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CAIRO, ILL, THURSDAY MOKXMi. MAY 20, liiiik
The Rev. J. E. Searlcs, of New York, is
one of the most widely-known and highly
esteemed of Methodist ministers.
I 2f?.ric" "?" :T m imi-rewH that it In a dutv
I to Uiosa afflirtisl with ftbeuuiatuiin or Neural.
. K) ijr that a remedy has boeu dlsoGverixl tht m
.1 ? . """'"'"UK micnbHH. My mm vu trruatly
aulietud with lUiaunialiHiii, and vulTured nr. severely
b . M . h8 wa" ol'l'Kl to have morphine lu.
Justed into hi arm to trot relief. Whllo In this am
dltiuu lie discovered a rernwly which elfoetod iiiiino.
Olata rUf, anda niiamiiitciire. Ho lis mnretur
Wnluyl It In many otlmni wltlj tho saint) result I hmo
. ? ""'"d"! ll to a number of irwni sufferm
with lUieuiuaU Bin, and the reniilt htm been luwediat
rohef, aiid a peruisiiuiit cure. Aiiiolk others, I irav it
K rlM V P"t t the 0on! Ht M F
(Jnmih. New Haven,(!ijtt.,whowanuffcnif irrtly
with this tarrlbla disaasa. I will (rive youurSi n
word m i written to my son, wishm him to imhlhh
Uio fa for the buueJH of other uflorUi with the
It 1 HUT 'ii'fli'
Wbat Mr. Cor bit Kayai
, " New Haven, Jnly M, IHS
.. ,?vr,e: Bir: I wish to Kay forth ben.
entnf all who are autrrlntr with Inflammatory klwti
jriatlmn. that your uitxliciue la infallible. I suflVivd
for two months the. uiont eieniciauiia; torture i li.it
?.Didl' f tmh.' J"' wu h"t ol" ' '"V bourn for
a month ; I heard of your reiuwly, and was almost
instantly ruheved by it If them m i ,.-nrte for l2
"'X kind, youra mostoertainly i for Inflaui.
tuatory Hheiuuatisiii lu it severwt form.
J"n "Xio.-tf ully, W. I'. COBDIT,
Ittiut OoorxeBt. it E. Church, New Haven. Conn."
Kueh hi Athloimiohos a thorough and
eflirient cure for the worst cases of l;hii
uiatUm and Neuralgia.
If rem cannot tret Atiiloprobob of ynnr dnynrist,
w will mtti 11 eirrww j.aid, on iwd.t of rnoilar
Irtoe one dollar per bottle. We prefer Ujat you buy
U from your dnuorti-t, but if ho hasn't it, do not tje
ruaded to try aomethunf ehw, but order at ouu)
from ua an dlrociod.
ITHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Tell the children to cot out and rave the comic
ilhouetta itcturea u Uity ap;ar from inaue to
Inane. Tht-y will be pluuiod with the coUectiuU.
Thin Bpae ii owned by
Of conra we mean the famom inlmal anarir.g
Hi ttie label of every iruiuiiie pi:kveof Iilack
!' Hull Dnrhaiu Bmokinir Tobacco. Every
daler thin. Uie bt Smokiii Tobacco made.
None genuine without trade-mark of the Hull.
C. AV. HENDERSON,
No. 1 9 L Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agcut foi the ('t'lehratcd
Manuftictnror and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work,
Bnildtrs' Hardware and rarpcJitiTK' Tool, TaVe
and Pocket Cutlfrv, bent In the riarkrt. IioL'er
lirna.' I'lated Knlvre, Forks ana Sooon". (irninle
Iron Ware. Berlin Earthenware v"h te Mountain
Kreesern. W'aier 'oolen, KufrirHrt(rs, Clothes
Wringer, Crown Flnter. Step Ladder. Garden
Implements, (ioldea SturOil Siovea- hei-t in the
world, Lamp of every descriptor, iilaiu till.
Carpet Sweepers, F. at her Duster. lirootns. Win
dow Screeu Wiro Cloth, Full supply ol Fishing
The above t rock bottom price.
Corner Ulb and Commercial Avenue, Cairo,
Telephone No. 2.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Mutto to Order.
8th St., bet,. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
CAIRO, - ILL.
Repairing neatly don eat short notice.
CAIRO CITY LIVERY, FEED nd
Coramcretal Av., Let. 8tli & 9th Sts.
Good Tnruonts at Rfasonable Rates.
Wllorsos bourdod mill well tmrod
fcUMMBR LAW I.KCUKR8(nlne weekly) bcnln
loth July, 18H4 and end 10th September. Hare
proved of slRnill use, 1st, to sturietils who design
to pursue their studies at this or other Law hcliool ;
Sd, to those who propose to read privately ; and Sd,
to practlonori who havo not had the advantage of
uritematic lnslruction. For clrcularaddrest (I'.O.
Unlvenlty ol Va.) to John B, Minor, 1'rof. Com.
and HUt.Law, M-lm
The Absconding Prosldont of th
Hot Sprhitrs National Bank
In Company With a Blonde Female, Hail
ing From the Classic Wilda
With Whom He Passed the Night in i
State-Room Closely Watched by a
St. Lon!, Mo., May 28. Andrew
Uruon, the missing President of the Hoi
Springs National Jiank, which failed yes
t'jrd:iy under peculiar circumstances, wu
captured thia momlujj on au Irou Moun
tain train, in company with Mrs. Steele,
of Peoria, 111., and brought to this dtj
by detectives of the road. When Union's
bunk closed at Hot Springs ths
feeling against him was Intense,
and his sudden disappearance led
to an Investigation. The bank's
capital was 850,0'JO and Its liabilities
;2,27'J.40. Yesterday afternoon Iiruoo
was seen at Little liock in company with
Mru. Steel, with whom he was on inti
mate terms, although a married man. Ho
KISSKU 1JKK OUI-MYK
at the depot, and as the train moved away
he boarded the smoking car in thu dis
guise of a farmer. Later in the day
liruou left the srnokirg car and proceed
ed to the state-room occupied by Mrs.
Steel, locking the door upon themselves.
Shortly after the train had left Little
Hock the Chief of Police at Hot
Springs telegraphed the conductor
of the train that the missing
President was on board and to arrest him.
James .1. Kinney, a detective in the serv
ice of the Irou Mountain, took the affair
in hand and disguULng biinself as the
brakesman of the train took up watch at
the door of the state-room and in the
morning, when Mrs. Steel left the room
to go to the dressing room, Kinney en
tered and arrested Hruon. He held him
until the train arrived at the I'uion depot
this morning at six o'clock, and the
party took a car and put up at the Lac
lede Hotel. A watch was stationed over
the prisoners, w bo, it is said, are in pos
session of a large amount of
TIIK MIHMLWl KCNPS.
At a point on the road early this morn
ing an attempt was made to mob the
train when it wa.s learned that liruon was
abroad. Mrs. Steel carries a small grip
sack which Mie endeavored to make
away with while at the Laclede, but
was prevented by the niau in charge.
Dctuctive Furlong turned his prison
ers over to t'hief of Police Harrigan
about eleve n o'clock. They rode to the
Four Courts in a hick accompanied by
Detectives hhtehan and l.awler. liruon
expressed himself as perfectly will
ing to go back to Hot Springs,
and will not put the authori
ties to the trouble of securing a requisi
tion.' He would not leave uutil to-morrow,
however, at which time he under
stood the Chief of Police of Hot Springs
would be here. When questioned a!out
the woman accompanying him he insisted
that she should be set at liberty and he
thought it would be an outrage to take
her back to Arkansas. Mrs. Steel had a
veil over her face, but not sufficient to
hide the palor of ber countenance. She
is short and thick set, of the pure blonde
type, with golden hair and blue eyed, has
a matronly appearance and is apparently
nearing the forties in age.
TIIK CAHOKIA MCKUEREIl
To Be Hanged at Belleville Friday.
Bki.i.evillk, III., May 28. The Cir
cuit Clerk yesterday made out the death
warrant of William Brown, the murderer
of Lavigne, who will be hanged at 11:30
a. in. on Friday. The Sheriff has received
numerous applications for admission to
the hanging, but all have been refused, as
the law provides that only the olllcials,
relatives of the family over twenty-one
years old, a reporter from each paper
in St Louis and St. Clair County
and twelve reputable citizens se
lected as a jury, can be ad
mitted. The following have been se
lected as the jury: John Bonner, Fred.
Hein, Jr., Joseph Meamber, Conrad Best
and John Niemes, of lvist St. Louis;
John lioul, W. F. Ward, L A. Woelk and
F'red. Schwartzenbach, of Belleville; J.
M. Fo.t n, of Shiloh; J. B. Vint, of Cher
okee, and Kev. Carl Von Wcigowski, of
Kidge Prairie. Brown lias written the
Sheriff, asking permission to spend to
morrow with his wife, who is in jail for
complicity in the crime. Brown is to be
strangled by the same rope that Phil,
Matthews swung from for the murder of
Ml' 111) Kit AND SUICIDE.
A St. Louis Man Murders His Wife and
Then Takes His Own Life.
Sr. Lot'is, Mo., May 23. Leopold
Suess, residing on the second floor In the
rear of 410 Franklin avenue, murdered
his wife last night and then ended his
own miserable existence by sending a
ball through his brain. There are two
children, girls, aged seven and fifteen
years respectively, left behind. Flvo
pistol shots were the signal that told of
the deed at a quarter past ten o'clock,
and the reports were followed the next
Instant by piercing screams of "murder!"
The house where the tragedy was enacted
stands on the east side of the alley be
tween Fourth and Fifth streets, and
within three minutes from the time of
the shooting it was crowded with an
eager, surging throng of people. I)e
tcctivo Browning and Oillccr St. John
were soon ou the scene.
Several excited persons directed the
officers up stairs, a dilapidated pair of
outside steps that terminated on tt narrow
porch extending across th rear part of
the building occupied by several families.
The sonth apartment was the one In
dicated, and wlthont waiting for auy
further information Detective Browning
burst the door In. Not a sound was hoard
within, but a faint glimmer of a dirty
TIIK LIFKLKSS FORM
of tho murderer on the floor In front of
the stove lu the mouthwest corner, with
Wood and brains trickling from bis right
temple and a five-barreled forty-caliber
empty revolver clinched la his
right band. Where was Ms jrtfet
In opening the door it lhd
her form from view, and she was iiot
seen nutll tho door was closed to keep
out the crowd. Then she was discovered
In a sitting posture leaning sgalnst the
door facing where she had fallen,
pierced through the abdomen with the
deadly bullet. Her head drooped for
ward and the pallid features plainly
told that the murderer had done his
work, and the pulse had ceased to beat.
The fingers of her right hand were cov
ered with blood. There was nothUig
else to suggest how tho crime
was committed, for there were no
eye witnesses. These facts were
barely discovered when Emily,
the little seven-year-old daughter, aroused
from her sleep, came from the only ad
joining room, and was taken Into William
Ooltz's house next door. In the rneau
Uine an ambulauce arrived and the two
corpses were taken to the Morgue. From
neighbors In the vicinity it was learned
that Suess was a worthless character,
who tried to pass himself off for a doctor,
hut managed to eke out an existence by
peddiiug apples and ginger cakes on the
street. He and his wife have led a quar
relsome life, their troubles apparently
being about money matters. Failing to
provide money enough to support his
family, Mrs. Suess bad Instituted suit
against him for maintenance of
the children, and the case was
to have coino up for hearing
Did It With a Bazor.
St. Louis, Mo., May 28. This morn
ing at six o'clock Frank Nowak commit
ted Suicide at Wessel's & Pope's brick
yard, corner Grand and Iiappahanock
street, by cutting hln throat with a razor.
He was a helper In the kiln, and on his
arrival this morning acted queerly and
then disappeared. After a time his fellow-workmen
searched for him and found
him dead behind a wood-pile, lie leaves
a widow and eieht children in good cir
cumstances. His family say he was in
sane and had been in mental trouble for
two months. He was building a brick
house in the rear of his residence, and
diliiculty in continuing the work seemed
to have caused his suicide. He was
forty-six years old and a native of Bo
hemia. THE PENS BANK.
Its Affairs Bear a Decidedly Mixed
PiTTsnuitGH, Pa., May 28. The Peun
Bank affairs continue to engross public
attention. Some express the opinion that
the affair is either a downright swindle
or a case of criminal mismanagement.
Last night, at a late hour, Isaac Van
Vorhees, attorney for V. N. Kiddle,
President of the Penn Bank, appeared at
the Prothonotary's office with a judgment
note on a bond for $W,750, confessed
May 27, 1864, by William N. Kiddle, in
favor of the bank directors. Tho judg
ment was recorded and an execution at
tachment Issued immediately and put in
the Sheriff's hands, with instructions to
levy on persons, corporations and insti
tutions with which Riddle was connected
as guarantees. Various rumors are In
circulation regarding heavy overdrafts.
The most credited places them at
$1,200,000. Every effort is being made
to lind out the names of the members of
the fictitious firm of I). Wilson & Co.,
which shows overchecking to the extent
of a quarter of a million, but thus far
they have been unsuccessful. Warner,
Superintendent of the County Work
house, is appointed assignee.
Declared Not Guilty of the Murder of
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson.
Chicago, III., May 28. At 10:15 this
morning the jury in the case of Neil Mc
Keague, on trial for two weeks for the
murder of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson at Win
netka, came into Court with a verdict of
not guilty The verdict was received
with great applause In the crowded
court room. McKeague was cool and
collected. The jury were out eighteen
hours. In retiriug they stood ten for ac
quittal and two for conviction. An
agreement was reached at daybreak. The
prisoner was released.
A Strike on the Tapis.
Pittsburgh, Pa., May 28. On Mon
day last the operators of this pool noti
fied the miners that on June 1st a reduc
tion of a quarter cent per bushel on the
price of mining would be made. The
mass meeting of the miners of the third
pool was held yesterday, at which it was
decided not to accept the reduction. Uu
les9 the district price, three cents, is paid
it was decided to strike.
His Losses Crazed Him.
Milwaukee, Wis., May 28. John J.
Nelson, a prominent citizen of Wauke
sha, who lost a large fortune by the into
failures, became a raving maniac over his
misfortune and hanged himself lu his
barn this morning.
Incendiary Fire Elevator Burned.
St. Louis, Mo., May 28. An incendi
ary fire at Cunningham, Mo., to-day
burned the grain elevator at the Wabash
depot and six cars on the siding. Loss,
$3,000. The freight in the depot was
"The thirty-first annual session of the
American Congregational Association Is
in session In Boston.
B. J. Treacy, Lexington, Ky., was fined
$500 for publishing a slanderous card
about Judge Morton.
Another warrant has been sworu out
against Ferdinand Ward, now iii Ludlow
Street Jail, New York.
J. K. Simmons of Grant & Co. was"
nominated yesterday for President of tho
New York Stock Exchange.
The suit of Warren Currier vs. West
Shore Railway, In New York, has been
decided. In favor of ck'fenQant.
Mrs. U. 8. Grant has sold her Washing
ton residence to J. K. McLean, of tho
Cincinnati Enquirer, for ?fi,500.
The West Side Bank of New York will
resume, as the surplus over and above
liabilities Is found to be $K3,6i)9.
Tho Natloual riorse Show ts going on
at New York. One of tho animals owned
by U. 8. Grant, Jr., took a second prlno.
San Francisco delegates to tho Demo
cratic State Convention of California arc
ptadged by resolution to Tlldcu against
A firo at Harrlsburg, Arkansas, de
stroyed a number of business bouxes.
The losses are only partially covered by
Tho steamer Pilot Boy, a warvtiouso
and a quantity of cotton Were destroyed
by fire at (Tharleston, S. (X, yesterday.
DERBY DAY IN ENGLAND,
Tho Great National Itaco Ruu in
tho Presonco of an Iuimenao
Throng of Spoctatora.
A Dead Heat for the First Placa Be
tween St. Gatien and Harvester
-Queen Adelaide Third.
A Number of Prominent Americans On
the Ground First Money to be
TIIK I.LUllY A UKAD HEAT.
London, May 28. The race for thj
Derby was run at Lpsom Downs to-day,
The weather was coul and the sky over
cast. Nevertheless the Downs wire
black with people. The graud stands
were crowded to excess and ihe select
paddocks and rings occupied by the aris
tocracy. Ou the hlil along the race
course loiii: lines of e.'irri.oes were
drawn up, six deep. The Americans
present included General Noyes, Marcus
Mayer, Henry Webber, J. II. Cappleston
and Mike DcYoung, of tiieSan Francisco
Chnnbh', all of whom rode to F.psom in
coaches, a:id W. II. Vauderbiit, who
drove down iu a close carriage. The
course was in good order, the track dry,
and betting was lively, even ladies outline
on money freely. IJueen Adelaide was
the favorite. The race was one oi the
most exciting for years, Major Bruce's,
St. Gatien and Sir J. Willoughby's Har
vester running a dead heat for first place,
and Queen Adelaide coining in close to
to their heels.
The other starters were Gerard's St.
Menard, Hamilton's Lochran.a, Us
Lome's Waterford, Price's Bedouin, Will
ton's Ilichuiond, Mclnivre's Beauchamp,
Jardln's Borneo, Long's Condor, llold
away's The Hopeful Dutchman, iioths
child's Talisman, Lelevre's I' rest
and llotlischiid's Woodstock. Betting
before the race was 2 to 1
against Queen Adelaide, 5 to 1
against St. Menard, 13 to 2 ng iinst Talis
man, l1-1 to 1 against M. Gatien, 12 to 1
against Beauchamp, i to 1 against
Waterford, 11 to 1 against Barnes, and
18 to 1 ugaiii't Kiehinond.
The race will not be run off, and
the stakes wi.l be divided between
the owners of St. Gatien and Harvester.
At the start St. Catien took the lead,
Kichmond next, Condor last.
London, May 28. The J'-itl Mill Go
Z':Uc declares that the answers of the
.Ministers y.atrday iu Parliament to the
questions regarding the management ol
Kgypt were "evasive an I shuilling." It
says: "if they persist in the scheme ol
multiple control the chief Liberal news
papers oppose, they are lost."
AMF.MCAN SKCTlU lirs IN LONDON.
London, May 23. The market of Amer
ican railway securities -opened strong,
and at noon showed an advance of 1-2 tu
2 2-i over last evening's dosing.
St. ricrnnsm iK;, .May 28. It ts stated
that the Czar, Czarina and ('.arowitcE
will soon make a journey into the In
terior of Knssia.
Madisii), May 28. In Southeastern
Spain 400 dwellings were destroyed and
514 persons injured by lioods.
Ottawa, May 28. Advices from tin
Northwest say that Piapot has arrived ai
Funeral Directors' Association.
PiTTsnt noil, Pa., May 28. The Funer
al Directors' Association of Penusy!vani;i
met in annual session here this morning,
with 250 delegates iu attendance, a num
ber from other States. Nothing of im
portance has yet been transacted.
Missouri Capital Notes.
JiiFFEitsos City, Mo., May 28. The
following incorporations liled articles to
day: Moore & Sears, Dry Goods and
Carpet Company of Nevada; capital, $20,
OuO. The Baunantine Galvani.ed iron
Manufacturing Company of St. Louis;
Colonel James C. Mlntee, of Chiilkotlie,
candidate for .State Treasurer, is iu the
city looking after his interests. lie feels
hopeful for the outcome, but does not
boast of his streugth.
Kansas Political Items.
Toi'KKA, Kas., May 28. Hon. S. 0.
Thacher, Kepublicau-Prohlbition candi
date for Goveruor, will withdraw from
the race in favor of Hon. John A. Martin
iu the interest of harmony.
The ltepublican Convention of the
Sixth Congressional District to-day
unanimously renominated lion. Lewis
llauback for Congress. This makes the
seventh rcnoinination for Congress In tho
State, all by acclamation.
Watching: for Eno-The West Side Back
New York, May 28. A pelting rain did
not prevent a Deputy Sheriff from watch
ing F.no's house this morning.
Notwithstanding tho report of the bank
examiners showing a surplus of money In
the West Side Bank the doors will not be
open till to-morrow. No intelligence lias
been received of the defaulting teller,
The committee of one hundred business
men appointed under a resolution passed
by the ineetingheld hi Cooper Instiluleto
go to Chicago and advocate Arthur's
nomination, have been made up, many
leading bunkers, merchants ;and lawyers
being among its membership. They will
leave Thursday night in three special
Pullman cars, Booms have beeu engaged
at tho Grand Pacific, Chicago. David
Bows, the millionaire Hour merchant, Is
chairman of tho committee.
A Singular Verdict.
Santa Fh, N. M., May 28. Tho body
of "Black Pete," a Spaniard and noted
horse-thief and rustler, was found near
Sovayo, Valencia County, yesterday, with
a bullet through his heart; no clue. Tho
news wua received with ioy, lor ho has
long been a meuaco to the people on the
Moxioan border. The yeidlct of tho
Coroner's jtrry M, "billed by a thuudcr-
Death of a WtiU-Knowa Pilot.
Caiuo, III., May 28. Henry Hurt, a
prominent pilot on the Mississippi lliver,
died at the hospital here ll-t night.
New Youk, May 28. I.illie Gregory
and Irene Kuhn, aged nine, living in Har
lem, were kidnaped iu Central Park last
Pacific Mail Directors.
New Youk, May 28. The old Pacific
Mail directors were re-elected to-day.
The net earnings for the year were
President Garrett to Retire.
Baliimohe, Mi.., May 28. It is stated
that J. W. Garrett is to retire from the
Presidency of the Baltimore i Ohio Com
pany, and will be succeeded by his son,
Tho WlsconBin Democrats. j
Madison, Wis., May 23. The Demo
cratic Slate Convention was called to or
der at noon. tivur two hundred dele
gates were present. The opening hours
were occupied with routine business.
A Slim Chance for Life.
ILuiKisnrm;, Pa., May 28. The Par
don Board is considering the request for
a commutation in the case of Jesse Car
ter, sentenced to hang July ;i. It is be
lieved their decision will be against Car
ter. A Minnesota Fire.
Minneapolis, Minn., May 28. The
JntiriKir Northern Pacific Junction,
(Minn.) special says: "The Fergusou
Hotel, four stores and one residence
were burned this morning, Loss, IJI'.U,
000; insurance, $UI,wo."
Horse Thiev s Captured.
St. Josei'ii, Mo., May 28. Friday
night two horses belonging to Glenn,
Bolander & Skinner Bros., Topeka, were
stolen, The hnres were brought to St.
Joseph and sold. The thieves were
tracked here and arrested this morulng.
Bolander claimed the horses.
Thg Tower Hill Bandits.
Suri.in villi:, Ii.i.., May 28. Tho
three young men who outrageously as
saulted and nearly killed Ivl. Lyford in
rubbing him on the highway, in jail
here, are Harry Hughes, Kit Miller
and Mike u'lirien, and none are over
twenty years of age. Their homes are
in Southern Indiana.
Grain p.nd Provisiona.
Corros-Pte.ldvj iniddlinir. IPJ'tU'je.
Ki.ocit Sle i.ly; XAX to choice, .'..,'iu i,!.70;
Wiikat .-tesidv: No. 'i Ked, tl.Ui
1.1-!; No. if Red,
t'tiUN-ftroinrer: No. 2 mixed, K&VjCj
No. 'i white mixed, tauiAi ,je.
Oats steady; No. 2. 'S:ycto.
Uvk Nominal; No. 2, fi'Jljjjc c.
'1 oiiacco I-inn; lu--rs common to ctiolcP,
f.1.7.Vij.li).(W; leal; ceiiinion red leaf, fivjog
lu.;w; medium to poud i I-'.iV.JiS 17.50.
fl ky Priorie i2.W fur iirmie; 114.00.15.00
fur ehoiee; mixed fl'iu li lor coiiiinnii to
n-iiiie: timothy :;o.I lor prime to choice;
iii'iey, f .'iu.M,
lit'i i kh Weak: choice to Taney ereamery
I.e.,.;; dairy, choice lo I aney, i43Lc: low
Koos stfitfiv, at li"t:ouo
i'oTAi'oi,s--.NeH-; iuiil ut H.'itS.tu per tmr
ret. I'uHK liull; standard nies. f lil.7'i'al7.i 0;
laird side, $lii.o I.
L tun Mull ; prime Pteaiu, 7 'iii', e.
Hacon Lontfs, s'o'i'.'e; shorts, '4'.!n,;ei
dent nils. !ii(,0',c.
Wool 'J'uti-wu-lipfl. choice, aifflle; fair IH-i?
itiic; dintry an 1 low '-'i l'hvn-.Ui-, I Imico
medium 2"!,-" :: iron I a cra.'e medium H'i)
2!e; -eOvteil littlit line I'.e-'t.'.'ile ; yon I nvciU-'O
17'M-c; heavy liHlii eoniluin.-, 1 1 Ij'.o id, 2d
4.C." ; enliiliiiiir. low irra les, I.Vj IS1.
IIim:s-oinei; dry unit. h'.'so: dam-
Hired. 'i c; linns or sta-'S, 10c; Orv
salted, lie: drv suite I, liauuue I, Hie; kip ami
falf. salted. H'-c: dn iiatred, rv4e: hulls and
6iiiirs, 5'4e; frrccn, uiicurcd, 7 ie; damaged,
Minn' I'm.'rs Stonily; irreen, 7U7S-V; dry
do, 4iti'70c., us to iimoaul nil I iinalitvoi wool;
irrcen slieiirlinys, Lie; dry do, pAjdjo; lamb
tkillS, ' dr'M.
W'tiE VT-Wea'iei': No. 2 lied. May. f I. Id.
t'ous Hiidier; No. 2 mixed, May, l- ,c.
I vrs II. j;h t; No. 2, mixed, June, ',n't
I'ltovistoNS I'nrk Otliet; coot tnes-i, JI7.nl
il,',','t Lard HiirO, r; sicum. May, f '.V.v.s.oT.
Wheat Firmer; May, '; Juno. Ki'ic;
July, M V: Au:-'u-i, ic.'e; S. . r t m t c r, 01 v.
I 'ohn Weaker: May, .Viv-; June, iV-,e;
July, iYT'.jc; Aunusi, os v.
o'vts steady ; May, :ip;e: June, 32c; July,
if." .e; Aitu-u-t.
1'iiiiK-Sieiidy; Mav, $100; Juno, fll'.sl;
Jll.y. W.-0; Aiiaust, t lu.ul.
Low Steady; May, iHi.'O: June, s.':i); July,
fs.iO; Aii'.'Usi, $.: ; scilcinhcr, js.ou.
Shout Kins June, ts.10; July, $s.j2 i;
August, f s.O.'j.
Live Stock Markets.
lloos lieceljits, I7,ikl; stronjrer mil
fie liij-lier; Ihrm, $".un.',.'.C: roiwh paek
iliir, ? i.O 'i4"i. In; heavy pdckiiur ttn-l shipping',
f i. A.V.
t'Aiil.i: Heeeipts, 4,ih strong; ev
liurts, h,.'m ".su; j'iml tn elioieu JLin' 4
ii..'ii; eoiiiinuii to fait', f.'i.iii'iO.uij,' I m i 1 h--. a' ,
Siii'.i i' lt"'e'pt, 1,000; firm; common to
f'ATTi.K Vilt'ke: quiet and tipc!;anu'ed:
(roid to eh liei- St. ers, ..0 1. 10; far to
hiedium, ..". '.0 (,."..: 1 1 1 1 an sleeiss, s."i.;,ii- ...;:
mixed liuleheis', ?l.2'v;.i.nl; s: uelo i s. f l."iU"i
6.10; fur. I'lllN, ?l.2'fi.i,'i.li.
Siira-.e 1 ml a id inielnve.' d: cominnn 1o
fair, fl.'AVi I.S'i;jrood to elioiee, f4.!m.U.50
extnt, f V.-fcV'i "i.tif; vvooled t-hei'ii, i "i.',.VrO'l.2"i.
Hons S14 udy: luii-deiiuind; 1 orlu'rs, eniii.
1111111 and litflit to luir, $.'i. I . i.'i. la; (.'invito
ehuice, fViM (.".7.i; to id iiieiliuins, J.V7ii'i ".'i;
Catti.k i;eeeiils, l,'t0; steady; nativo
BteflS, l.it.'.StO l.ii'O IliS. nv er.ore, f ."..Vrrfii. 12' 3 !
Mockers 11 n I if ders iineliiiii'-'i d.
Hons lleeeipts, H,.Mm: weak mid 1' '"n
lower; lots ol l is tu Ml 10s. uv era-'e, .,.io
dj."i.2ii; iiiiiiuly ut l.'i.e.v.i.l'i.
MIUKI'-Iieceipls, ;.; ipiiel and unehil'ii-'ed.
Money and S.ocks.
Nkvv Youk, Mav 2.-Tl vie la I ms of
nmny speeulaioii at 'he 1 his lu t nnrlii Hint
the iniom In the sleek mar! el ill niuuit.-.l
yesterday would cull nine to dav, were,
tirouifbt to a Mi'ideti erdiiii. lliis 111 1 itiiur. At
Hie 01 eniiiit oi the i.vclni ir" t wit- found that
11 , drilled ehiiniT" of i-entline it had si in, it-ni
inanv wliu were netivelaivei's o ti-rd iy wero
fyiutlly anxious 1 1 seil tins moi-niu r, I rotii
tlif tiii'iilnK,larrf hiocisiif stocks, espei ln,y
coal luuf, were thrown on tho imirlw1, mid
despite tho nlTorts of Hiipporliiir e fines,
nrht's (THvO way sharply for moot of the IhL
Kvery huIp fauseil 11 decline, nn 1 the itutrkot
kept. iMeudtly ou the downward tum dutliijr
the first hour.
Mw York, Way 24, 1:1)0 p. n. Money i!i74
per cent. Kxchantie quiet but llrtii ut PKaiNl:
(jovBrnnien'sstoaitj-: ru Teney rt's, iJi Iml; i's
con con, I'-U hid; 4't'Rdu, llil't, hi I. cine. o he
Inst report the iniirket rallied t'riietaiinilly
shortly Ix l'oio mld-duy, hut the rucovery wus
eulsoiU"ir.ly lot aim evn lower priefi
touched In ne instiutoe n reports fr un
tho West of oolil weather and in;ry to trrovr.
iiitf erupt. I'rk tt at tho time of writing were
tho rowept Wiiehed to-Aii .-. ... tJ
a, aT H aM -
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaao, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Tlieont. Sitelllni.'". Nirnina, Uruises,
IburiiH. Si'iihU. Front ltil4.
AMI All, IIIIOIl llillPll.V I'lIVS A Ml 1IIIFS.
S-l t Urus,l,l. r.. l.-al,.r.vrvwliri. fill CtfUUft bottle,
liir,.Mi..ii, iu II l.ii2iinKi'g.
Til K i If A li I E-. A. V Ofc E I.F It CO.
'Hi,.iii.A.Vuuii,t1Llaii fUttimor, aj.,r.8.i.
lor Enfochled Svstoni.8,
SiilTerlnir from n e--sj-r,il wimt nf tone, and IU
Usual eiiiieiiihuiir,!.-. ily-1 eps a mid nervousness,
i seldom ileriv' ili'e fi-iun tl;e use nf ii nourishhif!
diet mid sdlinull df uppetite, unaided, A merit
cue Unit vvi ell -et n ri tnovnl of the speclllc olista
cle t'i retievv-'d lu-i Hi mid vinr. Unit I a i;etiuiii8
eierei-tive. is llie r, ,il i.eed. It is the pnssvion
of thiii mind n ipiireiiient aliiiii makes Hosteller's
Sj'oniinti J t i 1 1 r-i s i ell' rtive us un inviforant.
For -'il" 1). nil dm u'i'ts titid dealers 'enernllv.
; c O
K 10 EY DISEASES
Hornnso it nets on the I.IVEK, HOWELS and
KIDNEYS at the same lime.
Epphuso it cleanses tho system of tho poison.
oua humorfl that dovelopo in Kidney and Uri
nary Dueaisca, nuiougnesH, Jaundu o, Constipa
tiou. Piles, or in Uaeumaosm, Neuraliria, Ner
vouniiijiorderiiftticl all Eeni.alcConiplaiuU.
( ifSOJI) 'KkiI'ii? IMS.
IT WILL 6UEELS CTJEB
By cauuiiij FHEH ACTION of all the organ
and functions, tuorcby
CLEANSING the BLOOD
restoring tho normal power to throw off disoass.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of tho worst forms of tlio.io terriblo diseases
have been quickly relieved, and iu a short uiuo
rr.nr, $i. injur mi nur, siii.u iir uiu utitsTS.
T)rv can bo sent br mall.
WELLS, ElCUAiLDSON 6c Co.. Burlington, Vt.
'3 S.rnl ...:np I T l!rv Aiuiauaf fi'r lsl.
Cni'k.Simuii, Wrenches, Uheu
inatiiin, .Neuralgia, Selatlea,
1'IfiirHy Tains, stiteh In tho
Side, Uuekaehe, Sun. lien Joints,
Hi-nrt Diseaco, Sum Museles.
r.iin in the Clie-t, and all pM" and a. h, s either loeal or
ileeiseiiied an' in-t antly relievrd and siK'etlily cured by
tlio "Mill-known ll .p i'oilcr. t'onipoimded, as it Is, of
tin) nn ilu-lmil vii tin nut Irc-hlli ps, limns, I'jilmuu and
iAtru ts, II Is Indeed tin liext iuvin-kiiliiur, stlnmiatlntr,
smilhinir audsti-euulli' nini, I'orous I'lnsur ever mario.
;.ip J'liulrri are si.ld ly all lUUrib't-tsand country stun.
2.1 rents or live Mr Slim.
Mailed on receipt nf
prieo, 1nji IVunf. rf'o.,
rrolirietnrs and Mann
H5g 5 S g E Z?
r- r as
x a 3
rit-nponrod hv Hm-l'-v' Stnmnnti nn'l I.f vor llIKjrt
Ol'1 'III K HUMAN lllUiV IM.VI I', I'KVfl.
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a.U ,ri i-.,oni'iit I . i -i i-i ti i ii t .i.r. I" -y:
ipi'.ri..s aowiU'-n.- him, lli. i Oi''-
lliia d.i ill I Ins." On tin- ,. nf ','"' loTiers.lr.i
Ei.i':Si'-i. Q I'"'' '- v - ' ' ;'
UK. H. 11. K tVK, ol !. ixonlnrtr
llnnM, n.iw mfrr R.miy hflrtlif
...u ..... kilf nHlvklT tnd Dtnllr. l.llmil.
BUli ioili'iil.'nieni'-iil(nm .ttilii.iit lnrllcl in(i A-.,sSi1ral
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