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WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW.
St a DUN & C0.' REPORT FOR THE
fe October Trad Falls Behind Other
Ymm, bat Is Aeeoanted for Djr the Xtn-
imbh Daalnesa Dose During Ssptim-
twr-Dow the Iro Trade U Affected,
Haw Yonr, Oct 81. R. O. Dun & Co.,
their Weekly Review of Trade, says:
Swing the past week and daring th month
Am rolttiue of business has diminished lome-
what, m is natual at this season; but the
otober trade, in some branches and sec-
Uoti falls behind that of tho same month
fast year fact partly explainod by the
vnasa&l volume of business In September.
Distribution of goods purohaied does not
qnlte moot expectations, and collections aro
till slow or but fair in many quarters,
though tho situation in that respoct is more
favorable than it appearod to bo a week or .
two ago. I
Demands for accommodations from the
west and south are still frequent, and tho
drain of money from this point has not
eo&sed, though it hat Iwuuol in volume,
partly bocausa many balanooi have baan
drawn down to tho minimum, and soma a
plicationd for accommodation have boon ro
fused. Exchanges still rolliot a fair activity
In trade, and railroad statistic a movement
of products largo for tho season. ,
A consorvnt vo indisposition to under
tako now ontorprisej has appoarud since
July, and lias brought a timely chock in
railroad building, real estate operations
and some branches of manufacturing. Con
sequently, liquidation of past operations is
bow the feature of most interest. If that
progrcs80s satisfactorily tho outlook for an
excellent trade, in the future is good. Thus
far returns indicate fair program in sottle
saents in most branches of trudu and at
most southern and western points, but
sjome exceptions aro noted.
The oollapso of m my iron mining compa
nies of tho Qogebio range throws hundreds
eat o( employment and bring disaster 10 a
mult tude of small investors In their stocks
and to many tradaimen. At several locali
ties where real ostate speculation had be
aomo excessive a year ago, failure to mako
second payments is now producing reaction,
with severe losjos to many. All over the
southwest there are many holders of real
estate paper who are seeking paymanU, not
always witn success.
From mojt points this weok's reports indi
cate some improvement in collections, a fair
activity iu buainoji and diminishing strin-1
gency in money markets. At Cinoi?o,the '
mercantile demand for accommodations is
tmabated, though collections have improved
and shipments of money to the country
havo moderated. At Omaha money is easier,
and roal estate payments have thus far boon
satisfactory, but slow collection and much
prtsmro are no to.1! at Kansas City, Wiohita,
Cioveland and some southern points. Dis
tinct improvement appears at Louisville,
ifomphU und Atlanta. Liro failures caaso
come surprise at Milwaukee.
Tho iron trado still hesitates, and the mar
ket for other than the best grades is very
irregular. More inquiry for rails is noted,
kat orders are not up to expectations, and I
there aro reports of sales at ftti. Tho coal
supply is short. The wool market is in
better tone, though sales are not yet larg. ;
come improvement in demand for dress
goods is noticed, but the manufacture of
heavy goods is still ombarassed by inode-1
auato demand. Prices of cotton goods are
firm,,aud tho movement satisfactory. Boot
and shoe buyers ore numerous and prices
Breadstuff havo advanced a little, and
pork produota yiolded. Cotton is a shade
stronger, but oil four cents lower. In the
stock market gradual recovery has lifted
prices about 81.50 per shar, and the tone is
improved by some revival of foreign pur
chases. The business failures during the last seven
days number, for thy United States, '.)-J,
and for Canada S3, or a total of 316, as com
pared with v.01 last week and 215 for the
corresponding week last year.
Tho Nix Day Walking Match. ,
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. SL Of the
twelve men who started in the six days
walking match at the rink, only six are still
tramping the tan -bark. At the end of the
fourth day the scores were as follows:
Hoagland, 345 miles; Dobler, 335 milesj
Huffman, iitfS miles; O'Leary, 371 "miles;
Smith, SW5 miles; Messor, !2J3 miles. Dobler,
tho Chicago letter carrior, is probably in
botUr condition than any man in the
race. Hoagland has a knee which is prov
ing troublesome, and which may lose him
Um race. O'Loary has, lost all chance of
winning by dissipation. Unless something
nnforseen occurs Hoagland or Dobler will
be the winner, and Dobler's fine condition
makes him the favorite in tho betting.
To Ilreak Mrs. Stewart's Will.
Kkw York, Oct. 31. Rosalie Butler,
through her counsel, Joseph Cboabo, has
filed a petition for tho revocation of the
will of Mrs. Cornelia M. Stewart, widow of
Alexander T. Stowart Miss Butler asserts
that the will of Mrs. Stewart dated July 5,
18T7, with codicils appointing Henry Hilton
and Charles J. Clinch executors, was not
the original will, and further declares, that
aid will was obtained through fraud and
ttaduo influence on tbe part of Judge Hil
ton. Miss Butler is a daughter of Lonlso
C Butler, deceased, and a niece of Mrs.
Hartley Campbell'. Creditors.
New Yonic, Oct. SI. The unsecured cred
itors of Bartley Campbell have accepted a
raggestiou by Mr. A. M. Paltnor to accept
twenty-live cents on the dollar for their
claims. It is hoped that the preferred cred
itors will agree to tbe same terms. Mr.
Palmer says there is no improvement in Mr.
Campbell's condition. He is less violent of
late, but; the decay of his brain proceeds
steadily and he can nevdr recover.
Had to I'ajr the Duty.
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct 31 Col O. O.
Fisher, tho ex-consul to Srayi no, who arj
rived here on the Lord Oougb, with two
cases of wine, one intended for President
Cleveland, and the other for Socretary Bay
ard, has been compelled to pay tho usual
duty on tbowine. It was thought that the
two cases would bo admitted free, but Sur
veyor Campbell decided that the duty must
Escaping- Forger ICecaptitrod.
CoBHooro.v, O., Oct. 3L Edward S.
Ifiller, who is charged with forory, and
who escaped from Canton, 0., Jail was cap
tured hero by Mnrsbol Sbaeffer. Deputy
Bhorlff Woylaud took him back to Stark
Toples of the Time Olvea In Terse and
8 ploy Manner,
Rear Admiral J. W. A. Nicholson, re
tired, died in New York.
Chicago still fears the cholera alleged to
have boon recently imported.
Seven young widows at Pasth bare been
Arrested for poisoning their husbands.
Kitty Davidson, an Ohio girl, has been
arrested in Ioxington, Mass., for horse
Dink Buckalew, An Alabama outlaw,
killed a detective who was about to arrest
Feared that the schooner Johnson, whloh
left Clevoiand for Milwaukee coal laden a
month ago, is lost.
Lona Goissort, Mllwauks maniac, sat
urated her clothes with keroxeno and
touched a matched to thorn. Sue roasted.
Rev. H. M. Keck, of Xenla, accused of
larceny, has beon-trieJ by a church commit
too and suspended until meeting Of confer
ence 8. P. Cooper, alias James Davis, arrested
in Chattanooga, has confessed to having
murderod Augustine Stewart, at Florence,
Rev. Dr. M. S. Burko, of Joliot, I1L, has
boon con-ecratod to tho episcopate and ap
pointed flnK bishop of tbe Catholic dioceso
J. H. Armstrong, a crank, slightly shot
Will and Henry Knnody, formorly of Cin
cinnati, Western Union operators at San
Two men wore killed and sovoral soverely
wounded by the explosion qf a boiler of
japanning at the carriage factory of L N.
Topliff, at Cleveland, O.
Tho body of the supposed murdorod man
found here on a freight train, at Chicago,
has been identified as that of Barney Har
ren, of Bridgowater, Pa.
William Sudden, an engineer on the
Pennsylvania railroad, was fatally Injured
in a collision near Glonlock, Pa. Joseph
Dennison, flroman, was badly hurt.
Four of tbe convicts who attempted to
escape from tho Yuma, Arit, ponitontiary
were shot by guards. Superintendent; Gates
will probably die from his wounds.
Phil Cross and John ,0'Hara quarreled in
the former's saloon at Alpena, Mich. Cross
shot O'Hara, and was in turn was beaten
into uncoasclousneu. O'Hara died later.
J. E. Smith, tbe express messenger who
killed two 1 rain robbers in Texas, hu been
rewarded with $2,000 from Governor Ross,
and will probably get j,0O from the ex
press company, and $1,000 from the rail
road. A petition has been filed by Rosalie But
ler for the revocation of the will of Mrs.
Cornelia M. Stewart, widow of Alexandor
T. Stewart, on the ground that it was not
the original will, and was obtalnod through
A man and woman in a coudo drove up
to the Roxbury, Mass., gas olllce, nnd tho
woman alighting informed the cashier that
the gentlemen desired to see him. The
cashier went out and talked to the man a
few minutas and the woman left tho office
as he entered it, and was driven rapidly
away. Upon looking at his cash drawer
the unlucky cashier saw it was minus $500.
Washinotom, Oct. 31. Indications
Slightly cooler, followed by warmer, fair
weather, light to fresh northerly winds.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Quotations of the Money, Stock. Produce
and Cnttle Markets for Oct. 20.
New York Money 4. per cent. Ex
change steal v. Governments atea-ly.
Currency slxss. 121 bid: four coupons, 12Q?:
four-and-a-hnlfs. lOiJa" hid.
The stock mirket this morning was only
mod-r talv HCtlvo while prices wore 1 'regular.
: i hj opening prices were oM diwn to y&
per o int., but this was recov r d by tho first
lalL A 'to 11 o'olo k the ma ketiigaln weak
ened nnd ricea d dined no ? per cent.
About 11:83. oivover, on thp publication of
the banks a omo it t-howinu an increase lathe
b n t rcserviM cu $-',0 4.(60 th.-re was a period
o' bu in; which r s ltsd In a recovery to the
lo flgir sal thee s . Tjoohangos. as com
p rol with the clomg prices of es.tordav,
'o ht.'Ht, but In mist caws sh we.i ad
van es. Tho total day's sale Ainountud to
1,61 eh: rjn.
Rur.fc Qulnoy.. V&Vi Mich. Central ..
OanudUn P.umIIo. W Missuuri Pucillo.. &)(
CanauhinSouth'n f&i N. Y. Central.... 107
Centnil I'jioiUo. 38 Northwestern ....10 IM
O.. O., O.&I . W Northern Pacific S
UeU& Hudsin.. Ji rio preferred... 4!)W
Del., Lao. . V..ia7 OI1I0& MLss 23(2
DonvcrX- lllo G. 23 PaolHa Mail 852
Erie poconds. ... 27)b Rmdlng. u
Illinois Oentr.vl .UB Hoik Island 114
JeraoyOiiitril... 73 St. Paul 72W
Kansas & Tex is . SIH do prof erred... 110
Lake Shore ... 91 Union P,icl(lo ... 4U
IjonlsvlUo&Na).h t"j Western Union .. 77)
FLOUR Fancy, aC0AT5; family, $3.10a
WHEAT-No. 8 red, Tfta2o.; No. 2, 74 a
CORN-No. 3 mixed, 4313c; No. 3 mixed,
OAT-No.3mlX3d.27m2Ha; No. Smirod.
5U(T639c.; No. 3 white, -1)100.
POUK Family, $t&:ii3.50. regular.
$ia.i2 13.26. u-r,
LARD ICuitle, oM&7o.
UACOM-S 01 Uoleir sides, ftaSWkJ.
CHK S'C Pr mo to oholco O ilo, ll"4(ai3o.
POULTRY Oo.nmon chickens, $.0Ja.25
per d run; fair to prime, &US&i.75; choloe,
WOOti Unwashed medium clothinjr, 21
24c: tine merln , 17i218j.; coram in, lH(0o.;
fleece-wahed medium clothing, 27 (WSc.; -1 nb
lng i2i'Jc.; lino merino, X and XX, aiaJ7o.;
btur and o itta, UQUc; tub-washed, 80iJ7o.:
pulled. 27 58r,
HAY No. 1 timothy. $13.fXi:US, No. 2,
$I1.50U 0; mixed, 810.0)2U.OO; prairie. JIM
&iM: wnuttt. o its a dr a straw, $S.507.iU.
CATTLi 'lovln onoloo hutoiierV, $.2wa
3.U; lair, $3.U0).68: ommon. $1.00.1.75J
stockers and oe tors, UtiiM; yeavllags and
HOGi-8.lot bitchers', $4.5XM.T0; fair to
-io 1 ia Kinir. 9iii.ixi: iair,ogi iisrnt
i.lKJtW? common, $J.fi0iL.10; oails, $3.75a
HIIKKP "onmon to fair. I'JSOaViS: ir-wl
tnchilrn, $3.104.00 oommin 'o tx.r lombj,
IJioaU); Rood tocholoi. a6UQ.
WHEAT No. I i.a j red, JaMj.j No. 2 red
winur.jJfia; Nimmjjr U)(fc
O jltN AIIaoU, 6l4c.j Nj.embT. 63o.
OATti No. 1 wn te sta. r, 3,c: No.Z, iUc
(JAlTL-fJ-'i'Vai. 0 pjr 1W .bi, live rteCht
HOO -H.Si&i.iO Jdi- iW lbs.
BIIKEt'-$i.5Ji4.7i) pjr 10J lbs. 1ivj weight.
COl'.ON-Q.i.t. nifadll,, ujluds, ",
do New O leans. 94a Ojtobir, U.T.o,; No
vember. f.o c.j Uiojmbir, U.fUc. Jaiuary.
. V; Febi'uar, V. (Ja: Maron, .7Jo ; ADrfl.
9.81a; Muy, 9.8c.; Ju e 9.0 lo j July, .0.0T
CATTLE-Notbiug dol ik all tliroigli
con muo t; pluu u .-.tru, $i.7iv5u0
fiur to ooa, JLUliiLii; coramoa, kOJQkIj:
fejde.s, $J.u61.0 ; stoo; 1-4, $J.7.tlj; re
coil) d, Uu; salpmouts, o 1U0.
1IOJ& tftt u.11 a '.U-ingol; receipts,
2.700; snl monU, :t 00; r'u.Imielpliiai.fi.iVii
4.76; Yorkars, $1.001. 0; ojinuua toiAii',$SJ
SUrlEP Vcr dull; reoolpts, 1,-tX); snip
menu. l.40a Prime, $4 u S; fir to ooJ,
ta&aa'.5; common, $L003-.UX
s PURE s$
W.Sr rnr-nT M0
lis superior exrellenco proven In millions
ol homo- lor mon-tlinnnquHilerof a century.
Ills UHOri bj the United hinles Go vein men t.
H'ndniKeil bv he lieadu of the gieat Unlvernl
tlp8 a llif Hlrnnii' Kt, Purest mid most Henllh
lul..I)r. PiI'o'h the only Balslns Powder that
doN not conliiln AmnioniH, Lime or Alum,
tiold only in cuiih.
PRICK BAKING POWDER CO.
New York, Urfoigo, Ht. Louis.
Joyftil tidings to tho thousands:
the Mammoth Furniture Store of
HENBY ORT offers alargoatook of
Bran Now StyloB, at prioes on
Latest Stylos of Parlor "Work, Fold
ing Bod Lounges and Beds, Side
boards, Bookoasos, Wardrobes and
all other articles in tho lino of
that will make it interesting to buy-
ora. Our traae ib lnoroaainK, huu
to mako it boom, wo haro made pri
ces to suit tho times. Wo oarry a
largo stock, and aro tho drivers of
low cash prioos Como and soo: we
will treat you right. Bomombor,
square dealing at
THE HENRY ORT
Window GlftRg, Faints, Oils, Brashes,
Spongrs, Soaps, Combs, P.cr-
fnmes, Toilet Articles,
Mv stncir of Pnro Druiw and Chemicals Is
! ramntntA. All at tllO lOWMt prices lor
J. JAMES WOOD,
NOKRIES dc SON,
GUH AND LOCKSMITHS,
Kepnlr Ouns, Pwtols. lockfi. Ac. Ppeclnl at-
leutlon pa.d to repairing Sewlws Machines.
Office and Mmp on EaHt Been d Hireel. ,
AUVEHTlSEHb oy udilieM4ltiK CEO. H. HOWELL
CO. inrinruce Ht.. New York, ran learn the
e.Hcl com ol Hny propped "ne o Advertli
lugli American Newspapers. wio.Pi
HHiunhlel. IO orni
JT-st m lew of tbe niimcrpna BarsaluH ot of tfce,
completest stock of DRY GOODS ever shown In Mays
Velveteen. kooiI quality, at 25 cents a yard, folly worth 60 cents;
All Silk VeVvets, twenty-five different colors, at 80 cents a yard, nevor sold un
All siHc Plush $1 a yard, regular price $1 50;
Fifty pieces finest English Cashmere, thirty-eight inches wido, in nineteen 'dif
ferent colors, 23 centB, would be a bnrKflin t 35 cents;
Another Int of LnPelle Kid Gloves, fivo buttons, embroidered backs, at 73 cents
a pait, lowest Cincinnati price is $1.10.
In Lh (lies'. Gents' nnd Children's Fcarlet Limb's Wonl Underwear wo hnvo
ust received tho biBgest values in fine poods ever ofTerrd We take especial pride
n these as we consider tliem the greatest bargains in our stock. They must be seen
to be appreciated.
We rrserve the biggest item now for the Inst, viz: NOVELTIES IN FINB
DRESS GOODS! Having perured from the East, for lovers of stylish fabric?, tho
mostexquiMto Suitings in PI ids, Stripes. Chei-kBiind Combinations ever exhibited
here. Iheeo consist of entirely new effects in Surah Cloths, Merino Ciupures,
Camel's Hair, Broadcloths, Corduroys, &c , &c.
Proprietors of the BEE HIVE, the Cheapest Dry (loads House In Kentucky, where
all goods Bold mtiBtgive eati6ftction or the nvney refunded.
' Inn ln...us VIIaomK nn.1 llMimn Mi.ull.. I'nulAn t3ln... nta rPlMlI.. Tnini.1u Ti.hln I I..A..a
lug, uiaaiicn, u.cnvil I.MU uiwnu i.itiaiill, vnii'uu limn cici, iaklUJ( limri iuuic &JIifJIJ.
NtipkltiB, Undeiweir. Blaclt and Colored Cii'limere Bbawla and tho mom complete mock or
Ho-iery lor Ladles, Mls.se. and Children to be found In the city. I am d tenulued to havo
1 a hit: trade this PhD, and have put suoli a small mn gin on the original cost of the goods that
1 am sure to attract your attention mid secure your trade. I have uddtd to my siock. a now
una oi carpets, wuicu i am selling at a very ciose price.
Cloaks and "Wraps.
Have Jnst opened upiy line of Ladles', MlRses and Children's Cloaks, Short Wraps and
Jackets. Dod'i buy until you have examined my Hue ol tbeso goods.
A beautiful line of flue, Piush Garments.
You are respectfully Invited to visit my store and seethe bargains I can ofler you. I shall
be pleiihed to hxve you call, whether you desire to purchabe or not, as it is a pleubure lor as
to show the beautiful goods now In stocli.
J L , , m X Vl. . MoSRTlTiTi.
BEWOne door below the Pos'offlce.
WATCHES, .and JEWELRY,
HERMANN : LANGE, : THE : JEWELER,
3,7 Aroado, Cinoinnati, attends to all mail
orders promptly. Goods sezxt for selection to
responsible psurties. Fine "watones repaired.
B.fEWIT C. FKAHK1JH,
Office: Button Btreet, next
door to Poatoffloc
K. W. S. MOOKKS,
Offlco Bacond Btreet. over Run
yon A Hocker's dry coods store.
Kltroos-oxlde Gas administered in all case.
Gas and Steam Fitter.
w Orders promptly attended to. No. 95
Beoond street. marl 8
G, S. HANCOCK,
No. 49 Market Btreet, Maysvllle, Ky., for good
Groceries and Produce.
and everything usually kept In a flrst-olaaa
retail grocery. Cash or trado for produce.
VUonesi weight and square dealing.
BAS a STEAM FITTER,
Onrloy'anewxystem of House Drainage and
Ventilation. Rath r6oms fitted np with hot
and cold water a specialty. Also a largt
rOO. LeCt(f (W(f StOIB PDB,
Globe Angie nnd Obeck Valves, water and
Hteam uanges, rorce ana um ruutyo, nuu
ber Hose Uhandellors , Brackets and Globes.
Personal attention given to all work and sat
ls'actlon guaranteed, T.J.CUKLEY,
Ueooi'd street, above Market, opposite Om
odron'ii. vVville, Ky. HBdly
is lull nl newly-bnuclit goods, which 1 am ollerlng
veiy cheap in chhIi buycis. I haven Milenclld Htock
nl new Dress Ooo Is and Trimmings, lliavea'sonn
ln...n..nn ulnnlr ..I ff.i.....i EI..h.ijIu U I.. .. I. .v. UI..H
I have opened a Grocery on Beeond street,
one door below the opera house, where I will
onstantly keep a fun llneiif OioceMea of the
very bett quality, and sell them at tho LOW
NEW AND FRESH
and full weights given In all cases. I Invito
Everybody to give me a call and save money.
WI will pay ti.e hlghext market price lor
Butter. Egs, Vegetables, Ac, either In cash
or trade. Don't fall to call.
JelWm Q. A. MCCAKTHKT.
W. L. DOUGLAS
The only. S3. SEAMLESS
sud in me woriu.
Finest Calf, perfect flt, and
wuranteu. inrrost, uuuon
and Lace, all styles too. As
itrlua and durable as
mom oosunp v or o.v
iv. t.. nnnnr.jifl V.
HJI.SO HIIOK ezceu
the (3 tilioes Uvcr-
ntea by outer
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rKM a I
Bo alt wear the W. I DOOOLA8 83 SHOK.
If your dealer does not krep them, send Your naraeoa
postal to W. Zm JDOUaiST- toa, Mas.
Por aale by A. M. HUUKIW.il Beoond Btree
Remember that we have prescriptions writ
ten (or your particular cote, by one nl the
most aocoropilHbod ph.v iclnns In this city.
Full partcularn and smpiom blank sent to
any ndd'ewt on receipt nl 4 cent 8 in stamps.
HOPifl PRESURIPriUN COMPANY, i
(IanaoHtephenB, Manager), 4
slw4t 174 Race street, Cincinnati, O.
LOUISVILLE COTTON ant GRAIN EICIMGE?
Onlcago Markets received every tan mln-
Qtea. Orders taken for 1,000 bushels and up-
m. Offlce: trooper's building Hocond BU
-ftTISS ANNA FRA3SAR,
VO VJELTY STOBE.
DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
1 hve always on hand a mil supply ot
School DnnttH. and Imvp Jnst received a large
assortment of new Millinery Goods.
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