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Office Ftont Room, over roiiofnce,
INSURANCE AMD REAL ESTATE AOEST,
Office Room No. 2, Columbian BalMlag,
Office In Ent's Building, near Court Home,
OHN M. CLARK,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Office over Mover Bro's. Drug Stora,
Q W. MILLER,
Office In Blower's building, ii floor, room No i.
Office cor. Centre & Main Sts., Clark's building,
iW Can be consulted in German.
Office, Second floor, Columbian Building,
JJ V. WHITE,
Office in Wirt't Building, 2nd floor, Main St
Office in First National Bank Building, zd flow,
55" Pentlont and bounties collected.
Office over Dentin's Shoe store, Front roam,
ROBERT R. LITTLE,
Office, Columbian Building,! flor,bont
Office over RawHngs' Meat Market,
Office, corner of Third and Main Street,
CATAWISSA, PA. .
B. McKELVY, M. D.,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
Office, North aid Main Street, below Market,
J. C. RUTTER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, North Market Street,
R. WM. M. REBER,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
Office, comer of Rock and Market Streets,
TTONORA A. ROBBINS, M. D.
OfhVn Wi'St First St
Bpeolal attention given to tho oye anil
car and tlio fitting of glasses.
J. BROWN, M. D.,
Office and Residence, Third; Street, West
ill Market, near M. Church,
4J"OfEce houri every afternoon and evening,
Special attention given to the eye and the fitting
l glasses, leitpnoac connection.
R. J. R. EVANS,
Teeathext or Chronic Diseases made
Office and Residence, Third St, below Market,
J. HESS, D. D. S.,
Graduate of the Philadelphia Dental Cellete.
having' opened a dental office in LocXAXtVf
Building, corner ol Main and Coatra streets,
I prepared to receive all patients reqnlriag pro.
Ethex, Gai, avd Local AHanusncs,
administered for the palnleaa extractUn of teeth
fret of charge whta artiidsJ teeth are Inserted.
ALL WOEJC GOAJUUITEXD a Ref ejcxentxd.
yrAINWRIGHT & CO.,
Tes Svrufs, Coffee, Sucur, Molassss,
illCE, SriCES, BlCABB SODA, ETC., ETC
N. E. Comer Second and Arch Sta.
HT0rden will receive prompt attention.
C. SLOAN & BRO.,
Carriages, Bugflei, Phaetons, Sleighs, Platform
Firtt-cUss work always on hand, Rpairin
WPrlcei reduced to suit the timet.
Office, Barton's Building, Main St., tel. Market,
All styles of work done In a superior manner,
and all work warranted as represented.
Teeth Extracted Without Paih,
'f the use of Gaa, and free of charge when
artificial teeth art Inserted.
W To be open all hours during th day,
IE8S . MAI Lilltll
eutUISIS. WLUlJ. Lord.
ZZmTTLZJZ "k.r."I II. 11-11. "'"t
IAS Til 13 GREATEST FACILITIES FOR REPAIRING
si lid JEWELBY.
IN THE COUNTY.
B. F. Hartraan is now wearing
He is only one out of great number? who have been
J. C. WELLS,
Optician, of Bloomstarg.
chtiol lfitq M'lit. IHt.i.
Vrnily l.xiiciiflc, fe5.)0,
Four 1'nnneutH, 8 1 '25,
Admltt fcnd cluiifif i wn? men atvl boy at njr time t fit them for Dutlnei. injr College, Polvteclmle School, for Wert
1'omt or Annapollt. Graauatiiiff cUuti. One of the bet equipped and be managed School. Gnxl uMe, All ttixtentt
Doarti witri me rnncipai. leacnm all men ant Eraduates of
roomt LTCtjr room has In It ft iteain radiator and li Completely
athiettci, etc. uymnaiiurt: special opportunities for apt stmtenu
s. raironi or students mi; select any studies, or a Business, Colltrpe. Preparatory. Electrical, or Civil
nirvs, Physical and Chemical Laboratory. Practical Business Department, Short-hand. Type-writing, ttcN
y supplied with apparatus than any other College-ntting school. Media Academy affords every homcoat
ducatlon. and the betttraininir. I lied ttrices cover -rrrr innt. No eumlnitlnna for a.fmiuln. Mm
illustrated catalogue "t free to any ftddresi. SW1T1I1N C. SlIORTLlLKtli. A.B., A.M. (.Harvard Graduate), Principal
and Proprietor, Media, Pa.
Hrdtrie Vn.t nenr Fhiln.
School Oprnn Kept. 'J.tlh.
rwo rayment., rno nRI S AND YOUNG
r.raduat(Af Courses In C1ast.cs, Uursture, Science . Mathemstlcs,
lachero ami lecturers. Suierior Ituikal Detianment. St hi
backward iipiis individual attention. Small classes.
Aiciv lua iiii'Mnni, new iiiuiiraien L-ircu ar tree.
a i nun siiuki uiix.tr, a m. uianrara uraauate, t -
MRS. 0WI1IUN C.SHOKTUUGi:. JPnnclptls, MedU, Pft
EEFRESENTS THE FOLLOWING
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANIES .
Nortl American, of Philadelphia,
Franklin, " "
Pennsylvania, " "
Yori, cf Pennsylvania,
Hanover, of New York,
Uueens, of Kondon,
North British, of London.
OrnCE on Market Street, above Main, No. $.
(Successor to Freas Brown,)
AGENT AND BROKER,
Bloohsburg Fire & LirE Ins. Agency,
(Established in 1865.)
COMPANIES REPRESENTED :
.tna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, $0,528,188.97
Hattford, of Hartford, 5,288.609.97
Phcenix, of Hartford 4,778,409.1,
Sprinnncld, of Surincfield ,ct)Q,t)01.9
Fire Association, Philadelphia,... 4,512,782.29
Guardian, or Lnmlon 20,toi, 123.71
PhceniK, of London 6,924,563.48
Lanca.hire of Eng., (U.S. Branch) 1,642,105.0c
Royal of Enland. " " 4,853.564.00
Mut. Ben. I.f. In.Co.Neark,N J 4f.379.228.33
Losses promptly adjusted and paid at this office,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT,
Office, Second Floor, COLUMBIAN Building,
Liverpool, London, and Globe, largest in the
World, and ierteitly reliable.
Imperial, of London, $9,658,479.00.
Continental of New York 5,239,981.28
American of Philadelphia 2,401,00,11
Niagara, of New York,., 2,260,479.86
W. R. TU11BS, PROPRIETOR,
Opposite Court House.
J -arge and convenient sample rooms. Bath
rooms, hot and cold water : and all modern
The underelgned has leaaoa thla well-known
house, and 13 prupared to accommodate the public
with all the conveniences ot anrstclasa Hotel.
1BUUBL UUAKK, Proprietor.
R. I. C. BREECE,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
CiT Office over Mover Bros. Drug JStorc.
Residence West Main Street.
8. QAURISON M. D.
PHYSICIAN ANI SUROKON,
Jtfiy Office corner of Centre anil Fourth
St., Illoorasl'iirg, Pa.
V v "
W canvass for the sale of Nursery Stock 1 .Steady
employment guaranteed. SALA1IV AND 15X-
l'BNSESI'AlU. Apply avuunamiiiK , ".
Ghaso Biothors Company, w$"?la
Jan. Mar. llOCUESTKft, N. T.
s Hull, Clluiatn nnd
location in me couin
QHRISTIAN Y. KNAPP.
Home of N. Y. 1 Merchants', (Newark, N.
J. j Clinton, N. Y, I Peoplea' N. Y. j Reading,
Pa. 1 German American Ins. Co., New York.
Greenwich Insurance Co., New York j Jersejr
City Fir Ins. Co., Jersey City, N. J.
These old corporations arc well seasoned by
sge and F1EE tested and have never yet had a
loss settled by any court of law. Their assets
are all Invested in solid iecuiities, are liable
to the haiard of fiee onlr.
Losses 1 ROMFTLY and HONESTLY adjusted
and paid as soon as determined, by CHRIST
IAN F, KNAPP, Sfecial Agent amd Ad.
I Jht people of Columbia county should pa''
Irontie ibe aaency here losses, If any, are set-
Jtlcd au4 4id by tux 01 lueir own huku.
BLOOMSBURG, PA., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1890.
glasses that give him entire
tmt - cui Colleres, 1-ine bulletin.! t alntrle t
furnii-hed. Grounds (ten acres) lor Tout-ball, bae-balL
to advance rapidly. Private tutoring and special drIL
M!ti Eastman's Celebrated School.
Music. Modern Lanuaes. Twelve aecosnptlshe!
an mvan an'i eleven pianos, rrtfiie tutor in lof
uirwunuci4 vj ucn inuiun ra CaKnnai to utui
!S .1 blood disease. Until tne poison is
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dangerous malady. Therefore, the only
effective treatment Is n thorough course
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blood purifiers. Tho sooner you begin
the better ; delay Is dangerous.
" I was troubled with catarrh for over
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began to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A
few bottles of this medicine cured me of
tliis troublesome complaint and com
iiletely restored my health." Jesse M.
Jltigs, Holuiau's Mills, N. C.
"When Ayer's Sarsaparilla was rec
ommended to ino for catarrh, I was In
cllned to doubt its elllcaey. Having
tried so many remedies, with little ben
efit, I had no faith that anything would
euro me. 1 became emaciated from loaa
of appetite and Impaired digestion. I
had nearly lost the sense of smell, and
my system was badly deranged. I was
nbout discouraged, when a friend urged
me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, ond re
ferred me to persons whom it had cured
of catarrh, After taking half a dozen
bottles ot this medicine, I am convinced
that the only sure way of treating this
obstinate disease is through the blood."
Charles II. Maloucy, 113 Jllver at,,
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Man.
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KEYSTONE STATE NEWS.
Items Which Arc of Particular
Interest to Pennsylvanians.
IN THIS AiNl) NEARHY COUNTIES.
ltrl.t M.ntlon of Mattars Wlilch I'.verj-
body Should Know About A Veck'S
Ariihtflnt. anil Crime. Arcurta!r anil
Tiiahkow, l'a., Kau. 10. A crowd of Hun-
garlnnn uud Polos laid slego to an Italian
boarding shanty here yesterday. Htonei
and revolvers were used by the besiegers
and every window In the house, was shatter
d. John Basko appearod ot tho door of the
shanty with a gun and fired two shots alwve
Ibe heads or tue crowd, ue claim., (or thf
purpose of scaring them awny. John Puul,
an innocent siwctator, roeolved a fatal
round. Basko was Arrested.
Fatal Ksnln.lon at Itver.nn.
Kvehhon, Pa., Feb. 1!). An explosion oo-
urrvd In the rolling mill hero last night,
whlcn resulted in the killing 01 John Uoley
almost Instantly. Coley threw cold water
on the live cinders of tlio furnace, nnd the
rnsult was an explosion, In which Coley, a
mau named Ryan mid several others v,ere
Work He. timed
Heauino. Pa,, Feb. 20. A flora shutdown
of two months the woll known Jones nra
mines in Caernarvon township, this county,
resumed opera tlif,with 11 large force of
A Murilercir Cnileht.
Readino, Po., Feb SO Tim fugitive wife
murderer, Henry Lelni, of this city, was
captured uear Robosonln, ten miles from
here. Ue was found in n smoke Jiouse lie
longlng to a farmer. On the approach of
tho ofllccis he attempted suicide by shooting
himself in tho temple. Ills wound is severe,
but not necessarily fatal. He was lodged In
Mrs. Taylor's Funeral.
Kennktt Bquaiie, Feb. 21. All that was
earthly of Mrs. Rebecca Way Taylor,
mother of the late Bayard Taylor, wus laid
to rest In Longwood cemetery, near hero.
The funeral was attended by a large num.
ber of frlonds, among whom were some dis
tinguished persons from n distance. Rev,
Thomas Burrows read tho solemn and Im
pressive burial services of the Episcopal
church at the house and gruve, nnd made
some fitting remarks, as did also Mr. George
fiounod, of Now York.
0. A. It. rro.eiltHtlnn.
CilAtiDERsnrno, Feb. 21. The Women's
Itellnf corps, of Cliambersburg, presented
band.omn flag to llausum post, Urauu
Army of tlin Republic, In the post rooms to
night. Tho prescntntiou speech was made
by A. L. Ijingdon and the Hag was received
by T. 11. Gilland on behalf of the post.
After the ceremonies a banquet was ten
dered by the relief corps to the members of
slys post and a largo number or other guests
Haxlkton, Feb. 21. Anthony McMonlgle
and John Lenxo, an Italian, were wnltlng at
the foot of No. 4 slopv at Audendrted to lie
hoisted to the surface. A loaded car was on
the slope at the time, and In some manner
unknown jumped the track and ran Into tho
pillar. Tho rope was broken and the car
descended to the bottom, killing the two
men instantly, A number or other miner.
had narrow escapes.
Ilarely Usrapeil wltb Their Lives.
Reauino, Pa., Feb. 22. J. P. Bellman's
store, at lJamery vllle, tuts county, wa.
burued nith its contents at midnight. Tb
postolllce and a dwelling in the building,
occupied by Samuel Uebret and family, were
also burned, tlix family barely escaping
wltb their lives.
A rincky Priest UI. parse, a Mob.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Feb. 21. Martin Wll
ker, the "Polish king," who led the church
riot at Plymouth a few few weeks ago, was
brought here and held in 12,000 bail for bis
appearance at the next criminal court. Ou
his return home last evening be and his fao
tlon marched to the residence of ltev. Father
tSzimfoski, formerly of Buffalo, the priest
assigned to the charge by lilshop (J Horn.
and demanded possession of the premises.
This the priest refused, to give. The Poles
became Insulting, and the clergyman a p
pea red at the door of the parsonage and or
dered them to leave auue pouiloi a revolver.
They retreated in contusion
Five Murderer, to Hang-.
Haimusburo, Pa., Feb. 21. Fivs murder
ers will be hanged on Wednesday, April 9,
the death warrants having been Issued by
Governor Beaver. Tbe doomed men are-
William II. Bartholomew, Northampton
county; Zachary Taylor, Greous oouuty
William II. Smith, Allegheny county;
Charles Carter, Cambria county, and Al
fred Andrews, Center county.
Tried to Thaw Out Uynamlte.
GnEKNsnuno, Pa., Feb 24. At Adams
burg William Stewart was instantly killed,
bis wife and two children seriously Injured
and William Crock and William Htemets
perhaps fatally injured. Btowart placed
froien stick of dyuauiitv In the kitche
stove oven to tuaw it out. A terriuc uiiiio
slon occurred, blowing tbe kitchen to pieces
and scattering fragments or the shattered
stove In all directions, with tbe abovo result.
A Well Known Teacher Killed.
PlTTSBURO, Feb. 24. Professor Isaac N.
Stevenson, one of the oldest school princi
pals of this city, and well known through
out the state, was struck by a passenger
train ou the Baltimore and Ohio railroad at
Hatlewood and Instantly killed. His body
was horribly mangled.
Sudden Dealli of I'ltclier Illalr,
PlTTSBURO, Feb. 24. William T. Blair,
the nell known baseball pitcher recently
engagfd by the National Leagus club, died
at tbe home ot his pirents In this city.
Blair was 25 years of uge and played ball
for tbe past eight years. Two weeks ego
he was strclken with lufluenr.alwbicb turned
into pneumonia and typhoid fever, causiug
Wife Murderer Lebo. Effort Surce.lful,
Readino, Pa., Feb. 24. Henry Lebo, the
wife murderer, died in jail Saturday night
from the effects of tbe bullet wound In bis
head, which be inflicted when captured.
This makes tbe tbird death in the tragedy.
Mrs Lebo 1 fath.r, Daniel Fllber, having
dropped dead when be board of the shooting
of bis daughter.
The Dank Will Ilr.um. Ilu.lne.s
Lancaster, l'a., Feb. 24. Tb. stockhold
ers of tbe Lincoln National bank, from
'blch Cashier Bard stole 142.000, h.ld a
meeting and decided tc restore tbs capita)
of the bank aud return business
A Mlnl.ter Wants Uaiilace.
Hauburo, Feb 24. Rev Oscar P Miller,
rbo narronly escaped death bv being
tbrowu over a fifteen foot blgb bridge Into
a stream of water, with bit horn and buggy,
while on his way to fill an engagement, will
ask the town council to reimburse him for
damages suitalned. Ills bead mi badly cut
ana an arm ana leg pruned
Condensed llepart of 1'roeeedlngs In Sesv
ate and Uouse.
Washinotox, Fab. 20. Arguments befon
the bouse were commenced today by repre
sentatives of the various cities ambitious tc
secure the World's falrot 1(193. Mr. Flower,
of New York, opened the ball for New
York, and was followed by Messrs. Cum
mlngs, Tracy and others, Messrs. Ilitt and
Adams, ot Illinois, advocated Chloago'i
claims, and Washington and St. Louis were
well represented. Opposition to any fair
whatever was manifested on the partol
Washington, Feb. 21. The exposition
question was warmly debated by the mem
bers of tbe bouse.
There was considerable opposition shown
toward holding a fair at all by a number ol
members, among tbem Mills, of Texas
Morse, of Massachusetts; Peters, of Kansas.
Mr, Mills said an Immense amount ol
business that did not belong to congress bad
been forced upon the representatives of tbi
people. The government bad nothing to dc
with a World's fair. It was a state pro
position. Mr, Mills said that Columbut
bad never seen North America; he never
knew there was such a continent as North
America, lie bad lsft Spain to bunt In
dians; landed at Ban Salvador and goni
back home again. He had come a second, a
third and a fonrth time, and gone back
home without aver knowing of tb existence
of the country that wanted to honor bun.
t'n sir muni I bn tie ktfliL p.. JSjiWfl
proposition. Since 1870 these fairs" had been
Increasing, and If they kept on Increasing
helped by government appropriations, the
people would finally break down under tbe
burden of taxation, lliese fairs could be
held without any help from the govern
ment. If the city, ot Chicago or the city
of New York, Washington or Bt. Louli
wanted a fair its business men could raise
the necessary money, He thought the bill
would pass, and It would bo charged up to
patriotism and to Columbus. Ho supposed
that he would have to cast bis vote for
some particular site, and that vote would be
cast lor Hu IjOuIs. When the question of
passing the bill came up he would cast his
vote against the proposition like a little
Mr. Splnola (N. Y.) pledged his city to
refrain from asking a dollar from tho gov
ernment. He did not approve of the sec
tion of the bill appropriating tl,600,000,and
would vote against It. He dilated upon the
grandeur of New York's financial record;
and, speaking of Its property, said that Its
assessed value equaled that of three states
ot the Union. Mr. Wallace IN. Y.) In ad
vocating New York city said: "We have
the money. We have the site; give us the
fair and we will promise you an exposition
of which every American wilt be proud."
Air. names (fl. .) pleaded earnestly for
New York. A small alTalr, he said, such as
a National Republican convention overtaxed
Chlcngo's accommodations In 1883.
A8IIIN0T0N, Feb. 21, A memorial
signed by about thirty leading bank
ers and merchants of Wall, Broad
way and Nassau streets, New ork city,
was presented in tho senate and house to-day
protesting ngalnst the removal ot the
custom house in that city to Bowling Green,
and against the erection of a custom house
and appraisers' stores on tho Bowling
Green site. The petitioners urge congress
to amend the act of September, ISbS, so ne
to provide merely for the erection of ap
praisers' stores, and that tho secretary of
the treasury be directed to select a site for
tbe stores that will be of easy access to the
Importers and facilitate their business.
August Belmont & Co., Brown Brothers
& Co., Wlnslow Lanier & Co. and J. W.
Heligman & Co, head tbe list of signers to
Washington. Feb. 25. The senate today
bad another animated discussion of tbe
charge that Mr. Call had Interpolated re
marks lu the ofilcial report of tbe proceed
ings of the senato. The resolution offered
by Mr. Chandler censuring Mr, Call was
taken up and Mr. Sherman moved Its refer
ence to tho committee on privileges and
Mr. Call stated, as a matter of personal
privllcgo, that The Washington Post con
tained tin article this morning with head
lines: "Call's Bitter Remarks," "lie Slipped
a Paragraph Into Tho Congressional Rec
ord." That, Mr. Call said, was a fnlsehood.
He had slipped into The Congressional Rec
ord nothing that bad not been in substance
uttered on the floor of the senate. He gave
notice to the senator from New Hampshire,
Tho had arraigned him by the resolution,
that he (Mr. Call) would arraign him (Mr,
Chandler) before the senate, and would de
mand un Investigation by tho commlttco
for making an accusation that was untrue.
He (Mr. Call) would convict the senator
on evidence of his own that he did hear and
know that ho (Mr. Call) had uttered on the
floor of tbe senate substantially the whole
ot the charge contained in the paragraph.
Ho would uot ask the censure by tbe senato
of the senator from New Hampshire, but be
would leave him to the just judgment of
public opinion throughout the country for
having beard his (Mr. Call's) remarks and
having had neither tho courage nor tbe
manhood to resent them,
Mr. Sherman declared that tbe rules ot
the senate had just been violated by tbe
senator from Florida In as gross a manner
as he hud ever witnessed. When tbe senate
of the United States came to such a condi
tion that tbe charge of cowardice could be
applied to a senator, and that a senator
could be charged with stating a thing
falsely, it seemed to him that the senate wa
receding from the dignity which had dis
tinguished It from the foundation of the
Mr. Call If I have violated any rule of
the senate by any observations which I have
made today or formerly, I withdrew tbem,
and I apologize to tho senate.
Mr. Chandler 1 will not reply to the gen
tleman from Florida this morning in unpar
liamentary language. The complaint which
I made was that tbe senator bad Inserted lu
his remarks words which be had not uttered.
The senator wrote language in the report ac
cusing me of all the crimes in tbe decalogue,
and he has now, this morning, charged mo
with being a coward for uot replying to thut
which I did not hear, and to that which he
afterward wrote In The Record report.
When tbe senate has decided on this stage
what language It Is parliamentary to use I
will take occasion to defend myself from all
his imputations. Mr. Sherman's motion tu
refer the resolution to tbe committee.' ou
privileges and elections was agreed to.
Tho sonate then passed tho bill granting a
pension of 100 a month to the widow of
Maj. Gen. Judson Kil;iatrlck.
Horace Greeley's Sister J)eait.
Cory, Pa., Feb. aj. Mrs. Lovell Grceloy,
a sister of the lato Horuce Greeley, died nt
her homo here, on the Greeley farm, Monday
night, aged 75 years. About twenty-fivo
years ago, while on a visit to this section,
Horace Ureeley Invested In considerable
laud, and among bis purchases was a farm
at Spring Creek, to which his sister and her
husband, who was her cousin, and family
removed. Her husband died some years ago,
and she with her children have lived there
since. Mrs. Greeley had been afflicted for
several years with paralysis.
Hon. William SI. 1'u.t .Sued.
BUbQUEHANNA, Pa., Feb. 2d. James E.
Carinult, u large land owner ot Moutrou-,
and ex district attorney of Susquehanna,
who recently made on assignment, has sued
Hon. William M. Poet, of Montrose, fir
damages amounting to $50,000. Tbe suit Is
understood to grow out ot Mr. Carinalt's
trusteeship of sn estate in which Mr. Post
was auditor, on exceptions to the tlual ac
counting of the pros cutor, Mr, Post Is it
widely known lawyer, and bos been a Dem
ocratic candidate for tho state senato.
He Lost Father, Mother and Sweetheart.
New Haven, Conn., Feb. 2d. Rev. Frank
Kabler, of Boutblngton, Conn., who com
mitted suicide near Allentown, l'a., Hun
day, was educated at the University of Penn
sylvania and at Yale. While at Yale be lost
by death his father and mother and tbe
young lady to whom he was engaged to be
married. He suffered from melancholy,
and was advised by his physician to take a
long rest. He was about returning from a
visit to Pennsylvania at the time of tbo
More Indictment. Found.
New York, Feb. 20. Tho graud jury
found two indictments against Cashier Van
Zandt, ot the Lenox Hill bank, oue for for
gery and theothor for perjury in connection
with tha bank wrecking. Van Zandt bus
been arrested, and was placed under $5,0(0
ball by Judge Martlne. Mr. Van Zandt
failed to securo a bondsman and was taken
to the tombs. Ex-President Wallack has
also been iudlcted for perjury. Ho will be
called on for more ball on this account.
Ttreuty-Uve Year, fur liurglary,
Boston, Feb, 20. William Kelly pleaded
guilty of robbing Keene's jewelry story aud
was sentenced to twenty-five years'imprison
menu He had already served two terms in
the state prison, and was thus under the ban
ot the habitual cii-llnul ucU This Is tho
first sentence under tbe act In this country,
Defaulter and Kluper,
Atlanta, Feb. 20, There is a sensation
here over tbe disappearance of Thomas If,
McKlnuou, a prominent renting agent, who
Is short several thousand dollars In bis ac
counts. It is asserted that McKinnon lef
with a woman nth whom ho has been In
timate, leaVlng bis wlte ond family behind.
Hard and Hull Held for 'Trial.
Lanoahter, Pa., Feb. 84 Cashier Bard,
of tbe Lincoln National bank, and Hull, his
accessory, charged with robbing the bank of
142,000, have been held in 115,000 bail for
A Keystone l.uuili.r failure.
OARUSI.E, l'a., Feb. VM.-U.nry IL Mosser,
lumber dealer at New Cumberland, has
failed. J udgmenta for (45,000 wars entered
CHICAGO WINS THE DAY.
She Carries the House on the
CIIIOAOO 157 AND NEW YORK 107.
Details or the (treat Mettle That l'rnveil
a Waterloo for the New York Legion..
A Unanimous Itesotiitlnn Fa. sett (living
the Exposition to the Windy City.
Washington, Feb. 25. Contrary to gen
eral expectation tho World's fair fight In
the houso was wound up at a late hour
yesterday afternoon and resulted In a big
victory for Chicago. That city was declared
winner on the eighth ballot, which resulted
New York .107
Bt. Louis 25
Washington , 18
Necessary to a choice. 154
Unanimously (liven the Fnlr.
At the announcement ot the eighth ballot
the friends of Chicago made the walls of tho .
houso re-echo with their cries of: victory. A
motion was then mado and carried unani
mously giving tho exposition to Chicago.
The Story or the llattle.
After tho reading of tho Journal Mr. Roy
burn, of Pennsylvania, tho successor of the
lnte William D. Kelley. was sworn in. The
house then proceeded to ballot u;ion the se
lection of a sito for the World's fair.
Whon Speaker Reed rapped for order at
noon there were about SOU representatives
on the floor. The gnllerles wero crowded
with people waiting to witness the struggle
between the adherents of tho rival cltlos on
the floor. Chauncoy M. Depew and ex
Becrotary W. C. Whitney and others from
Now York city, Mayor Cregler, of Chicago;
Governor Francis, of Missouri, and a host
of representative men from these cities, and
many Washington men, members of the
original board of promotion, were in the
galleries or corridors Interested nnd anxious
spectators. The clerk of the house read the
special order, prescribing tbe method of vot
ing on the site question, and reuuirlug soma
one place to have a majority of the votes
The Flr.t llallot.
Mr. Blount (Ua.) wanted to know If thero
would bo an opportunity offered to pass
upon the question as to whether there should
be a fair before -selecting n site. Sneaker
Reed replied that under the special order
thero could not be, and directed the clerk to
call the roll for the first ballot, which re
sulted: Chicago, 113; New York, 72: St
Louis, 61; Washington, 50, nnd one vote for
Cumberland Gap, cast by Mr. Skinner (N, C).
Six More llallot..
The result of tho first vote was very grati
fying to the friends of Chicago, both on and
off tbe floor. After the announcement by
the speaker of tho result another roll call
was ordered, which resulted: Chicago. 131:
New York, 83; St. Louis, 59; Washington,
40, and Cumberland Gap bad disappeared as
Ou the second ballot New York gained 10
votes and Chicago 8; St. Louis lost 2, and
tv asblngton 8, as follows: Chicago, 123; New
York, 82; St Louis, 59; Washington, 48.
Whole number of votes cast, 309. Necessary
to a choice, 155.
the third developed 306 votes, as follows:
Chicago, 127; New York. 02: St Louis. 53:
ibe fourth ballot resulted: Chicago. 134:
New York, 95; St Louis, 48; Washington.
29. Necessary to a choice, 154.
The fifth ballot showed a total of 312: New
York gained 15 votes, while Chicago added
but G to her column. Bt Louis moannbilo
fell off 10 votes and Washington 5. Tho
fifth ballot showed: Chicago, 140; New York,
110: Bt Louis, 33; Washington, 24. Neces
sary to a choice, 157.
All was excitement as tbe roll call for tha
sixtn ballot began, iho total vote was
again 312, of which Chicago received 149;
New York, 116; St. Louis, 28, and Washing
The New 1 ork peoplo felt discouraged at
their small gain. Tbe reading of the vote
was demanded to gain tlino for consultation.
and just as the seventh roll call was begun
Wilson (W. Va.) moved to take a recess
until 11 o'clock the following day. Tho
Chlcngoaus raised points of order and insist
ed the motion came too late, but Speaker
ueeu declared ne had recognized Wilson lu
time. Wilson then demanded the yeas and
nays and tuey were ordered.
1 hero was much excitement at this time.
It was half-past 4, and tho New York meu
were urging a recess for the purpose, It was
rumored, of transferring their strength and
that ot at iouis over night to Washington.
The yea and nay vote showed 1S8 in favor
ot and 174 opposed to a recess. "Call tho
roll," came from tho Cbicagoans, aud tbo
seventh ballot was taken.
Three hundred and eleven votes were cast
154 for Chicago, 112 for New York, 27 for
St Louis nnd 17 for Washington. Chicago
was Just two votes sport or a majority.
Mason (111.) dragged Reyburn. tbo new mem
ber from Pennsylvania, forward, and he said
he wanted to change bis vote aud he did w.
It was expected this would lead to a stam-
ede to Cblcugo, but It did not.
The Vote nit tile F.lglitli.
Tbe vote in detail on tbo eighth and decid
ing ballot was as follows:
The members not mentioned lu tbe vote
lielow, voted for Chlcaco on tbe eiehth
Tor New York: Andrew. Baker. Bank-
tieau, uanks, Harms, Ueckwith. lielden.
Bergen, llingbnm, Blanchurd, Blount, Boat
ner, Breckinridge of Arkansas, Browne of
Virginia. Urunner and liuchanan of New
Jersey. Buchauon of Vlrulnla. Buckalew.
uuuu, uumpuoii, uuudler 01 Ueorgla, Carl
ton, Cate, Clancy, Clarko of Alabama, Cle
ments, covert, conies. Crisp. Cummins
Delano, Dibble, Dlngley, Dunpby, Edmunds,
Elliott, Fnrqubar, Fitch, Flood, Flower,
Fowler, Geisseuhalner, Grimes, Harmer,
Henderson of North Carolina, Herbert,
iverr 01 Pennsylvania, Kelcnam, Knapp,
Luldlaw, Lansing, Lehlbach, lister of
Georgia, Lodge, Magner, Malsb, Martin of
lexas, JdcAdoo, SlcCurtby, SIct'l uiny,
McMilllu, McRue, Mile, Moflltt, I o of
New Hampshire, Moore of Texas, Mr liler,
Nute, O'Neill of Penneylvanla, Fuyuef Peel,
r enuiugiou, 1 erry, fierce, 1'rlce, yuuekeu
bush, Quion, Raines, Reilly, Richardson,
Robertson, Rogers, Rowland. Russell. San-
ford, Bawyer, Sherman, BImonds, Bplnola,
ntauienocker, stivers. Tillman. Trucev.
Tucker, Turner of Georgia, Turner of New
York, enable, Wallace, of New York,
Washington, Wheeler of Alabama. Wilcox.
Wiley, Wilkinson, Wise, Wright, Yardley,
Dpeaser ueeu. lotai, 1U7.
For St Louis; Bland, Breckinridge of
lieuiucky, caruth, Catchlugs, Cochrane,
Dockery, Ellis, Enloe, Frank, Goodnight,
natch, Heard, Kluiey, Mansur. Mills.
Montgomery, Neidrlnghaus, Norton, O'Neal
ot Indiana, Stockdale, Stone of Kentucky.
Btone of Missouri, Tarsney, Walker of Mis
souri, Wilson of Missouri. Total, 25.
For Washington: Bowden, Browne of Vir
ginia, Compton, De Haven, lilbson, Hemp-
nm, uooker, Lester of Virginia, Mo-
Comas, O'Ferrall, Rusk, Skinner, Stewart
of Ueorgla, Stewart of lexas, Btockbrldge,
Stump, wiuon 01 (vest Virginia. Total, 18.
The Change, on the Eighth.
The changes on tbe eighth and last ballot
were: Abbott, from Bt. Louis to Chicago;
Catcblngs, from Chicago to St. Louis; Cobb,
from St, Louis to New York; Euloe, from
new York to m, lxui; Hare, from Bt
Louis to Chicago; Hemphill, from New
York to Washington; Reilly, from Wash
ington to New York; Skinner, from New
York to n asblngton; Wallace of Massa
chusetts, from New York to Chicago.
When the speaker announced tbe result
and a victory for Chicago, the Cblcagoaus
shouted anil cheered, 'i be house was In on
uproar, aud in the midst of It at 0 p, m. ad-
The News lu New Y'ork.
New York, Feb. 25, There was much
regret expressed by citizens of New York
when it became kuowu that tbe house of
representatives had voted to have the
World's fair located at Chicago. The re
sult was attributed by many to political
quarrels in tuis state, and by others to the
efforts of tbo railroads oenterlug at Chicago
to secure the fair for that place.
Mr, Thomas U Piatt was soeii at the Fifth
Avenue boUl. He aaldi "I am very much
disappointed, with tha vote at WashUutou.
VOL. 25, NO. 9-
as 1 had hoped that JHew York Would secure
the World's fnlr. I do not give up hope yet,
ns there is a possibility of tbe senato deciding
to give tbo fnlr to New York, bollevlng ns I
do that tho majority of that body Is In favor
of Now York,"
He Tried to Help New York.
To n statement that it bad been gonerally
thought that he opposed the fair being held
In New York and that he went to Washing
ton to achieve such a result, he saldi
"I vonturo to ny that any such remark
as to my visit to Washington cam from a
Democratic source. My visit was on bust
ness of n commercial nature, but while thero
I spent some time among the Republican
members trying to secure votes for New
York, and I know that I got votes that
would otherwise, have gone to Chicago. It
Is not true that I have opposed tho fair at
any time, but, on the contrary, have done
all 1 could to bring it here."
The 1802 Uue.tlnn.
Mr. Piatt further said ho did not think the
Republlcon party feared having the fair
hero tn 1S92 because of Its being a presiden
tial year, and gave as bis reason for so think
ing that the two-third amendment to tbe
bill enacted at Albany precluded any possi
ble advantage to any political party. He
Dei ievea tuo result nt W ashington was duo
to tho massing of southern Democratic con
gressmen In favor of Bt. Louts and Chicago.
A Matue for ' Tlppecano " Harrison.
Wasiiinoto.v, Feb. 20. Tho house com-
mltteo bn tho llbrnrv hns authorized n.
f ovorable report on the bill- Introduced In
tho house by Mr. Caldwell, appropriating
$25,000 for tho erection of a monument to
tho late President William Henry Harrison,
at North Bond, O. A report accompanying
the bill states that the distinguished public,
services of Mr. Harrison, through a number
of the most trying years in tho early history
of this country, and notably his military
achievements, bis prominence and ability as
a statesman in the capacity of governor of
inutan territory, member of congress, stato
senator and president of tho United States,
renders a monument necessary as a tributo to
nis memory, and the committee bollevethat
there is no moro appropriate place than-tho
locality to which ho retirod after active
service and in winch his remains are in
tered, aud tbo committee recommend tbo
passage of the bill.
A Curious Contract Labor Question.
Washington, Feb. 20. Andrew A. Lewis.
of Christ Street church, Lewi6burg, Pa., has
asked the treasury department a curious
question, In which the scope of tho alieu
contract labor law Is involved. A resident
of LewisbuxE nnd a citizen of the United
Btates removed to Canada with his family
some yoars ago and took the oath of olle
gianco to the queen. Among tho momb:rs
of his family was a boy who has sinoe be
come a minister, and his father's old friends
ot Lowisburg desire to coll tho son ond min
ister to Christ church, and ask tho secretarv
of the treasury whether, if ho comts, as ho
win, witu a stipulated salary per year, it
win do u violation 01 law. It Is probable
that tho young minister will have to remain
LAID IN THE TOMB.
Funernl Services ttl the Late John Jacob
New York, Feb. 25. The funernl services
of tho late John Jacob Astor, who died Feb.
22, were held at 10 a. in. today at Trinity
chupel on 1 wenty-
flfth street, be
and bixth avenua.
Dr. Morgan D I x
and Rev. Dr. C.
Swope, rector o f
the chapel olllel-
ated. Tho music
was an Interesting
feature of the cere
monies. The inter
ment occurred i n
the Astor plot in
at lentnnvenueanduno Hundred and Mtty
thlrd street Only the Immediate relatives
of the dead man followed the remains to tho
cemetery, and there wero no services at tho
houso or at the grave.
The pnll bearers were: Georeo L. Bchuv-
ler, A. Grade King, Col. E. II. Wright.
Bidney w ebster, John Jay. Richard King.
U. Houthmnya and J. Jj. Cadwalader.
They wero all friends of the family, and
were closely connected with Mr, Astor dur
ing bis life. Mr. Soutbmayd was counsel
for Mr. Astor and tor his father before
There wero only ten carriages In the pro
cession which were occupied as follows:
First carriage Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Astor.
Second carriage Mr. J. J. Astor "aud Miss
Zela Glbbes. Tbird carriage Mr. and Mis.
J. R. Roosevelt Fourth carriage Mr. and
Mrs. J. Coleman Drayton. Fifth carriage
Mr. and Mrs. Orme Wilson. Sixth carriage
Mmo. de Stuers nnd Mr. Carey. Seventh
carriage Messrs. Armstrong. Eighth car
riageMessrs. Paul. Ninth and Tenth car
riages family servants.
Interest tu tbe testamentary dispositions of
Gotham's great millionaires is considerably
uiscountea uy the met, recalled In legal
ciicles, that about five years ago John Jacob
Astor made a deed of gift of bis eutlre es
tate, reul und liersonal, to bis only son. Will
lam w. Astor, reserving only a lire annuity
of $1,WX),000 for himself. It was Mr. Astor's
lutoiitiun at the time to seek tbe rest and
recreation this princely income would afford
mm, but tho business hubit was too strong
within him. Ho spent tbe creatcr nart of
his iiiiomo in real estate Investment, made
in his (oil's name. The residue of the estate
left alter this disposition of his wealth will,
11 is raw, io iicqueatued entirely to charita
ble ana religious ends.
iho deceased was worth probably $200.-
Washington, Feb. 2a The president has
sent to tbe senate the following nominations:
Harold M. bewail,
of Maine, to bo con
sul general ot the
United States at
Apia. Mr, Bewail
is tbo young Demo
crat vbo occupied
the same olllce un
der the late admin
istration, but who
Incurred the dis
pleasure ot Secre
tary ilayard be
cause of his vlgor
o us attemnts to
of Americans. It "
Is understood that harold m. beweli.
he was called home at the demand ot Bis
marck, who thought he knew too much con
cerning tbo German conspiracies to grub
Other nominations wero as follows: To 1m
consuls of the United States: Henry W. An
drews, of Ohio, at Hankow; John Fowler,
of Massachusetts, at Nlngpo; Willlbm II.
McCrecry, of Michigan, at Valparaiso; John
Steel Tnolls, of Pennsylvania, at Naples.
uuaries ti. men, to bo collector ot In
ternal revenue Twenty-eighth district of
Tbo senato in executive session has con
tinued the nomination of Postmaster Henry
S. Hebard, at Rochester, N, Y.
Oeorge Clark Hungeri,
Waynesbuhg, Pa,, Feb. 20 Ueorge
Clark, who was recently refused further re
spite by Governor Beaver, was hanged here
today ror the murder of Drover McCauso
laud. Clark was very uervous, but met his
fato with comparative calmness and forti
tude. The parting between tbo murderer
and bis wife was very affecting. Clark's
father was not presout, having refused to
come, Clark was con v kited on circumstan
tial evidence, nnd tho peoplo were about
evenly divided as to bis guilt. Sheriff Good
win, fearing trouble, telegraphed Governor
Beaver to order out a comi-nny of National
Guard ot Pennsylvania to guard the jail.
"Andel.oti'. 111. lory" Dropped,
Boston, Feb. 20. The school iward last
night, by a vote of 18 to'', dropped "Ander
son's History" from the list of text IvoLa
mis is tbe book which has caused so much
trouble lu city o!ltlcs for tho past two
years, on account of ls references to re
ligious matters, li. I Beaver was re-elected
SUierluUndent ot schools.
The Sultan of SJirtzl'rnr is iletil.
iliuth was caused by euu Uroku.
J. 1. ABTOR.
The World's News Gleaned,
Sifted and Condensed.)
FJtKSH TIl'S rllOM THK WIRES.
What Is Going on of Interest That fi
Worth Heading The Wheat of Hi.
World's New. Winnowed from a Whole
Bamuel D, Welghman and Nelson Bwnrtc,
two notorious characters, have confessed to
tne murder of limory Thayer In Livingston
county, N. Y Oct 27, lb85.
Louis Violet, anelectrlcan, 22 years of age.
and John Callahan, a cloth cutter, 30 yean
of age, both of New York, were struck by a
west bound freight train near Marlon, Si, J,
Violet was Instantly killed. Callahan had
his right leg cut off below the knee.
The following fourth class postmasters
have been nppolnted In New York state: A.
A. Alcuoy, Arietta; B. V. Fowler, Carltoni
O. IL McArtney, Fort Covington; a Sober
ping, Ulndsburg; C. Penny, New Center-
vllle; r. N, Denson, lleynoldsville; A. Harts
born, West Batavia; J. H. Williams, Whit.
A. O. Leonard & Co., boot and shoe man.
utacturera of Chicago, have assigned, with
liabilities given at $100,000.
The old First Congregational church al
Westfield, Mass.. now occupied bv II. A.
Parsons as a carriage factory, was burned
wltb Its contents. Loss about $15,000: ne
Senator Wert's reform bill has been pre
pared, and will be considered at length by
the' joint legislative committee ot the New
Many jokers were found In tho First pre
cinct of tho Fifth assembly district of Hud
son county, N, J. In this precinct 104
little jokers made their appearance and all
of them bore McDonald's name. An error
of fifty In tbe total votes cast for McDonald
was discovered against him. The total lost
to McDonald In the entire district Is only
nine, even with the little Jokers thrown out
The case of John Snalth against the state
of New York for the balance duo upon the
assembly celling ot $39,080.91 has coma up
before tho board of claims at Albany, N. Y.
Four grave robbers were surprised at New
Albany, Ind. The party consisted of three
Loulsvillo physicians Dr, J. T, Blackburn,
Dr. W. E. Grant and another, whoso name
Is unknown and three colored assistants.
George Brown, a negro, was shot Three of
the party were captured.
It Is reported that the case of young Abra
ham Lincoln Is hopeless, and that be will die.
The loss of life by the Prescott (A. T.) flood
will reach fifty or sixty.
At a convention of the Clan-na-Gael Cami
20 was expelled for Its connection with th
Misses Mary and Carrie Tyler, of Newark.
N. J., were killed in a runaway.
According to a dispatch received at th
New York Consolidated Exchange a new oil
well yielding nn output of 100 barrels nc
hour has been stnick in tbe vicinity of Shef
The special term of tho supreme court al
New York has decided that the Veteran ns
sociatlon of the Seventh regiment cannot
compel the officers of the regiment to allow
the association the use of a room in the regt.
mental armory. Tbe court holds that the
building can be used only for the armory
and drill purposes of tho regiment
A Pennsylvania commission has been ap
pointed, headed by Wayno MocVeagh, M
act with a similar commission appointed by
ueiaware, to re-survey the boundary be.
tween Pennsylvania and Delaware.
The Jury in tho case of Mrs. Dr. Marv
Amanda Dixon Jones, ot Brooklyn, charged
witn manslaughter in oaualng the, death of
Mrs. Ida L. Hunt rendered a verdict of not
Tbe case of the people of tbo state ot New
York against Thomas Cleary, ox-alderman,
oharged with bribery, has been discontinued.
ine body 01 a man round near Allentown.
Pa,, with a bullet hole in the head has been
Identified as that of the Rev. Frank Kahler,
formerly pastor of tbe Congregational
church at Boutblngton, Conn., and lately
living at Mlllersburg, Dauphin county, Pa.
uovcrnor Abbett, of New Jorsey, reap
pointed Abram D. Campbell as prosecutor
of Bergen county and tbe senato In executive
session confirmed the nomination made last
week of Thomas B. Henry as judge of tha
Second district court in Newark.
The sixteen women crusaders who were
tried at Trenton, Ma, for wrecking a Baloon
were each lined $3 ond costs. They have all
At Adamsburg, Pa., William Stewart waa
killed while thawing out a stick of dyna
mite. His wife, two children and two
friends wero seriously injured.
Professor Isaac N. Stevenson, of Pitts
burg, was struck by a train and killed at
John F. Seymour, brother of Hon. Hora
tio Seymour, died ot Utica, N. Y., aged 76
Charles Matbo. a notary nubile ot Carl-
stadt, N. J., has returned his commission to
Governor Abbett Matbe has confessed to
the embezzlement of $10,000 ot public funds.
He was the treasurer of tbo village for sev
Tbe queen has commissioned tho artist
Angeli to paint her picture for tho Prussian
regiment of which she is honorary coni
In pursuance of a recommendation from
tho legislature Governor Hill has offered a
reward of $1,000 for tbe arrest and convic
tion of the murderer of Mrs. Julia Ann
Floyd at Westport, N. Y., Feb. 7.
The Yale Alumni association has re.
elected Hon. Chauncey M. Depew president
the roof of the Grand Opera house at
Philadelphia, weighing 12J tons, fell In Feb.
21, injuring six men.
Emily Borst, a babe, was lett In charge ot
her little brother Walter, at 1,448 Park
avenue, New York. Walter found a box
of matches, and while playing with them
accidentally set fire to the babe's clothing,
burning the babe to death.
It Is said that Count Roman Ivanovltch
de Llppuiau Zubof, who has been lionized
by Boston's elite, is an Imposter. He was a
protege of AW D. Howells, tho novolist
The Navassa rioters convicted of murder
George T. Key, Henry Jones and Edward
Bmlth wero sentenced to be hanged on
March 28. The fourteen other men con
victed ot manslaughter were sentenced to
Imprisonment In tho Albany (N. Y.) peni
tentiary ranging from two to ten years.
The man J. B. Kelly, arrested InBt. Louts
on suspicion of having beon connected with
tbe crouln murder, has been released from
custody, Messrs. Hatfield and Throckmor
ton could not Identify him as the man "J,
It was learned that Mrs. Llpplncott, the
New Jersey forger, had probably lost $150,.
000 in stock gambling in Philadelphia, No
trace ot her whereabouts has yet been dis
Dlitllel Attorney Aleiauder'. M'lf. D.ad.
Buffalo, Feb '.'5 Alice C., wf of Col.
D. S. Alexander, United Slates district at.
torney, died here. Mrs. Alexander bad
been an Invalid for a number of years She
was born at Defiance, O., aud was In her
Hunk Wrecker Fell IteleASed.
New York, Feb. 2 1. Broker George II.
Pell, the alleged bank wrecker, has secured
ball, and waa released from jail. His bonds
men are bis brother Charles, T. I. Meyer,
president of the Meyer Lighterage com
jwny, and Theodore hqulro. Simmons was
also released on liail.
New Yobs, Feb. S5.-FI.OUH-Moderately act
ive, with prices unchanged! Hue, $I.Wa'.'.3."; su
lierflue, f-'JiS-i-O; city mill extra, ft V5Q4.43 for
West Indies: Minnesota extra, f -MS&3.I0.
WiKAT Ojsined firm al He ad atice and fur.
ther advanced Ho. more in the early trading,
Tbe market then became dull aud so remained;
receipts, 40.UO bushels; shipments, 40,412 bush,
els; No. '4 red winter, f)iftb?no., cash; do.,
March. t&Jic; do., May, Mo.; do., June, 85to.
COKNOieneU weak at He. decline, hut recov
ered this later, and at noon was dull but firm;
receipts, S77,V00 bushels; shtpmeuts, 147,160 bush
els; No, it mixed, &?4Q&Uc- cash; do., March,
SSc.; do., April, 3Cc.; do., May, 8ljo.
OATti-Qulet; receipts, 103,000 bushels; ship
meuts, U04,!I7H bushels; No. 2 mixed, 27o. cash;
do., March, x7c; do., April, iiic; do., Usy,
1'UIIK-Qulet) mess, $l0.73TMI.&0fornew,
I.AUIl-yuiet; March, IS.08, April, JO. 16.
MOI.AHbUS-i'alrly active and tinner; 50 test,
TUItrOTlSF. -Pull and easier at (IQIIlJe,
UOKIN-Qulet; ttratued to good, $I.UI.V7H.
FUE10HT8 Irregular aud easy; grain to Ant- ,
BUTTKIt Flue gi ades firm ; otherw Ise the mar
ket Is dull and easy; western creamery, fancy, SO
ClIKESE-FIrm, with fair demand; Ohio flat,
KUUS-Heavy aud lower; state, fresh, ICQ
1614c. ; western, da , Cc.
BUOAlt- Keiined steady; cut loaf ani) crushed.
iHc; granulaled, 6MB0.; mold A, 0 7ltx
! TALLOW lo fair request and firm; primarily,
COVTUB Klroni and active; fair ltlo ranroes.
Kllraln ami CorbctV to maitucU t
ui '.her fight at New Orleans.