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I'AU.i) PAILY UULLK'lliS, Tl'IWDAV, 0CT0M4K 7, in'.:.
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At'CTION SAt.LOF FNU.Al.MKP it
Will be sold al nucMon nt the i (v
lintxn on Sixth trrel, ut. Zl ,,
Isfdsyol .Mitcininr .
Urce uuantlty of micUlmcd b.i
clock i
Islt cha'Kcs thereon. .,,..,
l!0 1 ' "1.1
SmMMI I'HIirr '' C'
oiiMly. Hie Nomina
It iiihIii, "' r" "
tij
iii.
,UH.S H. 01IK1UA. Kdltor and Ft. Ishti
TKHMS OKTI1K OAll.i ''L'U ' 'Ml
On scek, by carrier ij 9
One year by currier, in mmm. .. 1 tw
One year by carrier II uot
advance ' "
One munth, by mall
I'breo months
lz morth " '
One year 1 '
THK DOLLAR WKKKLY WILLI n.s
John II. Oberly ha. reduced tin: sti.isi rl
t'ou price of the M'kkki.v Caiiio Hul.l.i 1 1
i One Dollar tier Milium, maklnc It tin
,rtMit ii ni.ir tiiillh"J In Snul'mrn IIH'io
HrniiTnK tnnlliT mi s-srr.s iim-
GENERAL GOr'Sl '.
There is a report that Gen. .lolm (
llrickinridgo is logo to Niw York lor.,
lido.
A number of clcrgymet iitleiidnu tin
Krangelical Alliance passed tbrniii;b Hid
Gte thu other day, mid moro of Iheii
will go the same y.
.Mr. Ful, of Coldwntor, MUhlgnn.
tried to kill his wife. Vu fear Faiil li
been Ijtkint; too liltlo cold water, Mid toi
much " wine fur his stomach's sake."
Feoria In jmt t hipped 1,600 burreb
of alcohol to Franco. Jt is consoling li
know thitt it will soon return In thiioui
t y in ,th shape of choice, champaght
wonderfully b 'Untitled by its sea vnyhc,.
Tuo nrt collection of the Chicago oi
poiilion Is pronounced h failure. Th
' Intor-Occnn ' says tho general characli
of th oil palntiugs show Woakhos i
the extretno.
Kcv. Mr. Van Colt, n revivalist, e
one of her recent minting requeue 1 ..i
who did not wish to bow in prayer to .
home; whurcupon half the congregat'i
left theii teats mid thu house.
Judge Uacsbain, ol the Unltul Sl
diuri t court of Indiana, has di eided t
it married woman u ithoul separate pi
arty of her own, cannot Lceume lit
mill. Married women, hotti ver,
make their husband bankrupt, il I
clined.
Mrs. Shirley, of St. Louis, Is to,', .r'
engaged in street contract, In. fit
meets to grade at prtunt, and hh nm
$16,bU0 til the busino's. It may ',k
that to bu on the street is "Not Worn .
Work," but, as Anna Dickinson a-
her lecture, "Wlnt's to Hinder '.'
Ounnin is becoming a lit-hio .1
sport will, the ladies of thu Frtne .
ity. Tho yount! Dian to to tim .
with their beaux, drused in jtek-i j..
with 7. luave vulvol pitntloon b ilttm
at tho knee, blouse in velvol, lighten
tho waiit by a Wall er bull ; fulhiig
collar, and brigami 'at. The gi
Cap'aln Sc tl's fninnjs coon, rnnu
own accord.
Tho tea drinkers of hmdon t
covoruj that tho leaves of ihoir
drink are largely i.dulteratud v
filings, which are put in not io i
thu purpose of improving ttinbli ' il e
buyer us of incteusing iho vteljjh llu
arliclu.
Ker T. 0. Workman, of I llno'si
whoro wifo i ehargod with mur i ug l.u
para nour, hat burn utpellet n In
church by the Ualestiurg i'. Iti ce
which concluded the pircon w ti - a
dangerous i-ort of workman f. r?tiil
buiineis.
- A Sunday school tuperintuti lei ut
S'esl re. atu that liu put tho iriu-n-'e imi
t a Qvc-yvar old ureb'n, if lie a'dn
' want to le an angel, and with tin al geb
ml" The prompt an-iver ttaj : ' Jm
. I d rather b'l an engine bov and run
wiin the engine. '
Some Verm nt uiils concluded rt-
cen ly to hivu a nic'j beverage to giv. i
r.itt to a little quilling party, so tiioy s i i
tno bousc-gir. oil to tl.e drug-doro 'or r
tirlc atid. Tho girla memory n. oc
febl to remember more than the tilt
word, io hu atked fjr larlaa emnln-. 'J h,
q iillert in i led their drink, drunk it greed
1 iv, and were then ungrateful t'l.ough l
throw up the girl t otleinu in her face.
We bHIeve wa are not mistaken whor
we sv that there ii n. iiistun.c of t rinall
operat.r on the New York stock exehnig.
having imtde and kept a fortune, l'lolily
of (onunes are wuti, but they are liko llu
frulls of nirttt.rul tlruket at th" gamb
ling tabiu the wlni.inga are i.ever lakei
awy and pcrmaiicntiy invts'.iid. Tli
great hits arv madi by thntn who hav
cnpiial, and who can Ktl'.ir.l to lute or ti
wail. New York World.
"John Kelly," cried Ulirk Johnson ii
tho special telons jetlnday. Twomei
itippt-d from tho prisoners' pen. II. nt
were John Kellyt. ".Margaret Kelly,
called the c urk. Two women steppod I" -ward
fr in the tpectators teats. II ll
were Margaret Kellys. The Johns were
of kindrt d tastes, being wife-teatur, K.i
wnre otherwise strangers. 'Ilin margiir'
wele alike lu forgiveriesi, both wiihdr
ing the charges aniutt their hubai
and dlOerlug mainly in one having a a i
over her eye, and tho other a c .1 o'i
top of her bead, The bruise I ant i
ing Kelli went out of court tog-th'
New York Sun.
Tho New York 'Tribune says !.i ti
gard to the awards that have um i-i
by tho Amoticao and liritUli v.ix
Claims cominiision, there it mine --.ij.i
lion to bu dorived from the fact thai i
though nearly two millions til' ('ollxr
added to our debt, it Is prol able tin.' ,
surplus from llm (Jeneva award, afli i.
o'alnis of private persons are puld I i
Bovernment. will be sulllolunt tu mei i'
lndbledncs. Our chief cus li r i
gralulatloi, however, l the fact tii
um awarded to olaiinauls is aim
flnltestnal portion of aggregate an.
which tbsjjr demancie i.
VJLKVICI't
AS EDITOR'S I'KF.DIC-
cntious lMioriiKcir.s wimttkn
IN oKIM'KMIIKIl, lf7J THKl'AMM.
KKrf' MOVKMKNT.TIIK KA 1 lil' It K
Ob' JAY UOUKH, AND Til h FI
NANCIAL KKVul.UTlUN l'Ollr..
ioi.d a yi:ak hi m i:
Ni:w Yoi.k, Soptember 20, lt"J.
I). O. Cliof.V Dear Mr: Since iho jMib
llcolion of the rcmarkaMo series ot pie
diclloiis piinled In the second imliitier of
lliu 'Jloderii Thinker' ( Dei-ember, ITJ, )
several pi rtons have lliadii bet" that llio
predictions were nut puollshed tl tilt I alter
the panic incurred. An wo ol course, am
well aware that tho number of the '.Mod
ern Thinker' In question win printed
near'y a year f-go, and put on the marki-l
ntid through tlui American New? Compa
ny in Dect liiber, and wo believe you lu
b'l the aultnir of the vaticinations in que,
lion, we ask you to verify our stipp.l
lions by giving ihe facts in rrg .rd lu thi
remarkalde cireiimttatK'o Y"iirs very
truly, D. Vklkv ,V Co., publlflurs.
Nmv Yt iih, fcept. liiiJ,
I) Wc.t.KY A- Co:
(I KM MM EN 'llio article entitle "A
Aludcru I'lophet, appearing mi pngc
ili ol "I lie Modetll 'i Linker, N.'. V, Was
.iclaled by mil lo Alfrud I'iiiiI, a well
.iiown stuiiographer mid j mrnnlisl ot lliu
.ly, III .elUiiit,rr, lt'Jt, and Wa by him
ranrctlhcd l'.ir the prers, and published in
he mugaXUie, as Vuil state, 111 the lullow
lig December.
1 would hot say anything about this
uritter were il hot thai the prediction has
neli claimed by the ( i r 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 being
ii, some way obtained Irom tui.ruitihdai,e
ell Ces.
1 have no lulnlion whatever with Spir
mulcts. I entirely dishclico the ex
planations thi.y give ol certain eurnm
jhelioinena that luvo been nb'erved. I
it'lieve tin) time is not fur oil when all
ll.'SU pheholiieha will be ejiphiihl in n
way to satisfy Iho sclehtltio Wi.rld. I have
'lo faiih in "spooks'," ghi'i, to r muliuiiis.
nor do I believe that lliero i it solitary
verillalile inslaiico of the iiiahilestulioh oi
intelligence by a dead etsiui.
I ho prediction which I uiiide In -ciiilur,
ri7Z, wuru btiaiu on fails ubsious
o every mm.
It It 'worthy of milieu that wu have u
lew department ot literature tpriiiging
Hi, wnic.li involves speculations ooticurn.
nig ihf liituni ItulwirV ' C'tiiing llui',"
ii.t" llutloof Dorking," Mutiaiiirn " lly
itid 1!, " liri iinliorn and Mich Woras
ire sp'Cilili ns of Hi kind of Vallclhalive
eraturu
When everybody Mall. 8 that tin
ursu of hiiiii'tti uv mils is entirely con
uili'il h lew, and lot bv " SilpiTiialura
i Is," it will be much eimler to forera-t
ure events than now geneially tii
od.
Daviii (1. ClIoLV,
II Ivo-t Tl.irlv-eighth street, New
York.
The following aro the predictions rc-
irred to ahovo :
From Model' Thinker No. 'J, published
Deeembjr, lbTL'.J
It is now a c j'liriu njilaco o. uitdern
tuieghl that abl.liv to piodltl islabliBiiut
,o avidiiy of any rcience, To iirovi
.ml society hie, made some ailvaiicu Hi the
.iriLlUin.il cerininly, 1 chluio upi n i.
w gel 0 al zalioht loLchllig Ihe future.
l-rt I predict lliti the democratic
.trty will hvver contiifl itnoll.ir lireslduh-
i it olettloii uiidur ils old inline and or
. an. ilinii Thonew aiili-ailminislr.tlioii
trty will have aiioihur name and will
lghl under new leadorr.
Second- 1 predict that questions of ad
'inintriitiiiii, Mich us civil eervieu retorm
niinrity representation, the control ol
legraphs and railways, and tlie eileh
ion of the powers of the central gut urn
nent, will be the main iouus in future
.Hilltical ciimpaii:iiS
Third I tiiedicl that within tho com
ig two enrs tin country will exp.ri diet
io wor-t lliinncial panic known loilshis
ry. It will bo more wule-'prcad alio
uniftnms than even that ot Iblli. Al
he debts created by our piper money
ra will to w iped out or coiuprnutitod
l. and will temporarily fall to ouu half it-
'alue.
' Fourth Tlie panic will be precipitati d,
II all probability, by the failure of the
N'orih-I'acitle railrond, and perhaps tin
ui, ker.- who maii'iuo il. Tins will brum
u light such an aina.uig amount uf triuid
ii I'lniioetioii wt'.ti our railrotds as to di,
redit all slocks, good and bad, Tlie bears
vill hold high carnival. Thu mull ol
iiost repute in llnuhcial circles and on '.In
-trout' will prove to bo common client.
Vhllo the panic will e iiiiiiience, Irom al
op .mine, in railroad circle. Mini wil
u eon II nod for n Hum to the new western
nterprui'f, il will spread finally lo the
itii n ii I b nk, iiuii wul di,'loi i.ti
mount of rotleiuiess in llioso institutiotir
vhich is now jbeyohd thu power of tin
agination to emiceive.
Fifth 1 predict that in ten years' linn
he Northern 1'ncilic railroad untcrpriti'
fill ho regarded as one of the moil ut
oundint; instances of human credulity
tad folly. It Will bo a matter
of profound attoniihment that niionk
a oils nes community tens ti
ISl JUtalnli i f nonsitilii mun could be fuin I
1 1 itiwttt money, with a Inqm of pr fit, n
i railrotl winch began nowlmre, mid elul
l nowhere, and ran for the moit pur
hrough a hnwiing wildernest. That thb
m l may be built i possible ; thai it i n'
ih made In pay for t prei(,nlifen'ral on,
i loo crazy a rMmora :o bo for a moment
iitertainid.
Sixth I predict that when all tho great
I'acitlc roads break down, as break ihey
uutt, an immedialu demand will be made
'or tho government to control and run
hem. I ni win be the i i ring w.i
or tlie final tonirulof ail n. emi uf rapid
ratitlt by the central gover intent.
.Seventh 1 predict ilmt, bef..ro the
reakdowu of our railroad swiun, cor
upiiutt will Im rampant in Washiligt m
he railroad rings will run tho govern
nent wlmrevur their intire't are attune
Kighih- I predict that very few wil
-"ty ai y heed to '.hem proplieeies nnd that
titer they provat lie, they will have Into
'irgotten, nnd another imtsnee will hav.
een given how propln.'i bio not hom.rtt.1
n their own tun and n-ition, m Uio fail
f A FoslllVK 1'llKIWl-TOIt.
MlHIUKD WOMK.N AND IlANlv
ItUlTCY. From the Louisville Courlcr-Joitrnrl.)
An inUrctiiug decision on the old ques
tion wiiDtncr a marrieu womitn can lie.
ome a bankrupt h is lately been dulivureu
V Judge (ire.lmm. ot Indiana, in the
united Malut District court in Kvalisvillo.
Itaehel (i uidinati, a m iriied woman, had
een dmng biuiutu for oiim yoars iu her
wn liauiii in hviunvillf, in tlm proocu.
ion of whi' h she bmamu iii'lobled to b
iiMrcantile llrm in S Louis, who brought
nit agii(it hor 'J'he peiitton f th
ilainlill' allegul Dial Mr. (i oilman hud
'inn il'ud an act of bankruptcy. Judge
Ire. limn ileciipil that, in aicordanie
vitli the slaluies of Indians, a
mrrii'd womhii can not engage In
IV Kind of hunine-ii i.n her own a'-emini,
inlets .In hi,s tcpuri,. ( r.,u-rit but ll a
voinan n 't havn g n- arnle j,r ji-'j i n-
a "Wl III 1 11.. I I'M, lilf I r ' S I i . g t
h hiishai d as llio eari i.u i v w re
ol that a married w tii'tn .11 I iari
lotaetsed of no sHiHratu n'at i is r, ',. v i
4 ol none of tho disuhliuei imputed upun
mifraTinse, 'iwo-hundrtd anil suty
rsprt,
hor by tlie ciiinmoh law, These rule ho
Ihg s'lablithi il by tlm sliiilllHit, ami llm
pelllloi, failing In" show that -Mrs. Hood
man was imhso'si iI ol ally sepunitu prop
erly or iiieiin wild wit oh she wn curry
lug on lor tihsliiiss Iho court ileebtreil
that she could liol bo udj nlge I a liatik
nipt. . a .
.Ml.-SISSli'lTS I'ATK.
i liiclnirill (In. 'tie Waililnutt ii Telegram
Tin- attorney gi-imritl has no ollbdal ih
fi.riiialion legardiiig llm t:i.iiipllcalioiis in
Mississippi, but anticipates a repetition ol
llm coined in Louisiana. While tnkini:
no part in the controversy between Ihe
A me. mill Alcorn parlii", he feel- nsrurci!
that the result must uillii r no thccs,ablih
melll of facliolis, etuli claimiliu lu be the
si tto government, between which congress
and tint goticril giivernmniit will be
oi.ligid to de' ide.or llm ('otilinitH'n of
statu govuri incut b'-y nl t o ti ie for
which it is elected, mill such cuiliim Hie
Involves llm election of inemberit or eon.
crtMHi"l i.ther slmiltr quellun, upoii
which tie n ivernmenl would lli.ally bo
obltg'-ll I" ,
WISl.BfiDuDUIfi
iiiuiiuiiai hi u.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
FHO.M M:V YORK.
Nkw Yotiu, October 7. The HI regi
ment of National gmrds of the statu of
New Jeney, c diiiiniliiled by Col. .1. M,
Addl'iiti Drake, visited tills city, and wn
received by the hih regiment of New-
York. Tlmy were revinved 1 y
Mayor Havetnejer and Ihe c immon coun
cil at the oil v hall. As Col. Drake wan oil'
of rank tliah'.ii.g the mayor for review
ing Hit in, be was arrested on complaint
if Henry Tinkling, Meyer t C- , paper
lealer', wh ilmrgo Drake with tlefr tid
ing them out ! -rjDS.I, Drike iurehaeil
paper of Hiem on whleh to prinl tho Klix-
ahetti Diily .V uiiiior, of wlneii 1m Is ed-
lor, lo llm amuiiht of $iVlU0 H lepre-
seiit'tl that lie owned a largo miioiirit ol
property in Kli. ibetli, bill upon investign
tion it Wat found to bo in bis wife's name
(If thu f;iilOO iho abuvo amouiil remained
uf pa il, and hehco tho arrest. The
olotiel wi.i locked up. A receplinli i
being given his regiment by the bSih rec
iment.
IIO.VAMH 'N't I OM IMMON.1.
1'rof, D ,i iilil .on's coiiipanioiis on hi
balloon voyage to Kuropo aro (i.orge
Wasliinglon hunt and Alfred Kurd.
A II II hv st 1 1.
Dr. Jit. Met ullin, H:i Kast Sixth
tnet of this city, has lien nrresUd fm
upposeif coiuilioiiy Willi Iho .lo soy City
clairvoyant in causing the death of Jdu
M.Vail. Thu yoiirjf woman Was tin
laughter of n Newark compositor, who
lied srv. rnl yi-ir Hg'i.tho widowed inothei
anJ an only sister suivive.
sl'lT roll KAM.U1K.
Then Wilkest has applied for an order of
,f!e-t fr daiiiage agiiinst Win. l Cham
berlain, in mi action begun by him to ro
' over damages for injury dona to hi char
icier. Sheridan Slump and Thomas l!y
in have made tin undertaking that they
will My thr costs which may he itwt.rdcu
if defendant obtains Judgment.
I ii commercial circles the feature of but
mess is gratifying, ami nctivity In grain
md gtain fruighK Thu export
Movement in wheat la on it liberal scale
with prices quoted up; rcceip's of wheat
are large. Kngagi mntits of freights fm
llriliah ports ombrnco tlva ihipmenU ol
wheat, several of other grain, petroleum
and tobtcco. Charters reported cotton
dealing for bolh ourly and fonvatd iLdiv
ory, niiHlerati).
A Washington special inya .Morton,
I. i"i .V Co. luvo been uppotntud H,cul
n;eiiU of tli" statu department in Europe.
riitK.
A llro Iroko out this morning at 017,
fill) and S'.'l, Weit Nino eolith street, oc
cupied hy Didin in & l-'unk, at pitno-ctse
mikurs. Damages fJo.mio.
VKOSl YASilkUTUsT.
t fl'OINTKl).
Wasimsoton, Uctotmr 7. Tbo presi
dent to.day nppolutod F. I). li.tker col
lect jr of internal revenue for llie "nrt
diitrict tf Alabama vic Wcdto;,
alleged di f.iultt-r.
LRU At TKMiKK,
i'1'hu nniount of outstand ng legal
tendurs ii flOS.filVS;.
Al ll I' ill MKMI'IIIK.
Thioroiiuoiit h it reqiietel the socio.
tHry ol war todirertthe commUsnry gen
eral to tend lo,uoi r.itl'ins tu iUmpnis,
Teiiuesioe, for thu rolief of tho yellow
fever sutler'. A telugrmn has but n re
cluved fiom the Howard ais.ciitioii at
Slirevepurt, Loiisiana, txprening grn'.t-
tude fur tho io tion or thu gov. rmueni in
einiing rati ''i lu Hiu suff-rurs ibore.
Someiiin.- i tin pu.i- fflee depart,
ii'it t invited tho postal authorities uf
Kngluiid and U irmany to iqmi nagolia-
nons wi'h thit cuiititry for interchange nl
postal cards, onttlie bails uf two cent rate
England declined the proposition ; but
negoliattonil are now in progress wi.b th,
(ienuii) postal union, including Austria
and there ii every probability that I hoy
will bo brought lu a sucics.ru I i.me by
ihe drsl of D'scamber, A draft of an ao-
iitional postal coiiVuullon fir thu pur-iio-.
U now bfiog propared by the supsr-
iiienjent ol foreign mails, end will to
lorwinled in a few days fur tbo fignnturti
if Uvnnan auth Titles.
ItRtiHIIAMIiTInN
uf llio Natiohul Melropoliinn b.v.k Ii
promised afttr the Hummer limit havo
mude l . repori.
'llm reporter lha receiver or the V.h
Ington City Stv.ngs bnnk shows n urplm
over obligations.
KH0.M U)Y ICLL
nfii.i v of i Kits in-1 Ann t a
l.iitMI., .Mas, Oi lolier 7 John
I1'" .1 r , riuhn r ut tlo, Mi f hrr s N u
l .'III I ek lu I i ' i,' . i) ..! riog.'i,'
i. .4 ' lmg to llie "ll1- r ,,! , ui t
d 4 1 Um vxti nl r 5'i"iini l'ire ,
a'so r -tan rt.tr of the I eniral al 11 s btrih
but tl.st ihitltullvil is said to be all right
It llJOlitl'l Xt. Ul'lllilt ft. XJ,
KK0M CIXCINNA'Jl.
I'OllK l'AI'UINII Co.SMtSIIO.V.
Cincinnati, (Jclobor 7. Tlm Cincin
nati l'oik Flicker. assnclutloti at its moot
ing to-day elected Htiggs S. CuliViilighaui
piisidutit.
ALTION Of ll'iAMIl OK TRMiH
The directors of llio board of tr ib) to
day adopted lo'olutioni fnvonng llm ri-
peal of all usury laws seven per cent in
terest in the iiImciho of conlrac', and the
mode and feature of llm national hanking
aw, u as to allow every assndalion h'tv
sg fiO.miOor grtvurninurit boiiil the riu lit
lo deposit tho samu and receive lialloti'tl
bmk noles,uniler the resirction ol motor
ing the bill hoIJer nt socurlty a iuul.tr the
ifesent system.
ATllOCIOt'S xiutllii:ii.
An ' Knqiilror ' spiclul eayj it most
atroclotit and cruel minder look placo in
Faris, Ky., to-day. lVrrv Clay, IMward
Current, and Matthew Current wt re ih
l'.it O'lliiiWi's saloon i renting ti disturb
ance, and he being unableto quell It, lent
lor an ollleer, and deputy marshal W. A.
II irton ram ii and tried lo comt them out.
IIbjucOiJi) le l in getting the'ii in'.ollie btck
yard, when Ll Current shot him sev ml
times with a revolver, two shots taku g ef.
feet in his brent. Mut Cirront then
se .id Hiirtoti and snul him through thu
liuadj llurton then f,l, and was set upon
by the two (Jirrontt, w:n butt him over
the huad with thflr pistol-, fraetiiriiiK the
skull, beating his ini Im u J. lly, and tut
ting hit fact) horribly. .Mnrsh.il Miller
then arrested lo'.h of tho C.trrent s and
put them in jail. Thu u.xcllumotil is great,
nnd lynching is ttikwl of, llurlun was
well liked, and Was ll: Ihe dischargu ol
hisdir.y. llu was 20 ycirt oil, and hud
ii i fitmilv.
The Commercial this morning publish' t
tho results, uf ninny interviews with load
ing maiiufaclurerain variim departments,
from which it aiittenra that tlmuiili tin
iiiimber of hands discharged hero on nc
couni ot the iiionoy stringency has been
much over tistiui'tled, it appears vOTipuri
lively small, ami must til the mniititac.
Hirers and artisans express hope that thoy
will bt able to come to Work soon, though
without further reduction of either lorce
or time.
Cincinnati, October 7. A Dayton di.
pitch say Uorstman and Uortnan bank
ers of that city closed lu-day, neither ol
ili-on piying i. nt imr reeieving.
A dl-pttch from Ml ford, center Ohi
says tint John F.o"l MllaJ Sttmuel
Orilllvh at York Citnter.Ucion coutuy.last
I-ndiiy niglit, st.tbblng him in thu abtlc
mun. Keod was iitro-ted. If .slit parlies
wcrj drunk mid quirlling.
1M0.M ST LOUIS.
SUlWCItUTl.iNS.
St. Luuih, Uotobor 7 --Nearly tw
ilioiinihd dollar in addition to tlioamouui
previously reported, ha hon suba:ribed
for this Memphit sull'.irers, and an active
oommiiino still working in their behalf.
Thu O ld Fellows and Masons havo also
'cut handsoun) ..uiiij to bu dii-lnirsiil by
their brelhern in thu aflliitod citv. About
f7,0i)0 in iimtiey, clothing and provision
has been mini lo Shrnvup irt, and moro I
boin contribulud. .Much sympathy is
felt hero for tho sick and destitute in lho-o
citiftj, and il is finding expression inn suit
able manner.
JKOaI DAV'iUX, 0.,
fet'!'lKSlBI.
Davton, October 7 --botnn g.nelp was
excited, but 110 excitement croalnd, lo-dtty
by the au.Hpension of itettbeti HorUmatt
.md John 11. Oormart' Citizen bank, a
prtvato Institution. There had been no
run en thom, but a steady drain for three
weoks, which cmlutrr .sod thom, find they
suspumU'd until there is it reiuniptiun in
Now York.
KILL HI).
M '.chitHl Stballtir, it ctdlar maktr, nnd a
Wdll-Uniwi oil ti oi, 4i killed t'-Uy n,
tho F.f.b street or o. ting ly the Dayton
-a 'id ilichigin train, nnd tho body badly
rnntiglud. Tho accidu .1 wb ibe result if
iiial'oulloti.
Woathor decidedly co'd and blustery.
-a
WISATillilt KKl'ORT.
Wasiiisoton, (Jclobor 7 Tho ceclum
in the Hoiilhorn Stales will prohiibly dun
i sh in ex ten l nnd severity as il move
north eastward toward South Atlantic
00a st. For 'J'uetday : 1 hr. u((h"iit the
Gulf Stale cold norlbuily winds with
clear wotlber. For North Atlantic stales
cod. northweaterly winds with cloudy and
clearing weather. For .Middle status fresh
and piHiibly brisk north weiiorly winds
and partly cloudy an 1 clearing weather
For New Lnglnnd northttasti rl y wind,
and rnlny weather, f llowol by north
westerly wind falling tornporaturo and
cloudy weather. For lower Lakes Btid
Obio valley norlhiVMlorly wind aid
clear weather. For I'pjur Lake and
Norlhwwt souih ami t wind mid clear
.Te.tbei. Cautionary tlgriaU continue
NOW Orleans, Mobile, Jacksonville, Si
vaniiah, t.''irlc.ton and Cape May and
one ordered for Wilmington, Norfolk,
New Haven, New Judun and Wo. d'.
Hole.
FOIil' IGN.
A cadinlt lifctinnii uroH
At A iin etinj uf iho deputies of right
to-day, the f.'llowing eihinut wa ducided
upon in Iho event of a clnng't iu ihe guy.
eminent at tbo opening of tho ussembly :
Duo do Cassuse, minister uf foreign kf
fairs; M. llerkor, uiii'l. nr of the interior;
M. Duheinolung, miflislor of linanca; M
Dupreyno, miniiter of Justice; M Uri
vart, ininiitur of public works ; M, Du
peyron, minister comuiereo ; M, Das J r
dine, iniiiiiter piibl.o Instruction ; the
lViiruli ilu ,Montntiii, minister of war,
KUO.M 1MII IiADFIilMILA.
r - I -Now ' I I I'K !
I'll 1 ti i I'll 1A. o t .er 7
f "i I' .H n.inyO s j i Hi t
tun s . . I this lie r ng
"S'
di pa' 'i
I I' o v r
It Is 1 1 t til 11
1 at Fun la
J v th m w S'l w also f'
New York
which uter lliouis iv 1110
IT.
Siiiiuvkihirt, Oolober 7. Internieiits!
(loorgo Cray, white, no agui Mary
Ii'iiriinin, v hi e, age FJ years; Leopold
Niece, no nguj John Miindy, Ji-., age I
years; Ada Frocott, ago 11 years; S .1.
Chilli, age .13 years t C. I). Meriuiui, ago
l years; Clm. Hugh Wall, ego '1 years ;
uly Vinson, age fiyesir.; .lames Vir.
son, ago IS years i Morlts Livy, nau I
years; Koning ILid, ago 2 1 years ; Chiliit-
man; Study llrooks, black, aire 35 years;
Muck Washington, ago -I years; Char
lotte llradford, ago lo years; Sptn er
Malelte, ngo t inontli.
IllV
UN. mil I'.ill ot cite StlVi: "S
For'gl hour endltnr ,1p,m, Otlobeifi, IS73.
Ahoie
I lotv
I water.
Cli:ilijlt'.
hTA I IONM,
I!l-e. KttII,
Iloiiiitllle
Itlllil-wlek
Ualni
i:ineilili:ill
Id.
D.ienpii't
niliiuille
Kun-t Ille , ,,
F ill Hellion
Ilerniaun
Ii ileixin City
IC.uivi- City
Keokuk
UlClll-fl! ,,
l.eiitt'iiworlli
l.eliialoil
I '.'
Utile Ifnck
I.olll-illle
.Marletla
Meinphl-
MiirXiiulowit
Nii-hillle
1 10
Netvlielievti.,,,
.Sew Orleans
nil City
Oiiutha
nllieitli ....
I'lU-liurg
fl.itt-iuouUi
hipcirt
dt. .lo-enli
ai. Irfitil
M. Fail)
Vteksburg
U'.ir-uw
Y.iiikitm ,
l.llWIN (lAlll.S.Stl,
ubarver sift. eor. U. a. A.
Cim'innati, Uttobtr 7. I'.lver 3 futt
and stationary.
St Louia, Oiloher 7.-A-rived; Jak
Superior, JCjokuk. Departed: Clie.r,
.tlampul.
N . Orlkan.-, O.-tobert 7. Arrived
Mary, Lmuville. iN'u di pmuras. Clear,
uierctiry jj.
VirKMtt'HO), October 7. No boat down
in-day. Up: James Howard, ard Carrie
. Kuunnut, No. I, Weather clour and
cool. Kiver rising.
Firrsuuno, (Jclobor ". Coiiilderable
rain full last night and lotday. Scint 'i
feet of water in the river, and nbout on a
stand. Wnalficr cloudy and gimiI.
KVASaviI.hK, October ". Weitthar
c'ondv, wiih prrspocls of a lrost. I!ivt
I inch lower. Menurv II toStt". now 50",
W md irom ihn north. Up : Iturk-villts.
tiiyette, Itol.erts, John S. Ilradsforil
Down : Kapidnn. llusineie very dull.
Lirisvii.i.K, Ot tolicr 7 Littf do ngo
in I'm river; marts snow ga inches in ci,,
anil 11 feot scant on Fortland bar. Cl 'udy
arm quno cooi. Arrivon: lien, 1:1m
I'ltieinna'i; ltotu Hue, Henderson. D'
imrleil: (;..n. Iluo', Cincinnati; Itote Hife
llondiirson.
MO.VKY MAHKKT.
New Y UK, October ". Oold 10J.
.Motit-y loaned 1-10 and .
(.ioveruments dull and steady.
Stocks dull.
STOCKS.
New Yokk, Ootobar 7. The greatest
houyaiiey was in tho Wotorfi Unmn,
Liiko Shore. Uock lsuind, Union Faciflc
and Fun Mail, and throughout tl.o day
these slocks alfiictcl more a tlen Hon than
iho rt'iniunder of tho list. Tho Krie, N.
Y. (!. und Watiish wero fatures ol the
lay on ttako of imtrket. 'J ho London
demand for .N. Y. 0. has subsided in ref
ereuco lo boutancy, 'IVIenraph report
have it that sterling to a luruo am unt has
b'i-n borrow, d to inlluenco 6toek in up
ward dir.clion. The loin ctriflcatis of
itnks were reduced $81)00 to d ,y.
DF.Y COO 1)3.
The dry good business cont.nufs quirt
with maiitraeturiny montf, but Jobt itij;
undo 1 satisfactory, and n'cndily Improv-
"II. Near by and Western dea'ers are
otieratint; moro fn-oly in aisorted goi d
The market for cotton foo is (toady and
pries-, iiru tinchaiigod. Cotton flat in Is
are activo and at close, told In better re
o,uet. Worsted dre-a fabr:oi quiet in
flrt hands, but nctiv.t with J diber. C 1
0'oJ woolb n flunnel in ttood detiiftnd.
1M10VH1 )NS.
Kkw Y'diK, 0.t-dir 7 Flour dull.
Wheat quiet nnd linn, SI lu(oJ II
. In ieo f 1 15.
Corn qmel; Cffii 00c; choice OTp,
Oau Hrtnur 66(jj'(li'.
.Me s pork nominal $10 7f(lT.
Lard f-y sJ 0 I0e,
Ilnoon q iiet and stendy.
Cut meals quiet and steady
Whitkey nominal 1 0.(1 03.
Cltli'Aiio, Oclolur ". Wheat irregu:. r
"U hubor, olo ng at l OSJcash; jl 07
NnV' Inlwr
Corn firm iV. So caib i Fi(3, 0.e No
veml er.
Oats stn ng and llahor nt 3'JJe tuh,
Itarley 11 mi nl $1 06
"Wbi-ky tirong nt '.ejo.
Frtivijion q-iUt 8,d firm, and nomi
nally unchanged.
II oir receipt 0000; notion highor at
1 -Atyi 00
Nkw Oklkans, O.tolior 7. Plmir
niall stock ; cwnod li fal doman ; X X
III r.0; XXX i7 0SV; oholoo $8 60
fa ! 75 '
Corn quiet; inixod71c; white W(5 7.ie.
dnts dull nt 56c.
llrnn no sale.
Fork dull nt 17o.
Whliky dull ; Loulilnun Olo.
CiwcissAri, October 7. Flour qu i,
M 00(u)7.
Wheat ttondy f 1 10,
Com iiiiuhiiiigeil.
I'nU iiiichiingi d
Whiskey, sales tirtfijUlc.
Cotton stead y, lOJo
Fork, sales bulk qillot ai il unchang.
o I; bacon quint, bibbing tales; ihouldi is
tJcj clear rili Oi ; olnnr 0e,
Lard firm and unchanged.
St. Louis, October 7 Fh-ur dull and
iineliniiKn'U
Wl iiit llrm and h'ylior No a fall Jou ,
No do filmic.
(!orn slow nothing doing.
Oats firm oT67 ii'l -.
Ityii stead V 3.'.fn
Hurley llliehalii'eil.
Whiskey tlr.ti 111
Fork no sal ha n steal y end on
hrtini I1 n and .rdcr l"ts I' J(i (
a 'l.fii'.iii 'l
Lard i . et nter s en y "t,.
LIVK STOCK MAF.KKT
New YniK, 0' tobor 1 . Hooves freh
J-ROM SIIHKVKI'OI
receipts making 8l"o for tho week
iiBtilnst OII'.U; ),m w'eek quality Mr; de
iiiaiul good, nt an HilvaliCe for thu week of
ICJ J. Nntlvo steer ranged from S'.i af,
I. t ill). Texan ite r Irom 7 flnfo)U oil.
Stlis Include 18 ,:an of texas Cattle, soai t
ficwt.S; fiOj 10 ear., g rwt 7 VfyH Ifi;
I car, H cwt, J7 7"h?)S 00; 11 cars, fij
cat, f' fill; car clone, If, 7f-; 7 car
giul 11. limit steer, SIY. "rif-nlJ f,0; 7 cars
fair do., 7 nvi, .. J.lfTyll 75; Sears
7 cwt, fit! Hfila fill; earn SnuiP.I
cw t, SfJ (Hifo l;t nil j l rats Ohio steers,
ii'n,H! i"M(iui;i mi; enr lienlnukv,
I owl, $11 afii,M2 76; 7 ours 81 cwt. do.
Fg 0f)f) 1 3 (10:
CiiIcacio, Oelobor 7 I'lillle ncllvo nnd
Arm, jrooil to choice iialivo tteeis fo a6-
r. 70.
ling nelly, and firm for Unlit nnd
tondv f'r liei.vy, heavy II HOffiJl (HI;
litlht JI Unci t 'in
riieS!WI!Ti:ST IIOITK t FIIHTl'Nl!.
$100,000 for onlijft 2.o0.
Till: I. MIFFS I' ltK I I It V
THKmIAM.OI' IN VI r.Mi:.NT.
ml ummil
, u ill in: iii:i d a r
LEAVENWORrH, KANSAS,
Ducouilsor 31it. 1070,
Foil Tin: I!I.m:fit of a
.11 VKMI.IC l!i;i01i.M ( Il'IDL.
t i 1 1 I t
- IU U I 1 s
Sir, 000 in IVu
i'rincipal 1'riv.o $100,000.
COII-l.lllIK of the -lliu I ll llil.llhll fe-illi UM
lln ill Allele-, Ks'l. .nil-ill tius.ed is.tiilntc
ilivehtiig iu Hie i mleil ttie, l.elng only a
It'W li o, k- llnlll the t ..lilt l.ill-e.i.llllollli
tol lit iiim niin eiil ground-, nieli.ird-, gr
tli'lmund MlleNiild-, I lie InilNMn ha- heeii
only rteeiill eoiiileled with all the mud
em Improw-hioii
I'KIZK I.I.ST.
13 Prize. Iinl
1 Coah Prize,
i:tatc,?I.VJ,l
0
" $10,000 :it
" fi.OHO "
JU,()liii
2f 0011
20.01111
I
i
20
50
it
2.600
1,000
500
200
100
50
20
10
tt
it
20,000
',0110
,000
10,000
15,000
100 "
200 "
500
CiSiS "
1000
1158 '
31J.150
Prize
l.'I.Ooti
111 Ul'O
5 TOO
2.50
IM,P.'
? 150,000
The title to the attole real estate is gu.ir
anieeu nis-ret't.
The liberal term of lhl aehrtne briiur-
wlthlu the reach of all llie itrette.t onnor
liuilty ever ollori-d fur tho poor man to il-i
iu welllin.
VWICK OK i ICKKTS.
Single Ticket, $2.10 ; KUven Tckctt
WOO; Fifty-ix Tuket, $1' no; One
11. mitred Hid rilleen Licket, .' ,i).0o.
rhe draw Ing will be made iliiilre the su
periiilf inlehcH of a l oinmlllee a'poiiit i h
Hie lilgliesl oniclai in tlie Male, tlult -nurn
to the luithful prrlo. Iiiam e ut the duties a
Mlgcinl tlieill.
I he hlglicst ollli-inU both of City. Count)
ami .-line uae not omy euuursed ir.
Alleles, hut alo Ills -eheinn,
'llie ileiiiuud for tickets I unparalleled
ami til' ile-lnng to nariielnnte In the draw
Ing -hoiild ul once loim their tubs audsend
in (heir ordt rs
AliF.NfS VNTFD in all States, ( t(.
ami Town, in ll. t i.lteil bUles and Calm
la.
frMonev shutil.i in. ,-i i,i l.v lieuUlereil
Li tier, F. O. Order or esire." with llie lull
unore.w in u niinini-er in plain it nil lit'.
K.erv nai kig..- ol 1 1 ticket lias a chain
to win 11 prizes, but po Illicit ctitain to
win one. wnne one pel sn mil ot ,-verv lei
Who piirch'i-e a tiaci iikc ot 11 1. bound to
win IWll prize.
For further Inlorm ttion m l partleiihir.
seno lor t ll. u' ir to the Mui, ig. r and rio
prieter. and nli'n
,-IMoN A 11 KLK .
I,e:i ei, w rllt K iiisa
THE PARKER GUN5
SEND STAMP FOR CtnCUlAFl
PARKER BROS .
WEST MERIDEN,CT.
t.co: to Youn cuiLDRrzi
i irx: great
8
cothing Remedy 1
llllliTrriant I rurs
Curs r.i'ir ntiil Ofi, er In
III, II I I llUIIIU Ol III. Iletta hut fuel Hits
SYRUP.
I ths ju. e.i ol Trsdio p
rurc33
CEITTC.
fti till i1iist-:t.4 ImiiJciit tt
u U mi hnl (.li.iarui.
CYRUP.
rsllsro J.ftln tr.nlcnrM or Si
Ki'l-lcnin I , r -.ii tin mile t'.v
, 2S
Il Ii tli ! ftnt1 (imi rhlMrcn's Orpal Hm.tlih i;
hi moil), in all ili.urJiTs Lruuut oil I )' tcollou. r
ntiV etle r i aln
lis. irtruUr InrnlllrtR fur JIHS. WIIITCOJin'S
f Vlil'l', it rid hiKo tin other,
frctmrrdtiyllia UH.U'TDV MEUiri.VH CO , Ft.
T - tin. Mu. t-. . 1 1 i) lirub'Uts uud ll.t lu
Mi"l "., eTsralieift,
ry BUY-M C AN D I LL DO YOU QUO 0
!ni) iTllTPte
rY
Icansli "! Iho I looil ami aronslnij the lltsr and
in i . ' koi. t n hi'.iH hy ai tien, Hr. Ilfi.r.t
.' i an I I l.ut I' ,'t tin. Pi.iuy c iiilaiits mIh. Ii it
' Id li "t Ih tiiii"ieil limy cullld Imch, Sluli nt
ireiiilnelie, I'nlit in llio S'ltc. .Viinili-
ticsa or llio liiiuipi ri't t. lllltllteM,
Ui lliieaw, IttuoilintllMi!., JS ' s-itlurlit,
l.o.t ill Aile It... Illllo t yneiiler.v.
Itlilney Allfi'tiona, 'un t ituil u :e.
Itllllr, ri.i'r, itr nil It . li, E.vsic.
till. Jitliiiillt't', n el uitii'r I I r..iHi'1'tiiii
Lr.-iiin huiil n hot lUIl; ul tuo I' ur ol.UUvln l
I' it fjie I 'lis,
Ilfihj I eo (- m Men ury nn I ether nnhon tley
I'u t iUsii nt all umo anil tiitdet all cn iinouu
. i' n 1 1 Ie 'U t i in lt"dl"t,hll ilKiS"t 'li'ii-lire,
'1'lia. st it 'i tlie wtulo'ii d and it) ivlu ere I
i i i into li ii 1 y a turn, en .hk liirm stirngtti tu
urijed t .' Irs'ainlltr w il io olio -iiitt'ilis
v , h s -o lliu Hr-t .ai;.a ef iIi.im , ttltltoiii
jtrit ' ileitis clllier tuiu'u ;i or t,'rl.lni,-.
AiMi'tvyioit tlr 'ti yt .utiuii nloih urn th
' runiiin ef it r.hililoou.is in hu,poilevy,
I r.l!,t t'e f.'rolii'a.ii: nm ellnclu lly ttuidsd
'r v a few ili'-e id the. fiiiri liinit I'IMt
''Uju tri-iirji( l t i 1.4411, U.ribtQ, FrtfiCb
l i it1 I' l t.l t
I'r.p r ISrlliil. t 'Co. l Lflnlt Mt.
.. tty v r-iiJ.y.nn ii..
INHI'ltAfsOK.
1 N S U Jl A N 0 li !
I'.Sl'A III.ISIIUII ISA'S.
AKFOHl), M01UUS A UANDKK,
iii iiei'iii
INSL'KAiSX'K A(JKNT.S
', II illiltt l.etl'e,
rl M S. .to.'.AI. 1IINK IIh'iI.IUNII
OA 1 110, ILLS.
'he oldest e-labllshi il Agency In .Southern
Illinois, lc prcvnlllig liter
SII.VIIIIII (Hill 1)1) !
I' the ln"t
llMlftillco Cipltul ill
thu
lilted Slide
Flit 14 AND .MAKIXU
I.IIS.H All.ltI.STI.IIN.
3J PUBLIC
AMI
I'. S, COM .MISS I UN K1LS.
Particular attention gttcn to tallnjj dep.
o-iuoii-, io nu luMi lit old. in c in nil the
conn, in me oiinlrj .
r.iuiuiiiiii i n.i.ul" lur s .ie to ami irom
th ii.tils ol l.uroi't'.
F1HE AlN'D.MAUliNE
i.NSUB MCE
ll f .t .s.
MAUA11A, . 1.,
d,lJ"i,l',
..i,u.v,i-.i ;
..7it WW lJ
wait sanUi . I.,
IUMII nu, A, X ,
IIKI U.lLtO, N. V.,
tl.M.
As.ei'.,
,7M,Vl6 00
Compnsliia- the tlua.r writers' Aftfnoj.
YONKKkr, N. Y.,
As .ft .t7S tM
AI.IIJl.NT CITT,
A mill. 4AJ.IH
rliiKiiK.N'c rtlNtJ, it, r.,
As.f l.. m
rKCUUITY, M. v. MAitias,
Issel. ,. . 1,432,1.1(1
H ot"", Dwelling-, Knrnltiirs, Hulls snd Car
y mstirt.t at ratf. a. fss nr.hl. as .uu I, ptt
tn .ntil .ecurltt will a-rr.nl.
I ri t- tiuoy .k of i. elln.r.s-il C.
O atroftti.tr iAlrnriii:s
. . 11 'It II K.N
TKUTONIA I. IFH INHl'llA Nt'K
ooivripjfvir v.
OK CHICAOO. ILLINOIS
(.'kxt'x .Uvvtrr.. 17'.' Wa-himito.v Ht
A.CTIV7. SS5O.O0O.
Till. Herman Life lli-uranee l oinpany
irtiarnnteo not only l'ld-tii Fohrles Inn
i'-o .i Value In Ca-h on the Non-forfeiture
plan
Kill N A. Hl'OK, - - - ('resident
0. KNOIIKLSDOI1K . - Hcrri-tary
.WHIN W. Fltl'K"".
fclfs-nt for (.'.uro and lclnlty.
iusMAiurnr.N'1).
K(TlnN NO. 47.
,.neiHilon for iiriunotlni-' Life lnuranco
tnd Sick K!lef br eelly due- niul mutual
.o-oierttloM In nhlect.nf publle lietietil.
'I'hi: l.lle In-iirnirti I'ollele. lll he l- jed
hy the Tctttnnl t Life lniirneo ('ointi'in
II. SWA F.KH. Frcldeiil.
.IOII. V W. FKCK.Sa, Ao'T
rit.en,.r,.Mt,l v..r.lf.
a4!,tinN,
Til l
LITTLE KENTi;CKIX
SALOO N
A Nil
(Oiien Hay and .N'.-ii'.)
J. H. I'AIIKS, I'ropncior,
Uhio Levee, bet, llh and Uth 'tri et-.
CA1F.O, ILLS.
.MLALS AT ALL 1KU ll-.
A due new Dlnlm; Hill with e vt ry on
. euleliee ha- hecu niliteil to till- popular
le.tituratit. -mil the jrue-t uill tin 1 cttry
e'luite lor their uccoinod.tti jii.
Tin: HILL (IF 1 AUK
insist ol oter) siibstnntiul and dilicai ' ot
ne .e.-i-on.
TH33EAR
IS kUppllCtt UitlltllC
HOICEST LUlUOKSiWlNKS & CIGARS
1TMixcd drliil; proparcit with care.
11-10 !.
EXTKRl'HI.SK .SA VINUS
' A JvT K .
ine'i'i.ii I . -o'i 1 1 i -t w
iiriicr op
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CA1UO
OKKICKIlrt :
A. II. HAKFOlil). Frusiilent;
S. h. TAYLOIt, Vlcc-l'rerldeliti
II. HYI.OF, .Secretitry and Treaaurcf
I'. !i. IIAU0I.AV,
I', II, tu. art iTit,
ll 11. IH'LIS'tlltlS.
(hiss. Oiiiuwsb,
I'.iL U. rJcucu,
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