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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING APRIL 17, 1681.
For the Cure of Coughs. Colds,!
Hoarseness, r.ronchitis.Croup, Influ-
fnr.i. Asthma. Yhoopincr Couch. In
cipient Consumption and for the re-!
lie tof consumptive persons in aavan
ccA stages of the Disease. Tor Sale
by all Druggists. Price, 25 Cents.
f I DNEY DISEASES
Bivaiim it arts on the I.1VKK, BOWELS and
KIDNEYS at the Mm time.
Because it cleanse the rrstem of the poison
On humor that develop ia Kidney and Uri
nary jUiaeases, iftliousni'M, Jaundice, constipa
tlon, Pilea, or in Bneumatimn, Neuralgia, Nets
Tons Disorders and all Female Complaint.
OTSUUV t'KltOP VF IUIS.
IT UTLL 6UEELT. CTJB.S
By oaosing TSXS ACTION of all the organs
and function, thereby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
reatorinx the normal power to throw off disease.
THOUSANDS CF CASES
of the worst forms of these terrible diseases
have been quickly relieved, and 111 a short tune
mil t, f 1. 1.IUI ID UK nr.T. MILD 111 DRICCISTS.
Dry can be sent by mail.
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10 ulllicted (hiiuld wrilu us.
Cancer For Fourteen Years.
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ore on riiV fu- tliit ylxidv '! 1 a (,'am ku. 1
lave ui" d ou- i i) worth el mr'tit ine ni.'i tuiirij
no relief. Ab' lit fin; r month." at i 1 lmi!rlit oi.e
bottle ol S:fi Sjfi ll'.c from I r. II. K. Ht-iiiltHti,
and since havD houcht tin: olhi'ic, haveukuu It,
and the hvu t iikd ik fouiul und im-ii: .Mv fine
Is at free from a ni e u anj bo'iv r. a;nl my licnltii
Is perfect y rp-tored. I fnui J i k -j forty VearK h il
been lifted off my head
Yours t' nr kful'v,
KLIA TINS LEY.
Mr. B F, B.:ri.. IInp. Ark., cave, undi'r darn of
Jan.. liiM: "I have tak--n tl w h jti Ic- of Swift 's
bpecific for a no-e ou my t"miie- ild In be a ran
ter. ILavehfen won 'erlu.lv tiftii'ti;rri and will
oon be a well ii.an.''
.. Mr. W. K. llolrs .n. nvi,lnri. (ia.. wrbes, un
dsrdata of Jauii'try 1-M: I am iri-iilna on flinly
the Direr Is Krailualiy heii,i 1 . c uiai Swift's
Specific will cure tli e ho-riMe t mcrr wli'ch nun
bene feeding on mu fur over i y a ."
Mr W.H. (illbiTt. Alhiny.Ca.. myi:
"A (ren!k'mn naMi' d M ) r! m ar Urn ciiy ha I
an eatinK cancer on hi- In c, whi. h hail enti-n nt
hianeandh:f uulirhi, anil had extended up
until it had ne irly reacln-,1 bin eyit. Tlie c nicer
was ealin hit cuiur nil i hail ri'mlernl his teeth so
lofo that he thought iliey inlsrht at anv time droi
out. lie ji been Inkin ' Sw in'x Spec Kic about
three in nth. an 1 i' e.'l' 1 1 ha" been wonderful.
It bat driven the imrso-. fn tn bis "stem, the ran-
cer hat hial' d erea'ly. hi te th have heroine
tro: k attain, and be tliinks In' h i bei n re-cunl
frum no aw fu: ile ,tu. ile i the inet t-nthuslas tic
man I ever si.w."
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READY FOR BUSINESS.
Meeting of tho Illinois Republican
State Convention at Poo
Eon. J. Connolly, of Coles, Chosen Tem
porary Chairman Eulogies of
Logan and Oglesby.
An Unexpected Demonstration in Favor
of the Plumed Knight Which
Astonished the Body.
Peoria, Iu.., April 10. At ten this
morning the meeting of the Congressional
District delegations were held according
to announcement and all the committee
men were chosen as requested.
THK CONVKNT10N MKKTS.
At twelve o'clock Mr. Jones called the
couveutiou to oider.
Full a quarter of an hour was occupied
In getting the delegates .eatod, and then
Mr. Joues expressed his pleasure at being
enabled for a third time to call a State
llepublicau Convention to order. He
was proud of the good taste displayed by
the Hepublieaus in their selection of rep
resentatives, and congratulated the party
that the gubernatorial chaiu represented
by the names on the scroll beside him
never had beeu broken by the Democratic
party. 1 he party, since Lincoln, had al
ways nominated a soldier and a Western
man for President, and it would do it
again. Cheers. "This ain't no off
year,'' said he, "and as the name of the
tlrst liepublicun President commenced
with the letter 1., I shouldn't wonder if
the next would be a soldier whose name
commenced with With sume hu
morous references to the Democrats who
were soon to put r.p a ticket for 1 iglesby
to beat by 7j,'uu, Mr. .1 ones called lor the
reading of the cu.l. This was done, and
then Lev. K. Frank Howe led the conven
tion in prayer, for harmony, good judg
ment and good luck. Mr. Jones nomi
nated for temporary chairman on behalf
of the Central Committee,
HON. J. A. CONNOLLY OK I'i iI.K.s.
There being no other nomination Mr.
Connolly was unanimously elected, und
was escorted to Jhe front from a back
room by a committee of three. He
expressed his thanks, nave the grand
old party a boomlet, chanted
praises of the protected tar
iff and declared that there
was nothing iu its record which the party
would not do again il it had it to do. His
elaborate eulogies of Dick Oglesby und
John A. Logan were received with great
enthusiasm, but when proceeding with
the list of Presidential candidates he
mentioned the statesman from Maine, the
convention broke forth in a storm of ap
plause which lasted fully three
minutes, and completely eclipsed the
Logan demonstration. A moment later,
realizing that that did not look just the
right sort of treatment for a favorite son,
tiny took advantage of another mention
of Logan and yelled and threw up their
hats till they had surpassed the Jilaine
testimonial by about half a minute.
There was no mistaking the fact, how
ever, and it was very plain, that while
Logan gets the Illinois vote in what is re
garded as a hopeless contest, Jbaine,
w ill inherit it almost us a body when Lo
gan is a dead candidate. The next
twenly minutes was devoted to Logan's
record as a warrior. The convention
next elected Muphard, Logan's
lirst lieutenant, as temporary
Secretary, with a corps
with a corps of
assistants. The committees on cre
dentials, permanent organization, reso
lutions, etc., were now appoii.tej accord
ing to the time-honored practice.
A l'Ol.K AND A LAM1' 1'OsT.
Narrow Escape of a Wretch Who Laid
Unkind Hands Upon a Woman.
CincuiO, In.., April M. A l'ole came
very near shaking hands with Judge
Lynch last Sunday night. He was stand
ing on the viaduct at the intersection of
Fifteenth and Centre avenue, when a mar
ried lady came along, and he at once
caught her in his .arms, attempting U
throw hi r dow n, when he would no doubt
have outraged her. He was drunk and
used the vilest language imaginable, at
the same time making desperate efforts
to accomplish his purpose. The wom
an fought bravely, and during the
struggle both were drawn up to the edge
of the i itluct on the south approach.
'There is no parapet here, and the wretch
was finally hurled over, falling lifteen feet
V) the ground below, w here he lay bleed
ing and stunned. J he frightened lady
ran toward a crowd that was approach
ing, drawn thitlier by her cries for help,
and when they learned her story, like
magic a short rope appeared iu some
man's hands, and rushing to where 15a
latkl lay, they dragged him scream
ing toward a convenient lamp-post.
There a stringing bee was
about to be started, when the rattle of
wheels announced the approach of the
police-patrol wagon. The oliiccrs had
bard work tit llrstto inductile crowd to
give up the man to the law, nut they
finally secured him, and lie was taken to
the Twelfth street station. lb: was dis
charged from custody yesterday by Jus
tice Itigersoll, as tin- lady w ho Is a res
pectable woman, wife of a prominent
county ollieial residing on liluc Island
avenue, refused to appear and prosecute.
()li(i A.MZKI MKNllIin Y.
The Halt, the Lame and the Blind Com
pelled to Come In.
Chicago, Ii.i.., April Hi., Oillcer Dud
ley, of the Humane Society, made a com
plete raid on professional beggars Mon
day afternoon, and with the assistance of
oliiccrs from the Desplaines street police
station, succeeded in locking up nine
"crippled" and "blind" mendicants. Won-
dine Bowen, Victor Cotun, and Sephrlna
lie Kuck, all blind, were taken out of
houses In close proximity to the corner
of Lake and Desplaines streets, Kugetie
De Yoss, whose only claim on the public
for charity In the (act that thegreiiter part
i oIoiHM.f hishuiitlslsinissing; Kmil llas.sett
i Hose I'.assett, Sophia Ootrce, Mamie
j Hii key and bonis l'oppe, who live with
' the others, Were also taken In. It 111).
pears that all the prisoners had a kind of
organization, and worked In such a man
ner as not to encroach upon each other's
Uitriet. The only trouble experienced
by the oillcer was in arresting De Hack
and l'oppe. De Hack lives with Poppo,
anil has been taking tho hitter's wife and
children with him In his rounds, and pass
ingthein off as his own family, l'oppe re
fused Oillcer Dudley admission to his
houso when the latter called to arrest De
Hack, claiming that he was very sick.
When the oillcer Insisted on seeing the
beggar l'oppe ejected him, and Oillcei
Lawless had to be called In order to get
into the house. It was found that lo
Hack was not sick at all, and when In
w as taken out l'oppe was taken with him.
All the beggars were charged with va
grancy, and l'oppe with disorderly con
duct and with resisting an ofllccr. His
Oillcer Dudley's determination to breai
up this gang of mendicants.
THE IVC'AHl KUATKD C OL'XXtS.
When She Shot the Bell Boy She Believed
Him a Burglar.
riin.APKi.mu, Pa.,, April 15. The
Countess Amelia Do lUcouska, who re
ceutly discharged a revolver at a bell boy
who was sent to her room at 2 a. in. to
extinguish the gas, wouuding the lad am!
scaring the boarders in the house, is still
in jail, a jury having found her guilty ol
assault and battery and aggravated as
sault. She denied having called Mr
IS'ystrotn a blackmailer, but he was a bad
mau, she said, who was angry because
she would not loar him $500. She dis
charged her revolver, she swore, at what
she believed to be a burglar.
Washington, 1). C., April 16. A meet
ing of the sub-committee of the Commerce
Committee Is being held this afternoon
for the tlnal consideration of the bill cre
ating a Missouri River Commission.
Uurues and Cosgrove are to appear be
fore it to present arguments In favor ol
the bill. Clardy, who is chairman of the
committee, said this afternoon he thought
the indications pointed to favorable action
on the bill by the members of the com
mittee. rKMo(.'t.TIC IIOI'K.
Interviews with Democrats to-day
show that they have little hope of the
passage of the Morrison tariff bill.
Oardyf Missouri, talking of it, sai I he
believed if the vote was to be taken now
it would be beateD twenty votes or more.
"A dozen Democrats who voted to take
It up," be said, "have told me to-day
they ititend to vote against the bill it
Self." Davis, of Missouri, Is, however,
coutident of its success, and said this
afternoon he believed it would not only
pass the House, but would passthe Sen
IU'CKNKIt WIU. ItL'.N.
It is announced here to-day that Judge
Buckner has consented in response to the
request of friends to be a candidate for
the nomination for Governor of Mis
souri. Bill to Suspend the Issue of Treasury
Washington, D. C., April 10. The
House Committee on Coinage, Weights
and Measures to-day directed Mr. Lacey
(of Mich.) to report to the House with a
favori.ble recommendation the bill intro
duced by him which suspends the issue
of United States Treasury notes below
the d . 'nomination of live dollars, and au
thorizes the issue of silver certillcates of
denominations of 1, $1 and $5. The
committee struck out the clause in the
bill which provided for suspending the
coinage of silverdollars. Mr. Lacey was
directed to move the suspension of the
rules on Monday next for the purpose of
passing the bill.
Washington, D. C, April IC In the
investigation by the House Committee on
Public Lauds of the Lake Portage (Mich.)
land grant, this morning Mr. Ambrose
Campbell, of Marquette, Mich., who Is
sued the certillcates under which the
Company located its grunt of lands
from the Government was examined
In reference to the locution of the
land. The prosecution wanted to show
by him that some of the land was lo
cated beyond the limit of tlfty miles
titlier side of the canal, as by the laws
granting the lands to the railroads, but
the witness could not say In the absence
of the records that any of the land had
been thus unlawfully located.
Speedy Action Ured,
Washington, D. C, April 10. A dele
eation representing tin- National Guards'
Convention recently held at Cincinnati,
appeared before the House Committee oil
Militia to-day advocating speedy action
by the House on Strait's bill increasing
troin 8200,000 to SOijh.iihh th(. annual ap
propriation for State Militia.
Emancipation Bay Celebration.
Washington, D. C, April 10. Lilian-:ipatiou-dify
was celebrated by a paradu
;hrough the principal streets, of Colored
Military Companies, ami Civic Societies.
The turnout was most creditable, there
oeing fully two thousand men iu line, fol
lowed by a long string of carriages. The
itreets were iined with people. The day
roiiTY-Kiiiii m (.oNuiu:ssj.
Washington, D. C, April 15. In the
Senate to-day Mr. Allison presented a
joint resolution of the General Assembly
)l Iowa, urging the Attorney-General to
institute proceedings so as to remove all
:laims to title of Des Moines Liver lauds.
After the transaction or some unim
portant business by unanimous cousent
the morning hour, on motion of Mr. Morri
son, was dispensed with and the House
went Into committee of the whole on tho
tariff bill, Mr. Cox'(of New York) In the
Mr. Itussell (of Mass.) addressed the
House In opposition to the bill. He said
there was no pressing demand lrom
any source and no necessity for a change
in the rate of duties so lately established.
The present bill is thrown In as a chal
lenge for the upproachlng political cam
paign, atidthcltepubllcun party, as friends
it protection, readily accepted itand would
make the canvass on the issue. He theu
went Into au elaborate defense of the pro
tective system, producing statistics to
mstain his argument. To show that the
tariff benellled agriculturists, he nre-
Killed a table showing the Increase of
value Iu lands as they were located near
nun iifactumi" centers.
MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE.
Chiof Justico Nonh Davis TUrowa
Ijiy'ht ou ti Very D.iric
And" Suggests a Simula ami Iffective
Kemedy for the Greatest Social
Evil of tho Age,
The Abuses to Which Our 1'iesent Statt
Laws are Subject The Nine
teenth Century Club.
Nkw Yoi:k, April 10. Mr. Courtlaudl
Palmer's parlors were crow ded hist even
ing by members of the Ninet- eath Cen
tury Club and Its guests assemble. I to lis
ten to an address byChLf Justice Noal
Davis upon t lie subject of "Marriage am.
Divorce." Judge Davis said that iiwoulc
be better it there was no possibility o
divorce, rather than the present loose sys
tem. After alluding to the ease will;
which the marriage tie could be legal J
severed, he continued : "l!ut if this cai;
be done by willing parties what can not U
done byfrautilent ones' The frauds :r
mostly perpetrated on wives. The law
of procedure in action for divorce ought
to be changed; lirst, so that no judgment
could be entered until it appeared clearly
that the suit had been actually penditi':
at least six months after .-erviee of th:
process. This not only prevents fraud,
but gives the parties a breathing spel
for possible reconciliation, and toprcvei.t
immediate remarriage. Second, iu al
cases the defendant should have th
right to insist that the alleged paranneii
be brought in and made a party to th
action, so that an unjust aecu-atinu couh
be met and confuted by both of the ac
cused, who are interested in maintainim:
innocence. 'Third, and above all, inas
much as s.ieii ty is deeply Inter -sted in ail
such actions, the State should be mad-;
party so that it may be abb-
to h:i:vi:nt t hi: w m inhs
lnrlicted on the public and upon iii;i"-'ei I
persons, and no judgment should be al
lowed until it appears that some lawful
representative has been served with a
process and had an opportunity toapeai
and resist the divorce. The sreatest e,l
in this country grows out of the dilfeivnt
laws of the several Mates. Let ine i.'his.
"A man is married in Ncvv York, wh-r
he li.is resided for y ears, and has a family
ami is tne owner of real and other ctat-.
He desires a divorce, and g-'es to Indiana,
w here that thing is cie- ip an 1 ea-y. l' on
complying with no local rule and with
no actual notice to hi wile, in- gels
a decree of divorce, and presently is mar
ried in tint Mate to another wile, who
brings him other children, lie again ac
quires new estates, but, tiring of bis sec
ond wife, lie des-rts ie-rand g-'cs to 'al.-
fornia. where. 11) a ll'K I :aee. Il-- is
again divorced and iicirr.es again, start
lng a new family and ai -quiring new rn
and personal estates. In a b-w ye.irs hi
fickle tastes change again and he n-tuni
to New York, where lie find- that his iirs
wife has obtained a valid divorce for hi
adulterous marriage in nuiiana, w:mn
sets her free and forbids his marryin
ngain during her life time. He th' n s.ij
into Connecticut, takes a residence an
acquires real property there and
GKTs .11 Mi'MI I V Hll.HI
from his California bonds. He return
hither, takes some ih vv ailinity, rn s
the New Jersey Line, ami in an lioiir is
back in New York enjoying so much of
Ids estate as the courts have not a
judged to his lirst wile, and gives new
children to the world. At length his
master takes him; lie dies intestate
Now what is the legal status and condi
tion of the various citizens be lias given
to our common country. The lir-t
wife's children are legitimate and heirs to
his estate, the Indiana wile's children an
legitimate there and in New York, th.it
marriage having tak'-n place afterthe lir-t
wife had obtained her divorce but il
gitiinate in Indiana and elsewhere, while
the second crop of New 1 orki-rs an- . g:t
Jmate In Connecticut and N-w York, ill'
intimate in Indiana and California. Then
Js real and personal properly in each of
these States; there are four widows, each
entitled to dower somewle rc and tusomo
extent, and a large
Nl MIIK.lt OK 1NNOC I N I ( llll.t'KIlN,
Whose legitimacy and property are m
question, an I all these evils sprang; froi.i
want of uniformity of laws in a suiiji
which should adinit of no more divers'ry
than the question of citizenship itself
The only direct way is to authorize the
establishment of uniformity by the only
power that can have universality of
jurisdiction. It needs but two words
added to tlie lourtli sutiuivision ot sec
tion eight of the Constitution of th
Unlttul States, so that it shall read:
"Congress shall have power to establish a
uniform rule of naturalization and uni
form laws on the subject of bankruptcies
and divorce throughout the Tinted
States." Tlie subject was lurther dis
cussed by Mr. Daniel (ireenieaf Thomp
son, Mr. Frederick K. Condert and Mr.
Thomas G. Shearman. Judge Davis
briefly closed tin: discussion.
SOUTH CAltOLlN.V ISKI'IT.I.K'ANS.
Grant's Lcjf tho Subject of a Evolu
tion by the State Convention.
Coi.i:mii s, S. C, April 10. Tin: Re
publican State Convention selected the
following delegates from the State-at-large,
who were iinliistructcd : K. M.
Brayton, Internal lievcnue Collector;
W. N. Tuft, Postmaster at Charleston;
Congressmen liobert Small and Samuel
Lee. The following delegates were se
lected by the District Conventions; they
ulso being uninstriicted ; First restrict, J.
M. Freeman and K.A.Webster; Second
District. Harry Simkins and T. K. Smith;
Third District, F,. F. Illodgett and K. W.
Uoore; Fourth District, Wi.son Cook and
CM. Wilder; Fifth District, K. C. Mc
Coy and K. H. Dibble; Sixth District, I).
T. Carbin and K. H. Densi Seventh Dis
trict, T. J. Johnson and Geo. 11. Thomp
son. The Convention after pas-ing a
rpsoliition of condolence with Oeneral
Grant and one indorsing th" mhiinistra-
tion of President Arlhur as wise, econoni-
leal and just, WTlllOUl rcproai il ui sum,
Bunk Pi-emd- nt Dead.
Auiany, N. Y., April 1 0. If. P. Learned,
President of the I'nion Hank here, died
suddenly this morning.
The Llttla Oarae that Didn't Work. j
PirisnniG, Pv., April 10. -Detective ;
O'M.-ii':! returned from Columbus liiviic
ilicil-toily Geo. W. ChiV, of Clay I'.l'os.,
vvh ilcsale notion il '.llel's tllld J. M.
Jspi'iii-.cr of this city, cliarg d v. iili mil
spbacv to defraud their creditors. Oil
their persons were found many valuable
u ti. les of jewelry. Over a hundred boxes
of valuable goods were found which had
been shipped away subsequent to their
assignment two weeks since. It is
claimed lint th" two are default . -is to tho
extent of sl'Vino.
Pennsylvania for Blaine and Lincoln.
II vuuisiit no, Pa., April l.;. -Th" Pe
puhiicau Statu Convention organized at
ten o'clock tins morning. A motion was
ma le and adopted that the committee on
rcso'ti1 ions be instructed to bring iu a
resolution favoring t he selection of l'aine
(.ii-ihc Presidency .md Lincoln for Vice-Piv.iil-.-nt
. Thirtj-iive numbers of th"
Phil idc'phia delegation voted '-no." Uu
unit ii i the coiivi htioii adjourned for one
Ii 1 1 in order that tin- coiiiinittees might
transact business allotted to them.
Frank Ja.ni -a' C.iae U.'lay,jd.
II l I -v II. 1 II, Al.A., April 10.- The ase
against l-'rauk J ones was c.-dled this mom.
big at t- it. 1 e elidant appear-d dr I
ill a l.l.i b aek suit, w iih his i o.-i- .
era! Walker. Sloan .Vvv iii. in, I 'i :: i. t At
torney, stated the prosi mi ion had cm -i-d
an a' l.a'iiinciit t-i iie issie-d a-' Mrs.
Hit" and n as N.-rris, and con d u -t pro-
C'l ' t W it Unlit ttletll.
'I ll" case as p, i..t pom
until (oar this
al .ct noon
citv is lull of strangers.
Ji I i imi Ci i v, Mo , April lo.- 'I l.c
Governor issued a proclamation H, s
iii.-r. i.ig o::' rliig a tvw .rl of .?Li l-r tho
arrest and conviction of tlie un'n -w:i
murderer uriunr ieieisof Louis ion-l M.-k-er'i
I wife, which occurred last .lutiliry
HI .1- I1'TS.. ( ii'i:;t . Had t he I' w il'd
in eii orjered t hn e mouths ago ii might
ha' c done s due go., i, lju; now it looks
lUc io ki.ig the s! dde door aitel' the
il T-e ha Ii. en stolid.
Trying to Cheat, tin: Gallows.
I ' is, Mn., Apl il 10. Ill th" ease of
I .ok, sentenced to h.iug .In 'h,
,st.T. -sfnl alt-mpt was ma 1" ! ob
a lew trial. His at'oriuy, I-rank
i - , wid t ui- t ii-- c ise to t h Mi . i a lie-
Wou'd Adorn u Lamp-Post.
Mioi'i i:io-, , 1 1., April If. -At mid
nbdil an unknown in in went
. , - ,, ,, ... . , , ,
residence of Mi's. Met, tile, all ag d
Widow living oil M till street, all I ca le I
, , , , . i i
in i io -.!: i.Miii. -. i -iT' "'
stno-k !e i- in th le- i 1 s vera tinii s u ;: i
a Ida ,i bi-tniiiii t,t, e ling le r t i t.,e
now iii a cr. ti
ki con -liti-Jti.
Ir.d.ctcl tor Iil'jrJer
Cmi ; ; . n , Mo , April
Grand ,!..r. ins pi -t f.,nn I two iinla t
metits for .a ir I r ;.i ta ili-t o- gr
igai list '.1 ig I'u i,i r f-- ,' c'i' l iug t V- t hr it
of lo-1- infant el; d I, ate I t ii" other ig i . it
Lewis Va:S-- f.r stabbing Gi'e.-n .".e p
iierd to d illh.
Death o! a Jae.rf j.
i oi.- a
M'i I. 1 1., April I''. ---A. K. Von
., :. i : the p.,.i,-c Court, died
r I i :g. The fatal conipl.lilit Was
Cram mid Provisions.
WI-'JiMlAY. Al dill. Id.
I. I.ol I-.
f OTToN sc;..ly ; ini'l iau, 1 1 , illV-
I I ol u sieal -, ; XAA to ( linice, 'la.o-il.T.'i;
f le i 1 1 1 s. f .'i.'. a. ,. 1".
vv in. r sir -n :: No. 2, lsV.I, tI.('-44l.W4;
No. a It- I . I m e -i.ic ,.
i i il.-a l , ; Nii.S iiii.ve.l, 4'ri No.
v-Tiile iiii xe i, . ti ji
ia i ss e i,v : No. :;i y'j.Vl
Kvi. I.uwei ; No. :i''it'..-e.
Ton Ac o 1- ii-in ; Inirs. i-oiiiinon to cluiiee,
$'i '.." " In ecu; lent; c niiiiinii red leal, fs i it
la 'i; lie iloirn to irond sJ Vi ' I', ."i"
ll.vv I'liiaie sin in ill.ini tor prime: ll .'iil
' I :.ii f or ehoie"; m:--d 1"- I I fur coin null
to iiriiii'-: llinotdy t-'Iil-'Jt; tor pi in.e io I .iney.
Ill") 1 1. a sieaily: cli,,)ee io fain-y ei eiiineiy,
daily, u-iiil to ehuiee '.'ei-.'Tc: und
e-c. f ,r . ii e-ions, I m irrudi s notiiiiial.
I,( .Ve i u 1 1 a-.
I'm von V cry n't..- .leiiiarid f i an it I, i- if
c eep: cl o : e sr-e i - i ,. k, lueli i in i.u ill .-.le
)'!.-. I.a-t'-rn. - .' -: Noiliiein, -i"'e; tuil
luiM tonl 1 an His, .. - ;.
I oli -lnll: -laii'lar I lie ? i'l On" I 1 1 ,'
III I '1 Mil". If In 'tl.
I. vim sn-au v ; prime ste.iin, iioiiianil at
II vci is I.iHiys, it'i'.r; short . 5 ''.!''('!
ei- ir r:li, H , ' -e,
V 'oi in Tuli w a -he I i ho. I-,. , :'i4i;-; i oin
Ini.ii, ' 'I'.'t'r; il in a -leil iih dill in. : 1 1- ,e; low
ui' I eoar-e i.rnid'--, I V ,i.i.-.
II I HI: ','ul' t; dry Hint, I"' :: 'hue
in.' i d. la ,e; InilN c-r Mil's iu'4'(,ile: dry
sii led. Hie; dry s.il'O I, ilanni-'ed, lie; kip und
e i : I, -ul : i I. I' ,'; d.tai u-cd. Imlls a ,ol
sia.s, He; if t i, inieiirc I, s'.'.-; il.im ikciI,
,-in;i:i' I'l i.TS -Iciifi ; i-ri-eii. Nc'ii;
(1 v do. i. ''',7'ie., ii s to inn, unit iiml 1 1 1 1 1 1 i ' y uf
vi i .ol ; aet-.-u s iearini-'s. gi,.J n-.; dry no ln- ..lie.
i im ago.
'.'UK VT Stc-inh-; April. K
s i : .lune.si, , .-r, ,c. July, s; -e.
I i ui Win-,; April, 4--'ic: May
June, f.ii','j .1 nly. r: '.,1-; Auiisf, .de.
i i.vi s -Kn iii'-r; Apr, d :.ie; May, li.''ae; Jnne,
:r.:--,e: .tuiv, a:e.
l'oiiK-l."cr; May, S-i'i.M i : .tune, l'..i!";
.Ill V . f lii.'.'i.
I. vim Lew r; May, ?s. IT;; June, f.:.'71,;
Jsiioiit Itiiis May, ts.lV'i; June, fs.:.'."i;
WiiKAT-lH rher: No. " l(e,, April, fl.nl;
May. fl.t'l'i: .1 u no. fl.ti-r,; July. JI.'H'j;
Am-'iist, si a, i,.
( oiin lliln-r: April, i'T'Jc: Mar,
r,7' .c: .linie.'n '. "n :ne; July. I! I'aC
HAvi liuil; Western, spit, :iV-'lc:May,
mi' i'i'.-h'- -a-; .lime, -iiia "iiTe.
1'ICUVISIONS I'ni-U Hull; snot lui-ss $i.;.:i
ffiloia; I.iihI I.oer; steiiin. May, is.IV'S.t;;
Liva Stock Markets.
Hons 1,'e pts. I.',a): in-liv.', "(Iiiu und
Kteii ly; liuht f.YO l".V'."i: 1 roilirli iieknif,
r.i.riii'iia.'.H); heavy packing and sluppliu-', J-i.'.i ii!.
r iTTi.K-KecelpK l.'.'nn: active und siranr;
e.xpo Ts. (i.;.'.'iini.ii.'i: uihiT to elioiee, J.".!ii o
eoiinnoil t fulr. '.'0''.V:s.
siiiKKl' lleeeipts ;l Uu"! dull anil -"ic lower;
c iiiinoii toelml.e f l.lie.'.'i.ua.
c'ATTf.K 'Julct: iron I to ehuiee sti-ei n, Sil.eO
PMl.iiil; fair lo iouil. f .','" H.."iii; luived liiilt-ii-its',
.:.eV".'i.lK: stoekers, "-(.lie I .VI,
Siikki' Wi'iiker; fair to irooil Western slieep,
$l,'..") i."i.OI: elioiee In tu ley, ;' i.c'iu 'k.Vi; conil
U'w i ra hiuitis, .sii. ; i'ii 7. .'a.
i , . li.ll. ...... i ... .a.. .1.,.. v.... i. set i-.
' ft (.. il; l'iiii I n e li on wcbflits, Ian ii.au; iul'S,
kansvs n i v.
rvm l ,p,ts, ..,,. ,,,k. uth.e
nc.a-s i,r i.ii- l to ,.,: II , iiveiiiue.
i. ,i i i s, t.i-aer;, nun I'-i-ni-i', ci.i"ii
mi: curt s ;.-u,i, i i.i.
Iloi.s Iteecipis, i.-lll; iiiniket Out lliul
r.e loner; pus of :. ;i to g,a in, iiver-
1,-f", 4".V7,rfa"..!C; inaiii'y. i.'i.7.Va..'i.!in.
miki-:!' lieceln's. I 'll: niiiel inn! lirn-U lil'J'eil.
1 ft a
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago. U.ickache, Hcnla'che, Toothache,
Sort- T in n(. Sm i-IIIiil'h, Kpi-iiliia, Ili uUes,
l:ii'ii. S enl.ls. I -! It i .
ami tn. inula Hoiuiv I us ami kids.
..il l) I'.uiii.i. a,,l I' Hi. ,. . i.-r. !,,!.-. lid, Cciai will,,
l,i.-, oi. .ii. ii. II ..
T ill'. ' H M.l.l.x A. l.l.l 1 1 1! t n.
's,i,...i, j A W.I ..i.n I .... II illiui-irr, Jl l l.S. A.
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W' uk'.e . t ) 1 il Ii"
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i ! Iu-'h t-u vt-a. Si-I f al .-; ,-.t-i--t
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I' . :r-.s i. i.i.i.'u r ,. ir, 11 -, I v -ei.i, r nl n ni-i.-
vi 1', i.f-nn'st' p ii.e l'uii ii- ITi-'ei . I'i ice 'J'O
I hiri" I p-t'ivfl r.-'nivtyfer lttnnt,',reil si-nit ; iv in
r.in Hems -niU ' f r.'i,", i.l'lii'ii r kai-l net "f f"iin!
HMnitinii havM liei-n nireil ln,i-i-,l. 'nWnmf is try
f a-h iii In etiiea, y. tini I wi'l n-i.l 1 w 1 1 la 1 1 1 1,1 S
I !.H-:.t.n!.-tiiiTitli VAI.L'AI.I.K T IlKATISI'.-n
tin- i! teu-e.tn nry Ht.lti-r- r. ( .iv- niiiri i" anil I' o.
a-l.IrBM. Da. T. A. M. 11 1'dun .st ,N. 'ir
iiv-r in il n h'iII il atitl Mil" d u-trf.li us.
nu tie-m'i- iiai'tf J" i I in; ". I .r.-e r'avi. S-' .on,
elien-.i . it l.lnli. 1' ll pee ill' li I -i ! 'r e. 'II -li'
i Yn inn.- I li-'ii-.- ftnii f - il o ri live i rt'a'o.'iH!
IP-,., r,,,. k- f,,r i i ni'ii-o i'" 1 1' i'i" I'l'.v inet.l mi
i v il'-tiu" f -nii'l fn iih. N T i" Oil ii. de-1 rs
iir re t-.ii law
JijilN !i I.DKN. I iiti'l-ln-r. I- Vem-v St.Ne
Yerk. V tl. H"X
2i;(;th iMit ion. i'ricc only Si
P,Y MAIL POST-PAID.
I-xleiii-leil V t'li'tv Ni-rvniiH i.inl I'l - inn I)e
tiililv I' iO i1 :i i o Deciiiie in im, Kr.ur ul
Yuiiili. ma! il'.t iM iiiiHerie re-ulliie.' Irnm ttnb
i ret in, in excepi h A 1 (mk tor i veiy niiiii, vininir,
liiiiiill.-it'-il i("l nlit. It con nlii l-J-i ir'-nrrtiiliili-t
I r alt a ute iiial il;r ine ilimuc", nidi i-tu' I
viliirU iiml ti-il. t :. so loiuil iv tlie Au'li.ir,
v. hns evi'iT'ence tat ii vo ir m "iich ns 1'iii'mliy
n ver lo-l'.'ii- toll to tlie lot of any pho-lelii'i nil
p'.i-c, IhiiiimI 'I- lieKlltiflll Kri'IH'h nei" ellll'ili.
i-eil c aein t il jrilt, LMiiuft'itiieil in b a finer Wert
mi i'v ti i. -n-i- lui'i-hnnteal, Ittunity ml irufei.
s.m.'il Hum :inv oilier w-l unlit ti. IMh ceiintrf
I'm .S'J Ml ui tl.e intiiii'V vvil lie n-ln lidi-.l In ever
tnalllie I'll.'O ei W l.to lv Ml tl, pus' 'ill. I.
I liii iiliVi -an e n reili'. final no (iuid
mi"! a n w irili il tlie atiihii' liv the N ii i.i il Mi-ill, ui
As- i iiitnin, tn tin: lllivr i I wlileli la- I I ns
'I lite linn ( "li adil ie re.-ul hy ;. volllis' I.I IP
.1 i ei 'nil, n In I In the hllla-t il fer nliel I, il
In l "it ll'l - l.el.llnll I.I III et.
'1 Iii T" I u i lneiii'M r nl snrntv In limn tills
liii.it; .i ii in it l e iii l".l, Mln-llier ymitti, i in lit
irii-i il mi. liiHti net' r or b-rg inn i Aii.'.iiiiiut.
V' l the I'l-nli.nU' i-dic.il Ihst.iuie. nr Dr
VV. I IVrfci"', So. I llultltci Sleet. It iHlon,
M i-' -. vv 'in na:v Ii.. o, i.i u 1 1 uJ mi all ill ue ri
I'l" in' f'd'l ill il .'Xiieileliei! Ch on 'r Mint nlnll
nil ilim "i i r iiml I iiV" liillli'il MIT i. I i!,,,
."ilil; n' all n her iiliyc'.i'iini u I 1 Vi . V I j ..
I'i'i'.ty. Sin h treiiteii uu:- rp I j r i t y
le-t-lallv without an Inst- 1 II I k") i 4 n
iiiKi'i l fa luro .Met. tion thin pnpiT.
Mielianic St, N.wam. N.J. l'le i-e im I ;;
j this piper.