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n|H , woiiorn uml I ■•*!»< rnlllc*.
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■ hnwovor. n uoml clotinml fur thnno
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- ««rli»ii "» r " 9 - Hulu" wuro ro|»uri«il nt
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#C V«MKr.v.«cri. tUUUi for Wnwrtw.
.i».V C.JWH uml i»oor to common mixed
for fnlrto good i>nli»j».mr steer*.
•Lifidst wuro iiiroro'l. uml with two or three
ftitr* no huU‘« nt n itltflinr ttgiiruihun
. or nr 1110 unmrs. nri-mimm UJMM
A n i l ock»>ru 0 ck»>ru ««ro In lunt n»|iienu »>»<» tbn
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; BALKS.
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Steftg 1S 1
during Sunday nndMumlay. RO Oj
rn»l wooKtl'MWl total hi.nw«ok, W.HOJ
w»*SKt weoluai.aSs- THO markui wna »tron*wr.
demand trom »Hli>|»«rr* mid pmm
mie B /oihero werunutonoujli h«m« io tto around.
rt *£hisVu DrtcM WliH-% “I wiilcli advanto an oany
«nu l«. m«vy hint* roi'oivod lliomon
«•»?** and in Hint clast ilm udvunco win* a pliiirip
Tpmeni m Hunt welgut* wiw niioiu oc.
Ml"a *»r •pocmiif tiiu» lot* would mdi-
to Uia ndtantuKO ot H«Jlenn*f tally lot-.
?tf«SrtuiWax*o.lWfur poor to Imtl Jmiiu mid at.
iVJiTior iwor to exlra Heavy. THo .niwrpriw
JftlfllriW inttnncut. THo milk or thr•trwliiiii
”* *2 «»jkju for mixed imr*wr»i ni fJ.BJwi.IA tor
f and at fLitotH.BS for llalil wcltnts.
•lff*od call* wore aalotolMiU«.Wrt«.l.». IHBOiur
l«sS»edOral, witn nothing leftover.
m noa HAI.ES.
... rrtet.,So. Av. PrUe. i,Ve. At'. Prlcf.
£ 17.51 &7 *414 M.wi 42 an lUy
Pt lfc;:S! Hi &:;;;« 8$
; S ife:;:® fcS fej
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fr t'lll l?.l. P.'S It.B'! id 264 11.1*1
g J{i VldiK' U.M 121 •».»»
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? U 6171 ::.i« nitufiT .an 0.60
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31 curd I'l'i ■}.£»
I'Ji'ow.i ItliM >WM
Hi yoitrluiUft. 6% -1. 1 4
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riIBKP-The market wna active, iuo |"cm irailo
louLS frcoiy, and iirli'cn TU’ft) Hnu W pop
fur poor to cbulco uunllilea. I hero who in*
u\n forlambs, but none worn ultorod. and vii.uo*
r?Mln nominal at 12.0uwu.2i por HW Iba. 1 liu receipts
B)fEKI , nMjau
gt Ar prttt.Mfo, dir. I’rlff.l.Vrt. Av. Price.
UI...KU ail FKW il-WHi
iio 3.&U |tW tW 4.1 W |
KABT LIUCIITV.
EAST I.IDKHTV. Sopt. 12,—CATTI.K— IlCCClptB
I'M Prtdar. 2.M1 homl of tnrotiifli and l.lUi or *i‘»ck
tu Hie In the market. Total tur lliowook imdmu
UitdariU.cn tlirotutb and ‘A'AU loom, mmlnat o.bu
ttmuguand 1.75» local tho week bouiro. Bupplr till*
ml wUr llubtur uiun lust art cure. and tho milk of
muusaro Hkiu common. with very fovr really noon,
aucb inter are readily bouabl iu Kotul iiisi woua a
Itßrtt. wtillo tbo balance upnourml to bo sbubtly uIT.
tMtllaro »oiU oubliowovor. nmnot ulvo rolmb.o
Huttiluntatpresent. t*uicntouny, l.uunmul.
'lluca-lleceipi*. 4.101 litmd. Total for tho wo.ok,
Hitt, ualntl IV*76 llio week bofojo. I’bllndolpluu.
PtSitioJ: Yorker*. f4t2M3.i1.4U: gru'sara. <j.j>‘w.oO.
SHitP-ltocelpts. 2,«vU head. Total lor tho wimk.
ÜbAkUlnnlSAiOUio woo* boforo. colling a abuao
ua«rtn»nl»»i weo*.
BT. f.oms.
Bt.Lons, Sept. 13,—CAm.K— Receipts, I.TOIj ililp
b«du,SUU: urgant demand for alitppmu unities. but
hjDeoOeredi supply consisted entirety iOf butcher
ttutr. which mm quickly at stronu nrUless fair to
tbolce oailfo butcher Meow. W.3i*tt4—»J Ho cwvr *s u . ,,cl
hcien. w.l/it.Wi cumraon. flAska-iMs fair to onoieo
pm. Texan*. laztei.uj; common, aiocaurs
•initJi common rory uulli fair to cholco mutton,
fhliat.UU.
Huus-Ughtgradesslow: packing ,and cholco act
t?ei Yorker* and Oallliuorus. fH.AiWU.aOs pucklna,
k.viH.Tii butchers’ to fancy. IHHUttrf.lOS pl(t*.
Lor; receipts, MWs shipments. Aixu.
NEW YORK.
.Sew YORK, Bout. 13.-lIERVP.B-UOCOIptS lor two
hjvWUts making for tho week. 14.1UJ; fairly prime,
mb quick sme< at 15.60w.i1.6e for native steers; »■.*>»
lA> fur Texas Chcrukoo cattle; (S.2SjuMJO for Colorado
■tuck: some strictly prime and extra natives reached
lll.ftttlll&s exporters used A) car-loads: exports tor
the week included WtUJlvo cuttle. 4,aar quimors beer,
tmilTosheop. >7. carcasses mutton.
SiutP-itecelpts. 14.3UU; making 42.300 for tho week;
tfiecu turner: (nil rates, iamiba strong and Ho higher;
mremi > i,|3.34(54.6U per UU lbs for ahoop; W-tWdU.76
for lambs. .
SffiNe-llocelpta.o,3oo: maxim* 37,600 for tho week;
neidy (or live hugs; (A.4«<»4AO for grass-fed; (UAU*
to (or corn-fed.
KANSAS CITY.
Special DiiMl.ft (a The CMraoo TVtttun*.
Kansas City, Mo., tiepL 12.-Cattlk—The Price
(Woif repurta receipts. u,oudi shipments, t.iuis mnr*
Dttlesdyand lair; native shippers. (UWwi.Tus na-
Uranockereond feeders. rL6o®3.iii; native vows, 12.U1
fcltus grass Tuxuns.r2.24®:i.UJ; naif-broods, (2.iiUdJ.UJ
lloog-Uucelpw. •.’.•WUs shipments, nonet active and
Inner; choice. (OAVaiuU; mixed packing, (<L&K»O.4U;
UtMimpplng. (U.ixxio.lss and grussers, (4AUi6.UA.
UALTIMUUK.
Baltimore, Hopu 12.—Hebv CAm.v.-Markot dull,
prtccs HdHo offs very best, #I.BJH«iUXJ| tlrsi ciunllir,
U.laLeisi medium. FLUX4U6; ordinary, (2.i»*2.i05
Bon talcs, (I.UM6.U); receipts, 5,713; sates, 2.&W.
BwiNK-'t'here was full supply and only moderate
4tDtndtquoiaUtins.|7.2si&tf.2j; receipts, U.U4I.
Hiikki* and Lamiis—Receipts, 8,755; quoted, sheep,
tUUiUSs iambs.
CINCINNATI.
QxnxNATi, 0„ SopL 12.— Uuon-Htondy; common
light. R'JUWUD; packing and butchers', «A24®7.UJi
rtc«ipu 1 2,7Wi shipments, MW.
LUMBER,
There were bnt twelve cargoes (a small number for
• Monday) on the market yesterday morning. The
u>t* mado Indicated considerable Urmnoss lor good
mules. We quote:
gr»«n piece-stuff |10.75®11.00
Often common Inch, 12.UW13.60
Often medium W.iWglT.iU
•nr*sourt and select.... 1U.U»»24.U1
Orsangood Inch 17.6umik.00
J**Ms and suii>s 12.7WLt.UJ
klsndtrilshlUßlus...... 2.OJM 2.US
sura shingles 2.»6
Ulij .7....1"... 1.75® I.U)
Following are the yard prices of dry lumber as ttxod
f the trade, green lumber selling nt (LUI pur m loss;
W •toond, and third clear. IVkMnoh... (W.ft)
second clear, rough, 2-lneb W.IXJ
TM dear, rouah.U-1uch.T..... 42.1 W
.uit sad second clear, dressod siding 22. W
ommuiidrcMcd siding vu.WJ
touring, second common, dressed... Hu.UJ
s°*‘»<'*fds, 4(J UJ
fi* loc hboard», pfoppHnoh, rough.. 4U.U)
• •tuckboards, lUaU-Inch.
,*‘ 0 «h boards, lowil-lnch JW.«»
.tndug, drek quality 1.i.0U
«ciug. No. & ’ II!! .... ii,ui
.’““on boards, !»«»> ft I7.UJ
ooidoq boards, U)gs2U It li.ui
«»en.ion
HBenrionsiuff.aitoiim ! -i.w
ntt? t s , l**. loM “. u,c,u,lTo ' ,Bfl JS-W
rough, and geud. 15. u
jhln«!etcle’aV.V.V.*.*.*. ,**,*.** .*.V *.*’.! *. U* V. V. V.*. • ■«.*
«Uxißs,«*iraA.... a.:«
[.^“'ee.5wndard................ a.'A)
uu J“* fuund ‘r 12®«
T«rd dw a ,uuon(l c,<mp ' 110 4^ncb s•}{
| oar!ito4-incil!’. , .!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! , .‘.!*. w.uu
ai.tW
?K!««e'ear 11u0ring............ 4f1.00d12.Ul
“fd snd second. Mncb «J.UI
y u , 77,Jl alll, > Orst and second clear 7U.OU
Uu in^L Ut< lt the dally statemeiu of the secretary of
«s Lnaberman'e Nxcnange for UopU 101
ON RANI) JAN, I.
Lurnbrr. KAlnqlrs.
4fil,aO.UjP lUAUS7.UA)
TOTAL USCSUTS SINCE JAN. L '
/.umbtr. Nhfnqfo*.
.1.1U2.2M.UU0 622,;t^tlU)
U6.2J7.UA1
lacretse AU,2U,OOU 57.U38.0J0
SALES ANO HUIPMBNTS SINCE JAN. 1.
Lisinbvr. Nhinglrs.
I,2umuw.au iHAwai
. irrj.uiu.uuu (SKuuam
}*i
tau —!!!!!!!!
htersue,
*»,XM,UU 74,013 ,UA)
LAKE nSCkU-TS.
Lumbrr. NMnglri.
.i.uutss'ju) saAUiujju)
. UAJ.IOAUA) iWTAUUM
ui" I —-
ItS.iUO.UM
by telegraph.
. romsias’.
Bwclai JXiMtck to The Chicoou Tribune
1 ’ B * pt * u ~ ll:a0i “ X3et
Ko. L lU| No. 2. 10* fldt
Kb ini' *• lUuWj eprlntf, No. % IDei white. No. I.
Ci^|» l jJ ( J 1G eMiciub,N g .i, U. 4c i No. 2, UlftlOd.
f^, T ,‘* lu - s# -l , °rk,7U. Lera. BUOd.
«»mtooL, Uepu R-b , uovuiu.NU~Uecoa-Short
Heartinner jit.’d«; shoulders llrnieralUcef-i;*.
lr;i India liir.-H* dull at IJf«. l.nrd-Prime Western
llrnier it t tTI*.
American choice Hr moral <>
Tnii'yvrisi: -dpirll* steady nl
tSUAIN-Wheai-Spront No 3 dull nl Mstids No. I
white, lUj wlmur, Hit lid. Corn steady nt fr* (Hid.
Itecelpis of wheat for tlio week from Atlantic |*nrw«
&;.iM.ii|rM l mm Pnclilo ports, M,IWJ «|M! other sources.
corn, i.XOAltini.
Mvkupooi., .Sum. U-li»onln»-0>TTOS-<JttloUbut
noady! uplands, 7 i li’hli Orleans. 7 MHdj sales, M.UW
bales: speculation and export. I,UU| American. 7.1X0.
(InAl'C-Corn-Nnw Western mixed, to lid.
PnovMKoNH-llcef-Kxtm Indlamcti, IWs. Amor*
lean lard. *.f*.
Pliritul.KlMt-Uotlncd. *!>(d.
I,iKem.tr on,—37s.
TL'IIPKNTISK—spirits, «sfld.
l.tjNuoN, Bopt. U.-l’Kriiuur.L'M-Uonnca,7®*Hd.
I.INHKi:i>OII.- < Jlto lad.
•rriiPitNTiNit-wpirlw, Os,
As'T\vi:nr, Bept. ix-PKTiim.EPH-3lf.
The folly wlnit wore received by tho Chicago Hoard
ufTrndos
l.iVKittami,. Bont. IX—Wheal—Not much dolmn rod
winter. WsUdtNo. isprlim. Ms Mt No. il do. Ms Id.
Corn nnleliua* famous ojf const—\\ neat firm i
rod woicer advanced :«d. Corn nrm. To arrlyo-
WUuat and corn Ilrm. Pork. 71s. laird llrmur at ■•ls
lid. Haeori-I.onj e.ear, bis i-ili short clear. -Ms. lul*
Cheese. 10s. Hem dull and moweri h. I.
M,, lutt. .maiik I.AMi-Wheat linn and u slmdohlßh*
' ! V...!simV. ,rn sept. IX-l.ivi:upool.-Wheat ipilell
white JllchUan. l>*s mo Wextern red w.n er, now. Ms
!M. I onnjniol. .MAItK hAKd-Wneal ashadedmif
it. Corn ilrm. Cnmoesotr c*>ast-Wh«mt Unto lair
avoruite new red wlmer. fils I*. Corn tlrm. ( nraoos
on passnae—lVheai ilrm. Corn ilrm. lonnlry nmr*
ke.n lor wlieni—titmilsh steady, l-runen a shade
easier. Farmers*deliveries ol Kimllin wheat diir.ntt
the past week, W.IMIsUWU qra. Purw-Whoal und
hour firm.
ifBW YOlllv
A'rrefdt Dfipalrh f<» The Chittig/t Tribune.
NB\v YoiiK.Hcpl. U.-tm.UN-A brisk speculative
movement reported in winter wheal. stimulated hr
Uio buoyancy nl tho West and somewhat lirmcr rmmo
of quotations advised by cable,which lo<» to on »<l•
vnnou hereof about KglKo. generally le per bn. hut
through the afternoon, under n renewed pressure to
plncn supplies, mostly In the speculative Interest,
prices reacted to tho nxiunt of If'd.'ue u
Ini. to harden again, however, near liio
close i(3Wo per i>u. leaving oif ns n ruin
llrmlfl n comparatively limited export Inquiry inituil
at current quotations, shippers having been unwilling
to purchase freely at tho extreme rates claimed for
desirable loiss spring wheat inu been quoted up
tthomlfrmo per Im. with it goed export cull nnluds
nates reported of 2,.U loJil bit No. I red at 11.47)4''* 1.-tH,
mostly at 11.44, doling at 11.44 hid and up to <UU
miked] No. ‘i rad nt 11.W<(31.17hi. ehletlr
nt fl.hlWitl-IT, free on hoard ll.dDj, closing
atlUTtfind: do September oplion.nl #1.4.V><v1.47W,
elopingntll.4*!4t do October. ll.4;‘VM.4'.'Jir. closing at
hlill do November. fUl»l*l.WTii. dodng at
do Dccomhcr. #l.M.‘fai.ii , l. closing at II.Wj do
stoumprgnidaallUl«'dl.«s WIM hit No. » red nt
mostly at II.Mi do Jttoamer grade nt
ll.nit ungraded red at fl.bl)«iitt.4f)4. a* to
duality] Imrd Duluth spring at tUiltt&UTi
No. a Chicago and Milwaukee spring nl 11.:«j4®
l.:u nllontt No. a Milwaukee spring in
storentll.hr’ft ungraded spring at f1.1031.UJ. Corn
again advanced about itfathSe per bu on a livelier
movement, mainly speculative, although a fair ox*
port inquiry was noted, mostly for No. as sales re*
purled of I.'.HJ.OJJ bu mixed Western ungraded attack
Tic. ns to quality and condition] New York summer
mixed at TOf'.lc: No.awhttu at V.W-tSjc, mostly at
Wk?i Now York yellow ol WKtt*74c. mostly at
We: yellow Western at Ties low mixed at nio7»c. i
dosing at "3c. Oats-,V restricted ofTormg andn fur*
thor advance of about per bu Impeded busi
ness, though u good demand was noted] sales re
ported of Pll.owbu white Western ni47CV>imei mixed
Western ungraded nt Slftttlei wlillo tHulo at 40fc|utfat
mixed ?*iuio nominal. Itye again higher and In good
request; about .vui hu neur-hy product worn placed
In cur-lots nt tUltolati, the latter In elevator, and
K.UjU tiu In finte. thunber delivery at II.UJ.
IMiovisiuSd—iluslness In hog products again on
nllueml scale; and Indicative of a further general
rise In prices. Western mess pork more souglunfter
for early delivery, leaving otratfiUU for standard
brands, and In the option line again advanced
on a fair demand, with September quoted os
closing at fW.T.V, October at IJU.OO, November at
|Ui..VM 4 .UW, and 2,3uU brls lor November at
cut meats were freely dealt in on
a tlrm basis nt low rates. Pickled bellies at ttyiwiuuc*
plckled shoulders at He. pickled hums al
smoked siiouidcrs at Wfe. smoked hums at i;hdl!l«c.
llacon In moru demand and quoted slrongert lung
clear quoted ut lie, short clear at lljfe. Wosiern
atcuin lard attracted more ultontlon for early Uollv
ury, and again advanced about I0&U!bio per UW
lbs. leaving off at flitlKfitia.Ui for prlmo con
tract stock, and In the option Hue «* hr.sk
movement reported, which lias beep quoted up IWs
12‘ic. Hop.omDor closing at October SUtek.
November fIi.TU. December 1W.77H. option
January ItldJ. February fM.OtaU.Uih:, .March
IM.lJril.lUl4. . ,
TAi.bow-llaa been further advanced, mid quoted
very ttnu as offered with reserve and wanted; prime
. to choice quoted at SrMHc, and very choice as high as
HUOAUS-Unw In good demand and very firm, with
solo of raolnsses m 74c. centrifugal atMo. llnrlmdoos
ot 7 7-11501 refined In fulr request at a further advance
of Hei powdered, gnmuliuod. lOKes stand
ard off A. PMMWic; white extra C, yellow ox
lnto.3K*3Wo; C.7«vlil}<oj yellows. 7<Ke.
KUEiuilTt*—Tbo general movement moderate, but
Indicative of Utile further change a* to rate*, k'or
Liverpool. the reported engiwotmmts Included by
■team flour atlsikldis througa freight; by outpurl
steamer* a# low us Is lid; local shipments quoted at
U iid bid and tip to 2s asked; room for grain quoted at
3dt provisions m lots. u* ud to tta (through freight by
outport steamers as low us 13s Ud).
Jb the trrstrm AuoctaUd Putt.
NEW YORK. bopt. U.-LO»TON~QHlOtl 12*»WJ<0t
futures barely steady; Hoptombor. I'Atbc; uciouer,
n.a;cs November. U.ooc; necomtior. 12.Kkn January.
l2.£*oi Kubruary. I'Atuc; Mnrun. 12.60ci April. L.ulct
itit—Vlrm; receipts. 84.00(1 brlst exports, 71.800 1
super Suite end Western. l4.ajntil.WJ; common to good
extra, (d.unaU.t>i; wood to etiulco. wiiUjj
wneut extra. l7.UWi t 3.*4; extra Ohio. (tl.lU6n.Soi bt
l.o«is. (4i.lwaS.uu; Minnesota patent process. (u.«* j
' J *ti»AiN-\\»iont !Q2o higher, closing strong; re
colpts.itTJ.OOU but exports. 1,2. wu bji; ungraded spr ag.
sl.tis'tl.Sui No. i Cliicttgo»<bii"M'ftl.‘>bi burd no. i tin
lutli, ll.blkKisl.47i ungraded rod,4l.WtMwl.bd No.# red,
si 4'*Uwl.4j] steam, »l.«iu No. « red. tMUMiiil.iTkis
steam d(), *>u. 1 red. mixed
winter, 41.11«WM.'l ungraded w'ilw.«l..u»ia ! *o.l
watte, #1.42»*w1.t3i steam No. 1 wultc. (1./U; No. >/
red, fccplmntier, li.44*W*l.4iJ4i ®Jbsing at (Mitt;
October. (l.tsMficl.vaJi. closing nt lI.«PMt Novemiior,
#l.jl'li*l.W)4. musing iitllS-dM Deamibur.
e.ositig at (I.W. Corn M'aUitO higher, closing very
struiigi receipts. ;w,iVxj bu; exports. ..(.UL but tin*
graded, mixed. (&it72cs No. U, t»Je| steam, mot••o,
2.72'dWlsot low mixed, 77(t*oci No. ■ i wimo, .UWtt*ioi
follow. 7JWit*4ct No. 2, September. 71ti'*..e. closing
at 73ci October, 7Um*Uo.ic. musing at 7juj November.
7d>wa/i>Mc. closing at 7»c. oats M'ds(c higher; quiets
receipts, il.uuu bus exports, la4,twi bu; Western mixed,
4lMt>ics wbltu do. «7*cfo.
llAV— Active and limit Co&UOc.
OIioCKUIKd-Coiloo quiet and unchanged. Sugar
very ilrnit fair to good running. i?l«njw. Molasses—
Lemuad fair and market Urui. luce quiet oud uu-
C *i*BTttuLEOM—Strong and higher; United, (*9{os
crude. 7wdMu; rennet}. (Mo.
'I 1 a i.loiv—scarce and linn at ojto.
® &»or .1 BOO)*.
old mo
teet oulet but steady. Cai-iaouu scarce aud strung;
ung ciear middles, lie; short tie, lIMo. Lard strung
'Siutier—Quiet but firm ot 14G.H0.
CUKKbB-Quletond uncbuiigud.
PHU^AUEI-PIUA.
' PntLADELPRIA. Bopu 12.—Flocu—Very strong;
auporilno.ll.fibds.boi Ghlo extras. Ifi.au good Minne
sota extras, (7.25: do straight. 17.60; tit. Louis and
Southern Illinois, |7.7fi&UU; Ohio family,cbolco,l7.6o;
fancy, (7.75; now process, (8.00; Indiana family, (7JO;
Minnesota patent process, (B.Wt cliulco, •S.ttXipUfi;
winter d0,1L60. Uyo Hour Acnrco and tlrmt W. 25.
GRAIN-Wheat tlnu; No, 2 red. prompt shipment.
(1.44, f.0.1M No. 2 red, September, (1.43Hd1.43Ht °clo
bor, H.4tiHd'--WHi November. Ilfiddl.fioH. Corn H®
He higher; sail mixed, grain depot. Hot steamer, on
track. 7U>td7lui for mixed and yellow sail mixed. Sop
tember. tuT|»7lot Octouer.Jx-HaT.vci November, .uH®
oT*c. Oats lower; rejected. 4ue; No. 8 mixed, 4bc; No.
JwDlto.sUHiei No. 2 wuuo.w. .....
* I'lUiVtsiuNti-Flrms In good demand. Boof-Mcss.
11l Id. Mess pork, (JU.Auu«2I.UL Unms-firaokod, UH®
icV. Imni-Ke.t.o, *W.7A; steam, M2.Tu*lx.u. i
HIiTTKR-ncurco and wanted; creamery extra*, ale
good to choice, taattet Now York Suae and Bradford
County il’onnsylvumu) extras, 28c; do ttrsts, 2m27c;
dairy. 2W2>«; good to choice, ••aiitc.
Ku«m—Western trcaa, tlnuer;
CllLK4U—nioadfl toll cream, UH®l2c; fair to
B °Fktlhr!ll’M-Flnnt Wc.
IlKi'kMwa-Klunr.'i.'AUhrls; wheat, but com,
TO.OUebui oats, A>.tUU but batloy, Q,tAU DU.
buiPAIEMd-NoUC. _
ST. LOUIS.
Bt. Isuris, tiopu H.—Flour—About Co bettor on
low HOdmsaium grades. A . „
GRAlN—Wheat Acilvc, higher, clcslag Arm; No. 3
red. IMIHOLtfi cash, 11.47w1.47H uatebur. IliUH®
lAI H November, «1.62H®1.62U Decembor; No. 3 do.
11,111®UU; No. 4 du, (LWH bid; No. 2 spring. (1.28®
12SH cash, (1.3 b bid September, (UDf bid Uetuber.
Corn Orm, higher; ißH'Sdto cash, iifiH®oJo October.
ÜBH®UUeNovumbor,tAiHi*Alo Decembor,7&X < o7i9io May.
outs blghen tfiAiSHc cash. 44H®<4Ho October. 4iW®
4VUo November, 4>>if*o Ouuember, uyo higher at |Lu7
WtmS. Hurley uiichunged.
LKAO-Flrm «t fiHe. •
IIUITEK-Pncliaiiged. ,
huus-Uncliaugod.
WiuaKV-Mcmlyulll.ia. ,
I'lwjvisiuNa-airoiigi upward .tpndenfif. lork.
f2aiU Dry salt muiu. 17JU.4W.1J1, IILUA Uucod, l»H c .
1 itk(’K^*TS-*F| r uur,*DLOUJ brls; wheat,lUJOJU bu; corn,
liwim urn oats. 4itw bu; rye. W.UW bu; barley, BJAA)
bU Hilll<MgNTS-Hour. 7.000 brill.,wheat, It,OJU bu:
cum, 21.UAJ pu; eats, b.UU but rye, AlWiitti bafley, PW
bu.
02,6:0,UW
.. SI.UMI
..2.2JVX6
~.3,45VJU2
KF.W OIIUSANB.
Hkw Om.cAxa. Sept. l'i. Klodr— Bironai
•upertine. M-tL*A.OJt double extra. H1W6W.241 treble
extra. 4d.Ti4i7.tSj bltfb grade*. |7.ttwAi»X.
-aiuiK-Cornqutatet dJoifrIMJU. Oe« Urmerel Me.
CuitK-UKAb-tJuletetCUA. „ L ,
UAY-gululeqd week! prime, ta.OWM.OOi cboloe,
f3A.UW2U.UU.
I’uuvieioNe-t’ork ecerce and Brin et
Lerd limit tierce, iwietfoi kcp. 193*0.Uu1» menu
•tvedyt •lionlflera.Weo. Uecon blubor; ehouldora.VMj
cleer rle. UMu: vtuer aide*. nune unbend end noum
comtuud lleuie-buttef-cured acercu end
Ormi ceoveseU. IWISo tor fetuflibrendi; -
WUibitY—Vlrmt Weetern reclined. tI.IWIJO. '
UuuceitlEe-Uitfco dull; Ulu curvooi.ordluerj to
ptluie. liXiUHo. bUKers quiet end sluidjn common
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1381—TWELVE FAG
to iomhl common,i> : re; ftlr [•> loOft fair,
prime in enoice. v .h« «t; yellow ili.nned. ,';y'i.; w
Mopis-e* M'urni him! firm: common.fiilr.ji--!
i.ruuo. I N'. Klees blither: ordinary lo choice. WHiiw
fiu mock In llrst on hand.
IIUAN Mcarco uml Itrmi 1.»5U.
lIAKTIMnItn..
HAt/riMcmr. Hoi»t. 11-Fi.oim-atendT and ilrm.
IIIUIN-Whcat-Western liljtherand slrnnut So. 3
winter red spot and Hepiftiutmr.ll.«.’*« October. IU7
Ut.ttKs Norcuibor. IIAIU Ccmi-Wostern hljfhur
mid sirotnit mixed, spot and Mamomtier. W!*'d7lc.
us to locution: October. *A4T:i , 4ai November. »»H«
.Min Meeember. 7Ho: steamer. lolidds;. Oats omet
ninl slwnilr. Ureouloi.
nmtTstoxs— Very flrmt moss pork 131 <3. Hulk
ineais-.diioiildera and clear rib aides, packed, »H''»
IlWc. Ilacioi-tfhmiiders, MHn clear rib aide*,
|”3o, Ham*. laird-Helmed. M^e.
Ht.’TTKil—Flrait Western irraas, Jt-tfitc.
. uliocßlUK* e ~Cn(roo Ilrmt Rio cargoes. lOQUHfct
nuiinr slrmidt A soft. IX*.
WHIHKV-Qnlet
KMKMMITS-To Liverpool dull. .
liiiCKiiTs—Flour. Xml brlst wheat. 80,.00 bui corn,
f.1.’.i1l Imi oats, I.JWi but rye. Ill) bn.
mill'JlKNTH—'Wheat, nonui corn, bUKI bu.
BALua-Whoat.GU.Ky bu: coni.iwMl. bu.
CINCINNATI.
CINCINNATI. O.i HujiU la.-COTT«.V-Qulot bat Oral
Bt 13«.
H.otrit—llloln family, IC.tsiT.loi fancy, |7.ay%7..j.
OltAlN—Wlnmt—No. a rod winter. IMJI. Corn
ncllvt), tlrni, mid hluliori No. i mUod. *<■«. (Juln-Uo
iniitid Inlr nml nrlcon lilkliits No.U mixed, 41c. llyo
Mrongcri N 0.2, UarJoy llntiur; No. V full,
*V*uovi«toNn—Pork buoyant. t3n.jo. I.ard—Demand
ucllro. mid orleoa iuifu iinvum-vli 113.1 W. Itillk iiietii*
mromtcr: Muiuldoi*. SHioi clour rib, Iff*-’. Ilncmi
ftromi und hlalitri tbouldora, t'i(c» clear lib. I'-’ci
and lowun Jl.lilfli comldim*
lion Buloti tlnlMiod itomD, I,‘JJU bris on tho busia of
cromncrr. Itici cbolco Woilorn
Hositvo, !Uo| ebuleo Ceil IMI Ohio, £lc.
j,insuui> 011,—sujady a*’lie, ,
MILWAUKEE.
MILWAUKEE. Wk., Hept. W.—FLOCK—Scarce and
Ann.
llliAtx—Wheat excited: advancing! No, It hard
nmuliml: No. 2 Milwaukee, fl.’W: Heidoiuhor. 11.29:
October. Il.ltlj November. Oocomhor. lUh-lnn*
ynry,«l.a»{ No. U Milwaukee. Il.luhit So.* nominal!
rejected nominal. Corn Inactive: No. 2, Cic. Out*
limit liini'tlvo: No. 2 white, <ae. Uye f>teady and
tlrm: fl.wn<. Harley hluherj Nu. 1 rprlnit, cash and
r>utdenibvr. M*c: October,»«K’.
|'liovi»joN!*-*lli|ihpr. Mew pork. fI.UVi cash and
Huinemher: October. I.nrd-Crliue hlOuui.lUU
cunh and M'ptuinhur: Uotubur.
llims-lliuhen ..04111*1.
KltKlOHta—Wliwit.m HulTnlo. ,»Mc.
Ui;rKn*Tß-Flonr, brio; wheat, AOOObui corn,
"*HM l l'iVhs'M— Flour. 6,600 brt<: wheat, CJ.UWbu; corn,
14.UW Lu.
ItOSTON.
nofttox. Sept. 13.—FLOUit—Very limit Western *u*
pcrtlnc. W.i'ift.’i.Tj; common extra*. HUWfcls.Wh Wls*
cousin extras. Minnesota extras. W.*’* l ®
7.60: winter wheal*, 17.25fi7.73t Ohio ami Mlchltian.
1T.ai417.T3t Indiana, 17.73iW.Mt St. J.ouls and Illinois
putem spring wheats, t&Otfjiux): patent winter, 17.30
((iB.AU.
Uiiain—Corn do in and fair nnd market Urmt mixed.
74<il*5ct nionmcr, THCuTtcj no untdo. o*Vi*7l)c. tJat*
noutirs No. 1 and extra white. MruMct No. 3 white,
focj No. 3 mixed und No. a white,4,l*l4*:. llyo.lUuf*
'urrTKtt—Choice creameries, Kk&Qc: choice ladle
nuked, 2u>i»‘.r.'ct rominun to good, I3(itisc.
Kiiuh—'Wes.urn fresh, tttfiaie. _ ' __
Kumr. J.uw brii*. i.WJO aackst com, 27,000
till wheat. iVUOJ Uui out*. LIUAI bu.
biuniEVrs-Flour, !,£»« brls.
TOM-:no.
Tot,Eno, 0., Sept. 12-Noon hoard.—Oit.xiN—'Wheat
slronitund hlithert No. 3 red, spot, September. fl.iiXi
Uctobor.ll.4dt November. fl.*Wt Docombor. 11.3*115.
Corn hlßhon No. 3, September. l«c: November, Tltot
yenr.dTtfc. Uuta moderately active and atrotntort No.
3whllo. lie. ,
Closed—Wheat atrmifft No. 2 red. spot. II.Ut Sop*
tcmbor.ll.il bid,ll.4ll*nakedt October. <l.4Ubld, 11.47
Novutuber, fI.4S3{; December. flS<>l6s rear.
SI.EIVi bid: No. !l red. Il.ll*. Corn atrumrs high mixed.
i.sVjohidj No. 3. October, i»>ic} .November, .o?|ojyeur.
l^iVtxKti*re— Wheat. 41,0 U) but com, B.UW but oats,
'* Hu mil EKT3—Wheat, 57,000 but corn, C.OM bu; oat*,
4.IMJ bu.
rnoittA.
Peoiiia, 111., Sept 12.-«UAiN-Corn Anns high
mixed, iSKtinjfct mixed. «W-itflc. Oats flrmt No.*
Hyo limit No. (1.07 *ssl.o9,
lltuinviNES— Unchanged at <Ut.
Ultt'Kinu—Wheat, nonet corn. 88,476 but oats,
43.3(1 but rve.O.UU Inn bailor, 2.2-0 bu.
SliU’JiENTa—Wneat. M» bm corn, 63.0U0 but oat*,
44,U£ but rye. 2,0 W but barley, none.
KANSAS CITY.
to Ths Chicago Tribune.
KANSAS CITY, Soj)t. 12.—QllAIN—Tho Prtce Cur
rtut ropmt»s Wlical-Uecol|H»,ttWH) but ultlptnonU,
lilulipri No. Ilcash, ll.lTt Soplorobor. I1.I7M:
No.2casb.fi..Hi Hoptoniber, fWli No. 1 cash. fl.'Jittt
Hcptembor.fl.37. Coru-Hocemlii.fi.M4 but shipments.
a,uftbuj nrtuerj No. 2ch»u, ia«t beplumuor. Cine..
DETROIT.
Detroit, Mich., Sept. 12.—Flour—Firm and un
changed. _ , -
UKAIN-Wlicatfirms No. 1 white.ll.3BH; September,
fl.Ws October, f 1.40; November, 11.43; December. ILIA - .;
rear. 11.0.4, nominal; No. 2 white, no sales; No. 2 red,
jl.lUj. Receipts, wheat. li.UWbu; shipments, 11MAJU bu.;
BUFFALO.
lltrrPAio, N. V.. Hent. 12.-0 iiAix-WUoat octlvo
mj linn; mica fifi,oto bu; cnab, 11.43 s year. 11.42; No
ombnr. (1.42 H; September. 11.4296. Coro dull; noail
inlly atubc. Oats neglected. ,
Canal freiuuts— Higher; wheat. Co.
OSWEGO.
OSWKOO. Soul. i3.-GUAiK-Whoal steady. Corn
carco; unchanged. '
DRV GOODS.
NEW Tome. Sept V2.-Co«on goods Ann. with an
upward tendency, and orders (or goods to bo mndo
aro tnkon hy agent* "at value" only; prints in fair
demand and firm; dresa ginghams active and scarce!
dross poods In steady requests heavy clutlilm.
woolens quiet and stead, t spring woolens taoro
active.
COTTONS
NEW ORLEANS. KopL IJ.-CoTTON-Qulet; mid*
dllnp, llHot low middling. lUHc; pood ordinary, Wfo:
not receipts,3.UUo bales; gross, 4.UU; sales, 850; slock,
“mI i.ou’ts.Mo., Sept. 12.—Cotton—Higher; Urms
middling. HHot sales. 2U3 bales; receipts. 1.100; ship
meats, tais stock, U.2SL
PKTROLKUM.
PITTBIICRO. tiepL 12.-I*KTROLKCSt— Very OCIIvOJ
United t'orllllcaios Irregular; very much excitedi
opened at Vie, udvanred lo ttte, closed Rt re-
Uuetl, 80, l*hllttdolphtu delivery; sales. I.UUUAJbrIs.
TURIM2NTIXEI
WILMINGTON, N. C., Hopt. 12.—HPIRIT8 UV TURPLN
TINE—Firm otfifle; yellow dip, gI.SU; virgin, 12.80.
NASBY IN EGGSILE.
Tlio Confoderlt X-Utmtla Hugo In Hu*
! poi»e-.»tr. N«s by I»urU Willi III* Nntv
jludo Oiionlzch lllniacl
lulu aCuimiiiUeo for Use Sui»i>roaalou
orKiifflamd*
TW«lo lUmlf.
London (wlch Is In Euglnnd), Aup. L
1881.—'The troubJnwlth Irish rkllrslioii Is. nil
thongltnters whulh to bo LrlguiU«r-Uomjruls
ami none uv em privates. .
Precisely so with our Longue. Wo Rot nloiifr
very well-lu fact I never saw slch enlhoo
slnsm amoiiK ft sot uv men o/. wu tllsplnyeil.
D’tilmuglmessysvu/. bloml-tlilisty, Mick Iml
dun wnz oven moru limn that, and Klnno
ffllu _ W ell, Flnneffftii could not restrain hls
sulf nt nil. We yoosed to keep In session nil
tho time, and every ImlMiour wu’d rise ana
swear to devote our lives, our honor, and
our sacred foiehoonsto Uio ernshln out uv
Kmilund and the Übcrashon uv oar imtlvo
C M , lck J Fndden would pace tholloorhy tho
lour, uud wrlnff hl» hands, and wonder how
onir Irelinm would huv to emlnnr the l>-
ranny uv Kimlmul, mid shriek, Wood that
Uio lime furmrlklnUlonuulhlowwuzconlo. , ’
Then the rest uv us wood soothe the okrs
cited ninn, and show him Uml hiunnst eiir )
hts linpusheneo and bldo Ids time (Irish
OKltatersaro tronionjus on bldln Uiertlmo—
t*s a yurt uv Uio proleshn); that nulhln cood
bo done UU wo hed funds; Uiat to rush Into
Uio conlllek onpropured wood ho to Invito
defect: and ho wood sit down Btonnilly and
mix h\ssulr a tfhtss uv Irish whisky, and
grit his teeth, and drink It, and bo restored to
a eammer statu uv mind.
From tho Una clrklers we Uhood contrl
busliens como In ruiher slowly, but ther
wuzeiiutr lokeopus In uslato uvcompaiu
live comfort. Wo hed oz jit made no or
iranlzushen, ami overy one oponeil the letters
ez they come from Uio posl-otlls oz ho could
irlt holt uv urn, and pul tho cuntencu Into his
own PueUll. I ruther think I got my sheer,
though i notlst with flls/rust thet O’&lmngh
nessywuz very liulustilous and ruther act
ive In the eoz about the Uiuu uv tho delivery
UV At l all (evcnco 1 determined to hov a regler
organization, and hcvtho sacredcozrun on
suUiln like blznls principle, they al
agreed. Every man uv om sworo ho wuz do
vulld entirely to the sacred eoz, and that he
wood servo It In any capacity. Uo wanted*
tube Uio humblest uv England's ussulluimu
and Ireland’s Uefondeis. Uu wuz wllllMflo
IUI an unknown and unhonored gruvof»all
that ho desired wuz to be pul somewhere
where ho cood servo Ireland.
Inmnlnatld Mr. O'Slmughnessy oz perma
nent President. A „ , „ ,
Mr. O'tihuuglincssy peromtorlly declined.
Shoodho take that position U wood look uz
1 tho ho wonted honors. i\ol ho wuntld
sinno {time uv tlaiiif(M% skiiiu Ijlium* whom
llu>i(* wii/. work lo do.
Mr. Mlri; Faililun ilivllncd llir I’ri‘sl.lmirv.
ami Ml did Mr. Fliiiii'irnn. Finally >ll'*
FikI.I.'II si'Jr.itrd that tlio urgiliilwislirn shuud
ho tit follow.*:
I’rt-sldiml—Mr. O’Nnshy.
Vlpc-I*r«sl«leiit— Mr. (/Slmughnossy.
Secretary—Mr. Finnegan.
Treasurer—Mr. Mick Faddcn.
lie wuz wlllin to assoom the arjus doolies
of opiitn thu l«*tters nnd reseevln and dls
bnrsiii Urn funds. Wat bo wnutld wuz lo
work for the coz, .. ... ~ , .
Mr. o’Sbaugbncssy objectld. He foil that
he wuz bettor lilted for the offls uy treas
urer. I Join'd eggsperlnco In flnansbel mat
ters, and needed Urn arjus work uv rawmvin
nnd dlsbursln lo keep himself In tndnln for
the great evenco Hint wuz to follur, Ho
shood bo Treasurer. . ... ~
Mr. Finnegan wnnlld lo know of tbo old
story was to up repentid? .Mston tlm verge
of success, wuz wo to fall by dlyldUi coun
cils and by wrong selections .• Hu wuz Uio
only nmn uv the four wlcb wnzfitted fortlmt
noslshcn. and lie sbuod consider tuo coz ez
lost cf any one elso wuz put Into Uio place.
For the sake uv Ireland, by tno memory uv
her wrongs, he Implored the organization to
paws nfoic they pul anybody else In It.
At Ibis idnt I arlz. I boned that no Rich
wild councils would prevail, Ez one thor
oughly and entirely devolld to Ireland. I felt
competed to say that thor wuz but one
of the four competent to III! ttio place of
Treasurer.* This was no time for false mod
esty. This wuz no time lor hangln hack and
shlrkiu the performance nv sacred doolies.
Abandonln my haultooal reserve, I wood say
that uv the four 1 was the exact nmn
for that place. 1 did not doubt the patrlo -
Ism uv O’tilmuglinessy, the zeal uvMlek
I'addcu, or the enthusiasm uv Hnnegan;
but, when It conic to npenln letters conlalnln
renilttances from servant-girls and labrors,
and tukln charge thereof, I laid over the
U slttliln n 1 dill for Hid Jlbrrnsliun uv Ire
land, groanln ez I did habitually fur her
wrongs—no man lied ever did more grumn
—I bed often got up In the middle nv the
night lo groan over Ireland s wrongs—l
rood not bear to see her coz wrecked by In
competency or Inetllclency In so Important a
place. I cood open more letters Inamlnlt
limn any wnn uv cm, two to one, ez I bed a
combined paper-knlfo ami letter-opener,
wlch I bed purchist with my own money,
and had not charged to the assnulashen. 1
wood serve Ireland by being Treasurer .uv
Uio Assoalashen. , , ~f
Then come a wild scene uv disorder. Wo
nil wnutld this posishen, and the upshot uv
it all wuz. tlic assoslaslien broke up In a row,
and dissolved. . , . ,
Kvervman uv us made a rush to the post
nitis to secoor.wat letters wuz there, for each
nv us considered the others luul sinister de
slnesandwuz aclouutld by mevsenmy mo
tives. . . .
1 hev abandoned these men, and organized
myselt Into a assoslaslien. i bev a list uv
olllscrs. all with good Irish names, but I put
unto my cirklcrs, very carefully, this line:
••All contrlooosliens to the sacred coz must
be sent direct to Mikael O’Xusby, Treas
urer.” 'Hie oibers hev also organized their
selves Into assoslashens, but ez I got my
drklers out llrst labelling In the first bur
'tFlnncgan, bvtho way, coodcnt organize
lusself.ez he didn’t hev money eiiull about
ids person to pay for nrlnlln. lie her. lulled
for lack nv capital, lie tried to borrer uv
me. but I laftiilm to shorn. LenUin ain’t
my best holt. . 2 .
I hev excellent ground now to go on, and
I slid succeed beyond a doubt. Ihe spccllie
nbjlck to wlcb the funds I raise Is lo be ap
plied Is the purchis uv gun-coltmi and clock
works to be put onto English steamers In nil
parts uv the world. lam determined by the
help nv Urn patriotic servant girls In Amerl
ky to entirely destroy the British inarceii.
Do away with tho sooprenmey uv England
on the sea, and she Is gone. Her shins are
her strength. Destroy them ships, and
•hiulaml Is ez weak ez Sampson wuz after
is head wuz shorn. X will bo England's Dell-
course thei-o will benfrlteful loss uv
passengers, and most uy 'em will be Auiurl
kins; but war Is war. \o« can’t five Ireland
without bloodshed; and so that theconm- ;
bushpiis uro liberal unuit 1 don’t kcur who Is
killed.
However, onlcss money comes In much
faster than I eggspcct, tho loss uv life from
this enterprise won’t he alanmn. It costa a
great deal for n agitator to live In good style
in London, and my eggspenees will, of
course, come out first. . ,
1 saw a Dook today in his Dnokal carriage
surroumled by his tuiiiyuns. Possibly, when
tho British (Jovoriimeui knows who 1 am
imu what my fell purpus Is, It will oner mo
u Dookdum to desist. Kuglaml hey. glnernl
lysupprest Irish uprlslhs’by buylu up tho
agitators, and who knows but that 1 may yet
be tho Dook Nusby. and hov carriages turn
Hankies? More slncler things than that hev
happened. "Dook Aashyl" It hex ft Pleas
am sound. In the hope of It, 1 shell labor
Incessantly to make myself a terror to En
gland.
1 mist I slid begin to reseovo offers from
tho Government In about four weeks.
MtKAIil. O N ASHY,
(Agitator I’orteshacl).
Jennie Cramer—Ar»e«lc Eating'
7V (/ir Editor <*/ the Stw York Sm.
Tlio wiseacres of Now Huron bnvo not found
the murderer of Jenulo Cramer. and novor win.
The facts of tbo Coroner** Inquest, and tbo re*
murks of several witnesses, with tbo llmlmgnf
arsenic In her remains, fully proved what caused
berdoutb. She was noieu and attracted aiton*
lion from tbo beauty of ber skin, and she was an
arsenic cuter. Like many of ber sox. she risked
her life to produce n fair skin, Hint attracted
oven tbo attention of strangers. Tins drug, as
ionir us used m snmll quantities and at regular
lerlods, Is not dangerous; but It Is dangerous to
cnveolf when ouco tbo bablt Is acquired or
“iWvi n glossy hair, dclloato skin, and flro to
tbo eye. It expands tbo n ngs, and is used and
given to bnrscs and mule* to give them a sleek
appearance; in fact, to doctor thorn up to look
nice for sale. Hut tbo mini who purchases such
animals, not knowing tbo secret of tbolr lino
looks, buds that within n week that they become
worthless, because bo bus not been told to keep
un tbo nrsenio dosu. Lot tbo detectives Had out
where Jenulo purebnsod her arsenic, nnd they
will also tlud that nn over or an under dose,
taken while sbo was Inebriated on tbo fatal
night, caused bur death, ns iho liquor stimulates
and strougtbous Its deadly luihioaee.
G. w. Dvokut. Chmnlat.
SAITFOUD’S QUfGlilt .
sAHFQRDk
aoy
GINGER
Mothers, when Worn Out
With the care* of matornltr. or the household. or
when weak, nervous, and (oratorical, take a dose of
that '* dollcloua Inrluornnti" FANFOIID'H (UNOEII.
No other remedy la so wholesome, palatable, and safe
furdullcato women, jroumt children, and the aged.
Ilewure of worthless Imitations sold to bo ns
■oud. Ask forBASFOUD’ri UINUKH. and take no
other. Bold ovorywtiero. NVKKKrJ K I'OTTFU. Uo»*
ton.
NEW BELYEDEIIE IIOUSE
(KVUOPE.VV
A MODBt* OF EXL'EULENCtS.
Foarth-gy., corner 18th. si. (t'oloa bqasre), K. Y.
Thin now and oiegunt ijgiaUlUhmoni coiuWnos ovorr
puialhlo fautuni ot euuiluri. kiitety, lauiih. und e*'U*
yenleitce. and in Interior erahollubraont and com
iilolonooa of deull It ungureantod oy uny bntullc
Now York. Thu Cultlne It ol tlio tmoti qualfir. Mounit
en tulto or emßiOi IwautltuUy lurnltbed, and baying
all laiprovouiouu. at muduraie prtcet, according w
location. j ogF|t|l EIIUI.E, Proprietor
BEAVER LAKE RESORTIWiSS.v'iifi
•oil or lotto at a hargtln building tliet lor coiituo*
wlih pr.TUoget. ncc-ott lo itiko. cure of wuiagot dur
ing tbaom-o. tiioc ul mien tor board, etc. AdaroM
F. M.HCiJViI.m. adi Won Monrou‘tU. t nictgo^^
DILLS,
Rlaucard’s
D FIT .T iS
Used for SB yoara by tiio medical aw'.obrltlai of F.«.
tom iad America, tn hcr«ful«»» C uiiantuiloun]
WeukuvM, PtierueaN ul I In* Brood, uud ull
Kllrclluna wbetu it 1« toiUwi Iboblooo,
*u aatoallmuUlo and rvtfuUtu |U iwrtodioUcoutws
They aro au excellent lomo for lyiupUaUo Mid
daulUuted oouatUuiiona. .
IVtco 16 tx-uU and i>cr battle.
K.Foujcra ib Cu.,N. Y., Avenl* f-»r llie U.W.
Hold by Drub*tfb«t» feudally.
ST. JACOBS OIL.
FOR
iiieunii,
Neuralgia, Sciaiica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soronoss of iho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellinas and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Bar and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
and Aches.
Ko Preparation on earth equals St. Jacobs Oil U
a Miifr.aure, and cheap Externa! Uemedy.
A trial entails but the comparatively trimnc outlay
of 30 CentM, and every one suffering with pala
can have cheap and positive proof of Us clatiES.
Directions In Eleven Languages.
BOLD BY ALL DEUQGIBT3 AND DEALEBB IH
MEDICINE.
A.VOGELER & CO.,
Hafftmore, Zld,, V. 8. At
SAWS.
Curtis & Co.
40 Franklin St., Chicago
811 to 819 N. Second St., St. Louis,
Manufacturer* of rnrii D*»frtpi{rm of Circular,
.11111, and CniMt.Cui Saw«|
Wliolwilo Pfv-i'T* ju IttihlM-r mid f.ealljer
licitlnu. Pile*, .tlandrel*, CaiU-Mooli*,
Ktuerr Wheel*. !jaw (JimiiitiTK, I I'm'l*.
miil'i'lSaiv and I’lniiintt .>llll MiiM»lle*t
Bole Manufacturer* of Lucktrnnd’H Patent
Slotted Circular Hawn. KttrySair trarranttJ.
AOESTi) Foil lifpntrit.;/ mr*fuU<i (tom.
Our New llhiMirntcd Cntaluauo
Mailed free cm B]’]>licaUou.
~I*I(OrOSALS.
KOTICB TO COMIIACTOIIS.
Heated proposals will bn received until Hnpt. 25. ISSt,
nt tlio oilin' of the Pueblo liulMltitt mid tnvuMmcnl
Company. Pueblo. Colo., for emuiruetliitf a Un't-ehi**
brick hotel IniSlibm; In Pueblo. |.*u feel by 1.1. lent.
lourMorh 1 !* In tiUbt nl»ov« the bneemunt uml ui con*
‘“Muiu'unirineclllcaUon. «my seen nt the ofllco of
Ilia eotmmny In Puub.u. Colo., or nt tli‘.‘ oltlco of » •
W. IlUVlNlll'O.N.nrchliect. lloow St. Il l Admu»-BL.
imist he nceomnnnlcc! by n written enarnn
too or two ro*|)nnn(bl« |iartlea thul Mich bidder «111
emertmo a contract mr me n.n.mteUnn of sabl
hotel, and that they will become sure Ins a bond
to be rlimed by tbo bidder «» prmcipni for mo faith*
fulporlornmnce of unlit eonirnct, should me contract
bo awarded in such bldde-. . ,
The company, roiorvo the rloht to reject any and
all bids. order of tho Executive Committee.
KKUI) ItAMIIuI.I.AU. Secretary.
RUPTURE CURED.
RUPTURE cdiied
Chicago. April 11. is*i.
DR. PARKEB—DHATI Stitt After ruilurltiß many
years wiiu a very l«rn« scroinl hernia,, and ttndlnit no
relief from any truss 1 could ilnrt. uuill through your
skill and new uppilunco yon not only remim-n tuo
rupture wtioro others had 1 'll 1 , o . w u-r !> n TtfAV‘i 1 t v tu *
i«iiriul tftA hnrnlri. aUiktKl/. llUl'.uAii.'i
oßicc.tai K Wiulilmiton-Ht-
The principle a new one. No operation wheieror.
No dnmrer , Incurred. Manufacturers of Llastlo
blocking., UUTMAN A l-AimKll.
Office M Httue-at.. CUlcnrfo. Ill*
JA7£^
ItAFFORD’S inks.
Universal. Will* Illnrk Olllcc,
Cninmerclnl. Mulct Combined.
Chemical J'luld. Violet llluvk Copying.
Wholesale nml retail.
GEO.i E. COLE & CO.,
BTATIONKHS AND IMUNTKKS,
80 Dearborn Ht-
JiJtOyCUIAL CIGAIIETTES*
i r»p.lo(Ti‘ri»' Orluinul IlroncUliiH-l-x*
L nrette*. I«ir the relict mid cure ot
i CulnrMi, Huy Kuvcf, Uuurneitc»a,
> W ) i old*, (‘ouch*. AMlmm. Mronciiltlt.
oncii-ive Urcutli. oto.
“K vBCraHvS sold by uU awnii-.
F. KlllH SfUI'UKNS * CO,
MEDICAL,
oOCIARKSt. Chicaco.lli
Ckftrt*r*4 by lb* SUI* *f lllla*1», Ur tb* *p*»ltl. aflaktllakn*
•PMdf nr»«r PrlfH*. It*ran»**td f **•■!» Ulaatt**.
06c«noun—tto4ud >w *. bubJ*ji. .0 w U k. w-omlj.
br. LL'l'gH I. « *rv»uil* -if »>•■> Irgula. (AII.'I aim. *1 a bonlirl
XUlk*l Cull***,, k wall knn*n tn lha Pirlfir »#v( »a loumVr ■»!
Om mMiimom brlla.n* Mnlktl indikit*, but tr*nrlt.«>, and il »•
«.|1 know>■ t%el lh»l l"t IS V**r» L* I*. i»nhn> I hluiwll In tbt
lluj* trvi ir,ilm*nt A S»»u»l »n 4 Cl;»*nli* pi*.*!,., Jhu« |l*>nc bln
•ik’biitvn lhal r,w Mwu. Ur. LICdB kd.lfr*.*. I>i0n»ll |»rllai
Ivlr m IU..W ■!.« IIM. *ltw<ly lU.rd i| l .ni»lv„ un.l.r U»» •M*®f
lfuor*m*l.ain.lii« '•haiUliui. Ire hi nbniH tb#v h*»* t,c*ir«J no
Worfiu,*ll* «be,lit f»*(. ha.a .leu* lt*o. mo>. harm than yvod.
Madlctna, Ik* ill nUi.r *lam no.l ■»’>)•*'
nnutf of 11. o.lr*m*. H»- k .muWii»ll-n at r»iti«ill»* ot
ml rur»ll»*J««ft, Or. LCfiS b*. to krrknga.l ho Umlu-.M
thkl 11 will >Brrd net auly l*im*lUU nllaf, bat r»rnuß»nl«mr*.
11 AM II A BlCftl Wbu ki* *aff*tl.ig f'.un lb* dknmlf|
I Dll Nil NIIIN *it**la «f yeuibliil Imlktrriinn. (b*«n
JLIWAmd?*"VW7« (ha-in* <■( lb. toU.wlr.rf" U ,p-
Un S*rao«* kid Ph|*lul loWllljr, l-pkla*** ‘‘••"•I
tkpu ly. liktl S*kbk«J, lb# ***«»■. kkbky»lrd Vl*
Ufilt. (uatu.lan at td*k«. Dali kod io«» u> Hrtlllkk»f If Ibk
Kir. Airr,l««UbMl*<r. o**j.kkd«n»r. Plnpln •• Ibr Ik**,
U.**(Kkif|;,kkd tfisuiHJ nr IrlkkllM. Vijwr l-m
U« Vd .ntr, >4l r» linnb.r *»a «r* Uil «|.|*uu l>ll>B lb* Iwk t>d
not Ul hIH iKt.l* tk<UbkC a.Ur yea Irnm p'raJlnr »>'
kaoulilae kltintnlt. Mtky »u.l ii»lar»ll> rfkd veunKu.Mi,
*kdu«*d 4>U >*hlu>, b*. ptr'iult*.! bt> ikl* Ik ruu kuJ nn. HklU
rwkj bk luklU-l, kn.l bn»U» drill. . Ulm.l I'in.
Rnuamter, thkl •• PwrUllkkOok I, (ha Tblaf of Tl»«. ao l»y
Mid* jour HXklltJ ptbl*. kii-l tnu.ull w>* «l.u tbr-ruoalily <ib4«r
•tkixU y<nr kllut.nl. knd nho kleu* ■’ll bk#w >*u» »•»*. In •••
tlMo>-ktWa, And iHiurfaml ntlkf for kn kllmakt ibk. bu u.kJrdkjr k
Srwbtry t’hl bl|bl hUreui Th.nttkUdl u|«.» "I wr", .n
*uod tUadloi In lb*i«c'kl world, ut ,Kuuilnrnc« In th* wetMoi
fSHBiMn*, •( rullur* nn I raSu.mml. nr* in*Uy i.,Srrii>c fe-nt
(rail* uf Ihalr 4*la<.. >h* »r*U ol wbUh warr m«h daring m.n.fkU
•I ihnaghUrttMH. Voong nun, t ain nnd gu* nwtn lh> .«n.|-n.on,
DfMk lb* mirror tar nr»l b> takuollita ibUlkiU Oju
(Mtrul IHa urn nt Pkla, or bk.t h* lb* dktlon nf * Wrb.lrr.b*
could uot iMval to vna inora dncarcly Man. Ihluk of Otr (rnU*
laiwei ib*inotb«r wh.i bora you. tacOl lha idrmllng •.■tul.td an
kniiaiMl.Ui, Wl *our nlnd wonder U.k lo tl.r uiwb rloruliad
muumli at* lorlng Mtir,nod rronoUi «>.»l tou *r* U..l*y
Tbo ugh Tkaiiuy f*rUi*iim»«l #ll v~r Il*llonli'.«k'v.tbrtlo.*
Uulaatllkblakilua. ■ha* |«ar brlllUray •111
Ink.lorf »«a • Hakkdkd wrark on tha Ob.of.nt prid*—«rrfi».r. ler
•nlittii id leal; •* *«bf*»a lha o|i»rtanil* k*H i*«r*.iiii»lr m
InugM. U »oa llalui HU a.l war pk.l man » OonU
UwU youra*lt wkh tha Ihnuabi that k.ura ajjll brl|. «lj»in b*r »
doing io you nnianlv t»u lb* ll.in*, bul lomll "fMIIUIi
übnnfF AMn iStiP
krcouipkkU.l b* k dlghl wUoi or U,f ? iu '* Sif, Jt?
tfssE'srsSss
r>.nTi. oaoo
> .*«n,balOaap.y» | ln , »y^i
DR. KEAN,
173 bourn CUra-fit., CUicajo.
Conauli i.o.aumuir or of man. irott of wunie, oa tU
chiuHlc uuoaaoa, Ur.J. tUanll
sr,rxar.vr^
MANHOOD HESTOHED.
A victim of early lumrwdtmcu. couatn* iiortou:a Up-
Littiv. iirciuaiuru decay. «ux» havluu triod In fain
evury kuuwu rouutuy, Ua» diacoyorod a aliuplo uieiii*
ui >uii>eur«. wblvU M will aoml iroa to tua tollo»*aufj
iS"li^ t lai“«Slj.U.lltEVE=.iJCluu.4 U ,-.1.,A. K
LAKK XAVKIATJOS.
GOODRICH’S STEAMERS.
TIJIIR TAm.R
For Ilndno and .MHttihiKoo twice dully a. m.
and hj>. in.. Snnrtnr tnorninß otcoplcd.
For t»mna Haven. tin Milwaukee, twice dally at 1
a. (n. nil*! n n. ni.. Bnndny morntns excepted.
For Mn'boyuan. .Manitowoc, I.mhmrton. <»nd Mnnll*
to**, dally at » n. id.. jr morninu excepted.
For (ireen Hay. Menominee and bay porta. ICowau*
pee. on l ., nl T n. m.
For K*<ouini.o. Fnvo to. Menominee. Btnra«»n flay,
nnd all l.ikc BnperloMnwns. via K«ennnt>n. Saturday
F<>r Frankfort, riorporu Arcadia, etc., Tuesday at 8
n. ni. nnd .■‘uiiinlar <u J n. in,
liocki fool MiciiU:ii>*nr.
EDUVATIOSA h,
JNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
Entrance Examinations for 1881.
Examinations for admission to Urn Department of
Mienitnre. rMenre. and the Arte, will l>o (mid at Uni
Colvorslly Foot, 51-77: to tho School of l , Hitrrtmcy,
M-pi.sl: to the Department of I .aw. Fept. 3'i-iWs to
tho Department of Medicine nnd Fnraery. the! olleire
o( Dental *nntery, ami tho Homeopathic Moillcal Col-
of eollexlate Institutions In aoodstand-
Imr will bo admltiod an candidates .for the advanced
uml professional denreos. A. M,. M.b., I’h. D.. M. D.
I. 1., |S„ D. D F .on presemuUon of their diplomas,
rrlihnm examination. . ,
The Department of Literature. Science. and tho
Art* open* courses of study lendlmr to tho ucarees of
A. 11.. 11. «.. H. 1,. Ijitln. 11.1.. Knullsh. CItII Knalnecr.
.Mlntnir Miu’lneer. nnd Mechanical Knatnecr. and A.
M.. M. H.. and l'n. I».
Diploma* for proficiency In preparation for teaen-
Inu me ulven lo literary and sciomlllc students pass
im; the required examinations, and diploma* for pro*
lleleuoy In mush: to students of the University eora
plyimc with ;h« requirements of the Ann Arbor
fclinol of Mush; cunnecteil with the University Chair
of Music. .
For further Information and for rnlnlomiea address
11. D. HK.N.NF.TT. Secretary. Atm Arbor. Mich.
Misses Grant’s Seminary,
247 & 249 Dcarborn-av., C'liieago,
For Boarding and Day Scholars.
13th year begins Thursday, Sept.
15th. Instruction in the Kinder
garten by the Misses Howe.
Miss Kirkland’s School,
275 Huron-st. f Chicago,
Will reopen Sept. 14. Kindergarten and
Boys’ Department attached. Private omnl
bus daily from the South Side.
A Live School.
Wldo*nw«Re and up to the time#. Practical Courie.
Prac.lral Teacher#, und Practical Slclhod#.. l**r« at*
temhtncn from all earn of the land. Locution cheap*
or. rufcr. healthier than any lorue cltjr.
•I.MKHONVII.I.f; lIUNIXEN* (01.1.E0E
Mtid KNGIiINII TU.UM.VO NCIIOOL.
The Mandnrd rchcol of it# via*#. Kcnd for college
quartering 0. W. BKoWS, Jack»on»lllo, HU
XMIC
HARVARD SCHOOL,
UIOI INDIANA-AV.. CoroorTwontytlril'Sl.
A rrlmnl for hoy*. will reopen WKUNKHHAT. SKPT.
H. I'rliimry and lilchur department. Careful lire-
Miration lor College. Hie srUiiilllli’ seliool, and bitjil*
neon Ilti*. l.iH-flii'd In tltu best part of the city t eaMlf
uccerKluie by Hut «reot-cnr«. The bultdma Mauds
tree on nil «lilO'. Plenty of llaht and air. lor In
formation apply to ■!. .1. SC'IIObJMiMt, or JOH.> C.
tiKANT.-Htl Indlanu-av.. Cblcdito.
GLEASON ACADEMY
CuniiTor anil nNhoji.fiiurl. «
A Sellout of Imllrlilunl InttrucUun for Hum. Nmn*
UT »«!.«■ .O twenur-M^
2j Uli>hop>cunrt.
WELLS COLLEGE FOII VUL'NU LADIES
Ain-oru. Cuyusrn I.aUe, Y.
Full Colleirlnte Course of Siu-H, with Academic o
Preparatory Depnrlinent. Kuperiui facilities for Hi
s rimienlul and Vocal Music. Drnw.lna. I’alntlnx. A<
Location unsurpassed lor neiiuty anil hcalihfulnvsi
liulldtmi- ■•icctint. Combines extended and tnoroiic
Instruction with the essentials of n reMned Ctirlstla
iiotne. 'I urnis muderuie, session bcplns sept. 14, Iss
tv..d .. msBEE , a Pro „j onl ,
MIS. 101 USG S SCHOOL
For Young Ladies and Children,
No. 2535 Prairie-av., Reopens Sept. H.
PARK INSTITUTE,
A nnr and Hoarding School for lllrl* and Voting
ImdlM. Itfl and W 5 Astit ind*iir., thlcuuo.
A thoroughly onninlred InatUuthm. Exceptionally
lino ndrantoaen In MuMc, Art.and Modern Languages.
rora.JilWUO «wr«"* llg- AE . BATES. ITtelpal.
BETTIE STUART INSTITUTE,
Hnrlncßelil. 111. ThoHtnyeor will commence bent.
14/ Kintilau school for young ladles. course full.
German free. Musical and Him Art* Departments
unsurpassed. Elocution, or riithcr wood reading, n
marked feature. For catalogues apply to
m r MUS.M. MCKEE IIOAIEs. Principal.
HIGHLAND HALL,
FOR OIRLH AM) TOTXO I^ADirR.
Highland Park, on Luk« Michigan. if milt** from Chi*
csuo. Unmirjmn't'd »or education t untl hea ihfwl «d*
Tuu.MKfn and relliumtlnllucncoa.,.t**.! au« on. Hem.
•Jl. Aadrm-aXATiI'bUU n.KIC.JH.. A. M.. I‘flncl|nil.
UAULMOHELUI TAUDIVGL,
3ft West I'oriyslxth-st.. New York. Hoarding and
Day School fur Young Ladles and Cuthlron. lloopens
Hunt. 37. Thorough English course. Dally lectures.
French and oilier language* sjHikon within six
months. Drawing and musical advantages uusur*
passed. -
Pennsylvania Military Academy
sd.
Jacksonville female Academy.
COH YrifF Opens He- t. 7. I‘ropn
ntorv. Collegiate, Musical, and Hue Art Ut
partmeuis. laicallon tmsurpassod. Address
E. F. HUI.CAHD. A. 51.. I'rln.. Jacksonvllle. 111.
UK ION COLLEGE OF LAW,
GIIU’ACiO. ILI«
Tfio Fall Term beiflna HopuSl. Diploma admit* to
ttiu Uurof Illinois.
MISS KICK’S SCHOOL
Koryoiinn l.mlloa und (.’lituircn.fHl North
t'blai.o. rooiMJiu P'oiH. U. 1 ‘M*H* iin-imrod forth®
husiCnlleKO* Kxcolloat advanuntoa imho Modem
l«wn>t»ttnn"-
HERSHEY SCHOOL OF MUSICAL ART,
HUA.su »a MADKWS.VI',
Knit Torm uiioiib Sojit. H. Applications received
ally fnunP >ui» o’clock.
i Tj»» Tteniirtm't
■St>i( WaabluvtoQ uoivtrtUf. IWu AoauitlTifOcom*
& m«np« wSoAdM OcllTHl, Court* of atudf two
AonuHlTermt, wn month# lirr^
.AW SCHOOI
llllntila Inthiatrliil Unlveraltv.
TIIK BTATK UNIVKKtfIW. AurliMllluroi Knal*
ncoriuui CliomUirjri Nulural Hclonco»i Uloramro
und t*ctenoo. I‘foimrulory Cibm. M muon nOmlltuiL
Ksaculnullona Motnluy.fMjpl.il. lorm tiustus B«pU
IK.IMI. Kurclmilani uililruM , ...
** B. 11. I’KAlluin. Kouunt. Chnmpnlmi. 111.
MUE. V.i MII.VA. MUJt. XIKAUFOUIMM
(formnrljr Mr*. Oadoii Uoirmuii'i) KnfllDh. K ranch,
urn! Uuruiuu Ihmrdm# and t/ar HuU«ml ror jfourjic
Imlio* and children. No. i» N\u»l llitny*oi*«uiU*»li«
Now Vork. will roupou rtoiu.ai. Application may bu
iimdt) by loitur orjionmnallr a* above.
I‘AUKVTK IX MKAUC’II OF NOIIOOUI
for tholr children will «>‘dJ'ro»|ieciu«o* of
llio cnuiiirr In I’lSl KNK\ s! MLIIOIM. OlUhCiOllV.
At udlun trout hr mull tic. I*IMKNK\ S Aubnur for
m-biiol* mid Teacher*. Ilroadwar and hourwenth*
>u..New Vurk. *
i-IIKHTXVT B TUKKT HEMIXAHV.
Mm UONNKV and MUa UII.LAVK. I‘rliiclpaU. The
ihirty'iouund roar of till* Hoarding and Oaf bvliuol
will upon Mopt.ai.lMl. at Wls theatnuMO., I‘blladol*
phlu.
A UUAHUATB OF AS EMiUKII UNI
/V vonilty, exponoiu-ei in tencbmit. will
pupil* (or Vale mid llmvurd. Tualiiionlul* of UtgU
(lualim-atloHß. AiMtum K ai, I rlbunu ulticu.
TVAISS IJKBHUYN HOPS AND MISS
jVJL Koltb. !0 t:a«i Tlilrir*nimli’*U<turmor!y -iT
will luoiwn tliulr t rend) HoarUiim ami
Day tcbool lor Yuuntt l4idlo». wliuKindeMardou,
topi- at Ap|iilt«U*m U> luuor IUI tfopt. I.
TNS'nTUTiON FUU THE IMI’UOVEI)
I iHkiriicuui) of «loaf mule*. l.o*lnEMin-i)T.. Uu*
iwuuu tkxiyicvvmti mid Slxiy»i , laUlh**U».. New
Vmk? Tlie wracal articulation •dmonn iho dniniry.
Kaiabllstivd l»fij iiuro oral tuoinud. fcoud lur circular.
GANNETT INSTITUTE
t«ir circular uddroa* Unr- li Kllllti K(I A N.N Kt“t. A.M.
Morgan I’urk Military Academy.
TUulicat U»f*' HourOlnji ticU'Kil in ilia Wi*»l. I*n>»
oarua tor L’ollauß* Hclumlilo ealiuol or *lu*liiu»i. u Ixj*
i-ultoii alirnciivo uml oiuraiuil. Boaaloii be«mi K« }>£
U, Iml. sou<l iur tuU urfuo io tiiwu bl». .N. MUK
| > am> Loolt tu.« ill.
TALOn-M'
IIIAUI VAI.I.EV t'OU.EUB. „ ,
PnrlntflKin*.' Warroii LM..O. «t*»i equipped Train*
In* ecbuuMu Ui« Hutu. ► orPolh •»«**»•■ BtHdlur
ctfL-ulur" KIUKNUU. HW'rtiU.A. M.. I‘ruilduuL
UUIIIOAN li/iur. Hi 11001., i'ooiikm. .N.V,
Kur bo»». FuUiulbd WU. Hub u. |i(W iwr annum,
bur bojr». WILLCOX. A. M.. fnoulptl.
|>ce .akin (N. V.) klltltitry AceUeiwy.-k'orclr*
culart eUdrvM CuL C. J. Wkiuut, A* M.« i iiuciu*l»
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AiiuivaL* and~ i) [•:pautO im>: op l
TUAI.NH—KXPIiA VATHI.V O** lIKfUUBVCB
•Maukh.-tj*ntiifi!tif oxcnpluj. *Surjtl uy oioeptdi.
{Muinlur oxcoptod. iOttlly.
• lilphso .v Vnrt.itV(*'(Ari
for Miipp.Tinin-fnnH.sloop na-cif
ntiP'ynidM’inrlfd-. Jlrmd I’ael
nnJ ilupm curmir of Walls und
*rt Rnlltv
larnccomov
aide. Cairn-):
1 Kl.ul«*sw.
Marshalltown Rxpresi...,.,.
Cedar Hao-ds Exprua* -
I'urlDc Fast Line
Hhoix CUf A Vnnkton
uinalia Nluhi Express
Cedar llaphls Nunt Express......
De« Moines Day Express
I»o- Mnlnnfl Muht Express
Hhmx City X Vnnkton
Freeport, Uockford A Dubuque...
Freeport, Uockford A Dubuque..,
Freeport anil Hoiucford
l.nkol)imora X Elulu
Milwaukee Express
Milwaukee Fpeclnl—isundays
Milwaukee A Drecn Hay„
Milwaukee I’nssenter „
Milwaukee I’assenxer ...
MIL tireen Jlnr X Marquette
Drern liar. via Janesville
M. I’anl A Minneapolis Express*.
Fl. I’nul A Minneapolis Express...
Flerre A Denrtwnort Express
Minnesota A Contra! Dakota......
Minnesota A On rat Dnkoin
oshkosh.via Janesville.
lake Koneva......
t.ako tinner.i
Klein Express...
r.lirln Express
Klein Express
Klein Express
ElxinFunday Express.
Chlmisn. Ilorllnstoa (Julnry Rnl
For Mop*. Time-Table*. Hlooplna-Car Acer
thin*, apply ntfio Clark-st* Omncl Faclfl
loot ot Indhinn-nv.. (irunrt Union liopol
1 louse, and ti i.anal-su
Leave.
l.(lalcsbiirjf.Ou«wa A Strcalor Ex
/•Nebraska Express ...
(.Dubuque A Sioux City Express.
fiAmlHiy. Itock FulDAHtorloiß hx
liDovrner r Drove Acwnnm.Htafn
b.MontannA I’nclhe K.xprus*
Joseph.Atchison A'Topeka Kx
Mtan-nsClty A Denver Express..
Aurora Sunday I'ancrmcr
bAiirora Fus-omier
bMemloUi A OUawu Express
I.St laiuis Kxpre«*
Mtockfuni A Freeport Express...
(•Aurora rassenaer
/•Aurora I'Msentfer
cDc* Mnlnea, Omaha A Lincoln
Nlaht Express
Vaclflo Express
fTexns Express...
riKnnsusCliyA Fu.loeNLUt Ex
/•Freetio.t A Dubuque Express...
Wed. A HnU Theatre Train
fi:OUam
10::«ln m
Uiliinu
11:4.3 n rn
Il:tt3nm
UiUpni
IJ:;iipm
Is:dlp m
I :U3 p m
11:511 p in
4:81 p ni
4:7ii p m
4:81 p m
fi;Aj p m
C:*r> p m
o:tt3p m
p ra
fl;lrt p m
Ihlfi p m
Fillip rn
U:5!3 p m|
olinllr. MMIly. except Hundr
Pnturdny. d Dallr. except Monda
Dubuque trains learn and nrrlr*
pot, fool of 1 .ake-si.
ty. flialt
Coi
Chknco. Hllwnnkpe «ts fit,
Union Depot: Comer Madison, Co
Ticket Odlces. ui Clam-su, Pat
PaclUc Hotel. and at l)»wt
• l*nnl Tin
anal, and A«
itmsr lloufM
I.earo.
Milwaukee Fast Mall,
• Hsitt p m
• f.tUJp in
(10:1 in tn
t li;i« p m
MOiliiu m
t V:iUp m
Waukesha AUcunomowue Kx...,
Milwaukee, St. Paul A Mlano-I
npoil» Kxptess trains \
Green Par, Meunsna, and Ap*»
pleiun Express trains }
Milwaukee. Madison. Prairie dt
Chten, lown, and Dakota Kx....
Htnrens Point and Audi md Kx...
Milwaukee, Madison, usd Prairie
du Clilon Express
Ltbertrvtllo Aecommodn.lon
Klpin nwsonxer
Dubuque A Cedar Rapids Express
Dubiiqe Nlcht Express
Klaln K Kirkland Pas'nxer (dally i
Klidn Special Past Express
l.ascu itecumm.mailen
t-flifflntn
t«:(Upm
♦10:10a tn
♦ fi:Al p tn
♦ l>:Ma m
‘K»:tO a ni
rti;iu p in
4:01 p m
♦ ft:l3 p n
♦ tisXt n.n-
Trains for Humboldt and North
a. m. and Ui.lt p. ni.: noire o:4j n
dally. Sunday# excepted.
Chicago leare :»U
u m. and 7:44 a.
Clilcnixo «V Alt
Union Depot. West Side, corner
ms.. between Madison and Adi
TwuntyllilnPH. Ticket Office#,
Clark-su, Grand Pncitio Hotel. n
Madlton and Canal,
nrns-st. bridges. and
, at Depots, tusoui
and Paimor House,
Kansas City, Denror. Pueblo Kx.
Kansas City,Santa F 6, New Mex*
} 11:00pm ; 7:Mu a
* «C!i)a ui * 7:15 0 a
} tcidp in l } 7:JJ.» .n
iCo.ArlznimACnllforahi Fast Kx
St. Louis. Sprintfdeld A Texas....
fct. Louis. sprituiileld A Texas....
Mobile A New Orleans Kxpress..
Pcurio, Keokuk. X Hur- 1 via
llnuum Past Express.. tChonoa
Pekin a Peoria hx. via Joliet....
htreator. Lncon.Wastiinai'n Kx ,
Juliet A Uwiutu Accomniodailiin
• P:tua in'
• I'.tllu ml
} U:Ulp m
■ unilanil
*U:lki p m
• .VIU p ml
Illinois Central Rn
Depot foot of Ijike-n. and foot 01
Ticket Offices. 141 Uondolpli-st.,
PuciHu Hotel, and Palmer Ilium
tllroai.
If Twontr-second-kt
. near Clark, Grand
♦ SSOn m } i;2da ni
} h;:Dptn ♦ B::iJpm
• C;4'J u in 4 7:411 a ut
; H;:npm ‘ s;:vjpm
• *;«)» tn J m
) H::up in ; s ; :»p in
* in ; Trim m
» 8;:Oi»n- ; 8::i)p in
♦ s:4<Hi m * el::tip nt
St. I.onl? A Texas Express
SI. I.uuls A Texas Fast 1.1nn,,,
Cairo A Now Orleans Express..
New Orleans A Texas Fun Bx.
bprtnpiluld Kxmess
Fprliiktleld Mctil Express
i.Peorlu, ItiirlliiL'ton A Keokuk,
rl’eorta. Ilurlliikton A Keokuk.
Ponil.-ic ACtmiKwortU Express.
I’liuinwonti Kiprosi
Gilman Pussctiuer
llillmqiie A J*luux City K press.
Dubuque A bloux City Kxpress
■ s;i‘ ( p ni •lu.tXla m
• f.i'i'i p u linuiam
i intjar -7;isam
| • u ar^.nnt
/»—<)n Hntnrday nti-tu to uilrmtn only,
e—On Huturdar night runs (o i'oorla only.
Warmth. HL I.otiU at PaelOa lCott wnv<
Union Dodot< Hutto and Tmilfm-sta. All siate-st.
cars run to the Depot, and Wentworth-u*. cars pm
within o.to block. Ticket Ottlces, Houttt Cl«rx*it
j'almer Douse. and Grand Cuomo Hotel.
PUlX)llHAGulfExDresi.» nx •7:3) pm
bu l.oiil* X Gulf I 1 ait Lino } «:(Upm } 7:3m m
Kama*City X Denver Ka*t Ex... t3:BJpm ‘3:30 pat
I'corm, llarllrißlon X Keokuk Ex b;Uiiii: *3:3Jiiut
Coona& Cekin spociat .. ‘ mai it ni } 7:.(U nit
bprlna.,eld A llanmtial Fw |,in» *l3:;a) p m * i;3i iim
I Dolly. •Dolyexcept 'mulars.
N«TB—Pullman Hlecn'ng-Cars fr
Louts, Knnsai City, and i'oorla. I'
with revolving chairs, Chicago to I
cllnlni-Chnlr Hloeptng-Cars Cblcai
KansasClty. Nochnngo of Day <
*ju Louw t>r Kansas cut*
Chicago. Hock Island *t I*a
Depot, corner of Van Huron and bl
Dmccs.sut;iork*st.. bnnnun lion
Unuid Pnclßc Hotel. and 75 canal
Davenport X Peoria Expres
Council lilutrs Fast Express
Kansas City, Leavenworth* At*
ciiUon Fast Express
M, I'nul a Minneapolis Express.
Peru Accommodation
Council Hunts Night Express
Kansas City. Leavenworth* At
chison Night Express
Hi. caul X Minneapolis Fust Kx..
H ue Island Accommodation
11 uu Island Accomnmrtuilon
II ne Island Accommodation
H no Island Acconimodaiton
It uo Island Accommodation ,
11 uu Island AccummoduUon
boutlt Chicago Accommodation.
Houlh Chicago Accommodation .
Tliuairo Train
Church Train
•Dally except Sundays., tDall;
‘Dully except Mondays. {Thursil
only, ibunduyaonly.
Michigan Central IKa
ncimt. fool or I4UO-M,und tool or
'Hckul Ottleu. ilj Oluru>*u. •ouitioi
ijulpli, uruud Paciuu Uoml. und>
Mall (rlaMaln and Air Lino)
Now t’urk & lloslon Kx
HpvclalNuw Vora Mxpruaa
Kmunmitm Aucuuinudauon
AlluuUu ttxpruss idally)
Mttlit Kxpresa
Grand itaplda A Muskouun Mull..
Grand llawld* & I’otonay tsxprn»»
oGrund Hapld* ft Mmnujou Kx.
Sundays excepted. {Dully. tsi
nbiturday'a leave at 6:U |>. m.
I.nke Shore «V Mlrhliruii Sot
Ticket unices at qoihUs, Van llui
hullo. THoniy-»ucoml-»t, and re
urn) iro.uhi uihto under ruermai
udlvoi In theUrund I’aoitlo Hotel
Mail (Tin Main f.1n0)..
Hpi’tlNl Now Vurk ft UoatmiKx.
JSVW York Ku»l l«xpru*» ulullri.
AtluiiilK ,V, Y. blxproM (dullyi...
aMutitK»pre»».
«<PnttmUya louvu nllliiWpm.
ozcvi'iod. iinitiworu A Ohlo<
ii l ftttid'l > M«inc iimul. u»J ncuut<b!«>KJ»iUuu Uuua^>.
Mamma Kxprosa.
Kirn
tUallr. •Sunday*excepted.
Kuitkukvu l.tne.
Facltlo lloiul. and Palmer Itouw.
- Loare. Arrive.
Cincinnati. Indianapolis & Loul«* # .. m
Villa Dav Ksnraau .I^ggS
Do Maht Bipru* * 8.10 pm l ? •<»»_«
PHUburc. Ft. Wnyna •fcfhle-'io Wn,, . r r.' ld ;
jjnn-.t, cornur Admnt and Can | il-»'<L 'l‘ick«i u r iioHa
ttti'larlciu I’aliuur llouie. Unuid l’*clflu lluioi, ««•
iu Uupuu
I'ttcitkifcn»r«M Wmiy» I rt*i*K * -m l
ta*. i.im> r ?t *-- :—i-
Vtltalmrtf. c'luviuawil ** uul ‘ \
' iClucmnuU and uu»uuiu Air*)4Uio«-/
Depot, corner of Adaou »**4.ixi 1 xc^u<laij
o»ucea ui Utfpoi mid Ui.
Uar»-au. UfAQd I'ooiau tiuiah falaier
htoiu If i-»p*»'U
- ™. w -= sss-sii
cilc, Uriuk’« t.ipfw*3 (cur.aum >md iUudwlpu-^o.).
Day Kxpre**.,
KMbflUe & Florida Kapre—.
t Doily. except auudam. * Dally.
Cblcaco i ii Oraml Truuk Ballway.
Depot comar of Ta«UU> and Btotwu.
Melt and Biprew...
m*di Bapt***......
mia mas
If lloiU*
Arrive.
• fillip a
*
• J:ir.ii <n
t 7:13 n m
* -.>:(3p rn
irtiinn
l 7:lj.ira
t 7:13n rn
*asMt» it
• 'iil.in n
•lOdlin m
♦limahtm
• Ttlilpm
4rin n m
• •i:in o ra
5 4 nil pm
Mihdlnm
4 rt-.fm m
1 f.;l3p at
5:11) pm
Tntift in
1:01 p m
i 5:il) pnt
i 7:0) am
i in :71a m
i * 7:5.3 p ni
i • 5»;.t3 n ni
i * 3:Plp i*
i • «;1.3a m
i MDi.Hn m
i • H:i3n nr
M*lH:|.3aw
illrotl.
com iiotv-
Iflo I Intel*
9t* Faimat
Arrive.
/«7:23p m
33;:i)pni
f)5:43p at
»3:4.3p m
h 1:43p at
b'Jiljp at
’•s:4>p m
•?:;iipm
KhlSttm
h «: II am
HhSil am
'di):8lo m
B:43am
b7:43aut
-Ifii.V.a tn
.111:55* m
<t o:M«ni
i u.i'ta at
it 7:lsa tu
Htl.Hi m
ty, ozoepc
Ural />•>*
oHwnr.
ldams*slA
so, Grand
Arnrc.
• 2:OJp m
• 4;UJp m
♦HlilWtt u
j 4:01 p tn
I tfM* n
• 4:Olp n
; 7:04 a u
it
I 7:JJa Ji
1 7:T)pn
n
;i:4»p n
It'D p m
; T: 1J a u
H'i'Jln ai
• HiDniti
• utO v it
A rrivo.
pm* 4:43 p m
*• J:tsp Ji
!♦ 4:ii p Jt
5 7;Aia nt
1* 7:45 p ut
■ 2:-* p at
I* U:Wa ra
Arrtt e.
170 tO
r COAOQdS,
, and He*
iQlbu) md
Jhletuotj
Tom Chios
Parlor Day
HU Louis,
itro to 11am
Coaches Ci
aclflo Ro
ihernian-si
use, I’ulrac
ii. corner A
itlrond.
u. Ticket
or tioasu
Madison.
Leave.
*IO:lUn m
•12:115 pm
* 15:30 p iq
*3:45 pot
•3:15 pot
* 2:t* v ni
* U:.'o a a
I U:3Ju a
{11:23 a u
•12:ILpm
♦l2:oft p m
* (i:lUp in
t V:«Wp m
i o:np m
t 11:11) p m
• 0:V» a m
• biUlttin
• 1:15 pm
• *ls pm
• (nil) p a.
• n:;Upm
• 7:tiu n
> C llpn
;il::iip n
a m
>u: IJ a ut
•; li a it
■ H .. a u
• i:3)p u
• l;llp u
■ O:Up a
|U:OJh u
■ iiCtiti it
H:i»p n
[except Hatunlays
ays and Saturday!
tllroai*
. T«reiuy*>eaoo4*st.
jualcoriiuruf ilna*
ui House.
AniTc.
Lcaru.
•Cifflpm
' "UJpia
•M p u>
:;il« ni
:iUitn
:3Ju oi
:Up:a
:.VI p in
it m
7:lHum
I ;VU L* IU Ui
• Oidla m • 7:
» Iliad n ro 9 6:
* H*4U p m MU:
S 6:151) m'J 8:
f Iniup m *t7:
• U:tUa m • •:
• :i;401» m * £>:
► oilmt ml* ?!
jßturauy* excepted.
nithern 11nliw»»
iren*sU. head
o«i*Unrd*su ticket
in Houbo. and ticket
tl mm i'almor Houbo.
l.ouve. Arrive.
• 7:X)Q tu * 7:4Upm
• ii;tuit m * 7:4Up m
} m 1 4:W|iai
1,1:1.1 p in 5 Hiillum
MUtaipm * 6t.'4)>ut
{Dally, •riumUy*
AfriT«*»
• »:aium • B:lUpn
I Silop m HAimM
Arrlvu.
it. U,
/u*i ilia.
il
r ilodt*.
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ArrlTu.
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