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CAIRO, ILL, TIIUKSDAY AlOKNINU, .JULY :,, 1I5.U
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contain many friimt
ful stories of uiohiiigo
uiziiiif hurfi rim,'. but
rif if 111 111 I'll lir in ut..
or picture, can bo moro dlstr. awful than the
irp 5fcvvcre shooting pains dally ami night lv
jnuurt-d by those who urn nianyri to I hat most
wrriiiie torment, Neuralgia. To get rid of t his
martyrdom. 1 the Ilrsi business of all who buffer.
ATirtopiioROS regenerates painful nerves,
ana drives out the horrors ot Keuraltlo.
ATntopiroRos gives health to Eiioumntie
sufferers whom tho most KklWul pbyslruu
have not been able to heal.
ATm,opnonos operates on the blood, inns
cles, and joints ; and dissolving tho arbis tint
cause ItheutuaUsm, removes them from the
ATHLornoROS is pronounced by all !m
nave tried it an infallible siiecluo fur th-vi
obstinate and painful diseases.
Read the testimony of one of tho
sufferers. David Little, Sum
ner, BennerCo., Iowa, writes:
"lira Jut 77 ycr of ro,hvc bad the Rheumatic
three)- and eight mouUw; loot cne-lliird of lay
weight; could not walk, but shuffled along on
crutches; could not aleep; nenes shattered, i:
trensah In my hands, wrinta, kuem or feet U.n
thanUUtoOod for yourgrt discovery! Them, d
Icirie arrived Saturday night 1 took a dose Kuiiday
morning, felt it all over me, and kept on with it
Monday rooming I pot up anil dr -sued myself, ai, 1
waited out Into the ilw hen without the aid of crut. h
or cane, and wished them all a happy New Year. Irc-t
well night, am gaining in strcuirth, aiid once m. .n
enjoy life. Wuh I could put Athlophobos in tho
bauds of every sufferer from this terrible diwaM
Tf yon cannot g(-t ATHtorrfonoaof ynnrdnuriri-t.
we wUl aend It express paid. r,n receipt of r-vuUr
price-one dollar per bottle. We prefer that you l.uy
It from your druionrt. hut if I- hasn't It, do not I
persuaded to try sotueUimg cite, but order at ciivO
from na a directed.
ITHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW TORK.
IMIIliiiMnmn.tH . .,,.M.i.,.M,1,
.t- . II a-yj-Mir.-jjL-..
ST. MARY'S PAIiK.
Irn Oflny paiade Hieet of F re dm ; nve Mid
other So leiii ", and aim hrtutiful K.oii rep
resenting me mer ctiiiots of Hie city
Horse, luiile. bicycle and oilier r"i', ai"o va
riety of other means ol am list, met ts. Ml' h an
(ireasetl i'ole, Etc.,
ih of Fireworks !
Diinciiiir at NMit!
5'"A1I r-il'rr.a l. and ii am'ioa s will s;iv j rcitt
ly reduced rate.
Kor prtk-ulnr a t- premium, etc., adilrei"
either of the lnllowiUj! loinm I tee :
J OK STKACLA.
N li TIII-1 l.i:VtO!,
13G C'om'l Ave.
have received a full a:.'. co,..i Vle line
ol new F.dl and SViuti-r
Cloaks, rolmanx, Xo'ions, F.tc.
A heavy clock of Body liruM', Taper
tnea aud Ingrain
A full itock of Oil Ololhf, all fli!'.'? and prices.
Cleihing & Gents' Furnlsh'g Goods
A full and tompb te stock Is now being
clOKed out at great burttaiua.
C4ochI tit Bottom Prices!
LOUIS 0. HERBERT,
(Succcsscr to Chan. T. Newlaml an l
Plumbet, Steam aod Gas Fitter
Commcroiiil Ave, bet. fentli aud Elf
CAIUO, : : :
Dilve Well Force and blft l'urapa furn'shed and
put up. Aijeut for the CeloUrsied
"BUCKEYE FORCE PUMP ',
the best pump ever Invented. New (in Fixtures
furnished to order. Old fixtures repaired and
EVJobblng promptly attended to. 810-tl
Patrick T. McAlpine,
Made to Order.
8th St., bot. Ohio Levoo A Commercial Ave.
oAtuo. ; - ILL
Ripalriuff neatly done at short notice.
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CALLED TO ORDER.
Tlio Democratic Stnto Convontloi
of I.lIi.oU in 55c i
State C-iitral C;r.'a!. t-e a:il Distno
Dclftjjates lo Uiiicugj Cii:sen-Tem-porary
OrgatiiEUion Eff cted.
Tilden il-j:eried to as "The Second Jef.
ft-rson," and His Name Vocifw-ou-'y
I'lioitu, Ii.r.., .Iii'y 2. The following h
a list of the Mate CYiinmittoeiiien, ehosci
by the district conventions at their meet
lugs tills morning:
First A. W. (irccn, of Cook.
Second Frank I.awler, of Cook.
Third I'atnck McCarty, of Cook.
Fourth S. 15. Ch:ie, of Cook.
Fifth S. L. llinai, of Kane.
Sixth Mr. Ftazier, of Carroll.
Seventh W. C. Groen, of Whitesliles
F.ihth-.I. C. ( ani!! 11, of I.aSalle.
Ninth K. S. Mcliiinff, of Lexington.
Tenth No appoititiiietit iiiade,
K!evc-ntli-C. J. Wliittakcr, of McDon
Tweiftli M.iui ic- K.-ii, i-f .Vlanis.
Tiiii tec-nth W. A. Cli-ininn, ol Sanga
Fourteenth Win. Fuller, of DeWitt.
F.lteeut!i-A. J. Fryar, of Cob s.
Sixteenth JuiIl'c liogi.'", of Wayne.
Seventeenth F. V. Crouch, of Mont
gomery. Fi-htcetitli-Il. (. Wlieeler, of St.
Nineteenth S. L. Dwiiiht, of Mariou.
Twentieth 11. (ioddard, of Williaiuton.
i in: pi- i nil r im i.i i k.
CiiNvuMiM.v 11 vi i., 1'ki:u, I i.i. , July
2. The fo.Iowiiisi.su li-tof th" delegates
to t!;e Nat.onal ( on cation clio.-t-n by th .
dis' rict (!iflri."iti'MH litis iiioriiiui :
F.rt I)isiriet-J. C. Maci.in and W. C.
Sup, of Cook.
Si com! K. F. Cuihertoii and J. II.
llildr-.-tli, of Cook.
Th.r .!- Cart r il. lbnisju and Cirrls
tian (,'a--i.iinan, ol Cook.
Fourth Harry liti'iens and J. II. Win
St'). i, of Cooi.
Fifth J. F. (Hidden, of DeKulb, and
G. W. lieiiwick, of Kane.
Sixth T. J. Shei-hau, of do Daviess,
and F. II Marsh, of i.'le.
Scveuth C. II. Met onike, of Bureau,
an I Sherwood I'ixon, of I.te.
F.iyhth A. J. 'Conner, of LuSalle,
and J. It. S. S'-oviile, of ilrundy.
Ninth Andrew Kerr, of Kankakee, and
W. li. Dunn, of Woodford.
'l'entii S. 1'. Shape, of Fulton, and
Straw tiler tliu ns, of Kuox.
F.ievetith - li. T. Cable, of Kock Island,
and John Huii'.'ate, of Hancock.
Twelfth HUN liiis, of Greene, and
W. L. Vandeventer, of Browne.
Tl. irteenth Major Collan, of Morau,
an I Men 1'rettyinan, of Ta.i-well.
Fourteenth A. K. Stevens, of McLean,
and hiries H. KwiiiLr, of Macon.
Fiitet'iilh J. M. Mann, of Vermillion,
und Win. A. Day, of Cli:i:.'ip.'i'i;u,
Sixteenth General W, 13. 1'arsons, of
Clay, ami J. II. ilawN-y, of Jasper.
Seventeenth Judge Anthouy Thorn
ton, of Shelby, and Judire Jesse J. l'hil
lips, of Montgomery.
l-.iUhteenth m. II. Kane, ol .Ma.Ii
son, and Dotiu'las Hale, of Bond.
Nitieteeiith Clias. F. McDowell, of
White, and Win. A. J. sparks, of Clinton.
Twentieth J. Allen, of Jackson, and
Judge Win. II. Greene, of Alexander.
C.U.I. MP TO ol;IKK.
The Democratic Slate Convention was
call 'd to order at 12:.'J0 p. m., by J. II.
i beriy, Chairman of the state Central
Committee, and opened with prayer by
liev. J. C. Bruce, of l'eoria. After the
reading of the call for the
Convention by the secretary, Chair
man oberly spoke at considera
ble length, eulogizing the Democratic
party and arraigning the Kepublicau party
in severe terms. He referred to S. J.
Tilden as "the second Jefferson," which
was received with prolonged encoring.
A remark that if he had not declined the
nomination It would have been tendered
him at Chicago uext week, was also re
ceived with cheers, mingled with a few
IIKNRY (LAY CONNELLY,
of liock Islaud, was chosen temporary
Chairman, and William J. Mize, of Moul
trie, temporary Secretary. Major Con
nelly made a brief address, but was
uualile to make himself heard in distant
parts of the hall, and, feeling that he
would not, under the circumstances, be
able to conduct the affairs of the Con
vention, resigned the gavel, aud Mr.
Oberly resumed the chairmanship.
A resolution prevailed to refer ul). reso
lutions to the Committee on liesolutious
w ithout debate.
A resolution for theappoiutment ot tho
usual committees was adopted.
At two o'clock the Convention took a
recess until i p. in.
TltOL'ULK IV THE H.VLT1.MOUE
Postmaster Adreon's Clerks Try to Bun
the Offlco and Get Bounced.
Bai.ti.moi:k, Mo.,July 2. There has
been trouble in the Baltimore Tost-oHlce
for three weeks past, and It culminated
yesterday, when two of the sureties for
Colonel Harrison Adreon, the Postmaster,
telegraphed to the Postmaster-General ut
Washington to be released from his
bond. The trouble began with the dis
covery of the defalcation of J. J. (J.
Dougherty, Chief Clerk In tho money or
der department, which was followed one
week later by the discovery that Charles
S. Henimlek, Chief Separating Clerk, had
been for several months earring on a sys
tematic plan of robbing tho mails.
Monday Postmaster Adreon tilled tho
place of the defaulting Dougherty by tho
appointment of Chas. Clark, an outsider,
over the heads of the other Mouey Order
Clerks. This raised u row, and when tho
olllco opened yesterday morning C. J,
Welch aud W. S. King, Second Assist
ant Money Order Clerks refused to go
to work on the ground that their salar
ies wero too low, and that tho new ap
pointee was distasteful to them. Post
master Adreon at once dismissed them,
and himself took charge of tho olllcc,
stud with his Private Secretary Issued
aud paid all money orders thai
day. Welch Is a nephew of Golds
borough S. Grilllih, one of tho
Postmaster's bondsmen, aud King Is ii
relative of Solomon King, another bonds
mun. Kachlson the bond for$10,000i
As soon as they heard of the trouble they1
conjolutly tolegraphod Postmaster Gem
rnM!r'l;t"Mh' tn'11' -he with'
drawn fiom the bond. Mr. Ktuif sahti
"I withdrew becau-u I did not liko the
matiageaii ut of tin: post-olii -o undef
Postmaster Adrwn. My Misplcions were
aroused before the publication of
Dougherty's defalcation, but as I had no
proof, I could Uo nothing."
Tho Postmaster claims that ho can
easily secute new bondsmen. There Is,
however, evidence that an attempt Is to
be made to secure bis removal If possible
before the.close of this administration.
1 K X 1 1 1 K V L VI U A i U I) I V A It X.
A Bltr Brother's Appreciation of Hi Si
ter's Dentist's Work.
Ci.kvki.axi), ()., July 2,-Loulsa A.
Weber, twenty-six years old, a inontK
ago had soma teeth extracted by E. E
Hodges, a dentist with Dr. Ensign
Since the operation her mind has wan;
deied, and among other peculiarities sh4
has conceived the belief that some on
has a mesmeric control of her, and ul
times says Dr. Hodges is the man. She
further hinted that ho had insulted her.
II r elder brother, John, after the siu
nail gone down Monday evening, went t )
Hodges' oilice. Ho found liodges in
and asked him if he had domi
any work lor his sister. Being
answered iu the ailirinatlve, he asked:
"Why did you wrong my sister?"
Interpreting the Doctor's hesitation to
ineau guilt, the brother hit him between
the eyes, and followed It up by othei
blows until the neighbors Interfered.
When again at liberty young Weber reap
peared at tiie ofllcc, but Hodges had gone.
This morning he mado a second trip to
the scene with a revolver in his pocket.
Hodges was still absent aud is said to
have gone to C'hardon where Dr. Ensign
has been stopping for a few weeks." -Dr.
Wilder, the lady's physician say ho
thinks the cause of the trouble ls'feut
Imagination lu tho mind of the brotfcr,
and his oveicoiiildence in the wanderings
of his sister. He clears Dr. Hodges
from more than indiscretion in trying to
overcome his patient's nervousness that
he might prosecute his work.
WKbllKU TO A VILLAIN".
A Severe Shock to the Lovintr Heart ol
a Trusting- Girl.
Piui.ADKi.iiiiA, Pa., July 2. II. C.
Shock, a son of Vice-Adiniral Shock, was
arrested at Chester to-day on a charge of
desertion preferred by his young wife.
Mr. Shock was married secretly In Balti
more in ls75 to Miss Maria Louise Byrue,
daughter of a wealthy retired merchant,
Alio was not apprised of the marriage
or nearly a year. Tho young couple
vere scarcely of age, and their union
vhen discovered was violently opposed
y the parents of 'joth.
A child was born in 1 87, and Mr. Shock
nought his w if e to this city, but did not
he- with her. In ISsij a divorce was
.greed upon, but a reconciliation ensued,
ind for some months they lived together
The young husband's father, dtiru g
his time, it is s lid, refused all eo -T-uuuication
with his sou, aud fearing h i
tuber's death and unfavorable will, t!, ,
oung man persuaded his wife to consent
o a divorce which, he said should be only
unjiorary, as he would remarry her on
lis father's death. Mrs. Shock con
cntcd, and was supported luxuriously at
iidl. y Park while th divorce u:t was
ending. Ik-r huband was with her
vheu the divorce papers were served, and
mder bis direction, she says, she burned
hem without reading them. The divorce
ras granted by default some mouths ago,
nd since then Mrs. Shock is said to have
icard nothing from her husband.
VETOED BY THE l'UE-sIDEXT. :
The F.tz John Porter Bill Comes to
Grief in the White House.
Washington, D. C, July 2. ThcPres
deut has not acted on the Fitz John For-n-r
bill up to three o'clock this after
loon, but is expected to do so late. A
icto is regarded as probable.
The President has vetoed the Fitz John
Here's a Dilemma.
Washington, D. C, July 2. Lieuteut
ant Brown of the Navy has made a report
to the Secretary of the Navy on the pro
gress of tho work on tho Panama Canal in
which ho expresses the belief that the
caual cau not bo completed without aid
from the French Government, which is
not likely to be granted.
National Board of Health.
Washington, D. C, July 3. Tho Sen
ate Committee on Appropriations has in
serted in the sundry civil bill a clause
appropriating 25,000 for tho mainte
nance of the National Board of Health,
and another appropriating $100,000 to bo
expended by the President, at his dis
cretion, for the suppression of epidemic
Casting: Longing Eyes at Canada.
Washington, D. C, July 2. The
House Committee on Foreign Affairs to
day authorized Belmout to report a reso
lution favoring an extonsiou of commer
cial facilities with the different countries
of the American continent, aud indicating
that Congress would look with favor
upon any diplomatic arrangement with
Canada that would extend our commerco
lu that direction.
Wilson Will Stick.
Washington, D. C, July 2. Tho
House Cominitteo on Elections this morn
lug, by a vote of 7 to 3, reconsidered
Its former action, declaring Frederick,
Democratic contestant from the Fifth
Iowa District, In case of Frederick vs.
Wilson, entitled to tho seat In the House.
Of tho live absent members two would
have voted with tho majority and three
with the minority. This disposes of the
case lu committee for this session.
Politics at Washington.
Wahtiinoton, D. C, July 2. As the
time for tho Chicago Convention ap
proaches, speculation among Congress
men as to tho probablo selection of a
standard-bearer for tho Democracy be
comes moro varied, aud the situation,
from a Washington standpoint, may be
said to bo so decidedly mixed that ovory
one appeals to have a candidate of his
own for (tret choice,
Tho Cleveland boom Appears to havo
jnqtpnnslflrrnhlr tinnrA nn.l T?n.lfl,ill :
In the meantime, has been gaining. Mc
Donald aud Sioeum also appear to have
lot supporters during the pa.it week. Iu
IHYAliO STILL HuLDS TIIK CALL,
und his friends claim that ho Is one of
the few men who can carry his party to
success. During tho past few days Til
den and liosecrans have been prominently
mentioned for tlrst and second places,
and the latter has many frleuds who will
urge his selection for lirst place on the
ticket. A number of Senators and mem
bers agree that uo stronger name could bo
presented as a counterpoise to the ticket
which bears on its face tho naiuo of
Logan. It is claimed for liosecraus that
ho would carry the Pacillc Slope, aud
that if any Democrat can carry Ohio he
is tho man. A member of the working
men's organizations to-day exhibited to
a representative of the United Press a
letter from John Kelly, In which that dis
tinguished Democrat spoke lu warm
terms of liosecrans.
Washington, D. C, July
port was received from the Hou
gard to the naval appropriation bill.
Senator Hale moved that the Senate in
sist on Its aiueudmeuts. Motion agreed
to, and the same couferes appointed.
At 11 a. m., on motion of Senator In
galls, the Senate went into executive ses
sion. Among the nominations confirmed
were: Watson C. Sfpiire, of
Washington Territory, to be Gov
ernor of Washington Territory;
Gilbert A. Pierce, of Illinois, to be Gov
ernor of Dakota; lleury S. Neal, of Ohio,
to be Solicitor of tho Treasury. Note
Jas. A. Connelly, of lllluois, heretofore
nominited and continued as Solicitor of
the Treasury, has decliued appointment.
Samuel A. Loesch, of Pennsylvania, to be
Secretary of New Mexico; David P. B.
Pride, of Idaho, to be Secretary of Idaho;
Jesse W. George, of Washington Terri
tory, to be United States Marshal
of Washington Territory; P. Kelly, of
Oregon, to be United States Marshal for
the District of Oregon; A. J. Evans, of
Texas, to be United States Attorney for
me, western District ol Texas.
The following postmasters were cou
li rmed: D. P. Stitupson, Swampscott,
Mass.; K. i). Brauus, Tracy, Miun.; II.
O. Basford, Austin, Minn. ; Geo. B.
Miller, Astoria, 111., aud Jas. P. Tyuer,
The doors were reopened at 11 :30.
Mr. Van Wyck offered a resolution
which was placed on the calendar, pro
hibiting the Secretary of the Interior
from taking further steps to coniirm, cer
tify or patent any lands grauted to any
person or corporation until after tho ad
journment of the Forty-eighth Congress.
Alter the transaction ol routine bus
iness, the sundry civil appropriation bill
was taken up.
Mr. Garland reported favorably, with
amendments from the Judiciary Commit
tee, a bill relating to taxation of Pacillc
Mr. Henley (of California) reported a
bill declaring forfeited the lands granted
to aid In the construction of the railroad
from Portland, Ore., to the Central Fa
ciiic Kailioad. Placed on the calendar.
After unimportant buiuess tho House
resumed the consideration of the fortifica
tion bill, aud at ouco proceeded to vote
on the adoption of the substitute re
ported by the minority of the committee.
Substitute adopted; yeas, 150; nays, 111.
The bill then passed; yeas, U5; nays, 4'!.
The regular order demanded, and the
During the morning hour uo bills of
general interest wero reported.
HE WANTED HIS MONEY,
And, Threatening to Shoot the Man Who
Robbed Him, Was Locked Up.
Monmouth, III., July 2. 11. R.
Thompson was arrested yesterday
charged with threatening the lifo of
13. T. O. Hubbard, ex-Cashier of the
defunct First National Bank. Thomp
son left about 814,000 with Hubbard
for investment, and holds his receipt for
it; but the cash has evidently goue
with the vanished bank funds.
Thompson is a paralytic and has
been hobbling around here for
several weeks making frequent' calls at
Hubbard's rcsideuce, and has been prac
ticing with his revolver, prepariug to kill
Hubbard if he didn't refund the mouey.
Thompson was bound over to keep the
peace in the sum of 8500, In default of
which he was taken to jail. He did not
attempt to give bail, but said ho wanted
to be locked up to show the peoplo they
were mean enough to rob him aud then
imprison him for attempting to recover
This Settles It.
New Yokk, July 2. A special dispatch
fromCiuclunati to tho Evening Punt says
Governor Hoadly, who Is just home from
the East, had au interview In New York
with Tilden and asked:
"If tho Chicago Convention nominates
you by acclamation would you not accept
uuder such circumstances?"
Tilden said: "No, Governor, I can
not accept. I would reiterate what I
have already said, that I can not aud will
not accept uuder any circumstances."
The New York Times to Oppose Blaine.
Nkw Yokk, July 2. Geo. Jones, of the
New York Times, in an Interview to-day
stated that ho expected to sail for Europe
to-morrow aud be absent about two
mouths, aud that during his absence his
paper would be couductcd as an unti
"Should Cleveland obtain tho Demo
cratic nomination," says Mr. Jones, "my
paper will support him, as I regard him
us a good candidate, and it is my tlrui be
lief that he will be elected."
Continuing, Jones said ho was person
ally on good terms with Tildeu, and knew
that ho would not accept tho nomination
if it was tendered unanimously,
Lexington, Ky., July 2. While tho
regular freight tralu on tho Kentucky
Central was waiting at Cunningham Sta
tion at 9 p. m. yesterday for the passen
ger train, a stock train telescoped with
it. Tho cars were badly wrecked. Mr.
Gilliam, aged sixty, of Berea, Ky., was
killed outright, being horribly mangled
and crushed. Ills granddaughter, Mrs.
Mollio Hastings, was with him on tho
way to Lexington to see her husband, to
whom sho had been married oly one
month. Sho was frightfully wounded,'
and died iu an hour and a halt after tho
Madrid, July 2. Tho Senate passed by
a uuaniiuous vote to-day a motion pro
posed by Senator Rivera, liepublican, to
tho effect that "The Senate has heard
with feelings of pain the articles of the
New York World, as read by Senator
Gucll, announcing that the Spanish Gov
ernment was negotiating for the sale of
Cuba, and protests with indiguatiou
against any project havlu'' iu view the
separation of Cuba from Spain. Tho
Government Is prepared to make any
sacrifice rather thau glvo up Cuba."
M. TLSSOT DKAD.
Pauis, July 2. M. Tissot, formerly
French Ambassador to Great Britain, is
Pauls, July 2. The French Govern
ment has demanded live hundred million
francs indemnity from China for alleged
violation of the Tien Tseu treaty. Tho
claim is based on the recent attack outhe
French troops at Lang Son by the Chinese
garrison at that place, in which a num
ber of French troops were killed aud
PUTTING CItOWNKD HEADS TOGETHER.
London, July 2. It is currently re
ported that a meeting lias been arranged
to take place at Dautzic short y between
Emperor William aud the Czar of liussia.
Fire at Far Kockaway.
Biiooki.yn, N. Y., July 2. The Neptune
House, Far Iiockaway, L. I., was de
stroyed by lire at eleven o'clock this
morning. The hotel was owned by J. II.
Baceher and leased by the Brooklyn Fur
niture Company. No fatalities reported.
Loss, ? 10,000.
New Yokk, July 2. Referee Cole de
cided to-day in tho case of A. Ii. Thomp
son vs. Grant & Ward to recover fifty
shares of stock now in the possession of
the receiver of Grant & Ward, that
Thompson was entitled to the llfty shares
of stock as they were simply deposited
there aud did not form auy part of the
assets of tho firm.
Fr.r.Mi .ST, O., July 2. The Democratic
Judicial Convention of the Sixth District
was held iu this city to-day. Judges D.
II. Commager and K. C. Lemmons, of
Toledo, were renominated by acclama
tion MAKKKT UUl'OKTS.
Grain and Provisions.
( ottos Steady; m'ddiinir. IOYftMiR.
Flock Steady: XXX to choice, fcUVil.M;
Wio.at- st. aly; No. 2 Ited, W'ifl.OO;
HO. ii iteii. inie.
Colts--Firmer: No. 2 mixed, 4S'4c; No. 2
wniie mi.vcu. i,tP-)i',e.
Oats Lower: No. !i. 27VWSo.
Hvu Nominal; No. 5!e.
ToiiACOi-Firni; luirs common to choice,
f."i.?jIU.00; leaf; common reil leaf, td.UOj
lU.no: medium to jroort l-'.i"l17. 50.
Hav Pi-airio s.vfrliui fpr nrimo to
choice: clover niiveil. f" AI0 Tor common 10
prime: tmiottiy, tlu.uolo.uu for prime, to "gilt
Hcttkii Firmer: enolceto fancy ereamery
W'lVaic: dairy, choice to laticy, tiiJlTc; low
Eotis Finn, at 10c for strictly fresh.
Potatoes Steady at fiOuiioc per biclicl.
PniiK Nominal: siundard mess. HI.7Kii,15.Ub.
Laku Nominal; pi-line steam. illiC.
liACo.N Louirs, s,'!iS?,uj bliorts, S(&9c;
clear ribs, SSVie.
Wool Tuti-washed. choice, 3ie: fair,
2cC.'1c; ilintry and low SiWcn. Unwashed
Clioico medium. L'Pie; (rood average medium
l'.!ftle: selected light fltii? 17'41'Je; (rood av
einire, li",l7o; heavy Ukluu; combing, i
Diond, iiXifclic: combine, low grades, I5j,l-c.
Hides uuiet: dry Hint, Pic: damnced,
l.'lc: nuns or stairs. We: dry salted,
lc: dry Halted, damaifed. lnc: kin and
calf, silted. f,c; uuinai-'ed, '4c: tmi.s and
siatfS, 6c; green, uueured, "(2c; dauiaifed,
StiKKP Pelts Steady; moon, 70tt,S0e; dry
do, 40 -70e., ns to amount and iiualityof wool;
(rieeii shearling's, lie; dry do, Italic; lamb
Wiikat Firmer: July. M'ie; August, Si'o;
September, si'sc; October, K'iv.
Colts llinlier; July. 51'jc: August, fk!e;
September, SI'je; October, iW'ic; yiar, 45e;
oats Firmer: July, '".cie; August, '''ic;
September, i'B: year, 25 '.o.
I'oiiK Stronger; July, fl'J.'iJ; Au.'U-d,
fHUm; (H'ptcmlicr, $17.5.1.
Laud Miirlier: July, 7.:tl1,; August,
7.47 ' i : Septemb'-r, ?7.7'i.
Mioict Itms-.hily, t7.7; August, $7.S0;
Wmi-.at Firmer: No. 2 Bed. July, Kc;
August, !)7'-e; September, UU'e; Oetolier,
CoitN Hiifher; July. 5Sc; August, bV'ici
September, tlicjc; October. i2'e.
Oats - Higher: July, avjc: August, iilVi
September, ;lJ4e; October, ffl'e.
I'ltovisioNs I'ork Dull; spot mess, fl'1.23.
Laid Firmer; steum, July, $7.53.
Live Stock Markets.
Hues Receipts, l:t.iAI head: prices
about 5e liiidier; light, f I.O.Kiia.25; rough
packing, f 1.h.Vi".15; heavy packing and
C'atti.k Heeelpts, fl.POO head; firmer: ex
ports, fil.4Hx(il.7i; good to clioleo shipping,
JiUiKiirt.iO: common to fair, .1.m xti.i n .
Siikli' Heceipts 1,510 head; stonily; com
mon to fair, fJ.iiiiLUiJ; good to choice, fbuo
Catti.f Mittket active innl firm : Indiana
Rtecisof from l.ntm t l,2im Us iiv., f.'UV'ti.TS;
l.LKito 1,'VV lbs itv.. fil.iV'Ml.ni Mis oiirl steers
l.OnO to 1,10-1 Ib-i. iiv , .kfttt.l'i; Ohio s:eer
Lin to l,:mo lbs. it v.. f."i.4.Vii,ii.jo; fair to gond
native emvs, ticil.5ii.
SIIKKI' AND I.AMII hull: HIP Mil III to good
sheep, f4 2.V0.4.7B; choice to extra, $.V.55.i;
good to cho eo lambs, 5.5il'-ui.lNi.
Hons- Demand fair; medium to fair York
ers, i5.-tK(Si.;iu; butchers' grades, f j.;i.v i5. w.
Cattlr Iteeelpts, I.4IK); slifpping good
and steady; common quiet; native su-ers of
1,20) to I.5W) lbs. ."i.tlV.t.2U: do. H.50 to 1,100
lbs f l.7.V'V".2"; others unchanged.
Hoos-lteeel Is, 7,'Wil; light wea o r; luyavy
tlrniei-; of l"."! to .'ic5 lbs. average, tt.'.lKtio;
SiiKEl' Keeelpts, 825; quiet; natives of
SO to Co lbs. averago S2.S0,
Money and Stock Market.
Nkw Yokk. July 2. Moneys per cent.; Ex
rlamro quiet at 4.sa to 4.si; (Joveruments
eDadv: currency tt's, 12!l bid; 4's coupons,
I IS1, bid; 44's. do, HIS bid. A strong
tone i lianlctei-l.eil tin- dealings on the Stock
K.xclinngo this inoin ng, but business was
done only ona llmite I 8 ilo, and tho strength
of some prices eeiued to bj due more to ma
nipulation tha i uny "tlier caii-e. From the
opening price of lending Ktoeks bid stead
ily up, ami tho bulls opt eared to have,
tho nmltoi 8 a I their own way. The sfeinly
ndvitix e caused tho bears to be njrti t und
in their ventuios, while some of inon short
waisted nisl.ed to cover. At noon the al
vanco rauiMl '''he advance brought
out some mles to realize In the hour from
twelve to one, which caused a reduction of !4
ffl. At the time of writing the markirl ii
itgln "tromr iiihI tending up.
b hRlfAr f reM ED I
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
lumbago. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
More Hi rout. Nnrlllnga. Npralna, Hralaa,
Kuril, ttcalila. I'roal lille.
i"ID l,l. Ol II VK Hullll.Y FIV 1)11 M'HBS.
S1J b, UruguM ai,.l bealeri tv.rvwhr. fifty CtBM a bttUa.
I'irKtlou. in 11 taoitiiiiit-a.
TIIEt II Altl.F.M A. VOVELfRCO.
laauwanwa. vuuktkHaou, Bnior,d., C.i.
AND BLOOD DISEASES.
PHYSICIANS ENDORSE IT HEARTILY.
"Kidney-Wort 1 the moat auooesafal remedy
I over lined." Dr. P. O. Ballou, Monkton, Vt,
"Kidney-Wort ia always reliable."
Dr. E. N. Clark, 8o. Hero, Vt.
"Kidney. Wort baa cured my w Ue after two years
autTcriag." Dr. C. M. SummerUn, Bun win, Ga,
IM THOUSANDS OF CASES
It has cured where all cine had fatted. It 1 mild,
butefflcicnt, EKT AJN IN ITS ACTION, but
harm Idea in all caeca.
1 7lt eleanxea the Mood and Strenthena aad
artvea New Lire to all the Important organ of
the body. The natural action of tho Kidneys la
restored. Tho Liver is elcanaed of all diaeaae,
and the Bowels move Crooly and healthfUUy,
In this way the wont dueoaes axe eradicated
from tho lystsm. .
pairs, noo UQtTD oa dbt, solo bi dbcsgosts.
Dry can be sent by mall.
WELLS, RICIIAKDSO.f &CO.BorUngtsa Tt
ATCEHTION, SMOKERS 1
AU crnttttiU for tho 25 premiums agcrroeat
ing aliove amount, offered ly blaekwell'a Dur
ham Tol-ncco Co., must observe the followlnn
conditions on which tho premiums are to bo
awarded: All bags must bear our original
Bull burli'iin label, TJ. 8. Revenue Stamp, and
Canticu Notice. The bags nmt be done up
ecun-ly in a juickage with namo and address
of sender and number of bugs contained plain
ly marked mi the outride. Charges must bo
prepaid. Cii'iLstclnsnNin-mhrrMh. Allpack
aites shonid he forwarded December 1st, and
must reach us at Durham not nfcr than Decern
6T i:tfi. No matter where you reside, cnd
Sour pai'ktL'o, advise iu by mail that you havo
one so, and state the number of bags cnt.
Names of successful contestants, with number
Of bags returned, will be published, Pee. 2 in
Huston. Il-ralit: New York, Hernht; l'hibidel
phia, Timm: Durham, N. ('., Tnbneeo llant;
New Orleans, Ttma-Iiemnrrat: Cincinnati, .i-gin'rrr,-
chieai'o, Dai.'y Kctus; San Francisco,
liLACKWELt.'S DUItnAU TOBACCO CO.,
Durham, N. C.
Fvcry genuine package has ptcture of Bull.
j-See our next nnouncenienL
To tin) neeili of the tourist, com Tierclul traveler
arid new n-itier, llnstetler Stiimarlt Bitters 1
peculiurly adupted, aitico It ttrergtn n tneuige
tive organs, and hracr thi physic-si energle to
iiuheallliliil ii iluem-i s. U Miiove and prevente
malarial fever. coie-tiialioii. ilyi-persia, healthfully
stimuliitt-s tlm kidneys and bladder, ana enriches
as well as pari tie the hleotl. When overcome by
fatteue. whether mental orphyslcal, the weary and
ilebilitHted tin d it a rebate eource of renewed
strength an I remfort
For tale by all dra.gist and dealer cenerally.
Thla rorous planter In
atMol ut, ly A (xt eer
mmit1, combining thu
rlrtuea ef hoM with
Tunis, bftlianis and ex-1
tract Its power U wonderful In curing dlseaaea whetw
otaer piasu-n nnqny nnere, I'rlek in the Back aud
N.t-k, I'uin In tho Si lo or Liaiba, Btia Juluta and Musclt-f,
Klilmy Trouble,, lUieumatum, Neuralsla, Sore Cheat,
Affections of tho Heart and Liver, andallpaiua or ache.
) ircuiuiiiamiy uy tne Uop flatter, j"Trf
iv. i-rice cent, or me for SLuo.
Mailed on receipt of price. Sold by
aU Unionists and country (torch
Jiop rtiuter Com pan y, t
Proprietors, Boston, !!.
I irt'orconslimtUin. loss if aimtnoanddiwasuf tb
Viwels take HawleT's Stomach and MrerPIIK tsecnts,'
iiarn, iruiuaiuiw SMa
and (ailur. lo twrform lijte
diillr. properly are caused by
.ic.ml mir of youth, etc.,
will ttnil a Iwrfect and lMlin
rv.lomlionfo robaat health
ml minhiMd tn
THE MARSTON BOLUS.
V" , i. ......... -K ilmadiiia n...
I Nervoii. Iiebllll and
triCfMflll tlOCanSO ! on wnnt. uiiwiin.,
netrHnrt irrr method, and ldnt thwr.
uuirhnex. rnll information aud TrvatiM tree.
Adareal'onullin Phjaician of ' 1
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 4$ W.Mth $t, WrwYtrth