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Cincinnati Weekly Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 10, 1869, Cincinnati, OhioA Cincinnati weekly cipro Nice wednesday. March 10, 1809. Gel it Tapir. Washington. Special dispatch to the Cincinnati chronicle v Washington March 5. A it Cabinet. The president has sent into the Senate the following nominations for members of his Cabinet a e b. Washburne of Illinois Secretary of state Adolph e. Borie of Pennsylva Nia. Secretary of the Navy a. T. Stewart of new York Secretary of the Treasury j. D. Cox of Ohio Secretary of the Interior . C Fesa we 11 of Aryl and Post master general judge a. I. Hoar of Massachusetts attorney general j. Schofield Secretary of War the inauguration Ball East night was a magnificent Success so far As numbers and Tine dressing Are concerned. It was estimated that 0,000 persons were present including a Large number of army officers diplomatic representatives and fashionable and political celebrities. Very Lew members of either House of Congress were present the night sessions having used them up. The presidential party arrived about 11 Columbus. Special dispatch to the Cincinnati chronicle Columbus. March 3. A Hareas . Of Sec. On the 9th of february a Pian by the name of Allen Jackson was arrested in this City on a requisition of the governor of Iowa charged with committing the crime of burglary in Louisa count in said state. The crime w As committed in november 1m>8, and the Len was $17,090. 1 he name of the person can la a i for in the warrant was Billy Hopkins. Judge Puglia of the probate Durt was applied to for and issued a writ of amp Skinta Corpus Tho defendant claiming that his flame is not Hopkins but Jacksons and that to is a not the person who committed the crime. The Case has been pending from Day to Day until this time Tho rulings of the co dirt being usually against Jackson. Yesterday there was another turn in the affair. The Iowa sheriff. K. B. Lacey Hail sworn in his testimony before judge Puglia that lie met Allen Jackson in the streets of Indianapolis in the month of september or october lst>8, and heard him called Hilly Hopkins. Yesterday afternoon a warrant was taken out lie Fofo m a or Bull for the arrest of the 10wa sheriff on the ground that he had committed perjury in making Tho above statement. Timex p1ttsburg. 4 of clock and were escorted to the reception am nation before Tho mayor via postponed % room by the police Force who opened a a with difficulty through the dense Crow of ladies a Csc gentlemen. The president was accompanied by mrs. Grant or. And mrs. Oolf Tox general Badeau senator a Morgan and others. The crowd pissed through in an unbroken Stream and paid their respects to the president without shaking hands. To a Dent Grant looked Well and received his crowd of friends with easy dignity and Grace. The general arrangement of the Ball could hot have been worse. The crowd and confusion could easily have been avoided by j upper management. The staircases were armed and the supper room bar and cloak rooms were in dreadful disorder. Hundreds went Home without hats and Coats although it was bitterly cold. At least a persons Are m Lino it the Treasury building this morning endeavouring to recover overcoats hats and ladies wrappings which were left last night. Anything but complimentary remarks Are made As to the management displayed last night and those who Hod it in charge Are denounced in the severest terms of censure and it will be some time again before the same gentlemen Are placed on another committee charged with such important duties As making arrangements for of Large and magnificent an affair As this should have been. An sex senator mid deep. A Good Story is told this morning of a Ditingo in by ex-8enatc>r from Tennessee who waa seen Bate last night wending his was up to the White House apparently oblivion to the change of occupants. He rang the hell and was told by the servant to at a. A did not live tiler�1 any More. President Grant arrived at the White House about half past 10 of clock. Generals Parker and Badeau having strolled Over from army Headquarters half an hour earner. The presidential household has not yet been organized. Tho clerks at the White House will to retained for a time As they Are Fth Miniar with the official records on file. A few members of his military a Faff probably Gens. Comstock Babcock and Badeau will be temporarily at the White House. General visitors wore not admit Echo Day and Largo number of persons Are engaged in scrubbing and the a eneral purification of Andy Johnson a lie residence. A Cabinet confirmed the Senate confirmed the entire Cabinet in a very few minutes alter their names were received and then proceeded to the consideration of other executive business. O Oteliu nominations. Besides the Cabinet president Grant nominated to the Senate Columbus Delano of Ohio to cube commissioner of internal Revenue w. T. Sherman to be general Philip h. Sheridan to be Lieut general j. Schofield to be maj. General c. C. Augur to be Brig. General Ell of whom were confirmed. Washington March 6. Opinion about the Cabinet. The appointment of the new Cabinet continues to be the leading topic of conversation in political circles. All the appointments made gives general satisfaction will the single exception of or. A. To 8tewart, to the head of the Treasury department. A Large number of republicans. Ine Tadong several senators express their unqualified disapproval of the selection of or. Stewart. Four by will net take Possession of the Revenue Bureau until the Middle of next week or. Hollins remaining in charge until that time. Yvo _ a the Liq feedings in the Senate to Day were uninteresting except when i or. Patterson of new Hampshire offered a Bill repealing so much of the act of 1789 relating to the Treasury department which might prevent or. Stewart from Bolding the office of a Secretary. Or. Sherman hoped there would tie no objection. Or. Hutnan for re i plied that he should oppose any action until the matter was passed upon by some Ooton Mitten. And As there was no commit 1 tee the Bill w ent to the table. The White House a again closed to visitors to Day. Theold doorkeeper were at discharged and those who have been on duty at the army j Headquarters were installed in their places j a few senators called and messes. Stow Art Wash bore and Creswell of the new cab net had interview. Park Stount on the act. I ifs age he relieved from i until Friday Lacey ,4 a ring in i Din the sum of $l,5 h for his Appel ranch j / a Bill was introduced in the Senate relating to companies organised to construct Bridges Over tin Ohio River. It petitions were presented in the House j Tuo asked for Tho repeal of All the Laws authorizing the construction of Bridges of less Span than five Hundred feet across the Ohio River. Columbus March 5. A Trize fio itt Over tetik late a. J. There was a Lively time in the House yesterday affy Ruoin Over a Resolution of i i Rcd by or. Odell of Licking eds into Inte ring the late to visit Tho it it let to l legislature. half dozen dim Jocia in Niem Bers did not seen to be at All pleased with the j he r. He. Of , expressed his dissatisfaction i pretty Plain words. He said that Andrew Johnson had been a traitor fir every party he belonged to and to did not Indiero that i a. A had an honest Bone in his Bod v. Other democrats who spoke advocated i the Resolution. Quot Chris. Chuchee of Butler Antho course of his Rem iks said that lie did not believe Johnc. Breckinridge a greater traitor than George Washington. The resolutions were finally indefinitely i postponed by a vote of i yeas to 30 nays j All the republicans voting All the i Jpn dents except Koine seven or eight voted nay. No firk . Tie trustees of the desk and dumb i Asylum reported that the new building is not supplied with fire wails but that it can be supplied with them at an expense of about $15,000. A a Introit new burls wer it inti Ohio �-4.pj1ijiie of oust to. R�&Quot., a it Jiru by. In the annual settlements Hixt township trustees to enable Vitu fecs having 2.500 inhabitants to engines to red in of the salary of the Railroad. from fl�?~,0�>0 Io-$3,0t o per year to provide against the . Slaughter House near Public highways and villages and for the Relief of kraal�8 Pond. Ilou be adjourned until tuesday Indianapolis. Special dispatch to the Cincinnati of Ronicle Pitts Gnu March 6. N-0n. , a an eminent lawyer of this City died at Newark new a a Rev yesterday aged i years. The deceased filled several important trusts during his lifetime among them judge of Allegheny District court judge of the court of common pleas and United states District attorney for Western Pennsylvania. He was for a number of Vears a Law partner of Edwin m. Stanton. Leo was a member of the episcopal Church. His funeral Wilt take place Here Oil monday next the Oil business. The daily average of the Petroleum productions in the Pennsylvania Oil Region during february amounted to 9,705 urls a decrease of 400 urls compared with january. The Stock of Petroleum in the Oil regions of the 1stmust., waa282 . The of Wells completed during february was >4. A any Lokot occurred if Allegheny about 11 of clock today. A horse attached to a Wagon ran away a my a Man named Joseph Williams j rushed Cut into to Cheek the a frightened animal when the Shaft of the to Wagon struck him in Tive Abdomen arid transfixed Linin to a Telegraph Post coif ple Tilv penetrating his body. Lie died almost instantly. The Metal u Audi or. There is Vout Little new to note in the Metal Market. The receipts continue Fajr there is Little or no change in prices Conn pared with last week but the tie Market is somewhat weak. Anthracite at fro Iii m0 00 to 60, bituminous Coal smelted from Lake Superior Ore 3s 00 to 41 00. Allegheny Tity it is x. \ a Scovis a in of s Alt. A now and Rich vein of Salt has been is Rui Jav in by i la. The. Well is court Sofr a and real and Sixta feet in up. London of up Ibcal dispatch to the Cincinnati Quot a London <>., March 3,the festivals it it of esterday were wound up last night with a grand Ball at Gulchera a Hail. Miami Agricol fral convention. ,.tlie Agrie Nitura convention of the Scioto and Miami valleys dissembled in Tho court ii ouse Aud organized a by a the Quot elect Ion of p. Emillen of be fila president and a. B. Buttles of Columbus Secretary. Among the distinguished gentlemen present Yore or. J. A. Warder of , and col. S. I. Harris of Cleveland. An evening session was held ind a raters of great interest discussed. A. A ring to Day. Tie Jon vent Ion reassembled Al 9 of Sotnek this morning and after dismissing a Nimi Ber of strictly agricultural topics or. J. A warder read a Hui thy Ami hit resting pm tier on the subject of the prop hed Agri 1 cultural College the manner of conducting after to Ursini f311edisoussionnu Tiik monday March 8�?p. The new York City Bank statement Lor the week ending saturday in considered unfavourable to any easy met key ,.As will be seen by the following comparison of averages a a feb. 27. Mar of. Differences 1 loans.-$$,371,897 f2 f�,�w��,8s3 it .-t7t7, specie. Dec. L,3f>jni9 in Mircu Hatleli. 3l,27- ski inc. 27,frn a i la posit 1 <2,g>li37 dec. 2.0m.7,n Legal 4ft,if a Dee. L,0sft,. From an analysis of thief Tenient it appears total Reserve has lost i 3,030.1 i a against a Fali Itig Oil Iff the Otal liabilities of 2,f>83,s34. The Banks hold of 11,411,923 in excess of the Legal Reserve against , 18 . R our local Money Market continued to work very close through the entire past week. The demand for Loans was Largo and currency was very scarce causing a considerable Pinch Infix Rne a Ftp raters. Discounted paper was generally prot i pity paid let the lines of discount of , the Banks were kept extended to their fill lest subject a participated in by or. Warder limits without giving the desired a room a a col s 1l.harris,of the Ohio / inner or. no to their customers. Toward the Willis of London or. C. P. Landon deposits seemed to slightly increase of Colum ibis , tint Resolution offered by or it Lin Ion avs adopted the convention adjourned Usu vat again next year a of 1�?Tlft-ljr is the sense of this con a Ami tit demand to fall off Bart t he change was not sufi Senf Afflec the fruit Green apples Perrl. Dried apples per la. It a a paohe8,lialve8, r la r. L Emons per Box. Oranges a it or Box .�2.layer radius per Box. I. A a a a Box. T figs per la. Dates a. Prunes in casks per la. C currants per . F i of it Winter . Fur i 1 a. A v7, extra. 8� Perl in. Spring family. Extra. Superfine. Lower grades. Rye. Grain wheat White no. 1 Jill. My in ter red no. 1. Winter red no. 2. Quot Barley Winter extra. Anada Spring. No. 1 state a a. No. 2 a a Rye no. 1. Rejected a. Corn pure while. No. 1, mixed a. Oata mixed no1 .2 no. 2.t Ginseng u a a rude per la. 7 2r 9 9 no 6 5d�?~ 7-00 it 00 9 6 25 5 50 4 5 75. It 2r> 4 6 a a a5 75 9 -6 0 4 4 2� 9 5 00 6 75 9 7 l�0 a a 1 75 9 i 85 a 5ft �9 a 52. L 40= 9 to. 2 40 9 2 15. 2 35 <42 20 2 25. 2 00 2 05 1 48 i i 45 weather. On very Fine assortments. Carpets a Are in better demand and higher prices Are anticipated. Woolens a Are without any material change and prices a re very firm. Cattle markets. A Ailt a n 86 m .87 68 5?Ftp course of the mar Ket. The amount Oto me in t inv opon Market for invest men it flip a it or in commercial papa or was More Van cited t ban he sting per k usual arid rates were very irregular and the location during tiie present session. T Chicago special dispatch to the Bro Jill ?. Liitt Iio Yafeh s. J till i Vokal of the fov11 Fink Man a a a org fair go Thomas of Briers Chat lest about m a a t l it half past 12 the president sent in a King 1 that or. Stewart might disability under the act of 1788,_ Wash Noton March 8. A. T. Stewart to Breslon. In Ibec Saufua of the Republican senators held this morning it waa announced that or. A. T. Stewart bad notified president Grant that he Nihat decline accepting the appointment of Secretary of the Treasury in View of the fact that it would require a of certain Law in order that he ight accept the policy of which doubted by Many leading lawyers. This solves the very grave question and will it Fecit Calif restore Harmony in Republican circles. Fro Halle declination of kudos Hoar. The Rumor is very current that judge Hoar has declined or will decline the that a a a a by or. Ait on of attorney general and Bentrem will 4�o tendered the Treasury department and Lyman Tremaine of new Tork be made attorney general. It is understood however that or. Stewart favors the appointment of David b. Wells to this place. Senate committees. The Senate caucus arranged Tho standing committee for the present Congress this morning. The Only changes made in chairmanships were As follows Fessenden chairman of the committee on appropriations in place of Morrill of Maine Morton at the head of manufactures in place of a Prague Harlan chairman of Lnda a affairs in place of Henderson Edmunds chairman of pensions in Piave of Van Winkle Yates. Chairman of revolutionary claims in place of Nye a indie chairman of District committee in place of Harlan Nye chairman of territories in place of ates Stewart chairman of mines and mining in place of conness Orlieu chairman of Library in place of Morgan. Lincoln s pension. Special dispatch to Tho t incan Natac Taron icle Indianapolis March 3. The democrats at their old of my. The democratic members of the legislature have agreed to Bolt to night of the passage of the constitutional amendment is pressed. The a rpm Orff t a til its u Ifft. Has la Cen rushed rapidly through in the House and in the Senate the members have passed a Resolution allowing eat h senator to select a Bill which shall be passed to Day. Tiik suf Fuyok amendment. 1 a majority of the Republican members will press the amendment and the consequence will be that the legislature will come to a premature end to nig lit. It has been of very Little Goody the time of the session being wasted in foolish discussions and a wrangling about questions of privilege and con tempt of newspapers in publishing assertions about it arid nobody will mourn its dissolution unless the he Cecial appropriation Bill is not passed Iff which Case us Meroa employees will raise a howl. The receipts of the state Treasury last month were�79,829 disbursements �>8,324 balance on hand March 1st, �>15,924. Indianapolis March 4. A democratic coup a Tate dissolution of leu Tatum in the a egg Slature this morning As soon As the session was opened fifty nine democratic members offered thrill resignations thus breaking the quorum and bringing the session to an end. This coup eat waa not unexpected it having been determined on in caucus last night. A few members remained in order a make Calls of the Homse and otherwise prevent any fun Igor legislation. This leaves matters in a very bad state not a single one of the appropriation Bills i having been passed and the benevolent institutions prisons . Are left unprovided for. Had the Bolt been postponed until this afternoon these would have been passed and there could have been no danger of pres along Tho passage of the constitutional amendment a caucus of the Republican members was held immediately but it was found that nothing could be done to help things. A committee of two senators and three a representatives was appointed to Issue an adores to the people or the state. Special 8ealon called. A governor Baker is now is timing writs for special elections in the vacated districts and will Call a special session of Tho legislature to meet in april.indianai�?Toll., March 5. To the people of Indiana. the present session of the general Assembly has been rendered almost fruitless of Good results by the resignation of Sevous teen Hen Atonina thirty seven representatives thereby House without a quorum. No appropriations have been made for the Ordinary expenses of the benevolent and other Public institutions of the state. Hence a spec Ial Sass Ioir of the general Assembly at an Early Day is a necessity. 1 sve therefore this Dav issued writs of election to the sheriffs of the several counties a which vacancies have occur cd by reason of said resignations directing elections to be held on tue 23d of March lmt9. v for the purpose of making known the order of said election and of indicating my intention to Convene the general Assembly in a special a Tsiou at As Early a Day in the month of april a maj the far West. St Bahtis March k a let ter i n t he of of it it it inin<1 a Torf a scamp Supply. Indian i eur Story Lebro a 14,�?� give the following Coo int of affairs in Tho Indian country. I loll Tjun. She Uit a Iii a Headquarters on the morning of the 40tii i,jst., on route for gon. A Arr Jaiup locate icon san a ranch so of or Erk a tributary out of tie North Fork of the Canadian Rev a on the night Prev Ion in to my Cav ing. redux Ivul from i fruitless Sima Reh a Tot Thi t key Enrie Onop having Travis of a from a a on Oral s11eridan scamp. Near Etc Fouth of Modi a Cine a Mitiff it Rock at Trio Eastern a Al Reinitz of the ivs Ohita Mountain about one Iun it dred air Al sixty Itye Miles West finding trails fresh and All the Indian going re up idly South and West toward Trio headwaters of Tho River and the staked Plains. There Are now about lodges of Che Youncs ninety lodges of aia i a hoes and sixty. Let Olgea it a a Ooman to i on 1 a War path log her with a few Iri Airis a it not hos and a few 1\1ow�h. And the Dost Soldier under Tal Hull. A hid Rifle Hati i. Mired iring 7.hi All a to a a Una. I it. I a emf a to riots of it us i now Emder Ordys to move West with his Reg intent trip 7 the Iii Ted is ales t cavalry and the a he Kansas Yuri. In Leeds under a old Rawford. Of a Kim Fork of 1 River of of citing. The South from hey he a a Waters of that Creek. Gen. K. A. Farr is to thrive South lot rating his Supply depot on the main Canadian. Near the 101st Meridian of West Longitude Thoi Ico moving so Nib. Col. Evans moves also sooth from his Preselia. Camp on Monument Creek near t he Luoth Rise radian on the Canadian River having under his command the Al United states cavalry and a Small detail Imp it of the huh l. Antry. While col. Brooks marches fun the West toward the same Region drawing his sep plecs from fort a Stanton the intention or the general commanding is to drive Tho hostile Savages toward one common Centre until one or Alt of the comm Amis can reach arid chastise them As they deserve or Coin course was Adverse Pel a eur reuder and Subt Nissim to a set a rpbgj0a and to tar mint on their reservation on the to Mir mantis no. Lip pros it sad by . Major in Arian a. A a. M., is now in route to new Supply depot located at the Mouth of Sweetwater Creek a tributary of the Elm Fork of Tho red River with a train of 250 wagons loaded with forage and subsistence stores. Supplies for custards command Aro luring rapidly forwarded from fort arb tickle Ami Gibson and the Indian Campaign must be brought to a close within the next two Mouths. U i to be hoped that this May be final. When the indians Are taught what every army officer must learn Surrior Dinston to proper authority then and not till then will hostilities cease. The 10th l. S. Cavalry under a Jeff Kidd is to be at the new posted be established near the Mouth of Modi Cine Bluff Creek in the knows and Comanche Reserve with Good animals ready to strike the indians whenever they leave their Rowe ration. I tilt and Juter Maretta killed at the lire of Friday in it. Took Placo to Day. And Walt i he is it ski Wii Jur a Tong i . A remains of the Che Ore contained in a magnificent cat Irala ique Fawi by a process Tori half a mite Long including a detach. J Iii ent of one Hundred Ami Twenty police if Svanks have Tak it i place lil Swirth Ouave fifty yet Raris of the he Verity second Illinois regiment thirty of the nineteenth Hli Nois one Hundred arid thirty tune prs t he it Wuis to a fraternity and Trie lire department the great Boll of Tho it it Urt House tolled for an hour and wore a i placed at half i St. V by Cable. 1 England. Kit t his morning. There is Moro Irr Cerny a Riff in tips reports of therit nos in regard to Tho demand fire Money and t Hufi Irimie tons Ioe that vye arc working toward a time of less Cloee Neskin fijian dial nist terse lip to sitors Are accommodated in Bank fit 12 per cent Butr inv to a Verv limited i mint. A . Dull an 1 Teavy during the fore part of the week at an Kottl la toward , the receipts Hilling off find the Deni and increasing it became lir Fand in demand Al improved Tau s. This Moru Irig rate its have been adva Fli Ril to Par buying Ami 50o per 81,090 Premium Selling. Transactions Between at 5ne Ivor 11, <>00 a Quot nth Ninni. Bho Ubl rec hits a or Quot Duero Erif to will probably be still further raised. A Vico Fri ii other mints Givel tha rate at Yien Apjok Quot la a Premium at Adivi he a i a to at Rilean Ltd at Ash Cago j a pm Quot . W e quote ii in this Market As Fol Rikus. A. Ii Vang. A hell 1 Rig i , it i of pc pfc a us i it Ltd Ege Xvi la. A a a a kid to we f sop a a a a of a. Y / Tler Heinige. Hattie. 8>�1 a its Par. The Market Rivas Irreg our and generally j weak during tie week. The following to id git is tiie High stand lowest quotations a for each Day. / ,. I newest. .131 ,.1.>d 5m ,.13� mond a. Tec Ift a. A Elmelita. Thursday of tidy. Kitizin lev. The Market this a it i ditch at 132 at 9or to it p. Or. _. I it 1 a l 11 Al of r m. Go Ccone t. Do mail it of imps. í., 1 it. A i Thiol a Antral a. Of. H. Bonds. U. A. /-2e in duh in Frankfort. If guest. 11 1 a li1 c 1-31 4 a or Yng is stronger l a. A and Al 1-2 2 it is a Gap i p.1 it it it i trim a a a a a i. I 1.2 t 87 k i a allude might not governing lots were very irregular during if had been uleces the we a and the operations in oui mar 1 Onihan March t he 1 Louse of c minions last evening or. Gladstone moved for leave to Bill to discs Tahlieu the Irish Church to make provisions for its Temporali ties and to Dis endow Tho Royal College of stride Atrick and my Noria b. Or. Gfa tip the Tuo Toiv a Villi a spot in in deter set and explanatory id a a of Chirib k. A it Uff btl.1. it it h 111i.-ti.jt2 a a Viv pm a i Niff. In a a net1 it i t lie a Tiik i Vika a i h a. 11 a it necessity a i tug Liisi or a Val Uva to to Forf prep a Hig Chariff s i it a ribs Iii it h i Riff Hov tie at Oji Saiy pm tue Presciti p kit Jon and the sons iou less in earthm Tirril of the difficulties of Scull a position. The a House at times had Boon induced to waste the property of the Irish Church so that its Ina Sho Kahe Public ii jud., ,. It a the Church by an enactment of Pona Laws gone tally firm Ami Tho offerings to dealers if this ask a Indence was maintained Tho were Light. The failure of the president bitter feelings a it a the part of the Irish poo to sign m r. A her ukr a Bill for the strength pie Vodd never cease. Tiring of the Public credit has had Ati tin adverting to the previous action on this favourable effect upon thed reign Market my an to to Saidlo had resulted in making Tel Rich has reacted on the Taneri Ltd jul tar tie Tori am comiry unanimous for Dis . He would not dwell upon the arguments which had been put Forward again test it hut to denied that his to t to Well Faro of interest of in rotes derived that it Eon Fem plated invasion of Trie rights of property arguing that parliament w hich had Trio Rigl ill to create corp a at ions had an equal right to extinguish them lie referred to the objections to which were established in the act of Union and answered them by Inaita Juning that the i pish Church As at present const it used the Fea Teil the intent Ort Hemet and prevented a. G reas by i own put Rob. A Low a it. W hits a a. Hay Timiothy. arrival. L.<o8e- it re get Al. F tight a a food no. 1. a a . He Folk. Flint per la. Dry ,.per la. Trie a % or salted Quot. Hemp. Kintosky rough per ton. A a ill cast. Perl. Iron , per it. Khz it boil to and car 3 cd >hl.�. .77.-. A. 4k>ilcr. Plates. Pig a hero Oil f Cund no. 1. Per Tun. In it no. 2a. Do. Mill. Ltd b car i he 1.Dot. A a ohcs v a Quot i. Mgt ranter Tel Ohio. Till tie it Tugby girl Rillon 1 so i of. Cat i a a i 25 lfa1v a ital per of it mjg of r 11� Lea i Sci thy Light. Pm r la. 40 w. Do. Heavy. It 3 la 0 1 f Hotnes leather la 42 fkr Rittuc. Per lr>.43 Ihn Urh bar Iff War in j7 Cut shins City,.per 4ri. I 4ft it it por a Lux fat Raftu \ peer leather prof it. A a a bridle a a a it pet a a frill Ltd if Sims Frt Ich in r it it. 1 Rii Kip sons. A r Dot a a re 00 Mill Fikri r Bru. 4>er Tun.�. 9 m. Al 00 9 dh0 1 00 9 150 12�?o fit a it 1/ it a a 15 15�?T 1 4 16 2� 00 9 Are to 1� w x4 2t 00 1ft 00 a 18 Oft 00 4 14vw x 20 9 4 22 -16 4 17 a a. A 9 a 9 12 210 on 215 on in �5 it m9 4 a a 8 9 9 41 00 9 45 so 12 00. 9 4 l -0 a me 4 41 the a to a it. U a it i aft 4 St gun it 5&Quot 0ft amp v 00 . Of<4 3.Oft 4 1 50 10 -10�?Ti&Quot it <1 Salt a f4v <9 42 4>o> 317 41 46 3ft 1 6 a 00 m of it a .89 a to c4. 2 t it 91a 00 frit Pat o of. A r t n ii. Mhz 1 ,. Or ten. Solat sk1 1.8.00 23�?T Foft my is w a i i Aris. Per rial. 1 a to. A it Hico a a Nal. A Uyi Arkous a a Ruis i Ragi. Rit 4hi Dux i n i p. I 1 Tot Wjk i w to a i b. C. Linseed per Gnu. , is a g of no i of. A extra. a a. I Iff rivalling per Gal. I of and u a m i sary at Imirea Tri support the Asey and Oriya it of Kel write Small to older however were a go Tkv a a a a a. B a Quot a Ket. No permanent Adan let can be expected until some thorough and decided Linan Ial a ohcs is agreed upon by the 1readout and trip Gre. Void is Qai Iet and a a Littfe demand. I�ea1er� Are i Krijn pc of new York Ratos wit receipts. \ Iye quote current Rafes in this Sarjeet at. 1 30 i. As follows it 2. Dpi Yang. Gold a i l ver. Is u All. Us a fever. Large. 2>v v. 83 Bonds my. A o115u . Londs 6-.30s. 1882.117 a to w. Bonds &3fta, 1884.ff2113 Light Helling. 112 126 127 11 1 i. Incl ugh .1 in i of a k to ads s-2w�, skirt 1 he Fri v. H. Unido 5-3 8, 1885, new 2 a. A p. H. Kids 5-ah, 1hh7.2. And Ireland. The Only Means of establish Thonda 5-3�r, i ing that Union Vete rid pious Liberty Ami i f. H. But a Ute Ril civil Equality. Tho Bill would by con u-8. Bond. Mos. 11-8% 114% i any reunion Between per it Plo a a England the Only Means of Estam u Vivete religions Libert a Quality Ihms .v3�r, 1888 Large. Small. 118 4 112% 1121 11252 105% new York. A seem to be Pretl it expedient to Issue it new York March 8,a car int Rumphs. The to leu s Washington dispatch save it is understood that or. Stewart fully Peculiar situation in which be has been plated will to Morrow formally offer his of the portfolio of the Treasury thus relieving All concerned from the embarrassing and delicate position in which the Force of circumstances has placed him. Boutwell will be offered the Treasury department. He will undoubtedly accept. This turn of affairs has been Ornum indicated to judge Hoar and it is expected that he will tender his resignation to in reside Grant to Morrow and the at Torney generalship will then to offered to judge. Pierrepont of new York. Tho president to Morrow will Send to the Senate a message withdrawing his a message of saturday and at the same times end in the nominations. A a Quot it a a a Senate and House committees. The Tribune says of the new House committees a Gen. Sch cock remains at the head of the was and Means committee Genii. Garfield it is expected will take James f. Wilson a Placo As chairman of the judiciary comm tree Ami Geu. Logan will take the place thus v4�ant at the head of the military committee. The chairmanship of the appropriation committee held by a Hilburne to be offered to Henry l. Dawes of the Springfield f Maas District. Banks is in pc let it l to remain at the head of the foreign relations committee. I a in the Senate gov. Fenton takes the place on the finance Comingtee and Pacific Railroad committee w hich gov. Morgan vacates. Fessenden takes Morrillos old place at the head of the commit tee on Bayard that of appropriations arid Young his lather on foreign relate tons. Hayti. Or. Sumner made another Effort to Day to get the Bill through the Senate giving mrs. Lincoln a pension of �5,000, but a motion to refer it to the committee on pen Sions prevailed and thus he waa not Suc new Tui. Chaplain of the Senate. The Senate to Day elected Rev. Or. Newman pastor of the new metropolitan Baptist Church Here chaplain of the Senate during the forty first Congress after Twa ballots. The Senate adjourned at Hal past to Chi a a a. T. Stewart declines. A. T. Stewarts letter declining the place of Secretary of the Treasury was plan jell in the hands of the president about Hal past twelve of clock. It is not peremptory being simply intended to relieve the president from embarrassment. Senate proceedings. In the Senate messes. Howe and Cameron denied making certain speeches at trib Teri them relative to or. Borie. Or Conkling introduced a Bill prohibiting secret sales or purchases of Gold for Ike government. Referred to the committee on Commerce. N a joint Resolution requiring parties asking Relief from political disabilities to make application to Congress Over their own signatures setting Forth the grounds for application was Laid on the table. A Bill supplementary to the National currency act was referred to the finance committee. V a Bill for the better Protection of the lives of passengers on steam vessels was re ter led to the committee on Commerce. Marietta. A special dispatch Cable i have thought this proclamation. In witness whereof i have hereto set my name Aud caused the Seal of the state to be affixed in the City of Indianapolis on this the a it the Day of March a. Do 18u9. Conked Baker governor. Indianapolis March to. Old democratic sentiments. A meeting was held Here last night to express the sentiment of the people in regard to the constitutional amendment end the Bolt of the legislature. It was Almly attended not More than two Huu i for the pay ment of the Krei Icli dred la ing present at any Tim and was the last Ari i v Al brings lat it run wholly by Tho Iii it Crais Olio got off the same old a Eicheh Ami resolutions denouncing the Upen Hcan party trip attempting to Force negro Equality on the people. Indi a Napolis mar i 8. Legislature adjourned. The legislature met at 10 of clock and adjourned Tine die. Address to the people. The address of the Republican members to the people of the state is published this morning. It is signed by Cravens and Stein on the part of the Senate and Stanton Buskirk and Osborne on the part of the House and sets Forth at length Tho cause jesting to the breaking up of the legislature fixing the blame where it belongs on the Deiuro crafts. Havana March 7. Elusive shutting out All kit rovers but carrying with it Rio penalty or Saifi. T he proceeded to explain that Tho Bill is intended to go into eth tit on and after the j first Day of Jariis tauv1871 As soon As it had Reee Ivsky the Royal assent a com mis Slou Wilt be Appo Kitcy for a period of ton f years to Gnand the property of the Church i and to prevent Tho creation of any now interests. All ecclesiastical appointments for 1 blend hereafter Are to it to Mude without Freehold. No Money is to it be pm i played for Permar out purposes. These pro visions Are to take of the suspensory i measures passt a. Last year. It is ass Simotu that Tho Ca Cygy and Puoplo May desire to have other religions organizations for those which they were about to give up. In such Case the Queen in Council would recognize Trio newly constituted Relt Giovis bodies but not create them. The result would be the abolition of Cortri and and of the rights of Bisi tops to the peerage. Ail ecclesiastical corporations w Ouid be Dis off vet and then the disestablishment of the Irish Church would be Complete. Provision is made for the clergy who Are to receive life annuities All private in i ments to remain intact. Tiie Church is to be handed Over to a Council for i religious Grants Are proposed for the support of St. Patrick and eleven j other cathedrals these structures in ing regarded As National property t churches no longer required Are to be handed Over to a Board of works for the i Benefit of us annl and burial grounds Are to be placed under the charge of the Attar i Diane of Tho poor. The presbyterian i clergy Are to receive Annu Ifica in lieu of the Ite aim Downum and the roman Catholic College at Maynooth and presbyterian colleges Are to to get granted capitalized sums of i Inouye. Further legislation is to be had in regard to Trinity College. A tithe rent flu to Oziri red to Larid owners at two a Rity two arid a half years Purchase. Church leased j Are to be sold tenants having the first of lion. The capitalized value of the a Hurch pro a it erty is estimate Dat ,5�riti of of which ri8,,0�m 4s to be appropriated to compensation wild the retnamd�rr4n the t words of the preamble to the Bill is to be employed for the advantage of the Irish i it eople and not fog the purpose of any Church or class nor for the teaching or re j Ligion but for Relief in eases of Una void j a Able calamity or suffering at tin same time it is not cancelling the obligations Laid i ten property for the Relief of the poor. Grants Are also to to made to provide for the care 1 u2 ,.105% the new York Stock Market was without much activity during Tho week. The fluctuations in prices were generally slight to this u. S. Express shares were an of Eplion. He Vang Beeri seriously depressed by. The reported trouble with Erie railway company when the new Erin tract was known and the intentions of the Erie managers became known it advanced largely. On last monday to quoted it at 45%, to Day at 59%. To Day the Market i generally firmer. Ivc Ruments were unsettled arid irregular during Thow Eok. Today they an quoted steady and prices at the noon Board Are slightly higher than at the morning Call. Sterling Exchange is Dull at 109% for go Day Bills. Cincinnati Price list. Fex prestly prepared and Curry cited Tor the chronic is it after uie dose of Cha aug hoofs. I monday March 8�?p. N i 50 4 2� 4 75 8.75 4 25 3 25 8 a a v 9 42 30 30 25 president Salnave made his Long exp sect i a a Luu Atica Fri the to fanning of nurses anti attack on the City of Aux Cayes by Soa and land but met with no Success. After bombarding the City Twenty four hours without Success he suddenly sailed away to port a Prince. His land fat res Sui of Tane orighly assaulted the town Aud were repulsed. The rebel president Siget has arrived at St. Mary a. The rebels have purchased the american Steamer it. Vernon and intend to make a demonstration against Sal Nave s sleet. The.frewch_a<ljri4rar reiterates Bis demand of tiie i Lantien a a voc Rumour debt. W. Or a lates from Raccas. The Venezuela Congress had in Trust the executive Pui wors to Gener Khi Trupo Jose Ruperts Monagi is and Guillermo Jii shed the task Ami the government Lor Tho support of county infirm Aries or. Pis Raidt followed,.and spoke briefly j he Asid he regarded thai policy of the administration in regard to the Irish Church As politically wrongs anti the Bill As an act i of confiscation but the government has i a \ right to bring the matter before the House j for a full diff Carrion and he would not a a it Bobc the introduction of the Bill a motion was made by or. Gladstone and agreed to arid the Bill was Intro 1 a get Ltd and read for the first time an a March is is a it i it pointed Tor the so to min a Reading. The 1 Lousy Jhen adjourned. W j t he Yiacas. To Dayi the scheme fat a tin of the Irish Church proposed by Muff Gladstone fairly Ace Teu Maryland. To the Cincinnati chronicle Marietta March q. New Oil Well. Reikard Fawcett a co. Struck a one inn dred barrel ii Well yesterday on burning Springs run near cow run Ohio above Marietta this u new Oil territory. Princes Anne \ d., March 5. Four a germ s. William Wilson William Wells George bal by and Frank rounds were hanged Here to Day for the murder of b. F. Johnson and Henry Quot Corrou Captain and mate of an Oyster Sloop in March 1808,/ rounds sold Bis body la or Dissert Ion. He said his real name was Frank Anderson. Bailey gave his real name As George Bryson and directed that a letter should be sent to his Mother. Tho prisoners All made remarks to the they were ready to go and that quickly. Bailey said that although he was in Tho plot be did no strik Ltd a blow. Rounds and Wells died instantly and Bailey in a few seconds. Wilson a neck did not break. A groaned and struggled horribly got the rope off his bands and a legs caught hold of the shroud of rounds and then of his own rope by which he Drew himself up on the scaffold again. The jailor ascended and tightened the noose and again pushed the wretched Man off jerking the rope violently As he kill. A Hie prisoner continued to struggle for five minutes some of the crowd vell Fig. A a that a right you ought to the so Scot Ion occupied ferry five minutes. Toward the last 4,000 or 5,000 spec Tat Ora were Prsa Sot. Villegos. Provisionally until an election la had for president of the Republic. A report comes from san Domingo that general Luperon purchased a War Steamer at St. Thomas in which he intends to embark with his exies lotion to overthrow president Baez. The rebellion in Southern and Eastern quarters of san Domingo has not been suppressed and rebels there Are very Active. It is rumoured that president Baez Lias sent or. Fabers to Washington As special commissioner to treat for annexation to the United states. The project is extremely unpopular in ban Domingo. St. Louiss or. Louis March s. Well Iris Ines i parties say that the difficulties Between the settlers on the Cherokee a citral lands of Kansas and the. Railroad company Are a Ein satisfactorily adjusted and that the settlers on these lamps Are rapidly paying for their claims on or. Joys terms. The terms Are Tho appraised Price fixed by of he government commissioners on live years time at seven per cent interest the settlers to pay nothing if the Border tier rail re it Al fro in Kansas City mo., to the Southern Boundary of Kansas is not built according to contract. This Road is to be completed by or. Joy by the-15th of a Tober next. A a Large delegation of Kansas men have passed , Eri route to Washington to Endeavor to obtain by the Senate the ratification of the Osage treat made by commissioner Taylor Yttri it he Osage indians of Kansas by which eight Hundred thousand acres of land were coded to certain Railroad. V a modification the original treaty has recently been agreed upon by the parties interested and it is thought that there will be further Dittli culty. The latest arrangement is that 2,00� ,000 acres of these lands shall go to the Leavenworth in wrench a Galveston Railroad 2,000, to the Atchison Topeka a Santa be Railroad 2,000,000 to the fort Kent a Sodalia Road and 2,000,000 to the Necho Valley Road. Serves the support of parliament. A it Ndon March of the fenian imprisoned in various parts of the kingdom have been liberated. The following Are their names Thomas t. Burke an american l evian organizer Dennis f. Burke recently continued at ule Kenwell Charles kick Well poet and one of tiie Edi Tois of tire Rua people Captain Markey and Altos is. Of Connor Starke and of Keefe. I the latter w As sentenced to ten years imprisonment for having written a treas tin j Able article Pir Blishok in the a nah people. A messes. Fou for Starke and o Keefe were / liberated unconditional he. J advices from Rio Janeiro state that the United states Steamer Kansas got aground at a Iquilla in Paraguay River. If n. March 7 steamships Nevada from new Yin re. February 24, and Aorta froth new it re february 24, have j arrive. A Quot Quot i Southampton March?.the steamship i Alemania from new York february 2.�, arrived off this port at 9 of clock this even fill Nisi a. Berlin March a a or. Bancroft Tho american minister gave a grand dinner Day but it fore yesterday in Honor of he inauguration of a general Grant. Count Bismarck was present and made speech. He said no ii sri the had Ever Arisen Between Tho United a tortes and Germany and Friendly relations Between the two countries w Cro now Esith rally guaranteed. Italy. Ashes Pota per la. Pea per la. Sta Uati per to. Sul soda per la. Casual to per in Broom cd a in red per ,.175 09 Linen i it or inn. 319 of Bakk i. Chestnut Oak per cords 00 Baos v Colton,seamless.2 Bush. 48 gunnies�?21 Burlap. 20 bagging Kerit fiery 1% la per Yard. ,2 la Fer lax. Per Yard baling rope is line made per la. Hand a a. Iron us brooms Shaker. Per . A Blinker imitation per Dost. Extra hurl per of bar. It Hilum i it or Dos. Carpet Par doa. Common it or Toz. By Cam boat per beeswax prime yellow per la. Boltik a extern Reserve prime to Choice. Central Ohio Aud Indiana Phine to Choice. Central Ohio and Indiana Fajr to Goel. Cen at Oino and Indiana cooking a. Can Ibri it a a Star per ,. Tallow. Quot. Motion middling Uplands. Low middling. Good Ordinary a. Did it nary. Coat Yough Leheny afloat per Buh. Delivered. Lilo River afloat. W Ohio Rin fur. Delivered. Cott it n a in s a n 1 t w 1n aka Ort Thi no mtg is per . Do. ,5no it a . It a a a Setch a a a it. N 7uljb Cit fort twp per la. Courm War a it or to. Candi1 Vries per la. Coverlet yarn per la. To i be Pef la. A cot ton m a Uit per la % Cut in it no Gnu in. Por la Cotton Trot lines per la. Cheese factory per la Western a nerve j or to. English baby. It or la , per la. Yon Rig a Merica per la. Cooil Elk a a a a pork by so. Of flour urls. I act Rule uni urls. Iron bound it in urls. A a a whisky urls. Common a a a a Tiai pierces. Ham Kliu k Lehds. Fly tight he diff tight a. Slack half urls per .�., la no it few. Coopers stuffs at rtver.1 barrel polos per by poles per Bra Staves co Guiou it or Stavas common per l, railway Bra poles Law Low Green. 11 he poles per Low. 3ft o0 125 o 17 00 49 5 9 9 9 m mss 28 27 26 25 3 t 50 22 21 17 22 9 .8 7% 5 09 4 50 5 25 4 00 4 75 4 Law 8 25 10 41 40 35 Wjk Quot s 2ti l 25% in Wuhl per la. Provisions mess in Oik City a end. It of in err use owl bulk meata.should�?T, let Kje bib Sid s. Lure. Khor rib Side it a a Calcai Sidt a. Of a ban slum hers packed. He hides Pake let. I. Clear rib sides packed Clear is Lee. Packed. S. C. Lems packed. K p. Bums Cav Maedl and packed. Plain bams. Isirdo crime City Leaf . M m a v la Ftp ctr Louisiana Jar .z _. Carolina put la. Rangoon Ier la. Balt. I it it oils tic it or Bush. Bra. Turks bind. Per Bush. 1.1 v or Pool Quot iwo bag. Kkt Kph a la a ver. Per .,./ Tii Riouz it per Quot Bush. Flax per Busto. Shot a a Quot a Assort is per Keg. Afroim nor / Buck per Keg 4 soap Quot a Ca Tlle. Per .r. German it a r la. Resin is Rob. Big aka. New Orleans her la. Quot it Marara. Per la. Cd Imp .,.,.� port a i too put rib. Refined yellow per la. Refined soft White Erlb. Refined hard per la. 8tarck�? first Quality per la. Second Una Lite. Scr tobacco r. A. I aft com. To Good lugs pm it Rob Leaf. Fine Leaf it. A. Detect Lens Bright. Sweeti i a a filled per la medium Wranich is. Fine. Selections. Mason c o. Trash per ., it a hust., Misi Tim Leaf Good Leaf. A flue b of. A Electious Bright a tallow \. Cuy rendered per ,.,. Country rendered. Pix .m Wool com Uoo to washed fleece per la. / medium to Fine tub-washed2. T washed fleece. Polled wooden Ware bueketa�?2 1rk>p3 lit Kip. Tut a a no. -��2. No. I. A a a it one a so. Wash Bosmis per Dot.,.7 churns no. 1, no. 2, a a. M to a 75 a i i a 4 it i it it 1 m i at l a 86 40 5 00 1 45 u 9 it a i 4 Ltd 08, 9 4 a 4 9 it <4 4 1ft or 2s of a top 00 a l 40. A i to it -4 to it or 1 05 i a 1 he 87 80 6 i a i 13 31 50 Cincinnati. Monday March 8. The receipts at the various Yards in this City and vie Unity for thews pc have been 2,115 attle/s2,20t� sheep and lambs. 3,i9l hogs 190 mules and a horses. Beef cattle Trie receipts have exceeded the demand and tha Market is r slow with Many left Over at Trie close tin i sold but holders Are not disposed to accept lower prices. We quote common at �3 75 to �4 50 medium at �1 75 to a a re i Prince at �5 75 to # it 50 Ami extra shipping Stock at a it 75 to �7 50 Par Cental live weight. Ltd Sneep the a Lemand fats by fire a the Market is Uick in the firm at f t50�d00� for common to extra live weight. Loris a the demand has keen fair and with a moderate Supply the in tract s.eadj-, with ail sold at the Closeal a to f 11 25, Gross for Light to heavy average. Milks a the demand is father less Active Loco Ishmon Stock. Prices have a Wale Range of ��0 00 to200 00 or had a Ord ice a to size age and Quality horses to 1�?Tnere Are no hordes in these Peris tins week. St. New York. New York March 6. Beef Catti. tit of receipts for Trio week were 0,314, it of which 1,9js were i the Market Ine Hided in a the weeks receipts were jts of from Ohio 4,050 from Illinois 95 from Kentucky none from new York and Connecticut j Siw from to indians �?~t<0 from Texas Audi her once and 2uo for it a Quot m is-uri.7/ the Market was rat her shot a an 1 closed weak at Echt be. A few Are left in sold. The Quality was Ira Diu in. The lol lowing Are the prices current sex Ira Peri >17 17qc prime a r la. Ir.f.z16% 4tft%e fair to go l. Per la 15 a thie Lyxie. Per >4lk average per la .7 ._____v.il6% in. Snyder sold 80 Otid Good 7% cwt at a a 1. Lamb t5 Ohio 7j, cwt at la to digit \ a pct a f>1 a a it. At 15c j. I. A a arb a 7 , a Quot cwt at 1 1 to 1.3 Al Cramler cd Sheik to. Hli Nois 7 cwt at ii. To re a a a Hig it it me 1j0 its Souri , at l5i�vi7� boilers a a o. 45 Ltd to. Ltd us at 15. Quot 4 _ a she Flthe total re a clods fir Tho week wore 22.949. The 1 bar Ket was rather slow and weak but prices Are unchanged Tho Range he avy 5% to c it common to it i per trite a it fat were received to Day. Ten cars any but unsold. 1 Caroljo than poor 11ft sold at it. A a t car a a a to 77 at 7c 1 j car Good 90lbs, at six 1 car Canada 12b ii sat 9%c. 1 Ileus the total rear Pinta for the week were ,7 2. To Day 39 cars arrived. The Ilc mind was fair Lor live at to Lac. I 1 Cay it Hio 150 .Sojd at 1 car 16d i Atlle 1 car Illinois 194 at i it ii Fiji. A prices of 1jeef i trn k argue a a air Ilia week. Very and on Sale to Day Ltd. s. A Hub Tern ral a r it a first it Gualt y.,.-.7 4. Jug. A a a a it it in t r a run Itzy or a a bit Lizun 1 bin a a no fit a we 61 a .i,.1 f �1. A Stu. A a a a he a a s Hefu Araa. Us a a 1 Fogt Uff rat.-. Old Foj must 1 tits to it or. Trot i 7 we Teklie 111ie . 4 Trulio. Kentucky . S�mi�0s� to on for and All Urr it is for the a a or 1 use of Lault a. He Shaft keep a me Moran tic Bizio Weltig important Busl Nen is traits a acte a in tic it nto City legislature last a a a til 10 a a rotate Board of imn Gra Flo i we eos Isth a the Board to roasts of governor a my a suitor Fez Ojida. And menu Ber from or it h congressional a strict to Hodd Oftie 1 it a i w o years meetings not to exceed foot in a year be Board to a coment dinner Oil in magi Alion w Home salary shall he91 a a year Alee of to Fly cents it it a every labourer . 1, and t to find a half per cent for Sabs of real estate. It shod be his duly under the a Freeto n of he a ht1, food Alu Public and Vuctir put maos and other Twifor Matuu a in tit the Barrt will be to could ice to invite Kinin Girais n Tny Tif. A to Minini Vul Nei Shull Reoa Ivo and Forward to so h a a nth As rim be e-npbr�1 All print of is for i 11 h _ Dum of a a App jct lots fat a lab Quot res a Rop Oaks for Salt Ltd i property show no the a Wilence of a Pink Ftp. Number and dese i 6 on of labourers 1 Ropos <1 wages and also the he Tiou character value Etc., of Alt lands Oft real for stole but. No a Uca Tiou shall he Receiva except it to Mode by a citizen of this state Aud by a it Stirt ate. Una tees Cal of the Fri Marty our Kerkof thu county of his or her resident that he or she is a person of Bose buy probity and Good Demeanour and Pecunia Rily a Tan it be or his or Lier Cosier Acari no a Board shall have Power to App it intone screen am May empty ranch local agents in the t nit. I states 011 such to it Ruis As to them a 5e not b. Vol duty it shall be to secure use prop�?T.1 a i St r it ii on of auth pamphlets a ments a.-., May furbished them by toe to secure arid Forward such labourers a nay a it applied for toe inc sates of property under the instruct Iota of the a Tommie a Pinhei and to Monr go t n every Way Hec 5 a services t w by and so nov in on eat City soul seller of Nib Reg to a in Llu it school vol a Bill to Trail Ria Branch a both 11 the Day Ltd h lot it olt Tuluk a tip Suji. Id Foi. Ignazy rat a Hal receive for his. Not five Hundri tto Llars in Curren it let a entitled to charge Rich Conila but us hindi re i Ollers Orthof prop or b and let a Hon to by paid by the a it r,>i.s the Board May direct under ? s it Mav a rho Ribe. Louse a of for the Benefit of common As passed. It null mrs Elbe i Otic Aville a Naab Tlle c icy any to ext Ruil the Bardstown As p . D. No. Have adopted a res bilion of Lxi a Ltd la Rorm it for mar a 18th. And it to i consider a it a the table thus pre no reori�idera�t0�. Ranf Laid bubihe8s notice. The unit Runae of Nat Are Aad exper Loco Imma amorates that whoever would enjoy the pleas Urvi of food the Bearty of in escape the Joy of rom a a anus Jbf the Riel of tiler Ture or the honors of station Fuat re a a in mail in m Rry their health. Tea Yff it of fori. fund note Rug 112 stomach la to to. Rhi it. Cd a eat Lve it it calf and or Oliace Hea Tiack 1ojj of apr 1.11 re lies u us Low Pulm of ver Ash it Uris a is etir., which air fee san Tuppy Nuh of mat horrid list As. F ,. Is a Tali assumes a thousand to it it toward a Der Abl life and p mail Ltd to a by. F. Ant Tion it Ytaas will Preveau Ove line and i Tom tract at of these a Fps to they act with unerring Power Ojai Ace Valru with the Pieta into of a Over Jive. We Soli a water it Peri or to the Best imported to Erieau a Ltd a in and sold at half the , m of 4-4t t but 1. Alt w 10 1-s.rail. I a 1 m a my Marj Van id in l. In. By a. V stat sir a a a it in. Ruof. . Us it by Mak amp Ltd. \ k l kerch 2l or. How Aid Israel Rake. Shh of a Tunas. Mgt a n at Pui a. March i., to. A a vim. Van 1�?T. N. Of m an Roe up Kaad Lucy a. Meir Kiln. Of Kafi Liy pc m 47 a of a a t a it. T pm so if Chi Der. James it Rey to a. 1.010 of Terre Dauk. Of Tox March id. In. Us wll ruling Kora e sin it h t Mary in Spur to. Oulu near Lucas Ifie Scioto Ausulla a m m of Volloa j \ or Glia. Osi Virginia Mary Laud to gift 15> 1ii 07j in 18 <4 16 18% 4 a 17 p 10 37 00 16 total. ,w.7 remarks on beef ouly 1 a moderate Supply of cattle this wet a drovers anticipated a cons drab la and Vanee 1 in prices a tul the few sales that were made previous to this morning wore 5tt cents per Loo pounds higher than the same Eattle 1 would have brought one week ago. I this morning however the Market Coull j i not be hold in to the Advance reached yes-1 Keiday and although tolerably Active it is generally Cote cent Al that the sales to Day j ranged Only about 25 a rents per it 0 pounds f higher than last week rates. T i. The offerings this week were chiefly of a very go Hgt a Quality of cattle among i which Ami deserving Especial notice was a very Superior four year old Bullock which 1 weighed Gross 2,l�.� pounds. He was fad j by or. J. S. Black Nfn of Highland coun. To Ohio Ami sold to or. C. A. Murphy of a \vi1mimgton, Delaware. J Quot Mil. H rows there stave been but few a sales made during Tho past week and prices Are unchanged ranging at $45 00 to �v5 a it for cow and Call according to Quali a to and com Ditle in. T veal calves Are Verv scarce arid in Good demand a prices ranging from 7 to 9 be. I the Slider Jiaw jct. I a be tits till we or z.r.,t7.,. 1,772 4.167. 1-w the past under a Smith ten of it. Gom. Hoik Al a web Ceuta at kit Johnson Cut mgt to Ohio. Or. n. To Himyn. H w v. In -rfi�vd4v Rebr Arr Iii. In it lie Fon inc. M t a. he i As of mama Ohio to my Kate 1. Cluj. A a of a it , Ohio. He i Kin it a a. Ahir get u Buai. To a a. Or. A. C in pm n it f in l. Sij met ii Mary l. Brt Al Hurt of mu1� a. Kit. Hawk 1 for Cinar a. Or. Int eth Hawk to Melv 01 fort by t. In i. It a w k re Colet in Maroku March of. Or we j. Hawke of Chicago and l. La Bella a a to Fri Hughl. R of the Tat Afi Etnah cd a a of Portsmouth fat. Rah Uhlry in Marti to. Ottlo. March it it Icrea w. He i of it a Caito and Iota Sta k atm. Daughter at the late Ailts Utah Cole of a Xuxa out. Died. end the Nora Init at 7 Ixo sleek j. Of sle vein. Of , in the Jutt year of urn age. Newman in Fronton oho february 2x1, or. Henry Newman a text to Rara jul Ken Naar wet her. Elk february a a. 1-ss, Fina fever we Liao a in you. Tea., a of let year. 2v la Tayao Wuu Alp Xuy Ktie rim com not. mra Calth Raton relict of a to Iota Ooi Benton. Hunter at Hun if tence. Calko a. Rie Klabi Cut Oaty. , feb. Id la of a Hanse Nia. John Hunter formerly of a Lou it Ilie Ohio �0 the to year of in ago. Wtevej9s�ob tha cd �w�t., j. Frank Steven aged 37 Ymara. A flak near rata Van. Tier tront county of. Or. Ann Hul cd Asod 7aj eur. Heart Ini thar. March 5. A few. At t4t a. M mrs Rachel heart in the tie year of her a Quot. Want Molkar Moreh a 1888. Fur a pro r act leg 1l Mote a aleut i.>he.aj. A m years 7 Mun an 3 Days. A it a a our a or fair on the eth lust. I Are infant Aon of John s and l Artle m. Crawford aged 1 j ear. 1 Rantha Aid a Day. Fun of a in London. Stork March 1. Of coat amp Tion Jehn f. Flakey. Ayed 4b Yean. Thompson near urn Don. March x Jacak Thompson aged 82 years. Reo a get last Wek it o one year ago remarks week has let can rather Light att 17% i Good demand the mar Korthas filled Tirol 16% i and fit Good and extra sleep better prices have been realized. The ruling quotations during the week Range from 5 to 8c, at which the Market closed firm to Day. 2 the Swink Mark Al. 4-j8 a a ----4,179 in celts one year ago .v-ri.z3, m remarks Tho Supply of hogs this week full Apex. A o1 in tempts this wttk., receipt last w Eek. Information. In tilt to at1hn to important. To the marred a us Thane about to it i it it Arry and Twy Oug All a auntie a to Money value will in Ait it Toaty add Caa it a a receipt of a Kroe Weot stamp to pay rat uni Terraye to at a ii St Dupuy Mart Baw w p. O. Box 1047, one out x wanted --aoeht5t&Quot ant Kii agents Jaq Side March a night scenes �3% 5 j 6 a a 7 9 w -14 <4 15 let # it 1� 19 9 20 12 9 us 11% a 40 m 42 42 5 43 46 -4 50 27 # 80 37 9. 40 ii met the demand and although the c Denoy of priota. Appears to be Down f Ward there is no material change to notice the Range being for fair to Good hogs 14% a 15%c per la net. Quot 5. A in the Dihle. U or whisk Lilg Winea in Bond. I tax paid. Vinegar Oder per my i fact ured per v leg 1 Uta Toca of air Val. From store. Of ions per Bra a. Cinc Iupati la nurse Market. Tho demand Lor Hornea in Thia Market during the past week Haa been Good the sales at auction Aud Sala stables amounting Toan average of 15o a Day Good Marea Lia be brought from $100 to 1130 each while Fine horses have brought from $200 to Ion. The demand Tor Mulea has not been so Good though Large animals Are still inquired Tor and bring from $130 to $175, the state of Trade. This new work from the Chaste and a Egayat be the a ath it a of a walk Aso or Wjk a cd so a called North my a corp to Al Etc us re Rof commet nation fro As and i Maiors at the Tercel from All arts of the of mime. One says a a it is i 6 in matter and pure in Syle. Another a oils err Truta Tion Rubel a a to Many another 19 ought to be a household Book the is h u the it Plato a Peak la it it another a eth bless Terr of the will get it a Aii the Boot he Faaee ilk water or Tut u Qantas a la another a it la Luil of truth precious As earns to a style of Gurien purity anti Devaty a a acetic had the Book Sells More than to v work Lor s was. Of Eways to sell this Book. It gives such Rood sail Ion Baa Theurer �?T�?T a other writes one of my is Bee Riber teds me the Resu no of the Book has made him a Christian pm Rente can put this Book into the bands of their i Hildren with con Dencey it Vaa Dot Call to please and instruct All win read to to appearance the Turk is a Model of artistic taste and Beauty. Minister teachers ladles and energetic Young Mea Fps 2 25 2 50 i 25 the in Ope not dead. It Lime March 8 reported death of the in Opo is Faiszt. Hpa1n. A \ Nur Ninafa rur Ruchs at a Ladrid. Madrid March 8 a ova ramen Barracks wore partially burned Here yester Day by a incendiary. Coff a. Kioze it just a per .�-. Tfir a a. Or xxx a a. Prime a a. Cimi a a. Java govt Riim to por in Lui Tauoa m egg6- por dozen at Marks. Feati1f.rh�? Pali to Uve per la. A of Lull a Mackerel no. It medium. A a no. 2, Large. No 2, Nie Luiu. A a no. 3, Barite. A a no. A medium. White fish per Hall Bra. Pickled Salmon per brl., a a i it Etc. Herring per Bra. Tod fish Perl. Hake pm a i la. Halibut per la. Bal non re la. A a herring Quot healed per Jox. A a no. 1, per Box. Large8bore herring bbl lab Rauft a a a a \ 9s 9 1 00 a a 9 35 1 m % 2 00 2 us a 2 a 175 9 2 00 1 so 9 1 75 1 10 9 1 25 �5 9 i 0ft 180 9 1 90 1-90. 4 -2 Oft 4 4 50 8 00 4 4 00 35 a 40 12 00 9 15 00 3� us a at 30 00 18 00 9 30 0ft 25 00 9 pc 25 00 9 4ft 00 9 22 00 25 00 s Conr Innanti dry goods Market. Reik tried exp Rosaly Abr the Claro Uncle a monday mormon March 8. A certain amount of distrust and inactivity Baa prevailed during the past week and the excitement Over the inauguration it president Grant operated to Check business to a great extent the season is favourable and Many buyers Are in the City hot the fluctuations of the last two a months and the uncertainty each Day As to what May be the course of affair the next have a met purchasers very a Titioka and i a r a late to la Yeii limiting their operations to such goods Only As were Attu j Gold ally need tin for present wants. The unchanged and Dull a drives which Are being one Rod by differ. Pittsburg Oil Market. A up edit dispatch to the Cut Connau Chr lib flubs March 8. Hie Oil Market la firm and Irtle doing. For crude of the it Apoi and Sellers option till. July 1st, 16 so is freely offered. No Sellers Lelow 17c. X at new York the Market a firm with a fair demand Tor crude at hi6c refined 35c, Tho fila Udolphia Market is firm but quiet crude. Me refined 34%e. The Oil City Market is of Lorn at Ftp �55 to a 75. On Oil Creek $8 25 to a 30. At Antwerp at upon to Day refined is quoted at 58 to 68% Franca. Domestic Miron by Telegraph pm Newyl Ork March 8�?1245 p. a firm middling 29%o. Government Bonds Are steady. Meas pork us quiet at $31 2.5, holders asking �31 50, Lara is held firm at 19c. Wheat is quiet Aud Hutyera offer $1 4> to $1 47. Coo is steady at 94 to 95c. Oats 74% to 75c. Gold 131%. Money Market is easy at 7 per cent. Sterling Exchange 109@109%. Sii Griir is unchanged Cuba 13% to 14% a in orto Rico 13% to l3kc refined 17% to 1 a Quot for a Whiteard hard. Coffee prime to Choice to to i Etc Petroleum is firm. Linae Edoll is wanted to it my it. A a Quot Era ten cd Nduati. O. M to weft Tor eat Dew it prior and terms. /.mulem, acct Royie a Publ it 1 n Uriu. For s 4tstut u 441 Way anted Auk to to sell too a sights and secrets 0� the National capital a work Dowel priv of w Abington City a id Aad it ut�1de unmarked and a posed. The spec Leet. Unt the filter us a i eater Alainie. Inst Cal be and a Umahag Bock >1 i a Day. Wed Tor circa Lara w Ith Tenas a. Jln no Ken a co., itty sat a a a. Firm Rvl. Fri medical. Or. Bigelow ntl.%1 pm Mcsam no. Ark Street Corner of Monroe steins Aad chronic Dan Elvis a i Neafolly treated. 9eo�t for ate or put Tali it my Ith tar free of charge if it writings of the Ervau Ailt a it Elia item a us a 1 of rth read uhf. South wv4 sexes a be 11 it 11, Shtok the int Day w lacks. It Enid for Deco Lar of Pearle Emedie. Sally us by married ladies. Add sea c. Bio flow. Do fed ways p. O. He 144,� Lea a a. In. Cut Hou Kcf Aro haying an injurious effect on the Market As buyers will not take Cleveland we quote City March . Made brands our at in 50 to Sun he a Witto saws 1-1�?o re to -6gx� u. 11,. of prices. Tho condom Iii. A it it a a Moor wac. Tax x x rod1 Vetn of Ibbers to Force Are not a Fer i r fun. Maiio $7 2a Jas Ori it it a a x red Winter and it 5 ,7 25 for xxx Spring $9 75<fi of jobbers to Force Trade Are not discernible 011 the Market and it is sincerely desired by All parties interested that the Market will sch Odily Settle Down to sgt me position in which there will be regularity of values so that country merchants will not be so backward in making their purchases. Brown re Tektinow and Iii tinos Llave not Bce ii called for very extensively and jobbers have made a slight reduction j f in the prices of a few brands to Ang Merit Trade. We make but Tittle change in our quotations. We quote Agawam lie 1111cn> Sivji i 11 v xxx Cut a Kun. 1 a111 Oak bag Lac Atlantic a 18c Baltic 13� but a it to o,14c Cabot a 17 pc Dwight 11,13c Allerton a 18c Grafton a Trie Indian head ise Kennebec lie Lawrence 17c Maxwell 22%c Newmarket a 14c Portsmouth a 13c Stark a 17c Tremont a i 13c Waverly a 14c, and others at proportionate rates. in and Sallr Tinus there has beet to particular change in a these goods. The slackness of Trade and the disappointment of a few holders has led to slight reductions in quotations but it prices Are More or teas nominal. We quote andr Scoggin at 19c Boott a 17c Canoe 10c Dwight 2iic Elmwood 2t�?T�o Forest Dale 18c great Falls a 15%c Hills 18c Hope ii be Langdon 18� Masonville Llvy new York Mills 28c Putwain a 14q Waltham 14c a Linthrop 15c Ami others at it Riporti Tuite rates. P a Llave been slow of a ale not a withstanding the late reduction in pries. Stocks Are accumulating As buyers Are Only taking a Lew pieces to sort up with. We quote Allens at , 12c Bedford 10cj Cocheco 14% a Dunnells lie brands Amber 19 25 for xxx White Winter. Buckwheat Ilour sold at $8 00. A heat a Sale of 1 car no. 1 Ohio Spring waa made at $1 35 no. 1 re i Winter is held at Al 50 sales were mad of no. 2 at $1 42. Corny Nales were made of 3 cars at 07c. Oats Are held at Petroleum meet with More is arc firmer though not news it a tally changed refined is held at 32% to h3c for Large lots 2 to 3c Advance on Trade lots. A Loi is ill March fit a. sales Are reported of 50 Hhd at the following rates Low grades common lugs to medium cutting Leaf at 4 75 to $12 00. Cotton is held at 28c mess pork is quoted at $32 00. Lard sales were made at 18%c. Bacone shoulders sell at 14c Clear rib sides at 17and Clear sides 17 a All packed. Flour superfine is Selling at �5 50 to a it 00, wheat sales were made at Al 50 to $1 55. Corn is Selling at 02 to or Oats Nales were made at 02 to 05c. Rye $1 50. Whisky 92% for raw free. I a. Louis March quiet and us Charig u. Wheat easier on Low grades of Spring ranges at $130 to $1 32 for nos. 2 and 1. Corn Una hanged at 05 to08c. Oats unchanged at 05 to 08c. Rye steady at $135. Barley unchanged at ft00 to �233 for Spring. Whisk v steady at 92e. Provisions very Dull and weak pork 31 to 31 a. Bulk meats and Bacon very Dull but not Quot Aldy changed. Lard Dull at 18 to 18%c. Toledo March 8, is inactive and a Shade lower. Wheat is Dull Aud lower anther declined be sales at $1 49%, Ous pot Type foundry. Franklin Type and stereotype foundry Branch of the Johnaon Type foundry no. 16� Vine Street Between fourth Aad fifth streets Cincinnati 0k ally soft Smith a Job is def a Uuk in Ivna of Aad Deavors to sews Book and Job Typo or inti nil per subs casks a allies in inks and matoral of every Dacar Tartow. �?~k1�>g p1uc Aad Branch a. Stare a typing a All sped potatoes. Yali Able seed potatoes the Early Goodrich. This var1f.ty of Early potato original to by Liev. Chauncey k. Goa Lri to of u1 y.,1n a from a a it a baits Otalor Frota the Oata n. 1.,�? a ral tube of South America has proved not Only car test but the Best of All the party Varia Tea How Bare re 1 Toa Public Kulaas it la the a Early which a aug it is Moog. 0#Aud vary proud a. La vat too Dar Tor Gan Oral plan Tux. Good Aiava a Tot to Attu White Sarto 1 tue Harrison. This variety icon Job Optat mid from balls As the forty Ion dark a Haua wite Tua Turing. But a bettor a Ciao Tor fall1 a did slab am. It i run a a a of Laid Tiff with White a old Naan and a smooth White Sulu la very prod Cuva r Well and is of Tox Tor the Tat product Bla. _ the Early Rose. 0 # a produced by m r. Albart la Breedaw be vat. In us i. Dom one of the Goodr Tok a is item in erect Stout of Medios write a a pm it a Ower bul a rot Fritt Tuyen get it re nuke it the. Skis Vety Tain but Lottah of a Dun bin Tali to to Desh White wild and Brittle Verr Maiv and of Quality Tor the table. We huh in a to n Daysey Rotor than the Karty , to and is equal if not Superior to Victory proportionate rates Brown drills have been in United he Are very Dull and buyers anticipate a reduction soon. Ticking so Are ii Ftp in demand for the Best makes and prices Are maintained. Strides checks denims and Corset jeans show no change in prices. Dress goods Are a Little More Active especially lawns and Gingham owing probably to Tho near approach of warm Barley is unchanged dressed hogs Are Dull at 12<$12%c. Chicago March s�?1 30 p. M.provisions inactive mess pork $31 00, Sellers option. Lard nominal at 18c. Dressed hogs earner at 12<a 12%e. Whisky quiet but firm at 90c sales. Flour quiet and weak. W heat irregular and More Active at $1 12% 1 1.j, corny demand fair and firm new 57c gats quiet but firm at 54% to 54%c. Rye Dull and lower , $1 17 to $1 19. Barley irregular to off x to $181, Nucal t very productive. It a Varlet for the Tal to the Al Quot a a Quot it it Wmk the a Early too Drici the a ajl Irry web a have been Crown by Maei i Oveland Artmont Civ into onto Lam sad of or. 1. S. A Seffron Utica. N. Y., such Waw to or. Iii it of rub Ami in our fave Brablc Western soil a Tor be Creny a improved on thertist Stock. My Supply of us of. It Rose a been chained of Tom the same so Aroa Mac a Tore warranted Gnu urn. Orders will be filled iter deck. Iter us Quot to. Par Bra. Forfar by fifth for Harrison it a aft a a fur Early per .� is my Fogt und package will Teseny by mall Poa Taxe Pami and orders a Iirth titled during mild weather in Toto a Mas 1.<>��.�v, chm tit Zulco. Cizik Iupati. . M or to retard of Tea

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