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(THE DAIIY STAR
TWI?f8PAT, ........ . Nf yEjri pjSIl 1 1 f ritOM POINTS AROUND. iffcBPQSTEB 8rECiALi,y you cp STAi-t. , atoxdale. T(i9 YUlege Lyoeum 1 will open its course of lectures on TUankBgiylag'iiiglit. i There will be a special meeting of the School Board on Saturday evening', j The ball' lor the benefit of St. Andrew's I Catholic church takes pia.ce on the 19th 'instant. ' The Presbyterian sociable takes place 'this evening at the "residence of Mr. II. ' y. West. It is the first of the season. 1 Mr. John Dickson is ereotlng two jbaudeome residences on his mound lot, 'both ot whioh are now under roof. 1 The Winter omnibus time-table will be 'announced on the 20th 'instant. It is to be hoped that Mr. Davis will run a 'bus to and from the city to accommodate patrons 0 amubeinent. -. jgCAWjjrpN.-Seryices will be held in the Bapiish Church this .and to-morrow 'evening. , Rev. R. C. Talbott will take oharge of the Episcopal Parish In this .city, s,nd preach bis first sermon next Sabbatu. The funeral of Mrs. Longfellow, widow of the late Daniel Longfellow, takes, plaoe tbis afternoon at 2. o'clock worn the Presbyterian Church. The indlguation or the citizens over the remarks of Dr. Markt, at the late meet ing of the Board .of JSduoatdon, is nut, likely to cool off very soon. j ' la the case of Christ. Peterson, indict ed for sellipg liquor to a minor, the Prosecuting Attorney entered a nolle vroseaui. la toe ease or l.awrenoe Brown, in- aioteu lor selling liquor to a minor, me jury returned a veruiot of not guilty. In hr. n..nA' .' Ka a n m a Inlintuit f n getting intoxicated, uie jury it.ur-Bu a verdict of eulitv. The trialof Adam Forster, indioted for, on Saturday next. lEXINGTON.kr. Two hundred and twenty-live shares pf bank stock was sold on Monday, at about $32 premium, .iter share. There neine no maniac tur. lug enterprise going on, our capitalists are putting their money where it does no good to workman or merchant. At noon vesterdav. Maurice C. Sexton ana miss lizzie mnrignt were married ler and Mis Lida D. Lloyd went through the same 01 deal at the Broadway Chris tian Cuuroh. At, noon to-day Mr. John Oreenway was married to miSB Nannie PluUitt. Several more of these Interesting . events are appointed to take place be fore the lust ol this month. ,'riie November term of the Circuit Court convenes next Monday, with a heavy ducket of criminal and civil'cases. Among the latter are : several slander suits. There Is a stand-still in. the hemp business. The farmers want last winter prices, and hemp buyers have stopped -their lactarics rather than pay the price asked by the producer. In the meantime hundreds of workmen are idle in oonse- aueuce. A lot of two-year-old whisky was sold at .auction pn ,Mpuda,y at fl 90'pe.r jjal iloa. The fashionable circles of the city are .. a train on tip-toe over the approaonlng nuptials oi Mr. McCoy, oi Louisville, and - Jllss .Lottie frail, 01 mis city. 11 is ap' "Dointed for next Tuesday evening. . JKlderW. H. Uopson,a former pastor of Uia .Main-street Christian church, re ooBily celebrated his silver wedding in pt. Louis, woore ne is now stationed. The tirst number of the Die Da toll, un . der General George" Babe'r, was issued yesterday. In His salutatory the editor says: "in -malting ieziugion my per. jnanent home, -4 am gratifying a, wish that has been onerisnea rrom early boy hood a wish inspired by a .personal Irnnw IaH it a tit th nnhla nhAVAnlaf rf itm people." A convention of colored people from different places in the State assembled ytsterday,at tue Couri.hose,tooonsider ,tae .pest way to encourage, euucanon M1UUUK meti lave. Madison-street Baptist Church, is still in Mavsville. He will not be home in .time next Sunday to fill his 'regular ap pointment. About 4 o'clock last evening a two- ' -horse wagon with at .least a four-horse mail on it started to cross tha Hiiaiinn. iou bridge, but as soon as it began to ascend the grade, the load be came too much tur the poor brutes, and the wagon was stopped, causing a large (rain of oars and other vehicles to biocK up. Alter considerable delay and ' a eoou deal 01 inconvenience. luur addi. ' tlonal horses were attached to tbe load. and the thing moved on. This kind of cruelty is uuuy pruubiueu uu tue uriuge, and a belter Held fur the 8. P. C. A. could otniwiuuuu, Chlel Williams, of Newport, and Ohiel Fiizhuifh, ol the St. Louis Fire Deoart- men ci were in this city yesterday visit ing. Chief Hartley. They were well eu- viertamea. ; Isham Hensley, of Carter county, Ky., uunigou vvibu Buuiug iitjuur Willoui 11- cense, was vesterdav bound over in the 'sum of 600, to await the aotion of the next session ei tne united states Court. "" According to h& Commonwealth, E rangers will demand ah advance on OK-v , : farmers from Kenton and adjoining couutles report an immense yield in the corn orop. . - The police are on (he track of the .voting rascal who stole the poqket-book from the young lady Miss areyers on . Tuesday night, and will doubtless bring the young offender to lustina An alarjn of flre turned In from box 23 10 o'oiock tnis morning was false. No Magistrate's or Mayor's Court this rooming. All Is quiet slnoe Pick fiack ,ra made a case lor the city, '-'- - Horn unto Miobael Eagan, by his wife, a bouncing bo. "Weight, 18 founds, -'avoirdupois.- Mother nd bhild1 doing well. 'The mother and father, we should ay, did eitremely welK :-,, one 'would Judge, iromthat enormous .' sigh in front of Hartley Bros., that they -were running a oircus, or a Can-Can, or something ol the kind, . ........ .... .r..:.i l .KEWPOET.Tpe Chanoery Court, yesterdayj gave Judgment In the case of jtlasUiigs vs. Geraghty In favor of tle- ' fendant, Howport Building Assoolatloa : vsi"'Wm. McNamara and wife; 'Yerdlci . lor Walnliff. Jphn Bates, executor, vs. W. i. llarker, judgment for plaintitT In i. the cum of f 200. M. T. Hardey, admihis - trator, vs. IL T. Thornton, trustee, vsr ,, diet for plaintiQ and an order for sale. :,ln the tax eases 01 The City of Dayton its; Adam Wilabaca and L. O. Milter itJudsment was randared for thn lt, ...l i L The nuptials of Mr. i. W. Horner, of iCovlrgton, and Miss Annie MoOlure, of JtUU city, were celebrated at Graoe M. i(j. Church last night, Uu?. Dr. Vowtlen VuioiBtinir. ' - r - , a-i, ... '!(.. n.l.i.. ni i ... ... dispersed, and then re-assembled at Brant's saloon, where tha Board was re. freshed bv an ovster suDDer at the ex pense of President Livezef. Tim fair ot Uoil Alan's Rail la urn. pressing finely, .end the steeple of St. Btepheu's Church will oertainiy be well ornamented from the prooeeds. The Euauirer seems to hear of nnthlnir but chicken hleves. Judging from its onlumns, everybody has lost a chicken, and everybody has stolen one, so this makes the thing about equal. - - Council meets to-nigbt. . No City Court to-day. Reason: No arrests were made by the Dolioe. conse quently no cases. ' rue road between this oitv and Dav- ton has not yet been attended to. Tbe reoent rains have softened the earth, and another slide of the bank along Tay lor's creek is looked lor at almost any time. The road has now become almost impassable, and why not make the nec essary repairs before cold weather sets inr soon the ground will be lrozen. and this nuisanoo will remain la this condi tion an winter. It is thought that the work on tbe new bridge pier, so far done, will be null and voiu, as it win oe an impossiDiiity tor the contractors to fulfill tueir agreement within tbe specified time. The river is still on the rise, and the piling has been heaved up by th& soiteniug ot the o'ofier dam. The contractors will. ho doubt loose heavily by this. The pier at any rate will not be built tbis winter. !i m,i in The talk about the suspension of aot- lve operations in tbe bonanza mines lor tnree or lour months, la order tu repair the damage done by the fire, it is barely possible is a stock-jobbing trick oi Messrs. Maokey, Fair, FiOqd and O'Brien, tbe San Franoisoo milliunaires, who owu the great majority of the shares. Up to the time of the fire the dividends to stockholders, after all the "squeezes" had been taken out, amount ed to $1,080,000 per mouth. The total losses of the mine by the fire were the destruction oi its noisuug ana outer works, which, it Is now stated, could be replaced in a couple of weens lor less than floOO.OOO. .The day after the ilisas ter the bonanza snares shrunk $35,000, 000. and shareholders in Ban Fraucisco are beginning to ask whether the sus pension ot dividends talked about by Mr. Flood indicates that they are to be squeezed as ury as was tne liaun ot cai' loi uia by tbe Flood & O'Brien ring, l i mm m A Horse Story. A few days since, as we were leaving our residence, a horse belonging to us galloped up and caught our arm, and made an attempt to pull us in the direc tion ne .wished to go. jie then lert, ana went oil at a quick uait toward a naature un a farm about a quarter .of a mile dis tant, m a few minutes he approached ; us again, making an unusual noise,- and seemeu Dy his aotions to desire as to follow him. This we did: and when we reached the pasture, we observed the mate of tbe horse eutangled in a bridge, .....1..U I 1 .1.. U '...111. 1. . . VTU1UU UUU UIUKOU bUIUUgU VTlbU Ullll. After we bad extrioated his companion liom his dangerous position, tue horse which had given us notice of his com panion's danger, came up and tubbed his head against us, showing great sigus oi eatisiacnon. uuristian Advocate AmueemenU Woop's ,Thkatkk. A .dramatization of Wilkie Collins' famous story, 'The New Magdalen," was given at this house last evening, with the charming actress. Miss May Howard, ' as the heroine, "Mercy derrick." The play was bean tifully mounted and well east. Miss Howard's conception and rendition ol the heroins stamped her as an actress of no ordinary character, ana deserving ol tne many encomiums passea upon her, Mr. uriffiths and jiias Wohnson .were both good, but one of tbe choice bits ol tne evening was tne acting oi nr. fuller as "tne servant." ins make-up was per- leet rand his acting excellent, lifting a pari oi scarcely two lines into a perform' anee that called forth the applause ol the entire audience. "The New Magda len" will be the attraction at the matmee ,. C ..... ,1 .. Tbi Grand Opkha-hotthic Mlsa MIn. nle Palmer still eouiluues to draw good houses at the .Grand by ber sprightly acting and her truly exoellent siuuinK and dancing. Mr. Cailauau's play al- loras ner ample soope lor ner powers, ana is ueauuiuuy adapted to ner pecu liar style. The play, while it of aneoes. sity borders upon the seusatioual, is re- markably free from the clap-trap and nonsense that are so oommon to dramas of tbis school. "Little Stiver" will run during the week aud at tne Saturday matiuue. , Robinson's Opera-housk. The Dan- iSlBuune combination had a fair house last evening to' witness Mr. Stevens in his specialty, "Name Unknown." The play ran very smoothly, and was well received by the audienbe. Same bill for to-night. Tm -National Mr. Charles Foster appeared last eveniuir to a. eoed audi ence in his sensational' drama '(Saved irom the J! ire." The .rest of the rjro- irramme was wen sustaluea. jaauuee ou.Baturday at a o'clock. Court CulUnoi Robert McFall was oonvioted of lar oeny aud receiving stolen goods, yester. clay, and sentenced to thirty day s in the work-house, and to par a fine of $200, Daniel dees was Jointly Indioted with MoFall, but in his case the State entered a nolle. A yerdiot of guilty was yesterdy re turned in the Stegler vs. Klein bastardy case. Judgment postponed Until mo tion ior new trial is neara. In the divorce case' of Alloo Bernard vs. Albert O. Bernard, petition oir (he ground of willful absence, was refused. A uuui v. u wi uuuivg TV M glliukei IB the case ot John Fass vs. Mary Fass, on the ground of willful' absence. Ann Hoffman vs. C. O. Hoffman, de. ores uu tue Krouuu pi extreme cru. elty. -' -- '- v.. .z Mary Jfi. Jjrown ts. uottrord Brown, suit Tor alimony; petition granted fixing the amount at $775. . .. "The case of Wm. Schneider rs. the St. Paul Chareb, a suit to-' recover damages for injuries' received bvllnnlllir on tha ice in front of the church property,ame ui jiMtiuttjr. ioiuurrer sustaiueu and leave to amend petition. . - . ., i Henrietta Quitman t al. vs. Henry Eckhoff, f Demurrer -to petition over. ruied. ,; "r y .-. J. S. Cook & Co. VS. B. P. C'rltoliAll. Suit, against garnishee lu attachment. Demurrer sustained. ,,, . John Kissel vs Charlotte Klsspl. Pro ceedings te reverse Judgment. PetiUuu dismissed.""; 1 ' - r ';: ,. , T.Im iitch vs. John Robinson. Action- was replevin to reoover possession of two elephants. Demurrer sustaliied. : . ' ''Mary Bauer vs. Appoloma Martstoff etali Decree allowed.' ; " s..'l , Judce Avert announced tha ennniii. sion of tbe Court upon ..the application recently filed by tha Auditor, asking a Increase ot salaries In his office and an additional olsrkv Application rsiusQdT ,Uhrlos DeotehH' fflKd an osslsa- ment for the benefit of creditors, yester day, to Herman Marcftsworth, ot a stock of milliner good's." "Bond JilOOO.' BDPRBMB COURT. No. 874. Tbe State of Ohio on relation of the City of Cincinnati vs. Joseph B. Humphreys, Auditor of Hamilton Coun. ty. Application for a writ of . manda mus. Taxes levied bv the oitr of Cincinnati for payment ot interest on Southern rail road bonds issued by the oity are in cluded in tb6 aggregate of sixteen mills' on me aonar, to wnicn cities oi ner ciass are limited by Seotion 618 of the Munlcli, pal Code, as amended May 2, 1871 (v. 68, p. 136); and a levy by the olty in any one year of an aggregate amount greater than sixteen mills on the dollar, inciua- ng suon tax lor interest, ana exoiuuing State, oounty, school and school-house taxes, is unauthorized by law. Peremp tory writ refused. Ho. . The State ex rel. The City of Columbus vs. Levi T. Strader. Manda mus. Peremptory writ relused. No. 852. The Marietta Iron Works and others vs. William Lottlmer. Motion for Weave to file petition in' error to reverse tbe Judgments or the District court ana Court ot Common Pleas of Washington county. . Un tbe plaintiff below entering a re mittitur, as proposed, the motion will be overruled. No. 802. Snook Ss Pearoe vs. Martin Spetzer. Mqtion tor leave to file a peti tion in error to 'the District Court of Licking county. Leaye refused. ' 1 jno.920. Joseph Williams vs. The state of Uhio. Motion for the allowance of a writ ol error to the Polioe Court of Cin- oinuatl. Motion overruled. No. 848. Tbe Extension of the Lower River Road Company vs. the incorpo rated Village of Riverside. Motion lor leave to file a petition in error to the Distnot court or Hamilton uounty. Motion granted. Judgment reversed. and injunction dissolved. ''' jno. a i j. Duiuuei iiowentnai vs. Ainozo C. Horton. Leave to file a petition in error to the District Court of Hamilton County relused. Mo. alts. Caleb Dodswortn vs. Joseph A. Jones and others. Leave to file a pe nnon in error to tne jJisiriot court ot Butler County granted. j o.ooo. tieury nempyvs. c. L. Ran som aud others. Leave to file a petition in error to the District Court ot Cuya hoga County grauted. Iso. 91. Tne Cleveland, Columbus and Cincinnati Railway Company vs. Mar garet Mara aud ber busbaud, John Mara. motion to lane uause -jno. izb on tue General Docket out of its order over ruled. Adjourned till Thursday morninz at 10 o'clock. ' "-" " - Mr. ii. H. Hamilton, Indicted in the whisky cases, yesterday, pleads hot guilty to .all the charges against him; ', I, i Seal Ettate XrantPsr$, Margaret B. Poore to George Rowe, perpot- ualleaaeot a lot 50 by 112i feet, on the wean aide of. Llewellyn street, 24f foot south of Iloff ner street, Twenty-uf th ward, at an annual rent of $ru, .with the priviloge of purchasing the same lor $i,(J0U. Wes'oy Smizer to Cbas. Diss, six years' lease of a lut ft by if 83-1UU, on the northeast corner of I'oud and liainuiond streets, Twelfth ward, at mi annual rent of $180. 1'he uiuoiunuti, Hamilton and Davton dill - road Company to Mizaoeth Ahr, lot 35 by 80 feet, on the east side of ihe Walker Mill road. i iee oouiu oi die Harrison pmu n.biw. W. M. Cainuron aud wife to J. B. Enueking, lot lu 6-41 by il) feet, ou the soutb side of Long worth street, iol feut east of Stone atieot 1L 859 88. s i Caroline Brown to G. F. Stutzman, sr., lot 5(1 by 1B9 leut, on tbe north side of Alocullough stroet,ajj feut west ol tha M ooster pike, First ward liOuU. E.lea bhiia to J. W. H. Smith, Sve years' lease of a lot tees by 4oa feet, ou the sooth side ol Ludlow avenuu, jtuu feet east of Anderson street, in Clifton, at an annual rent ol 1 .16, with tue privilege of jtuioitasiuff ihe.saiae lur As.suo.. juar jl. urr w r . n . uerssie, sorea years and 11 e mouths' lease ot a lot 8Ji by ItM feet, on iHa north sUie of Court street, 191 feet west of Viue street, paying for the term $3,51. Lewis llavekoite to Usury Onlseii, the oxant or's interest in a leasehold U0 by so fast, on the southwest comer ol ..West Plum od Charles SWeets-li. H. Ohisen and others to Nleman ft Co., lease hold U by 96 leet, on the north aide of I'wellth street, MS feet west of Vine street tl. ii. T. JUiller and wile to L, O. Hopkins; lot St by M feet, on tbe south side of ShiUito street, I Hi leet east of Harvey street; also, lot 15 by V4U feet, ou the east side ot Burna avonue, mi leet south of Shiiliw street, second ward ft. IT. J. lUayer, Special Master Commissioner, to fianz Walburg, lot it by 100 luot. on tne north side ol Everett street. 75 feet west of Linn sti eet 13,380. John Jvuntzeiier to J. 3- Eiohtnlson, lot 17)4 by Vt fret, on the south side of Ceutrul avenue. oppuMie Mohawk bruige 5,uUU. Margaret Poor to o. b. Laggo, perpetual lease of a lot 6 bjr MX feet, ou . the west side of Uerueh street, 100 leet south qt Towosond street, Twenty -Attn ward, at a yeariy rentof $as, with tho privilege of purcluuing the same lor 60u. ' . ireunena omitn ana nasnana to Lewis Dunn, lot lid bv luO feut. on the southeast cor. ner of McMillan and Copoland streets $1,6 1. J. G. heuber ami wife to T. C Nennauu, lot S4X by 111 feet ou the north side ot Jiuckaye street, Vf) fuet west of Oak street 1,800. X. b. aud J. Slevio to'foflook, Wilson ft Sons, 10 years' lease ot Kos. 13ii and i8d Main street, puyui for the term wf.UOO. Herman ilelwig to Henry Klsmann, five years' lease of tbe store room on the southwest corner ol Broadway , and Abigail steeets, at an annual reut of W liiiara Xallaut and wife to Jamos Brongh alt. Lot 16O in Tallant's subdivision lu Avun- duie, 86 by 1110 feet 1148 75. executor 01 Joun uoute to Khoana Eonte, lot ilK by H feut, oh the west side Ot Main street. U teet sbuth of Front stieet-$,40U. ' . .uouiua w uitten to ueorge Morse, leasehold 15 K bv IU feet, on the south side of Chestnut street, 40 feet east of Maple street, Waluut 11111a 91 iuu vtuu wusiuoratiuaB. fatriok Fatten and wife to William Patton. lot Su by 68 feet, on the cait side of Kossuth street, 4M leet north of Court street) also, lot ii dv vu leeu uu uia vtus Bias 01 uriHn rvALnrv Street, 23) feet south of Court street ,J,tH0. John Hocks sod others, perSherlir, to Her man 1'heepen, lot l 8-10 by ISO 1-0 feet, on tlie northwest comer of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Davton railroad and Locust street: iuv lot tG by 60 feet, on the northwest corner of Blue book ana ioe Williams street, xweutv nftnward-,iwu. XtXTEft KKW8. The weather (s clear and cool , todsy. Wind N. W. The mercury at 1A.M. stood at 89 deg. Minimum temperature last night 87 deg. Xhe river is falling, with 16 leet 4 inobes in the Specials to tbe Bta& FrrTSBoao. - Not. 11'. bivor statkmarr. feet. Clear. Thermometer 84... . I50NTOK, Qm ov. 11. Biver falling. Salt yauey arrived irom i-ictsoura; at 8 A.M.; re turned to i'lHsbuvs at V A. Mh freighted with pig- iron. The Andes passed down at midnight. Vp St-eimer Fleetwood at A.M,. Local packed an unttaie. Clear and cool..- , PoBTSMOtrrn. O.. ; Nov. 11. Rlvnr fniiino. slow,, witb J5 feet 4 inches in tue chunneC Boats up Fleetwood at 4 A. M., J. B. Xeal with tow at A.M.. 8 at. Jflnios at A. M. Ohio No. 4 down at nu4uigbt. . ' There was considerable activity In bnnin... along the levee yesterday. The 8t. Jamos from Fomeroy. Fleetwood front Huntinirton. ITnitiul Status from Louisville, and other local packets, arrived and departed, making- very good trips. The (jov. Allen and barges departed for .New Orleans with a splendid trip, last evening. I The Exohanee departed for FUttsbuiir lust evening. She has engagements or pig uoa at dioereut landings libove that will give her a good trips-'-- '' - , : i Tne Cons. Millar departed for Memphis last evenings She oarried from here tu cabin pas sengers and 400 tons, and has freight eugagod below sufficient togive her a spleudid "Vtn to her deatinatioa.. - y , ..... . . .;. 1 The Wild Duck and barrel will arrive here toMiay, on route for St. Leuis, tor whien point she will receive whatever freight may be o$ fered. ':." " .v ; .1 t . , 1'he Andes, from Wheeling, pasied Pomeroy at midniitht. and will arrire here to-dar mui return to-mtrtoiT evali;i, Bjevwul ef her pas ! songers and the larger part of her freight will go on the Charles Kurgan for New Orleans. - The towing steamer-John Mean will arrirs from above to-morrow, and la announced to leave here for New Orleans on Saturday. The Lizzie Gardner, with a large produce tow, passed this point yesterday afternoon for New Orleans. Tbe Big Condor, with empty barges, passed np from Louisville to Pomeroy last evening. The Vint Shiukle will follow the Cons. Mil lar for Memphis on Saturday. The line steamer E- H. Ourfee Just arrived from the Missouri river, will leave for Wheel ing and Pittsburg and intermediate landings this evening-. Bha is commanded bv Captain B. C. Mason. ', The Johns. Bransford is announced lor tne headwaters of the Cumberland river on next Saturday. She Is receiving largely of both passengers and freight The St James brought 108 cabin passengers on her last trip from Pomeroy. 'rue Andy Johnson, it is rnmoreo, win, on ber return from tbe lower Mississippi, run in the Evansville and Memphis trade. Tbe Exchange, with a fair trip for Pittsburg, and ihe Shippers' own for Evansville, left last evening. The Pittsburg- ooal fleet that arrived yester day consisted of upwards of a dozen steameis, all with iRrm Iawl The steamers Mont Clare, Hawkeye No. t and' H. Ei 1'ferce, with coal tows from the Kanawha, arrived yesterday afternoon. The Telegraph from Huntington, and the Ohio No. 4 from Pomroy, are at the landing co-aay, and wiu return tnis evening wiia goou uips. Tbe ThompsooJ)ean left Memphis last even ing tor the Lower Mississippi, heavily laden. She had on board 3.100 bales 01 cotton. 40 'sacks of oil cake, 61) tons sundries, and fifty cabin passengers. The Kobert Mitchell, from Cincinnati, rlted at New Orleans yesterday. The Arlington, fronrCinoinnatl for New Or leans, was at Louisville yesterday morning, aud at New Albany received a lrge addition to ner iroigni. 11 1 ii, 1 - roncB COUBT. Murder P. Duncan, continned. Larceny B. B. Catlin, grand, eon tinned; Chas. SllDocr. nntlt. 80 davs and 130: Dan'l sweeny, petit, uismissea, jtts r-aitou, peuu, dismissed; Henry Overheca, continued; jfca. Norton, petit, dismissed; W. H. brown, petit. $5J. Drnnk and Disorderly Herman Pilluskl, aismissea; jonn neiiy, -pii; martin 01m, a aioiue Burns, uismissea; &u. ouuciLuiiuru, blx. ty days; John Grimes, $10. Miscellaneous. I'hos. Brown, abusing fam ily, execution issued; Phil. JJilg, assault and uatterv. siu: r. renuergrast. malicious cut ting, dismissed; Bernard Bucker, Daniel Heil, Andrew Ellenberger, assault and bat tery, dismissed: D. Hayes, disorderly conduct Issue execution: 1). H. Horner, false pretense, dismissed; Daniel Hays, Matt.. Hays, assault ana nattery. coutinueu; jiiiijan (joieman, car rying concealed weapons, coutinueu; Josepn liogensuiro, assault aud Dattery dismissed ; m H. Lackman. same. $5. Jonn Ureisman. maii' oious destruction, $j; K. B. Catlin, receiving stolen' goods, continued; Miohael Manning, abusing ramily, sixty days and sou; jonn wu son, loitering, dismissed, ;cxircfiry4-?i vazlx mamkmt. CIKOINNATI. NOV. 11-3 P. M. FLOUR The demand is only moderate,' 'and the market remains s eady. Family is worth $6 5uaD; extra, $4 05 16; superline, $ia 439: low vrailes. 21 6oa3 ) ner brb Spring wheat flour. $ 60ac) 1 Bye hour, fl UOttS. BueJwheat hour, jiiatl 75 per brl. WHEAT Good to prime Is worth $1 S5al 40 per bu. Hill will bring $1 8al 87 for No. . Red, $13 for Mo.. 8. and $1 05al 16 for fair to good. Inferior grades; red and white, are plentiful aud dull, and range KiaSMo per bu. BYE The market IS lirui for higher grades, Willi a good disposition to buy at full prices. No. Si is worth Wo on track, and 80c per bu in elevator. Interior is u limited demand, with liberal offerings, and worth 6 iaIOo per bushel. Sales to-day Of rejected at 680 in O. A M. ele vator, t. BARLEY Is In fair demand, and good to prime Canadian Is worth $1 ISal W5 per ousheL lows Is worth $1 Wal 10 for good, and inferior ranges as low as We per bu. Cylt N There is a firm feeling in the mar ket, with moderate offerings. Old' mixed is worth ti8c for ear on track aud shelled In ele vator, and holders ask lo per bu more for the luttur. ' New ear is uorth 47a48c ner bu. OATS Are uuiol ,aud ..sloatiy. Mixed are worth ggfetfc, aud white 85a3tjo tor good .to prime. iuoice waiteare ytvnuwwo .y0 fUt Inferior are offered at xluSJo uer bu. UOhfLMHAta The uiurket q.uiot snl little u any onange is ooserveu. nuouuiers are worth Vtt attfcci olvar rib sides, llVali),c and eleu sides, lixalio per .lb, .all loose, for meats ten to twenty days m,aalt, aud je per lb more fur packed. JtEW MEATS Are in moderate demand and steady at .t.tieTKo for shoulders, 10jo lor sAdes, and Hall Ke for hams per ID. MESS POBKT - Prime new mess Is held at 12 per brl, spot Offered lower than the fore going for lutureilellvery. no old offering. LABD Is steady with moderate demand tpr prime steam at l-KlXo per lb. Kettle is held at 13x18ic per lb., outside figure fur Jojj biuglots. BACON There is very little doing, the de mand 'and offerings both being , light' Clear sides , are held at .16x6 clear rib sides, Ha MHo, aud shoulders, Wxaluo iar lb. ugar cured hams, 16at5x,o per lb. CO i'TUN Market firm to-day, with better demand. Sales. 43$ bales. Stock, bales. We quote: Ordinary, luoi goou orutuary, llcr-, , low. middlinir, Ik.'iei middling, Vijie: goeu middling, lso; middling. fav, l4o; iir, ),6u'per"lD. ' - WHISHT There Is a steady market to-day, jrith.sales of 411 Urls at l H per gallon. BEANS Are quiet and steady, with limited demand and receipts. Xney are worth tl 6)a I so for mediums, sua V-ISul 80 lor choice navys. .... BHOOM CORN-The market nemalns steady. and tliere is a Utile bettor demand. W e quote: Common red, 4atc green stalk bratd, 7uiio, and fancy green hurl, (O.Mo per lb. B u i x'eu i neaeinand is sun moderate and the receipts are liboraL Best grades .01 table uutterseil readily for iocal consumption. There is -rorv little deinattd for iulerior. We a note wioice mnutiu, auu xaoo more uer 10 uir ranoy selections. Prim - Is worth Uid-sa. medium 10a sUo, and common lSallc per lb. CHEESE The demand Is fair, wltit ample supply, onu prune hi ouoicfl motoiry is wort lal4c per lb. COFFEE Market tteadr and ouiot. with no chauge m prices. We quote: itlo, for common, aH i' SO loriair to goou. vmuxo toe prime, and HOaauiio lor choioa. ner lb. Java u quoteu odaifio per 10. COAL The rates afloat are do for Ton e-hlo. gheny, 80 for Aslilanu, and BaUXo lor Ohio river, and tne maraet is steady, with fair de mand and ample supply. Jf Quote, delivered to consumers; Oh.o river Wo, Ashland lso, Mnsklnirum; Hocking Valley and Kanawha 12a 18c, Yougbiogheny liaUe, and Eanawha oaonel too per bu. ' Athracite, delivered, W SOalO per ton. - -- . f DRIED FRUITS Domoitttc are qnlet and appioa are a nitia lower, n e quote; reaches, lltaia,0i apples, lOalOifo per lb. foreign fruits are in fair.demaad. at previous prices. We quote: Citron, Hoaauo; flgs, i6al8q: prunes. 10al4c; currants, BHalOo, and dates, 6tia8o per lb. Layer raisins are worth S3 16a8 uer box. EGGS The demand is fair and the offerings are moderate. They are worth a.iaiki ner dozen lor fresh arrivals, -jytth a Arm inarkot and an upwaru tenuency. K FEATHERS Dealers nav (4s ner lh fnr prime live geese, on arrival, and tbe market is BteBuy, wim lairuemanu. ? , .. , , tiB,EEN FRUITS Apple continue steady and lu fair request with liberal receipts. They are quoted IsiWaauO for common, and W Hki4 us lor good to ehoioe, per brl. Lemons re worm so ooai so uer IK) v. iirAnmu im auotea $1a9 por brl. .Cranberries areauinsr at $lu WallOO per brl for best quality. 1 HA Y-rThe market is steady andqnlet. Prlcos unchanged. - The best grades are selling well, but inferior are neglected. We ouotn; Kn. 1 timothy, tlSalO for loose, and SlUailfnr tiu-ht jtwwM per wu, nuu luwsr graaes siuais per ton, on arrival, lu store dvaiers ask tlxt hemp The marRet continues lmtctlva una -arioes are nominally without anr -.hina.A. w quote-, Rough Kontucxy, Jiuo per ton on ar rival, and about. Uu more per ton .in etwe. Dressed iswoith loailo per lb. HIDES a-n demand is limited, stnrl thn ra. oalpts are moderate.. We quote: Green hides, Uuiol wet salted, litOo; , dry flint, . 14Kal&e per lb., sneep pelts are worth (6uatl m loi- good to pi ime. and 4 Jo each for inferior. T MILL FEED There is a firmer feeling in the market, under a bo tier demand and lighterr reoeinta. .. Bran. Is .worth li SJiilu. Bhaii.nir tikal,nd iaidUlluas tonSTl get ton, all en ar rival, and I more in store. 1 .. jnuiiAajuuj xns maraet is steady ana prices 1 anohanguU. There, is afair consumptive de mand. ...We quote: New urleans, ba16a fori goa to cuoioo new.. Jtouneasuups suatme par gllon.'vi .,j-.,.ii ,.t..t,.v-i...nr,!.,. r,.T OJii..-i-inseed is in moderato demand w ith a steady mar it at 51o per gallon. Lard ail is queied tt,Wt4 U por. aUotu, with, lair -Ue- DRUG3. S."B ?rtv 1 fc-aoja Msal & V? P Q 1 13 A I E N; W. Cor.'Main HaY( j estppfc , full Chemicals, Proprietary dries, in fact everything Buyers are invited to -sJi -af-'i5- ASTA5BABD AND ltFXUBLE ABTlCI.E, pr. mhJ An atrlptlT AhAmlral nrlnrlnlea. bv Professor Wayne, of the College of Pharmacy. Originally prepared fbr ase la ear own fsini lles and those of personal frisail, and Is now offered to the pablle with eoafldeaee la Its superior merit. ; Pat ap in assorted sized cans. u'BUBm&iB.,iriiaEMstiiM(aMtL DURDSAt'SJ " ; ' "'' 'IMPR6VED ' Arnica Linment m Uniyersal Pain Eitiiipislier. THE BEST fiXOm BKMEDT fos Ithenma. tlssi, lBampitioa,.PslM,Pnr" Bruises, Bpralus, Toothache, etc., etc. .arerj iawiij shoal keep a bottle fbr ase, as prompt appli cation will often reliefs at eacs aai prevent future suffering. S J For sale by DrunrW eywywHrs., mand, and refined petroleum is quoted 13a l3,to per gallon. 1'OI AlUh.s Thpre is a limited demand and the market is overstocked witn Irish potatoes, aud they are Worth 30u85o per bu on arrival and lOe more In store, tiweet potatoes are in fair demand with moderate receipts at ii w uer brl in st ire. POULTKi Live chickens are firmer with fair demand and more moderaio receipts, and they afe worth ft 5ua3 6 per dozen. Tur l(.eys sell at HOaijue apiece. ' ' ' KICK There U a vood consumptive demand atSfcalM forcarollna: Tasc for Louisiana, and lalo lor Uauiroon per lb. SALT Oouiestio is steady .and in moderate request It is worth 26c per bu, and tl ii per brl in Mo. 1 ooouerage, and 1 85 in So. 1 Liver pool coarse is worth si Jai 40 per sack, turks' Island is quoted D6a88c per bu. ' 8 KKD Clover is in limitod demand and worth lDc per lb on arrival- Timothy is quiet Sad uuotea. fi W 4U per bu on arrival, i'lux seed, is worth 11 3j1 ti t r good to prime per bu. SITGAK The market is easy and qniet, with fome decline in prices. We quote: New Or leans, baDc; yellow refined, UVitSXc; extra "C."lalUKoi"A."wUite, wnM0i;"ii" wnite, lUKaluo, and hard is wonn Hall for irraiiulated. and llJaliKo for crushed and powdered per lb. lALiiAMv rne oomani is iair and there is a stea lv market at 9o for aountrr. and VXo tor oitv rundered per lb. TOBACCO 'I'neofl'uiniB-s at auction vester dav were 130 hhds and 4 boxes at the following price! oi onus un i x ooxes mason county, Ky.. trash. Inns and let-8 hhds at IS vun5 9 . 8 at tS UI 95, W at 1U 26at4 60, IT at Il6al9 75, 4 at till 76a24 5J; boxes at f TOalt'li). ii hhds . a t l..aL I.m inn. U n- iitunu wuutjt v., ki aou, iiikd auu iolt, a. $5 WIT DO. t ai $8 Was UU, IT at IUal3 75, V at 515 ai6.5, oat Jti5 50, lat$j0T6. a hhds Owen oounty, Ky., at jUail li. 10 hhds Pendleton oounty, Kentucky, tra.hr lugs and leaf at ti VtlaT GO. 4 at SSaS.B at S O 2oai4 50. 1 at SIS. 1 at tgl 50- hhdi Uoone county, Ky , at$75a U 95. "i hhds W est Viririuia new crop at If. 6 bhds icajt Virginia f at T 45, at$8a9,iat tiiai.ii). ; OinoinitaH Uv StvvU Market . . .. UlMUIWNl.'H. ft)V. 11 P. M. The following are the receipts and shipments 01 li ve sukjx lor tue past k noursi Cattle. Hoes. Sheen. Receipts..". ....1018 ' W5 18 U Shipments...... 61 '. loO SIM ' BOGS Are active and firm. Common llrht. ITaT tO; fair to goad, IT -ibtU 50, A few extra butchers sold to-uay at Tii5 per cental. ' CAlTLIt Market aoiive and arm. Common to good- butchers are worth is wan 50 per -cental cross. . x , , bli-KEP Mariet qnlet and firm. Fair to good grades are selling at i tOat 00 per cental, WlLllINQTON, If. C, NOV. 1L Spirits tuT' pentine dull at 06xc . ., LivsarooL, Nov li.i "P. M. Cotton dull on (ne spot, 1-10 tower on arrival. . ; BnrV.LO. Ii. if.. Mot. II Wheat In-xtim. vora uuii. aosmixea nesteraat Wteauio. LONDON. Kov. ll.Consols for mnnair. ulv v. o. uoumo steady, jiiiio auaros .Pieiorreo, DL: oommon, lis- Chicago. Nov. 11 Wheat afou!v; Vimm ha. $1 U7V ; Ucoorabor, $1 01 : Corn quiet: Novein- oer, oio; year, too. j-e.t uuonaugea ' CLKVILiND. o Kov. U Wbeit steady. Com firm: low mixed, Site; high mixed. 7o Oats steady! No. 1, 40o Petroleum unchanged. - UnExoisE,'-Tor,nr.-WTiiatr Cash, il 09; November. 51 00: IJNKSOtnber. si Oau; Jannarv $1 Wfio, and quiet. Barley: November dull. flidLieoewber,sll,.bldw - ' lNDfANAroLis."rTov.llAFlourand wheat un changed. Corn! new ear, SSnlOe; old shelled. 5!)a57o. Oats, 8-a8eo; -rKjeeted, SiaSso. Bye. 55 auto. Bran, llaalb. Provisions unchangod. mrWrBO. Nov. 11. VTbrnit (lull mj n-.n. unchanged. Cora quiet; shelled, ttoWo, o track: ear. sauToo. rmii.nm ni,. l l)i;.renaeil, ISalSKOr PUiladeiphia deliv err. . .. :':;.-, - TotSBO. Nov. H. Wheat firm A fn-.. amber, November, tl Deoemlier, lis; Js. uary, 1 24; No. 1 white Michigan, li st), and Stoutly. , turn quiet for. fcash. 6Ko. Oats steady;, ljo J, November, !J4,c' December, i)4o. ", ; .". '. v.. Alanpnw, No. U.Flrthv dull andf nn ChAliaod. Corn easier at SOafila. OaUdull and uaAge(Lu.fer,J.air :cniaa aud ad. I BaMi Wen V Uonnd to Ealse ! 1 m -"V '.t'-. - cai -.'if i.. tl. iw-m.j. w Go I) R U G 0 1 S T S, pidF tyeets, of Pure Drugg, MpdiciTies.' G - opcs, -Druggists' Sun needea py tne trade. call. - ... ESTIHELI FEES f BOX OBIT. Removes Ta , , tar and other substaaees' from the feet,) reaaers tbe gums 8rm, hard, and hsSlthy. aU - taiparts a pleasant perhmt to Ui breath. ' " J.ZWAT8 USX xns BXSX. ' atf For sale by Druggists' ererj where. ' Prepared by " ' " ' L' "' "1 - J.S. BUBDSAl & CO V, Hanufhcturtng Chemists,' Clhehtuatl, ft. smiths -&UE SURi CURE Fever ana ApeTgrCMlls and Jcrer,; It Is a Safe,' Speedy, and Permanent STIR! CUBE fbr Fever and Ague, or Chills as Few,' la every ease litre the directions arefbUewei. , Price 50 Cts. per Bottle. For Sale by sll DnifrglslJ W3i S is3 Vr For Sole 6v off Jr;rsfe. '!"'' J. S. & CO., Sob Profritten; ClZfZISJSATX, OHIO.' ' vanoed to 123 60a24. Iird inactive at WifAlW Hacon: no shoulders here: sides Arm at lSxa UXo. Bagging dull andnominal-' " '"- New ' ORLi AN8. Nov. 1 1 . Jlolasnea : highs .nHna n-i'ma Inhnl.a Slaltl. ' . dull and lower at T5a78o.' Choice sugar-oirre hams scarce and Arm: old, lie: new, ITnol others unchanged. Gold, H6ii. Sight, X count. ;Sturling: commercial, 543a544. Detroit. Nov. Jl. Flour firm and ua changed. Wheat active: extra, II 88; So. I white Michigan, tl. 27: No. i white fall,! Utii amber Michigan, II 1. Corn dull! Nix I mixed, 65o. Oats quiet but steady: white, 4ic; Hiixed. 17c. Itran 16. Mesa pork, it. Lard, prime kettle repdared,. 133.0. nwstKin, -flur. ii.ziniiri avmiDii ewsayi Western superline, I5a5 is; common extras, 15 60a6; Wisconsin extras, (Baft 50; Minnesota extras, to 5Ua7 50; Illinois, In 75a8 50j St. Louis,' tlnBi fanev Minnesota, 18 50aS ML Cornj TH 8Sc for mixed and yellow -Uats, 4ttto to mixed aud white. LouisriLLK. Nov. 11. Flour met and ua. changed. W heat quiet ana uuohanged at 11 If al 26. Corn uuiet but firm at eoaiiSo.' Oata Hbaiio. l'ruvisions dull and entirely nomlnaL nothing doing, and unchauged. Lard: tieree, UaUXc Whisky quiet and unchanged, as 11 in. -lagging quiet aud unchanged. 1 - NianvrLis. Nov. 11, Flour dull at 15 00a5 5S Wheat dull at Hal 50. Corn dull and lower as 800. Oats dull and lower at 45aiJoo. Proviainns quiet and unchanged. Lard, 15u. Bulk meats quiet and .tinchaagail; )alialS'io. Jtaooa quiet and unchsngud: lOsi latino. - Sugar oured hams, 14c, ail packed. Whisky quiet but linn at It fit Coffee la sued demand at full prices-ataiia2ii.o. ' , -' 'v Baltimork, Nov. 11. Fbur lulet. ancliancol and sieady. Wheat firmer: No. - red Westers, 11 ifl; Pennsylvania red. 183al 85. t)orn strougt mixed Western, 72o. Oats dull and unchanged. Kye quint 11 3 7.'jii80c Hay dull and Mm hanged: Maryland and Kennsylvaaia, -)0aiU. PrevnuaDS steady and 4rm.. Pojk, liaa'4 i j. Uulksheul dert Kn5i(). clear rib sides lSalUo, loose. Bacon: shoulders 10 -so, clear rib t4,iall)t-. Hams isaiec. i.ard: renueu I4i'ic ituuec quiet and unchanged: Western eictras DOe. iirs ia-7o. PStroieum dull: crude 04 mic, reflhed IMntRli,. .'.klTnA rinll itnii nimi U'hi-kv firmitr.tll lftUl 17. Phii-aCklpBh, Nov. II. Clover-seed dull al OXauOe; tiinotiiy and dax-eeed uncaanged. l'etroleum; leiinod, 13Jie: crude, too. flour in better request: lowe. Wisconsin and Alio neota extra family, 16 S.'ia? V5; blato, Ohio aud Indiana. SO 50a7; high grades, IT 75a8 15. Whoat sieady : new Pennsylvania red, II 40: $1 lOal IS tor Western amber, tl 44; white, 1 47, Bye, T.jaSoo. Cornauil: yellow, 70c) mixed. eUaOo, Oats slow: mixed, 884lc; White. 4;a4c Ms pork dull at t'i-nt.aijii. Lr,rd,14ul4so. Whisky, il IT. Butter flim: New York State and Brad ford oounty extras, HBaiMc; flrsts, asaaSo ; West ern extra, Sn3io; flrsts, ai7e: rolls, extra, xf a0o; firsts, a0a-.16o. Cheese Arm: Western flae, Ual8e. Kggs steady: Western, in-ili, xjai-- Nsir Tori, Nov. II. Flour dull: snpernns State and Western, 6alS6: oommon to koos extra, 5 tOal 85; good to choice, 6 TOas 10; white wheat extra. 16 15a8 US; extra Onio, 154 7 4U; fct. Louis, U BOaHOO. Bye flour steadr at 14 K5a5 50. Wheat: 'rejected SurinaC ' tnolce, II 08.i; No. 1 Milwaukee, jj; tio. H Milwaukee, II aoal 81; augiadod sprlns. tl Mil V'l' Vv 1 Hlhnv.aa II a:. J-.-.Tl red Wentern,- Inferior, new, tl lOal 11 white Michigan, choice, tl 60; rnjected, spring, $1 04al 03. Bye quiet; Western on State, SOiiBSo. Barley heavy and lower: Say Quinte, II SO: Canada West rn fair demand; strained, tl 10. Corn l-Wesuwri mirmi. .tm T4at5c; uo,eail, 76s7iic; hlifh mixed aad yei- iu nvraiii, ivauc uats: nestera mixej and State, 4la5ue: white do, 4a5lo, including No. .Chicago at 50c Ilay flrmi slupuing,70i. Hops firm; Eastern and Western, ItialCcjXew .'..1 1,, ..H..U, , 1 , 1 I. I . 1,1. (X'l- fee dull and beaw cai'iroes. lbailiUA. ,,!,! Jobbing, limit sc, gold. Sugar la in fair de- uiana and ana: lair to guoq reuntng, 7J Xc; prime, 8 8-i6a8c; clayed, Kcj refiui'4 stuadv at S.Vallo. Molauses: Uiooerv gratlcs, foixirn, quiet and nnchanlrod. New OiioaiHA, wew crop, 75n78o. if ice is in moderate demand and aoenungod. I'otroleniu irregular: crude, .'c: icilued. U, l-Hjaiajoi oaea, nxalSo: -Stiti, bpirits tm pentiae heavy at lie Kirua mi ui, ntfu .wiasvo. A-oia : mess quiet ao4 heavy, mess, oiminjf $nm 6; fobraary SAL Ueef quietaud-anelianiteA. : -pnt-aieabii WVwt ern quiet; long clew Wfiswrn -.-yes, leys, ' Lard dull and lower; prime steam, old, H'imio: November, 13c Hatter eashaaged. Choexf -quiot at taiixo. Whisiry laereavUvs at UK av ... ate m 1 sIk' ? 5 fc e 3 '