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The Cincinnati Weekly Star (Newspaper) - October 22, 1879, Cincinnati, Ohio8the Cincinnati weekly Star wednesday october 22, 1879. Special rates of subscription. Stable copy one year 1.00 single copy six months. .50 to commission for subscriptions for less than a echoes of the fight. Tend for a sri risen copy or the Weikly Stab. T free to any Addom Addran the Star Cincinnati o. How to Send Money. Can sent at our risk Post orders drafts or registered Lette express at the expense of the party e will not responsible for Money a letters mail. Change of add a Tabe Ribera desiring the address must give the poet office where they last received the a new Post Liliee. when Yoti desire to Eom Muni with us and always give your name Post a a aunty and state As there Are letters re y us daily some with no name others the Post office and state omitted. In i Thoj they can not answered. Our time of expiration of your subscription is pm Fly printed on the Label of your paper look at it and renew in time not to miss a n member. You will also greatly oblige us Fly showing the paper to your friends and idling them of its merits. Rambling rhymes. La our own bards brain of love end Reth sorrows sore and Ling Creth unto death but even love will Floe before an onion scented breath. And Many a Lover who hath swore to constant and True will grab his hat Aud skip before the old Many a Box toed shoe. A wan in Chicago died one Day and journeyed toward the skies. Eary Way Imago a Yed put he found it rather a his feet were of such a size. In laughter echoed every where his heart was free from pain Ntah he took the Temperance pledge and never a a smiled again. It f. A once on a time a youth 1 knew who bought a flute and blew and blew and so he blew both night and Day until he blew his brains away. That Windy youth i knew no More i the Giha had a neighbor who could shoot. His grave the Green grass now grows o or. And he soon stopped the flute St a toot. Dwellers on the Square. Thing about the squalid visitors that besiege Fountain Square. This morning As a Star Pencil Shoecr was a trolling along fifth Street his attention attracted the unusual number of hero Gers about the Esplanade especially at the Vine Street end which seems to the n spot perhaps on account of the in it travel. To the casual observer these Wen in a or after the Battle comments on our Ohio struggle. Poor miserable specimens of Anatomy fair twi very Little material for thought but Lor those who Are wont to study character there is exhaust less material. Approach Stag the hungry looking crowd the reporter a elected the one who was evidently the us rior of his fellow associates in the Way of Licet and addressed him thusly a Good morning old boy Fine morning it it a a yes did Nice a work is getting rather Dull now a a a work Why a fellow can to git nothing adar a got a Trade a a what is it a a a in a a p a Why there slots of houses going up Penters ought to Able Tofu and plenty a a a that might All so Boss but in Fried till in a tired a do you live in the City a a i hang out Here now but my Homes in toy a How Long since you left Troy a a Well i think about a a and have you been a hanging out Ever of acc a a where do you get something to eat a a most any where we can. When in Mon the Road i beg of the Farmers and when in a in town 1 manage to make a raid on a free Loath once in a while. Shovel in a Load of and get 10 or 15 cents then 1 but a couple of glasses of Beer and a Sandwich. A hat a very Seldom Here do you sleep when night ponies a if it is summer i sleep in some lumber Yard or express Wagon. If it is Winter i go to some of the a Are you never on the Road in the Winter time a Quot no always manage to strike a town before Winter sets a How Long have you been Here a a about a a going to remain All Winter a a Well i believe i will 1 find Cincinnati a pretty Good what Are your prospects for the future a a a Boss a that a a a Well Good Day old boy take care of yourself. A hold on a minute give me a chaw to or before you a a done to a got a dime about your clothes a a yes Here go get a plug of handing the ragged wretch a ten cent our Pencil Shover turned to the crowd who were resting their weary ? Bones on the Edge of the Esplanade and asked if were any of them who wanted a Job of work. Every one of them answered yes. Picking out three of the largest and strongest looking of them they were asked if Thev could break pig Iron and they All answered in the affirmative but wanted to know Tore engaging what wages they were to expect Bow Long the Job would last and several other questions. They were told that they would receive a Dollar a Day and it was All owing to How fast hey worked As to How Long the Job would hold out. One avowed that he would starve before he would break pig Iron for that Price an Ether declared that he was too weak for that kind of work and the third said his hands stand it and that he did no to think he could put in ten hours a Day in a shop it was too confining. And thus it is from morning Early until late at night these same men May seen lounging around the Esplanade half asleep with no idea of manhood no object in life no care for the past present or future just merely living in idleness and waiting Micawber take for something to turn up. Of pensive breath from disordered stomach irregularity of the liver or kidneys Ostive impurity of the blood Etc., speedily removed using Maguiree a Cun Durango bitters. Chicago times ind. Dem the real trouble is about to begin in Ohio. The scramble for senator Thurman a shoes will Lively and bitter. Taft wants Mem. Jim Garfield once beaten out of the senator ship the intervention of president Hayes who put the Barren Promise of the speaker ship in his grasp wants Mem. If John Sherman is beaten for the. Nomination next Spring in the National convention or concludes not to enter it he will want Mem. Stanley Matthews will want Mem. Foster himself May take a fancy to Mem and there a private Dalzell. At the Call of duty the private always rest ions. There a trouble ahead. Detroit news had Ewing carried Ohio his Victory would have transferred the party bag and baggage to its soft Money and Doug face elements and with these in the ascendant it would not Only predestined to defeat next year but for All time to come while that condition of things remains. Ewing a overwhelming defeat however annihilates the soft Money democracy whatever May its effect upon inflation As a separate party movement. New Haven Union Greenback perhaps governor elect Foster will now have a presidential Bee in his Bonnet. The Republican managers in Ohio seem to very accurate in their estimates. They All predicted just what has happened. They evidently have discovered a Patent process for carrying elections. New York Tribune rep a feeble Wail comes from the chief mourners of the late Ohio idea that the Republican Victory was won the combined influence of the Money Power and the Deputy marshals at the polls. As there was not a Deputy marshal within sight of the polls on tuesday the first part of this statement is undoubtedly just As True As the last. If the Money Power can buy up a 25,000 or 30,000 majority in Ohio it either has several barrels of Money or else Ohio democratic voters Are for Sale very cheap. New York Star there is one lesson in the Ohio election which is not Likely to forgotten the country. Two Gallant Union soldiers have been beaten and a gentleman who kept a grocery store during the War has been elected governor of that state. That is a lesson easily Learned and not easily to forgotten. The a a Stalwart cry for the revival of the angry memories of the War was an empty sound. Had it been sincere the Man who did the fighting and not the Man who never saw a Battle Field would have carried the Dav in Ohio. Ewing a defeat gauges the utter hollowness of Stalwart ism. When men Are sincerely attached to a principle their works do not belie their Faux. Had the positions of Ewing and Foster been reversed and had the Democrat been the moneymaking refugee behind his counter in the Day of trial and the Republican the Gallant general who fought the Battles of his country we would told to Day the Republican press that the people meant always to vote As they fought and the soldiers Victory at the polls was the Stalwart answer to the democrats. A a a it of the democracy has not been satisfactory to the Public but unfortunately the issues in both Iowa and Ohio we re complicated to such an extent that it is difficult to know just what the people their votes wished to condemn. Chicago inter Ocean rep the republicans in Ohio have done Well. They made a fair Square fight on National issues and on the largest vote Ever polled in the state have a Good majority Over All opposition. The election was a test of the political sentiment of the state. Both parties looked upon it As settling the a political status of Flie state for 1880. As a result we have a majority of 25,000 on state ticket and a majority on joint ballot in the legislature. The counties Republican previous to 1877, and marked doubtful in the last Campaign Are again Republican. Disaffected and demoralized districts like that at Toledo Are again in the Republican line. A the democrats Laid their plans to unite All the opposition against the republicans. They failed to succeed not because their plans were not Well Laid not because they failed to do Earnest and effective work in the Campaign but because the republicans United on a Stalwart platform and made prominent National and vital questions. The total vote of 700,000 Means that both parties were out in their full strength. The Large Republican majority is evidence that Ohio is against the solid South and against the present democratic policy and is Assurance that the state May counted in the Republican column for 1880. A a won to know half Ali eur a a the cured me of ague bilious Ness and kidney complaint As recommended. I had a half bottle left which i used for my two Little girls who the doctors and neighbors said could not cured. I would have lost both of them one night if i had not Given them hop bitters. They did them so much Good i continued their use until they were cured. That is Why i say you done to kno v half the value of hop bitters and do not recommend them High a b., Rochester new York. See other column. Zinox Amati live Stock Market. Cincinnati oct. 18�?2 p. M. The following Are the receipts and snipe Uttof live Stock for the past 24 hours r celts. Shipments cattle. 5 51 34 i fogs. 1128 629 sheep. 402 309 hogs the Market to Day is firm and Active. Common at $2 90@3 35, fair to Good Light $3 60� 8 75, fair to Good packing to. 40@3 70, and select but hers $3 80�> 85 per Cental. Cattle Market quiet and steady and prices unchanged. Common at is 50�2, fair to medium at s�?~2 25@2 75, Good to Choice it fg@3 75, and fair 10 Good slopping $3 85@4 40. Sheep the demand is Active and Market firm common to fair at s2 50@3 25, and Good to Choice at s3 50�4 50. Cincinnati. Oct 17�?2 p. M. The following Are the receipts and shipments of live Stock for the past 24 hours receipts. Shipments. Cattle. 307 4m hogs. 7196 1090 sheep. 606 106i hogs the Market is Active and firm for Light and quiet for heavy Selling common at 82 90� 8 25. Fair to Good Light at 83 6$3 80, fair to Good packing at s3 40�3 70, Ami select butchers at s3 75 83 80 per Cental. Cattle the Market is steady and quiet and prices unchanged. Sheep Mai Ket Active and firm. Price higher common to fair at $2 50@3 50. And Good to Choice Ai s3 75@4 50. New York Sun dem while Tom Ewing was at the front fighting rebels Charley Foster Calico Charley his Ohio neighbors Call him was keeping store in Fostoria. Yet the Stalwart republicans of Ohio although dreadfully afraid of the rebel brigadier have voted to. Confide the command of the Ohio militia in this crisis to the storekeeper rather than to the Well tried Soldier of the Union. And probably ninety nine in a Hundred of them have no sense of the inconsistency of the proceeding. New York world . If the contest in Ohio had l>e<3n fought out As the Tribune and the stalwarts foolishly insist that it was on the extra session and on the Stalwart version of those issues the result in Ohio would prove that just about one half of the voters of that Commonwealth can not lie made to care a sixpence about those issues even the United efforts of the whole administration and of All the leading orators of the Stalwart Faifili. The contest was in fact determined As the world yesterday said the bad advice which 5lr. Tilde a gave to or. Ewing in regard to the ventilation of his own Peculiar financial Crotchet. It leaves or. Sherman in Ohio As the world yesterday said As nearly As possible where or. Blaine was left a previous election in Maine and it shows of new York the Way to Victory so clearly that it will not easy for them to err therein. New York times rep on the Side of the democrats the presence of a Strong sympathy has been declared from the beginning. On the Side of the republicans there has been More inclination to coax Back Green backers and to show How nearly related they Are to the republicans than is creditable to the Republican Patty. Putting together this circumstance and the evasions and omissions which marked the discussions of the subject republicans of whom better things might have been expected we must admit that the Ohio Victory has Little political significance. It settles nothing. It simply confirms the distrust created the come of the democratic majority in Congress. It does not inspire Confidence in the courage or capacity of the authorities to whom the Ohio republicans Are accustomed to look for Leader. Ship when financial questions Are in Dis-1 Pute. Baltimore Herald rep the Ohio Victory is More a Public con Kenimer heat relaxes the system and renders us liable to attacks of diarrhoea dysentery bloody flux cholera Moribus cramps in Siom Nch Colic and other painful and dangerous affections for which or. Pierces compound extract of smart Weed compounded from the Best French Brandy Jamaica Ginger smart Weed or water Pepper Anodyne soothing Aud Healing Gums and balsams is a most potent specific. It is equally efficacious in breaking up colds fevers and inflammatory attacks. Every household should to a up lied with it. 50c druggists. A markets Telegraph. Weekly review of the Cincinnati Market. A i Ness of it clean and while vegetable sicilian hair Demna Tiou of rings than a Republican gain. Cleveland Penny press ind there is no Balm in this weeks elections for the democratic wounds that were inflicted California Maine and Colorado. The increased Republican majorities in Iowa and Ohio leave no doubt of the tendency of the popular will. The course Cincinnati oct. 18�?2 p. M. Breadstcff8. The Market for bread stuff s has been firm and prices advancing and generally an Active de Maud. Flour has been fairly Active mostly for local consumption and the Best grades. Fancy is quoted at 86 65@7 26. Family Selling at 86 3,6 45. Extra at 85 60@5 85, superfine at $5�5 30, and some Low grades at 84 2094 65 per Bra. As to Quality. Rye flour at $5@5 20 per Bra the latter for Choice Northwestern and Market quiet. A Ato were fairly Active and firm. Good to prime Sample on track at 32� 33, and no. 2 held at 34c. Prime to Choice White at 34@36c per . Inferior Dull and nominal. Barley has had an Active demand and closes firm. So ies of fall extra no. 3, at 90c, and no. 2 held at 95c, and prime to Choice Sample at 90c@$l per . Spring at 60�85c, As to Quality. Com was in Lair demand and the Market firm and higher. Prime mixed ear Selling at 50c per on track. Mixed shelled at 50@52c, As to Quality on track and sales of no. 2, to arrive at 53c. White Corn l@2e higher than mixed but Little uttered. Rye has had a Ste amp do Market and advanced 15 9 20c during the week closing rather easy. No. 2 is offered at 90c on track and buyers generally holding off at this. Wheat has been Active and firm Choice going up to $1 35, but tiie Market closes easy and quiet. Some red Sample sold to div at $1 30 and held 81 32 91 33 for Choice and q noted 81 25� 1 28 for fair to Good lots. About the same quotations for Amber. White scarce and nominally held l@2c higher than red. Provisions. The Market for provisions has been very quiet with Little doing and Light offerings and closing easy. Mess pork has had a moderate demand Anco closes steady and quiet at 810 per Bra though Small jobbing lots Are held 15@25c higher. Bacon had a fair jobbing demand and moderate offerings. Shoulders quoted at 4 4c, Clear rib at 8>�c and Clear sides at 8%�&%c per la. Sugar cured Mea s the Market steady and fair consumptive demand. Hamsat��10c, As to average and Brand. Breakfast Bacon at 7@7%c. Shoulders at 5%@5%c Der la All canvases and packed. A jobbing current 5.85e, and bids mostly at 5.70@5%c per la. Prime Winter steam not Selling enough to make quotations. Bulk eats Dull and Normal being hardly any on the Market. A few shoulders offered at 3%c and bids about a less per la Loose. Cotton. The Market has been firm during the week and quotations advanced a it Erlb. Sales for the week reported at the Cotton Exchange 1,045 Bales. Receipts for the week ending to Day. 2,232 Bales. Shipments for the same period 1,5>18 Bales. Stock remaining in this Market 2,161 Bales. The official i2%c per la. Whisky. The Market has been firm and Active and closes higher with Good demand at 81 08 per gallon. Miscellaneous. Bagging has had a fair steady demand and the Market firm. We quote As follows 2-lb flax 8%c, 2%-lb do 824c, 2v-lb do 9c per Yard jute la per Vard More. Iron Cotton ties 82 00@2 25 per bundle. Bags were in moderate request and Market steady As follows Burlap 4-, 11% �v2%c, 2%- 9 910o, a bunnies 2- 14%c, Cotton seamless 2- pj�24c, 2% do 25@3uc, and Wool bags 34 9 37ce�ch. Bark was in Light Supply and firm under a fair demand. Prime Chestnut Oak Selling at $13@14 per Cord alb at. Beaus were in ample Supply and had a moderate demand. Choice at 81 50�1 60, prime who e or medium at 81 30@1 40, fair to Good at 81 91 20 and common at 75@80c per . Beeswax has been in Good Supply and quiet at 20c per la for prime yellow. Brooms were in fair demand and prices steady and unchanged. We quote common 81 25 91 75. Shaker and hurl 82 25�2 75 Steamboat 83 00@ 4 00 per dozen. Broom Corn had a firm Market with fair demand and receipts rather Light we quote red Brush 2%@3 a red tipped 3 4@4c Green stalk 4 4@ 4lc Ana hurl at 5@5%c per la. Butter has had a quiet steady Market closing with Little change since our last. The receipts not Large but the Supply a Rale of All grades. The local demand is fair for the finer qualities. Packers buying sparingly and Only at very Low prices. Creamery 20@23c for prime to Choice and 25@26c for extra selections. Dairy made at 12�13e for Choice Central Ohio and 14 9 15c for Western Reserve with single selected packages at 16@17e per la. Good to prime lots at 8@10c,�?T and common at 3@gc per la. Candles arc in fair demand and the Market steady. Star at ll%�12c and tallow at 10� 11c per la. Cheese has had a steady and quiet Market with ample receipts and Selling at 10@llc per la for prune to Choice factory. Cordage there is a quiet and steady Market with to Lerate demand and Selling at 9@9%c for jute 10 4�llc for sisal and 12@13c for Manilla per la. Coal has been quiet and steady with moderate retail demand and stocks Light. No offerings afloat delivered to Consumers at 16c for Yough to Ghent 14� 15c for Hocking Valley and Muski Ngum and 15c for Kanawha and 12c for Ohio River per . St. Louis. Oct 17.�?wheat lower no. 2 red 81 32% \ no. 3, 81 23v�. Corn lower no. 2, 8714c bid. Rye lower no. 2, 77%c bid. New Orleans oct. 18 a pork at 810 65. Bulk meats shoulders new 4kc. New Orleans Vel Low clarified sugar first of the season received today. Peoria oct. 18.-Rcorn Active and easier h. N. 43j4<at4c no. 2, 43 913% .oat9 firm no. 2 White 32h/�33c Kentucky c. Rye irregular but firm no. 2,83>ac. Baltimore. Oct 18.�?mixed Corn sent and october 62c november 61c. Wheat no. 2 red spot and october 81 47 november 81 47 4 de Cember 81 49 4. Indiana Fous oct. 18.�?wheat Strong and higher no. 2 red. 81 129 91 32. Com higher at 4 l@45c. Oats higher at 30@31%c. Bulk shoulders 4c. Lard 6<3t7%a amp is 7%c. Milwaukee. Oct. 18.�?wheat unsettled october 8117 4 november 81 28 december 81 20corn steady no. 2. 44c. Oats firm no. 2, sow. Rye quiet no. 1, 77 40. Barley weak no. 2, 75c. Chicago oct 18.�?wheat november 81 18% december. 81 20. Corn november. 42%o. Barley Cash 81c extra no. 3, Cash. 61 /2c bid. Anywhere Semi houses 1c higher. Rye Cash 70c novem her 77 4c. Oats november 30%c Nashville. Tenn. Oct. 18 a Cotton from 9%e for Ordinary to 10c for Goon middling. Flour Patent process. 87 superfine 84 75. Wheat no. 1, 31 30 no. 2, 81 22% no. 4, 81. Whisky Best brands Lincoln and Robertson county $1 50 to 83. High wines $1 07. Ltd Boston. Out 18�?flour steady Western Suner Fine 83 50�4 common extras 83 25 94 50 Wisconsin extras 84�5 Minnesota do $4 7o 96 Winter cheats. Ohio and Mic Dan 8595 75 Illinois and Indiana 15 90 St. Louis. $5 5096 wis Consin and Minnesota Patent process Spring wheat. 8098 Winter wheat 86@7 50. Corn quiet mixed and yellow 49 4950c. Oats in moderate demand old 39 <j44e new 31 tj38a Rye 68� 70c. Louisville. Oct. 18. A flour firm and unchanged. Wheat Active firm and higher red Aud Amber 8120. Corn higher White. 48c mixed. 15c. Oats higher White. 34c mixed. 32c. Rye firm at 82c. Hay steady si3�15 50. Pork higher at 810 25 lard Strong Choice Leaf Tierce. 8e do Keg 8 4\ bulk meats Stroug i and scarce at 8%�7%@7%c. Bacon stronger and scarce at 48�8 2c. Sugar Curea hams 9� 10vic. Whisky firm at 105. New York oct. 18.�?flour less Active superfine state and Western 85 25 96 common to Good extra 5 85 90 15 go 1 to Choice. �0 20 97 75 White wheat extra. 80 90 50 extra Ohio 80�7 75 St Louis 8.v 50�7 50 Minnesota Patent 88 9� 75. Wheat rejected Spring 81 13 ungraded Spring 81 564 91 40 no. 3 Spring 8 354 91 30 no. 2 Spring 81 40 91 41 ungraded Quot interred 81 33 9 1 49 no. 3 do. 81 45 91 46 no. 2 do it 51 91 524 do. ?1 514�1 52% mixed Winter,81 45 9160% ungraded Amber 81 4f><91 4� no. 2 Amber 81 49� 1 550 no. 1 Amber 81 51 91 524 ungraded White �1 45 91 51 no. 2 do. 81 474 91 484 no. 1 it to. Rve firm. Corn. Ungraded 01 a no. 2, 60%c in store 61 of at no. 2, october 61e november c2c december 63 4e. Oats quiet mixed Western 43�48%c White Western. 44�46e. Hay firm at 50c. Hops firm yearlings 7� 18c new Western 30@36c Newyl Ork state. 30@37c. Coffee 6trong. Sugar quiet and firm fair to Good refining 7% 97 5-16c. Molasses quiet and firm. Rice firm. Petroleum 64<974e re at 33v4 33%e. Eggs nominally unchanged. 810 15 910 25. Beef quiet and steady Cut meats nominally unchanged. Lard weak prime steam 6.40 0.6.5�<. Butter excited Western 10�2�sc. Cheese firmer at 7% 9��e. Whisky 81 12 bid 81 15 asked. Coke has a moderate Demund but steady at 6c for crushed at Yards delivered at 2c More to it or he. For Gas House 7c for City manufactured an c firm United 86%�93�?~�c crude 6 4<974e refined 7%c. Turpentine higher at 33 4�33%c. In it r @8c coolers a stuff has a fair demand and the Market steady. We quote Fco Lour barrel poles $0@8 tight barrel poles. 814� 10 Hogshead poles 825� 0 rough barrel Staves 8u�18 Hogshead Staves 816� 18 per 1,000. Cooperage in moderate Supply and fair demand especially for lard and pork packages. We quote the following Mour barrels 27�ioc pork barrels 95c�81 lard pierces 8115�i 20 Ham do. 40�45c sleek Hogsheads u�110 Fly tight Hogsheads is 15 @1 25 a f Hogsheads 90c�81 lard kegs 30c, and Iron bund whisky barrels $110� 115. Cotton yarns have been quiet Aud easy but closing steady and therein acid at the following prices batting 10<s5l2c assorted yarns 21c Warp 21c wicking 20c Coverlet in it a 23c coloured warp.26c twine 18�20c rope 18�19c Dor la no. 500, 102c no. 600, 9%c, and no. 700 8 4c per dozen. Dried fruits dried apples n moderate demand a d steady at 3%�4 4e, and dried peaches firm at 5 4@6%c per la. Foreign fruits quiet and we quote layer raisins at 81 85� 190 per Box. Citron at 18@20e, and prunes at 8@8 4c per la. Eggs live a steady Murket and Mode rate demand and fresh at the close Selling at 13�14c per dozen. Feathers had a steady Market and quiet. The receipts moderate and Selling prime live geese at 45c per la. Fish had a steady Market and fair demand. We quote tiie following Mackerel extra mess s25�26 no. 1 Large 22@23 no. 1 Shore 811 @14 50 no. 2 Large 8 5o�0 no. 2 medium. $6 50 @7 no. 3 Large 87@7 50 no. 3 medium. 85 a 0@6 per Bra and one half these prices with 2 c extra for packages. Lake herring 82 25@2 50 White fish 84 25@4 50 per half Bra sardines Quarter boxes 812 50 913 per Case codfish 4 4@5c per la. And smoked herring 23@25c per Box. Fruits apples in Large Supply and demand Light at75e@81 50 per Brlas to Quality. have a fair steady demand at 8-5@8 per Bra and 82�2 50 or crate. Quinces in Light Supply at 83@3 50 per re. Lemons sell at 84 50@5 per Box. Oranges plenty and quiet with Louisiana at 83 50@4 5 per Bra. Grapes in Light Supply and Selling at 54@6c for Catawba and 4�?T4@5c for Concord per la. Ginseng was in fair demand and moderate Supply and prime to Choice Selling at 81 05@115 per Pound. Grease a had a moderate demand and the Market rules steady and Selling at 4v-4@5 4c per la As to Quality or color. 4 Hay has bad a quiet m ret and steady with moderate but ample offerings. Selling it �?~814@15 per ton for prime to Choice Timothy. A r to Good mixed Hay at $12�13 per ton a All on arrival. Held 82 More for store lots. Hides have had a firm a Narvet and tire demand fair. We quote As follows Green 7�8%c wet salted 9� .0c dry salted ll@13c, and Flint Ltd c per la. Sheep pelts 75c�$� a piece. Hemp was quiet Ano steady and no material change. We quote rough Kentucky in moderate Supply and Selling at 8115 9120 per ton on arrival fair jobbing demand for dressed at 7�?T4c for single and 8%c for double per la. Iron has had a steady Market with brisk demand and prices Are sustained. Pig Iron As follows hot blast charcoal hanging Rock no. 1, 8t0@41 30 do no. 2, 838�10 Tennessee no. 1, 835@37 no. 1 Stone Coal 836@38 no. 1 Coke. 833@39 hanging Rock car wheel 815 950 Southern do 837@45 blooms 865 per ton. Sheet Iron charcoal 18 to 27, 7%c do coiled. 4%e wrought bar Iron charcoal 4%c, and do common 3/� 93%c per la. Scrap Iron cast it 81 10@1 40, and wrought at 81 40 91 60 per Hundred. Lead has had a firm Market and prices advancing. We quote pig at 5@54c, bar Lead at 6 4e, Ami Sheet Lead 7c per la. Leather has had a Good jobbing demand and Market firm at the following Oak sole 32@3tc Hemlock do 21 92�?Tc harness,30@3.c rough do 2@27c skirting 32@3 c per la. Bridle leather. 840<�5> per Doz american Kip 50@75c per la French do Ikic 25 american calf skin 80c@81 French do 81 20> 1 75 and upper leather 18@22c per foot. Mili feed the Market has been firm and quotations Are higher at the close. Bum in fair demand at 810@11 per ton. Shop stuffs held at 111 50 9 12 50 i it or ton. Middling at 814@18 per ton on arrival. Neld 81 @2 More in store. Nails were in a r request and Market firm. Selling at 82 50 92 c5 per Keg for 10 to 60. Other sizes at proportionate prices. Naval stores have been in fair demand and firm. We quote As follows turpentine81033c per gallon. Resin extra Pale por barrel $5 00 Pale at 83 50 Jyo. 1 at $3@3 50 no. 2, 82 50@2 75 no. 3, $2 250250 Navy pitch $3 75@4 roofing pitch $1 75@2 00, and Carolina far 87 50@3 75 per Bra. Coal tar $2 500 2 75 per brl., including barrel oakum 7 4@l0e per la. Nuts peanuts in fair demand and quoted 6@64c and red at 5%@5%c per la chestnuts at 81 �1 25 per Hickory nuts at 75c per in for shellbark4 almonds it 20@21c filberts 12 914e English walnuts 14@15c, and Pecos ll@12o per la. Oils refined Petroleum in fair demand at 13� 15c, As to fire test and firm. Linseed in fair jobbing demand at 66c per gallon. Extra lard of at 50@52c for current make and 53@55c for prime Winter per gallon. Potatoes have been steady and there is a fair local demand with Liberal offerings. We quote prime to Choice at 40@45c per on arrival 10c More in store. Choice packed at. W _ per Bra in store. A poultry live chickens in fair demand and Market firm and Selling at $1 50 93 per dozen As to size and condition. Geese at 83@3 50 and ducks at $2@2 25 per dozen. Turkeys Ai 6@7c per la. Rags have a fair demand and steady with Cotton at 8e for White and l%@2c for mixed per la Woolen at 9@10c for soft and la for coarse Perita. Salt Market quiet and steady and quoted $1� 1 05 per sack for coarse Liverpool and 32@33c per for turks Island. Ohio River and Kanawha at $1 68 per Bra of 7 bushels and $130 per Bra of 5 bushels. Seed the Market Closas firmer with Light offerings. Fair jobbing demand for Timothy it $2 40 92 50 per in s flare. Clover at 7%c on arrival and 7%c in store per la. Flax seed at 81 10 �115per . Soap had a fair demand and firm and Selling 5m@5%cfor German and 2%@3%o for common yellow per la. Starch Lias a quiet and steady Market and Selling at 3�34c per la for prime Pearl. Tallow has a steady Market and firm with fair demand at5%@/ per la for country in packages. Winners a Stock there was a moderate de Mand and steady Market. We quote Zinc slab. 7c Sheet 8 4@9c Block tin. 21c solder 12� 15c Copper ingots 20c Bottoms. 30c Braziers 14c per la tin plate in 89 76@10 25, 75@8 25 per Box. Vegetables the receipts ample and Market quiet and steady. Onions plenty and Dull at 82 25 �2 50 per Bra. Cabbage Dull with Large Supply at $3 94 per Hundred. Sweet potatoes freely offered and in Light demand at $1 50@2 for Good to Choice per Bra. W Ooden Ware has had a fair Trade and closes firm. We quote dashboards to 40�2 75 scr dozen buckets two hoop $1 50 91 co do. Three hoop 81 75@1 85 per dozen tubs. No. 1, $7@7 50 no. 2, $6@6 50 a a 82 90�3 15 per dozen a films. No. 1, $8�9 no 2, 87@8, and no 8, $6�7 per dozen. Wool has been in fair demand with moderate receipts and firm. We a quote unwashed combing 27�28c Delaine 26@27c clothing 25@2�c, and common 16� 20c. Washed Fine fleeces 32@33c medium do 34� 35c Delaine do 36�37c Long combing. 36@37c. Tub washed coarse 29�32c and Choice 37� �?�79c. Pushed lambs 2n�30c. Sujer and Long 3t @32c. And Burry and fleece grown at 3@5c la less. 4jrocerirs, Coffee has been steady Aud Market closes firm. Rio common at 12�l3c, fair to prune at 13%� 16 pc Choice at 17 4@18c, and fancy yellow at 19@20e per la. Mocha at 27�2, Java at 25@28c, and lag Ayra at 16@18c per Pound. Molasses has been in fair demand and Light supt of new Orleans at 42� 5e for prime to Choice and 35�40c for fair to Good per gallon. Refined syrups at 10@65e, Good to Choice. A Rice was in moderate demand and steady with Louisiana at 7@7%c her la. Sugar has been in fair demand and the Market is firm and higher. We quote yellow refined at 98c, extra c at 8%@8%c. A White at 9 99�?T. A. Granulated and powdered at 9%@9/hc. Crushed at 9%�10c, and Cut loaf at 10@10%o per la. Tea has a fair demand and the Market steady and a a Hong 25072c Pound. Per thousands might annually a saved. In consumption the Quot compound oxygen treatment has been remarkably successful. How few Ever recover entirely from pneumonia and ail for the want of a revitalizing agent such As Quot compound oxygen a will certainly furnish. Thousands might its use saved annually from the grasp of that great destroyer consumption. Some of the most Brilliant cures which have already been made this new treatment have been in consumption. Tote amp est information will found in our treatise on Quot compound it is sent free. Address drs. Starkey amp Palen 1,112 Girard Street Philadelphia a. Quot or. Sellers cough syrup a without exception has Given satisfaction. Our readers give it a trial. Druggists keep it. Price 25c per bottle. The greatest liver invigorate or specific for the kidneys purifier of the blood renovator of the system is Maguiree a i Lidu Rango bitters $5 33�tvenieg8 for us$2 Sample Pree address Agency 171 Hudson Street new York. Oet22-4tw Wall Street a i a Luat amp a. The Fityo Dirton try Tena outer Tali bit guarantee flt to tuck Crit in Mick Peru Iliou. Thoth maids of inv. To Inonu from 8so to Are Roii a a lilt Utcy and operated is Oua Tom Mae capita profit equitably divided monthly. Shareholder have nil of unlimited capital Aud Raree Prience. A a Tiow they Sale Radacy fun Wall circular lit Ira e. A a Leot Jordania ca.9 Manors Aud Kraby Uvall Street oct22-2teow do you it own printing. I self inking printing press with Complete outfit. $5 50. 8 Large sizes. Catalogue and reduced Price list free. Ii. Hoover Philadelphia a. O-22 Tow and not a a a a a a a a a a Wear Datil watchmakers. He mail 30c. Circular a fro it S. Birch amp co. 3s Dey St., new York. Oc22-13ivv,Eow farm amp feed Mills the cheapest and Best. Will crush Ard grind any thing. Illustrated catalogue free. Address a Miller Cin Imti 0. Se24-4twe w 60 perfume 1 Chr Wio a. Card name on 10c. 42 can Tad flail a Oclit knife auteur Mph album fou game author 15c. S5 fun curds 20c. circa. Pc Acca Vilic Cox us se24-26tv cow free free free a an immense descriptive catalogue of novels romances plays and farces. Books on magic Fortune telling , swimming and cooking. Also. Wigs. Moustaches and face preparations. Mailed free c. T. De Witt publisher 33 Rose Street new York. Se24-13tw,Eow $777 Maine. A year and expenses to agents. Outfit free. Address o. P. Vickery Augusta my7-Lyw Beatty no v us Tanh is Slop 81 get Ltd to Uii to ii it or up. Voi l p _ Kue swell Walnut Case Warntz a 8b yen scoot so honk new pianos Stool cover Wjk Dock 1-9�26 to it Oie you buy boy or to writ me. Ill net rued new paper sent free. Date. Danl. F. Beatty Washington Ocie Law $77 a month and expenses guaranteed to agents. Outfit free. Shaw a co., Augusta Maine. A fe4-Ly\v Sellers a cough syrup i 50 years before tiie pub pronounced All to the most pleasant and efficacious remedy now in use for the cure of coughs colds croup hoarseness tickling sensation of the Throat whooping cough Etc. Over a million bottles sold within the last few \ ears. It gives Relief wherever used and Lias the Power to impart Benefit that can not had from the cough mixtures now in use. Sold All druggists at 25c per bottle. Sellers liver pills Are also highly recommended for curing liver complaint constipation sick headaches fever and ague and All diseases of the stomach and liver. Sold All druggists at 25c per Box. R. E. Sellers amp co., oc8-Lvw,, a. Radical curs i Leucuta of w2ite& the Awn Mark ical research and Experiment together with experience gained in the treatment of n Large number of Case under he a eare. Ii a at 1 in compounding an Intai lab lie a a my do Lor the a Couric so common Auto us women and Maidens called leuc0rrhea, Fluor Albus a whim till duende of prevalent among a fit act understood play Sirion. Its Drain upon the system la so excessive and debilitating that our american women i acct. J he upper fusion of the remedy the attended with pain or top Lral Fri tncs9, Ami docs not interfere with the Ordinary Pursuit and p ensures of life circular arc a Cut in perfectly Plain envelope securely sealed from Obs i vation and remedy put of tan neat Plain Home of three a a pcs with full direction inside. No. 1# enough to last a month s5 no. 2, enough to inst two months8 no. 8, it lasting three month nil ample for cure except ing in chronic Cate Flo. With Sacii Box we a end a female bar ice and tonic to a a fills is auxilium irs to the remedy. Send stamp for a pamphlet giving full description of remedy and illustrated plate showing it application. This pamphlet a one is Worth a Hundred times its eos to to any indy in delicate health being thoroughly practical treatise on this disease prof Harris vaginal of Stilles can to obtained Only from Harris remedy 6.chemists.�?T Market and 8th 8t$. St. Lou 18, Mon fe8-s<iw 1 y-fe3-Ly w i a a 1 have receive 1 the greatest number of unquestionably reliable endorsements Tim any external remedy Ever received frown physicians druggists the press and the Public. All Praise them As a great improvement on the Ordinary porous plasters and All other external remedies. For Laie and weak Hack Soi Titica Liu Bagro Itlie Umno ism kidney it Ike to Metloc cd it of Riis tied All local aches timid ruins they Are the Best known remedy. Ask any one who has a sed them or any Good physician and he will confirm the above statements. Sold All druggists. Price 25c. Nol6-lys<twnrm 1.tor women. A the medicated absorb ent Cotton Pes Saries a positive cure for female weakness end All those diseases characterized loss of strength Dain in the Back and hip dragging sensations headache at top of the head sickness at. The stomach too profuse and Unheal. discharges pro Lapsus Retro version of the womb Etc. This Cotton is chemically prepared and medicated of the fineness of , and has Tho most wonderfully absorbent properties. As a supporter it has no equal forming a velvety Cushion and perfectly isolating the affected parts. It absorbs the unhealthy and irritating discharges giving in place Healing and a a Trenetta ening remedies directly to the parts diseased. Can used with perfect Success privately at Home without the mortification of personally consulting a physician. A cure guaranteed. Large package securely sealed with full directions for use postpaid mail for 81. Six packages Lor �5. Address or. M. W. Bacon 3824 Wells St Chicago. Law agents profits per week. Will prove it l u 0f forfeit $500. 84 outfit free. E. Fit Rideout amp co., 218 Fulton St., n. Y. Oc15 6mw splendid offer i a free test trial of one of �o9 health restoring pads. We will Send one of our health restoring pads to any invalid afflicted with liver complaint chills and fever indigestion Cost Veness nervous headache dyspepsia nervous debility and impure blood if they will Send us their symptoms and an address letter and agree to Send us the Price $2, if it effects a cure to their entire satisfaction. Outlier i e there will no charge. We will do this to convince the Public of the Superior value As a curative a our pads and that they will do All we say. As this Oiler will Nece warily limited in number we Hope an Early application u ill made to give us time. Very respectfully yours l log w. Forbes. Physicians speak in terms of Prais in favor of the health pail. Cincinnati june 28th. 18761. Having had some considerable acquaintance with the operation of the pad i can conscientiously recommend it As an excellent remedy in All to diseases for which or. Forbes counsels its use. Or. J. Hallowell 276 George Street Cincinnati. What Rev. Joseph Pinery the Well known City missionary says Cincinnati june 30th, 1876. Having had a Long acquaintance with or. Forbes i am satisfied that whatever he recommends he does so conscientiously and will prove All Uliey Promise. Rev. Joseph Emery. D79 a we k. 812 a Day at Home easily made. A costly outfit free. Address True amp <?j., Augusta Maine. A Majl Law in a a a a week in your own town. Terms and buy outfit fre. Address h. Hall bit a co. Portland Maine. My21-lyw5 a splendid present.�?1 Gilt bound autograph album containing 48 beautifully engraved pages also 47 select quotations All for 15 a Post paid. Postage Stamps taken. Agents wanted. Franklin bros., West Haven. Connecticut. 4twselq.24.oe8.22 extracts from a few of the Many letters frequently received it Tho office. One says a i Feci that your pads have saved my another says Quot your Pult of has just reached my Case. It has entirely removed my Cost i Venes and consequent Siek another writes a a Ati Enden strictly to business and in forty eight hours i Felt As Well As another a your pad has cured me of bilious Ness and a torpid liver. I am better than 1 have been in Twenty 8till another says Quot i Hare endured All the horrors growing out of a torpid liver and dyspepsia. After using your pads All these ills left me. Ona More a i Nave used your pads with perfectly satisfactory results and cheerfully recommend there to Fel Ltd amp Feo wit

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