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MURDER AND SUICIDE.
ANOTHER DOUBLE CRIME IN
A TEAMSTER KILLS HIS WIFE AND
' THEN ENDS HIS OWN EXISTENCE.
The Green-Eyed Monster the Cause of A
Most Horrible Tragedy.
Tire Children Made Orphaua by an Un
natural jbut Common Crime Full
Partioulara ot the Deed of Darknesa.
St. Louis, February, 8. Following tha
horrible example let by Johnny Parker,
Henry Drees, a German toannter living at
No. 2S40 MuSlanphy street, murdered bit
wife und then took hU own life last night.
In the middle one ot the three rooms in
which the family lived a reporter found the
bloody corpses of husbnfd andwife. Ilia
body was stretched along beaido a heating
alove, with his band resting on the foot
board of a sewing machine. The woman
lay In the bed, the covering of which waa
soaked with blood. The wail on the north
side was spattered with blood, as was also
the bead of the couch.
The facts, briefly related, are as follows:
In the house, a two-story brick, at at 2340
Muilanphy street, lived a German fHmllyby
the name of Drees, consiatini of busbu'nd.
wife, and five children. The husband and
father was by occupation a teamster, own
ing two teams, with which he supported
the family. It was known by all the more
Intimate iriendai Urn Henry Drees waa of
an exceedingly jealous disposition, and
there were often disputes and
many quarrels between him and bis wife.
Mrs. Iliihnman, a sister of the murdered
wotmn, says that almost from the wedding
day did this Jealousy show itself in the
murderer and aulclde. It is also related
by tbhi lady that on the most trivhl cause
be would 'abuse and mistreat his wife,
goln' so far as to compel her, last summer,
to leave him for a short time and take up
her residence with her. During the night
when her children would call her to at
tend to their wauts or (ret some water or
medicine, he would abruptly all to her
and auk her what she was doing or
where she was going, even though
he had heard the children call.
If she would leave the house to call on a
neighbor and he would hear of it he would
cruelly anuse her, and ha been known to
strike and abuse her. tuch whs the con
dition of this man's mind toward his wife
thut abe wis constantly in danger of bodily
barm, and too well Lave her fears been
founded. To bis almost Inexcusable Jeal
osy he has added murder and suicide.
The exact. time of the crimes is unknown,
as the source of information Is from the lit
tle children of the dead couple. One of the
younger, . . v be got up rather early
this nimning, as Is his usual custom, to
build a tire, Imt seeing that it was too soon,
culled to Lis father that he would
retire and get up a little later.
He saw hie futher and mother lying on the
bed atf uual, and although be receivedgno
answer thought nothing of it. He got up
shortly and 011 icoing uualn to call his pa
rents discovered the awful truth. There
lay bis father and mother with their throats
cut from ear to ear. He lnimidiately gave
the alarm with his cries aud nhrieks, and
soon tho entire neighborhood was on the
scene of blood. It is therefore Impossible
to Ptale the exact time of the com
mission of the ci ime, but Is supposed to be
iu the early luornlmj.
with which the bloody work was done is an
old-style, black-handled Wade & Butcher
razor'of the largest size. When turned
over to Officer Crump the blood on it had
clotted, holding the blade and handle at
right angles, Just as It fell from the grasp
of the desperate man. On the corner of
the mantel nearest the bed lay a large white
handled pocket knife with which be ap
parently at first Intended to do the deadly
work. Under this lav a five-cent piece,
the only money found In the room.
THE ACCOUNT BY A CHILD.
"Last night we went to bed early. I
don't know what time It was, though.
Willie and me sleep in one bed and Lizzie
and Melia id another; Minnie, the baby,
slept with my father and mother. When I
went to sleep my father was ibarpenlng hli
razor on the strap. lie had his shoes off.
My mo'lher was at work at the
machine. When I woke up the
lamp was burning ou the mantel,
Some noise woke me up, and I beard my
mother holler. She didn't say any word,
but she made a noise like this." Here
he gave the utterance to a sound resembling
as much as he could a groau. ' 'I saw hor
ou the bed. She was lyuig Just like she is
uow. I 'didn't know that my father cut
her then. He was at th side of the bed.
He got up and theu I turned around.
W hen I looked agsln he was Jumping In the
air, and be bollercdsomsrlilng. He didn't
sav any word either, and I can't holler like
he'dld. Then he fell on the floor near the
sewlug machine. The lamp was burning
on ibe.maiitlc. I saw the blood then audi
got up. I weut over to the bed and Minnie
w. still asleep. Her dress was all full of
blood. 1 look her up, and that made her
wake up. I got blood on my hand from
her dress. I took her out of that bed and
took her dress off and laid It on that bed,
and I took her over to our bed. Willie
woke up then and illnnlo began crying. I
tried to raUe the window and push the
shutters open, but the window was frozen
and I couldn t raUe it at all.
Minnie was crying and 1 told Willie to get
his valentine, lie ot It and gave it to
Minnie and she went to sleep while she
was playing with it. Wheu Willie went to
sleep and so did I. When I woke up the
winu bud blown the shutters open and I
looked tor the key agalu, but I couldn't find
It, Lizzie an 1 Melia both woke up then,
and so did Minnie, As soon as they itw
mother and f.tther thev began cry
lint. I don't know what time that was.' I
Sues It waa about 8 or 9 o'clock. It wai
.-Might and I got up and blew the lamp
out. Then Otto Farcnhunt came to the
window and called me to goto school. We
both go to the Hamilton. Otto went tip
talrs again w ben I told hlra that I could
not pet out, Tqhu Otto's mother came
down s'fcirr. and let us out. That'i all I
know about It. I don't know why father
kllle I uvither."
lb re he went buck to to the examination
of the skates, ut which be was engaged
wheu the reporter Interrupted him at
"What time did you Ant wake up?"
"I don't know. I didn't look at the
cWk. I don't know what woke me up, ,
Hither; it was some Mae. Father and
mother w ere both dead before 1 went to
sleep, t know."
"Did vou sneak to vour father or moth.
"I didn't speak to mv mother, She
didn't say anything hut holler. M'hen my
futher fell on the rtnnr I hollered to blm
'l'iim. papa, papa' three times, but he
didn't b"ur mu, Ho was dead already, I
"Why didn't you call Mrs. Farenhurst
when you woker"
"Ob, i uever knew her key fitted our
"No, I wunn't acared. Futhnrwudead
'Why didn't yon cull fnrhnlpf"
"I told Willie to holler. 1 waa minding
fl.,.,1.-. .....1 ..1 I A
i'Ltutii-. iiiiij nun n iii, iTyiiiK riKUiiouu incut
too. I wiuiU'd to ift licrto ro to ilesp
BKitln, nml thiit'a why I told Willie to get
hia valoiilliirt and give l to 111 bubv."
"Didn't ym f 1 lie blond on the floor
and illdn'i ymi know your father and
inoiln-i' Hero dciid;'"
" Vf, I aavv tha blood on my mothor.but
I didn't know where he out her. I didn't
see any blood on tny lulhor tlumifh at all.
When iKoiupthla mornlnif though and
put out the iHinp, the door wan cofered
with blood. I ainpped Into It when I wai
walkiuii to the mantel. I aaw tho bloody
raiior near the bottom of the stove, too.
Unprecedented High Waters All Along the
Cincinnati, February 8. The OJilo
River Is rising along Its whole length. It Is
almost an unprecedented case. At Wheel
ing it Is thirty-six feet and still rising.
Boats cannot pass under the bridge. Mari
etta Is flooded moro than evor. The Rail
road track between Marietta and Belair Is
six feet underwater.
The Times-Star specials say Catlettshurg
s already flooded and more dnmnite ex
pected, on account ot the great rise In the
Sandy River. Portsmouth River Is 63 feet
and rising. A eonsidernbte portion of the
city is under water. The Scioto River Is
also rising above. The railroad track north
of Portsmouth is under water. Here the
river continues to rie, baing 62 feot S
Inches at o'clock. Newport, Kv., suffers
most ot present. Very many houses are
already invaded bv water, and the people
are moving out. ' The Anchor Iron and
Pteel Works, the Newport Iron and Pipe
Foundry and the greater part of swift's
Rolling Mill are compelled to suspend.
Merchants along the river front in thi
are bus?' removing goods from cellars and
No further damage to coal barges.
No railroads are yet submerged, but will
bo to-morrow if the rise continues.
High Water at Plltaborv-
Pittsburg, February 8. The flood In
tbe MonoDgihela renched lu highest point,
tweuty-elght feet, at 8 o'clock this morn
ing, and soon after began to recede. Ow
ing to the cold weather which shut off the
small streams, the water did not get m
high as anticipated by several feet. The
loss from that is considerable. All the
mills along both rivers were submerged
and operations are suspeuded. Manv stores
In the lower portions of the two cities are
under water, and hundreds of families on
the south side and in Allegheny have been
compelled to leave their homes until the
flood subsides. Dispatches from towns
along the Mononcahela report great
damage frem the Inundation. The water
points are subsiding, and no more danger
A Flr Brick and Betorl Factor?
St. Locis, February 8. Last night Are
broke out In Dixon A Young's Fire Brick
manufactory on Main between Cornelia and
Douglas street. Before the arrivul of tbe
engines tho flames bad spread over tbe
building, which was s pidn brick, 200x150
fact. One-third of tbe structure was two
stories high. In this 125 crucibles, worth
about $65 each, were completely destroyed.
Mr. Cutboert Dixon, a member of the
firm, estimated the fulll loss at :rl3o,OUO.
The buildings and contents were destroyed,
with the contents ot manufactured stock
w hile $30,0' worth of fire clay was ren
dered useless. 1 be propertv U Insured for
43,i . The fire was the "hottest In the
boiler-room, wbere lt Is supposed It origi
nated, although the engineer says the boil
ers and tires were In Kood order. This is
the second time the firm has been burned
out. Seventy-eight mcu are thrown outof
employment by the fire.
A Water Famine in Bt. Louia.
ST. Louis, February 8. Tbe water
famine in tbe southwestern portion of the
city, which has resulted from the scarcity
of water in the reservoir at Couipton Hill,
has assumed a serious character. In roost
of the bouses west of Second Carondelet
avetvie and south of Park avenue the peo
ple bave been unable lo obtain sufficient
vatr for domestic and business purposes.
Manufacturers in the district mentioned
fear that they will be forced, for lack of
water, to limit their operations, if not ab
solutely to cease tbetu.
Numerous Appllciinte lor Povidone mi
Springfield, III., February 8. The
new Governor of tbe State being now In
augurated, there is a great pressure for ap
pointments. A large number of tbe boards
and commissions recently becoming vacant
by the expiration of terms, have been left
over for the Governor to lill, and it Is un
derstood that be Is practically driven to his
wits' end. He has (leclded to fill tha minor
places first and will tuk more time w ith
the Railroad ami Warehouse commission.
The I'eftrh Crop (June.
CntCAOO, February 8. -A Tribune cor
respondent telegraphs as a result of a trip
through Central and Southern Illinois that
the peach crop In Central and Western Illi
nois and pttit of Missouri is practically
wiped out. but that in the southern part of
the State the buds are nil In excellent con
dition on all varieties of fruit.
i Tbe NmlerUnd Kot iifsat.
j Philadelphia, Pa., February 8. A
I ipecial cable from Antwerp gays the steam
ship jseaeriana passed Sclliy island ou
Monday lat and that no unusual bad
weather had been reported. This makes
ber reported loss uullkely. ' The bottle
found on February Wh is considered a
A Scanty Foundation.
New York, February 8. The report
was published here of an accident y est or
day at Lotran Colliery, near l'ottsvllle,
Pa.. In which serious results followed. The
story has every scanty foundation, a few
men having sustained trivial Injuries on
ly. Wholeaul Boily.NoAtcblng.
Montreal. Februarys. ItU stated one
hundred and fifty bodies have been stolen
from grveards'ln the vicinity of Montreal
durlnu the winter, half of which were sent
to medical schools In the fcufs.
14m ol Stock lu Teut.
OALVEriTON.Tf.X. .February 8. The losl
to stockmen throughout the state by the re
cent cold snap will not exceed five percent.
Toronto, February . The Roval Opera-house
burnt this morning. Loss $"&,
000; Insurance, :n, OCX).
In New York, on Wednesday, thn Jury
which was trying tho case brought by King
Leopold II., of tyigluin. for the recovery
of i00,(oo wortn of securities captured
from Canon Brnard. the defnu.lng Ro
man Catholic dlgnliary of Belgium, by
Sheriff Howe, was served with an order
restraining them from further action until
April, In order that thu King may havo an
opportunity to produce certain' nuccaaary
pi.nborlnir ( Inaa In w Enaiand.
Wahiiinotov, February 8. The Senate
Committee on Education and Labor resumed
Its Inquiries and examined Frank K. Fos
ter, secretary of tlm Massachusetts Feder
ation of Truilo and Luboti Union. The
witness made a general statement as to the
condition of the laboring classes In New
England In general and Massachusetts lu
particular. Speaking of the moral, Intel
lectual and physical condition of printers,
as a class, he said that the lines of
caste were growing more and tnore
clearly defined each year, and that iu New
Knglatid, ut leat, the w orship of God had
ceased lo level all distinctions amonir men.
Tbe mill operatives ot New Fnglaud, as a
class, are perhaps tbe worst off, and their
present condition Is sure to produce an en
feebled race of men and women in the next
generation, as the same conditions have al
ready done lu England. The working peo
ple lu Massaehuseits are better off than
those of ho other New England States, on
account of the enforcement of the ten-hour
law. The hours of work In Massachusetts
are put at sixty per week, w hile lu tbe
weaving district of England they are but
fifty-six. The wanes are about the same.
Since 1878 the avernge dully waire increased
6.9 per cent. , while the average cost of the
necessaries of life, Including meats, buead
stuffs and vegetables, dry goods, boot,
board, etc., Increased 21.2 per cunt.
Little Chnnc lor th T-riR 1)111.
Washington, February 8. There
seems generally a depression among those
who had hoped for tho passage of the tariff
measure this session. The progress Is so
slight and the feeling between the House
and Senate Is growing so serious that there
seems but little prospect It can get through.
Mr. Burrows, of Missouri, in an Interview
with your correspondent, said he bad Hula
hope" of the passage of the bill, as the
progress was so slow thit the only possible
plan won d be to rush through some con
ference blil In the dark, and be added,
"When you kiss in the dark you are not
exactly sure what vou are kissing."
Clar'dv mvi he thinks there is little proa-
fieet of' :he pasae;e of the bill. Biand
hlnks It uncertaiu, but as there is no ac
counting for the Republican partv they may
force it through vet. Cocknll say that
while he has believed the Republicans
would yet push tbe hill through, the de
lay begins to causo hlui to doubt their sin
cerity. Star Booto Trial.
Washington, Februarys. In the Star
route triil. the route from Vermillion to
SWut Falls being under consideration,
Alex Miller, sub-c-intrtor,- said the mall
sometimes consisted of postal cards and
sometimes two or three letters. It might
have averaged three letters daily. It was
not the labor of hauling that postal eard,
but the time he hitd to make, tint had run
his horses down.
Wilson "They werealittle bit thin r
Answer "You bet." (Laughter.)
Biss-"Dlc1 vou get thin?"
An-wer "Yes sir; but I never had a
better appetite In my life." Laughter.
The Harrison Wire Company.
Washington, February 8. The peti
tion of the Harrison Wire Company, of St.
Louis, referred to in these dispatches on
Monday, was the subject of a vigorous
speech lu the Houe by Morrison, of Illi
nois, and he showed that the company bad
been deterred fcrni developing its Inter
ests in .NMithern Illinois and Missouri by
the Be-emer Company, lie urged that,
iu framing tbe tariff bill, this monopoly be
no Imiger allowed to override the Interests
of the masses of the country lor the bene lit
of a few capitalists.
Washington. Februarys. A commit
tee has been appointed by the Secretary of
the Treasury to Investigate the clrcumstancs
attending the !s of the numeral stumps
figure, tbe one used In printing the tint of
the International stamps, which have been
missing from the Bereau of Engraving and
Prlntlns since January 31st, last. The
committee is to determine where the re-spon-ibility
for the lis rests and whether
the use of the set of numerals to which the
lost stamp belonged shall be continued.
Washington, February 8. The Pah
Lie Indians of .Nevarta, who rerused to go
on a reservation, are starving, and have
appealed to tbe government tor aid.
Washington, February 8. The Presi
dent laid before the Senate a memorial of
the Legislature of Kansas with reference to
pleiiro-pneumonlti in rattle.
After a brief executlv" session the Senate
took the tariff bill up and consideration of
the free list began.
The Senate went back to tbo paragraph
passed over in;ormallv yesterday laying
duty of $1 per ton on "atones unmanufac
tured or uudresned, freestone, granite,
sandstone and all building or monumental
stone, except marble not siiedully enu
merated." The suggestion having been
made that the language of the provision
would apply to stone coining In as ballast,
th paragraph was modified by striking out
"stones unmanufactured or undressed,"
leaving It to apply to fieestone, sandstone,
irranite and ull' buildlug or monumental
stone, except nvirble not dressed nor pe.
A pending amendment to add "and upon
stones as above hewn, dressed or polished
il. Viper ton" was agreed to. Aye 81,
noes iii. Asphaltuin and bitumen were
aided to the list.
Ingalls moved to add "books, pamphlets,
bound or unbound, and all piintedinatter
not specially enumerated or provldetWor In
this act, euttravinifs bound or unbound.
etcMuf!. Illustrated books, maps aud
The parugraph (truck out of Schedule M
vc.tcrduy was agreed to. Aye 2tt, noyi
Senator Morrill said that later he would
ask another vote on this question.
Wasimnoton, February 8. A Joint res
olution passed to admit free of duty a mon
ument to George Washington to be Import
ed by society of Cincinnati. ,
The House then went Into committee of
tbe whole on the tariff hill, the pending
amendment being those offered bv Messrs.
Tucker und My... son, fixing the duty on
steel rails at seven-tenths of one cent per
pound and $15 perton respectively.
Mr. Tucker withdrew bis amendment
and accepted Mr. Morrison's, fixing ths
rate at if 15 perton.
Several umondmcnti were offered and re
jected, and after a discussion of some
length tho committee fixed the duty on steel
railway burs and railway bars mada In part
of steel, weighing more than twenty-five
pounds to the yard, to (15 per tou, by
votflof 110 to 00.
The standing vote was 104 to 82, and
when Kclley demanded teller MeKenzIo
sarcastically appealed to him not to ob
struct the passage of the hill. '
Mr. Curtln offered a proviso that all iron
bars, blooms, blllcla of size or shape ot
tnv kind In tho nmnufacture of which
charcoal Is used as fuel, shall be subject to
a duty of 422 per ton. Agreed to by a vol
of (it to I t.
On nioilon of Mr. Haskell tho duty on
bars or shapes of rolled Iron, not specially
enumerated was changed from one ana
tbrce-teulb cent to one mid two-Unlh
cents per pound, and the dulv on the sec
ond classiiicalion of bur Iron from 'iih und
two-tenths lo one aiiii.Diie-li.'iillij cents per
By a vote of IU to W the clno-n relative to
bar Iron was amended so a- io rnd ns fol
lows: "Iron In bais or buinlh's, rolled or
haniniered eoinpii'iiiig tlui' n t less than
one Inch or uniiv tn.m h; Inchc-. wide, imr
less than ihreo-ciitiulis of an i.uii or mure
than two Inches line!, :; roumls lid less than
three-fourths of an Inch, nor moro than
two Inches In diameter, und squares not
less than thrco-fotirttiH of an Inch
nor more thun two Inches sijuare,
nine tenths of turn cent per
pound; comprising flats less than three
eighths of an Inch or moro thaii two Inches
thick or li'-s than one inch or more than six
Inches wide; rounds less than three-rourths
of an inch or more t haul wo inches in diam
eter, and squares less than llirce-fouiths
of an Inch or more than two Inches square,
one cent and two-tcnihs of one cent per
"pound; but ull Iron iu slabs, blooms
loops, or other forms, less lin'.slic 1 than
iron In bars and more advanced than pig
Iron, except ;istnrjrs, shall be rated as Iron
In bars and pay duty accordingly, which
shall not be ut a less rate than r per cent.,
ad valorem." Before being amended, the
85 per cent, clause applied to the whole
BERLIN, February 8. Tbe Reichstag
voted 100,000 marks for exploring Ceutral
the pope's rbplil.
Berlin, February 8. It is Announced
from Rome the Pope has replied to the let
ter he received recently from the Emperor
Paris, February 8. TheocUlists in
France have decided to convene a meeting
with a view to organizing to be In readiness
for the antlcipnt'-d ktenei ul tied ion for
members of tbe Chamber of Deputies.
London, February e. The survivors of
tho disaster of the stcau er Krnmure Castle,
which foundered In the Bay of tli-eav on
tbe 2d Inst., existed three days by chewing
a flannel vest. Tbe third ollii er became
starving mad and Jumped ovei board, but
DCBLIN, February 8. Davltt, Healey
and Quinn, arrested some time ago for
making Inflammatory speeches, refused to
give bail aud were Indued iu Kiluiainbain
Jail tor term ot six mouths,
Dublin, February S. The trial of
Dowling for the murder of Policeman Cox
Archbishop McCabe 1 better, but still
in a communication asking tbe attendance
of Irish members In the House of Common
at the opening of Parliament next week,
says an event of tbe greatest Importance to
Ireland will be discussed.
A preliminary meeting of the party will
be held on the ilth to con-ldcr toe action
of Irish members during the session.
Paniell, writing to Joseph Wulsh con
cerning a possible vacancy In the rcpreent
stlon of Countv Mavo. deprecated the elec
tion of a member who refuses to take his
seat. If the time conn sfor the Irish mem
bers to retire from the House of Commons
he says they should do so iu a body. He
earnestly advocates the udnptlon of some
system of pecmilury compensation for mem
bers. If the constituencies do not make an
effort In that direction be would be obliged
to consider whether he could persevere In
the thankless task of endeavoring to keep
together an Independent Irish party.
nofiS-Fttlrlv ociivc. 5c and 10c hlcher;
light i 'Waii 70'; mixed packing ji 'AVntl 75;
heavy packing anil shipping .VI 7 .Vet 7 15.
CATTLE Strong; exports V yoriO 30;
good to choice H ibrd't SO; common to fair
44 45fa5 10; butchers' 4-' 5oril tw; stocker
43 'Mai 05.
HOGS Light to Kood Yorkers $8 iOm
50; mixed to good packing Jti MM 80;
butchers to extra ,Ydi no; a few extra
sold at 47 15; skips and culls 45 Wal.
CATTLE- Light shipping 44 dr5 25;
heavy shipping steers 5 25ft 5 75; medium
to choice butcher steers 430ft 4 05: fair na
tive stock steers av. 700 to sou tbs $M3 75;
good to prime native cows and heifers 43 75
(d-i 25; native steers and heifers 4dfo4 75;
cows and calves $1S340.
SHEEP-Qulet but steady nt $3 2.V34 for
common to medium; 44 50ra4 75 for fair to
good; $.Va5 50 for prima to fancy stocker;
Texuu $2 7&fo4 50.
WHEAT-February 41 WHi March $1
07; April 41 08; May 41 12XftK.
CORN-February MX; March 58 X;
April 581: May 5l.
OATS-February 38 ; MarchTiSK; April
88 K; Muy41.
WHEAT Higher. February 4110 8-4
b.; March 41 il 1-2 and 6-8 b.; April
II 12 7-8 to 41131-b; May $114 1-3 to
4114 3-4; June 41 13 5-8 b.; July $1 09
and 1-4 b.
CORN Higher. February 618-4 and
7-8 to 61 7-8 and 51: March 52 1-2 to 62 3-4;
April" 63 1-2 and 5-8 b; May 64 3-8 and 1-2
to 64 7-8; June 55 b,
OATS-Dull. Febniarj'38 7-8 to 88 3-4;
March 8 b; May 40 1-a and 1-4 to 40 1-8.
WHEAT HiW higher; strong and ac
tive business In option; No. 1 while 41 15 '4 ;
No. 2 red February 41 IflKft-K; .March
fl lOXffiJl; April 41 Z2(iZ ; May 41 23
CORN -V'l higher; aotlve; mixed Wes
tern soft tyw7." H ; future 7t)ft7'" ,
OATs-Va1 better; Western 47053.
TALLOW-Urm at 8 7-16.
Country Produce Etc
BL'TTER Creamery Good to cholo
84ft.3rt. to 874' 33 for fancy selections. Dairy
Choice to fancy 2ft30, occasionally t
shade more Is obtained In a small wny; fair
to good "JiiiwaS; medium to full- 25; com
mon at Wa If. Noar-by make sells fairly,
If choice rspped, atl5fal7, but common
to fair did' and slow sulo at overl'j'aK).
EGGS-Fresh at 80, but market weak aud
DUL.sSLl) POULTRY All kinds of
poultry scarce. In good demand and Ann.
We quote: Turkeys Rough, thin or exits
heavy lfV?I17; choice (light and medium
weights) well-dressed 18; Chickens Small
and rough 4i2 50; fair to pood 42 V5W:i25;
Choice jS.WM 75; fancy $lftlV'i: (icese
Small. thin and red 4a ."rf't fir 'a I ft-H
choice 45ft5 50j fancy Wd', pucks
Small, poor and rough 42 50ft:j; medium to
good 3&0f3'4; choice 44 25ft4 50; fancy
TALLOW Prmand brisk at 7 VoH for
prime and stiicilv prima In oil bids; 7 for
choice cake; 7Uft7H for Irregular packages
and falling off lots! U.Vtf7 for grease tallow.
APPLESBcn Davis 43 WWI, Wlnesap
$'lft3 35, Genet Ing 43 60I&3.
LivkuTooi,. Wheat Western winter
Ds t d; No 2 spring Us 6d; No 3 spring 8s (id.
MI.miiI Western corn strong at (Is lid. De
mand from L'nltod Kingdom and Continent
good for w heat and corn.
Bacon-Long clear dull nt 48s (Id; short
rib divil al 60s. Lard-l'rlino western dull
at57sd. Com Old mixed steady ot 8
lOKdi new flriiici at OsSd. WheatNew
westsru winter tlriuur at l d.
HAS DEEM PROVED
Tho GUREST CURE for
Does a lame back or dlaordcmd nrtna Indl-
oatathntyou ore a victim THEN DO NOT
HESITATE, im Kidney-Wort at onoa, (drua-g-UU
reoommandUlantl it willopeedlly orer
looma tho d'.uoasa and restore healthy action.
I ear?, I AO 1 or oompiainta poounari
buUlwaa to your aox, aucliaa pain
and wcakneaaos, Kidney-Wort u unaurpaaaad.
aa it wiU act promptly and safely.
EltberBox, inoonunenoe, retention or urine,
brio- duat or ropy depoeita, and dull draggta
palna, all apeaduy yioia to ita curative power
IJ. BOLD EX ALL DBUOOISTS. rrloa at.
Imvo oreseribed K iiiii.i W.ir! wlili vkiiy n k t
C'B-s In aaroru or mo e ohll'i .lit of Kid-
ami 1. 1. cr irnune-, also fir lunula wo,k
a rblliu C. liallou. M. I).. Monition. Vt.
'My wife has been much at NsriTni irom the use
Ki'lnev-Uort. blm h m ablnsv and oth -r Com
aiuts." wrltea to Itev. A II. Coleman, Fayette
le.Tr.u. IS A SURE CURE
for all dlaeasea of the Kidneys and
It has spaelflo action on this moat important
Organ, enabling It to throw off torpldlt? and
I inaction, stimulating' the healthy aeomlon of
' tbe Bile, and by eepin( tha bowels In Ire
. oocdiUon, effecting- lu recrular discharge.
JFlnlnvIt If you an suffering from
lelillUI Ida malaria, have the olillla,
re Bllioua, aywpcpiia, or oonaapa wa, juaney
Wort will surely relieve and quickly euro.
In tha Bprlng tocU naothe&ystcm, try
one ahould take a thorough eouree of Ik
U- 80LD BY DRUOCISTS. Prlcrttl.
'! um a liv'iyir a vocafn .,r thn virin.. itm.,.
Wo t I llir.T I nntulil ajnnr 1mm 1 ,. riix.r
der It cc i-.sa Me " -,I no O NeriD", Si,ii"fie:d.
mo TUE DFBMANrNT PflDP f 3il
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE 1 r
Ho other dUeaaa la so pre Talent In thla eoun.
try aaCosaUpaUon, and na remedy haa (Tar
equalled the celebrated Kidney-Wort u a
cure. Whatever the eauae, however o UUnate
the eaae, this remedy wiU overoome it.
Dll ITQ THJ3 (Ustreuing com.
I B.ve yiUint ia very apt to be
eompllonled wltheoneUpation. Kidney-Wort!
Iitrongthena the weakened parts and quickly
curea a'J kinds of FUea even whetk physiciana
lana Biemainaa nave ueioro iweo.
4- tWU yon v miner of theea trrmbloe
PRICISI.I uset OrueK'at Gel
il.OllNt:l)lllltflM. il. kif I'a (.triu. ft.. I.
yl-ii! to Kli'n 'V-
W.irt f n hi mi, e fl -nw lr w v-'kt s
'CO Ks-Kfl. '
D . I'hilliiC. Ilsliou, MoiiKtou, Vt
Apr S Si.
HE GREAT CURE
Aa It is tor oil tha painful diaraara cf the
KIDN&Y3, LIVEP! AMD BOWELS.
It oleansce the avoirs cf I'm ift-M
that cauaca U:e dreatUU euffi-rir.g which1
only tbe virtlrca of Kheumatim e-n realize.
- THOUSANDS CFCASC3
tha wont for-uj cf U..J lerr.';! d'jeaac
have been quickly relieved, and In ;ort Lac
nun, si. norm 03 dev. sold r. ucrccsm.!
I;ryes.n isti! Iirmeil,
I. ntCH AHDHOsf Co.. I-Va-t- V
"i c j'u Di.d in r incnt f..r mv ki n. cini.l.if t
and rhi-um iini." writes Mr. A. I. Ii..rr, ofi'm.
pie s Mi;. Fl.ejbia. n ull i was ckkd v K'di.ey
mint r.ip. re. mcHiei.i lo lUi'irjciin. caused
Mr. Ib'rr'a uleord'-rs.
AlJE OF tVEKY DAY OCCUKKENfE.
Not s HIS'JLK INSTANCE ON IIP.ooi'.l) lo the
ia-t . 5 jcars Hhiry ouenf
Tins been hrokeo open hy bnri;!ir and rnb'ien.
Hall's Standard Patent Fife-Proof
Have NEVER FAILED to
PRESKRVE their CON
It Is awull-lcnnwo fart that thi-re la SO MAPK
marts tn the vwir d Tit AT OIVK-4 AH UhK AT UK
( UlilTY AS'JIIE HALL'S HA FK.
They always prot' Ct their rootents
iVrsnns lnivinjr Valuables f-lKmiil not
lie without a HullV ifafe.
Hull's Safe & Lock Co.
JOSKPII 1. IX ALL, Prrnlilent.
CINCINNATI. NEW YORK, CHICAGO.
LOUISVILLE, SAN FKANCISCO,
HT. LOCIS, CLEVELAND.
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Read and Circulate.
The Illinois Central R.R. Co.
Koi partlenisrs Inquire of
M. i AsTKUIYAC '..
Arts, fori ('. K. H. I.sndr,
J i A It'V "KA UNO
ItrWii have an onlur on tha Mati'tl Kiiirers
for One of ibu Aljuve "Hind Carts)" will now
offer tbe ssm at a low llgnre to sny ons deslroiia
of purehaslng. Call or address this nfllcs.
Will sell any of da remaining binds at one dol
lar piirne.ro les than the present one"', from this
time until the (lrt dsv of O-loher, 1sS4. Alter
th'it ilsti tho present prl- e will lie restori d. All
who desire t" piircbs-e should aval thefs I es or
this liberal ofTor at nnco. P. I'AtiOV,