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CAIRO, ILL., SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 1, 1U
IPh A T
The Rev. J. E. Soarlcs, of New York, la
one of the most widely-known and highly
esteemed of Methodist ministers.
Mr. Rearlen wy : " I am impi-Mwd that it Is a duty
I owe U Mum aMicbil with Rh.-iiiiiatwiii or Neural,
jfia, to my that a remedy haa burn diacuvnrwl thut u
iu ; '""'"lima tmmmn. My win won irmatlv
amirtwi win, Jtliomnaliwii, inil miHi.rwl no MwrHy
that, at tlium, )i wan oIiIimI to have morphine in.
Jii-UkI Into lna arm to imt ri lii'f. Whilntn tluacm.
jtiou tie illaniwrnl a mnnily whlcli eirwrtml mime.
(Hate ri-llef, awl a permanent cure, llu haa miicctiir
uiHtiwl It to many otiicrH wlili the xame n-imlt. I ha.o
l"o fiinilnhMl II to a itiunto-r of permits stiff i-rt wr
with KhiMimatwm, ami the runiilt ha Itwn Uuinediuli)
roller. ajidnitanriit cure. Auioiivnthnra, I gave it
toltev Win. 1' (Virhit, partornlthetienriraHt M K
. lurch, Newllav(!!i,(:oim.1whowuHHiiff!riuiim,at;:
with tlii. terrible di. I will inve you huToi ,
allllie OiaSS.' bCllU''1 ' otUtr" "uffrlll wli the
What Mr. ('orbit Kayai
M.r o i " New Havnn, July M la
B.Mr ,?-a1r,''B: I)H'r Hlr:-1 t" "y tortile I. U.
ellt of all who are auffennv with Inflammatory Kheu.
InatlHUi, that jour medicine h infallible, 1 suffered
fur two month the immt m-rui'iatin torture ; l,t
16 pounds of flwli, anil wan not nut of my lioiiu for
a iuonth ; I heard of your remedy, and wan aluiu-t
liiHUiiitly relieo-, by if. if there ia a aperirir for ilia.
eawM of any kind, yours moat ra-rtainly ia fur Iuflaw.
watory ltliiiinatiiiu in iU severot form
.. n '"!'." f-'J'V'.'W"'. Wm. I'. Cohiiit.
Tautor OeorneMt. if. E. Church, New Uaveu, Conn."
Such is Arin.oi'Honos a thorough and
efficient cure for the worst cases of Kheu
inatism and Neuralgia.
If you cannot get ATULOPiioaoa of your drwirifit,
we will send it eipreha pail. on rm-ipt of fibular
uriee-one dollar ji-r ljotile. v(, prefer tliat you buy
It from your dnunrlrt. but If lie hafn't it, do not be
persuaded to try Hornet Inn else, but order at ouca
from ua a dirucUxL
ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK.
Tell the children to cut out and nave the comic
nlhouitto pirturm an they apar from iwiue to
umue. They will be pleased with the collection.
This space Is owned by
I! LACK WELL'S BULL.
Of ennrw mean the famous animal appearing
en Hie label of every KODuiue packaged Itlaok
wcll's Hull Durham Smoking Tobacco. Every
dealer ki this, the htM Smoking Tobarro made.
None genuine without trade-mark of the liulL
0. W. IIKXDERSOtf,
No. l'Jl Commercial Ave.,
Sole Agfent fill tin; ('olehraft d
Manufacturer and Dealer la
Tin, Copper and Stieet Iron Work,
HEADQUARTERS I OR
Hulldtrs' Hardware and Carpent' rn' Tool',Ta re
and 1'nrket Cut!' ry, bPKt In the i inrket. liut'eri
Bros.' I'laied Knlvi'H, Fork" aim Suoouk, (irHiille
iron ware. Ki-r.iu Karthenware. l h.ti- Monnttiin
Freesri-, Waier Coolers, Iiefi-ira'Drf. Clothes
Wrlntfuro. Crown Fluter-. St p Laidi"-, (iarden
Impkmeiilii, Coldeit Star Oil titoveB- hen in the
world, Limine of every dewri. tion. !ain (tl,
Car t Swei -tieri", K alher Du-irr. Ilrooinn. Win
dow Screen Wire Cloth, 1'ull Mipply ol Kiehlng
The ahove t rorrt lio'tnm pr!ce.
Corner 12lh and Commercial Avenue, Cairo, 111.
Telephone No. i.
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Matlo to i;nlor.
8th St., bet. Ohio Levee & Commercial Ave.
CAIRO. - ILL
Repairing neatly done at short notice.
CIO CITY LIVERY, FEED and
Commercial Av., let. 8tli & 9th Sts.
N. B. THISTLE WOOD, Propr.
Good Tarnouts at Reasonable Rates
WHoi'soa boardetl and woll cured
TELEPUONE NO. 11.
ERSITY OF Vill, -
Sl'MMRR LAW LECfKKSfnlno weekly) heal o
10th July, lttrl and end 0th September. Have
proved ofatgnal ui-e, -1st. to etudentB who denin
io p urn lie tncir eiuaiea at iun or oiner naw ecnnoi:
td, to those who propose to read privately : and 3d
to practloneri who have not bad the advHiitace of
eystematlc inotruclton. f or circular aiiilrem (r.u,
UnlTerelty ol Ye.JtoJoliu B. Minor, Prof. Cora,
M w I i
Tho New York Ex-Bank President
Undor Arrest in the City
Djubts Exprcasad as to the Strength of
the Extradition Troaty to
Hinckley, the West S:Jj Bank Defaulter,
Ucpuit'.d to Have Been Seen
The Fresident of the Second National
Bank, Njw York, Captured
Nkw Yuuk, May SI .At noon to-day
Chief W'allliif; rtccived u dl.sjiatch from
the police of (JucLk-c, naying tliat John
C. Kuo was arrested there and would be
sent buck to New York. Tlie
police and detectives of New York
city were, Immediately after the
trouble with the Second National
bank, ordered to keep a close watch on
young Kno and his residence. Amid the
pettv rain of tho succeeding days a uark
shadow rested constantly under the ms
lamp opposite Kno s house, ami olhcial
vigilance seemed complete. Hut in an
hour the detectives knew not, Kno made
his escape, and then it was learned he
had disguised himself as a woman and
lipped away to Canada.
On the Sunday before the (lurry inVVall
street President Kno went to his lather,
Amos F. Kno, and confessed to having
lost $3,000,000 of the money belonging
to the bank. The old gentleman was
highly Indignant and threatened to have
his son arrested, but the directors inter
fered and a comprise was effected
whereby Amos . Kuo, with some other
assistance, repaid his son's defalcation.
He was responsible for on y about fclo'yjoo
of the shortage, tut it being urged uptm
Li ui thut he was morally responsible for
the eniire sum, he promptly paid. .None
knew better than the broken old man
that it was his name that had bui.t up
his son's bank.
On Monday voting Kno had his Indi
vidual eln-ck c.wdit.d for .$:o,0'M) at a
down-town bank, and of course his
father hid that to pay. In fact, young
hno's course throughout has been that ol
an unlldal, reckless fellow, without a
redeeming feature. It is believed his
dellcit amounted to .),0u0,ouU.
Will the Extradition Law Reach Him P
(jVKiii:c, Can., May i'.l. Lawyers
here say there is no treaty by which Kno
can be extradited. It is said lie has plenty
of money and takes his arrest coolly.
Hinckley in Montreal.
Muntki: w., May 31. A person giving
the name of Harris, arming a few days
since, has been full v identilied a Hiuck
ley, defaulting ti Her of the West Side
(New York) Hank.
SHOCK I N; Tit A Ci KI V.
A Father Kills His Sou for Interfering
in a Family Quarrel.
ruiLAUKi.riii v, I'a., May 31. .lames
Kit.patrick, proprietor of a hotel, No.
10:'4 l'assj unk Avenue, quarreled with his
wife last night, and shortly after the
couple retired to their room. A son
James, sleeping in another part of the
house, healing a disturbance, arose and
dressing himself, proceeded to the room
of his parents and demanded admission,
which was refused, wberetipou the young
man threw liiinelf again-t the door, forc
ing it open. Fitzpatrick senior, becom
ing infuriated at his son's interference,
seized a sword which hung in ttic room
and struck the young man in the neck,
killiug him almost instantly. The fathor
proceed to the police station and surren
dered. VMTLl) l'HKSIiYTKKIANS
Proceedings of the National Assembly.
S r. I.ons, Mo., May 31. This morn
ing's exercises were begun at nine
o'clock, the assembly room bein well
tilled with delegates and visitors. The
Moderator made the opening prayer and
the minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved. A memorial
from the Presbytery of Detroit on Sustcii
tatiou was referred to the Committee on
Hills and Overtures. The music question
raised its head again by the presentation
of a resolution Iroin the Neosho Presby
tery for the preparation of a new article on
instrumental music. The paper was read
and referred to the same committee.
The report on railroad fares was referred
to the committee on finance. The me
morial from the New York Convention
opposing Instrumcntalisin in worship
was read ami referred, as previous ones
of a like nature. Some time was then
spent In devotional services, which con
sisted of short addresses, prayers and
psalm singing. Some fifteen or twenty
delegates took active part and made the
exercises interesting. Rev. Samuel
Speedier, 1). D., I.L. I)., representative
from the General Synod of the Kvaugel
ical Lutheran Church in the United.
States, was received by the con-1
vention and extended the saluta-:
tions of Ids denomination. The.
Moderator responded in the.
name of tho assembly, saying that tilt
union and sympathy of those two great
organizations could not fail to redound
to the glory of ttic cause. Rev. Mr.
Cochran, delegate from the Associate Re
formed Synod of the South, was heartily
received and his remarks at the closo
were generously applauded. He likened
the meeting of his synod and tho assem
bly to tho coming together of two sisters
who bad long separated, but in whose
veins (lowed the same blood, and
whose Instruction had been received
under tho same roof. When ho thought
of tho covenant signed iu Grayfriars'
Chapel, with the blood ol martyrs who
died at the stake, and tho glorious deeds
that have marked the subsequent years
for Christ, he thrilled with admiration,
and thought that such visions of the past
ought to soften all sectional animosities
and brood over the lately severed sec
tions like angels of peace. In giving a
brief summary of the work South, hu
said the foreign field Is con lined en
tirely to Mexico and home mission field
to Texas and the West. Iu conclusion
he suggested the proviso Unit,
SINOK BLAVICRT IS IKAt
forever, In tha event of a union betwocn
the Southern! and NcrthrnchtirclU'8, the
former should not be compelled or asked
to subscribe to the article of testimony
prohibiting the acceptance of luve-hold-ors
as members. The Moderator In reply
assured the Southern brother that when
union is proposed no obstructive restrlc
Hons will in- found to prevent the desired
harmony. Tills concluded the forenoon's
TIIK A FT RH NO X
was chieily consumeil ln hearing and re
ferring reports of the various committees,
and from the numerous memorials that
appeared in reference to the music ques
tion, It grows more apparent that tho
mooted point is nut goiug t) be easily
disposed of, and that a dangerous split
may result from the controversy that will,
without doubt, be heated, and will ho
meant to voice tho repressed convictions
To-night a memorial service will be
held !n tumor of the following ministers,
who died during the past yearlu the order
given: Win. I). Turner, James II. lluch.
anan, David A. Wallace, Moses MctJ.
Oldham, David C'alh'oun Cochran, Win.
i. Spencer, Sitinuel 11. Reed, Alex, 1).
Clark. Many of the deceased were
widely known and their loss is deeply
felt throughout the church. An effort
has been made to have the speeches honor
the oeeason and the dead, am! the fol
lowing delegates wid make the addresses
In the order as given: Kevs. .James In
gles, .1. W. Kerr, D. 1)., Joseph Kyle,
Joseph Alter, W. I'. McNary, J. C.
IJoyd, and John (i. brown, 1). I).
Tin: liAin.Moui: houkok.
Not So Bad as at Firtt Reported, But
Bad Enough Six Men Killed and
Tho Search for the Remains Being: Vig
orously Prosscuted by the Inde
J5u.TiM'iiiK, Mu., May 31. The ac
count of the di -aster telegraphed from
here yesterday during the excitement of
its occurrence whs somewhat exaggerated
but It was neverth -dess of the most ap
palling character. Tho warehouse was
completely wrecked, all live doors having
fallen in, causing the death of the follow
Mortimer Liuthicuiu, clerk for Hooper
James Kelly, book-keeper for the firm.
Kdward Unweii, colored porter.
James Rowen, son of the last named.
Gildea Hook, shipping clerk for Long
Long & Dugdale. dealers in fertilizers,
occupied an ollice on the second itoor of
tlic JLit)oper building.
in Tin: llll.NS.
The fall of the structure was attended
by a deafening uproar and, as several
witnesses testified, was preceded by a
noise like escaping steam. The clerks in
tho Custoiu-liuuse, across the way weie
the first to reach the street iu front of the
warehouse, some of them lei.yfrom
the windows near their J(..i'.'?i then
from all quarters the crowds came pour
ing into the dusty thorougfare. Many of
them were iu ollice coats and nil wero
pale with suppressed excitement. Sud
denly a cry ol great agony arose from the
front of the demolished building: '-Oil,
God, help, helj), hi'lji! For God's sake
help." ''No one could tell where the
cry came from, until a boy caught a
glimpe of a .straw hat projecting from
the lower edge of a vast pile of broken
timber which bulged from the north win
dow of tlie building on the second floor,
lie pointed it out to a policemau, and
the crowd instantly caught sight of a bit
of straw and traced the cries to it.
The lire alarm was Immediately sounded
and the department responded prompt. y.
A colored porter employed in the w are
house of L'linau & Goldborough adjoining
the fatal building crowded out on the
lower cornice and asked a question of tlie
man imprisoned at the wiudow of whom
only his head could be seen. By
a desperate effort the captive
raised his head and exposed a ghastly
face distorted with awlul torture. "For
God's sake hit me in the head; kill
me quick, " the poor creature cried.
Several firemen undertook the peril
ous task of rescuing, if possible, the
unfortunate man, who proved to be Ben
jamin B. Greenwood, book-keeper for
Long & Dugdale. The work proceeded
with system, and was carried out as rap
idly as possible, taking into considera
tion the great danger of the remaining
portion of the wall falliug at any mo
ment. After long aud untiring efforts Mr.
Greenwood was rescued at 3:00 p. iu,.
His legs were crushed iu a horrible
manner and his head badly cut. He was
takeu to the hospital, and it is thought he
About an hour later; Harry F. Sevlng,
cashier for Hooper & Sous, was rescued.
Huge timbers had fallen all around him
and he was thus protected. He fainted
as soon as he was takeu out. Upon re
gaining consciousness he was conveyed
to his home in a carriage.
Nothing Is known as to the cause of the
disaster. Two theories are advanced
one that the air chamber of the hydraulic
elevator exploded aud carried down one
of the heavy girders which supported tho
floor, causiug the latter to give way.
Another theory is that tlie upper floor
was too heavily laden with goods, causiug
the front wall to bulge. The Messrs.
Hooper are noted for their great attention
to the safety and comfort of their em
ployes. They have several hotels which
they conduct solely for their factory
hands, and at the factories and ware
houses every facility is at hand for escape
iu case of fire. The building, which was
built by the late Charles DeFord, lu 185i,
was considered one of the most substan
tial, as it was certainly one of the hand
somest, in tlie city. The loss by the dis
aster will aggregate 100,000. The
Messrs. Hooper had their stock insured
for joo.ooo, but as no lire occurred be
fore or after tho disaster the policies of
Insurance do not cover their loss,
The work of recovering the bodies In
the building will be resumed to-day.
A Fast Tr'p.
Chicago, Iu, May, 31. The Balti
more & Ohio special newspaper train
which left Washington at 10 a. in. Frl
a arrived here at seven o'clock, making
i lie nip of eight hundred aud fifty miles
inlweniy-oiit! hours, the fastest time
i-ver made over the road. The corre
sp indents are unanimous in expressing
gratification at tlie courtesy of the Balti
more &( hlo under the tUMplccs of As
sistant General Passenger Agcut J. P.,
Paughnrn and Superintendent rjfTelcg-
rapucrs vuas, oeiuen.
By a Serious Series of Dynamite
Explosions in the City on
Scotland Yard, the Detective Headquar
ters, Chosen as One of the Objec
Public Buildings, Railway Stations and
Public Men Specially Guarded by
Detectives and Police.
London, May 3 1. --Tho excltemeut
caused by the explosions of dyuamito last
Light is intense, aud many alarming ru
mors prevail. The police are searchiii4
for the persons who committed the out
rages, but as yet have made no arrests
uor obtained the slightest clew. The fear
that more disasters of the same sort will
speedily follow is so great that a largo
lorce of police has been detailed to guard
all public buildings and principal sta
tions, with a Dumber of detectives placed
on duty in the vicinity of each of tho
Cabinet Ministers' houses. A couple are
at the disposal of each Minister to guard
him to and from his residence. Great
pressure is being brought to bear on the
Government to offer a reward of 1,000
for the capture of the persons causing
last night's exploslou and 200 for
Information leading to their ar
rest. The police, it seems, had ample
time fur prepailng, as they recently re
ceived a number of threatening letters
which are now believed to have been sent
by the dynamiters warning them of tho
Invincible' intent to avenge the arrests
of Johu Daly, James Kagan aud William
McDonnell, saying the police headquar
ters would be made to feel the power of
that organization. The last threatening
letter received by the police indicated that
an outrage which would astonish Scot
land Yard would be perpetrated on the
Queen's birthday. So wild were tlie a
sertioiis that the police paid little atten
tion to them, and only remembered their
couteiits when awakened to a sense of
!iUtrm by last night's explosion.
London, May 31. The market for
American railway securities with the ex-
Jeptiou of New York Central, opened
linn. At 1:30 p. ru., the majority of the
list showed au advance of one-eighth to
Ihree-fourths as compared with closing
prices yesterday, while the remainder
were without change at the following
quotations: N. Y. Central, 1.07 5-8; St.
Paul, 73 1-2 to 5-8; Lake Shore, 87 1-2;
Denver & Rio Grande, 117-8; Reading,
Uo-S; Canadian Pacific, 47 3-8; Central
I'acitlc, 44; Krie, 15 5-8; F.rie consoll
lated seconds, 00 1-2.
Rossa and Joyce Give Their Views on
the London Explosions.
New Y'oiik, May 31. O' Donovan Rossa
in an Interview in regard to the Loudon
explosions, said: "We have got England
at last. It will not bo long before she
w ill be on her knees. Last night's ex
plosions were only the beginning of her
trouble. That's all I'm going to say."
Joyce, Secretary of the Irish Revolution
ary Brotherhood, said: "I could tell you
ii.i 'i about the explosion, but it would
be injudicious. Last night's work ought
to convince Kngland that we are in earn
est. Scotland Yard was attacked because
there the plots against Ireland
are hatched. The explosions show
how useless their tactics are when
we are able to blow up these detectives'
headquarters under their noses. 'Hie ex
plosions were notifications to landlords
nd aristocrats in the building attacked
to retire from the positions they occupy.
We are sorry if innocent persons were in
jured, but let them keep away from Gov
"Did you anticipate the explosions?"
"Of course we did. Dou't be surprised
to hear of greater ones. Detective Jarvis
had better mind himself and Gladstone
A Director of the Busted Petersburg
Bank Ooes to the Wall.
PKTERsiiiita. Va., May 31. G. B.
Eanes, a prominent contractor of this
place and member of the City Council,
has executed two deeds of trust to secure
825,580. Eanes is one of the contractors
for the Central Lunatic Asylum and tho
State Normal School being erected near
here; also a director of the Planters' and
Mechauics' Bank, which had just made a
deed of trust, aud in which the Slate had
$150,000 deposited, for which Eanes was
Closed Its Doors.
Washington', D. C, May 31. The
banking house of Mlddletou & Co. closed
its doors this morning, caused by a steady
ruu siuce the New York collapse. Liabil
ities not yet known.
Sentenoed to Hang;.
Cincinnati.O., May 31. Ben Johnson,
the burker, was this morning sentenced
by Judge Maxwell to be hung September
12th, It will be remembered that John
son va9 tried for complicity with Allen
Ingalls, who suicided in his cell, In the
murder of the Taylor family and selling
their bodies to a medical college.
SPOTTED TAIL IN LIMBO.
The Old Sioux Chief Jailed for Mur
der. Chicago, Ii.i.., May 31. -A special from
Omaha to the United Press says, the
celebrated Sioux chief, Spotted Tail, was
jailed at midnight at Rosebud agency forj
the murder of White Thunder, a brother
brave. White Thunder had killed Long!
Pumpkin Wednesday, and it was on this'
account Spotted Tali shot him.
Starvation Before Strangulation.
Sbdalia, Mo., May Cliai. Hamil
ton, the murderer of Jacob Steidlc, now
confined In jail here and sentenced to1
be hung at Warrens burg, Mo., July 11,
Is trying to starve himself to death. Tins
makes his fourth day without food. Tho
authorities are considering a plan to
force trim to eat.
Boawjii, KUa8., May 81. Harvey 1).
irkiS. awiiniiimr of the Parker House.
BASfi BALL BREVITIES. '
Score of Oamu Played on Friday
Afternoon, Kay SO.
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 17;
Keystones, 1 St. Louis Reserves, 25;
New York. Metropolitans, 4; St.
I.ouis, 2 Indianapolis, 10; Metropoli
Chicago, III. Chlcagos; Mi Detroits,
10 Chicago, 12; Detroits, 2 Boston
Unions, 12; Chicago Unions, 4 Chi-
ago Unions, 7; Boston Unions, 1.
Boston, Mass. New Yorks, 5; Bos
Cleveland, O. Cievelands, 7; Buffalos,
B....Bufi'alos, 'J; Cievelands, 5.
Providence, R. I, Providences, 12;
New Yorks, H,.. .Providences. 0; l'hila-
delphlas, 2. i
Washington, 1). C Ciuclnnatls, 6;'
Pittsburgh, Pa. Toleclos. 2; Alle
gheny, I ;
Philadelphia, Pa. Athletics, 11 ; Louis-
Muskegon, Mich. Qulncvs. 3; Mus-
kegotis, 2 Quiucys, 15; Muskegons, G.
Baltimore, Md. Balthnores, 10; Co-
Trenton, N. J. Trcutous, 11; llarrls-
Cincinnati, O. Nationals, G; Cincin
nati Unions, 5.
titoona, Pa. Baltimore Unions, i):
Dubuque, Ia. Chicago Onwards. 7:
Keokuk, la. State ChauiDionshln:
Carson & Rand's Nine, 5; Gate Citys, 3.
Games Lost and Won.
The following tables show the standing
of the various Association and Leaguo
ubs up to and including May 30.
t Louis 2a
I liicajro 14
Unit i mcii-f
AM Kit I C A N ASSI C'I ATM ).N.
. . . 13
1 (He. ,(),
I'n i.lenee I
New York 17
Mattoon Don't Know Him.
Mattoon, III., May 31. James Kelly,
Who was fouud dead in bed at the Sher
man House, St. Louis, on Thursday is uu
known here. P. II. Reilly, who lives here,
knows of no James Kellv.
Guilty of Murder.
Cincinnati, O., May'M. This morn
ing the jury in tho case of George
Oliver, who killed Win. Allen on a shanty
boat last November brought in a verdict
of murder in the first degree. Judge
Avery sent the prisoner to jail to await
Grain and Provisions.
SATURDAY, MAY 31, 184.
Cottos Steady; middling, ll!j9!l!e.
Ki.oiiu Sternly ; XXX to choice, 13.5034.70;
WiiKAT-l.ower: No. S Red, fl.06Hi31.07;
No. a Ited.ftMSttfi.nu.
Cons Steady ; No. 2 mixed, rjl'i253c;
No. 2 white mixed, Ulc.
OATS-Steinly; No. 2. 32".Jo.
Rva Nominal; No. &7&.riSo.
ToiiAri'o-r'irui; lujrs common to choice,
f j.7.V(HO.0(l; leaf; common red leaf, JS.U04J
HUH); medium to (rood f 12.50I& 17.50.
llAV-I'raiiio JI2.00 for prime; $14.0015.00
for choice; mixed fl.'KiiU for common to
prune: timothy f KI&18 for prime to cholco;
HCTTKit Weak: choice to fancy creamery
lS'ji.iie: dairy, ehoieo to fancy, Hl()c; low
Koos Weak, at 10c.
l'OTATf)K-Ni;w;Sleaily at f 2.004J2.25 per bar
rel lor 1 hoi (,
l'oitii Hull; standard mess, tlO.75i2l7.liO;
har d side, J Hi 51
IjAKU Dull; prime steam, 7Vc,
Uacon l,onis, s'sni'Jo; shorts, 9V&9c
Clear nt8. IWnC
Wool Tult-washcd. cholco. ii.'&trk;; falrlttti
fticidiiiiry and low 2ttf2!i. Unwashed Cholco
medium t-i."o: irood avorajro medium DKift
21e; selected liflit flno liXiWOe; (rood average
Kwlse; heavy lHQlrtc; combinir, blood, 20
dt.:'2e: coinliinir, low irrades, 15(iilSo.
H111KS (Juiet; dry dint, 10(4o: dam
aired, 13' jc; bulls or stairs, 10c; dry
suited, 12c; dry salted, damaged, 10e; kip and
calf, salted. S',c; ila'naired, OVc; bulls and
stairs, &Jac; green, uueured, 7'jo; damaged,
Shkkp Pki.ts Stondy; irroon, 70280c; dry
do, 40i&70c., as to amount and quality of wool;
green shearling's, 15c; dry do, l(K(Jl5o; lamb
Catti.r Market quiet and unchanged;
jroid to choice steers, A0fefl.4O; fair to
medium, .V.Utt.VM: Indian stcors, f5.5Ui'c3.fl"i;
mixed hoteliers', JCiVS.'i.lk): Blockers, fl.MKJ
6.O0; fat bulls fi.2".iii'.l.ri.
Siikm' nil and unchanged; common to
fair. l.2V!M.S";good to choice, $4.dKi6.V50
extra, 9'i.ftfwrAllii; wooled sheep, t5.7M04.36.
Hons Steady; fair demand; Yorkers, com
mon and liitht to fair, f.i.l5(&.0: (rood 10
choice, ('.50!S-'i.75; good mediums, t5.765.sj;
Wiikat Stealy: No. 3 Red, Juno, fl.nl.
Coits-IIitrher; No. i mixed, June, tWao.
Oats lligh'.'r; No. 2, mixed, June, Wio.
Provisions Pork Dull; SKt mess, f 17.DJ
(iilT.'.G; Lard-Higher; steaii, June, tS.k
Live Stock Slarkets.
Tloos Receipts, 15.000: market quiet end
dull, prioos weak, 5oo lower; llgnt, f 4,i
&.&'; romrt) packing, 4.lKi.15; hoavy pack
ing and shipplng,t".20'iA4j,
Cattlb RocelpM, a.oui); strong; exports,
fil.tlUiittl.Rri; good to choice, t.2&S0tt.HO; oom
inon lo fair, ,V7IVio.2.
HrtKKP Heeolpts 4,000; firm: common to
fair, l.004l-!Xi; medium to choice, f4.&o$5.25
CATTl.it Receipts, 425; Inot sufficient stock
In to test strength of market; would 'probabf
soil higher than Friday If any horo.
lloos Receipts, 5.H2U; market weak and
dull, 6d0lOo lower at to.75dj5.20; bulk at tl.WXii
Money ead Stocks. '
Nhw York, May 81. Money 4 per eenti
Exchange quiet but Arm; currency Co, la
bid; 4'a, coupon, 120 bid; 4'4's do, ftf h bid.
Tlie Stock nirkt oponod Arm and prices
rueorted a slight Improvement, but at the
first cull vigorous ss ling oat of onaj
Mouks begun, under whloh titer declined
rankMr oarnrrmr the rest of tbt) OS)", down.
Itie lowest petntsrf the tnomliut WM touohed
shortly net ore noon, swan prw wirwe.l
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o concentrated tnatalew
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