WILLIAM J. AU'KN,
.TTORNEY AT LAW
Office ever rirstSstlons.1 bm.
SAMUEL P. WHKKLBK,
TT0RNY & COUIjSELOH AT I-AW
GRKEN k OILBEKT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
. William B OUtrl,
OT9pciil ittsntioa (trren lo Urmia'tr" ati
jFtoi-onioLKVKe. noons 7 asd Sovr..
ntTT WATTOMAl, HAHK.
OMcial Pnpsr nt Chr :lte -
,. shs .nr Mill-nine !-.! J
itap.r PnbiltlinHn Nnnlh rn III -
'jll.N U. UllKKLV. KdU r anil
TKHM8 OKTMC UAll. 'ULI.Kr
)nt week, by osrrler,.. t
)ne year by carrier, In aJaiiv:i
)ne yestr by carrier It not jnM to
Jd month, by mail
TUC DOLLAB WEEKLY HIJI. .fl
John II. Oberly has reduced the it nt;
Ion prloe of the Whkbly Caiiio Mri
o One Doltsr per annum, mar 'iir
inptppr pa'iit'w I In i '
He-nllnfj mmlfr tin rn
St. Louis will not fju.ir nti
the yellow fojar. Her due
arco as to whether the disca-e
HON. GeoHQE W. liUIINs. tti.
ator front ,A da uib couuty, ha r
his' oflice nhtl Gov. Bevcridg
dcrcd a special election lo fill
cancy on the -1th of November.
TfiE Grangers in Iowa aro
have trouble. Several of tin
nate Granges have determine
inatc and elect, if possibh
tickets. This course is said t
ficient cause for the revokiim Df thcr
charters by tho state Grange i.ieh, if
its officers aro strouglv l
iine 1 to
"Radicalism, will probably 1" 1 m.
At tho fall election i.i
that state will vote upon i
whether the judges of tho
couuty courts shall bo ulecici
- 1 . v i ,
jivupiu ui iuc general eiccu i. or tiji-
pointcd by the Mate executor. JIcic-
j toforo the judges have been olncted,
I but, the constitution provided 'or a
I change, as above stated, at tho ol ction
i iu lb"3, if the pcoplo shall so dcci e.
Thk Cincinnati Hxhibitiou, which
is almost strictly or n local character,
has now been open to tho public ubout
two weeks, and a despatch says that
the number of visitors is much greater
than to former exhibitions. From the
reports of correspondents we judge that
the exhibition itself is also a success,
' the character and, number of contribu
te being fully up to any of its pre
decessors. There aro exhibitors from
many other statns beside Ohio, and the
industrial and nrt work ol almost overy
climate is rapretented.
Tnr. right of a railway paunger to
a seat was recently tested in an Indi
na court. In the easo at issue the
passenger, finding all the cjrs of tho
j train on which he had embarked com-
piewy uiiou, vetusfcd to gtvu up his
l i . i" 1 1
ticket unless ho was provided with
seat. To tlm bold dcQanen tl
j ductor made the usual rcionse, by
, oiwjjjuug mc uuiii, nuu caubou lite 'am
contatnoer of tho divine right of nil
way corporations to bo pitched our w th
his baggage upon a deserted iart ol ac
road. An award of 82,000 duir es
against th railway compjjy w .no
result. In soilingji ticket it w.i ic.d
that the company entered into con
, tract to provide a keat, and kd no
j right to tho return of tho tick, - uu.es
tho seat was furnished.
The action of tho Catholic is ,n
it t i i i . .
iaeuipuiH, wuo uavo ciotou up t cir
schools and offered thcuisolvcs . itu
itou nurses for the sick, sli .vs i Juro
ism and devouduess rarely uihiinted
outside of the Catholic sistcthood.
Nurses who have offered, iu a ti i a.
'tiooofhigh wages to go into tho in
fected districts and faco dUease
bedsidejf the sick and dying,
high commendation, oven ttioti
hope of gain may have been tho r
whioh influenced them , buttlic
which braves disease and porlr
from a dense of duty and a di
pathy for Buffering humanit
uursos tho Btraugcr and the
poferty as tenderly as a inotla
upon hor offspiing, and all wi
tho desire nor tho oxpcctai y oi're
jaunoration for services re mi- d, is u
Lltmn nnnrapd whose (inlv r i il in
in the consciences, o the nob men
who exeAlaait. The Chria
wiiloh would withhold from tUiu the
gratitude of all njankin l ii unworthy
'J'HK governor of frnnorn, Mexico,
recently published in n California pa
per a statement that, from certain cir
cumstance?, lie believes the Apaclies in
Arizona arc those who, day by ilay,rob
and ajsinate the citscni of Mexico.
The commissioner of Indian n fin ins,
Mr. Smith, has replied to him in n let
ter, that great apprehension has ex
isted in regard to the negotiations inailo
with Cochise by (Jen. Howard. These
nogotin.inns never took the form of a
treaty, but Cochi'c agreed, in con
sideration of receiving ration? only from
the government and other help by
which ho slioiilil he ablo to livo with
out plunder, to desist from depredations
in tho country. That Cochise under
stood this agreement is evident from
tho fact that he has frequently re
strained some members of his band
who desired to raid in Mexico, and had
ordered off his reservation other Iri-
lians who had come in with booty, ev
idently from Sonora, desiring to trade
with his own baud, and furthermore,
that Cocl.iii! had expressed his ready
nesstojoin tho United States forces ,
1 1 pursue and capturo tho band of fifty
marauding Indians who had abondoued
their friends nud reservation.
THfc KIUJ1TJ.nO AleCuOKs;.
Tho Dayton '.Journitl' stnlc Ikut Gen
Ejwiu Stanton McCook, who vn hsus.
iiimied by XVintermuto, is tbu II fib mem
inir of thu iHnilly who mot violent dentil-,
rtirea wcro stain in battle, and two assns
.inated. Cliitrls M. McCook, tho youm-or, was
killed nttlm tint battle of Hull Run, July
ji, 1601, when ho was In his I9vh vtr,
rrlni; as a private aoldior in tho 2 ml O.
lirii;. (icn. Robert 1j. McCooV, fourth
t in of Miijor Dantol McCook, wa iihk
jinnted liy rubel guerrillaj, near Dechcrd,
ronnnHeo, Aut;ut 0, 1SC.2, whllo lick iu
t nmbulence, in his 3Gili voht.
ilajor l)niel MeCook, Umfnthor of the
'urnlly. whs killid tit Itullltitoti Istnml,
n the Ohio rivor, while In iurmlt of
.lohn Morgan in his celobrHted raid
hn.U'li Ohio, on tho 21it of Jul, 13C3,
ho (tcond annivorsary of tho death ol
hu vounge't ion, Chariot.
H'lj. Unn. Daniel McCook wa killed
t the tmttlftof K'enciaw .Mountain, in his
JOth yoar. lie was tho sinti ion.
And lustlv, hdwin btanton JIcLook.
who was atianinatpd as nbovH ryportnil
Up also wm in tho icrvlco of his country.
But three ions of that larcu family, iM
of wnotn served d urine the rohollion.
romnin, nnmelv: Onl. Oonreo V. i Mc
Cook, tho oldeit ion : MhI. Ooii. A. Mel1
McCook, now corvine with hli repmont
in Tei n i, and Capt. Join: McCook, who it
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
FROM NEW YORK.
-Vkw York, September 2'J. Thnro was
only two hundred thousand dollars worth
of bondi bought at the sub-treasury slnco
l'J o clock, thcro bein n conidertihle fall-
1 nt; oil' in the number of f olerf.
cash mi rort stock
Tho following chcIi bids for nook were
mado on tho street: Central, 1)5; Wn
hash, &0; Rock Island, 85 lo 93; Western
Union telegraph, 72.
All foreign markets are utrong, with a
hotter feeling. Tt.u annouucemcni nf tho
Commercial AdvertUcr that tho certifica
tion of tho Contlnontal bank woro
thrown out of tho clearing hmuo on Sat
urday, wa an orror causud doubtless In
confounding It with thu batiKof tho Com.
monwealtb, Tho Continental U tiayitj"
all liabilities on demand.
1 tidqo Faticher, on a ault of tho Crocert'
bank, of tbii city, has granted an attach
ment atratntt tho property of tho Union
National bnk, of Philadelphia, in this
city, for 510,000 A motion was nmdo in
me lupremo eouil to-day io
dismiii tho attachment .if $110,.
O'JU in Iho hands of lielmont, &
Co.. loini; a balance of 5100,000, less 15
per cent, commission, which Uii-hnrd I'.m.
tstnn won U.t May in a lottery. The at
tachliifnt wan granted nt tan sultnf K. II
Whitney, who a I'oiiaston promised
nt,!!! uan mi gains n lie would corno to
ow York and help the money.
A i). illiatus it Co , ovor drew their
account In tbo bank of the North Amer
ica to thn amount of 5150.000. The Ilrm
lopmited securities for iJliiO.OOO, leaving
WJO0Oitilldui.. The bank authorillo.
.ro now engaged in cndcavurjng to com
pel tho payment of that mm.
HTII.L I'lSANClAI, AOKXTS. .
it it iaioj lo-duy that Jay Cooko A-
Co. nro still the financial agents for tho
navy department of the government, and
-.ru likuly to bu continued as such. Thu
.nnomicctnent of a change lain lasttdglit
Is only otto more of tho idhi rumors lloatlng.
ISAAC n. 1IA1I.KV
has Icon ajipolnted receiver of tho bunk
I tne tyommonwealth. Thu day ImsS
closed (juiet, and il is now believed tlu
panic it over.
Thoro was a decided Improvement in
buslne'H at tho cotton and producu u
cbango to-day, and thogenon.1 Improtiion
seemed to be that the breakers had bean
passed, ami that no furthor danger was
apprehended. The prospoct Is coneided
had nnolbor Interview of moro than an
hour with Secretary Uichardnon, nt the
whltohouso thii morning, nt which .Secre
tare Uulano, und J'ostmaster (ion. Cres
well, were present. It has lenn decided
from tho national treasury, to ,,j,t
Treasurer Ulllhouieln New York u.
CA.LKU DAllA' JBULliJflTliS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 23, 1873.
: - - : .,..
night, to cnublo that officer to buy bonds
that may ho ottered. Tho president feels
oncotiraged at tho -rmw. to-day, md
will bo guided by circumstances. Ho
will lonvo to-night.
Secretary Richardson has boon receiv
ing ti'legrams for Now York every fow
minute? during the day poitlnt;
him ns to tho condition of afi'aln thtre.
In reply to Interrogatories this morning,
he laid everything was moro encourag
ing, and tho government would buy bonds
just n fast ni they wcro presented. He
ha? plenty of mono and would glvo it
out lo nil who como with tholr bondi.
When the 'tteitlon was asked whother
or not tbls money to pay for bondi would
como from tho logal reorvo, ho answered,
"never mind nbotit that. 1 will attend
to ccttinq tho money, Tho government
Is alright, and I Intend lo kftcp it to."
Theiccrotnry of the treasury contradicts
the itiitemont that tho navy account has
been transferred from Iho banking houin
of Jay Cooko, McCullough A Co., In Lon
don, to Drew, Untnhri'clit A Co., and do
dare's thai llieru is no Intention of mak
ing ttich transfer.
11IK I'lUMliENT ANll HIS CAIII.tCT
with Oon. .Ihcrman and tho governor
of MurWatid, have algtilliud tholr Inten
tion of attending the fair to be held f.t
Westminister, .Maryland, on tho first and i
econd of October.
Sec'y Rlchnrdion received tho follow-
iig dispatch from Now York to-day:
1 Murcantilo business Is progrcistng unus
uully well. It la clearing itiolf. The pear
plu join in tending congratuaiioni to the
pr. sidunt, and Scc'y Richardioii for their
itnlility. Ths Hock exchango will bo ro-
opot.ed on Wedneiday."
havo been m.sdu: Wtn, P. Thompson
Idaho, regUlcr of land oflico Uoiso City,
Idaho; (licir Whitnoy, socroiary of tbo
I'crrlt'iry Dakota, Vico Oen. McCook
dt ceased; Lvmati R. Sperry, ot Wlicon-
in, agent for the Indians of Kort Ber
thold agency. Tho run of tho Freed
man i and Washington City Saving's
bank has nearly subsided. Johnathan
Murrinm was appointed collector of inter
nal revenue for tho eighth Illinois district,
Vico Harper luipondod.
Tho business of tho savings banks to
day was lomowbnt heavier than that of.
the but thrco das ot the past wcok, but
that Is always the case on Monday, and no
alarm, however, seemi to bo manifested
by depositors. Thu resolutions passed
lust evening at thu meeting of lavingi
bank olllcers, where it seems to Ibis effect:
that undor the provisions of their char
ter tho bunks rofused to mako any pay
ment unless thirty days notico Is given
that tho deposit will bo withdrawn. Sjme
of tho banks were paying nil deposit! of
$100 or lelf.
to-day presented a most extraordinary
spectacle. It would be ditUcullin tho ne
cossarily briet limits of a newspaper re
poittogivo a correct idea of tbo excito
mailt which prevailed, but tho excitement
Was apparently ot an entirely different
kind to tho intenso anxiety of Friday and
Saturday, which h'td its origin in tho con
dition uf the universal panic. The sticoli
to-day, Wall, Nassau, and liroad, wcro
crowded, and it was dltllctilt for a pedes
trian tu tread his way through thodilfer-
ont groups which occupied them and the
siduwalks alike. Tho most itriking foti-
ti.ro ot the scene, possibly, was that tbo
musses to-day were ipecta'.ori, whereas
the last days of tho preceding wcok every
one. was ruabing hither utid thither, tight-
lug and struggling to umko hU way to
o:iu bunk or olllcc.
AlTKIl THK IIATH.K.
Tho day opened in financial circles with
comparative littlo excitement, and tbo sit
uation ntrangely in contrast with last
wouk. Tho Cold Exchange opened at 10
o'clock us usual. President Morris called
tho board lo order, and it was tmammou!-
ly ro3olvcd that tho room should bu kept
open for arranging of loam, and the set
tlement of Friday and Saturday's business,
and that u iy moinber buying or otlurlng
to buy or soil gold in tho Exchange, or on
tho itreots, nhould bo expelled. Thu boat
best of feeling prevails. It was also re
solved that thu price of gold bo fixed at
112 for kettlnment Intwcon members of
tho clearing houso. Transactions and
carrying tho rato for gold was fixed ot
7 per cent, per annum.
Thoro was k moiernto run on Seamon't
savings batik at tbo corner of l'eurl ond
Wall streou. Tho trustees had a meeting
un 1 resolved to psy all sums under SIOn,
but on larger uma to demand 30 day'i
notico. .Some fuw of thu banks can delay
payment tld i and ull for 20 and on to
CO. Thus !t will bo soun that no living's
bank in kound condition can bu broken
during' th prosent excitement.
Hanks f discount woru all open, sumo
wcroccrtifylng choi ks good through clear
ing hotiius, and other were paying In
greimbraeks. This of caurse was no reg
ular business on cither stocki or gold, and
brokori were doing nothlngbeyond trying
to effect a sotttlemont of traniaclloni.
bunkois whvhavn not suspended arotran
sieiirigiu b;iines beyond paying iuch
depositors as called tor thulr monoy.
Thoso engaged in rotv'igii oxchango were
entirely idle, as the closing of tho gold
room has stopped business In exchange on
London and tho Contlnont. Cold brok
er to-day cleared up all the business pf
Friday and Siturday through tho gold ex
changu bunk by united action, which un
der circumstancm was cwrtainly a great
feat. Everyman (ottlod prompt by cer
titled chosks. There U no prlco for money
and very little said about It this afternoon.
$100,000 1881 bonds sold at 115 cash, and
brokers have hid trdtn for b20
at prices aboio government
Cl'MOM It KO IS I ITS.
AVasiukuion, Soptumber i!'J Cotton
receipt for thn weok ending September
13th, wore as follows Itow York, $3,
027,004; Philadelphia, $lU3,3Cli Ilpstor,
5417,2'J3; naltirnore, S?4,o:3.
Los'nox, fioplembor 22-Much anxiety,
Ii manifested on all sldei to bear furthar
news from Now York.
I AY r )OKE, M'cttl.LOUfiU A '.'J.,
conllntio to pay cash In the illttal manner
and the run on lliulr houso has ceased.
Much sympathy is expressed for the firm
by leading bankets.
A. O. Cattoll has telegraphed ' to
Secretary Klchardson, that tho business
of syndlcato is not disturbed by tin llnan
Among tbo rumors rurront In tho stock
exchange, Is one that the bank of Eng
land holds $1)00,000 of Jiiy Cooko & Co's.
acceptance, and that the Kothrhlidi havo
$100,000 of their pspor.
The dlipalch announcing tho tlo1ngjbf
tno .Now lurk gold exchange lias just
This newi Is accepted
ni an indication of tho gravity of tho '
financial situation, and thu market for 1
American locurlties Is again dopreiidih i
A desperate conflict took place Tn Tlurg
St. Kdmondi yoiterday, between largo !
mobs of Irishmen and a body of police-'
men. Tbo officers wcro compelled to .un
their clubs vigorously, and did not silcreed
in dispersing tho rioters until many of
them had received i.ivoro injuries. Tbore
! ereat oxcilemnnt In tbo town, and re
nowal of disturbances Is npprehonded.
Whllo rioting was in progress several
bouses wero attacked by mobs ntid
1'aksons, Kansas, Soptombor 'Jl!. Two
Chorokos Indians named Coch'ran nnd
Dorr went to tho roiidoncu of Sam Hot
good, un employe or iho Atlantic and' l'a
cific railroad, At Vcnlto, Indian Territory,
thii forenoon and begun tiring revolver!,
saying thoy intended to kill somo white
man before leaving town. No harm was
done to Huncood s familv. but it few n.o. !
ments after, and whllo tbo Indians were at
tbo house, n well-known white c1ti7.cn
named Jos. Morrill, appeared. Cochran
and Dorr wont out to meet Llm, and After
speaking a few word, Dorr said. 'Minis
d n white man, let s kill him, ' where
upon Cochran drew his rovolver and tired
two ihot., ono of which passed entirely
through Morrill's body. Morrill fell, and
whilo down, fired at Cochran, wounding
him in the arm. Cochran then fired at a
small boy standing near, but without ef
fect, aud then he nnd Dorr fled to tbo
woods. Deputy U. S Marshol Johnson,
with a posse, started in pursuit, nnd a
largo number of clti.eni aro now scouring
tho woods for tbo fjgitives. If tho mur
ders sro found they will bo killed at sight.
Morrill died this afternoon.
A TKHKII'IC STORM.
AtousTA, September 22. Tbo follow
ing dispatch has been received from Tal
lahasse, Florida, dated the 21st: A ter
rific storm prevailed throughout this por
tion of tho country on Sunday morning.
Soveral stores woro unroofed and thlny
or forty houes blown down, and several
others badly damaged. A great number
of gin houses woro destroyed. Tho crops
aro cocsidorod ruined. Thrco or four
lives woro lost and soveral persons Injured.
A largo number of cattlo, etc., w 're killed.
The streets aro blocked by fallon trees,
and tbo telegraph wires are destroyed for
miles. Tho loss in ibis county is Immense,
St. Marks is ontirely washod away, only
two houses boing left standing, and 20
families mado homeless. Newport is also
Ti:niitui.v: hiiooi imi a rut a v.
Inuki-emdencc, 3Io., September 2'J
A terrible shooting affair occurred hero
yestorday afternoon, resulting in the kill
ing of one man and wounding 3 others.
It appears that Jas. J. Chiles met Deputy
Marshal Jas, l'oacoi-k on tbo street, and
lapped him in thu face. A fight ensued
during which a pistol fell from Chiles
packet which was picked up by hi 1 ion,
14 yuan old, who idiot Peacock in ih
back, Intllctlni! a dangerous wound Pea
cock thon shot Chiles through tbo head,
killing him. Tho son of Peacock shot
Chiles, wounding him fatally, and City
Marshal Farrow, who then came up to
stop tho disturbance, was slightly woundod
In tho breast, by whom not known
1'IWANl 1AL liUSl OK ltAK..
Oiiicaoo, September 22. There is
considerablo of a run on 101110 of the sav
Inifs' bunki to-day, but they nro adhering
to tho roiolutlon adoptod yoitorday, to fall
back upon tho thirty and sixty' day rule,
and uro only paying sums of less tbau ono
hundred dollars. Tho largest assembly
appoars to be gathored at tho Htuto street
avingi Institution, but so far thn crowd
has been very quiet nnd orderly. The I
latost roports, publb and private, from )
New York, nppoar to havo had tho ellect '
to lessen the anxioty which wai manifest '
this morning among many bankers and
AUTIOM OK Till! CIIAMIir.lt Of COMMKItlK.
Mil WAlli-i-K Knl..,i,l,AP .10 'in
jiii.waueke, beptombor JJ. rUo
Chambor of Commerce at J'Ji.'lO mm., to.
11 m i.,uv jliu,, 10.
day, passed a resoltitirn to adjourn until
"Wednesday, and no deliveries of grain
shall be inadn whllo tho chamber stands
adjourned. Also resolved tbiit no trades
In grain In mado between membori dur
IMl'Tsnuui,, Septembor 22. James T,
llrady A Co.,. brokers of the
trust company of tbii city suspended to
f I'Mr-TliiijrjiiA, feptmbiiriJ-,'i.--Ther
'ii a imieli luof feolifbnAUe,. streot to
uay.hHlMlAbdfnJSIld .rli mir.
f rour li'ew York VfSrri!''l'uiponsiii!j of nil
thabanki. ThcFo wore feolings or dis
trust mnn)'c3t'd Nyjb t-ii l j)ip rumors reacliod
horn; but their diinlal-foon ma'dd matircri
; quiet, and' tho itdckToafiTTiecamo ffrin.
Tho financial flurry has subsided. Tho
run on tkainvJncBbauksJm4j.eAjd.-un.dJ
tho national banks oYjiorlsnetf "no unusual
demand for capital.' " '
10 M t
UttMlK, SepH),rtbor".'r--"CaSt.v fcgVn
wltbcomany 'U., umVT., oiid Allium with
company K , of tho 3iijl, vayelry while rn
ttirnlng from, Vtt Fottormap, utiuck thn
Indian trail on tliut lleru.Shoo river on
tho f0Jn.t.fm.l followed It nearly seventy
unn':. ju iuu luuriiinj; oi tuo iuin incy
run into tho Indian camp on North
Larmio nnd csjuitrcdftl ponies, nr.d rocj
tured.l'J head of slock belonglnic lo lot
tiers ontbo .Sabine j also captured 2 guns,.
'I0O Iler.iy carttidged,,- 0 sad
dli 50 pair or mocajlnn,
a lot or jerked meat.oct. Tho Indian s
escaped into tho hiils. 'Only threu ot
them wcro mounted. Tho cavalry hud or
ders not to tiro unless. lirod upon and tint
M hot was 11 rod; It is stipposud tho Indi
um cut tho lino botwecn hero and Fort
Cincinnati, ,Sotitember2J. lliv..r r,,!'.
1 ing, four feet six iuchov" ra"lncd constantly
j and pretty heavily al'J.lny. " "
I X"..... . . ... . ...
i:w wki.&a.nh, ntiuiemiier .s. .No ar
rivals or departures, Weather clear.
l'lTTsut no, September 2'J. iiiver on u
stand, with 22 inches In the channul.
WoHthur cloudy nnd warmer with s.mo
rain this ftornoon. '
&t. Lot 14, September 22.-i-Ar'rle! :
rft Jofeph and. UiHti,..Muinpbl; lllntlcf-"
son, Keokuk, jreyhuind, l.ouiiville
John F. Tolie. New Ufluans.. .Dt.narif.,1 ;
1 Clinton, Kookuk, Che'sfor, Memphis, F.lv
or lamng. a stenuy ram sot lit about 12
o'clock last night nnd'contlnmd moto or
less heavily ovor cine?. '
Louivm.li, Septfltnbtjr J2. Itlver fall
Inc, with 2 feet '.' inches intho canal; 9
itn.be 1 iu Iho pji downho Indiapcbuie)
s am '.1 feet lfe;io t.o. Evansvlllj ;. 3 ,Joe'l 8.
incbos henco to Cincinnati. A heavv ria
fII until h p.m. 'AVeather cltnly, will,
prospf-cts ofnioro rain.' Arrived, -dai
Itogera, Cincinnati j-CoiiV'lui, Cuiiq; Ada
Ueilman, Henderson. ' Howard Sc. Cj
havo completed a ,nuw I'vanjvljla and
Toniiesseu rivor picket, 'uud willjaum Ii
her next week. Tho i?atcs 'for tfn
lockes of tho upper 'canal urn finisbyd.
1 tie now .Madfson loaves to-nibrrow f
.St. Louis. -4 '1
.-t. l.oi'ts.rieptembHr 22, Tin niatkot
is mtuh unsettlmrand littlr doing, cwopi
-i. iyn wj'erniiuu in csrn.
Hemp Hrin nnd'tiucbnngpd.
Flour buyers motly off; notblngdsno
Wheat dull nnd lower; millers wctlll
not buy oxci'p. at a decline of 7 conts on
gradu nnd 10 Cent' cn 'ample?, nnd the
little sold wis mostly at thii de llnu.
Corn dull; No '1 mixed dlflljc regu
lr cash; 41pl2tt-M!t:r In October.
Otts dull; No '3 mixed it(.1P.-
Whisky steady at f'je.
Nkw Onr.KA.vff, g.-ntombor 22. -Flour
dull; XXX $7 007 75; family ?3 SOfi)
Corn quiet; white 73c; yellow 7 Ju.
Oats lirmor at 4850c
Ilrnn quiot at 85Jc.
II av ouiet; primu $21 00. cholco S2o 00
I'o k no demand; mess nominal nt 17k
dry salt shoulders ic rco at 0c: bacon no
.l......wl .1 nHMln..i ... riY m.,Ai
hams 1 IgjlCc ; lard dull at 3 Jo ; keg 1 UfTy
Siicur nnd molaesos nothing dolriL-.
Whisky dull; houisiana Jr.c; Ciminnatl
Munrius, .September 1L Ctitton dull
and iinchiincid; receipts bOO, shipments
y.r'.i ntuuK 11., .
; F lour steady.
. -.Corn meal firmer S'J PO,'
iCcrn dull nnd lower (jQUittS".
(Oats scarco and llrmdSpJOc in sloro.
- ,llay mixed ?20. " , ."
Ilran nctivo ilCfTiilO 60.
Hacon dull and drooping;i.lioulders OJc;
hard dull and uncbanl
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
liJUITPniUD'P 1 Cnrw Colc and Orlplnz In
Will I LUmb O i ll Howell, kwt fncll. atcs
SYRUP. I la protess ot'TtUhlcc
Bubcltif s Conmlsloni anil awmr. ), ??Il.Z C33
tornn nil dltrwti laeiUn 'to QPS
IlU&Ii and CUilJrsn.
TJTTJ O r
WH ITCOMB'Sf rrC"l fumnier VopUlot,
8YRUP. l'u Ctilldrta of all agrs.
Ilcllvis rln, wnldiess or .
risu.llonln it or SO minutes, glf.
I "ni'ly, In all disorders Lrootrbt ou bVtatLlDlt or
Tl I. . V. . ,hr..i.l ..J m . 1 .. . . .
I knV fillil rmllmM
b llur, and laVo 00 other. '
I'reparfdLj tbe (IRAlTOf MTOTtWRl'C0., II.
Louie JIo. Bold I j JJruggfsti and PeaJers la
Medlclri Ti7jer. i
i ,, , , . , 'N1 c "
Ht clearisliis the Mood ami aronslnx tho liter an 1
'tcrttlt orjtans to a lieultlij action, Dr. lUuri't
1 vould not U tnn,0Ml Uwjr ald rau. audi
I ',diclif, i'ui,i in ho Hicis-. Sumii.
" Ihu llasistssissidrevt, ItiillneH,
-...aiMi-aw asiiriiiiiueiMiii. laiMsriSICin,
l.oaa or Alitiellto, llllloua lf3 Hi'tiCerj ,
Hliliipy Alft'vtiiniM, t'stsiMtluistioss, D11
blllly, Fvyrra or nil Ulndi, JjrMpov
llt. JlinudlCt'. fid oilier ltlii.1i. ,1 rnT.itili.liTla
kr.lng Irora a low ttatu of Hie tody, or otstrueslen
j of Its functions, '
1 llelog free from Morcary and otliar rolsons Iher
, run l 1 ilten at all limes an I under all clrcnuiitau.
c-,ulttiout rrntrd to diet, tniiliieteor rloaiur.
1he itlinulutu th i.tkiiiM',l and dleieaiperl
"irtelnto liealttiv action, gluluir tlieinatrenxtb to
disburden tlieiaeeltes aud llirow off tins ijUtrnctlon
klmli aro th first causa of disease, without
lrnliivluir clilier unueenur tj-Tlulnc.
Alllicuity nnd drowsy aeasaUoDs, wUicls are) tae
I l'''"alytlcBCroUs.s,Ac.arffiKtiiy warded
.. "w ""'"oi meet leercLlnii nils,
l''psri ij me Urtncn l(!ln. C., St. Unls. tie.
6 lr l'rvnUisnU'i;mUiliedljUeiTt7kre.
The 1 MEDICAL I WONDER.
A s ivi ti i .1111.1' smnrit for nir sri
V ' l'' I-I I K, I t.OOl,;il)NLVb nd liOW
KI s ,,nd ff c rre tve of all female ilrranit.
loeiil- Ic cnniilns 110 altlicbe -ritt jtl Is tk
1 '. "tfititHt? iJhmil
IUEA7J 'ruifl t
. onn'UMirAr.v tistimoxial tu
MK-Si: ), (1 I', MAIIUIKK, M. lui, Mo !
t.-nlleiiifn -l he undersigned I.Jvirs knewn mi for
many yen a relUU chemiala ami rhanitsceu
lists, and ..'.immz the rfTeit.ve .tion of your
ronmlin s.,r Mhttesrr ttcomnended.wish to loir
Xhintjiy cid-a.-e la the cIDcaiy of your last, anl
in niir ..nimon. is rreriifstinn, ' Mni.UlK KM
1 1 NDl UA.Stltl lil'IlKKS." Ji u all that you
ilaimfirtt at an altersilve, niraiive, slepurator
and iiiur-ti.-, m lire sj-ctlally tiK.n Uie livsr, blocd,
iildneys nn.l b. wrfs.
P1 Pll ItllOWN, Nfaynr. who .sifs: "I base
f.'iind ihi th midt . l'a. ant .mj efTretivc medicine
1 have rvenised
Ml 1.1.3 SKI.US. biai Insurance Comnu'Mlon-r.
wi ai'.g- 1 enuore me .iaor s fpininn.
I III-. Kit. HI -MS.N,
Hn s...llir I.iit ii,)
of Lailinu Klt.J I'ohder
l MA-. C, OON'IKK,
( limn I -ni Cen. Com.
I- r. 1 rnuusoN,
" eiil;" if Mo. Osoi,
III S'RVT. M 11)1),
late Lily & County Ass'r.
It'll C Jiirt Crln Correct.
1). M. Ilpitl.lt.
I'lOli. St Ixiiii 1.1 .b-,
W, K WAC.NF.ft,
Clerk I'rr.bttf Coult
..Attorney at U.w,
late IVn. II latinau's
II M. CIIA.tlBl.Rb.
f)RMVNJ Ct'l.MAV, I'v. Itu- ft Drov. KmIc
ru'i Kursl World.
M. i'. IIARl.Vr.l I .
I'r-s V. M.C.A.
1 A SIIHVOCK,
uf Shryoik ti Co,
XV T (IAV,
of t.y, llancerikam-s ft
1 ' i i-ntlon
late (Sty t'olliwt t.
M T. ANOrtl'.WS.
of Hsuly, Mich-lft Co.
U i!ariMitn- Hottl
nd may .ithers n'.ni.
' J. Si C. MACUIRE,
' - rl frri triors, "-'I. Lonls, Me,
PRICK, 75 CSNfs ?SR BOTTLE.
rptjitrxT a vnonrAnLn rnnxn.vnoy.
eotnpoetd lmply of wtlI-kao-a ROOTS.
HERDS, and FRUITS, forablaed with otttr
projiertli!, ssblch in their nature) ar Cathirttr,
Atirlent. XatrltkiUa. Ijmrptlff . Alturatrrnsinrf
IMJluue. Tbo wliclo Ii proi-rriMl la t eufflcten
(juaatltycf spirit from ths Ht'OAU. CA.MJ to
eep uoffl in iaj cjunsie, sriucn mute iht
:o of themmt deelral)l Tonlre mill C'uiliur.
.(Ira In the world. Tbkyaro Inttndtnl ttxtiUyte.
only to be liac.l M a lacdlciuo, and sdwiys iccciilaa
ey are the ht-anchor of the frtblr end !e-WliUU-d.
They act upon a 1I.muci! IhVr, and,
stimulate to tracts a ilfgrtc, tliet a LulOiy actiou U
. uu uruu'ufc eLuuif ai a remriay 10 sshlcn
XV'iinirn 11 rti especially sralijett. It Hounwrscdlng
every other etlmulant. As Stnriiii; mill sjisiis.
rarr 'liuiir, they btve no iwiual. 'Ihey area
juitu auu kuuu liritauvnas wen aa lotllc. ioeT
lurlly thu Mood. They nroaspfcnJia AroUir.
They inslo tho weak etroni;, 'lliey purity and in
Mljorate. llieycuro r'yeiopsla, CoLstlpaUou, anil
lleadw he. They ru't c a cHv:in: in all specie of
ilimrdt-rs which unilennlne the bodily itieugth and
J'iOa-iot.JSrk Placs. Hew York.
A FEW ArrnOATIONti MAKP X
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It Is rort ly VeEftiblo. sad lis operation is c.en
WI felt at once, it tloee away with tins I'liu'wl
Appsjsuttca eustd by Heal, latltme. an.l l-Jsclti.
2I!!,'.,Ii' mi remoreaall Itlotrhi n nu riiuplt 0
snwrnnsjlark nd nmlrttly ipota. DrUci.
iSS.'JU.&X' 3t funbtiru. su.il by 'ts itciilto hut
paverraj Isflrmioe rcautieu the fidtd cheet with
TOCIHTtrt BI.00M AND BEAUTY.
8TOil0VvnilFj''cy titu- ""i
For Snloat Wholosrtlo or Itotail.
OOKNKH 32l).0TEET AND OUIO LSVI
.1. V. tlAHItl.B
II IRC 'EI..A Jf rOtH.
MTjiLKIt & PARK Kit,
DIOAIKH.S IN KI.OUH, "OUN
Onta, Haj', otc,
AUKsSTS rois KAIHUANK'8 HCA LKt
Ohio Levee. CA1KO. tltl.lNOIH.
II. A. Tliotus J.. 1). Thorns
THOMH a- HUOTHKIt,
fltiri'einsrs to II. ll.lltlleli.
Misiilo isnd I'ssnt'X llrorerlea,
KorelKU and llumesllc
jPTTji-ra jxt-jd jstwtb
ITA Cointtierelsl Avontie,
OAIUO. . H.MaNOIH.
W.M. H. WAI.KKK !c CO.,
(I.rili. Wnll.fr .V lltrrs.i
fiKNKKA I. COMMISSION MKKCHANT.S
I'lIK JSAI.K UK
('OI)STHV, Wr.STIcr.r7 AVIi NniiTIURN
Nik. Ii :ind 17 North Water Street,
"dT" Si km l.ll attention uirrii In iwhisilmi.
meiit. H-lfl if
UF.NKRAls COMMISSION MERCHANT
And denier Iu
I.IMK,'ClMkNT, l'LAeTtK, lUlK, KTf.
.Vis Ohio l.evce.
S3TI will soli In car load lots it insmilac
tuterV iiriccii, sildlti); IreiKlit. l-'J-tt
I'. M. STOCKIMsKTIl,
I!ctllnr Mid Wh'ilviiale Dealer In
I'imiiiss.Y ami isi.Tii:vrJ'
MQl'ORS AND WINES
NO, O'J OHIO I.KVKL',
It. SMYTH & CO.,
j xyilOLKSALE QKOUBK8,
Cur. C'oumien lal av. snd ImIs st .
Also, bop conetantfy on Land a most oim
Plate stock of
SCOTCH AVll 1IS1SI1 W1UHKIIS
fl I N fci.
Port, Madorlis, Pherr y nnd CrtUwt n Win"
H, Smith .t Co. rire hl-o aKenti. tor .Spen
cer. Mi-Kay ACo.'i riUslmrK alo, of wlilrh
Inryo ftock I kept constantly on lund st
Commissi oy M k ii chants
Cul'NTItY I'HODUOK, OKA IN,
I'lotts-, .-,lriil, ltnciin I'll-,
No. ii IIoxvAitn's Row,
J3"l.llifral ndvanrci. 011 loiisiKhnmenl
r.irtli'M wl-lilns t' Keep poled ith out
market will plca.e M ini ndilii M,
Iti-'-niKM KS -Hanks and Imslness 111011
of Jieraphls. TciiLcssee.
OLIVE STREET HOTEL
SKCONIJ AMI OMVi: "Tlti:r.TS,
NEWLY riTTKlJ A N't) UMUIiMiHIIli
thmiinhout. -lock trlisraiih In ll.u house
street tiitruiict llshti-il nt 11 gnt ,y iMirittni llithi
baa ull modern liniroii-nifnH (..imliicli-il 1,11
Artiprlran mill liimiu nl.n t ... .......
ruurus f I p.r iUji ineul, mj, uc.'i Xmhiu'iii
ii si n i.'y '.ii IL..H .1 .1.
" ICiKi:,''ll H'Ili.i! .ltd.. I'loprietorn.
UK A Is EMTATE ACJEACY.
C. WINSTON & JO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SKOONI) VLOOB) OHIO' LUVICK,
Hut and Htu, Reai. Kstatk,
FUIINIHU AOHTHAUTH OK TITLB
Ami pio-iarv ConTeTanoHn of Kluds1!
John JI, Jtulkoy. 'Wlllam O. ilnlkey
.MULKKV & HON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office: Kluhth stieot, between Comine r
1st und WiifhlPtiloii iiviiimen,
l.D. MATUUSS.. 1,0 DHL
MATHU83 & UUIi
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
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