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CABLE NEWS. Preti Opinions of the Alabama Claims. R e s i g n a t i o n o f t h r F r r n r h M i n ­ i s t r y , W » . t » W o t n D - k n n b n k a n b u i n a a n i i t o SsaMty. t i u i s l s TKAomr. S a s a n l u v u i , aga d a a n n t y y e a n , waa murdered at No. 342 Waat Thirteeelti atreet, about eight o'clooh this ermine, b y her daaghter-in-loar, Mrs. Kmanna Deane, in a fit of insanity. The ureapos used b y Mrs. Deane was a hatchet. WASNIMrON. A c ., A c ., Ac. liO jtim jf, J u l y 9 . — T h e Tim?* re g a r d s th e p o s t p o n e m e n t of t h e d e b a t e o n th e A laJ H a m a cla im s w i t h sa t i s f a c t io n . T h e i r intro* d u r t t o n a t t h e p r e s e n t m o m e n t w o u l d serv e n o good p u r p o s e . A g e n e r a l sen s e of w e a r in e s s , w i t h re s p e c t to th e s u b j e c t on b o t h sid e s , n e c e s s i t a t e s an in t e r v a l of a co n s i d e r a b l e p e r io d Indore i t is resu m e d . D u b a te co u ld o n l y b e u s e f u l i l P a r l i a m e n t d isa p p r o v e d of th e c o n d u c t of th e m i n is t r y o r w i s h 'd ' o in s t r u c t i t in r e ; a d to fu t u r e n e g o t i a t i o n s , b u t t h e r e is n o d i s s a t i s f a c ti o n , th e o n l v c h a r g e a g a i n s t L o rd s S ta n l e y and I ’l a r e n d o u is t h a t th e y w e r e t o o y ield in b u t t h e C o m m o n s v e r e n o t l i k e l y to a lv i-< a w i t h d r a w a l of th e concession* m a d e , <. >r ! w e re t h e y p r e p a r e d to lay d o w n a plan for fu t u r e n e g o t i a t i o n s , a n d an ticip a tio n * ol su c h re s u l t s fro m th e d iscu s s io n w e re m o s t im p r u d e n t . ^A n o ther re a s o n fo r d e c lin in g a d i s c u s ­ sio n is a d u e re g a r d for o u r n a t i o n a l d i g n ­ ity , w h i c n fo r b id s o u r ap p r o a c h in g th e A m e r ic a n g o v e r n m e n t on th e s e q u e a tio n a ; th u p u b lic o p inion is u n a n im o u s on th i s p o i n t . T h e l a t e t r e a t y wa* v i r t u a l l y A m e r ­ ica n fo r i t wax m a d e a l t e r e d an d re a l t e r e d b y S e w a r d an d lo h n s o n . I t w a a r e je c t e d a s m w h th r o u g h p a r t y a n t i p a t h i e s as from a n y dineonU -nt w i t h its p ro v isio n s . I t w a s p r o b a b ly fored o o m e d , am i what* \ e r its pr*. v isio n s m i g h t h a v e Is o n in all l i k c l y h o o f w o u l d h a v e m e t t h e sam e fate. K n g land is r e uly to liste n t o a n y p ro p o s a ls from A m e r ica, h u t t o d i s p la y a d e s ir e to receiv e t h e m fa v o r a b l y w o u ld t e n d to in c rasc, n o t lessen th e d e m a n d s . W h e n M r. M o tley co n s id e r s th e feeling of A m n n o a is su c h t h a t a tre a t y c o n s i s t ­ e n t w i t h th e h o n o r o f K u g land w ill satisfy th o A m e r ican*, he m a v a d d r e s s th e gov­ e r n m e n t f o r a r e n e w a l • f u e g o ’ ibti ms. ( >uly su « n a t r e a t y w ill h a v e a ch a n c e of ac c e p t aicje. N o t h ng m o re i s d e s i r e d th a n to live in |>r*aee an d good w ill w i t h a k in d r e d na tio n ; b u t now less d isp o s itio n e x i s t s to sac n t i c e t h e in t e r e s t s am ! d i g n i ty of t h e coun t r y to a n y u n j u s t p r e te n s io n s . T h e p u b lie w ill n o t ap p r o v e an y eag e rn e s s t o n e g o ­ tia t e , w h ich seem s to foreliode w e a k n e s s w h e n n e g o tiatio n com e s. T h e p r e v a len c e o f m o re m o d e rate m e a u r e s in A m e r ic a is g r a ti f y in g I t is t o be h o p e d t h a t t h e q u e s ­ tio n of t h e Q u e e n s n e u t r a l i t y p r o c lam a tio n w h ich h a s d ro p p e d o n t of sig h t w ill be ta c i t l y ab a n d o n e d . T h i s fav o rab le ch a n g e is o w in g to th e d isco v e r y t h a t K n g laud w ill n o t co n c e d e b e y o n d a ce r t a i n p o i n t , an d th i s reso lu tio n is n o t lik e l y t o be sh a k e n . T h e S ta r is glad th a t th e A lab a m a dis- c u s s on h a s been p o s tp o n e d . A m e r ican re ae n t c n e n t ag a i n s t K n g land is lik e l y to In­ co m e w e a k e r an d h e r d e s ir e to red u c e t h e b u r d e n of p u b lic d e b t stro n g e r . T h e b e s t th i n g for b o t h c o u n t r i e s is to b o ld th e i r p e a c e for a w h ile. N o g e n e r a l discu s s io n c a n sim p lify m a t t e r s . T h e n e w H o u s e of C o m m o n s e v i d e n tl y p r e f e r r e d to leav e t h e re s |io n s i b i l it y of th<- |s>st|>onem c n t on tb e g o v e m m e n t , an d tb e S ta r th i n k s th e co u n t r y m i l ap p r o v e of its p r u d e n t self-re s t r a i n t . I t t« r e tm r te d t h a t L o rd H o w d e n h a s 1 sum a p p o i n t e d M i n iste r of K n g land to S p a in. T h e A s s o c ia te d C h a m b e r s of C o m m e rce h a v e t e n d e r ' d a p u b lic b r e a k f a s t to H a m ­ ilto n H ill. \ T h e assig n e e s of O v e r c n d .( i u r n e y A C o .’s b a n k w ill p a y a d i v i d e n d of o n e sh i ll i n g on th e p o u n d u i S c p tem tier. m a k i n g fu ll p a y ­ m e n t s t o a l f c r e d i t o r s o f th e i r claim s w ith th e ex c e p tio n of t h e ac c r u e d in t e r e s t. E x r r n t i v e M n r t l o n s ( o t h r M i l ­ i t a r y I n M i s s i s s i p p i a n d T r i a s . A c ., A c., Ac. W a s h i n g t o n , J u l y 9. 1 he P r e s i d e n t to - d a y in co n v e r s a tio n w i t h several p r o m i n e n t M ississip p ian s said it w a s his d e s ir e a n d h e sh o u ld acco rd in g ly in s t r u c t G e n e rals A m e s an d R e y n o ld s in th e p r e lim in a r y a r r a n g e m e n t s fo r t h e ele c ­ tio n in M ississippi a n d T e x a s , to ob s e r v e e n t i r e fairn e s s a n d im p a r t i a l i t y . T IIE CABIN ET. A ll tl?e m e m b e r s of th e C a b i n e t w e re p r e s e n t a t t h e i r re g u la r m e e tin g to -d a y . FINANCIAL. TTie In t e r n a l R e v e n u e re c e i p t s to - d a y w e re $6!K|,000. R E cii'KOcm r. T h e p r e s e n c e h e r e of J o h n R o se, M in ­ is t e r of F in a n c e of < a n a d a , h a s cans«:<l t h e re t u r n of T h o r n t o n , th e B r itish M in ister, from N e w b u r y j i o r t , w h e r e h e h a d ta k e n h is fam ily . T h e v isit of R o s e is induce*! by a d e s i r e to c o n s u l t w i t h th e C n ite d M a t e s a u t h o r i t i e s re s p e c t i n g a n e w reci- j p r o c it y tre a t } , b u t m o re esp e c ially o n busi- ! n e s s c o n n e c t ' d w ith th e H u d s o n B a y • l a i m s B o a rd, of w hich h e is re p r e s c n ta - i tive of G r e a t Britain. MISSIS-M I'l ASH TEXAS. A c c o rd in g to w h a t is u n d e r s to o d to h a v e ta k e n p lace in t h e c a b i n e t to - d a y th e ele c ­ tio n in Mississippi w ill p r o b a b ly n o t o c c u r u n t i l tb e f i u r t h T u e s d a y iu N o v e m b e r, aft* r t h e electio n in P e n n s y l v a n i a an d O h io. N o th in g d e f in ite t r a n s p i i # d re g a r d in g th e T e x a s electio n , h u t i t is th o u g h t th e d a y w ill be eq u a l ly rem o te. MISSISSIPPI. A N e w It* |> ii b l I* a n —T l i e O r ( a n « FRANCK. P a r i s , J u l y 9 . — T h e Pru/dr Franrai* s a \ s ’• D e p u ties iu th e C o rp s L e g islativ e w h o are now sig n in g in t e q x i l lu t i o n for p o l i ­ tic a l reform a r e m e m b e r s of t h e T h i e r s p a r t y a n d frie n d s of th e g o v e r n m e n t . T h e y do n o t w a n t t h e E m p e r o r t o re n o u n c e h i s rig h t of in i ti a ti v e b u t a s k h im to aliow th e ('h a n d ie r to s h a r e in it. W e b e liev e th e E m p e r o r is n o t d i s ­ joined t o ie j e c t t h e i r d e m a n d . T h e s i tu a t io n is n o t d i s q u ie tin g . W h i l e o n e sid e is n o t disjoined to m a k e a g g r a v a t e d cla im s th e o t h e r is eq u a l ly reso lv e d n o t t o m a k e a g g r a v a t e d in s in u a tio n s . T h e crisis w ill te r m i ­ n a t e in a co m p ro m ise w h ich w ill satisfy p u b l i c opin io n . T h e a r t u l e c o n t i n u e s : M i n iste r R o u - h e r , in Ins re p ly y e s t e r d a y to F iv r e , ad m i t t e d th a t a M in iste r ial crisis w a s sp o k e n o f, b u t a g r e a t q u e s t i o n e f c h a n g e s w h ich w ill p o w e r f u lly effect i n s t i t u t i o n s of s o c iety in t h e fu t u r e , w a s lio u n d u p w ith t h e q in s tio n of h a r r i e r , w h i c h m u s t be raised a g a i n s t rev o lu tio n . W e k n o w n o t w h e r e o r by w h**ru t h e ag r e e m e n t w ill lie ach iev e d , b u t w e d o k n o w on w h a t v i t a l force th e C h a m b e r w ill re ly t o p r e s e r v e so c iety . THE IRISH I'UI KCH. L o n d o n , J u l y H lu th e H o u s e of K u rds to - n i g h t t h e Irish C h u r c h b ill ca iu e u p for re p o r t from th e C o m m ittee. O u m o tio n of L o r d C a irn s , th e d a t e tiis t of M a y , 1871, w a s s u b s t i t u t e d fo r th e liin t of J a n u a r y , 1872 t h r o u g h o u t th e bill. L o rd R c d e a tlale move* I a n am e n d i n c u t t h a t llic re p r e s e n t a ­ tiv e s of t h e Irish C h u r c h an d th e C a th o lic S n y o d in cases of v a c a n t b ish o p rics, n o m i n a t e th e i r p e r s o n s fo r th e c r o w n to selec t fro m , a n d th a t th u c r o w n b e en q io w e red to su m m o n one a r c h b i s h o p am i tw o b ish o p s I rom each C h u r c h to s i t in I’arlia m e u t . T h e E a r l of G r a n b y p r o t e s t e d on t h e p a r t of th e C a t h o ­ lic* a g a i n s t th e am e n d m e n t , w h ich h e de cla r e d w a s u t t e r l y in a d v i s a b l e , aiu l it w a s w i t h d r a w n . T h e M a r q u is of C G n rien r d o m o v e d t b a t c l a u s e 28 giv in g p o w e r t o co n v e y ad d i t i o n a l lain ! t o th e C h u rch bo d y !*■ r e s to r e d to its o r i g i n a l form . H o said th e cla u s e as now- a m e n d e d rev iv e d P r o t e s t a n t ascen d e n c y iu ita m o s t h a te f u l form , g iv in g g i e t e lan d s to th e C h u r c h body b u t refu s in g th e m to th e C a th o lic s an d P r e s b y t e r ia n s . It w a s c e r ­ t a i n th a t tin- g o v e r n m e n t a u d th e H o u s e of C o m m o n s w o u ld n e v e r san c tio n th e a m e n d ­ ed clause. T h e M a r q u is of S a lisb u r y re p lie d th a t in m o v in g t h e am e n d m e n t he conteuiplate* 1 s i m i l a r g r a n ts t o th e ( 'ath o l i e s am i P r e s b y ­ te r i a n s acco rd in g to M r. B r i g h t 's o r i g i n a l p ro p o s a l, w h ich M r. G l a d s t o n e h a d e n d o r s ­ e d , b u t h e t h o u g h t t h a t th e re t e n t i o n of t h e i r ow n gleln-s by th e Irish C h u r c h w a s n o t unfair. A f te r fu r t h e r d iscu s s io n , th e K a r l of D e n b igh an n o u n c e d t h a t th e C a t h o ­ lic s h a d d e c id e d n o t t o ac c e p t glelie lan d s o r resid e n c e s . T h e M a t q n i s o f C la n r i c a r d e ’s m o t io n to re s to r e clause 28 w a s lo s t b y a v o t e o f 4 0 t o 19. • * p * r a t .l u r k s o n f . f u d g e I l r n I. J a c k s o n , M iss .. J u l y 9. I'he new organ <>f t h e n a tio n a l R e p u b lican p a r t y m a d e its a p p e a r a n c e to -d a y . I t h o ists t h e n a m e of J u d g e l>cnt f o r G o v e rn o r. T h e s a l u t a t o r y say s i t w ill be t r u l y n a t i o n a l in all i t s aim s , y i e l d i n g h e a r t y an d u n q u a lified s u p p o r t to th e a i i m iiiist.atio n of P r e s i d e n t G r a n t , am i u r g in g s t r i c t ad h e r e n c e t o th e re c o n s t r u c ­ tion acts. I t w ill en d e a v o r t o b r i n g a b o u t s u c h w ise an d reaso n a b le ac t io n on th e p a r t of t h e p e o p le of M ississippi as w ill p lace th e m in fu ll acoord w i t h < (ingress a n d th e n a tio n . I t w ill ad v o c a te u n i v e r s a l su ffrag e and u n i v e r s a l am n e s t y up o n a basis o f civ il an d p o litic a l e q u a l it y to all. I >ents n o m in a tio n on I . r a n t 's p l a t f o r m m e t w i t h w a r m ap p r o b a t i o n a n d g e n e ral a p ­ plause. GETTYSBURG. o l I l l r r i t o r i o f tlie Me a t l o n . o f I l i e K n n n l l o r i a l A « » o r i - G e t t y h b u r i :, P a ., J u l y I* T h e B o a rd of D i r e c t o r s *>f t h e G e t t y s b u r g M e m o rial A s s o c iatio n h a v e p a s s e d re s o lu t i o n s con te r n p l a ti u g th e s e t t l e m e n t of m o s t im p o r ­ ta n t an d in t e r e s ti n g q u e s t i o n s o f fa c t c o n ­ n e c t e d w i t h th e b a t t l e w h i c h may b r i n g h i t h e r G o n . I^ee am i o t h e r r* l i e | ^ e n e r a l s . a** w e ll as co m m a n d e rs of th e 1 m o n arm y a n d its co r p s , d iv isio n s an d b r ig a d e s : I, T h a t t b e B a ttle-field M e m o rial A ssoc a t i o n , h a v i n g acco m p lish e d its first p u r p o s e b y sec u r in g th e te n u r e of all th e m o re im p o r t a n t p o s itio n s of th e b a t t l e g r o u n d aiu l t h u s p r e v e n t i n g a ch a n g e in th e p h y s ical as|>ect of th e field, w ill n o w p r o ­ ceed w i t h th e n e x t p u rp o s e of its o r g a n iz a ­ tio n , th e in d i c a t i n g of th e field w i t h p lain e n d u r in g m e m rials c o n s t r u c t e d from th e g r a n it e of th e h ills. j 7,V m ..V* T h a t t h e in d i c a t i n g of t h e m o re p r o m i n e n t e v e n t s of t h e th r e e d a y s stru g g le w i t h th** |K>sitions of t h e forces, corps, d i ­ v isio n s an d b r ig a d e s , by p e r m a n e n t m e m o r i­ als, m a k i n g t h e field of b a t t l e i t s ow n in t e r ­ p r e t e r , is t h e b« s t m e th o d o f r e c o r d in g au d p e r p e t u a t i n g t h e h i s to r y of t h e .b a t t l e in its sim p le tr u t h , a n d of fu r n ish i n g a p r a c t i c a l llu s t r a t i o n in s t u d y of a r t of w a r t h u s p o p ­ u lariz in g am i affo rd in g a l i k e to th e citize n an d fo r e ig n v i s it o r a re a d y ac q u a i n t a n c e w ith th i s b a t t l e , w in c h , jierh a jis b e t t e r th a n an y o t h e r , illu s t r a t e s th e g r e a t ­ e s t w a g e .l b a t t l e of th e c e n t u r y . 'I he S e c r e t a r y of th e A s s o c iatio n w a s d i r e c t e d to in v i te th e g e n e r a l s w h o co m m a n d e d arm ie s , co r n s , d i v i s i o n s au d b r ig a d e s , to fu r n ish tlio in f o r m a ti o n re ­ q u i r e d in o r d e r tru l y to d e . ^ u a t e th e posi- tu r n s a n d e v e n t s to lie |ie r p e t r a t e d , am i t o m a k e a r r a n g e m e n t s for t h e i r re u n io n o n t h e field in th e tirs t w e e k of A u g u s t , t c co n f e r to g e t h e r am i d e t e r m in e th e p o i n t s to be com m e m o rate* 1. MISCELLANEOUS. T h e l a g e r Iw e r d e a l e r s o f M a s s a c h u s e t t s h a v e fo r m e d a p e r m a n e n t o r g a n iz a t i o n for a v ig o ro u s p o l i ti c a l effo r t to re p e a l th e liq u o r law . T h e N e w H a m p s h i r e L e g i s l a t u r e a d ­ jo u r n e d s>nr -//* y e s t e r d a y m o r n i n g ltd ac t s am i re s o lu tio n s h a v i u g b e e u passed • l u r i n g t h e sessiou. T h o s . M u lh a ll, of C le v e lan d , tw i c e co n ­ v icted of aid i n g an d a b e t t i n g t h e m u r d e r of H a n d P. S k in n e r , wa* y e s t e r d a y sen ten c e d to 1* b u n g o n t h e 2(ith of A u g u s t . J o h n K iifoil, co n v i c te d o f Being au »:cc8WHjr th e p l o t t o ro b M r. S k in n e r , w a s sen t e n c e d to fifteen y e a r s i m p r is o n m e n t. A t h a l f p a s t o n e oclock y e s t e r d a y a f t e r ­ n o o n , d u r i n g th e p r e v a l e n c e of a h e a v y sh o w e r , t w o co n v i c ts a t S in g S in g p r is o n m a d e th e i r escajie. A t 8 o ’clo c k l a s t n i g h t th e y h a d n o t b e e n re c a p t u r e d . A g a m e of b a s e b a l l y e s t e r d a y aftern o o n , b e t w e e n th e H a r v a r d C o llege C lu b a o d th* A t h l e t i c s , re s u lt e d in fa v o r of th e H a r y a r d s ’ b y a sco r e of 2 0 t o 21. r E L E U K A r i m T s t m m a h y . I ram TKSTF.RU VT .H *■1 VOL. XXIV. SATURDAY, JULY 10 , 1869 . NO. 80085. d o w n a n d ro b be* i b y t w o m e n of h i s w a tc h a u d m o n e y i n B ro a d w a y , early th i s m o r n ­ ing. T h o fo o tp a d s , n a m e d Edward G ib s o n a n d J o h n M u r r a y , w o re arrested, a n d b u r ­ g l a r ’s to o l s f o u n d in t h e i r p o s s e s s ion. A PA«*AL FUND. B ish o p M c C lo s k e y w i l l t a k e w i t h h i m to th e < E c u m e n ical C o u n c il a larg e su m of m o n e y ra ise d b y su b s c r ip t i o n , as a p r e s e n t to th e P o p e . O v e r $.'>000 h a s a l r e a d y been s u b s c r ib e d , a n d th i s w ill be fu r t h e r in - reased. THE RAILROADS. I t w a s c u r r e n t l y re p o r t e d th i s m o r n i n g t h a t t o - d a y o r to - m o r r o w tb e co n s o lid a tio n of t h e H u d s o n R iv e r w i t h t h e N . Y . G e n ­ u a l R a ilro a d w a s to b e d e f in i t e l y d e t e r m e d u p o n , a n d t e r m s a n n o u n c e d , a n d u p o n th e s e re p r e s e n ta t io n s t h e r e h a s l»een m u c h sp e c u ­ la t i v e b u y in g . T h e re p o r t , h o w e v e r , tu r n s o u t t o h a v e b e e n p r e m a t u r e . THE PLAGUE. T h e y e l l o w fe v e r h a s e n t i r e l y d isap p e a r e d a t Q u a r a n t i n e a n d th e p a s s e n g e r s on th e F r o lic h a v e lieen allo w e d to coine to th e city . 'I’he S a r a to g a w ill b e k e p t t h e r e u n t i l cold w e a th e r . THE • HESS TOURNAMENT. A b o u t 500 g a m e s h a v e b e e n p l a y e d a t t h e < h e s s T o u r n a m e n t so fa r L a s t ev e n in g , a M r, C a s h of G lo u c e s te r , E n g l a n d d e f e a te d M r. S ta n l e y th e la t t e r g iv i n g t h e o d d s of a K n i g h t. FINANCIAL. T h e p r o c e s s of c o u n t i n g th e a s s e ts in t h e S u b T r e a s u r y is n e a r l y c o n c l u d e d , au d e v e r y t h i n g h a s been fo u n d s t r i c t l y ac c u r a t e . TIIE COLORED QUESTION. T h e J o u r n e y m e n H o u s e C a r p e n t e r s ’ A s s o ­ c i a ti o n la s t n i g h t i u s e r t e d t h e w o r d “ w h i t e ” :n th e i r c o n s t i t u t i o n so as to ex c l u d e co lo red c a r p e n t e r s fro m m e m b e r s h ip . APPOINTMENT. C o u r t] a m i C le m e n t s h a s lieen ap p o i n t e d S u r v e y o r G e u e r a l of U t a h . E z r a F a r r in g ­ to n h a s l>een a p p o i n t e d P o s tm a s t e r a t N e w ­ b u r g h , N . 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T h e p rem ises of th e U t i c a C o tt o n M ill Co. a t N e w H a r t f o r d are d a m a g e d t o th e am o u n t of §18, Of ML T h e d w e llin g s a n d th r e e liarn s are gone. S ix fe e t of w a t e r sto o d on th e tirst floor of th e fa c t o r y , d o in g g r e a t d a m ­ age t o th e m a c h in e r y , a n d th e d a m is m - ju r e d . ______ ____________ E U R O P E A N . P a r i -*, J u l y 9 . — T h e p o l i ti c a l co m m o tio n in F r a n c e co n t i n u e s . 'I’h e E m p e r o r h a s d e ­ cid e d t o g iv e w a y to th e C h a m b e r an d ch a n g e lu s sy s t e m of g o v e r n m e n t . H e m e e ts w i t h g r e a t d if f ic u lties in h is eff o r t s t o co m p lete th e n e w co m b in a tio n , b u t th e g r a n d e v e u t is ex p e c t e d in a w e e k . T h e uew M i n istry w ill em e rg e from th e ce n t r e (lo u c h e p a r t y , b e t w e e n th e R a d ical m i n o r i ­ ty a n d th e a d h e r e n t s of th e E m p ire. 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B r i g h t an d ( G ladstone are i n re c e i p t of l e t t e r s d a i l y from p e r s o n s offerin g a re c o m m e n c e m e n t o f th e R e form L e a g u e a g i t a t i o n , b u t th e y dis- co u n te m tn c e th e m o v e m e n t f o r t h e p r e s e n t , a u d ex p r e s s th e i r b e lief t h a t th e L o r d s w ill reced e a t t h e la s t m o m e n t from th e i r o p ­ p o s itio n t o th e w ill of t h e p e o p le, t h o u g h a co m p ro m ise is effected iu th e p o s tp o n e m e n t of t l ie d a t e o f d i s e s t a b l i s h m e n t t o J a n u a r y , 1872, b y p a y i n g in a Ju m p th e su m of h a lf a m illion p o u n d s in lieu of p r i v a t e d o n a ­ tio n s , a n d by allo w in g th e life i n t e r e s t s to lie c o m p u t e d a t fo u r te e n y e a r s p u rch a s e . T h e fo llo w in g l e t t e r h a s b e e n c i r c u l a t e d p r i v a t e ly am o n g k n o w n p r o g r e s s iv e s : S ir In v iew of a p r o b a b le f a il u r e of t h e Irish C h u r c h b i l l t h r o u g h th e o p p o s itio n of th e H o u s e of L o rd s t o th e g o v e r n m e n t, th e • om m o n s an d th e c o u n t r y , y o u are re ­ q u e s t e d to in fo rm th e S e c r e t a r y of th e R e form L e a g u e w h e t h e r y o u a n ; w illin g th a t y o u r nam e sh a l l be u s e d in th e e v e u t of a d e f e a t of th a t m e a s u r e t o a p u b lic c a l l for a m a s s m e e tin g , t o co n s id e r t h e b e s t c o n s t i t u ­ tio n a l m e t h o d o f g e t t i u g rid of t h i s o b s t r u c ­ tio n to leg islatio n p a s s e d u p o n th e e x ­ p ressed w ill of th e people. ‘W A S H I N G T O N * W a s h i n g t o n , J u l y 9 . — Col. 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I b s o r d e r s are j \ a n t i c i p a te d th e r e au*l tro o p s a r e k e p t in read in e s s t o su p p r e s s au y tu r b u l a n c e . THK QUAKER CITY. K in g s t o n , J a m a ic a , J u l y .1, v ia H a ­ v a n a , J u l y 9. T h e ste a m e r Q u a k e r ( i t y arriv e d an d sailed. D e s ti n a t i o n u n k n o w n . riv e r n e a r t h a t p lace i n co m p a n y w ith th e i r y o u n g co u s in s . G r a n t a n d I)eu t , w h o w e re on a v i s it to th e fa m ily of th e M a r s h a l, u i t a a se r io u s a c c i d e n t h a p p e u e d . D e n t T h . » ; j ' 4 „ p> . y o im g l „ i „ f el0Ven- -) 0 i r a ^ w a s n o ticed stru g g l i n g in tiie w a tA r an d h e a r d ca l li n g o u t t h a t n e w a s d r o w n in g . H is fa t h e r h e a r d h i s crie s a n d h a s t i l y co m ­ m e n c e d t o d i s r o b e i n o r d e r t o sav e h i s son, b u t ere h e c*>uld g e t t o th e scen e , F red . 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A t a m e e ti n g o f th e sto c k h o l d e r s of th e B o s ton an d A l b a n y R a ilro a d , th e a c t of t h e L e g islatu r e au t h o r i z in g t h e e x t e n s i o n of t h e road t o t i d e - w a t e r w a s ac c e p te d . T h e N e w H a m p s*hire L e g i s l a t u r e ad- •n rn e d F r i d a y m o rn in g a t e i g h t o’clock. The C o n s ta b u l a r y b ill w a s a m e n d e d b y th e S e n a t e lix in g th e referen c e to th e p e o p le a t th e n e x t M a r c h electio n . T h e H o u s e non- co n c u r r e d a u d th e S e n a te reced e d , so i t goes t o th e p e o p le o n t h e seco n d M o n d a y in N o v e m b e r. T h e D o m inion B id e A s s o c iatio n m a t c h w ill t a k e p lace a t T o r o n t o on t h e Gth of S e p ­ tem b e r . O v e r f o u r th o u s a n d d o l l a r s is to be g iv e n in p rizes. F ifte e n h u n d r e d com ­ p e t i t o r s are ex p e c ted . 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A f t e r c o n s i d e r a b l e d i s c u s s i o n , t h e o p i n i o n w a s e x p r e s s e d b y o n e t h a t t h e p a l '.enf. w a s c o n v a l e s c e n t . \Con ralrncnit in t i r r r p t e d t h e q u a c k ; “ w h y , t h a t ' s n o t h i n g s e n o u s ; I h a v e c u r e d c o u a v l e s u e n t s i n tw * i i t y - f o u r h o u r s . ” A f a r m e r w h o h a d e n g a g e d t h e s e r v i c e s o f a so n o f t h e E m e r a l d I s l e , s e n t h i m o u t o n e m o r n i n g t o h a r r o w a p i e c e o f g r c u n d . H e h a d n o t w o r k e d lo n g b e f o r e r e a r l y a l l o f t ’n e t e e t h c a m e o u t o f t h e h a r r r A - . • ’rea- e n t l y t h e f a r m e r w e n t o u t in t o th e fie l d t o t a k e p o t e s o f P a t ’s p r o g r e s s , a n d a- < ked h i m h o w b e l i k ' d h a r r o w i n g . “ O h , ” r c f j j i e t l P a t . “ i t g o e s a b i t s m o o t h e r n o w s i n c e ;h e p e g s a r e o u t . ” REVENUE SEIZURE. 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A horse ju m p e d o v e r t h e M o o n , in R o c h e s t e r , la s t W e d n e s d a y afte r n o o n . T h e M o o n w a s a little b o y . M r. W i l l i a m G o s c u r t h , of B u ffalo, is t o be le a d e r o f t h e g r e a t co n c e r t of th e R o c h e s t e r M a e n n e rch o r, soon t o t a k e p lace i n t h a t c i t y . M r. W . H C ro u c h e n , of G e n e v a , p ro p o s e s to rem o v e to R o c h e s ­ te r to p r a c t i c e la w . T h e r e a r e th r e e h u n d r e d g r o c e r y m e n d o in g a re t a i l b u s i ­ n e s s i n R o c h e s ter. CATTARAUGUS COUNTY. I t is p r o p o s e d t o e s t a b l i s h a d e p o s i t o r y of th e A m e r ic a n B ib le S o c iety i n C a t t a r a u g u s c o u n t y . T h e S p r i n g te r m of th e G o w - a n d a U n io n S c h o o l clo s e d o n T h u r s d a y , t h e 8 l h in s t . T h e t o w n o f H i n s d a l e h a s t h e la r g e s t G o o d T e m p l a r ’s o r g a n iz a t i o n i n th e c o u n t y . T h e la s t q u a r t e r l y m e e ti n g of th e L i t t l e V a lle y C i r c u i t of U n i t e d B r e t h ­ re n w ill lie h e l d in th e C o n g reg a tio n a l C h u r c h , L i t t l e V a lley , J u n e lo t h . R e v . W . R itte n h o u a e , of C o r r y , P a , w i l l p r e ­ s i d e . M r. E d w a r d D e F o r e s t , D e p u ty N a v a l O fficer a t N e w Y o r k , d e l i v e r e d th e F i f t h of J u l y o r a ti o n in E l l i c o t t v i i l e . ------- The t i m e of h o l d i n g t h e c o u n t y fa i r w i l l be c h a n g e d fro m th e d a y s o r i g i n a l l y selec t e d , on ac c o u n t o f th e 8 t a t e F a i r a t E lm ira. M r. E . D . W e b s te r , la t e R e v e n u e A s ­ sesso r in B ro o k ly n , h a s b e e n v i s it i n g h i s frie n d s in C a t t a r a u g u s d u r i n g th e p a s t w e e k o r tw o . ALLEGANY COUNTY. F ifte e n th o u s a n d fre s h l y m a d e b r i c k s w e re d isso lv e d i n C u b a b y th e h e a v y ra in o n S a t u r d a y , J u n e 2U th. W o r k is soon to be com m e n c e d u p o n th e n e w U n i v e r b a l­ is t c h u r c h in th e v illa g e of C u b a . T h e C u b a re s e r v o i r is t o b e ra ise d o n e fo o t by th e s t r e n g t h e n in g a n d ra isin g of th e e m ­ b a n k m e n t . T h i s is t o b e d o n e in s te a d of b u i l d in g a n e w re s e r v o ir i n th e Is c h n a V a l­ le y . - T h e fa il u r e of M r. A . A . G o o d liff, a W e lla v ille m e r c h a n t , ia an n o u n c e d . ------- M r. O. P . Coot*, of W e llsvA le, re c e n t l y h a d o c c a s ion to u s e a c o t t o n ra g s a t u r a t e d w i t h lin s e e d oil in p o l i s h i n g sotne f u r n i t u r e , a n d u p o n t h r o w i n g i t d o w n o b s e r v e d t h a t it w a s p n n a t u r a l l y w a r m w h ich fa c t e x ­ c i t e d liis cu r io s i t y , a n d u p o n clo s e r ex a m in ­ a t i o n he fo u n d t h a t t h e h e a t w a s s t e a d i l y in c r e a s in g . T h e w a d o f c l o t h w a s ro lled u p i n som e p a p e r a n d in tw o h o u r s th e p a c k a g e b u r s t iu t o a b r i g h t flam e a n d w a s c o n s u m e d . A W e lla v ille co r r e * p o n d e n t of th e A n g e lic a Reporter w r i t e s : “ A n a g ­ g r a v a t e d a n d a s t o u n d i n g case of a d u l t e r y h a s j u s t com e to lig h t in o u r to w n t h a t cau s e s u s t o o p e n o u r ey e s in aM tonishm c n t, h o r r o r a n d d isg u s t. T h e g u i l t y o ffen d e r is a cle r g y m a n , R e v . N a t h a n F u lle r , P a s t o r of t h e A d v e n t C h u r c h in w b a t is ca lle d t h e N iles s e t t l e m e n t . T h i s F u ll e r h a s been a p r e a c h e r h e r e fo r som e tw e l v e o r m o re y e a r s , a n d h a s b o rn e a good c h a r a c t e r , so fa r a s m o s t p e o p le in th i s sec tio n are a w a r e ; b u t fa c t s t h a t h a v e been d e v e lo p e d d u r i n g th e p a s t w e e k go t o sh o w th a t , w h ile h e h a s lieen p r e a c h i n g w i t h m u c h a p p a r e n t e a r n e s t n e s s an d co n ­ sid e r a b l e u n c t i o n a n d ac c e p ta n c e , h e h a s lieen a t th e sam e t i m e a m o s t o u tr a g e o u s v illa in of t h e b l a c k e s t d ie. A n t i c i p a t i n g a n e x p o s itio n , he c o o lly w r o te a n u m b e r of l e t ­ te r s to d i f f e r e n t p a r ti e s , so l ic i ti n g c e r t i f i ­ ca t e s of good m o ral c h a r a c t e r ; b u t b e fore th e said im p o r t a n t ( t o h im ) d o c u m e n ts a r ­ rive*!, th e v o lcano b u r s t u p o n h im , a n d he is co m p l e t e ly o v e r w h e lm e d . I t ap p e a r s t h a t fo r t h e p a s t tw e l v e y e a r s he h a s been iu t h e h a b i t of ta k i n g im p r o p e r lib e r t i e s w i t h y o u n g g i r l s , a t t h e sam e t i m e re a d i n g to t h e m from th e B ible, sh o w in g th e m th a t th e r e w a s n o im p r o p r i e t y o r w 'rong in it. N o t o n l y h a v e y o u n g g ir ls , b u t y o u n g lad ies a n d m a r r i e d w o m e n b e e n t h e v ictim s of t h i s u g ly L o th a r io . M y p e n alm o s t b lu s h e s t o re c o r d th e se d u c ti v e w iles of th i s “ w i c k ­ ed e s t m a n of W e l ls v t l l e .” T h e r e is no k n o w in g th e e x t e n t of h i s h e l l i s h w o r k ; n e i t h e r d o I ca r e t o k n o w ; for is i t n o t now as b lac k as m i d n ig h t ? H e c o n f e s s e s alm o s t e v e r y t h i n g , a n d is now a m o s t lam e n t a b le p i c t u r e of d e s p o n d e n c y , h o p e lessn e s s an d d e s p a ir.” CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY. A l i t t l e ch i l d of M r . H o ld e n S il s b v of S to c k ­ to n d ied a b o u t a w e e k sin c e from t h e effects of e a t i n g p o isoned b r e a d w h ich h a d been sc a t t e r e d a b o u t t h e h o u s e fo r th e e x t e r m i ­ n a t i o n of th e r a t s . M r. J . Y . B e e b e h a s n e a r l y co m p lete d h i s h a n d s o m e n e w re s i ­ lience a t U a s s i d a g a T h e s t r a w b e r r y fes­ tiv a l reCjntl.V holii in S t/w lzton for p u r pose of b u y i n g a n o r g a n fo r th e B a p t i s t S u n d a y riohool n e t t e d § 8 0 . T h e D u n k i r k J o u r n a l ■ say s : “ A t a m e e ti n g of t h e P r e s ­ b y t e r i a n C h u r c h a n d co n g r e g a tio n of th i s v illag e , h e l d l a s t M o n d a y ev e n in g , a u n a n i ­ m o u s call w a s e x t e n d e d R e v . M y r o n A d a m s of U n io n S p r in g s , N . Y ., t o liccom e th e i r P a s t o r . ” T h e fre i g h t tra n s f e r h o u s e of th e , £ r i e R a ilw a y , i n D u n k i r k , is to be re ­ m o v e d to B u ffalo . A L o d g e of G o o d T e m p l a r s n u m b e r i n g fo r ty m e m b e r s w a s re c e n t l ; o rg a n ized a t S u m m i t . M r. G. VV. Mato t o n , of F r e d o n i a , h a s b r o u g h t th e remaiu-J of h is b r o t h e r , a U n ion so ld ier, from V 'i n c b e s t e r , Y a ., t o F r e d o n i a fo r b u r i a l . Tfie t r i a l of S. S B u r t o n , p a s t o r of t h e M . E . , C u r c h a t O r e g o n , in th e J a m e s t o w n i l r c u f t , b e g a n a t th e O r e g o n c h u r c h on J u n e ^ 3 . l i e w a s ch a r g e d w i t h p ro f e s s in g a belief in fa lse d o c t r i n e s a n d d i s s e m in a tin g th e sam e , a n d w i t h u t t e r i n g falseh o o d s . H e w a s a c q u i t t e d . T h e Ja m e s t o w n C o r n e t H a n d p e r fo rm e d in T i t u s v il l e , P a ., o n M o n ­ d a y , th e fifth . D r . M . M . F c u u c r h a s sold o u t h i s b u s in e s s in th e v illa g e of J a m e s ­ to w n a n d w ill p r o b a b ly soon rem o v e to F r e d o n i a . W o r k m e n arc p u t t i n g th e fin ish in g t o u c h e s on t h e new C o n g reg a tio n a l C h u r c h in J a m e s t o w n . H o n . C h a u n c e y M . D e p e w w a s th e g u e s t of G o v . F e n to n a t J a m e s t o w n , a few d a y s d u r i n g th e p a s t w e e k . GENESEE COUNTY. T h e a r m y w o r m s are said to b e m a k i n g te r r i b l e h a v o c am o n g th e a p p l e tre e s of B e rg e n an d v i c i n i t y . P ro f. E. L. B a rn e s o p e n e d a M u s ical C o n v e n tio n a t t h e B a p t i s t C h u r c h in E l b a on W e d n e s d a y ev e n in g last. A y o u n g lad n a m e d A l b e r t C u d d in g - to n , of B a tav ia, w h ile a t t e m p t i n g t o clim b u p o n a c a r of a p a s s i n g ra il r o a d tra i n , fell u n d e r t h e w h e e ls a n d b i s rig h t leg w a s cru s h e d so b a l l y t h a t a m p u t a t i o n al*>Ye t h e k n e e w a s n e c e s s a r y . T h e B a tarntn say s : •V. G . K n a p p , o f A lab a m a , w h o w a s a p ­ p o i n t e d one of th e th r e e tr u s t es fo r th e erectio n o f school b u i l d in g s a n d th e m a i n ­ ten a n c e of a M a n u a l L a b o r S c h o o l am o n g th e In d i a n s of th e T o n a w a n d a reserv a tio n , h j u d e c l in e d to ac c e p t th e ch a r g e , an d J u d g e H e n s h a w h a s a p p o i n t e d ria b e r t H . BasN®, of t h a t t o w n , as su c h ’ tru s t e e . — M r. F. W . A l v e r s o n , of B atR v ia, h a s p u r ­ ch a s e d th e Ja m e s S h o w e r m a u fa r m , ab o u t th r e e m iles so u t h e a s t of th e v illag e , fo r t h e atjm of $10,900. ORLEANS COUNTY. E x - C o m p t r o l l e r B a r r o w s , of A lb io n , w a s t> ro w n from h i s b o g g y , ru n o v e r a n d c o n ­ sid e r a b l y in j u r e d la s t M o n d a y . M e s s rs II* E . S ic k les a n d H . A. C h il d s , of M e d in a , h a v e fo r m e d a la w p a r t n e r s h i p . A t th e lato S t a t e E d i t o r i a l C o n v e n tio n t h e fo llo w ­ ing. re s o lu t i o n w a s p a s s e d : “RtAolrrd, T h fct w e d e p lo r e th e d e c e a s e of C a lv in G . B e a c h , e d i t o r o f th e O r le a n s RrpuMican, an** o f D a v id S. B r u n e r , e d i t o r of th e O r- leai x .1 m< riran, b o t h of w h o m d e p a r t e d this* life a y e a r ago. B o th h a d b e e n fo r a b o ^ t fifteen y e a r s en g a g e d in th e p u b l i c a ­ t i o n , ^ n e w s p a p e r*, a n d w e re w o r t h y m e m ­ b e r s of th i s A s s o c iatio n . T h e y w e re ea c h th i r £ c - e i g h t y e a r s of ag e , re s id e d in th e satu e r v illaco (A lb io n ), p u b l i s h i n g p o litic a l p a p e - j of th e i r re s p e c t i v e p a r ti e s . T h e y d i e d s f t c r p r o t r a c t e d illn e s s , w i t h i n t w e n t y - fo u r h o u r s of ea c h o t h e r . ” T h e G o o d T c m p l a i s of C a r l t o n h e l d a .S tr a w b e rry F e s t iv a l a t T e n n a n t ’s H a l l . T w o B ridges, on F r i d a y ev e n in g , J u l y 9 t h . M r. L a w ­ re n c e V a n W y c k h a s b e e n a p p o i n t e d Su- perin’endent of the improvements at Oak Orchard Harbor, in place of |Jr. C. E. Cof­ fin, who has been removed to Oswego.- ---- The recent Good Templars Festival given in Albion netted shoot $70. FINANCE AXD TKADE. OFFICE OF THE BUFFALO EXPRESS, > F sidat , J u l j » - # ! * . M. » ( OLD in New V ork, ae telegraphed tc louse A Co., brokers, No. 10 East Seneca s t r e e t , raneea as follow*: .« a. m .............. i»*l t r. m. * ........... i&M ii a . m .................. l*>i • r. * ..................... 2 * ........................... ISrt A r. s . ................... I r. s...................... . looj I r. s . .......................... 13SJ T h e imports st the District of Buffalo Creek for the month of June, 1868, were as follows : B u ffalo ............. BUik R o c k ... North buflalo. Duties-. 913,953 38 1, 43 73 642 M $15 039 97> Bv ffalo ........... iGnawanda . $17,619 71 ■2,600 25 ...................... #77,034 00 KORKU! X VSlMBLR. ....................... ? 81,307 00 .......... 12,623 00 .................................. $ 9:t,930 00 #20.219 96 WITHDRAWN FROM WARZHOUSR. ................................... # 1,2*5 00 #441 00 .................................. #172,180 00 #30,500 91 NEW YORK. G o l d o p e n e d s t 136. a d v a n c e d t o 136}, a n d i* n o w q u o t e d a t 135}@ .135|. I t i s r e ­ p o r t e d in th e G o l d R o o m t h a t $1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 w i l l be sh i p p e d b y to m o r r o w ’s ste a m e r T h e r e is s m o re s e t t l e d feelin g i n t h e m o n e y m a r k e t , a n d th o la r g e r n u m b e r o f lo a n s d u r i n g th e m o r n in g h a v e b e e n m a d e a t 7 p e r c e n t , g o ld , w i t h ex c e p t i o n a l t r a n s a c ­ tio n s o n G o v e r n m e n t b o n d s a t 7 p e r ce n t , c u r r e n c y , a u d on R a i l w a y an*L M i s c e l l a ­ n e o u s s h a r e s a t 1-32 of 1 p e r c e n t p e r d a y a d d e d to t h e leg a l r a t e . G o v e r n m e n t s firm so*I ad v a n c e d . - j . T h e T r e a s u r y to - d a y p u r c h a s e d f!®10(>, 000 5 :20’a. S t a t e b o n d s h e a v y o n e n t i r e list. T h e s t o c k m a r k e t d u r i n g th e m o r n ­ in g h*» b e e n stro n g e r o a \ a u d e r b i l t sto c k a n d s t e a d y o n th e re m a i n d e r oF t h e list. N e w Y o r k C e n t r a l ad v a n c e d a t o n e tim e t o 198} a n d H u d s o n t o 165. O n b u y e r s o p ­ tio n s sales of N e w Y o r k C e n t r a l a r e r e ­ p o r t e d M h i g h a* 1934, a n d H u d s o n as g h as 1G6J. E x p r e s s sh a r e s h e a v y . r.m. rm. rm. rm A.H 10 4«r. Union Ex. United sltiit— ... Amer. M. U ................. c'AL-iflc Msii ------ !f. Y. 11 It (,1 1101 110$ 1161 UO) 1101 1 1 . . . ci) 374 ............... 0 151 151J 17>0j 150! 151 m ’-H . . . . 1*7* S\i SO* 70 * ---- 71* 7 1 * ----- 71 40 . . . 40 40 . . . . 40 ....... 1iu$ . . . . *•»! 89} 894 . . . . f. C e n tral 19 >* l.*0| 19-* 195* ISO) 19*4 195J ............................................ i ' i 28* . . . . 27 * 27* H a r lem .......................... ................ iudnon R . .......... 104} . . . . 104 106} . . . . . . . Reading ............. 03* W0| S 3 | Ho* 93* 93} 92* •lid C e n t . ...................................... 128* 128 . . . . . . . . dich. 8 .................. lOOfc 10fl} U » | luo* 100* 1093 101*1 IL C e n t ................................................. H 3 1 « .................... Uleve. A P it t * .. 109 Its * .C8} 103 103 107) 108 -ieve. h T o l.. U R . 1 11CJ 110 ¥ U. Tel...................... 3• r i W ayne . . . . 1511 1{H> K x ...................... 58 j W. F. K x ............. 24) . . . . r o L h Y i a b .................... 72 . . . . hL A A lto n ................... 158 a n i o n ......................................... i. W e s tern... 81J 8vJ 8 ') 8. Wont. p . . . . 95* 95 95 vo :>•* i*» Jhi., ii. a q ...................... ............................. .. .................. quicksilver...................... Li •** •••• ----- t. & M m ............ 32J . . . . 12) 3 2 ) ................... 4iL A St. P ...... 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G o l d firm e r , o p e n i n g a t 1 3 6 } , a n d c l o s i n g a t 1 3 o |. G o v e r n m e n t s c l o s e d s t e a d y a s fo l l o w s : Diu. Asked. J . 8 regiRtercd ff* of 1881...................... 117J J. 8. coupe na ol 1881 ................................. 118 >- 20 ^ rvjfiatered ’02 ......................................... 118* (J. 8 . 5-20 coupon* ot 1862 ...................... 121} J. S. 5-20 coupons of 1864 ........................ 118* •J. 8, 5-20 coupons of 1865 .................... 119* J. S. 5-20 c o u p o n s of Jan . and Ju l y ’66 117} J . 8. 5-20 coupous of 1867 ....................... H*} J. A 5-20 coupons ef 1868 ........................ 117* J. S. 10-40 reg istered ................................. 1°~| U. S. 1040 coupons ..................................... 106 Pacifies ........................... .. .................................. 1*85 S t o c k * u n s e t t l e d . 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Yestern Union Telegraph ................... iartford A Krie............................................ <rie...................................................................... iiie, preferred ........................... iudson River ................................................ leading ............................................................. •hto A Mississippi ........................... Michigan Southern ................................... Joicairo dt Alton .......................... Jhicago A Alton, preferred ................. Uinkers and Srukcn ............................. Terre Uauie ................................................ ferre Haute, preferred .......................... -Vabash.. ..................................................... preferred.............................. 86* fart Wayne........................................................................ 150 Uinois Central..!........................................................ 143 U:e*eland A Pittaburyh .................................. ........ 10HJ Toledo ....................................................................................................... Rock Island ........................................................................ ........ »orth Western ..................................... 80* VorthWestern, preferred..... .................. loston Water Power ............................... ••• 16 d&riposa .................................................................................... • dariposa, preferred ............................. 16) oake Shore.............................................. .. .......................................... lari era ................................ .. .................................................................. tfarlem, preferred ............................. ...................... Michigan Central .......................................................... 1 - A j St. Joseph......................................................................... . •. • “ preferred................................................. . . . . Express Stocks— The following were the closing qnota­ tions: Wells, Faryo A Co ....................................................... 22* tiuvniau ............................................................................ 40 iilamj’ ........................................................................ 58* United 8 Ate* .............................. 71* Meraian-*'Union ................................................................ 16 L ondon , P. M .—Consols, money 93]; account 93*. Bonds easier at 81 j. Rail­ way stock quiet. Erie 18*; III. C«*nt. 95*. COMMERCIAL ITEMS. The following articles were received at this port b y Lake anti steamer Interna­ tional (per Grand Trunk Railroad; during the 24 hours ending Saturday evening: Flour, bbls... Wheat, bu ----- Corn, bu ............ *>ati, hu .......... Butter, l!<s ----- Coal, tns ......... Cattle, hd... Fish, |*kys .. Hides, no ----- Hoops, no 20,000 C a n a l E x p o r t s . —The following are the principal exports b y canal for the past 24 hours: Wheat. Corn. Oats Barley. Rye. Trov ................... 27,200 85,455 28.193 .............................. Rochester . . . . 14,300 .............................................................. Total 41,5*10 »5 *55 23,196 .............................. A lso — 20U0 bbls floor to Troy. 1 h e following are tiie receipts and ship ucnts at Chicago %nd Milw aukee for the post 24 hoars as leported by telegraph: uuc**v aiLWAissa. Rev’t*. **>:*‘t* ftec'V Ship’’* H 560 S S 6 2,yX) 3.000 5l,*i00 71,« *0 /'•7.-J0*t 47 ***10 46 IWO 47,006 ............................... li.OJO 21,000 2, 60 ............ 2.730 Iron, scrap, lbs. 20,000 83,777 I’•on, liOTo ........... l,t*-» 81.SOO Lumber, f t .......... 134,'*0.* lti,ed7 Milfeed, lh«.... 18,000 10,200 Potatoes, b u . . 125 5*> I Peltn, b d l s .......... 23 1,307 She* p. no.. . . Wool, b i s ............ 309 22 8 33*1 Wood, cds . . . . 204 ✓lour, bria.... A heat, bu.... Cora, bu ............ >atn, bu ............ tljre. bu ...................... Barky, bu ................. llucs. . . . . . . . . N e w Y o r k ietrokum, p k j a . . . . 27,290 387 610 275,405 Steorue, pka-a ............ 1 *J 0 th350 8,270 The exports of produce during the siren tim e are as follows: Part Slue* aanasthna Week. J m L 1888. t'otton, bales............... 9e*> 180.737 215 027 Klour, brl- ..................... 37,25*8 002.482 -483 877 < 'onuneaJ, brl>............ 3 OuO 2 1 1 JSW 106,942 Wheat, bu ..................... 859 8,388,507 • orn, hu .......................... Rye, hu ............................. 27,484 l/Aft.Mtf 4,030,77V 2J 470 88,515 153.102 '►ate, bu ................... 4*>0 as,** « 38,831 Heef, tea and brls.. 1 , 1 X 8 49,145 61,042 I’ork, brla ..................... 1 , 1 ** 40 007 50,847 Bacon, Ac., 100 lt*s 1 1 , 0 1 2 324JI2» 170.MR) 222,108 l.ard, 1 0 0 1 ..* ................. 7,35*1 2X8,561 * hee>e, 100 Ita ......... 21,230 121,710 ISO 467 But er, 1M0 lba ............ 172 4,814 5.810 Ashea, Pot. cooks ___ 2,478 1.007 • shes. Pearl. c«u.ks . io,-. Beeswax, lhs ................. 75,142 320,305 tlope, ttal- a ................... 5,042 38 414 357 •t* sin, brU ................. 9^82 288.733 189,377 Crude T\irp., brls.. 4 204 Spirits Tur;*-, b r.s... 192 8 124 5,007 • a-, hrte .......................... 208 28.075 0,038 Tallow, pkga ................. 6 ,»T 112,634 71 846 Tobacco, pkp* ............... 4,890 63^>11 39,138 15^,811 1,751,88-1 3.810,231 (81. J'jienn, gals ------ Oil, Whaie, gals .......... 0,300 300,515 1H4,S>1 3,302 208.2 3 P. troleum, gala .......... 1,085,648 20,027.7:4) 23,138 8&3 staves, M......................... 206 5^52 4 41 Oil Coke. 100 IN* 355 492 Whalebone, lba . . . . 2,747 li t . 845 300,440 m B aft $ i 00^10 2ft, k bau*g the price of Spring’ ,006 4A00 R eceipts at and E xports . New York are Cotton, bales . Flour, brla .............. Co nmeal, brls ......... Wheat, i*u ................... Coro, bu........................ Rye, bu ........................ ILrler. bn — <>*U, bu ........................ Beef t s aud brl* . Pork, br s ................. Lard. pky*. .......... * hee*e, l«>xe* .......... Butter, pkgs ........... Roe* n, i r * ................. Crude Tu p., brj. . . . Sp rit« Turp., hr s . . Tar, brls ....................... a .sliest, brl< ................. . 7 l*acc*), dom., In t Tobseco, for., tales T ilow, pkg= .. Wool, dom., i a e s .. W. ul, for., l>a«» .. H*-p*. tale* ................. Whisky, bils ............... Leather, sides ............ perifids ind i c a t e d : Pwt ince home time W>*k. Jan 1. 19*i8. ■.,845 349,83) 302,910 <?,085 2 1,068.380 1.240 145,135 189 496 . Vr *. .66 4 389,700 . 48*020 , 4,396 040 8,737,060 11.240 201,460 213.430 702,586 731.000 . 193,505 2,220.906 2,933.000 7)0 48.HC0 84,005 95 02.005 75,435 61 * 83 >45 1,3O J 55,525 78,840 44 205 252,325 364,325 14.505 241.845 **,856 2,135 296,225 2 2 1 .UM 6 180 e,855 :i,9U5 1 530 33.9S5 28,100 150 52 045 IM.TfA) 24 o 6 .* 85 :5,2.« 5 7 :o 101 540 79,046 1 1 0 22 350 19.746 iaa 4 4b5 1,325 8 >45 32.525 45 710 315 24,020 16,006 U M 39.055 10,535 3,505 73 936 9,990 . 37,200 1,370,40*) 1,040,600 Av. Pric*. 80} $4 00 92 4 50 79 3 87} 56 7 25 50 6 00 % 4 50 561 7 00 71 6 62} 122 5 00 57 7 50 56} 7 50 54 7 75 57 7 73 59 7 37} 57 7 62} 7 ae 49 6 40 90 3 62} 82 3 50 107 4 50 90 4 50 81 4 00 85 3 25 80 4 10 88 4 00 market a*e •toady a t $7 37<£62 P*orle d u ll aad nominal. Gotton—dnll; folly, he lower. Sales ol 9J0 balaoot 34*o for* noddling uplands. FWar—ltoeefpto 9912 brio. M arket 10c &lfie bettor. Makea?of 13,000 brla a t $5 20(£5 65 for aopertlm State and Wea- ton»;$6 05(^7 00 far tmmmm to Aosoe extra State; $0 2 0 0 7 00 lor do astro Wi $7 05<s)7 » tor good to ohoaoe wh»i extra; $8 50@7 10 for oo^unon t ronnd hoop Utoo; $7 «K#7 80 for to fair extra St. Loaia; $8 UOi^iO 00 for good to choice ff.o, dosing quiet with scarce ly ao much firmnese ; included iu rnleo 1000 •ri* choice cx j a m a te, to arrive soon a t $7 00. cvy« Flour—Steady. Sales of 230 bria at $4 00(8,6 30 Corn meal— Q uiet. W hisky—Firmer, ^ales of 300 brifi W est­ ern a t $1 02^41 024 free. W h e at—Receipts 13,000 bush. Wheat opened a t 3(#5a, b a t >• oonseqaenos of p n vote cable dispatches quoting finer woothei iand declining prices oi the market here closed d u ll with the nlvanoa lost 8 d m ot TUE JIAKKJCXS. o r n c E or t i*. b u f f a l o Kxr&gas. 1 i u SAT, July fi—4 r . M. f F l o u r — A c t i v e and h i g h e r . Sales 325 b r l s No. 2 c i t y g r o u n d S p r i n g a t $ 6 500* 6 75; 253 brls a t $6 50 for Western Spring, $6 75t*$7 0 0 for b a k e r * ’; $7 7 5 ( ^ 8 0 0 for w h i t e Michigan W i n t e r ; 120 brls a t $8 00 for choice Michigan and $7 00 for ambrr. W h e a t — Op e n e d s t r o n g a t $1 4 2 fo r N o . 2 M ilw a u k e e a n d $1 4 0 f o r d o C h icag o , ad vane ing to $1 43 a s k e d at noon. Ijfter in th e d a y a re a c t i o n w a s i n d u c e d b y unfavor ab l e t e l e g r a p h i c ad v ic e s , fell o ff to $1 4*. a n d $1 40, a n d a t la s t to u c h e d $1 39, at w h ich i t clo s e d w i t h m o s t h o l d e r s re l u c t ­ a n t t o sell a t t h e d e c lin e T b e sa l e s w e n e a r l y A . M , 15,500 bu No. 2 Chicago at §1 4 0 ; la t e r , 37,5 0 0 b u N o . 2 M ilw a u k e e a t $1 42, an d 39,0 0 0 b u N o . 2 M ilw a u k e e in lo t a o n s p o t a n d to a r r i v e a t $1 42. S a les P . M . 7500 b u N o . 2 M i lw a u k e e on sp o t a t $1 4 2 ; 7500 b u d o a t $1 40, a n d n e a r t h e clo s e 7500 b u d o mt $1 39. C o h n — A c t i v e a n d b u o y a n t . S a l e s A. M ., 30,6 0 0 b u N o . 2 m ix e d a t 82c; 8000 bn d o a t 824c. P . M — 3 2 ,0 0 0 b u a t 83c; 2 c a r s d o a t 85c, clo s in g v e r y firm a t 83c foi Inwtlu&ds. O at $— Q u i e t a n d firm a t th e ad v a n c e S m a ll «a)«a a t 75c, a t w h i c h figure t h e y are h e l d firm . K y e —F irm a n d q u i e t a t ? • 22 ark e d , w i t h n o sales. B a r l e y — D u l l a n d in a c ti v e . H d d at a b o u t $1 40 fo r C a n a d a . P e a s — D u l l a t §1 20@ 1 50 fo r com m o n to good (Jana*la field. B e a n s — G o o d m e d i u m com m o n are n o m ­ in a l a t $ 2 25. O a t m e a l — F irm a t $ 9 75 fo r choie* C a n a d ian . S ke B s *—1T im o th y is d u l l a n d n o m in a l at $ 4 0 0 ; m e d iu m c l o t e r a t $ 8 2 5 ® 8 50, H u n g a r i a n a t $1 0 0 ; flax a t $ 2 7 5 ( ^ 3 00 C o r n m e a l — Q u i e t b u t firm a n d h ighei w i t h a te n d e n c y s t i l l f a r t h e r u p w a r d . C o a rse $ t 50; tin e f 1 60 p e r 100 Ibfl. P r o v i s i o n s —Q u i e t an d easier. H e a v y m e s s p o r k a t §33 0 0 : l i g h t d o a t $32 00. F i s h — T r o u t firm a t 90 00(316 25, w h i t e e a s ie r a t §7 75(®8 0 0 p e r h f brl. G e o rge’s B a n k cod a t $7 25(<47 50 p e r KM1 lbs; m a c k e r e l, memo, b r l s $3 4 ; hf b lr s . #17 5 0 ; k i t t s , $4 12*; selec ted , b r l s |3 3 ; hf b r l s d o , $1 7 ; Vitte do, $3 8 7 4 ; « tio , b r l s , $ 3 0 ; d o , hf b r l s , $15 80; do, k i t to $3 75; N o 1, b r l s , $ 2 8 5 0 ; d a , hf hrls, $ 1 5 ; d. k i t t s , $ 3 25; N o 2 , b r l s , $ 2 1 ; hf b r l a , $ 1 1 ; k i t t o I SO; Y a r m o u th b l o a t e r s , $ 2 5 0 p e r 100 counted out. Halibut, 1 4 a Labrador her rin g , $11 00 p e r brL B u t t e r — Q u i e t a t ^*0o f o r b e s t ; 2 2 (a)25c fo r com m o n . C h e e s e —D u l l a t 14*@ 1 5 4 c fo r facto ry , w i t h a te n d e n c y to a s t i l l lo w e r ra n g e of prices. E o o s — D u l l a t 1 9 (3 2 0 c b y th e b r l and 21c c o u n t e d o n t . C a n a l F r e i g h t s — S t e a d y . T o N e w Y o r k , W h e a t , 13c; co r n , 11c; o a ts, 7,)c. S ta v e s $2 12* p e r t o n a n d to l ls. To A l b a n y — L u m b e r : S o f t w o o d , $5 25; h a r d w o o d , $6 25 p e r m feet. L I V E S T O C K . T h e re c e i p t s of b e e v e s th i s w e e k so f a r fo o t u p 410 c a r s a g a i n s t 370 a t th e sam e tim e la s t w e e k . O f th e s e 141 cam e in l’h u m l a y a n d 143 to - d a y . T h e m a r k e t is so m e w h a t ch e c k e d b y th e co m p a r a t i v e l y h e a v y re c e i p t s of th e p a s t tw o d a y s , an d w a s h a r d l y as stro n g t o - d a y a s o n W e d n e s ­ d a y , b u t th e r e ia very litele q u o tab le ch a n g e i n prices, go o d s t o c k sellin g a t a n ad v a n c e o f J t o jc ab o v e la s t w e e k 's prices. T h e soles o r e : J u d y to B. C . C o o n , 6 0 h d v e r y e x t r a K y . s t e e r s av 1424 a t $ 8 62*. W o o d A S im s t o sam e , 162 h d p r u n e 111. s t e e r s av 1280 a t $8 00. T h o m p s o n to sam e , 9 2 h d good 111. steers a v 1330 a t $7 85. M o o re t o sam e , 2 8 h d fa t co a rsish steers, av 1555 a t $S 25. H a u e n s t e i n to sam e , 140 h d v e r y p rim e IU. s t e e r s av 1389 a t $8 30. H e a t h to R o s e n t h a l . 126 h d v e r y p rim e I ii I m h aw 11*5 a t SS 5M Same t o W o o d r u ff, 149 h d do a v 1335 a t $ 8 25. Webb A Green to Shuster, lOtf hd good sm o o th IU. s t e e r s a v 1200 a t $ 7 75. Woods to Woodruff, 16hd good 111. steers av 1350 at $7 75. ^ H h t e r to P o s t, 102 h d good 111. steers av 1242 a t $7 70. T e m p e r t o E n g lish , 74 h d s t e e r s a v 1200 a t $7 00. D o lby to P o s t, 140 h d v e r y p r im e IU. steers av 1388 a t $8 30. T h e follow ing w e re d e l i v e r e d h e r e o n p re- ious c o n t r a c t , th e p r ice s b e in g a sh a d e lo w e r t h a n ru l i n g q u o t a t i o n s : H o U e y to Woods ft Gillespie, 16 hd p r im e Tnd s t e e r s av 1350 a t $1 0 9 per hd. T a l b o t t o sam e , 64 h d d o a t $7 871. H iU v K a h n to sam e , 16 h d good In d . s t e e r s a v 1250 a t $7 40. S a m e to nam e , 17 h d p r im e In d . steers av 1400 a t $ 8 00. B r o w n t o sam e , lf» h d ro u g h In d . steers av 1400 a t $7 50. T a l b o t t o same, 34 h d p r i m e In d . steers av 1300 a t $7 75. S in s e n s ta t f t o sam e , 31 h d d o av 1390 a t $7 90. P e a r s o n t o sam e , 10 h d do av 1300 a t $9S p e r h d . V a n N a t t e r to sam e , 64 h d p rim e I1L steers a v 1354 a t $7 80. S a m e t o sam e , 30 h d e x t r a III. s t e e r s av 1500 a t $ 8 374. S M e e p . T h e re c e i p t s a r e co m p a r a t i v e l y lfg h t , being 6700 hd so far this week a t the Cen­ tr a l Y a r d s . T b e p rices are a b o u t the same aa last w e e k , v i z . : Western sheep, $3 4 5 0 ; C a n a d a lam b s , $6 OOfa.7 50. The m a r k e t is a c t iv e a t quotations ; all the C a n a d a sto c k arriving h a s changed hands. T h e sales a r e : No. G r a h a m to Q u in n & M e- G r a w , O h i o ........................ 72 G a rw o o d to M c G r a w ft A b b e y , I n d ............. 396 Gish to Quinn ft McGraw, Io w a .................................. 409 Jftcobs to G a u c h ft C o ., C a n . l a m b s ............................. 1(8 Waters to Q u m n ft M c ­ Graw, IncL l a m b s 132 Some to som e , In d . sheep .195 Nichols to some, ('anada lambs ........................ —• .205 R ice t o C o u g h lin , Con 79 R u s s e U to G a u c h ft C o ., Can................................... 18 S a m e t o sam e , C a n . 54 Pincombe to Qainn ft Co., C a n ........................................... 00 Hunter to sam e , Can.... 113 Barnett to sam e , C a n . 113 Colima te same. Can 208 P r i d a m to aame. Can .. 213 Coughlin to same, C a n 214 Rawlings to Gauch, Caw...313 McCormick to Abbey, Ind.204 Smith to Quinn ft Co., In d .....................................M Rawlings to Gauch, C a n 20 Talbot to Fullington, Ind.. 179 Frost to Qainn « Co., Ind.228 Kahn to Wise ft Co., Ind.. 191 Parker to Abbey. Mich. 212 D u f f to same, Mich 238 n » g s . R e c e ip ts of hozz fo r th i s ab o u t average, alth o u g h tb e through ship mento have fallen off. Common to good shipping are quoted at $8 75@9 00; se­ lected a t $9 25. Very few otock hoga are Sales of 300 t 1 Rio on Sales 300 khds Cuba at 85,000 bus a t $1 5404 *8 lor 2 s Prm«* Utter price choice to Arrive a t $1 59&1 60. No. 1 do; 161 white State f t 70; white California. $2 00 new white Southern. Rye—Scarce and quiet. Sales 2500 hu of Western at $1 90, which ia firmer. Barley—Dull and nominal. Barley malt—Dull. Sales 15,(KM) bu. Rye Malt.—Sale* 125 bu. Com—Receipts 88,960 bu. Market is 3(<|4c better ; strong speculative demand. Sales of 123,600 bu at 73ft95 for non nixed Western via eanal; 92(<$97c for do via railroad; 9f<c high mixed nearly yellow. 94c for white Weaterp. Oats—Receipts 6050 bush. Oats scarce And d e c i d e d l y firmer. Sales 26,000 bu at Sll(d82c for inferior to common Western Afloat. Rice—Dull. Coffee—Quiet, private terms. Sugar—Quiet. Ll(d.UJc. Molasses— Dull. Petroleum—Firm. Sales at 17c for crude md 32*(d33c for refined. Hope—Unchanged. Sales a t 8315c for American. Fork—Quiet but firm. Sales of 460 >rls at $32 00(0,32 12* for new mess, dosing at $32 00 for cosh; $32 50 for old lo; $26 (XX*i)27 00 for pnme; $28 50(a 29 00 for prime mess. Beef—Steady. Soles of 340 brls ai 48 (K)(|| 16 tor new plain mess; $12 00(a i 8 00 for new extra mess. Tierce bee! nominal. Sales at $20 OO‘S-25 00 foi inme mess; $25 00 (<z 30 00 for Indis ness. Beef hams—Quiet. Sales of 125 brls it $‘20 00^31 50. - vu* meats—Heavy. Sales of 200 pke it 134@14o for shoulders; 16@16}o foi homo. * Middles—Firm but quiet. Lard—Unchanged. Sales of 480 tcs at for steam; 194<®19fc for kettle rendered. Butter—Quiet at 10@30c for Ohio and 16(0) 3 6 c for State. Cheese—Heavy at ll@15$c. Bark l a a i m D a ta, C a taatak, Chicago ~ ^ £ 2 T iToUSa' Brig J A 100 BHg Woooona, Jojra, Milwaukee; 000 tea coal 12 tns powder. Brig Wm Trent, Lent, Saginaw. Schr Amerentk, Haetiags, Cleveland. 600 brls aaR. Schr Cambridge Borland, Chicago. Schr Selkirk, Bam ford, Chicago. Schr Elm City, Lynn, Conneant; 100 brls salt 50 hrls lime. Schr D L Couch, Moddock, New Balti- NEW YORK LIVE STOCK. Tbe number of cattle received a t all the yards, and direct te Wntehere, during the >a*t week, is 6763; milch cows, 118; calves, 4*7(1; sheep and lambs, 20,873; swine, 24,214. Doubtless there are hundreds re­ vived besides these, of which reporters nave obtained no account. Prices of beef attle ore well maintained at 15@16c per i>ound for best droves. The market con mues strong, so that everything is sold v»on after its appearance in the yards. Cows and calves remain unchanged. The sheep and lwnb trade is more satis factory to sellers, with an improvement in prices. Poor culls are sold a t very low fig ares of 3<$34c per pound live weight, but really good sheep will bring 607c per :>oand, gross weight. Lambs sell for 100 lie per pound. There is more firmness m the swine mar­ ket Pnme lots sell rasdily at 11 12c for tressed weight. More hogs are now sold st live weights than usual; good- ones sell readily for 91(09}c per pound; selected lots sell for r fraction higher. CHICAGO. Flour—Advancing. Spring extras, $5 12) 4$6 25. Wheat—Active and excited at higher prices. Sales of N*'. 1 $1 3801 39; No. 2ep>ing $1 2601 37}. # Corn—Active with a speculative demand, i'he market is excited and higher. Sales of No. 1 at 84c; No. 2 at 81*0. Oats—Easier. Sales a t 69069} c Kye—Active and higher $1 U70l 10. Barley—Nominal with no sales. High wines—Dull but firm at 95096c. Provision*—DulL Mess Poik—Sales a t $33. Lard—Sales a t 180!9}c. Bacon—Sales of clear bacon sides at 18}c for packed. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Cattle—Quiet. Sales at $4 2 5 0 5 50 for cows and $7 60 for extra. Hogs—Quiet. Sales at $8 25 for light and $8 7509 25 for good to choice. M I L W A U K E E - Flour—Nominally unchanged. Wheat—Unsettled. Sales a t $1 37 for No. 1 and $1 33 for No. 2. Oats—Advancing. Sales at 71c for No. 1. v*\« a t 76c for No. 2. R y e —NominoL Grain Freights—Nominally unchanged. FOREIGN. L ivertool —Breadstuff* and provisions closed unchanged. Spirits of turpentine de­ clined to 37s per cwt; other articles un­ changed. London—Tallow clpeed at 46e per cwt. S p e r m oil declined to 692. Sugar afloat at 28s 9d. Spirits of taqwOtine fl7s6d. A ntwerp . —Petroleum at 49}f. for stand­ ard v hite. ^ _______ MARINE MATTERS. PORT OF BUFFALO. ARRIVED ................................................................ July t. Steamer international, May, Fort Erie; 5 scks wool 10 tns scrap iron 10 pcs h h goods 3 ers lumber 130 sheep 22 hrls fish 239 sheep 1 cr boope 1307 cattle. Steamer Ivanhoe, McNieh, Fort Erie; 500 lbs fish. Prop Mayflower, Woodworth, Chicago; 19,000 bu oorn 530 brls flour 15 tca pro visions. From Milwaukee—600 brls flour 300 scks feed. Prop Roanoke, Kimball, Chicago; 18,777 bu wheat 16,867 bu oats 350 hides 23 bdls pelts 102 pkgs butter 1600 brls flour. Tug Trowbridge, Schriver, Fort Erie; light. T u b Protection, Talcott, Port Abino, light. Tug S Nelson, Phillips, Port Colborne; Jxh‘- Bark Two Fannies, Burns, Chicago; 27,500 bu cym. Bark Racine, Morey, Chicago; 35,000 bu corn. Bark Ironsides, Bateman, Milwaukee; 20, 000 bu wheat. Schr Dauntless, Williams, Kingston; 1685 bars r r iron. Schr Blossom, Norquay, Port Dover; 24 cds wood. Schr Conns! Reid, Burrows, Cleveland; 201 tns coal. Schr Watt ffhermxn, McCabe, Erie; 300 tea oosL Schr Cambridge, Borland, Chicago; 27,500 bu wheat. Schr W A Chisholm, Humphrey, Ash tabula; 110,000 ft lumber 125 bu pate toes. Schr H C Pntter, Bljrben, Mil»»ukee; 17, 500 ha wheat. Barge Sacramento, Carpenter, Welland, 180 cda w o o d . C L U U D ......................- .......................... J n t f I S tar International. Mny, Fort Erin. Steamer Ivanhoe, McNieh, Fort Ena Prop JSvrrgrota City, Hha.no., Cleve­ land. PropGataa, McCrea, Chioafn. Prop Bqainox, Arthur, ‘ lnn.ro Prop Grudin* Star, Me For lone, Prop Mehawk, Gihmm. Chirwpr Prop Oakland, Hantahar.tr, Brio. Prop Iraa d t p , Bwvfaa, Sap d tp . Prop d t p at Detroit, Auatro, H l n i '™ Teg doe Van Bare* Smith, te t a i r k Berk Two FannwaBaroe. Chicago; Bark C K N ita Rted, Chicago; 860 tear eoaL Bark ) C King, Gram, Chicago. 8chr .Mountaineer, Lode wick, Detroit; 75 tns cool. 4chr Two Brothers, McDerman, Port Bur- w*U. Scbr l.vrnan Casey, Harlow, Toledo; 32 cda stone. Scur m ri Sibley, Gunning, Cleveland. Schr F M Knapp, L’*— tm. If snine; 560 tns coal. Schr Fleetwing, Chandler, Milwaukee. Schr J R Bentley, Brown, Chicago; .300 tne coal. Schr Ethan Allen, Jones, Racine; 46(1 tea ooaL Barge T P Sheldon, Roache, Saginaw. Soow J Mortolle, Reche, Detroit. VARIOUS ITEMS. (srKCIAL TO THS Rt PTALO BXMUUM | Vessels Passing D e troit. — The follow­ ing vessels passed July 9th up to 9 P. M.: Down —Prop Yoeemite, St Albans; bark Favorite, Indiana; schrs Harveat Queen, Pathfinder, Whitney, Reindeer, Maple l/snf, Gibbe, Hart, Kate Robinaon, Goodell. Mont Blanc, TUden, Saginaw, Gilmore, T Baker, S S Osborne, H J Webb, Racer, Columbian, J 0 Moos, Dolphin, Mary ft Lucy. Up—Props Nashua, St Louis, RockqE WinsloW, Acadia, T A Scott; barks Moni­ tor, Austin; schrs Dauntless, Transport, Wm Grandy, L Doll. Wind southwest. L a u F mights .—Quiet and unchanged Charters are: By Callias ft Kenny—Schr H 0 Potter, lumber Crow Island to Chi­ cago at $3 75 per m; barks American Union *nd Sardinia, lumber Bay City to Chicago at $3 50 per m.; schr Fleetwing, ooal Erie to Milwaukee a t 85c nor ton free of hand­ ing. By Jones ft Wright— Barge Joaeph tiollon, 160 tns stone hence to Saginaw a t 13 60 per ton; prop Roanoke, salt Bay 'ity to Chicago, 28c per brl; bark Racine, railroad iron, Buffalo to Chicago, $1 per ton free of handling. At Chicago, Htfi instant, lake freights w e re neglected and nominal. Tbe follow­ ing charters w e re made late yesterday af­ ternoon and ev e n in g . To Buffalo—Prop Cuayhoga, wheat from Milwaukee at 5c; bark B r i d g e w a t e r , oats at 3c. From Grand T raverse — S c h r A W Lucky, lumber at $2 75. P o r t ok C h i c a g o , July 8.—Arrived from Buffalo—Prop Free State; schr Anglo Saxon. Cleared for Buffalo—Prop Dean Richmond, 23,383 bu wheat 22,961 >m oats 0056 bu corn 300 brls flour; prop Potomac, 31,006 bu corn 677 brls flour 17 bis wool; prop Merchant, 16,450 bu com 2600 brls flour 95 green hides; prop Eclipse, 19,560 bu wheat 540 b r l s flour 45 b is wool; s c h r Cuyahoga. THE CANAL. ARRIVED................................................... ............. July & Theo F Stacey, A Richmond, Thos Kearney, Frank Donaldson, B F Brace, Jr, Wm W Wimmett, Emma Norton, Albert Sherwood, H S Parmelee, H H Goff, Jno T Murray, A H Burch, E W Griffin, Zomio, Gibralter, Nettie Donaldson, Colfax, Samuel J Belton, Albion, Perry E Toies, m Jas Maloney, S C Little, T W Oriffen, D S Bennett, Maggie, Rattlesnake, Henry Stewart, Jewell F Paige, J H Storin, Dow Patterson, Anson Foster, Minnesota, John I^e Valley, Mary E Coville, Carrie L Cassiiey, Simon Cohen, K C Brown, J R Putnam, Jno Bell, Clio, Peter B Whitbeck, P H Bender, S Butterfield, Stephen Collins, Lightou Brothers, Minnie Shaft, Island Home, D Howard, John E Deans. C L E A R E D ..............................................................J»l> #• L Hamil. stave# Troy. L J Peck, 7000 wheat Rochester. Post Boy, 7600 corn Troy. Geo W Chittenden, sunde Lockport. J H Plaisted, staves Troy. Albert Sherwood, 5000 wheat do. C A Wol rath, 8060 corn do. Alonzo Richmond, 14,446 oats da. Frank Short, staves do. Theo F Stacey, 7260 wheat do. L H Gibbe, 7700 oorn do. H D Conger, lumber Albany. T W Furbeek, 2066 brio flour Troy. John B Arnold, 13 756 oat* do. Carrie M Coed, 7000 corn do. Simon Cohen, walnut logs da H C Rew, 7760 when: do. Rattlesnake, light Albion. Stephen Collins, lumber Troy. Plunbustah, 7700ooru do. J W Beck, staves Rochester. Gleaner, staves Troy. Jas MaGean, J i, 7300 wheat do. John F Hager, staves do. Thos Cornes, 7300 wheat Rochester. J S Curtiss, 8200 oorn Troy. M M Weaver, 7800 do do. M e a t, 74(10 do d a Clara ft Jennie, lumber Albany. Lizzie Knettles, 8100 oorn Troy. Simon Cohen, mdse Tonawanda. Passed F u ltonvtlle.—The following Buffalo boats passed FultovGU* tin ring the twenty-four hours previous to I JO P. M., July 7: W h e a t- A G Whitcomb, Live Oak, Erebus, Fred Myer, G M Titus, Walter Barling, Patrick Lynch, Geo Fovlee, S R Smith, J G Memman, Matilda, C H Cor­ ner, John H Conte, Jennie Gnfhn, A Hei- ser, Briggs ft Palmer, Dexter, Wm Mc­ Carty, Koacoe Conk ling, James L Breed, Sidney J Hill, K M Race, W H Hoyt, Fronds Skiddy, Yibbard, W B Douglas, P J Newkirk, N C Brndstieet C orn —E Nf Cummings, Abrara Wood, Kanawba. S taves —,! Day. C oal —James Bow ley. O a t s —Alpine, C McK. Hemick. L umber —J onah, Michael Doran, C H Sanford, Arabella, H W Chadwick, W H Hoyt, K A Richards. MARRIED. ROBINSON CLARK-Jely ». ml the rexfclmce of the bnde’h purtuia, by Uie hee. H. Y . IUru«, Mr William u. Kobtneoi. and Ml** Sarah B dark, all of U>U city. HERHHMAN -CAMERON July 8, at the M. E. Chuich, b> Mav. it. H. Muller, Samuel Merahmaa. of Fiti*hurxn, Pa, and Mum Moomi Canter**:, ot BufLriJ, M. i . DIED. SAG!—J uly 8, Eu jane B. , oldest son of Theodore B. on-* 8u*te Hairs,aged 7 years an: 11 month*. Kareboult, Minn , |iS|mra pleaae copy. AHIJHBM E N T H . PROFESSOR FAUN’S WORLD RENOWNED TYROLEAN TRO U P E , F R O M THE ZILLEB V A L U C Y , TYE O L . W h o hare [dayed • ith immeiiM.- suoceit l<ef**re the erowued head* of Europe, tea*imoniala from whom, •Hh their seat*, are now on ezhlhition at Cottier 4 'a Musio St/'-e, wil gKe THREE GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERTS AT THE RINK. M y , leiiy ul Test; tviaf, Oommencirx at 8 ©’dock each tv e a iif, aod a FAMRY MATINEE Saturday Aftsrnooa *t 3 O'Clock. COME, *£E AND HEAR y^aearful Prfoiu anin of t!eae doughtwa on i of tbsltociitsina <4 T. rul, M S M ton? KbW AND NOVEL 1 V a a t M Upiae S a p , ( W m u i U n . THE INTERESTING AND AVU91NO a n i m a l q u a r t e t t e . NEW PBOOEAMM1 EACH BTMUH.

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