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Yot the Cure.ol Louglis, Coids,
Hcvirsoness, Hronciutis,(Jroup, Influ-I
cnM. Asthma, hooping Cough, In-
ciiior.t Cjn5unlpnoiianlor"the re-
iicfcff ?nscrtt!itvtf pcr?6rts in advan
ced 'stage of the Disease; 'For Sale
;y all Dr.-.rris:s. l'ncc, 25 Cents.
TORPID BOWELS, -DISORDERED
and MALARIA. -
From Uieso nourco arise thr-lourtb8 ol
the diseases or the Luuian inoe. These
KniiptomsliHlioate their existence: Lois ol
Appoint, liowela coattre, Mck. Head
n( lie, fulliiea alter tatlne, ayeraiouto
eiartioii of body or mind, Kructatioii
of food, JrrilivbilUy of temper. Low
sulrU, A freliiiR of hariug neglected
Kinif duty, IXzzlnegg, riuuerinif at the
Heart, ota before the eyea, highly col
ored I rliie, 0.STIPAT10,, juid do
liaand the usd fern romMytlmt oct9 directly
o::th-Uvej-. AaIiveri,K-dcite TVTfS
VI l.l.S have no e.iunl. Their action on tho.
Kidneys ami skin is also prompt ; removing
all impurities through tlnbo three " aeav"
enctri of lite tyalcm." producing ftppo- .
tile, sound digestion, rr.ilor stool, n clear "
eta and a vigorous body. Tl'XT'S F1XIJ4
cause no nausea or t'i -iping nor interfere
witli daiiv work nod are a perfect '
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
HE rEEt,S MILE A XZ.XV MAM. .
"I have hud Iiyspr-psin, with Constipa
tion, two reaisjiuiJ. Lave tried ton different
kinds of pills, mi l TITT'S are the first
that have flouolue ntiv good. They bavo
cleaned 1110 out nicely. .My appetite la
tpleuUUl, tooj dijests 'readily, and 1 now
have natural pa-st-s. I feel like a new
wuin. W.D.KDIVAEns, Palmyra, O.
bo'.aeTCTT).grc,g5c Office, 44 Murray St.,N.T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
rat IUra on Whisktos changed in
Ftantly toaOLOSBY Black by a single ap
plication of -ttits Hy. ?o!d by lirufijlsu.
tr sent by exw cs ou t eoelpt of 8 1.
OtUue, 44 ilurriiv St roet, New Vork
T3TT's ramAicr iistm receipts mK
T1IE VEST TIILXG KS01V2T
In Hard or Jsprt, Jlct or Cold Water.
(5AVKS LAHOU, UMK aid HO.V AlA7r
1NT.I.V. r.nl tfveD jmivi-rxnl tiatlsrBetiou, tic
luindy, rich or jiocr, biiouni lti without jt.
tola by HilGi-oouM. UKWAItK of iioitfttloni
ftell"eBte-f t. mislead.- rfiKI.IMS nU
OM.V y.ME lntr-euvi!W cumpouini, and H-mkiaiii-Un
Uu: jibuve byuihul, aud utuuool .
JAMES I'VLE. SEW YOliK.
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30 'tlNIQN SOUARF Mf-WYORK
,L1- MASS. GA.
f CR SALE BY
JI. Stcamliift Co., Cairo, 111,
rxvto.vi ytii uives uo mf fci
rent men t wil
pliwltdib ntiktr: (Jive it a Trial.
6')cmt. atdrUL'KX'tf ., BO ctuu bf mil ruiiUtcr-
I ..in in
PE?flM rurfirf-? NEVER
rHAVFtVER fl y .l
tUY 11KUIUKK8, DmaniitB, Owigu.N.T.
TffETIOpLjr'irAIRO BlKLyXK: fjWEDNEaDAy MORNING APKiysa, 1-S84T
Outrajfeoua Troattnent of a" Coun
tryman Moving Throhgh lf ls
Bourl to tho Wb4i' ' i
Endely ToraTro'riTife Family- i) 'Armed
Villains in the, flmsn of
Officers, , .
Robbed of His Last Dollar and Left Pen.
niless Far From HtS Helpless
Wife and Children. ,
:' St.'Loi is, Mo.'J April 22. Avery mud
Oy couutryuum who arrived at tbe Uuiou
Depot" this luoruiiig ou" the Missouri l'a
cilic train, told of a most dariug robbery
hi which he' was the plthblc victim. Ills
paine Is G. W. Martin and he was moving
to tbe West with his familyaud household
effects from Clay County, 111. -Lastuight
he was t)vertukim on the road uear Gray's
Summit, thirty-six miles west of here, by
" ARMV.n WITH SllOT-Cil'XS, -
who arrested hi in on a charge of passing
counterfeit money. Leaving his wife and
three children in the wagon on the hlgb
W! y, the rascals took him to the station,
laudcuffed him and this morning put him
cmLoafdthe train to bring him to St..
Louis for trial. lie tad S2i0" in his
pocket, all the"mouy lie possessed." This
was . f
., .. -TAiUiX VUOM UIM- . ,
Two of the men . left at the station; . the
third' got 'on board the cars; but at Grand'
avenue, when the train slackened, .'the
robber took the hand-cuffs from his vic
tim's wrists and jumped pL - The coun
tryman,, arrived in a institute Qouditigo
at the police sutioa. The thri fellows,
Le says, are rouh looking. , ......
. ' The Bli2zarl.
St. Jofswit, Mo., April 22. Sunday
Bight's freak of weather was . ngoiu tin-
plicated last nij:ht by a heavy fall ol
mow, which-melted as fast as t, fell,
liut little damage, if any, will be doue tc
the fruit and early vegetables.
" : Boonvllle. ' -
Boo.nvrlk, Aprils?. Snow strirm
set in at fix o'eloek, aud-wus falliug very
htavilv at noon.
. Snow and Ice.
Stai nton, III., April 22. Since Tri
day 'a cold storm of wind and .rain has
prevailed. This morning there is consid
traTiie ice and snow on the sidewalks,
a thing rarely known here at this season.
5r.4nsH.iLt, Mo.', April 22. It has been
raining in this city continually for nearly
four days, rendering it . impossiblo for
farmers ,to plow. , tnow bogau falling
early this" morning and continued up to
noon. The wheat crdp is looking well. '
k-?! ,J itti : h K .' ':' .
At St. Louis.
St. Locisy'M.; Apfii22. The Wabash
cuis were covered with snow on tlKdr1 ar
rival tb morning. . Tbe storm was near
Kansas City. The- buow which fell at in
tervals with the rain all forenoon molted
jus soon as it touched tbe ground. St.
Louis was never more disagreeably sloppy
under loot. , -
AJJTUL'U -WILL AVlTIiDHAW,
Friends of the President Think He Can-
cg. - , .not be Nonliinatad.
Washi.voton, IKC, April 22. There
Is a general belief amoug Ui liepublicans
at Washington that 1'rcsldent AJ'tbur will.
at an early day withdraw' from the can
vass;' A lending Itepnbllcan Senator, w ho '
Is worth three or four millions, and who
contributes most liberally to theCiviiifMtlgn
fuuds of h'.s party, paid to-day: . "1 don't
believe Arthur will be In the convention.
I not only believe he will not, but I, am
sure of it." '
"Why ure you surer"" v ' .-.
"Several weeks ago I had a long talk
with two of the principal friends of the
l'reHident,-who have been Conducting his
canvass. '1 hey came to uiu . to'.neo if I
would 'support Arthur. . Now, I. .am
friendly to Arthur. 1 believe his coarse
has made a Republican victory for us this
year uot ouly possible, but probable; but
1 tijJd Arthur s lnemls that I should sup-
port- him only ' tnidtT' Certaht cim-
tllUons.-. I.' :.saiU-ito them:. .."Ar
thur can't think ,. , of being .
candidate unle.-s lie b:ts two-thirds of the
delegates front New York.' Nothing less
than that will do, and the one-third not
for him miisllie.iiiVb5iveJ.'aJV-Uthiit's
friends agreed to my proposition then,
and that Is why ! am sure Anhnr will
puU. out'in u iligniilcd way when the
ipropur tlme cook-s. a- ibe- -He publican
noauagers would not Wik . thu cbancu of
any more lolger business. . Jolgur-was u
clever and a good giie, but the fact ..that
jmbllc sCntliiient rt-iis Ignored In'putling'.
lip a candidate brought down upon us tin
"Wbomdo jouantrl'r rr ' " "
"1" Vant ! a ,niau who feint'. 6o eiectt d.'
That is UMUilifreut of all -llepubllcans
1 kmivr anvtaluj about... We. .want nrini'
oue whiTr erry'-iwrtYpr-.-; Thaflrf
essential. I am not clear myself who the
Anan Is! 'I-hiiytfnoT'ersitjfial'fetjrlhg'oh'thb
matter that I would not sacrifice."
"t:ouUj;JUilncAi;arryvy Yorki,", k, . w
"I do not know, . It Is by no means cer
tain. Auotber thinu I do not know is
whether he wants the nomination. I have
beeniTu Uii dtitiyintfofui fcr him ftdil hve,
worlULlor1 JhlA I 1 : iiab -ready to' i9lo '
;agai, bnt I wtfro to,l worlt ti. jtnm
igaiivum f B.wtiro U),ivort t.'juim
vho tiUif' JiJt- ftijtlie hipbt boletnii tones '
vlKMicVt f Han; tdhlni "utjyiil Itf that Tio
loes not want it, Ulaibe has "signified
Ids willingness to make speeches in the
canvass and work for the success of
the parti, ' hut I think ho ' would pre
fur to be Secretary of State tinder the
next administration rather than bear the
brunt and worry of tho chief place."
'y To Evade the Law.' " 1
- !: ytfiplk, 1 4f:,-APrfl'5?.m&0n
that several ineiuVrs of the Des Moines
ny touiiell have been qtUotly dlsdttRfiiiljt
the l'ietUnf4,ttdopiiI1!,a Meei.ocdi,
i.tnce. Kjjnji, taUhuto in .cH.erlailt id
the vbi-ilioil oilthJrroluftiior
i, ui..,ii i . . '
n,;a" uave goue into ellect
: 3 . U
sltlon Is to license tfie sale of iMa-Water,
pop and other bevllrls) the last clauso'
being so broad as to cover beer, w ine
or ardent spirits. !oii)e members of tho
Council have been approached by proud
ucnt prfiM'rt,y-Mdirs aud a(vi'd- to
Tilke th sjo-fu'iieJ glviiiR M jireiiH6ii
therefor thiU the fleanclal condition of
the citv is uch that this way of raising
reveuut! Is justifiable, It, is said that
four member fif -jti'.CouuU are, Svllliuij
and that the "fifth" Is halting between duty
and necessity. '
Heroie Effdrts of Wonderful Mem-
orles in His Favor.
IIi:m.svjli.f., Ala., April. 22. Defend
ant's witnesses in the James trial to-day
awear positively to an alibi, but on cross
examination break down. They know en
tirely too much. Such memory is truly
wonderful. : Jack Smith of Nashville, is
able and willing to tell who ho saw and
what he did particularly every day since
the 12th of March, 1?S1. The defense ex
pected to cloo to-day, bnt General Walk
er's illness compelled an adjournment
-until this afternoon.
Detailed for Glory or for Death.
' "WAsiirNOTON, 1). C., April 22. The de
tail for the Greely relief steamer Alert as
approved by Secretary Chandler Is: Com
mander, Geo. W. Collin Lieutenants,
Chas. J. Badger and 11. J. Hunt; Ensigns,
W. I. Chambers, W. S. McClay aud A. A.
Ackerman; passed assistant Surgeon, V.
S. Nash, and passed' assistant Engineer,
Win. Jl. Vunnnu.-
WAMitrTriTON-, I). C, April 22. Mr.
Jlumb moved to extend the privileges
of tho lloor to the Commissioner of Agri
culture, and complained that that olllcer
had been dented admission owiag to a
strained application of the rules. A dis
cussion arose aa to tho position the Com
jrcssiuuer should hold in the list of priv
ileged persons.' Mr.' Plumb wanted him
placed next to the heads of departments,
and made a speech in support of his
motion. It was finally decided ; to put
the Commissioner next to the heads
of 'departments. Prof. Baird, of the
Smithsonian Institute, was also ad
mitted to 'the floor on motion of Mr.
.Morrill. ' '
The House decided this morning, com
mencing with to-night, to'hold night ses
sions, taking recess from live to eight, for
purposes of debate only with exception
of Friday evening.
The House then went into committee
of the whole on the tariff bill, aud Mr.
Weiburn (of Tex.) concluded his speech,
begun when the bill wa.s last before the
committee. His argument was to show
that a protective tariff was unconstitu
tional and unwise.
Mr. McKinley (of Ohio) followed, con
gratulating the people and country that
Unally the policy of the Democratic party
on the tariff had, under the leadership of
Mr. Motrisou, been formally annouucrU.
Tariff for revenue only, lie insisted, wa.s
tho collection of the necessary revenue
for tbe Government on the fewest . possi
ble articles consumed by the people of
tho country." The gage of battle had been
thrown down ami the Republicans cheer
fully adopted jt, and would abide .by the
verdict of the people. He next proceeded
to criticise the bill in Its several features,'
claiming that it was crude and Incongru
'" Having dissected bill, he went Into a
discussion of the policy of protection, and
said lhat iio-cluss of citizens would be so
in itch beuvlitted by the preseut bill as the
ilnglish manufacturers. He read extracts
from English papers, 'I'fmgratulatlns Eng
lishmen over the Morrison bill, and pro
duced the advertisement of a Iiostou
crockery and glass Importer of new. styles
of good gotten U- by an Enirlish manu
ulacturer in honor of the triumph of tbe
fnse trade element In the House called
. 7 Thy Both Died.
Taunro.Ni, Ixv., April 22. Near Irv
lng,;last Saturday,. Joe 1'iiun and Bill
Hale, tyo .desperadoes,, engaged in a
shooting affray, i'liun shut Hale
through : tile" heart, but ' before Hale
fell he liot KliUn twice, from the ef
fects, -of which he died iu a few hours.
' A Conductor Fatally Injured.
"Atiik.nm, Ohio, April 22. A collison
becurred yesteTdtiy between two fas
Wnger trains :ou the Cincinnati, Wash
ington & Baltimore Iiailroad. Conductor
John Dillon was fatally and several pas
sengers slightly injured.'
, "Don't Fret for Juny."
, Siiki.iiyvii.lk, III.,, April 22. Junius
lung, under agfvof hidyu Township, has
mysteriously 'disappeared,,' having first
posted a notice,' "Don't fret for Juny,"
d)i bis father's door. Possessing a reck
Iiiss tlltnti novel disposition he is supposed
to have 'Committed suicide, and his
friends, greatly alarmed, arc scouring the
woods, expecting to tlnd his body.
.. , Milt Burned,
Pil'Tsui'ituii,' P.., April 22. At six
o'clock this morning tire was discovered
iu thn largo planing mill owned by Bauer,
(lestcrllng & Co., at Mill' Vale,' a city
suburb', and despite tile efforts of tbe fire
men the mill and all its valuable contents
were a total Joss, estimated tit 82",nuo.
No lusurauce. ; . '; r-
, . (Joins for Their Offices.
Hot SntiNos, Auk., April 22, Charges
of ; iinpeachment , have been preferred
against- Mayor Theodore P. Linde on tho
grounds of incompetency and malfeasance
In oltieo. lie will ho tried May lilth. City
Councilman Dov,; charged with mal
feasance iu ollice, will bo tried May 2nd.
Interesting developments are expected.
. Te8t Point's Oldest Graduate.
B.u.i tMyiiK.Mb., Aj.rll .22. Dr. Rob
ert WIght died yesterday at his residenco
In Ceuttrvllle,, lathe eighty-seventh year
of his. ago. Hq wus thu,. oldest graduate
of the West Point Military Acmlomy.
Flvc-Sixtha for Arthur.
jAfksnv, Mlss., April 22. At tho meet
ing liy 'Congressional Districts this morn
ing, three districts have chosen delegates
to the .National Convention. . Flvu-slxtbs
ul the, delegates thus lar chosen are fur
Arthur one for Blaine.
ENGLAND QUAKES, i
Tho Rock-Ribbed MistreBa of the
Soas Awod in tc Prpsppco of .
! ; a 'Nov Dang-or'. ''
A Destructfve ' Earthquake - Visits : the
Easterri Counties and Spreads a Trail
. of Wreck and Kuin.
The Shock of the Disturbance Felt on the
Strand, London The People Ter
rified by the Visitation.
EA11T1IQUAKK IN KNGLAND.
Lonihj.v, April 22. A severe shock
of earthquake was felt iu several of
tho eastern counties at nine o'clock
this morning. A number of church
steeples aud chimneys were thrown
down and houses unroofed. Many
buildings had the walls badly rent, while
furniture of residences and olllces, to
gether with fixtures of stores and win
dows were broken. No lives are as
yet reported lost, though it is known
that several persons were severely iu
jured. .MOIlK SEKlOl'8 T1I.4X AT MUST IChl'Olt Till).
Lonku.n, April 22. Telegrams from
counties visited by the earthquake this
morning show that thu shock was
more severe than at tirst reported by
the earlier dispatches. At Colchester,
a town In Essex County, the damage to
buildings alone will reach ?jO,Oi)u. The
earthquake was more severe iu Essex
County than elsewhere, aud dispatches
report the destruction of property -t!nrj
as great. Many farm houses were
wrecked, aud Langershoe Church, which
has withstood the storms of many years,
At Ipswich the shock was so severe
that the walls of houses were perceptibly
shaken, p'.ates were rattled aud bells
rung. The people have been thrown iuto
such a slate of eousteruatiou that busi
ness is for a time suspended. The shock
wa.s still more
SKVUIIK AT COLCIIKsTKK,
where the concussion lasted half a min
ute. The first symptom was a dim rum
bling sound, portentious aud awe inspir
ing, speedily followed by a quaking aud
shaking of all the buildings. The church
bells sounded as though swayed by un
seen hands. The tall chimney stacks of
the factories crashed iu ruins to the
earth, and other lofty structures were
destroyed. The spire of one of the larg
est churches in the city, 150 feet high,
fell with au awful crash to the ground.
It Is impossible to estimate the damage,
but it is known to be great.
l'KOJ'LK TKKKOlt SIIIICKLS.
In private houses the greatest confusion
prevailed, chairs and tables were over
turned, china and glassware in cupboards
rattled together, aud were frequently
shattered, while pictures and ornaments
upon tbe walls were loosened from their
fastenings and fell to the lloor. The peo
ple were terror stricken, men, women
and children rushed shrieking iuto the
streets, where their agonized tries and
pale faces made a most Impressive scene.
AT Clfhl.MSFf .:i,
about thirty miles from London, the
shock was also severe, and the people
were tilled with terror and dliinay.
At the South End the earth trembled
for miles around. Tho windows of
many dwellings were broken, chimneys
dashed to the earth, aud crockery aud
ten miles east of Chelmsford, the Town
Hall and many private houses were
swayed several times. The wave passed
from south to north. The tibibi; says the
shock was felt iu the Strand, London. A
business house, it asserts, was percepti
bly rocked, so much so that the employes
were affected and rushed into the streets.
The duration of the shock
Is estimated at three seconds. The earth
quake has caussd a general feeling of
alarm and Insecurity throughout England.
L AT KrT I'Alil UTLUIS.
Colchester was the center of t!ie most
serious disturbance. It is impossible, as
yet, to determine tho extent of the dam
age. In some streets trullic has been for
bidden for the present, us the buildings
hitvo been so badly shattered that they
are considered dangerous. The sid : walls
of several houses near Colchester were
shaken out. . Iu Loudon there were nu
merous Indications of the proximity of
tho earthquake. Telegraph instruments
were shaken and the shock was felt Iu
Cheapside and Fleet street. At Ipswich,
a mansion was shattered and the railway
depot partially destroyed.
MOTION liKt'KA'l i;i.
Lonoon, April 22. In the(llouso of
Commons this afternoon Dodson, Chan
cellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, moved
the rejection of tho House of Lords'
amendment to the cattle bill increasing
tho stringency of the restrictions ou tho
Importation of cattle. The motion was
defeated by a vote of 185 to 101.
flCY-l'AWKKSINO 'IT IF. DltlLlN Ku'fR
: Dfiu.iN,' April 22. The police of this
;ity are greatly excited this morning over
tho discovery of a large quantity of cart
ridges, which wero found lu the l-'our
Courts, where they were placed, it is al
leged, with the object of blowing up tho
oIllelalH and jnrors who wero about to
serve on several Important cases. It is
said that several olllclals and jurors re
ceived letters containing threats that their
lives would be forfeited lu case they at
tempted to bring certain cases to trial.
These letters led to extra precautious
being taken, which resulted iu the dis
covery of tho cartridges. .
IIIHHUP or KKIINS IKA1.
' The Most Reverend Michael Wtirron,
I). I)., Lord Bishop of Ferns, Ennls
corthy, is dead.
;.' Italy. '
AS ITJUJAN KMTOR WHO WANTS TO CARRY
THIS WAK INTO AITIK.'A.
Kumk, April 22. Fantill this morning,
on the report from Cairo of tho massacre
jO( iluO non-combatants while on their way
to Berber, sliys editorially : "it is time
something marc definite was done by Eng
land In regard to the administration of
affairs in Egpytand that bottor protection
;should bo afforded to foreigners, whose
business compels them to remain lu
Egypt." - It calls attention to .the, fact
that several Sheiks ivere arretted ut Cairo
yesterday while formulating a plot to
massacre foreigners, and to the number,
of non-combatants slaughtered during tho
existing troubles iu Egypt, ami says:
"Li t Signor Mauclni, Ministerof Foreign
Affairs, speak the word and 25,000 Ital
ians, armed and equipped, will leave for
Egypt Inimeiliat' Iy to reilevo Gordon and
the rest of thu foreigners now in Khar
toum and liel'ber, und chastise the rebel
fanatics for their many murders of Ital
Tin: wo.Mi'v-hii.i.nts iiavgko.
Viknna, April 22. Hugo Schelck and
Karl Scholss.irkec, who murdered twenty
servant girls were hanged in tho court
yard inside of the prison here, to-day.
The condemned men rose at an early
hour this morning and received the min
isters who offered religious consolation.
Au ultar bad been fitted up in the prison,
and mass -was said. Both partook of the
sacraments and prayed feverently. Then
on the way from their eel's to the place
of cxwMition, the eouiiem-hd unm au
sweredt the responses to the "ollice lor
the dead," which Jhepi'iests were reciting.
After rh" usual prefiininnrles wore gone
through with, the word was given and tbe
prisoners wero drawn up and slowly
strangled to death.
Caiuo, April 22. The Mudir of Berber
has tclvg,raptiaM asking if rlnforcuui:its
arc coming. ' If su, he says, he" will resist
to the utmost with his garrison of 7ou
in. n; if'not, he a;kIor instructions prior
to his endeavor to make possible terms
Is: und of Malta.
Malta, April 4'-'." The Italian Consul
here pripoed to Iftjd 2"" cie nf (Wna
inite from au Ita:ian vessel in the harbor
and di-pt'sl: it in Government stores. The
Government has refuel to allow thisaiid
ordered the vessel to leave witniu forty
Eidvsrii.ni, April 22. IMinont Cast,
near Inindee, btirued last niglit aud many
valuable paintings were destroyed.
Mackey'on Drcfc-A Ten-Million-Dollar
ill 22. It has transpired
Nkw yoRK, A
that Juiiu M.ickt-y went to Washington on
Sunday flight, at the r quest of the Post
olHce CominiUee, to make a full explana
tion of (lis postal telegraph project; also
the condition on whirh the iifyotDmitj
bond was given to the committee yester
day as security for currying out the con
tract, if -awarded, to do the general busS
ness at ten an 1 Htteen cnt rates to aif
points of tbe I'nited States. !f Mar-ki j
gets thi award.1 f!iv English capitalist
now w : him. will .take, it ,ovv)0 of the
Grain .' nd Provis.ocs.
Cation St ,ily:
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12.i) lor i-lioici-; 1 sl'i ;. l.i for inrinrioii lo
rj rn -: l:nioil,y 1 1 1 7 lor prime lo l i- v.
Ill '11 Kit so-iidy: In :ci- lo t.u"., .-m- u'm ry,
' ll'lc. dmry. (food tor'n.fri-gVfg'.c; u.ni ' v..
lor -K-ii-eOi n: low find"- noinniul.
E'ios-lli.'lK-r; In -li. 1J . ' I
f'iT iiToK .mii.-t an I - -. i I ; I'-ii-O-rn, III";',
4.".': Nor'iii-rii, .vi-s'i Lo'io.n in.il Iilinoi.,
I'oi'K -Ih.I; kUndard in-. JI!.7.j,lT.Vi;
hard d", fM '
I. .idy ; prime mi --no, noni'iia! ut
rlli-. "".' ..-.
hlioiti, !'.; tli-iir
Wool. '1 ol, w;i-lii-d r-lioiiM. Vi ' :il-; inn.
'Hum. iWiti.c; miwa ded iiii-dnjiii, Sjii.:J j ,, - ()wr
and '"ya.'K': uiuIls. l.'il c.
II ii..-(,iiii 1 ; dry Jl.iil. l-i-o; d.i ru.li' d,
l'i .e: hijliA or ': )-l i lllr; Ory -uiyL, l:!;
i r. .iij.1, uiu red. lie; l.ii an I ent a i.l' 1,
'J',e; . a ii.it" d. 7 ,e. !nil!i ,iiid e t'n i-n,
lllieui I'd, "',1-J d:illl.li d. 'I' ,i.'
m.i e I'i.i.'i i-.i. ; ifii-i-ii, T' ' 'r ; d y
do, I'i-i 7'ic . ii" to aiii'i'ilii mid 'j -a It , ol wool ;
fii "ti H'li-iirlm l.'x-j dry do, l'-nl.',i'; J it in L)
cl.lnK, 2 ' tj ::.
I Mil A',').
"AVltK i-i'ii iner; April, ".''';e;
Juit' ninl-; July, Auvud,
iNdi .sti-iidy; A mil, ul'-in; M.iy,
.lu in., A .,e; July, in v Ann "Bt, :t r.
0'is-si,.inly; April, ;ii'4e; May, IfiVi
June. iivi Jifly, ; AiikusI, : ft year,
I'oiiK-lliili r; May, t'17.Xl; June, l7.l.ri;
Litfi-ti.idy: ytixy, f.rjn; Juno, JH.IO; July,
Hiiniir Kins Mav, s ;;"; June, fs.411; July.
Wheat Lower; No. :i lO d, May, tt.021.
1.0:? 'f " Jinn.. .iip. ''I.fil .'.
Onus Hinlicr: Apri1, ti I ; May, i;in, .'jflnijn,
O.vrs Weak; No, mixed, Ainil. liip.'.A
'!",e; May, ...
I'ltuvisioNS Cork-iu l; spot mens, $tii.."i0
f',lii.T'i: I .iii-i I -Weaker; strain, Mny, s.;js:
Livo Stoelt Markets.
llDiiS-lleeelpls. iL'.nml: ipilel anil (lull;
IVn ific lower; Unlit, (fi'i.sii; rniuh parkin,
if .i.!iii".'i.7U; In avy imekimr und slilpplnv, $-'i.75
C.vrn.i;-Iteci'lpts, 7.nn;i: dull; lllc 'ower;
tixpuii.-i, fir.wo'uw; troott to o'mleo, f5.o
O.yn: ei milium to fair, Ifi.LVM.Hi.
HllKK.e Kt oelptu, 3,0i; llrm common to
choice, Jll.VutuW.oU. ' ."
: : " ' ' V ' ,'.:: v
f Illll'lf VI-O. .. ...-.,
OATTi.ti-Dull; lair to grood steers, fi.80O
Mil, j. .'.' :' ,.- . . .
HiiKi'.i'-i-Hnsettlpel; fa'r to gond Western
rlieep, l.7iVr','i.iJi oholcc tu fiiitey, f A..'(tt.A0;
irniMl Westf-ni UtifitH, fi.8iri7.tt. -
IIoos (.itilfft i Hood to otiDloo VorknrK,
fi..siK"'.liO; Kood li.cr.iium welifhtS, $il.lKKiwl.lU;
Jils,f5.ii4jAJa.;; .' .
. ; j aiiu'iti;':. ' ... .
CArri.H Kocliii 8,iini; woaki, lOo lowers'
nullvn Hi6iirs, l,Syj to LiiTfi lbs. ayoanoi$u.5,'mA
f sl; liiit 'lii'f slei i'H, HI i lo l.lit'T llij. iiveriiiro,
ffl.bii ,r,5 eown. f l.7i.il r
Hoo Id iits, tf.inii weik: fiSrlilO Irtwer;
eliolce vwkiiK,tt?.Vt,6i'.U;, dj'hV and ;tnlxed,
tS.SiHt'wW. i ! ! , j ; J , : ; i l,i
. SiiKKe-rtechlpt, l.aib; ntdet prtr un-
eiiaiiKou. , , t i i ' ,
r r t
fur every fo in of
riinples to Scrofula.
'I'O t'l.l'.ANMK "THit SK N, .Hrilp nnrt Hlimrl of
inuv. r-, t, i luifijt v.i'r i.uiurvQi rjrru
fiiloiiit, li:hrriluil, mi CuutBloai Uuinjrn, lilood
Poiom LIcith. Abvcufli.' mid Infa 'lo kifl Tor
tun tht Crtici'tt MrnirtH wrw lnfftrtMr. .
Ull.TkA HBhOLNt.S'f, l,l! l,lWBiO', lUUUH,
Iiiiir'tir. iihd Ain'rlent.cxni'li, u -eau gurun from
Hie hlood and iii-ri-plrmlou, Htnl ttiun rtmoTcii hit
eiiam- ( uliiura. tli u-i-at skin Cure, Inutantly
IIij.mi Li liiiii! unii Ii lbimmiillon, rb urn the Skin
Jill! Si-aip, hwiiia I -icth Hint Korm, rulnnn tho
C".ni,l,'!nn Cilti'-nrn Snnp, Bn eiqnj,,,,
B.-aiil Hit ami I. ilet Hci,ui,ite, u lu- Uuvm-ahlu
In trfHtliie k I i d h'ih'i, Ui,d for rnnuh, i lmpix-d
r L'ttaiy hIhii. b'ai-.khtfaiU, ttlotclit-M. anil Imliy
hiiimirit. I'nticur.t Hi-.M-dm- nr.! tho only infallible
hliful ilr'H..ru .ml .Ivfi. 1...., t. , i.l .....
rliA". Ii"t liiiMN, risy , litwver, 8 sta.u Strcii',
Bd-ii m, n "iriH n dim of t Kti-u-n nniler bii
0-i rviiiimi 1-ir inu yi.u'rH, wnlch rovtreij Hie ua-Ml-iii
' linilyatid lltnhi, and to which all known-njtli'iil-
(d tr.'i.lmi'iit Imd tiei.-n udiud without
bun li-, which whc cnir.i!itel? ctmrl 8(tlt!y by I he
f iin lira Kumt-il. ci. K-. vil li a clean aud healthy
Ma. ami .vi:s. bvKHKrr stbhiiinh, li':ich"ra
town, M :-., wrte: "Our l'f.le b .y waHujrlbly
ailbrl.'d wi l, Sit ful'i, Suit Hheuiii. a,,d Ery.li.
Ian rv. r -I' it h" wan bo'ii. ami iiollnne we could '
tflv.: !..'l."! hi in untl we tried t.'uticura Ri m-diea,
wliii; -r il-.itthy lured li'm, until be in ai fair a
II. I.. ( ai i i.N ,c. II, i.iirroii, N. y, riin d of
ra rliini or l.iijir .y, ol twuuiy yoara. nandinif,
ny ( u,l an :. m , , ... u,,, mt wonderful cure
"' A il l t;.!hfui of r.d'- 'ri in ti'in dully.
I hv- H',.nn.i li - Mr N tlui'a'lit he muft d .
,"" ; " fur.' a j i-i Ire of t' e linage and
Q''"'1' m.iM t.f..i 1 . t ("Ilium
Mi." s. ,. . a i i-i.K lin-anir, : , write tut
hr im c. li. irt. mn: e,nw )-a i- f ,it liody were
a'lii i., nw li. ii c.ivin-.i with acah andanrua.
Miir r-.l -n iw-nilr ad ir ed everything. I'erma
'"' .' v il--Mj..t!.e C-llftira Kmnedlet frum a
Skiii I i ii in -r. .
S . id . v ry . hiiru. I'rW- rutlrnra, ! reiitHI ft
...lv i.t. $1 Ml; S av. -r rrnta. TinThlt Dnt o AND
( in n rn. i n , RiiMmi, Muss.
hend for "How m Cure "klQ Dinuaaea.'1
sax fokd's rafijQAi.f mx
Hie (iivab iiaaiuiV JKijtllfai'fwr tt $
ill h-lifizej iTiiericau Fim, Cmm-'
ilina Fir,. MiUijfOlJ, (Jioverf
l'lok-mii. Etc . V 1.
.... ... ...ri...-.. v .V.T.I,ll.9I Jl.n. 1UI '
i v. rv form u! ''uriirrh, ft .Itt a S tuiila TUd 1
V.-I- I !.,.m...9'.a I'.'l.l I 1... . ... . '
Ml'. i n i ... ,.. I ...... . r an ..11 1...... ..U.
' O'i.'f', lliiiiM bi. ai.fl Iachdrnt Couini.ilhii.
he i-fin Cm-, in'iiiiorla any ainl e?vri'viSoiBVrv
t like t dot fa;, ffivrakt. who!. .!. Cifs J ,
ti.u; t trum f!r. ni.T:cntfvu. anil ta ratii,rad.aii t
...... ... .. . iv w , .. .... stapiifiwilil
K0' niar.et.1. hmI ivr InV.ar . ''.
I I ir,i- l oiil'- Kndiil ir. o I'OX'l'nkiaVntSoP'
I vent and sa:.iir ra InliaKr. t'.l In en nvk,a,'a-
tinriiiii.c a rn-iipi.".e ireaiuieiii, a i an.gxjnt ir T
l As fir .-aufiird t Kadkal 4'ure. Jrr1
!' U ASU ClltMU AL Co.. iloHluU
Coliin'ii Voltaic iU-cUic PU
tur in.uuily a ti. ci tturX.rv
nua Synliin are! buil-ln-.
I'ain. A ie f. ct Kleclrlc Knt
trry eimMiied with a Porotia
l'.ati-r (or 'Jj r.l. I' annihi
lated I'atn, vitnlicen MVak and
W Cr'i Out I'urt., fjt,uUu-u .
IS THE CBI
M .-i iwyent. llei-. ami di- mute Id
f ull the liiiic ti.ui au utber plaitir iu tho ,
Id. .Su;d everywhere.
much for Samaiii
can one tne.yclnobo
I & Hticclflc fur lulJ
I Icpny, Dyanrpula,'
4 I K n k n I I '
-'I'.u... a.n...., nHriiuiniwiii, rtyvruinivr
Thin, or NetiiiiiuJ V eiiUni i,., und li II t other
('iiiiiiilidiiixf" Wutlium 11 a ipantir, cliii
J'ty, in ' Hum- thff Virus of nil ili.eaM-a uriBi pi from
llii.bli)iiil. IlM.Nirvliie, lteMlvi!it,Altemtlvoaial
Linalive tiriiirtleameetalltticcimdiliuu UcreU
referred to, lt'n known world u iilt a-i
It 'juietu und tniupuMi-a Uio putiunl nul by tlio
Introduction nf (ipiiiti'nntid driitle rnttmrtlcs, hnt
i.m y t a w .mi Lr: w jr
r, rnttmnirs, tint
(Jin tiimiu;li nud
ruin in Mlievad ) i
f. rtattil Ir .tHoi v t
1 " j I
(rnry mrt4, M- -
ny on) r hiiimtiun or activity in V" ntniii'u;" nua
iii rvouH hieiii, vlieri liy lh liniin in r'lhevad
.t innrlild f;in i, v Id' U 'Utu
tailm.ii uliovi! refi r'd lo..
'I'.. I. ,,,,,...,, J I rila.nn.
rliuiiln, llai'iki in, Lndiea uinnll tlionuwboac Bed'
i nt.'iry eiiiplnyiiiciit ransi-H iiervutia proHlrutliia,.,
irri uuiariues or mo moon, Hioinu'.u, ooeiHir
kldiirvsor wbure'ialn! u frurvatmiif .epw-tlzt-rfirj
KtlllllllutlL SAI OUT AN f-HVM 1H . invillian(r. 4
J iiiiiii-niikiiriii mim n thi! iinii wonflernn innc-
firnnt Unit ever tui'tnined tho Kinking nyati ui.
fl.W. hold by all Oruagi.u. .. r .,. U-)
' I'.ir teirtlmonlnln anI ctrnilnr. n1 rtamp. ' ' I
T2I 12, 0. A. SIIHKOITS CO IlirS'S
BT. JOBJa'il, 410.
Lord, soniriihiirh&4:o.,A;B., Chtcago, lib
m mwn mm
Liver aad Kidney Eotnedy, ;
Compounilpd from tho well known
Curatives Hops, JIalt, Bueliii, Alan-
drako, Dandelion, Bnrsnpariiia, t:as
cara Hasrada, etc, cotnlilnod with an ,
acrri'calilH Aronmtio Elixir.
I THEY CURE DYSrLTSIA & PICESTIOJ,
Act npoa tht Liver and KI1mj.
RIOTJULTB TUB BdWELS,
I They cure Rheumat ism, and airTJrt'
nary tronnioa. -Tiiwy nivrgorate, ,
aiOUrlsli, ntrcegtlion amuiut
thn NemitM 4Syn.
. A n Tonlo they hnva no Equal;
i. . i. t . .1 ai i ri . .
FOR SAW- QY ALL. DEALERS -s
Hops and Malt Bitters Co.
l k X l V V . 1 i S