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Castern nd Mlddla States. Pcmjo. funernln In cnea of rontngions dis eases are now prohibited in Boston. DipjrrnEBtA prevails to nucli an extent n Pliilndclpliin thnt it hits nlmwt become epi demic, and the bonrd of lienltli lias taken steps to contract the contagion. Tnn joint Congressional committee np. pointed for the pnrposo of inquiring a to a remedy for the depressed condition of the American sliip-bnildiiig and carrying trades has been holding pensions in New York and taking testimony. A disastrous accident occurred tho other evening at a new air shaft of tho Oxford colliery, Rcrcnton, Va., caused by the giving way of a largt platform, upon which an im mense quantity of ice had accumulated. The ice went crashing to the bottom of the shaft, a disfanco of Viii feet, where a mini ber of sinkers were at work. Two men, named Hopkins Hughes and l'atvick Koch fort, were instantly killed, and James Itoherts, aViiliam Hayes, and Thomas Wulkiii"", the contractor, wore probably fatally injured. A club exclusively in tho interests of au thor has been started in New York. A larqe number of prominent citizens were present at tho funeral services of Thur jow Weed in New York. The pall-bcarcra were General James AVatson Webb, ex-Oov-crnor Edwin D. Morgan, Hamilton Fish, Frederick W. Seward, Charles O'Conor, Xmno Dell, Alfred Van Santvoord, James C. Dowen, John McKoon aud John H. Vau Antwerp, of Albany. A storm did great damage to properly in HiifTalo, N. Y., and to shipping in Lake Erie. Three vessels and three floating elevators were wrecked at Buffalo. TnB official figures in Connecticut give T. M. Waller (Democrat) for governor n majority over all of 2,iRl. General Frank D. Sloat (Republican) is elected comptroller ty a majority of GSl. CoiurLETKD official returns from every county in New York give the total vote for governor as 8.0,1!)", of which Cleveland (Democrat) received fi:V,UiO; Folger (Repub lican), 341,311; Howe (Greenback) 11,724, and Hopkins (Prohibition) 25,777. Cleve land's majority is 103,825. Tho total voto for President in 1880 was 1,103,!U5. JIks. Ruddy tried to enter her burning house in Providence, Pa., to save $200 in gold, rmd was burned to death. Three of her chi'drcu were burned also, one fatally. Fits persons were whipped the other day at Newcastle, Del. Three of them, convicted of larceny, wore given ten lashes each, and Robert Lynn and Henry Magru Jer, for high way robbery, forty lashes each. An explosion of oil tanks at the works of the Standard Oil company, on Newtown creek, Long Island, opposite Now York, wa, followed by a fire which partially destroyed the company's property, a bark and a barge filled with oil and adjoining buildings, cann ing an estimated loss of $W0,OW). Two sailors who jumped into Newtown creek to escape the flames were reported missing. Boutn ana west In consequence of the recent fall in price for iron and steed products it reported, by way of Chicago, that several prominent Western mills will be shut down. Alaiiama's voto for governor war, accord ing to the official account, O'Neal, Demo crat, 100,501, aud Sheffield, Independent, 4ij,3S0. OmciAL returns give the following as the vote in Indiana: Hawn, Republican, 210,234; Myers, Democrat, 220,018; Leonard, Green back, 18,520; Myer's plurality, 10,0S1. Con gress: Kleiner, Democrat, 1,G43 plurality; Cobb, Democrat, 3,001 majority! Stocks Inger, Democrat, 4,5S5 plurality; Holman, Democrat, 3,49-4 plurality; Matson, Demo crat, 3,552 majority; Browne, Republican, 7,313 plurality; Peclle, Republican, 87 plu rality; Lamb, Democrat, 2.7 plurality; Ward, Democrat, 875 plurality; Wood, Democrat, 1,014 plurality; Steele, Republican, 333 plu rality; Lowry, Democrat, 8,303 plurality. Calkins, Republican, 301 plurality. Mb. William A. RrssrxL, a merchant in Deistcrstown, Md., was shot dead by one of two burglars who had broken into his store. A Boii.EO explosion on a plantation in Pointo Coupeo Parish, La., instantly killed the engineer and fatally injured two colored laborers A eitteb railroad war prevails in the Northwest, and passenger and freight rates have been reduced to almost nothing. The fare between Chicago and St. Paul was re duced to twenty-fivo cents, and freight was taken nt any price thnt shippers chose t offer. The Chicago Huilwav Aye reports that 1,008 miles of r.-id were completed in Oc tober, making 0,113 miles in ten months of 182. TnE noted racing sire imported Buckdon is dead. His o xnor, Captain-Cottrell, of Mo bile, had just refused nu offer of $12,000 for him. B. H. Cbapsteb, for ten or twelvo yea:s postmaster nt Shelbyville, Ky., was found dead ina stable on his premises tho other morning with a bullet holo through his head. A pistol was lying by his side, iudicatiu;; that he had committed suicide. A Denveb (Col.) dispatch says that tho mails between thnt city nnd Eastern chio., particularly New York, Buffalo nnd Clove laud, have been systematically robbed, nnd that the losses in drafts, bills of exchange . and postal money orders amount to more than 000,000. These last nre not real losses, bnt Denver banks and business houses have been forced to make their transfers of money through express cennpanios, much to their cost and inconvenience. Two' female servants wero suffocated at the burning of a boarding-house in Indian apolis, Iud. A national labor congress has been in session nt Cleveland, Ohio. A platform wa3 ndopted and the following legislative com mittee for the ensuing year was chosen: Robert Howard, Massachusetts; Gabriel Ed manston, Wasliingtou; Richard Powers, Chicago; Samuel Gomper, New York. N. H. Foster, Cincinnati, was re-elected general seoretnry. A bemabkablc crime was unearthed near Havana, III., by the confession of Tlteodore Gardner that he had murdered his aunt, Mrs. John B. Weller, wife of a wealthy farmer, for whom the murderer was working as a farmhand. Gardner, who is only nine teen years old, oonfossed that he had quar reled with his aunt, and upon her tolling him to leave the place he had choked her to death. Tub St Louis grand jury have ignored the bill against John A. Cockoroll, editor of the Post-Dispatch, for the shooting of Ex- Congressman A. W. Slaybaok, and it is not likely that any further aotion will be taken ;n the matter. A Chioaoo judge has granted Mrs. Scoville, Guiteau's sister, a new trial on the ground that, though possibly insane, she was neither of homicidal or suicidal tendencies, nor Uan gerous to her friend, and therefore not a subject for an asylum. Artec ner nrsi inai Mrs. Sooville fled to Canada, where she has been lecturing. A hboh wholesale Chicago boot and shoe house has been robbed of nbout 110,000 dur lng the past ton months by some of its trav eling salesmen in collusion with others of ita most trusted employes. Tnnn sailors belonging to tha schoonor Collingwood, wrecked in Lake Michigan, wore picked np by n steamer while clingiiif to a piece of wreckage on which they had floated for thirty-ono hours. Tho captain had boon drowned and the stoward frozen to death. From Washington Cat-tun At.vurn Hoi-kins, heretofore com mandant of the. lVnsacoln (Ma.) navy yard, has been dismissed from the service for.do sertioii of his post of duty during the yellow fever panic. Di'liiNO the pnst fiscal year there wero In. specled M17 Amcrlean vessels nnd 20,407 oilU'tirs licensed an Increase over tho sta tistics of last year of Kit vessels and 2,001 olll coin. Tho receipts of tho department voio -'70,S8O.!)O nnd tho expenditures J 227,fd B.03, leaving n balance of receipts of $52,273.07, During the year 205 lives were lost in forty, one accidents, as follows: Fifteen deaths in lifty-lhiee explosions, seven deaths in sixty tlies, sixteen deaths in thirty-four collisions and sixty-one do iths by accidents from other causes. Of the lives lost but fifty-six were those of passengers. Coiimismionhh LoniNfi, in his annual re port, estimates the yield of grain in 182 as follows; Corn, l.ft'.OOO.O'.Ki bushels; whent, 410,000,000 bushel; oats, 470,000,000 bushels; bnrloy, 45,000,000 bushels; ryo, 21r,(XX),00.) bushels; buckwheat, 12,1X10,000 bushels. A census bulletin, just issued, embraces a table of statistics of manufactures in tho United States, showing the capital invested, tho number of hands employed, the amount of wages paid, the valno of materials used, and tho value of products, for nil the estab lishments of manufacturing industry, gas ex cepted, in each of the Stntes and Territories, ns returned at tho census of 1880. Tho fol lowing nre the totals: Number of establish ments, 253,840; capital, $2,700,223,500; aver age number of hands employed men above sixteen years, 2,025,270; women above fifteen years, 631,753; childron and youths, 181,918; total amount paid in wages during tho year, $017,010,074; value of materials, $3,304,310, 020; valuo of products, $5,3C3,CC7,70G. Pbusident Amriua has cut off the official heads of several prominent officeholders nt one swoop. Those removed nre Charlos E. Henry, marshal of the District of Columbia: D. B. Aingcr, postmaster of the District of Columbia; Myron M. Parker, assistant post master, M. D. Helm, foreman in the gov ernment printing office, in charge of the Congressional Ifemrii, nnd manager of the afternoon newspaper- organ of Thomas J. Brady, of star route notoriety, and ex-Senator George E. Speuccrgoverument direc tor of tho Union Pacific railroad. Action was taken by the President in respouso to a letter sent to him by Mr. George Bliss, gov ernment counsel, and a report made by At torney-General Brewster upon the subject of that letter. The attorney-general's report was read at a cabinet meeting and approved by every member. Tho cliir,'0 ajjmnst all these officials was that they had interfered with the administration of justico nndr.ided the defendants in the star routo cases. A national lair to obtain fauds for a monument to the late President Garfield was formally opened in the rotunda of the capi- tol by President Arthur. The general of the army, the members of the cabinet and judges of the supreme court were present, and every inch of space was densely crowded. "Dr. C. C. Cox, who h is successively bee:i lieutouant-govornor of Marylnnd, coinmis sioner of pensions, president of tho District of Columbia board of health, nnd commis sioner to tho Australian exposition, died the other night. Foreisn News, Decorations to officers nnd soldiers who distinguished themselves in the Egyptian war, to tho number of 370, were presented by Queen Victoria. The Earl of Hnrrowby and his brother, Hon. Frederick Dudley Ryder, both died on the snmo day in England. Tho former was born in 1708 and tho latter in 1800. In the Joyco murder trial nt Dublin Mi chael Casey withdrew his plea of not guilty, and counsel for the other four prisoners also pleaded guilty, making an appeal for mercy. The judge then sentenced them to be hanged. Mn. William W. Astob, the new American minister, presented his credentials to King Humbert at Rome. Fob their services in tho Egyptian war Ad miral Seymour and General Wolseley have been gazetted peers. The British steamship Wearmouth was wrecked on one of tho Magdalen islands, and of the twenty men oa board eixtceu lost their lives. Canada cluims f 1,000,000 from the United States for wrongfully charging twenty per cent, duty on hay when tho proper duty was only ton per cent. Eleotio lights have been largely introduced Into the prominent establishments in Japan. The Prince of Wales asked that the se:i i jnco of ten years' penal servitude passed on v.'illiam Biookshaw, tho writer of a letter hrcatening his life, be reduced. Tub captain of a steamer which has ar rived at Sunderland, England, reports that off the coast of Norfolk his vessel passe 1 a large raft to which three or four corpses wero ashed. TnE death is announced from the Western coast of Africa of King Omoru. He leaves 700 widows. Of his ninety-five children, seventy-seven are still alivo. His oldest son has 400 wives. The Dublin United Ireland says Mr. Dil lon will go to America soon to make a length ened sojourn with Ids brother in Colorado. He insists upon resigning bis seat in the house of commons. Seven workmen were killed aud several others injured by tho fall of a railway bridge near London. Tho men were under the bridge oating their breakfast when the struct ure fell. William Richabdb, under sentonce of death at Sweetsburg, CJuebeo, committed suicide by cutting his throat on the morning that he was to be hanged. WiDEsrBEAD distress, through want of em ployment on farms and failure of the potato crop, is feared this winter in Ireland. The cashier of a Paris financial institution has absconded with a large amount of its funds. Heavi rains in Germany resulted in floods along the Rhine and consequent damage to property. The Bishop of Ayacueho, Peru, while at tempting recently to quell a rist at Uuanta, was shot by the rioters. Bi the telescoping of a tendor and a Pull man palace car on the Intercolonial railroad, New Drunswick, three men were killed and others injured. Thbei detectives were watching a party of men suspected of being Fenians, in Dublin, when they were fired uion, and one of the officers, named Cox, was instantly killed. The man who fired the shot was fatally wounded by a detective, and two other uion were arrested. An Eventful Political Career. The death of tho need politician and jour nalist, Thnrlow Weed, nt his home in Now York, removed from life a man who took a lending part for many years in the struggle for power among political parties in this country. Mr. Weed was born at Cairo N. Y., November 1ft, 1707, his father being of New (uiglaml origin, while bis mother was an English woman. At nine years of age young Weed was employed on a Harlem river craft plying between Oatskill nnd New York. The next yenrhe entered a printing office nt Cats kill. Removing to CinclnnatUSt N. Y.( the following year, with his parents, he remained with them several years, helping to support tho family. In 1811 he ngnin entered a print ing otllce that of the Lynai, ht Onondnga Hollow. The pnper died after n yenr's exist ence, mid Wood tlie.il worked it while in a cannon ball foundry nt Syracuse. Return ing to the nriiilinu office, ho mibHshcd for a short timo a lutwnpnpor nt Mnnlius, and, the iM-iumu wnr wnu vii-eill. iH'UUin lieillg ill progress, then enlisted in the State militia for service on tho northern frontier. Whon heentered tholiorvico ho was nt work in the office of tho Herkimor American. During his short-lived servico in tho nrmy he was promoted to tho position of quartermnstor orgeant. Going to Cooperstown Mr. Weed worked there some timo, nnd then wont to Now York nnd found employment in n print ing office. While working tn tho metropolis ho went to Albany on behalf of the New York Typographical socioty.whichwasnt that time (1810) applying for a charter. InlHIdho began nt Norwich, Chcnnnpo county, tho publication of nn agricultural and general newspaper, the columns of which irnvo promise of his later success in n wider field of journalism. Soon after he dis posed of hfs paper nnd removed to Roches ter. There after a titno ho purchased the Telegraph newspaper nnd conducted it in the interests of lo Witt Clinton. Thenceforward ho roso rapidly in political promineuco nnd lower, lie was elected to the Stato nsscm ily in 1820-7, nnd lend in tho nnti-Masouic movement of those days. In 1883 Mr. Weed changed the nnme of his paper to theliifi Masonic Knquirer. In 1830 ho settled nt Al bany, nnd commenced the publication of the Krcuiny Journal, nn nnti-Jackson Whig paper, which wns mndo the organ of the party, nnd nlso of the State government when that party came into power. Tho election of Governor Seward in 1838 nnd 18 !0 was due largely to his mnnagemout, nnd from that timo forwnrd he was recog. ni.e.l ns tho leader of the Whig party. Tho election of General Harrison threw into his hands n large patronage of executive nimoint. ments, which he used solely for tho benefit or te.o party, declining to accept nny posi tion himself. At this period ho refused a cabinet position among other hiuh offices. He threw his great influence with success for the nomination and election of General lay lor in 1X18, but roceivod a crushing defeat in tho Scott enmpnign in 1852. William 11. Seward was his favorite for the Presidential. nomination m 1M.0, but ho gave hearty sup port to Lincoln during the cnmimiiin In November, 1801, he visited Europe nt tlio personal request or I'resulent .Lincoln as one of threo commissioners sent abroad on behalf of tho Federal government. Of late years ho had taken no nclivo part eithc in politics or journalism, but in his day his capacity ns a campaign manager was im equaled. Never an orator, ho was tho power behind the throne, nnd directed the move ment of the pieces on the political chess' board, iho election ot ljemtt Ulmtoii as governor of New York was accredited in n great measure to Ins tactics. IIo settled down in ft lorlt city in 1N, and after a short connection with tho Commercial Ad vertiser and tho Times, lmally retired from nc. lve journalism m 1X1)8, nltliongh occasion nil v publishing articles over his own signa tare. His house was the Mecca at every campaign of political pilgrims from nil parts of the Union. For some time back ho had been confined to the house, his chief nil meat beiiiL' feebleness from old ago and a lack of p.o.'imilation of food from weakness of his digestive organs. Annual Report oftlie Comptroller or the Currency. The nnnunl report of the comptroller of the currency contains the following table, which shows by geographical divisions tho number of private bankers in tiie United States, with the aggregate amount of tlu-i capital, deposits, for tlio six months ended May 31, 18.-2, nnd for the previous year : Geographical No. of divisions. banks. Capital. Deposits. New England. States 104 $7,130,1011 l,417,7i2 Iti. 11.3.7ii5 113.070.Tiy Middle Stntes. 1,01 4 South'n States 203 West'n States & Teiritories.1,080 0,300,701 10,081,01 38,552,230 153,M3,(il i United States. 3,301 Sf'J14,2.",802 2!)5,022,p;0 Three national banks have been placed in the hands of receivers during the year ending -Novemuer 1, lv-2, namely, the .Mechanics National bank of Newark. N. J., on Novein ber 2, 1881; the Pacific National bank of Boston on May 22. 12, and the First Na tional bank of Buffalo on April 22, 18.-2. Sinco the commencement of tho national banking system eighty-seven banks have been placed in the hands of receivers, nnd 420 banks have voluntarily closed their busi ness by the -otes of shareholders owning two-thirds of their stock. Of tiio banks placed. in voluntary liquidation Py their stockholders reveu failed to pay their depositors, and in these cases receivers were appointed by tho comptroller io wind in their nllmrs. Of the eighty-seven banks placed in tlio hands or receivers, lilty-one have been nnnlly closed, leaving tlurty-six still in process of settlement. Iho loss to creditors of these banks during tho nearly twenty yearsiltat have elapsojinco tlio pass nge of the national banking net, a3ienr: can be estimated, has been nbout S7.000, (CX). The averago annual loss has been therefore, about 100,000 in the business o corporations having an average cnpUnl of about $150,000,000, and which have been re sponsible for the safe keeping of deposits in their hands nveraging constantly over 000,000, or about one-tweutietli of one pe cent, of annual loss to depositors. The total amount paid to creditors of insolvent nn tiomu uauiis is k20.M;,oi.,u upon i, roved claims amounting to !?2J,.iMvmiN Iho divi dends so tar paid thus equal nbout seventy per cent, of the proved claims, ihirty-two hanks having paid the claims against them in full. Assessments r.ir.o tilting to 8, (!,- 0 have been mndo upon the stockholders of insolvent national banks lor the purpose of enforcing their individual liability under section 5,151 of the revised st itut 'S, of which nbout t,200,t00 have been collected, und j-534,08'.i.7u during tho past year. Hailstorm, and Forest?. A curious observation ' regarding liiiilsturms lias lately been brought be fore tho Swiss geographical societies at Geneva by Ilerr Kiiiiker, the chief forester of Canton Aargau. He main tains that hailstorms do not occur where there are forests, and instances the case of a small chain of mountains in the south of Aargau known its the Lindenberge, which are normally com pletely covered with trees. About twenty years ago the forest was divided in two places by wide gaps, and im mediately afterward the valleys wero visited by frequent hailstorms. Tour teen years ago the larger of these two open spaces was planted with first since which time tho hailstorms have entirely ceased. Ilerr liiniker is in clined to attribute tho phenomenon to electric action, suggesting that the hail and trees being charged with op posite kinds of electricity, their union gives rise to sufficient heat to prevent congelation of watery particles. If his deductions should be confirmed by further observation, we shall be able to add one more reason to the many which already exist why forests should to some extent be lelt as nature de signed them. Chambers' Journal, The growth of the peach business has made necessary the making of peach baskets by machinery, which has now become an important Indus try. Formerly they were made by hand at a cost of twenty-five or thirty cents apiece; now they are manufac ture.! at from G to $8 a hundred. The worst kind of forgery i false notes by a singer. A Canadian Romance. Here Is auita a nrettv Canadian romance, told by the Montreal Star. It is not every man who under like cir- cum-tances would have wedded the sweetheart of thirty-six years ago: Thirty-six ago there lived in that pleasant little town down the river called sorel very Utile it was then a youth and ft maiden. The name of the youth wits George lleaupre the name ot the maiden Mary Ann rearce; They belonged to families of moderate ireumstances. He, with the strength and devotion of honest young man hood, loved this maiden, and wooed her with that earnestness which only such a lover can. lie was given every encouragement, was, some sayactually accepted, was congratulating lumscii, at least on the smooth coursing of true love, when suddenly a rival appeared, md everything for him turned black. The rival was one. Jacob Savage, of the same town. Pretty soon she and Savage Were married atld settled down n the place, and then young jicaupre s hope died out. He tried to work on as before, but could not." He closed up his business, settled up his af fairs and startod for the far West, toward which so many adventurous liirits were about that time shaping their course, From that day t" within it few weeks aco he had not set foot in this part of Canada, lie had worked liarl, saved caretuuy, prospered and laid up property worth at h ast $200,0(10. lie had never mar led. IIo wiw getting up toward sixty years of ago. Several weeks ago he took an idea to comeback once more to see his friends, and he started East. lie searched ou; relatives m Sorel and Montreal, but" found few that he re membered. He inquired for the wo. man who, as a girl, had so many years belore thrown him overboard lor rival. They told hiin she was wid owed, her husband had been dead iiiiny years, she had been living sev eral years in Montreal, went to call upon her, met Iter, and then. He lound her gettini old, in poor circum stances, with several children, but that made no difference; he saw only the gill of thirty-sis years before. On Saturday thev were married by his lordship I'.ishop Fabre, the wealthy bridegroom beig content with no other dignitary than tho highest in that part ot tl s country. lie has Ik stowed all the happiness that wealth and affection can upon his bride and her children, and in a short time they will go to his home in the Ulack Hills. It is not half so much what we do lor another its what we enable him to do for himself that is of value to him. Instead of giving money to the poor, if we put them in the way of earning it ; instead ol cramming the pupil Willi information, if we induce him to seek it himself ; instead of legislating upon the amusements and habits of people, if we lead them to control them for themselves according to their needs instead of insisting that they should follow our path, if we aid them to carve out a path for themselves, we shall have done them incalculably more service. inest. i-iotns uivbC'livmoorat savs Mr. Chark'9 I'eis, Xo. 1011 Second I 'arondclet avenue, this city, was cur by St. Jacobs (J. 1 alter sixteen years suflering with rheumatism. M. AV. Harris, of Terry, Ga., has some Egyptian cotton growing on his pliice which is ten feet high. The Eoston I! lube brings this item: Charles S. Strickland, Esq., this city, was cured of rhucmatismby St. Jacobs Oil. A philosopher pays: "This world belong to the energetic." Thank you; but how can we get possession of it? t rucr Axle (.reuse. One greasing lasts two weeks; all others two or three days. Jo not bo imposed on by the humbug stuffs offered. AskyourdealerforFr,'. zer's. wilh label on. Saves your horse hlbur and yon too. It received lirr.t medal at the Centcn uial and Paris Kxporitiojis. Sold every where. Carbolinc, anaturnlhairres oreranddre.-s mg, ns now improved nnd perfected, is pro noanced by competent authority to be the hc-.-i article evtr invented to restore the iinliiy ot youth to diseased nnd faded hair. Try it. 1'uiiE cod-liveh oil, from selected livers, on tin; seifhore, by Caswell, Hazard A Co., N. Y. Absolutely pure and sweet. Patients who have onco taken it prefer it to all others, l'hysioinns declare it superior to all other oils. Ciiaited hands, face, pimple and rough skin cured by U: ing Juniper Tar Soap, made by C.'swell. Iianard & Co.. New York. THE MARKETS. 9 KEW TOItK. Peotentllo, good to prime lw 'alves, coin'u to prime veals Sheep l.nmbs dogs Live Dressed, citv 10 r, 4 13 11 0 C 'J5 . 7 40 1 0J 1 OS 74 8.) 81 57 41 80 60 0 '.,( Flour Kx. St., good to fancy 4 30 West., srood to choice 4 ill) t'C Wheat y-o. 2 Ited 1 C7W' Ko. 1 White .0 (? Rye Stato 7-' t'i' barley Two-rowed Stato .. . 4 (it Corn 1'ngrad. West, mixed. ?S 0! Yellow Southern 7'.l (i Oats White State.. 43 (,t Mixed Western i.J to Kay Med. to ch. Timothy.. 5 (u Straw No. 1, l!yo 65 (' linns Slate. 18-1. choico ... 'JO (ti Oii Lard City hienm la (u b-' Petroleum Crudo 'VftJ ti Relined c(tii k)i Cutter R( ate Creamery .15 (? 37 Dairy SS ( SI A est. Im. Creamery. 2'J (i I'actory l'i ( lit Cheese State Factory 8 0 Vi Bkims 2 ( (i Western 5 (ii '2)i Eggs State aud Peuu 2"J u) 0 Potatoes State bbl 1 75 (2 25 IIUTTALO. Steers Good to Choice 6 40 ( 5 CO Lambs Western 4 25 5 25 Sheep Western 4 CO (i 4 60 Hogs Good to choice Yorks. 0 !X (S 0 50 Flour C'y ground n. process. 7 25 8 25 Wheat No. 1, Hard Duluth.. 1 17 (5 1 IS Corn No. 2, Mixed 71 79 Oats So. 2, Mixed Western. 80 (( 41 Barley Two-rowed State ... 85 85 EOSTON. Beef Ex. plate and family. .17 00 (5 13 00 Hogs Live VA &l City Dressed Wifa 10 Pork Ex. Prime, per bbl. . .19 00 (5 20 00 Flour Spring W heat patents 7 25 C' 7 75 . Corn High Mixed 89 C 0 Oats Extra W hite 53 (S 64 Rye State 80 85 Wool comb & delaine. No. 1 44 ( 46 Unwashed combing. 25 85 WATEBTOWN (MASS.) CATTLE MAEKET. Reef Extru quality 7 60 W 8 00 Sheep Live weight i b Lambs 6 & 7 Hogs Northern, d. w 9 3 riHLADKLI'inA. Flnnr Penu. 01 familv. iraod 4 75 5 25 Whent Ko. z, wod I lu ( i iu;i live SUite 70 82 70 82 t,a 87 Corn Stale Yellow Outs Mixed Butler Creamery Extra Pa. Cheese N. Y. Full Cream... tit) 87 IS 6 M'4 1 Petroleum Crude . . . tteouea 1H THE FLOWER CITY FURORE. The Commotion Cnnwri hy the Statement ol r I'liysiciitn. An nnnsual article from the Rochester (K. Y.) Democrat and Chronicle wns published In this paper recently nnd has been tho sub ject of much conversation both in profes sional circles nnd on the street. Apparently it ennsed more commotion in Rochester, ns the following from the same paper shows : Dr. J.B. Henion.who is woll known not only in Rochester, but in nenrly every part of America, sent nn extended nrticle to Hub pn- cr, a few clnys since, which wns duly pun ished, dctniling his remnrknblo experience nnd rescue from whnt seemed to be oirtain death. It would be impossible to enumerate the porsonnl inquiries which hnve been mndo nt our oflice nn to the vnlidify of tho nrticle, but thoy hnve been so-numorons thnt further investigation of the subject was deemed an editorial necessity. With this end in view a representative of this paper called on 1. Honion, nt his resi dence on8t. Paul street, when the following interflow occurred I " That nrticle of yours, doctor, has created cjnite n whirlwind. Are tho statements nbout the torrible condition you wore in, nnd the way yott were rescued such bs you can sustain?" 1 livery one of thorn and many additional fines. Pew people ever get so near tho grnve ns I did nnd then return, nnd I nm not sur- pnscu mat uie puonc iiuiijl ii uiiirvuious n u-n mnn-dlfja.' wns mnrvelcas. How in the world did you, a physician, come to be brought so lowr' "Ry neglecting the first nnd most simplo ymptoms. I did not think I wns sick. It is true I hnd frequent hendnches; felt tired most of tho time, could cnting nothing one day nnd wns ravenous the next: felt dull in definite pnins'and my stomach wns out of order, but I did not think it meant anything serious." , Rut have these common ailmonts nny- thingto do with tho fearful Urighl's disease which took so firm n hold on you r" Anvtliingr hy, they nre tho sure indi cations of the first stages of thnt dreadful nalnilv. The fact is few people know or realize what nils"thcm, mid I nm sorry to say that too few physicians do cithor." That is n strnngo statement, doctor." " Rut it is n true one. The medical pro fession have been trenting symptoms in stead of diseases for yearn, nnd it is high lime it censed. We doctors have been clip- tiitig off tho twigs when we should strike nt the root. The symptoms I have just men tioncd or any unusual action or irritation of tho water channels indicate the approacn oi i-.ricrlif g disease even more than a cough nn ;:omues the coming of consumption. We do not treat the cough, but try to help the lungs. Wo should not waste our time trying io relievo tlio hoadacho, stomach, pains about tho body or other symptoms, but go directly to tho kidneys, tho source of most of these ailments." " This, then, is what yon meant when yor. said that more than one-half the deaths viiieh occurariso from Riiuht's disease, is it. doctor?" "Precisely. Thousands of so-cnlled dis oases are torturing peonlo to-day, when ii: reality it is Rright's disease in soma one o! its many forms. It is a hydra-headed mon ster, nnd tho slightest symptoms ehoul,. Uiiketerror to every one who has them. 1 can look back nnd recall hundreds of dentli vvhieh physicians declared at tho timo were caused by paralysis, apoplexy, heart disease, pneumc nin, malarial fever nnd other com mon complaints which I see now were cuusei by Ihight's disease." "And did all these cases have simple Fymi -toms at first V "Every one of them, and might have bet i: cured nn I was by the timely use of the a'.iv.i emedy Warner's Safe Kidney nnd Live Cure. I nm getting my eyes thorouj:ld pe:.ed in this matter nnd think I am help .ug others to see the facts and their possibh. langer also. Why, there are no end o 'ruths bearing on this subject. If you w:ir to know ne..re nbout it go and seo Mr. Win ner himself. Ha wns sick the same ns I, an. is the healthiest man in Rochester to-day. l!i ha nv do a study of this subject nndoanj hc von morefacisthanl can. Co, too, nndsee 1)1 Lattimore, tlio chemist, nt tho L'niver. it. If you want facts there nre nny quantity o ihein showing the nlarming increase ol liriidit's disease, its simplo and docoptiv, symptoms, and thnt thero is but one way bj which it can be escaped." Fully sntisfiid of tho truth nnd forco o: Iho doctor's words, tlio reporter bade hin ;!OoJ tiny nutl eidlotl on Mr. Wnrnor nt hi (.siablishmcnt on Exchange street. At firs Mr. Warner was inclined to bo reticent, bit learning thnt the information desired v,n about the nlarming increase of Rrighl". disease, las manner changed instantly uni lie spoke very earnestly : " It is trua that Rright's disease hns in creased wonderful iy, nnd we find, by relinhh. statistics, that in the pnst ten years h growth has been 250 per cent. Look nt tin iirondnent men it hns carried off: Everett. Sumner, Chase, Wilson, Carrenter, Bishop llavcu nnd others. This is terrible, ntul .-hows n greater growth than that of an;, u! her known complaint. It should be plaii to every one that something must bo done It check this increase or there is no kuowin;. where it may end." "Do you think many people ore nfllieteil with it to-day who do not roalizo it, Mr. Warner?-' "Hundreds of thousands. I hnve r striking example of this truth which has jusi come to my notice. A prominent professo, in a New Orlcnns medical college was lec turing before his class on the subject ol Rright's dit ease. Ho had various fluids un der microscopic analysis, nnd was showing the students what the indications of th terrible malady were. In order to show tho contrast between healthy nnd un healthy fluids, he find provided n via' the contents of whi -h were drnn from his own person. 'And now, gentlemen,' he snid, 'ns we hnve seen the unhealthy indica tions, I will show you how it appears in a state of perfect health,' and he submitted his own fluid to the usual test. As ho watched the results his countenance suddenly changed his color and command both lift hi;n, and in a trembling voico he said: 'Gentlemen, I have made a painful discovery: I have Bright a diseaso of tho kidneys,' und in less than a year ho was dead." " You believe, then, that it hns no symp toms of its own nnd is frequently unknown even by the person who is nlllicted with it?" "It has no symptoms of its own and very ofton none ut nil. Usually no two people have the same symptoms, and frequently death is the first symptom. Tho slightest indications of nny kidney difficulty should be enough to strike terror to any one. I know whnt I nm tnlking about, for I have been through nil tho stages of kidney disease." " You know of Dr. Ilenion's case?" " Y'es, I have both read und heard of it." " It is very wonderful, is it not?" " A very prominent case but no more so than a great many others that havo coma to my notice as having been cured by.tho enme means." " You believe, then, that Rright's disease can bo cured?" " I know it can. I know it from the ex perience of hundreds of prominent per'oi.s who were given np to Uio by both their phy sicians and friends." " Yo i speak of your own experience, what was it?" " A fearful one. I had felt languid nnd unfitted for business for years. RulldidntA know v,liat nilcd me. When, however, I found it wus kidney difficulty I thought there was little hope, and so did the doctors. I have since leurned that one of the physicians of this city pointed me out to a gentleman on tho street one day, saying: ' There goes a man who will bo dead withm a year. I be lieve his words would have proven true if I had not fortunately secured and used the remedy now known as Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure." "And this caused you to manufacture nt" " No it caused mo to investigate. I went to the principal cities, saw physicians pre scribing and using it, nnd l theretoro deter mined, as a duty i owed humanity ana tne suffering, to bring it within their reach, and now it is known in every part of America, is sold in every drug store and has become a household necessity." The reporter left Mr. Warner, much im pressed with the earnestness and sincerity of Ids statements and next paid a visit to Dr. S. A. Lattimore, at his. residence on Prince street. Dr. Lattimore, although busily en gaged upon some matters connected with the State board of health, of which he is one of the analysts, courteously answered the qnestion8.thnt were propounded him: " Did you make a chemical analysis of the case of. Mr. H. H. Warner some three years ago, doctor?" " Ves, sir." " What did this analysis show you?" "The presence of albumen and tube casts in great ubundance." " And what did the symptoms indicate?" " A serious disease of the kidneys." "Did you think Mx. Warner could re 1H cover?' "No. sir. I did not think it possible. It was seldom, indeed, thnt so pronounced a case hnd np to thnt time ever been cured." " Do yon know anything about the remedy which cured him ?" .... , " Yes, I hnve ctiomicnny snaiyieo ana upon critical exammntion find it entirely free from any poisonous or deleterious sub- tancea." We publish the forepointf stntements in view of the commotion which the publicity of Dr. Ilenion's Article hns cnuieu ana u meet tho piotestntions which hnve been made. The standing of Dr. Honion, Mr. Warner nnd Dr. Laftimore in the com mnnily is beyond question, mid tho stnte ments they ninko cannot for a moment be doubted. They conclusively show that Rright's disease of the kidneys Is one ot tne most deceptive nnd dangerous of all diseases, that it is exceedingly common, alarmingly incrcaring and that it can bo cured. In tho flftv years from 1W0 to 1RH0 tho amount of money invested in cotton manu factures in tlio linitod Wtatos increased trom 40.000 .000 to 2-tr, KXUHK). nnd the bnlos con sumed from l!ll,;i'.K) to 2,000,000. Advice to Consumptives. On tho nppoarance of the iiist symptoms, ns general debility, 1o?s of appetite; pallor, chilly sensations, followed by inght-nwctib nnd cough, prompt measures of relief should be taken. Consumption is scrofulous dis earcoftho lungs, therefore life the great nnti-r.crofiilonsor blood purifier nnd Rtrength restorer. Dr. Pierce's " Golden Medical Dis covery." Superior to icd liver oil as a nu tritive nnd unsurpassed as n pectoral. Fot weak lungs, spitting of blood and kindred allnctinns it has no equal. Sotil by druggists. For Dr. Pierce's treitiso on Consumption send two stamps. World's Dispensary Med ical Assoriat ion. RuiVnlo, N. Y. 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