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Restoration of Confidence forms
' the Theme of His Speech. .
Affrighted Dopesftors Pouring Their
'Meney Back Inte the Banks.
TJx Vmr of Twe Mem tin Age I Leav
ing tb People Te Uneker U Due
the Pe That There lias Net
Deea Greater Depression.
CiiicjIoe, Sept 13. Around a ban
quet beard shaped llke a horse-aboa,
emblematic of the poed luck that at
tended Chicago during tbe panicky
days of July, gathered the bankers of
Chicago Thursday night te de honor te
their guest, Controller James II. Eck
el. The men present at the banquet
were tbe most prominent in Chicago
and western financial circles. In reply
te the toast in his honor, Mr. Eckels
thanked his Chicago hosts, and contin centin
ued: WOne of the great dallied of New Yerk, tntro tntre tntro
dueiory te an account of a dinner there gtwa
tire months itsoe, at which I had the boeer te
baa guest, said: 'Amid the crashing and top
pling or western banns, the banners of New
Yerk, republicans and democrats alike, met
last even us and gave expression te their faith
In the nnaoclel stability of our country.' e?
"It can be but be a seurce of mutual congrat
ulation that the gathering of te-night Is under
ether and different olreumst&noes. The disas
ters then threatening, happily for us all, have
paesed away. Affrighted depositors, realizing
that tbey have done an Injury te themselves,
and feeling that the thousands of banklngln banklngln
strtuttens which they suddenly and without
cause doubted are yet as solvent an tby were
during the years of their lmplieK ooufl eoufl oeufl
donee tn thorn, are returnlng their
money, that it may no longer He
in wasteful Idleness, but again entering the
ihannels of trade, give life le deudened Indus
tries. On every hand is evidence of a buttered
condition, se marked that he who runs may
read. The paralysis of fear which se Insidious
ly esme upon the people is surely leaving them
It yielded te a degree when the president called
aa extra session of congress te repeal the cul
minating cause the Sherman sliver act Thf
advance has been marvelous since the heroic
treatment accorded It in the house of repre
sentatives, and the recovery ,wlll be eomplete
when the senate, under tbe oeercive force et
puhlle opinion, confirms tbe action of the house.
"Frem January 1 te the 15th of AiutiMl, ent
hundred and fifty-four national banks, undci
the pressure of various causes, cloned tbclr
doers, but mere than S.8W remained unshaken.
Surely the percentage of dosed bonks vas net
sufficiently large te make the most d espendent
believe the system was filling. Was there net
cause for encouraging opinions when it wes
found that almost one hundred of the num
ber were absolutely solvent and would
reopen for business! Should the prompt re
sumption of sixty-one nations! banks, stroegor
than at their dosing, and the knowledge that
mere than half that number were preparing te
de the same, lead te any ether opinion than
that the outlook must be brightening? Should
reports el deposits largely in excess of with
drawals at each reopened bank, and returning
oeondonoe In e-aeh cemmuulty where located,
be a seurce e depression instead of en Inspira
tion te hopef I could net have spoken ether
than I did and maintained the truth.
"In conclusion, lt me bespeak what I knew
te be the sentiment of the American poeplc
when I say that te the aonxervaUve, wise
and Judicious course pursued by the backers
et this euuntrjr Is due tn the largest measure
the fact that there has net been greater de
pression. The politician and t -e carping
critic may find fault, but the thoughtful citi
zen, unbUscd and unprcjudlced, seeking
neither veirs nor notoriety, knows that the
course which ha been pureucd here and
elsewhere ty tbe Interests here represrtiusl.
has prevented a panic that would have gath
ered within Its swtwp every business interest in
tbe country In a great emergency the bunk
ers of this country hxve risen te the full
measure of their repenslblllty, and meeting
it have earned people's thanks The experi
ence through which we have pissed has been
se costly that hereafter no party Mill Juggle
with .the country's Interests for the, sake of
political advantage." .
The Itnpublleans In tike Heuse lU-fuwMl te
Vet In Order te Urmk Querum.
Washington, Sept 15. The galleries
of the house were pretty well filled
Thursday morning in anticipation of
the preliminary skirmish ever the
Tucker bill for the repeal of the federal
Strange te say, Mr. Burrows, who
divides with Mr. Reed the leadership
of the republican side, surprised the
house by beginning at the jump a
species of covert filibustering te pre
vent the report of the bill te the house,
lie was standing in the center aisle
while the chapluln was praying for
peace and harmony, and as seen as the
invocation ceased lie asked unanimous
consent that the call of committees for
reports be dispensed with.
Mr, Tucker, the author of the bill, as
well as ether democratic members who
are interested in wiping the federal
election lawn from the statute books,
prieked thelr ears. "I object," shouted
Mr. Tucker. Mr. Burrows then moved
th,at the call be dispensed with. It be
ing evident that Mr. Burrows intended
te go te a show-down of hands Mr.
Tucker called for 'the yeas and nays.
It was apparent as the roll call pro
ceeded that tbe republicans were grim-'
ly resolute and that Thursday's fight
wr net te bejdmply a passing brush.
They remained in their seats, impas
sively refusing te vote in order te break
A number of the administration dem
ocrats reflecting' en the white house op
position te the present' consideration of
tbe bill jojned with their republican
cellpagucs across the aisle und also re
fused te answer te their names. When
the spealter announced the result ei
the vote aye 4, nays 1(W, the point of
quorum was made, whereupon, a call of
tbe house was ordered.
The call of the house developed the
presence of 1A0 members. The doers
were ordered closed, and the messen
gers of the Bergeanfc-at-arms were dis
patched in all directions te bring in
absentees. The house had settled
i Mown te a long hand-te-hand oentost
Ilea a I'euy,
Mxsbiixen, 0., Sept. IB. Fer a purse
"of 5100 Tem Williams, of Canal Pulton,
Sfii well known snrinter. was matehud te
r run one hundred yards against a pony
M 'owned by James Leng, of Cunten, the
course being uity yams una turn.
'Williams wen by about forty feet, in
" twelve seconds.
Ul,h4kltnl Mnli lliirmr V.ltir N'rtCfrfMllL.
AiiKitiiEEN, Miss., Sept 15, A mob
Thursday night hung two men und two
len, ull Negroes, for poisoning
.Thps. Woodruff and five children with
rough en rats.
i 1 ,
has become thin,
and keep the scalp
clean and healthy, use
It prevents the hair
from falling out
or turning gray.
J. J. FITZGERALD,
Plumber, Gas ami Steam Fitter!
-11 West Second Street,
Jew el (las Steves. MAY8VILLK, KY.
CnCHHAN & SONS,
ATTUHNKTS AT LA r,
IIOIIT. A. COCHltAN
A. U. J. COCHltAN
WM. D. COCI1HAN
LEAD TO PROSPERITY.
$Bear This in Mind
AMD WHEN YOU
Allen A. Edmonds
Orders Solicited fcr Anything That Can Be
Printed With Type.
Acrne Mixed Paints,
ALL C0L0I19, READY FOR USK.
Pure White Lend, Vnrnlslics, Celers,
Dry nml In Oil, Paint Ilruslies. Whlte
Wash Ilruslies, Oils for Painting, Mu Mu
chlnery, &c, White Enamel for Frames,
Stands, ,1c, Mack Knnreel ler Fire
Fronts. &.C., for suit' by
J. Jas.Woed, Druggist.
! H.N. SMITH, DENTIST !
ThtlaltH Lecal AHcrrthcticti for the
Painless Extraction of Teeth.
Fer keeping j-eur teeth and gums In order
use Supenln, hem teeth wash known te the
world. Ottice. Second struct.
Toe High Pressure.
In these days of keen competition in every
line, when the business m in is compelled te
bend his intellect and every energy te the
success of his business; the clerk, book
keeper, professional man and laborer, te
drive themselves at a terrific rate, there can
be but one result an explosion, which, if
net resulting in immediate death, leaves
them with shattered brains and bodies.
They are running at tee high pressure.
The strain is tee great. Something roust
and does give way. This is equally true of
women. Though their sphere is mere
limited, they have their daily burdens, frets,
and worries, and the results are the same as
with their stronger companions.
This condition is growing werse every
day. The rapidity ei its increase is awful
tp contemplate, Our homes, hospital, and
insane asylums are full of these unfortunates,
and nre being crowded still further, There
is but ene solution of the matter. Recog Receg
nire the importance of the situation at once,
and take the necessary measures te over
come it. If you have failing memory, het
flashes, dimness, nervous or sick headache,
biliousness, irritability, melancholy, sleep
lessness, fainting, nervous dyspepsia epi
lepsy, etc, knew that any one of them is hut
a symptom of the calamity that may befall
you, and even though you have used so se
called remedies and treated ith reputable
physicians with little or no benefit, give Dr.
Miles' Rcstorative Nervine a trial. It is
the only remedy that may be depended
upon for nervous disorders,
"Twe years age I used Dr Mile' Restorative
Ni-nlne with marked benefit, and later induced
my fin, who had been sick witfi catarrh of the
Madder five yean In the hands of our best phy phy
ilclatu.tetry It together with Dr. Mile1 hene
and I.lTcr rills. He wa te wonderfully benefited
Hint he 1 attending te buiIneM egaln My wife
n'xe ued Nervine with met excellent results.
VII of us together have net ucd mere than fix
Miles of Nervine. Several of our friends hnve
ill. ued It, and are preatly lmpreted 'r-LeuU
Oll.bs, lluclier A Olbbs Plew Ce., Canten, Ohie,
Dr Miles' Reterathe Nervlne is sold by all
InigRlitaena positive guarantee, or sent by Dr
Mile Medical Ce., Klahart, Iml.. en receipt of
price, i pcrMtle,lxbetiles,J5. express prepaid
it Is restively free from opiates or danjsreus
drugs. Free book at druggists, or by mall.
Pe-q In Indiana by " Man Wbe ICnews
Illm-A Sberler font 'After I1U
Without BsccM. " p. f
IjteiAArOLia, 6epL 1& The polleo
autlierltics were notified Thursday
afternoon that one of their detectives
had fiushed BUI Dalten, thonetod vest
ern bandit and train robber, and. bis
gen in a freight eeu- at Eamone, setae,
forty mflrie. b6uh of pi'is efty en Ke
vincerinei railroad, The request fol
lowed that a lookout be kept for'them
In this city, as there waa a possibility
that, having1 been recognized, they
might change their course and
strike for Indianapolis. Further details
show that while Detective Sam ,1
Sanders, employed by the Indiana-polls
and Vinoennes Railroad Ce., was hunt
ing for tramps who had secreted thorn thorn
selves In a freight ear he looked into
one ear and recognized Dalten, whom
lie had known in the far wefjt He im
mediately ran iet the telegraph station
and warned the Bberiir et) Spencer of
his discovery. When the tram pulled
in at Spencer it found the ftberlfT nud
several hundred moo, armed te
the teeth, In waiting, but the gong
failed te show up. It is suppesed that
after dlsoevexy by the detective the
gang made for tbe hills and are new
trying te Becrete themselves in the wilds
of Beene county. Once within the
fastnesses of that county it would be
very difficult te smoke them out The
railway company places full confidence
in Sunders, and ure inclined te believe
that he really saw Dalten and his
gang. Dalten originally came from
the southern part of this state, and it
is possible that he Is malting his way
te his old home. If it be true that the
detective made no mistake, then Dalten
and his crowd passed through this city
before reaching Ramenu.
OHK) SOLDIERS SUNSTRUOK.Q
Over a Hundred Men PreMratd by Ilrat
IXirini; tbe Ifcty.
Ciiicaoe, Sept. 15. One hundred and
fifty-two prostrations were reported at
the Exposition hospital, at the 'World's
fair, Thursday. A large portion of the
victims of the heat came from the
Ohie National guard, which parad
ed through the grounds at mid
day in marehing order. The most
serious case were: Albert Rew, Com
pany L Third rogimeut, sent te St.
Luke's hospital; may die. K. Kunus,
Third regiment, sent te St. Duke's hos
pital, may die.
The commands marched in at 10
o'clock, and it was 8 o'clock in the af
ternoon before they get through march
ing. By 4 o'clock no less than forty
five members of the Third and Four
teenth regiments, from Ohie, were
given te treatment at the Emer
gency hospital. Se rapidly did
they fall out, and se numerous
were the cases of sun exhaustion,
that two extra ambulances were put in
service, and every surgeon ei the corps
was en duty at the hospital Besides
the forty-five treated at the hospital
the casualties in the Ohie command
run up te seventy-five men, at least,
rendered hers de combat. Many fell
by the wayside who were net taken te
tlie hospital. Of the ether easea neue
will prove serious.
CUT OFF FROM ESCAPE.
Twwity-Flve People t Letutt TaeuRht te
MABSHKiKLn, Wis., Sept 15. Tliis
place is surrounded by a sheet of fiame
in the weeds, and people in the country
ere fleeing for their lives.
It is said that at least twenty-five
persons have been cut en from escape.
Twe children, while trying te escape
with their parents from a burning
home, were lest in the dense smoke and
were alineat certainly burned te denth.'
Several small settlements have already
been oensutnod, and horses, cattle, lum
ber, etc., dostreyod.
The refugees are flecking into Marsh
field, whieh is under martial law. A
late dispatch says that appearances in
dicate that a fire as disastrous as the
great Peshtigo conflagration of 1871 is
in progress and that the less of life
may be as great
IT MAY BE EXTENDED.
A Preposition te Continue Uie Great Mbew
Until January 1.
Cuicaoe, Sept 15. After a confer
once with a number of foreign commis
sioners, the World's fair director's have
called a special meeting for next Tues
day night te discuss tlwj feasibility of
extending the exposition until Jan
uary L 1804.
It has been understood for home time
among the managers of tlie fair that it
would be kept open longer than Octo
ber CO, the time fixed by congress, If
the attendance in the latter months
seemed te justify such a move. The
heavy gate reoelpts and sudden increase
in the regular daily orewds gave the
dlreoters encouragement enough te
justify serious consideration of the
The Vulkjrie Sighted.
Newport, R. L, Sept 15. A report
reached Station Ne. 0, of the New Yerk
Yacht club, here Thursday night that
the Valkyrie had been spoken off shore
by a party of fisherman. She was pro
ceeding weaward. It has net been
possible as yet te verify the report,
though from the wide circulation
which it lias gained among sea-faring
men there would seem te be some
grounds for it
Rockpeud, 111., Sept 15. Three man
ufacturing concerns, which it is said
have practically been in the hands of
creditors the past three months, made
nn assignment Thursday, viz.; The
Union Furniture Ce., capital 1135,000;
Rockferd Mantel and Furniture Ce.,
8100,000, and the Reek River Planing
Mill Ce., $50,000. Ne statement h
drape Beeda Outue Itenth.
Paiikeimiiuiki, W.Ve., Sept lft. Miss
Lulu Smith, the fourteen-year-old
daughter of ex-Congressman C B.
Smith, of this city, died from periton
itis, resulting from eating grupes, the
seeds of whieh ledged in such a way as
te produce inflammation. She wen
takeu ill Sunday and suffered great
agony until her death.
We have Just received a shipment of new and
stylish OrcssTOoeda, Including plain and fig
ured Hep-gncklmf In nil the new shades. A GO GO
Ineli Novelty Dress Heeds at only 87J4c per
jurd; tO-lnch all-wool Cleths, in blue, tan nnd
grny, at 60c. per yard; Twi-nty lines of Cor
sets, Including nil the celebrated makes, such
ns Warner's."1lnll's, J. 11.. P. P.. H. & S., Woven,
etc., at low prices; also chcHp grades at 41, 60,
Ciand 75c, In black, white and old geld. Ask
te sce our Mc. unlnundrled Shirt. It Is h
BROWNING & CO.,
Ne. SI West Second Street,
jt Three Years Old,
One, Year Old,
Old Grandad is made as our Grandad's
made it no hop yeast, no wooden stills.
Our grain is worked altogether by Slop
Yeast, distilled en Straight Copper and
boiled by Furnace Heat. We also have
Old Peach and Apple Brandies.
1 CHAMPE FAKROW & SON.
MT. GILEAD, KY.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS,
And Housekeeping Goods Generally Always en Hand
jL J. V. VKEU.
China, Glass, Queensware,
WOODEN AND WILLOWWARE,
SECOND STREET, - Bet. COURT and SUTTON.
We take pleasurc in announcing that we have opened a full
line of these goods, heught in New Yerk at the lowest cash prices,
end we are new prepared te supply the wants of the trade. 'We
shall endeavor te keep a full and well-selected stock, and ask for a
liberal share of patronage.
NEXT l)U0K TO STATE
NEXT l)00K TO STATE NATIONAL
McCLANAHAN & SHEA,
Tinware, Tin Hoefing,
JOB WORK OK ALL KINDS Executed In the
He ITn. World's Mr
Parties of three or mere persons, Ladles or
Gents, enn be furnished nice rooms clese te
the Vnlr for f 1 per day each. 8tute hew many
cenilntr and when. Address
J. 11 NO KS,
Manager Prince Albert Hetel,
0437 Star avenue, Chlcntre.
Best Democratic Paper INiblishpil.
ONLY SI A ITKllt.
II a e T LJ IT Best woman's pnire.
PIaO I nC itcst children's dupnrtme't
iixat HnnwfTR te cerre.
It rIm anay a taluable premium every day fur
tae larjrrst dab rettlveJ.
Sample copies of the Weekly Courier-Journal
will be sent free te any address.
Wrlte te the
COURIER-JOURNAL CO., Louisville
i MAYSVILLK, KY.
2 50 per gallon.
2 00 per gallon Casli 3
J. 1. JYE.
Kctnll I'ilem in
Guttering and Spouting.
rpiiERE Instruments have enjoyed
-L ahlKhrcpututlen for mere than
terty j curs. They ure Brilliant and
Musical In Tene, and afford a most
beautiful accompaniment te vocal
music the tone having1 that rate
sympathetic quality which blends
admirably with the human volce.
They are Durable, being con
structed of the Best Materials by
the Most Bkllltul Workmen. They
have earned an especial reputation
for keeping In tone, and also ter re
taining In a most remarkaule de
gree their original tullnessef tene
never growing thin or wiry with
age. The Company, through their
agents, Iirve recehed several flrst
premiums during the past few
j ears, nnd their Instruments have
invariably taken high rank wher
ever exhibited. Prices Moderate.
SEND fOK CATALOGUE.
EMERSON PIANO CO.
174 Tremont Street,
BRANCH! Ne. 82 Fifth Avenue, Ntw Yerk,
8T0BBS He. 218 "Wabash Ave., Chieage.
MAYSVILLE, KY. W
' CdNPERSJED NJSS .
Ont'ti vred I'ram All Ta f We'OesWtaT r
The coal mines -in Herthern Franca
nre about te suspend indefinitely.
SI. I Ruchennet, minister of justice
and police, died at llerne, Thursday
morning, after a long lllnesa
QNethlni? is known at the foreign of
fice in Londen of the proposed visit of
the khedive of Etfypt te England.
ltenelt Mulen, the well-known social
lstic author, is dead at Paris, aged' 52
years. His death was caused by con
sumption. Senater Hill will make three speeches
in Ohie te help out Lawrence T. NeaL
He will speak at Cleveland, Celumbun .
There was a death Thursday from
cholera at Ashteu-Undet-Lyne, a maa
ufacturing town six and one-half miles
from Manchester, Eng.
Thousands of peer girls and women
have been thrown out of work in Aus
tria by the decision of the empress net
te use geld luce en the liveries of tbe
The Fifty-sixth regiment, O. V. I.,
held its reunion in Portsmouth Thurs
day. Many of the old oemrades and
their families were there te enjoy tbe
The big lumber firm of Bell, Cart
wright & Ce. went into the hands et a
receiver at Cleveland, O., Thursday,
after judgments en notes aggregating
$100,000 had been obtained.
Lieut Win. P. Conway, a well known
naval efilcer en a leave of absence, died
at Owonsbore, Ky., Thursday morning,
of typhoid fever. He had been in the
service twenty-seven years.
The U. S. cruiser Detroit, after ad
justing compasses nt 7:30 Thursday
morning, sailed from Fert Menree for
Rie de Janeiro, Brazil, under orders te
protect American interests.
Bailey Barksdale, editor of the To
bacco Leaf Chronicle, of Clnrksvillc,
Tenn., was seriously wounded while
en an L. A N. train, by a bullet fired
into the car by some miscreant
Sirs. Anna Rambre, of Pepe county,
111., during a fit of temporary Insanity
tried te hang her two children, but
wtit. prevented by her husband, whom
she then attacked with a pitchfork.
An altercation In parliament Thurs
day took place between Jehn Slerley
and T. XV Russell, the latter claiming
thut liberty increased crime in Ireland.
Slerley quoted statistics in proof that
it did net
Effect of the Brazilian troubles upon
the New Yerk coffee market has been
marked since September G. Quotations
have been ruining a few points daily,
and Thursday near options were i
cents higher than eight days age.
Teleix), O., Sept 15.- The republican
convention for the Thirty-third sen
atorial dibtrict Thursday reneminated
Senater Jehn C. Rorick and Thes. IL
Cincinnati, Sept f&.
Fleur Spring patent, a.W, ranpes te M.10;
fancy utt3 15 -aw. famliy, 2 75ae0. winter
intent quotable at taiO.c.'U', fancy at 2.T0S
RW famllj. 2 lb'Z.i, extra, ILUOaZOO, low
gMde. l 70 tl &
Wheat Murket Is very Arm. Salea Ne. 3
(te arrive) At CI He.
COKN Only consumers are buyinj, market
dull. Sales Na 2 mlxed.it 46c.
Oats Sales of Ne S white at JJ(c; Na 3
mlieJ (utarlj whlte) SOlfe. NaStmlxedat J8Kc
It yj. Market Is firmer. Sales, Ne. 2 at 50c,
Cattle Select butcher, tasosaee. fair te
geed, 5'iaOnaiO common, Jl.35i2.2S. Heifers:
Qued te chelue, -2.aVc.110: extra, Iil5iai3:
common tefalr,M.'-S,2.KX Cows-Geed te choice,
t2.tja(X). fair te medium, t2.00K; oem.
men and thin rough stuff, 73e&tl..V, steckcrs
si S03S.0J, yearllng; and gruzfng calves, tiOOa
Veal Calves Common and large, 12.254.00;
fair te geed light, 14 25 5.X, extra, 5.2i5.5a
IIegs Select heavy and prime butchers',
ffl 15(4. "5 fair te geed packers', fa. 908. 10;
common ana rough, tS.OQtt.5.75, fair te geed
light, ril5a.4, fit pigs, tS.7MJft.25.
Snerp And Lamus Sheep Geed te choice,
SZ75-J3.4J, common te fair, tl.252.sa Lambs
Shlpiwrs' extra, '4 7S:jA09; geed te choice, HOC
&4.&: common te fair, 510O'a.T3:
Duffalo, Sept. 15.
Catilb Geed light te fair ahlppers, !180O
4 2., geed cows, fZ.75 i aea
Hoe Opened strong, bet closed easv. York
ers, corn led, laWjlfeS. geed medltwis and
and mixed, (175 CM), fair te geed Mlchlgans
Shkkj1 Closed dull, common' grades no."
gleeted Geed sheep, E1-'VC3.M. choice weat-1
era, faTJt 00, dressed lamb, K 75 4 5.00; com
mon te geed, B 50fc 4. 25
, PirrsucneH, Sept. 15.
Cattlg Market alew and unchanged; na
cattle shipped te New Yerk
Hees Market active, fair te best light. 14.50
&45.V, 10 cars of hogs shipptntte New Yerk.
SnEtv Mirket steady, lambs very dull at
about unhanged prieca.
Ualtimehb, Sept 15
WnEAT Steady, by sample, 701,72c; en
grade, 7U&720. red westcra steady; cash and
September, W7JHe; October. 72M$72Ho?-De-cember,
Ceiw Whlt firmer at 5J3 Me, yellevr ttrmc't
at iSSJe; mixed western, quiet; cash, SOHe;
Scptember, 47 Se, the year, 49e asked.
Oats Steady; Na 2 mlxed, S2332e; Na 3
Ktb Very little Inquiry, Na 2, 6ia52c
CniCAQO, Sept 15.
Klouk and GiiAiN-Cash quotations Heur
Supplies lipht. little business transacted; Na 3
spring wheat, 7sa67He; Na 8 spring wheat,
f. a u, 03-1 ftJc, Na 2 red, MJiatSSc. Na i
corn. 4le, Ne. 3 40He; Ne. I eats, 2i5U-2JSc;
Na 2 white, f. a b., 30i31e, Na 3 white,
f. a a, 2tS0e, Na 2 rye. 49e. Na 2 barley,
nominal; Na 3, t a h, S85Kc; Na 4, tab.,
38e; Na 1 flaxseed, M 0331 O0y
NkW Yerk, Sept IS.
Wheat Spot market quiet and easy; Na J
red, store and elevator, 73c; afloat T3e: tab.
73c, Na 3 red 09Vic; ungraded red 6ft272e; Na 1
northern 73e. Na 2 red September, T378Kq
closing at 73a.
Cehn Spots quiet and eastar; Na 2 5l)f'
elevator, S&c afloat. September closed at q
Ute DulL WeattrnSiaMa
OATS-Spots iiale lower and dull, Saptem
her H083Kc, closing at S2Je; October 33
SJe, closing at 32Me; November SStfSSSc,
closing at 32Se; Na 2 white 373!3e; Na i
Chicago SaasflMe, Na 3whlte37e; mixed west
era 31387, white de S7C41a
PniLADELPHIA, Sept 15.
Wheat Lewer; Na 2 red spot 71H; Sep
Coun Options easy; September, Wa&OWc;
car leu qulet and lower; .Ne. 2 mixed, 5ia51Ml
sales of Na 9 fellow, 62e
Oats Steady; spot SSHe; September, 3
Tolsde, O, Sept 15.
Wheat Weak and lower; Na 9 cash aa4
September, 67Jie. Ootebcr, esej December, ,
71H0! May, 7Sa
Cen Dull and steady; Na S cash, 44c,
OATs-Qulet; Na I cash, SftKc;. Na 3 whlta,
RTi-Dull aad easter i eaah, im e,
Clevm-imeb SMcyt Kin n ssd S9
teiBber, rtl7M 09Vw,.4i Jaauary, H.7V '