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VOU XVJ. CAIRO, UAu, FRIDAY MOUXIXO, 3fAY 30," 1M1, NO. 119. "
The Rev. J. E. Searles, of New York, is
one of the most widely-known and highly
esteemed of Methodist ministers.
I lLml2 '1 un Imprwed that It In a duty
1 .V "' r,.inicUyl wllt BUMUiintiMii or Neural.
E i'.jSwy Uml ,"u'elr I'" Iwn diaooverwl that is
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unictMl witb Hiieumatnim, idiI auffnrod aeverHy
EI. ft l va "t'liK'd U) have morphine in.
aition fa discovered remedy which effected iiun.a.
5rJ','i Mil cnnwiwit cure. He bu mninlur.
tunned It tnroaiijr others with the nauia rwult. I have
m11"?, " to noinr iif iwraous suffentiif
with BheuiuaU.iii. mid the nult bu Ijmu Immediate
relief, and a inuanmjt cure. Amoiiirothers, Iiraveit
yA'L."1- v. Curl.it, l'aVrolUie(W,ryeHt M K
Church. Now Haven,(:iin.,whowaHSiiffeniii(iiT.;atlir
wioi this lerrllue .Iwm I will wve y "ulu mv n
f"r th UlI,6ti' t others suffering- iih the
What Mr. (orbit Hayn
M " New Haven, Julr S4 l
ent of lU wtou uffrtiiW witb I:inamiu.ry Rhe .
UMtliiu. that your medicine In infallible. I
K.iZ'.', S';'!'. k" "J.'"1 "'iU"Sf torture ; l..,t
aiaonUi ; I beard of your remedy, and wan aim't
iMUiitly relieved by if If there bYa .idticf r ,hZ
ea. oTany kind, yours moetoeruinly is for Inflaii
Uiatory lUieumatwm in iLe mvtirwt form.
lour inoHt rwii-tf ully, Wji p Tobkit
" Itur Ovurgo BLiLK. ClVuVcl,, Sow UavSf. Coun."
Such ia Athlophokos a thorough and
efficient cure for the worst cases of Khcu
niatiam and Neuralgia.
If yon cannot iret ATiiLOrnOBOt of your dnwvtst,
we will send It hitwh paid, on tnx of Mruiar
prioe-one dollar per botile. We prefer Uiat you buy
It from your druiwirt, but If b hasn't It, do not l
persuaded to try notuetlun ol, but order at once
from u u directed.
ITHL0PHOR0S CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Tell the children to cut out and aave the comic
silhouette pirturt aa they spiar from lasue to
Usue. They tiiU be plawl with the collection.
This ipace la owned by
Of eonme we tneAn the famnni animal arrarlE
on ktie laljel of eery genuine patkaireof black
we.' Bull Durham finicking Totacco. Every
df aler kf thia, Uie lut HniokihK Tobacco made.
None B-enume without trade-mark of the Bull.
C. r. IIRXDERSOJr,
No. lOtCornmerrliil Ave.,
.Sole Ajjeut foi the Celebrated
Manufactnror and Dealer In
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Builders' Hardware and (Vnent'T' Toolf.Tah'e
and I'ocket ( uti-rv. beet In the triirket. Humeri
Broi".' I'laled Knivr, Kork auu Su.mjii", (irmiite
Iron Ware. Il. riln Earthenware. W'h u- Mountain
Freezer. Water foolers, Kf'i!eraiors, t-lotnea
Wrlneerc. Crnwu Fiuter-. Si -p Ladder, (tardea
Im.dcmemf, (ioldea Star Oil Stoves- lift in the
world, Lnrapt of evi-rv i e (. o ri tion. Klain OH.
Car,"t Sweeiiera, F ather Duoler. lirooni". Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, Full (U;iply ol Fiehing
The ah"' .t rorit bottom price".
Corner lJth and Commercial Avenne, Cairo, 111.
Patrick T. 3IcAlpine,
Mtule to riler.
8th St., hot. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - ILL
Repairing neatly don e at short not ice.
CAIRO CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial A?.,-bet. 8th & 9th St8.
Good Turnout? at Reasouable Rates.
VlZorsos boarded utid well cured
TBLKPHONE KO. 1M.
SUMMER LAW l.FXUlEH(nln weekly) beRln
lflth July. 1SH4 and eml ltlth September. Hara
proved of litnul ti'C, -Int. to oturti'iitB who derlun
to pursue their ntndlei at till" or other Law School;
Id. to thoae who uro'ione to read tirlvatelv: and 3d.
to practlonura who have not had tho advnntuite of
yaleroatlc inttructton. for circiiurauiirenini'.o.
UnWenltyol Va.) to John B. Minor, 1'rof. Com,
so oiat. uw, ii-iui
TOOK A DROP.
Exeoutlon of Wealoy Johnaon al
Napoleon, O., for Killlmr Geo.
WlUlamaon and Wife.
Disgraceful Conduct of Admitted Specta
tors During the Culprit's Filial
Nine Men Killed and Eleven Injured in
Krupp's Tunnel on the South Penn
Napolkon, O., May 29. Wesley Johu.
son, who murdered George Williams and
wife October 23d, 18i3, was hanged this
morning. "It Is just and right that I
fihould bang," said Johnson, after the
death warrant was read to him. He was
tttrictlv temperate and refused all stiniu
lunts. At 9:15 the crowd of pass-holders
began to surge into the jail, joking
and chaffing about the execution, In lull
hearing of the man preparing for death.
I ully 'i'M people were admitted. liibald,
jokfcs and loud laughter while Johnson
was engaged in prayer witb his spiritual
adviser, caused him to shudder slightly,
but he prayed on. At 10:05 the trap was
sprung and tho culprit launched into
Johnson was twenty-three years of age,
and had served one term in the feuiten
tlary. He became enamored of a women
living at Napoleon, who threatened to
marry a rival unless he procured a cer
tain sum of money by a certain given
date. Johnson learned that George W.
Williams, of Fulton Ccunty, Ohio, lud sold
some property and weut U hi house on
the nightof Uc tuber l'3d, lei3. He saw his
victim go to the barn to feed the horses,
and following him deliberately chopped
him down with an axe. He then re
turned to the house and knocked at the
door which was ojened by Mrs. Wil
liams, who supposed it was her husband
returning from the barn. On seeing
Johnson she screamed aud ran, pur.U'-d
by the murderer, with the blood drip
ping from the ax. She tied to an inuer
room and begged piteously for her life
and that of her little six-weeks-old
babe, asleep in the bed, but all to no pur
pose. The murderer knocked her down
with the ax, and then buried it in her
head three times up to the helve. He
then ransacked the bouse, obtaining only
about $50, and lied. Two days alter he
was arrested on suspicion, on account of
sumo articles having been seen in his
possession belonging to the murdered
couple, and was subsequently tried and
Death and Injury in the Tunnel.
PriTSBUiGH, Pa., May 'I'd. A special
from Llgonier says: Yesterday afternoon
another frightful accident occurred at
Krupp's Tunnel, on the South Pennsylva
nia Railroad, by which nine men were in
stantly killed and eleven more seriously
injured. A large force of men were en-
gKel In the excavation of the tunDel.
when a heavy scaffolding gave way with
the above result. So names have been
obtained, but the victims were principal
ly Italians. Great excitement prevails in
(jliOL'MJ TO I'lECKS.
Terrible Death of a Brakeman.
Taylokvillk, III., May 2j. Harry
Taylor, a brakeman on stock express No.
5-, going east, was killed here last night.
His train passed here at 11 :40 and he was
not missed by the conductor until two
o'clock this morning. When the train
arrived at Decatur they telegraphed buck
along the line, and the night operator here
found fragments of his remains scattered
along the track for some distance near
the Ohio & Mississippi crossing. Tay
lor's residence is not known, but it is
supposed to be Detroit, Mich. He was
supposed to have fallen off the train while
setting a brake.
THE UNITED l'KKSBYTERIAXS.
Session of the United Presbyteiian As
sembly in St. Ixuis-Dr. W. H.
French Elected Moderator.
St. Louis, Mo., May 2'j. The United
Presbyterian Assembly, which was Opened
last evening by an able address by Dr.
McMillan, convened this morning at nine
o'clock at the First Church, Nineteenth
and Morgan streets. Kev. Dr. Dick, of
Westmoreland, made the opening prayer.
The roll was called, which revealed a
nearly complete representation of del
egates as proposed by the Committee on
Credentials. The election of a Moderator
was the next thing in order, and for that
position Dr. W. H. French, of Cin
cinnati, was nominated by Rev. J. C.
Boyd, of Pittsburgh, and the Secretary
was instructed to cast the ballot
lor the Convention in favor of Dr.
French. The new Moderator in tak
ing the gavel, referred to the Im
portant subjects that would be taken
up and the animated discussions that
would naturally result, and said that
though he would aliow perfect free
dom of debate he was assured that the
feelliur of brotherly love he would find
a sufficient restraint upon any who
wished to express extreme views.
A number of printed reports were then
presented and circulated among the dele
gates. The report on Foreign Missions
Aated that the missionary work is now
carried on in the Northwestern Provinces
of India and lu the Delta aud Valley of
the Nile In Egypt. All the wrork has becu
concentrated upon these two fields. Iu
six years the laborers have grown from
174 to 271; Communicants front 1,000 to
2,b48, aud contributions from $47,551 to
$04,17'J. The receipts last year were
$09,180.22, of which $32,980.67 were sent
to Egypt, and $38,380.11 to India.
Special reports were also submitted by the
trustees of the General Assembly en the
state of nuances of that board; by tho
Church Extension Committee, recom
mending that the Corresponding Secre
tary of that board give his whole time to
that work; by the Committee on Church
Standing on providing German literature.
The report of the Permanent Committee
on Narrative and State o( Religion, show
a membership In the United States of
H7,t;o7, a gain of 2,1V4 In the year; an In
r.rcaiw of 73'J communicant in the for
eign field, which is considered a great
success , congregations in the United
States 858, a gain of IV; ministers 7$H, a
gain of I Sanday-sclMoifl 835, a
S of 8; amootit otMrtrtirateii to Memo
I Fund $181,418. The wrmnuirioB ap.
pointed last year to examine the charges
of dishonesty a.'aln-it Rev. J. C. Kvaus,
appealed from the Iowa Synod, sustained
the decision. The chairman of the com
mittee which reported concerning tho
quarterly centennial fund, was very em
phatic in expressing the beuellcial re
sults Of Instituting the fund, which was
done In Hl', to commemorate the anni
versary ot the union of the United Pres
byterian Church In 1S5S. The remainder
of the session was consumed In listening
to numerous memorials from various
Presbjtt-rles protesting against and oth
ers favoring the use of Instrumental
Another Embezzler Unmasked.
WAsiiiNoioN, D. C, May 2'J. Colonel
O. P. Humside, disbursing officer of the
Post-oilice, was arrested this morning.
An examination of bis books reveals the
fact that he has embezzled $45,000 In
Government bonds. Oil speculation Is at
the bottom of it.
WasHiMiioN, May 2y, 3 p. in. It Is
now stated on apparently good authority
that Burnsklu's shortage is $45,000. He
has been arrested. Two of his bonds
men are dead aud the others wish they
In Favor of Keciprocity With Canada.
WAoiiiNinox, D. C, May 29. The
sub-committee of the House Commit
tee on Foreign Affairs has agreed upon
a favorable report to accompany May
berry's joint resolution requesting the
President to negotiate with Knglaud fur
a reuewal of the Canadian Reciprocity
Treaty of 154. The report will be su j
rnitted to the full committee at its next
Our Wool Importation!.
Washington, D. C, May A re
cent statement published by the Treasury
Department regarding importation shows
some curious fucU with reference to the
vtool imported into this coantry and used
by manufacturers here. Out of 15,oo0,000
pounds of clothing wools imported 7,000,
0i '0 pounds comes from I5:itish Australia,
but nearly all is imported from Kngland.
i mly 7.',fw0 pounds of this 7,000,w0 is
sent direct from Australia, the remainder
going from there to Kngland and
then being shipped from that coun
try here. if the remaining 8,000,
Ow pounds 5,0i.Hi,u00 pounds go from
Uruguay, then a part of that being first
shipped to Kngland, as is also the casij
with a portion of that received from ttie
Argentine Republic. Of the 5,000,000
pounds of carpet wools brought from
the British West Indies 1,750,000 pounds
go by way of Kngland, ami of the 14,
000,1)00 pounds coming originally from
Russia on the Black Sea 12,500,000 are
sent to us from England. From Turkey
and Asia we get 0,000, ooo pounds,
4,5d0,00O pounds of It being handled
first by Eng.lshmen, and of course their
prolit reserved before it reaches us.
Washington, D. C, May 27. Mr.
Beck presented a memorial, of J. M
Wright, praying an appropriation of
$25,000 for Government exhibits at the
Southern Kxpo.sltion at Imisvillo, Ky.
lielerred to the Committee ou Appropria
tions. The House bill appropriating $100,000
for the flood sufferers by the overlow of
the Mississippi River was amended so as
to expend $50,ow, the balance of the
Ohio relief fund, reported aud passed.
Mr. Vonrhees presented a memorial
from the citi.ens of Indiana praying that
General Juhn C. Fremont bo placed on
the retired list.
Mr. Allison reported from the Commit
tee a bill appropriating $100, ouO for the
relief of sufferers by the over
flow of the Mississippi and tributaries.
The House committee does not favor the
appropriation in the form presented, nor
the amount mentioned. They recom
mend an appropriation of the unexpend
ed balance of the appropriation made
for the Ohio River sufferers, which is
The Speaker appointed Messrs. S!o
cum, Dibble aud Diugley as members of
the Committee of Conference ou the
shipping biil; Messrs. Dorsheimer,
Tucker, Reagan, Collings, Eldrldge,
Bingham, Cannon aud Laird, the Com
mittee of Arrangements for the celebra
tion of the completion of the Washing
ton monument, aud Messrs. Ilamiuoud,
Rogers, Henley, Riggs, Boyle, Wakefield
and and Millard a select committee to
investigate the charges against William
II. English, Sr.
Ou motion of Mr. Cox (of New York)
it was ordered that the House adjourn
ment to-day be till Saturday.
Mr. Laird, from the Committee ou Pub
lic Lands, reported a joint resolution for
bidding the certification of unearned laud
Mr. Broadhead, from the Committee on
Judiciary, reported a bill authorizing the
Secretary of the Treasury to settle the
accounts of certalu States and the City of
Baltimore for expenditures lu the war of
Mr. Collins, from the Judiciary Com
mittee, reported a joint resolution pro
posing an amendment to the Constitution
declaring the right of suffrage shall not
be abridged on account of nativity.
The House then weut into committee
of the whole on the legislative appro
priation bill, Mr. Cox lu the chair.
Bills were reported aud placed on the
calendar, as follows:
Regulating the forms of bills of lading;
regulating the exportation of imitation
butter and cheese; to divide the judicial
district of Kansas.
A joint resolution was offered, pro
posing the following as Article 16 of
the Constitution: "The right of citizens
of the Uuited States to vote shall not
be abridged by the United States
or by any State, on account of nation
ality." A bill wad reported, Increasing to
$1,01X1,000 tho limit of the appropria
tion for a public building at Louisville,
Ky. Referred to the committee of the
The Missouri delegation attacked the
proposition In the bill to repeal the act
establishing an assay olllce at St. Louis.
Messrs. lloliuan and Cannon defended
the committee and said Its ac
tion was based ou the recommenda
tion of the Director of the Mint.
Mr. Burnes said the Director of the Mint
to-day asserted that he had never made
Hnch a recommendation. Mr. Burnes
Inoved to strike out the repealing clause
and insert In Ik'U thereof a provision
hiaklug an appropriation for tli salaries
of the oijlcers sad employes of tbe Assay
THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION.
Prominent Egyptian Leaders Ex
press Their Opinions on
England Would Find the Cost of an krmj
in the Boudan Far in ExceBS of
the Gain Acquired.
Michael Davitt Publierhea a Reply to Cap
tain Alexander's Circular Attack
ing tbe Land League.
Cairo, May 2'J. In an interview to-day
Nuber Pasha, Egyptian Premier, stated
that if Egypt was admitted to the confer
ence of the powers on Egyptian affairs,
she would be placed in a humiliating po
sition, aud probably her delegate would
be restrained from voting ou questions
before the conference.
Cherif Pasha, Nubar Pasha's predeces
sor, stated iu au interview that the Brit
ish expedition would be unable to ap
pease the rebels in the Soudan. Pointing
to the lact that the British had twice
routed Ostntu Digna, but he was still able
to master an army, and was again knock
in? at the doors of Suakim, "the same re
su ts," said he, "which followed the bat
tle of February would follow the defeat
o! Kl Mahdi by the British." The rebels
wink! coutiuue a guerilla warfare until
England would tiud the cost of maintain
ing au army far exceeding the gains ac
cruing therefrom. He claims tliat the
Turkish army, unincumbered by British
officers, would soon quiet the Soudan, as
the rebels would fraternize with the
Turks and desert their leaders if asked to
Zebeur Pasha has written a letter to
the chief rebel tribes in the Soudan ask
ing them to facilitate the passage of his
three sons whom he has seut as messen
gers to Gordon, to escort him to Korosko,
tueuce to embark for Cairo. He warns
the chiefs that the slightest injury to
Gurdou will be an eternal disgrace to him
Di'iiu.v, May 29. Captain Alexander,
the prominent Orange Grand Master
who last December Issued a circular
advocating the enrollment of Orange
men into militia companies In order
to strengthen the society as a fight
ing force, recently stated that the Land
League was not founded for the purpose
of establishing peasant land proprietory,
as claimed, but for the purpose of de
stroying landlordism in Ireland, and in
timating that the members were not par
ticular as to the mode of accomplishing
their ends. To substantiate the
statement Alexander mentions the
fact of the non-attendance of Dav
itt at the recent conlerence
of Irish leaders on the question of "Land
Nationalization vs. Peasant Proprietary,
claiming that Davitt was debarred on
tccouut of having become au apostle of
Henry George's scheme, which does not
aree witn tae .Laua Leaguers ooject
the destruction of landlordism. Davrtt
this after. oon publishes a letter refuting
the charge s, declaring that tbe League
was founded to establish peasant land
proprietary, and saying tho reason ho
was absent from the conference was be
cause he could afterward advocate his
own views without detriment to any
action of the conference.
London, May 29. A foreigner ar
rested at Dover with a revolver is be
lieved to have designed the shooting
of the Duke of Cambridge when land
ing last evening.
Lunim.n, May 29. The Right Hon. Sir
B.ible Frere is dead.
Pakis, May 29. The flWofosays: "M.
Waddington has informed Granville that
Europe regrets that England will aban
don the Soudan, especially Khartoum,
which France desires to have returned."
Madiud, May 29. The Liberal press Is
indignant at the Government for dis
solving the meeting of the opposition
journals to discuss means for bettering
the condition of imprisoned jouruailsts.
Ottawa, May 29. There has been a
sharp frost for two nights. Fruit aud
other crops were damaged.
Pittsburgh's Natural Oas Well.
Pittsburgh, Pa., May 29. The nat
ural gas well struck on the Westinghouse
premises in the Nineteenth Ward a few
days ago Is believed to be the largest In
the couutry. Gas was struck at the
depth of sixteen hundred aud sixty feet
aud two feet lower; the flow is the heavi
est ever encountered. This opens a new
region, and being in the city limits, the
benefits resulting to industries is incal
culable. Missouri Capital Notes.
Jkfkkhson City, Mo., May 29. Judge
P.ashaw came lu this morning aud will
leave on the afternoon train. He speaks
cheerfully of tho Gubernatorial contest.
He Is just in from Kirksville and reports
Adair County all right. Governor Crit
tenden goes to St. Louis to-day. Ren
Finney and J. P. Johtnon, the steno
grapher of the St. Louis Criminal Court,
have business iu the State Auditor's
The Penn Bank a Total Wreck,
Pittsbi rou, Pa., May 29. All doubts
concerning the completeness of tho
wreck of the Penn Dank are removed.
Said a banker this morning. "Tbe Penn
Hank is rotten to the core, and won't be
gin to pay fifty rents on the dollar. It
will lay Grant & Ward In the shade.
There should be no hesitancy In arresting
the oUlcials." It Is now stated that the
overdrafts exceed a million and a half.
Carter Must Hantr,
llAUKtsitt ito, Pa., May Sr9. Tho Par
don Board decided not to Interfere In the
caso of Jesse Carter, to be hanged at
Pittsburgh, June 3.
Another One Oone to tbe Wall.
Pittsbi rgu, Pam May Tkt Union
Deposit Batik oi (frseBabiltft IV, kas
The Iowa Temperance Cauoaiiru.
Dks Moinks, Ia., May 29. The PresI
dent of the State Temperance Alliance
has called a Temperance mass-meeting at
every county seat In Iowa, to meet on the
27th of Juue, to perfect organization for
carrying out the Prohibitory amendment.
The intention seems to be not to molest
the boys on the Fourth of July, the day
t lie jaw goes into eucci, out to open tne
campaign on tne atu.
BASE MALL, UUEVITIES.
Score of Games Played on Wednesday,
Cincinnati, O. Ctuclnnatis, 4; Nation
Baltimore, Md, Cincinnati.-. 0: Balti-
Pittsburgh. Pa. Columbus. 5: Alle
Washington. 1). C I.ouisvilles. 10:
Fort Wayue. lud. Stillwaters. S: Fort
Muskeson. Mich. Muskesons. : j: Mil-
Threatened Strike of Wabaah
Muhkkly, Mo., May 29. Great excite
ment prevails here over the proposed
strike of the Wabash machine shop em
ployes, numbering over 40o. They have
not received their last month's wages,
and at a meeting held last night resolved
to strike unless the money was guarau-
teeii them hy to-iuorrow noon.
Mohkri.y, Mo., May 20. At two
o'clock- the mechanics, laborers and all
men employed In the machine slmp-j,
roundhouse, car shops, paint shops and
bridge department stopped work and will
not commence until their wages are paid.
Another meeting will be held at eight
o ciock to-uight.
ON THE HACK TRACK.
Bruoa and His Accomplice, Mrs. Steelo
Returned to Uot Springs.
Si'. Locts, Mo., May 29. Chief of Po
lice Toler, of Hot Spring, aud Deputy
United States Marshal Falkeuburg, of
Little Rock, arrived this morning, armed
with warrants for cmbezzlemeut, Issued
against Bruon, President of tho failed
llt Springs bank, by the United States
Court at Little Rock. The charge
against Mrs. Steele is aiding and abet
ting. The tirst inquiry made by Falk
euburg was, "Has Bruon applied
for a writ of habeas corpus?"
When informed that he had not and
that the pair were willing to return
to Little Rock he appeared greatly re
lieved. The trunks that Mrs. Steele sent to
Peoria have been sent back on order
and will be resbipped for Little Rock
unopened. Toler is working hard to
find some clue that will lead to the
discovery of tho bank's missing ?25,Oijo.
The prisoners will be sent back to Little
Grain and Provisions.
T lints DAY, MAY SM, 18M.
Cotton Ptoady; tniddlitur, HSIHa.
Flouk Steady; XJSi to euoieo, fa.J44.70;
Wiisat Lower; No. 2 Ked, II Os'tJl.OSlt;
No. 3 tied, f l.ou.
CoHX-Steiuly: No. 2 mixed, oiCe;
No. 2 white mixed, tHc.
OATs-Strady; No. 2, SKt.W,o.
Hyk Nominal; No, a, 5T.it..o.
Tobacco Finn; lu,rs common to ehmeo,
fJi.75KelU.U0: leaf; eonnnon rfd leuf, fs.iwj
law; medium to irootl f U..Vvjl7.AU.
HAY-Prairie 12.UU for prune; $14.0015.00
for choice; mixed fHK&M fur common to
prime: timothy tKI&IS for prime to choice;
BCTrr.K Weak: chotee to funey creamery
ltt(iSc; dairy, choice to fancy, it'sjltlc; low
Hons We ak, at We.
Potatoes New; imll at tl.75ij.uu per bar
rel. PoitK Dull; standard mess, f l.7.')io.n.tK);
bard ide. f IH.5 I.
Lahd Dull; prime steam, 7V.
Bacon Umius, s,m.Uo; shorts, PUHc;
cIhmi ribs. ikfAM'tc.
Wool Tnti-washed. choice, 3C4j-lo: fnirS-JiJ
'tic; dingy mid low 2tj2it. rnwitshpi! choice
medium Va'r.'4c: tqoI average medium Jii'4
2le; selected light line ItxfrAic; (rood uveitt-TH
IT'i'dse; heavy lsIBe; coiulmijr, blood, -t)
(&2r: eoniliinir, low irradtw, I5iiisc.
Hiiiks Ount; dry dint, M40: dnra
aired, ld ,e; bulls or stag's, We; dry
salted, 12c: dry siiite l, dairijiire I, 0c: kin and
calf. Salted. S'.,e; damaged, ie: bulls and
stairs, 5e; green, uiieurcd, "'jc; damaged,
SHI'.KP t'Kl.TS sreiuly; green, 70.isn(; dre
do, 4Ut70c., as to amount 1111 1 itialityof wool;
green slifarlm.s, Ijc; dry do, lutalic; lamh
Wheat Steady: No. 2 Ited. Jim", fl.fr.1.
Com Higher; No. t mixed, May, i;ti4ill'4c.
Oats Higher; No. a, mixed, June, Ul'j
Provisions I'ork Quiet; spot mens, f 17.03
&17.75; Lard llitrlnr; steam, June, fs.'S.
Wheat Weaker; May, ss'je.: Juno, k'V;
July, lime: August. .'4,c; September, !d t.
Coun Weaker; May, W'c; June, ou'.e;
July, Tii'ne; August, is jo.
oats steady; .May, 31 c Juno, 3 1 c ; July,
32''tc; August. 21l'-4e.
PoitK Lower; May ; Ju'10. 1 l'.'.OO; July,
f 1!.2U; August, S 111.10.
Lahd Lower; May; June, f"05; July,
fx.ufi; August, fl.:i7V4; September ;
June, iXVt July, $8.1714;
Live Stock Markets.
Hons HeeolptS, 17.UO0: prices Re 1 werj
light, f.i.uor'.vtu); rough packing, t:i.0S..r;
lieavy'jiackiriir and shipping, ti.Ccto.Ti!.
Catti.k Receipts, fi,oi: strong; export,
W.4U.ti.sil; good to choice f'i.Ui'iiltf.W; com
mon to fair. f.ViiiM.tUlC.
Siikki' Itcci'ipt 1. I.pxt; bilik; common lo
good f-'.ri'.Viii.'.r),' medium to choice, f L2.ViM.in,
Catti.k Market unlet and unchanged;
go id to choice steers. f i.ui'yl.W: fa r to
medium, fi. (KfcV.n: Indian steers, f. V.VMi. 'SI;
mixed InitehiMS', f t.'JiVii'i.iM; Blockers, $l.f0i4
5.uo; fat bulls l.2Vd'i.l3.
Suni:r iCI and unchanged; common lo
fair. $1 2!V'M.SS;good to choice, ft !'. V.Vi;
extra, $.i.raVA.yw; wonled sheep, f .?.Vi').-i.
Hous tilcaly; fuli'doniiind; Yorkers, com
iivm and light to fair, So.l.Vii.W; goo 1 10
utKiioe. fi.0t.1.T5; goud mediums, f5.7.Vi&.".V;
CAirns Boeolpts, i1; Ih'tn and lower: uh
tlvo steers, l.ttW to l.fctl lbs. overage, f.VKiJ
fl.:i.'; other unchanged.
Hons UeeciptH, ll.iWO; weaker 5o. lower;
lots of SSI to :r lbs. average, fi.UiKiio.JO;
mainly at .nmi. Id.
8n kwp Receipts, 1.7(111; weak; natives, 100
to US lb, average, f l.7i to f l.2u.
Money and Stocks.
Maw You, May l.H.-A gelling innveteeiit
ooutinuml diirinr tho first hint hour of busi
ness, and prices in most Instances ro. o deil
11 furl nor decllno of ! to 2 per cent. Pomi 11 J
with yesterday's thH. At ten o'clock tho
Hull bognu to bill up prii ti and by uluvun tlo
i1x'litm a 11 covered, and at l.:J p. 111. U10
bout price-of th.' day were ourrum.
Money 4 per iut: Exchange inlet at P4d)
4stl; liovuimiwnts stody: currency n'a, ilii
bid; 4 a. coupon. 120 IjM; 4V do. Il." bid.
Ttoe Stock market eontlniMHl tlrm sinox the
last report. UtldBalingii tx.'en on a limfW
9i wttiwtrt teatnrv r aeMvo wrthy o
qpta7 1. ., i-: .
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Relieves and cures
IiA KA4 IIC.
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FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all Druggists and
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From these sources urise three fourths of
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Appetite, itoivels toatlve, Kick Head
Hthr, fullne.i after tatlnjf, averalon to
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