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Cincinnati Commercial Gazette (Newspaper) - January 15, 1888, Cincinnati, OhioThe commercial Gazette Cincinnati. Sunday. January 15, sixteen pay no improvement in the volume business activity i the Market. Lackawanna made a fractional Advance under a fair demand. The Bank statement an agreeable Surprise showing a gain $5,000,000, although it had but Little effect the Market which closed firm and Dull a Money at four per cent. New Yore january 14.�? special a there was no improvement in the Market to Day to far As concerns activity end volume business. Prices opened about where they closed yesterday and maintained considerable strength throughout the Forenoon. Lackawanna Vul the feature strength making a Good Ira clonal Advance under a fair mar Ket demand. The general Market reflected the expedition a Good Bank statement and made fractional gains. The Bank statement was an agreeable Surprise although an increase $2,000,000 $3,000,000 in Reserve had been looked for. The figures showed a gain nearly $5,000,000, which was represented by actual receipts in Cash. The gain is due almost entirely to the return Money from the Interior and in fact Only represents the beginning that movement for the completion extensive Railroad building enterprises will remove one the chief elements in the Interior demand for Money. The specie and Legal tenders now held by the Banks Are Only a Little More than $.1,000,000 Sevort the amount Beld at this time last year. The publication the statement bad Little Ettelt upon the Market which closed firm and Dull. Money was at 4 per cent. New York produce Market. New York j an nary 14.�? special a the entire absence outside orders Wae deplorable apparent As the feature the wheat Market to Dayr the local traders bad not big new to work and there was practical in no business. The final phase the Market was very unsatisfactory. The scope the Market was Only a. The lowest prices prevailed at the close which was As follows january 91c. February 91%c. March 92%c, april 93%c, May 94%c, june 94%c, december 97%c. Corn continued quiet but about steady. Cash Corn was quiet but steady. Light thousand bushels for Export. The close was steady As follows january 61 a february 61 a March 62%c, May 62%c. Oats were inactive and nominal. Cash Oats were firm. The close was barely steady As follows january 38%c. February 8tt%c, May 40%c. The Oil Market was treated to one those surprises this morning which have become frequent late when any Small commotion in the producing districts creates a a a scared the Exchange. The Start was made at 94c, and in ten minutes time prices dropped to 89c wildest excitement. A cause for the weakness seemed to be new producing Wells w hich increased the nervousness operators and resulted in free Selling orders from All directions. The Market recovered later and the session closed quiet but More regular with prices at 91%bid. There was a More Active and higher Cotton Market Here to Day. The shorts were Large buyers. A Good Quot Deal Huyid for investment also took place. The Market improved 5�7 Points and by old the Advance to he close when ii was Strong in tone spot Cotton quotations were worked up l-16c. Butter Kuti Ana Coffee. Butter receipts Eastern 2,137 package Western 3 3yo packages Market steady Creamery Western 25 a 2c. Imitation �?�2�25e hairy Eastern half firkin tubs20<a27c. Eastern Firkins 18@23c Eastern dairies entire 20@25c, Western ls@22c, factory fresh 15@23c. Eggs receipts 665 bbl 1,607 cases Market weak fresh Eastern firsts 20�l>lc, Western firsts 2d@2u%e. Southern firsts 21c. The speculation in the Coffee Market was Light and purely a scalping nature. The bears began a raid at the opening when prices broke quickly 10�20 Points with some Little unloading. The weakness however did not last Long. After the first Call Here was a Rush to cover do parties who sold at the outset and the Market rallied 15�25 Points leaving off at near the top As follows january 15c, february 14.60c, March 14.?, april 14.22c, May 14.20c. June 14.10c, july 13.70c, August 13.36c, september 13.25c, october 13.05c, november 12.95c, december 12.95c. Chicago Board Trade. Chicago january 14.�? i Crew a May pork opened at $15 10, sold Down to $13 02, rallied to $15 15, and closed at $15 12%. It was not a big Day in the pit but Murray Nelson . And l. Every Ogham a i . Took about 6,000 barrels pork apiece again and the gossip Over the Deal was at its height. Cudahy Ream Singer and we right were top the Market. One incident the pit was an offer by Bloom to take barrels May pork at $16 10, when the Market was $15 57%, and some counter bluffing by Wright. Bloom professes to believe that the Deal is Armour s. He says that he knows where there Are 185,000 barrels Long pork the books seven commission houses Aud makes the list out As follows l. Ever Ingham it pc ., 40,000 bbl w. H. Beebe it ., 25.000 Obla Nash it pc Wright 25,000 bbl Culver it pc ., 40.000 bbl Geo. U Walker it pc ., 15,000 bbl Cougdon a ., 20,000 bbl and H. Adams a ., 15 000 bbl. On the other hand the professionals in the pit after laying the Deai one big trader after another incline now to the belief that Bloom and hebrew following Here and at new York hold the pork. They explain that Bloom when he said out at $15 00@16 pulled Down a great Deal profits and Iro amp mediately began to buy through another . His be Bement denials Are u a Side red incontrovertible nor As settling the matter beyond dispute denials in speculations being regarded As allowable and to be taken ordinarily in a Pickwick an sense. The receipts hogs at the Stock Yards were 14,000 Large considering the Railroad blockade and prices at the Yards were 10c lower. The estimates for next week Are 28,000 Boga for monday and 140,000 for the week lard waa very Dull the May option fluctuating Only �?~2%c, it opened at $7 65 and closed at $7 67% May Short ribs opened at $7 95, sold up to $8 and closed at $7 97. The wheat pit was so Dull that one half in members crowded Over into the provision pit attracted by the singing that was going there for nearly an hour. The May option at $8 41% kept Between a to Aud 84%c. Arid closed at 84@54%e, hot bin Selling and Jones Mccormick a Kennett buying continued. The former a own brokers declare that he had sold out almost All his wheat having let 1,700,000 bushels it go Friday. The opinion in Trie wheat pit is however that this big trader has become the opinion that the Market will not Bull so Long As the crowd believed him to be loaded in enormously and that he has in consequence aide a show Selling out and wants that opinion to prevail. Ream in a conversation during the Day said that he believed that at the beginning the week Hutchinson held 7,000,000 to Siu oooo bushels but that be had sold a Good share it in the past few Days. The receipt wheat Here aggregated Only 10 cars due partly to the blockade. At me primary markets there were Only 46,407 bushels Kansas City accepted while the Export floor included aggregated 234 296 bushels. It is expected mat the visible Supply monday will show a decrease 750,000 bushels. The Days receipt in the primary Market Are the smallest in years. In Corn and Oats the Range Firlo indicates the Days dullness. May Corn opened at �?~54%sold at 54c. And closed at 541�the receipt were Only 61 cars and the estimate for monday Only 120 care May Oats opened at 84%c, and closed at 34%c, and this indicates the fluctuations. The receipt were Only 70 cars the estimate for monday 90 cars. 500 1,000 1,800 1.200 400 800 1.300 a 200 1,500 600 300 1.300 $300 300 300 650 75 150 3.000 500 500 1.000 450 1,000 700 1,850 1,800 300 200 400 Spencer township valued at 66, was purchased by the same at $577 34. The lot 30 by 120 feet part same gub division valued at $460, w As sold to the a ame at $810 67. The lot 32 95-100 feet front in Southwest Corner Section no. 25. Spencer township valued at $888. Was also sold to the same at $592. Terms Gale All the above Cash. The Sale the 17 56-100 acre treat the Ohio River in fractional Section no. 4. Delhi town Bip was withdrawn by order Plain tiffs attorney. A mortgages filed. Euretta g. Cook to East Walnut Hills b. Amp l. .�. $3,500 Edward Doherty it Al. To third Ward b. A. . 1,200 theodocia Cole to Sycamore b. It pc l. . 500 Ollie b. Mendenhall to Joa m. Nathy a Law William a. Little to John b. Bobe. 1,500 Sarah Ann Garrison to Miami township b. It l. . 200 Frederick l. Steele to Auburn Avenue b. A l. . ».a-. 600 John j. Mcdermott to Cincinnati savings society. A. 2o0 Mary Morris and husband to Hill top b. S. A l. .�. 500 John w anon and wife to workingmen a ger Man b. A 8. James a. Litherland and wife to Baymiller Street l. A b. . A a a f. J. Mitchell and wife to Geo. N. Leighton. Same to same .,�.�?z�? Jos. Maurer it Al to John Sehlhorst. Alois Brunner to Louis j. Dolle. Elizabeth Tir be to Warner Eversull. Lucinda a. Long to Eliz. Herman h. Dickmann to fundamental l. A b. a. Ernst Peters and wife to Bernard a. Biere. John Flynn sr., it Al. To j. Whaley. H. H. Brader to Thomas Hulings. Mortgages cancelled. Theodocia Cole to Sycamore b. Ltd 1 . It ame to same. Same to same. We. A. Little to Powel j. J. Mcdermott to j. J. Sullivan a . Fred Scjwarz to Frank Valtz a. Euretta g. Cook to Adam a. Kramer. Michael Dooley and wife to Glendale 9. A. Mary a. Kavanaugh to Hill top b. S. A l. . Same to same.�?-. Lottie Frank and husband to j. B. Wallace it Al., trustees a. Anna m. Macbrair to finance l. It pc s. a Peter Dumphy to Ohio mechanics Institute. Chas. E. Callahan to Irish b. A. No. 1. Geo. Callahan to same. Jamese. Lynch to Eliz. Kemp ii a. Geo. F. Klotter to eleventh Ward b. A. No. 2. A same to same . Transfers. Christian Kinsinger. Assignee to Edward f. Doherty it Al., 25 by 95 feet accommodation Street being lot no. 53 Clark Williams second subdivision $1,000 x Rea Scjwarz to John j. Mcdermott quitclaim to parts lots nos. 3 and 4 Hubbard a Williams subdivision a. I. J. Miller it is. Trustees to Emil f. Baude lot no. 138 Grant a subdivision $285. The Banner brewing company to the Hauss electric lighting and Power company 5 years lease part building situate Northeast Corner canal and Walnut streets monthly rent $41 69. Heinrich Rehbock and wife to Herman h. Deck Mann 25 feet front Belleview Street being lot no. 142 subdivision a j. Browne a estate $612. Ella r. Piatt and husband to Geo. F. Klotter the fee 32 by 75 feet Southeast Corner Browne and drainage streets $1.800. Geo. F. Klotter to John g. Exterkamp same premises $2.800. James b. Wallace it Al., trustees to org. Lottie Frank lots nos. 65 and 68, Riverview Syndicate subdivision $850. Elizabeth Lohmann to Anthony Lohmann 33 by 104 feet East 6ide Carthage Pike being part lot no. 8, Archibald Irwin a subdivision $400. Albert Williamson Aud wife to James a. Litherland 25 by 110 71-100 feet South Side Chase Street 100 feet West mad and thou y Street Cummins Ville $1,500. Elizabeth Waters to John Shea 32% by 25 feet South Side Taylor Street 70 feet East Carr Street a $800. Ann e. Hartshorne to Charles w. Wortman quitclaim to part lot no. 17s s. W. Hartshorne s subdivision $125. Phillipine Strautmann it Al. To Leonhard Geissler quitclaim to 9% acres in Section no. 10, Delhi township $1 and Otner considerations. Leonhard Geissler it Al. To Louise Geissler quitclaim i�7 acres in same Section $1, and other considerations. Same to Ernest Geissler quitclaim to 7 acres in same Section �1, Andot Ber considerations. Quartus Reid to Ellen read 25 by 150 feet the West aide Gilbert Avenue being part lot no. 2 the Whiteman estate $4,000. Henry Fache Erer per sheriff to t. A. Bruhl 25 feet front South Side Livingston Street being lot no. 17, Block a Wade a Dudley a a subdivision 51,666 67. Executors j. Hughes to m. Hand j. Deh Ner 61-100 an acre lick run Road in Section no. 81, Millcreek township $275. Aire. Blackburn it Al. To Peter Gates five Vears lease 45 acres Taylor a Creek Green township annual rent $200. Mary Dardis and husband Rajohn Rembold 25 by 100 feet Northeast Corner Symmes and Marlon streets. Walnut Hilla $400. Same to H. Rembold 50 by 100 feet East Side Symmes Street lying next North same $600. Thomas Hulings and wife to h. H. Brader it Al., a tract land in Section no. 35, Columbia township -$1,500. John Wilson to Eliza h. Fasse lot nos. 35 and 36 Shuster a Wilson a subdivision Oakley $1. Central and South american items. Panama january 5mr. Allen assistant track and traffic manager the Panama financial. Increased animation in banking circles Bat local Banks Fontiene Reserve. To gain in new York Bank statement shows further accumulation Money local securities Are firm Cincinnati Clearing House exchanges. Sauk a a evening january 14. Business in the local Money Market to Day was Active but beyond the increased animation due to the Ordinary course business affairs the closing Day the week there were no new features either importance special interest. The local Banka continue to accumulate funds and the statement the new York Banks shows an increase nearly $6,000,-000 in the net Reserve. The borrowing demand for Money at the local Banks late in the Day was Active and fully compensated for the indifferent Call during the Early Honra. The current currency is in favor the monetary centers As against the country. Rates discount continue firm at 6 Par cent in Bank and 6�7 per cent in the open Market prime collateral Money was obtained at 6 per cent 2@4 mop Tbs time and 5@6 per cent Call. The Cincinnati Clearing House exchanges for the week ended to night Are$11,583,350, against $11.451,600 for the precede Flag week and $11.588,850 for the corresponding week last year. Balances tor the week Are $1.546,700, against $1,562,900 last week and $2,096,300 for the corresponding week last year. There continues to be a firm Market for Eastern Exchange under a Good demand arid moderate receipts. Counter rates Are Par buying and Par Selling while Between Banks there were sales at 25o Premium. A weaker tone was developed for Sterling Exchange although the demand was fair and rates sight Are lower. Continental Exchange remained steady and quiet. Dealers buy sixty Day commercial Star lid Bills at $4 82% per Pound Sterling. Prime local Bankers three Days sight per Pound Sterling is drawn at $4 86%�4 87, sixty Day Bills at $4 84�4 84%, Paris demand checks for $100 513%f, sixty Day Bills for $100 516%f, three Days sight for four Marks 96%c, sixty Day Bills for four Marks 950. Government Bonds ruled quiet but firm the closing rates in new York being 126% for fours and 108 for four and a half the same As those last evening. In Trie local Market there were purchases fours at 126%�126%, and the Light investment demand is met at 126%. Local securities continue in fair demand and Are firm. At the Stock Exchange there were recorded sales before Call 9 snares Little Miami Railroad Stock at 165. 200 shares d. To m. R. R. Preferred do at 160, 30 shares n. A t. R. R. Do at 59, and $5,000 Cincinnati pavement fours due 1905 at 102% and interest. Between Calls 30 shares c., n. A to p. R. R. . Stock sold at 60, $5,000 Cincinnati pavement fours due 19u5 at 102% and interest $5,000 c., h. It d. It. R. Fives at 103% and interest and $10,000 d. A m. R. R. Fives at 104% and interest. At the second Call 25 shares c., n. U. A t. R. R. Stock sold at 60. The preferred Stock the Cincinnati Union stockyards company has been listed at the local Stock exc native quotations beginning monday. In the open Market there were sales $2,000 Cincinnati general improvement sevens due1891 at 109% and interest $500 Cincinnati pavement fours at 103% and interest. $6,000 do fours at 102% and interest $200 Cincinnati infirmary fours due 1892 at 102% and interest and 50 shares first National Bank Stock Covington at 14$. Attention is called to the advertisement season Good a Mayer we icel offers Good City county and miscellaneous Bonds to the Inre amp diag Public. The statement the new York a amp rift to a a gain $4,964.550 in the net Reserve Aud the Bantu Quot cow bold $15,791,275 in excess the Legal requirement. The changes in the averages for the week Are As follows Loans decrease $3,896,600 specie increase $1,808,600 Legal tender increase $8,637,600 Deposit increase $1,926,600 circulation decrease $188,-40u. The fluctuation in prices the new York Stock Exchange were As follows Valuo talons furnished by Lea Sterrett amp. ., 28 West third Street. On new York Par to 17c discount per $1,000. For the week clearings $85,597,370 ,$9,216,043. Philadelphia january 14clearings today $9,301, 794 balance. $1,572,921. For the week ended Day the clearings were 162,501,648 balances $9,186,683. New York january 14clearings to Day ,-065,769 balances $4,961,755. Baltimore january 14clearings to Day 12,081,-528 balances. $260,022. Memphis january 14new York Exchange Selling at Par. _ Asphalt Felt Dement and gravel roofing. A a a Quot a in 8. A a. Car. Twelfth and Plum its. Myi-i83t-Eod-6p 8tate to talk at other Points. New York january 14flour�?recel packages exports 3.458 bbl and 37,576 to prices unchanged sales. 18,600 bbl. Grain wheat receipts 7,150 Bush Export 63,954 Bush Sale 760,000 Bush fumresand24,0u0 Bush spot options declined pc but closed quite steady speculation very slow spot lots weak but very Dull with absence Export interest no. 2 Spring nominal at 91 a ungraded red 91 Vator 92%�92%deliver 94c, no. 1 White nominal at 93%no. 2 red january 91@91%c, closing at 91c february 91 7-16h9l%c. A "1 Dosing at seipts 22,891 icks weak at 91%clu�graded red 9l@95%c, no. 2 red 91 Eele a hmm Rea no. 1 red nominal at closing at 9l%March 92%april 98%c, closing at 93 a 94%r94%c, real estate matters sheriff s sales transactions in City and suburbs transfers ceases mortgages can Celiat Lons a. Messes. Bofinger amp Hopkins have sold to Thomas Lloyd. Lot no. 102 their first subdivision South Norwood 60 by 150 feet the South Side be Fierson Avenue 150 feet East Lafayette Avenue consideration $700. Also to mrs. S. S. Cooper lot no. 427, South Norwood fronting 50 by a depth 150 feet the North Side Jefferson Between Forrest add Williams avenues consideration $700. Mrs. Cooper is having plans prepared for a $3,000 suburban cottage an at Tractive and original design to be erected Early in the Spring. A a a a a a 8chldt have sold for Barbara Welge. To j. And Pancero the vacant lot 30 by 150 feet the Northwest Corner Colerain Avenue and straight Street. Camp Washington at $65 per foot the purchasers will erect a Slaughter House this lot at once. It j. W. Haley has sold for Hen a r. Morris and wife to James Larman his cottage at the Loveland campgrounds containing two room. Consideration 350 Avenue and John streets a pulsing a Good three Story Bunek building containing store and nine Romak annual rent $780. The premises will be used by the Lessee As a wholesale and retail notion store Jacksl schottenfels. We the messes. Cresap a Wallace. Qom sum to s. Mincis the vacant lot no. 86 Cresap a Sudot vision the Lewis it Cochnower tract atom Bry Onville East Walnut Hill fronting 25 by 100 feet the West Side Woodland Avenue. A jus 80d00 feet South the Torrence Road. Consideration $17 Cash per front fool. Valk5r\v messes. Jackson Ltd Villatte has told for Nathan Lehman to Mary Gatto the Resi Deuce and business property no. 192 Clin ton. Situated i a a a Tweed Lynn and Raymiller s a by 100 feet Adel lbs building is a to Bra Itono Brick containing store and ten rooms if be Munich the premises Are under rent at Wallace has dissolved and swim Al i Daft int member will conduct the real feb Siuess Independent each other both up second a tory offices the opposite a a in i 8tr��l Cresap holds Forth at no. 21, and a quarters at no. Is. A a Berl the oily auction sales held pc i Prev uling every bin be by offer Good ?ninkl�by50feet to North Ilde Richmond Street Between Plum Street and Central Avenue containing an old Brick building Little Valoe. Rentina at $16 per month valued at �900 a sort Adolphu t. 1.210. Lot no. 37. Block e. Of Hinmans cottage Hill subdivision was next offered under an appraisement $600 and sold to Ritchie d Dyer ., the plaintiffs at Fco. Tile lot 142 a a Quot a a a a in Street. Terms Cash. The seven acre tract part the John Totten property. Pendleton valued at $6.700, was purchased by the Cincinnati National Bank at $4.66# 6p7urcn,sea by the irregular shaped lot being Pari lot no 19 John Totten a addition to Pendleton valued at $. Was purchased by the same at suit valued Al the adjoining lot to same subdivision valued at $800. Was also purchased by the same if in at 52& the lot 100 by 410 96100 feet Lyle 27 19-100 feet sonic the Northwest Corner a -0n no 25. A january 5mr. Aud traffic manager Railroad has arranged a police escort for every train which crosses the isthmus. The Costa Rica official Gazette published the following december 15 a a the Nicaragua inter oceanic canal company has addressed itself to the Costa rican minister at Washington for the purpose treating with him respecting the canal and to obtain from our government through him the permission which is necessary in a Der to carry explorations in territory belonging to this Republic. A Costa Rica which has always jealously guarded its just rights will continue to do so. At the same time it will raise no obstacles in the was the construction the canal in which the Trade the world is interested. Consequently our government has cheerfully granted the request the company and has empowered it to explore and effect surveys in any part our territory which it May the Greenback question in Lima pern has reached an alarming stage. There is no Confidence in the paper being bought up and there is no Silver in the country. Therefore matters Are in a bad plight. A letter dated Callao december 17, says a intense excitement has reigned in Lima and Callao owing to the paper current continuing to decrease in value. Disorders have resulted in the Market places and in the streets and a regular panic 1 Ecuador is meditating the seizure the Northern part Peru. Peruvians who reside there it is said would be pleased to change their nationality. The Coffee Cron at Antigua will be Small this year and will not it is calculated exceed 2,500,000 pounds. A Lima letter says a the marketplaces and provision shops Are scenes the most painful events. We have seen women trying to buy Good with ten and Twenty sole notes but no one would receive them in payment. The had to be patrolled in Lima and Strong squads soldiers stationed in the markets to prevent the people attempting acts violence against those who refused to sell for paper Money. A meeting in reference to the notes was held in the main Square in Lima december 14. Pickets armed police were stationed at the four Corners the Square. One these pickets was molested by some boys and some Drunken men. The police who finally became enraged fired and wounded several boys. A a among the various incidents the trouble was the appearance a number people in front the Bous it . Sigismund Jacoby an extensive Morley dealer. Stones were thrown at the windows and balconies his residence but a patrol soon appeared and drove the rioters off. On december 10 there was not a single Money changer business House in Lima Selling Silver soles for paper Money. A when a crowd formed around the Palace president Cace res one from one the balconies and assured Al present that the govern Niento was doing everything possible to remove the causes alarm Aad to reestablish Confidence. A in scope in the North Peru trouble was feared As the business houses All refused to sell for paper currency. In Trujillo almost All the retail stores Are closed and the bakery have stopped baking because the holders flour will Only sell for Silver dollars while the Bakers Only hold notes. In the main Market in Lima there Are 1,500 stalls. Of this number 1,300 were closed december 15. The steeples the churches were occupied by pickets to prevent the rioters making a Call to with the Bells and All liquor shops and hotels were closed by the police. The Banks were also closed. A disorders have occurred at Hunt Avelica and to acting prefect senior Apolinario Uji Niga and the treasurer see Isidro Sanchez Bhave Bee 1 darks county s sex Troia nor indicted. Tille o., january 14.�? special a another grand jury after a whole weeks session has a a Arisen in Darke county. They report thirty eight indictments among which Are some for horse stealing Church disturbance Petit larceny fraud and larceny assault with intent to kill. Leander Swainey was indicted in the second degree for the murder Sumner Durant there was Rich soil struck in the Case the robbery the county Treasury a few. Months ago. New indictments Are rendered against sex treasurer j. S. Simon two for embezzlement and one for unlawfully depositing county funds in Sepa Cate Banka Hie son Harry is also indicted As aider and abettor in the embezzlement the county Treasury. There is much More interesting matter in this robbery Affifi Bat the officers have got it nailed Down for the present Bat it is Safe to Eay that there were several More aiders and bettors in getting away with Darke s ready Cash. Some fairly tall Timber will have to fall stocks. Opening 1 1 highest. 1 1 r 0 1 9 closing. J 1 a st at j Central Pacific a 33 33 100 Canada Southern. I a a. 54 h 100 Cotton Oil Trust. 32.s 33> 324 33>,. C., b. Amp a. 128 a a a see 128 100 Delaware Lack. A. 129 �30 129 130 2700 Delaware and Hudson. 106 a a 106 400 Erie. 2�m 2sh re 28 h 1200 do preferred 64 h a a a a a 64t 100 Erie seconds. Vav it 99=4 99jersey Central. 7. 74 784 78>i 300 l. A. 62 62= 61,4 62 h 2000 Lake Shore. 93 93,4 93 1700 Missouri Pacific. 8s 8s4 38 884 400 n. A. 0. St. A. 17>4 a a a a a 174 1 h n. Y. New 38 38 38 Quot 34 1300 new York Central. 108m. A 103 900 Northwestern common. 1083 109 108-4 1094 1000 Northern Pacific. 22b$ 22 h 200 Northern Pacific preferred 47.h 47>� 47 a i 700 Norfolk Autlin Tatarn. 164 too Norfolk and Western pre. 41 <7m� 4 300 Oregon and trans. 22 22�?~4 22 22 49u0 Pacific mail. 37 i a a a a a a a a a a. 37 100 Reading. 65 h 66�?~ 65h 6t>�?~ 11200 Rich. A w. It. Term 23 23 it 23 224 3oo0 st. Paul common. 76 764 76 7800 Texas and Pacific 25.�?~i 25s 244 254 1500 Union Pacific. 67 67 h a it % 57 300 w. U. Telegraph 78 7� 784 76h 1200 Wabash and Pacific. 15n15 100 total tales the Day <3,800 shares. Bonds first class investment securities. For Sale by p. J. Woodhart amp . 71 West third st., Cincinnati 0. Closing at 94%june 94%@94%c, closing at 94%december 97%�97%c, doing st 97%o. Corny receipts 25,800 Bush exports 16,412 bus i sales 120,000 Bush futures and 32,000 Bush spot spot Dull and a Shade Jower options better but very quiet ungraded 60%@62%c, no. 3 69%Steamer 60%c, no. 2 61%celevator, 63c delivered no. 2 White 62%delivered no. 2 january nominal at 61 a february 61%�6l%c. Closing at 6l%March 62%c. Dosing at 62%May 62%�62%c, closing at 62%c. Oats receipts 25,000 but it a exports 10 Duth sales. 120,000 Bush futures and 71,000 push spot spot and options both firm mixed Western 36�40c,do White 40� 46c. Hay firm demand fair. Hops firm California 6�12%c. groceries coffees Dull fair Rio 17%options opened Weaser but closed steadier sales. 36,750 bags january l4.85@15.05c, february u.3o@l4.46c, March 14.25@14.40c, apriil4.15<ai4.15c, May 14.10� 14.25c. June 13.95@14.10c, july 13.60@13.75c. August 13.30@13.85c, september 13� 1325c, october 12.95@l3c, november 12.90@13c, december l2.9g@13c. Sugar Dull and nominal it fled quiet. Molasses Dull Rice steady. _ Petroleum firm United 91 a. Cottonseed Oil quiet at 36@37c dude 41@42%refined. Tallow steady at 4 ll-16@4%c. Rosin quiet at $1 07%@1 12%. Turpentine Dull. Eggs steady but quiet Western 21@22%receipts tv674 pork moderately Active and steady sales 400 Bis. Cut meats steady pickled bellies 7%@7%c. Lard a Shade lower and very Dull Western steam spot 7.72%c, february 7.66@7.67c, March 7.7s@7.75c, May 7.87c, june closed 7.92c, City steam 7.55c. Butter quiet and firm Western 16@35c. Cheese firm and unchanged. Metals Copper weak Lake 16%a Domestic 4%c. Tin steady Straits 37c. Other articles unchanged. Dry quiet but prices very firm for All descriptions Cotton goods. Atlantic a. Brown advanced to 7%c, ditto h. To 7%c, and ditto d. To 6%windsor Gray prints to 6%c. W Orilen goods looking up. Chicago january 14outside the pork pit there was Little activity change to Day. The transactions in wheat were the same character As Friday and prices kept within a narrow Range. May wheat opened a lower at 84%and sold to 84c in the first hour. Buying by a prominent House and the crowd who had got Sciort 011 the first decline caused a reaction Aud by Yoou May was pack to the opening figure. There were periods Exira dullness after this but the Market did not again decline. May closed at 84%c. Com was even duller than wheat and there waa not enough trading in the Market to make it worthy mention. May opened at 54%c, sold off to 54c, and closed at54%<i. Pork was the most Active article the Board at tie Start but even it was not nearly As exciting As for Trie proceeding Days the week the hog Market was 10@15c lower. May pork opened 5c lower at $15 10. The big operators who have been bears right along bought a Little and so id a u Tje. All their purchases were used to club the Market with when it showed signs weakness. May sold from $15 to Down to $15 02%.# scattering buying in Small lots advanced the Price May to $15 12% by 10 30. The ruling figure the rest the session was $15 12%, but occasional raids by local bears would Breas prices Down to $1510, once As Low As $15 05,but there would be enough baying demand to put it us to $1512% almost immediately. The leading futures ranged As follows Lead Dull Steamboat matters. Boats Lea Virg to Day. See advertisements Maysville 9t. Lawrence. 12 . , 12 m. Leave As advertised. . Monday Jan. 16. Memphis Granite state. Wednesday Jan.18. New Orleans Golden Rule. Wednesday Jan. 18. Miniature Almaha. Sunday january 15. San rises. 7 22 . I Moon seta.7 33 . 8un sets.4 67 . First quar., 20th.ll 29 . Wae department Rives report. Signal office Cincinnati january 14. Report the stage water wit i changes in the Twenty four hours ending at 2 . _ 8tation9. La a f 1 j i. A ii 3 r. So i i for stations. �3 amp 11 5 a a v i a 2r a Cairo. 23,7 15 z to. 27.2 a 40 Little Rock. 6.7 8 Chattanooga. 1&29 �2.9 4 Charleston. K83 Memphis. 15.2 18 Cincinnati. 84.4nashville. 18.0 15 Davenport. To new Orleans. 2.6 4 Dubuque. �. Omaha. . Fort Smith 35 7 Pittsburg. 9.7 12 Gallipolis. 19.740 Portsmouth. 28.7helena�. A. A a a. So 7.8 a Hinton. 8.0 st. Paul. To a. Keokuk. F. Shreveport. 18.8 6 Lacrosse. 3vicksburg. 12.6 25 15 Duce Tow pest my Donn at 9 last night. The Montieth and barges Lay Here All morning adding purchases 01 Frozen p. T. Jenkins 81gnal Corpe . Port new amp River and weather dispatches and correspondence. Cold and Clear with the wind from the Southeast. Ther. 20�, to 40�. Here the River is falling with scant 84 feet the Marks last night. The Monongahela Cumberland Tennessee Arkansas red and lower Mississippi Are rising. Rain Snow at 46 stations yesterday including Pittsburg Chattanooga Vicksburg Charlotte Lynchburg va., it. Smith Nashville st. Louis and Shreveport Cit a parted yesterday including the fashion for Pittsburg. Ohio for Memphis and the Commonwealth for new Orleans. The Kate Waters Clifton Josh Cook b. D. Wood Jos. A. Stone Tom Dodsworth Lud Keefer. Coal City Boag Jos. B. Williams lioness no. 2, j. 8. Mercer John Moren raved with Pittsburg Coal tows. The Williams takes her Tow South. The Ark will pass Down for Louisville to Day with Pittsburg Coal which the lioness will take to new Orleans. The 1 Mink arrived from Ashland with Ohio River Coal. Wheat. Opening. Highest lowest. Closing. 77% 77% 77% 77% 78 78 77% 77? a. 78% 78% 78% 78% 84% 84% �4 84% Corn. 48% 48% 48- % 48% 49 4# 48% 48% 49% 49% 49% 49% 51% 5i 54 Oats. 34% 34% 24% 34% a less pork., 14 65 14 70 14 65 14 70 15 10 15 15 15 02% 15 12% Lari 7 4c% 7 42% 7 42% 7 42% 7 42% 7 42% 7 42% 7 42 7 50 7 507 50 7 50 7 65 7 67% 7 65 t 0 it % a Short Kins. 7 70 7 72% 7 70 7 70 7 70 7 72% 7 70 7 70 7 82% 7 82% 7 80 7 80 7 a 8 00 7 95 7 97% . Willi am Sac la inyl7-f--6p new York Money and Stock Market. New York january 14money easy at 3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 5%@7%. Sterling Exchange Dull but steady at $4 85 for sixty Day Bills and $4 86%for demand. Government Bonds were Dull but firm. State Bonds were Dull but firm. The Stock Market showed no change in its character to Day being extremely Dull and though the prevailing temper Wasl Ollish the disposition was to await the developments next week. At the same time the general expectation a favourable Bank statement induced some but lug in the last hour which gave a More animated appearance to the mar Xet for the time being Aud moved prices up Small fractions. The dealings were entirely in the hands the traders fio Wever and the fluctuations recorded possessed no significance whatever. Reading and st. Paul were the Only stocks in which there was any business done importance while Lackawanna showed More movement than any the rest. The Market opened steady but intensely Dull but after that time there was More animation and prices moved up under an increased demand. The close was quiet but firm to Strong at the Best prices reached. Almost Tea entire list is higher but the maximum Advance in the Active list was % in Oregon improvement though Manhattan is 2 percept. Higher. Railroad Bonds displayed some activity. Bale. $1,010,000, which Nickel plate 4s contributed $195,-000. The tone the dealings was Strong throughout though the advances made were generally for fractional amounts Only. The total sales stocks to Day were 50,450 shares including Delaware Lackawanna and Western 2,600 Erie 1,600 Lake Shore 1,825 Louisville and Nashville 1,900 Oregon transcontinental 5,430 Reading 11.600 Richmond and West Point 2,910 st. Paul 7,068 Texas Pacific. 1,708. Closing quotations bid. U. S. Fours reg._126l4 Kansas and Texas 17�i. S. Fours coupons12j4 u/8. It so Reg 108 u. S. 4>s8 coupons108 Pacific 6a �?T95.120 Louisiana stamped its. 89 Missouri. Tenn. 6s settlement 98 Tenn. 6s settlement 100 Tenn. 3ssettlement 6vh Ganada Southern 2ds. 93>4 Central Pacific Sta 114 1�. A k. G. Lists 11944 d. Amp r. . 4sz 77h d. Amp r. U. West lists 73 Erie seconds my. A t. Gen. 6s�?z 70 . Gen. 6s 63 Mutual Union 6s 86 n. J. Int. Ort 9t Northern Pacific lsta.li6.�?~ do seconds .106�?~4 Northwestern cons 13s do debenture 6sl07 Oregon a trans. 6a 94 st. A i. M. Gan. 6e. 90 st. . F. Gen.m.u2s st. Paul cons .124 st. Chi. A Pac. Lists. 117 t. P., l. G. To. Re to. 48 t. r g. To. R to. 644 Aulon. Pacific Sta 113 West Shore �100 Adams exp Reaal .l40 Alton and Terre haute 364 do preferred .72 american express.1074 Bur. R. A no. 26 Canadian Pacific 6o4 Canadian Southern 55 Central pacific_____324 Chesapeake and Ohio. 44 do first preferred 7 do second preferred. 5 Chicago and Alton. �?.137 a Bur. Aqnlncy�1274 c., st. A a. 14 do preferred___________38 Cin. San. K Cleves. 364 Cleveland a Columbus. 51 Delaware and hndson.106 del., Lack k weat i3u Denver and Rio Grande 23 East Tennessee. New 104 do 1st preferred 60 do 2d preferred------224 Erie. �?----284 do preferred. 64 fort Wayne. It. We Orth and Denver Hocking a Stalev 244 Houston and Texas 20 Illinois Central-----1174 ind. Bloom. A 134 Chicago january 14clearings for the weak just closed $55.532.100�?an increase 12.7 per sent. Over the same week last year. There was Little doing in new York Exchange and Ratee were 60�70c Premium. Money rates were unchanged at about 7 percent to the majority Borrower with exceptional loan both above and below this Ligare. St. Louis. January 14 a clearings to Day $2,402,108 balance $413,141. Exal Tange new York 90c Premium. Clearings Lor the week. $17.910,51$ balance $2.686,696 tor last week Clearing 18.234,671 balances $2,431.854 week in 187, Deg Ringa �1m4m87 balance >2,063,594 Boston january 14clearings today. 114096,642 balance >1,508,126. Money 3%@4 per sent. Exchange Lake Erie and we astern 15 in 464 Lake she re. ©4 Louisville Nashville. 624 l. An. A. 3b Memphis 4 Charleston 50 Michigan centrals 844 mil., l. S. Awl 78.4 do second preferred. 102 Minn. A st. Louis. 774 do preferred. 16 Missouri �74 Mobile 10 Nash. A Chattanooga. 784 new Jersey 784 Norfolk a w. Pref a 444 Northern Pacific.�?. 224 do preferred_____________474 Chicago a northwest�?Tal09 do preferred.142 new York 74 n. A. Chi. A st. L 17 do preferred .�,94 Ohio and Miami Sippl. 234 do 7u Ontario and Western. 174 Oregon improvement. 494 Oregon navigation. 914 Oregon Tran Scontine a 214 Pacific mail_____374 Peoria. Dec. A Brans. 214 Pittsburg .1544 Pullman Palace oar�?T404 Reading ____664 Rock island1124 st. A san Francisco 36 do preferred a. 714 do first preferred 1154 st. Paul 764 do preferred1144 st. P., Minn. A u st. Pul and Omaha. 40 do preferred_______107 Tenn. Coal and Iron 294 Texas Pacific. 25 Tol. A 0. Cent i pref. <8 Union Pacific. 574 u. 8. Express�?____674 wab., st. A Pac 15 do preferred 28 Wells and Fargo sex 126 Western Union Tell 784 am to cot sad Oil Cert. 334 Colorado goal---354 Homes take ii Iron Silver a a. Ontario. A % quicksilver a a 13 do 38 Entrom Bui Richa w. It. Term. 23 january. February. March. A a a january. February. March. May. May. January. May. January. February. March. May. January .1 february. March. May. Cash quotations were is follows flour moderate inquiry Winter wheat $2 50@4 25. Spring �1 7�� 4 50, Rye $2 65@310, buckwheat �2�5 75. A 2 Spring wheat 7/%�<c, no. 3 Spring wheat nominal no. 2 red nominal. No. 2 Corn 4s%c. No. 2 oatssl@31%c. No. 2 Rye 62%c. No. 2 Barley 73�s3c. No. 1 flax a eed 81 44@1 44%. Prime Timothy seed $2 45�2 47 mess pork per bbl $14 05@14 70. . Per 100 lbs �7 42%. Short rib sides Loose 7 "0c, dry salted shoulders boxed 5.90�6c. Short Clear sides boxed 8.15� 8.20c. Whisky distillers finished goods Pergal $1 10. Sugars Cut loaf 8@8%c. Granulated 7%c. Standard a a a 7c. Receipts flour. 20 00q bbl wheat. 13,000 Bush Corn s4.00c Bush Oats 80.000 Bush Rye. 2,000 Bush Barley 80,000 Bush shipments flour 16,000 bbl wheat. 12,000 Bush Corn 8,000 Bush Oats,43, Bush Rve 2.000 Bush a Barley 29,000 Bush. St. Louis january 14flour very Dull and steady beat opened lower and a Lively Market and heavy Selling elsewhere caused a further decline closing a below yesterday no. 2 red Cash 82%�83%c, january 82c bid february 82%bid. May 85%@85�e, closing at 85%c. Corn steady and a Little lower Cash 47%bid january 475�c, closing at 47%february 47?a@48c, closing at 47j�May 50@50%c, closing at 50c. Oats Dull Cash sl%�32c, May 32%c. Rve nothing doing. Barley firm at 70@87 a. Hay firm prime Timothy $13@1s 50, Prairie $8@ll. Bran Lead $4 50@4 75. Eggs 18%c. Butter unchanged Creamery 24@30c, Dairy 18�26c. Com meal steady at $2 40. Whisky steady at Al 05. Provisions firm. Pork a new $15@16 25, boxed ribs shoulders 6%c. Long clears 8%c, Clear ribs 8.65c, Short clears 8%c. Hams steady at 10%@l2e. Receipts flour 2.000 bbl wheal 5,000 Bush com 52.000 Bush Oats 37,000bush Rye 1.000bush Baricev 10.000 Bush. Shipments flour 4,000 bbl wheat 10.000 Bush Corn 29,000 Bush Oats 10,000 Bush Rye none Barley none. Break in Petroleum. Excitement verging a Papie at the Pittsburg Exchange. Pittsburg january 14a decline nearly 5c in the Price Petroleum this morning almost created a panic at the Oil Exchange. The Market opened quite firm at 93%c, and in a few minutes advanced to 94c. Heavy Selling was then inaugurated at Oil City and the bears started a raid at All Points. Prices began to drop at once and Large blocks certificates were offered for Sale but there were very few buyers. The Market continued its downward course until 89c was reached when a reaction in and with Good buying values recovered to 92c at 1 clock this afternoon. The break was attributed to the heavy Selling and the report that the Slagle Well in the Rel Boid District put 125 barrels in the tank the first hour. The Well is now doing 14 barrels an hour. The excitement about the Bill ring and in the lobby the Exchange during the raid the bears was intense and a general disposition to unload prevailed. The Scarcity buyers however saved Many from serious Loes As they were enable to get rid their holdings. _ Petroleum markets. Steamers st Lawrence leaves for Maysville at mini Gilt and the Fleetwood for Louis villeatl2m. The Scotia is the Pittsburg packet leaving monday. The Granite state for Memphis and the Golden Rule for new Orleans depart wednesday. was Lively the if Evee yesterday when eight steamers departed and Fleet Pittsburg Coal arrived. Cats. And Lysle Stephen Crump John Moren a. A. Stone and j. W. Stone the Pittsburg Coal Trade Are Here the 51 Innie received a new mud drum and leaves tor Petersburg ky., Tia morn Luthe Boone is coming from Kanawha and returns wednesday. Frisbie a valves have been placed the Nail City. Henry Myers and Harry weeks Are in charge the commonwealths machinery. George Trunnell and James Pagad went out in charge her wheel Jas. Anspaugh de Bateman and Jos. Slusser delegates to the National convention malt Rine engineers recently held at Chicago have arrived Home. Capt. W. H. Meridith stopped Over in Chicago to look after business matters Geo. Blinn a former Well known River Engineer who has been in the Western mining regions for several years past is Here a visit to old . John a Wood in a conversation exonerated supt. Martin in charge the Davis Island dam from the trouble recently experienced there with the wickets. He says . Martin met the wishes the Coal men before the ice came and that was really the cause tue blockade capt. Oscar Barrett has gone to Louis vol a business trip Robert Hen Erickson. Clerk the Granite state has gone to Manchester. O., a visit to his folks. The Joe Williams will go through to new Orleans making a Large addition to her Tow at Louisville she will have Good water All the Way out the Ohio the Illiams continues to carry the honors for having taken the biggest Tow Coal Ever taken Down the lower Ohio and Mississippi Rivers by a single towboat. She is a powerful Tow boat Aud has done a great Deal hard work in her tire James Gass mate the James Gilmore had one his legs badly mashed by having it caught Between a line Aud a Post while the boat was making a Landing. He was taken to the Marine Hospital at Pittsburg last thursday where he will re Nain until Able to get around again. Dixie White took his place As mate the Gilmore. John a. Shank esq., will leave to Morrow for Washington d. <., to attend a session the Ohio River improvement association which . Shank is the president. Among matters for consideration will be that the Davis Island dam capt. Lew Morris is Here again after an absence several weeks at his Home in Neville Ohio. 8pbcial telegrams. Oil City Jan. 14.-Clear. Ther. 25�. Allegheny 2 feet and falling. New York. January 14.�? Tjimis was another Day wild excitement the Petroleum Exchange and for a Short time after the opening the broken were the verge a panic. 80 Uncertain was the feeling that As soon As it was perceived that nope the Large interests had any buying orders the raiders All began Selling and. A a Rop 5%was recorded in the first fifteen minutes. This was followed by a very Sharp rally in which the Price crossed 92c, bul the frightened holders continued to sell and the Cloee was weak 9l%c. The sales for the two hours were More than doable the total the five hours yesterday opening at 94c, highest 94c, lowest 88%c, closing at 91%sales 6,804,000 Bis. Jug Oil City january 14national transit certificates a opened at 93%highest 93%c, lowest 88%c. Closed at 92%c. Bales 2,516.000 bbl clearances 4.220,000 bbl. Up Josburg january 14petroleum irregular and heavy. National transit certificates opened at 93%o, closed at92%highest 94c, lowest 89c. Sap food january 14national transit certificates opened at 93%c, closed at 92%highest 93%c, lowest 89c clearances 3,888,000tbbis. Titusville january 14national transit certificates opened at 98%highest 93%c, lowest 88%c, closed at 92%c. Cleveland january 14petroleum firm s. W. Us a 7%c. Cotton markets. A new York. January 1c�?Cotton quiet Uplands 10%Orleans 10%c. Bales 154 Bales. Futures closed Strong january 10.39c, february 10.45c, March 10.57c. April 10.64, May 10.71e, june 10.79c, july 10.84c, August 10.88c, 8eptsmber 10.45c, october 10.08c, november 9.95c. Greene a cos report says Cotton certifies Tes showed some animation and a firmer tone with quite an upward turn values. Allowing for a Small shrinkage at the opening there was an Advance 10 Points for the Day closing Strong at the big nest figures. New Orleans january 14cotton steady middling 9%c. Low middling 9 7-16c, Good Ordinary 9c net and Gross receipts a Hales Export to great it Britain 8,761 Bales to France 4,421 Bales to the continent 1,057 Balee Coastwise. 1,585 Hales sales 8,600 Bales Stock 407.943 Bales. Galveston january 14cotton Dull middling 9%c. Low middling 9%e, Good Ordinary 9c net and Gross receipts 487 Bales exports to Groat Britain 2,608 Bales sales. 5 Balee Slock 62,723 Balsa. Memphis january 14cotton firm middling it 11-160 receipts 1,18 Baloz shipments $�20 Bales Suk 164,286 Balee Solee 4.10 Baleo. St. Louia january 14�?Cotton firm middling 9%receipts. 2,000 Hales shipments 1,500 Bales sales 400 a took 3,300 Bales. 10 feet and rising at la Ore Coal coming Pittsburg Jan. 14river 10 feet and rising. The Rise is mainly out the Monongahela some the ice la the Toughio Ghent River came out today. Allegheny putting out considerable ice. Clear and considerably colder. According to the signal service it will be colder to Morrow the Rescue spar Ted with a Tow Cal. The Beaver is due to night and she. Too will return with a Tow Coal. The Elnine from Wheeling arrived and departed. The W. Batchelor is due tonight and Katie Stoe Dale to Morrow. The reported drowning Pilot Dawson the Josh Cook is denied by one the owners who says there was no Pilot by that name the boat. The Jim Gilmore which boat stuck most her Tow a few Miles below Here has got it All off and will proceed her trip this evening in the morning. Susquehanna the rampage. Lancaster Jan. 14the Susquehanna River at column a is very High and threatening. The ice has gorged below the dam and is a level with the ice above. If the thaw continues serious damage is expected. 14�?noonriver 10 feet and fall loud till january 14�?cottotgiat middling Wheeling Jan. Ing. _ a falling at Marietta. Marietta Jan. 14river 13 feet 2 inches and falling slowly. Ben Hur for Wheeling 6 . Dawes for Gallipolis 1 . Scotia for Cincinnati 4 . Devol for Zanesville 11 . Courier and Sherley due to night. Clear and getting colder. Hinton Jan. 24new River 2 feet 10 inches and falling. Clear Aud cold. Coal town below Pomeroy. Pomeroy Jan. 14river falling. Bostons for Cincinnati 9 . Up Benton Mcmillin 2 . The Chas. Brown Ark. Anna Roberts Bennett Geo. Shlra8. Hornet no. 2, Eagle and Acorn passed Down to Day with tows Coal. Clear. Ther. 4�?~2v. Coal tows below Middleport. Middleport. Jan. 14�?River falling slowly. Bostons arrived and returned at 8 . Down Charles Brown. Ark Bennett and Annie Roberts. Dpi Benton Mcmillin 1 ., for Pittsburg. Clear and Cool. Barges Kanawha Coal detained at Johnson 8hoala by a Sonken boat. Charleston Jan. 14kanawha 5 feet 4 inches and falling. Clear and pleasant. J. D. Lewis and Annie l. Up with empties. There Are eighteen barges Coal lying at Johnson Shoals unable to get out account a sunken boat in the Channel. The Boone will leave for Cincinnati to Morrow morning. Towboat movements at it pleasant. It. Pleasant Jsn. 14�?River 19 feet and falling. Cloudy and pleasant. Up Mcmillin 10 . Racket 1 . Down Bostons 9 . Charley Brown and Ark 1 . Bennett and Annie Roberta 2 . The John r. Arrived with Coal and returned to mines with empties. The Ida Rudd departed with empties at 5 . The we. Ernst departed for Cincinnati with Tow Coal at 6 . The Woodward arrived with empties took 5 Salt barges to Pomeroy and will leave for Cincinnati to Morrow with Tow Coal. Annie l. Departed for the mines at 6 . The Iron Cliff and Samson arrived with Coal and returned with empties. The Lewis will leave for Cincinnati with Tow Coal at Daylight. The Barge Coal sunk at head Johnson is causing considerable delay to boats dropping out falling at Huntington. Huntington Jan. 14the Bay line steamers Are making regular Tripa. Big Sandy for Pomeroy. 4 . Andes. Pittsburg 9 . Bostons Cincinnati 4 45 . River 22 Leet and falling. Cool tows below Croston. Ironton Jan. 14�?River 26 feet 10 laches and falling. Clear and pleasant South wind. Ther. 46�. Up big Sand 11 30 . Down Tow boats with Pittsburg Cost diam once tide voyager and Nellie Walton Between 7 and 9 . Twilight u . Bostons due. _ Cool tows below Portsmouth. Portsmouth Jan. 14�?Clear and pleasant. River 28 feet and the John Moren passed Down at 7 30 . Up big Sandy 8 20 . Geo. Matheson 8 20 . To . W. Means 8 90 Chas. Mcdonald 1 45 . John Fisher 2 25p.m. Jessie 5 . Down a. S. Neil 9 20 . Little Fred 9 50 . Sam Brown 10 25 . William Kraft 10 40 . Voyager 10 50 . Nellie Walton 11 10 . Diamond 11 40 . Twilight. 4 30 . Goal tows below Ripley. Ripley. Jan. 14�?the River is falling a Little Here. Warm Bright Day. Wind North. Telegraph Down at 11 . Andes a at 1 . St. Lawrence up at 8 ., and Back at 1 . Hattie Brown Down 5 30 . Big Sandy up at Midnight. The Belle Mcgowan lioness James a. Blackmore. Dick Fulton George Wood Comet d. T. Dana and John Moren Down with Coal falling at May Svilis. Mays Luc Jan. 14�?the River is falling. Tea George Wood with a Tow i Corfis passed Down at 9 . The Buckeye boy was up at 8 . With empties. The so Lawrence was to at 9 80 . And Back at 11 30 . The Hattie Brown failed to make a trip yesterday Bat in up tor one trip to Day. Bonanza is a at 8 80 pm. Moderating. Esolat below Louisville Louisville Jan. 14�?River rising with 12 feet 10 inches in the canal and 18 feet Luchas the Falls. Resolute from Fitts Borg passed to Cairo. Clear and Pat anal to. 100 bbl. Aah meal and flour leaving at Noou the Joe Walton and h. F. Of Frisbie. With twi passed up at Daylight this morning. The Mary Houston got in before Day added 100 tons. Firth left at . Wanting about 300 tons to fill out and has advices sufficient below to flatten her out. The e. A. Ragon got in from Nashville late this ., with a full trip Luna Ber pig Iron and wheat and goes Back to night with a fair layout packet freight for Cumberland River Way Points. Packets Good time with fair business. The j. Kerr Boa been chartered to run in Green River connecting at re Chi la a with boats above. There is 77 feet space to Uay under the Henderson Bridge for steamers. River 262-10 feet and Risi ing. Arrived Ragon Nashville. Cloudy and cold. Biver hearing the danger line at Shawneetown 8hawneetown, Jan. 14the Experiment end Barge is loading with Corn in the Bead. The Nisbet and Idle wild up at 8 . Some in scout the a baser. River rising and nearing the danger line in the lowlands. Iron age and Daf Ioto below Cairo. Cairo Jan. 14the future City goes 8outh tomorrow with 5 barges. The Iron age with 6 barges steel rails arrived from Pittsburg this morning. The e. M. Norton got a log in her wheel last night and drifted against the City Providence Laid up below town. The Only damage done was the breaking the spar the Providence. The Florence has 2,500 sacks Corn for Nashville. The Desoto is putting off 1,600 kegs nails 75 packages plow Points 450 Bare and 75 bundles Iron 101 slabs steel 25 cases Candy 100 packages 11 cattle and has a big trip forum Eaphis. River Rose 18 inches to Day. Arrived�?de8oto, Cincinnati 2 . Departed de Soto Memphis 8 . River 23 feet 7 inches Aud rising. Rainy and cold. Stormy at st Louis. St. Louis Jan 14�?storm raging Snow and sleet and colder. River falling and running full ice. The ferryboat have difficulty making regular trips. Ice much heavier and May Gorge below before morning. Paris 0. Brown due and Schenck below Memphis. Memphis Jan. 14�?the u. Schenck fully Laden passed South at 8 this morning having Laid Here six hours putting off and adding freight. She filled out with Corn in Madrid Bend. Several produce boats floated by going South to Day. The Buckeye state was detained until 8 this morning and then left for the Ohio with a Good Start in the Way business. The Joe Peters left for Arkansas River with a Ligat trip most her cargo being for Points Between Here and the Mouth. The Paris. Brown is expected to pass up to Morrow also the Dicot Hgt the latter for so Louia. River Rose 20 inches. Departed a. Schenck to new Orleans 6 . Cloudy and pleasant. Mail gleanings. New Orleans items Democrat Jan. 12capt j. D. Hegler is accompanied this trip the guiding Star with his Wile and the Youthful Captain Jacob Lawrence Hegler just 3% months old and As Fine a specimen Marine Talent As generally walks the deck a Steamer. The old Captain is also assisted in his official duties by his two sons Harry and George who Are doing the clerical work the boat. They Are doth Young men business capacity and taking it All in All the Hegler family a Steamboat men. Are hard to beat. Cape w. T. Boardman has met with a sad loss in the death his beloved sister. Miss Mary Boardman which event occurred yesterday at the family Home at Bay st. Louis miss. She was an estimable lady in the prime life being 46 years age. Cape Chas. B. Church a Well known Ohio River clerk. And last the famous Charles Morgan is the guest the Hegler family for the round trip the guiding Star. Old River is in Good shape 9 feet water being found at the Mouth. Cape Jack w. Blanks went out in charge the John h. Hanna in place capt. Joe Holmes who had to Stop off urgent business matters. Capt. B. Patterson went up the John h. Hanuka to look at the River and assist Cape Blanks. The Dacotah got off for st. Louis with a fair freight with orders the coast capt. Keith expects to pass Vicksburg with a Lull Load. Local option Al Goat at Lebanon Lebanon o., january 14.�? pedal a the Campaign for local option in this place which is to be decided by a vote the citizens next tuesday waxes warmer and warmer As the appointed Day approaches. In a few Days after the Council passed a Resolution to submit the question to the voice the people the Ball was opened by the friends prohibition sending out to the voters the town through the Post office Rev. J. Pearson sold circulars contain uiting the a testimony sixteen Ohio mayors prohibition under the Dow this has been followed by Union services at the various churches during the past week with Public meetings at the opera House at night with both foreign and local Talent As the advocates prohibition. The Saloon keepers and opponents to prohibition. While not aroused As much As the other Side arc idiot dis troed to let the Light go by default and will show up election Day with a fall determination contest every Inch ground at the polls. To a in reply to the i Pular seat qut by the friends prohibition the Saloon keepers got out a Folio paper headed a the burning question a and put one in every business House and dwelling in town. The paper contains articles showing the failure prohibition at places where it has been tried and winds up with a warning to the voters against committing the same Blunder in Lebanon by which the taxpayers Wotila lose a Revenue $1,500 annually which the Saloon keepers the place pay under the Dow Law with the evil drunkenness hot abated in the least. 2 j minutes faster than Central Tims. Kill Road time table. New York Pennsylvania and Ohio. Erie route Central Union depot third so and Central Ava. Trains. Leave. Arrive. Daily. Daily. New York fast express. 8 22 . 6 22 . Kentaccommodation._____12 42 . 1 22 . New York limited .7 07 . 7 07 . No2-tf Cincinnati Hamilton depot fifth and Hoadly. And Dayton. City time. Dayton Toledo and Detroit. Dayton Tot do and Detroit sex. Dayton. Toledo and Detroit d. Toledo and Dettt newspaper tru id pcs k 3t. Louis Vandalia in up a 4 8t. Vandalia a. Indian Jpn a and Connerville a. Ind. Chic., via a Monon line ind. Chick Ian Monon lined Indianapolis accommodation. Rich. 4 Chi via a a pan Haudley Rich. Chick. A pan land let d it. Wayne and grand rapids. It. Fayne and grand rapids. Decatur spa aft a and Keokuk d Dayton and Lima a skipper. Dayton and Middletown sex. Dayton and 5 Middletown acc Richmond accommodation. Connersville accommodation. 8 �07 6 7 p. W 1 62 2 27 to 22 e 67 �4 22 a a. �?�8 07 7 62 7 42 8 07 12 62 3 43 8 07 7 62 7 42 8 07 e a a a a a 1 1 12 �?�7 57 7 42 8 22 7 42 7 -67 a. >1 7 42 8 22 7 42 7 42 8 .07 �?�4 07 to 22 a.41 8 22 9 52 6 -42 9 12 4 -52 1250 6 42 p. St 3 20 Hamilton accommodation. A depart7 07 . 10 62 ., 2 22 ., 6 22 ., 11 32 7 67 ., 7 42 . Arrive�?10 12 ., 6 47 ., 7 22 8 07 8 02 ., 3 37 ., 11 12 . Hamilton a. Hamilton a. Dayton , Dayton a. I 22 4 8 32 .6 22 9 37 6 22 6 22 10 32 Glendale depart9 27 11 42 3 42 6 22 . Arrive�?�?T6 67 ., 4 62 ., 7 62 ., 1j 12a.m. 7 42 Carthage accommodation Ivorydale accommodation �?�6 22 6 32 6 42 the vandalia�?c., h. Amp d. It Vandalia line. C., h. D. Depot fifth and Hoadly streets. St. Lopis and Kansas st. Louis and Kansas City 8 07 7 42 7 &8 8 07 a daily. Daily except sunday. Daily except saturday. A sunday Only. A the Mackinaw a a Cincinnati Mackinaw. Jackson and o., h. D. Depot. Firn and Hoadly streets. Germ nth a , Cecil Bryan Manchester Greenville and 8 07 4 07 9 32 10 22 a Monon route to Chicago. L., n. A. Amp a depot Cor. Fifth and Hoadly Ste. City Chicago Milwaukee st. Paul a Omaha Day exp., sex. Sunday. Frankot Delphi a Monon a. Chicago Milwaukee st. Paul a Omaha night express daily. 8 07 12 62 7 42 7 62 8 42 8 07 Cincinnati and Indianapolis. Depot Hoadly. City time Indianapolis mail,.�? Indianapolis accommodation. Indianapolis and Chicago daily 8 07 12 02 7 42 7 62 8 42 8 07 Cincinnati Richmond and Chicago. Depot fifth and Hoadly. City time Chicago mall. Richmond accommodation a Chicago express daily. 7 57 4 62 8 22 7 42 1 12 7 42 Bee Une. , . jt i. Railway j Central Union depot. Ticket office 92 West fourth Street. Lake Shore new York Central and Hudson River Boston and Albany and West Shore and Hosac Tunnel routes. Only line running through care into the City new York without Herriage Transfer Landing passengers in the grand Central depot forty Secora Street Only through car line to Boston and Only line running solid trains to Cleveland and 47 Milee shortest. D7 37 d7 67 4 57 46 22 2 37 d6 22 d 10 22 �?�7 67 7 32 9 22 do 22 d7 it a a new York and Boston limited Boston and new y Ork express. Cleveland new York amp Boston. Cleveland Buffalo new York. Columbus a end Sandusky Columbus and Sandusky. Columbus and Springfield. Sandusky and Springfield a. Springfield and Day ton Springfield and Dayton. Dayton and Middletown. Dayton and Dayton and Middletown. Cincinnati and Middletown Cincinnati and Mauds. Cincinnati and Mauds. Cincinnati and lauds. Cincinnati and Mauds. Dayton and Way stations sunny d daily. Except sunday. Í7 42 7 87 �?�12 42 010 22 7 87 Dlo 22 12 42 3 02 10 27 �?�8 02 d8 22 d7 07 4.07 �?�6 22 �?�6 22 �?�1 62 6 22 �?�11 22p.m 12 42 6 17 a a .42 �?�7 .30 �?�11 62a.m �?�6 42 9 22 Ohio and Mississippi railway. Hours to st. Louis 4 solid trains parlor and to sleeping cars 4 hours to Louisville 4 trains. Central Union depot third cent. Ave. City Tima t v 12 violators the game Law arrested. Xenia o., january 14.�? special a a. V. Luce George Truman Milo Simison William Capsey and Dalton and Milo Walton All prominent citizens Spring Valley thi3 county the latter being one the county commissioners were arrested yesterday by game Warden Jerry Parkhill for a a gigging fishing through the ice. To Day they were brought before William Orr Justice the peace and pleaded not guilty. Examination was for next thursday. The game Warden claims that he has the crowd a dead to a brutal futher a arrest. Xenia o., january 14.�? special a the Little boy who to escape his fathers severity jumped through the window his fathers Home near town a week ago and who was found next Day naked unconscious and nearly Frozen to death under a barn floor with the hogs has suffered greatly since from the exposure and is Only now Able to be out bed. The father Sandy Howard was arrested to Day for having cruelly beaten the lad and was brought to the City and locked up. An st.l., Louisvill and eran a a in. Madison 8bawn��town, Cairo and new Orleans. Louisville Madison Mem pkg a. Aurore accommodation. Osgood sad Way Points. St. Louis. Topis Vui Aad n. Of. St. And Loi Linvill to st Lin. , Shaw a daily. A daily except Satur Day. Other trains Dally except 8 37 8 87 a 8 47 1 23 t 6i be 69 58 route Cincinnati new Orleans and Texas Queen Aud Crescent a a lao Filc. Sand Central station. Limited new Orleans Florida Shreveport and California Points. Local Chattanooga and joints in the Southeast. Lexington Junction City and Knoxville. Night express Chattanooga new Orleans Birmingham and Florida Points Erlanger . Walton accommodation., 8 17 9 22 4 25 p. M 8 22 7 149 a. M 12 37 6 27 7 04 p. M 6 22 pm 10 47 7 02 am 9 32 7 39 3 06 Balto. A Ohio Railroad p grand Central station third a Parkersburg route. It it. Ave. City time. Wasbin Balto. And Pella sex. Wash a. Balto. And Phila. Sex. 8 47 7 62 6 37 7 57 Calno Annati Washington and Baltimore. Central Union depot third a cent. Are. City time Parkersburg and Pomeroy Aqz ports the and Parkersburg sex. Washington and Baltimore sex. Washington limited express.�. Hillsboro and Portsmouth a. Chillicothe and Hillsboro a Chillicothe and Hillsboro a. Loveland accommodation. Loveland � Loveland �.�. Loveland accommodation. It. Pleasant and Charleston a. Loveland and Parkersburg a. 6 42 8 47 8 47 7 62 8 22 6 42 3 22 10 02 6 12 6 47 6 17 8 47 �?�11 17 6 37 6 37 6 37 7 67 10 62 7 67 10 62 6 37 7 47 t 8 37 1 62 11 42 this is Cut at tit 23 minutes faster than Central time. Railroad time Tibiae. Louisville a Nash Vius Railroad. City Tima Louneille Cincinnati and Lexington division. Louisville Nashville Montgomery. Mobile it Auy. New Orleans Pensacola i and Jacksonville. Daily. Frankot. Ac., daily sex. Sunday. Leu Isva a. In Vale warm apr a Aud sex. Sunday Louisville Memphis i and Little Rock. A leave. Aekins. 8 37 1 t-<0 o 8 22 6 57 3 37 12 17 3 37 12 17 8 87 6 67 8 22 6 57 Cincinnati Indianapolis st. Loo i Chicago. Central Union depot third cent. Ave. City time 77 foot 8pao� Dador the is Anarsea Bride to Slu Tom Biol a 8� Evansville. Jon. 11tba Gas gain with a pro Rushville ind polls and Goshen chic., luf., Peoria and Burlington. St. Louis and Terte haute. Ind., t. Haute and st. A. Indianapolis and Aurora a. Frankft.,Logansport Terr haute and Mattoon. Rushville Columbus Aud Indus. Lafayette and India Nap Sac. Lafayette. Cold bus Law by a cols., Rushville and n. Vernon. Muncie and it. Hagerstown accommodation. St. Louis and Terre haute Peoria and Burlington a a. Chicago fast st. Lonis and Terre haute Lawrenceburg and Aurora sex. Lawrenceburg ex.����.�. Lawrenceburg and Aurora sex. Lawrenceburg and Aurora a. Lawrenceburg and Aurora a. Lawrenceburg and Aurora a. Harrison express. Harrilou act ii Arritta Harrison a. Harrison a Lawrenceburg and Aurora a. Harrison Aurora Law by a. 6 27 �?�8 42 �?�8 42 �?�8 42 �7 37 2 27 8 42 6 07 d7 12 d7 12 d7 62 8 42a.m d7 12 d7 62 2 27 4 62 10 22 8 42 �?�6 07 6 22 Dlo 17 j787 �1 42 �?�7 37 d7 62 d7 62 d7 62 �8 27 �10 32 �?�4 12 �?�4 12 a a a a a a a a a Ltd a a 4 12 11 02 10 32 6 67 10 32 7 37 �?�7 87 pm 11 02 8 25 d7 62 �?�7 37 4 12 a a 42 4 12 �?�6 47 �?�7 42 Dlo s2 d6 67 p. �8 27 �12 42 d. Daily daily except 8unday. A sunday Only. Kentucky centrals Blue Grasa route. Depot Pike and Washington streets Covington by ticket office Southwest cot. Fifth an Cincinnati. Lexington 1st., Dally sex. Lex. Maysville daily a Quot Ewing spa fast l w tache d Walnut streets City tin a a a to y an. A Titer inches ter. Rich and stand exd Matt Rule i 1 Tania ifs Vule it Falmouth to. Daily sex. Han. Naday daily sex. Naday daily a. Sunday and Richmond mail it it sunday. Sad Stanion ret sunday Winchester sad a. Daily except sunday. Lancaster sad Stanford exp., daily except 8 62 2 22 8 22 8 22 6 62 2 .28 6 12 2 22 2 22 7 07 11 67 6 22 6 22 s 22 22 28 11 87 11 62 Pennsylvania Lisas Paa handle roote. Trains leave Little Miami station. Pearl and Batler Sis. Celsy Pitts by. Phil n. A. Balt Wash. Columbus Spring feel intermediate Points �?�7 47 �?�6 07 �?�8 07 6 62 7 82 �?�x1 87 8 17 11 37 accommodations Morrow leave 1 4 62,6 42 . Arrive 8 07.10 22 .,8i17 . Loveland. Have 8 22 6 32,7 sunday t m. Arrive 10 22 am. 22 a. I i tray As 8 87. 8 22. 6 8 12 1 22 an a Ihfe 8 62 ., 1 22 Aad 8 62 a ,7 2 ., 7 2 . Daily. 32 . Arrles 22 . Loveland Oblo omd Northwestern r. Bmain Una trains pan handle station Pearl sad Butler Ste. City tint Portsmouth and Hillsboro sex. I Winchester mail. 8 42 i 4 42 6 22 8 82am. 8 32 8 47 6 13 Branch trains. Court Street station. New Richmond Junction a i new Richmond Junction Richmond Junction a i it. Vernon Aad pan Trandle Bents. Pan handled get. Fend Aad Bati Ereis. Cts tease a Dotty a a a Hudsy. A 82 7.82 Cincinnati and Columbus Midland Railroad grand Central station. Third cent. A. City time Wheeling and Pitts by. Sex. Columbus express. Wheeling and Pitts by. Lim. Sex Columbus accommodation. 7 62 4 27 7 82 6 17 1 �7 62 7 62 a sunday will arrive at 11 . Newport news and Mississippi Valley company Western division. Central Union depot. Ticket office fifth and Walnut. Paducah Fulton Memphis. Vicksburg Aud new Orleans. 7 47 pm. 7 12 Cincinnati Georgetown and Portsmouth. Depot Pearl and Butler streets. City time Ham rvs be Geo to elicit Yix. Amelia accommodation. Sunday trains. Sunday.�. 8 .22 8 37 6 22 8 62 6 42 62 12 7 22 7 12 9 32 Chesapeake and Ohio. Sam ticket office and depot Asky. Cent. City time Baltimore and sew York daily. Rich., st nth a a Charleston Driy Huntington a i Ashland. Hunting Charleston mail Dally,.______ Liiv Hill old Point Comfort d�?Tlyex. Charleston and Washington. Indiana Bloomington and Western. Peoria division. Central Union depot third cent ave. City time Danville Bloomington t eerie an bl.peo., Bur. Neil Bluffs. Council Bluffs uin., inn and it. A. �?�8 42 d7 12 Ohio division. Columbus Sandusky Day sex. Springfield and Sandusky. Columbus Andje amp Dusky sex. 7 37 12 42 10 22 4 12 d7 62 2 37 7 87 p. 6 22 monday packet Leares at 5 . For rates Telephone no. 1180. For All Way landings and through to Wheeling and Pittsburg. O t x a g. W. Brownsr. Master. R. H. . _ 1 a leave Memphis wharf boat foot main Day. La to at 5 . Mauck Public Landing. 8pfxial notice. For my Yeyille and All Way landings. It. In so Rois Watt Shkuda master will leave Cincinnati As above this Dai sunday Jan. 15, at 13 ., foot Roadway. 0. Al. A Hullo w Al supt. U. S. Mail Lina .�?madison, Lonis Villa and a All Way landings. The Kle Cubio Light Side wheel steamers oily off Madi end Fleetwood daily at . Sundays at 12 noon from wharf boat foot Broadway M. Holloway. Geum a manager. Memphis k Sci s x Ati packet . For Memphis and War landings. Granite 8tate.a.j. L mat master leaves wednesday. Jan. 18. Positively at a us through receipts to Texas Points. Little Bock. Pine blk off fort Smith Cumberland and . Dorman l jul 11 pub. Lauds a. Or in a a i Gente 4 pub. Lands r. W. I amp a. Supt. Southern transportation line. For new Orleans and Way Pointa the elegant passenger Steamer it Ruijin . Leave wednesday Jan. 18, at 5 . From new Orleans Whai boat. Mosset a . No. 2 Publio Landing. Brown follows saturday 21st. Big 6 has Given Universal satisfaction is the cure gonorrhoea and Gleet. I prescribe to Aad feel Safe is recommending it to All sufferers. J. Stone ilm Oatt ter Price 1.00. A sold by Droggs Fife

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