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The Dailv Bulleiiu.
SATURDAY, MARCH 29. 188 J.
CAIRO CIII LIM FEED and
Commercial Aw, let. 8th & 9th St.
Good Turnouts at Reasonable Bates.
Vllovm'u boarded and well curod
TELEPHONE NO. 11).
LOUIS C. HERBERT,
(Succes.sc r to Chas. T. Xewland and
Plumber, Steam and Gas Fitter,
Commercial Ave, let. Tenth and Ele
venth St3 ,
CAIltO, j : : ILL.
Drive Well Force and Lift I'umpi furnished tod
put up. Assent for the Celebrated
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP",
the bent pump ever Invented. New Gas Futures
furnished to order. U d f ixtures repaired and
("Jobbing promptly attended to. 319 tf
Clarkson & Bowers,
No. 30 Mth !rt , :airo, 111.
tJrGood Stock and Prices Reasonable. .1
lal. B. SMITH.
CUB BUT A. SaUTIi.
Grand Central Store.
OA IRQ. - - ILL.
The Kegnlar Cairo & Paducah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
HENRY E. TAYLOR. Master.
GEOI'.GE JOBEs, Clerk.
Leaves Ptducah fnrCtiro dally (Sundays except
ed) st 8 a m., and Moond Cltv at 1 p. m. Return
ing, leavei Cairo at 4 p.m. ; Mound City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, Tadncah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For 1'adncnh, Smlthlanrt, Dycrsbtfe, Kddyvllle,
Canton, Dover, Clarksvllle and Nashville,
mi B. S. RHEA.
J. S. tYNKK..
Leaves every Monday m irnlnu at 10 o'clock a.m.
W. II. CIIEREY.
WM. STimR Maater.
FELIX URASrY Clerk.
L AVi t every Fr day morning at 10 o'clock, mak
ing cloe connection! at Nashville with the L. A
N . R. R. and N. C R. K. for all points south,
with the Upper Comb rlsnd Packet Co., for all
points for the I'pper Cumberland. For frci(?ht or
panne.! eppiy cm board or to W. P. Latnbdin,
fpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, Illinois.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking: business
THOS. XV. HAJLLIDAY
JNTERPRiSE SAVING BANK
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
TIIOS. "V. IIALL1DAY,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street
P. nUOSS, President. I P. NKKF, VlcoPreVnt
II. WELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kerth, Ass't cash
F. Brnst . Cairo I William RltiiO. .Cairo
Peter Neff " William Wolf..., "
U. M . Osterloh " I 0. O. Patter
K. A. Budor " I II. Well
J. Y. CloruFou, Calodonla.;
'A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS DONE,
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid li
the Savings Department, Collections made and
all baslaoss promptly mended to,
BRAINS HER BABES,
A Manlao Mother Blows Out tho
Brains of Two of Her
Method in Eer Madnesx, and Economy oi
Ammunition The Fell Work
of a Single Shot.
She Then Retires to Another Room, Re
loads the Gun and Takes
Her Own Life.
II'jkxe.sviu.k, X. V., March 29. Mrs
Henrietta Woodward, tho divorced wlft
of Charles A. Woodwurd, who has beer
living with a man named Orriu Parrel, al
Wellsville, Allegheny County, N. Y., tc
whom she had born several children, sho'
two of the youngest through the head yes
terday and then shot herself. One of tin
children died soon after. The woniai
died about four o'clock this morning
and the little boy expired at seven this
forenoon, having lived twenty-one hours
with a bullet through his brains. The
young victims were Sammy, four, and
Rosy, live years old. The mother placed
the little Innocents buck to back, when,
taking a small gun from the older boy,
who was starting out to shoot birds, she
placed the muzzle against the brow of the
boy ami pulled the trigger, the ball
going through the brain of each, then,
leaving her victims with her other
boys, the maniac mothertook a teaspoon,
and using it to pour powder into the
gun, loaded It, went into an adjoining
room, placed the puzzle to her own head,
and completed the tragedy. Farrel, the
father of the children, was a laborer at
an adjoining foundry, and appears to
be a shiftless sort of a fellow, as his
home was a poor apology for the name.
He had been living with the woman be
fore Woodward received a divorce from
her, which was in 10.
A year ago the County Superintendent
of the poor was notitlod that she wa3
considered to be insane and requested to
take steps to have her secured. He had
two physicians examine her and they rec
ommended that she be sent to the County
House for ;a w hile, as w holesome food,
cleanliness and pure air might aid in a
cure, or if she was afflicted with
insanity it would soon develop it
self. Her husband refused to allow her
to go, and as the physicians did not cer
tify that she was insane she could not be
removed against her wishes. Last De
cember she sent a note to her physician
requesting him to send for a book on
"The Black Fit," which was advertised
in some paper. He refused, when she
became quite persistent in her requests,
seuding the children to him several times
with notes importuning him for the favor.
It is expected the three bodies w ill be
buried this afternoon. Large crowds
hang around the miserable quarters.
The End Approaching.
Sr. Louis, Mo., March Mrs. Riley
seemed to be rapidly growing worse this
forenoon. The Inflammation that the
doctors feared had set in, and she was
suffering terribly. She slept part of the
night, and seemed better this morning,
but soon began to fail. An aunt watched
with her. The sufferer spoke little, but
toward morning she asked:
"Aunt Jo, did he shoot me after I fell
down?" There was no reply, and a little,
while afterward she asked:' "Aunt Jo,
did he say anything to me when he fired?"
She called her boys in this morning and
talked to them a little while, but said
nothing about their father. Stewart, the
oldest, aged fourteen, received the fol
through the mail this morning:
St. Lolls, Mo., March 27, ISSi.
Master Riley: The Post-Dlnpatch is
certainly doingyou a great wrong in calling
you a bright little fellow. Not only that,
but you are a very mean, low being. You
acted as an Informant against your poor
mother to your father, and now you in
form against her to reporters and the
public. I supposed the Coroner was too
much of a man to put such questions to
you as he did. Aud you thought he did
not kuow how to question. Any child
that acts your part againsta loving moth
er that has nursed ami cared for him is
not worth living. We hope you may
some time suffer for it. Many Ladies.
The letter was written in a tolerable
hand, and addressed to Master Stewart
Riley. Some of the neighbors are pre
paring a statement aa to Mrs. Riley's
An Old Han Pushed Under the Cars.
Alton, III., March 28. The Spring
field accomodation train on tho C. & A.
Road arrived late last evening aud stop
ped only a moment at the depot. Captain
John Cotter was a little slow In alighting
from the coach in w hich he came aud was
pushed off just as he reached tho lower
step. The train was in motion when ho
fell aud the wheels of tho last coach
passed over his left hand, almost cutting
It off. Ho was also bruised about tho
bead and shoulders, As he Is quite an
old man, it is feared the wounds will
Something: Bin in Oil.
Pittsburgh, Pa,, March 23. There is
much excitement in the oil trade over anew
well at Dubois, Clearfield .County, The
derrick and approaches to the well are
tightly boarded up and no person except
the workmen are allowed within the en
closure, Even the employes have been
obliged to take an oath of secrecy, Sev
era! scouts from the Bradford regions
have been thore within the paat few days,
bat when the attempt was made po ex.
amine tho workings of the alleged mys
tery they were firmly denied admission.
It Shook the People TJp.
Macon, Ga., March 28. News comes
from tho interior of Laurens County of
an earthquake which shook op people
of that county and sot many of them
to praying, One fanner says hs
ymt awakened by U shock, whlct
If a heavy freight train was passing, but
no explosion was heard. Major Perry,
wiiose house Is ou high pillars and tall,
was very much excited, believing his
house would tumble down, no great
was the nhock and of such
long duration. Mr. J. C. Scar
borough says that it commenced some
thing like distant thunder, with two or
three peals In the north or northwest,
and then a loud rumbling or roaring
sound, which seemed to come nearer,
until a jar or quaking was felt very tteusl
bly, and th.it from the time he first heard
the explosion until the house ceased to
shake, was perhaps two minutes. All
testify that it was not a jarring of the
housesbut a real shaking. Whether it
was the explosion of a meteor or some
teing more terrible, it was certainly
different from anything ever felt
in this country before. Parties
from a neighborhood fifteen miles
east report about the buiuk sensa
tion that was felt here. One man
having fear of a cyclone, had a fearful
dream of one approaching, and woke to
find his house shaking and windows clat
tering. The sky was clear, and none of
the people saw any (lash of light, such as
sometimes accompany explosions of var
High Water at Alton.
Ai.to.v, Ills., March 28, The water is
near up to the floor of the Eagle Packet
Co. 's warehouse; the river is rising rap
idly. The Clarksville Packet Co.'s house
Is a little higher up, aud the water will not
reach it for a day or two yet. The low
laud in the lower part of the city is threat
ened. River prophets hereabouts say we
are bound to have a big freshet this
Boonville School-Teacher Bobbed
Hoonvillk, Mo., March 28. The resi
dence of Prof. H. T. Morton, of the
Boonville public schools, formerly of St.
Louis, was raided by burglars last night.
They carried off about 200 worth of
china, glass and silverware from the dio-ing-room
table and side-board. Several
trumps who have been loafing abont town
for the past week have been arrested on
A Decisive Decision.
New York, March 23. The decision ot
Judge Wallace in the case of the West
ern Union vs. the Baltimore & Ohio Tele
graph, says the act of Congress of
July 24, lSfiC, authorized any telegraph
company to maintain and operate lines of
telcL'miih alrmi' mtiv nnvt.rnnrl In thp.
I'uited States, and that all railroads in
the Luited States are such post-roads.
Death of a Venerable Manager.
IHfKAi.o, N. Y., March 28, lbftl.
Thomas Carr, the retired manager of St
James Hall and the old F.agle Street The
ater is dead. He was agr-d eighty-four,
and was the oldest living theatrical man
ager. He was widely known.
Rochester, N. Y., March 28. James
Bryant Jr., a well-known merchant of
Weed's Point, committed suicide this
morning by shooting himself through the
head. He was partly insane.
Mattoo.v, III., March 28 A conven
tion of about fifty of tho leading tilemak
cts of this part of Illinois met here las
night and "regulated" prices for tiling,
shutting off ruinous cutting in prices.
Resolutions of Respect.
New Yoke, March 28. A full meeting
of the Board of Directors of the
Western Union was held to-day. Resolu
tions of respect, and condolence on the
death of Augustus Schell, the late Vice
President, were adopted.
IlARTFonn, Coxn., March 23. The
Connecticut River has risen three feet in
twenty-four hours. Hundreds of acres of
meadow land on the north, east and south
are under water. At one point east o
the city the flood extends a mile inland '
The river is now rising.
Instructed for Blaine.
Wilkeshahee, Pa., March 28. Dele
gates of the First, Second, Third, Fourth,
Fifth and Seventh Legislative and Twenty-first
Scnatoral Districts, met this
morning aud elected II. B. Payne a dele
gate to the National Convention with in
structions to support Blaine.
Failures of the Week.
New York, March 28. Business fail
ures for the last seven days, reported by
telegraph to the mercantile Agency of R.
G. Dun & Co., are: . For tho United
States, 172; Cauada, 32: total, 2iH, as
against 213 for the previous week.
A Heavy Blow.
Wellington, Kan., March 28. A
heavy gale prevailed here yesterday af
ternoon, upsetting small buildings, tear
ing clown awnings and frightening the
timid. Wooden sidewalks were caught
Up aud carried across the street, No se
rious damage was done to life or prop
erty, The Tortuous Osage.
Osage City, Mo., March 28. The river
at this place has been rising very rapidly
lor the past three days, without the slight
est check, which has already caused it to
overflow its banks. Yesterday it was re
ported a rlso of about twenty-eight inches
had occurred within tho last twenty-four
hours, and it is still rising faster and
faster, It was raining very hard hero last
night. From this fact, with the big rise
coming from above, it is feared a big flood
will ensue, which would cause great clam
ago. The Last of the Robbers Taken.
Foiit Wohth, Tex., March 28. Wed
nesday night, at midnight, Rangers re
turned to Wichita Falls with Wyllo
Hayes, tho bank robber that escaped,
They had procured fresh horses, whllo
his horse had broken down, and he had
lost his pistol, Bnglcy, who was killed
In the bank, wa$ burled by tho Wichita
To Bear the Butter Murket.
Omaha, Nun., March 23. The Nebraska
and Iowa Packing Company dispatched
from tbclr warehouse at Nebraska City
Wednesday night, by special tratn over
tho Burlington Road, thirteen car-loads of
lard, amounting to over 500,000 pounds,
They aro now loading another train of the
same size, which will be sent out to-diy,
Aside from those shipments, the Com
pany holds 3,000,000 pounds of lard and
ap lipniegie quantity of cork,
A NATION MOURNS.
Sudden Death of Prince Leopold,
Duke of Albany, at
The Good Queen's Youngest Son the First
to Join the Prince Consort on
the Other Shore.
The Sad Event Brought on by Physical
Exhaustion Produced by So
London-, March 28. The Duice of Al
bany died at Cameg Instead of Nice. He
was seized with a fit, and despite the best
medical attendance, died without being
restored to consciousness. His physician
attributes Lis death to over-cxertloa and
fatigue, brought on by Indulging too
freely la gaieties. Last Tuesday night,
iu spite cf the orders of his physicians,
ho dauctd several hours and returned
was the youngest son of Queen Victoria,
and, next to the Princess Beatrice, the
youngest child. He was little more
than an infant when his father, Prince
Albert, died. From his Infancy he had
been delicate and was subject to fits,
an Infliction which he Inherited from
his mother's family. For years he was
confined to Windsor and Osborne, tmablo
to take part In the great public ceremo
nies lu which his brothers and sisters'
assisted, nor to mingle fn the festivities
of the court. He was of a rery re
served aud almost sullen disposition np
to early manhood, and his disinclina
tion to mingle with the world, to
gether with his fondness of books of a
sombre character gave rise to the rumor
that he was preparing to become a mmls
of the Church of England. II. R. IL Leo
pold George Duncan Albert, Duke of
Albany, was born April 7, 1853, and was
therefore thirty-one years of age. Ou
April 27, 18S2, he married the Frincesd
Helen, daughter of the Prince
of Waldeck, w ho was then twenty-three
years of age. A daughter, Alice Mary
Victoria Augusta Pannue, was born to
them on February 25, 1883. While on
his wedding tour through England he
was stricken with epilepsy, and shortly
afterward was compelled to leave tho
country for Nice, where he ar
rived shortly before Mr. Gladstone, who
was suffering from overwork at the same
At the time of his marriage there was
considerable discussion in Parliament
over the Government's bill making him
the usual allowance. The discussion cre
ated such a scandal that it is said tbo
Prince came very near calling npon Mr.
Gladstone to withdraw his motion.
Prince Leopold visited the United States
a short time ago, and in company with his
sister, the Princess Louise, and the Mar
quis of Lome, made a tour through the
country, visiting Chicago, Sau Francisco,
British Columbia, and returning by w ay
of Charleston, S. C.
TnE KKWS IN LONDON.
Londox, March 28. Considerable
gloom is cast over the city by the receipt
of a telegraphic message from Nice an
nouncing that the Duke of Albany, Prince
Leopold, died suddenly at his hotel
Liverpool. March 28. The Grand
National Race run to-day was won by
Voluptuary, Frigate second, Roquefort
third. Fifteen starters.
Loxdox, March 28. The court which
was hearing privately the suit of Lady
Colin Campbell for divorce gave a judg
ment to-day granting a judicial separa
tion on the w ifo's petition with costs.
WILL ASSIST IN THE CAPTURE.
Si'akkm, March 23. The Tenth Hus
sars, the York and Lancaster regiments,
and the Irish Fusileers have embarked for
home. The Sheiks of Samoran-d'Avillet
Hoorah tribes, representing five thousand
people in the district between Suakem
and Kassula, came in and promised to as
sist iu the capture of Oaman Digna,
whose prestige has been destroyed.
TAIXEUL RUMORS FROM KUAJiTOTM,
Loxdox, March 28. Telegraphic com
munication between Dongola and Berber
is broken. The Standards correspondent
at Cairo telegraphs that rumors are prev
alent there that Khartoum has fallen. It
is Impossible to confirm or contradict the
wild rumors current. The official world,
both civil and military, is waiting anxious
ly for news from General Gordon.
Loxnotf, March 28. The Manchester
Guardian asserts that negotiations aro
pending betweon England nnd America
with a view to adding to tho extradition
treaty a clause which Bhall cover the au
thors of tho dynamite outrages,
TWO TO MAKE A BARGAIN,
Paris, March 23. Za Vance has pub
lished an interview Its Berlin correspond
ent had with Minister Sargent in which
tho latter Is made to state that ho will re
fuse tho mission to St, Petersburg, and
will remain provisionally at Berlin,
CurcniSATi, 0., March fl8. Wm, Ber
ncr was qnitcly brought beloro Jpdge
Matthows at two o'clock this aftcfnSrm,
and sontencod to the Ponttentlary for
twenty years, the full Ilmtt of the law, It
is probable he will bo taken to Colninbus
by tho first train.
Nashua, N. IL, March 25. Tho Merrl
mao River begtna to Htam serious as?
'pect, It is twelve feat above krw-watet
mark and rurtrrg one Inch per hows and
has backed up on tho flat at t&e month
jof th Nashua Rirer, sirbttMrgtiif tho low
lands. Tore feet upro rffi will dv am?
A Missing- Maiden.
.Madison, Ind., March 28, Amanda L,
Stewart has mysteriously disappeared
irain iruiuuic c ounty, hy. sue was a
a young lady. .No c lews. Great excite
Bwiimouk, Mo., March 28. The por
trait of Pope Leo XII Ith arrived to-day
from New York to be placed on exhibi
tion before the public for a few days,
after which It will be sealed up and not
be opened until the Council mccLs,
The Contoocook Still Rising.
Coxiom;iM.k, X. II., March 28. The
river rose one foot last night, and tho
water now reaches the lower windows of
the buildings. A portion of the mill
flume Ls gm.!. Tho water Is sixteen
feet above low water level.
Highest Water for Thirty Years.
Dover, N. IL, March 2.. Tho volume
of water flowlug over tho Codieeo Dam
this morning, measured forty-six Inches
over the flush board, which Ls higher than
has been knowu for thirty years. Great
fear Is felt for the f aftty o the bridges
over the river.
Crashed by a Tree.
Independence, Mo., March 28. Dur
ing a heavy storm last evening a tree fell
upon IL D. Broiidman, living two miles
south of town, breaking both his shoul
der blades. It Ls thought he cau not sur
vive. The Kulghts Templar held a public in
stallation last night aud banqueted in tine
style the visiting knights from Kansas
City, Butler and ILirri.souville.
Excitement at Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, 0., March 28.-Judge John
son to-day imposed a tine of $:50 on Hensly
Meyers, tho juror who went to a plaintiff
iu a case and offered for a small sum to
procure a verdict in his favor. Excite
ment over the IJerner verdict is growing.
It is now reported that an organization la
forming among the Germans, not only to
hang Berner, but every other prisoner iu
the jail charged with murder.
The B. & O, Telegraph Company Ahead.
Syracuse, N. Y., March 28. The at
tempt of the Western Union to prevent
the Baltimore & Ohio Telegraph Com
pany, from taking possession of the
lines recently purchased by the latter
from the National Telegraph Company
has failed. Judge Wallace rendered a
decision in favor of the defendants. The
decision enables the Baltimore & Ohio to
secure throngh communication to Chicago
by the West Shore and Nickel Plate
Mexico to Chicago.
Chicago, March 28. The first through
train from Mexico arrived this morning
via the Chicago, Burlington aud tiuincy
road. It was haudsomcly decorated with
Mexican and American flags and flowers.
The occupants were forty Mexlcau ladies
and geutlemen, who left at once for New
York via the Pennsylvania line, and twenty
Mexican students for Notre Dame Col
lege at South Bend, Indiana. A great
crowd greeted thearrivalof the train with
Arthur Bancroft,' a brakenmn on tho
Burlington Road missed his footing and
fell under the train this morning. His
oociy was cut in two pieces.
Grain and Provisions.
FRIDAY, MAKCJI 28,
FT. LOO IS.
Cotton Tlijrhpr; raiddlinsr ll'iffill'o.
Floi k Steady; XXX to Ctioice, J.Tt!M.80s
Whkat Steady; No. 2, Hod, Jl.09vJl.09Mi
No. J lied, UliWTe
Uokn Firmer: No. 2 mixed, iTSlTfcci
No. S white mixed, toV&53'-,o.
C)ATS-liifher: No. 2, ;it Vi:ilo.
kye Mvaily : Xo. 2. 6: 4JjiiSc.
Toiiawo Firm: iiiK. common to choloo,
t.r(.T5(tiliM)U;- loaf; common red leaf, fS.UUii
lU.Uu; mM'lium fc tfoo.-l SiJ.OU'ftn.riU.
Hav Frairio $x.Vnjlto.OJ for prime; JI0.25
r.lu.M) (or choice; mixed i'MU for common
to prime: timothy llf'tUT lor prime to fancy.
liUTTiiu Firm: choice creamery, ItttsO-llo;
fancy, 34 0'Bic; dairy, (rood to choice, -WS.'Tes
and 28iUc lor select; low grades nominal.
Etios In demand tit lllc.
Fotatoks F.u-y; fancy, 42'i'5;4.': (rood to
choice, klc; common to nrituc, STKiloOo.
Point Firmer; standard mess, J18.00s
hard svle, SU.'.fi.
Laku Dull; primo steam, nominal at 0
Uacon Lonurs, 10'c; ehorU, 1010!ic;
clear rib, lue.
Wool Tuh-witslied choice, CWi.14',0; com
mon, SSiS-TUe; utiwiished.medluiu, 'M&Xi'ic; low
and coarse (mules, l.Vtllle.
Hidbs Steiiilys dry Hint, 8Lsc; dnmnjrpd,
LV4o; bulls or stairs, IDWIlc; dry salted, Wcj
dry-salted, damuired, lie; kip utitl calf, salted,
B!4o: damaged, T'o; bulls Hnd stags. Be;
green, uncuivd, SVie; dnmutrt'd, (i'ic.
Burner Fklts Steady; green, 80efj.$1.00; dry
do.(t)4i?0c., as to amount and qmility of wools
green shearings, -Wii-fOc; dry do, 102Uo.
WiiEAT-Firmer; March, Kl'ic; April, 83'jcs
May,HS'c: June, W-,c; July, DUkC
Cow Higher; March. 5l'4c; April, Cl'ios
May, 5fio: June, 57c; July, bc.
Oats Firmer; Mnreh, -ai'c; April,
May, Sl!4c; June, Xl'e.
I'otiK Stronger; March, $I7.8J; May,
flT.SO; Juno, S.w).
Laud Higher; March. $0.30; May, U.42!4;
Jtmn, J9.53',; July, J'JW.
Biiout Ums-Marcli, f9.3"",; May, (9.15;
Wheat Firmer; No, 2 Rod, April, fl.02'4;
Mny, tl.OIV, Juno, $1.05 'is July 11.05;
, Coun Steit'lv; Mixed Western, April Miles
May, Ip; June (t";e; July, ttlo.
Oats Firm; Western, U7i4tc; April,
BTo; MnyHS'iie: June, Uo.
Provisions Pork Dull; mess, $17,303
17.70. Litrd Lowers etoain, fJ.50.
Live Stock Markets.
Hons IfeeclpK T.M0; fairly netive and 5o
higher; light ij.5urU5: rough pneklng,
8.2iXti8.00; heavy packing and shipping, til.tiS
Octti.b rteeeliits, 4.0CO; active nnd steady,
rxivorts, lil.l.Viffl.iu; good lq choice, fo.iudj
.0i); eontm n to rnlr.f.'.Cin.tU
Phk.ki HeoeiptH, 2,W; common to choice,
f:).ecKfc V 6.
Catti as J Mill ; extra nlperMtUotna.fV.; fatt
to good, f ft.nCr-iJV-rV): light to medium, HtW
6,6)1; stockcrs, f 4.6n.1fi.--,5.
Runup Videtj fair to-good Western sheen,
4 r.tv. iK rtO. .lltninn rt ftiii,f 1. fr.d 1.1. Wa....
em Iambi. 15 WiCtf.V-.
nous mm, guini rq cnnioo i oncers,
tl,:0(RHo; good medium weights, tAtKXiJT.W;
Sattlr Receipt. 1,10(1; ftfeadyirmtlve steers
H to 1.804 11 . av. at fVltS Hti; mockers
knit feodftrs, t4.50ui1.no; oows, $3.7A3i.6U
Houa Kecelutu, ajVOt weaker and lowert
lou 214 to tut lbs. av, at u.lUa.W( mainly
Receipts, t.000; quletu satires, 75
tvtt its. (, imw
The'ReY. JE. Searles, of New 'York, fa
one of the most widely-known and highly
esteemed of Methodint ministers.
Mr. fletrta iy : " I im lmtirMuM tht It In ilntv
I owe to thorn .ffllcted with RheimiMt." or Neuril
gill, to My that remedy ku Uu dincuvered thit k
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What Air. Corbit Sayn
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ui iion , uu wan noi oui oi my noime lor
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