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RICHMOND. INDIANA. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1881. VOL.. VI. NO. 210. WEKKLV KNTARI.IMHElR 1S3U I IAI1,V WITABLIItHKD 1M7S. j THE SEWS COXDE.NSED. Million of dollars worth of lumber his beeo destroyed by fire in the Parry Bo and district, Canada. A. London, Out., dispatch .ays the cattle are reported dying on ad sides on account of the c'rought. FaniatcM have been comicllett to abundon tueir i.'-mes near Corfu, N. Y. by forest tire a hieh have attacked the clearing. . The UurmUaacy divorce suit was re sumed yesterday p. iu. The ei Minister wad present for the first time but h s wile was abaent. Ei-8ecietary Btuart, of the Brook lyn Board of Education, under $10,000 bon I to answer for the embtzzlenient of $107,000, is reported musing and it is supiMsed he has Aid. The Hew York RopuMicau Central Committee, last night, passed resolutions denouncing the a tempted assassination of President Garfield and expressing ntpaihy with Lu family. Justice Staulcy Mittuows new Wa-ihiui'tou City riai ltnca will cost $ J6 000 and wii'.. when complete.!, be one of IU) u tids tneit ujuaos in the District. Go yem r Fremont, i f Aiizona, and O)vi;rnor Orday. of Dikjta, wuo hve lM-e(i so long a'tsi'iit from tha r respective p.wtH of duty, have been peremptorily ordere I by the rt-cret-ry of the Interior to return to their charges The Mu-wicliusetu D mocratic fctatc O invention is called for October 5, at "Worcester. A committee Has leen ap fiomred to prepare and forward to Mrs. Jurti'dd re-'olutiois of sympathy with her wounded and suffering husband. Samrel Kantey wa taken from the j-iil at Oeu.villo, Kentucky, Sunday night last and htnged. ile was a hard case and was in pnsou for the murder of John Smith, a yoaug farmer, a few days ago. Mayor Or ten, of Now York city has cooiuianded tae police of that city to tke every possible nimaure for the sup p reunion of the stjla of gambling known s pool-selling on horse races, base-bill matches, etc The Michigan Fire Committee, New York city, has already collected $10,000 for the sufferers and subscriptions are rapidly coming in. Other cities and town, throughout the country are also tkvo In ti nu direction. A band of light four or Ave decrees in width and very distinctly marked was ODserveri in the heavens last night, ex tending nearly from the northwest to the aouthwest horizon. The phenomenon lasted about thirty minutes, and was seen in many parts of New England and also in New York Hiate. Bernard liehr, German, of SL Louie, after having dressed himself in his best suit of clotlies, went to the garret of his house, rolled up his trousers, put one of his feet into a bucket of water, cut half a dozen deep gas'es in the calf of his leg with a raz r, and sat there and bled to death. Poverty and strong drink cause 1 the act. He leaves a wife and six children. TO-DAY'S MEWS Hprlcl ay Teletrimpb Exclusively for (be Isvilr Palladium. 4 O'CLOCK! J3. IM AM bros e E. BURSS1DE. On the Up Grade. Much at any Rate u the Tenor of the News T-lay Touching: the President. lie it Moved From Hit Bed to an Invalid Chair and Enjoys the Change Very Much. Iteath of General A. E. KurnsiuV. Offloial Bulletin. Elbbkoit, N. J., Sept 13 8:30 a ni. At the examination of the President at 8 a.m. to-day the temperature was 09 4, puie 10U, respiration 30. lie passed a comfortable night, sleeping most of the time and on the whole his condition, this morning, is encouraging auifg'ves prom ise of a i;ool day. (Signed) IX W. Bliss, Fka:nk H. Hamilton. THE Sl'RIEOS SKXT FOR. from tbe TERRIFIC BOILER EXPLOSION. Two .Tien In.tmnlly Killed nd riirro mhm t' anally Injured. Jkrsbt Crrr, Bept. 13. By a boiler explosi n this morning at Beelman & Brown's dry dock, foot of Essex street, Capt. D. Ecker, of the tug Glad wish, and James Camtnany, were instantly killed, and three others were fatally in jured. The boiler was blown six hun dred feet up Esrx street, and in its coursj it cut down a law ost and a fira hydrant; two largj trees, aul a two horsi wagon standing in the street were entire ly destroyed. The horse and cart of John Adams, which his son, agod 11, was driving, was stiuck by the fiyiog boiler, and the vehicle and horse literally cut to piece, and the boy's right leg sev ered from his body. Cause of the ex plosion carelessness. Tka ftu I.oma aad Mi rnuiclw Kailroad aty- Pal oh Kattroad row. ST. Louis, 8-pt 13. A Pry of en gineers, under the direction of Mr. Thorns of the Atlantic and Pacific Rail road, have gone to Venita, L T , where they will commence surveying the line for the extension of the St. Louis and Ban Francisco road across the Territory to Albuquerque, there to connect with the Atlantic and Pacific The gap be tween Veaita and Albuquerque will be covered as rapidly as men and money can accomplish it, and the probabilities are that within two years the work will be completed and the whole line open to traffic. One hundred and four thousand dol lars was paid to the custom house offi cials here yesterday, for duty on railroad Iron received at this port from England via New Orleans during the past few weeks. Aa.ikr IIMsr naa-.tccMcatallr 4.111. Hlaaaelf. " St. Locis, Sept. 13 A 8t Joe special says the fourth or fifth mysterious disap pearance within a year has just taken place. The missing man is Walter C Bailey -hipping clerk in the house of Turner, Fraxer A Co. He disappeared last Tues lay an 1 has not been heard of since. He was suffering from a temper ery aberration of the braia probably pro duced by raalaral fever. Last Tuesday he attempted to shoot a lady and gentle men in the St. Charles Hotel and fired but the ball pased through the clothtr g of the persons. Tha revolver was tsaen from him. He demanded it two or three tim-j but was refused, and since then nothing has been een or heard of him. A special from Independence, Mo., says Frank Morris, a y:ung man, accidentally shot and killed himself while out hunt ing last evening. H flow It 1'onao. Kaw York, Sept. 1$. The brought $1,36 1,000 in gold. Gallia Dcsik of Si Naval Officer. Newport, R. L, Sept. 13. Captain R. B. Braeee, United States Navy, is dead. Nleli ltd to the Invalid Chair. Ki.bkkon.N.J., Sept. 18 At 11 o'clock a. m.. the I'rexident sent for the surgeons, and Lira. Hamilton, Biis, and Boy d ton hurried over, creating some alarm by ineir rapid movements. 1 he sursreons were in the Cottige but about fifteen mm utes when they emerged aud Dr. Hamtl ton said the President being very desi rous to b moved from the bed into an invalid chair, a-td feeling strong enough to stand the chanee. had sent for the Doctors to have it made, and they deem ed it safe and lifted him into the chair. wnere ne mm in a recuairg position, en- jeying the change of position very much, i no f resident was allowed to remain in the invalid chair thirty five minutes and was lifted back to his chair at 11:50 a. m. I here were no ill effects from the change of position. The physicians say they will allow him to sit in the chair east om rtav bo Innir aa tlm nmwnt favorable condition continues. The President feel convinced that he Is growing stronger, and is much gratified that the result justified the judgment of his ability to stand the change when he requested. Dr. ftliaa nainlalnii Hint l tie Prnideal im rostsletreuta Long Branch, Sept. 13. The Presi dent s condition continues favorable; no ill effects were experienced from his be ing placed in his reclining chair and there was no change in the pulse or tern peratuie in consequence of his removal trom bed and back again. The Presi dent enjoyed the change He was plac ed in a position commanding a full view of the ocean and elevated to an angle of about 45 degrees. lie was removed to his bed at his own request, not because he was tired but because he consid ired it beet not to overdo the matter. The iebrile rise was scarcely percepti ble last night, and what little there was continued until the morning dressing, which accounts for the temperature noted in the morning bulletin. Dr. Bliss still maintains that the President is conva'es- cen, and that there are no indications of blood iKtisoning. He holds that the lung complication is gradually pai&ing away, and does not apprehend any fur ther trouble frcia :t. He says the exig ence of trouble in that organ has leen known by the surgeons for several weeks past, and the crisis came Sunday, which day he virtually lost -by not making any g&in. ti nee then, however, lie oas im proved. Tbe Iay of Prarer In Couaectlral. Bridg.pokt, Sept. 13. la accordance with the r-quest of the Governor a por tion of the day has boon set apart for prayer for the n-cov iy of the Piesidet t. The day has ben generally observed & rvices aud prayer were heid in all the churches, and the public sch.ols, manu factories and places of business closid Stamford, Sept. 13. An immense Union prater meeting was held at the Baptist church this fort noon in accord ance with the recommendation of the Governor. A large collection was take" up for the benefit of the Michigan sufferers. Ntw Havkn, Sept. 13. Business was suspended and prayers offered in the churches of ail demominations for the recovery of President Garfield. Svddra Death of tbe DIollasralBbed I Colon Ueocral Tbia .Hralaf. Provtdkkck, Sept. 13. General A. E I Burnside died suddenly, at 1 1 o'clock this morning, at his residence in Bristol. He had been slightly unwell for two or three days, but was in the city last evtn- ing. 1 tie immediate cause of nis dcatn was spai-ms of the heart A telephone message from tbe General's house sum moned Serator Anthony anl Dr. Miller, but before telephone connection was broktu the nest-age came that the Gen eral was deal. Governor Littlefleld, Senator Anthony, Representatives Chase and A Id rich and other personal friends immediately started for Bristol. Fkovidknck, R. L, Sept. 13. The Journal has tbe following dispatch from Bristol relative to the death of General Burnside. Gen. Burnside was taken ill Tuesday last, but neglected to call a physician until Satuiday. Dr. Barnes, his family physician, was with him Sat urday mgnt and vuited him several times Sunday night. Monday morning he was more improved and, contrary to the advice of his physician, went to Providence Monday afternoon returning by the 7 p.m. train. On his return he complained of very severe pains in the region of the heart. Dr. Barnes i was not called until aoout 10 o clock this morning, when he found him suffer i-ifi bevere pains similar to neuralgia o the heart, ami he expired in a few mo nieuts. When the doctor entered his room he remarked that something must oe done at once, which were the only audible words he uttered, but was con scious until a few moments before he ex pired. No one was present when he died except Dr. Barnes and his family servants. llanloo'a IjuI Challenge. Toronto, Sept 13. Hanlon offered to row Wallace Ross or any man iu the world, a three or four mile race for from $3,000 to $5,000 a side on a course to be mutually agreed upon, within six or seven weeks f torn date. He says this is the last olTer he intends to make, and its fulfillment or non fulfillment, if not ac ceptod wi.hin two wteks, will end his caret r as a professional oarsman. v m. Hi Iceland oners to row either M; Kiy, of Halifax, or McDonald, of Otta 4-a, a three mile, single scull race. for $500 a side, the race to take place at Wherling W. Va., two weeks from the signing of articles. Aid for Michigan Sul ferero Sirlklnc Prlalere Oil of Work. Erik. Pa.. Sent. 13. The committee appointed last week to solicit subacrip tiui fa.u ii.iH... sufferers are ac tively at work. " ' - ' The printer s 'strike on the Daily 1H patch was not a success, as tho paper is being issued regularly with non union compositors. Covered by Inaurance Operation Will Continue. PrrrsiiCRG, Sept. 13. The loss by the fire of the Aiemens Anderson Steel Com pany, at Laughltn's Station, yesteiday, is fully covered by insurance. As only a portion of the works were destroyed, no stoppage or del ty will occur. tnbrry CaM Poatpoued. Albany, N. Y., SepLd3. The alleg.-d brilery cases of Sessions, Phtlp and Barber have bem postponed unt;l the next term of court. Weatber Probabilities. Washington, Sept, 13. Indications for the Ohio Valley and Tennessee: Fair weather, northeast winds, stat onaiy barometer snel lower temperature. norc of tbe Twin Itelic. New Yokk, S.;pt. 13 The stcamsh'p Wyoming brought 650 Mormons, lu route to Salt Lake Cblcacs larfteu CmCAOo, Sept. 13. Wheat ttrocc tteady : tl if for casb ; tl Hi bid for October; $1 Si Xor No vember; II 4 uktd for year, t orn easier; Mio for cash ; 66o for October ; fr'c for November ; 730 for May. Oata weak: 3Wo fur oaab: tie for October ; 42e for Noveinbt-r; 39to for year. live, xi u uariev.ii iu wni-siy, ti in. fork steady; 119 S0t easb; tl uut for October; tltf so for November. Lord steadv: 119 Su for oaab; Hi 27 asked for fctober: Jia 45 for No vember. Hoga tteeeipts 1b,ijo beaa ; market ttrtu 610e higber ; packers and shipperi buving bacons ; UKht, 16 40t7 4a Cattle tt-xwipt &X beat i : expo: t. 6 .t 4: m.d toohnoe skip ping, $5 6Aj AO ; eouuuon to fair. It g5 3U. Tbe President Ooin Well. Elbkbon, N. J., Sept. 13 1 p. m. At the examination a few minutes ago the President's pulse was 100, tempera ture 93 8, respiration 20. All admit that he is doing we'd. Attraction at tbe IalBVtlle, fair. Locisvillk, Sept 13. Maude S., una ble to complete at LouisviUe,the arrange, ments made for her prior to her disable; nient, to give an exhibition of her speed here on the 28 :h, is to have her place ta ken by the pacer, "Little Brown Jug," It is expect eel that this phenomenal side wheeler will do something sensational on the occasion in question, and the own er of the horse joins fully in the expect tien. Another attraction of special char acter that has been refinitely ecured for the fair it the noted California stallion, "Nutwood." He will be show a in con nection with the dam of Kand S-, whcee most distinguished son he is. Prof. KinarNt Hallooa Anchored and Ualilaf for a Hreeae. St. Part, Mrss., Sept. IS. At eleven o'clock the balloon has just been heard from. It is anchored in the woods, four milts from St Paul, waiting fer a wind The aeronaut and journalists are domi ciled at the house of a farmer near by. The gas is escaping from the balloon, and the prospect of a long voyage is dubious. Tbe ireae in tbe Trylnx Pan." A writer in a New Yora: paper, who has doubtless been through a weaiy ex perience this summer, declares that the chief objection to camping out is the dish washing, and tae chief objection to dish washing is tae impossibility of get ting the grease out of the frying pan. "A given quantity of grease could, of course, be removed from any frying pan," says the complainant, "were it to remain a given quantity. When, how ever, it is found that the more grease the dish-washer removes the more there is still left to be removed, the hopeless nature of his task tecomes apparent." He declares that Professor Harkness, cf the Smithsonian Institute,' has proved that lard, when brought in con tact with a frying pan, expands to four times its original bulk. While the pro fessor was in China to witness the transit of Venus, he drew the fatal lot which compelled him to act as dish-washer. He labored one hour and thirty minutes at tbe frying-pan. At the end of that time "the scales showed that there was half a pound of lard on the professor's cloth ing, another half pound in the 'two tin cups, and another half pound still in the frying-pan, while it was estimated that at least a like quantity was distributed over the surface of the Hoang Cbin province. Thus the original amount of lard had quadrupled itself, and rendered the effort to clean the fry ing pan unsuccessful. Professor Hark ness tried the same experiment six con secutive times, and was thus enabled to ascertain that lard, when placed in a frying pan which is afterwards subject ed to the wasti ng process, expands until it is 4 07 times its original bulk." The New York man concludes that women possess a secret which they are unwilling to give up, by which frying pans can be really washed clean, and his life time is to be devoted to filching that secret from the feminine breast. Aboat tbe Wealker, Cbioaoo Intor Oeean. People are much in the habit of for getting, especially about the weather. A few months ago there was an almost universal growl about tbe cold. As people gathered about red hot stoves they longed for the summer sun, and re solved to be contented when it came For two months the people here have been mopping tbeir brows and declaring "the oldest inhabitant" never experienced su:h drought and heat and discomfort. A little patience and a refreshing of memories, and the superstitious will put away tbeir fears that the present forebodes any disaster. A wetther chronicler gives the following historical dry spells. " The dry spells that have become historic were in the summer of 1630. twenty-four days: 1635 forty-one days; 1637, seventy-five days; 1662, eighty days; 1663, forty five days; 1668, eighty one days; 1694. ninety two days; 1704, forty days; 1715, forty six days; 1718. sixty one days; 1730, ninety- two days; 1731, seventy tsro days; 174tf, one hundred and twenty-three days; 1773, eighty days; 1791, eighty-two days; 1918, twenty eight days; 1856, twenty-six days; 1871, forty two days; 1876, twenty-six days." That of tho current year has already been broken by refreshing rains over a wide district and it will soon be forgotten, except in the districts of burned forests and deso la ted homes. These hold out their hands for aid, which should be prompt ly filled by their more fortunately situat ed contemporaries. Notwithstanding tbe drought and heat there is a prospect of large prosperity to the country. The stricken districts can be supplied from tbe abundance left in others, and the coming fall and winter, with plenty ev erywhere, the whole people can take large stride forward. Kicbwoad WbeleaJe market. KleHHoxD, September IS, 1881. Oorn SftSflBe tl-Nnw, tOO. Timothy Hay (13 0O5 00. Wheat XI LITE STOCK. Calves (4 Oli. Cattle- 14 (- M SO. Hogs 5 50. Hheep gelling at S3 0uX3 SO. Lamb fa A&$3 uu, PBODrCK. Batter 3Se for rood eonntry tuokeoa ti ? vt3 UU per doaen. r.Ksm lie per no a. Buney 3Uc Lard Country, 13e Ketall l.rerrry market. Butter SO. Creamerv. 40a. Canned Tomatoes littl ; per doaeu. tl 50. e:roAin ruoe lue; Louisiana, luo. Cheese lSlSe. Ctcrooa I- c Coal OU lSe. Coffee Green Rio, li V13.M5 ; roasted. 149 iso ; erreen Java, wdae ; roasted. SStaaM. Corn meal tt SO. I'ried Beet SSa. Dried Currants (VstlOc Dried Peaches (to ; evaporated, KtOo. Eg ISo. Fkcr S3 t'K$4 50. Lard 14c New Fi 3Se. J'epiwr iiVt j. Prunes 1 oxkuh, l'Jo. Haiains 20c. Sumr-Browa lue n : white. 12a. sranaia- leu. ei to; powuereal, ia. 8vTup-V)n75e 9 aailon: New trleana. 80170: mapie, u iu Teas iOOtiSSl 00. Vinegar saU. tor eider: 40b for whit wine. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. fNoTB. The market and atock rerjorta siren below are quotation of to-daVs transections, re- eelve.1 by telegraph aom tbe different cities after IS o'c look this afternoon, and sneeial tains are taken to print thesi eorreotly. Headers of tbe ritLiDioM can get these reports In no other paper until tbe day following. Richmond. PI A HQS AMD ORCAN8. Cincinnati. Indianapolis. ESTABLISHED. Louisville. and formsr pa At the earnest solicitations of their many friends trona, the well-known firm of D. H. BALDWIN & CO. HATE OPENED A BRANCH HOUSE IN THIS CITY. The simple announcement is all that is deemed necessary. An Old Adage Vindicated. Chicago Times. Mary Anderson says she doesn t go into the eurf because she is afraid of the sharks. Mary evidently thinks that the intelligent shark believe in the maxim, The nearer the bone the sweeter the meat" A lady in Bridgewater, Masss., thirty years ago stamped her initials and a pn vate mark on a small co;n, and passed it out. In change not long nnce she win surprised after such a lapse of time to receive the identical piece of money. Hewl'iirt louer and stock market Niv Yoaa, Sept. 13, 1881. Money, 4de per eent. Prime mercantile. 5-40, Bar Hiiver, here, 112. Bar tUver in London, 61K pence. Exchange steady : 490M tor kna. and 484 for Will. uovernmeiita quiet and unchanged. State bonds dull. Kaiiroad Sec Jrt ties inactive. btocks. after 11 o'clock, the market was sliffhrlv irregular, bat cooa beoanie strocs aaain. and to ward noon advanced shaiplv. Oregon Naviga tion rose o per c us., ixmisvuie a Maahvuie. a. w abash preferred Ohio Mississippi K. St. Paul a Omaha referred IU. and tbe rest of the list if to L. Bouie shares reacted a fraatlon at mmday. fts. exended.....101!- I New4V.s.oouDon-118 New 6s, ooupon 101 W News 4s. oouponlUM ; racino os, ud. ISO bid. Bock Island. rename uss Ft. Wayne 140 Pitts bur 137 LOCAL. MEWS. Yeasrty feet.injr. iNnwMte wishing to keep boarders dur- please leave their names,tne numter they wish to take, and the price per day with Morrow & Son, Fort Wayne avenue. Wm. F. Hiatt, Main street, or John C. Hadley, Library building. For the Committee, 9th mo. 13th. John C. FIadi.ky. Win Annual Exposition, Cincinnati, Commencing Sept. 7th and ending Oct. 8. Tickets good for the term on all trains to go and return. For salo at the C. H & D ticket office, Richmond Passenger De pot, for all trains. Office hours 4 40 a. m., 10 a. m., 6 p. m., each day during the Exposition. II. I. McyuiRK, Ticket Agent tra... Illinois Central. 131 Chi. Bar.aQainey.lS0V, Chicago a Alton 131V, do. preferred. 160 N. V. Central -141 Harlen 846 Lake Shore 184 K Canada Southern... ast Michigan Central- IkSti Erie 44 preferred hH Northwestern 17H preferred liUM 1'eL a LAOi 125V Morris A Essex 184 Iel. ft Hudson 108U N. J. Central at) Hadintr . 84 Ohio 44W preferred 110 Ches. ft Ohio 27 1st pref erreil 9B 2d preferred 251k Mobile ft Ohio. 37 H Clev. ft Oolombns. 01 v. C.C. 4LC 22 Ohio Central ay.H, Ii. K. ft Western..- 66 Peoria. 1. ft E 42V Ontario ft Western 81 l. 11. IX w tut Mar. ft Cin-lst pref 1 2d preferred 12 B. C. B. ft N- ,, T8 Alton A T. B 40 preferred ex dtv w Wabash.... 61 preferred .. 89M Hannibal ft St. Jo2U) preferred ..114 Bt.Ij.ft Ban Fran- 46 preferred T 1st preferred.... . 106 C. ttOu ft N. O 77 Kansas ft Tessa.-. 42 Union Paeine Central Paeiflo la Texas Paeine 63 Louisville ft N ib W Nash, ft Chat. H LiouisvuieftN A TO Houston ft Texas Denver B. O 90H bt. Panl ft Omaha.. H preferred lie Boff. Pitta, ft W 48V Memphis A C 7b Western Union Bit, Paolflo Mail 614 Adams 1H6 Fargo. 128 Amertean. 87 United States 68 Quicksilver. 12V, preferred .. 60 UltAS ATin PHOOICE nARkETSt Ckrap t-:xcnrlon to ( bicago Than- day. September LSM1, via tne P., C. Sc St. 1 Hallway. The Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St Louis Railway Company announce a grand cheap excursion from stations between Richmond and Logansport to Chicago, for Thursday, September 23d, to give verybody an opportunity to visit the greatest city of the west and her grand exposition. Tram will leave Richmond at 6 a ni., and arrive in Chicago at 3:30 m. Tickets will be good to return on regular trains until Monday, September Oth, inclusive. Fare for round tnp from Richmond, only $3.75. Now is the time to pay a visit to Chicago. Remcm -ber that excursion tickets will be good from September 2 2d to 26th. Trains of P., C, & St. L. Railway all nr. iut the rragnificent nt w General Pas-engtr De pot at Chicago, only a few miautia walk from the Exposition buildings, and a 1 the principal - hotels. Apply to J B. Jewett, agent P , C. & L Railway depot, at Richmond, Ind., for excursion tickets. sepl3 dl3, 15, 17. 20. ."Mew Yorn .Harket. Nkw York. Eent. 11 Flour, reeefnta of lfiOOO bbls; sales of 16.0UO bbls; market a shad stronger and in some instances 6aiCe higher: round hoop Ohio, fl 156 60; chotce.as te&7 60; superfine western, !5 25iA 00; common to good exfa, 16 OUt0 Si); choice. 16 eo8 00; olioioe white wheat, 7 uo8 00. Wheat Kva iugher and feverish, unsettled and active speculative business ; sles of 8,000 bushels No. 8 red cash, tl 48V ; 80,000 bushels Bentexnber. II 48utl 48V - 644.000 bushels October, SI 4011 60V: 62.000 bushels November, fl 63(31 68H ; 26,000 bushels December. SI S6Vdl 664k. Corn VictUe betsor snd active; mixed western spot, 687Sc ; futures, 7-2 V7Ho ; sales of ),000 bushels. Oata itrtHc higher : western, 42t52e ; sales of 120.UU0 boshels ioi-ludin? No. a October, 44($4SVbo; November, 47Mc. Beet quiet and unchanged. Pork very firm ; 6 pot, new mess,S 00. Lard about 6e high er an'! fairly active ; steam rendered. 112 66. Butte; quiet and Arm ; in good inquiry ; western, 16id4c Cheese steadv. Huour In fair iWnuiH and firm. Molasses quiet and steady. Petroleum firm Hice steady and quiet. Coffee quiet and unchanged. Freights steady. Spirits turpentine dun. KoRin firm, f2 30k2 SS. Tallow strong at 8tdk'!ac. Western eggs firm at 21e. Baltimore Tlarkct. B iLTISOU. Beta. 13 Flonr aniet and firm. Wheat western, hleher and closins easier: No winter red, spot, SI 44HoU 444 ; September, tl 44-,il 44V ; October, f 1 il&l 4T ; Novem ber, $1 filViai 62 ; December, f 1 65. Corn, wes tern, higber and strong ; mixed spot and Septem ber, 6S(S604to; October, TSVte; November, 77tv7s; December, . Oats steady and firm. Bye steady. Bay unchanged. Provisions firmer and not quotably higher. Butter firm; western grass, 1624e. Eggs quiet. Petroleum higher; re&ned, 80 Coffee firm, bugar strong Whisky easy, tl 12. Freights unchanged. First quality sugar tree wood for sale by the cord, sawed or split, and measur- '-t by the city wood measurer, for sale at north A street wood yard of septlO-dlm W m. Dicm. Notice. Having received the first mark of I merit for crayon portraiture at the Phila delphia Art School, Miss Chandlee feels entirely competent tt fill all orders for pictures of any size, which she will do to perfect 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 trait modeling. Class lessons. 50c each. Private lessons $1 each. Call upon or address Miss Flokksicb Cxandlkb, eatatuesAwtf West Richmond. Cincinnati Tlarkeu Cxscutkati. Sept. IS. Flour, auiet-nnehanced : family, S6 65(3? OU ; fancy, 17 3St7 76. Wheat. strong: No. 2. red. SI 44. Corn steadv: No. 8 mix ed, t9c Oata firm; No. 2 mixed. 44o. Bve strong- No. 2, Si 16. Pork firm. S20 60. Balk meete Arm and unchanged ; S8 SOtijlll 60. Baeon unchang ed : SOaOuxtls aitl2 60 Whiakv ouiet. SI 12ta: combination sales of finished goods, l.(3 bar rels, on the basis of tl 14. Lard firm at 4 12. Toledo iflarket. TOT-SDO. O-Seot. 13. Wheat firm : No t red cash or September, tl 45V. ; October, fl 7s ; No vember, tl 60: December. SI 62. Corn firm: No. 2 cash. 6SV0: October, ran: November. 71o; December, 6JV.0; the year, 680. Oata firm ; No. a, 45c asked. We have received our new fall stock of carpets, oil cloths, lace curtains, win dow shades, fixtures, ifcc, bought at bot tom prices, and will sell them le-s than last spring's wholesale prices. Brussels carpets, new patterns, 75 cents per yard; Ingrain carpets, new patterns, frcm 25 to o cents per yard. All new goods and new patterns c f best makes. Please call and examine our stock tie- fore purchasing. All goods delivered in the city and to all train free of charge. L. 1L Jons & Co., No. 620 Main street, sep? dw4am Opp. Grand HoteL Petroleum Ttarket. CursLiro, O.. Beptv IS Petroleum firmer: 'tandard white, 110 doer ees test Te. SAMUEL BELLI8, FIRE A1MD LIFE UNDERWRITER. The best lademuity guaranteed at tbe LOWEST adequate Bate. LARGE LIS ES Placed. LOSSES AIULJSTEU PE0MPT LT. Office 8 10 Sorth, Seveatb street. aeaiaia-wttn SPcCI AL.TIES. AdvertisemeBts luswlal in this cents for five Hues or under. For each admV atonal Use, ( eecta. i,ovr. . BT - A NeesJaee. Sunday afternoon, some where between 6th and 10th streets. Leave at this oiBee, or US South 6th street JIOEV TO LOA9I. fOKET TO LOAN On every deseriptlon of AIA personal piupenj ana araoisa or vajoe, as J. b.1 Decker Bro's pjijTjnn Stein way & Son's J.AC. Fischeri ",WMUoee & Son. Estey and ShonixiGei? Organ a. Boomi open until 9 p.m. Ton axe respectfully invited to est 908 EAST MAIN STREET. BAKCLAY AVALKER, Manager. BOOTS AMD SHOES ' YOU WILL FIND -TILE- HOST COMPLETE UNE -OF- IFall and Winter BOOTS AND SHOES :AT: CUITITINGHAM'S, 1ST O . 590 -M MATHERS' COAL YARDS. I am now prepared to furnish Fall and Win ter's supply of fuel at most reasonable terms. Call and see us beiore buying:. Near Union Depot. D. L. MATHER. NYE'S CHINA PALACE. Cvlye'sChina PalaceS THE BEST aUAIiITY OP JFIME CAJaVElftS, JIUES, FOnCLS AUD SP00U0, OP AliL.KINDS. LAMPS AND CHANDELIERS. All of JUijss Gsods you canjfolly rely on being; mm represented. R. W. NYE, 830 Main St., Hlttle Olook. STOVES. a. - - ws SOLD V In CONVENIENCE DURftBILIRECONOr.lY, GENERAL CONSTRUCTON. BUYjHKBEST!