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C-W1U) DAILY liULLE'l'LN, Til UKSDAY, OCTOBER. 2, 187a.
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TUK DOLLAIl WKKKLY IICI.l.KTlN
John 11. Oberly ha reduced the Mibsrrip
Mon price of the Wkkkty Caiko Huli.min
t On Dollar per imnum, making It the
ajkoapest piper published In Southern Ullnol
eillB snatlrr an rrrry iit.
Tux refusal of Secretary l'.icbardson to
Comply with tho request ol the New York
produce exchange was wise. The secre
tory of tbo treasury cannot lend money
Upon collateral securities or become
nholesale purchaser of gold in foreign
marketi to carry on a retail business at
A custom Louie ii to be built
at Eransvilie, at a cost of prob
ably $300,000,, to ; tin national gov
rnmont. In ntno mo'ntbi, ending .March
81, J 873, the total aluo of imported goods
localrod at Kvanavlllo m $3'.'J. II u who
Intimates that Kvansvillo u nolTn need of
a custom houie,ia, in view of tkeso figures,
a liar and a villain, and it would be valti
, littery to call him a horso-thlof.
Tub "Stato Pollster ' says tlioru if
" perfect accord between tho farmers and
democrats or Sangamjn, ' and thcreloro
Ida democrati have nominated a ticket for
the purpose of presenting tbo farmers of
(bat county with an opportunity of voting
lor a squaro-tood member ot tho never-
ay-die party, called by aomo a bad polit
ical odor and by others a dltagrocablo re
collection. Tbo (armors ihould avail
thetafWe of this opportunity. Thoy
may never onloy another of tho tamo
Tun Memphis 'Kegistor' saya the yol
low lover ! iweoplng ovor tho part of
that town known at l'iuch and Hippy
Hollow with unabated malignity; and
ther are no signs of any abatement.
'rom Monday, 10 th of fe'eptombor, to
Saturday, :0th, at noon, tbcro bad been
75 deathi from yellow fever In Memphis,
luring tbo locoud woek of tbo presenco of
the dlseaao, it carried olf 92 victims; and
up to and Including of the 26th ol Septem
ber, on which day tho deaths woro '1",
there havo been, from yellow fever, 213
Tilt MUKKT HlLI. l'UHLHIIISU CoM-
tant, 12a Kast 28th street, knvo just mado
rrangemonta with "The Graphic Com
jjany'l for a furthor 15,000 of that unlquo
jhromo, "Throw l'hysic to tbo Dar," a
copy of which thoy present to ever pur
tibaier of Dr. Foolo's most popular book,
J'latn Horn' TjII. ami Mrd'Cttl Cottrnon
Isoth chromo and voluma seem to havo
touched the mirth and sympathy of the
people. It ii to tho credit of tho doctor
that be designed the picturo which Ilisp
Jiam baa so admirably painted. -The
doctor Is strongly "now school," and can
nfl'ord to humorously Illustrate on canvass
tho eiclamatlon of Hamlet, "Throw Thy
mic to the Dogl New York -D.iily Tri
buno." Jostrn H. Font, ono of the southern
gentlemen who aro always anxious to
murder people, and in particular their re
lative!, tho tallow who murdered a man
souietitno ago, and was acquitted because
the uiurdorod rascal bad protected Fore's
wife from Fore's murderom hands, the
same feUow who lately assaulted his wifo
with a hatchet on a street in St, Louis, hns
been at It again. On the 20th, while hh
trial for tbo attempt to marder his wifo
waa progressing, ho threw a largo glass
inkstand at her, and struck her lawyer
with it on tho bead. A accno of great ex
citement ensued, and ono of thn jury cas
ually let drop the oxprcssivo truth that
the d d rascal should bo hung. That
juryman's head is as sound us n Goose.
Island watermelon, and the banging
ought not to be postponed. Wo aro a de
nouncer of banging as a general rule, but
all general rules liavn tbeir exceptions,
and to the general rule that a mm can bo
put to better use than banging, Fore, and
nil cowardly rascals like him, aro eircp
It Is more than probablo there will oc
e.ur In tbo state of Mississippi a rather
torloua political difliculty. Tho Amos men
and the Alcorn won, black, l;ray and
white -take much delight in elei:tlon,and
have been laying to their souls tho flatter
ing unction that they would have a
jolly campaign this fill and a glorious
election in November. Their hosts have
been marshaled, tbo pegs all sot, and
the charge has boon sounded by tbo bu
glers. Hut now comoj Gov. J'owers who
ays.that the attorn oy general Is of the
opinion, leading members of tbo bar aro
of tho opinion and ho is ol the opinion
that according to tbo constitution of Mis
sissippi, no election can bo held In that
utate until November, 1871 ; and tho gov
ernor has accordingly issued bis proclama
tion to that ell'oct. Of coursetroublu will
onsue. Tbo darkies cannot endure lifu In
the south alnco tho war unless it is bright
ned by frequently recurring elections,
and this attempt of Gov. Towers to de
prlvo them of ono nf thoir inullunablo
rlgbta will undoubtedly be properly re
wentod," We anticipate at least a small
war In Mlsalaaippl.
Tub peculiar, wonderful altogether In
comprcbenaiblo Senator Charlie Voris, of
rjbelby county.astonlshod tbo city editor of
tbo Springfield 'Journal' tbeotborday, by
inhibiting to bltn a few yards of r. rail
road bill be propoaea to have enacted
by ta general assembly neztwlntcr. We
don' I 4ar7 bacauie wo are desperate.
tOfcarl! aaay pile up bill for railroad laws
as hlghas tht clouds, and wo will remain
calm Hid comparatively undisturbed
IUro to not listened In Vri' oratory,
which -attles along' llko a country wagon
at a two-forty paco over frozen road 7
Have vm nnt'lookod at bis hair streaming
as ho raved, llko tho tall ofacomel7
lUvo vnnot bohold his long armsnnd at
tenuate Ifgs llylog mlxcdly through ti e
senate hamber while his voice was sound
ing Ike tbo hollowing of tho hull of
Ussbai, und ho Indulging In tho ec
static delusion that he was making a
speech'' Havo wo not-seen Mid heard nil
this'' Why, therefore, need the 'Jomnsl'
at to in j t to IntimhUte Us by the informs
tlon tlat we ar lisvu inor of dear,
datnnid, lxllowing, g,'"',J hwrts'ii,
Jistrn't intr. elevrr. Ctarli- Voil
next winter. Let him cimo'
We sltll take him philojoohicxlly wheth
er by lboard, gtlUn or pessnd wlwle
sale or retail ; but to be candid, w mult
add we prefer him at an orator in home-
Thk -State llegUter,' ono of the ex
changes for which we always seanh, and
mourn when we find it not, has been fur a
considerable time abent from our table ;
but yo?torday morning its appearhneeslde
by sido with itc jostling contemporary,
tbo'Stato Juiirnal, glsddenndour tyo. It
has grown slnco wu lt saw it four col
umns In width, and several inches in
length ; and, nlfo, it has removed out of its
former dingy quarters into ii liii" new
building, erected tor Its future liabitatinn.
Kd. Merrill, tho ' Kugister' m-in, is n gen
tleman pnfso.'sod (f a groat deal of print
ing ollloe somo. It is litblt into which
a great many pcoplo have fal'en to nbuso
him, bocaico bo does not ubiih n paper
of tho proportions of tho Chicago dallies;
but Merrltt understaMls better tlmn they
how much ncwKpajier tho pntronnga ho ro-
coIvm doservct. Sprloirllold le ono of the
meanest places in tho country to publish
ti dully paper. It Is mi Inland city, of this
sleepy kind. Its business .men hnvu as
little energy as any In tho state, and whut
thoy have docs not manifest lteulf in pa-
troungo of tbo press. Tho politicians of
Sangamon -tho democratic pjlltlcluns
aro of no coucelvitblo benefit to tho 1 Keg-
islcr.' Tho only thing they do that nf-
focts tho pspor Is ahuso it; and when
Charlie says to Jim: "dim, ht us go
around to tho 1 ltugistor' ofllco and tel'
Kd. how we'vo fixed tilings," Kd, must bo
very dutiful and obodiont, or oUo Charlie
and dim will denounce him to Dob and
Gcorgo, and tho olhor boys who " lis
things," and' soino of them will stop tho
paper, for which thoy don't pay without
dunning, and which thoy nuvor fall to dis
parago and attempt to control. "We have
had such political Charlies, and Jims,
and Hobs, and Gjorgo, and Dills, and
Johns to deal with In our tlmo, and we
know how dreadfully pestiferous and un
profitable thoy aro, That tho Merritt
hoys, (who havo had aa oxcollcnt tutor lti
thoir estimable father, who, with tho
weight of threo scoro years on his should
ers, stilt uses tho pen with vigor), havo
succocdad in establishing tho ltegistor
permanently, and making monoy out of a
nowspapor In Springfield, Is a fo.ither In
thoir business cap n tall one, arid a finu
Horacu Grooloy should, if ho is in a
position to do sunt this time, dovoutly
tbank tho Lord that ho is not prnsidont of
the United SUtcs, but is a dead man
burled under live foot of earth. If he were
not dead If he now occupied tho presi
dential ch'iir,bow his old b.-ld pato would
bow under the execrations that would now
be falling upon him.
Moot a radical friond on tho struct, nmJ
although a littlo blue, ho will tell you that
our proscnt financial 1 1 111 ultlos havo re
sulted from tho sinfulness of AVnll street
stock gamblers, and eo forth, but that
I'roMdcnt Grant Is not to blamu that his
administration Is in no manner responsi
ble for tho crisis. Then ho will shrug his
shoulders, and smilingly assure you that
in a few days all our financial troubles
will bo In tho doop bosom of the oceau
burled or words to that ull'oct, if not
quito to Itichard the Thirdish.
But let us play . imtyine awhile, at tho
children say in tho nursery. If Grooloy
had boon elected and this llnanciul crisis
had occurred, how would our radical
frlon.ls havo tulkod ! Muiin, muthlriks I
soe him now, Horatio. Ho is a man of
sorrow; and Llnugir U wo.bngono; and
i'jpo is disconaolatu ; and l'ihr not con
solable; and Dlrd, the picturo ufduhpnir,
and all the lessor radical fry all of whom
look so hopoful now and ay tho ailiniuiri-
tratlon is not to hmmo aro rellcc'.loiis cf
tho misery of their loaders. Thoy would,
II such a crash as this had occurrgj in
Greeley's administration if Greeley had
haon clectod nil of thorn, have marched
through the city with tears in their eye,
shaking thoir disconsolatu head, crying,
"Wo told you so." And Morton would
Invo been on all tho stumps in Ohio t
ono time, shouting: "I told you so."
And Jay l'oko and Clews would havo
upg, "Wo told you so,"a a chorus to tho
radical politician's song of tuo anna nume.
Greeley -g,.oi old soul would havo bo
lloved that ho hat dono it all, wu nil
would have swore at htm, and hu would
havo died and gone to glory the most
ahusod man In tho world,
Dut now tho radical politicians who
said to tin p-oplo; r.'n.t, uloctlon of
Gieeloy will bring on a financial eruU d
structlvo of the biuinoss interests of tho
country, and tho election of Grant will
prevent such a crisis," now that such a
crisis has come, smile as a basket ol chips
Is said to smile and say: "It is'nt much
of a khowor, and Grant aint to blame, you
And ho Is not. That wo admit. Dut it
ia a curiou. speculation to imagine what
tho radicals would have said if Greeloy
bad been elected and this littlo nflair had
taken place. Tho shower hou In radical
estimation, thai In radical opinion would
litvs been tho most terriblo and destrun.
tlve storm of the ago, and every radical in 1
u ituu wouiu uave been alia to show
conclusively how it all resulted from the
election of Oreoley and the triumph of
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
FHOM NI2W YORK.
-- ' A military colpg has been organised
'kw York, October 1. Northrup A: i In Guatam:ia, and nil religion commiinl
Chick, hanker In Wall street, stuponded I ties have been prosed anil their property
this morning In consequence ot heavy j dedicated to benellMir.'o and in'trm lion
calls from Western depositors. The house
hat nu dealings n ith tho lock exchange
r.w' York, I ictober l.-i-TIm Grant lo
omotlve works at I'atterjon, en aocount
f the scarcity of greenbacks, have dis
charged an adililional It 3 men. Tho
work on tho Delawnne, Lsck.sw.mtia and
WesterN railroad tunnel through th?
Dcrgin htll has been 1
throwing over I0O men out of employ
ment. The Ciimmings car company, of
Jerey City, ha leen obliged to supund,
aUhough its assets will mora than cover
lit liabilities. Tho trouble is in n Itrn
amount of debts due from railroad com
panies, which cannot Ins collected.
The wholo number of claims submlttod
to tho American ami Dritish commission
vas l!'7, claimants making u reduction in
tho aggregate, of tho enormous sum of
.$15,000,000. Of thcto 1!$1 wcro nlloivod,'
tbo gro"JSiim of which reaches SI,'. 120,255.
It appears from an examination of tho
claims which wero favorably considered,
that awards woro only mado against the
United States in cases wlioro property
was takon, used or appropriated by the
authorities of tho United States, and in
eases of illegal Imprisonment of llritlsh
s.ujoctH during tho lato war.
Tho Qr6 In tho 12lh regiment armory,
oauscd a dmiiMi'o of $23.00(1.
UKMiMKD l'AVM KNT.
AVamiincitox, Ootohor 1. Tho Second
National b ink has resumed currency pay
ment. Thu public debt statement shows a re
duction of $1,001,107 during thn past
I'IMIMO DEIir bTATKHKST.
Six por cent, bonds, ?l,23S,0O0,2OJ; five
percent, bonds, $ISS,o07,:t00 ; total coin
bonds, ?1,723,5C7,500; lawful money debt,
$1-1,1178,000; iiiitlirud dnbt, $15,7111,1.10;
legal tender notes, 5:130,070,711; certifi
cates ot deposit, $11,250,000 ; fractional
currency, $1(5,229,301 ; coin certificates,
fa.1,035,-100. Total, . without ' inturost,
5JJ7.191.u3t. Total debt, 31,201, 100,101.
Total Interest, $32,083,52.1. Cash in
treasury, coin, $30,210,707; cash in treas
ury, currency, $3,289,0:12 ; special deposits
hold for redemption -of certificates of de
posit as provided by law $11,2.10,000.
Total In treasury, t 1,885,780. Debt, loss
cash In troiiury, 2,138,703,9''. Do
cronso during tho month, 1,001,107.
Hands issued to tho l'ablflio railroud com
panlos,'intoroft piyable in lawful money,
principal outstanding, $01,023,612; inter
est accrued and not paid, $909,332; intur
ost paid by tho UnitoJ States, . 520,117,-
ySOplntorest ropaid by transportation of
mails, oto, 1-1,422,111; balanco of inter
est paid by the United States, i fl 0,0.-,-871.
(iiMTiNO ovisu ir.
Cincinnati, October 1. Thero has
been no dav bofor., slt.ee Dm OnnnelHl ,!la.
turbanccs assumed a very serious aspect,
that thero has boon so much hopofulnots
bora as to-dny. It was apparent at tho
opening of change, rind manifested itself
to thu close. The general markots, gavo
evidonce of returning vigor, and though
business was' mainly confined to j hbing,
sales were of such amount r. shows con
aidornhlo revival of confidonco in the
banks und hanker. It probably has
been tho quietest day for tho lust ten days
"Improved," wa tho common remark
throughout tho day. A noticiiblo feature
was un Incrotno of tho amount of curren
cy in tho street, much of which was placed
at decidedly lower rate" than yesterday,
with returning conlldonoo, as also appear
ing from many quarters a desire for Nuw
York to dejignalo at tho earliest possible
period somo day for currency resumption
in that city.
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KROM DION VE!
un: r. . ins w. hta iiox on pikk'i i-kaw
Dk.nvku, October 1. Tho I'nited
Status signal station on the summit or
I'ike's I'eak t mmrly cumplctnd, and will
be dedicated with appropriito coroninnics
onlhollth. Thu telegraph wlro to the
summit is already completed, and when
tho station Is lully established important
scientific disclosures may ho expected.
Tho signal service is 1 1,210 fuel ubovo tbo
levol of tho hea. Ono obsorver and threo
assistants will rom iin on the summit all
winter. Tho new trail leading thcruto
renders Its location accessible, excopting
tho most severe weathor.
mo r.ignin annual oxhlbltlon of
COLORADO I N'I1 STRIA I.
AShOflA I ION
openod in this city yosterday. 'J'ho dis
play in all tho departments will fr Cx
ceed any provious exhibitions, and this
city is already full of paoplo from all ,ec
tions of tho territory, and mnv from
Kansas and Missouri as oxblblturs'or vlsl
tors. KROU OTTAWA
1A1LKH TO APPEAR.
Ottawa, Octobor l.-Tbo roval r,.,.
mission mot at noon, U'he namua of all
tbo wltnmsos, who failed to appoar woro
called, none uaswerlng, the chairman an.
nounced thocommlsslon to havoexainin.,i
all tho witnehses who had appmroj, and
declared tho setjling closed. It U undur
stood that ono comuiisilonor will remain
to prepare n report, and tho others will
proceed homo and return In tltuo lo corn,
Mrssssi fMtfnfM fsrvrvvrvsj ft
FOR 12 1 OX.
l'AN'Atv,H.)dcmber 22, lb7.1.-On 4tlm
nf August sevoral shocks of earth
quake woro folt in Gualamal'i, causing
I ijouerai alarm J iiuwrvnr in-
Mli.iTvnv i' .t.i.Koi:.
at Pan Juan, walnorle.
t l'TAlS .NKLso.v.
A vessel called Fornando, dpt. Nolson,
reported to the govornor that there wero
a great many Americans from New Or
leans, who arrived with rille, etc. and
were committing excesses in I" atati. A
great many of theso filibusters wore
bluok, who disturbed the condition of
political adair in 1'niiama Mid keep bus
iness ut a stand still. Troops am kept
constantly under arms to providn t;aint
the attacks made by rebelo who urn in tho
woods In tbo neighborhood of tbo rlty.
M a inn ii, October 1. A Urge number
of Carlisls aro surrendering to the Repub
lican IrooD", In tho provlnco of Lerida,
with tho hope oumtiesty.
TIIK CivrrON PROI'.
Dimvnvim,k, Oololxir 1 (.'ntiniial
heavy rnlns havo damaged the cotton
crop throughout thu oiitlro lower end of
Grand vnllcy. J ho worin havo appear
od on a number of plantation in tho vi
cinity, doing much iliuni.gn. Tho low
land" urn covnred with revornl inches of
w.itor, slopping tin) work of gathering thu
The rhargn of Nus I'uuldie that tinned
United States soldiers had again invaded
Mexico, is untrue.
"Whim Urn steamboat Littlo KIHn
strande.d on tho Mexican bank ot tho ltio
Grande, tho army paymastnr, Nichols,
was a pasFotigor, with a guard of Unltol
States soldiers, who auiled in raising tho
oargo, nr.d guarded It and tbo paymaster'
eafe, nftcr landing it from tho wrs-ck,
FROiE ST. LOUIS
Sr. Loins, Ottohor 1. J. A. Stephens,
cashier ot tbo St. Louis Mutual Life In
suranco company, left his ollieo early
Monday morning and bus not sinco heon
seen, not is it known by his friend? or
anyhodv clip, whero ho is. IVovious to
leaving tho ollieo bo 1 jeked tho insidu door
of tho safe. Yesterday it being necessary
to obti.ln some papers from tho safe, the
lock was picked, and a p.ickago containing
$0,500 in currency was found to havo dis
appeared, and It is supposod that Stephen
took tho paclcago. An examination was
mado of his accounts, and everything was
found to bo correct. Stephens is highly
connocted, and Ids friomU aro not willing
to believe that ho embezzled tho funds
IiBMoCRATIi- STATIC n.VVK.S'TliiN
I'tica, October 1. Tho democratic
statu convention met hero at 12:30 m
and was called to order hv O. C. Dench
vico-president of tbo stato committee,
I Tho democratic stato convention being
temporarily organized, committees oncro
1 JoQt'lll! ""J pormanont organization wcro
appointed. Kesolutlons wero offered in
vlllng tho co-opcrution ol tho liberal re
publlcuns, and immediately Thomas J
Crenmor, contesting dolegato of Appollo
Hall party, mado a speech, disregarding
tho gavel and cill to ordor hv tho chair
man, and hisses and shouts of delegate,
Tho confusion was so great that only an
occasional word wis heard, by which
Croamor was understood to donounco the
convention; to chargo tho chairman with
packing tho committee on credentials, and
threatened to withdraw. The sccno end
od by tho convention taking a rccca.
loLKtio, October, 1. At tho annual
mooting of tho Toledo, Wabash and West
orn lUilroad company, hold in this place
to-day, a full representation was present
and tho following board of directors
elected: Jno. 1 Trucy, Illinois; Sidney
Hillon, Jlllton Oourtwright, Indiana: S
Casement, Ohio; I. L. Cable, Illinois
.1. 1). Cox, Ohio; AT. I. Crawford, Indi-
ana; A. Suhell, Kenton Cox, Wm. L
Scott, Geo. Ceicll, E. Kencdict, .1 . II. Ceicll
ahd S. S . l'lndjis, Indiana. AVhllo tho
election was buing hold, after the meeting
was organizdil and votes had boon cast, an
expalo preliminary injunction was is
sued by Judge I'ayno of Clovoland, and
was sorvod, rostralniug cortaiu stock-hold
ors from voting after tho election. The
now board was organizodand elected ox
Secretary of Interior J. 1). Cox president
IIRIOHTKR Cl'RRENi'V RK KIVKIi.
Ciiicaoo. October 1. Tho financial
condition hern this morning presents n
much brightor mpoct than yestordnv.
Tho rocoipt of currency continues largo.
Soma $.1,000,000 woro reported yesterday,
while demands irjion deposits aro falling
oil'. Sami! of tho banks have already be
gun to furnish tbeir customers tho usnal
accommodations, and tho prospect is that
b'jsinois will soon rojtrneiU wanted chan
nels. It is stated that tho Third National
hank will resumo in a few days, probably
by tho beginning of noxt woek. Thoro Is
a much bultor fooling In tho grain mar
kots, with an ndvanco in price.
FROM LITTLE ROCK
VKLLOW t'K Kit.
Lihik Hock, Octobur 1 -Sevora)
muro fugitives from Morshall and Jell'ur
on 21 arrived horu this evening, und
report everybody leaving Marshull that
can get awAy, on account oftheyollow
rttn I Ttn I
wiUinn l aw. pi, i'.
t Luffs' iM.tt, Octo'berllv- At a ineellng
of tbo cloarlng hiiuo"AH-ociAtioii this
.morning, by cnnuiion consent, the aoi:I
. ... . fh . .
lion uissoivcii tiiroutticsiaci: oi c-"n-
lion. . . ' 1"
Tho ileruliAiits' Dank of horitui-ky Mi-
uounces that It will jiay all hecks on de
mutid as heretofore.
To-day tho l'lantur' bank. l'oofdo
bank and Louivillo City National bank J
Withdraw from tho clearing homo associa
tion. Theso banks havo been doing bu'i
noss as uual through tho purile, pa)ltig all
checks presented, nnd will coiitlnuo to tl .
They withdrew from tbo association u
tho ground of no noccsilv for the cotuhi-
Rl Kit lll'Ro EMPNT.
Tho Ohio river commission met at thu
Gait tjotno UiN morning, with nlnetcm
mpmbers present, and organised with
T. K.Morehead, of relinvlvanl't. In the
chair; and .1. V. Saiipmeyer, of Ohio,
Geo. .M. Thurston, uf I'tinnsylvatiU, or.
thu special committee on correspondence
with thu secretary of war, through Gen.
Humphreys, chief engineer, reporUd the
correspondence with bltn, nod the approv
al by tho secretary of the recommenda
tions to congress of n plan to improve tlio
Ohio rivur. Gen, Humphroys signified
his approbation of tho Hoburts system of
locks and dams with freshet ohiiles. After
a lengthy discussion on the proper con
struction or dams and locks, tho following
resolution whs adopted
Hcsolvcd, That Ui board ol commission
earnestly requests tho congro's of thn
United States to mako tin nttironrintlon
sulllcietit to construct n dam und locks
wito a freshet chute, with tho object.of
fully toting thu practicability ol tills
method of Improving navigation of tbo
Ohio river and its tributaries.
fIRST NATIONAL HAN K.
Minneapolis, Septomber 1. Thoro
was u run hero to-day on tho l'irsl Na
tional bank which lasted several hours.
The bank, In accordar.ee with an agree
ment mado betwoon tho hanks, declined to
pay currency In sums over i'100. This is
tho practical modo adopted by all tho na
tional and .savings banks, with tho exeep.
tion of thu Northwestern National, which
is paying nveryunng. ii ismnss men ac
cept tlio decision of tho bank, and ennfi
donco In their solvency is well ittsurod.
R. .1. MKNOKNllALL,
a private banker and statu' savings Insti
tution, h.as dosud his doors, having mado
an usignmonlt Ho is a wealthy man, and
pledges personal property to satisfy de
pofitors. His Hstotp nro mora than his lla
Our manufjctnrors and business men
do not anticipate anything moro than
temporary omb.arrasmeat. Dusiness
prospects nro excellent owing to tho good
urop of wliuiit. Thoro is no wheat coin
ing into market on account of tho panic
FROM NASJ1 VI LLF.
Nakiivillk, October 1. Tho second
day's races of tho Dlood Ilorso association
was largely ntlendod. Woather fine.
Tho Hist race was for a purjo of $500,
PIRST KA( bv
rrankliii K li r, Arizona 1 1
.Mi,-(itnoon ii c, i.ainiil '
AleoeK i ch c, Currliiglou ;i ;i
GIIIe-plo'H Ii g, DuUan dl
Time, .1:40J; :HJ.
Tho second race for a pur.u of (3(h), 1
trowij i. cJi c, Jiiarter-.M:itcr.. .' ..211
iiearu it c, surey j ;j
voii water i cn I, l loriuc -I I
narrj n c, I.iiier ft :!
iioiinooira eh t, Florence I :i ,'i 5
-call I) I, l.:ijy (Ireenlield . . . ii dis
nine, i:i.: i:i;j; i:.iTj.
CLF VE LAND.
NORTIIKRN OHIO PUIt.
Ci.KVBLANii, October l.-Tho htteiid-
anco nt thu Northern Ohio fair to-day was
much hotter than tho two preceding days,
tho wuathor having beon very favorable.
i no trains leading to thn city brought a
largo number of vl.-ltors from the sur
rounding country. It is estimated abovo
3,000 persons visited thn grounds durinu
the day, and the streets of tho city wore
well crowded, lion. Geo. Willey will de
liver tho annual address boforo tho asso
ciation to-morrow. I'icknockots nreoiiite
plenty, and soino operations havo boon
reported, tbo amounts varyinir two to
throe hundred dollars.
W'AMIIN'i.roN, Octber I, I'robablli-
ties For Thursday in (iulf and South
tVtlantlc states, falling barometer, north-
east winds, increasing cloudinoss In tho
latter toctlon ruliiy weather. Fur .Mid.
dlo states easterly winds, imrtlv cl.nniv
warm weathor. For Now Kntrland statos
southeasterly winds, veering to tho touth
west partly cloudv and
i'or Lako regions variublo-southnast nnd
southwest winds and generally clear
weather, l or Ohio valley nortliuiu-lorly
winus, strong to southerly winds with
Ioudy or partly cloudy weather.
'Ihoro have been lllud in tho olll. o of
tbo recorder of deeds several instru
MiLWAi KKE, Octubur 1. The chamber
of commerce lias adjournuj until Saturday
noon, to cnablu huyors of wheat to havo
currcno hrro to pay for it.
1'iiii.aoki.piiia, October 1. At the re
quest of tho duotors, and by consont of
tho petitioners, tho order requiring Jay
Cooko & Co, to show why they should not
ho adjudicated bankrupts, has been con
tinued one reek.
SO fit no 01 SUS 0A PiW it.
'Jiyuijrin. October I. -E. O. Carroll
TosTgiiod hi i position on thu wharfboal
lo acoflpl Jithu suporinloiiiletic' of thu
Jai. O. Cloud, the great American row
est, arrived hero yeterdy at 12 m , atol
left for Sew Orleans at noon tola).
Nkw iimvan", fl.'tobcr l.--No atr't
Is. Dfpartnl - John II. .Muudo, .Mem
phis. V i'l,ui'Wl. O.'tober 1. Ilwivn: Glen
cou. I'l" I'll Cleburne. Cool ami
chludy. Hivur falling.
Cincinnati, Oelnlor 1. Iliver 3 lent
H Inches. Arrived, Charmer, '. aiisvllle,
Weather cloudy and cool.
N AMI VII.I.K, October 1. -The river Is
rapidly declining with 17 Ineiios on the
shoals" Weather clear and cool.
K avsvii.I.k, Ooto'our I. Cloudy and
mild. Mercury 17 to OH. Uivr ialling
sleHillly. I'p: I'ayette. (loo. U.iberts mid
I'. 1. Graeey. Jiown: T.N. Miller and
John S. Drandsford. Ituslness light.
NkwYop.k, October l.-l'lour in fair
demand nnd highor, and In vojy limit) d
supply) super $5 HVft S3; common to
good 5j .lO(,.i,fi CO; good to chnlco G ir.f.t,
i nj; white wheat N $7 Sdr.f n.
V hlskoy steady 1'Oef.oH.
AYhiiul u-oro aetivo and higher. No 2
Clileai:o $1 I' (.i l 12 No s Milwaukle
$1 I2l 45; winter rod Western .$1 00;
amber Western $1 03,
Hyontid ll-irley unchanged.
Corn quiet and a shado firmer; 'teamur
mixed t'.Oi-; whito Wfitcrn OHe.
Outs h fhado Itrmer: miai Wet turn
iloo5le for new, old in slt.ro 51c.
Sugar and molasses dull.
I'or If dull and lower; new inei $17.
Heel and cut meats linphanciHl.
Middles liriimr; long clear 1'Je; long
anu snort cicar lor winter ueuvery fce.
Lard lower; old Western clcain PJc
Cinc.Mio, October 1 Kiour quint, buy
ors holding oil'.
Vheot, demand active, advance, N-j. 1
5l 0'! No.2$l 01 cah or October 1 00
Corn, demand iictivo and advanced, No.
2 nilxotl :io; 3 cash or Octobor I It: Novom
Oats, actlvo demand and advaneed, N
2, 2!l ' bid cash or October ill jc.
live oilitt, No. 2, COfii Die.
Darloy, demand activo and advanced
No. 2 fall $1 30; No. .'I, OHc.
Provisions inactivo but tinner feel
1'ork, quothble 1 l',ccasb; for roiin I lo
Lard, steady at 7-jn cash.
Nothing doing In bulk meats.
Ilicon, nothini; doinc.
Whlskej1, steady, sales '.'0c in currency
Sr. Loi is, October J. Hemp llrm
ooinmon to choice undresieil 7ti)i!c.
I-lour dull and unsettled; small bui
ne; range from $1 00 to S 50,
Vheat firmer and closed higher, No
spring?!; No 3 red fall 51 2Hom ::; No
2 fnll noirinal 1 5').
Corn firm; tO 2 mixod 40f7i)'lc c&sh
Uats higher; No 2 32.J7)32c cash.
Hurley unchanged; No 2 spring $1 3"
Kyodnll; No"2 Oiio.OSc.
I'ork dull, $ic.
Drv salt meat dull and nominal.
Macon dull; clear rib In car loud lots
9c. Clear sides 91c.
Lard very dull; country 7e; refined
Orocories dull. Klo cotfeo 23(.,2Sc
l.ouuinna sugar '.ijojc.
AVhlskey stcaily. 93c.
Cattle dull and lowor; Texn f 7.3-
Hogs dull; 13 C3I.
Nkw Orleans, October' 1. l-'lour in
HiHid locil ilemnnd ; superfine io 50; XX
i' ou; --. to T.2) S5; lumlly 5
Corn scarce; mixed 71(Ti,72o; whito 7
Hay firm; primo cbohu ?27 00.
I'ork dull at 17c.
Dry suit muats dull; shoulders do ; br.
con in letter demand ond firmer; should
em OfitAUc ; clear rib'.IJo: clear Kfibllc
Lard activo: tlorco KlCoi'c: ket: unlet
huixarnnd molaue.s nothing dolnif.
Whiskoj firmer and in bettor demand;
Itouislana 9l34'.wc ; hvansvlllo Sc ; ( in
cinati $1 05.
Coll'co at 'J2f?i23e.
t'ornmeal at 13 15.
Mkmpiii", October I. Kiour Hteadvat
7 50&7 90.
Oorn, no roports.
Oats firm at 17c.
Corn meal firm at $.1 10.
Dacnn quiet; shoulders 9c; sides 9o.
Lard dull and nominal.
.mi'Ll.V S: WKHI.,
Commissi on M k u c ii ants
COHNTHY l'KODCCK, GIU1N,
I'loiu , Meitl, llneiiii, llir.
Nil. fi IIiiW.MIIi's llow,'
MJil2vr-pi-IIS. TE CTJr.
fTrl.llicr:ll ndv.'IIK'Oi on eon.i",i .i
I'artlos wMilui: to l.een nn.ii.tl It ( I II III s
ninrkft will please send in til its.-.
.'llllt liflkllis'is.a swill
oi MemphK 'ruiiT.cjif.oit.
I). A VKItH, ,1 AVKim.
AYK11S A (JO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MKltUHANTS
No, 78 Ohio Lkvke, Caiko, Illh.
jgjHOOK FOR THE MILLIOH
lily ra". iiurn;Lln:o,k o Ii5-1r.d i,
conlsioplM. uitrrl.ilr.iMI ?J'0,"0, "'"'In
sstiout tli liouw , ' J llld rl"lj
ork.no uiour . rJiiMS ! "". I rn Or. Hum'
sms.llui. III. Vm '.'' Ss-f.lurBt.ls j.ur
CIIAUItESTON CLASSICAL ACADEMY
This Is a rdiool lor botli Hexed. PnU kirn.
fion lieKan September 8, Couri.6 of Btudy
I'lllhracCM Ulielulit and moilrrii liniiriinueM.
matheinatlcii, nelenccs, KiikIUIi literature,
iiiuslc, wax work, painting, drawing, etc.
For catalogues coutafnlnir fulliiartluular.
i,uuiirc o. 4', uiis.-s.MjtK, s'riucipai.
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W. 11. Morn i,
II. II LilU
,1u. I'uli ti U. H. Ooru
KIIIK, HULL, OAKUO, LI VE SlOUK
ACCII HUNT, f.lKK,
9 O K A W CJhl.
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KAII.WAT I'AWiHMlKIW A MiritANOR
AsvhIi. , , M ffHt(irii ii
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SA KFOKD, MOliTlIS At (JANDKK,
71 Ohio I,-c-.
FIU13 AND MARINE
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4o, Iiium at r's n f"rl.lf iouu l, f,rt
mant-Dl vfenrltr will rrnl.
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shufof ihtir pHtrofUi-r.
TEUTON ! A LIPK LV3UKANCK
OK ClilOAOO, ILLINOIS.
OKNT'l-OrFicic, 172 Waciii.noton.St.
I his Uenn.an Life Insurance Uompau)
(,'iiaranteci' not only I'ald-up I'ollcles but
al-o a Value In Ooh on the Non-forfeiture
fOUN A. UUOK, - . . President
O. KNOUKLSDOItf", - . - Hocrotary
JOHN Y. l'ltUKfii,
Ai;jnt for Cairo and vlcfulty.
Ai-sociatJoti for promotlnir Life ln,ursnr
and hick Keller by weekly dues and mutual
eo-oporallon In objects of publlo banetlt.
Ihc l.lle Insurance 1'ollclea will bo I.micI
by the Tmitonla Life Inmraneo Company,
II. MKYKK3, 1'rosldont.
JOUN' W. l'KUKSS, Ao't.
(Open Day ind Nlbt.)
.). K. l'AKKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th mid fith trtlt-t,
MKAIS AT ALL HOtfltS.
A lint, new Dlnlni,' Hall with every cou.
cnlcnee Un been added to this popliUi
Itctauraiit, ami the jjtu-sts will linu eu-ry
equl-lte lor Uiulraccoinodatlon.
TUK llll.lt OKKAUK
:on-ltio! ecry mb'tantlal and dillc.aey ol
is kiipplled with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS, .VINES & CIOA HS
CtTMIied drlnkf proparcd with care.
WIIITH & CO.,
(Hiiet i'rMirs to 1.. .Lirycn-M ii,!
UKU.l lIM IS
St a riti: an i) 1''a sex (I uockii i na
IIOOT.S, SliOKS, Ac.
Ami in Couiitty 1'ioiluco of all kinds,
oriiei- of Twentieth fetrccf,
ITTf'A t-limil v of choice blltter from not Hi
em diiirli I'oiiKta'itl)' on liauil.
(I's irlnrul tf ireli 41, llfltt.
OITY NATIONAL 11 A NIC, OA1HO
A. Ii. 8AKKOUD, President;
S. a. TAYLUll, Vice-President;
H. HYSLOP, rjocretary and Troaauret
P. 11, IlABOlAI,
K. U. Ocuitwn".
n. r, uauipai.
Ieinlta of nr AtununS HclTe4l front
Tu CesiM I'pwnrda.
T NTKKEBT paid on depoalts at the rat of lz
I pnroeut. par annum, alaroh Island Bepieni
fjr 1st. lntroit not withdrawn U tdded Irume-
diatfilr to the prinelnal of the derin.lli. thnrnhT
glviuK them eompouml Interest.
UAKRIISD WOMEN AND OIIILDKKM WAY
(0 THAT NO Oltn IUS OAN Ml IT.
Od eyorr business dav rrom SLm.iaSn.iii..
and Ssturdsr ft".aa for HAVING UKPlfel'It
onlr. from t in ( n (-lock,
i DOOU. SlBlfB Bit" " vuiu,-