RICHMOND. INDIANA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 3. 1881.
VOL. VI. NO. 211.
WKKKI.V F.MTAHI.IMIIF.n 113 L I
Ail.t IxrAIILIXIItlt 1M7. j
THE SEWS CONDENSED.
The President remains about the
A general strike among laboring men
ha taken place at Oilvestoti, Texan.
The RuiMian government pronounces
the Leo Hartmarin travelling over
country to lj a fraud.
Arat nic lias txx-n fount! in the 8 torn
ach of Jennie Cramer, in quantity suffi
cient to have produced deata.
The loss by the Bierraville, Cal., fire
was only alwut 70,000, being much less
destructive thanat first reported.
Hie extensive rubber -works of Eu
gene '& Clapp, Bouth Llano ver, Haas.,
were burned yesterday. Loss f 75,000.
The health of Mm Abraham Lincoln
has so far improved that she has deter
mined to eiHiud the fall -with her son
Secretary Lincoln, in Washington.
At Scottsbur;, Iii-l., the stave, head
ing factory and cooper shops of Hapms-
ky & 8teinburg wen burned. The loss
is not lees than $5,00J.
A larire numUr of families in
Canada have teen rendered homehaw
and homeless bv the destructive bush
lire prevailing in that country.
The A parties are still on luo war
path, and almost every day bringi ad
ditional news of murders aud depreda
tions committed by them.
A t'200,000 fire occurred at Chicago
yesterday, the sufferers being Durun,
Jlros. Co., extensive Krixiers, corner
Lane and Frankiiu streets.
Maud 8 will be turned into pasture
to rest. She lias trotted over 4,000 miles
and won f JO.000, and h'r season was
only half finished when she retired.
The Industrial League of America
has addreaHod to manufacturers and
others a circular suggttnting the necessity
of a tariff convention in Chicago next
At Uhattanooga, yesterday, Henry
Lawmm, neirro, was hanged tor a crimi
nal assault on a white girl ou July 4th.
Fully 5,000 pel sons witnessed the execu
tion. He maintained a stolid indiffer
The drought continues iu Virginia,
and is becoming more and more alarm
ing. The James river is lower than for
i fifty years. Tobacco crops, and fall
crops generally, will be almost a com
The failure is announced of Wolfe,
Mayer & Co., of Philadelphia, manufac-
turers of woolen clothing, North Third
street. An assignment waa made to Simon
Bacharach. Liabilities estimated at up
wards of 200,000.
At Lafayette, yesterday, Albert Fos
ter, colored, shot and instantly killed
George Quinlan, an old man, for whom
h. was working. Tho deed was com
mitted in Quinlan's house. Foster was
drunk, and is in j'.il.
Ucn, I'nrr, ( n of (it-era and 110 Tien
Washington. Hept. 3. The following
telegram was reerived at the War De
partment thw iih rning from Gon. Mc
Dowell, dated Hept 2d:
The following was received from the
commanding General of the Department
of Arizona, dated at Prescott to-day:
A Tiffany tele graph njHrt from tha
sub-agency, that one Indian named Mick
ey brought word that a number of chiefs
are coining in with their bands, b it that
Pedro, with all his band and oth -rs, are
on the war path; that Carr's command,
including himself, six other ollicers, and
sixty-four enlisted men, were killed day
In-fore yesterday. Also that P.-dro's men
had killed seven or eight men, including
an expressman, between Aptche and
Saw Francisco. Sept. 3. A Tucson
dispatch says: The Sfr has advices
from Fort Grant to the following effect:
Three couriers have now come into
Camp Thomas, all bringing the same
cewe tht General Catr and his command
have all U-en massacred by the White
Mountain Indians thirty fivo miles from
Camp Apache. One hundred men and
even officers were killed The officers
must be General Carr, Capt. Henley,
Lieutenants Carter. Gordon, Stanton,
Orues anil Dr. Mcfreery. The White
Mountain Indian reservation is located
about 160 miles north of Wilcox, near
the line of New Mexico. Tho trile
numbers aliout 1,500 in all and can mus
ter 400 warriors. This ia the only tribe
of Apaches which have not been whipped
into subjection. They were moved in
1876 into the San Carlos reservation, but
recalled and returned to their old hunting-grounds,
where they have been ever
PiTTSBcaa, Sept 3. The early pas
senger train on the Pittsburg and Lake
Erie road, which left here at 5.12 this
moixing, collided with a freight train
near Humewood, thirty five miles from
the city. Both engines, several freight
cars and one passenger coach were badly
wrecked. Conductor Davidson, of the
passenger train. Road Supei visor Cor
coran, Brtkeman Williams and a la!orer,
whose name could not be learned, were
slightly iajured; none seriously. The
regular ;asenrs ( scaped unhurt. The
collision c iused only a slight delay to the
lew York Hank Statement.
Net York, tiept, 3. The weekly
statement of the assH:iated banks, issued
from the Clearing-house to-day, shows
the follow ing changes: Loans, decrease,
i. 163,400; "specie, increase. $18.5,400;
legal tenders, d.cr ase, f 59S.OOO; de
M. 1 .V .1' ... . , .....
posits, det reae, $7.75
lr.crvasc, $92 300;
reserve, ie crease.
$t.5t?,23r. The banks now hold
$1,120,000 less than the legal require
ments. rials .flanufarlure. la Daklia.
Lotdos. Sept. 3. A. preliminary meet
ing of Ihjhmen engaged in business in
London was held yesterday, and a com
mittee was formed for the purpose of co
operating in furthering the exhibition in
Dublin of Irish manufactures.
H.ported toy Teleajrmpti Excln.lvelr
for the Daily PavllaMlinm.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
BelieTed Now to he Daring a Deleterious
Effect Upon the President's System
UN Removal to be Effected at the Earliest
Condition not Materially Changed
from What it Was Yesterday.
Washinqtow, Kept 3. Executive
Mansion, 7 a. in. The President passed
a comfortable night, and is thought ly
the phyaiciacs to le in about the lame
condition as yesterday morning.
Washington, Sept. 8 Executive
Mansion, 8:30 p. m. The Piesident was
somewhat more restless than usual during
the early part of the night, but slept
better after 1 a. m. This morning his
general condition does not differ mate
rially from what it was at the same hour
yesterday, except that there is a slight
increase m tho frequency of the pulse
Pulse 104, temperature K8.5, respiration
(Signed) D. W. Buss,
J. K. Baknes,
J. J. Woodward,
Frank IL Hamilton.
Washington, Sept. 8 Executive
Mansion, 12:30 p. m. The President's
condition has not changed since the
morning bulletin was issued. Pulse 104;
temperature U8.4; respiration 18.
(Signed) D. W. Buss,
J. K. Barnbs,
J. J. Woodward,
Frank EL Hamilton,
D. Haves Aonew,
Washington, Sept, 8. Executive
Mansion, 2:30 p. m. There has been no
material change in the President's condi
tion since the noon bulletin. lie seems a
little stronger and better than he was
early this morning. At the conference of
surgeons this afternoon, it was decided
to move the patient from the Executive
mansion at the earliest possible moment
and Long Branch was agreed upon as
the place to which he shall )e taken.
Tho details of the time, route, methods,
&c., were discussed but not settled.
The (Inemtlon of the President. He.
moval Items; UitcnMed.
Washington, Sept. 3 Executive
Mansion, la m. Tht condition of the
Pn sident has not materially cha ged
since yesterday, although he was thought
tins morning to be a little weak- r and
less animated. There seems to le a grow
ing inipres ton upon his attendants that
he is legmning to be unfavorably affect
ed by the weather, and by the malarious
air from the Potomac river flats immedi
ately south of the Executive mansi. n.
The rank vegetation which, fertilized by
the city so we: age, and stimulated by the
abundant water and hot eunsmnc during
the summer, is now beginning to decay,
and since yesterday morning a faint ma
lnri.il m has hung over the ri-'er from
the -Wf.toi iront of the Executive man
siou grounds to Lng Bridge.
Almost every man who has recently
Ix-en engaged in the work of improving
the channel of tho river has been more or
less sick from malaria. Dr. Hamilton
said, yesterday, to CoL Cook, who took
him for a drive down the left bank of
the Potomac, opposite the flats, that the
President had not much chance to live in
such an atmosphere as that carried by
the southerly winds every day from these
flats to the -.vino jv-. s of hu ro -m and
that, in his opin;oi, the necessity of
moval is now urgent.
One of the attending surgeoin said to
a friend, this morning, that the President's
svmotoms had. he thought, taken on a
slightly intermittent character within the
past four day?. Wednesday morning
he seemed blighter and more
animated, Thursday he waa less so; yes
terday, again, was a good day, and this
morning the patient seemed weaker and
more languid. He (the surgeon) thought
the President ought not to remain hers
an hi ur longer than necessary, and he
would vote for his speedy remival. The
risk to bo run in taking him away was
not, in his opinion, as great as the risk
of allowing him to remain here. The
patient's condition has improved a little
since early morning, and ia now about
the same as yesterday. Dr. Agnew ar
rived at 11 o'clock to-day. and a formal
consultation of the full staff of surgeons,
with regard to the question of removal,
will le held this afternoon.
Cabinet Tleetlnt; Tne KeiMTtl of tne
Xiw Yobk, Sept. 3 A Washington
special says a meeting of the Cabinet
was called by Secretary Blaine last even
ing t ike place this morning at 11 at
the State Department. At that hour all
the members arrived and were shown to
the sjecieta-y's room.
Attorney G-jneral McVeatrh telegraphed
this m rning to the President of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company asking
if a sp -cial train of six cars could be
had owr that road for the ue of the
President, and whether arrangements
could iie made for a safe and speedy
passage to Long Branch. A reply was
received that the cars could be had at an
hour's notice, and that the road would
be cleaned f r the passage of the Presi
dent upon five hour's notice,
The Preaident to a;o to Loaar Branch.
Washington, Sept. 3. Dr. Boynton
was asked this afternoon what conclus
ion had been reached regarding toe re-1
moval of President Garfield from
Washington. The Doctor replied that
he understood that it had been mutually
decided to remove the patient by rail to
Long Branch sometime before Wednes
day next. A proposition la now under
consideration, the Doctor said, to lay
track from the Executive Mansion to the
Waj-hintrton monument there to connect
with the track of the Pennsylvania rail
war used for transporting stone. Fur
ther than this he said he could not talk
as the details had not yet been arranged.
A DAT OF PRATER.
Washiniton, Sept 3. The following
telegraphic correspondence is furnished
by the State Department:
Harrisbcro, Pa , Sept. 3, 1881
Hon. James G. Blaine, Becretary of State, Wash
I deem it fittinsr that the people of
Pennsylvania should have, by proclama
tion, an opportunity to assemble at their
places of worship on a secular day, be
tween the hours of 10 a. m. and noon, to
make public prayer for the restoration of
the President to beaitu, strength, and
the discharge of his otfacial duties.
Would it be inappropriate for you, by
communication from your department,
to undertake to secure concurrent action
in all the States? I ventcre to suggest
Tuesday next as a day not too near.
(S;gned) Hbnry M. Hoyt.
Department or State,
Washington, Sept 3, 1881.
nil Excellency, Gov. Hoyt, Harriaburg, Pa. :
Proclamations are so essentially the
acts of the supreme executive power that
the Cabinet has not felt authorized to as
sume its exercise, even for the object you
propose, heartily as they sympathize with
it, and earnestly as they desire it But,
it is entirely competent for your excellen
cy to communicate with the executives
or other States, and promptly accom
plish the desired end.
(Signed) Jambs U. Blaink,
Secretary of State.
To carry out the object expressed in
the above correspondence, it is necessary
that the Governors of the other States
shall communicate forthwith, by tele
graph, with Governor Hoyt, at Harris
The I.omm of the TIall ttteanier Teuton.
London, Sept 3. A telegram to the
Union Mail Steamship Company confirms
the account relative to the loss of the
steamer Teuton, and thit the boat con
taining thiity women and children, of
which it was thought at one time there
might be some hope, was swamped. The
steamer Danube has returned from the
search for survivors from the wreck,
having discovered nothing. The cor
vette Dido is still out in search. The
Secretary of the company writes that
further inquiries relative to the passen
gers bound for Kuysna have proved be
yond doubt that there were all of forty
four on board of the Teuton at the time
of her loss, and only three were saved.
New KxproH Houte.
Little Rock, Sept. 3. The Southern
express have established a line over the
Iron Mountain and Helena road between
He'eua and Forest City, thus placing that
section of Arkansas in express communi
cation with the entire country.
Washinoton, Sept 3. Indications
for the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys:
Partly cloudy weather and local rains.
light variable winds mostly southerly;
stationary or lower barometer; stationary
Ilfcieaoe In Specie.
Berlin. S pt 3. The statement of the
Imperial B.mk of Germany bhows a de
crease in specie of 680,000 marks.
New York, Sept. 3. Gold received
from Euro-e to day, $1,600,000.
New York, Sept 3. General Merritt
sailed for Liverpool to day.
CrwcrsrsATi, Sept. 3. Flour firm and onehang-
ei. Wht a. strong and hisher ; No. 51, red, $1
14). Corn quiet : No. 2 uu ted, 67o Oau dull;
No. S mixod, 4oc. Kye quiet and unchanged.
Barley dull and nominal. Fork qniet, Ju 00.
iArd finncr. Ill S5Oiil 4J. Bulk meat stronger :
t X10 iX Baoon firm, ft 73(310 75J11 &).
wtuaky firm at U 1 : combination Mies ol fin
ished gooda, 831 barrels, on tne basis of $1 14.
Clkvula iti.O.. Sept. 3 Petroleum steadyiniet.
atandard white, llu dearoea teat To.
The Itecllneof Eosjlimh .tlanlineoa.
Fail Mall Gazette.
On Monday afternoon fifty strongly
built and wel'-dressed Englishmen stood
round the basin in Kensington Gardens,
and deliberately watched a little girl of
tour years of age drown in two feet of
water. It would te a comfort if we
could persuade ourselves that this chance
sample of the notion all happened to be
so exceptionally thick-skulled that they
did not know what to do in the aaier
gency, but a review of the whole cir
cumstances admits of no other conclu
sion than thttt they simply did not care
to wet their boots. An eld man, who
had brought out another child ten min
utes bef.ire, entreated them to repeat his
action, as he was too feeble at the moment,
but none of the selfish cowards would
move. One hero nked hi dog to do
something, a d the four-footed brute set
the best example he could to the bipeds
who stared in astonishment at his prow
es- railing the dog. nis proprietor tried
the effects of a pole, hot the pole being
too short the phi.anthropy and invention
of the Rj-sembled company were exhaust
ed, and the poor rhiid was left to peri fa
ir any one hud said beforehand that of
fifty Englishmen taken anywhere at ran
dom twenty nve oi tnem, singly or hand
ia hand, would not have dashed, even
into deep water in a moment and on a
manly impulse, he would have been in
dignantly told that he was slandering the
race. Monday's humiliating proceedings.
however, reveal to us how we actually
stand, explain as we may.
It is never too late to mend. Which
ia why the cobbler never has your boots
done at the promised time.
AN ACCOMPLISHED IMHJ.
He Appear. I nilrnlBad ibe Una;-
11. la Language Conaplelelr.
British Colonist, Victoria.
Mr. Frasher Howard, the author of the
"California Calculator," is in town, and
gave an exhibition of his powers at the
Adelphi corner, last evening. He is ac
companied by Chunk, a dog of the set
ter breed, whose intelligence is so re
markable as to appear abnormal, and yet
Mr. Howard says every dog is capable o
understanding and doing all that Chunk
can do. The trouble is that man does
not understand dog. Dog understands
man perfectly well, and only requires
proier instruction to do his bid
ding in all things. Here is what
one hundred persons witnessed
yesterday on Government street "Chunk"
was sauntering lazily up and down the
sidewalk, when his master addressed him
in an ordinary tone of voice, placing
strong emphasis upon the most important
words: "Here! On the opposite side of
the street there is a new building. Cross
the street Enter the building. In it
you will find a wheelbarrow. Get into
the wheelbarrow and wait there until
call you back." The dog, who had eyed
his master while he spoke, and listened
attentively to what he said, slowly cross
ed the street to the new Belmont factory,
found the wheelbarrow, jumped into it.
and stood there until his master waved
him back with his hand, when he slowly
recrossed the stiect "In front of
that large white building is a hack.
Jump upon the driver's seat and sit there
till I call you." "Chunk" moved off
again until he came to a hack in front of
the postoffice, upon which he jumped
with the gravity of a real Jehu. When
recalled he was told to leap into an ex
press wagon on the opposite side of the
street He did so with alacrity, and
stood there. "Did I not tell you to get
on the seatt" shouted Mr. Howard, and
the animal took the seat Upon his re
turn a gentleman offered "Chunk," a
cracker, which he refused, barking his
declination. His master then took the
cracker. "Now," said he, " 'Chunk,'
tell me what becomes of dotrs
that take food from stran
gers." "Cunk" laid down on the
ground and groaned terribly, kicked
violently, and gave up the ehost appar
ently; bat rallied at the bidding of his
master to receiye a bit of cracker as his
reward. "Now," said Mr. Howard, "if
you'll say 'William,' you shall have the
rest of the cracker." "Willyum," cried
the dog, and earned the cracker. He
perfo:med several other tricks equally
surprising, and is altogether a wonderful
dog, having accompanied his master
through Great Britain and the Continent
of Europe, and astonished the natives
with his cleverness. He is the smartest
canine that has v sited these prts or any
Tire. yi. K. Hranham,
of the Columbus Conservatory of Music,
desires pupils in music. Instruction in
thorough bass, piano, organ, and church
music at reasonable prices. Itesiuencc,
21 South 10th street, augl3d3w
New llrase and Itabbitt Works.
J. IT. Wooler, formerly of Leeds, Eng
land, has tstaMinhid buainetw at No.
1018 Main street, and is prepared to do
all kinds of brans and gun-metal babbitt
work. Fine brass castings a s-cialty.
He solicits a share of patronage and
guarantees satisfaction in all work.
Having received the first mark of
merit for crayon portraiture at the Phila
delphia Art 'School, Miss Chandlee feels
entirely competent tf fill all orders for
pictures of any size, which she will do to
erfect satisfaction and at reasonable
prices. During her vacation she will
also give lessons in portrait and object
drawing as well as first lessons in por
Class lessons. 50c each.
Private lessons 1 each.
Call upon or address
Miss Flobkncb Citanwbk,
satAtucsawtf Vi . si. It chmond.
C?T. PATJIS EVANGELIC AIj
0 Church, South Franklin street.
Kev. ii. W.
Enders, pastor. Sorvicos at 10 a. m. and 8 p. m.
XT' REEN1S' MJEETrNG-IFTli"- KTKEET
X Sabbath school at 9 a. m. Morning service
of worship at IU M. Bible lesson at 8 p. m.
LFTHiTREET TRENDS SERVICES
on First-da v iSundavl at MM. and on Fifth-
day ("Thursday) at 10 a m. First-day school at 9
"llTHITEWATKR MEETING OF FKIENDS.
r V Services at lu M a. m and 8 r. iu. Meetina
Fourth-day morning at 10 o'clock. Sabbath school
at a a m. nugy liee, Seventh-uay ac p. m.
TESLEYAN METHODIST CHCKCH.
? V South Seventh street Rev. C.W. Clemens,
pastor. Morning and evening services.
E. CHURCH. COKNER OF
anon and Market Btreets. Kev. L. I.
Morning and evening services.
CIHRISTXAN CHAPEL SOUTH SIXTH ST.
J Near Main. Kev. J. L. Pars-- ns. itstor. Ser
vices at 10 a m. and 8 p. m. Lord s -day schoni
at i p. io.
(' RACE M. E. CHURCH. COR SEVENTH
T and Broad wav. Rev. H. A Bucl.teL pastor.
Morning and evening services.
1 EARL STREET M. E. CHURCH
Morning and evening ser-
Wakefield. I. D recto
, Services at 10 M
a m. and 8 p. in.
T7TRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
M. Hughes, pastor.
Morning and evening
evemns services. S&bbuth sc1km1 at a lit a.
1' raver met-tins Thnralav evening at 7 1
Lf NTTED l'KKMi YTKHI VN CHCKUH COR
) nerof Eiehth and MtilU-rrv sSreets. Rev.
Eiihn Simpson, pastor. Morning and evening
SEVASTOPOL M. E. CHURCH. SABBATH
J School at 2:30 p. m, and preaching is the
OrNG MEN S CHRISTIAN ASSOCLATION.
X Dkikinson's Building, corner of Ninth and
Main streets. Services at the county jail at 3 p.
m. Praise meeting at 130 pja. Gospel service at
3:43 p. m.
Railroad and Cemmercial Printias
Of svery deasriptioc
Done at thePalladiam Office
Uichanond Wholeeale markets).
Kichmoko, September 3. itU.
! CJts New. Joe.
Timothy Hay U O09la 0O.
Wheat tl afi.
Cattle-14 (KipiM 60.
Hogs 15 0UtiS 5U.
Sheer Selling at 3 00t$13 SO.
Iaiiibe t UUXS uu.
Batter 90fcte tt n good country
( hiokena fa 7jiH uu per doaen.
KSKS tie per doaen.
Ketall t.rocery narttec.
Butter g5. Creamery, SEe.
Canned Touiatoea ltl w ; per doaen, (1 60.
Carolina Rice lua ;
Coal Oil lie.
Cofloo -Oreen Rio, lS'lsfceo ; masted, l&d
mo , urewi tfava, ; roasted, to&abo.
Corn meal W 0U.
Dried Beef 2Se.
Dried Cnrranta 810o.
Dried Poaches 6o ; eraporatod, 9Ud4Ua.
Floor 3 OQtd&t 00.
New Figs aSc
Pepper 25(! u.
Prunes Turkish, 10c
Buoar Brown. 10b V lb : white, lto . srunU.
Syrup Stk7Se ) gallon ; New Orleans, S0v7u;
ZBBpiO, SJ IUL
Teas 40ckI1 00.
Vtnegar-4&A3uoV sau. tor elder: 40c for whit
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
INOTB. The market and Block reneeta elvea
iwww are quotations oi to-iLAr tranaaeaaDna. re
ceived by telegraph from the different elates after
la oo look this afternoon, and npoolal pains are
tueu to print tneiB eorreeaiy. Headers or me
Paxxadicii oan set these reports in no other
paper until the day following.
New Vork ITIoner aud stock ;IarkeCa
Naw York. Sept. a, lata.
Money, &6 per eent.
Prime mercantile. StS.
Bar SUrer, here, 1111,.
Bar ail rer in London, 61V penoe.
Exchanse stead? : 4704a fox loiuz. end IMU for
uovernmenta quiet bat firm.
Htete bonda dull.
Hailroad See art ties tairlv active and mnerallv
Stocks, after II o'olock prieea advenoed U tolk
per oent the latter Pacific Mail ; toward noon a
reaction oi bit to per oent. took plaeo.
6s. extended ....101i. I New 4va. oonponllS1t
New 5s, ooapon,..J01 I News 4s, ooapan lie
PaciQo As. 96. ISO bid.
Rook Island. JS5
Mar. at OirUst pre! 11
2d preferred 8
B. C R. k N SOU
Alton A T. H 40
W preferred ex div 96
Hannibal A Bt. Jo M
Hlinoia Central 13SU
Chi. Bur. A (Juinoya40
wnioago a aitun. li)4
. Y. Central
Harlem ,, m
Lake Shore 1SSK
St. L. A Hen Fran. 48
1st preferred. 104
C. St. L. A N. O T2
Kenaaa A Texas.... 40
Michuzen Oeutral- 0SM
tjensrai raoine . no
Texas PaoiOo 62
Northern Paoiflo... SU
preferred ...... SO
Looisville sN Ik. 96
Naah. A Chat. &
St. Paul J15K
pref erred ISO
Del. A Lack IM
Morris & Essex 124
Del. A Hndson 107
LotuaviUeAN A TO
Houston A Texas 8?
Denver B. G 8Sa
Bt. Paul A Omaha- S0
Buff. Pitts. AW 4Si
N. J. OentraU...- 00
Ohio ... 87 X
Ches. A Ohio 36itf
1st preferred 488
2d preferred...... 21
Mobile A Ohio. SSH
Clev. A- Columbus- H6M
nio Central 9S)4
L.E.S Weatern..- 62
Peoria, D. B 86
Ontario A Western 29g
LB.a W 42
mempnis A u ia
Western Union 8HW
Paeifle Mail 493i
K1IJI A!MI PKIMHIE nAKHETK,
Mew 1'srs niarket.
Nw York. Bent, s. Flour. reoelDts 14.000 bbla
aalea 13.000 bbla ; market quiet and nnohangel.
" uvn wiHiitaj m uaier a lavw ua ami ; aales
of 64,000 buahela good red September, 11 43 Ml
1 43 ; 264,1100 bnahels October, $1 41 48 ;
140,000 bushels November, fl 4876131 4J;5,000
ouanois uoceoooer, si oiiai uorn Mao
lower and moderate trade ; mixed western spot,
66$70o; futures, 70X75( ; sales of 276,000 I
busnels. oats a shade easier; western, 42500 ;
saies f 12S,uuO bushels, including No. 2 Movem-
ber,4&i446c Beef dull and unsetUed. Pork
strong end quiet ; spot new mess, $18 7SA19 00.
Lard about oe better and fairly active ; steam
rendered, $11.77. Butter in good demand and
very Arm ; western, laSla. Cheese lira, llc.
Sufcar Ann and fairly active. Molasses firm and
quiet. Petroleum unchanged. Rioe firm and in
good inquiry. Coffee steady and quiet. Freights
steady. Spirits turpentine firm at S'ie. Roain
Drm. Tallow Orm. Western eggs steady.
Haiti more . a,r keu
KlLnoBs. SeDt. 8 Flour steadv and anlnx.
Wheat, western, lower and closing about steady ;
no a winwr rea, spot, si k;i ou; BeptemDer,
II 39 asked : October, tl 44iol 44 : November.
II 4S1 49; December, fl 60. torn, western.
tower ua neiiiectea : mixe'i spot, one : neoteinDer.
ono aaxea; iwtoDer, V2t472e; november.
76; steamer, 660 bid. Oats stronger; western
white. : mixed. UkH5oo : Pa. SOASila. Htil
dull at tl lii(2l 12. Bar unohanssd. Proriaiona
unchanged and firm. Batter firm ; western grass,
144'22o. Eiziis dull. 16il7o. Petroleum nnchans-
ed. Coffee quiet and unchanged. Brurar firm:
asuisvo, nu7 iwauj, Hfi av.
f blriLKO TlarkeL.
Chicxoo. Sept. 8. Wheat irregular : cash hszh-
er; options lower; tl 22 for eaah; fl 21 for
BeptemDer; i 25 for October; fl 7 for No
vember. Corn weak and easier; 61 e for eaah
or year; 03e for October; 64e for November.
Oats easier; 3Se tor eaah; BHe for October;
3o for November. Rye, fl 09. Whisky, fl IS.
Barley, 11 00. pork strong and inaher : 118 2fi for
cash; tlH 1Si18 25 for September; fla 8618 40
for October. Lard strong and higher ; fll 62J
11 esfcash; fll 72i411 80 for October : 111 90
(411 92 lot November. Hogs Receipts &00
need ; market active ana nrm, so higher : light,
16 456 75 ; mixed packing, f6 00i46 to ; heavy,
16 S0i47 06. Cattle Receipts Sjmo head ; market
quiet and steady ; exporta, 16 90t$6 60 ; shipping.
1 OJ&a 00 ; butchers, 12 263 90.
TotBM, O- Sept. 3. Wheat, firm : No. t red
cash, fl 39; September, 1 ; October, fl 41;
November, tl 44 ; December, fl 46. Corn steadv:
No. 2 cash, 64 e; October, 650 ; the year, 640.
ut quiet; io. a, sue.
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IS cents for five lines or under. For each addl j
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