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. . . . , . . ,'1, . . , . . 1 ' ' , ' , . . . . . . . i , I , , ', .... . - ' - . - , 6,... ,T, . 4546, 44: . 1 L, ... .... Nur. rim A IVA I ilrAnenra ilnd bv thei arnniterk. Mr. Zed ton. seated unon hie noble charger. I larceny, bound over; Gerhard Irnohs, harbor.. !medium, 40a48o; washed ombisg,,. 4Pa50o 117 S . . - TILE DAILY STAR 11211: PR1DAY. SEPTEMBER 17 PROM POINTS AROUND. ---- fREPORTED SPECIALLY FOR TUB STAEA , ISIASITOWN.--Catharine Little, of ' Greentburg, Ind.; who was Charged with 1 Ntiring produoed en abortion upon Belle, Werts, of this plitee, teasing ter -death, bas been tried at Greensburg. The jury ' disagreed, four favor lug conviction od Ohe oharge usauslaughter,cnd eight favorincacquittal. " OWL, TIOD...-Tite Fair opened yet.; good attendance.' The Witty with a opening.address Was delivered by toy.; 'Hendricks. 'rhe preiniunis awarded thee rat äre folloWs1 lIest etallion; four vears old, J. A. Riddell, Boone county, ' Ity.; three years Old, C. B. Kleg, Ripley county, Ind.; two yearavold, John fingsten, Riplereonnty; one year ole, J.' Riddell; volti, Dr. grant, Boone ocrun. ' ty, Ky.; gelding, Mgr years old, Seymour Caple, Dearborn couatyl two years loid, , J. A C'onaingliam, Switzerland county; 7 tears, fouryears J. A. Riddell; three !' years old, Andy Bussell, Ilamiltoa ' oounty, Oulo. ' , , 11A31-11.1e0N.The Cowl- Ctimmlo Ciento partook of their- quarterlyfeast iiitthe County Infirmary to-day. The Innerel of lacob Herman took ', place yesterday afternoon kora bill late kesidence on High street. New 'Sultsbane Robertwou ,against Nornran and Home, Loan aud Building Association. , ' . Yesterday afternoon the correspondeet r 'of the Enquhcr, while out taking an sir. ing, came near -having. a smash-up. lie lett big horse to enter the Post-office, 'ondln his absence the animal 'Weans. leative and backed aga,nst a heavy wagon. The prompt action of Mr. Pull. Bonuenbesh and others prevented any serious damage. - , ! The Hamilton Light Guards will meet ' Monday night. in their armory, on the 'corner of Second and Basin streets. Monday night, at the Opera.honse, Mrs. Macauley, supported by Wood's Theater oompany; of Ciuclunati, will play "East Lynne." 'Lev. P. Tolliver, of the- M. E. Church (eolored), willspeak in the Court-house 48unday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Wni. Bowman, who was brought from NaTietta, 09 on a eharge of embezzle. Meat, was' -taken before Judge Cochran and, on a writ of habeas corpus, admitted to bail. , ,, The Republioans held quite a large and spirited meeting at the Court.house Park last night. - The ,bara ot Charles Petrie, a farmer living near West Chester, was burned Tuesday stiternoon,supposed to he the work of an incendiary. Loss covered by knsuranoe..- . James E. Neal and others addretsed a Democratic' meeting in the First ward aeilt faifibto TROY. 0,--On Wednesday eveeing 01 Rile Week, au indignation. meeting'was !Jaeld at the Christian Church, ivhich was liwgoly attended by , the. good people. The object was to proteit against the selling of liquors on the fair grounds tiuring the lair next week. Resolutions - -Were adopted condemning 'the officers ot the akgrieultural Society for Waiting a stand for that purpose, and calling On au Christian people to discountenance 41the - lor taat reason.. The matter creates considerable discussion lu both and 001111try ' , ' , . On Thursday afternoon a fire occurred - -In a small frame dwelling house, situated on the outskirts oft town. both steamers ' were hurried to the acene as rapidly as possible and soon bad tbe fire qui, but r Waobuilding was almost a total loss. The ,goods et ice Umlauts were caved.' In. .4111111100 not known. , Loss about 3500. . '' Troy le soon to bave a, new paper et 'Democratic) proclivities called the "Globe." The publisher is a stranger, vigoreue inCis style,ond his paper t will no doabt ..recolve a hearty ,Demo. eratio support. This will make three papers for Troy stud eight fur this comity, - ' Conaiderable complaintims been made about the depredation'', -of crowds ol night haWks who roam our streets, dam. aging property of citiacus. The Council has iippelatea night 'police to attend the gents. Work has commenoed On the cellar of the new City Hall, and 4t is proposed to have It wady. tor tlie nvct Spring. , 4 , . , VEMINGTON, Kit --aar Shrockr, formerly Assistant Freight Agent at the Kenteek-?Centleit, is la ,the city with Ms family. , , Freed and Brady, two of thelmported meMbers 'of the Lexington Bade-ball Club, disappeared 'on Tuesday, leaving a, nunsber ol ontertunate -creditors' to Mourn .their e , Wm. Van Pelt, of this city, is very Mr, Charles S. Randall, a prominent liminess snan and Countelman died on Wednesdayi. lie was to have b'een mar ried shortly. ' - The Dispaleh gave the indifferent troupe that as here on Monday and TuesOu), evenings a deserved slashing. General Win. Preston, ot city, de livered very able -address at the Ouli pence Fair this week. There are prospects of a reviver of the University War in spits or all the efforts that Regent Bowman has made for peace. - - the University is so be continually dis turbed by the quarrels ot faction it might es -well be Mowed out at once. The busi ' 41080 men 'of Lexington gave a hundred thousand dollars to secure its establish ment here, and this continual quarreling , Is keeping away the students, crippling the University, aud doing neither party , a bit of good. Regent Bowman las acted lu good leith. mud we believe that Pro - lessors XteGarvey and Airaham mean to . do tbe same. Under the circumstances let the 44Coneraittee of Tweaty.one solve and enema their honor. - - , " 11.441ones, ,of Paris, has been ap , panned 'Second Assistant.Phybiolen at -the Lunatic 'Asylum. , The "Old Folks' Concert" was -well at tended last night. Bev. R. G. Break, 'of St. Louis, is . spending his vacation with friends anti ' relativee in our county. , The Sayre Institute, under the eaten Mejor has undergone such nepaire in the limit three mouths as to anake,tt one al the leading schools of the "State in point el eapuoity and facilities - or the edueation of !Creates. A. gymna ilium has been added to r00 buildinge, and such assistants employed as enable ' the Priuoipal to provide line latiilities :,lor a moral, manta; and physleal educe . ion. Tile sceool opened Monday with 4 'Silty bbarders and one hundred day ",'-eoholars mid has ,capacity ter one buil-. deed more. Lewie Vance, a German butcher lu the .emplaynt Louis klaursey, committed aut . -nide yeaterday by -shooting himself in 0--the head. lie had previously expressed ' determination to commit the deed so 11000 110 1111111011M Or 111000y .111111s pos session should be exueueted. ' It is deoided that the hemp 'factory Wall be min la the interest.; of tlie Grangers and by the Grangers. Mr. Ia. min Hawkins, was appointed to unden. take the management of it, and Colonel ABACO. liergan to ednduct the tresinesa. The farmers ate to register the number of acres they intend to put in hewp for tbe new lactery. '4 , k 1 covrigoroN.It t.hg Meeting of the City Council last night, a communicatiet was presented from Messrs. Walsh ift Kellogg, stating that the !lolly 'Werke were More, that the pressere was, often as low as twenty pouuds, and that their trill was obliged te employ a large pump at an' annual cost of $1,500,0 which limy would pay to tas oity, if they wild be aseured of a steady supply ef water. The iCtimmittee appointed to, Visit, the Water-works made their report, but de-' veloped nOthittg sew. ' The Presideut and Messrs; Ashbrook, Carpenter, Gray and Deglew, ,the Council, and timers. Amos &tinkle, Wm. Ernst, N. B. Stephens, J. le. Fisk and Richard Salt, of the Oltineus, were ap pointed a committee te have an analysis wade ol the water as It is found at the mouth of Influent Pipe and the water as it is taken-from the river by the Newport Water-works. some wiles above the city. A house beitinging to Thomas Kirk, on Burnet street, utitenauted. de stroyed by lire last night. The Fire De partment wits on band in good time. Rev. Father Amellan, formerly pastor di St. Joseph's Church, on 't weifth street, left Thursday for his aew appointment in Indiana. A. fountain has been placed at this end rattle approach.of the Suspension bridge. Spat-klieg Holly Rows from this fountain, and all are invited to driuk "without money or without price'. Colonel Charles Duncan and M. L. Roberts, Esq.; have formed a law part nership. It fin said there are yet it few cases of small-pox in the city. , The Singing Society of St. Paul's Prot estant (inertia held -their moonlight pic nic at Lookout House ou the Lexington 'pate. A sewer is being dug to drain the large pond uear the car sta,bles on Twelltb street. Rev. P. B. Wiler, yesterday at the Day House, united two hearts that already beat as one. The happy parties vvere W. N. Master and Miss Lila E. Chapin, of Grant couitty, Ky. Three divorce sults were filed at the (Ake of the Clerk of the Court Thurs day. Jolla Goff against Mary Belle Golf, .1. E. Williams against Rachel S. Wu hams, Elizatieth Williams against W.W. Williams. In the Mayor's Court this morning, Edward Jenkine, who is , continually abusing his vile and family, was ilued 425 and coats. . Coroner McCabe, yesterday, held an inquest on the body of a wan mined 1Ww. Haydeu, at his residence No. 431 1 Scott street. It appears that the mau died Bum an overdose el opium. A pest faunae' wag ordered and the stomach sent.to Mr. 'Fennel, chemist, corner of Eighth and Vine streets, Cincinnati, for analysis. NEWPOILT.--In the Criminal Court yesterday Joseph Kraus was convicted of assault add battery to 'commit a rape, and sentenced to two months in the Jail and lined WO. Louis Fry and William McMullan, charged with same offense, had their cases continued until the nett term. Henry Haserwinkle, cbarged with rape, pleaded guilty itud waLitentenced to ten yeara iu the Penitentiary. tho City'Court this :miming George Wagoner was lined three dollars for being drunk and disorderly. ! , Mr., Lewis Brent,'agaiost whom the Grand Jury fotind five indictments for selling liquor to minors, set a grand lunob and invited all of .theGrand Jury to partake with him - 4 it was rumored this ,morning that 4i murder bad been committed at or near Walton, on the Short-line railroad. We afterwards learned that a man, appar ently in a Melees oondition, was brought. on the 11 Wolock train and taken to the St. Elizabeth's Hospital, in Coving ton. Nothing further, however, could be Celled. , The nailer who runs the stone at the Finchtowa distillery lives in Hellintown, Just across the Licking river. When be started for hums on Tuesday bight he railed to remember that the slush left ou the shores by the recent flood wasyet very soft. However, he soon discovered this when he 'found himself in the mud up t'o his neck. He was lett in this con dition until some kind friend come to his rescue. -The "Flying Dutchman" made bis sec ond appearance in Newport to-day.- - The repairs .on the Columbimetreet Preebyterian Church are about com plete. - The Ben jonson Dramatic Club give a complimentary entertaiument at Odd tellows' Hall to-night, the programme be ginning with tbe drama 0Who Is Guilty rt and concluding with the farce of "Betsy Baker." Edward Buchanan is on h visit to hie pa-rents and old acquaintance., 61. , , THE EXPOSITrON. , , , Grand Display of Cul Flowers. Probably one of the most beautiful dis plays of cut flowers that has ever adorned the tables of Horticultural Hall will 'be given to-day at 'half-past two e'cloCk. The entries , are numerous, and some of the packages that have come irom a distance, that were opened for the inspection .of,. an invited few, were gorgeous in the ex trenae. Mr. Vick, ot Rochester, N. Y" will cover some thirty-live Cr forty feet ot the table with a collettioa of , cut dahlias, embracing some thirty-six vari eties in all, that are only surpassed in beauty and color by the hues of the rain-. bpw Itself. Tbe entries are as follows: B. P. Critchell, tor the best' basket of cut Rowers, for the best 24 varieties of cut flo-wers. and tor the best 12 varieties of cut flowers. A. Bunderbruch, best basket; also tor the best 24 and tor the best 12 varieties ot cut flowers; James Vick, of Rochester, N. for the best i disPlay of 'dahlias; G. Henderson, of' Paris, Kentucky-, for the , beat display"' of.- dahlias and ,. for the best 24 and 12 .varieties of cut flow ers; J. C. Morris, for best basket of out flowers; J. S. Cook, best basket, best 24 and ,12 varietise; , Wra.iGardiner,. best display of dahlias; T. Knott & Son, best basket tied best dieplay ot dahlias. - The tables have all been covered with fresh, groan 111988,, and, the. dowers, ,as they are beginning to be arranged in beautiful variegated patches, testify, as to What is going to,be done before' the close ofthe entries. ' -The tiasitetsi espe-' clip, are .gorgeous, excelling anytotog of e same gleseriptien ever offered here before. The -- - ? NOOKS, 4WD CORNEAS of the Exposition contain mauy curious and interesting artioles that in the blase. of the greater attractions are apt to be overlookednot on accouut of their siguilicance, but from the fact that they are placed in such positions 'that they are practically out otsight. The display of lire-works ts, upon elese luspection, a very creditable affait. TOO large piece, Our Country " reptelehting Washing , - . ton, seated upon his nohle charger., a goddesa upon either side Supporting the motto, ''Our Country", IC Very fine, but one has .to crouch and stoop and squint tip onderthe rustle back.work et gortiouithrai gall Wore ',helovet emaes aware that the display is there at all. The Commissioners, of course, ing crowded tor space, are not to blame, but it would amply repaz the "leiter to search. out such things, as thereby' he will see many things that are really de serving of special notice and a more prominent place (tau it was possible to give them. " ' ' In the northeast corner of Main gall, up stairs, Wm:tether object that It would I be a sirame to oterlook. It is a rotzp,of figures, a little Cray life size, represent. '1 lug St. Martin dividing hie cloak with the beggar. The statue was carved front 1 solid wood by Metter. Allard and Kies. ter, and is almost worthy a place in Art 1 gall among the gems el bronze and mar ble. Ths expressfons .ef the figures are weak, and there is a lack ol gratis about the armor-ciad St,. Martin, but tile me. chanical execution is good and the color. lug excellent. , - It is wokthy of a visit, and those who succeed in finding it will be amply re paid tor their pains. On the lower floor of North Hall, in a corner Surrounded by pork, tobacco, buggies, etc., etc., is a beautiful piece of inechauisin in the shape ora whisky still. Though we have many temperance men in our midst, we doubt not but that hundreds have pit.ssed this curious machine time and again; little dreaming that it was the grand forefather of their beloved Bourbon. A little engine not larger than a chunk of stove wood, attached to the still, is said to produce a pressuró of 800 pounds to the satiare inch. On the south side of Main Hall, up stairs, in one corner, is a large topo graphical map, which, should not be passed by carelessly. It is curious and useful, and even now is attracting con siderable attention from a few. A thou sand and one more articles might be un earthed from the holes and corners if one had the time and inclinatiOn. The music. tor the afternoon will h'e furnished by the Germania Band, who will perform the tollowing selections: Grana Exposition MarchNembach. OverturePim DitvoloAubor. SelectionsParis WeOffenbach. Poionaise K under.- WaltsArtiet,s LifeStrauss. OvertureLitradeliaElotow. SelectionsThe Musical Telegraph--Kahner. Id azurkttlitrauta. W sitsAm RheinK(11er Bela. ' Galophi wheelies. The prekramme of the BarrackS Band for tills evening le as follows: March-A Hundred tears Ago-Rice. Overture-Banditoinstreiche-Suppe. ; Artuskitenge-W a itzes-Gungl. Comic Fantasia-Beyer. Cornet Poi ka-Unington Defies-Brooks. Se Motion trom Bohemian Girl-Baits Ormitt National Overture-Heinecke. ' Nymppe Schottische-Hingleben. Selection from Alaritana-Wallace. Storm King Liallep-Moscew. , , Beat Estate Transfers. Frank Schuler and wife to J. E. Frey, lease hold 4410-100 by 135 feet on the west side of Park avenue.186 feet south eLthapel street, Walust Hills-21,987 20. D.E. Wade to Frank Hartling, leasehold rig by tog feet en the tiorthettet OUVIler of W-atie end Cutter streets-800e. , Administrator of Raeh.il L. Van Laon to A. L. Shattler, lot 25 by 150 feet, on the n,orth side of Fulton avenue, 126 feet east of Hazen street,- s1,200. . F. J. Gosling and others to.l. W. Gosling, Let 5 in the subdivision of the skimming estate, in ftstion 11, Green township. containing 10 603- 1,n00 acres-11 and other considerations.. Same and others to Hannah Gosling, Lot- 6, same sub,iivision,containing 10 4J2-1,000 acres si and other considerations. Same and others to 11;1124 J. Gosling, Lot 8, same au bdivision.con ta Win g 15 261-1,Ueo ispres ti and other cousiderations. J. H. Boeliner to Henry Bitther, five years, lease of Hie first floor and the counters, shelv ing. fic., belonging to the same, in the premises knowu as No. 668 Central avenue, at au annual rent of SM. Augustus Hoeitge and wife to John Mette, lot kb by,100 feet, ou the north side of Alarrisen avenue, 25 feet east of She Cin,cinunti it Balti more railroad-82,500. - August Grief and wife to Anna What, 5 4400 acres in :Section 4. Green township-WO. Same w same, leasehold, the four-story brick buitfling on the southwest isomer el Court and Walnut streets-SI and other (mind eratiOns. , , - alionm,.mommosonl.empoon, , Marriage License& The following marriage licenses were is sued since our last report: - Frederick Bohrer and Margaret Gesurne. Alex. Zoler anti Matilda Weil. ; E. M. Wharton and Lyda Simmons., , lifortuary Escort& Ann Meyers 28 years, Germany. Infant Richardson, city. Ralph W. Hodden, 1 month, city. ; Lethis Gomel, 16 menthe, city. , Cath. iteiueriegel, 6 months, city. , Johu E. Weiss, 5 months, city. Wm. McGatf,0,1 years, Ireland. Eiliots C. Bradford, 4 years, city. RIVER NEWS. Digits LeaVing To-day-Huntington, Gran ite State: Louisville, Bea Franklin. Leave Satioday-Pomeroy,Salt Valley; Ev an wit e,G'asgow; Irk ansas r.ver,Ella Hughes; thiamin, Jas..D. Parker. , STAGE OF TO! RIVERS. Wheeling-8 feet inches and falling. - Marietta-3 feet 10 inchee and risieg. Pomeroy-River falling slowly. Charleston-Kanawha 8 feet and rising. Gallipolis-itiver falling. Ironton--River receding slowly. Loutsville-8 feet at the head of the canal,and Evausville-414 feet and falling. Nashville-1 foot 9 inches and falling. - Shawneetown-4 is feet on the bar aud failing. . - cairo-17 feet 8 inches and rising. St. Louis-River stationary. Little Rock-Arkansas continues falling. ' Memphis-River still rising. ; Pilots report 80 inches on Kinnikinnick; feet on Rising Sun, anti 11)4-feet scant on Gun powder bar. ; The Champion No. 9 left for Louisville yes ' terday under charter to the mail line. The Cons Millar arrived from Memphis. The Grand Tower Coal Company nave char tered the Leopard for thirty days, to take the place of tho sunken James Rees. The new Forest City No. 2 la to receive her mechinery and cabin at Steubenville. Tne Billy Collins will enter the trade be tween here and Maysville. The Active, in tow of the Hackney, is re ported stuck at Buffington. . The Portrand liar has cut out and the best channel is down the Kentucky side, past Con ners, hones, Pilots report 8tt feet at Pryises Wand. The James toward left St. Louis for New Henna with 25400 tons yesterday and will be foilowed by the Jim. K. Maude to-morrow. , Pilot Gees W. Claris is lying TIRO ill at the Broadway NoteL Capt. B. D. Wood, of Pittsbnrg, le in the city, and loxes tor tiew Orleana Saturday eveniug. At at, Louis the rates to New Orleans are 50 eents tor flour aud 2,6 'cents per hundred tor, pound freights The light-house tender steamer Lillie has put up gl lights between Cairo end Memphis. ; , POLICE C017,81 , Drunk and Disorderly-Mary O'Hearn, Clar sue Tbom0600. V, and coati.; ,Wm. Porter, Cites Miller, Mena .klenksuan, John Carrol ton. Stuckenberg, 83. and costs; O. Her men. .T. Meyer, C. Dauer, 116 and wets; IL Mey ers, 801:opt; Mary Flanagan E. Cunningham,. SIO and costs; Mary Conner, !Philip Kam, Jae., machin, sen dsye; John. Henderson,S16 and smut; Margaret Carrigan, 45013tSi et. 21. Smith, continued to 18th lust,: Mary Cronin, missed; Maggie 8hay, thirty Ways;Ann Ken pally, costs; Ruth Crabell, sixty daye; John Crabell, thirty days and 410; James Sillily Oily& ' Miscelianeens-,Loule ttaeker, Inalming,11011,1 Untied lieth inst.1 Caleb Aludde, harboring vicious deg, 13 and aoslie; Bueker vat, eisefieseu; Frangett Gerhardt, abustugs taut- ; 114 6, days end UN W. IL William, grand larceny, bound over; Gerhard Furth'', harbor. Ili? vicious dog,Oontinued to 21.stinek; Charles 13 nettle, petit lareouy, 80 deye and eat; Mien. liter. same. dismissed; John Guthrie. Tam 80 dere; lohn DIAN Itio same, 80 dapemod4844 Jokil Carrolton, reelotiag (Azar. $10 aud roosts: ma, MMus destruction, tit aud costs; Jerry Dillon, petit larceny, ooatiuned to Stab Isola John Webster, abushm family, thirty-dere sad SOO; John Jones, street begging. twenty days; John Emmett and Paul Itzumetk loitering, clismissod; tett Flynn, &burring Wally, costs.; J. B. Stuokenberg, concealed WeaPaas, 460 anct costs; Wm. Seeds, Ben. Guiou, Charles C. Jones, loitering, continued to 2Ist inst.; John Crabell, concealed weapons, 60 ("eV, and 820i Jamas Stowell, petit larceny. 80 clays and 828. Assault and BatteryJ. Cunningham, $b and coast Geo. llotstor, dismiseed1 Cole mitu,S1 and mode; Jim. litewart, ft25 sed costa; 1 Jas. Riley, 80 days; Jas. Trainer, ;IV and costo; Umbel Barrio, 88 mut costa. ' 1,.-.,.......,.... OP cnrcontlitri ' ' CIN0INNATI. Sept. 17-9 P.M. , FLOUR-The market is quiet and arm, with alair Meal demand. Faintiy is aelliug at, la 45 tie 45 per bri, for fresh' ground old wileat, anti new wheat family at id per brl. Extra, 26 26 ab 65, the outside figure for old wheat; super-- flue is worth 44 e0a5 15, and low grades Ma4 per bd. ripring wheat flour is quoted Seal) 50 per bd. and rye bietesity at 1544go per bid., WHEAT-The market ts a shade firmer to daY. Mal quotations may be made about 5c per bu higher tor outside grades. Choirsold white is worth 1 55, aud red 81 45 per bu but they are very scarce. New iss worth Se for good to prime red, and MOM 40 for white. In terior grade remits Mc toll 25 per bu. ItY1C-is a shade limier to-day. No. S is bbld at ele, with bids at 8ec per bu in-elevator. In ferior sample and rejected range at 6)45e, cording to quatity, with very little demand. ,stesidy win), lituitet demand. 'Mixed is worth 68allec for good ear, and eirallo for good to- prime ehelled per tu. -Waite is about nomituit to-day ilk; per bu. OATii-Are attiet anti steady. No. 2 aFe , worth 43atim 'for mired, and 4sa470 for white. Choice white, 50c per btu 'Mellor grades are worth Ileadite or mixed, and 4M420 ler welts). Rejected are offered st 84 per bu, MESS PORK-There s a moderately Active market. Prime city is held at S21,50 per Mk Country is held at 121 12a2115 per bd. Sales to-day of eity at ;21 50 per brl., ease delivered. BACON-The market is easier add quiet. ' Clear sides are offered at 13altc; C104r rib , sides klc. and shoulders ithe per lb, epot, ! Packed. Sugar-cured haws are worth1314a14.41e per lb, eituvased and packed. LARD-The market is generally steady, with moderate demand, at 12a1230 per IL) air prime steam, and 18a13o for best eity ket tle; for country do, per lb. BULK MEATS-Market quiet and easy. Shoulders are quoted timagjte; clear rie aides 104a11e, and clear ides le45 per lb, spot, loose. COTTON-The market is dull to-day, with sales of 8 bales. There la a general decline of c per lb to-day. We quote: ordinary, 110; goou ordinary, MO; low middimg, middling, 18e; gems middling, 140; 'mid dling tam 14e; anti fair, 15e per to. WHISKY-The market is steady and active to-day at :SI 18 per gallon, and Mee at that ' rate of 875 brig. BEANS-The demand is moderate, but there is a steady market at previous prime. Choice navys are worth fl tiOfti alettitUUS tUal 70 per be. , BROOM CORN-Is in limited demand, with moderate offerings. We quote common red brush 6a7c, green stall braid ba9c, and choice green lurl 10e per lb. BUTTER-'I'here has been no material change in themarket. The receipts are large, but there is aeon tinned good local demand for higher grades. Shippers mid packers are buy ing moderately. We quote choice 28a2.5e, prime n2le, medium lealSe, end counnou 13a15e, per lb. ' OREESE;--The market eontinues steedy and quiet, at 10allo per lb for prime to titmice tory; ' COAL-The market remains firm,-end we quote Youghiogheny afloat 10e, and Ohio river 80-per btu Delivered to coustiMers Ohio river is worth lue, Muskingum, Hocking Valley end Kanawha, meet Youghlogbeay, Unite, anti Kanawha Cannel 22e per be. COFFEE-The market is firm, with good consumptive demand. We quote: ktio 21a Vise for common. Wale tor lair to good, and 24affixo for prime to choice. ORIEL) FRUITS-',1110mestie is steady end quiet. Apples are worth lialec, and peaches lea Ile for per lb for good good to prime. Foreign are iu moderate demand at previous prie,mk Layers, raisins are worth ta Ces2 50 Per box; ca me is quoted SeaSec, figs are selling at 15altic; prunes, 10),,alic; dates, 7atic; mid earrants lx,a8c per lb. EGGS-The reeelpts-are limited, and there la a fair demalati with Mat market at lee per doz. for fresh arrivals. GREEN FRITTS-Poaches remain steady with ample receipts and fair demand, at SI 75a 2 25 per um Apples are la only moderate de maud, with liberal supply,' at lia4 per brl for beagnates, and 130M111011 to good- at 41 boa2 50 Per bd. Lemons are worth Sikaill per box. and oranges are nominal, HAY-There lias been little or no change. The higher quatibies are in tair demised with moderate receipts, and inferior grades are plentiful and dull. W e quote: No. 1 timothy tOtr2 for loose, and118am tor tight-pressed per ton on arrivak and common hay Jitalb oar ton, on arrival. In store dealing require 12 per ton HEMP-There is a quiet market, with light offerings and very little demand, Rough lieu tucky is held at 145 per ton, au& dressed Iljas per lb. - - , , HIDES.-There la a quiet and steady market at previous prima- Greeu hides are worth ea 7,40, wet slatted. 8a9c; and dry Mut, 'Mite per lb. Sheep pelts are worth 75cast 25 lor good to prime, aud 25a50c for common. IRON, ETCL-Tho market le very quiet. The offerings arelargo. No material variation la prices. We quote following, giving the raoge of the market for all grattee ot pig iron at four months per ton: Charcoal. hot blast H.R.-No. 1. Walt No. 2,.do, $24a25; do. mill, 128: Ala bama. Georgia and, Tennessee, No. 1, $S1426; No. 2, Pia24; mid, 822; etone coal aud coke iron, No. 1, 24a2.i; No. 2, 23a22i; mill, $20a22; charcoat, cold blasts, H. IL, Mea50; Alabama. Georgia and Tennessee,warm and cold blast, E.15a40, blooms, 880aikk Wrought scrap, laliic per lb: cast, do, ate per lb ; khaveoul, do, a Me per lb; sheet Iron, boiled, No& 10 to 27, 4a4lict do. eliarmak. fratijie per lb; horse shoes,. 5 15a6, per keg; mule shoes. lel 7 5a7 per keg; steel, American cast, 17allict Ameri can east spring Meet, lle; imported tool steel. 20a126; German steel. leant) ue r lb. MIA, FEED-The market eontinues with fair demand at previous prices. The offer ings are moderate. We quote: Bran. gl7a18, ehipstuffs, 819a61, and middlings 4125s80 per ton, all on arrival, and Slag more per ton in store. MOLASES-The market has undergone no change. The oeinand continues air at ileati5e for liewOricaus, and 40a90o fur refined drupe per gallon. ODA-Linseed la quiet with limited demand, and it is offered at No per gallon. -Lard oil is steady, with lair demand for extra current make at Si Wel 05 per gallon. liegued pore leum is worth Maine per station. , POTATOES-Sweet potatoes are dull -at 12 at 50 per bri, in store. -Irish-ale nominal ae per bri. POULTRY-The receipts are moderate, and there is a good demand and a steady market. We quote: Young ohieheus 12 wan 25, and Litt grown Le bOal per doA - illOgr-There is a fair consumptive demand, and the market is better supplied. We quote,: Carolina, tOsatie thtit)See ' sula Man goon, laIxe per lb. SALT-There has beeti n Weigel change. Domeetie is in moderate demand at kle ter but and $1 45 per bri, on arrival. Liverpool coarse is in lair request at 11 10al Se per seek. Turks' Island reundus steady, and -is worth lelaSde per Mi. SEED,'-There is a limited demand for timo thy at S2 Wag et per be. in store. Clover is quiet and steady as 18j0180 per lb tor prime in store. lax is worth 1 6111'45 per bu, in store, according to quality.. 81141Alt-There is at steady market, With fair ! deineud, and we observe no material change in, !pri&s. Wequote: Yellow redned, ex ! tra "C," 10 alb c; "B" wine, lex aluxo; white. 10,taiio, and hart, 11e11ti per ib. TALLOW-Tee demand is about equal to ' the receipts, and the market remains Measly at, 90 per lb tor prime eity, and bo per lb int osountry. '11)BACCO-The offerings at auction yester-:, day wore 150 MO and 1 box, at the following pnces: hhda Mason County, Ky., trash, lugs hilds 15s550, 9 at sfi nal 60, 6 at 580Cili 70, 24 at $10a14 50, 20 at Male tO, 6 at $21, , 50; WI hhdt Brown County, Ohlo,,trash, lugs 'and leal-15 hhdo at lea7,-4 at S8a9 90, 11 at Me Nett 75. at $15 50419 15, 8 at ell 25a11176: at Mats Pendleton County, Ky., trash, lugs-and leaf-6 hhtis at f8 45.4 95, nut Steal 75, 8 at 115 417 25. 8 et Matti let hhds (Boone County, Ky.-7 hhus at Walt 25.1 at 516 TO, 4 at,l21 75a 124 75. 1 wool-4110 market le quiet and steady. The demand is generally Amal. We Quote; Va. washed an clothing per lb, 1,e27ot un washed ()carat to medium, 28a do; unwashed combing, ellimillot suiwitelted deletes, Steak; washed MO Ultildtin45. Waite; viaslied muse to medium, 40a48e; washed combing, Mateo; washed delaine, 44a4,-,e; tub.wasked, tchoice meow, 42a4to; fair to g000t 1911196; Pulled layba,.liasSy superfine, 114324. , .soa' , Cincistnati Live stock Narket. Citicisidaxl. Sept. 11-2 IL, The following are tlie receipts aimi shipmente 0111ve biona tor the past 24 Maros , Receipts, Shipments fii1 , , 11011 ilóge ... 00 ke V.I. 100. ' 9 1 Snoop Ild0 A ' 911 1100SIdatket (inlet awl firm. Stockers, 16 60a1 00: common light, 11 75a1 90: good to extra butchers', Safi 21 per csougi gross, CATTLitfitarket rathyr duil...Total range, $2 75a16 per nentai tor common to good. ellitiErMarket quiet, anti fair be good ars selling et sum per cental gross. ' 1Noimwo.....tpffreowp,...mgffeem MA111181'8 ICE l'ELZGRAPIZ littwatlete, Sept. 11. -Wheat: September, $1111; October, SI Barley firm, $1 14 for September, -Rotor - ',PEORIA. Sept. 11.....Coim quiet Rad Steady RI 68atee. Oata were: Ne. a white firmer at 4Ia 42c; rejected easy et 116a47)6e. Ilya:gall attic. Uswitort, N. X., Sept. 17. - Wheat steady: No.1 white Michigan, ti 42. Corn steady at 76e. Barley quiet: prime Canada, 4,1 Seal BO. BUFFALO. N. Y.. Sept. Pl.-Wheat firm but quiet: No.1 hard Milwaukee, to arrive. at 41 42. Cern dull: offered at Ste Oats Luactive. Rye and barley, none here. Tetzeo, Sept 17. -Wheat steady: amber Michigan, $1 t844, cash; $1 ert, Oesober" No. S ' amber, 41 O'L Corn higher; mixed, 66)4'el 10W utix80, 64Se, catth. Oeta uuchanged. - Cele ago, Sept. 17.-W heat eteadyt. Beate m ber, $1 Ititi; Octeber,S1 !Nal 10. tbm steadY September, Sitio; October, Mike. Oaks eniet: September. 86ic: October, 840. Porlt qatett September, 421 75 te 127 50. IKDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 17.--Flour. 116 Sea 00. Wheat.: new, 75tatt le; old, Si ISM 80. Cora: ear, Lie asked, and 82c. bid; shelled, 63464c; white, 64e. Oats: abase; new, nominally 25a 8lie Rye, 75ca$1. Clever-seed, $6 Wiel. Tim. ot-hy, 75a8 26. CLEVELAND. O.. Sept. 17.-Whent dull and firm: No.1 red. $188; new No.2 de, 41 te: eld, lel 45. Corn steady and unchanged. Oats le better: No. 1 State, 47e; No. 6 de, 4,60; white, 48e. 4tetroleuin very strong: S. W. 110 test, 10e: 150 State test, Ile, for car lots, and Ilifithe bighel for small lots. Meirefits, Sept. 17,-Flour dull and nominal Corn inactive: yellow, 81a82c; white. 85as0c, Oats dull and nominal. Lard steady and un changed. Bacon steady and unchanged. Eggs dull but uuchanged. Sutter Arm and un changed. Apples in good demand at full pricea: 75ca$160.. Petatewt dull aud nominal. BOIrrow, Sept, 17.-Flotir quiett superfine Western and State, 45 26a5 75; common extras, $6101 40; Iowa and Minuesota extra family, Se b0a8: winter wheat Ohio, Indiana and Mich igan, 87a8;; Illinois. $7 2-49; St. Louis, ST 25a 050; fancy Minnesota, $7 SOO 75. Corn quiet and arm 87a9le. Oats dull at 00a70e. DETROIT Sept. Pr.-Fleur steady at $6 IS for city. 'Wheat: white wheat strong and higher: extra, SI 87h; No. 1 white Michigan, SI Wm; No.S white tall, SI 26; amber Michigan, $1 28. Corn dull and lower: yellow 68e. Oats quiet but firm: No. 1 mixed, 41. Barley steady and 'firm: State, eta 25 Bran, 417 50 askol Meall pork, la 75a28. Larti: prime kettle-rendered. 18X6 for winter. Natintrume. beet 17.-Fleur dull at $600a6 50. Wheat dull at Cal 80. Corn dull and lower at 85e. Oats dull and lower at 451030e. PrOviaions quiet and unchanged. Lard, I5e. Bulk meats quiet and unchanged: eval3a13,1sc. , Bacon quiet and unchanged: 10altal No. Sugar cured bitins.146, ail peeked. Whisky quiet hut , Arm at SI 24 Coffee in good demand at full' priees at 21)gaitaic. , Lotritivitsta. ilepL17...-fflour is quiet and tin. changed. Wheat quiet and unchauged at 6119 el 45. Corn in fair demand and firm at 68a 78e. Oats quiet but firm at 403,50e. Rye quiet and unchanged at 85c. Ilay quiet and un changed et Provisions steady and en. changed. Pork nominal. Bulk meats. 63012 alte. flacon, iljia1834a131,te. Sugar-cured haute. 11,ial4gc. Lard eteady and anclienged at 14altAtt. Whisky and lower at 61 15. tioggiug quiet but firm at 14e14iiii, NEW ORLEANS, Sept. lt-Sugar firm, with jobbing demand: good commou, lle; yellow lOcadolasses dull: common to cadet:. 40a70e. Fleur duU with jobb:tie' demand: XX, S5 45a0; XXX, 'Ceti 75; cheese anti family, 4se860. Cornmeal dull at S3 62dt. Oats dull and lower at 00a60e. Voru dun at 116a011e. Bran lower at SI 16. Ray quiet: prime, 42niell. k'ork dull anti lower et I122 964. Ory Atilt meats dull: sheteders 910. Bacon .dull at ltwal4kic. klaius: choice ougar-eurd armer at 15a15,4c; ordinary. 14,i1:14Xe. Lard quiet: tierce, 14,44c; keg,15ge. PHILADELPHIA, Sept it -Petroleum thin: reened,11a1130; cruda. 01ic. Ploer: family ac. bye at full prieest extra, 16 25a5 50: Iowa, WISLICIMill and Minnesotaextra famliy, Se tha 7 WI State, Ohio and de, 48 504 25; high grades, $7 75a8 75. Wheat is in steady re. quest: old red, 41 Cal 46; new, $1 80: amber, 48a1 49. Rye, giaffle. 'Corn dull and weak: yellow, 74a75c: mixed, 'Mite- Oats are MIMI and freely offered: white, eta fee; damaged aud stalued,ffia40c. Whisky, 41,22. Butter -steady end unchanged. Cheese dull; Western line. 10allixe. Eggs steady: Western fresh, illatte BALTIMORE. Sept. '11-frionr dull but MI; chauged. Wheat quiet, but firm and un changed. 11,ra deli: Western mixed, 7114e Oats steady and unehanged. Rye dull and un changed. Ray erm and unchanged. Pro vielons stroll g: Pork,122 25822 60. Bulk Citing active: shoulders, etiethe dear rib sides, 12Na 12,30 loose. lixale3ge. p,cked. Bram adieu: shouldelo, 10a104c; dear rib, 181ge. itatila, 15a153gc. Lard active: refined. 14;014hic.' Butter scarce and strong: Western extra, 17a t8e; firsts, rettlic. Petroleum nominal: crude. 5A a e; relined, 11,1i alike. Coffee montinally unchaugett hisky quiet but steady at-$161a 1 ' , New YORE, Sept.11.-Flour is quiet: Super State and Western, t4 -8,5eS 65: nominee to' good extra, 45 70a b 95; good to choitte- lase 40; , white wheat eine. S0 45a7 50t. extra Onto, 1 115 65a7 20: et. Louis, 15 90a2 50. Rye flour 1 unchanged. Corn-meal st,ady: Western,48 65a '4 85. Wheat: No. 2 Lineage spring, al SU' 1 2tsg; No. Northwest, t4 Wag: No. 2 fd watt- i kee,SI 80a1 at; No. 1 Milwaukee, II Nat as: No.1 Miunesota, SI 40;winter red Western.:11 al, al 42; amber Weatern,41 Cal 43; white West-, ern, 40a1 56, Rye dull and noel.: bud: Canada In bond, 90c; State. 90a95e. Earley quiet but lira:: six rowed Slate to arrive, 61 22. Malt firm; Can ada West, 551010c. Corn: Western mixed, steamer, 72a74c; sall,774474lge; high mixed and yellow Western, 76a18e; white Western, Oats firmer: mixed white, new, 40abte: mixed Chit:ago, t4e; white Western choicte, We:West-, ern mixed, old, 57a58e; white do, old, 586006. Ray unehenged. Rio coffee dull and non:mat' Sugar quiet but steady: fair to good relluing, t34a8Ne; ,prime, Relined steady tit 10ate)ic. Molasses dull and DOIRD.Ri. Rice - quiet and unchanged. Pe troleum firm: evade, 630; relined. 12e. Strained rest quiet at 41 65a1 70. Turpen tine quiet ta chit litgaS2c. Eggs heavy : W est- eru. 19atic. wither unchanged. Wool ateady: Domestic Ikea). 43a65c.; pured, 27a4fic; un wasned.17a82c; Texas, 15a2:10. Pork firm:new mess Jobbing at 421 116; October, 120 Watt 86. Beef eutet. Cut meats dull. - Middles quiet: city, long clear, 12,0A(. Lard steady: prime skein, le 4-16a18301;Octolier, 18,io. Butter Iiinchanged. Cheedite dull at , histy owl at 41 1901 60. FINANCIAL - , CINCINNATI, Sept. 11-1 P.M. Oold is worth 11614 in New York to.day. is quoted bere 115N buying, and geld checks an Now York are we:41111e. Sastern, itatchange Is worth 'par buying, end 1-20 premium selling, with Aria market end fair demand. eterlieg exubange firmer to-day, the re eeipts being light, but rates are unchanged. 1 it is quoted 4.9? eight, and L84 elety days, said. There is a better demand for money to-day, with a considerable improvement In business. Prime beet:awes paper is vrortia the usual rates, end readily taken at 7a8 per cent. There is andmproved local,demend for Gov. eminent secant:am They are worth here k margin buying, and ' on New York rates. The following are the latest Well-street quotations: , Sold. , Oirered. 81 Bonds ... . - 14.ift 62 Bonds 64 bonds ft 06 Bonds. r 112g .. 65 New Bonds 1184t .i. tr Sonde. 68 Mende ...r ... - 161 10.40.14c.houpone., I ITN New , .46 , , , 217 Cy.601.. ..... : 1233t The tallowilig is the 1:20 P. M. rePort of New Torii btouk Market, as received bar Loa, tett & 28 Watt Third Street: Sold. offerti at. Bid. W. It. TelegrapS 79q PacifieMmi Adams 1xpreee .. li62)8 lel .4 W Oita, Fargo ,, 784 'American .. 68 a --- tr. S 45Ji edif i 24. Y. Central.... . 1 .:, ,' , 110;43i I, .it. 4 P..preCti....,..iii:tft ti,.. , .....4 it ...- 1 Erie .... le .ii. I 111111111111 a... . . 0 o Imo. Nag ,122.4 ' C.,1J. it I. t, .... 4 ' 1 Lake Skeirei.ii..N.,.. 92,g, q WO ' k ' . oko lo I CleyIL Pitts ' . 90 . , ..tag Rook laistoL , boo, &a,i St, Paul, cum .1 81)0 fit Paul, prerd. 111 . Watoasn. Ohio & Minsianippi, 17 r , ... I Union Pacific, ex die Ma Fort Lynn ., , 100 if COO & 8C-408. dto 70 Michigan Cntral 173t1 Illinois Central Canton wool, 0,0 Chicago & Attcn r eo vet deo ettlatktle & Pactitc . I 9uickeilver ?CUOMO , 101 AtiltiðatiO rile 06,1 o ani 4.w ' Money... ..... oe atm, oo eeee eoeo., ltriout iondon 17S i , I Parer Americans la ths Yorkist' Army. 1 The Aglerioaa Colonels in the servioe 01 the Koodive of Egypt receive as pay forty.six guineas per month, with allow. maces furquartere and duty In the prov inces. Contracts are made tor live years, with the right of renewal on the part ot the Government. Traveling ex. penses trom the United States are paid, and In case of 'an honorable diecharge the return expenses, with six months, Intl par, are granted. If an Meer Is obliged to resign on account of the cli. niate,'ho reeeives two months' pay and mileage home. In case of ,cleath from ordinary mouses, the widow nr family receives One year's full pay; but kitied in imittle, or wounded so that neatti ensues, his widow reoeives a pen.. sionnqual to hie half pay, which Is con. tinned untilliela demi' or remanriage, when it is divided among the childrea until the boys become of age and the girls nutrry. An oath of fidelity le ex. acted, aud alt American oilleers are obliged to renouuce the 4iroloction .01 our diplomatic agents abroad, and trust whatever causes that may arise to the Egyptian tribunals. The most promi. uent Yankee Colonels gre Long, who -made the famous expedition to Iti'tesa, and who is SOW' visiting the western countries to complete preparations lox another; Purdy, who reached the'cap. ital of Darfur, and tound an abuudanue ' ot water in the Nile between tuat point and his camp; and Colston, wbo is now penetrating the interior by a still differ. ent routs. Generals btoue,.0ordon and Loring are great favorites alth the Elie. dive. and exCeedingly ellicientsoldiets, while Proleasor Kitchell,. the geologist, Is so entranced with Itis explorations that it would he difficult to dratv sway. He nos tliscorered two gold mines between the lied tea and tile, Nile that bad been worked in ancient timea, with Liao shafts still open, and he is about trying kis head at Life in Egypt is very exciting, but 'heroism ,opeulogfor drolies. , : L Selling Cora. Sell no-oorn in the ear; have all -you , sell shelled. A band shelling machine trill answer if your crop is S balliti one; if large, get -one total worked by -a horse power. Neither will cost a great deal,' and we are very certain that the cobs,11 crushed, steamed anti fed to your cattle. will be worth mord to you in a single winter than the priceol a corn-stielier, whether you get -a small or large nine. We 'believe there is nne-thied SO much nutriment in bushel of nobs as them is in a bushel of graio,and we do kuow that cowe retell led upan three "woks of the teamed, or crushed cane-, in ail. Milan to the strait quantity of Jury or tope of fodder will keup Tat. Then why haul your coil to wiser, tabs) .gloon away? it ecota an ,iussch to .estivy bushel of cobs to tin, ...Lasko!, us it- does a bushel of corn.. Smis.1 your corn, leave lour cobs at home to uouriais your dot. tle, and. through them your land; and where Yoh now send este buotel af corn, you alit be able le traustpurt two ,tor the sante money. Look this subject fairly in the , lace, consult economy, consult the comfort of vour cattle, cow suit the wants of our soil, and you can not tail to take advice. The libtore, from the American Farmer, states tile cob question rather strongly.' There is, no doubt, nutriment enough in the cob to pay for grinding tro due, with Alia corel. and the ,price is usually enough better to pay lor shelling.; but the cob hat never been placed,ty analysis, at inure than ten per cent. of the value of gram. Live block 4ournal. , , .In confirmation of -what the Tra-Veller said yesterday dn regard te the busthebs outlook come repeated statements Item the West through private said other sources. From the Illinois district, rap resettled by Chicago,. thb teeing among Jobbers and retailers parte this an active movemeirt. Otte party bays: ,'The eat look ler years Las not been brighter than DOW." , Other parties who have traveled through the great grain-growing sections of Illinois say that never be Tore were country merchants so expect ant of a large and remunerative atrium' - trade as for the present easom Through out 'southern Minnesota nod mortheru Iowa the tanners &reselling tbeir Wheat at an 'average ot a dollar 'per bushel in large quantities. It 'is now estimated,. - on the best authority, that-the- amount of wheat from the territory intersected by the northwestern and Milwaukee railroads to he transported will lat 12,- .000,000 bushels in excese of any former year. The wheat is all secored anti of - best quality. l'assing down toward the Oido river the same encouraging mails. tics are sent 114i-ward, mid beat the reac tion is mole merked becauee -of the gloomy apprebensions.that were enter- tertained during the season ot the:heavy rains. Further South there is -little change to noticethe crops there have been 'assured, anit as the demand Is luny tip to the supply, the merchants throughout the Southern.Staties feel hot eacouraged but ialateiL Never, Mace' the memorable year el 1859, has there been Mich a prospect tor businisia. The productive prospects tit the West,South west and Northwest are tudicaute of a.- revival of business at the North mud test. With large crops.and remunera- Live priced' the producer at once makes exchanges with tne nuinufac- fairer and consumer, sad thie brings the reetoration of a legitimate &reamMos ton Traveller. -The Independent says: "No race can gain any ascendency in the United katesexcept the Amerioan race; tor as Met en the 'generationo of Irish, tan. man, English, etc., beoome native to our soil theylecome abolimated in character also. Each race acids a flavor to the compound; but the mixture has quail. ties of ito own quite distinct from those of any of ite component parts. Neither Ireiand nor Germany will ever govern , the country, beóanee neither of them coin - pour into our national stream a torrent A of immigration large enough to do more" Man- give it a .perceptible color. while otreain Itself Is constantly broaden. ing, and deepening." , M11,00.1Ndan,........ 0.1m110 The minutes of the teformed (German) Synod, !mid this spring at Fort Wayne, Indiana, give the iv:lowing statistics o tbe entire church: Synods, 6; ministera, 625; congregations, 1,1012; court:nun:eau:a, 143,118; unoonfirtned or baptized mem. berg, 87.666. The increase of membets slues 1608 is said to be bay per cent. , ,ft A