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BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING APRIL 15, 1884.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbioo. Backache. Headache, Toothache.
Store Threat, awe-lllng-a. Nprali, Uralifi,
Hume. cld.. I nnl II !!.
iD UL UIHIiR HIIIUI.T MS 1M A HM.
fell kt bnuutt eii l'lert rrtwbtre. rifl C'UU a bottls.
WW Inrctiooi in u l.miiuitri.
LIVER COMPLAINTS, o
Became It trta on the UYKU, BOWELS and
K1DNEVS it the same time.
Because It eleanani the system of the poison
ous humori that develop In Kidney and Url-
nary Diaeaaea, muouancu, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Piles, or In Baeumatisni, Neuralgia, Wer
vou Duortlprs and all Female Complaint.
IT WI1X, 8UBELT CTTEE
Br earning THEE ACTION of all the organ
ana functions, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
reatorlng the normal power to throw off disease.
THOUSANDS OF CASE8
of the wont forme of these trrnbls disease,
have been quickly relieved, and in a ahort time
rues, tt- I 'M' " "K "iiv. mild hv dkiguu-ts.
Dry can be cnt by mail,
WELLS. BICUAJIDSON 6t Co., Burlington, Vt.
3 iy-nd Un.p it liir? A..nac f r Iss.
I the seiison in which bad or poisoned blood is
most apt to show Itself. Na'tire, at this juncture,
needs somethiuc to as-ist it In throwing mr the lm
purities which Lave collected by the eluielh cir
culation of blood during, the cold winter month.
Swift's Specific ie nature's great helper, as It U a
purely vegetable alterative and tonic
Rev. L. B. I'aino, Macon. Ga., wr te : "We have
been using Swift's fspccitlc at the Orphans' Home
as a remedy (or blood complaint, and as a general
health tonic, and have bad remarkable results
Irom Its use on the children and employees of the
institution. It ii such an excellent tonic, and
keps the blood so pure, that the system in less
liabie to dieae. It las cured eome of our chil
dren of Scrofula.
W. H. Gilbert, drnjist, Albany. Ga.. write":
"We are seiliiii; Urj,'e quantities of Swift's Specific
for a spring alterative and general health tonic,
and with tne ben results. It is now tamely used
aa a preventive and cure fr Miliaria. There are
many remarkable evidences of Its merit in this
THE GREAT DRUG HOUSE IN CHICAGO.
We do not hesitate to say that fora year past we
save sold more of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.j than
another Il'.ood Purifiers combined, and with most
astonishing resu'ts. Due gentleman who used a
half dozen bottles says it did h'm more u od than
treatmeat which rest him Another who
nsed tt for a Scrofulous ad cuon reports a perma
nent cure from Its ns
VAN Ml A AC K, STEVEN SO & CO.
One gentleman who had been confined to hts bed
all weeks with Mercurial Ulieuiiiatirm has tit en
cured entirely ,and speaks hi the highest praie of
D.B.B. V. li I UK. M vV 11 & It It T ,
Our trcastise on Blood and Skin Diseases mulled
free to applicants
THE 8WI1T SPECIFIC CO..
Drawer a, Atlanta, Ga
New York Office, 159 Wert tad St.
The kidneys act as purlHere of the blood, and
hen their funtlione are Interfered wllh through
weakness, they need tonlnir. They become health-
"illy active by the uie of Hostelle r a Stomach
outers, when falling short of rellet Irom oiber
uurcee rhl superb stimulating tonic also pre
yents and arrests fever and aiue. consiinatlon,
complaint, dyspepsia, rhenmiitlsm and other
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the well-known ll"p I'liutrr. Comixnm!,), m It u of
the Bwdlelnal virtues of fro-h fl'M,, Hums, ll&lutn.
Extracts, It U Indeed th (( pain klllluir, stimulating,
eoothlax and tranirtbi'iiliiK Purous I'Irhkt ei r mulo.
Hop Ittuttr are .Id bj all druggist uid ootuitrj etorea,
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THE CHICAGO CONVENTIONS
Preparing on a Grand Scalo for
the Entertainuiont of
live Hundred Guests to Be Housed
the Eoof of the Palmer House
An Airy Aerie.
How to Securf Tickets to the Convert
tion John New's Mail Bags
1.200 Letters a Day.
Chicago, III., April f4. An army of
workmen are busy preparing the huge
Exposition building for the reception of
the "May Festival," which will he fol
lowed closely by the meeting of the Na
tional Kepublicau Convention, beginning
on Tuesday, June lid. An auditory is be
ing partitioned off in the main building,
which will be about half the size of the
Convention Chamber used four years ago.
At the previous convention time were ac
commodations for about 25,000 people,
but it was only on the opening day that
the seats were all occupied. It was soon
discovered that the chairman's voice
could not be heard iu the north end of
the hall, and thereafter the seats in that
quarter were deserted.
THK SEATING CAPACITY
this year will be nominally 10,000, but, of
course, a great many extra jeople w ill be
crowded In on the gallery benches. The
acou.stic properties of the great building
wre never satisfactory at the best; in
deed, it was not constructed w ith that
end in view, and its location is unfor
tunately so near the Central lUilwuy
Depot that the noise of the moving trains
is (i source of annoyance to a deliberative
assembly w ithiu its walls. However, this
is the only capacious building available
for the convention. The changes and
improvements this season will be a small
er auditorium, the removal of the stage
to the opposite end of the hall, and the
erection of an immense sounding board
over the stage. The latter innovation will
enable every person in the audience to
THE CHAIRMAN'S VOICE,
but it is feared it will be most unsatis
factory to the speaking delegates, whose
voices will be echoed and re-echoed from
the soundiug-board. The National Re
publican Committee appointed a sub
committee to take charge of the forth
coming convention. The sub-committee,
in turn, selected a local committee at
Chicago, and the latter has several branch
committees. Headquarters have been
secured for the various conventional
committees at 127 Dearborn street, and
the work of soliciting funds for the
necessary expenses of the rrreat meeting
is in progress. As the expense of trans-
forming the Exposition building will be
borno by the May Festival people, tbe
lU'pvibUeun National Convention and the
Democratic National Convention, the
share of each Is not over 816, but the
Republican National sub-Committee has
Instructed its local Chicago offshoot
to r.usk $23,000
in order that the tickets of admission
may be engraved, orchestral music ob
tained and other improverrents insti
tuted over the last session. The local
committee and Its branches are not In
Uw most complete harmony with the
Bub-National Committee, and there Is
sure to arise trouble concerning the
distribution of tickets sooner or
later. Indeed, the situation has al
ready become so strained that mem
bers of the local committee have re-qiRwU.-d
ail applicants for tickets to
write directly to Hon. John C. New at
IndianaiMjilM. This has evidently been
followed, as it is now reported that
Mr. New has four mail pouches of un
opened letters, and is receiving about
1,2mj favors by every mail. It was
originally Intended as a joke, but peo
ple all over the United States have
entered into it with such spirit that
Use volume of mail matter tlowing
towards Indianapolis is becoming enor
The hotels are making extraordinary
preparations to house the hosts of visi
tors expected at the conventions. All the
regular boarders must go, and every room
w ill hold Irom live to ten cots, i he
Palmer House, already eight stories high,
Ifl building a temporary wooden shed on
tint roof, in which to place 500 people. If
the elements arc propitious it will be a
delightful resort, but in case of a cyclone
or lire the destruction of human life
might be appalling.
CHA.vor. or name.
The Duihj 1'rcss, the ofllcial organ of
the city, and the only traight-out Demo
cratic paper priuted in English in this
city, will bo euanged to the Ewniwj Mail,
and the establishment will be moved
across the street from Its present location
on May 1st.
Wilbur F. Story, proprietor of the
Tinux, has returned from a three-months'
trip to the Michigan and other health re
itorts and is watching the completion of
his 81,000,000 palace on the Grand Houle-
Considerable Interest Is manifested
among the lovers of polite athletics iu the
grand fancy dress carnival to be given at
the roller skating rink on Thursday eve
ning next, lloller skating has been pop
ularized in this city.
HAS A (j UK Kit LOOK.
Fashionable Young Ladies Held
Kkaking, Fa., April 14. Miss Mamie
Ida Warren, aged fifteen, aud Miss Mary
Hchmehl, aged twenty-one, were arrested
and held to-day, the former on a charge of
perjury aud the other charged with
suborning and procuring a witness to
commit perjury. It is charged that Miss
Wurreti appeared before Aldernmn Fisher
and, reprv-Mcutlug herself as Miss Illank,
swore that John V. Estcrly, a well-known
young printer, was the father of her un
born child. Miss lilank Is a highly re
spected young lady upon whom F.stcrly
calls, lie was arreste-d and when told by
the Alderman who the priwcutrlx was he
maintaliHil that there was a serious mis
take somewhere. Afti-rgivlngball hecalled
Uku the young lady and wan surprised
to larn that ho knew nothing about the
matter. After the police had been In
furuKed Mhis Warreu was arrested upon a
OcserlptloB gtven by Alderman Foster.
She was brought before the Alderman
and fully confessed her guilt. She said
that she" had been told to do what she had
by Miss Schmehl, with whom she associ
ated, receiving as her reward fifty cents.
Miss Sehmehl was then arrested. They
are both prepossessing young women, ami
nothing Is known against them other than
the present charges. Miss Warren says
she did not know what she was doing and
Miss Schmehl will say nothing. It Is be
lieved by the police that a third party may
have been Interested, and that it was done
for the purpose of blackmail. Some inter
esting disclosures are expected at the
hearing Friday evening.
THK CKMA MTRIMIV HOMOCIDE,
The Absconding Husband Establishes
an Alibi- The Guilty Parties.
Camukidgr, Md., April 14. Cornelius
Murphy, the husband of Mrs. Cella Mur
phy, or Bush, on Saturday conclusively
established an alibi, and is now generally
acquitted of all blame In connection with
the mysterious tragedy. State Attorney
Henry and your correspondent on Satur
day visited the scene and discovered some
small pine slats clotted with blood at the
base of a sapling near where the body was
found. The old lady was reported to be
enormously wealthy, and this, it is now
believed, excited the cupidity of two
colored men. Tracks In the mud indicate
they went first to the house and ransacked
the building without success. They then
proceeded to the woods and confronted
the eccentric old lady as she was leading
a horse along the path. As shown by the
tracks she became alarmed and lied, when
they gave chase and forced her to the
ground. The print of her knees in the
soft earth was plainly visible. The fatal
blows were evidently struck while she
was in this position. The men next
dragged her further Into the woods and
cut her throat.
Frederick Cephas and Samuel McOlot
ten, both colored, living in the vicinity,
had acted suspiciously during the day ami
when tracks from the thicket In the di
rection of their houses were discovered
State Attorney Henry at once ordered
their arrest. McGlotten was captured,
but Cephas seeiug the crowd coming
across the plowed field, took to the
woods aud escaped.
CHIMIN A 1 UN l i CIRCt'M STANCES.
A colored woman living in Cephas'
house said that "Fred" had not acted
like the same man since the day of the
murder. She also found a spot of blood
ou Cephas' pantaloons on Monday,
which furnishes auother piece of circum
stantial evidence. At McGlotten's house
the family denied all knowledge of
his movements. A pair of his
shoes were obtained, however,
aud found to tit the footprints in the thick
et. To a neighbor McGlotten remarked
Thursday that he had dreamed Miss Celia
was killed. No effort is being spared to
capture Cephas. McGlotten will betaken
to Cambridge at ouce aud will W lodged
in jail. Cephas' capture is a matter of
time only. Already there has been or
ganized a company to lynch both men,
and the Sheriff is summoning a posse to
protect his prisoners.
Four Ice Houses Burning'.
Vincennf.s, I.'L., April it. A special
dispatch from Carlisle, about twenty
miles north of this city, this morning,
says the F.ugeae Ice Company's houses,
four In number, near that place, are ou
lire, and the rla.nes rapidiv spreading,
with no chance of saving the property,
which will entail a loss of about i5,0:),
making the second time within two or
three years that this company's houses
have been destroyed.
Hhe Coroner and a Special Grand Jury
Cincinnati, O., April 14. Coroner
Muscroft has begun an inqueat on the
victims of the late riot. He has selected
thirteen cases, intending to let that ex
amination cover the entire number.
far nothing has been elicited beyond the
testimony for the identification of the
dead bodies. It Is said the Coroner will
not make a searching Investigation, leav
ing that to be done by the Grind Jury,
which begun its duties this morning.
The testimony before the Grand Jury will
be given privately, and all witnesses will
be svvoru to secresy.
Another Mine Explosion.
Ei.iAiiKTii, 1'a., April 11. A terrible
explosion occurred at 5 a. m. in Wood &
Co. 's coal mine. James K. Fainter and
James Stenish, men of families and one
Woodward who were In the mine, were
killed. W. Summers and William Kent,
who were several hundred yards distant,
were injured. Men half a mile away
were knocked down by the explosion.
A Heavy Drawing of Coffee.
New York, April 14. It 1m reported
that the United States and iira.il mall
steamship Reliance, running between New
York and Kio de Janeiro, has been lost.
Her cargo contains, among other things,
7,000 baas of coffee. The Reliance is a
new boat. The report received at the
Coffee Exchange says none of the crew or
passengers were lost.
Cotton Goods Advancing,
New York, April 14. Low, Ilarrl
man & Co. advanced the price of Hheet-
Ings, shirtings and drills one-fourth of a
cent per yard. The Eaale and I'hoenlx
Manufacturing Company, of Columbus,
Ga., have decided to advance South
ern cotton goods on the loth Inst.
Salem, N. J., April 11. Gaynor'8
glass-works aud the oil cloth works of
Win. Morris adjoining, were burned'last
night. Loss $106,500. Several firemen
were Injured. About 200 men are thrown
out of employment.
Columbus, O., April 14. At nlno
o'clock this inorulug the Legislature ad
journed. The proceedings up to that
hour Iu both houses were somewhat tur
bulent, and a bitter party feeling was
manifest to the hist. The Keohler l'lpe
Line bill was defeated.
Run Down by a Train.
Chicago, III., April 14. James Maher
md his little child, Maggie, were Instant
y killed last ntKlit, by being run down by
i suburban train ou the Illinois Central,
it the Nlnety-llrst street eronriing. They
ere crossiiiK the tracks at the time of
Jie aceldcnt, Mrs. Malm going In advance
f them. She turned to await their np
jroach on the passaue of the train, and
tailing to soe them retraced her steps and
U ll over tbntr mangled remains.
FOR ALIENATED AFFECTIONS,
Tlio Itapudiated Husband of Poor
Eloy Chaco 8uoh for
The Unhappy Soquol to An Unfilia)
Daughter's Love and Clandes
Incompatibility of Disposition Which Lee"
to Desertion of Home, and Endc J
FitoviDEXCE, H. I.April 11. Nothing
occurring in this city iu the past decade
has equaled the tragic death of Kiev Ann
Chaec. Kiev, the unlv daughter of an old
aud well-kuown Quaker couple, lived with
her aged mother iu a little old cottage on
a road leading from the Taunton turn
pike, lirought up on the quiet, self-sacri-Ilciug
tenets of that faith, few, if any, sus
pected that she could possibly figure in a
tragedy which which would excite so
much attention. F.lcy lived with het
mother ou a farm, which had
been tilled by her father for many
years, and after his death it be
came necessary for the family to pro
cure the services of male help. It so
happened that a Swede, Niles Neil
sou by name, applied for work and was
engaged. Love chooses strange com
panions sometimes, and in this case
drew together in the bonds of friend
ship, which ripened into more delicate
feeling, this uneducated Swede and the
only daughter of the household. There
is evidouee that the courtship ran ou
smoothly, but unknown to F.lcy's
mother, and that the couple be
came very loving. The courtship,
carric 1 on clandestinely, terminated
on Sunday, October 21, lo, in an
elopement. Kiev, preparing for the
hasty marrage, setit Niles out for a
carriage, aud meeting him at the
Kvif OK HIE oi 1 .K,
having t'.rst told her mother tha she in
tended to go to the city on mi errand, got
into the buggy and rode to Fast i'mvi
deuce, here the services of the liev.
Leveret: S Wood worth were secured and
they were married. After they were
married Kiev asked Niles to keep their
wedding a secret for a few months. She
txpect'.d that their elopement would
cause trouble, but believed that in the
end the affair would blow over and they
would live happily together. Three days
Uu r, or o:i 1 etober 27, lo( Kiev left the
Ch.ice farm, aud was not to bo found by
her bus'. aud. That morning they had
; i-.i ! iu good spirits, and he hud gone
to h; larm work light-hearted and
contented. When he .returned she was
got:e, and he did not see her
agala uut.l the latter part of I '.. when
l-.e wis brought into court ou a writ of
habeas corpus, va his complaint. There,
much to his chagrin and disappointment,
she renounced bin aul the marrUge. and
declared that she
with him as his
did not desire to l:ve
wile. Laser thev went
ba:k to the farm aad to
b:;il.ii. as ;t
i ate breiu
g::r, i.id r. n
January 2, 1 1.
i. on the
he arose ir.
fast iS US'lil. bilt ije'Wi:'
o'clock grow rapidly i.l.
that night, after spring
t'.STOI.f) Aii;NY, IfE MED.
When the f an-nl w is held the hnsban-i
sought to attend t;ie services, but a
police officer, stationed at the door,
refused him adrni'-Unce to the house,
and under threa'x of arrest he quitted
the fa.rrn. An inquest was held, and
it w.u thru learned that the wife had
taken enough arieriic to kill a down
people. There were covert allusions
and insinuations, some of which were
ao wicked arid outrageous that a
second post mortem was held, be
cause It wa- alleged by Interested
persons that the arsenic found in the
wife's vital organs was surreptioiisly
placed there to throw a suspicion of murder
on others. The result of the inquet vs
the discovery that Elcy met her death by
arsenic poison. In the meantime the
wife's will was filed In the l'robate Court
of this city. She gave all the property re
ceived from her father's estate to her
mother. Neilson contested the probating
of the Instrument, and Judge Wescott
sustaining the will, an appeal was taken
to the Supreme Court, where a full trial
was held. Evidence was presented to
prove that Elcy was controlled by an In
explicable and irresistable lnllueuce
which Nellson had over her a sort of an
evil eye and that slie was led, despite
her feelings and desires to the contrary,
Into the trap which made her his wile.
THE WILL W AS st:STAINi:i.
and then Nellson brought suit against I)r.
Welcome . Hrovvn, Iluldah M. Iieebe
and Klcy M. Chace for 810, oi 0 dawiages
on account of the alienation of his wife's
affection, for not allowing him to attend
her funeral, und lor causing her death by
harassing her mind and driving her to
suicide. This case was entered at the
October term of the Supreme Court and
was heard on the defendant's demurrer to
the counts relative to the cause of the
death and to the refusal to allow the hus
band to attend the funeral. The demur
rer was sustained. Since then the plain
tiff has amended his declaration and to
morrow a jury will hear his case.
ON DOHSKY'S KAN CHE.
Where Colonel Tngersoll and Family
Will Spend the Summor.
Washington, D. C, April 14. Colonel
Robert G. Ingersoll and family will spend
the summer and part of the fall on the
Dorsey ranche in New Mexico. The Col
onel has had built an enormous log house,
handsomely furnished Inside with hard
woods, and twenty-three miles from a
railroad station. The Colonel will go
directly to New Mexico after the Chicago
Convention. It is not probable that he
will take any part In the campaign.
Book Manufactory Burned.
New York, April 14. Fire this morn
ing destroyed a four-story brick building
at 4$ Woostcr street, occupied by Andrew
McLean as a manufactory of books.
Loss, $7,000; fully Insured.
Struck By a.Tratn.
Trenton, N. J., April 14. Thomas
Tracv, aged fifty-two, was struck by the
New York Express train at nine o'clock
this morning, lie leaves a wife and
The Slugger's Habv.
Hoston, Mass., April 14. The wife of
form L. Sullivan, the famous knocker
ut, gave birth Sal unlay to it bouncing
iov. lie Is named John L. Sullivan. lr.
ii kin's kvipkxck.
Jii mis, April 11. A telegram from
Tubberciiriy, County Sligo, says: 1'. N.
Fitzgerald, the alleged Fenian arrested
O i Thursday last, Is to bu used by the
Government as a witness In the case of
conspiracy to murder, In which Jeremiah
Lowry, hotel proprietor; James Connolly,
taiior; Luke Armstrong, ex-suspect;
William Murphy, ex-suspect; 1. Gannon,
John Moran, V. Donohue, T. Higgtns,
Patrick aud Michael Durkan and several
others are charged with attempt to shoot
Sub-Inspector Puberty and the clerk of
the Union some years ago.
(i ki'.nstow x, April 14. Steamer Adri
atic, from New York, arrived this nioru
ing. Ti:u:;i:.vrmc i:ui:vmi:s.
Marquis Tseng, Chinese diplomate, has
been culled to Peking.
It is said that Congressman IJelford is
the father of the Giant boom.
The Illinois Democratic Convention
will meet in I'coria Wednesday.
Michigan expects a good apple crop,
but only half a crop of peaches.
Tin: French in Toliquiu have bombarded
and burned the town of lhmg Iloa.
The I'ope is said to be preparing an en
cyclical letter against secret societies.
A receiver for the Memphis & Little
Rock Railroad it to be appointed to-day.
Fighting has commenced in Cuba.
Twenty-eight insurgents were killed iu au
It is the opinion of the London
nham-ir that ,-if American law can
not reach the dynamiters it ought to be
A wholesale jail delivery was frustrated
by the jailer's wife at Milwaukee yester
day. The jailer was roughly handled by
Dr. G. !!. Tedder has been arrested in
Little Rock, charged with being 11. Ti ter,
who committed a murder at liullwln,
Mis.s., eight years ago.
Another murder is reported from Cin
cinnati. A barkeeper in striking a man
with a loaded revolver discharged the
Weapon, shooting a by-stander.
i wing to a belief that another Cuban
Illbustenng expedition had been organ
ized at Key West, Fla., the United States
steamer Tennessee is watching that har
bor, ready to pounce upon any suspicious
Among the corporations recently li
censed by the Secretary of State of Illi
nois is a gold uiiuiiigatid milliiigcoinpany,
with a capital of .."1,1100,01111. The incor
porators live in Chicago. Location of tht
mine is not stated.
There will be lively times in both
branches of Congress this week. The
tariff reform bill w ill be calie 1 up in the
house Tuesday, when the reformers will
compel opponents of the measure to place
themselves ou record. The posT-otlice
appropriation bid is expected to follow
t:ie naval bill in the Seuate.
Strikers Losing Their Grip.
Fail River. Miss, April 14. Th
eleventh week of the strike opisis with s
dec: led gain for the manufacturers
They are runnir.g more machinery to-day
th in as any t::ic during the strike. Man
ufacturers au 1 workers predict that th
tr:xe U approaching the end. Th
greater part ' the striKers' funds havt
be a exhausted and but little is comin
In from the- outside.
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, AI'UII. II, )JI.
M. I.Ot IS.
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2 Willie rilile.l, ;Y,', 'f..V,c.
Ovti sieiely; No. 2. :4t:i1c.
live l.ow.-r ; No. g, .1.1 d.Ve.
'i'oiiK i o I inn; rmrs. common to choice
f.j.Ti-'lo 11; leuf; common led baf, -.0J
In 111; medium to irood f 12 .VW.IT..VI.
M.iv I'ruirie ? lu uo'tl I for prime: HI..'1
T4I2 oi for choice; mi.veil fl'K"-U lor eotii'iioi
to prim'-; timothy fli'ilT lor prime to lancy
Hi'TTKit Sternly; -In dee to fancy creamery
dairy, kooiI to choice 'fn;S,v, un!
2--c. for m lections, low grades nominal.
Ki;;s u dik at I :.'.
1'otatok Very little demand for tmvthiiild
except choice M.-ci.ioi.k, which is in hiriit iii
ply. Ka-ti-rti. 41''ltc; Northern, :s-J', ;,e;
bottom and Illinois, I"i"i2.te.
I'okk Steady; standard mcHS, $17.50,
hard side, f IT. 12-j.
Laiio Steady ; prime steam, nominal at
llArov-Longs, U; shorts, clem
Wool. Tiih-WHslied choice, '.ItfCW ;; com
111011,2s (.:nc: iinwushci medium, ig;i:ic; low
and course grades, .V;4l!c.
JliiiKs steady: dry Hint. l!lc; diimaired, I'ic;
bulls or st .L'S. I')',, ''.I le; dry-altei, :ic; dry
suite I. damned, lie: kip and calf, suited, l ,e;
ilaiiiaed, "V: hulls and RtaifS, tic; gree'i, Ull
cured, d.iiniiircd, ti',0
SliCM' I'k.i.Ts Steadi ; irreen, stu.'rfl.fm.
dry do, O-'te'e., us to a iionnt and ijnality ol
wool; green siieiirimrs, 2"'l ic; dry do, l"i2Uc,
Viikt Dull; April, 7;!c; May, Kie;
June, s;, s.'fts.v ic; July. r,iu.
Coiin steady; April, lie; May, 4l"j0:
June, iVI '-.; July, ".2 ',c; Ainrust, .Vl'.e.
Oiis-Wiciidv; April 2s,e; -May, :i.'e; June,
rt.e.c: July. :t2e.
1'oiik -Weaker; May, flT.I:.' ,; June, f 17.27!,;
Jul', ?IT.:i7' ,r,.v.40.
I.AHie-l.owor; May, June, s.42'i
MioiiT Kins May, js.i.i; June, fs.fw;
Wheat Lower; No. 2 lied, April, !H'c
.lay, fi.oo; uuiic, i.o-i uuiy, 11. "-',;
Corn Lower; April, ,V)'4e; May, f7c;
June. &.7e: July. su,
Kits Dull; Western, spit, 3.V&4CO; May,
:av, June, 2li'4(;.
Provisions pork Dull; spot messi, $16,73
4417.0U; l.anl-L'jivcr; steam, fs.iU.
Live Stock Markets,
Ibios Iteceipts, ti,:.t); opened stronger, 10c
higher: later, weaki; ; fell back lo''ilre;
light t"' '''' roiigii packing, .".ilY'V.lU;
heavy pHcking and shipping, tl To.,'!. ml.
(,'atti.k Kceelpts, ,,si; weak ; 20 ::"ie lower;
exports, fi!.2.V'!H.mi; good to choice, J-"i.'.Kol.20i
common to lair, .VInf'..,i.
Shuki' Kec'eiiitH, 2,oii; sieudy; common W
('ATTi.K Steady; good to choice steers, fll.fld
lair to good, f.:'M'i.. isi; mixed Uutcll
its'. a4.T."i .egi .IB: stoeket s, i.'I.Vfi' 4.2"i.
r-IIRRI" ,'tlli;i , (l.ll mi nn p 11 nni , i.
H..'sK(i'i.4ll: elmlce to la 11 t 'M'uJi.'.'Ji; good
Western lambs, 'l.'l"'-7..1o.
Hons Dull; good to eholcd Yorkers, fn.K)
2t'l,:T; good moil lu 111 weights, .u,ittl.2o; plge,
U . ..I., ... U',..,.,, .1 n
('atti.k Receipts, l,4n0s steiuly; imtlve
steers ol I. din to l. 42H lbs. average,
Ifi.ipKiivi.Oit; stocki-rs and feeders, ti.W&
0 UI; cows, f :i m H I, ill.
Hons Iteccipts, 2,100: niiuket firmer nnd
five cents higher; lots of BIS to iisil lbs, aver
llge, ."i.ll,','i"4i,.ai; luillllly, fil.lMMH.h'i.
SllUKl' Kecidpls, Hk'i; ipilet and iitiohnngcil;
iiauv--v, , i. ii,.,, u era,"'', ti oii4.70.
For the Cure of Coughs, Cold$
1 loarsencss, lironcfutis.Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
lief of consumptive persons in ad van.
ced stages of the Disease. For Sale
by all Druggists. Price, i$ Cents.
Ablhs i r 01m1; Mun ih c ty or county to take
nice. Pi-Ill md pleai-ani work at their own
(im.-s; 'ij r, a dsv eii-ily and qultily made
mrk nut h. n nil; no ranvaselng; 1.0 stamps for
i-i . I'll- se .vidros IteilKhle Mf. Co., Pi.lladel
1 hm. Vi. , ilmw 1 r TT.
lly ml in s KOWELL CO 10
hprn.i-si N, w ork.cnn learn th i-we,-t r.t
u ..rvir -.p-.s.. :!,- t Ai Vrk'IlsiSU In Amer
a 1 Ni-h; up. rs. tt'riUHi.uu Pamphlet, 10c.
FA I. '.MS 3
ui Jiime. river Vs., to s north
ern M'ttk-mi-Ilt llln.lr.tuH !..
nr.mm.t. ViriUim; v' - " -A-u
rliUp Ipi u .IV u . v..., .
Tin- ine-t i-ronoMiirnl nd tllyctlve external rem.
idv I Hi-iii-ihi sC'op'lue I'orous Plaster. Price 25c
I hnvna p.iitive rnne!rhir theah-ivediteu: hvlte
11 i.i tnniit inili i t cw of the w .rst kind and of fosf
pKiiiuiiiK imw i..-n i iirpii. iniiwii, so airone is itr
f.-iili in iiaetH-'ec 7, thl I will s.-ndTWO ItOTTLtS
t'RKK, Ui.-tner with 11 VALUA HLB TKKATIHK oa
tin ilist-e--e, l' any suff--r-'r. -toveexT-rHesend P tX
a-ldreea. Uu. T. A. SLOCf II. M l'tul St.Hew Yor
A. .DEN'S MANIFOLD
Over 0,0 u suhierts and 5,000 lllnstratluns.
Duiiu:rous nmpa 20 volumes, lare - ctavo, l,0U;
rl.i-itp - d:ttnn. $15 on spec iiud paii'-s free, te
1x1 (Mini-- I Uoice ItooUs Ui-scriptive catl0K
free. Huoks for i-xnmination hf'ore payment OB
ev d.-nce -f good faith. NoT aold Dv dealtrs
prices too low
JOHN R. ALDEN, rubllsher, Is Vcietr St.. New
York. P.O. to :2.'7.
2()Gti Edition. Price only $1
BY MAIL TOST-PAID.
Exhausted Vitality. Nervous and I'byteal De-
Mliiy. I'mmature Decline in Man, Errors of
Youth, and untold miseries resultlni; Irom Indis-
cr- t on or nces.es A book for every man, Tonnr.
rniiiille-su. il and old. Itcon'sins V prescriptions
fer nil H' tite nnn chronic disease, each one of
which Is lnvaiunlite. so to-ind by thu Author,
whose experience for 'ti ycarsls such aa prohsblj
n. ver hefere fell to the lot of acjr ph,eiciso. 0
piiijes, hound In beautiful French musiin, embos
sed covers, 1 11' g'M, truant. tenl to be a fiuer work
in cv. ry sense mechanic!, literary and profes
sional than ny other work sold In this country
fer 50. or the money will be refunded In every
In-tarre K-rkc only fl.di bv mill, post laid.
IliusUHtlve ssrn le 0 rents. Sod now. Gold
in- d il nwtrd--d the author bv the N'atlo- al Medlesl
A-"";cmtiou, to the - Ulcers nf which he refers.
This boon should be read by the young lor is
st'iiction. and by the afflict-d for reliol It will
hi-netit all. London Lancet.
There Is no member of society to whom this
bok will not be nsefu), whether youth, parent
jfimrd an, Instructor or --lcrg mau Arconaot.
Add:ees the i'eabody Medical luautute, or Dr.
W. II. Parker. No. 4 Hulflncu Street. Boston,
Mas",, who mav he consulted on all diseases re
q'li'ini; skill and experience C'h'onic and obsti
nate disease that have baffled 1X1 AT the
skill of all o'her physicians a llljixlj aps
ciV.tv. Such treated uc- - PT I I I Ijl
re-iullv without an Inst- 1 11 1 tjrjl-iV
anceol fadiire Mention this paper.
J 30 UNION SQUARE NfYVYORK.
Mo0 c&Me tfwt.
FOR SALE BY
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