70|56.90<26.£0 1:43.00,86.00 27.00 > 42.06,86.06:37.30 142.10.36.10.27.40 i 43,16 86.16 37.60 42.20 36.20 27.W •12.25 30.329.00 42.30 30.80 28.20 42.85:80.86 29.40 i 42.40:36.40 29.60 42.45,30.46 29.60 <42.60.30.50 29.00 42.65 88.65 29.20 42.60 30.60 29,40 42.66 38.65 29.60 1.42.70 36.70 39.80 >:4a.76;56.?5 00.00 In dollars, poroar load, weight not to exceed 90,000 lbs. : Coal mined on Co's Line, per ear, not exe'diny 10 tone ■ Clou D. Clan C.......i..,. ’ Clan S Clan A Sheep per car (single deeJt). Cattle and hoys, per ear..,. Common lumber, per ear. Mrr.-rg. 12.0;8umm1t... 15.00 14.00 10.90 17.00 15.76 12.76 10.00 8.90 16.7iFnUanabeo 16.00 16.00 11.10 13.00 16.50 13.60 10.50 9.60 18.0 W Springs 17.00 16.00 12.10il».oo 17.25 14.25 11.00 0.75 26.6 liomont... 18.60 17.60 18.00 22.00 19.60 16.00 13.60 10.06 83.6 Lockport. 19.35 19.00 15.00 25.00 21.75 17.60 14.00 11.W 87.7. 1n1ine 19.76,90.00 16.00 27.00 23.25|18.60 15.00 12.10 46.4 Klwood ... 20.60:31.70 17.80 30.40 25.60 20.00 16,00 18,10 43.0 Hampton. 20.85,32.20 18.20jf11.40 20.36 21,35 17.35 18.40 W.O Wllm’gt'n 2I.SUiM.BO 18.801fcJ.00127.461M.18 18.46 18.75 67.5 llraltwootilQMS ZJ.SOJO.BO 33.60 27.87 22.87 18.87 14.60 61.4 JtraaoTillo 32.80 31.30.20.3C;34.50 23.67'23.72 19.72 14.80 : 65.0 Gardner, 23.0U.26.d0 31.00 53.00 29.35,31.25 20.25 16.00 71.0 Dwight.. 34.80 28.80 23.80,86,80 30.80'35.80 31.60 16,00 61.4 Novada . .12i1.80|2f1. 15,94.16 88.30 39.30 37.30 ‘AM* ’'©a 83.0 131'kitono 127.60 38.80 31.80 33.60 39.60 28.60,33.70 17.30 99.4 Hmtthd’lo 28.60 29.25126.35{40.60 84.60 < 29.60;94.60i17.75 96.3.Strostor . 29.20)29.60 25.60 41.20 85.20 80.20 25.20 18.10 100.2'Ilradford 80.00 30.00 Ufl.CO 42.00 M.00|71,00 26.1X1110.60 103.4 Gsrtiold.. 30.70 30.35'20.3S 42.85186.35:81.85 36.35 18.85 108.8lwonona.. 81.80 30.D0(a6.W 42.w'30.90 31.9f1!26.P0 19.40 111.9,Evan5.... 83.40181.a0.27.20 43.20,87.20 83.20.37.20 19.70 118.8, Varna ... 83.60,31.80(27.80 43.80 87.f10|82.80i27.80 1 20.a0 122.8, Kpmanco 34.40,39.20 28.20 44.20 38.20,83.20 28.20,20.70 127.7 Woahb’rn 85.35faa.75i28.75i44.76180.75 33.75‘28.75 21.80 181.1 Low Point 36.60;83.08,29.06 46.10,80.10 31.10;2D.10 ! 21.60 182.9 Oazonovlft 85.60;83.18;29.16 46.80 89.30'34.30,29.80 21.80 137.2,Matnmora'Sfl. 2083.85 129.SS'-|R.7O 89.70^&4.70f29.70’2a.20 70146,40 40.40,3.5.40 80.40 ( '22,J10 12B.0;I<acon ~..j85.30;82.8o)28.eol 4 4.8o!88.80 33.80,20.80 31.80 82.U|OdoIl 180.40128.30,24.30138.40)83.40 27.40 22.80 16.70 87.4 Cayuga,.. 27.60 28.75 21.75 89.60 83.60 28.60 23.62 17.35 99.8 Pontlao .. 28.40 29.90 36,20 40.40 31.40 29.40 24.40 17.70 97.8 Oooya .... 29.6(1 29.80 26.60,41.60 85.60 30.60 25.60 18.30 02.6 Ohonoa... 80.60 30.85 26.25 43.85 86.25 31.25 36.26 18.75 lO.eiLoxlngt’n 83.10 81.05 27.05 43.05 87.06 33.06 27.05 19.75 lß.6|Towanda. 83.70 31.85 27.85 48.85 87.85 82.86 27.85 SO 35 24.0 Normal... 34.80 89.40 28.40 44.40 88.40 83.40 23.40 20.90 26.0 illiKitng’n 85.10,32.60(23.60 4-1.60 83.60 33.60 28.60 81.10 183.0 Shirley.., 85.80 83.16 29.15 45.T10 89.80 31.80 29.80 31 80 86.5 P. Grpvo. 86.16 83.03 29.82 45.66 89.65 31.65 29.65 22.16 141.4 MoLoan.. 86.65 83.67 29.67(46.16 40.16186.16 80.15 23.65 40.0 Atlanta .. 87.10 83.80 29.80 40.60 40.60135.60 80.60 33.10 60.0 Lnwndtla 87.60 34.00 80.00 47.00 41.00 Bfl.oo 81.00 23.60 186.8 Lincoln .. 38.20,84.35 00.36 47.70,41,70 86.70 81.70 24.20 164.0 Hr0ftdw011'1M.90184.06180,66:48.40,42,40,87.40 83.40 34.90 167.6 Elkhart. 39.13 84.76180.76 48.76:49.76 87.76 89.75 35.35 173.6 Wlll’vlllo. 89.40 84.66 80.89 49.80 48.80 88.80 83 80 25.85 178 8 Sherman. 39.65 84.96 80,00 49.80 43.80 88.80 83.80 26.80 186.0 Hpr’gtlcld 40.00 33,10 11.10 60.20 44.20 89.90 84.20 27.00 1117/0 Woodfildo 40.20 85,20 iII.SO 60.40 44.40 69.40 31.40 27.85 193.8 Chatham. 40.80 55.80 SI.3U 50.60 44.60 39.60 31.60 27.45 900.0 Auburn .. 40.40 36.40 31.40 60.80 44.80 39.80 84.80 27.75 200.4 Virdeu ... 40.60 35.60131.60 31.00 46.00 40.00 85.00 M.Ofi 210.0 Girard.... 40.60 85.60 81.60 61,90 46.20 40.20 86.20 28.25 214.0 Nllwood.. 40.70 30.70 31.70 61.40 46.40 40.40 36.40* 28.45 .220,3 Carllnvt'ls 40,86 86.86(81,85 61.70 46,70 40.70 86.70 28.90 229.6 Macoupin 4 .00 30.00 83.00 69.00 46.00 41.00 StJ.OO 29.25 233.9 Plalnvfow 4 .10 80.10 32.10 69.20 49.20 41.20 80.2Q 29.46 £<7.7 Shipman. 4 .16 88.15 39.16 69.80 46.80 41.80 89.80 29.65 242.8 Miles 4 .25 86.25 83.26 62.60 46.50 41.60 36.60 29.00 2-16.0 Urlehton. 4 .80 86.80 39.80 62.60 46.60 41.60 88.60 80.00 261.0 Godfrey .. 4 .40 86.40 39.40 69.80 40.80 41.80 80.80 SO 80 2M.G Alton 4 .60 80.60 39.60 68.00 47.00 42.00 87.00 80.60 2U0.6 Milton.... 6 .60 86.60 39.60 68.20 47,80 43,30 37,20 &0.80 an.fl MCUUJ 4 .65 36.66 39.66 63.80 4?!S 42.80 67.5) SIS 869.8 MltohoU. 4 .80 30.60 fcl.Bo 63.00 47.60 42.60 87.60 81 20 273.8 Kinder... 4 .86 30.85 39.85 63,70 47.70 42.70 87.70 81.46 276.2 Venice, .. 4 .00 30.90 32.90 63.80 47.80 42.80 87.80 81 66 JWM) K.Kt,L,.. 42.00 37.00 83.00 64.00 48.00 43.00 88.00 81 76 182.6 0qt0L..,. 8. .76 83.12 M.12 45.25 39.85 $4.25 M 21 76 180.6 Stanford. 80.35 33.49 29.42 46.86 89.85 34.66 29.86 la B6 143.6 Minor..,’. 87;90 KI.7U 29,70 46.40 40.40 86.40 80.40 29 8& 148.9 HottocUlo 87.40 83.96 29.95 441.05 40.90 85,90 30.00 23.40 167.0 Dolovan . 33.20 31.85 80.35 47.70 41.70 86.70 81.70 24 SO 163.6 San Jose. 83.76 81.60 80.60 48.25 42.26 87.26 82.28 Mlfft 165.4 Natrona.. 89.00 34.70 30.70 48.60 42.f>0 87.50 83.60 25 06 171.2 Mason O’jr 39.80 34.82 30.82 49.10 43.10 38.10 83.10 S 60 179.4 Grounv'w 89.76 85,00 31.00 60.00 41,00 39.00 34.00 26*46 187.8 Petorsbrg 40.10 35.15 31.16 60,80 44.30 3d,wj&1.80 27 "0 191.4 Tnllula .. 40.80 85.80 31.80 60.60 4L60 S' 199.8 Ashland . 40.40 35.40 31.40 60.80 44.80 8U.80134.80 27 76 JkW.O Pro [Hide., 40,46 &M6131.46;60.00,44.90 89.90 3l.00|87!90 2u«.8 Sinclair ~ 40.46 85.65 31.65 M.lo 45,10’40.10 85.10 M.15 215.0 Jack' n’lio 40.70,86.70 31.7i)'M.40 45.40|40.40 85.40 ! 8H 60 223.0 Woodson. 40.65 35.85 31,86.51.70 45,70 40.70 86.70158 90 226.6 Murray'lle 40.90-85.9U|81.00|61.80 45.80 40.80 : 8&,80 29*06 £II,R Alanohna’r 4 .00,86.00.82.1X162.0(1 40,00 41.00'50.00 Sll &5 2fW.3 Iloodbo'so 4 .10 32,|0 62.20 48.20(41.20186.90 29 66 289.8 Whitehall 4 .20,80.20 39.90:t>3.40 46.40 41.40W.40 SU 76 241.8 Kerdan... 4 .80 86.80 39.30 62.60 48.60 41.60'3G.60 60 00 249.8 Carrollton 4 .40 85.40 82.40;82.60 857.H Kano 4 .66 85.66 82.66'R3,10 47.10 49.10 ! 87,w S BO 269.0 Jorsoyville 4 .65 3(5.65 82.65 63.40 47.80 42.80 57.80'80 &0 260.7 Delhi .. .. 4 .BOjM.kO 53.8(1;f9J.60U7.6U 49.6Ui87,60 O|,SO 241.6 Drako.. . 4 .20 88.90 33.20 62,40W.40 41.40W.4Q 29 80 245.4 Hapnyv'h 4 .80 85.80'52.8U 52.60 4(3.60 41.60,80.60180.00 260.8 Pearl 4 .40 8f1.40;32.40,52.80 4f1.80'41.80ai.80 1 80 25 265.9 Stewart .. 4 M 86.60 82.60 W.C0'47.00'49.00'87.00 80.60 269.9 N0h0... ~ 4 .flu W.G0,1».t» 13.9(1 tf.SOlti.au'RL&ljSa.Tft 2*>4.7 Ploas'tll. 4 ,70 iW.70 ; 89.7(1,53.4047.40 42.40|87.40 , 31 00 273.6 Plko 4 .05 80.05133.85,63.70)47.70142.70:37.70 81.4g Complalnt' ia inndo of the Inter-Ocean and Times, which, In writing an tho aubjoot of tho tariff aa shown by tho distance table ftlroady.roferrod to. have- displayed lamentable ignorance. With the above station table before him, tbo reader will readily understand tho fpli lowing remarks explanatory of the Oompany’n policy and position In regard to freighters. It has boon charged against tho Company that their rates from Chicago to points immediately near are increased ;•-the following are tho ftmla i To Summit, 12 miles, increased rate, thoro ie po THE CHICAGQ DAILY TRIBUNE: SATURDAY, JUNE 2t, 1873, THE CHICAGO & ALTON. Wheat inlmOt) delivered Co elevator* on Cbm* in car load*. JUGe oin, 4m bulk,dtlt'd to elevators on Co.’* Crock, per 10QBn,, ear loads,' except Wheat. «-? Safi, Cement, Plasier.andStueeo.perbrL 85 brts and leu Qian 7Q brU Bjfc Flour and Meal, per I*l. 106 brU and over. « Fourth C10u.,,,.,,,,,,,, .j. “f 2® • • • S % Second H 5 ' ~~r~. :—; ; J8 ; First Clast..., • “ ” “ 1 83. 86.6 '87.6 '89.0: 189.6 140.8 26.5 88.3 28.7' 29.0 Ibo.b; 1181.3 ■!§!:»! 'BI. O 01.8' 02,3 63.9 ,:87.7 89.6 189.8 ;89.8 '40.4 i[41.0 47.4: 48.6 49.3 40.8; W. 41 &I.8: 57.4 68.C 69.2 60.0 60.4 01.8 80.8 01.3 81.8 83.1 83.6 83.1 , (3.8 66.8 16.8 51.9 66.6 66.8 <16.5.16.1V 67.8 67.8 47.8 86.8' 67.8 67.8:47,8 86,9:' 68.3 68.3 48,2 36.9 68.4 58.4 48.4186.4 1 ' 68.6 68.0,48.6 86.0: 68.8 68.8 48,8188.8! 69. 69.' 49. 37. 69.9 69.i'49. 3:37.9 ■ 69.4 69.4|4f1.4187.4 69.7 69.7149.7 87.7 70. 60. 60. 38. 70.5 60,3 60,3^88.9 70.8 60.3 60.8 88.8 70.6:00.6!60.6|88.6 70.0 00.6 60.6 &i.6 . 70.8|60,8;60.5 tW.B 71.0,61.0|61.0:89.0 , 71.3,61.3 61.3189.2' 171.8 81.8 61.8 89.8! . 71.6,61.6 51.f1'89.6 1 , 71.7 61.7/61,7j89.7) . 71.8 61.8 61,8 89.8 ,73 63 163 140 I . 00.5 49.6 89.6 81.7 60.7 60.7 40.7 82,8 61.8 61.6 41.8 39.9 . (>3.8163.8 43.8:33.4 04.6:64.4 44.4 31.4 . 66.6 66.6 46.6131.7 ,66 50 40 89 67.2 67.9 47.9 85.6 .63 168 48 SO 68.8 68.8 48.8 36.8, 68.6 68.6 46.8 88.01 63.8 68.8 48.0'88.8l IW. 9,68.9.40.9,36.9, 69,1'69.149.157.1[ 69.4!69.4:49.4 : 37.4[ 69.7 69.7(49.7 37.7 ■ 69.8 69.8 49.8 87.8 70. 60. 60. 188. ' 70.3 60.2 60.3K8.2 70.4 60.4,60.4 88.4 ' 70.6 60.6 50.6 88.6 l 70.8 60.8 60.8 38.8 ' 71.1 61.1 61.1 89.1 • 71.3 Ct.R'6l.B 89.8 < 71.6 61.6 ei.6'89.6 - 66. 56.5 57.0 57.3 (7.4 67.7 W. :46.6 >146.8 47. 147.3 47.4 47.6 41.3 41.8! 42.4' 43.0' 43.7 44.3, 44.5 46.1 70.4,00.4:60.4,38.4 70.6,60.6 60.0 2(8.0 70.8,60.8 60.8:88.8 71. 181. |M. i®. 71.G 61.2 D 1.2 ft 9.2 71.4 61.4 61,4 80.4 71.7:61.7i61.7i30.7 trade except to John Wontworth’a farm. To tho next station, Follausboo. IB miles, ibo Company carries no freight at all. To ana from Willow Springs, 18- miles, tho only trade la tho ono arti cle of 100, and tho supplying of two or thrcoiUt tlo etoroa., The bnalnoaa with Bomont, 20 miles, In In atone, and the Oanal oorapotoa with tho Company for that. The trado with Lookport, 83 miles, is Insignificant, and a few cents per hun dred, moro or loss, amounts to; a Tory email aggregate to tho freighters; and an to Joliet, 87 miles. tho people are ab!6 to bring goods from tho. East at the same rate the Company can carry thorn to or from' Chi cago. , To tho Company, on tho other hand, it In all important that those rates should bo aa high as possible, in order to opablo them to comply with tho law requiring that tho rato between ony

two stations shall not exceed that.charged for a corresponding distance la the same direction thus ensuring them tho maximum. As there la comparatively little trado at the points affected, the Company claim that no harm is done to any considerable class or interest. By tho time tho freight, roaches out-In to tho country dis tricts, howovor, whoro every cent begins to toil, wo find tho new rato cheaper} for instance, at a distance of 100 miles tho freighter In charged 1 63 cents aa compared withC9 by tho old rates: at a distance of 150 miles 03 cents are charged os compared to 00 by tho old rates; and at a dis tance of 200 miles 08.8-lOths are charged Tu- Bto’&d of 77 cents. Tho following comparative itable, however,' speaks, for itself. The upper row of figures within !tljo .brace represents the old tariff and tho lower tho new rato: ’ MKtIOtIAMDISB “a " 5? IN CENTS I per 100 tbti • • • perlWlbe. mu... 1 1 * ■lt F F • i ! i ! i'FinJiiMjPStSiUl #, -.j I# id ■id'aii is •*V Vg* ID ilB 18 18' II 14 23 8 lu r- ]U 16 14, i». 10 20 7.4 9.8 « 191 16 18 14 90 M 10 11 . \2B 90 18 15 18 2* 7.8 10.8 ft, 134 91 10 17 33 ,80 19 19 w * {27 34 91 17 20 28 8.9 t1,9 , ru; J27 94 21 19 96 B4 14 18 (81 98 23 IB.S 23 39 • 8.6 11.8 }BO 94 23 9129 87 16 17 » 188 28 85 19.5 24 0(1 9 .13 M j3B 39 28 23 80 40 16 ' 13 w * 187 80 28.6 90.5 28 83 < 9.4 • : 12.4 m 588 81 27 25 89 42 Ifl 18 -MS9 83 37.5 21.6 87 84 9,8 13.8 \BB 83 38 26 W 45 17 10 “• 141 34 33.6 22.5 28 88 10.3 13.3 ‘ (40 88 99 26 86 48 18 20 50. \43 86 29.6 23.8 23 88 . 10.6 • 13.6 (48 85 80 26 37 49 18 30 65. 44 87 80 U SO 89 11 U 100 U9 49 40 86 46 61 23 S7 AW * \63 43 89.6 28.6 88 46.5 16.8 . 19.08 i 69 E9 60 46 ' 88 76 - S3 83 “ w * \6B 63 48 83.6 48 61.6 16.33 19.38 •n, Jl7 67 67 49 62 M A . 81 85 xw< 1168.8 68.8 48.6 80.8 46.8 56.6 * .17.10 I 20.10 In dollars, por car-load, not to exceed 80,000 pounds. Owl mfoed on the Compa ny's line, per ear, r\f not exceeding 10 tons.... Clast D.., Class ff, Class H. Class A,. Sheep, per car, tingle deck Cattle and Hogs, per ear,, Horses and Hales, per ear. Common Lumber, per car, . 6 I J8.50 10.00 12.00 10.00 10.C0 13.00 * ) 13.00 12.00 11.00 9.00 18.00 13.00 10.00 8.00 7.00 10 I 21.00 12.00 12.00 11.00 16.00 18.00 18.00 18.00 6.00 U.OO 14.0918.00 10.50 10.00 16.00 12.00 9.50 8.50 15 I 22.6016.00 16.00 14.00 18,00 18.00 16.00 18.00 9.00 > 18.00 16.00 16.00 11.50 18.00 16.60 13.50 10.50 9.40 SO I 34.00 10.00 18.00 16.00 21.00 21.00 19.00 19.00 10.00 M f 18.00 18.00 16.60 12.60 20.00 10.00 15.00 U. 60 10.00 SE I 2r».M:a»,CO 21.00 10.00m.00 24.00 21.00 21.00 11.00 »••••• J 18.60 20.00 17.60 18.60 22.00 19.60 18.00 13.60 10.60 m 1 27.00 26.00 34.C0 20.00 27.00 27.00 28.00 23.00 11.76 w f 19.00 23.00 18.60 14.60 34.00 21.00 17.00 18.60 11.20 85 \ 28.0° M.WSa.W 99.00 29.00 25.00 25.00 12.60 J 19.60 24.00 19.60.15JK) 26.00 22.60 10.00 14.60 11.60 1 29.40 80.00 28.00 24.00 81.00 31.00 27.00 27.00 18.25 40 f 80.00 36.00,20.60 16.60 27.00 24.00 19.00 16.60 12.40 « 1 80.00 83,00'30.00 28.00 89.00 39.00 28.00 28.00 14.00 : 46 J 20.60 28.00 31.60 17.60 80.00 25.60 20.60 16.60 18.00 M } M.90 36.00 89.00 28.00 33.00 18.00 20.00 29.00 14.75 w 1 21.00 80.00 23.60 18.60 82.00 27.00 23.00 16.00 18.60 1 » I 81.80 37.00W.00 80.00 W.OO 34.00 80.00 80.00 16.60 f 31.60 31.00|18.00 19.00 63.00 27.76 27.76 18.76 14.20 100 I 89.C0 47.00 43.00 87.00 48.00 43.00 89.00 39.00 23.60 1 20.00 33.00 80.00,20.00 42.00 86.00 81.00 26.00 18.60 160 I 48.00 57.00'63.00 46.00 62.00 62.00 47.00 47.00 81.00 J 87.60 43.00 84.00 80.00 47.00 41.00 86.00 31.00 23,60 wvi 1. 64.00 82.00'68.00 60.00 67.00 87.00 62.00 83.00 80.5 ■ **•• 1 <0.40 18.4085.40.81.40C0.80144.80189.80134.80l 27.1 THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL. THE NEW FHEIQIIT TABIFT OP THIS LINE cannot bo . prepared until that of tho shortest competing bno on a park of the route—the Chi cago- & has been decided on, in consequence of that peculiarity of tho now law ithioh requires that tho rate charged between any two points on tho rend shall not exceed the rtto charged for any corresponding distance in tho eomo direction, Tho tariff of , tho Illinois Central depends entirely on that of the Northwestern, ■Whatever rate tho latter adopts on tho oompotlng portion of its lino must govern tho former, for tho cast-iron rule of the minimum rato applies throughout, and it matters not whore a change is mode l;y tho Northwestern, tho Illinois Cen tral moit bo guided by it. Wo are able, how ever, fo announce, on authority, that tho rote K'ii assimilate very closely to that of tho Chicago & Alton, published below for tho first time. DIPPEUENT BATES NOBTUEUNLY AND SODTHEIINLY, Tho General Freight Agent of tho Illinois Lino interprets tho act to moan, by saying that no greater rate is to bo charged in the same di rection, that another rate may bo charged in tbo opposite direction. Hath tho Chicago & Alton and tho Illinois Central run north and south, and aro to some extent in tho same boat as regards tho character of tholr freight, both carrying corn, stock, oud lumber; but the Illi nois Central is so cut up by competing linos that tho question of arranging a freight tariff both north aud south is most difficult. Both linos carry very littlo return freight from tho South. At Peru, whore tho Illinois Central is intersected by an Eastern road, a country is reached where tho Company has to sacrifice its traffic further south unless it can compete successfully with the line going west to St. Louis, which is 09 miles distant. To soouro tho traffic, tbo Com pony, in self-preservation, has to accommodate the fanners by carrying tuolr produce to Cairo, a distance of 176 nffios. at rates as low as It would bo carried by. tho competing lines to St. Louie. This is but ono of tbo diffi culties incidental to maklng.a tariff on cast-iron rules. This Cairo traffic has grown considera bly. and last winter was very largo, much of tho freight going to tho Southeast, but most of it to Liverpool. THE C., R. I. & R. R. R. An incorrect report obtained currency yester day, that the new freight tariff of this road had been adopted, and woa being printed. Mr. Rid dle, General Superintendent, is authority, however, for the statement that thoro la no truth In the report. Progress la making with the revision os fast as possible, and when a few shoots are ready they ore sent to the printers, but only a very small portion of tho rates havo yet boon adjusted, and Mr. Riddle does not hold oaf any hope of his being able to complete his arrangements before tbo Ist of July* To give tho few rates determined upon Would simply have tbo effect of misleading the public, The General Superintendent and Freight Agent wore engaged in revising tbo tariff yes terday afternoon, and ■ such progress wilf be made as is possible when consultations on knotty points are necessary at almost every stop. IX OCXISHAL. In concluding this report of the progress “wo by the Chicago roads toward the linal adoption of the now tariff to come into forco on the Ist of July next, it should bo pointed out Questions of general interest remain to po settled on which the lawyers still differ, namely; tbo Intention of the Legislature os to freight originating iu another State, passing through this State, and ending its journey in another State j and as to freight shipped In ono town for another, both being ift thisi. State In which two roads employed tp transport, namely: one * of ul taking tho freight at the point of shipment aud Uie other receiving it and carrying it to Us destination. When these points have been'de cided, the Northwestern, Illinois Central, and Rook Island will fully doeldo ou-Uiolr rates. OTHER RAILROAD ITEMS, Ban Francisco, Onl,, Juno 20.—Tho sale of Huhtington A Hopklnb* lutorept in tho CoQtm Pacino Railroad la ao nearly consummated that It is given out that a now Board of Directors Will take charge on July 1. Huntington <fe Hopkins retain one share each, and will remain for the present In the Board. The now Board la ! Stan ford, President; Mills, Sharon, Huntington, Boob, Hopkins, and Oohon, Directors. New ions, Juno 20.—Tho death of Horace F, Clark makes John Duff acting President of tho Union Paolflo, and Augustus Scholl acting Presi dent of tho Lake Shore Company. Tho Chicago & Northwestern Hallway Com pany to-day declared a dividend of DU' per cent on preferred stock, payable July ID. The trans fer books will open on July 10. Hvcdal Dispatch to Tho Chicago Tribune. Madison,Wla., Juno 20.—Tho ncwly-launchcd Wisconsin hallway Company, which proposes to build tho railroads called for by tho Land Grant bill passod at tho laat session of tho Logisr laturo, has struck a snag in tho Executive office, from which it oppoars doubtful about its getting off. Tho officers and Directors appeared beforo tho Governor lost evening and to-day, to inquire as to tho kind and amount of security for build ing tho ° land grant rood ” ho would require be fore making over tho grant. Ho informed them that ho should require personal security In tho shapo of a boud, which ho. had prepared in tho AUornoy-Gouoral'o ofllco, to bo used in tho contingency of tho offer to accopt tho land , grant, and which is supposed to bo strong onongh to hold, -imposing » f°rfoituro of SO,OOO per milo for each mile of tho Bt. Croix and Buponor Railroad not built no cpfdmg to tho terms of tho act of Congress and tho Stato law. Tho now railroad mon scorn inolinod to pause and consider, in view of tho lateness of tho season: tho face that sixtymllos of tho road is required to bo built this season, and that an unfriendly disposition has boon aroused by its acta toward tho. Milwaukee A St. Paul Company, with which this company is iden tified. Dethoit, Juno 20.—Tho Canada & Chicago Bailroad bridge over the American channel, at 1 ronton, fa completed. Indianapolis, Juno 20.—Articles of associa tion wore filed with the Secretary of State this afternoon of the Dayton, North Vernon & Louis ville Bailroad. Company, who design building a rood by the most practicable route frdmrNorth Vernon, Jennings County, Ind., to Dayton, 0. . MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. New Fork Financial Nown« New Tobk, Juno 20.—Money was easy at 4®5 on call, .with excoptlous at 3. Sterling was quiet and steady, at 109# for 60 days, and 110* for sight. ' Gold opened at 116# bid, and sold quickly down to 116#, rallied to 115#, foil again to 115#, and closed at JIB#. Two of the largest boar operators have covered their shorts, and appear to be trying to advance the price, but there seems to bo too much of the old clique gold on the market. Loans 3@5 per cont for carrying, and Oat for borrowing. Clearings, $76,000,000. Trcaa ury disbursements, $64,000, Customs receipts, $317,000. • 1 Governments closed quiet and steady. State bonds dull. Stocks opened weak on tho announcement of thg death of Horace F. Clark. Tho first sale of Union Pa cific was mode at 32, a fall of 2 per cent from yester- ■ day, and of Lake Shore at 01, a decline of % per cent. After a abort time tho market became stronger, and a •toady advance followed until after tho Second Board, when prices wore 2VQ3V por cent above the lowest point, with the Improvement most marked In Union Pacific, Pacific Mall, Western Union, Lake Shore, and Atlantic k Pacific, Thereafter a weak feeling sot In and a general reaction onsuod, tho market closing weak with little demand outside the pools, who have been compelled to buy considerable amounts of stock to-day to sustain prices, Tho Pacific Mall Directors took no action to-day on tho question of Issuing tho bonds reported. Mr. Clark hold very few shares in Union Pacific, Income bouds’of that road sold off to 60, with but 65 bid at the close. Sterling, 109, . GOVSIimCRKT BONDS. . GOVERNMENT BONDS. Coupons, *Bl 121# Coupons 'O7. 120 V 6-20s of ’63 U6J£ Coupons; 68 UOU Coupons, '64 110 10-408 113 V Coupons, ’63 117 V Currency 0s 114 V Coupons,'6s (now). ..119# Mew 5s 114 STATU BONDS. Mtootiris 95# Virginias, old 43 Tenueeaees, old 70 North Carolluai, 01d..26 Tennessee*, now 70 North Oarollnas, now.lo Virginias, new 60 Canton 08 Western Union 85# Quicksilver 40 Adams Express 93 V Wells Fargo; 82 American Express... 63V United States Ex.... 70V Pacific Moll 37# New York Central...lol# Erie C3# Erie pfd 73 Harlem 127 Harlem pfd 131 Michigan Central.... 08 Pittsburgh 87# Northwestern 71 Northwestern pfd.,.. 84 Rock Island 108# N. J. Central 105 V Bt. Paul 50V St Paul pfd 71V Wabash 07 Wabash pfd 80 Fort Wayne.,,, 94# Torre Haute IB Terre Haute pfd 40 Chicago k Alton 109 V Chicago k Alton pfd.llo Ohio k Mississippi.. 35V 0., O. & 0 85 V C.,8. &Q 105 Lake Shore 91V Indiana Central 27 Illinois Central 108 Union Pacific stocks. 23 Union pacific bonds, 85 V Central Pacific bonds,lU2# Del. Lack. & Western,losV Hartford k Erie 2# Foreign Marked. IitriRFOOL, Juuo 20—11 q. m,—'Unchanged for flour at 97a 6d®2Bs Cd.- Winter wheat, 12b 2d; spring, 11b @l2n ; white, lie lOiQlls lid; club, 12a 4d. Corn 20*10 d. Pork, 62a. Lard. 39h. * Liverpool, Juno 20—2:00 p. ro.—Breadstuff* quiet. ■Wheat, white, lla 10J@12s. Coru/?2oa 6d. Rest un changed. London, Juno 20—G p. m.—Consols for money, 03 x £ • for account, 02; 5-20 aof ’OR. 02vj do of *67. 02*f • ;KMOs,: 89; new 6b, 89& ; Erie, 50’f. * Sugar, 28b Cd@29B, spot. ■Weather fair and favorable to tbo crons, FoANiivonT, Juno 20.-5-208 gf »C 2, flflV'. Paiub, Juuo 20.—Rentes, 66f 10c, Livekpool, Juuo 20.—Cotton quiet and steady: mid- Orleans, Saloa, 10,000 balofl; American, 6,000; speculation and export, 2,000. Sales of week, 75,000; export, 10,000* apeculotlon, 6,000; stock, 878,000; American, 399,000! Receipts of week, 07,000; American, 74,000 ; actual ex port, 7,000 ; stock alloat, 585,000 ; American, 168,000. Breadstuffs quiet. California wblto wheat, average quality, 111 10(f@12a; club, 12s 4d • red winter, 12a 2d Flour, 27a 6dQ2Ba Od. Corn, 26s 6d. Cheese. 675. Oumboriands, 37a. Receipts of wheat for past three days, 65,000 qrs ; American, 43,000 qrs. Receipts of corn for the samo time, 14,000 qrs, all American, Yarns and fabrics at Manchester dull and lower. Now York Live-Stock Market, New Youk, Juno 20.—Breves—Barely one car-load arrived, making 4,600 for four days, against 4,210 tho same time last week. Tho market ruled quiet at the reduction noted yesterday, aud tho sales, mostly of lato rocolpla yesterday, wore at ll@l2Mo for native steers, aud 10@llo for Texas and Ohorokeo. Tho marketeer dressed hoof closed a littlo firmer tho sales bring mostly atß@lo#o, with tho choicest sides at 110. Sheep and Lames.— Twelve cars or 2,640 head re ceived, making 7,000 for four days against 10,800 for tho same time lost week. Trade was dull with no Improvement in prices. Sheep sold at 6® 6>(o, chiefly 6K®5Mc. and lambs at 7@l2c. Sales Include: 1 oar Ohio sheep, 07 lbs, G‘ 4 'c; 1 car, 87 lbs, Bfio : 1 car, 83 lbs, 6Xfc; 1 car, 81 Iba, sko; 1 car Virginia lambs, 64 lbs, 0c; 1 car Kentucky, 69 lbs 10>tfo; and 1 car Jersey, 59 lbs. ll@l2o. * Swine— Receipts, 2,700, making 13,700 since Monday, against 16,200 for tho same time last week. None of fered alive. Dealers nominally quote live hogs at 6*/ QGjtfo. Oily dr cased hogs wore lu demand at on ad vance of #O, closing firm at 0, J f@7Afo. Buffalo Llvo-siock Market* Buffalo, Juno 20.—Cattle—Receipts, to-day In cluding, 391, making ihn total supply for week thus far 10,779. or 034 care, against 684 cars hist week Nothing doing, aa the yards are boro of stock. Not sufficient trade was done to make n quotable market Solos: 72.1111n01s steers, averaging 1,101@1,181, at $5.80 @6.00; 40 Ohio heifers, averaging 091, at $3.65. Sheep anb Lamps—Receipts to-day, 2,400, making tho total supply for tho week thus fur, 12,400, against 13,000 last week. Tho market closed heavy at yester day 's prices. Rut few buyers were in attendance. Only throe loads were sold up to noon. Most of tho stock in the yards will bo shipped East In flrat hands Western clipped sheep rato at $4.00®5.37jrf. Saloa : 214 Ohio clipped sheep, averaging 08, at $5.00: 20Q Michigan sheep, averaging 84, at $4.00; 203 Indiana thoop, averaging 05, at $6.16. Hoob— Receipts ttwlay, 3,700, making tho total sup ply for tho week thus far, 15,200, against 20.000 last week. Market dull and low ; only ouo load lu yards unsold. Most of the receipts were through consign ments. Eastern buyers wore only ottering $4.75 for good hogs. The only sale reported was 16Q head Ohio nogs, averaging 200, at $4.00, Cleveland Oil Market. PiTTBOUium, Judo 20,—Crudo Petroleum quiet at ReAuod sales, August and September, ’riio Produce Markets. NEW YORK. New Yens, Juno 20.-Ooi v roN—lrregular; prices fa vor buyers ; middling upland, 210. Breadstuffs—Flour heavy and lower, with limited demand j rocoiplH, 10,000 brla; auporflno Western am] “tale, f4.00©5.10 5 common to goon extra. 53.75r* MO 5 good to choice, |0,45(?a7.20 5 white wheat extra V-mm i j extra OtaloTwWfc ; Bt. S JOS @ll.OO. Rye flour qutot, atH.7SQD.7S. Com weal fairly active j white western, fca.B6,Wheat heavy*ami lower on account of scarcity of freight room and high rates asked for checlra for export demands rccelnts •J.“O inis rejected spring. $1.25(31.28 ; No. *2 oSgS t1.«Q1.48; Northwestern spring, *1,4«Q1.60; No 2 Ullwaukoo,>9l.Bo®l.fil; choice No, I do? $1.58* do amber Western, $1.70; lowa spring, |1.65. Ryo Arm or; prime Western, BCo, Barley and malt unchanged; Com steady with moderate demand : rocoliitfl, 20 000 bu ; now mixed Wchlcm, ®4oo i white, 70c. Oats heavy ; receipts, 74,000 lm* Kuos—Dull. Hat—Dull, Whiskt—Lower, at 03tfo. Hops—lu buyers' favor, OnooEuip—coffee steady, Sugar In fair demand • *• Provisions •— Pork duU und lower; new mens, slfl.Bo®lß.B7* l prime moss, 1KU5@17.2f1. Beef quiet nnd unchanged. Out moats dull aud unchanged. Middles Ann ; short clear. 8V(383£0. Lard weak ; steam, 8 16-160 s kottlo, 9*o, Butteo—Dull; Western, 1150523 c, Oiieebe—Firm} Wca OswEflO,June2o.— BmuniTUFrs— Whoatdull; No. 1 Milwaukee, ll.B03l.53; while Canada, SI.BO. Corn qulot at Mo. CINCINNATI, Oikoinhati, Juno 20,—Dukadstuffa—Tloup dull at $0.7537.36. "Wheat dull at $1.3931,40. Corn quiet at 40341 c, Bye qulot at 663660. Oats steady at 03® 440, . Provisions,—Pork nominal at $t0.00®10.25. Bard qulot; hold at B*o for steam 5 B*o for kottlo. Bulk meats steady} shouldors, 6*o 5 cloar rlh, 5 clear, Bacon quiet; shoulders, 7*o; clear rib, 9*39*0; dear, 9*30*0. Whisky—Firm at 00c. CLEVELAND. OnnTOtAHD. Juno2o.—Di«unsTUFF9—Wheat firmer 5 No. 1 rod sold at $1.65. Com and oats nominally un changed. Petroleum—Qulot and lower 5 standard white, IDo; Ohio logoi test. 2‘i®23*o In large way. MILWAUKEE. Milwaukee, Juno 20.—Drcadstuttb—Hour dull, nominal. Wheat steady ; No. 1. $1.23’/ ; No. 3, $1.22* spot; $1.32* Juno } sl.lß* July. Oats steady; No. 3. 38c. ilarloy dull and nominal; No. 3, 65c. Bye dull and a shado lower; No. 1, C2o. Corn In fair domand, hut lower; No. 3, 330. Freights—To Buffalo.6*o; Oswego, 13c. Hkoeipts—Flour, 8,000 brls: wheat, 120,0001 m. : Shipments—Flour, 6.000 hm; wheat, 221,000 bu. . 1 BUFFALO. . 1 Buffalo, Juno 20.—Breadstufvs—Flour In good demand, wheat qulot; No. 3 Milwaukee oluh bold at $1.37. Corn dull, nominally at 41®430. Oats bold at 310 ; buyers at 330 for No. 3. Freights—Firm ; rates unchanged. ttT. LOUIS. Rt. Louis, Juno 20.—Breadstuffr—Flour dull for all grades below choice, and prices lower and unset tled, buyers generally making the price. Wheat dull and lower; No. 3 spring, soft-, $1,06; No, 2 rod winter, $1.66®1.87; No. 3, $1.2031.23. • Com unsettled, dull, and a shade lower; No. 3, 35*@30*0 on track : 87*®380 in elevator and seller August, Oats dull and a shade lower; 280 on track; 38®38*0 in ele vator. Barley dull; lown»sprlng, 600 sucked. Bye dull; offered at 60c. Provisions —Pork qulot and- unchanged. Bulk moats nominal. Bacon qulot and unchanged for Job bing and order lots; shoulders, 7*o: clear rib, 9*o ; clear, 9*Q9*o, Sugar-cured hams, 14316*0. Lard dull; summer stoam, 80. ' Whisky—Steady at 89c. OiTTLK—Qulot and unchanged. Hoas—Lower j tango nt $4.0034.35. TOLEDO. Toledo, Juno 20.—Breadstuffb—Flour quiet nnd unchanged. Wheat dull; No. 2 while Wabash, $1.75; No. 3 do, $1.68: amber Michigan, $1,68 Juno, Si.4BV; July. No. 2 rod, $1.34. Corn dull and a shade low er ; high mixed, 41*£o ; spot, 42c; July 43tfc; August tow mixed, 41o; no grade, 05«fo. Gala quiet; No. 2, Fnr.iarrrß—Dali and unchanged. . Receipts—Flour, 1,000 btls; wheat. 0,000 bu ! corn, 43,000 bu ; oats, 4,000 bit. ( Shipments—Flour, 3,000 brla; wheat, 31,000 bu: corn, 27,800 bu; oata, 7,000 bu. DETROIT. Dnxnorr, June 20.—Brhadstuffp—Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat steady; extra white, sl.Bljtf ; No. 2, 51.71>£®1.73; amber, $1,60: Corn quiet at 40c. Oats quiet at 85c. Louisville—Jimo 20.—Breadstuff a—Flour dull; family, $5.75. Corn and oats quiet and unchanged. Provisions—Quiet and unchanged. Wuibkt—Steady at 89@00c. __ PHILADELPHIA. PniLADF.Lrnu, Juno 29.—Breadstuffb —Flour dull; superfine, $4.26; 'extras, $4.75(46.60; lowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota, $7.00(37.50. Wheat dull; rod, $1.50: amber, $1.01®1.63 ; white, $1.75; amber spring, $1.48#. Bye—Weatorn dull at 75c. Corn dull nnd weak; yellow, 65@600; mixed Western, 640. Oats drooping; white, 44®47c; mixed, 40043VC, Petroleum—Crude, 130 j refined, IDVc.t WIOBiCT—94OO4#C. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, Juno 20.—Breadstuffa—Flour dull and lower; choice treble extra, $0.6008.00; family, $9.00010.00, Corn plentiful and lower; yellow, 680 60o; white, 690600. Oats, 40®41c. Bran—ln fair demand; 700, , Hat—Firm; $20.00025.00. Provibionb—pork dull; moss hold at $17.75. Dry ■alt moats dull. Bacon dull: 7,VoOtt@9‘£@O*£c. Hams, 13tf@14o. Lard dull; tierce, 8-(Q9ifc: keg, 8&®10*. ' ’ Groceries—Sugar and Molasses—No movement. Co flee, 180200. Wiobkt—Louisiana, 02o; Cincinnati, 05c. Cotton—Firmer; sales 1,000 bales \ good ordinary, 16*£®15He: low middling, 17;{018o; middling, 18\o: middling Orleans, 18 'ic. Bocolpta, 543 bales t exports—Great Britain, 3,724 bales; coastwise, 222: stock, 47,095; week’s sales, 12,000; receipts, not, 5,734; gross, 6,844; exports—Great Britain, 10,702; coast wise, 6,584; Continental, 2,657. BALTIMORE. Baltimore, Juno 20.—Breadstuffs—Flour dull ond unchanged. Wheat quiet; Western r0d,51,450 1.55 ; amber do, $1.60, Com—Mixed Western dull at 600. Oats dull; mixed Western, 40043 c; white, 44® 460. Rye, 70076 c. ’ Provisions—Dull nnd nominal. Pork, $17.25® 17.60. Bacon—Shoulders, 8Vo; rib aides, ; door rib, lOOIOVC. Lard. B ; 'fc. 1 ' ’ Butter—Firm and unchanged, , WnisKT—Quiet at 9314 c. Vessel* Pasuod Detroit* Detroit, Juno 20.—Pabscd* Down—Props Tweed, Equinox, Bt. Albans, Bouton. Burkn Krasins Corning, Orphan Boy. Selim Ocunlo Mullon, Gon. Worth, Wrtucomo, D. S. Austin, Walker If. Howard, Mary Higgle, Alva Bradley, Gcrrlt Smith, T. S. Molt, Almlna, Dick Somers, LIIUo Pratt, Gilbert Molllaou, Onondaga Duff. ’ * Parsed Up—Props Prlndlvllle, Arabia. Bark Acorn. Schrs Mayca, China, Eliza Gcrhch, Alice Richards, Grenada, Ada, Medora, Flootwing, Mary Battle, J, 0, Hnrrlaon, • Wind—Northwest. Detroit; Juno 20.—Passed Up—Prop* St. Loula, Alaska, Arabia. Barks 0. K. Nlms. Sunnyaldo. Schrs F. Baker, D. P. Dohhlna, Bival, SLadcrla, Bonlly, Board of Trade, Sweden, York State, Yankee, W. Nicholas. Passed Down—Schrs Bod Wing, Bawaon, Trod Morse, Portland. Wind—south. . ’ Illinois River and Cannl Nows* Special Dispatch io The Chicago Tribune. LaSai.lb, 111., Juno 20.—The steamer Beaver arrived from St. Louis this morning, towing the canal-boat Asia, loaded with wheat for Chicago; IhoJ.D, Leon ard, with wheat for Locknort; the Commerce, with flrtwday for LaSalle; ond the Cataract, from Henne pin, with corn for Chicago. Tho Beaver also lowed blx Ico-bargcs from St. Louis to McCormick’s Slough, and tho caunl-boata LcQrango and Bouchard, light, from Peoria, aud tho Gen. McClellan, light, from Spring Lake, all to Peru, Tho steamer Beaver depart ed thla afternoon, towing tho canal-boats Dlrlgo, loaded with moulding sand, and tho Hiawatha with pig Iron, both for St, Louis, and tho Montana with lumber for Henry. The Asia, J, D. Leon ard, Cororoorco, and Cataract, loaded as aforesaid, and the B. E. Goodell with corn, ond Barge No. 3 with La- Ballo coal, all passed Into the canal; and the Banner and Cuba, with lumber for LaSalle, tho Hiawatha, with pig Iron for St. Louis, and the Montana, with lumber for Henry, all passed out. Six feet of water Is ro- Sorted on tho lock at Henry, and on the Kickapoo ar, 0 feet and 3 inches on the mitra sill of Lock 15, SPECIAL NOTICES. Hofmann’s Hop Pills Hava boon used in thousands of the worst eases of fovor and ague. Intermittent fovor, and dumb-agno, with as tonishing success. They are offered to the public, with full conlldonco In their merit. They do not contain pois onous or Injurious properties, andean bo taken by adult and child with perfect safety. They are sugar-coated aud for sale by Drngglata at 60 cents per box, or aontbymiill prepaid. McLain's Candied Castor OU Is a delicious syrup of tho castor bean, a harmless and reliable cathartic medicine. Also are McLain's Vermifuge Bonbons, de lightful worm candles. Children aro delighted with thorn. Price for either 25 cants. VAN SOIIAAOIC. STEVENSON A REID. Bole Agents, Chicago. Schonck’s Mandrake Pills. Those pills arci composed exclusively of vegetable In grodionts, and although they entirely supersede the use A O , “ ot % VQ , l any °f .its injurious effects. 1 hey not directly upon tho liver, and ara a valuable romo i„» aßeß “f; derangement resulting from a dtsor s™'a i, r organ, Liver Complaint, BlltouS Disorders, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Tyiiholi Eovors. do., do., all succumb to tho free use of bchonck'sMan* drake Pills, tor solo by alj druggists and dealers. The Great Summer Resort In can of Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Oholora Morbus, and Cholera, la to Maguire’s Bonne Plant, a thirty years' rein* edy la tho Mississippi Valley. Tho acknowledged spoolfio in 1819 and 1609. Sold by druggists everywhere. ' Pur© Vaccine Virus* From the Heifer, Dr. J. R. FISHER A CO., 83 South Clark-sL.hropagato from the Baaugonov atooW, through selected uuifers, and respectfully ask PUYSIOIANH to send for olroularc, as tho address of many of.thom cannot bo obtained. Vaccination lee, $9. Dr. Fisher wlUper sonally attend tho office from 3 to 6 p. m. 1 Dutohor’s Dead Shot, 0orl “ ln Uuntll to Uio Vermin. Kill, on touch. doalrojß eggs aud Hosts, root* thorn out. Use lb and sleep In peace. 26 and 60 cents. •'Largo bottles tho WINDOW SCREENS. WINDOW SCREENS. lloora, not Inn llttod, hlnnml, and UtX ilk Wo mikS ci “ k »■“* £.»•«"• IRON BEDSTEADS. Iron Bedsteads AND OHILimiON’S CRIBS, wu,y*t. ir,ci ° r) '' m s “ J> - FEET. CORNS I DB.KKWSON, «Ull old offlllH, USOUrkot. LAOLS, RIBBONS, &o. CAKSON, pnaE & co„ MADISON AND PEORIA-STS., Invito special attention to their very largo and elegant assortment of Gloves, Hosiery, Laces, Ribbons, Ties, Parasols, And Corsets, INTERESTING FRIGES. Groat Bargains in Llama Imoo Shawls and' BaCquos, very ohoioo designs. — Omy a fewnundreddozen remaining of tho , Genuine Paris Kid Gloves, reduced from, i $1.75 to SI.OO. and other best makes Kid. Gloves, in newest shades, all sieon, Hem’s Beamless Kid Gloves, tho bontmndo. Pull lino of Hosiery, in Plain and Fancy Cotton. Lisle Thread, Balbriggan, and Bilk:- Ladies’, Gents’, and Children’s ataos. Summer Underwear in groat variety. Hamburg Embroideries at half (he usual; prices. . Special Bargains in Guipure, Thread, and other Trimming Laoos. Elegant lino of Buohings, in latent stylos. Bash Ribbons, from auction. Plain, Wa tered, and Fancy, at almost half price. Parasols in tho latest stylos, cheaper than any house In the oitv. wo make a specialty of French Woven and Sowed Corsets, Bustles, &o. Ladies who oaro to savo money on thoip purchases, and wish a largo and desirable assortment to select from, will llnd our a took unoqualod on tho West Bide, and unsur pasnod anywhere. LADIES’ SUITS. IDBMTB! In all new and popular fabrics, including. Flain and Striped Satiates, Plain and Em broidered Linens, White and Ooloted Lawns,) Pongees, Sorgos, Mohairs, Oamol'a Hair I Oloth, fiehegos Grenadines, Bilks, &0., &0,,! presenting an opportunity of selection from, an unusually extensive stock, at varying E rices, from the cheaper grades of Lawn and inen, from $5 to $lO each, to the most costly goods imported. Also, an immense and attractive stock of; Worsted, Silk, Lawn and Linen Suits, oi latest mode, much under regular prices, to which we are making daily additions. Chm. Gossage Co., STATB-ST, 106, 108, no. LAKE NAVIGATION. GOODSIOI'S STEAIEES For Kncino, Milwaukee, Slidjoygau, etc., daily, Sundays excepted, 9a. m. Saturday Excur sion Boat for Milwaukee, etc., do'u't leave un til 8 p, in. For Grand Haven, Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Spring Lake, Pruitport, Manistee, etc,, daily, Snudays excepted, 7 p. m, For St. Joseph, Daily, Sundays excepted, Ift a. m. Saturdays, Boat don't leave until 11 p. m. For Green Buy Ports, Monday, Wednesday, ami Friday at 7p. m, Wednesday’s Boat goes ta Esoanaha. ’ EXCURSIONS. H Ptosm Excursion ? TO LAKE SUPERIOR, Lake Superior People's Lino Steamers, dock between, Madison and Wasbiugtou-sU. Tho magnificent low-pressttro Stoaraor PEERLESS.; Oapt. Allan Mclntyre, will leave on a Pleasure Excursion to Duluth (head of Lako Superior), on TUESDAY EVENING, June 21, at 8 p. m. NO CATTLE CARRIED ON PEERLESS. State-rooms secured ahead of time, and further In formation obtained by applying to . LEOPOLD & AUSTRIAN, . .FOR SALE. 12,000,000 ACRES.® CHEAP FARMS ! The cheapest land in market for sale by the UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD CO., In the great Platte Valley. 3,ooo|oo(XAcres in Central Nebraska Now for sale In tracts of forty acres and upwards, on fivo, and ton years’ credit at 6 per cent. No advance interest* required. , Mild and healthful climate, foitUosoll, an abundancO' of good water. TUB BEST MARKET IN THE WEST! Tho groat) mining regions of Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, and Neva da being supplied by the fanners in tho Platte Valley. Soldiers. Entitled to a Homestead of 160 Acres!' TUB BEST LOCATIONS FOB COLONIES I TRUE HOMES FOR ALL I Millions of acres of chnlS* Government lands open (or entry under tho llnmoatuad law, near this great railroad, with good markets and all; the conveniences of an old settled country. , Free pauses to purchasers of railroad land. Sectional Maps, showing ilia land; also new edition of- Descriptive Pamphlet with now maps mailed froo every* where. Address O. P. DAVIS, ■ Land Commissioner U. P. R. R,, Omaha, Neb. TO RENT. OFFICES. A few Very Desirable Offices are offered for rent in the Trib une Building'. Single or in suites. Witn and without Vaults. English Tile Floors through out the Building. Elevator running during all business hours. These Offices are not equaled in the city. The best for all classes of business requiring a central lo cation. W. 0. 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