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rHE SEDALIA WEEKLT BAZOO, TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1884.
SEDATJA BAZOO TFWfl OF SUBSCRIPTION x Daily, Including1 Sunday, per year f lO OO Sunday edition, per year. ; 2 50 versil sentiment of the district that he is a faithful representative. An Old Maid preferred. Kansas City Times. Through the medium of ouresfeem- ity and hiring herself out as a com mon servant, thereby eu tailing great misery and expense upon her family and friends. Is it not about time that a new svstem was inaugurated &.e5&PeT:::::::::: !S8 in regard to these foolish and rebellious ea evening contemporary, a Kansas psiiy. delivered, per week. 25 , 7 . , .. widower, aged ou, announces that he not only a disgrace, but a disgrace widow preferred. Up to this time with which was attached an msepar- we had thought better of Kansas able and severe punishment instead widowers and our evening contempor- vP n cAncafmn anr bormsm fif KEWS DEALERS aefirnlarlT svnnlied at 2M cents "ner cony. Ail subscriptions payable in advance, and scontinued at the end of time paid for. HOW TO 8 EST) MONEY. remittances may be made by draft, money Older or registered letter, at our risk. Give vostofSee address in full, including state and ronsy, ana aaaress J. WhmJ GOODWIN, Sedalia, Mo. hou r. Sava The St Louis Chronicle. w WwlkLV T A f.flf I The mvsterions disappearance from ww m i m a mWl mi mm m at i w w w v - I A "Mug-Wump." Post, Dispatch. The editor of a newspaper in Dubu que has sued a loathsome contempor- TRUB LOVE IN TEXAS. Oonduot of an Couple on a Train. Affectionate Railroad Correspondence of the Iiazoo. Fort "Wortix, Texas, April 18. A bride aud groom from Sherman, Tex as, boarded Conductor Harnest's train the other day at Whitesboro, Texas. They were fresh, very fresh. The young man worn a lavender tie and they were ticketed for Fort Worth. They were young. The lady had red hair and wore a pair of tan colored gloves with about four buttons. She looked sweet upon her fellow whom SEDALIA, Mo., TUESDAY, APEIL 22, 1884. , . , r . t , , . . .Ji:u w 4. riVj she had just wedded. wmcn sr.. juouis naa reason to expect "J y V UUL 7uuimcu A Bazoo reporter sat in the seat in front on mnnh o-rtmrnns advertising comes "ltu "!c iauLO U1 lUB UUL Fre" of them in a Missouri Pacific coach. . . 1111 i I UU,D kUUt Lite lUabUOUUlC ICIU lAliai f to a sudden and ignoble denouement. Lollop tu iQ;f;ff ttn ,Jn -r . r -,1 v . . 1 x i A 3 X" in spite or tne nair-siimng ieuer in Carl Schurz is to deliver fifty lect- which the missing maiden announces nres in New England. Poor old New her early advent "in li 11" via the England ! In Consequence of Overflow. Kan.sts City Times. For the first thirty miles she rehearsed to him all about her old flames; how she had flirted with them, trifled with their af fections, but all the time her real devotion was directed towardhini whom she had Mississippi river, she is found in the G,fl,o m:.,-: r, . 4i, ,J that day wedded. - , tj1 j i I am proud to know it " he triumph- front with six candidates, and has ant!v remarked. with 9 inoL-of afWtinn. kitchen of a Wash street boarding just begun. Ihis desire on the part Yum! yum ! yum ! yum ! and the con i:i,r;,tl,0 rJoo.llirftiirrli-. of the southeast to ffet the earth may versation went on until finally her head " J J a J I i, 1 :i Ul i "1 i J U i. drnnnpfl nn thfl (rrnnrn's shniililpr and h nut and stirring the suicidal hash. It overflow Qf te 1,-53 look 10 11 lke a Newfoundland pup swal is with a feeling of pain, akin to dis- . .H ' lows sweet milk. The Globe Democrat made a corner on primer cuts yesterday for illustra- tinna in ifo rlnrr n1nmn The eospel, says the Christian Ad- st. that St. Louis settles back on Not the Proper Thlnff. CTVPflfo ?a tho nno ofTonrira i-amaArr far fK SliotTT rosi-LMSpaiCll. wcumui uuuuiu luiuiiua us luni buc intemperance. And yet we have in temperance even in religion. It is the intention of the Elks to 1 il 1. ! nave tnemseives pnotograpea m a rMP' TfhPicturel!beIed.tbe abiding mark in literature. Thackery, "Mugs of Mugwumps," and He im- , 6 , . J! menselv Donular here aud in EuroDe. icKeas, xuier, worgu uui Globe Democrat. How will it be utillized ? Darkness overtook the train, and the oc casional "low joint" only served to bring the couple closer together, until their lips met and parted times without number, and The Missouri republican speaking real issue of the day is treatment of when the representative of Sedalia's great- 1 Li. . t it ji i . I p;f nflfiPr Riiirtrptpri tn flip nirlpt TTnrnPRt of Charles Keade says : "By his death '"e e? u7 we aoumeni uemocra s. rhK had beiterTell th co7w.le of propriety o adjourning the kissing per formnnce to a more convenient season, he replied with a toss of his head : "That's nothing in Texas they all do it." A couplo fresh from the altar, Who knew nnuht else but bliss. Oft his rm did stal around her Acd their lips met for a kiss, FOOTLIGHT FLASHES. Items of Interest to Play-Goers From Everywhere. MOORE'S OPERA HOUSE, Nevada, Mo., Harry C. Mooro, Proprietor and Manager. Population 5,000, Seating Capucity J00. CITY HALL, Cmnto, Mo. Brwnnum 4 Weidemeyer, Proprietors. Full scenery. Seating capacity, 600. WALTON'S OPERA HOUSE. Butler, Mj. W. E. Walton, Proprietor. Fuli sceneny. Seating cap&cJty 800. A7ertisenienu5 at tne neau oi this column, exceeding four linea, 83 per annum. 1 .1:45, or near 12 o'clock, the market was dull ard drooped gradually, beceming weaker under some hammering ot room traders. Shortly after l-SO tbe bears attacked Union Pacific and Ptarted a "re port that owing to a decrease of earnings it would pass the next dividend. This report was emphat ically deuiedby Union Pacific officialB, but before tbe denial became known the rumor had fathered strength and the price of Union Pacific was de pressed 2 per cent, to 67. By 2 o'clock other stocks were also raided to a limited extent and the decline became general. In the last hour the de cline continued and prices fell steadily without a reaction until the cloBe, which was generally at the lowest pnccH of the day. The general result of the day s trading wis governed by the attack made upon the market in the afternoon. All the active stocks on the list, with the exception of Northern Paciuc common and New York Central, closed lower than last night Transactions, 434,000 shares. not 123 1 U6 Bonds ThrAMt iUlCTT-,..M,.... ,, rour-and-R-hfllf Fours. ...!.!!!!!! """ Missouri 6s St. Joe 6a. Central Pacific...:................. uri C.B.4Q Rio Grande 1!!!!"."..." H. & St. Joe bt. Joe nrefprrpd Misfcuri Pacific..:::::::::::::::::::::': m Northern Pacific '.'.7r. 22V Chicago A Northwestern '. i New York Central ....".."."...V.L 1 13 Rock Island w t igy. Union Pacific -T,.,.... 66 Wabash ........7..ZZ 10 Western Union Telegraph .184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11: 665 1 363 12l 15J 83 5ew York Market New York. April 19. FLOUR -Market firm. naiirti-wasn nisiner: ontions rrniinr a,i - ' - KUU on "i luw-7io. - tifncago. )c; ungraded red. 104: No. 2 red AnriL nf.minnllv i rvw. f'ir 6aIe,s' 2.764,000 bushels, at $1 041 06, closiig at 1 0o4. we lose the last of a great galaxy of English novelists who have made an and Charles Keade were contemporaneous workers, and now that England has none 01 tnem lert. it nas no nove The treatment of the negroes by the Hinois Kepublicans does not seem to have been exactly the proper thing. A Fancy Farm Ticket. Chicago News. For president, Rutherford B. Hay es. For vice-president, William A. Wheeler, Platform, "More and a better quali- Thus Ihey journeyed on in Texas Till by darkness overcome. Then the hugging was more frequent, How they lOTed it. yum, yum, yum ! Pittsburpr Points. Pittsburg Pa , April 19.K. H. Turner, the defaulting ticket agent of tbe Pan Han dle and Cleveland & Pittsburg railroads at T 1 1 . 1 . n I irennsyivania instructs oy a vote or writer ivi ou or old who can 200 to 37 her delegation to vote for Up 0upa ;n the RamP. rank. Wilkie Blaise as long as he is a candidate. Collins is of the same era, but he be-1 of hens aud 8triPed bas8 T.. Si ' r 1 "11 I I cjuu-ingirom ine past mat aeiegaiion loneg iQ a lower piane even tiian Like the Millennium. is likelv to have a life time iob so far U3 j iu u Republican. -4-- 1 ivtiilUc. Liic iCHSL Ul kUC mcui uvc tvc m-n j, nt. 1. j ttt 1 ir: t .r r 1 I. j r flGAfr -Rloo-clnT.rrn rno , ' , JLlIQeuiSUta canaiaaie, OUU west -M"US? -unuuop, w., lias returnea irom .TlirrjLZ. nave named, wmie ot tne newer novel- Virginia sends a solid Tilden delesa ists who have made a reputation with- tion to Chicago nevertheless. Doesn't . .1 . . 1 I . T I. 1 . . I n l.'l,. . I. n .'11 ; in recent vears mere 13 not one to oe At juu juat u nine imc lug uuubuuiuui thought of in the company of the five t0 se,e office seeking the man in- 1 11 TTt il. Tit . onnrt oMi. wno are aeaa. jcveu me critics 01 An Exchange says the scaffold on which John Brown was hanged was recently sold to a syndicate ot relic 6 , , 1 , ... n stead of the man the office. 'build ing" has been sold to the extent of England concede that America leads m tne new era or novenstic literature many thousand feet of lumber on previous occasions. It is as prolific as the peach tree General Lee surrender ed under is of pipes and wooden ornaments. L-anada, where he lied with some sixteen thousand dollars belonging to the Pennsyl vania company. He comes back of his own free will, and intends effecting a com promise with the railroad officials by re turning the bonds. NEW ENTERPRISE. A.n application will shortly be made for a charter incorporating the Pittsburg & now fairlv onened, and to American wo. authors the English reading world now looks for the best part of the fu ture." It is hardly possible that En-- lamb chop are good enough. glish critics will coincide that Amer Not Fond of Veal. Kausas'Citv Times. Mr. Stotler does not yearn for Allegheny Drove Yard company. The new vpq p Wp tin Tint h Amp him if. m concern win erect extensive siock pneos in pretty dry picking ami hard to AfSi, low. lioast beef aud an occasional CORN Market ruled higher; ungraded, 49S62c: hr',h6lc; No- 2636 No. 2 April. 62c: May 6'fti619'uC. closme at GSPAo Jnnp fuaxaRovrn Camilla Urpo concertized at South Bend, Ind., last night. Margaret Mather appears at Worces ter, Mass., next luesday night. Charlotte Thompson appeared at Dal las, lexas, last r rid ay evening. Joe Emmet closed a week's engage ment at Boston, Mass., last night. Sol Smith Ru.MHell plys at Grand Haven, Mich., next Wednesday night. jonn 1. isaymona win this summer anchor his family at Long Branch, N. J. Wm. J. Scanlan begins a three night's engagement at Kansas City to-morrow night. Louise Sylvester goes starring next season under the management of Frank C. (jraylor. Joaquin Miller has dramatized his rhythmic story entitled The Baroness of New York." Scalchi sang fifty times this season for Abbey, oftener than any other song bird of his company. Fay Terapleton and company sang at Rochesier, N. Y., the last three nights of the past week. Mr. George Holland closed a fairlv successful engagement at Pope's theatre, St. Louis, last night. Barrymore's play. "Nadjeska" will be sent on the road next season, with a strong emotional actress as star. Denman Thompson in "Joshua Whit- combe" will be the attraction at .Newark N. J., the 24th and 25th. John McC closed recently at was not the most tt fw 1 rrantc v . aanger says ne win revive OATS Ruled higher and closed unchanged- "Drpnms nr Pun in n PKnlncrranh Hallo" cash, 31lc: April. '&(Gtacz Mav. . 7 t tt 1 - Closintr at 32vc: June. Ska:tr ilnainr at ioiyn. next vear, wun jaques Jvrueer in his closine at 6Mc- OA lb Market firm; mixed western, 375i(a33c; white, 44480. SUGAR Market weak: refined, stenrlir siva 5c: powdered, 7lc: granulated. IfolXc: FETROLEUM-Marfcet firm; united, 97Vc. EGGS Market higher at 1515c. PORK Market quiet and firm at 216 50616 75. I ARDMarkt steady at S8 60. BUTTER Market lower at 832c. LEAD Market uulet and wenfcr pnmmnn 8 ??; Chicago Market. CH1CA80. April 19. FLOUR Market firm. WHEAT iExcited and hieher; flnrf lintinna rapid and severe, and outside buvinir orrfpra In- creased; market opened Mc lowe'r, soon rose 2a 2c, declined lc, and closed c over yester- aay: pn, o8.c, closing at 86c; May, 86 oot-jv.-, v-xusiuj; ai, oc; j une, t5OTyvriiC, closing fVADVT' TTV ' 'Ji3- " f'Ug 00iC. i vwxv eiuauu aciive. excuea ana nienerr mar- ulloughs starring tour S,ffin ilhamsburg, . Y. It 5,52c; April. 50l53Mc, closing at 51c: Mav. successtul in his career. closing at Xic; J une, 5356Xc, clos ing at o4gc; July, 54357c. OAT Ruled higher and closed Revenge is just as sweet to Editor ica has a novelist that excells William Nixon, of the Inter-Ocean, as to com moner clay. Senator Logan some time ago exerted himself to thwart the editorial aspirations for the collector ship of the port of Chicago, and now Liberty Stock Yards company lor trade. rromment IJittsburg x Western and Balti more & Ohio railroad officials are inter ested in the undertaking. RESIGNED. Benjamin F. Lloyd, manager of the Western Union telegraph company in this Wants Curtailment. Kansas City Times. Ur tne luu sneecnes DOOKea to oe J U. xAWwW. iUt T U VM Vi) I A. I J Cf I ft m artistic effect or analysis ot character. , . , tlT . c..;nr;nar.,ian n,it;mMrA ru; telegraph company, with headquarters at . mm-m - till Till i. ii r ill r . "Friends of Mr. K. T. Cientry, who WM " Newark, O. demo- i j. asuirea lu ue uuujiuulcu as tne uciuu- Horsford'S Acid PhOSDnate. nnmim.n.n Nnnq -t ill- a-v i ii ii r iiii n i i.rr i r-i r i ii i r u i l a w iui u r i r i ri u i v . oli0Wa ormr TVio T.rkomn hnn I . . . . T' -,xc0. iNewark, JN. S., April jy. Tne Monas- -s, request US to coutraaict a story to tne Dr. w. II. Parmelee, Toledo, O., says : tery of the Dominican uns, the only one doesn't echo through the corridors of effect that he is in a combination with f,I have prescribed the 'acid' in a large va- 0f the kind in the United Stales waso'pened hie extent. the Inter-Ocean buildingr to anv audi- candidates for other places on the I . i mi T i i 1 ticket ney aeciare most positively that Mr. Gentry has all along refused, and will continue to refuse, to unite his fortunes with those of any other aspirant. Our observation ot the workings ot rieiy oi airseases, ana naye oeen amply sat- to-day with appropriate isned that it is a valuable addition to our Bishop WIgger. list oi medicinal agents. ceremonies by The dispatches indicate that the oc cupations of the jury-fixer and crimin al lawyer of Cincinnati, if not gone, have been suspended indefinitely, democratic conventions in Missouri is SMITHTON SCRAPS. FOKBIGN. Think of two criminal convictions in one day in that city. Out of the ashes of her court house, a temple of justice may yet arise that will serve as a monument to the victims of the bloody riot. Judge Kussell, of the New York that, when detected, combinations are alwavs defeated. A delegate con- .... i " vention, representaung tne masses or the party, can generally be trusted to do its own nominating. They expect in finmmon Darlance. every tub to Candidates plentifnl. Rumor says there will be another wed ding in town soon. Miss Nannie Combs, of this place, be gan a select school at Ariton Monday. Sinithton is improving. Five new buildings are nearing completion, and as many more in contemplation. Mr. "White, of Kentucky, is visiting his brother, Mr. George White, one of our tL. -v m I rtfntk1nt VSMinrr 11 Vi a 1 O stand on its own bottom." bt. L,ouis Mrs ur. ivieeK, accompanied oy xum- mett Meek and wife, left last week for Ken- Republican. As an item of new3, the above Will tnr.kv. where thev will pnend the summer. j , - Miss Fannie Ringen, of Smithton, and -h. m -WW W 1 Miss Lilue Jritton, ol Y arrensburg, are teaching a select school at the Smithton bench, used the following singular be decidedly fresh to most of "Mr. lanonae, addressed to Anthony Com- Gentry's friends," as the Bazoo ven- stock, who was in the witness box : tures the assertion that few if any of academy. You, sir, are an infamous and raal- Mr. Gentry's real friends have ever evolent liar, and I say this in defense before heard the charge insinuated. of the dead as well as the living, if there is any man in the state whose Mr. Comstock held hi3 peace. lhehife and actions have been entireiy language was certainly unworthy of dear of the remotest foundation for the ermine, and Mr. Comstock's silence the faintest suspicion of such a charge, to the seven yards oi cloth leit at the News was received Saturday from Castle Rock, Oregon, of the safe arrival of Walker Blandin and party, who left here for the far west. Mr. Wash P. Kelly wishes to hear from Mr. Snoddy, who left here last week r n , , IT . ? r l lor beaaiia. lie warns lniormaiion in re- was an eloquent reply. Mr. Tilden's Iroquois letter said no word of ill health, mentioned only business as a detaining cause, and -wound up a letter, which stamps the man a mudh needed leader, with "Your leader I can no longer be." A republican organ says it is not a great letter; it is not in words ponderous; but it is great in thought great enough to set up an ordinary politi cian in ideas for a decade's flourishing business. Another presidential aspirant laid out yesterday. "Who is there to mourn for Logan Only Grant. . Post-Dispatch. No one can certainly blame Mr. Grant for his sympathy since he has so often time3 "laid out" he .knows how it is himself. But the the fact that many other candidates are in the frequent habit of "laying out" seems to cast some doubt upon the reckoning of the Dispatch. Another St- Louis young lady has rendered herself immortal by rebelling against parental and scholastic author- that man certainly is Mr. Gentry, and such an insinuation can not have oth- or AfWf. than to cause his hosts of friends to rally closer to his support in order to convince those who may Dr. Crawford, formerly of Otterville, Mo., has decided to hang out his shingle here. He comes well recommended and deserves a liberal share of the practice of the community. The Missouri Pacific railroad compa ny has ordered the stockyards here to be be SO uuiUBt as to impute to him meth- macadamized. A Eood move at the right -i i ti u i,.o1t., time, as the yards have bten in a terrible ods, best known perhaps to themselves, cond'ition all in order to gain their point, that the Invitations are out for a private par- frtl,0r,,illp W ty given by the Smithton Jolly club in the peupic juc xi 6 j new hall, April 22. 1884. The managers thecrvof, Woli I Mr. Vjrentrv, line seem determined to make a grand success Ca3sars wife stands Sans peur et sans reproche, and any such unfair mode3 of attempting his defeat will only add to the certainty of his victory. of it and insure every one who attends a nice time and a good supper. EXCHANGE ECHOES. A Faithful Representative. Boonville Topic. Hon. John Cosgrove has introduced a bill in congress to appropriate 50- dressing you want, No Grease for Him. "When Greece her knees Greece her knees Greece her knees," stammered an embarrassed school boy, forgetting the next line of his recitation. "Ihere is no occasion to grease anybody's knees," shout ed his teacher. "Go and study your piece." Neither is there any occasion to grease your hair. Parker's Hair uaisam is an tne Restores tbe original S00fc a public builSfng; to be lo cated m Sedaha, and he will get it, if the gca, preveDts failing out. it can be gotten, jonn uosKve wui pvpr be found looking faithfully, con- American Art, scientiously and efficiently after the Photographs, Engravings, etc, can be wants needs and interests or ms con- exquisitely colored with liquiu An ciore stitutenis, m F - tiona for thi8 beaHllfui art work, with lne peopie oi ocuauo waj .uu. upon him to push the bill to its fur thest extent and use every endeavor to secure its passage. It is the urn- handsome colored cabinet photo sent any address for 10 cents. Welis & Richardson Co., Burlington, YU a to China's Menacing Attitude. Shanghai, April 19. Great changes hare been made in the council of foreign affairs. Priuce Koang, a partisan of Prince Churr has been made president and several new councilors fcave been appointed ; new members belonging to the anti-foreigo party, and snch of the vjceroys as oved their places to Prince Kung, have been dis missed, although they belonged to the anti foreign party. While the accession of Prince Chun to the control and council of the empire strengthens the anti-foreign policy the pablic is awaiting government action before judging what direction it will follow. A False Alarm. Winnepeg, April 19. The reports of an Indian rising at Battle Ford proves incor rect. They were based on the fact that many Indians from the surrounding dis tricts were- gathered there to talk over their grievances and send delegates to Regina and Ottawa. Telegraph communi cation was cut off by the wire" being grounded east of Battle Fard and errone ously supposed due to the Indians. Com municatioD was restored last night. There is no alarm at Battle Ford, and no atten tion is ptid to the doings of the Indians. Bail Refused. Birmingham, April 19 James Egan, arrested '"last weelon suspicion of complicity with John Dly and in whos possession damaging documents were louud, was to day remanded to jail for another week to await trial. The court refused to accept bail. Germany and Africa. Tunis, April 19. Dr. Gustave Kachtigal, the celebrated traveler, has left here for West Africa and the Congo country. He is sent out by the German government, and his mission has political, scientific and commercial features. American Cotton Seed. St. Petersburg, April 19. A despatch from Gov. Transcspian says that several trade caravans bales le't Morv for Bokhara Khiva and Meshed. The Turcomans have bought from the caravans their entire stock of American cotton seed. Summoned Home. Cairo. Amil 19. Sir Evelyn Banner TOritish minister, has been summoned to England to confer with the .bnglish minis try regarding Egyptian affairs. He will leave Cairo next Tuesday. More Massacres. London, April 19. Advices far east bring rumors of fresh of Christians in Loas. from the massacres original role of the protographer. Miss Kate Forsvthe, formerly leading ladv of Jno. McCullough s company, lost several thousand dollars worth of personal effects by fire recently at Xew York city. Henry Irving has written to London to inform his friends that he considers James Lewis, of Daly's Fifth Avenue com pany, the finest comedian he has seen in this country. Messrs. Harrison and Gourlay began a five weeks' engagement at the Fifth Avenue theatre, New York, last Mondav night, be- lore a lare audience, wno laughed almost continually throughont the progress of the play. Mr. Charles Atkinson has secured the sole rights of George W, Peck's play, uThe Groceryman," in which R. E. Graham will star, haviHg been engaged for five years. Mr. Atkinson is manager of the company which appeared at the opera house last eveniug. Miss Emma Goodrich, who last season played an engagement iu this city, is writ ing a play dealing with American life, which will soon be ready for production. It will be brought out at one of the Chicago theaters under the management of Wm. Potile. jr. Milton Nobles' new play, "Love and Law," will be produced for the first time at the Fourteenth street theatre, New York, to-morrow night. Mr. Nobles has selected a fine company, and if the play is a mew- tonous one it will receive a finished treat ment. Miss Agnes Herndon is in the cast. The following are the attractions this week at the various St Louis theatres: Pope's, John T. Raymond, in 4For Con gress:" Grand opera house, McCaull's Opera company, in the "Beggar Student ;" Olympic, Leavitt's Specialty company; People s. Around the World in Eighty Days ; Standard, Kelly & Ryan's Comedy company. One of the best attractions of the sea- mr ''WWW- . son will be jlr. Wm J. bcanlan, the w young Irish comedian, wno appears in Friend & Foe" at the opera house next Friday night. Mr Scanln is the author of the famous "Peek-a-Boo,,? "Moonlight on Killarney,'r "I Love Music, I Love Dancing," and many other popular songs, which he introduces during the progress of the play, He has played three engage ments in New .York this season, and has everywhere been received with the greatest fayors. Mr. Wm. H. Power, who will be remembered as the star and manager of the "Galley Slave',' and "My Geraldine" companies, is the manager of the organiza tion, and that alone is enough to insure a rare treat for our theatre goers. The opera house will doubtless be packed. closing at 32vc: June. 33&333k. closintr at 32- July. 32l:oc. ----- nic .uamei nigner at 60c. KARLEY Market quiet at 7475c. FLAXSEED Market steady at Si 54. PORK Fair demand aud irregular, and elnspd steady; cash, 816 8516 90; May, 16 6016 85, closing at 16 M)(ci16 82; June, $16 7516 97, closing at Sl6 9516 87; July, 16 87ai7 01; year, 14 45(0.14 50 IARD Fair demand: cash. 8 35aS 37: Mar. 88 38 40,closin at 8 35; June, ?S40850, clos ing at S8 45(58 47; Juiy, tS 523 57K. tJULK MEATS Steady; shoulders, $7 00; short rib, 5 30; clear, 8 80. i St. lAniH Market. St. Louis. April 19. FLOUR Top grades about 10c higher. WHEAT Market excited and irregular; No. 2 red, 1 lOforreeukr cash; $110(31 10, closine at SI 09 bid May; SI 071 07, closing at 1 06 for June; 9596c, closing at 955c for -luly; 92i 93c, closing at 92c for year; Ko. 3 red, 1 01 bid. CORN Market higher and excited, but dosed below top figures; 43e cash ; 46a48c closing at 47cforMay; 4949c June; 5051c, doa it g at 50c for July; 45c for year. UAit) Market higher and slow; S4(a34c cash: 33334c May; 27c year. KX li Maraet higher at 5Sc BARLEY Market quiet at 7085c. LEAD Market dull at S3 603 65. BUTTER Market unchanged. EGGS Markefi unchanged at llc FLAXSEED Market firm at Si 60. HAY Market firm and unchanged; prairie. 89 00 12 00; tin.athy, 813 0017 00, COKNMEAL : Market higher at $2 85. WHISKY Lowr at $1 12. PROVISIONS Market firmeT but slow, only io trade done. PORK Jobbing at $16 7517 00. LARDz-Market Jugher at 8 30. Kaunas City Market. Kansas City, April 19. Tha Dally Indicator reports : WHEAT Market higher; No. 2 red cash, sales at 84c; May, sales at S4c; June, S4c bid, 85c asked; No. 2 soft cash 99c bid CORN Market higher: No. 2 mixed, cash, sales at 43c: May sales at 42a43c; June, sales at 43ic. r mc V n V- o. t ? 1 0.1 y l i RTr E No. 2 cash, 51 c asked. EGGS Market firmer at llc per dozen. BUTTER Market lirm and ood demand. HAY Market unchanged; fancy small baled, 11 00 PROVISIONS Dry salt meats, clear sides 9c: clear nh sides, 9Kc; shoulders, 7K cents; long clear sides, 9c; smoked meats, clear sides, 10c; rib sides. 10&; long clear sides, 10c; shoulders 8J4C; barrel meats, boneless pork, 519 00; sugar cured iiKats, hams 134c; breakfast bacon, 12Wc; dried beef 14c; tierce lard, 9 cents. "My hands were covered with little dry scabs. They have disappeared and I'm better than I hav& Deen for 20 years, from using Dr. Ber son's Skin Cure." A. M. Noble, Selma N. 0 July, 3. '82. Jake Kt.tteman, one of the robbers and murderers of the Schultz family, at Tamas, Mich., has confessed the crime, implicating as his associates William Reynolds and W. B. White, who are in jail. M4BKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Mosey Market. Nltw YORK. April 19. MONEY Market easy, 1(2, closing at )A per cent. PRIME PAPER 45J4 per cent. STERLING EXCHANGE Steady at demand, 4 89. $4 87; GOVERNMENT BONDS Quiet. RAILROAD BONDS Weak. r-STVTE SECURITIES Dull fraction higher for a majority of the active stocks. In the first fifteen minutes there was a further ad vance of Pe? cent, but from 10:15 until about Cincinnati Market. Cincinnati, April 19. WHEAT Market higher at 1 10. CORN Market irregular and higher; mixed, 57 53o. OATS Market higher at3636c. 1UKK. Market quiet at 17 25. LARD Market dull at 8 15. WHISKY' Market lower atl 15. HOGS Market steady; common and light, $4 60 5 75; packing and butchers, 5 406 15. Cklcajco I-Jve Stock. Chicago, April 19. The Drovers' Journal reports : HOGS Market brisk and firm; rough packing, So 505 85: packing and shipping, $5 966 15; light, $5 455 90; skips, $4 005 00. CATTLE Market slow and weak; exports, $6 25 (36 70: good to choice shipping steers, $5 806 10; common to medium, $5 25(5 75. SHEEP Market slow and we3k, all sold; infe rior to fair, $4 (f04 75; medium to good, $500( 5 50; choice to extra 95 606 00. St. Leals Stock Market. St. Louis. April 19. HOGS Market active and stronger; light, 95 40$ 550; packing, 5 405 80; heavy, 95 806 15. CATTLE Only local trade. SHEEP Market quiet and unchanged; inferior to fair. S3 5034 50; medium to good, 94 755 50; choice to extra, 85 606 00; Texans, 93 255 Ou. Hkbsm City lilve Steck'Market. Kakias Citt, April 19. The Live Stock Indicator reoerta : CATTLE Market steady; native steers averag ing 936 to 1365 pounds o!d at 95 00Q6 00; stock era and feeders, unchanged at 84 405 00; cows, un changed at 83 704 40. HOGS Market slow; lota averaging 280 to 286 pounds sold at 95 405 75; bulk of sales at 95 60 6 65. SHEEP -Market quiet and anchanged; native averaging 89 sold at 94 25, New York Wool Market. New Year, April 19. WOOL Market dull and in buyers' favor; do-, mestic fleece, 3246c; pulled, 1840c; unwashed 102Sc; Texas, 14&27c.