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What has Skepticism dune for the; worM I'
Nothing but to wwt doubts. 1! has ev i.
S'is"-'f!f d that Jtht uinatl-in cannot bo cured.
SKcplli.ism Is us baa us ithcmnaUsm.
What lias Science (lone for the tvorM?
A (jowl many tiiltit,'-"; for Instance, It, I..11
shown that itheumatism can be cur" I.
it has shown that Neuralgia can be got rid rr
Modern science has proved th it liliMiiiiallsM
(i blood dln-ase, iiurl im.s ))rovliJ-i A'nil.oi'lla:o;
:w i.U'! remedy w hich can cuinilt tely cure Il
It lias proved that iilthouyli the old iVn U,
t M'i loovereoiuc Nftir.ilK'lii, ATUlil'iKilfSi. j!.
I -ach It, and it uh'atc. It. from tliu nyst'in.
It hug proved that thoiij,rh the.se tonm ritli,
(llv asi-s wen: HO slow lilid obstinate, they c.i.i
bo overcome lu u little w hllc by means of
1 n't b skeptical. If yon have any do'ibp
10 what Athloi-iiohos r an do, write to sonc- of
1 life Whom It hah cured. Tor ln-.ta)ice, l!i v. S.
JI. ll'-nii'B, 1). I)., pastor Third ( onirn-tratlon ..i
Church,, of New Haven, ( oi.n., 'he itcv. , '.
( orbit, pastor iwn.-M. M. .. Church, of New
11 ivi-n, tin; Kt-v. J. K. Si-arii-s. pastor Willed St.
M. K. Church, N'etv Vork rlty, Mr.lsniiiimell. Un
well known candy manufacturer, of New Yuri;,
Kx-(;ov. l!L" rnv, ,f coiii.tvtiuu', and lii..uy
others, ( fiualiy well Know u.
If you eiriie.t i-t AniLoiiioriomif your ilruvi-t,
will aeii'l It :.t.- i,n rwvipt "f rnf.il&r
l r:i- ..,Jiiiollr .-r l.ittV tV.- prefer that you bui
lt from your (r,i.-t. Ir.,t if hit liii.n't it, .li, in .t u.
l-frkua.l tu try .i.i thijirf tiw, but order at oii.
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umiinimmnii n r, iiiimtmiimi,
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(iiir:u.rthi-ara,.:ii i- l t ij ri!i-m.a."i.'.it
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t7frTVa I'l.iirBvuiii, lie
t-jn-i-fcd by the biil
No. lJitC'oiuincn'ul Ave,
S'.!e A";'i,t !Vii the Cclohi atcil
Mi;;ufjrtur-r an! Dea'.er in
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iran Work.
HBAliyr.-V TEIiS 1-OTi
Btiiltti ti' Ils'i'.rt sri' Htnl Ct-pi-nt- r' To -I. Th'i'i
mid I'o'-ket cuti-iy. ln-ft in tin' '-i.-irkr-: . I: ,j,ts
Hr.' I'lHti-d KutV'-H. Fork aiw s-; ti. r.itiite
Inn Ware. It- rJn Kurth'-nwure. 'n t, MutiMnin
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llll.ilemetllj', (loliieh 'artLl Mm(- l'e-t in til.'
worlil. l.'ir.ipD of ever ileiri . tum. K!:u ml.
Carji-1 Switi-iierf. K HttuT l'u-t-r-'. I'.'ooiih. in
flow Screen vV're t in! h, 1'ull upplv ul Kldl'tlg
The. hIiiho i roi'Rb rt im pr!re'.
Corner l.';li hi.iI t'oniai rcia. Avenue, (.'iiiro, 1:1.
Telophoue No. M.
Patrick T. 3IcAl)iiio,
0 1 1
Miulo to tinier.
8th St., tint. 01. io I.eee & Coiumert'lul Ave.
UAlltO. - MAu
Kt'iiairiiiff neatly done at slmrt notice.
JEW YORK STOUE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK Cl'i'V.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
NEW YORK STORE CO,
Cnr.NitictnortthRtrodtl f'aJt'n III
Mrs. Emily IWers,
Mrs. AMANDA CI.AIiKSON, Agent.
No. MO Hill HI., ;tlro, 111.
IVUood Stock tnd l'tlcct lHionl)lc.Fl
I LOOK OUT! 41-
DURHAM lifcsS; Ai
1 bull i?j.;c' r
THE SERPENT'S TRAIL,
A Giddy Woman's Head Turned
by tho Blandishments of a
She Dwirts a Loving Husband and Flies
With Her Seducer to Eujoy Her
Sin in Texas.
The Greater Wrong Supplemented by the
Theft of Fifteen Thousand" Dollars
in Stocks and Bonds.
Piiii..u;i:i.i'i!H, June 2.l)y the
iltmh of Farmer Toh r at Uuxtou Cen
ter, Maine, two years ugo, his two
daughter-, the only telrs, inherited
property which was readily co.iverted
into cash ami securities worth SJO.ddO.
li ith daughter.-! were regarded a. uticom
moaly hiudoiue. The elder, Mamie,
married .Samuel iJraliatit,'h, a school
teacher in the vicinity. Shortly after
Fanner Tozier's death, Mr. Bntdlaujjh
.settled up the estate, converted the
property into securities and came
to this city with his wife
and sister-in-law, Ostensibly be
cause the climate of Maim: was too ri'4
orotii for his health. With his wife and
her -Mer he arrived iu Philadelphia iu
November, 1 5-. lie bought a hand--otue
house iu l).iu;hiu Mreot, furnished
it attractively, and, establlshlii!; himself
as . private tutor, secured many pupils,
ilis vouii wile, wIkj is si-areely twenty
v- ir.s of ui,''.-, devoted herself to i!it
."'.ein and enjouiieiit. She frequently
visited the A :aJ. i,iy of Fine Arts, and on
one of th.-se visits with her sister made
the acquaintance of .lames P. FaStrom,
a young man of leisure, who went regu
larly tg tlie Academy to study art.
A suow'-ntorm fulling one day when the
lu'lh .1 had no umbrella, the voung man
was pi-ritiilled to aeeompaiiy them home,
where he was introduced 'to Mr. iirad-lati-h
and invited to dine with the family.
Ihe husband found him a most agreeable
companion, possessed of a large fund of
information, witty and quick at repartee.
Mr. Dradiaugii congratulated hiuueif and
hi- wile on making ;m acquaintaui c that
was so aiTeeaMe, and iress.;J his gUe.-l
to vi.Mi bis house frequently, an invita
tion which the young man accepted, but
did not call more frequently than, was
aurevable to his host. At each of his
UK HKV.ril.li II1MSKI.F 1'AIII Kl'I. UtI.V
to Mr. lira liaugli, uhi seemed charmed
with his o let;, a:id never happier than
when he was at le r ide. They soon be
came very intimate friends, and it was
not lornr In-fore the quick perception of
the vouno'T lady couvinc.-d her that her
sister had forgotten her vows to her hus
b.'imi, and it was .he who tirsl warned
l.er brother-in-law of her sister's ind s
cretion. No heed seem- to have been
paid to the waniim.' until a fortnight sao,
when Mr. llradiaugh found and "read a
coutl dential letter from his wife to Mr.
Fois'roiu. it had been intrusted to the
servant for delivery, but was mislaid.
Mr. Ilradlangu then coiilid.M iu his
sister-in-law : a watch was set upon
the erring Wife and she was followed
to a house where she had been iu the
h i!i;t oi meeting Mr. FoNtrom for several
months. Her bureau at home was
searched, and among others there was
!o ind the following letter from Mr. Fol
"My Hkm: Lit 11 k Pini.osoriiKK
What an admirable teacher of morals you
are. How I deii-ht to receive a lesson
from you. Ihp.tia herself could not talk
abstract morality with half your grace,
lint, my darling, do not distress yourself,
I am sure that you have done no" wrong,
and that you are just as sweet, lovely
and pure as if we had never met.
l.ove sanctions all things. Such
love as ours makes even thing holy.
Love like ours would make the vilest
pure. Your kisses are as full of sanctity
as the touch of holy bread, (live over
this ueedle-s apprehension of wrong do
ing. It is right; we loved each other
by instinct. You say that after all you
havi given 111c 1 will despise you. Never,
never; love is eternal, because it is
founded 011 those qualities which endure
fonver. Have faith in inv love, iu your
own purity and goodu.'ss,'and all will be
w-.'ll. lie a brave, noble woman, and we
shall overcome all obstacles. With a
thousand kisses, JI."
1 111: 1 mi it n'iiiks
were generally indicative of appoint
ments. Mr. llradiaugh was almost
cra.ed, and walked the streets nearly till
night in order to arrive at some dellnite
plan. When he returned to his house he
lound that his wife had anticipated him,
and she had left the house. The follow
ing letter told everything:
"1H:au lh sn M I can not live a life
of deception any longer. I low .mother,
and we have gone w here we can enjoy
our love in peace. Forget that you ever
h.uVne for your wife. Mam in."
It has beeu ascertained that she and
Folstrotn went to New York, thence
bought tickets over the I'.rie and Wtihash
to Texas, w here Folstiom has interests.
The wife on the day before dewirture
converted nine 8l,tt IJovernment bonds
into cash, and carried with her New F.ng
land railroad stocks valued at $ii,uuo.
Saturday Mr. Rradlaugh Hied a suit for
HIS LAST l'KOOK-SUF.KT.
Suicide of a Man Who Loved (Whisky
Not Wisely but Too Well.
St. Loi;h, Mo., Juuo 2. Edward Pa
gan, formerly proof-reader, but lately on
the editorial staff of the Missouri i;,-tmh-iioin
of this city, took his life this
morning at his residence No. 1 122 Jefler
son nveuue, while under the Itilliience of
liquor. lie was in one ot Hicse tits ujt
temporary insanity, caused by the terr.
ble suffering which always characterized
the wlud-up of ids loug debauches. H&
chose a "Kongo on Rat" road to tho
hereafter and died with all tho paroxysms
and long continued mi (It ring which at
tvnd the action of that virule nt and acuta
F.igau always was a hard drlnkir and
had been ou a spree for over two wcofctt.
When this came to an end yesterday ho
was disgusted with himself, and, fooring'
the degradation bound to result to him
iu ui uewupapc-r capacity, ho sought 11N
levktlon of paiu and rofuije from tho
CAIRO, ILL, TUESDAY
Pagan was u Canadian by birth. He
served In St. Louis as a reporter on the
old GhJ,p, leaving which he went to the
Times. When tho AYir was started
he secured a berth and on Its being
swamped he went to tho llcjmbllcan as
reporter. From that position ho drifted
into being Us proof-reader, a place he
lost by his drunkenness driving him to
the Home for Inebriates. Before he left
that institution ho was told that he was
a mental wreck already, but he came out
sharper than ever and was father of the
editorial staff of tho llejmbUcan. A spree
cost him his place again, but with re
form, he was again employed as a re.
porter. lie was afraid of losing this po
sition and the shame of the situation was
more than he could bear.
UASi: HAM. lniliYlTIES.
Score of Oamea Played on Saturday,
St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Unions, 5;
Brooklyn, N. Y. Erooklyns, 1C; St.
Boston, Mass. Bostons, 8; New
Pittsburgh, Pu. Alleghenys, 5; Tolo
Proideiice, R. I. Providences, C;
Philadelphia, Pa. Loulsvllles, 4; Ath
Cincinnati, 0. Ciucinuati Unions, 15;
Chicago, 111. Detroits, 12; Chlcagos,
liostou Unions, 13; Chlcagos, 3.
New York. Metropolitans, 12; In
Amherst, Mass. Amherst, 12; Dart
Baltimore, Md. Columbus, 15; lialti
Cleveland, ). Buffalos, 'J; Cleve
Washington, D. C Cincinuatis, 5;
Trenton, N. J. Ilarrishurgs, C; Treu
Altoona, Pa. Baltimore Unions, 5;
Bay City, Mich. Peorias, 4; Bay Citys,
Fort Wayne, Iud. Port Waynes, 5;
St. Pauls, 2.
Terre Haute, Ind. Stillwatcrs, 5)
Terre liautes. 4.
s( HiK OK fl AMES I'l.AYKD St NDAY, JI NK 1.
St. Louis, Mo. Cincinnati Reserves,
14; St. Louis Reserves, 11 Compton's,
1 ' j ; Lucas Amateurs, 13.
Chicago, 111. Chicago Unions, 5; St
Louis Unions, 4.
Kvau-ville, Iud. Akrons, 11; Lvans
Dubuque, la. Chicago Onwards, 7;
Taylorville, 111. Taylorvillcs, 'J;
vlaiuesville, Tex. Paris, 7; Gaiues
The New York Press on the Situation.
The iS'im says: "The so-called civil
service reform, instead of being a means
of purification, is, as the law stands, a
positive protection for the Burasldes, the
ilowgates and the undiscovered thieves
that crowd the departments and make
merry over the ridiculous fortune of out
siders w ho must pass an examination iu
conic sections before they can get a copy
Tho Triiiunc says : "There is a refresh
ing indisposition to consider dark horses,
or candidates, whom the Republican vo
ters have not preferred. The suggestion
of a possible transfer of votes to some
other candidate was resented by a lead
ing Arthur delegate w ith the pertinent re
mark: "No, sir. The voters have said
Arthur or Blaine, and Arthur or Blaine it
The Tiinr, says: "What stronger name
could be presented to the convention,
what name more certain to secure a
hearty and united indorsement, than that
of Robert T. Lincoln? Mr. Lincoln is an
energetic and capable Secretary of War.
His successful administration of that
department gives the assurance of a
creditable discharge of the duties oi the
Presidency. The supporters of all the
other candidates, without exception,
have claimed him for the second place on
their tickets, showing clearly that he is
entirely acceptable to every group and
faction of the party and hasthecoulideuce
of all Republicans.'"
At Lille, Prance, Sunday, a captive
balloon fell forty meters and killed three
The strike at the Pittsburgh rolling-mill
is ended, but tho mill will shut down ten
days for repairs.
J. V. Iloyt, Cashier of the Butler Sav
ings Rank, Miliersburg, Pa., is short in
his accounts 22,000.
A waterspout near Waco, Tex., drowned
over 1,000 head of cattle and seriously
Gladstone denies the authorship of the
Fortniijhthj r.n'hv-'s article ou the foreign
policy of llngland.
The Hermans are wondering what
Crown Prince Frederick William is writ
ing so frequently to Bismarck for.
Charles Farclot, of the firm of Parclot
& Wehrle, wiue dealers of Sandusky,
Ohio, has slipped off. He Is short $113,
000. Irving and Terry had a grand recep
tion Saturday ight on their llrst appear
ance In London since their return from
Cyrus W. Field is reported as saying
that Yanderbllt holds 20,000,000 of New
York Central stock, against $7,000,000
Arch Ormc, ticket agent of tho West
Point Railroad, Georgia, committed
snielde Saturday, lie was short in his
A papal encyclical was read Sunday in
the cburchos of Kugland, warning people
against joining sec-jet societies on pain of
Indications of an agreement between
Germany and Rn.sr.la aro fonnd In tho
brillhiBt fctjle In which Prince William
wjw received at St. Petersburg.
Tho body of James Kolly, one of tho
victims of the Hooper Warehouse col
lapso at Baltimore, hrw been recovered.
Seven persons were killed.
The program mo of the Oonnan peas
ants' convention, which assembles July
4, advocates protective duties on agri
cultural products, reduction of railway
tariffs aud various other reforms.
Senator Katon has received urgent np
tiwils from nil portions of tho country
lr immediate notion on tho bills relat
ing to the electoral count and PrcfHten
Ual WCC8SSU.ID, bat thcra t o (IkeUhood
thewe tnof.ters -n tn cihmI i.ii. i . i
Tho United Statos aovornrucnt
Condemned, for Tolorating
An Appeal Against Harboring Asstsdas
Urged Indignant German3 Coun
The Report of the Fall of Berber Denied
by the La'.est Intelligence
Paiiis, Juno 2. The lnblvjuc con
demns the United States for allowing the
dynamiters to plan their outrages there.
The lntrttnuiijcanl says the explosions in
London are the result of COO years of
Beiujv, June 2, The newspapers aro
indignant over the explosions and coun
London, June 2. The Mfjniph urges
nn appeal to the American Government
against harboring assassins.
C.vnto, June 2. The fall of Berber i.4
I'UNN BANK STATEMENT.
President Riddle's Story as to tho Cause
of the Collapse.
Pn i -UL 1:011, Pa., June 2. President
Riddle this morning made a statement ol
the affairs of the Penu Bauk and the
causes which led to the collapse. In il
he charges the bauk directors with beiiif
concerned in an oil pool which wrecked
the bauk, and tells how the failure wa
brought about. He recites how the
position of the Presidency was loivcn
on him, aud how he soon discovered that
the loans on oil collateral exceeded tin
collateral at the low prices then ruling
He complains to Cashier Reiber and tin
Vice-President, who he had told to hau
these accounts made up, and told then
lie did not see what they couid do, unless
by personal exertion they couid get a lot
of people to buy enough oil to put price."
up, and buy enough on the bank's account
to make good. these accounts.
i.r.i r the tmumiiN.
A Husband Elopes With Another ilan'i
Bi!amionvii.i.k, W. Ya., June 2. Yes
terday much excitement was occasioned
by the elopement of John Mattock, a
prominent citizen, with Mrs. Emllj
Shaffer, wife of a personal friend and
neighbor. Both are well connected.
They must have flown Saturday night
while Shaffer was away.
Mattock disposed of all his property
for cash last week aud took the proceeds
with him, leaving his wife in a delicate
condition, with two children, destitute.
Shaffer returned yesterday und found
his wife had hypothecated all household
e ffects and left him w ith ten children to
manage. He is engaged in guarding his
premises with a Winchester ri lie to keep
tho dealer who bought the goods fiom
1 OKTV-K1U1ITII COXUUlSS.
Washington, D. C, Juue 2. There
were but nine Republican Senators in
their seats this morning; Edmund,
Sherman, Logan, Ilawley and Allison
were of the number ' Each of these are
Presidential aspirants, and hourly re
ceived Chicago telegrams. Logan looked
heavy and glum, Sherman chatted pleas
antly, while Allison, Morrill and Ed
munds looked a trifle anxious, and Raw
ley was cool, as usual.
The House bill authorizing the con
struction of bridges over the Wisconsin,
Chippewa and St. Croix Rivers, in Wis
consin, was passed.
Mr. Harris gave notice that on Monday
next he will move to consider the Mexi
can pension bill, but it is understood that
the motion will be postponed if the ab
sentees are not returned from Chicago.
Senator Sherman presented as a me
morial a request from the Board of Di
rectors of the Cincinnati Industrial Ex
position for an appropriation of $25,ono
U aid the work of the exposition.
MrEldredge (of Michigan) introduced
a joint resolution for the ilual adjourn
ment June 23. Referred to Ways aud
Mr. Ilolruau called up the legislative
appropriation bill, and after agreeing to
amendments consolidating Internal rev
enue and customs districts, dispensing
with store-keepers at small distilleries
and prohibiting committee clerks from
'performing private sendee for members,
the bill passed and the House adjourned.
Under the call of States tho following
bill were introduced and referred: "
By Mr. Stoekslager A resolution call
ing on the Secretary of the Interior for
tlx? names of all persons with whom con
tracts have been made for furnishing In
dian supplies; also a resolution catling
ou the SecrelHry of War for similar in
formation relative to army supplies.
By Mr. Willis, of Kentucky Appropri
ating ?25,000 to aid the Southern Ex
position at Louisville iu 1884, aud adnilt
,ttng free of duty articles iniendod for ex
The House then took up the Legisla
tive appropriation bill with amendments
roported by the committee of tho whole.
Tho amendniont prohibiting committee
clerks from performing work of a private
character for members was rejected.
which mash ten btmhels or less from tho
operation of tho provisions of titre
Heriscd Ktatntcs, except as to payment
of tax, was adopted) yeas, 118; nays,1
'74. The remaining amendments wen)
'agreed to and the bill passed; yeas, VK
Mr. illflcock moved to suspend tho
rules and jwa the bUl repealing the la'
ieraal nnihh taxes on tobacco, alkwinfl
the use of alcohol treo of tax ta arts and
inanutuctnrea, and NfalitHr. the tax oil
.brandy dlstWcd from ftulu.
' Mr. Ctwgrovg M MtuMnnrh rv '
They Pay and Say Nothing.
Washington-, D. C, Juno 2.-TI.0
run beginning ou Saturday on the Na
tional Savings Bank continued this morn
ing. President Snyder says: We pay
OUT lllilfbt.iilili.su .in,) u-ir tw.Vl.l.,.. t in.
i , , , " ".JI.UIIIH. i no
I hank Is generally regarded sound.
Tho Ifewton County Murderer Beinr
J'O'UN, Mo., June 2. Geo. Hudson,
who killed Nathan Tabor and John Goody
KounU, May l-s, at (jranby, Newton
County, and received tw o serious wot nds
himself during the shooting, has been
spirited away and it Is said is being at
tended by a prominent physiclau of New
tonia. He is a brother of Jack llud on,
Deputy Sheriff of the county, aud the
City Marshal of Granby is his father.
Dead at Ninety-Four.
Jki-fi-.i:so City, Mm., June 2. John
Wyatt, tho oldest resident of Cole
County, died at his farm, four miles west
of this city, at seven o'clock this morn
ing. He was nearly ninety-four years of
ago, and settled in this county iu lsl7.
Several years ago he prepared his own
grave aud tombstone, leaving the date of
of his death 011 the latter blank. He was
greatly respected, and in his younger
days exerted wide inlluciico "iu the
Want a Receiver.
I'lJii.ADKU'im, Pa., June 2. Thj fol
lowing circular was issued this after
noon by President Kim, of the Phila
delphia & Reading Baiiroad: "Notice is
hereby given that coupons and interest
due Juue 1st, upon the consolidated
mortgage bonds of this company will be
purchased at par for cash by Drexcl &
Co. upon presentation and surrender
of coupons or assignment of registered
interest at their house. The Board of
Directors of tho company this morning
agreed to apply to a L'uited States Cir
cuit Court to (dace the company iu tho
hands of a receiver.
BUMllIKI. nTa T OL Ti.
A Bloody Tragedy Enacted in Front of
Wiii:i:i.im;, W. Ya., June 2 A ter
rible tragedy was enacted, yesterday iu
Wirt County. For years past a feud has
existed between two families tamed
Thompson and Hoggs, over some dis
puted land. Saturday some of I'.ogg.s'
fence was thrown down and the Thomp
son's were accused of doing it. Yester
day John Thompson and diaries Boggs
met In front of the Methodist Church
they attend, accompanied by their fami
lies, when a quarrel began about the
fence, during which Boggs made an at
tempt as if to draw a revolver, where
upon Thompson struck him over the head,
braining him. Boggs died instantly.
Thompson took his family home and then
lied. The deed was committed iu lull
view of the entire congregation.
Grain and Provisions.
MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1U
Cotton Sternly; miiMiiny. ll'iUII'.e.
Flock Ste ely; A.W to choice, f l.:,0" 1. 70;
WliK.tr Lower; No. 2 Hid, fl.iniil.'itii;;
No. :i Ite.i, r'.i-e. .
Co!is-S!oaly: No. '.' mixed, KJi.Vie;
No. white miAcM, fnHoi'ili".
ovrs-stnely: No. a"y;:t"c.
Hy k Nominal ; No. V, ir.c.
Touteco-l- .nn; Imrs common to choice,
J.'i.i.V'ilu.UO; leaf; common re,l leaf, $t.m.ij
lO.oo; meilium to (roo.l t'.Mi1.W).
ll.tv-l'iuirre fl2.uu for imme; $U.tX) i l.i.o
tor choice; mixed frutlt for common to
prime: timothy f:(ils lor prime to choice;
lli-Tia.it Weak: choice to fancy eream- ry
is!.2nc; dairy, choice to fancy, limine; io.v
Kotts Sternly, at pic.
Pot atik.--New st.-ady at $!."-r:.ioper bar
rel lor elioj -e.
1'oKK-liiill; standard mess, f lii.T.V.; IT.eO;
hard side, fw.fti.
I.utn Dull; prime steam, 7 -It ft So.
IIacon I.ohl's fv-iSi'.e: shorts C'-i '..e;
:leai riliS. !li4! ,e.
Wool Tuli-walied. choice, ;t.'.TIc; fair:!-:
:!(; dim.')' mi l low g. , t t I'nwasiied 1 lioico
medium ?t.ti- .v. 00 I at era -re me Mum :.V 5
"lc; selected litrtit fine ISKCJfie; trood ncin;o
17'- Ise; tieiicy l:'i!He; combine', bio id, M
di.' : comhim.', low trade, l.'otlse.
IIiiiks uuict; dry mm, lii;c: d.nn
at'ed. lil'jc; liulls or krs. Hie; dry
salted, l'.'e; dry suite I, dam c,o' I, Pic; kip aad
call', s ilted. s'';c; (lanmj-'cd. li'ic: hulls mid
Slaves, Jlie; green, uneured, 7 jc; dama.-c-d,
MIBKP Pklts steady; (rrera, 70 :S;e; dry
do. 4'J''-7iH'., as to amount an I ipiadry of wool;
green shearlings, Lie; dry do, hi jil-e; lain')
Wnr.tT Stea ly ; No. 2 lied, Jun $l.wb
Coils IIiL'her; No. 2 mixed, June, inc.
Oats llitih r; No. 2, mixed, June, Xli
I'liovtsiONS Pork-Dull; spot mess $17.01
(ti 17.50; Lard Higher; steam, June, S.-T,
( 1I1CA ill.
Wiik at lliuher; June. s'.'V; July, 02i
(rusi, vac; .".cpii'muer,'. v .
Coax l i mer; June, i'.e; July, Wio
oats Steady ; June, :i2e; July, 32'se
(fust, Sic; year, 27 Sc.
Pontv-ll Klier; June, !l!i.':;; July, f
I.Aini lliirher; June, If s.U ; Jnl , J
A il: list, s.47'.: uslved.
Miout lints .lime, fS.2.''4; Julv
August, fs.5.i, ftskud.
Live Stock Ilarkols.
Hoos Iteeelpts, 22 iWO: market weak, lilTJ
IV lower; liKiit, tf l.M.o": rouirh paekmir,
tMtX!i', iK iivy paekLifc' an I sliipinjt, ( j.uj
Cattle Iteceipts, P00; iietlve; I'c higher;
exports $'. 1 .4 liXi; ;oo l to oho.oi!, fii. loj
tl.'io; common to lair. $.V7V t'i.l'i.
Sanaa' Idee pt. Hon; stiomr; common to
1111 (him $..( u 1. lie; jjood lo elioiee, J4..V'4ui.i,
Catti.k Iioci Ipts, 4iT; otlci-inus lijrht, ac
tive and firm: na'ivo stec u, i,"i to i,..oi Ids.
avoiaw (: Vafi.M; do isVl to I, I.') lbs itvemtfu
Hous-Keeeipts, (!.'': maiket wta'tcr and
lower, lots h'7 10 D43 it's, nvesue I l.sS-tM.J ;
maiiilt l.tiiVil.-, tW.
Sutice Kf"wdpt lhdit; market iUict; slock
M lbs. avorinr" t.2l
Ctti.k Market fulrly active and r shado
lilghur; KO )d to clulcc Bteeru, fn!.9.jw.tni:
HbLi supers, fi.ritKi-'i.'lO.
Hhhkp 1 ull and lower: common to fair
H.Wtt.1.afi;frood lo choice, t6.hi..T5; sir.nir
lUxw-lmU, wouk arid lower; good to choice
Yorkf.-, DUhAtVwit lUrht mixed. ivstKS!
gotxl o medium, lo.a.'Hmo.ou; pigS) ti.ftvus, '
Money and Stooka.
Nsw Youk, Juno 8. Money i and 4 pprcont:
fjjrelmrirro quiet nml firm; WorcrnmonM
fh-rn; euironcy fc', Uibld; 4(l miuku, L0
hlil: S lo, lllii bdl. Th tUook market
ttuoUugrt k so (Vt tho i to." liosdmg, hut ruihcd
im bull fltlHf M;vnr4iti(f ppl' tl iY '
a '1' 7 It
THE GREAT H-flV
m reMEU I
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbaqo. Backache. Headache, Toothache,
Wore Tlironi. Sh lllnci.. Mprnlna. KrulwL
Itm in. tniiil,. frit HUm.
An a I.I. lllllMl llllllll.Y I'MNS MI (11FA
Sulllij liruiKiMt le-a'-r, MWtib(n. Kiflj Cauu rwlll.
I'irft-ti..n.in II l.aii'i.igp.
TIIK ( !l tm.M A. VOtiKI.KR CO.
Health and Happiness.
DO iS OTHERS
Me, yt?Pr. Kidneys disordered?
hiiini-jr w ,,rt lirmmiit m! from my irmvo. u It
o . ,. rl1.'"..,": " v'"n pi'.v Iftiest (li:tormn
Uetruit." JI. W. ilLl.riilli. Mn-hain... I.u.li. Mlh
Aroyour nerves weak?
Kl- ni-v Win r ..,i,-..a ..... 1
l". nll T I WUH lll.l. 1 VIU..II..I ...llr.. - . .1 I.
Ouvdwiu, W. cArtufiuit Monitor UerUuid. vl
H'T-vo you Bright's Disease?
KlilnrT w ut t enrt it in.. lien Mr ttau-r was Just
hku tUuik aud tUu hlo. l,,,,il." J
F: unt Wilson, Tealody, Mass.
Suffar ing from Diabetes?
iu in T.w.i 1 .iiininct -ueei -ifiilreiiieilv I have
evur usttO. liiw-i nlm .-t inuniiifntn r.-li.-r."
lr. I Uiillpo. Ualluu, Muakton, Vt.
Have you Liver Complaint?
itn-i 1 1IIHVI.-H in (lie.
Jiuiii-y U aril, lato d.I. G-Jt h Nat. Guard, XT.
- - . ..... ... v.. i.ci iiavuiKO
Is your Eack iame and aching?
"Iviilni v-U-. rt. il b. tt!,-i eaifil mo wlun I wuki
lajuu 1 had to n.ll out i.f I..-.1."
O. Jt. T;i1iiij0v, Milwaukee, Wla.
Ilavo you Kidney Disease?
"i" "re in:mi-111 mniiiii in nvi rami kiuners
(Ol-T Vi illi. nf llllsiirrr-.f.il . I. .. t . ..I 1. h
Jloa !.os.''--Baui I Uxli;i'S tYdiuuiututtu. Went Va.
Aro you Constipated?
Kl'hli V-Wiit t-atisra ca v (vai-iiiit!..ii nml i.nm
mo afu-r 10 )iurj us-, ot oiliir nn iIuhh-h."
.-l.-on rautlula, si. Albana, Vt.
,.,, Havo you Malaria?
"KW!i-T.t...it lnn li ne lu ll, -r lieni any other
reiutuy 1 lnoe ivir 11 n-it In icv tiriuiiei."
Pr. II. K. t'liu-k, Suuta Horo, Vt
Are jTou Bilious?
'Kiiciry W ..1 1 l-.i- UMiieinft nn ir.tod than any
jtli.-r iviuciy I h..v.i ,-u.r lnk.11." J
lira. J. I. oulkiway, Elk Flat, Oreifon.
Are you tormented -with Piles?
mui.i'T-nolT i..-rnl'iu.-r(rja ,-nrci mo of Minding
pili-a. Or. W.I'. Kl:m re-. timio.i.l. a li u nu-."
Ovj. II. II .rat, I'aalui-r M, liank, ayersiown, Pa.
Are yovi Rheumatism racked?
"KiiliUT -Wort cui' ii in... afi.-r 1 m vmn up to
dlo hy I'll)' si.'ians nml 1 1, ul milfi-r.-.l tliirtv yi-arn."
Litridb-o Maluolui, West hath, Maine.
Ladies, are you suffering?
"Kiilncy.Woit eiin.(i nni of (i.-enhar trouble!
t rul ) I'tn tr.'iii.im .-. Jiany rnvmls ue and praise
..o. u. iiuuii-Hui, isjo ui JlOICo, S,
If you would Banish Disease
ana cam iieann, Taice
Thb blood Cleanser.
Fortify llie System.
All lllio havp CYnnrLirii1!.!! nml u-lln...J ....
t l.ei't nr lloioeitcr t Moniucii Hitters upon thu
Wi lli;, lirnt-i'll ilim n ,l..ttr...n.l fi . vi...ln.a e .1
Y ... , iv. tiuiB ui UTRUeu-
fin, hvereenp nlnt, lever ami ague, rheiimatrm,
nervoriii iletiliiiv. or ncrmrttnrn .T..av b u...
- ......... - ....vuj, nuuiiv mm
in this supreme tonic and alterative there xlstg a
p Hlc iirinciplo wnlih le&chen the very oiuce of
f hn truiihlo, und tU'ectu an absuluttj and nermam.nt
l'or alu hy nil dru cists anil denlernirenerally.
Who want plossy, luxuriant
i'.iiil w a vy tresses of abuudaut,
liciiiilit'ul II air must use
olcarant. cheap article always
makes tho Hair grow freely
and fast, keeps it from falliug
out, arrests and cures gray
Hess,, removes dandruff aiiU
iteluns,, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it iii
any desired position. IJcan
tiful, healthy Hair is the suro
result of using Kathairon.
Lailit' ai.d (intmcn can Uuii a
profitable riuplaynient at fhflr era
luimei. The linsinuM la I tht an4
mi- 'l ' "