Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 25, 1884, Image 1
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE. PRECHANT PROHIBITION Giyes Birth to TriDlctsattlieNalioDa AcconclmicntalPitlsliDrg : , In Candidates for President and Vice and a Platfornii A Nnmber of Phy sioians and Midwives - wives Present at the Evontf k John , of Kansas , Marked with the Largest Bltio Eibboni Daniels of Maryland Unanimously Decided on as the Second , df Doctors Disagree Disagreeably on the Delivery of the Platform fill in A Strong Suspicion that Some Greonbackor is the Father , for id ibis ; A ir-trlccd Disposition to Question [ tlio Virtue uf the Democratic , nnd Republican Mothers and the Moral Qualities n of their I'rogony. : ho if THK PHOHI1HTIONISTS. hat TI1B NATIONAL CONVENTION AT in Pirranuua , Jnly 21. The prohibition con- or reiitiou , under thu rules adopted yesterday , met this morning at 9 o'clock , The dolegatex lillod the place assigned them and the galleries were crowded with spectators. A abort time past was occupied in the alnging of hynina. Prayer hut was oiforod by Rev , W. Lee , of New York , ihall aaking divine guidance in the platform to bo heso adopted and in the candidates to bo aelected , > bus and that the deliberations of the convention jf may redound to the glory of God and the hall The good of the country. Alter supplying oinlu- ho eions in nominations on the finance and ex tself ecutive co mmitteee , Mr. Freeman , of New era York atated that a prohibition convention 'on being held to-day iu Indianap iln , and pro was name posed ( to tend the following telegram : ome " "The national prohibition convention reation at 1'ittsburp , representing thirty-one atatoa and and territories , with 505 delegate * * , nay to Indian- irovea npolif , 'Atand linn , trust in d'od'n cause and m tioD. organize ' " an iudopondout party for prohibl- I ' lation That It was fiugcostod ai there would bo two ho conventions held to-day , in Indianopolis pro iquor hibition and tompcranco , the uiupatdi be eout lot to both , and it was so ordered , ii the A delegate from Illinois moved that M. ho Moore of Illinois be appointed an additional norala member 'at largo of iho national convention' nd and stated tnat that tha state would give uccess 40,000 votcn next fall for thu prohibition nil cauas. late [ At 10 o'clock n motion was made and car t.irty. ried to proceed to call of states for nomina AVhilo tions for candidates for the prealdoncy. When i n of tha state ot Catafornia was called , Mr. Jiab- dl code cano : to t > io stand to propp-iuj the name n the of U. H. McDonald. lr. ) IcDonald had llicore ( been ono of the foremoft advocates of temper out , ance iu tli9 wino-curno J the fj ate of Cali ro fornia , and while ho did not asek the nomina ices , tion , 1 If placed at the head of the ticknt ho ona was able ami would contribute liberally to a far ward the expense of the campaign. . uro George C. Christian , of Illinois , nominated : he Kx-Governor St. John , when the atate of That Ohio was called Mr. Gideon T. Stewart came lolic t * the platform andfcaid that the presentation aa the of Ilia nemo 0.1 a candidate by the delegation axatioa. Iroui Maine waa ngaioac his wish and against That his positive reijuodt. He had at all citnos ort of utatod he was not n candidate and would not stored be n competitor for the nomination. Mr , St. Vmericau John was with the prohibition party now and n view. for evermore 'till the death and burial of the That liquor crime and with that a auruuco ho sec. omoa omled the nomination of St. John. loration Wnou the state of I'onnaylvania was peculation called , Mr , Pierce came to the platform to put That in nomination Hon. James liiack , of Pennsyl nude , vania. Hespoko of him BH the author of the overnment first prohibition platform over usuad in the lobts uountiy ; aa author of the platform of the party einlor four yoartj afterwarda , and aa the probable That author of moat of the planku that would be in riven the platforitoday. . heir At this xtago of procoodinga Mr. ISahcock , vo of California , came to the platform and with n - drew the name of Dr. Me , Donald , and sec ho ended the name of St. John. Pierce and vhich Stewart were withdrawn. 'ovcrnmont Mica I'Vancoi K. Willard seconded and n tha nomination of St. John , tihe my psrim had tren him go out into the rom world unfriended and unguldi'd , making his yho may hia way to the west , croaking the big muddy ionacoufen with ' but ' n dollar in Ida pocket , getting to hat . while Plko'a 1'oak and across the Kocliioi. bho had Icmnnded aoen him when other inpn were niloep , study ion , and lllackatono and Coku. AVhon the war broke lortanco out ho did not waic to bo drafted , but volun iarod"to tarily bared hla breast to the enemy , annually She HAW him next clovatod to the position ated by nf governor of a great free state and idol of houuanda Ina party there. J In was tha pathfinder , the vblcuiillrij John C. Fremont of tbo uow campaign. A HUH , delegate from Kentucky and eno from Maine ency , seconded tlio noir ination of McDonald and mil W , F , Kiiti * of Malnu put in nomination .iroporty ( i id can I' . Stewart , of Ohio , Mr , Miner of ir ; Julia Massachusetts alee seconded the nomination ho chief of St. John , exprtttalng belief that ho would and loss receive the nomination of thu convention er endanger the lirtt ballot. on .ions St. John waa al-io seconded That by W. W. Hate leo of Maine , and by Mary Ilnirman , tower nnd prO'iilent of the Woman's Chriatiau , if intoxicating Tempjr- unco Union of Missouri , Columbia Finch of Nebraska moved the roll call bo which the suspended and .St. John bo nominated Ion.That clamation , by ac That Hon. JainfM Black , Pennsylvania nto the , cams to the fltand and withdraw hid nainu in ; tro3aly favor of St. John. ; uro and John Ktusoll , of Michigan , called fathnr of The platf the prohibition pirty , Hacondod St. John. ngiaon Uthora from . dllforont atatoa followed in the .lioir own sarao way. At 1:30 : thn convention adjourned of themselv until -It0 : : j > . m. with the Hf. JOHN I'NANIMOt.SLr , llsaolvwl At the afternoon scs- ion the cill of states ' 'lomo-protei was proceeded with and all the other . of the prohi cairll. datca disapi > earln , the nomination of St. John After was made unanimous. The WOH read win greeted with loud cheeru. announcement The ing the St. John wiw exhibited from the picture of the ipjoctioi stage amid great entlnulaiin , the delegate * and spectators uKsuring joining in thoclmnw to the campaign cordial nupj " ( ilory , ( ilorv. Hallelujah ! our Cauno tong ia Morching On. " Tbia wa followed by rouain ? The choerd. Then the " convention joined iu tlm act Ion. hymn "Pralno God from Whom _ * 11 ditctinsion. Jilouilnga Flow " , after which the Tlin bocond president inndo the formal NewJernBv announcement of the unanimous nomination of John IS. St. John and called for another und The A reusing clieor , which woa iionrtily reapontled to. of Illinoia. naiuu committee was appointed to send a tele * to St. John Durpoio of gram notifying him of the nomi few lines nation. The , tecretory stated that turn hail ) ed it an been taken by the foro'ock and Mr , St. John Massachusetts notified ; that n telegram would reivch him rt'solntionn tliis evening at Itocheater , N , Y. milleo and THK J'MTXOltM winch It HM then reiiorted by Mr. Black , of Pencsyl- the convention lania , Mfollowi : ! ) f Illinois First. The probtbitlon-hooie-iirotoctiao for any party erate judgment . , in national convnntion . . . . ftsjcombletl , ac .nowicdge Almighty God as the rightful sov. . crelgn of all men , from whom the just ixiwere of government are derived , tt ) whoso ! H B hu man enactments should conform , and that jteaco , prosperity and happiness only can come to the people ] when the laws of the national nnd state govcrumonta are in accord with the divine will. . . Second That the Importation , manufacture supply nnd sale of alcoholic beverages , created and maintained by the lawn of national nnd state government * , during the entire history of mch laws , la every where shown to bo promoting tha caiwc of intunpernnco. with resulting crime and pauperism , making largo demands upon pub lie nnd private charity , Imposing largo nud unjust taxation nnd publlo burdens for penal and sheltering Inntitulw upon thn thrift anil Industry of manufactures nnd commerce , hin derlng the publlo peace , desecrating of the sabbath , corrupting our politic * , legislation and administration of law * , shorten Ing lives , Impairing health nnd dim iuUhtng productive industry , cmi mg education lo i bo neglected nml dexpiseil nullifying the teachings of thfbible.churclinnd , school , the standards and guides of nurf.itberH and their children in the founding and growth under Cod of our widely extended country , nnd which , Imperiling the porpetmly our civil nud religious liberty , are tha ta'nftil f i ults by which wi > know th.it these laws are alike coutrary to Itod'i ) laws , nnd con- ( Lrnvcno ou h.ippliin s , nnd wi > call i follow citizens to aid iu the repeal o laws and In the legal suppression of this liquor trallic. ! The fnct thit during the twcnty-fo | which the republican party hns cnutr'ollet iho general government , nnd tlintof man thodo state * , no elFort has been m.ulo toe tlili policy Totritoriea Imvo been crcn From tJio national domain , nml governmen [ them catnbli.shod , and atatos from milted to < the union , In none of wine trallic been forbidden or the pee Lhesq territories or slates been perm irouiblt ; that there are now ovor20)COi ) ed il.erics , breweries I and wholesale retail dealers h'jitliug cerlllic.iteH inn and nm claiming the authority of tbo eminent for the. continuation buaincs sn destructive to the mora o a material welfare of the people ; together w fact that they have turned n deaf car reiiioiistrani and ) > etition for the correc m this abut nf civil government , ia cone the republican [ party ia insensible potent for thorodrca ] of these wrongs , am should no longer be entiustod with the | who reapousibilitioa of the government although this party in its ; national convention , was silent on the piostion , not so its candidates , .N the ilaino and Logan. Within n Mr. Blalno haa publicly rccoinmom ers the revenue derived from the liquor ba diatributod among the state senator Logan ; has by bill proposed to d revenues to the support of the sc virtually recommending a perpetual the trallic , nnd that the states nnd ci become partners in the liquor crime the fact that the democratic party has , hodelivcnuicesof the party policy , mr tn the aide of the drink makcra not by declaring against the policy of the pro not iction. of aucii ( trallic under the of "sumptuary laws , " \\hou in pov ixcd of tbe state * , refusing to permi of a board of inquiry to invest ie report upon the effects of this tra xirty that the democratic ; parly shank imid entrusted with power or place. LfiO there can bono _ greater peril to t of than the exiatiucr competition betwe .lon republic and democratic partita for cess vote. KxDoricnco shown that any i openly opposed to the trallic will en competition , will court tha favo The criminal classea , will barter nwny im shin , the purity ] of the ballot and o > ery > f object of good government for par 'und. ; and patr ots a"d good citizens shou : dtcs in thla practice sutlicient cause of in jattlu withdrawal from connection with I the . tay wo favor reforms in thn fidmimn to bo the government , and the abolition o Mr. sinecures , useless olliccs nnd useless ollice .ioncer election ! by tlm people of post o various , instead of appointment by the prat ifty we claim that competency nud sabr shares essential qualifications for holding civil and wo oppose the removal of micli for mere administrative olfensoF Dr. , ovco na it may i bo absolutely nesehsn-y ti mittee cffect'vonoss to the vital iftsuoa on w ] linnnco government ia entrusted to party iniiuce the collection of revenue Irom a ttiTO , liquors und tobaccj should bo abolinhet noncyof vices of men nro not n fit subject Itiitions- . ihould revenue should bo levied for thn r .taper the government , economically at'm silver , and when so levied the fostering o ignized labor should constanlly bo he . roll of the public land should bo held dency. for the people anJ not for gifts to c Mr. * , or to bo held in largo bodies nomination upon the needs of actual eottlon and , all money , coin nnd tiapor , shall Agreed issue and regulated by tin genera and shall be legal tender for nl night , of Iho government and shall bo lego , for nil debts , public and private At a grateful care nnd support fchoiild evening soldierrt and xallors. and Bailers mil lulin dependent widowa or orplmna and.tlm . I ) , ] ' , repudiate ai un-Auierican , cuntrnry to am ( .Illinium i-ubveralon of the principles o lespouding Declaration of Indepoiidenco fn Chicago our government i has grown to ho t Madison of fifty-live mllliona of peopi \vith.Mis3 recognized : Lower among nations , tha III. , nnd or peojilo shiill or may be oxcludet tute reeideiico ; or citizenship with alltho ? with desire the benefits which our inatili mitteo conferred upon lhooiprei'sed | of all natlo theco are Important reforms nnc for the purity of the odmlnietrn the welfare of the people , their it sinks into iiiHignliicanco when con Uu reform of the drink traflic , whic wastes SS,0,000COO , , of wealh , cr iata are toil and thrift and drags ( low pursued of familioa from comfort to povort ; jalln , p.inleontlarlex , insane the my hospitals and institutions for dopoui vcntlona which destroys health , aajis induatr loaded cause loss of lifo. "am the to thoniiiuda ; lowers Intellectual vjg the opera the cunning hand of the arliaan ; i F , Hitter canto cf bankrupstcy , inaolvonc A long In trade t , nnd by its corrupting pnvv tledgiug the [ parpetuityiTof ; free inbtitu the Mipport resolution coiijrroaishould oxerclao Its nndoubtoi About prohibit i the manufacture and aalo thia action beverages In the District n A , the lerrllorlos and all placea eve H , S. government has exozutivo jnrlxdic or , and The horrnfter no state abnll bo adtnittoi tu name union until its couatitutioii ( hull ex prohibit polygamy nnd the manufac sale of intoxicating beverugoi , The platform clotes with an appeal to work xtato and vvoinon to aid in thia movement for bouse and amelioration and for the enrichment old * . A ' nnd their country , and finishes by making following ! ; Vice-president , That henceforth the prohibition- with A Iho party ahal | bo called by name conimitleo prohibition party. thn readlni' of Iho platform , a telegram Dr. . from It. H. McDonald , congratulat In the convention on the wlidom iihown In Shial of .St. John as u candidate , and Tmt was it nnd him of hla most sincere und a constUutinnii nupjiorf. object THK nAim. ncaiN-i , hot H of platfnriii waa then road by RCvtlimi fur constitutional hlbltionlaU The ( irotHecUon WM adopted without . riuwa at of laid section was characterized by a delegate as diffuse , mii-tlfarlous unlntellliriMn. ubjeutlon to It wai rmvlo by Hmitli , LONOO.V . who moved to recommit It for the jljon , having it reformed anil put In a ir J.nilimii and Nenl , of Xow York commend crow hive Just what waa wanted. Miner , of Laxlmm'n , member of the committee on foundered defended the action of the com explained the difficulty under labored. Ho thoxghl It better for flUry not tobo overeritical , Ingram JxNiOi ) ) thought the platform pooil enoiiph feerted in , Hu waa willing to Uku delib likelihood uf the men sud woiucu of the inditu num. committee. Ho thought It AH nblo paper , nnd ono that would gain thout mJ < < of votes. A Wisconsin drlrgnto thought It beat not to adopt the plntform without diicuHsloii. liathcr lot every member try to Amend it , The discussion was tint to nn end by the provlono imastKiti , and then the second section was adopted , Bar tram , of Now Jersey , moved that when the platform shall Imvo l > ecu adopted , it clmll lie refoircd to bo recrcdltixl to Jnmos lllack , of Prims } IvAiiln , HlacK , of Pi'nn. , chairman of th 'committee withdrew the lad resolution in tin platform lhat relating to the change of the ' party' namoand a motion wn nude to adopt all the romaltiiup aectlona of the5 plotforui lu bulk but the , suggestion was mndo In relation , that tlio plnnlt to iPolygMny was not sufficient it would do ) not trt 'hAyc n ufato con tltulnn ! pnthibltliifr palyjfnmy , H shoiild b hiliited ( in-- iu the national A motion waa inida to strike constitution out of the , third - K-ction nil itoisonal allusion to Jllnlno nnd L gen. Tliij pn > | vtsitlon led In n discussion In which Henny , of Illimtio , declared tint both Dlaino nnd Logan were on the ropnblioin ticket bo- cauiouf " ' thoirncMoniiu the liquor ipiostion , "I'ho prohlblliimi t. , " ho said , "oiiuld fneo the music The and flu.ot wh ro tbey wanted t.i hit. " motion ta utiiks out w.ii rejected by n largo mitjority nmld ohcors. Hopkins , of New Votk , moved toBtriko nut ho uholo rf tlm li'i.iiiclal plunk. Hn thought there chould bo nothing but prohibition iu the platform. Their I'latform Htiould dllfcr in the brt adost po lblo manner from tliosj of the two I'clitical pirties. Tuny wens not iiiito ready to begin bidding for volea outside of the piinciplcrt of pruhiultion. Hart : ; , of lllinoi' , favor * ! the p'ank on the ground that it the prohibition patty wai to assume control of tin government it mint bu t.-eparod for nil ( HSUO. * , Another dpjewte ronmikod th t if there waa blundering in the plotfnnn now , it would bo \ nothing but the blunder f bluctlern , if man with every ntbimbleful brains was to bj allow- > to interfere u-ltbit. Filially hu provioui question was ordered , the motion to stilko out tin linanuiul slunk was votetl down. A delc nto declared ho would bo no longer member of the party. The provimu quoation then ordered on nil sectlom of the platform not previously nctod nnd the , platfoimnsa whole waa adopted amid cheers. The plntform is now tu ba submitted for a re . sion and oo.su. re-editing t'inciimtntUoo ' of thron Llnl nro not to modify it in seiipe. any iiintotinl iail ItssnliitinnH in f vor of tax on incomes ami of Lo . woman sulfmgo were offered und referred to est committee on resolutions. Mrs. Brown , of Iowa , stated that the load ' of 'row the convention had agreed to n memorial A addressed to the women of the the country , taints of which she gave , and nuked that it bo ion idoptel by the convention. It enthusiastically. was adopted .ho WHAT'S IN A NAME. Hov. Dr. Minor , of Massachusetts owlnz , ono of three members of the committee on reso . lutions to whom the plattorm .ors was referred for . iterary rovjston , sa d the committee would bo nbln to report to the convention for Tluro . Jio moved the name of the party bo BOS as the prohibition party. Miss Willard spoke in favor of retaining casm It ill name of the prohibition home-protection , oud the question between Dr. Minor's in cholera. imposition and Miss Willard's was taken much r-xcitement and resulted in - - : ! to in the success ot the former. The name the party , thereforo.iH to bo "Tho prohibi- rroui party. Tlio convention at 0:30 : took u re lo-jjiltal till H tbia evening. cured 11AI.SING A CORRUPTION maia fuiiC hnur nud u half of the evening Fes- was apont in nn amusing effort on thu part ' the finance that committee to raise a campaign . Too plan adopted was to issue ccrtlli- Touun of stock in vhnt Is railed the "pioneer gootlj fund of the national prohibition ' ' , party holder of each share pledging himself to ton dollars peryoirtotho fund , dividends payable in hoivcn. riculture . Christian , of Chicago , acted nn nn nuc- broker , nud cajoled delegates from .St. states to Hiibacribo for from one to shares each , The whole number of taken aggregating about $4CO. ' TUB TINfiE 01' ( JUKKNUACKISM. lost . Minor , of Massachusetts deal ! , from the com of tin on resolutions , made a report as to the plank recommending In lieu of the plank the one adopted by the party in A as follows : "Tho separation of the the government from nil banking in- No ItiitionsThu national government only exercise the high prerogative of issuing money to bo paid on demand In gold and ouly equal to the standard of value rcc- by the civilized world. Adopted. Jonventiou at 10 o'clock proceeded to call the . sUtca fomonjuatloua for the vice-presi Speciil Nate. Heed , of Illinois , moved lhat the AI r. William Daniel ? , of Mary- lorted forvico-presldont ba made unautmoiM. Mount to amid great enthusiasm. After HJIIIO day. mimportint buMiuo a tint convention , at mid been adjourned nine die , Ihu ClIAIHMAN FINCH , ol' NKIIItAHUA , ctiap. meeting of the national committee thin Near Iho following oflicura were elected : light Ji. Finch , uf Lincoln , Neb. , chairman ; ju n Sagoudorph , Charlotte , Mich. , vice- arcut.irving ; A. J. Jutkins , Chicago , 111. , cor- drive necretary ; ,1. A. Van Flout , all the , recording secretary ; S. D. Haating , still erlr.f , WIs. , tre.iBiiror. These ulliccrv , Lho ' Fr.inctM K , Willard , of ICvnnstun , The Mra. Jirown , of Cincinnati , consti Ije.in the executive commltteo of the part- , Kama full power to net when the general com are la not in session. nloug near INDIANA PllOHimTIONlSTS , in to CONVKNTIOX NrsiIIEIt ONV. farmer INWANAJ-OLIH , July SI The prohibition- Twenty-livo tinablo to agree on the policy to bo WelUvillo mur the proaent canvas , and aa a remit the ropresentatlvea of the party hed ! two con- Cedttr in tliis city to-day. ( ) no fution ; : , by M , Jv Shiel nnd others , favoring . nomination of a state ticket , assembled in IH house and organized by aclucUng K. iliana ni permanent chairman. lion bubn ilucnmion tlicro haa entni'd on rcHdlutiona the pniticipant.i of the convention tit Koro.it of thu ticket ami platform , ami n eautorn to lliut effect was finally luloptoil. tureH forty members docllnud Ut bo bound by danger. nnd left the hall. int fullatatn ticket waa then nominated , with JJevigglni , of Ja par county , for govern resulutfuiia were adopled. Chicago ctato central committee was instructed the presidential ulotcora. Adjourned. profoKtf t'ONV/NTION NUMIIEII TWO. fiction opposed to Ihu nomination of a public their ticktt assembled at the grand opera party wan called to order by 12 , Ji , Heyii- appointment | > ermaneiit or snl/atlpn waa tffuctcd clvil-nervico Will Cumback chairman , with a fonnity from each - congri-HsIonal dlst/ict. jirupotiltiiui looking to harmonious action Ing thing Klili-l convention waa adottnd | and it dt'mocratH of conference wan appointed , but patronao conference was frnltlf m. Hunger addressed the convention Mid elfcct coiin-o of/ / his remarks istated that civil-BOrvico acting fraudulently. buto the meeting finally determined to organise ! aineildincnt iksancialiun , the they being to lecuro thii election of mom- have Homo Ihu IcgJHlaluri ) v/ho will votn for u cro.ited convention , thua' uffordnif pro hui any an opjxjituQity tu expnma thulr Iraurdluary tlm pull * in the solectlcin of nit'mburs now punt-ion body. Adjourned. tiona will ocrutu jii cated than tlon , the , July 2-1. Tha Hrnnioh Hteamor party. which unllidixl with tha Ktigllidi steam- danxeroiH , ha < l 113 pWBOugcr * . 22 of the all nmJo landed at Coruuaa. It in believed Oarolim , crew went aboard the Uljon , which and argno after the J.axlmm had gone down , calling , | bear thutu Anilcrnon to Jola Iho Nnnn. rotn the noble , July 21. It la i > r < l tontly o n chao rcfiirm < Oatliylio circloa that there Id great of . ifory Amlerou joiulog thu Car- r > oct Uu i THE TERROR OF TOULON , "Me Bee's" ' Special Report from the Ecaityiiarters of ttie Cholera Horror , How the Plague Prospers in the Narrow City Streets , Especially Thcr.a Inacoosiblo to the Fiprpo Mistral Winds , , Whioh Bring Balm and Healing from the Mediterranean Sea , Great Mortality in Hospitals Shel tered from Winds of the Alps. No Blj ii of Alintoniunt Kami no Kcarcd. to l''ollo\v Yen- * tortlny'H Ilavnios. THK CIlOtKUA. T11K UI'HIKIIIO W1I1IIK IT OIIUIIXATKI ) . Sp-clnl Diii.iUii | to Tun USE. TOUI.ON , JuTy 2-1. Tin out wind is sub- si.ling ; tholtemporaturo Mill rematna rory \ifih. The opldotnio gathers in most of its victims from the nurnrw streeta of the town , vhici ! are inaccessible to the .Utstral or vie lent northwcatvlnd of the .Mediterranean provinces. Jargo miniliers of patirnts are ic nba ndonod from fear of infection , The it hrn supprjs-wJ the f.Ur of St. lazm-im. dispatch received tliU morning from Marseilles s.iyn the Military elfect of Tin : MUTUAL already boglnnltur t < bo felt upon tlio dis- . Twenty doatlia have occurred within er past threw tlnya. . The J'hiiru hospital hat moro rocoyortosi from the ecourgo Unit .haothor * , owing to .It * position , ic being open iho Mistral. Oik the oihor hand the great ' hospital mortality is experienced nt the 3apollutto , which in protected by the Alps P'Jro air. telegram dated at Ar'n-sij-Hthattho town lield snjmost lifeleaa owing to the eiodua. Niim- uid of thop keepers como into the city during tion day und go back td'the country at night , ) I'AMIXE IK FK.UiKU , to the closing of the ( hops. The re- of muhiingpopulation nro indignant against doc- nmlchomUtwho [ increased the price nt .liolii'Kinning by calling every lllneha clinlera. ia no aign uf abatement in the alllictcd listrlct. The authoritioa nro inactlvo. Corp- A So twenty-four hours without burial. Kour of cholorn ore under treatment at Lyoni. uncertain whether it Ia Asiatic or Sporadic . There IH ono eutipected CC.BO of cholera VinclunoB. HAiiaKir.LKa iion ixc JioiiT.u.irr. W/IIWKII.I.KB , July 24 , > ioon. SU doatha cholera since 'J o'clock. At thn I'haroah vind tivo died nn'd fivvcrodiHcbargcd ; ho since laat night. JCighty jiitlen'a ro- 'rom In the hospital. , 1 A BAY 0 LlnllT. another 1'AliiH , July 2It ) is ollici.i'ly ' nnnouncod the cholera epidemic at Maraellloa und and iadecroalntr. ; The health of 1'aris IB KJaua OTTAWA , .Inly 2-1. 7'h" department of ag cautlng is taking the utmost precautions Ilfo cholera. All voiaela coming up the lillnding Inwrenco pasa through i.nranUne. | wnvea IVKIINibllAY NIllIIT's DTATH nol.l. . came ' 1'Ahis. July 2-1. Tun deaths at M'araeil.Va tail night ; twenty ot Toulon. Thirty-one .Jrnin * at Arlea in two dujs , The majority Stony inhabitants of that town luvo lied. .lirongh Much GiiKA.r imquGiir IN ouio. Haiti in Klfjlit WcckH McadowB nnd 1'RBtiircBilJrowii Drops llnliicd SIicop 8irv- l < 'lrcs. Ni'd Lho the Dlfpatoh to Tut Hut. Cttt-KLANl ) , July 21 A great drouRht la re- from all point * of the Interior. At Gilc.id forcbt tircn are the order of the upirucy At Kowcomorstown the drought Jmu ing vieit protracted , with 110 BljfiiH of abatoiueiit. murdering iioadowH nnd paeturos are brown and rebellion Corn and oat * are gruatly damaged. plunder Bolivar thera IM ) boon no ruin /or over uaw week * and c ni , outH and jmtutor'A will total fa lure in 0 .crnsoy ccainty. Hhoap ut.irving , and fnnnors hava to feed thorn und them it long diftanc'u for water. Nearly corn in fertile Wiila creel : bottom U They . * greatly. The drouth extend * along 1'niihandlo railroad over much territory. Tii'cjrawus rive ? in lower than it. IIUH iimldu of years. In Stark county the at htory ii rcliktod and gioat foarn of lira cntertutriod. ThO'i'onccH ' li'ivn betin burned niflht. Ihu railway. Ycutcrday a brick huuso , stabht , Canton uaiiKht from a , npnrl < and burned mandud tliogriHiml. Another lire WOH diHcovcrod men ' \'nt \ } n Oalth'old yculerday uttornoon and tin ) were li htiay fire < all lust night. purmill. - ucro.i of livamp and timlor land Myrra luke id 11017 burning. Near all vegetation has drii'il up and Sr. forcut liri'B are troatlug destruction ill gor Jlill , Pine Wood * uiiu other foruxtH. bush other Ci.VClN.VATl , July U > , A vary HOVCTO drouth regular agent iKivrsllliuting nearly the wliola of Ohio , In- and and Kentucky , Tn many placet ) there Col. no ruin hlnco July 12thj and olaowhoro the been riono for .moro than three weekn , and Hwutnp liro.1 uro buriilnK in north- Ohio , water l < becoming tcarco , paa- am ulinimb dead , and corn < n in grout ClIICAOO UnloiH rain COIIKM within n week points HBiiouii lofluoa will occur. ' .Ivo last night CriunliH 1'Vcmi loported TimuH Specli.l. The WAHHINHTO.V , Julj 22. Homo domoerat n tornado to bo ulaniHtd at thu attraction the mollHhlng country trough will burn for young incmborB ol causing in the oouth , and thu very fact the * will bo distributed through the coimjilfUo : ) and In hooeit con to the law i * jo them the most alarm about it. One of them Hayn : ' 'Tho acUd nnwlncly in creating HO much Hliiuld when they knew that iU utu would lay.The political endn. They know that the The conmiiBniori would huvit tu dlstri 17 ; a > p'JntinonU ] throiuth the nouth if J > ul ixmiplic'd with the law , ati'l It would moru ilfoct now upon the election , yet they t > j-uight , govcrnmont ( HiKitionH thun oflico coiif're > u nee IblXI , except In the - cauanf the ci- go east to cJtablUhuiout of ' the 'lillor an - oflico. Of coiirnd thu oiamina. Smith , bo fairly cqndnctixl , and ; n the dcm- trict , la the Mouth pri' , tin u rule , butter edu morrow. tint republicans in the HIUIC later HOC- up | > u.ritmeiiU will go largely to < mr Tallin rcndcn tha Niiuatiou itill moni , for a uoonnij the appointment the iituinp-ipeakerii will go to North uro WAHIIINOIOH Tenuetaco , Florida , and I-onl iana , Mfmlsjipplvalloy thu fairnefs of tlio ropuUlcan ranablo party , Uoii ) thulr civil Kvrvico experianco tu hlftmg out , and ttwn nay : 'Cieiitlemon , to local ehowurd democratic party In in to vote thin klatioaary out.1 Hy thla mo ins Uioyliuvo tu carry two or thrvti touthem IK'v'lt , th t he ex. faulting , , iuiocrb ( to carry OhJp thiioil , to tn , a CVJUJL They are in batter working nhapi * , ho nayii , thau they over wcro Iwfora. II n otpifssi'i himself pcrfoctlyratiifiod with thn platform nnd fiy that the tarllf plank will bo entirely chief ratinfACtory to the poopln o ( bin iititto. Thn IIMIO butwven the two | ) artlon ii RIIV- for ormuont reform , ami upon thta he depend * TH13 O. A. 11 , KRUNION. Vurtlicr OotnllHol'tlio Uroiit 1'arftttc. duly 23 , To-day was the greate t day of the lirand Army encampment , und wltneimttl the ( urgent gatheiing of old cold lorn In the hisloty of tlio organization. There wpro 18,000 ol thorn In thc > proco ion which w x an hiiur nnd twenty miimtox pans- Ing n given point. Thorn were probably 8,000 to 10.100 in the city who did not join In tha parado. About 75,010 Htrnngorn Ix'.iidcH thpnn made up the vlxitorn. ( ii'tiotal Kogtu occupied a prominent pace ! at the head of the pn ciMfion. ( totiornl Khurmnii rtulo in the tnli dlo. Both were received with contlnuot ovations from tlio veteran * . ( Jonomln 'I'hoinas Kountz , Warner , Nacol and ( < ib > oi \\t-ro ulfo rccclvcil witli cheerg. Tin line of march waa through the princlp.i streets of the rlty , which wa pnifufely decorated. Afterward * thorn won | M > rtng ! ninUHmnonlH and inoit of the ntato ilulcgalfotiH hold rcunieiiH. A bxi inotia meet ing win hold mid eoimulttciM appjiutod niu nrr.uigeuientti mada to elect n commandor-in - chief. In tha livening 7 MKKI people crowdnd the micamnmont grnuiuh ' and witno od the lira- wotha by the I'hmbcau elub of Topoku , Kiu- ; flan. Cencrnl l.ogan will bo given a wcoplion to-morroAT _ iiiornliu' , and ( icnoral Sherman and other diKtiuguUhod KOiiornlH prenont will rce.iivo at Gonuial WiishbnrnoV riHtdonco H , Minn. , duly iI. ! - Tlio great cru'h at the d'r.ind Ariny laovor oncampmunt , and the pt-oplo nro beginning to go home. Thu principal ovenU of the day wen1 tlio reception Ijiigau at the Illinois hoailiiuinterrt this moining , nml anuther to all vittitmg gonrrali ' Washburn'ii re-idonce to-night. At the Connor a great crowd of old poldlora rut. J.og.ui nnd ltciiur.il Negloy , of were IVmnyl ptex- vanii , made ' FpoecheH. In the evening Shor- niaii , L'alrchild , Negloy , Thonun and othcm were present. There wore nportu of miiiciillaneoui chiiruct- nt thu encampment all dny. A reunion of oxpcixlonerti of the war was held at which about ono hundred gathered , nn i'lio Next. Commander mid tlio Next Mooting1. RriNNKArol.l , .July 21. A mealing wan jet for the election of n commaudnr-in-chief two nominationH were made. The elec will tuko pUca to-mnrrow , when the foe tlio next oiicanijinu'iit will alao bo of Mlcctad. Jndicationa point to Wnrnor , of for chief and Niuhvlllo as the place meeting. co iho AVOES 1V1XIX THM WIND. Knnsna Man IJONOH Ilia Tlirco Sons : In n Htorni ' I'niiioQln jy I > eakeScnmcr In n : Hturin. .ctl IOLA , ICansaH. , July 1M. IJuring n heavy Btonn thia afternoon , a now barn on the farm of Captain A. ,1. Surrey , thrco inllt'H He town , wan blown down , nml two EOIIH of 1 laptain Surrey , ngctl 15 and 11) ) , were killed ; , aged 17 waa mortally wounded. ANNAror.lH , Md. , .Inly ! 2-l. A fearful wind rain Htorm occurred this afternoon on Cheaapcaka bay , lu which the atoamer ( iror- cited windowu , waa caught oil Bandy Point. The with of the upper auloon wero.bluwn out , ' the ' grea oc' , . i inotoniutioii among the jUHHengorH. Woman fainted and men put on preservers. Tlio ateonitr lost ltn In way vaa rain anil wai i.t thu mercy oflho fho until the United Stolen atoamor 1'hlox . along and tiuk liar in low. II'KIIUIM KALLH , Minn , , July L'-l. A tnrribln zona and rain alorm occurn'd hero ' ip about 'I p.m. n in mnuy placet ) in totally rninod. At vcru brook hail cut a aivnth to miloi wide ired tht > country , destroying Ihu Rrnln , grain is ruined in Otter Tail county. and roop-t cntllo FOKKIGN. A.IWAII18. ry ) iitltH ( und Holland. Indium LONDON , July 21. Marl ( irauvlllo IIBH ro- uppodily aasent to HolIand'H propoaal to blockade .liievlng . whole Aehoen coast to aecuro the rolcato of crew of the Btoamer Niaoro. NKW ConHjitraay. meeting WAIWAW , July 2) ) . Inquiry Into the cmi- o to blow up the pahico during the C/.ir'n to Wurnaw , HIOW ! elaborate and far roach- national plana adopted by the coiiHpiratorri. Aflor inemberH tlio Czar they Intended to Jiro'-olco | in Holland and Wcatorn Itusaia. to fereneo the , lnwn nnd rich tradimiion of War mltteu nutl uie/.o urina at tlio nraonnl. that nnllonal NKItU.VHICA HIGH 1VAVMION , clectiona ' Kntor a AVyinuro i lvory Htnlilo < tricta > . nntl Doiiinnd tlio HDI-HCH , fofltedly WVMOIIE , Nob. , July 21. A during attempt tion. robbery wai made hero nt half paat 10 to A party of ontlawM ontentd n livery woru and presenting cocked rovnlvun do- the horses Itj given up. Tha stable tiionnl resitted and compnllod ilia outlawa to retreat. ( . The ollicora uro now In hoi notyut The TlioWnl > nnli Will Nor Cut. tu I.OUIH , July 21. O moral Traflio Mnnn- William denies emphatically that the Wn man cut eastern rates OH asserted hero tin llt.li day , nml atatoj very distinctly If of the any road mukoa u contract below tha ratoa ho will discharge him at onun , repudiate thu contract. It la reported that Kobort Andrews , consulting oiiKlnoor nf NEW Wubah his. resigned. loul , Hlorni Hxvepr , , July 21. Hpcchda from various teat the in Iowa and Wlaconain report doatrne atorniH having prevailed in UIOBO statoi Katon , , and In many placoa nmnll grain ia a half beaten ' down und badly damaged , lion. Journal' ) ! ICnoxville , Iowa , special atateK , vWtod that town and aection ol aienipi adjuinlng , npro < itliig tree * mid dn- cratd oiitbnildingM , but to far na reporUd and no lota of life. hundreds jiu tarlll will In behalf Till ) Trigger. waimly IIIKI.A.N'I ) WINS AT WIUUI.XDOX. that ho .v , July SI. Ireland won tlio Klein pjat. poncnU at thu rllla match ut Wimbledon to ( ontiment agamat acoro wax : Ireland , IfiH.'l ; Scotland , KiiglnnU , M7I. ili'fl Nv CiifAf0 ; \v OovtTiior and if nd . win , VANKTOVJuly21.Jovernor ( 1'iercoanlvet .low/jh / and will ( irobiblytaki- oath nt here , mid to-morrow. Hix aiipjnnud ho will tlieii number rliHc up affair * , leaving Secretary acting governor. Judgii Sowanl newly apjuinto'l ' for the J'ifth dix uao ! here , and will tuko thu oath to. Special Chluf .Inntlco ICdgcrton will admin- LocKi'Oiir theuath to both. - colored , Tlio AVuatlior lor To ' thorltlw ilny , the county , July 21. For ( ho upper , local iliuwer * , partly cloudy winds , generally from the Houth am temperature , The Mlasourl vnlloy and wlfo , partly cloudy , variable windii cant. temperature. Dowtilt GetH Tori Vonru. IcMlviIlu Jtlly M'-Vnnk Dowalt , Ihu de inents , . i bankerWM to-day entonc u Very tjl8 penitentiary. | inio at TIOIjKOHAl H NOTI39. ( Jon , Larotora , of Peru , la dond. .1 Kx-fJovrrnor Ifomlriclu In n.xpectoj to vIMt jvcrnnr Clovelan j at an early day. All publlo ( ichoolj In Toulon anil Mnrtcilles : iavo boon closed on account of the cholorn. .Into The central Tninuiftny motnboni of tlio Now York oommltloo worn nb nnt from the neetlng hold nt Albany , Wednesday. An Interview botwcen the emperors of Oor. nanla and Austria tikoi Sth of place at Ipchl en the Avgust. The lays. meeting will last two , A vc , y perceptible nhoaV of onrtluiimkc olt wan \Vrtlnuml.iy Muilitorrauean on the Islmul of Inclda In the , Tlu'liihabitantti y ngitntod. whoru ercat AH railroads wol of tint Misstuslppl liver mvo agreed tt > carry dotogatra to the cattle I lion H convention , to bo held nt St. I.outu Nov. 17 , nthnlfrnteH. , | The sixth MtMoiirl congro ional democratic conventliin In sosioti olH for at Scilnlia , ca t 877 1ml- n candidate t , up Wednesday night , vlthout any ch ingo from the lirat ballot. It la ronor od that the St. ' I'donburg ice found thronNlhlllati po- In tlu < inlico jiark of the wlioro the VMV pnimeuaden. Tim Nl lilists re iitod , wounded the nergoant of the lulico nud e cnpod. The platform of the California .oclaroa for protoctlvo tarllf , and ropubllcana donnunc- railroad discrimination , democratic eandl- - ale for ' the I'rcaldcncy Is donouncpd as a loiiopolNt , approves lilalno'H nttltudo on IhlncNu question , nnd fnvora pensiona to Mcx- can voteriiim. Owing to ttia'clott ofjmstern ports fniin SUM ollong Kong ngalimt the vocHil ! fromToulou ml Mnreille < oN ' , ves of the J'roiicli trnna- iort dorvlco have boon trnnifcrroi ! ' to Brest , 'ho ncceadty of POOH furnishing frech aupplloit Admiral ' o Courbol'n suiiJidfon C.-I-.ISIM iho government to ; iu ltito about giving order * or active operations. The two story brick bulldimr. ocouplotl by he UroStX'.k rndlcator rublinldng mil Wombnah , 1'nwoll it Co. , printerx company , on , vent Savonth utrcet , K-tnsin City , Ml Wed- loiday , the fmindation having lieon wo.-ikonod by the oxcnvntton of lotH ndjolidng. Thodaui- - ai-o ia ostlmatod at $ ' . ' > 00 ( ) . Several inrrowlv oscipeil. The Indicator will poraoila bo nibllahod from the 1'rlco Current prosn. The Kronch Academy of Mo.dlcino proposoa Intornntioiial congreat to dlscusa the - pto- vontlon and euro of cholorn. Dr. Koch hna nikcd lent the conprctH to moot 1.1 Uerlln. A mod- cholorn . coininlndon catnblinhed nt Lazn- in thc < | MabHlo iiUHrter , with live hundred - ti'ilx , hna almi organizotl n rick tranapnrt eor- vice nnd leaned n series of ruloi for public lance gni- in gntrding against cholora. No nign Aaintlo cholera in 1'uria. Trt-o American workmen irreatod In the city of fMox- were - 2) , Saturday on 1 tlio charge of ttofaudng chnrnutcr of the picaldont , nnd were not lormlttod to communicate with their friends mill to-dnv. They were nentonc'd without rlal by the governor. TJio nmo ollieial now igrooa to rolnaao the men If ropuiHtodto do HO the AIIIOI lean mlnialor. It ii claimed thn and hnrge ia without foundation nnd waa matlgu- by mallcioua porxona. julln T ON TUB UAMl'AGE. hat ICnlorH Diirnnuo Ijcadln < ; Forty 'a I n ted AVurrlorti- - -H OlinHOd Out f In a Uiiimini ; Fl lil Cattltj cars Mon and UIOH to and UUNVKII , July III. Durango IH greatly ox ! o tiS to-day over the arrival of Jtod Jacket lo withoily warrior * , highly paiittod and hoavi -m l/rhBctty.m tiihn } wrenlod one/or non W Jfeiturbanco nnd for carrying firoar'ms. ' Htf u 3 knbckod down by the 'Other Indiana' 100 fndiariH thsn mnnnted hor/oa and stortci. lonvo the town. Severn ! catllemon and cltl- ( favo ehtHO. A ninnintf li ht wni kopl athor for ten milavlie.i the Indiana ancceodud getting out of rungo Some twenty ahota glit uavy fired on Intli side' . No ono wni fn- venl ai far on known. The cltizona ask for iald - to beep the Indiana the on rc ervntion. imvy nwny from town the eatt o men. Thu omo men of tmiithorn Colorado uro GO indignant over the lnt < lonaon of cattle rto' , nnd thn , buridng of thi.-ir camping , A gonor.il war botwdun them nnd the ia probable untaiH Homothing IH done to ppoiect thuir IntcrentH from over bund.i of Utca. , landled The Dninncrallo Coiiiinltteci ) . OIH Yoju : , .Inly 21 Thu committco of the iter tog of thodomoeratio national coimnltteu doubt consider n plan for organizing the national Mininitteo for campaign woik met after tin iiort unmmitteo had ndjournod. All llit Usually or pioxlea were prcnent. A genera until IHCIHBIM | took place , and con norioua with tin- congrrHMimal com would wui held. It won di'cidct inly the national committco should nttond t < of alfuirn especially , and that tlio con- L'rcaslonal committee thmild look after tin or in the coigr < ; snioua ! dia. , It wiw osllii.ntcd that tlicro nro nov- nty.otght congreHflionnl dlfitiictH that are con- cloHO , and to thmo thu coi'grcHaional committoca honld give their particular atten KeprruontuliveH Stovena , of Now York , Murphyof Iow , und UoHecr naof , California , nppointod a standing commilteo of tin congrceeional body to worlc witli thu natlona Cnmmittoo. The hoadtpiartoi-H of the emigres- committee will bo \VaHhingtoii. . Thu houdUiirterH | nf thn national commltteo hna been mtlec'ted. oxocutlvo committee of independent republicans lion dacidud to ongngoCarlSchurz tranalatolnto ( ierinan thonddroea of Gco Curtis nnd that of Chairman Cad at the imlepciidunt conference nnd pub thorn an cnmpalgn ilocumontH. MISSIBSIl'lV. I.VNC'II IN T1IK KIBLI ) . OIII.EANH , La. , .Inly 22 , In the SUU iasiHsipjii JIalrict coiiventioti , at Bay St to-ilay , the lion , John It , Lynch wo * iinaiiiiiiuiiHly nominated for congress to con election with the Hon. Henry H. Vni the lilting mumbcr. Mr , Lynch mad IIOUI'M upeocli In accepting thonomlna No campaign had over opened in Jilt under almilnr Mispiceu. Tim demo aeomod diajioied to accord fair ploj had tlm nuiirnucmi of Biipjiort fron of white men and democrats In th and on internal-improvement UMUU. II make n recefvetl thorough cativum of hia of Ulaluo and diatric lon ; Jl. invited himself , nnd haa beei Kudo , fc ) visit poitioim ofthodiatric bud been Ho la warned away from in time , which treated jiolitely by | > oHtical op convinctu him that publl la taking it Urong jioaition bulldozing und ballot-box Btulling. Tlirco Clilldrcn IJroAvnrd , ! , July 21Tho Journal's ( Jroon lli Hpecial nuyh : Thruojoung children y o Athley wont bathing In the river nea In attempting to rescue ono of tlici fowl drotviiing all thnio perished , Hied at tlio AK < > ! ' 11- " ' . IJIapatch toTijuJliK. ' , N. V , , July 21. Louis Spencer formerly a idavo , whom the bent an declare waa llfl yuara of ago , died home last night of old agu , Mr , Homlrlc'ltH and Wife. 1505 iKiiiASAimid , July 2l , Mr. Hendricks will leave hero Sunday night for th Iltvo la Etitern and organs on monthly ln.jro at Edholm it ' pay FUtte.Uurt Ericknoji'a. J2-1-0 gauaderi iBtodt T ie and most iwnulnr flhoo llaooy Eaholui & ErickaouV J2-1-0 OTHELLO-LIKE1 OPERATORS , Bottom Prices Sccin to Depriro Chicago Speculators of Occupation. 'ho Market How About as Low as It Ever Gets to Bo , Oattlo Oontinuo Dull-SolliDg $5 to $10 Loss than Cost , Quoted Slow and Prio Weak all Around illcged Tollow Fever in Now Or' ' \ loans Affecting Provisions , l ilinrt HIliHHo Much UHCdSoutli , Drop I ft 1'or Cwt.-BIoro llcprccla- < tlon Kcaroil. OIIIOAGO Sr.VKKETH. A l.Ut.t , IN HI-ECULATION , Special Dispatch to Tim HUB. Ciiii-Aoo , July 21. "I can't see hewn man an make nuy money speculating when the narket ia as low aa it ever gets ; but It ii very asy to see how ho can lese n good deal. " The entloman who mndo thin remark said that head ad just como from the wiieat ( tit , where there vero about a do/.on men doing nothing. His leas concerning thu possibility of making nny nonoy on the markets at thia present stand- t nro apparently identical witli thosu of early every operator on 'change , nu none of mm neonied to earo to-d.iy "whether school opt or not. " The who.it market wan trouper , but with no increased activity. At lie close of ths morning soaalon Sept. Bold at l& , having opi'iied at 8. ) , and selling at ono imo down to 8,1 . The sntno option in corn penod rather strong nt Cftc , and gradually ink to 51 . } Lard waa steady nml ribs nil- ivncod 10. Two cars of No. 2 oats were re- icivcd to-day , nud about one hundred carjot vhea' . On the afternoon bovd prices fell off aln. August wheat dropped to 8'lijt ; for Hcptombor , Ktju for October 'Kt Fur August , Oats dropped to 27 . Lard declined ) to 5. I'ork romalnod UDcnangod. CATTLE. The gonernl market continues dull , and irices remain low , with downward tondonoy. Tliero were few loadn choice and fancy naives - ivos that made'good prices , but all common medium , nnd all grassy aorta wore hard oso'l at nuythhur like tha prices they are ojling In thu country. Tlicsosorts are losing rum S5 to tflO . per car. Cows , nnd scrubby Htcorj , such as thono have to compete with cattle mngo , are oiling nt extremely low ( unties nnd tliero is no hntiga for Impioveniout in thii direction so ongiutbat supply Intts. The pens were full Tuxnna , as tliero waiu nt least ono hundred among fresh nrivnls. nnd time were talt'v 25 to10 loads loft over. _ Trade slo pro- r the general market weak with tondenoy lower va uoa. Thu bulk of sale * are -So.5Ug ( ) with poor JntH at It.lO'rtli' . Wyoming oat- are making -l.SO@fi.10 ; good to clinico flipping , 1 00 to HBO Ibi. 0. 0Bi.20 ( ; com- to medium J.OOO to 1,200 lb ? , , 4fiC © : Inferior to . . . fair. fco\M.iW J 00 00 ; m. nit 'jl to RtwdrS 00 to A O'J' kh ckerinf''t ' ' ' tv 3i ; ; loodora a CO to J J9. . nootf. ' . > The general market was slow and the prices weak nil nround , and nt 'thecloni aorta worn strong and Co loWer , whlhi , although alow nnd hard to sell , nndor- liltlo or no change. 1'uckora and fhlpporx from B 10 to fi GTi forpihxl mixed to choice , and best light innao from C 2ri to fl 70. odds nnd ends sold nt fi 00 lo 6 10 ; light to 210 pounds , 5 00 to fi 70. A KLUIUIY IN I'lIOVIrilONH. There wan n flurry In the provision market resterday , caused by an alluded case of yellow in Now Urlcana , and the rumor wai for all It was worth by the "shorts" lu irovislons. who managed to manipulate nmt- so that nliort ribs , the principal article of products used iu the south , dropped 15 100 during Iho afternoon , There Is no but tlicro ia considerable uneasiness in irovuion circles about tlio matter , but the ro- of yeiterday may prove to bo iiromaturo. the dread disease docs not appear later in the EC.ISOU , Should there bo a outbreak in Iho nouth thu prlcu of hogs drop 1 CO per 100. The Hoiitlt la our reliable customer for bacon. Tlio HOWH the outbreak at Now Orleans hna been irnmptly dunied and the flurry mi that account the time being has subsided. MIS NO us RYINGTOHOIDDOW EARLDAKINOPOy/DER / TAMUOUNDTORISC IPURE CREAM TAETf AR. S1OOO. Given Ifnluiniiraiiyliijurloussuuklanceacan bo found Ainlraws' Pearl Baking Powder. Is , IKW- UvclyPURE. JleInKcndorM.il , andUtlmonial.i iroin tiilch cheinlsta nsH. Dana Hays , llos- Delufonlalno. ofClilcano ; and udiituvu Mllivankcu. Nevcrsold In bulk. MBRASKA LfiND AGENCY BUOOUSSOH TO DAVI8 tl SNTDCB.J 0i lcr ln ESTATE KAJt.VAil ST. AUA lor ul 100,000 tor 4 outtnllr Uidi Mubrukt , it low price tad on UT term * . a , luuu Oumlnj. for alt la Dmalu , Dodge , Oolx Brpy , WMWogton , , nj llutler OODOUM. paid lo ] ] n rUj ol thi BUtf lauied ODlmprorxl firm * .