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THE DAILY, STAR 1 MONDAY. .111ZIPTEINEZE 24 " , , - . FitOrd rams AnOttlth. rampoirritiO stEcIALLT Pon 'rill tidta DATTOV, KT...dike the intrepid karehal Ger line eattght that belligerent 1 youth yet? Tim last seen of the yottth he Was heeling it thretigh Sad brick-yard, . :1119 coat-tall swung to the breeze, and Geeline in hot pursuit, with a pistol at faii cook. Soon after two shots were heard in that direetion. The Offellte of the boy is net definitely ascertained, but be didu't propose to go to the eatioose,"' Withoue ft warrant, hence the log bail. Ail this at a time yesterday afternoOn when peaceloyingeitizens Were at their 'derotions. Barren Weedlitity left Sattirday bight t6 join the iteaMer Arch. k. Green sit 'Memphis. The lied Stoning, On BaturdaY de feated the Cincinnati Striped Stockings by a soore of 22 to 9 in seven innings. A meeting was held at the M. E. Church yesterday afternoon, and a Missionary floelety auxiliary to the Ladies? Mission ary Society of Cincinnati was formed. ' Mrs, Dr. Muller, ot Covington, read a paper on 4.Wohlan'a Work.'' Quite a number of eubseribers appended their names to the reit of the Society., and it starts under very faVorable anspicee. 1.11DLOW, here as the Leanne Ilene .railway, a braneh of the Great C. S. R. R,, is fast nearing its completion. ' Our Peale Schools were never in a 1110110 flouritthing tiondition Mute at the present time; IFOU1 all we. ean hear the present management gives the utmost satistatition, which speeks well for the principal, Mies rairelough, and her able assistants. . . Tinie are at present a great many '- 'grind honsee for rent in this city,. and yet we hear nothing of tbe onerard stridea the puce iamous ItLudiete Street Rail road '' that would be likely to titer futili ties sto parties letting homes in this beautiful tittle nook. A ised naive at a fewIntidie meetings sad s attest tail,. read on paper Is not the occommodations that such tenants as are wanted bore are likely tio lieeept. , tAliBitit,Gli CITY, IND.Cambridge is really a Junotion oity, and oertainly has advantages as a shippleg Obit alid:' in lumber, &c., that ought to recommend it highly to enterptising menutaoturere desiring .a good looation. Perhaps her citizens have alit 'realized ;heir oppor tunities. The W.V.-V. IL presents zero in-. ducements to bile mantuacturer atiatany points.. There is opportunity all along the line for superior water-power, which some day will be developed to a mighty , power. There has been in the past live years a growing manufacturing interest along this line, that is already exerting a vale uble influence. Several large paper-mills are running Bight and day in this vielnity, and we' are Informed tbat the several mites of paper 'used daily for THE STAR iS menu lecture ti at the mainnteth mi'lls at Brook ville. CONNERSVILLE,.1111).The,inanu fee taring establishments are all -running. Prominent among these are the works of the Whitewitter Valley Gala and Silver Plate Company, a new organization, which -ammo-toed operatione January ' last. 'The Indiana Furniture Manufacturing' Company bare teMr building 400ated at the south side of the otty,and aro doing. a driving buslneas, 'turning out about 26o, bureaus per -week. They- commenced 1 operation in January iftet,anti now fill orders trout Flerida, '1Sxits,1 New York City dto. 'Good work isithe 'motto fall the CottH nersVille manutacttrers, and they em ploy only the best of workmen. d The prospeet of a grand future in man. efaeturing industry of the W. W, Valley , , is tudoed premising. ; "exiteLETILLE, Captain Amos, Omons,'. a ,bricklayer- of' this olty, Was: 'stabbed through the 'heart, on-Satarday iligtto ;by James Ball, a parreater,:tati: ,door to; him, on ',Mill etteet. Titers had been Amine difficulty between, the parties, owing, ;it la claimed, to; Captain Owens hawing Intel Rail arrested ' for disorderly conduct. - On liaterday'eveiting Gall went to the I 'house of Owens and hegan to atone it ()trees Imme'out, intending to go for ae officer when Mall straok him ' in 'Abe breast' with a kutte, tite blade enteriag besttle.the breast...hone, under the 'third rib. -Owens tell, wild .liall stabbed him again filth. lett side. , - Owens, who had come tothodoor Whir a light, ran to her bushand's assist-1 tune aud found him speechless. Ale died sin a few 'mantes. ; Nati west to hie own house, where be was diaarmed and arrested with -seine difficulty. 'OwensH was --a toady aid Industrious twice ' mason. Rail was a bridge carpenter by trade. kle had been drunk during the , dor. "the Allen.Cilib held a rousing meeting Saturday evening. man giving his name es Wm.'llsed, Itom Athens, O., was found In a stable in this city entirely nude. , Clothing was ' proeured by the capers, -end tim man inlien JO VW city , Ito te 4;4644, ofily au esoaped , I itEXINGTON, too;w4 rikk ' closed on Friday,' after a moat silt-nesefttl Ineetiag. Many of oUr prominent white eitizeas attended.' - -The 'Big Sandy Rairead 1iti 'showing ,,,' altos af life. nos Mary C. Bowman, of Mercer, was in the oity on Friday, for a day's visit co I way hams tram Mt. M.' S. Dowiten, 'Superintendent of the . Tounatio AsYlani, has gone, to indianap.i naticon a , , , Jackson Wilder, who wet irrested hist bteaday los bone ateablig, is "how . iggio badly. TWQ fresh warrants are witaitiog Written. , . , 'George Minor, the man who itole tll fit trout Simpaon, has, not bean heard front yet. - - - - rref. Chtrleil Schultze arrived, hems from Oermany ea Mouday swelling. ' City Council passed resolutions of reepect in memory of the late V. ri Randall leo Thursuay night. Mr. Lucian Carr. of the State Geolog Lletti 910rvey, le le the city. . ' Britueb, of St. Louis, prertehed in that Viral FrailSexism Charea Sun ,thay. Deputy Marshal Mernangh, of Banat ;las lies diaoharged. , Miss Florence liarget. of Covington, hat returned from a 'halt to Mt. tater 1104 alitt it visiting the Miaow' Stande,, t' ' , Toe Cynthianti races begin thie week. ,, 'Many of obireatizens will attend. ,sustiDA, IND,Thit Whitfield DTI ' patio Company hkt.yett oCeoloy an )axgellent house and In a most admirable 'painter on Saturday evening. The aot ing of the ocrtpany le geeð and the cid. zone or Aurora are to be congratulated Upon tee dramato Nast tenderea teem. The Hooeters ' defeated the Halts on Saturday, 18 to 7. ! The following -la a list of premiums awarded Saturday : Breeding cattleBull three years old. j, C. Jenkipel ball tee(' years old, J. C. Jenkins; butt one year old, J. C. ilenk ins; buil calf, J. S. Beckett; herd of cat tle, J. C. Jenkins; four cotes, J. C. Jenk ins. Cattle for Dairv PurposesBuil three veers eld, J. Liviugston; boiler calf, O. P. Coif. . , - , Sweepstakes on CattleBull of any age, J. C. Jenkins; cow of any age, J. C. Jenkins. Fine WOol SheepBeek of any age, Z. Buffington.; ewe one year old, E. Buffing the ; buck lamb, E. Buffington. Middle Wool SheepBuck, one year old, T. Livingston; ewe, one year old, T. Livingston; ewe lamb-, E. Small; buck lamb, T. Livingston. 1 ' Long-wool &keepBuck, one year old, I. C. Jenkine; ewe, one year old, T. Liv ingston; ewe lamb, T. Mansell; buck lamb, T. Livingston. Sweepstakes on SheepBest buck, J. C. Jenkins; ewe, T. Liviagston; fat sheep, T. C. Jenkins. Horses for Light HarnessStallion four years old and over, Dr. John Hughes; three years old, Je J. 'Williams; two years old, O. Hays; gelding lour years old, J. C. Jenkins; three years old, J. A. Duncan; mare tour years old, W. R. Curtley; mare three years old,W. Wilber; Mare two years old, J. W. Lud Equestrian Ring Lady, Miss Elia Skeen; gentleman, S. S. Cole. zPoultryPair light Brahma chickens, N. R. Dyke; pair mixed breed chtekeus, G. W. Johnston; pair ducks, J. Bache'. dor; pair geese, W. Smith; pair turkeys, M. James. Dried Fruit and VegetablesSpecimen dried fruit, Mrs. A. G. Jackson; dried vegetables, Mrs. Dr. Vincent; cmileotion of dried fruit and veaetables, hire. E D. Stagg. Fruit ButterSpecimen fruit butter Mrs. De. Vincent; display ditto, Mrs. G: W. Mitchell; haus basket, Mre Vin cent; display of geraniums..IL C. Busk; display of cacti, Li. C. Bush; dieplay of dahlias, Annie Laue; rustle work, IL C. bush; display of out towers, Annie Lane; bouquet, Carrie Campbell; single' plant of any kind iin bloom, 11. C. Buell. Farm ImplementsMowing machine, separate, O. P. Cobb Co.; combined reaper and inowstr, Poole; horse hay rake E. S. Downey; caltirator, Lin ' M arr. Donoestic ManufactureTen yards or rag carpetlars.P. b. Stagg; pair ,woolen socks. Mrs. R. E. McCreary; woolen knit mittens, Mrs. A. G. j ackson ; 'woolen knit gloves', Mrs. Jackson; toot mat, Mrs. Stagg; hearth rug, laary Canfield; woolen biankets, Mrs. Jackson. NeedleworkBest matte silk dress, 5ire. -A. G. Jackson; woolen dress, Mrs. sivalcson. PreservesDisplay of preserves', Mrs. S. F. Blummer; jar peach preserves, A. G. Jackson; jar apple preeerves, Mrs. Quigley; jar plum preserves, Mrs. Plum aterOarcherry preserves, 4. ack son ;Aar quince preservhs, Mrs. Wink ; strawberry preserves, Carrie. Campbell; jar grape preeerves, Mrs. P., D. Stagg; biackberry preserves, T. Da vis; gootieberry preserves, Mrs. A. G. Jackson; currant preserves Mrs. P. D, -Stagg; tomato preserves, drs. Quigley; citron preserves, Mre.- Jauksou; pear preserves, ,T. Davis; raspberry pre berves, Mrs. Quigley; prune preserves, Mrs. S. F. PlUtiMet; crab apple pre serves, Aire. Stagg. ' Flowers Dieplay ot budding-out plains :in Dr.; Vinceula play ot roses in bloom, IL C. Bush; spec imen ot roses iu bloom, H. C. Needie-work Child's dress, Lotta Smith; shirt, -Mrs.,loCrearyt speohnen, .of needle-work on canvas, Alm Jack son; on chat, Mrs.Jacksot ; oa knot, E. Glarden; on mush's, E. Glarsion. COVINGTON,.The celebrated pitcher of the Stars, Mr. Joseph Blong, has been. auspeaded from pay and Waying with the nine wait tee order is recalled by the President of the Club. - , , The funeral-of Colonel Thetas Porter took place yesterday-alterneon from-bie late residence, corner ot Second aud Scott streets. - The 'services were con duotedby ltdV. W. H. Felix, assisted by the Rev. .L.31. Worrell, Mis re.. Mains vere interred lu Linden Prete' Cemetery. Thieves 'entered the tense of William Waterman, on Greenup 'street, opposite the Court,house, and stale a small Lemur eilver coin and ether valuables. - The new. First National Bank Building has reached its last story. , Mr. H. Macomber, Superintendent Of the Kentucky Central Railroad Omnibus Line, died yeterday afternoon at the St. Elizabeth's Hospital, alter a severe illnese et ten ' DiebtLarnbert, tee Martet.mailter; has recovered so tar from his illness as to be able to be about the streets. , 'Tee Bair unto, in the ;Mine ivRli the flartfords-to-day, will be: Mack, 'first base; Stritif, seoond base; Shoup,. third base; Cummings, short-stop; Walters, right field; MeSuricy, lett tioid; center fieid; Tennison, - atelier, and 01 the Ludlotv club, pitcher. Coroner MoCabe en Saterday list held an inquest on the body- of a dead man found imbedded in the earth on the river bank near BroseMer's Landing, below 1 Ludlow. The body WOO three feet wider the ground, with one of the hands com pletely gone. A plain black necktie, ,portions of a shirt, a pair of troweere and a pair of new boote, were all that remained of the clothing. The verdict of thejury was supposed aeatli trona ac., aidental drowning. The Bessie Peari,the Hain-street ferry, burnt her boilers about. 5 o'clock yester tei day altert100n, and Was necessitated to suspaud operallen. r, , , In the Mayor's Court this morning, Robert Lee, 'Chain rabic, 'Henry Sian. 'berry and Pat Clark tor a drunk each 'were fined, TesPeetivolt II and 'cost. Wm.. McDonald, Thomas ihnlee and Harmon Clatk, charged with a breach ot the peaee, vrere continued anti' day. ' , , A rumor reacbes us that a: wed diug,je erten to lake plaits it that elsestopre cinct known as Hell.in-town. Tee guilty i parties arewell, we 0,111 Itot say I present but will give tuB Porticulars in a few days. - Judge W. W. Cleary started for Fel. moatb tett merning, Where the Criiitual Court convenes to-clay. Edward Jenkins, rho maks a heal., ing wintertime' around his own beartb-1 stone, was lined ale by Judge Athey this meriting. Ed. and Ca , Fratto men. tribute very liberally Willa School Fund of our city in the way of thew- - NEWPORT. -- The Chancerg Court couyened tide morning. Wedeman, who some time ,e,go breke hie leg- afitt was confined' to bit bed, -has recdvereð and hs cat - Urn. K. Hoodand wee thrown ono, a buggy on the A lazito drift pike, trday , and broke her arm. A. Committee of Turners' visited KC Louie Coneinue yeaterdan and preeemed to iiim,readiutione of condolence regard ing the death, of hie Where , - In the City Conn this morntng Itichard Walsh was up for getting into a bed not hi' own., However, it was not the get. Ming in that created the rew, but the wo. man who discovered him. there. Judge Geisier assessed a tine of $10 and costs, which will probably learn Richard a 108. eon. James Maloney, drunk, fined $1 and costs. , - Pereons living along Saratoga street complain that tile engines are allowed to stand and puff away all night, much to the annoyance or persons who are not engineers and who want a little rest. The Democratic Executive Committee hold a meeting at the office of Colonel J. C. Ducker ma next Wednesday even ing. About 4 o'clook this morning, while the the driver of Harman Quell', groceryman oa Saratoga street, was driving along 'Pike street, Cinoinnati, he collided, with in expressman, causing the shafts of his wagon to drop to the ground, which frightened the horse. The young man was drawn out of the wagon by the lines, but fortunately escaped without injury. The horse then broke for the bridge, dragging the broken shafts after him. He crossed the bridge. and-was brought to a stop Or a man named Moreland, who drives a milk wagon. The horse is con siderably bruised, and wilt be unfit for use for several days. Wm. Dennett, Frank Fry, John Atkin son and,George Gifford have been on an fishing excursion near "Four Mile." They had eucceeded in proeuring about one hmndred pounds of the finny tribe, when some scoundrel entered their tent and stole the entire lot. Two of the boys were in town Abis morning procuring warrants for the arrest of the rascal. Abel Davis is a candidate for Council man from the Fourth ward. Tne friends of Henry Weidner wigh us to announce him as & candidate for Councilman irom the 'Third ward Mr. Frank Ludwig, merchant tailor on York street, has concluded not to live atone any longer, and will be united lu the holy bonds of matrimony. Mrs. Mary Ziegler is the cognomen Mt the fair lady. bile resides in Cincinnati. toLA. S. Berry is a candidate for the Mayoralty. Mr. Berry le man who understands well the municipal govern ment of our city. 1 The Chancery Cettrt -convened -this this morning. ; Plass Services et the I.111. 0 , torresnondeuee of lite Star. DAYTON, 0., Sept. 20. -, During the past week sthe Young' Men's Christian Aesociation of this city has held daily religious services in a, tent pitehed In, the Court-house yard.' Beneath this ample canvas an audi ence of twelve hundred can be seated. At the evening services the tent is crowded, and during the day the au diences are large. Messrs. Stocking and Sheaf, of Cleveland; Dr. Munhall, of In dianapolis; Rev. A. S. Taggert, of Pitts. burg, and the clergy of the city, have of ficiated with great acceptanee. On Sat urday afternoon the tont was'well filled, by an audience of youth, and a sermon on the text, "Teach me thy way, 0 Lord, and lead me in a plain path, because of , mine enemies " R.27, 11,. was preached by Rev. B. kV: Chidlaw, of Cincinnati. This 'discourse held the attention and evidently interested and instructed the audience. At the close of the meeting forty-two youth and adults arose tor prayer. The servioes are growing in interest, and attended by evident tokens of Divine favor. To-night Bev. J. IL Brooks, D. D.1. of St. Louis, formerly ' pastor of the b Mt Presbyterian Churcii ot Dayton, is it preach in Like tent, and to continue his labors several days. This religious movement is oaily gain ing ground. All 'denominations twill aliy unite; the clergy and laity with one heart are helping in thievevangelistio work. .The Y. M.. C., A. of Dayton is in. 'a very nourisaing arid prosperous midi tion, quietly and effeetually prosecuting its mission of love for the salvation of the masses. The tiuilding, recently purchased for, $15;000, is paid for, and afiorde great fa cilities in the prosecution of their work as good Samaritans and true Evangel. lets., The. Ainioeiation is preparing to build a ball 76 feet by b6 feet,ou the rear of the tot. Tne liberality of the cititens of Dayton in the support of this work of Chribt and humanity has already abounded, and will be found sufficient to sustain the enterwise in its luttre plans 'and operations. - FRIEND. 4.0 di. -.THE BIPOSITION. Alter-a, 'dot nt. rest, the Eitposition opened this morning bright and cheery, though a perceptible shiver crept through tile that nanted. the , . , Armlets to look lexiously toward their dowers in Horticultural Hall. The at tendance of lait eek its tar better thin Was 'eXpected, running up the. net reeelpts several hundred dollars more than the same week pt last year. The attractions tor this week will be the dower-days of Tuesday and Friday, the latter promising to be the finest and largest display of the kind ever seen, bot only in this country but probably in the world; it being fotind necessary to erect 5,000 sclitare Met cm table to accom Medate all tue application) for space. Probably the moot attractive feature ht the Ladies' Departmeht le the display nt 'retying mainlines, which extends &l inos 'around the mare Judi. including the celebrated Wheeler it Wilion, the Remingtou, the Binger, and many others of hardly less note. The display of the Singer Mantifactiming Company Is very fine. Thereire exhibiting tear different kinds of machines, some Which- are entirely 'new and possess features which :are worthy. of nutlet). First is, their which is so VIO1i known 'it is alefest uaneuessary eall knee,. lion to it had toe Mt tiotiebd Solite Very fine specimenis of Work done on this ma chine, espeoially in the Bile Of fithbroid-. ery, such as Wan, dowers, butter bey alsokra exifibltilig. for As time their "New No. deo a large machine constructed finlike pelwatple of their new famtly Ififichlite, but adapted to tallorleg and otroti-dttlfig, lied le le arranged that all the attachments for Wilily Sevolug osn aPplied, and fa a Machine eapdble of doing e greater rairge of Work th n any heretofore trianatitotitted by thle Cempany. Thee there is whatnot call tee "Toro Needle Maohlite," for Waking twó parallel rows ot stitching at the genie lime. , The needles are atkinstable so Pat the spaceIbetween the-stitching can be regulated to suit the Worki This ma, 'chine to gaped for, ttaying itearia di all descriptions, eild IS used partionlarty by oboe and het and can inanulacturars, Tbey also have what is called the -"Zig Zeg" machine,- Web floes ornamentai stitching aufonlaticallyi. Another new and interesting pike bf lif their new:""itutton.hole xaceifie," whielit we ,understand, is the. unil priteticaluitiebine wade exclusive. ly for that parposer lb works the but. ten-liele sitheo eleth- or leather with-erapidit,7 and precision almost incredi ble; 4'" 4, 4 ' - - - t' , Besides the sewinu inachtnes there are a. thoutaull aria one okieets that would. amply repay aný due tor it visit to.theLailies' Departtnent.' Tat teeter the eagillet will Lkkeil UP Bain MIS tinning an d Will prObably be completed by Weduesday. The Keel? Motor, w h ioli b at agitated the scientific world so much of late, is represented after a faellion by a cold-air pump, exhibited by Cope & Maxwell, in the northeast corner of Power 'Lail. These geetienien have probably the finest and moet complete display of 6,Water .worke" engines and pumps ever exhibi ted in this part of the oountry. a Mot, alt the machinery in Power Mil this year is of the very best descrip tion, proving toaclusively that mann. lecturers attach some weight to the medals awarded by the institution for superior merit. Nuele will be furnished by the Gerinania Band tide afternoon and by the Newport Barrack Baud this evening. Base- Bagh anything could delight tbe hearts of Cluoinnatians in such miserable vieathe r as this, it would be to have their pet club, the Reds, squash some &aimless club like the Browns. This oherlshed ides was reallged Saturday afternoon, and would have caused more rejoicieg if the game had boon played to the end. In the last hall of the ninth inning a high fiy was struck to right field, where Wardell .caught it rather near the ground, when the Brewn Stockings claimed that it was not a fair oaten. The game was finally called, when Ole umpire decided 9 to 0, in favor ot the Retie. The score was as follows: Innings 1 S 8 'I 8 9 Reds 01902840o-1S , Browns 410111101410-9 1 Tee game between the Stars and.Lud lows resulted in a defeat for the Stars by a score ol 7 to ti. Some charges ol un fair play were brougut agates& ir. Joseph Biong, the pitcher of the Stars,. which occasioned his temporary. dis missal from the club. The affair re mains as yet unsettled, and in justice to , all parties, should be dropped tor the prevent. The Ludlow' and the Hartfords will play Tuesday eftertiden at 1.aultow Park. This promises to be a very close game, as the last resulted 41 to la favor Of the Ludlow. The Philadelphia& will play the Red Stockings at the new grounds this afters noon. Josephe the celebrated pitcher, will play in the'Philadelphia nine. The Vanguards defeated the IXI. by a BOODS ot to xi. , , In a game played Saturday afternoon, between the Dahiles ot Buckeye street, aud the Livelies, the -former were suc cessful by a score of 20; to 7. A match game of ball was played last Friday afternoon, between the Crescents, of Oinednnati and the MoArthure of Day. ton Ky.; the score standing at the lose of the Ith inning 81 to 8, .in favor of the McArthurs. Friday night a locomotive of a coal train on the Lehigh Valley railroad ex ploded at Stony creek, andiohn Bergh tier, engineer; John Dupler, fireman, and Benjamin JEloffman and R. W. Kelp, brakemen, were instantly killed. pozzcz COURT. Drunk and DisorderlyIL B. Green, Mary King, Chas. Duberry, :times Wilson, Chas. Moore, Chas. Smith, John Garrity. Margaret Price, dismissed; Thos. Patton, J. B. Luken, Louis Ulmer. Celestine Newcomb, costs; Thos. Fisher, 10days; Chas. Mulligaa, Chas. Bobo, Fred. Flohrer, St end coetif; ,Neak Fisher, 4imothy Buckley. 23 days; Dennis. Qualy, 90dayst Dan Donohue, Mary Devine, S3 and costa; John Doyle, ball forfeited; Wm. John son, Itiat. McCann', Martha Devine, Sti and costs; Mollie Keefe, 60 days; Sarah Alexander, Josepn Gibson, 30 days; Jennie Brown, sill and costs; Henry Romer, continued to 24th Inst. MiscellaneousFrangott tiehrhardt, abusing family, continued lo gist; Jerry Dilitm, Annie Hagerty, petit larceny, dismissed,' John Mul ler, Henry helson, same, -costa: Thee. Bilton, P. Coleman, Henry kimmick,ganling devices, dismissed: J. 8. Shrewabury, J Netyman, loit ering, same, G. Blackburn, concealed weepons, S10 and costs; Georgia Carr, adultery,. costs; IL IL Houghton, obstructing hosts; Jas. Jack, Granville Tung, W. A. Ray,' same, diSM1Sded: Benry Will,ains, loitering, ledays; Mary Ann 'Maley. petit larceny, SO days and $60; Thos. Blume, Hobert Walker, same, COR tinued to Mat inst.i Louis Griamay, aummitting nuisance, S.3 and costs; Nellie Harris. vag, days; Geo. Weod, Thomas Gray, tame, ta and costs; Jas. McDermott, .loitering, continued to gist; Wm. Smith, receiving stolen goods costs; Rosa Leonard hand Mick Filbert, sixty (133'8; John Jackson, sante, thirty day.; w tn. Miller, -abusing family, east; Lizzie Holmes. varrrancy, sixtydays; David W.Buck, fugitive 'from justice, continued- to the 21th; Henry Roemer. robbery, same; wm. 113!acey, petit larceny, continued to glith; Noah Fisher, same, thirty days and 8100; Mollie Smith, loitering thirty days: Allen Wenzell. mall Mous deelructiott, S:20 and costs. Assault and itatLery--A. B. Green, thirty days and $114. Win. Tectienburg, emits; Der than Suipke, same; Wm.. continued to Seth. - . , . Meal Zidats Transtbrs. , ! B. Wilder and wile to. H. C. Bradley, 9M yea,s' lease of a two-story building 01 lot 50 by 1W feet, on the northeltet corner Of the Cin cinnati, Hamilton and DaYton railrOad and South street, Twenty-first ward, at au annual rent of Wilt with the Privilege of Purehasing tite same for 82,800. H. C. Bradley tO Bradley t ildör, 1)( years' lease of the lot and building above de seribed, paying for the term 1752; Amelia Dierkers to Louise Dierke's; the 1111. divided fourth of a lot 25 by 105 feet, on the southeast corner of Bellevue avenue and Mc Lean street, Mt. Auburn51 and other consid. erktions. , , , , . !,. , Patrick Dorsey andwife toAnthony Hirsche, five years' lease of a store and -two rooms in tne premises on the northwest oorner of Milton and Price streets, at an annual rent of 5180. Bxecutrix of J. C. Conrad to Margaret Hof gosling, lot 25 by 10A tee en oe west sine!of Central avenuS, IttM feet north of Findlay. etreet,45,0o1). ' - - Henry Fahner and wife to Christine Brucht man, leasehou4 a strip 1 by .1110 feet, on the north side of the Lower river road, west of the Bassettroad.,TWentlAr2111fatd-Olitc. .L , George Carpenter and wife to Chas. Spotts and wife, lot 66 by 819 feet, on the south side ot Clinton avenue, 168 51-100 feet west of Burnet Avenue in Section 16, Milloreek township-44gs and ether Centiderationts r,.. , Procter and G. H. Pendleton. Trustees, to J. LI. Kohltaescher, lot 25 by Wm feet,. on the eouth side of Dandridge street, 475 feet Oast of rendleton street-41,750, , , Bernard Fransea to t'l Prost, 14420 by Si, ,feet, on the east side of Elm street, 115 Viet 'north of Green street-48.500. Fannie E. Bowles and husband to Jame M. Prencli, 100 acres, in Sections I Snail, White water tewnship, rptitclisim.-4260. .iana. M. French to John Brennii, itinitrint Scideth and Wit tkiJaCob lät SS by 110 tee on the north side of MenseS , street, 75 feet east of Chtu-ch street, in Bending ! -41,1100. - , , , Peter Act tne'y . teit Lit if, it, a, tr, 41, 42 end 52 in lieff's subcbrision,,Twenty- ! first ward; also, two lots on the west sithiand one on the east side of the Walker , Mid road, south of Abe Lehman wadi. Twenty-fourtta warti-81 and other considerations. , , , - nava h McLean to Andrew Goerke, 10t. 10 ! by 25g feet on the south side of Oeitler street, Ills feet west ot Harriet street,41,000. , 8, W. Bard and wlie to Samuel listberall. tot 25 by 20 61-11.10 feet,. on the north side of Liberty street. 646 feet west of Western avenue-42.25 ; ja Trnotee, to., Pizabotn kW delph, Lot 14,, Block A, in, the Cottege Hid subdivision, in Columbia, First ward. 24 ,by 126.4 feet--420:4 , , " , Jelin Cameron and wife' to' Martha 6011 1-100 of as Aare, 8eQi404, 88.1 SYlumes township-41,-Iove and affection. itzrza NNW'S - The weather la clear and cool. ,The river la rtatetslowly; 44 feet In the thiteaelk Leaviug leuayleneellng.- Ragout rotnerov, a. C. reealelr I littutientoug HI anise btate Lout.ville Hudson. ' teays Tueid SyEvansville, ritnmi 42hittio SSA river, Ells Hughes. Prang Ot TIM IP" , ' Special to the sw" , Pirrioteue. pope. tit...Wier will feet 5 inches in Om channel by the p Mar ill Clear and cool. W heeling-4 feet and ri sin g ' CherlestooS feet a inches and rising 1110W17; Portsmoutto4 feet aud rising slowly. , Iiivansville--5 feet and !Mite; slowly. cairoIng feel, and falling slowly. , Morgantown--1 8 inches and Ninny Greensbere'--rx feet and rising. BmwnsvilleSis feet and stationar, ork on tbe iiihawneetown levee le pregress Ing rapidly, anti will be completed in about thirty days. One hundred and My yards of the Cairo and St. Louis Narrow Gauge csved tato the river Friday morning. The new steamer Home is being rapidly nom pleted at Evansville, and will WITS for Vicks burg the last of next week. Captain charlie hi tiler and his brother A. El liott Hiller, of the Mary Houston, were in the city over Sunday. Captain Miller talks of loading the Houston at tairo the owning wee& for a return trip to New Orleans. R. O. Shinkle, Esq., Secretary of the Cincin nati and St. Louis rilote Aleoelatiam la again a candidate forConacil from the Newport (Ky.) Fourth ward, He was defeated for this office aet time by only six votea, and, Democratic like, proposes to try it again. Captain J.N.W 11111611111011, of the Itraina Gra ham, is in the city. Cant. W. Ir. Yeller has returned frOill Canadian tbur looking finely. Capt. Ben fell. Herrieleee bait Mounted COMT mend of the Hudson. Capt. John S. Patterson, of the C. 11- Chitral arrived here yesterday trout Cairo. The Florence Lee Saturday night struck the rocks in the Tennessee river, fifteen miles above Paduesh, and sunk. There are only six incites water over her main deck, and she can be relied easily, Most of lite crew of tbe John L. Rhoads bars gone to Pittsburg. Capt. Ike Whitaker is in the city. The Thos. VV. Menus him laid up at Ashland. The Grey Eagle and Titristrion have laid up at New Albany. The mail steamer Emery City was burned to the water's edge Saturday morning at Kings ton, on the Tennessee river. The cabin caught fire from a stove in the engine-reem Loss small. Only three boats are now left on the Tennessee river between KnOxville pal Chat' tanooga. The Carrie V. Ketintr and Glencoe ere lead ing at st. Louis for New Orleans. The Elliott Brothers have bought the stA3rn wheel Ella, and will place her in the Memphis and White river trail in connection With the Augusta, harming e line of semi-weekly pick ets. The Shannon left MeW ,Orleans Saturday night for Cincinnati. MUNN iffAitzitz ,OMMI Utsontgarl. arPts PJAL FLOURThe market Is steady With Int imprOved demand to-day. Family is worth 16 Wall 60; extra, 15 3;46 76; superfine, $15 00a 6 it, and low grades. 14 Wad 40 per brL Spring wheat Sour, $6 Wall 60, and rye dour, lb 00a6 25 per brL - WREATThe market is Quiet and steady.' Red is worth 11 2Nal SO tor ordinary white, $1 55a1 40 for good to prime MAY. Inferior grades hill at 9041116 per lin, according to unality. ,OATSThero is a fair demand to-day. Good sample are , worth itaa400 for mixed, and sla Ple Lir white. No. 2 are quoted 48a450 for mixed, and 45447 for white. Choice white bnng 50c per Isa CORNThs market is easy, with bexvy re ceipts and a fair demand to-lay. Mixed is worth 65a07e, with aides of No. 2 shelled at quotations; white le worth 09a7iii, With sales of shelled at 10c per bu. RY aContinues steady and quiet. No. 2 Is worth Etic per bu. Inferior grades are quoted 70s75e, and rejected is worth about Ilse per bu. BACONThere is but lime doing, but a steady market. Shoulders are worn' 9)4'a-clear rib siaasity4o, end X more asked; clear shies Isse per lb. spot, for packed. Sugar-cured hams are worth 16)014xc per lb. LAILDTbere is a Ann market and a good demand for prime stanon at 13Xalame per lb; city kettle is quiet at Salial3Xc per lb. MESS PORKThe market is steady, and there is a fair demand at 121 50 per bri. Coun try is worth $21 26 per IttL Sales ,to-day 165 brie city at Pt 1Y1 per bd. easit. BULK MEATSThe market is quiet, and i3lear sides are quoted 1,2xek clear rin sides, lixe. and shredders axe per lb, spot. for loose, and holders AA V) mere. Sales of 43,003 IDS ' clear ribs sides at IX per lb. - .- CoTTONThe market 18 dull: wilco to-day 4 bales. No change In Prices. We quote: Oritinart. Ile; gooti ordinary, 120; low mid Thing, Ilict 13Xe; good middling, 14c; mtddling tam, 14got and fair. lama W111:4E2-14 in moderate demand to-day, with sates of brie t $1 16 per gallon. BEANSThe demand Is moderate, bat prices aro steady and unotianged. - We quote me diums 311,41 80, and chino navys 1100 per bei. BEOOM CORN Thedemand is moderate at proviore prices. Common -red -is worth 6a7o; given stale braid Maio, and fancy green hurl brings 10e per lb. BUTTERTue martetis firm. The reeelpts 'of higher grades are light and not equal to the demand. There is a incinerate shipping and packing demand. We quote: Choice 24a 24i per lb. ixtra - selection .of packages are won h la2c menre per lb.. Prime is quoted 21a22e, meditua grades 17a 19, and common 14a160per lb. CREESE-Prime to choice factory is worth, texaile per lb, and there is a stoady market with fair demand and moderate offerings. COALThe wholesale market Is firm with an improved demand. Youghiogheny Afloat is worth 10,e and onto river axe per bit. We quote: Delivered to 00k8111148111, lue for Ohio river; ileac for Hooking Valley. Muskingtun and Kanawha; Sale() tor Pittsburg; anti 22e for Kanawha Cannel per bu. , COFFEEThe market has Undergone Ate variatiou. and there Is a fair .demand. We quote: Itio 20022)4e Mr minima 22a24c for fair to goou, and 24Xita5lie lor prime to Choler. DRIED FRITITSDomestlo is steady and quiet, Apples are worth paida, add punches ion Ile Mr per ib tor good to prime. Foreign are in moderate demand at previous' pricer. Layer raisins are worth $2 4t42 6U per box; cit ron is quoted 261003; ngs are selling at Prunes, 10xalici dates, 7s,affc; and currants 7XaSe per lb. EGGSAre anti,' with good deMand and moderate receipts, and we quote fresh lac per cloaca - - GREEN narrrsreachati are lifniciderate demand, with 1arge, receipts, and they lire worth -Slat 50 per box. Appled are in fiiir re quest, with ample stipply. and jellies at $2a8 50 per bri for geed te unifier. Lumens are worth si2a13 per box. MAYThera Ilia firm market, with moderate receipts, and the highergrades continue in fair regnest, Nal tirnothy is worth 12204 kir loosa aud 52001 for tight pressed, per ter- Inferior qualities are duil and held at 610416 per toii, all on arrivilL In store, &alms ask about 12 more liNfil.FThe Ot 1$ atiadt and Oda.' Tin rticolpte ate not large and the demand, la Orily moderate. We quote Rolqik Kentucky, 114Ualte per ton, anti dreamed henip is worth 1,0a10)0 per pound. IIIDESTharek quiet Milady market 'at previous pricer. Green bides are worth 6a -1X; Vet satted.',, Salle:Atitt drt thuds 14415c per IN, ,Stiotia Itelta are' mortis. lariat 26 for good to prime, aud 214600 for 80M1808. , MILL FEEDThe offeringa are lartr and the marrkvissomewhateasion; Area is Worth aid maw ritiostatir 119a214 and andlihnts SUMO per ten, on arrival4 sad 81010 per ton m sten v-- s -," moLAssaskba market htur underseas ati change.. The awn and -eon Glides fair at Waal ler blew Orleans,- and Mak for relined &trope tilLia.Tuare Is limited dediald for linseed with liberal offerings at Matido Ow Italica Librit Ott is in fair request, end meetly. at Si es st Pot lientiut henget& potrolown is,werth 18814o per SALTThere beibeen Material ehringe, Doinertib h in moderate detiituid les ner bu, and el Si per bri, on arrivale Liverpool-coarse is In fair request at al Mar SS per stack. Terkel Island rentaincateadyi' and m worth Slane . : per Inc . , Sif..60-,CloYer is quiet at le. p'er ih for prima, in storm Timothy is in lair detn - 1661416 par be, in store. Nina is quo, - al 44) per MI..; t , A ., SUGAR-there is a fair- demand, enct 0.4 marifet continues firm, with uo variation in priees. e quote; Yetiowretideti, tiNotioa; ea. tra "C." le aiug-c; "B" white, los altolog "A" anywailmand hare. IlWattMU TA L. LO 4 -4 he demand is Maud equal to the recut pts,,and the market females steady at ge per lb for prilau city, and axe per lb for tountry.', , : . w, - .100TATUD-Sweet potatoes are in monerate demand at tiat lour store. Irug, dull and offered at 6.1 'Skid SO per bri. oltiolisus-ere in..Iroo4- -demand'. with a skarly market, et 68a4 per dozen, anti Ina receipts are stinieraily moderate. ItIGH-Thera IS lair consumptive demand, , 1 aid the Market is better supplied. We Caroline, Sjilit tat Leamiese, 'eltir pee. fieliio per lb. m,momommo C114101104 ifigq AtPON lgarbell CINOINNATL Sept. 20-2 r. The recelpte and shipments of live stook the past te Magee were ita fellowef s - bleesieth Shipmente. Cattle,9t1.4W , 1821 Hogs 1904 ' 4 ea Sheep 1st ROOS-Market quiet and arm. StockessV $6 beta ,-: common light to good light are" worth t $7 0087 75; good to eitire butchers' 68 MI 60 per centel, gross. CATTLfe-morket arm, with fair demand $2 nal 50 for common: 48 Isii4 'OP medieval grades, and $4 'IMO ter good butchers'. PS extra offering. SlIESP-Merket steady, snit fair to gootl ere selling at $21 thie a4 se per metal grow. ; - M411411414 12 , MILWAVAlli Sept. SO.-Whoa:it Septembeet It (al OeStabart 41 ?teeth. Sept. $0.-Corn quiet tad steady, 58a59e. Oats active: No. e weite gmer et sle 42e; rejected easy at Bye dull -- Oswx00, N. Y., Sept,t1. Wheat steady: No.1 white Miehigen,811 Corn sMady ate 76e. Barley quiets prime Canada, SI Sea 110. Strirret.o. N. Y.. Sept.. $0.-Whest Ina but quiet: No.1 herd Milwaukee, Marries. at 41 Corti dull: offered et 72e. Oats liteettve. lidtg , and barley. nose bar rerresetto. Sept. 20.--Wheet if in fair de mend and priees unchanged. Corn' is quiet: fueled quotet telelee. ot traelm Petroleum quiet but dm Drums, St MN at lease ker's; redued, 12X8.12jin, Batilatielpine err. CHICAGO, Sept. 10.--Wheat steady: Sep tember. $1 01; October, M 064. ,Corn steady: September, October, 538c. ONIAI Steady: September, fame; October. Misc. Bariey dull: September, 4110: debar, . ' Timm), Sept. SP.-Wheat dull end 10wori Amber Michigau, cash suit Septetuber,I1 Vb; umber, $1 2N; November, 29x; old am ber, 88; No. 2 amber. 03; No. 1 white Miebigan, lb. Corn dull and lowers Kish mixet 630, October. Oats unobseged. CiavasAND. Seek beat dull Out firms No. I red, $.1 88: new No. $ do, el Its; Md. , lial 45. Corn steady aud unehanged. Oete better: No. I State, etc; No. 9 do. 4508 whites Sec. Petroleum very strong: L VV. lie test, lec; IN:State test, tie, for ear Ibte, ladliteSeie highel for email lore. - Mseeink Sept. 20.-Flour thin 11Md Demine Cora Inactive: yellow, 611182e 8 White; 85180111 Oats dull and nostinat. Lard Wady end uste cheugett Bacon steady end mach:tags& orgp dull but seelutuged. Butter arm sad un changed. Appleit in good demand et prices:Wail& futsteove sad imeniaM. Boirrosk Seek 110.;-Flour quiett superfine Western and Item, $6 ine5 lb: commas extras, 4001 Lora and Minium:tit eXtee 16 lila: winter wisest thigh Andiena M item, $748; ILlinois. 248: St. ,Louis. 65a 950: fencv .181iimesote. n 5049 'IL Curti ettle$ and firm 81a9to. Oats dull at 60470e. NASIIVTLIA Sept. le.:-ItIour dull at 1500a6 Wheat at Mal la Coro dull and lower 85e. Oats dull and lower et 4540100. Provielone quiet and unelleuged. Lard, lie.' Bulk:meats quiet and unchanged:. iijialialSge. Bacot quiet and tmehauged: bugar cured ham:414cl ail Peeked. latet arse at 31 et Coffee la good deusan ha prices at 11)$$28km Osumi?. Sept. 90.--Flotir IS diAll end droop ing: city brands, 86 60a5 lb.' W heat is active: extra, 41 80; No. 1 wilite $1. 23K1 No. 2 white do fall. 31 15: amber Michigan. 41 24. Com is neglected: No. I mixed, neirtinal Meer. Oats are active, arta and unchanged: white Western filicitigen, 46c; him I mixed, 42e. Marley is teiet and unchange4 at Valhi Bran: coarse middlings, 17c. Mead perk. 416 Lard: pritne ktesiii-reudered, 13),a1-61c. Freights unchanged. , , Leutsvim.r.. Beet. 21-Flour Is quiet and un changed, Wheat quiet and IlUelliLliged at St al IS. Corn in fair demand and tirm at ens Oats quiet but firm at Seabee. Rye totem and unenunged at &ie. ilay quiet and un changed at Slialh Provisieue wady end ha . changed. Pore nominal. Bulk meats. biltal2j4 al 2 e. aeon, ex al a a tett c. Su gar-ti ttred hants.18XaHme. Card eteady and nochatiged at 1.4aiSse. Whisky dull. and lower me St Le. happeg quiet bat firm at VIAL4,O. INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 'A-Flour. 116 25a8 CL Wheat: ,new red, eticeall 30: old. itt lbal Corn: 60afsic. Oats: 30asin. Rye: 00a80c. Bran, $16 (Dale 25; tine feel. 120 asked. Clover-seed: $(825a6 50 Timothy: SI Vas mt. Mutt Mesta: Shoulders, EWEN c: elear rib sides. :Me; clear ides, 12c. Bacon: Shoulders. 106; clear ' ,none ea the- ittarket: olear sides, M. Sugar-cured hares: Lie. Sweet-pickled Mama: VaiNe. Lard: Steam, 1,880C4lio. Ilecelets c,000 brie Sour. 10,001: bu wheat, eti3O00 bu dire, 1 ktilk bu este, 916 bead hogs; bluemente-,Not reported. Nitw Yong. Sept. 111.-41Inur: limited 'cle.. Manch Recelpts,16,00.)brisSuperfineMato and Westign, se Seat 60; good to choice. S5 55a0 154 whitewheat eXtra. 46 Nial .10.; extra Ohio. 46 Goal 10: st. S5 Sea 40. Rye lour quiet at ill SOsa 70. Corn-meal dull; Western. Sit 50aS 26. Wheat dud, heavy and levier. Ale Celine. 177,800 hush. No. a unicago spring. fit, NchtNorthwest,U 2;i; 41 Al tei No. 1 spring, al aral in; winter red ,Western. new and old. Si 'natal; amber Western,. new. and ;rid, SI 24a1 SS; white dm 61 baal 62. ' Rye dull; New West ern and State. ettati,o. Barlev, anti unchanged at ikie. Lora heavy and lorwer. Recerpts139,000 bush: Western mixed, steam er, lualac: sail, 14aelbc: high mixed and veilnw Western, 7Saltic. Oats heavy and Lover. Re Celpte, 92,0a0 bush: Western mixech old, Saabs's; white Western, Saaa6c, ilay steady; shipping. 15e, Rio coffee genet. but firm: cargoes. ltNit 20,ke: joubing,18S,a21e. Sugar, quiet: lair 1.0 good reiluing.7,003)ic; prime, ti)liati 5-16e: re.. fermenting, 1050111(e. Mulaises dud anti tuiChatiged. Rite quiet and eteatiy: Pe trnleum less -aetiVe but, firm; crude, 6sake; refined. lac. latrained resin firmer at u ;eat la. Spirits turpentine. ill .Eggs firm; Winners. titgaac. Pork firmer: new mess, ;Wick IN. Beer unchanged. Cut meats dull. kiddies quiet at.$22 r long clear, i2)40. Lard firmer: prhue steam, 13,40. Butter:. Western, itae25c. Cheese unchanged. Whisky quiet at Sl IT. Leather unchanged. , Wool Steady: tioniestio deece.Saafik; pulled, Vieille; unwithitedata5M. FINANCIAL. , - 4 Cztgotmg Art, Sept; 10-4P. IL Gold is firmer to-day. and -quoted in New York 11734. It is worth here 117 buying, and lt73i selling. , , ,- t Lastern Exchanire ,romatas Aria, with Ism demand and gbod receipts. No change in rates. it is quoted par bul lug, and 1-!;0 prem. selling. ?sterling exchange is quiet anti steady at 4.97 sight, and tat sixty days hills, gold.. , There is an active demand tor money to-day,, aud business is geueralty Ike supply ample and rates of tamest are Unchanged. !Southern M R. 7-30s kra &ill and about nom inal at present. They are held at 104 and in-s. Wreak but po sales at thatrate.., - The latest Wall-street quotations tor Gray. ernment securities are as folio ws: ' ' , 861d: Ofteiefi 1766s4. . 464g 64 01106 ,t ,,t , ev 05 onus ,, ,, ,,o 119 65 ew . .. 14 ",,, , 1U 30ipts, ,t 10.40elt coupoult. , A New 5. .. ....... ",,, , ," , 119 selt Jim following ia thal:110 Mereport Of Raw 7ork Swot Market, as reosived by Lek PM& reit& CI 99 Waist Third Street: .- , Bold. Offered st. W. It. Telagrapb - lag s Pacific Mai". ", 55,ki s !v- Adams Expreke " " qg Fargo Ex ' Americas ;,4 K U. S. N. If...Central Y - fte, ,INS k. it r.prerd . . .:'-:,.i 4...... , .,..., brid.; '..... Ivii ' . . ,,,,. Harlem . .. .0, op lie ,,,. CmIit . E-17. i . ' 'SI Lake &bora.... , .; ' , 1111 , Glove. & kilo ' .ijil N., Western eone. ,, ' 118 -14 W Latent pram , ..,. -, , . kil,, lock Island. , .,. ...,.. , St. Paul, com.,....A wN .;p , ' ...., St. Paul, prerð 138,( ' ' ., .,. . , . :WEINISIL..alw.i. ...a o. VA .. - .0ecio & illiaeaolepa ng ; .... , ,.... 'Halos Paetac.ezeliv te .0,. ,tori Wayne., .... .. . , . lel , ..:, lot, illanblbat a St:JOCor .00p. SI II iMichigah Contra). ' ' IT !Illinois.. Central .. .,..,, , .,,--; tHaatoa,', .4 .,... .,.. ......,,, 4,. ' . " '.220.127.116.11 a A.W.L.; ,,...1 low. , , ' 4IISIIIIS & ritillgO4Sie t , , , 1. . ' ,,, dickailver ,..,,,. .'. al illitUali , it , 1 .; '.. 4tlanttei & Paella lei , , ... 9... .1gettey.........,t, .4 . .:,-, bale la Lon,gon 1141 ..- . .. ..... 6.