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For Salt at Wholesale or Retail.
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found' to be those
Vlioni evci cotnpultory law would
rot affectum! wbo ivould llntl ways and
means to avadu It If over passed, and In
h!c!i ovsnt It will ptore ono of two
thing s dcid loltor, or nu oxpenslvo
and despotic law.
TH 12 ODD-FELLOWS.
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ioUN H. OBKKLY. Editor and Publisher
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THI DOLLAR WEEKLY liULLETLN
John H. Oberly hu reduced the ubacrlp
tlon prlcf of the Wkkkly Camo Bulletih
t Ono Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest paper published lu Southern IlUnol
tstdiotr Binttrr on cvrry prtso.
The town of Calvert, Texas, it suffering,
In proportion to It population, nn epi
derate of yellow foror as great si that at
Shreveport, and cbarilablo contributions
are Headed as imperatively thoro as in
Shreveport or Momphis.
Till presidential mansion at Walilng
ton it undergoing oztontlvo nnd costly re
pairs which will not bo computed till De
cember. Embossed paper from Kuropo Is
beinj Imported for tho East room and all
the improvemonti aro on a corresponding
A "congrott for tho association for tho
advancement of women" has had it meet
ing in Now York city. Jinny
of tho old-tltno women suffrai;is.ts wore
present, and somo new ones. Thcso wo
.aen are pertistont at all evonts, ai.d if
they don't cast a ballot beforo they die, It
will not be becauto thoy tbowed any dis
position not to try.
The Memphis 'Kvening Lcdgor' of
'Wednesday gives the following in regard
to tho prevailing epidemic from which it
will be seen that tliorc it really no im
provement in tho condition of that nllicted
Our report to-day speaks for itself
forty-four death in twenty-four hour,
thirty-five ol those from yollow fever.
This is no improvement. Tho disease is
so thoroughly impregnated in tho air
which wo all l-roatho thnt nothing but u
killing black froit followed by continued
froitv w-Bther. will abate tho epidemic
Our tabular rcpert of to-day sliowt 820
deaths from yellow lover, oosiuos ooi item
other causes inostly, no doubt, yellow fo-
vor. We can safely say ttjat luou nave
died or tho yellow fever wiinin ono mnnm.
A good many new cases are reported to
day, but old esses seoin to be under better
Tub history of tho killing of It. M.
Jtlchards, proprietor of tho variolic thea
tre in Nashville, and the circumstance
which lod to it, as related by tho Nashville
Union and American', do' not entitle
the perpe rator to th" sympathy u.uilly
foil for the ac'.or in tuch cs.il.. Whon n
brother or a father shoots the
destroyer of the innocence of
a young and tnexporioncud girl,
too many instances have oc:urrcd to
provo that tho sympathies of tho public,
uot toned in unison with tticlaw, aro with
tba self-constituted avoneors. Hut for
the killing of Hlchardt the usual provoca
tion cannot bo urgod. Richards was a
man of thirty-seven year of Bgc,
ASSEMBLING OK TIIK OUAND
l.OUGH AT SPHLN'fi.
AIiniti:S3 01' WELCOME HY (lOV,
Tho Oram! Lodge of Odd-Fellows o! the
stato of Illinois .met nt Sprlngtluld on the
1 lib imt.
On arriving at tho hall of tho house of
representatives, whom nearly or quite tlx
hundred dologntcs wcro assembled, Gov.
Beverldge dellvoiod the following
AUliREsS 01" WK1.COM E.
(Jrnivd -W-Mtvr and tho Members of tho
fir. ml Lodlrtl of Ihn 1 (I (I V lit
utato of Illinois. Ok.sti.rmilv lou
come lioro ii tho representatives of your
order from nil parts or tho statu, it tu
comes my pleasant duty and my honored
privilege to wolcomo you to tho capital
city, and in tho name ol tho executive of
tho great state of Illinois I do hourtily
welcomo this honorable body of good and
truo men to tho cheerful home, generous
hospitalities, and warm hearts of the poo
plo of Sprlngtleld.
Your mission Is ono of friendship, love,
and truth. You seek no honors; you ntk
no emoluments; you labor lor no place or
naraon. Political nrofeiment has no en
ticements; tho coronet of gold and dia
monds has no temptation, i ou man a
not upon the mountains whoro tho pino
and oak do grow; you walk
down in tho valley where tho
violet and primroso do bloom,
and walking there among tho mcuk and
lowly, amoiig tho bereaved and stricken
onos'of earth; umong the down-cast and
down-trodden, nmrns hloelln? hearts and
blighted hopes; among tho suliurings and
woes, tho disappointment, and desolations
of humanity, vou show tho rich blessings
ofvour order with a lavish hand. It Is
yours to promote and fostor fraternal fool
ing; It IS yours 10 oacourngo luiupernme
and virtue, tolnculcatn und practico char-
ily; It Is jouri to rd ovo tr.o suuoring;
to visit tbn sick, to help tho neoJy, and to
tenderly care for God's precious ones, tho
widow and too orphan.
Somo censure your ornor bocauso or Its
socrocy. rno louge is sccroi. uiu you
plot against your country, againsi virtue,
OL'uinst morals, against relii;lon, your or
der should be censured by all good men.
How vou work into and out of tho minor
tomple, whut you do within, we know not,
but this wo all knew, wo knowyour fruits,
and by your fruts yo shall bo Judged.
Your hearts and hands evur respond to tba
cry of (Utfering anl tho wall of sorrow;
your cars ovor open to mo prayer oi ino
widowed mother; jour heart is ever touch
ed by tho wall of orphaned infancy ; your
ministrations ot lovo aro ovor ready for
tho atllicted, and lastly tho neighboring
city or Momphis,8courgeu witn tiioaeaiay
fitvor. In whusestreots the pestilence wnlk-
elh at noonday, In whoso home death
stalkt like n spirit ordettructlon, tho heart
of whoso puoplo is pierced with unutora
hlo anguish, is tho reclpiont ol your bluis
lng. Acaln I wolcomo you to tho city or
.Springflold. I not only wolcomo you, but
I chetr you on in your mission oi ciisruy.
I bid you God spoed In your labor or
May your deliberations bo -.narked with
wisdom, harmony, and good will ono to
ward another. .May you doviso liberal
thhiL's for tho promotion of your ordir
and for the cultivation of all grases and
virtues ol humanity; May you go homo
ploased with our city, and strengthened
with tho purposoof cxtondingand porpet
oatine the benevolence of tho Indepen
dent Ordor of Odd-Follows.
I thank you for your kind nttontlon, and
bid you a kind ndieu at tho vestibule of
youriacrcd vostibulo. Oo In ; go in, und
bo baptised in spirit. Como out ; enmo
out, full of power to do, to labor, nnd to
i un liKsroKsr..
Atthn ennlusion. Grnnd Master Ilrnst
ro.nnmlf.il in atiLtinir address, after which
the hall was cleared of hpcotstors, and the
Dliby'.cogtt 1 (.Stokwjltald Flsk a a
blackma'ilor and )ofe'r, and that (he,
Blokes) carried n pistol ar.d, would (hoot
him. Stokes teemed full of Indignation
at this testimony, and wn about to rise in
his placo In court, apparently to contia-
diet tho witness, but his mother restrained
him. Ex-Assi.tat.t District Attorney
Fellows was niked by the prosecution to
state tho conversation that took place
on account of homicide between hlmtelf
and John McKcon, and their client,
Stokes. Tho prisoner's couniol ohjoctcd,
and the objection wat sustained by the
court. Tho witnesses for the proiccutlon
laid the foundation by proving that the
indiclmont had been found against Stokes
provlout to that conversation. Tito fourl
then took a recess.
Aftor the recess D.-puly Coroi.tr Marsh
was put on the stand. WltnuM testified
to making n post mortem e.xstnlnatlon on
th lato .las. FUk ('remain ptit tho wit
ness through a rigid cross esamlnation
with a view of eliciting from him that
Flsk died from the cl ot taking too
much morphine, nnd bolng- prob'id too
much nd ivrnjkllfuliv. and uot frcm a pis
t.ii nu n?WiM tmtfKo r y on tM polni
was much the same n glvrn o'l the llrit
trial. Col. Follows vvoro th. tho cloak
of Flak's was In tho smiu coiidlllon as
whon it rtnio into tho dirtiict attorney's
office. Tim pro.'ccution hiivo rested the
case, reserving tho rlht to call further
witnesses to-morrow. Mt. Don l'assos
then commenced tho open ng address for
tho defense, but being takei suddenly ill,
the court adjournoJ.
THE TWKEIl T..1.W..
The Stokes trial, In which no ne.v testi
inony was elicited, was interrupted to-day
by tho district attorney, who mnvod that
tho tlmo be fixed for tho trial of Win. M.
Tweed and others, under what are known
as ring Indictments. Tweed's caso was
sot down for trial immediately on tho
tjrmlnatlon of tho Stokes' case.
In a gamo of base-ball played to-day,
tho Hoston's mado 25, the Atlantic's 4.
in the woman's CONOIttSI,
to-day, papers were rend on molhorhood
bv Mrs. I.uclnda G. Chandler; on the
aiu-lnl n.n.iri of tho re-admission of
woman into tho modical profession, by Dr.
Mary Futman Jocabi, and on tho educa
tion of woman, by llelon L. D. l'oltor.
Slntemont Is made to-day that Joo Ccu
burn will decline all challenges to fight.
Ho is detormined after hi match with
Mnco, not to enter tho ring as principal or
second, and that betides during tho past
year ho has suffered from fever und ague.
Tho rnca horse "Lookout," for which
six thousand dollars has beon rorused,dled
K. W.and .1. 1. Corroors, brokors, went
into bankruptcy lo-duy. Liabilities $100,
and tho woman in tho cuo but llttlo short
of thirty, a widow, and tho mother of u I lodge proccodod to businos,
child four yoars of uge. Her fi lends
can urgo in extenuation of her
fault neithor youth nor Ignornuco,
a reflection which may not help
to lease the future medita
tion of the too hot hcadul brother
wbo put an end to I'.ichard's life.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, October 1".
Tho Tribune has tho following regard
ing tho Northern Pacific railroad : Gen
oral manager C. W. MoBd, of tho Union
Faciilc ruilroad, was in tho city yesterday,
und in the course of converiution statod
that it is proposed by tho management to
operate tho road as far as James'.own this
winter, certainly as tho road is sipplied
with snow fonccs, etc., to that point. II
tho winter Is not u sevoro ono trains will
bo run to Bismarck, but ir it is sovcro the)
will bo discontinued. Jamestown is about
100 miles west of Fargo. Work
on tho road Is to boln and prosecuted in
tho spring. Gen. Cuss has appointed the
following gentlemen ns commissioners to
exiimluo and report on tho condition ol
tho road: A. U. Hands, of Cincinnati;
Gov. W. Steele, of l'olnesvillc, Ohio, and
Gen. W. Ijudue, of Hastings. These gen
tlemen start this afternoon, with Mr
Mead, in a special car, and will go over
rilOM b'f LOUId
Lomion. October 17. Sixteen thous
and live hundred pounds withdrawn from
the llank of England to-day for hlpmonl
London, October 17 Arlonnlko castle,
formerly ilio residence of tho Duke of Ab
orcorn has beon burned. Many works of
art including numerous sketches by Land
Mackip, Ootobtr 17 Genornl Jovellar
tho nowly appointed Captain General of
Cuba, loftSantandor for llavanna yester
day. Tho government sijuudron romalns
London, October 17 -f p.m. Iliilllen
withdrawn from tho llank of England fi r
balanco to-day was 105,000 pounds, with
drawn from tho bank yesterday forshlp
menls to Amoricn. Kates for money ut
stock exchange on government securities,
1 per cent. It l generally bolelvcd the
rates discount tho Hank of England,
to bo i.dvancrd nn or beforo Thursday
Col.UMIll's, October 17. The election
returns as yet aro of a very unsatisfactory
chnracter, and it 1 Impossible to stato def-
initly who will bo tho next governor
Tho Democratic stato committee from
their returns received from 82 counties,
official 1 1, and gucses as to othor coun
ties, pow claim Allen elected by 800 ma-
ority. There- is considerable doubt as to
tho balanco of thn state ticket, but the
chairman of tba Democratic committee Is
of the opinion that lh Domocrats have
alio elected the stato ticket, with tbo ex
ception of White for sipremo Judge, and
Wilson for comptroller, Thoy also claim
1C majority on joint bulot in tho General
assembly, llcpublicnra do not give up
the ship as yot, and clatn that nothing but
the full official return can definitely de
cide tho question as to ffbo is elected. The
Domocrats hold n
JoLLlriCAIlO? WELTI NO
to-morrow night, and it which Alien and
others will speak.
MVEAKS TO IT.
Washington, Octoscr 19. Ex-l'rcil-dent
Johnson has rnnda affidavit to his
claim for 7U,000 again.', the First Nation,
Tho average condilbn of the cotton
crop has fallen oil' from 89 to 78$ per
cent, since the first week in September
Tho October status of crtpt it materially
reduced. Tho season must bo of average
length und correspondingly favorable for
picking tu insure tho crop enial to that of
last year. The state averages aro ut fol
lows: Virginia, 90; North Carolina, 88;
South Curollnn, 00; OeorKl, 8--' , Florl
da. 70: Alabama. 78 Mississippi, 76
Louisiana, CO; Texas, 80; Arkansas, e:i
Tennessee, 90; Missouri, 90.
Outstanding legul tenders J3G0,2CU,468
FROM LITTi.'F HOCK.
Litilk Kock, tctoher 17. A tto
prcs association was permanently organ
ized In this city last night, and J'H'ti
Smlthoe, of Iho ' Gazette,' was elected
president for tho ensuing year.
SHOT AND KILLED.
Ono negro shot and killed nnothcr be
low tho city to day. Cnuso, Jealousy.
The stato fair closed to-dny, with a fair
Weather very warm all day, with slight
rain. Thermometer 78.
Ulll TAL ML'llDKIl.
Iowa City, October 17. Mrs. Vogal,
a Gorman lady living two miles from this
city, was found yesterday near homo dead
Sho is supposed to havo boon murdered
us her bremt bono nnd all of her ribs bo
log crushod. Fmger-nriiks on It-ranns
Indicated she had been held I nvu and life
crushed out cf her with tho knee of tl o
assassin. Her husband I sinpi cled of tho
FBoUl JTlIlCA. N. V.
Itiiii'a, N. Y., October 17. Tho i-oron
r's jury in tho caso of M. D. Lcggltt, u
student at tho Cornell university, who
wus killed whilo being initiated into the
college secret society, returned n verdict
of accidental death.
Philadelphia; October 17 The wages
of tho employes in the Cumben, N.J.(
woolen mills has beon roducod temporarily
20 por cont. In consequunco of tho mone
In a gamo of base-ball played to-day,
tho Halttinoro's mado 17, and the Atlant-
In tbo constitutional convention to-day
ax-senator Buckalew, referring to the
course of senator Morion, of Indiana, up
on tho proposod amendments in tho mail'
ner of selecting presidotial electors, said
that senator Morton deserved tho thanks
of tho nation for bis course in that ro
gard. Tho convention will hold a speciu
session Monday i-vcnii.g next, to consider
tho tubjoct ot tho proposod amondment
to bo rocommonded by senator Morton,
Tax Hon. Newton iialciuon,aupcrlntcn'
dent of public schools In Illinois, It a vory
good man for lb" place, but apt to run to
extremes on somo subject'. Compulsory
education is on of Mr. Ilatcman's hob
bles. He stys :
"There aro teachers, school-houses and
'other necessary accessaries aud
'faciUUa sutQcion'. to accommo-
'date all the school children
'of tho state; or if iq any caso there
1 i or tbould be a lack of any of theto, the
power conferred by luw are amplo to
'enable directors to supply tho deficiency,
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin
i r w w a- m r- w w w v i
FROM NEW YORK.
Ntw Yoiik, Ojtober 17. At tho last
evening of tho Woman's congress, Mr,
Sarah J. Spencer road nn address on the
education or tho soxes, which subject bad
bouo previously tmatrd by Mrs. Stanton
Sho arguod that tho sex of tho soul was as
indlrtructiblo as the soul itself. Ituv. Cc
lia Burleigh read u paper on tho relation
of woman to her drees, holding that the
proscnt style of woman's dress Is ugly, un
and provide for tho entile school going I natural und immodest, and unless woman
' population in their several dittrlott. The can bo emancipated from its tyrauny, even
' machinery of the system it complete in the ballot cin do but little for her
'all It parts; the needful revonucs aro I the claims
'fully provided for; tho school officers I of Women Teachers wn the subject of an
'are all at their, Mspectivo postt ; twelve ettay prepared by Harriet llcecher Stone
' thousand tcbool boutes, built, furnl.bod nd Culhcri.to llehrcr. Mis. Charlotte
'and equipped, ttand with open doors, in- Wilbern brought the session to it cloto by
'Tiling all to come; and twentr-ono thou- n " Invaluable Homo, in
land teachers aro al their desks, ready to which she eloquently opposed tho custom
receive and Instruct the entiro hott of of families living in boarding houses, ho-
' eight hundred and eighty-two thousand tu'i 0,Ci
'achool children in tho itato. helot an av- 'KK association.
'eraga of only forty-two pupils to each At tho final session of tho Free Kellgl
'teacher. Contemplating these facts, ve oui Association last night, John
may trulj say : "Heboid, all thlnes are Weiss read a paper on tho work
' ready." But Iho grave question recurs
.' If those wbo have the custody and guard
'ianthlp of children reiuto and neglost to
avail thamtelvet of theso munificent pro
i Tltioas if they do not, will not, send
' loam to tbo public schools, or otherwise
i causa tbem to be educated, what shall bo
doue? 1 amwer, let such parents and
guardian ba rtquircd by lam to discharge
According t this testimony of Mr,
Bat maa, tba paordo of Illinois havo run
Iftoantly provided for Iho education of
the youth of the stato; It would
an, that to a ptoplo who havo thus un.
"nalstakablT horn their partiality for pop-
dono in tho recent confcrcnco
of deli gates from tho Evangelical All!
unco. Aaron A. l'owoll was successively
hissed aid applauded lor Baying that from
the day John lirown wat murdered in
Virginia, ho never full more sadde'nei
than on the day the .Modoc Indium were
hanged, Mrs. Slary F. Davit delivered
brief address, deplorlut; the ahienco o
women speakers at tho recent Kvangeli
cat Alliance Tho concluding speech o
tho convention wat delivered by the chair
man, Ituv. Mr, Frothiiigbam,
Andrew Parker, bead clerk at tho Man
:hetbr house, testified in tho trial of
llllsll CJTHOI.1C IIESIIVOI.EST UNION.
St. Louih, Octobur 17. Tho Irish Cath
llc Uenevolont Union met again till
moriiing,and took up as a special ordor of
business the report of tho commlttco on
constiluiomtl amondmunts. After a brief
dib'Jiklon It was announced that Henry J
Spaunhurst und l'.iv. A. Schiminger,
president und secretary of tho Gorman
Catholic Central association, were prrsenl
and both took seats on tho platform, xnd
mado brief speeches congratulating their
Irish citizens upon tho cood work in
which they aro engaged.
In June last, when the town or Ham
llton. Missouri, was noarly destroyed by
tire, a man named Capin was arrested for
arson and setting tiro to his own store,
causing thereby a disastrous conihgra
lion, was tried jestcrday. Thi mornin
tho jury returned a verdict of guilty.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
KLEUTBU 11 Y 5,000 MA.1UIIITY.
Liter returns indicato McKinlttry, In
dependont candidate tor supreme judge,
elocted by about 6,000 msjority and will
not bo umturiully changed by the return
yot to come. Much interesl is manifested
A great running racu comes oil' to-morrow
ut Oakland park. Four mils he ts
for it purse of 15,000. Tho horses entered
aro Irene Harding, Joo Daniels, Kate
Gift, Target, llonlta, Nellie, Gcorgo, Hal
lot Hex, Hurdwood.
. A DKMT.ll.VLO.
Tiioodoro Stevens at San Emigldio,
Milkern county, stabbed and severely
15 WOMAN A MOST, '
Successor to It. Blihy,)
AND UKAl.KItS IN
Cou.NTnv Phoduckok ah. Kinds,
Wnalilni tost Avsisip,
llstwctn Klghth and Ninth Srcctx,
IIaltiL' pitrchacd Hie onllro stock of II.
lllxby nnd added to It very materially, we
uk a bnre ot public patronage.
Wu will keep on hand nothing hut tho best
good, uud a- 1 1 1 e 1 1 nt a clo.e margin.
uoou eiiM rcii in any pari oi ui enj
flee ol charge. 1""
ummi commission mkuchant
And dealer In
Lime, Ckmknt. Fi.ai'tkm, Haib. Ktc.
ISu Olilo l.vsrr.
tTl will roll In carload lot ut m.tiniiac
tttri-rV prices, adding Iridghl. 4-'MI
Onin I.BVav (Usan. Ill
Vicksiiuiki. Oct. 17. I).wn. Iloiiry
Amis, I! K Leo. Up, llullu Lee, cloudy
Cincinnati, Oct. 17. ltivcr stall' na-y
with 4 feet In tho channel. o nrrival
Mkw OnuiAss, Oct 17 Arrived, .Ino.
F. Toll, fr't. Louis. No departures and
clear and warm.
Nashville, October 17. Kiver de
clining; tileven inches on shoals. Weather
hazy und warm.
LuuihVlt.LK, October 17. I'.lver sta
tionary, with "6 inches in the canal, l!l
lnchoon 1'ortlaiid bar, 2Z inches reporii-il
nn French I'lano oiliier not aim
cloudy. Arrivals: 1'nt Hogcrs, Cincin
nati; 11 -so lllle, llvlKltTsuii. Dtipuri
nrc : l'at Hogcty, Cincinnati; ltosi
Hi to, Henderson.
Mkmi'HIM, Octohor 17. Klver declln
inir. Weather sultry with prospect of
rain Arrivals: John A Scudder, City of
Choster, Susiu Sliver, from St. Louis;
Crescent City and Exporter from Nw
Orleans. Departed: tJity or Chester, Ex
porter and Crescent City, ror St. Louis,
Misio Silver, Now Orleans', liutiness on
tbo loveo improving.
U. J. C'L'NDll'F,
(.! H N II A I. I' 11 O i V CK
A N D
No. 17 Kiiiiitii Sr.,
OA 1 110, ILLINOIS.
CWFEY, I1AKUISON & CO..
(J-ucccssori to D. Hurd .t Sou.)
Kl.OUlt SJItAIN AMI HAT.
No ii:i Ohio Lnvmi, CA I UO, I LLS.
REST .ACriR, A-lsT T
(Open Day and Night.)
J. H. FAKKS, Propriolor,
ohm l.teo, bet, 4th andCth street,
, OA IHO, ILLS.
JIIIALS AT ALL HOL'ltd.
A nno nuw Din nir Hall with every con-
el leiiee ha been added to this popular
(esuuiaut, and the gilesla will tluU every
TU.Mle ior tniiraceomoiiaiion.
Tilt; DILL OFKAIIK
onhUtsnl ery substantial and delicacy ol
li. F. BLAKE,
Uoston, October 17. James M. Lowoll
ha been arrested in Lawrence, Mass., on
suspicion of murdering his wife at Lewis.
ton, Mo, at or noar which city a skeleton in November,
of a woman was recently found. Mr.
Liwoll mytloriously disappeurul threo
Dr. F. II. liarges, tho Ilrazillian consul
at this port committed suicide this after
noon by shouting himself with n pistol,
Catito supposed to havo been financial
wounded Fred. Stillmun, killed Catpu
Slillmaii, nnd bovorely wounded McDon
ald Stillmun, a mill engineer. The des
perado ran, was caught, mado desperate
resistance and was finally killed
UNlTXli STATES COUHT.
Louisville, October 17. The widow
or 8iulrTuylor,ono or 3 negroes hung b
a mob at Jetforsnnvillo, Indiana, two
yca'B ago, has commenced suit aguiml
Matthew Clogg and John Stowart, Clark
county, Indiana, alleged principals in tho
murdor of her husband, The suit came
off In tho Unltod States court yesterday
at Indlanspolit. This evening thoy con
fessed having taken part in the hanging
of threo negroes, to tholr uttornoy.
FROM MEM L'lllS.
Meui-HIH, October 17. Noon Mortu
ary report; 31 cases yellow lever; 7
from othor cnusos. Total 38. An In
crease of ,15 yollow fovor cases since noon
yesterday. Tha condition of tho dlsoaso
ft vory favorable. Mayor Johnson It re
ported better. Mr. M. J. Wright cf tho
Register ' i worso. 1'roiposti of a storm
thi afternoon, t .
Naw Yoiik, October 17. Money irreg
ular. Loans ranged from to Upur cent.,
Hiid finally ulo.t-d al 7 per emit. Gold
Urmer and lets active, uud rauud from
7 td 8; opening al former mid closing
nt thu iHlter. Clcarinira -17,000,1100. As
sistant treasurer disbursed 131!, uJ0. Gov
ernments acilvu hut maiket irregular.
alalo bonds moro active al improved
prices. Stocks irrouulur und with fre
quent chungis till close.
St. Louis, October 17. Hemp dull
only choice saleable.
Flour dull nnd weak.
Wheat; spring fnir in demand uud
higher; No.'i 1)1 10(,1 IV; rail llrimir, No
3 red si 31l 3i; No. 2 f 1 'j6(h)1
Corn; mixed tlull anu lower; o, -l l Aoy
l'Jc; regular 3o car lots 4 !...
Oats Ilrmot; .u, . .1 15c.
llarle: No. 2 and hlishsr qilalitlts
scarce and firm; No. 'J f 1 30(2 1 3!; choice
fl 40(2)1 ou.
Uyo aluady und firm; No. '1 70c
I ork quiet und uncharged.
Dry salt meal dull and unchanged.
Bacon quiet; time sales cUar rib ut 8
9jc; clear 8Jg,0c.
l.uru uuil ana uncnunc.01.
Whiskey lower 'ilSia.
New Ok!.kansi. October 1". Flour-
stock small; XXX $7 50P)8 20; lamily
t 76'J 7&.
Uot ii quiet ut buo.
wis uuil ai uuc.
Dry salt shoulders firm at 'Je.
Whisky llrm; Louisiana 00c; Cincin
nati $1 0:i.
Cine oo. October 17. Flour demand
firm and market flrm; good to choice ox
ira spring 15 Cnfja CO
Wheat demand active anu prices un
valued ; No I! spring ?1 Q-Ucueh; fl 03J
-eller in Octob r; No 1 dull at 1 Ote
I 08J ; No 3 llrm ut SI.
Corn demand uctivo and priecs ad-
vai.cod; No 2 mixed 37o cash; liSJc seller
Oats demud ralr and prices advanced;
No 2 31'jc casli ; 3ic seller in Novemb- r.
Ryn -deman rlr and market firm ; No
Ilarley demand lair unu marKeiurm,
HH sprlnc tl.
Fork quiet nnd weak and a shade lowor;
I3S round lots cash I2l:je to sellur in
Lard steady at 7JQAi Jo cash; ibOiJQ to
seller in December.
Hulk meut qulot and unchanged.
Hacon quiet and unchanged.
(successor to II. T. (JerouM.i
STEAM AND GAS F.TTING
And Denier In
Gah anp Steam I'ipi: Fittings.
Sil.tlltr. AMI A.Mil.K Vil.VIX,
I.KAD l'H'i: AND l'U.Ml'i.
PKS I) ANTS,
T7TI)rlve weIN put down In any part ol
the city or surrouniiing couiurv.
182 COM. ME HOI A L AVENUE,
sittsiv in !.
is supplied with the
IIOICKST LIQUUIIS.WINES &CI0AIIS
r3T.Mixcd drinks prepared with care.
Iteilllier snd Wholesale Dealer In
i'iiiii:ii:.v ami homes iu
LI QUO US AND WIKJSS
NO. C'J OHIO LEV KSt,
'j.', tf CVIHO ILLINOIS
JOl'LIN St WKBII,
! () M M I 8 8 I ON MR It C HANTS
COUNTRY I'RODUCK, GRAIN,
t'loui, n.sl, llnrnn Etc.
No. 0 IIowAitn's JJow,
ii a mi a
THE CITY NATIONAL
'B a. c: i-z.
tS"Llberal advances on roniglinmenta
Parties ul.liiriv to keep po-ted with our
iiiirkct will pleu.c rend address.
ItK'KltKM KS Hanks ami business men
ol Memphis. Ten e..ee.
R. SM YTH & CO.,
WUOLKHALK OKOOKRB, j
Cor. Commercial Ar. and 1Mb St.
OA I IMI. I t. L. I ts I a .
Alto, kp eossUBllr un band a roost em
pint .lock or
acuTcn avd mieu wiiibkibb
Port. Maderia,Hh-r.yand CatawlaWino
il a I tt,
W. H. lUl.l.IDAT, Prsldentt
1IRNHT L. UALLllUT, Viu-l'i.laBi
A. U.HAFFUKU, Ciur.ir;
WALTfih UYiLOl. Atiltaaihler-
m. atm Tif lor. Ulnar II. OuaaauAt
Ilsiiar L. lUmr, W. V. IIitiT,
Osri. D. Wiiuaksob, Biiriisa Hiau
A. H. NirrouD.
Kirhr.ni;e, S'oln nod United Minim
ilutid lluncht and ssoio.
UBPOHITH riwelTad, aud
a iiineral backing
Oa KlRblh Htret, betweon Commercial ami Wash
DKIon Avsiuca, is uaur racaiTiuf
NKW MILLINKRY HOODS
LATKfT HI'KINO AND SU1IM KU aTTLUS
Hesmoa a lull line of
B01T1TBT3 &c HAT3
ITrimined aod UBtruncned.J
sltNCa FLOWKHW. HlBUO.Nr), TH1MUINUH
of all kinds, Lacas, etc., fie.
Sirs. Mc(le has aluo a lano Msorlmant o
FD07 Artlclea, nuoh as ,.
Nr.OK TLX. O'M.l.AHH, USUHNh-'i" "i
UUKKM. MAMlira. rAI.f .
And all other article" usually found In a
FIRST NATIONAL BANK msT.0LAHa MILMNBBY stork
It. W. MiLLr.it, rn sidont.
.1. M. I'm l.ll'S. Vlco-l'rcsldcnt.
ClUH. CUNNINfillAM, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADB.
Yankton, Dakota Torritory, Octobsr
B. P. PAKKEH,
(Succcftor to Parker V Ulakc.)
PAINT3 AND OILS
tiid tbt oalelirated illumlaatla
.inoaH'LOILDINr OOP ilTH ST. A COM
ilxmo - ll.l.lNnia.
(.Successor to II. Tblclecke.)
Denier lu All Ulnrta
11KTWKKN TBNTII AND 1M.1VKNTU BTRKBTS
HnvlnB purchased the grocery establish
ment oflf. I'hleleeke, I ahull always keep
on hand a lull and fresh supply ot all the best
toodH lu ruy lino, to lie rounu in mo inarKoi.
t nn n .ri.llttntn r tiAf tltnrlt fit
KAI1AV All il Mlillnerv Ooods. has a Hno anil
Complete asortmcnt of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladloa' aud Mlssoa' Shoes and Chil
dren' Hoots. Hln.k and in colons, 'incse
reacknowleilged to be the finest and btst
verln tho market, and this Is the only
ouse the rltv thai makpN them a apelalt y
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION
A lrl vutnCoisiiNf lor to tne Married
or lboi about to Marry, on Ilia I'bjiiologlral mjf
itrf.t and rorelalluuiuf tho sexual jyilein, Willi Ilia
lattit dlicoTcrlrt In producing and prsrtallug oo
i'r'at preHerriiiK me runipiaxion, sc..
Tbli Ii an ' :raitln? work of two Mrad and
lilj pages, with nuuieroue ngraTlop.andcontalu'
'aluablo Information for those wbo ara rnarrledo.
contemplate marriage; still It Is a book tbat ought
to be under lock ani.r kt and not laid caraleulj
about tbe house.
Sral la ear 0B Orv MUrc) for flftv CeatJ ilrrt
Dr. Ur'.U' lliraiarr, ..' II N. IIbUl turn, BL LmU. Ua
iiiTi:i to tat ArrLi:TEn Aim mrroSTirtfATZ.
tZT U.rur. applr1 m to lb DowrloLi gu.ru wbe dr.rilis la
nubile kr or .rnc o; Qu.ek Itruodleo, rH Dr. Bulls
vork.no milMr kl rour dlico.i li or how d.oloroble Voor
ool.UoQ. Pa. Bom ota to eoaiulus. aoroooollr or by aioll.
on tbo dlito.ro m.otlooM In bll orho. OIBoo. Ko. IS aoria
notbui Sumi. Ulxta Uttko' tl Cboonut, at. ! 'o. Me.
anxoilANdK. com. bank notes and UBlted
Pi Htateaaoourltlea bouuht and sold.
uiormi AlluntHl oin I line lrioalta.
vrmrtarad Hareti SI, lidV.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIRO
A. B. 8AKKORD, Proiidenl;
u mivinli ll.d.lWuld.Ml.
U. UY8I.01", Bocretary and Tieaturer
P. II. IUamii, Can. OiLimaa,
K. 11. BtooaiLBta. I'iul Q, Bobcu.
R. U. t)eiuon, U. I, Uauidai,
J. M. PniLlirs.
Uestaalta ol stay Amount MXwlvedfrsBB
Tab Crmlm DnasArda.
TNTKKRHT n.irt on danoalu at tha rata oi all
L peroent. per annum. March latand Baptarn- rared to forward all-kind
bar lai. Internal aot withdrawn la added Imma. V" I mc" t0 ttu points.
KITing mem ooinpounu iniri'm.
UARRiaD WOMEN ANU OBILDHH HAT
ma THAT HO OMB 1LSB OAN DBSW IT.
Oprin merr biialn.. day from a.m. to Sp-nt.,
d HMurday bt-.ok ior 8AVIS0 PErc&ITt
Omaha, October U.-Snow to a depth f
cf 8 inchei foil Tae omlng una Too tl; i,i:)C(,riut ?njnyetl In tho pan. but to ink
. ain tuttrnitM A w V 1 r I'
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commiasion
usln ei etttnded lopromptlTl
W. IIT8LOI', Treaeurer.
AUCTION SALE OF UN CLAIM Ell HAG
QAOE, , . ,
Will bn '"hi at auction at the Central
i..,.,. n Klvili atteot. Cairo. Ill innln. mi the
let (lav nf November, at 10 o'clock a.m., aj
wood RiTrKtjnousw & BBO
Go"cral . CommlMlon dicwbab